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CYRUS 8. OBKRLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
Fur Vice Prrvdrnt,
THOatA A. MENDEIOK8,
J. ALLEM.if J1hob cuntv.
F. COOLBTJAQH, l lk ounty.
Dla t-Thotnaa Hoyna.
8. 8. Hayes,
' Thoe. B. OoulUr,
" W. C. Green,
-James B- KokeU ,
Oeo. B. Merlin,
-0. W. Bullock.
" -t. W.James,
1 :th :
J. W. Davidson,
W. B. Bwlnir,
Ofeaxlas- A Keyee,
WO. B. Floalia. "
J. J. Phillips.
- C. A. Walker.
J. P. Johnson.
-J . K. Crabs-
DtWOCRITiC STITE TICKET.
of Kendall county.
ARCHIBALD A. OLEIC IT
of Brown county.
For Secretary of State,
S. .T. THOBJTTON,
" For Auditor,
JOHlf HISS. .
of Cock county.
For State Treasurer,
of Clinton county .
For Attorney general,
of Lof an county.
Congressional District Ticket.
of Raade'ph countv.
For MeUr State Board of fcjja.i7!i.n.
OLIVER F. HILL
of I'aioa county.
Se atorial District Ticket.
For Sute eotr riftictu Uistriet.
of Cp ch county.
For Eeprtttnutivet io Oie Lttis'at'.ire--! ittieth
FRAME. X. AONBW,
(J J.cVwo county.
JOHN M. OBBBLT,
of A!eder county.
While much mar be accomplished by
theie methods, it uiifcht encourage delusive
expectation tt I withhold here the expte-
iloaof uiy coavlctlou that no reform ot the
civil aerl:e In this country wilt be t orn
Ilete and permanent until Its clilef magis
trate i constitutionally dUiusliiied tor rc
election ; experience tiatlug rejieatediy
xpoJ the futility of iflf-inipoed rsftric
tiont y candidate or Uieuqibcnta.
Ttu-ourb thia aniemmtv only tu be be el
Uctnally delivered (rout Ul STvut teuipta
lion to tuUusa the powr and pstronage
with wbUh the Executive it neif naiily
t tiWied. From Sstiuucl J. TiMen't letter
The nobler motives of imuauity concur
with the material Interest of all in requtr
ids tiutt every obstacle be removed to
complete and durable reconciliation be
tween kindred populations once uiiuatur
ally eitranxed(on the ba.it recognued by
the St. Louis platform, of the "constitution
of the United Statet, with its amendments
universally accepted at a tinal settlement
of tliecootro verities which engeadered civil
war." Hut, in aid ot a result to benelicieot,
tie moral influence of every good citizen, at
well as every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not aloaa to maintain
i heir jatt equality before the law, bat like
wise to establish a cor Hal fraternity and
good will among citizens, whatever there
race or color, who are now united in the
oae destiny ( a '.common self-government.
If the duty tball be auigued to me, I should
not fail to exercise the powers with which
the lasraand tbe constitution of our coun
try clothe iu chief magistrate, to protect all
iu citizent, whatever their former condi
tion, la every political and personal right
from Samuel J. Tilden's letter of accep.
He denounce tAe lux nipt ion daui'
f tk. act of 1875, and tee Acre ttV
mind itt r'p"i.-Sifionnl Ikmorniif
iliA fniit of iiidvttnj art
gv'ktfd f'jf ike nt of th toilert, that
'ijf or not xciV'd ly the profligacy
frond or prKlotirjn ,,( yt,nr jmhUt
"y'i. Cot. TilJ'ii,
Wi, invite attentioa to the letter ol
Hon. Chas. Francis Adams to 1 toned
la another column.
Tint Jolkt (till.) IU raid, a German pa-
Ir, beretotoni nuetral iu politic., has
couae out fair and square lor Tilden, Ilea
Incki aua Kerorm. The Herid Mates
that iu taking this course it conforms lo
the wishes ol bine-tenths of the German
voters within the range of its circulation
FaoM the Cectralia l)trt w
that the 4Hou. ' Asa Cowman, of the
Wreenbatk Statt Central Committee, has
issued a call lor a delegate convention tor
the Twelfth lougressional district to meet
at Springfield on the If tit Inst., to bond
nabs candidate for congress ou the le
catur platform." The Ihwocivt eay
'similar conventions vUl te held iu the
blxteenlli, SevanteetU and Ligkteenth
illstricU.aud arrangements made to carry
the war luto Atrica during October lo
eaeti of the ftbove Oiatricti." The luie
fof nt Is this district tau do no better
liuto endorse ;tne nomtnttion of lion
At a licnjorratlr met'ting In PbiUdrl
Iibl.ta lew davtniro, Ilnn.S.irniM!.!. IJ.in
tUll asked : "What In the? rtaon of tin
prostration of bulm- throughout the
country i Why I the uiwlianie Idle ami
the workMmp closed ? What party lit
produced this renilt? Vou niul I niubr
stand Mil rjiirtin a well a the ahlext
orator. It lis rriiltcd from the mahvl
inlnUtration Inflicted iinhi n ly the l!e
publican party, anJ It innt I held re-
punIMe tor It ntHdeed. it I no an-
jwi-r to tne to stinke tlie tuoiy tnirt in
my Tare ami talk at tout a war that Imp.
petted ten year ao. 1 have fieeri In the
South. The southern people are ant-
lou lor peace an.l harmony. At well
mljrht yoti expect a man with one side
paralized to walk eulljr as to expect the
people to walk onward ' to prosperity if
the South is destitute ; II the business oi
one-half the country i paralyzed and its
people Impoverished. When you meet a
Republican citizen who in idle, ak lnm
why it is. Tellium it is because of the
nutrnjjcou expenditure or" txci drawn
from a prostrate people. The reduction
of the late Democratic house amounted
to thirty million of dollar, and I tell you
the government's expenditure could
have been reduced twenty millions more
without any injury, and they will be re
duced, it the houe has Us way during it
two year ot service, eighty millions of
(Jii.vcY Hnald: "While the Repub
licans are frantically waving the bloody
shirt and striving to rekindle sectional
strile, there are thousands upon thous
ands of men who once supported the Re
publican party who are warching empty
pockets in the vain hoie of llndiiijr some
thing there that will keep Marvation
from their household. What comien
sation do such men receive lor support
ing Grantism? Can they aflrd to con
tinuo voting Uiemselvcs out ol work and
their lainilica out of bread? Uorkiii
men have more at stake iu this campaign
than all other combined. The comfort,
yes, very existence, ol thcuielvcs and
families depend on the ieult. It they
want better time?, more work and better
pay, they must wccp the !epublicati
party from power. They must get rid ol
the party that ha brought about hard
In Louisiana, with anything like a fair
election, the lHuiocrats will carry the
state by a hatidsoiue majority. There are
at thi time no lcs than a dozen colored
speakers canvasriug the cute tor the Con
-ervative ticket, and they are wiuuinj the
teroes from the corrupt Radical hord
that has so lnk' had control ot the atate
bv thousands. I'oindexter, one of the
most prominent colored men in the state
charges Tackard, the Radical candidate
for governor, with swindling I'niou sol
diers out ot their bounties, ami m itli va
rious other crimes, and the wort ol it is
that I'oindexter offer to prove these
charges. I'inchback refuses to support
Packard, and it i ai. thi action of
Pinchhack alone will lo tin' Ueiubli
cans lO.Ofm coloied vote. Altogether the
Railicals iu Louisiana are in a bad Ixix,
and that they may liedefrated is the wih
ot all riglit thinking men.
l.iatof patents iu.'d to invetitort of
Illinois for tiiti vek ending o toler :t.
ISTCi, ant "ici ,w. a M'pteiuhcr 10, ls7G,
furnbihed this paper by Cox & Cox, o-
llcitors of patents, Washington, 1,C.
M. Covell, Windmill, Sycamore; W.
Turner, Tonle rreparation. Mount Car
mel;.I.. Tattle, liurial-Case I .ids, Ster
ling; S. 1 ilts. Fruit Jar Racks, Law
renceville ; J. Kimball, Folding Table,
Woodstock; R. Mston, Churn, Selrna;
C, Matthiessen, Open Side Thill, Odell;
F. rastorius, Mowing Machine, Quint y ;
I. Turnbull, Regulating Windmill, Wa
verly; I., lletts, Shipping Can, Chicago;
K. Franzman, Slicing Machine, Quiticy;
J. IIuss, Chick Hooks for Harness, Sher
idan. 1m his great speech at Zanesville, Ohio,
Hon. Joseph Pulitzer said: "If you
want to see a return of prosperous times,
11 you want to sec the laborer employed
and capital invested, the workshops In
blaze, honest money resumed, trade re
vived, national conlldenee restored, a
true Union established, honesty honored
and corruption condemned, you will
vote In N'overabr for Tilden and Re
form." PHILADELPHIA LETTER.
(From aa ixaiiooal corr.-txiHltni.)
l'uiLiin lpbu, Sept. uO.
Doubtless a portion of the inhabitants
the great Keystone state stayed at
home on Thursday, (Pennsylvania day);
to take care oi the baby, but, from ap
pearances on the centennial grounds,
many were led to believe that the entire
population had come out and brought
the baby with them. Iy the middle of
the alternoon an immense oncour-e of
Mfople, a number more than twice as
large as the entire opulation of Cleve
land or Wa-ihington had passed through
the gates and were packed within the
centeuniel cucloure. The aisles in the
building, and the avenues through the
park presented a solid conglomeration of
humanity. The fvx of the centennial
enclosure, with even destributiou, would
bo quite sutllcieut lor a much larger
number even than wa there ou Thurs
day; but, it vsjll be remembered that
only a portion oi the enclosed area is
available for vUitors. much space 1 cov
ercd with lakes, lountatus, lluwer beds,
gia plots, the narrow guage double
track railroad, exhibits, mouuuienU.tte.,
and the spa- for walklug or sitting is
much limitel. It was not an occaaion
tor sight-acemg or tiijoymeut, allltougli
the weather was perfect ; uothina could
be seen but a tuoitttrous tea of heads
The kutlre olic lorce was ou duty
so were all the regular detectives and a
Urge force of specials. Lflorla were
uade la tlsa different buildings to induce
all tnterlng to keep to the right, and
those leaving to keep to the left, but it
wa found Impossible to drill an armv hi
the midst of battle. The official estimate
Wat, that tip to 0 o'clock, p. lit., ail.WJ
peraons paying Itril frf.antt 33,e&'w
Ing hall fee, maklnr a total of 214.777
persons that had entered the grounds.
At 8 o'clock, when the galea were closed,
the number of lull fee admislona had
reached 217,078, the number of half lee
visitors remaining the same, thus tho
number ol cash admissions were 2fd,4Vl,
or over twice that of the largest number
on any day at any lormer exposition,
with the single exception of one day,
during the Paris exposition when the
turnstiles are said to have registered 17:1,
inn) admissions The regular visitor to
the exposition paid little attention to the
exhibits, hut spent their time In watching
the human chaos as it cblied and flowed
or stood in the gorged aisles and ave
nues. Receptions were the order ol.the day,
Governor Hartranft, Mayor Stokeley and
Mrs. C.ellespie, all held them. At the
two former, there were speeches, not un
reasonably long. At the reception Of
Mrs. Gellespie, president of the woman's
centennial commission there were no
speeches, but it must not be supposed
that their absence indicated, any lack of
ability on the part oi the ladies to talk.
Although the fireworks excelled in
splendor any thing of the kind that has
taken place in Philadelphia, they were of
short duration, and the performance was
hardly equal to the promises of the pub
lished programme. At the hour an
nounced for the display more thin ICO,-
000 people had assembled on the plateau
bounded on the eatby the narrow gauge
railway, near the Catholic total absti
nence fountain, the British villa to the
north, the glas works to the south, look
ing towards George's Hill, which was the
objective point. It is lobe regretted that
the elaborate 'preparations that had been
made were iu some rtsiect. a failure.
The programme embraced twenty-two
dint inct performances or displays. The
arrangement. were perfect, the execu
tion was not good, but gun powder Is not
a reliable thing to handle. The display
opened with a brilliant illumination ot
the grounds with many colored lights.
The bomb tiring was a very magnificent
siectacle, and, as they ascended, burst
ing mid air, and discharging myraids of
fiery stones, they were greeted with loud
After this di'play ever) body started
home, and notwithstanding the extraor
dinary arrangements made for the trans
portation, tens ot thomauds were unable
to get into the cars. That such huge
maes of unorganized humanity, em
bracing lotii stxe. all conditions, and
every age, trout the cradle to the grave,
eau come and go without serious acci
dent, as was the case ou Thursday, re
flects great crec'it on sometto.lv, or, per
haps, on everybody.
Since I last wrote the exposition
awards have been preeuted to
the chief cominUsioner ol the
various countries represented, and
they will be distributed by t hem to the
vtrious winners of prize. The presenta
tions look place with much form and
ceremony in the Judge' hall. They were
made by Gen. Hawley. The announce
ment ot the names of the various nations
was received with applause. France,
Kiiglaud, the Netherlands, Japan, Switz
erland and rtrarll were boiiored with
cheers ot great heartiness, but the men
tiou of the United Slates was the occa
sion tor the noisiest demonstration o all.
The list of nations w as callrd alphabeti
cally, commencing with the Argentine
Republic, in order that there might be no
imputation of lavorltUin on account of
precedence this was a small thing, but
it was in character with the scrupulous
lalrntMS and courtesy that have distin
(iiiihed the commission in nil its rela
tions from the start. ;.
The Iscanaeratle Veteraae.
Special Dispatch to the Chicago Times
W8iunoto.v. Sent. 2S. The Union
Soldiers, and Sailors, Association, of
wltleli Gen. Joe Hooker is president, has
prepared an address, signed by the fol
lowing executive committee: Gen J. W.
Jcnver Gen. Alphoous S. Williams, Col.
I. B Foube, Col. C. G. Aleshlre and Ma
jor Joseph Brown. This address,
was to-iiay sent into Indiana
and Ohio to the extent of 20,000 copied
The address begins at the outset by re
minding the soldier that the Republicans
only seek to use theeu lor their votes, and
suggests that the only true friend of the
soldier is the reform party. It make a
turdy appeal lor an outraged South,
and in asking for a new policy ol other
tuan oppression says: "e appeal to
you to take up this work with us, and
i-t in carrying it forward to
4 StCCr SSI CM. 151 c.
In every State which sent a r?gimeut
ol Union soldiers to Ue war we wish to
the enrollment of every friend of our
cause who served in the t nionarniy, and
we urgently recommend Uie periecuon
at Die same time ot such local, Congress
ional and state associations as shall organ
ize, complete and bring forth to Use elect
ion the soldiers' and sailors' vote in a
solid column along the whole line and
throughout the country. It us show
to those now in power our Una cotivicU
ions of the necessity of a return to an
honest and constitotional administration
ol the government by our independent
exercise of suflenigc. For this , wa
H1K IUIII.ES k ihk CMO.V.
inc preservation oi mat i.uiou was a
duty paramount to all other, but the
uutrammeled exercise of tlie citizens.
right ol sufierage is not secondary to it.
W e should nol permit any conolderation
or itouMcai advantage or imrtisau asso
ciations to mislead us from the daty
which we owe to the present exigency as
welt as to the luture welfare of the whole
country. Let us show by our voice aud
votes mat we are bum JVM) strong,
AM. ol K Lonat,
iu auiiitott of tlie coiinlilulioU wedclttnd
aud lor a return to honest guveruiueut
iu the interests of the whole people."
J be circular elose by reviewing tlra
work ol the Democrat house iu the inter-
eel ol soldiers by citing the notorious
bounty bill amendments to the tension
tawsaud ine iiae.
r rout the t Juiie j Hn aid.
At a public meeting ol the merchants
of New York, without distinction ot
party, held in March, 175, the year after
Mr. Tilden wa elected governor, the
louowtng resolution wa auopieu ; j uat
me mere nan t a or .New xork here as
sembled, Irrespective ol creed or of party,
ircognlae in Governor Tilden a intn of
indomitable courage, probity and deter
mination; ix WHOSK. VHSOOJI THKT IUVK
tvtmv comidbxce. and to whose stand
ard FOR TBS? ei lTRKSSloX OF ALL WRONO
TIIXY CHRBRFl'M.Y HALI.T." ObfiCrVC
this was said of Governor Tilden one
rear and a half ago by the merchant of
New York, assembled together without
distinction ol part v. l'oe any honest
Renuhliran believe they would fiavo paid
sucli a tribute to Governor Tilden unles
hi public aud private life were known to
lie attove the suspicion or shadow of re
CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS.
HI! VIEW! OB THE POLITICAL lITVi
Why tint. TlMen Is I he Man lr the
From the Chicago Times, Get. 1.1
a woitn or vali k.
Manwif.li, O., Oct. 1. Several days
ago, Gen. Brinkerhoir. of thi city, ad
dressed a letter to the Hon. Charle
Francis Adams, requesting him to come
to Ohio and speak for Tilden. It seemed
to Gen. Brinkerhoir, as he said in the let
ter, that a word from Mr. Adams would
be of great value as coming from a man
who wa above the reproach ot party!m
n rnrt pnrwprvati VP statesman. DO-
jessed ot his countrvmen's confidence,
and known to be influenced by a high
and pure patriotism. I would not say
Gen. Brinkerhort' put it in that style, but
his driit was
IN THAT UIKfcCTIO.N.
lie said to Mr. Adams that the men w ho
had constituted the liberal parly of Ohio
looked up to him with respect; that ot
the Ohio delegation to the liberal conven
tion in W2, all Lut two desired his nom
ination ; that now they were practically
under a Mlitical ban, those of them who
had joined the I lemoeratle party iu sup-
lort ol Mr. Tilden lteing taunted with
the lack ol great names among them,
Schurz and most of the ethers having
gone to the other side ; that they needed
the in-piring c fleet of some great man's
co-operation with them, and tagged hiin
to come on.
To this, .Mr. Adams wrote the follow
ing reply, which is here for the tiret time
given to the public. As the first utter
ance of Mr. Adams in the campaign (for
his first letter ol acceptance amounted to
little or nothing!, it iosse-scs a peculiar
interest and value. It is calm, dipas-
siouate. clear, and comes mon the heated
field ot a presidential battle, a cool breeze
from t!io?e lolty heights of
111 RSAI. IMKI-I ICTI AI. OW,
in which the bruins of the Adam laintly
have always rested, Irom whi'-li the
eyes of the Adams family have. iiice
tlie time of the original Adams, looked
down with analytical impartial gaze up
on the strife and humors and ela-biug
opinions of less refrigemtive nu n.
This is the letter:
CiNCV, Mass., Sept. 27. Gbn. I.'.
ItKINktlKHOIr , Mansiield, O. lt ir Sir :
I have to acknowledge the reception of
your very flattering Utter iuvitluaf me to
address tuy fellow -citizen or the Mate
ot Ohio ou the present stat of iolltical
affairs In the country. It is now a long
while cince I have attempted such u
thing, aud in the condition of my phys
ical iiowers, especially of my voice, 1
must plead to be excused from undertak
ing lle service.
The question Iwfore us seems to resolve
itself into thio, whether a genuine relorrn
oi the evils that have been brought on the
country under the Republican adminis
tration of the last eight years is to lie re
le:(tel by continuing the same influence
in tower, a complete change, and intrust
the pronecntion of reform to a new and
fresh set of men. The disclosures
ol the last few years distinctly
prove that the whole exixting organ
ization has been honeycombed with cor
ruption ; which not even the most earn
est effort of the honest men of the Re
publican party have been etlectuat to
check. It is plain that the conlldenee of
the majority is not withdrawn from
those men who have been the most
deeply compromised by their own con
duct before the world, and that It has not
been placed in those who Rppear to have
been tho most strenuous and efficient
agents in a policy of reform. .
I have not a word to say in derogation
ol Mr. Utyes. But it stems to me at
least very singular that in a fearful crisis
like this, a person should have been se
lected who has thus far had no record on
thi subject, and that not one individual
who bad really committed himself by
bis previous course to the policy of re
form should have been seriously . tup-
ported. .. i ne meagre vote given to Mr.
Bristow in tbe convention appear to
nave eraoraeea an me true entuusiasin
sincerely working lor that one great ob-'
On the other hand, the action of the
convention at St. Ixuiis shows a wholly
different spirit. Not satisfied with mak
ing mucii tne strongest declaration ol the
principles on w hich they propose to pro
ceed, they went ou directly to nominate
by a large majority a man who by his en
ergetic and vigorous prosecution ot a dif
ficult and dangerous task of reform in his
ow n state had given the strongest pledges
to tne country, not simply ot Ins will,
but of his power to meet emergencies of
all sorts. No wonder that all the ferocity
of tliti wolves and tiger who feed upon
ine ouai oi t ue iiunnc crio suoui'i tie
vented on him. Their passion only goes
to prove the justice of their fears. The
very lactoi their virulence should he in
the minds of calm observers the most
convincing iroof of the wisdom of the
choice. Mr. Tilden is not called uiion to
promise what lie w ill do iu certalii emer
gencies. W hat ho bat done Is a belter
pledge than all the epithets in the diction
aries. Another trong reason in my lulad lor
preferring Mr. Tilden la this emergency,
is that a uew and clear jiolicy toward the
southern states may be inaugurated free
Irom all the obstacle hitherto raised by
a, class ot the public men of the north
who live by mgralitating themselves
with every clenieut remaining among us
ol the evil passions raised during the
war. So long s this course is tolerated,
there will be reHi ,tnnony between
the sections, j j, a uvorable moment
lor stamping tbU spirit or malignity
uuder our leet. by selecting a man wbot
well-known tairiicss and impartiality
may reinstate mutual conlldeucc and
ultimately re.te,re unity to the whole
lople. e need this much in the pres
ent low condition of our pecuniary af
lirt we i,t,j it ,or io fortify this
view of our tuition by foreign nations.
in abort, Urn time has tome for the in
auguration oi a wholly new and vigor
ous iioncy, by a thoroughly competent
and experienced man. That man, 1
i 'ii i will be found In Samuel
t. aiideu. l remain very truly yours,
CtiAiLt. PitANCii Adam.
It reads iuite like the opinion of a
medical man at an in.,uet. J find that
this .(ubiectdiedof eleiihnntlanes.'' There
Is a dchlxTatc conciseness In the state
ment of hi reason why' that carries
quite a much conviction to the mind as
the rcnon themselves.
I ar iiurarra lairraia i,iar,
special to the N. . Picayune.
It.t..w l'-i . k VL.,. :'JI 11 'til n in
The roads lending to tow n are crowded
since daylight with colored cltiens on
foot, horM'hnck, in cfine wagons ami ear-
riasre. At least ,cii iu procession, one
half of whom are colored. The pioees-
elon is Inst entering the state-home
SI CON O DISI-ATCM.
ltiTOV I'mnr. !i-rif. M. A.VI P.M.
I'lm iiifetimr lina aittAiiriin.1. It udi n
grand succest ; the largest meeting ever
known in tne state out oi aow uricaii.
The crowd was so great that two stand
were run at tne same time, .mciioiis,
ll'iltv l,-,I.,,ir- Ofr.lnn Sinnfloril Vnnr.
bieA, .Jonas, Jacksou and colored nicn
cru-iL-A Irom rvnn atarwV wltllrt tflint. Koila
uard, Wlckllfte, Muse and Smith spoke
a k . la z1 a ...
irom lueouiere iFrrim: omrr nnnisui-
tainod. The on? v quest ii (ft pariah i
-i ii . t f i . j.
at r.srr., rr.m s.r mriftii n mtkmir wi raw hi tnttii m .
1 he colored voters exceeded the w hites In
Mothers caaaecura Itrrnhh Tor tbtirrtul
trrn ao t rrt fur ttlrmicltea y tht u' of Cat'
fra. a prrfct substiluts for lattor oil. it it
a'trhitely harmlf'f, ate! I as plraiant to takr l
as linnry. For VVlDd-CoUle tour atoruacb,
worrut or con tt lflion, tor jroting or e'J, tbtr
it notbinj infxitttnee like it. It l rtrtain.it
n tj-ty. it it clieap.
Caked Breasts, hliumatiam, . ia
cia, awrllinyt) tiraiD, at ifl ..joints, liurnt
oalila, potfonoitt bittr. ami all firth, boot ami
mui'-lr ailnianl, can be al).lutely turt l br th.
Centaur liniment. What th White Liniiucat
it for the human family, thr Yt-Uow Liuinivut
it for (aviii-'l. jfa'l'sl an 'I laint- liortt aiel ani
rettTV TEARS HETARA THE rCHUa
DR. C. M?LANE'S
r .a imc iias or
Ilcjutitis or I.ivcr Comiilaint,
1V-1KP?1A A.NU M'.K Ht( ACHE.
Synntonis of a Diseased I.ivcr.
in the right side, under the
Mirc : ouictinies the pain i- in the left
M!c; tlie jatient i rarely able to lie
on tlie Iclt side ; sometime the iain
is felt under tlie shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the tup of
the shoulder, and is sometimes inis
tkcn fer a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affected with loss of
;..jtite and siekhe : the Ixjwels in
federal are costive, rwinetitnes alter
naiivewith lav : ti.e head is troubled
v itlt j ain, a cetiij-ui.ied with a dull,
heavy -ctisatiMii in the back part.
T .cfe i generally .insidcrable los
(.f ineniory ,accomj.anicd w ith a jiain
ful r.eti-ation of having left undone
something w hich otiht to have leeu
done. A flight, dry couh is some
times an attendant, a T he patient
complains of w eariness and debility ;
lie is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin; his
hpirits are low; and although he i
satisfied that exercisewould be bene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred w here few of them ex
isted, )et examination of the body,
after death, lias show n the Livi-k to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. MVLam 's Livr.R 1'ji.us,
IN CASES Or Act ANU I'cvtK, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
'cathartic can be used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them A
r air trial.
For all bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
cqualcd. BEWARK OP IMITATIONS.-
The genuine Dr. C. M Lane's
Liver Fills are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLaxe's Liver Fills.
The genuine MVLane Livfr
Fills bear the signatures of C.
MLANEand Fleming F.ron on the
Mr Insist on your druggist or
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Dr. C. MVLane's Liver Fills, pre
pared by Fleming Bros., Fitt.sburgh,
Sold by all re.-pectable druggists
and country storekeeieri generally.
To ibftse ittio( to ! )a C. M' Lams's
1 1 fciu a ir.l, ,U nuilatott PmI tu :
..rl uf tUc LiutaJ Suic, uuc b bf fill lul
(ciity bv cm.
ILkMING tEOS.. PUblurtb, Pa.
AND CAN DEE
73 OniO UGVEE,
City MaUtaal laAk BuiUlsg, p-stirt.
?h OUlaat Bctobllah4 AgsAoy lav Bout
n HUtvsis, rsrMSvUaai r
165 000 000
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 1100,000
W .P 1IALI.II1AT. Pre.i.tent.
llaNKV L HA1JJUAV, VUftaat.
a H SArtuKK. lMtil.1,
WAI.l k.lt MYHUir. Ait M atblrr.
l. Staats Taylos, It. II. CcwTinonaat,
II I.. HiuiDM, W. I'. Mali. may,
U. I. WiLUAaiaiiN, HTsrMSM IliMi),
A . II. SUrroNu,
Exchange, Coin and United Statei
Bonds Bought and Bold.
KPOSITS rereitct an J a neral lUnilag
T Itrma, l'rml,lmt II. Wallt, Catlncr.
I'. Nrtl', V Ire I'rea't. T. .1. kcrlh, Aaat. ath'r
Corner Commercial Ave) and Btb Street
r . Rrnvt, (airn. Wm. Kluire, ( airo.
T. Str. tairu. VViu. VVolle, Calru.
. Mi-nuka, Cairo. K I.. HUlluciIrT, t l oult
r ISii.r, ( airo H. VVtlla, Cairo.
r It. Krinkman. M. 1 iuli.
J. I . Cleniiun, (.alrV'lna
UrHrial tlnnklas; RualHess Dn.
KfrExchanirr toM snd houptht lotereat paid
o m -avinga Drpartiut-ni. ( oncllulia Uiala,
D't all ri'tain ei iriautiv attvoaM to.
CHARTERED MARCH 81. 1189
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. R S AFFORD, frvelJrst.
S . S T A V tAJtL, ice Prt-siJent
W. liTBl.Of, tic'r ami inaaaurel.
P.W. RaacLAT, Cuas. QALieuaa,
r.U Simarurii, I'atbU ttcaiat,
K. 11 ( 1TMSUMAK. II I. llALl.ioar.
J. it. I'liiLLira.
INTEREST iJ on rttrj.o.iu at tbe rale ol ail
urr l.iiI i.riDDuui Urrli I.I ami Ki.tf
ir Ut. JoUrraal nol mthdiawo u aUlw1 luuw
iiaiei)- rotue niicii or (lie atutiaiia, tai.l,
(itiui tlwui c-iiiibunu'l iutvreat. r
Harried Women and Children may
ueposit money ana no one
else can draw it.
Oi-rti tvrr buairwfsilar rtumBa m. to S u iu
a naturta) evrumaa lot et lug lroila oulf
roiu o i'i s u fiy a
W. HYBLOP. Trtttarar
FA I. SIT AS D OILS).
(sii, tor to)
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Hhadea. ic.
Alwira oa Lau.l, (tie orlfl.ral! illuuilimliiig
Coraar KUeUl tret ad Waahls
Mel i rMltllsi
ChartrrrJ bv I he
8tate or llllBuis
ir tlie espre
niirpuM ot (itidr
all caava or private, chronic, eatl urinary u i
seane in all their compliceAed forms. Jl It well
known that Dr. Jamas bee slooel SA the head ol
the profvaeioD for the past ' yean. Age anil
etpetieoceare ail-important. Hetealaual wk.
ant, tiinht loeere tjr dreams, plmplaa en the
face lott manhood, can poaiUvrly he cureed
Lavlirs wanting the nioat Aelicate attentioa. oall
or write, fltauant home for paUrata. A book
for the million. Marrlafe tluide. Which tells
you all about thrte diacaaes who should marry
-wbv not locrnta lo -ay postage. Dr. Jsjimm
bats) rootiit and parlor. You see no oae bat
tbe doctor utiles hours, s.m. lo 7 p.m. fun
Hart, to Vi. All btttioeas strictly confides
C. r. Haakd i Bluer Wis of Iroai
Las never been known to fall In ths curs of
weakness, altesilcd with tyuiptouix; indis
position tu exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, uervoua trembling, dread
ful borrorof death, uigtit aweatH, cold feet,
weakneM, dimneaa of vision, languor, uni
versal luNsltude ot tbe muulax system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic tynip
totna, hot bauds, flaablDK of the boly, dry
uet of tbe skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on tbe (see, purilylng the blood,
pain in tbe Imek, beavlnsas ot tbe eyelids,
freiiuenl black spota flying before tbe eyes
with temporary sutliaion and'loM of sight,
want ol attention, etc. TUee tymptoma
all arine from a weakuess, and to remedy
that, use K. P. Kuukel'a bitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
enjoyim; health who have used it. Take
only E. V. Kuukel't.
beware of counterfeits snd bass Imita
tions. At Kuukel't Bitter Wine of Iron is
tu well known all over the country, drug
gists ttieuiHelvetmake an imitation and try
to tell it off to their customers, w hen Ibey
call (or hunters Bitter Wins of Iron,
Kunksl's Bitter Wine of Iron is put Up
only in 11 buttles, aud baa a yellow w rapper
nicely put on tbe outside with the pro
prietor's Photograph on the) wrapper ot
each bottle. Always look for tbe photo
Kiapb on the outside, and you will always
be aure to uet the geuulne. One dollar pw
bottle, or six for 6. Sold by druggists snd
ALL WOBM It KMOVKD ALIVE.
K. K. K unkel't Worm My nip never fatlt
to destroy I'in heat and- Stoiaaeli Worms.
lr. Kuukel, tbe onlv sticteaalul phalcuais
who leiiiovtt Tape 'Worm in two hours
alive, with bead, and no fee uuttl removed,
Commou teuss teaches that U Tape tVonu
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send lor circular to Dr. Kun
kel, No. 30 horth Ninth ttreet, I'hlla.lel
pbia, la., or t all on your druggist and ask
for a bottle of Kunksl's ftorm Syrup.
Trice, I1.U0. It sever talis.
ifif UT?!0"' ,r Wla-UU ,stal ausravitt
AUtlll&i,! ilia Preaideolial 1 suditlaiea eU
Ivapi'lly. Neartlorcirfiilar. VT.fca
f IS a daygl4, iDg wall at., box 5-"U.T.
(Or If plscsl ta a Has, evsr) ..
13 MILES OIF
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
I VI HX STkV I IS
W btrrvar ll or Sold
Is sholiitly. Without, i M
ol It KW SlKS
Noa. U7, 38, 30, 47, 48 and 49
Are a MiiivrliMi, ii,l.,nt,. i, of
And all lb l.-mtiat I'ointa tluit ft to Max up
Mo.t Perfect Cooking Stove
tr tirierrit la Ibe fubllr
VJ.,leULlv bf II, e
Excelsior Manufacturing o
Noa. til. ,U and tli N. Mttii St ,
M. l.eMla, Mm.
C. W. HENDERSON,
t J-i-ilA-a'' Hi A
WHuLtSALK AMI) MKT AIL
IN THJC CITY.
Ooods Bold Vary Closa.
Owraer IWlh Ml. ad OonuBerfclal A
C. 0. PATIE& St CO.
llaeve. like rivers, eprlag fom small
causes. 1 be snaring ner may dm be easily di
verted froia its course, aor Hie negWetaat iluieaaa
rrusa iu rtestrueiive woib. 1'akeu la lliue, dla
eaae, which la merely an ihterrupted rum-lion,
may lavatelby tbeute ut Nets' r in ttr,
Tarrsst't leltaer Assreat
It cmbinre the Biediral projeitie ot tbe btat
mineral waleaa ia tbr arorld.
hObh BV AI-LltKl'UUlSTft.
A FARM AND HOME
. or TOUR OWN.
How ia the Time to Secure It
The heat aaal cheapttl lands in market are itt
Eastern Ncbraaka, oa lb line of the L'aloa Pa
cifto milroaL The) meet saotaMs terms, very
low rales ot flare and treifht to all settler,. The
best ro-rkta. tree peases to land huyaxe
Maps, descriptive pamphlets, oew addition of
the "ileserr' sent f ree evrry where. Address,
l. K. DAVIS, Land Coinmiatiourr.
I'. f. It. I'.., Omaha, Neb.
Cttl i 77 wk to agenlt. Sample IYt.
03 C llr. o VUKIJKV. Aiik-uata. Main.
"jlebrered for Its Parity,
arrsated to Keao rVAIea. 1
til sad Plat Tt))
twBtee It (
llantlrlv trm trAtm .VMinSuric AdMOT
Maauriauace. wlfb wmon Atom
r or aal fiv ai I wrooer.
World. AT. hit. IS4S, at. I
Lareeat Vlaaaar Worka la ( lit
Katra t'ina miaeit t arda, with name, lo eta.
post psld. L. Josas A Co., Nan, N . i
MAY TOXJ TSIXO
Tor uu in Bummer and Wintar.
afakas slothes cleat), sweat a vsry tihite
WITHOUT BOIUNU er MCALIIN
No Bough nands I
No Yallow Clothaa !
Ne Wash Boiler I
No Bteaw in tbe Houae f
(..uaraoUted under S'O penalty aot te In
jure emulates, suit superior Tor Tuilet sad Hbav -
&ll at Stores, or a family package tjiri b
tent, eapreae obarses prepabt, on receipt of
dollar aud fllty seats. One rellsbfe denier
wauled at every prominent uuialaa aaul, )iiu
k'.aa a liberal arraucrtwaul will I
r. m. iiddaXI.
surTt-dawJnt .' Kt Merket Hi.. PkiU
Aim flsUmfl -
afctfai atven vs at th National Ctplie.l
. AMD TUU OAJCPAION OP i)7o
Jutt the tiook fur the lliuea. tliiM a lull liialury
of the Nslioual Capital and tioeruiuvut. bluiwa
how the sovcrnuwut has breu mauagwl aim iu
orgsalaatlon. Knplalua bow lutis are put
Utrouahrouirrest. tiires s lull ldatory of the
W hlaky frauds sad Itelkaap Kiwudal. II Miv.
the lives of Usres, Wheeler, Tildea and Ben
drfk, Oraofl chsnot fur Agents. Addrraa.
"-i.-wir j. Hj CHAMtttK, m. Iuit.M.k