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CTBU8 S. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
f NW York.
f r V-Prldnt.
THOMAS A. HKNDKICK9,
f Indian, ,
rKCftllETIAI. tl.UTOMt .
Win. J. ALLEN, of JarWwn rvunty.
Wm F. COOLBUAOH. of t ook inr.
1st Dis't ThomU Hoyne,
vd " -S. 8. Hayee.
4th " -Thoa. B. Coultsr,
ith " W.C.Green, "
cth " -James B. Eckel.
Tth " -Oao-B.lIa.rttn.
cth " O. W. Bollock,
Hh " I.. W. Jamea,
mth " J. W. Davidson,
nth " W. E. Swing-,
l-'vh " -Cbarlea- A Key
l:ith " C A. Roberta.
Hth " O- B. Fioklin,
1 r.th " H. N . Biahop ,
16th ' J. J. Phillip,
rth " - O. A. Walker.
lth " J. P Johnson.
lth " J.M-Crebs.
of Kcn.-iU county.
ARCHIBALD A. GLENN,
of Orows county,
Kor crftary of Mate,
S. Y. THORNTON,
of Coo V county.
Kor State Trcawrer,
fr Clint '0 count) .
Ksr Attorney General.
of 1Ogin county.
Congressional District Ticket.
of Randolph coiiKIV.
For Mfmlitt State lUard of K'tialitiun.
OLIVER P. HILL,
of Cuius county.
Se atonal District Ticket.
l or Mute Senator fiftieth liitriet,
of Union county,
Kor tUprccntalivea in tlie IBiilnture Fiftieth
FRANK. M. AONEW,
of Jacluon county.
JOHN H. OBERLY
uf Alexander county.
Wliile much msy be aecouipllahed by
these method, It initht ucoursK delusive
civil erl.-e lu this country will b coui
( lute aud pertnauebt until its tulet magis
trate 1 lonslitutlonaliv disqualified lor re
flection; experience buviug repeats Jly
tapo-t J toe futility of self-inipo6d rvstric
tiuti by candidate or Incuiitbents.
Through tlii solemnity only can he be ef
fectually delivered from bit grcalnl teuipta
tiou to ui'.suse the power and patronage
with wblci the Executive is necessarily
charged. iKrora Farauel J. TiUlen's letter
The nutter motives of humanity concur
with the material interests of all in requlr
ibg that every olmtaele be removed to a
uompletH aud durable reeoueiiiatlon le
tween Wludrjd population om-e uniiutur
ally e,lruU(.'ed,ou the bi recognized by
the St. Loui platform, of the "coDtitutlon
of the United State, with it amendment
uuivemlly accepted a a final settlement
of the controversies which engendered civil
war." But, io aid of a result so beneflrlent,
the moral Influence of every good citizen, as
well a every governmental authority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
their just equality before the law, but like
wise to establish a cor Jll fraternity and
good will among citUens, whatever there
rice or color, who are now united in the
oe destiny of a 'common self-government
If the duty shall be askiguetl to tue, I aliould
not fail to exercite the powers with which
the laws and tbe coostitution of our coun
try clothe ita chief nm(Utrte, to protect all
lu citUcm, whatever their former condi
tion. In every political and personal right.
(from Samuel J. Tilden's letter of accep
We nun nee the Jittumptlun ilamc
tf the act of 1875, and tee here dc
maud itt repeal. Xatlonnl Demorattc
Sot u liCH the fruilt of uuluMry are
gathered for tlie vte of the toiU-ri, that
t)if are not wanted Ly the profligacy
fraud or peiulation of your puttie
oynti. Gov. TildiH.
fcTl.lDISiU BV HAYES 151 THE
HOCK OF HEED.
We hava been told from the tltst that
Governor Hayes belonged to a new order
of men and. things in the Republican
party; that be would cut loose from the
Grants, Blalaot and licit naps, and take
to his bosom the poets, reviewers and
closest reformers of the party, What are
the facts? His first dispatch after the
nomination was sent to blaiue, briny and
tearful. Tlie men who secured hi nom
ination were Don Cameron, sou ol Simon
Cimerou iid Oliver P. Morton ; tlie head
ol tlie National Commit toe which is en
trusted with hi canvass, is Zachariah
Chandler; tbe bead of the Congressional
Kxa a.f ve Committee, It Simon Cameron
hU chief orator is Robort G. Ingersoll.
who "deplcs aud defies God," aud
bLuphofuea against the Southern
people iMutuapa pott-trwicr are
paying, asaessmenls to help Hayes,
ad j tb whisky thoives are being
nardoned out ot Jail to vole lor him. All
the office-holder from Grant down, are
paying asscasmcnU, in direct violation of
he law. to deloat the one distinguished
reformer we have, ami all Ihe tw
faulter who hate been found out under
Grant's administration, are working like
beaten with hundreds and thousands
who have not been foun t out, to prevent
Tlldtn' election Hnd their own ruin.
And now the I'n-d.b'nt' secretary ot the
treasury and Maine' Irlend. Morrill, of
MHliie. by preventing Hayes' exposure
by refusing to allow Abram H. Hewitt
acre to hi Income tai-retimi. trel-
lent trant l Mayes; bet Irlend. and
Hayes' I Grant's appropriate successor.
Grant help Hayes out Ol ft tight place,
and llaye will be willing to cover up
Grant's tracks, It he should be elected.
Both of them will have 'enough to do.
THKCR SaRKAT IITIIDCIt.
The Republican party ha made It
three treat blunder of the campaign.
and la now Itejclnnirur to reap the fruit
llila U the chronological order :
I. Tliry started the old cry of the
'blood v shirt." Their candidate for
Vice-President, Mr. Wheeler, Ircgaii with
a speech revilin t lie South and retailing
some well-worn lies about the Democratic
house. The result was seen in marked
Democratic g:ilns In the Republican
town In which be poke, and all over the
states. Then this blasphemous intidcl
Robert. G. lugcrttill. has been sent all
over the county, roaring out his Impious
tirades against the South, and leaving
Democratic gain everywhere in his
wake. The "bloody shirt" was the tlrst
great Republican blunder, and it will
bring tuomand of votes to the Detnoe
II. They started out to prove Gov. Til
den a ddraudcr of the revenues and
a thief. Governor Tildon sall nothing
and it Is barely possible he may have
thought that more than three score years
of an honorable life were a tttthVictit re
ply to a charge ot petty tli-diotiesty. Tins
Republicans rushed on, and some made
the whole campaign turn on this single
charge. Now, Gov. Tilden, througli
Juduo Siunot's answer sweeps tlieir
whole flimsy fabric away, and their en
tire compaigu is wrecked. The honest
sentiment of the people will be with him
from this time on. I be American peo
ple stand by a man unjustly, maliciously,
shamefully accused. The income tax
fiasco will cost the Republican party
thousands of votes.
III. The Republican oflieials bave not
complied with Abrani S. Hewitt's de
mand for certified copies of the income
tax returns ol cither candidate, aud at
the same time that Republican papers are
allowed to lithograph Gov. Tilden's re
turns, representative Democratic papers
are denied the privilege of seeing Gov.
Hayes returns at all. Just as Gov. Til
den sweeps away with a single brush ol
the hand this charge, Gov. Hayes goes
under the blackest shadow it can cast,
simply by reason of the action ot Presi
dent Grant's officials and his partisans.
Gov. Tilden let the public Into the
knowledge ot his private affair, simnlv
Hayes retreats behind the barriers of the
treasury department, and rtlme to say
anything about bis Income. Secretion is
confession, and confession in this case
means a loss to the Republican party of
thousand and thousand ol votes.
These are the three great blunder
the three greut He ot ibis lying cam
paign and they will cost the Republican
party the next election.
The IM-uiurraey Aeeutellali U Tky
Keelel so What (bo Sis l.eata
rspers Hs ( satjr Ahxtiil ll.
(From the St. Ixuii Times . )
A BPLKVD1D TKIl'MPB.
The great reform victories of yesterday,
althoujjh partially expected by tbe Dem
ocrats, were none tbe less surprising to
them and astounding to tlieir opponents.
We have succeeded in tbe two pivotal
states far beyond our expectations, and
tlie result virtually ends the heavy work
ot the campaign by putting the election
ol Tilden and Hendricks in November
beyond question. 'Hie Democratic
party and tbe friends of reform every
where may "rejoice with exceeding great
joy" over this glorious triumph ol jus
tice and honesty. Tlie bloody shirt has
been bleached, the corruptionistg cower
under the righteous indignation ol the
people, aud Rutherford B. Hayes, ;the
Kuow Nothing and the Be-Nothing, is
already remanded to his original obscu
rity. Tlie triumph of yesterday means a
dean sweep for relorm In Neveuiber.
The gratifying intelligence was received
yesterday that the elcctious in the great
contested states were progressing qui
etly, with i to disturbances worthy ot
menflon in any quarter, and this was
justly regarded as an indication very fa
vorable to the Democracy, especially in
Indiana, where tbe Radical roughs and
repeaters of Indianapolis seemed to be
held down most satisfactorily. Tbe re.
suit fully confirmed tbe predictions
founded upou these favorable symptoms.
as the returns, although they came iu
slowly, clearly Indicated the election or
tbe Democratic ticket ot Indiana by a
large majority, which may reach beyond
13,1X10 wheu the official figures come iu.
The fact thai the associated press showed
no anxiety to forward returns from Jodi
ana, and positively kept back tbe vote of
the Democratic strongholds, clearly
showed a tremendous Republicau defeat.
There Is no doubt that a epleudid victory
for rclorut has been gained in Indiana,
the lull proportions of wbch may bo at
te ruined to-day.
Returns from Ohio were wore plentiful
as the ansoclated press agent doubtless
calculated ou a brilliant Republic victory
lu thatsUte, but they were scattering and
unsatisfactory, as the associated press
was careful to pick out rural localities
which bad made Republican gains, and
to omit mentlou ol the heavy Democratic
. I .a i f.t .
majorities ana me cities, ju-tunis re
ceived through Uils medium show a
largely increased vote over last year,
aud leave the state In both sides claiming
it. Our private advices assure us that
tbe Democratic candidate for Secretary
ol star I probably elected by 2.ou or
3,000, and hU maorlty may etc-ed these
figures. In both Ohio and Indiana the
Democrats will have at leat a fair major
ity ol the congreMonl delegate.
,. The associated press has not dlegued to
send us anything Irom West Virginia,
as It was supposed that that state would
go Democratic. Our private ad vices
show that the Di-inocrafs bare curried
he state bv a good majority, electing
tbelr entire state ticket and two-thirds of
the legislature. The lk-mocracy ha hud
glory enough tor one day, and we cnn af
ford to await full returns.
. From the St. Lnui Itepnitlir an.i
OHIO AND INltlAXA.
Our return of the Ohio and Indiana
lection, though profuse, are too frag
mentary to Indicate the probable major
ity in either cine. In Ohio the contest
ha In-en close, a the giiin lie re and
there for either side show, and it may re-
niire another day to determine accu
rately which party ha earned the state,
Hamilton county (Cincinnati) l con-
ceded to the Democrats, winch l.
large Dcmccratie gain, a in
1S7.-. It va Republican by There
are considerable Democratic gains ii
Cleveland, also, aud though the Repub-
" .. .. .
licans claim tnc siaic o uini i.tev ma-a
joritr, d,iiw, tne ncmocnos iihc sooti
reason tor claiming it also.
In Indiana, too, thcrobas been a cloe
Mintcst, but as the Democrats nave ine
majority ol 17,000 in 1T to go on, and
as they seem to have held their ow n. it is
probable they have carried the Mate.
The greenback experiment doc? not
seem to have weakened the Democracy ;
William, the Democratic candidate- fur
governor, is very probably elected, and
the wholo Democratic state ticket along
with him and this seems to ajsure the
vote ot the state fur Tilden in NovcfuUcr.
J he returns of the :ongres?ioiial elec
tions are particularly meagre in both
states. t?3 Icr (Democrat) is elected in
one of the districts of Hamilton county,
Ohio, and Canning (Democrat) in the
other. In th Toledo district Cox (Re
publican is claimed to have been elected
over Kurd, (Democrat) the present mem
ber. THE BLOODY SHIRT.
It it Onlv in its Sanauniary Folds
that Hayes Hopes for Shelter
from tne Mining storm.
Hew ! lei Keieraaer .
Mtaaaeir saw .
rrm th Hnn. W. C. Gton' letter la lb
Sleuusavu-v l-"u., i
Sti'BEN vii.is, O., Oct- 4, 1STC.
Hox. R. B. Hayes, Governor of Ohio :
Vnra Excellkscv : Last evening
Irien.l nlaeetl in mv bands a copy ol the
Ohio State Journal, dated October 2, Irom
which 1 clip tlie lol lowing editorial, viz :
A ItemocraUc reformer, eaumif iuiuscm
W. C. Gaston, tuts been making speeches
in Kaatero Ohio, in wiitcn ne says tna.
vate conversation : 'On the question ot
finance, tbe resumption act, and the ne
cessity of reform, we win be uauiy neaten
We must wave tbe bloody shirt and re
Vive the bitter prejudices of tlie war.'
"Ol course oovernor ttayes never
used .such language, publicly or prl
Vatelv. Furtlteruiure, no our v bo knows
Min will believe that be used It, and no
one who does not know him will believe
so when the story is told by a man who.
in the very act of telllosr it. advertise
himself as a sneak. To retail in public
a private conversation, known at the
time to be private, is about as aoiull an
act as a two-legged :reature in tlie shape
of man can be guilty of, but to invent
ueb a conversation and then retuli it 1
1 am the gentleman referred to above
as "A Democratic reformer, calling him-
self W. C. Gaston."
The well known relation which that
naoer sustains to vou as your personal
ore an. would justify me in the belle! that
the denial and brutal attack therein made
were by your order or with your knowl
edge ami annroval. But knowlne as 1
do the Infamous falsity ot that denial and
the consequent gross Injustice of the at
tack; on me, 1 preier ior tne present tne
more charitable view, that both were
made without your order, knowledge or
approval ; or it made with these, that
your memory has utterly failed and
sadly needs reviving. To tbe latter
work let me first ask your attention.
When you visited Steubenville in your
stumping tour of 1873, accompanied by
Dr. J. L. Updegraffot this county, I was
Introduced to you uy mm as uie "sliver-
tongued" Gaston of Steubenville. And
now that I remind you of it, for a pur
pose, you will remember that, on retir
ing from your presence, I took you by
the band and remarked, "Governor, I re
gret that we must defeat so good a man
as you this fall, but it must be done."
Following this, by published appoint
ment of the Democratic Mate Executive
Committee of Ohio, I earnestly aided in
the canvass of the state against you. It
would be strange indeed that, under
these circumstances, you would not
know who I was and what I was doing
during the summer and fall of 1S73.
Whtn tbe canvass opened in Ohio this
fall, the same committee announced me
In tlie leading Democratic journals of tbe
state, as one of the gentk-meu who had
bceu e.-pecially invited by it, to engage
actively in the canvass against you and
subsequently auuouuccd lor me a long
list of appointments in various counties
of the state. Surely so observant a roan
as you, and so much at stake iu Ohio,
did not fail to "be informed and know"
who were the men that were managing
the battle against you here.
It was under these circumstances, and
exercising the right to belicys that yon
would kuow both me and my mission,
that I called at your office to pay re
apecU to you as the governor of Ohio,
on tbe morniug of the lOthol September
last. Not finding you in, I reached the
west Iront of the capitol building on my
return to tbe Neil house, when 1 was
jollied by a gentleman whom 1 did not
then know, nor do now, with whom I
entered into a friendly conversation.
From the tact that Ire told me that he
was iuat from the fc lou of the supreme
court, aud held iu bis hand a cony of
tlie laws of last whiter, 1 supposed him
to be a lawyer and from what subse
quently occurred between you aud him
as to the sUt of the cauvass between
Hurd and Cox lu the sixth congressional
district, I have reasons to believe that he
lives in Toledo. While engaged iu con
veraatiou with biw, you came from tlie
south front to tlie west entrance w here
we stood, and recognizing, called him by
name, and shook bands with him. I
then told you that I bad called to pay
my respects, when vou gave me a look
of familiar recognition took me by the
band, and expressed your pleasure at
meeting me. Vou thea made some com-
monpiaca remark as to our late
slve rains and the inln.'ii financial meet
they had upon the lH,r ,,en
closed. ; . ... ....
You have not forgotten mhiii
slter. I sit ft t-mt Itii : (lllCStlon, Ht)-
ernor, do nor your friend annoy you
ntilte a tnncb a your enemies and
mat you sinllinglv repneii. ir. '"
they do; my cneinit' annoy me but lit
tle ; niv Irleiul. a great ileal. My ques
tion Imil tnirirott'il ly I "e niei.
which you will remeuiber, tnat you were
Vigorously bntton-boieti o ')
o-.iillinnn .l.l!iltnsl some Ilimuie-,
ii.iino.llufi.H- siti- vou bad turned the
corner ol tlie tinili1inr on the west Iront.
A on then askeiiyou inenti ir
anv doubt aa to th? election f Cox. and
dieused with Mm the state I hi can-
va for some minute, alter wntcii you
pnntlniipii -itii nn txnrelon of your
views noon the eeneral canvass. I stood
tiv silent listener. Vonr Mend made a
remark about the wonderful uprising of
the people in 140. and you repneii mat
"that political upheaval was owing en
tirely to the desire of the people for
change." Yon then immediately pr
eceded to say that the desire existing nt
present for change was due to our finan
cial disasters, depressed industries and
general bard times. Vou immediately
added, as you remember them, these
words: "On the question of tltiance.
the resumption act, and the necessity of
reform wc will be badly beaten." 'This wn
indeed, an uncxHttcd statement for mc to
Jiear from you. w hat unnK rou. sir, wj
Ainv astoniaiinicnt wnen. wiuioui n mu
. . . ... ... .
- . . ,hefC rSiM.t
wonts, vi: "nemusi uaiiK mc is.-ne-.
We mu-t wave the Moody shirt, and re
vive the bitter prejudices of the war."
They were burned into my soul ami
memory a witn an iron seeming iint
from the lit iest litrua v. Mark me. Gov
ernor, I do pot say that you used these
last words in substance. I soienini
aver, as in the presence of my Jtnkcr.
that you used tbe very words. Thoe
and none other. And now, if your mem
ory Is still at fault, permit me to remind
vou of another statement made in ironic
list connection, which will aid in its cor
rection. Do vou not rcmeinler ot say
ing tliis? "lilainc wrote mc from Maine
that, until the ljt three weeks of their
canvass, their tuuiiers hail devoted
nine-tenths ol tlieir siarecims to oi.c.u-
sion ot finance ami civil service relorm
and onlv onc-tcnthfV'waTlng the bloody
shirt." tiud that they were losing ground.
but that l bey changed tactics, and diinng
the last three weeks devoted nine-tenth
of their s iieeches to "waving the bloody
shirt., and only one-tcntn to "civil ncr-1
Vice TCKirUI Z .Mill Ul UU IIUI n innn- I
- , I. . , , ... a .... .
iter inai nntni iuaie tins siaicnieiu, juu
added. "Gentlemen, wu netnl not uncus
at the effect the election is over and we
know the result "f"
And uow. your excellency, are you
still incredulous and forgetful as to hav
ing made the statcmeut relerred tor If
so, permit tne to remind you of another
statement made also in immediate con
nection with it. Do you not remember
that you made this remark ? "Bob Inger
soll's (you called bira Bob,') long speech
ot two hours in Columbusconsi.ted of
nothing but holding up the dantrers of a
united South against a united North."
You did say so and you cannot have for
Let rue remind you lurther, governor.
Don't you remember of saying in the
course ol the conversation that, 'Tilden's
canvass has been a blunder from the
beginning," and "that his hobnobbing
with Gov. Hendricks at Saratoga ami the
delay ol hi letter ol acceptance has lost
him the confidence of the people r" And
surely you have not forgotten that you
said of your opponent : "Tilden never
was anything but i cunning Tammany
tTieeTecflo'n had "taken "place last fall,
three weeks earlir-r than it did, I should
have been beaten an.lUO vote." But whv
weary you with further rernir.dersr li
these avail riot, the entire conversation
would prove unavailing.
And 'now, governor, if in view ol thee
reminders to the truth of what you al
ready kno w, you persist in authorizing or
approving tbe denial herein relerred to,
you must pardon me lor saving, sir. that
It will be at the expense ot your truthful
ness, honor aud manhood. For you do
know, a you live and your Divine judge
live, that the statement herein made
is true in sub-tauce and in tact.
The statement made were made
without asking of confidence on your
part, or granting on mine, They were a
you well know without solicitation and
voluntary. The truth is that you failed
to remember me aright, and in the sim
plicity ot your heart iumpted to the eon
elusion that 1 wa a Republican. Until
tlie first ol them was made 1 had no
reason to doubt, nor did doubt, but
that you knew who I was, aud that 1
was engaged in the canvas ot the state
In aid of your defeat. 1 submit to you
therefore, that it is gross abuse of term
to characterize me a a sneak for exer
cising the right and performing the high
dutyot letting tlie people of the I'nited
States know what manner of spirit they
were placing In the control of the gov
ernment, when they were electing you
to the presidency.
It only remains for me to add that
these statements are subject to verilica
tion by my solemn oatb, whenever
you shall request it. I would regret
tliat your denial, it made, should be ac
credited likewise, for being so done, you
would have added moral jterjury to con
Willi kind personal regards,
I remain your oltcdient sevrant.
W. c. Gaston.
C. r. Hankers suiter Wise mt iron
hss never been known to fall in the cure of
weakness, atteadsd with symptoms; Indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weskne, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweat, cold feet,
weskne. dimnm or vision, languor, uni
versal lattituds ot tbe uiuaeular tfttcm,
enormous appetite wttb dyspeptic 'symp
tom, hot hands, flsabing of the holy, drr
net of tbe skin, pallid eountenaore and
eruptions en tbe fare, purifying the blood,
pain In the back, heaviness ol the eyelid,
frequent black spot flylog before tbe eyes
with temporary suflisioo snd los of light,
want ol attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of
Iron. It Haver faiig. Thousands are now
"0,iDl b.M,tn hare ued il. Take
ouly K. F. Kunkel's.
Beware of counterfeits and base iinita
tmas. A KuiAtl'i Bitter Wiue of Irou Is
so well known sll over tbe couuliy, driiK
Elsts tuemselvetiiiakssntmiutlon and try
to sell it ott to their customer, when they
call lor Kunkel's bitter Wine ol Iron.
Kunkel i Bitter Wiue of Iron is put up
only in 91 bottle, od b a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with tbe pro
prletors Photograph on tb wrapper ol
each bottle. Altrsyslook for the pbeto
arsph on ib oif.xids, and you will always
be sure to act the genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for 5. Hold by druggists snd
uealers Cfsi Twber
ALL, WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
tM. Kl.lnkl's Worm Syrup never fails
l?.1??,r'Jr ,l lB K' Womacli Worm.
ur. Kuukel, tbs only successful physician
?!h-0- 1u.?v;, ' P Wot ,w0 "
anre, with head, sad no fee until removed,
Cobjiuou sen, teichss that If Tape Worm
,'mo1, 11 oiir worm ean be readily
destroyed. .,,, lor circu,r itr. Kun.
Wei. Mo. Ui Mortb Ninth street, Philadel
RrJ rf on your drugtrtst and ak
.,liu Kunkel's Worm Hjrup.
rrite. tt.uo. It never lalls.
" sWtrss. rfUsAaJst'C
dU. u-r Unjk.
rM TV ltiM HLfaHB TMK Pi'MUU.
DR. C. PLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
MMlia cnimtenaiii.; is Jul.- ami
l Icatleit-col'ircil, with ci-ioiul
Hushes, or a ircuinsi i ibci! spin on
one or both cheeks ; the eye become
(lull; the iti)ili dibit! : an aureseini
rircle rum along the lower ec -litl;
the nose is it ritated. swells, jml .onic
tiivus bleeds; a swelling of the upper
lip; occasional headache, with huui
ining or throbbing of the cars; an
tinu ,ii il secretion of saliva ; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, jr
tictihrly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnaw ing sensation of tlie stoimch, at
o'.Iurs, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
iit the stomach; occasional nausea
a i l vo-.nitin; violent pains through
o it thj a'.Hlo.oen ; IniwcU irregular,
;V :i.ivii co .live ; stools slimy ; not
n lUv'i'tcntly tinged with blood;
i !lv swollen and hard; mine tur
bid: respiration occasionally difti
t t't.a -.1 a- t otnpanicd by hiccough;
;t imw ami aisuinc:l sleep, wtiu
en idmgof the teeth ; tetnpvr varia
'b'l, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever tlie above symptoms
are found to exist,
lU. C. M'.LANK'ri VERMIFUGE
Will tcrtainly effect a cure.
II 1'1S NOV CONTAIN MUM-TRY
in anv form ; it is an innocent pixpa-
j r itio'i, itjti t fable vf doin the srf.-f-
i injury lo in; most tender tnfry.t.
'Hi. genuine I)R. MLank's Xr.z-
i Mtvr.u b-'arj the signatures of C.
M'. LvNEand Tl.KMlNO BkOJ. on liu
DR. C. M?LANE8
Th:2 Pilh are. not recomnieuded
n it i ciiudy lor " oil the ills that
ll.sh i hoir to," but in affections of
the Liver, mid in ail Bilious Com
plain;, Dypepsia aud .Sick Head
a c'.rj, or diseases d" that character,
they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
r" li.'iter cathartic ran le used
p. T;iar.itory to, or after taking (ui-
A a imj!e purgative they are
n i ii':.ied.
BLWARG Of IMITATIONS.
lkch box has a red wax seal ou
the lid, with the impressiwu Dk.
MVL.v.vL'a Livt-K rn.lj.
Each w rapjter bears thesiguatuivs
' oiY f.y Mf esjJjLK'aruMWU
aud cuiinti y storekeepers generally.
HAVJt YOU TaikO
For use in Bummer and Winter.
alskss sUabt elms, wst sad vry atiiu
WITHULT ksolLlNti or St'AI IilNtt.
Mo Bough H&nda !
Mo Yellow Clothes !
, Mo Wash Boiler!
Mo Steam in the House !
Vasranled under 'J mbs1(7 su( tu lo-jurct-luihrs,
an.l superior tor Tullstsad rttiav
Ibjf. Sold at Storss, or a family pscksc will U
sttit, rliiivs cbarasB prepaid, us receipt of us
dollar sod fifty usst. Ob rsluUs Ussier
wsott-d si fr proiuiont point ss scant, wlllt
whuia a lilw-ral snsausTsmeat will bs uaJe.
F. H. IIDOAIX,
att-22-dsw.'m ' luCUavkelM.. fbila
Wili, of course, wish to ee all the eights
comforUbly and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOUTHERN K'V COMPANY
has, through it connections la tne Was
and Northwest, placed on sale a large
number of Tourists' Excubsiox Ticaars
at rrsatly reduoed rates, by which passen
ger can not only visit the Centennial Kx
hibltlon at 1'hllaoelphta, but can, in addit
ion, visit the principal eastern cities, with an
opportunity of stopping at any ol the great
number of famous resorts in New York
and I'sonaylvanla. The CANADA BOUTU
KBN i the ouly line Irom the west running
directly to Niagara f alls, giving pauses.
crs, from then sin, a wonderful panoramic
view of the .MIGHTY CATAKACT,
HOHstSHOK FALL, the GREAT1
it Al'I r. and landing them directly at tbe
r ail. The track of tbe CANADA SOUTH
KKN Is an airline, laid with steel rails ot
the heaviest pattern; there are no curves
or grades; wood i used lor fuel; Coaches
are furnished with the Wincbell Paten
i ntilstor, ensuring pi elect frssdom from
dut. With its complete intern ofmsgnif
.ntl'AULOKSLKEPlN AND DfUW.
ISH BOOM CAKS from CHICAGO
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, and its admir
able connections at NIAGARA KALlJi
AND BLTr'ALO with the NEW YORK
CKNTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, tbe
Canada (Southern is fast becoming tbe
FA VOBITE Ll NE TO THE EAST. Tickets
via Ibis ttopular line can be procured at at
offices of -connecting lines, or at tbe com
Any information can be obtained by ad.
dressing FRANK E. SNOW,
Oen'l !'. and Ticket A't. Dai fcoir.
Sfcsls . ETents st ths
AMD TMK OAMPainu 'rvm
Jual Hi Itosk fur Ik tiiu. Ulvss a lull bislory
of tlie Nstiunsl Capital aBdUoverasusat. bkows
how tits goveramrat hss been manag-ed liars It
organization. Explains bow iobs sis pat
Hi rough congress. GWes a lull history of ta
W'kiaky frauds sad Hetkuap Hesudal. It Sir
the lives of 11 re, Whcslcr, Tlldsa and Ilsa
drlrks. Orsad chance for Agvnt. AddrMS.
-l7-ww J-H CHAMBKlfa. Bfc lx.ols.Ma
SIXTH STREET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AMD COMMBBCIAL
H acufacture his own Horse Ehoss aad
eas Aaauxe Oood Work.
PATROlf AGE aOLIOITED
J DIM I BH
Leading Journal of Southern
rr, roK 7 a
Will steadfast!) oppose tbs pelivles of rlie
KspublU-an party, and rsluse to be Usui
milled by Ibe dictation of say vlltju In tie
Itbeasvcsthattbe Kspullltiaa party hss
full 11 d Its nultsloa. and that tbe Dwo
irsllv varty as now orga1 J iLouto t e re-
stersd to powsr.
It believss tb Ksdiosl tyranny t
lor sevsrsl rests oiirsisid tbe South
ibeuld be evsitbtowa sad the people cl lb
Southern buui piraalttsd tu eotuoi ltu
w a atfsirs.
It b:llsv tbst istilwsd rorpoistlou
should be protibitsd by li'tlv ebat
iuaU frout sstoitiitg and uLjuliy ilinxuu-
.'4 " i-utiaii, UStiakkUvbS With
It rcvognUss tb equality o ta
lon at law.
it sdvoeats its tiauirti UrlA for
it adfovatcs rtauuiptloa el speii pay
Asm, sna boast payusbt ol Its pubils
It advocates SwubOBty in Us sdaaieUlrs-
tlon of public sd.lr
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Bulletin will publisk all the hnei aew
ot Cairo, aad a variety of Ceiunerclal, Fo
ItUoal, Foreign aad Ueastal News, ana etv
icsver to please all tastes aad latere! ail
T li E
Is a thirty-twe column pspsr, turnisbeu to
subscribers for tbe low price ef
$1 25 PER TEAR,
Postage prepaid. It Is Ibe cheapest paptr
la the Wees, aad Is a pleasing Firesiue
11 to rand Family Cempaalen.
Caanel fall te tee the unrivai Indme
menu of sred by The ttuiictia la lbs wn
I oheap and treatable advsrtlsemsufs.
(OFTXCS OS PABLOS)
(Until yss hsvs ia and trleJ Stir tw)
(A8 WE GUARANTEE FOR IT)
(TtlBcl coitifflioi cl Ittl ail Cass,)
(laiHl Unit or io tort or Clslt,)
( rtrst-tate Drill will turn eairol ol tio rm.)
QmU k TERT STCOSO
AID CSIF02M HEAT.)
An-l tl eenstrscUon of th 8Uwt I o almpte that
tbs liana wlilcli r sspo to lnlnr lial can
b taallr and ,aW-klyplsel t
tbsssost lortMrtf-oced person. We sr liters
(I'-Mqusllsd la UM sswclsl poiBU o(
(Great Meatlna Capacity,)
(Ceonemy in Price.)
Tor I'ric LUU Btadres
mm mnmwi coxrx
612, 6H, 616 3c 18 K. Mill Street;
ST. LOUIS, MO.
O. W. HENDERSON.
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aasra.. lltrr ,uis. Mrava-I Ulwiw.
lit ale. b.k aa ai.aiktli , r.
a I , r Itwaia Tar
M Llr a-l lH1lsiat.
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SWvf Sltt.b. a. III. bb llr L.l mui alwli b ti..a.tJ,
SUrir. taklbS ttou. II..- .i.i ..( Ikll.iU . I S,i,.
l.a D W.rir,ii,.
1 tak vMaauia lu lr.iii,,n; ttal lit tu.ak a 4u
ra baa ui.d u... u s-t i il.I .tt., iu.n, , i it..
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tc.u4Uba. I am st u;.)ii.g Uu. u.n,
ba .-f latlkft ,.
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t'ol. TliuriilwU ! rli lb.b Hi - . .....u. .li.ler tf
au lailiaba aiiu.iit iu lb. i .iu il. ukiajai -ataa.
en.. Si. W III arbJ I r iu i! Lu Jruau J ft vt
kt.Klbaui. aVult.it bw..k c,.,.lali,ii. sta.b laiuabM
tbturuiativu abxtil ibia a-uudai lul li ,ui.
Dr. D. . FaircbiU, Frog., Cu.iita'J, 0.
LIS rj tLIng lual.lc
t valoat.lo HOLalaKd IrkVkK
tt LlVbtt r-ali-, u,t Lk ,ui
jt nit Atjt kiiu
Iba Isai ur faara Willi s batii.u.l leouiaiivii ,. r
A9U IMirAtBb by clum.r iui,r .a. ai t-u.br
otuar bsbks. Duyut sr s drjjr ., ,.n,,. , .
Iiur th.i w BiKh it uiki. THI V MiKii.rf
I H t OH -, aottan up to a-li ,iu ti ,r..iiHil . ,1. .
auulaa. Miv NOSK HI T Hoi M b HKAMIMt
HI ''K.TC HI! A W It StfiK A 1 1 :a ib-rd,, u.oia
MtaanaoiMimerjl ami 'mi- all uu.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la Ike Mraatl 1114
Which has stood the test of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameneae it will not Cure, no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicta the Bu.
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its meg io touch.
A bottle costing 260., 50o. or 91
has often saved tne life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Ueefulnoas Many a Valuable
Whttui. a Uu loth dsy uf Auril, A. 1'.
It;., JobB H. fhilli. sad Hscbel J. fhUlia bi
wife, tssailted slid dslivsrad lu Ilia UBdsrMtfUt-J,
lor the uuritos of aruuring lbs imycuwail ur s
tsrtsin uroiulstuiT uulc lawtatla iurttUoad,
trust dtS to ih fidlcaln ilrciil .rswse.
Ur-Wll : IaA uuiubrrad ig'" ' 1"ilblk
t ..... iA. i iu,riil alii. lll.Mr.lM
HMiHiami am, - , " -
ud wba-rsa dsrsull ba ItMMt Atsds la th fa, -sasatof
all aoks. kiow, lea-fsurs, iu uiu
an.s of lit authority .tuafarsrd by sswt butt
W1. 1 will tit boa dxrflird praruia. .
t uubllo vndu, to Ih lilrtMt lditr, fur
taab la bsnd. si Ibsoonri hotias door is c'slru,
llliuuls, un SMuriay , ma pit usy or tteiooei ,
A I.ril , llflu ..I V A..l..f.U n,
liuur ol s o cloi l
said dJF. sa'd sal to be without ra4ilipiiou.
Al. kku a. SAtrOltU, Trusts
IjBEKM AWILBEKT, AUwiosy. f,-l
$55 1 11.
Weak to agrat. Ssntpls IV.
O. VICKlltY, Anifuals, Warn.,