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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FKIDVY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 18T8.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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"Cairo BulleUu, Cairo. Illinois."
J NO. H. OliKKLT. General Mnnaeer.
I'FFICIALPAPKR OF THE CITY AS I) COUNTY.
Only Morning1 Daily in Southern Illinois
M.B. Ilnrrnll, KJitor.
Tuk country will please turn nside
while it liiUjjhs: The Hiiyos Cabinet has
set about the work ot investigating election
frauds iu South Carolina.
In Scotland they do tilings rather dif
ferently from the current methods in the
United States. Of the ten or twelve di
rectors of the Glnscow linnk, all but one
are in tlte calnboose. That one sloped to
At the conference of Trunk-line and
AVestern railroad managers, lat Saturday,
it was determined to advance rates five per
eeut. on all Ciistward-lxiund grain nn
freight of the fourth clns, the chunge to
take effect on the 25th of the present
month. "Westward rates were not altered.
Who does not pity poor, frost-bitten
"Sitting Dulll" Tired of the limitless
snow-fields and biting ntnophcrc of Can
ada, he pines to return to the sunny land of
his fathers. If lie will confine his fccalp
fcnatching wholly to the Indian agents, we
see no good reason why he should not be
htrongly iinjwtuned to come buck, and
furnished free transportation.
TitK iutest suggestion respecting the
festive, scalp-snatching inhabitants of our
territories, is that they ha colonized on
some of the islands off the California
an agents take up an erforeod trsideuco on
Dry Tortugas. and that the Indians lc let
alone. For the taking off of five, at least, of
every six scalps that dangle at the belts of
the mvages of the plains, the Indian
agents are directly or indirectly responsi
ble. DritiMi the progress of a protracted
meeting in West Greenwich, last week, a
well known citizen who was in attendance
was seized with w hat the brethren were
pleased to term a -'religious frenzy." He
went home a raving inannic, and failing in
an attempt to shoot his old father, whom he
mUtook for the devil, lis seized the lions,
dog and chopped it into several hundred
pieces. Gathering the bloody fragments
into a basket, he clambered to the top of
the carriage house, and from that jiosition
pelted the passers-by with the. chunks of
dog meat. His conversion was evidently
too thorough he got too much of a good
A rtEsraTAHi.K hard drinker of Califor
nia being admonished by a touch of delirium
iremeng that he must part with his cups, he
informed his friends of the determination
he had formed to lxvomp a teetotaler. To
remove himself beyond reach of temptation,
he lin ked himself up iu a room, and there
his appetite, like u tantalizing demon, so
maddened him, that, taking his revolver
from his belt, he shot himself through the
heart. Hut a year ln-fore, this young man
wan the life of genteel social circled; witty
nd brilliant u n conversationalist, a
charming vocalist, and bred iu the "best so
ciety," his lire seemed H fall 0f promise as
his present of light-hearted happiness. The
bloody corpse of a .lniikard was the frui
tion of the hop,- built u(Mn him, ind wine
the damning agent that worked it out.
Til aggregate of northern contributions
Joaouthern yellow fever sufferer, will no
doubt amount to three or four millions of
lotlam. New York alone aent $395,000;
Philadelphia acnt $133,0(10; Chicago sent
about $l0.OO0; llostou $35,000, rjt. bulla
about $70,000, and Louisville, Baltimore,
Wwhingtou and Cincinnati, sums varyng
from $20,000 to $50,000. The Ru f thc
contributions made, the unfelgoedly aym
iwthetlc spirit that governed the contribu
tow, and the sincerity of the gratJtinltt that
wa tendered In return, did a most dealra
Me work la aoftening down the a-teong hair
a4 bitter jeulouclcw beyuttea !' ilia wir.
It was a brotherly proceeding on the part
of the North, and, in all she had to return
(expressions of gratitude) right royally did
the South reciprocate.
MULL THE CONTEMPLATED OUT
It AGE BE CONSUMMATED t
The readers of the Bulletin' have already
liocn informed by our Washington corres
pondent, of a villainous attempt on the part
of the Central Pacific railroad company to
defeat the construction of the Southern, or
Texas Pacific railway. In pursuance of
this aim the Central Pacific has formed an
alliance with the Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fc road, under which it agrees to
divert the so-called Southern Pacific of Cal
ifornia from its course along tlte 3 2d paral
lel of latitude, north to Santa Fe, thus
making it a northern lino In effect, and per
fecting and strengthening the monopoly
under which the trans-continental
trade aud travel of the country nro
already so seriously suffering. Tlds scheme
has evidently been maturing for many
niontliB, and was held in view by Hunting
ton & Co,, at the very time they were striv
ing to win favor among Southern congress
men for their uo-cullod 8oiiUuru Pnciflo
railroad. By promising a cheap substitute
for the real Southern or Texas Pacific rail
road, this rascally firm delayed action look
ing to the construction of the lust named
road until they could obtain posesdoti of
the California portion of it ; and now having
obtained control of that portion "the cut is
let out of the wallet." They deliberately,
and with a rascally assurance that is almost
stunniug, repudiate thi'ir oft-repeated
i .... i .i
promises, aim orazemy attempt to roo ine
millions who are interested in the success
of the Texas Pacific road, of their trans-con
tinentiu route, nmi to make more per
feet and pff'ctive their present monopoly
Now, that the aims of the Central aud so
called Niullicrn rucinc companies are
known now that it is patent to everybody
that the object is to kill off the
real Southern Pacific and strengthen and
jMTiM'tuatc the most gigantic and defiant
monopoly the country has ever known now
that these schemed have been exposed, it u
the duty of Congress to take such action as
will' protect thc people and business of the
country' from the great wrong intended
Southern congressmen owe it to their con
stituents to unite us one man, and to de
tnuud such aid for the Texas Pacific as will
secure its construction, and thus free the
country from the grasp of the most
dangerous, relentless and stupeuduous
monopoly ever known. Aj matters now
stand, our trans-contiuetitul business and
travel are completely ut the mercy of this
IIuntington-Gould combination, and tinless
tin- fiei f tiiut coiiscicntvicss uml un
scrupulous "ring" is broken, the worst wo
have yet suffered will only be us a foretaste
of that which is in reserve. The South, aid
ed by the Ohio valley, can defeat the great
wrong threatened, by securing the required
aid for the Texan Pacific, and to that end
their efforts and votes should be promptly
and persistently directed.
THE MOST DASTARDLY COWAltD OF
Don't tell us: We know better. Men i
have a care as to what may be said of them
after death I The thing called posthumous
fame moves thousands of men to deeds of
h' niism; and to make a name that will le
handed down to jtosterity is the chief aim of
every ambitious life. No civilized human
heing has fallen so low in the scale of hu
manity that he can honestly declare that ho
doesn't care w hat is uid of him, ufter he
puts on his immortality. The very man
who tells you this would knock you
down, should you tell 1dm that his children,
afa'r his death, would be pointed out as the
offspring of the meanest man and most
trilling vagabond that ever took on the
shape of humanity; or that because of his
vicious debauched nature his body would
be denied burial in a decent cemetery. We
have no men among us who are inuiflerent
alxmt their posthumous reputation, and the
man who insists Uwn the contrary has
Im-cii but a poor student of human nature.
This brings u to the point in view, mid
that is that the uewspapere of the country
van do a great deal towards lessening the
frequency of suicides. Ict them,
(the newspapers, we mean) as if by a com
nion impulse, abuse every suicide like a
pickpocket, paint his self destruction as an
act of the meanest and most contemptible
cowuidicunty, if they can with any de
gree of justification, that his family Is hap
pily rid of him, and that he was an ill
grained ami worthless fellow anyhow; do
tills snd as much more as the occasion may
render possible, and the Individual having
hi own taking off in contemplation, will
halt quite a little while before deciding to
leave his family any such a legacy.
- Such a course would not "alRilish" sui
cides, but It would undoubtedly lessen their
number. For ono, then, wo are ready and !
anxious to enter Into a solemn covenant1
that we will call eve7 case of suicide by lU
right name: at an act of arrant cowafdioo
for Uie nan who succuiuU to the adverse
OUviuMtaucea of life; who hil to tits
shoulders of his wife and children thc bc
setments and sorrows ho feels that he, him
self, cunnot bear, Is a coward of the most
distinctly defined character. Such men de
serve but a brief epituph, and it should lc
inscribed upon the tombstouo of every one
of them: "He died of sheer cowardice."
, "EDITORIAL COURTESIES."
A BIT OF AHKANSA8 JOUKXAI.ISM MAJ. KIT
OWEfil.Y, OF TUB HOT HI'RINOS TUI.R
OIUI'H. ON C'llAKI.ES MATTHEWS, OF Til H
HOT HFRIKOS SHNTINKL.
" (tomparc Records," says the creature of
the Sentinel of last evening. No t we can't ;
we never could descend so low. Our sins
are tlio sins of the tiutes and our own ; our
poverty is no disgrace. Our record in the
past is without personal or official blemish.
We served the confederacy with our finest
manhood, aud there are good and true sol
diers in this city to testify to our courage
and devotion. Now, how is it with you
"city editor of the Sentinel!"' Your re
cord in Texas we have mimed as hellish
let the facts sustain us. Your indictment
runs thus in Texas: You seduced n woman
in Galveston, and you are the tfcthcr of her
bastard lmy, never supporting either mother
or child. In the same city you robbed a
poor widow woman, with five orphan chil
dren, of $500 do you deny these charges?
If you do you are a mail
You went to Austin mid engaged in the
newspaper business ; you were admitted to
the reporters' tables tt the house and sen
ate of the thirteenth legislature and for
unheard of blackguardism, (published in
the Houston, Tex.," Union.) you were com
pelled to sign a "libel" and expelled from
tho reMrters' tables, the lobby and the gal
leries of the thirteenth Texas legislature.
Do you deny this? If you do you arc a
During your jojonrn in Austin you rent
ed the City Hotel bar, and entered into a
conspiracy with your next door neighlior
Illomeke to defeat the internal revenue.
Blomekc had some fine whisky and a beau
tiful nitre. Tlie whisky was passed through
the wall through a pipe; you reciived and
sold the whisky under your license, pocket
ed the money, and seduced Biumeke's
niece. Do you deny this? If you do you
are a liar. "
You were in jail at Austin, and on a bare
technicality of law escaped the peniten
tiary. Do you deny this? If you do you
are a liar.
You betrayed the confidence of the
founder of the Sentinel, when he announced
you as a gentlemsn, and you failed to
maintain the character. Do you deay this?
The whole people of Hot Springs, in one
voice, pronounce you a liar.
You have defamed absent enemes, and
when they have demanded an exphnatien,
you have, like the truckling cowird that
you are. aKlogized calling your krutal at
tacks "facetia" do you deny this i If you
do you tire a liar.
Everything respectable excites jour envy
and your malice, lccause the (burs of re
spectability have long ago bem closed
against you, since you entered the estate of
If every bnir on tho body of the Settinel
man was gold he could not pay Ins cMjtsin
Galveston, Houston, Austin and Sau (Anto
nio. If the senior editor of the Seitinel
will pay us the money he stole from us in a
two months' partnership we would no! owe
a dollar in the town. If the city editvr of
the Sentinel feels aggrieved at our honest
toiJi, . i an U: AiiiikI on tlie lioulevarit
ready for the transaction of important busi
EASH AlTAINAUI.K BY TUK ItllF.l 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 channels for blixxl purification
the lu rid element to which pathologists
the most eminent attribute- the painful
symptoms a theory completely borne out
by untmry analysis. The name of this
grand depuretit is Hostetter's Bitters,
preparation likewise celebrated ns nretnedv
for constipation, which causes contamina
tion of the blood with the bile nnd acer
tain means of relief in dyspepsia, fever and
ague, and nervous ailmeuts. It is, perhaps,
thc finest tonic extant, and is highly
recommended ns a medicinal stimulant by
listinguished physicians and analysis who
pronounce it to le eminently pure and very
beneficial. The press also endorses it.
ThkTidy Houbkwifk. The careful, tidv
housewife, when she is giving her houso its
spring cleaning, should bear in mind that
tlie (tear Inmates of her house are more pre
cious than houses, and that their systems
need cleansing by pttrifvinir the blood, rear.
u lating the stomach aud bowels to prevent
and cure the disease arising from spring
maiaria inn miasma, ami she should know
that there is notlunir that will do It so ner.
fectlv and surely as Hop Bitters, the purest
and best of all medicines. See other col-
Death Df.ff.atki. For over 50 years
Seller's Liver Pills have been fhe standard
remedy tor Liver Complaint. Costiveness.
Sick Headache, Pain Id Shoulders or Back,
Dizziness, Coated Tongue, Fever and Airue.
and all diseases arising from n deranged
state of the Liver or Stomach. Thomas
Admas, of Big Sandy, Ky., says: "Sellers'
fills have saved hundreds of dollars in
doctors' bills in his country." R. E. Sellers
& Co,, Prop'rs, Pittsburgh, Pa. Barcluy
unm., rtgents, i.airo,
Wohkinomkn, iiVtore von bcinn vnur
heavy spring work after a winter of relaxa
tion, your system needs cleaRsimr and
strengthening to prevent an attack of noim.
billions or spring fever, or some other spring
sicKiieMthat will unfit you for a iviwont
work. You will save time, much aiaknew
and great expense If you will use one bofc
tie of Hop Bitten in your family tills
moutli. Don't wait, flee other column.
Lett ik colkman's laundry.
Mrs. little Coleman has reonened hr
laundry on Fourth street, between Wnahlmr.
ton and Commercial aveuues, and takes this
method of Informing her old friends niul
patrons) that she is again at their servlcea,
ami solicit their patronage. She lias re
duoed prices to salt lit tiiuw.
TIE MOST POPULAR SCIENTIFIC PA
1 PER IN THE WOULD.
Ol )' $3.20 a Year, Including Pontage. YVet kly
52 Niimliira a year. 4,000 book paces.
rii K tseiKSTirt: amkiiican In a
lame flrl dun
wekiy newnpatMr or atxieeu paeco. I
printed Iu Hie
nmt iM'UMlilul ityle, prolunely illuatralid llh
m'Udlil ciiKravui;, repreaentluir tueneweat Inven
tlma ami tliu mo recent adrnnum In the aria and
aconcea; liiclmlliy new and intereatlnz fnrla in eg.
il-ulliire, iHirtUiiliire. the llnuie, Health, Mnllra)
I'iHri4. Noclal Silence, .Natural lllelory, ticolnirv,
Aitroiiomy. The tuoM valuable practical papcra fy
eulueat wrllera Inull departinenla of icieuie, will
bi'fomd In the Hcientlllo Amerlrnu.
tVrna. $4 .9) per year, l.btl half year, uhlru tn
clideapotai;e, Dincoiint to Ajrenln. Single loptea
tl ceils, fvilil In all uewailealera. iti niil liv
til onlir to M I '.N .V 4 CO.. I'llbliein r, .M I'lirk How.
PV'I W'INJ In tonnei tlon with the Seleu.
I i Uii 1 O. entitle American. Mear. Mann
A Co. ; Solicltora of Ainerit tin ami Koii iuu l'nt
rute. be had H yearn experience, anil uutv hyal
ine lar Jut ciubllxbiiieni iu the world. Patent are
ohtainetou the bent terms. A )iei'lul untlce I
made intlie Scientific American of all invention
putunteOhrouKh thia agency, with the name niul
reaideudof the patentee. Hy the lmmeiie circu
lation t!Klvcu, public attention Is directed to the
merit iithe new patent, and alea or iulrnilui'lliui
ofteli etilly ellected.
Any proti who haa made a new ilicover or In-
veuuonrim ascertain, iree in cnnrio'. whether
latent ii probably be (i1iIiiIm. i1. by writing to the
uiider-lniid. We alo send free inir Hand Hook
alouttlii' I'atiul law. Patent', Trade-Murk, their
ewt. :id how proeureil, with hint for procurln;;
unraui't on lmcnuou. aiiiuc nir paper, or coil
ML NS A CO,. 57 Park Row New York.
Bcaucli oflke, cor. K. A 7th at. Wahluttou, l.C.
LEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue und Eighth Street
. P. PKOSS. president.
P.NKKK. Vice Pre.bJcnt.
II. WELLS, fa.hler.
T.J. KKltTU, AsMmant Ca-biiT,
F. rtm. Cairo;
Peter Net), Cairo;
C. M Uatcrlob,
W'illlam Kluge, Cairo;
William Wolf. Cairo;
It. I. Ililliiitfelcy. m, t.0uli
J. V. l leuiiiou, Caledonia.
K. Ituder. Cairo;
AGENERAI. RANKING BUSINESS DONE. Kx
-txchuuge aula and bought. lntrret paid lu the
oavij,; lieparlnient. Collectiona uiadu aud all
uuiiu-Mi proiuptly attended to.
rPdlK CITY NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL, 8100,0 00
W. P. IIAI.I.IDAY. Preaident.
II. I.. IIALI.IUAY. Vice Pr.idcut.
. ATAATS TATLOR. w. C. IIAI.LIUAT.
HEsnr l. HAujo.vr, n. n. itnm.noiiam.
o. u. wtixuno.x, cTKno.N mun,
U. II. CAMMK.
Excliange, Coin and United Statvs Uoiids
MOfUIIT ASH SOLI).
Aeposlts r-ceWcd and a ((eneral banking btulucs
JNTERPItlSE SAYINGS BANK.
Chartered March 31, 1&I9.
OFFICII IX CITY NATIONAL HANK,
INTEREST paid on depoaita March lat and Sep-tenilH-r
lm. lutereat not withdrawn la added 1m-
ra uiaieiy t lUu principal of the depotit, tuorebjf
iuvui vuiupoHuu (uit-nmi.
WChlldren and married women may deposit
nicney aud no one else can draw It.
WALTElt IIY'SLOP, Trkabikkh.
Sinn of the ilufl-ulo Head
No SO. Ohio i
K0EJILKK 11R0S., Piopi lctoiH,
JOKAI3I:i,U A Kent.
A full and eoitiiitnfi, kiim.lw r,r Om nr .n
kind meat alwaya ou hand. Order filled at anv
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
1 WILL rVIINISH
Flooring. Sidinyr. Lath. Etc
At the very loweat ratea.
Havliiff a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
W art prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL OHDEHft
Ou lb ahurleon ollee.
A8PKOIALTT ttiada of TKAh;Ar LI'MHHlL
W alo niaiinrartura KHU1T hoXHATUUIai A
Cravaw, Caadr, fackUc 2tv(H, (thkTua, Uaadlaaa I
r ia i titI i t riirim
INSTANTLY relieve and permanently curea Vila
liiutlixiiiie dUea'e lu " i" varyini; tai,'i'. It
poi in'H the iiiiiug and healiuir uroiiertiea of
pluiit. herb and bark lu their erneiitlal form, fr.e
from every tlbroii coutaiiilnallon, ami lnthire
pccl illlfer from every other known remedy. In one
abort year it ha found it way from Ihe Alluallc lu
Iho I'ucltlc c(iui, and wherever kuowu ha become
the mandaril rcmeily for thc treatment of Catarrh.
The proprietor have beeu waited upon by .cnile
ineii of national reputation vtlio have beeu cured by
thl remedy, and whu have, at coiiiili ruble exieiie
aud pereoiial trouble, preadlli Kood n through
out the circle lu which they move. When you hear
a wealthy eullciiiaii ul iiitellleiire aud retlneuieut
nay, "I owe my life to Siiulurd a Itudlcal Cure,'' rou
nay feel auri'd that it 1 an article ot ureal value,
and worthy to be clii.n-d auioni; the ataudard undl
ial fpecillca of the day,
rpiIE benetlt derle I'riim Ita dally ue l lo me lu
IIK.NKV WKLI.S, of Wella, Kargo 1 Co,
IT ha cured me ufter twelve year of uninterrupt
GEO. W. IIOl'GIITON.Waltham, lim.
KiLl.bWEI) ibedlrectlima to thc letter and am
happy to tnte I have hiul a permanent cure.
H. VV.GItAY, M. I)., Muecatlue. Iowa.
Have recommended it to quite a uumberor my
liielid. all of whom have exnreeil in tm. their
llifll olllnnte o it value and -ihiiI eric. t with them
WM. IlliOWN. Plue St.' St. Loni.
VI-TKlt lialnu ttto bottle I dud mvaelf perma
netiily i-iired. I have ince nvoniiiiended iner
one bliuilrrd bottle ltli the create! iicee.
WM. W. AK.MSTHOSI..
l.'iV llarrltfoit Av., llo-lou.
l ' K have mil. I s tnHi'4 Ratik'ai. f't-iia fur near
VI ly oue year ami ay candidly that we uever
aniua iimiiar iireparallou that L'ave eiich univeral
(iitikiactlon. ne have vettnleurm
of the flrt enbt.
It. ItALbWIN, Vt'aehliiKton, Ind.
'PIIE cure eftected In my ,,,e by SAxruao' I(ai
1 l Al ( ru wiin reinai kabte that it eeuied to
tliuacMho had mttered without relief from any of
the unial reumlie ih:it It could nul be true 1
therefor made arhilall to It before Sclh .1 . Thorns.
Eq., ilii'tice of the Peace. Ilimion
GEOHl.E V. UlNSMOKK, IJru- 'ii-l. Ilu-ton.
Kai h ai ka-e of Sanfurd" ttadieal l ine rou'.tin
Or. SKiiford Improved Inlmlinj Tube, and full
direction" for It neln all i-ae. price line Hollar.
Koraale hy all wholealc nnd retail druiet and
dealer thmiiu'liolit tlie I'niteil Slate and anada.
WEEKS A PO'lTKIt. General A(r' i.t. and Whole
rale llru'irt. lIoFtnii, .Ma-c
Collin's Voltaic Plasters.
AN ELECTRO GM.VAMC H.VPIEltY l DM
BINEll WITH A HIGHLY MEDICATED
STRENGTHENING PLASTER. KOliMINH THE
REST 1'I.AsTEK lOltl'AINS AND A('1IE IN
THE WORLD OF MEDICINE.
Gentlemen:- I aeut for one of I ollin'a Voltaic
Plaater. aud it haliecitof eri at beneilt In reduclnx
aawellln" In my left lle that to ptiolciru pne
Bounced Knlarit'cmeiit of the spleen, and one pro
nouured it an Ovarian Tumor. L. A. KISTEII
Ct KTiiiAMiA. Inu., March "Ji. UTT.
THEY Alift THE BEST.
Gentlemen:- Euc.lmed you will find :V, and I
wlh yon woiud ud nie another doen of your
Collln'a Voltaic Planter Hy the above you will
ee that Icun no eoiiiethlni; to help other in pome
war even if I i.m not able to be up and around.
There are a number who have tried your planter
who had ('"in 'nil that all pUtor were good for
uothlni!. and nu.v join with me that ihcv are the
oet tnev nave ever tried I nave cot alone; tnu
winter neiier man : time mriire tnth
Wlh I could have hum of vour platter before.
I.ORETTA H ( HISS
Baluton Spa. N. Y
Trice tn Cents--.
Be careful tocullfnr Collin' Voltaic Pla.ter lrt
vou L"'l Kline wortlile imitation. Sold hy all
Wholesale and Retail DruKli-t tlinwelumi the
Tutted State andCanada. and by WEEKS A POT
TElt, Propri) tor. Hovtoti, Mua.
ASSETS, Jcne 1, 1878,
Surplus over Milium Dolhirs.
The Must iinport'int titiextioti lor thtise
PANY IS STHONu'ESTr"
The strunj,'i't compiin' is the one which
AHHKTS KOII KVEItY DOI.I.AIt OF I.IA1IILITIKH.
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Of the wveitteen linyest Lite lnsuittnee I'oinpanica of the United Sttitcn, th
iitio of nset.s (excludiriK premium notes) to liuliilities, tho Equitable is Inrircst. Matt
liil.im. The mronil largest is 110.77, iui(l tlie
t-ir'l'hese llgureH ore from the tiffleitil
meiit, June 1, 1878,
TON T I NI5
Grow mure popular every tiny, and nre
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OXKANfYCAKIlH with name the. Plain otgold
-"K.0 atylea. A;l'a ouiflt lllc, Hull A Co.HuUon,
AGENTS READ THIS.
Wo will pay Atfeiil a alary of $luo per nuuth
aud ipene or allow a larue couiuillou lo aell
our new and wonderful Invention. We mean vhat
wo nay. Addr without delay.
SIIKUM AN CO.. Har-hull, Michigan.
Awnr.led AikAiI !r4i at Ccntannlal Eipoauton for
o"'r Hi KMtlnmi and tawruia. Th. bmbveo
.r uiM.. At our blut .nip Irtdt-mark laclomlr
InulMvd oa luferior fond, thai Jattm't lk i
.tryt,lu. Mold Sy at drali. Hud for.toip!
.J9iAoaaa A Co., Mfri., f mrtbuig, Vy
NEW KICK BLOOD!
Paraona' Purifative Pill make New Rich Illood,
and wil completely ehauKe the blood In the entire
jynu-m In three month. Any peraon who will tak-
inn i-.vii iiiL-ui irom 1 to 14 week mav he restored
to mil nil i health, If uch thins be po'ible, Sent
ny man mr a letter atainp. I.H. JOl
JOHNSON A CO.,
Honour, me. aw.
A "VVoiuli'rrul UomknIv.
There i no roinpariaou between tt and the
common low actltiK porou pluter. It i In every
nay euperior tu all other external rumediea In
clndinc liniment and the ao-called electric a p.
pliance. H rnnt'iln new medical element
which lu combiuulioii wlih rublu-r, the
iniit extraordinary paiu-rellevinu. "tn-n'lhenliitr
aud euratlva properlle. Any phyalclan In your
own locality will C Mirlrm the alaive ataletueiit
Kor Lame Ui k. kbeumatlam. Keinale Weakne,
Stubliora aud NeyUvled Cold and Cnuttha, dla
eaued Klduey, Whooplnir CoU(rh, Amotion of
thc Heart, and all III lor which porou plaatera
are ued. it la impty the liet kuowu remedy.
Ak for Heiixm'a (:pa:ln Poron Waaler and
take no other. Soldby alt druult. Price
eta. Sent on receipt of price, by Scabury A
.lnhnin. iil platt tret. New York
Kri 1 79 vnur if..
FOR DISEASE OF'
. i nrarmuinH
ntujT i im
lot l'auii h'.ctt 'ildicu Ij. bjiroau, New Yak.
HMO land: ins
The (Jront Diuretic Comiiound.
In a ure. qukk remedy for all diaeaiu-a of the Kid
ney. Illadder, and I'rlnarv Orirana, cxiMlng either
iu male or female. A. Irritation, Indnminailon, or
riieratlou of Ihe Kldneva and Rladder, Gravel,
Stout- In the Illadder, Iteddlah or Hrick-duat Sedi
ment In I'rlne, Tlibk. Clofldy or Ropy
trine. Polnful I'rlualln?, Itcwettlntr. Mu
run and Involiwitar Diacharce. Morbid Irrt
latino of the Illadder and I n-thra. Chroair Ca
tarrah of illadder. suppreioti, retention or In
contliienru of t.'rlne. Dlaheie. Dropry. OrKaulc
Weakne. Female Complaint, and all Chronic
Maladle of thc I'rinary and Sexual Orana.
Tliouand can atte't to it wonderful cnratlv
pmpertle in tucc dleae.
Kor Nervouajlehillty. with all It gloomy attend
ant. Dizainea. Lom of Memory, Low .Spirit,
4c.lt i a overlKH rt-iuedy.
SMOI.ANDER'S lil t III' huoy up Iheenena
ted ytem, liiipanin new life and vlomn actloa
the whole ytein becouiUK trenthened and II
lie ure and ak for Ninolander'a Ituchu, Inaifl
upon bavin it. and take no other.
I'lilCE 81.00. SIX BOTTLES. :,.00.
Forleby all Wholesale DrU.'j.'lt ;in Chh auo.
and Medicine Dealer Kent-rally.
1 1 mv
insurini; their lives i.t "WHICH COM
hus the must dollaiim ov wkll iNVaWTW
third lurgest 117.3'J.
report of the New York Insurance Dapurt-
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