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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1872.
JOHN II. OHKHLY, Editor ami Publisher.
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FOR TICK fRKSIDKNT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
for auditor of ronuo accounts.
FOR 8TATK TREASURER,
CUAHLES N. LAN I'll IEB.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNEHAL,
JOHN B. EUSTAt E.
FOR CLERK 8VFREMR COURT NORTHERN
FOR CLERK 8LTREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BKUWN.
FOR CLERK OF 8LTHE.ME COURT SOUTHERN
K. A. D. WILUANKS.
FOR C0N0RK9S EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
OEOROE YV. WALL,
of Terry County.
MEMBER nOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN II. OBERLY.
We arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election In
We arc authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Al
exander county, at the ensuing election In
TOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce H. W.
WEUU, ES(J., a a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We arc authorized to aunounco P. II.
1'orE as a candidate for County Attorney at
he ensuing November election.
We arc authorized to announce PETER
SAUr a! a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
We arc authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRVIN a a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ol Alexauder county.
We arc authorized to announce JOHX
II. OOSSMAN as a candidate for rc-elcctlon
to the office of Coroner, subject to the Uecl
ion of the Democratic Convention
ceis. Mr. Stowart pronounce! emphatical
ly bit perfect confidence that tho election of
Oreoloy will not Involve tho country In
monetary difficulties and lay ho never
could loarn that there had over boon any
special policy presented undor Grant's ad
ministration, and that a contlnuanco of
Boutwell's loose way of managing tho
public funds would not only novor lead to
tho resumption of specie payment, but
would loave overy morchant
in tho country at tho mercy
of tho cold gamblers. General Grant's
confidence in Mr. Stewart was such that on
his accossion to tho presidency, Mr. Stowart
was asked by Grant to becomo a member
of his cabinet. Four years have made no
change in Stowart's charactor or business
ability, and his endorsement of n presi
dential candidato is ontitlcd to as much
respect now, whon it Is given to Greolcy,
as It was whon it was glvon to Grant.
THE ELECTIONS TO-DAY.
Tho three great states of Pennsylvania,
Ohio and Indiana to-day hold state elcc
Hons, and the people of tho whole country
will wnit for tho result with strong anil-
cty. Tho prospects for tho success of tho
Llboral ticket In Pennsylvania orooncour-
aging. Buckalow, tho standard bearer of
tho Liberal party, a man of high moral
worth and great porsonal popularity Is
opposed to Hartranft, on the Grant ticket,
a man who, in public life has proved him
self tho prnce of trickstors whoio manage
ment of public money has been so dishon
or that he is repudiated by the best mon
of his own party, who will givo their votes
with scarcely an exception to Buck-
ale w. In Ohio, tho prospects
aro bright. Ttio liberal managers
thero-promiso us a majority of forty thous
and. With singular unanimity tho
Democrats and Libornls havo worked
fur tho success of the groat cause, and the
self-sacrifico of the Democrats and fair
dealing of tho Liberals aro to bo rewarded
by u crowning victory. In Indiana, tho
Liberals aro confident of victory. Tho
campaign has been earnest and enthusias
tic and in ipito of the largo frauds which
will bo practiced by the importation of
negro voters and otherwise, there is every
reason to bclievo that the result will bu
largely favorable to tbo Liberal ticket. A
Liberal victory to-day in Pennsylvania,
Ohio and Indiana, unsures the success of
Horace Greolev in November.
Anour two thousand Washington ne
groes havo left Washington City to vote
to-day in Pennsylvania.
Gen. JuiialEakly of Virginia has de
clared for Greeley and Brown. Gen
Eirly hat been ono of the most influen
tial Bourbon Democrats in his state.
Secretary Boutwell temporarily re
sumed his official duties In Washington
yesterday. They will be discontinued
again shortly, while Boutwell eng-iges in
the work of electioneering fur Grant.
Blaine said in his Cleveland speech
that tbo expenses of the Maine campaign
had been only twelve thousand dollars to
the Radicals. In Indiana it is cottin
them about three dollars per day for thet
imported negro voters alono.
The death of a man's grandmother Is
not usually a matter of very much impor
tance to him. But a man's grandmother
diod in Cincinnati a few days ago, and
left to the man a legacy ot twenty thou
sand dollars. Tho man himself cannot be
found, having dlsipponred during tbo
war. His namo is, or was, George Wi.
liams, and his grandparent's legacy is
waiting for him whenever ho shall appear
to claim it.
TwohuadroJ and ninety-five thousand
dollars was tbo amount received by
Speaker Blaine fur his direction of the
Union Pacific stock frauds in Congress.
Tho New Yurk'Timm' squirms undor
tbo proof of the facts furnished by the
'Trlbuno' and Blaine In a speech at
Cleveland denies in toio tbo whole charge
of complicity with tho Credit Motiller scan
dal. The denial will go for little. Tho
man who mixes himself up in a scheme to
rob tho country of millions ot dollars, has
not such a tender conscience but that be
will lie out of the consequence ofhls dis
honesty when occasion requires. Blaine,
who went into congress a poor man, is
now a millionaire. The question of how
he made his money, takou In connection
with the late revelations of O.tkes Amos,
ii an Interesting ono to the public.
8TKWAHTS OPINION OF GREE
LEY. A.T. Stewart, of New York city, ono of
the most, If not the most, tuccesrful busi
ness man in the country, has been Inter
viewed on the subject of Greeley's fiti.css
for tbe presidency and the financial pol
icy of tbe administration. A financial
crisis in lb event of Mr. Groeloy's elec
tion bu been prophecied by many small
tKMker, who have not tbe ability to con-
an nrdlnar builntll with tun
VICTORY ASSURED IN OHIO.
That the entiro confidence manifested
by the Liocrals in Ohio of a glorious vic
tory thcro to-day is well founded, Is
proved by tho following from tho Colum
bus 'Statesman.' Tbe Liberals in tbe
Buckeye state went Into tbe campaign
determiuud to win. They have fought a
good fight, and deserve success:
Tbe authentic hour has come when wis
dom telU us that the mutt secret of tbe
cuiiunltteu riK)iu' hitherto hidden iecrey
may with frankness be made known. Itu-
lluiitie: the examplu ot our ureal
ctilel, who, with un.eali'd hpt, utters
Ins tnneruiott thoughts, those tu
whoio bauds Lave been commuted bis in
terests in Ohio have coiimiljilutied us to
transmit tu all tidini! f ureal jov. to till.
huur Known only tu tnem. fvr the nr.t
limu in the uiilury ot political contests in
this slate, an Herculean labor bus unen ac
cuuiplithod which has hitherto bufilcd the
best euorls ut Its hardest worked men
Aided by that division of labor resulting
trom tue lurtunate concentration ot tho e!
TWO E.VKROETIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES,
These managers hnve wrought out a work
wblcn will crown Ibrin with lasting re
now ii. The work is nothing less and the
labor nothing lighter than a complete and
coinprehentive poll ol every ward, town-
hip and school district in tbe State of
UUIu. Absolutely accurate lists of the
names ot all the legal voters have been
made out by wards, or rather sub-divisions
ot ward., and school districts;
each voter has been visited, tbe names
of tboso who aro against us buve
beeu checked off, tho balance has been
struck by perfectly trustworthy ugents
and forwarded by them to political head
quarters. These comprehensive returns
have bc-Hn classified by counties, the foot
ings of tho figures havu been added to
gether with immense labor and tbe grand
calculation carried out. Because tho
work tits been dono in secresv. It is not
the Jess, but moro thoroughly done.
THE COUNTRY WILL UE JOYOUSLY STAR
When they now first learn tbot tho crand
total exhibits a mulmity for Groelev. re
conciliation und reform larger than has
been cut against tho dominant party in
this stato for thirty yours! Tho precise
iimjoniy oy moso complete ami accurate
returns U foreknown. W bile wo do
nut choose to namo that majority vote,
wo do choose and underlako to
Hfllrm that it is tufliciently large to cover
all possible contingencies that rnny uriio
ueiween inn ana mo uecmve nour. A
victory, therefore, grand and overwhelm-
n g, is thus not only foretold, hut actual v
assured and absolutely foreknown I Thu
joyous morning of the day of triumph is
nov mnpiy uawningj u nas already
Mr. Bernstein laid his caio before Mr.
Seward, who promised that justico should
be done him; but no action had been
taken when Gen. Grant came into ofilce
In 18C9. Since thon Mr. Bernstein has
applied again and again for redres i. lie
has sent Humorous petitions to Secretary
Fish; his attorneys have besieged the
stato department for three years; but not
one word of atiswor has over been returned
to his memorials, and his most earnest ap
peals havo received no notlco whatover
irom this supine administration, rinauy
ho went to congress, and his caso was
brought to tho notice of tho senato in
March last by Mr. Sumner, but was
smothered, of course, in tho committee on
foreign relations, of which the chairman
Is Grant's Cameron. The story Is now
brought to tho knowledgo of tho Ameri
can people through an address delivered
at Louisville by Col. E.S. .Shorter.
Thero aro lens of thousands of natural
ized citizens visiting Europo overy ycor
with just such papers of protection hs
thoso hold by Mr. Bornstcln. What hope
havo they that, in caso they should full
Into trouble, tho ndmlnitrnt1on of Presi
dent Grant would romo to their relief, or
condescend even to answer their petitions?
Contrast Grant's shameful neglect of nat
uralized Americans Unvoting abroad with
tho decided action of former administra
tions in similar case. The time was when
no American president would havo dared
to disregard h complaint likotbaluf Bern
hard Bernstein, but General Grant belioves
thot the American people will lot blm do
HARLAN ON GRANT.
From the New York Tribune.
The ttdminlitrulionists are so partial to
resurrecting tho sayings and doings of
other people, we propose to givo them a
trifle ot that tort of tnlng, once in a while.
Herewith wo print Mr. James Harlan's
honest opinion of Grunt when tbo ulore
said Harlan was in the United Slates
From the Congressional Globe, MayO.lSOS.
"Mr. Harlau Mr. President, to far as
the remarks of tbe senator from Ohio (Mr.
Sherman), may havu been intended to de-
lend the troops ui mat statu irom unjust
aspersions, I have nut a word to say.
But that part ot t Is speech
which may have b.-en intended to bolster
up tbe reputation of General Grant, I
think may liavo an injurious effect in tho
future, and I rise to repudiate overy word
lie has said that may have that tendency.
From all 1 can learn on the subject 1 do
not think General Grant is fit to command
a great army in the field. Iuwh bad eleven
regiments lu the held at tho battle ul l itis
burg Landing. He can never make ono of
those men believe that General Grant is fit
tu command. The lowulrooops
havo been in battle repeatedly tinder the
command of General Grant; they
have no confidence in his capacity
niid fitness for the high position he now
holds. They regard liim as tho author of
the ueoless slaughter of many hundreds
of their brave comrades in arms. It is not
necessary, nor is it right, to compel them
to servo under him. And the
only praclicul tendency of that part of the
speech ot the Senator Irom Utilo would be
to induce the presiueni lu assign i.im un
active command. This I cannot consent
to have done in the presence ot
my countrymen, maimed and slaugh
tered, as I believe, through his
carelessness and incompetency.
" If my convictions ore
correct, it would bt a crime for mo to re
main silent, and sutler influence to orig
inate in the senate chamber which may
result in restoring u general to an uctivu
command whom I and tho people I in
part represent deem unworthy of such a
" luwa has sent to the field about 20,000
troops. Ihey have behaved, 1 think, well
un every battle-field where they have ap
peared. As tar as 1 know, no town regi
ment has ever faltered in the discharge of
duty, however perilous-, 'iiielr numbers
havo been reduced by the casualties of the
field ind camp nearly one-fourth. They
gavu their lives witli firmness to aid in re
storing the supremacy of tbe laws. But.
sir, they believe, and I believe, thai u
large per cent, of this loss was Useless,
and is justly attributable to tbe careless-
ues ot General Grant. And he sbull not,
with mv contont, bo continued in com
mand. There is nothing in his antecedents
to justify u further trial or military skill
Al Belmont ho committed an egregious
and unpardonable military blunder, in ul
most unnimiaiing an lowa regi
ment. At rori Luneison the right
wing of our urmv, which was un
der hi immediate command, was defeated
and driven back several miles from tbe
uemy s works. The battle was restored
by General Smith, the enemy's works
were stormed, and thus u victory was
finally won. And so on tbe battle-field of
abilob, bis army was completely sur
prised, as, I believe, from ull the facts I
can procure, on sundav, and nothlni; but
the stubborn bravery of the men fighting
by regiments and brigades saved tbe
army from uttor destruction. The battle
was afterward restored and conducted by
General Buell and other generals', who
came on the field during the evening and
nigoi, ana our forces ultimately succeeded
in completely routing the enemy. Now,
sir, with such u record, those who continue
Genorul Grant in an activo command
will, in my opinion, carry on their skirts
the blood of thousands of "their slaughtered
countrymen. With my convietior.B I can
neither do it myself or silently permit it
to be dntio by others."
Mr. Harlan is now one cf tho most ab
ject admirers nf the general, who, in bis
opinion, in IbUS was incompetent and a
mere life-destroyer, who ought no longer
to havo an active command. Tho Grant
clique hold that if ho be not a groat states
man, he ts a great warrior, at least. .Mr.
Harlan, who now edit tho Washington
Chronicle, ' ought to havo sorno opinion
on this subject. What are thev? And
if ho makes lias to to eat dirt by saying that
his opinions about Grant were wrong in
16G2, is thnro not roason to suppose his
opinions about Grant in 1872 equally un-
irii'i wnrmv r
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THE CASE OF UERNSTEIN.
(From tho New York Tribune.)
In May, 1801, Hurnhard Bernstein, a
reputablu merchant of Chicago and citi
znn or the -United States, described in an
alhdavit befuru us as " n gentleman of
respectability In society," obtained a pass
port from 'ocretarv Sawnrd ,.,wi ,u i.. ..
. . -...i MIU140 U
voyage to Europe t vl.lt bis father In
Hutslan Poland. His passnort n. .1,.!..
by botli ibe
Prussian and Russian minsters, und on
lilt arrival in Poland waa deposited in Iho
hands of the Russian Provost Manhul
On tho 26th of October ho was arretted
at tho town or Jzliica (hit father s res!
denco), without having committed any
otfunte whatever, and was sent to tbo
common jail, whero he was suffered to
n main in the company of thieves and
other malefactors, until" his friends suc
ceeded iu obtaining his releato on bail.
ai mo one oi six months the passport
" semen irnm nun was re
turned, and he was allowed to return to
tho Unlti-d States. He never was tried,
and no charge was ever made against him
excpt that, having been born on the toll
of Poland, he bad eipatnated blmstlf and
bQOnj an JLmerieaa citlisn,
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rttiU Orotbertt Pitteat Dry Gaut Met
ind Moreuouae. Welle Go's Automatlo Watei
Hiaicstor sad bupply vaivs tor steam boners.
WMTlft'l SLOCK, OOMUBMUkVAYairU
Cash Gift .
Cash Olft .
Cash O t .
Cash (iift .
Cash dih .
Cash ('.in .
Cash Gift .
Cash (lift .
I Cash Gifts j.voicich
U CathGiftl. I.KSlca'.h
'oo ca. h
KOe . h
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
THOS. H. HOOT.
ROBERT AVOOD & CO.
1,111 ItldgA Avenue, PhlladelpHIa, Pa.
-FOUNTAINS- -FI.OATlNll HWANH
STATUAIIT -WATER LIU ES-
VERANDA 118, SUM MEIt HOUSED,
VltllOIW, CHAIItS, HETI'EKH, Ac, Ac.
NEW HTVI.E WltilUHIIT-IHON It A ILLS' (I for
Front nf llouvo ami Cvtnelerlcs. ever before
CAST AND WROUailT-IRON RAILINGS for
I'llldlo HillldliiKs nnd 8nuares, Cemelrrv Lots
and Onnlcii Fem es, llali'onles, Hoof Crestl'iirs
etc., in Kf't ailty of Patterns,
IRON 8TAIHH. Hulral and strAlght, ol various
, attorns nnd atjlos. Special attention elten this
ein.s of work,
LAMP l'OSI-H, for Fronts of I'ubllo Ilull.llnKs,
Hiilels, and City streets, ol Plain nnd Elaborate
8I AIILI: FITTING-l.ofCastand Wrotiaht.Iron.
ol New Improved HiTUs, such as Uy Itucks,
-tall liiTlslons, Mnnvors, Harness llrackets, Uut'
ters. Trips, Ventilaiors, sVe,
WIIIK WORK of etetv deserlptl jn. Wiro
Guard" of Cmnped Wire, Onla:ilted r I'alntrd.
i. mill ui uinniiiriiiHi I SU.-M1-, ll,r HIOTH IIIIOTa
or Windows, r'"lorjr nnd Wareliousn Windows
ItallliiKs for OIBces. Hanks, Counter ItMlinits,
Hnlconles. Lawn tnd Farm Fences. Ai.. As
OtTEd for entrance to O-meti-rir.. t'ol.lin
aiisres ail Gentleioen's Coiinlrr rieats, of On
Tubing or Wrouglit.lron, both single and double
In elslmrate and simple designs,
DRINKING FOU.VTAINH, lor street ti.es. A
very larto assortment of designs eiprerslr for
CA'T-tlUIN I'RINAL 110XE9, for puMlo parks
OVAL V tMKfs, latest styles, centennial pattern.
HITCHING I'OdTtJ, Jockejr, Coolie, (iml nd
4 6 eod-Crn.
to Cash Gins
a Cash Gifts.
38 Cash Gifts
13 Ca.h Gifts.
) Cash Gifts.
mi Cash Gifts
I0O Cash Gifts.
li (ash Gifts.
TOTAL, 1,000 OUT.-, ALL CASH.
Whole tlrkcts. 810: Inlu-. 8.: nti.irtrr.
t'J.W; 11 whoio tii'kcts lor 8100; 'Ja lor r'.'i',;
Ml lor e.Vsjj li:i for 81,000; 'JW for il.My tu
lor t.)isi, .-so Discount on less man 5111
worth oftlckets at u time.
The money ncccs-ary to pav In full nil tl v
ll'iTod glPs Is now tinoii dcoo-it lu f.i'
'arnifr-' and Drovers. Rank. a will I10 -ecu
by the following- eertlilrato ol tho ca-hlcr.
I. . ,.. .'t. . v. 1 1. ....... w. S
Loi'is villi:, K"..-scpt. '.'d, lt7'.'. ;
I'lils 1. in certify that there i now un tic-
po-lt in this lianK over n hull n million of
loiKir- 10 1110 erciii in mc (iu con on
tltiil. S.'"J0.() ifwbli'h Is held by this Inirv.
is Treau er of thu Public Library of Ken
tucky to pay oil' all gifts to bo nwurdcdatlho
R. S. VEACII, Ca'liler.
Ilrm.loiiN ll v1111r.it. Jlaiuiffur of tb? Iloval
In.uratieo Coinpatiy, LUeiTtool, and ('olo'jel -
.Ill.-o.v P .loll.NfON, Propriutor if tbo (sail I
llntlM'. wlllaet us a eouituiltee on the fart 01 1
the Trustees to fake charge of the tag-bcl no j
tho dniwiuu', count tliem, place thelu ill III'.'
niirvi. Ml.', '. 1 1; ' ....it ... . v - 1
ing numbers lor all the tickets 'old go Into
the wheel. After tho drawing i oer, Hi"
wheel, with It- content-. will be placed in Lie
hand- of a committee on the part ot the 1
ticket-holders to -ati-fy thclii-chc- wbetli-l i
all the tickets sold wire represented in the ,
Illindehlldren. In mil Mewoftlieaiidlenee.
wlllaltenialel'y draw the tag-Irom one ol t -in
gla wheel- and the gills belonging to tin III
from the other, und the otliclal record ol tl.c ,
draw In - t in eomitlcleii win nc Kepi lit
three teller- eho-eii from illtrerelit banks In
the city. Tbe drawing will be puMI-hcil ii:
tlie I.otil-t llle paper- and New York Jltru.-t
and otliclal copies mailed to all parties out ol
l,otilillu to whom ticket )iao been sent
The remnant of ticket- yet unsold will bo .
ftirnl-heil to those who lir-t apply lor He 11). I
and a-general a dl-trlbiitlon 01 tliem win lie
made among agent- as their limited iiumbci
will permit. No agent will be permitted,
on any account whatever, to hold or sell a
ticket for .the management alter thu Ujtli o.
Tlil no-ttiouemcnt ha- been made by n I-
vice of the fni-tee-, with the -ole object ol
the real benefit ofbotli the ticket bolder aim
the Public Library, anil all concerned in v
re-t perfectly its stired that the po-itiu und
final iiroLTuiiune here announced will be c:i
rieii out to tho letter.
THOS. L ItltAM LinTE,
,L'cnt. Kentucky Public l.ibran. Pu'jI
Library Iliillding, Louisville, K.
Innciptl Ofiico 101 Fifth St., Chi., 0
THE ONLY ItELIAHLE GIFT DISTItlHU-
TION IN THE COUNTRY !
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributisl in
To be drawn Monday, Octo'vr 7th, U7i.
One Grand Capital of
),000 JN GOLD.
One Puizr. f5,000 in Silver I
FivoPrizos fl.OOO ?
Fivo Prizts COO
Ten Prizes 100
Two Family CiirrlaircH and Matcclul Horses
wilh sjilvcr-Mouiited Harness, worth $l,r00
Two Horsos and liuggies with Silver-Mount-
ed Harness, worth jiioo euchl
Two Fine-touetl Rosewood Pianos, worth
Six Fiimlly Sewing Machines wortli
8100 each I
1500 (Jolcl ami hlivor Lever Iliiiitlng
Vatches, worth fnuii t?'J0 to f.'iOO each.
Ladles' (iold Leoutino Chains, (ient's (Sold
Vest Chains, Solid anJ Duubleibriated
Sllvej Tablo and Teaspoons, Photograph
Albums, duwcrlv, A-e.. Ac., Ac.
Whulu number ullts, lo.ooo. Tickets Llml-
teu to fiO.tKK):
AGENTS WANTED TO SDl.D TICKE IV.
To whom Liberal Premiums will ho paU,
Siligio Tickets six Tlckctx 810: Twcl.e
Tickets 8J0j Twenty-lho Tickets 810.
( iriuiura i outululliLT n lull imt ol i,m..M u .u
scrlptlouof tne n. aimer nt drawing, and other
information in refereueo lo the distribution, will
be sent to any one ordering them. All letters
must be addressed to L. I), MINE, llox, Stl,
VJf.".'!?' . . . Cinclutmtl, o,
ini WeatSth st novwAdlv
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalized hy State Authority and
Drawn in Puiilio in St. Louis.
Grand Singlo iNuinbor Scliomo.
Class K, ro hk Drawn Oct. 31, 1872.
u(nou i vizvt, vmouillUlK to 300.000,
Tickets $10; Half
M l'rlteaor 100
Tickets. Srj; Onnrinr
AICKOIS, ?J Oil,
Our lotteries aro chartered by the Blate, are
always drawn at the time named, and all draw.
Ings are under the aupervision of sworn com.
Tho oOtnial drawing will be published In the
St. Lout, papere and a eopy sent to purchasers
Wewlll draw atlnillar scheme the lut day of
eiery month during the y,ar 1872.
IlemitHt our rl-k hy poslofflce money order,
registered letter, drafi or express. Heni for oir
Ou.ar. Address, MURRAY, MILLER CO.,
o Ptrtnii ran lake these Hitlers accord.
Ing to direction-, and remain long unwell, provided
their bonei are not destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, and vital organs wasted beyond the
point of repair.
Dyspepsia nr Indigestion, Headache, Tain
In the .shoulders, Cougtia, Tightness of the Chest,
Dimness. Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Had
Taste In tho Month. Illlious Attacks, limitation ol
the Heart, Inaammatlon of the Lungs, rain In the
region ot tbe Ktdncya, and a hundred othtr palufnt
symptoms, are the o.T sprtngs of Dyspepsia, ono
boitlc win prove a bettr r gnaraatce of Ita menu
than a lengthy adertlcmenL
For Peumlr .'iiiiiitnlnts, In yonng or old,
married or sinele, at the dawn ol womanhood, or
the turn of life, these Tonic, flitters display to
decided an mnuenco that Improvement is soon
Fur I ii Until mat nt-) nnd Chronic Itlieil
nintlsin and Gout, unions. Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, Dlsencs of the mood, Uver. Kid
neys and bladder, these Hitter have no ennxl.
Sach Disease arc caused by Vitiated Mood.
The)- ,re n grutle Purgative na well na
a Tonic, po-tsessmz the merit of icilnc at a
powerful agcut In relisting congestion or InSam
mitlon of the Uver and VUTeral Organs, and In
I'or hkln Dlsensea, Ernptloni, Tetter, S.lU
Rhcnra, Illouhes. fcjsus, Pimples. Pustnles, Holla,
Carhuncle-s. Iting-wurms. hcatd-Hrad, Mre Eret,
Erysipelas, Itrh, Scurf. Dlscotoratlons of the fclln.
Humors and Du-ws of the Mln of whatever name
or natnrc, are literally dug np and earned oat
of th) system In a short tusc by the use of these
Grateful Thousands proclaim VtMOAR UtT
rsns the most wonderful Invlgoraat that ever
aotutncl the slnllni; srstem.
II. II. .tlclMl.XAI.D A CO.
DrngglsU ami lien. Agu.. !"n Kranctsco, C&L, A
cor. ot Washington and Charlton st., N.Y.
60LD HY ALL UKCGUlsTh A DEALERS.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
Caret Colic and Griping In
the ilowels, and fc 1. alts
th prws.i ot TesthlLg.
FnWnsi Conrntdons an4 orer- j
rnm.s sll d.sa.es Incidtnt to r
Ibtsnlt and Children. J
itiiifrs-ininirs f Cnr' Marrhoea, Tyients
WHITCOMB Si r " Jomwy ,v'B",'i-'
SVDIID I I" Children of all agts.
' " ' ' -v PRICE
r.ellfTes pain, weaknen er ei- I
Kau.tlcnln 14 or '."Omlnnles, gl- f
lug tons aud power to the system. J CEIITD.
It Is tbs lefsnti' and Children's- flreat FootblDg
Remedy, In all Uisurdsrs Iruugut on by tealhlngcr
auy etlirr csu.e. ...
He (articular In railing for MH3. WHITCOMD'3
ETHUP, and tale no other. .
Prepared by Ibe (1KAITOV MEDICINE CO . St.
Iinli. Mo. Fuld y DrngglsU and DsAlsrs la
q. BUY MC AND ILL DO YQUGQflJl.
Hy clesnilng the blood and aronslng tbe lire r an J
secretive organs to a healthy action, Dr. Usury's
Hoot and I'Uut Pills cure many complaints which it
would not be supposed they could tench, such as
Ilentlnelie, I'alu lu tho Mile, 'uinb
uvnt of tUoIIatidsiiUKircct, l)iilliie.
t'lillliiea, ltheiiniittlaiii, .'onriilgln.
I.iit or Appetite, IllllniiH Itynentery,
Kidney Allectioni, foiistlimllon, Ilo
bllltr. revert sir nil Ulnils, Ityispep
Hilt, JlKIIHllce, and other kindred couiplslnta
arisiug from n luw state or the body, or otstructlou
of its functions, ,
llclng freo from Mercury and other poisons they
ran be t iken at all times and undsr alt circumstan
ces, without re-ard to diet, business or pleasure.
The stimiii.lu the weakened and ill. tempered
piirtslnto heallhr nitlon, giving tliem strength tu
disburden themselves and throw off Iho obstructions
which nr the first cauen of illsea-e, without
iirniliiclni; cither tUMiftcit or crlpluir.
All lie.ivy nnd drowsy aou,tlun, which are tbe
f. irerunners of direful discuses uch as A poplexy.
I'uriilytloNlrokrsi.Ao, are etTtctuall warded
erf by n few do.ee of these searching l'llll.
full dirscllaos sround eb box, lu Kvih, Osrusa, 7reacU
sntHpsQlib. Pries TtCsDiss Us.
Cr.s.rwl tif tli. Orsrtos IIHIelns Cs., St bonis. Its.
tt.U If OruKflils su4 Ocsicrslu UedleU.. sscrsrb.rs-
Uno Mr. Hnnry'H World's Tonic and,
It la tho great household remedy, pleasant to
lake, yet potent for the pleventlon and cure of
dlseaaes. It fa better, than Hitters, Cordial,
Huchu or Sarsaparllla. Sold hy Druggists
Itr. Ilonry'M Itoot nnil Plant PI1U.
Mild yet thorough no nausea or griping c n
Irely vegetable great liver remedy, price IS
cents . Sold by Druggists .
Sir. W!i!tcomb'a Nyrtii.
The great soothing remedy. Trleo on'.y 55
-"its. Gives, rest to tho mother tend health to
ha child Sold by Druggist .
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
Engravings, Two-hundred and sixty Tagcs,
Pi Ice M cents, Address Dn. Odtts' Disnfx
I art, 12 North Eighth Street, St, Louis, Mo.
' e Advertisement.
$'K( TH siOA par day I Agents wanted
'T.tJW LU OAVJ All oUsaea of working pen
p e.elthtr sex, young or old, make nin mone
at work fir us in their apart momenta or all, the
tune, than at anything else. Paitlculars fres.
Adstreis 0, lllnsog C.. ('rtlsiid,, Maine.