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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 8, 1830.
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WISFIELD SCOTT HASC0CK.
WILLIAM II. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS.
For Secretauyof State.
JOHN II. OBERLY,
or Alexander County
LOUIS C. sTAltKEL,
of St. Clair County.
For Treasurer, '
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, Mb district,
of Randolph Couuty.
For Senator of the VJth district,
WM. A LEMMA,
of Jack.on county.
D. T. LIN EGA R,
of Alexander couuty.
of Union county.
"Thi rlRht of Trial by Jury, the Ilaoeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Right, of Persons and the Rights of
Property must be preserved -Extract from Gen.
Hancock's letter upon tukiue charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self a a candidate at the eunulnc Novemher
election, for the office of County Attormy for the
eountr of Alexander. Illinois. ANGUS LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK. -We are authorized to an
nounce that ALEX. II. IliVIN will be acandl
(late at the ensulnir November election for the
Office of circuit clerk in Alexander couuty.
ICOK SlIERIKK-Wc are authorized to announce
that Mr JOUN lKHXiEH will be a candidate
for re-election to the (ftlce of Sheriff, of Alexandre
county, at the next November election, subject
only to the vote of the people at the poll.
FORCORONER-Weare authorized to announce
that Richard Fitzgerald I a caudidate for re
election the office of Alexander county,
"Write down the verv beajthim; yoa can think
or av of (ten. Hancock as an officer and a senile
man aud 1 will sigu it."
Gkneiui U. S. (ilUNT
"I havcnotbinif to .ay kunin.t Gen. Hancock. I
have known him for fortv venr. Hi yersoual, of
ficial aud militarv record is jjood."
James A. Gaiikielu,
"The man who attempt to ih np a political ex
citement iu this country ou the old sectional innre.
will find himself without a puny and without sup
port." Hon. Rohikt Bell.
"Oentlcmrn: The principles of the Democratic
party an- a far above the principle of the Repub
lican party a the battlements of biiih Leaven are
bote the mudsills of hell."
Hon. Caul ft-iicnc.
"I (ball certainly not attempt to depredicate the
character of Geu. Huiicock. and the (treat ervies
which be ha rendered to the couturv. e 1 a
trentlenianof irreproachable character, which I ehail
be sorry to see any etlurt mad to discredit, A a
oldler, he ba bown niuual bravery aud skill in
handling troop under diffleult circumstance, and
lila name Is Identified wuli some or the most .pleu
tfld achievement of the war, For all this every
jood citiien will honor him."
Colonel John Hat.
"The Republican hands in this campaign that at
tempt to deille the private character of Gen Han
cock would only dellle themnelves. Ho v. a sol
dier, a patriot and a man of immilhed character, and
liia private record is unavailable,"'
Gen. Winheld Scott Hancock.
"A full vote; a free ballot; aud a fuir count."
Public office is a trust, not a liountv bestowed
upon the holder, No incompetent or die bouest per
son houlil ever be entrusted with It."
"If called to the Presidency I houM deem it my
duty lo resist with all mv power anv attempt to Im
pair or evade thu full force aud effect ol thu con
stifition, which in every article, section and umcuil.
ment, la the siijireraelttw of the land,''
"The right of trial by iurv, the baboM corpus,
the liberty of the press, the freedom of speech, the
natural rishts of nersous.and therighteol properly
must be preserved,"
HON. It. W. TOWNSEND WILL Sl'KAK AT
(Iolconda. Friday October 5.
New Ilnrnslde, Wednesday October a.
Stone Kort.Taurndiiy October 7.
Cairo, Wednesday October 13.
HON. (AMI EL MARSHALL WILL SI'KAK AT
(iolconda, Saturday October .
Metropolis, .Monday Octnberll.
Cairo, Wednesday October V
Murvtienboro.Thurndny October 11.
Jlariou, Saturday October 14.
OEN, WII.LIAN B. ASPKIHUN WILL SI'KAK AT
(iolconda, Saturday October 9.
.Metropolis, .Monday October 11.
Vienna. Friday October 1A
Cairo, Wednesday October 13.
Murpbvaboro. Thursday October 1 1.
Marlon, Saturday October lti.
HON, F. M YOfNI.ULOOl) WILL SPEAK AT
Vienna. Tuesday October 12.
Cairo. Wednesday October 11,
Anna. Thursday October It
lMitioln. Friday October 15.
PluKneyville, Saturday October lti.
HON. JOHN II. OUEI1LT WILL STKAK AT
Shawneetown, Saturday October 1'',
t.olcouda. .Monday October IS.
Metropolis. Tuesday October 19.
Jonesbm. Thursday October :il .
Sjiarta, Friday OcoberJ.
Marlon. Thuriday October ?.
.MurpbyelioM. Friday October CV
Dinuo'in, Saturday October 3).
Cairo. Mondav November 1.
llv order of c6ugre!-!ioLal Committee,
R. Fueoanza, Wn. 11. Ghees.
The ne.vsrapeMot the District are requested to
copy the above.
DEMOCRATIC PRECINCT MEETINGS.
Hon W W Burr will speak at Alto, Friday, Octo
ber 1, at 7 p m; Anna, Saturday, Oct i, at 7 p m.
Hon F E Albright will speak at Bell Mill. Mon
day, Oct 4, at 7 pm: Preston's School House,
Tuesday, Oct ti, at 7 p m; Williard's Landing,
Wednesday, Oct fi. at 7 p m; Reynold's School
House, Thursday, Oct 7, at 7 p m; Dongola, Satur
day, Oct y. at 11 a ui.
Hod Jesse Ware will speak at Mill Creek, Thurs
day, Sept 311. at 7 p m; Gregory School House,
f riuav. Oil I, ui 1 p m; iarraer .-luuui utnic,
Saturday, Oct J, at 7 p m: Meiseaheimer School
Monday, Oct 4, at 7 p m.
Hob D T Linegar will speak at Mt Pleasant,
Monday, Oct 4, at 1 p m; Saratoga, Monday, Oct
4, at 7 p m : Elmore School House, Tuesday, Oct i,
at 7 p in; lwngola, Saturday, Oct 9, at 1 p m.
Hon (ieoree W Hill. trill sneak at Lick Creek,
Friday, Oct 1, at 7 p m; Moscow, Satnrday, Oct -J,
at7p m: Mcisenheimer School House, Monday,
Oct 4, at 7 p m.
Basket picnic at Mt Pleasaut; Barbecue at Don-
vim! 1 iA!k.iM fnrT'
Hon Wra H.trtzell will speak at B!airsvlllc. S.r
nrdae, Oct J, at 1 pm; Carteravlllc, Saturday, Oci
at 7 p in ; Jetiersonville. Monday ( let 4. at 1 n m ;
.M.irion, jionaav. i ci 1, ai 7 pui; 1 uuer ,uui,
-1-.. I... , ... R .. 1 v ... V in.iimi'B a. tir.i.1 llnnui.
1UCPUAT, WLl ,1, Ml 1 y Ml uiii,v r ..",
Tuesday, Oct 5, at 7 p in; Stone Fort, Thursday,
()tl 1 , ui I 1 III,
Hon R W Townshend will speak at Stone Fort
also on the 7th.
Hon Wm J Allea will speak at Lake Creek, Wed
nesday, Oct (1. at 1 p m: Uoswell's Springs tGrassy
Preciuct) Thursday, Oct 7, at 1 p m.
C Hon F E Albright will speak at Shilob,
Wednesday, Sept -.tt, at 1 p in; Chester, Thurs
day, Sept ail, 1 p 111,
Hon W J Allen will speak at Shiloh, Wednes
day, Sept fj, at 1pm; Chester, Thursday, Sept :J0,
atl p in,
Hon Wm Hartell will will be present at all the
above meetings except Kaskaskia aud Chester.
By order of Congressional Committee.
W H Green, Chairman.
R. Friganza, Secretary.
Hon Wm K Murphy will speak at New
t'Hiumbia. Thursday, Sep 30, at 1 p m;
Benton; School House, Tuesday, Oct 5, at
l p m; lirooklvn, Tuesday Oct 5, at 7
p m ; Aikin's School House. Wednesday, Oct i, at l
p m: Oik Grove School Rouse, Wednesday, Oct i,
at 7 p m.
Hon W W Barr, will-speak at Stringtown, Tuts
dav, Oct f, at l p mt Metropolis, Tuesday, Oct .I, at
7 pm; Aikin's School House. Wednesday, Oct tj. at
lpm; Oak Grove school House, Wednesday, Oct ti,
at 7 p m.
Gen Wm B Anderson and Hon Samuel S Marshall
will speak at Metropolis, Monday, Oct 11, at 1 p m.
Hon W A Spann will speak at Eddyvllle, Sat
urday. Oct 2. atl pm.
Hon Wm K Murphv will speak at R se P.ud, Fri
day, Oct 1, at 1 p in: Eddyvllle. Saturday Oct i, at 1
p m; New Liberty, Monday, (Jet 4. 1 p m.
lions Samuel S Marshall and Wm Hart.ell will
speak at Goiconda, Saturday, Oct 9, at 1 p m.
Hons Geo W Hill and W A Spann w 11 speak at
Keltner School House, Tuesday. Sep as, 7 pm;
Tunnel Hill, Wednesday, Oct 'Jn, at 7 p m.
HonWmJ Allen will speak at lioreville. Mondav,
Oct 4. lit lpm; New llrunside, Monday, Oct1, at'7
Hon Wm Ilartzell will speak at Grange Store.
(Elvira Townsbipi. Wednesday, 0t at p rn;
New llurnside, Wednesday Oct 6. at 7 p m; Grants
burjh. Friday. Oct at lpm.
Hon F S Youngblood and S I" Wheeler w.ll
sp'.ak at Vienna. Tuesday, Oct lii, at 1 p m.
Hon J.i M Grceg will speak at White Church
M'aradi'e l'reciiut.) Monday Oct 4; Old Lmfjuniii
Iueday. Oct 5; Round I'rai'rle School House. vVce
ncsilnv.'Oct tl: GuanwU k, 1 hursdav, Oct 7; Cutler
Fridav. Oct S; lienmark, Satttrday Oct 9; liaird
School House, Saturday, Oct 9, 7 p iu.
Hon S P Wheeler will speak at Villa Ridgo,
Saturday, Oct s!, at 7 p 111 ; Mouinl City. Monday,
Oct 4 at 7 p m ; New Grand Chain, Frlduy, Oct 1 j.
l):mi p in ; Wetang. Saturday, Oct Hi, 7 p in,
Hon W A Suaiiu will sneak at Mound City Tues
day. Oct 5, at 1 p m; Pulaski, Wednesday, Oct b.
at 7 p 111 ; L'llen, Thursday, Oct 7, 7 p m.
Hon M C Crawford will speak at Olmstcad. Sat
urday, Oct 9. at lpm; New Grand Chain, Satur
Thu state of Illinois has an insane asy
lum down at Anna, in Union County. A
coal house and barn were built on the
premises the former at a cost of $1,000
and the latter at a cost of $3,457.92. Troy
Sen atop. Conku.no in his Cincinnati
speech did not condescend to mention Gen.
Garfield's name, and a great many repub
licans iu that city were highly incensed on
account of it. Evidently Garfield isn't
Mr. Conkling's candidate.
Nkw York Sun : "A correspondent dc
Bircs to know how the figures 329 now as
current all over the country as sozodont or
gargling oil first became a popular sy
nonymy fur the name ofGarfield.lt was not
as Dick Dendeye would say "the cat ;' it
was the Tribune that did it 1 February 19,
1878, the Tribune eJUurially remarked
"Jnuu'B A. GarfifUl, "f Ohio, lia'l ten Bliarcs
never paid a dollar, received $320, which
after the investigation began he wu9 alx
ious to have considered as u loan from Mr
Amej to himself," None of the other Re
publican papers which denounced Garfield
referred explicit)' to the sum or tho figures
Rut the figures 339, printed conspicuously
in the Tribune, attracted general attention
and, of course, when his unexpected nomi
nation made General Garfield once more a
conspicuous character, everybody remem
bered that he was the branded 329 of the
If all reports from Kansas bo true, the
letter ol Gen. Hancock's on southern claims
has started a boim in that state, so long
cursed by corrupt Republican politicians.
The stalwarts are alarmed there and every
indication is that Hancock's letter will
secure him thousands of Republican votes.
The effect of this letter, and tho dissatis
action prevailing among the colored voters
because they were refused a place on the
state ticket, makes it look a little as it
Kansas might be placed in the "doubtful"
column. Ex-U. is. Senator Ross, the Dem
ocratic candidate for governor, and Colonel
Thomas Moonlight, not long ago an ardent
Republican, and collector of internal re
venue, but a Democratic elector are making
a vigorous canvass of the state. Their
meetings are attended by thousands, where
a few years ago it was useless to talk about
a Democratic meeting. These are hopeful
We call the attention of our Irii-h fellow
citizens to the subjoined extract from a
speech delivered in Boston by lion, Patrick
A. Collins, a leading Irishman of that city,
as reported in the Boston Pilot, of the 2d
inst. How any true Irishman, with a
knowledge of the facts cited by Mr. Col
lins, can vote for Garfield is beyond our
But for one radical senator and one post
master we arc to bow down and worship
uhc magnanimous republican party?
f it the argument were not unwortny we
Wight make a reply startling in the lull
ness of its comparisons. Before California
was ridden by the ring that sent Connes to
do its work, its democracy sent Brodtrick
and Casserly to the United States senate.
Its governor and its judges had many Cel
tic names. The democracy of three states
sent Gen. James Shields to the United
senate, New York has sent Kernnn, anl
Maryland Gorman to that augi:st body.
Thomas Addis Emmet was made attorney
general of the Empire state within the
term which the federalists prescribed as
the period of probation before his admis
sion to the bar. Let me not weary you with
a vast catalogue. The democracy of the
union chose for president the son of poor
Irish emigrants, Andrew Jackson. I do
not give this as a reason why a man of Irish
blood should vote the democratic ticket,
but merely as an answer to the poor reason
advanced why they should vote the other
But a-;ain it is argued that the republican
party and its candidates are entitled to our
support because of their great generosity
aud liberality toward adopted citizens,
apart from the gift of office. Examples are
wanting, and the comparison is against
In the year ISoO the so-called American
or "Know-Nothing," party was in full vig
or in tins country, and threatened complete
control of our politics. The republican
party was forming, and the democratic
party was half a century old and in danger.
What was its attitude ? True to its history,
which records thu repeal of the alien and
sedition laws, a generous welcome and safe
asylum to all the oppressed of foreign
lauds, the equality at home and protection
abroad of all American citizens; instead of
bowing to the storm, or coquetting with the
new power in American politics, the demo
cratic party in national convention as
sembled made this bold and chivalrous dec
"Resolved, That the foundation of this
union of states having been laid in, and
its prosperity, expansion, and peruniuent
example in free government built en
tire from matters of religious
concernment, and no respect in regard to
rank or place of birth, no party can justly
be deemed National, constitutional, or in
accordance with American principles, which
bases its exclusive organization upon reli
gious opinions and uccidi.-nt.il birthplace.
And hence a political crusade in the nine
teenth century, and in the United States of
America, against Catholic and Foreign
born, is neither justified by the past history
or the future prospects of the country, nor
in unison with the spirit of toleration end
enlarged freedom which peculiarly distin
guishes the American system of popular
government." The first "Republican Na
tional convention met that same month of
June, but its platform was silent on this
burning question, and its silence continued
till the storm had passed away. Tho Re
publican party failed that year, and the
Knowing-Nothing party went to pieces
soon after; but the elements of both uniting,
made the Republican party ot 1800. But
now especially we are invited to vote for
the candidate of that party as our special
friend. Let us examine his record, and see
where he stood when any expression of
American sympathy was asked for Irish ef
fort on Irish soil. On the 8th of March,
lsi7, Mr. Wood asked consent in the House
of Representatives to offer this resolution:
Resolved, That this house extend its sym
pathy to the people of Ireland in their
pending ttrugtrle for constitutional liberty.
If the despotic governments of Europe
shall be allowed to establish monarchical in
stitutions in America, so should the United
States foster and promote the extension of
republican institutions in Europe.
James A. Oartl Id objected, and voted
against this resolution. Perhaps the cov
eted honor of membership in an English
club was in hi? mind.
On tho 10th of April, 1871, Mr. IunselU
moved the Btmpensirm ("tho rule? on the
passage of this resolutk u :
Whereas, a conference is now being
held between Joint high commission
erf representing tho government of
the United States and that of Great Britain;
Whereas, it is expected and desired
that the several questions which keep up
unkind feeling between the people of the
respective countries shall be settled through
the labors of such j' iut high commission;
W11EHF.A8. The prolonged incarceration
in the prisons of the Dominion of Canada
of persons accused of violatiug tho neutrali
ty laws is a source of irritation to u large
number of American citizens; therefore
Resolved, That the president of the
United States be respectfully requested to
have the case of such persons presented be
fore such joint high commission, to the end
that their release may be affected.
Mr. Garfield objected to the introduction,
and voted against the passage ot this resolu
tion. In the flist session of the Forty-third
congress, the civil appropriation bill con
tained a grant of $23,000 to tho institu
tion knows as the "Little Sisters of the
Poor," the same sum to the "Women's
Christian Association" of Washington,
and like sums to other institutes. Mr.
Garfield spoke and voted against the ap
propriation for the "Little Sisters of the
Poor,'' on the ground that it was managed
by Catholics, but did vote fur the amounts
allowed to the other establishments. Not
withstanding his objections, all the appro
priations wire made.
I have cited these lacts, which are but
samples of others affecting both the party
aud its candidates, not for my purpose as
conclusive reasons why Americans of Irish
birth or professors ot the Catholic cr.-ed
should vote the Democratic ticket, but
merely as an answer to the argument that
on the ground of the libera' ity ot the party
and its candidates, such citizens should
vote the other way.
Upon higher, broader and more patriotic
grounds, we are democrats. We believe
the destinies ef the whole country and the
whole American people are safest in de
mocratic hands; that native and foreign
born citizens alike will have more just laws,
a wiser and purer administration, :t larger
prosperity, a wide; liberty at home and
more complete protection abroad under
democratic rule: and that, withal, we shall
have less cant, pretence and hypocrisy.
Mr. George E. O'JIara, the live druggist
of the town, is always up to the times and
ready to meet the demands ot his many
customers. He has just received a supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing the world bv its marvelous cures. Dr.
Kintr's New Discover- for consumption,
coughs, cold, asthma, bronchitis buy
tever, phthisic, croup, whooping cough, tick
ling in tlie throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection of the throit and lungs.
This remedy positively Hires, as thousands
can testify. If you do not l-lieve it call
at his drug store and get a trial bottle free
of cost or a regular size bottle te-r one dol
lar. As you value your life, give.it a trial
and be convinced, as thousands already
have been (4)
Mas. E. II. l'KRKiNs, Creek Centre, War
ren Co., N. Y. writes: She has been
troubled with Asthma for four years had to
sit up night alter night with it. shu has
taken two bottles of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
oil, and is perfectly cured. She strongly
recommends it. and wishes to act as agent
among he: neighbors.
Paci. ;. Sriu ir, druggist.
AN EDUCATIONAL ENDORSEMENT.
The Rev. C. A. Ilarvi-y, I). I)., of the
Howard University, of Wa.hii;gtn. has
addressed the following letter to Messrs.
11. II. Warner & Co.. of R.hester. N. Y.:
Gentlemen: I take pleasure in stating
that I have for two years past been ac
quainted with the remedy known as War
ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and
with its remarkable curative efficiency in
obstinate and so-called inrutabie cases of
Bright's Disease in this city. In some of
these cases, w hich seemed t be in the last
stages, and which had been given up by
practiciontrs of both school.-, the speedy
change wrought by this remedy seemed
but little 1 ss than miraculous. I am con
vin'ed that for Blight's Disease, in all its
stages, no remedy heretofore discovered can
be held for one moment in comparison
with this. Respectfully
C. A. II.UtVEY.
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Price 23 cents a box, five boxes $1. Oint
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Sold by all leading druggists. (2)
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Price 30 cents, and trial bottles 10 cents.
As CALOKic, electricity and phosphor
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SET BACK FORTY-TWO YEARS.
"I wua troubled for many years with
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became, thin: I was dull and inactive;
could hardly crawl about: was nn old worn
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To regulato the stomach, liver and bowels
and promote digestion, take nno of Car
ter's Little Liver Pills every night.
43 Yearn Before the Public.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
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ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
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pepsia, and Sick flcad.iche, or diseases of
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Each wrapper bears the signatures of
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P& Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
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the market being full of imitations of the
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iiii-ii, mid voiini! Im'.vh and i-ir! inxKe t-rt-Ht pay Nn
nr.,, vil.., i ui'litii. tit u.trb ftitlrf fi. minLi. Ini.ri'
iiiniiey rvi-ry day than ran t.e r.ade In a vu-i k M ui m
other enii!i'iyilieiit . Hniff l.i enuj."' at nine
win nun i fimri rnvi to i-.rune. Aaiire-c 11
II AI.LKTT A e O , Tertlani!, Maim-.
Agfiils jl.IFK AND AIjVENTCL Ks nK
w.tnt.,i j1 JA3IES
Tin- Niitnl Western Oufliius. JSy II. m. J. A.
Iiaetin. I'll I). A true and tlirilliiiir arcuuM Milan
tni'ed i of iln-ir 1 old ! rntlou f.ir It yr.ir in 'JO
different -tut''" an 1 territnrlen, lffliiiK' detected
and niiirluN nf the law. Het -! I U-k tc ok of the
year neniii..id in three months U rent fur
outfit; for 'imni eopv. Llti-ril ternit t'i
H.-enoe N H THOMPSON i CO.; l'utillrherp, '..D
Pine St.. "t. Loui. Mo.
A W'o.sM.iiriT IiifieovriiY ron thi Ladieu A
importer fir weakly ladit-p, tbat I ao perfi ct
preventative to the criDeueticeii of marme'e.
Vriee ); ran he obtained hy addffidnK post office
Box 41, Alcona Kosnouthlo., Inwa,
' r. 7 4 n lb anu vi" i;ri
t i I I aitente. Outfit free Addre
' ' o. VICKKKY. Autnu-u.
C T r? ? A YEA It and
Newspaper AJvi rtMng Bureau lo Spriin-st.N'.Y
Outfit liinil-hcd Ire... with full In-
"triirilonn for rourluctini; the m-n-l
pMfltahle huiiiHi. thai any one ran
i-UkMh.'e Iu. The ltwiLe- In o ea-y
lo learu, aiid our Instruction' are to
Imple and plain, that any one ran
rcake crest profit from tli- ntart. No one t an fil
who I willing to work. Women are a -iccei'fjI
a nu n. llnv and uirl can earn lark'e mint.
Mary have made nt trie liU!ir,. o, r oiin hondr-d
dollar ir a -inle' week. Nothing like ii e-r
known before. All w ho t-n':ai.-e are nir.-nd at the
ea-e and ripidlty wilh which llieyare able to make
money You can enk-HL-e In ih hiiliie ilurini;
your -pare tiiin-at k'reat profit. Youdo not have to
invent capital In It. We lake ali the ri-k Thou
who need remlv mom v. hould wtire in u at once.
All fiirul-hd free. Aiidrei. TKt'K i CO, Aa
XKW YORK STOKE,
TVIIuEDiALE AND ULTAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
in Tin-: (.Trv.
GOODS SOLD VKKV CLOSE
C. O. I 'AT I Ki cV: CXJ).,
Cor. Nineteenth Hreot 1
Boots and Shoes
7rcm Running over,
Wearing off on the Siie
andRipping In the
Tor nale by
C. K O C II,
Manufacturer and dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES
4 I.WAYS eiirrlen the lurireot and bent delected
CV ntock ol Ciintoni Miide llootn und Slioea for
OcMhhikI Ladle wear of all the latent Mylen, alno
wnvn on hand a linn of KaMi-rn miido good.
Hul'lii rn. I.entherand HndliiK. Invlleill to rail
und examine tfooda and price before purchasing.
.Vaiiulucturer and dealer id Cuntom-made
N. B All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
douo on abort notice.
ITStvlili Cf Between Commercial and
lilglllll Ol.) Washington Are.
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mcaii Cured, Not Merely Kelieveu
And Can Trove What we Claim.
f yThere uru no fuilnre and no dlnappulnt
nieiiln. If you arw troubled with SICK HEAD
Ae llE )ou can he eaniiy and quickly cured, an
hundred have been already. Wu .hall be pleaded
to mall li nheel of tentliuoiiial ft any Int-rented-
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Aino cure nil forini ol Itlliounnent, prevent ( onuti
patlon and I"pepia, promote IHifenilnn, relieve
dintrenf from too hearty eailna. correct liordem
of the Stomach, Snmulatu the Liver, and Iteculale
he lluwi in They do all thin by lakinir Junt one
little pill at a dote. They are purely vegetable, do
not i:ri"' or pur-e, and are:m nearly perfect an
It In po; -Ihle lor a pill to be I'rite 'S) c-i tn, ,1 fur
1. Sold bv drr,L-..n everywher- or 'lit by ml!
l AllTEU MfcUKlNK t o . K1UE. I'A
GKAY SPKi'lKIC MKDU'INE
TRADE MK,The.ieatEn;-lilim.vliE MAUK
Keninlv. an nn-tuiliii'-
W "?IfVSeli'll.al Weaklienn
?3 . Z K s in r III t rirrhocn
Impeteiicy, and all
dineanen that fol
low u a rine
i;iieuce of n;i
T r m u- alinne: a Ion ofAr-j
Before Takmgm,.,lllirv, tmivemui "A
lurnitude, pull' 'U the luck, dilirjf. iraVi
be- Ol V1MO!,, premature Oil m'e. mmu
aud many other din e O at leud to inniiil!)- or
i'onn:miition und a ( n lnature yrsve
K'lll partiruiurn iu o'ir lam h!it, which we lie
nlre to ni nd lr e by tnuil to every one Thep-t:M'-im
dl( iue in old v all dru-Uin at fl per
package, nix for .'. or will bu nent Ireehy mall or.
re . -Ipt of the uiotiEy by addn fnlni: I HE .JfAY
MEDIl INE CO:. No ? M-ihamc biota. Detroit
Mlili. boldtntairo by hare, ay I3ro , 1'aui (J
Si huh and Geo K OTIara.
To Nervons SnlTerer-Tlie (.rest tnropcun netu-
eilv- lir, .1. H. SllUI'nou'uSlx-eillc Mellieinc.
I)r. .J H. Slmi oii Speeltlc Medicine t a poi
tlve cure for Spermatorrhea, Impoteney, W l akn-n
and all dmeam n ri nuitlr.g from self Ah'u.e. a Ner
voti Debllitv. Irritability. Mental Anilely. Lancuor.
I.a.nltude, lieprennon of spirit and functional de
ranitem' tit of the Nervon Synteui ifeneralir i'am
iu Hack Side. Lonn of Meinnrv. I'rninature Oh;
A.-e and einra.ee
that lead to ( on
and an early
urave, or boih.
No rnattir how
batter, d the
nvntem may be
from eifenne of
any kind, a nhort
rourne of thin iiieiin ine w i.l reniore tlie iet luuc-
tionn and pro ure health and happlDen. where tic
fore wan cfenpufcdency and Klioin The Specific
Medicine I. belts nud wlia wonderful ';e
I'arnphli n it fr e to all. M'nte for ttcra and
pet fuil particular..
I'rii e. ;, cific '. '('per pfeka-.-e, or elx pack
aj. ii for $" "' Will be netit by nail on receipt of
liiolier Addr-nn a'l order.
.1 II . sIMTsoN S MEDIC1NK CO..
No, l'-i nudl". Main St.. liuifalo, N. Y.
C KNTSTO JAN. 1.
The Chic a eo
will In" ent, postpaid,
from '! to Jan. In
text, for lOcnnn. THH
trial tubvription will
enaiile renlerj to
coma ap'iuainted with
thm chejit metro
rolitan weekly In tha
l',S. InJi-eniiilnnt lit
Nilile, all I he new,
cor ff r-t murk! report.
IX com i. ..-, i !(,rli-
In erery l.tie. A favr
m family pi-er. Sen it
1 O renla it.,r; at
noer ' '1 gtt It nntll
Jan. 1, 1-tl. Klevcn
tral autinrrlptiur, for
fl IU KnKu.ar price II
7. a yur. Alitr
Vlrioe K lawmon,
1 ll M t-Iter Weehlr
.Ntil -.t IiIcuko, HI'
i .1 "V-r! f fvM ttL,m--.r.'. VI fr,p of S.Hk
fr i,u: .-a -to, ! i" . .-' .'! . Haw, If
;.--;. fm.-i. .n'lu, H.n'i ' ',-,'Wtl! f t Coaiur eif
h. - i i ..' iaan !m ii K4 In..
VtCvti't Ooii. f- ' ii oli. n4 Pulaaat Df-Ml,,
ffc-wei. b"ik vl . l r In I J in.
I.Vo i. e. - ... A-ut- ii.i niaid Hn.,Clilcat, 0k
(Formerly Dr. Craig'i Kidney Cure.)
A Vftfetiible preparation and tho onlv nnre rcmndT
In thu world for HltlelllT H DISBASfe. Dl AHETE3
and AM, KIDNEY, UVEKaud I'HINAKY i18
EASEM. IVTemlinniilali of the blt-lieet order In proof of
I-For the cure of DIABETES, coll forWAK
NEK'S SAKE OIAHETES CI'ItE.
teyKor the cure or ItHKiUT'S and the other die
eanen, call for WAHNKK'8 SAFE KIDNEY aud
Reined ies. nre sold
liy Drutr?ists ami
Dealers in Medicine
II. U. WARN EH & CO.,
rtotiiEHTEii, Kew Yowt,
tScnd for rauipblet
A WEEK in yotir own town, and no
capita) rlnked. You can fti'o tha
nuninen a trial witnoiii eiienne.
The hunt nnnortunlt vr offered tat
thoie wllllnn to work. . o ihould
trv nn.'iinir Un till vou nee for i oar-
I ilf whitt yon ran do nt tho Wulnci we oiler . No
irtom to explain bare. You can devoie Ail yotir
time or only your Dpare time to the bruini... nr.,
mhke great iay fur every hour that you work
Women make a much ai men. Send tor npoclal
private termt nd particular!, wtrlcD we mall tree,
J5 outfit free.'Don'tconiplBln of hard It men i wjillj
you have eucha chanca.Addreti U. UALLETT
CO. .I'ortlaud, Maine.
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