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ft 1 known by actual experience that there is no
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THE DAITiY BULLETIN.
IIISTuIlICALSKE'R'lIE.S OF ILLINOIS
Extracts lnia a iai,or iiM'l lv Dr. lien
tlii.'J.iwKsuii County Ulil t'ulki
In 17:.'U 11 ai
ip I'lniiei s Hi'imuit cuiiic to
is. 1I; Lmu-'lit with Liin yJO mccliun-
i, iiiitieTi ;iU'l luijort rs to proseuutu ininiug
i"r j'old, silver, Ltc. At St. Doiniiifjo lie
JitUt:ii:ii ii .jijij sliiVe'S lunl brought tliem to
Illinoia lor t!iu j)i;rjio-e of working l lie
tiii::L-. 1 1j located ut u ilucu which lie
nani'.-d M. I'hiilip, this was ou thu Missis
ijii liver live or six miles aljovc where
l-'ni t Chai t 'l'i was Vu;i!t. Ho made explor
ations on Drcwryst'nrk, in Jackson county,
t. Marys, in Handolph county and in
M'jnioe county, along Silver Creek, in St.
t 'lair county and many other places and
that, ton, lor about ten years together.
Kenauit finally turned his w hole attention
to the unfiling of lead, being disappointed
in the finding of goid and silver. lie al-o
worked the mines in Missouri, lead was
conveyed on pack-horses to the river and
theiice to New Orleans in peroguos. In
175'i the lea l mines of Iowa and Illinois
wire discovered and worked from to
lv.',!. The (iaieiia mines made IMS, Hit)
pounds of lead. In 1$:'3 t!i; amount was
About the year lii'jO, or earlier, Kaskas
kia, Cahokia and I'eoria iC'revicenio) were
settled. Kaska-kia was called "The Vil
lage of the Iminacuiatc Conception of the
Virgin Mary,"jesuit catholics.
In 171 Eort Charters was begun by M.
De Iioisbreant. Fort Charters was rebuilt
in 17"0 at the breaking out of war between
France and England. Fort Massac, on the
Ohio river, was built aUiut the same time,
another fort was built on the .same iite; the
first having been destroyed and all the
troops massacreil. This new fort was
named Massacre by the French; it was a
M Usonri ktutiou u curly an 1711. In thu
year 1703 Great liritain, by treaty, became
the owner of Illinois country. Mons Taget
in the year 1704 built a waterinill near
Kaska.-kia. In the village of Kaskaskia at
this date were sixty-live families, besides
merchants, and other casual people, and
ghves. All of Illinois consituted one
county, called Illinois, in 17TS. Vir
ginia, in the year lb74, ceded all her north
west territory to the continental congress.
Illinois remained without an organized gov
ernment until 1700. General Clark cap
tured Kaskaskia, Fort Gage, Caliokia and
Fort Vincennes. At this date the French
villages of Kaskaskia, Cahokia, Prairie du
Rocher, Fort Charters, Village a Cote,
Prairie du Pont and a few families scat
tered along the Wabash ami Illinois rivers,
the remainder of Illinois was the abode of
the untamed savage. Tradition tells us of
many hard fought battles between the orig
inal owners of the country and these intrud
ers. Battle Ground Creek is well known
on the road 1mm Kaskaskia to Shawnee
town. Twenty miles from the former place
is where the Kaskaskia and thuir allies were
dreadfully slaughtered by the united forces
of the Kickapoos and Pottawatimus.
Of the Indians the Kickapoos were
the most formidable and most dangerous
neighbors to the whites and for u number
of years kept the American settcmeti s
in continued alarm. At first they appeaten
friendly but ft om 1750 to 17'JO," a period
often years, the settlements were in con
tinned alarm trom them and other Indians.
In the year 17S1 Americans first settled
in Illinois above and at Kaskaskia. Win.
Boon, in 171) 3, when IS years old, arrived
at Kaskaskia. The first Baptist minister,
Janus Smith, arrived iu 1778 and the first
Metlu .(list minister, Joseph Lillard, arrived
in 17l)i!. In 1 7W7 fatal sickness appeared
iu New Design, and out of a colony ot
120 pel 8 ms, from Virginia, Oil or one-halt
died. They were swept off by a putrid
fever uncommonly malignant. Sometimes
it did its work ill a few hours.
The following are the counties first set
tled in Illinois; 171)0, St. Clair county or
ganized including all of Illinois; 17U3, Ran
dolph county organized embracing all of
south Illinois; ISO!) Illinois. Territory organ
ized with Ninian Edwards, Governor and
Nathaniel Pope, Secretary ; 1812, Madison,
Gallatin and Johnson counties organized;
1S13, Wiitc county organized; 1810, Jack
son, Crawford, Monroe and Pope organized
making eleven counties in Illinois Territo
ry to this date. The question may be asked,
when and w here did the first settlers locate
in the present county of Jackson? From
1800 to 1810 it was settled in the lollowing
places: Recti and Jones settled under the
bluffs in the Mississippi bottom, about 18( 0
or 1801. They were the fust and were farm
ers. Henry Neble and Jesse tl rigger and
others settled on Big Muddy river in 1804,
there were also farmers at the Bluff and on
the Mississippi river, Parker Grosvenor, Uri
Brooks, nnd son-in-law, Truman Diiey.Wm.
Roberts and some others. At the Big Hill,
Oven and Walker Hill and near the mouth
of Muddy several lamilies settled as early as
1805 or 1800. At .Sand Ridge and Big Mud
dy and at the Bluffs, also on tho Ridge east
of Muddy was a few settlers making in all
about 27 families in tho diffiTcnt and separ
ate; settlements and about 1(10 souls,
At these early times two of tho creat
wants of the settlors was for bread Btuff nnd
salt. Milling at first was at General
CAII10 BULLETIX; THURSDAY MOIIXIXG, DECEMBER ' 4, 1879.
Edgan's mill, near Ka-kin, thu means of
cun eyanco was by horse-buck. The great
er was frequently brought into use. To
obtain salt the Bottlers would sometimes go
to Kaskaskia nnd sometimes to Ohio and
Sulina. Salt at Kaskaskia was per
bushel, at tho Salino about 3.50. It had
to bo carried on horse-back from either
place. I have known my father to make
several trips to the Saline for salt,
During these times then) were no roads,
only Indian trails to travel on. Indians
were quite numerous iu all the country, yet
friendly to the whites. All the early set
tlers built small round log cubbins, punch
eon floors, door-shutters of same material
and covered with clab-boards and weiirht
pole, not a nail in the structure. Every
man had a rillegun, and laid in his powder,
lead and flints at Kaskaskia. Wild gaino
was plenty, so all had n abundant of wild
meat, Their farms at first, nnd for a time,
weru small, yet they raised .corn, pumpkins,
turnips, potatoes, etc., sufficient for their
families. At this time there was no whis
ky, henco both whites and Indians got
along frindly. B'-nrs, panthers, wolves,
foxes, wildcat, racoon, muskrat, deer, wild
tui keys, swan, geese, ducks and many other
kinds of game being very abundant.
MaH.KWOOD Bl'.KUUNd ASI) 1
Jkki i:ii-on, O., Dec. 17. 1877. S
Du. Wii.i.iam Gn.i.s, 120 West Broadway,
New York : Di.au Siii- Please send Die
two quart bottles of your Liniment Iodide
Ammonia, (for horses.) During the past
two years I have used it in my stable to the
exclusion of all other liniments. It is the
best thing I have ever seen for either man
or beast. I could not do without it.
Enclosed, find draft for r,.
Very truly you;-, ' H. P. Walk.
Giles' Pills ceres niliiotisness. Barclay
Good Livim;. The secret of good living
isoi va-t importance to all mankind. Every
good liver knows this but when the 'ive'r
is bad, then take En.-adalis. the Lrroat South
ern Remedy, and Mo'.t's Liver Pills. They
are sure to restore you to health. Sold by
Tun nr.sT w.w to t iikeu 1 1; if yen area
despondent invalid, is to grow stronger
Thiiyou can do if you will take a piece of
advice which has the weight of hiirh iirM
ieal authority to back it. That is to Use the
(tandard invigorant, llostetter's Stomach
Bitters specially commended and endorsed
by physicians. Among the bodily troubles
which it overcomes are dyspepsia, irregu
larity of the bowels, liver complaint, gen
eral debility and nervous complaints. It is
also found very useful in counteracting a
tendency to weakness or distrder (it the
kidneys nnd bladder, and persons troubled
with rheumatism strongly indorse it as a
remedy. Its influence upon the entire sys
tem is highly beneficial, promoting rrr it
does the return of sleep and appetite,' and
the acquisition of flesh and strength. A
silent reproof of the folly of nauseous
drug medication is conveyed in the suc
cess of this pleasant and effective botanical
A Card To all who are suffering from
the errors and iiuliscrctions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I .will send a receipt that will
cure you, rjji-.H of chauoe. This great
remedy was Jjscovered by a missionary It
South America. Send a selt-addressed en
volope to the Rev. JosK.ru T. In.man, Sta
tion 1). ;Scw l ork City.
"A father tieverthinks his 10-year-oM sen is
stronger than a horse until he employs him
to turn a grindstone to sharpen the ofd axe
that is about as sharp at one eud as at the
other. The old man bears on until tlu lad's
ees hang out and his trousers' buckle Hies
off, and just before he bursts a blood vessel
bis father encourages him on with the re
mark: "Does it turn hard:" Thou
sands ot boys have run away from home
and become pirates and Greenbackers in
order to escape a second siege at the grind
stone." niAKITY HOSPITAL, CLEVELAND, OHIO.
We have made use of St. Jacobs Oil both
here and at the Asylum, and found it to be
an excellent remedy. Sister sitkiuok.
Sleep obtained two hours before mid
night, when the negative forces are iu oper
ation, is the rest which most recuperates
the system, giving brightness to the eyes
and a glow to the cheek. Tho difference
in the appearance of a person who habit
ually retires at teu o'clock, and that of one
who sits up till twelve, is quite remarkable.
The tone of the system, so evident in the
complexion, the clearness and sparkle of
the eyes, and the softness of the lines ot
the features, is, in a person of health kept
at "concert pitch," by taking regular rest
two hours before twelve o'clock, and then
obtaining the "beauty sleep" of night.
There is a heaviness ot the eyes a sallow
ness of the skin, nnd an absence of that
glow in the face which renders it fresh in
expression and round in appearance, which
readily distinguish tho person who keeps
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2,000 Illustrations nnd :i(5 Full-page En
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The work is superbly bound in morocco,
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The plates alone cost $11,000. We war
rant this Bible to bo as good as those sold
for $15 in any book store. A Special Oiler!
To introduce our Bibles wo agree, upon tho
receiptof $1, to pay tho postage and other
expenses, to semi any reader ot this paper
u copy of tho Holy Bible, with a superb
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is good for (10 days only, and may not ap
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Money may bo Bent at our risk in a plain
letter. Order now, nml address, N. W.
Hunt, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Fkeisle Ladies.TIioso languid, tire
some sensations, causing you to fee! scarcely
able to boon your feet; that constant drain
that is taking from your Ky.iteui all its elas
ticity; driving the bloom from your cheeks;
that continual strain upon your vital forces,
rendering you irritable and fratful, can eas
ily be removed by the use. of tint marvel
ous remedy. Hop Bitters. Irregularities
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T he (o.Mi.K DKv.irr.AT rei i It cliiiii.- ;o ) ...
Inriiivor and j a!iuni..-e. with incivieil fai ii.ii.M
for .'.liiiiat' iiinj reiamii..' liotn. ami vl;!i inrreu-ci',
! oriii iimt iiu to noire than r- di-c rn oe-nia :e
p.eii.:i. t.i the lu'.l iiif-ooire of ivumii'.iiYc ex
pcc'atioi, as a politic;-.!. I'.aniiy and encrai new
ro.iti'ui'.y the (M.i l.i: l)i:!o 'hat U reco,-i.i.'.. ,
Iniiiioi.i end ut th-.) couutry to tbi- otbe-r a the nit.
llil.i iiii..' eh:iiii ion ol'tha't Kcptit)iicui.im ttbl.'h
cn:.ie h.i (ui,t ill rime to -ave the t'nioti from
ibtrisuiiu, and hits iuc debited aii U eip r.d. s
to the 'Tei-iT-.aiii.n intact of tac. I'r'iiin of the war
forced upon i;, liy the rebel ot the South aii.cd ov
the Il' ii.jer'.t- of thu North. We inoe nppn-ed ;.ii
fornmi coii.;.roiai-e i.i.d conciliation ths'. feen d
lo .'.'.ii; :. n r !or.',,oij to .aut in thi Ciuntry oi
t'r- roc i a .! th" or-anlu' ion w hit It involved n in
0..: noiroipn! eivil ;.r. '1 ae lleiaoci at'.r i . . r t .- Ik
now in tno field lor the. next Presidential e'.eet'.nu
witb tint doeirine- of Statu i!.'ht ni.d !iinl::'.ei;-:oii
enit.ia.oneil upon it liannor. If-uec. -f.ii. i! v. ill
inoi-t ns-itrt-ill, carry otti it. M-omi.-e to rei .-i-al ail
-larion necc-iratcd v.' r.;e car atid !; re-
m'.I:-. ami wil
Inaugurate a jioiiev wliitli will en
coariiL".- and a
t ni..,tlii r att tap! i;t e-'ion :.',
1 i what the toaM of tlie "Soliil
I Here I- Ml! one anihlole t. r u
Solid Sotu.'i i-iil the nrtoid evi
wlil'-h it threat
i! e. in a ilna pi.r
of tiie nation It.
lo'.a! lejions to
ens. am', thi.t is a solid North. ',;
po-e til keep )., po'olll'll! potu
the pculon vhkh sent torili it
cr.ifli ret'cllloii nnd re. tote the in;e.ri;y of the
l.'nion. Events leivc tinnih-lunaiily pointed u(ic:i.
I'. S. (;rai.l the ln"vi!a'iie laniinlate of tie- lie
puli'.lcau party lot t:.ia ;rei:t contest. Thcr.) are
o:!e.r a worthy as he. Inn tin-re M-om to he no
man certclu to (onsofldat- in his favor ail :ne
eletnet.ts of Mlcccs. lliaice, w have .npport al
and ur'i-d his nomination. kc.-pu.t; hi view solely
the welfare of the Retmblii-itti party und toe bf si ,;(.'
siuai.ee oi its triinnjiii In ss.i.
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w ill keep abreast of the best .iili.icrittons of the
day llnr rachitic for the' colo-i tion of news are
unsurpassed either East or We-t. We spare no
expeti-c to obtain the latent and most accnate iu-telli--noe
from all iaarter- bv mail am! telegraph.
We have correspondents at all news cei.i.-rs
throti.-hoiit the country, and their fall and intere-t-inc
ehronieles of events tell how faithfully they
perform tiie duties assigned to them. Our l orn
men ial News Is prepurcd with LTeat rare, and we
may safely challeii.-e a comparison of this depart
ment of the l.noiiK-l)i:Moi uat with that of aitv other
newspaper in tno country, loir i.itn is f,i,lne'- .ind
acetirai y. seekinsj to cowr ail snbiectg of geuernl
conimercii. am! to L'lve the latest information and
ittotatimlis us to each.
TmjrVf.i.ui Weekly Gloi:e-I)i:.m.xi!at.
In pur-tnce of otir de-erminicion to place tiie
Weekly Issue of the (It.OHK-lll MorllAT Within the
reach of every voter In the We-t for the campaign of
lisi. we have redtirl its price to on., dollar per
annum, postage prepaid by us. This makes it. con
sidermu' Its sie and yiality. the clnapes: tiewsiia
per in the cotmtrv. Vi- are confident that this ;'b
erality on our part will be met '-v a tvuiToa
espouse from the Jieopie of the whole West.
Inciudinc Sunday, per yar
Without Mmdav'. r vi-iir '
Including Suuday. iutiuba ui'Ihree un.l up
wards Without S-milay. iu ciabs of Three and tip
wards '.' (o
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In C'luijs of Flvi
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Payable !n advance. Special rates to Agents.
itemtTiauces snou: 1 De made bv I tilted States
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letters, whenever it can be done. Directions should
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Hlaplc. Harinless bii, Hehiilde Heinedy on both
continent. Tim nlchcst Medical Academy of
Pan report Ift cure nut of Km rite ttllhln tliteu
day. Hcrri'tTlii' only dllvirof tho poisonous
Uric Arid which exist In tho lllood of Hheumutic
and (lotity Patioui. i a box! tl hoxo fur J5.
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ri ANOS AND ORGANS.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
FOR TIIE NEXT 10 DAYS,
Before our Advance in Trices.
PIANOS mo to 8100!
A.l new .ill ', stretlv Hr--c!ass, and sold nt tho
lowest n, t ei.-h w lioie.aie factory prices, direct to
the ntircbii-er. 'l'l..e pianos maile one of tiie finest
d!-p.ays at tin i im Innnti Llxiuhltum. and were
itniver-a.iy v, eomun i.dcd for ll.e lll-hest Honors.
Ihu square Urat.ds contain
Now Futer.t Pnplcx OvorstPttng Scale,
wh'il: Is ;ukie'wiei!jed bv the hl.-hest musical an
1. lorry tol-i the ! iTe-t improvement ever put lino
it square Piano, pi'od.u'inir the mo-t astoiiisliln"
power, rlchn. -s u:.-i det.tli of tune, anil u nisoiln.
Ins fpttility never i.-ivt.- attained, Wina a "(irimd
P. alio in u sj'L.re Case.."
The Mendelssohn LTvvii;lits
ARE THE FINESTIF AMERICA.
They ire ;.r.'notincei t!-.e "Pianos of tho Future."
I .id I jirtlit (:;.-a taor.' powerful tone Hi.oiil'Ii
ot:; t'.e i t.ti.-e ca'e. ,t lot..-, r siist ilied sinin
(!i....'y. a .iut.ter ami more rejponslve torn it and
-'re iter ..tirai.ilitv ;i ;..! :..;! i'y f..r standillu' In time.
It-' --rea; : no.-f.v ii-..'-tins it to entirely snper
ci uethe oi tr.-i try -(-e.re piano in thl. country, as it
iias already C me in En.'iiu.d.
Ev.mv .f"). le.-s..;.;, I'pri.'ht Piano has the va-rv
':A.Il--N'l' I"i Dl.K REPEATING PARIS
, ,, "lane expre-)y tor us in Paris. France.
Ad ot:r Pianos are made entirely by ourselves at
Xiw. litlt. 4fl2, a 5) I, -HM.. & m W.57lJ
St., :.':. !!7i. iiiii uiio sea & v,io
loth A veil lie.
Now the finest and largest m tjjc world.
Orilnal!y ttililUhed In '.Mi. beine amom: the
rew makes of piam.p -.vhii-h hae stood the test of
OVER 112,000 IXUSK
Ivor) riano Fully W;uTnntcil lor Five Yours.
We are now mak!:.; ail our Flauos entirely of
treiitestdiscovery of the ates. Wood ren-
. shriukluj. checkinc or warp
1 as inciipabie of absorbing mois-
In;: iinposibl, hi
fire as viileani.ed
rtn oi r. 1 lie li.erensed hard
ness ni.d toUL'hness of the wood nrdii
ai.ee p( tone truly wonderful, lite process or vnl-cani.mu-is
done by inachinerv established at our
ractnrv. nnd we hare the exclusive coutnf. ef the
patent tor jdatia ma,;'.ni; which. toL'ether with our
other intents and Improvements, includlni; Mathu
sht K s Iiupiex Overstrung scale, render our plunos
Iu every reppec the
Best and Finest in the World!
In the cr.ii.d result of stivrtfth. dtirabilitv. roll
iinty. tun. ability jor standine. in tune, volume,
power, resonate,.. I.rillii.pi s. sweetness, sviupha
thetic and siniriliir ;tiaiitv of tone, evenness
throi.Ldiout the entire sea'e. deilcacT anil elas'scitv
of touch, and beauty oftluish, the
PIANO STANHS WIT0UT AN EQUAL.
rinnos sent on trial. Don't fail to wrllo for Illus-
n;i;.-u nao lJvSCritlUVl I Kttl in-III i.f .IU
Are the Best in the World,
at prices far below nnv first-class make. n R
stop or-an for only Jo:,, including all Iho crJatest,
late-t and best improvement, posessine power,
depth, hihliancy. und sympatbeiic ntiulltv ol tone
Heaiitiful solo ellect and perfect stop action. All
cases of solid wuitmt. Iu beatitiltil designs and el,.,
pant nuMi. All Pianos and Organs warranted for
live vears. and sent on tllteen tlavs' lest trial
rndeht free if iinsatlsfactory. Send for circular
SHEET MUSIC, half iirlc rinll
nii-thiril of price. t'utaloL'Uu of t.MO oclect jileceP
-MENDELSSOHN IMANO CO.,
ill East 15th Street, N. .
Reeds. 'J Knee Swells. St
and Rook, onlv U.lto
ANS. W Stops. 3 Set
Stool. II....L- aiu
iTT.1.1,.,!!'':l.-Y Newspaper Knits. Address DAN f Eli
UtAl l 1. Witshllietoii, N. J.
WlOfWI ri luriis in. !0 days on Jltio invested. Of.
Vl-V" tliial Report ai.tl liifiiriniitliiu 0 Mb..
profits weekly on slot k opticus of i to ao .
dress. T. Putter Wlltt ,v Co. Hankers, :ij Wall st.
We w ant an AlthI in !b' Coniiiv in ,li.,n, .....
will ivy a salarv of cum ner inonth-'iind evn..n..
Sell O'lr Wlilliirl I'll iliVrl MmI, Sin nl,l.. v,...,
Addre- at ouee sllEliMAN A CO.. Marshal. Mi,.,'
IV O'MMHf sireio . lnv. 1 1... r,i.,,ln
lor fortunes evet v week, nml tmVM 1 in until.., no.
by the New Capitalization System, of operating 111
Slock, Full explanation on 'niinliention to Aian..
HaoWN iv Co.. Hankers, js Croud st.. N . Y.
"T Ci '-"west price ever known on
I L 111 Ii e l.-rii i .i i i l-
V tXl.IFI.Ks AND REVOLVERS
l. U'l'R 15 SHOT-GUN
end Stamp for our Hew II nstra'ed CiiImIol-iio.
. PoWELLA SoN.iilK.Malu Street, Cluciuuiiti, O.
On !i0 Itavs Trial.
Y will send otir Fi.neriio.Voi.TAtc Ilrt.Ts ami oibeV
Electric. A'lliilauce upon trial for andavs to tho.n
u fieri ml' from Nervous Debllilv, Rheumatism, Par
alysis or any dlsi uses of Hie Liver or kidneys, and
many other illsea.es. A sure cure L'liaraiiteeil oruo
pay. Address Voltulc Holt Co., Mnshull, Mich.
i AGENTS WANTED lor A TOUR
AROUND the WORLD
Hy General Grunt.
RI('E ONLY It Thl 1 fiistest selllne Imok
ever published, and I he only aulhentle 11 storr
of drant's Travel. Semi for clreitlai cotilalniiiK a
full description of the work and our extra term to
Au'i-tils Address .National rubllslilnit Oo,, Chi
cago. III., or st Louis, Mo.
Ovor Two Thousand Druggists
Have Slpied tlie Kollowlnif lteinarkuliln l'apor, the Sltfiiftture of which run be 8en t oar Office t
Mcr. SEARURY JOHNSON, fit Piatt St., Now York:
OKNTt.itMiii! "For th nat few vear wchavaloM a'rlnn brand of Poron Platm. Phvalclana
and the Public prefer lienson't Caprine Porous Plaster
tew rename nnnsonoitt rcmeiuoi wormy er coundvnee.
Modltluo for External use."
EMINENT DU. WM. ALEX. (iUEEXE, JIacon, Oo.
Writes: "I cheerfnllv lulu tlirtt I tin,...
Virtue and officii ucy ol Coltlcn'ii Llelilir' I.lottld
Extraet or lleefla my pilvaui practice In case of
K...1.I auteiiti it v, wcitKlless, tleprt g Hon, llyspetisla.
loss i t f alipelte Kill) nerviuw aillictloiis. wheu
iiieillcliiH liud proviiu more than nseles. 1 have
found It. tho host remedy 1 ever used In chronic al
coholism, when the stomach Is alwava l-riti!ed and
S-e'L'JC'aVi '.'I """fl-b." VAN' SCIIAACK &
MIU ENSiKV. Druists- Aonts, Chicatto.
fl GOOD PUN. OmMntnr .n't nrsrioltiii iri.n- nriltrt
iri III nun Ml .inn Imi .Vrf) .U ., iUt, ,, r,iul,llh
MM .miiliiliiini'm.'iii. I.4i.iinii,iiri,i.,ii,.ti,rriua
inti,.iniiii...Hi:. m iu.ooo. Cireulti, Vim lull rt.
i!nllntii liw .llc.ii incrn.l In .lock .lrititii(,m.ll..t lr..
UWKKMCK A CO.. It btvwl tloi.l. t.
"'0TITfr MFX I-eam Teloarapby and earn
JWUltJ 8 1 it t mmif. j-,.
ery graduate guaranteed a puyliiu' sltuatioii. Ad
dress H. Valentine, Manni;er. Janesvllle, Wis.
fill! i() ,QllO(l,l'v,k,(llllW'lUslr'lt,o'-Va
Y1' l" VIC"" 'makes lortunes every month.
Hook sent free explaining evervthiiiL'. Address
liA.V'1'ERiCO., Hankers, r Wall sit. New York.
OA Lovely. Rosebud or Jit Motto CbromoCftrds.witU
uiiiue, lu cts Nassau Curd Co.. Nussaif. N. Y .
077a month and expenses guaranteed to AL'ent.
VI I Outfit free. tiiiAwSCo., Atii:itta, Maine.
JiTTA YEAK Budespense to auent. Outfit fieo
V" Address, V. O. VICKERY, Augusta, Maine.
DVERTISERSi! Scud for oiirSelecr List nf Lixal
- Newspapers. Ueo. P. Kowell A; Co., 10 Spruco
ht New lurk.
AliEMS WAXTi D.
BRIGHT, ATTRACTIVE, CHEERFUL.
Mr.'. Julia McNair Wriiifs New Hook
The COMPLETE HOME
Full of rracticn! Information.
The young Ilotiso-keeper- Guide.
The experienced House keeper's Friend.
TTouse-Kooplini, Cooking. Dres. Acciden
it- uess. Children. Company, .Marriutre.
Morals. Money. Family Oovernmeut. and a multi
tude of other topic lully treated. Tell how to
make hmne Heaulirul and llappv "A Book of
more practical utility will seldom,' If ever, bo found
outside of inspiration," Christian Advocate.
iNppllod n l,'vi'fyclty homo T)v slch and poor
,., V in allcoantry homes I,) vouii-Miiid oUt
P ine Paper. Clear Type, lieiiutiftil Binding. Splen
did Illustrations. Nearly lioO pages. Low price.
VtrWltv AV'niltOll !1,)eral Cotnmisslons.
''riuu" lim U Descriptions and Term
Free. J. C. CURDY .v. CO., Philadelphia, fa.
Cincinnati, O., thicao, Ills,, or St Louis, Mo.
Lame and Sick Horses
FREE OF COST!
GILES' LINIMENT 10PIDE A1I110NIA
S.r,A JS. Splint and Rincbone enred wltbont
blemish. Send for pamphlet containing tull In
formation to Dr. Wm. Oiles, iso HroadwaT. N. Y
l e only for horses iho Liniment In yellow wrap
per bold by all drujartet. in (jtiaft, at Ji.fO,
in which there Is a L'reat savlnc Trial bottles 1
The Only Remedy
Til AT ACTS AT THE SAME TIME ON
THE LIVER, .
and the KIDNEYS.
This combined action (jive lr wonderful power
to euro all disease.
axe we Sick?
Because, wc allow these creat orcana to becflmo
clouded or torpid, and poisonous humor are there
fore forced Into the blood that should be expelled
BILT.IOUSNESS. PILES, CONSTIPATION,
KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. V BINARY' DIS
EASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS,
by rauslnt; free, action of tiles') organ and retoi
luutlielr power to throw oil' disease.
Why Suffer Millions palm and aches f
Why toruiciiU'd with Files Constipation T
Why rrlirlitcned over disordered Kidney f
Why endure nervous and sick headaches t
Why have sleepless nights?
Use KIDNEY-WORT and rejoice In Health.
It I a dry, vegetable compound and
One, package will make six ontirts of Medicine.
(let It of your Druu'L-Isi, bo will onler It for y'i.
WELLS, RICHARDSON Jt CO., Proprietor.
3 BurliuipV)n, Vt.
to all other. We consider them one of the irjr
They are Bupeuor to ail oioer feroai i'iaier ox