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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1872.
JOMW H. OBEMV, Klllor "ndjidjHjdior.
TD11I8 OK THE DAliV ItUM.CTI.V:
ubc raonm, of"
One yr .
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
Jakn H. Oberly h reduce, d tho aubcrip
tlon price of the Wkkkly Cawo Bullktix
to One DotUr per annum, maiclng It the
cJtesvpcJtpatr published In .Southern llllnnl.'.
of New York ;
FOX TICK rBMDBHT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOIl RKCRKTARY OF HTATK.
FOX AUDITOR OF tU 111.1 C ACCOUNT!,
FOR STATIC TREASURER.
t CHARLES N. LANl'HIER.
FOR ATTORNKY GFXERAL,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CX.KRK 8UTRKMK COURT NORTH KRN
FOX CLXRK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOX CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We are authorized to announce JOI1X (J.
HARMAN a a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing; election In
Wc are nuthorlrcd to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exander county, at tho ensuing 1-lkctiou in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We aro authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We arc authorized to announce 1. II
POPE as a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUPas a candidate for Sheriff nt thu cnu-
log November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IBVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ol Alcxauder county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
McEWEN as a candidate for .Sheriff, at the
ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
H. OOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the deeis
lion of the Democratic Convention
ROOMS OF LlRERAL EXECUTIVE COM 1
Springfield, III., August, k,18;j. J
John U. Oberly, Esq.:
The following appointments have been
made lor Gov. Kecrncr, by the Liberal Exec
utive committee :
Cairo, Wednesday, August 28th, at night;
Mound City, Thursday, August 29th, day
Metropolis, Friday, August 30tu, davtlmc;
Golconda, Saturday, August 31st, daytime ;
Du Quoin, Thursday, September ftth, at
Centralla, Friday September Cth, daytime;
Cariyle, Saturday, September Tth, daytime;
P.M. Hatch, Scc'y.
Ardlo ease with Andrew Johnson or hit
Impcachtnont? A voice "Wo bollova
Chandler is a liar." Ignorance) and ma
llco combined might do it. Applause
But, follow-cHizons, I with to call your
attention to-night to tomo othor state
ments, for we are met In thi residential
campaign, not by argument, not by a
refutation of tho facts wo present, but by.
downright and bold misrepresentation?, or
olio by personal assult. When I first
WHAT CONKLtNO KNOWS ABOUT LYING.
wont to Washington, somo eighteen years
ago, I called upon Colonel Benton, then
engaged In preparing his abridgment of
Congressional proceeding!. In sneaking
of a man, then In public life, and whoso
namo I will not mention. Colonel Benton
remarked, "he is acortiflcated liar, sir," by
which ho meant that tho official records
proved htm to have told a dollborato
faliehood; but for unscrupulous statement
anu uuwnrignt disregard or truth, as ei
lamiBueu oy omciai documents,
"senator conkling's avoloov
For General Grant and his Admlnlstra
Hon. delivered at Cooper Institute, New
lork, last Tuesday evening, excels any
thing 1 over read. I should not rofor to
Jlr. Uonkling author than to correct hi
misstatements of official matters, but fur
tho fact that ho went out of bis way to
misrepresent and to assail me. if ho could
mccoed in doing it, would afford a reason
why his patron should bo re-elected Prcsl
dent, lhat you may know how much
credit' to attach to Mr. Conkling s state
ments, before roadlnc what he said in ref-
erenco to myself, I will first establish, by
tho official record, that ho is precisely the
character of a man doicribod to mo by
You may remembor that a little, more
than a year ago an Investigation was had
by ihotcnnteof tho united slates to ascer
tain now mo treaty 01 wasmngton was
mado public. Tho investigation proved
abortive, and did not retlect vory particu
lar credit iion us instigators. Tho reso
lution calling; for It had been offered in
executive or secret session, and tho public
did not know its author. Mr. Conkling,
who ndds duplicity todtsregard of truth and
who scorns to pride himself in putting oth
ers up to do things, of which he is too cow
ardly to take tho responsibility, said in
open senate, on tbo 25th of May. 1871:
"Tho investigation was not suggested or
originated iy mo."
Tho objoct of this statemont must have
been to carry favor with tho newspaper
correspondents, wiio lind been arrested;
and induco them and tholr friends to bo-
llovo that ho was not Instrumental in get
ting up tho investigation. Now what will
you think if tho fact turns out to bo, that
Mr. Conkling drafted and got anothor
senator to oiler tho resolution under which
tho Investigation was mado? On tho same
day aftor Jlr. Conkling had said, "Tho In
vostigation was not suggested or orlglna
ted by me," Mr. Wilson, of Massachu
setts, candidato for vlco-presldont on tho
urani ticket, reiorrmg to mo resolution
under which tho investigation was had,
stated in his place in tho scnato: "Tho
honorublo senator from Now York (Mr
Conkling) prepared tho resolution; tho
honorable senator from "Wisconsin, (Mr.
Carpontnr) introduced tho resolution."
When those facts camo out, Mr. Conkling
was furious at Mr. Wilson for exposing
nis duplicity, by disclosing what had oc
curred in oxecutivo session, and, admitting
that ho had drafted tho resolution, under
took to wiggle, out o! tho position in which
bo was left.
HIS REPLY TO SENATOR
DRESSING DOWN OF
EXPOSURE OF SEVERAL TRICKS
THAT ARE DARK.
Extracts from Senator Trumbull's Cnicago
Assaults are mado upon Mr,
a..M u. ui t .
uuuiuu, uyvu utiuuiA, auu ll pull III J -
Mlf, snd upon every other Liberal Repu-
publican wno exposes the corruptions und
mUdads, the violation of law and usur
pation of power of these men who are at
tempting to uso the Republican party to
perpetuate their own authority. Ap
plause Why, the most preposterous etato
meets are made in regard to all ot us.
Imet at Washington an accusation that
I had been employed to attend to a caso
in the Supreme Court of tho United
BUUs, involving the constitutionality of
the Reconstruction acts, by Andrew John
ion, and bad received a tee of $10,000 for
it, and that had been the reason why I
had voted against convicting him of u
crime. When I was able to trace that
scandal to a responsible tourco, and fasten
Ron a Senator. 1 called him i
cm the floor of the Senate, and read the
letter of General Grant, Secretary of War
ad interim, asking me to attend to this
cue, dated and written before the Homo
of Representatives ever perfcrred
charges against Andrew Johnson. For
attending to that case. Involving th con
stitutionality oi tho Reconstruction W.
and another suit, brought by the stale of
ueorgia againn ueneraiurant and others
in the Supreme Courtof the United Status,
I wsi paid by Mr. Stanton, after he was
reinstated in the war department 3 ono
snd by General Rawlins, after General
Grant became president, the balance of tho
fse,7,000; and all this was done in strict
accordance with law : and tl.n ntfinnv win
psld out of an appropriation made by con-
r u.mZW pupose. LAppluuse,
and cries of "Bullvl Iiullvi'n a,'i .....
although the senator that hud given cur
reacy to the slander slunk to his hole, and
kas nsrer peeped slnco I called him to ac
count, you will see others peeping about
ths country. Cries of "Name lilm.'M
Hkiame it Zack Chandler. Hisses, and
ertw of "Go for h(m."l Wliy the law
that 1 was employed to maintain was
law yetoed by Andrew Johnson; and
Jlr. Stanton paid me my feo at a time
wkM be was not on speaking
i-Utm wKu Andrew Johnson. Who
1 wVJ Mitre that anybody with a know!
if of these facts would undertake
to MTtrt my employments In the Mc
THE CASK OK Mil. JU!SK.V.
Tho wholo of this dobotc, occur
ring on tho 25th of May, 1871, and re
ported in tho Congressional Globe, is in
teresting reading, but I only roforrcd to
it for tho purpose of showing tho charac
ter of tho witness who made tho statement
u roferonco to myself, which I will now
Mr. Schurz pressed his brotbor-in-law
upon the Prcsidont. and obtained for him
a lucrative office, and when Mr. Trumbull
caifted his removal upon statements im-
pcaciiing nis iitnes9, Jir. schurz raged
against tho President for removing his
brother-in-law. Mr. Trumbull seems to
bavo procured appointments for his
brotbor-in-law, his sons, and his nephews,
and ho broke, it is said, with tho Presi
dent, becauso he refused to appoint Mr.
Trumbull s son to an office."
Mr. Schurz disclosed tho foctin tho Scn
ato last month that his brothcr-ln law.
Mr. Jusscn, was appointed Collector of
Internal Revenue, at tho instanco of citi
zens of Chicago, without pressuro from
him, and tho statomcntthat I procured or
desired his removal is without tho slightest
lounuation. Tho urnt intimation 1 had
that ho was to bo removed came from tho
nomination of his successor.
THE CASK OF DR. JAYNE.
Tho appointment of my brother-in-law.
Dr. JayntT. as pension Agent at Spring-
iioiu, was recommended by prominent cit
izens ot tno btato, as wall as invsoli, und
especially urged by Senator Yates, whose
life long friend ho had boon, and J ay no,
i see uy mo papers, lias jusi been sus
...... .1 ... I . n r . . i . .
Ijuuuvt iium uiuuu, iut wiu ruusuu, uouuv
css, that he has refused to contribute of
his means and travel the country after
tbo manner of tho cabinet officers, elec
tiouoering for the re-election of tho Pres
ident. What a beautiful illustration of
tbo Presidents civil 6orvico reform is"
x never procured, nor did a son or
nopliow of mine over receive, un appoint
nientfrom General Grant, nor is it truo
inui i uroko Willi tne 1'roslucnt bocauao
ho did not appoint ray son. I liavo never
broken with General Grantimnvnorsonul
, .f WW 1 . . .
relations, no nas always treated mo well
enough. I do not think It best for tho
country that ho should bo ro-oloctcd Pres
ident, but that docs not Involve porsonul
hostility to him as it man.
I know no reason why a competent and
qualified person should bo excluded from
ollico because of hu relation to mo, but it
so happened that Dr. Juyne, who had Just
been suspended, and who was appointed
at tho Instanco of others rather than my
self, und whose qualifications no ono will
question, is tho only relatlvo ofmino over
appointed to an " office by Presidont
No other relatlvo over annlled to him
for an office so far as I um advised. My
son was recommended for a nosltion in tbo
T. 1 , . . ,
internal novenuo Liepartniout by someol
m Jioiuuna anu otuor Iricnds. Tho
papers, at I understood, wont to tho Com-
iiiusioner ot interna Kovonuo. and I
avo no linowlerl ftn fhfii flint u'nrn nvim
Uid before the President. To whtit straits
mo apoioguti of the President's nepotism
. i .. .7 uJ'von. wlle' l'oy seek to Justify
"'VftV 11,81 6inB' relative of ml no
began to accuse mo of being an office bci:
gar. as if that, if truo, would bo a cover for
tholr own obsequiousness, or an excuso for
continuing n vicious system : but I took
occasion In tho scnato to cxposo tho falsity
of this accusation, and showed that for
yehTt l n ad scarcely recommonded nny
Until Appointments to office nrn inknn
from fawning sonators and representa
tives who now virtually control mom,
and aro restored to tho executive, whero
tho constitution places them, I do not
look for any salutary roform in our civil
sorvico system, to secure which is ono ob
ject ot the .Liberal movement.
THK FINANCIAL IKSUE
Tho condition and management of tho
nnanaccs constitutes another Isjiio In this
campaign. Mr. Conkling, in his New
York apology, makes somo statements In
regard to our financial condition as void
oi truth as his statements to which I bavo
already alluded. lie says :
"Tho present Administration found
National debt of $2,700,000,000. During
Andrew Johnson's Administration tho
wholo reduction of this dobt was S18.CSB,.
To show how untruthful this slutomont
Is, I will read from the official report of
mo secretary oi tno treasury or uoccmbcr.
in,... . ,n , nn " '
i coo, pages iu uuu m ;
"It is thus shown that, wit.iln tho
porlod of thrco years and sovon months,
SG30.431. 123 were paid on debts which
woro actually duo at tbo close of tho war
and for bounties, which, liko tho pay of
tho army, woro a part of tho expanses of
tho war. Adding the amount thus paid
to tho debt, ns exhibited by tho books of
tuo treasury on tno lit day or April, 18G8,
it appears that tho dobt of tho United
States at that timu was $2,907,380,203, and
that tho actual reduction (sincel has been
S470,2CC,C50 and but for tho. advances to
tbo Pacific roads nnd tho amount paid
for Alaska, would have been $519,060d
Mr. Boutwoll, tho present secretary of
tho treasury, In a speech dolivercd In tho
Houso of Representatives July 21. 1808
" On the first of April. 1805. tho nubile
debt liquidated and ascertained, was $2,-
3bo,ouu,o'ju, and tno $i,wo,uoo,0oo, which
wo paid betwoon tho lirst of April, 1805,
anu tno urstoi .ninuary, ltsoe, would have
ocen Auumg to mo public dobt ns pronor
exponses ot thu war, If wo had not, out of
tno puunc rovonue irom day today liquid
ated it. In tho faoo of this great fact
that, in two years and nine months, by ex
traordinary euorts to bo suro, wo paid
81,000,000,000 of tho public debt, oro wo
to assuino that hereafter tho people of this
country nro nut annually to make consid
erable payment of the public dobt of tho
country? Almo.it one-third of the entire
public debt of the country has been paid in
two years ana tunc montm, and I am not
willing to Ptund on tho assumption that
wo shnll not make lurgo payments in each
That wus during Johnson s administra
tion, and that statement was mado by .Mr.
Boutwoll. Tho truth U, that tho dobt whs
much moro largely reduced during John
son's administration than it has been dur-
Grant s ; and another fact, not goner-
ally known, is that taxation was much
more largely reduced during his adminis
tration than it has been during Grant's.
Comments upon theso extracts is un
necessary. I hoy show how absurdly falso
is Conkling's statement that during John
son's administration tho wholo reduction
of tho debt was only 13,055,008.
Again, Mr. Conkling says: "In 1871.
the war dopartmont cost 22,370,981 28."
Tbo secretary of war. in his official re-
port of December last, says : '"Tho oxpon
dltures for tho year ending Juno 30, 1871,
(which Is tho same official year referrodto
by Mr. Conkling,) woro nbout $40,000,00."
Tho secretary of tho treasury, in his
last annual report, in giving tho expen
ditures of tho war department for tho
samo period, says: "The truo expendi
tures wore $ 44,080,084.05. '
Tho trcasuror ot the United States,
General Spinnor, states tho expenditures
on account oi tno army tor thu same period
lou may boilovo which ot tiieso state
ments you plcaso. All except Conkling's
aro official, and tho discrepancies show tho
manner in wuicu tho accounts of your
inonoy aro kept. That Mr. Conkling's
statement is ontltlud to no credit is mani
fest, for it is less than half of somo of tho
others, and agrees with none. The ac
counts ot tno receipts and expenditures ot
tho government are kept in such a man
ner, whether purposely or not 1 will not
uudcrtako to say, as to render it impossi
ble to say with certainty bow much money
is collected or expended. This enables
the friends of tho administration, by con
fusing tho accounts, to decoivo tho people
For instanco, Mr. Conkling states thu
running or ordinury expenses of tho gov
ernment for 18C0 ut "$01,402,408 04," and
tho sumo expenses for 1871 at 08,084,
C13 92, and then says tho ordinary expen
ses for ouch person in tho United States
wus less in 1871 than In I860.
Thu register of tho treoury, in his offi
cial report of last wintor, givos
under dlfl'urunt hoads thu ordinary
exponsos of tho government, each
year from its foundation to tho clo?e of
tho fiscal year of 1871, and hu states tho
ordinary expenses of tuo Govcrment for
1800 at 00,010,002 58, and for 1871 at
157,583,827 68. How different is this
statement from thnt of Mr. Conkling.
According to the register of thu treasury,
tho ordinary expenses of tho Government
In 1871 were more than twleo as much for
euch person in 1871 as thoy were in 1800.
Whom will you beliove, tho register of tho
treasury or Mr. Conkling?
bad received u appointment" 1
1 have had rJI-.tet
mcnts to ofilco for year,; so' lu' that
iricnds have complained' r . . ?!
Tho humiliation of seeing members of
Congress nanimi aronml ii... i
and beads of departments, begging for of-
inuiiu, uau uccome so disgusting
to me, so demoralizing to tho indi-pcnd-enco
of Congressmen, tho President and
heads of departments, and so detrimental
nU18U9"d(1CiVil ,ervIco V'18'".
a bill ,n,w,r,. ycar B. introduced
dution. toP oTtfttWV ,t0 mko reommen.
uutioni to office, and forbidding tho an
polntmentofany one who had pwcufed
The bill d Id no i, aBY?oni5fn',U3ftn;
were the senatorial1 bal B inl. afS
to take from them the spoil. $ offl and
purify tbo civil service, that they ffi,."
SUSI'KNSlON OV TIIK WItIT OK 11A11KAS
Ill Mr. Conkling's apology for tho
centralizing tendencies of thu present ad
ministration, in passing u law authorizing
thu president, in a timu of peace, to sus
pend tho writ of habeas cvrjmi, contrary to
thu constitution, which declares that thu
privilego of thu writ of habean corpus shall
not bu suspended, unless when, in ca.e of
rebellion or Insurrection, the public sufety
may requiro it, and In excuse for thu pas
sago of a law virtually placing tho control
of tbo elections In tho hands ot the presi
dent, so thut ho could re-elect himself, hu
Now soo what Mr. Conkling said, for
remembor I am putting on trial beforu this
intelligent audience onu of tho men put
forth to apologize for and defend tho Ad
ministration, und I am putting it to you
as tho triers to thu American poople, to
pass your verdict on tho statements, reck
lees, unsounded und untruthful, that thoso
men aro making to tho people. Cheors.
I bavo no appeals to mako to your pas
sIodh I doiiro to uttuck no man's personal
diameter, and would not havo said a word
nbout Mr. Conkling, except to contradict
ma siuiomenis, nau not no thought proper
to go out of his way to maku an unfounded
assuult upon me.
(IIIANT'H VIOLATION OF THAT LAW.
I havu referred to thesu apologies for tho
Administration, and I proposu now to
al nst .t'UA , curt,lln accusations
agul list this Administration which havo
not been apologized for, and for wl ch
there Is no excuse. I pr'o,)oeo to bring bo
fore you some of thn vi,'.i... u.rlnt .0"
Pre. dent himself. I li.wo IroVd7.,f
.... 1 ,f M
you tho disregard of law by thu rfe
ivy, i win now point vou
pavlolutlon of law by the secretary of
tho treasury, by which millions of money
were put Into the pockets offuvoritos, and
an equal burden put upon tbo people. I
know tbeso aro serious clmrgos, but I
stand ready and responsible to mako thorn
good beforu any intelligent audience. I
chsrgo tbo prcsidont of tho United Stales
with keeping In office, mon who havo
raised corruption funds to bribo Legisla
tures, and men who havo sought to break
Legislatures. Cheers. Do you ask for
tho Instances ? Yes." Timo will not
permit mo to give thorn all, but you shall
havo nn oxamploof eachofficor. Cheors
In 1870 tho congress of tho United States
passed n law declaring that no offlcor on
thonctivolislof tho nnnv should iinrform
htbo functions ofn civil office Thnt law
was approved by President Grant. It Is
on tho statuto books. In doflunco of its
plain provisions, ho has officers of thu
regular army, who aro on tho actlvo list,
performing tho functions of civil officers
every day in tho "Whito House, when ho
hinuolf is there. Genoral Porter act; ns his
privato secretary, nnd yet tho law provides
a private secretary for tho president, and
gives him a salary. Tho president has
appotntoa such an otiicor, u ion or tho lata
Stophcn A. Douglas, and notwithstanding
no is tno privato secretary, uenerni 'or
tor, an officer of tho rcirular ormv. per
forms tho functions of tho ofilco of private
secretary evory uay. Can you expect tne
peoplo to observe the laws of tho land, can
you expect secretaries, and othor officors to
oboy tho law when tho president hlmsolf
sets mo law nt deflanco i
Do you want an oxamnlo of a violation
of the law by tho secretary of tho treasury?
You may remember you certainly do
uiui congress, (onto two years ago, author
ized tho secretary of tho treasury to refund
it portion of the dobt of tho United States.
by exchanging six por cent, for flvo por
cont. bonds, dispose of any of tho llvo per
cent, uonus lor less man par, and it pro
vided also, that half of ono per cent, should
uo tuo extent oi tno exponses to bo In
curred In making tho exchange. Undor
this law, which forbado tho salu of bonds
for less than par. Secretary lloutwcl
entered into nn arrangement with what ho
called "Syndicate," mado through tho
first national bank of "Washington, by
which he agrcod to soil, and did sell, in
tho month of August last. S109.000.000 of
these fivo per cont. bonds, on credit of
tnreo montiis. Tiioy woro drawing inter
est un tno lime, anu tne six por cent, bonds
were out drawing intercstduring tho samo
timo, making eleven por cent. Interest
thnt you paid for ninety days; you paid
moro thon that, but I stato it in thVt form,
as It Is slmplor nnd more easily under
stood. Now thero wns a pretense for this,
and what do you think tho pretense was?
Why, ho said to these gentlemen, "if you
will tnko there bonds I will constitute
your bank a depository of tho
amount of your subscriptions for
ninety days." That is to sav, vou
tuko 109,000,000 of theto bonds," and I
will leavo tho money paid for thu bonds
with you to operate upon or ninety days.
Tho truth was, my friends, no monov was
paid for tho bond at tho timo of tho sub
Tho llvo per cent, bonds wcro not de
livered. It was un ngrccmont on rmpor.
The secretary kept tho bonds, being ufraid
to deliver them over lest thoy should nover
bo paid for ; but ho allowed intotost on
them from the timo of tbo subscription
und went through tho fiction of constitut
ing tho bunk u depository for ninety dava
of 109,000,000 in coin which it did not
havo. I looked into tho official ronorts
nnd saw that tho first national bank did
not havo nny such amount of deposits. I
looked into Mr. Boutwoll's statements
made before the eommittL'0 on Ways nnd
Means, and found ho stated ho had secu
rity all tho timo for theso denoslts. nnd
thought It a strango proceeding. 1 knew
thero was a cheat about it somewhoroi
On the 9th of July last I wrote Mr. Bout
well this lettter:
Chicago. III.. July 9. 1872.
"Hon. George S. Boutwoll, Secretary of
"Silt In jour statomont before tho
ways and means committee at tho lust
session of congress, you say: 'In every
caso and at all times the treasury has bold
us security for tho bank certificates of de
posit on account ot subscriptions nn equal
amount of Government bonds.' Will you
. , . .. . .. ..
pieaso iniorm me wiicttior tuco bonds
so held by the treasury weru in any
instanco tho ntw five per cent, bonds
which havo been subscribed for but not de
livered; or whether othor Government
bonds wore deposited with tho treasury ns
security for tho bank certificates? 2.
"Whether tbu bunks subscribing to thu now
loan, and which woro mado depositories
of the public money, to tho extent of these
subscriptions, hiid tho amount of such
subscriptions in coin in tholr vuults or
nctunl possession at tho time they woro
made such depositories?
"Yours very respectfully,
Hero is the answer:
USsrSix and one-half .lbs.
Durant's A Coffco Sugar for
Ono Dolla ; Seven lbs. Now
Orleans Sugar forOne Dollar ;
three and one-half libs. Priino
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea
One Dollar per pound, and ev
ory thing proportionately cheap
at "WILEY & BIXBY'S.
;y Department, )
: of the becketaky, V
July 13, 187U. J
Sik In reply to you letter of tho lth
instunt, 1 have tho honor to sny thnt tho
bank nront llbortv to deposit, us security
for their subscription, any United States
bonds except thoso used In aid of railways,
and that the five por cent, bonds orginnl
ly hold wcro, from timo to time, delivered
to tho banks, and other bond taken as
security in tho place of them. That "from
timo to timo" 1 suppoto means after tho
ninety days. Now see what ho says about
money. Ho says that ho constituted them
depositories of this vast amount of coin be
cause thoo bonds could only bo sold for
coin. 1 havo made no inquiry, und am
not informed whothor bunks mukingsub
scriptions in coin hold nt tho tirno of malt
ing such subscriptions an amount of coin
oquul to tholr subscriptions or not.
Well, ho constituted tho bank u depot!,
tory; ho charged It with ndoposltof 109,
000,000 of gold, and ho does
not know whether it had it cont.
Laughter. Ho mado no Inquiry,
und ho undertook to imposo upon thu peo
plo a sham and ndevlco; and that is tho
wuy your Unancesaro managed by tho foc
rotury of tho treasury who is now, or has
recently boon, down in North Carolina
boasting of tho skill with which tho finan
ces of tne country nro munugod.
What think you of this government
practicing such a fraud ns to prctond It
had a lurgo nmount of coin on deposit,
when it hud nono? "Was not this transnc
Hon virtually a salo of theso bonds con
trary to law, on it credit of ninety duys,
nnd allowing thoso parties to havo thu in
torest that accrued upon them in tho
mennwhilc, amounting to n million nnd a
qunrter of dollars, which you havo got to
pay? AVns that a salo of tho bonds nt par?
hy not havo sold tho bonds on a credit
of six months, or six yours, und permitted
tho bank thut subscribed for them to
draw interest on tho bonds in thn menn
tlmo without paying for thorn? Now I ask
VOd if tho snprntnrv nf lm in ,1...
v .... j w. ..... it.H.uij uuen
not stnnd before you to-night convicted of
i tl , r .. f . I . , . ....
iiuiiuiuu 01 wiu iuw unuor winch ho
Dyspepsia Dkstkoys tiik Teeth. Un
less ItH oilVetl nrn rniltilnrnr.tn.1 lit !...
. ...w ..... V. . 1 1 U .
pure vegctablo tonio nnd untlseptlc So.o-
j'urw. uuuuy ujiuuso can impair tnem
if this antldotn to nil mrrr.ali'n nl,
that act upon tho onnmol is regularly ap-
AVo respocttully inform tho citizens
ot Cairo and vicinity that wo shall open
on or about tho 1st of September, 1872, in
Nell's now brick building on Eighth
trect, with un entire now nnd olegant
Hock of dry goods, clothing, etc.
8-10 u- Blum & Amhon.
C. Hanny wishes tlie
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined to sell every articlo
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
Our ironic Advertisers.
XTvW I'TJIXITURK STOHIv'.
havo opened u New furniture Mori' on
t'olimiert'ial uvi'lillt', nppooltr Scrnth
Mivot. inui re-pecirully rallatlelitloii
of thu rltlzciH of Cairo anil ur
rounding rountry to their
I.AltGi: AND CO.MIM.KTi: AWOIIT.MKNT
All new, ami warniiited of the
TIIK VERY II EST M A X U FA CT U I i K
Tlioy L'li.'iranti'i' Mitl-fai'tiou both In price
anil quality of gooiN.
IHr;ail on mem iierore you make v
tvri ii i mi.
Cairo Box and Baskkt Co.,
.Manufacturer- of and Dealer In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK A XI) WALNUT
LUMBE IR, .
Having the sole right In thN city to n.p the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the bcht I'atent Kiln extant, w it arc epe-
ciauy prrpareu 10 iuriiiii hi all tunc, on
the fehortcfet not let',
THOROUGHLY SKA.SONKI) I.U.MIiKR.
Attention Is called to our stock of
A X I)
Lumber delivered to unv part of the city.
Orders received jit the oftlee of
S.UTORD, MORRIS. t CANDKK,
or ut that of the company, corner of Sixth
street and Ohio levee. uuirf.'d.'iin.
Henry II. .Meyer. William Stoiier.
MEYEK & STOXER,
llou-p, Sign ftinl Steamboat
Decorating in Oil or Watcr.Colors ; Kalzo
mining anil I'aper Hanging; draining anil
.Marbleing or every description ; dilillng In
uvery style, plain and ornamental.
l'artlcularattcntioti paid to (ilam Gliding.
Orders solicited for .Scenery, Fresco and
Manner Painting. Fancv Class, Show Cards,
Gild. Plain and ornamental.
Call ut tho Shop ami examine our work
Old Pictures- renewed or copied. Satisfac
13T.V11 work entrusted to our care will be
promptly attended to.
Shop In Thomas's, old stand under the
Perry House, comer Commercial ave. anil
8th street. 7.10 tl.
-N'KAV HAKNKSS SHOP.
Has opened a llarii(s Shop on Washiliirtou
Avenue, between Tenth unit Kleventh
Streets for the purpose of JIANl
FACTURING all kinds of
DOUBLE & SIXCiLE IIAKXESS
Haltkhs, ilium.):, &c,
Which he keeps on sale or will make to
order. His motto Is : "Good Mock, good
work, and Justice to all men."
All kinds of repairing done with neatness
mid dispatch, tilvu him a trial, vou will
find lie don't proposo to "Stand on a home
Bust In tlio United Htates. Wfttnr Coolurn, Toilul
setts, I X h Frecsers, Hits anil Hponte linths,
faces, Ilruss, Copper anil Knamelled Warn, Ilrlt
anln nnl planlilieil Wnre, Jannniwl Ware nf
every description, nmlu uneneml n.iortinrnt of
stntnpAd tno. Is.
AmoBKOlhers 1 beep tliBjiullyccluhrated
It is useless to mention thnir superior nualllles
they speak lor themselves throughout tho
I manufacture everything In Tin, Sheet Iron, and
C'oppsr Ware out ol the very best material, nnd
have no hesitation in stating that I have a Urger
and moro complete assortment of goods men
tioned than can bn found in thn city.
Country dealers will find it to their Interest lo
call and examine btfore nuichaslmr elsewhere.
Jobbing, homo guttering, and all outside work
promptly attended to. 7). W. HENDERSON,
Btl 190 nominfrolal HVenun. Cairn. HI.
FOR LAMBS, MEN AND CIHI.DltK.V,
Kionni St., Ut, Com. & Wash.,
lias Just opened it new and stylish csiiih
lUhmcnt, fully up to tho times, mid Invites
old customers and new, ladles, children ami
all, to favor him with their patronage,
t3TAll work done In the Lutest Style.
lnnuipnl Offico 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
TIIK ONLY IIKMAMjK OIKT DIHTItlllt'
TION IN TIIK COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed In
Xj . 3D. S X 3ST 33'S
To bo drawn Monday, SeptunVr Old, 187.2. ,
O.vk Ghand Capital or
5; OOO IILST Q-OLD !
Two Prlzos $1,000 f
Two Prizes COO 5. OltKKNIJAOKS
Flvo Prizes 100 5-
Ono family Carriage and Matched Horses with
Mirer. Mounted Harness, wortli 1 1,5"),
One llorsonnd Uuguy wllli SlWer-Moiintcd Har
ness, worth tv
One lino-toned Kosewood I'i.ino, worth $.'0.
Five family sewing machines, oith SlKlcocli.
THold nn.l silver lever hunting watches, north
from !20 to SJUOeach. Ladli s gulilleotlnoclial.is,
geat's got I Test chains, solid and doublo lilated
filter table and teavponns photograph albums,
Jewelry, etc., elo.
Whole number ol gilts, C.OOO. Tickets limited to
Aufntn wanted In sell tickets to whom liberal
premiums will lo paid.
Mcgie tickets one dollar j six tickets five dol
lars; twclrn tickets, tin ilollarsj tnenty-tlte
Circulars eontaming n fiill list of prlie", adc
scriptlon of the muiiiier ot drawing, ami other
Information in refeien.'n lo the distribution, m III
b sent In nny ono ordering thi'in. All letters
must be addressril to 1.. It. MINI:, llux, to.
nrrlrr, Cincinnati, 0.
nn ttesisin si. notr.w.tuiv
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Lkoalizkd iiv Statk Autiioiutv and
DltAWN IK l'L'tlLIO IN St. LoUIt.
Qrnnd Singlo Xumber Scheme.
Class II, 10 iik Diiaw.v AtiR.ill, 187'J.
C,880 Prizes, Amounting to 5300,000.
! Prliesof t loo
of. 13.4 VI
of lU.Oi J)
of .. 5W
Tickets $10; Half
Tickets, 5i Quarter
Ticket', yj fit).
Our lotteries are channel l.r the State, are
always urawn ai me ume naineti, anu au iiraw
lugs are under the eiipcrtitiOD of sworn com-
The oliictal drawing will l published In the
St. Ixiu W papers und rt copy sent to purchasers
We will dmw a similar scheme the last day of
eyery month during the year IST'i.
uemuni our nsK lurmmte money oruer,
regisiereu leiier, ihrii or c
r. u. uox xiiti,
xpri s -end for cir-
V, MII.I,i;ili CO,,
Bl. I.OUIS, .MO.
Vi A N T Bll, AOKSTSI
SlOOtoliSo per month, everywhere, malo and
lemaie, 10 inironucu ine me isi-i imnroie.i,
most simple and nei'ect hllUTTLIS SKIVING
MACHINK eter Inrentid. We elullcnje the
world to competo w itli it Price orjly J18 00, and
fully warranted for fle )ears, making tne
KlastIC Lock Ptltch, alike nn Ix.tli sides. The
same as all the uier. priced shuttle
machines. Also. tho celebrated and
latest COMMON HENSK K A M I L V h E V I NO .MA
CHINE. Price only 1S u, ami fully warranted
tor rive iears. These machines will stitch, hem,
fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider
Pi n most superior manner. And are warranted
to do all work that can be done nn any high.priccd
machine In the world. Kor circulars and terms
address H. WVNKOOI' A CO., SOU Itlde aveuuo
P. O. Ilox.2720 Philadelphia, Pa. t BJ. 3mw
An Atrent, main or female. In eery town-hip
to sell th(! OM.V slulidurd book of the kind
"YOUMA.VAN'S DICTIONARY OK KV-
LltY DAY WANT.-,"
eoutaliiliif,' 'J0,isj(i Heeeipts In uerj- drpart
ment of human ell'ort. elf") peryear saed
to every one who ha-It. i:erv bodv want
It. Kvnitv iiodv nt'Vs IT as .onn as nilercil.
40 per week, sure. KXTRA 'l'i:i!.M.-.
Agents will miss It If tliev do not inMri
(-ontlnental i'ublMiiiifs Co., 51.'! N. 'Ixth
Street, .-"t. Louis. u-Jim.
I'AII. a. NCIIL'II, Ag'l.
SI.MILIA SI.MILIBUS CURA-N'TUR
HAVE prored, from the moH ampl exper
ience, an entire success! hnnple Prompt
Ethclvnt nnd Rellnbln. They aro tho only medi
cines perfectly adapted lo popular use o sim
ple that mistakes cannot bn made In usln thern;
so harmless us lo be free from danger, and so
etHclcolss to bo alwajs reliable. They Imfe rais
ed the highest coinmendatloiis from nil, and will
rdways render satisfaction,
1, Cures IVvcrH, congestion, lnltaintnations il't
't, " VVorinti, worm lever, worm colic 'ii
3, " 'i-yliii;.collo or teething ol infants...
I, " lllrrliuea, of children nnd kJults...'
ti, " Ityxciilery, griping, lelioiis colle
'., " 'liilerii-iTi(iiliu, vomiting.... .
7, " Clioleru. colds, bronoliltii 'SS
s, " Ncur,.lglll, tootluche, faoeaclie....'.'"
I', " Iviulnrlirs, sick heidiiclie. tertlgo''i
to, " lljrNitfiln' b.lioiis stomache. H
11, " Hniiirfiiicl,orpiilnlul periods W
ti, " M'lifUx. too profuse periods
13, 'roup, cough, dlllicult liresttung...'Jf
14, " Suit ltlieiiiu, Erysipelas, Eruptions25
", " ltficiimiitlNin, rheumatic pauu -
In, l-t'verniul AKiiP.ehlll leer,aguesM
17. " IMIes), blind or bleeding to
IN, " Slphtlilrmy, and sore or wenlc eyet.5
l'J, " atiirrli, aouie or chronic, InlliienraM
" AnIIiiiiii, oppressed broathing ..W
'1, " l.lir iiiitciiiirKca, liiimuro.l nearingw
11 m'roftllii. enlarged glonds, swelling
21, 11 Uencrul Ilebllll', physical weak-Mi
SlrnnHvnml scanlvHecretlons &0
Neu Sli'kntxiM.slekness from ridliisU)
Klilney-DlHoaNe, Oravel . ...All
JervoiiN iieiiiiiiy, seminal en.is-
Hions.lnoluiitarv discharges .1 00
I'l vo;ilojtss,wlth one 82 vial of powder
very necessary in serious cases... 5 tM
More Moiitli, canker 60
llrluiirv WfiiltnesiH, wetting ted.i
I'ltlul'ul I'rrlotlH, withspasms.....&i
NiillcriiiKNi'tchiingtt of lire ...1 00
IHptherlu, ulcerated sore tliroat .VI
Of an to UO Inr( vlulN, iiioroct'ii
orrwNPwoml cuho, eonlaluiiik-a
Niecllle for overy orillnnry ill-
iikeii riimlly IsNiiliJeet to, anil
liwoksj ofillreelloiix ....from S10to25
smaller t'nisilly andTravPllsiKcn.es,
jo.to 68 Mais irom Bi! to 88
rtpeciriQ lor all I'l'lviitei ItUciihPN,
lioth for (.'iirlni; ami ror 1'rovcn.
llvo treatment, in vials arm pocket
eases ! lu 5 Ot)
Cures Iliirns, Ilrulsef, Lameness, Soreness, fiore
I Mront, Sprains, Toothache, Earjche, Neuralgia,
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Piles, Jloils, Htiui(s,born
Kjea. lllce ling of the Lungs, Nose, Btomuch, or
of 1'ilcs, Corns, Ulcers, Old Sores.
Price, floi., M ids, ; Pints, 1 W; Qimrls, Jl 75.
" llieso remedies, except Pond's Extract, by
Ihecasoor single box, are noil to any part of Iho
country, by mail or express, frco of charge, on
receipt of lliu price,
HOMEOPATHIC MEHICINB CO.
Ofilco and Depot, No. 60J Ilronlway, Now.Vork,
FOIl SALE IIV I', a, SCHUH, CAIItO, Ills,
Wo are prepared to JiirnUh uniform- lo
GRANT CLUBS AND
to any number ordered, for $1 -lo n complete
outilt; Cap, Capo, Torch with Stick, and
Flag. Send order nt nneo to
HAND A: MKTJ5KK,
.10 Market St., up Mulls. CHICAGO, JIX.
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
ItOllEIITWOOtl. THOS.H. HOOT.
ItOHKUT WOOD & CO.
1,111 Itidge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa,
-FOUNTAINS- -KI.OATINtl HtTANV-
SJTATIIAKY - U'ATEIt LILIE1-
I'nr Di'CorTing I'otintsiin,
HIIOIH, CIIA1K3, HETI EKS, Ao Ao,
NEW STYLE WltOUOllT-IUON ItAILINd for
Front of Houro and Uameterles, Never boforo
CAST AND U'ltOltflllT.ltmsl inlr IVfiu t.-..
Piilillo Hulldlngs nnd Snuares. Cetneterr Lots.
and Oardcu Fences, tlalconlcs, Hoof Crestlngs,
elc, in great tarltty of Patterns.
IltllN MTA I ItH, Spiral nnd straight, ol Tarlotis
1 iillerns and stylos. Special attention given this
class of work
LAMP POiTH, for Fronts of Pubilo Buildings.
Hotels, and City Streets, ol Plain and Elaborate.
STAPLE FITTINOS.ofCastand WroughMrou,
ol New Improved Styles, such ns Hay Hacks,
tall Divisions, Hangers, Harness Urackot, Out
ters, Traps, Ventilators. Asc.
WIHB WOBIC of every description. Wiro
fiimrds of Crimped Wlre.aalvaulied or Painted,
in I'laln or Ornamental Patterns, for Store Poors
or Windows, Kactory and Warehouse Windows,
Mailings for Olflces, Hanks, Counter Railings,
llnlconles, Lawn ind Farm Fences, Ac., Ac.
OATES for entrniico tj Cemeteries. PabP
Siunres nnl Oentlemeii's Country Bests, of Oss
Tubing or Wrought. Iron, loth single and double
In elaborate And simple designs, '
IJHINKINO FOU.SIAINH, lor street uses. A
very lare assortment of designs expressly for
(AST-lltON t'KINAI. HOXE3, for public parks
lid ctv streets.
OVAL VAHEH, Islest styles, centennial pattern.
Ill I Oil I NO i'.liTH, Jockey, Coolie, Sambo ami
pialn designs. 4 6 rod-Cm.
Dyspepsia or Iiiillctestlon, Headache, I'aUj
n the Shvulderli. Coughs. TlgbtncM of the Chest.
Mnraar Hitters are not a vile Fancy Drink,
made or Poor Hum, Whisky, Proof spirits md
ltcfusa Llrjaors. doctored, spiced, and sweetened
to please the taste, called "Tonics," "Appetizers,"
" Restorers," Ac, that lead the tippler on to drunk
i nncM and ruin, but are n true Medicine, made
from tho native roots and herbs of California, free
from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They arc the Great
lilood Purincrand a Ufe-givlng Principle, a Perfect
Innovator and Invlgorator of the System, carrying
off all poisonous matter and restoring the blood
to a healthy condition, enriching It, relreshlog and
Invigorating both mind and body. They are easy
of administration, prompt In their action, certain
In their results, sale and rellablo In all forma or
V" 'ersori can lake, these Hitters accord
ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison
or other means, and the tltal organs wasted beyond
IUD VIU Ml I I'l'UII.
Dizziness. Knur i?mr!.i! Irina nt Hia Hf.m,M. ti.l
Taslc In the Mouth. Unions Attacks, Palpitation of
the Heart. Inflammation of the Lungs, l-alti in the
region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, arc the on"spnnesof Dyspepsia. In these
complaints It lias no equal, and ono bottle wUI
prove a letter gnarautee of lu rairlta than a
I'nr IVinuIr ( iiinplnlnls, In young pr Old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or
..lu .um ui -, ihcwi luum liuicra display so u
ndeil an ItiRue&ce that a marked lmpnn ement Is
I'nr Inltniiimntnr)-ami Chronic Ilheu
inntUiii and liout. Dyspepsia or Indigestion. 1311
lotis. Hemlttcnt and Intermittent Fevers. Diseases
of the Wood. Uvcr, Kidneys and Hladder. these
Hitters hate been most, succensful. Such DhtciMS
are cause.1 by Vitiated Mood, which It generally
produced by derangement of the Dlgestlte Organs.
They-nre n (Irntle Purgative ns well a
a Tonic, posses-dug also the peculiar merit of act
lug as a powerful agent lu relieving Congestion or
Inflammation of the Ltrcr and Visceral organs and
lu lilllous Disease.
For hkln Dlsenses, Ernptlons. Ttttcr, Salt
Ithciim, lilotches. Spots, nmple.s, pustules. Polls.
Carbuncles, Itlng-worms. hcald-Head, Sore Kjis
.rJlircla Itch. Scurfs, Dlsroloratlona of the skin.
Humors and DHacs of tho Skin, of whatever
namo or nature, arc literally dug up and canted
out of Iho arstem In a short time hy the use of these.
Hlttcra. One bottle in such cases win conrpjce, tho
most Incredulous of their curative effects.
C'lenn (he Vltlnlrit Illootl whenever you
End Its impurities bursting through the akin in
lluiplcs. Eruptions, or oores . cJtane It when you
nnd It obstructed ami sluggish in the veins; cleanso
It when 11 Ls roul ; your fn.-llngs will ten you when.
Keep tho blood pure, and tho health of the system
Grateful Thousands proclaim Viscaan HIT
wtu the most wonderful Invlgorant that ever ns.
talncd the sinking system.
IMii, Tnpr, nnii oilier IVnrnia, lurking lu
tho system of no many thousands, aro effectually
destrojed and removed. Sajs a distinguished
physiologist : There ls scarcely an Individual on tho
face of tne earth whose body Ls exempt from tM
presence, or worms. It is not upon the hcaltnr.
elements of the body that worms exLst, but upon '
the diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed
theso living monsters of disease. No system ot
medicine, no vermifuges, no anthclmlnltlcs, wilt
free the system from worms like these Hitters.
dlrc-linnlrnl Diseases. Persons engaged in
Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Tpe
acttcrs, Cold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance
In lire, arc aubject to paralysis of the Powels. To
guard against this, take a dose of Wlkeu's Vis
liu is IIitteks twice, a week.
milium, Itenilltriil, ami Inlrrinllteul
Fevers, which arc so prevalent In the valleys of
our great rivers throughout the I'nlted States,
especially thoe of tho Mississippi, Ohio. Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas. Hed.
Colorado, Ilrazos. Rio Crande, Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Hoanoke, James, and loany
others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and Autumn,
and remarkably so during Masons of unnsual heat
and dryness, aro Invariably accompanied by exten
sile derangements of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a
purgative, exerting a powerful Influence upon these
various organs, Is essentially necessary. There Is
no cathartic for tho purpose equal to Dk. j. Walk.
Kit's YiN'Etuu Hitters, as they will epsedlly
remove the djrk-colorcd viscid matter with whicu
the bowels arc loadul. at the same time stimulating
tho secretion of tho liver, and generally restoring
tho healthy functions of tho digestive organs.
Scrorula, or King'a F.vll, Whito Swclllbiis,
Clcera, Erysipelas, swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial
Affections, old Sores. Eruptions of the Skin, Sore
Eyes, etc., etc. In these as In all other constitu
tional Diseases. Walker's Visr.mn hitters barn
Miown their great curative nowera in tbo iooh
obstlnato nnd Intractable cases.
Dr. Wnlker'a California Vlnegnr IUl
tera act on ail theso cases In a similar manner.
Hy purifying tho Hlood they remove the cause, and
by resolilng away the effects or tho inflammation
(the tubercular deposits) tbo affected parts receive
health, aud a permanent cure is effected.
The priiperllra of Dr. WALKER'S VlSEOlK
Hitters nro Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative,
Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative. Counter.
Irritant, Sudorltlc, Alterative, and Antl-llllioua.
The Aprilriu and mild I.aiatho properties
of Diu WsLKEii'fl Vineoaii IIitteiui aro the best
aafc-guard lu casca of eruptions and malignant
fevers. Their balsamic heullng, nnd soothing pro
perties protect tho humors of tho ranees. Tnelr
Sedatlvo properties allay pain In tho nerrons sys
tem, stomach, and bowels, from InCaminatloo,
wind, colic cramps, etc.
Their Conntri-.Irrllunt Influence ex-
tends throughout tho system. Their Antl-Blllaus
properties stimulato tho liver, In tho secretion of
bile, and It dlsclyirges through the biliary ducts,
and arc superior to all remedial agents, for tho enm
of unions Fever, Fever and Ague, etc.
Fortify the hotly against illiease by
purifying all Its muds with Vinegar Hitters, so
epidemic can take hold of a system thus foro-armed.
Ulreetlons. Take or the Hitters on going to
leil at night from a half to one and one-half wine
glassful. Eat good nourishing food, euch as beef,
steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vege
tables, and take out-door exercise. They aro
oompoM-d of purely vegctablo Ingredients, and
contain no spirit.
11. II. McDOXALD Ai CO.,
Druggists and lien. Agts., Sau Francisco, Cal., A
tor. of Washington and Charlton sta., N.V.
SOLD HY ALL DHUGdlSTS & DEALERS.
' b-'JI tlArw lin.
UATCJIULOR'S HAIR DYE.
This superb hair ilyo is tho host In the
world perfectly harmless, rellnhlo mill In
stiilitnneoiis, .NiMllkiiiipolutini'iit. Thegcn
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Aildresf.HOWAItl) ASSOdlATIOX, No.
'J South Mnth Kt., Philadelphia, l'a. an In
htltiition havliii,' it high reputation fur honor
able conduct nnd professional skill,
A victim of early Indiscretion, cnusmg rerrotuy
debility, premature deriy, etc, having tried In
vain every advertised remedy, has discovered
simple means of self.curo, which he will send
liee to his fellow auUerors, J, H. Ilee ci, No, 78
eel, New York,