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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 29, 1830.
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WILLIAM II. ENGLISH,
At Large-William J. Allen, James 8. EwiDg.
First Dlstrlct-Wllliam C. Seipp.
Second Dlstrlct-W. J . Ilvnes.
Third Dlstrlct-F. A. Hoffman, Jr.
Fourth Dlstrict-T. B. Coulter.
Fifth District-Frederick Stabl.
Sixth District-J . S. Eckles.
Seventh Dlstrict-P. C. Haley,
fcightn District-Lewis F. reilitmn.
Klnth District-.!. W. Bntl.'r.
Tenth District-George 8. Fnhr.
Eleventh District-W. (J. awing.
Twelfth Distrlct-L. F. Hamilton.
Thirteenth Dislrlet-A. M Miller.
Fourteenth Dlstrict-W. M. Bandy.
Fifteenth District itobert L. MtKinlav.
Sixteenth Distrlct-Jolin W. Wcstcott.
Seventeenth District James M. Dill.
Eighteenth l)istric.t-M. 0. Crawford.
Nineteenth District -K. D. Youngblood.
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS.
For Sccretaay of State.
JOHN II. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
LOUIS C. STABKEL,
f St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Attornoy Oeneral
For Consreas, lbth district,
of Randolph County.
For Member of Board of E'qualiwlloa,
E.W. DRY AN,
of Jaekson county.
For Senator of the 50th district,
WM. A LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
D. T. LINEGAR,
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
"Tm right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
tha National Rights of Perrons and the Rights of
Property must be 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
lection, lor the office of County Attorney for the
ountr of Alexander. Illinois. ANGUS LEEK.
rilRCUIT CLERK We are authorised to an
v nonnrr that AI.BX. U. 1KVIN will be acandl
data at the ensuing November election fur the
flic of circuit clerk In Alexandur couuty.
IrOR SHERIFF We are authorized to aunounco
' that Mr. JOHN HODGES will hs a candidate
for rocluriton to the (.trice of Sheriff, of Alexandra
county, a the next November election, subject
only to tl vote of the people at the polls.
t7H)K('( ONER We are authorized In nnnnnnm
that i Ichsrd Fitzgerald la a candidate for re-
enaction tno uruce or Alexander county,
COUNTY COMMIHSTONKR.-W ire luthorized
to announce that THOMAS W. II A LI. IDA V is
candidate for re-election ;o the ollice of County
Amen dinner take ono of Hartcr'a T.titln
Liver Iitl and you will bo free from Hour
ruing oi ioou irora me iiomticn.
GOV. CULLOM AND TIIE WORKINO
MEN OF TIIE 8TATE.
Kt St. Louis Gaxetto.
Sholby M. Cullom, the republican candi
date for governor, relies, greatly upon help
promised him by the officers of corpora
tions. Ho expects that they see to it that
their employes will fjive him their voto,
without, either wincing or mincing, and ho
thinks his demagogical excuse, for vetoing
the "truck bill," has tended to deceive the
laborers nml mechanics, who wero to be
protected by it, hud it become a law. It is
amusing, indeed, to hear him say that his
regard for the constitution and the laws
did not allow him to sign that bill. That
as a lawyer ho knew it would not, and
could not, be maintained and upheld if
tested in the courts. That to tavo the peo
ple the trouble and expense or finding this
out, he had poekctod it. He who uttered
such miserablo excuses knew at the time
that ho was lying, and intentionally so. As
if Cullom cared for the constitution, the
laws, or the decisions of the courts nf tho
land in tho way of sonio personal object of
During the great rnilrond strike, in July
1877, certain olliccrs of certain corpora
tions, were sadly disappointed at the ex
ceedingly quiet course and termination of
that event. They had been panting for an
opportunity through the power of the gov
ernor, to tench the "rabble," as they styled
the workmen, who refused to work for
ninety cents a day, a terrible lesson. They
had hoped that the strikers would commit
excesses, in our midst, in order to give
them a more or less colorable excuso for
bloodshed and future intimidation.
The conduct of tho local authorities at
East St. Louis, tending to, and resulting in,
the profoundest peaco and order, during
those exciting days, disappointed them se
verely. In anticipation ot another cveut
of tho kind they intended to be in a
better condition to attain their bloody pur
pose. Shelby M. Cullom, governor then, and
applicant for re election cow, was ready to
bo their willing tool and potent instrument.
It was determined that ho assume control
of the local government of East St. Louis,
by tho appointment of metropolitan police
commissioners, under an obsolete and most
infamous law, of 1807.' Commissioners so
appointed, according to the letter of that
law, are in times of peace clothed with the
powers which provost marshals have in
times ot war. They are independent of
local authorities. Judges, magistrates,
sheriffs, mayors, constables, etc., are made
their subordinates. They may employ, so
called policemen, without number, and
may arm and equip them as they please,'
and all nt the expense ot the city whose
only privilege it would be, were the law
valid, to pay the expense They are
bound to obey the "governor's orders
only. They must shoot when and where
ho says "shoot," and arrest and lock up,
even without a wurrant, whomsoever his
excellency, or they themselves, may
suspect as intending to commit a breach of
the peace. These are prominent features
of that law which Shelby M. Cullom was
to execute in behalf of the money power to
which he was ready to prostitute the great
authority and power, eutrusted by the peo
ple into his unworthy hands. Strange to
say, but not the less true, tho man whoso
conscienco and legal attainments, did not
allow him to permit to go into effect an
innocent "truck bill," which in New Jer
sey is in full force, under the sanction of
the supreme court of that state could not
withstand the temptations, whatever they
were, cravenly to try to give force and ef
fect to so heinous and outrageous a law as
the notorious metropolitan polico law of
East St. Louis. We don't pretend to say
that Cullom was prompted thereunto by
corrupt motives. But why did ho so
act, it not corruptly?
While there is nothing m the recorded
decisions of tho courts of the state, denounc
ing an unconstitutional, or as otherwise
obnoxious to common justice, the terms of
the ill-fated "truck bill," of the last session
of our legislature there have been in the
published reports of the supreme court of
our state, of which Cullom, tho lawyer, can
not claim to be ignorant, three several de
cisions, rendered as early as 1870, each de
claring tho East St. Louis Metropolitan
police law ot 1807, an abomination, an in
tolerable outrage upon a free people, uncon
stitutional and void.
Shelby M. Cullom, was not only not ig
norant ot these decisions, but had them
specially submitted to him,before he acted.
More than that, the attorney general of the
state advised his excellency in writing to
the same effect. Yes, more than that, tho
principle authorities of this county, both
republicans and Democrats, united in an
appeal to him, to not attempt to revive a
law which in the part, during its enforce
ment and before its condemnation by tho
supremo court has bceu the cause of so
much turmoil, disturbance and disaster to
one of the most promising and most pros
perous points in tho state. Ho was im
plored to forego lho infliction which the
re-appointment of such officers, in East St.
Louis, would result in.
Shelby M. Cullom, as it were, spat upon
tho repeated and unmistakable opinions of
tho supremo court of tho Btatc, contemptu
ously ignored the Bound and honest counsel
of tho state's chief law officer, and treating
with undisguised disdain tno local remon
strances of even political friends, in and out
of office, hastened to do tho bidding of tho
moneyed magnates by whoso aid he expects
to procure a new lease of official life, at tho
Wo defy contradiction of the facts hero
alleged, showing the demagogtiery and
hypocrisy ot tho republican candidate for
highest office in tho gift of tho people of
Slilby M. Cullom 's pretended conscien
tious scruples about tho "truck bill" is a
mask too thin to deceive tho most simple
of minds. Tho working pooplo of tho stute
are not such fools as ho takes them to be.
Not by tho honest votes of laboring men,
out oy tno money oi urn bosses and tho cor
rupt votes of thoBo who are ready to sell
their manhood.may ho again win tho place
he now disgraces. Honest working men in
whatever avocation, regardless of political
faith, cannot consistently voto for Shelby
M. Cullom for governor nor will they t
Who ib Mas. Winhlow. As this ques
tion is frequently asked, wo will simply
sny that she is a lady who for upwards of
thirty years has untiringly devoted her time
and talents as a female physician and
nurse, principally among children. She
has especially studied tho coustiution and
wants of this numerous class, and, as a re
sult of this effort, sud proctial knowledge,
obtained in a lifetime spent as nurse and
physician, she has compounded a Soothing
Syrup, for children teething. It operates
like magic giving rest and health, and is
moreover, sure to ivgulato tho bowels. In
consequence of this artcle Mrs. Winslow
is becoming world-renowned nsabenetactor
of her race; children certainly do rise up and
bless her; especially is this tho
case in this city. Vast quantities of the
Soothing Syrup are daily sold nnd used
here. We think Mrs. Winslow has immor
talized her name by this mvahiblo article
mid wo sincerely believe thousands of chil
rcn have been saved from an early gravo bo
its timely use, and that millions yet unbor
will share its benefits, and unite In talliny
her blessed. No mother has dischnrgen
her duty to her suffering little one, in our
opinion, until she has given it the benefit of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Try it
mothers try it now. Ladies' Visitor,
New York city. Sold by all druggists. 25
cents a bottle. (1)
Itciiino Pilks is one ot the most an
noying diseases in the world, nnd yet
nil can find sure relief by the use of l.)r.
Swnyne's Ointment. It hits been tested
in thousands of instances mid invaria
bly makes a sure cure. The symptoms
are moisture, like perspiration, iutensc
itching, increased by scratching, very
distressing, particularly at night, as if
pin-worms were crawling in and about
tho rectum; the private parts are sonic
timo affected. Procure this ointment.
Header, if you arc suffering from this
distressing complaint, tetter, itch, scald
head, ringworm, barber's itch, any
crusty, scnly skin eruptions, use Dr.
Swayne's Ointment and bo cured. Sold
by all prominent druggists. (1)
TO PREVENT WRINKLES.
A subscriber wants to know how to pre
vent wrinkles, the only sure remedy is "to
commit suicide before your thirty,"' unless
every spring and fall you take Spring Blos
som which will keep your blood pure, and
flesh clear until at least sixty. Prices : 50c,
trial bottles 10c.
A GRAND REPUTATION.
Warner's Sato 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 the preparation.
It is purely vegeatablc 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.
New Haven, Conn., August 27th, 1880.
Mr. W. C. Stiiouhidoe, Agent.
DearSih: My policy has turned out a
paying investment. There is no company
like the Equitable, and no policy like the
Tontine. I recommend the Equitable to
everybody because the insurance is sure,
and because tho money paid for it is not an
expense, but comes back with interest. If I
had died within the last 10 years, my wife
would have received $2,000 cash, and now
I pocket $1,087.80, while I have paid alto
gether only $974.00. I might have a paid
up policy for $1,580, but have chosen in
stead to apply for a new policy for $2,000.
Yours truly, Patrick Gall-muier
THE PROPHET CABAII.
The correct thing to do when one has a
cough or an attack of rheumatism, is to use
Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil or if one has a
valuable horse atllictcd with some of the
diseases or hurts to which horse flesh is heir,
use the same reliable means of cure. Sold
by Pall G. Schcgh, Druggist.
"DON'T KNOW HALF THEIR VALUE."
"They cured me of Ague, Biliousnos
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 both 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." ,,
Rochester, N. Y. See other column.
American Rural Home.
PUT IT TO PROOF.
At a time wnen the community is flooded
with so many unworthy devices and
concoctions, it is refreshing to
find something that is beneficial
and pure. So conscious arc the proprie
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery lor the
Consumption of the worth of their reme
dy, they offer all who desire, a trial bottle
free of charge. This certainly would be
disastrous to them did not the remedy pos
sess the remarkable curative powers claimed
Dr. King's New Discovery for tho Con
sumption will positively cure asthma, bron
chitis, stubborn coughs, colds, phthisic,
quiusy, hoarseness, croup, or any affection
of tho throat or lungs. As you valuo your,
existence give this wonderful remedy atrial
by calling on Geo. E. O'llora, Druggist
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle free
of charge, or regular sized bottles,! 1.00.(1)
ANSWERS' TO CORRESPONDENTS.
In reply to tho man) inquiries which wo
havo received regarding a most prominent
modern remedy we would sav: To tho
beBt of our belief Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure is pure in its nature, effi
cient in its action and certain in its results.
We havo learned of some remarkable
cures which it has effected, and believe
that as a preventative of disease it is un
equalled. For delicato ladies and en
feebled men it is invaluable, and its puro
vegetabe qualities commend it to the favor
and use of all.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mtcu. Will send their celebratod Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted npon b0 days
trial, bpeedy cures guaranteed. They
mean wnat tney say. write to them with
To all who aro siiffiring from the errors
and indiscretions of youth,nervous wenkness,
early decay, loss ot manhood, etc., I will
send a rccipo that will euro you, free of
charge This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to tho Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, Nuw York City.
TOO SWEET FOR ANYTHING.
T'ia sweet to hear a maiden izh.
T'is sweet to wipe the sparkling tear drop
iro.n tier eye,
T's ewoet when agony convulso her frame,
A bottlo of Spring Blossom to obtain.
Price : (10 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
45 Yearn Before the Public.
Dr. C. McLANE'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. nnd 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 sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid wilh
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER I'ILL,
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLanb and Fleming Bros.
t Insist upon having the genuine DR.
C. McLANE'S LIVER 1'II.LS, preparedly
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Ta.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
(in and sftor Monday, .lune 7th. and until larthcr
notice t nr ferryboat will muke trips a fellown:
LBAVK4 LEAVER LEAVE
Foul Fourth ft. Miccourl Lund'g. K-LtuoUy Ld'g.
7:i a. m.
II :m s. m.
S:0 p. m.
J p. m.
T:M a. ci.
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.':) p. m.
5 :t0 p.m.
S a. m.
10 a. in.
:t p m.
5;30 p. m.
3 p. m
Cneek in your own town, ' onlflt free. No
iriHK. iteaiit r. li yna whui nufmu'im at
which Hert-onn of cither tex can make L'trvi
ay all the time they work, write for particulars to
tl. HALLKTT & CO.. Portland.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TABLE OF FASSG'OKK THAIN3 FROM
vincknnes (Nov. !50, 1879.)
No. 2 Pay ExprosnEirrpt Sunlay). ... 1 :30 p. m.
B fciire (fcxcfpt huuduyj 1 ::.n p. m.
" 4 Night Exprei. (Duily; I!!::j0a, m.
No. 5 Expresn (Except Sunday) 6:05 a.m.
" l Day Bxiireit (txcrpt sununy).. . i:r,op. in.
" Nicht txprees (Dally) .. l:Jja. m.
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Agent iucennes. Cen. Titket As t Cincinnati
CAIRO t ST. LOUIS It. R.
IT. W. SMITHKIW, Uoeeivpr.
S1IOHTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIKO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 lirunyh Expresn leave Cairo 8:4!i a ra.
Through Exprecii arrive at K. St. Lunlc. 5:Dp.m.
Through Kxprira leave E. St. Luui.... D:iM.m.
Throiifii KxpreM arrive at Cairo VII) pm.
Jiurplij 'MmroBrcoHimnuuMoi leave Cairo 1 :.W p.m.
Mil' phynlmro Acc.rrive Bt Murphy thuro 1-W p.m.
Miirphylioro Acc. leave Mnrphjhboro .. S:(ia m.
M iirpUvKlinrii Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 a.m.
The Cairo A St. Loul Hall Koad 1 the only all
Hull Koine between Cairo mid St. I.oul nnderone
management, therefore there ere no delay at
way "tatlon awaitltiK connection from other line.
Cloe and mre connection at M. Luuia with other
line for North, Earn and Wet
J.A.NAULE. L. M. JfHINSON.
Aucnt General Manager.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Line Kunning
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikixt Connection
Tiiain I.iavb Caiiio:
M:iru in. Mull.
Arriving In Ht. Loula D:45 a m ; Chicago, 8:Sfi n.m, ;
Connect at Odin and Kfilnuham for Cincin
nati, Luulivlllt', lnuiaiitipolid and puluta Eut,
11:10 n.m. St. I.ouiN nnd Western
Arriving In fit. I.oul 7:o:i p. in., and connecting
for all points Wet.
4:UO yi.in. Knnt 30xrr'ii.
For Ht. Loula and Chicago, arriving at 81. Loula
10:10 p.m., and Chicago 7 ;'W a in
4iliO p.m. Clmtlnnrtti Kxprenw.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a m,; Loutavllla 7:90
a.m.; lndlnimtioll 4.im a.m. l'a.engera by
thin train reach tho aliov point 1U to 30
UO I' US lit advance of any other route.
HrTh4:90 p. m. -xpre haa TULLMAN
SLKEI'INUCAH Cairo to CurltinalU without
change, and through leepom to Ht, Lou
Feint Time Knst.
1n cuon irnva h? ,ul 1,n0 "'h K"t
UftflCJIl 1.1 ern polnta without ny delay
cauMtit by Hiimlay Intervening. To. Saturday after
noon train from Cairn arrlvr In new York Monday
morning at 10:3:k Thirty-fix honrilu advance of
any otuer route
fKfHor through tlck.t and further Information,
apply at liiiuon Luuirai luurouu iicpui, lairn.
JAa. JOHNSON. J. 11. JONES,
Uen. Southern Agfnt Ticket Agent,
A. D. UAnbori, uea, ma, Agent. UUcogo
m "up m mm
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tlve cure for Spermatorrhea. Impufeiicv, Weakness
and all diseases resulting frciin Self-Abuse, as .Ner
vous Debllitv, Irritnhllllv, .Menial AliMleiy. Luntfunr,
Lassitude, Depression of Spirits and funrtiunal de
raiiKcments of the Nervous System generally l'sin
In Hack or Hide, Loss of Mi-imirv. Premature t'l'i
Ace ami diseases
that lead to Con
ty and an early
crave, or both.
No mutter how
system may be
from excesses of
any kind, a short
course of this medicine Mill reetore lti lost lun
tliins and procure health and happiness, where .--frc
was de.poB(lency and cloom. 'Ihe Spedic
Mi-dicliic la being used with wonderful sue
Pamphlets sent free to all. Write for Hern if J
get full particulars.
Price, Specific. l .'O per package. rr t'x pc
agea for $5. on. Will be sent by mail on receipt of
money. Address all order.
J B. SIMPSON'S MEDICINE CO.,
Nos. m sqd Mi Main St., Buflalo, N. V.
A WoNUERITI. PlSCOVKBT foR THE LADlKa A
sii porter for weakly ladles, that I also a perfect
preventative to the consequence of murrisr.'
Price J; can be obtained by addressing post olicn
Box 41, Alcona, KossouthCo., Iowa,
UltuAAo '- '"vyK'
free. Addres DAMEL
Beatty, Washington, N.J.
" XTT"rN t-0"" price ever koowa
I ' I l W "n iHreech-Londcri, rifle
lTl ' l1'l KeVovrM.
VI IJ I 1 kjOur frlfir-hot tiuri.
v ' vat tireatly redeced price.
Send stump for our New U
lns'rated Cal!o?ne (D) P. Powell & Son, '.'!
Main street Cincinnati
A GREAT OFFER!! ?tl4Aw
PIANOS, fisti.np. WAKIIANTED years "cc
ond llaad Instruments at HAK'.AINH. AOKNT
WANTED Illustrated CATAI.OtilE KKK3.
HOltACK WATtUS 4 CO , sfrt Broadway, N. .
M A.L T
The New Food
Malt Rittkhs Company.
B I T T E II S.
rpilEKEIs no greater Blood Producer and Itfo
J- sustainini: principle In the world of food r
medicine than MALT BITTtliS. prepared fro.-n
I nfernu-iited Malt, Hops and t,'uinlii. They fet'd
thehodvand the brain, enrich the blond, solidify
the bones, harden the muscles, iiniet Ihe nerv.-tt,
cheer the mind, perfect dipestlon. regulate too
stomach and bowels, tie.inse the liver and kidneva,
and vitalize with new life every fluid of the body.
Beware of imiuiloui simlisrlv' nsmed. Look fur
the COMPANY'S SH.N.U l'KK which appears!
plainly on thu label of everv bott. Sold every
where. MALT B1TTKK8 CO.. lionou, Mas.
New Bud verv Attnu'tiv Stales are now reudf
Best cabinet or Parlor organ In
I he world, winner of highest dut
Unction at ! y greitt World'
Kxhthitlon br thirteen yean.
Price. .')1 , $r.7, MI, H4, 1U t
$.711 and n I-ward. 1-or easy pay
mi nts. $1). a qnr.rter and at
wnrd. Calaloiiues free. MASOJ4
4 Hamlin Ornan CO.. VA Tu
rnout street. Boston : 46 East 14th
treet, (I'nlon Square,) Nuw York, 14U Wabash
Outfit lurnlshed Iree. with fall in
structions for conducting the most
profitable business that, any one cam
engage in. The business is so easy
to b arn, ar.d our Instruction are an
simple and plain, that any one ran
make great profits from the start. No one can fall
who Is willing to work. Women are aa snccesstnl
a men. Hoy and girl can earn largo sum.
Many have made at the business over one hundred
dollar Ip a single week. Nothing like It ever
know n before. All who engage arc surnrlsd at tho
ease and rapidity with which they are able to mako
money. Y'on can engage in ihts business during;
your spare time at great profit. Yondo not have to
Invest capital in It. We take all the rlek . Tbosn
who need ready money, should v. tire to us at once.
All furnished free. Address TKL'K & CO., Aa
Obtained for new invention, or for Improvement,
on old nei; for medical or other compound, trade
mark and labels. Caveat, Assignment, Inter
furence, Appeals. Hull for Infringement, and
all cases arising under the Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Invention that have been
tJU TVPTlfn hv tne '',JI1t Office may still,
IvrJtJ-uVJXlYUiumottcase, be patented by
d. Being opposite tho U. 8. Patont Department,
and engaged In Patent bnalnei exclusively, we can
make closer aearcbe, and aeenre Patent more
promptly, and with broader claim, than those who
are remote from Washington.
1 WV V YTi-ili J und ul moivl or 'kf'tch f
111 T JJll lu 1XO your device; we make ex
amination and advise a to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Price low, and no charge unless Patont l-ecurvd.
We refer In Washington, to Hon. Postmaster
General D. M. Key, Key. F. D.owor The German
American National Bank, to officials In tho U. 8.
Patent Offlco, nnd to Senator and Keprcentatlve
In Congress! and especially to our client! in every
Stato In the Union and in Canada. Addreti
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Opposite Pat nt nfflca, Washington D. O
tt-4 K A A 10 IK)00 A YEAR, or $ to
VII' I K I ll 12 a day In your own locality
m I ' B II I No risk Women do a well
f J 1 C 7 aa men, Many make more
Mr v than tho amount tattd
above. No one can fall to
make money fust. Any one can do tho work. Yon
ran make from one to f'J an hour by devoting your
evenings anil spare time to tho business. It cost
nothing to try the business. Nothing llku it for
money making overorTared before. Business plea,
act and strictly honorable. Reador. If yon want to
know all about the best paying business before the
Rubllc, send u your address and we will erd ye)u
ill particular aud private term free: saw pie
worth $5 also free; yon can then make np yonr
mind for yourself, Addreas UBOHMJb! HTIN80N
Co., Portland, Matte,