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THE ELECTORAL COUNT.
A Gm the EUctoral Commit
Ion It Pitying.
Strong i Point, of the Demo
crttlo Ctte on Louisiana.
Argument on the Objections to
the Hayet and Wheeler
The Tribunal Putt in a Full
and More Than Earnt
Ex-Senator Carpenter Beginning
an Elaborate Argument.
osm-va to wobk o. torisuxa.
WMBimnojr, Feb. 13. At the meet'
ag of the electoral commission to-day
Senator Tburrnau was absent owlns to
sickness, but alter a delay ot tlfteen miu-
utes the senator arrived.
Ten minutes later argument was bejrun
by Senator McDonald, who supported
the objections to the Hayes certificates
bxkatok m'oomld's remarks.
Mr. McDonald referred to the previous
congressional action and laws to show
that tb returning: board had no power
to look into Irregularities at election un
less a proper foundation is laid by state
ment of supervisors of registration or
commissioners ot election or ether
proper affidavits, la tbeelectlon oi IS" 2
the vote ot Louisiana had been rejected
because tbe returning board had not
complied with tbe law, and they now
proposed to show the law bad not been
complied with in tbe present case. A
popular majority bad btsen returned ia
one way and that majority bad been re
verted by this board. Through actual
fraud tbey Lad thrown aside returns sent
tbem by the proper officers, and had
taken reports of the supervisor ol regis
tration in their place. But even this
they did not follow at all times. Tbe
people of sixty-bine polls had been dis-
Mr.Tburmin aiVl how uiDj ol Uj j
mama had been accompanied by pro-1
Mr. McDonald reuiied that not one pro
test Lad accompanied the returns from
these tixtT-fiiat poiling-piaces. The two
booses cf congress had already taken
steps to inquire into the legality ot the
cjKSion in T 1 'trans, axxl he tuaintalfced
the comii, Asioa .pawning the powers of
the two booses had a right, and it was
their doty to consider the information in
primer ion ? the two bouM-t. Tbeir
ert judicial, rot merely clerical,
and be conjured theia to carefully weigh
cut) enoeoe la row! of tae two
ttoeaea, tor which thry w ere arf.lt,;.
Mr. Jesks aaid they were prepared U
ibow that the tiara ejectors were cot
elected ia conformity with la w. Would
the trideooe be aoceptod f lie would also
show that ertifceat No- 2 more nearly
conformed te tbe law ; that i was law
f ul ia nil Mseniial points. Should the
cUm that the governor (hail omiiy over
rid li eotustiluaoiuJ provision as to the
mode of ehoVee and legislative enact
tawat a to tha rime of holding the elec
tion! if ea, ttey would show that fraud
was co&necUd with that certlikate, and
that the governor who ieened tbe certsfl
eaie was a parry to the frand. He as
aerted as facts that the law required tbe
eitetfoa of electors by a popular vote,
aid that tb TUdoa electors received a
tujotity oi troca to Kfi(j tote.
O proceeded to review the election In
several parishes. They were, be
prepared to show that it was deter
before the resoU was koown that
U iMttsaasy to eaectfthe result the re-
turxiLg hoard was prepared to give the
rjc to ilsyee regirdiess for whom tbe
w lad dm tat.
I. iuJju k4 a that the moral
ixl 4 the nurera uUfU be sieved to
eLim srjoa w tracaattioc, koi the na
U 1 tree frvn the L vx of this re
Mr. lirSs iu hxv Iiot spoke,
aS t: tU VArtMhs A Mr. Iina't ar
fx&xtz JoSf Ujij ILfwTstd tU
vmmU tial laMrt. Crpei.tfcr.
IrvsiMlmtA tLve.l wosj aps.r as
"Kti l the Itatra: ae.
Mj. t-tvu atswurfjttl that
h'aghUsa, kteZMirgr murl LinJ
vw4 sar tor the Jiepobliaaa.
Mr. Caaspua ivtu ., fc
ete. Jti. OarLtl ini u, ibu
tU Una aoar Un. vu thro
O fe-aaaln.rT,g the cotbiia
syttoeed chat tour hoars iA s Laif would
, -' - - - . . .
awwwi w eacn uot tot unt argu-
Dcna, mvt uuxi ut couniaoa woaM
ueajuit at i o CiOtk hUl tit
until ft o'clock this evening.
SfaTT CaJtrXXTEK'S ttttJ H.
Wheatheeommaaaiosj again aaMntd
at 5 o'clock ex-Senator Carpenter rose
k&daaids If thecoort please, to relieve
son little anxiety that exists in some
psru of the country, let tne ceupy one
""wt suting lor whom I apper
hwu I dlra to aay la the first place
that I do not appear tor Samuel J. Tilden.
lie U a gentleman whom 1 have not the
honor oi knowing, wUh wUom , Uf, no
7th ot November hut, an 1 if thh tribunal
could ordte a new trUl 1 .Wd
vote acalnat him again, believing
as 1 do that tbe accession f the Demo
cratic part to power in this couutr
day would U the greatest calamltv iw
could befall tbe people except one, and
that one great calamity would u to keep
it out dj moa IM lilaebood. Carpea-
wr earn oe p9avej tor ten thouaaud le
gal Totals 01 Louisiana who have been
disfranchise by lonr viUUnk tvhoSe off-J
.1.1 lUU li lha Mhtrnln hnint hr I null.'
iai iiiiw mm hiv v seaway. 4 wa - v w m
Ian a, and continued as follows : Lpon
the very basis of the bill creating this
tribunal your decisions are to be reported
to both houses of congress and the two
bouses of congress, may set them aside.
There Is an end then of saying this tri
bunal is exercising judicial, power, or
that whether you decide that tbe-vote
shall be counted lor Hayes or Tilden,
that decision precludes the question be
tween these two. It docs not. I can
not. In no possible aspect of the case
can It bo maintained that this tribnnal is
anything on earth but a legislative com
mittee ol investigation.
At this point Justice Bradley inter
rupted : I don't think there Is a differ
encc ot opinion on that point. It is a
universal theory, so far as I am in
formed, thai the powers of this commis
sion extended so far and so far only as
the powers ot the two houses ot congiess,
Mr. Carpenter In other words, then,
it Is agreed on all bands that the powers
of this commission are political powers.
delegated by the two houses of congress
our honors would have relieved your
selves Irom the infliction of the last
tweutv minutes if you had announced it
Commissioner Hoar I did not under
stand that Judge Bradley announced the
proposition that you Imve just stated.
Mr. Carpenter The proposition to my
mind is self-evident and so fortified by
the constitution that I will stop on the
mere suggestion that Judge Bradley has
made on the subject.
Justice Bradley intimated that counsel
bad drawn his own inferences. ,
Mr. Carpenter then quoted the lan
guage of the act creating the commis
sion, and contended that it ia the duty of
this tribunal not to ascertain what ap
pears to be the case, bat who have been
duly appointed. Mr. Carpenter quoted
various authorities to show that the writ
of quo warranto was not a criminal pro
ceeding, although It is in form, but it is
in substance a civil one. Continuing the
argument Mr. Carpenter said : Another
question, 1 think, is one ot considerable
difficulty, and that is what tbe statute
law ot Louisiana was on the 7th of No
vember last. Tbe question is : On the
1st of April, when the revised statutes
took effect, did they repeal all anterior
conflicting statutes, or was this act ot
1?70 saved, from repeal by the act of
the 2th ol February That is the
onestion. Let tne, la the first
proceed uva tbe iheor) that the
tUU on the 1M of Aprii did repeal tbe
iv. .ia.tUn law nt TSTTO and then I will
proceed on the theory that it did not. and
come out jat as satisfactorily one way
as tbe other. It is not a remarkable case
I know, but it happens to be so now. It
the act of ISM was la force at the lat
election, it is not pretended that there
has ever been any canva of the vote of
that election according to the statute.
There is bo pretense of that. Tbey acted
on the theory that the otter law wu in
force, so that if your honors thill hold
that the at ol ISte was inlorae.Wctafce
embodied in the ruision takScg eUect
AprJ 1, and therefore not repeal jug the
loroer act of the l:h of March, then
this ce tvtiM is pncivtly la the aui-
tade ia which it was four years ago, at
the time there caxne up from Isouitiana
the regular certiS cites of its governor
that so many persons tud ben duly
appointed eiectorsof the state ; bat the
senate goifcg upon the the theory which
I nuiuUin is the true and proper one,
raie4 a committee la advance to exam
ine into the fact about the election of
that college. They sent for witnew-s
and brought them here io Urge numbers
and mads an examination, and the com
mittee reported on the subject, not ex
pressing an opinion whether they should
or should not be excluded, but staling
tbe fact that there had never been a can
vass of those rotes by any person au
thorized to canvass tbem, and submitted
tbe question to the two houses whether
the vote should be counted or not, and
tbe two houses acting each lor
Itself, decided they should be excluded.
Now I ask this commhuion whether
It will do to decide that congress
violated its constitutional duty of
usurped power in holding that the vote
should not be counted four years si?o.
That mu.t be the conclusion that you
are to bold, for you cannot go back of
the governor's certitl.aite. When we
come to the repeal of the act of 1S70 the
qtettfen may be reached whether repeal-
icg thit law revived the original law,
but in that state that fact U forbidden by
the coattl'.utioo, to that subsequently
the repeal of the act of 1870 would not
revive the a;t ol 1 The act of 1 Is
lost entirely, ualeu It is continaed Ia
for' ny the rerUioa. If old
statutes continued in foree then
the frovUloba tA
I"' 4 not eamtaiit provU
ls la regard u tJtrtxjt ; the art ef
UTJ di.1 tot, except to fix the date which
wu wholly unnecessary, coogre Lav
ing determined that. Now then, I main
tain, and her I cross the path of some
other counsel more distinguished, that
electors are not sute fScers. Tbey are,
thereiore, not excluded in tltse geiirai
provuions of this act of 1872, another
point 1 regard as entirely conclusive In
retard to tha action of this returning
bosrd in excluding voters. When the
coiiStituUon says the aUte, in such man-
mm lua icgunauire shiu prescribe,
shall appoint electors, It relcrs ol course
ti that form of government
which iu legUlatioa luu restricted
by its own constitution. It does
not mean soils Uottentot community;
It means one of our states ; so I maintain
that if the manner prescribed by the State
of Louisiana for appointing electors is in
vioiauoa oi tne constitution of the state,
then it is in compliance with the consti
tution of the United States. I claim that
if 1 can show that the election la u
tirely In vloUtlon of the constitution of
,DL1 01 touuuna, it is entirely lu
vWatlon of the constitution i.f the United
States. 1 am now nroceedini. -
the act of lWJ. a t "u
plied "to tlie election rl elactori.
Thtl apt KJYltM a ClnVtiitl bCsTd
tA h annninUMl tiV the Senate. Sna
to tar as anybody knows they hold their
offices during thsir natural lives. Ai re
cencies occur they have a right to Oil
themThey are a close corporation, snd
as such, more potent than the people ol
Mr, Carpenter then recited the provi
sions of tne law, and enumerated the
duties devolving upon the board of can
vassers. At this point Mr.Carpenter complained
of feeling unwell Irom the clote atmos
phere of ike court room, which had some
time preylously been ren lered very dis
agreeable by the smoke ol candles, with
which alone it was lighted, and the com
mission thereupon, shortly liefore
o'clock, adlourned till to-morrow.
A "PEN PORTRAIT" OF THE
HON. F. E. ALBRIGHT,
Rial llrrran(nll of I lie 3ili Cn
. eras Aftaembly.
(Fruin tUs Saugaibou Mouitor.)
The Hon. Fontaine E. Albright, who
Is now serving his second term as repre
sentative from the Fiftieth district, was
born in Simpson county, Ky., in 1S45.
He received both a common school and
collegiate education and improved both
to good advantage, as -attested by his
subsequent cireer, up to thU time,
in the honorable and prominent pro.
gress he has made In the private
and public walks of lite. His
residence is at Murphy sboro, J sea son
county, where, as a lawyer and farmer he
has been and is equally succesttul. Al
though comparatively a young man. he
has been engaged in most of the import
ant law cases in the ISth congressional
dUtrict during the past five years, and
defended with remarkable success tbe
so-called "KuKlux" cases in Franklin
county, in 1873, and was also engaged in
tbe defense of several of the Williamson
county Vendetta, as well as in the prose
cution of one of them, lie was also as
sociated in the noted Hall and Davis
land case. In each of these several esses
be is recorded as having displaced fine
legal talent and ability resulting In duly
increased practice and prominence.
Aa aa aoUve and influential Democrat,
with a square record, he was elected by a
flattering majority, to tbe 23th general
auembly, In wbloh body he was chair
man of several important committees,
and his legislative course was in general,
so satisfactory to his constituents that
notwithstanding tone serious tactions
party divisions in his district he success
fully managed hi 4 re-election to the pres
ent 30th general assembly by a vote of
7,2:2 votes. In tbe recent United States
senatorial contest Mr. AlbrigLt, thourh
a personal friend of Gtn. Lozan. was
anti-Logan politically to the hilt, during
the entire fierce and protracted struggle.
He was an earnest admirer and supporter
of the regular Democratic nominee. Gov.
Palmer, until that gentleman withdrew
from the eot.tei, and when it became
evident that Anderson's election was
alao nc'peWs. be labored indmtrioiuly
wj:h his party for the election of Judge
Davis. Thagh the organization of the
rrcwmt hou--e. politically, forbade the
appointment of Mr. Albright to the chair
maoship of asr of the committcx. bis
valuable experience, penetration, etc
were rcgijizd by bis ariigLaieLt to the
committee on (Corporation, Appropria
tiots, Sute Library and Public Buildings.
Though a firm believer In the election of
Mr. Tild'-n, he i!l regard a- final the
decision of the triplicate peace bill coin
taiaioners now sitting tt the adjtut
inent of the presidential question. Dur
ing the present aesnion ap to thi date.
Mr. Albright has offered the following
important bills for the consideration ot
the house :
to Southern Nor-
luai scno i.
For appropriations to Agricultural
A bill to aboli-h the state board of
A bill to suppress quackerv and regu
late the practice of medicine and surgery.
a uiii to appoint snorman I reporters
lor each judicial circuit.
A Dill to amend tbe revenue law.
A bill in favor ot comnulsorv eiuca-
A bill to amend the school law.
A bill concerning mines and mining.
An act to drain the swamp lamU of the
An act to relieve supreme court and
establish Intermediate courts ot atifeal.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la Ibe Jrau4 Ota
Which h&e stood the test of 4C
rhere ia no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache, no Pain, that aVfflicta the II u
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to ita magio touch.
k. bottle costing 26c, 60o. or 91
has often eared the life of a Human
Being, and Beatored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
K 0 Onto Lara.
T S If.
rOMTY lfcaita MtlOKJi 1US PtliUU
DR. C. MVLANE'S
CEIF BV. A 1 K D
r ' I hi ini r
Hepatitis or I.tvcr Cumilaint,
I-V-.I'! TM.V AXO MlK IJf.AliALllK.
SvmpUuns cf a Diseased Uvcr.
1)AIN in the rigl.t side, under the
cdc of the ribs, iricrciseson pres
sure : sometimes the pain is in the left
side; flic i-atictit is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shonW.-r-l'lade, and
it frequently extend- to the top of
the shoulder, and i. 'on etimes mis
taken for a rlK-uma'i-m in the arm.
The stomach is r.fu i :-.d with loss of
appetite and si ki " : t'he lowels in
general are o-.( i-. e, r met imes alter
native with h : ti'i- i -1 is troubled
with pain, a omj : '! v. ith a dull,
lieavy sens?.? n in ;!'t back part.
There isciicr. '.'.y : . iierableloss
cf memory .a "i i.d withapain
ful sensation i bavir!' left undone
something v hk li r rpl f to have Ijeen
lone. A Ji l t, dry ow'h is some
times an i.tttiid.'.nt. 'Ibe patient
om plains of cui inc-s nnd tlcbility ;
be is easily st.irtbd, bis llvt are told
or biiminir, and h complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; his
spirits are Ion ; and although he is
satisfied tltstVx-ici'ewould le lcne.
filial to h:m, jot be ran scarcely
i'lniinon up ftrtituele enough to try
it. In fa t, he di tnuts etry rem
edy. Several cf the a'oovc sjmj)
toms attend the tli:.ece, but cases
have occurred w here lov of them ex
isted, jet examination of the body,
alter tleatli, has sbowa the liyf.k. to
lave liten extensively deranged.
a err. . :;d ilvlr,
!)r. C. .i.Lam.'-5 Ijvir 1'it u;,
IX a-1 s o: A. 1 1. A?.n I'r.vi r, when
taken villi Qri-.i-ic, are productive
of tlie most bapi.y riilis. No better
cathartic ran be u. cd, jreparatory
to, or cfter taking "''"line. We
wor.Ul iidvie all who are afflicted
with this dise.:e to pive them A
FAIR 1 RIAL.
For ell Uiliow c!t-rnnpeinents, and
as a simple pnrt.uivc, they are un
BEWARK OF IMITATIONS.
The genuire 1k. C. MH.ase's
Liver Pills arc r.ter m gar coated.
l".ery ltx has a red wax seal on
the lid, v. iih ibe impression Dr.
MVLam 's I.ivrv. I'jils.
The p-nuir.c M' I.axf's Livfr
Tills Uar tie s:i.-n;.:nres of C.
M'. Lane and i i kmi. J;k;-. on the
Pst' lnsi.-t r:i jour dn;j:git cr
storekt-tp.-r i-h1:- il tlicr ji.uine
Ijk. (r.MM.'M:''- i k P;li s, pre
j arcl by nci.ii; J.'ros.. riit.-burgh,
Sold by a'.i resectable druggists
and country itorcl.eejjcr- ciitrallj-.
Tc tK- .h , r c t . C. M' Li's
lliL a w A; i. f..! to xrrf
fri r( t. Cn.lfS .r:t tf Ht
I LI.MSXO F ROS.. P.u.Un'i. Pa.
'A X petitory of FaaMon, Fieaaura
MvTKti or ;:ix iui-t.
f it nintilj faou-rtvAi uuxt aci :, ILaa-
!' L.AZAM Im t-VftHnT lUt lat Ujlli putf
l-fl. 7o take it ia a nji:w-r ol ccooorny . N
aAj caa mSitri n Iw aitbot.t it, t,t tb isfomta
tiOB it girt will tar br ter; i ttii at'm mcor
Uiuil aubampuaa yrvt, tvivm rviur the
tMi4Md aa uiirre-ltnir l.torarr Tuitur.C'lii-
klxkrt.it a iUzaa ia r f riv-.r i.iuatratui. an 1
CbaUioa tUritt, 'jum tLeU.hA-t. vl thntj ol
a nvxt attnactiTtchaxactcr. InilaLu-r-arT
an4 artistic tut, ih Haeiaa 1. ttauea
Uwaablr lb tmt AimaJ ' t it kuA in tlie ttmu
rj. -saiunlajf avvrnius Cau-ttc, B-vaUjri.
Potsr fr to all Subacrlbers la tha
flaarra'a RiUtu, or.a ytr .$ 'PI
tl ' iaelulr ijtntiucaa of I' ttairr I,
bubaeriuUoiu tjll UMt'i Uir.i7i U rn.
tv, ac l iiazaa, V im a 1'lr.n fur una year, $lu;
or, I i ot UaxM-r'a lriikala, to one vl'lntt
lot one yar, i '; pontayt Urn.
Aa Lx.it CObV lit till i t.a Minzlu. Wk .
j. ot Haza viiil be t-nUu f.r every
Clul Ot 1 iva hra-caibtk.. at St ou w t, in one
remlttaix: a, feu Cobats v,ii'i uu. witiioui
extra myj , pottMgts tint.
if ! jauiuoera can ie -j .lil at any lijiie.
Ibe Volumta ol (lit fc..n rj,iumn.(t aith
the year. Wtrf-n vn Usu ia memjobe'l, it will
be uo ltrraVxxl Ihmt tbe anUr.ratr wiaiira tu iom
tututjt lUi lit uiuiiUrr Lai afti-r Hik wrmt.i ol
Ittm Aosoal Volurnaa 'A lUkptr'K In
atat cloUi bio'liBV. will U ut . ext.rma. free
oftiieaa, for 7'eaca. A r.mplcte fcet,
iujtiaiiB ...o loiuutt,. writ on receipt oi
rmu at tin rate of -ft t miuiut. frt.irlit at
eioui aae for tv.h oluriit, nj.uttefor l.ioa
it-, will be tent or uuil. ,.tii 1 r,n ir,l ol
Inaexta to each roiume awit arai.a m rretUn
tw,)avr are not to ejijr th:aa'lrertuenmit
itliut ue exptea otlti ot iiaio-aa A I'Uunu-
ilAiiflLft A IJUOTIIKH-. Stw York,
T B IS
SUlX OILV T
V. W. MJIMOXN aV SO,
Oak nail Boston Mass.
It mlirAfttta all tl.- . tl.L.. nf 1 1. v...ilk.
' '- il 1 1 - w. ..Mftimu
and trench auiu. and ia uartioularl y ads pud to
Uie rryulreineota of the Aiurricaa imotna. Ilia
BlAll fzon. dtU'k iiit L. .lul mj u I ... 1. A
br a paU-Dt (ironras, aud parueular atttolioa ia
leo to the rivetinic ot all the je.i.t couer
andaeureraauiilnc of all tlie bultoua.
a-rwai or ioe ouit complete, tnciudinsr
Coat. Vaet. Trouaaie, Bat, or Cap and
Ft a vaWW "
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Kixas roa MuMuntiiT WaUt. Itrcaat.
Inside atsua of altcvc. Inaide seana of trouat-r
i u, wwj. aituuon litik-ln aoi weigui .
O. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Oak Hail. Boa ton. Vaasv
a . a riea ea laa
S la Cr-1 Zacowia
if MaaiiMliiftloe i
SS.' AS3 fw'T" Cal aS auoifUwa, a4
" m ut itMiniM iii rmiia i irT w r a
TLIa great lute rnatlonal (exhibition, do
iRDed to commemorntr the one hundredth
anniversary ot American Independence,
opened May 10th, and will eloae November
loth, 18T. All the nationi of tbe world
and all the tatea and territories of tbe Un
ion are participating in tlii wonderful de
monatration, brinfrinK together Ibe mot
comprehensive collection 1 1 art treau.re,
mechanical inventions, acteatilic diover
eriea, manufacturlug iichicyements miner
al specimens, and agricultural products
ezer exhibited. Ibe grounds devoted tu
the exhibition are situated on the line of
the l'ennsylvaniaKtilroad and embrace 4r0
acres of fairmouut l'ark, alt highly im
proved and ornamented, on which are
erected tbe largest buildings ever construc
ted live of tbcae covering an area of titty
acres and costing f.000,000. The total
number of buildings erected for the pur
poses of the exhibition Is near two hun
dred. During the thirts days Immediately
following the- opening ot the exhibition a
million and a Quarter ol people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD!
TEK GKEAT TKTJHK LIKI
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
l the nios, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching l'litladelphla and this
great Exhibition irom all sections of tbe
country. Its trains too and Irom Philadel
phia will pas throuflh a grand Centennial
depot, which tbe company has erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
grounds lor the accommodation of passen
gers who wl h to stop at or start from the
numerous large hotels contiguous to this
station aoe the Exhibition a convenience
ol the greatest value to visitors, and afford
ed exclusively by Iho Pennsylrrnia Kail
oad, which is the only line running direct
o tbe Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will also stop at the Encampment of
he 1'atmns of Husbandry, at Eiu bution
on tbls road.
The Pennsylvania Kallroad Is the grand
est railway organization in the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
New York, Ualtiuiore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from Chicago, nt. Louis, Louisville, rin
rinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie wltbous change.
its main line is laid wlte double and third
tracks of heavy steel railsiupoB a deep bed
of broken stone ballast, and its bridgbs are
all of iron or stone, its Dassc neer trains
are equipped with every snoivn improve
ment for comtort and safety, and are run at
raster speed lor greater distances thvn tne
trains of any Un on tbe continent. Tbe
company Has largely increased its equip
ment tor Cedtennial travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at abort
notice sufficient to fully accommodate any
any extra demand, the uacuualled re
sources at tbe command or tbe company
ot the company guarantee the most perfect
accommodations ior ail its patron during
tbe Centennial ExbibiUon.
The marmncent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Railroad is so justly celebra
ted present to tbe traveler over its perfect
roaaway an ever-chaneinf panorama ol
river mountain and land-cape views une
qualed In America.
Tbe eating stations on this line tre un
surpassed. Meals wil! be furnished at suit
able hours and ample time allowed tor en
Excursion tickets, at rednced rate. will
be sold at all tbe principal railroad ticket
offices In the West, ortbwet and South
west. Be sure that your tickets real via the
UreatPennsyhania route to the Centen
nial. I KASK THOMSON, D. M. BOYD, Jr.,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pan'r Agl
The Centaur Liniments tlUlT
pauB, luMut aweliibn.lirsl borne, and will cure
bteninatiam, tpavin. and aav Br.h, bone or
mcsle alinfnt The w ii'j Vrapp:r is for
Laxojij u. uje lt.iow n rapper lor anlimls.
Aliatof thr inruJtenU ara xctained around
each bottie. JtH-ymn tkaj), ft-ty, and cer
The certain, speedy .odUrmle,
maely Xor otiiUn-o, i. riU-br'Catoria. It i
aa pieaEt to take aj bon-y and as certain in lu
effect a Cm ior Oil. t or Wind Coiic, Worn.
eour hton.ach, ar.d Disrirdere.1 IlosreU, thet
O'jUiickj like aaUrtia.
Dealer in. Fresh Meal.
Between Waatlnarton and Commercla
Ayanaea, adjoinlna- Havcny's.
KlY.Ym tor sale tbe lt Beef, fork, lluttoa
Veal, lArnb, ftauaae, Ac., and la t
red U rv lujbiliea in an swi.ii,i tt
F1KJ5 AND LIFE
Tolicles are Lxuel on th most favor
able terms by
(JKS'KRAL l.VhCRa.VCK A'iKNT.
ae but Nnneil and Hoateat Coin
Or" If I tin A lexankr County Ilank,
f CA1KO, ILLINOIS.
Tub I.ase C'itt Joi'Knal Is a local newsiaer
lulilialiel in the ini'intof theljardcn ol the Weal,
where lands may lie procured at S'i ot to Si uu
per acre, 'ibe man of whatever axe, prolenaion
or capiul, vmu here make his fortune.
'1 iiow- conu-miilntiiiK a wt-atern home snd com
petency, may b thoroughlyi nfunued by bs
coniinK subscribers to the Joi iimal,.
lauus: (tne ar. tt U); hit months, $1 C
Three montlia, .Vicente, Katare Mid.
AdJrwa T. B. IIotcukiss,
Ilea. Mw Lakt City, lewa.
To Ik Werklae; 'aaa We are now
prerel to furulab all claates with eonalant em
ploy uient at home, the whole of the time, or lor
their spar momenta, liuslneas new, I lull! and
piofltable. Parsons of either sea easily earn
irom iJueote lo per evening, and a propor
tional sum by devoting their whole lime lo tlie
business, Hoys bdu girls earn nearly as atacfa
as men. That all Who ace this notice may Send
their adrfreei, and leal Uie business we make this
unparalleled offer: To such as are not well satis
tted we will aend one dollar to pay fur lbs
troublo of writing, t'ull particulars, smaplrs
worth several dollars to eonunenc work on
and a copy of Home and Fireside, one of tlie
larirvet aud be t illustrated publications, all sent
free by mail. .Header, if you waut permanent,
prodtable work Oaoaoa eitaeoa X Co, i'oit
2 alas eMareata-af aatng enr WkM
uKr A. Onus. SlOO a niiTTJ
llf to kKl Aa.nU. wr
tree, i IU Au-' Cv, St. Puuia, at
The Perfeotion of Licht.
Family Safeguard Oil.
THE HORRORS AND APPALLIM! ACCIDENTS
Dally transpiring In tbe use of tbe Oils nnv sold as Illuminators, wbioli are made from
Petroleum, and tbe want of confidence in tbe I'Ubllc mind as lo tbe certain
safely of said Gill, bat induced tbe liitroduttioD ol
ELAI1IS il ill
KI.Al.NE is l.Vj ib'K-Kite tea un J ri! water Hhlt io olor, will not eiploJe
while burning in a lamp, nor In an; otter way, as it does not contain any of tbe exnlo
she compounds so frequently iuej with in tbe ordinary Oils for Illuminating. A lamp
filled with ELAINE, II upset or accidentally broken, ill not etplode or bum. There
is no position in wlilcb you cab put alatnp filled with KLAlNKfureoiiimon use, In wbloh
it will explode. ELAINE is certainly tbe Safe.-t Family Illuminating Oil know n, a -id
can he used in any ;oal Oil Of Kerosene lamp, without rbange of burner.
WAS AWARMKH TIIE
liy th Jurors bu1 -ouiUiUi(nT of tlie
Centennial International Exhibition.
As tbe Beet illuminating OH, li.r It utraordieary merits or Safety and Ilril!!au':y
KLAINK was also awarded a (told Medal at tbe I"ittsburb Exposition ; and w n
adopted, after a thorough sc ientific and practical test, by tbe
UNITED STATES fiOVERNMENT LIOHT-IlOUSE DEl'ARTMEST,
And received a high commendation Irom tbe Hoard of United States Steamboat Inspec
tors, Washington, I. f.
Insurance Companies rate ELAINE tbe same as a Gas n.k.
ELAINE is Used on many ol Ibe Railroads, Street Cart and Hotels ol tbe country
aud Inaugurated superior to any other oil In tbe market.
Can be used ia any lamp.
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work of tb kind la the World."
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century and more of exittenoe pi that point where
It liuy beaant of it, ia the words ol r. Johnson.
It ia rain to blame andnwless to praiae." 'J lie
lustre of ita louK-aoat hiaed repoiatioa has in
creaaede theyKira have aael. and it future
eernia aa briKhl if not brighter than at any time
since the Koldi-n hue of protfierity settled aouud
lis later and b.t vears. Br.xklyn l.agle.
Harpers Moutkly ia markoil by the aaine char
ai'teriatira wliicii gave Ituirculution from the Urt
with tlie better elaaa ol resylera. It t'ointiines
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tures lutrely digned to rah h the eye of the
ignorant are never inserted. Cliiiag.Jouinal.
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MTIMOHB ASD OHO BmO&O
THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST
AM) ONLY WUECT ROUTE TO
Msgta ui Saliisore
With direct connections for
imm, mmm, mm
?.i!.d.!;la hi York, l:,
A Sped;. Pleisant ui Cosi.Ha.la Iris
Should remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.
la Celebrated for Its
Elea-ant Coaches.Splendid HoUla, Oranl
and Beautiful Mountain and Valla
Scenery, and tb many poiata of
Historio Intereat ion a
Fari till ALWAYS ba n L&W
At bj A&t Other Lisa
PULLMAN PALACE OAKS
?ri&ei;il westers ul listen Cities.
FOR TIIHOUGU 1ICKKT". BAGGAGE,
Checks, Movement of 1 rain. Meep leg Car
Accommodations, Ac., ale., aPV" slcAw
Oittoes at all i'rincipal i'ouU.
NORTH, BOUTH. ABI OA WXBT.
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