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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING OCTOBER 24, isSO.
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TVIXFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
At Large-William J. Allen, Jamcn S. Ewins
First District-William C. Seipp.
Heeond lintrlctW. J Hvnes.
Third Dlntrict-F. A. Hoflman, Jr.
Fourth Dlstrict-T. U. Coulter.
Ftfth District-Frederick Mnul.
Sixth Distnct-J. S. Kckle.
Seventh District- P. C. llslcy.
Klchth District-Lewis K. Keilitzccn.
Ninth Dlstrlct-J. W. Butler.
Tenth District-George S. Fuhr.
Bleventh Dlntrict-W. G. twin?.
Twelfth District-L. F. Hamilton.
Thirteenth District A. M .Miller.
Fourteenth Dlntrict W. M. Bandy.
Fifteenth Distrlci-ltobcrt L. Mchinlay.
Hixteenth Dintrict-John W. Westcott.
Seventeenth District-James M. Dill.
Kighteeuth Dintrict-M. C. Crawford.
Nineteenth Ditrut-E. D. Yonngblood.
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS,
of Clay County.
For Secrelaay of State.
of Alexander County.
LOUIS C. STAKKEL,
of St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, lbtb district,
of Randolph County.
For Member of Rourd of Equalization,
E. W. BRYAN,
of Jackson county.
For Senator oftbcSUth district,
WM. A LEMMA,
of Jackson couuty.
0. T. L1XEGAR,
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
"Tut right of Trial by Jury, the llulieas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Pres. the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rigbts of Pernon aud the Rights of
Vrope.rty tnsnt be preserved - Extract from Gen.
Hancock' letter npou tiiklng charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self as a candidate nt the entiling November
election, lor the nfllcc of County Attorney for the
connty of Alexander. Illinois. ANUUH LKKK.
piRCl'IT CLERK.-Wn are authorized to an-
v Bounce that ALEX. It. lltVIN will be acandl
data at the ensuing November election lor thu
tiflico or circuit clerk in Alexander county.
?OK SHERIFF We sru authorised to annotinco
r that Mr. JOHN IloliOKS will bo a candidate
for re election to the office of Sheriff, of Alexandre
county, at the next November election, auhject
uniy in mo ynie oi ine people ai iu pons.
17' ItCORONKR We are authorized to announce
- that llli'liard hltrireralft Is c miliilu'e lor re
;l ' ilon the office of Alexander countv.
'Write down the very best thine yoj can think
laayoiuen. itancot a as an omcer and a Kcntlu
IB auu t wo, iigu ii.
GfcMRkAL V. B. Uhakt.
"I bars nothing to ay minst Hen. Hancock.
bar known him for forty years. proul,of'
MOiJkt ana luiiiuirv ivturu is guv.
JiMfn A. GAiiriKin,
"The man who attempt to pet up a political ex
eilrnic ul in this enuutrv ou the old sections! issttes
will llnd himself without flirty iinu without snp
port." Hon. Ronc.nr ltt:ix.
"Gfiitlemrn: The principles of the lVinoctatic
party are far above the principles of the Repub
lican party ns the battlement of high heaven are
shove the in lit) rilld of hell."
I'oi.onki. John Hat.
'The Hepiililican hiiuiis in this campaign that at,
tempt Up dettlo thu private charncter of Gen Hun
ci k would only dellle. themselves. Ho was a sol
dier, a patriot slid a miin of unsullied clinracer, and
bis pnvntc record is nntiHtiiilable."
Hon. Caiii. Sdiriiz.
"I uhall rertainlv not fttleuipt to depredicate tbo
chiirac.terofGeu. Iluncock, and the (treat service
which ho has rendered to the couulrv. Ho is a
ceutleman of irreproachable character, which 1 shall
be sorry to see uuv effort made to discredit. As u
soldier, ho ha shown sicnal bravery and skill in
handlint! troops under dilllciilt circutuMaui es, and
his name is identified with some of the must splen
did achievements of the wur. For nil this every
(,'ood citizen will honor him."
Gen. Wisfield Si-ovr JUnoxk.
"A full vote; a free luillot: uud a lair count.''
"Public otllce is a trust, not a bounty bestow. d
upon the holder. No incompetent or dishonest per
son should ever be entriHtcd w itli it."
"If called to tlni Presidency I should deem it uiy
duty toresict.with all mv power anv attempt to im
pair or evde tho full force and clfi-ct ot the con
stimion. w hich in every article, section aud amend,
nient, is the supreme luw of the land.''
"The richt or trial lv ,l"rv, tho liaben corpus
the libertv of the press, till) freedom of speech, the
nuturul rishts of ocrsons.and the riphtsof property
must he preeervt d."
HON, JOHN 11. OHCKLV WILL !"rAK AT
Marion, Thursday October IS.
Murihyboro, FridHy October tilt.
Dnt jnoin, Saturday October M.
Cairo, Mondav November 1.
Hy order of ConKrcusiounl Committee.
HON. WM J. ALI.KN
Metropolis. Saturday, October SO. at 'p. m
R. FiifiANZA, W. II. Gums.
The newspaper of the District are requested to
copy the uboc.
DOWN WITH WHITE LABOK!
A LtTTKll FROM OAHULI.H.
The following letter lias liceu found
oniony the personal eorresponJencc of the
late II. L. Morcy, ot Lynn, Ma.. Thou
sands of copies of it arc being issued by
the democratic national coimiyUee :
"LPirsoual and Coutldeutiul
"House ok Representatives, (
Wamuxi.to.v, I). C, an. 23, 1880.
'Dear Sm Vours in relation to the
Cliinefe problem came duly to hand. I
take it that the question of employes is ouly
a question ot private and corporate econo
my, and individuals or companies have the
right to buy labor where they can get it
cheapest. AVo have a treuty with the Chi
nese government which should be religi
ously kept until its provisions are abrogat
ed by the action of the general government,
and I am not prepared to say that it should
be abrogated ur.til our great manufacturing
interests are conserved in the matter of
lubor. Very truly yours,
I Signed J "J. A. Garfield."
"II. L. Morev, Employers' Union, Lynn,
Here is the republican candidate lor
president. Let the honest workingmen of
the country who have families to clothe and
feed aud children to educate, contemplate
the picture. Mr. Garfield's votes in con
gress agree with this letter. He wants
"the manufacturing interests of this coun
try conserved with cheap labor." In other
words he wants to reduce the American
laboring man to the condition of an Asiatic
serf. That is why the republican party nomi
nated him and rejected Blaine, who always
opposed Chinese labor in this country.
The democratic congress passed a bi.l
against it, but Hayes vetoed it and Garfield
and other Republicans sustained tho veto.
Tain about the tariff! It is a false fic
titious insue, but this overflow of the bar
barians is a real, living and awful danger.
THE REAL ISSUE.
The Ibston Globe presents the case very
clearly and very pertinently when it says
"the contests in tho full States are now over
and the two great parties stand in battle
line ready for the final supreme effort.
Why ore these two great parties thus ar
rayed? Why is this great battle to be
fought? What is the real issue that divides
the people? Is it the sectional issue? No,
for tho attempt to force the fight on the is
sue threatened to divide the republican
party and had to be abandoned. Is it a
financial issue? No, for both parties are
livided on that, und it can only enter into
tho contest as a factor
in ecrtain states and districts
s it a tariff issue? No, for both parties
are divided iu opinion on that subject, and
the presidential candidate of the republi
cans himself holds opinions concerning the
tariff very nearly akin to those expressed on
that subject in the democratic national plat
form. What, then, is the issue? Tho real
issue is broader than any section, and more
vital than any reform of the currency or
any chango iu tho tariff. It is an issue as
to the continuunco ol popular government
itself in this country. It U tho old issue
over which Jefferson and Hamilton debated
und the people in their time fought. It is
the issue of a government of the people for
all the people, or a government by
tho few for the few. Hora
tio Seymour, pre-eminent among all our
modem statesmen, and viewing tho present
conflict from thu quiet seclusion of his
home, has sounded what should bo tho key
note of the, democratic party for the bal
ance of this campaign. In his recent great
speech bo reviewed the campaign in its
broadest and most important aspect, and
stated tho real isuc with it clearness and
power which are irresistible. Ho regards
tho present campaign as a renewal of the
old contest between those who think with
him thnt the many ore best served by a sim
ple government with limited powers, and
that each citizen should have a direct
and immediate influence upon gov
ernment ofliciuls.aud thoso who contend for
a strong central government based upon a
limited sulfruge and controlled by a few.
Seeing with the clear vision of a prophet
the steady, persistent progress of the repub
lican party toward a strong central govern
meut, reitli.ing fully the determination of
republican leaders and voters to continue
steadily in the same direction of their party
shall be retained in power, Mr. Seymour
regards all other issues as of minor rouse
quence, mul shows that the re;tl issue,
which towers above nil others, in the neces
sity of restoring, protecting and preserv
ing free popular government in this conn-
Don't catch cold, but if you do, nothing
will meet the requirements of the case as
well as Dr. .Bull's Cough Syrup. Price 2r
Mits. Wm. Ttri'KTT, Owasco, N. Y. says:
1 have worn an improved Excelsior Kid
ney Pad about three weeks, and have re
ceived great relief from it for pain in the
back. Sec Adv.
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
In reply to the man) inquiries which wc
have received regarding a most prominent
modern remedy we would sav: To tho
best of cur belief Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure is pure in its nature, effi
cient in its actiou and certain in its results.
We have learned of some remarkable
cures which it 1ms effected, and believe
that as a preventative of disease it is un
equalled. For delicate ladies and en
feebled men it is invaluable, and its pure
vegetabe qualities commend it to the favor
and use of all.
I wish I was a foreigner, Hottentot or
Or else I lived in China, where they use no
knife or fork,
For my health is really horrid, I'm feeling
And I have got dyspepsia, and got it very
Poor fellow instead ot grunting, moaning
You'd better by far Spring Blossom be try
Prices: 50c, trial bottles 10c.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth,uervous weakness,
early decav, loss of manhood, etc., I 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. Inmau, Station 1), New York City.
Cofous. ''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 ute lor
nearly an entire generation, they have 'at
tained well-merited rank among, the few
staple remedies of the age.
The Throat. "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 Coioh, (,'oli), 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"
are sold only in boxes.
Samuel A. Hew itt, Montt ray. Mich.,
writes that Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil can
not be beat by any medicine lor coughs
and colds, and for rheumatism, it works
like a charm. It has been thoroughly
tried in this place and is in great demand.
Sold by Pai i, G. Schiii, Druggist.
FREE OF COST.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Brouchit.s,
etc., is given away in trial bottles free of
cost to the afflicted. If you have a severe
cough, cold, difficulty ot breathing, hoarse
ness or any affection of the throat or lungs
by all means give this wonderful remedy a
trial. As you value your existence you can
not afford to let this opportunity puss. We
could not afford, and 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. OTIara, druggist,
Cairo, Illinois. Uj
A Down Town Merchant having
passed seveiiil sleepless nights, disturbed
by the agonies and cries of a suffering
child, and becoming convinced that Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup was just the
article needed, procured a supply lor the
child. On reaching home and acquainting
his wife with what he had done she re
fused to have it administered to the child
as she was strongly in favor of Honire
pathiy. That night the child passed in
suflering, and the parents without sleep.
Returning home the day following, the
father found the baby still worse; and
while contemplating another sleepless
night, the mother stepped trom the room
to attend to somo domestic duties, and lelt
tho father with tho child. During her ab
sonco ho administered a portion of tho
Soothing Syrup to tho baby and said noth
ing. That night all hands slept well, and
tho little fellow awoke in the morning
bright and happy. The mother was de
lighted with tho sudden and wonderful
chango, and although at first offended at the
deception practiced upon her, has contin
ued to use the the Syrup, and suffering cry'
Ing babies and restless nights have disap
peored. A single trial af the Syrup never
yet tailed to relievo tho baby, and over
come the prejudices of the mother. Sold
by all druggist". 23 cents a bottle. (6)
A GRAND REPUTATION.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
has reached a reputation that is not limited
by the confines of section or country. There
are no injurious substances nor false and
temporary stimulants in tho preparation.
It is purely vegeatablo and compounded
under a formula that has passed severe
tests and won endorsements from some of
the highest medical talent in the country.
-New York World.
J. N. Dick, of Toledo, Ohio, says: My
father, before wearing th "()iiy Lung
Pud," could not sleep on account of nib vio
lent coughing, since wearing it he has slept
soundly every night. Sec Adv.
Have you been much at sea? No, not ex
actly, but my brother married an ad
Were you ever in France? No, not exactly,
but my mother's name was French.
Did you ever have the rheumatism? No,
not exactly, but my father has and
he cured it with Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
Oil. Sold by Paul G. Sehuh, druggist.
It is impossible for a woman after a
faithful course of treatment with Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, to con
tinue to suffer with a weakness of the
uterus. Enclose a stamp to Mrs. Lydia E.
Pinkham, 2!13 Western avenue, Lynn, Mass.,
for her pimphlets.
A GOOD RIDDANCE.
For nauseous driurs. no nse there son will
For salts, magnesia, cenua vo pretence,
Dispensing chemists, all men will agree;
To view us things which they may
Bat whi n dyspepsia ails us tl.en's the. time
Syr'ug Blossom ben 't remedies, the bet
Price.-: Wc., "trial bor.ies 10c.
"DM N'T KNOW HALFTilEIK VALUE."
"They cured ma of Ague, Biliousness
and Kidney complaint, 3s recommended, I
had a half bottle left which I used for my
two little girls, who the doctors and neigh
bors suld could not be cured. I would have
lost both of them one night if I ha l not
given them Hop Bitters. They did them so
much good I continued their nsc un:il 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 Home.
We have no nervous tonic st once so re
liable and convenient as Fellows' Com
pound Syrup of Hypophosphites, and we,
therefore, gladly recommend it in the dis
eases of such organs as depend for health
upon involuntary muscular action.
MEW a i..
4o Years Before the P.ubUc.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections ol
the Liver, ami in all bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, cr diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No bct:er cathartic can be used prcpara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sujjar-coaied.
F.ach box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane and Fi.f.mim; Bros.
tiQjr Insist upon having the genuine DR.
C. McLANE'S LIVER I'lUS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Ta.,
the market being full of imitations of th
name McLane, spelled differently but
.MILL AN I) COMMIMSMN.
FLOW. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Pric PrJd for Wheat.
QAIROCITY FERRY CO.
On acrl f Monrtur. .isr.cTth. und nrtil farther
toticw the ferryboat will mine trlpi u lullo:
LlAVtA LEaVKK l.IAVKB
Fot Fourth st. Mmnri Lro.d'i;. KcLtntky Ld'u.
7:00 a. m.
S :(. to.
7:10 b. m.
f :: h. 10 .
lli.tfi a. in.
8 a. m.
IS a. m.
!;JO p. m.
CiOUNDKY, MACHINE SHOF AND
Vulcan Iron Works
3 OHIO LKYF.B. C.UHO. II Li.
John T. Konnie,
VTAV1NO itHhllfbKl hmworkji at th abovomeo
LI ttotii-d placo la iM-tWr prepared than fwr hit
rnunnfu:tur!nKHlam ltmrtrw and Mill Machinery,
llavlnit a Htcatn Uaramvr and ample Tool, tfi
ttiaiiufitctnr of all kin da of Murblnirf, Kail mud,
blJiumboat ana Jtriniro rortptg tnudv a riuciany,
Unpfclal atU'ntleu gWi'D to tttpair of hi 'ttiecui.d
Hnui fuMin of all kloda mail u mtim
NEW YORK STORE,
WJIOELSALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN Till": CITY.
GOODS SOLD VKRYCI.OSE
C. O. PAT1KII & CO.,
Cor. Nmcti-cmli treet 1 C'lil'tl III
Commercial Avenue l ' till", lilt
PROPRIETOR OF SI'KOAT'S PATENT
K EFI i IQ EU ATOR 0 A RS,
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
Id: I'.Y THE TAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty,
o 1 r I (j k .-
Cor. Twelftli Strict and Levee,
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TABLE OP PASSKMiKH TKAINS KHOM
wno:nsE!s (Nov. :J0, 17'J.)
N.i. : n :y Et n -H iKxc'pt Sunday) ... 1 : p. m.
' i.. Kpr- i tCxcopt Kuuday; ..." 1 ::. p.m.
" Nittit Exprc-9 (Daily; l-.':'i a. m.
No 'i Kipr-'Mi Except Snnilavi :fa. m.
" 1 D.iy Kiprfk (Krccpt Sunuv)... . 2:50 p. m.
' i Nii'Lt tiprtM (Daily). .' l:a.m.
J. K. C iark. t'. S. (,'osr, Jn ,
ei ViticccD!;. ieu. Tii ket Ag't Ciocloiiatl
CAIRO fc ST. LOUIS R. R.
IT. W. SMITHKRS, Itfweivttr.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Thrush Eipreoa leaven Cairo R.t'i a m
Tlirou.'h Expreaa arrvep nt E. St. Louis., b.'up.m.
Tliromth Exprena leavn E. St Loan.... B:i"i a.m.
Through Expreaa arrive at Cairo 5:10 p m.
Murj n)K.orwcomin(idat!(iiili.'ave Cairo 1 :Kl p in.
-nTpnyDoro nic. rriv,-f.i aiurpny noro 7. i p.m.
Murjilmlioro Ate. leaven Murphynboro .. .Vtunm.
M jrptivliuro Act. arne at Cairo llDa m.
The t'alro ,t st Luiii Katl Road la the only all
Hail I'oute tieteeo Cairo and ht. I.ouln under one
management, therefore tnere are no delays at
way HUiiocn awaitltiL' connc tinnr from otlu r linen.
Clone and nure connection at St Loun wr.li other
linen lor North, Eant and tet
J. A. NAVOLB. L. M.JOHNSON.
Ai'ent Oeieral Manager.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
jKrnrKHKifJiiji - -war
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Cliicairo.
The Only Line Kunniiiy;
O DAILY TK ANN'S
v rom vjuro,
Making Direct Connection
TitAiNt. .r.f,t C.tiii:
.' i: 1 ti ?ti. Mail.
Arrlvlt.? In St. Loun M' a in : Clili aan:.,lii u ni. ;
Corbel tins; at nil n ami Klrlnthiiin for Clnciii
Lati, Lonirville, Iniliunapolin nud poiuli lint.
1 1 ti.m. St. I.nuiMtiml S"'nstiTii
.rri virip In St. I.onln 7:0r, p. m.. anj connecting
for all poiuin W ent.
4 :U ),m. h'nt l-'.xju'i'um.
For St. I.ouln and Chicago, arrlviua at St. I.ouln
10:40 p.m., and Chicago , : i i a iu
l:yo p. in. (.'iiicinimt 1 Exprrw,
Arriving at Cincinnati i: am.; I.oiimvlllo T:'J0
a m.: Indlanapolln 4 ' a.m. I'lin-enjiiera ty
thin trnln ruaeli the above pulntn IU I') .'It)
lluLlts ,'n a'lvaiiteol any oilier route.
lrThn 4:W p. m. expr-nn lian I'L'l.t.MAN
si.KEI'INtl CAIl Cairo to Clndnnail, without
ehatiiten, and through leeetpio St. l.oliln and
Ch: en no.
Fntt Tiuxo Knnl..
1.icnmi-iiw l'J thin line tfothroiifh to Kant,
i ctSSMll;llS ,.rn point without ny delay
canned liv Sundiiv Imervi -ni m:. The Si.tunlay aflcr.
noon trniti from Cairo arrive In new York .Monday
mornluif at 1":M. Thlny-nla bourn iu advancuof
any other route,
rfKorthrouith tlrkeln i.tid furilier liifonnutlon,
apply at Illitioln Central Hallroud Depot, Cairo.
JAs. JOHNSON. J II. .lOMS.
(ten. Honthern Aselit. Tlckei Airetlt.
A. H. UANBON. (ten. I'aM. Atfetit, Chic itto.
OTICK OF ADJUSTMKNT.
fTATlt orTllolh M VRTAIM, IlKCHnKtl,
All pcrnonn linvltn.' rlalma acnltint the entiitc of
Tliomaa Martulti decenned, are hereby nntllled nnil
requentud to attend and prenetif nurli clalmn to th
count court of Alexander r.outity, IlUnota, for th
pnrtio'nu of haTlnii tbo niimo adjtinled nt a term of
aid ronrt. lo oc neia at trig conn nonne, in ino ruy
ii.iu..u 1 1.,vMi1it .fihtilv. tin ihn flit "ff
Monday ofDoceuiher. A. I). 1W0, iicluu llm'ih t!a.r
l)aladPpUir.berth.A. 1) ISbO.
JwU.N V, MAhTAlN, Bxeeulor
Wc Moan Citiftl. Not Merely Relii-vtt.
And Can Prove Whut m Claim,
ry'i'hire are no failure und no dlnapfui
nient. If you are, troubled with MICK IIEA)
Al UK yon can be eucily ami ijnirkly cured, a
hundred have been already 'o nliall tie pleae.t
to mall a hi et of ttftlainiilil to any iiiti rmteil
Carter's Little Liver Pil
A!no cure all loiina or IlllioiiMie". prevent ( onv
patlon and Dynpenaia. proiuoln Dluention, rell.
dmireen from toob'-aiiy eutini;, correct Dlnoriiri
of the Stomach, Mimulate the Liver, and Id-gultit
the llmvi'ln 'llii'y do all thin by tukiui Jiiri ci,.
little pill at a done. Tiny nrr purely r peialih-.d.
not jrripe or urt.'. ai.il ure u m arly perfect a
ll in ponmble for a )ill to be I'rico cert", !for
(I . Sold by dr'lit eveivwbcn- or "em by ral;
CAItTKK MKDIClSK CO.. Ki'.IE,
To Nervou Sullereri --Tliu Cfeat UnropeiiiiUui-
fdV-Iir.J. H. SiniMin'SSM('ille lledielm
Dr. J.B. Simpnon' Specllle Medicine In a pur-tin-
cure for Spernialorrhi a. Impotenry, WeaU-na
and ull did-ane ri nullinif Irom helf Alume. an tc r
voun Debllliv, Irrlialilllty. Mental Anxiety, I.annr.r
I.annltudf, I)i'prernion of.plri la uml fuiu tioimi
raniicnientn of the Nervoti Syteui peuerally Pat.
in I'.ack or Slile, Lon of M. niorv. I'ri'inalnn. O ,'
.M,'e and cineane
1 h lit lead to Con
Mimpiion I noun I
ty 'iii'J an early
crave. r both'.
No matt, r how
nhatleri'd t h e
nyntein may be
from exrennen of
any klud, a nbort
rourne oftln meiliiiiie win icni, ir- ine li.nl iul,
tionn and procure liea'ih and hnppim . where In
fnre v,an denpobdi-ury and k'l"om The hpecltic
Medicine In lieli.y urnl uuh wonderful fu
1'amuhletn m nt free to al! . Write for tfcni iri
pet full particular.
I'ricr. spi-cMc. f l.'Opi-r parkaL'e. or fit pai .
airen for $j no Will tie nent by mail ou rei dpi :
Uiouer, Addrenn all order.
.1 B. SIMPSON'S MKDK INK CO.,
Non. li4 nud Pli Main St.. lluflaio. N. Y
A WoNoriiKri. Dincovrnr ron Titr. Lanjrn A
nuporter for weakly ladi n, that i alo ajeif. r
preventative to the conncquenre of niumau'''
I'rico t-1; can he obtained by addnnnli.i; pont ot.:.:
Box 41, Alcona, Konnuuthto.. Jwa,
N tW ADVEHTISEM KNTS.
fn-c Addrem DAMtL .
Beatty. Wanhiugtoii, N.J.
4 T "T"T Ci 'o'' price ever known
1 " I iV j)"n Hree.h-Iiader, rlfl-a
III V rS" Ilevolv.r.
I J 1 1 k ir ir, Shot CJvii.
' t l.rently reduced prir.
St nil nlamp for our New I!
liintroted CataUe.-ue d 1. 1'onm II A, Srx. Ul
Mam ntreet ClnriMiati
A GREAT OFFER!! ii;
I'lANOS. Jl'nj. up. WAHANTKIi year Sec
orrt llaad Inntnimcnt at HAK'-AINS AKNTS
WAN'IHD llluntrated CAIALOLIK r'KKK
HOKAl K WATKIts ,tlO , n.ti llroadwar. N.
M: A. J-J T
Tlie New Food
Mai.t Rittkus Company.
13 1 rr rr i: 11 s.
fl'lIKKIiln no fridler Blood Producer and l,fn
1 nuntainlni: inuciile in the world of food or
inediciue than M ALT HllTKlis, prepared fro-n
I utirnii nt d Malt. Hop anil t,ulnliie. IhiTlecl
the body and the brain, enrich the blood, nohdlly
the bunen. Iiiirileii the mu( li n. nmet the nerya,
c heer the HiiiiM. perfe, t l : H'li. rcjMilate th;
ntomai h and boviein, ele n . ihc In, r and kidnej,
anil vitali.'.e u itli li'vv l'le ev rj tlmd of the body.
Beware ol Iniitnioi, nir I'nr V Mnn d, Look for
ti,c COMPANY'S SI'. N A I I' h K which appears
plainlv on the label of ,erv liottie. Sold every
where. MALT lillTKHS lO..Bontou. Mana.
New and vci v Attrai live Si tie are iiow read
Het ca 'Itiet or I'arlor orjrann la
the world, w n hern of hlchent din
tlnctii ii at i very trrciil World
Kxhlhitioii ! r thirteen year.
I'rtcen.-il , ,. $M, t Itn- ti
$.Vi and npward I-oreanypay
nieiitn. i'':.'j- a ijunrter and op
ward. CulBM.fUen free. MASON
A 1 1 it in 1 1 1) tiruan CO." VA Tre
thcnl ntreet, lonton:4'i Kant Ida
HAM LIN j
ntreet. (I'nlnn Square.) New York, II 'J WabanU
A -4 x Outfit lurnMied tree, w.th full la
La1 I I lntriirtlonn for rondiictlnij Die niont
iS I 1 ll'fol'.table bunltienn that any one can
fill I ehuuire In. 'I he bunliien in ro eay
TT to learn, at d our ln-itnu tionn are nn
nliiitile and lilain. I tint at y one rua
make treat prolltn Irom the Hurt. No one ran fall
who I willinc to work. Women are a nurcennlul
a men. Bovn and iir) can earn larve numn.
Many have made at thu bunlm n over ore hundred
dollarn In a Intfle week. Nothing like It ever
k uow n before. All who etimice are nun rind at tho
eane and rapidity Willi which they are able to mulj
money, i ou tali enituco in tli'n titim enn unn
your nparv time at Kn-at profit. Youilo i.ot have tii
Invent capital In It. W e lake all the ri k 'I tiono
who need readv money, nboiild wtlre to u at onro.
All fumlnhed free, Addrenn TKl'K A CO.. A
Obtained for new Invcntlnn. or for Improvement
nn nM nen; for medical or oilier compound, trade
mark and label. Caveat, Annlitnmeutn, Inter
ferencen, Appeuin. nun lor iiunuKeiiicuir, nun
all canen arlninu under the Patent Lawn, prompt
ly attended to. Invention" that hava been
1) 1 VPTkMV'y ,lH' l'a'ent Offlcii may ntlll,
Jl En) vAjl Til' In montcanea, lie tialented by
ti..i..A.....l,n ,1... I' ti lat.,fit f Inn.HmiiM
and euaaited In Patent hnnlnena cxclunlvely, we can
make doner aearchen, and nuenre Patent mora
promptly, and with broader claim, tlian tUonc who
are remote from Wnnlilnifton.
1 V 'i1Vrnl nend n a model or nkctcb f
J i Jill 1 UJtO yonr device! wo make ex
amination aud advlne a to patentability, free of
charuo. All c.orrenpondenc.p ntrlctly cotilldentlal.
price low, ntid no charite utile Patent In-necnred.
Wo refer In Wanhlnuion, to lion Pontn.anter
(Jenerol D. M. Key. Hev.T, D. Power The Uerrnun
American Nniloiml Hank, to official In tho t'. S,
Patent Ortke, mid to Senator and Itepreneutatlvea
In Onitrenn; and entincially to our client In tTiry
Statu In the I'nloti aud in Canada, Addreu
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Oppnnlto Pat tit nmea. Wanhltiaion I). 0
'lOlwinOA YEAR, or .'. Id
t1 a dnv In vnur own locality
Nn rlnlt Women do a well
an men, Many iniike mora
than tho amount ntateiL
above. No nun can fail 10
make money fanf. Any mm ran do the work. You
cau mnHefiom ,'ictu'Jiiii hour by dnvntlnit your
ovenlnti and apart1 time to the linnlnen. It col
nothlhirtotry the tumlnenn, Notliln like it. for
money maklnji everolTercd heforc. Bunlnena plea.
ant and ntrlctly inimitable Header, If yon want to
know all about the bent pavlnu bunlnecn before tbt
pulille., netid tin ynur adilrena mid w will end yun
ft,)) pnrtlrular and prirnto term freimamplej
worihi'i alnofreei yon can then mako up your
rr.lt d torveurnelf. Addrea OKoMOK HTINKH
A Co., ) ottiibd, Malta,