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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, J 879.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALKXANDKROCNTV.
M. II. Harrell, Ktlitor.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois
lartBt Circulation ol any Daily In
Ik Carl ProUel, f Pretzel's Illus
trated Weekly, could only persuade tlio
public to estimate him at the value he
places upon himself, he would he the great
est mnn in America.
Tub New York Evening Post, like most
othei newspapers in the country, takes
anything but kindly to the election
of John A. Logan as senator from Illinois.
It considers it improbable that any man
less fit for the position could have been
found in the Htate, and pronounces his
ignorance both "presumptuous and aggres
sive." It is this class of men, however,
vihn are to be depended on for the "boom
ing'1 of the Grant movement.
Tub vigorous and bloody war between
Carl Schurz and Gen. Sheridan is taking a
form of harrowing complication, in that
Gen. W. T. Sherman had dashed into the
iray, and now with gory locks and distend
ed nostrils is making things lively in the
direction of the scarlet rag. It was a spec
tacle affording, rare exhileration to sec the
pudgy Sheridan and the skimpy Schurz
tied up in a hard knot and practising the
old familiar gouge, but now that t he wiry
Sherman has enthusiastically bounced in
with a view of having a three-handed row,
the scrimmage is assuming painful propor
tions. Meanwhile the Cheyennes are Ixjing
gently but firmly massacred, and a general
uprising of the Northwestern tribes looms
beautifully in the serene and immediate
If President Hayes nominates Stanley
Matthews fur the Supreme bench, on the
retirement or death of Judge Hunt, a howl
of indignation should go up from every
fair-minded man in the United States. It
would outrage justice and fair-dealing no
grossly that no decent man could repp's
his feelings of disgust for the author of th
outrage. Ohio fills two places on the Su
preme bench already, and to give bur u
third, while the whole South has no repre
sentative at all on that bench, would be un
Oliioism that would dwarf Grunt's nepn
tisiir into nothingness. If the
man from Ohio" who usurps tli pixsidmcy
were not insensible to all clv.iins of justice,
he would, long ago, lmve scorned the
intimation of a possibility that a third
Ohio man would be placed boidc W'ai'.e
and Sw yne. Had he been a linn iiiiiii, iii
whom the jteojili; Imd conhMenc -hud his
administration Ix-i-ri of a character to in
pire geri'-ral respect, no man would have
thought it jxssil!i: that he could ignore the
claims of thirteen States, and pile honors
upon his own St -it', which hail been unduly
honored already. No man not wholly in
sensible to shame, and blind to the demand
of justice, could even patiently contemplate
such a thing.
One of the nmt discouraging signs of
the times, from a business stand-point, is
the large investments that are being nude
in the four per cent, government bonds, h
is true that the eagerness with which these,
bonds 'are "snapped up" betrays en
tire confidence in the honor ami
stability of the government; hut
it tells, neverthclew, nn ugly Nt(,ry
about the business of the times mid biui
jiess chances. It t'lUone of two things:
That there are no business ollVrings that
promise to pay better, or that capital is
too cautious or cowardly t seek a channel
where it will be actively employed. In
cither case, the effect upon the masses in
the lame, Tho nimicy of the oieintry is
not necking investment In business, and
while the government continues, as now, to
compete with badness for the luu of money
wo cannot expect any considerable in
vestment of means in factories, in com
merce, or business or industrial schemes of
any kind. Let the government withdraw
her competition, and men of means, rathet
than let their capital lie idle, will overcome
their timidity, and tho millions that now
flow Into the governmental coffers will be
invested, in part, at least, in business and
productive industries. Until that time we
can scarcely hope for pcrmaneut thrift and
general prosperity, in any section of the
STRIKE; BUT HEAR ME."
The editor of the Cairo Sun demands
that the hoards of Equalization, Railroad
and Warehouse, and State House Commis
sioners, the members of which, he says, draw
fat salaries from the State Treasury, be
To what impulse or feeling this demand
of tho editor of the Sun is ascribable, we
confess we are unable to determine. Cer
tainly no friend of the people who iscogsi
zant of the value of the sen-ices rendered
by the commissioners enumerated, could
wish the boards abolished, or their sphere
of usefulness in any manner limited or re
stricted. Take, for instance, the State Board of
Equalization. It is a moderate estimate to
place tho amount that has been saved to
Alexander county, through the action of
this board, at $40,000. In 1S74 our assess
ment was reduced one-half, so that, instead
of paying State Tax to ths amount of $24,
000, we were, through an equitable equali
zation of otir assessment, compelled to pay
only $12,000. In 1873, the reduction upon
our property was about S3 per cent, which
saved us ?S,000. In ISTG it averaged ulout
80 per cent, relieving us of the payment of
about $6,0 )0. In 1877, the amount saved
was more than $.",000, und prior to 1 S74 we
savjd fully $10,000. But for the State
Beard of Equalization, every dollar of this
$11,000 would h.;vc been wrested from tho
hard earningsof our people, and turned over
into the State" treasury. Until our revenue
system undergoes a radical change for the
better, the Board of Equalization will be a
necessity. Hut for its intervention Alex
ander county, and three-fourths of all the
counties of Southern Illinois would, since
the organization of the lward, have paid
from 20 to 50 per cent, more than their
equitable share of State taxes.
The Board of State House commissioners,
which the Sun would have alxdished be
cause it is an expensive superfluity, serves
the public without any compensation what
ever. A? to the Railroad and Warehouse com
missioners it is well knoAn that the useful
ness of that body has been considerably
hampered by suits involving the constitu
tionality of the law prohibiting extortiou,
which were carried to the Supreme Court
by the railroad companies against which
they were instituted. The court has with
held its decision for uearly three years; and
until it is promulgated, further action un
der the law is, in effect, forestalled. Mean
while the board has frequently been culled
upon to arbitrate differences be'.ween rail
road corporations and the people. Iiiuin
erable abuses have been corrected i:i this
manner, which, otherwise, could oi.ly have
b-eii righted through protracted nndexpen-
pensive litigation. And the very fact of
the existence of such a board has a re
straining died Uoii the railroads. The
knowledge that the board steps in as the
representative of the public to punish
wrong-doing, bus rescued tho people from
extortion ami a thousand other grievances,
which, otherwise, tin y would have inevita
bly suffered. Railroad companies have n
contempt for the resistance or remonstrances
of a sing'e individual, knowing as they do,
that they can readily law him to ruin or
submission, Rut not so, when they m-e
compelled to deal with the State, the whole
people, lepreseiiti d in thi! Railroad commis
sioners. They are brought face to face
with a power greater than their own a
power that commands their respect and can
compel their obedience. For the now ful I y
uscertained reason that' Railroad commis
sioners are essential to the protection of
the public from wrongs which no
individual can right, no less than
sixteen Slates of the Union have or
ganized boards of Railroad and Warehouse
connnissioiicrslike that of Illinois. I.nliana,
Georgia and North Carolina are about to
"follow suit" in this particular, und it will
not hi; long until all the States are simi
Under the direct supervision of this
board is the grain inspection of Chicago.
This important service and the rules for its
government have become so popular that
the Legislature h is been petitioned to en
net a law that will permit of their applicu
tion to other cities, Cairo among the rest.
Grain, of Chicago inspection, commands in
New Orleans and other great markets, from
u cent tin cent mid a hall more than any
other grain upon the niuilM, ,,ml fni0
oilier reason than that is don stly and
In view of nil these f..d, and others that
might be recited, the suggestion that Illi
nois, tho greatest of grain-growing and
railroad States, should abolish her board of
Railroad and Wuruhouse commissioners,
for the reason only that its maintenance
costs from $1 '.1,000 to $20,000 a year, is not
the suggestion of prudence, nor of a desire
for tho public welfare, i
The death batk of our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from the most msignigcaiit origin. At this
season of the year especially, n cold is such
a common thing that in the hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often find too late, that a
Fever and Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
every winter, while had Boshec's German
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large billot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and lungs.
Boschee's German Syrup litis proven it-elf
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of it) wonderful effect. Over
030,000 bottles sold last year without a
single tailure known.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
i-ked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Ho they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. 30cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Batk or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Piaster. Price 23 its. For .-ale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
lOcts. and 73 cts. For sale by Barclay
"Ha( kmkt.uk" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
South Amkkica ami South Kits Unitkd
States. Owing to the warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid livers, indigestion, and all dis
eases arising from disordered stomach mid
bowels. They should, of course, at all
times keep the liver active, and to our read
ers we would recommend Tabler's Vege
table Liver Powder; taken in time, it will
often save money and much suffering.
Price 50 cents. Barclay Brothers, agents,
' The Buckkvk. It is a well established
fact, that Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment
will cure, if used according to directions.
Eseulus Hippocastanum, or Horse Ches
nuts, commonly known as the Buckeye, has
been highly esteemed for many years,
owing to the fact, that it possesses virtues,
lying in the bitter principle called Esculin,
which can be utilized for the cure of Piles.
If affected with that terrible disease, use
Buckeye Pile Ointment and be relieved.
Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairo, Ills.
Ci he of DitiNKiNo. "A young friend of
mine was cured ot an insatiable thirst for
Liquor, that had so prostrated bis system
that he was unable to do any business. He
was entirely cured by the use of Hop Bit
ters. It allayed all that burning thir-t;
took away the appetite for liquor; made his
nerves steady, mid he has remained a sober
and steady man for more 4han two years,
and has no desire to return to bis cups,
and I know of a number ot others that
have been cured of drinking by it." From a
leading R. R. OIlLcr, Chicago' Ills.
A Caiid. To all who are sullering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay. o.-s of man-
h 1, Ac, I will send a i" i) that will cure
you, fiu;k of ciiaiihi:. This great remedy
was discovered by a mis-ioiiary in Sou'li
America. Semi a half-addressi'd envelope to
the Rev.JosKnt T. Inm an, Station I). Bible
House, New York City.
(n:iiY. Why w III men smoue common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bin's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the sane price!
Cliicw Jackson's best Sweet Nivy To
XKUTult's Ml iCK.
lTTi: nf Mil 1 1 A K I . Dol'IIAN, lir.cK.SKIl.
The tiii(!i .lu'iio(l, liuvliii! Iirca iirpiltn , ,.nl.
t tlx of the liel will mill tc-lnmeiit nf M 'Inn'l ),,n
U'MII lille nl Hi. enniilyol' Aie.miiHlel'. him sm, i .
Ii. lis. im i ii-i-i, lo-rehv ulve llnlli e licit Hie i ill mi
prill m'!'c,m ,' cnlllin f-i HI It III ' Alexiintl 'Iccinmv lit
Die miii'l In. use in Culm, nl llui March lean, mi the
I Memliiy In Mnri'l l, ill wlilc, h,.
pi'lmilll' lliolnu I'lllllllM lleillllsl Klllll c-IUM .,. -
tilled mill rcqnenicd In ulO'lnl lor the uih.-r of
Inivlii the suine inlJiMcil. All pcrsnm i iiclt'tit
ed In hiiIiI cst.'iin me o iiieted to in ile1 iiiin Vlute.
n iii. nl to n. uinlerKii'iied.
I:iteil lilts '.'.'ml diirnl .lioinnrv. A. I. K'l
I.I.I. UN DOl'UAN. r.MTiihlx.
JOTHH OF SALK.
in piiMiniice i.f ii n order or IIic.Mcviii,,.,.,.'...,.....
conri. rendered in iln .liwiinrv term t'lcm IM'u
lll llieeil.e of .u. (.mincy Vs. NeMli (..'.n !'
Iltnolli.vllntli.ey. W llllniii 1,'ntViiev nn. , .,-' , . e
l.e.y, prtlll,,,, lor ,riltl, wlUoiler Ir
Hiiiiiidnv. l'chnmrv isth, is;n. m n vi,hl ", .
he Iron! door ..rilie court UI1,1H1. flllr
lie 1ollol.,jol of "round. lo; . , . "ft
H.Kk No. .is, in ti. nisi ndiiitiiiii to 1(: r
t iilrn. '") l"
Tunis -Om lmll' i ,.,, ,.,h,.,. ,,,, .
vcr. villi a per eenl. inter, .t fer!,,,,, !, !
h.i' n r oiiul icvutlt, mid IriM n I, ""r,a
'"IIN A IMKVK
, , . K lal Meter ice,,',,, '
iliituii.rj 17, oimr,.
From a Distinguished Physician.
yonliiulu disease has ontiiileil moru aull'erliijr or
A' liHMcned the lirenkii 1111 ollliecolihlltiitloulliuii
(.'ftlnrrli. Tu sunau of smell, of taste, ol slht, of
lieiirlnu. the liiiinim voice, the inlnii. one or moru
mid Koinelhues nil yield to lis detractive Inlliienco.
The jhiIhuu dlsirlhiitea tliroiwlioiit tho ayatem at
tucks every vltul lorcu and breaks u)tb most ro
bust of coustltutlaiiN. Ju'iiored because but Mttlo
understood bv phvuiclnns, linpnteiitly availed by
quarks and cfmrlu'tans. those nitierluu' fi" It havo
but Utile hoe to he relieved i f it tills side of tho
(jravo. It la lime, then, that the popular treatment
of lliln terrible dlrensebv remedies within the reach
of all passed into hunifn at once, eoiniielunt and
trustworthy. The new and hitherto untried method
adopted by Dr. Sauford In the preparation of hla
liAiiic.M. t'ciiK tiHM wou in v heart v approval, i be
lieve It likely to succeed When all the usual reme
dies fall, because ii strikes at the root ol the disease
vlx., tho aeidllled blood, while It heals the ulcerated
membrane bv direct omilicution to the nasal nasaa-
Ki'. Its net t on Is bused on certain Oxed rules, and
unless the vital lorces are loo lar exhausted, must
lu the irrual majority of cases effect a cure.
1K0. IlKAllli. M.I).
Nohscoll lllock. So, Karmlnijton, Uct. 1, IS7t.
SAflFOIlira RADICAL CUBE
MAY safely claim to he one of tho few popular
remedies rcceiviui; tho approval of medical sen
lleineij, who. iu private, not only freely recommend
it but use It In their families in ((reference to any ot
the preparations usually prescribed bv phvslclans.
"You are aware." said a distinguished cfly physi
cian, "that my obligations to the Mass. 'Medical
hoclety are such thai I cannot publicly recommend
or prescribe Ihe Itadb al I'ure; hut since 1 received
so in net relief from the use of it myself, after a
thnroimh trial of Hie luual remedies. I have pri-
vatfiv iniviseii ii use, ami presume i iise sent 10
to your store no less I ban ouu hundred of my pa
tients for it. '
I X 1 V KRSA I. SATISFACTION.
1 ENTI.KMKS :Ve have sold SAsroun's It.wii.
" cm. Ci UK tor nearly one year, and ran any randid
ly that we never sold a similar prfnaratlen that Kve
such universal satisfaction. We, have to learn tho
first complaint yet.
We are not lu'lhe habit of recommending patent
medicines, but your prepsrail jn meets the wanls of
thousands, and we think those sfftlctcd should he
convinced of Its jrreat merit so thai their suUerlni;
will lie relieved. WctiavcDcen in the ftriij husi
uess for the past twelve vesrs "oiistantlv. and sold
everything for t'alarrh, but yours leads nil the rest.
ii j nn see proper you can uu this letter or anv pait
of it that von w ish.
Very truly yours. S. I) IlAt.DWIN A CO.
Wholesale aud lift u 11 Dealers iu line's, I'.ooks and
MatlMiicry, Washington, I ml.. Feb. 2,, ls;ii.
Each package con'ains Dr. Sanford's Improved
I ub ul i ii 14 Tube, and full directions for its
U'e lu all cases. Price, One Dollar. For
sale by all wholesale and retail dniL'ists and
dealers throughout the l ulted Mates and Canada.
WKKKS is I'OTTKK. (ieiieral A-ents and Whole
sale l)rui;e;lsu, Hoston. Mii-.
An K.lectro-tiulvenlc llatterv comlilneil nitli a
liljjhlv Medicated Streiijrlln niiii I'lnstcr, totiu
liii; tho best Fluster tnr pains ami aches iu the
World of Medicine.
A a vrand curative and restorative a si lit l not
equaled by any element or medicine in the history
ol the heallic: art. I'nless Ihe vital spark hn tied
the bodv. re-loratlon by means of electricity it pos
sible. It Is the last resort of all physicians and sur
(eons, nud bus rescued thousands, apparentlvdead,
from an untimely grave. hcn no utter human
aiMicy could have succeeded. This is the leaking
curattNe elenieut In this Plaster.
BALSAM and PIXE.
The healing properties of our own fnstrant bal
sam aud pine and the mini" of the East are too well
know u to require description. Their urulefnl heal
Iul'. soothlnif and strenirthenlm; prowrtlea are
known to thousands, Wheu combined in accord
ance with late and important discoveries in phar
macy, their hcalitij! and strenifthcnlnif pronertles
are Increased leu fold. In this respect our Plaster
is the best lu use without thu aid of electricity.
TWO IX OXE.
Thus combined we have two fraud medical agents
in one, each of which perf rins its function and
unitedly produces more cures than any llm nieut,
lotion, wash, or Plaster ever before com'poiimled lu
the history of medicine. Try oue. Pbick a Cen ts.
Sold by nil Wholesale aud lletall DniL-'.'Uts
throiiL'hout the I'nited Mates and Cnnadns. and
by WEEK.s A I'OTTKK. Prourletors. lioston M.i-.
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Coiiimert'iul Avenue ami Eighth Street.
F. IilfOSS. President.
P. N EPF. Vli e Presbiit.
II. WELLS. Cashier.
T. J. KEilTll, Assistant Cashier.
F. Mros". Cairo: William Kluire. Cairn;
Peter Neff, Culto;
William Wolf. Cairo:
C, M. Osterloh.
E. Under, Cairo;
It. L liilllnu'shy. St. Louis;
J. Y. Clciiisou, Caledonia,
t OENEItAL HAS KIN'fi Hl'SINESS DON E. Ex
1 chauu'e sold and bought. Interest paid In the
Savings l)eiintmeiit. l ollections made and all
business promptly attended lo.
rjHIE CITV NATIONAL HANK,
W. P. IIAI.I.IDAY, President.
11. L. I! ALI.IDAV, Vice I'ir.lilent. .
WAl.TLK II YSLOI', Cashier.
s. sta STS TAVIOH, W. I. ll.M I riiAV,
IICMlV I.. II A 1,1.1 II A V. I!. II CI SMVe.llAM,
o. II. H U.I.IAM-O.V, STU'IILN IU1II1,
II. II. ('AM)LK.
r.xi liiiii'o, Coin timl United States I'.oiuls
lHit tillT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and a general hanking business
jjNTEKl'UIE SAVlNi;." HANK,
Clnii'teivil Marcli ill, i;u;;.
OFFICII, IS CITY NATIONAL HAXK,
INTKliEs'l' paid on itepo-lls Mav.'h 1st imd Sep.
Ii'inberl-t, Interest not w ltbdia n is adileil Im
nieilbilely to the principal of i lie d.To!ls. thereby
giving them eo.iipoiind Ink'tvn, ,
X fTCniliiriMi anil lmivrlml woiiien w ,epoi-lt
money uinl no e.ie else niti ilnnv It.
WALTER UYSLOI', Tiikam iti.n.
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
P.OOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Avenne, I M. !.,.,, Ill
Comer Eighth itroet tllllO, 111.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hiffhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
PAINTS OILS WALL PAI'EH. ETC.
t Y. BLAKE,
M U Kit IS
Paints, i Is, Va rn islies. Brushes
Whitlow Glass, Window Shades, Etc.
Always oa hand the ce'.ebral-d im.: hinatinu
A i r o v a Oil.
Bross' Bulldlne. Com-1 f.iii-rt 111
mercial A.. f 1-(II1U, 111
WATl'IlKS. Jf.WLI.IlY. KP .
Watchmaker & Jeweler
0. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Between Commerc ial and I
Washington aves., (
FINE WATCHWORK A SPECIALTY.
r"Kn(rrvlcs and all kinds of rspairlas neatly
tT All kinds of Solid Jewelrv made to order.
WHOLESALE $K AND I.TjlOR'.'
F. M. StocknetU. Fretlollu l',ros.
Stockflktii & lROSS,
Suciessors to K. M. Slix'kflslh,
lmportors ami AVIioIbuIw clettlcrHiit
Foreign and Donicstic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Ithlne. Kelly Island, Catawba. California and Im
ported 1'ort, hherry, .Medara Wlues aud Cham.
NoslWOhioLcvcc. Cairo, 111.
Wholesale and Ilelall Dealers In
Foreign and Domostic Liijuors
Wines of. all Kinds,
Ko. en oilio LEVEE.
MKSSl.'S SVVTII CO. Iiiiveciiii.tiiiitle a la'.-e
stock of the best iroods In the market imd i:!e
especial alteMiou to Ihe wholesale liiaucli of the
business. MK T MARK K'l',
XEW MEAT MARK KT.
ST HAM .MOATS.
Miftief the Ilnffalo Head.
No nl. (thiol
KOKI1LKR EliOS., I'roiirlt'lors,
.IO.N AUKI.L. Aiieiit.
i V. .t ,i , ""MTri mini in iiuv
I""" - 'HI! ' 1 1 1 I I . . 1 I
J 0 SKLIi AV in liiirl limes von
if hi.., ' l'" ' It Isonielblnnof
II.mI Value to li.., ., ,IM, m, r ftu-li Im Hint.
IflMIIll loV priced bnnlj, 1
I'oMi'AMuN M. 7SSStast.
rVilli ''V'-'V;'- " i..lsr..r .'vcryihlnir nud
ir 1,1, I '.,,., univiTsallv nselVI b.ml.ever
V i. u i ; l ''""i-v t.t ail hii.vsr. t nlsells
cv..!.ih!i,u.. A-.nxr.s WAN'TKI). Address.
'UIMKU U, St, Louis Mo.
Johnson's Anodyne I.lulment v. Ill posl'lvoly nro
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Si.'ruiiitorhea. I in -polenry,
diseases timl o.
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Buforo Takinz HtVL l ".I.Uftc; Minrs.
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and many ntli.-r illeiies thai lend to liimlt r.'n
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nature and over-luililli'euee, TI.e ripeelllc M.-.l. iue
Is the result of a lile study and niiinv vears O (..
perlence III Irenllii' these s.ecial dlsei'is'. s.
Full p.irlieiiliir In our puniplileis, which Mule
sire lo send live b mull to everv oi.e.
The Speclte Meiliclii.i Is sulil ,v ,, drui.".'l ,,
Jl per pm kiiire, or six .m kie.'es for f.'i, or l!il.e
sel.l by lllall oil reeelpl I.I Hie inollev I iv llibllessliit
'I'll K OKAY MKfiU'lNK I o.
. l'l Meclntile's lllock, Hr.rui.ir. Mi.-i.
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on old ones; tnr incillcul or other coia pounds, Irmle
marks nn. I labels, riiuats. A-sluiniieiiis, Inier
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nil cases iirl-lie; iiuiler Hie I'uteiit Laws. .r..mp.
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lllld I'litfiieeil ill rutelil business e.clilsiiely, He call
liinke cloer se.ui-lies, and secure I 'n I ,-ii I ii.,-,.
prouiptlv. und wltli br ler claims, tlinn those u ho
are i-ein.iie from W iHliliitnn.
I V ' I.' YTnlfsJ ""'".I t's n model or rtieich i.r
k liil I ' ' ' O ' jour ilevlce; we Uiu,e ex
iiniliiiillons iiiid ndvlse ns to paletiliibli , h,v nf
cbiirite. All ciiirespoiiiletiee nrletly rouildetillul.
Prices l.ivv. lllld no chiil't'e unless Puleiil Is secured,
We refer lu Wii"hliii;toii. I.. Ilou. I'.e immier
(ieneral l. V. Key. Kev. F. D, potter, ' he ( ,eiiniiii.
A t.i.-rl. on Niitlonul Punk, lo ollldiils lu the t . ts,
Puleiil Olllce. and lo Scliiilol's und l.'eiesenti,thes
in cmiisivss: iit.il esieclall.v lo our clients In cierv
Hlille iu the I'niou mid Ml Cuiiinla. Address
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