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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUlsDAY MORNING, JAMJAR Y 5, 18T9.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
VUT WOUKINO fHoNtl.Tt iXCITU).
on; Halle.lu llalldl as, Washington Aventi
I.V.'.y (delivered by -arrlor) per wcclc. . . .4.
He mali (lu advancot, ono )ur
Fv ma'.l fin advance), otie en
Yitclub nl ti-ti mid over (per rtly). "
l'iMt; In all cane prepaid.
innt in.-rilun. peri-quarti
huDm-qiipnl liiftrtldiif. pit o.unrc
Kor oo week, per aquar
For two wneka, per miiro
. I. H
' or mreo woew, "r - .
"or on innnlh. per nquure ' "
liaeh addHli.i al .qua w
' ran lo'erUitn. per iuar S1-
Huhfourcnt lnm;rtlon :
Kljjlit line of nolid nonpareil corntttute. a iir.
Jtiapiaved ilverliw.TniiW will be churned "Corn
to lo the psco oerupled, at above ruicn tbure bl
ur; twelve lines of mild type to the. Inch.
To nvtilar advert!' we nftur superior Induce
uunUi.hoih am.i ruw of rbarn und maimer or
dsapluyint: their favor.
LocaI notice twentv tnili per line for fir t net r
ilou; ten ceula per line for each ulibae.tteul lncr-
'?o'mrnmi'.i ation npon auhject of p neral Interest
tuthe ptibile. are ai all time acceptable. Ktjcctua
h mii.tIi will not be returned.
L iren anJ commnnlentkin ahottld Of isudrfsi'-u
"Cain Bulletin, Cairo. lllllnola."
Mtly Yloruiny Haiiy in Southern llliimw
l.vistH Circulation ot tiny Daily In
tMTiC.lAl FAPKK 0? ALEXANDER COUNTY.
M.li. 2rroll, JCditor.
Usk fact which has u direct connection
will) and powerful effect upon the financial
question, is the fact t!i:it the produce of
t.ur unprotected industries makes up the
bulk of exports, "the produce of protected
Industry is chiefly sold at home; tho indus
tries which are left free find their greatest
Tint composition of the 4Glh Conrcw
vr lb bout as follows: Democratic rw.-m-Lore
in the, House, 14C; Republicans. 12!);
Tamnunyitcs, !). The Nationals tire ab
sorbed in the parties to whicli they previous
ly belonged. Democrat iu the Sonate, 42;
Republicans, 83; National or Noncutity,
Davis, 1. And yet, according to Repub
lican testimony, the party that assumes
complete control of both houses of the next
congress, has been dead fur a number of
ye.ars'o If it really is dead, some powerful
"mjd'V1 has produced a "materialization"
th:;4rivido just as well as the old pirty it-
STRAtmi.Kita from tins Enyli&li army in
Afghanistan liavo aliout aa hard a time of
it, when thoy fall in the hands of thu liill
tribes, as th? witclies use to have umong the
puritans of Conecticutt. The Kuruin tribe
has split into seven deadly factions on ac
count of a disreemcnt as to tiie correct or
thotjraphy of their name. liio faction lias
Kuruin. another Koohram, another Kliuram
and so on. Catching a straggler tliey at
'DCB organize- hint into a spelling school.
If tho Koohram faction hav;j him, and the
poor devil spells it "KurTim,'1 he is a at
once tied to Hie heels of a wild zebra, and
font away, bumping over the rocks of the
mountain passes, at the rate of thirty miles
an hour. If the captive happen to blunder
nn the right orthography, he is esteemed as
a prodigy and is feasted on goat milk whey
and gir!ie until he almost wiahes he'd
spelled it incorrectly.
Wk s'ic it shtcd tint the yellow I'ov. r is
raging on the island of St. Thomas, even at
the present time, with considerable fury.
From tlii fact one of our cotemporaricM
argues that the disease will be imported
into the I'niled States again us soon as at
iiiiisphciic conditions render its importation
possible. We do not share in this apprf.-.
heneinn, lirciusi. in the first place, vc don't
believe there is any yellow fever in St.
'Thomas. Huomdiy, if the fever be there,
before the conditions an- rendered favora
ble again, we AiM have a national and Ln-ler-stato
system of quarantine that w ill pm-fi.n-l
tin? country from that a.Ml u!1 other
'.foreign epidemic; and thirdly, we believe
tbt the experience of last year will enforce
th' adoption nml enforcement of health
laws throughout the Mississippi vaih-y, that
will leave no lurking place tor the disease,
-ven should atmospheric conditions invite it.
. TI1K YEAIl JUST CLOSED.
1 lie year IS.N will have a history ot pe
culiar interest to the generations that arc to
nine Itn harvests furnished us an unex
smpled Hiiundance, ami contributed not a
little to thiil fM'."' .f rports that brought
home tn the hards of oiiron people the
greater portion of the government bond
-JieM by otpitHiisl tnhrosd. The ( lose of
!t.he year ir'itght Us tlinugh a most trying
Hiid iiiiKiverish!:iir ordeal, ii ii, tnie, to a
. ! m.p . i
ivniiuii'Hwii ,-i nj.ivn mivii , wiiii ii iiuii
Ii '.en Mtinji-ndt'd for sevntet-n yeurs. The
year brought ns tli tt-r: it !(. scourge of yel
low fi ver, that wept away iti thousands In
the South, pnvstrated its ten of thousands,
nd kept ll enervating hand npin the bus
iivK tit th'i country, until the Iumi tigured
. vi p hundred of millions of dollars. It wil
loosed the mi.wi f Kuhsij in her deadly
!.ugg witli Tiirliiy; the failure of the
fi-iiat ltik of Glasgow, nml the fuec(ling
distress and absolute want In England.
It saw 45,000,000 peoplo mourn over
the death of Kimj Victor Emanuel,
or Italy, and 300,000,000 over tho dcith
of the greatest Hunan pontiff of modern
times. It saw America drape heis -lf in
mourning because of tho death of her
William Cullen Bryant, Benjamin Wade,
Gideon AVelics, and Bayard Taylor. It gave
us the phonograph and the electric light,
and a thousand inventions of less signitl
cance, but of great practical utility to civ
ilized mankind. Lust but not least, it
witnessed complete quiet, good order and
good will among tho people of the South
through the agency of honest Democratic
rule, and the removal of the last vestige of
that curse of tho age, carpct-bagism.
Through the strain of vicious legislation,
unheard of and unparallelled extravagance
in public expenditures, and most unblush
ing political villainy in her high places, it
has seen the government move forward,
gathering fresh vitality from the mere
promise that it would soon pass under the
benign control of the Democratic party.
These arc a few of the happenings of 1378
that signalize the year as one that will not
be easily forgotten.
SERVED THEM BIGHT.
"John S. Morton, stand up!"
"Samuel P. Huhu, stand up!"
Such were the words pronounced a few
days ago, with a chilling deliberation and
impressive solemnity, by Judge Thayer, of
tho criminal court of Philadelphia. The
first named individual had been president,
and the cashier of the Philadelphia passen
ger railway; and as such they had been con
victed of issuing fraudulent stock to the
amount of $.j00,0!O, and appropriating the
proceeds to their own use.
Adjusting his eyeglasses, and clearing
his throat, Judge Thayer addressed the
prisoners substantially as follows:
"John S. Morton and Samuel P. Huhn,
you have confessed yourselves guilty of the
making and issuing of 10,000 shares of
West Philadelphia Passenger Bail way stock,
which at the market value of the stock,
amounted to $")'Jt000. The offense is one
of the most flagrant of its kind ever com
mitted in this Commonwealth. You were
the chosen guardians and trustees of the
stockholders of the corporation, to whom
they confided tlrir interests, and in an hour
of temptation you betrayed that confidence
an 1 wrought 'wi Jeapread ruin on those who
had trusted you. It is necessary that I
shoti'd sly this much that it may be borne
in mind that, if the punishment which the
law imposes be great, it may also be rcmcni;
bered that the crimoStself is great.
"For the offense which you have been
convicted it is the sentence of the court that
yu, arid each of yon, do undergo' an im
prisonment in the Ivulern Penitentiary for
the period of ten years; that you pay a fine
of one ceutto the Commonwealth, and that
you stand committed until the sentence is
And thus, at least has justice overtaken
this brace of scoundrels. From their mag
nificent homes, built and maintained with
stolen money; from tlu ir luxurious church
pews, paid tor with stolen money; from
the high social positions they had reached.
Messrs. Morion and lluhn nre snatched
away by the hand of btern justice, to be
immured within the walls of a gloomy
prison f r ten long and cheerless years.
They prepared their own beds, however.
Let tlicm lie in them.
I'oll Till. I1UI.I.KTIN.
FBEE LAUGH VS. CONVICT LA HOB.
An immense pressure will be brought to
bear on theG'iural Assembly that will
convene in Springfield next Wednesday, to
bring about the enactment of a law pro
hibiting competition between free and con
vict labor. As a bait to the Communistic
vote of the state, a plank declaring against
such competition was inserted in the Dem
ocratic slate platform of last summer.
It this movement means anything, it
means that the two thousand convicts in
our penitentiaries shall be maintained in
luxurious idleness that they shall do ifo
work, and the poor as well as the rich tax
payer of the state, shall piy more taxes to
pay for the food and clothing of the idle
prisoners. It means that the poor, honcHt
man shall work, that the condemned crim
inal may live in idleness. If the movement
does not mean this, what does it mean? The
leaders declare that free labor shall not be
compelled to compete with convict labor.
Five hundred of the Juliet convicts pursue
the stone cutter's trade. These shall be
made to lay down their hammers and
levels, because the five hundred stone cut
ins ot Chicago want more work und big
ger prices. Within the walls of the same
prison are U.i hundred shoemakers. These
put aside their pegging awls ami leather
aprons, b't'Huse they coino in competition
with Chicago shoemakers who want more
work and larger figures. And so on
throughout the list of trades pursued
within the walls of thu State prison. Tho
prisoners shall manufacture nothing, they
shall perform no labor, becaus:: cortainpro
pie who uro not in prison, want to manu
facture more warei and to perform more
labor. It is not contended that the Stato
can prohibit citizens of Illinois from buy
tho prison products of Indiana, Wisconsin,
Iowa and Missouri; nor is ifurged that a
legal prohibition shall ba raised up against
receiving supplies Into Illinois from such
K.iurcers under special contract. Not at all
Tho whole movement seems especially
directed against the prison labor of Illinois.
We confess that we have given tho matter
but little thought, but the surface indica
tions do not impress us very favorably. If
Illinois convicts are not permitted to pur
sue any trade or avocation that is pursued
by thu outside mechanic or laborer, then
they must be maintained in idleness ut an
expense to the taxpayers of the state, of
fnOO.OOO or $000,000 per annum.: If the
competition that free labor finds in' the
prisons of Chester and Joliet, is destroyed,
will not the prisons of Jeffenon City, Mo.,
Madison, Wis., Lansing, Mich., and Des
Moines, Iowa, supply a comp. tition scarcely
less formidable? Would, va nut, by strik
ing down the convict-laor competition in
Illinois, open a widen li 'ld and belter
market for the product jof the ssiim kind
of labor in the border stiles? From the
standpoint of a mere "casual observer"
such a result looks extruuuly probable. If
then the success of the movement weuld
saddle an ndditiona, expense of $5D0,000
or f 000.000 a year ujon our taxpayers, tnd
subjects us to the liibility of competition
to outside convict .ahor, would the end
achieved justify, in my particular, the sac
rifices made in its a'hievement? It might;
but we coutess thaUve are unable to sea it.
There might be vholcsome restrictions
thrown around ccivict labor; but the
measure proposed sems to us to be a little
too radical. i C. A. R. Pax-rat.
Hosts ok Puor.h ark Maistyus to
s'ck headache, that Jnfullible symptom of
a disordered stomadi, liver and bowels.
Many suffer from it 8s many as three or
four times a week. They do so needlessly,
for Hostetter's Stotach Litters, by toning
the digestive orgns and regulating the
bowels and HveiV n the cause, ind
dispels the painj t13 fa(,;u. The intimate
sympathy betv iit.ej)jn 'in ""d the abdo
minal region cjj pU,iu''outcf,t disorder
affecting the IV(iV(.rtiSr.Jp1(?t'te1 as Uwcre,
in the organ ,J(-lut;)ry -jjT'10 rtform insti
tuted by the y n3 tf(iu tho digestive,
serrective andv0 j. .'unctions re in n
state of chaos, I ' t, more beneficial
nutrition ol Cie
he restoration of
appetite and le
lower of the sy.
., ef m increaao in the
k(J- ' iist diseases of a
ful climates, thei
w"-irm and delight-
from torpid Liven
Irni'-stion and all dis-
easos arising fromi, sanered Stomach and
Bowels. They tloull t course, at all
times keep fhe liver U'tije, and to our read
ers wu would reeontiu'tit Tabler's Vegeta
ble Liver Powder. Ttkui in time, will of
ten save money and unci suffering. P:ic"
50 cents. Barclay Bathers, agents, Cairo,
iii. " :
Tit H Bi'CKEYH. It Kijwell established
net, that Tabler's Bucb-to Pile Ointment
will cure, if used acwrding to directions,
the iEscu'.UB Hippocmtanum, or llor.
Chestnuts, commonly I. iowii as thu Buck
eye, has been highly esteemed for tnauy
years, owing to the fa t, that it possesses
virtues, lying in the biter principle called
Esculin, which can be utllzed for tho cure of
Piles. If affected with that terrible dis
ease, use Buckeye Pile liniment nnd be re
lieved. Barclay Jirothen, ngents, Cairo, III.
Consumption Clukd. An old physician,
retired from pnetico, hiving had placed in
his hands by an East I alia missionary the
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, lor
the speedy and permaient cure for con
sumption, nrondiitis, ciiarm, usiiima, and
all throat and lung nil' 'dons, also a positive
and radical cure for ncrous debility and all
nervous complaints, iilVr having tested its
wonderful curative powers in thousands of
cases, has felt it his duty to make it known
to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive, and a desire to telieve human suf
fering, I will send, free of charge, to all
who desire it, this recite, with full direc
tions for preparing and using, in German,
French, or English. Sent by mail hy ad
dressing with stamp, naming this paper,
W. W. Sheiar, Ml) Powers' Block, Roches
ter, New York.
Dhijnkkn Stukh'. How many cliillren
and women are slowly and surely dyin;, or
rather being killed, by excessive doetiritig
or tho daily use of some drug or drinkeii
HtufT culled medicine, that no one kmws
what it is made of, who can easily be tired
and saved by Hop Bitters, tuado of lops,
Buchu, Mandrake, Dandelion, &c, which
is so pure, simple und haridess
that the most frail woman, weakest in ulld
or smallest child can trust in them. Will
you he saved by them? See other tulunu.
Tn all who are sullmiug from the rrors
and iuciiscretlotis of youth, nervous veak
ncss, early decay, loss of manhood, $;.,, I
will acini a recipe that will cure you, 1KEE
OF CHABGE. This great reined) was
discovered by n missionary in Auerlcn.
Send a half-addressed einvelope1 to lk Rev.
Johki'U T. Ijiviam, Station D. Bibhi H.ms!!,
New Yuk City.
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Comiiiereini Avenue and Eighth Strict,
K. BlCOSJi. l'ruclilent.
I NKl-'K, Vlce-l'ri'Hiftont.
H. WliLI.S. C'u.IjI.t.
T. J. KhKTU, AnUant VnMrt.
V. Brim, Cairo; William Khiirf, Cairo;
Peter Ntlt, Cairo;
C, M . Osterlob,
V.. Duller, Cairo;
Wllllnm Wolf. Cairo:
11. I, llilllnt:nli'T, St. LeuU;
J. Y. Lk'iiiKin. Caltduiita.
4 GENERAL BANKI.N'ti UtrSINUHS pONK. Kx
1 V i liunge aula and bought. Inu rot pa!J In u
Savings JJepttrtiiient. Cnljcctinim uiadu aad all
bunluwa promptly attenilt-d to.
rniE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL, 8100,00 0
W. I'. IIAU.iliAY. I'r.-frMnit.
II. I.. IIAI.LIUAY, Vlf'M'ruidrtil.
W'AI.TLi: USU)!1, l.'ii-.iili-i.
. STWTSTATLOK, W. V. lUU ItlAT,
Hi MO !.. n.tl.UllAT, Ii. II. I eSMSi.lHtl.
u. ii. iviLUAUios, rr.rio.K hiiiu,
11. II. rAMlKH
Kxfh:trigc, Coin and United Stiitcs Bonds
ROfCjHT AND dOU.
Depoiitu recoiM-il nud jentrtl banklni; Intlncn
JNTEBPBISE SAVINGS BANK,
cl(tmi March 31, 13S0.
OYVlCh IX CITY NATIONAL BANK, !
Cut co, llliuoU.
TNTKRE8T paid oa dcpo.in March 1C and Hop-
tembt-r Int. Jnx-ret nut wltlirtr-iwu t ailik-d tiu
Diedlately U thn principal of tho il.-inull. tlirrvbt
tUf CMIdivu and unrrli d wuutn tuny ileputlt
money anil uu uue else can (Iron It
WALTER 1IYSLOP. Thkahviilm.
A X) V A N rr
eil a j 1 1 jst
Over other Beliurd
ALL ILLIBIIXATING d'UUl'OS KS.
Persons who have neither time nor tiirlinati in to investigate the peculiar merits of tin
various grades of Refined Petroleum, ask why
3U Ij A
TUB FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL.
150e Fahrenheit Fire Test,
Is Safer oud Better than Other
And is tho ery Highest Grade of Hluininatini! Oil from which, in the pron of
Ujanufaeture, Every Impurity Has Been Eliiminatod. Elaine is Free from
Benzine ami Paralline. In Color, Elaine is Sprint; Water White,
and its " Fire Test" is So Iliprh as to make it as Absolutely
Safu as any Illuininant Known, Having No Din
agreeable Odor, Elaine is a Pleasant Oil
For Family use.
IT POlOS NOT INOWUST THE WK'K!
And thua is avoided its
should be used in the purchase of l'lnine, lis its peat and growing
popularity has ittdiKt'd the introduction of imitation.
ASK FOR IT. I'SK Ml OTHER OIL IN VOFK, LAMPS !
Jt'Olt K.VI.K HX
13 A RC 1 , A Y 131 IOT UK HH,
PROPRIETOR OF 6PROAT8 PATENT
Wholesale Dofiloi in lee.
ICE BY THE CAB LOADORTOX, WELL
PACKED FOB SHIPPING.
Cur .Load u SpiH'ialty.
) V I f J-J :
Cop.-Tweinh Stn?et and Levee,
CAURIAIiKS AXl) W AtlONS.
( JaiYiTre i:f(s,
M inn f:u : nr. i nf
liii vs. Etc.,
COMMERCIAL AYE. between FIFTH and
HIXTI! SIS.. CAIRO. ILL.
HOnsE-tsilOKIXO a eppcittltv. Ilepr.lrSnt: i.f nil
klnria of Trbirlea done neatly ai.il im fln.it uo
tk-e, ut the lowt.t punilile-ot.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid lor Wheat.
A. G IS S ( ) V
i e I ion i nri
Products of Petrolruin
I N ft ' I
Oils? It is because Elaine
ICXP L( )DMD!
d. i. a
li an tbnolutti and IrreaUlablo cure for
enticHN. liitenipcram and the nee of Opium, To
bucru, Niircntli'ii uml HllmiiliiiiW, rrnioylnx all
Untie, ch-f Int and Lulilt of lining anjr ut ttn-in,
rianlurliiK tb tanln or doflrn fur tlieia perlertly
uillmii) and dlKuasliiiK. titvlni iv.:ryotio pi'rfts t
unit Irrlunliiluhlii com ml or tlio nobriuly ol thorn-m-H
-h nri (I their frli-iulH.
It prevf-nti that alolntn pliynldcal and mural
irniir ituia llml PiIIouk llio cudili'ii lin-klii(! uU
irtiin iihIii ntlinuliints or mir olii w .
I'm-kaf, prepaid, to euro 1 tt 5 penmnn, 2,
oral ir Iuho-Ims, fl.7.1. TuaijiBraiice und
cliiiritiilili' voi.'luik-D Klmuid uc It.
11 1a harmli'Mi and ui-tfr-falllii.
MOT IUT1 FRS UFli. CO., Sole ARi-nH,
i:cmiij- jtlt, N. Y.
Tlie Hop ('ouIi Cure
Dcatruya all pain, loom-in the roiifh, quirU tbr
niTVi-H and product- rent. Jt ih-vit lail in pi-r
forming a perfect cure w here tliero la a hndot
Try It once and you -t III Had It
FOR SALE BY ALL DlcTGGISTS. '
(iREAT OFFER FOR
W- will during the HOLIDAYS dicpow of ll
PIANOS uml HI.IJAN.S ut h. I KAoUillN ALT
l.i iW prici i. for i iu-Ii. Spkmlid ciruun. S 3J t
ol n i-il. j'w. i ft l tvllli Suit linn Mid oupiri' At
'.' fi-tf $M, 1 ut J Mi. I fit $10, 7 Octave all Knfewotxi
I'tanoa l.l, " 1 a Uo 140. vtarranti d forslX - rin
Aubvth Wantkii. llluftratt-d Cataiovue MailisJ,
Murk: ut half price. llol'.ArK W ATJ.KS A SONS.
Mauulacturera and Deuk-rf.-lu Kaft Mil) Si. N. Y.
whati:m:.lt st. louIhi'Iiysician's sat.
Pkevknt ctIvu of MAUtniA.-Colilen'i l.libltr"
Futruet of II ef anil Tnnii: Inviu'tirator la a ren
arecahle article of diet, and puMicularl; tfm
Hlien tonlm are required, beli. tolerated wki
other forma of animal food are rrjee ti-d Id 19
therln. Au'ue, Malaria! Keer, Typhoid Fer, 4
every ik pri ff in tlineuau. lla oe will ba atlnSe4
with ureal ad villi I ice. We have prencrlbed It vllt
excellent nicrim: J. II . I.enlie, M. 1 ;(. II Cnup.
.M. U ; S. tt. I'rimuua. II !.; 1(. A. Vaughn, H O.;
Ut. S L. nml J. C M,lt l..t; Wm. Porter H ..
and nuiiy otlier. t-olJ by all Drtijjjjiata aad CW
U Matthew Hale's New Book.
1.0X1 pinniii eiit perniEa men and on.a aa
Sljfd. Sreel porlM:lofA.T. V'P V V' i It'll
YiMianaii.T, linvsarr, ate ' ' ' it i t
Xiif ai-nallou if the teafon. Now ia the lima he
(l ,teru,r territory. Aildreaa tgr
tt I ill Ik' a'i-my fin nlan a:;d ternm,
AinerieaD I'ublUhint; C o. lla UuLdulpt) fcL, Chttf
i .1 rJ Falling Sicknes
POSITIVELY C'.'RED.tbe ortfiiof thelna
el ftanilinir, by u.ine DR. HhiiliAKD'S CIIHM
-Mi m vnit;." rr has i i hkh iiioj
SNI)S WILL MVK fl.uul FUR A CASK rr
WILL NOT UKNtKIT. A umpic bottle (re t
ail nirrln- .1. K. IUI;HLlil:, Chtuilit, Offiar
l,:u liroadttay, Nc York.
wt'i)rt kijkit r, t Coitill Kxumi tm
arur of ntcttr-iKg a't Lt-" j T'i U.I lubaan
mad. A our bii ur n fa-l-mitk ll tlot
ln.Htt4 OH l-lfrrl'r rxl m ":,t J.rltan't B
i y rinc. b-j'l ly ill dral . I f, urmto
tnc, to C A .:i.ie.t 4 IV. M.'.-t. VtMittug'
Si 'i(IO f'r"fHoiiJdv' Inventmeiitof CtWi
O I WU Wtucrii Luioii. NovrmlKr t OlVV
l'Minrtli;nal return every eek on ttoek opllont ,'
Iiciul R ;iort and Clrrnlarn. Free. ArMrt aa.
T. I'oiiia Wutt A: Co., Ranker, U Wall St., N. T.
t Ge.NTS WANTKn.-For tbf bmt nd fite
J V (-!! triir I'ft-irifcl I'.ook' ami P.lblcv l'rlcea re
diiceil;;;p. rreul. AddreanNat. I'ub. Co., Cblcttg.
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V y i niiiuF-iu: ii. r ue rinii'a
i O I Ifiroii. Terrn and oalf.t ,'re Addrev, 1"
j " O. VU KKltY. AuuMa, Jlainr.
.t ".FANCY CA lilts, with name, loe., p'ln nrcoH
-"..-elil Olillit, II, , Vjl .tjltii. Hull C .
I I !::!-. u . N. Y.
iledeard-. Snow ditlti', Datnark. Ac. Notw
u'lke, witu name, loe. J. ,V u.kJfr A Co .
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iierui;: treatment, with home uml l.oard, cull or
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ed. Married lad and gentlemen unj fifty eenn
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conrtiiotiti.il . IfeUaMe l-'eioale I'ill a box
men, lofol vitality, premature weakm-n. emrr ,
tion of uiiud and hodv. diord-r of Hie brain and
nervoiiH f jKtein, and miHi-rie rextltine Ihi-ti-lrom
f'.eeililv cured by HATES' Sl KCII'll7. 1'rri'Med
by uu eminent phyHie.liin: jt: a raw, J lor f"i: fold br
rlruw For ; elreulnr with lull piirtlcularf, ij.
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C'l OA I k"-.LA'tY' rermanent a!emen want
tlXLtVV " '"''" Sliililetiood to (lenlem. No
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OOCLD I'l.ATEl) ATCIIKS. (.'happt la
,,thu world. Sanii.' Wateh Free to Ac mt. Ad
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AND MOtMMIIMK HARIT itim m
Ttiu OriL'luiil rimI oulr Qloliiii.
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Plum Kuttt if, to V. I). tjqmrJ, Wonblutoua,
tiri.ene,t:oiinty, Ind h
Obtained for new Invention, or for lmprovuinctita
tin old ouch ; for medical or other compound, tratk
murki" and luhcV, C'nvtntH, AfHlt!ntnente, Inter
I'erenre. Appenla. Sulla for Infringement, mid
nil eiie arUliiK miller the 1'ntetit l.uw. proiitit'
Iv atteiiiled to Invention that liuve bee
mi1 1 It' I 'T It1 1 . . ,hl' ,'t,",l tjm'-l! '"y ""J".
jljty iJlf In mo ft ran--, Im tinti'ituirt by
ii. Itulne oppofltt! the ti. S. Patent l)eurtineit.
and engaged In I'nteut lninii enclualvely, wo cau
make cli.fer feuivhea. and fecure Patent more
promptly, and w lib bronder cliiluia, thna Utoeo taho
are remote from Wahlni;ton,
I V V It1 X'Vl MiQ " ,"0'l'1 or fkelult of
1 it t liit 1 Vtlin your device; we mako t-i-amliiatloiiaudadvlfii
to patentability, free of
tbr((i'. All coriepindetK'e ftrtetly roiiftdenllal.
flit i, low. and uu c It 11 rue mile I'ati ttt la figured.
We ri-fi r in Wnhli!Ktwi, l Hon. I'ottmaalrr
tleneral l. M. Key. Itev. 1'. 1). power, The lb nnaii
Amerlrint NMlinial ltiink, to ollkiala in the l, H.
Rati ut ontfit, and lo Seitalora and Iteprefeuuitlvoa
In ConttreHa; and eaperlallv to our cllenla In every
State In lha L'nloa and ta Cutiatla. Addrvf
C. A. KNOWtVCO.
ilptumlle I'at'inl Olttee, Tnhlllltttn. 1). C.
nOlNVKSTtlliS ASI MK( HANICS,
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(Hi natrea free, upon ticelpl ol Slump for poetara'
Addreit Cill.MtilCK. (SMITH A Co.,
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