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CYBUfl 8. OBERLY, Editor.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
SAattTZX. 3. TILDE N.
of Saw York.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
Wm. J. ALLKN. of Jactwn rounty.
Was T. COOLBUAQH, of t on ounty.
ST DtTl( t,
lit Dla t-Thomaa Horn,
a S. S. Hayes,
id Aruo Tom,
4th " -Tho. B. Coulter.
Hh W. C. Omn,
eta ' -Jama B. Eckala.
:u " -0o. B. Martin,
ttk " -0. W. Bollock.
ta " -L, W. James,
lta " J. W. Darldaon,
Uth " -W. E. Swing.
Kth " -Charier A Key,
:th " C. A. Robert.
Hta " -O. B. Flokltn,
i:,t " -B. H.Biahop,
lata " J. J. Phillip.
Kth -C. A. Walker.
Hth " J. P. Johnson.
)th " - J. X. Crab.
OEMOCBATIC STITE TICKET.
of ktna.ll county .
ARCHIBALD A. GLENN,
b( Brum county.
t or feccrf ury of !uu,
S. Y. THORNTON,
Fat 9uu Treuurcr,
of CI. otto county,
Fei Atloiiwy Ueuer.l,
of Loeuo rounty.
of Randolph county .
lot Master Stat Baartl of Lqualiutlon,
OLIVER P. HILL,
of futon county.
8e atorlal District Ticket.
Foe Stale Scatter Fiftutb Ii.itn.i,
of Cnioa county,
Fot BaprcaeBiatiTet in the Lrciilaturc Fiftieth
FRA3TK M. AONEW,
(i Jacktca county.
JOHN H. OBERLY,
of AkuArflcr coumlj.
Wail touch may ba aecoiubliabed by
tha suttooda, It tuifht oceurat delusive
tiUUou 11 1 withhold here the azpie
iOB of By t-oavUtiou that t,o reform of the
civil ail: la iht ectuatrr will b eou
friU aad penbaaant until it chief taag'.t-
trau U coast it utlc aally disqualified lor re-
eiautioa; exprTL-e Latin; repeat Jiy
tipoaed U JtUitj of elf-nnpd restric
tive by candidate or ineuuibenu.
'I brouxh thU solemnity o!y can L be el
etttaiiy dtilvtred from bit (Tt.atl tticpta
rae to fflUu th power and patronage
M wbi.-4 the Kxecotive is aeees-arily
charted. rrotn Samuel 4. TiMen's ltttr
The nobler motives of humanity concur
with tka material interests of ail ia reuir-ia-
that Try obstacle be removed to a
compter and durable reconciliation be
twaea k.aUrid population onus unnatur
ally tra&Kd,oe lh bam recognized by
tua St. Loula platform, of tha "eontitution
of Um I.'niud UUa, with iu amendmaau
univaraally atcepUd a a tlnal attlemnt
of tha eontrotern.aa which engendered eivil
war' Bat, is aid of a reault ao benetirient,
the moral influen. a of et ery good citizen, bj
wJ eyery toTernmental autbority,
ought to be exerted, not alone to maintain
tnetrjuat equality before the law, but like
wiae to eatabliih a cor Hal fraternity and
good will awoog citn, wbatcter there
rare or color, mho are now united in the
on deatiny of a uiiuod telf-government
If the duty ahaU be aligned to me, I nhould
not fail to exerciae th power with whit U
the lawi and the conatitutioa of our coun
try doth lu thief magUtrate, to protect all
U tltiztuJ, w hatever their former condi
tioa, la every political and peraoual right.
I From Samuel J. Tilden'a letter of act ep.
We denounce the Jlnumpttun chiute
the act of 1875, aii we Urr Jr.
inund it repeal. Xatt'onal lkuioratlc
See when the fruitt of industry are
gathered for the ute of the toiUrs, that
they art nut watted ly the profligacy
fraud or peculation of your pulli'e
Jim ttLai.M made a ipeech iu C lacin
natl recently, to the commercial men, lu
wWU h It uaej aome very jiersoual Ian
iruaga toward CUrlea Francia Adami,
tlaliomg that Charlei' friend., through
tha medium of tut) anaoclated pre, are
UUaeudaaUng ltttrs. aa tamy4jgn UllcU
that art decidedly offenaive to him. He
UevVdeuUyofleoded, and atluglngly ap.
ptted hit blUUrlng wufl to the little pa.
Irtot who U deatUied to be the next gov
ernor of Uaaaaehuaetti.
mm vuicago 7Wi,; "(Jovernor
HIM It la a.1
-maimiivii wuat U rei.ru.
S atatad u unlmpeacLabl auUtorlty, aald
j to aracent vlaltor: 'Oo the questiou of
I tfl . . I. - mm ... I
. WW, um ixaumpuon act, ana the it
t$muy or reform, we will t badly
. Damn. tt must ware the bloody ahirt
) mma renve ue bitter prejudice of toe
war.' It la Impoaslble Utat this can be
! tae. Gov. Hay haa probably con
eoted with reluctance, to the illaloe
? CUudler prog ramme, but he could
Lardly proatiluu hlmeeU'to auch baae.
I m M thil. It would be the moat tatal
reflectkM upon hit Integrity aa well i
f touHMmuy, for be declared the opposite
; la hit letter of acceptance."
Wftlvcktoii qimrBtttimil Xt-w Orlonna,
lcnriii tlio ilri'mltul sotitln-rn innll.v
woulil Itc tr.inspnrtfil to tin ir U-auliful
LUn1 city Riul tlfpopiilatn If. New Or
Ipnmi criou!y fdtjortotl to move, n
ltalvpton l ilii'co.itKntrV!t.v tollioloiK
star Mati amt nktl Hint llio imrtintino
In; liflptl. oniliiijr ovrr niirni)tTi thronjrli
tier Jioanl ol lictlili nml l-adinji p1ijl
rlari that no ilangor rxistotl wliatcvrr.
But the little city tvcnllwtctl a s rious
time it had oino year njjo, ami ohjerteii,
aayinjr "WIiph we Income tlioroujrlily
natUtktl there l. no tlan;rer we will liir
tlie nuarantine and let in your .ship not
ttelorp!" Thi ha. niiireriHl the people ol
New Orlean?. who now contrast the ac
tion of the (ialvetoni.ins witli that ol the
Memphians railing the latter chivalrous
The announcement of frost in New Or
leans will settle the question ami nNe the
oTtjpctionaWe quarantine, ami if the white
Messlnjr will only creep down and over
suffering Savannah, all will go well again
in that hititinle, and people Vt ill have an
opportunity to mourn for the many dead
and resit from the toil of waiting on the
siek and combatting the enemy.
Perhaps (.ialveton did not act well in
this matter; but when we reflect that she
knows tttc deadly spite of the lever, and
that men flee from it as from an advanc
ing fire, we can haidly Illume her. She
knew that fever existed In the 'renceni
ity, and she fin ml it. That' w hat Mie
said, and she did u.d hoitHttr t ai t upon
Tin: AKW TIC H I T.
lu our support of the new ticket we de
sire to avoid personulitie, hut will not,
at the risk of self-respect, permit whole
rale public denunciation without a reply
throuL'h the columns of the IU'l.Ll.iix.
If we are compelled to use men's names
harshly In the paper we have b.f n culled
upon to edit -In an apparently w arm po
litical perlml lu the history ol titis ena
torial district, it will lie hecanse we
hare been driven to It through
the immoderate luniruafe of
men who are not w Ue, but reckless, ow
ing, perhaps, to concealed motive.
It men are personally aggrieved they
should seek redress I rom those giving
offense, and do it as quietly as ik-U)W,
and not oiler insults in a wholesale man
ner to those who may lie politically op
posed, or who of the game party may dil
fer upon the political or social merits of
candidate. We want a peacetul cam
paign, and it will not he our fault it it
Among the uewtpBt r ot the district
the utmost harmony prevails, and har
mony nhould exiet among the two fac
tions of the Ix ntocratie party ; otherw ise
it will have a tendency to disturb the
peace ot the city, which at this critical
time in our national aff.tirs ought to re
main unruffled for the good r. the dem
In another column w e publish from the
Chicago Timet a very graphic account ot
a e ret conclave held iu hicng.. It
was upios-l that John II. Urly had
fi!l deciraro.i l.y ljrc und bold
mak demon and put in a bag and toted
to the lake. He was not rui in a af
ter decapitation by a large tna.-k.ol de
mon as i'.ipposeil. but pro!abljr arrived
at ltom in timo to be put in a bag here,
as we were nn-ler the impression that
fare had len ordaineiJ iur n a few days
ago. He appear healthy ar! atrong and
it mi?M not be a ca.e of Old CLif.i:moii
chawing np tle mall t-ar in the ni'-na-erie.
We aregla.1 1. wa not decapitated
and haggetl in i.'hWrago.
MEPt Bl.lrAS HACRILIf.i:.
It is reported that the I-puhhcan f.f
I-ancsuter, Ia., u.re up tlie woo. It n
crosses in the Cathol't.. cemetery, tor the
purpose of feeding their bonfires, burn
ing a large number of them. What el-
can be expected ol a party coiintenan-
cir.g a man ot the Ingersoll stamp f What
are wocxlen crosse to them ': They in
vade the aacrpd precincts ol the grai e
and tear trom over the dead emblem ol
a rtligious faith that were dear to them
when living. An Indian of the plains
would hardly stoop to uch cowardly
OI'I'II IAL lOHMAllO.N.
From an ollkial certificate transmitted to
Jacob G. Lynoh, county clerk of Alexan
der, by the state auditor, and through
Mr. Lynch' courtesy furnbdied u.,it will
be seen that the state board of equaliza
tion has reduced the value of property
Iu this county, as assessed by the county
assessor, as follow s : IVrsonal property,
10 per rent.; lands, per cent.; town and
city lots, 31 per cent. We consider this
an Item of interest to our citizens w ho
may now commence to feel a slight re
lief from the burdens of taxation.
Tut St. Louis Tune: "The returns
from Colorado are all estimates, and llio
associated press seems to have fixed them
up with the usual display of Radical en
thusiam. The aggregate vote in Colo
rado is too small, and the dltllciilty ol
getting early returns too great to permit
of a settlement of the question by the as
sociated pres aaent in this aummnrv
manner. We remember the wild reports
ent from Vermont and Maine on the
night of election, which actual returns
subsequently modiihxl very consldera-
oi) . i he liepubllcans now bar. lv lim
Colorado and a very little modifying may
leave them without their iciory. Iu tlie
fourteen year, since iu, organization Col
orado ha. only once KjVfll lk.miM.ntu.
Is Tenneaaee, near I'aris, U pmy N.
shal Torbett, who resides in Memphis, Ju
company with a gentleman named Me.
Alexander attempted to arrest V. r
Oiks, who was charged with having f
his possession uu.tauii.ed tobacco. The
eflort to secure illcs cost Torbett hi
life, he receiving a charge of buckshot in
the breast. McAlexauder was shot in
Ihe oat tail. Giles mounted a hor.e ami
rode awav, not, however Itefore he tnnde
the second attempt to kill McAleXnmler
'i'orbctf was eonideml a good (itticcr
llls dentil Is lanietitcd y the till ens
The NennlarUI Mu.l.lle-Tow itea it ml
Albrlahl-Popnlxrlly nl I ho New
Nrnitlorlitl Tleket .
rAntnisiiAt r, lt.t.., (K-t a, 1
KniToit IJt t.t ki in : The action of the
late doueshoro convention, which met on
the Isth ult., are unanimously ratilied by
the iH'inocracy and I'cfornu rsul Carbon
dale and -lai kson county. The runnina
tintts nmde give universal sutlsfailitm
here. (Hd Jackson wdl eat her 1,'.."0
iKMiiocralie votes lor the hone.t ami
highly respected gentleman. Judge Ilile
man, for senator. In the iiominallon of
Hon. John II. Obcrly for representative
the convention selected the choice of our
people. In tlie nomination of I r.
new lor the other representative our peo
ple are highly satistied. lu the three iiom
iuations we Ih'IioM men identitied with
the great object ol Icnioeracy at the
rt'seiit time Kclorm. IneaoTownes
and Albright should tcrslst in making
the race for senator and representative it
will make but little ditlcreiice iu the
final result. Iu case Mr. Albright should
still continue in the race, Messrs, f Micrly
ami A ir new will iret at lea-t 2. '? votes
each in this county. The writer is ea
tirely sati-tied that .Mr. Albright would
not receive enough votes to clmnge the
result i tlie election materially.
It i earnestly hoped and believed that
Messrs. Ttiwuesatlil Albright w ill ilecliue
to loiiuer continue candidate. Ilnth
gentlemen certainly know by this time
that they are not the choice of th people
of this district, and to continue in the
race longer would lie nothing less than
lolly m their part. c now look for
l ow lies and Albright to take w ise conn
sel and retire from the race, and in sodoing
they will save themselves o defeat and
utter disgrace iu the cud. They are both
young men yet and have many years to
live, and th time may come for Ixith of
them to represent the people yet in the
high ofllces. They certainly cannot hope
to be elected iu November, and to con
tinue in the race further would undoubt
edly be for no other reason than to defeat
the Democratic party this fill. They
could neither one hope to gain anything
by a defeat to the party, and they could
certainly hope fur a gain by
the tlectlou of the full Demo
cratic ticket. Therefore, alter ma
ture del:beratinn we feel atire that
both Tow nes and Albright will decline
from further contests. By so doing
they can aid the party, but continuing as
candidates will not defeat either Hile-
inan, Oberly or Agnew, for the ticket
nominated on the l?th of September
has'already bee n generally ratilied, and
with such zeal and earncsfwss we know
our jieople are determined to give them
a hearty support. Not only will the
nomination ot the lth ult. tie supported
by the Democracy, but al. by many
Republican. Tlie w riter could now name
twenty-five Republicans in this place
that will give it a larfv support. We
have no harsh word to say against either
Town or Albright; we don't write this
to ifijureeitherof them, but in all candor
I say it is written tor tlie good of both
gentlemen, and we do hr.r. they will
think deep down iu their own hearts and
for their own g'.od, the g,d t,i the i
party, and the country they will cease to
prevent harmony and retire from thei
political tie, ,vi candid ttes.
Your truly, C.i:r.fin.i.:.
DAMN THE DUTCH.'
Radical Managers and the
Npeelinen C ninpnla-n loeiim ent Kent
Out liy fh KeiMibllean X
lloual I oniiiiiller.
SM-e:ul ilinatci to ( liicajrn 'limei.
A HAYHS CAMI'AltiV I Tl f.KA.VC I:.
Wasmxt.Tox, Gct.2. Thu Republican
managers here evidently regard the i'e
feet ion of the Germans in Ohio as incur
able and are directing all their efforts to
the localities where the prohibition ele
ment is strongcht. Among their devices
for enlisting the friendship of the te utte
rance people are a series of Jittlc tracts
which they have bt-en secretly circulating
in vast quantities during the pat ten
days, in localities w here there are no Ger
man voters. These campaign tracts are in
tended to alarm ami excite the apprehen
sions of the solier church-going popula
tion of the Western Reserve and other
localities where the puritan clement pre
pomlcrates. The following Is a copy of
one of the tracts, entitled. "Sahhtii
Breaking :" "Every thoughtful Amor-
Ican-liorii citizen must view wlihgrcut
TIIK ALAUMIXC; OltOWIIl OK IfikKLIOION
iii certain quarters of our country. I'ndor
the guise of scientific discussion and lect
ures upon the operation ol nature at
tacks arv constantly made upon the re
vealed religion. The theories ol various
individuals as to the universe, of animal
life and the human species, which
are in direct conflict with the bible, are
given wide circulation through periodi
cals and the daily pros and thus the poi
son Iniusiduously instilled into the mind
ol the growing generation and the, evil
fruits are ripening bidore the most w atch
ful parent discover the fact that the
moral blight lial touched hi household.
It Is a noticeable fact that the nio-t active
fkol'AUAMilSIS or tIL AUt. M.kll'.N-
Aud that they receive their principal en
couragement iu our country from that
class of our population to w houi we have
with matt Ideas generosity always exleu.
ded with the least possible obstacles the
priceless blessings of our free instiutions.
Of course one would not discourage
immigration or advocate, save in excep
tion cases, any xclivo piivileges of
Americau-boru citizens, but at the same
time tt Isadufy which we owe to our
sclves.toour children, and to our religion,
that we should jealmi-ly guard ngaint the
overthrow of tlni proteslant filth A
the emissaries the pope,
1IIK C S1IIOI t ,IKt ir,
Arenlmingn death-blow at our free In
stitiitlon hv ei.i kinir to overthrow our
glorious common school system, so like
wlsn do the fnrrlKii fice thlnker seek to
accomplish the same end by snapping the
foundations ol all I'f in N. It is the hlh
est tluty of every true American to see to
it that this class doc not obtain a ilmni
iiant Intluence in our national nml do
niestlc politic. It should Ik constantly
borne In mind that the basis of all civil
lilierty and modern civilization Is Christ!
unity, and that if this corner-stone i
taken awav the irrand superstructure of
the American republic would soon
Toil I R AMI KAI 1..
The presumption ot a certain class of
foreigners in seeking to dictate what our
legislation snail he in regani io uic tiese-
crationofthe Lord's tl.iy is )articularly
noticeable In dilVrrent sections id tin
country. God fearing people who desire
to worship their Maker in a becoming
manner, and who o'Jeet to having places
of amusement opened in opposition to
their church, and bar-rooms set up as
sign-boards to ptiint to the broad road to
hell, are mocked nt as old-fashioned mor
alists ami advocates of sumptuary laws.
As well prescribe what sort tit clothes a
man shall wear, cry these
Al OCA I KS t"K SlllllAltl-Mit.AklVli,
as to ay he shall not drink beer on Sun
day. There is a wide difference fietwet n
laws regulating the observance of the
Lord's day and prescribing the kind of
t l.ithes people hall wear, as intelligent
and i lght-miuilcd men cannot fail to see.
I he one is a public right; the other a pri
vate right. The one concerns society,
the moral wclf.ire of which Is a proier
subject for the legislator to lie mindful
of; the other afl.s ts individuals only, ami
it is sertprly possible to conceive an in
stance where public interests would de
mand statutory regulations iu regard to
Ires, but the preservation of
THE MoRAl.S A CO.MMl'N IT Y
Dcertaiiily the first duty of the law-mak
ing power, and who will dare atllrm that
the youth of the country are not demoral
ized and enticed into evil ways by bar
rooms ojien on the Sabbath day and
places ofamu en nt run iu opposition to
the ( hurt hes
Tills series of tracts embraces a half
dozen or more, and includes such sub-
lecfs as "The Ch'irch and the Ueer Uar-
den," "The SJ;t' ii Tark as a Moral
Teacher." and si.uilar themes. The evi
dent purpose Is :o revive all the fanati
cism of ttie several orthodox religionists
and gain votes troiu this elas for the
A SECRET CONCLAVE.
At Hlilrb KwiueUilns; llortltile la Sup
H'i au iiatr nreu atone.
if hli-ago Tfmt.)
'I he memtiers f the (,'ook county ecu
irai committee of ttie in-ret order of
Democrats met in secret session in the
loft of tlie building at No. . . Clark street.
on yesterday afternoon, for the Mirnose
of taking into eotjUlerutioii thecongrcs-
ioiiat outi ic-M.iauve uominaiions ot the
Only tfio-e who could give the trin
and pass-word were allowed to enter the
gloomy prctliicts ot the dark and dimal
hamljer in which the session was held.
on alter i o clock Chief Sachem l'errv
ft. Smith appeared nmou? the crowd
w hich hal A-scmblcd in the loner room
fit lotiging to the organization, and in
vited thoMf who )iosM-sed the mystic
signs of the order to proceed wltli him to
the cock-loft above, lu rc-r.orise to this
iiviuuioii. a ttozeu or more natnots with
long tx-nrds and slouched hats followetl
the lead of Mr. Smith and clambered
up the stairs alter him with
ilcnt looUs but with noIr
ieis. navinir readied their re.
tired chaiiils r. the iftiards were nri.oerlv
statitnt;d and the doors locked against all
intruders. Occasionally a tardy member
of the secret organization would appear
ui me iioir. give mree oisimct kniM'ks
aim paiiM! mr a reply. Tlicu a masked
ngure a.jeared at the door, with red and
green stripe of paint neros the face, the
head covered with the disguimj of an In
dian warior, bearing a sanguinary-looking
battle-axe, a black bottle, ami a lon
sculping knile fastened to his belt. If the
iiicuiIkt could give the proper signal aud
utter the magic pass-word he was allowed
to enter the august prese nt of the grand
mogul aud the niemliers of the order. If
he could not give the signs and words he
was rudely turned away.
Among those who were seen f. enter
this ghostly chamber was John 11.
Obcrly, ol the Cairo Bi i.u.nx, w ho hap
pened to be iu the city on a visit. A
blood-curding shriek shook the mviMy
air and quivered in tho rafters or the
building some moments nlterward.and it
is supposed that the dauntless young ed
itor met a hapless fate. He was never
seen to leave the horrible chamber by the
awe struck reporters w ho lingered on the
step without. If he was really
beheaded by the masked monster w ithin,
it is supposed ho met his fate
manfully, for he possessed a liold and
intrepid spirit that shrinks from no dan
ger, however appalling it may appear.
Some two hours later the reporters lie
held a villainous-looking man stealing
away Irom the vicinity with a huge sack
on his shoulders, stooping under the
weight ot the load, and apparently sock
ing to avoid observation. The reporters
thought that it contained the body of the
unloitunate Obcrly and Immediately
gave the alarm, 'i he suspicious Individ
uality was overhauled, but the sack was
found to contain nothing but rags. Mr.
Obcrly is well known throughout the
state, and it he has fallen a victim ot these
liolitical ogres, as appe ars to bo the case
now. his sanguinary demise will be
deeply regretted by his many steadfast
friends. Itseems that this secret conclave
on yesterday passed no edicts. Chief
Sachem Smith, the knight of the golden
eye-glass, presided. A war-dance was
executed by Ihe assembled braves,
and the assembly adjourned to meet
again one week from Wednesday at
:i o'clock. The inak aud paints
were laid aside and the company emer
ged fromthe chamber. Among the braves
were, t hlel Sachem IVrrv II. Smith. A
C. Storey, Mile Kehoe, William Law,
and many others. It i understood that
tliey decided to do nothiutf until after the
A .WIS WASTED t0
eall the New
an n t h r V w o.": "J " "' k : z:, .
J.... tlie buck .;r the liZZTiXsZ .lull hlalor
! ".N-,"'U1 L"l"s;lu.lUotUmiil. hhoaa
. " f 'u nu.um.e.1 almst iu
.rK.nuii..u. .j.lani how lob am put
Wli .ky lian.l.ninl Kelanap Knaudal. II iv
Uriik. t.raielrlutxt f.ir Aircut. AUilrvaa
s-K-wew J. II . tUAbibtK,. iu UmajK.
nmtV ttAR HIIIIKt THE ITHLIO.
DR. C. MVLANE'S
f F. I. I I! u A I i: L
'R i iir n KS i,r
I loj otitis or l.ivcr Cumjilaint,
l-V l ll sIA AMI hit K III AliAl Ht.
Symp'oins of a DistMscil l.ivcr.
1)AI in the riyht side, under tlie
cil-ctif the rilis, im rcascson pres
sure ; sometimes tlie jiain is in the left
silc; the patient is rarely aide to lie
on tlie left side ; sometimes the jain
is ft It tinder the shoulder Made, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, ami is sometimes mis
taken fur a rlienm.it i-.m in the arm.
'I lie stomai h is affet ted w ith hiss of
aj jutite and si km ss ; the bowels in
;t neral are costive, sometimes alter
native w itli lax : the lu . :d istrouMed
w itli ..iin, at i oic ..ni( d w itli a dull,
heavy sensation in the hatk j.att.
'I lu re ise tu-rally at i'iiMle-iaMelos
ofinemory.aceoiiipanieil w itli a pain
lul sensation of having left undone
something which oupht to have luen
iloiie. A slight, dry ongh is some
limes an attendant. J 'I he patient
complains of weariness .tm1tlel.il ity ;
he i easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, ami he complains of a
prit kly sensation of the skin; his
spirits are low; ami although lie is.
satisfied that exerc isew ould be Kne
fn i.d to him, ut he can stan ely
summon up foititude enough to tiy
it. In fac t, he distrusts every rem
edy. Social of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but "casts
have ot tu red where few of them ex
ktcd, et examination of tlie botly,
alter tlc.ith, ha; shown the l.ivm to
have been extensively deranettl.
AdVK am i i:vf;k,
Dk. (,'. MVI.ANL'S I.1VI.K Till.,
IN t Aol S of A l K AMi tR, when
taken with (Quinine, are productive
of the most happy remits. No better
cathartic can In.- u cd. ireiaratory
to, or after taking Ouiiiiue. XV e
would advise all who are afflitted
with thii disease to give th.em A
1 .'.Hi 1 Kl.M..
1 or all bilious ileranpements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un-
BEW AHK OF IMITATIO.NS.
'l i e tcnuine I)k. C. M.I.anl's
JavfK I'll i.s are never sugar coated.
1 very Ujx has a red wax seal on
the lul, with the iii.orcs-.ioii
M. Lank'- I.ivi k I'ii is.
Ihe genuine M. Last's
I'll ls U :r the signatures
M'La.-.k and l i iMiso I'.i iJS,
Insist on vonr tlrui'i'i-,t or
storekeeper givin.v oti tlie genuine
l)H. (,. MVLant.'s l.ivik I'li.i.s, oie-
pared by I le-miia; Uros.. l'.tt-bin eh,
Sold by all -resiiettableMriii'iiists
and country storekeepers generally.
To tio- a.shmr t. j.ve lm. C. M' Lam's
Llv.K I'll a ttlil, ta uuillfAKt .,,y
Yn A it.e L u.itj suic, iu im cl I'iln ur
taci.ty t.c ccr.i
ll-r MINU liKoS., i'ittatir.h, P.
K. f. limikel a Hitter Wine or Iron
has never been known to fail In the cure of
weaklier", atteaileil w itli sj in;,toiiis ; nnlis
poKition to exertion, lues of memory, ilittl
eulty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of tli-ease, weak, iutvoii-trembliug. Iieal
tul horrorof death, night sweat-, cold feet,
wt akne-a, dimness or lion, languor, tini
versal latitude ot the iniivular avatein,
euorinous d. petite with dysptj.tic syinp.
toui-, hot liands. Hashing of tli lm fy, drv
ne.a of the skin, j.ulli.l coimteDar . B);,
eruptions on the f.n e, piirityiii the blood,
pain in tlie lmck, licavineM of ttm e) eli.U,
frequent black spots Hying before- tlie eyt.
with temporary siiirinion and lo i f eiyht,
waat ol atteiition, tte. 'J lie-e .jmptouis
all arise from a weukne,, and to r. intjily
that, tie K. r'. Ktuikel's flitter Wiuc of
Irm. It never fails. Thou saints are now
enjoy nijf health who have Heed it. 'f ake
only K. K. Hunker.
beware of counterfeit and base imita
tions. As Hunker Hitter Wine of Iron in
so well known all over the country, drug
gists themselves make au imitation aud try
to fell it orl to tlietr cuxtnuid, wi:u thuv
call for Kuokel' Ititter Wins of Iron.
Huiikel'a Hitter Wine of Iron is put up
only lu (I bottten, and hu a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor' photograph on tha wrunner ol
each bottle. Always look for the photo
STsph on IheouUi.ie, and you Will always
c .uio in pci me K'nnuilie. I me Hollar pel
bottle, or alx for f .". soli by ilrigl"ia and
e ai.-i n r . ei v w lie re
Aid. WORMS ItKMOVKU Aid VE.
K. K. Hiinke-I's Worm yrtip never falls
toucMroy rin seut ana hloinucli Woiiiih.
Dr. Hunkel, the nulv sueeerelul physleian
who removes 'lap 'Worm in two hours
alive, with hesd. and no fee until removed,
Common aeime tea. lie. that it Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms t an he remlliy
destroyed. enil lor circular to ir. Kun.
kel, No. 'J.'i9 North .Ninth street, i'riiludel
ptiia, l'a., or call on your drujiit ami ask
for a bottle of Kunkcl' Worm Syruu.
I'riee. I.(S. It never tails.
Hlrl, 4 lt.
Chartered l,y tl.a
HimId of lllinuia
for ll.a axiirca
puroie ol f Iriiif
nail caae of uriTate. rliruiiii- ami tumurv
aeawa in all llicir coinplirh-l form. Il ia well
known tbat Or. lair.ca haa alood at Ilia lirad ol
the rrolenRion for the rat ;si vaitra. An. mil
eiririieearvall-iu.Krutiit. NemliiHl Weak.
aiea, niKlit loiiaea by dream. implea an Ihe
' lokt niunliooit, van lMmititrely ua euraed
Luiliea wanliiiK Uie mont ilelicat attention, call
or writ. I'leanant home for patient. A book
for Dim million, ftlarriaite Oui.le, which lei la
you all almiit three diaeaiH-a who ahonlil marry
-- Iir mil lu ifiiu to pay poataKe. lr. Jamea
h ui roi.m ami rlor. You in mi on hut
tha doctor oili. e in ilir.. 9 a iu. to 7 i, tu Kim.
rfaya, lo o U. All hu.iue.a alricttv tnSil.u
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Betwaeo Waahuatoa and Commercial
ATnu, aAlolalaa Hanny'.
Klt.en tut aal tu twat IWf. Furk, Uutloa
Vaal, ltaib, Bauaa, A. and i lr
.ivaa U rv Uwilie in an aocAial.lt' ma- ir
City National Bank
X J'..!' -i AY. President.
IIKSIM I. HAl.LlllAV. naFreal
A H s Ar KoHH, t aM.irr,
W AI T Kit Hi. s.li Ana'ICaaliler.
MHI CTORS !
T. 9,T?.T T'. II. Ct'MnoHtt,
II I.. I ALLIDAT, W 1'. llnnu.T,
U. P. W II LIAMKO. SlmN lllHU,
A . I;, SrruHii,
Kxehango, Com and United States
Uonds Bought and Hold.
DKI'OSITS relve.1 aud a general Mmn king
f llr.., I'mMent It Well., I'anlner
I. Sn. lee l iea i. T. .1. herlli. At aali'r
Corner Commercial At and 8th Stiaat
W in. Kliife, e airo.
Win Wnlfr. I Sir.,
r llru.a, e uiri
i D. t alto
V . Siirat.ka, I'airn. ' K 1.. Ililllunxlej-, l l .,u!
s l:i.ilr, a.ro H. VVrlln, tjuro.
r i criiiiii.mi. s. I.ni.
I I t Utii-'iii, l al.'lt.tjia
Cenrtnl HnnltliiK Hiialneas lne.
t )-l . liu,f.'S(.!.l n. lj..ulit InterMl ,
n Hie sB, ,KS 1 M .ai 1 n-rit . t ollwliou. InwU,
' :l l''olll l.li.llil tlv attl'tlded I.I.
CHAKTERCD MARCH 21. 186
CITY NATIONAL BANK.OAIRO
orrn ek. :
A II SAKKuttli. I'r-l.lent
s H T V I.Olt, Vt I'renlittTjl
V . II Y J-I.or. S(.:'vtu.l IrwuurM
1)1 Hk. Toan :
P.W hiinLAT, t n. tljiLionaa,
f. At STocarLBrti, I'KLl, scniu,
U. II I I V11.,llll. . lULLIljAr,
J. .VI I'niLLii..
IMKKKSTuil(iiidrMita at the rate ol all
(Mr rant r annum, Marrh Ut and Scitriu
Mrr Irt lull n-i-l not witbilrawn is aMe. I mine
ll.tely to tlie rii.rlpal of ttm iIepo.iU, ll.rb
riviiiK tliem ciiiiKiiud lulervat.
Married Women and Children may
Deponit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Opn t rv biisiiieeaddy rrm'. in. Io S p m.
a I -MtupUy tvmiiij. tut mviuk ilepoaita only
rum ft to s u' i.rt k .
' W. HT8LOP. Traaswrar.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
rVall Paper, Window Glass, Win-
eiow anaaea, dto.
Alway on L.n.l, tb relelirmtefl illutsinalios
Al ItOUA ,1111,.
Oorner EUvtmth 8trat and Waabln a
lion la Mk Noner.
We VV ill sUte. that the aurest, tet ami
rpacuiehi way in "multiply im, li.c ca-e
i to call at No. id Wall .-street, New l oik
alii cotl-lllt with Alex fc'rotlniiiL.ni JL I
I he-o Keutlenu ii, who have Ion,' l.etu
identitied with the hi-tory and attalr ul
Wall .tret:!, are uim.'.iallv fkilU-.l in moiie.
tary aitiirs, ami in every thiiifc' appertaining
io rii:cui;iLnin, ui e unexceiiea lor nullity
and prolieieucv. It uny aleo l,e aald that
if tho many tlroker in that city they al
not only the most popular, but al-o the
iuo-i .iiceeRNini, ne,i pairoiueu, and most
widely known in or near Ihe vicinity of
n nil t ii i i.
Ain..ii the customers ot the- houne of
.-iic T roiuiiiKiiani .v i o , are mine o' our
leuillitir Mini rii.r..n..li.ii .itiyu.,M u-l.,.
aio mainly Indebted to the labor of thi
in in i-ji iu.ii ii ui mr vte-Buu lucy now euiuy
lllirlll. fliH l.tlli m.,t kii,..uMli.l
leiice ol Me. r. A lev fc'rotliiiiul.uiii A- fit
ill thl city tliey huve earned tor thrmsch ta
,i iiiinuii' irj.uuuuu lor iioui'.ty, lilies
rity ami failli, and enjoy a bu.ine alnioat
i'" pi oporeion. in ianf me
aim. unt of biikiuus done' by this hoiire In
the course o a veurl somethintf wonder
ful, allii liltitn lormu tl.A .ul. I,,, . I ..f ..t.n
mint. It nceiKbuta ii.lt to their spacious
ttllces in Wail street to prove the truth of
inu aoo.r aiaieilieiii.
How they iiiaiiau to convert (10 to tJu
t'.'n to (IO, 4) into (so, and ao on, 1 a
aecret which they alone eiui explain; but
that they succeed In (loinir i I a fact too
well ktiown to admit of doubt. II you
would salely ami proillubly invest vour
money, do not hesitate to favor this firm
w ith your cash and eoiilldence. That by so
loinx you will reap an abundant reward,
the experience nt thousand ol our besr
clU.ena attest. The lieeeaNily of Ukiii(
such a t:ourse In these times of tolteriUK
bank and llnun, lul strinifenvy must be sp
parcut to the moat IniliOerent uud careless
iles-r- Alex. Frothinnhaui i, Co., are
pre.aieil to invest lnonev to any amount In
tho best securities, aud in every transac
lion m which they may be eiiKaed KUar.
autee entire satlslaction to those who honor
them with their patronage.
S SSi-nil In. ii, ui. L-V,.iun....u ri - ..... -
and H eekly lleporU, which they mail free
to all who desire them. from A. Y. U
."uin. jivru io JH.o. 7-lN-eOUKm"
ILLS. NORMAL UNIVERSITY
Normal, MeLeau, S o., III.,
Korlheprepaialion of leai hera. Ktcln.lvely
l rolraaioual iiinriiction forlhow who ar pr
lar.l lor it. T uition frea. Naal Itnu Svaln.
neiitl llllier III. IMTii timr,..r ....l.,..w.. ...V."...
(,. . k.uh. ii4uui:
ion at low intra, ill th Model i'nu.i,.,.
A Ul.tail to any ajraile, from the yoimseal iii.ila
lu II101.M Allinir l,.r titm 1. 1 ..,.11 u Z
Calalogue, or addrm,
r nni.v v. llr-wETT, I'm.'!.
Anif. I .1 wliii Not.i.al. 111.
CINCINNATI WESLEYM COLLEGE.
FOR Y017NO WOMEN.
Henriua it oittli ..r m i hi, i.-..,,n
Dumber il, Maifiilnuaut bulldiiu?a. iranar-.
nu tal.le. ThorouKh iwiiraa iu Kugtlab,
Science, Classic, and Mixlera l.anjjuaK
l'tiurpased sdvantitife for iuulo and art
Addret the t'realdeut. Itav. I lav id 11
Moure, D.I)., Cluvionatl, U. 7--dJtw-t
Our larye life-lika ale,
lul Iba rre.iiteulial a
liapiilly. Send for cliru
Slavmy Lo.ii Wall (..
I aadiualea Mil
Send for clirular. M Y.lr.B-
I Or If placed iaa line, ctsr)
16 WILES OIF
v- .'.oil': . '
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
tVKKY STo E IS
W liereve r I'wd or SolJ
Noe. 87, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 49
An a Marttliiu I ..u.tin.li ,n ul
Ati all tl.a ittanlinl Polnti tliat lu U Mk lm
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
ter Ollerail la ifae Public.
fa1 Ouly bjr IU
Excelsior Manufacturing o.,
w '2. en, tie aiiil tl N. al.ii t ,
I. I.aula, Ha,
0. W. HENDERSON,
S me.l J.al.n.tw
WHOLESALE ADD RltTAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods 8old Very Close.
Oom.r 18th Ut. and Oosaeaarblal it
C. O. PATIER & CO
Uiaea.e. like iltara, ann; now aui.ll
I he roaring mar aaajr not baca.il' ill
veilnl Iroiu Ita mmrM, nor Ihe lnrHlr.TeJ aiata.e
Iroiu it. .Ic.Iiiic'.i. woik. Take lu time, di
easa, which ia merely aa MilerrupUtt lumTluB,
in.v lavrrleil by Ilia um til Naiuia a uu.cly,
Tarrant's fUllisr Apsrsst
It coiuhiuia tha Hiedital prCerliea of Ih l.i
liniiriul wulvi iu the wotl.l
sitil.il bV Al l. OKI eioisis.
A FARM AND HOME
or YOUR OWN.
Now is the Time to Secure It
1 he beat and tlioapaat land la market are I
Ea.laru Nel.iaasa. ut Ih lluaol tha l uiou 1'.-
:iil: railroad. Tha moat fayorabla Uriua, i
low rata ol tare and IraijrM to all aetMera. Tha
lt tusrketa. Krea iiaaaaa l l.uS huv.r.
Mapa. .Lucrli.llvc t.auipblet. ar addllioaol
the 'i'lontar' anil r re every Wh.re Addn.t.
O r. OAVIs, L.u.ll'uiuluU.iober.
I'. P. K. II , Oinalia, Neh.
tRI 3 77 wrk ' ss"l. Sample Aa.
00 p. o vii kt.KY. Aiikii.hT, alaiue.
elehrateil nr II. hrlM. llMarth ..S SflavM
W .rrauira to Keep rTrklr. W'a daaraatlea II ti
He entirely free fruat Hulpkuric JaMeroUMrdalatari
luaaulKUnra, wits whlth Mot PWtfar Iaa4altarat4
Kor .ale by all Urueara. Laraval Vlaejar Week In 1 Si
World. Aiu. ISia . Ur-lusSiaOAOOCliUaau
Kitra rin mle4 Card, with aasa. lu u.
poal paid. I.. 4aMSA Ce , Naasau, N . i
3 AFFORD, ZXOBBIS
AND CAN DEI
. 78 OXXZO XaSVE,
City Vatloaai Bask BalUiaf, ey-sUits.
rh Oldest KaUbllahad AaTnoy la Bey
a iiuiiun, rapraaaauasT O vsr
t65 000 000
ap f flaaraaasse aalaa ear W