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,IN(i. II. OIIEUI.Y. Ooiii ral Malinger.
OrPJilAL I'Al'KIl OFTIIK CITY AM) COUNTY.
.yfnl.. vr.iniiti Tl.iil v In Wmitlinrn Tltimiw
M.H. llrtriHl, Kiliior.
Uutiiiins trnm (ioorgm indicate that Hon.
Alex. H. Stephens was, Tuesday, re-elected
to (Nmgress from the Eighth district nlniost
without opposition. This is a result which
utmost cverylwdy expected, as tho hold
which Mr. Stephens litis upon the lieu its of
the people of his district is too strong to 1 c
overcome liy any efforts of hi opponents,
J. M. YVei.is, Hie Louihianu liar, who
has told his lies iilternately to Kepulilieniis
and Democrats, heinj governed entirely by
tin activity of lliu demand is the worst
K-atvn man that ever ran for Congress in
Louisiana. It may well be sunniseil what
niHiiner of man he is, when we remark that
liewas obnoxiously oderiferous in the nos
trils of Louisiana U"puhlicans.
The crimes of the present d.iy are simply
.'thtoundinjr, as witness the theft of the linlf
dceayed and decaying body of the late
merchant prince, A. T. Stewart, of New
York. This shocking sacrelige was com
mitted on Thursday night, and is no doubt
lu'ld by the thieves for the offer of u hand
fcome reward. If our affection for our dead
would permit us to allow gravc-robbvM to
keep their festering booty, we woul I so n
hve an end of gram-robbing.
Tiik vote for llepresentalives in this, the
r.Oth district, stands hs follows: Ilalliday
(f)em.),785, llobinson (I)em.) 0,5.17, Lay
man (Kep.) 0,404, und Iloupt (Nat.) 2,53!).
A majority of Mr. Houpt's vote was given
liini in Murjiliyslioro, his old home. AYhen
it is remembered that Mr. Ilalliday lives in
the smallest county in the district, the vote
Im received carries with it a high compli
ment. Mr. Ilalliday leads his; co-ailjutor
248 votes. Mr. Layman 'a heavy vote indi
cates that, with a few exceptions in Alexan
der county, he received the vote of every Re
1'iiMican in the district.
Usio.n county Democrats have an undoubt
ed right to kiast of their fidelity to party.
Other counties may falter, and, liko Alex
ander and llundolph, "go back on their
party ;" but Union always "comes to the
rack, fodder or no fodder." On Tuesday
last she gave the Democratic ticket a ma
jority of 1 121 votes, remaining, as she long
has been, the banner Democratic county of
the Eighteenth congressional district. All
honor to the gallant Democracy of Old
Union. Had the other so-called Democrat
ic counties of the district performed their
duties as conscientiously as she did, we
would not, t it-day, hi- indulging in regrets
over the defeat of Allen.
Ik the discouraging reports of the late
election shall have the effect of solidifying
the organization of the Democratic party,
the defeat sustained will be changed from
disaster to a blessing. The indications are
that the party will profit by the knowledge
gained, and that its State Central Commit
t will at once inaugurate the work ol
close, compact organization. Without
Mich an otxmi.ation it will be worse than
folly to hope to win the battle of lfNO.
Nor will it do to undervalue the. antago
nisms we shall be called mum in overcome.
The Iti'pubicun party is a powerful
and unscrupulous party, and backed by
the untie d'h executive, his ninety thousand
l'fh'ce holders, the hankers, bondholders and
MMiul'uctunng nabobs ol' tin country, to say
nothing of the tinny ol' wealthy crooked
whiskyitcs, it will make Mich a struggle for
a continued lenseof power tin w;,s never be
fore w itnessed in the history of American
politics. To meet an overthrow such an
organization of forces wii I mpinc all the
twt, nil the eneigy, all the votes of the
Democratic party, and If we fuil to appie
ei.it'i this f.iel, we otinelve... will lie over
thrown. We mint, then, fully underntanil
that if llie aUeivssor of Mr. Haves is
to bo a Democrat, the work of or
ganization must not be delayed; but
must bo commenced at once, The
differences betweeu the eastern and western
wings of the party must, in some manner,
bo reconciled; sectional jealousies must bo
blotted out, and governed as by tho im
pulse of a single man, tho members of tho
party must cstublisli and submit to the
closest unity of action and purpose. This
done, and the party armod with such weap
ons as our opponents hnvo placed in our
hands, a complete victory will crown the
struggle of 1880.
Jamkh G. U1.A1XB, brooding over tho
quiet, good order and solid Demx:raey of
the (South, is unhappy. No wants troops re
qunrtered there, mid to note tho return of
the cxrclled thieves and carpet-baggers.
It pubis him, in short, to seo the South re
covering from the devastations of tho war,
and the people wheeling, its if by a common
impulse, into the folds of the Democratic
party. To undo all this, ho would send
down troops again. But where will
the unhappy James obtain his troops! With
the purse-strings in Democratic hands, not
another dollar of the public's money will
be expended lor the tinned support of the
thieves, carpet-baggers and conscienceless
scoundrels who are itching again to occu
py the high places of the South, and plunder
its people. That game is, to use a slangy
phrase, " played out," and the people will
have no more of it.
The Republican lenders are resorting to
the "bluff game." AVitncss the following
from the Xew York Tribune : "Kvery vote
cast this year for u Democratic candidate
for Congress may ben vote for civil war."
Now, who in the name of all that is sacred
or devilish proposes to spring a civil war
upon the count ryf Such a fell purpose is
entirelv foreign to the wildest Dem
ocrat in the country. With both houses
of congress in their possession, and backed
by the moral support of a largo major
ity of the people, the party has no wish
or. purpose that is not hinged with the
happiness and prosperity of the country.
If war come, then, it must be inaugurated
by the Republican party. It will be forced
upon the country by the efforts of-that
party to retain control of the government
in defiance of the expressed will of the peo
ple. Intimations of such a desperate aim
are but illy concealed in tho out-cries
against "a solid south ;" but woe to the men,
be they a dozen strong or a million, who go
further tltali threats. It will be a sorry
day for the men, who, for such a revolution
ary purpose, unsheatli tho sword and
shoulder the musket.
PREACHER ON PREACHER.
The lamented Lincoln secured the noto
riety that made him President of the Uni
ted States through his joint debates with
the "Little Giant."" Stimulated by liko
recollections, perhaps, one Rev. Justin Ful
ton, is securing widespread notoriety by his
pubpit assaults upon Rev. Dr. Talmnge.
He takes Talmage to task on tho score of
his sermons about New York brothels, rum
holes and houses of assignation, and with a
very caustic tongue does ho discharge this
self-imposed duty. In his sermon of Sun
day last he declared that "The air has been
so nasty, of late, the foul vapors which have
been stirred up from the slums of New
York that it is hardly possible to draw au
uninfected breath. There is one occupation
which I never coveted, that of tramping
through the dirty streets of a great city,
kicking about the heaps of filth in the gut
ters and prodding a long hook into every
ash barrel. Some people just now seem to
delight in rummaging about in the dance
houses, gin-mills, brothels and other haunts
of vice, clawing at whatever uninviting piles
of refuse they come across and dragging to
light nil manner of secret abominations.
AVhat possible excuse can there be for up
turning loathsome moral impurities in this
reckless fashion !"
Heavy blows, Mr. Fulton, and applied
most likely by all the force imparted by
your convictions of duty; but after all,
ain't you over-nice about this matter
Don't your fervid declamation reflect rath
er severely upon yourself, reverend sir!
Out this way, in ur common sense way of
estimating men and their duties, we have
arrived at the conclusion that the minister
of the gospel should wage a ceaseless and
uncompromising wurfaro on sin and pol
lution wherever he finds it; he should
search it out in it hiding places, and the
fouler the iniquity he finds the more power
ful and persistent his blows should be.
This is the measure in which we, of South
ern Illinois, guagi) a clergyman's duty
holding, with the out spoken Kentucky
chap, the preacher who is afraid to lead an
assault on wickedness, because he might
stir up a bail smell, is entirely too dainty a
creature to" snatch brands from the burn
ing," mid should leave the ministry for the
Cloaks Cloaks! 1 Full line of Ladies
Cloaks and Shawls at the New York store.
IJuuiaiss in every department at the live
house of ( I. Ilaylhoin A: Co.
Stkauno l)dies, argues a medical stu
dent, is not a grave affonsc; it's just stifflca
tion. f Keokuk Constitution. There's tomb
much levity on this subject. St. Albans
Advance. AVe don't liko tho first t.tan'g
stone, but mon-u-ment right, nye, and it'a
not your vault, either. Boston Post. Can't
some wise heads-tone this down a little ; it
palls on us. N. Y. Star. We're coffin so,
we can't. But stop dlssectional controver
sy. N. O. Times.
It's tiresome to hcarso 'o much of this
stuff. Tho student stole 'em und his rnan-
CONOItrcSSMEN AND MEMHEKS Of HIE 1.EOI8
IiATl'KE. The following tables aro not complete,
and in somd districts may bo subject to
change, but aro as near so as the returns up
to the present time warrant. In every coun
ty three, and sometimes four, sets ol can
didates were voted for, and tho official count
will not bo completed ami duly certified to
before Monday ;
1. William AUlrleh, U.
3- (ieorio I.. DuvIh, .
S. Illriini Harder. Jr., ft
4. John I'. MiiTwIn. It.
5. It. M, A. Hawk, H.
A. T. .1. Ilenilerriou, R.
7. I'lilllp C. llnyow, U.
8. (i. I. Kort, H.
. Thninua A. Hovd, ft.
10. U. F. .Muruli, K.
II. J. W. Stnvlvtnn, D.
lsi. Win. M. Sprlnur, D.
IH. A. K. Steveimon, U.
It. Joseph (i. Cannon, D.
1!S. A. P. fomytli. N.
III. W. A. J. Spurka.D.
IS. John H. Tiioniai. ft.
IP. I!. W. Townshend, 1).
N Ha h. It
K II lilildlo, R
M A Ilel.aney. D
M L Joslyn, It
It II .Vet'lullaD. It
II 1) Dement. H
.1 II Mavborne. It
Thus it lionneld. It
8 I Fo'dlck, U
H J Front. U
II C Tttlliitferro, R
William Hcott. 1)
John A I.ec, I)
John M Hamilton, li
(' 1' Diivl U
Maiden Jones. I)
E Sotithworth, 1)
I.titlter lJenrbern, D
W It Archer, I)
(I W llerdinen. U
FK W llrlnk. D
It I' lliitni'i. I)
(' E .Mc Dowell, I)
Ambrose Ilener. 1)
Jesse Ware, I)
Utmtge While, It
HylvoHltif Artlev, 8
W' T Johnson, it
W J Cnnipbell, It
Chns 10 Fuller. It
Charles llent, U
John l( Miirhnll, It
MylveMer W itunii. It
Hiimnel H Lewis, K
I, I) WIiI'Iiik, !
Milton .V Ford. It
Merndlth Walker, I)
Alirmn Miivfleld. Ll
leori;i' Hunt, K
KriL-tur N Illnehart.I)
William K Shut t. I)
Miiiitke Kellv, I)
11 Until 1' C'.iUon, 1)
A J l'urkinsoit, It
Thomas E .Merrltt, I)
W C Wilson, I)
H D Chcency. 11
John Thomas, It
A J KuyUenitt.il. II
HOl.'SK OF It EPIt ES ENT ATI V F.s.
TV'tvld W Clark, It
W II Thompson. U
M J Wentwoith. U
ItenJ M Wilson. K
Sol Hopkins, It
P T ItHrrv. 1)
T) II Hall. II
Wet A .Moure, t
U P ( ireiutorlV. I)
II A KwliiK. It
DrT P Roju-rs. I)
John II Tyler. It
(1 K Incham, It
B K. Hitrfee. I)
James tore. It
(ieortre Herouss, U
Win A Dav. D
John O llolden, It
l.vt'onl Marstoti, It
Orlando H Fleklln, D
Arnold Thomuson, 1)
W M Abraham. It
Bart let t Searlett. D
James t. Ilvun, I)
W V Cro'tlnuiil. R
John B Jones. I)
(leore h .Ink, I)
Wm L (iross. It
John Stilus. I
Carter Trucy, 1)
Jhc'oI) Wheeler, ft
l)r John F fcuydar, D
John W Suvul'b, U
J N Carter. K
Dr Sam'l Milehiim, D
A M Samuel. I)
Asa C Matthews, It
htarkev It Powoll, I)
John Kelly, (1
I L Morrison. R
Frank M Bridges. D
Itlchirdson Vasey. D
J N Etiu'llsh, )
II W Wall, I)
,1 8 Dewey, It
John M Pearson, R
W (inresche, 1
T D Hinckley, U
Ben E l.ou'iin. I)
J K V lUminwnd. I
K M Boll. I)
One don htfnl 1
Charles Churchill, R
Nathan Crews, It
J Zimmerman. I)
Andrew J Keavill, f)
James W (irahaui, D
Dr C 11 I. von. It
Alfred M Ureen. 13
John KMosa, N
8 C Hall. I)
Weslev Trammell, I)
John R McFle, It
P C C Provert, I
John T McBrtde, D
M Taylor, I It
Joseph Kelchert, D
Henry Selter, I)
Clias II Layman, K
T W Ilalliday. U
T T Robinson, 1
H II Spencer- R
,1 nines H Carter, It
T O Farrls, U
I eo Jlellbek. 0 -J!).
Thos ( loontin. 1)
Thos J Walsh, D
I, II lltsbee. It itSO.
K II Sherman, It
Jiunes E .Murray, I)
W K Mason, it 31.
I'll as Erhanlt, (' I
F A Siindullus. R . I
A W Thomas. It .3-.
A tl Sexton. II
Chris Mever. ('
Lauren C Collins. It j:M.
tleo Struekinuii. It
II F Webber, I)
W A J antes, H 131.
F K (tttinijer, It
William I'rlco. I)
(1 II Wrkbt, K 35.
II W Ttnlor. It
thos Btitterworth, D
James I N'etf, R I3U.
C 8 Burl. K
Andrew Hindi. I)
Jniiies 8haw, It 37
Frank N Tlce, R
Col A P Dvsart. R
11 II Truesdell, I)
Wlllitim M Byers, R m.
R M llriehion. It
A li .Smith. i
Ja U Wright, R
K C LoTel. it
James Ilerrititou, V
rrcii KmiKu, it
Jerry Kenlston, It
Win' I' Thompson. 0
Cotinid Secrent, R 42
A Ilttek, R
M II Peters. N
1, J) Crooker. It
Francis ltoweti, 1
David Illeltey. F M
(iuorei! H tirav. It M4.
N K Stevens. R
Calvin II Frew. F M
181111 In doubt.l 1)5.
Joel A Itnntiey, R
(eo F Wluhimun. R
Euclid Martin, It 4tl.
J W hltnonson, R
A It Mock, R
John W Foy, N
J F Latimer, R
Rnm Miles, It
John B Sloan. f 4H.
Henry Blark, K
Kdwfu Allen. H
llenrv M U'Wls, D 41).
B K Hamilton, R
I)r J J Ruabtim, D
T B Brumhack. D 1 50,
Hones Davis, It
('has K Rohison, I)
W T McCreerv. I)
win KOWCI1DV, u
Bernard Creator, S
FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
SEEKING QUARTERS SOUTH KRX CENTRAL
PACIFIC H1NO AT THEIR TRICKS THE DO
INGS OK OUR CIVIL SERVICE REFORMERS
CI1ANOE8 IN THE INTEIIIOIl DEPARTMENT,
AVasiiinoton, Nov. 7, 1878.
Many congressmen will come to this city
immediately after tho result of the election
is known, and get ready their quarters for
the session. For a month before the meet
ing of congress AVashington fills up rapidly.
If, as is possible, lobbyists shall attempt to
get through their schemes at this closing
session of congress, when so many mem
bers retire permanently from scats in the
IIouso ami Henate, the winter will be a
lively one in AVashington.
The' Central Southern I'acillc ring of Cal
ifornia has cheated the south as badly as it
has cheated the mereuntile community in
times past. It has kept the south beguiled
with tho false promise to build for them
a trans-continental road through Arizona,
New Mexico ami Texas, while all the time
it has been plotting for a very different ob
ject. That object has just been exposed in
the determination of the Southern Pacific
to extend eastward in connection with the
Atchison and Santa Fe road, a northern in
stead ol a southern line, and one running
in the interest of the Central-Union Monop'
oly. This means death to all competitive
lines, north or south; that is, if it can sue
ceed in lighting tho government and the
trade of the country combined, for it is
very likely that tiierc will bo a grand ef
fort this winter to push through the Texas
it Paeilie or some other line that is inde
pendent of this combination and will In
sure freedom to ovet land trade, It wouli
doubtless be 4 measure of relief to the dc
ptvMed business of both sides of the conti
nent. All the members of Mr. Hayes' caV
inot tat together on Friday last. This waa
their first full meeting since tho political
campaign commenced. They have been
making radical speeches all tho
way from California to Massachusetts.
Those who have shown the most
earnestness in tho election of Republicans
to oflico arc Messrs. Evarts and Hchurz,
who had been specially selected and set
apart to prepare rules for the promised re
form in the civil service a reform which
wns to "eliminate partian politics from tho
apparatus of government." Attorney-General
Devens, though ho has not made stump
speeches, has authorized the appointment
of an almost unlimited number of federal
officials to "supervise" elections in tho dif
ferent states. Secretary Sherman has made
several speeches, the last on Friday in Penn
sylvania to assist his relative, Don Cameron,
to a seat in tho senate. Secretary McCrnry
has made speeches and written partiznn
letters without number. I think the peo
ple will heartily second any moveincut
which will mako it disgraceful for a cabi
net officer hereafter, to speak in a campaign
in which congressmen are to be elected.
AVe have, however, to thank the mem
bers of the Cabinet for demanding less
money for departmental expenses than has
been asked at any time since the war. To
be sure, they saw in tho condition of th
wuntry and in the demands of the people
every inducement to such a course, but
they are still to lie commended for doing
what they have done. It remains for a
Democratic House to compel still greater
General Spear, of Maine, was on the 1st
inst. succeeded as Commissioner of Patents
by General II. K. Paine, of Wisconsin, a
former law partner of Secretary Schurz.
There were no charges ngainst Gen. Spear,
lie was driven from oflico by influences
hostile to Senator Blaine. As I have before
written you, other removals, for similar
cause, will follow this one.
CAIRO A ST. LOUIS NARROW GAUGE.
A "C.OOD NtlTH E" FROM A RESPECT AIH.E
From the Fanner and Fruit Grower.
AVhutever may have been the errors of
past years, while the road was in other
hands, it is certain that under its present
management it has become a success and is
giving perfect satisfaction to all its patrons.
Those people living adjacent to the roud
and who at first lost their tempers because
the road was not built ot st it in lard gauge,
are now convinced that a narrow gauge is
much betterthan none, that itanswersall the
requirements of thesiltiation.und is fast add
ing to the value of real estutealong his whole
line; and it may not belong before they
will be ready to acknowledge that a nar
row gauge railroad is really better for them,
in most respects, than a wide gauge would
be. As for accidents and danger in travel,
it is well-known that on new railroads more
care is always exercised than on older ones.
There aro frequent petty annoyances at first,
incident to the unevenness of a new road
bed, but any one will readily preeeive, on a
little reflection, that traveling is, m realitv,
much safer on a newly-constructed railroad
than on an old one. It is easy to recall a
score or mere of horrible disasters like that
which has just occurred on the Old Colony
miiioa.t, ui tiKu tin; iitmir at Asnranma, anil
on other old roads, but an accident of any
importance on a newly constructed railroad
is of very rare occurrence indeed.
1 be road bed ot the (.aim & St. Louis
railroad is now well ballasted and in good
condition. All rough places have been put
in good order, and every point that needs
strengthening is receiving attention as fast
as circumstances will allow. More sub
stantial bridges, trestle work, culverts and
viaducts will, in time, replace those now in
use. 1 he long trestle-work over the Okaw
bottom will be filled in and become an em
bankment. The tunnel will bo made an
oM'ii cut, and tho whole line of road will,
in a few years, become one ol the safest,
best, most popular aud most profitable
routes of travel in the whole country. The
business between the north aud the s itith
must gradually grow to be enormous in
amount, and this railroad is so located as to
obtain a large share of the traffic and travel.
The passenger cars are models of compact
ness, neatness and cozy comfort, so
that it is a real pleasure to ride in
them. The officers and employes are
ever on the alert to rentier as
sistance and accomodate travelers. The
fares ami freight tariffs are as low as by any
other route. In fact, the whole aim oi' the
officers and those now in control of tho
mad, is to make it as perfect in every res
pect, as it is possible for them to do.
The whole 130 miles of road between
('airo and St. Louis are laid with the con
tinuous rail, so that all jarring and sudden
shocks are obviated, and passengers and
produce are moved with that smoothness
expel ienced on the best of older roads.
Washington Post : " As the Demo
crats will have advanced before the next
election to the full control of both houses
of Congress, it might perhaps be advanta
geous in a political sense, to retain the
Federal Supervisor system, w hich was es
tablished by Grants administration to
dragoon Democratic constituencies into the
election of Radical Conuressmen, and turn
it upon its inventors, But as the measure
is an infamous on.), subversive of every
principle of State sovereignty and an open
violation of the very theory 'of the Govern
ment, the first legislation to be undertaken
by tho Democrats Is its repeal. The Fed
eral Supervisor must 00."
The Chicago Times of yesterday says
that "a rotsing foreign war or something
of that sort, of sufficient importance to en
gage the attention of all the people and di
vert their minds from petty sectional jeal
ousies, would probably be 'tis near a God
ami, at this moment, us inyllibig the emu;,
try is likely evcrto experience,'' Yes. And
supposing that the routing foreign war left
us will) a few nore soldier's homes to sup
port, and a I of thousand widows with a
ooiipliMif orphans citelt to pension, find tv
host ol'coiiiiiu'loi'H to iinike riclt, unit 11
thousand million dollars' vorth of bonds to
pay interest ii, it would be pretty near a
Giul si'lld Mi
loo, wouMu'l iti S1! illef-
0 UADICAL CURE
INSTANTLY mllcvm na permanently curei till
loathsome dlaeasu lu all Us varying stag's. It
posese tho soothing anil IicrIIuk propertleii of
plants, herbn and bark Id their essential form, free
from every fibrous contamination, aud lu this res
pect d lifers from every other known remedy. In one
short year It bis found Iln way from the Atlantic tu
thu Patlllr coast, ind wherever known has beiomu
tho ttauilard remedy for the treatment of Catarrh.
Tho proprietors have been wailed npon by ueutlu
men of national repntuilnu w ho have been cured by
litis remedy, and who hni. nt considerable expense
nil personal trouble, spread lite pood uewsthrouuii
out the circles In which they move. Wheu you hear
a wealthy nenlleiiisn of intelligence und rellneiniiut
say, "I own my Hie to Sunlord Radical Cum," vou
may feel HsHiired that It Is an article of great value,
aim worthy to be classed anions t lie ttauditrd medi
cal speciUc of the day,
rpiIE bunettt I derive from Its dally use Is tonic In-
HEN It V WKLI.S, of Wells, Karo A Co,
IT Iihb rured me after twelve yearn of uninterrupt
tiEO. W'. HOL(ilITON.Vltham, Mas.
FOLLOWED the directions tolhe letter and sill
happy to state 1 have had a permanent cure.
I), w , iiit a 1 , ,vi. u., nilscaiiue, loivn.
I Have recommended It to quite a number of my
friends, all of whom have expressed to me their
uiuh estimate of Its value and iood effects with them
WM. UHOWN.&a I'lue St. Kt. Louis.
AFTER using two bottles I (Ind myself perma
nently cured. I have hIiicu recommended over
one hundred bottles with the i.'reuti'st Huceess.
WM. W. ARMVl'ltONO.
irU Harrison Av., Dosiou.
,rK have sold SANrosn's Radical Ci io; for near
ly one year and sav candidly I lint we never
(old a similar preparation that truve such nnivcrsal
suttslactloti. n e nave ret to team ol lliu nrst com
plaint, 8. 1). liALllWl.N, vVuphiimtnii, Ind.
Til K cure cll'ected In my cose by S.Nroitii' R All
ien. ('run wio so remarkable thai it seemed to
those who had sull'ered without relief from any of
the iimiiiI remedies that H could not ls true. I
Iherefor made albdavlt to It before Selh J. Thomas,
Km., JiMlrc of the I'eaee, Huston.
OKOIitiK 1'. DINtSMOliE, l)ru;''.:li-l. Iloston.
Each packai:e of Snnford's Radical Cure roii'slu
Hr. hutilords Improved InhuliiiL' Tune, and full
directions for Its line lu all tw. l'rlce One Hollar.
For sale hyull wholesale and retail drnireiN and
dealers tlnotejlioitl the l ulled siati" ami C.innda.
WEEKS & I'OTTER. Omeial A--ut itnd Whole
sale Inu'ii-t". Ho.-toii, Ma.
Collin's Voltaic . Plasters.
AN KI.IXTItO liAI.VANIl' IIATTKI.'Y COM
HIS Kit WITH A IIIOIII.Y MEDICATED
KTKKNtiTIIKS IMi H.ASTEIi. I'OK.MINH THE
I1KST I'LASTEII FOitl'AINS AND At IIE IN
TIIK WOULD OK MEDICINE.
OeutKnieni-I sent for one of Cnllln's Voll'dc
Plasters, and It has been of irrcal bcueilt lu ri'dueliii;
a swelling in my left side that two phvi.iclrus pro
nounced Enlargement of the Spleen, and one pro
nounced It 1111 Ovarian Tumor. L. A. KIS'l'Eli.
CtrxTtiiANiA. I Mi , March JO. ls.
TIIKY Altff TIIK WIST.
Oeiilemen:-Encloed you will llud uli'l I
wish you would send me another dozen of your
Collin s Voltaic Flusters lly the above you will
see that I ran do soinclhlni; to help others In some
way even If I uiu not able to be up and around.
There are a number w ho have tried your plasters
who had given out that all planters were good for
nothing, and now Join with me that they are the
bestthev have ever tried. I have gut along this
winter better titan 1 have before in three years.
Wish I could have heard of your plasters before.
Yours. Ac, LokKTTA M. CliOSS.
Halijitos Sca, S. Y., March STH.
Prict ,'Ji" CeMiln.
Be careful to call for Collin's Voltaic Plaster lest
vou get some worthies imitation. Sold by all
wholesale and Ketail lruill throughout I hi'
I'tilted States and Canada, and by WEEKS A- POT
TEK, Proprietors, liostou. Ma.
ASSKTS, Ji-nk I, 1STH,
No Premium Note 1
Surjilurt over Six Million Dollars.
Tilt1 Miwt important question lor those' insuring tlieir lives in "WHICH COM
PANY is stkon'ckstc
Tin: Htronercst coni)itny is the one which has the must ixu.i.aus of well investkd
ASSETM Knit hVEKY DOI.I.Alt OF I.I A III I. ITI l.
Of the Hcventeen largest Life Insuranen CoinpanicH of the United .States, the
alio of assets (cxcSmliii1; premium notes) to lialiililies, the Equitalite. is largest, hein'
121.1111. The secoml largest is 1111.77, ami the third largest 117,:i2.
J-i'These llgures are from the olllcial report of the New York Insurance Depart
ment, June 1, 1H7H.
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Da. J..I.(IOi:i)ON, . Mkd. Advisok.
THOMAS I.KWLS, - . Hsciibtakv.
II0AHD Of MA.NAGUIIS:
J.J. (IOHDON. Physician M in,
Mrs. I'. A. TAYLOlt, huperlntendenl "of ,
hieho il h. Alexander County .. .,
Mrs. E. C. Foldl, Variety itrackct htoro.'
J. A. tiOI.Ds'i'lNK, or (old. Hi,,. l(.
cnualcr. Wholesale and lietiill Dealers
lu Matile and Fancy Dry (foods 1,
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and Attorney at Law
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C.EO. M, AI.DEN, Commission Mer
chant, TH Ohio Levee "
JAH. H. KKAItDEN, Agent Mississippi
Valley transportation Company "
HAKKLso.N IIOLFT, Watchmaker aud
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Mil Dry (ioods and Notions ..
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Soiith'Tii Di-tri.-i Illinois siinn 'field lil.
drs. s. A. WEKs, ... Villa ):idt'e.
Dr. It. S KIiill. l . I'hy.ielau. Ii.diatiiipollh, Ind
J A. M. (.KI.AIT, Ileal E.tate
Agent Keokuk, foua
Itei. DAVID (. WELLS. .Metlt '
1 J!"!':V'f 1 Vv ;rand Junction. T-na.
J. II. Ol LI.L 1 , Merchant .Merldan. Sku.
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvemctiu
on old onei: for medical or other com pounds, trade
marks and label, l aveat. Assignment. luler
feretiee. Appeal. Suit for Infringements, and
ail cases arising under the Patent Laws, prorupl-Iv-
Bileniied to Invention that liave been
I M.' I Vl 'T V I ''y ll'" I'a'ent Oltlee may still.
II IA I lil ' , niosl cae, be pateuted by
us. Being opposite the I'. S. patent iienrlineiil,
and rngiiged in Patent business exclusively, we can
make closer searches, aud secure Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, tbau tlio-c who
are n'tnote from VYahington.
I V V V X'l'l ",'1"1 u a''"1''1 r k-kh of
III 1 Jill 1 Vf IIO yuur device; we make ei
omlnalions and advise ia to pateiitabilily, free of
charge. All correspondence slrirtly rimlldential
I'riees low, and no charge utiles Patent i cured.
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American National Hank, to officials in the V.
Patent Office, and to Senators md Kepresi-ntutlvei
In Congre: and especially to our clients iu every
State in the I'nion aud in Canada. Address
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