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Read In Mals Erry Pa.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
HAMrr.l. t. Tii.nrx,
of Nr To.
TIIOKA A. linnHK I.'.
Wbllc much my he eomUhvl l.y
tbe methods, It might mcoursjre deltHivc
spectatioii If ! withhold here the e-jue -aioo
of my convi. tfon tht no reform of the
civil jrvl?e in this cmntry will ha com
plete and perraanerit until ill cliiel magis
trate is conatltutlcnally dis-iUnlilled lor re
election; experience having repeat idly
exposed the futility of t-elf-inipomd retdrie
tlons hy candidates or incuiiilitntH.
Through this solemnity only can he he il
fectiifilly delivered from hi great st tenip'a
tion to id iiim the power and patronage
wiih wbici tho Executive U necessarily
charged. Prom Samuel J. Tlldeii'sliUT
The nobler motives of humanity concur
with the ruteria Interests of all in requir
lng that every olmtao'o be removed to a
complete and durable reconciliation lie
tween klndrjd populations once unnatur
ally estranged, on the baais reeogiiized by
the St. Lou's platform, of ths "con-titution
of the United States, with its amendments
universally accepted as a final settlement
of the controvcrs es which engendered civil
war." But, in aid of a result so beni-llrient,
the moral influence of ever good citizen, as
well as every governmental authority,
ouebtto be exerted, not alone to maintain
their just equaldy before the law, 'mt like
wise to establtia a coriUl fraternity and
good wi;l among cit rens. whatever there
race or color, wh" are now united In the
one destiny of a common self-government.
If the duty shall be ast-igued to mc, I tdimild
not f ill to eterche ihe powers with which
the laws and tbe constitution of our coun
try clothe its chief inagUlrate, to protect all
its citizens, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal right.
From Samuel J. Tilden's letter of accep.
The real ami presonal property of Al
exander county is valued for the purposes
of taxation for the year 1876, at about
$2,600,000, wb'di U $500,000 less than
the valuation of 1S75. The reductions
were made, in the main, upon Cairo town
lots, especially upon those lots that are
unimproved, and consequently, un
productive. A Tii.PK.v and Hendricks club was or
ganized in Anna, Union county, a few
lays 820, that promises to become an cl
ement of power in the pending election.
Col. Townes delivered an address upon
the occasion, which, according to the
published proceedings, was "a happy ef
fort that was loudly applauded." The
Anna Democrats are In for the Hlit, and
For the second time Col. Wiley ha
assured the Republicans of Cairo that "at
some future time he will meet them and
discuss more iully the issues that di
vide the political parties ot this glorious
country." In tesponse to this last prom
ise an impatient colored brother was
beard to exclaim : "You cussed old dun
derhead; you can't discuss nothing."
A pity this, and a shame.
Orth, the Republican nominee for
Governor of Indinaua, was compelled to
step down and out. because of a belief In
bis inability to carry through tho canvass
las great load of Venezeulan iniquities.
Finale-burg, the Republican nominee
tor Governor of Missouri, having a little
reputation which be desires to preserve,
respectfully declines the intended honor.
And so it goes. The Republican masses
who are honest, decline to support dis
honest candidates ; and honest Republi
cans refuse to become candidates.
It should not be forgotten that,
luoral view ot the ease, Secretary
knap stands before the country, a
victed criminal. Of the sixty-ttvtn
aiors ho participated in the conclusion
of the ca.e, only t-ix held hint absolutely
innocent. Thirty voted for his acquittal,
not because they believed him innocent;
but becu they held that the senate had
no jurisdiction in the rase. But tor this
question ot Jurisdiction, the vote wojld
Lave stood, guilty, sixty-one; innocent,
six. And thus late KeouUican secrctary
of war got forth in the world under
a load of guilt of Lith public opinion
will never rtlive Liu.
The people of the North riht thing
big men of all parties owe It to them
selves and to tbe country, to lb cause of
justice and right, to assemble together
in every city, town aud precinct, and de
nounce in befitting terms, the intamous
"Bayonet Order' ot President Grant,
promulgated on. Thursday last. If such
acts are permitted to pass unrebuked, it
will Dot be long until rebuke w ill not be
tolerated. Let us, now, by speaking out,
In tones ot indignant remonstrance, as
sure President Grant and tlte work! be
sides, that w e are not unmindl ul of the lib
erties bequeathed to us, and wilt oppose,
at we lawfully may, any aud every step
toward a military despotism.
As.tR-sc-. reach us from Jackou
county that the Republican element of
that county will light to the last, any and
every effort, originate where it may, to
drive or persuade Col. Wiley from bis
place on the Republican ticket. He is
there, say bis Jackson county lrlends,
and there be shall stay, until the battle Is
fought to a conclusion. Our Republican
friends w ill, of course, do as they pUa.se
la the premises ; but to "keep him there
is to invoke defeat, disastrous and over
whelming. To displace him is to exas
perate bis friends and to render a bad
case but little better. The party in this
district has an elephant on its bauds, and
by running tbe animal off, they would
only make room for another.
THE II 4WIII SUi RIOT.
Uov. Chamberlain, ol South Carolina,
alter the riot at Hamburg, In hi state,
appealed to President t J rant for help to
arrest "the perpetrator of the foul devil.
The president replied, denouncing the
white people ol the south as murderers.
Tho while men who, were concerned In
the riot nil surrendered themselves, and
thus spiked one ol Ihe guns of the bloody,
shirt party. On Ihe 10th Inst., the while
men Gen. M. C Buller and the others
hiid a preliminary trial lx-fore Judge
Maher's court at Aiken, S. C. The mlge
is a Republican ot the strictest sect.
Prince Rivers, the negro justice at
Hamburg testified that Doe. Adams"
negro company was not a regularly or
ganized mililhi company, and that he
(Rivers.) hud ordered them to give up
From the testimony given on the trial
we select the following, mid ask careful
attention to it.
"John l.ee, colored, brother of Annuel
J. Ice, living near Hamburg, states in
his affidavit that in June lat be was re
quested by Doc. Adams to Join his com
pany, and that Doc. Adams said to him
that the company w as organized to kill
the whites, lie also afllrtned that on the
otli of July he saw Louis Schiller take the
train for Columbia, ami on the next
morning he saw Schiller return to Ham
burg with a large tin can. A number c(
Doe. Adams' company were waiting at
the depot ; three of the number took the
can and sent it to John Williams' house.
Judge Blunt, one ol the three who took
the can. upon being questioned, said that
it contained cartridges. The deponent
said further, that, since the riot, Tom
Carroll, one of the company, told him
that belore 4 o'clock of the day ot tbe
riot all the ammunition, measuring fif
teen quarts of catrldges, had been car
ried up to the armory and distributed
among the men by Doc. Adams and
"Frank Taylor, colored, aflirmed that
in June lat he was asked by Attaway
to join his company and on asking w hat
the company was lor, Attaway said to
kill out the u-hitts.
" Edward Rumley affirmed that previ
ous to the riot lie observed on different
occasions armed bands ol negroes pa
troling in and out of Hamburg. That
they committed all kinds of depredations,
stole cattle and destroyed fences, and
also that alter the fight and pending the
inquest Charles Turner, the foreman of
the Jury, told him that they were going
to put the white men in Jail and keep
them there until after the election.
"Jerry Whitlock, colored, nfilrmcd
that on the Fourth ol July be heard At
taway make threatening remarks against
Henry Getsen, who was riding by, and
that, pending the inquest, he heard Tur
ner, the foreman of the jury, say that
they bad got the white men where they
wanted. They would put them in jail
and keep them there until after the
" George Henderson, colored, affirmed
that on the Fourth of July be and Jerry
Mcrriwether, also colored, were asked in
Hamburg by Attaway to join a company
he was getting up to kill out the whites.
Neither himself nor Jerry Mcrriwether
"Jerry Mcrriwether, colored, corrobo
rated the statement made by Henderson.
"Aaron F. Tyler affirmed that on the
Cth of July Adams' company bud passed
bis house in Hamburg aud scraped their
bayonets on bis fence; he remonstrated
with them and they cursed and threatened
him. A day or two subsequent a por
tion of the same company, armed,
stopped him while he was going home
from Augusta. He asked what right
they had to stop him, and they replied
that no matter what right they had they
would do as they pleased; threatening
and cursing him.
"Win. F. Flint, the watchman on the
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta rail
road bridge, affirms that on the morning
of the 8th John Thomas, one of Adams'
company, passed him on the bridge with
a large pistol In bis hand. That be said
that Adams bad been arrested, but the
boys were not going to allow him to bo
trieJ. The deponent further overheard
Ioc. Adams that afternoon give orders
to bis men in the armory to fire upon the
Butlers as they came round the corner
from Priuce Rivers' office. The Butlers
did not. however, come that way. Hear
ing these things, by warned several jH-r-sons,
among whom wa Mr. Frank
Kramer, that a difficulty was brewing.
George Krutn r affirmed that be bud
been frequently halted and Insulted ami
threatened by armed negroes in the
streets of Hamburg at night, these
negots haling no authority to perpetrate
si ten outrages.
Frank Kramer confirmed the testi
mony ot his brother, George Kramer,
and also the testimony of Wm. K. Flint.-'
Here are abundant preparations made
by the 'docile and icrsccuted" negroes
for blood-bed. Let m see who were the
Affidavits were submitted from W. P.
Johnson. W. P. Kog. r, .1. B. M. Kinney,
George Dunn, John Sullivan, Wm. Coo.
ney. Wm. Allen, C. K. Coffin. Robert
Virgil, H. II. Blis, Walter Mathney. J.
C. Jviikpatrick. h. R. Cunningham, Jxo-
pold Meyers and R. W. Habersham,
showing that the hostilities aud the firing
were commenced by the negroes from
the armory, and that young Mr. Mersi
wether had been killed by the negroes
before the whites fired a shot.
Affidavits from R.J. Butler, (has. V.
Warnburger, Miua and Eda IJi.feld. B.
Llpleld, D. Llpfeld, John Shaw, W. W.
woouwara, it. j., M.C.and J. T. But
ler, J as. Smith, Stephen Ashton. M. A.
Ransom, E. E. Jeflersou, R. a. Chafee
and J. W.Huckabee, proving alibis In
the cases ol all those charged specifically
with the crime of murder, and most ol
those charged with being aiders and
Tnlr Viol,... .,..!! .t .....
v.v .u.i miu mm wnue he sup.
posed tbe attorney -general bad reference
to the gravity of the crime charged, but
It a man was to be balled at all it must be
of course w ithin bis means. The ople
oi mis state, wnue aud colored, are very
poor, and tbe evidence being doubtful,
too, aud more than doubtlul In respect to
some ot the prisoners, and 1 think it
would he unreasonable t6 expect such
heavy bail. 1 think one thousand dol
lars each should be enough, and I fix It,
then-fore, at that amount. Now I desire
to say one word more before we part.' Yoii
have submitted yourselves to tho trial
of but one question, and that is, w hethcr
you are entitled to bail. You have not
decided your guilt or innocence, aud what
I desire Is, that you w 111 make no tri
umph of the matter, but give your ball
and go quietly to your home3.
Gen. Butler nswred the judge that
his request would be strictly obeyed. He
knew the men well enough to say that
they looked upon the matter as no tri
umph, and that they would give bail nil J
go quietly home.
The prisoners then each entered Into a
$1,000 bond to answer at the next term
ot the court such charges as tho grand
jury might prefer against them. Every
thing passed oil quietly and peaceably,
and the men, with a considerable degree
ol decorum and dignity dispersed toward
Concerning Gen. Butler, who has lieen
denounced as a murderous brute, Judge
T. J. Mackay, one of the most prominent
Republicans of South Carolina, said, at
a Hayes and Wheeler ratification meet
ing August 2J, at Rock Hill. S. C
"I cannot concur with the speaker who
has addret-sed you in denouncing Geuer
al M. C. Bu'ler as the author, or In any
degree the promoter, of that great crime.
I have considered all the evidence thus
far disclosed upon the subject; I have
conversed with Republicans of both
races who were in or near Hamburg at
the time of the massacre, and while they
all believe that General Butler was one of
the guilty parties to that deed of blood,
such belief on their part is not supported
by any testimony which would not be
instantly consumed to ashes under the
rays ol judicial test."
As to the parties who are alleged to
have shot several negroes af tor the com
pany had surrendered, says the Courier
Journal, none are more desirous that they
shall be brought to justice than Ihe
Democratic citizens of South Carolina.
The shooting of these men was certainly
quite as law less an act as the killing of
theThielburg brothers at Newark, N. J.,
not long ago. without due process of
law. That act was commended by the
New York Tnbune.
ALTiiotiiii the killing of Handford.
the Chicago school teacher, by Mr. Sulli
van, clerk of the board of water works,
finds no justification in the minds of
right thinking men, there are connected
with the case, many and strong pallia
ting circumstances. Handford wrote an
anouymous letter, preferring serious aud
damaging charges against Mrs. Sullivan
as leader ol the "school board ring;"
and then not only did not sign the letter,
(which he caused to be read before the
city council) but exacted from the alder
man to whose hands he consigned it, a
distinct pledge " not to betray him " by
revealing bis responsibility in the premi
ses. The husband, Sullivau, ascertained
the name ot the cowardly detainer of his
wife's good name, and, with a rashness
no good man can applaud, killed him.
Deal as the law may, with homicides
of this character, the public will
stubbornly insist that there is altogether
too much ot the anouymous calumny in
which Hanford indulged ; and if no
other lesson Is learned from his death,
cowardly slanderers will learn that they
cannot always wag their envenomed
tongues with perfect safety. Hanford's
defamation ot a good woman's character
did not justify Sullivan's precipitancy;
but it w ill teach defamers of personal
reputation that it may be better for them
to pause and consider w hether they are
ready and willing to be held responsible,
in their persons and and property, for
the slanders they create. A reckoning
comes, sooner or later; aud whatever
may be the result, the public will feel but
little sympathy for the slanderer.
Tin: Republicans of the Springfield
district have nominated D. I.. Phillips,
Esq., ot the Ikiily Juiirnal, as their can
didate for congress. It argues nothing
against Phillips that, in arly times, he
was numbered among the Bapli.-d preach
ers of Southern Illinois; aud it argues
nothing In favor of his sincerity as an
expounder ot " the word " that he drifted
from the pulpit into the muddiest pool
of the most obnoxious politics. He is n
man of fair ability couldn't close bis
eyes, although he closed his mouth, when
brought in view ol California frauds upon
the revenue ; and for that ami other rea
sons will bean acceptable candidate to
the average Republican of the Springfield
disirict. The result of the voting in No
vember next w ill authorize the following
announcement : Sprinircr's majority
over I'hillips, in the Springlleld district,
Tin: Iciii(M ratie laity In given tolilun
iUts and pn i lpitoiiH action. For in
stance, had tho ariy waited lor jiropoM-
tion from the ciiuiinaiidi r ol the "Cairo
YiiidicHtorx,'' wc inl;ht have avoided a
contest in this dintrict, hy imily norni
nutini; lr tho It'j(Ulature four Logan
Deinoeratw. To send up lour J.ojjun
representative from a district over
whelmingly H 'lnocrutic U Mich a email
thini', and would have been no gratifying
to the other fide, that the iK-mocney
will scarcely ever 1 able to forgive itself
lor not walling for the overture. A
matters now atand, a conii.rouiie on
four Logan representatives is out of the
Tiu: Anna I'nion Is, avowedly, an in
depeudeut newspaper. The editor
boasts that no party Miacklca bind him ;
but, singularly enough, he gives a zeal,
ous support to every Republican candi
date in the held, from the obsequious
JIayeto the weak and "shaky" Wiley,
lie permits no occasion to pass to stab
the personal and political characters of
the Lviuocratic nominees, or to put in a
good word for their opponents and be
calls Mu "Independence." Go on.old
iellow, you think there is no day if
Tun colored ieoplc Of Cairo wish It un
derstood that they do hold themselves re
sponsible for the drunken ravings of Jim
Orange.' It might be wrong to hold
them responsible ; but when we reflect
that bloody riots sometimes owe their
origin to dog fights, wc fi-el disposed to
Insist that Orange's mouth ought to be
"Bli k Jkans Williams," the Uooslcr
nominee of tho Democracy for governor,
U creating much enthusiasm wherever he
goes, lie Is the Lincoln of Indiana lc
loved' of the fieople, ami honest as the
day is long. Democratic Journals pre
dict that he will beat Ben. Harrison
twenty thousand votes.
THE DYING SPEAKER.
Ilia Death Mitmrnlftrlly
Arrival of SrieniU to
K pencil -l'iy
Last Mad I rlliHlr
Roc Halfwit:, Alum Springs, Va.,
Aug., 18. Mr. Kerr suffered the mot
Intense agony up to midnight lat night,
but thereafter rested more comfortably.
His death Is now only a question of time,
and that a short one. His mind is still
clear and active, his will as firm and reso
lute as ever. Hon. S. 8. Cox aud wife
have just arrived to pay their last tribute
to the dying speaker. He converses
with thoin as freely ns his fast failing
strength will allow. Hon. Montgomery
Blair has bad to-day q iite a lengthy con
versation with Mr. Kerr.
Dr. Pope ?ays he cannot last much
The speaker Is surrounded by bis
friends, who are momentarily expecting
his death. This morning be dictated a
dispatch to his law partner at New Al
bany, In which, after telling of bis in
tense pain, he says : "The end of it all
is near at hand. I w ish it could be pain
less, but I fear not. Wheu tbo news
comes to you at home bear it bravely and
resignedly, for I will. My heart still
turns to you with the warmest love."
M. J. HOWLEY,
Real Estate i:l House Agent.
Office in Bross' Building.
T3efrsliv t)finiUinn to A. B
I Vi-r City National llunk, anil Hon,
liviilmt AlexumU-r bounty Hank.
Auk- 1U ii'
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Bank Building, np-iUiri .
7h Oldaat Established Agency In Sout
arn Illinois, representing ovr
.65 OOO 000
Blake & Co.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealers In ,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wail Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
alwaya on band, the crlebrateil llluoiinatica'
Corner Eleventh Street and
Ia;f jm ti a 4'1
Lincoln Butter Powder
Owed rrvili Butter all tae IT ear Kiiub
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln Hiitt.r Powder U an entirely
liurinlokt artirlu made irom a rek-brated
Kui'lixti rei'ine, and now iu -daily use hy
many of the most limed farmers in the
butter counties uroubd I'hlUvlelputa.
la hot wiati,fr thL Powder makes butter
much lirmer and sweeter than 11 usually in,
and keep it iroiu turning rancid. It also
remove the ntronjr. flavor of turnips, garlic,
weed, i iru .talks, cotton seed, etc.; and
the increuM-d yield of butter much more
iuuii pa nit- inning expeuse ui using u.
31 enta Per Parkaae.
Wiiki.i.alb Dfc-POT : HX; Market St.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Wasnins-toa and Commercial
Avenue, adjoining Hanny'a.
KEfcrS f,,r sals the Ussl Beef, ferk, Mutloa
Yaal, 1au.Ii, beuaafe, and is Die
ire4 k rv lauiilUa is aa aooeptabl nw i
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57 Ohio Lnveo.
BOX and BASKET CO
- Dealer 111
All ktmla (tiar.l nti.l soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &c
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Ali. I liul r in
Na. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
CJI'KC'I AL atdntioi given t.jror.viiiiiciiln an I
No SO Ohio Levee,
T C tf.
SIXTH STREET, Between OIIIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures ais own Horse Shoes and
can Assure Good Work.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and HeUil Healers in
Foreign and Domestic
WI.M.S OF Al l. UIi)M,
No. 60 Ohio Lcvoc,
MESSRS. SMYTH A CO. have consUnily
Utrite stork ol the lx-nt food- in liu- nmr-
ki-t, aud irive.HjM:ial utu iuiou tolhu l.ulial
much of th tniHiiM'H .
ICE ! ICE!!
JAMES P. SMITH &; CO ,
7H1. liitllMMit 4 mm-. 1 1,1,-HLri,
Jce tor ule by the tar lo:n. r:i-ked in:
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
133 W, Fcurth Si, mmi 0
Are authorized to eontiact for advnrtia-
lfesr in this puiier.
Estimates furnished free. Bend for Circular
(HOW PA SHINE)
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
By the use of which every family may give
their Llueu that hrillian' polUh iilir to line
undry work, having timeaud labor iu iroiu
ins, wore Uiau iut eulire eotl. ar ran led.
old By Druggists and Oroetrs Everywhere
ASK FOR DOIUILNS'.
DOBBINS, BBOS. 8c CO., 13 N. 4th St.
ILLS. NORMAL UNIVERSITY
A'uriual, Mrl.eau, Co.. Ilia.,
For the ir-iiaratiou of teacher. KxcHiiily
PrtitViiiMl Im-li-ui'tioii forthoae who are irw
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HeuU-inU-r 4lh, 1K7U. 8tiiei'lor academic inntriii-
ti.Ti. at low ratea. iu I lie .Model deiiarliuent.
Adapted many grade, from ihe youniie't iiiln
to IhoM llttlUK tor Ihe he.t oolltge. fceud lor
cutulogue, or addreKa,
ITiWI.N C. HEWETT, l'rea'l.
Aug--d wlnt Normal, 111.
II O I t LN
St. Charles Hotel,
mm mm w suir m mi
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Doiir.l, :i I Floor $2 00 Tcr Pay
Special Rate, hy Week or Month. '
A limited iiiiiiiU-r of v.ry di-iruMe lunilyi
rktios I'jin lc m riiM-l at i'u..oimlU' m;-- l'r tin
I lie t ( liiiilcai' Ihe laretit and l't unpoint
ed lll.ll-l' ill Mllllbi Til illllllll, Hint IS till' U-.iiImih
lwitt'l in Otire Notw Hh.tanlin the "lii
l:i. k" r.iliM'tioa in pri.e-, tin- tahle will, in
UHiial, lie lilvrnily niln-d wiih llie try U -t
if i vi r ttiiiiK ll '' I"' l '"t I id m irkrt .
f Ine 1 UKe r..niii1i' imn lor roion.. r-i;d liaT
ili io, on ground tlnur, Irieofrhiiri1.
tt"AH liaKKifd'fuBl eouvrjed tosud lr"in '
III)' hotel williiuil ih:,iirr
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I li;.lf 'r.,;n.t-.iJ
WHOI.LSALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Oocds Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St.
and Commercial At.
C. 0 PATIER & CO.
X I I 'trtimd in the I nited
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t-irneyn nt Uiw, and oilier Mili-iitirri. e-ii-iall
w III ihoM. who tiave had tlii-irea.-es rei.i tiil in
th IiuikIm ol other n'torneya. In n iwli'l cau l
our it-en are iva.-uaMe, uud no rliar'.e i mude
UlllenH e lile U('i'es-lul.
T I Von want a it.
liA.tnrlAiA m.eud us a m.-lel
IllUnill (IWU or kete4t, and a
ill V oil bUrBiSiK
exaiuinnti'iu at the .ateiit ollii-e, and II we Until
it lutirntahle. will eiid vim ier and ad ic,
and uM-ei uie yiiiri-a-e. our iiv will le in nr
ilitiai v i-aM-.H, i-'-
Oral or written in mallei
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laii'l An. men, ('. M. N . , Va-hlnt;tu. l. J-
ttf'en.l Mani)i fur our ".Hide for oliUuil
ing I'ateiita," a hook id' -o iaxex
Add res .- I.onia llfer A '., So'iiei
tora of I'ateutH, W anhimrlon, 1. C
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE!
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
l the fraud Old
Which has stood tho tost of 40
Year 3. ' ,
Thero is no sore it will not Ileal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Acho, no Pain, that Afflicts the liu
man body, or tha body of a Ilorso
or othT Domestic animal, that
docs not yield to its maeic touch.
A. bottle costing 25c, 50c. or$l
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness many a vuuiarjio
SXGXXZ-AITD XX AXiZ
Ilighland Park, IU.
A ollelt anil FreHralory Inall
who haveeumpleUd their or.liuar, -""7 7";
i 1.... 1 ' i.e ,wivd to purine our
r, mil n 11 iinr ihj - - --- -- .
hiirher course Willi -pi-Ciai au-.--WAUD
I'. WKSION. I'smlMW-
Full aevlon l(liiw Septemlier 2oth, l"".t.
(kiurcnl aludy llioroiifrh and extenUwt. lta,B
f ieilitie for .Mil lie, UrawiuK and 1 aiiit t ng
Mamiei -i, Moral and UeallU of Ihe llnM 1 uior.
tan.. College buildioga eluuio.Uoii. ami
well furuiHhe.1 Ko room lor j.upi laabo I WJ
Higl.U of atair licatiou l I rawta a. I Im mh
nt:n aiivikTisi Mi:ti.
' GENTS WANTED FOR THE GREAT
It - !U f.ittrr llian anv otln-r honk wr publish
ed. One Hirent Hold eo i in one dor. hend
lir our fxira Ifrun lo airent.. Nulionul I'nlj
linlmiK I .o., liiimKo, lit , M. I.i.iih Mo., or
III llil.ll. O.
'Siren Hie finger n liahl no .vti
nit, ihui'Fi rheiifiiatif.ni : one loin morv, Uiat'n
K'Hit," is loimdar iIi m riti'.n if llwrt- tun
I .!. Th'iut'tl rorh limy and "l'x alla k
''HhD iit Mrtlon ol Itir f)-l. in. II. e r:,ure if 1
Iiim.I o l ea IoniiU iv:il la tbe Mood, hit'
nly ihU hy the of
I A If IE WPS SKI.T.KK AfMill.N T.
It will do it work xie-dilr and tlK.rouhly- It
i w.e -i jt fiHHMi of the en Ji rrr IX'.iu i.i.fiui..-i-ni
aou jrool. .
OI.I l!Y Al l. Ma Clil-IH.
A WtKK irnararitee.1 male arid
female airi'Mri in their hx-alny.
lohla notlmm to try It fartirnlai.
Iree. f O VH.ktllYCO ,
ttlK 4 tOrt l-rrdayat home. fliiinde worth
i0 IU tPU ti tnt, ntliiM.0 & Conii.y,
I'orllun 1 Miinc.
Mind Readies-. Psychomancy, Facinn
lion, Houl Cbariniir. Me. murium, aiel
' Mamaire Ouide, ahowniK how eiilur
may ! mate ajvl irain the love of nny erMn
th--y rhi inntiuitly. inre, Hv mail "
i rent,. Hunt A o., I 8. Tin hi. I'liila.
ANTED. Any Person ei
S500 a month M-llins our Ivtt.
lok An)' inr that hat a letter to write will
hiiy it. .Snire ir water ii.'eil. .rnd Mnin
..r riri'iihir. K.iilt III, 17 liihiinu
r.uil liiilf I liieao III.
1 1' yon want reliat.la infuramtion, w here and how
! iret a rheap Farm or .ovemiueiit Home
stead flee (end jnur addre.MI In f. J. ill.
M'(l;K, l.uml 1 iiiuiiit .ii.oer, Lawrrnes Kan"
Hud reeejip gratia a oiy of The Kansas l a
r.C Fancy Card with
UJ eciui. A . 1 1;. l.lt
A CO., .North Umi-
' Imm, N . V .
Hut U lore cin el h-where to d
ho, ehd fr
rir,.ira ( . v. lel.rai.h liii
j ,(Ct Wi-nm-in. K cmen led li
J Wealera fnion leletrapli Co..m
tup wenr vnoti
by Kupt. of
iti' ouly i
A JLA Jb- Vff V A
priHiire ri A SIoN SS lor Olllrern aud Siddier
w uiided.iiiiirel or ruiitiiiel, however xli,;litlv ;
oliaiii an ini n-He ol'uhl rateh; rollert-t urrear.
0i,ay 14, l,,univ. el.-. No i haiKC unlet aiic
,.,!. lO.,,,- r..nltly uiKuered hy ad
,ira.-iii.l. H M llul.l.. Attorney ai Law, '
"'" tor Ita I'nrltT, ft reaelh anil Klaver
W.rriiti- m Keep lli-kle.. U l.uaranlee II I
a.- entirely free fr.un tsnlnhurw A' i ur otle-l ilelel.n
,u,.i,tre. villi which lo-f riwwirl.aitulteraieil
Kor.ile,'yallt.roo-r. Itr(rtnl Vin.-frar Wortu In Hi.
W ona. L.tub. K. L. I'liUJ-hlMJ CO.,tlutuo
kiiiI S rnuklin
t hal tered hy t lie
Slate of lllinoii,
lul- the cxilv.-i
liiiri.oM- ot civinu
SAh niiiiit dialu rein f
n ail iio-eaof urivate. i lironic. and urinary di-
Bcasea In all Iheir complicated forms. It i well,
kuowa that Ur Jaiue hai htmid at the head ol
Hie proleafcion for lliei:t m year. Atad
i-XA-riein-eaieall-imiiortaiit. heiiilual WnU
, iiiHiu losses ny iirtauu. niii"--I
fa lost muuhood. can iionitively ! riireeij
I Ladies w anlhiK the moat delii-ale attention, cull
ot write. I'lta-sant home for viitieiiU. A laaik
: for Ihe million. Marriage Ouide, whieli tei.
you all uhoul the.-edieaea wlio thoul I many
-why not-io eetits to )iay jmHtae. lr '";
, ha !0 roomniid j.aih.r iu are no oue l.ut
Ihe doetor otli. hoiii. ' a.m. to . p.m. buu-
! .lav.. 10 1.. 1. All hllMlie airiruj eiiiiee-H
J. II OliKUIV. .A.W.l-y.TT,
CAIEO CITY BINDERY,
i..W.rYATT t OO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building-, Cor. Twslfth Street
and Wasnintrton Avenue,
O-1'ountr and BailroadWor. a Si,:i!tT