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THE DAILY CAHtO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING OCTOBER 17, 1830.
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TTCXFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM II. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. TARSONS.
For Secret aay of Btato.
JOHN II. OBKRLY,
of Alexander C'ouBty
LOUIS 0. STARKEL,
of St. Clair Couuty.
THOMAS BUTTER WORTH,
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, 1Mb district,
of Randolph Couuty.
Fur Senator of the MRU Uiatrlct,
VTM. A LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
P. T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
It. U. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union couuty.
"Tub right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
tbe Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Persons and the lights of
Property must bu preserved -Extract from Gen.
Hancock's letter upon taking charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self as a candidate at the ensuing November
election, lor the ofllco or County Attormy fur the
county of Alexander. Illinois. ANGUS LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLKRK.-Wn are authorized to an
nounce that ALKX. II IHV1N will boacandl
date at the ensuing November election for the
office of circuit clerk In Alexander county.
1JOR SHERIH-'-Weiiru authorized to antinnnco
1 that Mr. JOHN 1101)0 EH wlllliu a rnndldate
lor re-election to tbu olllce of Sheriff, of Alexundru
county, at the next November election, subject
only to the vote of the people al the pulls.
INIRCOKONKR-Wearo nuthori.ed to iinnounco
that Richard Fitzgerald Is a candidate for re
flection the olllce of Alexander county.
tiSNEHAkW. T. SIIKIIMAN.
"Write down the very best things yon can think
or sav of (ten. Hancock as anolllceraiid a gentle
iau and I will sign it."
GENtlUL U. 8. OltANT.
"I tiavennthing to say against Gen. Hancock. 1
have known him for funv years. His personal, of
ficial aud military record is good."'
Jambs A. GAiirixi.n,
"The man who attempts to net up a political ex
cite ment in this country on (be old sectional issue
win nnu nuuavir wunout a puny and without sui:
Hon. Roiixut Hull.
"Guntliniiu: Tho prlnclplei of the Democratic
party an' as far abovo the principles of the Kupuli
I Iran party as the battlement or hih hcuvun are
aooveme muusiiii oi dell.
Hon. Caul Hciiriuc.
I iuall certainly not attempt to depredlcatn the
ekaracter of (len. Hancock, and the irreat service
which be has rendered to the country. He is a
Kiitlrruan of Irreproachable character, wlilt h I shall
sorry lo se any effort made to discredit, As a
Soldier, he liai shown siirnal braver and skill In
handling troopt under dillb ult cireutnitanees, and
III aauiu I identified with some of the most iplen.
did achievement of the war. For all tbli every
gQUU VHJftGU Will uvuur UIHl.
Colon El. John Hay,
Thn Republican hands In this campaign tliiil at.
tempt to dellle the private ihitriietcr ol Gen Han
cuck would onlv detlle IheuiHelvri. Ilewasatol
dier, a patriot and a man of unsullied clmrocter, aud
bis private record is uiiastailalilu."
C.KN, WlNFIKI.I) St'OIT IlANtOlK.
"A full vote; a free ballot; and fair count."
"Public office is trust, not a bounty bestowed
upon the holder. No incompetent or diahouest per
son should ever be entrusted with it."
"If t ailed to the Presidency I should deem it my
duty to resist with all my power anv attempt to Im
pair or evade the full forco and effect ol the cov
stifition, which In every article, atctionaud amend,
inert, is the supreme luw of the land."
"The ribt of trial by lurv, tho hubens corpus,
tho liberty of the press, the freedom of speech, tho
natural rights of persons, and the rinlit of properly
must he preserved."
HON. JOHN II. ODBIILY WILL sfKAK AT
Golcouda. Monday OctoberlH.
Metropolis, Tuesduy Oc.loher lit.
Jonesbnro, Thursday October :il
Npiirtu, Friday Ociobertfi.
Marion, Thursday October iH.
Murphyshoro, Friday October '.Hi.
Diltiuoin, Saturday October SO.
Cnlro. Mondav November 1.
Hy order of CoiicreBMomil Committee.
R. 'IIBHANEA, WM. II. I.IIKRN.
The ne.vp:ipcre of tlie District are rcqaestctl to
copy the nbove.
Written for the Cairo Bulletin.
LIVE WITIIIX YOOE MEANS AND
PAY AS YOU GO.
1IY J. A. M.
It was im tlie eve of my wedding day. I
had been fluttering about all day, attend
ing to this putting the finishing touch to
that, but now all was done, the last trunk
packed and strapped, stood in the wide
hall. My traveling dress, which was to be
also my wedding dress lay neatly folded
in my room, ready to be donned by the
happy bride in the morning. I had slip
ped into my dear old grandfather's room,
sit down in my low chair aud was resting
my tired head on his knee, as I used to do
when a child. "Well, my dear said the
good old man ns lie smoothed my hair
with a loving touch, to-morrow you will
go from the roof that has been you home
all your life, to be the wife of a worthy
young man ; you will bo mistress of his
home as well as his heart, and much ot his
success in business depends upon your
judicious advice, and the careful manage
ment of your household affairs. One thing
I am very anxious to impress on your
memory, and that is always live within
your means and pay as you go."
Tho next morning dawned bright ami
cloudless. Surely bride never had a more
lovely day. The wedding took place in
the little chapel, where my parents had
breathed their nuptial vows and where I
was baptized in my infancy, and after
partaking of the wedding breakfast and
receiving the congratulations of friends,
we were soon safe abroad the cars being
borne swiftly to our city home. My hus
band was head book-keeper in a large mer
cantile house, having beeu in the employ of
the same firm for over seven years, and had
completely won the confidence of his em
ployers by his integrity and industry. "We
were to go to housekeeping at once. My
husband having already rented a hand
some house in an aristocratic neighborhood.
On the morrow we were to begin furnish
ing our house, we had secured a fine house
and must furnish it with taste
and elegance so as to appear very fine
and make a good impression on our neigh
bors. Two days we spent in making our
selections, and when at the end of the thir l
day we sat in our room at the hotel look
ing over the bills for the things we had or
dered, I was startled to see how much
money wo had spent.
"Well, never mind," said George, "it
will take more than I have saved to meet
all those bills, but we will soon save more
and meet the notes when they fall due
without any trouble."
"Live within your means, and pay asyi u
go," echoed the words ot grandfather's
warning in my heart; but George was so
cheerful that I smothered down my vague
feais, and was soon laughing and chatting
The next day we took possession of our
new home, but long before we were fairly
settled to house-keeping we had discovered
that our house-keeping wants were nothing
like supplied, and these being added to
our already long list of expenditures, in
volved us quite deep in debt. Still our
home looked charming, with its bright rich
carpets, elegant furniture, pictures, satuary,
and lace curtains. Then we must also live
in a style to correspond with all this ele
gance, and as we had been invited and at
tended several receptions, wo decided that
the proper tiling for us to do was to have a
reception ourselves, and as wo were deter
mined not to be outshone by our neigh
bors, our party was a decided success in
point of elegance, to say tho least. Thus
we were plunging from one reckless ex
travagance to another, until the notes Georgo
had given when we went to house-keeping
became duo. Then as we had saved noth
ing to meet them, my husband's bright
face begun to assume a careworn look, and
his merry whistled tunes were exchanged
lor troubled sighs. About this timo dear
old grandfather visited us for the first time,
and glad as I wag to see him, I could not
not silence my conscience for not regard
ing thu advi e of the good old gentleman
lolivew;,b.in our means. As grandpa sit
down to our elegant little lunch I had
ordered prepared for him, he rciuarkod :
"Why Minnie I had uo ideu that George was
such a rich man, I thought he was only a
book-keeper on moderate salary; who had
managed to put by enough to go to house
keeping in a plain modest style; but your
house is like a littlo palace and you are
living almost in magnificence; this is a
pleasant surprise to me my girl." I had
to bend my head low over the cake I was
cutting to hide my guilty face, and I an
swered with crimsoned cheeks. I am glad
you like my homo grandpa. He did not
appear to notice my embarrassment, how
ever, and after a few days spent with us he
began to make his preparations to return
home. Oh, how I envied him going back
to the old farm house, nestling in its quiet
seclusion, surrounded by peace aud plenty.
The Bhadow on George's brow began to
grow deeper and I looked in vain for the
happiness I thought would be mine, when
once mistress of such an elegant home, I
was restless and uneasy and began to utter
ly hate the sight of the parlors, and my
piano whi :h, by the way, was a wedding
present to me from grandpa, was seldom
opened now. One evening George calue
home with his face brighter and in answer
to my look of inquiry informed me that he
had borrowed a sum of money sufficient to
meet our most pressing debt, and had giv
en a mortgage on all wc possessed for secu
rity. Then for a short, but very short time,
we were relieved, but wc had started so
recklessly on the rode of extravagance that
we did not know when to ttop until we
were suddenly brought to a halt by the note
and mortgage falling due. The day before
they were due G sorgo came home with a very
white fact, and as he sank into the nearest
chair exclaimed, "Minnie we are ruined ! to
morrow the notes aud mortgage are due,
to-day I received notice from the firm that
they would require my services no longer
than the first of the approaching month."'
How wretched wc were that night.
But often amid my sobs and tears I would
seem to hear a small voice like the twink
ling of far away music, and the words of
grandfather's advice would come floating
to my cars and I would think what happi
ness instead of misery might of been ours
had wc but heeded the wise injunction to
to "live within your means, and pay as you
go." After a sleeplesss night I arose with
the determination to send for grandfather;
and when twenty-four hours latter he ar
rived in answer to my summons I fell on
his breast, and between my sobs told him
all our troubles. He soothed and comfort
ed me uttering not one word of reproach ;
but told me dry my tears and prepare to go
home with him, leaving George o follow
us when he had settled up his business to
the best of his ability. How glad I was
to enter the dear old home looking so neat
aud cosy with its bright rag carpets and
plain furniture! What a haven of rest it
seemed to me, and when a few weeks later
when a little blossom was placed in my bo
som George and I vowed again to forever
eschew style that must be obtained by go
ing in debt or living beyond our means.
Caiko.III., Oct. 10, lSbO.
Tm: Physical Paradox. It has been '
said that "the blood is the source ot life."'
It is as truly the source of disease and
death. Mo lite, that is to sa, no healthy
tissue can lie generated from impure blond,
no organ of the body can normally perform
its functions when supplied with impure
blood. The fluid that should cany life and
health to every part, carries only weaknecs
and disease. Blood is the source of life,
only when it is pure. Kit 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 tin
system. To cleanse the blood of all impuri
ties use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery and Pleasant Purgative Pellets, the
most effectual alterative, tonic, and cathart
ic remedies yet discovered. They are spe
cially efficient in scrofulous diseases.
"DON'T KNOW HALFTIIE1R VALUE."
"They cured me of Ague, Biliousness
and Kidney complaint, as recommended, I
had a half bottle lef t which I used for my
two little girls, who the doctors and neigh
bors said could not be cured. I would have
lost both of them one night if I hnd not
given them Hop Bitters. They did them so
much good I continued their nse until they
were cured. That is why I say do not know
half the value of Hop Bitters, and do not
recommend them high enough." B.,
Rochester, N. V. See other column.
American Rural Home.
Couoiis. "Brown s Bronchial Troches
are used 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 are not 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.
The Tiikoat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have nn extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when 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 Covoii, Coi.ii. Catarrh of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitations are offer
ed for sale, many of which are injurious,
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
fire sold only in boxes.
Borne young surgeons when accidents hap
pen, In order their great skill to 6how,
Cut tho leg off closo to tho thigh,
When they only should cut off tho toe;
Like cutting off a dog's tail by tho ears,
Or the skinning alivo of tho lrog,
It Is all very well as a sugical case,
But devilish tough on tho dog,
"J'is much better by far when you're
Or have either Cut, Bruise or Burn,
To find Eclectric Oil is tho very best thing,
Aud it won't take you long so to learn.
Eclectric Oil Paragraphcr.
Sold by P. i' i, G. Scucii, druggist,
. Ik tou arc tired taking the large old
fashioned griping pills try Carter's Little
Liver Pills and take some comfort. A man
can't stand everything.
OK THE INDIANA INVESTMENT COMPANY,
HA.NKLK8, IIKOKICUS A NO FINANCIAL
ACENTS, NO. US WEST W.VSJMXGTO.N STliLKT,
SIX'ONJJ KI.00II FRONT.
Indianai'oi.is, Ind., October 1, 1880.
We offer for subscription an issue of 15,
000 first mortgage improvement bonds of
the Colorado Co-Operative Prospecting and
Mining company, issued by them in de
nominations ot 100 each, dated November
1, 1S80, due in three years from date, bear
ing ten per cent, semi-annual interest.
Principal and interest payable at our bank
ing office, liids for these bonds entire or
in part will be received y us until and in
cluding November 1, 1S80, when all bids
will be opened and awards made; we re
serving the right to reject any or all bids.
These bonds are sccurrea iy a first ninrt
cage upon mill site, mill, machintry
buildings and water rights, belonging tn
the company, which said mortgage was
duly authorized by resolution of the board
of directors, executed and placed of record.
This company was duly organized and
incorporated under the laws of Colorado,
December 3, 1870, and has no other bonded
or mortgaged indebtedness, and are work
ing their mines and making substantial im
provements on good property belonging to
the company, these bonds having been isued
for improvements in erecting stamp mill
and other works to facilitate the further in
terest of the company.
Sample of bonds and other information
may be had at this office.
The Indiana Investmknt Co.
O. J. 11. Hanna, Wm. H. Ukckkk.
Mrs. Wini-low's Soothing Syiut Rev.
Sylvanus Cobb thus writes in the Boston
Christian Freeman: We would by no
means recommend any kind of medicine
which we did not 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 perfection,
and which is harmless ;t'.r the sleep which it
affords the infant is perfectly natural, and
the little cherub awakes as "bright as a
button." And during the process of teeth
ing, its value is incalculable. We have
frequently heard mothers say that they
would not be without it from the birth of
the clii'.d till it had finished with the teeth
ing s'o ge, on any corisid'-rntion whatever.
Sold by all druggists. 'IVeiitv-tive cents a
lot tie." ' (3)
-.; 1 'cars Before the I'itblic.
Dr. C. MoIANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy " for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
ACUE AND f EVER.
No belter cathartic can he used prepara.
tory to, or after taking quinine.
Asa simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sii(;ar-coated.
Kach box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER TILL.
Kach wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McI.ane and I'i.kming Bros.
(Wgf Insi' t upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER TILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Ta.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
FOUNDRY, MACHINI' SHOP AND
Vl'LCAX IliON" WOKKS
John T. lieimie.
HA VINO (tuMishi'iJ InswurVs t the above met.
tlnni'd plan! Is better pmpHreil tlian evur for
mntiUfiutiiriliL' Mi'inn Eiik'liU'S and Mill Muclillierv
llivvini! a btenm llnmmvr ntnl ampin Touls, tin1
mHinifiirtaru of nil klmls of Miu-Mrn-ry, Hullrou.l,
siteiimhoiit ami Uridyl- Komlim made a ftiuclulty.
Especial a'.tcutlon iriveu to repairs of tl -'Inns and
Hun's C'Kitltis of all kinds made to ordi
Pine P ttlnc In all I's brandies.
JOTK'E OF ADJl'STMKST.
tlT TimAN K.MtTAIV, IlKCXASKll.
All persons having clalns against !hn rstatn (if
Thomas Martnln deceased, an hereby notified nd
requested to attend and present surii claims to thu
county court of Aleiander enmity, IPlnols, for the
purpose ol hRvlim tho same adjusted ut a terra of
shIiI court, to h held at the court liotisu, In thu rlty
of Cairo In said Alexander county, on the third
Monday ol December. A. D. lswi, tiuliiR thtrJOtU tluy
Dated September 3ith, A. 1). 1PM).
JOHN W. MAltl AIX, Executor.
JOTICK OF ADJ (J8TMKNT.
ISTATI fif JOHN Ill's Sir, DRrBABKD,
All person nnvlnir claims attnlnst the estato of
John J)uutlp.der.iad, are hereby notified and re
tjuested to attend and prusvM inch claims to thu
county court nf Alexander county. Illinois, for thu
purpose of having the same adjusted at a term of
aid court, to be held at the courthouse, in the city
of Calm in said Alexander rotiuty. on the third
Monday of December, A. D. IrM, beiutf the Mh day
Dated September U7ih, A. 1. IhSO.
OHJO & MISSISSIPPI, Ii'Y.
TIMK TAIII.K OK FARHKXdKli TUAINrt I'UOM
VINCENNKS (No?. UO, IS79.)
No. 2 DiiyExpresMEicupi Humbiy). ...1:H0 p.m.
'' 0 Kiiress (Kxcept Sunday) 1 ::tn p, in.
" 4 Nlsiht Express (Daily) 14:30a, ni.
No. 5 Express (Kxcept Hitndiiy) Ii:l)lia.m.
' 1 Pay Express (Except Nnudayj.. li.W , m.
" 3 Nitflit Express (Dally) 1 :!! a. m.
J.H.t'i AiiK. t:. S. Cons, .!.,
Axcut Vincennus. (inn. Ticket Au't Cincinnati
CAIRO A: ST. LOUIS It. II.
II. AV. StalTIIKItS, Hnretvor.
SHORTEST SHORT LINK HKTWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 hrotlKli Express leaves Cairo .;)." a.m.
Through ExpreHcarrlves at K. fit. Louis.. 5:)p.m.
Through Express leaves E. Kt. Louis.... 9:00 a.m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo 5:111 p. in.
Murphysboroarcomniodatioiileaves Cairo l::) p.m.
Mii'physhoro Acc.arrlves at. Murphyshoro ?:M)p.in.
Murphyshoro Arc. leaves Murphysboru .. 5:tloa.in.
Murphvsboro Ate. arrives at Cairo II :45a.m.
The Cairo .1 St. Lonta Hull Komi Is tho only all
Hall Koute between Cairo s.ud St. Louis under one
management, therefore there are no dulays at
way stations awaitlnu connections from other lines.
Close and sure connections at St. Louis with other
lines for North, East and West
J. A. NAL'(LE, L. M. JOHNSON.
Anient General M.iiisi:er.
ILLINOIS CKXTKAL It. It.
Shortest and Quickest Koute
St. Louis ami Cliicajro.
The Only lAno J uniting
Making Direct Connection
Tlaiss Llavk Caiko:
.'1:15 H in. Miiit.
Arrivi'u in St. Lnuls i 4. a n. ; I'biraso. :' p.m.;
CodIi1 '!:'il' at (nlluand EfliriKhaiu for CIul.ii.
Lai'. I.v jIi-.i.m'. Indianapolis and p'dnte K ist.
1 1 : l I :i.nu fM. I ..ouin and Western
iOx J irehK.
arrhit j :'i St. Louis T:i. p. m., and rennetting
for a. I pulms iVet.
-l:UJO p.m. Kant KxpreHH.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10: ID p in., and Chicago 7 : jo a m
4 :!J p in. t 'ineiimrtt i lxpresa,
Arriving at ( iurlniiail 7:l mi.: Louisville :20
a m.; Indianapolis 4:i a.m. J'ssseniirrs hv
this tnim reach the above points 1 ;j to MO
ilOl'iO In advause ol any other route.
SJTkl'.l n m ..,...,, PI'tl V AN'
Si.KEl'lMf CAR Cairo to Cmriiaatl. without
chances, and through sleejeisto St.J.ouls and
Far-t Time Kast.
,'nirov ''J t1''" "''"' c''oufh to East.
l"'.Il,t. 1 eru points without jtiy delay
mused bv Snndi.y liiii-rvenmir. The Sntttrd.iv after
noon trui'i from Coir" ntt',w tn new York Monday
inorniuu' 'it 1":.1.V Thirty-fix hou;e il adaneeof
any othi't route,
t fTer tli toupli tii k"' n". '. furl -r information,
npp.v at Mmois Centra! Ifr. ro m l-1" t. ':ro.
JAs. .IMINSON. ,! I' i()Ni;s.
i Southern A;,m i t. I'i--k-t Airent
A. 11 HANSON, (jt-ii. Fan. tit . ( hir-ieyi,
HOOTS ANIi 'llol X
Boots and Shoes
WeariDg off cn the Side
nd Ripping in the
1'or sale by
c. Jv o e it,
Manufacturer and dealer in
HOOTS AND SHOES
VI. WAYS nirie" the larivst. and best selected
ptie-k of (.'tlslntn-Miiile Hoots Mid Shoes for
ient tiud Ladies near of all tl.e latest styles, also
nhwiys on I mid a ilnu of l.usieni made uoods,
Rubbers, Leather and findini;s. Invitesail to call
ntid examine (piod and prices beiore. purchaslni,'.
MuuiiliU'tiirer and de r.er in Custom-made
N. II, All work warranted, and Repair!! neatly
done on (holt notice.
Ii.rlifL Between Commercial and
jll;lllll "l., Washington Ave.
S-4 V' lA YKAft, or fl to
1 I I II I'!"" in votir own locality
IImHINi '' 'omen do as well
I r I as in,,.. .Viiny malin morn
v v , n,nnnnt stated
above. No nnu can fall to
make mnnev fast. Any one can do thn work. You
can mukufr'om fine to )Kan hour by dovotlnR your
evening and spare time to tho business. It costs
mitMiiu to trv the business. Nothlnu llko It for
money making ever ottered before. Jtitslness pleas
ml', and strictly honorable. Reader, If you want to
know ail anout tne nesi paying nnsiness oeioru inu
public, send us your address and we Vlll send yon
roll narllenlars and orlvntu terms freeisntnples
worth lft also free; you can then make up your
mind forvonrsetf. Adtlrms (JKOUOK HTttSON
A Co., I'ottiatm, .'Baitio,
SICK HEADACHE !
We Mfian Cured, Not Merely Relit vet,
Aud Can Prove What we Claim.
rtrThero are no failures and no dlsapnitlnt-
ineiits. If you nre troubled with SICK if if, A I)
ACIIK you can Im easily and ipilckly cured, as
hundreds have been already. Wu shall bu pleased
to mall a sheet of testimonials to any Interested.
Carters Little Liver Pills
Also cure all forms or Illliousiiess, prevent t onsil
patlon and Dyspepsia, promote ingestion, relieve
distress from too hearty entitle;, correct Disorder
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, and Regulate
lb" Hovels They do all this tiy takinir just on.
little pill at a due. They are purely vegetable, do
mil erlpe or pur'e, ami hm as nearly perfect a
It Is possible lor a pi!) to be Price 'i.'i celts, Ti fur
f 1. .Sold by druggists everywhere or sent by mr.ll
CART Kit MEDItlS K .. Kit IK, I'A
Outfit sent free to those who wish X., , l
-v Ese in the most pleasant and profitable.
lousiness known. Lvervthln i.-w
ffCapilaln.it reoiiited We will ftiml-ti
everythinu. tlUa day and upwards j. vet
i-Hsllv ni aH u I , It, ii t mi u..u.. r.:H.
home out nlnht. No risk whatever. .Many new
workers wiiiiti d at onre. Many are niakitii; fort
lines at thu business.. Ladles ninke as nint h
men. and vonm. Imi i p, i.tl ..Irtd m.L-,. ,.., r,u.. v..
oue who is willing 'to wotk fails to make nior-
money every day than can be made In a week at tuy
other enipluyment. Those who ennui's at on"-
Will finil .t wliurl riiHtl r,..t,it... A.I.I. . II .
1IAL1.KTT A CO , 1'ortlaud. Maine "
AKfiitulLIKE AND AIjVESTI'KES (F
The Noted Wfktern Onllavts. Ilv Hon. J A.
liacus. I'h I). A true and thnlllni1 sc count iliius
tratediof their bold opt rations for 18 years in
ditferent states and territories, batl'lny detectirt s
andofllclals of the law. best selling hi.ok of th"
year. In otsi sold in three months W) cents for
outllt: $1 V) for sample copy. Liberal terms
auents. N I) THOMPSON A CO., Publishers.
1'lue St , St. Louis, Mo.
A WoNnxRKt i. DiKtivxttv yon Tite Ladies A
suporter for weakly ladies, that Is also a perfect
preventative to the consequences ol iarrlair,i
Price .); can be obtained bv addressing poet oS Ire
Hox 41. Alcona, KossouthCo., iuwa,
free. Address DAM
llealty. waslilncton, N.J.
TAYL(R.-AI1 pdrsonsof family name ol TA
- lor will receive Interesting and valuable ir
formation by sending address to J IilKK TAY
LOR, Jersey Cltv, N .J,
Lowest prices ever know j
on Hreech-Londen. ri'li
Our S 1 Shot Ciun
at Oreutly reduced prii
pena stamp nr our t w
( D) I". i'uwtll 4 Son.
Main street Cincinnati
llest cabinet or Parlor organs 1:.
the world, winners ol hiKb.-tt d'
tint tmn at c-v, rv L'P-it World's
Exhibition for tl.iiteen ears
I'rices.M, $'.7, JM. psi t
$.'! and upward, l or easy pay
meiits. '.-.- a ipiarter "t.tl up
ward. CataiofUes free. MaiN
.t Hamlin Oixsn ( O . IM Tr
mont street. n.stou:4'. East lit!
street. U nion f
fiuare.) New Y'ork, Yii Wabast
M A3L. T
The New Food
Mai.t T'iitti i: (Vmtany.
B I T T K U S.
rrlIERK I no creator Hiood I'roducer and 1:
sustaining pnneipl In the world ol foods or
medicine th'.n .MALT Rl ITU K v prepared from
l ufermented Malt. llop and i t.ti, ine. They feeo.
the body and the brain, t-nricl. ti.e blood, solidity
the bones, hanleu the tnu-clee. itnet the nerves,
cheer the mind, perfect d.u'e-tton. regulate the
stomach and bowels, elenm the liver anil kldnejs,
and vitalize with m v, l.fe ever." fluid nf tbu bodv .
Hewiire ot Imltntioii- 'iml'iirlv named, Look for
thn COMPANY'S Sll.Mll'KK which appears
plainly on (he lube) of evorv bottle, hold every
where. .MALT HITTERS CO.. Ilostou, Mass.
tt. w r Outfit lurnlsbf
1 j Istructlons for
I I Iprofltablebusii
vto learn, and o
Outfit furnished tree, with full lu-
for condiutlnn the most
iuess that any one iau
The business Is so et-y
our instructions are si.
sltiitile and plain, that any one cat
make preat profits Irom t lie start. No one can fail
who Is willing to work. Women are as successful
as men. ilos and ilirls can earn large sums.
.Many have made at the business over one hundred
dollars In a single week. Nothlnu like It evr
know n before, All w ho engage are surorlsd at t!.r
ease and rapidity with which they are able to make
money. You can engage In this business during,
your spare time at ureal profit. Youdo not have to
invest capital in It. Wu take all the risk. Thoso
who need ready money, should w tlre to us at onrn.
All furnished free. Address TRIE ii CO., A l
Obtained tor new Inventions, or for Improvement
on old ones; for medical or other compounds, trade
marks and labels. Caveats, Assignments, Inter
fereucus, Appeuls. Hulls for Infringements, and
ail cases arising under tho Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that have been
ti lr" I lM'T V M ny ,De I'aU-nt Office may still,
lXrjt) Hivl PjI n most cases, be patented by
us Being opposite tho U. H. Patent Department,
and engaged In Patent bnslnes exclusively, wo can
make closer searches, and aec.uro Patent moro
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
arc remote from Washington.
I Vt'VVTilPy send n a modol or sketch f
IlN I ril lVitO your device; wo make ex
aminations and advlse'a to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Prices low, and no charge unlesa Patent ls-secured.
We refer In Washington, to Hon Postmaster
General D, M. Key. Rev. K. D.Power The German
American National Hank, to olllclals tn the t!. 8.
Patent Ofllco, and to Senator, and Representatives
In Congress; and especially to our clients In every
State In the Union and In Canada, Addren
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Opposite Pat ut Office Washington D. C
) Yourselves by making mon
ey wh"n a golden chance la
Otrered, thereby ulway
keeping Poverty from your
' door. Thoso who always
take ftdvantuiie or tho pood
chances for malting money that are offered, general
ly become wealthy, while thoso who do not Im
prove such chances remain tn poverty. We want
many men, women, bov ami girl to do work for ua
right in their own localities. The business will
pay more than ton times ordluur wr.ges. W
furnish au expeuseiislve outfit and all that you
nuedfrce. No one who engages faila . to make
money rapidly. Yon can devote yon r whole time
to tho work, or only your spare liiomens. run
information and all that Is needed sent free. Ad
dress bTINSoN & CO.. Portland, Maine,