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Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OHoo 14o 'omininlul avnuo. ltunlilvnca cornoi
iuurucutti xi. and S aidilngtou avouue, Cairo.
jQlt. K. W. WHITLOCK,
(;rnci-No. 1SB Cooitnorclal Avenue, between
KiKhU and Ninth. SlroeU
R. W. C. JOCELYX,
OrriCE-ElKhlk Street, near Commercial Avenno.
Notary Public und Coinfyaticer.
OFKICB. -Willi the Widowa' and Oorpnana' Mu
ual Aid Nock-tv.
J LNEGAlt & LANSDEN,
A ttorne vs-at-La w.
OFFICE No. uncommercial Avenue.
QATHO C1T FE1UIY CO.
Uu and after Monday, June IB, the. boat will make
the followiux tripa:
Foot Fourth at
Mitaourt Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
Ha. tn. 8:S0 a. m. It a. m.
1U am. 10::) a. m. 11 a.m.
3 p. di. !::) p. m. 3 p.m.
4 p. m. 4:30 p.m. ft p. iu
i a. m. fl:90 a. m. 10 a. m.
3 p.m. 3:30 p.m.. . 4 p. in.
pOU METROPOLIS AND PADl'CAII.
The KiCautSldewbeel l'aseeuijer Mcauier
SSik CHAMPION cStt
A. J BUU
Leave Cairo every aflcrnoou at 3 o'clock, for
I'ait ilea ;i , Metropolis and way landluita. Kor
frlfflu or paaaaKe apply to SOL. A. blLYF.lt,
(i t & GO W. Second St.
J'orolcn knd Domestic dried and canned Fruit and
Vegetable. Canned, dried and fait Finn. Tick
le, fcaucf, Olla ami Condiment. Soup .
tuir, I'.uklna Powder, ground and
whole Splcta. Toilet and laundry
Soap. Seedn, Jellied, I'reaervca
Fancy (iroceriea and Oro
Stock utiimrallfled iu the West.
SEX D FOR OL E "GROCERS' MANUEL.
WOOD AXIt COAL.
fh'aWr f u all klud ol'
Coiil Wood. Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WO01) AXI COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington and
tC OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or dust by miaiiri beliii; exposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a da.r.
S HALED IN PINT KOTTLES.
Try II and ee tor youravlvua.
.30 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cat.li on delivery of ticket.
A MONTH guarantied . 112 a
nome iiiadu by the thilim-
-mmi inn required:
atari you. Men, women,
ter at n
.. 1...KU money inn
k for u tli.n m ny
fiirb a auy outt ran iro rllit at. TIump Uo arc
-wloa who m notice will cnd ua their addn-nHtn nt
oncoaud av for tbeuiaelvea Coa'.ly Outfit and
txrsia rron. now i me inue. tuomi aireudy nt
work am laylnsup lare tunm of money, Addrera
'lia i: .t CO.. Auiruaiu, Maine.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
EM'KKKD AT TIIK IWT OKKICK IN ( AtltO, II.
I.IXOIM, AS SrX'O.NO-UASS MATTNt.
OFFICIAL I'Al'KItOK ALK.Y. A'NPKll COUNTY,
Only Morning1 Daily In Southern Illinois.
SiomaI Orfi''. I
CAino, 111.. November 23,
. IST9. I
Tltu. Bar. Tner. Hum. Wind. Vrt Weatlior.
B a m :).4t
11 " ).4II
Maximum Temperature. .VIO; Minimum Tom
pernturo, MS; luiufall, O.UO Inch.
W. H. KAV.
Serg't Siuual Corpa, V. S. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Road notice in small advertisement
colmne of piano for sale.
--Wuntcd a good milch cow. Apply
nt No. 3 Winter's Row.
Cornices and room moulding put up to
order at Ford's.
Get your oysters for Thanksgiving
dinner at A.T. DeBuum's, fifl Ohio Levee
next toI.M.R. R, office.
Oil pointing gems, panutl claoiuos,
statuary, etc., at Fords.
A new hrass hand in Centrulia the
Centralis Turner Brass Band is announced
by the papers of that city.
Mr. R. II. Cunningham's horse which
was quite sick last week, has been restored
to pernect health by Mr. A. J. Carle, of
livery stable fame.
' Strange how quickly a word about
item stealing will make a demand for
Squire Robinson is home again from
his attendance at a meeting cf the Grand
Lodge of the 1. O. O. F.
Japan trays and lunch baskets at
The New York election returns is not
yet completed. Two counties, New York
and Kings, have not yet made their official
The Independent Cairo Printing Com
pany of Cairo was licensed ia Springfield
last Saturday. Incorporators, Peter Saup,
Henry Winter, and Louis Herbert.
Get your oysters for Thanksgiving
dinner at A. T. DeBam's, 50 Ohio Levee,
next to I. M. R. It., office.
The early bird catches the worm, and
sometimes a bad cold, which however does
no injustice to the of old proverd, for with
the aid of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup colds arc
of no consequence. Price, 2.i cents.
Ladies companions, sailor valises,
Oennan knife baskets at Ford's.
Great bargains in dry goods fiom the
great bankrupt sale iu Chicago, at Stuart's
popular and reliable cash dry goods house.
The finest line of photo frames, motto
frames and easels ever brought to Cairo,
Mr. M.B. Ilarrell left the city jester
day morning, for Lebanon, Ohio, where he
goes iu search of health. His many friends
in Cairo wish him a safe journey, a suc
cessful search and a speedy return.
The painters took a turn, yesterday,
at that new rla' staff, and to-morrow, Sum
merwell will have the biggest kind of pole
raising in the custom house yard.
Japanese brackets and boqnct tables
at Ford's Bazaar.
Messrs. Axley & Wilson are contract
ing for the erection of it tine large double
dwelling on Tenth street between Walnut
and Cedar streets.
The Salem Republican mvs: "The at
tempt to tire the freight house of the Illinois
Central at Odin, was happily discovered
iu time to prevent the intci.tion ol the
Indian baskets, ladies bea itit'ul "love
and handkerchief boxes, spla-h mats and
sew ing stands at Ford's. '
Remember the "Grand Chair Ball" of
the Delta City Fire Company on next Thurs
day night, at tPieir engine house. Buy a
ticket and attend, if you can. but buy a
Jim Orange says he wantsonc hundred
dollars for his donkey; JIu was yesterday
offered two hundred for him by one of our
citizens, but Jim, like a sensible man, in
dignantly refused to sell hnu for less than
Go to E. ('. Ford's on Eight sireet and
get your pictures framed in his eiegant new
-A new bakery, (irmly established, is
among the latest additions to Eighth street.
It wus opened several days ago by U. Rap
polt nnd'is a neatly kept place, where good
pies, cakes and fresh bread can be obtained
at any hour of the day..
Another cold wuve on the way; lay in
an extra supply of the "Faultless" 'five
c;nt cigar at F. Korsmeycr's. There is
nothing so wanning and satisfying H a
good cigar, nnd smokers unite in pronounc
ing the "Faultless" the best.
It w a sad sight to see an intoxicated
p.irson on the street. How much more so
is it tose.' a dull nnd sickly baity rendered
soby.thc use of dangerous ophites? Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup contain nothing injuri
ous and may be given to 1 1 1 r nmst delicate
Our music stands, for the erection of
which our citizens were so liberal with
Ufir contributions, arc rapidly going to
to decay. ' This nhould not be. Pome
musically inclined man should interest him
self in their preservation.
Mr. A. Black, who bought a largo as
sortment of boots nnd shoes before the late
rise, is offering them at thcdd figures. His
stock Is the most complete iu tho city, and
the quality is of the best, and always found
Tho (list number ot the "Cairo School
Recorder," a littlo six page juvenile weekly,
published by Roy. P. Alden, found its way
to our toblo yesterday. It is a neatly gotten
up antT sensibly written littlo sheet and
ought to, and in all probability will
The Sun says: "That's a funny ac;
count of the Jack Winter store published
in the morning paper not long since. Did
you rend it?" What a question! Cer-
Ltainly; everybody read it, and ten will read
the above extract this morning to one that
read it in the Sun last night.
The "boys' of the New York store, ac
companied by our worthy city clerk, Foley
and others, we believe, were on a rabbit
hunt Sunday, above the city apiece. If
they wero as successful in running lor rab
bits as Foley is in running for office they
must have returned with a sack full apiece.
Wo are pleased to announce tho arrival
iu this city, ut the residence of Alderman
Kynastou, a boy, aged, this morning, one
clay and one night, and weighing fourteen
pounds! The baby is almost a man in
size already, and will be so in brain ere
many summers pass, if he "takes after" his
father. We wish him a long and happy
We were yesterday informed that our
prominent criminal lawyer it is unneces.
sary to mention names had left at the of
fice of Squire Osbornr the solution of the
bar of Cairo, a Latin phrase. We would be
pleased to publish the stuue, so that the at
torneys of Cairo can put their heads to
gether and decipher its meaning, and would
have done so this morning, but for our fail
ure to see the Squire yesterday. It is but
justice to the worthy gentleman, who pre
sented the phrase, to-say that he knows its
meaning, and his object in asking for a so
lution, is to test the legal ability of the
We learn from tiie members of the A. M
E. church that they.have submitted a prop
osition in wntinir to the vestry of the
Episcopal church for the purchase .of their
church building on Fourteenth street.
Should the proposition Re accepted the con
gregation of the Church of the Redeemer
will build a substantial edifice nearer the
center of the citv somewhere in the vicin
ity of Tenth and Washington, probably.
--Mr. Klein, of the brick yard, is now
manufacturing a "stone." which is com
posed principally of cement and promises
to revolutionize the sidewalk building busl
ness. We were yesterday shown one of
these stones by .Mr. John Koehlor, who
contemplates having the walk iu front of
his house constructed of the same, and
found it not only the most substantial, but
also the handsomest material we have vet
seen for the building ol sidew alks. 'There
can be no question that the beauty
and durability of this stone,
combined with its cheapness, will
soo make it a universal favorite.
The objection to plunk walks, namely,
rotting, can not be urged against it; nor is
it liable to the objection urged against brick
walks, since it does not wear out as brick.
It is also superior to the much "blowed
over" cinder walks, since it does not retain
the dusk, but is always clean. It is a pity
that the manufacture of thi stone was not
commenced before the reconstruction of the
brick walk on Eighth street. The' walk
constructed of this stone would have im
proved the appearance of that street a hun
dred per cent.
POLICE CO CRT.
Two drunks Squire, (innings one
dollar and costs each.
Mattie Stinton, a dame of color, w as
yesterday taken before Squire Comings on a
charge of drunkeiiii'-ss and disorderly con
duct, and fined live dollars and costs.
Our city jail at present contains five pieces
f animate human flesh. Three of the
pieces are of the male specii-s the other
two of the female.
Two musters, of the male species, Sun
day, in soiniMin accountable manner, obtain
ed and imbibed too much of Padticah's bad
O-be-joyful ! and the effect thereof was that
they commenced embracing each other and
caressing each other's face itli their fistH
in an unusually interesting and lively man
ner iu front of Susanka's saloon on the
levee. Th" jealous lookers on gave thy
alarm -cried "police !"so to speak -and the
fellows put out for part-, unknown before (
an ollicer h id achance to invite them to
tline with Cain.
An elderly man from New Burnside,
who was engaged in the leather renovating
business here, and who is a prominent
citizen, of that place ling (l
class-leader in a- Sunday School,
came to Cairo and as is usual with
strangers, he meandered around town to
see. things. In his meandering he sud
denly found himself on Commercial avemic
between Fourth and Fifth streets, anion"
tho black wenches who infest that portion
of town. ( Ine of Uiese bet him that he had
not ten cents iu his possessfon. To prove
that he ha. he. drew forth
his pocket book containing twelve
dollars, which was iininediatelv
snatched from his hands.
ie iiiiormcii an
officer of the robbery, but tho guilty party
could not bo found. Tho old man has
learned, what many a Puducahiim found out
before dim, that tho slums of a city, though
the most attractive, perhaps, to men of his
propensities, aro far from being the safest.
John Linsey, is the name of a man
who followed one of tho freight trains to
Cairo the other day and when m arrived
here, nt once commenced following his
bottle. Tho result was that Mr. Linsey
(who by the way never was drunk
in his life, and never expects to be) soon
commenced fecliug like "one of the boys
himself" commenced acting accordingly.
He, while perambulating about the city iu
his "up in the world" condition, met a
canine of y-resistable attractions, at which
he at once commenced throwing shy glances.
John, like many other good men, had never
loved a dear gazelle with raven hair nnd
sparkling eye, but when he'd learned to
love her. well the girl was sure to fade und
"kick the bucket." But now he loved a
black dog the pride of his heart was he
and have him he would though all the
starry worlds that swing in space should
fall. Sixty ceutsvas John's pile however,
ami sixty cents wouldn't buy the pup.
After much bargaining sixty cents and
John's hut were accepted and ns the trans
fer was made he at once received a kindly
invitation from officers Schuckersand Lally
to spend a day or two in the city jail. Ik
went, taking bis dog with him. But the
canine escaped and yesterday Johu appeared
before 'Squire Coinming,hntless and dogless,
for trial. He was was fined one dollar and
A CARD OF THANKS.
The, Sisters of Loretto, highly gratified
at the puecess of the recent fair, return their
most sincere acknowledgments to the ladies
who had the management ot affairs and la
bored so indefatigable in every department,
as also, to their many friends w ho made
contributions in money as well as hand
some and valuable articles, proving in the
most generous manner that they wished
success to crown the efforts of the ladies.
The earnest wish ol the Sisters is, that very
soon a building may be erected which w ill
not only bean ornament tothe city, but will
be an institution to ufford every jMs.sible
educational advantage to the daughters of
Cashmeres, alpaca, Henrietta crapes, and
every other make in large nnd varied quan
tities. J. Rl-ft.II.-R.
124 Commercial uvenue.
PERNKTOt'S BILIOCS FEVER.
A .NOT CO.NTAOIors DIsKAsK Wltirn his
MADK ITS Ari'EAUANACK IS TIIKIiKS AND
Yesterday evening we heard it rumored
upon the streets that a suspicious disease
prevailed to an alarming extent in the upper
portion of this county, and that Dr. Sulli
van bad attended several of the patients
nnd could give lis all necessary informa
tion. Accordingly we visited him in bis
office and obtained tho following facts:
About a week ago Mr. Den. Sullivan.living
in Thebes, was suddenly taken sick, nnd af
ter a very short prostration, died. Immedi
ately after, the rest of the family was also
taken down with the same disease. Dr.
Sullivan was called on, and upon arrival he
inquired of the symtoms which prevailed
in the case of deceased and. asked to be
shown the body. He found that the former
corresponded exactly with the symptoms of
his yellow fever patients here, last year, and
that the latter had tho same appearance.
Five other families were visited by the same
moti.-ter in Sandusky and other paits of the
count)-, and for a time the alarm was gener
al and well founded. Last year, when the
u'ljirnoieii lenur whs creating vucnnt'les in
many a .household iu this city. Dr. Sullivan
performed his share of . the duty toward the
sufferers. He ut tended the Petrv fatntlv
in which were some of the worst" cases in
the city. He is therefore qualified to judge
of the character of the casvs referred to'
above. He believes of these ca.es now. ns
he did of the so-called yellow fever cases
last year, that it is nothing more than per
nicious bilious fever: that it is neither con
tagious nor infectious, but that it is brought
forth and fed by the germs of disease aris
ing from a bad sanitary condition of tie.
jicigiiooinooii. arid mat every ease
traced to an imiucdfato local caiisi
Wo aUo heard that
llogan was called to
some of the families and that he left on a
land car tor that purpose ami returned last
We called at the residence of the n v
nut gentleman last night, to interview
dm upon the subject, but did n t find
,I)ow'N in the coal mines, underneath
the ground," coughs and colds are very
frequent and there is where Dr. Bull's
Syrup is un indispensable article.
A new schemI;."
A fine silver tea set will be drawn for at
Ticheman's billiard parlors on Christmas
eve. Every person paying for a game of
billiards will receive a ticket entitling him
to a chance in tho drawing. Tickets can
not be obtained in any other way.
Ot.D timk Piticiis at the barber shop of
J. George Steinhouse, on Eighth street, near
Alexander County Bank. Good barbers,
easy chairs, sharp razors, clean towels, etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut 25 cents, shnmpoo
25 cents, and other work proportionally low
Remember the place.
Greenbacks for Fancy Backs
SHOW this SetiHou a Splendid Line
Now all the Itujfc;
Fancy Rack Unlined
?yi 'Sr.nk..of).v!,',,',1! ,,a,W,l w the 15th of September. Lad Place to
iml Old I ufjisliionahlP Goods. Do not think tor one minute that. Cheap Tailorinir
Houses (eallinir their Goods "Costume Work") can ?lve you w ithin :Wto 4H per
cent, as much value us 1
With his New York Broadway Shapes and Styles, and a Tremendously large As
sortment to Select lrom. Mine are Prices that hurt Cheap Tailors; and make
. A Kino Hiboriiiu irintr-r S 0..-0
A Kim Chinollln Overcoat .. M.TtU
A Kum-y 1 trwk Icoyul triH..r K.i.50
A Nobby KcoiHi Suit . lfi.oo.
Full Line of STYLISH FURNISHING GOODS and
'Joliii B. Stetson's L lats
On Hand. Give ine a Call-ami I will hu Happy to Show You through, and even if
you are not just Ready to Buy, it will po,t you how Cheap I can sell vou when
you are Ready.
A. MARX, CLOTH I MR,
(i 1 Ohio liOvi'O.
THE MOST ELEGANT LINES
Of ladies dolman, circulars and cloak- in
the city, at J. Burger's.
WHERE WILL I GO.
To get a good pair of Boots or Shoes made
to order, from the very best material.' Go
to R. Jones, Commercial uvenue, Atheneuin
building. Workmun.-hip and satisfaction
guaranteed. No lit, no pay. Prices to suit
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
Underwear in great variety, nt the very
lowest prices, at J. Burgei's, Commercial
avenue, betw een Seventh nnd Eighth streets.
OYSTERS IN ANY STYLE.
Harry Walker has just received a large
assortment of Fresh Ovsters, and wit! serve
them up in any style. You can go and get j
them any way you want them. The oyster j
counter i- under the management of
Hkmiv Mvtiis. !
We will offer U'O pieces Canton flannel,
at the extreme low pi ice of seven cents per
yard. J. BnuiF.it,
Commercial avenue between Seventh and
In childreiis' knitted wear.
J. Bi'm v.i:
;i PKi'S-FEKT. SPARE-RIBS, KTC.
At the packing house of Hinkle & Moore, i
on Commercial avenue, pig's feet, spare j
ribs, back ixines, and other trimmings iu j
large or small quantitie s are for sale at vi ry I
i ..... .
low prices. ,ew iar lor Uiiuiy u.-e. in
vitc.s special attention.
Elegant lines of gimps and fringe-, at
ccodingh low prices. J. Bt itoi.i:.
121 Commercial avenue
10,000 FEATHER BEDS
Wanted to renovate, at the f uthrr foundry j
of Reid and Fatherly in Mrs. Byrnes' build;
ing, near St. Patrick's chun h. Feathers
cleansed by .steam, washing, dning and
bleaching dom; in the mine c Under. Sat -
isi'action guaranteed, price for single bed
iLoO. Cali early, our stay will be -ln.n,
Every department is filled with the most
desirable goods, bought before the recent
advance in prices, and we beg to assure
our patrons and the public that an oppor
tunity is now offered to obtain bargains
which never will present itself ugain. Call
ami examine my tock ami price...
J. Bern. i,it.
1 i Coiumerc i.il ac!iu
Mr. Win. Bernhardt. Elmore, Wis., re
ports as follows; St. Jacobs Oil i.. reallv a
wondeiiul remedy, for I could mention doz
ens of cases where it has proved it, ina'ieal
influence. One case in particular "will
state: I know a man who has suif-red with
Rheumatism tor the last twenty-four years,
and of late he could hardly move around.
After using a few bottles of St. .Jacobs Oil
lie was entirely cured.
A 1,1. APVKIiTlsKMKNTS In tht- .olnmnTTd
the lini'K ciii li or Ii'dn will l,. pu'.lMn ,! (,,r jr.
(I'tils evi-rv iii-i rtlon: 1 month. I..Vi;; iiihuiIih willi
out . hnnir. Sl.nl n,r in. nun. Knrn udditlonnl
line, ,'i cents, sltiuition. mmtul free.
i ln'iip fur cieli OtH' ci'ii in invi. pini'ii, ,-nu r
and Ktnol; In kooiI order. A. A. IIAKKKI.I,,
TO UK NT
To pi'iitli'inen, or ui'iitlciimn nnd wiiv. without
children, nnii lnrp. htciikI rUmy front room
mu -h.'d or nnruriiMii-d. In pti v.il- liuiiil, ,.r
the ( iiMtiuii lluii-e. Addrem A. . i ll.'v :m
Cairo, 1 Hunts. '
, AltTIST'S I'lfooKs.
,'. "IT.1 ''"""vlnuH, for uli.. Cunmd In.
IV-VIF1'.1 "f V'." "T Ir-H thim $ IMiiicnrh.
i Ji'L"' "."M '"uly for ,10.00 eui.h.ortho Imu l'.,r
$40.00. Kiniulri'tuTiiKlli i,u.TiN hliidi rv.
OwKiiniidiiiiTliii-,TH of l(,ml KMnlc in mini
Hhonld Injure t liny havn n pood tltp.. 1 ,' ,IW
prepared to Itirnlsli ahMiuclH ut ri'iimmilile riili'n
Olllcd In l oiirt lloiise.
piirliy worn, hut ciilliilili- for .o,!r or pro-iiunm.,
work. roi.NlKtlnirof lirevl.r. Ion, primer. ei".i. crent
primer, Ir!Jon and dniihii. .inttlsh letters and
.hi-k imu nuu i'ouiiiu'K',
wl'honl "jtice and
of FANCY BACK UXLIKED OVERCOATS,
Ulsters and Fancy Rack
BOOTS AD SHOES
HOOTS AND SIIOKS
- Made to Order-
KltOSI 'MI :KnT M TKIUAl. ON SKTNOI
WORK. MATERIAL AND FIT GUAR
ANTEED. tTBKejiairin done iitb ni'Li aod d-pt(h
Winter' Work. Comer Seven 1)1 MrrM utid Our
n rrlul A vi'iiiif ,
tt;r' t. lifomi liie citiic-of Cairo and
thot (. a
Xcw and Larire Stock oitioMiU
W'j;. u h?titl .!! at ai rt'Ai.(Otr.c-oui-!in f
Hats and Bonnets,
I Au 1 Kite- Imported Ho- lor I.adic and C:iiMv.,.
I .Ml th- i-rv Ut.-t i!...i-n. priii- a low t.
, fihW and pint. mark, d in plain flurd . Will i,. t
i ! uiidi TKold. Call aud cxamiijii No tr.mbl- t
I 'Inm p.nils l.mlii'H i,t writ ,),.,
waM mil p'n.,1 ii.it f,.r j.. . '
)US. C MCLEAN,
Hu- wit i. mi i ,i,,uut tin- rtie -l iiu u:
j 31 illilU'l'V Mid FllllfV (i00t.S
I i!V. !ll.d
I'sil inn! .' in ta
I'l ioos Will l.o M.ulf S:
it i-l;o-l i n v.
M' lli ll VI'UKKT. SKXT pool: TO
l)i:V I.OOl Hol'SK
J.N'SI. It A.NCK.
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P A T E i T S
olilKliicdforniecliHiiliHldevlreii, niedlcsl or other
riiuinniindN, orniinu'iiliil iIchIkhh. triidu-umrka anil
niiiMM. Can'iita, Aumanineiils. Inti'rl'erenr.ea, In
IrlturiiineutH. ii ml all iniiltem reluilnir to l'litents,
promptly intended to. W nmlie prellinlnmv r '
BmlnailoiiB nnd fnrnlnh opinion He to lint o nt alitlt
t.v, fri'i; of clmre.jind nil who nr Intoresteil In new
InviintlonKiitid Pnteiiu are Invlied to- muni for it
lopyoi onr '(iiildi'lorolHiilnli'K pmeniK," which
a nent truo to uny adddroi.., m,d i-oiitnliw cmnpletu
InKtnictlnn how to obtuln I'liteiilH and other vhIu
iiIiIm matter. Hlirlnlh p,,. flv.i yniiH wu li.ivo
ohtHlneri nearly three thousand Piitenla for Ameri
can and roieliiti inventora, und run BlvfaittlHtnctorr
rulcrniiciia In nltnoHt eerv eoiu,tv In l ho I 'nlon
Address LOUIS HAUtiKIt IfcVo. SollelYoV. of
Wtti'SlnXfi t?9 1,1 Uw' Lt' 1r"U U"mu