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WISFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
; For Governor,
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS.
For Secretaay of State.
JOHN II. OBEKLY,
of Alexander County
LOUIS C. STARKEL,
of St. Clair County.
of WinncbaRO County.
For Confess, ltti Cistric:,
of Randolph County.
For Senator af the SOth tiietritt,
WM. A LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
D. T LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
Thi right of Trial by Jury. Uie Hat Corpii,
th Liberty of tU l'ret. tie Freedom ol Speech,
tie National Rlf-LU of Perton and the lights of
JToper.y toast be preserved - Extract from Gen.
Hatcock's letter upon uklns trj; of the Louis
AXXOU.VCEll KN H.
COUNTY ATTORNEY -I hereby announc. my
slf m a candidate at the en.ulnz November
election. lor the ottce of Cocnty Attorn.y for the
coot IT of Alexander, llllnoli. ANOL LfctK.
CIRCUIT CLERK -W are authorized to an
nounce that ALEX. H 1RVIN will be acanrll
iaU at the nsaln November election for the
uthr of clreult clerk in Alexauder ciMly.
Ii'OK tiliERlKV-We arc anhorized to annonnce
' that Mr JOHN HODGKM will tie a randldnto
lor re-election to the rfflce of Hienff. of Alexandre
coanty. at the next November election, (ulject
billy t" the vote of the people at the polls.
FORCORONKR-Wearo aiithori.ed to announce,
that Richard Klttuerald Is a rmidiilu'.e for re
election the ofilce of Alexander county,
General W. T. Siiuhkan.
"Write down the very liestthini yoa can think
vr ui ,mi. laui.iKH ns ma ouieer auu a ;euiie
mi aud 1 will siKu it.'
GXNEllAt U. K. GltANT.
"I bavenothinit to say against Gen . Hancock. I
nave Known nini lor lorty years. U s personal, or
Jklal and military record is nood.M
Janes A. Oahi-iklu.
"The man who attempts to vet up a political ex
oitetnent in this cnuntrv on the old sectional isst-ts
will find himself without a party and without sup-
Hon. IIoheht Be ix.
"Oenllemen! Thn principle! of the Democratic
party are as faraiiovn the principles of the Repub
lican party a the battlement! of hii!li Leaven arc
above trie muusiiii or nun,'-
Hon. Caul Hinriti.
"I shall certainly not atternnt to demedicate the
i haraeter oftitu. llutcock, and the ureal services
which be lina rendered to the country. He Is n
vetitlemau of Irreproachable character, which 1 shall
he sorry to see any effort made to discredit. As a
soldier, lie has shown signal bravery aud skill In
handling troops under difficult circumstances, and
his naaio is Identified with some of the most splen
did achievements of the war, For all this every
food ciUxen win Donor mm.
CObONEI. Ji'HK II V,
"The Republican hand in thii campainlmt at
tempt to delilu the private character of Geo Han
cwk would onlv dcille theiimelvra. lie was a sol
dlcr, a patriot and a man of unsullied character, and
hi! private record is nuaasailal'le."
Gkn, WiM'ir.i.i) Si'orr Hancock.
'full vnte:a free Mllol; and a fair cotinu"
j'uhlic olllce, is a trust, nut a bounty bestow. d
upon the holder. No incompetent or dishonest per
son sbutilil ever be entrusted Willi It.''
"If called to the I'reaiilencv I (hould deem it my
duty to resist with all niv power anv attempt to im
pair or evade the full forco and effect ol the rnn
ititnion, which in ewry article, section and amend,
ment, la the smiremclaw of the lund.''
"The rit'lit of tnul by iurv, tbu huben corpns,
the liberty 'of thepres, the freedom of speech, the
nuturul riRhts of nersoua.and the ritit ol property
must bo preserved."
HON. 11. W. TOWNSENI) WILL (PEAK AT
Golconda, Friday October 5.
New Hnrnside, Wednesday October 0.
Stone Fort. Thursday October 7.
Cairo, Wednes diy October 1 J.
HON. (AJltT.1. M.lllSllAl.l. WILL Sl'KAK AT
Golconda, Saturday Octoln r".
Metropolis, Monday October 11.
Cairo, Weam sday Octobi-r n.
Muryh-boro,Thursday October 11.
Marion. Saturday October 11.
OEM. VCIU.IAM U. ASDEIWlN WILL STEAK AT
Golconda. Saturday October 9.
Metropolis. Mondav (Jctober 11.
Vienna. Friday Octotx-r 14
Cairo. Wednesday October 13.
Murphysboro. Thursday October 1 1.
Marlon, Saturday October lti.
HON. r. M yOfNl.BUKJU WIU. 1'EAS AT
Vienna. Tuesday October 52.
Cairo. Wednesday October 11,
Anna, Thursday October 11.
fmijuolu. Friday October 15.
PlnKney villi', Saturday October l'j.
HON. JOHN U. OBE1U.T W IIX f?':AK AT
Sbawneetown, Saturday October 10,
oiconda. Monday October is.
Metropolis. Tuesday October IP.
Joneskro.l hursday Oitoinr il.
Sparta, Friday OcobertK.
Marion, Thursday rictober is.
Murphysboro, Friday October
Di'.aoin, Saturday Uctober
Cairo. Monday November 1.
liv order of Cotrreseioual Commit...-.
R. I ltL.iANZA, WM. 11. GHEES.
The ncsnanera of the Disirict are reoueetei to
copy the abo,e.
DEMOCR-VTIC rRECINCT MEETINGS.
lion W W Rarr will (peak at Alto, Friday, Octo
ber 1, at 7 p in; Anna, Saturday, Oct 4, at 7 p m.
Hon F E Albright will speak at Bell"! Mill. Mon
day, set 4, at 7 pm: Pre-ton's School Hoii-e,
Tnes'av, (Ji-t fe, at 7 p m; Willlard a Lindlnz,
Wedneiav, (ct 6, at 7 p a: Reynold! schuol
House, Thursday, Oct 7, at 7 p m; Dongola, Satur
day, Oct y, at 11 a ru.
Hun Jesse Ware will speak at Mill Cn-ek, Thurs
day, Sept :. at 7 p m; Gregory Schoj Hou,
Friday, Oil, at 7 p tn; Karrakcr x:nool House,
Saturday, Oct 4 at 7 p m; Melseaheimer School
Monday! Oct 4, at 7 p m.
Hon D T Unecar will speak at Mt Pieasar.t,
Monday, Oct 4, at 1 p m; Saratoga, Monday, Oct
4. at 7 p in: Flmore School House, Tuesday, Oct 5,
at 7 p m; I'onuolit, Saturday, Oct 9, at 1 p in.
Hon Georpe V Hill will speak at Lick Creek,
Friday, U 1, at 7 p m : Moscow, Saturday, Oct i,
t7p in: Meisetheimcr School House, Monday,
Ol.1 4, it'. 7 p m.
Rusket picnic at Mt I'lea-iLt: Rart-ccue at Ion
gola. WILUAM-ON COTSTV.
Hon Wm n.irtzeil will speak at R!a:rville. Sat
urday. Oct 4 at 1 cm: Cartersvilie, Saturday, Oct
i at '7p n; JefTersonyille. Monday (kt 4. at 1 p m;
M.irlon, Monday. Oct 4, at 7 pm; Pulley's Mill.
Tuesday, Oct 5, 'at 1pm; Kinimc's School Hou-e,
Tuesday, Oct 5, at 7 p m; Stone Fort, 'Ihured-iy,
Oct 7, at 1 p m.
Hon R W TowEshend will speak at Stone Fort
a'mo on the 7th.
Hon Win .1 Allea wi!l speak at Ijkc Creek. Wed-n-sday,
O'tii. at 1 p m: Ilosweil'a .Springs iGrsy
I'recinc) Thursday. Oct 7, at 1 p ru.
KAStXiLIH COINTV. .
P Hon F E Albright will speak at Shiloh,
Wednesday, Sept i"'. at 1 p m; Chester, Thurs
day, Sept il, 1 p m,
Hon W .1 Alien will speak at Shiloh, Wednes
day, Sept at 1 p in ; Chester, Thursday, Sept
atl p ni.
Hon Wm Hartel! will will be present at al! the
iltHjve meeting" except Ka-kaskia and Chester.
Bv order of Congreefioaal Committee.
W H Of tis-, Ctairmac,
R. Kkicana, Secretary.
MA.VAC COl NT T.
Hon Wm K Murphy will speak at New
inmbia. 'Ihurs'isv, 'Sep tt i p m;
li-Dton, School House, Tuesday, Oct 5, aj
n m; lirocnvn, i ue'iv n ). a. ,
p m ; Aikin's school lli;ie. W ednesday, Oct tt, a: 1
p m : Oak Grove school H'-ase, Wednetday, Oct ,
at 7 p in.
Hon W W Rarr. will sueak at Strliiirown. Tuts-
dav. )rl at 1 p mt Metropolis. TucsO.iy. Oct .'. at
7p'm; Aikin ( S' h'X,! Uocss. Wednesday. 0:t ti. at
1 pm: Oik Grove School House, Wednesday. Oct 6,
l.?P1V. ... ....c ,....
,,e;i n in j Ancerson ini ;iim.-.ouiuri .'iirLn
wili sptak at Metropolis. Mi.r.da), Oil 11. at 1 p ui.
Hot. W X Sr.enn will sneak at Iidd-, vl'le, Sat-
nr''.av.Oit 4 at l pm. .
lion v m iv .narpLv w ui "pi-B t i.'.rr i.uu ,
dav, Oct I. 5t 1 p m : Eddyvllle. Saturday Oct 4 at 1
p m; New Lilierty. Monday, Oct 4. 1 p Hi.
Hor.s Samoel S Marshall BLd Wm Hartztll v. Ill
(jak at Golconda, Saturday. Oct !. at 1 p m.
HonaGeo W Hill and W A Spaim w II speak at
Keitm-r School House, Tuesday. Sep !. i p in;
Inr.ntl Hill. Wednesday, e.ti!i1 at i nm.
II, tr. Wm J Alien will soeak at (ioreville. Mondav.
Oi. 4, at 1 p m : New lirunsidc, Monday, Oct I, at 7
P - ,.
lion ki liartr.lM win saa ui irranc oiure.
'Kivir i T'j::'h''p . Wednesday. Oct i at 1 p m;
New R'irnfi le. Wednesday Oct b. at i p to; urali'.v
btirh. Friday. On K at 1 pm.
Hor.t F YoutiKtilooU ana 3 r v, ueeier "ill
s,v.ak at itr.na. I uesclay, Jct iv, ai i p in.
Hon J:K M Gregt; will st eak at White Clirch
l'r,,iJ,H I'rrciiiit.i Mondav Oil 4; Old DuOuoln
'I uhsiIuv. Oct !: Round Prairie School House. Wee
ntsdav.'Oct : (iwanw ii:k, '1 hursdav, Oct 7; Cutler
Frldav. Oct S: IK-nmurk. Saturday Uct ; Bairu
School House, Saturday, Oct !i, 7 p m.
Hon 8 P Wheeler will speak at Villa Ri'lir,
Saturday, Oct ti, at 7 p tn: Mound Cltv. Monday.
Ort4 at 7 p m ; New Grand Chain. Friday, Oct lj,
6::iil p m: WetanK, Saturday. Oct 1H. 7n m.
Hon w A rtpaun win "peaa ai .louini , ij j i'-s-day.
Oct 5, (K 1 pm; Pulaski. Wednesday, Odd,
at 7 p in ; Cllen, luursuay, uci . pa.
lion M C Crawford will (beak at Olmstcad. Sat
urday, Oct 0. at lam; New Grand Chain, Satur
day, Octat6:SD pm.
"TO BE, OR NOT TO 15E."
"To be, or not to be" that is thcf.ueHtiun,
whether to suffer from a deseaseii system
and continuous impurities of our blood, or
to tuko Sprin-r JllosHoni and beconio a wel
come and respectable member of society.
I'rice, 5Uc trial bottles 10c.
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 hie of endless toil,
One certiliu comfort wc can get, to cure
Rheumatics, hclectric Oil.
Pah. (1. Hciiuii Druggist.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Mmihiiall
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon oO Hays
trial. tpec;ily cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. V nto to them with
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 5, 1880.
"NOliODi' WIIX SEE IT."
A short timo otfo we called upon a certain
party in business in Yulhjo, find asked hiin
why lie did not ndrcrtise in the Chronicle.
"Oil, because," he answered, "what's the
use? Nobody will see it,"
"Vou'r misukou," suiil we; "every page
iu our paper is read."
"Nonsense," ho replied; even if they had
rend my ad., people would never think of it
ngain. I don't want to advertise."
"No buta at all. I don't want to adver
tise, and don't bother me any more; I'm
busy;" and ho walked back into his store
and strangled a poor little fly that was help
u itself from a barrel of sugar.
Time passed, and we never again inti
mated "advertisement" to him, though
meeting him daily. Yesterday the gentle
man called at our sanctum, looking a little
uncertain as to how he would be received.
We cherished no hard feelings, and mo
tioned him to a chair.
"I suppose you heard of that little affair
of mine below?"
"Oh, yes," said wc; "that little escapade
on Kearney street, night before? Ye,
we've got ail the particular"
"Hush ! not so loud, please," said he; "of
course you are going to say nothing iu the
paper about it."
'And why not: It's a mitter ot interest
to vour friends and the people generally."
'Heavens! Why it would ruin me."
"Oh, no, guess not; nobody will ever see
Yes they will; and it will ruin me as
sure as I'm fitting here. I'll be the laugh-injr-stock
of the town. They will sec it I"
We rose and touched him impressively
on the shoulder.
"Well, we will admit that the people
will sec it: but then, you know, they will
never think of it again."
His words crmc back to him like a flash,
and he trembled so evidently that his eye
balls fairly jingled, aud he was such an
object of commie-ration that wc promised
to'kecp mum. This little moral is drawn
from the above, w liich is applicable the
world over: Ak a man to advertise and
he will immediately S3 in the majority of
cases, that "Nobody will ever see it:" but
advertise gratis some little indiscretion h?
mav commit, end he immediately -rows
indignant over the certainty that the whole
world will know it.
THE TIDE OK EMIGRATION
To the great wrest seems always at the flood.
As the great forests are swept away, and
settlements are established along the
streams ot that vast region, an enemy ob
trude himself among the homes of the set
lers. scarcely less to' be dreaded than the
barbarous Indian. Fever and ague scourges
those new communities, and it is only by
the use of an c ff.cient preventive that its
malarious breath can safely be inhaled.
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a fortifying
and protective medicine, without a rival on
this continent, has for over a quarter of a
century been the chief resource of the new
settler, the miner and agriculturists of the
west in time of sickness, bis surest safe
guard against the inroads of disease. This
medicine, besides being an antidote to ma
laria, counteracts the effects of exhaustion,
hardships and exposure, and remedies rheu
matism, dyspepsia, constipation and debility-
C'AitTF.it's Little Liver Pills are free from
all crude and irritating matter. Concen
trated medicine only; very small; very easy
to take; no pun; no gr.picg.
"Re-fol-de Riddle! How well I feel"'
Chirped an elderly bachelor t'other morn
ing. "That Thomas' Eclectric Oil eems
to have cured my lumbago completely. I
feel as if I w-.re young again and lx.-Iieve
1 11 aA- the widow to nave me. lie oi-i so,
was acc.-pted and is now the happy parent
of a line boy.
i'ALi. u. rx nun, druggist.
"Swathe's Ointment and Pills." The
greatest remedies the world has ever known
curini? the rjuost inveterate case ol Kin
dKfca.-f.i. such as tetter, salt rheum, scaly
head, bar he's itch, sores, all crusty, scald
skin eruptions, and that distressing com
plaint, itchini; piles. As a blood puritier
and regulator, Swaynes Tar and Sarsapa
riila Pills are excellent. Cure sick and
nerveous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion,
ward off malarial fevers, cleansing the sys
tem and bowels of all impurities, restoring
to healthy activity every organ ol tne oooy.
Price 23 cents a box. nve boxes fi. umr
ment 50 cents, three boxes Si. 25. Can be
sent by mail to any address on receipt of
once. Address letters. IJr. Swavne & hon,
350 North Hixth street, Philadelphia.
Sold by all leading druggists. 14)
Motjikks! Motiilus!! Moth Kits Ill
Are vou disturbed at night and broken of
your rest by a sick child suffering and cry
ing from the excruciating pains ol cutting
teeth? It so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothinc Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, Hnd
pleasant to the tkste. and is the prescrip
tion rf one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. Twenty-five cents a bot
Cocons. "Brown s Bronchial Troches
are u-:d with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They ure Dot new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
Tiir Throat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone w lien relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use!
A Colon, Cold, Catauhh of sore throat
requires immediMtij attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" itlmost
invariably give relief. Imitations nro offer
ed for sale, ninny of which are injurious.
Tho genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes.
HOW'S THE BABY.
"How's the baby?" His croup is better
this morning, thank you, we gave him some
Thomas' Electric Oil ns you advised, doc
tor, and shall givo him some more in an
hour or so." Next dtiythe doctor pro
nounced the youngster cured.
Paul O. Sciich, Druggist.
AN EDUCATIONAL ENDORSEMENT.
The Rev. (!. A. Harvey, 1). D,, of the
Howard University, of Washington, has
addressed the following letter to Messrs.
11. H. Warner & Co., of Rochester, N. Y.:
Gentlemen: I take pleasure In stating
that I have for two years past been ac
quainted w ith tho remedy known as War
ner's Safe Kidney aud Liver Cure, aud
with its remarkable curative efficiency in
obstinate and so-called incurable cases of
Bi'ight's Disease in this city. In . some of
these cases, which seemed to be iu the last
stages, and which had been giveu up by
practicioners ol both schools, the speedy
chauge wrought by this remedy seemed
but little less than miraculous. I am con
vinced that for Bright's Diser.se, iu ail its
stages, no remedy heretofore discovered can
be held for one moment in comparison
with this. Respectfully yours,
C. A. Hakvky.
An Ei koant Toilet Pkepakatiux, hair
dressing and restorative is tound iu "Lon
don Hair Color Restorer." It schkru fails
to restore gray or laded h,vir to its original
youthful color and beauty. Falling hair is
checked by its use, and it produces a
growth of beautiful young hair, soft, glossy
and luxuriant. It certainly is the most
cleanly and effective hair restorer now be
fore the American people.
A. A. Hlbson, Barrytown, Duchess coun
ty, N. Y., writes: Dr. Swayne 1 Son, Phil
adelphia : Gents I enclose a po.toffice
order for eight dollar-: please send me one
dozen "London Hair Color Restorer." It
has stopped my hair from falling, and re
stored it to its natural color. It has proven
satisfactory in every respect. The "London
Hair Color Restorer" can be obtained at all
the leading druggists at 73 cents a bottle.
It is n 1 vile drugged stuff, pretending to
be made of wor.deiful foreign roots, barks,
etc., and ruffed up by long Ixigi's certifi
cates cf pretended miraculous cures, but a
simple, j tire, effective medicine, made of
well known valuable remedies, that fur
nishes its ow n certificates by its cures. We
refer to Hop Bitters, the purest and be.-t ot
medicines. See another column. Re-pub-lic.m.
KW YORK .STORE,
WHOEESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
. IN TliK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VKRY CLOSE
C. O. PAT IKK CO.,
C''.,,iflmer,e:'a!AV" ' iU I'O, 111.
T-zM Patent MetaUlc '
Boots and Shoes
Frcn Banning C7er,
Wearing offcntlie SiQe
and Ripping in the
For nale by
C. K O C H,
Manofa-tnrer and dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES
I. WAYS carrlea thn lar.o-at and liet .elected
atoek of (.uatom-Mude Tootn and Shoen f,,r
llenteatid Ladle wear of all the lute.t i-tyleit, a!o
alwaya ou hund a lino of Kanern mnde Koodf.
KubfierH. Leather and fin'litiK". Inyiieaall to rail
and examine ifoode aud price before iUKhusinK-
Vmiultctorer aud dealer in C'ti'toai miuie
N. II. All work warranted, and Itepulrlns neatly
done on clioit nutlre,
Jrwrliili Sit Deiween ( oTimerclKl und
ilIllll Ol ., Wa.hli t-ton Ave.
Cairo - Illinois.
'vYouraelvui' by miikln-i mon
I'-.V 'Me t a U'lildt ll ihnnoii U
olli-red, iluirehy alwuya
keeping 'iiivarly from your
ilonr. TtKino who always
tnke inlvinitAVH of the ooil
cliancon for maklnirmo'iey tii.it aru otTered, gouerai,
ly becotiiit wealthy, whlln lhoe who do Hot till-,
prove aueb ehmitea remain Iu poverty. Wo want
mntiy men, women, lioymmil itirlato do work forim
rlnlit in their own Irualltle., Tho htmltieiot will
tmy more than ten time ordinary wai-. Wu
rurtilNh an expdnaeualvu out 111 mid till Hint you
lined fM. No one who enairea ful In to maku
nniney rapidly. Vou enii devote your wholo time
to the wurk, or only your unam tnomenta. Kull
Inrormntloti and nil that In needed cent frto
UruM BTINfsO.N LU, l'urtltuid, Muluo,
l m i
45 Years Before the Public,
Dr. C. MoIANE'S
ore not recommended as a remedy "for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in ulKtions of.
the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsin, and Sick Head.u'hc, or dUeaes of
that character, they stand w ithout a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
Asa simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL,
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane and Fleming Bros.
Jftaf" Insist upon having the genuine DR.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., IMttsburgL, Ta.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
itl a UTCn u .nh.r. t mii t.i,
I AN I tU ' trT Un( lJ.r. Ilirii. 1 1.
' lut',. Mr . l.T ,111,1 . I. fiuilBl. In U!
I'Mifal flte. Tm lH Sol iwAJ, SI. U,l,
, Outfit feut free to thine tu rtifh t' e.
)cai ill the ino.t pli Kf il l unit r rl t -it.K-liueinefa
hncjvui. Kn tiling new.
e atjiial n.'t re itiiieil. Wc will furuis'i
eu-rvthllii $ltu rtayatnl upward" i yi t
Hi ea-ily made wlth-.m h ivIhl' wy from
h'ltue over iiiuht. Ni ri-k Im., v, r. Mmhv new
uurkerc wioi'i-d atouie. Mni.v ure iiitkii.a !rt
tine., at tne uiiritH. Lnu:, mi.ke a unit U-a
n -ti. und on ii i hnya aud v"r m k ki- freat imy o
une tiu in willing 'tn wurk lu:' to make more
money every day than run I,'- r adein a i-,-k nt any
uther'cmployriie!:t. I !;u-e ho mnue at owe
Mill find .i " -h'.rt mad to fortune. Addo-- ll
H Vl Ll-.TT 4 t o , Portland. Mann-
Aufnth II-IKK AND AIlVKMt i(KS
I Kit AN K
Hie NVti-d Western Outlaws. By Hon. ,1 A.
Iiaeim. i'ti ! A true and thriiliiiii urcinit illli;.
tratrtl of their lold 'up, ration lor is jritrc tu -JO
liferent Mate and territories, tmtltiUi! (Mectle
and ufl.i la's uf the law. li it n-LIng b, ok of the
year in uVi mild in three montl.ii ."O rent for
ijin;:'; 41. '.i for minpie eopv, Llln-ral term to
aj, !. N H TIIOM I'SUN i CO , I'uhlt-hers, r.-.v
l'ine .', . St . l.ouii". M l.
A WostiKKrit DinovriiY rmt Tin Liur A
stiporter for weakly ladlm. that la io a nrfeit
in, ventathe to the Conejtienr of marrtaee
I'rice 1: c au lie ohtained l,y addre.tliii; jioet oftie
Iloi 41. .V.'uua. KoitcoutbCo., Iowa.
A V F.AII and ernenm to
N aeetit" (mttlt free Addre. 1.
' ' O. VKRKV. At;irt:ta. Maine
Xettli:ijier Advert Isiug Karenn 1 tj Siirtttel..V. V
Outfit ttirni-hed free, with full In
tnirtion for rondKctitii: the ci t
iirnftt.nMe hi:.in,-i, thai ai,r ,,t- run
f J I '"-'tae ill. The huili'-. if fo ei-r
If to h-arn, '.d otir liitlruetiota are eo
simple and ti.kin, that atr one (ai
raake preat pruflt from the urt. No o-je ran fn 1 1
who la wiliin-,'to work. Women an- a sarce!-jl
men. I;,,;. and col can earn la.v .;rn.
Many have mailt- at the ltiin over one hondr- d
dolliiM in a unirle we-k. Nothlnn like It e,.-r
know n Letup-. All w ho en-a-e are mr-ri4 at the
ea.e and rMddity with wbl''b they are aide to make
money. You an engage In th' hualnr durinj;
yijiir pare time at i;reat nroflt. Yondn not have to
im, -t caj.it.il In it. We take all the r:k Tbo.e
h,)r.e,-u rerT inonev. fh'i'ild wfre to ua at otiee.
A 1 rtirn-b-'l free. Adrefs TKIE & CO. Au
The Weekly Bulletin,
ri'BMSIIKD OX .MONDAY
82.00 Per Annum
The Weekly Bulletin.
We Moan Cured, Not Merely Relieve!,
And t'ati Prove What we Claim,
jT'Tlo-ro are no futluren and no dluppant
nietilii If you are troubled with hlt'lTTlKAU
At UK )uu can be emily and quickly eur.-d, an
hundredn have heeii alrt-aiiy. l'e"ithairiie pleaeed
to miiil a ahiiet of te.liiuoiiiaU to any Inter- -ti-d.
Cuvter's Little Liver Tills
Alo rure all forma or IIIIioiimkhk. prevent Crnatl
put I 'in aud Iiyiepcimla, promote Iiiirectloii, relieve
tlii-tri'io. from too hearty eatins, correct Illi-order
of tin- Sttiiiiiii li. Stimulate the Liver, and Heirulnte
the Itiirtel. They do all thin hy laklni' jtiKl one
little pill at a do.e . They are purely veri table, do
not tripe or purtre. ami are an nc-arly perleit ait
it Is poc-ilile Inr a pill to be. I'rice & cet tn, fi for
1. Sold bv dru,'.'ist even where or ent by mMl
CAKTKK MKUIClSK CO , KKIK. t.K .
liRAY'S M'l't IFU: JI KlU fix E
TnDE MARK.Thel.i'.alKnKllelilllAIlK JIAIiK
4K4 Ki'MHilv, utl till-
Liiliiu: ore for
!)' Seinlnnl Weaknesi!
sper iu a t orrhoea.
inpotetiry. and all
diM'ae that fol
low ui a tonne-
iiuence of n il
JDeiOre Xttiingmcnnrv, ii!!lveiaf
T c iti-ii a ou.i ; iw io. o
lassitude, pain 'u the lai k. dun Jf,,,. !':
m f. of virion, premature old ai,'e.-"' " fe-
and ninny other (lisea-en that lead to lnrsuily or
cot.KDinpiion ana a premature I'ruve
Kull jiartinilnr m our pamphlet, wulih e dt
rdre to eiul free by Uiail toeti ry une The t pe
ciSe inedlrlue Ik old bv all (irnfi.'i-l at fl pir
patkae. siT for .'. or will he tent fre- by mtii m,
rec, Ipt of the nmnry by addn t.lnf 1 tl K '-HA Y
MKllK INK ( (J.. No - Mechanic block,. Ilein't
Mich, bold in Cairo by Barclay 11 rot . i'aui G
bihuhaudUeo K O'llum.
To Xervi'tis ?ull'eiers-Tlie (ireat European P.eki-fth-Pr.
.1. I!. Siiul'soU'dSlxi-lllr Mediiice.
Dr. .1 B Sinip.on'f fpeelrlc Medicine lc a po
tlve cure for spermatorrhea, Impoteney, Wium n
and all din an . rei;iiii:(( from Self Abtite. M Ner
vou. liehllitv. Irritability. Mental Anxiety, Languor,
l.arvltude. lleprertion of splrlla and furirtin.ai de
rani'i-inent if the Men on Sy.teni t'l-nersliv 1'alt.a
in Lark or bide. I. o of Memory. Premature (ii,;
Ae and c-irea.e
that lead to l on
ty it.'l au early
vrave, nt both.
No matter how
rhittered I h e
tyatein may be
from ncetee'a of
any kind a ahoit
courte of ttilt m!
lion, and i,rt oru
lit me 111 re-li re tliu tt luLt-
lion, and i,rt or,l neaitti at.u na
fore a nerpondencjr and ybx
neallh ai d happilietn , here be-
IO. The fpetinc
Me,iicine n bur. ni. d iih wonderful t-' -
fainplilet. tetit free tn all. Write for ll.'tn kid
(jet fui particular,.
1'rif-e. .-j.ecillc. $1 per packr.-. or tlx pn
2- fcr I' . t ill be rent by mail ou recetpt ol
money Addr-- all order.
,1 U SIMI'SON S VEHK INK CO
No. 1M td p, Main St.. llu-Taio. N. Y.
C'KNTM TO JAN. 1.
The Chi rniro
will t n-ut, jMj,a d.
from 1a,e to 11
lint, for lOeen-.t TM
trial luiwerioriou trlil
enanl rea-lert Ii Ih
eoui acijuaiufc4 wltri
tl. fheirt metro
IxillUn eely Iu tt,
t.H. Ini1prfi,ltnl la
poiltlea, all in newi,
cor re, i market rerrii,
BIX coinplHrO (Cone
Ineverv i.iue. A favor
ite fnmtlr paper, fend
10 cent (ilr) at
on re ami a-i tt eon I
Jan. 1, 1M. Kleven
ti'al nibwrlptiohi fr
ll.l.tj. Ki-irul.-u r-rir I
T .' . a year. AdUrei
Vletor K. Iwnn,
liiloi her Weekly
Seat, Chicago. 111.
,. i r,t,!.r, n- ltT-!t. I) -i-p f iw.
r,. W "j. I i-t.ii-i 1 . i ,',;,rt'i(u,lUH Kc-
i, rT.. i ;,. i lt,-r v, -i t-ii t-ri l-.i' 4 Co.i -K
TicUa fw-ok ' f :-jti.M,;itS blhnu,
l. iiS I .... U"hrur u ' Ut Nil., CLicft. UL
k L il
(Formerly Dr. Crstg'" Kidney Cure.)
A yei'etahle preparation and the only cure remedy
In the world for DKIUHT'N DISEASE. DIAHETKS
and ALL KIDNEY. LIVEUand L'itlNAKY DIS
EASES. tjrTeailmonlnl of the hllieMt order Iu proof of
tTKor the euro of DIABETES, call forWAK
NKH'S MAKK DIABETES CPKE.
I ttr-Kor the rure of HHKillT'H and the other dlo
eaKe. nil) for WAli.NElCS SAKE KIDNEY and
KeniedicM are sold
by Druggists and
Dealers iu Medicine
H. II. WAKNEK A CO.,
lto ItKHTLlt, KEW YOKK.
TrVSend for Pautphlet
A WKICK 1b tour own town, and no
capital rliktxl. Yon ran (five tho
niiHtneaa a trial witnout. nipeoru.
The lient nnportuntt ver ollerea m
llimn utllfnir In work. Oil HtlOUlfl
trv ntiLhiuir el till yotl e for totir-
I If whnt yon can do nt tun bnalnca wu oOer. No
loom toejtilnln here. You can devoie as I your
time or only yonr pre limn to the bttineaa, ar, i
make (treat pay for t'vury hour that you work
Women make a much nt meu. Hand for apeclal
private term nd purtlctilara. wlilen w mall lre,
IS (until free. Don't comiilnin of hard lime while
von have aueba ehnnca.AUdrrri 11. 11ALLKTT A
iM U LZ
Till v v