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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, PKOEMBEU
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('aim Bulletin. I'll!'"- Illinois."
i.mci M. i'.m-kh or aikxanuki: county.
iiiily .Mni'iiiii? Daily in Southern IliinoM
J.:ti'KiHt Oivuli.ttort 1 tiny Daily in
M.U. Jliii'f"!!, Kditor.
Tine senatorial contest in Micliitran be-u-ut'n
("iristiaucy and Chaiidler is quite as
ititerotin a struggle as that in progress in
this Slate between Ogleshy ami Logan.
Chriftinncy, like Oglc-sl-y, is exceedingly
anxious to be his own suecossor; but Chun
iller, like Logan, is determined to prevent
such a consummation, if the means of pre
wntiou nxa within human reach. And we
are of the opinion that the purallel of the
struggle will lio run still further, by the suc
cess of botli China Her .in J Ligau. Tlie for
mer has the adinin'stMtiou of Il.iycs to
iiack him; wliile Logan relies upon the hold
he has upon his party; his great personal
popularity, and an almost l,salid" Egypt.
.Mr. Oglci-by will find these influences quite
hard to counterbalance as C'liristiancy
will the weight of the influence given to
i.'handicr bv the nun in the white house. lf
l'iks to u. then fore, as one of the very:
tmng j.rf.!.:tb!lities of the future that Zaeh-
ariah Chimdh-r will le the next senator j
Crura Michigan, and John A. Logan the next
Wk are prune to regard as a species of
norilege any effort to change the forms that
live the sanction of long uaL".'. The feel
ing amounts to an ingrain prejudice with
all of us. IInce we look with distrust and
a readiness for f tult-linding, ujwn any move
ment that is aimed tuditurb the old routine
n: making a president. We should have
learned the n'ces-ity for a rlmnze from the
xperience of the past two years; but we
vrestly fear that tlct lesson of that threaten
e J . jHilitical eruption, has been lost. 15c
t hut as it may. however, we should, were
we in a position tof fleet anything, oppose
the passage of Mr. Edmunds' electoral hill,
for the reason that it seems to provide no
certain bar to a recurrence of the very dif
ficulties that threatened such serious results
two years ago. It provides for holding the
election in October, and for the meeting of
lhe electoral college on the second Monday
in January; and the vote cast by the college
must be submitted to congress on tho second
Monday in February. The only point that
would he gained by the pasarc of such a
bill would he a few weeks' lime. It leaves
everything as it already is, in tin- hands of '
ingress, except dilutes that arise in tlll. i
states. These must be settled where lliev
arise. The bill, if a law, would not furnish
the guaranty the people demand, against
the possibility of a future fight forth" pre
Tiik inquiry into election outrages will '
not be confined' to lhe South. It will be
known for what purpose and with what el'-
f a t tlie polls of hundreds of voting places , cess of his scheme would inaugurate tcrri
in Pennsylvania were placed under the con- 1 Me scenes of bloodshed; would prostrate
trol of special L'. S. Marshals who were no- the industries of the south, and to a mnrk
loriously the most ilisteputal.l,. characters j ed extent paralyze those, of the north; would
of the neighborhoods in which they lived. ! mar the peace of the country, happily re
The committee will n-.vk to know why over , stored, and bring back to lis all the hates,
nine thousand voters in the city of New i jealousies and socialdisturbanc.es that black-
Vork alone, were, arrested, imprisoned and
kept away from the polls, n w mi ut
that u subservient legislature lm,l taken
away from the Sheiill'of Philadelphia the
right to appoint bis own deputies, because
he was a Dunocrrt, ,,,,,1 for no other reason
under heaven. Tii- committee w ill further 1
Icrn that neKro ote,s ,,f Pennsylvania '
were tiirnishe.1 tla IIlM1 which j
t.. vol.., whilst hundreds f white !
Democrats who were iim.I.le t pay ,
rixts. were urivcn Um the polls. All
tins tin- Democratic portion of the eom
mittee will bring to light of ililV um t,
condemnation of decent men, just as surely
a the investigation is made. They will
further bring into c.onspie.ous notice the po
litical slaves of the factor'u in Mumwhu.
H.'tU. who nr- the mere creature of the
niHst r's will, und vi te tho Rcpublicm
ticket, bvaiise, to do otherwise, would
work the ibrfritiuv of their positions and
bring wait to their wives nnd children.
And. Khimki the committee choose to widen
the scope f its inquiry, it might come to
Southern Illinois, and learn how a colored
man, niiiiiM tho gleam of knives and pis
tols, was compelled to lly from the rostrum
upon which he was speaking; and for no
other reason than that his eyes had been
opened to the hypocrisy of Republican
protest at ions and to tho sham of Hcpnbli
cau sympathy, and was honest and candid
enough to declare the fact from the stump.
Aye, indeed, shall the committee come
North; and if a system of bull-dozing and
terrorizing worse, becuuso more sneaking
and cowardly than that of the South, is
not disclosed, then are all signs that poiut
in that direction, the most arrant cheats and
Mahv Wai.kku is rendering herself
a euiihuicnous nuisance. Not contenting
herself with the donning of male a tire,
she obtrude, herself into crowds where she
is sure to invite criticism, and avails herself
of the slightest pretext for nn altercation,
being thereiititii moved by the hope of gain
ing newspaper notoiiety. The ordinances
of nearly all of our cities provide against
tho appearance of either sex on the streets
cr in public places, in the attire of the
other, and there is no suflieieri reason why
the law should not apply to Dr. .Mary
Walker the same as to anybody elso. At all
events tho police have no discretion. If
they discharge their duty, the Dr. must be
"pulled;" and to "'pull" her, is to heur a
lusty Dut-cryf rom the old cronies of Dubton
and Philadelphia, about the "brutal assaults
upon women's rights." If women's rights
consist of the right of women to unst x
themselves, not only in their dress, but in
thur conduct and associations, it is about
time the "rights" were assaulted out of ex
istence. If Dr. Walker were a leader iu
dress reform. r if she had any comm-nd-able
object in view, she would command a
degree of toleration, but since her para
mount object is newspaper notoriety, regard
less of the elL-ct of her caprices and excesses
upon public morals, she ought to be sup
pressed as the nuisance the is, and has been
fur three or -four wars or more.
WILL' HE NEVKH DESIST
j',, reyilutmn to inquire into election
,,;,,,,.. ;K m.il.!v a uartisan measure.
... , J .
(rendered none the more so by the author's
admit don that it looked only to the faults
of Democrats) that the right-thiuking men
i tif the country view it with disapprobation,
while the greater number hold it in un
The truth is that Senator l'laine over
estimated the strength of tlio people's en
durance, lie seemed not to understand
that the public stomach was already sur
feited of "bloody shirt," ami would revolt
at further doses. He is now receiving evi
dence of this state of feeling upon which
he cannot close his eyes. From Republican
Senators he received no support, and ws
left to fight his buttle alone. This he is
doing with his accustomed ability; bu any
body can see that the surroundings are not
such as inspire him to great vigor of elfort.
After the first duy's discussion, the interest
lagg"d until fiually those who "flouted the
crimson garment'' did so to a thinned-out
hall and empty galleries.
And it is well tor the country that the
aims of this mischievous senatorial gladia
tor fell short of the object he was wrestling
to obtain. lie aimed at a revival of tierce
sectional hate; to arrav the whites and
1,,at'ks "'' tl"' l'f,"l,1 in u"sl''(' attitudes, and
ultimately to re-inaugurate military Uomi-
nation in enouj;li of the Southern States to
place the electoral college of 1881 in the
hands of the Republican party. Upon the
waves of the terrible convulsion such a con
dition of all'airs would create he would see
his opportunity to ride into the white house.
and thus crown the ambition of his life.
No man foresees with a clearer mental
vision than James G. l'laine, that the suc-
cued the years of bayonet-sustained earpet
bayixm in the states of the south. All this
Mr. llluine foresaw with an unobscured
sl-ht: but what recked he? If the path
way to the white, house was left clear Home
might burn, ami he'd fiddle on, within the
very mar ot the conflagration.
While we can admire the genius and
ahilityofsueh a man. and recognize the lofty
ml,ition that seems to shape them, we can
but regret that the Senate of the United
States was ever cursed bv such
Following t'.ie promptings of his uncon
querable ambition he'd wreck the public
peace, and plunge the country into the hor
ror of nn Internecine war, if upon tho tur
moil and bloodshed of the time he could
reach the goal of his desires. Such a man
in the Senate is, we repeat, a constant men-
j ace to the peace and linppiness of tho
country i and men who can rise above tho
trammels of party will thank God and tho
people of Maine, when he is relegated to
the quiet walks of tho harmlcjs cit'uen.
IT HAS AN UGLyT.OOK.
We don't profess to be much of a lawyer,
but looking ut the matter through tho spec
tacles of common sense, wo are led to In
licve that the Hon, Samuel . I. Tilden lias
been enabled, through a decision of tho mi
preme court of Michigan, to swindle the
First National bank of Ncgaunee out of
ninety thousand dollars. Mr. Tilden was
the owner of the "New York Iron Mini!,"
and was represented by one W. F. Wet
more, agent, etc. This agent being in want
of money to push mining operations, bor
rowed of the Ncgaunee bank, a sum nggre
gating about 90,000, giving promissory
notes therefor. Tilden, the only responsible
party, refused to pay the notes at maturity,
denying Mr. Wetniore's right 10 make
them. The bank sued; obtained judgment
in the lower court; but now the supreme
court steps in and hUstains Tilden's plea, de
claring that it is not the custom, or wiihin
the power of mining agents to make prom
issory notes or commercial paper, unless
specially authorized so to do; and that, in
nsmuch as Mr. Tilden had never recognized
the paper iu question in any manner, he was
not bound for its payment. If this state
ment of the case, w hich we find in the Chi
cago Tribuue, is a true one, it brings Mr.
Tilden in very close quarters with a rascally-looking
piece ot business.
It was during the progress of this trial
that Mr. Ti Men's lawyer was arrested for
larceny the alleged stealing of the mining
company's books that were regarded as f
great importance to the bank in the prose
cution of its suit. Nothing came of t'lut
charge; and it may turn out that parti.an
bias over came the impulse to tell the truth
in giving the facts w hich we credit tj the
So.MLTUIXO FOH TiiK New Yeah. The
world renowned success of Hostetter's Bit
ters, and their continued popularity for a
quarter of a century as a stomachic, is
scarcely more wonderful than the welcome
that greets the annual appearence of Hos
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Pittsburgh. Pa., under their own im:ncdiatu
supervision, employing 80 hands in that de
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running about eleven months in the year on
this work, and the issue of same for 1S79
will not be less than ten millions, printed
in the F.nglish, German, Freneli Welsh.
Norwegian, Sweedish, Holland, Ifohcmi.in
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C'oxst Mi'Tio.s Cinti). An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed in
his hands by an East India missionary the
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for
the speedy and permanent cure for con
sumption, oronclutls, catarrn, ustiima, and
all throat and lung affections, a!so a positive
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fering, I will send, free of charge, to all
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W. W. Sheiar, 14!) Powers' Hock, Roches
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Cuts, Contracted Muscles, Stiff Joints, Corns
and Hums, on human beings; and Spavin,
Ringbone, Galls, Cuts, Scratches, etc., on
animals, Coussens' Lightning Liniment is
unequalled, and its effect simply electrical.
As its name suggests, it is quick to relieve,
and thousands bear witness to its astound
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To all who are hullering from the enors
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Send a half-addrrstied envelope to ths Her.
Jonkimi T. Inmak, Station I). Bible llomti?,
New York City.
It is Woina A TniAf. . "I was troubled
for many years w ith Kidney C'omplnint,
Gravel, ifcc; my blood became thin; I was
dull anil inactive; could hardly crawl alaiut
and was an old worn out man all over, nnd
could get nothing to' help me, until I got
Hop Hitlers, and now I am a boy again. My
blood ami kidneys are till right, and I sni
as active as n man of ill), ulthough I am 72,
audi have no doubt it will do as well for
others of my age, It is worth atrial.
JOTK'E OK riNAI. SI'.TTI.KMKNT.
K statu of aiissK i;i..m,ow, nrerntii
Slntuof llllnoia, Alcxnmter count v. n.
Notice Is hereby plvcn thai on Miiuilnv thr 'JWb
(Ihv of Jiiunrv, A. I. 1ST", thu uiiileriiicil, mlmlie
lulrutiir oflil iiuUi, will pri'M'tit to Hie tuunly
court of fciiiil AlexHiiclcr i-minly, hi Ihei onrt honteln
I '.urn, lllli.oU. nt h linn iberiN'f then to ln luihleii,
hl llieil n peri ot bl m'tsuiiil dolnen ua hM mlinin
letnilor. unil a-k Ihoniurl lobt ulsriu.r.'eil limn tin v
mid till fun h it itutli'i und rcpoiKlhililli s riiuniTt
I'll wlili aiilili'tjtf, mill thr nilinlnlsiiMilDu therwif.
at H'lili h time met plm i'. mu li pt-tKoim in nre Inii r-i-tml
iiiii.v lie pri'Hfut and rusUt nu n upplloulliui if
the)' i!iou i o In (In.
latAH M. lil.AsriOW, AiliiiliiUtrittur.
(.alio. Illlillllf, I leeemOo- -Jlrl. Is'.S.
OWE 01' FINAL SETT I. KM KYI".
Kvr.iTU or tiioxas ki;i:?k. 0KetAr.u.
SIKli" of IIMnii!. AlMiiniler lounlv. .
To Itili!iM iliill.lohmii.'il Ki-efe: lielu of enlil (',
(."ileal, mid nil otliiTu liili'rrntcil :
Yon arc be ruby tl t 1 11 I . Unit on Mn'iilny. tlie Jitb
ds.vol .1 miliary, A. I). ls".!l. th.i uiirtereiciiri! admin
istrator of mill t'Muli'. villi lirmrnt to llui coinilv
(iiirlol nld Ali'imd"! loiinly. t tlivrourl bourn-, in
( aim. IIIIouIh, at a term tlit-mit then to bv bolden,
hla (IiihI ruport of ti In art and iIhIiil'x Ui'b mi
ni I : Istrator. and ok Ibi- court to beiliwliuiei'ilfroiu
any and all umber diclci and rt'Kponxllilllilia c in
tncti'd Hllli l. I'Kiate. ami bi adniliilrtratlnu
tbereof, nt which timv and plan- rurh pcrronn at
am ItueifHi'd may bo pruni-iit und r-iit( such applb
cation If llifjcboo'ir o to do. ,
HH.'IIAIII) KIT(ltI!.U.li. Ailinlnii-iiatnr
Cairo. Illluoh. Deiuuiber 1 Tit. A. I). Is;s,
In bsreby given that defuuli lavlni bceii mmln fur
more that ulily dam iu the pavnit'iil of a portlnu of
tbi- ainiiunt nci'iircd to bi palil b a inoreau' rxi
cuted by Max Kactin and Mirbin l Jumimnicr. In
Naniual Staalii Tavlur and I'M win l'urnii. 'I'niKtiteii
of tin) Cairo t'lty Vioi'crty. dald Au just lilh. A. II.
lSTa.and recorded In the lii'i onli'r's (jfll. In mid for
Alexander coauiv. lu lie' Slate of Illinois, In H.i.ifc
8of Heed, on pan-l. The updTi?:ierl, tli ni:
c'HKnr ofaald I.'UiIi-.k. villi i"i Saliirdur. tlie 4m day
of datiiury, A. II. . 1ST!), ut HI o'clock in lhe fore
noon of that d.iy. iui.li r and by virtue of I lis power
of naie ronotlned in said inurtunee. nll at pnblir
aui tioD. Ui tb bluheiit bidder, f'.r larh. at hi otller.
corner of Wmbini;tou Aenau and iitlilpeiitb
Ktre t. In naid Clly of Cairo. In Ali nanii. r county
and Slate of Illlnoin. ail the rlbt. title and intent
of i-alil Max Kuebni und Wii bnel .lunmrler. or
their a-.iiuii. lu nnd to lot mimberei! f'. inlre) in
block nuinhei id m. vi'iny tliree). iu suiit ( uv of
l.'airo, according; to I lie ri'ionled plat thi reof. with
tlie apnurtenam ea. to i-atibfy the purnoneN and con
ditions of said Mortfa!:e.
Haled. Caira. III., .Noveinher ;th. ls:it
V STA ATS TAYUlIt.
Tnuti e of the Culr. City I'rnperlf .
4 IlVIXl.STIiATOIfS MiTICE.
C-TiTK or TIK'NAa K. WALKER. OKI KAkII).
The iitid'T-iLMieil. bavliie been rioliilei Adniin-
Ulralor of the i-tHte n 'I ;iiiniin Y. ulkrr. lule of
the coiiutv ol Alvxandi-r. and Mate of lillnom. de-
l-ea-e.!, Iierel.y ilve liotke tnat 111- 111 appear lio
fore tlie coiiniy court of Alexander coiinlj. at Hie
court h"lie in Cairo, at the Janiia'rv term, on the
thiol Monday iu January next, ut which time all
per-o'.iM huiliiu' rlalum uu'in-t said itate are no
till' d and ri i;,eted to attend for the purpoe of
of Invlni; the name ai!lnted . All iit-mnnii iiidilif.
i d to aaid i-tule ere reitieted to nuke iinmedinle
pavlli'Mlt to the llll(.'TlL'll' ll.
DateU tin- tniril i.nv 01 i)eceniri"r. A. u. isv.s.
S AM I. ll. VYALKKif, Ailinluli.lrator.
la hereby L'iveii thrt tie1 default havlni; been innde
lu the payment of the amount seenn d to be p ii,! by
a certain Morije or li"i'd of Trin-l ejecnied by
f -ii ri 1 .4 Di vine In John (J. Il irnion. Tramee, dated
llth day of October. A. 1. IS04. and recorded In the
Id'ciir.lrr a iii ill ii. lu and fur Alexander countr. iu
the Mute of lllinui. in Itu.ik I., of Dei d. on nai'e
t'i7. &e.., Hieuinleri.li'ue(l. mid 1 ru-tee. will on Sat
urday the 4th day o! January A. I). 1STV, bi-iwccnlhe
hour" of 10 o'clock A.M. and li o'clock I'. M. of mat
day. to-wit: at 11 o'clock A. M. under and bv vlrlne
of lhe power of sale contained in said .Mnrteaue
or lleed of Tru..t nell, at I'uiilii: Vendue to the ti i tl -i
-l bidder, for i a-li. at the Co'irthuiife door. In
aid ( ity of t alro. iu Alexander county and Mate of
luiiioin. all therii:hl. title uud inti-p-at of said Hi n
Ii;h Llevine or l,; a-i'n, lu ulid In lot iiuiu'iered
IT i Seveuli.'cll In bl K iiuiubered (I Six In xnill
I lly of Cairo, a' cnrdlni! to the reenrib-d plat tin re
of. with the appurtenance, to tutirfv the p'irjneii
and coiiditlouii of said Moit'au'e orl)ied of Trust,
liated Cairo, 111., November vii th. lax
JOiIN y. IIAHM AN.
Ml TLA I. All) .s'tlClKTY.
a sriisTiTni: ron life insir-
WIDOWS' & OIiI'lIANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Orijanl.eil Jaly Hth, 1U77, I'mler the Fjiwunl
the Suite of Illinois. Cnprl;litetl July
!), 1877, muler Act of ('onrxaa.
WH.1.IAM STRATTl'S. I'iiehiiknt.
Mkn. I'. A. TAYl.Olt. - - VieK-1'HKhiuiiVT.
J. A. ilDliDS'l'IN R, ' - Tkkanchkil
J)a. J.J. (iOHDuN, Mbd. Anviaou.
THOMAS LKWtS, - SiKeRKTAHT.
NOAM) OK MA.NAOKIts:
J.J. f.OltllON. 1'hvslclan Cairo. Ills.
ilra. I'. A.TAYlidl't, Superliitcudent of
Scliojlo, Alexander County " "
Mrs. IC. C. I'tiKD, Vurlet llracket Store, " "
J. A. I.OI.DSTINi:, of lioldKline A Ko-
"rnwater. Whuleaale and Itetull Uealrr
In StaplH aud Kam Dry (iuoua " "
N. II. Tlllvn.K a(X)I). of lllnkle A
ThlHtleHood. Coniinltiilou Merchants,
Cotton aim Tobacco Factors " "
8. 1). AYKItS. of Ayers ,V Co., Coaimla-
alon Menhanta " "
TIIOlt.AH I.KW1S, ludiramu Maua(er
and AUorncv at Law " "
V.M. HTUA'I'I'ON.of Strutlua ii Jllrd,
Vhnl.ale (irorera " "
OKU. M. AI.DKN, ( uminlssioa .Mer
chant 7H Ohio l.nree " "
JAM. H. UKAKDliN. Aeiit Mlsslaslppl
Valley 1'rmiHporl.allon Company " "
li A It it I Hi rs HOIT'T, Watcbmaker and
Jeweler " "
( UAH. K. STI AUT. Wholiwuln aud He
tall Dry' Ooorin and Nollona... " "
KI)TAItl) A. III DKIf. Maiiuraetliiliii:
Jeweler anil WLolesule Dealer lu
Watchmakera'Toola aud Materialf.,.. " "
EDWIN It. KONKYV, Proprietor hi.
Charlea Hotel " "
IIAZKN I.KItlUTON,C'orumlHaloa Mi r-
ebaiit " "
Dr. EllWAKl) It. (tOtC. I'. H. Marshal
Houlberu District IIIIuoIn HntliiL-tleld, Hla.
Mra. H. A. AYKKSl Villa ltidee, '
Dr. K. M. IlKHillAM. l,liyslclKti..1ndlauapo1ls, Inil
JAM. M. (IKLATT, Heal turns
Aireut Kevkok, Iowa.
Jtuv. DAVID 0. WELLS, Melbodlrt
Mllil'ter (irand Junction, Tenn.
J. It. UL'LI.KY, Murchaut Meridan, .His.
OYSTEIW AND FIVIf.
Wboleiul intl rclsll di'llrr lu
0Y8TEB8 AND PISH,
Oysters iu Hulk and Can. Sen Msli,
Native Fish. Celery mi Uunic.
Trntli'iiliir mtentloa pulil In nrilrrn from aliroml
nnd all loi k Klimonli'i d wbi 11 hlpptil,
Decorative I'aper Hunger
P A I X rIK U !
A (SI'ECIALTV MAliK Or
OUixing ami ICalsoinininre.
Leave OnUra at llar l.y'a or Pirkefa Rook Store,
Kitfhtli Street, near Coniiiicreial Avonne.
V. UEf-CJI, l'lioraiKTon.
Iln.ine atarted a tint clan llakerr. and placid a
fli-l cb HI. I.oui baker III charge, i am prrinred
CAKI'S or KYEUY DEhCIMPTION.
from lhe ilnl ii. nl l ili. inot elatmrate kind, iiilt
able lor weitdin.'a. halU. etc.: aiso all klmla ut
Itreud. Pl. and Pastry, al the rerr loaesl ralca.
liritern Mill be prompily rtlled. A di llyerr ai:oa
will run dully to all put of the til? for the anom
modulloii of i Tial'iioi r.
A uliare of lhe pniilic'i patronage la solicited, aud
WAK'IIKS. jr.V. rj.KY. f.Tl'.
EnwAiiD A. Jli'Duii
(AuraetMir to E. W. Huict ,,
lIASl'FACTl'Iil.NG J li WE LEI!.
Aid Da la
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. K'urhth St. aud WaAhiujton Ao
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 K1UIITH STItKET,
UetweeB Cuuimsrrlal aud I
Wobluxtoii ana., )
FIXR WATCinvOfiK A Sl'Kl IAI.TV.
t VEnrarini: aud all kind of rciiriu,' neatly
itT All klnda of Solid J.'n elrr mide to order.
Sun of the Buffalo H'Kl.
.on Ohio i
KOEHLKU UKOS., l'ropi ietors.
.JOi: A13Ki;U Agent.
A full and complete snpply of the bet of ujl
klurlaoieat always uu liana. Orders filled at any
hour, day or ninht.
JNSUKANCK AGENCY OF
AVells & Kertit,
QllOtyilsl' (Of LWerpool)
UU'I1I , Capital f 10.1
British" America i Ai2Jl,fikr!S,w.
MilU-illiif1" "!) Marine iMIIlrllle, N. J.)
.UltlVlIll. ( AeU, J,t,-Ha.tB-7.e4.
mi i n i vi i -i 1 - " " New Vork
" "IIIIUC 1 1 lill i Amela tAISM.M.
I'nukTi I ir l'hUadelpbla: wubllsliud in lstM.)
I 11IUI1 ) Aineu, $a.-SI,ltW.iW.
J II Clililll f) , Aancta 4tO,IH.i.
f Atllk Oil'
(Of Freeport, III. I.
vil i lllilll i Awsla $4M.R7T.3a.
MKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES,
111 in Ah'JtaniU'p Comity Himk.
2 2 e
J n t; E
A HKAT OFFER FOK
Pri.o.,'i ' T I.'' I!'.', a' T llo-ewSo.
i"wl.,T.iJUol).wirrBniii forHIX vear.
Avr yyn,. Dlr.tratd l a a . ffue. V,,im',
utle at half prle HOIIACK W ATKItS " f
Miiuufacturrr. an. Uoalum.40 Eaal l Ub bt. N T
WHAT KJUSKNT KT. 1.0L IM PUVMCIANS HiY.
PaKVKNTATiVI IIP MiUllM.-Colden'l I Ifbls'J
.itnii'l or Ib el nnil T e I n v I irnru l"r I a r J
ureea ilo urtlcle of diet, and pSnlfilar f ttVrl
V.I...U tunica ara r. quired, btluu l.d. raied wb
other forma of utilmui' fi an, re,,!,. j,,"1 1?
Iber... Ague, Malarial Kerer, Ty, hold Fry aurf
Mery , cprc.aln, ,ll.,.. , n.'w be i iiea?
l h ifreat advanla. W hire pisaerlhed It . u
cc. lent .,,,.: j. , , (
1)1 a. H. L. and J. (.'. Nldelnti Wm, Porter M U
andaianyolber.. Hold by all Urul.i. '," &
K) Matthew Hale's New IhioK.
1.0U0 hrnmtl.Vtlt liiyram.. ...... l .
, . . , I"- iiirii mill WOIUfn
alyaed. hre.l portralta of A. T. y'l' l.i 11 i r
ANi.Kiiaii.r, lianaarr. elc M I i A li 1 ,
AxjHMiS "'""i" tKt"i,u'r- Addrci fur
American Publishing Co. Ua liaudolpb bt., Cklia
t I j 1 f I VjI Ilhl OI .
"j ' ' 5 Falling .Sickncn
PCMT! V KLY f't'KED. ti worst ( -, f ih, i,m...
el alandinv. br Mine Mi. 11 EHIIA 1(1) N Cllh
"NO UtaTMl'd." ft HAS CtliEl) TIJOi
iANfl; WII.I, CIVK I.0UI KO( A CASK IT
W ILL NOT UK NE KIT. A sample Wile r
all aildrrialnK J. ti. D1HH1.KB, Cbcinltl, Offce
l.aiMllroadway, New York.
v aMMSMaM4MaaJHI VVHHVV
iri!d kltm friM M TCTt, r.ipwllloa far
Am iwlv u an I uIh a d iMivn m
v wil Jlfnrf. T ie Wrt ii In m
ytt iw civ klM rtrhi l-s..n...k lacbnta
twmy al.. ItoHTy t'l iWt'-.. i-l in, aa-anW
lis, to 0. A. A Oo.. Mf.-v. I'rf,y,B(Tr
Proportional rrtun.ieyery week oti stock option uf"
. V'. f 10". . Vvi,
Ofll' liU Reporta and Circulars. Kjec, Addnns
T PoTTra U imiT ACo , liauke rs. "i Wall M., K T
1 (.t.NTK WANTKI) - For Ibe beat and fU..,t
J eelliug pittorial Hooka ami Ribln. Price re
duc-d per ceul. Address Nat. Pub. Co.,Chlit
tfTi lo Aci ni i ainaKi:i(T lor the rintaaw
,ii.iToa Tvin and tiaiH freu Addroa. !
O. V1CKEUV. Aacusla. JHui.t
)' ANC V CAItl!. wllh i:atnr. Pit . plain or robl.
-"Aceiits oiildi, 10c. I.V slrlii Hun (;
Hudson. N V.
') Mixed tarda. ftaonCike
Damask. Ac. io
jiainc, I ot. J. aiiiiklrr A Co.,
MIX'KIi ( Alilis. with name, lu rent. Aeent'.
oulfll H da. L. Jour. A to, Nassau, S. Y.
TO ADVEHTILEItS.-hend for our helec-t I.uet of
Um-jI Newapapera hem free on application At
dressGtO P. ROW ELI, A CO., lOHpruci! ht.K.T.
oor health, or lanraVh-
ini: on a bed or sii kur
ake rneer, lor
If inn are almply aillnf
dispiriltd, irlihobl dear
I fop ItltK'l'H Will
If yon ir a minister
seil uilb your pasioria
out with rare and work,
will On re you.
f yoo feel weak a I
1 knowing why,
llevive j ou,
Hid hiteoffrtaied yar
miles, or uiolbir wnru
Hop Ililtt'i'N will
if you are a man nf 1 r,s
strain of yoiir eeryda.i
li rs. tullliiK oyer you:
I lop Hitt'i-H wil:
lit HtlH-ll J'Oll,
'ties, weakened It Urn
lutiee; or a man of Si-
If yon are yonni;. anil:
ufli rlti from any Imlls
fast, as ! nfn-n the caae.
cretlon.or are Ktolik' to.
I lop JlitWTM wil!
lf you are In the work
d' k. tn) where, aud fee
c!i ii'.s:!., toning or slim
I ll JlittlTH il
If von are old, and role
hliop.cu tbe farm, at Die
nai your system ma
laiinKi wnhuDl li.loil
;.u!se It feeble, tkii
m-r'-s atistcadi.atid roitr
Hop HilUTH will
Lt'.voyoti ii'W lilii
M) PAIN RELIiF.
Try ItOI'Con.l! CI HI
For hale by a!
NO U. KB NO FKEIiaVriVe
ho'pitnl. 1KT Kant Wahliitton atriet. I hlnifo, for
the cure of all private, chronic aud special disease
sums L tins rim. Mtuvoia naaiLiTT and Iir
MtMiiHUi. permanently cured. l)r. O. is a (.-raduate
ol lhe Reioriu m liool. and u. s no niercurr; haa Uie
lar-i-.t praciiie In the I'niled hlates. Laniita r
nulnni; ireaiuiiiit, with hum" and board, rail ar
write, fcverv eiinn nieiic for pitients. hend fifty
cents for M AllKIAi.K 01 IiiK:-.'',j pages lllustrat
nl. .Married ladies aud enilemeu m ud Cflr cent
for simple of rubber uouila and elrenlar of Import
ant information by eipr-ss. Cnu lutloti fr.-e and
conlideuiial . i!ell ble Pcuiale I'llls $j a bin.
N K I i V( )US J ) K I J I LIT V, '"u1
men. loss ol vitality, premature weakness, enerva
tion of mind and body, disorder of the brain and
uervoiiH svHtem. and miseries n ailltiiiK tlierelroia,
speedily cured by BATES hPKUFIC. Prepared
by an emiuent pliysiriau: $. a case, 2 for f."i; sold hr
ilrui;irisl. Kor circular with full particulars, ad
dres Hit. llATKh. !i-l:) State street, Chicago. 111.
Jti f)AALAP.Y. Permnncnt salesmen want
sV I ZAW F"d to sell Klaplc (iooda to dealer. Ut
S. A. CHANT Jt CO.
i. in ii n. .."I- " (..ini. nu.inv.
.4,8 it 8 Homo SI., Clu-
0LI) PLATED ATCIIKS.
the world. Sample w atch rrre to Airenis
dras. A. COI1.TEK A CO . Chlcao. Ill
AND .MOUPHINK II ADIT (THE!)
lhe Original and only ahsolnto
cure. M'liil a lam ii for hook on
Opium Rating, to V. II. hqiiire, Wortbinliiga,
(reeiie. County, I ml
Obtained for new Invrutlnns, nr for Improvement
on old ones; for medical or other roinpoiinds, trade
marks and labels. Caveats, Assignments. Inter
ferences. Appeal. Hnlm for InfrlnuemeiiU, ami
all rases arisiirj,' muler the Patent Lawa. prnuipl-
Iv atleuded to. liivetitlons that bavu been
t 1 1 Li,i,,T W h5' Ul1 Patent OWca may slllt.
ill Jl VAj I TiJ 1 1 must casei, be imteiiled by
us. Relnu opposite the I'. H. Patent fleriartnieul,
and eiii-aced in Patent business eiclnslTely, we cum
make closer searches, and secure Patent moro
promptly, and vviib broader claim, Uiau thoac who
are reunite from Washington.
1 VX'U Vl'iUU "'i"1 "nxM t sketcli ir
Jli I Til 1 llJVO jruiir device; we make ex
amination aud advise a to iiau nlahlllty, free of
charne. All rorreamniUnci slrlctly cnnllilentlsl.
Prices low. and no cliarije unlesa Paient Is secured.
We refer In Washington, to Hon. Postmaater
Ornernl I). M. Ker. Rev. V. I). Po er, The ii mian
American Natioiiul llank. to afilelals In Ihu V. H.
Patent Office, and lo Senators and Hepresentiillve
In Congress: nnd especiullv to our rlienta lu iVerjr
Stalo in the Union and in Canada. Address , ,
C. A. SNOW iSc- CO..
Opposite Patent ORloe, vTaihiueton. 1. t.
ryo INVKNTOIIN AND NKCIIANICIS.
PATKNTK and how lo obtain Iboin. Pamplel of
IWpair a free, upon receipt of hlnnipa for iiiMitagK'
tl.. Ili.il. ir. i.V Piil.tiila. Itiil 111 .
VII..TIMIVI1.. ml I li n v.