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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COCSTY.
K. A. Uarnott,
"DliMeie lucY Is a sentiment not to be appalled,
currtipted or compromised. It knows no baiicne-s.
cowers to no daugcr, oppresses no weakness. Fear
, fieucrijiif nd humane, it rebuke the arropmt,
cherishes honor, and sympathises with the humble.
It asks nothinc but what It concede; it concede
nothitiR but what it demands. Destructive only of
despotism, it I the sole conservative of liberty, la-
boraad property. It Is the sentiment of freedom,
i if equal obligations. It in the law of nature per
vading the law of the laud. The stupid, the sel
fish, the base in spirit may denounce it as a vulvar
thins; but in the history of our race the Demo
cratic principle has developed aud Illustrated the
highest moral and Intellectual attribute of utir
uature. Ye, this 1 a noble, limnnuiiinioti. a sub
lime sentiment, which expand utir allections, en
larges tho circle of our sympathies aud elevutcs the
soul of man until, claiming an equality with the
best, he rejects a dnwortby of his dignity any po
1 Itlcal immunities over the humblest of hi fellow.
Yes, it Is an cuuobllnR principle; aud may that
ftplrit which animated our fathers in the Revolution
ary contest for Its establishment continue to ani
mate us, their son, In the Impending strusdc for
Its preservation." WILLIAM ALLEN
The Illinois Central 1ms tlcfluitcly de
cided to use again the Vaiulalia line as its
St. Louis connection as so6n as its con
tract with the Wabash expires.
California votes next Wednesday for
State officers, members of Legislature runl
members of Congress Hayes carried the
State for President in 1870 by a majority
of 2.S03. Intholato Congress the Con
gressional delegation was divided two
Democrats and two Republicans. The
Democratic majority in tho Legislature last
year was 44 on joint ballot 1C in the
Senate and 28 m tho House.
In deciding a question involved in a
suit between Ames and the United States,
tho Supremo Court has daclared that the
owner of domestic or other animals not
naturally inclined to commit mischief, such
as dogs, horses and oxen, is not liable for
hiiy injury committed by them to the
person or personal property of another,
unless it be shown that such owner pre
viously had notice of the animal's mis-
chisvous propensity, or that the injury is
attributable to some other neglect on his
part. Previous notice is an essential con
dition to the recovery of damages.
The Ohio it Mississippi railroad track
is being laid with steel rails as rapidly as
the orders which they have given can be
filled. Of .31,000 tons of uM iron rails
which they sold to the 'Indianapolis
rolling mill some 8,000 tons have been de
livered. The general offices of the road
will, on the 1st of October, be removed
Jrom St. Louis to Cincinnati. Tho chief
reason assigned for this change is that it is
understood that at no distant day the
Baltimore it Ohio company, which owns
the O. &, L, will also control the Louisville
& Nashville and Great Southern. In this
event headquarters, to be convenient and
centrally locatad, should b! tit Cincinnati.
WAS IT A UIGHTEOUS SHOT?
Since De Young, who shot Kalloch, has
bad an opportunity to make a defence of
his conduct, ho has succeeded in putting
quite a differeut face on tho affair.
Homo time ago a man named Napthaly
was discharged from tho Chronicle ulliee
by the Do Vounirs, and in a spirit of devil
tsh resentment ho wrote the article in tlio
Hun, denouncing the Do Youngs as the
bastard on of a bawd. Kalloch, a few
lay before the tragic occurrence that put
his life in such peril, called upon Nnpthuly
for a copy of tho paper. Napthaly then
told Kalloch that tho article was false; but
Kalloch insisted upon his demand for a
copy of tho paper, finally offering
fifty dollars for it. Ho was still refused;
but from some other quarter succeeded in
obtaining the coveted paper. But Napthaly
Iking fully determined that if Kalloch did
use the slander that he, Napthaly, had pub
lished, he should not he unappraised of its
utter falsity. In pursuance of this deter
mination he repaired to the stand from
which Kalloch was about to speak, and
there again told him to rate the boys as ho
might feel inclined, but to say nothing
about the mother, whom he knew ns a ven
erable gray-haired woman, who had always
lived it circumspect and virtuous life. In
the very face of all these assurances
Kalloch read portions of the slan
derous article to the multitude
that had gathered about him, and
concluded by denouncing the two De
Young boys as "'the bastard sons of a pros
titute.'' Of what followed, the reader of current
news is already informed. But for the
manner in which the foul slander was
punished, there are now but few men who
properly venerate the sacred name of
'.Mother," who are not ready to declare that
the punishment was just.
De Young's attack upon Kalloch simply
embodied tacts that were widely published,
twenty years ago, and most of them were
and are believed lie truths. Kalloch was
aud is a candidate for an important office,
aud his moral and intellectual fitness for
the Dlace, was and is a legitimate subject
of discussion. Slanders, that were known
to bo slanders, of a gray-haired and re
spected old mother, were not legitimate
weapons of campaign warfare, and the
number ot mothers and sons i:i the land,
who (putting aside the cowardice of the
mode) will not declare that Kalloch was
justly punished, is by no means as large as
it was, aud day-by-day is growing less.
OU1? WASHINGTON LETTER
Washington, D. ('., August 27, IST'J.
Hev. Isaac S. Kalloch, the workingmcn's
candidate for mayor of San Francisco and
who was assassinated in that city, on Satur
day last, was formerly for several years
pastor of a Uapti.st church in Rockland,
Maine, where lie attained much notoriety
for his active participation in party polities,
in the interests of the Republican party as
a co-laborer of Elder B. S. Peck, at that
time, one of the leading
spirits in the Republican party
of that State, and widely known
as a defaulter for a largo amount while
treasuier of tho State, Kalloch subse
quently removed to Boston where he as
sumed the pastorship of the Baptist church
worshiping in Trcmont Temple, and while
there became involved in a social scandal
which greatly affected Ins usefulness and
standing, and resulted in severing his con
nection with that society. He afterwards,
previous to his residence in California, spelt
several years in Kansas. The circum
stances and facts relating to the unfoitunate
affair in which he is the victim arc not at
this time sufficiently known to warrant
an expression of opinion in the mat tor.
Your correspondent lias this morning re
ceived direct and reliable intelligence from
one of the prominent and best informed
Democrats of one of the central counties of
Maine, which more than confirms the state
ments in my previous letters relating to the
progress of tho campaign in that
State, atsd leaves no doubt of the complete
defeat ol the llepublictui party then at the
approaching election. The tide is strongly
in favor of the Democratic and Orccnback
parties and accessions to their ranks tire
constantly occurring, many ot them having
been among the most active members of the
Republican party. Blaine is disbursing
motiey to an unlimited extent which is sent
to nil parts of the State for the purpose of
buying and corrupting the voters, but we
do not believe a sufficient number of the
class who can be bought with Blaine's cor
ruption fund can be found in the State to
effect the result.
An Authority on Black Eyes. Harry
Hill, the famous "Sport," is said to know
more about black eyes than the brightest
brunette in America, lie has given and
taken thousands in his time, and he s:ih
that the only thing winch will remove
them within twelve hours is (Jilts' Liniment
Iodide Amonia. Giles' Pills cures Con
stipation, Sold by all druggists. Send
for pamphlet. Dr. "Giles, lji.l West Proud
way.N. Y. Trial-size S3 cents, Sold by
Sick folks save money by buying the
medicine known as Kidney-wort,' his a
dry Veuetable compound of wonderful cfli
cusy in nil diseases of the liver and kid
neys. One package makes six quarts of
medicine which contains no poisonous
liquors bcitiLf prepared in pure water.
Sthhaky rutteu l'ninarket:ible,streaky
butter, can be avoided by u-ing the Per
fected Butter Color of Wells, Hichai'ilsnn
it Co., Burlington, Vt. At litidreds of tairs
this year, good judges have united In its
commendation. It has no precept i bio taste
Torpid Liver and Kidney poison the
blood, Kidiiev-Wort Tevlvi a tlii.m nt,.l
1 cleanses the system,
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST
A Seahcu Warrant allows nn officer to
CO through your house from ctdlar to gar
ret, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
Ac, wo warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic
For sale by all Druggists. See that our
name is on the bottom of tho wrapper.
R. E. Sellers & Co., rrop'is, Pittsburgh,
Pa. B arclay Pro's Agents.
Save you; children. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbcry's, expelled 2G4 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine, Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Ta. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Trice 23 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co..
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Ta. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The truth is mioiity and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that S odors' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billious
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by ail druggists. Price 23 cents. R.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
ATTACK MEN T NOTK' E .
Public notice is hcreV.v given to E. Ko. ks that on
the V.'th day ol M.iy, 7W. '. II. Woodwi.rdsued o:;t
ol the CirnVit Court of Alexander coun'y. Illinois,
n '.srit of iittr.rhnu i:t ttita'.tist :!ie estate "f E. Hooks
for 0 l J..e'. retarnalile on the third Monday of Sep.
teinlier, '.n!'. to a term uf f aid coar: then to he
holih-u in :he city ol Cairo, in said county ut.d
state, which wr:: of att.iclimen- has Ven levied
'lpon a lot of mcrct:imi!e. Now. ui.le-s E. E.ioks
lia'.l aiijiear.iivebatl and plmd witi.iu tie time
liiuited :..ir hi- appearance in such case, Ji:Ji;".;er.t
will he entettj and '.be estate sa attuihed
v-:l V.o s,.M . JOHN A HE EYE,
Cairo, 111., A'.tv.st Itli. It;:1. Circuit Clerk.
j'nVe notice : here"? itsvtsi to IL-ruau L vy
'bat on the I'.'th day ef'.I.;ly. A. D. if'.n. Henry
Vc!s sued ou: of the circuit co'trt of Alexander
ceiai.ty. Illinois, a writ of af.ac.'iti.ei;: a.ainl the
i stat jo: the said Herman Levy, fur 'i'.IT.oi. return
;:hie on the third Monday of septeinher. '.STW. to a
t rm iif -aid court then to he hmden In the city of
c 'airo. in s aid county and state, vhich writ ol at-:'!i:ne-r.!
lias been U-vVd upon lot lM. 'dock .7. in
-aid city "i Cairo. Now, unle-s the said Herman
Levy .hall appear, s'.w ha; I and plead within the
time limited Kir h: appearance in such case. Judg
ment wiii he entered and the e-siate -o attached
will he sold. JOHN A. REEVE.
Cairo, III., Aa.--.tst -Sth. 19. Circuit Cleik.
pUELK'ATlON NOTICE- CHANCERY.
State ok Illinois. i Circuit court of Alexander
Cocstv -it' AaLXANUir., (county. September tfrm.
A. U, .ti,'.
Wili'.am Tweed I'arker
E'.I.a'ieth Linker, William i on hill f .r partition.
Linker. Dyas K. I'urUer. .lode f
l urivi-r. tioteTt it . '.inning
ham. Lizzie R Hilr'lies J
A.Kejnvit of the nun re':der.ce of Ellzaheth'Llnker,
William Linker. Dyas E. Purser, of tie the elek-nil-ants
uhove mined, haviint tie u tiled in the ofihv of
ihe clerk of said circuit com: of .il, xander cr..nty,
notice ; lierehy dven :o the said non-resider.t de
feudnnts. that the cennpiainai.t 1,..-Ille'l his hill of
complaint ir. said court on the e t.r.nn ry side tln-reof
on the It th day of July. A. D. K.i Now. then-lore,
tiii'n-ss yon. the said Kli.:ahe--n Linker. Wi'.linin
Linker! Dyii" t". l'arker shall personally he und ap
pear before the said cln ait court of Alexin; h-r
conntv on the i',rt day of the next term the-reof. to
he holdcn at the court Iniiise in the city ol Caiio.
in said county, on the 1Mb day ed' Sentc'inher. A. D
1S7H. unii )i!ead. answer eir demur to the said coi.i
p;.'ii:mi.;'. hill of complaint, the stir:- and the n. al
ters and thines therein chured and s-ated. will he
taken as coniessed. and a deeree entered umi.-t
voti uccordlni: to the nravi r of said hill .
JOHN A. REEVE. Clerk.
(iititEN .t (iii.r.riiT. Complainant s Solicitors.
July 17th, is'.li.
Where-H. l.'hiistlrri Har.ny and I'r- '.'a V. lint.: v.
hy tiieirtr'ist deed he.irin.'' date the Mth day
April. A. I). '.S7'). and dinv recorded In the re-' 'ord
ers oii'icM of Alexander county, lilinnis. In hook i; ,,
deed-.in puiti-s and i. did (.'rant, harwin ai. l
sell to the lindersiL'iii d Horace Wardm i'. in tr'i-t
lortheilse und purposes therein expressed, the
f llouiiij; v -i-ilheel real estate', tn-wit: Lot I.'iL'i-hi-ri-d
one i!' In hlock numhere-il tweiity-six iji,,. in
the city of Cairo, co.ititj of AU-xandrr aud state of
Illinois, to seuire the pajnient of a
certain pror.ils ny note for the mm of
the thousand dollar" of e--,,ti
date with ai l di-' d. piyuiile' three years aftirr.
date thereof, to llor.uv W'aidlier as cuardiaii f . . r
N ina .lori." iisou, a niitior. or order with Inter;
from date n! the rate ot ten 1 1 r cent in-r anniiii; -'a-tervt
piiyulde senil-ann'ial'.v ; and whereas, tl. -principal
'of said note, iniioiititln. to rive tho'ir.iid
dollars, and the sum i,f i ao hundred atu' -Ivy-three
and iii'-l"i -loilars intere st thereon, is due i;
the date eif Ihi- notice and unpaid, and w!,. r
the holder of said note ha culled upon the uiol i
siitncd to sell the s'lid pn ml-es to satisfy tin -a.d
d'-ht and Interest. toi.'i-iier with iLe costs a:'-", ;
ins.' the execution eif said trust. Now th'-rcfiue.
hy viitu-.' eif the power .dveu me hv said de.-d of
tr'it,and in piiisuiincc wltb the pravis.ot s ti;. re
of, I will on
FRIDAY HIE ll'th DAY 't SEPTEMDER
A. D. )f,!i,
at the hour of tl o'clock, n. m . of said day, at the
court boils" door, ill the city of Cairo, in tberotn.ty
eif Alexillnier. state of liliiiois. proceed to sell, hy
Jiiihllc veiiirie. In the hit best bidder lorca-h, said
lot iiiimher, d erne (1 1 In liiock liuinhei-ed fAej,ty.
six e.'iii. in the city id i 'alio, county of Ale-Minder
and stnie of Illinois, toeieherwiih all rlu'bt ol re-.
deiiii!i,iu and houn stead exemption of Hie said
i hrlsiiaii Ilaniiy und I'rsula '. Huriny. The pur
chaser w ill he entitled to a deed,
Dan-d Ailiiust Is.. 1S7H.
HORACE WAriDNER, TrWec.
Samuel I". Wheeler attv. lor trustee.
WHEREAS. Wllihitn W. Thorn:, ,n and Martha
M. Thorii'nu, hy their certain Trust D-ed tinted
May the .'Mb. A. D IsuTniid reconh 1 in the Recorder-
nlllcc In Alexander County, m p,m,k "V." Rau
41. 'J and :i did convey to the uiniericin-d ns Trustee
the premise berelliulti r ilesi-rlhi-d to M-onie the
payui'-iit of seven t roinlsory imtes fur the sum of
otie thousand ( Hrto ilolhirs e-n -!i uii ,1 iiaviihli' re
speelivedy In four (4i live l'o six ol, s. v,, '(;j t,e;ht
isi nine i'ii and ten iim years li'mu elate., with inter
est at the rale of ten per cent r aiinum, pnvalile
si - id I - all li 'lal I y I nun en!.- and v In -reus live- fn of said
notes ate now elite ai d unpaid w th interest ou
same friiin the '.'Mb of May A il lsl I to lids diite.
And whei'i-as the rgn l.ohbrol said imtcs has
culled upon the liudersltiii d io .,') -in, i,einises
berehiiiltel'descrihed lo satisfy m(i jUt, h ln( utl,r.
Now thi refore In nurs-tiaiue of tK. urm of
said Deed ol Ti il'I Ihe iltiderl;ih d will,
ONTHVllsDAYTIir.4THD V01- M-"1'EMBER.
A. D. IS!'.'
between tt" lionn of ten (Jin o'clock A.M., mid 5
o'clock I'. M of sulil day, on the preiuhn'.. herein
after describe d In the city ol Cairn, l is , proceed
to sell at puMIc vendue to the hleh,..) ,i,,,r for
cash, the follow lin; described Lslutii, tn-wit :
l.ot lillliilier nine (to"li I KOelevi-tHlD twelvpll'l)
and thirteen (l;ii In liiock tiiiinlx r i.Mi i-u i i) tu
the- litsl addition to the clh of ( alrn. Inlniiin. ni
plnltiil by the Trustees of t ulrn ( .v proiiertv.
situated In Ihe County of Alxninl.-r. (illniiU mid
nil the rl.'hts iitid ciintv of r . 1 1 1 , , t i , , , , r
Wllil.un W". Thoriilon and Morthti M Thnriiton bli
Wife, their In Its, executors, Hellu hil t rt t ir ill d IIS
slitns tin rein, to s illsfy ssld trust ntnl nil i't', ,iUd
expense ii exe'etilitn( the "i-lni-
It K. M.MiSIIALL Tni.tim '
Hpi-:tn;ni-:d,iijuividij. i';. ' ln""'
A.ncl Paint and Oil Dealer.
Headquarters for Druggists, Physicians, General
Paints and Oils,
Patent .'Mod jcint.s,
Artist's Ma h;rial,
Fayei, Pencils, Pens,
Record, Copying and
And all Goods in our
Ohio Levee & Cojlvei;
and Eighth Street.
LIFE ASSDBASCK SOCIETY
ASSETS, Jasuarv 1, IbTf,
(No rren.iiini Notes.)
SLTJ'LUS over St-vt Million Dolhirs.
Tliu Most important tjucstign for
PA NY IS STRONGEST!"
Tliu fctronst company is tho one which
ASSETS FOR EVERY DOLLAR OK MAUILITIEH.
Of the seventeen lurgitst Lifo Insuriuux'
ot assets (cxcluuinj,' premium nutcsj to liuUlnicjn, the hijuitablu m iaryest, n ni 121. Ill)
Tho fctconJ largest is 110.77, nml the thir.l
t-tr"Tliese figures are froiu tlic ofRciul
ment, June 1, 1878.
Grow more populur every diiy, nml Hre iumlo a specialty.
Line at the ISirn of
ASST KA.' K.
tliostt insuring tlicir lives is "'WHICH COM
Inns tin' most dollars ok wki.i. invkmkd
Coiiiptiiiii s of the I'uitc il Mn
( S the rnti
report of the New Yoik Insurtirjce Depart
Cor, Twelfth Street,
THE WOKKINtiMAN'H KM ESI).
In those days of political trirkery. a true frier.d
in the time of need, is a Iriend Indeed; and sub
a Idem) Is
Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM for tho LUN(iS
It In a sure cure, fur
CONKL'MITION. COUGHS, COLDS. ASTHMA
and all diseases of tbe Luiij.', chest mid Tbroat
Thli well-known remedy him heeli used for
thirty years and Inisnu.-d tliutisHiiils ol cases.
many of which were jjlven up us hopless
No case, however obsilimie. ran resist the
healing proper! lesol Dr. Wm. Hail's IliiUum lor
the Lunii. Trlii hottles will ), furnished strut-
tullously to all who ure ulneted with l.uny an!
if Rcinemher that ll li. the persistent useol
the Ha'sam that cures tin: worst eases.
JOHN F. 1IENKY, CUIULVX k CO.,
h COLLECK PLACE, NEW YOUK.
(1) UAKL'LAY RltOS Wholesale Akcud.
m c r
A MONTH imrai.tci d ft' a
day at home made he the ind.is-
Imoiis. t apital not lemur, h
will start you. Men. w,,r,.-n
hoys and ulrls make inoi:i-y fas
lei-at eeork fnr m ti,u, t ...
thins else. The Work U liu'ht and pleasant, ai d
such a any one emi p., rltrtil at. Those who a-e
wise who see notice will send lis Ihe-ir uddre sses it
once and see for tlieinselvc Co-ly tnitlit aid
terms frc-i-. Now Is the time. Those nhiaily t,t
worn are invtiiit'iii larw mn.s (,r m, ,,.,-
1 Rl E it CO.. A'.i-'i.stn. Maine.
Liver & Stomach Pads.
THE (iREAT Sl'Ei'IED '
tee liKsT i;i:y--:;,v
IN THE W( KI.DI
Has prove d it.-i lf hy a Thr. ..- Veais Cain; a ,-n - f
OV4K Al l.
Liver, Stoinncli and Dowels
I'rodicii a larger portion of wi-inSi,-, ..: 1
c u li : s
Thau ai.y oth'-r lieia. dy before the pn'- l.i
A I'llEVENTATI VE OK ALL El'IDEV'eS
Yellow fev.-r. Iilllioi.s and Typhoid Ke . is.
ALL MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC IVIS'.NS
Neutraii.i it. Eliminated und expi-i.ed tl.ro.h
the natural exeje'ions l.y
Health Iit'storiiiL' Liver & Stoiiutrh I'ihIs
An aiitidote tl.nt l,a provi n its r' pi lint t foxce
to e.xpe) Atiuo-i'l.'-i ic iiernis ul Disia-'j
that Iniest Ihe air.
Ad Anttdo'v and preventative Htnl cere (or i 1..
dreii. u miner Coinidaiiit". Cliolerii liiliiiiiiin., m i
et rcver .Mea-e s. ve llooplli,' CnllL'li. i tc.
A pi.-veiit-itive ti nt i- hit-iily appm : h ; i! I v
a Iiiiii.li.-r ol nml her- uim have tiled Ihein.
( r- run M-v i .in - are inui.e ironi i.J-.M I M. i:;:
il A I. r. I RAI I s. In s.iitij the best i.li-i.':.. 1 '
prope r' I'-- know it to si i.-m .. havinj; a din i ;
atloii io the n-inovsl ot Morhid Or-.'anic coii'i.tiiiLs
and restuniiL' to health, natural t-nerev ni.d i.nrn.nl
ir-tivity the vital finn turns vehii h are iKei.etl a:..
de'iilitiited liv d'.-eu-e thu t rovini! I h e it. -i ,- s -o
poss.srii roWEHEI'L REMEDY for all !
ul tin- l.;vi-r. stonmeli mid llowels. a- ll.i .sumls
can te-tllv rr.nu plan -nil i-xin rieni-e.
.V 11 A the- prlee en i. I'm! Ktt , t; r.-d-;ci .1.
it IllaKi-s it ll.e i henpe.t .met most ei.melii, t.t l
cation you can Use tor nr.y of the ahene tl i - a.- r
ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
OXLV ONE DOLL A 11 !
If after n fair trial von are dis-iuistled. s, ml hi., k
yoi.l Pad to the proprietor, and the
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
Fr'Tol all advli e (KRittit s -nd f vinptoms l.nd n
'pllrie s. t;..-'l .'Ol dli.ie J 'ill 1 - I to
ti. W FORRES,
171 W. 4th St.. cimiwiutl.
Willi. 'sold liviill drui-ts.
HART in: HICK COX,
W1V Foerili St.. CINCINNATI
ySee re-rti mates in liirt'e' clreii lursii er , or
tth 1 Pi 'IOS'si. YEAR, or fi to
V I Kill l'-"'ui'-"vi'1 vo-.ii men leu ,.i;:y
TN I II II N"rl''i V'nliieu, ,,,
ill) 1 JJJ"" "'"'in Main- make iiioni
n than the amount ftat.-d
I. aive. Nil in),, ... , i.i,i
make )tiony fe-t. Any one can do the ork. Yo-i
can m ii lie; lunii .Vic to f an honr hv vuiiti" yu-ir
! r, " r''Z '.!. J1" v'T'V: ?."
I .". ..' ... .... ,.,-i. - m, .lull ll'.- llie IT I I r
money mrklm; cvcroU'ered liefoie. :nu,. ni,.,..
an, and strictly lioiiorabb'. Render, If von want to
know all about Ihe best pavim; liiisi.i f,,r,. jj,,,
public, send ns your address and we eelll e.l u..-i
lull liar! Icllllirs and nru ite t. rina i -.. .',!.,
worth $.1 also free; you can then make' up vmir
min i I'irvoursein .miress OKOl OE VINSON
A- 'il.. I'orthmd. Maine.
TEW YOKK STORE,
WHOLESALE AXD KETAIL.
Tlie Largest Variety Stock
IX TJfK CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and (
t iimiuorciiw .ive )
C. O. PATIIOR & CO.
1 0. FORI),
Variety Bracket Store,
Cotmni rclnl Avt'iinn rtimrr Ninth stt t.
C'AlHO, i ; . ILiMNOlsi