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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATUItDAV, MORNING OCTOBEK 16, 1830.
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TVINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS.
For Secrctaayof State.
JOHN II. OBERLY,
or Alexander Couuty.
LOUIS C. STAHKEL,
of St. Clair Couuty.
of Winnebago County.
' of Peoria.
For Congress, 1Mb district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the 50th district,
of Jackson couuty.
I). T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
H. R. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union county.
"The right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
ihe Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Persona and the Bights of
Property must be preserved.-Extract from Gen.
Baucock'i letter upon taking cbarcc of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. 1 hereby announce my
self as a candidate at tho cunning November
election, lor tho office of County Attormy for the
county of Alexander, Illinois. ANGUS LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK -We are authorized to an
nounce that ALEX. U. 1HVIN will be acandi
date at the ensuing November election for the
office of circuit clerk in Alexander county.
IOH SlIEKlsF We arc authorized to aunonnce
that Mr. JOHN HODUKS will bo a candidate
for re-election to the olllce of Sheriff, of Alexandre
county, at the next November election, subject
umy to me vote unite people at me pons.
FOR CORONER We are authorized to announce
that Richard Fitzgerald is a candidate for ru
clectlon the otllcc of Alexauder countv,
General W. T. Siikhman.
'Writedown the very best thincs you can think
or say of Gen. Hancock as anotllceraud a gentle
man and I will sin it."
Geneiial U. S. Grant.
"1 bavenothina to say against Gen. Hancock. I
have known him fur forty years. His personal. of
ficial and military record is Koud,"
Jamkr A. Oahkiki.d,
"The man who attempts to Ki t np"a political ex
citrment in this country ou the old sectimial issues
wiH find himself without a party and without cup
port." H"X, Boheht Bell.
"Jlentlemen: Tho principlcEof tho Democratic
party are at far above the principles of the Repub
lican party as the battlements of hi(jh heaven aru
boveihe mudnilli of bell."
Hon. Caul Hciii'hi.
tint tliitntil 4t AnMAratj ll, m
eharactsrofGen. Hancock, and the ;reat services
wniEu no nn rruiiureo io jne couuirv. lis is t
rentlrmauof irreproachable character, wblch I shall
be sorry to see any effort made to discredit. As a
oldlur, be baa shown signal bravery and skill in
' haudJIntf troops tinder difficult circiimiunces, and
hi name is Identified witb some of the most splen
did arhlevwiisrits of the war. Fur all this every
good aiuxeu will butior biiu,"
Colon rl John Hay.
"The Republican hands in this campaign that at,
tempt to defile the private character of Gen Hun
cock would only dcflld themselves He was a sob
dler, a patriot and amiin of unainlicd character, and
his private record is unassailable."
Gbn. Wikfikld Scott Hantoi k.
"A full vote; a free ballot; and'a rair count."
'public oftlco is a trust, not ft bounty bestowed
upon the holder. No incompetent or difhoiiest per
son should ever be entrusted with it."
"If called to tho Presidency I should deem it my
duty to resist with all rav power anv attempt to im
pair or evade tho full force and effect ol the con
stitution, which In every article, section and amend,
nient, is the supreme law of the land."
"The right of trial by lurv, the habeas rorpus,
the lihertv of the press, the freedom of speech, tho
natural rights of iiersous.and tho riyhtsot property
must bo preserved."
1ION. SAMlT.Lg SIAIWIIAU. WIM. M'EAK AT
Golconda, Situidny October!.
Metropolis, Monday Octnber 11.
Cairo, Wednesday October l'l.
Mnryh"shoro, Thursday October II,
Marlon, Saturday October Id.
GEN. WILLIAM B. AN!)KleON WILL SPEAK AT
Golconda, Saturday October 0.
Metropolis, Monday October 11.
Vienna, Friday October 1A
Cairo, Wednesday October 13.
Miirpliykboro. Thursday October 1 1.
Munou, Saturday Octolir lu.
Hon. f. m. YorNf.nt.noi) wili trKAK at
Vienna. Tueadnv ()ctoter 12.
Cairo, Wednesday October 13,
Anna. Thursday October H.
DiKiuoiu. Friday October 15.
Plnisueyvilk', Saturday October W.
1IOX. JOHN II. 01IB1ILT WILL iTFAX AT
Shawneetown, Saiurday October 1,;,
(olconda, Monday Uctober 1.
Metropolis. Tue(luy October lit.
Joneski.ro, Thursday Oetober .1 .
Sjiarta, Friday October
Marion. Thursday October iS.
Miirphvslioro, Friday October i1).
Iiiiuo'in, atunlay October JO.
Cairo. Mondnv November 1.
I) v order of Congressional Committee,
R. FlitOANZA, W.M. H. GHECS.
The newspapers of the District uro rctjueeted to
copy t he ubove .
WHAT WOULD YOU HAVE DOSE IN
Gladly hovering r-rotind the cheery, sun
ny room, arranging a vase of fresh May
blossoms here, a caliee of hot-house ferns
there; adjusting the luce curtains so that the
sunshine fell in on the India matting as
though a veil.
She was the most 6trangely beautiful
woman Clyde Sardis had ever seen, and as
he sat outside of the French w indows smok
ing a cigar, and watching her graceful
movements, he was thinking how ever it
happened that this glorious creature had
become an inmate of his grandfather's
house; and wondering even more that she
was still free with that beauty and fascina
tion of hers.
He sat quietly in a comfortable chair, his
handsome blue eyes growing warm and ea
ger as they followed the girl from place to
place; and then when she sat down a mo
ment at ihe open piano and struck a half
dozen preliminay chords before she sang an
aria from "Traviata," he flung away his
Reina Victoria, and went in through the
window to meet her luminous eyes as he
stopped beside the instrument.
"Don't stop, Miss Saxchurst. You al
ways stop as soon as 1 come in."
He drooped his handsome head a little
nearer her; she laughed, and deliberately
arose from the piano stool.
"Do I really? You know Mrs. Sardis
would be very much displeased to hear me
sing for anybody."
"And it my august sister-in-law should
be guilty of such poor taste what then ';"
Gladys walked slowly towards the open
window, where the declining sun shot its
almost level rays full into her grand yountr
As Sardis followed her, with intense re
proach in his eyes, shn lilted lu-r own to his
again, fairly dazzling him with their spleu
dor. "What theu? She would gracefully give
me uiy conge, Mr. Stmlis."
-Would she? Would bhe, really! Then
sing to me, Miss Saxehurst, so I can take
'How generous you arc ! And I never
had such a delightful position as here at
Suunylands. l'lease do not l'crget I am
not independent, like Miss Duncan. Iam
uot that fortunate lady, remember."
"It is not at all likely that 1 shall lorget
you are not Miss Duncan, " he said eagerly.
"You are something far more enchanting
and beautitul than she or any mortal
He was lookiug straight in her fixe,
watching the little flush that so seldom
disturbed its pale lairuess.
Even now she took no notice, apparently,
of his intenseiiess.
"Well, Miss Duncan is the most favoixd
woman I ever saw. She is rich, and her
own mistress, and ''
Shu hesitated, in her pretty, graceful
"And what?'' he asked, tenderly.
"That is enough , 1 am sure," sliu lidded,
"Is it enough, Gladys? Would riches
and independence be all the good of the
gods you would ask''
Somehow, their talk was growing very
confidential; somehow Clyde Sardis was
reulijug that this woman was creating a
delirious intoxicating liavoc in his heart
this exquisite creature whose name was
Gladys Saxehurst, and who was a hired ser
vant in his giandfuther'a home, a paid at
tendant on his elegant, aristocratic sister-
in-law b caprices.
A quick little light Hashed un in her
eyes at his words, and then, het lids drooped
swiftly, letting the long thick lashes lie on
her clieeks like a shadow.
"It would not be tnouirh. Gladvs I
know that! With such a woman as vou.
love siiouiu ue loru ot all--sucli love as
A mischievous little face suddenly thrust
itsell between the lace curtains.
"Please, uncle Clyde, mamma says will
you come up to her room? Miss Duncan is
there, and they want you."
Somehow, it made a break in the har
Somehow, after the young fare had van
ished again, and they two were left stand-
tngatoue together, the thread of their Con
versation would not be taken un BL'ain. and
it was Gladys who diSbipa'ed tho rather
awkward enibarritfsment of blank silence
mat icll unon them.
"Happy Miss Duncan!" sho said with a
laughing little grimace that showed to per
fection her small strong teeth, her exquisite
vuiTv ui upg unit piay ot dimples in cheek
He shrueired his ahr.n!,!
. i- llIJBU I Will VUl
and Mihs Saxr-hurst stood several minutes
nere tie had lett her, a grave, thoughtful
look coming into her eyes, a compressed,
almost merciless expression gathering on
her firmly closed lirs.
Then she heard voices from some ono
descending tho stairs, and then Isidore
Duncan came down, followed by Mrs. Sar
dis and Clyde, and Gladys stepped away
from where she was, that they might not
see her, yet where her eager, jealous eyes
rould watch Isidore Duncan's sweet, serious
dignity of manner as Clyde Sardis walked
beside her to tho carriage that had just
Five minutes later, before the cfirriago
was lost to her gaze, old Mr. Sardis came in
a fine, handsome, courtly old gentkniau
of sixty, whose eyes lighted at sight of her,
as he went across" the room to where she
"Well, my little girl! It is within one
minute of the time when I said I would
come to hear you tell me whether or not
you would accept an old man's love, his
name anJliis home. Gladys, my darling,
For she hod bewitched him, and all his
magnificent fortune, his princely homo, the
grand old name, tho unassailable position
as his wife and mistress of Sunnylands,
were lying at her feet, to be taken or re-
It was a woiKioriui stieau oi u.rtune, ami
Gladys had tola herself so over and over in
the twenty-four hours since Mr. Sardis had
made his ollVr of marriage to her.
wonderful piece of good luck, only
handsome Clyde hail been nearer the truth
than even Gladvs had dared whisper to her
self when he had said that for such as she
love should be lord of all.
And she never could, by any possibility,
care for Clyde's grandfather, with all his
courtly manliness, his riches, and his posi
tion, because she loved the grandson, the
magnificent young fellow who was ouli-
Icntly expected to make love to anu marry
Gladys felt a L'reat wrenching pain nt her
heart, a strange commingling of anger, dis
appointment, jealousy, and misery, as she
imagined Clyde and Miss Duncan riding to
Mr. Sardis gently interrupted her wan
Well. Gladys! Remember I have been
patient for twenty-tour hours, and now
I want to know how it is to be. Child,
can you let me have you for my hles
siiiL, my treasure'! Can you come to
me and love me with all your Iresh young
heart? Because, unless you can, dear. I
would rather you would frankly tell me
what will be a sore distress to me.
To be mistress of Sunnylands.
To own the very horses and carriage with
which Isidore Duncan was riding that min
ute. To rise hisher than the haughty woman
who paid her for services rendered.
To have diamonds and sign bans cnecKs
If onlv she could crush down that fierce
longing for Clyde Sardis; if only
"We will be a very pleasant family cir
cle," Mr. Sardis said; you are aware that
Clyde and Isodore will be married in a tew
months, and unless you come to be my lit
tle wife, I shall be very lonely, all to my
self." lie smiled down in her paling lace and
for just one little minute her breath seemed
leavins her Iuiil'S. her heart seemed as if
grasped in a cruel iron hand, and then it
was over, and she smiled in answer.
"It is not because I cannot comprehend
why you should want me,Mr. Sardis. If you
She had no need to finish her sentence,
for Mr. Sardis drew her to him in a sudden,
"My own little h've! You uever, never
shall regret this. If ever a woman expe
rienced what it was to be an old nf.m's
larijug, it shall be you. my Gladys.'
And. after she had escaped to her room.
she waiked up and down the room, with
her white, drawn lace that would have hor
rified both ot the men. with her small, fair
liands tightly clenched, trying to beat down
the airony of jealous longing for Clyde Sar
dis with his handsome eager eyes, that had
completely conquered her.
Once that evening she went to Mr. Sardis
as he sat at an open window in a pleading
little wav that was absolutely irresistaiile.
"Please don't mention our engagement,
will you? It will be unpleasant lor me.
until I get a little used to it. Wait till I
tell you, please ("
He caressed the fingers that lay so light
ly and coaxmgly on his coat sleeve.
"If you wish 'it so, Gladys. It is fortu
nate that you spoke so early, for I had fully
intended to explain it all to Mrs. Sardis,
Isidore and Clyde, when thev have finished
their croquet. It is almost too dusk for
them to see now .
And. despite the prompt acquiescence to
her whim, Gladys also comprehended he
would have prefi'ired it otherwise.
"When thev finished their croquet. .Mr.
Sardis had said, and when they had finish
ed it Mrs. Sardis, Miss Duncan and Clyde
went into thebrilhaut-lighted parlor, where
the old gentleman sat, and Clyde went
straight to the dusky corner in the adjoin
ing room, where Gladys sat deeply musing.
"I will not intrude, Miss Saxehurst," he
said, lightly and half-inquiringly, as he
wuit up to her so near that he could see her
neautiful face, that was even more glorified
by the peculiar light of the fire that leaped
upward in the open grate; and then, catch
ing up one of her hands that lay like a lily
petal on the aim ot the chair the self
same hand his courtly old grandfather had
kissed scarcely an hour before he drew
her to him.
"Hecausc." he said in a quick, passionate
whisper that thrilled every nerve in her
frame, as he clasped his hands togetherover
Ins breast, "because I will come to you any
how. I have been dying of impatience to
finish what I would have said this after
noon. Gladys, you must love me you must
love me! Will you f Darling, do your
lievond the hopelessness of it, the cruel
ty of it, setting that he was engaged to Isi
dure Duncun, the speechless ectasy of it all
surged like a wave of light and life over
her, ami in one moment of weakness or
rather of desperate reeklesB longing and
heart-aching for this handsome pleader who
had no more right to speak than he had to
listen Gladys lifted up her face, which had
that in it that made him stoop and kiss the
quivering crimson lips, und hold her close
to Ids breast.
Only for one little, littlesecond; and then
she broke away Irom lain with an linpa
tient, (IcfpHrlug little cry.
"No! What good can come from this,
even if wo so love each other? Clyde Sar
dis, was there ever sueh sarcasm of fate be
fore? We love ench other, and yon are to
marry Isidore Duncan, while I uui engage
to your grandfather t"
She fairly flung thu last words at him,
and he looked as if she was speaking ran
"What are you saying, my darling? I
am to marry Miss Duncan? Perhaps peo
ple think so, but certainly it is not so, as
the lady herself can testify. Hut I don't
understand what you mean by saying you
are engaged to marry my grandfather,
A little cry came from her lips, and she
shrank back into the chair again.
"He asked me, nnd he said you would
marry her and and my heart almost
broke, but I told him yes. Clyde, oh, for
Heaven's sake, don't look at mo like that!
I loved you so I love you so!"
For a look of sudden disapproval and
gravity was merging into one of scorn and
"It certainly was a strange way to mani
fest your love, Gladys? And see here.
Somehow it has hurt me. I couldn't
think of being a rival t f my grandfath ri
Let us forget it all.
And he turned away from her, all his
feeling in t state of revulsion fur this far,
creature who would have so deliberately
Just as old Mr. Sardis stepped through
the door, and went up to her, kindly reso
lutely, as one does who feels morally obliged
to discipline an erring child.
"Xor could I.drcam of marrying the wo
man who is in love with my grandson.
Gladys, wc all have made a great mistake;
but. thank God, it is rectified in tune. As
Clvde said, it will be best to forget it all."
And poor Gladvs Saxehurst. Do you re
serve fur her. censure or pity?
What would you have done in her place.
I ris a great pity to see how many peo
ple allow a cough or cold to gi unnoticed,
nnd thus pave the way to in untimely crave
from the rd'fcts of consumption. A pleas
ant atV. r 'liable and cheap remedy is Dr.
Hull's Cough Syrup. Price cents.
45 Years Before the rublic.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are net recommended as a remedy " for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all Ilflious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No Letter cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, cr after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequalcd.
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 TILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures 01
C. McLase and Fleming Pros.
i&T Insist upon havincr the Genuine DR.
C. McLANE'S LIVER FILLS, prepared by
FLEMING EROS., Pittsburgh, Ta.,
the market being full of imitations of the
r.ame McLnne, spelled differently but
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Boots and Shoes
From Sunning over,
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N. I! All work wnrriiiiti' I, nnd Hi'imlrlni; neatly
diitiv on pLott notice.
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.Tiliinill OlM WuHhlnittonAve.
Caii'O - Illinoi.-:.
OK THK CONDITION
Alexander County Bank.
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KBol IK r..
I.oniiK nod PUroimt fTn.tma (12
Due from ntlicr lhnk M.'-'tti ti
Ciili on huml il.MI 45
Outltt iind furuilore
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D'.tu otbvr llutika.
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trill1 to tnu tie-1 or our ituiiwicnti' ami unii-i.
K. HTt'.'r-H, l'ri'Uldi'nt,
II. H El.l.S. Caflilcr.
Suticcrll'i'd and nworn to t'ffiirt' tin' thla Hib tiny
of Oil., ltHI. ALfltLU I Aj.YllISwS, IN f
QAIKO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE IrGpka STATES.
On rdJ after Monday,, tune Till, mid until tartbur
notice tlic ferryboat will uiuku trt us fulluwi;
LEAVE I.RAVK9 LBAVItl
Font Fourth tt. MlMourl Und'. Kentucky Ld'g.
7:00 a. m.
Saw 8. ra.
flam p. m.
4 nt) p.m.
7:W a. m.
11 ::) a. m.
S:30 p. in
H u. m.
ID a. m.
S p. m.
S;;M p. m,
3 p. in
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TABLE OF I'AKSF.NOEU TK.VIN8 KKOM
VIXCUNNES (Nov. UO, 18711.)
No. i Dny ExprcM (Except .Sunday)... . 1 :W p. m.
ti Dpri'.H ( Except Sunday) !".' p. m.
" 4 Niijlit Eiiireca (l)uily) lJ:ia. m.
No. S ExpreM (Except Sunday) 6 :0r a. m.
1 D.iy Exjirecs (Exceiit siiuday). . . a: mi p. ni.
" 3 Niijlit impress ilJulfy). !:&. in.
J. It. fl.AHK, C. S. t'l.NK. .Ill ,
Agent Vincenncii. (ion. Tleki t Ac t Cincinnati
QAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. SMlTIIKIiS, Hwn'ivf-r.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throueh KxnrcM leaven Cairo tM."i.m.
Tl,roue.h Exprearrlvea at E. St. l.nl.. 5:n'p.m.
TV.. h L'. t L . I '...I n.ui..
' 1 J'l I.Bll. . . HI. 1.UU1B... 9.'"I.IU.
Through Kxpri'M arrivr at Cairo S:l(lp.oi.
.Miirptij i'lioroaccouinKidatiiin leaves Cairo I : to p.m.
Mii'phj 'lioro Arc.arrivts.at Murphyeboro 7:.V) p.m.
M".rpby!i(irn Acc. leave Miirtihyeboro .. R:iia.m.
. ..rpliTphoro Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 :;!0a.m.
Th TalroASt. Lonl Rail Iioad U tho nnlv all
RailKnute between Cairo and bt. LouU under odo
Dianacrmcut. therefore thero are no delaya at
way atatintir awaiting connection from other llnei.
Clufc and mre cfnincctlon at St. Loula v,ith other
line for North. Kact and Weat
J. A NAl'tI.E. L. M.JOHNSON.
Aeut. (jeLeral Mjnai'er.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Sliortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only .Lino Kuiminy:
g DAILY TRAIXS
F rom Cairo,
Makinu Direct Connection
Thais'. I.lave CaIHo:
.'1: 1 .") ;i Mail.
Arr'.viLL'in St. 1.011111 '. -V i.n : i hicni'o. p.m. :
t'liuiii" ti:iir nt Cxi i ii au; l-.i'liufntm for Cinc.iu
Hull, l.ouifville. Iii'l iau i p oi : ! .u.il puint Eact.
1 1 : lJ n.rn. St. I.ouiw nnd Afstern
rrivin s lu St. I.ouia T:o' p. in., and connrcll&s
fur all poinls Weft.
-4:''o I.m. ',l.t Kxprces
Fur St l.ouiH arid i liif u-.". irrivlu at St. Limit
l'l: id p.m.. iiini Chicago 7:-.') a m,
4 :V,'0 p.m. Clnfinimti KxprocR.
Arrivlns at Ciiicimiatl T :" a.m.; Louisville T:JO
am.; lndiaLapnlla 4:K a.m. I'ua "enfrri ly
thin train reach the abne jmlntc 'i to HO
liuL Us 'n advance of any other route.
ft-Th" p. m. cxpre.a lias PULLMAN
M.KEl'INti CAH Cairo to Cincinnati, without
rhatii'ei', and through eleej eiato St. l.oule aud
t h cao.
Fast Time Fast.
1' i wmwroi'c ,T llliH it" through to Knet.
I 1L Illlt I i.rn tuiiiitH withnnt .inv deluv
enured hv Sunday interveiilntr. The Saturday after-
noon train from Cairn arrive in new Yorlc .Monuay
mortiiui; at lm.'lj. Thirty-lx hours In edvanccof
any other route,
fKor thronuh ticket and further Information,
ajiplrat Illinois Central Kullroad Depot, Cairo.
,IAs. .KHIXSON. J. II. JONES. .
(ien. Soiithnm Aeent. Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON, (ien. I'a, Acent. Chicano,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AKD HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hlchest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
STOVES AND TINWAKK.
gTOVES ! STOVES ! !
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COl'PEK & SHEET-IKON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOKR DONR TO OKDEll
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - Illinois,
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mt'an Cured, Not Merely Eelievei".
And Can I'rovo What wu Claim.
tyThuru aro no fallnrei and no dlfappnltit
mentw. If you urn tnmhlud with WICK JIEAU
ACIIK you can he eal)y and quickly cured, art
hundred havehceli already . Wu nhall lm plea?teii
to mall a almet of teiitliiioiiiala to any liiterextcl,
Carter's Little Liver Tills
AIM) curt all forms of JIIIioiimicm. prevent C'unatl
patioii and Dyapeiifui. promote Hiu'intloii, nllcvu
dmtresH from too hearty eutinir, correct Moord'TH
of the Stomach. Stimulate, tho Liver, and KcirulHto
Hie lliiwelH. They do all title hy tukinir ju-i onu
little pill at adon). Tin y urn purely vectalile, do
not L'rlpe or purne. ami are iim nearly perfect ai
It Ik poi Mhlf f,.r a pill to be. l'rlc i cetts, 5 fur
$1. Sold hy drie.i'M evervwhere or Kent hy muil
CAliTEK .MLDICINK CO., KI'.IK, I'A
$hV Outfit cei.t free to tho-e who winh to 1 1,-L-
t'HL'e In the moHt pleanaiit and I . r , :". r it 1 1
I hiiniiieha kiMjwn, Kv. rytlnin; i.i w .
rf Capital u.it rei!iireil . We win f.iru i
merythiiiL'. glua dayand upvturd Is vet
eiif ily ina'k' nlthoiit uyiin iu:iy U,m
home over nlht. yi rii-k whatever. Mnny r.ew
worker' wanted at once. Many aru makim; furt
tinea at the hUHinean. Ladlo niiiko h inmh an
men, and ) oiiiil' hoj-a mid sirl" maae ereat pav. Nu
one who la w illiiiir 'to work fail to make ' mof
money every day than can t niailei:i a week at any
other el.iplo) melit I liofu w ho entraL'r at oiin
will timl a chert road to fortune. Addr." II'
1IALLKTT A CO., I'ortland. Maine.
AK'ntsl.IKE AND ADVJJNTl'ltES
ENTl'ltES OK 1
The Noted Western OutlawH. Itv Hon. J. A.
Dacuri. I'h U. A true and thrlliini: uc couu liilm
trateili of their hold OIH ration" for IH vi nr In '-.I
ditrerent elate and terrltorlea, lialllinp detectivi s
and oflh lal of thu law. Heft rullini; hi ok of tt.n
year. Hi oori old In three month, ft) rent for
oinflt; ft. .Vi for amplo copy. Liberal ternn to
aiient. N 1) THOMl'riON i CO., 1'uhlii.htrf, Vi)
l'iue St., St. Loul. Mo.
A WoNDKRFl'L DlMCOVRIlV KOH TIIE LAME A
nporter for weakly ladie. that I alco a perfect
preventative to the contqui'Drra of marrlatfe.
rrlco $1; can he obtained by addrcfflnR punt tfl'.ce
Ilox 41, AlKOtia, KoifoutuCo., luwa,
freu. Addreni DANIEL I.
Beatty, Wadliinirtmi, N.J.
Ti Vl.flTl All li.rnniia i.fj. ,.. .l T 1 .
-1- liirwill receive. lntereHliticr nnd vi!n,h Ii:-
formation hy fending addre to J.
LOK. Jemey I'itt, N . J.
I 'I l V.""D Hreeeh-LoadcrK, ritlm
I I I kNand Kevolvem.
l IJ 1 1 IjOiirSlOSIuitGim.
at (p ally reduced pr.ee.
tend atump fur our New Il
lustrated Catalogue tin I', l'owill i Son,
Main ctreet Cincinnati
Il,-t rapine t or I'arlor orar. lu
thu world, winner of hlfhet di
tlii' tion at hi ry treat World's
F.ihihillon (or thirteen year.
Trices. M , ?'i7, l. ?M" tr
J'ki and upward. 1-oren-ypay
ment. 'i.: a ijuarter nnd uii
ward. Catalojuca free. MA'N
i Hamlin Orirau CO . 1M Tre
mont street. ll,itn: t'l Et UUi
Itiare,) New York, l'.J Waliah
ftreet, (I'uion S
avenu", C hicat;o.
M AJLi T
The New Food
Malt Hittki:s Company.
:b i t t k n s.
'PIIEKEia no treater I!ln".l I'rodiicfr and 1 rj
1 HtiKtaluini: tri nrttiU' In the wi.rld ol food or
m.'diciue than MALT llin'KLS. prepared frmii
I ufermented Malt. Hop and t.uliiine. liny feed
theluidvaiid the braiu. uric', the blood, folldify
thu lumps. Imrilen Ihe niuiicli-H. ntllet the nerve.
cheer the mind, perfect d'cc-llnn. regulate thu
Homacb aniliowel. ciennc llie liver ami Kinney,
and viiallAPwith new life evi ry fluid of the bodv.
Ileware of imitation -in I'ariv named. Look for
the COMPANY'S M'iNl l'l HE which appear
plainly on the la'iol of every bottle. !old every
where. MALT HITTERS CO., lioton, Mais.
Outfit ttiniWbed tree, with full In
duction for concluctlni; the iant
profitable bufiuea that any one can
en'aite In. The buinee 1 lo i-ai-y
tu learn, and our Instructions art i
fliniile anil Dlaln. that any one rau
make preat prodt from tne tart. No one can fa;l
w ho Is wllllnt! to work. Women are a niece" t'ul
a men. Itov und cirlfi can earn large mm.
Many have made at the bnsine over one hundred
dollar ir a finu'lo week. NothltiR like It ever
known before. All who ensure are dirnrld at thu
eae and rapidity with which they are able to niuko
money. You ciin etiuaco In th hulnes durmi
your "pare time at great profit. Yondo not hae ti
lnvet capitul In it. We take all the rifk. Thou;
who need ready monev, Miould wtire to n at once.
All furni-hed free. AddrefH TKLK A CO., Au
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improve monta
on old anes; for medical or other compounds, trade
marks and labels. Caveat, Assignments, Inter
ferences, Appeals. Bulla for Infrinsemtnts, and
all cases arlsliiK under tho Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. "-Invention that have been
t)V IVCrVTi tne ,,eut Otllc may still,
Jtl!iJ(llljAlninoetcaes, be patented hy
us Being opposite tho U. 8. Patent OeBartmont,
and enRaired In Patent business exclusively, we cau
make closer searches, and seenro Patents mora
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
are remote from Washington.
TATVUIVTTmjQauiidus a model or sketch I
li VrjlMUJVO your device; we make ex
aminations and advise as to patentability, free ot
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Prices low, and no chargu unless Patent ls-securud.
Wo refer In Washington, to Hon. Postmaster
General D. M. Key, Hev. F. D.Power The German
American National Bank, to officials In the IT. N.
Patent Office, and to Senators and Keprcseutatifes
In Congress ;and especially to our clients iu every
State In the Union and In Canada. Addreta
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Opposite Pat nt Office, Washington D. 0.
TIT T" Yourselves by making mon-
I I I J i I I ley when a golden chance la
H Hill I offered, thereby always)
II I J I J I keeping poverty from your
- Aoou thne who always)
take advantage of tho gooil
chances for making money that are offered, general
ly become wealthy, while those who do not im
prove such chances remain In poverty. We want
many men. women, boys and girls to do wort for us
right In their own localities, Tna bnslncss will
Rav more than teo timos ordinary wages. Wo
irnlsh an expensenstve outfit and all that yon
need free. No ono who engages falls to maka
money rapidly. Von can devota your whole time
to the work, or only your apara moments, rnii
Information and all that l needed sent free, Ad
dress HT1NSON A CO.. Portland, Maine,