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THE DAILY CATIiO BULLETIN: SAT 1 1 ID AY MORNING, N0VKMH1-U JO, 1878.
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kf to the toece occapied, at (bore ratee tkere be
te twelve liana of (olid type lo Ike lock.
lo regular advertieere we offer enirior ladnt
Mia. Hoik aa lo ralee of t-bargee aud uaaarr of
dilating I heir farura
Lecol utlca twenr feate per Ha for Irat inter
m ; lea cenii per liae for each aabkteqaeni inter
la. fe'dMaani. allaueanoa anbjecta of geaeral inlereit
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mctAL PAPH OF THE CUT AID COUXTT. I
fair kUriiif Daily in Sotthera Illinois i
U.tt. Haerall, RUitor.
Kn Uitmr mat well ru the day he Democrat will not be guilty ofthurash
ssce: kaj.U with Hear tier and Cotiinun- ntaa contemplated. Whliu amartiug with
the ating of Allen 'i defeat, they might hate
A kt Yori iiewp.ip-'r. whieh has i misconstrued the part Mr. II. took in the
;' ;fc ybj.t murh thought, ma : "it j canvass. We had uo opportunity of obsjrv-
a iiai-i'.ar fact that ia e-jol weather the ng hia w,ik; but in the convention that
fciv-.!? ' ntt wo-iM rather ait in a afreet i numiuated Mr-Allea he bore the part of a
. Aiw-!Ua WiV M x" " I Democrat wlu. plated the auccosa of the
A raiMaa a areaiic tell off t,f a a. :if-; iart. ' y"f,: V i,ll'"iJl a'i,u ot"
fJn a fx-! of paiul ia each hand. He t,wn- Put iii aay event it is bet for our Maa
a 11, -a Li'Si!l. but aa he was re-' c county frienda to "go alow.'' A aober
:"J injawi.iEneM he uiuruiurtHl : 'i iitontl thought mtj ut uiatters abetter
a;j ,s with f. "k i-o'odi, ainhow." : fi;loii!i.
A bmiixviima New VorV philologist
kirv sirli trrIint inauirv, arrived at ;
t.M i;iiiu9 tiit irine aintfular 8ix.ial
.criitivs AjIJ n.ai; tlut city1! million
kilabiUiiU Uiid at ej;:h other, they
fe tM-h other iu one hundred and
, . ,
Ir ?ht t!ectiun this year had ben lot !
-i.J-i.;i i-lnttai a well aa for Con- ;
greUH-o ajd State tifficer. the result would
je !3: Krpubliean eleet., 213: Dem- i
.- , . , . , ,. ..... . . , !
xra'te electors. 1.C. Thuti,itDemocratahatl
1-rniitte.l Kepubluans to have everything '
tijii nan wny. Ia lO the tii,'ure., which
a-r lie. will tell quite a different itory. '
It ia uot ttw much to believe, and one of
nr outspoken exehungea asert it, that
Senator Windoin, of Minm-aota, want. a seat
iu thi cabinet, and to create an opening,
will introduce a bill toetablih a Bureau of
lridn.tr and Commerce. There ia no ne-t.-it?
for sueh u bureau, as the work of
itheriug iudustriHl and commercial statia
tica can be done by the Treasury Depart
ment. We have too manv bureaus now.
A Comui kitt of qucr religioninta, known
a th Trappiats. have located in Pennsyl
vania, aud have commenced the erection of
a grand monastery. They are very austere
religionists. They rm at i o'clock in the
aaorning. They devote twelve hours of
each day to devotiou and the remainder to
hard work. The? cay but little, and never
arry on secular ronvcrnation. They sub
sist on waler and vegetables, never undress,
even in illness, and sleep on baaivls and
Sinck Hulliduy Hrothers established their
great works in St, Johns the Republican
uiaj.irity of IVrry county has run down from
alMiut eight hundred to nothing. At there
cent election Chance and llartnan curried
the county, it Democratic sheriff and coro
ner were elected, and the majority against
Allen was only thirty three votes. We do
not claim that J I. & Urns, have knowingly
am I purposely exercised u pofiticnl influence
in the county; but their presence there and
lhe redemption of the county are cninci
ileiiccs obvious to cveryliodv.
Almost everybody would like to be a
mind reader, but would be unwilling
to have the same power bestowed on
evcrylssly else. Very few of us would ob
ject to a perusal of the tablets of somebody
else's memory, but would stoutly resist the
reading of our ,mn tablets by other people.
There are, among the best of us, cer
tain little, disguise we put on to make
things sinoothe mid agreeable; compli
ments we pay that me earnest on the lips
but hollow in the heart ; statements we make
that we wouldn't swear t; ,u thoughts
we entertain that we w.uld shrink from ex
pressing. 1 1' everybody who met Us on the
street could read us through, ut sight, some
body might feel the application of somc
boilv else's boot toe. V would he com
pelled to change our mode of thinking, or
be in almost constant "hot water.'' We all
know this, yet it some genius should invent
a cheap uiind-rcading apparatus, aud put it
on Mile, where ia the man or woman whose
curWity would not drive him or her Into
the purchase of one Kveiybody would be
unhappy without one, and utterly miserable;
in tliu ri'fliH'tiou tliut tvuryliotly clso was
equally fortunate. Hence, after all, it in
rut her a happy circutnrtiiuce, thut there are
a gootl many things which "uo fellow can
find out." '
Tub aims of the Republican party aro
set out in .tiio declaration tliat it has al-
wj U'.'ta for centralization, protection of
classes, aud tho enrichment of rings aud
monopolies ' Then so-called "principle"
embody the whole creed of Uic Republican
purty. On the other hand, the Democratic
party has always opposed uieu pernicious
principles, aud hot stood out bravely
against the grinding oppressions fostered
by the Republican idea. The Republican
leaders, from llayet down, have only re
cently, when their organization was almoat
dead, seized upon the great Democratic
principle of hard money, and are to-day pre
tending to be a party of hard money.
The Metropolis Democrat says that Dem
ocrats of Massac county are so eiaaperated
at the course pursued by Hon. William
Hartzell, in reference to the candidacy of
J"dg Allen, that an indignation meeting
if auiong tin probabilities of the early fu
ture, ine uemocrsr, cnari'ea mat nr. u.
declined to mention Mr. Allen's name dur-
ing the entire cauvass; and more than inti-
( mates that he mcretlj rejoicea over Mr. Al-
' lrns defeat. We sincerelv bona tlist the
ClilMi; kUl) ITS CAUSES.
hich impel men to tba
' coin.nibsiov tt erima are varied, curious,
and sometimes inexplicable. A New York
editor, during a aiugle day's reading made
, the followiug record of crime and the
I euses that led to its com minion . The
thinking reader will lind in it a great deal
u ponder over;
Diviawaa led by auddD and uuwutrollabla rage
"kil1 ball cliaii la the iuld wt'a
gme In kewanee, III. Aa little premedltatluu waa
, , u . , u ...
buwj I) Muiitguiterv iu boutb Adama, alaaa tie
Ein, clder l0 drlBk( bn, qu.rr0i;ad alii, htui
ort-r a jjume of carda, ileutaudad tea cuta fur lie
id,:r 1U!l ,bui blm bwauaa be would uut ptj. A
jjucu aDrr impaiM, iuu. aiaan sawynr Kill ala
btuther 1b Deiatur. 111., but be repeulod au pru
roiiiidljr and quickly that be touk lit owu Ufa with
tbe eaoie wraputi, Tba cauo uf Ibe quarrel ba
wtcu Cuibj aud LtvlugituD In a 8sul Cruz, Cal .
b'jtcl wt trivial, Liriovton. a waiter, brou;Lt a
told cup of coffee to Cjlbjr. wboatouce flew iuto
a rluleut paetlou and abut tbe offender dead. A
more reatouable dlngreemtut betweea Wllsuaatid
Culemau Iu ('alveatu,Teiaa, waa about ttwwlfu t
Wlltou. who waa killed la a deiperato duel wilb
kuitea. Ureeraud llaLkiualao foajht about a wuaiau
iu Kureth, Oa., tbe foraier loiiug bla life. Farroll
found prorucatioa toklUConwar IuSt. Catbarlue'a.
Cauada. for tba leafing opeu af a Ht b which a
cow gut ou a railroad track. Heerl lure traedloa
are alike la Ibelr cLaraUenitke, la each caae a o.au
killing a wouiaa becauae aha would not reciprocate
hlspaaaloo; but Bturgreeu, who killed kflaa Buff
mau in liuck Ialacd. 111., waa excepilouablf cruel.
I'-chned hr'Balf a mile, and kept firlug at bar
untlUfce with a mortal wound. Bbu Yung, iu
L'ub' tied bla falthleae uiatreaa to a tre and threw
kutvea at ber, oue of the cula bringing the torture
to an rod In death. Jennie Curie, la Dubuque, Io
wa, did not kill the lover who denerted her, herself,
hut threw tier bib)' Into a well. Of murdere for the
nuke of rubbcrr, eiatupli-e are plenty in the west,
particularly IIiudc cjI a Cblueeae backed to dealt) iu
ijulnt;, HI., a mluerabot In Dayton Cal., while
dvffiidluR bla Kold;a clerk beaten to death by l.ur
Xlr iu Sedalla , Mo. Three hauirlnsja by
lyncher preaent no noveltlca. Why Mm. Coymau
killed ia Aulln, Texan. Ik a uijKtury ax nhr had
uokiiowu uuetnlea and nothlug to be robbed of.
THE NEXT CONGRESS.
The forty-sixth congress will Ik; Demo
cratic in both its branches. In the Senate
the Democrats will have forty-three mem
bers, if wo include David Duvis. The
strength of the Republican purty will be
represented in thirty-three members.
Hence, leaving the nondescript Davis, en
tirely out of the question, the Democrats
will have a majority of nine, which for all
I)litical us well us practical purposes, is
more desirable than a majority of fifty.
In the House, the Democrats will have a
small majority over till the representatives
of the other parties combined. Including
the Greenbackers of Democratic antece
dents and proclivities, the majority will be
thirty-one, leiiving California, whose election
comes off in April, and whose delegation of
four will probably be equally divided,
wholly out of the question.
Thus it is seen thut the DeimxTuts will
have a clear majority in both houses. They
have not had control of Imth houses before
since t8.Vf. The intervening twenty one
years were marked by astounding events
by war, by au epidemic of Imte ami blood
shed ; the overthrow of slaveiy, and the estab
lishment of the status of the former slave
on a political flatting with his former mas
ter. The bloody, turbulent Interval has
left its lessons and warnings for the
Democratic party, and the wisdom with
which it studies the oue, aud heeds the
other, will detcrmino the duration of U
present assenduncy. For tho wrongs tla
country haw sufterud, or tho glory it hu
achieved, ainca thu retirement of Jamc
Buchanan from tho presidential chair, tht
Democratic purty can neither bo pruisei1
nor blamed. Rut now that it ia nguLu in
vested with the law-making power, it wil
make its record for the future by tin
manner in which it employs that powei
The present ia its opportunity. If it Ii
governed by wisdom, moderation and t
manifest purpose to do right, the peoplt
will sustain it; otherwba they will agab
consign it to the obscurity and helplessness
from which it baa emerged.
DKATH OK A DISTINGUISHED II
LIN0I3AN. The people of Illinois, and especially that
portion of them that claims connection with
tho Democratic party, learned of tit death
of Samuel A. Buctmaster with feelings of
regret and sincere sorrow. lie died st his
home in Upper Alton, on Tuesday, in the
bosom of his family, and surrounded by
many of his personal friends.
Mr, Buckmaater waa boru in the vicioitv
of Harper's Ferry, in the yeur 181, aud
while yet a boy in his teens, us cams with
his father's fsruily to the state of Illinois.
He was a man who possessed, ia
aa eminent degree, the elements of
true greatness. He possessed that decUioa
of character, the moral and phvsical
courage, and that fidelity to Ids trusts and
friendships that rendered him a confessedly
The editor of the Alton Democrat koaw
him well, and pays a glowiug tribats to
his memory, t portion of which we sub
stantially represent. The Democrat more
than intimates that Mr. Buckmsster'ssick
uesi and death may be charged to the r-c.-at
vigorous political campaign he led as
tie) democratic candidate for the State Sen
ate, and the defeat he stutaiued on the day
of election. Grief and di.ippobi tinea t,
added to s prostrsted nervous system,
brought ou congestion of the brain, which
put a period to ids existence.
In I) Mr. Buckmaater became Warden
aud Less of the Southern Illinois Peni
tentiary, then locared at Alton. He held
that position until IS 3a, when the ioatitaj
tiun was removed to Joftet, andtheo retain
ed it in that place until 187. He waa
elected to tin legislature iu 185(1 and re
elected in 132. He was elected to the
Statu Senate iu 1437, aud was a member of
the Constitutional Convention of 1901. He
was speaker of the House of Representa
tives during the eventful session of 19(12-3,
and discharged the duties of that office
with a high anil fearless regard to justice
and the right.
He was a candidate for the Demo
cratic nomination far Governor in 1800,
but was defeated in the Democrat
ic Convention by John H. Eden.
He rau for the state senate in lb72, but was
defeated by J. H. Yager. In 1874, he was
beatin for the nomination, by a bare major
ity, by W, II. Krome, but as the true and
consistent Democrat that he was, voted for
the nominee, and uever uttered word or pto
teat against the choice. Iu 1876, ha was
nominated aud elected as the Democratic
candidate for HepresentaLive of Madison
county, aud ut the last Democratic couutf
couvention, was chosen ss the candidate for
state seuator. He wus sacrificed by men
whose Democracy cannot be spoken of in
the sume day on which we record the mel
ancholy story of his death. Never waa
there a tunn truer to the party of his choice.
For it he buttled nobly and bravely, and
tho last effort of his life, (fitting close to
such a career), was to perpetuate its nsccu
dei.cy. He failed, but that failure docs not
dim the lustre of his fame, or turnish the
glory of his record. Faithful old hero I
Long shall his memory live green, and
flourish in the memory of those who were
true to him iu the last great trlul of his
Washington, Nov. 14, 1878,
It is un interesting fact that Oen'l Qnincy
A. Gilinore, who was put iu command of
the forces sent during the war to butter
down the defences of Charleston, to destroy
her harbor, und to bring her population to
terms, is now engaged in the more ugrccu
bio duty of clearing out the harbor,
strengthening tin; fortifications, and ruptur
ing the hearts of the people. Mcuntimc
the politicians, who knew nothing of war
save as they read of it in newspapers or
heard of it from their substitutes, have
commenced u nimpiilgn of hate und slan
der against the South. It would bo better
for them and for us If they were engaged
us the gallant Gilinore is, in repairing tho
waste and destruction of war, and removing
the ill feeling which it necessarily engen
dered. The best figures at hand give to Democruts
a clear mujoiity in the next House of repre
sentatives. It is yet uncertain how this or
thut Greenbacker will vote, but after milk
ing allowances there is no doubt of tho elec
tion of u Democratic Speaker, probably Mr.
Handall, and of u Democratic majority on
meet party questions.
That is rather u grutifying disputed
wuicu announce that ull the special j
friends of Senator Ingalls, of Kansas, who
were nominated for tho Legislature with a
view of retnruing him to tho y. S. Senate,
have been beaten. Ingulls hus all the bit
terness that any ltudicitls have, without the
brilliant qualities, or tho ability or the ami
ability which help to redeem them. He
has not made friends in tho Seuate or out
of it, and has less influence even than
Howe, of Wisconsin. The growing State
of Kansas cannot submit to another six
years of representation by such a man.
She will need in that time, owing
to her rapid growth in population, wealth
ad intelligence, a vast amount of legisla
tion by tho federal congress, She needs ut
least a man who can influence thut legisla
tion, whether he can originate it or not. I
assure tho people that Ingalls has mil so
far show capacity to do either.
Thursday, the gfcth, it named by sir.
Hayes a Thanksgtydny day. Mot of the
got enure will probably join ia the recom
mendation, and that will give a kind of
validity to the Selection, their titles all be
ing good. If t reuiemler rightly, a former
guvertor of Maine, has the unique distinc
tion of btving stolen bodily his proclama
tion aumuioniug the people to give thauks
to the Alui'ghty. But that was in rrar
times wheu many things were passed by
which aught to be condeuiotd if done now.
Col. Roberts goes to Brazil to take charge
of the Improvement of rivers in that conn
try. He has a salary ot twenty thousand
dollars per year. Capt. Eads, of the Mis
sissippi jetty improvement, in declining a
proposal of the Emperor of Brazil to assume
control of this work, of which offer I gave
your readers the earliest notice, recommend
ed Col. Huberts. The work is of peculiar
interest to the people of this country, in
view of the fact that Brazilian commerce,
rapidly increasing in its amount, aud great
ly to be facilitated by the projected im-
proveraenla, seems likely to be tianatYrrcd
in a large measur from Fnbnd sad
Fraace, to the United States.
East AmuuBLt ux tus Rimi auric
Yes, although they may despair of relief, it
is atlsiuabie by rheumatic aufiereia, for
the i a is a remedy which fairies oil', by
metiis of increased activity of the kidneya
important chauuels for blood purification
the acrid elemmt to which pathologists
the inciat eminent attribute the painful
symptoms -a theory completely Urne out
by urinary analysis. The name of this
grand depureut is Hustetter's Bitters, a
preparation likewise celebrated aa a remedy
for constipation, which causes contamina
tion of the blood with the bile-r- and a cer
tain means of relief in dyspepsia, fever aud
ague, aud nervous ailments. It is. perhaps,
the finest tonic extant, and ia highly
recommended as a medicinal atimulunt by
distinguished physicians and analysis who
pronouuee it to be eminently pure und very
Ittueticial. Tbs presa also eudorsea it.
"f UK quution will now be ubked for two
yesrs, aud will becume a very impoi taut
question in the next presidential election,
whether sixteen mob despotisms have any
business to control the Government of the
Uuited States." New York Tribune.
No; ths important question will be
whether a party, which, by the candid ad
misoiou of many of its trusted leaders, dis
franchised several hundred thousand voters I
and stole the piesideucy, has any right to
obtrude its rotteuneas upon the public no
tice. The Hepublicau paity is that purtv
the stole, if you please, which established!
sixteen military despotisms in a portion ot
this couutry, aud, ss a party, presented it
selt before the world as au orguuized ldy
of plunderers. Courier-Journal.
Ths Susquthauua river lias been lower
thisseaaon than for seveuty-live years.
ICTUAL AID 80111 T.
A SfBSTlTTTK FOR LIFE INSl'R
AXCK COM PA NIKS.
Mi'TUAL Aid Society
Organized July ltth, 1877, Under the LawseC
the State of IIIIiioIh. Copyili;lited .Inly
, 1877. under Ael of t'enirreM.
WILLIAM STItATTON. I'hk-iumt.
Mai. I. A. TAYl.Olt, . . Vira I'iimidknt.
J. A. (JULl)MTI.NK. . TiiKAMitKti.
l)B J. J. GOItllDN, Mku. Auviaon.
TIIOMA8 LKVI, Skiwtaiiv.
iiiiAitu ok manahkiih:
it. J (i(iKl)ON, Plivnielnn ...Cairo, 111-
Mra. I. A. TAYLOl't, hilperlnleudent of
HcliinlK, Alemiiidei' County "
Mr. .. C. Kliltl), Variety firm ket Hnnc,
J. A. liOl.DSTINK, or (ioldxliiio A Ho
aenwalcr, WlieHile aid Ketnll Ileiilei
III Htaiilu and r'nnev Dry llnod
N.,11. TlllMTLlWO(l). of lllnklu it
Thintluwixid, Coniiiiliioii Men liiinl,
Cotton and Tobaeco Failure '
S. I. AY KHH, of Ayora A t o,, Conimia-
TIIUMAS I.KWIS, liiuraucn Mimaiter
and Attorney nt Law "
W.M. HTHA'rt'ON.of Hlrulton & Hlrd,
Wholale Uroeera " "
OKI). M, ALDK.N, Coiniuiiwloii Mer-
chain, IS Ohio Levee
JAH.H. HKAKDKN, Alf.'tit MIhImIiiI
Valley Traimiportiillon Cnmimnv " "
HAKKlHoN iroL'l'T, YVatchiuaker aud
('HAS. K. HTl'AltT. Wholesale and He
tall Dry Ooud aud Nollon " "
RDWAKl) A. Ul'DKH. Muuufneliirlnt!
.leweler and M'holehile lleiiler iu
Wutetitnakcrii'Toola and Mnlerliila. . ., " '
KHWIS It. KU.NKW, 1'roprletor Hi.
1IAZKN LK1I1HTON, Couiiulaaluo kler
Dr. KUWAUII II, KOK, 1', , Marnlml
. rtouiheru lllnlrlct Illinoia Hnrlte-lleld, 111.
Vra, N, A. AYKHH Villa Hldgo, "
Dr. II. 8, IIKUIIIA.Vt, lhyilelnn..liiilluuiiiHillii, Ind
JAS. J. UKLAiT, Ileal Kulnlc
Agent Keokllk. lowa.
Iter. HAV1D C. W'KLI.S, Methoillrt
Mlnlater Orand Jutirilon, Tens.
'I. UVI.I.F.T Merchaal MmlSas, Mai.
INSTANTLY relieves and ii rmaiirnlly rnrra till
liiutlmoiiMi illHea u all Its varvlliK naKcu. It
(jwhsi the aonthiuft ami heallnii tirnlirrliea of
plaiila, lierlt and hark iu tin Ir enenilul form, tree
(Yum every flltroun lonluniliiutlun, and lu llila ret-pt-i'i
(inters from riry other kuawn renn-Uv. In oof
hurl year tt has found It y I rem the Alluattlc lo
the I'arifli- roam, and wherever knuwu hue In-come
Ihii atauilanl mneily fur I tin inaiinrnt of Catarrh.
Tbe iirovrtrlora have been allrd hood b aeiille.
mrntif uailonal reiutailou hu have lireu cured lr
iui reinruy, aim uo uave, m lontiurrauir ci)ivna
aud personal trouble, iriudlUxuud nrwa Ihroueh
oal Ilia eln k-a in which they wove. Worn you bear
a wsallliy Kautlrniau nflnielllgituia aud reBui'inenl
aay, "I owe my Hie lo Manlurd a itnillial I'urr," yoa
may fee) aaaurrd that ll la an artliie ol yreut value,
end worthy to ba i iaaaed aaioag fat aiandartl audl
cal ansi'laca ol Ika day.
rpHI kaneitt I ilariva Iron Ha daily aa ia la mt ia
H14NIIT WILLS, of Walla, r'argo. Co.
IT kaa cured ajr afiar twclva vaars of aaiulmanl
lKO. W. HOIGHTOS. Waltkaaa. Maai
FOLLOWED tba direct kna tolka lttr and lia
kappy to elale 1 kaie bad a prnuanrui ram.
t mi r.uilr w , . u .
i.. n.u,iAi,H. ir., aiiiaeaiina, lowa.
Illave reconatndail It tos,aitee numbrr ofmy
Irieiiili, l ol whom Lai aivrraard to if Ihri'r
hl(k animal of Ita vain aud gmid ten ia wltk Ilium
WM BKOW N, SSu Ha HI H Louit.
A ITER ating two boti'.a 1 tad mrarlf praia
naniiy currd. I bar rcou,iudrl oir
an kaailrad auttlr llh Iht i;iat't turcraa
Wal tt . AHMKl'ltuNU,
If.SHarna.ja At . RvKou.
kitt told "tsroiu. Ilaun ai. Ciaa for ntar
V V ly una yar aud aay taadldly ibai wa svr
aolila alunlar vrrpaiatiou (bat nave am b nnivrraal
aallalactitia . Wa kav vet tu Irani of Ih Aral ctiai
llaim, K It BALbVVIN, Wtthlnirtou. lad.
'pil I rut ti td lu aiy caaa ky Sasvoau'a Rio
1 n l( ca watto rruavkahle thai ii aeruiail lu
thuaawkii bad euried wilhont riirf fruiu auv of
the nana) rrnrdlra that II could not be Uo' 1
thrlr nnii aft.oavil lo it llta Vt-ib J Tnoouat.
Via Jutilc of ibr r'eeie. Hntoa
OKi'Ktih V. IHNSktOhk:. Urargltl. Kuitoa
t'l'li kt of fianfurd'a Hadli tl l er cno'altn
Dr. iiauforue luipmtrd IuLaltuc 'l ull, and mil
(iltenioiit fur lia uario all i Tni Our Hollar.
I'orail by all wbolreal and rlail dtuttfine and
dra'.ria IhruuHliuut tbe I bilrd fctatra auil t'tnaiia
WKi.KS I'iVl'l KH. Orarial 4jut aud Wbol
aal Dioxtlixa. Butinu. Ha.
Collin's Voltaic. Plasters.
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THK "Olll.li OK atKfit('(
A UOUIIIU SWKI.LIXU.
Diliuru:- I ful lor on er lolliu e ollii
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Plaalrra. atid 11 hat hru ul erral fau.'Sl in radnrlt.ir
a awelllur iu my lfl tule that lo pbTticlrnt pro- I
aunmrd bujargriueul ol Ih !p!eii anil ui: pio-
nouniilll auOtantu Tanmr I,, a t;li?1:l,'. ;
OrNTMUNta. In.. Manh av. !:;.
T1JKV ARK THK UKsT.
(iatlnia : kuiltd yoa ill Suit Jj ii. aud I
with you wou.u tend in auuihrr ilorii or tour
Colliu'a Vi.ilaU I'latlrr br ihabov yoa will
are that liaudo aou.etl.iue lo brlp oikcta' iu am
v vii it linmul abir to be up ai.tl atimnd
i'krr ar a utinilfpr bu hav tiled vour tilaater '
who bad yieu out ILtt 1:1 Jil.rli it . re oi d lur
tiolbluK. tuii bow juio villh an I list thv are iht
beat Ibcv ha r liiril I bavt f.il alouj; tlilt
winter teller l!,.n I Lav brlur in Ihte trtrt
W lab IcduUI hare braid of 'Ur platlrr l.eh.r
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kau.l'iu rt, N. T . Utnh Ifr. I7
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lie careful lo (all fi.r Colliu'a Vu'ltlc I'Utler Ir.l
ou t aome orthlc linllaiini. olu b all
holi rale end 1,. tuil lJruifi.ta ll,r.ji.L-l,oui ih
l ulled Mjle auilCanailn m,d br WKr.K- A l'l'l' 1
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ASSKTS, JfNF. 1, 187H,
(No Pretnlutn Notei )
Surplus over Six Milliun Dollars.
The Must iiiiiortiint question lor those iusurini.' thcii j lives is ( 01!
I'ANY IS STIU.)X(JEST"
Till' stl'nliocst t'iiliiiiiliv is till- one whitli
Assl'.TS Ffill KVF.IIY Dlll.t.Ml UK I.I .Mil LIT I KM.
Of tin- sevcntfcn lni'o;i'Ht I.il'i' Iiistirant
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j-f" I nesc iiojures itrtMloui tilt' ollieiui
llieilt, .llllie I, IIS7H.
TON T I N K
(irow uiore popular fvery tiny, iiml arc
i :. A . J J U I X
Wakiiinoton Avknue, Cok. Twhlitii Stkbht,
OAlltO, ILLINOIS. ?
yr.rANCYCAItDHwIth name lllc. Pinln orij.
-'ISO atylra. Agfa ouult IUe. Hall A to Uadt,
N, 1 .
AGENTS UBAI) THIS.
St will nnsr AlfMtltSt st aalat rt Sk IrVk .....
nud (ipenap or allow a Ure comuiUi-lon to ,
vui urn wifimrriiii iiiventioit. nv uicail wh
v. ear. AildruH. wlihoul delny. (
HimilMAN A CO, , Marahall, Michigan
i.id tw.ijil ariji at CBlai
!d aru U ('inlu.l.l Ku. .
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V fUHlmm rJ Sanrw. TW bxl tobn.
nr euail. it ear kla una trade-maik it W
IIBllaifl M kafuiif a.wU ... , W.. .1 , . .
evy l a.l aNaeal!. Sets roriauiDl.
e 0. a. J'vaaea S ., Mlrt.. Ntatttaia.S' 1
NEW HICH BLOOD!
Pskrawtaaai kH.it.. aTkllt- t . . ee. ...
. VaTr" niiiBiii new iwco moo J
tytui lue oioou io me nti i
?7m" thf; "uotbs. Aay prraon who will lull
1 pill each sight from I to U wecka may be retloi J
wxiauaaeaito, uaucb aiblua be poaaible. Hrl
..eaauiorsitiraaipa. I t JOUNMjNCi
Baaetor, Mr. aw.
9 Wondarl'ul Konititly.
Tbt ia no compartioa belweao It and tin
conaioa alow actiugporoaa plaater. Illtluevrr)
nay tuprriur iu en oiuer eaiernai rrmedlxa In
clndlug Ituimaata and thu ao-called electric ai
puaucra. ll Kiuinlut uew oiedlial alcmeni
liiib lu combiuatfuB wilb rablrr, poet. tb
inea: tfraurdlnry palu rglirvlnu.airrnirthenlii
and ciuaiitt properti Aay phytlclau ia ynti
nwu itKeinv win ounru iLt anove eiattuu-iii
For Ltoi rlaek, Kbeuaialltoi, Ftuialt Wraknrn.
Mubnorn aud Ncrleclcxl Colds and Couvha. (lit
uaatd Klili, U ..,t.i i',.n,.K a , .
lb Hurl, aiid all Ilia lor trbicb p'oroaa platu-r
.luiuij mi oral itimo remeoj
Aak for Ueueon a C'uaeiae foroua I'laalera an.
UkSLo other, boldby all drtifrlttt l-rlces
cu. Seul on receipt r price, by r)at ary i
Jbiia, n. SI plait alre.it. New Yutk !
ak a i;S n U. bANreao, .Sw xk
i ihedreat Ifiuretit-Coiuttotiii
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i Ita aur... Qui. k iraiMlw 1. it all ihaaaia ul Ih K
tt a tun. oulck lenivdr fur all ilitae ol ih K
k'yt. bltddtr. aud I rlnary Otttau. eiininif ltli
in male or IrBiel i :.iull.'U. liiOauiniallou,
I liritlli.u of til hldurrt and llludilrr. lira.. I
Monelalb Uladiirr, h'ddltb or hrkkeu't r
aiieni io Lriur, TUck, Clouii or II
( rlnr I'aiulul I tUaiinir. Uetttlne, H
ci'i:a aud luvuluutaiy Mtihart Morild It
ttiioti ul lb Hladurr' abd Ltrlhra, ( bruLii I
Uirrth of bladdrr. riuppretaioti, relenllou or I
cnkllbnc! of I hue. LilabcK-a, Liropt. llriiai
Weeknrtf. Female Cuiupletute, and all I'hnn.
Maladlra of Ibe L'ricary and Kriual Urbane
I boctaudt rao atteal lo lia noudcrfiil ccrti:
pripnia lu lht dlnraar
I-or Nrrvoua OebJitr, nlib ail ita elm.n.t aif't.
aula. Iilzr.lne. Lot of klcmory. Low Spirn
eu .una auvrna-D rrmruy
MltiLA'Mlth S 1)1 1 111' teoyi tip lhiirr
led tvtlrm. iuiparlluK trw lile and viifotoc I:
lb but ayxria brcomin); tlrei.aUn i.eii and
le ii.i ami tk for Smoiinder't lluibu. In
apou l.tm.,' Ii, aud lake no other.
mCK tl.iyO. SIX U0TTLES, 5.0( ;
I'oraalebr ell Wboirtale Ilra.'fc'ittt JI.J Chii if..
anu tinii, in i'cir(t '?ueriiiiy.
lux an-i uani i;.
T i l Ci im !
x y v u r j j j a. i
has t III' MOST DOI.l.AIiK OK WKI.L INVlTl,i
c ('oiiipnnii's of the Uniti'd Stutfc, tLU
liuliilitirs, the hquitiihlc is largest, 'H'Iii.J
till! third Inlest lli.o','.
. . P .1, . V- ' .1. T .. t f"
report oi tnu iew lora iiihui.tiii'v I'epun
VO I jLOIKS
miulii a specinlty.
KIT. A O K N r.