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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 20, lS0. '
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TVIXFIELD SCOTT HASC0CK.
WILLIAM II. ENGLISH,
& Large-William J. Allen, James S. EwIiir.
First District-William C. Selpp.
Second District W. J Ilvnes.
Third Distrlct-F. A. HoU'iimn. Jr.
Fourth District T. B. Coulter.
Fifth District Frederick Slahl.
Sixth Distnct-J. 8. Eckles.
Seventh Dlstrict-P. C. Haley.
Eighth District-Lewis F. t ellitzsch,
Ninth District-.!. W. Butl.r.
Tenth District-George S. Fuhr..,
Eleventh Distrlct-W O. Ewlng.
Twelfth Distrlct-L. F. Hauiiltua.
Thirteenth Distrlct-A. l .Miller.
Fourteenth l)lttric.t-W. M. Dandy.
Fifteenth District Hubert L. Mchlnlav.
Sixteenth Dlstriet-John W. WestcoU.
Seventeenth District James M. Dill.
Eighteenth District M. C. Crawford.
MneteeuthDistrut-K. D. Yountblood.
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PAHSON8.
of Clay County.
For Secretaayof Slate.
JOHN H. OBEKLY,
of Alexander County
LOUIS C. 8TARKBL,
of Bt. Clair Comity.
For Treasurer, ;
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, lbth district,
of Randolph County.
For Membor of Board of Equalization,
E.W. BUY AN,
of Jackson county,
For Senator oftho50th district,
WM. A LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
D. T. LIN BOAR,
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
"Tns right of Trial by Jury, the riaheas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, tlm Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Persons and the Rights of
Property mast be preserved.-Extract from Gen.
Hancock ! letter upon taking charge of the Louie
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self as a candidate at the ensuing November
election, lor the office of County Attorney for the
county of Alexander. Illinois. ANUl'8 LEEK.
PUHCUJT CLERK. We are authorised to an
" Bounce that ALEX. II. I It V IN will he arandl
4 ate Bt the ensuing November election fur tho
Office of circuit clerk In Alexander county,
Ii'OK SIIKRIKF-Weare authored to Btinonuee
tba( Mr. JOHN IlOlMilis will lv a candidate
for re-election to the office of Shenir, of Alexandre
toonty, at the next November election, subject
only in the vote of the people at the polls.
IFOR OORONKU-Wo are authorized to announce
that Richard Fitzgerald Is a cuiidldnle for re
election the ofllce of Alexander county.
OBBRBAL W. T. HlJRKMAtf .
"Write down tlie very bestthini'S yoa can think
orsayofOen. Hancock a an officer aud a gentle
man aud I will li'U ll "
Obmsbal U. 8. Uiunt.
'I have nothing to say against (jen )aticnrk. I
kare known him for forty years, His irronnl,of
JcisJ and military record is good."
JaKF.8 A . OABflBI.I).
Tho ninn who aitemnt to get tin B 1'Olltlcal 6X
ritementin till country on the ol.l sectional isacc.i
will finct hiniseir without a puny nuu uhboih sup
Hon. Rouxnr llttx.
"Gentlemen: Tho principles of tho Demonatic
- . . i It... ...:.w..,.l..u ..(' ill.. W..1111K.
party are aa inr ai'ovw uiu ihihviin." ... i... ...
Mean party as the battlements of high heaven are
above the mudsills of hell."
Colon 1.1. John Hay.
'Tho Republican hands In this campaign thu at,
tempt to uYille the private character of (ien linn
cork would only detllc themselves. Hewususoi
dler, a patriot and a man of unsullied character, aud
his private record is unassailable,''
Hon. Caul Sriinus.
"I shall certainly not attempt to depredicaiethe
character of (ien. Hancock, and the prent services
which he has rendered to the country. Ilo is a
U'entlemanof irreproachable character, which 1 shall
be sorry to see anv ed'ort made to discredit. As a
soldier, he has shown siciml bravery and skill in.
handling troops under difficult circumstances, and
his name Is identified with dome of the most splen
did achievements of the wnr. For all this every
j;ood citizen will honor him."
ir.s. Winfiku) Scott Hancock.
"A full vote: a free ballot: and a Inir count."
"Public ofllce is a trust, not a bounty bestowed
upon the holder. No incompetent or dishonest per
son should ever be entrusted with It."
"If called to the Presidency 1 should, deem it my
duty to resist with all mv power anv attempt to Im
pair or evade tho full force ttud etl'c ct ol the con
stifition, which in every article, section and amend,
ment, is the supreme law of the lnud.''
"The right of trial by jurv, tho h.ibens corpus,
the liberty of the press, the freedom of speech, the
nutural rixbts of persons, and the riplitsol property
must be preserved."
DEMOCRATIC ME ETIN US.
HON. .IOIIN 11. OURHI.Y WILL STKAK AT
Marlon, Thursday October SS.
Murphyshoro, Friday Octobers.
Duiiiioln, Nuturday October 3d.
Cairo. Monday November 1.
I)y order of Congressional Committee.
HON. WM. J. ALLEN
Metropolis. Saturday, Octobers", at 7 p. :n
K. Fheoanza, Wm. 11. C.iirKN.
Secretary. Cliaii 111:111.
The ne wspapers of the District are requested to
copy the above.
THE FACTORY FOREMAN.
It was just such an American village as
you seen in pictures. A background of
superb buM mountain, all clotted in blue
green cedars, with a torrent thundering
down a deep gorge and falling in billows
of foam; a river reflecting the clouds in the
sky, and a knot of houses, with a church
spire at one end and a thicket of fuctory
chimneys nt the other, whose black smoke
wrote ever changing hieroglyphics against
the brilliancy of the sky. This was Dap
plevale. And iu the rosy sunset of this
blossomy June day the girls were all pour
ing out oi the broad doorway, while Gerald
Blake, the foreman, sat behind the desk, a
pen behind his ear, and his small, beady
black eyes drawn Lack, as it were, in the
shelter of a precipice of shaggy eyebrows.
One by one the girls stopped and received
their pay for one week's work, for this was
Saturday night. One by one they filed out
with fretful, discontented faces, until the
last one passed in front of the high railed
She was slight aud tall, with large velvety-blue
eyes, a complexion as delicately
grained and transparent as rose-colored
wax, and an abundance of glossy hair ot
so dark a brown that the casual observer
would have pronounced it black; and there
was something in the way the ribbon at
her throat was tied and the manner in
which the simple details of the dress were
arranged that bespoke her toreigu birth.
"Well. Mille. Annette," said Mr. Blake,
"and how do you like factory lifer'
"It is not disagreeable," she answered, a
slight accent clinging to her tones, like fra
grance to a flower, as she extended her
hand for the money the foreman was count
"You have given me but four dollars,"
she said. "It was to be eight dollars by
"Humph!" he grunted, "you ain't much
accustomed to our way of doing things,
are you, mademoiselle? Eight of course;
but we deduct two for fee"
"A fee? For what?" Annette demand
ed with flushed cheeks and sparkling eyes.
"For getting you the situation, mademoi
selle, to be sure," said Mr. Blake, in a su
perior sort of a way. "Such places don't
grow on every bush. And folks naturally
expect to pay something for the privilege."
"I did not!" flashed out Annette Bevelle.
"Oh well all right. Because, you
know, you ain't obliged to stay unless you
"Do you mean," hesitated Annette, ''that
if I don't pay you this money"
"You can't expect to stay in the works,"
said Mr. Blake, hitching up his collar.
"But the other two dollars?"
"Oh," said Mr. Blake, "that's a percen
tage the girls all pay."
"But what is it for?"
Mr. Blake laughed.
"Well, it helps out my salary. Of course
you know, tho girls all expect to pay some
thing every week for keeping their situa
tion in a place where there's so many anx
ious to get in."
"And Mr. Elderslie?"
"Oh, Mr. Elderslie," repeated Blake.
"Ilo hasn't much to do with it. I nm master
at tho Dapplevalc Calico works."
"Mr.Elderslioowns it, I believe?''
"Well, yes, ho owns it. But I manage
everything. Mr. Elderslio reposes the ut
most confidence in my capacity, ability, and
and responsibility. Mr. Elderslio is a
good business man. Ho understands his
own interest. And now if you'vo any mote
questions to ask" .
"I have none," said Annette, wistfully.
"But I want this money mysell. I work
hard fur it. I earn it righteously. How
cun I afford, and how can tho others among
these poor laboring girls, to pay it to your
"Eh?" ejaculated Mr. Blako, jumping
Irom lils scat as If some insect had stung
"I will not pay IV calmly concluded
"Very well very well. Just ns jou like,
mademoiselle," cried tho foreman, turning
rod iu the face. "Only if you won't con
form to the rules of the Dapplevalc
"Are these the rules?" scornfully demand
"Prfiy consider your name crossed offtht1
book," went on Mr. Blako. "You are no
longer in my employ. Good evening,
Mademoiselle whatever you may call you
self." And Mr. Blake slammed down the cover
of his desk as it it were a patent guillotine,
and poor Annette Dtvelle's neck was un
Two or three of the factory girls, who
had hovered around the open door to hear
the discussion, looked with awe-stricken
faces at Annette as she came out with f 1,
which she had received from the cashier, iu
"You've lost your place, mu'inselle,"
whispered Jennie Burton, a pale, dark-eyed
little thing who supported a crippled moth
er and two little sisters out of her.nr.ilcted
"And he'll never let you iu again," ndd
cd Mary Rice. "He's as vindictive as
"It matters not." said Annette. ' ;?rHs
a rogue, and rogues sometimes out-general
"But you can't starve," said Jennie. Look
here, ma'amselle, come home with mo. It's
a poor place, but we'll make you welcome
till till you can write to your friends."
Annette turned and impulsively kissed
Jennie on her lips.
"Thank you," said she, "but 1 do not
need your kindness. My friends are nearer
thau you think."
Aud Annette Dcvelle went back to the
iittle red brick cottage, all thatched with
the growth of the woodbine, where she
lodged with wife of the mail who tended
the engines in tho Dapplevalo works.
"Docs he cheat you, too, ot your money?"
she asked when Simou Tettingell came
home, smoke stained and grimy to cat his
"One-sixth I have to pRV him," said
Simon, with a groan, as he looked at the
five little ones around his board. "Yes,
Miss, he's a villain; but the world is full of
such. And I find it a pretty hard world
to get on with. Mr. Elderslie never comes
here, or maybe things would be a bit differ
ent. Mr. Elderslie lives abroad; in Paris,
'He is in this country now." said Annette.
'I intend to write to him.'
' 'Twon't do no good, miss.'
'Y'es it will,' said Annette, quietly.
The petals of the June roses had fallen,
a pink carpet all along the edge c-t the
woods, and the Dapplevalc works wore
their holiday guise, even down to Simon
Pettingell's newly brightened engine, for
Mr. Elderslie and his newly married bride
were to visit the works on their wedding
"It's a pity Ma'amselle Annette went
away so soon," said Simoc. to his assistant;
"'cause they say the master's kind hearted
in the main, and she might have spoken up
Mr. Gerald Blake, in his best broadcloth
suit, and mustache newly dyed, stood smil- j
ing in the broad doorway as the carriage
drove up to the entrance, and Mr. Elderslie,
a handsome blonde-browned man, sprang
out and assisted a young lady in a dove
colored traveling suit to alight.
"Blake, how are you?" he said, with the
carelessness of a conscious superiority.
"Annette, my love, this is Blake, my fore
man." "Mademoiselle Annette!"
And Mr. G.-rald Blake found himself
cringing before the slight French girl
whom ho had turned from the factory door
a month before.
'I must beg to look at tho books, Blake,'
said Elderslie, authritively. 'My wife
tells me some strange stories about the
way things are managed hero. It became
so notorious that the rumors reached her
even at Blythesdole springs, and she choos
es to come and see for herself. Annette,
my darling, the best wedding gift we can
make to these poor working girl is a new
foreman. Blake, you can consider your
self dismissed' '
'Not another word,' cried Mr. Elderslie.
with lowering brow, and Mr. Gerald Blake
crept away, with an uuconfortable con
sciousness of Annctto's scornful blue eyes
Elderslie turned to his wife.
'You were right, my love,' said he. 'The
man's face is sufficient evidence against
And a new reign began lor poor Jenny
and the working girls, as well as for Simon
And Annctto never regretted her week's
apprenticeship at tho Dapplevalo calico
roisoNXii) Atmommieiie, And poisoned
water, having lost their purity and become
contaminated with the lank diluvium and
noxious soluhlo products of decaying vege
tation, breed not only malaria in its various
forms, but give rise to disorders of tho
stomach, liver and bowels, always of a dan
geroiiB character. No antidote to malarial
poison hits yet been discovered which has
so signally demonstrated its remedial value
as Hotitctter's Stomach Bitters, which
breaks up tho worst paroxysms of fever and
ague and bilious remittents, and prevents
the first attacks, or a recurrence ot these
and kindred malarial disorders. As a
stomachic and general tonic, ns a rccuper
ant of vital energy, and as a restorative of
bilious regularity, nctivo secretion, and a
healthy habit of body, tlilu preparation is
unrivalled. Throughout those portions of
the Lnitcd States and in tropical countries
where such disorders are prevalent.'it is re
garded as a standard anti-malarial spe
Have you been much at sea? No, not ex
actly, but my brother married an ad
Were you cver.in France? No, not exactly,
but my mother s numo was FrcncM.
Did you ever have tho rheumatism? No,
not exactly, but my father has ami
he cured it with Dr. Thomas' Eclectrir
Oil. Sold by Paul G. Schuh, druggist.
As Eleoant Tpii.et Pukpauation, hair
dressing and resfijrativo is lound in "Lon
don Hair Color Restorer." It seldom fails
to restore gray or faded hair to its original
youthful color and beauty. Falling hair" is
checked by its use, and it produces a
growth of beautiful young hair, soft, glossy
and luxuriant. It certainly is tho most
cleanly and effective hair restorer now be
fore tho American people.
A. A. Gibson, Barrytown, Duchess coun
ty, N. Y., writes: Dr. Swayne & Son, Phil
adelphin: Gents I enclose a pustoflice
order for eight dollars; please send me one
dozen "London Hair Color Restorer." It
has stoppcil my hair from falling, and re
stored it to its natural color. It has proven
satisfactory in every respect. The "London
Hair Color Restorer" can be obtained at all
the leading druggists at 75 cents a bottle.
GIVEN TO FIND.
Given a go xl (logging, to find a school
master who doesn't feel it more than
the boy ho is flogging,
Given advice to find a man who will act
Given a bottle of Spring Blussom, to find a
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach,
Biliousness, Heartburn, Constipation,
Kidney and Bladder Complaints that
it can't cure.
Prices: 10 cents; trial bottles, 10 cents.
To all who are sufft ring from the emus
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., 1 will
send a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
AN EDUCATIONAL ENDORSEMENT.
The Rev. C. A. Harvey, D. D., of the
Howard University, of. Washington, has
addressed the following letter to Messrs.
II. H. Warner & Co., of Rochester, N. Y.:
Gksti.kmes: I take pleasure in stating
that I have for two years past been ac
quainted with the remedy known as War
ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and
with its remarkable curative eflieii ncy in
obstinate and so called incurable cases of
Blight's Disease in this city. In some of
these cases, which seemed to be in the last
stages, and which had been given up by
practit ioners of both schools, the speedy
change wrought by this remedy seemed
but little le-s than miraculous. I am eon
vineed ti.s.t for Briyht's Di.nase, in all its
stiigf-s. n,t l' lnedy heretofore discovered can
be field f r ore mnii nt '1 comparison
with this. Respectfully
t C. A. Harvey.
Saml'KI. A. Hewitt, Monteray, Mich.,
writes that Dr. Thomas' Eclt.utric Oil can
not be l eat by any medicine lor coughs
aud cold.-, and for lheumatisin, it works
like a eliotin. It lias been thoroughly
tried in this place and is in great demand.
Sold by Pali. G. Same, Druggist.
Con.Hs. "Browns Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hourseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years these Troches have
been in use. with annually increasing favor.
They are not new and unttied, 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 TmtOAT. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have an 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 Cocoir, Coi.n, Catahhii 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 safe, many of which are injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are Sold only in boxes.
If I were g' ing to buy a violin what
me hod should I take to get it cheap?
Why wait till father or mother had the
Rheumatism and then buy a bottle of Ec
lectric Oil. For I should not only get
them cured but a phial in (Violin.) sold by
Pace O. Sait ir, Druggist.
45 Years llefore the Public.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for oil the
ills that flesh is heir to." but in affections of
the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys.
pepsin, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after .taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequalcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never t.uc,ar-conte(1.
Each box lias a red-wax teal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLanb and Fi rming Bros.
83P Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PI LLS, prepared 07
FLEMING BROS,, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of Imitations of ths
name McLane, spelled differently but
.Miiiiutacttiror mid doalcr In ruptoni-imnlv
BOOTS ami SHOES.
Finest ami Xnitt'st
stuck of Custom
Made Boots and
Shoes fur Bnys'uiitl
Men's weuv to be
found hi the city.
Xo other shop cuu
t'oinptiro. wilh it.
N. 1! All work wiirrnnlvil, and Hi'jMlrtni; ti' i.tly
done a xlioit nottrc.
Bi'tHiTii C'oirMiii-ri :h! nnil
Boots and Shoes
From Banning over,
JeariDgoffon lie Side
and Ripping In the
1'ur rule by
C. Iv () C IT,
Mauufurturrr und ui iili r in
BOOTS AND SHOES
I.WAYS ciml" thi' lar?' t und ln -t c.-liTtfil
' Meek ol I'M-ioPi-Mailc llm.i ami Mimn fur
1 ;.'!itfc Mi..l 1 i.iiii u ,.hf ,.r wit ti,,. '. :t....t -!....
nlwnvK i 'j, I. nurt a .in of Kn-tTti mil" ?ioin.
I! :M-.-r.. I... iiln-r aud liiidlut:i. InvitoHBll to (all
mill i'v itiiii.r "'mil- und uritc luttort' niiKlniuir.
31 1 LL, AND COMMISSION.
FLOCK. GKAIX AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
IIirl.eM fash Price Paid for V.'Leat.
rjMJE CITY NATIONAL BANK
V. P, HAU.iriAY, rri.ripnt.
II. I.. IIALI.IDAY. Vid- I'r. .ident.
TUUS W. HAU.1DAY, Cashier.
I. TAT TAYLOR, W. V. HAf.LITMT.
HKNKT L. DAI.I.IIUT, ' B. II . fS N1M.1UX,
S. U. WIM.IAMtoN, FTKI'lirS BIKD,
B. II. CAMIEK.
Kxehausrt', Coin and United States Bonds
noruirr and hold.
Di'i'dnlnriwlvi'd und 1 fncral tmltlae buciui-f
VAKIE'I Y STOKE.
yKW YORK STOUK,
WII0E1AI.E AND BETA I L.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TJIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
c. o. path: it co.
Cor, Ninwi'ontbutwt) f'ttivo Til
ComincrciKl AvtMit'1 illlV. ill.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale DoMer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON,WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Lioadr a Specialty.
O F IT C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street anil Levee,
m. 1 Otltfll aetit free to ll
1 1 L uwv lti the niiirt pi
T ! WliieM known,
m P t'npltnl not leqtitn
V evtirvtbliitf. fin a tl
Otltfll n'tit nve to Ihono who wloh to en-
lili'tmaitt mill )irutltnniu
I, X. vi'ry 1 11 1 11 K new.
rvd. Wo will fitrtllHh
CVHrvillllllf - f li'A uiiyimu iiirui. in ji-t
uirnilv iiiftilu without Btiiylnit nwiiy from
hmne mr nlint, No rlik whatrvor. Many new
wnrltorn wanted at oneu. Many aru malilnir fort
niiiit ut the htiHlni'KK. Lndlrn ninka 11 tnucli im
mull, and vomiu boy a and firl mnao great pay. No
tint1 who la wllUiiK to work fulla to tuaka mora
mnnt y oyery day than enn bo matin In a week at auy
other employment. 'I horn w ho i'iiii):a nt ont t)
will fl ml 11 fliort rout) to fortune. Adilrcn IV
1IALLKTT & CO., l'uriland, Maliw.
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Sot Merely Piellew.-
Anil Cuu rrovu What wo Claim.
rtTTInTti aru no failure ami rm dlntppulrl
1111 111a. If.YMii am troubled with Slt'KiiKA77
Al'IIK ymi tin he euiiiy and quickly cureu, as
huudreila have beep alruaily. We, hIiuII lie jiieun'.:
In mull a ulieet uf totliumiluU to any Inli reHti tl
Carter's Little Liver PilN
Alao nire all lortnif of r.llioui'iH'M. prtvint Con::
patlmi and Hyapeiiala, promoto DIltmIoii, relieve
illlri H from ton hearty entlnj;. correct liinjrrter
nt the Stomach. Stimulate the I.ler. am! Ifeirulatr
lliu llim i li They do all thlii hy ukinir jtt onu
little pill at 11 dnu. They are purely rccetable. d"
not cripe or pure", ami are n m urly perfect
i' I.. ptiKnible lor a pill to be I'rii e cer la, 5 fo
$1. Sold by (Iniu'-'int" rvi-rvMherti or "cut hy iiui,
t'AKTKlt .VLDIi m; 1(1 . KKIK. l'A
To Nci'UjII Sllll'erel
nit - lr. .1. Ii. Simi
Tlie (-rent Ktirojieiin -n.-
llr .1 B Mnipiii,;i Specific Mi'dirim- U a po,
th'. t lire for Spenniitiirrii'H, Iinpotenry, Wi km
Hnd nil tllfeiiM-f reuniting Imtn Self AIiiim'. an Net
voiifi llehilltv. Irritability. Mental Anxiety, I.uni;ui.r.
I.anf itutlf. Jit-prci-ion of !plrlic nml functional J,
rnui'i irieiitK of the Nervona Nyntem L'' nerlly l'niu
in I'ui k or Sltie. I.on nf Memory. I're mature (lie.
Al'!' and oin'afin
that lend to Con
f.imption I iii-nni-ty
nnl nn mrly
urine, or both.
No ii.utti-r how
ayati'in may he
from t'Xt'oaai'tt of
an) kind. ahuit
Coiime of thla niedn ine will riMure tin; lout lum
tlot.a and time 11 re health and happlncn. wh r t
f ire wa tlcfpuHili'ticy and u'I'kjih. 'I he Spixi'! -Medicine
la belca uaed with wonderful :
l'mmiulcta tent free tu all. Write for tin tn a."".
fi t fuil particular,
I'rlre. Specific. $1 .'! per pa knte. or t'x Pf
alien for $'1 ijo. Will be. aem hy mall on rcit ipt j'.
money Addreaa nil ortlera,
.f I). SIMPSON'S MEDICINK CO..
No lit aud ij Main St.. litillalo, N 1
AnenlH II.IFK AND ADVtNTCKKS
The Xottil Western Outlaw- l!v Hon. J. A.
liacua. I'h D. A true and thrllllnn'acconnt (Him
tratediof Ibi-ir bold 051 ratlona for IS yeara In Jl
dltfi rent alslea and terrltorlea, t afllin di-ti cthva
and oflldala of Hie law. lli-at tolling hi ok of ttv:
year lutNiiaold In three montha. M) centa for
outtll; Jl.VJfor aample copy. Liberal terms V
Bfetita. N I) TIIO.M I'SON ACO., 1'ubliahera. ' . )
1'llie 5t . St Lonla. Mo.
A WosurKKt L niat-ovKKi- run nir. LDiKa A
auporter fur weakly Indict, that la sii-o a pi rlc".
nri-veritHlivij to the c .iiitetjuercf a i.f m art I.e.--l'rlci;
f): can be obtained ty aildn tali'i; pott cfc'
Boi 41, Alcona Koaaotithto., Ua.
I'll) i 'I Xl"!". 4 ' rectla 0L
UllViUt;fr(, Addrcat OANIKL i-'.
Iteatty. W aahin'ton, N.J.
T "'J I.0ett prlcia ever
U on Hreei-li-Loaders,
i. 1( lur ! 1 T Shut Ciun
at iireany rniuceu pric.
hi nd ttatnp it r our t Ii
luttratnl Catalriirue il'l 1'. l'owll A Nm,
Main atrcet Clnt::nnatl
I'lAN'tlS. jl'-i. up. WAUKANTEIlrt yeara Sac
r,r r Iliad Im-truineDf at HAItu.MNS AOKNIH
U'AVIKU IlliiMrated C A I A I.Ul.l K KHKK
IInKACE WA'I Kits A CO., W, liroadwav, N. 'i .
JYI A .JL, T
The New Food
Malt Bittku.s Company.
J3 I T T .1? n S.
rrilEUKla no creater lllood rrodticef and Ufa
A tuttaliiing principle In the world ol fooda 01
medicine than M ALT LI'fTI-.llS. prepured from
t'ufermi nted Malt. Hopa and I, tilnlne. 1 bey feed
the body and the brain, enrich the blood, tolldlry
the honea, hnrdt n the miifcli a. timet the nima,
cheer the initiit. perfect dieatttin. regulate tho
ttnmach and boHeia, ckMnae. the liver and ktdncja.
and vitalize with new lift evi ry fluid of the body.
Hftvare nt Imitations tlmllarlv named. Look f. r
the COMPANY'S sK.NA'lLIiK which appears
plainly on the label of every bottle. Sold every
where. MALT HITTEItS CO., lloaton, Mats.
Nov Hint vorv Attractive Styles urc now ready
T 4 i JV I Heat cabinet or Parlor orjana In
Jl;l0Ui I the world, wlnia-ra of higheatdiii
I tliictlon at every great World'd
AND I Exhibition fur thirteen years.
I l'ricea, M , $!17, fiitl, $M. $IO to
TT 4 1 T 1 V I and upwaid. For euay pay
Il;VjllJlil inentt, fii.:l8 a quarter and up
I ward. Catalogue free. MAON
lV(l YJ I Hamlin Organ CO, VA Ire
UilU O I moiitatreet, lloaton : Eatt 14tk
atreet, (I'nlou Snuiire.) 'ew Vork, 14H Waba-a
$d NOuttlt liirniahed tree, with full In
I I latriictloinfor cotiiltu til g the moat
I I Iprtifltiihlu biialneaa that any one tun
I eugaBelii. The bitalneta la i tm-y
v to learn, and our Instruction are to
almple and plain, that any one cna
make great profit trom tlie atari. No oue inn lail
who 1 wllllug to work. Women are a aurcetaful
aa men. Hoi and Klrla can earn large turn.
Many have made at the btihlnt ta over one hundred
dollar. Ii a tingle, week. Nothing like It ever
known before. All who encage are urnrlad at tho
eaati and rapidity with which they are able to mako
money. You can engage In tin bualnet during
your apare time at great profit. Youdo not have to
Invett capital In It. We take all the ritk. Tloto
who need ready money, tbotild wtlru to u at once.
All furnlahed free. Addre TKVE & CO., An
Obtalnod tor new Invention, or for improvements
on old oue; for medical or otber compound, trsile
mnrka und label. Caveat. Assignment, Inter
ferouco, Appeal. Suit for Infringement, and
all cae arlln under tho Patent Law, prompt
ly attended to. Invention that have heon
tT? I VCT VI ) "y ,no falcnt Odlco may ttlll,
JiJjtl JlityXi.i'lnniotcaa, be rmUmted by
n. Uelii(toppoalt the U. S. Patent Department,
and onRaired In Patent bnlnc exclusively, we can
make cloter aearche. and ecure Patent mors
promptly, and with broader claim, thau thocu who
nre remote from Waalilngton.
iVVVXTfUfQwutl model or akctcn t
LFi V rill IV JIO your device; wc make ex
amination and advlae at to patentability, free ol
charge. All r.orrcapnnduune atrlctly confidential,
Price low, and no charge onlo Patent la-aucurtd.
Wo refer In Waahlnirton, to Hon I'oat matter
Oenoral D. M. Key, Itev. V. D.Power Tho Herman
American National Hank, to official In the 1!, S.
Patent Ofllce, and to Senator aud Kupreauutativet
In C"iiBTeta: and eapeclally toonr client In every
State In the L'nlon and In Canada. Addratj
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Oppoatta Pat nt Ofllce. WaablnttOD U. 0.