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BY JOHN II. OBERLY &
LOO AN AXD OOLJCSli)'.
Ah individual who lias narrowly
watched tlio Senatorial ton tent going on
in .Stmiigfiuld, giviM uxprcs.ton to the
hcliof that a jiurccptible declino in
Logan utock m going on cuiitinuully.
Whilo hi frifiid.H msurt. with n uroat
bhow of uonfldunco, that lio will havo
the controlling oluiuuiit in tlie caucu
there in ntill an undcr-curruut of doubt
and miHL'ivitii! txn to tlio final result.
"If Olciby," they say, "breaks up thu
"cauciw in n row, aud, through Dtiiuo
"crafic help carries off the prize, tho
"K'.'publican party in the Statu will be
t'torn in(o discordant faction and given
"over to tho Democracy."' Kxproionn
of tlii kind, however, arc calculated
to have a double effect. Veak.kneed
llailicisls may be pealed to Logan by
them ;lul, Ihcy have a eountorbalauo
iug effect in causing many Democrats
to lookwitli iucrca.-cd favor on Ogles
by. The fact cannot be denied that both
Logan and Oglcsby rc very obnoxious
to tho Democratic party. Of the two
evils Ogleeby i the least. lie is bu
lievfed to be the superior of Logan in
both honcity aud intelligence, mid it is
not thought that ho would degrade
tttntftf tiv rinttim. liiontoimi ?ileilf.!J
- V - -o i o 'WWHK.II K IN III
Of tbM ue would Icii'l' Ins inlluence to
auy of the rings that peek to control
ibelogulation of the country in a manner
inimical to the intercuts of the people.
For these two reason the Democracy
may unito on Oglcsby when assured
that tho result will bo the defeat of
Logau; but wo think a more probable
uwuo of the matter will be an attempt
to hoist both Logan ami Oglcsby over
board for a man who is the superior of
ither of thoin for instance, (iovcruor
FATHER OUALLORAN AOA1X-
wuav he savs is ins OI'.V
DEFENSE Ay I) HOW MESA J'.V IT.
Some time ago we copied from an
oichaugo what iurportd to bu the
Pope's bull of anathema against Victor
.Emanuel, Wo had no doubt at the
time that it was genuine. Father
O'iiallorau, the Sunday following,
deuouticed it as bngu, faying that no
person who attacks Catholicism chould
receive tho support of Catholics, and
telling his congregation that they must
uot pntronize Tiik Hl'M.KTlN.
Wo replied to 'tho Father through
thco columns stating the facts of the
publication, und commenting upon thu
little bull which he had hurled against
Aud now comes the Father again,
ruthiug into print in tho columns of tho
&u'uf niirfrcprc.'outlng us fhamefully,
aud convicting himself of a lack of
intelligence, fairnuaj and liberality.
1. lie lacks intelligence amazingly
in this, that ho has not yet learned that
editors are not responsible for every
article copied as news into their
columns that, in giving current events,
they ofji publih what thoy do not
approve. If he were an intelligent man
ho would have known that tho "anatho
"ma" did not appear in our columns as
original matter that it had been copied
1'rou) another paper. If ho wero a
reader of the public journals ho would
have seen it in a dozen nowspapers
lioforo it appeared in Tiik Uum,ktin.
2. Ho lacks all tho essential qualities
"of a fair-minded man; and hero is
proof in substantiation of tho assertion,
yo saysr '.Uad the oditor first told us
''that ho clipped from an uxchuugo thu
"artiolo ho would havo paved himself
"troublo ; but, no, ho took tho credit to
"himself." This is not true. Wo did
npUfkflthe credit pftthe,"au&thoma" to
ourlclfV " If tlio Father wero a moro in
tolligout man we should not hesitate to
atwert that ho was not ignorant of this
fact whoa ho made tho charge,
But who can reason with prejudice that
is resolved to bo not conviucod with
ignorancp that has uot tho ability to
understand? yhy, tho commonest
tyro w'noVoads' our papor, must havo
known that tho "anathema" had been
copied into our' coluiuus that it could
not havo originated fn 'this office If
wo had a child six years old that did uot
understand theso things mora thoroughly
tlnu iW Father 'ttc should regard Ha
future with the most gloomy forebod
Unfair, too, is the Father in this
that he denies to as tho credit of
having ever done anything for the
Catholics in furtherance of their works
of public enterprise and charity. lie
makes this assertion on what he calls
reliable authority. Wo don't believe
he has such authority. We know that ho
has not. The member of his cougrcga
tiou who gave him this information
should do penauco that would make his
false bajk sore with f elf inflicted htnpes
Ho is surely loit to nil regard for the
Thu Father is ulo unfair in thi
that he hays we have confessed wo knew
tho "anathema" to be a forgery when
we published it. May tho good genius
of truth oardon tho Father I If ho is
capable of understanding the Knglish
language, and read whit wo said in
regard to the publication of tlie"aiiath
"etna," ho knmci that wo mado no such
assertion that, on tlio contrary, we
averted the anathema had been pub
lished by us in thu full belief of its
genuineness. To provo this to show
how absolutely lost to all reuse of fair
ness tho Father is we hhall (juoto his
anguage, and also our language from
which ho pretends to draw the inference
given above. Head
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IllUlllblA tiSliOtlPRt vl,
Irutli) lunrii rtnl II
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tuiinn. wlio know not
In .cm! IiO JiircrcnT
i cliun'Ii, Id" puLlnNcj
iAii.nin in ha. iiiifi
to I WHAT WK JIK-I.IKVKDITTOIIh-.KHi
uin tint Prof. Tkrutr,
I of Juik.iuTille, m till.
nititr, h men 'nrm-1
linn, ui' rxiMl tliu
rlli in n Into lu
) I'lirl.tinis nrrinon.
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Xow, where does the Itcverend
Father i-tand? How could he, with
our explicit declaration that we believed
the "anathema" to bo guuuinu when we
published it before him, assert
that we confessed to having pub
lished it knowing it to bo bogus that wo
published it only because mauy
people belioved it to bo genuine,
and because Prof. Turner had incor
porated it into his Christmas sermon?
I low could he being a truthful man?
Why, wo sjid as plainly as wo could;
"Wo published tho anathema believing
"it to be genuine. Ninety-uino in
"every hundred believed as wo did
"Kvcn as learned a man as Prof.
"Turner al.-o believed in it genuineness,
''and, it follows, that our belief was not
"to bo wondored at, since wo are not
''infallible and do not profess to know
moro about church history than schol
ars or niiicty-nino hundredths of our fel
i'Iow men." That is what we said, aud
can Father O'Hollorau read? Is ho
an honest man ? If ho is mid can read,
how did ho manage to misunderstand
our language t-o that ho might mi.rop-re.-ent
us? Is that'tho kind of warfare
ho wages? Can't ho bo fair?
I!. Tho Father is illiberal. Come, now,
wo nro not dispo..ud to do him injustice
Let us, therefore, reason about this
matter. Ho is, wo hold, illiberal, be
cause, in tho first place, ho would mako
religious belief a test of business inter
coufro. Wo know ho denies this, but
with how much graco can ho uublush
ingly do so ? In tho very artiolo con
taining tho denial, ho asserts that,
standing before tho altar of God
clothed i'u tho vestments of his priestly
office, ho told his 'congregation to not
patronizo Tiik Hum.kti.v, becauso it
had contained an article, which, in his
opinion, would wouud tho feelings of
peacetul t'atiiolica did this, too, with
out knowing tho circumstances of tho
publication without attempting to as
certain thorn, arid porslbtn in his ostra
oism, adding insult to his Injustice,
after ho and tho publio have bcou
assured that tho publication was mado
without any iutoutiou to givo offense
in tho belief, in fact, that Catholics
would not bo-offeuded by iti production
in those columns. If this conduct, on
tho part of tho Father, is not of tho cs
cence of illibcrality we nro mistake
aH wo were never before mistaken i
But this is not tho only instance of
his illibcrality. Because members o
his congregation havo sent their chil
drcn to tho publio school, and to Mr
Ualfrey's private nchool, (Mr. Dalfrcy
being a Catholic) tho Father has waxed
wroth. Ho has refused to tho parents
ol'those children, we aro informed, nb
solution and communion has made
them htaud back from th" tablo of the
Lord's Supper; and more, has timo and
again,solcmuly called on God to witness,
that, in their last extremity on their
death beds he would refuse to come
to them. If this spirit is that of liber
ality if tho Father imbided it from
a study of tho institutions and history
of tho llepublic, wo confess to ignorance
of what constitutes that Hcnublican lib-
crality which can regard all efforts to
educate tho people as laudable, aud all
attempts to combat reason with threats
as intolerable auddangcrous to liberty.
The Father has said by inuendo that
in our treatment of him and tho Catholic
church wo arc two-faced. Let us
return tho compliment by saying that
he is an overbearing man with one faco
and it always turned in the direction of
lis prejudices. The two-faced men
who stand behind him, may flatter him
with tho belief that ho has the ability,
jccau'C clothed with the vestments that
iroclaini him a minister of God, to
rido rough-shod ovcr hbi own people and
the institutions of this Republic; but, in
all the candor of Mnglc-facodncss, wo
u.vturo him that they knowthey aro un
truthful that his wordifJulininated
though they may bo in tho bittcruoss
of malice ajid with all the energy of
atrcd. cannot prevail weak and futile
s they are to injure character or
business, much lc-s to topple to thoir
all any of tho cherished institutions of
tWs intelligent Republic.
In conclusion, we assert, as we have
k'fore, that neither in thought, word nor
deed, have we been unkind to tho Cath
olic church. Wo havo not, it is true,
subscribed to all its doctrines, as we havo
not to all tho.-o ofauy Protestant denom
ination ; but there is in the history of
our lifetime one page on which is re
corded the utory of a great blessing,
which, in tho Providence of God, the
Catholic church brought to us and ours
thu lifting up of a shadow and its
dissipation by tho clear sunlight;
aud, while that record shall lasti
wc cannot forget to bo thankful to
the church, even if priests like O'iial
lorau should fuluiiuato against us, aud
wo should uovcr stand before its altar
to receive its benediction. Our battle
is with tho illiberal Father, not with
the church or an other of its devotees.
ZOJIOASTEH'S MORAL J'JUX'El'TS
From tho Partco religious moral pre
cepts taught by Zoroaster, 1,000 year be
fore Chrlit, wo llnd tho following;
"Thcru U only ono two floJ, bciidc
whom thero nro nonoothor,and man' duty
Is to do virtuous deeds; to give In chari
ty; to bo kind to tho humble; to ipu&l;
woet words and to wUh god unto others ;
to preserve u clean heart; toacquiro Warn
ing ; to speak tho truth; to suppress au
ger; to bo patient, contented and triendly;
to pay duo respect to tho old and the
young; to bo pious; to respect our par
ents and toachors nil theso aro tho friends
of tho good men and tho enemies of tho
bad men. Your savior is your deeds."
'What aro tho things by which a man is
lost, degraded? To tell untruths; to
steal; to gamble; to look with wicked
oyus upon a woman; to commit treachery;
to bo abuslvot to bo angry; to wish 111 to
anothor; to bo proud; to bo idle; to
slnndur; to bo avaricious; to bo disrespect
ful; to bo hot tempered; to bo ro vengeful,
unclean, obstlnete, envious; todohurm to
any onu; to txi superstitious, and to do
any other wicked and iniquitous thing.
All theso aro tho friends of tho wicked
and thocnomlos of tho virtuous."
It is not saying too much to romurk thut
purer moral precepts aro not taught any
where. A Good Jok. Tho sccno described bo
low is said to havo taken placo in tho Ken
tucky Legislature In tho winter of 1807:
A member from ono of tho counties was a
porsistont reader of thoLoulsvlllo Juunui?,
and each morning, as tho Uouso opened,
would commence reading his favorito pa
por, and about tho sanio moment somo
member would movo to Ulspenso with tho
reading of tho journal, aud our 'mountain
mombor would lay down his jajc.ri. JJo
stood this for eonio jlrao, but .ono morning,
rising from his teat after tho usual motion,
ho exclaimed at tho top of his voico : "Mr.
Speaker, l'vo sot ;horp, in my, oit, .for
rabrn'n a week and mbraljtoa "ti tho tyr
anny of this House I Somobddy overy
morning moves to djspenso with reading
tho Journal, aud l'vo lost ovory paper l'vo
bought for n week by it ; and no man has
uver moved todlspcnso with thoDfrnocral
or Courier ; and Sir. Speaker, I won't
stand il any longer. Mr. Snoakor, ."
Ucro tho ba'lancu wai lost in laughter.
ILLINOIS, JANUARY 12.
O'HALLORAN ON THE BULLE
A Weak Defease of an Uiijttstinnlilc
f From tlio Knyptl.in Sun.)
Dkah Siiu Permit mo tlio use of your
column to Jcorrcct tho charges brought
against wo by tho editor of Tiik IIulli:
ti.v In Thursday's Ijuo of last week, In
which appeared n long article styled
"Fnthcr O'llalloran's attack upon Tin:
Tlio editor And exception to my scr
mon on the prcvloui .Sunday, and attri.
butcs to mo tho following 'That no per
son who attack tlio Uatiioiio religion is
entitled to tho tintronaco of Catholics.
For tho editor's hotter Information, I tako
this mode to tell him that l did not rnauo
use of such language. Lit, what 1 did say
In relation to tho a'rtlclo at inuo is, that it
wo caicuiaicu 10 wounu 1110 icciings ui our
r accublc catnoiics in uuro, ami inai uio
editor of Tub Mulletix who cluluu to ho
a friend of Catholicity ought not to allow
tucli an otfcnslvo nrtlclo to appear in his
naner. fiirthormoro that they oucht net to
piitronlr.o Tin: IIuiletin.
Tho editor aiJcrts" Wo ttato first that
tho Jtov. Father Is mistaken when he says
that tho llvuxTiS hat. In any w .iy. souirht
to oring tno uitnoiie religion into uisro
iiuto .hat wo havo given up to them out
columns freely, without money ana wltli
out price, aiding them In every po?
Ihle wav in all their work of
public cnturprlso and charity.'' Thanh
vou, Mr. Editor, for your charily to Cmh
ollcs und tho ret of sulfuring humanity;
UoU will reward you lur your good deeds.
Hut. pray, when, now, and on wnat occa
sions havo you aided Catholics ? J sco you
sound vour own trumpotl
Now. 1 denvlntoto the boasted charitv of
our pretended menu, i uo so on rciiaulo
authority. Jiau mo cunor at nrsi torn us
that ho clipped from an exchange tho ar
ticle, he would havo saved himself troublo;
but no. ho took tho credit of It to himself.
V.Vll (in tiviv lmvult: hut In tnv natlriin.
tion. 1 rather think it is to his discredit:
anJ.lt wus md'ntrtct in him, at i) plain to
every reader of TiiKlJi'M.r.Ti'f, to pub
lish Dial which ho in conscltnco know to
bo untrue, as bo himself afterw'ards con
foiscd. Hut, because, as hosuys, ulnetv
nlno laymen out of a hundred believed ft,-
and Uicauso a most learned man, vy.
Titrntr' (tho infallible csponcnt of
truth; ''incorporated It Into his
Chrlsmtas Sermon," ho thought ho was
justlllcd in giving It as genuine, thereby
endeavoring to stir up a religious dimen
sion amomrour nciiccaMacItlzonof dltl'or-
unt Dunuailons who know not in social life
dlflcrcnccs iu, rdigton, but go on in thoir
rrsncctivo occupations mutually amine:
each ether in every uosslhlo tnoamf
In their power. Tint turns tho horns or
his dilemma on mo, by attributing to m
tht which ho hlmsulf is utility of, and by
appealing to tho passions of men, as in tho
cam of A and 11. which is Illogical. Cath
olics novcr mako usa of such dmijcrous
weapons purtorte4 ty thnriifAfeKdodt
tor of tho llfl.LKTI.V.
Father O Halloran has uo antipathy to
anv Individual on account of his ri'liglon.
Religion is n mattor botwooii man ami his
God., All ho wants I' n man of principle,
net a two faco one. Tho Father Is nut u
stranger to a Ilcpubllcan form of Govern
ment, from tarly boyhood ho linblbod tho
principles or this free govcrmetit
received his lint Grammatical and
Classical Instructions In her Institutions,
aud perhaps studied as Jtejli her history
as tho Editor who asserts tho contrary, and
who stems to know llttlo of the liberal
views of tho Father.
ThoKdltor of Tin: IJl'I.i.i:tis' should
know that ho is right bofuro ho i.i aliftul.
P. J. O IIALI.OI'AN.
Cairo, Jan. oth 1071.
THE COOK COUNTY DELEGA
TION Tho Chicago Timt has information from
thu Cook county delegation, now in
Sprlngllold, to the following etl'eet:
Tho latest report from tho Cook county
delegation makes tho following dhtrlhutton
on tho Senatorial que.tlon: Against
Logan, l.'ii for l.ogan jirobsblv, H; unde
termined, a. Should l.wgan bring down
another Installment of paid attorney,
petty olllco seekers, and ward bummers to
boru tho delegation this week, as ho did
last, it is mIJ to bo not Improbablu that
tho delogation will bo wholly against him
by Saturday night, with tho exception of
lleallcld, liixou and Humphrey.
Tho present Oglesby calculations upon
tho Cook countv delegation upon tli
rionatorlal question, as clo.ely as can bo
found out, aro as follows; Against I.ogau,
13; foi I.ogau probably 8; uneortnln, H
making up tho -0 in tho Senate mid Homo.
Tho failuro of Logan to gain trength In
tho donation, and tho partial woukoui ng
in it quite recently, is duo to thu swarm of
lilrod nttornovs. ward nollticlatU. COVCril-
merit anil city officials nnd irresponsible
persons who wero horo last week. Should
tho eamo sritoiii bo continued during thU
week, It will not help Logan, but really
havo a tendency to mako tho delegation
solid against him, with tho exception of
Tivo Tun li I! I. mile liccoiur htn-r-
Nt ruck und I'.louo iritis n Tlivittrleiil
I From the Louisville Coiuiiiercliil.r
(Julto a sonsatlon was created in tho
olty last night by tho announcement that
twovouncr ladles neither of thorn over
soventooa years of ago, had eloped from
tno residence oi tueir parents juriuu"'
riojoa of tolnlnt? tho Katio l'utnam tho.it'
rleal troupe 156th young ladles bolcrng to
highly rospoctablo parents, aim tneir
mnndn li n Konrco of ilcci) lirlcf and I'll
tihcftlion to t,helr rcspoctlvofamllio.
L Kvoryion'ort was made yesterday, ami
is still boing made,- to ill-cover tno wnerui
bouts of theso Infatuated and misled girl,
who, dazzled bv tho gowgaws and tinsels
of tho itago, mid boliuving It all gold that
glitter, havo takonastep that they w II
n. ...i... il,. oM.i.v cociinil lllillli'ht
comes, most deoplyregrct and poignantly
mourn over. JJoth tho young ladios woro
handsome, well educatod, and had been
rearodwith tlio croatcst care by tbolr pa
rents., "VVo aro informed that thoy will
inos probably bo ovortaken by those In
pursuit of them, and brought back to their
homes. Tho porsons who woro Instru
mental la inducing theso oxporionced ylrls.
to tako tho foolish and childish stop, do
icrvo tlio uovcrcjt punishment. Thoy
havo boon guilty of abduction, an otluneo
that is punishablo by a heavy penalty un
der our statutes, and wo trust they will ho
mndo feel the strong arm of tho law.
A I'r tiinlnu Camp.
Tho Prussian camps, It Is stated, aro al
ways formed in tho shapo of a squ&rci
whatever may bo tho slzo and strength cf
tho force about to oncamp. In largo camps
tho sovcral brigades, divisions and army
corns aro designated by electric signals or by
ordinary lights In lantorns with white or,
collcrd glass, tho object being to designate
tho quarters of tho olllcors in command, and
to facilitate tho delivery of ordors, Tho
camps aro guarded by sentries placed
along tho front and wings, at a distance of
thirty or forty yards from each other and
marchlni: so as to cross each other contin
ually nnd thus provent any pass. Tho
outpost sentinels nro placed chcckorwlso
nnd rmnnmnlcato with tho main guards
by moans of fjuads of cavalry stationed at
regular intervals around tho camp. Tho
tires aro liirhtcd in thu mornlnus and aro
extinguished at night, and no cooking Is
uono alter uarK, oven wnen inn division
arrives at thu bivouac at night. .Small
Arcs are. howovcr, kindled to show tli
lino of sonllncls. but thoy aro concealed by
be nc Placed in shallowcxcavationsprotcc
tea by slopes on tno siuo towarus tno enemy
hart hworks aro always thrown up nrouni
thocamm. andtbo bcatlni: of drums nnd
thosounding of clarions aro carefully a void
ed, either in camp or in action.
Tho olllccrs and soldiers havo whistles,
which tho chiefs blow tho various sicnals.
and tho men irivo warnimr of tho aproach
ortno enemy, can to cacn omer, nnu scoic
after their companies when they havo lost
YV'iint I Know or Ilomlmrdmeiitii.
from tho Now York Trlbuac.J
Civilization need not bo horrified at tho
announcement that tho bombardniont of
Paris has actually begun, body hag
been klllcd.or Is llkolv to bo. by tho shots
whereby tho Saxons havo attempted to de
molish tho llttlo outwork on tho hill of
Avon, six miles cast of tho city. From
this commanding point tho French gun
handurlni! tho whole sciire havo mado tho
l-oresl of llondy uncomfortablo for tho
.Saxons and their next nuighbors In tho In
vesting line, tho l'russian Kings grcnti
llrrs. iLwas from this point that tlio lato
sortlu, which penetrated to Malson lllancho
and tlagny, was directed. For theso reas
ons Avon'ls n placo to bo silenced, It Is nlso
a (tosltlou which it Is deilrablo to tako, for
It commands Fort do Komy, i main de
fense nn tho cistern side ot thu city, nnd
its occupation Is necenury buforu Paris
an possibly bo bombarUoJ i; yv "
ruction. "Wotitu agiun ussurcu inai inoau-
iiml Lomuarilnunt is to ucsin on January
loth, but tho menace has become stale.
Shelling ncrowdO'l cltyot two millions in
habitants Is an operation promising so tew
practical military result, and imposing
such serious sacritlco of publio sympathy
for their cause, that thu Uermans, wnouavo
nil in Ijsq and uothlnz to iraln by It. aro
likely less to Indulge in tho horrible amuse
ment man too corrcsponueni aro iu ao-
nounco tho programmo.
Pi i Alois's
SalvLvljon for the Hair.
For Restoring to GTitzHair its
Phalon's "VitaTa" tlifTers
utterly fronifuie "dyes,"
' colorcvsJ'fuid " restorers "
(?) in tle. It acts on a
totally deferent pnnt iple. It
is limpidfragnint, and per
fectly iutiocTtty, precipitates
no muddy or lla&leni mat
ter, requires no shaWng up,
and communicates no Mam to
the skin or the
paper curtain is
conceal its tuwrappt-.iranet;,
for the sutv'jIc reason (liar7 is
not turirtn. It is, to all intents
anilpufp iH-s, A NIW 1UC0VLUY
tm" I'L'.i.K 'VlTAMA is
warranted lo ec'r .: change
in the color of the s vr within
10 davs after the first ipplica-
tion, the direction being
IT IS AS CISSR AS WATER !
AND vfAS NO .si.ui.Mi:.vr.
Price, One Dollar per Uox.
CO.VSyiM5 I'Wl. MM'II.U.
Sold bv aliDrugc,ists.
It your Druggie, lias not
" ritalia" on haiidf write, en
closing $ i .oottnd we will
forward it iiifmudhitelv.
Piiai. 6c Son,
ci 7 Broadivav, N. T.
CairoBulletin Job Rooms
Cor 1VstUlliRlouiiviive;usiil Twtlftli
C3 i. 2. D03B11JS,
480 north Cl(hu, Sl.( pjllndli.
A color anil drcsaing that will
not burn tho hair or injure tho
It does not produce a color
mechanically, an the poiaonous
It gradually restores tho hair
to ltd original color and lustre,
by supplying now life and vigor.
It causes n luxuriuut growth
of soft, fine hair,
Tlio best and safest artielo
Clean and Pure. iSo sediment.
ASIC FOR DOUIilNS'
A.n rule, tlio perfume now in ttso hnvo no pcia
maaency. An hour or two niler taelr uio, tlictn l
ootr.voot iwrfume loft. How ijljlcront li tlio ro-
tiltmiceeoillng tlio uio of Slurry and Linm.ia'.i
rioriil.i Wntor. Dsys after Its nppllcatloa tho
Immlkcrchlrt ojlmlci a must ilcll;lilfiil,ilchcate
nd rcoallo lrcrnco. rnnrldcoilly
DR. SCllKXCK ADl'lSES COXSUim
TIMS TO HO TO FLORIDA IX
Ilirixn ferthn lut lhlrtr-f.ra vein Jsrale.t nr
vliulotlmo tinj ittirntloti Initio nud'nf tun.' ill
.in mil cnntuinntluti. 1 tctl that I undrrilftnl
full tin couri lliatuutlit lu leiuriml turr.lora
a IjIcraM Mil caio (iOiu-a.nl lunci to li. Jlllijr
roumlrfM. lb nnt M nmt Important lrp U
rarihmiatlenL lu avul 1 U&ln ctMi ainl ILu Lc.t
trail I'lacr. on iLnci nllnfiit for Dili ) urow, lit
Mlnifr, li I'l irlJi. wtll iljwn In tlio Huto, nliem
tliu irin(nlutnl. rrulir, ami iioliuNJrcl to.uclt
.ancTinui ni in liinru nuriuriii iiuiuurn. i-aiiia.-.
I. a i fJnt I ran rirtommmit. A io. li..tll. Xrp;
llicro ljr l'clcruian. l.n.l Inttr I tan Hrcral 1 cr-
.txllumliOMlunci la lln li.llnliM'a.f.l, l ut
vim, iiivIt tho lioalnu Itifluriir.i ul Ike cUmato an4
U medlclnra, iriro ccltliK II.
t)nt Imnilmt milea fartlicr 't.iirn tta rlrfr ! a
rrlntMlili li I roul.I prefer t I'alitk.i.at Hi" trci
i'f nuiiflniif ro rtnt, nnl IIWB.rilrjran.l tridiw
lrisnvlll ainl Kntcrprfui ro .hp.I tlirr"-. I
almuMnha ftilM'il i n for.ncn tu Jlrllnnwl'.ni It
l.tnru inllcfronl rlrr nr llc, imiO II icf m. alran" t
ImiKK.IUl.tn Uacr l.llli rc. llio lnl.lv. In KlurUk
rauht l' ltt r. an I patlctila '"niflMn at tlnwat
litciuqln It'kli.aivl then tlio luiw I tnu.l itcal.
jKkumilllr, ll.li.nUt. tlrrc-. Covr, utl tanj
t'.Un c. t Iim trtuui arts tit I'U rdl , can lio nr
ljr reciumcn li' l t ) cviuumpttrc in wlitcr. Mr
nltoDt furaatliuaiinrr, tlial tatUnttara iMtlla
1 Is t j taio col 1 lluru tlnn nlitro tti'ia U In
urn tempemturr: anil it la nn nccrary to any.
In mijufiit mlJi, Im It trrlal-i to .Mil lUnrtlri r
lUorrriiinK'itivoK. k'lmrii u.in inMino m
ut 1 f lln' io.wIi i f proallliiit ' 1't lnJ nn 1 1 - rj.
Jirloon.llk. it nliiio.tinijri.llnr of II10 I.K'illll.l
llutmiimi'l, lll Uni'Ui, llmvi uli i aratruuUdl
wlili n ti-rpi.1 llxr. 11 u.biMrr.il.luiiiacli.il'r.nirJ
lwTt.siM tltrrar,rrri ut.H l ui, r rthow wlum
lunnur (JIuAv.t. am.rj wuitaa jciu It iir
111 illy nf mninrrli J.
Korfinnri jrrararrlrr to l"W.I wat prifrl"n.
rJlyln .Nir vtl, lli'inn, r.aliiinuir.an.l 1'lillajcl.
t liKritrpmli, li.ro 1 uir uikl tx-iuiliift! in 13
avrrai ilo Imn-Inil p-iiln.n own a. A practice
OlvaiC, In. tiul M 111a 1 1 i.iilcriuinl IhOilKraij
fallri fcli'l liriiro mjr ciiitun In irganl to Ualiu
c !j. A r ii mi; uVj aa nuantltlM if
hrii,nrk' I'u.i i' in f! m , , r ;( a luiilc, an I
!aalraif I'llli, ziii) iu f l.j lvj !..l aiul
UKIU col.l. , ...
Iii 1 l.'riJt.r.ailr t.r)U 'r li 11 in Scni-ncl1
JUu.lnlo I'lllti rur tlm cliuiato I. tiiuro lis.lr
10 I'mJiko MlluUi IiaMi. tlnn tu.iro tinrili.ni Uti
tujr.. It U a mll-fitlll.lif.l fid, lU.t mllirl
i f I'lorlita rartljr iii ul cuummpilun, t.ptclalljr
Uioid tr tho tuuilurnii.'irt. 'a llio ciiicr l.an.l, 1:1
w LiicUnl. innliiMai lc.1.1 i ril.o populitloii
i1lif III', lerritilii tlltcaw. In Itiolll.lila Malt.,
Hiljc-iiiuiprt'-ialla'ilaridrt illl lti.ro ant many
llwutanJ.Df ratrailitir. 1il.ia.t p.rccniat
if lifo nouM IO tntt.l t n.iitumplUn ro at
1 ttilr alamit.lln n . iM tmaVli fn.li rullt at Ihty
ainabAUttcarlclfftt .rnull-. ...tf I l.ullU.r ri
n il tlicy lakonlial llirjr irrtii nliUMc.l. wlikri
Ibcyaro crnluluiit tiioudi 10 litlioo Mill Hear o:f
In A frwihji. 'f icy pay no atitnilnn lo II, ant
Lento II lay. I ho rutt.latluit fur another nti.l an
. tli. r III. until thu lui.,-. aro tlutauU Uyvul all
4ly .ic.! to pcrtmi nboto lunfa aro arTtf.I,
cull lUylilly, lain My in n tl A ilcli. iirk' 1'ul
n.inl'1 Hyrup, Hclicnrk'a Mrano.l 'IVnlc, an.1
bcbcncV Mamlrako I'lllmni I f . 10 I l..rl.l4. I ro
lnmll'll'llllC.l'arllCllUrlnl.lll(.llll'l,lrH'aull' I am
tliurvuclily acuaintl v 11 it tin ir acli. n. llni',
lUai, nlitra tUy am uwl In nr . 1 ai rnnlinro ttlili
my iliricil"!!'. tlo-y will tin Hi tti rk lUt It rc
Lulrv.1. 'I Lit ncciiiiipll.liM.iiiinr-i will it tint reit.
lli iliy.KUii lw pririU. f r c 1 1, t iiuli, or
nUlif .!, an.1 tlnn a.lt . 1I10 1 111. m tu walx
irri.looiitrti'rttay.KlU Lo tui.ljlutua cgrpto
1 11 lut lian.lt Uitirtilonr. ....
MyplviU.toirltuiuyihiT.imr.Uclr. 1 In arrorl
Mutt Willi iua i rlntnl tlii.viii.ii., 1 trri.i In ,nu
iim'4 Mli.ro n fr r no i.f tlio V ulImlo 1'illt It
jd.jary. Jly It.i.if i. 1. .1 1 1 i:n it in
till. in 'ft "( n - ! ;: It I. t ija a
r'-A ln tthtit a 1 ati.nt itt-.it tu ti . Ir u.n 1
lutfli.'i'of "li- "IUi r: It I'T f. '.l. anl
tlio ciiu.i. ui . 11 1 r ihit r 11. li, 1 .mi' tuttl I l.l,
mil witti It morn llo.li, ttlti. n It 1 lucly f-11 wt.l
ly:t lu'lllllof tlloirl.-,--tli -il v .nlll nt
ant atal. t.lli.' ir.' 1 mrf tli.1'1 an 1 il tu.u y tu.lil
tnriti 110 luiittr pr.nlmto not iiMii..-, ai: llu
iaiit -.il- wtil, lAtiHlt.Iti ' v..Mtul.lluc.:.l.
I. tv, ihtro itro i.iuuy u.'inii utct ttlu l.tto
nuttliiiwulo.'o i.il'K.r.UJ. lli jiHf.ti. nii.iy
to fciicJ, la tluro 11.1 li. 10 I r ..nil t triainly
Iturult. Myn.Hlccloain II h, an.lcv.'rliatNiIi,
lo tuylnauariu ri"iiii iIji h. r. inter, wild .1
tminfralurn if bIhiiiI art 1 my iliiiiii., Mlitc.i
huu.li kiTlie.'iil.ulynl ll.Jt -nl l. ui.ant 1 1
aiUnmniiil.r. Ul.ucli.i. mh.iiI til.- I.I. ran-
cl)MHim it.o limit i'l tint r.- u l.y alklii.' u?
Ait.1 tluH 11 at iiiui.Ii a hit .in 11. ill ulll p mm. In
tciicr to t.iijiiiiwili'!tiircir iJ tiii-uuf tlioiiii.i.
1 luto curtM ili 'ii'in 1. ly tint. i -iiin, aiutraiulo
to aiilii. 1'un.umiilii n it at n .ly curid a any
i ilnriliti-aw. If UHU..11 In tni.i'.ainl tho ruU
kliulm trraluiintliuruixl. Hiolat.tMaiul.un.
li.l-uu-1 nn licor l, thai f. tiimk't rullin.iiK
Mrui'. Jlamlratu I'lll", nnl 1-.. iut.il Tjiuo lutt
turc.1 tery iiuny nf filial ini.. I tu . Imp!"
txtt'.iifi'iiiituiiii'ilin. tl'i ti li ru ..im I,). .ui. I
l alni'tl teitaln tu Mill aula I n ii.iiiui.lltit
li 1 liftlwclllvu.a IMin Hi' V r 11 tliatu
l.ylhflriiK'. 7 ,
uitrn tlio MinJrftaJ I'llli r.o ccnccmcl.
in rili. k!.v tliutil.1 ktiiu.npi .i f IU. in tm luii.L
'Ilit-yuct fit Ihu liter twttcr than iiIuiikI, ant
lime iiuiiu if II. Iiurifiiliiii.it I.. Iiinl. In fct,
thevnro txitlkht In ull ok tihrrort iiur.autu
inMklno It rriimrt'l. If Jvil lilii) pari till tno
Imlyurfrull.anl tllinliwt tn.U' t,u il. ..tftho
Sln.lriikt't Mill nun J ut'. Iffuu aro tul'Jrctto
Hck lieiUicho, tako 11 t!oo of llio ilanilnkc, arul
tlitry will itlimuuitli.lo liuuri. Il )oU wiiul.l
Lljilito llio iRicttt nclumiio tf aU'r,t.rtlitoo
Iriu InilulKiiicu in fruit, Ukuniio ff llio JI.ikUuI.h
cicry nlillit, unj juii may Hun drink vaur, an.1
tat null r-nii'li.ln, pear.. Hpplt'. .unit. Ii iclift, or
iiini,llliouttharuk urUlnn 111.1J0 lcfc l.yiuoru.
'I hey will protect Hum wtiolitoln ibmp niui jint
oiahi.t chill aivl lovirt. 'Iry lluiii. 1l..'y aro
ptritvily liannlcwk 'lhry can Jo you tornl inly.
I liaio aiun.tiiK'il my proiewlviul f 1.11 to llo.
touuiU Nt if York, tiul cuiuluuo to key laUent at
Uiy tiUIco, Ko, li .Sutlll MiUlMrttl. l'lilltili'l.ila,
t'tcry hatunlay, from u, a.m.. loll, i-.u. 'Hiuoiho
tvl.liailioiMiiuli tiaiuliuiliiiiiilUi Uioltnplroniticr
will l.o ilurkVil livo ttullar. 'llio Itcplrvutlcr
tlcclarr llio exact comtllloil of tho I unit; an 1
patient can readily learn whether they aro cur
11U0 or Dot. Hut 1 Je.iro It tlutliiclly unilcntoi-l.
tli.lt tho tiiluo of my meillciiie ili'iicmlt tullnly
upuii tlitlr Ulai lakm irli.Uy accvnliuj to
In conclntlon. I will aar. tint tt Uen Mrku
laao my uutuciuc,
into rt neaitiiy cu
lUUlo to tako col
Uio liability a k-rvatvr vrlf imufou cf Uio lirut-
Tull tlltocllont In all Itmru.i.ca accompany ray
niitllclni, ,nplkil tieur Hutauy ono tan
u.o limn vtltlioul tou.ultlin! ij.ii, uui I'aa Lo
LoujUt Iroiauiiy tiruvul.t.
J. II. FCIIKiClt, Jl.ll.
So. I J North, Slalli Street, 1'UlaJvlphla.
,ionf v inajaiv,
a COI.T.VO.V. VT.AVK, xj:w XOJUC,
Anil tall klniln
I.KWAI ASWMKmfsUi JOB
,nn weir ijuiiwaivj"
lumon tin'ivur, tiny arv"
4 1 il ivi one Willi l(-lU1!n!1!
DAILY TAPER IN EGYPT.
Ami Asnt. of
OHIO ItlVKIt AMI KANAWHA
JNTo. 70 OXXZO T.-snysr)
General Commission Merchant
Xo. l'.Vl, Ohio TiCiee,
novHtf C.UKO, ILL.
. 1. ilathus. E. c. I'h
jlJATJIU.SS V UHI,
I'd Ohio r.cvcc, C.VIKOtLINOIS.
Spccl.JattonllonKlrcn to ttioptirclia.tc ami solo
low, so:; and havdost,
Ilnrolny 3EX i- o
...I'Olt BALK AT...
' SOOTHING SYRUP
la Clirntier nml licltrr tlmnl
Nituiifur ttlt'iiHea (t xct'it fvitHti-1
lllir vloSliral lor 4 ll'lllllllir Will. I
tlotva wlllimit xvntcr. i'alitl.l
Sill lotllM, S lnor-t, Sultlra, nutll
Ills wooii wiii k. mini, j.Hritt-1
cu nun itiaiHHiir. nnu uir
Clcncrl Ilnu.o t'lr-itiilni; I'lir
iio.t'a. tnr a'liiiNiiiiii; ituiveN, at"...
llru., Nlot'l, Iron, mill nil Mclr lu
Wartli, llelliovi .. If. liy .UrtKlt', Ml
mill Unit, IcuvtiiK k Itrllllitul aur cc
ctltiiil to .N'l'fV.
l'or Sulo hyt JUHCLAY 1IU0.
lu KlfLMiitlv liorfuiiu'J and
ralunblo urllclu for tbo loHelM
Lailk's ainl (ti'iitlfiiu'ii. iu
i.ili it f 'li iiiiidl lliinils.KllllllllIlCSH
or tl.u Skim t'liniK'l Mi's aud
THV ONK 1OITLK.
Barclay Bp others.
yy ood xsu coai.
la prepare J to deliver the Lett
Fire Wood Stone & Coal
lu any part of tho city, In any iuautity UeslieJ,
on ahort liottci',
Coal Delivered at $1 30 Tcr Ton.
OFFICE-Over Beerwart, Orlli M Co.' lofa
tort', two iloor above tho corner ol EiKlith atreel
and UommeriiUI avenue. Jsoiitl
TICKETS FOR SALE
I'AKK oiis vjrt'riMiol, toniloBilrrj-t
CllitKV or sncetito SU 13tlH
HHtt'onl, 3fjrili & CHliilc, Agi