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CYHUS S. OBKHLY, Fditor.
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riltirwr of RepnMlrnn lnliiiilntlii
Hew llemerrntir Xfir ft-o
, rnlnl Iroirt Vuliriit.
TUK HOUSK CoMMIlllK.
Nf.w Oni.r.A.v", Doc, 18. At tl nifi-t
lug of tlm lioufe 'nvr-Bt'jrat'ns: otmniiteii
. to-dnv. Georro Johnson, colorrd, who
' testified few days no, was recallf-il'
Hf stated that lie had tn nfsatilteU ly
colored IJciuiblirans islnee lie lesiiikd It
lore the couimitU-e. Knows other ivit
ticfciws who fear violence if they testify.
, 'O IKLKGRAft KORTntXiHXi.
E. W. Barnes, manager Western I'liion
Telegraph company, who "ml teen sub
poenaed to produce dispatches sent Hnd
received by Kellojrg, 1'ackard, Dibble,
Wnriiiolh, Carter and Onerul Anger,
ftoU uiM after tho 15th ot Aligned, 1K7G,
was called before the committee.
In answer to a question Mr. limits
tUted he had iiot brought any messages
with him ; that lie had becu instructed
by iwrid uierintendent Van llorne
tiot to dellrer or proiluce messages ; con
sequently he must under his instructions
refuse to deliver the telegrams culled lor
by the subpeena.
1HK NEXT WITNESS.
John Young, ot Do Soto, was the next
witness. Heard State Senator Da vo
Young, Republican, say beioro election
that Nicholls would be counted out even
If he was elected. Knew ot intimidation
by Republican ot negroes who intended
to vote the Democratic ticket. They
were threatened, and in some case had
to have protection from the Conserva
tives. Colored people were afraid to vote
the Democratic ticket.
To General Ilurlbut Young is the
holder-over state senator. Know of one
Instance where on Tensas river a white
man. a Democrat from Chicago, was
maltreated aud whipped by negroes.
We pledged ourdves to protect negroes
who desired to vote the Democratic
ticket, even with our lives ; had no organ
ization or society organized for that pur
pose. Is an attorney ; practices in the
parishes of Concordia, Teijsas, Catahoula,
and others ; U a Conservative Democrat";
over 100 negroen voted the Democratic
ticket at the last election at Yi Julia;
about 100 voted for TilJen, and 1.'0 for
the state ticket ; the colored men were
AETttlltl 11, VHTH
The Democratic ticket unlem guaranteed
the protection of Democratic white men,
who gave assurance of protection; was
at Viilalla the day of election; the colored
men in many instances were deterred
through tear Irom voting the Demo
eratic ticket, as the general talk among
the negroes was that every colored Dem
ocrat ought to.be killed, and his wile
should maltreat and leave him,aud'inany
other threats ; the colored Republicans
iind tiie Republican party arc largely in
the majority in Concordia ; know of no
violence to colored . .Democrat, -. only
threatening tufa'; Dave Young and t-ovo-ial
other Republican olHee-hohlen arc
' t'Nl'KR 1SD1CTMEXT
For Healing $3LtilK) ot the public, school
money ; they obtained possesion of tlio
money as trustee, etc.; no violence was
iilft-red to any colored Democrats, but
attempts were made to prevent. heir
voting the Democratic ticket J)y forcing
Republican tit kels upon them und tour
'..! their Democratic ; the supervisor of
registration Hinde but two returns,
one including all the polls, and the second
about polls 2, 3 and 4 , where protests
wens made; wituess made out some of
thee protests ; these polls u';h largely
Monn or tuu sa.mi: sore.
J. Floyd King testilicd : Is a resident
of Concordia parish ; was at the poll hi
Vidalia on the day of the election ; saw
no violence, no 'intimidation, except
threatening remarks ; ono colored Diuio
eiut had a Republican ticket forced upou
him ; is In charge as agent ot four pl.tn
tatlocisln Tenaas. Madison and Concor
dia parish?, end travel a great deal
through the country ; in every place the
colored men det-ircd to vote the Demo
cratic ticket, but were restrained through
l ar ot being killed ; on the Morgan plan
tation a colored Democratic club was or
ganized. &H the members of which voted
the Democratic ticket ; under the circum
stanoea lie thought it was heroic for the
olored men to vote the Democratic
ticket, but had not coerced any i ).:
Lands to vote for Democrats.
... .JL4SV 1UHH.1-wadi:. .- -'1'homas
Dawson, a colored resident of
. oneordia parish, has worked on (lie
Morgan plat for about eight years; J.
Tloyd King is now manager of that plan
tation ; was president of a Democrat club
containing thirty-five or lorty members
uiadts up of hands on the plantation;
voted tho Democratic ticket because hu
wanted to; heard many threats made by
colored Republicans against colored
Democrats and doea not believe he would
have voted the Democratic ticket on the
day ot election 11 he had not teen at
tended by white men as protectors. o
violence was done to colored Democrats.
A RF.CHEANT SITEKVISOT.
K. C. VMikney, residing In Net Or
lean, called upon James Anderson, m
pervisor ol regUtratiou for the parish ot
Kan Feliciana, to Interview 1dm, as 1
ltarned that Anderson defied to make
an exposure ot certain mutters regarding
the election iu Kast Feliciana ; am cor-ri-p4K"tiit
of the New York iU,'U;
rfndefsoD said he knew all about Rust
Feliciana and ii the Democrat would
guarantee him a jxv.it Ion lu. would ex
pos!, everything und iulhuuted U,at
u h would be lavorable to the Deuio
tratkc party". Audcraon said hH wauuda
living, and produced a larga t-uvelope
Wttht beal directed to James Aodcron
and endorsed "To be opcnwl when the
returning board promulgates l'jc rote."
Anderson snld tlm! he wai badly
trented by Kellogg niv.l I i party lor, os
they said, li.ninir "tone back" on theJ
A OKET M .fY TtlHKAT.
C iiarl s 'i . ::di, icloie,'., of Comf.P
dia paibdi, voted the Re.'ubliuiii national
ticket and the liii'cratic state ticket;
did so partly becau-H.- be had a diagri c-
Wit-sst4 Senator D tvc'Vonn, and be
cause he thought the Democrat would
give the Mate a hitler government;
kfiowTonnr violence to eohti c,r TJeuio
ttats but 4ienrd n itreat many thrents,
kavi: voi'Mi'n sniECH.
William Hunter, of Concordia parish,
employed thirtv to sixly colored people ;
heard David Young, colored, in a speech
say1 that 8. H. Packard would bo the
next governor; that, it wa no ue
for the Democrats to ' do
anyihim; that the Republican
were in power in the state and intended
to remain so; that'lf not successful at
the ioll they would be counted In by the
returning board ; that the Democratic
mnjoiities had been ovrcome by the re
turning board Iwietofore, timl had been
sustained by bayonets, and that Ihey
would lie fUstained iu c'oing so agiim ;
heard Shc'Um tuake a speech saying he
could cut oil the head ot any negro vot
iug the Democratic ticket and
Mii.N'K iiis iu.ooo ;
Heard another colored man say the ne
groes lijij persuaded his wife to have
iii in because lie voted the Democratic
ticket ; knew of no improper influence
used to Induce the negroes to vote (he
Democratic ticket ; thinks about fifteen
colored men voted the Democratic ticket
at hi poll.
C ross-ixutuincd Km W of no violence,
but knew ono man who told him he
wanted to vote the Democratic ticket, tut
was afraid of violence.
ax ex-oovi:kof. a tkshmoxy.
Ex-Governor YVicklill'e testified: Re.
sides in the parish of West Feliciana ; did
nothing to prevent the organization o'
Republicans in the parish; over 1,000 ne
groes In tho Democratic clubs voted the
Democratic ticket ; they were enthusias
tic ; acted voluntarily ; the relation be
tween the whites and colored poople were
conciliatory ; promised the colored people
that it the Dtmoerats were success
ful in the contest and did not carry out
their promises, he would join the Re
publicans in the next campaign with the
negroes, again l the Democrats; an f.
fort was made to kill hnn and his part
ner, Mr. Usher; they were shot at one
uiulit; the candidate for sheriff of Wes1
Feliciana was killed a few nights before
trie elect ion ; some colored men didn't
want it known that they voted the Dem
ocratic ticket ; they especially didn't want
their wives to know it; thinks more ne
groes would have voted the Democratic
ticket if they had been left entirely nlone
and free from improper Influences ; the
negroes take more interest in the schools
than in any other question ; almost every
man in the parish, colored and while,
Jl IKii: KKX.VAKO ON 'J 111: sTASO.
Witness is a 1 emoerat ; w as one of the
campaign committee; made speeches In
many pariHics; aiidicssi .1 a lur-fc meet
ing at Raton Rouge ; about 2,000 colored
men were present ; after mak
ing one sjii c. h in Coneoi1.
he was Wititcd oil by col
ore.! men, some - ot li tu Republi
can, who requested him to deliver an'
other addrcs; Weber, supervisor ,f re;-
iir.iiKin. toi'i witness he was NUMici
(I i , , . .
me ,1011 w as i.ur linn tree in the pur
Mi ; every eil'ort w as made by the Demo
Ctats n a policy distinctly avowed iron!
me siarr, to secure a f.ur and rcaec."blii
election throughout the. state; in parishes
v, here there was a largo iiegro majority
tl.ey evinced considerable trepidation in
voting the Democratic ticket ; believed
they (cured violence. ,
Cross-examined At (he last clution
the Democrat., carried West Feliciana by
about 500 majority ; it was carried bv the
Republicans by 800 in 1871. TheVcwire
clubs in the parish called Regulators,
who were organized to stop petty pilfer
ing; they punished thieves by thrashing;
didn't know any member of such clubs ;
thinks their organization ceased after tbc
organization of political clubs ; there was
no collision in the parish except the asas-
Miiauoii oi vest, me Democratic caudi.
date for bheritl, seven or eight miles
from liayou Sara on hit -y to a political
The Centaur Lininient3 llUilJ.
luln, .ulxliH- swelling!, lir-ol bunts, aud will cm
ltln-nnu.tinu, Sviu, ui.d ouy lk-h. l..ue oi
iu.ir.ur .juunu. jlt. wune Wiapr i fur
Juiiuly u.e, the Yellow Wrapper lor umiiml.
Allstuf tlie ImrredirnH v conuiiu,! uround
taib Imillt-. TIji ) me liiitnp, He'' , hiI i-u-tuin.'
Tho certain, speedy .cdll,llMt,
remejy forcJ IUnn, in I'it:U.-i '.Ca-IoiU 'it ft
a ploaiaiit to luWf ui Loney ml aH rvrtuiu iu it
effecu a Castor Oil Kor Win.l ( clic, YVuini.
Hour Stoii,ttrh,nl Im.i.I.k I li.nrt-i, il.eiri
liOlhiutf likr I iiu) iu.
WHOU.SALK AND. liiiTAIU
IN THE CITY.
Goodu Sold Vcrr Cicsj.
Ocrax Itfth tl. v&4 Comucrola Av
C O. PATIER & CO.
ri'ui v VKsKs rrro fur. muliA
DK; C. MVLANE'S
C L 1 1: RAT ED ' .
LIVKU - PILLS;
- i e t it k or
s or l.iwr Conii'.laint,
iA A:,Lj SKK ULALjACIiIm
Symptom-: 'of a IiihC.ictl l.ivcr.
1).IX in the right side, uiulir the
t c of the ri-Ls, iitoreaics on jji cr.
siuv : sometimes the pain is in the left
m1'; tlie jfitient is rarely able to lie
on the left bide j sometimes the fiain
is idt tinder tlie shoulder-blade, ainl
it frequently extends to die top of
the shoulder, and is Mimetimcs mis
t.d.tn for a. rlicumat i.-in in the orin.
'1 ha stomacli is allli ted with lo.ss of
:ij petite ai.d sit km. ts ; the bowels in
,':cnci:d ;ne ctii . mint times cJter
i.alivcMitli l.tx : 0 e lu.-.d is troubled
v. i;!i pain, act omj .micd ith a dull,
licavy sennit ion 1:1 tlie Latk part.
'1 litTeiatiicrr.!!) .'.i L-!!. i(!ciiiLleloss
ofmtir.oiy,;n cciinp.iiiitd with ap:;in
f :1 sensation of Ji.iing left undoiie
M'ii,ctliii.r' Aiith o!';-iit lo liave been
tlor e. A li'al, dry t ougli is tome
times ."ii ottcndiuii. a 7'lic. jiatient
con- i'aii,sofwcp.rinc: sanddebiliiy ;
hc-h vr .startled, liis feet ;irc told
or litniiing, and h complains of a
prickly senwition of tlie tkin j liis
spirits arc low; and although lie is
satisfied that exercise would be bene
fit to liim, y et ;e can fcCarct ly
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the de-case, but "ta.es
liave occurred w here few of them ex
Ktcd, ) tt examination of tlie lod),
after tkath, l as Oiov. n the i ivru to
have been txtci-iwly deranged.
AO IT. AM) fi:tr.
Di C. :.;U.am.'s I.ivi.r Tills,
IN t Al.r. ( ! Aeri; AND I 'r.vr.R, wlitu
taj:tn with Quinine, are .roductive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can 1 -j tcd, preparatory
to, or alter takm
v' .11,11 iic. ,it
would advi-e all
. t - i
who are alTutltd
wun mis o;
e to rive them a
For all I'.iliou', derangemtnts, and
as a simple j-ui;uaiive, they are un
c'UKiled. nnwAiu; of imitations.
The genuine 1R. C. M'.J.nl's
T-tvr.R I'lLisaie never sugar mated.
I'.very ln. ha- a lvd wax seal on
the lid. villi the impression Dr.
Ai'.l.ANr.V htviK Till-.
iiie cjennirc MU.ank'. I.ivir
fit i s Pear the sijrnatures of C
M'. t..M. and J i.i .mim; Dros. oathe
iv Insist on your lrugj;lst or
storekeeper giviiifj von the p-nuiue
I he. C. M La.i:.-; J,':n; Pills', pre
pared by ricininj! Liu:., I'itt.sLurh,
Sold by all re; pe table vlnKists
and country storekeepers generally.
To ihre ,i (.;ve 1. t'. MrI.ANt's
I.ivfk I'll i s a tri..i. i.i., ii otm ui.l to iiny
pan i.f llis I 'lilted M.iie.-, ui.e bux of iill. tut
I Aci,t -live cemv
H.KM1M; TROS.. ritiOwrsfi. P.
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pounded with the greatest care.
Its effects are sis woirderful and
.1? satisfactory over.
Jt rcstoiWray or liulod hair to
It?i yonthlul color.
It removes all eruption, itching
and dandmlf. It gives the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort,-and the sculp by its use
becomes white and clean
Jly its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and
making the hair grow t hick and
As a dressing, nothing has becu
found so etl'ectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, 31. 1., State As
saver of Massachusetts, says, Thu
constituents nrc pure, and carefully
selected for excellent quality; anil
I consider it the Ui:st l'Rr.r.utATios
for its intended purposes."
Price, One Dollar.
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I'lililinlied in the lliiiht of llie (.snlcn 01 Hie WcM,
where lauils rnuy lie procured tit J (. In ui
turucre. J'lie 1111111 i whsltyer se, pmil-jqion
ir eupii.d, can here nuike hi I'.irliiiie.
TIion e.iiteiiiilaiini a wcdeni Iioint ami dim
lency, nuy b ihuroiiKhly inl'm niid Ly Ui
coiiiiiiis siib-ertbers In the Joi knal.
Ikiims: One jejr, en j i montho, fl
I'Uiec niiiiitiiM, -I'ein, p jsliijue piiil.
AlhI-.. I . M. Ti IIKIfN,
lee. t-lvv ijiki. City , Uv.i.
K. t'. UuuKel a Hitter Wine or IruTl
has never been Known lo fail in the cure of
vvcukuet-4, attended with symptom i indin.
position to exertion, Iodh of memory, diili
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of dieae, Weak, nervous trembling, dread
1ul hoirorof death, ni'ht sweats, e.old feet,
weakness, linine.-s of vision, languor, uui
veishl lasitude ol the muscular aytem,
euoriutnis appetite with dyspeptic .ymp.
tonis, Iiot hands, Uashiuc of'lbe ho ly, dry
uess of the skin, pallid countenance mid
eruption on the lace, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ot the eyelid-,
frequent black spots flying before the eye
with temporary suiIImou and lo-s of hifjht,
waut ol attention, etc. These svinptoms
all arise from a weakuevi, and to remedy
that, use K. K. Kuukel' Bitter W'ino ol
Iron. It never tails. Thousands are now
en.ioyiiiif lieallh who have Used it. Take
only E. T. Kuukcl'a.
beware ot counterfeit and base imita
tion. As Uunkel' hitler Wine ofliouis
so well knonn all over the country, drtig
i.'lnts themselves uibke aa imitation and try
to sell it oil' to their customer, when they
call for Kunkel't Bitter Wine or Iron,
Kunkel'x Bitter W ine of Iron i put up
only iu isl bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on tho outside with the pro
prlutor' photograph on the wrapper of
each btit'lo. Always look fr the lihoto.
raph on ilicouuide, uuJ jou will ulwayi
I . .
be sure to cet the ireuuine. Due dollar net
bottle, or six for i.'i. Sold bv druggist and
dealer vtc.i'Yw hern
ALL WOU.Msi HKMOVKD AL1 U.
E. E. Kunkd' Worm Syrup ucver fail
to destroy Tin Seat aud Stomach Worms.
Dr. ktiukcl, tlm only successlul physU-ian
who remove Tape 'Worm in two hour
alive, with head, and no fee until removed,
Comiiiiui dense teache that fl Tape Worm
be rtii.ovpil, all other worm can be readily
destroyed. Send lor circular to Jr. Kuu
kel, No. Xj North Ninth htreet, 1'hila.iel
phia, i'a., or call 011 your Urnj-'Liist and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel' Worm srup.
i'rice. jl.iMi. U never fails.
'f riiMee'n Niile.
W livre.n, rn the I'lh ilsy of.Iuh , A. I., fi",
Henry Msyo and Catharine Muyo, hi wile,
eieculcd and ileliyer.il tif the umtcrsiyued fur
the iiui poxe ol'tteenrinir the payment ol a eei tuin
pruinitmry note therein nienlloiied, a irut M-ed
to the liillott inj. dt-n.-rilied pivmiMes, tu-w it: 1 ho
iiiii lh-i li1uiU-r ol the mall-east ipiHrter aud
Uu- soiilh-went quarter nl' Hie norlh--ai.t iimrter
and the .ulh ha! 11 1 the nurtli-weM iiiam-r ol
the iiurih-Ciii-t ii..rnr. all Iviuy and heing lu
seel ion seven, lnvruehip sixteen, rsue mo, vesl
of the third Him-iiml InellJun in AU-xmider
Coiiiuy, UlinoU; auavtheivas, ilrianlt ha. teu
made ui the payment vl nuid note. Now. (hare,
line iu iursimnce of the aiitliuuty eonlerred by
aid tnit deed. 1 will sell the above ilcenbed
prruiiM-ji at pul.lk vrtiitiw, to tlm hikhe.t heliler
fur ch in Imnd, al the coin 1 hous door, ih the
city ol t siro in said Alexander County, Illinois,
en Muuduy. die Mh day o Junuury, A. l. Is7,
between tl. hours l ten o'clock a ui.,andllv
o'clock 11. iu.,4'1 kmtl due, aid tale to b without
ledeiuptlun' Ingji.t Maht.is
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E. da1ton, Dr. W. U, Ctnienter, Trof. Hux
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Anthony Trollope, Matthew Arnold, lleniy
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Cai lyle, Tennyson, Browning, nud nin otlitr,
are represented in the patru of
Iitt oil's liiving JgsJ
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A POSITIVE PROXSCTIOIT FR02I EXPLOSION
Safest, Cheapest and
Family Safeguard Oil.
Advantages cf Eli over other Oils.
Some t enon, t.ot familiar with oil" who imve not the time or locllaatfon ta tuike
an analysts, ask vthy
Elaine, the Family Safeguard Oil,
'tandiua iju de. Fire-Test .should be useu iu prefert nte to ihe orJtoaiy lieailllLt oil,
ot Ixi def?. test. t-oMlng less to which we make answer a follows :
KL.M.Ni; i taken out at a point In the distillation, w here It 1 tree from imkafmxk,
lZlNit, and a dangerous Kn which is cootalncd in all Id .Might and kerosene oils,
and the yield out of aclven nmountofiru.lv oil l very small, which makes ih con,
lili-hrr than that of ht addighl. LI. A INK is, a, c.iin,.d, i.ou-eplotlv. and perfectly
fafc ; whereas ordinary beaddiht oil, contain great deal of parafUne, and the Ulahr
the test the heavier they are and the nioie parartine ihey contain. This e.Xee-i of para
ff'ineob.iructsthewl. k.thusiiroventitiKtoatrreateitentthe ecape of ihe danrua
ias, and causing, In some ca., those terrible explosion wblcb happen o frequently.
The cost of Klaiue on Street Cars, taken from an average of one year, on vne ot t&e
largest line in rittsburc, was only Ii cents per tught for two lights per car.
Directions how to Test
IE jO. H IK QD U TLi
Take any common kcroseue or coal oil lamp you ce fit U use. Lt t it be cl-ao. atii
do not ute wick that has been tied In any other oil. Fill the bewlwltb KlaiLe, and
after IlKhting the lump, tms.-rew the burner and set Ure to ihe wl. k al the. lower end,
aud gradually Immerse It lu the bowl of the lamp; instead of the Klaine Igniting, a
vv o.ild be the ease w ith ordinary oils, it w HI extii.gubti the flame on the vrlck as it utrs
the oil ; then irrew ihe burner iisht ou the lamp, lift it up and carry It as a very tar.
less person or child would, side w.. or upside down, and It will invariably out ; or
upset il, as if by acei. lent, and the same resti't will be aceomplibtd. Iben take the
wick and place it in a hall pint measure or other open vessel tilled w Ith KUIne.set oc
end on lire, h0d with piece of wire or a nail, move the burning wb k about lo the oil.
Alter being mistied that the Klaiue ft ill not Ignite, remove the w Irk, and place 11 burn
ing upou a shovel or board, and when it u all Ii a flame, pour the Klaltic from the
incisure or vessel upon the burning m&, and It will be Immediately extinguished. Be
sure and pour plenty of Elaine upou the tlame, or else the flame being the strongest, will
coii-ume the oil iut us waier is consumed w hen a bouse I on tire.
Exclusive Agents for Southern Illinois, and
the adjacent country South and
West of Cairo.
- ' ' .- I-S I 1 9 . 1.U
n:jv aim t hi is.
Vila day ut remit,
Aesiits w uM-il. I l it hi
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A imi'liiciien-riic.tiireorftsliWforr, graud Imild
mj, w.iuderfiil oxliibits, curioide, g-rest .lays.
'lc. rruliisely ilkisti'afel, tlioroughly popular,
an t very cU-an. In veillnir Inn.niv -. n...
airenls wanted, heiclinr full Mtrticiilar. '11. is
Is tliu c hanre ol hsi years to din rnonev f.i.
rt-ltlie nnlv reliable liistnrv. HUBfiAED
BROTHERS, I'ctLliit.i, La Salie .-licet,
P 1 TT I OV l! l" deceive.l l.y ureiuitturf
lIUi) iMMiksasiiuiioi! f ls-"(iili,-iul
and t. IIiuk w hat will happen iu Aui-ud sn I nsp.
'!i Krt '' yur nwu ovii. let-iiiB hiiiI
"'eiitlll five. II. H vl.IJ i Jt (,., I'.ut.
The; Little Rock
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P O H. S A Ii 33
Karmintf Land, Grijins Laml, I'ruit Laods. Vint
l.iindi, tc.all.nidi. Wood lands, tunic Prairie
l.autl, Iluttoiii lands, and Uplands, co tsrma
to suit the purchaser. Blx per cent in.
teresi on deferred paymcnti. Ten per cant dit
cennt fi.r cash. 1 ut full partu-ulars, inapt and
pimphrjui, apply 10 W. D. SLACK, l.an.1
4 oiiiuiis-iuiier Little iock, AiLaiuuv.
Extra Fine Mixed Carda, wiih
W IO eta., posi paid. 1 .lo.XKS A.IO.,
Satsjii, N. V.
$55 to $77t-aB-V.,o. er
$5 tO $20 lVUy w,1,",e' '"'He worth
11 , 'ee. iHNM. a tu., J'oit-
Y AYTTll Mrn lo " lo Meiclmuis. m7
".'' Alal UMiith and liavrlici; exbejii-e
paid. Oeiu Msmui ji o., t. Louis, AI.i.
tATKA I INK CAIiliS, no twoaliLe.wltb
j. ii..jiie, 111 tu. j. K. llAKlli.H,
E .9L"S' s,i,ni' tu Dr. DoriKe, l'lanfeia
lluitse, St. I.ouis, Mo. lor I ardue Article aa
jlilistied ill llu iriiiiu Time..
1 lave iliniisaiid, two liumlreil ai,J Ully dollars
Wurlli of ueuspaier a.lvertisitifr, ut pulilislier'
si lie.ltile rates, j;leii for Tio, and a three
iuoiiIIih' note acecited in pavmeijl tiomadrer
isers of rcsisuindlulttv. A iuillt.sl li.t, civioR
Name, ttuuacter, Actual Du'lyund Weekly tir
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sent flee lo any sddiesa. Apply 10 l,oi-
I u y-T'W Advertirii.B AuU,
imn , .
A 6MB wna to -ooF1
ahak. Event .t the National Capital
AMI) IH CAMPAIGN 09 1876y
JllSt ll.c hn.ik iVTrll.. .... . ."11 L
pfllie Nstioual Capital and Government, bhowa
how tlie Koveruotenl ha been luauayed siuc its
ftrxauiutiou. txpluiu how lolia ara put
''.'"HCiKufres. .ive4 a lull l.laiory of lb
WliUky frauds aud Hulknap tiiiuudal. It vivva
he lives of Usyea, WUueler, TUdeu ana neu
aricA. Graud ehsiice lor Ayebt. Address.
-i:-ww J.U CUAilHtHiJ, tu Louis, Alo.
Best Light Known I
Mark These Facts.
Hie 'I .-Ktili.i'i, J of the VVIi-ilr Wurld.
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS.
"1 lalnoiippiliie 1 Holloway'. I'iHs (rave n.e
a heartj one. '
' Voar I'd! are raarveluiis."
' I sen.J inr aii'jilirr soi, and teen thein iu the
liuiise. ' '
Dr. 1 1. ill. is, ay ha ciirH niy Lead, lie thil
w as chronic."
' I (race one ol your Tills to rny b'w lor ct.l
era nun b'i. '1 lie dear little thing Kut well 10 t
day . ; '
"My na.isea al a niormn Is now cured "
'our box of Holl.iway' Oiutment rureit Die
of noises in the head. 1 riibhed voaie ol your
Uintinent Iwliind the ears, and the noihaa leit "
"Send me two boxes; i want one fur a oovr
"I enclose dullart your price h 2.'. cents, hut
the medicine to me i worth a dollar "
"S'end uie live lioxes of your Till."
"It me Imve thus! boae of your Tills by ie
111 in mail, fur thills and I-ever."
l have over i"i such testimiiDial astl.-e, but
want of space con pels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorder,;
And all eruption of the ikiu, this ointuisut I
tiii.H iiivaluable. It doet not heal evlemally
aloue, hill penetrates with the nio.-t -sr liti.tr
eU'i-ola to the very root of IU evil.
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS
Invariably cm Ihe lullovvinir dises e
Disorder of tha Kidney.
In all disease, adding these organs, whether
Iher secrete too much or too litlia watr; or
whether they be aUlicted with atoue orsriavel, or
wiib ache and pains settled in the loins over lb
regions of the kidneys, these Tills should b ta
ken aeeordintc to the primed directions, and the
Ointment should be well rublied into the small of
the hack at bed time. 1 hi treatment will give
aliiio! immediate relief when all other meats
For Stomachs Out of Order.
Xo medicln- will 10 effeciually iniprov the
lone of the stomach us thee Tills; lliey remove
all acidity occasioned either by inteinurranc r
linpropar diet. I hey reach U.c liver and reduce
it to a healthy action; they are woniU-rfully efttua
el.ms in eases of siiasm In fact they never fall iu
curuiB all disorders of the liver aud atoniacu.
Hul-LUWAV'S TILLS are the best known in
the world for the following disease 1 Aaii..
Astlinin, IJillou ConiplaiulB, lllotehe on tha
?-Uu, liuwels, Consumpiion, Debility, Drops,
JytDlery, Krysipelas, Female IrreguUnlie,
fevers of all kinds, Kits, (ioul. Headache, Indi
gestion, Inflammation, tJaiicdice, Liver Coin
plaints, I.umliaeo, : Tiles, Klieuinatism. Reiea
in.n ol urine, V-rofula or h-ing r.vil. Hor
Ihroais, Mtoue and tiravrl, Tic-Douloureux,
Tumors, Ulcers, Worms of all kinds, Weakness
liolu any cause, etc.
None are genuine unless the signature cf 3
Hay.lock, a ageat for the Lulled Mates, sur
rounds each box of Tills, and Uinlnisnt. A
1 1.. .ill ... , - . ..
11.UIUVIU0 i.nui'i win urn iveu 10 an uu . -"
deiiuif such iulorniaiiou a may lead 10 the
detection of any parly or parties coiuiierieitin.
Ihe medicine or leading ibe same, kuowius;
meiu 10 tie spurious. ,
Sold al the manufactory of Profesanr Hot.,
lowav A Co., Ncr Vork, and liy all repectabl
druggist aud dealer ia medicine throughout
the civilizd wurld, Jo boe al 'O cents, f.
cents and l each. ... ...
iy 'i here I i-oaaiderahle saving, hy taking n,?
laraer size . ,
X. B. Direction for the truldance of patient
in every disorder are a&xed to each box.
Office, 112 liberty Bt., New York.