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AND OTIIEHS SEEKING
f-I E A. L T H ,
Strength and Energy,
WiriKUT Tilt VSK OF DIU'US. ARK RE
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REVIEW,-' AN II.HSTKATED .101' K
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FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION.
IT TREATS upon HEALTH. HYUENE. and
Physical Culture. and is u complete i-ucyclti (
1: of infiinnntton fur invalid Mid those who (inter
from Nervous. Kxhaiistln,: and Painful Diseases.'
Every subject thnt bears ution health mid human
hsppiscs. receives attention iu its pages; and the
many questions asked by suflering invalid, who
tisve dispared of o cure, are answered, and valuable
information in volunteered to ail who arc lu Leed ol
The subject of Electric licit verMis Medicine, and
the n ii'lri-i) and one ijtiesttnii of vital Importance
to siifioring humanity, are duly considered ar.d ex
plained. YOUNG MEN
A i. (I ctherii who suffer from Nervous arid pr.) steal
Debility. Loss ol Manly Vigor. Premature Exhaus
tion and the many gloomy consequences of early
indisi retinn. etc.. are especially benefited by ton
silting iis content.
The "ELECTRIC I.'KVjEW expose the. unniitb
i-ali d fraud practiced by iUi kn and medical im
postors ftho profess to "juartice medicine." and
point out the only cafe. simple, and effective road
U Health. Vigor and Bodily Energy.
"end jour addrss on portal (urd lor a copy, ai.d
u.lorniation worth thoupar.d" will he sent you.
Ad'irep, the publisher.
ITLVEKMACIIER GALVANIC CO..
('r. Eighth 4 Vine Mrect Cim-i iinut f . o.
f'.ito V. 0 Beautiful Coiorcil l'ic
l(ll-U,lie .(. J tun- Very ingenious.
7". uljcct to Slid i-nd tnmp for pacnaj!'
!)R. t.t. AlliiEY. li iSa.". N. Y.
Couirbs. r.inucliitis and Cnamit
What Wi ll kt.owu Druggist sav- V.;.t
ALLEN S LI Ni BALSAM.
m ot ii k us, iv i: a :
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ixrs -The liiinand lor ALLEN'S l.l'N'i
LAI.sAM is n.i n aming constant;)'. Tl.e ludli
think '.hire it Lo mi-fiicine ccr.al to It for t rot.p
:.U WLuoping l ot.gh . S. V kT ly. Ilrtiir'.r..
SuLD BY ALL MEDICINE DEALER-".
pLULh ahoN notice
?!. of Ii.u.o'p,. Alexander foui.'y p.
.la. ..!) ll.tVlc. adtriirr.nratnr of tr.r i fUtr of Wil.
I i.m .M AiLirion. mctapcd. . J A'.Uvr.oh.
Francm D. Atiurtou. John (.od.viL. .Io p!i (joH.
:n hruMcp Yomu. srr.th Yo'.&l'. Eli.'ti Y'onni'.
Cut M I'rviit. II .cli I' Cra.,.. '1 i.iim-.p .1 I'rv.f,
Mi.r..t.K..'K'. l.;:':!h Wtcker. Yrif- H .
h'";k'.uL M . Uetivcca .J.. Lulu ). mi Vtc. J.
.tt.erton ai.d ott.i rp.
A9;d4Vil of the uu-r-ml--u(v of John (.odwin.
J'.reD trtKjwiii. i rut.ci p Your.i:. smita Yobi.i;.
Li.cti Yo'iijk' aud E:: M i'f '.t. dt fendautp
!' l.atn.U . kkviLf be. n f.u d in the oSSc of the
irk of tii- com' court ol AieiXidcr county no
In p hi re1' k'ivt. u !i tfie p;d .iohn t.odwtn, Jo-M-pk
i.udAin. Erauce Youdj. Ma:th Yonnp. El
let. Y'ou:iJ li Eii.a V . l'i im r that the paid plain
t:9. kdintiiipt.a'.or of '.Uf etute of Wi,.lan M. Alh-
r'.on. C' (cm d. l.a- fi.ed h petition in the paid
couiy ixur: o! A,cx.:nl.'r m-u'r for au order lo
fell the prem.. p b- oej to tin- i ptatc of Mtid dc
ti ae'j. or n. in i' h of it a may bo i.eeded to I ay
thodebtpoi p.i.d 0'.-:-o1. td dt Pintxd ai loi
lop. to-ni: :
Thf & U ' '!' '''. S K 1 ..-.t : n w c w of
r.T M. S 11 i-l : n o n e of V-. T K .'
v.Pt; the UI.'i.Mib'd ,i.ft.'i.;e lie. S 'A. T I'i.
K -' wept . ami tne u:i'.;:dcd one fourth of tho fob
low ;Bi! dc- r:bod tr.it'.!' of land fit w- -4 S
T ..lt Ji'i; n e ii w of S .'1, T I'i SH i t :
uwf of f vl.T sltJ wi-t . net. e !'.. T
:c S li .'.-: mi in Alexander co'iniy. ll.itioip;
Ld '.he folio v t..' il- u ri ed Imp in Ilci)t'"p I'arn in
paid Ai.-xi.ti r county: lot Nop ;'. I atid t, In
Mr. Ii 'i; 1 t IiIik k 4: lot No .'. 4 .w.d u in blin k
I: lotp N" -.'. t im! in Mock 'i. It No. " anil
lb ,h bloi 7 . lot. 4 at:d in Mei K ; jot
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;..t No-. 1. :i and ,S in Hm n 17: lot i
'.ot 1 hli'tk 1'.': .ot ii bloik jo. lot No.
7. b.oik'.'l: 1o'pN". and j :n ti.oi k .'.'.
I. .' uinl 7 in hlo. a lot No-. 4 and
t lo(k !
1. 4. .' at.N
i. :t blui k '1 and lo'. li ;n bl... k l i. und thai a
n .mtnot.p Lu- bi-eti i- ic 1 out of tl.i- court a."i:L-t
y ,.i. r'-tur-.able ;,t t .1 :ne ti rin. A H l---'. ef
n;d n'tirt to h 'lii'-n .'U the tuird Mot.dav of
.l .ne. A. D. 1-ni. at tr.e ic.rt hou-o iu Cairo ;:.
A .i-xai.'ii r cotit. ly. 1 .:no."
Now. utib -p you. tie- ;.'.! John iindwin.
'dwtn. i'r inc i. titit.i;. S'c'.th Yom i
Y-.ii- and Eiln M. lv.l.r. pt.a.1
ay be ui.il appear li.-f'.re paid
..'irt of Al'-i. inib loi.iity. on th.
iinv of the -an! Jut" rm 'thereof to!
i n a' Ca.ro. in- iid .-..itito on ;!, tt.tn! .Mob
Non lay of June lo. nr.'! plead. afAiri.r 'b I'.'ir
to the 'mid coinplainaM p pi t'.'.bm. tle-r' it.
piuc :iud tii'i'i'T- fiul tiling- l h'-rei'i
(l.i.rjeil ai.d -tuiidnil !" tnketi i.- cor.t ---e.!.
hi.. I a decree cM'-e d ii.-.nn.-t you in ot 1m.' to '.ho
I r iver ot paid I'll'.
S AM L J. Ill M M. Clerk
Cairo. I'.'p.. lay llth. l''1.
M'AK'NEICS SAKE PILLS are nil Immediate
tlnitiliif for a Torpid Liver, and cure Coptivem-r-.
.yipi-p-lil. l.lllollPliitip. lltlloilP lManliie.'i. Alaa-
la, rover aim aimic aim arc iipi iui hi iiiii' .ii
hearlv a.l IMpciipcp to ciiiipii a free iiiiiI n-L'iiliir ho
I ion of the llowel". The bePt tit.tidott' lor all .vla-
I arial l'olpotip l'rlco.-J'ic a box
V MINER'S SAKE NEIiVINE nnliklv L'ic
rent and nloop lo ;ho fiitloruiL'. cun-p llonda'choiiiiii
NeuralL'lii. pnvi'iitp epileptic nm, unit in tne
iioct reiiicdy for Nerveup l'roptralloti broiiuM on
: iv exi'oMilvo drlnklui.'. over work, mental pliockp
iiul other eailpi'n It fi'lleven the Ealti" of all
lipciK-p. anil IP- never !iJuroiin to tin' hvpIciii.
I hi' bopt nlall i-r'lnt'p,
llottlep ol two "Iop;
I'll. i f. .Vic and JUKI.
Remedies are sold
by iM'iiggists anil
liealers in Medi
cine every wlierc.
II. II. WAHNKIt .vco.
lioi IIKPTHII, N. X
r-Setid for Piimphli't
ItjBhaiaaataBmMriHS Uid 1 OHt Itnoil in . i
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
TUo E'.i'KiiulSldi'wheol Pinicenin'r Stinmer
A.J. IilrU) Clerk.
t.ptives Cairo every Woinlny atitl Thiirixliijr for
Ciiu Olrtirileiti. t. Loiilp, and way landliiea. Kor
frelt'ht or iinMiuje apply to SUL. A. B1LVEK,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Will some ono please to state
Which is the greater bore,
The llunlitu-Courtney constant "prate,"
Grant's "boom" or "Pinaforci"
We think the Maine ''unpleasantness"
O'er shadows your selection ;
And why has Thomas Edison
No place in your collection?
And "Who's your choice for President!"
Doth harrow up one's soul;
While 'weather" (Uerles.thouKht well meant
Are bad as "Turk's Patrol!"
Iut greater bore than all of these
All will afjree, I ween,
Is that confounded little teaze,
The puzzle of Fifteen.
Hut to tl.e boy just starting out,
Tl.e greatest mystery ever seen
Is the handsomesaucy little Miss
The tweet young la'-s of seventeen.
With the above we can't agree,
They only are well worn,
But worse than all it seems to me,
Ouch! On! get off my corn.
Wues the enterprising local isn't cram
ming The columns full of city sluh,
And the dizzy reporter isn't jamming
All about tiie town upon a rush,
When there isn't auything to write about.
Not a murder, loljhery'or t're,
And even miscellany all runs out,
Not a blamed bit of news comes among
This is w hen there isn't any fun.
And the news editor's lot is
The clothing man who put it off
Lost money on his collars,
liutLe who advertised in time
EDITOR BAGSIIOT'S ASSISTANT.
Colonel Bagshot runs a weekly newspa
per called the Union, up in Chodunk. Re
cently the colonel was called away to New
York on business, leaving the Union in the
Lands of an assistant who had been in his
employ some little time.
Now the colonel knew that said assistant
had the cheek of a brass statue, and the
audacity of a New England rly, both indis
pensable attributes of the newspaper man;
but still, after being in the city about a
week, he began to grow uneasy, and tele
graphed to Chodunk :
Back camu the reply from the Union's
'Bully! Circulation of the old thing's
gone up a thousand. Been getting up a
red-hot paper, and there's a gang outside
that are weeping becau-e they can't hoist
the shingles off the roof and knock the
whole concern to thunder. Stay away as
Ion:; as you like."
Bagshot didn't w aste a moment after re
ceiving this encouraging dispatch.
He started home in the tjrst train, and
reached Chodunk before night.
The first m:.n that struck him was the
"Look here, ccloni'l ! ' he cried, excited
ly, "I've a darned good notion to punch
your head; you braiten-taceold liar."
"Why f" asked Bagshot.
"Read that!" and the ticket agent shoved
a crumped Union into his bund.
There was a paMu'rapli. mmked, as fol
"Raiiroad News. The bandy-legged
idiot who robs tiie railroad company at this
village h.i tmrchi.sed a new pocket knil'e.
More knocking down from the cash draw
er." B.mshot bit his lip.
"Bill," said ho, "that's a calumny, and
I'd sec it righted in cur next. It's my
cu. ed assistant's wrk. '
"I don't cure whose work it is." growled
the to nt. "but if it ain't eontiadicted,
suiiiebody's 'ot to iiie; "Unit s all."
B.nishot didn't n-plv. but sailed down
the street to the Union oliice.
lie ha l not L'one hicf :i block be fore he
ciliided with Deacon Marsh.
The deacon seized him by the shoulder
anil t xcli-iiuu'd :
"What do you mean, Btusimt, by insert
ing that scuiul.ilousiv uutru" item about
"Didn't in-ert any item," replied the col
onel. "Don't sneak out of it in that way." You
know you did. Why I just cut it out the
Union' listen :
"Religious Intelligence, That whited
sepulchre. Deacon Marsh, was noticed, last
Saturday riijit, trying to open the coal-hole
in front of his residence with his ninht
key. The deacon was full as a roat, and
couldn't tell moonshine from green
"Now that's nice, ain't it, saying that I
was intoxicated Smirdny niht, when I
went to bed at seven with a raging tooth
"It's that reckless fool whom I left in
charge." groaned the colonel. "I'll make
it all ritriit, Mutsh," and Ba.'shot scurried
on again, only to be confronted by Major
"Colonel!" uttered Blim in his deepest
voice, "this is villainous! L"'s my inten
tion, sir, to call you md shoot you through
the heart. What the deuce do you mean
by publishing this note in the Union:
""Military Jottings. Major Blim. the
tattered old beggar, who hid in tin oyster
barrel during the battle of Bull's Run,
wears n wig. He ouaht to be shot in the
back with a baked ripple."
"I can't help it, Biini," , aid Bagshot,
wiping his forehead, "it's all owing to that
young devil in the oiliee. He has made a
red-hot paper. Just wait, major and I'll
Then Butrshot started again. By the
postoihVr. old Parker grabbed him,
"Oh, you unfeeling ghoul!" wailed Park
er, "you ought to be rode on a rail. The
idea of making fun of my poor, dead
"Howl Have you the cheek, to ask how?
Maybe you didn't shove this into the 'Union,'
diil you", you heartless hypocrite ;"
"Little lli'tiiilo I'atkiT
Hud u monmcli piim,
IMiiiburh and ipeiviu
Holll were In vnlti:
lie kicked tiie uold'Mi bucket,
IIIpi miroiitV heart nro Mire;
They'll bury him In morrow,
At a quarter of tour."
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY
Of course Bagshot lia.i to explain, and
promised the bereaved lather h two-column
notice of the dead Bennio's many virtue.
Hardly had lie done so, before young
"Colonel Bagshot," announced lie,
"you're a lying scoundrel. This is a nice
thing to put in your blackguard sheet
about a young lady :"
"Society Items. Miss Cooley, the old
hag on South street, waltzes around in a
patent bustle ifi the hope of catching a
fellow. But she can't; not even if she lays
the paint on twice as thick as bIiu docs
But Bagshot didn't stop to hear it.
He flew across the square and into the
Union office like a Hash.
No one was there. That able assistant
editor, warned by friends unknown, had
dusted forever. Lying on the desk was a
Union folded so that this notice caught
Bagshot 's eyes:
"Literary Meins.--The bald headed snipe
who pretends to run this paper has gone to
New York, We expect to hear every mo
ment of his sentence to Sing Sing for ar
son and highway robbery. The citizens of
Chodunk should congratulate themselves if
the' colonel does not disgrace his village by
being hung for infanticide!"
Bagshot never intends to employ another
assistant editor, and journalists in search of
a situation, will lind it healthy to keep
from him. E. E. Tcd Eyck, iu Waverly
A kind of lethargy of the kidneys and
bladder is sometimes exhibited which it is
very desirable to overcome in its incipiency,
as this symptom is but the forerunner of
disease. When these important and sensi
tive organs grow dormant they may be safe
ly stimulated with Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters, which in connection with its tonic
aiul alterative, possesses useful diuretic
properties. As it is through the kidneys
that the blood is strained, surrendering cer
tain liquid impurities injurious to health,
it will he seen that by promoting the ac
tion of the kidneys, the Bitters serves the
double purpose of keeping them from fall
ing into a state of morbid defeneration,
and also of depurating the blood. That
fluid is also enriched by this supreme med
icine, aud the bowels, stomach and liver
invigorated and regulated by it. As a gen
eral invigorant also It has the highest rep
utation.. Whiting amusing paragraphs is not so
easy as it appears to be, as the waste-baskets
of journals indulging in paragraphs
amply testify. Jokes invariably repeat
themselves in various forms, and it is hard
work to rind anything new. An illustra
tion of this is afforded by a London story
of a man who was trying to return home
one night during a heavy, black tog, and
hit upon the expedient of offering himself
to the policemen on duty in Trafalgar
square as the man who had committed the
Burton Crescent murder. But the wily
guardian of the peace replied: "Won't do,
sir. Y'ou're the fifteenth to-night." The
"Cuinciio-QlInine." Physicians say
this new a'ent of Peruvian bark is a per
fect substitute for the sulphate quinine,and
that its action is preferable, as it can lie
used in same doses where quinine is indi
CHted, and never causes the disagreeable
effects of the latter upon the head and
stomach. Druggists sell it at f I 30 per
ounce, or sent post ace paid, on receipt of
price by Messrs. Billings, Clapp ifc Co.,
Brown's Hoiseiiold Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world
Will most surely quicken the blood w heth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and ail
ache.-, and is the creat reliever of pain.
"Brown's Household Panacea" should be
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acca in a tumbler of hot water isweetefieii
if pretend . taken at bed time, will break
up a cold, .'"i cts. a bottle.
Mini Sk am-.ss, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible- in
jury to the most delicate child. Thi-i val
uable combination has been successfully
Used by physicians, and found tc be abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twcntv-rive cents a box.
I Yoiu IIaik Fali.ino oh TrnxiNo
Gi;.v; "London Hair Color Restorer," the
most cieajiiy and delightful article ever in
troduced to the American people. It is
totally different from all others, not sticky
or gummy, and free from all impure ingredients-
that render many other prepara
tions obnoxious. It thickens thin hair, re
stores gray hair, gives it new life, cures
dandruff, causing the hair to grow where it
has fallen off or become thin, does not soil
or stain anything, ami is so perfectly and
elegantly prepared as to make it a lasting
hair dressing and toilet luxury. London
Hair Color Restorer is sold by all druggists
at T") cents a bottle, or six bottles for $4.
Principal Depot for United States, 3!i0
North Sixtlt street Philadelphia.
Who is Mils. Wi.nsi.ow? As this ques
tion is frequently asked, we will simply
say that she is a lady who for upwards of
thirty years has untiringly devoted her
time and talents as a female physician aud
nurse, principally among children. She
has especially studied the constitution and
wants ot this numerous class, aud, as a re
sult of this effort, and practical knowledge,
obtained in a lifetime spent as nurse and
physician, she has compounded a Soothing
Syrup, for children teething. It operates
like magic giving rest and health, and is
moreover, sure to regulate the bowels. In
consequence of this article Mrs. Winslow is
becoming world renowned as a benefactor
of her race; children certainly do rise up
and bless her; especially is this the case in
this city. Vast quantities of the Soothing
Syrup are daily sold mid used hero. Wo
think Mrs. Winslow has immortalized her
name by this invaluable article, and wo
sincerely believe thousands of children
have been saved from an early grave by its
uncly use, and that millions yet unborn
will share its benefits, and unite in calling
her blessed. No mother has discharged
her duty to her suffering littlo one, in our
opinion, until she has given it the benefit
of Mrs. Winslow's Soothini' Syrup. Try
if, mothers try it now. L'tdies' Visitor,
New York city. Sold by all druggists.
Twenty-five cents a botte.
Giiatitl'Dk Lavished. Is clipped from
the columns ot the "Journal-Courier," New
Haven, Conn., the following endorccment:
"Gratitude of a character, strong, ernest
and impetus, is daily, in person and by
letter, being lavished upon H. H. Warner
it Co. for the introduction of, and the mak
ing so extensively known, their wonderful
euro named as Warner's Safe Kidney and
Ouk drug stores are now supplied with
"Malt Bitters," the new it mil medicine
which lias clone so much good ' and comes
to us so highly recommended. Try it. It
may save you heavy doctors' bills.
rpiIE CEI.EKRArED i.LYC'EL'INE LOTION
-1 give Immediate relief, and a radical cure for
Illieumii tlsm. Neuralgia. Malaria,
Diphtheria, I'lii niuoiila. Sure Throat,
Inflammation of the Luni;s. Etc.,
Lame. Back. Inflammation of thu Kidney. Iiack
ache, I'llte, Uunioiif . or Sorenepp of the feet from
w hatever caiKe, Hum or r-calilp. and nil Infliiniiiia
lory Dlcviifcf "Sabannlf" will pave life. Do not
neglect lo buy a bottle.
Our Illuminated circulars n-nt free on application
We piiBrantee patipfactlon or money refunded.
Price, fioc. and 1 per bottle.
Trial bot Hex i-ic.
Sahi el flFtttiT Jt Company.
Proprietors. UiT Iiroadway. New York
Trde tupplled by ilorrimu, I'luniiner A Co.
Ml'Tl'AL AID SOCIETY .
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY,
Organized July 14th, 1877, Under the
Laws of the State of Illinois.
Copprighted July 'J, 1&TT, uudtr
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON, Pr.EmEST.
Mas. A. P. TAYLOR. - - Vice-Pkehden'T
J. A. GOLDsTINE, - Tkeascbeb.
Du. J J.GORDON, - - Mtti. Apviser.
THOMAS LEWIS, - SEcrtETARV.
R0AI1D OK MANAGERS:
J.J. GORDON. Phvpiclan Cairo,
Mrs. A. 1'. TAYLOR. Superintendent of
School)! Alexander Countv "
J. A. GOLDSTINE. ofGoldstine .V Hop
enwatcr. Wholesale and Ketaii Dealers
iu Staple and Eancv Dry Goods "
N. B. THlsTLEWOOD. of Hinklc .t
Thistlowood. Commission Merchantf,
Cotton and Tobacco factor M. "
S.D. AYItES, of Ay res .V Co., Commis
sion Merchant "
THOMAS LEWIS, Insuruuce Muniir
and Attorney at i.aw . .
WM. STRATTON of stratum A Bird
Wholesale Grocers "
GEu M. Al.DEN. Commission Mer
chant. 7" Ohio Levee
JAv .s. REARDEN. A font Mississippi
Yahev 'Iriiii-poitiitioii l utnpiinv "
CHAS.'K. sTl'ART. Wholesale and Re
tail Drv l.oods and Notions "
EDWARD A. Ul'DKlt. Miimibuturini;'
Jowier and Wiiolcvile dealer in ateh
maker'' Ton!" ami Materifii "
CHARLES LANCASTER. Lancaster
Rice. Lumber Dealers
i ll. l'ATIEH. C l). Patier .v. Co ,
Wholesole find Retail Merchants' ..
Rev. li. Y. cEuRwE, Pastor Presbyterian
.1. C. WHITE. Insurance Aire lit "
G. W M kEAIG, l'o-ttiuister
S. P. WHEELER. Attorney ut;d Coiit-cl-or
Mils. I.Ut lsA KIsllil.U K '
OVAII HAYTII RN, Wholesale uhd
Retail Hoots' Shoo and Dry Goods....
A.. J. 1URD. Merchant and ' Steamboat
1 1 Proprietor
WILLIAM KI.VgE. General Merch'dise "
P. G. silll'll. Wholesale and Ret.til
J.T UENNIE. Foundry aud Machinist.
Vn L. A HOWARD. Hoarding House..
W. F. PITCHER. Insurance Agent
A. HALLEY, Dealer Iu Stow, Tin and
t. W. i.REEN, Green, Wood .t Dennett
II. F. POTTER, Editor ni.d J'ubli-her
Argus-.loiiriiul .. Mound Cltv,
Mils. S. A AYERS Villa Ridge.
A. J. FRENCH, Flintier Hird Point.
- " A WEEK in your own town, and no
I capital risked. You can give the
I j I biisine a trial without expense.
I J The best opportunity ever otlWvd for
those willing to work. Y'ott shouid
trv no, Inn-' else till von see for vour
1 If what yon can do at the lmlnc we oiler." No
loom to explain here. You van devo .0 all jeur
time or only your spare time to the hti.Mhe. Htid
make great jiny for .'very hour thai you work
Women make a much a 'men. Send for pecial
private term and particular, which we mail tree.
J1 outfit free. Don't complain of bard time while
you have ttch a chance. Addre II. 1IALLETT
CCi.. Portland. Maine.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, Preldctit.
II. L. HALLIDAY, Vlce-Prepldcnt.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY, Cahlcr.
II. STAATS TAVI.OIt, W. P. HAt.l.ltlA Y,
IICNHT L. HA1.1.IUAY, II. II. ITS.NINUIIAM,
. U. WILLIAMSON, STEPHEN II1U,
II. II. CANIIKK.
ExchiuiffP, Coin and United States Bonds
UOUOUT AND SOLD.
Dot).iltrvr.eived and a iron oral banklus hunlnopt
Ily uddrtwliitt GEO. P 110 fVKl.L A CO., 10 Spruce
treei Nuw York, can loam the exact cost of any
proponed lino of ADVERTISING lu American
nownptipern. "1iki pane pamphlet. 10 cent,
A YEAR ind eipc!io to
Agents. Outfit free Address. I
WChfcUV, Atlanta, jtaino.
"POUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
x STEAM FOROE.
Vulcan Iko-n Works
91011I0LKVEE. CAIRO. II LS.
John T. Remiie,
HAVING established hi work at the above men
Honed place I better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Steam Eugitio and Mill Murhtuerv.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tools, the
manufacture of all kinds of Machinery, Railroad,
Steamboat and Bridge Forgingi made a iTieclalty.
Especial tt'.toLIioL given to repairs of Et dnes and
Brass Castings of all kind made toordot
Pipe F tting in all l' branches.
Q D. WILLIAMSON fc CO.
70 Ohio Ieveo,
Boat Stores and (iroceries,
Of all kind.
Ol'K.V XIOIIT -VXD DAY.
Fresh Dairy and Gilt Edge r.ntter. Oyster and all
kinds of fruit when in season, on haiid ami deliv
ered promptly at residences free. Oysti rs delivered
WOOD AND COAL.
Qt W. WHEELER,
Dealer In all kinds of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington and
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN' TJIK CITY
oOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
for. Nineteenth street and I, P.iirn Til
Commercial Ave.. 1 V.UIOtJJJ
C. O. P ATI Eli fc CO.
T. J- O'LOUiHLIN,
lancy G poceries
Flour of all (irades. Selected Teas.
Pure Unlives and Spice.
Choice Syrups uud Molasses, Foreign
and Domestic Fruits, Canned.
Fruits in Variety, Etc.. Etc., Etc.
Call and Examine Our stock!
(. mils Delivered Promptly :ml
Free of Expense.
Cor. Twentieth Street, North Side I'oplar.
Obtained for new Invention, or for improvements
ouold ones; tor meincul or other compound, trade
marks anil labels. Caveats. Assignment. Inter
ference. Appeal. Suits for Infringement, find
All cases arising under the Patent Laws, prompt
ly atti'tnleil to, Invention that have been
UV 1 V( VV 1 1 l'-v ''"'" l,l,1' u may still.
1 lH A; II J 1 ' n mst case, betiatetiled by
us. Being opposite the I'. S. Patent liejiarlmeiit,
and engageil In Patent business exclusively, we can
make closer searches, and secure Putetits more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
are reunite ff" Washington.
1 Yl'l'VTl VK' """d " niodel or sketch f
lil rill 1 v Iio your device; we malic ex
amination and advise as to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence strictly conlldenfial.
Prices low, utiil no charge unless J'al.ent Is -secured.
Wo refer In Washington, to Ilo'i Pnsttnaster
(li'tieral D. M. Key. Rev. F. D. Power The German
American Nutloual Bank, to ofilelais in the I'. S.
Patent Office, and to Scuator and Representative
In Congress: and especially to our clients lu every
Statu In the Union and, in Canada. Aildren
C. A. SNOW Ac CO..
Opposite Piitsnt OlTirs. Washington D. C
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Mauulacturer of and Dealer In Also
TIN, COITKR A B1IEET-IR0N WARE
(V ALL RINDS OF JOB WORK MINI TO 0111)111.43
NO. 27, EIGHTH STRKkT.
HA1IIO, I t ILLINOIS
SPRING AN'D SUMMER STYLES OK DIAGO
NALS, WOIL'-TEflS, ENGLISH TWrF.KS ind
CASflMF.RES MADE TO ORDER IN THE HOST
SAMH.ES AND RULES FOR
SELF MEASUREMENT SENT FREE.
ffi-W 1:1 s,l"'' 3 Sc' li,:l"1"' Kiife
lll.lilO Sivi.llu ,,nl H. . Lr ,.,,1.. a,!
I'ia misi, Mool, Cover A Book. $J10 to Jlueo. Ilin.
trued utalogite EI! EE Address DANIEL K.
BEATTY. Washington. N.J.
Waters' Pianos ami Organs!!
BEST MADE ; wiirru ted six years. New Pi
anos, stool and cover, $lise, umvaril. New Organ,
fl.'i. T."). upward, liliistrated catalogue
free. Agents wanted. Second hand instruments,
at bargains. Horace Waters 4 Co.. S-.ti Broadway,
On 30 Days Trial.
We will send our Ei.ectiio-Voi.taio Belts and other
Electric Appliances upon trial for SO davs to those
sull'ering from Nervous Debility, Hheiinnitism, Par
alysis or any diseases of the Liver or Kidney, and
many other diseases. A sure cure guaranteed or no
pay. Address Voltaic Bell Co., Mashall. Mith.
Or. Laseelle's English
' until.,, the lnitnv o-rMlb-rl orel.nra.
lions for tins disorder which duly relieve
IL-hllt. Ii..1 t (h., T.uil.tnl .-l'V't-t: lil'UUl
;NENTLY! and has heeu Indorsed in this respect
in-.- j.iisi j dip o uiu joaiiini; iiieiin ui nuiuuri-
ties in Europe. No churge maile to give it a fair
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i,ri,ap ' . L.nieiic-3 u lluei 1I.K---S III plIlueBCU PUI-
fering npplisant a FREE package on their for
warding name and post oftlce address to hi sola
agents for the Tinted states and Canada, Messrs.
Slooum A Co , No.-I Cedar st., New York.
Malt Bittei: Company.
Mali and Hops.
B I T T E H S.
THERE Is no greater Blood Purifying and Llfo
Oiving prircipie in the world of 'medicine thsn
MALT BITTERS, prepared hv the iALT BIT
TERS COMPANY from uufcrmeutid malt anil
hops. It Is a ported renovator of feeble and ex
hausted constitution. U enriches the blood, solid
ifies the hones, hardens the muscles, quiets the
nerves, perfects digestion, cheer the mind, and
vitalizes with new life ovofv fluid of the body. It
is so. because it strikes at the root of all debility
ENFEEBLED DD.EoTION and IMPOVERISH
ED BLOOD. Sold everywhere.
Lawn .Mower Co
(Jl Ilnrtti nl, Conn.,
MANlFACTfKEIlS OF THE
ami CHARTER OAK
Tiese Mowers have become celebrated through
out the World, where lawns nro cultivated, as be
ing the most perfect and desirable Laws Mowers
ever made. They stand at the head ol the list of
Law li Mower in the I', s. anil Europe, 'liny con
tuluail the Improvements that exncrlcnco In' their
niaiintactnre can suggest; are beiiutifullv finished,
thoroughly made, aud tlo splendid work' on every
variety of inwti
Hand Mower Sires, from S to 12 indies. Pony
and Horse size. '.'4. and :ii Inches, Send for
SOLD BY OVR AOENTS EVERYWHERE.
ftO PATENT, JNO PAY.
P A T E S T S
obtained for mechanical devices, medical or other
comtioutipls, ornainontal di'slgns. trade-marks and
labels. Caveats, Assignments, Interferences. Iu
frlngemcuu. and all uiuMer relating to Patents,
'iromptly atleuiled to. We make prcllminaty ex
mlnations and furnish opinions as lo piiioutahlll
v. free of charge, and all who lire Interested in new
mentions and Patents Bre Invited to send for
.ipyofour "Ikilde for obtainl.- g patents," which
i petit free to any addtlre, and contains complete
isiructlons how to obimn Putetits and other valu
ble matter. During the pas', five years we have
obtained nearly three thousand Patent for Amurl.
can aud Foreign inventors, andean give satisfactory
men-lire inainiopi every routiiv Ml tne I bleu.
Addre: LOCIS B.WiOER A'CO.. Snlloltor of
Patents and Attorneys at Law, Le Droit Building
n asuiugmu, u.
YOCUM & HRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor. .
CAIItO, - - ILLSj,
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