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BY JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.
CAffiO, ILLINOIS, OCTOBER 25, 1870.
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Kroui t)i Addrsss of iJeinooralln Congressman
Lot there a noilltsailoa about lalaor
atttrs t no time loet In dlicassloa
ofsleas treats, a aualfeaUtloa of
aarrew or protcrlptir frellat ao
sacrllc ef the caun to (ratify per
soaal ambltloa or reif ataieat.
tOU COSIlBKaS STATAT-l.ARtl,
JBB. KILI.LUL,B. AXBBBaBX,
. j . reo Couslt,
01 Sangamon County.
TUB lUraKINTKNOKKT Of CI'IIMC I.NSTUC
TI05, CHAHbea mxHK,
Of l'orla CiMinly.
rca pcviTK.Mi,nr coHwimttutfta, (t.oxn
UK.K. FRANCIS) T. NIIEHMAX,
0 Cook County.
roa rBMITKNTUKY COMUIlNIO.VKK, (SUOHT
4 ' Of Admit Cminljr.
roa coNuaaM ziiith nurraicT,
VOL. JOUB H. CHBBSJ, t Wtslla Ca
roa AKaAToaA, 1st blaTaiCT,
a. K. OjBBBB, mt Uallalla Cm-Sy.
riieBAa a.b. uoixxa.ruMi
oa airaiKK.vTA.TivK lrr mstbujt
H. WATMIH WIHI,
ALBXA-DRR h. iryi.
liiKcllKk'rt theory about "htll"ii .aid
to bo auiaiing!)- cowforting to Munn
UiuiHiia Francis Tmin has joined
the I reneli army. AMio can rcfu.se to
aympatliixe v!th France now?
Munn, tho LegiMlutor.
SUSPICIOUS OPPOSITION TO A
St tUlrCeaatf Aapllea fcr a ferry
L'aarter-Tae WlraiM Pmr Ceai
aay Oafaeathe Aaplkatlea-Xaaa
the Meaihaieee'ef that CaBaaay
What ClUwa of St. Ctela Caaatjr
talaM Aneat the Matter.
A lliidkal puK.r in Georgia hoist
the name of Anion T. Ackcnnan, u
"bloody handed rebel," in connection
with the vice-presidency iu 1872. The
New Orleans Ilrjuibilcttn declares for
Lotigiitreut, nnd the Worcester, Massa
chusetts, Inquirer for Fred. Douglusa.
A .-callawag or a negro one or the
other the Hndical party has determined
upon. As t red. Douglass maintains a
Kttlo hclf rcHpcct, thu choice will prob.
ably bo limited to the scallawags. Senator Munn la a gentleman whose
m , . .- , mo partial friend ill not deny to
Tim Chicago VWaaya that the recent Wm lhu - ... '
UeroocrMic gaiim amount to nothing. lVlli0UM nf i,,lB, n WkSli
i .1 l u. - .1 I - ..v
ir " - -'. me uun ouw oi ine unto ki ijo-nej tU'1iAitr-:hrilu
t .. IT I I. - "O "
irom na.ucni ciminii ; w wcqre n ma- tlatw v rtue .Wlnne.l Inin rnnnm.Urf
Jority in thu popular vote iu the second rruitiun. and ll .nnr,. r,r-,M! rnr
ouiiu, mill io eiicci a nui gam oi mx the cotiHideration of the acuatora wai
ooiigKMiucii, amount to "nothing," thu fied by our member bv the touohntoni.
II ..!.. ... . p .1.. !ll! . I . 1 . . ...
ium.n;nmo jinny in jieriucuy wining io oi heii-mterest, nn uicrtion so palpably
buttle for "nothing" all the days of it true that no proof is necessary to con.
vinco even the only casual obMrrer of
K haw jut hail I'riMiu Itefurui
CourK44. Tlie Louinrillo Cnrirr
Juwrtutl says that a greater need i a
prinon to refurm Congre...
f I ... m ri I
i iie imqiui j ji i.ook county nv
nominated J. H. Faracll fur CougrcM.
Ilia principal competitor before the con
Tcutioo was Mr. Medill, of tho Chicago
I) AH Mtr.VN is dirtcouruged. Tho
country people wont "turn out to hear
that same old speech" of his. A num
ber of his appointment were mot dis
"Til r llepublicann have carried South
Carolina by a majority of :H),(NM." So
nay a lUdical exchange, in a veiti of
very povitive uiultation. To ''take the
wind out of that nail" it in only net-en-oary
to remark that the Democrats had
no ticket In the field.
TlIK reason thut Colonel Crebi doniol
lulled Dau Munn iu the recent joint de
bate is found in tho fact that ho con
Gied hiuiHclf to thu only thing that
Dan wa.1 uot prepared to meet the
truth. In thu joint diieusious yet to
come off the Colonel will maintain the
TlIK ' prfitoMOf the ' ;titry
affect grea nation over the :ed
fact that a few invalid noldierx in tho
Dayton, Ohio, ho.4pit.nl, were not iier
mil d to vote. Uiifortunately for
thou iudigiKiut gentlemen, tho Kudical
Supreme Court of Ohio, hat decided
that these iuvulid noldierx, having only
a Uwporary .oidonw in tho Htuto, luvo
uo right to vote.
The Chicago papern complain that
all tho scraggy, slub-Mdcd, Htump
tailod and antiquated beef cattle that
caiiuot bo Hold in other markets, are
shipped to Chicago, butchered and hold
to couiuBiew in quantities to Hull at a
profit of from 71 to KSO per cent. , If
we accept this btatumuut us a fact, wo
are still disponed to insist thut her beef
is much moro respccttble than hor
It has ioakod Jout that thu lladical
Ring of Cairo propose to colouixo two
or throe hundred Kentucky and Mix
sonri negroes in the river counties of
this congressional distriot to vote for
Dau Munn. Wo have given' timely
warning of the proposed outrage, and
feel assured that the Democracy will
take measures to prevent its consumma
tion. A, .Democratic Kontuoky ncgio
who was approached by ono of tho iu
utrument of the clique, informed us
yesterday, that the iuduceuieut offered
it a dollar a day and all eipense. Out
upon such infatuy.
legislative proceedings. This peculiar
ity of " our member " was particalarly
observable in his conduct in reference
to thu ferry charter sought to be. obtained
Tin: pension expenditures of thu
I'nitod Stwles government wero roduced
lat year over six hundred ' thousand
dollars, inainlv owinif to encrL'dio in
stigations of fraud. In hunting np 8t; t'1ir county, authorising the
several instances of tiresuiued i. rtalitv wnnent ol a ferry across the
among tho colored troor-i who fought Mississippi at St. Louis.
so nobly, it was found that the pension Wiggin's ferry company kavo
uns still drawn by heirs us a blessed for u 'iw "d exclusive ferry
heritage long after its original possessor privileges, and have become immense'
hud gone where thu woodbine tninuth. wcaluiy i "''i no mn, not a friend
bill ordered to lie on tho lahle. Tliui it
will be seen that nt the very'beglnnln of
wioicMion, a tno nimiDcr oi tun mil in-
d lent oi, Munn had received what? nnd
ohpoisd the bill. Tile House bill. No. 880.
wai a similar bill, whloh pasiod the Houre
ty a urgn inajoriiy, but, wnen it reached
lhu Senalo, reeeivod from Munn the Mime'
opnoillion, and only after a long struggle,
did iti frionds snccecd inpsninrtbe mine.
"Amendments" offered by Munn wero
voted down; Senate Journal, pago 17".
Un page 2U5 will bo found Munn'i vote
Mr. Munn's conduct not only towards
this county but towards various other bills
should satisfy every honest man thst ho Is
not a man fit to represent any people either
In the Legislature or OonereM.
COMMERCE IN MAM 91" LESS BONES
AND COLD BLOOD.
Miaa woaM Hack art Cane the Pnn
pw htU tt "Mi Hele-eeTlio
.'Hy or the Father, the Mot In r or
Cklls who MUfertane may have
Charl t the Car or Charity, he
weaM Sahalt U the aMsseetltf Knife
The Flesh and BessM and Sinews or
the Peer he weald jIW, Pellon on
Oaaa hat SargMai may Learn "how
Wanderta'ly we ire Ma4e.
shrink from coriMreR'c'iihU bones and
cold blood of deiiil'pnnerW' 1
Hood sung the song1' lfr!rlib'"Tridg6
of bighs, nnd told tho storx. ,.oft.,te.l
rashly importuimlo gonu lo'mK.iJeiillu
.invoking the hard world to '
"Tnko hr up ton.lcrly. v"1 t
T-c.it lier with cure, ''
Kuli. uno.1 o t.'nJrl'l
Young, ud to Uir."
Tho poet was not u inumber of tho
lladical party of Southern Illinois, and
hnd not learned of Senator Munn, who
wou'd havu rebuked thu pathetic appeal,
and, ufur oxainiuing the unforttm'alu
woman's purpc, nnd finding her povcrt'
tho disscciing knife 1 And what wmtl
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mntrmmiiKWr'Ui'UO.A'.' MiniM li.KjiUi
K. ! sAhM'APftVrl-So'i 'if aiMK'aftit n;'
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v vr m m w v a a i if ii vj i rs i
rilO nCHt Tonic Ntltuul-nt
a-nwii tome ncuicBl
thi'iii,iiioni whom roomeof thu mocit emlnnl
..- ifvil-; u . iu. ,l.vr . 'uiiuifu an . (irinniTa ,
w.i a' n.wHn'.'iivfr i..;-viu.t,Ji!rv:im
nun to qprroid 'l mvgHtn' a,i,f lt-ifi!!'"!
In lh rliy, aa Iwlnir Iho lt anil mirit inuii I I
Hllttr ntr nrrprpd from tho mo.l thIiuM. I Of hearly on. humln
Tub Leveo luminary says that Col.
trehs uoted against the hnfurccmcut
bill which uiined in iroteet nil voters
from violence and intimidation. We
monopolies, or else susceptible to the
influence that company's money wields
on every occasion when thoir Interests
are attacked, would hesitate to create
opposition to iu monopoly. During tho
t.L... :. f... .i... .i.- . . r . -r-v'
.i Kruii.-u umi i lie cuiior OI I ImbI scss nn of thn nmi.M -.nkl..
I... I :.. .i .i... i....
...v .u...,.,.. KKT n.i u.e law, ami at. ij a . aoilirht In nhtmlm
d(s not, therefore, know anything onnosilion charter, anrf mt !.-
I . , , I 1 " IIIV
aooui ii. u applies to jiersoim cntran- most violent
chuvd by thu r lAceulh aiueudiiHsiit, aod
opposition from Senator
"''J Munn. who was thu miecixl of hn Wi.
. . I ' - I " -
un uUwr ana il Lol. LfubA IiaJ nut . u'-Ii. h.l b
i sasa luiriiuimiiPLJi. wvsiii sii i issm istiti.
voted againit thu abomination he would
...... t .i it .. .
noi now iu inu iscmocraiic nominee lor
Congrcsit Takuu as a wholu the law in
the most odious one on the piatulo
Kioks, ami a disgracu to our civiliia
i.mias . si) vita nurs .V hluk.
The Soldiers' Frit ml says that "Lo
gan and Furnsworlh arc iliiiapgues
'of the niiMt jKJsitivc stripe, and will
bring disgrace ujon tho ltcpublicau
party if allowed to longer act us the
'aiders and abettors of unprincipled
pension agents and gamblers in tho
life-blood of the nation."
Ventilluting Logan's Congressional
reconl the Friend further says:
Loiran bn-elv botrnved thu soldiers who
fought by hi ide, nnd there tnnJi thu ru-
:nril lie cnnniil wipo out II lie would. We
Ufy any iiihii lo prove by thu record that
IiKnn whi not fnlm to thu prumlies luaue
br hi tn . He '.'live his innueiicu to ixriwit-
tinte the hellii i cnIon ag.ney ytem,by
which iientloiiers aru coruiif lii-j to no hun
dreds of mill's for their pension, or wait,
thr', four, or tivu weeks for It by mail.
Uo woruml scalnit tun bill Tor Vayini;
pension by postniMlers in each county
and esvu lil intlue'ico for thu bill to placo
iiarly $300,000 extra feei in thu pockets
of pension agents. Ho pocketed the bill
to c,iru bounty io me soiuisrs oncuareu
for diciiv, and thus killed It. lie pock
uleil the bill to give tho remaining Imtalt
in nits of bounty i'.uo tho men discharged
fur promotion, und thus klllrd that bill;
Thu bill designating iKistmastcrs as
gents for the paymeutof pensions was
originated nndadvocatad by Col. Crubs,
sol-'!e Tiul a soldier's friend.
COM ISO AROUND.
Although u Krulicul sheet, tho l'inck
cyvlllo Manner find it h d'.tllcult mutter
to resist thttlmpultu to Jbu honest. Can
vasiiii; tho result of tho recent elietlons,
it says i
It unndars that Mr. J Morrull of Pen-
svlvunls. Hie man who votoJln thu IIouiu
or lteprt'Sentatives to glvu to hluuelf and
two otner persons a monopoly in supply-
ng noenier steel nil's to tills country
nts boon defeated in his alteinotcd reelect
ion to Coiigru by l'J5 insjority. Thus
inu iio is conipieiC Mcneucw, .vorrun
McCarthy nil coino touriofut lhu bunds of
the people slnuo thu famous st ylu o
last session ove- Schenek's bill rroll s
steel mils, and McCarthy's unit pans.
Thu fashion in 1'untylvnnia, when a can
didate Is defeated by only 125 majority is
to contest tho election, and get tho other
follow t.irown out upon party k rounds.
Wo supposo that Mr Morrell will follow
tho safe precedent set in tho Covodo case.
Whcthw Congress will follow it is another
Commissioner Av'olls having taxed
everything tangible and intiangiblo that
could possibly bo conceived of who passes
his days in studying and hi nights in
dreaming of new revenue has at last
turned his eyes upon "drinks." We can
readily anticpatu what is to follow. Yiiu
can t drink without i license and a stamp.
Iu all cases of evasion sn official stomach
pump will bo used.
Tiia Illinois Central railroad, now aUo-
tUHUUII l.tVT) III1I4V4 sir IBila..l tn
w t : In Illinois, 705 miles, that is from
U.icsgo to Cairo, 3W mil, and from Dun
1)1. to Centralis, 310 miles; In low,, 401
miles, that is trom Dubumiu to su,. Vv...
325 miles, and from Vaterloo to Moni,
75J miles, A road, under tho uusplcoa of
thu Illinois Centiul, Is now in twur.o ii
construction from Sioux City, to which wil
striko the Union Pacific at Fremont, adli
tance of 64 miles west of Omaha.
ence he resisted tho application of the
jicople of St. Clair for a ferry charter.
and was defeated only after u moot des-jwr-jtu
legislative conflict. What was
his motive in thus combating the inter-
w wi' wr in. imu OIUIC M
do not pretend to say that he received a
price for hi labors from the Wiggins'
comjiany, and cannot make Pone
nnd Liuegar, who were in the
lobby, witiiese against him, since
it would Ik unfair to ask them
to "unfold a tale" which might incul
pate thetelves. We do say, however,
that his conduct in reference to thin bill
created considerable suspicion in St.
Clair county, aud that the Itepublican
office holders of that connty'denounce
him in unmeasured tfrrms, and use lao
gungu which is not complimentary, aud
reflects um his legislative integrity.
Our attention was called to this sub
ject by the following communication
from a citixen of Belleville:
. t .. . . Dllelllr, Orl. , ST0.
Ml. JuhuH. OU llY.
DeahSih: The obloct of this letter Is
to betu-r acnualnt vour doodIh with thu
character of one D. "V. Munn and his cull.
duet during the last session of tho legls-
The County Court of this couitv iSt.
Clair) had before the General Assembly
quite a number of bills of ereat imnurt.
anco to the county and the people. Among
tho rest was n bill for a ferry across tbo
MlstlislppI river opposite St. Louis, in up.
position to the old Wiggins Fsrry Com
pany. A'rry Republican Sautter uta$
itronyfor the bill exeei' Mvnn. II fought
ii iniiii inoiisy u was iirst orrered until it
was carried over his corrupt head.
The bill wai linl introduced intu the
Senate: toat reerred to the Cummiltet of
xehich Munn teas chairman, and from some
aior ofAsr, which, verhapt, Mr. Munn
could explain, tkt bill diiappeartd and
co ii (il not ot fauna.
Tho WitrsrinrFerrv Comnanv. a eornor.
atlon that hat grown immensoly woalthy
by its monopoly, was ou hand with Its
agents and strikers, with purses well tilled
with "greenbacks," which citizens ef
.St. Clair county that visited tho Legislature
during that session, bellavo accounts for
thu over seaious manner in which Munn
worked for the monopoly, owned ontlroly
by residents of Missouri, against the peo
ple of hi own State a county, too, that
was overwhelmingly in favor of his ilda
of politics, while those of tho other side
wero looked upon, during tbo war, as
Southern sympathisers. Yet against the
appials of our County Judge, his Asso
ciates, and, in fact, e vory county offleer, at
a solid unity of her people, Munn oppose
her interests and labored day and nlch
for the enemy." Now, if something !
than a doslre to serve the interests of tbo
people was net st the bottom of It, in
Mod's name what was 7 As I have said.
every Republican Senator was for the bill
but him. Thu neenlo of fit. Clair county;
judge him by his conduct and nets' during
tno last soiston'oribo Lieglslato and look
upon nun as a man not to ne trusted.
If any doubt tbo truth: of what I havo
here statod, I would refer them to Hon. P.
II. felpor, County Judgo. Wm. krairt,
Associate, Kd. Kuts. County Assessor and
Treasurer, B. Wetck, Qounty Clerk He
publicans; and to ChSrles Kmmerieh, A
socluto Judge Democrat.
Ilv referonco to Senate Journal, pace
t!72, it will bo seen, that Mr- Munn, from
tbo C'ommlttoo ou Hanks and Corporations,
to which was referred tjonste bill No. 108,
for "An act Io authorise St. Clair county
to establish a Ferry across tho Mississippi
river," reported the same back and recom-
monuou it fay on Ms ra(. rne report or
tho committee was concurred in and the
MTKWA.a. One of a family of il:Killr'l,
carnlfrrout, s;rTrotibiag nntlriipK), har.
las rough tonfisfa Jtrsst tixl enolttl nioUr
tMtb, projNUDK J. aJ lonjf n, uniting
th foroellT of th. fixer with the stupidity
of th a.
In the seitato of tho State of Illinois
Senator Munn made an elaborate speech
in favor of a bill which should luvo
been entitled: "An act to punish poverty
'Vth the dissecting knife," or, "An act
"to prevent tho uufortunato poor from
"obtaining Christian burial, and to
"utilize tiio'r dead bodies." This ru
murkable bill, in the advocacy of which
our fouator spoke with much energy I
and funereal elouenco, proi'ded that,
f any of the miserable sons of Adam,
guilty of thu heiiious double crimo of
extreme poverty an frieavlliuess.
should die iu either of the counties of
should remain unclaimed by ft leads or
relatives, that it should bo delivered to
the surgeon for dis.wth.ii.
We denounce this mcnstiro ns repu,
uiiut to the citiliza ion of the age, and
Senator Munn and its other advocates
as hyenas in the guio of humanity
men with all the lnaiioiiie character
istics of those pirates of ihu guve.
Ijet us look for a moment ut thu op
erations of the law.
Out of money, weary and sick, an
unfortuuite man, or, worse still, a
woman aye, even mi outcast child,
lies down iu Illinois, the laud of thu
stranger, und dies! What shall wo do
with that friendless clay, Christian
neighbor? Shall we refuse to it decent
burial, such burial as tho .thonyhtfu!
master gives to the carcas of his dead
dog? Shall we not take that body up
tenderly, und with an invocation to (lod
for rest fir tho soul gone hence forever
lay it away in its final rutting placo?
The only crime of the deceased was
poverty, and shall that crime iw
many are RU'lty oT it ! rob the body
of the right, uccorded to the clay of the
To sleep t icMh Ilia iltiwr sou, l
Thut uses thu un.h'n.i mid t,i iin.i-,
Or Hiir Itiu Iriovlin; Imnlct ilrnin
The chalice- of the snip nf limit"
Thu answer of Senator M
tnese inquiries souuus like io iinii.cu
bablo cry of thu giac-robbing hyena:
"Christian burial," ho says, V- ' y
"shall not have. Wnat righ no
"deceased to die poor und friendless?
"llaud tho body over to tho surgeon,
"aud let tho dicutiug kn'l'u cut nnd
"slash tho clay of tbo unfortunate
"H.Ctch ii'iiil his mo her would not
"know him." "What! Senator Munn,
"would you mur tho body of this pauper
"child?" "Why not? It bus no
"friends who vote, wh!to or black, and
"the .oauso of science cau be advanced
"by having tholo ." agile limbs sundered,
"tho little heart cut out, und its fair
"proportions marred by tho surgeon's
"knife." "Look hero, Senator,, ut this
he have done vw'th ponniloss little Null,
over vheso death and burial ayo
burial, Senator iMtiuu, ulthougli penni
less us pictured by Dickens, tears have
betiii shed from millions of eyes ? Woul
no b ,i I 'i he k a'- iu n nuict mtt.?
Is oil help him, not Uo would have had
her body sacrificed on the altar of mcd
ical science wculd have, had her body
slashed by the surgoon'n knife. So
poot who sings thu song of tho poor
who die fricndlcs, must come near
Senotor Munn. Thu pathos of thuir
rhymes would bo marred by tho noise
made by his dissecting kuifo being
whetted for use upon tho next pauper
Good people of Southern Illinois,
aro you very proud of this leaf from
the record of your senator, the" llndicnt
candidate for Congress? Do you en
dorse his war the only war ho over
brnvoly1 waged upon tho dead bodfes
of penniless men, women nnd children
the war of the liycnnl .
r t ,w; i i ;
SiJvdon for the Hair
MU Iitlls, Mo. July lSUi, H70.
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j imu. iilii.iio hi miMfl wtiont.n'l In ni'l oil M. Whlu Tik ,iui,u,n . ,
a .ImlUr artlclf, and .loco I lw? obwrnl Us I ' . ,fc,'8lli')sIsSN Oil
facets himv prlal. praclic. I ran onltoom. I '"Hi send for our TUKKI3II IiKNTKirii'U.. .
mond It as th. I.t tonic now r.ffer.d to th. nub- I Price. U cot.. .-Alf.il
.iv, i iwwn . iinTiuoruiDK proD.rties wul be or
ItktWill. " t 1 1 O.dEtUL'KE.M.
Slasaphls, Tena., H.t. 1S.1S70.
i l l" me pl.amre tnaJ.lmln. totha many
'itlmonUI niHiwn tn. In rrg.M to th.wotlhot
Ihn "Iliiin. Htotaaob llltlcri.,r 1 ItaieuswlOfm
it formula or wltiehvthfry ar.
rvl rxaimn. I
Pdnipo.rii, n.l prnnounc. Hum tho moat asrr-
abl.ll Itll-r. A0.1.ti.L Mtfitn.nl.U I 1..
a'l wouhl rifntutucnil th.m mora pcI1It la
niUrnatiorcnlnnin anil-twrlollti n, I.i
JOS. H liT.NCH, M. D
Ilr. IlllilvK WrlNIU' VI I. 1. 1. n...l.l..
. . - " ; - - - - . .... ..... wm.i . imurm U
..rvfiiiri MrairBi unn.tf.. iini.f.i..r.iiti.ir.itt
WO, Riithorisr. us to any, he haianln.l th.
fdruiiua for Ihr ctri.rlinn nf Oi. .illnm. tin.
tor," .nil finds lteomeolof th. mot talitable
JW-taMa lonle known Hi tan PhumariimnU.
Ilia ooinhiuallon hntaarUaaaaxorll.ai.ana th
i-iirvvJM lit iii.iiHiciMrv BIKH MM IO U.TIT. trolll
in. inrr. Hi-mi. inn iuii trrnuui or tneir vlilablo
uroli.tiin. fli" futthrr rum r,in m nri.
mo a- in. prslng Um lloais lllttpra a a mild
uuuMiiwuu ii nuinni, oi gri rain inuilis
malic rfslnns." '
i-'iiiu, July "in, urn,
Mi'.tr.. J. A.. J1RKH4IS I'M .Ji-!.'
il.tllia ll.nl your Ham. Itliior"' i-. tk.
fSrct.on nth.is, namiiiiSt th. tnrelltnta tis.d
In Ih.lr comp.lllon, I am utlnl that, aaMa
fmtnihi'lii'oiiUliilnit nnthins Injarioui. thoy ara
ih.Jn'nl I ha;i nr tril. It la with plraaur. that
I ri-.iinim.ntl IhMiitnalln.ranni ilTinii. nrt.b.
Inj;i.ium. JOHN T. TKJIPt.E, M. I).,
1W. Miorrla Mnlir anil Tlnrspeutlo, llouioi.
,...iu uiiri. vi -iippuiiri.
ll.ii 'HI U
too waaa.-tiioli v ,-int . ..M
sor run for ilta.laeh.,Cfytt,h-p.afB.a.
oiissIbk In ta. .art, sand for our HrKIIMtrrA-5,
TOf. rvtcs ens. mil In r. ru , ni
. ElltMr or ttM llm aasS U.,
o.iyral pries. '
AcUrsisJoMph K. tsehar, tn''Jiiftre.C'
St. Loun. Mo. hnUi&'
SJtUlsiR Ifartl.SI. T
. Ktsays furynauint.il, on Hocfal Krlltaail th.
proprjaly or impropnily of gelUna roatrlaj, it
aniuty htlpfui thosatsho f.al uafitt.a formal
rlmoai.l Uppln.m. BasKrta, In aaM .ar.l.
"I1"- Address JfowarS Asioclatlon, Uoi ,
a-lslphl., Pa. .jitiiMiin
ss TVa Uraal
'woman, 'dea'd among strangers; would
"you havo her body given iuto the hands
"of Ihosurgoou?" '"iVliy not? Scionco
"requires tho sucriQvo aud a straugo
"woman, hero and there, mutilated in
"tho good cause is noi'iing. Hand over
"the corpse I" Ah, the Senator wub an
apt soholnr during tho laic war. Hav
ing slunk uway from batt'c, he becomo
a substitute broker a dealer in the flesh
and blood of more ga ant oft (tens
men who would fight and now, in
peace, is profiting by tho lessons he
learned in war times, and would not
Phalon's "Vitaa" differs
utterly fromjhllfthe "dyes,"
" colorerend restorers "
() in jiifse. It acts on a
totally dWerent principle. It
is limpidragrant, and per
fcctly innocbs. precipitates
no muddy or nacwilent mat
ter, requires no shalung up,
and communicates noVain to
the skin or the lined. ,Np
paper curtain is - negcsaiy to
conceal its turjjisAappearancc,
for the simU&qnHhit'ifiis
not turbyfi itiis;.td aUanteatt.
and pufooses. a Hew uiscovirv
t3T Ph'aWs Vitaua" is,
warranted to a change
tn -x ihiJr withL
lo.days alter the firstipi)lica
tion, the direction being
carefully ohserveX r, .
IT IS AS CTiRAS WATER f
AKiyfA NO SUIMMENT.
Price, One Dollar per Box,
Sold bv alN)ruggists.
If your DruccisS has not
PhalAn & S6n.
17 Broadway, jV. T
O.AIRO - - - il I ia,lM
Vor Kala by all n.llabtt Brfl(lata.
mi estate iioms.
W 4 W
ssa-a F -s - - J
Q n i.STO.V A CO.,
(Httcii iir to John Q. Itannan A Co.,)
a I Vall
i-vwiNnn afripim l bt.iii
vr. - j a -.11.'" i ritiuit
imi.ill .11.. I ' Sill
Subdue. Con ml,
and oierfom.sall dl
thm IDOIU.OI U
fanta and ehiUr...
tIKH. -urs Ui;rha. Drxa
MTUCI'. ( ""Wrao.
. It la the (!r. at Infaufa an.t Chllilrtn'. tkmthln.
RrjiieJyin all iliaorjera Uouht oaliy tetthlnK,
Jraay other rauae.
Prsparad by ths OiUlTON MEDIC1KE tin..
nu ny itiugKiMs ami ilntert Io medlcita
'ifrya-hsr. - r-.Tl
- -rSf,Ll.ak.l. h,rtH
aa imnririo txtluine now inuin.
maiiriwy. An hour or two after llielr usi"""''
no tr-! ol Hrfuuie Uft. How aitlervnt Is iu'."
suit auccoollng the use of Murry an.l Ijuinaa"
rioriiU Water. Djy. after it application th.
hamlk.rclil.f uhales a nio.l ilellnhlful,delraU
and agreeable fras-rance. marsdeodly
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEE
Buy. and Sell Ileal Estate
ruBNiHii ahsituactn or titm
A WIS SH:ABS4'ONV:T.tWIKH
TO A. LI. UIXrtH.
forward it i
OVKICK-.Northw.at Tor. roitrtll add
Cash Capital, .
Cask Assets over,"
, p 'i a- i
1 i'J 1
-yw. n. sciiUTTEit,
importer and.Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
.turn, for beat l.raiids of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE
Xaxxxoartodt Aloaof cl.lt
Io. 75.0JUO LEEE
A Beest far the Hllllajs.
7 JI lf4? - Ml0' th mar
, ViUILIba . tried, or thos.
iboutlu marry, m the pliyso)oj(lcal wyaUrt.s
tmt revelations ol tho sexual intent: with th.
aWal iliwoi.riea In producing and pretcnllu
oilaprlDK, how ttt preeerta the eotnpl.xion, .to.
this la an Intersittng; work of two hundred
aud Iw.nty-four paxes, with numerous vnra.
units, aoJ.ontalns valuable Information for lhoi
who ar. married or contemplate marriaiiii, till I
I a book that inixht to be kept uuJ.r louk and
key, and uot laid narulealya hout the liouaa.
ovm iu an j.onu uimiii poaiaK) lor fitly CeMa.
Addreaa lir. Hulls, Uiapemary, , Mo. l'I,!fottli
Klglilh street, 81. Louis, Mo.
STNOTICK Tt) TlIK Ar'KLICTKU AND UN-FUai'UNA'1'K.-M
llfoie alitilvinii to th. no.
lorioila tjaailj who adv.rlla. iu public pap.ra, r
u.iuit any Qtuk rtmiJiu, peru. Iir. Ilutta' work,
jo matter what vour dneaae Is, or how dtcJorablo
I'r. Hutu ran t cnnaiitt.i, peiaonally or by
mail, nn the illaeait'S ini'iitlonvil In Ma work..
HSU'., No. Ii North Kishth atiret, li.twa.it. Uar-l
k.t aud Chunul, bl. l,uuia Mo. ssSlltrdaw
JOM. HYI.AXD'N NALOU.V
la aisuillsNl with all klatsU mt
OX !0.ti!vfKKCI.lIs AVK.MK
Betwetn Ejjbth and NinthSttscts,
Tho tliiMy, wlu loin yoiM tiio . .huuld g i.
It t is a call, uo(. tlmmr wuo wjit a
J08S COAL YARD.
FOOT QF ELEVENTH STREET
Mouut Carbiiu, D.i Qua'u HU
Pmpri.lor or th
Milliard Saloon aad ltar Koom
too C'oiiiuivrctMl Ave.,
Caivos - - - - Illinois
rill iiiiituisja. -
I'remiutiia tia to kod Wlfclloos mslUtay CjH.
Ilujlhe. Castliei 'rsl NntienillHuik. t , ,
A good Hnpadr 'llassd, a jlell v?r
ir.a s aaty Bsart af l- eltr.
BV UlA 6BlasVRisft:XT
S?U SkM MsAB. .
Aaa nvnri rrw r.
Popular Public Resort
Whom the vititor will tlnd lure, airy rooms
sit plted -tth -
IIAIJATL'LLK AND I'lULONHOLK tAai.t
CoiiilorUble .eats, otc, and a bar'aupptied witlt
the hvcl and I'ooleat lauer ler. lhu i.urral win.
an.l li'it"r,i lttar, eto., to lw fuiind int'alrn.
KieryUxly la Invited tu i-nlMi.aii.1 "rooj ctl.'
la elvlbetl r '""laTt!
mi ..Ii.. noora. labl.a. anal
Vat srntl awf". ? I"
rSZZ SaaHaSsmaW .'BlBStva-. TMStai
ltiSi "., ltM. a aM "Ills
t t .
m si m Jt sua r t: