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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1878.
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S( numlhs o.uw
Or KK IAL PAPER OF THE CITY AXD COIXTV.
Only Moruinp; Daily in Southern Illiuois
Ai.1t. Harrell, Kditor.
Matt Carpkster is tlit?" conspicuous
candidate for United Stati-s Senate in Wis
consin. Howe's chances for re-election ore
rapidly fading away.
TiiKitE is nothing m the Republican
yawp about a "solid south." Florida has
elected a Republican congressman; so has
Maryland; so has Missouri; so has Ten
nessee; and Virginia, the great battle
ground of the confederacy, lias elected
Tiik Johnson C'ouuty Journal charge
lion. William llartzell with saying that his
bill, declaring that the rebel war debt shall
never be paid, passed the House but was de
feated in the Senate. As Mr. Hartzell is
neither a knave or a fool, we venture the
rth.-i rtiou that he never said any such thing.
No FACT that stands unconfessed is bet
ter known than the fact that the Republican
client of the Greenback party, abandoned
Davis on election day and voted for Thomas.
,E-:eciully is this true of the Republican
Oieenbsckers of Jackson and Perry coun
ties. The vote for Davis renders the charge
Tiik majorities obtained by the congress
ional candidates in this district areas follow-.
Tlie ligures are said to be official.
Thomas' majorities Massac 411, Perry 27,
Pulaski 37(1, Randolph 2.', Williamson 144,
Johnson 8110, Pope JWH, Alexander G!5. To
tul l,?UC. Allen's majorities Union MOfl;
Jack-on 50. Tola! U3!f. Thomas' major
Tiik Pope county Democrat says lhat
Judge Crawford made the hundred mile
trip from Uolconda to Jouesboro and re
turn, in a buggy, in order to vote t!ie Dem
ocratic ticket. We have in this act of de
votion to party and duty, an indication of
the material out of which Union county
Democrats are manufactured.
A Citizen who is strongly tinctured with
Bol-Inersollism wants somebody to ex
plain why, when a thunder storm visits a
town containing sixty beer saloons and live
churches, the lightning will travel all
round the xaloous aud llnally sina-di a
ditirch to atoms. We know why, and will,
next Sunday give full explanation of the
Sinck women have arisen In their might
and resolved to strike down and destroy po
lygamy, the ".Saints " might as well order its
cuhMii, The efforts of men have failed to
wiw that blot from our civilization; but
women uniurliienccd by personal or po
litic al considerations, will ra.e the disgrace
ful social structure to the earth.
Wk might as well give it up. The He
publicans have captured the Illinois Legis
lature; and now commences the' struggle
between Logan, Oglesby aud Cullom for
the Dint in the Senate that the Democrats
intended to confer ujKin Jim Robinson or
h. S. Marshall. On joint bullot the Repub
licaus will poll 105 votes, the Democrats
, (ho Nationals 10, and the Communists
4- giving the Republicans i majority of six
rotes. About one half of the Nationals
aud an equal percent, of the Communists
are men of Republican antecedents and will
vote with that party In the election of Sen
ator. I Jut without such help the Republi
cans can organize both hoiihe, nn, ja t,.
r-r matters do precisely us they p(.HM., y
propose to let them.
Tiik New Orleans Time U angered be
cause of the manner in which neighboring
towns enforced their tjtiarantiiif nguinsl
New Orleans, and expresses the I m- tliul
Congress will Interfere to prevent a re-occurrence
of such "stupidity," should that
city bu again smitten by the scourge. If
Congress docs anything of (he kind it wilt,
in the language of the emphatic Bumble,
make " a ass of itself." That body might es
tablish n quarantine lasting from May tin
til OctolnT, sufficiently strict to prevent tho
importation of tho plague, and the people.
would applaud tho act. But if it attempts,
under the guise of regulating commerce or
otherwise, to interfere with the corporato
txiwers of our cities and villnges, there w ill
be "music hi the air" that will bo heard
from Port Ends to Nova Scotia.
Tiik hope of tho decent portion of both
jKilitical parties that Butler, of Massachu
setts, and Kelly, of New York, were effect
ually squelched by the defeat they sustain
ed, will fail of realization. They will, to the
disgust of good men, both ris" to the stir
face, gather sail and scud away again
uismthesea of politics, as confidently as
they could had they never struck the
breakers of defeat. The characters
of the two men are but slightly dissimilar.
Butler is the greater in point of ability, and
in the advantage that age and experience
give. Kelly is the greater in the vigor and
arbitrariness of his efforts, and the absolute
control lie wields over his followers. Ono
entraps, tho other drives; one beguiles, the
other forces. Both aspire to dictatorships,
the one by political strategy; the other by
brow-beating and intimidation. Kelly or
dered the sovereigns of New York to give
his friend, Mr. Schell, the mayoralty. But
ler by "ahrewd dodges," and by utilizing
the fags and ends of all parties, sought to
reach the gubernatorial chair of Massachu
setts. Tho people of New York refused to
obey Kelly, and Butler fell, covered by the
ballots of the sovereign people of the Bay
State. Both men failed in the achievement
of their aims, and the scepter of power has
passed from their hands. But wait. There
is n hereafter, and these men will surely
inijirova it. They are not dead; but merely
Tiik St. Louis Times but re-echoes the
sentiment of every intelligent Democrat ot
Southern Illinois when it denominates the
defeat of Hon. W. J. Allen an a matter to
be deeply and sincerely regretted. Mr.
Allen is, us the Times says, a man far above
the average in point of ability, un orator of
commanding power, and a Democrat of the
most- unbending devotion. Mr. Allen
wouhl have been a tower of strength in the
Illinois delegation, and would soon have
taken his place in the front rank of distinc
tion. But of Capt. Thomas, the member
elect, we can expect nothing. A
voting man of scarcely more than aver
age ability, ignorant of the routine
of legislation, and, on the minority
side of the House, he will till his
seat; but. Iunles we are agreeably disap
point 'd) that w ill constitute the degree of
bis usefulness. In saying this we do not
wish to be understood as intimating that
t'ni! Itrjiul'lieiiuft might Imvo electee nn
abler man, for we intend nothing of the
kind. The party is deplorably deficient in
the matter of congressional timber, and,
perhaps, iu the selection of Thomas, did the
best they could. If Thomas will do the
same thing, i e, the best he can we must
have charity enough to take the will for the
deed, and wait, as patiently as we can, the
end of his service. Then, w ith the seuting
of I). T. Linegar, or some other Democrat
of like mental caliber, Democratic Egypt
will -hold up her head again."
OUR SACRED ARMY AND NIGGARD
General Alvord, of the United States
army, betrays a purpose, which he h per
sistently following, to get bis name in the
newspapers. Not by heroic deeds among
the Indians iu the w ild fastnesses of Idaho,
nor among the Mexican thieves that march
across the Rio Grande and then march back
again. "Not there, my child, not there,"
by any means; but by finding fault with
and carping at emr federal congress. He
declares, does Gen. Alvord, that congress,
iu its dealings with the army, is mean and
uiggardly. Its niggardliness consists, in
part, iu this: It will not allow officers to
charge the government mileage for travel
upon ueh railroads as carry them free.
Neither will it ullow forage and fuel to of
ficers who have no use tor forage or fuel,
except to sell to livery stables and hotels.
And furthermore, Congress Is so excessive
ly niggaidly, that It will not, as formerly,
allow rent for quarters never secured or oc
cupiedonce an allowance that covered the
rental of the officer's residence, or paid for
his living at a hotel. All this is very illib
cnl la the estimation of General Alvord;
and after criticising it very caustically, he
modestly recommends the draft of a bill
prepared by himself, as just the thing to
cure all the legal evils under which the ar
my is laboring. IIk knows precisely what
ought to be done, and with u horde of
pumpcred officers wl.o shine in the so:
clal circles of Washington, New
York and Philadelphia, General
A. Is morally certain that any congress that
meddles with the privileges, poy ond pleas-
tires of the army, is a very Impertinent and
presumptuous body, and one that deserves
"prorogucing," as the least punishment that
should be inllicted Upon it.
General Sheiunm thinks so too, and Hour
ly all the lesser shoulder-strapped heroes of
the army, from the rank of first lieutenant
to that of lieutennnt-genernl, think ns Gen,
Sherman thinks. Epaulettes and feathers,
and shoulder-straps and sashes arc sacred
object; and Genend Alvord wonders, no
doubf, that tho impious congressional
hand that touches them, is not par
alyzed or withered. In his eyes
the army and navy are the aristocratic
branch of the service, and ought to be held
sacred from the touch of our plchiuu law
makers altogether. The law of reform und
retrenchment should not extend to the ar
my; and to cut off extras in the shape of
forage, mileage, quarters ami fuel, is to lay
vandal hands upon that which is sanctified
the rights of tho cpauletted beings who
shine resplendent in metropolitan round
dunces; do veteran duty at Delnionico's
dinners, and, if the great Sheiuiiin speaks
truly, form "A living wall und human
wood," to prevent the American people
from descending to the condition of a mob.
The Bulletin cherishes a high admira
tion for the true soldier, und acknowledges
the necessity for tho maintenance of a
standing or regular army. Tiik Bcllktix
does ' not, however, regard the army as a
privileged arm of the public service. Save
iu the pay of the common soldier or sailor,
(which should be increased) neither the
army or the navy -should be excepted from
the application of the system of retrench
ment inaugurated, or attempted, by the
Democratic party. The time has come
when the army must stand on the same
footing with other branches of the service;
and despite all the carping of the modest
Gen. Alvords, and all the sneers of the royal
Shermans, the members of the 4(lth con
gress must perform their duty iu that re
gard, or answer their default before the tri
bunal of a disappointed and au indignant
THEY " RECEIVED " HIM.
Dr. Blackburn was given a most enthusi
astic receptiou at Paducah, the other day
just such a reception as the old gentleman
had earned nt the hawls of the Kentucky
people. No man in the country battled
with tlicyellow fever scourge more heroical
ly or successful ly than he: and sc-res of
Kentuckians live to thank him, who. but
for his timely and skillful administrations
would be of the throng in the "blue
beyond." The Doctor's greatest labors
were expended among, the smitten people
of Hickman. Mayor Weil, in tendering
the hospitalities of Paducah, thus refers to
his services in that unfortunate locality:
" Imperiled by the presence of the pes
tilence at our threshold, both on the land
and water side, your own fearless decision
and wise counsels became the palladium of
our hopes; the anchor of our safety. Our
eyes were upon your nets, and our ears
were quick to catch the warning sound of
your faithful utterance."
"When from the sad and ill-fated city of
Hickman your voice of warning went with
the spend of lightning to our sister city of
Cairo, "Guard your quarantine and save
your people," we no longer hesitated but
promptly established our lines of defense.
Not a single blight from the plague reach
ed the fair bosom ot our beautiful city.
If we acted wisely and well, to you, sir,
more than to any either human agency we
owe our deliverance."
It matters little through what impulses
the doctor was moved whether through a
sympathy for the suffering, or an ambition
to become governor of Kentucky he has
fairly earned the plaudits of his fellow-citizens,
and it is but characteristic of the
warm-hearted Kentuckians to freely bestow
WoitKiNOMKS. Before you begin your
heavy spring work after a winter of relaxa
tion, your system needs cleansing and
strengthening to prevent nn attack of ague,
billions or spring fever, or some other spring
sickness that will unfit you for a reason's
work. You will save time, much sikne8
anil great expense if you will ilsc one lait
tle of Hop Bitters in your family this
month. Don't wait. See other column.
THE YANKEE CUSTOMER.
HOW AMKItlCANS AHK THKATINO KNUI.ISII
Letter to theC'liiclnatti Gazette.
There has been a somewhat amusing dis
cussion going on in the London newspapers
recently about the manners of " Yankee
customers" in the shops. The charge i that
Americans go into the shops, give an end
less amount of trouble to the 'salesmen in
trying to suit them, and then go off without
buying anything. One shopman after an
other writes to the papers and tells how the
whole contents of tho shop, approximately
speaking, were piled upon tho counters to
suit some unreasonable Yankee, anil then
he lias merely "guessed he'd be able to do
better elsewhere." or else merely held out a
hope of" looking iu again." it is shoek
Inc, of course, and yet some of the English
have dared to say a word in defense of
the "awful Yankee." These latter, a
mere, corporal's guard, it must be ad
mitted, go so far as te say that the
English shopman, as u rule, is not exactly a
saint, and that when a customer comes iu
he is looked upon as licing it kind of moral
debtor to the tlrm by the mere fact of ins
presence there: nnd. further, that the pro
prietors arc in the habit of telling their
clerks that they are always expected to sell
II mail soilietliimr lu.fiirn lutlimr lilm .r. . ir
the article be ut all iu their line. They say, J
too, and say truly, that shopmen pull down
Ikix aflrr Ikjx ofthinus not wanted or called
for, in hopes of getting tho customer to
carry away some article remotely similar to
wnat lie is after, ami lire thou offended be
cause he Is ao hard to suit.
Mr. Proctor, who visited the United
States some years ago and gave lectures on
astronomy, lias given tine of tho papers a
long letter on tho subject, in which ho
stoutly defends the Yankee side of the
A Morn Kit on Bunker Hill heard the low
murmur of voices in tho boy's room tho
other night after sho had gone to bed.
With noueless footsteps ond bated breath
she stole to the door and listened. , The
room was dark, tho voices were low ami
earnest. What visions of future greatness
were the sons of her heart recounting to
each other? What plans tor wealth, for
glory, for pleasure, filled their boyish
hearts? She bent forward ind leaned clos
er toward the bed to catch the earnest
word of the murmured thoughts that were
surging from her boy's hearts up to their
lips. She heard: "Ben, you bow-legged
son of a Pagan, if you don't take your clam
my mud-hooks off my back I'll hist ye.
Takk Notick Ou the 1st ot November
I will open at the old stand of Phil Howard,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington nvenue, a wholesale and retail
depot for the sale of fish, oysters and game
exclusively. Making the above articles a
specialty, I will be enabled to suit the most
fastidious, at prices that will compare fa
vorably with Chicago or St. Louis. At all
times can be found a line of fish and oys
ters never before offered iu Cuiro, such as
New York count oysters ui bulk, Mobile oys
sters in bulk, Baltimore oysters in cans. In
their season can bo found fresh
mackerel, fresh codfish, little neck
clams, sea fish from Mobile, shrimp and all
oti.er delicacies from the sea, to tickle' the
palate and refresh the inner Irian. Celery
and wild game of all kinds. It is my in
tention to keep such articles on hand at all
times, so the public can depend upon being
supplied. Orders from abroad will reci'ive
particular attention, ond goods will be
packed with care, and satisfaction guaran
teed. City dealers will rind it to their ad
vantage to call upon me before ordering
from Chicago or St. Louis. Hoping my en
deavors to please, will be met by on appre
ciating public. I remain yours,
Eask Attainable hytiie Riiki matic
Yes, although they may despair of relief, it
is attainable by rheumatic sufferers, for
there is a remedy which carries off, by
means of increased activity of the kidneys
important channel? for blood purification
the acrid element to which pathologists
the most eminent attribute the painful
symptoms a theory completely Ixirne out
by urinary analysis. The name of this
grand depurent is Hostettcr's Bitters, a
preparation likewise celebrated as a remedy
for constipation, which causes contamina
tion of the bloesl with the bile and a cer
tain means of relief in dyspepsia, fever and
ague, nnd nervous ailments. It is, jcrliaps,
the finest tonic, extant, and is highly
recommended as a medicinal stimulant by
distinguished physicians and analysis who
pronounce it to be eminently pure and very
beneficial. The press also endorses it.
Fact vkhsi s Tiikouy. On August
187s, Western Union Telegraph stock sold
at the New York Stock Exchange for 84 J j
per share. September 1Mb, 178, this same
stock sold at !iU,'4' a fluctuation of ll?,'
per cent, in 47 days. 10,000 shares of this
stock, bought at 84 1 on n margin of 1 per
cent, required nn actual capital of $10,000.
The same stock sold at the advanced price,
flu,1.,', showed a profit of $1,175 per 100
shares, or ll?.f per cent, on the stis k. On
the whole 10,000 shares the actual profit
was $U?,r0Qnr 11 times the capital used
within the brief space mentioned. People
often theorize about supposable cases. The
above are hard facts shown by the official
record. Very few persons, however, are
able to invest singly the $10,000 necessary
to reap such fabulous profits bb were gained
by the alwve transactiein. but Messrs. Law
rence & Co., bankers, 57 Exchange Place,
New York City, have issued a new circular
showing how large or small sums may be
useel successfully in stex'k speculations by
their new Combination Method of pooling
thousands of orders into one immense sum,
and operating them as a whole, which
places every customer on an equality with
the largest operators, and divides profits
pro rata, among shareholde-rs every :10 days.
By this system large profits are made in
short periods. $15 would make $75, or five
per cent.; $10 pays $1)50, or seven percent.;
$100 makes $1,000, eir ten per cent, on the
stcx'.k during the month, according to the
morkct. The new circular explains every
thing; also contains "Two unerring rules
for success in stock operations," and much
other valuable information. Copyrighted
and sent free. This firm furnishes best of
references as to standing and responsibility.
All kinds of Stocks and Bonds wanted.
New Government Loan supplied. Apply
to Messrs Lawrence & Co., bankers, 57 Ex
chango Place, New York City.
Many scientists of great repute hold that
the achievements of icrial navigation is a
mutter of tho immediate future. There is
uo doubt of its ultimate success as means
of rapid transportation of passengers and
light freight, but steam ami sail will still
be useful and necessary for the conveyance
of heavy merchandise. If it ever is accom
plished, a apeed of 150 or 200 miles per
hour could be attained without difficulty.
Storms wouhl not render the travel unpleas
ant. since tho air-ship could easily mount
above the clouds at will; and bask in the
sun while the earth beneath was black
0 RADICAL CUKE
INSTANTLY relieve aim permanently curea thin
loalhaomu dlimu In all It varying ataxea. It
piwaeaiiea Iho hihiUiIhk and huiillni; propertied of
planla. herb and barks In their emu-mini form, free
from every tl brims contamination, mid In thin rea
ped differs from every other known remedv. In one
abort year It baa found Its wuy from the Atlantic to
the IVIIIc coast, Olid wherever known has become,
the atuudard remeity for the treatment of Catarrh.
Tho proprietor have bii-u waited upon by gentle
men of national reputation who have been cured by
this remedy, and who hae, at considerable nxpeum!
und perHonul trouble, pri'ndthci;ood new through
out the circle In which they move. When you hear
a wealthy ueiitleinuu of liilelllip-nrn and rcltueinent
say, "1 owe mv life to Snnlurd Itndical Cure," you
limy feel aMiri'd that it Is an article or it"'! value,
and worthy to be i'laM'd anions the alaudard medi
cal apecillca of I tie day.
rpiIK benefit 1 derive IVuni Ita dally aoe la tome In
HKNfcY WKI.LH.or Wclla, FarjjoJt Co,
IT has cured me ufter twelve years of uninterrupt
OKI). W. lIULOIITON.Walthaui, Mum.
IKOl.t.OWKI) the dln-ctloua lo the li tter and am
happy to alato I have had a permanent cure.
1). VV t.HAV, M. II., MiiKciiline, Iowa.
I Have recommended It Ui quite a ntunliernf my
Irlciida. all ofwhoin have cxprcaned to me their
hiuu cellmate of Ita value und km1 onYcu with lliem
WM. IIKUWN.W. rlucrU. tit. Loula.
KTK.n iimIiik two buttle I 11 n (I myaelf perma
nently cured. I have iiii-o recommended over
one hundred buttles with the pis-uteat purceaii.
WM. V. AHMHTKONd.
i; Harrison Av.. Iloton.
TK have old SANrnisii'a H.meAl C'crr for near
M ly one year and a ay candidly that w e never
aold a similar preparation that na nch tinlvcp-ul
antlvriictiuu. We have vet to learn of the flrt com
plaint, . U. UALbWlN, WaahluKlon, ind.
curt' fleeted In my case by Ha vwhm's Hao
icalCvhr wua an remarkable' that It seemed to
those who bad suffered without relief from any of
the ti nit I reuiidlia Hint ll could not be true. 1
Iher'dormnde affidavit to It In-fore )v-th J. Thouiu",
Kq.. Ju-tlce of the I'eaee, Huxtoll.
C.KOlKiK V. DINSMtiliK.Uru'Ist.HoMon.
Each package of Hnnlord's Iladii al Cure ron'alns
Dr. Sanforils Improved: luhallus Tube, and roll
direction Ir lis ue iu all caw. Price One Hollar.
For sale by all wboleKnleai.il retail ilnu'L'iat and
dealerx Ihrollifhoiil the l ulled State nnd Canada.
WKKKS 4 HOITKII, In-nerul Ajfi-ui aud Whole.
mile llriiul-ii. Ho-tnn, Mui-s
Collin's Voltaic Plasters.
AN ELKl'TKi MiALV ANK' BATTKHY (DM
ltl.NKI) WITH A HKiHI.Y MKIIICATKI)
STlthMiTHK.MMi I'l.ASTKU, KtJKMIMr THE
BUST 1'l.ASTEK mil I'AINS AM) AC1IKS IN
THE WOULD (IK .MKDICINE.
tit-ntleinin: I sent fur one or Collin Voltaic
I'lask-r. and it hn been of t'reat benellt In reducing
a swelling in my led side that Iho phvsiclmn pro
nouueed Enlargement ol the hplet-n nnd one pio
nouncedll an Ovarian Tumor. I.. A. KISTKK.
Cvntiiiania. lsn., Man li JU, 1ST? .
THEY AI5KTIIK II EST.
(;eutlenicii:Kiirlii.'.-i yon will find $.'.i". and I
wish you would scud me another dozen of vmir
Colliu s Voltaic 'luatcr. Ity the above you'will
si-e that I can do something to help other in nine
way even it I am not abie to lie up ami around.
There are a uumhi-r who haw tiled your plasters
who had xltcn out that all plasters hitcuikI tor
not hi i.e. and now Join with mi-that they are the
best they have ever tried I have got iilong this
winter better than I hnu' In fure In three years
Wish I con Id have hi-urdiif onr iila.tirs before.
' Votirs, Ac, l.'oliKTTA M. (KOSS
BallsTon r-PA. N. Y.. March ls
l'l-ire H. ( V'litH.
Be careful to call for Collin s Voltaic I'ia-Vr lest
you ifet some worthies- imitation. Sold by all
Wholesale and IM.ul Mrugisi tlironu'houi liu
1'nlted Mates amli'anuda. aiul by WEEKS ,t I'OT
TEJt, i'mprietor. Huston, AU-.
Kyi IT.Wtl.K 1.1
111 1 l a I Tli 1
lb 1 VV I I' 1
B ' . 1 I I IV .1
120 lmA wav.
i i i
ASSLTS, Jink 1, !:,
(No Premium Notes )
Mnriiliis over Six Million Dollars.
The Mot inipoi taiit ities-tiin for thov i nstirinir their lives is "WHICH COM
PANY IS STItONV.KSTr
The stronuesl coniianv is the one which lias the most lsji.r.vrts ok wkli. invested
AmsKTH KOM EVEItY lHII.I.Alt IIK LIABILITIES. ,
(If the seventeen hires! bill' Instirtiiiee Companies of the United States, th
alio of assets (excliulinjr ireiniiin notesi to liabilities, the Kiiiitable is largest, beinjr
I'.M.'JIl. The second largest is 1 111.77, and the third largest 117.11'.'.
iThese liuures are froiii Iho fdlleial report of the New York Insurance Depart
ment. June 1. s7n.
ton t i iNis
Grow more popular every tla.v, and are
AO 11 NT'S
AVasulncjton Avkm k.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
JjJUKEKA! EUKEKA 1
A SUBSTITUTE YOU LIFE INSlR-l
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Organize,! July Utli, 1877, Under the Lsm0r
me siuie or Illinois. Copyrighted Jaly
0, 1877, under Act of Congress.
WILLIAM BTKATTON. Pansm
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J. A. lilll IISTI VV
Ha. J.J. (iOHDoN, . Mau.AunaoR
THOMAS EEW'iri, . . Ba
BOAitn or manaokiw:
J.J. (iOKIlOS. I'hvslilan . ,., ..
Mr. 1'. A. TAYLoft. Superintend' Tof ""
SchO)ls, Alexanib'f Countr '
M rs. K ( '. E( iRD, Variety lir'acket Mt'or.'.,' ..
J. A. (lOLI)HTlNK. of Uldstln Si It
acnwaler. Wholesale and Itetall Dealer
lu Staple and Kanev Dry (looda s
J. B. TIIIHTLKW OOD, of .(tinkle &
'IhlstlcwiMid. Commission Merchants,
Cotton ami Tobacco Factor o
H. D. AVEHS.of Aytrai; LU Commla-
ion Meri-haiit . ,.
THOMAS I.KWIH. Insurance' Manager
and Attorney at Law i.
WJ.- t'-'BA'lTON.or Htrattou 4 Wrd',
Wholesale (4nccr u
!?:. ,M.JiV,i?!' L,,mnillon' Mer
chant, 7H Ohio Levet)... ,
JAN. H. KKAKUEN. Agent MiwisVi'upi . .
7 Iranstinrtatioii Company.....;.
IIAkK SON IIOL l'T, Wutchm.ier ai d
t'!l'oSi.K -hf'1'l',Al!T' Wholesale and'Vle'
tall Dry Ooods and Notions .i .,
EDWAltl) A. DI DUlt, Manufacturing
Jeweler und Wholesalii lieoler la
i-i.'l v .kl'rlw.T!M,!" "a'1 Material.. ..
E WIN I . KONEW, I'mpH,.,,,, M
Charles Motel ,. ,.
II A Z E N I. E H I II To N , Com mission L-r-
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l I ,,"rri i iv'u'"; 'f"il Muni tion. T.-nn.
J. It. (jI.LI.K, Merchant .Murldau. Mass.
Y ATE N TS.
J) A TENTS
obtained for new lnrei.tlon. or for Improvement
on old ones ; fur im dlcal or other compounds, trade
mark, and labels. ( aent. Assignment. luk-r
fercme. Appeal", halts for lafnngemtnt, and
nil ca-i-s srlsiug n litter Iho J'aknit. Law, prompt
ly atleiiited to. Internum thai have he a
I M' I l-'l T V 1 1 bv -'aknt Oftice may Mill.
JltislJji.J l I' tn iniisl cases, he patented by
u. Being opHislti t lie L'. H. Talent bcrarlmetil,
and engaged iu I'atenl bn-inciw exclusively, we can
make closer n an b s. and M-cure I'ak-nts more
prumptly, and uith broader claims, tliuu those L
are remote from W ashlngton.
I 'VL,'T. ",IM u" model or sketch of
' ' Jill J " 'Hi! vour device; make ex
amlniitlons and advise as to patentability, free of
charge. All orrcMnilcncc strhtly coiilldclitlai.
J'rb es low. and no charge unless Patent is secured.
We p fi r iu Washington, to Hon. Postmaster
lieiii-ral li. M. Key, Hi v. K. I). Tower. The Oermau
American National Bank, to officials lu the C. S.
Tatei.l ('011 e. and lo N natots and Ifcprescntatlv
lu ( outness: mid esoeclailv to o-.ir cltei.is in en-rv
state in the l.'uion and in Canada. Address
V. A. SNOWtStCO..
Opposite. Patent (.tluc, Washington, II. (.'.
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