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CYRUS 8. OBEIILY, Editor.
Haw Ik Radicals l!lo lai Ik
!.) mf flmmrm.
Must a Mitt-Me 1IU n ftlary or Onl
TaLLAHASSKK, Fid., Doc. 1. The
Alachua frauds arc henceforth a dark
pkgt In tbe country's history. The pro
ceeding yesterday ttelore the Florid
board of state canvniMera will stand as a
Mack blot on even that dark pace. They
signified that the noil hern Ib-publlcfti:.
who came here professing to desire and
to be witnesses of a fair count had ehocn
to shoulder and to share tho re.poni
bitity of their carpi't-ha allie for the
frauds, ballot-box stuftinjr, and perjuries
which have been contrived to lnUil'y and
defeat the choice of the people of Florida.
The testimony adduced on Wednesday
luoritiuir by the lcinocratic niuiiajrerj
wa conclusive that 221 fraudulent votes
had been added lo the majority for the
Kepubltcan elector In Archer precinct
No. il, ot Alachua county. Three Intelli
gent and tinlnipeached witnesses,
MKX OK OOOD CHARACTER
And lonjr resilience in Alachua county, '
gave p. brief and truthful history of the
7th of November at that polliujf-place.
One ot them testified that at the request
ot the inspector he had helped count the
ballots, and had heard and noted tho de
clared and true result of that count. An
other tei tilled that non-residents, itu
known, and dead men's n nines crowded
the poll-list afterward made up and filed.
Another, a merchant ot Archer for eleven
years, had taken down in writing the
name of every voter, all hut three or lour
ft: hos ai.lt kxowx to him,
As he cat his vote from the opening to
the closing of Hie polls, a vigilant thing
not elsewhere done that day, I presume,
In all the United States, lie produced
this private tally-list. The tal.se poll-li.-t
tiled with the fraudulent certificate of the
returns betrayed its character in the com
parion lumped in a page after the true
names were the dead men's names and
the invented names that went to swell the
FR Al'Dt'l.EXT RKrH'BMCAX MA.IOKITV.
In tbe afternoon Kn-Gov. Xoyes. of
Ohio, read a long statement prepared for
northeru consumption, contradicting by
wholesale thedvtitiled and accurate testi
mony of the three w itness. 11a filed a
batch ot affidavits purporting1, unless
closely scanned, to support that whole
rale contradiction. Several of these affi
davits were in one .and the same hand
writing, inclun"uif the hundreds of sijj-
naturv-R thereto made w ith the marks of
a cros which, perhaps, Is all that should
be expected from the pens ot dead men.
Only ii men signed their names in a
diflerent hand out of 22S affidavits. Many
names of the signers by the cross were
duplletitaed. The manufacture, was ob
vious, not skillful. The whole docu
ment read by Kx-Gov. Noycs
UORK KRAVD OX ITS KACK.
tt was not plausible. It is difficult to
conceive that an honest man of any In
telligence should not Lave perceived the
character of the evidence It adduced, but
W. E.I handler Introduced Gov. Noyes
to the board, and Gen. Barlow eat silent
while he read the Introduction of this
statement, and these affidavits by north
ern Republican managers was a thing
not to have been believed beforehand.
It was an insult to justice and shocking
to common honesty, but the inUcreauts
who rule and riot here upon the plunder
of a prostrate people could not them
selves have Introduced and supported
THE KCRF.llRIOl'S FKAl'D
With a wore shameless front of brass
than did this ex-governor ot Ohio, whose
relations are so close with Gov. Hayes.
But their exposure was switt. Gov.
Noyes succeeded no better thau In the in
dexing of accounts by w hich the treasury
of the state of Ohio once suffered. The
statement which he read chiefly rested
upon the alleged affidavits ot Oreeu
Moore, a white man, and Floyd Dukes
a black man, inspectors at Archer pre
cinct, in its bolstering of tho fraudulent
addition of more than 200 votes to the
majority of Hayes electors. Yesterday
appeared Green Moore and Floyd Pukes
and underwent cro-examlnatiou by the
board. Tlirlr ten Unouy in every psrllcu-
CORROBORATED AND W AS COIIKOBOKATKI)
fly the testimony of the three undo
peahoed witnesses, Fleming, Tucker.
Flitch, of tbe day bclore. It was proved
that their uauics and marks subscribed to
the .Noyes affidavits were forgeries. It
was proved that tbey had counted the
303 and odd rotes actually ct, and that
no more were cast. It was proved that
they counted the ballots, locked the box,
and proclaimed the true result. It was
proved that they bad afterwards been ap-
; proached and
Uy Itepublican official to help them tuU
aily the true returns. Now for a correct
apprehenwon of the Alachua frauds thus
exposed and of the others that remain to
beexpoaed.il is always to be remem
bered that tli whole election ma
chinery of the state in every precinct is
lu the absolute control ot the llepuuli
can party, and Is directed bv the crea
tures and the appointees of Gov. Steam,
who was himself a candidate for re-elec-tion.
Frauds in spite of and against the
partisan leanings of Itepubllcan election
rfffloers are therefore not to be pre
sumed, but Iraud with their connivance,
are as easy indeed. How large, theu.
mtbetheIeiuocratic majority which
tea fkAtns tiu kot aiiucK
To overcome? It U to lie remembered,
also, that tbe flection laws of Florida
were designed tun) enacted to assist the
uoceasfu! perpetration of fraud ; not to
render it difficult. Alachua frauds were
tbe costmane of Jor. ' Stearns' liuuie-
diate deputy and friend In thnt eouhty, a
fcrouudrrl named iH-nts, who when the
names of Moore and Pukes were called
yeMcrday, shot oul of the board room
and took to his leg
i.iKlc a itusr,
In the hoK I suppose, of finding some
I'nlted State mnrshal to Intercept these
luiinMe wiinese by it it arrest, but he was
too late. Their totiinony, which no
honeft man could discredit who heard It
given mid saw the tunny Incidentul un
cont rived marks of truth which It bore,
fixed the chancier of tho Alachua frauds
in testimony ; and rdso exposed the des
perate necessity and consent of the men
here who lake order from Zaelmriah
Chandler to back up those Iraitds with
bribery nnd forgery.
Hon. Samuel J. Randall Nomi
nated for Speaker.
Messrs. Morrison and Sayler
Withdrawn from tho
The Southern Situation Dis
cussed by Democrats In
Plans Regarding the Meeting of
the Electoral College.
The Electors in' tho Disputed
States to Comply with all
And Make a Plain Issue on the
Question of Fraud.
Hopes of an Honest Man Among
the Florida Canvassers.
(Fiom the St. I.iiuIh Republican).
Till) DEMOCRATIC CAl'tTS.
Washixuto.n, Dec 2. As was expect
ed, the caucus ot Democrat.! to choose a
candidate fur speaker, was not character
ized by any wrangling. No bad temper
was shown, although during the day all
of the candidates had lieen making n
strong effort to overcome the prestige
which Ilandall 1ms had from the beginning
of the contest.
Mr. Morrison early in the day gave up
all hopes ot defeating Handall.
When the caucus was called to order
there was a larger number of members
present than was expected by any ot the
candidates, and even after the balloting
was concluded, quite a number, who had
arrived on the late trains, put in an ap
pearance. This at least shows the Iem
oerats will have almost a full representa
tion by Monday evening.
,Son after the meeting was organized,
Mr. Morrison announced his withdrawal
in a lew good humored remarks regard
ing his candidacy.
No sooner was Saj ler's name put forth
than he withdrew. His object in doing
this was to defeat Cox, as he saw his own
chances were very slim, and knew that
the majority of his frit nils would goto
The latter, w hen informed that he had
been chosen by.a majority often, was es
corted to the bar of the house, when he
thanked his friends in a few words.
. HIK TI1KEK CCSTK.ftl'KD STaIKS.
Mr. Hew itt submitted a resolution or
dering Investigation committees to the
three disputed states, but by general
consent no action was taken on the meas
ure. It will be brousrht un Mondav in
thk cae or iskx. Kltosr.
Mr. Hewitt, chairman of the Demo
cratic national committee, has written to
Gen. Frost to request he will not claim
the certificate, or at least, not appear to
Vote at the meeting of the electoral col
lege in Missouri. Mr. Hewitt does not
Inteud that this retjuebt shall be regarded
as an acknowledgement that (Jen. Frot Is
not legally" entitled to the vote, but it is
THK I'KSIRK OK MR. 1 II.UKS
Aud the executive committee of the na
tional committee, that uo opportunity
shall be given tho llepublicaus to raise
objections which may have even the
faintest semblance of plausibility about
them to a single one ot the electoral votes'
east for 'i ildcu.
Till: KI.KCTORAI. COl l KfiF. OK Mlssof Rl
Has lull power to till vacancies. Jt Gen.
Froft does not appear, some ono will be
chosen to nil the vacaucy theruby created
and every chance of a contest will be re
moved. THK aOlTllr.tty H.1CTOK.
Mr. Hewitt has also written to the
chairman of the committees In the three
disjHited southern states to see that the
Democratic electors meet and cast their
vole in due form as required by law
whither they are accorded tbe ceititi-
cates or not. AU tho formalities 'will be,
complied with, auf the Keoub icans will
not be permitted to evadu the plain issue
that such votes as they claim In Louisi
ana, Florida and South Carolina were ob
tained through fraud and corruption. "
thk cask ok n okioa. '
lieiuoentts in this city who are lu a
position to be Informed, express great
confideuie In the integrity and honesty
of one of the Ucpubllcau members of the
Florida returning board. Sir. Cogswell,
the stabs comptroller. He went to
Florida from Ik-law are a tew year ago,
and has invested couridetable money in
the state. He is also a man of family and
is so deeply Interested in its welfare, it is
not thought he will countenance any
1 HE AllkOI-iilAIIX MILS.
Only one of the appropriation bills Is
ready tor presentation In the house the
peuulon bill -and that will be Introduced
early next week. Nothing has been done
Vlth nnr of the others, and nothing; will
tie until the political future eajt be some
what more clearly discerned than now,
as It may become necessary, as already
telegraphed, tor the house to refuse to
make any appropriations at all. It mny
not be out of place to say this course has
been seriously considered by the Demo
cratic members of the committee, al
though, of course, in an Informal war.
not m an or ixhiana
Is now entitled to the chairmanship of
the committee, the usual custom being
to put new members last on the list, al
though Speaker Handall has the right, if
he chooses to exercise it, to put w hoever
he substitutes tor himself at the head.
ur.Asovs for ins w rrnoiuwAt..
Discovering, however, that his candi
dacy threatened a rather hot contest, he
withdrew against fhe advice of his
friends, nnd in I he face of the tact that he
was undoubtedly n candidate In the field.
Ilis withdrawal was dictated Uy a desire
to avoid any discension in the party at
this time, when harmony Is so essential,
and was generally regarded as highly
creditable to him.
A.VOT1IKR CAHINKT MF.KTJNCl.
It is reported to-night on very good
authority that at a special cabinet meeting
to-day the South Carolina trouble was
brought iii. Secretary Fish was absent.
and the rnbiuet Informally decided to
prevent the coursp now being pursued in
th.it state with the military. This action
leaves Fish to carry out his intimated
threat of resigning, or stulily himself by
being whipped into the traces by Cam
eron, Chandler & Co.
The Situation Unchanged Since
Two Republican Desert to the Iteni-
A NlaiiiHennt Threnl by (he Hepubll-s-wii
(?.ciiil ti Hie St. Louis KepuMlCTti.)
Chari.hstom, S. C, Dec. 2. -There Is
no change in the situation. The Demo
crats and Republicans passed the night in
the hall of the representatives, and at I
o'clock the bayonet house and senate
adopted the concurrent resolution to
rOSTI'OXE THK COl'NT
Ot the vote tor governor until Monday at
2 p.m. There is, therefore, no likelihood
of trouble at present, and the threatened
Interference of troops U at , least de
1 UK DKAD-I.OCK.
Couwitiia, S. C, Dec. 2. TUe.Jegiilii-
tive lock seems to be resolving itself into
a question of physical endurance. The
extraordinary body known as tbe house
of representatives duplicate, speakers,
clerks and sergeaut-at-arms, exercising
simultaneous and conflicting jurisdiction,
but so far without violence, is now en
tering its third night ot continuous ses
sion, nnd, although doing almost noth
ing, will probably sit through the
twenty-four hours of Sunday. Neither
side dares adjourn, lest it gives the other
the advantage of exclusive occupation of
tbe halt, and the mutual distrust has no
far battled every cirort at concurrent ad
journment. I'.oth -ides expect
I'pou the attempt by the Republicans to
declare Chamlierlain governor in the face
of the known fact: that Hampton was
elected. The action of the Republicans
to-day in again postponing this ceremony
until next Monday shows that they are
nervous about meeting the Issue.
It appears settled that linger will not
again interfere except to preserve the
peace, but a great deal depends upon the
manner in which this expression is con
sulted. The Republicans w ill probably
strike a blow Monday, as every day ot
inactivity weakens their nuinlier and
AN IMCOSI'KK IX THK IIOL SK.
The damaging fact came out that the
person claiming to be Silas Cave, one of
the bogus members admitted from iiarn
well to give tho .Republicans a quorum,
was an linposter, tho real Silas Cave be.
iug at home, having refused point blank
to claim a seat lo which he knew he was
not entitled. . . , ,
UKSKRTtOXS TO THK M:iOCRA I4.
Coi i muia, S. C, Dec. 2. 4:110 p.m.
Two Republican ' ' Members, colored,
Myers aud Hamilton, have fust deserted
the Republican" side and bee i ivroru in
by tbe Democratic speaker.
N 1 11,1- l BKSSIOX.
Jioth houses are still in session. The
senate adjourned till Monday.
IX TUK Sl'I'RKMK ll ItT.
A motion was made to day lu the su
preme court In behalf of Wallace, speaker
of the i 'eiiKM ratic house, for a manda
mus on Mackey, speaker of the Republi
can house, to com-tclhimto deliver the
returns for governor in Maekey's posses
sion to allace, the legal speaker of th
legtl house ; also a motion for quo war
ranto on the Hayes electors. Itoth eases
are to be heard Monday.
MACKKV'a MAI KVOI.KXCK.
Mackey, lu the hou.e this e veiling.
told Wallace he intended lo remove the
Kdgeflild men with state constables.
It It KMl.NfcO UkUoCHAlS.
Mr. Wallace said the bouse was the
only conservator of its own older, and
could not legally be interfered with by
constables or any ou-ide force, and be
would resist them with all the power at
his command, and not yield except to V.
S. troops under the command of tien.
TUK AUBaVltLK MfcHUKKS. .
The Republicans to-night sealed the
new members from Abbeville ceiinty.
No protests or coutesu were heard.
CiX VASatKS' CkKTU ICATES. ' ' V '
The Democratic members with certlll
eaUs of election fiom the board of can
vassers were in the hall.
FULL OF PERIL!
Constables aud Troops
to the Front
They will Invade the
South Carolina Leg
Remove the Speaker
and Put the Mem
bers from Two
The Democrats Prepar
ing to Resist the Con
stables but Not
Some Additional News from
the Canvassing Work In
Exposure of the Frauds by
Which It was thought to
Give the State to
Crant's Order to Disperse the
South Carolina Legislature.
Congressman Hewitt has an In
terview with the American
The Meeting of Congress and
the Reception of the Execu
, (Hcial to ilic-t. bouia Touts.)
Washington, Dec. 'X ThercW intcii-e
excitement hero to-night. It is reported
that orders have to-day gone to General
Hiiger at Columbia to Inaugurate Cham
berlain to-morrow and disperse the Dem
ocratic house ot representatives of the
South Carolina legislature.
Congressman Hewitt, chairman of the
national Democratic committee, had a
conference with ('rant this morning, but
he refused to indicate what transpired
during the interview. The belief, how
ever, Is that Grant notified Mr. Hewitt of
his orders to liencral linger, and sug
gested that Coventor Hampton be ad
vised lo submit peacefully, and prevent
collision between the people and the
.Tin: MKi.Tixc. or cox;ki:ss.
(IJy lli Ventwn Associated 1'iets )
Washington, Dec. a. it is now un
certain at what hour to-morrow the mes
sage of the president will be sent to con.
gress ; certainly not until ho shall be for
mally notified by the usual joint commit
tee that the two houses are prepared to
receive any communication he may be
pleased to make to them. The calling of
the roll ot Members of the house and
election and Installation of the new
speaker defers the delivery ot the mes
sage until 2 o'clock.
The message w ill be toi warded hence
to the press. The reports of heads ot
departments have been furnished by mail.
The president to-night was engaged ia
the transaction of business and declined
to receive visitors, with the exception of
a tew personal and political friends.
Some of the Democratic menuVrs of
congress say that party will act with
calmness and circumspection regarding
the political complications, aud that it
may not be until Wednesday that a pro
position will bo inade for a permauent
committee to visit Florida, South Caro
lina and Louisiana lo ascertain all the
facts accessible concerning the electoral
votes of those states. It Is certain, how-
ever, such movement will be msde at an
Large numbers of persons were at the
hotels to-nikrlit speculating as to the
events ol to-morrow at the capital. Some
anticipated more than the usual excite
ment, but there is no reason whatever to
believe there will be any occurrence of
an alarming character. No doubt the
galleries of the house will bo densely
crowded by interested spectator".
TKOl'BI.E IX STORK.'
Coi i wRiA, S. C, Den. It is reported
to-uight that preparations are being
made by the state constabulary or militia
to remove the Democratic speaker from
the chair he occupies, and eject the Dem
ocratic members of Edgefteld and Lau
rens counties, delegations whom the
ltepublieaiis claim were not legally elec
ted. The report states that they will be
austained by the I nlted States troops.
Owing to these reports, the Democrats
are preparing lor w orst. It Is feared
they will resist the atate constabulary,
but not the troops. Large numbers ot
people are expected to arrive to-morrow
to the atate fair, iu anticipation of Hamp
ton's Inauguration. The situation to
night is critical.
(S-. Ul to tbe St. Luui Till )
liMtXriNti TU BAfcKR nut'Ds.
Taxiahassei-, lec. 3. The manner In
w blch the secretary of state was detected j
In the commission of the Baker county
fraud 1ms made tho lladlcala wary and
Somewhat alarmed them. Tn law of
Florida require the precinct returns to bo
canvassed by the county Judges, the
clerk, any Justice of the peace thev mav
elect, or If noue can Im had then by the
8iieritt. I ti Maker county, the judge be
lug a I'adical, refused to make returns to
the state board. Tins return was then
made by flni clerk and K justice, and duly
sent up, showing a majority for Tilden.
Afterwards tho judge and the sheiitl
got together and made up another return
In secret, showing a majority for Hayes;
The secretary of state, hnvlner hotn rr.
turns, pigeon-holed the first and read tun
the board the last, and thus tho state
stood prima fade for Hayes. But the
Democrats discovered the trick and ex
posud it. Tills gives Tilden the state by
about one hundred. The Alachua frauds
will give him about 220 more, and there
are about fifty votes excluded for lnfor
mality, whbh will be got In, giving in
all about three hundred majority for Til
den. a hay of hoi'E.
1 cannot say what tbe board will llually
do. it is diflleuit if not absolutely im.
possible, for to prove any frauds against
the Democrats, tor the whole pDwer has
been iu the bauds ol the Republicans.
The judges here are more decent than
those in LouUiuna, and the Democrats
may be able to get relief from them in
Something ot the condition of things
here may bo understood from the fact
that one of the Republican electors, a
negro named Tierce, has been duly in.
dieted and convicted of a felony and yet
Is admitted as a distinction to attend the
meeting of the board.
THK RAOICAL LtlC.
Tne Radicals evidently Inteud to pro
long the contest before tbe board until
the very last day, the 6th. One of the
counties, Dade, has not been returned of
ficially. It onlv gives fortr-three votes
and Is reported unoflileally as having
gone for Tilden, but how it will be re
ported we cannot tell. On anv lair or
even decent count Tilden and the whole
state ticket w ill be declared elected, but 1
look for no such good luck. I consider
that we are only making up the record
for Tildeu, and I think we will make one
so stroDg that congress will from com
mon decency aud mere honestly declare
tdpcil ti the St. Louis Republican ).
COMPILING THK R ETl'RNS.
New Orleans, Dec. 3. Several mem
bers of the returning board, w ith a num
ber of clerks, have been locked In An
tonio's room, in the rear of the senate
chamber, all day, and all approaches to
tho room strictly guarded by police.
Last night the same force were at work
at the same place until midnight, making
compilations, not from the coinm.Us.lon
ers" returns, as provided by law, but
trom the supervisors' returns, which,
Wells says, will guide him in arriving at
a final decision.
Jt U plain now that he does not Intend
to give the evidence oflered by the Dem
ocrats the slightest consideration, and
the remark that he made yesterday,
w hen he said he 'did not have time to
go over it, but might employ some one
todoit utter the legislature met" leaves
no room to doubt that bit conclusions
have alr?ady been formed, and that he
only wants to get figures enough from
the statement to make a showing in jus
tification of tho outrage he contemplates
W BERK WELL'S REPORT COMES FROM.
To-day messengers have been quite
busy iu running from the custom to the
state house, and rumor has It that a por
Hon at least of Wells' report Is being
made either by or under the direction of
federal officials aided by Kellogg, who Is
credited with tho expression that 4,A11
hell could not prevent I'alTkard from be
ing governor." Wells has stated to me,
on several occasions, that his work now
would be exclusively with the electoral
vote, and that the result of his labors
would be made knowii Wednesday morn
Ing, but It Is rumored to-night, that in
sirucuons nave been received trom
Washington to have the whole ticket
settled at once, and the dilllgent latior of
Wells, the board, and
A ARMY 01' CLERKS
Lead to the impression that on Tuesday
night the whole state and parish ticket
will have been canvassed, aud the elec
toral promulgation will also Include the
findings upon the stateand the parish
ticket. Such a course is expected, and It
U also expected by Republicans that
TUK FLORIDA CASl'
Will be settled by Wednesday also.
THE DEMOCRATIC C.RNTLKMfcN
From the North will leave lor home to
morrow or next day. Sherman, Slough
ton and that lot have been furnUhed with
coplea ol erery Radical affidavit made,
from which, with the old stuff given
them by Kellogg, they aie to make
A FLAMINC OI'TRAtiE REPORT
To Grant, which he will embody in a
special message to eougress. He may, at
the same time, include a report from
SherlUan, in which be will chronicle and
enlarge upon a few thousand political
murders in tin state, the grand object
being, without the slightest doubt, to
TERRITORIAI.UK THIS AND OTHER STATES
In the South, that being a scheme the
Washington authorities have be'eu" con
templating for months, and one which Is
now spoken ot in Kadlcal circles aamrely
to result trom what they teim the "pres.
No M.Oblo Lctm. -
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loss p. r-on nr chil i would, hide wy or upsMe dw n, and It will in-nably Ko cut ; or
upset it, as it by a. cl ient, aud tbe same reu t wl'l I t acroliipllsLLd. l b. u take tbe
wick an. I place it in a l.ulf pint uie.iMire or otb. r open eel tilled wliU KUloe, set one
end on tire, and w Hh a piece of wire, or a nail, move tbe burning wi. k about In tbe oil.
Alter bcln? sattr-tled that tbe Klaine M not Iki.IIc, remove tbe wick, and p!a it burn
lug upon a shovel or board, an J when it is alt 1 1 a flame, pour tbe i.laloe iroiu lbs
measure or ee upon tbe biiinlni- ioa, and It will be Immediately etlu(futbed. BV
sure an.l pour plenty of F.laine upon tbe (Unit, or ele tb dame brlnjr the trone-t, will
consume tbe oil iit a water is ronsunieil when a hou-e is on tire.
Exclusive Agents for Southern Illinois, and
the adjacent country South and
West of Cairo.
ICp For Scrofula, and nil
VfTl. scrofulous dise:i--e9,Eiy-
f v' rjh-Ih, llose. or St. Ah-
I 3 lhony'a Fire, Eruption
I nnd "Fruptive diseases
I of the j-kin, Ulcerations
- I of the Fiver, .Stomach,
I Kidneys, Fungs, I'ini-
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11 lilotclies, Tumors, Tct
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tion, tleneral Debility, aud for Furi
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This Sarsaparilla is a combination of
Dock with the lodidc9
tif Fotassiuiu and Iron, riuI i tho
most cllicacious medicine yet known
for the diseases it U iatended to cure.
Its ingredients nro so skilfully
combined that tho full alterative
effect of each is assured, ntul while
it is no mild as to be harmless even
tochildren.it is still po cllectual as
to purge out from the nvstei those
impurities and corruptions which
develop into loathsome disease.
The reputation it enjoys is derived
from its cures, and the confidence
which prominent physicians all over
the country rcno.se iii it proves their
fxperience of its usefulness.
Certificates .-tftcsf.inr its virtue
Iiave accumulated, and are con
stantly being received, and as many
of these cases are publicly known,
they furnish convincing evidence of
the superiority of this SarsatmrilJa
over every other alterative medicine.
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other medicine known that we need
do no more thau to assure the public
that the best oualities it has ever
possessed arc strictly maintained.
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erartU-al and Analytical ChnnUU.
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$1,200 FROFIT 01 (100
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m cid n re.
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Oak nail, Boston Mass.
ft rmnua-K alt the lot iiualilirn of Hit Kufrlt.li
ami k u nrh mittu. an.l U articularlTadam-il 1.
Ihu rvtjulmnentnorilie Amricn tninlrra. It
mttilp irmii duck (ilead mi aliailr),waici-roul'rd
by a patfut proceiM, and ariruUir attcutiuu u
glvrii in the hvviinK of all the jacket corner,
and in iirelmteninK ofall the luiituiia.
i-rice or tna suit complete-, includi&fr
Coat. Vat, Trouaora. liat, or Ci aJ
Si'ikI I'ltvlnllioordt r- Hooda writ C. O. I If
invttried. 'lu the trade wp make lllM-ral d.t-
lli i.Ks ton Mtj.i ntKiKi Wil.l. Brunt.
Innide warn ol'rh-vvc. liiHid aeaia of Irouiar
Sic of ht-ud Mentiim hriKht aud Weht.
-nd lur circular. Addrv,
G. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Oak Mall. Boa ton. Maaa
Wind Proof, Flanoel Linod,
Le&iher Vests and Pant:.
M. Ill IN' WKK.ftT AVD STTMII
IN Al'I't ABA.NCK.
Arlnnliiitr an amount of comfort and pi-oiectlun
lieiclol'irr dtiined imiBjsible extrjit iu tuiittc.
tion M illi huivf, eluuiay nariuenli.
m vm oni.v air
G. W. SIMMONS & SON,
tiiiportM-a of KnKli-b t'Uter Overcvatt.
OAK BALL, .... BOSTON, If ASS
fliaibjtun ti-rs frr .Military CowU and .
t , ., . . ""!' paWta.'
U lirve lliee are the heat protector aauint
ld ucuthti ever deviaed, arid the very great auo
ces met HjIi ai M-ajiou lias led ut to manulac
ture a larue atork iur the preaeut aeaou. l it
Hict, (re.lm.ed .jo pe, cent, from last year'a) ar
very r-anonuhl.'! $; for the veat, lor the jack
el. If iiu'ltnvd, w will maka lo order, from
mtaiiiiie. at the same iirice. Mend fur circular.
Menriures iei!iircd are aimdy thcae: Ureuat, ,
Waist,-., Inaiile team ol sleeve, Mention
height aud weight.
O. W. SIMMONS to SON, Oak Hall
WILSON,, EGGLESTON ft CO.,
Flour, Grain, Seeds, to Proviiiona,
t u -WST CANAL St JtEET,
tjar if f iUvnta olfettex I.2.9od-luA
Of Evary PeaaripUuB