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urTICIAL PAPKH OV ALKXANHKK COISTY.
M.H. llnrroll, Kditor.
Fno.M the tiino that the wieuco of navi
gation Oceania known, the pole of every
distant trading pout has shown tin; Union
.lack of Great Britain. Tlio man who looks
harp will see unolher Hag there now the
American stars and stripes.
Tiik idea of permitting the railway win
punica lo do a p;ncr;il tolcorapli business,
or rather to open their telegraph lines to
public use, has been revived and put in def
inite ph:tp in a bill before the United
Stales senate, introduced by Senator Jones
of Florida, and now awaiting action.
A Vkaii iiro British conservative journals
were cynically declaring that the industrial
depression in the United State was due to
ignorant legislation enacted by ignorant
legislators, chosen by ignoraut universal
suffrage. And to What will these journals
now attribute the industrial ruin of Eng
land: Tim editor of Tim 1'uno P.ui.i.ktim tvanla It ill
tinctly understood that h "iu mil acquainted with
Col. Tnrner. snd never exrhinitvil a word with liliii.'"
We don't know which is the mot I'ortiinalo man,
Ihceditor of Tim Ui'llkti.n or Co). Turner.-IN-tl
Of course you don't know. No man, liv
ing or dead, ever accused the editor )f the
News of knowing anything.
Tiik land laws of England are now the
object of the most intense frenzy of haired
among the niilliona of workingmen who see
in rore them starviuiun, nl Lat'om i.llo uri
eUienits vast estates kept for the sole use of
game, in shooting which these lordly loaf
ers will find their regular amusement. The
land laws must go.
An' lows correspondent of n New York
.paper, who lives in the center of the hog.
producing country, unbosoms himself thus:
"And of hogs! Oh myl what a fall! As
prices have ruled since thu first of Novem
ber, we must all go to the dogs, or the poor
house, or quit the profession, and let the
hogs run violently down some steep place
and perish, as we read of;" uud adds, "If a
man sella lat bogs for less than t'J per hun
dred, he does not realize SO rents per day
for the work done in the production. Mut
ters in this line n)u.t clinnge, or the hog
business and th - in it will all go to
Tiik New York democracy seem inclined
to force Tilden upon the party ub its pres
idential candidate lor 1KB0. They propose
to elect him Coventor of New York, t.us
illmtrnting his ability to save that State to
the democracy. They deny that thu cipher
telegrams affect his standing before the
p-uplc; ami claim tliut the prevailing be
lief that he was cheated out of the presi
dency two years ago, renders him the strong
est candidate the democracy can put for
ward. Western Democrats will sou-rely
nubiieribe to this notion. Tliey have given
New York ni'-u three trials, und swallowed
considerable political dirl, only lo be beaten
in the outcome. The will insist, now,
upon looking elsewhere.
The health ollieer ol Chicago has been
recently directing Ids attention, says the
New York Bulletin, to Ihe existence of
tiichin t in pui'.i. The ivMilts wf his inves
tigation lire interesting and signillcaiit. It
was intendeil in examine 10(11) animals, but
on account of the urgency ol un early re
port the uver.igts of the llrst hundred were
taken as a sample. This gave a proportion
if S per cent of the unimals us infected.
It is worth while meniioni'ig that the hams
were in all ivws apparently free from the
disense, un J that tins tenderloin is the most
ail's'U-d purl. Some lug contained thirty
live to the cubit- inch. A a coinl'oi t to the
lowrs of pork, however, it kin mid be
el, iled thiit Ihe niiimtil is deitroyed ut a
ciiiiipur.itively low temperature, so Hint no
id elf y.I follow lh.' eating of well rooked
jifiil. l'ick'.in doc not destroy the vital-
ity of the parasite, but the employment of
bulphnroua :u id in the lime kill. it at only
a small additional expense. The ticid Is
easily removed attrr thu pickling proce.vi.
Somh of the total abstluence people iu
Connecticut are letting their zeal run away
with them. In Norwich, the other day,
two children swallowed poison thut had
been carelessly left within their reach.
Bra.idy wns atonco procured from one of
the drug stores, nnd their lives were saved.
But in letting the pnrentB have the brandy
the druggist committed u technical viola
tion of the law, und, incrediblo us it seems,
the zealots actually threaten to prosecute
him. Of n piece with this folly is the em
ployment of unscrupulous detectives to
work up cases against tho liquor Heller. In
a recent trial at New Haven the fact was
brought out that one ot these rascals ob
tained the liquor by pretending thut he
wanted it for a sick wife, and two of them
induced a fanner to buy the liquor by
promising to help hint sell the butter lie
had brought into town. So disgusted was
the presiding judge, himself a staunch tem
perance man, that he let the liquor aoller
go, nnd denounced the tricks by which
they had been entrapped as '-mean and
OovKitNOit Ct;i,i,oM has refused to honor
the requisition of the Governor of 1'ennsyl
vania for the bodies of Messrs. Gnlh'gan and
Merrick. The Springfield Monitor praises
the Governor on the score of his refusal, nnd
claims that the right thinking people of the
state will honor him for it. Governor C'ul
lom is said to be a cautious official who
docsnothing under momentary impulse; but
first satisfies himself that he is right, then
goes ahead. The IVnnsylvania requisition,
like thousands ol others, no doubt,
seems to have been obtained
by an ollieer of lite law whose object was
not so much to siilxerve the ends of justice
ns to place a reward of a few hundred dol
lars in his own pocket. The Monitor in
timates that this was manifestly the para
mount object, and that the Governor of
l'ennsylvania, innocently or ignorantly lend
ing his official warrant to the proceeding,
had failed even to state for what purpose
the alleged culprits were wanted. They
might have committed a murder, a robbery
or a burglary; but the Governor of Illinois
being furnished no proof of their guilt,
could inter or presume nothing, and wus
compelled, therefore, to spoil the eager con
stable's prospect for pocketing the reward,
by relusing to issue his warrant under the
requisition. Governor Palmer was one of
the attorneys for thu accused, and raised
new question under the intor-state extra
dition laws that will scarcely fuil to excite
attention,' What these questions are the
Monitor fails to state; but if their consider
ation w ill put an end to the "looseness"
that characterizes the issuance of requis
itions, the aims of justice will not be foiled
thereby; but the doors will be more effec
tually closed against the too frequent
schemes of bad men, who with eyes
gloating on "fat rewards," hold the liberty
and fair name of tho citizen us of uo mo
THE WORK OF A QUAUTEK OF A
The Jonesboro Gazette has gathered in,
through its local correspondents, the ' busi
ness statistics of the leading towns nf Union
county, for thn year 1S78. Although the
statistics are. not complete, they furnish,
nevertheless, a very fair indication of the
extent of the fruit business, w Inch is one of
the leading interests of the county.
There were shipped from Cobden, during
the year, 10,5!)5.0i)0 pounds of freight; the
freight received amounting to 5,427,000
pounds. Among the freight shipped were
050 barrels of apples; 2,011 boxes of pears;
7,805 boxes of peaches; 7,1 S3 boxes of ap
ples; 175 cases of cherries; 102 eases und
2,800 bushels of strawberries, nnd :12,1!H)
pounds of dried fruit. The apple crop was
a comparative failure. The money returned
for fruit, flour, etc., ahipped, amounted to
From Alto Pass there were shipped of
strawberries, 2,051 twenty-four quart boxe;
raspberries, 1.S71 mites; apples fl,30rt
boxes; peaches, 14,10(1 boxes; pears, 2,08.')
boxes; tomatoes, 4,(11111 boxes ; !),72ll bushels
of grain, and 1 15,801 pound of miscella
neous freight. The amount of money re
turned is not stated, but It is safe to put it
down at not less than $100,000.
Among the shipments from Makanda
were, 1U,2!)II cases of strawberries, early
tipples 11.01)4 boxes, peaches 1)1,080 boxes.
Amount of money received $03,001).
The station agent at Anna reported,
among other shipment, the following:
Of peachca 2uN,::)0 lbs., of berries 225,800
lbs., apple II22.KIO lbs., potatoes ;!04,510.
onions 178,510. The total shipment of
fruits and vegetables, amounted to 1,571),
610 lbs. Dressed beef furnished to the
Anna Insane asylum, l.')0,:t7t lb.
Doiigoln shipped 112 car loads of flour,
50 cur loads of lumber, 24 rsr toads of
sweet ota toes, and of miscellaneous freight
CAIRO BULLETIN TUESDAY MORNING, DKCK.MBKIi HI. 1878.
Mill-Creek station hhlppeil 250 c: loads
of lumber, 200 car loads of railroil ties,
50 car load. of wheat, 50 of llour'nd 50
cur load of staves.
Villa Bidge, Pulaski comity, dipped
!,4:J(i .trutcs of strawberries, U,7Ut! Uxca of
peaches, 3,!I0: boxes of pears, 4,14$boxca
and barrels of apple", 1,'1'iO Imskl of
grapes, 4,88 boxes wax beans, DS'JIkixm
pears, besides quite a n spectable shwnont
of onions, Irish and sweet potutoii, to
matoes, etc. From these figures it reins'!
that, as a fruit nnd berry shipping fint,
Villa Bidge is but little behind thoinost
important station. on the Illinois Cotrul,
The business hidicuted by Aie igures
given, is exclusive of shipments uf grain;
yet to the resident of twenty-!v years
standing they show n progress in agricul
tural pursuits that is wonderful, mice the
result itself is the work of that' interval.
Twentv-flvo vears ago tin re were not two
ucres of strawberries in Soi;theri. Illinois.
The towns named were not in qxistctice.
Orchards were planted with a vi w only fo
home supplies; nothing was knwi of the
grafting process, and as everything rise
wnt subordinated to the gmwtho feoru, the
finer kinds of fruit were not grown! Iti a
moral, social and educational point of view,
the condition of tin; country was but little
better. As a rule tho people were poor and
satisfied with their primitive surroundings,
the most thrifty nnd intelligent among them
failing to foresee the cliiuge the future
would work in the material aid intellectual
pect of the country. But thq change hus
been wrought. The rich soil of our vallies
and highlands yielded abundantly to the
touch of intelligently applied uidu.itry; the
forests gave room for farms ;s-'hool houses
und churches multiplied, nnd Egypt came
rapidly up out of her bondage 4' hard work
undirected by brains out of her era of leg
cabins and corn fields, to frame bams and
fruit farms. The change is a great one ; hut
great as it is, nothing is hazarded in the
prediction that the change to he produced
during the quarter of a century coming, w ill
be equally great and equally wonderful.
I.IVKK is Kino. The liver i.sthe imperial
organ of the whole human system, as it
controls the life, health and I nppiness ot
man. When it is disturbed ii: its proper
action, all kinds of ailments art the natural
result. The digestion of fooil the move
ments of the heart und blood, :he action of
the bruin and nervous system lire all imme
diately connected with the workings of the
liver. It has been successful I r proved that
Green's August Flower is uncqiiuled in cur
ing nil persons nlllictcd with dyspepsia or
liver complaint, und all the numerous symp
toms that result from an unhealthy condition
of the liver and stomach. Saninle bottle to
try, 10 cents. Positively sold in all towns
on the western continent. Three doses w ill
Drove that it is just what you want.
DitUNKiiN Stlfi'.- How many children
and women are slowly and surely dying, or
rather being killed, by cxeessjve doctoring
or the daily use of souu? drug or drunken
stuff culled medicine, that no one knows
what it is made of, who can easily be cured
nnd saved by Hop Bitters, made of Hops,
Buchu, Mandrake, Dandelion, &e., which
i so pure, simple and harmless
that the most frail woman, weakent invalid
or smallest child can trust iu them. Will
you be saved by them? See other column.
You Must Cuhk that Couijii. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can becured. while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthmu.and
nil diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take und perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can r fiord to bo with
out it. You can use two third of u bottle
and if what we say is not true wo will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 tits. BOcts.
and $1,00 p.T bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or buck lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brother.
Havb you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vituliner. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such term as
these. Price 10 cent, and 75 cunts. Sold by
Well's Persian Perfume "Ilackmetack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
CliNSl'.MITION CllllKD. An olil i!itvsiol:ui,
rutiri.'d from niitie,t, linvin luul pliicffl in
his hmiils liy un Bust Imliii missiiinnry the
formula of a simplo veictiible remedy, fur
the speedy mul ieriliniH'lit euro lor cni
Huniiliim, nroiu'liitis, ciiturrn, ustniim, mid
till tlii'imt und lun nlFi t. lions, also npoaitivu
mul ntdU-iil cure lor nervous deliility nnd nil
nervous vompluints, uftcr having tested its
wnnilerful fiiriitivo poivera in tlunisiinds nf
I'lises, hus felt il his duty to innkc it known
to his Niifli'i'inu; fellow. Attutiteil by this
motive, und 11 desire to relievu liuman sttf-
feriii),', 1 will send, fret' of cliuru;e, to nil
who desire it, this recipe, with full tlirec
tioiiK for piepui'lnj mul iisin', in (Itrintui,
French, or ICnlish. , Sent liy mail liy ud
iliessin with slump, miming t,his pnper.
V, W. Slietur, 1 111 Powers' lllock, Itoi'lics
tor, Now York.
SiitTii Amkiik a ash Shi tii Kits Uniti u j
Ktatks. Owing to the warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid Livers, Indigestion and all dis
easos arising from disordered Stomach and
Bowels. They should ot course, at all
times keep fhe liver active, and to our read
ers we would recommend Tabler's Vegeta
ble Liver Powder. Taken in time, will of
ten save money and much Buffering. Price
50 cents. Barclay Brothers, agents, ('niro,
Tin: BrcKKVK. It is a well estnlblishcd
act, t hat Tiibler's Buckeye Pile Ointment
will cure, if used according to directions,
the .Esculus Itippocastanum, or Horse
Chestnuts, commonly known as the Buck
eye, has been highly esteemed for many
year, owing to the f.ict, that it possesses
virtues, lying in the bitter principle called
Ksculin, which can be utilized for the cure of
Piles. If affected with that terrible dis-1
ease, use Buckeye Pile Ointment nnd be re- j
lievcd, Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairo, III. j
A CAIi'l). 1
To all who are sullering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay. Ions of manhood, Ac., I
will send n recipe that will cure you, FUEK
OK CIIAHGK. This great remedy was
discovered by u niiioii.try iu America.'
Send a hillf-addressed envelope to l? Rev.
Johki'II T. Imiax, Station I). Bible House,
New York City.
By Mrs. Harry Walker, Commercial ave
nue, corner Sixth street.
DAY BOARD :i.50 PER WEEK.
In connection with the Hotel is a tirt
class bar and billiard room on opposite side
of the street; ulso wholesale and retail
oyster depot. Fresh oyxtcrs received daily
and sold at the lowest market rates. Or
ders from home or abroad will receive
prompt attention. Go and see stock and
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Qukhy. AYhy will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bin's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price?
Ciikw Jackson's best Sweet Navy
70TICK OK FIN AL 8K1TI.K.MBNT.
l:sTATB OK JKsK OI.Ai.iloW. Iiti I:. -1 II
Ktlltl'ilf llllnoln. AleXtllitltTCOlllllv. n.
Notice I hereby "riven tlnit on Jlomluj'. thu UUb
dnv of .lunuiirv. A. 1). IST'.i. tin: niiili ri-ln'iii'il, ntlmln
Istrstor ofuiiil futiiti', III ini'iil to the county
court ofiuilil Alexuiiilrrrmility. lit tin-court hoin-i-lu
Cniro, 1 1 1 1 it. i -. hi n term Iherecf tlu-n to he liolilen.
his II mil report ol lil mil- aim dolni; us snlil ailmlu
iKtnilor. mill u-k llui court lo he (llncliiiri-d Ironi liny
unci nil further itutliK timl rviiiiilhillllcs connect
eil Willi pttlilt.'ntule, nnil tin- niliiiinWlriilloll lliereor.
Ht which Utile nnil phice. uch per-on n un- Inter
CHtcil limy lie imi-cnl mul rcrlrt muii application If
they choo-e u,t to ilo.
KI.JAS M. III.AM.OVY. Aitinini.lr.itor
Culro, llliuoK liecciiilio- -il-l. 1ST.
Is tisrchy kIvcii tint iMniilt having he n iiimle for
more (lint itr iluys Iu the piiyiiictit of n purtion ol
thuHinount secureil tohcpuhl by a inorliiUievci"
ruled by Max Knchtic mul Micliiiel Jitniiieler, lo
s-ilinuul Stunts Tiiylor unil Kilw In Tun-on. Tru-teei-ill'
the Culro City 'I'roncriy. dnteil Atii'imt tith. A. D.
IS'.:!, nnil n corib d In the Kecordi r' (Mlirc. in ami for
Alcxnnilcr county, In the Muii; of lllinol. In Honk
tt of IKtiI". on puu'e til. Tho undi ivli'm d. the cue
ci:Hor of wild lmi-ti--n. Kill on Sutnnl iy. the lib clny
rf January, A. !.. 1?HM at I" o'clock In the fore
noon of thut day. uuilcraiift by iriiic of the pot-r
of mil contnlni'il in villi inorti'ur. -.jll ot public
anciloii, to the highest bidder, for no-li, ut bin utile .
tnrner of V'uhiiii;toii Avenue und Kluhli-ciith
street, In haul Cltv of Culro. in Alexuniier county
mid t)i. of Illinois, all the rlL'lit. lit uud luterei-l
of mill Mux Kuchni' uud .Mb liiu l .1 un trnn-i.-r. or
their UHsiunn. in mid to lot numbered !i. oilncl In
blink numbered T'l. mrventy three). In rnilil Ctlvol
t'ulro, Kccurillna to the recorded pint thereof, with
the appiirti-minccH. to sntiffy the purpunci nnd con
dilloiii" of mi id MorlL'ncH.
Dmcd, Calrj. 111., November if'.th. IST.
S. STA ATS TAYI.OI!.
Trustee of the C ulro City I'ruperly.
COMMKIICIAL AVE. between FtKTII and
SIXTH ST.S.. CAlltO. ILL.
nOKsK SllOKINOaspeclulty. Ili piilrluu' of nil
kinds of vehlelcH doiiu neiilly III. (I (ill short uo
tlcu. ut the lowest ponnlblu vo-t,
TONY KEST.U HAN'T.
JJOTTO it FOiASiSrs
OLD DKI.MOS ICO III.' ILIMNtl, OHIO I.EVKK.
Conditrteil on the Ktirnpenu plan
Seta the finest
tutileol ntiy iioiiae in tne city.
for miiiilb or week, to n u'tilur iieople.
Coiiiicclciwiiii tliu rc.iuunuil la thu
FINJilMT UAH IN TIIK (TI'V,
Sutililicd with the Cholreat W'lnca unit Llipiora.
Ml veil Drinks a Specialty. Itelutirunt 11 ml
NiiioouOpuu at All llotira, Duy uud Muhl.
Tin1 lai'ift'st vljoli'sali' nnil reliiil Biy
(iouds and Clotlilii House iu this City;
lire recciviiiir new Gnmls dnilv 11 ml urv
iilVel-ltlo il'iwilt lllLI'ieiilnw III I In. Ill 1 iwt liiiml. I
n.... -... .... ........
srmio lines nf ('AKPFlN. OIL ( LOTUS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Chs.Ii dints, Boil
i-cftes, nnil it ftrcut ninny other new
styles of Uvt'ss (lomls. Fiitm. F.tc; in
fn ft Iu every department of their busi
ness, they corillully Invite the public
to cull ami see their HtutK.
OYsTUIS AND FlSll.
Wholcfule (Hid retail driller Iu
OYSTERS AND FISH,
Oyster in Biillv und Can, Ken Fish,
Native FMi, Celery nnd 1 ante.
I'nrlli'iitar Attention ii!il to order from ubruiiit
mill nil muii Ktiuriiutri'it wbu uhlppeil.
Decorative Paper Hauler
P A I N rV K l !
A SI'KCIAI.TV M.U1K OF
Cl:t.iiife and Kalsomiriiu.
Leave tlrilem ut Ibiri luy's or I'arkur'i llmik Hturu.
"l lt IIAKKUY."
"(j I Til I; AKE11V." "
Kighlli Street, near Commcreinl Avenue.
V. Bi:st'll, Pitoniimiii.
lluvluu' xUrted a nrst-clms Ilnkcrv. and placed a
rlr-l ctfiHH St. I.uiiU baker Iu Chirac, I am prepared
CAKES OK L'YKItY DKM UIKTION.
frmii the phhiot to the ino-t elaborute kind, milt
ii 1 1 1 lor ucdilini.'H. bulls, -ic. ; uli-o nil kinds of
llreiiil, 1'le mid l'ulr, ill the very luwot rulen.
Orilera will lie prompily tilled. A delivery nnu'on
III run dully to all piirtx of Ihe city lor the acconi-
lUOliHtioll o Clti'tollieri..
A flnlf of I tit- public's p'lIMIIII.'i- iu solicited, and
WATl'IBX JKWKI.KV. ITC.
Edwaud A. J)Udki
(Siicccfor to K. & W. Unduri,
MAS L'FA IT UK IN'ii J F. W K I. F. If.
And Dinli r. la
Wati'lii's, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. F.ighth St. and Wnshimrtoii Ave.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 1(1 F.IUHT1I STIIKBT,
Vt-tHrru (.'onimcri lul uud l i'-l it'll 111
Wi.ilutoii avcii., ( V ilHl. 111.
FINK WATCHWOKK A SI'KCIAI.TV.
t f.-Kn craving and all kind' of repai.-in;; n nt'y
All kinds of So'.ld Jewelrv made tu urder.
l KAT l AltKKT.
Siv.11 of the lluO'aio Ilnud
So so. Ohio 1
KOKIII.KIi HKOS., iToin ictois,
.H.)H A I MOLL. AKt;nt.
A full uud complete auiiply of ttni heat of ajl
kludn iiient alttuva on huiiu. Orilcra tilled lit auv
hour, day urnifbt.
NSi:iANC; AdKNCY OF
'Wells & Kkutit,
lll'l:KfNTISU tii a
(IomotI (Of Liverpool)
Ifnvil P'MI')lli'll) 1 if Monlrenl, Can.)
JlUYiM I illliltllilll Ciipllul,ti,iM(MHi(ii.old.
M ll la-tllrt I '"'r) "h'1 Murine (Mlllvllle, N.J.)
.11U1M1H j Aa.uta,gl,tiis;,ltl.
I T11 if til I (Or Philadelphia.! e-tubllahcd In WH.)
I I1UM1 ( Aai-etH, jUM.I'I'.'.IIO.
Kii'iini'in' . (ofDiiyton, 0.1.
I' lit. lllilll f, Aaaeta Jllll.I'M.la!.
(Iiii'Ol'lll (0r 1'rieporl. Ill.l.
wti lllilll t .wets kv.,s;;.n:i.
KISKS WIHTTL'.N AT PA IK IIATKh.
Ollli'c In A lotttiiili'i' (1u11ty MiiiiU,
7 ' "
A (MKAT OFFEIl FOIl
HOLI DAYS ! !
We will diirlnB the HOLIDAYS dlapi.se of J
lANOS unit OHilN.S lit K V TKAOICDI ,N Aita
i.yii iiriieiorriii.n. Kplenilld Or;'ana, -J ,Vi .-tl
(if reeila. ii.V ;l acta with Sllh Una mill I ..i.i.l,. .
'J acta 1 hi'I $111, 1 aet ,a, 7 Octiivoull KoauwoO'
I'lniioa Wt), 7 I II do 8U11, wurr.iutod for M K yi ar
Aur.NTs Wantkii. lllutriUeil Cutiilocuea Mull.-d
.V ualc ut half price. IlliitACK VVATKHS Jt S.ONM 1
Muiiuhi ttircra uud Dealers.. to Kitat llth ht. V. I
WII T KM IN KxTsT.Ww I'HVMCIAXS HAVl
I'tKVKNTATIVK OK M.M.AIiM.-Cnlllen'a .el)iUJ
r. Irael ol lln f iii.it Toi.lc. Iiiili.ptiir l a ...... I
nrinunii! urtti l ol Cu t, mul pm ili nlurly uacfi,
m lien tunica are tniilreil, lieinir toleruted w !.
otlierfonna of niiliniil loud are rcjei-ti-il. In l)i,
therlu, Akuu. Miilurlul Kever, Tvphold Kever, nu.1
every deprcaaini' illn-iiM-. Ita nu- mill l,n nii. ii.l,
Willi ervat ailviiiitaun. We have wreacrlbed It wltl
cjiii'llcut aucreaa: J. J, l.calle, W. II. ;ti. II. Copp
u., b. 11. i-rnsona, M. . A. Viiuuhn, M. 'i
tlrs. b. I.. iilidJ. t'. Mdelel; Win. I'nrter M ll
and many other. Sold by all Dntj-L'lata uud (irt
hJ MuHIicw Hale's New Bonk. 1
l.WI pniinliieiit piirioiia- men mul vrnmen ai
alyzed. Sreel portnilta ol A. T. C'l' L1 f ri
Vasiikiiuilt. ItKSNaTT. etc.? M 1V1
The Bi-iifiitlun of ibe aeuaon. Now la the limn foi
A(il,VIt" '"'''"r" '""'"ry. Aildnaa foi:
IV.' 1 11 ' " a;eticy ciri'ulara and tennu. I
AmcrUiiu l'lilill-lnii C'o. Us Uumlolph ht., Chlcai
1 1 1 U. Falling Sickness
I'OSI I IVKI.Y 1 IIKI). the unratcaaeaof the Ion..
eat atanillnir, by Hainc lilt. IIKIIIIAltll'H ( Ciifj
111 Miti . - ir has 1 nr.n tiiix
KANDS. W ILL fllVK SI.iiiO Vl.U A CASH I
WILL SOT I1KSEKIT. A sample bottle free tl
ail iinin-aaiua .1. K. DlllliI.KK, I'tunilM, Ottli
l,8A ItroaiUuy, New York.
Awar.l.-I Ai.,Al (,Wja at (VrlM.alil Kaaln fuf I
itfUr nf rvf oh4 Jlmiiri-. Tin Dll Vlbtim
jvr oifcla. An uur hl atrip n.) - mark it elol
liallaml nu lnfertnr rxt. tlv J Ht it
on ajirjl plu. ttnl by all -. r-n-l fw avacM
int. lo C. A. -icaioa A Co.. Mfrr. ritnbargi
Sl'tllO profltaon-Jilrl'iva' Inveatment of C I il V
QI)WW In Veti-rii I nlon. November. Ol'fl
rroortlonsl rcturtis every vve.-k oa Mock oiitloiu o 1
J". -i. Jli"'.
Ofilrlal lieporta a lid Clrcutara. Kre. Addna,
T. KoTTtH H ii.HTit 0 . Hunker. 4.1 Wail bl.. .(. Y
A OK NTS WANTKD.-Kor the be.t and faster 1
a.lllnit I'lctorliil Hooka and lllbb-a. I'rlc-a f
duci d .Ct n r cei.l. Aildreaa Sal. 1'ub. Co., blU;ul
A'TA HAY' to A'enta rainnamnu lor the KiKKaru
Alninill. Ii rma and oulilt free. Addn-aa, I'
' O. VICKKItY. AiiKti.ta. Milne.
O'.KAM'Y CAKDS. ltli ns-n.'. inc., pl .ln or g,M
-''Aijeiita outllt, HK-. I jn atylca. Hull Jt Co
lludaiin, N t.
' MWed card.. Snoallake. Duniaak. Ac. Nt
f" alike, ith iiamc, Inc. J. Mlnkler A lo .,
.SH--HII, .s i.
Ill MIXKII CAI:lis,liri patne. Ii) centa. Ak'enfrl
'" Olltllt lljcla. 1,. Jolica A Co., 'aall, N. Y. I
TO AUVKItTILKIt.s Send for our Select I.lm
Local ewapan-r". Se"t free on application. Ai!
Iri aa .EO. V. HOW KLI.&I 'O., in .spruce St ,N. V
If tun an au ferine fru ir
lioor health, or lanirttiah
take cheer, for
will .'11 i-t you.
if yon feel weak an
. V k aiiulmi m I. v
iiii; on a bed of ickneari
Ifyou are alinply alllni;
di-plrln U, witbobt rb ar
11I imtlTM Will
If you are a nilulater
sell lth your paatoria.
out Ith curt; and work.
lll.) llit I'M Will
If oil are a man of bu
atrulu of your everyday
ler. tol'illli! Oter yoll'l
Hop Hit ti-iH -will
If ton are tonne, aiet
n tl,, 11. or an- urott lo.
1 If M Hit t-r will
If ti.u are in the work
ii k. ant k here, and !-.
1 -I.- iii-inif. touli.K or stun
I I I llitti'l'M i
If vim are old, and you.
II. TV. llliatcud) ,ULd V'HIl
II.. I' Mittfl-M Will
Ir- llofCOl'l.a Hill
IiN-vivt" ytjii. "
ind have overtaxed yoy 1
liillea. or a mollu r aorn
meaa, ttiakenrd by th
lutlea; or a man of let
Stifiijjl Jnii you.
nfferlte from n InJIa
fa-t. aa In oro-u in..- c.
-In, p. un the farm, at thn
'hat jour ataicni n-el
.....ll.... l.l...... 1
V" lint yon rs'i-o.1
;iulae la feehle. jou
:ivi'yu new litiJi
N1) PAIN IIKI.liiir
in a mint.'
' .1 ..ruit ..-i. n i......i- ....1 .......1.1
ni, hi . 1, i; r.ai tt aaiunirinii aireet, tnn aco, 10.
.... ..... ... nu ,i,i,n. , , iii.j.ii nun ..n mi 11 1-. nrm
M.Mistt. vr.Aksraa. NKiivma tiKnii.trr and uomQ
nami'hhi. ti.'riuanently cured Ilr. tl. la a rhduatel
nf th.- U, Turin Si IiouI. and uaea no nn-rcurt ; haa Uii-1
1 .1 r t; " . I prut ire iu the Lulled State. I. Mint re I
...,!..... ..1.1. 1 .1 .......I ..... a .
iiiiiiii ti . ni 111. in. wiiii iitiuic aim iioaiii. tan nr
n 1 in-, r.tei t roiivi-uiciici- lor p llli'llia, .-i-nii niif
li'llta fur M VliKIAl.K (il'IDKlTS HSI llluatnilal
eil. .M irrii.'d luillea and k'eiillemeu ai uil t.llr ctnUil
loraiiuiple of rubber u'ouila and rirciilur of ltDport ll
auv inioriiiiiioii nv epreaa. i. oriauiTatioii ireandl
culilldciitliil . Itellablu l etnule 1'illa $.'i a bin. J
men. Iiim. nl vll.illlv hreiMiilnra I.'i.i1iniik, nn..r
Hon of mind and biiily. (Ilaorib-r of thn hralu andJ
ncrvoua ayatcin. anil mletii a reaultMi'' tbercfniBi,
apeeuilv cured by IIATKS' MI'KCIKK!. I'repaivl
hy an I'mitient phytlclnn: 1 1 a ruai-, lor $'; anld by
druUL'1"!". Kur circular ttllb lull particulars, ad
dn aa DIt. IIATKS. IMS Stale ain et. Cblrairo, III.
Qil OAks''" ' I'ermnnetit aam. n want
AlZUlH ,"''11 SlanletlooilatDilvnlera. No
y-a-a-vv ....j,,!!,,,. i;x).nN. puiU. Atlilma.
S. A. CHANT Si CO., 3, 4, (1 A H Home St., tin
rl: nail, Oil l.
tVlOLD I'l.ATKI) ATCIIHS. Cheapeat Iu
(VjIIim world. Sample Watch Kree to Aeiiia. Ad
5 iln.aa. A. IMH I.TKIt CO . C,( airo. Ilia
A I) I I TH AN, -MOltl'ltINK IIAlUT l'7tJ!I
J XUJlThe OrlL'ltial and (inly abaolaUi
('lire Siiid atamp tor bonk (in
opium Kullnn, to W. II. Hnuire, Worihlntnjii,
Obtained for new Invi nllo.ia. or for ItnprovemrtiU
mi old ones; lor medical or other conipouuila, traiti 1
mnrka und labcla. Caveuta, Aaali'timenla, Inter-1
fereueea, Appe'ila. Sulla for Inrtlniremeiita, and
nil caat a arlnnn under the Patent l.nwa, pn,ii)t
Iv ulleinlnl lo. Invenllona that hate beeii
1 Ii1 I VI y'VV I ,,v ""' i'nleiil Olllru may atlll,
Illi'iriVl 1 i 1 ' In moKt eiisi'K, be tiateiiled b
11a, Helm (ippo.llii Ihe l . H. Puteiil lb. j'urlinctit,
nnd eti(!iii!eil In Pntelit blialneaa i'xcltialii., Wl. ran
niiike eloaer sciiis hea, and aeciire Pulenta morn
proinpllv, and with broader claims, than lhoa nhu
ure r de from WiishliiKtoii.
ll Jil 1 your device,- we make ri-
aiiilittilloiia and advlae a tn pnteiitiiblllly. free f
cliurite. All lorreaponiienee atrtCIiy COIUIllelltial .
Prlcea low, and no 1 liurt'e lltileaa Puleiil la aertiri'd.
We refer 111 Wa.hlu'tiiti, to Hon. Puliiiutr
Iciietiil l, M, Key. Ilev. K. II. potver. The Ueruian
Amerlrail Nlilloiiiil Hunk, tonll1' lala In tlir I, . S.
Puteiil tifllce, uud loSiliatoiaaiid Iti pre.riuatln'a
In Ciniifrcaa j and eapeclullv lu our cllei.ts u every
Slate Iu lh I I1I011 and 111 Canada, Addreaa
O. A. SNOW CO..
Opnoalle Paleiil onice, Wuallluitlun, ll, c.
'PO INVKNTOIIS AM) MK( HANICH. "
PATKNTS nnd turn to ubluln them. Painpb-t nf
iai iini a iree. iiiiuii reci'ipi 01 rtiiiiutta tor Itoatain
AildMM OII.M0UK.S.MIVII ('!).,
Cullcllnia of Puteuta.llot .11.,
Waaliltitoti, D C.