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NATIONAL CSKOCIUTIC TICKET
: 1 l; HAM TEL . TILDE. : .
J f S I f'Ktw TV.
" tor Vice-President,
' tnoxii A. nrsnmcK.
Th nobler motive of humanity concur
with tb material interests of all In requir
ing that every obstacle be removed to a
complete and durablo reconciliation be
tween klndrsd populations once iinnatur
ally e .tranced, on the basts recognized by
the St. Louts platform, of the "constitution
of the United States, with Its amendments
univeraally accepted as a final tettlement
of the controversies which engendered civil
war' But, in aid of a result so beneficicnt,
tbe moral Influence of every good citizen, as
well as every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their Just equality before the law, 'jut liVe
wlM to aetabJith a' eorilal fraternity and
good will anion; riteras, whatever there
race or color, who are now united in the
one destiny of a 'common self-government.
If the duty shall be assigned to me, I should
not foil to eiercUe the powers with which
the laws and the constitution of our coun
try clothe its chief msgl.trste, to protect all
it citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal right.
From Samuel J. Tilden'a letter of admit
tance. THE J0NESB0R0 CONVENTION.
Mr. John H. Oberly't Reasons
For Accepting the Nomination
far KrprnraUllv In the Thirtieth
Ventral Aeeraaljr, offered t Mini
hjr the Democrat ie Convention of
the rinielh senatorial Dlatrlrt. In
Meeatna at Jonenooro, Union Conn
tj, Thursday, AuiuilS, 176.
ISTBvDtCTORT AKD EXPUSA
On Thursday, August 3d, iut., a con
vention of the Deuiocratic party of the
Fiftieth senatorial district convened at
Jonesboro, Union county, and, afu-r a
turbulent session, nominated Col. Rob
ert K. Townes, of Union county, senator,
and Mr. John II. Oberly, of Alexander
county, and Hon. FountaineE. Albright,
ot Jackson county, for representatives in
the Thirtieth general assembly. Col.
Townes wag nominated first. Upon the
call of the roll of counties the balloting
beinjf In order with Col. Townes, of. Un
ion, and J. B. Mayhem, Esq., of Jackson,
before the convention soliciting its nomi
nation for the senatorship Alexander,
when called, voted, by Its chairman, in
accordance with a resolution of tho con
vention ; Jackson being then called, the
convention permitted the delegation of
that county, which had been instructed
to vote lor Mr. Mayhem, to ballot in
open convention, to ascertain whether it
would obey its instructions. The dele
gation, Having sixteen votes, voted thlr
teen of them for Mr. Mayhem and one of
them for Col. Townes. Two ot the dele
gates did not vote, either because they
were absent, or did not wish to
vote for either of the gentlemen who
were before the convention. When, the
result of this balloting in the Jackson
county delegation was announced, con
fusion ensued ; and at that time, twelve
ot the Jackson county, and a few of the
Uuion county delegation withdrew from
the convention. After this secession of
delegates, Messrs. Albright and Oberly
were nominated by the delegates remain
ing in the convention.
Since the convention, Mr. Oberly has
been solicited by many DemocraU to
not remain upon the ticket. Concluding
to take this advice, be has announced
his determination to not accept the noni
ination. lie believes that he should give
to his Democratic friends bis reason for
this act ; and, therefore, he invites their
attention to the communication published
below, which was addressed by him to
Col. Townes and Mr. Albright.
It will be observed, that Mr. Oberly
states that be has taken the step be has
in the iuterest of the Democratic party of
this district in the hope ot restoring har
mony to its ranks. If his advice should
be taken by Col. Townes and Mr. Al
bright, he Is confident that, through the
Instrumentality ot another convention,
all the matters of difference in the party
could be brushed aide. But he confesses
that he does not believe his advice will be
Mr. Oberly had, however, other reu
eons than those stated in his Townes-Al-brigbt
letter for declining the nomina
tion ; and he bogs leave here to state
Col. Townes was regularly nominated
by a full convention. U ulcus, therefore,
charges against him, ufiecUug hit honor
as a man and citizeu, can be made and
maintained, be ts entitled to uemocratic
support. But Messrs. Albright and
OWrly were not nominated by a full con
vention. They were nominated by the
fragment of the convention that worked
to an adjournment after the Jackson and
Union county delegates referred to above
had seceded. It is probable that, 11 the
Jacawmand Union county delegations
had been full, when the vote of nominees
for representative was taken, Mr. Al
bright would not have been nominated.
The majority of the Jackson county
delegation were opposed to him ; at least
a number of the Union county delega
tion would not have voted for him ; none
of the Alexander county delegation
would nave supported blin. Clearly,
tnereiore, lie it not the choice
ot the Democrats of the Fiftieth
district for representative. Mr. Oberly
was nominated by tho fragmentry con
vention that nominated Mr. Albright.
The demonstration U at band, that Mr.
Albright obtained his nomination be
cause the delegates of hU own county
were not in the convention became tt
DemocraU of the district were not fully
represented. Mr. Oberly. n bis part, may
believe that he would have been nomlnaU
ed bylttll convention; bat he does not
know this. If tho assertion should be
made, that ho would not have lx-en nom
inated It alt the delegates from Jackson
and Union hud been present tint he was
the nominee of a rump convention ho
could not, with proof ol the denial, deny
the assertion. He therefore believed that
both lie and Mr. Albright ought to with
draw from the ticket. Accordingly, he
withdrew, lie could not get his own
consent to rcmnln on tho ticket when
his right to remain on it could be even
If Mr. Albright should conclude to look
at the matter In this way, and should also
withdraw from the ticket, the difficulty
can be arranged, ff lie does not do so,
the future will tell the result of the re
fusal. He will go into the canvass with
a battle on his hands a battle In
which he will be required to fight, not
for his party, but tor the vindication ol
his own private character. This may he
as pure as snow ; but it lias been assailed
by reputable Democrats and by Demo
cratic papers, aud to elect him the
charges must lie met and disproved. It
may b possible to do this ; but at this
time the Democratic party cannot afford
to waste effort In defending the character
of ofllce-seekers. It must not stop to
become the champion of any man nt
whose door have been laid charges af
fecting his Integrity, if the charges have
come from sources that demand attention
and arc entitled t respect.
Concerning the candidacy of Col.
Townes, Mr. oberly has but little to say.
The charges against the colonel those
against him which affect his character
for honesty and integrity have come in
a questionable form, and may or may not
assume dangerous shape and proportions ;
but Mr. O. knows, of his ow n knowledge,
nothing ot these chaiges ; and therefore,
with him, until proof has been furnished
that will knocK the props from under the
good opinion lie entertains ot that gen
tleman, Col. Townes will be to him tiic
honest gentleman he has been for years.
About the other charges against Col.
Townes, Mr. O. is dumb, Yielding to
the current of goodfellowship, too many
of the best men float away from the
staid habits ol those who look not upon
the wine when It 19 red. But appetite
may be over come; and when a promise
has been given to put this tyrant under
foot, condemnation should not precede
the failure of that promise.
In view of what happened at the Jones
boro convention, and of what has been
said aud done hereabouts since that con
ventioii, Mr. O. has concluded to publish
Caibo, Illinois, Augusts, ls;u.
To Wm. II. Morris, Esq., Chairman Demo
cratic Committee Fiitieth Senatorial Din rict
of Illinois, Cairo, Ills, i
Dkar Sir : For reasons set lorth in a
communication addressed by me by Col.
Robert K. .Townes and Hon. F. E. Al
bright, dated to-day, acopy of which is
herewith inclosed, I respectfully decline
to accept the nomination tor representa
tive in the Thirtieth general assembly,
offered to me by the tiemoemUc conven
tion ot this senatorial district, held at
Jonoshoro, on Jd Inst. With thanks to
the Democrats ot the Fiftieth district for
the honor of the nomination, and with
the assurance that I have taken the
action of which this will notify them. In
the hope, If not the confident belief, that
it will furnish a way for the party of the
district out of the difficulties now sur
rounding it, I beg leave to subscribe my'
self, with great respect. Very truly
yours, Jcn.v II. Obkrly,
LETTER TO ( Of.. TOWNES AND MR.
Caibo. Illinois. AugiiBt s, l7i.
To Col. Robert R. Townes ami Hou. Kouutuine
E. Albright, nominees of tlie lute Jonesboro
Ifemocratic Convention of the Fiftieth Senato
rial District of Illinois t
Gentlemen : The incidents ot the
convention of the Democratic party of
this senatorial district, held at Jonesboro,
on Thursday last, 3d inst.. have, In my
opinion, made so inharmonious the con
stituency of the delegates to that conven
tiou as to render the success ot the ticket
nominated by It an uncertainty. Certain
gentlemen who are, iu my opinion, of
cool heads and good judgment, go far
ther than this and say, that the action ot
the convention, as expressed in Its ticket,
has not only created profound dissatis-
taction among the Democrats of tho dis
trict, but has also impeded, in some de
gree at least, the sentiment of approval
of the lately declared jKjlicies of tho
Democratic party, which sentiment has,
since the work of the St. Louis conven
tion was done, made such encouragingly
rapid progress among all classes of eiti.
tens ol Southern Illinois. To attempt to
place upon anybody's shoulders the re
sponsibility for the discord-creating inci
dents and action of that convention, is
not my purpose. I shall be satisfied
with the performance of the duty of call
ing to your attention the fact that the dis
satisfaction and discord to which 1 have
referred do actually eit, and ot request
ing you to make with me an unselfish ef
fort to exorcise them from the Demo
cratic party of the district, by doing that
which will restore to it the harmony and
unity of purpose that, until the meeting
of the Jonesboro convention, marked It
Those who are denouncing the action
of the convention say, that the Iemocrats
of the district not only did not desire the
nomination ol the gentlemen who are its
nominees, but were really particularly
anxious that they should be kept oft the
ticket. The reasons given by the dissat
isfied Democrats for this assertion 1 will
not state. It is enough for me to know
that such an assertion has been made,
not by one or two persons only, or bv
a few unworthy men delighting iu the
evil pastime of wagging elanderous
tongues, but by many Democrats ot un
doubted houesty and patriotism men
who are unselfishly laboring in the cause
of political reform, and whose Iu flue nee
is ol such weight la the community that
It caunot be safely Ignored. To assert
that these men are mistaken will not be
ancient, if they are In error about thla
matter, thef must be convinced of their
error or else acting upon It, they way
and probably will so conduct themselves
In the canvass as to defeat our ticket at
the polls, and thus make possible a He-
... . . . f it 1
publican majority in uie general nwm
bly, and lose to the Democratic party a
United States senator from Illinois. Do
you say tome: "We are not objection
able to the party, hut the men who arc
denouncing ns cannot bo convince! ot
this tact?" You are mistaken in this be
lief. There Is a way in which you may
convince vcry person whose attention is
oaili.il to the matter, that the Jonesboro
convention iriive expression to the wish
of the Democratic party of the district
when it nominated voti. if it be true in
deed that that convention did give ex
pression to that wish in your nomina
tion. This you niny do by retiring from
tho ticket. By doing so you would give
to the Democrats of the district nn op
portunity to meet in another convention
for the purpose of reviewing the action
of the one lately held at Jonesboro. The
events of that convention, and this patri
otic action on your part, would attract
the attention of all the DoiuocraU of the
district, who would not fail to have the
opinion ol the party about this whole
matter pronounced with an emphasis
that would render its meaning unmis-
takeabie. If the dissenters, who are now
so prouounced in assertion that the
Jonesboro convention misrepresented
Democratic sentiment in your nomina
tion, are mistaken, tho other convention.
which your withdrawal from the ticket
would render probable, would not fail to
reaffirm the action of that convention by
your re-nonnnation, and thus rebuke
your traduccrs. You assert that you
were nominated because a majority of the
iVmocrats ot the district desired
your nomination, believing you to be fit
men to carry the banner of reform to
victory. You therefore have every rea
son to believe that, in another conven
tion, you woidd be vindicated by being
renominated. Being worthy of Demo
cratic favor, the 1 mocratic party of
Jackson, Union and Alexander counties,
would not permit you to be sacrificed to
nppcase the clamor against you, unless the
clamorers could and should give to the
party the best of reasons for clamoring
I air play is a jewel. The Democratic
party of this district lias not thrown it
away. If therefore wrong is being done
to you by the Dissenters impolitely
called by some the Bolters the party
will surely, if you give it the opportuni
ty 1 have suggested, rise up and vindicate
you. 1 consequently now invite you to
procure a restoration ot harmony to the
Democratic party ot this district by seek
ing your vindication in the way I have
indicated; and that you may have the
inducement of my example before you
while you consider my suggestion. I Dro-
pose to take to myself tho advice I herein
tender to you. 1 will also retire from
the ticket. Before this has loen
you my withdrawal lrom the canvass will
have been notified to the Democratic cen
tral committee ol the district.
Iirthis connection I deem it proper to
say, that the nomination I received from
the Jonesboro convention I did not mwU
and that. If this movement shall result in
another convention, from it i ,ni .
ask re-nomination. The dissension that
is raising so great an uproar about us,
hss happily aimed at me none of its en
venomed shafts. I therefore need no
vindication, and may, without sacriticing
anything ot reputation or character, re
tire from the position of a candidate.
1 his I shall do with pleasure. I con
scnted to accept the nomination for repre
sentative, not because I expected to be
pleassd with the disagreeable wrangle
ot the canvass, or because I anticipated
pecuniary gain to be procured from the
position, but for tho reason that I be
iicvch, neing tea into this belief bv it
may be an unpardonable self-apprecia
tion, that I had the ability, which tho ex
perience I have had in tho general as
sembly would have enabled me to make
available, to do the state some service-
to do, as one of the representatives of
tins district, something effective in the
good work of political reform now being
inaugurated In the federal and state gov
ernments. By retiring from tho ticket
and taking my place in a private station,
which has been called not Improperly
the post of honor, I forego the arduous
and unprofitable pleasure of serving the
people in the general assembly. But I
shall not be inactive in the present earn
palgn. Out of this canvass much good
will flow. It will, I have no doubt, re
sult in releasing from the throat of our in
dustries the strangling fingers of the un
wise and crlineful financial policies ot the
Itepubllcan party ; and will also, I hope
and pray, drive from place the ravenous
cormorants of corruption, and lead the
people up to tho knowledge that it U
a high crime against tho republic to t ic
vute into any olllee. even thu loast im
portant, men whose characters are tar.
nished bv vice or blackened by crime.
i nut tne great cause ot political reform
may be strengthened in .Southern Illinois,
by securing harmony and Unity of pur
pose iu the Democratic party of this
portion of the state, I very earnestly
urge you act, and at once, upon thp smr.
gestions I have herein made.
Iu the hope that you will co-onpraro
with me iu this eflort to hold up the arms
of the Democracy iu this district, permit
me to subscribe myself, Very truly.
i our most olwdiojit servant,
John II. Oiii ui v .
COX. TOWXEWTO MR. OIIERLV.
Joxcebouo, IllinoIh, AugUht , ir.ti.
lluu. John II. Utterly:
Dkar Sir : I have just now hastily
read your letter of the 8th Inst Iu great
length is the cause of my not having
thoroughly digested it. I have just gotten
offof the train from Murphysboro. Will
write you more fully iu a day or two, but
will say, not that you have acted unwise
ly, but I thluk you have acted precipi
tately. I had Information that you were
contemplating thU thing but did not
think it would come In the form of a
speech, or that It would be laid before
the committee before a consultation was
had with the other nominees of the con
vention. I must say, It looks like die
taUon and the dictation of a minority.
IlowVver, I will, In this case n In all
others politically, ,bo cll-eacriilcing, as
It la no douht the desire I should be, and
carelully dljrcut your letter or speech
and give you my views at length, in a
few days nt 'art best. Very respectfully
Your obedient servnnt,
It. It. TnwNRs.
MR. OIIERf.Y TO Ol,. TOWN EH.
Cairo, III., Aug. 9, 1h;o.
Col. R. R Tovnc", -loncatioro, 111. i
Dear Sm: Yours of this date this
moment received. Your sarcastic allu
sion to my communication of the Xlh,
addressed to you and Mr. Albright, does
me the lnustlce of ascribing to me a de
sire to dictate to you. I had no inten
tion to dictate. I gave to you my
opinion, and yon arc nt liberty to take
it for what it Is worth. I had the right
to retire from the ticket. I did so.
With me be tho consequences of
that act. Von have the right
to remain on the ticket. You
will, I have no doubt, do so. I assure
you that I doire no controversy with
you or Mr. AUirk-ht ; but I am ready to
defend my action against all comer. If
I admit, what is not apparent to me, that
you have been very sclt-saerihVing in poll
t.cs, I havo not been less fo. Since my
youth I have labored for the Democratic
party, aud have worked for it here in
Southern Illinois twelve years. I have
received as recompense the hostility and
opposition of most of the gentlemen who
control the party iu this part of the statet
and who strut in their little greatness he
roes of a small circle in which admiration
is not yoked with sound judgment. I
have always stood back ; aud now, nt
the request of not a few citi
zensthe best ol Democrats, whose
names I have upon paper
and because my judgment runs parallel
with their impulses In this matter. I step
down, and out of the Jonesboro ticket
In doing this, hoping by the act to re
store harmony to the parly, I act, 1 know,
unlike a sagacious politician. I win by
the act, the delicate applause the rose-
leaf approbation ot the namby-pain
hies of politics, whose support is at once
a gratification and a burden. 1 at the
same time secure by it the malevolent
hostility of a much more influential le
causc more active class of citizens the
gentlemen who labor in the cause of
their man w ith vim, tongue and muscle,
who get up and sit down on members of
the party that refuse to walk to the line
they chalk for them. All right. 1
am sowewhat philosophical. 1 therefore
agree with you that I have been precipi
tale that 1 have made a mistake. But
I feel that 1 have exalted myself person
ally by thus ruining myself politically.
1 go down, Colonel ; good. Colonel,
will you go up? Do; and believe me
John II. Ohkki.v.
The Chicago Tribune says that inlla
tiong once resorted to. produce a regular
series of speculation, rise in prices, pan
ics, fall in prices, accumulation of capi
tal, and (hen a recurrence of the same
series from f peculation to another break'
down. Thi 1- -" uiiot-t tho
soundest monetary system, credit being a
part of the business habits of the people
the same troubles arise. I'nder every
convertible system, and oftener even
than under any inconvertible system
the experience lias been, confidence,
then speculation resulting in a rise of
prices; overproduction; unwise invest
menls ; loss of confidence, resulting in
panic and tall in prices. Inflation in the
John Law sense Is a very great tvii ; but
contraction that cripples and crushes the
industries of the people is not less of an
Mr. Hallktt Kii.roi iink, the gentle
man who was Imprisoned by the l ouse
of congress as a contumacious wit ness,
aad while lu prison nearly eat tho
government out of "house and home,"
has sued Speaker Kerr, Scrgeant-at-Arms
Thompson, and the members of the real
estate pool committee for false imprison,
ment. lie claims damages to the
amount of one hundred and lilty
thousand dollars. The modesty of Kil
bouruc will Always restrain him. Dam
aged f Why, he was fattened nnd made
famous by belngjailed.
Tiik general w ho is in the procidentia
chair and doesn't w ant to get out, has re
ceived a letter from the general who is
out and wants to get in. There is great
curiosity extant to know what was in
the letter. It is supposed that Mr.
Hayes warned President Grant that a too
free use of tho pardoning power In the
case of the w hisky ring convicts would
not help the Hayes and Wheeler canvass.
Tub Hon. George W, Julian, promi
nent as one of the leading Republicans of
Indiana, is an enthusiastic supporter of
Tiideu and Hendricks.
Tin: Keputilieans of the Seventh Mas
sachusetts district have nominated Ren
Butler for congress, and be lias aewpted.
Thk killing of Hanford by Sullivan in
Chicago has created deep feeling- in that
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" $600 a moii Hi wiling our letter-copying
bonk Any one Dial litis a letter to write will
buy it. .So inei" or water ucl. Semi Htamp
l..r i ll.ul.u. K. H.Moll CO.. I. llibmie
lliiililing I liicugo III.
1 1 yon m tit relinlile information, where and how
lo get a i In up Farm or iroverniiieut Home
atead free rend your (l-l'ln-s to H. .1, eel
MnKK, I. ami I i.uiinif -i.mi r . Ijovrence Hun "its
an-l n-ceie gratin a copy of The Kanatta Va
ee Fanev Carda with name. '! eenlt.
u wins. A. 'I lt.WI.lt A CO.. North hal-
kuni , N . Y .
But liefore going eUewbere to do so, send for
circular ol N . YV. Telegranh Institute, .lum-i-
ville, Wi-Mviimin. Pecomeu-leil by huiit. of
Wa.itcrn Cnii.n Telegraph Co., us the only re
liable nchool iu the VI ext.
THE NEW YORK
procures PKNSIOS.NS for OftVers and Soldiers
wouiileit,iniiireil or ruptoreil, howeter nliglitly ;
obtain on iiicreane of ol'l rate ; rolled arrears
of pav end bounty, etc. .No charge unlex suc
ceaeliil. I.etler4 promptly anwercl by ad-uri-iMiig
J. II. SCIlol.l., Attorney at Law, '!
halnter .Mreet, New Yolk City, care P. O.
Ux i.'- A.
"-li-brMeii rnr Its Pnrtty, Ktresittlt-Bnd Flavor
iVarrsiited to Keep I'irklea. We tiaarantee It It
lx entirely fre from Sulph urir And or other delefri
iaiituncr. ith which Afo I'lnnnr la adulterated
Kor HAletijrallOroceni. I-argwt Vinegar Works lo tin
W orld. aluo. Is4. K. U HKL'hSINQ A CO., Chicago
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A r-attiT ?1tvtM ! tvralt qualiflM akj ibA tin
mW aaOMf i, t fell VTmVU Will .W
gjgj!tf tar "s&ESLv1SI:
Spermatorrhea and Impotency,
mi in rm 01 ariratH.se in tmuib, twituM ro
l urer fear (r other an-v ftl in-luiinf mmt t law fai-
h wiatt fl; t a Krttui5H, (?jetM f nai.4. i,rttt ful-
4ofi. iir Jrrfja. U. otiRtet, (irlnlitt? tteMr. hi-
tf ftl U-s'leT, funilswlOO tW, AVvfkMtb rV'l'Hl rf 1 Mil-,
( Dfui0 f I44, hClua I ff'Wr, ek., M ierit,tj
nurntfr tMroiT nr nidnwii , mi tsbotvucLlf u4 nsi
nfOll" rurwl, SYPHILIS iw'-y B-
i'rJ "-- --- Gonorrhea,
liLLtr. hrr.:tur. Knii.lia, Hernia, tc H-Uf7,,
I'll. au i -;f r rn at? -Ii -r-e cjut H rurol.
ll I vlf Ulful tlial a 4 ifu ) iit epss ial atlrfitt'B
u a amain viatt of -ii. . an l trr-aiiba iiu-kbla as.iw
tiiy. ai-'julrtxi rei .km. iclan- ki..ii,i iMi rVi .roit
r omturtifl pe-raiNDt U K urr. II I li o tjru l
IL i tif ftr .rearm, nl, isMt in let m-lu ytUmUiy
aii -J mWf by ana 1 1 or ft,iria aiiflir.
Care Guaranteed in all Cae
' "inuiniiohi ifria-.naHf; i,r If Wttr fr-t aii4 (otttd.
OfJisO (.afa, ant to ant mAdnt mirwlT; aail, r irtr
) rriita. hleoiil-l L- fi'i it ail. Ajltra a a !-?.
OOkM ttbura ff4s. k A- M. tj f. M. tut.4aj, f m p. M.
tl nitMtrfW) work T$
Mjcea, ft anvaHA tuiiM4i
Ui til Ua4Vmi mUMi BleVf
Of tie SaiKUaJ flTMrfl), lift tUaftft,
Ma., UUM diaruveri. to thm
tew iter of rpitlurtiwti mw lo
h truly iiapfy it uit ismri rviftbub. Mala a4 lWrnaji
unit tuu uiiuuisj ia ftnuwaa wmm via ntimn n i m
n ail on iriv uf triestirm-ru nMaHurtirU in hTa vurk i. iiliial
ir. A. a, OUM, 14 Ss Mlufmi,lut&ur
Man tmx itu uir l i J uU r aU
- irum in- hi a an ma m.
MflUffl V1IVIM uutaitivrthficj ki.uv c
V L'l 1 U LBIIV Sj'urlihip. Mam.,
UJjUltlj 1 Ol rrv.;:
a" Una or mam. hunarrtl. of valuable feeeiMi,
lie lliuuld aiarn .11.. .u:m-.l,iiu nl. i. marriavheir !.
,..J."U."i" .'' rf""n mi.y i.l.in,nf Ih.r
'""i yniitin.,and niran. b rnr. ; u i. ll,.uiil Valir
rientini- ai.ik uSilif kind i v.r puWt.hrd, aini u cumulwa
pnrr? r.i, I. ti.nl wmiM-lv ,rnd ui, rr.eir.l ,.( Ml rtZ
No. 1N :iKBlha
ST. LOI IW. Mts.
Chrou lo Llmaaiteaiil Ii
rirtiH-rirni-c In trcatiu.nl ol Bexual aoa
Ur.HITTV m arrlatre Unldr.
A PhyaiologioaJ Viaw crMarrie
air ttiauiafiii-d airfi ili c.iituiiaituit
aiMiiaea, uu Uiv ni) rt rira m m.nJu. .
-hm ii. art-m in nmuiii'i ol ynulA,
uanlioud aul vniiiaiiluxxl An iltglrall ho.,k iiiIjhlm
i-.r pnim. iliii,liii-k.iioiiluktwuili-riuikai.i
kt-y. N' nt un! t : l.r Ui eta.
A PH1V Al'B M EDICAL TBKATI8E on ail diaraar
oral-rivals Nature in .. tin-abua and li.i
or.lri.lili ual .yatrm, and IhaiiipauauUure.iiCBaiir
w itn niravniK.. .nt uud. raeal dirtlru.
MEDlC'Ati ADVICK un hViuaiand ( hrouir lliM-aara,
R' iiiutat W I'uk im ... Calarrh. 'aui-.r, Huplui.. Ih I ibiuut
llul.it, ., a..imi- c.ik arulundrr a.al lur III (.. All
three honka ihhuiIiiiiiii 490par.aan.Kvnyihni wunrt
kiKia urn uu Hie .ul.j.t, aent aecureiy aeaied on re-
u"J,Sif 20tCi.A'.,'1"' P'-Butts' Dispensary,
No.12 N. 8th st., St. Louis, Mo. IfcitauiuualT M.j .
N Irevie, t til.
CharU-reil by the
State of Illinois
for the expreaa
ptiqiorie ol flving
liiiiiiedmlo rt li, 1
u all ce( of private, chronic, and urinary li
seaw in all their coinpliivtetl form. It U well
known that Dr. Jauie hiut aliMel at tile head of
the profea.sioa for the mt 3u years. Ace and
ekierieuceareall-iiiiiMirtiit. Meiulual V-al.
, nielli loatie by ilreain. pimple on the
face, lost manhood, can positively be cuieenl
IJi'lie waiitniK Hie moat delicate utteution. vail
or write-, ricusunt lioniu for patient. A IxMik
for the million. Mnrriuee Guide, which telia
you all about Uiehediaeaac who should uuurrr
uv uoi ii cent to pay postage. Ir. J nine
ha ) looiii. and iiarlor. You tee no one but
the doclur oilice hour, u a.m. to 1 p.m. Sun
days, lo to 11. AU buaintas strictly eoandea
E. N. FRESHMAN & BEOS.,
ISO W. fourth St, CItCCtmTL 0.,
Are aatborlaed to eontraot tot adTertia-
lag in (Dia
XitlBaUi fur&ith b: Uui for Circular
WIM. lil l'KK
la all Their iH-paiiiiifnlf
Oommenclna; Kay 1st. 1879.
Rich Black Silks
1 lie Moot C elebrated Lyon fioim,
At l Hit Hnlucnl from !,
At I AO ItediKed I mill ! ?,
. At ai 7 IteH.ioed from a
At a Nt lte.u.e. from 'i IW,
M Cchrcd Iwj .ilk.
At Oc fle-lweil from a I la,
i rromai la,
-d Iroaa l ...
i-d fpm f I ao,
l from 81 sU.
At I KxliMvd Inin
At a I aa Hcdueed
At a I 50 Iti.liu-cl
mm K07ELTXSS IK mn COCIS
la Camel' Hair, Cheviots, and Hamaaneea, lie
lined to 7'., wi, i cent $1, fn.iu flit'-,
I :), $1 ;". end f I (.
Popular Dress Goods
In New aud Kat-liionable Katirica and olora, ol
12c Reduced from I He;
I He Itnluced from .V;
'ic Reduced from XOc;
tl.lc lteilucrd from 7r;
SUc, Fonuer price 5rc lo Mr.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At $ aiwi and tw, roriasrly Hold at tl"",
Blade aai Scarlet Stella Suvls
AI It, V, and f w-
UultMxd from -iO, w and 8 .
LLAVA, OTTOKAIfl SBITLAK8 S21WLS
At ,1 a", to''- KiJu.e.1 iron, i to
Ladles' and Misses' Suits,
The Latest faria Styles from tin I'pwanl. uu.
brarina- the choicest novelties i -
KNOKMOI'9 KKUI CTIUXS.
Ladiea and Childrena UnJorwoar
An linmene Stock of Moat UeautilXil aud
All at Very Great deduction.
I.ailit m', ( hil Ji en', kiul Ueiitlftneii'
1 he Ile-t KiiKlih. French and Cerinan trued,
All Murkeo. atLowei.t Hooxible I'rice.
Are tlioroiiklily Hocked Willi the l,et
Kood.s, at the lowest package prlci-H. Hcau
tiful American print at 6c. and tk per
yard -, btandard 4 4 bleucbed good at lilt-;
IxirikdalH hliirtiDKH ut loc; $ew Vork
Millx, me.; and ,'i-4 sbeeting at l'Jf.
TABLE AND OTSU LINENS
lu all the Various Grades, atj.liargului.
(Which we keep at the Grand Htreet etof
only), we are ottering Knglisn aud Auirl'
can tapestries at 81, former price 1 t&
body UruHsels at 1 !0, lormer price $1 W,
all-wool Ingrain at 70c., former price, l0c.;
three uiv intrraina at l Jt6. lormer price.
81 DO; oil-cloths at WW- to ! former
prices, 60c. to 87c.
Sample of goods, and catalogues of la
dies' and intsae' suit and ntuelia under,
wear, and infant' outAls, gent Ire of chai.e
to all sections of tne I'nlted States.
ltule tor aelf-nieaiuireineat seat on sppli.
cat'on to all parts ot the country.
Order for ifood of all kinds will b rare.
fully attended to, and the good packed
and lorwaruea without charge, Jaua-wiin,
Broadway and Twentieth Strset.
Grand and Christie Sta., N.Y.