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Proceedings Before the
sion. Speeches of Messrs. Evarts and
Waihixgtox, Feb. 15. The electoral
commission met 10:15 and Evarts contia.
ued the argument on the Republican aide.
He - contended that the rlsht to
cast its Totes vested in the
state, and was not a grant
from the general government. Whatever
power the federal government possessed.
it held through the term ot the federal
constitution. The ninth and tenth arti
cles of the amendments reserved in terms
to the states all rights not specifically
delegated. The whole matter ol select
ing an elector, determining the mole,
and Issuing the certificates, belonged to
the state. It was for the federal govern-
mtnt to count the votes after thev had
left the state. As in the Florida case so
here, this body had the power of the
two houses to count the vote ; the power
granted to those bodies bv the constitu
tion but not the power of legislation.
Considering the power possessed by
the commission, Evarts charged that tin
other side had changed its position,
holding, in the Florida case, it had judi
cial authority to institute quo warranto
proceedings and now declaring it was
not a Judicial body. The duties were
sail to be legislative. He contended that
the power vested in the bodv
was such as existed in the two houses
for the performance of a specific duty to
count the electoral votes, not the vote
tor electors the two houses did not pos
sess that power. In regard to the Ineli
gibility ot Brewster and Levisc this stat.
ute prescribed that they should be waited
lor, ana u iney tlid not appear until four
o clock the vacancies were to be filled by
the remaining electors. These gentle
men did not appear, and the vacaacr
was declared and filled by the selection
of these same men. It was as stated to
fill a vacancy that their title to the office
of electors was to be j udged . There was
nothing In the oilers oi proof on the
omer siae mat detracted from the right
ot the governor to certify the election.
11a lelt relieved ol any necessity to prove
Kellogg was it facto governor, for in
their first proposition the other side offer
to prove mat through the months of
October, November and December there
was no proof that Brewster and Levisse
were not qualified to receive an election
on voe u or December. It was also
among the ofle rs of proof that the Kal
lore certificate was by the d facto gov
error ot ue slate and this certificate
snows lor wbom the votes were legally
ceiore approaching the question
wbet&er the evidence submitted could
be received, it would be first .. necessary
to examine what the Uws ot Louisiana
were. The session laws of 1SCS con
tained two independent sets on independ
ent subjects, the first relative to elections
in. tbe state of Louisiana to enforce ar
ticle 103 of the constitution of t&e state
I Mi was a general law. Then there was
another act relative to presidential elec
tors. These two acts governed the elec
tion In 157C, unless they were subse
quently repealed, which they were not
Mr. Evarts here read the provisions in
the latter act providing for the filling of
vacancies In electors who did not appear
before four o'clock. By subsequent leg-
iiiauoD, me canvassing section was re
pealed, bat all the rest of the act was left
standing. In 1S70 there was a revision ot
the laws of the state not a repeal ot the
laws, nor amendment of them, but a cer
tification as had been recently made by
congress. He referred to the revised
statutes following the acta of 18C, to
show they had been incorporated in the
statutes as revised. He then read the
session law of 1870, pawed March 10.
and maintained that as it made no pro-
vision for the discharge of their duties
by electors It did not by the terms ol its
repealing clause repeal the act of 'OS as
incorporated in the rerlsed ttatutes, so
far as that act related to the discharge of
He said not oue ot the eminent law
yers who visited New Orleans during
ovemoer ever thought to suggest that
Gov. Kellogg ought to count the vote
which was now the construction sought
to be put upon the statutes of the state.
Evarts argued against the authority ol j
congress to interfere In the affairs ot a
state and said our forefathers were to
jealous of federal power that they would
not permit the introduction ot the federal
finger In states' elections, and forbade the
iecuon or federal officers. But now It
wai thought to thrust the thickness ol a
man's loins upon the power ot the state
by our Inquiry through this commission
I a n
uie uie election in a state. He denounced
it as a monstrous proposition
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me t ioriaa case waa un-1
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a me absence or the ueoessary
esTuiation there could not be a revision
11 tOOk Un IV.S .I. In, rvf Vf.. L'. -
W that acting without
rl?'?W rt "thority, neither Mo
vuiusB.ineiT ITtinn stun, .i.ii.
i a nuuiit I
a support otihU proposition h.
otber band suppose Brewster and LevUae
had been Ineligible. There was no color
and ahow of authority and the stale was
us te be deprived of tu act
which it approved by an objection ral4
we momeai oi counting the vote, la
reply to the argument of Mr. Trumbull
teat Brewster aud Levlase Wing toellgl
tie tut tlx electors were elected and
btnot Uiere were bo vacancies in other
rases Mr. F.varts contended that fhe
office must be filled or there must be a
vacancy. There could be no such thing
as vacancy that was not vacant. As to
federal disqualification there was no evi
dence offered that touched the point, and
if there was, it would be inadmissible.
As to state disqualification he argued that
an elector was not an officer but that the
term applied in a like manner as the
primary application of the word elector
to the voter at the polls.
Mr. Kvart said he had no desire to ap
peal to partisanship. He desired to pre
sent his case as an American citizen. He
wanted the wrongs In Louisiana that had
so long been perpetrated remedied, but
he wanted them remedied by law. lit
vividly pictured the condition of affairs
in that state and said that it was not a
state of affairs to be smiled at at a dis
tance, uhltficvcr tide the smile came
from. An attempt was made by putting
into the constitution provisions for the
support ol good government and the
legislature undertook to carry out the
provision. There was a limit and that
was that the menus should be adequate,
appropriate and seasonable. It was by
the means adopted that the state was
saved from civil strife and anarchy. He
contended that the decision In the Florida
case to inquire whether the returning
board acted without jurisdiction covered
every point in the present case.
Mr. Thurman said it might be that
majority of the couioiisslon had thought
the law of Florida authorized the board
to do what was done, which might not
be the case in Loui.-iann.
Mr. Evarts said lie could not know
that, but he was following the argument
of 0"( onor in that case. O'Conor had
not danl3d that if the Injury was extended
to the act of the returning board it could
go to every precinct poll, but if it was
found that the commission was getting
too tar to sea it could swim ashore,
drowning whichever candidate the depth
ot water at that point was against. It
the work ceuld not be thoroughly done it
bad belter be lett undone. Suppose it
bad been provided that the governor was
the person to cast the electoral vote of a
state. Would this commission inquire into
the mode by which that governor was
elected? Would it stop to inquire
whether he was a partj to a conspiracy
to deprive the people ot their votes? Cer-
tianly not- It would be enough to know
he was de facto governor of the state, and
the same rule applied here.
Mr. Evarts closed with an earnest de
fence ot the blacks ol Louisiana, saying
It was proposed to make them victims of
the constitution, for the constitution gave
them the gilt of suffrage, and they were
now to be slaughtered for hiving it in
Mr. Evarts closed at 1:10 and occupied
all the time allotted his side, and, on mo
tion of Mr. Thurman, the commission
took a recess.
t JVDCB CVMFBXLI.'b ARGUN U.N T.
Judge Campbell then proceeded to
cloe for the defense. He said he did not
understand that the presidential electors
owed their existence to the constitution
of any state, but that they derived their
power from the people of the United
States, which were the United States un
der the confederation and bet ore the
constitution was adopted, which was, in
its own language, to form a more perfect
Mr. Campbell argued that the commis
sion has power to deal with the certifl
cate of the returning board , and power
to look into every act of the legislature :
and if that legislature contravenes the
fundamental principles . that lie at the
foundation et American liberties, they
should reject the votes. When the
learned gontleman was speaking, said
counsel, I drew up an imaginary act of
me legislature of Louisiana as an illus
tration to his argument, and to enable
me to put the case fairly before you. Sup
pose, for instance the slate of Loui.iana
had paaned such an act as this
"Be it enacted that Wm. Pitt KtUopg, J
oiauiaou n ens ana tueir associates are
madt a body corporate with all powers of
corporation under the civil code ol "Lou
isiana, and there is granted to them the
sole and exclusive power, privilege and
immunity to appoint in all forms, and at
all times that may be designated In the
acu U(J statutes ot the Unite! States
'lectors for president and vice-president
of the United Stated at each presidential
election under the constitution of the
United States, which may be appointed
and allotted to the state of Louisiana, or
to which the state of Louisiana may be
entitled to appoint," and from time to
time the legislature coutracts to make
such directions as may be necessary to
make this grant effective and the gover
nor shall grant all such certificates and
as may be necessary, and
do all other acta in furtherance thereof.
"at wumu ue saiu no sucu an act as
this V And yet it is not very far from the
case before the court. If electoral votes
were presented by that corporation with
the seals and signatures required, Is there
a member of either horn
not a stockholder in the corporation who
would for a moment hesitate to reject it
witu scDrn, and the answer would be clear
and uneuuivocnl. ami t,i.....
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wouia tie a just judgment.
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auiyiscu nuieu ior ilia Drcs-
em mat iue aei oi ltni nmv,u. v-
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election of electors, and called attention
to the oath of office the returning board
had to take. He said thev
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vueirpanio prove that the returning
board never canvassed and compiled
tingle return by the commissioners of
election. They made the tabulated st.tA.
uilUb Ul LUB Bill
mtnt of the supervisors, which was a
Counsel here gaye bis history as to how
the election in ltuUiana came out, and
wuu were we persona who watched and
controlled It, and said : On the reirlatra.
ou book there are 226,000 voters reg-
uwred, and In the census of the state
are 855.000 population. Of the
VOICI ITIM1.I. ... .v.
trn. .i: iaoe oi tue re-
,,' wr. i undertake to say
itbWwMMt. .tattla tUl. Vuintl
would not say that I will say that two-
third ot the states ot tbl Union that
voted at that election have not shown the
same quantity of population In compar
ison with the population recorded on the
census book. I have been informed that
there was not a single state. Now
with these fact staeding clearly be
fore you, with no sign ot confusion re
ported by the only authority that could
report It, I ask what show of justice,
right or propriety is there In this denun
ciation of the people and society of Louis
iana which lias been ringing in the ears
of this commission and persons here pres
ent. I can tell you another fact, a fact
more startling than any which has been
reported here, and which may serve at
the next election for the catmai?n
speeches of that time. On the .loth ol
October there issued out of the circuit
court ot New Orleans 10,000aud upwards
ot warrants ot arrest to seize 10,000 indi
viduals, inhabitants of the city ot New
Orleans, for having falsely registered
Uiemselves as ccmpetent voters in 174.
They embraced some of the most respect
able men in the city, my friend and fam
ily physician among the number. Now
that is quite equal to two thoasand mur
ders and bloodshed. A whole commu
nity, comprising its very best citizens,
apparently the best in standing, In prop
erty and social position, witti warrants
ot arrest to seize them, and
bring them betore an orlicer
of the United States court for
fraud I There never wa a picture in
any community like that. Now, sir,
there are 10,000 lies sworn to iu order to
procure these affidavits. There was not
a scintilla ot truth or any desire to havo
the truth. Thirteen hundred and sixty
cases were tried and dismissed on sight,
but It served the purpose. The affidavits
were made by two policemen, all of
them : I read them myself.
Commissioner Thurman The whole
ten thousand made by two men ?
Mr. Campbell Yes, sir; two police
men in each ward made the affidavits.
On those affidavits a red line is drawn
around the name on the registration list,
and several thousand voters were unable
to restore their names on that list in
order to vote.
The commissioner who ie.suetl those
papers brought his account into court for
fifteen thousand and odd dollars against
the United States tor services. Judge
Billings told him, "On the face of
these papers mere is a gross
fraud, and I will not certify
to a cent.' He continued by
saying that the wrongs of Louisiana have
affected the peace of this country, and as
an evidence of that, and to determine the
conflicting questions growing out of its
present condition, this commission has
been created and the whole people are
looking toward it with breathless antici
pation, awaiting its decision, in con
elusion Mr. Campbell argued against the
legality of the returning board, saying
the legislature had said there should be
five persons, and they had refused to till
the vacancy because of a traadulent pur
pose, t hai would render them incom
petent to perform further acts.
Mr. Merrick ot Democratic counsel
aked leave to file a brief on the subject
last referred to. and permission was
Presiding Justice Clifford then an
oounced that disenssion on the pending
offer was concluded, and that there
would be no further public proceedings
to-day. At half past 4 o'clock the com
mission after a short recei went Into
An Attempt Made to Assassinate
How It Wa Ileae.
OXLV A rLF.BH WOL'.Vp.
Naw Orleans, Feb. 15. Packard's
wound is very slight, only a flesh wound-
HOW IT OCCURRED.
The statement of an eye-witness. shortly
alter the occurrence, is : Two men, cue
ot them a wounded man who gave his
name as Joseph H utile, but whosv real
name, from paper found In his posses
sion, is ascertained to be . 11. elden,
and a slim one-armed man who gave no
name, called at the door ot the stale Capi
tol and asked to see Mr. Packard. There
was tome demur about admitting them,
when one proclaimed himself as an ex-
federal offleer and the other a discharged
soldier. They were brought to the head
of the stairs where Welden represented
that he was a correspondent of the I'hila
delphia Pi tts and desired to see the govcr
nor. A card with the name of Joseph Uut
tle was sent in but the one-armed man
declined to enter. Welden reached the ex
ecutive oflcu where hu found Mr. Pack
ard seated at his desk talking to Jud?e
Boarman, ot Caddo, who occupied a
chair ou his right Welden sat down in
a vacant chair immediately ou Mr. Pack
ard's lelt ; and alter an instant, some
what sharply asked, -When can I see
your Packard turned and louud a pis
tol aimed at hit head. He immediately
struck it down, and the weapon was dis
charged, the ball striking him in the
right kuee-cap and inflicting a slight
wouud. Packard Immediately dealt the
man a blow witli his fist, striking him
between the eyes and knocking him
down. Several parlies in the room drew
their pistols and tired, wounding the
would-be assassin seriously, but not fa
tally. Of course a scene Ot Intense ex
citement immediately followed. The
one-armed man was arrested and con
veyed to the office of the superintend
ent of police, aud Welden waa kept a
close prisoner in the executive office.
Mr. Packard was conveyed to his private
apartment on the second floor of the
building, where bis wound wasexamlued
by Ir. A. W. Smythe. It is not ol a seri
ous character but might prove so If not
carefully tended, and will lame him for
tTATEMKST Or THE MSN WHO PID IT.
The man who shot Packard says that
hit name Is Wm. Henry Welden, and
that tilt home Is In Philadelphia. He
says farther that he has a mother and
sifters Hying there. With regard to his
attempt to kill Packard, he says that
there were four others with him who
were to have assisted him in the under
taking, but that when reaching the door
ol the state house they refused to go in
and left him to carry out the intended
plan of assassination' alone. Welden. If
such be Ids' eame, ii not. as It turns out.
very seriously hurt. The ball which
struck him, hit him in the left arm just be
low the shoulder, and seems to have
come out attheellow. It was thought
at first that he was killed, but it seems
that lie was only stunned and faint from
loss of blood. At 12:30 he was so much
revived as to converse with tlue about
(Slvcil to M. I-uuia iiiiK'H.)
Nkw Orleans, Feb. 13. The little af
fair in Packard's office to-day really
proves to be a tempest in a tea pot. There
Is no kind of doubt that the man who did
the shooting was mad. Welden claims
to be the son of Rev. J. C. Welden, ot
Philadelphia. He is in custody, and
suffering considerably and calling for
The man arrested as an accessory ol
Welden's claimed to have met the latter
ou the street, who asked liiui to show
him the way to where Packard could be
found. The man denies any acquaintance
whatever with Welden, or any know
ledge of the latter' plan to shoot Pack
ard. On Welden's person was found a
letter from a lady Indicating a rejected
suit. Welden wa certainly a stranger
here, although he said there had been
four persons ithhirn who backed out
at the last moment alter reaching the
state house. Gov. Packard is lame from
the wound received, but able to walk
The Republicans ot the North will, of
course, make all they can of this, but
there is no political significance to it.
Governor N'icholls and all his friends
earnestly denounce the affair.
ronTV Yt.AU Bt.rout: nit! prune.
DR. C M?LANE'S
"K THE ri ll UT
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
liY-rHA AMI SICK HI.AIjA'JHK.
Symptoms of a Discard IJver.
13.UX in the right side, under the
. edgeof the rits, increaseson pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side ; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is .-.omt times mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affected with loss of
appetite and m( kne.- ; the bowels in
rreneral are cctiv,-. Mmctimes alter
native with 1. a ; ?K head i troubled
v,ithiain,r.( 1 . j r.kd with a dull,
r.eavv serration in the back part
There is reiicr;.;!; :. or idtrableloss
of memory ,a cci.; snscdw ithaain
LI sen.uion of i.; -. Iv.x left undone
something which .i l.t to have been
done. A : li .'ht. irv ( r uli is some
times cn attend . m. 3 The patient
ompiuir.sof u earners &nd debility;
he is easily startled, Li feet are cold
or burning, and h complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin; his
spirits are low; and although he is
satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial to hirn, yit he tan scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the di eae, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the i.hfr to
have been extc'.'.iulv deranged.
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Dr. C. Ji'.J.vNi '., I nn Pji.ls,
IN cas:i:s of Ac-' v. am. J i y, when
taUen with Qui.di.e. uc productive
ofthernosth-pi- rc-uks. No Letter
cathartic cr.u b- n-cd, preparatory
to, or after t il. . ,- Quinine. We
would advi e v. ho arc- afflicted
with this d-'C- c to give Ihem A
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as a simple purgative, they are un
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Lvery lus a red wax seal oil
the lid, witli the impression Dr.
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TLHK.if Wat .htht,gia
ptmioii. biltau ol Laas
or Varicose Yelna civ a
diichargsd for wound, injuries
or ruMiurs, you (Ct full bouav.
ly. aVsrs.nd S stamps for
copy of Pension and Uouiy
Att. Addreu all lcttsrs la
U.S. Claim Arent.lndianap
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37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A regularly 4ikIim u4 ltHf qulirts)4 4JkiaA tiv
taV'Ht taocvaaful, i tiU prvln will tm.
Spermatorrhea and Impotanej,
u. mult if vll .buw Iu yuuiu. w nisi la .
i.mri.Ti.HWHrnwt, hit. itwl. KHHV 0 1 I ), fe.
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ZSi. '"u ' " Gonorrhea.
Uitailir, Hirutur. UrcSllu. tWruu. (ut Muiuna
ril Li uiuer pttttu iIiumi qui. kl, eui.S
11 Uwll ,Lltut lhl mi'b) Mci.i, .liu v,.,.i. iiimfkia
eriala uf an. UMilur Uumiuid. a4-
n,. vuira. am. p ,IW. kuui u.u (. rua
ncuuunia ptrwiiu b , 4, u liKi,ulal i
TIM Um .11, fcr uwiyrui, mMmot oa U Mat wiviul.
auJ ) by ailf ,ISI u7b.r.
Cwsj Omaraateed in all Case
rub.uiuttuu. iii..aHf ar b, Utiar tf aaa lurllt.
ravaw nawaalla aa. owrMputil.au. Anal) nAbaaaual,
Or MO PMW Mat to ab, attArsM. -M'ur.l, MhC. tut taortv
fcvai.lrvu.Sa M. tor. II. Sub4 .. I W t r. tk
riHwi, r..Q l. ail. ior.1. ,u.,k
The Perfeotion of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
THE HORRORS ANII
Daily transpiring In the ue of the Oils now
1'etroleum, ami tbe w.mt of ronli-lcnce in tbe i.ul.llc mind a to the d-rluln
safety of (aid Oils, has linluc-cl tbe intrg.lui tino of
ELAINE iS All
iXAINKis 13) tlotf. Fire tet and spring
wblle burnins In a lamp, nor la any ..tetx way, as It does not . ontaln any ol tbe eaulo
slve comiiounda so freciuc-ntly met with in the ordinary fills for llluinlnatina;. A lamp
filled with KLALNK, if upset or a.-cldentally broken, trill not exj.lode or burn. There
Is no poitlon In wbl-h you can put a lamp lllledwitb KLAINKforroiunion use, in which
It will explode. KI.AINK is rertainly tbe SafeM Family Illuminating Oil known, au.l
can be ued in any Coal Oil or Kerosene
WAS AWARDED THE-
fly the Jurors an. I
Centennial Intornatlcnal Sailbition.
AstbeKectllliiminaiingOii, forltseitraordmaryiiit-rit.br -alt ty and llrllllan-y
EI, A I.N E was also awarded a I. old Medal at tnt- IMtaburpb Evpo-lli-.,, ; .n I wa,
adopted, after a thorough a, , miC- and practical .-.t, by tbe
UNITED STATES OOVEItNMENT I.K.HT.IIuUhE DEl'AKTMEN I",
And received a bijjb t ommc-udation from the lioaid ol L'nIUd Slates s-teamboat Inspe.;.
tors, Washington, I), f.
Insurance Companies rate EEAINE the same as a .as n.L.
ELAINE is ut-d on many ol tbe Railroads, MreM Cars and lltrls f ae t0ur,try
and inaugurated superior to any ethe r oil in ihe market,
fan be used In any lamp.
ORDERS FROM THE TRADE Mjl.H IIED.
'Unqaeationaelr the boa auatalaed
work of tbe kind in tbe World."
Notices of the Press.
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Rheumatism, hoavlu. aud anv fle-h, bona or
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tain. The certain, tpeedy M(1 h,rmle.
remedy fortaiildreu, UFiU-uer'sL'aatoria. It is
as pleasant to take as honey and aa certain in iia
effects aa Castor Oil. For Wind Colic. Worms
Sour stomach, and Disordered Rowela ik...
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I uiuuiiiiiu r uf the
' a J-US.
Mark These Facts.
The Testimonr of the Whole World.
'I had no a i -petite Holloway's I'ilisKave
a nearly one.''
IV..I.L.1I. . i
. w luarvcious."
boiieM''nU fr "noU'r ,K1 nJ keP "n ' he
"Dr. Hidloway baa cure.1 my heailache that
was cn ronic. '
"i Kave one o your Fills to ray babe tor chol-a",'orbu-
shedearluUe thui a;ot weu in a
My nausea ef a morning Is now cured-"
our box of Ilelloway rs Ointment cured me
ofnoiwa lnthe head. 1 rubbei aome of your
Olnliutnt Iwtund Uieears. and the noioehaa left."
fam'n'y l Want oue for " ''oor
"I encloae a dollari your prh-e It ' cenu, but
Uie modlcine to me is worth a doi lar "
Send me uv boxes of your 1'iUa "
it me have three boxes of your Fills by re.
turn maU, for t hills and Fever " 7
I have over o .ucb Watimonlals as these, but
Want of apace comiiels me to conclude.
for Cutaneous Disorders,
And all eruption of the skin, Jthe ointment is
moit invaluable. It doe not heal exlernallr
alone, but ttenetrate with
- . INUBI .1 Lllll.
eflu is to the very root of the evil.
Invariably cure the following- disease
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all dineaHea BfTM.tl.i0 , l..u ...i
thev secrete too much or too little water; or
whether they I atllicted with atone or navel, or
wnh aches and pains settled in the loins over tha
regions or ta kidneys, these Fill should be ta
ken acconlinK o the printel directions, and the
Ointment ahf.ulil 1 ml.li.1 ...... u.n ...
the back ai bed time. This treatment will tciva
- .uiiiiTOiiiic tou-i wueu ait other means
For Stomachs Out of Order.
Kn BlleNl Wi ties U' ill slA Sa trA tllllTf ama... at. .
- - ------ - uct.tusiiy ailllirUTV I liC
toue ui th utoreuacb hj the 1'UIm; th?y remov
till acidity oceiniorKKl either by intemperance r
lllirifltlasas. allaat 'I'liaaw au..L. St... 11 V .1 B
. . v nvtiMruilllfriaCtl
riout in rHcu of bfuum -In (act tliey never tail ia
It 111 a httaAlts-i V Bswfllsn flrtf W sarsa aa nn,u 1 1 -ai ....
w . . c i uw liver auu ia mac u .
HOLLOWAY'S FILLS are the beat known in
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Asthnm, Hiltoue Complajnui, Hlotches on the
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Iiyaentery, Krysipehu, Female IrreVularlti.i
Jsverao t m kinds, nts, Gout. HeaiUcEe, Indi
tteation, Inflamroaiion, Jaundice, Liver Com
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Tumors, I leers, Worms of ail kinds, Weakness
None are genuine unless the signature of J.
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detection of any party or parties counterfeiting
tne ntatlicina a. .. tlie asms, knowing
them to be spurious. ,
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