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Krom Die Address of Democratic ConKremen.
lid tlioro lie no dissensions nlmuf i'"or
innltorsj no Unto lost In inViKslon
of (lend ci nils ; no iimnm'""0'1
unrrow or j.roscrlpll reeling f no
ancrlflcp or the cnnsp graliry icr
Hitn.il munition or n-'cntmpiif.
-oi., .1011.1 CKBIIS of WML Co.
in r.OT0n,Jir DISTRICT,
N. iV. in.w,'i f ""' Connly.
THOMAS' A. K. HOI'COMS.ortTnlon Co
(From the Chicago Tribune, fladleiil.l
"Oungress still mainaim nxf., ii'rfcf
indirect, to the amount of nit leii than
1900,000,000 Or Tiiio r.sonMous tax,
LK9S THAN ONE-HALF IS KKCKIVED ltY
tub oovkrsmk.vt. The remainder is
distributed toprhate individuals andctasscs
who control legislation."
I From the Ch(uio Tribune, (Radical Thunderer)
"It is known nnd rcid of nil men, that
the overshadowing question in American
politics at the present time is A TAnirr for
JIkve.vuk, on a Tampx for lROTrc
Tio.vl It is optional for political
parties to be or one or the
othtr. TlIBV CANNOT HE FOIUIOTII. NOH
CAN TIIEY DODGK THE QUKSTION
WITHOUT INGUR1UNG THK COX
TKMl'T OF THE F1UKNDS AND AD
VOCATES OF EACH OF THESE OP
Resolution In (lie Tariff (juration adopted by
Did Democratic Conrenthu of the Thirteenth
Congrenidonal lilMrict "ol, John M.Crtb, nomi
nee.! llisolted, That WE ARE IN FAVOR
OF A TARIFF FOR REVENUE. ON
LY i'oni ice demand that the burdens
of taxafion shall be fairly and equally
adjusted, and that such an adjustment can
not be made without striking from the stat
ute book the present odfotu tariff" (fiicsy a
system of taxation lirfjfd upon favoritism
and t which has destroyed Ameri
can shipping and commerce, oitrkrbes
tub rcorLr. or tur gukat aoiucul-
TURAT, REOIO.S'C, CO MP It Lit TIIK MANY TO
TAV TRIIIUTE TO TIIK FEW, AND HAH
BUILT IT MONOPOLIES THAT COXTROI. NOT
o.vtr Eviur jtRANCii or Amkricajc titrtrs
Tin', nUTALHO THE LEOIHI.ATION OK CON-
oress; and ice demand that the prime ar
ticles of necessity, such as ieis, copce, sugar
and salt shall be placed upon the free list.
(Ilesolullon on the Tariff Quetlon, adopted by ttio
KRdi.nl CotiTentlon of tt.e Thirteenth Conxren.
tlonal Dutriet Hon. I. V. Munn, noniinen.
"Will tho 7Vioin ploaso tH us vdilcli
ililo of tho taritV fenco Ihu Radicals of tlio
Thirteenth District aro on tho Rovcnuo
or J'rotecllon u'Ju? Ami will It yteiso toll
us wliotlior, In its opinion, tho RndlcMi of
t!il illitrlct hnt'o dodged tho tarnr que
tlon, nnd nro consequently entitled to the
contempt of both tho friends nnd oppon
ents of Protection?
laj-Tlio Radical party go into thu prci
cut canvass clntiiorin t; fr hii lioncst nnd
economical .administration of public nffiiln;
n reduction of tnxvi, etc.
There nre thlore In office, under tedcritl
uppointtncnt, In every Stato utidCongrem
lontil dUtrlct In the Union I "Who put
them there ? Tho Chicago 7Vi4ine cy
that of the $SOO,000,uOO taxes paid by tho
people annually, lea than $10(1,000,000
go into tlio National trcnturyl Who
itculi uuditjuandcri thu balunco ? Tho
expense of tho ndniiniitrution is cnorimu
ono hundred inllllont of dollars more
than R should bo I Who makes it so?
I'ridor cxliUng laws of Oongrcs,- Amer
ican commerce it almost driron from tho
eai our shipyard nro Idle, nnd oyer 20,
000 boat-builders and caulker
aro out of employment! Who
enacted thcio laws ? Tho
prices of common fabrics cotton nnd
woolen goods, nnd of all tho machinery
and appliances of tlio farmer and tho mu
chunlc tho prices of tho absolute necessa
ries of life aro out of all proportion with
the value of labor and nearly fifty per
ctnl. higher thun when tho reins of govern
ment wcro In Democratic hands. Ask
why this is so, and any honest man will
till you thut it is becatiio Now England
manufacturers of cotton and woolen (roods,
outlery and agricultural ImplquionU, aro
shielded from foreign competition, and
regulate prlcei to suit thcmsolves; uml it
euits them to rob and plunder tho init,i.
It is so became a Radical Cotigrci hat
Imposed n tax upon tea, cofle, sugar and
fait, etc., which the consumer it bound to
During the pan ten years tho Demo
cratic party have been powerless in this
government. Radicalism luu ruled with
a high hand turning a deaf ear to romou
ttrances, and knowing no law, regarding
no reitralnts that stood in tho war of its
designs. For all the burdens tho pooplo
endure for the villainy in high places, for
tho waste of the public money, for the pros
tration of Wcstornand Bouthorn Indus
tries, for all th Ills of a mismanaged iruv-
j,rly1 tn(.,( j, ,,one
responsible. Will tho ppl,, trust them1
longer-will thoy give- m to tho promisos
of honesty and economy In tho futi,r(J?
The party has had full and untrammelled
Control daring tho past decado, and from
yur to year the burdens or tho pcopl
have Increased until they have bec-jma
almost Intolerable. Tho party has thown
iUelf corrupt, extravugant and utterly un
worthy of confidence. Give It, then, Its
griT A. few of our Radical exchnngos
berate, with all tlio sovority of which thoy
nre cflpablu, corlniu Democrntlo congress
men, for voting against n reduction of h"o
dtitv on tea, cofl'co, tftlt nnd augnr, thus ac
knowledging that the tax upon tlioso arti
cles Is nn outrngu which nuy man eh6uld bo
tiolitlcally damned for refusing to lesson.
Wodcslro to know who Is responsible for
that outrage? Tho Democratic party, to
n man, Is in favor of placing ten, coftoe,
sugar and salt on the frco.llst, nnd If tho
Ituitl.m! iiiirti- would eo it unniiimous votu
on the "Dofrtoeratlo side,"1 lot ' them Ihtf'o-'
duco a bill In congress to that 'etfect;
and they will sco it. Had the reduction
provided for In thoSohenck bill, stood upon
Its own merits, every Democratic voto in
congress wouId hVVe been recordcVTIri Its
favor. But hoW.wiu it? The nuthorof tho
proposition snddlcd.Jt with aiiolhcr, so
curlng to throo or, four men n conlpleto
monopoly in (ho .production nndtnanu
facturo of HesMuiur Meal," etc., (competi
tion In tho mftnttfncttjro TYhlchwuld
toon load talho use' of stceU rails
on our. railroads, the conrtifucnt
lcssoning(of ripnlr expenses, nnd frciglit
and passenger charges) and' thus rendered
tho proposition to' objectionable Itiat a
mnjorlty of Dcmocytic congressmen foil
constrained to sacrifico the commendnblo
fenturo of the proposition in thu hopo of
defeating tho obnoxious feature.
Tho designing author of tho bill, know
ing tho popularity of n proposition to rc
duco tho tax on tea, coffee, etc., saddled ft
with a proposition, which, standing ufonci
would not lmve commanded a slt)gle Demo
cratic vote. Democratic membprs'-sought
a division of tho proposition, that they
might votu for tho reduction, of the July
on tea, coffee, etc., utid against tho Rene
mar stool infamy, with which it. was' sad
dled. The suborned (penker ef thoITouta.
declared tho proposition indirisibleatid a
majority of the Democratic delegation
woro thus driven Into oppoiitiun'to tho
proposition til whole, and recorded their
votos against it.
"It cant licjiosilblo'that.JeWctt
Wilcox contemplates a race for tho Legis
lature I In a hotel he is 'the right man In
tiie right plnce'but'la the General Assem
bly of the State, hodbo ns uuc6mfortnblo
as a cow in a cftat oYjiiail or it HsU,out of
water. He might bo ornamental lherc;but
I'll swear ho wouldn't bo useful.'' ,Ho 'said
a prominent Cairo Radical, when fn formed
that his party had named WRcox' fll its
cantlldato for tho Legislature. ""Jcwctt
has brains," continued tbo snmo individ
ual, "but not tho kind to render him useful
as n law roakor. Rut what's tho uso of
talking ? Ho'll withdraw, nnd thereby
escape tho mortification of defeat, or what,
in the event of his oloetion, would bo still
more humiliating, an overpowering senso
of his uttor unfitness for tho place."
It Is very generally conceded thut If
W ilcox Is tho best man tho Radical party
of Aloxnndor county can'put forward for
tho Lcglslaturo, their stock of legislative
material is singularly short and doplornbly
JiTTho Golconda7fcj'(tU says that cer
tain enthusihstin Dumocrats, of that ilk,
predict that Crobs will bo elected by n
majority of 5,000. Well, what of it? Tho
revolution going on In publio sentiment
tho rhnngo that hns fallen under every
body's observation tho acknowledged
honoity, Intelligence and patriotism of Col.
Crebs, nnd thu mental ptunlinimlty nnd
political corruption of Dan .Munn, place
tho predicted result entirely within tho
range of probability. When Crebs beat
Gen. Itaum ho did it without the votu of a
single dhalfectcd Republican. Indeed, as
many us u hundred Democrats cast their
votes for tho Gonoral. In every precinct,
iu every school district, now, wo hear .of
Radicals who are working for Munn's de
feat; and If, in tho wholu district, thorn is
a Democrat who will votu for him, that
individual has not mado himself known.
Put this and that togethor, nnd -Munn's
overwhelming defeat seems inevitable.
tSf In a recent discourse on the mar
rlngo relation, Rev. dohn C. Noble cm
ployed tho following language:
If marriage Is u cur no, It Is only because
tho parties tothocontraetoltherlaekjudg
mont In negotiating It or the moral recti
tude to abide by It when made ; it U be
cautothoymlsconttruo tho Divino purpose
in Instituting marriage; it is became thev
prefer tho shallow splendors of ostentation
to tho qulotudo of tho homo circle I it U
because thoy shrink from honorablo re
ponslbilltles to revel in fleeting enjoyments
that soon terminate in thu moral dvadm'
of tho heart.
fs9Who is Edmund About, of whom
wo have heard so frequently during tho
ponding war in Europe? liu Is one of the
tlrst French correspondent that went to
front, an uutlior and a dramatic writer of
of considerable distinction, He was edu
cated in Athens. His work on the con
dition' of Grocco end on tho Roman ques
tion gave him considerable celebrity. In
fact he Is a gunluf who undertakes nothing
unless ho knows what he is About.
How many there nro In Kuroiio to
day who nre repeating, In one way and an
other, some tno.t vigorous words of the j
late Jir. inacKcray. "Accursed, I say,
exclaims that writes, "be all uniform coats I
of blue and of red; all yo epaulets and'
aber sashes; all ye guns, shrapnels, and
musketoons; all yo silken banners cm-
brolderod wltb bloady remiiiismucc of
successful UgliU; down down to thobot- I
tomlcss pit with you all, and let honest ',
moh lire and lovo each other without you!"
IsSf A kiifdnfratenial trait Is narrated
to illustrate tho spirit of tho young Kronch
soldier recently summoned to the nriiiy.
A young conscript, recently married, ex
pressed regret at leaving his wife, and also
ut being compelled to go without giving
)Vlt touch to his employer's vineyard,,
ihenext morning a woro of his village '
comrades were seen hurrying to tho Holds .
with various Implements and singing tho
"Clmnt du Dopart" as thoy cnt. At
night they announced to tho yttnd solctfcr
that tho work which would hii token him
a fortnight to complete was flishcd. Such
men nre worthy ot n bottor ito than to
sorvoJbr potodor food.
lDah kunn hns an advntage In the
p roioti t co irtcst, of Which wo nd disposed to
complain, vie H0 has n broiler in Chi
cngo Jo wrlto, letters to Egydlan papors,
eulogizing htm as a man ofr te'rllng' abll
Hyi a patriotrnnd tho vory nan to honor
with n sent in Congress. , IMiis woro not.
the only ndvontngo thht Afcinn pososses,!
wc wouia nt stand HI-
hllthoth PatuTion fBonaparltSS'
writing Ucr life forearly pjblcatiotth
stoppint Oohgresriill, flfiatog
.7: .r10"1'1 t " JJoiuiTSt itousvs
said to bo in declining hoalti at CksMtsI
ton. ' VejM
"I havo not loved llghtl," sld a man
a three huadrel
1 r ; (SCtttA.
?rNcarly ono.hnlf.'tho flpo-scttlrtgn
tho-Paris-Iltornry pnpors il'done by wo
rn ai. J uji Kv"1
-"Bury mo in a Pdmpadbtr wftitVTdV
blaacd," was tho lastrequestof a Vicksburg
,a' ' ,ew
Fiishionablo woman are llko thot.cost
ventlonal schoolmistress thev bollero In.
tho switch. . -J
Tho duchess of.St. -Albans is nctlrigW
a voiunieor organist 10 a country parism
Mlsi Flora McFllmsyhas married ibe
distinguished Nonccount Didlcr of "tho
bono marines. tv-V
Young men are novor in more danger
of being mado slavas than, when the' men
aro ht their feot.
A wldownr u rnonnl.lv rAlr.otnit'KVS1
damsel who didn'tjwant nfTeotien that hftfl1.
occn "warmed over." 1
Miss'IIolen Tavlor. steD-dauirhtcr of
John S. Mill, is said to be editing tho post
humous works of Ruckle. ' o .s
Ilia nk forms of proposal aro used. by
Minticnota ladies when their vounemen-
are-slow In coming to the point. 'J$i
-?A Jersey editor... commenting onrtktx
title pf anew book, "Only Girl," asVs r
"tvnai uiu inoy want twins c
An old lady in Indiana keeps a flocVrof
seventy vor eighty gander's, whose tefti
waroiing ana plumage aro ner dengkt
Miss EdL'rton::havlnldccturodisMJ.f,, wltV
vearon "Woman is.uominm" li roiar.,ta
find out this seaim''Vlilthcr Shoals
An old lady boioir asked to subscribe'
tu a newspaper, declined, on the ground
alio wnntea newt sne
Mr;.J'iirtiugton, says that since the
invcntlnn'of thu npcdlo-gun, thcro is no1
roaion why women shouldn't fight ns well'
m mon. -
HustlciM in commenting on the pres
ent stylo of female coln"iiro says, "It must
bo a very poor soli that requires so much
Miss Leila Curtis, Miss Mary Richard
sou and Miss Klin Gibbons nro practical
wood engravers in San Francisco, nnd nro
."What would you bo, dearest," said
"Walter to his swecthent, ''If I was to prcs
tho seal of lovo upon those sealing-wax
Hps?" "I should be stationary."
PITH AND POINT.
"Remombor who you aro talking to,
sir," said nn indignant parent to n faco
tiousboy; "I am your father, sir!" "Well,
and who's to blamo for that?'1 said young
impertinence, "'taint mo I"
Kllgiblo bachelor (making a call)
"Well, Mr. Fred, you 'don't know who I
ma?" Too cundld younc hopeful "Oh, i
mu i uo, tnouuii. lou re tlio cban ma
says would bo such n catcli for our JIary I '
"Tho nttio dariini;, ho didn't striko
Mrs. Smith's baby u purposo, did ho? It
ma ; to bo sure it was: nnd If bo dun t be- '
havo himself, I'll crack him again." I
A prudent man ndvisod his drunktn
servant to put by'hls money for a rainy
day. in ii few weeks tho master Itinuirml
how much of his waces ho had saved,
Kalth. nono nt all. said lie: "It rained
yesterday, nnd It all vrbni.1'
An idler boasted to a farmer of bis
ancient family, Invlne much stress upon
his having descended from an illustrious
inuu wuo lived several meliorations ago.
"Ho much tlio worso for you," replied the
farinor; "for we And tho older the seed, tho
poorer the crop." i .
A clorcvman was nrepnrlnir his dis
course for Hundsy, htopplug occasionally
to ruvlow whut he had written, and to
ernietliat which ho was disposed to disap
prove, wuen no was nccosteti by nts iittiu
sun, who had numbcrrd about llvti sum
mers, "Fathur, does God tell vou what to
preach 'f'' "Certainly, my clilld." "Then
what makes you scratch it out?"
QM, I.. TIIOttAS,
! ri'.nrid to do till kludu ol
IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
t OKNKH t'OMMKt'lAs. AVENVK AND
t U KIUU'fH NTKKT.
srilels the onl' Brnt'dass Sign I'ululer In
y Al.MTTKT. IIOI NK.
Cor. Walnut & G.anoSts
DAVIS & TUCKER
JOHN IIYLAIf S4.I.OO.V
la anpplied wltst'SM 'kssisis r
ttsmmx; JsJ.m; sto.
ON OM.HERIAIi AVE.NLE
' llt wren Eighth ml HisthHtteet.
! CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
The thlmty, wh j lore Kood liquor, should git
Mm n rail, nnd IhofO who want a
Ciin have their wsnts supplied at his bar.
'frnrlelor of the
'Billiard Naloon aad Bur Room
8 i wtu
IM miuerclsl Ave.
Cairo, . -
ft rit .,
Popufar Publio Resort
Where the visitor will find
lUtiATKMi: AMI I'lntOTIOLE TABLKH
in, etc., ad a bar supplieil with'
text Uxerbaeri' the tmrstl wines
xr, etc., t Im fun ad In Csllo.
nn'd hr supplieil with
thelieet nail roole
KTerylHidy In Intlted lo oatl In and "cool off,"
neniroi room iree loiifrjuwiT.
on for the Hair
For Restoring to
Phalon's "ViTAJefA" differi
utterly from aWrtlie "dyes,"
It acts on
I uaucicui pnnuijiic.
is iimpid.viraErranr. and ner
iiu muuupr yi siuwoimciiL uiiii
tcr, requir.e's'no' stalling up,
and commuriicales-no Vain to
thc;"'ilcin or the linen. No
faper curtain is' necsary to
conceal its tUrtjisi'rlapj)earance,
for the simpfereason that it is
not turbtfT It is, to all intents
anapuiposes, a new discoviry
in Toilif Chemistrv.
" Vitalia" is
warranted to erht a change
in die color of thenstir within
lo days after the firstupplica
tion, the directions being
it is as cueaR as water i
If yourDruggisN has not
Vitalia," on hands write, en
closing ll.oojfnd we will
forward it umnedintely.
Phalcsn & Son,
Si7 Broadway, N, J?
Would rsspsetfully Inform the clllseos of Csiio
and Ticlnltjr, that ha Is bow prepared to furnish
ORIGINAL ' DESIGNS.
uusalUssMBMceation i for puMie Buirt.
Kr,rlTt ftesldeaeM, and Hrldxetof nil klsds.
Special attention alten
io me orepuratloo ol
U. S. Patent Offlco
And also for all kinds of Hill Minuf.ctuiuig and
Engineering work. .Sllfftlnn guaranteeT. Or.
iters respeoTully solicited. Oltlce Winter's Block,
And Asjentii of
OHIO RIYER AM) KANAWHA
OEO-o. 70 OZZIO ZjUVBII
S. t). Msthuss. K. C. Chi.
JJATIUJNH A MIL,
185 Ohio lA)vec,AIKO,ILLINOIS.
Hpecisl attention given to thepurchse and ikloof
FLOUR, HAY and CORN
litr County National lUnk, IM ton, III.; Vim. IT til .
Dixon, 111 l Cilr Nntlnnul Hunk, Calm, lllinnip;
Mmhtws, UoUrw A Co., Commlmlon Mercliantu,
Chlco, III,) IUIdwIn A Htnne, (3i. Merchant,
Chicago, III., low, Morsn A Oj., Chlcaaq. III.
q w. gki:e,
Hucresaor to Fall I , Oreen ACo.l
r.. j. A) tn
110. 133 OHIO LEVEE,
JJ M9IYTII A CO.,
Also, keep ronitantlr on lisnd s mo-t com.
plete stock ol
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Pft( Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
We r nfruf tur J. Iti-id .t Co' Ci letrate.l
We sell eielunlrely f.ir Cah, to whirh l- t Me
lame ine aiienuon 01 cio.e airiii. oii)r
teoiitl atteatioD Kl' to tilling oniric.
H. M. HULEN
Hii Ueinovod In His Old Ntand
13( lmmM Avenue
Where he sollelis , conlinaiweep wlronM o
hl former cuito mere, an ll sn thM of ujnji
w uura m mar wni tiruntKroeeriei, nrovitlonay
te., retnarkaliljr cheap for-h.
Tnni Hlrlctljr caah, for which he will
ower than the lowest.
Plaster Paris Plasterers' Hair
Lime Ijs Bulk, hIwh)h on kmid
CORJIf R 8th St. &0HI0 LEVEE
T? SI. WAIID,
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
IN PREf ABED TO rMIX ORDER.
Promptly and satisfactorily, with the yry bes
OAK and HICKORY
Leave Orders at Hulcn's Old
CHARTER OAK STOVE.S.
IT IS ECONOMY TO
Get The Best
llaro Been Nolil Isa the LsttTwn Years
( Not onu lins failed to lve
r ev nro unlterfslv acknowleiliji'il to the
BEST COOKING STOVE MADE
Anl whet-ever known Ihey
FOR UNIFORMITY IN IIAKINd,
For. Ecoiinmy in the Use of Fuel,
For Durability nml Convenience,
Antl Their Terfeet Adnilntlnh
, To the
Wants of Western Pcoplot
fend for price lint, to
EXCELSIOR MANXFACTURIMJ. CO.,
Alii A 014 ft. Mnlii Htreel
lulrldawtr Nl. I.onl..
tkihll lI.iittholJ.Tenic and rr.
meter cf Health n tr Juan rrcf. Jl it
a frettntht and turf aire fsr Dp'
ftftix, Jndi&itie and alt itiuaiei cf
tht Liver and KiJneyt,
It it a mild and Miehtful lnxer
ant fir delimit Femjlti, and it the
tnott agreeable and f levant - fitting
Tenie ef the Jiy.
hW young Children and Infinlt it
il a turt eurtfir Wind CM; Criing
I'aint in the Stomtuh and ilmielt, W.
It cao U hid at all ftrvrxu" " J tenml
di!ri, cr tr addrtutnf U who!
AVliR0W3T. WEBER CO..
r, uwa, no.
HIS OWN MILLER
We are mnfa:lunna
m 1 ,
Kor harm or power im Mnjrin; in tft from
w uuj in I'stiiiKH) irnui
1 to 20 Bushels Per Hour.
The.p Mills aro i.rv klrom and iIihiiMh.
lennlro rerv little iiowvr to ruuthcin. Kacli
wifl grind either
Orntock fff.l. fc iiu tUkift-d, uriet , uu.te
Savo Its Price Ev'ory Year.
Every Mill folly warranted.
We aiMO makoturoaltea of Itone ftlill.. eAino-
It11..n V .... . . .... 1 , . a ,i.
Ueterlptive Circular famished on adicticu
The niamoiitl MIIIManuru tiss-lsstc fo.
C0ltKlt Pla'K AMI l-IIO.VT STIIKKTS,
t l.Vi IXXA 1 1, u.
AgfDH warned In every town and roiinty.
ijn. 11. scjimn Kit,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Agcnl for best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE
BTo. 7S OHIO MS VJK is
UIiLETI.V JOB OFFItlK.
n. JOHN HUUAS COLUMN.
yyii. joii.v itiM.-s
Mantifaetitreraiul einlernl the
CURE OF AGUE AND FEVER
Olxillsss nud HTo-t7o v.
'IMIK iroiirletor of (III celebrated ineillclne
X jmlly tlanm ror It a etipenorlly over all ru
inedle iernllereillotliA f ull(c for the mji, m.
(in, itdy ami iiimutnJ trre of Aiilo anil l i ter,
or Chllht and Kewr. whether of fhort or lotrn
taudlnff. He refers to tho entire Wrutern and
Hnilhwi'itern roiiiitrylo bear him le.tlinony lo
IIIV iruill ,'l lltv nrmvi ,iun, nun ,11 in, CPPf
whalvterwlll It f.ul to cure, If tho llri'ciiiina aie
atrlctlv lolloweil and carried nut. In n srral
m Mm ca.ea aiiiBle ilonn lift- hren nllk'l nt for n
cure, nnd wholu fainlUe halo hern turnl by a
with a perfect reatnratlnn ol the
It Klioweter, iirudenl, and in
ii.rv eneo inorw eertnlii In etirp. If IU n.i la'rr.n
tinned In atiiallFrdote for a week or two ufii'rllm
ill.eaae liae lieu ehH'keil, more eii'eially In illl
rtcult and Ions atandlhir mr. t'fiiallr. thli
medicine will not noil In anr aid to keen trie
inweia in kjnhi oruer I iriouin inf raiieni, rioev
cr. reiiuini a rainama ineuuine, aner iiHTinv
taken three or four iln.e ef the Tonle, a .Iml.
will lie sninaient.
DU. JOHN llfl.IH l'rinci.alr,mee.
NO. .10 til I II, Ookm htn s l,
rra..K wr..t ..iiiji... a
a iiAr, rrivru many iraimion ai ir;.i
and Tnrtntla iiiiMicatinnn hate ahown, nllof wh
Mlf rnuin. 4 lir I'liiuniiix, irnii, n ihkim r'li
caieii an'i TMiiiiii.r liii pician in iirnrv a. usee
imuiii 1.1,1 ui uir iui.-i r. u- ui- luiiiiii uivn.iui
i iiarp I'irr rrrrirpii. irr t. rriirni kii Hir
,r,,' li, i'r nititri, ,11 irtirj. ui kuiu fi)
wuanow, naiaer coubiy, u ,
Jonn J, IM.
nr. .inu nn i i M r..t tii tti
rum iaui nWiirtn Ileitrtitcr" apteral (ml
hrTit. I -,n alum i l.t.llr Um. tniit.l v t d.'l,k
and hate dalle umi fuf aowe at licle of tbi k tl
n'nmmekii d by the alilt anthoritie. thai u
ir.i'r nrr onrrriain in inn t xireiri'. cijrci
K. . .tin mritli ll.r M,,...,J ,,l,t, J'.M III. Ml, f.
It upon i i) term, I .ball u. a ureal .h ol
I am u are that Hi" uf ol
of the ne
know to l mheient, aiinhly beeu.r may
I I..LI.. .Iirtit.ln-tillin.nll. ul l. r ....... 1 . I
ettM.la tlr.l, and arcuriil the anle right lo aeeu
adtoi'aluoriiuiji4lteruftlielhou.aiid jf woilM,
no.iruint inn nowi too rt.uniT. ii.ai i:. riM,ri
I I-.,.,- mit liiauil.f .,1 iii-ri..,-. i, Wlltg., nf.ll
I'lcu-e lerly oon. and Inform m nf t
term.. I am, nr, trry re.in-eifji ,
JLLlLs 1. I f.H.MI'.M
iki'Iki iiur 4iiitiiisiTM i.siifi- an
tlic I.eltorlVoiii Isla Mollior :
ilenton Ilarr&ckn, Mo., Ai'i.iao, l
eienev of vuur Hjr.oaiilla. and Him b. 1.1. hit ...
follnwins aUtainent of myca.ai
m ueiai uuaj lie 11 oo.ieaaea.
I w.t wounded aloilt tan vrf aio wa tak.
uri.oner an Icimtlncl for aliteen liunth. lieu
..................... ;v...,.... ........ j.
la liuii-iired and I ni i'd auinelh nx to a.:l 11
in anything ela. I wl.l. tfi.it that la ginuiii
ObllRe CAIT. C. I'. JOII.NaO.V,
1 ira. ranirim init a nan unci i.iiiin. a
rn Air., ji-nn . j. nn. nn. riibiiicr ni ithi.i. joii
Hit. JOHN lll'M-Pear Sin Myhunband. I
ian il t i'nirai ew loru. wore iiu uieu. it at 1
Ihu aliort 0. j. Johnson in my Care. Al thlrtei
)eara of ace, he had h ehromc diarrhea ai.
prruiuiu. inr winriii iravn mill . iiur furi.aiittriii
i v.t iii.ir ill.lj j naieiorieii vmn it-uu
inm'ieii 11 in many in .tew l orn, umn unu ion
fur ncrofula. letur aorra. and ueneutl drbllil
la ut. ra.ri c strifuU aaa frtre hhu vtrt aim
mranlMt. I am tery anxious lor my oo to agai
hm recourse 10 your r'araapanll. He l farfi
of getiini;iuiiiiui article, lienre hU wrilinc 1
uuiuru, 411a Muiiuu .nn i.i.n'iri ".1
t lie will recover
Arkansas Heard From.
TfMtliiwny of MedltHl Mvi
tony I'oint White Co.. Aik. Mav S. rj
Dr. John Hill Hear Sir: Lnat Kebrimrv I
at Louiaville purchaiing ilriiK", and I vol aomt
of Your Haraanurilla and (Jed run llulnr.
. : ..." ,1. tu.. muiv
niv ann. in-law. urnn ... Kirn in. in ti ....
llllnmlnn..l ,m tli. Illlu.u 1..'
Ilia general health improved,
tip nl.r. vlin lis. Iji.n 'l 1...I 1...I.1. i.l.
them, and ho ulso linnroted.
lip ('nHiin. uhn tin. I.n In I...I I 1.1. . ,,..
ine Leiiron iiiuers hyt Kiten you great popularit)
n mint i iv nr vrine ma. l..i. it.i.. n t n as.
.... . . . s vtattiji . tuuiu (."II n lllft
Ceilron Hitters urn) Snrsaparilla. hhln me a
.nciiipiiiK taieoi Klckttt Neely.
V. V. HAI.lt
Pronartil hv nil. JOHN DULL al
Ills Laboratory. Fifth Htrect. Louis.
Foi iSHlo by IIAHCI.AV UH(
R AT TUB POHT.OI'riUB