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HAYES AND WHEELER.
ftXFufiUlM PLEDGED AGAINST IHKM,
Itioiu Id Fifth Avenue A.IjV
"We iball npport no r.itnliilate tilio,
however laTornbly ju1;rl by liU iuar"-t
fiteni. it not HitjIirally I noun to
lo lbo qualities of rniii.l a ( liar -in'ter
wbi h i-tern tu-a of uuine re
form reijuiws 'I bis i no lime for
i allJ avail.ihiliry epriiiin;r Irom di
tinftion gaino.1 on liel.l of in-lion foreign
to tho ilutir of (lovcriiiiicnt ; nor for
thfat fir more il:iiiovron sort of
avnilaliility wli'n li runsi! in tlii-'. tti.it
the candidate lo wittier fo l.ul a to rv
rl good citi7ii, nor o good n to lis
rourjce ba-1 our. l'iiisivo iriur in tlu
l.iliet place ha too often Im-pii known
to permit Die growth of aetive vice br..v.
A man to lie entrusted with tlie I'ri-s'i-deney
thi year MIST IIAVK lK
SERYKD not only tin eoninlenre ol
honet men, but also THF. FKAI! AND
HATKFJ) OF TIIIKVKS.
(From the Siritigfirlil l:'j'nll ian .
Messrs. Hayes and Wheeler are in
debted for their pood fortune if it is
good fortune to two things. Person
ally all Hot is upright and mumble, they
have not made themselves offensive to
the honest men ot the eoun try,u nd TJ IE V
HAVE DONE NOTI1IXU TO EAIJX
THE ILL-WILL AXI MU.AIi OF
IlLEtm.n Is tor Hayes.
"Above all," says the New York Su
"Hayes is no reformer."
Mr. Tilwin has many warm friends,
but the anti-Tilden men are a bitter a
The battle of the candidate. al M.
Louis waxes almost as warm a the
weather, and it is red hot.
The Democratic Mute couveiitiou to
nominate a Mate ticket and presidential
electors, w ill be held at .Springfield on
Inly 2? th, next.
Ix 1SG3 Secretary Robeson paiJ tax on
an income of $402,000. lie now lives in
a more extravagant style than S-eretary
Fih or Secretary Jewell both of whom
KrrmoRi) B. Hayls, the Republican
candidate for president, voted to not con
demn the Credit Mcbllier thieves of eon
iTress. Such nu-n. say tin. ',w York
Timtt, are not to be followed.
fJLOItGi: H. PfcXPLETON, who was
-lected by. acclamation a delegate at large
from Ohio to the St. Loui convention,
has announce that he cannot be present,
jrixln a a reason j res-ing private bu-i--.
1 1 Mk. Bu joiiD Wilson ha resigiiPd the
office of Solicitor of the Treasury. They
It "rr -igned,"' but be was ki led out
by dntit, because he would gn uiu r
Grant" thieves. Mr. Munn, and men of
Uiat kind, rejoice at Diuford" riowi.fall.
'i hey leel Vr now.
Hu.V. ALE4rF.R 11. SirmrNs, who
has not been in his sf-at this Fes&ion, will
be rrturneil to congress. He will have
no opposition in the convention or at
the polls. His constituent have eorifi
denee in him. and he may live to make
big influence felt among the majority of
HiYEsisthe Republican reform can
didate for president, but he voted to not
even condemn Ames and Urooke, the
convicted Credit MJ.ilirr thieves of Con
gress "The people," said th Radical
New York Tim at that tl,r, "will not
reauuy anow ti.is fact to pass out of
mind." The Republican iarty lias al
lowed it to pass out of mind, but w ill
Mk. Blaine has been il since Monday
evening last. Surgeon General Barnes
pronounces bitn to be surlering from ex
treme nervous exhaustion and severe
malarial poi.oning, these features com
plicated with threatened organic troubles,
and recomends abolute rest as lnrtispen'
sible to hu condition in averting very
Tut .St, Ixmis Kvei.lng lUpuUian
says: "Oberly Lt H favor of Davis for
prefeident, and Sehurz lor vice-picsi-dent."
ThisisnewstoOlx rly. He did
venture to remark at St. Louis that, in
his opinion, Davis for president, and
Sanford E. Church w ould be a winning
eard. It Is probable the w icked pi inter
ot UuilUpublUuH changed "Church" into
"&cuurz. Schurz U a trood man. nt
out of the question for president or it
prehldeiit, being a gentleman ol foreign
The St. Louis ?Wi says that Ruther
ford B. Hayes, Radical candidate for
Preiddent, voted for and took the salary
grab. Our recollection J i, that he w as
not a member ot Congress at that time ;
but Rutherford B. Hayes wa hi coll.
grew when the CmUt MUilur h.hjuity
was under Investigation. On the
resolution to condemn Ames and Brooks
lor CrtdU MiAUicriuui, lfel members voted
"Aye," and IJsycs, Rcq Butler, BuUer
of Tenneie, and thlrty-tbres other
apologUts of these rascals voted "Xo."
Tlie apologist and dclendi r ol CrtdU
ilotilirr Um Is not a proper Reform can
1li!Vt4 for Provident.
I IITf.l I m I lIVO At. I .
iiinticr I'.TJ, ..t (lir week t-inlin?
.lone tMtli, i n-r ibe litli volume ol
tbls standard eele. fi, weekly. The con
tent of tliN IiiiioUt embi.iec The Kejt
pie'; Fitly Wnrn'l my Fife, by the Full
of Albemarle, m.-mh ?'ir ; M re mi
lay. Cui nh,It . t liir Take, l.'. .1 ; Claren
don, VfiitemjM-.l.y Hrrinr ; Spr-llillf,
Ct ruh.U : Social, J:mnseiit,itivp and
l.amMinjr Planl. Mtrin!llii: Cum.
Cf.l Jfir,i.tl ; installment
of ".lauet Mason's Troubles,
a Story of Town and Country" "For
Pily's Sake," by the author of "Hobert
Holfs Illusion. " and the usual amount
of selert poetry and miscellany.
The tlit nuinlM-r of July will be:in a
new volume. For tllty-two nuiuber. of
sixty-lour larpe papes each (or moie
than :i.KK) payes a year), the iihccriptioii
prire i low. or siill better, ft $W .V)
any one of the Anieiiean $4 moihlie or
weeklies Is sent with the . ..v for
a year, U'tli pot):iid. I.ittill A iay.
l"oton. are the publihers.
A 1.1:41' IKlKI II Vl.' KM ORII
When the CrJif MJjiUrr raeulity was
iM'forp congress, and after the liouse
adopted a resolution to condemn the con
duet of Ann s and l.rook. the Xew York
7et, tliea liiiini.-tjation organ, asserted
that the houc should have exM-ed
these corrupt meiiilter, and said :
"Are our public men lair representa
tives of the popular idea of public virtue"?
Can they be trusted to protect the inter
ests of "the people ns against the con
stantly increasing army of those who
stand "ready to seize the instrumentalities
ol government for private gain? This
is not a question to be answered at one
general election, or immediately ? Rut it
is one that the people will not readily
allow to pass out of mind. The answer
will be sought patiently and the result
ing action will tic gradual, lin t the votes
of yesterday will be closely scanned by
millions of voters bent upon reading a
decision. This much at least the people
will not be slow in perceiving that the
representativesw ho can acknowledge the
lault of their associates, yet dare not
cast them out, are not to be blindly
The 7i'ti, with this record, camwt
with heartiness follow Mr. Hayes, the
Republican candidate for president, for
he voted with lintUr, and thirty-five
other members to not even condemn
Ames and Crock. Re voted boldly
with the apologists of the corrouptiou-
its. and w as made the Republican can
didate for pitsi-lent because, while he has
never been ciTIght in the act ol corrup
tion himself,' he is one of the Kepublijans
who were the defenders of the Cndi(
M-jhiVir thieves. Xet to u thief, the
the apologist and defender of thieves is
always in these latter dayj taken by the
Republican leaders. And this is the Re
publican reform candidate '.
IIIL DKT.IM V ASK.
The friends ot William Cul'.en Bryant
presented him with a commemorative
vase on the evening of the 20th hist. The
presentation addic-ss was made by Rev.
Samuel Osgood, and Mr. Bryant re
sponded in a brief speech, in w hich he
expressed his thanks for the token of
regard, and his appreciation of the gilt as
a beautiful work ol art. Among the
prominent jienple (.recent wire: Peter
Cooper, Charles O Conor, Parke God
win, Wiliiani 1. Hoopiu, Dr. Howard
Crosbv, Joseph H. hoate. Rev. Henry
C. Potter. Rev. Dr. Mcnde. George
Cabot Ward, and many other personal
IrienJs of Mr. Bryant. Letters of regret
were received from Bishop Potter, Gen.
Sherman, Dr. John Hall. arl Schurz,
The design of Mr. James II. White
house ol the firm of TiDany A Co., ot
Xew York, and several of the best
workers in silver, aided by the urti-t
who designed, and the mast r w ho super
intended the w ork, have been over a year
completing the vase. A flat solid plate
of silver was given to the workmen
this, with wooden mallets and then upon
the arm of an anvil with hammers, was
lieaten iuto the form of the bowl,
with great care and long labor.
Five methods of metal-working
were employed on the vase, the chief
method being that called y&mw work,
or healing cold, the nicest and ino-t tlif
llcult manner of working in silver. It
consisted ot workiur out from the surface
the flowers and projecting portions ol
the design according to the model in
wax that ha 1 already liecn made d the
The spirit of the work was expressed
by the artist In l,is remarks Itefore the
committee: "When the Bryant testimo
nial was first' mentioned to me, mv
thoughts at once flew to the country to
the crossing of the boughs of trees,
to the plants and flowers and
to a grand contemplation of nature, and
these, together with a certain Homeric
Influence, produced m my mind the germ
of this design the form ol a Greek vase,
with the most beautiful Aim rican flowers
growing round and entwining them
selves gracefully about it. each breathing
its own particular story as it grew."
'The body of the Vase, thus ornamented
with apple-branches and blossoms, and
primroses and amaranths, has also elabo
rate medallions o! the p t and of the main
a-pects of his life and work.
He is represented as a journalist, as
the poet ol nature and as the translator
of Homer. The moncv value Of till) V!l J.
me inousauu douars, though the r-al
cost of it is far bcyogd w hat the makers
receive for It, "so mueu U there ol mind,
and so little of matter in its c ouipo.-i.
tion." The vase was on exhibition at
the O n'.ennial exhibition for some weeks.
Mk. Ciu. SaI', foi meily (his city,
having taken charge of the Ballard county
.Veif. that pajK-r has put on an in. proved
tyiOKraphical apicarauce, and m iu
matter is racier and new spajcry than It
ever was before. Mr. SaupU a compe
tent person to manage a paper, and we
hoe he may receive patronage sutlicleut
to justify him in making Blandville his
permanent place of residence U,j bUsj.
ness. He w ill. If properly encouraged,
Kive the people ol Ballard county a pspcr
they will have reason to be fond of.
Hip fV.eV -JV...v,'.i, of th' 2llli in t..
has the following. The f.W. is l.'sdi. al,
and ery unfair : "Among Hip Illinois
delegates who atiiPd at Hip I Indell was
C. II. McCormiek, a mpm r of the .Na
tional ommittcp. Hp has. Ihh'ii promi
nent in the Illinois politic tor many
Veais. lie i enormously wealthy, and
i the owner of Hp- celebrated reaper that
lear hi name. lie ha alway
been Kpnlar in pol'uical circle, be
cause lie ii.i ai way gien ireeiy
to the eansp. SVeral journalistic
w reck mark the w ay in which his money
has gone. Hp i not an extreme hard
money man, being in favor of approach
ing sccie payments by degree. He
wa the author ot the call of the national
foiiveiitioti ot !,.. in which occurs a
paragraph setting forth his peculiar
financial yi-w. The vice presidential
im ggol ha got into McCormiek's head,
ami he will Ik moderate in advocating
any candidate until the line are liettcr
fixed than they are now.
The leader of the Illinois delegation 1
Perry II. Smith, an ex-railroad manager
and a millionaii-c. Ili presents the ai is
tocratie element in the party, ami finds
his affiliations with the "swallow-tails"
of the Manhatten club, rather than the
"short hairs" of Tanimai.y. His private
residence in Chicago cost a ouartcr ot a
million, and is the finest in that city.
Mr. 'smith is Tilden's lieutenant in Illi
nois. He has been earnest in working
up his cause for a year past. At the State
convention, thi week, he had charge
of the "barrel of money " which had
been sent to convert the Sucker poli
tician, lie had up-hill work, but pro"
gresed pretty well until the charge was
made against Tilden that he supported
the famous peace plank in the CJncngo
platform of lV,t. Had this development
not taken place. Smith would have se
cured an almost unanimous Tilden dele
gation. As it Is now, he claims a bare
S. S. Hayes, another Chicago million
aire, is a delegate, and came with the
party. He was comptroller ot the city
under Mayor Colvin. and excited great
opposition to himself by espousing the
cause of that dignitary during the recent
municipal trouble. Hayes is for Tilden.
Mr. John Forsyth, still another mil
lionaire of Chicago, was among the ar
rivals. He enjoys the distinction of being-the
only out-and-out Davis man yet
on the ground. l'oryt!i is an independ
ent charii'-ter, and will .-tick to D.ni- to
Gen. Hermann l.icb, derk of ' ook
county, minor, and editor of the r.u.t,
a Gcrniau daily, i-i one of the delegates.
He is for Tilden first and last. Ho says
that now the Democracy has the chance
to make or ruin the party. If they fail
to nominate Tilden, nothing can be hoped
for from the party. He s;iy the Ger
mans arc solid for Tilden md hard
Sheritl Agucw, Hou, John M. Roun
tree, an other Chicago iolitical dignita
ries accompanied the delegation.
There are innumerable speculation as
to the standing of the delegation, it is
claimed for both Tildeu and Hendricks.
It seems quite certain that the majority
arc lor Tilden as first choice, although
some of the Tilden men are quite we:;k.
Xot more than fifteen can b". counted
upon as certain for Tilden. The balance
are divided between Hendricks and
The St. Louis J-pnjl in, of yet r
day. contains the follotning convention
Morp bunting is vi-ible than ever.
The Virginia delegation is divided.
Tilden and Hancock are the favorites.
M. B. Siiencer, of Fort iVayue. a l li-
gate from Indiana, Is at the Southern.
The buzzing crowd iu the hotel lobbies
gets accretion with the arrival of every
Gov. ( has. II. Hardin arrived from
Jeflerson ity la-t evening and took
rooms at the Laclede.
James S. Bin k, N in. S. ate and Sam.
Warner, jr., ol the Arkansas delegation.
are at Barnum's.
Many of the delegates to the conven
tion were on 'change yesterday, gossiii
ingalMit the impending struggle.
August Belmont and party from Xew
York arrived last night and are stopping
at the Washinnton avenue hotel.
Dr. Win. S. Johnson, of Savannah,
Ga., is at the St. Nicholas, and reports a
delegation ol 100 on the way from
Gen. William Preston Johnstone of
Virginia arrived yesterday. Hancock
has a considerable follow ing iu the Old
There w ill be a mass-meeting at Liu
dcll park to-morrow night, at which
Judge Bayliss V . Hanna of Terre Haute
and St. Louis will siK-ak.
The Florida delegation have engaged
rooms at Barnum's, and w ill arrive here
this morning. Their headquarters will
be numbers Vand 10.
The delegation from Tennessee is
divided iu sentiment, but under instruc
tions to vote as a unit for Hendricks
Ten of the delegates are Tilden meu.
Judge Thomas S. Walker, mender
the National Iiemocratlc committee from
Alabama, and Gen. Joseph Wheeler, a
delegate from Alabama, me at Hie
Dr. l'attoii of the Yineunncs Sun has
arrived, and is to be found at the Hen
dricks headquarters, urging the claims
of Indiana' favorite son to the nomina
tion. The forces of Tammauy are b.-ing re-en-forced
by every arrival from the east.
These gentlemen are distributing them
selves around quite liberally, and work
ing very actively.
'1'he Californi.ins are Tildeuites. One
of the delegates from that State declares
that with Tildeu at the head of the ticket
the State can be easily carried for the
The Cincinnati Commercial says Dan.
Voorhecs, of the Tall Sycamore ol the
Whitewash, will -do the rhetorical cm-
luoidny frif I ic 1 1, (. at the St. Loul
The Di oigla di lee,iiou is lepieTfilcd
a being like all Gaul- uivldcd into three
part-oiup of the delegate being for
Hendricks, mime foi ILtueoek, ami v-
rral for Tilden.
Herman Buy, delegate liom California
stop with hi brother. Judge Bay, l,U
Clark nveniip. lb- formerly resided in
St. Loui, and 1 w. II known to many of
our old citizens.
The old North State has not yet put in
an nppetiraiicp. It i not known pre
cisely ho-v thp delegation ftand. Hon.
Thoma L. Clingman head the repre
sentative of North I 'arolina.
Gen. .1. R, Chalim r of the Mississippi
delegation: Wm. II. Carroll of Tennes
see; George Wlieelei ; Thomas A.
Walker of Alabama, and J. K. Ellis tlf
the Nevada delegation, are at the South
ern. The police arc thinking of lilting up a
ft w cells in the dow n-tow n statiou
hoiues for the ainmodatiou of any too
hilarious oplc who may prclcr them to
their hotcD during convention time.
Of the Cdoradod leg:tiot). lion. Adair
W ilson ami Gen. F. J. Marshall are in tie-
city, ami their licad'-nartcrg w ill le at 1 1:1
and 113 South Fifth sireet. The balance
of the deb irate w lii be here this morn
The lobby ol the I.yndeli i a sccti-le
already. Every seat is occupied, a is
also a good deal ot the standing room.
with gentlemen, every one ot whom
means business in the strictest sen e ol
A dispatch was received at New York
headquarters yesterday from tlie Virginia
delegation, stating that at a meeting at
Gratton the delegation stood a unite for
Tildeu. The delegation will reach St.
Gen. William 11. Carroll, of Memphis,
is in the city. He is n delegate from the
Tenth Tennessee district. The West
Teniussce delegates are by no means
planted oil a rock, a to who ought to
be placed in nomination.
Gen. A. W. Doniphan, the hero of the
Doniphan expedition, arrived yesterday
and is at the Southern. He is looking
remarkably well. The gei.eral repre
sents the Eleventh congressional district
of Missouri in the convention.
A portion of the Ohio delegation ar
rived at the Planters' la-t evening and
registered as follows: Geo. Perkins. i;i
ciiiuati; Hon. R. E. Reese and M. Sleek,
Logan; Hon. Frank H. Hurd, Toledo;
Judge Wm. C.irPT and Hon. A-aTob-crcn,
It is given out by those well informed
that perhaps Gen. Morgan of Ohio may
be the temporary chairman of the con
vention, and that I'. S. Senator Wm.
Wallace of Pennsylvania, is likely to be
elected as permanent chairman. Mr.
Wallace will arrive to-dav. J
Judge A. D. Batiks is in the city as a
delegate from Mississippi. He says his
delegation are lor Til Jen as first choice.
They are ready to make any concession.
which will enable the conen:iou to place
in the field a ticket that will win. Suc
cess first of all, and settlement of differ
ences afterwards is the Southern motto.
A prominent South Carolinau now iu
the city says that there are great hopes
entertained that the State can be carried
for the Democratic nominees. The at
titude of Gov. Chamberlain and the
regular Radicals renders the prospect
for victory very flattering. The iv,ir
in the enemy's camp Is the Democratic
The Cincinnati l'mjan-er ol yesterday
has a dispatch from sr. Louis, in which
the follow ing Is given : "Speakiu? in
the. language of the turf, the race is now
Tilden against the field, with Hendricks
lor second, Hancock third, Allen fourth,
Bayard fifth, and two or others whose
places cannot be definitely fixed."'
Hon. W. P. Bate ot Nashville, Trim.,
who came within one vote of beating
Andrew Johnson for senator, is at the
Lindell. He is a member of the Demo
cratic National committee from Tennes
see. W. H. Carroll, a Tennessee dele
gat?, is also here. The bulk of the Ten
nesse delegation will reach here to-night
and stop at tlie Southern.
It ha been telegraphed Irom here to
tbeeastern paper thutex-Gov. R. Gratz
Brown, on the reception of the news of
tin- nomination of Hayes, expressed
an intention to uiort him. Gov.
Brown states this i not true. He ex
pects to support the Democratic, candi
dates to be nominated hy the St. Louis
Delegates Wm. Purcell, Rochester, X.
V.; Hon. A. P. Lansing, Buffalo, and
Henry J. GlowakI, Batavia, X. '., have
arrived aud quartered at the Southern.
Hon. Wm. J. Sheridan, Gen. Bernard
O'Reilly aud H. D. MeXaughton,
Rochester, Geo. Talbot, Henry Kirko
reu, Allen Potter and Joseph Warren, ol
Buffalo, nre also at tho Southern.
I A'!jnriMrl Milling J
Col.xcll. i lliMiin:.
C.uno, III., June 2:i, IsTO. j
Prepiit Hi Honor, Mayor Winter
aud Alderman Ilalllday, McGauley, Par
ker, Ritteiihoiise, Thlstlewood and Wil
The board of health reported as fol
lows: lo Hi. Honor, tht.Muyur, met (he im-mUi, 0f
Hit Culiiluoli Cciim il.
G I .NTLLMEN : We. oi,,tor-!,r.i..,l
members of the board of health, to whom
leierrcci me communication from the
mayor, would report tho same back, rec
ommending the same be received and
placed on hie; and the mayor be requested
to nominate a health orliee. to Ihi kept on
duty as long as the board of health di-cui
his services required.
M. J. Mt (jai'li y,
B. F. Pakklk,
Board of Health.
On motiou o Alderman Thlstlewood
said report was received aud ordered
A petition from the Western Union
Telegraph company, was presented, re
questing perwhsloti to construct a line of
telegraph from a point on the Mississippi
levee, between th...;,,, Wi,rU aTld ,
C. and St. I.. R. R, frciehf d. pot, al.w
Second Huff to Ohio levee.
Alderman Ilalllday moved that the
prayer of the petitlonei In- ranted - the
pole to I ef under ibleetioii of the
Stleel Coln'mittee. tihbh Motion j,e-
The Mayor then made the lollortinu
i marks to the council :
G i:ti I mi. a: --As it appear to be II. e
general wih of the iiieniU'i ol the city
council Hiat I put on iioiiiiu.tiioh for
health citlicer, under their recommenda
tion, his service to l diM'n-cd with
Whenever Die tioir.l r.f i . . ... 1 r I . .......
mends los discharge, Wm. Brown. I ac
cede, to your wishc, and put iu nomina
tion tor the position of health otbeer
the aid V m. Brow n.
The said nomination wa confirmed by
the following vote :
Ayes-Ilalliday. MeUauley. IVuker.
Ritteiiboup, Tliil!evoodand Wilcox -C.
On motion of Alderman Halliday, the
J. W. Si i w i:r. City Clcik.
(Or if placed la a line, over)
is mm of
60LD DURING the YEAR 1875
tVMJY STOVK IS
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Ult I'tiN n!,," a hiM.k . I' .vo
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t'-rit ol I'ulertH, w .ihiiigt-.ii, l .
THE BEST AND PUREST
CHEAP, CONVENIENT, CLEANLY,
ASK VOUR GROCER OR ORUUCIST FOR IT
WM. GLENN & SONS, CINCINNATI.
ien elrirant utin-U of Choiee Millie urrui'e.1
lor the I'uiuii l-ortewill I M-nt hy muil ou i
i eon ol one ilolhir, (Mj,t jitthlj or eiiifle eiie
ut I i'llU Ctt'-ll.
hey i-j, n Bh 1. i,rilere,l thriiiijjli nv new.
ileal in llm l iilteif stales
llapiner itaVH lubtruineiila', Ti.m t!r,,u n
. uy . i uut rorei.
Kar O'er the Wave.-
lliKh Lilt W'aliz
Kuwn when- the Violet hnm .
W ben Ohl Jn kaon ha-1 Ui-i Uuy
The (.mini ol r'urni
i he ( olletft- (uiektei .
'I hen-'h a 1-IU r III the Caielle...
uyou JU-ally Think he- Jii-I.'
.. Ian hie
AiMrvaa onlera to lu-uj. W. Uitchcork, Tub
liahera.. m J iiint Avenue X. Y. li-tMfiiiu.
'I .. . ..... M 1
Ia:fcstt lit aaittltj. Ircjicrei thi tu'Mj
Linccln Butter Pnwder
4oHl I're.li Iluller nil Vei.r Itouu.l
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln. Hutler l'uw der i an entirely
liainile.. urtult) luado from u eelebruted
ifrlit-h reiipe, und now iu daily we by
mauy of tbe mot linteil lariueib ill the
butter cuuutif a around I'liiliottl; lila.
la hot wtatlit r thi l'owder inul.ea tiutli-r
lUUeh li liner aoat kweeter tbuli it Usually i,
and keeim Jt from turoiu ramid. It a!u
rtuiovta Hit. troiiK flavor of turnips, Karlie,
vveeiln. era .talk., t-ot'on mseii, ele,; umi
the iui rt'uned yield of tut tar mueh more
III D pay. th trillion expeobe of .uu it.
84 Vu( Vrr PHrkHkT!.
WnoLsiLit Iriir : iiv;-Mrki t St.,
COME MID MM.
l-resli, , Piiro mid Natural, as fuvniNhod by Old Mother Kuril. "J-'Olt
THK IlKALJNU OF TJIFJ NATIONS." Obtained Direct
Irom their Sources and Kept on lco by
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION
BETHESDA MINERAL WATER
Of Waukcslia. Wisconsin,
of tl - Nc-k of the l!!.i.,. r and Cirt'., -i. t,jl:atii ol the ltl....r. I ir..r -v. (.out
. ft' ,"' 1 All.imi.-nm-.i.,li..,.v or t loudv 1 tlt.c, llri. ll li ,-t f...
i.uuMM auu I'urn
l.uriimu'eii-itioii wnli M,;ir. Pain w h.-n
l ain in tlie Kidney mid l.ioe, Toi j-I-I
'lliere i-no remedial iiL'ttit known to
elKeln ally a Iti tli.-. :i Water. Thi fa, t
""'") '.. i:i n a.er. i in i i, t i,s i,(.n, ., ii)on,lt al. d wherever the u nt.r
In en u.eii k'-eordm. to direi tien: which e:m he bail a. On; (it-Betal Afrent-.' I. i.o
atiuii to tuciu. J lie ater i t-w. et ati-l J lei-.-iiit n the tte. It . an l-p Jrauk ii !;i
r. Why Hhiiii'il unv one utlr wlrle t In- w ier t- ei-lly obtniurd
llB III , . l
I if llt. II.VWI.KY UK A III, of
of recent eilleii within lit-, jir.ietji e :
I onlinuatlon of elite by I.K MIKM V MMtIM; Al Kit, kfttr the mti. nl, have .e.-i.
-r.)DiiUliePil heyoli.1 rebel tlioiuh they are not a tithe Of thoae dailv r.-eeH. .1
r-At It AIM NK I I A HKl'K? Kev. .1 hoini I'mrose, -ea Cliff amt I'-rooklvn : Morri.
Vrowii, I en ii lan: M.i.i-,r f.ui t, Mr. liatber, Mm. t.uton, Kinderhook ; Mr. ."aotnlir.
New oi k.
ISIiltitlT'S 1I1:am:-J. S. (tou'.J, llu.l-on : Mr. .Imk-e Van Cott C.-.h-b M-.r-iu
Mr. . Itarnes .Mount Vernon: W. . , . nr. sin.- Mr.-. Mrs Ald. rman. .Mi -. Mr.'
W ili ox. New Y ot k : Ir. W, 11. m). Mr It.-mur. Mrs. Hern. Mr. .lame., isronk'wi'
I I.CKItAriuN (K '1IIK l'.LAIlKlt-K oltax. ftuff.!.,; T.J.Cox. New York.
w bat urteoii-(i ner.v; oleott and other tTotinii. nt M. dieil 51. n -iv about tbe
. ... , MlUVAi kKK.JJciii! -iy I, 1:.:.
I am e-ra'.ltie I to find that tlie opinion kim-h bv nn-, over tn veam av. en the
niedicinal f-r-iierlit or the l!el!i .!u Water. ha been lullv .usUiiied'and cniit ine.l bv
it use. in a Vai mitnlier ar;. vaii'-ly ot eis. invoh in if the uriii.'rv or-rmi-. In tnair, -nay
In mo-t ol u..h i a-ra, I do not b--itate t- iy that it j. vaotir aupr-rior to a'ny
other remedy known to the frof. ion. K. I:. Wol t n i l M ft
We Hilly eiiiieiii-in the above : (. V. Wo!i o't. M. I: .t. h li-rn r.M.I) liibete
H. Xelowskl, M. I : I. M. Alien, M. 1. '
lii.i-: l.i-.l, d'..r, .li r.-. l; .:.!)-: ,ti. .. i3 .1 , ;
I-i-rityi: ami ruin in',4 l:ic juj ,!':in:U'i: uii:i , ,
Ur Ke'eri l'tt.:r lii-ih-ii:,iiii!,n ini'j-i, .us
s.ii.c anil hr:r wmi ii ar: iiiiilc frrii'. t.l . .,t,n,j ,ir ,vr;,
j!l llir irncs nf Hi!, iia-.urc , kn. wn al r-sti , on lliij, li ta.
1 ii. -ii able, in many rc..t, a I'.vic o: i'. c lwcr U'.ut I r.
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga,
'I he w..t. r -l the Kxceiior Si.r-rs i lavftuMe, r niovin- .it.. rexentiier
(.-rh-nf ai l alt.-rative et!e, t,, tbe in. iiu.nt f..n.f .f Jise.i-c
ll i- liU-hly recoiiiiuvLili-1 by tlie in )st iii.ioeii'. p!iv-Ii i;.ii. mi l i- u- -l w ill.
-ili'.e-s in Hie treatmelit of ll r.. i,.-i.i. I'm '.filiation ..'f He -..-.v..' in.,ii...
i.ivtraiel in-lneys, ri v.-ri., !.'i--jluU, .111
romcity tor the Head.t. I.e. ami a jiUa-ant
Mii.eral atct freiim i.ily ji ww roe-l .. inal virtut., in ti.tir u-i. ln. 1. . am-i-t ! ' j -: u I ' i '
P" -f-Ol-i .-fills ii-fci- .lirnu ;.kl art i.iw!i by ...-.!) ..
All of the abeve Waters for aula on ilrai'i'Ut iu Bottlca, by tin. Onllwu in
Jutta or Kei;, or by tho Birrel ty
BARGLAy BROS., Druggist:,
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo. Dl,
GILES, BRO. & CO.
WhOleaile itu a K.tnii
NOS. 2CG & 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO. "
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linlter In -In
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Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description.
als and Tools for Jewelers.
tlJ.W'iy om. vi.Mtih' Jill A." .-limil.l itU at our -Mall(.-liincit uii'l cxiiMiiur utir .mi1 .tt
The 'h:itl Trie- i ur Mullti.
pitiie Life kmm
SOCIETY, OP KE YORK
On the Savings Bank Plan for Your Own Benefit;
Or LIFE or ENDOWMENT FOR YOURSELF AND FAMILY.
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR !
SURPLUS, $ 4,515,912 42.
ASSETS, $29,030 087 70- .
E. A. BURNETT, Agt.
AreTf ou Going to Fai
TIIEN USE MILLER BROS'
I0.-a.ly fur u.. iu White, an'l over On Uuurlred Different Color, iiui.tr of atrk-lly prnu
While Lcail, iuo iuij I.inml Oil Chwuiltaillf coiubiu. J. annt. Much Haudaower uiel
Cbeapar, ainl to last TW Ii K AS f.l . St. aa auf otli.i paint, ll bit lukvn lit Kirsl rr.-miinn.al
IW.-nly buttr ulraol tha Union, ami I on mnur tbounanil ol'tlir finest huuxra in tlieeoioili y.
i'iticEKiiuicEi,iMj,iKctiiPNTtKKKi 3TSt. Clftlr St., Cleveland, Onto.
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