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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 29, ' 1830.
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TOFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
TVILLIAM H. ENGLISH.
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS.
For Secretaay of State.
JOHN U. OBERLY,
of Alexander County
LOUIS C. STAREEL,
of St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, 1Mb district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator oftbcWth district,
of Jackson county.
D. T. L1SEGAR,
of Alexander county.
H. R. BUCKINGHAM, '
of Union county.
"Tbi right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Fress, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Persona and the Rights of
Property must be preserved -Extract from Gen.
Hancocks letter npon taking charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTOItNEY.-I hereby announce my
self as a candidate at the ensuing November
election, lor the offlco of County Attornty for the
eonntt of Alexander. Illinois. ANGl'B LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK. We arc authorized to an-
nounce that ALEX. 11 1KVIN will be acandi
4 at at the ensuing November election fur the
office of circuit clerk In Alexander county.
FOR SHERUF We ro authorized to annonr.ro
that Mr. JOHN UODUEH will be a candidate
for re-election to the office of Sheriff, of Alexandre
county, at the next November election, subject
ouiy to me vote oi me people at tue puns.
FORCORONER We are authorized to annnnnee
that Richard KitzgeralA Is a cundidn'.e lor re
election the office of Alexander county,
General W. T Sueiixan.
"Write down the very best things yoa can think
or say oil, en. nancwK as anotneeranu a gentle'
man and I will sign it."
Gekeiul U.S. Grant.
"I bavenothing to say against Gen. Hancock.
tiayt known him for forty years, His personal, of-
uciai aua mintarv recora is goou.
James A. Gahpield.
"The man who at tern mi to iret nn a enlitical ex
cltement in this country on the old sectional insert
will Snd himself without a party and without sup
port." Hon. RohtRT Kill.
"OenUemrn! The principles of the Democratic
? tarty are as far alo the principles of the Hepsb.
Iran party as the battlemeuta of Linn heaven are
bomb mudsills of hell,"
Coixixu, John Ha.
"The lu'pnbllran hands in this campaign that at
tempt to defile the private character of (ten Han
cock would only defile thsmselvi'a. Hewasaaoi
Uler, patriot tod man of unsullied character, and
liia private record is unassailable.''
Hon. Caw, Siiuutx
"1 shall certainly nut attempt to dopredlcate ho
character of lien. Hancock, and tho great service
which ho has re 'dered to the country. Ho s a
gVX.mn of irreproachable c haruc.er. Wh I shall
bo sorry to see any effort made to discredit. As a
Midler, ho has shown signal bravery and skill lu
K ing troops under difficult circumstances, and
I. nan is identified with omeofiu. most eple i
did achievements of the war. ror all this every
good cltixcn will honor him.
Cns. WisriELD Srorr HaNrorK,
"full vote ; a free ballot; and a fulr connu"
"Public offlco is a trust, not a bounty bestowed
npon the holder. No incompetent or dishonest per
son should ever bo entrusted with it."
'If culled to tho Presidency I should deem It my
dtitv to resist with all mv power anv attempt to Im
pair or evade the full force and effect ot the con
stitution, which in every article, section aud amend,
ment. is tho supreme law of the land.'
"The right oi trim y j"rv, wiu
oi;i,....f ih.nir,.. the fieedoin of siieech, the
natural riRhtsof persons, aud the rights ol property
must be presi
HON. H. W. Ti'WSSESDWIM. srEAK AT
Golconda, Friday Ortober b.
New Hurnsiilc, Wednenlay October 6.
Stone Fort. Thursday October 7.
Cairo. Wednesday October 13.
0IIOS. SAMl'EL S XAnSltAU. WIU. STEAK AT
Golconda, Sutmday October0.
Metropolis. Monday Octeber 11.
Cairo. Weanesdav October M.
Mtirvh"slioro. Thursday October H.
Marion, Saturday October 14.
GEN. WD.UAM B. ASInK:S WIU SPEAK AT
Golconda. Saturday October 9.
Metropolis. Monday Octoer II.
Vienna. Friday octoUr li
I airo. Wednesday October 11.
Mtirphysboro. Th'Jrliy Ocobir 11.
Marion, Saturday Oc:onr .
nox. r. TorsoBLofiD wiu cteak at
Vienna. Tuesday October 12
Cairo. Wednesday October '. ?,
Anna. Thursday October 14
lmyuoin. Fridav October 15.
PlnKteyviUe, Saturday October V.
HOS. MUX H. 0EEKI.T WILL tTZAK AT
Phawceetown, Saturday October
t.oicotda. Miindtv October 1.
Metropolis. Tuefdny t.ftober 19
Jones ro. Thursday October
Sparta. Frdar UC.obrr.SJ
Marion. Thursdav October ? .
Marph.Vfboro, Friday October .
Duvao'iC, Saturday October .
Cairo. Monday November 1.
Ev order of Cocnescional Committee.
R. F BEOASZ. W. U Gbees.
The neispaperi ol the District are requested to
copy the atuvc.
DEMOCRATIC PRECINCT MEETINGS.
Hon W W BArr will speak at Alto, Friday, K'.ty
ber 1, at " p m; Anna, Saturday, Oct i, at ; p n.
Hon F E A;l ri;ht will spttk at Bell'i Mill. Mon
day, Kt J, at 7 p m: Preston's school Houe,
Tutsav, Oct 6, at 7 p m: Williard s Landing,
Wednesday, (ct i, at 7 p m; Reynold's School
House, Thursday, Oct 7. at 7 p m ; Donjo'.a, Sttur
day, Kt . at 11 a m.
Hon Jesse Ware will speak at Mill Creek, Tburs
dv, Sep. , at 7 p m; Gregory School Houe,
Fridav, Oct 1, atp m: Karrakrr school Houe.
atcrdar, Oct 2, at 7 p m; Meiseihc.atr School
MoLdayl tct t, at 7 p m.
Hon D T Unegar wtl speak at Mt Pleasant,
Monday. Oct 4, at 1 p m; ratr.ga. Motdar, Oct
4. kt 7 p m: E.BiOrt Sctool Uou-e, TueMiav, Oct 5.
at 7 p m ; borzoi, Saturday. ( k 9, at 1 p m.
H n Georse W Hill will speak at Lick frees,
Friday, Oct 1, at7 p m: Mokow, Saturday, Oct
at7p m: Me'.setteimer school House, Moncay,
Oct 4, at 7 pm,
flasket picnic at Jit Pleasant; Barbecue at Don
Hon Wm Hartzell will spek at I";iirs viile. Sat-
crdir. 6c: J, :;t 1 urn: C'arteravilie. Siturdiy, Oct
at 7 o m; JetTcrsonville, Monday I M 4. at l p m:
M.rlon. ilondiv.Oct 4. at ;tn: Puller's Mill.
Tuesday, Oct h, at 1pm: Kimmej's Scbrnl Hua-e,
luesday, Oct 5, at 7 pm; Stone Fort. Thursday,
Oct . , a: 1 p m.
Hon R W TowEkhend will ip-ak at Stone Fort
also on the 7th.
Hon Wm .1 A'.Icb will speik at hike Creek, Wed
nesday, On 6. at 1pm; Roswell a springs (i,rassy
Precmct) Thurtday, Oct 7. at 1 p m.
C Hon F E Albright will speak at Shlloh,
Wednesday. Sept at 1 p m; Chester, Thurs
day, Sept 1 p in,
Hon W, I Allen will speak at Shlloh, Wednes
day, Sept at 1 p m; Chester, Thursday, Sept
at 1 p m.
Hon Wm llarlzell will will be present fit ail the
above meetings except Kaskaekia and Chester.
By order of Congressioaal Committee.
W II GKttN, Ctatiman,
R, Fkioa.nza, Secreuiry.
Hon Wm K Mnrpby will speak at New
Columbia. Thursday, Sep 30, at 1 p m;
Ilenton; School House, Tueldav, t)ct 5, at
1 p m; Itrooklvn. Tuesday Oct 5, at 7
p m; Aikin's School House, Wednesday, Oct n, at 1
p m; IIAK urove Bcnooi iioase, neuueeuay, wi ,
at 7 pm.
Hon W W liarr. will stisnk at Striiitrtnwn. Tues
day, Oct S, ut 1 p mt Metropolis. Tuesday, Oct , at
7 pm ; Aikin s scnooi House, wennesunv, n;i n, ai
1 nm; Oak Grove School House, Wedaesday, Oct ,
at 7 p m .
fieri Wm 11 Anderson and Hon Samuel S Marshall
will speak at Metropolis, Monday, Oct 11, III 1 p m.
TOPE COt NTV.
Hon W A Spnnn will speak at Kildyvllle. S.it-
nrilay.Uit i, at l pm.
Hon Wm K Muruhv will sneak at Rose liud, Fri
day, (let l, at 1 p rn : r.unyviiie, Miuruiiy oci ai
p rh; New Liberty, Monday, Oct 4. 1 p m
Hons Samuel S Marshall and Wm Hartzell will
speak at Golconda, Saturday, Oct 11, ut 1 P
Hons Geo W Hill and W A Spann w.ll sneak at
Keltmr School House, Tursdav. Sep siS, 7 p in;
Tunnel Hill, Wednesday, t ct i, at 7 n m.
Hon Wm J Allen will speak at Gorevllle. Monday,
Oct 4, all pm;.ew llrunside, Monday, Oct 4, at 7
Hun Wm Hartzell will speak at Grange Store,
(Elvira Township), Wednesday, Oct U at 1 p m;
New Ilurnside, Wednesday Oct U. at 7 p ni ; Grunts
burgh, Friday. Oct S. ut 1 pm.
Hons V H Vouiigblood and S P Wheeler will
speak at Vienna, Tuesday, Oct Yi, at 1 p m.
Hon Jas M Gregg will speak at White Church
(l'aradie I'recinet.) Mondav Oct 4; Old DuQ'ioln
Tuesday. Oct 6; Ituitnd Prairie School House. Wee
nesrinv, Oct ; Gwnnwick, Thursiliiv, Oct 7; Cutler
Frlduv. Oct t: Denmark. 'Saturday Oct I); Eaird
School House, Saturday, Oct V, 7 p hi.
Hon S P Wheeler will sneak at Villa Ktrtue.
Naturdny.Oct i, at 7, p in; Jlouud City. Monday.
Oct 4 at 7 p m ; New tirand Chain, Kriday, Oct l'i,
::) p in; WetaiiK, Saturday. Oct Hi, 7 u in.
Hon W A Hpatin will speak at Voniid City Tues
day. Ortrt, all pm; Pulaski. Wednesday, Oct 6,
at 7 p m; Ullen, Thursday, Oct 7,7 p m.
Hon M C Crawford will speak at Oimstea.l. Sat-
nrflar.tM ti.at 1 m; New errand Chain, Satur-
uav, uciyai o:ip id.
The Voltaic Belt Co.. Marmiall
Mien. Will send their celebrated Electro-
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon JiO days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean whaj they say. Write to them with-
GEN. HANCOCK ON "REBEL CLAIMS."
Tho following correspondence has juut
been made public in Now York :
Cincinnati, 0., sept. 20, 1880.
To Gen. W. 8. Hancock, Governor's Island,
New York ;
Dear Sin I cucloso slips cut from tho
Gazette end Commercial of this city, both
of them newspapers of large circulation and
influence iu Ohio nnd Indiana, rrferring, as
you see, to tho niuch-harped-upon subject
in our politics of rebel claims. Theso news
papers and Republican stump-speakers are
constantly averting that if you aro elected
president claims of disloyal peonlo of the
South for losses sustained in
tho war will be allowed and paid
by the United States. They further
direct special attention to the fact that this
charge has been made against tho Demo
cratic partv, and that you, its candidate
for President, have not denied it. This
warfare is made in all seriousness and
maintained with great earnestness, and re
peated day alter day in press and speeches.
You arc known to the country as a frank,
honest soldier, now the representative of the
Democratic party, and have the right to
speak for it. Whatever you may have to
say, the people will hear and believe. I
submit the matter to your judgment as to
what you should say or whether you should
inake'any public utterance at all. Very
respectfully yours, Theodore Cook.
KEI'LY OF ("EX. HANCOCK.
Governor's Island. N. Y., Sept. 03.
Theodore Cook, Esq, Cincinnai, 0. :
Dear Sir - Your letter of the 20th icst.
has been rex eived. I regret that you are
disturbed about that the bugbear -Southern
war claims." The people cannot be
misled by it. To suppose that "rebel
cUlms" or claims in the interest of persons
who were in the rebellion can in any way
or in any degree be countenanced, is an
imputation of disloyalty, such as used to be
made against Democrats, evou when thev
were iu arras defending the country,
So far as it touches me I denounce it. The
government caa never ra a
debt or grant a pension or reward
of any sort for waging war upon its own
existence, nor could I be induced to ap
prove or encourage the payment of such
debt, pension, or reward. Nobody expects
or wants such unusual action. To propose
it would be an insult to the intelligence
and honor of our people. 'When the re
bellion was crushed the heresy of secession
in every form and in every incident went
forever. It is a thing of the dead past.
We move forward, not backward. If I
were president I would veto all legislation
which might come before me providing for
the consideration or payment of claims of any
kind tor losses or damages by persons who
were in the rebellion, whether pardoned or
In relation to Union war claims the gov
ernment's obligation to its defenders comes
first. They are lasting and sacred. The
public laws of civilized nations do not in
general recognize claims for injuries to
property resulting troni the operations of
war. "Nevertheless our government has
treated, with great indulgence, the claims
for losses and damages suffered by Union
men from the military operations of the
war of the Union. But hostilities were
closed more than fifteen years ago claims
of that nature, now mostly in the hands of
brokers or persons other than the original
sufferers, are becoming stale and in my
judgment might fairly be considered as
barred by the lapse of time, and if here
after entertained at ail should be subjected
to the strictest scrutiny. Yours very truly,
W . S. Hancock.
The above is a sufficient answer to all
the Republican campaign stones which
have been circulated concerning General
Hancock's attitude on this question. It is
the word of a soldier, the word ot a man
who has never yet violated his pledged
honor. Ridiculous as this bugaboo is, it
seems that every Democratic presidential
candidate is compelled by an idotic clamor
to sacrifice his sense of dignity by promis
ing not to turn the moon into green cheese.
Vf'e are sorry to see General Hancock, titter
his brillant record as a soldier, compelled
to testify to his own patriotism, but now
that he has spoken, his name and character
will hush the vile aspersions that have been
cast upon his name.
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
PLEASANT NOTES FROM NEW YORK KlSI-
NES8 AND PLEASURE IN TH E GREAT METRO
POLIS -A GLIMItiE IN TUE CITY POST OFFI
CE CALLING FOR LETTERS FROM TnE OLD
COCNTRY FESTIVITIES AT FARRYTOWN A
BARON'S DEATH IN THE PKNITENTARY, ETC.
(From our Keyuiar Correspondant,)
Busines is on a boom here and every
merchant sleeps the sleep of an easy waker
that he may spring to lus store and display
his wares. The threaters have not done
well during the "hot spell," but every cool
night made up the average and when there
was a bona-fide attraction there has been
most encouraging support. Just so with
the hotels, all of which are filled and some
The arrival of the Egyptian obelisk at its
dock, and tho advent of Senator Conkling
with the "greatest effort of his life" have
been the local sensations of the hour. Both
attracted crowds of spectators who would
like very much to hear tho little Btory that
each holds inchmcd in its granite breast.
The New Yorker who lives tho average
gentle life, dividing it between the Stock
Exchange, Delmonico's and everywhere
else, a la fantaisie, bus no idea of the pri
vate drama daily performed for nobody's
benefit, but which are as painful to wit
ness as tho most admirably rehearsed
play. Take the postottlce, for exam
ple prosaic stone building in itself,
but watch for an hour or so the
"poste restante" windows. The enormous
immigration of the prevent day gives rise
to an immense addition to the letters which
arc intruded to remain in the Postoflico till
called for, and probably there is no city in
I the world which receives half as much cor
reepondenco of this character as New York
It is almost awful to observe tho ever wait
ing crowd ono by one asking with beating
heart for a letter n hich has not come,
or receiving without joyous glee from tho
impassible clerk a missive which brings
happiness or Borrow to the poor expatriated
creature, who has tho news from tho old
country at any rate. Ono wonders what
becomes ot the dead letters! Something
must come of them or they would accumu
late in mountains of unbroken envelopes.
At any rate, the solid stono building stands
in tho City Hall Fark while the moving
multitude of expectants weep or laugh, ac
cording to the news their transatlantic let
ters bring them.
A government war vessel steamed up the
Hudson on Thursday to participate in the
festivities of Tarrytown, on the occasion of
the dedication of a new monument to the
patriotic captors of Maj. Andre. It was a
great day in Westchester county, and the
people joined in it with more zeal on ac
count of the erection of Cyrus W. Fields
momumentto the traitor Arnold's
go-between and spy. Field has his monu
ment fenced in, and Dean Stanley's inscrip
tion glitters upon it, but I am safe in pre
dicting that at some not distant day it will
bs pulled down and thrown into the Hud
son. It ought to be done while Dean Stan
ley is on his second visit to this county. 1
have been amazed that Cyrus W. Field
should spend his money on so unworthy an
object, while somewhere on the east tide
ot this island in an unknown grave,
rest the ashes of Nathan Hale, the martyr
spy of the Revolution a younger, hand
somer, braver, nobler man than Andrew
who, thoughtless of selt (and Andrew's
mina liaa no room tor anytning out Him
self), died regretting that he had but one
life to give fur his country.
Fashionable circles are startled at hear
ing that the Baron de Reiffenberg, repre
sentative of one of the oldest and wealthiest
families of the.Kingdom of Belgium, has
died at the hospital attached to the peni
tentiary on Blackwell's Island, and was
buried in Totter's field. His is another in
stance of the superiority of actual fact over
romance. Fifteen years ago he came to New
York, rich, handsome and well educated.
In three years of dissipation he squandered
a patrimony, and letters from home told
him he had reached the end of his money.
Then he married a young girl, Annie
Sweeny by name, and sunk, step by step,
until he bejarue the denizen of an Italian
tenement house in Mulberry street and a
The poor and humble, alike with the
rich and powerful, find in Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup a true, tried and truted friend. Price
25 cents a bottle.
Itching Piles is ou: ot trie mot an
noying diseases in the world, and yet
all can find sure relief by the use of Dr.
Swayne's Ointment. It has been tested
in thousands of instances and invaria
bly makes a sure cure. The symptoms
are moisture, like perspiration, intense
itching, increased by scratching, very
distressing, particularly at night, as if
pin-worms were crawling in and about
the rectum; the private parts are some
time affected. Procure this ointment.
Reader, if you are suffering from this
distressing complaint, tetter, itch, scald
head, ringworm, barber's itch, any
crusty, scaly skin eruptions, use Dr.
Swayne's Ointment and be cured. Sold
by all prominent druggists. (1)
To regulate the stomach, liver and bowels
and promote digestion, take one of Car
ter's Little Liver Pills every night.
Bronchitis, a preinonitor of con
sumption, is characterized by catarrh
or inflammation of the mucous mem
brane of the airy passages, with cough
ami expectoration, short breath, hoarse
ness, pains in the chest. For all bron
chial affections, sore throat, aphonia
or loss of voice, cough, "Dr. Swayne's
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry," is a
well known curative. Price 25 cents
and fl a bottle, or six bottles for 5.
The large size is the most economical.
Prepared only by Dr. Swayne it Son,
Philadelphia. Sold by all prominent
druggists in Cairo and elsewhere. (1)
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Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD B0URL03 AND RYE WHISKIES,
French Brandv, Etc.
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Open at all Honrs. Day and Night,
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John T. Hennie,
TAVIVQ entahllnhed hloworki at the above men
ll tinned place la better prepared than ever for
mKQUfiicturlni; Steam Engiuea and Mill Machinery,
Having a steam Hammer ana ampie jooia, ine
matiulacttire of all kinda of Machinery, Railroad,
Steamtiout nnd Uridyl Porgluei made a rneclnlty.
Efpor.lnl mention given to repairs of El Mneiand
MruM Cuntlnga of all kind mndo to ordei
Pipe K ttiug la all In branches.
Manulicturer and dealer in Ciutom mude
N. D -
All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
uuue on snoti notice.
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rpiE CITY NATIONAL BANK
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Exc hanjje, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Denjitf received and a general ticking bnnlnen
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE HgRfcTi STATES.
On and after Monday. J tine Tth. and until larther
notice the ferryboat will make tripa at follow:
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2 p.m. i:30 p m 3 p. m
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Estimates furnished and orders from
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Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
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Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
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Cards, Business Cards, Ball
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And Can I'rovo What we Claim.
t-ifTUvrti aro no failure aud no disappoint
ments. If yim are troubled with HICK l.'EAD-
AC'HK you caii be eanlly aiid quickly cured, as
hundreds havebe ii already. We shall be pleased
to mall a sheet of temliiiiii:iaU to any interested.
Carter's Little Liver Pill
Also cure all forms or Biliousness, prevent C'or.stl
ration and )yspepla, promote Dil ution, relieve
distress from too hearty eating, correct IMsorders)
of tlie Ktnmacli. Mlumlate the Liver, and Reiniiatc
ihe Howels. They do all this hy tukiliK lust olh
lit tlw pill at a dose. They are purely vegetable, do
not grlp or purge, and are as nearly perfect as
It if possible fur a I 1 ! 1 to be. Price Jfj celts. S for
(1. Sold bv druggists everywhere or sent by mail.
Al.ltll .WtJIILint LU , tlUl".. 1'A.
Ci.ST TO JAN. 1.
The Chic ago
will I lent, poitpaii,
from itaie to .Ian. t
neit, for lUrenis. This
trial anlncrlptlon wlil
enable reader to !
coins acjiialuteil wllU
the eheijct metro
politan weekly In UiO
U.S. Imlvp'iuiaM in
polltlr. all (lis newt,
six eninpleleil ttorit
III every lnu. A favnr
Its family pf..-r, Fend
10 rents in. Wen Mt
once and iiul It until
Jan. 1. 1 1. Kleven
trial lul'irrip'ioi.i for
Il.tiO. U4KUIM prl is
73 ns. a year. Addrwa
Victor V, I.awann.
e a. Chicago. 111.
v ru)x-i fV- inMma i Etmriifi f .
r.fs. h.u, rupnnh l'-Kfi tJniiD'Vfv1 Osilu , lt.lfc t9
1.U, tar.; Sl Ojltu, M..U tiffMMftff a.4 C4wi!.4
rf i m
VrCoilil r,cn. r. AmM S.lk ud P.iaaa Dns Mifw'
fKtwa. look ot to rt, n.lrl I lu mt.
Lin:, t. 111. vi.i. Ma.u- an4 mi u.,ratca, OL
GRAY'S SPECIFIC XEDICIXE
TRAOe MARK.The (ireat English TKALE MAKK
Kemedv, an nu
fniling rnre for
riper m a t orrhoea,
lmpotency. and all
diseases that fol
low as a couse
nuer.ee of self
Before TaMner memnrv. nntversnl '-vT
U-slttidc, pair "n the back, dim if,,l TaViwi.
lies of vision, premature old aite. aina
aud many other diseases that h ad to iufanltyor
consiiioptlun and a pretnaliire grave.
Full particulars iu our pamphlet, which we de
sire to send I ree by mail to every one The spe
cific medicine Is sold by all druggists at $1 per
package, six for '. or will be sent free t.v mail on
receipt of the nmtiKy bv addressing 1 ifE dKAY
MEDICINE CO., No 3 Mechanics block. Detroit
Mirh. bold in C'niro by llarclwy Eroe., I'aui ii
Schuh and Geo. K. O'lUru.
To Nervous Sufferers-Tlie threat Etiropeun Eno-edv-Dr..I.
II. Simpson's Specific Medicine.
Dr. J. B. Simpson's Specific Medicine Is a posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, liripi tein y, Weakliest
and nil diseases r-rii)tliJtc f r.rn heif-Al.usc. as Ner
vous Dehilitv, Irritability. McMul ,n: i.-ty. Languor,
Lassitude, Depression of. spirits and functional de
rangements ol Ihe Nervcus Svstetn generally l'alr.s
in Hack or Side, Loss of M' niorv. p.. n-.Hture id
Age and diseases
that lead to Con
ty and an early
grave, nr both.
No matter how
system may be
from excesses of
any kind, a short
course of this medium- ui n-sp. re the lost lunc-
tlons and procure wn lb and happiness, where be
fore was despopdeucy and gluum. The Specific
Medicine Is beu.g used wlih wonderful suc
cess. Pamphlet sent free to alt. Write for them and
get full particulars.
Price, specific. Il.ro per package, or tx pack
ages for $ri.Mi. Will be sent by mail on receipt of
money. Address all orders,
J. H. SIMPSON S MEDICINE CO.,
Nos. 104 snd lis) Main St.. Buffalo, N. Y.
A iritnla If.IVR AVT1 AIIVENTI'PES
The Noted Western Outlaws. By Hon. J. A.
Dactis. I'll . D. A true and thrilling account (lllns
triited) of their bold operations for IS years in MO
different state and territories, baffling detective!
and ofllclnls of the law. lies t selling hi.okoftho
year. 10. 000 sold In three months. Ml cents for
outfit; 11. M for sample eopv. Liberal terms to
audits. N. 1) THOMPSON iCO., Publishers, &g0
Pine St. i St. Louie, Mo.
Morjrnn Park, Cook Co., Ills-,
A Christian family school for boy. Location at
tractive. Educational facilities unsurpassed. Ses
sion begins September 7th, 1H80, For full Infor
mation send for catalogue.
A WoNntiiri'LTliseovKriY ron tm tioiK A
snporter forwenklv ladles, that 1 also perfect
preventative- to tho consequence of murrlaee.
1'rlco :; can be obtained by addressing post oftc
Box 4i, Algona, KoesouluCo., Iowa,