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BY JOHN H. OBERLY &
From tli Addreee of Democratic Conf rMtna
Let therf N MltaMMtoM aboat mlaor
mttUn i bs time loit i 4IumIob
or 4f4 eTeabij o mlfwtUUoB of
nrrw r pmcrlptlfe feella j no
xiicrltee of the cimse to araurr per.
soul BBibltioB or reaUnent.
UK. WI1XIAX U, A3rilKRM3r,
Of Jtfraon Count;.
FOR TATK TRKAaUHKR,
OH AIU.KM RIIKJLKT,
01 Haogamon Count.
rOK lUrERiBTEKUENT OF I'UIILIC INaTtC
Of Paorta Counlr.
TOR MKlTlNIUKr COUMISliioNIH, (L0NO
UKW. FKAXCIM T. IHRHMAN,
Of Cook Count;.
MR rENITKMTIARr COMHHIIONr.il, (lUORT
Of Adam County.
fOR COXOaKM XII1TU DIRTKICT,
COL. JOIIH . CUES, of While Ca.
FOR al.tATOM, llT MHTMtCT,
K. UIBftOW, of Uallatla Cottaty.
f HUMAN A.K. HOIXOXH,or L'uIkm ft
roB KtrBUMTATIVB 1T MtTBICT,
H. WATBOJf Will,
FOR MlkKII T,
ALKXAKDKIl II. IIIVI.V.
JOHJf II. UOISHAX.
Tux administration proposes to inter
fere in the coming creation in Now York
a city, and is preparing to concentrate
troopi for that purpose. A knowledge
of this fact ha made the K-oplu who
are to be intimidated ucrvoiw and reat
!cm, and the probalilitieri uro that a
bloody riot will be the result.
PHUtDKNTGraut and a majority of
bin cabinelhare been attending aud bet
ting on a horco race at one of the fuili
ionablo rctortrt in tho Hart. 1 1 is Kxccl
lency takus great interest in hnr.-e flc-h,
cigar and liquor, and very little in pub
lic atTairx. He in a groat political fraud,
a tool in the handt of designing poli
tician, aud given to au indulgence in
the porta and putiuicj of buintucru and
Tkk Chicago TriLunr and the Mia
sourt Duiocrat, Radical papers of great
influence and ability, have become
alarmed at the rapid tendency to cen
tralization in tho government. The
Democrat, with boldncits, denouucei
President Qraut for attempting to dic
tate tho domestic policy of Mi..ouri,
and the Tribune follows, but rather
timidly, in the footsteps of its St. Louis
These journals aro now ackuowledg.
iug that the warnings of the Democrats
were timely, aud if they should be unable-
to stop the avalanche- whiuh they
wcro instrumental iii unloosing, they
have only themselves to curse.
Peace negotiations, the telegraph as
serts, "are going on actively" betweeu the
belligerents in France. That they may
bo successful is the wish of altuiiht every
person in Christendom ; but that they
will we do not believe. King William
and Bismark, flushed with success, ang
ered, too, by tho necessity which com
pelled them to call Prussia to arms and
enter upon tho bloody work of war, aru
not likely to agree to any terms which
the French can honorably accept. And,
more, tho sudden birth of tho Republic,
its vitality and power, havo alarmed
them. It is a political ghost which
may shovo them from power if they do
not put it down, nnd, in all probability,
they will continue to assail it with a
storm of shot aud shell. That is short
sighted policy wo havo no doubt.
Sweeping from ono victory to another,
King William crushed tho power of tho
empire at Sedan, and compelled the man
against whom lie drew his sword to sur
render without conditions. This was
tho moment in which he might have
secured a peace which would havo re
flected upon him more houor than all
tho magnificent victories which havo
added exceeding lustro to fhe arms of
Prussia, Rut conscious strength seldom
ever reasons, and having destroyed the
Empire he is now apparently determined
to overthrow the Republic whieh has
arisen, liko a beautiful exhalation, from
iU ruins. That he will not succeed wo
dare not assert. In almost any cause
success eeoks the sido of the most pow
erful, and in Prussia we recognlw a
nation of indomitable heroes who hav
learned to not know any such word as
TRUUHLE IS THE V A III SET.
President Grant is unfortunate
more ways than one. Ho is particularly
unfortunate in regard to his cabinet,
He cannot obtain one that will "stick.1
Kveu the cohesive power of public
plunder can not hold it together. He
patches it one day and It falls to pieces
the next, .lust at this moment it is in
process of dissolution. .Secretary Cox
ha been notified to get out, because he
would not allow tho Radical politicians
to rob the clerks in his department by
afcbcssiiicut levied for the purpose of ce
curing the election of Radical to office
Akertnan also intends to retire on the
plea of ill health, aud Fish intends to
swim out of the dirtv puddle in whicl
he has floundered too lone already.
-Vow, if Giant could obtain an accom
plished horse-jockey to fill thu place of
Cox, a bar-tender, skilled in the mys
terics of mixed drinks, to step into Ak
crman m shoes, and a taro-uealer lor
ecretary of .State, he would be perfectly
happy, and the administration of the
(lod-aud-morality party would wag
aloug in a erfeetly satisfactory manner
THE RESULT OF TllF. LATE
The "virgin vote" of thu negroes of
Vnusylvania, Ohio aud Indiana was
polled at th: late elections, and almost
olidly fur the Radical ticket. Rut,
notwithstanding this fact, the Demo
crats came out of the conflict with fly.
og colors, and have gained advantages
which will be of inestimable value to
them iu the future.
Iti Ohio and Pennsylvania the Re
publican majorities will fall r-hort of
thu number of negro votes cast in thoso
States, a fact which conclusively proves
that the Radical party have loit as
much strength as they have 'gained by
forcing negro suffrage upon the coun
try. Aud in Indiana they have lost
more than they have gained. Thu
Democrats havo carried the State, ob
tained a majority of the Legislature and
made sure of a Democratic Senator as
the successor of Morton iu the Senate of
of the tVited State.
This result is extremely gratifying
to Democrats, aud it should arouse the
iartv iu Illinois to maku a determined
ffort to wiie out thu Radical majority
ou tue second Juestlay in ovemoer
next. A loni; pull, a strong pull, and
pull altogether, as they say at sea,
will secure this result,
(WW PALMER'S LATE SPEECH.
Radical stump speakers are pcculinr.
They have, for a long time, led tho peo
ple with partisan cries that appealed to
tho prejudices, and have not hesitated
to give utterance to falsehoods of the
most etupendous description. So very
successful has this policy been that they
ure yet pursuing it with greatudustry ;
and, consequently, whenever they ad-
rcss the cople, thoy "roll back the
crimson tide of war," apostrophise the
flag, denounce rebellion, nnd assert that
tho Radical party, iu its administration
of thu government, is both honest aud
economical. Thin i the speech which
Logan makes, and which is repeated by
his echo in this district, D. W. Muun.
But, occasionally, un honest Radical has
ie courago to speak the truth, and when
e does ho is voutpollod to endorse all
io charges of corruption aud extrava
gance laid at tho door of the Republi
can party by thu Democracy. This is
hat Governor Palmer did iu his speech
at Springfield ou Friday night last. He
admitted that the Radical administra
tion at Washington was extravagant,
aud attempted to excuse it on tho
ground that tho people had fallen into
extravagant habits, and that, as a con-
scqueucc, "extravagauce in tho govern
"incut is but a sign of the fact that the
"government is a representative of tho
"people." In other words, that
Grant's administration is extrav
agant because tho people it
represents aro extravagant. " The r
"2cnit$ of the government at jirfionf,"
ho said, "ure i6om (hirtf-tkrer jwr rest,
"more than ure ntemary; tlte tinny u
"too exjmuive, and the Federal Congress
"is one of the most extravagant Indies on
"the earth." But, then, why uot, Gov
ernor? Tho pcoplo spend thirty-three
per cent, more than thoy ought to, aud
are the most extravagant people on tho
earth. Should they uot be represented
by an administration and Congros who
are ai careless of the public money ae
they aro of the contents of their
purses? The argument is conclusive,
and should procuro for the Governor a
THAT MONEY, AND WIIAT IT
WAN USED FOR. ,
"These men arc anxious to know how
"I live on 88 1 a year," said Mr. Munn
iu his late speech iu this city. "I can
' tell them that I received more money
"for going to Washington City aud at
"tending to matters that John M.
"Crebs should have attcuded to, than
John H. Obcrly ever honestly earned
"in his life."
Mr. Munn, wheu he made use of this
language, know that ho was giving
utterance to a palpable falsehood.
How much money did Mr. Munn re
ceive from citizens of Cairo for the pur
Some time ago, when there wai dan
ger that the land grant in Arkanr-as, to
the Cairo aud Fulton road, would be
forfeited, if the time for thu construc
tion of a certain number of miles of
road could not be extended, several
citizens of Cairo requested Mr. Munn
to go to Washington and do what he
could to have the time extended. As
is his habit, he replied that he would
do so fur b consideration. The citiious
knowing that Mr. Munn had ren
dered serricos to railroads that had ob
tained for him free passes, and that he
could visit Washington cheaper than
any other man, then offered to pay his
exjienscs. He consulted Mr. Pope, aud
was told that ho should not work for
the wages offered. He was then offered
MOO. Mr. Pope told him he should
not go for less than 1500, and tho price
' cu i mat ngurc. rue money
was raised, aud Mr. Mtinn went on hii
winding way. When ho reached the
Capital, he found there won nothing for
littn tr Aa It. 1im 1. ,...!.... 1 .
v .v fi ki.u uuaiMi'fis un WfllCn no
was scut. He accordingly proceeded to
work for the removal of Col. Goaham
from the post office, aud expended about
$200 of his money whilo cngugnd at
ttiat work. Ho Anally re
turned home, after having done
nothing for thu railroad,-and with a
margin of profit amounting to 8250.
The bill extendini: the time in which io
uild the ftcified miles of road in
Arkansas psed Congress when Crebs,
Logau and Munn were all absent from
the capital. It went through on its
own merits. It the citizens who em.
ployed Mr. Munn had kept their mouey
n their pockeU Cairo would uot have
suffered, and a wounded soldier would
not havo been displaced to make room
for thu friends of the Cairo Radical
Parry t'aaaljr Um:
The RallftvilU and Southern Illinois
railroad ii now finished between Pinckney
villo and Du Quoin, and on Tuesday Istt
the editor of tho l'incknoyvillo llanntr
formud one of the first party gantleinen
that puiwd ovur tho road.
Tho Pincknay villo Maimer ay :
Wo hYu eiumlned mieelmiin tt
ttkuii from Juno' newly ojtcned luat't, and
wo unheilutingly prouounco it a good hi
tholeit. It ! flno. tuIIJ Mflil IYma tmm
dro, and will coko without dittlcultv.
Thin shuft i on tho lino of tho II. & S. 'l.
11. It. South of town, and tho coal ( a 7 foot
vein) reached nt h depth of 3flfet.
Tho County Court of Parry county has
loviwl u tax of thirty conts on every ono
hundred dollar worth of taxablo property
In tho county to provide mtani to pay for
the erection of a new
A calf thrco months old, that kiivei
pint of milk diily, Is to bo exhibited at the
Du 12 no in fnir.
Pulatkl CanBljr Itaata.
Tho prohibitionist of Pulatkl county
pave placed a candidato for Shorilf in the
field, in the person of Mr. George Minnicb,
a gentleman who, if elected, will make a
vory efficient officer.
A Dcmorcalia club hat boon organized
in Mound City with Kouieo Friganca as
president. Ono hundrod and ixty-two
voter signed the constitution on tho night
of the organization.
Cole lioron is evidently oppotod to cor
poral punishment in tho public school.
Tho following ovidenco of that fact we take
from the. U ound!city Journal of Satur
day: Cole Iioren wa arraigned for asssultlng
with whip O. K.Streeter, prineipal of the
city public school. Judge Schojror admin
istered to prisoner a sovere reprimand and
fined him $50. The prlaonor's pleading
anally induced tho Judgu to reduce tho
lino to $i beside costs. Boron' grievance
wm, that Streeter had chastised ono of hi
children in school, '
Melissa Cassatr Itessse.
Tho Watson brothers who were indict
ed for killing Mr. Kd. KeeUn, were ad
ILLINOIS, OCTOBER 18,
mitted to bail by Judgo Duff in tho turn of
Keal citato seems to be in activo de
mand iu Saline county, particularly along
the lino of tho Cairo and Vlnrnncj rail
road. Tka Itllaala Central.
Hie Kailroad Gazette say that tho
traffic on tho Illinois Central It now work
ing tho rolling stock pretty nearly up to
it utmost capacity. Kvurywhero on tho
company's line, from Cairo to Chicago
and from Centraliu to Sioux City, tho
cropsro enormous probably the heaviest
that wcro ever known; not that tho aver
ago per ncru it larger than in tho exlrn
ordinary productive tcn.on of 18C0, hut
that there l two or three, or more, tluici
nt much land under cultivation.
On the other hnnd, thn heavy griiiii'
crops in the south, especially in Kentucky
and Tennsssec, nro llkuly to limit some
what the duinsnd for corn from Illinois,
arid have an unfavorable effect on shipment
of that grain in Unit direction over till
road, Hut this decrease in tho demand
for eorn It likely to bo made up by thu
heavy demand for llour, provisions and
other products which trmy rentonnbly be
expected now that thu south I prosporout.
Upon the whole, tho romlng winter pro
miiei unusuallv well for the Illinois Cen
tral. A Kallrond Story.
Wo heard a good Mory un a certain rail
road the other day. Un this road thu
train was frequently delayed by cattlo
upon the track. This had happened tovo
ral times, hut Anally tho locomotive eritor
ed upon clear lulling, und fur tun to fif
teen milet thu train ruttlcd along at a
lively Jog. All of n sudden, however, tho
engine Began n lively blowing, mowing
that trouble hud come nuuln. At this, one
Individual, who had been watching tho
treot fly past the wlndnwi, and hud juit
portuaded himself into the bullet' that ho
ho was riding into glory at a rate of
leaguo at a breath, jumped up with sur-
firise, and ejaculated : 'Well I'll be cursed
f we hivn't caught up with thore darn
cattlo again !'
It Se well known Uiat tomo persons can
not distinguish colors. Tho most frequent
case probably is Inability to distinguish
red from green, at the color of tho cherry,
from that of thu leaves around it. TLlt'
peculiarity it one of tho mou difficult, iu
detect, on account of tho utter impossibil
ity of describing color. Nor nro such
case rare. Dr. Wilson, au KnglUh au
thority, flndi that ono per on In IB hut
omit delect of this kind, nnd ono In H'i con-,
founds red with green. Others mistako
red for yellow, yellow for grocn, pnlo
green for cloudy white, and bluo for black.
n 001S IX FOUUT1I
llu Inlnxiucetl (ntn his Kourlli Vrl Orocery
r .utilWimiTit a
KmrirwinK ttrtf article usually found In th reg
ular dry jooJ liousr.of Ihecltjr
STAl'LK AM) FANCY DUV (JOODS
OK EVERT DEJCniPTION,
Hosiery, Notions, Boots, Shoes
Aud aeonipltle assoruutat gtatrtllT,
The ptlroDta f Iht ublle I Invited, th pro
prietor(iiarrnteringlo aril anjrlhlnj lohlslin
wbelhtr Dry Uooda or Uroerku, at chMp a
IhfT ran be tou(tit anywhere In the city.
RKMBMilKR TIIK I'l.AC't'.t
Hoor to the Corner f INiphr
aud Nineteenth Street.
The Grocery Establishment at
tho Corner of Commercial Avenue
and Sixth Street will bo main
tianod as usual, ono of the best
jpiAi.i. Tit.im: or if7o"
A v M'k u
BOOTS 6c SHOES
Hats, Csixb, .
Gents' Furnishing Goods
T HUNKS, VALISES, FUHS, Etc.
(Hcllbron & WcH'0:a Sttttul)
Ha ju.t opened an entire
ntw nloek ef Dry
tMi. Ke rvililiiL'
flood, to w r ich he attention
I frenh. leaaonable and fnhlniiil.le and will be
IU haa a full alock c( Hell hiiucUd i .
Fall aad Winter Drew Wood.
tiootltj. Staple mid Func) Dry
Aud a .supply of flolhiust, Hit", Cap'. H"'t1
Bbpei, Kurnlnhing fjood', Hlry, Nollotm. t'U.',,
Ihtl wilibo foumUiut what tlie limrket reijulreii,
and all at the loit prue lulinf. ,
The pntllo U respectfully Invited to cull und
amine the, atoclt, u tho prnprlnor leeh mtured
that abetter eelecled, more neaioiiitble or d.ira
Ho one cannot bo found in Ihefltv. Kvrry mil,
lc haniifou lunrked doau lo Ilia loD.t iiguru,
and will baoli cheap u thcchrupenl.
MTlta attantlois of iAdle la e.pte
lally callatl to (ha Hue at t'VHH, amoutr
tbe largeat aud tjatat lu tba tuarkaf.
"Xe Trouble lo Nhaw OoodN.'
nfot the Hair.
For Restoring to
Phalon's "VitaTa" differ
utterly from aHrthe" dyea," m
" colorcrslnd " restorers
(?) in ise. It acts on a
totally duFerent principle. It
is limpidfragrant, and per
fectly innoctiHjs. precipitates
no muddy or flacisulent mat
ter, requires no slialung up,
and communicates noVain to
the skin or the lines. No
paper curtain is nectary to
conceal its turjjiv-apjit-arance,
for the simple reason thatVw
not turbyC It is, to all intents
and juosts, a nkw ijiscJverv
iti Toilet Chemistry.
I'lLVs 11 Vitaua" is
warranted' totVru1 drange1
IU AlIWl .11 IIIC 1IXH WUIIII1
io day after the' ft
tiou, rrim direouon;
cartiin Iv merveHAX
fl : f-
T IS AS C!HRAS'VAT.Et
i' ' ....
NO EDIM1"NT; j
Sold by awSDruggists.'
If your Hruggis -has not
' Vitali.t" on hand write, en
closing Si.ooJuid we will
forward it UlTnTetJintely.
Phau & Son,
Ji7 Broadwits: N. T
i k k. iu nt u s
THE DAVIS VEUTICAL FEED
The Completest, .Slmpleat and He
Cor, 8lli SL.& Washington Ave
'I'h .liu 1 f,ir th,, llAVU HKWlNti MAOIL
INK III lhe,Ml.intleHt.itc;here tliey r Ixtt
knnun. nnd uhern thev llouUlit all other. 1
greiitel than can U upplled.
Itiievur UlUiu auy kind nfHork. It i Hiuiplc,
eonetstltntof a few troiu prtt, and lit VHtliuaU
feed eim'.fe. It to run iiift eiui. and to turn cor.
ii r uithoui . li iniiHof ni loli or ten. nut.
tidhing und tlloro mtinufvturera prefer it-to
t oiii-r-, iiu.t tiiat it it.ui.i me tiling tor ruinur ,
e.ing i.ver.Mxi.l) wil I m-kiionli.iliie ufier I'lniii
,Vr.r' Under- li no -en'ral .!, und illtrereul
-Ijl'i f llui-li, mid lf-'eciully intlle nil Him
H 'III 1 1.
BEST SEWING MACHINE
M.UUUJ' lured t (j. llieni t .ill liefore pureliK'
Cull mill (ii'l u Circular.
jr yvv. n latu so imuuiiask
A Mtviiiir Machine
we wuVi.ii ui:r a
Nnl milely beciiiae It tool; Ihe hiuhcat pri' at the
.New KiikIhiiiI Kulr ht I'ioi jdrnve. lit Ihe .Vew
Vurk htiitu I'ulr, nud Maryland. Stale Fair, nor be.
t-atlMM Ihe Judue M tlie American Inxlitutu nay,
"Tin lulx'titr Ihnii any of iti cla.t known to
the jiulKix" not Ihexe, not nltnxethrr ! but le,
cnli-o ho like it beiil, ai ii uouian v ould kay. It
uorkH liko n chaiiu I ho can anything ho
plra.e with it i tho childreu ciui'l K''l H of
order nud II In put at tho III t ruftoiiaUe.
Scud tor circular.
A. M. WOOD, Atrettt,
f)U)n:iin ltiO (Toimuereial arenuo, t;ir o
Corrimerpial Hotej, t
Jos. Hit) iih, lruprlutur.
lliiMUjicluiuiiihod Him Hcll.knuMii t'ltiniiiercin)
Hold, id tho
Cor. (!tli .Street and Commert'lnl Avenue
With new fiirniluro nml lllUiik. thrniuhoul, Ihe
luopriclorbciitlcuriili) uttnnuiwe that Uieeatab
li.hincutis tioiv open for tlie cooiuioo,.itiou of
rcuul.ir Iwurilur or trniiii'iit no.t. The houie
Mill bo.kept in Kood tjc, and Die beat ornccora
tuodationaotreiod on rcusonntiloitiiii".
The H,. ,lteaUo- MtlmuUnt
Miioim t iMrnMUtuil
Factlltyr ; T ?
indorncd l,y teiy pli-elolan who has axaminecl
I hem, among whom am mo of the mott eminent
In Ihe pliv.M bflnir thf heat anil Autf.l. nu,l.
Tr.eta II ittora are prvparr'tl from the mM f nlnablo
rootit, bark ana rpnlx lnvwn to itf 'Ileal wfrnre,
and ara uoeaaall ntl uretenUtc and curn fix
FEVJBR ANt A UE
bj4 d' e..$rjhjJfrn 2'l:Ju'iai'an
HI. I'llln, Mo. July Iflll, I80.
Mfif. JAMK A. JACKSON' .t t) llarillc.
tnrn! Tha utiilrltfnad hiivlnir ranantle lina Ihn
opportually to teat th) value r thn rarioin com
pound known undrrtbo name of "Btomarh Hit
ler," wiahe to tompllmeot you upon the happy
comblaauon of remedial ajetitu whloh eontlituta
roar "Homa liiltem." If Don belne tint mada he.
qualated with th receipt of your praparallca, I
waa it one cf nt Inced that It ua wauld protn
highly baneflclal to all thoae who ataml Inntml ol
a iimuar anicie, ana mice i nave onerrraiK
ennei ra mr prltato praclito, 1 ean only rAom.
mend it a the best tonlo now offered to thn It-
lie, one whose Invigorating propcrtita will be of
enualidtantacalii the Inmllil. tneroBTalescant
and Mieweii. ciikrioke, m, ii ,
vn Fraaklia Aeuue,
Memi'blt. Tenn.. Seal. 12. 170,
It elve tne nleafiure to nd,l mine la Ihn tnanr
tnttlmonlal ahown mi Inmptrd lo (he worth or
tha "Home btomaeli tllller I hare lied lliem
and examined lae fortnula u( which they aro
eompoaed, and prbnouueo Uiejn thfl mmt itfr
abl Bitter and le.t nlotnachlu I have ever tried
and wniltd rernmmeDd'1hemtnoraer',nl0r In
mla.matlc rcaltine a an antl.parlo.lle. v
- Vt. tllUKR MerKTWKLL, lalo Irlilent of the
aiiMouri ieoiciui;oiieKe(tinic itaio
he timftitnibf,! the
n of thai'llonmlJit.
nmtnuia ror tn
,tera.V and rtodWfcomro,rd ol the mart valuable
vegelltble tiePkown to tli rjiarjMV
Tlie eoubinaUbn hVreganl. atMinlMivtne
piwoaa tjnfcuaaliire mich aa'tl derlwafro
ibetaffedteoteeleTull trenirtlLof their vWtl
imomm avnasiuaiaiure mien a in neriw trow
pratwraaa." iiniisiiier aayat
"Von may reftt to
,B). a; B.lortnjlie 'Home Ililla' aa a -Mild
anti.aartadlo uuiarta.tr f reiia-amiue in intaa.
mniio region. - I CJa
f r- -jv .' Willi! Juljr 7lh,T.
Maam. 1. A. JA0K8ON A hhO' aa rnea
atlnt'ue,l-ytiT" llatn Ulfcef,'.f en fte
rflectaaa oihaeayiaaailacd tbMBtMrenU u(ed
In their comtMaMtoaj- J am atttead that, aaale
.be.be! I have emitted, tit with pleaaurelhat
t recemmentHm to all peraoai'deairoun of Ink.
iroDiiueirenninmiagnoiatag- injarreav, ineynre
Inghlttare. JOHN T. TKMl'Iil., .M. In
Prof. Materia Jiedlca and ThcrUllc, llimcn-
patio Ullega of ,MIjurti J
Far ftala by all Kallaltla DrucgUta.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OI't'lCrXortiMveat far. Fnarla aad
ttlltr atrreta, HI. I.nul.
l'Mh AmcU orcr,
AHTHl'H H. MAHMI.T, I'ra.'t.
BKNJT. WII.LIAMM, Uec'y.
K. M. HAWKS A ORAY, US U Halie .Ireet,
Chicago, little Manager fur lllmoi..
0, l'.T(irrEI.,Cairo,HDec1.l Agent fi ....ith
Vteniltim paid taandcotlcllnniuadeby t,'. N,
Huibei, Caihler First Maltonnl llitnlt "
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Wood Cook Stove
imn 11117 i mrui iiu uiviu
WA It RANTED NOT TO CHACK.
Beerwart, Orth k Co,
ISCeruiaerctial Avt'tittr. '
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WIlTLIA.Wrt. SMITH, M. ,
KKBirENUK-! lt Thirteenth 'treet
between Waihlncbm Avenue and Walnut Street.
,Fr,ICK-J,u lUWejViatjAytjiie, uptlaira.
HlKNCK-Corner Ninth and Wtlant
UFrlO'E Comer blxlh lilreet and Ohio Larea
oKFlCK HOUHS-Krnm u a.m. lo Hi fit., and
( tr A It. in.
WAUD.XUU, M. l.,Calrt,
HMinENCK rorner of K neteoth .t..
ivuhlimtonave. UKFICE On OomtiU'rcialave.
over the I'oatollice. OKKIOK llOUIiS-Kromt
a,m. to lira,, (Hunday excepted), and from
fiAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
Kara CoUaetlott-otowlaaa'a Keeelatsi
Jttic Art, niAverle, etc., comprlilin'ralu
ie loformnion for nvery bdy. Sent l,y mullfre
A,u"",R.EiS0llMANDT, 601 Market .rlfeet,
Batehelor'a Hair Dye.
Tut tut ly hc otr-doe, not contain lead
no vllrlorpoUonii totirU..iL. ...
""""""" " vericctiy lurmlc" r.Mblo -nnUntaneous.
Avoid tho vuinted an dtlnnl.o
paratlon boaatjlmj Uluetthydonot pvssev
you would escape the d.uy,t. The genuine
vV. A.llfttcholor'ii Hair Djehu th,trty jean'rei'i
Utatiuu to uphold It Integrity. SoMhyTjiag
iitu. Applied at 10 Ilony lrout, .N. y.
J I .1. . .j... . ...
Of nearly one hundred reccipu for inaklni; brandy
til knd ol Wine, Olti, Ali; Hee r, Cordials, Pa
penoi Cider, pnd much other tuefill iiiformttlon
or lli,i-aleii)nt;ln ormanufncluringany pflliv
Uitn, iiilla'l far Ihn It ado or homouie.
' fy-iA by mall, frca of ponlate, lor) ceiiK. Ad,
ires.. It. E. .NnilMAMly, Ml .Market elrret,
.l.i.uu. Mo ee27Jdw
lr Ton Want
Material lo make a dollar bottle of the lt lllr
ReMturatlvv rr lowd lor rettorlnK gray hair t
r orii ltil v.lor, end ttcenti for.t package,
ir tou waut
Nice White Teeth, Healthy (;ntn,und a iee
reathaend for our TUItKl.ll HKSTRIFICK,
price, 35 ccntK.
ir tot' wi.it
i snr cure for Hcaliiclic, CAtarrh, Df-.ifii-., o
huitloif in the ear. end ror our HrKIt.NDTA.
Tttr. rtuM ceutt
aa-'EHher of the above rent pil-paid on re.
Jeipl nl nr'lce.
Addr Joaeph K. I.JChur, 431 Maria titreet,
ilt Louie. Mo, eerivilsa
C Ucttlaa M arrlad.
Eeay feryouiiR mont un Social Rvils nnd the
propriety or luirnp(iviy o(KCttlug imuried, with (
annlury hilp lor thoan who' feel untitled for mat-'
nmonul happlneaa. Sent free, in wphled cnvel.
Ol. Address Huvraril Ataoolatlon', llox V, I'liil
il-lljihla, !'. aeptlMtn
took to Tenr Chlldrca The Orcat
i ' NonthlnrMemetiy.
I MIW ' I Uurna Colic aad Urlplne
a-m7.i.'unHi I ui Ihe boweli. and farili-
r HVUUi" ''!. Hocea, of
i MRS I SnMnea Convul.loni
svniTi'iitrfi'tt' and OTereorneiall di.
ivtillP Jeaaaa, Incident Jo In
fanta and children,
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f.ilre Ilit!rh.a. riv.en
a'itm'iMii4 1 ery. "d nurancr Uut-
r iiiuvi' rP'alnl (ii uhldren of
ItU'lheRreat Infant' and Children's Soothln.
Remedy In alldlaordera hroiiht on by terthlntf,
It any other eattae. tiai l
Prepare,! by th OKA KTON MKDIl.'INK- CO.,
itoi'i iy itruKl'M and deaien In me.llclna
The ltUicrlalialtle Perfume.
' Aaa rule, tho pcrfuinea now in uc lae utpcr
auiuanuy. An hour or twit after their uac.theie la
u trace nl twrfumo left. HowUitUrcnt Istho re
ult tucccoding the uie of Murry and tanmtn'i
riorlda Water. Vf aXlet Ua application Ihe
bandkerchlel exhalea a tnuit delightful, dcllcal
end ajjrecsUe (rajrance. m.ulJooilly
A Book ror the Million.
IjlUILItla ried, or tho
tuont to marry, cn thn physiological myttenc
tnd revelatlena of the aexual yitem; llh the
lateat dicovtria In prcxtitcInK and prerenlln;
otl.pring, how to preaerve the complexion, etc.
Thi l an interesting work of two hundred
nd twenty-four pae, with numerou engra
ving, and contain valnable Information for thoaa
alio are m.trned or oooleroplute marriage, lill it
la a book thit ought to be kept under lock and
key, and not laid utrotealy about ih liouao.
5ut to auy ono (free of pottage) for Klfly cent.
. Addrea fir, llutta, Diapenaary, , o. Ut.Notlli
Kkhtli alreet'. Ft. Loilla, Mo.
aTNOTICR TO THE AFFMCTHD A.NO UN
yuXTUN ATK.-aa Haforo applying to ihe no
toriou Ouita wliodvartiaain nnblio oiH'rt. or
Kaing any tintik trmiUtu, peritae I'r. Hutu' work,
30 matter wfurt yollr diaeaae la, or how deplorable
IT. i)ult xan be consulted, peraonally or by
mail, ou tlie ill. eue. mentioned In liln woika.
Office; flu, 1 North Eighth atreet, t'etween Mar
ket aud Che. nut, sir Lout Mi). z71vdw
(ICDI.IHTS AM) OPTICIANS.
IA.sr, AM ;miiht.
Tin: lu.ixsiNuNo' i,Kii'Mri'Niuxri
i'hri, i ni llimn au talunble ru I'ctf.ctriitiht.
4ii. IVrfu I siuht call only nbtained ty iiing
I'EKKr.tTT SPECTAOI.KS I The illltletilly of 'rC
vurimt which n well known.
XeVsrn. LAZAWJS MoRUIS,
5lniifWinrer of th Celebrated
aving. alleryeara ol Etporieuce, Kxponiueiit
andilieerecllouofcoallyinaclilnery, leu nh
edte projuce that (inmilltderiHiuu,
u-h.i luive lie n acid mtti unlimited mtialatnio.
to the eiirer in Miiohua-(la, lihwle I.huid, Conn
PKlu-ut, .Now dlwiip.luro, Vermont, Miuiio, New
Vork,NcwJcry, PeonsylvaoU. Ohip,llchlKn,
U'licooiln, llllugl. Mloueaott,' Kansas, Mla.ourl.
Iowa, ana all ijm jirui.ii i-roviucea, iinring mo
'aitaixtcen jcara, Thoae celebrated IVrtected
JNevpr "XroithQ Uyo
ADdla many year without eliange; Meaara
iurua a eiorri tiavn appointed
OJll O'xsir ial.lrilol
American und Forelsrn Matclies,
Fine Jewelry. lusmomK Jolld rtilwr, Plated
Wkrej also MnufMf lurcr of Jewelry aret Dia.
Io, 83 Ohio Levoo
Bole Aceula for thla place, from whom onlr e
they bS obtained? Nl) I'EDDLKKrt KMl'I.UTEH
Manufacturing Optlclana, Hartlord.Conn,