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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING I OCTOBER 19, 1 8S0.
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WISFIELD SCOTT HAKC0CK.
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
. Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. rARSONS.
For Recretaay of State.
JOHN II. OBKRLY,
of Alexander CouBty
j For Auditor.
LOUIS C. bTAHKEL,
ef St. Clair County.
; For Treasurer, '
of Winnebago County.
For Contress, 1Mb district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the 50th district,
of Jackson county.
D. T. LINEGAR,
of Alexander county.
H. H. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union county.
"Tbe right of Trial by Jury, the Ilabeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Frees, the Freedom of Specrh,
the National Bights of Persons and the Rights of
Property must be preserved -Extract from Gen.
Hancock's letter upon tuklng charge of tbe Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self as a candidate at the ensuing November
election, lor tbe office of County Attormy for the
county of Alexander. Illinois. ANGUS LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK. -We are authorized to an
nounce that ALBX. II. IKV1N will be acandl
date at the ensuing November election fur the
office of circuit clerk In Alexander county.
FOR SHEK1KP We are authorized to annonnco
that Mr. JOHN HODGES v. Ill be a candidate
for re-election to the bfl'ice of Sheriff, of Alexandre
county, at the next November election, subject
only to tbe vote of the people at tbe polls.
FOR CORONER Wears authorized to aunounco
that Richard Fitzgerald is a candidate for re
election the oltlce of Aletaudur countv.
GtHEIUL W. T. riUEUXAII .
"Write down the very best things yoa can think
or say of Gen. Hancock as au officer aud a gentle
man and I will eigu it."
General U. B. Giiant.
"I have nothing toseyagaiustGen. Hancock. I
bave known him for forty ve&rs. His personal, of
ficial and militarv record is good."
James A. Gahpielo.
"The man who attempts to get up a political ex
cneniem in inn counirv on me Ola sectional inn-OS
will And himself without a party and without sup-
Hon. Robert Bbu
Gentlemen: The principles of the Democratic
party are as far above the principles of the Heptib.
liean party as the battlements ol liiiU heaven are
tavftthA mudsill, nt tiAll
Hox. Carl Sciiunx.
"I shall certainly not atli-mnt in itnnuii:uii..
character of len. Hancock, and the (treat services
which be has rendered to the tuuuirv. h is a
nntleman of irreproachable character, which I shall
oldier, be baa shown signal bravery and skill In
kandiiuit troops under diSlcult circumstance!, and
M sorry to see any enurt mane iu aiscimm
his name is identified with some of tbs most splen-
-did achievements of tbe war,
flood citizen vill honor him."
xor an tun every
Coiinil John IIav.
"The Republican hands in this campaign thut at,
tempt todi lilo the private charucier ol Gen Han
rock would nnlv defile themselves.' He was a sol
dier, a patriot aiid a uiau of unsullied character, and
his private record is nnassailal'lo."
Gen. WixritiMi Boorr JIancoik.
"A full vote; a free ballot; uml a lair count."
'Public office is a trout, not a bounty bestowvd
upon the holder. No incompetent or iliehouesl per
son shotilil ever be entrusted with It.
'If called to the 1'renideticy I should deem It my
duty to resist with all mv power any attempt to Im
pair or evade the full force and effect ot the con
sut'ition, v hlch In every article, section and amend,
nient, is the supreme law of the land."
"The right of trial by jurv, the habeas corpus,
the liberty of tho press, the freedom of speech, the
natural rights of persons, and the riiibtsul property
timet be preserved."
HON. JOHN II. OBXnl.YWIU.SHtAK AT
Oolconda. Monday Octoln-rlH.
Metropolis. Tuesday October 1".
JoncsWsiro, Thursday October:!! .
Sparta, Friday Ociober.fi.
Marlon, Thursday October W.
Mnrphysboro, Friday October Sfl.
Uutiuoln, Saturday October 'JO.
Cairo, Monday November 1 .
Hy order of Congressional Committee.
UOn. WII.UA HAIITZU.L Will Sl'EAK AT
East Cape Girardeau, Tuesday. Oct. 19. nt I p.m.
McClnre s school house, Tuenday, Oct. lt. T p.m.
. HON. P. T. UNMi.Ul W1M. M'EAK AT
Murphvsboro. Tuesday, Oct. in, nt 7 p m.
Mukatn'ia, Wenuenrtisy, Oct. 30, at 7 p m.
Jonerhoro. Thursday, Oct. 81, at 7 p.m.
DiUiuoin, Friday, Oct. Si, at 7 p.m.
R. FllEUAJiZA, VV. II. GllKES,
The newspapers of the District nre requested to
copy tlio above.
It was nearly twenty yff no, says the
da) Appeal, wflen Dan DeQuile
and Mark Twain attempted to start a paper
in Mendocino county. Tliey took the type
and material ot their recently defunct news
paper establishment in San Francisco, and
loading the stuff on a big wajjon, struck out
into the country to retrieve their fortune.
They packed their type just as it stood in
the forms, tied up the articles with stout
cords by a process well know to printers,
and packing them closely in boxes, vowed
to establish a newspaper somewhere which
would be the leading exponent cf politics
and history of the Pacific coast. Had not
an unfortunate circumstance taken place it
is evident that the newspaper which they
contemplated founding would have been
alive to-day. Their journey over the moun
tains was utterly uneventful until they
reached Simpson's Station, a spot well
known to old travelers on that route. Ileie
they met a party of emigrants making for
Lower California, and the latter had with
them a small mountain howitzer, which
they brought with them across the plains.
Twain took a great fancy to this gun, and
offered fifty dollars for it, with two kegs of
powder. The emigrants were glad enough
to part with it, as they concluded the time
for its use had passed. Dan thought the
purchase of the artillery and military sup
plies was a reckless piece of extravagance,
and said as much; but Mark replied :
"When we start our paper we must fire a
salute ; a newspaper office with artillery
has a big bulge on the business; no well
regulated office in California should be
without a howitzer; if a man comes for a
retraction we can blow him into the next
county. The howitzer goes."
This silenced argument, and the next
day the two journalists took the road with
their printing outfit and artillery.
The next night they camped in a moun
tain ravine, fifteen miles from Simpson's,
and alter building the usual camp fire, fell
asleep. About eleven o'clock tbe horses
wakened them by prancing about, and the
two journalists were led to the conclusion
that a party of Indians were making ar
rangements for a night attack. In the
clear moonlight human forms could be dis
tinguished about half a mile away, at the
foot of the ravine. The idea of encounter
ing Indians bad never entered the heads of
the two fortune seekers, and they had no
arms (suddenly Twain brightened up, re
marking: "The howitzer!"
"We've got nothing but powder," said
"Well; powder '11 scare 'cm; and we'll
The piece was immediately loaded with
a big charge, and the two men felt certain
that the Indians, hearing the roar of the
gun, would beat an unconditional retreat.
The piece was hardly loaded and placed in
position when about torty of the red skins
came charging up the ravine.
Twain seized a brand from the camp fire
and was about to lay it on the touch hole,
when Dun yelled, "hold on !" as he rammed
something into the mouth of the piece uml
'Turn her loose."
The roar of theJiowitzcr echoed through
the lonely forest, and the savages with
frantic cries ot pain, reefed down the ra
vine in wild confusion.
'What in the h 11 did you put in? aeivcd
"A column of solid nonpariel and a
couple of sticks of your spring poetry."
"The poetry did the business, Dan. Get
one of your geographical articles ready for
the next charge, and I guess it'll let the red
devils out for the present campaign."
The savage again advanced. Mark at
tended to the powder, and Dan assorted the
shot, so to speak.
"Jeems Pipes's song, 'My Mountain
"Good for three Indians sotk'cr in."
"An acrostic, by John 11. llidge, in Long
"It'll paralyzo 'cm."
"Frank Pixley, on the Constitution-half
a column of leaded brevier."
"If it hits 'em, the day is won."
"Your leader on 'Law and Order.'"
"Save It as a last resort."
Dan pulled the typo out of the boxes,
and stuffed column after column in Uio
howitzer'! mouth an the savages came
charging on. Another round from the gun,
and the red-skins rolled over each other
like boulders swept away by a mountain
cloud burst. Mark, in an testacy of de
light, pulled au American Hag out of his
effects, nailed it to the tuil-board of tlio
wagon, ami was about to make a speech,
when the dusky figures of the foe were
once more seen moving to the attack.
Tlio piece- was again loaded
and this time with a double
charge. Mark's lender on "Law and Or
der;'' the puff of an auction house, by Fred
McCrellish, "as a sickener," Dan said;
Prank Gross's verses on ''The Hcbel Yell;"
an agricultural mticlc by Sam Seabaugh,
showing the chemical properties of corn
juice as an educational lever; n maideu
poetical effort by Olive Harper, and some
verses by Col. Cremory and Frsnk Soule
completed the load.
"That poctiy reaching 'em first will
throw 'cm into confusion, and my editorial
coiniug on the heels of the rest will result
in a lasting demoralization. It will be like
the last cavalry charge of the French
troopers r.t the battle of Austerhtz."
For the third and last time the faithful
howitzer belched its typographical com
pliments to the advancing foe. The havoc
was terrible. There was a wild yeli from
a score of savage throats, and then the low
groans of the dying floated up the
ravine on the gentle wind. The two men
waiked over the field of slaughter and
counted fifty-six aboriginals lyiDg in heaps.
The bodies were horribly mutilated with
nonpareil, bourgeois, "caps," misery dashes,
and unassorted pi.
"My leader cooked that man's goose,"
said Mark, pointing to a savage hanging
over the limb of a cedar.
"My geological article did the business
for him," rejoined Dan, nodding carelessly
at nn Indian, whose head was lying twenty
"The pen is mightier than tbe sword."
"You bet. Hurrah for Faust and Guten
berg!" "Is there any tye left?"
"Not a pound."
Ten days later the two journalistic tramps
reached Virginia City, weary, discouraged
and footsore, and secured places on the
Recently Dan received the following from
his former partner: ;
Hartford, Conn., Jan. 1, 1880.
Dear Dan: I send you the congratula
tions of the New Year. Do you recollect
the time we exterminated the tribe of un
lettered) savages in Mendocino county?
If you can spare the time, I wish you would
make a pilgrimage to that historic spot,
gather the ghostly relics togther, and plant
a tablet (not too expensive and at your own
expense) to the memory of the departed.
Have a shooting stick lying across a long
bow, with our monogram and coat-of-arms
entwined, and some appropriate epitaph,
carved on the stone; an extract from Curl
Schurz's view's on the "Peace Policy" might
do so. Enclosed is a dollar and a half lor
your incidental expenses;you can deadhead
traveling expenses, Yours,
P. S. Send me a thigh boue of the fallen
chief by next express. M. T.
Dan will attend to the matter in the
spring. The old howitzer used on the oc
casion is still in his possession.
Women as Lawyers. Though old Mr.
Fogy has long questioned women's fitness
to practice law, and her opinions concern
ing legal matters, no one has ever ques
tioned her opinion concerning Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. For women freely
affirm that the Prescription is a positive
cure for those "draggiug-down" sensations,
and the many diseases and weaknesses
peculiar to their sex. The Favorite In
scription is sold by all druggists under a
riTTsiiCHou, Pa., March Mth 1879.
Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.:
Dear Sir I was treated by four different
physicians without avail for disease of the
liver and uterus. Some time ago I com
menced the use of your Favorite Prescrip
tion ami Discovery, being at the time, con
fined part of the time to my bed. At first
my improvement was 6low but, I now find
myself well after the use of tour bottles of
each of the medicines. W itli many, many
thanks. I am very respectfully,
"DON'T KNOW HALF THEIR VALUE."
"They cured nie of Ague, Biliousness
and Kidney complaint, as recommended, I
had a half bottle left which I used for my
two little girls, who the doctors and neigh
bors said could not be cured. I would have
lost Ixith of them one night if I had 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. Y. See other column.
American Rural Homo,
Cholera Morbus may be eucouragod by
frequent doses of pickled salmon and un
dressed cucumbers, it may be increased by
eating unripe- plums, and may be cured by
taking Dr. Thomas' Eelectric Oil.
Sold by Paul G. Scncu.
When Garabaldl ceased his hiiih command.
And sheathed his sword that sword a bright
ami Keen one
Nought in his pocket put he but his hand.
A miifhty hand, and nobler still a clean
When sick with blood impure, boils and
pimples do infest,
Spring blossom use at once, the cheapcf t
euro and best. Price 50 cents, trial
bottles 10 cents.
OF THE INDIANA INVESTMENT COMPANY,
RANKERS, 11ROKEU8 AND FINANCIAL
AGENTS, NO. US WEST WASH INOTON STREET,
SECOND FLOOR FRONT, ...
Indianapolis, Iud., October 1, 1880."
We offer for subscription an issue of 15,
000 first mortgage improvement bonds ot
the Colorado Co-Operativo Prospecting'autl
Mining company, issued by thorn in de
nominations ot 100 each, dated November
1,1880, due in three years from date, bear
ing ten per cent, scflii-anhual tntorest.
Principal and interest payable at our bank
ing othce. Bids for theso bonds entire or
in part will be received by us until and In
cluding November 1, 1880, when all bids
will be opened and awards made; we re
serving tho right to reject any or all bids.'
These bunds aro sccurrea oy a first mort
tragu upon mill site, mill, machinery
buildings and water rights, belonging, to
tho 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,
Decembers, 1879, and has no other bonded
or mortgaged indebtedness, and aro work
ing their mines and making substantial im
provements on good property belonging to
the company,these bonds having been issued
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.
Tub Indiana Investment Co.
O. J. R. IIanna, Wm. II. Becker,
"Swavne's Ointment and Pills." The
greatest remedies the world lias ever known
curing the most inveterate case ol skin
diseases, such as tetter, salt rheum, scaly
head, barhe's itch, sores, all crusty, scald
skin eruptions, and that distressing com
plaint, itching piles. As a blood purifier
and regulator, Swavne's Tar and Sarsapa
rilla Pills are excellent. Cure sick and
uerveous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion,
ward off malarial fevers, cleausing the sys
tem and bowels of all impurities, restoring
to healthy activity every organ of the body.
Price 25 cents a box, rive boxes $1. Oint
ment 50 cents, three boxes if 1.35. Can be
sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price. Address letters, Dr. Swavne fc Son,
350 North Sixth street, Philadelphia.
Sold by all leading druggists. (2)
FREE OF COST.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Bronchits,
etc., 19 given away in trial bottles free of
cost to the afflicted. If you have a severe
cough, cold, difficulty of breathing, hoarse
ness or any affection of tbe throat or lung9
bv all means give this wonderful remedy a
trial. As you value your existence you can
not afford to let this opportunity pass. We
could not afford, ami would not give this
remedy away unless we knew it would ac
complish what we claim for it. Thousands
of hopeless cases have already been com
pletely cured by it. There is no medicine
in the world that will cure one-halt the
cases that Dr. King's New Discovery will
cure. For sale by Geo. E. O'Hara.druirinst,
Cairo, Illinois. (C)
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mich.--Will send thr-ir celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon .'50 days
trial. peedy cures L'tiarauteed. They
mean wli.it they say. Write to them with
Coffins. "Browns Brnnehial Troches
a:v tied with advantage to alleviate consrh,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions For thirty ye:irs thce Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing t'uvor.
They arj not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant us-e for
ncnriy mi entire generation, they havu at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
Tru: TuitoAT. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have an cxtrmrdinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
from cold orover-exerthm of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
A CotaiT, Cold, 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, ninny of which are injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only iu boxes.
"Malt Bitters" are Brain, Nerve and
Bloood food, peculiarly adapted to, and
warmly recommended by our druggists
and physicians for General Debility, Men
tal anil Physical Exhaustion, Hysteria,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Emaciation and
I-ViK SALE. A new Job ofllce, cumiiletein every
. particular, and just what is uanted for the run
of j -h. pamphlet aud other work in small towns.
The material was nil carefully selected at the foun
dry l)f a Job printer ol :i i years eiperlcnce, Types,
borders, etc . are of the latest ctye, nnd lu p-r-feet
order. Thu press is elijhlll medium. Vor
partlctilurs. address "A,'' care of llulletln olllce,
HOI'OSALS FOR REMOVINO HUVY TLBS.
Sealed prntiosale will be received by tbe Hoard of
Tlealtb of the city of Cairo until the M Inst., for
the removal aud cleansing of the privy tubs. Tho
contractor will be required to empty, clean and re
turn each tub as often as once every two weeks
and to remove the contents to such polut beyond
the city as mav tie satisfactory to the board. Iilde
should he so much for the removal of each tub.
Ry order of the board of health.
N. I). TJIIOTLEWOOD, Chairman.
Cairo, Ills., October 15, 1WM.
STOVES AND TINWARR.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
D AVI D SON'S.
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOKK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - Illinois,
45 Yearn Before the Public,
Dr. C. MoLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "forallthe
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of"
the Liver, and in all liilious Complaint, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival, j,
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara.
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are tincptaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has n red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S UVEK I'lI.L.
Each wrapper bears' the signatures of
C. McLane and Fleming Bros.
8 Insist upon having the Genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER I'lLLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., rittsburgli, Ta.,
the market being full of imitations of tbs
name JlcLane, spelled differently but
fJAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, .time Tlh aud until tnrtber
notice the ferryboat v. ill make l-ip. as follows:
-M a. m.
11 ::m a. m.
Vi p. m.
2:W ti. m
H a. m.
H a. nt.
5;:n) p. m.
Foet Fourth st
T:iifl a. in.
II :oo a. n.
J:Mi p. m.
I p. m.
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOElALE AND RETAIL.
TUK C1J V.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIEK .So CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street ) (vi 111
I V llll V, ill.
Boots and Shoes
Trcm Sunning over,
sndRIpping in tho
Kor sale liy
C. Jv O C I-I,
JUt.ufattiirer and dean-r in
BOOTS AND SHOES
VLV.'Y1 rarries the )n-j'-- m.d les selected
Ki-c.v of ( ii-turn-Minl.- l"..tf. n.,-1 Mmm for
.ietaiid l.hdi.- ftear'.f s'.i t' e lnti -t styles, also
b)m- i n ; Kin! a line of fa-'ern ma le gooils,
K ill' m. r.t-'.'.her and Him: i.j-. Invitcsall to tall
at.ii e:..i:iiiiir ir.io is aim pri. in-ioru uurciiariuir.
.Va..:.!iri'liir and iluuiei in CuHuiu-marfe
N'. I!. All work warranted, and Kcpalrltig neatly
done on short notice.
VJrrliili Cf Between Commercial and
EilglHU oL.j Wufuiiiutou Ave.
Cairo - Illinois.
City Ci. Kim's Ofkck.
Caiho. IPs . Mrt.Ath. 1H1
Whereas, tho comm'ttee appointed under ordi
nance No. 4!i. approved May 140' li. to tlx and re
port to the city council the t i lece at which 'lie
lots laid oil' In portions of tl e firip of croiind V0
feet wide, known as riillriinii strip, liiylng between
Fourteenth street and Ht. Cliurles Mreet. should hu
sold, did report to the rlty council nt Its Titular
tneelliif, held October Mh. (wlilih report wus
pprove d bv the city council . Ilxlni! the prices of
tints 27and !!S In block la of rnllroud addition (be
ling the ground sltHnled heiween the St. Charlts
hotel property and Itailroad allej ) which said ro
port Is on tile In my otlli o
Public notice Is hereby u'veii to the owner or
owners of the property al lining on the said lots
above mentioned thnt they liuve ilie right and prlv
liege for sixty days from the (ine hereof to pur
chase the said lot's 27 and t!S. above described lit
the prices fixed by said committee.
' I). J. Ful.KY, City Clerk.
TCTOUNDRY, MACTIINE SHOP AND
T STEAM FOKGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
98 OHIO LF ...'.CAIRO. II1S.
John T. Rennie,
VTAVIXQ established his work at the above men
miinnfactorlng dteam Knglnsi and Mill Machinery,
ii. .w,i7 a Hi earn Hammer and atntlle Tools, the
manufacture of all klnda of Macblnury, Railroad,
Gtn.mhniil and IlrtdiMi Korirlnui made a t)ecliiltv.
Kspeclal attention given w repairs of ht -tncsand
UrassCsstlnKS of all klnda made to ordei
Pipe V ttlng la ail lu branchut.
gJICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Hot Merely Iielievc.
And Call I'rovo WhatVu Claim.
fyTliero are no fallnros and no disappoint-
ineiits. If yon nrs troubled with bICK HKAU
Al'lltf you cau hit easily and quickly cured, a
hnnilreds havubeeu already. Vu hall be pleased
to mail a sheet of testimonials to any Interested
Carter's Little Liver Pills
patlun and Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, relievo
dislrcss from too nearly eatlu". correct lilorri...-
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, and Keimiate,
the Hon I'll. They do all this by taklnii Just one
little pill at a done. They are. purely vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, ana are as nearly perlect
It Is possible for a pill to be Price i! cetts, 6 for
1 . Sold hy druggist" everywhere or sent by mall
CARTER MEDICISK CO.. ERIE. PA
home out night. No risk w hatever. l any new
workers wanted at once. Many are making fort
unes at the business. Ladies make an much a
men, and young boys and girls mane groat pay. '
one who Is willing to work fails to make more
money every duy than can be made In a w eek at aiy
other employment. Those who engage at oacu
will find a short road to fortune. Addrvn. II
H ALLETT 4 CO., Portland, Maine.
AKtitnlLIFE AND ADYENTl'HES OF
anted 7, JAMES
The Noted Writorn Olltlnws. Bv ITnn. J. A.
Dacus. Ph I. A true and thrilling account (illns
tratedtof their hold operations for ID years in 31
different states and territories, baffling dctettiTT
and officials of tbe law. Heat sH ling Ik (A of tho
year, in 000 sold (n three months. '& cents fur
outfit; $l.V)for sample copy. Liberal terms to
agents. N I) TIIOM PSON i CO., Publishers, Itl
Pine St., St. Louis. Mo.
A WoNiiBRrn. DismvKitr rog tub La bias A
suportvr for weakly ladles, that Is also a perfect
Preventative to the consequences of marrlai;'.
rice !!; can he obtained l.v addressing post ofilce
Box 41, Algona. KossouthCo., Iawa,
fl)( K VO H Moss. 4 sets reeds ONLY
W-n-vsiAXii; fr,.e' Add,' DANIEL V.
Beatty. Washington, ft. J.
tTAYLOR.-All persons of family Lame ol TAY---
lor will receive Interesting and as! ueli It
fur mat Ion by sending address to J. KIHK. TAV
LOR, Jersey City. N.J,
"J T"T"T"fN Lowest prices ever known
i ' I l V"OD Breech-Loadi-nt, rif.es
I " I V and Revolvers.
l U ll k JOnr aifiHlmt Oun
w ' at (.rently redeced prle.
fend stamp for our New ti
luatrated Catalogue, ill; P. Powili A Son, i
Main street Cincinnati
ll.-st caMoct or Parlor organs in
the world, winners of tiiglo-st dls
tlnctlon at every grest World
Exhibition fi r thirteen years.
Prices. M, r.7, M. JM. 11H tu
ym anil npwanl loreasypay
nients, a quarter and up
ward. Cataiogues free. MAMlN
it Hamlin Organ CO . 1M Tre
rm.ol street. Hi.stou:4( Knst 11th
street, (t'nlon Square.) New York, 1:J Wabash
The New Food
Malt Hittep.s Company.
bit t :k; n s.
WHERE Is no ffrt-ster
Pn diicer aud llfo
J- su.lalulnu lirincinle in the wn
Id ol foods or
mrolwir,,, ihun MALT I.I lTiHS. nrenured from
t ufermeuted Malt, Hop. and i.'nlulne. 1 hey feed
the body and the braiu.enriel the blood, solidify
the bones, harden the mnsclcs. iiuiet the nerves,
cheer tho mind, perfect digestion, regulate the
stomach and bowels, dense the liver and kldns js,
and vitalize with new life every fluid of the body
llewsre ol linlistloii tmllorly named, Look for
tho COMPANY'S !-t.NllllK which appears
ulainlvon th label of every bottle. Sold every
where. MALT HITTERS CO., Boston, Slasa.
Outfit furnished tree, with full In
structloua lor conducting the most
profitable business that any one can
engage iu. Tho business Is so easy
to learn, and our Instructions are so
simple and plain, that any one cat
make great profits from the start. o one can fall
who Is willing to work. Women are as successlul
as men. Hois and girls can earn largo sums.
Many have m'ailu at the business over one hundred
dollars p a single week. Nothing like It ever
known before. All who engage are surprlsd at the
ease and rapidity with which they are able to make
monev. You can engage In this business during
your spare time nt great profit. Yomlo not have lo
lnvet capital iu It. .We take all the risk Thoso
w ho need ready money, should w tlre to us at tinea.
All furnished free. Address TRIE Jt CO. Au
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvements
on old tncs; for medical or other compounds, trade
marks aud labels. Caveats, Assignments, I ou r
foreucus. Appeals, Suits for Infringements, and
all cases arising under tho Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that have been
1V I LV I? Thy the Patent Office may still,
LibOXjyjinL' in moat cases, be patented by
us. Being opposite tho U. R. Patent Department,
and oneaged In Patent business exclusively, we can
make closer searches, and secure Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
are remote from Washington.
T VVWTrtPQ end us a model or sketch I
lii JlilN JLUJtOyonr device; we make ex
aminations and advise as to patentability. ol
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential .
Pricus low, and no charge unless Patent Is-secursd.
Wo refer in Washington, to Uon Postmaster
General D, M. Key. Hev.T. DTowrir Tbe Oerrna.
American Natlonul Hank, to oficlais In the V. S.
Pateut Offico, and to Senators and Representatives
In Congress: and espuclally to our clients In every
Utile In the Union andlu Canada. Addreii
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Pat nt, Office, Washington, I). O
Yourselves by making mon
uv when, a golden chance Is
offered, thereby alwaya
oping poverty rrom .your
iionp. Tims who always
tnko advantage of the Bond
chances for makliiK money that aro offered, Benerai
ly becomo wealthy, while those who do not im
prove such chances remain in poverty, w u war t
many men, woman, boys and girls to do work Tor ni
right lu their own localities, The business will
pay more than ten times ordinary wages, wo
furnish sn expentenslve on t fit snd all that yoa
need free. Noono who engages falls to make
money rapidly. Youenn devote your whole time,
to the work, or only your spare momente. I nli
Information and all that Is needed sent free. Ad
dross BT1N80N CO., Portland, Maine,
f Jilt n t sent Tree to thoe who wish to c
I .,. gage In Hie most pleasant and profitable
Ibuslnesa known. Everything, new
rf Capital not required. We will furulti
everything IOa day and upwards is yet
easily marl,! without stavlnir miv tri m