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WIXFIELD SCOTT HAKC0CK.
" For Vice-President,
' WILLIAM II. ENGLISH.'
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS.
of Clay County.
For Secrctaay of Su te.
JOHN 11. OBERLY,
of Alexander County
LOUIS C. STARKEL,
ef St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
' of Peoria.
JFor Congress, lhth district,
of Raudolph County.
For Senator of the 50th district,
WM. A. LEMMA, '
of Jackson county.
D. T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
II. H. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union county.
"Tub right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
.y,- Mhnrtvof the PresB. the Freedom of Speech,
the National RiRhts of Persons and the Rights of
Property must be preserved.-"tract irom uen.
Hancock' letter upon taking charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self as a candidate at tho entitling November
election, for the office of County Attorn, jr for the
eocnty of Alexander, Illinois. ANGUS E&ft.
CIRCUIT CLERK We are authorized to on
j ..... i trv ii iuvik will t.H a randl
DUUIICB .u a -
late at the ensuing November eluctlon fur me
fflce of circuit clerk in Alexanoer conn.v.
FOR SHERIFF We aro authorized to annonnco
that Mr. JOHN HODGES will be a candidate
fr lw.tinn to the office of Sheriff, of Alexandre
county, at the next November election, eubjeet
only to the vote oi tne people ui me pom.
poRCORONEIt We are authorized to announce
X' that Ktctiaru nugeraia is a canuiuiue lorre
election the office of Alexander county.
GENERAL'W. T. BlIEIlMAK.
Write down the very best thlnus yoa can think
or say or Gen. jianrocK as anoiucvrauu a geuue
man and I will sign it."
General U. 8. Grakt.
' "I have nothing to say against Gen. Hancock. I
nave Known mm ior lony years, ips jitui,ui
Baal and militarv record is good."
James A. Gari"iei.d.
1 "The man who attempt to get tip a political ex
citement In this country on the old sectional irrcc
wilt tod himself without a party and without tup-
Hon. Robert 11 six.
"Oentlenu : Ths principle of the Democratic
yarty are as fa above tbe principle of the Repub
lican party e tt, battlement of high heaven aro
ooveiua Diuuun oi hell.
Colosel John !Ur.
.The Repnblleati hands In this campaign that at
tempt to delila the iprine cnurarter of Gi n Han
co.k would only defile ta-nirelvc.. Hewuarul.
dler, a patriot and a man ot unruilied character, and
tut private record is uuaiaailabie,''
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 30, 18S0.
. : . : ; : .
Hon. Cam, Hcut'iu.
hi fhU certainly not attempt to depredlcate tliu
charge of Gen. lUncock. and the great services
which he has rendered the country. Ho a a
"man of irreproachable churacter, which I shall
be sorry to s.-e any effort made to discredit. As a
soldier; he has shown signal bravery and skill it
handling troops tiudcr difficult circumstances, and
hi, name is identified with some of the most splen
did achievement of the war. tor all this every
good citizen will honor him.'
. Gen. Winfield Scorr Hancock,
"A full vote; a free ballot; and a fair count."
"l'tihlic office is a trast.not a bounty bestow.d
upon the holder. No incum potent or dishonest per
son should ever bo entrusted with it."
"If ralledtothe Presidency I should deem it my
dutv to resist with all my power any attempt to im
pair or evade tho full force and effect ol the con
stimtion, which in every article, section and amend,
ni.'iit, is the supreme law of the land."
"The right of trial by lurv, the habeas corpus,
the liberty of the press, the freedom of speech, tho
natural ri;ht of iiersons.and the rights of property
must b"i preserved."
HON. . W, TOWNSENDWILL SI'EAK AT
Golcondtt. Friday October 5.
New Bnrnelile. Wednesday October 6.
Stone Fort. Thursday October 7.
Cairo, Wcdnesdiy October 13.
HON. SAMl'EL 8 MARSHALL WILL SfEAK AT
Oolconda, Siittilday October 9.
Metropolis, Monday October 11.
Cairo, Weouesday October 13.
Murvh'-shoro, Thursday October 11.
Jiurfoii, Saturday October IB.
GEN. WILLIAM 8. ANDKB-ON WILL erEAK AT
Oolconda, Saturday October 9.
Metropolis. Monday October U .
Vienna. Friday October 14.
Cairo, Wednesday October 13.
Mnrphysboro, Thursday October II.
Marion, Saturday October 10.
HON. T. M . VOfSOBLOOD WILL STEAK AT
Vienna. Tuesday October 12.
Cairo, Wednesday October 13,
Anna, Thursday October 14.
DuQuoin, Friday October 15.
I'lnkneyvllle, Saturday October 16.
HON. JOHN II. OEERLT WILL SPEAK AT
Sbawnectown, Saturday October 10,
(iolconda. Monday October IS.
Metropolis. Tuesday October 19.
JonesUro, Thursday October 41.
Sparta, Friday October iS.
Marlon, Thursday October 2S.
Murphysboro, Friday October 29.
DuQuoln, Saturday October 30.
By order of Congressional Committee.
R. Fkeuasea, Wm. 11 Green,
The ne'A-snancrs of the District are requested to
copy the above.
DEMOCRATIC PRECINCT MEETINGS
rr- it- t -tu . r... bW A 1 1 a. FHittv. ttctn-
HUH " ' T VUll rj vv a. - t
ber 1, at 7 p m; Anna, Saturday, Oct 2, at , p m.
Hon F E Albright will speak at Bell sun. .'tun
day, Oct 4, at 7 p m; Preston's school House,
TuesHav, Oct 6, at 7 p m; Wtlliards Landing,
Wtdnesday, Oct , at 7 p m: Reynold's school
House, Thursday, Oct 7. at 7pm; Don?ola, S&tur-
uiy, uc( J, a. ii ui, v
II Ti.a U'.m a-i.l inlb St Vl!irV-W. ThHrS-
day, Sept 3fJ, at 7 p m; Grejpry School House,
Fridav, Oct t, at 7 p m ; Karrker School House,
Saturday. Oct 4, at 7 p m; Meiseateimtr Scaool
Monday, Oct 4, at 7 p m.
Hon D T Licegar will speak at Mt r!etsar.t,
fnnJ. nl , ., 1 V, vn ' Srv.tf?&. MnftfiAV. Oct
4. at 7 p'm : Elmore School Hocse, Tndav, Oct i.
it 7 pm; uongoia, aainrca, ..i j, u y w.
Hoa George W Hill will ipti at Ltck rrtes,
Friday, Oct 1, at 7 p m : Mo:o, Saturday, , xx i,
m " p m: Meutnhtimer senexji House, Moncay,
Oct 4, at 7 p si. ....
Kaskel Dlcnic at M'. P;eaar.t; Barwcuc at uon
lion Wm Hiirtzt ll will speak :it lllalrsvillc, S:it
nrday. Oct J, atl pm; Cartrraville, Saturday, Oct
3. at 7 p m ; Jeflersonville, Monday Ort 4, at 1pm;
Marlon, Monday. Oct 4, ut 7 pm; l'ulk'y's Mill,
Tuesday, Oct S, atl p in; Kimiiicfs School House,
Tuesday, Oct 5, at 7 p in; Stone Fort, Thursday,
Oct 7, at 1 p m.
Hon R W Townehond will (peak, at Stouo Fort
also on the 7th.
Hon Wm J Allen will speak at Lake Creek, Wed
nesday, Oct 0, at 1 p m ; lloswell's Springs Gussy
Precinct) Thursday, Oct 7, at 1 p m.
tj Hon F E Albright will speak at Shlloh,
Wednesday, Sept '."J, at 1 p in; Chettcr, Tuurs-
uay, tsepi ju, i p hi.
Hou W ,1 Allen will speak at Shlloh, Wedncs-,1,-
u,,,t "Q Hnni' ('hunter. Thursduv. Stilt 30.
atl p m.
Hon Wm Hart.cll will will be present at all tho
above meetings except Kaskaskia and Chester.
Ilv order of Congressional Committee.
W II Gs-ttN, Chairman.
R. Fkiganza, Secretary.
Hon Wm K Murphy will speak at New
riuTniii:i. Hinrrdav. Sen 3(1. at 1 P m;
llcnton; School House, Tuesday, Oct 5, at
p m ; Alkin's School House, Wedneoday, Oct li, at 1
p m; Oak Grove School House, Wednesday, Oct tl,
at 7 p in.
llnnW W Rut. will snsak ftt StrlllLtown. Tues
day, Oct . nt 1 p mt Metropolis). Tuesday, Oct 5, at
7pm; Aikin'sSchool Hmise, Wcdnewlay. Oct , at
;r ' L ... , ,i ii'...,-. ......... i if ,'.
l p m ; una ..rove nuuoui uuurt-, tuncruuj,
"YienWin II Anderson and Hon Samuel H Marshall
will speak at Metropolis, Monday, Oct 11, at 1 p ni.
Hon W A Spann will speak at Eddyvllle, Sat
urday, Oct ii, at 1 pm. , . , , .
Hon Wm K Murphy will peak at Rose Hud, In
dav, Oct 1, nt 1 p in: Eddyvllle. Saturday Oct t, at 1
p m; New Liberty, Monday, (let 4. 1 p m.
Hons Samuel 8 Marshall and Wm Hartell Will
speak at (iolconda, Saturday, Oct V, at 1 p m.
Hons Geo W Hill stid W A Spnnn w 11 sneak at
Keltncr School House, Tueadav. Ken HR, 7 pm;
Tunnel Hill, Wednesday, Oot 2. at 7 n III.
Hun Wm J Allen w ill speak at Gorevlllc, Mnnditv,
Oct 4, at 1 p m; New llrunside, Monday, Oct 4, at 7
Hon Wm Hart.ell will speak at Grange Store,
(Elvira Township). Wednesday. Oct tl at lp m;
New Uurnslde, Wednesday Oct 6. at 7 p m; (irants
bu rgh, Krldav. Oct 8, at 1 p m .
Hons F S Youugblood and S P Wheeler will
speak at Vienna, Tuesday, Oct U, at 1 p in.
I'ERRV COUNT V.
Hon Jas M Gregg will speak at White Church
(I'aradi.e PrecinrU Mondav Oct 4; Old PuGtinin
Tuesday. Oct 5; Hound Prairie School House, IV co
nrs.tav.'Oct li: Gwanwlck. Thursday. Oct 7: Culler
Fridav. Oct K: Denmark. Satltrday Oct 9; Raird
School House, Saturday, Oct V, T p in.
Hon S V WheHer will speak at Villa Ridge,
Saturday, Oct 3, nt 7 p m; Motind city, Monday
Oct 4 at p m; New Grand Chain, Friday, Oct 15,
:;vi p m: wrung, Buturuuy. i i in, tv m.
Hon W A Si.ann will sneak nt Mound City Tues
day. Oct 5, at 1 pm; Pulaski. Wednesday, Oct fi,
at 7 p in; Ullen, Thursday, Oct 7,7pm.
Hon M C Crawrord will speak at Olmstcad. Hat
nrday, Oct . at 1 mj New Grand Chain, Satur
day, Oct 9 at ll:3H pm,
The Voitaic Belt Co, Maiihiiali.
Mich. Will uend their cclehratoU Electro-
Voltaic Belts to this ulllictud upon U0 duyi
trial. Speedy cures Kuarantcud. They
mean wlutt they toy, Write to tbem with
Is TriEiiE any diabolical desire on the
part of the ex-Confederates to bankrupt the
treasury by tho payment of rebel claims
and debts? Read what tbey say: Tho
Washington Sunday Gazette, edited by an
ex-Confederate, had tho following Sunday,
reviewing Hancock's Southern claims let
ter: Tho noisy and offensive declarations
made by Republican papers and speakers
that it was a part of tho policy of tho Dem
ocrats of tho South to bring about tho pay
ment of "rebel clain)3," whatever that may
be, after tho election of General Hancock,
have given importance to a stupid political
lie that it scarcely deserves. However, as
the matter has been broached in a thousand
newspapers of that party, and been given
utterance to in the gabblings of a thou
sand Republican "orators," it is possible,
such is uneducated human nalure, that the
idea may have taken root in tho average
Republican mind, especially in the rural
districts. Under these circumstances we
hail with gratitude (Jen. Hancock's bold,
emphatic letter on tho subject, written to a
citizen of Cincinnati, in which he not only
shows the fallacy of this piece of Repub
lican clap-trap, but also informs all those
interested that he would simply veto any
proposition of this kind. This letter will
happily put an end to Republican talk on
this subject in back settlements, and will
serve to brush from the minds of Repub
lican voters some of the cobwebs that un
scrupulous speakers and newspaper organs
have so skillfully woven about them. No
southern Democrat, that is to say, no ex-
confederate, has any "claim" against the
United btates except that of being lairly
and honorably dealt with by the govern
ment which he helps to maintain, and of
having his rights m a mau and a citizen
respected, and with the election of Gen.
Hancock to the presidency every "claim '
an "ex rebel' may have, will be amply
satisfied, for then he tll feel secure in the
possession of his rights as an American
citizen and a freeman, to be enjoyed un
trammeled, as a citizen ot the most favored
northern state enjoys his rights, and to be
inherited by his posterity. This is the
rebel claim ot the hour, and u is likelv
that the "rebels" will not be disappointed
in making it good next November.
An ex-confederate, in writing to the same
paper upon the subject, says : ,
I have lust read Gen. Hancock s views on
southern war claims. They could not be
better. There is not a soldier who took up
arms against the United States government
and remained in the arraytill the surrender
who has ever expected, or will ever ask the
government to pay for what he lost by the
fortunes or misfortunes ot the war. When
we went into the army we sacrificed all for
the cause we lost, and have accepted the
situation in good faith. There was a
class of men in the southern states who
claim to be Union men, but did not love
the cause enough to fight for it. They also
lost property by the war, but the cause
which tbey espoused triumphed. If they
are true patriots, and I presume they are,
they, too, should be satisfied, and not make
any demands on the government for what
they lost. It seems that a patriot who
could not very well afford to fight for his
country should at least give a portion of
his means for its support. This being set
tled, we should not again have our rest dis
turbed about southern war claims. .
Hon. Lyman Trumbull has done the
people of the State good service by his
speech at lielleville, in directing public at
tention to State affairs, and this service is
not at all diminished by any amount of
disent from his statement or conclusions
For many years it has been the habit of Re
publican orators to discuss exclusions,
questions relating to the Southern States
so that tho Federal and State government
have both become extravagant, corrupt
aud wasteful. The attention of the
people of Illinois has been withdrawn
from their own affairs, and the Republican
State officers have taken advantage of
the fact to squander the public funds. The
state house aud all the state institutions,
aro filled with useless employees. At the
state house, the clerks, porters, watchmen
and janitors crowd the offices and halls,
and aro absolutely in the way of each othei.
In the state charitable institutions, more
than one-third and almoBt one-half, the en
tire appropriation is expended for salaries
and wages, and tho best part of each build
ing is occupied by the officers and em
ployees of tho institutions. The more
widely these facts are known, and the more
fully they are discussed, the more certain
is the defeat of the Republican party.
DEMOCRATIC RALLY AT JEFFER
SONVILLE. Special to tho Chicago Trlbnue.
Jekkehkonvim.e, 111., Sept. 20. Lyman
Trumbull spoke hero last night, and for an
hour and a half held an audience ot two
thousand in front of the stand spell-bound
by one ot tho ablest political speeches ever
delivered in Jersey county, in which ho
showed the Louisiana election in 1870 and
tho part Garfield sustained in that infamous
ami never-to-be-forgotten fraud in
all it's deformity; and if any one
who heard him ever before be
lieved Hayes was elected, Judge Trum
bull dispelled that brief and clearly de
monstrated Hayes to bo a fraud and filden
cheated.and swindled out of the presidency
by Garfield. Ho was loudly cheered
throughout, ond closed amidst a storm of
applause. James C. Robinson was intro
duced, and made one of the short and tell
ing speeches, for which he is bo famous, the
crowd demanding that he should go on,
notwithstanding that he was suffering from
a severe cold. After Robinson closed, tho
meeting adjourned, nnd again assembled at
dark to tho number of about five thousand to
witness a torchlight procession amid reworks,
which was tho most brilliant ever seen in
southern Illinois. One thousand Democrats
bore torches amidst tho plaudits of the
multitude who thronged tho line of
march to and from the depot to welcome
the delegates from Alton, who camo to
swell tho Hancock and Trumbull crowd.
In tho center of the procession was a min
iature New Orleans custom house on
trucks, drawn by four horses, whore in an
Inner room, was shown Garfield taking tho
deposits of Eliza Pinkston and other
poor deluded colored women. Mot
toes and transparencies were numerous,
among them "Arthur, tho dishonest
collector, kicked out of office;" "Garfield's
price ;" "Mr. Rlaino could not steal
Maine;" "Welcome to Trumbull;" "A free
ballot;" "Nomoro cifllit to scvon;" "Thous'
ands of veterans in Pennsylvania, hereto
fore Republicans, will voto for Hancock."
Alter the procession had marched through
tho various streets they were called to order,
with Dr. Edwin L. II. Barry as chairman,
ond were addressed by Jas. yv. Singleton,
Joseph II. Carr and William P. I'ogue,
all of whom predicted the triumph
of tho State and National tickets.
It was a lato hour before the largest ond
most enthusiastic political meeting ever
seen in Jersey county dispersed, with a re
newed determination to elect their stand
ard bearers, and resolved that Jersey county
should contribute one thousand majority
next November to that praiseworthy object.
Great credit is due Maj. Walter E. Carlin
and Capt. Adam A. Goodrich, chairman
and secretary of tho county committee, for
untiring labors in m'nking the grand de
monstration the unpurelled success it was
in every particular.
Summeii's Heat relaxes the system and
renders us liable to attacks of diarrhoja,
dysentery, blood-flux, cholera-morbus,
cramps in stomach, colic and other painful
and dangerous affections leu which Dr.
Pierce's Compound Extract of Smart
Weed compounded from the best French
brandy, Jamaica ginger, smart-weed or
water-peeper, anodyne, soothing and heal
ings gums and balsams, is a most potent
specific. It is equally efficitious in break
ing up colds, fevers and inflammatory at
tacks. Every household should be sup
plied with it. Fifty cents by druggists.
Itchixo Piles is one ot the most an
noying diseases in the world, and yet
all can find sure relief by the use of Dr.
S wayne'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)
IN THE DARK.
When in the dark her hand I pressed, what
rapture I endured,
But when the candle entered, all was cured,
For her lace was covered with blotches
and pimples, I made her a present of a
bottle of Spring Blossom, and now she's
cured. Wedding next week no cards
only testimonials. Prices: 50c., trial bot
John Bacon, La-porte, iDd., writes:
''Hurrah for Spring Blossom" it's all ycu
cracked it up to be. My Dyspepsia has afl
vanished, why don't you advertise it, what
allowance will you make it I take a dozen
bottles, so that I could oblige my friends
occasionally. Price, 50c; trial bottles 10c.
An Old Man's Blessing. The follow
ing letter has been addressed to a 'writer
for this paper;
Holly, N. Y., June, 180.
Deah Sik I am an old man, seventy
seven years of age, and for three or four
vears I have had Diabetes, which kept
growing worse and worse. I discharged
an enormous amount of water, the quantity
seeming to increase week after week, and
my strength growing less and less, forced
nit to think that I must soon di?, which I
certainly should have dene had I not taken
Warner's Safe Diabetes f'ure, which I was
induced to try upon recommendation of a
friend who had used Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure, and was cured by it. I
have used the Safe Diabetes Cure, it has
cured me, and I think it is the; best thing
in the world. Yours truly,
M. N. Stoudakd.
When Eve upon the first of men, the apple
pressed with specious cant,
Oh what a thousand pities then, that Adam
was not Adamant.
But though by his false step, we were,
doomed, to life of endless toil,
One certain comfort we can get, to cure
Rheumatics, Eclectric Oil.
Paul O. Scittn Druggist.
Bkoncuitis, a premonitor of con
sumption, is characterized by catarrh
or inflammation of the mucous mem
brane of the airy passages, with cough
and 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 1 a bottle, or six bottles for $5.
The large size is the most economical.
Prepared only by Dr. Swayne & Son,
Philadelphia. Sold by all prominent
druggists in Cairo and elsewhere. (1 )
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Dealer i n
Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD BOURDON AND RYE WHISKIES,
French Brandv, Etc.
No. 137 Ohio Levcp.
Open at all Honrs, Day and Night,
TjIOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
1 STEAM FORGE.
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93 OHIO LEVEE. CAIItO. HIS.
John T. Rennie,
HAVt.VO otahllah(.vl hi work at the Bbovo men
tlmmil iilacfl 1 bfitur iinimird thnn evr for
matinfiiotiirlrii: Htt-Htn Enirlnu mid Mill Machinury.
HiivltiK a Ht.'iim Hummer nnd ample Tool, the
miitiufiir.tiim of nil ktuda of Miirhlni-ry, Railroad,
Mti-HinlMint and llrlilc! Korirlnizn mnde fiioclnlty.
Kii'clul v.totitlou kIvcu to rpalrof bt rtneeiind
Urn ('kcIIukn of til kind mmlo to ordei
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la a PURCATIVE that stands un
rivaled, it acta on the BOWELS,
cleanses the BLOOD, purifies the
SYSTEM, and regulates tne LIVER
unlike any other remedy known.
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Prfoe 00 Cant and tl.OO.
BOUTS AXD SHOES.
Mauuiacttm-r and duulcr in I'tietoin madc
N. B. All work warranted, and Repairing nc-atly
donu on nboit notice.
17 1 rrl i f 1 1 Bctw.'1-n Corotni'rrial and
iJlilUl Ol., Wa-hliiKtou Ave.
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. Iiiv. J'rti'Ident.
F, Nr.FP, Vice President.
H. Wsm, Cavhler.
T.J. Kekth, A.ltant Cafhlcr.
F. Bro. Cairo; William Kluec, Cairo;
Piter Ncff, Cairo; William Wolf, Cairo;
('. M Osterloh. Cairo; C. O. l'atir, Cairo;
E. Kuder, Cairo; J. Y. Clemson,, Caledonia.
II. Wtill, Cairo.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange o'd and boticht. Intett t paid In the
Savint'v iJtpaHment Culli'ctlon madu and all
buiiuer promptly attended to.
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAT, Preddrnt.
I!. L. HAI.I.IIM V. Vlrt-1'r.-vldent.
THUS. W". J1ALLIDA Y, Ca-blf-r.
i. TAAT TAYLOR, W. T. HAM-MUT,
BSNHT L. IIALMIMY, B. U. tTKNIKUUAN,
It. D. WU.UAM.OM, DTErUKN BII1D,
H. B. CAXDEE.
Exehantre, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Depoitrece'.ved and a genera linking bunlnei-i
STEAM JOB OFFICE
All Kinds of Job Work
Estimntcs furnished and orders from
abroad promptly attended to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
and Quarter Sheet Posters and
PropammcH, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Bill Lading:, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Wedding Invitations, Book Work,
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
T-1V Tl A 1 .HTTTJ I ,
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Relieved
Aud Cun Prove What we Claim.
lirThcro aru no fiilluri and no disappoint
ment. If you are troubled wlili bK'K HEAD
ACHE you can be uui-lly and quickly cured, a
hundred haw been already. Wu aball bepleared
lu mall a ulieulof Il-iiiIiikiuIhI tit any liitereHted.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure all form or lilltouviie, prevent Contl
pation and uypei
dmtroiiK from too I
pation aud Dyfpeimia, promote Diireatloti, relievo
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, aud Regulate
10 nearly eutniL', correct lion!-m
the lluwi'l. They do all tills by tukluir )utone"
little pill at a done, They are purely vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, and are u nearly per feet a
It is pofxlble tor a pill to be. Price Cett, 5 for
tl. Sold by dntgglt everywhere or eiit by mull.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. ERIK. PA.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE MRK. The nreat Eugilvh TRADE MARK
Remedy, an un
failing cure fur
Kper in a t orrhoea,
Impotcucy. and all
diiteaie that fol
low a a con-e.
quence of ..(
T.f. .mi' auuve; aa io oi
eiure Atg memory, unlverval
latitude, pain 'u the back, dim AAp." JVini
n!fof virion, premature old agc.aiw 4 JUTi
and many other din-are thnt lead to lnraulty or
cotirumptiou and a premature grave.
Full particulars In our pamphlet, which ww'de
lre to i-nd free by mail to every one Tbcr-ft-cllic
medicine Ik old by all drugglvt at f1 per
package. lx for $', or will be .rut free by mill on
receipt of the nionr.y by addrevulng 1 HE GRAY
MEDICINE CO., No 3 Mechanic block, Detroit
Mich, bold In Cairo by Uarclay Droa., Paul O
hchuh and Oeo. K O'liara.
To Kervoin Sufferer The Giat European R-edv-Ur.
J. V. SiniNon'aSix-.-lnc IMcdl. Ine.
Dr. J. B. SlmpKin'a Specific Medicine ! a posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotency, Weakn. n
and all dlre( reeultlnu from Self Abure. aa Ncr
von Debility, Irritability, Mental Anxiety, Languor,
Laltude. Deprerrion of Spirit and funrtioual do
ranifement of the Nervou Sytem ireuerallv Pain
In Rack or Side, Lo of Memory. Premature Old
A ne and direaM't
that lead to Con
ty and an early
crave, or botb.
No matter bow
ytem may be
from i xcere of
any kind. abort
course of thll medicine will rectore the lat Iuli
tlonn and procure health aud bapploi-. where be
fore wan derpifsdeucy and jrloom. The Spt-firlc
Medicine la beiug uud with wonderful tuc-c-r.
Pamphlet eut free to all. Write for tutm ard
Ret full particular,
Price, Speciilc. fl "1 per packflfe. or fx pack
age for $5 .00. Will b- rent by mail ou receipt iA
money. Addn all order.
.1. 11. SIMPSON'S MEDICINK CO..
No. 104 rnd lift) Main St.. Ruttalo. N. T.
will t aent, postpaid,
from date to Jan. 1C
lieit, for Went.. Thla
trial lulmcription will
rnatde reader to t
roine aeuaiiitrd with
the rlieirt metro
Pilltan wMkiy lo ths
S. Independent In
pollllrm all th ne
correct market report,
all coinpletid atorle
In eve rr mue. A favor
ite family paper Mend
10 rpuia Oliver) at
once, and cat II until
Jan. 1, )Mt. Kleven
trial ntiaerlptluiil for
1.00. lteKUlar price Is
. 9 a year. Addr
Vletnr r. I.aiwann,
I nl l-her Weekly
Jitwt.. Chicago, 111.
Ou, Cu.'"f rf Fv.il tMtriiT.,tiv. I'-- r.nr.Hap f fcNa,
Cft. H:t r..mvHit. I I.- 1 -i a iibiLidliu, K,v
LvntA, Str.". Oj.fu, IHt.u iipwu'. a4 Coadnr'.knf
I, M pvf Valirt laluruja t liua I
HcCo.b-1 fluM. fw Air,"-! &nU, i4 Pitaaat Dtia-Makm'
IWtlo, a tiookof .- I'v. 1 W. '
I.Vo A l.l . .i. L.ouoxi an. mui Hti.,Cllil.,
ARontnlLIFE AND ADVENTURES OF
w 3' JAMES
The Xnti-d Western OntlHwa. By Hon. J. A.
Dacu. l'h . D. A true and thrilling account (lllu
trutediof their bold operation for 18 year In 20
dlirerent tate and terrltorie, baffling detective
and official of the law. Uet rolling book of the
year. U). 000 mild Intlirea month. &0 cent for
outfit; 11.90 for rample ropv. Liberal term to
auent. N . D TI10M P8SON i CO., Publl hen, 5H0
Pine St., Bt. Loulr, Mo.
MOItGAN P Alt K
Morgnn Park, Cook Co., Illn.,
A ChrlHtlan family rcbool for bny. Location at
tractive. Educational far.llltle nurnrparred. Her
lon begin September 7th, 1K80, For full Infor
mation rend for catalogue.
A WoNDitnpi.L Dihcovkiiv pon Till La due. A
upnrler for weakly ludie. that I alro a perfect
preventative to tho conequence of marriage.
Price t i; can be obtained by aildrcrrlug poet office
Box 41, Algona. KoarouthCo., lewa,
$n n 7 A Y E A H and expenroa to
III l?eiit. Ontflt free Addre. I'.
' 1 1 O. V1CKERT. Angtlrta. Maine
Newspitpcr AdvertlnlnR Bun-HU 10 Hprucest.N.Y
T" T Krcat nanceto miKB mon
I ' I I I I 1 (,y Wu U(H' purron In
II i I I every town to take ruhrcrlp.
I J I tlous for the largert, cheap-
w -5 'cat and hert alllurtrated
family pnlillcatlon In the
world. Any one cm become a rurcerrful agent
Six elegant work of art given free touhcriber .
The price I io low that almort everybody ub.
rcrlba. One agent report taking 1-JO rtibrcrlher
In a dav. A lady agent report making t-i) protlt
Intenduy. All who engage iiibkc money fart. You
can devote oil your time tolthe burliie,oronly your
rparc time. Yon need not bo away from home
over night. You con do it a well a other. Full
direction and term free. Klecant audexpeiirive
outfit freo, If you want profllnlile work rend ui
youraddrc at onco. It coat nothing to try the
biirlner. No on who engage falla to make great
Pay. Addiera OEOROK bTINSON CO., Fort
Wc Hre th larifeat exjiortfrii In the t'nltftt
StiiteH, unit we will pay tho highest market price
In Clisll for any quantity.
ilto" It. A. Holden & Co.
(17 Vine Street CINCINNATI.