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WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6; 1881.
WE'LL WORK AND VOTE FOB BLAINE AND LOGAN. Dedicated to the Central Bintae and Lofraa Club ot Marlon County, West Ve, by Uia author, Monroo Hopwood, Esq. Air"M'.Ue Hymn of ths RepulMa. Thoy are (cathorlnR from the RouthlanA, They tare oominir from tuoNorttij Tho hills of Muiae re-echo As the mlifhty hosts march forth; From Pacltlo s slope come tl'lluga 1 Of our candidate's true worth, Our oause Is marching on. Chorus We'll work and" vote for Blaine and Logan, Wo'U work and voto for Illalne and Loiran, We'll work ana vote for lllajue sail Logan, And vlotory is ours. It's sweeping o'er the Rockloa, And with Joy the prairie till) 11 unfurls lis glorious banner Hliihon Went Virginia's hills; Wo oan read It In the rushing Of a thousand mountain rills, for Ulalue is marching on. ' Chorus. From the old Monongnhcla, i Krnm the ilrar titate of Ulnine"! Nrth Come glad tributes to his mem'ry, Klouest oiferlngs of his worth: We will sound the cry of freedom, 'Till it irlnlles all the earth, , For Blaine la marching on. Chorus. On a hundred Holds of battle Our brave Logan led the van) His choice by aooluinuilon Through the whole convention ran We'll honor htm, we'll love him, And elect him, for wo can. Our causo A nwrehlug Co, Chorus. From Ohio hear the tidings, . They are solid thro for Illalne; 1 , The He-serve lovoft (larheld dearly, To bis causo thoy Arm rouialn; In Nnvemltor at the Imllot All their rights they will proclaim, For Illttitie It muroMnfr on. Chorus. From the Palisades of Hudson And o'd Allegheny's ores'. From Potornao's nulled lio'om Ami broad Mlwl.-siiiiii's brvait, ltlso glsd anthems of t he f reutnan And the laborer oppressed. , For Ula ne Is murchiiur on. Chorus. "Tho Part j of Reform." Even Mr. Thurman, wcll-soasonotl ind sensible, on most subjoots, falls into ;ho delusion that 19 born of nothing but constant repetition ol tho phrase, and ipnalca of the Democracy ns ' the parly f reform." Tho o'd gentleman otisjht to remtmibor that it "reformed" him out of tho United State Scntitorsliip wlion ho was acadidate beforu tho Ohio l.eii-laturi) to suceeod Jlr. IVinIlcloii, a few months niro, aimply hee.inso ho was :ither too clean to suit his parly; n'su Hint .Mr. l'enilleton himself w;ia "ro fomi'vl" out of tli o for Iho .o!o reason firtt. hi lind bellowed It's nnnig upon a bill to ritrify the Civil Sen lee. lonthiitl Ih-mneraU w!m have notV li"' bill tlm downy promise of aboard upon 1 heir check"! may be overs -d for utipoin that tbeir parly ever was or ever cotrd or would Iw'tVi'irlv of reform." bill an old M.irui iil;e. Mr. 1 liiir'ian, vho has waved his bandanna llirouli tin political florins of moro tlun a iiiarler of a century, nhould know boiler than to talk to Ins neighbor-, as ho d d on li's return from Clil pn to, about tlio Deraocratio "party of reform." Mr. 'J'hurmah can bardly be unawaro of the fact that when the lirst series of D 'tuocratlo administrations camo to an end by the election of Harrison in 18 (U thore was exposed a mass of defal cations by Democratio olllee-holdcn, larger by many times in proportion to the number employed than tho country bad ever soen before or has cvor seen since. lio must know tint the spoils system, which be and bis fellow-partisans pre tend to discover in Republican admin istration, was the invention, and has always been the pet doctrine, of the Democratio party. Ho must know that, everv earnest (ITort that has been mado to rid National I politics of appolntmonts to and re movals from ollice as a means of party rewards and punishments which con stitute the r-poils system has come from the Republican party and receiv ed its main support from Uepub'ieans. Ho must know that no Democrat who values bis party-standing, or who over expects an ofilco, dares to identify himself in any practical way with a movement for reform in political nsna and methods. Senator 1 endlcton's ex perience and fate will serve as a warn In to every DoniOTat who is seriously tempted to do anything approaching actual reform in the Civil service or in anything else. ile must know that his party has been howling for what it calls "revenue ro form yenr aftor year, uutil ft apparent ly present! an issue to the Republic ans on the tariff questlan; and that when that Usue was accepted the Dem ocrats sneaked oat of It by hiding under ft platform that not even Hen liutlor, ' with all hut astuteness, was able to un derstand. Ile must know Uiat in the convention andslnco tho convention the Democrat ic orators and candidates have shown cot the slightest liking for a discussion of tariff changes with which thoy filled their platforms and orations a year ago. Ho must know Uiat the Democratic party has not a prinoinle that it darei to assert openly and defend manfully; that its tactics in the present campaign are simply to "arraign" the Republic ans in wild phrases, invented in con vention lobbies, and try to raise a dust under cover of which thoy can make successful run for the offices. Mr. Thurman has not the excuse of youth or ignorance which some of his follows can plond, and he should not try to Impose on his confiding neighbors. By using terms which can not be in terpreted in any honest way he exposes himself to the charge of either inexcus able carelessness or downright misrop resontation. Detroit fist and Tribune. 1 MT An idoa of a Democrat's Idea of s Government economically adminis tered may be inferred from the fact that the Democratio House appropriated ti33,800,(KK more than the preceding Republican Congress. Give the party full swing, and the country would have a still more striking Illustration of what a Democrat means when ho talks about economy. Cvnimtrciul Gazette. w a JtoTOne of the grand features of the Democratic platform is the declaration that the Democrats believe in " honest money." Who doesn't, except coun terfeiters and advocates of wild-cat bauluP Rut it will cot bo forgotten that the Democratio party has nut al ways believed iu honest money. It on o aJvocuteii flat inuuey, and in tin Litaiid j "utilities..-- AidMnac , , . HASBY. Xhe Corners Ratify the Nomination and Discuss the riatform. . From the Toledo Blade.) CoNFKDK.niT X Roads, ) (Wioh la in the huito uv Kentucky), V July, WL I Tho noose uv the nomlnashen uv Clovoland for tho Presidency by the Dimekratle Nashucl Convenshun at Chi cago reached tho Corners by mule ex press from the stashen atSoccsslonvillo. To say that tho noozo evoked the pro foundest sensashen is puttin it alto gether too mild. The horn wuz tooted from tho front uv Bascom's grosery, and at the summons tho citizens of the Corners rallied at tho nioetin' house and we organized ourseves to-wunst into a ratification meetin'. , 1 took the chair, oa a matter uv course, and Isaker Uavlttwuz yoonanl musly applntid Sekretiirv, he bcin' the only citi.on uv tho Dimokratio per suasion In tho Corners wlch hez tho gift uv 'ritln', 'ccptin' myself, and uv course I can't bo resident and Sukrotary uv tho same meolin'. The follcrin' rosolooshon wuz to-wunst submlttld: . Ilesolved, That the DlmoorisyuvCon foilcrlt X Roads hev hecrd with mingled emoshuns uv pleasure and gratitood uv tho nomlnashun uv tbat storlin' patriot and world-renowned statesman, Cleve land, uv 1 Thore ensood at this pint a most ok ierd nauso. I "What State is Cleveland from?" en quired the Cheorman uv the Commltty on Resolooshcns. I "Uv Noo York," I answered promptly- I Tho blank wuz filled in wen unfor chnltly it wuz sejestid that ez the reso looshcns wuz agoin out to tho world it wood bo decent to put in ills fust name, and not ono uv us knowd wat it wuz. I Deckin Togram inslstid that it must bo Androo. "The fust voto 1 cast for a Dlmokrat for President," ho romarkt, i'wnz for a Androo, Androo Javon, and thclast Diinokratic President we bed wuz another Androo, Androo Jonson. This man, Cleveland, his name must bo An droo." I And so it went Into tho resolooshcns "Androo Cleveland." I 1 diskivcred adillikiltythominltlred tlio platform. Deckin Pogrom is, and nlltiz ho bin, a violent free-trader, wbilo leaker Cnvitt is, nnd hez bin, a violent pertecksliuiiist, ever senco ho sckoorod a interest in a rollin mill wich Bum Dastcrn capytnlisis cstablMit on his father's farm. 1 supposed, however, that I bed cm both lived. I red it to em 8"paiatcly, and constrood to Isal:or that uot' in;; ciwxl bo morn perlcck shun, nnd to (he pood old Dckin that it vv.T e;i wildly free trade e. even hecood de-iro. Tho jdat'orm wuz red by myself nnd wo proposed another rosolooshon ap provin tliat. Then trnbblc ensood. Deekin Pogram, wich is a violent free trader, riz to remark th .t lie tood voto for that platform with his whole hart and sole. Ho bed bin a free trader all his life, and ho ncvor knowd a Dim ekralio Convention to )lant itself so clccrly and explicitly on the sldo uv frcotrado senco ho bed bin in pollytix. Issakcr Cavitt riz to say ho cood voto for the tariff plank with all his hart, becoz that plank showd that the Dimoo risy bed finely got right on tho tariff question, tho plank, cz ho red it, being for the proteckshiin uv Amcrikun in dustry. It wuz encuridgin to them, wich boleovcd in progress nnd sich, to hev tho Dimocrisy uv tho Kashcn rLio onto this most important pint "Do yoo portend to say that the Dimocratio platform favors pertoek shun?" fihreekod tho Doekin. "Ez it wuz rod to mo, it lz for freo trado, pure and simple." "l'oo old ass, can't yoo understand plnno English? Ef it isn't a sijuaro tood protcckshun doekyincnt I can't spoil. Yoo nro a fool mid nlluz wuz." Jist then tho Deckin, in tlio introst uv harmony, nnnounst his intenshunuv whalin lssakor and proreedid to do it, and ez tho old man nlluz did licv muscle ther wuz tlio prosjicx uv a live ly row. Ho jumped across tlio sects to tho Secretary's desk and lied Issakcr by tho throto, nnd Issakcr lied Idui by tho hair whor it is tho shortest, nnd thoy wuz a rollin on the floor in less'n no time. In tho meantime B?o?n and Kernel M'Polter hod got into a tu.zlo cz to what tho platform meant on the money quos:ion, and tho rest uv tho citizens got into a s jtmbble ez to whether Cleve land wuz a Dlmokrat at all or not, becoz Tammany opposed him, and tho upshot uv tho biznis wuz ther wuz a row wlch incloodid every Dimekrat present except mo, and wo broke up without passin any resolooshcns or ruti fyin the nominashen at all. Deekin Pogrom and I retired to the back room uv Bascom's, and while tho old Saint wut a wishln the blood orf his face, we hod a convorsashon over the platform?" Torson," sod tho old man, "what is the reol mcenln uv tho platform?" "Anything yoo like," wuz my reply, "anything yoo like. Remombcr it s a Dlmocratik platform, and a Dimocratik platform must be comprehensive." "Docs it moen free trade or portck shun?" "Either or both, or neither." "Parson, wunst on a time an ckos trlan attempted the perllus foot uv ridin two hosscs, wlch wuz agoin In different direckshuns. It rcsultid iu a totlo fall yoor, and ho wuz split ,ln two, and his blood drenched tho arena." "Deekin, I recognize the parablo. But you must roracmbor we ain't ridin two bosses, jist now. We hev only promued to rido em. We hev not yit got into the saddle. We hev promised to ride the pertekshun hoss and like wise the free trade host, but we don't hev Jo tit onto em till after the Novem ber elckshun. Tho post olDsos and cus tom houses are then sokoorod, and after Uiat we kin ride cither hoss, or nolther, z we see fit. The mano pint is to git (lie olllses. After Uiat we will take our chances with the people. We git four feers' lease uv power, anyhow. Do foa soe?" "Prinolplo?" sed tho Doekin, inquir ingly. "My prlnolulo, my doer old friond. Is to hev tho Post Ollls at tb) Corners. Ifoors shood be to git yoorself warm in the Collector's oQis. bee?" , The Deekin did soe, and within fire uiuits he wuz inojipin the lilood fruni his face on the streets, and hoorayin for Cleveland and the platform. A simllor conversation with lssakor Gavitt perdoost similcr results, and at elbvon at nlto they wuz both sleepin tho sloop uv a gallon uv whiskoy on the floor at Bascom's. "Dlmekrotlo harmony!" romarkt Baa com, smilinly, to wlch I assented. 1 can't undorstaud why voters don't understand Dimocratio Convcnshuns better. Wnt do I koer for platforms anyhow? I like this platform esposhly, for it is so constructid that Wattcrson, uv Looisvillo, wich is Freo Trado, and Randall, of Ponusylvany, wioh is High Perlective Pari II', kin bofh stand on it, cmbraoln eeob othor in harmony. It is so worded that Wattnrson will support it in Kentucky, ez a demand for reform in the tariff, with a loonin to ward Freo Trade, and Randall will sup port it ekally in Ponnsylvany, becoz it is fur reform in the tariff, with a dooidid leenln to Perteckshun. I hev red that plank keerfully, and 1 defy any one to pordoose a man uv anx shade uv opinyun, wich I can't soot out uv that platform, pervided I know wul tho man desires invariably in advance. It will be a rathet dillikilt -rampant to lite, becoz our speakers will hev tc prepare a speech for each State thoy go into. Iowa and Wisconsin will re quire one kind uv a spoech and Peon sylvany and Ohio quite another. I'ledin sokoority to the nigger can'l bo dwelt upon very lively in Looisians and Mississippi, and thoy will hev to bo ruther keerful dodgln between Southern und Northern Georgia oa the tariff question. But a man wioh hezn't senso enuff tc write three or four speeches and tc mako proper inquiries afore he open: bis mouth ez to wat the people want in any given locality, don't deserve- tc bo employed by a Dimekratio Centre Comuiitty. Sich a man is not to bi trusted. All that is needed in 1 spcokor is groat powors uv construk shon. Petuolei'M V. Nasuv, (Conbtruer.) Of Value to the Country. It would be worso than folly to deny that in some oases individuals in public position have been of supreme serviet to tho United States through tlioir owt exertions and independent f ' tho partt which raised tflcm to honor and useful ness. Tho lianio of. Charles Sumner, who led tho parly up to li s own opin ions on the emancipation of tlio slaves, would at once confront tlio man whe (howhl dvny the statement. Tho namt 01 Abraham Lincoln would absolutely (ii.-prove it. In the main, however, t man can bo of value to his country oul.v r.s he 111'U as tlio cvpoucnt and rcpni bcnlativo of tho principles and purpose! ol a party. Oiily when tunm grcai emergency or gro .t crisis arise it there opportunity for tho appcaranoo ol men of ihe heroic mouhl. In tho present statoof affairs the Fed eral Administration does not call for s man at its bead who Mill do more than represent and carry into effect Iho best impulses of his party. In brilliancy, originality and force of character we believe Mr. Blaiuo is as much a born leader in his party as through lack ol thoso qualities Governor Cleveland is naturally subordinate to several of the candidates unsuccessfully opposed to him at Chicago. Although he possesses tho qualifications to meet a great crisis in affairs, Mr. Blaino, as Prcsidont, wouid simply represent the Republican party. Governor Cleveland could not, if ho would, do moro than apply Dem ocratic notions to administration. Tho canvass, therefore, is really at bottom simply 0110 between tho two par ties and iho principles in which each believes. Of course, in point of quali fications Mr. Blaine is greatly tho supe rior of Governor Clovoland. Iho per sonal issue, however, is not nocossarily involved in the campaign. Ot whnt tho Republican party is, what it believes, what it will do if again com missioned to Msrvo tho country in ad ministration no man can plead ignor ance Tho party is what its lustrous history has mado it. A party can 110 moro chango its character than an In dividual. Each dcvelopes as tho germs ot goodness or badness inherent iu it at lis birth givo it form nud character. Tho Republican party was born of pa triotism. Out of patriotism it saved tho Union, it freed tho slavo, it re established the commercial Integrity nnd solvoncy of the country. To-day it promises to protect and encourage American industries. Tho Democratio party grows from the idea of disintegra tion un 1 Slate supremacy, and it has de veloped consistently. To-day its policy is in the disintegration of tho manufact urers of tho couutry. In a campaign it is natural that the personalities of opposing candidates bhould be of interest and should p- voko discussion. The issue of Novem ber, howevor, is not between Mr. Blaine and Mr. Cloveland. It is bo twoen Republican and Democratio principles. Had the States simply named Electoral tickets and chosen no candidates in National Convention the issue could not have been clearer than it is to-day. With such an issue, but one motive, devotion to party, should govern the action ot the Individual votor. Tho free trader, who has bolted the Republican nomination, has acted in accordance with this motive. He has sacrificed past associations, in ordor to stand by freo trade, which if favored by the Democratic party. The thousands of Democrats who have promised support to Mr. Blaino have unquestionably been attracted to that position by his strong approval of pro tection. If the campaign is to be made a personal quostion between Mr. Blaine and Mr. Cleveland, Mr. Blaine will be the gainer. It will, however, be conducted on tho broad principles of parties and dovolion to party or ganization. On those grounds, for nearly a quarter of a century, the Re publican parly has won. It will win again. Albany Journal. JPSTNo President has ever boon chosen whose name began with a C. There have been candidates and aspi rants innumerable with such names, but nouo succoodod. Crawford, Calhoun, Clay and Cass wore put in nomination, Chaso, Church, Collamer and Cameron were aspirants for nomination, Tho su perstition against candidates whoa names begin with C will be stronger, than ever after November. BujjwJ Express. . ' j , , POLITICAL PARAGRAPHS. ItjTCleveland and Hendricks, tho New and the Old, Young Democracy and llunkorism, the "Reform'' issue and the "Fraud" iseue. 1884 and 1870! How will they mix? Ilarljord Courant. jpiTThe English paporsare for Clove laud and Hendricks. Tho English edi tors in New ' York agree with their brethren across the water. The Tmes, among other reasons, says tho success of the Democratio party ' would be a triumph for civil service reform! STbe seventeenth resolution of the platform adopted by tho Indiana Domocro-ey demands the repeal of all Federal laws which give the National Government any control over National elections. The plank shows just how far the Democrats of Indiana favor a free vote and a fair count AT. Y. Trib une. jgp-A working-man writes to the Bos ton Journal: "1 am a workingman (moldorj and have voted the Demo cratio tickot since 1876. But this year I shall vote for Blaine and Logan, and with me thousands of workingraen. Take a canvass of the shops and you will find that of the men who votod'for Butler last year seven out of ten will vote for Blaine next November." JtaT Mr. Hendricks had no backward ness in saying what he thought of Mr. Tilden, but he is as touchy as a girl about any report that might imperil the cordiality of his relations with Mr. Cleveland. . Our Indiana statesman evidently considors it a greater honor to play second fiddle to a blg nobody than to a small man with brains and a career behind him. Mr. Hendricks is as tickled with his little bone as a lad with a pairof now red-topped boots. Indianapolis Journal. JCT Tho obvious lesson to bo learned from tho Democratio Convention is tho wholcsalo fear shared by the wlwle Democratio party of tho Republican ticket and platform. Thero is no such depreciation of Mr. Blaine's strength anion;' somo of tho lcadors as thore was at tho outset, and tho convention, as a wholo, is in a frame of mind well represented as cautious. Tho voico of individual States is of tho tamo teuor. Blaino Is a hard man to beat, they say. It rorjiilroj tho best Democratic foot forward. Lowell Courier. JirjjrThe tariff plank of tho Democrat- . ic party is a brilliant lrauu, a sliming j mockery, as lifolesa , As a ) minted ship Upon a paititi d ocean. 1 It means whatever tho reader wishes It. It is liko thouit of rcady-mado cloth-in- that is warranted, tt) bo lnro 'enough for any man and Kmall enough fji' any toy. It is essentially dishon est; it U cowardly, and will lead iis au ti.on and their pu.'ty over the highway of contempt to crushing and di'.served j defeat. arinjjU'd (lit.) Journal. j i"v Tho Democrats have done wliat tho Republicans devoutly wished tliuy would do nominated for tho Presiden cy Grover Cloveland, of New York, A Man whoso qualilieations for tho iYcsi , dcucy are not known; a man whoso , worth is recognized only by friends of ! monopolies; a man without a record for ability extending beyond tho Governor . ship of New i ork and the ollice of , Sheriff and Mayor of Buffalo; a man i whoso career as Governor lias mado i himself obnoxious to workingmen and 1 the rank and lilo of labor voters. j Bismarck (D. T.) Tribune. I fnTMr. Cleveland has no record in National affairs; and he isn't going to have any. He has never had any cx I porien- e in legislation. Ho has nt-ver been in Congress or in a State Igisla ' tnrc, or even in a Common Council. I Mr. Maim is ono of tho best trained 1 statesmen in the country. Ho has been I legislator, Represcntalivo, Speaker, - Senator, Secretary of blato, and he will I be President- Workingmen want a I skillea workman to do the Presidential; work; business men and all intelligent I men profer to trust a job to a man who i has boon trained to tho business. De I troit tod and Tribune. '' ' Another Kicker Returns. I Mr. inooaoro itooscvoit, 01 now I York, who has been in Boston the lust few days, has mado to a newspaper roprescntativo the following statement of his nttittide on political questions at E resent, prefacing by declaring this to e the lirst time he has said anything for publication during tho campaign, and doclaring that all tho alleged inter views with him which have appeared so far are false. Mr. Roosevelt said: : "I intend to vote the Republican Presidential tickot While at Chicago I told Mr. Lodgo that such was my in tention; but before announcing it I wishod to have time to think the whole matter ovor. A roan can not act both) without and within the parly; he can do either, but ho can not possibly do both. Each course has its advantages, and each has its disadvantages, and one can not take the advantages or the disadvantages separately. I went in with my eyes open to do what I could within the party; I did my best and got beaten, and I propose to stand! by the result "It is impossible to combine tho functions of a gnorrilla chief with those of a Colonel in the regular army. On has greater independence of action, the other is able to make what action be does take vastly more effective. la certain contingencies the one can do most good, in certain contingencies tha other ; but there is no use in accepting a commission and then trying to play the game out on a lone hand. During itbe entire canvass for the nomination Mr. Blaine received but two chocks. One was at the Utica Convention, tha other was the Powell Clayton Incident tl had a hand In both, and I could haw 'had a hand in neither had not thoso Republicans who at Utica erected me as the bead of the New York State dolopa Ition supposed tbat I would in good faith .support the man who wai fairly made ithe-Kepubllcan nominee, i "i am by inheritance and by cdoea jtlon a Republican. Whatever good I lhave boon able to accomplish in public (life has been accomplished through the iRopubllcan party, I havo acted with jit in the past, and wish to act with it to the future. 1 went as a regular delegate to the Chfeajro Convention,: and I intend to abido by the outcome ol that convention. I am-going back In day or two to my Western ranch, as 1 do net expoct to take any part in Um( campaign this fall." Boston HjKciot ' . ISA- PK btomach The VMbl Grow Bmmg. When Rostetur's Stomach Bitters Is used to promote assimilation of the food and en rich the blood. 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F A POSITIVE AM To the Wives, Mother, and Sitters of Drinking Mem If llr In your own hands tnwiNy the liunlmii'l, snn, or brnlhrr from the awful disease of drutikeunpns. Tbe cVeMeia Mrile rati bn ailmltilfttflr'il without the knowlp1ire of the pntli-nl. Hbt imply ptarino " o, tr m. or in nrilMmm of fmo4 or alWnJf, it frtMaw milt Hot 60 detected tUkar bu lamio or ommll, and alter a lew daya TAKIHO A DRINK OF LIQUOIt IS A PHYSICAL IMPOSSIBILITY. Drnnkf nneea Is a Horn, not a weaknms. rrlir.arlly the appetite for aleoholle drinks must be cultivated ; but when tbe appetite Is onrw formed. It la as much a dlamae as any other sfrlK-tloQ fur which medicine Is adnmilatered. Kvery ni-rve, tlsaue and nore of the body Is but a femlRbed wolf with a million mouths gnawing- upon the syat?m and craving for alcohol. I'lL-dges, temperance lectures, "dreadful examples,' prayers, resolutions all are futile. Not one man In a thousand can withstand the battle ; not hrcmnse be bas not the dealre, but be cause bets physically weak, lie could as easily alMialn from eatlue food after a famine with a banquet at bis baud, as to deuy tils hungry system In Its awful craving for liquor. THE SPECIFY AMD LIQUOR CAM NOT EXIST III THE SYSTEM TOGETHER. Ti wmilrl h simoilnsT. wrtt II not Bltlfnl. to rcn without bli kiiowledita. At flrnt, out of nn ha latuin mil htairfrtiik. list stWsil Iowa It tba Ituuor to bli IIm, iU IU odor in bta noitrtii, and vU lb claM down, utualiy with tb irmailc tbat "aomeuow, 1 am not whlaky hunfery." From tbia motusut be la aayed. ISo uhyskal prostration, no1 Jlui-Jami," nu ilt-ftiTucii will amMir the man In no more a drunk' oh. Uuua Uie child wbo nevar kuvw the tail ol liquor. Jh (lir im MmrmmHmi$ , I WIVES, MOTHERS, 8ISTERS, Can you afford to neglect this means of saving the husband, son, or brotberf Ascertain as , that you love aod dealre to save the erring one. so certain do we offer you the means to ac i coiupllab such a result. Inatead of anting liupeleinly at home, praying for the belp Uiat does nut uoiue ; instead of putting uue lota of trust lu auy system of pledges or reform, COME TO THE RESCUE YOURSELVES. Ton can administer this remedy quietly, easily, and without the patient's knowledge. It Hormr fmUo, and the cure Is luinld, I'oaltlve and IvrmauenU In hiindrHt.nfciuAa where lir. lluinea hu admlnlalurert tha Mm Ml v In hie own orartlce, ihrro Hivor hat SMSasllare, He feels that wrelcheduese, blighted hnmes,sumrlng wives and children, every Instinct of humanity, de mand that the widest pulillclty be given this greatest 01 an ueiiruuiM uincuvnriee. ji ta eoiu ai a pnee wniru win ename un m pilah audi a work, while not placing the remedy beyond the reach of any one. The Specific la prepared In powdered fbrm and put up In packagea for mailing, or shipping by express. i-.Ssciei care w mk-u -viw, ,;nu ,, in. ill vnigu vu an 7 un, .11 in.., ,, rr-w:, sm there are many who are sensitive on this point; besides, to let Its uature be known mlghl frualrale the plans for Its administration. One peonage will cure any ordinary cane. Two pari sues will cure the moat obittlnate ceae. Thim io ateeflvefsr oMmrmntmod. or Moaey rrkaHdeel. rail VMl One Paekaure by HhII, poet-lwld, S-i-OO. Tee rxsaiirial llae oa-iier, g5.eo. Mend Money by ilei(latered Letter, stsprees, Postal hole, or iluuiy Order, Audieas such aud make all payable ouly to GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO., 185 Bace Street, Cincinnati, 0. A Wt its aH parwtt la puttllo prlnl Ui aftimM of tho whos ixprrUme mnpti Hwm vrtl at grmulml Ittwi. TsW followtni n fjKUMU, Um MitTltiftJ If tlwra, with .liua-Qt of oibtri, btlnf on 01 In omt offtrj. Vntfim, jiw."Vu m ta uvw. I UwaU In i Um1 ana ifc UvUn lifMlAi. Km wrd f jroar aartnUtatMt ' "jSmliii! OJM-. Mf -nrnrt a rrarl, And ha do not koow tha cmm, nittlnkihohk-pittirMhlmNirahYO. Ki eooa did kw wugml Um Miuiiis m ta bit owaa lwa 1m draak Ik U Wmm muaUn mhj m mtMj vk J1 woun. OftMB twi my haifaftntl toavd our Hvm a turn, II 14 not roftrrm irfa.aralt, Tmir hp,. i t. wAj bu worked ft RjfrarU In his ottaa, 1 told him awMrd wkftt 1 aa4 tM, aud km aaja t lU acrat driuk ftnla thavl ba fHmtd triM If b wruitfd to, . , drta, cotttdoubeftduM. M wlrViiltltttMlamraofwlthornmrk lot trWUtnt to mm If I mutd rtfera. I auttrrd im tena, and wbaw "Bpaiid Bvia- aMr aura, j oa ftkoold bart fi.a at. W art Ikt hapifi-t. tftiuil la Uia auu. 1 I lottm si I 4tflt fclSslWtwi 9 TIMES OUT OF. 10 Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio Oil CURES RheumttUm and Neuralgia. 99 TIMES OUT OF 100 Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio Oil cub.es A Cold or a Hoarseness. 19 TIMES OUT OF 20 Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio Oil ' CURES' Asthma an Diphtheria. 49 TIMES OUT OF 50 Dr. Thomas' Eclectste Oil . ' CURES Croup ana Affections of Hi Throat Price 50 cents and fi.oo. N SOLQ EVERYWHERE. Quinsy troubled mo for twonty years Since I started using Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil, have not bud an nttuck. The oil cures sore throitt at once. M r. Letta Con rad, Blandish, Mich., Oct. 24, '83. TllfiOnaAa of nn PYlintluf Ivn nntui-rf tliaf have a tendency to create an unnatural icenug sucn us luiigue, uibuiiuue una iri-ant wanunAUB I millirlmilt t ha avafam owe their origin to a luck of iron in the uioou. Jjrowirs iron Hitters win restore the blood to ils nuliirul healthful condi- tillll. (tct tlA bliuid nill'A lit- uuinflr tills remedy uud Ui.-iciiso will be quickly bun- 1311 CU. Dr. I. P. Mtindy, Owentown, ICy., snys: f Icllltirl Ill-own' Trntl Itittcva nna tf tlia best tonics and have frequently prescribed it." Dr. T. J. Cnvr, Spi infield, O., says: I recommend lirown's Iron Hitlers." I "dlnY 1-11 "- s ill urn us ii i iiinnini RADICAL CURE FOR wttrh thm man to whom th BDdflo bu bfn bnblt, and not rnalUIng tbat the rood work haa awssist mHfotmr. Tlia tist atlfiiiot. he ralsna