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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 17, 1830.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THY MOBNIMO (MONDAYS IXClCITin).
K. A. Hurnett.
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WILLIAM II. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS,
of Clay County.
For Secretasy of State,
JOHN II. OBEULY,
of Alexander County.
LOUIS C. STARSEL,
of St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, 1Kb district,
of Randolph County.
Annleton s Headers were ileclinoil as a
u-ift by tlio St, Louis board August 24,
ltfoO, by llio decisive vote ot seventeen to
Publisher. 8oven. Thus emphatically were these
books refused nsiigiftia the home of their
If you wish to take care of your health,
Why is a miser like a man with a slim t
memory? lsecuuse lie is always for-get
They have decided to put the obelisk on
a knoll, v ery tipiironriiite place ior a knol
led thiii'' like that.
A Chinaman.wli'o wuslociinprat nn Amor
ican eatim? trine, said. "And yet he links
dear little mice!"
How different arc the aldermen of Cleve
land from those of any other city ! In a re
port in the Plnindealer, wo lind that "Al
derman llhuik arose ami made a lew seiisi
ble remarks. Can lie be lureil to remove
to Detroit.' Detroit Free Press.
A Toronto alderman, of the typical ample
dimensions, wandered r.roumt for a white
on the 1st day of April, with a placard
across his back inscribed: "Widened at
the expense of the coiporation."
Teacher "Suppose you have two sticks
oi candy and your big brother gives you
two more, how many have you got then ;
Little boy(shakini' Ins head) ''You don't
know him he am t that kind ol a boy
A Kansas City reporter records the fact
that tho defeated candidate "took his way
to the train wrapped in gloom and new
storo clothes. Tho gloom was nn elegant
tit, but the store clothes were too short in
the legs and baggy about the shoulders.
"I'll teach you how to lie and steal, and
smoke, and use profane language," said an
irate Galveston father, at the same time
swinging a good sized club; "I'll teach
you, you young scamp." "Never mind,
lather, 1 know all about them branches al
A man who was possessed of a pair of
twins of whom he was very proud was al
ways praising and reciting their good qual
ities. At last he gave them an overdose of
an opium tincture which killed them. His
friends said he was only carrying out his
practice ot laudanum to the skies.
While moving a log recently, Milo Par
sons, of Forthville, Conn., found himself
suddenly covered iroru head to foot with
hornets. Want ot space forbids the publi
cation ot his remarks. Boston lian-
The weak, cracked voice of the little old
maid up in the gallery is just as sweet to
the One in whose praise the hymn is raised
as the bell-like notes ot tho lugu-iiriced
soprano in the choir. Philadelphia
It is asserted that alter a few drinks of
both liquids no man can distinguish claret
from buttermilk by the taste, nnd this
statement has been proved by experiments.
There is nothing remarkable about that,
however. Beyond a certain point, which is
ordinarily reached by one a. m., very few
men can tell the dillereneo between whisky
and seltzer, especially if ho takes them
together. Burlington Ilawkeye.
"And what is your name?" Baid Spicer,
as the porter gave tho finishing touch to his
calfskins. "Mark, sur," said the Hibernian
as he gathered his brushes. "Sorry," 6aid
tho questioner; ,-you won't live long. Death
loves a shining Mark," and depositing a
shining mark in the polisher's hand he strol-
ed away, leaving the old man of brushes to
ask the nearest row boy "F' what thut
square oulb telly meant by that';" Bostou
. Cairo, 111,, Thursday, Evening,
Sept. 10, 1880.
The weather is very pleasant, but not
what may bo classed as iiealthy. Tho
iiights am too cold and tho days too warm
Business remains about as it opened at
the beginning of tho week. There is no
activity to speak of and in thoso conimodi
ties displaying most. There is a dearth of
receipts and therefore a scarcity of sup
River business displays tho usual activity
of this season ot tho year with a good stage
of water to all points. .
FLOUR Low grades are quiet and dull.
Choice is in fair demand at quotations.
HAY Receipts havo been fair during
the week, and stocks are moderately good!'
Choice is iu steady request at best figures
CORN Transactions are very much re
stricted by scarcity of supplies. Very lit
tle coin has found its way to this market
during the past few weeks, but all receipts
found ready sule. Prices arc quoted a
shade higher to-day.
OATS Firm and in good demand. The
supply is very short, owing to lack of re
M tAL 1 he movement is small, but
prices are steady and firm,
BRAN Prices are firm with an upward
n-t-u neceipis oi cnoice are very
light, and the demand active. Common is
plenty and neglected.
EGGS The market is full stocked and
easier. Prices are shaded to-day in favor
I OL LTRY The supply is large, and the
market easy, with a tendency to lower
GRAPES Wo note sales of 1300 pounds.
at 0 cents, which is the present ruling
POTATOES AND ONIONS-Are un
changed since our last report.
A I).ISi,ST,iAT0Jrs BALK OF REAL EH-
Public notice it hereby ilvcn tlist by virtue of a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alexan
der county, Illinois, miulo and entered at tho Juno
term thereof, A. 1). 1S-0, in a cause wherelu Ell.a
J . Twente. administratrix of the estate or Alexander
Twontu. deceased, was pliilntld'.and Ida O, Twente,
Amos A. Twente. Asa I). Twuntu, Arinr II. Twente,
K.ra J. Twente, ,lohn If, C'lurk. rrankllu lilitunil
il!lnm Tolbert. were defendants, fur the sulo of
real estutu to pay the dents of the said Alexander
Twente, deceased, I, thu undersigned, adminis
tratrix ii b aforesaid, will on Wednesday,
the tf'th dny of September, IShO, at t-levcu
o'eloel: a. in., at the front door of the court
house In Cairo tu said Alexunder rourty, pro
ceed to sell at iniblle sale, to the highest bidder
the following 1 scribed real estate, free nnd clear
of thu dower of tho undersized as widow olthe
said deceased. namely:
The undivided live slxlhe (M) or the southeast
quarter, of the northwest quarter, aud of the south
west quarter of thu northwest quarter, of etion
twcntv-tlvo ttftilu township iWecu, south rano
No. three (:l) west of the third principal meridian
in said Alexander county, tor li.e purpose ol puy
Iiil' the debts of said estatM.
The terms of sale are, m,e ! nlf cash down, and
the balance In one year with mile, and also inort
Race on the real estate so;u to secure the deferreil
payment: said nutu t.i h.i. r. .i , ii,,. ri ,r
tlx per cunt. K LIZA J. VWKNTK,
. . . Adiiilstrutilx.
vairo. in., Aug. jo, i!N).
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
the , '
Shortest and Quickest Route
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The prices Hero Riven are lor sales from
first bauds lu round lots. An advance is
chareed for broken lotsiu tilliccordcrs.
I uo.,j '.
:K) hole Various
W " choice
hUl ,1 i
luuiir..... . -c
70 " low erade a avs t
9 car choice Timothy.
i cr cnoice mixed
3 car strictiy prime Timothy
ienrs mixed In sacks ,
l car mixed, bulk ,
1 car white, hulk
Whereas. K. Marlon Lawrence and Kvullnc l.nw
rence his wile, did, by Uielr deed of trust heariiiir
mui uiiiiu si, .i. ii. if.,:., nm recorded n there
corner h otiii e ot Alexunder cuili.tv. Illinois. .In vl
A, 1). lfflt In Hook tl" oi'Tiust lieeds.on iiaw : :),
convey to the undersiuned trustee, the followiui;
real esuue smiaie eo HUT v o A exiinderimii stme
of Illinois, to wit : 'J'ho soutlieast quarter of the
uuiuiwKsi uiiiirier. a ( Ilie nort hens! omirter nrt in
southwest quarter, all of section thlrtv foiiri.'Hi.
township fourteen (14), ranee twoCJI. west of third
principal meridian, in trust to secure the payment
ot n cerium promissory note in said deed ol trust
described: and whereas, default has been made In
the payment ol said note, which said note remains
miif! since past due and utitmli . Now. theruforu.
on application of the leyal holder of said note no
lice is Itereuv L' veil, that the inn er.d,iied trustee
Will, on JIoNDAV T1IK '.'VTII llAV of Smi KM1IKII. A
I), lswi, at the door of the court house, in said Al
exandcr county and Mate of Illinois, al the hourof
so ciock p. m. or salddav. oiler tor sale and sell
at public auction to the hlirhest bidder, for cash, the
above described real estate to pay aud satisfy the
amount of principal and interest due upon said
note. WILLIAM IIULEN, Trustee.
(.auto, iu.., August 'Jo, isji-i,
Maie oi Illinois, Alexander county-?.
In the Circuit Court of Alexander County,
lemocr lerm iyi.
I'e'er Conrad vs Matthew J (van Debt In
ttttarbment. Demand Si.!iiW.:i',.
The above named defendant is hereby notified of
me pennancy ot ine anove attachment, at the suit
of Ceter Conrad. aaint the ei-tate of Matthew.!.
Kyan, for the sum of nnd before the nhove
named court now peiidinm andthat unless said de
fendant shall appear, clve hail and plead wlth'ii the
time limited for his appearance in such case, to
wit: on or before the third day of the September
term of said court, to be bidden it the court house
iu said county on the the third Monday of Septem
ber, lss'l. judgment will he entered, and the estate
so attached will he sold.
JOHN A. KEEVE.
Clerk of said Court.
Cairo, 111.. Ancust'.vtb, IKsi.
(ireen Sc liilbert. Attjs.
cars In In k
5 carschoice iu bulk
For Senator of the 50th district,
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jackson conuty.
D. T. LISEGAIi,
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
'Tub right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Itliihts of Persons and the ltlhts of
Froperty must bo preserved - Extract from Gen.
Hancock's letter upon taking charge of the Louis
BOUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce mv-
J self as a candidate at the un.uliiK November
election, for the office of County Attorm v for the
conniy oi Aiexanuer, Illinois, a.mu o Ltr.i.
niRCUIT CLERK -Wo
v nouriM- thut AI.KY.
are authorized to mi
ll. 1KV1N will lie arandi
date at the rustling November olectlon for thu
trice of circuit clerk lu Ale xuuder county.
Believers iu metempsychosis have had
their faith refreshed hy a recent child w ho,
upon comini' into the world, made a search
ing scrutiny of his surroundings, and sink
ing bnek in the nurse s arms remarked,
''Thank Heaven, at last I have got myself
born into a family that is condortabls fix
ed." From the French.
An Englishman and a Welshman disnut
ing in whose country was the best hvins.',
said the Welshman : "1 here is such nolil e
housekeeping in Wales that I have know n
above a dozen cooks employed at one wed,
ding-dinner." "Ay," answered the En it,
lisliman, "that was because every one toast
ed his own cheese."
Butter? You remember the story of the
guest who was eating more butter than
biscuit, while tho landlady looketl on, and
fidgeted, and hinted until she fairly went
into a nervous tit. Finally she said: "Do
you know that butter is up to 00 cents a
pound! J he hungry guest reached out
and took what there was lett. "Well," he
drawled, approvingly and reassurdingly,
"good butter is wuth it."
OitiiiT a woman to kiss a tobacco-Chew-
er'.' "Yes if she chews" and no one might
to choose to be without Spring Blossom, to
keep there blood in order. Paul G. Sciiuh
300 bble City,
1 cur iu bulk
:v tnhs Northern '
W packages Illinois
Jiio lbs choice I'Ortteru
POR SIIERIFF-Weare authorised to aiinnnnco
A that Mr. JOHN HODGKS will he a candidate
for re-election to the office of Sheriff, of Alexandre
coanty. at the next November election, subject
nly to the vote of the people at the polls.
Enellsh campaign clubs and
support the Democratic
ah usncocK ana mil'
otner oriranlzatiniiH which
candidates, are requested to send to W. II. Iluriitim
chairman national Democratic committee, MS Fifth
avenue, New York.
1st, The name and location of their organiza
M. A statement of tho number of members en
rolled. 4. The names of officers.
4th. Accounts of meetings held.
5th. Report, every week during the campaign,
of the number and Increase, of membership, with
the condition and prospects of the canvass.
"More food and less medicine, more of
nourishment and strength, less of the debil
itating influence of drugs is what our feeble
nnd exhausted constitutions require," suid
Baron Liebig, when he perfected the com
position of the "Malt Bitters."
Jons WoKitNK.u, 1173 Michigan street
Buffalo, says he hus been troubled for years
with rheumatism of the knee, and until he
tried Dr. Thomas' Eelectri Oil. could not
find anything to relieve him, he is now
cured and enthusiastic in praise of it.
I'al'lG. M'iiui, Agent.
To all who are suffering from the errors
od indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
net s, early decny, lost of manhood, etc., 1
will send a reeipo that will cure you,
freo of charge. This great remedy 'was
discovered by a missionary lu South
America. Send a self-addressed enevlopo
to the Kov. Joseph T. Ionian, Btntion I),
Jiew York City.
Is it possible that a remedy made of
such common simple plants as hops, btichu-
liiainiraKe, dandelion, etc., make so many,
and such marvelous and wonderful cures as
Hop Bitters do? It must be, for when old
and young, rich nnd poor, pastor und doc
tor, lawyer nnd editor, all testify to having
been cured by them, we must believe and
tiouot no loii''er. Nr other co num. Post.
Scientific Sitchss.Au American col
lege of physicians once offered a reward for
any authenticated fuse of genuine Diabetes
which had been entirely cured. The oll'er
remained open for several years, ami was
then withdrawn. Were it in force now, it
could instantly be cured by the proprietors
of Warner's Safe Di'tbetes Cure, for several
remarkable recoveries have just conic to the
notice of the writer. Diabetes is a most
deceitful disease, and seldom makes itelf
felt except by its results Any readi rs who
nre suffering from id-health Hnd do not
know thu causes should not delay, as it may
be at the cost of life, which Wamer'a Sate
Diabetes Cur is guaranteed to save.
500 dozen .
3UU " .
M dozen spring ,
1 coops mix.'d
3 coops choice hens...
er bhl. ...
S. C. Hums, canvassed.
.MhK) lbs Clear slues...
Clear Rib bides
0 ounce burlaps. 'J't
Oal sacks, 0 bushels
..9 VlfolO 5j
.2 -son fiU
..11 00111 50
. IB OAS&.IO
State of Illinois. Alexander Coutitv ss
In the Circuit Court of Alexander 'County
tember term. 1SS .
The City National ftankof Cairo vs. MutthrwJ.
Rvan Debt In attachment. Demand II
The above named defendant is herehv untitled of
tho tiendaiiCV of the RlutVe Ht!nehm..Tit Ml 111,, anil
of the City National Bank ol Cairn aira'tist the es
tate of .Matthew J. Ryan for the sum of $'4.11. and
before the above named court now pending; and
that unless said defendant shall anin ar. eive bail
and plead with. n the time limited for his appear
ance in such case, to-wit: ou or before the. third
day o the September term of said court, to be
holden at the ct.urt bouse in said rountv nr. the
third Monday of September I", judgment will be
entered, and the estate so ttehd will be "old.
JUIN A. REEVE,
clerk of said Court.
Cairo. Ills.. August Qt.th, ;i.
Green & Gilbert, Attys
Manufacturer tir.d rtt-t'rr in Custom-made
k- ' H
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only JLino Uuriniiiy;
9 DAILY TRAINS
J-1 rom Jairo,
Makixg Dikkct Coxnkctiox
Tiiains Leave Cahio:
M: 1 5 a in. Mail,
Arrlvlnc In St. Louis !i: 15 a.m. ; Chieayo. S;an p.m.
Connectini; at Odin and Kllinijham for Cliiein
null, Louisville, liidiiinuiolis and poitita East.
11 MO a.m. bt. JjOuiB mill Western
Arrivlny In St. Lonla T:o:p. m., and Coniiectiuu'
for all poihts West.
-4:'-J() ji.tn. r'ast I'.xirHM.
i'orSt. Louis und Chicago, arrlvinn at tit
io:,op.iii., ami Chicago , : a m
-1 :'-JO p.m. Cincinnati J'ZxproHH.
Arnviii'' at Cincinnati T:il a in.; Louisville
a.m.; Iridianapolls 4:i) u.m. I'asst-ti;ers
this train reach the above points ly to!
lloLR.S '.u advance of any other route.
JfTbo f :.11 n. m. exnr. ss has 1'L'I.LM AN
M.feEl'INli CAR Cairo to Ciiicltinatl. without
chanaes, and through .leeiersto St. Louis and
Fast Timo Kast.
ij t. 1 ,.pn ,,oin!i. uiltiont -iiv iUIhv
caused by Sunday liilei-vetiiuj... The Saturday after-
noon train rrotu Cairo arrives in m w lork Moudav
moruiii!! at l":;l.i. Thiriy-sli hours in advance uf
any other mute.
k"tf"""Kor throUL-h ttrkets and further Information.
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
lien . Southern Agent.
A. II. HANSON, lieu. l ass.
I. II. JONES,
CAIRO A: ST. LOUIS 11. K.
IT. AV. aMITHKHS. IiKoivr.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
QICK HEADACHE !.;
We Moan Cuicil, Sot Merely Keliovci,
And Cun I'rovu What wo Claim.
fflTheri! are no failures and no disappoint
ments. If you are troubled with SICK 1IEAD-
ACIIK you can he easily ami quickly cured, as
hundreds have been alreaily. We rliall be pleased
to mail a sheet of tertlmonials tu any interested.
9:30 a m
All wijik n.it raute l. a. ,i Kepairing neatly
(.one ou snoi i i,o:;. e.
liet'.veen i o iinierria! aLd
J u-hn (.Ion Ave.
Caii-o - - - Illinois
TO SWA YEAR, or $.r to
i"! a dav in vour own locality
Norik Women do1 us well
as men. .i:auv make more
than the amount stuted
above. No one can fall to
maKe money fast. Any one can l.i the work, l on
can make from sec to $'J an hour by devotlni; your
evenints and spare time to the bus'itiesK. It r'nts
nothlni' to try the hnslrn-ss. Nuthlni like it for
money maKltiL' everotfered before. Muslness nleup
ar.t and strictly honorable. Reader, if von want to
know all about the best pavum nusiuess before the
t iihlic. send us your address and we will scDd vou
full particulars and private terms frectsamnles
worths.) also free; you can then make
mind for yourself. Address
& Co., I'ortland.JMatne.
LIFE AM) HEALTH.
A. Vondprf ul Iifinody.
SAKE AND 8 1 II E .
The frroat Internal and Kxternal Kern-edy.
Pearlies, halves and quarters
Cholco navy cj
Choirs uieulum '.!!!'. I
Choice , o
(ood 1 is
. .ti CViM W
.. ,H lH 4 !'0
. 4 lH f, 60
. 7 (Kt( u no
.. 5 tHl 7 W
drain per Cwt
nay per cwt
Flour per bbl
l'ork per bbl
RATES OF FREIGHT.
RHEUMATISM. NEl'HAI.OIA. MALARIA,
Diphtheria, I'neumo lii. Sore Throat, Inllam
million of the Limes, Ac. Lame Hack, Inflamma
tion of the Kidneys. Dm ki'.che, I'i'ck, Ilunlons or
soreness of the Feet from whatever cauc, Hums
or Stalds. and all I nil u Hi m a 1 1 r Diseases, I'rlrklv
Hnat. Humors and all diseases of thu skin. For
all female complaints and weaknesses it has no
equal. Thousands have been saved from an un
timely death by Its use. Do not delav, but try It.
It Is a household necessity. Kull particulars. In
our Illuminated curds and cireulurs, seut free,
upon application by mull,
A trial will benefit you. Wo miiitanted satisfac
tion or inotiey refunded, l'rls. :soc. and 41 per
bottle. Trial bottles tv. Sg.dby all drti((iits.
Sami ki. Ctnuv ib Company,
Proprietors, uir liroudwav, New York
.a week In yoMrowntowti.tr outfit frso, No
)J)rlsk Reader. If yon wi.nt a business at
which nersons of efilipr .i,r nn, iumUm ivn
P y. f1 , ? 1 'J? t h v work, write for particulars to
li. HALLE TT ,t CO.. l'ortland
A WoNwinit't, DiscoviiHV ron tiih Lamita. A
supporter for weakly ladles, that.ls also a perfect
preventative to t4ie consequences of marriage.
Price $:); can be obtained by addresalni.post ollice
llox 41, Aljfona, Kossouth Co,, lew a,
Throuch Extress leaves Cairo
Through Express arrive, at E St Ixiuls
1 hroui;ti txpre.s leaves K. St Loan..,
Through Express irnvr. at Cairo
V'lrpbysboroa.commodstionlravei. Cairo 1 .V p m
-i i-puysooro acc arrives. at Muri'nysOoro , p m
.n'lrpoysooro acc. leaves .viurt'tiystxro . 5:" am
Murphvsboro Acc. arrives at t.ro.. 11 :jj m
TheCao A St Un Rjll Road is the only al
Rail Route hetween Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore there are delay, at
way stations awaitine cunn:tioL from other l:ne
Close and sure contiectloiis at St Louis witbo'.Ler
lines ior .orth. taut ana West
J. A. NAUOLE.
L. M. JOHNSON.
QIIIO fe MISSISSIPPI li'v
TIME TAltI.E OK PASsKNCKK TIIAINS UtOM
vinclnne1 (Not. :J0,
No. S Day Express lEzc-pt si.u:
' ft Epres. i Kxicpt Suuda); .
" 4 Niht Expresa (Daily; ..,
No. 5 Express i Except Sunday)
1 :Vt p. r:i
(',', P. in
M :'. i.i
i:"l . m
i 't' p. in
1 i. a. in.
1 Iay hxjiress (E'.-pt Sui.day)
i -ini r.xpress oiaiiy)
J. R. Cl.AMK. (.', S. CoN. Jll .
Agent Vlncennes. (ien. Tn:k:t Aii l UnelmiaU
CAIRO CITY F Kill IV CO.
On and after Monday, June 7th, und until lurther
notice tueicrryooul will make trips us follows:
Foot Fourth St.
7:oo . m.
0 MS) a. m.
11:1X1 a. m.
3 MX) p. m.
2 p. m.
7:W a. m.
ft::l) a. m.
ll::l tt. in.
J::w p. m.
h a. m.
ID a. m.
P . m .
5;:)) p. m.
rpiE CITY NATIONAL RANK
Carter's Little Liver Tills
Also cure all forms of Hlllou'tiess. prevent Constt
patlon and Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, relievo
distress from to i hearty eatinir. cornet Disorder
of the' Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, am! Ri-itulatc
the dowels. They do all this by lakinir just on
little (nil at n do.e. They are purely vegetable, do
not (:riMi or purirc. ano are n. nearly pertert as
It is possible lor u pill to be. Price vi.i cetts, i for
$1. Sold by driii;i.'lts evervwhere or s, ,t by mall.
CAKItlt HtDKINl, CO., ERIE. ('A
'ROPKIETOK OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
CE IJYTHE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Spccialtv.
o k r i c:
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
'OCUM & liRODERICK,
W. P. nALLIDAY, President.
II. I.. II ALI.1DAY, Vlce-l'resldent.
THOS. W.IIALLIDAY, Cashier.
STAATS TAYI.On, w, P. HAI.I.tnAT.
URNHT I HALLIllAr, R, II. OltMNINHIUM,
d. Williamson, sTKi-uKnnmn,
Exchanffo, Coin nnd United States Bonds
BOUOHT AND SOLI).
Depnsltsrccelvsd and s renem! ti.tililrn hn.lnua.
Washington Awnuo, Coi-.
CAIRO - ILLS
Authentic and Ifi
rial Life ol
liY COL. RUSSELL 11. CON WELL.
Author of the Life ol R It. Iljye.. Life
With an li,tr'du tion by
MARK HOPKINS. D. D , LI.. D
Kx I'residi t.t of Williams College.
This book is ( leem.tlv lllustrat.d
I'I.ate roiiTKAiT.: nearly iji i.uire.;
i ui or ioiiiioi" tin; niOL'raiHiy. inih c r
vUe. i,il private paj.ers r,f Oeinral (.arfield. with
his h tu-r of uifeptaijie, R. puhlWau platform, sta
tistual lads and f.ures for every Republican
voter, an 4 presi-iiiH a complete and thorounk
iliv t of the r. asor.s why the Republican
harty should still h" trusted w Ith the ifovernmeut
ol this pro.pi rou. nation. The author has cath
i r-'l hi. material for this work rltht from iikai
i,i aiitki-th-general's own home, relatives and
fulfil. and has had free a i ess to all the ina
terlal M'M ssar to produre the oturr Allli'.MTic
ami oerii ial Life of tii-tieral fiarfli Id.
'1 he iHHik mil alsy contain a saeuh of the life of
ten ( hester l( Arthur
'I I." Inirofiii Mot, Is wrlltm by that venerable
ami i las. ii al ho;r. Mark Hopkins, D. 1) , lu. o.
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trnted l of their bold operations for IH years In tt
different, states and territories, ballllufr detective
and officials of the law. (lest selling b, ok of tho
year, lu iioo sold In three months, ni cents fur
outfit; 1.W Tor sMiiipio copv. I.lhenl terms tn
aeht. N. DTHO.MI'HON iCO , rubllshers, nl
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