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New Qhmuns, JDec J4. iUIvre 0'
visor ot East Baton I!oii wbo testi
fied j-ewiUv,, va rfcallr.J,ljr, ,U'n
Hurlbirf'ChrffT BfliihfrtW rwi$ t
the affidavit which accompanied his re.
turns, showing' rlor,'lninnlt," Vidlnfec,
tear, dread and terrorism throughout the
parish on day of the election. 11c did
not witness ny. vialeuce,.rl.ut (was, Ln-i
formed! oflt W oilier SleTotTs.-"' Orosi
. examined he said the affidavit ncconi'
parrm the rt tarns was prepared in the
customhouse n Oils oily, Hugh J. Cmiii
bell assisting in preparing it.
A number of witnesses were examined.
The oominittce gave notice, tliey would
meet hereafter In the tmll of the rlmmber
of commerce. ,, .
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GOVKHKOH HAMPTON INAITrtRATTOX, "
roicMBii; Icc. ll.-rThe , latfgitnitibn
of Gen. Hampton- took place in front of
Carolina hall this afternoon. The $quar.
in front of the hall wu densely packed
with persons of both races; and the liotise
tops were.covered with., spectators, , At
3:30 p.m Gn. Hampton was escorted to
the stand amid demonstrations of great
enthusiasm. Members ol . fJie general
assembly oCetipletl the spact Immediately
surrouoding flieatAiid, -with the crowd in
the rear; ' , ; ''-
; THE GOYEROR'a 'a DDRESS.'
'General Hampton . then read hid in
augural adress, of which the following
Is an extract : '. ; .
Gentlemen of tfae'seaate ami llotwe of lUprestn
tatives i .- . I -
It Is with feelings of the profoundest
solicitude that i assume the arduous du
ties and grave responsibilities ot the
high position to which the people of
South Carolina Itave called me, , It Is
amid events unprecedented In the repub
lic that 1 takfc the , chair as a chief magis
trate of this state. In a time ot profound
peace, when no legal officer had been
reaUted In the proper discharge ot hla
functions, we have witnessed a spectacle
abhorrent to every patriotic heart and
fatal to Republican institutions : . Fed
eral troops used to promote the success
of a political party. Undismayed,
thoafh shocked by this gross violation
of the constitution ot the country, our
people, with, a' determination that no
force could subdue, no fraud could defeat,
kept peacefully in the path of duty, re
solved to assert their rights as American
freemen at the ballot box, that great
court of final resort, before which must
be tried, the grave questions of ths su
premacy of the oodtAilutnn and tlieita-'
oility ot our institutions. What the
verdict vf tli itoople of !?otli, C-iurolin
has been you need not be told, it has
reverberated throuliont "the state, and
its echoes come back to us from every
land wtere1 flberfy i"vcnerarcd, ' dcrlur'
ing in tones that cauutot be aoistuken.
that standing on the constitution of our
country we propose to obey its laws, to
jrerve as tar as in us bos the peace and
honor, nnd to carry out in good faith
every pledge made by us to reform an
honeot government.. We Intend to prove
to the worlj tltc ilnci-rity 6 our declara
tion that the sob motive which iiuipired
'. 'THE r.'KANU CONTKST
We liayoiKa' auecesafully made, was nut
bal try lauibitiou for party supremacy,
but llii aiif rtd ibViiH! of redeeming our
t-tate. :. . ,
liut it visa .sought to wn-iU the fruits
of this victory from us by a flgaiitic
fraud nd base conspiracy. Vhji nicm
Uxvelec.4 of Ute geurrully astmbly re
paired to the capitol to take their seats,
anucd soldkrs of tlie tedxul goveniment
eoutremted tbeiu and their wrtiflcstes of
election were examined and paed npon
by a t-orporid of the irnartb.. i t wax amid
tlw-se appalling kccih that members of
H irej.end avmbly were called on to
b-rUiMrtiMe.rdutks as repre-ntatives ot
a free t-tate, and that state one of the orig
inal tbirteeu w ho won our independence
framed onr constitotlon. lXbarred
ot tlie free teriise of thigr .gnu by the
pre- w of armed firc, U-gal quorum
of the lower house, alter plating on rec
ord their proteht, quietly withdrew from
the capitol 'and proceeded ' to' organize
that Uanck ol the general astemblyt
Vou sav seen a minority ot tlie house
UMyp the power of thehole body ; you
have mb a majority expelled from the
ball by threats of forte; j"ou have seen
peroui. laving no sltadow of a claim
iitemuers admitted to seats a representa
tives by the votes of men w Lo tbem-M-lyeawer
Acting la direct violation of
IheAOMUtuUot., and you have seen the
last crowning act Of Infamy hy w LVh a
candidate fr tlie oflitvr ef tfowrt-or. !.
feated . Viythe poplar vote, had himself
nmrea elected byLU to-consnTraU.'ri
-tat ot the comiuonwealdt to place on
bOLKMX 4XU ISOI0X4V1 UlO TtT
Again acts which I consider as subvtr.
ki ye ot civil liberty and destructive of our
form of government. reat task In be
fore SZft.--etL&bK jiarty u tlis Aitf:
Tltey entered on this content w ith a plat
form so broad; so strong, aw I RMral that
rvery honest eitizens could stand upon
it. nT'i'd i'nevp'ied the
ameitdmssnsjtMir stsj nauHlisti i
iiiih ; they leded Uiun3t lve to work
reform ana to establish goou govern
ment; they promised to keep up an efll-
(AiMMit system of public education, nnd
Ucv declared solemnly that nil citizens
of 'Mouth Carolina of both rnces, of both
pnrtjies, should lie regarded as equal in
the !eve cf the law. all to be fu1lvt.ro-
tected in the enjoyment of every political1
nght now possessed by them. To the
taSteful observance of these pledges we
st.iTid committed. r, m TTiCTcprescnta-
tive of the Conservative party, hold tny-
Hf.lHMind by every dictate of lkhor nnd
good faith to-usf evefy effort to have
Uie$e pledges retlcTmcn, fully nnd lion
e:tiy. Lotus show all of thctnthntthe
true interests of both rnces ean best be
seeBrod by - cultivating iefle', nnd
prttOtlpar prWjmrlty among all tJimses
of qnr fellow-citizens. I rely conlKlen
tially on .Uie support of the members or
thi-fgeieral nssittftbly' 1 8 inyV'tlorf i t. nU
tnlti ffiese" laudable eiid, and 1 trust that
all train lies of the government will unite
cordially in this patriotic work. If so
United and working with resulutc will
and earnest, deter minatje-ivw.e may jiope
sooii to -o the dawn of a lirtgriUj- tlav
tor bur state;4 tidd 'in hi.s iiirtnltA tnercy
grwit that it may come speedily, and
mat he shower -tlie richest blessings ot
pe:iee and happiness on our whole peo-
; j OATH ADMtXISTERKD.
At the close of the address the oath
of olllee was administered by Trial Jus
tlc Marshal to lien. Hampton as gover
nor, and U.inusKu as lieutenant-? over-
no, the crowd staiiding uncovered while
the! Ce.reiUOIlV was lieincr luirlnrmn.l 'l:ii
cliiiir fn vhlch Mr. Hampton was ' seated
wns then wrapped in the national colors.
and he was borne on the shoulders of a
doen men to his hotel, escorted by the
entire crowd. Several .prominent ireutle-
tneb addressed the multitude from in
frotit of the hotol.j (rhp-crgressional
codimittee were occupying a prominoiit
position in one of the balconies. ' '
; ' : rtorhla.
i ONK FRAUD FOUND.
'i'AM.iius.'-KE.Fla., Dec. 13 The con
gressional committee to-day discovered
wleit Is. alleged to be an Interpolation of
72 jnames in the poll-list ot a precinct in
Jn tOu'uty: Tlds .interpolation, the
Democrats, charge, was made to coyer 72
fraudulant tickets of minute size that
were found in the lox. . The Democrats
charge that theso tickets were hidden in
tha folds ot regular tickets, and thiu
smuggled In the box. The Interpolation
W"ob charged on the ground that citizens
ot the precinct fail to identify any of the
1 2; names that appear consecutively on
tw6 pages by themselves, and from tlte
fact (hat be joll-ltal this prepfnet waal
not numbered as at all the other pre
cincts. The Republicans claim they can
explain these facts satisfactorily to-mor-ror.
The supreme court proceedings were
stopped until Saturday next.-.
Tb DUpntcet SMat Tb Caafru
lonal Cvaamlttcra la LciIiIim-
EsaoUaatloa of Walls
' 1 mI Otkara.
-..v ...... ...
Voal ag to m Point In ! Oarailaa
t-X Elcellon of I'nlMd S)tata
I 8)Bor-Ttoe Slrky Honae
1 to Ba Short-Llvad.
fpciAl tu the St. I.ouis Itrptiblunn.)
vj ; N'tw Orleans, Dee. 14.
i tiik ixvEriCATiaooMMrrrct-.
Alter Writs had taken the witness
f stand llurlbut rose and offered his pro
test mentioned last night to the jurisdic
tion of the commit U- and that was laid
over for consideration in executive ses
yells then gave the committee to tin
dei(aud that he wouldn't answer any
questions bearing upon the pa-rct aetiou
Of (he hoard, ll.i asked the i hainuan h
he the witness.iwss to anpwir all the
questions put by parties not interested
in the election.
Tpona reply the witness stated that
he deni?d the power of the eomuiitUe to
go'intu that matter. ' '
! , wkli.'8 l.XAsrrrinoN
Was continued, he 'declining to give the
committee any information outside of the
doc uments which he Eaid the committee
might have copies of, if they would fur
nisU the clerk to make thsiu. under the
intmedlate supcrvKUm and 'direction o!
hii secretary. When aked whether his
bonrd had acted exclusively on record
evidence or liOt, the' ttretdypwl reply
wjs returned, "The pajicrs are there,
they speak lor themselves," and he
a.kiedl "Vou are travelling over the
same ground, and I protest you are wast
ing your time, f.,r 1 will positively not
answer any question relating to the
manner in which 1 in-rforiiicsl my official
ditties." Again, in reply. to a question,
ht declared that the board had counted
no vote except those returned to them,
and Uciiicd iudiitcUy that the bfjard had
ral.ed the Hayes elwtoral vote in one
parish from U to 17'J. . ,
: ... 3 COACIJINO. l
llurlbut then undertook the coaching
of Wells on the question of the organiza
tion of tlie board, but made a ridiculous
mcs of It and showed his utter ignorance
Of the subject. :,.'' '. , , , ;
l'on being jiu-iictl uj.on the matter
of, the election t.f a Denuorat to the
L-iard, Wells said that his minutes might
fcliow the board's action on that point,
and then acknowledged luat u hid
MSted in the board that the Jw mocrats
had no right to repre-entation on the
board, having Toittltrd that rfght, Lut
did not tay how; that the objection to
tl lron ntfggotj by ti(. A,( ffl0LTkts
whi ujajti Ix-rtoflargroandOaad that
while two orthetaemVr advocated the
election of a Democrat, the other two
onjiosed it, and the dead-lock prevented
any representation for ilie Democrats.
Therefore the la w cotdil li0t , (,n,.,u,.,i
i xt.r. vkamiutio cosci.rnn..
W'tll's ixamljiatlon was then conclu
ded, and tlie other three luetnbrrsot tbe
toaU. who hadtakeu position near him
to hear Ids line of replies, were exciM d
going out, some one said to him, Jok
ingly, that ho would be wanted again, to
which he replied that be would come
when he ptetised. !jt
MfasiSBr. Hover. sHitervisor- of reLrlntra
Uotioj- Kss Bafdit Jtonge.f ilo ti-stifred
that h hnd forraerlv lived In XlisaUSInM
and hid been a member ot the legislature
of that state, his tcrinlKM'iniilnir In Janu
ary,' WJ ile YnU lie left :M!slisstppl'lTT
August, 1S73. The fhet Is that fits term
began In January, 1875, - and he was a
member of tho ,Mi.ss.fppl ,.! legislature
when Kellogg appointed him 'supervisor,
Whcn-nsked-what was on his consolida.
ted statement when ho ih-st swore to It,
he said there was nothing but the cousol
Jduted coiuinissioiit rs' returns from the
various polls. He entered certain mem
oranda in tuocnlunnf ot remarks id New
Orleans, lu the cusoiu-houc. These re
marks relate to kitimklaliou,aud appear
ns sworn 10 When the statement was cer
tified to before the court at Baton Uouge,
but now he virtually acknowledges that
they were forged by being Inserted here
as stated," 'lie Was quite positive about
But when pushed close by Messrs.
Jenks and Blackburn was compelled to
admit that all he certified to regarding
intimidation was from hearsay ami from
1'cpubllcniis nnd couldn't for his life
name one person who he knew to have
been Intimidated, in hi.s
CKOSS-KXAJU.NAUON '' .
By Mr. llurlbut he told hi tale of hor
rors, giving a list of Republicans killed,
whipped, shot and wounded, including
dates and localities, claiming that the in
formation catne in his ollicLif capacity.;
but In ' his redirect examination he
was terribly confused, and finally .' ac
knowledged that, personally, he knew
nothing of either case he had cited, and
couldn't evert tell the name of a single
person that had given him suli informa
tion. Evading through the cutiru exam
ination ' any direct answers, his stereo
typed reply being "I don't recollect ; I
can't remember now ;'' or endeavorine
to dovetail Into his answers his construc
tion of the election laws." lie Was made
finally .to, Acknowledge,, that he had)
thrown nt thTotef seven Democratic j
polls of the fourteen in his parish. Re
ferring again to
HIS FORCED STATEMF.XT
In Consolidated returns sent to the re.
turning board, and tjiat upon wlu'ch they
gave tlie Ilepublicans a mnjoritv, the
qustlons put to him ilieife. the (nforma-
Uou that tlie irt-otest on the statement
was put en in the custom house in a room
adjoining that of the 1'nited States circuit
(ourt clerk and United States Commis
sioner WoWey. ' Then, while he wouldn't
deny that he had consulted Assistant
Atty.-Gen. Dibble, Frank Morey, Pack
ard or others, he wouldn't1 ackno wle'd thai
he had done so, hhr answers being eva
sive, showing that he
' DARED NOT GIVE A DIRECT REFLY
To even one of the leading questions lest
it should unearth the frauds he com
mitted. He stated In his direct aud cross
exsmlnatlon that be brought his returns
there him sell on the 10th or 11th ol No
vember, but didn't "deliver them to the
returning board until tho 23d, retaining
personal possession of them all the time,
and In his redirect examination the fact
was elicited that, Instead of being In his
personal possession, his returns had been
in a room at the custom bouse all the
time. When asked why he didn't deliver
them sooner, his curt response was that
WASN'T ItKAHV TO IlkUV F.R J UL.M SOy.VR.
The. testimony of this Witness proves
my assertions made weeks ago that the
parish returns were being manipulated
in the custom Jiou.se uudvr the super
hion of federal Dtiiclais, and if he had
been pressed, it would have been found
that some ol Packard's most intimate
friends were cnguged in this work aud
supervising lite clerical portion of it,
which was done by custom house clerk
and intelligent policemen ot the city
force detailed for that purpose, and the
iuwstigatioii, bclore it is eou. luded. un-
fx;s blocked by (lie runninsr oil of wit
nesses of their refusal to testify, will
ShOMf that . , , . .
THK IiEM0 IIATIC MA.IOItllV
lii this state was over l.l.OOO, and that
fully that number of Democratic votes
have been thrown out by the supervisor
and returning board. The willingness
which the menibfrt of the returning
board displayed in obeying the summons
to attend tc-dny taken into consideration
with their refusal yesterday was unex
plainable until to-night, when it is said
HIE WASII(;iOX MAXACKUS
Here alarmed at the action of the board
yesterday lest it should be construed by
the public, as it was, as a bold and open
defiance of the house, and for that reaou
instructions were sent there to change
the tactics, and the result is shown in the
attendance upon the committee of the
returning board, and Wells' seeming
willingness to let the committee have
Copies of the returning affidavit, Ac.
.'iul lu Ui sit. IajuU lUubUmu.)
Culvmiua, !;. l:j..'i'he legbriutivc
muddle has assumed a new and liitcrei-t-ing
phase. Until to-day the senate has
occupied a queer position toward tlie
two bodies c laiming to Ut the house of
representatives, the seventeen Republi
can senators recogui.iu; the Mackev
house and the thirteen Democratic sena
tors recognizing tho Walluce hou'. '11n
ehu tor lor United States senator has ren
dered it iniposi-ible lor the senate, longer
to Ignore the conllict between
'I ill: I'.IVAI. not m i.
The Rc.ublicun uiiators holding that
Corbinha been elected, while the Dcui
otratic minority of the nnaie regard the
result ut a hnijil lailnni to elect, met to
day in joint assembly with the Wallace
house for Joint balloting aocordine to
law. No rvoult wa reached and further
balloting was )otpo!iod until to-morrow,
but Ixfore adjourning tho Wallace
lions- gve iorioal notice by je.olutiou to
the senate that it would ut a p.m. to-morrow
DECLARE THE VOTE FOR GOVERNOR
And lleutenant-goveruor, and Invited the
senate to participate. It Is expected that
the Inauguration of Hampton wntlmui'1
Itllalelrotlaw the declaratJos( of ttipt.
JioiV WTlUflghis Inaugural to-nlgit,
; 'i jtiiK viUkstio.i JIaIsxd. '"'j "
tn the senate to-day Mr. Cochrane,
Republican senator who has been gener
ally nctl.ng with Jhe Democrats moved
the appointment of a special committee
to Inquire vliether the body nt the other
end of the capitol (meaning the Mackey
kouBtO-'wan theegal hqueo ol re prcf cut
fives. The motion wusfotcd' down nf-
tcr a sliarp debate, the Democrats oppos
Ing it on the ground that tho question
had been already decided In the negative
by the supreme court, aud the Republ
cans likewise opposing it, holding that
U. S. Judge Bond's decision showed that
the supreme court bail no juilsdictiou In
the matter. .
A CONCI RRKNT RESOLUTION
Has been pressed by 'the senate aud
Mackey house to adjourn sine tlie on the
2'id of Dtiecmber. This probably means
that the Chamberlain ring have decided
to rush through the tax-bills, aud get rid
nt the earliest moment of a legislature
which they feel Is a standing danger and
disgrace. The caucus of the Democrat'
senators and the Wallace house to-uight
decided unanimously to elect (Jen. M
c. nutter a l imed States senator to
The congressional committee has been
hard nt work to-day, and has elicited
much evidence proving the organized ras
cality with which the Republicans man.
Oged the election In this state. Secretary
of State Hoync to-day was caught nap
ping, and has given the Democrats, much
against his will, a sledded advantage
Col. M.tii. iiichardson, the Democratic
candidate fe congress from the First dis
trict, contests the 'seat of Ranney, the
Republican candidate, who Is declared
elected. To-day Col. Richardson annlied
wvviVIUI J A A J J IV 1 VI
CERTIFIED COMES OF THE VOTE FOR GOV
In 13(4 and In the rreent year. Hoyne
gave film tho copies and on both of the
lists ot returns certiued under the seal ol
the state that they were correct. Thus
the Democrats have the very returns of
the entire vote for Hampton and Cham
berlain, Including the vote or
EDGEFIELD AND LAURENS
Certified to be correct by the secretary of
Ftate with the seal of the state attached.
The originals of these returns are the re
turns which Mackey refused to give up,
and these certified copies can .and w ill be
used in declaring the vote for governor
to-morrow by Speaker Wallace.
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ft m E vouiUehanco' U ) alo 'aiul '
'L loaJcn-coIorJj, w itli oi c.r .ional
fluslios, or a circumscribe.! r.pot tu
oifo or both cheoks ; the ov r.ijbv'i. ji ne
dull ; tliciHipilsdihtJ; aita'ziircsoni'i
c irclc iuiis along tho lower cyc-lM
tlie no'ie is irritated, swells, and ionic
times bleed:.; a swell in;ot the if r r i.
Up ; occasional hcad.ic ho, with liuui
niiiiijtir throbbing of the cam) a:i;
uiiiHu.il secretion of !?aliva: slimy or
furred tongue J Lre.ith very foul, 'jur-;
timlaily iii; tlwi morning ; a'i')jK.-'tid.'.
v.u i.iblc, sometimes vorac ions w it it a
ginwinseiisJlionof tin ?torvi;irii, nt :
others entirely pone ; fleeting lui.W
in the stomach ; oci ai.ioiul nau-.t
and vomiting; violent pain ; tlnoiih
o:it the abd nneii ; bowels inegiil.if,
at tinv. costive; stools slimy; not
ntifre.i'h'ntly tinged with blood;
belly'swolleif l.ard urine tur
bid; respiration oceasionJly difti
f ult, and accompanied by hiccough J
cou;;h sometimesdry and convulsive;
une.v-y and di.-.turlie l sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia-'
LL lf.it generally in itable, etc.
V iiciKvcr tlie above svmptoms
are found to ci'.-t,
iii.c. mvlanf.'s vr.iiMirrcn
Will terlaiiily tfiVct a cure.
IT 1XVT.S KOT CU.YLAI.N Sit.kl CKV
in a;iy form ; it i'-; an innorord prefi.i-
r.itiim tif cafKt'tU ofuH.v'jli' .-
it injury j ihe tust trxj, r infant.
;;'l'iiefeiniine 1)k. M. i !-
MIFIV.E bears the'signafifi-eff of (.'.
M'.'Lase and Flf.minvJ hiv?:. on tli,
DR. C. f?LANCS
TIio-V? Pills m o not ivcunniicn.r d
n u ivinc.lv i t- "nil tin! l :i t iLt
lie ill i t heir to," but in nir.-ctiiuis of
t!i Iivcr, and i:i n 1 llilioim V.n-
ll:uu'., lv;pcii.i.i and Si; W Head
ac'.i , or .lis.ai.il nf that char;u t r.
tii ry Jtt.in.l wiiiioet ;i rival.
AtMTK an i) p i:vi:k.
No 1.vt-r'V.ar:i.:;-ti-j can c. d
jiivparatory t , f r after taking (ni
At a finipl purgative tiny nre
:UI.VAUE or IMITATIONS.
g.'iiuiiid are never hiii'ar
liacli box hxi a red wax seal on
th) .lid, with tip. iiiiprcioti Ur..
Mtkases Tdvt k Pills.
Luch wrapper lear thesinaturcs
off.'. MS Lave and Flemixu LIros.
rold bv all resi-fctable Jrusrinbi
aud country storekeepc-rs cenerally.
For restoring Cray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
A drop's! rig'
which i r nt
Siblo, ll( IlllllV,
in the hair.
J'hiltdw tjnvj .
hair is soon
n Moreil to Us
original color, with the (floss and
fi'vliuvs.i of youth. Thin h:iir is
hickoiicd, falling hair chcclu .1, and
baldness olli-n, though not tibv:i)s,
cui'ed by its use. Nothing can io
pA P tho hair w here f ho follicles arc;
destroyed, or tho glands atrophied
and decayed. UuL such as u niuiii
can be saved for usefulness by this
npplication. instead of fouling tho
h:nr with a pasty sediment, it will
J;cq It dean and vigorous. Its
occasional use will prevent, tho hair
frcan turning gray or falling oil',
nnd consequently pre vent baldness.
Free from tho.se deleterious sub
stances which make some prepara
tions dangerous and injurious to
Ihe hair, tlie Vigor can only benefit
but not harm it. If wanted merely
nothing else can be found so desir
able. Containing neither oil nor
dye, it does not Koil whito cam
bric, and yet lasts long on the hair,
giying it a rich glossy lustre and :v
j VRP.l'ARKU nr
Dr, J. C. AYER It CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Jualytical ChttnUtM.
SOIU ItV AM. l.hl.JfiMTH 1 VKIIVHUEKIC.
'I'lllt I.4KK C'lTV -IlM HAI. U lncal nrwMI
I'llUlnl.ul iu ll.e JuUhI 111 llir . .ur.l, n ..I ll.u
mIiiI.ui.1 iiiy-)e j.iKKiii.l at 1 nt to Oil
MTu. ri 'ihc luunul wliHtryer miu, lnul. .iiin
..r .ppiul, i-uu U.:re maku bit fortune.
i'lne vuU'u.uUiiiif a WiHitru liuuir and tvjiu
1ih...) , iLmy 1 luurouidily infiiriued by I
riian.g tiiihiCiiUi'i to li.e Jol hsiAl..
'I1!.: Our vttr, i .); Su mouths, 81
ll.ruc inn nil.., .4-t'jits, Ki.tiiKeiui.l.
...VS I, 11. lr. llhll-,
Hi, i-lvv, JjiLc Lily, h wa.
' M ml
' j Nebraska Ahead !
The 11. .V 51. ItailrouA f o'i l.uods ! Tlie bf t
j Agricultural and fctocW Ctijiitry
! lu America!
GOOD IAND3 III A GOOD CUMiTE
Low pricen. l.oii;; Credd. i.ow fart
und Kreightn. rreuniiuu fur improvement,
free I'aks to Luud liuyer. For fui'
narticulari, Hpply to if. & M, u. Jl. to ,
iiiirhujuiylwi. -.. . i ,: i a , i.' i
A POSITIVE PROTECTION FROM EXPLOSION
1 Safest, Cheapest and
ges of Elaine over other Oils.
,s0in i.triaim, not fauillior with oil. wii
mi aiiilrxlr, .k why
Elaine, the Family Safeguard Oil,
tamltni: 150 dp(;. Fire-'fW-hould bo used tn irelcrenee to the ord'ioury headlk-ht oils
ol ls .leg. tet, cotting lem lo which wc
K LA INK taken out at a point in tho Uistiih.tion, where It is free from pahah ink,
BKNtst, and daiiperongRMWlifeli is contained Jn all head-llirht aud keroir.ie oiu
and Ihe yield out cd a given amount of crude
belief thnnihatolhead-hKht, Id. A I NK is, , claimed, non-explolve and pcrfrniy
afe ; whereas ordinary head-light oil contain a great iteal of jiarsfline, and the hlebf '
tho te.t the heavier they are aud thu more paratlino they ront.Mh. ThN esoe.n of par
tline ohtruf tn Ihe w kk, thus nrevetiting to a griat eafent the ecane of the d,,.,,,...
gH, and causing, In noiiie easeN, thoe terrlhle explOHioaa wbU b happen , rreuenUy i T
1 he co-t of Klaine ou htreet ( ar, taken from an average of Vdi' year,' inf ff tM
largest liiiei In Pittsburg, was only If cents p(-r mgbt for two lh;hli i.r car - ,
Uii LLi JLL JXI
. f ',
Take any coiijiuou keroi-cne or coal oil
do not ue a wick that ha been ti.ed in any
after lighting th lamp, unscrew the burner
and gradually iinuierse it in the bowl of the
would be the cane with ordinary oil-, It will
the oil ; Uicn screw the burner tight on the
lew perhon or cbdd would, aide ways orljpslde down, and It will iovariauf go out; or
upetvt, as ff by accident, and ihe same resu'fwlll be aeeonptlrtied.' Then tat e the
wick and jilace it In a half jdnt mcaaiire or
end on Sr, and with a piece of wire, or a
After being sstlsfied that the Elaine will not
ing npon a shovel or board, aud when it la
measure or vessel upou the burning mass,
lure and pour plenty of Elaine opon the flame, or elaa the flame befog Ue atreugeet. trill
consume the oil lust ai water is'eoneuined when a house la on Are.
Exclusive Agents for
the adjacent country South and
West of Cairo.
M W AIVt:HTIf.Slfr TM.
ji a day at lu.m. A,:nii nnteH.' linnit
i i.iul u nn, life. I III.. 1. K t ., A ii ii. U,
U f READY POH AOENT3-THE
A f'lui.liic l..'n-.irlilrci.r ilH hi .tmT, Kruml luiilil
",n'1 wou-ftTl'iil kKhtl.ilx, em iufitiw, irrmiiluy-,.
i-ti:. riull.Bi.lv lllu.itiuli-il, Uioiutu-'UI v puililar,
aii'l vrry rhaj. In ellliiK iuiiu.-tw-ly , V.imiii
Htri nt i auiti. Seud for f ull iaiiirulurn. 'I hit.
l tin-i huuif of l.ci j .-ur i, emu MLiiii-v li.
Ctrl II. f only nliul.k bistnrv. IIUBdARD
BROTHKHS. I'i ni.i-tir.H, M La huh.- Mich,
(' tTTIllV '"-iveJ by iirniatun-
jjl 1 lUtl liiM.iaH.4-iii..iiii' lu he mil. ml,"
ami ti lling Mhui w 111 lia..t-ii in Aiuu't ami ..
C(n a wnrk in your on town. 'rin and
ODD 3 "i mil lil lift-. II. II U.I.M A lit., I,it
Tho Litlie Rock
and Tort Smith
- J I A S
I"1 O Xt S A Xi E
luauiiig l.an.ls, (..aiing I.in.U, Ktuit Laiuls, Vine
l.amls, l.'fiul lll.d, Wu.kI l.an.ls, koiiic 1'raiiie
l.udfl, Itiiitiiui ltmls, and t iiianils, ua triaa
to Muit the purcbaeer. Six per onnt m
Icii on drle.rcd juytnrnts. Ten per cent dis
count ti.r csh. lur full fiattiruLus, inapt and
...i..i,lirlls apply to 1J. SLACK. I-'"1
t oiiiiiiissiuntr l.illlr Itoi , Arkjiiis.s.
O r Extra Fine Mixed Cards, uiil. name
4v lO eta , ik.si pui.l. I,. .lo.NKs A III.,
ai-.;4U, X. V.
JJ ''ria.K. 1". O. V1CKI.1:V, An-r,ii-.a,
Si in Of .r.luy ut l.om.i. Sumiilcs worlh
IU SlIN'MtNA in Port
W T I' 1 1 Mrn ,a M'Tebania. t a
II .'til f-lj n. ..nth uud truvrliiii; iv,iutr
nl. tiuui Mm. ul 'jf t o., ht. Iiiiii, Mn.
,) - tMIU I INK t AUliS, no tuoulikt . wilb
I') iiuiiic, lu its, .1. ii. IIAKDI II. Mul.ltn
N . ,
IVVCI.ilsi: Slaiup l lir. IIihIk-, I'lalil.-li
i 11. .live, St. I.tuiiit, Mo. for Cnnliir Articlfn s
I'lililieuud iu hi iHtiau Tui.-. .
'I'lin-e lliiiaiid, two luimlrtl niid ttily dollars
Worth of aHWkiiar adveiliinMu, al aiUislirsv'
srlit-.lillf ralea, Klvrll li.r a;.J, und a Hire'
mouth' note a ri ii lu iiayi.iml iVom avcr
Iment of ntNtiMibilttv. A i.iuilxl li.-l, giviun
Naiiiv, lianirti-r, Ai-tuul Daily un.l W Lly Clr
culaiiim, und Nch.il.ile rain of AUvvrtUiuif,
sent In Id any adilivats. Apply In lifurse f".
II.. well A Co, .PWHiaiier AdwrliniiiK AkuI,
l 1'ark Jtww, 3t, V,
SKXH 2V InVi. P. UOW'M.I. .1 CO., New
VorL, l'..r l'mi.hli I of l' .ar's, ro.ila.uing
IikUoI .fn) nW"iuM-ra, aud situalvi Uuwui
i of uitvrri.iiiK.
of Kviry lK. rillon
Best Light Known I
' -l i-i-i ',: V..-;
uve not the time or Indtostlon to luike
make lniwr a follow t ' - ' !o .
oil U very email, whieh make. th . n.t
how to Test
.LW QD JJL Lim
lamp you sep tit to ue. J.t it be vUao. and
other oih Kill the howl' with Klaine, 'and '
aud set fire to the wlrk at tn l,mr ud.
lamp ; Instead of the fclaiue iguiting, as
etticgui - h the flame on thewi. k as it enters
lamp, h'tf 1t up aud carry it as a very care'- ' '
other open vessel tilled with Maine, n one
nail, move the burning wick about in the oil.
ignite, remove the wick, and ptaee It bum-
all la a flame, poor UeCaiee from the
aud it will be immediately extinguished. Be
. j ...
Southern Illinois, and
Mark These Facts.
The iivtimuby of Hie Wftulc World
"I lli.H kI.Ii ; llnlbiway'a I'iils (rate me
a hettrly one.' '
' ..Mr I'iIIh are mat vel.iun."
' I n ml lor a. mil. i r box, and i-ci ). mni in lit.-
In. II.. Mown) lia rurrd luv i.tudacl.e U.at
wu rhmu. ..' '
'1 f itv of your 1'illa In iuy IiuIh- lor rlml -era
juorhm. 'I he deal liltlc iIi.uk K"t nell iu a .
My in'iwa f a niuiniriK in now cured "
' our hox of llolii.way 'a Ointment cured nie
of lixiM-s in llie bead. I rilhlrfil loine of vour
Unili.i. i.l Itthiiul li.eear.i, and the uoi.4-tiua IHI. '
".ei.il me I wo Imj. j want oue lor a incr
i nrloM.' a dollar; your irire reuln, ltil
llie iiieiliiue In lue n W orth a dollar "
"Si-..d n. live bo e ol your 1'iln " ' '
"I at iuuliae three boxes of your I'Ula bv I -
turn mail, lor t hilta sod Keter " .
-I hafeover 2' su.di tei-t.liioniaU ubtt.ru-, bill
Walil of .-.(Hue C0IImi1 lite to Wiurlinie.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
Ami all eriiiioiu of tl.e sLiii, lliiii OiuliiU'i.l U
unit t invaliiulile. It does nut h-at CMi-ruallr
alone, hut iM-ni-tralea i tli the m.i.-t -eaii liihg
lUnd. to lliv very rool of liieei.
Invariably cure llie followinn dinea'es
Disorder of tb Kidneys-
In all JIsae aOVetiufr tin t ortann, whi.llitr .
Ilirr Herri-le loo nui. li or Ion lillle Water; nr -v
lietlier Ihey lie alllicted with nloue or gravel, or
Willi al lien aud uiua wttled ill the loiua over the
regions of tlie kidneys, tlteoe I'ilU aliuuid he ta
li in uwordiiiK to llie irinted dir tion. ami the
ilintnieiit shoidd be Well riltibe.1 into the Kliiall ol
the burk ai bed liiu. This I rent mint will I'ive
almost in. n.ediule relief lieu all other nmu.
For Stomachs Out of. Order-
No medicine will so ellecliully in.H-ove ll
toue of tlie slomaeb ns them; Tills; they i-emore
all acidity orcaiioiieil either by iutemcrnncr wr '
improper diet. 'Ihey reach the liver ...id reduiv
it lo a healthy action jther are wonderfully etlira- -eii.us
in eae of .Mn iu facl Ihev never lull iu
curing all drdi ra of tlie liver aud aleuua.li. -.
HulXuH'AY'i I'lLtJlarsUi. h kuow;.'ia
tlie world for llie following l (... S : Atifc?
AMI. iu.1!, l;ilioi.8 ('oiuilaitits, lib.rrliini'Tinr llrr-
M-in, Ilowsld, ColniiDJl'lluU, I'ebllily, lro.tfv,
Ityseiilery, Kryaipshis, FeiuuJe. lrivHlariliea
levers ofuil kinds, fit, tiotit, Uea.bM.e. Uidi-e-ilion,
Inflammation, Mamaboe, List li.iu
lilaiuti, Lumbago, ri'ilSe, Km mi.ati-.ur. lieleu
lioii ol urine, .Si-relVihi- or Kimj S hyil. v)ie
'Ihriurf-, 'dlons 'and travel. Ti'-Il..aloHrrrA.
I'uiu.its, t'lqeiM, Worms of sit kinds, )Vrukl.e-i
Irmu ay ea.foCj ety. '. , f ' f'
Nona are KfU"' uulesa (be siiri.altiiif 4f
Ilay.UtcsV.aa MMet for Ilia I uited Mates, '-sutV
rouinla tmM bo of fills, aud HiUin..ii.A
liau.laoiae inard will be K I veil to uuy os BSSI
deriutf kiire . latneMaalwu ua may U-iA ! tfr
drUifioil OfatlT Tf'V orpsrtwa eouuJlirl ifc
Ihe mad Wines or Yfiutiiu; Ihe aaiiiekissshss's
Iheinjar baxJiilrtOlu.. ,
Rol.l VPllie uniiiifactory of I'rofeKSor Hoi.
low ST Cn.ytrew"Vork-,' amtbjr aft iei.l
lruiriri.-tn ami dealer iu lulii:ine lluuiii ho.il
lsjp el .:ie, Uutes if eei.
: I f I here ia wvsiflbbJuiavJui; hf tal.uK ll.e
Itiraer iea. -
N. H. Oireccions for lbs guidance of put leu I
iu every disorder am allixeU tn csxdi boK. . " (
Offloav, 112 Liberty St., New York.
the Civilise ' 9, biutes if K eals 'J
.turf , izi - i ;i . !
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