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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WFLNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY U 187ft.
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' I.'hIiu llulletiu. Cairo. Illinois "
inly Morning- Daily in Southern Illinois
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oI'FK IAI. PAPER OK ALICXANPKIt COlNTY.
MH. Il.ii'i'.'lt, Kilitor.
A uii.i. is to be presented in tiic Illinois
legislature giving women the rilit to vote
ut all elections where the question o!" grant
ins liquor license is concerned.
Tub Hulary (if the Arehhishop of York
is 51,0U0 a year. So far as liciml from, he
hits not sent half of it to the districts where
there arc neither food nor tire for the poor.
A passuxoki! in nn Arkansas stae
coach rodctliroiio-hntitavervcolddav in thin
lothcs, mid was taken out still' nnd uneon
scions. He was thought to have frozen to
death, and a grave was diiy for him; liiit
the warmth of the room in which he was
laid thawed him out just in time to save
him from Wwj buried alive.
Having now conquered Afghanistan, the
British forces are being harrasscd by the
nomadic tribes, whose attacks they fear far
more than the ninries of the Ameer. As it
will take a strong army of occupation to
h.ild the new aetitisition until the yoke be
comes bearable, it is probable that Ktiglaiul
will find her conquest a very expensive and
The Koston authorities recently fin-bade
Sunday concert, altliotigh it was advertis
ed as sacred, and all attempts to give enter
tainments on Sunday are quickly repressed.
The Mayor of Philadelphia is now rigidly
nfurcing the Sunday law in the cases of
variety show managers. In the larger
Western cities the question is being, agita
ed, butjt is averred that the custom of open
ing the theatres on Sunday is not contrary
to law and is growing in popular favor.
Within the past ten days nearly even
newspaper in Illinois lias published a para
graph to the effect that the Auditor of Illi
nois has sent out to the several county
clerks a circular setting forth the rates of
luxation to be levied upon the equalized
valuation of taxable property, etc. The
circular in question was sent out last
October, and since then most of the tax
bonks have been iteide according to the
levy, and turned over tu the collectors. It
is rather an old piece of news to publish so
widely and persistently.
Ix Kansas, Wisconsin and Indiana very
important elections of Senators are about
to take place. In Wisconsin, Senator Car
penter is a candidate, and, being a man of
ability and not of narrow sectional views,
as are the other candidates, he seems to be
the one for whom Democrats, if they can
effect his election at all, should use their
influence. In Kansas the tight is against
Iugalls, present Senator, Recent develop
ments show a petty sort of money-grabbing
corruption on his part that ought to defeat
him. His opponents publish letters of his
in which he demands, on pain of removal,
that various Uadieal officials turn over part
of their salaries to friends of bis. In Indi
ana there is not. we believe, any doubt of
the success of Mr. Voorliees. We an1 sure
there suoiui be none.
"The Chinese must go!" is a cry heard
not iu California only, but the w hole world
over wherever they have settled in consid
erable numbers. Such is the case in Uritislt
Columbia, New Zealand, New South Wales
Australia, and the Sandwich Islands. They
coma to these countries without wives and
laniilicH, live, closely packed together, on
the cheapest food that will sustain life,
Have ull the money they can with a view to
return to China with their earnings as soon
as they cun, and, thus enabled to work at
lower prices than Ihe native work men ihh
sibly can, soon obtain a monopoly of one
department if labor after the otlur. In
New Zealand they have been set ti work
ujMiii die rail Muls, but have been driven
away by the white laborus. In ..w-
South Wales the ("ibinet-imikiug trade
has passed entirely into their hands, and
they are taking the place of white cooks
and servants in the hotels.
Thk yellow fever commission now nt
New Orleans w ill report to congress nt this
M'ssion, ami probably at an early tiay, its
conclusions as to the cause and treatment of
the disease. Some of its members have ex
amined and commended a plan of Prof.
Gaingee, of London, to ''freeze out" the
disease. The professor proposes to board
any vessel coming from a dangerous port,
and in a few minutes, while the clothing of
passengers is being disinfected, to reduce
the temperature of the vessel so much as to
destroy any germs of the iiesease. He will
operate in the same way on a dwelling
house. Anything which promises protect
ion from the fearful pestilence is worthy of
trial, nnd this plan seems to have made
friends enough already among scientific
men to show that it has merit.
Miss Kn.v I'itkus a sixty-three-old
maid, was found murdered at her home
near Maxvillc. a mile or two from Terre
Haute, in is;;,, She was murdered for
about thirty dollars, which she lud in her
possession, .lu-tiee has slumbered in the
interim, but was avenged last Monday, by
the arrest of Oliver Perry and Mrs. Caro
line Trader for the murder. The husband
of the Trader woman, who is now serving a
life sentence in the penitentiary for murder,
confessed the crime. This was undoubt
edly one ot the most atrocious murders
ever committed. The old woman had been
a mother to Perry, giving him food and
shelter, and treating him in all respects
as n son. The return he made was to seize
the pour oid creature, nnd break her neck
across th" foot-board of the bed upon
which she was K iiiy.
Tin-: grasshopper commission ask for an
additional $1-I.0i)!i t enable them to track
the hoppers to t!i -ir home in the Hocky
Mountains and there begin a terrible
slaughter of the original fly until not one is
left to tell the .tale. Give them $15,000
ami they will. -like IJocky's nimblest goat,
ascend her loftiest peaks and graz.3 over
her most frightful chasms. Give them
15.000 and they will leap,
like Hy roll's thunder, '-from
crag to crag, from peak to peak,' until the
last hopper's dirge is sung and big nails
driven in his coflm. Give them $15,000
and Cicero's epitaph upon the Cntnlinc con
spirators. 'They have lived," shall be
written, like Dr. Jones' hive syrup, upon
Ilocky's tallest cliffs and boldest eminences,
which, with the morning winds, will tell
the talc ami sing the dirge of an extinct
Thk IU i.i.ktin is not a Logan organ. If
there w ere even a shadow of a chance for
the election of a Democrat to the I'nited
States Senate, our voice should be heard
shouting the mime of Allen, Marshall or
Hobinson; but since the man the situation
calls for stands no sort of a chance, we
have objected and do object to the combin
ed Democratic assault made upon Logan.
He was a Democrat before the war, and
held views in common with his party; but it
is nothing to his discredit that he changed
his views. Tens of thousands of Democrats
did the same tiling. When, from the stump,
Mr. I jOgan, was a blattaut denouncer of
tin; Democratic party and Democratic men,
he invited precisely what he got, and what
the Ili i.uns help to give him, a "raking
fore and aft." Hut he is not fighting the
Democratic party now, and we insist that
the Democratic raid being made upon him,
now that he is in the verv throes of a fitrht
with an element of his own party, is not
called for is not magnanimous treatment
of tin enemy.
T1IK HON DAG K OF IiONDS AND THE
SLAVK11V OF DKttT.
A floating newspaper contains the follow
"The railway indebtedness of this coun
try was increased from f!),000,000 in
100 to 3,220,0110,000 in 1877. The debts
of one hundred and thirty American cities
were increased, it is estimated, from 221,
000.000 iu IStJO to (104,000,000 in 187(1.
It is estimated that in six years our whole
state, county and municipal indebtedness
was nearly doubled, swelling from M8S,
000.000 iu 1870 t? 1,500.000.000 in 187(1.
The whole indebtedness of individuals,
companies and incorporations of every kind
in' the United States is thought by careful
observers to be not less than 20,000,000,
000." This does not include, the 2,200,000 of
government bonds, and is a low estimate of
our bonded indehtcdnes otherwise.
Frightful and appalling as these figures
are, they were nearly all piled up since the
Picpublieaii party came into power. It is
safe to say that three-fourths of the corpo
rations on whose account these debts were
contracted are not only not able to pay Ihe
annually accruing interest, but are not
worth the amount they owe.. Of course,
where such a condition of affairs exist it is
not dilllcult to find the germs of an im
It is perhaps necessary fur the people, of '
the United 'States to ba occasionally italt
a financial reversal blow to teach them jtu
tion, otherwise then.' would be no liml to
their extravagance and lolly. Hut the low
now threatened seems so full of disater,
that no sensible patriotic individual can
contemplate it without indulging the
gloomiest of forebodings. '
THK DEMOCRATIC It AID OX LOCAX.
While iu a campaign before the cplc,
the record made by cither party, or the rec
ord made by the representative imu of
either party, forms a legitimate Mih'cct of
discussion, it is hardly fair, during a con
test like that going on iu Sprnglield, to
charge the old sins of the Jiemocratie
party to the account of John . Logan.
Twelve or fourteen years, ago, wh-n Logan
was denouncing the Democratic party for
the blunders and crimes into which he.
himself, had assisted in leading it, when he
brazenly ignored his own participation
therein, and impudently denied tlu.t which
admitted of ii icfnig..ble proof, no paper in
Illinois was severer in its denunciations of
the man than the Cairo Democrat, and sub
sequently TllK ('.who r.i i.i.K-iiN. bnth pa
pers being under the editorial control of
the present proprietor of Tin-; l!i i.i.k i
Hut now that Logan is engaged iu a pet
sunal contest for a seat in the United S'ate
Senate w ith a man who has been les ob
noxious to the Democratic party to tin
reason only that his ability t
work mischief was less. it i:
scarcely fair or ' square dcalin;
for Democratic papers to "take rides'
against L igan, and preach up to his dis
paragement his deeds of eighteen yens
ago, to which by the way, none of the oUer
more able or more prudent Democrats of
that day, interposed the slightest objectim.
There might br some excuse for
this kind of warfare if Logan were
fighting the Democratic party or if he defi
antly denied the accusations made against
him; but. such is not the case. He is fight'
ing a strong element in his own party, and
in no manner assails or invites the assaults
of the Democratic party. He is doing more
at this time to disturb the unity and har
mony of the party to which he belongs than
all the Democratic papers of the state could
do. should they devote their united energies
to that end. Democrats can afford, there
fore, to l-t him alone. It is not their "put
in." It is a light of Republican factions,
and if there is any reason why Democrats
should push Logan down and put Oglesby
up,we confess that we can't see it. For that
reason we have no shots in our locker for
Logan as an aspirant for the U. S. Senator
ship. When, us in times past, he sets him
self up as a villi!!;',, traduccr and slander
er of the Democratic party, then it will be
entirely proper for Democratic editors to
charge their blunderbusses with the ammu
nition of other years, and "pop it to him."
Engaged as he is, however, in a tight in his
own political family, it is enough for us
Democrats to throw in such words of en
couragement as "go it husband; go it.bear,"
and resemjoiir broadsidss for both husband
and bear, when they turn upon us and in
vite us to battle.
Livei! is Kino. The livens the imperial
organ of the whole human system, as it
controls the life, health and happiness ot
man. When it is disturbed in its proper
action, all kinds of ailments are the natural
result. The digestion of food, the move
ments of the heart and blood, the action of
the brain and nervous system are all imme
diately connected with the workings of the
liver. It has been successfully proved that
Green's August Flower is uncqualed in cur
ing all persons afflicted 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 w ill
prove that it is just what you want.
South Amkuica ami Southehx Uniti:d
Status. Owing to the warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid livers, indigestion, and all dis
eases arising from disordered stomach and
bowels. They should, of course, at all
times keep the liver active, and to our read
ers we would recommend 'fabler's Vege
table Liver Powder; taken in time, it will
often save money and much suffering.
Price 50 cents. Rarclay Urothers, agents,
The Rivkkyk. It is a well established
fact, that Tabler's Rutkeye Pile Ointment
will cure, if used according to directions.
.Esculus Hippocastanum, or Horse Chcs
nuts. commonly known as the Ruckcye, has
been highly esteemed for many years,
owing to the fact, that it possesses virtues,
lying in the bitter principle culled Ksculln,
which can be utilized for the cure of ljt.g;
If affected with that terrible disease, use
Ruckcye Pile Ointment nnd be relieved.
Rarclay Rrothers, agents, Cairo, Ills.
Can't Pkkacii (loot). No man t un do a
good job of work, preach a good sermon,
try n law suit well, doctor a patient, or
write a good article when he fecln misera
ble and dull with sluggish bruin and un
steady nerves, and none should ninlu. the
attempt in such a condition when it c:m be
so easily and cheaply removed 'iy a little
Hop Hitters. See "Truths" nnd "l',o,..,i..'i
From a Distinguished Physician.
NO ulniilc iIImiiimi lias entailed nniru nill'erln or
hnsleneil thelireiikli trap of the convolution lliun
Catarrh. The senc of smell, of taste, of lnlif. of
lieuriui;. tliti huinaii voile, Ihu mind, one or Inure
and soinellnii's til yield tu Its destructive inllneiice.
Tin- poison It (lUiilbntcs tlirnntfhoiit the M'leiii at
tacks every vilnl Inrce. anil hreaks lip the most ro
lilisl of consliiutiii"". J'liored liei iilise hut little
understood hv physicians, liiipotenlly nsulleil hv
uuaeks and efurliHiius, those nlleriuu from it have
hut little hope tu he relieved i f It this side of the
tfiavu. It Is Mine. then. Unit the popular treatment
of Ihlslerrlhletlrense hv remedies w ithln the reach
of all passed hto hand's at once, competent uml
truslwortliv. rheiiew and hitherto untried tnethoil
adopted liv Or Sanlord in the pi-eparallon ol hU
Haimi i. i i in lias won my hearlv ajiproial. I he
lleve It llkclv lo succeed when all the imiiiI reme
died fall, heiiuse II strikes nl the root of Ihe di-ease
viz... the acldtled hlood, while It heals Ihe ulcerated
liiemhrane Iv direct upiiliratiou to the nasal iasa
Uch. Its tiitlnn Is hased oh certain llxcil rules, ami
uuless ihevital forces are too far exhausted, must
iu Ihe ,'ie;1 neilorilv of eases effect n cure.
(K(. UKAIili. M I'
NolM'i.'l lllocli. So. rariulhi;ton, Oct. 1. 1ST I.
SNTUI!I)'S RADICAL ITIiK
AlW'snlV'lv i ii 1 in to he one of the e popular
' remedies ivcciuii)! the appriiuil of medical '-'lilt
iiieii, who, In prnaie. not only freely recommend
lllillt use It III their Ulilllles In preference to li) "I
e preparations u-uallv precnlied hy iihvic.luiis.
Von are aware. ' said a tl I t i Ii -'i f city plivl
Ian. "licit my ohlluatlons to the M'i. Medical
.Society ar" su h that I cannot puli'.lcly r coniine'.id
or nre'si liH" the Uadieal Cure: lint siie'e I rcclwil
so much r ll-'l from the Use of C. myself, utter a
thoi'in"li ti ial of the usual remedies. I have pi'
vitelv advised l:ue. and presume 1 have sent tu
tu lour slore unless than one hundied of tu; pa
tifiils. fur It . '
I XIVEliSAL SATlSr ACTION.
t KNTLKMKX :- We have sold Sanfoiiu's I.'.mh
" en. I'ciiK lor nearly one year, andec say candid
ly that we never sold a similar prrtiaratleii Hut sl"ve
such universal satisfaction. W e nave to learn the
ll st cnmplHinl yet.
We are not In the hahi'. of reeommenillni; patent
medicines, hut your prcpurall hi meets the wants uf
thousands, aml'we lldtik thus, ultllcted shocld he
convinced of lis jjreat merit so that their sut.eriinj
w ill he relieved We have hcen iu the ilniL' husl
lies lurlhepa-t twelve years -.(instantly, mid sold
everylhlujt for t'atarrh. hut yours leads 'all the ret.
It you see proper you can use this letter or any pa-.t
of It that von w ish.
Very truly your-. S. 1) UAt.DWlN A- fit.
Wholesale and Itetai! llealei- Iu UrU'.'s. Monk- und
Stationery. Washington, lud.. Feb. '., lsTn.
Kach p.vkuL-e con'alns Mr. Sinford's Itnproiril
Inhailnn Tithe, ami full directions tor lis
use in all cases. Trice Oie! lm! tor.
sale hv all whole-die and retail dn.'l-t
pun- m uu , UUIC-.IM' mm n-inu uri.'i-i uli'l
dealers thrullellout the t utted Static ami ramn'i
WKKKS.V I'OlTKIi. 0"ti T.i! Aleuts ant W W.u
sale tlrtt'ists, liostuu. .M;i-s.
An Kleetro-lialvanii' Untterv romliineu1 with a
hishlv Medicated streiij.'tlirnii!;: I'lsiter, torn
Ins the liest Plaster tor pains and aches in the
World uf Medicine.
As n '.'rand curative aud restorative a. tit Is rot
equaled hy any clement or medicine In the history
of the healiiii! art. ( nless the vital upark has rled
the hndv, restoration by means of electricity It pos
sible. It Is the last resort of all physicians and sur
"cons, and has rescued thousand, apparently dead,
from au untimely prave. when vu other human
aii' iiey could liave sitceeeiled Th! Is til'.; leaiilu
eti rathe element in this l'last r.
liALSAM and PINE.
The henlii)' properties of our own fra-.-r int bal
sam and pine and the sum" of lie- Ka-t are too well
kuonn to require description. Their irraVftd heal
in.', soothing and Mri'iiirtheulnu properties are
known lo thousands. When combined in accord
ance with late and Important dl-coierles in phar
macy, their healini: and streiit'theidn properties
are Increased ten told. In thi-r.-peel our Plaster
is the best Iu use without the aid of rlei tricHv.
TWO IN ONE.
Thus combined we have two crand medical ;i ; -1; t
In oil", each ol'whkh pi rf rm its f lection and
unitedly produce, mure cures than an., linet'i.-nt.
lotion, w ash, or Master ever h- fore compounded In
the history uf medicine. Try obi . Mm e J." i iivh.
Sold by all Whole-ule and Itctall I r:i-;!t
throughout the l !):'ei States, and l auada- and
hy WEEKS 4- I'OTI'Ei;. 1'rourlctors. Ilo-tou M ,.
Decorative Paper Hanger
P A- I X T K I I !
A Sl'KUAI.TV MADE OK
Glazing and Kalsomining.
I.eave Order at llarclay'H or I'arkct's Hook Store.
XO. 1 M2.
Wholesale and lictai!
Dry Goods and Clothing",
ROOTS AM) SIR IRS,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Avenue, I
I'orner Highlit street i
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholefi.uk' Dealt. 'i' in lw.
ICERYTIII' CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SIllPPINO.
Car Load si Specialty.
() J-' 1' ic Wi
Cor.Twclflh Street ami Levee,
I CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
LEXANDKR COUNTY RANK,
Comiiiei'i ial Avenue ami Eighth Sired,
( AIKO, ILLINOIS.
F. nimss, l'resldiitit.
I. NKKK. Vlce-I'remddit
II. WKI.IX cahler.
T. J. KtllTll. Asalstutit Cashier.
F. Itross. ('lr; William Kluce. Cairo;
I'eter S,.(l', Calm; Willi am Wolf. Cairo;
. M. Onierloh. li. I. liilllic'sley. St. Louis;
h. Under, l alro; ,1. V. Clciusun.'t aledonla.
(iKM'.ItAI. IlANKIMi lit INESS HONK. Kt
2 chaUL'.- suld nnd bu:ii;!it. Interest paid in the
Savines department, l ullectlon made nnd nil
bll-iuesS prolliptly ailelKb-d to.
rjMIE CITV NATIONAL HANK,
CAPITAL, 8 100,0 00
W. p I! AU.IUAY, J'.'.-.t.t.'f.t
li. I.. IIA1.1.IHAV. Mee-M.-ldetit.
w.!.ri:i, aisi.ti!'. i Jhi.T
s. stmts T.iv:.i'!'., w . V 11.11! ttiAV.
IOM1V I.. II l, !t. . ::. 11. I I N MM.IIAM,
'i. II. tt!IUl-"N. srKI'IIKS una l,
II II. I IMHK
Exchanf, ( I'itt.uiil I'nited States P.omU
li'll.llT AND soldi.
Iejo:'. rei.-A.V atut a S"tii-M": Im-'u'.ii-.' titi-tij.
pNTEKl'RISE SAYINGS RANK.
Cli.Utered Miirh :tl. V.W.I .
OFFICK IN CITY NATIONAL RANK.
( 'iiil 't, lllituiiit.
INT:-:r.:Tpi! t or. d-po.i'M M in h 1st and s,.;i.
te-ii'i-r ls. .-e.t ut ultodriii'i U added im
mediate.) t. th" ;f!a,-:;-.4: "i- di'pw.its, there!.)'
tf'.v;a.i t!ivK luatpuuuj iuf" '.
tflC'iililren and nurti.'-! ..i:i-n tuav ile nsli
money aud no one t Ue can di .i.v It.
WALTER HYSLOP. Tiseai-keii.
1'.oiT AM."!I'K MVKKU.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER
ATI! LNKL'.M P.CILDINt;.
Commerci.i: Av..t '".:t-i I '.,,.., Ill
S;V.baU'ls .-veuiii I ttllK). 111.
rPAKK plea.-'ii- in nnnouneitito hi. put toes and
1 the public L'e.er.c;v thit ! hid recein-.J the
t'.nest and tnot si-I -i t stock of Leathers or eer
description eve: hre.'i'ut lihl cit'.. Ail work lii
his line exerat -d promptly und In the hot nntr.er.
F.ntir" satisfactien ;-lc:i hi vv-ry i'.i-t.ince. 1'.
to suit tue times.
The Cairo Box ami Ribket Co.
w:u, ri tiMsii
Flooi-in:. Sklinyr. Lath.Kte
At the very lowest rales.
IIa in? a Heavy Stock of Lot? on Hand,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDER
On the iihorteais o!ue,
SPECIALTY made of STEAMBOAT H'MDEll,
IV Waalso maun fact are KKl-IT HOX. MATERIALS
tracker, C'undv I'acklnit Ilnxea suivca, lleadlius
J ACOR WALTER,
IDcalor in Krcwh ltat.
HctVV t't'll "W'tiHhiojf ton riml (.Vtii
Jiioivliil Av., tuljoitiing IIiuhivh.
KKEt'S Tor sate the best Ileef, 'rk. Mutton. Veal.
Laiiib, Saiisau'e, Ac., and Is prepared toaer
families In an acceptable tuuiitier.
PAINTS, OILS. WALL I'.U'Klt. KTl'.
Window (iliiss, Window sliitut-s. Elo.
Ahvuya on Imtid He ole'med n.t.nnSATiMt
litocV Hiilldlri Com. I T'lifM HI
COM ME lit IAL AVE. betiveen lltTlland
SIXTH STS.. CAIKO, ILL.
IIOlISi: SIIOKINti a stieclnltv. LVpaliin ' of nil
II kinds ol lehlcles iloin in ally und mi short i d
th e. at the lowest possible cost,
WATCHES. JKWELItY, ETC.
Watclimakor it Jeweler
NO. 10 EKIIITH STREET,
Hi tu sen Com merclal and i '.i!ii Mil
Washiu-tou ave.., llllO, 111.,
FINE WATCilWOKK A SPECIALTY.
( T'Eiit'.iilli.' and all kind- of rej airlL.' a ::
All kinds of Solid Jcnelrv imnle to on'.' r
J JALLIDAY P.ROTIIKRS,
d::.m .r.n i
FLOl'R, (iIJAIN AND HAY
Hitflicst Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
WHOl.XsU.K WINE AND I.l'Jt 'iK' j
K. l. Stoelilleth.
Stockflhtii i: Rross,
Shi e.-urs to K. V. StoeVfi't j,
l:n jii'tM-M mid W lil:ili ili'iil'TM in
Foreign and Doincstie
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Ilhille. Kelly Island, tbu. Califon.ia srid
ported port, sii.-rri, Murtrj Wine and i :..i
No. r,:0Iiii, Levee. Cairo. 111.)
V iioie-aii. j'j.l 1,'et.iil I J - ii ' - r i t 1
Foreiirn ami DonuMie Liquor-,
Wines ot all Kinds,
NO. (id OHIO LEVEE. 1
Mhss.is. SMYTH A CO. have rons'iiel,- a Iv -
stock of the best '.'oods iu the market aud "tve
e.e. l il atteutiou to ihe w hoaie branch ol't i '
rym: oreat English remedy !
(ill.VY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
Id kiioc'i 1 1 1- ...
TRADE M?K ,'
n- iiu nn-
liiiiiiii; iiire for
Seminal U -n k n . .
'spermuturhea. I tu -poteuiy,
disease that fol
low us a si ipii'in !
on selfabiise; n
Loss (,f .Memory,
Before Takinsr.UVrV.:!,, 'i," MUfter Taking
Hack. Dimness of the Vision, Premature Old A--and
many other diseases that lead to lnaiiitv. I on
suuipllon and a Premature (.rave, all of hl'ch as a
rule ure first caused by dcvlatlinr from the path of
nature und ovcr-liidulijeiiec. The specific .Medicine
is the result of a life study and many veins of ex
perience ill treating these special illseiis'i s
Full particulars in our pamphlets, which we de
sire lo send free hv mall to every one.
The SpcclHc Medicine Is solil hv nil dm at
1 per package. r six packages lor . or" will b"
sent by mail on receipt of the money- hv aihlrosin
TllK OIIAV MEflK INK CO.. "
1 1 i"' etechaulc-s lllock, Dktiioit. Mich.
. 'V" ( '"r"; ,'l't u-Stm"' '!
by DrilL".lsls everywhere.
Obtiilned for new InveiitloiiH. or for Improvements
on old ones; for medical or other compound, trade
murks and labels, Caveats, Assl'inmeuts, iitr
feretices. Appeals, Suit" for InfrTiitfeiuents, nnd
all cases ari-lii'j under the Patent Laws, prompt
ly intended to. Invention that have been
u F i vi ifr v i '' l',,,,'nt "" "tin.
ilia' 1JJ L I i I In most en ses, be liateiiieil hv
us. Itelnif oplioslte the L". S. Patent Ilei'iirtinenl,
and enimncd in Patent biistnesa exclusively, we can
make closer searches, und secure Patents mure
promptly, ami with broader claims, than those win,
an- remote from Washington.
1 X Y1THN,',""I ni'del or sketch of
li ral 1 V'lXtl yuiir device; we make ex
iiiuliiiillons nnd ndvlse iih to piiteutnlillltv. free uf
rhui'Ue. All eorrespotidetii'e strictly eotilbleiitlal
Prices low , and no i liumc utilesH Patent I. secured.
We refer til WtlshliiKlnti, to lion. Posttiin.ter
(lenernl D. M. Key. ltcv, F. D. Power. The Oerman
Amerlcan Nnllpniil Hunk, to otllcluN Iu the I . s.
Pitteul Olllce, und to Senator mid Kepresentatite
In Conirress; and especially to our client In i.,.ry
Stale In Ihe I'nloii and lul'uuiidii, Address
C. A. SNOW CO..
Opposll!' Piitent Olllce. f ushltiitton. D. V.
i-Vii 1NVENTOI1S AND MECHANICS.
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PATENTS mid how lo olilaln them. PaiiipM r
110 pai free, upon receipt of Stamp for olu
Aildreiis OILMoHK. SMITH .v. ( ii.,
Solliltot of Paletit. Hut ai..