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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 12, 1890.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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TYISHELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM II. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS.
For Secretary of State.
JOHN II. OBEI'.LY,
of Alexander County,
LOUIS C. STAKKEL,
of St. Clair County.
' of Winnebago County.
For Congress, lMh district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the 50th district,
of Jackson county.
1). T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
U. R. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union county.
'TBI right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Klcbti or Persons and the Right or
Property most be preserved. -Extract from Gen.
Hancock's letter upon taking charge or the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self as a candidate at the ensuing November
election, (or the office of Conuty Attornty for the
county of Alexander. Illinois. ANGUS LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK. -We. are authorized to an
nounce that ALEX. II. 1HVI.N will be acaudl
date at the ensuing November election for the
office of circuit clerk In Alexander county.
Ii'OK SHERIFF We tire authorised to annonncu
UutMr. JOHN HODGES will he a camlldnto
for re-election to the office of Sheriff, of Alexandre
county, at the next November election, subject
only to the vote of t tie people at the polls.
FOIU'OHONKU-Wearo authorized to announce
that Richard Ftt.uerald is a candidate for re
election the office or Alexander county.
UlNBIlAL W. T. SHKIUANi
'Write dowu the very best tlilnqs you can think
say of Gen. Hancock as an officer aud a eeiitie-
i and I will aiu it."
Gxneiial U. H. Gkant.
"1 bavenothinu tn say against On. Hancock. I
have known him for forty years. Hi iiermiual.of.
ftcial and military record is uovd,"
Jamie A. GAhriKi.D,
Tho man who attempts to pet up a political ex
citement in this rotiutrv on (be old sectional issfes
witt And himself without a party uud without iuu
Hon, Roiixht Hill.
'(lentleinrn! The principles of the Tlemocratic
?erty aras farabova the principle of the Kenuli.
Iran party a the battlements of high heaven are
hove the mudsills or hell."
Hon. Caul Hcmcm.
"lthall certainly not attempt to depreditats tin
W5;'ofO''U. Hancock, and the great services
which be haa rendered to the coumrv. He Is t
Kutleinan of irreproachable character, which 1 shall
sorry to ( any effort made to discredit. As a
oldler, be has shown signal bravery and skill In
handling troeps under difficult circumstance, and
his name is Identified with some of Ilia tnosi s plen
4ld chievetuents of the war, For all this every
good ciuaeu will honor him,"
COLONEL JOIIS TliT.
"The Republican hands In this campaign that at
tempt to di-lllo the private character of Gen Han
rock would onlv detlle tlx mn Ives. He was a sol
rller, a patriot aiid a man of unmilicd character, and
uil private rocoruiauuusfaiiaiuu.
Gen. WtxriELD Scott Hancock.
"A full vote: a free ballot: nud a fair count."
"Public otllco is a trust, not a bounty bestowvd
upon ttic Holder, jvo incompetent or iiisnoncst per
son should ever be entrusted with it."
"If railed to tliH Presidency I should deem It my
duty to resist witn all mv power liny attempt to im
tuiir or evade tho full force and effect ot the con
mit'ition, which in every article, section and uraend.
mem, is the supreme law of the land."
"The rinlit of trial by iurv, the. habeas corpiiF,
tho liberty of the press, the freedom of speech, the
natural rirht of persons, and the rights ol property
must ne preservea.
HON. 11. W. T0WNSEN11WILL SPEAK AT
Golconda, Friday October 5.
New Hurnelde. Wednesday October (J.
Stone Fort. Thursday October T.
Cairo, Wednesday October 13.
HON. SAMl'EL 8 MAM HALL WILL STEAK AT
Golconda, Sntuiday October!).
Sletropolis, Monday Octberll,
Cairo, Weonesday October li.
Muryu'sboro, Thursday October 14.
Marion, Sattirduy October Hi.
(EN, WILLIAM U. ANHEKsoN WILL SPEAK AT
Golconda, Saturday October !).
Metropoils, .Moliduv October 11.
Viemiu, Friday October li
Cairo. Wednesday Gctober 13.
.Mtirpuyhoro, Thnrsilny October I I.
Manou, Saturday Oc'.obwr 10 .
HON. T. M. V0lM.UI.OOD WILL f PEAK AV
Vienna. T:ie(lny October 12.
Cuiro, Wednesday October M,
Anna. Thursday October It.
liitijuoln. Friday October 15.
1'luKnoyville, Saturday October Id.
HON, JOHN II. OI'.EIlI.TW!I.L SPEAK AT
Sliawneotown, Saturday October M,
Golconda. Monday October IS.
Metropolis. Tuesday October l'l.
Jones kro, Thursday October Jl.
Sparta, Friday October .'i.
Marion. Thursday October SS.
Murphysboro, Friday octoserC'.i.
Dmjuo'in, Saturday October 30.
Cairo. Monday November 1.
15 v order of CoiiL-rcssioLiil Committee.
11. FltEOANZA, WM. 11 Gl'.EEV.
The newspaper of the District are requested to
copy tho aboe.
Tue man who had been president for
two term?, and traveled all round the world
to secure the nomination for a third term,
probably never had a "presidential bee in
The Boston Pilot says: "German Repub
licans and Irish Republicans, if any there
be, will enjoy the remarks of the New York
Times about the ."ignorant and supertitious
immigrant"' who is "cot the negro's peer"
in education or virtue.
The Chicago Times says: "At Indianap
olis Gen. Weaver gives unmistakable evi
dence of the lact, if he has any money in
his pocket, that it doesn't como from the
democratic side of the house. His attacks
were wholly in that direction. The im
pression is one, which the conduct of Gen.
Weaven deepens, that he is a mere stalking
horse for Garfield."
rEiiiurs the most remarkable execution
that this country will ever know, will take
place in Atlanta, Ga., during the present
month. The person to be hanged is a mere
child, a colored boy eleven years of age,
and the crime for which he is under sen
tence is the btutal murder of a three-year
old infant, whom lie had been set to mind.
Notwithstanding his extreme youth, the
deed was so fiendish in conception and so
utterly unprovoked, that the jury could not
find a 6ingle extenuating circumstance in
Gen. Siiekman says: "Sit down and
write all the good things you can say in
favor of Hancock and I will cheerfully
Biyn it." Gen. GraDt disparages Hancock's
honesty, his military ability, charges him
with official corruption, and finally that hn
controlling overruling characteristic for
many years ha6 been a crazy ambition to be
president. If this man Grant cati only be in
duced to talk, the people will soon find out
his true character. Give the silent man a
little more rope.
Gen. Hancock has the presidential bee
in his bonnet. He is vain and ambitious.
Grant to Rev. Dr. Fowler.
I would have accented tho nomination at
Chicago. I believe I could have broken
up Die solid south. 1 believe I could have
influenced the enactment of certain laws
totiehinsr our commerce that would li-ivn
given us record of mutual valuable com
. merce. in.
There is no buzzing of the prrsidential
bee in that! No indications of vanity and
ambition 1 0, no! Not a bit of it. It is
plain republican modesty.
Ax hundred years ago, when there wrc
scarcely thousands of people where there
are now millions, wise and patriotic men
foresaw tho evils likely to come to the
country from sectionalism. In his farewell
adurcss President Washington wrote :
"In contemplating tho causes which may
distub our Union, it occurs as a matter of
nerious concern that any grounds should
have been furnished fur characterizing
parties by geographical discriminations
northern and southern, Atlantic and west
ern; whence designing men may endeavor
to excite a belief that there is a real differ
oueo of locul interests and views. One of the
expedients of party to acquire influence
within particular districts, is to misrepre
sent the opinions and aims of other dis
tricts. You can not shield yourselt too
tuuch ngainst the jealousies and heartburn
ings which hpritig from these misrepresen
tations; they tend to render alien to each
oilier those who ought to be bound to
gether by fraternal affection."
TIhbo words convey u stinging rebuke to
the leaders of the republican party, who
direct all their efforts to stirring up strife
between the north nud tlio south. Let
every one who reads these patriotic seuti
ments cut them out or coiniait them to
memory, and contrast them with the
screeching of tho next republican speaker
to whom they listen.
Tue Rev. Joseph Wassail has been pro
nounced by his ecclesiastical superiors to
be unfit for the pastorate of tho Congrega
tional church of Nora, 111,, because he
docs not believe in eternal punishment of
the wicked. The Rev. Mr. Wassail holds
that punishment for sins is net endless, but
that all the wicked will be restore i after
they have undergone a certain amount of
punishment. He also holds that certain
portions of the scriptures cannot be recon
ciled with other portions. As an instance,
Mr. Wassail holds that the 10'Jtli psalm is
incompatible with the sermon on the
Mount. A majority of his Congregation be
lieves in Mr. Wassail find his liberal inter
pretation of the scriptures. The minority
claim possession of the church edifice, and
their right to it will be passed upon by the
courts. In the meantime the inhabitants
of Nora are all tore up over the action ot
the Congregational council.
Stokies with morals sometimes come in
aptly enough in political discussions. "That
reminds me of a story," was the usual pro-
lace to Mr. Lincoln's pointed and pertinent
illustrations of passing events. And speak
ing of Garfield's salary grab business and
how he "covered" it back iat.i the treasury,
the following old anecdote is not inappro
priate: "On a certain occasion an old gentltman
was inviteU to a lashionaUe dinner, and on
the table a large pyramid of fruit had been
placed, near the top of which there had
been inserted a few red peppers by way of
ornament. Our friend, not recognizing
the pepper, and thinking it was
a rare species of friut, helped
himself to one of the little pods, and, with
out examining it closely, began to chew it.
The first bite revealed its nature, but know
ins it would not be exactly in accordance
with the strict rule of pohteness to make
any noise about it, he heroically kept it in
his mouth determined to take advantage of
the first opportunity to dispose of it. In
the meantime the heat Irom the cayenne
became intolerable. Tears coursed down
the old gentleman's cheeks, and his agony
was intense. At length, unable to stand it
longer, he took the offending pod between
his fingers, and with a voice trembling with
emotion, said: "Ladies and gentlemen,
with your permission, I'll put that d d
iittle red thing back."
Mr. Lincoln's stories in their most piqu
ant pointedncss never applied to his sub
jects more aptly than his ancedota does to
Garfield's salary "grab"' and restitution.
He held on to the "grab" to the last mo
ment, and refused to give it up until scorch
ed by the hot indignation of his constitu
ents. It was only then with trembling
voice, that lie asked forgiveness of those
whom he had aided to pilfer, and agreed to
"put the d d little red thing back."
The Physical Paradox. It has ken
said that "the blood is the source ot life."
It is as truly the source of disease and
death. No lite, that is to sat, no healthy
tissue can lie generated from impure blood,
no organ of the body can normally perform
its functions when supplied with impure
blood. The fluid that should carry lite and
health to every part, carries only weakness
and disease. Blood is the source of life,
only when it is pure. If it has become dis
eased, it must be cleansed by proper medi
cation, else every pulsation ot the human
heart sends a wave of disease through the
system. To cleanse the blood of ul impuri
ties Use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery and Pleasant Purgative Pellets, the
most effectual alterative." tonic, and cathart
ic remedies yet discov.-!,!. They are spe
cially efficient in scrofulous diseases.
TnE Voltaic Belt Co., Maksitall
Mien. Wiil send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the p.:i;icttd upon 30 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
Mrs. Winslow's Soothinu Syiut Rev.
Sylvanus Cobb thus writes in the Boston
Christian Freeman: We would by no
means recommend any kind of medicine
which we did nut know to be good par
ticularly tor infants. But of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup we speak from
knowledge: in our own family, it has prov
ed a bleasing indeed, by giving an infant
troubled with colic pains, quiet sleep, and
the parents unbroken rest at night. Most
parents can appreciate these blessings.
Here is an article which works to perlectiorj,
and which is harmless -.for the sleep whic h it
affords the infant is perfectly natural, und
the little cherub awakes as "bright as a
button.-' Anil during the process of teeth
ing, its value is incalculable We have
frequently heard mothers say that thev
would not be without it from the birth o'f
the child till it had finished with tho teeth
ing siege, on any consideration whatever.
Sold by all druggists. Twenty-live cents a
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
For the speedy cure of consumption and
all diseases that lead to it, suclt as stubborn
coughs, neglected colds, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, pain in the side and chest,
dry hacking cough, tickling in the throat,
hoarseness, sore throat, ami all chronic or
lingering diseases of the throut and lungs,
Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal
and has established for itself a world-wide
reputation. Muny leading physicians
recommend and use it in their practice.
The formula from which it is prepared is
highly recommended by all medical jour
nals. Thfl clergy ami the press have com
plimented it in the most glowing terms.
Go to your druggist and get a trial bottle
free of cost, or a regular size for f 1. For
sale by Geo. E. O'Hara, Druggist, Cairo,
Ipvou are tired taking the large old
fashioned griping pills try Carter's Little
Liver Pills and take some comfort. A man
can't stand everything.
SET BACK FORTY-TWO YEARS.
"I was troubled for many years with
Kidney Complaint. Gravel, etc.; my blood
became thin; I was dull and inactive;
could hardly crawl about; was an old worn
out man nil over; could get nothing to help
me, until I got Hop Bitters, and now I am
a boy again. My blood and kidneys are
all right, and I am us active as a man of
30, although I am 75, and I have no doubt
it will do as well for others o! my ago. It
is worth a trial.) Father.) Sunday Mercury.
Itciii.no I 'ii.es is one ol the most an
noying diseases in the world, ami yet
all can fiud sure relief by the use of Dr.
Swayne's Ointment. It lias been tested
in thousands of instances and invaria
bly makes u 6iire 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 tins
distressing complaint, tetter, itch, scald
head, ringworm, barber's itch, any
crusty, scaly skm eruptions, use Dr.
Swayne's Ointment and be cured. Sold
by nil prominent druggists. (1)
KEI'Or.T OF THE CONMTIOX
CITY NATIONAL 1 JAXK
at Cairo, ill the N;iie cl l:lii.o. :.t the i !oe f
October 1st l!;b'0.
Loins niul il.'crtii.:-
U.S. iKindi1 to Mv;rc droia-
V. S. Iintiii- itn t.:it!,l
Oilier Hoiks, bond- nul uion-
r . . . , .
uuv ire-in j'T,nv'i iimt'.v
lU'ciit- . . !.'. ft 1
Due from oth.-r nntiot.ji bi., .-. . o t..'
l'.:e frum Mine I
biu.ki r- .. .'itl ,'4.-AV.i-.n t
Itetu e-t:i'e, f'.i ri-i T r- ;im! :.x-tur-
Current eXHU-es aiid tali-
Ch.tkfi and otr.er cali !t-n.. J -t
Itilln of ether i!:il;l;- !sl i
Fractiubcl ynyi r eurrci-cy,
lib kei- nad pf uiic- '. 4i'0 Hi
H'.wii' t.o.d, J I J.l-IT ; Silvtr.
$3.t7 .0 lii.l-U TO
Le.'ul Tender note isjuije Ji.lN ST
Hrdenijdina fu ml with V. .
Tren-:.rcr. (ijiiTctU. of cir
culation ... 4.70 Hi
Capital fti.ck paid :n .
$ M'.i.in m
stiro!u l",i!i'i '".ri hi
I'tidivid-d 1'roH'f . Tii.V'j -J- 101. -.".i v.'
National bhuk ootef OM'tui.d-
iiiff 1i.iJ H'
Individual dejiohs subject to
Iietiiaua certificate of depi.-it, l:!.T'..''-J4
iJ'.ie to other catiotal bc.uk-. i.n.i M
D'.ie to State lazik nud
barkers SI. !1-SM..'21 5!
State of I'ilinoi county of Alexander, m
l.Thoe. V. llalliday. t'.ib;cr of th above named
bank, do '.' nitdv ewear th.it the above poitenictil
i true to the heft of rr.y knowledge and belief.
7ii". W. 1I.mj.ihay, Ca-hicr.
Snb-crihed and pworn to b;,rvn.e thlp 5th d.iv
Of October. p l. M.J. HnWl.EY.
It II fNMN'.HAI. I
I. Wii.t.t.Ms.s. .D'rector.
11. L. 11a: lihay I
The Weekly Bulletin.
rnT:r-i" 1 1 i nn
PUBLISHED OX MOXDAY
S 2.00 Per Annum
The Weekly Bulletin.
45 Ycai's Before the Public,
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all the
ills that lies!) is heir to," but in nffectionj of
the Liver, and in nil bilious Complaints, rys.
pepsin, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can he used prcpara
torv to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are uneijualed.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box lias a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANK'S LIVKtt 1'II.L.
Fach wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLanb and I'leminc IIros,
Stjjf Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER 1'ILLS, prepared by
FLEMING DUOS., Pi(tburgh, Ta.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
CAIKO CITY FKKIIV CO.
THREE .kB-J STATES.
tin aLd after Monday, ,':n..- Vtb. jtiid in. til turttur
notice the ferrj bout will trike irij.u af fullowe:
UAVIt Lf A '!'.! .T.k .1
Foot I'otirth ft. Mieot.ri I..ii,d'i'. Kcntuck) Ld'.
: :iO a. m.
11 :ii a. m.
J -ii p. in.
:"0 ji. tn.
J p. n.
:V. a in.
"o a. m
11 ru a. n..
'J :'m p. ni.
Vki . in.
i:30 t. in
in a. in.
8 p in.
S;.v i. m.
3 ii. m
Boots and Shoes
Wearicg off on the Side
nd Ripping In the
For fall- ty
C. KOC H,
MaLiifar.uri'r and dcaltr In
BOOTS AND SHOES
I.'iVAY ar:ir the lar." ft atd ! -t !. tti d
ftoik if Cuftori'Madr limit aiid SIio.-b fi.r
1.1'i.ti" ai:ii Lailir? wrarol all it.o iat't e'ylc. al'O
alaK ,'ii l.ati'l a l'.i.c ,.f Ka-t'-rn mail- I'mj.!..
Hilton r: L-ithra'ud I. I in . li.!tu!i to nil
ami i.vuiiiiLr p iudf ai.il riii-f tudonr .u rc t. ai ui; .
MaLuitrtunr ar.d dciicr m Cu't un-mailc
N. II All woik warrautvd, ui.d Ktpulrilnj Ltatly
dotiu od fiioit nolle .(.
Viirlifli IiitwiM'ii f ommi r lal ai.d
rlIIUl OlM VaM.li!iton Ave.
STOYLS AND TINWAHE.
ALL SOKTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Mfiiinf.ietiirer ot and Dcu'er in
TIN, CUPPER & SHEET IItO.N WARE
ALL KIN1W OK Jolt WOltK IiONK TO OltDKH.
NO. 3? EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois,
STEW YORK STOKE,
WHOEESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TJIK CITV.
(iOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
c. o. path: ii & co.,
Cr. Nineteenth trcet 1
Coiutucrclal Avenue J
tti -4 A Ontfit liirnl-licd fri'. with fill
Ml I I iKTiirtloiif fur cooductlnt the
I I I: roiltalilu biiKliirr that auy otiu
f 1 I Xuiieuu'it In. Tim htif iui'ff la to
7T to kiirn, at d our iuatructlon ai
OntSt liirnllifd frc. with full In-
. flniii' and tilalti, that any otiu caa
ruake Rrcnf jirofltf from ttm atart, No uno can fall
w ho If willing to work. Women aro a a iiccvm ful
an men. iloy and itlrli can earn laruu nim.
Many have made at tho hnalti'-ff over one hundred
dollar in a fintlo work. NothltiK like It ever
known before. All who enitnee aru urrlf A at the
eu.e und rapidity with which they are alilo to make
tiioney, Yon rati vnuniie In th'f buflncfi during
your tpar time at great profit. Yondo nothavoto
invert capital In It. We take all the rlfk. Tlimu
who need reaitv money, fhoiiid wtlrn to u at once.
All fumlfhed free. Addrett TKl'B A CO., An
0' I -
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mt'iiu Cured, Sot Merely Believed'
And Can I'rovo What wu Claim.
tyTheru am no fiillan and no dlfiiipilnt-
ini ntf. If ynu ar tmuiilod wlili hICK HEAD
At.HK you can his i:ailly nmi ijuii kiy cured, bh
hiiiidredfliav8lie. ii aln a'ly. Wu r hall he plvaai'd
In mull a fliet't of ttfilniiiiiliiln to any iMi p fti d.
Carter's Little Liver Tills
Alfo rurc all fornm of llliotincff . prevent Conatl
pattoii and liyfpeiiKia, pronioto Diirefflon, relieve
diftrunf front too hearty eatiria, correct l)lforder
nl the stomach. Stimulate the. Liver, ai.d K.-ulate
tlin limvelf They do all tliif liy takimr )ut one
little pill at a do.e. They ate ptiruly ve'elaiile, do
mil irip or pure. Kiel are a nearly perfect a
it lh pof-ilili; for a pill to be I'riio i'i cet in, f, for
JI. hold l,y ilrufc'u'ii,i'' evervhere or fei.t 1 y mail.
('AI;TKH JlELik JNi; CO., EitlK. l'A
GUAY's Si'KCinC MKHHIXi:
TRAOEMARK.ThC (irea't Et-RlWi 7KAIK 31 AUK
Jlemeiiy, an tin.
liiiiln.1 cr.ro for
Sperm at orr.'ioea,
Iinpoteiii v. ami all
dimafea that fol
low a a conn'
il'ier.co of ni ;i
m.ll4'""','! "f 'oi-f of
UKiure ittAiugmi.iory, unlveri.n)
lai-fituile, pali- tu ttm ruck, dim if.,.. TaVin
u-ff ol vitioii, pr Um'.iire md n -i "-r AallaZ
ami muny other difeaef ihat lead to int.lty ot
iipiiriimptloii nmi a (ireinattirv pravu,
l ull part!ctilnr in our pamphlet, wl.lc h we de
fire to fetid tree by Hiai! to every one Tt.e e
tifie niedh ine if fold bv all dnifclrtf at JI j i
packaM, MX for ('. or wfil be i cut Ire,- t.v u.nll or.
receipt of tho nniiiEy by addrefflLK 1 UK oit.W
MKIUl INK CO.. No 5 Merhanlcf block, Uetr.il
.Mich, hold in C airo by llarcluy Ilrof , I'aui I.
Be huh and (no. K. O'llara.
av Outfit tent free to thocc who m iih to ei..
t ei-'' in the inoat pliufaiit and proCtu'u.
' lbufinefa known, llverytlilni; n. w
rftapitalnot rcjulred. Wo will funu-'i
everythltJZ lna day and upward" in t
ea-ifv niade without ftuvlm' av from
homo over nlnht. No rick w hatever. Slaty t.. w
workerf wano d at once. Many are making lort-ULe-
at the hu.ineff. I.adier make n mint an
nieti, and vouiii.' tioyi and ctrif tnaac ertat pay N
one who if willlni; to work fallf to make dor
money every day than ran be made in at k at any
other employment. I bote w ho enj;iit' at !.,
will find a fieri rf.iid to fortune. Addroa 11
11 Al.LKTT A ( O , l'ortlar.d. Maine.
AK'ntM II.IKE AND ADVENTl'KES OF
Tli.' Noted Westrrn Outlaw IIt Hon. J. A
llar.tK. 'h 1). A true and thrilling trcotict tllluf
trnted ' of Ihelr 1 old up, ratloi.f fori" yearf In a"
different ftntc and tcrntoricf, tal'llt detectn. f
andoltldalf of tin; law. Jleft felilni; biokoftbr
year lnott) fold in three motthf Vi rentf for
outfit; (I'm for funpie copy. LD.ral t.-rm. to
ai;ent. N UTHoMPst ifO., l'uldlfherf, li
1'lt.e 5t , St I.oum. Mo.
A WoMikkh i. Iiifrov t:r.v roK tiik Lame A
ftiporter for weakly ledlef. that If ao ap- rfect
preventative to the cuneijuemi f of niarr.iii'e
l'rit e f ); can be obtained b adilrc port (,Xm
Ilui 41, A'jrona. KufouthCo., Imus,
w H H A Y EA H and upei
N 1 I i!el.tf Oritflt free Addi
Y O. VK'KKH t', Aurirta.
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T Mm t
rcr l,hi i and rf v
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6lop tsklni; 1'oikO.n.vi . 'in t!
Stop uklng deaf-p n'.c . i.i; ,uli.luel
Stop taking; bone-ilet r, log Mercury t
(top taking dangerouf ' ilanm!
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StKndard tore contains no Mercury!
Standard Cure rouUalt.a no I'oiaootl
Standard Cure Ii pleaasnt to take I
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Standard Cure Co. 114 Nassau st.N.Y.
And by DruggUts.
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(Formerly Dr. Craig'a Kidney Cure.)
A vem'table preparation and tho onlv ftire remedy
In thu world for BRllillT S DISEASE. 1)1 AHETKS
and ALL KIDNEY, LIYElt and VIUNA11Y IilH
EASKH. (YTeftlmonlali of the blncH order in proof or
ir-Kortheciiroof DIABHTE9, call for WAR.
NER'S SAKE UIAilETKS t'l'HK.
r-Hnr tho cure of HKIOIIT'H and the other din-t-Hfea.
coll for WAHNER'8 SAFE KlUNEY and
Kerned ies tire sold
by Uruffjrists anil
Dealers in Medicine
II. H. WARNER 4 CO.,
RociiBHTiin, New Yomk.
r"Send for raaiDhlot
A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital rlfked. Yon can pm the
huflncfi trial without expeme.
Th heat opportnnlt ver oflernd for
thoto wlllluE to work, i ( r, ahotlid
i. i,...h,n. .in .... .... t.
" .IIHK VirV .111 UU WW I, 'I ,'UMI"
i df what yon can do at the bualncit w ofler. No
room KicAiuaiu nere. toucan uevii.e an yonr
time or only your f pare time to thf btjfiiier f, an,,
wake great pay for tvery hour that roa work
Women make a much u tnen. Bend for treclal
private terrot nd partlcolara, which we mall !re,
(5 oatflt free, liotj'i complain of hard tlnxa while
yon have lucha chance. Addren II, BALL IE TT