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BY JOHN II. OKERLY &
Knun llir Addrt-aa of Democratic- :ongri'.tmn
Let tkero be iiotllsHiinilons about minor
Butter J u time lout lu itlciiHlotv
or (lend event no nianifrMatlou of
tutm irprMcrl.ittyo .Vellug yno
iuriioe r the Ut grMtj a"
Muual munition or n-spntmpiit.
roil CO.NflRK8 TATH-Al-I.AIt'l,
tlBIf. HIIXIAM . AWBKHHOX,
of jfirMo Cmiiiij.
lOR HUHKill.NTK.VUr..VT Or ITIII.tl' IV-Tt r.
Of Peorl Counts.
'OK rKSITKNTtAllY OoMMIiFito!K, (UX1
UUX. VMAMCIIIT. MIIK11MAX,
Of Cook County.
rORKX ITKNTIAKT COMUI.vtlO.N'UK, (-llnIlT
Of Adam ( 'unity.
POK OOM1 HKm XWITIl MHTIItOT,
MIL JOII M. CRKHK, of Willi Co.
yoR MK.VATOttfl, IT HfTllIrT,
H. K. GIHOX, arUallallu County.
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roll KKPKKAgNrATIVK 1T t'lATRICT,
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AMCXAKDICK II. IHVIM.
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Tfatirolnj n4 rritT, IM-oUr t Hi iifl iiWt.
teivnJuy u! Moud)'i 0-lUrSti iil Ulu
Tuf Uy ml WrdnnJar. tx-ii.t( t t'-ilt iil
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Mtlropcln, Mif Co., Wrinr'liir, Xn; 1 1
Jonlro,rnionC o KiMij, Nov, c It.
Hom.T. A. K. Holromb's AjtjMiliitiiieats.
llon.Tliom. A. K. llnlcoml', Ivmncnillj ran
iliiUlu fr thr Hlute Srinvlt', will -k l ll" M
luvilnj! tlincnn lplarfi
liuU'OIKl, l'ucnillitr,0'l. lh, alio Vlovk p.ltl
Kl0)r Htorr, l'uv ruuniy, O- l. ivili at
Kllubrihlutrn. Iliinlin ronntjr, 0'l. lltli, H '.'
Hlii)wnri.tnwn, linlUtlu loiuily, 1 tli, ut i
quality, (Ull.ttiu i-onniy, Oi-I. I ttli ai -
'Die iiii:iUt of Ui' 8u ilnflal (,'uiumillr lu
turli of llm uliOti 'oliutlv, u Hrll mi tlu'lCdl
lii'iiiwrtlcC'uiiniiitU'', will pli-iuDiuuttrull ner.l.
ful arruig'incnU, mi J glu-llie gnyili l po.iil!u
pnhlioitj to Iho riiiuiinriiiiit.
. p. viil'i:i.i:h,
I J Ckilrnun HeiwturiICaiiiiiiuup.
Tbu aiOciatedprediHiatchcs, which
are collated and fur warded under Had!,
cat HUpcrvinion, contain the tollowin,'
chceriug hcwh from Indiana :
"INUIANAI-0LI8, Oct. 12, Tho Stato
"tioket h very olose, with tho chances in
"favor of tho Democratic ticket. Tho
"inajotity will bo quito Miiall either
"way, and there will bo eomo dilTcrcnco
'in tho votes for tho different candidates.
"The Democratic majority will probably
be about 2,000. Tho Legislature will
"be clone. Tho Domocratio gaius arc
"quite largo, with tho probability of a
If tho Radical hcwh agenU coneodo
this much only one day after tho elec
tion, wo can take it for granted that In
diana has again wheeled into rank, and
taken her tttand as a Domocratio Slafe.
The Democrats have gained two, and
possibly three memberd of Cougross
and what Is of equal import i nee, havo
jirolwbly aecnreil a snllicifiit majority
in the k'ielntuic' to injure tho election
of n Democratic United .States .Sonntor.
The new get.i Letter and bctter3 lib
tiaie aM!.s from all point-, ami when
tin nliir-iiil count is published, it will no
.doubt be shown that our Congurwioiiul
delegation ha Leon increased from Ohio
and Pennsylvania as well as from Indi
ana Astounding Fraud !
INFAMOUS HADIUAIi AtJKNClKS TO
IMlFK.VTTIIi: WILL OF THK
How Hip lUdlrali Trluuiphtd l
The means resorted to by the Radi
cal leaders of Kvansvilhs to carry the
election in that city and county, jdiould
havo been defealcd at any cost, even
that of Hlb.
A week or two before the election a
deputy 1'. H, paymaster came to Kv
ansville mid advertised that he had a
large amount of money belonging to
negroes supposed to live in that vicinity.
He theieforo requested all the negroes
of )wviinboro and Henderson, Ken
tucky, who had rendered militaiy ser
vice, to meet him at Kyausvilleat atimu
that would iniire iheir itre-ence
there on the day of the election.
Hy th'w means hundreds of negroe.4
were drawn from Kentucky,
and uud a? instruments to defeat the
will of the majority of tho legal voters
of Vanderburg county. A more bare
faced piece if villainy was never porjo-
traled upon a free coplc.
Again. The KvaiiHVille Lourirr says:
nt fimn Hint llUnri'illim nortli
oftli Ohio river, novur lui there been n
tltv wlieru iH.-cil Liilti-cl buiu-t mnriini
Wi-'ru uipiilntOil to work nt cU-etluns till
luit TuoJny ami then uch iiji(ilntnint
wio mudv in livunu-llle. n .Iml no
peo!l exilti inent here no provocation
win ylren, wlilo'i would proptrly duniaml
Mi Intervention of tlm I'lilted Klntci nu-tliurltk-:
yet n oi k.y deputy uinr
tluli fn Kvamvi" ipcclally ilili;ncd to
intimldti' iK-rr ran nml Democr.il'e
Tho nltli nd drrg of Itwlicuiitm bm
Wen poun-d upon tho people of Vndr
bursb county In carry the Uto t-lcctiou.
It lin come frimt OwrnUioro hiiJ lli-nitur-Kin,
Irom MiKini WriK.n and Ncwhurli.
The whole Uoiiin rutle ticket would ln.ro
been i-lfcti-d ci.tpt for tbo Importations
mnile by the itianaijer in Kvuiuvlllo.
UlMdl.NAI. KKPfllMCAX DoCTItl.V-.
Wo r.iiiiiii' ii'l to tlm Republican pn.'ty,
mid upoeully to l'reildent (irsnt.thu fol
loivinij rvolutlon which wa once pro
clnlmvd ai IU?publlcim dnetrlne-
lUdrtl, That tho maintenance Inviolate
of the rights of tho Sutw, and o'poeially
tht right of cueh Hutu to control it own
ilomiitlc lntitutlom, U ouontiul Ui that
lalanca of puwar on which tho perfootion
and bftlaiii o of our political fi-brie dvpi-nd ;
nnd wo di-nounci) tlie Inwlem Invmion by
armed forfo of the oll of any itHto or ter
ritory, no mnttur under what pretext, in
I'm graven of crime.
In view of athu act'on of the
uliulnWt'Ntlun In'Mlwourl nnd Ala
bima, nnd tho new flection law
which tbu lliipublieu patty U now
preparing to put in oporation in thii ritate,
womgne.t that tlioy havo departed from
the orlsinul faith.
tajrWhvn U.uiiul Webster war iccri
titryof tato ho wrote a letter, dated
Mu-ch lOlh, 1811, to lion. Thoma Kwlng
thi n ecretary of tho treftmry, lu which
he uy: '-The 1'ioildeut U of the opinion
that it U n groit nbuie tobrlnj; the patron
ago of tho government Into conillet with
he freedom of elections." And ho tjivei
pectnl inilruction to Mr. Ewlng to in
form the olllccn nnd agenU that "partUun
Interference lu jiopular plcct'oni, whether
of itato otllcer or oUlcor of tho govurn
ment," will bo regarded by the executive
nt caue fur remittal.
IfirSays (ion, Morgnn, of Ohio: 'The
preidont of a railroad in tho Wwt told
mt) threo yun-i ago tlmt ho found charged
to member of C'ongrcfi whole ecioni of
land, given for aervico In Cingre. Sec
tiuu liuvo grown into townshipi lucetlmt
time, which fully accounts forthoiinmeniu
fortunci made by members of Congreii on
IfirTho rapid lucritato of population in
tho Western atntci ui ahown by theTcenm
returns thus far made, proves that tho po
litical power of tho country will bo in tho
control of tho people inhabiting tho Uhslf
slppl valley and tho domain lying between
tho great river and tho l'aelflc, when the
next Congressional upportloumcnt shall bo
THE CLEVELAND TRAGEDY.
A Waraana Ntalcmrat oflhe .'.
(t'rum llic CliM land Plain Drnlrr.)
Nothing which has happened in Clove,
hind within tho history of the city 1ms
created such exeiteuiont n the shootimrof
Dr. W. U. Jones, ou Sutuulay morning
laat, I'.v l'r. J. V. (liilontlno. A great
many stories are in circulation, tho most
of which aro mero creations of tho imagin
ation and wholly unreliable,
Tills forenoon our reporter obtained
from Mrs. Oalentlno's own lips a full
statement ottl.e history of tho causo which
led to tho murdt) ,
, is a young woman ubout medium height a
blonde of prepOMesning features, good
' form, very intelligent, and is graceful in
( her manners. She is evidently of delicate
I constitution, nnd her coun'tenonco be-
ipcnhs an orth-s, confiding disposition.
Iler mild blue cve, clear complexion, tho
dimples in hi-r e)icck, and the Iresh color
' of hur luce, combine to liuiku her, If not
positively lieiiutiful, ut least quito rr-tty.
She ucturally feels n sensu of deep alutuie,
yet expresses hor.elf freely on tho subject
of the murder, nnd what caued it, and
lavs she desires to tell the whole truth, not
, shielding hur?cirin tho least. She is tho
daughter of Mr. Archibald McArthur,
woll.kuowu in this vicinity, tier lntncr
lived liuClevehinil mnnv yrnrs. but alter
ward moved ton fiirm fn" I'arnm, where
.Mr. nnd Mrs. (ialcntino were married
nearly rlx years ago. Mot of the time
since then they hnvu lived in Cleveland,
and they have one child, now between four
nnd Jlvu years of ago.
1 1f K HTATKMKNT OV MllV (1AI.K.VT1NK
I as follows: About tho M of August
last, Dr. (lulenllno went to I'hllndclplila,
New York, nnd lloston, In order to gel Into
a Irgcr practice there. Ho left his wife
and child residing in thosuito of rooms he
had long occupied In Foot's block, on
tho West side. From lloston he wrote
froquet'tly to his wife, directing her what
money to collect and making arrangements
for Iter comfort during his absence. Ho
alio tent money to her so thnt flic should
never bs in wmit. Mrs. (inlentine felt tho
nuwl of ndvlee in reirnrd to tho dispo'ini:
I of the property and consulted Dr. Jones,
; who ndvlicd her to stay In Cleveland nnd
not sell Uiu furniture, for several nays
Dr. Jones visited her, generally In tho ev
ening, nnd appeared to manifest deep In
terest n her. At llrst he conductod him
self with she alrleteU propriety, and Mrs.
(ielanllue says thut she felt as perfect con
llilenru in him as she would havo felt in
her fiitln-r. Five or six days after her hus
band had gone, Dr. Jones 'called on her
ulxiut du.k and tut by her side at an open
window. Tho moon was shining brightly,
nnd ho propcd that they take u ride, but
he declined, saying that there are always
plenty of people reiulv to circulate bud re
ports." Ho said alter sitting with her n
few moment, that he was iii a hurry to
vhit a patient, and went away, promlaiiig
to return soon and requesting her to wail
for him. In a few minutes ho returned,
and Invited her to walk to .St. Clair street
with him as ho w going theru to ace a
sick person Hut she refuted to u'o. Ho
then wMicd her to it up for him, hut sliu
said die c3iild m t, ns she was very tirud.
11m then left her, and ut about V o'clock
Mrs. (lobiiitine, being very much fatigued
after a dard day'a work, retired and went
to sleep. I.ntur, at what time aim doc not
know, ahe hon-d (f'tue one try the ollleo
door. Her llrst ,liiiprealon w.n thut her
husband had rotumul oixpttcdly, i-nl
she called, "Who there'.'" Dr. Jones
anawcrcd thnt ho hud
MJUKTIllNU IMfOllTANT TO TKLI..
Mra. O'diinllnn rojillt d tlmt alio was 111
bed, Ulld SilgeSU-d that hit call ill the
morning. Ho responded thut he mu.t tell
her then, urul rattled at the door. Incom
ing alarmed, Mrs. (J. uroiu and fut ou a
dn-a!ug gown, but after u .liio Dr. lonea
went away and aim went to bod, A few
minutes litter shu heurd a noUo at thodiHir
of tho buck room ovt-r the stairs, which
rounded u thoiiL'h some one was iiicklni;
tho lock. Hurriedly iiitling ou a looae
wrapper, she hud just time to null Into
another room when alio saw Dr. Jones en- .
te. through tho door meutionvd. Tho key j
of that door had been kept in Dr. fi i 1
room, tho door being lioltcd ou Dr. J s. ,
side. How he enmo in poasesiion of the
kev is not known.) She lo-'kod heraolf in, J
crying as alio run by tho D.ictor, ami wa
ging of him to go back. How long she
.ut locked in that room aim cannot
tell, but says It seemed an age, she was mi
terrified. "At length, hearing no muro
noire, and supHsmg that Dr. Jones hnd
gone back tn his apartments, she unlocked
the door, and went out, thinking to seenro
herself in hor bedroom. As she was pas
iii' iiIoiil'. Dr. Jones suddenly stepped
from behind a door, where ho had been
concealed in tho ahadow, nnd seised her In
his arms, earrvlmr her bv force to a lounge,
sue nienuwiiiii) clasping our iinini. ueur
him and Imploring him to leave her. Hut
ho held her fast and foiced her, facedown,
upon n lounce, where -ho was nlino.t suf
focated. Having held her lu thU
poMtlou for u lime ho let her rale
Iierelf n trltlo She again begged of him
to leave her, but ho made no reply to her
entreaties except to bid her bo quiet, as
her af reaming would avail hor nothing,
thev lioing alonn in tlio building, anil lie
aid thatevon If licr cries sliould bring nuy
one .o her nFaltauce, he could, before the
door could bo forced open, go to hi own
riKiiiis nnd bo asleep, and no mm then
would bcliovo l.er atory. .Slto threatened
that unlcas he left her fhe would appeal
to tho law if ahe lived till morning, but ho
answered thut hodld not euro fir the law.
He acted, to use Mrs. (i s expression,
i.iki: A I I UK n.
Ho lifted her Irom tho lounge, dragged
tier to tho bed, and bidding her keep per
fectly ipilot, accomplished his purpose.
This'douo, ho returned to his own room
bv tbu wav ho h:id entered, and turned
tho kev In tho door. Mrs. (Hay all night
upon tho bed, weeping bitterly, and
thinking of tho outrage.
The next dav she went to tho little door
through which Dr. J had entered, ami
found it locked. Then going unobserved
through Dr. Jones' otllco to his sido of the
door she tried to pull out tho key, but not
being able to do to, she went to Mr. Old
royd, Dr. Jones student, and told him
that sho must havo thut koy for her pr--tectiou.
Ho remarked that she was per
fectly safe, and should not ba molested;
but she insistod upon having tho key, and
ho told her that if alio felt ao sho aliould
curtuinly have it. Hut tho key could not
bo pulle'd out of the lock. Mr?. Ouleutiue
then Httemptod to 1111 tlm keyhole with
plaster of puris, but could not, and then
she tried to secuie the door with a clothe,
During tho day Mr. Old royd reported
what hud traiiapired to Mrs. (inlentine,
and angrily inked of her why sho had boon
to his student for tho koy. .Sho replied
that alio must havo tho koy, but ho declar
ed that ho would hover give It up, as he
wanted to u.o it. Ho lurthur remarked
that sho was now in his power. Sin Oal
ontino was groatly alarmed. "Whenever
sho coald-sho had lady friends stay with her,
nnd slopt away from homo. Hut Dr. Jonos
ILLINOIS, OCTOBER 14,
would steal hor keys when she went away,
and would, furthermore, visit her during
the dny time, often sho says, forcing her
to mlnistor to his pnssion, four and flvo
This state of things continued until Dr.
Gnlentlne's return, nnd even nftorward,
when Dr. G. was away from the building,
Dr. Jonos would visit Mrs. 0 and repeat
his abuse nt her person. Mrs. (talentine,
ns may bo nnturally supposed, was In
men l torture constantly. She refrained
from telling her husband of what had oc
curred for tear that ho would heroine fran
tic and do oinethlng desperate, for sho
says she nnd her husband loved each other
At length Dr. Galetitlnc, from ccrlnin
tiling ho hnd observed, suspected thut nil
vus not right, und had n tal' with his
wife. Slio confessed in part, telling him
how Dr. Jones had first entered tho room.
This was on Sunday night. On Monday
Dr. 0. visited Dr. J., and demanded n
explanation, but tho latter refused to say
anything except In Mrs. (.' prcencc.
Kven that very nfternoeii, while the hus
band was absent, Dr. J. again visited Mrs.
At an Interview, when nil threo were
present, Dr. Jones confessed ,to havo en
tered tho room, ravcnlirg nothing further,
but saying to Dr. O. in it very tantalizing
wuv, "I hold tho honor of your wife, your
child nnd vourclf lu tho hollow of my
hand, nnd I defy you, adding other in
sults even to this. Dr. (J. then had no fur
ther knowledge of whut had occurred, but
in order to get nt tho facts, published the
statement In the IsniUr which wo copied
on Saturday oveulng. Seeing this, Dr.
Jones rnlled upon Dr. Unleiitino and ad
mitted nil thnt hnd taken place, saying to
Mrs. Caleiitlue that there was no longer
nuy U'c in keeping anything brick. (It wnt
tliu intention of Dr. (., wo aro informed,
to tnko recourse to tho law, but .) On
Thursday evening Dr. Jones, mooting Mrs.
(J. on tho street, requested her to call upon
him. Shu went home nnd told her hus
band, lidding thnt sho should go. He tried
to di sundo her, but hc thought it best to
know what Dr. J. would propose, nnd went.
Dr. Jones pictured to her whnt deep
di'grnco she would bring upon hersolf, and
all 'heir connections if the matter went
Into court, und begged of her not to testify.
Seeing the force of that argument, sho
piomlaed that the would not testify. Ho
agreed to glvo her nil tho money she
wanted, nud promised to lend her to his
friends. Later Dr. Jones' attorney came
In mid they proposed thnt sho make affi
davit lieforo Homer Strong that the
whole thing was fill- e. Her mind recoiled
from wearing toa lie, ami ahe begged so
hard thnt the matter should bo arranged
lomo other way, that they dropped the
nflidavit propoaitlou and were contented to
accept her promise not to testify.
THU NK1IIT lIKr'OKK THK ML' It UK It.
Mrs. Galontiua went bnck to her room
and told her husband that slut hnd decided
not to testify. That Irutixlcd Dr. (ln'n
tine, and till night long ho was like a ru lng
maniac. Ho did not sleep, did not eveu
lie itown. Ifo nskoit fieri? ho wnujd ffffii
a paper avttllig forth what hud taken place.
Sho declined and lie became tho more fran
tic. l'rcpIratiou rolled oil' his fueo and
hands lu great drops and ho seemed al
together wild with rage, nud continued to
ruve until ho left the room on the futul
SalvVion for the Hair.
Restoring to 071V Hair its
Piialon's 4,Vitat.a" cHfTers
utterly from jpfihe "dyes,"
" colorevsVlind " restorers "
(?) in ufat. It acts on a
totally different principle. It
is limpidfragrant, and per
fectly innocbv.'VjS. precipitates
no muddy or llalXviletu mat
ter, requires no sliaing up,
and communicates no
the skin or the liner
is necc.ary to
conceal its ttinj'.-v .tpprarance,
for the siwfe casnn hat it is
not turlrtjU It is, it) all intents
and pirpoie.s, ankw pi.icoviry
iii Toilu Chemistry.
I'lKtlV''' Vitall." is
warranted to tTiva a change
in tho color of the li.ir within
10 days after the firsriipplica
tion, " the direction being
IT IS AS CiVRSR AS WATER !
ANDAS NO SKDIMLNT.
Price. One Dollar per lkx
iwn nii ru:s.
Sold bv altDru(.oists.
If your Druggie nas not
" Vitalia" on haiujf write, en
closing i.ootnd 'vu will
forward it irfimccliutely.
Phaln & Son,
.517 Broadway, N. T.
. - . . . . .
Mnr Collection Rowland' Ure-Iita
JUkiu Art, lJiacorerl, etfi., comprising vain
.e Information fur eeryUdy. Sntly mll,(free
postajel for Mce.-tta,
AiMreasR. E. NflllMANDr, M Marset aticM,
l.ouU. Mo. vi-flilawly
llntclselor'a flair jrp.
Tut but in ill r. om doei not couuiln l(-ad -no
vitriol poison to pamlj 10 tlm ayaleni or ru
iltieo death. It la jcrfertly linrnili1. r.uMe
natnntnneott'. Avoid tlm vnunted am ilcluiiiie
-Mirations bo.vt ng r'ue tlieydonot poen.
yen would eeai tin' danger. The Kcniuni
W. A. llnltilielor's lluir Pye hua thirty jearn'ren
illation to npludd lt Integrity. Sold t.j Di")!
truta. .tpplleil nt 13 Pony atrect, :'. V.
Of ntarly ouo httndre-1 receipt. fur nmklnjt hrsmly
ill kind ol Wlni, (lin, Ale, liver, Cordinti, hu
.rioi Cidrr, and much ether UmI.iI information
or th-M ilaallna; In nr UM"tifuctur!na; anj oftliw
bore, elthf i for the tnnle or t'omc ue.
Hi-nt by m ill, frea of ol(e, lor '' ci.-nt. Ad
.Ire.., It. K. NOllMANDT, (01 Market alrrel,
St.Iiul', Mo. te'JTUdaw
M&tt-nal to maUn n ilollar Uitlli. of the l-at Hair
rtealurnliv et.-r u-e.l for re.lnrlng urny Imlr to
orir!i a'. ".inr, ai-nd Ucent. for a pneLar.
ir oii w.xr
Mi a WhlU Teeth, Healthy C.tim-, nnd a awee
ream .an I for our TUIlKHII DKNTRIKIUK,
rlcr, .Vi cents.
tr tut .M
A aur rure for llea-I;lie, (.'alatrli, Ilnifne.a, o
buiilei in tht ears, aend for our MKItNIITA
TOUT. Price 3A cent.
Kitlif r of tlm ulire .rut pi-i.ilil ua re
ceij ut tirice.
Addren Joajh K. I. oUr, 411 Markit alreet,
H. I.OUli, Mo. .('.TU.Ian
i:-ii for young men, on Hocliil Krll. and tho
jirojirloly or linjjropnety of getting married, with
sanltnry help for those ho feel untitled for mat
rimonial hapilne. Hent free, in neuled ene.
opea. Aildrea lluwarJ A.aoolnllon, Uox I', Phil
adelphla, Ph. otrl:tni
Your Clillilren Tlsa
uurea uoiil noil itriplngl himi-i.-in
tlio Umtda, an I laeile I ' V."'
tate iho i-roet-M off,.L"VTj
tcelhiiig. j "-N"
nun uven'oir.ai nil in.
eiue Ineidi ut In in
raiita and riiiiiircn
cure liia.rlicn, liiaen
tery, anil Summer Com
plaint in children of nil
It l thulireat lufnill'a and Chlhlrra'a ioclliln
R-tiudyln allillaordera liroulit ou ly tn llilii,',
n .my other eaii.
Prepared l.y tho UIIA FTON MiailUIMI r)
l. Uiilla, Mo.
Sold ly ilrtigKll and desler In meilli'lnu
teryarhi re. i..-2;iyd,iif
Tlir Imperlaliiitilc Perfume.
A rule, t" e perfimu . hom hi u.o hate no per.
imuit iiey. A& hour or titoufter their u-e.ihtie i
DotraoHol perfume et. Him iliuVrent i-iho re
aoltauvcevuing the u. of Slurry nud Uiiitnua'a
Florid Water. Ijy after lu application the
hamlki-rchiet exhuloa it iiiu.t ilt llihtfiil, di Urate
aoJ agrreahlo Iragraney, murMeiHlljr
.1 Hook lor Ilio filillluii.
(VIARRS&nE! A Prh.!.-(.'ooi.
iniiirV ,,"r,u,, mr"
V4 ! I U Gm Hail, or thon
ibout to neirr), in Him phyaiolnlc il iii)i-!ern.
ud reTelatlona ul Iho aexul -Jileini u.ih tho
lair. I ili..'iituru- m proditeltig aud' prexiitliig
otl.prlng, how tu prracrve lio compleiion, eie.
ThU l an intereting work of two hundred
and twenty -four p.tgei., with nuuicroii. engia.
niit;., audcoutaiua valuablu Information for tho.e
who are marrlod or coulvinpluteinnrrlatic, suit it
ia a book that ought to te kepi under lock and
key, anil. nut lild.urel.!) a aliotlt Iho hoile,
ul lo auv one (ftt-eol po.lnijej for I'llly eelila.
Addrea lr. I'.utta, Hiapruary, , No. North
Klghth street,. il. Louis, Mo.
eMvii i: to tiii: ai ki.ioi'KI) anh f..'-
ruHlll.N.VTK.'au Ilefore applying .'i the in.
liiriotu UadtkM who ldrutti. in miLiic
uanig hii) u.iul rr14J.1t, pvrti-v l'r. I!.!!! work,
loluatler whhl roer Ulaoue ia, or ho ilepluriit-l
r. Hutu i nn be eon.iille.l, pvroiuily or by
ni ill, on the iluejaea menliiiiied in l. iiit.
Ditiee, .No. 1'J .Nort'i Kitrhlh apecl, Iw-iui-i-a M
ki t nud Cheanul, M. I.ouu Mo. ."lidair
1 WIXNTOX v :.,
tSucceaaora I') Jol.nlJ. Ham. mi .V Co.,)
A II T I 1 X It. K It aS
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEE
liny and Soli Ki'nl Kstale
KUKMHII AIIKTIt,(lTN UP TITLt.
AMIS I'WSJI'AltlS COS VKYANI'KII
TO AM. Itl.VOS.
yM. M. NOIIl'TTKK,
I Importer and Wholesale Dealer
j Wines, Liquors
1 TOBACCO and CIGARS.
t Agen. lor beat bruud of
CUEAiU AND STOCK A till
........ JtS. 11..
No. 7S.01UO IjUVIUE
Intrmtiired into III. Fourth Wsnl flroeery
I'liitirnrltig ete ry article miially lound In Hie reg.
ular dry goods hotiae. ofthi-elty
.STAPLE AM) FANCY DRY UOOlhS
OP KVKItr IlKSCItlPTION,
Hosiery, Notions, Boots, Shoes
And a compute aasortment generally.
Tlm tialrnnncn ef thn nnl.llo la hiTlteil
, tho pro
tirietnr uiiarriiiiteelni In aell anvlhlnir In Ills
vlielher Iiiy liood nr liroeerlea, cheap as
thev inn he Sought anywhere- In the city.
hi:hkmiii:k tiii: i'i.as.ki
Door tn the Corner of Poplar
nml MnetceiiHi Street.
The Grocery Establishment at
the Corner of Commercial Avenue
and Sixth Street will be main
tlancd as usual, one of tho best
stocked in tho cltv.
am. thaih: OV 1870.
A 5feiv Htoek o
BOOTS A SHOES
Gents' Furnishing Goods
TRUNKS, VALISES, FURS, Etc.
ill (;i.m:M:i.iii avknui:
(llolltiron S: We ll's OKI .Stantl)
Ititi. pl.t opened an uitire new elnek of I'ry
ii.Mi.i-, 10 1 Ii h hen.U ntlriillon. Hrerylhliig
I- Ire-ll, aen.oiiuble an. pi.tilniinMi ami will l
.el.lMt) luW Unlet l, rnrill.ll.
He h.i 11 full atuck of 111 II aeleeted
I'iiII ami Wlntt-r Drosi (.'ooUs. Whllf
('noils. Slniilo nml Faney Dry
And a iiilv of I'liilhiinr, IUl, l'ip, llooia,
M.oe. I'llrillalllllg I.Oiid", llo-li'ty, .Nlilim x, ele
llut will bo fiunnl jiiat wlut lin marl., t reipilre-,
iiii-I all at Hie tiiue.i prn e riiiing.
lin' pil' lie lareapei'itiiny milieu nieiii aieiei
ar.ilii" llmaliK-k, n the iiroprieinr lent 11 nreil
lln't n In-ttrr nti-led, moro l uaoaabh or ile.lra.
Id one ejiiiifit In. found in Iheeily. liters' aril
leu lm Ikcii marked il-mn l IIik I' we.t Iigiue,
iiim will l.i acid a cheap ua lie chenpe-l,
I S TIle allelltloii of Ladle la eaicc-
lully cnllrtl lu the lint l I'I'IIK, taiuuuaT
tie larueat nutl llurat lit lite tourkri.
'o Tronlilt lo Slittw t.'ooila..'
heii. j ia:n-
V-M A I i: .' I.OTIS I Mi.
( OR. l!TH ST, A-OHIO LEVEK.
Cutro - - - JH Hi no Eh
lift" Jiit 'n-eltr la i'iiII ! ml 1 oinpleieli.ek ol
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Of etrerv ile-eripllon, uhieh will l- -idd 111 price
II. ntwill iinl l.il tn inl all parch r. Perteci
Il.gll.ll.llll-'. Ilia all ul
Shirts, Hats, nps, etc.,
I.'nol i ieellcilfn liilit of price, alyleaml Hi tter.
, i.ilinlhMor nn) oihei market.
S'Al.i. ..u ni.i. iiii.
KAFsSLE YAM, '
ICY V t O.,
Ml'OHTEltS OF ITALIAN M.UUILK
ncois'ii iA.iri:. Ac
WAHiaiOOMS A.NH WOUK MIOP, I .NKK
TIIIIIO AM' T. A.N'.N KTItKF'IV.
yiuimiriits, Viiilll. Urate Slmi"., Mnlillea,
I'liiinb.iig, etc., eveciiled mill iiperinr utr'.
lujitaliip. at .i el pure..
1'iiifli-hi lieiliiail mid I icw let'e lug done
la 1 olwalatile
Marl In mill liraiii''. rig nt ny Ibe i.ei M'lilp-
IlllCallf i:illOUH, llll) illed.
AH irk guitriiiilccil,
rorileaigus, applj 10
CAKL I. TUONAN, Aucut,
Comer Kighllt Street and CoiumcicUl Avenue.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
DR. JOHN HULL'S COLUMN.
jrjB. JO!I BI I.IS
DR. JOHN BULL
MnuUctuirnil vender of lha
CURE OF J6UE AND RMER
a faCaaaO Baaa
Olxlllraa nnd Tovor,
'PIIK proprlclor of this celebrated me.llcina
X luatfy cliima for It a superiority orerallre
er ottered to the publlo for the .,
'it ni nanl rrra of Avu and Vt
or Chill an I Ferar, whether or short or Ion,
nl herar. whether nr anori or lonu
landinit. He relen lo th antlrn Wa.tern and
Southwratern country to bear him teaftinony to
111c iruiii 111 ton aaaernon, inni in no cajie
whnlarer will It fall tn euro. If lha direction! .ire
etrlctlr lollowed and tarried nut. In a ureal
many caaea a (ingle nose liaabeen iUlnclenl ror 1
cure, nad whole famlllea hare bern cured by a
slngln bottle, with n perfect restoration ol the
general health. It la, howarer, prudent, and in
erery caae mora rertaln to cure, if ila ue Ii con
tlnued in aitiulUr doaea for a week or two aflar Ilia
cllaeaao hat lieeii checked, more eapeclally in dl.
Moult ami long atanding caaea. Uaually. this
medicine will not require any aid lo keep Ine
toaela In good order) ahouU the patient, howet.
er, require a ralliartia medicine, aner linvihy
taken llirea nr fonr doaea or Ine lonir, a aiuale
don. nt Mlr Vesatakla raaallr I'lll
will Iw aumolent.
Hit. JOHN liULIVH Prtniialofflcat
NO. FIFTH, (freass HtrcvU)
IHAVb received many teatimoniala trom
proleaalonal and medical men, aa my almanac
and ntrlou publication have ahnwn, all of which
areueniilne. The following, from n highly edit
tulfil and popular physlcluii In Urorgia, I cer
tainly one olihe. mot aenalbln communication
I hit c ever received. Or. Clement knowaex.
aelly what he apeaka of, and hla teatimony de
aertea to be written III letlera of gold, litter
what the lHX'lor aaya of IluU'a Worm IIcm.
auianuw, aiar vhuuiit. ua., I
lir. Jotta Hull Dear Kin I hat receully
giveu your "Worm Oeatrayer" several trials,
aw ftud it wonderfully etticacloua. It has not
failed In a elngln instance to have lite wisiuxi-lor
elfect. I am doing a pratty large, county praotnd.
and have dal'.y uan for tome article of tho kldy
I am frea lo confeaa Jiat 1 know of no remewi
rei omniende.1 by lha ableet aulhontUa that la at
certain and rjievdylnlt erfects. On Ifiecontriiy
ther are uncertain in Iho extreme. Wjr obJ.-tiu
wriliugyou Is to Bud out uiwn what terma I ran
get the medicine directly from you. If I ran get
it ujion eaay terma, I aliall use a great deal of 11.
I am aware lint lha uaaol aucharticlea licontraiv
lo I lie lenehlnx and pracilro of a great majority
oflhe rirnUr line dlacardllig a remeity whlcliww
Know 10 ui aunicieni, aimiiiy uecauae wa mayi
Ignoiaulofit comliiuallon. For ray prt, 1 shall
mako II a rule 10 me all and every meui to a.
tevlato auttortng hurnanlly wr. ?h 1 may ba abl
to coinniand not neaitaiiug secauta soma one
more Ingenioiu than my atlf have learned ll
etfrcla Itrat, and aetured the aole right to aecuie
t!it knowledcs. Howaver. I am bv no meana au
ad voeale or aupporter of Hi ttioiuaod of worlhliaa
uo.irtime int noon in county, tnai urpiri w
ine all maunar ol tliaaaae to which la heir
Pleaao rt-plr soon, and luforni me of your tt
Irrma, lam, air, very reanectfully,
JUL.U a I'. U1.HJJT, si. It,
llvml the C'uptulii'a Letter nnd
tho Letter from hi Mother :
llenton llarraoks, Mo., April K, IMt,
Kit, JOHN UUI.Ie-Hearbiri Knowing lha eth.
Ciency ol your furaparilM, ami mn naaiing auo
tent licial iiuaUliea it poaaeaaea, 1 aeon you in.
follulns alnlemenl of luyca)
I wa wounded about two year ago Wa taken
pin-oiierniiilointinml for alxlfrn luontha. lleiug
fUOVfil au Ulim, in .vii...i.i.iwnt'wv. ru
I havonnl t upainomenl since 1 wa wounded.
I nut .Ii"! through Die hip. 3iy general lieallt
it Impaired, and need aumellnn lo lalat ua
lure. I have mora faith lu your tiatiutparilla than
tn anv thing rlae. I wlal. that tlutt I gaaulnu.
l'ltn.'i- eserra 111 a half uouv ImiIU, and
oblUe CAIT. V. V. JOll.NSO.N,
Ol. lOUl. MO.
p. K. Thelollowing waa writtaii April so, lac,
bi Wl. Jetiul Jchuaou, UlOthir of
Mt, JOHN liUI.lr-laearSin MynutUud, Ir
h, Joliutuu. wa a tklllful aurguon and ptiyaic
n ir Ci-ulral New York. liar u ha died. Kavloji
the aliva C. P. Johutoa lu my rare. At llilltecu
year of age, ho had a chronic diarrhea ami
ai-rofulu, fur which I gave him yourbar.priil.
IT ut.ur.ii iiimi 1 nave lur ten jria iwmi
mended it to many In New Turk, Ohio and Iowa,
mr teroiuia, tover aorca, aim j,rM-i.
Perfect auccea lia allendeil 11. i'i far"
Mai tatu KryJuU a focr ..
.trar.l. 1 am veryuxiu or ray aub to again
havo rceoitrae loyuurNoaaiiarill. He la f.arful
of gettiug a atiUfii.ua arllele, hcuce hi williuii lo
y ou for It. Il' wounda were terrible, but I U
,.,r lie III r -,-r -'ft JQH
Arkansas Heard From.
TeNtlusoay of Bfcdleiu Men
ritonr Point White Co.. Ark. Slav 23. 'W.
Jir. Jon BriL Iiear bin Laat February I wa
nt Lotiiavilla purchasing diuga.and Ig
lui avilla nurrhasinir diuna. and I mil
of your naraap
lily min-lo-faw, who wa with me In the atore
vour raraaiiaritia ana Leitroa ititu-r.
haa been down with the rlieumaliam for a.mie
time, commenced on the Hitter, and aoou found
lit general iieaiui improve. 1,
lr. tnai. who iih tH-en 10 i- .ir 1..
them, and he alao improved.
Or Cotlce, who ha len in bad health for av.
era! yeura .uuk t'J hrtr arl led he ImiiroTv-l
very much by the tiae of your liilter, Indted
tho Cedton lliilt-r ba. given you great popularity
lttthialtleinenl. I Hunk 1 could aell a rre
iitnnlity of your nn-Jleina thl fill eapeeially the
(V.lron lliltrra and trii.rilla. Bh.p im "
lf uilihla care ol ltlcketl A Neely.
C. H. Vi
DH. JOHN lll'IJ.Ht
Fifth Ktrt-et, Loula.
FsMiUle fcy RARCIsAY HMO