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WIXFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cj's Cwy
LEWIs B. PALSONS.
M-crtVity c- StA'.e.
JOHN U. OEEIi'-T.
cl Aiiii&iti Comity
ion i c staeki-.
f St. CUir Cce6-.jp.
For Trta -rtr.'
cf W.r.Lbi3 Cotty.
For Congress, ltt district,
of P.ando',pb Coutty.
For Senator of the 50th dilthct,
of Jackson county.
I). T. LISEGAH,
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
"Tub rlRbt of Trial ry Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Hlphta of Persons and tho Rights of
Property must be preserved.-Extract from Gen.
Hancock'! letter upon taklnt! charj;e or the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self aa a candidate ut tho ensuing November
election, lor the office of County Attorn, y lor the
county of Alexander. Illinois. ANOL'S LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK. We arc authorized to an
nounce tbat ALEX. II. 1HVIN will be acandl
date at the ensiiliie November election for the
office of circuit clerk in Alexauder county.
FOR S11ERIKF We are authorized to onnonnce
that Mr. JOHN HODGES will be a candidate
for re-election to the office of Sheriff, of Alexandre
conoty, at the next November election, subject
n)y to the vote of the people at the polls.
FOP. CO 1 )N E R-tt'e are authorized to annoumo
that Richard KiUtterald Is a candidate for re
flection the oftlce of Alexauder county.
GlNIBAX W. T. bUEKMAS .
' "Write down the very best thincs yor. can think
or say of Gen. Hancock as auoDlcer ai.d a (,'entlu
nan and i will sign it."
General U. 8. Grant.
"I bavenoihinc to say against Gen. Hancock. I
have known him for forty years. Hia persona!, of
ftcial and military record "is uood."
James A. Garfield,
"The man who attempts to net un a political ex
ritemem in this country on the old sectional Issues
wik nnu nimseii wituoui a party anu without sup
iKirt." Hoi. RoiiEitT Bell.
"(ientlemrn: The principle! of the Democratic
fiartjp are aa far above the principles of the ltepuU
Irau party aa the battlements ol liiKb heaveu aro
dots ins iniiuaiiia 01 neu.
Colonel John Hat.
"The Republican bands in (his campaign that at
tempt to defile the private character of Gen Hmi
ock would only defile themselves. He whs a soi
dler, patriot and a man of unsullied charucter, and
A is private recorun unassiuaLue.
Hon. Cahi. Hiin nz.
"I shall ci-rtaiiilv not ..ilimpt In deprcdicale Ihe
character oflitu. Hancock, anil the prciit service!
which ho hai rendered to the country, lie a a
Kcntlcmau of irreproachable character, which 1 shall
be sorry to see any effort made to discredit. As a
soldier, ho baa shown sipual bravery oud skill in
liaudliiiK troopa under difficult circumstances, and
Ms uaiiii! is identified with some of tho most splen
did arliievciui io of the war. J-'or all this every
Kood ciliren will hnuur hiiu."
( j K N , WlNriELU Sl'OTT lUNCOl'K,
"A full vote; a freeba'lot; and a fair count'
"Public otllco is a trust, nut a bounty bestowal
upon the hnlder. No incompetent or disbouoat per
son should ever be emriiKted with It."
"II called to tho Presidency I ahould deem it my
duty to resist with all my power any al tempt to im
pair or evade the full force and effect ol the con
stitution, which in every article, section aud iinieuii.
mem, iH the supremo law of the land.'
"Tho riKlit of tnul by iur, the liabeaa corpus,
the liberty of the press, the ireetlom ol speech, the
iiatural rishts of jiersous.nnd the nuhlaiu properly
must bo preserved."
1)E MOl'IlATIC MEETlNUtf,
HON. 11. W. TilWN-KNO WILL SI'EMi
(iolrondn, l'rlday October 5.
New lliirm-lilu, Wednesilay Oi tuber '1.
Stone l-'orl. Thursday October T.
Cairo. Weduetday October Vi.
HON. S.Hl Kl. ! a All! It ALL WILL sl'L'.Wi AT
ti'ilroiida, Snluiday October!!.
Slelrnpi'lis, Monday October 11.
Cairo, Wednesday October M.
Miirvh,,sboio.Tbiirsiiiiy Oi toiler 11.
Marion, hiilurduy October in.
I.EN. WILLIAM U. ANTlMlsON WILL STEAK AT
(iolconda. Saturday October !l.
Metropolis, .Monday October 11 .
V lenua. Friday October 14
Cairo, Wednesday October 1:1.
Murphv-iboro. Thursday Octobtr 14.
.Variou, Sulurdiij Octolmr 1U.
Hon. r. l Yoi Nt.iiL'xiD will 'via::
Vienna. Tuesday Octoher 12.
Cairo, Wednesday October 13,
Anna. Thur-diiT October I t
Diituoiu. Kriday October 15.
PIliKneyvilie, Saturday OctoV r :).
IIOS. JOHN II. oitr.LT WILL 'TEAK A
Sfcaneetown, Saturday Cctobir 1'-.
t.oicouda. .Monday Octo!er .
Metrohoas.laesdny Octoi.tr 13
Jor.e5ro. Tharsday October 41
Sba.-:i. Kriday oc:oN:ri;
Slinos. Ttardy octobtr .
Marfhv:x.ro. Kriday Octotx-r
l)Al:6:zt, saturiisy Octo' tr ).
Cairo. Sior-daT N.e!cl.r 1
Et order of cbicrvetioial Committee.
K. fuwyu, x. li Cr.EEX.
Tit r.:wrs of tie Dif.rict are reactted to
tii J li.t 'A,e.
IiEX XKATIC PP.ECINCT MEETINOs.
Evi W W Eirr iU ipt ik at A!to, Fr.day. C c;o
rr 1, at 7 f ta; ALLa, sataiuay, Oct at T p ci.
Hoi F E Ar-ripLt will ?k it BeU"! Mi:!. M n
cut, k 4, at 7 pm; P:eton's school Houe,
T-rf'iT, (xt at 7 p m: Wilhad's Lanuitz,
"'Let, (t 4, at 7 p ic: K-ytoId'a School
H Tt arsday, Oct 7, it 7 p c ; Dongo'.a, Satar
ciy, (ki it 11 a m.
ioi Jetfe Ware will speak at Mill Crvtk, Thnr
ia, Stpt at " p ra: lirecorj- School House,
Yr.if, Oct I. at 7 p m; Karra-r Shool House,
t:ariaT.xi i, at 7 p m: Jle'.tckbe'.rutr S'.lo'jI
MLdiyi Oct 4, 1: 7 p la.
Hon D T licecar wi'.l spdk at !t Pleasar.t,
M'jfliT. Oct ,at 1 p m: Srtfja. Mcr.dnv, Oct
4. at 7 v m: Ks.ore S'Di House, Taefdar, 1Mb.
at 7 p m: IKiLxoIi, eitarday. Xt 'J, at 1 p iu.
Hoa(;ojireW Ili'.l will pea' at Lick ("reek,
Fr.div, xt 1, at 7 p a: Moscow, Saturday Oct -t,
at7p'm: MeiaeLbrimer Sttocl House, MoLday,
Oct 4, a- 7 p a..
Bt'kt'. piCL.c at M: I'ltassi.:; KarUcie at Dor,
a :llliV'N' icrrs'TY.
crdic. Oc: 4 at 1 tm: Car'riI;c. fcittriiay, 0-i
a-7p rr: JeJcrswvilie. Moi.dy O. ! 4. t 1 p Hi ;
Mir.on, Mor.djv. Kt 4, at ;pil: Pai'.ey Mill.
TaTSiiir, (:t 5, 't ! p it: K.UiiLi'l' Scii'Kil ll'.use,
i ardty, i t 5, it 7 p ia; fctont K ort. I burtdy,
(yr'. :, a; I p in.
Hon P. W Tawatl-ctd i:i rptak a: S'.olb F'jrt
a'.M oil the 7th.
Hon Win -J Ail' a will sp.k f t I,:kc C'l. Wed-l-dy.
Oct 6. at lpni: Jorli's fiprttga Hjf-y
l'rec.L;TLarsci, Oct 7, a; 1 ? m.
f Hon F E Albrigbt will apeak at Shiloa,
Wedn'fdiv, sept a".', at l p in; Chester, iaar
day, Sept :, 1pm,
Hon W. I Allen will srik at Sfclloh. w eOtis-
day. Sept -ft, at 1 p m ; Chester, Tbcrtday, Sept iJO,
at I p m.
Hon Wm Hartzel! will will b? preaent at all the
above mtetinirs except Ka-kaskij and (.'Lester.
Ily order of (Jonuressioaal Committee.
W 11 Gkhn, chairman.
R. Frioanza, Sctrtury.
Hon Wpi K Murphy will speak at New
Columbia, Thursday, Sep 30, at I p m;
Ilenton ; School House, Tuesdav, Oct 5, at
1 p m; lirooklvn, Tuesday Oct 5. at 7
p m; Alkin's School House. Wednesday, Oct , at 1
p m: (:ik Grove School House, Wednesday, Oct 6,
at 7 p m.
Hon W W Hiirr. will spak at Strlntown. Tucs
dav, Oct 5. at 1 p nit Metropolis. Tuesday, Oct 5, at
7 p'm; Aikiu's School House, Wednesday. Oct i, at
lpm; 0;ik Grove School House, Wednesday, Oct 6,
at 7p m.
Gen Wni 15 Anderson and Hon Samuel H Marshall
will speak at Metropolis, Monday, Oct 11, at 1 p rn,
Hon W A Spann will speak
unluv. Oct 4. at 1 d III.
Hon Win K Murnhv will neak at Rose I!ud.
dav, Oct 1. at 1 p ui ; Eddyvllie. Sutiirdny Oct 4 at 1
p m; New Liberty, Monday, Oct 4. 1 p rn.
Hons Samuel S Marshall and Wm Hartzell will
speak at (.iolconda, Saturday, Oct t, ut 1 p m.
Horn (!co W Hill and W A Spann w II speak at
Keltner School House, Tuesday, Sep lis, 7 pm;
Tunnel Hill, Wednesday, Oe.l 4H, at 7 n m.
Hon Wm J Allen will speak at (lorevllle, Monday,
Oct 4, at 1 p m; New ISrunsidc, Monday, Oct 4, ut 7
Hon Wm Hartzell will speak at Orange Store,
(Elvira Township), Wednesday, Oct ti at 1 p in;
New biirnside, Wednesday Oct U. at 7 p ui ; Gruuts
burirh, Krlduv.Oct 8. ut 1 pm.
Hunt. K S Vouti(bloo(l and S P Wheeler will
speak at Vienna, Tuesday, Oct 14 at 1 p m.
Hon Jas M Greirn will speak at White C'lmrch
(paradise Precinct.) Monday Oct 4; Old Du'jtioln
luesdii). Oct 5; Itouml Prairie School House. Wee
nesiluy. Oct II; Gwanwlck, Thursday, Oct 7; Cutler
Krlduv.Oct 8; Denmark. Satttidav Oct M; Uaird
School llouv, Saturday, Oct it. 7 p in.
Hon 8 V Wheeler will sneak nt Villa Rblfe.
Saturday, (let 4 at 7 p in; Mound City, Mombu-.
Oct4 at p m: New (iraud Chain. Kriday, Oct l:i,
u;M p in ; WetatiL', Saturday. lcl HI, 7 I) 111.
Hon WA Spann wll'speiil; at MouiiiICIty Tucs.
day. Oct 5, at 1 p m; Pulaski. Wednesday, Oct ,
at 7 p m; Ullen, Thursdiiy. Oct 7,7 p m.
Hon M C Crawford will speak at Olmslead. Sal
tinlay.Oct'j, at 1 r 111; New Grand Chain, Satur
day, Oct U at ut:m p in.
The Voltaic Bki.t Co., Mamhiiau.
Mich. Will send thuir cclubrated Kluctm
Voltaic Ik'lts to tlio iilliictod upon UO days
triul. Spendy cures imrnutt'cd. They
moan wlmt tlity any. "Write to tliom with
)h. II. V, riEUCK, consulting phyuician
to tho World's Dispcnmiry ond Invalids'
Hotel, ot Bullulo, N. Y., lin.8 rcbigned his
seat in Con,'ren8 that lie insy hereafter dc
voto liin whole time and nttontion to those
applying to tlio World's Difpeusnry Medi
cal Association for tho treatment of Chron
''Vote as wo tell you or starve" was the
order issued ly tlio Itrpublicnn manufac
turers of Maine to their employes just
previous to the late election. A moft cruel
coercion could not he. The shot gun is
more humane than this. And yet the dis
enheartcned Hopublicnns tell us there is no
bulldozing by northern Republicans.
A recent work on the llagot the United
Staes, giving its origin und historical,shovs
that the stars and stripes are ono ol oldest
national symbols now in use, tlio present
flag of Great Uritiuu dated from 1801, the
Spanish Hug from 1783, the French from
1704, the Portuguese irom 1800, the Italian
from 18 IS, and the German from 1S77. The
United Stales flag in its present lorm was
adopted in 1777.
Siiei.cv M. Cit.lom goes about the
t-tatc representing himself as the special
friend and begging for Irish voters. If the
Know-nothing principles for which Shelby
M. Cullom used to vote had prevailed,
there isn't an Irishman, in Illinois to-day
who would have the privilege of voting for
anybody. Our opinion is that the Irish
will cast their votes for the party which
has always been the champion of their
JcixiE Jerry Black's letter to the New
York Sun relative to Garfield's corrupt con
nection with the credit mobilier is one of
the most damaging political documents
ever published against a public man.
Judge Black says that he told his client to
tell no lies in connection witli the subject,
but instead of heeding his advice he went
off and not only lied, but swore to lies.
The letter makes Garfield infamous. The
letter will make Garfield odious to every
honest voter in the land.
Ik Hon. Jefferson Davis should inform
the Republican congressional committee
that he intended to vote for Garfield and
would make a few speeches on the dignity
of the tow-patch, McPherson and the rest
of the gang would call him a gold-brick,
and declare that he is the noblest patriot
on the Xorth American continent. John
Sherman and Biaine would hug Mr. Davis
in perfect ecstasy, and tell the Tow-path
Clubs to stop singing. ''Ilacg Jeff Davis
on a sour apple tree."
It is now in order for Gen. Garfield to
publish, over his own signature, a solemn
plidge that, in the event of his election
and the control of Congress by his party,
no "rebel claims" will be paid cut of the
United States treasury. This dechratioa
is rendered imperative, because the Repub
lican party, when in control of Congress,
pMd over f! 00,000,000 ct such claims, and
Gen. Garfield himself has indorsed such
raids in a very emphatic manner. Gen.
Garfield should lo-c no time in making the
declaration referred to.
ANOTHER REPUBLICAN THREAT
ENED. The Inter Ocean has said that if the eiec
tion of Hancock turns upon the electioril
vote of South Carolina or any other state
the Republican party chooses to question,
that that party will not quietly submit.
That is junt the kind of talk indulged in
by the rebel element in 16C0, and it led to
disastrous results. It was treasonable in
18G0, and it is treasonable in 1880. The
Inter-Ocean may as well save its breath to
cool its broth. If Honcock
receives a majority of the elec
toral votes, he will be inaugurated, and
If the Republican party undertakes to re
sist, to inaugurate another rebellion, there
will be no such fooling as there was in
1 SC 1 . It will be nipped in the bud. Han
cock, broke the back of the southern rebel
lion at Gettysburg. He got his hand in
then, and knows just how to deal with such
things. The next rebellion w ill be crushed
out in ninety days, for the American peo
ple will Lever tolerate speculation and
politics to control another internecine
HANCOCK ON REBEL CLAIMS.
Hancock's let tter to Theodore Cook fell
upon the Republican camp like a section
of the day of judgment. Their staple lie
was the lie about tho payment of rebel
claims. Carpet baggers, under Republi
can rule, worked up a profitable trade in
these claims. They pocketed at least a
hundred million of them, but when a Dem
ocratic House cume into power tho devil's
delight was knocked out of that
kind of husiut'Kft. And now Han
cock's letter comes as a final settler a
settler of the solid kind. It knocks
fie wluo thing higher than a kite. Re
ferring to this letter, tho Louisville Courier
Journal, a representative of southern sen
timent, siiys: ", to the people of the
south, they accepted nnd applauded Mr.
Tilden's letter. With equal sincerity, they
accept and applaud Gen. Hancock's letter.
Wo want 110 pay for any losses sustained
by tho war. We refusa to tax the hard
won prosperity of the present to solace the
obscleto misfortune ot the past. We want
to wipe out and begin over; and, interpret
ing us exactly, our soldier-statesman has
hit tho nail squarely on tho head."
"Rc-fobde Riddle! How well I feci I"
Chirped an elderly bachelor t'other morn
ing. "That Thomas' Eclectric Oil seems
to have cured my lumbago completely. I
feel us if I were young again and believe
I'll nk the widow to have me." He did so.
was accepted and is now the happy parent
of a tine boy.
Paul G. Scum. Druggist.
Thirty Yeaiii Experience ok an Oi.n
Nurse Mrs. Window's Southing Syrup is
the perscription of one of the hot A male
physicians and nurses iu the United States
and has been used for thirty years with
never failing safety and success by millions
of mothers and children, from the feeble
infant ot one week old to the adult. It
corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves
wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives
rest, health and comfort to mother and
child. We believe it the best and surest
remedy in the world, in nil cases of disen
tery and diarrluea in children, whether it
arises from teething or from any other
cause. Pull directions for using will ac
company each bottle. None ."'nuino un
less the fac simile ot Curtis & Perkins is on
the outside wrapper. Sold by all medicine
dealers. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
"TO BE, OR NOT TO BE."
"To be, or not to be" that is the question,
whether to suffer from a deseased system
and continuous impurities of our blood, or
to take Spring Blossom and become a wel
come and respectable member of society.
Price, 50c; trial bottles 10c.
STOP THAT COUGH.
If you are suffering with a cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection ot the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery lor consumption.
This is the great remedy that is causing so
much excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within tlie last year,
and have given perfect satisfaction in every
instance. We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only sure cure for throat
and lung affections, nnd can cheerfully
recommend it to all. Call and 'et a trial
bottle free of cost, or a regular size for $1.
For sale by George E. O'Hara. Druggist,
Cairo, 111.' (3;
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 ecrtaimcomfort we can get, to cure
Rheumatics. Eclectric Oil.
Paul G. Si nun Dni'ist.
Itchi.no Piles is one ot the most an
noyiug diseases in the world, and yet
all can find sure relief by the uae of Dr.
Swayne' Ointment. It has i-en tested
in thousands of instant' s and invaria
bly makes a sure cure. The symptoms
are moisture, like per-pintion, inten.-yj
itching, increased by scrnt :!.:ng, very
distressing, particularly at night, as if
pin-worms were trawling m and aliut
the rectum; the private ports are some
time affected. Procure this ointment.
Iicader, if you are suffering from this
distressing complaint, tetter, itch, scald
head, ringworm, barrx-rs itch, any
crusty, scaly skin eruptions, use Dr.
Swaynes Ointment an 1 1e cured. Sold
by all prominent dru'ists. l)
HOW'S THE IJABV.
' How's the baby!" Hi- croup is better
this morning, thank you, we give him some
Thomas' Electric Oil as you adviw.-d, doc
tor, and shall give him fsow.e more in an
hour or ao." Next day tie; doctor pro
nounced the youngster cxred.
Paul G. Schui, Druggi-t.
An Old Man's Blessim.. The follow
ing letter has been addressed to a writer
for this paper;
Holly, N. Y.June, 1880.
Dear Sir I am an old man, seventy
seven years of age, and for three or four
years I have had Dialttes. which kept
growing worse and worw:. I discharged
an enormous amount of w ater, the quantity
seeming to increase week after week, and
my strength growing lew and less, forced
me to think that I must soon die, which I
cer'ainly should have done had I not taken
Wnrner's Safe Diabetes f 'lire, 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 Diaoete Cure, it has
cured me, and I think it is the best thing
in the world. Yours truly,
M. N. Stoddard.
Manultcturer ur.d dealer in Custom-made
N. II All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
done on sboit notice.
Between Commercial and
JE Years llrforc the li(bUc
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all the
ills that flesh is heir to." but in affections of
the Liver, and in all IMiousCumplaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara.
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are uncqualcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The penuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER TILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McI.ane and Pi emincj Uros.
geiJf Insist upon having the genuine DR.
C. McLANE'S LIVER FILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name MclMnc, spelled differently but
UlAUTFn triisTMrjhriiii Tt,
ff AH I CU C "'-. bUMt lumttr, tl....,,u, If
' tucit, tit , 1 1 umple, to f.ii.ilni. I'rl
U.IU Int. l'nylt'i TttW., Ii.ii UlSl, 91. Lum, Mo.
AKntI.IFE AND Ml". EN'l l'I KS OF
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The Noted Western Outlay-1. Hy Hon. J. A.
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trntediof their bold operations f,.r Is jears in Jl
ilill'i retit stales and terrain!,", lrttl irij-' d-teclive
and officials of the law. Jlest selling bi ok of the
year. MHO sold in three month. Ml cent" for
oiitf.t ; I. Vi for samp'e copy. Liberal terms ti
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l ine Si , St. Louis, M 1.
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suporter for weakly ladles, thai Is also a perfect
preventative to the cutis, queno s of murriaire.
Price $ !: can be obtained bv addressing post ofllce
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QICK HEADACHE !
Wo Mean t'nrwl, Xot Merely Relievei.
And Can Provo What wo Claim,
t tf'l hem aru no failures nnd no disappoint
nieiii. If you are troubled with Slt.'kilEAiT
ACHE you can be ensily uutl quickly cured, a
hundred have been alremiy. WiTshTirbe" pleased
In mull a sheet of testimonials t.)Uiiy Interested.
Carter's Little Liver Tills
Also cure all forms or Illliousness. prevent Const!
paiioii mul Diiipepsia. promote DiL'esilon. relievo
distress iToiii loo ln-arty eutlnj, correct Disorder
of the Mnmacli. Mimiilati; the Liver, and U- iiliilij
the Dowels. They ,lo nil litis by lukini! just or.i;
liltle pill at a il o.e. '1 Ley are purely vegetal, ie, do
not e.ripe or puru'e. bik! are ns nearly perfect an
il Is po-'Hible lor a pill to be Price , cei ts, 5 for
1 . f-oid bv ilruc.'isi i-vervvt here or sent by mull .
C A HIE It MKDlLlNh to.. EitlE. PA.
UUAY'S SPKVinc MKHIi'INE
TRADE MA IK.Thf Or; at Enj
lic'iieitv, an un
luiiin.' cure for
Sper 111 a t orrboe.-i.
1 111 potency, miii a 'I
disease that fol
low as a COIire.
riiiclice of sell
Ps mi- anuse am hiss o
1 , . .. r . I. ,
i.iuio wkuig memory, nniveism
lassitude, pail1 'D the back, dim Aft,,, sn.i.-
l,cs. of vision, t.remii'iire old aje.outr IUUDg.
and tuany other disease that lead to ln-aiilty or
Kiiisinripiiou and a premature L'tave
Pull particulars in our pamphlet, v lib !i we de
sire li send tree by Biail tot-very one Tnespi
ciHc uiedleii.e 1 sold ov all ilrut'iiists at $1 per
package, si for or will be nut iree bv mull on
receipt of the inohKy bv addresin 1 ifE OKAY
MEDK INE CO.. Nu. J t-d.a.-iic blink. Detroit
Mich, hold In ( airo by Ilarciuy Eros., Paul O
hchuh and (ii-o E. OTlaru.
To .Nervous SiilTi-rer-Tlia Great European Kt ui-rdv-Fr.
J. I!. Simpson's Specitlc Medicine.
I)r J H. Simpson's Specific Medicine Is a posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, Idi potency, Wcaknesg
and all discuses resulting from Self Abuse, as Ner
vous Dehllitv. Irritability. Menial Anilely, I-anuor,
Lassitude, Dcprcaaion of splrllsand functional do
rani;emelits ol the Nervous System ircncrallv Pains
in Hack or bide. Loss of Memory. Prsmmire obi
Aeu and disease,
that lead to con
ty and an early
L'rave, cr bolb.
No matter how
shattered I h e
system may be
from excess, of
any kind, a short
course of this medicine. oi resu ru tu iil li.nc
tiocs and nrorure nea'.lh and ha) pine . where be
fore was despoadeucy and xioui. The Spcclitc
Meillciue Is beiiiK us-il wiih wonderful sac
Pamphlet" sent free to ail. Wrue for Ihcu and
pet fu.i 1 artlciilrrs.
Price, Sjiecilic. ! 'O 1 cr packm-e. nr s'.j: pack
au'es for $' no. Will he sent by mall oil receipt ot
money. Address n!1 order.
.1 It. SIMPSON'S MEDICINE CO..
No. li, slid bi Muln St.. liullalu. N. Y.
CENT TO JAN. 1.
III te I'nL p-stpaid.
frum 'la's l .Uu. 1st
fir it, f.rl0rnt TM
Ulvi .iil.-rli'tli.;i yrlil
iiaMe n wleri t-i li
cun.e acuuainit'l xlili
th clienps.t inetio
rmitaii wreklr In th
IS Ill.leiH-lel.l.t III
puilllcn. all I lie new.,
rorrrct market report,
Inevrrjf Issue. A fur
lle family pii-sr. semt
10 c-enia (s-lv-r 1 Nt
oner atnl eal It until
Jan. 1. 1 -SI. Hlvii
trial lubsrrlptlona lor
l.i-a Keaular price is
7. ct a ysar Aildrvaa
t leior r'. !. nii,
I ul.'l-lu-r Week It
Nt w . I blcaKO. 111.
V.:-r, f V ' Iral-.T s-v 1'1 t S.ltfc
fV.. I 1..-I. rt I "'h 1 ..-1- I ti' o. .LU. lUli. IM-
! .nwdu-ivsi lalr.tt, m..iaii al4lM(Ms
... ' ee 11, I, ...3 , -fl- i-J .C Urn tonaur 10
ffcctra, b .1 ( f '. i" ii. .iM fur 1 J (&.
Lib.1! l, .... ijIUUI; IH'I auie flu,, CttlcMOi
1 C5(U)lx?g I
(Formerly Dr. Craig's Kidney Cure.)
A vegetable preparation and the only sure remedy
In the world lor HKIOHT'HDIMEASK.DIAIIETKS
and ALL KIDNEY, LIVEltaud L'KINAKY DIS
EASES. JtrTestlinmilals of tho highest order In proof of
fTy-Fortlieciiniof DIABETES, call forWAH
NEICH HAKE DIAIIETEH CCKK
rl;or the cure of HItKiIIT'8 and the other dls
eae. call for WAKNKK'8 BAKE KIDNEY and
Ut'incdicH are wold
by DrutrpiKts nnd
ueaicrs in .nemciiie vri
II. II. WAKNEK Jt CO.,
UoeiiEhTBii, New Yoiik.
rv-Retiil fur Pamnhlct
unci Teatluionluls .
A WEEK in vour own town, and no
capital risked. You can Rl"" tbo
buelnesi a trial without expense.
The best oppprttinit ver oiu-n u ioC
vjl taose wiiiuiLT in '
try notliinn else till you see for cour-
I ilf what yon can do at the buslncis we otlor. No
1,1,1,11 luvjipiHin nere. luutt.,, .... j......
time or only your spare time to the humiicss, at, i
make great pay for fvery boor that yon work
Women make an much a men. Helid for special
prlvatii terms nd particulars, which w in nil Iree,
.'i otnnt rree. Don tcompiiun oi uaro unie wune
you have sucha chance. Addrasi U. liALLl-.'TT I
CO.. Portlund. Mains.