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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOItNING OCTOBER DO, ISSO.
THE DAILY EFLLETIX.
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TVIXFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
AtLargc-Willlnm J. Allen, Jatma S. Ew'.ng.
Kirt District-William C. Seipp.
Second District -W.J. Ilvneo.
Third DWrlct-F. A. llotlmiui, Jr.
Fourth District- T. B. Coulter.
Fifth Dlxtrict -Frederick Stabl.
Sixth Ditrict-.I. S. Ecklc.
Seventh Dintrict-l'. C. Haley- .
f.tL'hth District-Lewi 1-. tullitzacn.
Ninth Iliftrict .1 . W. Euller.
Tenth Dintilct-eorjje 8. l;uhr.
Kleventh DiKtriet-W. . Kwing.
Twelfth l)itrlct-L. F. Hamilton.
Thirteenth liitrlct A. .1. Miller.
Fourteenth Dlntrlct-W. M. Uaiirt.
Fifteenth DlHtrlc.v-ltobert L. ckln ay.
Sixteenth DiMrlrt-Jiilin W . J e-tcott.
Seventeenth Dlntrlct-Juiuea M. Dill.
Kighteentli DiKtrict-M. t: Crawford.
MiuetcentUDIntriet-K. 1). "Voiiuijblood.
Democratic State Ticket.
' of Cook County.
LEWIS II. rAKSOSS.
For Secretaayof Stute.
JOHN II. OBEHLY,
of Alexander County,
LOL'IS C. HTARKEL,
nf St, Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Conjre, 1Mb dintrlct,
of Randolph County.
For Member of Uonrd of Kqnall.atlou,
E. W. II RYAN,
of Jaekaon county.
For Senator ofthe5Qth district,
WM. A. LEMMA,
of Jackton county.
I). T. L1SKOAH,
of AleiKuder county.
U. n. BUCKINGHAM,
of Cnlou county.
"Tbi right of Trial by Jury, the Haiiea Corpn,
rhu I.ttiprtv of the Pre, tlm Freedom of Speech,
the National Right of Pervoua aud the Right of
Properly mum, bo preserved.- txtract from lieu.
Hancock' letter uou tHkliig charge of the l.oulit
t.VV..- .. .u'... "j ...j
i aiilf k iirwtlHii1i, m(. Him tMitfiitnif iivi-lnhnr
nl!VTV iTTflTIVPV I twtri.hv n.nti ,mipn mv
lection, lor the ullice of County Attnrm y for the
. i tni..i- ivi'iu i-vtr
counir ui Aii-aauuvr. jiuuuin, n.ui r-
CIRCUIT CLERK. -Wn are authorized .to an
J ,.. Al WV II 1IIVIM uilll I.., nun.li
dato at the euulni( November election fur tlio
omceoi circuit ciem in iiexanuur ruunij,
VOR MIBKIKP-Ww authorised to aminmirn
1 that Mr. JOHN HODOEH will be a rnudldule
for l - election to tho office of Sheriff, of Al t&Vidre
tour 7. at the next November election, luujuct
vni,' n ine toio oi in people at me pon.
Vi. CORONF.R-Wear authorized to uniioutire
Wiat Richard Fttituerald I a rntidlda'u for M'
lection the omce of Alexuder couu'.v,
COUNTY COMMISSIONKU.-Weuro mth irlwd
to announce that TIluM AS W. IIALLIDAY i
, a candidate for re-election to the ofllco of County
vwuuita.iuu.i , VUPUIIIK e UIFIJ .
' After dinner tako ono of Cartcr'a Little
Liver Pills aud you will be free from sour
rising oi looti iroiu uiesiomacii.
Pl'KTInkxt to tho mfammu lottcr of Our
lielil, wherein lio advises that American la
bor is no better than tho, chenji lubor of
Cliina, the New York Mercury stutes acom
pany has been fonucil iulhatcity for the
purpose of introducing (.'hiucnc Inboreru by
hundreds of thousands A capital of 10,
000,000 tioa been subscribed, and orders
given for the construction of twenty iron
steamship that are to bo put in tho trade
as fast as they nra constructed. Under tho
Hurliuganic-republican treaty Chinese la
borers are allowed to como into this coun
ry without becoming citizens, retaining al
legiance to their own imperial government,
and yet have all the benefit of the laws of
the United States whilo driving out Ameri
can labor. The scheme will pay enorm
ously, of course. As soon as the monopo
lists have secured, aa they expect, a new
lease of power through Hai fluid's election,
with a promise of a third term of Grant in
188-1, they will give themselves up to the
task of plundering tho labor of the coun
try and reducing it to slavery.
Tin: inlamous letter of Garfield embody
ing an assault upon American laboring men
Bhows the duplicity and hypocrisy of the
republican candidate, who claims to be the
"champion of American labor." Just look
at the letter again :
'Personal and confidential
IIovse ok Representatives, i
Washington,!). C, Jan. 23, 1SS0.
Dear Sir Yours in relation to the Chi
nese problem oame duly to hand. I take
it that the question ot employes is only u
question of private and corporate economy,
and individuals or companies have the right
to buy labor where they can get it cheap
est. "We have a treaty with the Chinese gov
ernment which should be religiously kept
until its provisions and abrogated by the.
action of the general government, and I
am not prepared to say that it should be
abrogated until our great manufacturing in
terests are conserved in the matter of labor.
Very truly yours, J. A. Garfield.
"II. L. Morey, Employers' Union, Lynn,
Democrats beware of offers to swap votes;
vote for llartzell. Make no swap of any
All over tho IStli district, republicans
are offering to exchange a republican vote
for Hancock for a democratic vote for
Thomas. This offer means that they are
If there is no swapping votes and no
illegal voting the election of llartzell is
assured, und tho republican managers
FOR HON, JOHN H. OBERLY.
The Chicago "Republican Advocate,"'
edited by a colored man, says:
"A large mass mcetin occurred at Paci
fic hall, last Monday night. Addresses
were made by Messrs. J. J. Bird and A. t .
Ilradley. Tho former endorsed tho repub
lican ticket, but declared that as John II.
Oberly was a true friend of tho colored
man, lie should support In in tor secretary
of state, and advise tho colored voters to do
so. Mr. Bradley affirmed his allegiance to
the republican party, but declared that as
the county had snubbed the colored vote in
the convention, and hissed the speaker who
urged tho recognition of the colored peo
ple, ho intended to scratch tho ticket.
Resolutions endorsing the sentiments of the
peakers were passed by a largo majority."
YE GODS, WHAT A SPECTACLE.
Says tho New York World : "Wouldn't
it bo an edifying spectacle to see Arthur,
as vice-president, presiding over a discus
sion in tho senate of a bill relieving him
from the burden ot defalcations which oc
cured in his ofllco while he was collector of
New York? Did not Senator Coukling in
troduce such a bill into the senate some
timo ago? Has that bill ever passed the
iousc? May not that bill bo returned to
tho senate? Is a public officer who was
turned out of office by the
Hayes administration and whose
O.T;ciiil accounts to thi3 day remain
unaudited and unsettled, exactly tho sort
of person whom tho "busincsB men" of New
York wish to see seated in the vice-presidential
AROUND THE WORLD.
A fume that is world-wido and aenuired
in tho short space of a tew years, must have
true merit lor its support, J)r. 1'ieie s r am
ily Medicines have gained such fame and
tho foreign orders tor Golden Medical dis
covery tho greatest blood-puritler of tho
nge,lor Ins t'leiisant l'urgative Pellets (lit
tie sugar-coated pills), his Favorite Prescrip
tion woman's best friend and other rem
edies became so great, that a branch of tho
World s Dispensary lias been established in
London, England, for their manufacture.
From this denot thev are nh ittucil tn i-vcrv
part of Europe, and to tho East Indies, Chi
na, japan, and oilier countries. Their sale
in both North and South America is per-
lectiy enormous nml increases yearly.
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
rropneiors, jiiiuuio, is. v., and lireat Rus
sell Street Buildings, London, Eng.
royal centre, CassCo., Ind., Feb. 28, 1870.
Dr. R. V. Pierce:
Dear Sir I tako pleasure m writing my
testimony with others in regard to your
valuable medicine. For a long time I have
suffered from disease of tho lungs and until
I used your Discovery found nothing that
did mo any good. Thanks to it, I am re
lieved and recommeud it to all.
Yours truly, Mary Kennel.
It is impossible fgr a wnmnn after a
faithful course of treatment with Lydia E.
Piukham's Vegetable Compound, to con
tinue to suffer with a weakness of tho
uterus. Enclose a stamp to Mrs. Lydia E.
Plnkham, 21)3 Western avenue, Lynn, Mass,,
for her pamphlets.
Who is Mrs. Winblow. As this qucs
tion is frequently asked, wo will simply
s;;y that she ia a lady who for upwards of
thirty years has untiringly devoted her time
and talents as ti female physician and
nurse, principally among children. She
has especially studied the constiution and
wants of this numerous class, and, as a re
sult of this effort, and practial kuowledgc,
obtained in a lifetime spent as nurso and
physician, she has compounded a Soothing
Syrup, for children toothing. It operates
like magic giviug rest ami health, and is
moreover, sure to regulate the bowels. In
consequence of this urtclo Mrs. Winslow
is becoming world-renowned asabenetactor
of her race; children certainly do rise up and
bless her; especially is this the
case in this city. Vast quantities of the
Soothing Syrup are daily sold and used
here. We think Mrs. Winslow has immor
talii'.cd her name by this liivahible article
and wc sincerely believe thousands of ct.il
ren have been saved from an early grave be
its timely ie, ami that millions yet unbor
will share its benefits, and uuite In ealliny
her blessed. No mother has dischargen
lier 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.
I aniNo Piles is one ot the most an
noying diseases in the world, and yet
all can find sure relief by the use of Dr.
Swayne's Ointment. It has been tested
in thousands of instances and invaria
bly makes a sure cure. The symptoms
are moisture, like perspiration, intense
itching, increased by scratching, very
distressing, particularly at night, as if
pin-worms were crawling in ami about
the rectum; tho private parts are some
time affected. Procure this ointment.
Reader, if you are suffering from this
distressing complaint, tetter, itch, scald
head, ringworm, barber's itch, any
crusty, scaly skin eruptions, use Dr.
Swayne's Ointment and be cured. Sold
by all prominent diuggists. (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 tako Spring Blos
som which will keep your blood pure, and
fl'ish clear until at least sixty. Prices : 50c,
trial bottles 10c.
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
arc no injurious substances nor false and
temporary stimulants in the preparation.
It is purely vegeatahle 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, 1S80.
Mr. W. C. Strouhidok, Agent.
Dear Sin: My policy has turned out a
paying investment. There is no company
like the Equitable, aud no policy like the
Tontine. I recommend the Equitable to
everybody because tho 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 $1,037.80, while I have paid alto
gether only $'J74.90. I might have a paid
up policy for ?1. 580, but have chosen in
stead to apply for a new policy for .2,000.
Yours truly, Patrick Gallamilr
THE PROPHET CABAII.
Tho correct thing to do when one has a
cough or an attack of rheumatism, is to use
Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil or if one has a
valuable horse afflicted with some of the
diseases or hurts to which horse flesh is heir,
use the same reliable means of cure. Sold
by Paul G. Schcoii, Druggist.
"DON'T KNOW HALF THEIR VALUE."
"They cured me of Ague, Biliousness
and Kidney complaint, as recommended, I
had a half'bottle left which I used for my
two little girls, who the doctors and neigh
bors said could not be cured. I would have
lost both of them ono night if I had not
given them Hop Bitters. They did them so
much good I continued their dsc until they
were cured. That is why I say do not know
half the value of Hop Bitters, and do not
recommend them high enough." B.,
Rochester, N. Y.' See other column.
American Rural Home.
PUT IT TO PROOF.
At a time wnen tho community is flooded
with so many unworthy devices and
concoctions, it is refreshing to
find something that is beneficial
and pure, So conscious are the proprie
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery lor the
Consumption of tho worth of their reme
dy, they offer all who desire, a trial bottle
free of charge. This certainly would bo
disastrous to them did not tho remedy pos
sess the remarkablecurative powers claimed
Dr. King's New Discovery for tho Con
sumption will positively cure asthma, bron
chitis, stubborn coughs, colds, phthisic,
quinsy, hoarseness, croup, or arjy affection
of the throat or lungs. As you value your,
existence give this wonderful remedy a trial
by calling on Geo. E. O'llara, Druggist
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle free
of charge, or regular sized bottles,$l. 00.(1)
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
In reply to thu uianj inquiries which we
have received regarding a most prominent
modern remedy wo would sav: To tho
best 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.
Wo have learned of some remarkable
cures which it has 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
vegetabc qualities commend it to the favor
and use ol alL
There is no finer therapeutic agent than
Electricity. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, a
standard remedy lor lameness, soreness,
bruises and abrasions of the skin disease
of the throat and lungs, piles and kidney
troubles contains it. Veterinary surgeons
also command it lor horse and cattle uis
eases. Sold by Paul G. Schuh, druggist.
To persons employed in constant mental
toil, study or anxiety, Follows' Compound
Syrup of Hypophosphites is especially
adapted, namely to teachers, clergymen,
editors, law.yicrs, and impecunious business
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING I'Nl'ALLEl)
FOR IN THE POSTOFKICK AT CAIRO, ILL.,
FRIDAY OCTOBER 21), 1880.
Anderson, Mrs. Francis; Bouray, Hyda;
Browdy, Mrs. E; Roman, Mary J; Broun,
Martha L; Bradley, Emeline; Bradley,
Lizzie; Cain, Mary; Dicks, Annie; Day,
Margaret; Deharucd, Mrs. S. J; Galhreath,
Mrs, 15; Hopkins, Solly Ann; Harris, Ella;
Harden, Lucy; Howes, 11. J; Hopkins, Fan
ny; Irwin, Maggie; Koehler, Caroline; Lin
gle, Allie; Mclean, Mrs. II. N; Marny,
Miss J ; Moss, Lizzie; Martin, Martha;
Maskinson, Clara; McCawley, Millard;
Ostlo, Millie; Parker, Maggie; Ros'j, Mrs.
V. T; Ay, Miss Charty; Sellers, Robert;
Snell, Mis. Rudy; Sullivan, Nancy ; Wilson,
Mrs. Mary; Wilson, Mclviny; Walker, Net
tie; Wade, Laur.t; Williams, Nancy: Will
Atwell, Wm; Barsson, Louis; Beliuist,
Walker; Baker, J. W; Bledsoe, Joseph;
Burgois, John; Barrow, C; Benny, Chas;
Crouch, Wm; Corey, Thos; Caue, John K;
Cooper, Isaac; Culberton, Frank; Custer,
L. E; Crutchlield, G. II ; Davis, W. P; Dun
& Co., R. G; Drum, Frank; Dixon, George;
Dernick, Clarence; Dumont, C. T; Elms,
Joseph; Easley, Geo. W;Englehart, Albert;
Fox, John ; Griffin, Jas; Gamble Wagon Co;
Hunt, Thos. J; Hyde, Jacob; Hayson, C;
Jacobs, W. L; Johnson, John; Johnson.
John C; Jones, Jas. M; Koen, Nicholas;
Kearney, John; Kelly, A. J; Louglin, S. B;
Moncourt, L. 1); McAnalen, J. L; Medley,
Jilts; Mason, Hudson; Mead. Fred. M;
Marrow, W. (1; Madeson, G. W; O'Malh y,
Patrick; O'llara, Edward; Russey, E. A;
Rosewater&Co; Str. Will Kyle; Smith,
Rufus; Spraul, Renan : Smith, J. A: Smith,
John ; Tucker, Wm ; Turner, Fred ; Wi Hiatus,
Wyatt; Williams, Walter; Williams, Caleb;
Wortliington, J. K; Winston, Claiborne.
Persons calling, for any of the above-
named letters, will please say adverii.-ed.
Geo. W. M Keaio, postmaster.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mini.--Will send theircelebrat.id Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon o0 days
trial. Jypccdy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them w ith
Cocous. "Browns Bronrhial Tioclies
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchia! 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 bv wide ami constant use lor
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among tho few
staple remedies of the ago.
The Throat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on the organs of tho
voice, lheyhavean extraordinary effect
in all disorders of thu throat and lamyx, re
storing a heallhv tone when relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Spcub.'vs nu'i smgtis furl the Iroches use
A Col on, Cold, (Vnniiii t.f sore throat
requires immediate aiu tition, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brow n's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitations are offer
ed for saie, many of which arc injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes.
J. N. Bick, of Toledo, Ohio, savs: My
father, before wearing the "Only Lung
Pud." t ouhi not sleep on account of his vio
lent coughing, since wearing it lie has Sicjit
tou.idly eveiy night. See Adv.
Bronchitis, a pit-monitor of con
sumption, is characterized by catarrh
or inflammation of the mucous mem
brane of the airy passages, with cough
and expectoration, short btenth, hoarse
ness, pains in the chest. For all bron
chial affections, sore throat, aphonia
or loss of voice, cough, "Dr. Swayne's
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry," is a
well known curative. Price 25 cents
and $1 a bottle, or six Mottles for 5.
The large size is the most econoihical.
Prepared only by Dr, Swayno & Son,
Philadelphia. Sold by all prominent
druggists in Cairo and elsewhere. (1)
The Weekly Bulletin.
$2.00 Per A.nnnm
The Weekly Bulletin.
43 Yean Before the Public.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "forallthe
ills that flesh is heir to," hut in affections of
the Liver, and in nil Bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, 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 ihey are iniequaled,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER 1'II.U
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLanb and Fleming Bros.
tay Insist upon having the genuine PR.
C. McLANE'S LIVER 1'ILLS, prepared by
FLEXING BROS., Pittsburgh, Ta.,
the market being full of imitations of tho
name McLane, spelled differently but
(JA1KO CITY FKK11Y CO.
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QUIO MISSLSSIiTI K'y.
TIME T'lil.K OK l'ASSHNOLR TRAINS FROM
vinci'nnes (Nov, ;:o, 17'J.)
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' 0 Kiiri-n I i.scept Sunday) l:Vip. in.
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SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ihronph Exjr-M leaver Cuir i S: V. a m
Tarnr'-!i Expr' arrive at E. M. Lnula.. .Vmip.ni.
TliroUL'h Lxpp-m leave E. S'. Loum.... 9:aia.in.
Thront'h Expre arrive at Cairo. ....... . R: Ml p.m.
Murpnytnrucrimmolutl:ilciiv.-( alro l : 0 p.m.
Mii'ph'i(iro Ace. arrivc t Miirjhvlioro ":'M m.
Murpuyaiioru Are. leave .nurphyhoru .. vnoa.tn.
MurpUvrhoro Arc. arrive at Cairo 11 :.'fa in.
The Cairo A lit. Loul Rail Road 1 Hit) only all
Rail Route l etween Cairo and St. Luui under one
maimircment, therefore tln-re. ar" no delay at
way "tutlon awaltiiiL' conui'ttloii from other line.
Clo-e mil ure connection at St Loul with other
line for North. Eatt and Wel
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ConnuctitiK at odln and hilumliiim fur Cinciti'
call, LuuIhvIIId. Indlatinpoli mid polnla I'.iM.
llilO a.m'. Ht. Loiiin und VwUrn
ArVlvIrm In Rt. Lout T :r, p. m., and coimoctiLH
for all point Wut.
4:U( p.m. l;,(iwt KxproMH.
KorPt. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. l.ouli
10: 10 p.m., and CLIcoko 7:W a in
4:'JO p.m. CirH'innutl Mxpronn.
Arriving at Cincinnati T:i a m.; Lnuivllln 7:30
a.m.! ImllaiiHtioll 4:(i a.tn. I'nenver ly
this train reach the above, iiolnta 1 IJ to 3U
Hol'KS tn advance of any other route,
HrThe4:S0 p. m, xprei baa l'UI MAN
M.KEl'INd CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, ihout
rhunnc, utid through ileepera lu bt, lo . unl
Fnft IMnTo Ent.
Pn coon rr oik! h.' HilHn ROlliroiiuh loKat.
J. aaft'ii m 1 vril piituiR without nv diduv
caused My Sunday liitefveiilnit. Th Snturdav after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Momlnv
mnruitiu at 10:35, Tntrtyti houri In advance of
any oilier route,
USTfor throni?h ticket and furlbnr Information,
apply at Ullnola Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
JAS. JOHNSON. J H. .IONES.
Oen. Houthern Agent Tlckut Aeent,
A.U. UANHUN,Uh, Eail, ArobI, CUicugo,
Q.ICK HEADACHE !
We Menu Cured, Not Merely Relieve'".
And Cun I'rovj What we Claim.
tfTheru urn no failure unit no dlappii.a'
liieiitH If you ara trouliled ttlth HICKHEAji"
ACHE you cun he easily nml ijulckly rurtil,
hundred have hei ll already. We hali bo !)t"i.-""i
io mall a xhi ct of teittliuniiial fouiiv I iit.:r.-t ct. -
(liter's Little Liver Tills
AIo cure all form of liliioiimc. prevent ('cinm:
pull. in and lypcinlu. promote Ulitcatlon, rell.'T
dutret from too hearty eittlni;, correct DlnoriiM
of tho StoiiiHch. Stimulate the Liver, ut.d Itegnii',.
the Rowel. They do all thi hy tnWiiii Ji.rt i,!:-,
little pill at a dine. They are purely ve(.'cll!, j,,
not irrip" or iur". ana tiro h nearly perfect u
it I pofi-llile lor a pill to hi:. Price tfi cel ts, S
SI. Sold by druc!it evcrywliere or ent hy nut
CARTER MEDICINE CO . ERIE, 1'A.
To Xi'i vous fJiifl'ereis- '1 lie lireat European Riu
cilv-l'r. J. H. SlmpMiii'sSpei i lit- Jlediclne.
.Dr. .1 B. SIiipon' Hpeclrli: Mullcine l a p
live cure lor Spi.riiiHtnrrlicii, Impnteiicy, t cuki.f ,
and nil dieae reultlng fmru Self Ahi.n'. s Ne.
ou Debility, Irritability, Mriital Alikb-iy, i.nncui.f .
Latitude, DeprevMon iif Spirit ami I'linrtional il
ra litre men t a ol the Nervuii Sytem m rnlly J 'm i
111 Hack or Side. Lo of .Mi innrv. l'r. iimturc iV
Al'i-' and en-cane
that lead to Con
and an early
1,'rave, or tiutb.
No malt r Low
ytem nmy lie
from exc,-fe of
any kind, a hoit
courae of thl medii nit-win rfl"re lh iiifl lui.
tlon and lirocure hcBiib and happluc. where I
fire via de-pullili-ncy und l'Lmuu. The Specir! -.Meillciiio
I bi-ltg uneil viiU wonderful a ..
I'fciniiblet tint free lo ail. Write for iLim art
i;et lull particular.
1'rice. specllle. f I .'0 per pa kec. or r'x nc:
aui lor f W ill l fin hy mail ou ttttlpt of
money. Addre nil order,
.1. 11. SIMPSON'S MEDICINE CO.,
No. IN end Pi Main SU. llutlaio, N, .
A WoNDrmn. niinvriir rin tiix Laixki A
uporti'r for weakly ladle, that I alu a erfir.
iircvcntallvo to the conequenci of marrUi;
l'rlce $.1; can be obtained by ddrrli j; pent oli,rt
Rox 41, Altrona. KoouthCo., Iowa,
Mi 14 rton-r Kir-H".'i. t I'irii I'-T.
bviaoyixu. W H SCHILfl LL1N 4 CO H T
tr.n Personi RMtfir
DE. KLINE SGIUAT
U U mJ Nerve Restore
rr all Dana a Slav LoMiit. i!ai
flirt ft tU. tj'iUvtu and An AjT'dumt.
IK'ai lui I If Ukn M dlrrctrd. A" f'U Kff
tiritdn ,uy. 'lrilte an.) 12 trial bottlefrwii
'Pit laiitula, they iatnf xpiwaaxa. Sn4 nainiL
P. o. tti'l eiiirri. sd ln-x lo La. EMNB.V I
A rcL t L PulUOcipklat i'a. iapntKifuddrtigu!
Obtained for new inveutloii. r for Improvement
on old one ; fur medical or other co.npounn. trade
mark and label. (. avi-at. .l, nmi'Lt. Inter
fereuce. Appeal. Suit for I i.frt : t!" ment. ni
all cae aiiinir under thu 1'titent Luw. prompt
ly attended to. invet turn tnat nave ncn
V 1 V(VVW ,,v "le ''atent Office may ti!l.
lirtl Pjj I Jul' in niot c.. . be patented hy
u. Bciutr oipolto the l". S. Patent Department,
and enftuted in Patent buine t xeuhely. we can
muke cloer aearebe. mid eeure Potent more
iirniiintlv. and with broader claim, than thore who
are remote from Whiniiton.
i YV It V 1 1 i If n u u model or metcn t
111 T Jii' 1 1'li' your device; we make ex
amination and advte a to patentability, free of
charite. All rnrrofpoiidcuco Hrlctly confidential.
Price low, aim no cnar-c unie i au.ni t ecurti.
We n fer in Warblntrton, to Hon I'otmatr
General D. M. Key, Rev. F. I). rower The German
American National Hank, to official In the V. S.
I'ateut Ofllce. and to Scnatura and Rupreaentativea
In Onirre: and epectally lo onr client in every
State in the I'nlou and in Canada. Addre I
C. A. SNOW & CO..
0upollo Pat nt Office, WnUtnton t). C
W)M VO " s"l'' '"' f''"1" ONLY
ll"ni,ufr,.o'. Addre DANIEL K.
lieatty, WafhitiKton N.J.
J TTTfN Eowet price ever known
I ' I l V' Rreeeli-Loiuler, riflf
III tA,nd "fvolver.
l lj 1 1 IV lOwr !f?15 sliot Onn.
' ,whI Orcatly reilKced price.
Semi etitmp for our New II
lulrated Catnlnctie (D) P. Powell it Son, '.
Main street Clncliiniitl
A GREAT 01TEH!!iVi,wiipffANew
PIANOS, f I'll), tip. WARRANTED year. Sec
ond Hand inurnment nt HARti.MNS. AtiENTS
WANTED llliiflratcd CATAI.OOlE FREE.
Holt ACK WATERS & CO., No Hroadway, N. Y .
M A.L T
The New Food
Malt Hittkkb Company.
B I T T E R S.
rrilERE I no trrcater lllood Producer and life
I Hiitiilnlnu prtncltile In tb world ot food or
medlclno tlmu MALT HITTERS, prepared Item
rufermelited Mult, Hop and 1,'ullilnc. 'Jhev feed
the body and tho brain, enrich lliu blood. ollilify
thu Iioiich, liartUill tbo mtirrlen. quiet tbu nerv' ,
cheer tbo mind, perfect tllietlon. reunlate tno
MomBch and bowel. cleiiue fh liver and kldnev,
and vltiilljii! with new llfo every lluldoftbn body.
Hewtire ni Imltiitlon lmllarlv nunieil, Look bir
the COMPANY'S SlONATl RE wbkli appema
plainly on the label of every bottlo. Sold evtry
where. MALT ill ITERS CO., lloaton, Maa.
New nml vcrv Attractive Stvlct nrc now ready
Het cabinet nr Parlor organ In
thu world, winner nrblghoat til.
Unction at every ureut World t
Kxhlbltton lor thirteen year.
Price, til. 8r'. S0i.fM.lOt lo
Ainu and npwAid. Eoreaaypuy
nient. a tiuftr and up.
ward. Cataloiino frao. MAON
Allumllii OiL'an CO., 1M Tre
,.,.,nt mr.'i't. Rtiton:4fl Kt 54th
atreet, (ITnlon Hquate,) New York, 14H WbkiU
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