Newspaper Page Text
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, J AjNUARY 1, 1879.
' f' :
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
Oaiwii liullrtln Jtullclluu', Wihln;ruji Avcuuu
Iltlir (delivered bv crricrsi ncr week
Hy mall (In advance", iuu year lO.im
hit months f u
TUrau nvmlhu VJ
Ita month .' LOO
' Hy rall (In ndvancc), out year $2 00
Six oiuttths M
To club of ten find over (pi r ropy) l-.V
l'otUih't iu till vast prepaid.
, Advertising Utito:
Pint Insertion, per wjuaru Jl.Ofl
nunseqneni insertions, f.er square...-.
'or one w.M-k, per siiuuru
Kor two weeks, per squaru
for tbn: wccki, per k pure.
. 'orono mouth, per squuro
khch additional square
Mint Insertion, prr nwro
Klein liuo of MolUt uoniiarell constitute a suture
Displayed advertisements will be cli!iriid accord
lr.2 to Ib'u space occupied, at above ruti-a there be
ill' twelve 1 ik or solid I Vlif- tn Ihu urn.
1 .r.,l,i iilviy tlkiird u1 mC.i mi rniriftp IllllllCft,
a ents, iioih an to n.les of chartfe aitd inuuuer of
atspiayinz tiii-ir ravort.
Local not ic-i l -nt rcr.tt per line for first Inser
lion; ten cents per lino (or each suhbaoquctil lu-cr
CIommr.niCMions upon stihjoct of (reri'-rnl lut-rcst
to tbi! public ure ui all times acceptable ltcjct,ted
manuscript will not be returned.
Letter and commmiicitious rhoold no addressed
"Cairo JUllcf.n, Cairo. 111111101."
'ily .Moniitiif Daily in Southern Illinois
Jirgitut Circulation ol uny JJaily in
OFFICIAL PAI'EK OV ALEXANDER COUNTY,
M.JJ. Ilarrcll, Kditov.
IllM.ANO hdS just got to tllC Ctld of U
Jarndvc.e and JarnJyco case, arising out of
tho gamo plnyed by a clever knave, wliosn
iver-rtnli:nK nmbition brought him to
rdicidc John Sadlicr, from whom Charles
Lever drew his character of Davenport
Dunn with a weak, vicious fool, Lord
Kingston who owned the magnificent dn
mesne and property of Mitchelntown, Coun.
ly . uirK. it tooK thirty years
to unravel the webb which the wicked
legal spider had spun. One counsel upoke
for nine consecutive months, and the agent
if the estate was examined four years and
a half. Tho Tichbnrnc case was A joke to
this. Micholetown Castle and estates have
now passed into the hands of fctrangers.
OvKP.Toswasoneol tho most disreputable
men in Elizabeth town, Ky. It was a com
moa thing for him to whip those whooffen.
' vd him, and lie prided himsslf on keeping
nil hiapromUas of revenge. Craig was quit::
Inoffensive man. but he somehow offended
Overton who said. "I-will kill him, jus-t as
Dure us I live." Overton repeated this threat
publicly, and Craig was informed of it.
Craig fully believed that it was made in
earnest, and resolved to effectually protect
himself by killing Overton. Ilo armed
himself with a gun and a knife, sought out
the desperado, shot him through tho heart
and cut his throat. "There is general feel
ing of relief at Overton's death," thu locul
newspapers Buys, and Craig has not been
Tub enemies of senator Ingalls, of Kan
ns seom to have "got a point" on him now
They published a letter of the senators in
which the poitmastor of itansiis City is
threatened with removal unless he pays over
"according to contract" fifty dollars a
month to a mutual friend named in the
letter. Tho senator insisted also, that cer
tain sums of the kind which tho postmaster
had neglected to pay over to the friend,
should also be paid. Office holding in
Kansas, with Ingalls as senator, must bo
at once a costly and a perilous business.
What a revenue tho senator and his friends
must have if they bleed at this rat i all tho
numberless federal officials that the radical
party inflicts upon the state. Senator In
galls will find it hard to explain nwny this
letter, and those who now have it tay they
have others of similar character.
TIIE TUA.DE WITH KOUTII AMERICA.
Undoubtedly railroad and steamboat aid
jrranls, and many other dispositions made
by Cojwrcss of the people's money, are
outbid of (xtrfss HUthorization in our
constitution. Tha ideal constitutional
party wV grant us subsidies, but it is
-doubtful hUt;u u lmrfy cou(1 ow con.
trol a aingfc bUtc, or would have done so
tor many year pt, ,r could do so for
many years to come. Inside und outside
of parties, the peopW wa como to believe
In. what may be calk,! practical politics.
The western farmer, the southern planter I
'.. the eastern manufacturer, demand markets
";' for what thoy have to sell. The filing
is strong, that while the governments of
other countries aid by subsidies the lin,.8
, if Bteainships which carry the products of
those countries ours should do tho mine.
Except the KuKsian government, ours has
done moro than any other to establish rail
road Unci for iuternal communication. Ex
cpt tho Kuksian government is has done
leas than any other civii.Vd one Vo assist
It appears now that we, who are nearer
than the French or Euglish to the limitless
. markets of South Am .-riai, are kept by the
morchauts of those countries from enjoying
the benefits of South American trade. The
manner in which thU is done is briefly this.
Th French and English governments pay
ubaldie to I'ues of steamers running from
their own to South American ports,
sufficient in amount to enable their mer
chants to undersell us in those porta not
withstanding our geographical advantage.
It is popularly believed that thu English
steamers running to South American ports
stop at New York on their passages to and
from England. Theydonot. They bring car
goes from South America to New Yolk,
but tho cargoes to South America are takeu
from English ports. Pending the sessions
of Congress indeed, when there seems to bo
danger of aid to an American line, the
British lino run Binall steamers to New
York and from New York to South
American ports, but withdraws them when
Congress adjourns. All this is preliminary
to tho statement, that upon the return of
Congress next week, there will be an effort
niadu to secure aid for tho lino of steamers
now running at a loss, from New York, and
likely to be taken off, and for a line from
New Orleans to such South American ports
us offer markets tor our products.
Wc mention tho matter thus at length
because it is something that seems to be of
importance to every section of the country,
and therefore to deserve consideration and
discussion, that congress may be so influ
enced as to legislate according to the w ishes
and for the interests of the people. It may
be added that several of the South Ameri
can states are pledged to give for this pur
pose, as large amounts ns the United States
"In glancing at the facts and arguments
proving that the commercial prosperity of
tne United States has taken a new point of
departure," says the London Iron, "it is in
teresting to note the importance still at
tached by American econonii.-.ts to the pre
ponderance of exports over imports, and
the Strang,) doctrine evolved from it. From
the year ISC J to the year 187U the net im
ports into the United States largely exceed
ed the exports the excess ranging from
$39,000,000 to $183,000,000 annually. Dur
ing the year 1874 and 1873 the exports and
imports were nbout equal ; but during the
years ending June 30, 1870-7-8 the domestic
exports from tho United States greatly ex
ceeded tho net imports. The conclusions
drawn from this statement is not that dur
ing ten years of growing prosperity Ameri
ca bought largely of foreign goods out of
her superfluous wealth, and that iu hard
times sho naturally ceased to purchase in
like proportion; but that during tho period
of depression tho so-called 'balancs of
trade' turned in her favor. It is almost
needless to point out that thu only subject
for congratulation is the increase of the ex
port trade, and thut the proportion of it to
imports kuown as the 'balances of trade,' is
almost as worn out a fallacy us tho 'balance
of power.' "
REFLECTIONS NOT INAPPROPRI
ATE TO THE OCCASION.
It has been thought that ull tho "Jam-
phoolishness" involved in tho speculations
concerning the speedy destruction of tho
world, had been relegated to the Millerites;
but such is not the case, by any means.
Men whom the wisest of us would scarcely
dare to call crack-brains or fools, have ar
gued themselves into the conviction thut
tho days of this mundane sphere of ours
are certainly numbered. These men read
the earth's destiny in the movements and
appearances of the sun and the planets of
tho solar system. The changing spots on
tho sun have been watched with breathless
concern; the weather changes have been in
accordance with predictions, until the pres
ent "cold snap" obtruded itself; and the
motions of Mercury and Mars are not such
as should distinguish such staid and regu
lar old bodies as they have hitherto
lown themselves. Tho whole machinery
of tho solar system, any these wisu
men, is entirely out ot order, ' nr.d
the direst consequences aro likely to ensue,
unless it rights itself. Mars or Mercury
may fly out of its orbit, and collide- with
the earth, smash us, or so disturb the laws
of attraction and resistance as to precipi
tate us against the sun and to inevitable
destruction. These aru fearful prognosti
cations, and as their fulfillment may bo one
of tho events of the next thousand years, it
stands us in hand, on the threshold of 1871),
to put our houso in order for the crash or
Do you chew tobacco? Quit it, If you
should, during tho terrible hubbub of a
collision, be thrown among thu respectable
people of Mara or Mercury, with a great
cud of tobacco in your mouth, und a six
days' supply in your pocket, you'd disgrace
the American people.
boyoudriukl If so, quit the debusing
habit, it doesn't matter whether tho world
comes to an end or jogs along as formerly,
there's nothing lost by keeping sober.
Do you smoke! If quit that tm.
The mere possibility of bt-ing tossed into
tho polite circles of Mercury, with a to
baeeo pipe in your mnuth, should admon
ish you to quit at once. It Is a most
obnoxious habit, and would not be tol
erated in any other world in thn universe
except this, nnd, possibly the moon.
Do you gamble? Quit that too. If y()U
don't, it will not requlro a collision of
worlds the natural processes ot nature will
8pn hustlo you off to a region where the
mercury in tho thermometer runs so high
that tho figures are read irom tho tops of
tall ladders. We'd givo tho region a name
but for our unwillingness to sandwich one
modest little vowel between three great
Aro you a hypocrite and back-biter?
If so, effect a speedy self-reformation. In
no other world with which wo aro ac
quainted aro such creatures tolerated. If
you should happen, when tho big jolt
comes, to loose your hold, und drop 'down
in the midst of a Methodist camp-meeting
crowd on the planet Mars, they'd hari-kari
you, on tho spot.
Do yon steal ) Do you appropriate your
employer's change? Do you take weekly
carriage drives, enjoy Saturday night oyster
and wine suppers, make costly holiday pre
si'Uts, all from a salary of six hundred dol
lars? In anticipation of a shower of such
young Americans ns you are, tho police of
both Mars and Mercury, who have a sus
picion of thu foretold collision, are already
organizing. As fast as you alight they'll
string you up to lamp-posts.
Arc you in arrears with Tuii Bi.uctin;
or do you obtain a surreptitious reading of
its well filled columns? Ask the prayers of
all the churches; make restitution before the
sun goes down I You'd be a rara avis
innong the decent people of neighboring
planets; and na uncomfortable as social os
tracism could render you.
Are you but enough. If your inner
monitor admonishes you that you arc not
"all right," there can be no better time than
this New Year's day to adopt a Reform
Platform, and to swear that it shall, as fur
as it extends, be your rule of action in the
future. Let some better motive than a f ir
of a crash of worlds, or the fulilllment of
Mi'lcritish predictions, or future happea
ings of any kind form the -impetus to
your good resolves. Do right for Rights'
sake. You will find it self-compensating.
Good conduct is self-operative. It works
out its rewards as fast as they aro earned
"pays its own way," and is perfectly inde
pendent of either the futuro or the past.
There is no man so void of fear, so perfectly
independent, in his contemplation of either
the future or the past, as the man who can
say as Lincoln said, thut, ns he had been
enabled to see his duty he had religiously
Livkh is Kino. The liver is the imperial
organ of the wholo human system, as it
controls the life, health and happiness of
man. When it is disturbed in its proper
action, all kinds of uilments are the natural
result. The digestion of food, tho move
ments of the heart and blood, the action of
tho brain and nervous system arc all imnie
diately connected with the workings of the
liver. It bus been successfully proved that
Green's August Flower is unequaled in cur
ing all persons r.fllicted with dyspepsia or
liver complaint, and all the numerous symp
toms that result from an unhealthy condition
of the liver and stomach. Sample bottle to
try, 10 cents. Positively sold in all towns
on the western continent. Three doses will
prove that it is just what you want.
CoNst.'MrrioN Cmikd. 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, oronclntis, calami, astnma, and
all throat and lung affections, also a positive
and radical euro for nervous debility nnd all
nervous complaints, after having tested fls
wonderful curative powers in thousands of
cases, lias felt it his duty to make it known
to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive, and a desVi to relieve human suf
fering, I will .ul, free of charge, to ull
who desire it, this recipe, with full direc
tions for preparing nnd using, in German,
French, or English. Sent by mail by ad
dressing with stamp, naming this paper.
W. W. Sheiur, 14U Powers' Block, Roches
ter, New York.
South Amkkica and Soi'tiikrk United
S'Iatks. Owing to (he warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow' sallow
from torpid Livers, Indigestion and ull dis-
oasos arising from disordered Stomach and
Bowels. They should ot course, at all
times keep fhe liver uctive, anil to our rend
ers wo would recommend Tabler's Vegeta
ble Liver Powder. Taken in time, will of
ten save money and much suffering. Price
CO cents. Barclay Brothers, ageuts, Cairo,
Tnr: DecUEYK. It is a well established
act, t hat Tabler's Buckeyo Pilo Ointment
will cure, if used according to directions,'
tho Alseulus HipiHicastanum, or Ilorsu
ChestuuU, commonly known as tho Buck
eye, has been highly esteemed for many
years, owing to tho fact, thut it possesses
virtues, lying in tho bitter principle called
Esculiu, which can be utilized for tho cure of
Piles. If affected with that terriblo dis
ease, use Buckeyo Pile Ointment and bo re
lieved. Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairo, III.
How TO Gkt Sick. Expose yourself day
Midnight; eat too much without exercise;
work too hard without rest; doctor all the
time; take all tho vilo nostrums advertised,
and then you wiil want to know '
HOW TO URT WKI.li,
Which is unswered in three words Take
Hop Bitters 1 See other column.
Of Ten Years Duration. The Discharges
Thick, Woody, and of Foul Odor.
Senses of Smell and Taste Wholly
(ioiie. Entirely Cured by
SANFOUD'S RADICAL CURE
Mokurs. Wbrm 4 TtrrrKn: Oentlcmun-l feet
roiiipi.'lled to ni-liiiowleilne to you the Kreut ben-tit
SanidhI) a lUiucAi. t'l.HK Inm been to inn. Kor
many years 1 huo been ulllii-.l.'d with thiH lontli
Koine diHcanf , unci uhjii-cIuII y in tho w inter time, b:m
It been most Meveie. The dUrlinrfro him been thick
uurt Moody, rmlttinj; a foul odor to bad thut my
prewnco iu a room with others w very olleiiflvc to
thei'.i. One week after coininvnring Hie un of San
roan a Radical Clue I wan uot troubled with I: i,t
all. My Meuaeii of tiiulu und nmll, which were
wholly eone, liiivn now I'ttllv rut irned, and my kui
eral health Is much liuprovi d. Your,
iitLUUlltNK II. FlJItn,
shiirt liiui'l Writer.
Ur.Afo ll.u-ws, JIlcIi., Nov. 8, l:M.
ORNTLtcxKs: Tim paeitnije of SAsror.n'a Cl io:
arrived iwtn to night ull rlj;ht. I don't know what
I clioukl hnvti dmiu if it lin I not h en fi r thin reme
dy. I have tried Nuciil lourhe und nven-tlilu
cm.1, and. although I have been alil to i-top the of
feiiaivo rilHclmrjje, I have not been nblelo recover
my acnavH of tune and Hinell until I tried SanimkhV
t'l.'RH. You can refer any tine you clum-ii to im-.
and 1 will clieerlullv Inform theill'lu il. t.til to the
kuclli tin; remedy nun been to tne. Your,
MKi.uontM-: ii. ronrj.
CitANii Kahus, Mich., Nov. l. 1SJ6.
SAN FORD'S RADICAL CURE
nt only promptly arreula thn corroillnsdlMcli:ir;:fs
Iu Catarrh, but, by sympathetic tictlou.lt rextureii
to Hound health all the- oraua of the bend that have
become allcctu-d bv it. and exhibit anv of thu lulkiu .
Defective Ey-slght, Ii.flamcd and Mattery Eye,
l'alnful uuil Watery Eyca, Loeg of Hearing
Earaelir,N'enralala of tho Eur, Discharges from
Ear, Klnzlns Nol-es in the Head, Dizziness,
Nervous Headache, l'uias in the TpuiuIcs, Loss
of the Senses of Taste and Smell Elongation ot
the Uvula, Inllammati jn of the Tonsils, I'atrld
Sore Throat, Tickling or Hacking Coiifih, Bron
chitis, and Weeding of the Langs.
Each package of Sunford'n Kudloal Cure con'aliiB
Dr. Naulbrds Improved luhnlius Tube, and full
dircjctioiiH for its uhc in all ca-n. Price due Dollar.
Kor nale by ull wholemle and retail dnn.'xWtH und
dealer throughout th L' tilted Stiit'-it uudCamtdii.
WKKKS ic l'UTTKH, Ue-ieral Amenta uud Whole
sale DrujjUtK, DoHtott, Mii".
A N Eleetro-tialvanlc Buttery, combined with a
highly Mfiiicuted l'Ustcr, forming the p-undent
curative agent iu the world of medicine, and utterly
aurpusslnn " other plaster heretoforo iu noe.
They accompllHh more in one wutk than the old
plBBterit in a wholo year. They do not palliate; they
ltelleve AA'ectlona of tho Ohet.
Helievo AtlV-rtliina of the I.ung.
liclieve Afi'oellona of the llrart.
Kclicve AtlW-tiona of the Liver.
Helieve Affections of the Spleen.
Helleve Affections of the Kidneys.
ltelleve Affections of the Spine.
liclieve. Affections of ihit Nervea.
ltelleve Affections of thu .MukcIch.
ltelleve Affections of the Joint.
l.'eliuve Affections of the lionet.
liellevu Affections of the Sinews
No matter what mav be. the extent of your snfl'er
lni. try one of these I'laetora. ltelief i lni.tam.ini
oils, a fact supported by hundreds of tetinioiilals In
our possession. Hear In mind that the most tin
porlant discoveries iu phiii niucy dale hai k less than
ten years, uud that combinations .of iuins and es
sences of plants and shrubs aru herein united with
Kleclrlcity tu form a cui-ativu I'lusn-r, in soothing,
healing, and sirciietbcnluu properties, at far supe
rior to ull oilier l'lasti-rs heretofore In use as the
scientific phyak-luu In to the horse leech.
Uncareful to call for Collin's Voltaic Plaster 1-M
von get somii worthless iuiilulion. Sold by nil
Wholesale und Itetiiil Druggists thronelioiil th
l ulled States undCitnailas. and by KhhS i l'UT
TKH. froorietors. ISoston .Mass.
gOTTO & FOGASSPS
TONY RESTAURANT !
OLD MLMOXK'O BUILDING, OHIO LKVEE,
Conduced ou the European plan. Sets the fin-n
tubh ot any house in the city. Special rates
for mouth or week, to regular people.
Conuecte iwith the restaurant Is the
flNKST UAH IN TIIK CITY,
Suppll d with the Choicest Wines and Liquors.
Alil d Drinks n Specialty. Restaunint uud
SuoonOien ut All Hours, Day uud Ninht.
DKY GOODS. ETC.
Thelargest wholesale und retail Ury
GowLiand Clotliingr House in this City;
arc reieivinjr new Goods daily and are
offeriiif jrrcat bargains iu the most hand
some lints of CARPETS, OIL CLOTIIS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres, Lou
rettrs, and a great many other new
styles of Dress Goods, Fans, Etc.: in
fact in every department of their busi
ness, thoy cordially invite the public
to call and see their stock.
I. I'M II KR.
The Cairo Itox ami Bosket Co.
Flooring. Siding. Lath. Kto
At tho very lowest rati.
Having- a Heavy Stock of logs on llmid,
Wc arc prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
Ou the sKorteun ottro.
AHMX.IALTY made of srir.'.MIiUAT M'VIIKn,
Crock?, Ciwdy I'ackluu lioxci binvu, Ueadlngs
OYSTERS AND FIHIT.
Wholesale and retail denier In
OYSTERS AND FISH,
Oysters in Jlrilk and Can, Sen Fish,
Aatlvc Fish. Celery ami (iumc.
'"rUc'iIar attention paid to orders from abroad
guaiiiMi e,l Hhi u shipped.
Decora I ivo I'uper Hunger
P .A. .1 .N K 11 1
A SI'KCIM.TY MADR OK
( i lsizinyj and K'alsoinining,
Leave Orders nt llun iay's or Parker's Doofe Store
" H U B.VKLltY."
Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue
V. ULSCII, PiiorniKTOit.
Hnviu-; sund a first-class Dakrry. and pl.-ced a
f.ist class Ki. Louis baker la cbarp-,1 urn prepured
IU tUI It 1 p ii a
CAKES OK EVKI'.V DHst KlI'TION.
from the plainest to tin- most clubonite kinil. suit-
ahla lor wvddivira. bulls, etc.; alto all klmls of
iiiean, i-ii s aud I'astrv, at tne very Inweit rates.
Orders will be priiiniily tilled. A delivery waton
win ruu r.any ut mi iiris 01 tne city lor tne arcom
mndallon ot enstoiners.
A share of the ptiiilic'. pnttouage is solicited, amt
WATt IIr. JEWKLKY. ETC.
Edward A. Dudeii
(Successor to E. X W. Ituder),
MANl'FACTt'Iil X(i J K WELKK,
Auit Dcikrs Iu
Uratclics, Hocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eighth St. ami Washington Ave
Watcliinaker & .Feweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Uctweeu (!onitnerelal aud
FIXE WATCIIWORK A Sl'EClALTY.
fr-Engravingaiid all kinds of reialring n-. atly
eAll kluds of Solid Jewelry made to order.
Sigitof the Iiuffulo Head.
No). Ohio (
JOK A1IKLL., Aaciit.
A full nnd romplele supply of the best of sll
I.IihIh incut uhvays uu liiiiid. ilrders Hi led at ativ
hour, day or night.
NSURANCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Kerth,
rinnniiu I (f Liverpool)
iueeiis t.apimi ; .410,000.000.
INtvil C'lii'idi'in (fniumn-ii, rn.i
ill I 4l I I it llil (I Id II Cnpitul,i'i,(Kt),OWj(iold.
Rl'irkJl Amni'if'l I f Toronto, Can).
J1 1I1MI ;llll lllilj AsKirts...jSl,10S.5Wi.;0.
"Mi'Niilln I Eire and M:irlne (Mlllvllle, N.J.)
M UI 1IHJ Arsels, il,ti--',!lhV.tll.
tOIIMlH'I Clill (Assets S..ir;,:w..8i;.
Um'vii U()f I'hiladrlpbla; CHtabllshed in 1KH.)
11IIUII Assets, S ttl.lU'.UO.
Fl'l'rini'lll'vtt (Of Dayton, ().).
I 111 HliUl S Assets. JIIOetM.flC.
r.'oi'ni'lll I. (of Erecport, WX
Ul!l 111(1 11 ( Asset flW.tCr.M.
RISKS WHITTI-'.N AT 1'AIH KATKS.
ftl1c in A loauntlor County Jtimk.
-d n ul
a W O s
Is un absolute and IrreuMtable euro for
eiuieiis. Iiiteinperanci! nnd thn use of Opium, To
Imoco, Niiicollcs und HllniiUanls, reuioviuu all
taste, desire uud hnbit of using any or litem.
.- .......inn ,mi uu, i or uesire lor lliem perfectly
oillous und illsmislmi;. (ilvlnireveryoiie perfect
tml Irrleslsiable control of the sobriety of them-
seleesiiliil I1...U r. l.....i -
It prevent that nhsoliite iln'slclral and moral
prostration that IoIIohh the stidiieu hrtakiiic oil
iroin iisini; siliniilanisormircotles.
I'lldll-'e, prepaid, ,.ur J 5 )(,r,n, tj.
... ... ....... , , . jii-i.1. lempcranru ami
cliarll ibli! soeloilee s!,oulil usu It.
His hanulosa and never fiillliiR,
1101' lilTTKUS Mi'ii, CO., Sold Asi'iifn,
Tin; Hop Cough Cure
Destroys all pain, loosen,, tho conch, nuli-ls the
nerves nnd produces rest. It 0Ver lails-ln per
foriMliiKaiKTfettcuru where thcru is a wiiadow
Try It once and you will find It so
FOR SALE UY ALL DRUGGISTS.
GREAT OFFER FOR
I I O l i I .DA.YS ! ! !
V.'e will riiirltiir IheTIOMII.WS dispose of 10H
I'l AMis u-id iiKtiANs at K.X I ItAilltlU.NAIlY
I. WW prices fr ensh. .xplcndid liririins, 2 a.-j st-ui
of iveils. j,.,.-,. :) h, ts with Nub Has and Couple.- f)
' sels c.Vi. 1 sei $10, 1 set 1 15. 7 Oiiaveall llosewood
l'binos T I :t do ?1 III, warranted for M X vi srs.
AnKNTs VaTKH. IlUlstrated l alaloiues Called
Music ut'bulf price. lldifAi'E W ATliKS d SONS,
Maniifaituri-rs and Dealers. 40 Easi Mth ht. .N. V
WHAT EMINENT ST. LOUIS I'HY.MCIAXS SAY.
I'lirVKKTATlri Ol? MLARIA.-Coldeir ( lelllg's
Extriietnf It i-f hihI Tonic inviuornt'tr Is a ry
a-.-reeahle article of diet, aud pmtlculurly ust-lul
when Ionics arc requited, belnir tidcrati-d when
other lorms of animal fiHid are rejected Iu Dip.
thcria, Airuc. Malarial Kever, Typhoid Kcvt-r, and
f:V-ry .'.i-pre'liit! disea-e. its use. will b attended
Willi (rent udvut)l:". We have prescribed it with
etrelient success: J. II. Leslie, M. D ;li. II Copp,
M. l.; S. J I'rufoiis. M. D.: Ii. A. VbukIiii. M.
Dr. S. I., and .1. C Nidelel: Win. I'orter M 1).,
and many mti'.-js. fold by ull Drulsts tnil (.ru
cers. JL FOLKS.
.Matthew Hale's New Deck.
l.dii pr-imliK-nt peisons- men aud women sn-aly-il.
Sreel port rails of A. T. VJ'J' 1 ' i prjt
V'ANIlKllUll.T, Iii.smitt. etc 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 s
1'h nsiulnii of Hie sensoii. Now Is tlie lime for
AfJl'A'TS1" ecii territory. Addvss for
American 1'ublishiui; Co. 11a Kandolph St., ChlctR
1 J. J.. JO j FiiUino; Sifkr.cs.s
I'OMTIVKI.Y CULED. the worst cases of lb- tnne.
est standil-,'. by tisllic Hit. IIEIIHAKJCS rl!I:R.
"No Hl.MIU;.M IT HAS t-UKKD nililj
SANDS. Wll.l. (,IVK SI,)U0 KOK A C.K IT
Wll.l. N11T HhNF.KIT. A sample hottlcirrr t
ull tiildn-ssiti J. K. HliiDLLK, Cheuiirt, oeice
l.'IJi iiroadnay. New York. 1
wtr,.f kljknt pri-t nt Ontsnibl F.t(viiloi foe
' cno' hWi'im tn-l rzrrllmt n 4 U tinf Inr
antr m ncvfiy as 'I fjwmiua. T.ia htti uAcct
tnr nude. At oar b'l-e ttrlri i-ts mtrk h rWl
I111IIMB.I 01 li.frrtor rli m lUl J'rlcm'i M i
jn i-rerj i,,i. t'a'.i by nil !' -. H-i l for
tree, to ( A j ;ana A Co., Mfr Vcitnbmg'
S f '(U I I'ffon -.D diys' Investment of U
1 ropiirtioiiul reiiini" every week ou stock opttrs of
lifH.iul If.-pnrts and Circulars, Free. Addrrs,'
T I'ottkh Wii.fiT V Co., Dankers.VKjWall !t.Jv
c -- I t'. - i'. . f.D.
A IJKN'TS WASTKD.-Kor the best and nt.t
J .'lili.r I'lf fori ..1 lt.t..tH -...I Itll.l .
durt-d .tlptrccnt. Aiiarci-i Nat. Vuh. Co., limp,
A DA V to Aeentsc.iiivBssinirtor the imuis
isitiiu. terms ami nimlt fr. .. a.m..... i.
VK'KfltV, Augusta, Main. 1
.J' K.WCY CAIiDS. with name, 10e., plain ornld
-''A.-ents oiitiit, 10c. ljO stvlcs. Hull
lliHlsun. N. Y.
() Mixed cards, Snofiak. Damask, Ac. Ntwa
' ' .'ill With liHlm. III.- .1 H I, .11... t -
n MIKD CAIIDS. wlih name, HI cents. Affit'a
oi lilt lHcts. L. Jones A Co , Nassau, .V.
I'll AllVKItTILKKS.-Ki-nil Tni-niir K..WI t I. f
I . ii il Newiii.ipers. S.-t free on application, td
Jm -s (.Ku. V. JtOW ELL A: I'd.. Id Swuw si iv
NiMTJiKXOKKKIK. f ;,-,-; ,
bust. tal. IS7 t ii.il U'sl.l.. ........ l.i V.
""i-- "' t-asi was Ii in e.t on street, (irnwor
I , i ::re i.l ..It Mr,.,.,.. ,.l.,....l I -: .
I . viii. 'ill,, iiiiii p,ii-eim UlSt-lM,
m:ni:.ai. wKAk.NKs. Miivms nciiiuTY and hrr
lAMiiHin, iieriiiaiii-iiiiy cured. Dr. O. is a ftradlta
.-'ii" 1-n.11. rui. .1110 uses no mercury; lnnvisi
nr'i'.l nr.u-ll,,.. Ii. il... I'.,ii...l t .
- ......... , 1 mi. unties. J.A1IIIIO-
iiiiimiil' li.-nliiieiit, with hmne nml l.nnrd mil..
-' 1'iiie-iiis. r-enu iy
cents for MAlJKIAUK lil'IDK! -.'.") pai;.-s illusst-
unto l.'v.tr,. ......u.t..lj r... i...... u .
' 'i. .'lillllio ill! Ilf'ei II Mil III ItMIII-II Hflllt IilIM t'fmm
.....r, ... '..i nr. uini ViM llltir If HllJJtl-
um iiil(rtnriil(jti I'Xj.ri'Hu. Com). It nt Inn fr.'c; id
llil' k-IIIIftli. 1 if rilliti.. I.. ... .1 ..' I - . f 1 ' .
V""",M-""'" -.-ni'iin; I'l'iimir j inn 11 mX.
men, loss pi vitality, pretnatnre weitkness. oner
lion ofnilnd and body, disordi-r of tlm brain nl
ti- rvotis sistein. anil iiiImtvh ri..niii... n...n.r-..
spei'dlly cured liy IIATKS' SMX Il-'ltf. I're.nrl
y an einineti! pliysician : $.1 a case, !! for V: soldr
lrutvlts. Kjir clrntlar with full ptirtictilurs, .
I I State street. I lilctco. 111.
1 CIA ASALAUY.
rermaiieiit sa'c'inen wai
liilile (ionils to dealers
lUuul Sliiile(iooi)s to dealers.
IM'ddlillLr. I-.YtliMlses mil. I .A, title.
A. CHANT & tX).,S,4,U A S Dome St., fit
na'.l Clilo. I
V-,r.T , I L , v "'"pest I
. .XM.I.II I'l.lTl.-ll A '!' 1 1 t.-ki .11 . .
'j)KJ , in. r'iiii"i"; vtuirn i-ree to aki-ims,
oi'-ss. i, i.iii i.rr.n 4', , i'
hira-40, Ills. I
'AM) .MDItl'IIIM-: HAIItfl'MV
The (Irl'-lliiil and onlv nli.ilni
.. , ... . ... in, ii,iiii iiir tiiiiiK 111
tin In in I nt lii, i i i w ii u ii i... '
..Hi'., U.....I u... r.. I I. ..J
' - -.". " "ywuu, i oiiiiiiiiuizn
titeene.l utility, lin H
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvement
on old ones; for medieal or other compounds, tradl
murks und labels. Caveats, Assignments, lntut
I'erenees, Appeals, Suits for liifrinucniuutK, na
till cases arlslnn under the I'nteiit Laws, prompl
Iv attended In. - Inventions Hint have bee)
I) V I Icl vr V 1 1 tb I'uteut Olllco may still
llrJ)lAJl 1 1 Iu niost cases, bu patented b
us. Ilelnn oliposlte tlm C. S. I'uteut Dcr-artuicui
and r.ui;ai;ed In 1'iilent business exclusively, we cat
make closer searches, and secure I'uteiiba mop)
promptly, und w ith Wonder claims, Ibau Ihosu whi
are retmile from Washington.
I M V V X Tl 11 ? Q "' n" n,l11'1 or 'ketch o
111 I 111! 1 vJ to your device; w make
iiiiilnatliiiis nnd sdvlse'as to patenlablllty, free o ,
char)'!'. All correspondence, strictly confidential; .
l'rli'i-s low, and tin ctiore,o unless I'utent Is serarvUl
Wu refer in Wusblne-ton, to Hon. l'ostinantes
(Jenei'til l. M. Key, Key. K. I). 1'iiv.er. The t;ennn
Amerieati Ntitlo'nnl Hunk, to otllelnlii III tin-U. H
1'aleul Utltre, and to Senators and ltepresentutlvci 1
In Conurcss; and especially to our clients iu vvcr
CllUtU in lliu tllliuu uuu in iniinun, nuuiupi
O. A. SNOW At CO,
Opposite I'ntcnt Ofllctt, Wimhlnuton, I). O.
rjpo INVENTOIW AND MKf 1IANICH.
n iTlf v-TJ .,,.1 t..,ui in nlilnln them rnmrilet l
HO iiattes'froe, upon receipt or hinmps fur imumk
Addresa (.II.Ml'KE, SMITH ft CO..
solicitors ui I an-ins, nuin.,