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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28, 187G.
Tke .wielaja ttetaralaf Heard t
Mrlhotf mt Mating Hayr tm
al Tllalea t.
Th Horn el nrttiftMt In el- IIS
Xtw Ori.kaxs, Nov. 5. Tim return
ing board met at 11:30. Present lor the
Kepublicaiis, Messrs. Stouzlitcn, Van
A lli ti, Wilson, ht-lley ami l'ark.Tifor
the I teiiiocrats, Messrs. I'ahuer, Trum
bull. O. B. Smith, Biflcr an.l Julian.
Tlif niiiititet haiti(f Utn rend .lu'l
poftbrd iuriffst'a the order for the pro
duction ot l lie East ISaton Houj(c ballot
txnei wan not in tiie miiiutet.
Oov. Wells said ths entry wonM tx
made la the minutes to tie adopted Mon
day. BKfilTSIXO OK THK KXI.
Oov. Well stated that he must dis
pense with the reading ot any protests
or tnotloni before the board ; thrtt all
evidence must be In before the close ot
the cominjr week, or the bo;ird would
not lie abl to get through with its delib
erations. that Vacancy,
Col. Zaekarle Inquired whether the
board had determined to till the vacancy,
at it was the more neceary to have a
representative on the board toward the
close ot the deliberations than at any
Oov. Wells stated the board had nwver
takeu any action on the matter.
Col. Zacharie !-ked if the board had
passed upon any of the applications.
Gov. Wells said there had only been
one presented, that relative to lJr. Ken
tieday. Gov. WelU intimated that the Demo
crats had lost any elaim to representa
tion on the board by Mr. Arrayo's resig
nation. He aid the board would try to
till the vacancy if it could agree on any
Col. Zacharie stated that the board
Friday had instructed nn offlter to go
after the returns of Morehouse parish
now In the rlty, but the ofticer hud de
clined to do so on the ground of being
so ordered by the board.
Gov. H ells replied that the board did
not consider they had auy right to Uke
the papers during the absence ot the su
pervisors. MORK CVNXIXU.
Col. Zacharie said he could produce a:i
affidavit to the effect that returns irom
Franklin parish, Democratic parish, had
been several days in the otlice ot ttie
Southern Express company. They were
direeted to the state registrar, Hhn, but
that he had declined to take them out on
the ground that iie coul 1 not pay the ex
Col. Zacharie asked if the board would
take steps to procure them.
Gov. Wells said the Itoard had no fund
to pay the charges. The legislature had
failed to make an appropriation, and the
members of the board were unwilling to
risk their own means when their war
rants were thirty cents on the dollar.
Col. Zacharie said that the Democratic
committee Would defray the ex pluses .
Gov. Wkhlifl'e remarked the charges
only amounted to seventy-live cents., -
CoT. Zacharie having otlered to furnish
the clerk with the means to pay the ex
pense, the board mildly consented to tlte
returns being taken out of the express
CI RTiriKD OOl'IE
tol. Zacharie? askwd if th"o:nd had
come to auy conclusion relative to the
use of certified copies ol duplicate re
turns tiled with the clerks ot the courts
lu cases where the supervisors tailed to
make their returns to the board.
Gov. Wells leplied in tlie negative.
Col. Zacharie nuzfented that this ques
tion came up in tho Baton Houge case,
then under consideration, and he thought
some action should be taken.
Gov. Wells suggested that the point
would be taken under advisement and
answered Monday with regard to send
ing for the t aliot-ooxes ol r-ast Baton
DKONT HAfTE WANTED.
Col. Zucharie staUd that unless the ne
cessary telegram was seut to-uav, me
supervisor, with the boxes, would be uik-
able to arrive in time as he must catch
the .Sunday morning boat in order to
Gov. WelU said it would be done.
Mr. McGloin asked It the Democratic
committee would lie accorded the privil
ege of cross interrogatories to the testi
mony ot Clover, supervisor ot r-asi
Baton Houge, and the three corroborated
affidavits, and Inquired if the board
would order corroborative witnesses to
be present Monday lr
Gov. vteiisrepueti ne couia not com
municate with them.
Mr. McGloin stated that the witnesses
werejrobably in the city.
Gov. Wells stated that the nrivileire of
tilling cross-Interrogatories would be al
lowed, but the proceedings of the board
could not be obstructed under any cir
cumstances, lie said, further, that notice
would be taken of the affidavits presented
by both sides, but adherred to the ruling
that the affidavits should have been tiled
within ten days after making vp the re
turns. Mr. Goutureaux asked If protests
would be entertained after the returns
had been sent to the clerks for compila
Gov. ells answered In the negative.
and said that in the case ot Natchitoches
the supplemental report had come with
the returns, bra iua been overiooiuui.
Considerable discussion ensued on tlo
question ot how long a time would be
given lor tiling affidavits after the case
came up, it being urged by 'Jol. Zacharie
thala great pile ot amjavits. etc.. uau
been tiled in the East Baton Rouge case
Col. Z. desired to know if there was
not some limit to this tiling ot affidavits,
otherwise the Democratic court Would be
unable to tell them, and the testimony
tin the other side was all in.
To tbis Oov. Weils made no detinue
answer, only that time would be given to
get up testimony and cross-lnterrog ato
Gen. Anderson read a letter from Oov.
McKnery asking the correction ol the
statement made Friday that Oov. McEu
ery bad voted lor the Wilds Jauney
Gen. Anderson said he had done the
gentleman an Injustice, and read lrom
the senate journal of MJ showing that
McKnery had voted against tlte claim.
Tbo board then went Into excpoUv
session, and took up the parish of West
In executive session the !oard called
Tor the returns and announce 1 the vote
De Soto Hayes, t;Tilden, 1.30R.
Ouachita Have. 7v3: Tilden. IM'X
Lincoln Have. Ml ; Tilden. I
East Feliciana -Hayes, none; Tilden, 1
West Feliciana-Hayes, J7S ; Tilden. 1
Kichlnnd Have. 277 : Tilden. 070
CaddoHayes, 2.7 ; Tilden, 1.664.
Nrtdine-liayeft, 2.323 ; Tilden, 05.
The votes ot those parislies were not
canvassed, there being contests fixed for
hearinsT next week.
w hen the returns from the parishes
marked "contested" were opened the i
Democratic counsel were allowed to be !
THK RKTI RNS ROM DE SOTO pARIaU
Were brought in and contained in one
package sealed with wax. When the
seals were broken by the members of the
board, there were lound inside the con
solidated statement of votes, commission
ers' statements and tally-sheets. At
tached to the returns were a large num
ber of protests and affidavit.
The secretary of the hoard said the
packages had been received on the 18th
Inst., and such was the entry in his re
ceipt book. The returns, he &Id, UlI
come by mail.
thk trick ir.r.CTt.u.
In the course of the inspection it was
discovered that one of the protests ol the
supervisor, charging general iutimida
tio.i. was dated November 25, and sworn
to in this city before a commissioner ot
the circuit court.
When called upon to exphilu how. a
protest dated on the 2."th Inst., to-day,
could sret into a sealed registered pack
age received by mail on the lsth in9t., the
secretary said he had received two pack-
He was detected by one of the Demo,
cratlc counsel present in the act of making
anotherentry in his book ol two packages
After some delay another package was
produced and found to contain a consoli
dated statement of the votes and com
missioners' returns, but no protests or
THK HOARD 1 TM LXD.
The members of the board were unable
to explain the matter, and Senator Sher
man of the liepublican visiting committee
remarked that there was no use to dis
guise the fact that the returns bad been
opened and protests inserted after the
package of returns had Iwen received.
0,t'ITF. A SENSATION.
The affair created quite a sensation
among the members of the committees
The members of the Democratic com
mute wer very ontspoken la the opinion
that a fraud had been perpetrated and
Republicans did not deny that the aflair
had a very peculiar pect.
NOT THK FIRST TIME. ; ? '
Democratic counsel say that a similar
thing has occurred lit the case ot other
parishes, but that, as they were not ad
mitted, until to-day there was no oppor
tunity to discover the frauds.
.State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, Jan
uary Term, A. D., 1877.
WUliauiW. Huey vs. Kugeae Garasbtv.
Louitunne GaragUty, William 11. UaJ. aV
ficda B. Gale, Catharine Gale, Jacob 11.
tturrougb and Robert L. Wilson, in Chanel-ry.
Affidavit of the noB-rileae or
Kuene Uaratfhty, Louisianne Garagbty,
Wiilisui 11. Gale, Alcinda K. Gale andCatn
ariae Gale, Jacob 11. Burrough and Kobe rt
Li. Wilson, the defendant above named,
having been tiled in tbe office of the Clerk
of said Circuit Court of Alexauder County,
notice is bereby given te the fcatJ non-resident
defendants, that tbe complainant filed
his bill of complaint In said C ourt on the
Chancery side thereol on the 2id day of
November, A. D., 1870, and that a summons
thereupon issued out of said Court against
said defendants, returnable nn the Aral
Monday of January, A.D., IsTT, as Is hv
Now, therefore, unless you, the watd non
resident defendants, shall personally be and
appear tie tore the said Circuit Court T Al
exauder County on tbe first day ot the next
Term thereof, to he holden at the court
boiiMO in the city of Cairo, in said county, on
the llrst Monday of January, A. D , 1X77,
and plead, answer or demur to tbe said
complainant's bill of finplaint tbe name,
and tbe matters and things there,
in charged and stated, will be
taken as couteaed, and a durree entered
aain?t you according to the prayer of aid
KKl'BKN 8. YUCUM, Clerk.
Cairo. Nov. 23, A. D., Is7t. oaw-4w
State of Illiuoui, County el AUxauder
Circuit COitt of Alexander comity,
January Term, A. 1)., 1877.
Henry Wbiteamp vs. fclla Iteid, Andrew
Iteid, Mary 8tubbs,Zepbaniahtubba, Kosa
Burress aud William lluse, in Cbaueery,
To Zephaniah htubhs one of the above
named defendants. Affidavit having been
tiled lu tbe otlice of the e'erk of said court,
that you Zepbaniab Slubhs, on due Inquiry
caunot be found, ou are bereby uoiitied
that tbe complainant tiled Lis bill of com
plaint lu laid Court on the Cbauueryside
and that a summons thereupon isfned out
ot 'iiu court ei'ainn sawi aeienuants, re
turnable on tbe first Monday ot September,
A. D., lb'O, as is by law required, ad that
said suiumout was returned as to you "not'
Now, therefore, uules you, tke said
Zephaniah Mubhs, that! personally Le and
appear belore the said Circuit Court of Al
exander Couaty oa the first day ol the next
term thereof, to be bolden at tue.ceurt
house In the city of Cairo, in said rountr?
on tbe first Monday of January, A. 1. 1877,
and plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, the same,
and the matters and things therein charged
and stated, will he taken as cpnfessad. and
a decre tub-red airainst you according to
tbe prayer of said bill.
KfcX'BKN 8. YOCCM, Clerk.
FisUk.it A Whkelkb, )
November 18, A. U., lS7i. tw-4w
Ut eirtuc of an xmuIIoo t tMAIseiAcd bylae
elan of lite Circuit Court of Alexsniirr O.uuty.iu
Ike Htatrof lllinoia, inbivoror IHiiiil S), liavle,
adioinUtnitor, Ue bouts aoa ol Jkuw J. l'r.
daocaaed. tor tiie mac ef lvl ! Davis, an4
aainat Willuui IL Kaaaiatky, 1 liave In tied uu.
on Ua fullowktK dencribea ureiierty.eitaakMl a
tbe city of tire, Cotiuly of Alcxuadrr, and SUUi
of lllinou. lowitt IjbI Hiuulwnsa Ihlrly (.)) In
Block numlwraa .iri-Se a Ut vrofrly
of tkauul WilliMin II. isaodtukr. wliiuli 1 ikA
atar at public aal at tiie auutb-wwit duor of tli
oottrt aouaa la tha dtr at Cairo, la eaM count T.
on UM Kia-blk tl ut Umtmbut. A. !.. irs. at
(he kour of eleven o'tletk, a,m-( t t
tattaiy saiti eseottuaa
ALt X U. IMViS, li.lf.
fonrr vlaks mciomc thk rt HUv.
DR. C. PLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
fPHli tountenance is jiak and
J lootk'ii-col'jretl, wifli occasional
fluhcs, or a circmnscrilw'. fmt on
one or both checks ; the eyes become
dull; the iwpili dilate; an azure semi
circle run along the lower eye-lid ;
the nose is irritated, swell i.and some
times bleeds; a swelling of the iirijK.T
lip; occaiion.il headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears ; an
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; apjietite
variable, sometimes voracious, witli a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, ?.t
o.hers, entirely gone ; fleeting pain
i the stomach; occasional nau.,ea
a .J vomiting; violent pains through
out the abdomen ; bowels irregular,
at time.; costive ; stools slimy ; not
tinfrei'ienMy tinged with 'blood;
belly swollen and hard ; urine fur
bid ; respiration occasionally t'ini-1
t ilt, and a "'companied by hiccongh ;
co'igh s:j:ii -.times dry and convulsive;
i:iti-.j' r.'i 1 disturbed sleep, with
fri.uling r the teeth ; temper vari t
ble, bit g.'iierally irritable, &:c.
Whenever the above symptoms
ere found to exist,
IR. C. M'XANK'S VKRMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
it ioi:s NOT CONTAIN MrUCVRY
in any forra ; it is an innocei t j)Kr.
rat ion, tii! capable of ,inn the .. !
t)t injury to ihe most t'luu r ;:':.'.
The genuine Dr. Mn.ANf.V Vi ; -MirU.K
b.'.trs the ngiKitua-s of ('.
La ve and TlX-Mino 1Jo on l,z
: o :
DR. C. MfLANC'S
Theso Pill nro not reeonnnendiil
n a unur'y lor "ull the ilkj that
tL-sh ii iJ:r to," but in afi'-ctkuri of
tho Liver, mid in ail liiliou.s l'oni-pluiiit-S
r)y.ij,oia und SUk lKal
nc'hc, or iliK'uit-s of that iharueler,
- ll;y !;t.iud viihout a rival.
AG Ui. A:.tD FEVKII.
N b.'.t.-r cathartic can l3 i;sel
I;-q)aiutury to, oraftor taking tui
i;:ne. Ai a simple purgative they nre
BE V 4 UK OP IMITATION.
vuiiiua ate never sugar
UaAi box luis a red fax seHl on
the lid, with the impreiiu I),!.
aiVLAXK's LlVKR Tft-IX.
, Iaoh wrajijK-r liear.s tliesigiiatiii 8
of C. MLaxk and Fi.i minu lli:.
Sold by all i'. sj."-t:tlih- druggist-:
and country storek iw-rs Ken' tally.
PA 1ST ANDVIIA.
3. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
VaII Paper, Window Glass, W in
dow Shades, Jso.
Always on haoJ, tb oaleUrated iIluaiiaatiDs;
0rair Bleventh Stotet a&4 Waebina
Mothers ran secute l.taltli for their chil-
dra ami rt lor therosul.ea by the of Caa
tora. a perfWtrt substitute for Castor Oil. it
abiclulely harmless, and Is ue )ilasant to take
at honey. Kor WiuJ-Collic aonr atomach,
worm or constipation, lor yountf or old, there
Is nothing in iistuc like it. it W certain, it
is oty, it it rheap.
Caked Breaats, ItiiuiuatUiu, scia
sia, awelling, sprain , stia Joiala, Ian a
acalds, poisouout bin, aud all Drill, bone aud
muacla ailments, can be absolutely cured by tbe
Cantaur liniment. What the White Liniment
la for tbe human family th V allow l.iuiuwut
Is for spavined, galled and lam horse and aul
g,uteof I'eter lowd,decuteJ.
I he BUidaieigaed haying been appointed
Ului.lratrix vf tlx eatal of fU r Uoevd. lata of
aMceiwlyof Alekauder and state of Illinois,
daiMj bereby gisea aotir that h will ap
Mar befur lu couaty evurt f Alai.uiW
aoitnty, at tha court houM tn Cairo, atllwlie
(mi bar term, ua I be third Moastay la IWaoilier
cat, at which ti nw all M.-rou b.io- ctaui..
at aiuil ani nUM ur . on Set and requested
Io ateasMl fur lb purpue of hailag taai aajat ad
uatail All persona Uidelted lo aaid aatahi are
mtiMtled to aaak iMinatdUk payaMM to tb
PUlt.AKKl.lMll A, PA.
This great liiternatloiisl Kxbiliition, d"
signed to eoinmemorate the one hundredth
anniversary ol Auieriean Itidepentlericr,
opened May loth, and will eliwo November
lotti, Ist7i. All the mtions ol tbe world
and all tbe states and territories of the 1 n
lon are participating in this wonderful (
nionstration, brinviiif tnelber the iufsl
eomprebenslve c'llleetion it art treasures,
mecbanical invention, siic.ititlc di.covei
eries, manufacturing ncliietetnents, miner
al specimens, ami" agricultural products
ezer exhibited. 'I lie jrruunds iicvotcd tu
the exbibiilon are situated on the line ol
tbe Pennsylvania Kailroad ami embrace C'HJ
acres of l a'nnount Park, all highly im
proved and ornamented, ou wnich are
erected tbo lartrc.t buildings ever construc
ted live of Ibere covoriiu an area ol tiny
acres and ros'lriR .ri,Oi ii.tsx). Tho total
auuberof building, erected for the pur
poses of tbe exhibition Is near two bun
dred. 1'urinff tbe thirl, days Inline Ihitt ly
l'ollowin( the open nt; nl tlie exhibition a
million aud a yuaiter of people viaiteJ it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE GREAT TEUNK LIME
i FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S
Is tbe ntns. direct: e mvenn ni m,i re. mim
ical way of reaching Pi.iladei hta aiid this
great Kxliihition troin all sections ol tbe
cotiiitiy. Its trains too and from Philatlel
f'hta will pa tutoiifln a rund V utenmal
depot, which tbe vonipany h is erected at
tbe main entrance to tn txliibiiiou
grounds for the ae. ominodatfon of paiscn
Kits who wl b to stop ut or stari irom the
buinerous lar'e hotels contiguous to tln
atatlon aoo tbe hxhihition-a cuiiveiiiem-e
ot tbe greatest value to visitors. n l afford
ed pxelus'rely by the Pennsvlvrnia Kail
oad. which is the only line -rtmti iiiir dnect
o tbe Centennial tuililinp. Kxeurninti
rius will also stop at tlie kiiciiiiipintnt of
be Patrons of UiKliaudry, at Kim htaiiou
on this roail.
Tbe l-eiiusy tvaiiia Huilroad Is the graud
est railway oruanicatlon in tlie world, it
coufolsieveo'thousand miles of roadway,
fonnlng continuous hues to Miiladclpbi.
New York, Baltimore, and wa.bintim.oTer
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from Chicago, St. Louis, .oiiis ille,ciu
( iiuiati, lndittiispolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie wiibous chati;e.
its main line U laid vvlte double and third
tracks ol heavy fteel rails.upon a deep hei
of broken si one hallat, iim1 it. l.ri!;lis a'e
all of iron or stone. n a.s tiger trsins
are equipped with cv cry kno.vn improve
ment for eoiuiort aDd s l ty. And are i mi at
lasier Mpueu lorrcater ilistanci s tbtu the i
trains ol any linu ou the rou'Jnrnt. The
company nas Urely incea.'-ed it-i eui.
nieut tor Vedtennial travel, and will he ire
pared to build in its own shops, at iliort
notice siittieleut t fully accoimnoitate uny
any extra demand. The uiiP'iuailcd re
sources at the comiuMid of the eomanv
ol the company guarantee the mot perfect
accommodatious lor all i:s patrous during
the Centennial Kxliitilion.
Tbe maniticeut scenery lor which the
Pennsylvania Uailroad i so iustly celebra
ted presents to tbe traveler ovt r i's perlect
roadway un ever-clianini' panorama of
river mountain and land-cape views uue
qualcd ill America.
The eating stations on this line i.ih un
surpassed. Meals wil! he furnished nt suit
able hours aud arc pic- time allowed lor n
kxcursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all tbe priiicipiil railroad ticket
othces in tbe West, Northwest ar.d South
He sure that your tickets rea l ia the
(real Pennsylvania route to tin Centen
Kit ASK THOMSON, I). M. l;YI),.lr
lieu. Manager. (len. Pass'r Agf
THE NEW MAGAZINE,
RECORD the YEAR
Hl UTil MMBEK (JII.V) REAlV TO.
With a fine Steel Portrait of A. T. Siewar
bUCmeer, bratii, W ill und 8uccssion.
Aud iMrsidea the nuiqiie and valuable I'inry ol
iiuporlmit cuU ami occurrences liuoulioul
tlie world, tins miiulwr twnluiua, atnoiix tu
bundled other arliclva, Ihe lOllowinK points id
guaeti Vtctoi'ia'l New 'iule.
Ir. John Hull's Auril riilloph.-rt (I'uoIhI
'I he true Auieriuiiu a cimraclei i.lic i'oeni.
WasliinKton a Marnhul ul i ruure.
.leKQ iuirviow's tancy.
Ne llorve-Car I'oeuy, lor April.
Dam i'cdro'a Cliarvcteriiiiii s.
A Whist 1'a
'artv iu tlie A ik
Thn-e I'apitalisu Astor, Stewart, Vuinler'dil.
Hark i w.iii ui iiors Auction.
Kir.l Keinale. fxdityist at Vai.tiiutfton.
'Ihe liirl ol Sevil e a Hpuni.h I'i.eiii.
lloyalty in tlie l uitedsiale.
Artemiia Ward's I liaraclrr ami I'ecnluritie..
Moullily Uecordol' Congress, etc..
'lhinif. to.lluiUjhrd at. popular nd t.,. hiuf
poems, .ketclie , incidents, Ac, in such attrac
tive variety, that it forms the richest uniouutof
valuable ami cntertainmjr leading .linnet ever
rnibracd iu a loatfaxiuu.
This new rerliMllcal.wlncb baalrealy rcaon
ed iN'h au euoriitoiis uopuuu n , u
tometliing new an.f orinml iu the way of a
5.Moiulily Alagaxiue. Hum a aorl of kefereura
Sjcrap-llook, or monthly record of important
rveuta thai happen in any part or Ihe world,
with a aelecuou ol the luo.t popular uiicllauv
ol the onus ut month, pr.ie nu.l portry, loreiu
and Jome.uo tdite-l by I ran. Moonr, of the
' Iti belliou Kec-onl."
Ileautifully printed, with an elegunt Ste l for
trait ol the mo.t pi oiuiru-n' rMiii of the mouth
iu each Nuuiue .
One of (lie mcst entu Uiuing aud aluable nrsl
clatliuolithlv iiiiurnzine ever i.uel. I'riiv, "
cent mouth, or ' ! l.n a eir's .nUM-rlp-tion-tHja:c
paid by the publis-hera.
early tub.criplion begin with sny
0. W. CUAUETOXft CJ., PnbUshers,
Maduun Snuaie, New York.
8IXTJT BTBKET, Between OHIO
.iuYk. AND fcOMMKHCIAL
BtaiwJbvetuM hist own Bores Sboaeti4
a Auura Oewel Werk.
. FATHOWAQE iOLlClTEB .
Li Stewart I h
Wabash Avenue and Wash
A Largo and Well Se
lected Stock of Foreign
To Which They Invite the
Special ATTENTION of the
NAD om.t nv
Oak Hall, Boston, Mass.
It riubrace. aililie lt quuliiir. ol'lhe t relnh
ami I' lem-h Mi't. uiel i pal ticiilurly ailaplml to
the reuhvnieinsirihr A mn irnn hunter.. It i
muls irum !uck (lea'l imis slinle).vraicl'pronlcil
lT patent pinct... nnl mrliriilHr attentUin is
iilven to tlie riveting- of nil ili iarket corner.
anl e. iiir.ut-nn i: of nil ihe bullous.
Prioa of the Suit complate, includincr
Coat. Vaat, Trouaere, Bat, or Cap anU
Scn't Pawtufllif order, i.wli sent C O. D If
.reltrrel. lo il.e irad we make liberal d.t-
hi I K. roll Mn. i.KHit.-W.itl. TlnMtst.
Inxi le Mum of flitic. Ini'le t earn ol trulictrs ,
sue ol hea'l l ntmu lirirlit ani1 vrright.
Sen'l lor circular. A'tiiress.
G. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Oak Hall, Boaton, SCasa.
Wind-Proof, Flannel Lined
Leather Vests and Puis.
UT IN VVKIi.lir AN. sTSU-ill
AiTurdiugaa hiii lint of ciulnit unil pi-olenion
IteielororeiU-eiueil tuponil!e ece4 in cuun.i.
lioH wilhheitvy, cluui.y giirtlienK. -
M.iik oxlv ur
G. W. SIMMONS & SON,
lilllKilters ol I liglill I Inter Overcoats,
OAK HALL, .... BOSTON, If A3 8
llca.Viilniterv f. r Military f",ii.ls and
V e IhI:i e lhe.-e to-e I lie I nt prutcctorsaain i
lai e:ith.-r eei te iel. ii nil the vriv incut nii:
inei Willi l .n mMm lias lol ih to nmnill'ac
lint- a I .Hire -toi'k lor lliw pi-e.-i.nl- neuxuo. Ill
pre s (ivtlin ed ' per cent, rruiii i.it cnr'e) sr
very ruomtlilc; 7 lor tile est, fi f.r tliv isck
el. If pie ei ii.l, we Will make Id order, from
HKimire. t tlie tiiie price. Senil I'or ( in iilnr.
MeuiUice ii(U.itJ iv siiilplv lhe: 11 re ant. .
Wuict, . IllMilr seiim of ulrajvc, . ,tlcutioll
lici III and weicbi.
G. W. SIMMONS & SON, Oak Hll
617 SL Charts street, SL Louis, Mo.
A KtvUr fnSMU .ft. irttet CflllH ku tma Imir
noi4 tn ts. .dmIU tfMun.ai r ftu Vtncral, BcxuaX
and Chroma IA.qn.M in. a . .ther rtiitciulabt,
Vtuim. a. oil pmpr. tiwm, .ail .il 014 rwwlmu kuo.
Syphilis, GoiMrrhoa, QUat. Strietura, Or
chitit. Hernia, os Rupture, all Urinary Oiiaatta
and Syphilitic er marcurial affaetione ef th
threat, akin er beaat, ar maMd with aapwn.iM
mm btMl MlMktln. nrAiwlr H.f.1.. PrivaUlr.
aprasatorrhcaa, Sexual Debility sad I m pot
ency, a. um rwull t Bit-iiM la ywith, Niul awiei
In m.inryut,orOiar oiumi. aod which prodoo. ease
of Ui. foltovt.f rflMt.i MrN.at, emlaal iU.l .
d.bluty,4tmOM.f .l,b,4fMUr. meaiorr. plmf :c oa tb.
M, phru.- oo.r, aiarawia iaacUlT.rvl.MAfu.loa
of I1.M, Ijm r Miutl fKiW.r, au.. r.ud.rlDg Darrlaa
tmproperOTunnappF,ar.irs.aaBU; wra. fioua
(M i nawi ta u. .iwr. Kat la Ml miiiji
tut taa fotuf .lamp. CmmuIuumi al eSe r ky ai.U
rrM. aadia.lMS.amillruaiwbi.plilaa oomi aothiaf.
Win It la tueoBTaeuai to vutt th any for Vaiawl,
al i. hm (uaraetmd, bn duubit-xi.it It I. traaktyetaint.
WBc awamA.U.wir.M. Baadv. M. 1 1 U.
PsmphUt,ta eny tddrets, far Twe ttsmpe.
en seal aa. all tnree, foe MOC.ara.
Maaheod sad Womanhood k German, betn
together, lilmtraled. IS Ceats.
pfiSls. i GUIDE.
vie ant oloth and gilt binding. Skialed for SO.
O.arTny aoaaarnu pea pksurM. wua te Ur.iaructe.oa
th jU1b W!i: ho ay aj.rrv, vh aot, by.
Proper i M ai.rry. Whm.rry Srat, fcaaba, w.
hooSrrb) ileal 4m.t.' 1 b rt.w of rlib..y anS aoai;
Wboakoala aiarry i Uu utuuel aapt aw. My b Immm.
Tb rbyuoloy af K- .ruJ..U .., aud lour r. IBM
karrte ar aM.wmpl.uuff wtrurl .(Maid raad lu
afUjr allfk.nf pr lUMrtfrjal Sunaa a a
eiur aua.leuao.il uht k rM by U aduU pm oa
tbea looked up, est I .Id roui1orlo.t..ul. worior
( rnadui. Il amuiu th. ran ef madieal liwr
atur.Uoo, bU cUrwd in au e.l.u.lr. prwcu.. worui
u ih'm wul "" oaralol paruaal. tea Maea
'"apuuSdlaas. bor., ppr oarer. H pat,
PS oeata b, buiU Cueu..t lood-foid la aawrsui 1I
aiustr .llraM, ea.lo.in aawiul,
617 St Chsrlss strsst, SU Louie. Mo.
617 St. Charles Street,
Treats nil forms of cucral Diseases, Semi
nal Einisions ami Sexual Debility, with
unparalleled sit. es. No matter who failed,
call or write; p.uiii.hlet or consultation free.
Can refer to the medical profession in all
parti of the CViuntry '
nt t rnnklln
J rKji JflK wuaiiereu or tna
i. m. m .... v. 1'iwmm
purpose ot giving
null caaeaol private, chronic, and urinary di
sease iu all their complicated form, it i well
known that lr. J uniej. baa flood at the head ol
the profession for the paat year. Au and
eirieui-ieall-iii ixirliint. Sie-uitMHl Wrak.
Meaa, night lo.-.- by tlrram pimple on U
face lost manhood. cn iKibiiinly be cureed
Ijiitie. wanting tlie mo.t itelicate attention, call
or write, rleoaant home (or putiauu. A book
for tlie million, alarriug Uuide, which tell
you all about these dianaitt"Wbo should n tarry
w hy uol 1 cents to pay poehtge. i'r. Jauus
ha M room ami parlor. Vou r ao one bu
tli dmtor UOiiw boura, a iu, to 7 p.aa. ua.
dava, to to Ii. All uuinea utrictly coudileu
aa't te icu.ie l.y enery agent
every luoi lb in um uueiu we
lurui.h, but those illlinr In work t uu vaaily
earn a do.en ilollura a '! I Ivl I in ll.eir usi Ic
calitiea. Have uo ro-nu lo n plain brie, I Mi
ih pleasant ni.d hoiu. ruble. Wonieu. Ui).
ud gui well a ineu. We will lurai.h
toil a iMiupleia i;uitll free, Th bu.inea pay.
IH-Iter than anything elan, W will bear
ueuseia'.birtiag you. Pellicular fi. Will
and la. Karioer and liuwhauies, their toaa
Mid ihiughtera, and all cla.aea la awed of s.ying
work at botue, .liouUt writ to u aeal laara all
bout (ta work at oar. Now la tU Ira
liuu'i eVUy, Address TM A Ce , Aaewi.
fa.1 sfV.'A fl.) T I J