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THE DAILY CAIHO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 2, 1830.
TIIE PATLY 1UJLLETIN.
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WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM II. ENGLISH,
At Large-William J. Allen, James 8. Ewing.
First Dlstrlct-Wllliam C. Selpp.
Second District V. J llvnes.
Third Dlstilct-F. A . Hoffman, Jr.
Foirtb Dlstrict-T. 1). Coulter.
Fifth District-Frederick Statu".
Sixth Distnct-J. 8. Kckles.
Seventh District P. C. llalcy.
e.ltfhth District-Lewis F. rcllitzsch.
Ninth Dintrlct-J. W. Butler.
Tenth District George S. Ftihr.
Eleventh l)istrlct-W. (. Kwiug.
Twelfth District-L. K. Hamilton..
Thirteenth llistrlct-A. M Miller.
Fourteenth District W. M. Handy.
Kifteeuth District Robert L. McKlnlay.
Slxtceuth District John W. Westcolt.
Seventeenth District Jamea M. Dill.
Kightceuth District M. C. Crawford.
Nineteenth Dlstnct-E. D. Youuifblood.
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS,
of Clay County.
For Secretaayof State.
JOHN H. OBKRLY,
of Alexander County,
LOUIS (,'. 8TAHKEL,
f St. Clair Couuty.
of Winnebago Couuty.
For Congress, lbth district,
of Randolph County.
For Member or Board of Equalization,
, of Jaekson county. '
For Senator of the 50th district,
WM. A . LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
D. T. L1NEGAH,
of Alexauder county.
of Union county.
"Tb right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpus,
the Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech,
tha National Bights of Perrons and the Rights of
Property must be preserved. -Extract from Gen.
Baacock'i letter npon taking charge of the Louis
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
elf as a candidate at the ensuing November
leeUou, tor the office of Couuty Attormy for the
ounly of Alexander. Illiuois. ANGUS LEEK.
fURCCIT CLERK. -We are authorized to an
nounce that ALEX. II. 1KV1N will be acnndl
4 ate at tho ensuing November elect lou fur the
fflce of circuit clerk in Alexander county.
FOR HHERll'F We sre tutborlr-ed to announce
that Mr. JOHN 110DGKH will bo a candidate
for rs-eleclton t ' the ofllce of Sheriff, of Alexandre
osnty. at the next November election, subject
only to tho vot if the people at the polls.
FRCORON t-Wc aro authorised to announce
that Hlchv 1 Fltaiverald is a candidate for ro
lection the of ko of Alexander county,
COUNTY COMMIf'.HtONEH. We srs authorized
t&annonacethatTUOMAS W. I1ALLIDAY Is
caulldate fur ro-elocUon to the office of County
Commissioner at the ensuing election
AOpawetk In yorowntown,$r outfit frre. No
Anl)rtsk. Header, If yon wauls business at
which persons of either sex can make great
lay til the time tber work, write for particulars to
U. 11 ALLS IT CO.. Purtlaud.
READ THE REASONS.
WHV EVERY WHITE AND COLORED
REPUBLICAN IN CAIUO SHOULD
VOTE FOR HON. JOHN II.
01JERLY TO DAY.
HIS OPPONENT, MR. DEMENT, THE
ENEMY OF OUR COMMON
SCHOOLS, AND THEREFORE
Formerly tlie general assembly levied
tworuillsou the $100 of taxable property
in '.ho stnto for common school purposes.
Out of tho fund thus produced, the coun
ties of lower Egypt counties poor and
burdened by school expenses resulting
from the laru uumber or non-tnx-puying
colored people who located In the river
counties during and after the war drew
moro dollars thau they paid into the fund.
But, in 183 the general assembly repealed
the two-mill tax against the protest and
vote of tho members from this and the
Cairo senatorial districts, and ap
propriated u million of, dollars an
nually for common school purposes. Mr.
Oberly, the democratic candidate for secre
tary of state, was at that time, a member of
tho Legislature, and worked earnestly to
keep the two-mill school tax in the luw.
Since that time every ijcuural assembly has
voted one million dollars annually for com
mon school puposes, and the tax payers of
Massac and other counties of this part of
the state have been much beueiltted by the
appropriation. It has been used to pay
part of the expense of our public schools,
and thus has kept down school taxation.
At the stimo time it has given to these
counties the means of appropriately educat
ing our while and colored children. If the
legislature were to refuse or neglect to
make this appropriation our common schools
would fall into decay, and the children of
poor white and poor black parents would
not have furnished to them the means of
education. Of course the man who attacks
this fund is an enemy to our free schools.
Even republicans will admit the truth of
this assertion. During the 18T9 session of
the general assembly, when tho question of
appropriating one million of dollars annu
ally for the common schools of the state for
tho years 1880 -81, was before the senate,
Senator John M. Hamilton, republican can
didate for lieutenant governor, and Senator
Henry D. Dement, republican candidate for
secretary of state, both denounced the pro
posed appropriation and voted against it.
Senator Hamilton voted against it because
certain democrats from tho southern
part of the state insisted upon uot
giving to the Bloomington Normal
University as large as an appropriation us
he desired; and Senator Dement voted
against it on tho ground that each county
ought to pay the expenses of its own
schools. He said he was willing to have
his county, which is rich, (his father being
one of its richest men,) taxed for tho benefit
of other poorer counties. He held that, if
Southern Illinois had poor whites nd poor
negroes who would propogute their species,
that part of the state ought to be compelled
to educate their children or
else let them grow up
in igorance. Ho wus not opposed to com
mon schools on principle, but he was op
posed to making the wealthy part of tho
state pay anything toward the education of
the children of tho poor courtfiea. Massac,
Pulaski, Pope, Johnson, Alexander and oth
er counties of lower Egypt must educate
their own poor white and poor negro child
ren and not call on him aud tho richer
part of the stato to bear any of the ex
penses. If either tho white or colored repub
licans of Alexander county vote for Ham
ilton and Dement they will vote lor men
who arc enemies ot our common schools.
Mr. Oberly, while in the legislature, stood
bravely by tho interests of our school
children, white Btid black. Dement tried
to take from the children good common
schools. Every republican, white and
black, ought to vote against Dement, the
enemy of common schools of tho poor
counties of Illinois, and vote for Oberly,
who has always battled in their interest.
Tho votes of Senators Hamilton and Dement
against tho common school appropriation
can be found recorded in tho State Journal
"AND TIIE LEAVES WERE FOR THE
HEALING OF THE NATIONS."
Tins is fully exemplified in the demon
stration that so common a pasture weed as
smart-weed, or water-pepper, possesses
medicinal properties which, when combined
with essence of Jamaica ginger and other
efficacious vegetable extracts, as in Dr.
Pierce's Compound Extract of Smart-Weed.
It constitutes a most potent remedy for
bowel affections as diarrhoea, dysentery,
flux, etc. It is also an efficacious medicine
for colds, and to break up fevers and in
flammatory attacks, and lor tho alleviation
of pain. Every family should kef p a sup
ply of it. 50 cents by druggists.
J. N. Rick, of Toledo, Ohio, says: My
futhor, before wearing tho "Only Lung
Pad,'' could not sleep on account of his vio
lent coughing, since wearing it ho lias slept
soundly eveiy night. See Adv.
CARD FROM MB. TITOS. YrMIALLIDAY.
Tho following circul tr, which has been
extensively circulated through the county,
ets forth the claims ot Mr. Thus. W. Jlulli
day lor re-election as county commissioner:
To the Voters of Cairo:
Ah tho time intervening between this and
election will not permit mo to meet a lurgc
numbur ot voters of Alexander county, 1
tiiive this means xjI" informing you that I
nin a candidate for re-election to the oflloo of
comity commisbiouer, and to respectfully
and earnestly ask your support.
While but little interest seems to be
taken in the election of commissioner, us
compared with other county officers, it is of
all the most important to tax payers, ns tho
county board has particularly to do with
questions of taxation, and has full power to
restrict county expenditures to an amount
within the current revenues, thereby pre
venting an increase of debt and taxation.
Three- years ago I was elected county
commissioner by un almost unanimous vote
of the people a compliment that 1 have
endeavored to show an appreciation of by
determined and pcrsistt ut efforts in their
interest on all matters that have come be
fore the county board.
After my election I introduced aud ad
vocated measures, which were adopted, that
have to a large extent, to say the least,
brought the county finances to a good con
dition. During each of tho past three
j ears the regular county taxes havo been
less in amount than for any of tho twelve
years previous; yet, county orders, issued
during the three years, have ranged from
110 cents on the dollar to par, and not one
dollar of the orders so issued remain out
standing that there is not provision for
Nearly all the old county orders which
were outstanding three years ago have been
paid. What few remain outstanding cau be
paid during next year.
Appropriations have been made by the
county board each year, for three years, and
rigidly adhered to, restricting expenditures
for all county purposes to an amount within
the county revenues.
No judgments have been rendered
against tho county for three years, nor have
the parties who obtained judgments for rail
road bond interest, prior to that time, been
able to obtain a writ of mandamus to corn
pel the levying of tax to pay such judg
ments. Tax payers had been compelled tcr em
ploy attorneys each year, at their own ex
penses, to resist ruilroad tax the result of
which was that small tax payers, not feeling
that the amount of such tax charged against
them would justify the expense of employ
ing a lawyer, paid the tax, while the large
tax payers escaped payment. To obviate
this seeming injustice, as chairmnn of the
county, I procured an injunction restraining
the levying, carrying forward and extension
of any railroad taxes for 1879 aud subse
The compromise of tho railroad bonds at
about SO cents on the dollar, as voted by
the people, is progressing satisfactorily, and
can, without doubt, be made successful.
To give all matters reloting to county
finances proper attention, requires constant
care nnd work from the county board, und
while the other membeis render prompt
and cheerful aid, a largo portion of such
work and care must necessarily fall upon
the member residing at the county seat.
I tcel a deep interest and pride in having
the present good condition of our county
finances maintained, as well as in seeing
the county railroad debt satisfactorily ad
justed, and, inasmuch as I was instrumen
tal in the inauguration of those measures
and have thus far aided in securing their
success, I feel that tho people have a right
to my services, if they wish to employ them,
in the consummation of the financial policy
out of which they grew, and which has
met with general favor throughout the
I therefore ask your personal support and
ballot to continue me as a member of the
county board for tho ensuing term.
Thomas W. Hallidat.
CAUSE AND EFFECT.
The stomach is accountable for more
headaches, nervousness and general physi
cal derangement than auy other organ.
These effects, of which its weakness and
derangement are the cause, ure of course
only to be permanently remedied by a
medicine which restores its regularity.
The primal action ot llostetter's Stomach
Bitters is upon the stomach, the equable
action ot which it renews. As a conse
quence the associate organs, the bowels
and liver,rcgain activity and vigor, ami the
brain and nervous system generally ex
perience quietude, which they never can
while the gastric and bilious functions tire
disturbed. Infinitely greater bodily com
fort is derivable from a systematic course
of this genial medicine, than is to be found
in a recourse to heady stimulants, und local
"tonics" and "appetizers," so-called, the
alcoholic principle of which usually fiery,
is unmeditated by the admixture of botanic
An Eleoaxt Toilkt Piikparation, hair
dressing and restorativo is found iu "Lon
don Hair Color Restorer." It seldom fails
to restoro 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, gloHsy
and luxuriant. It certainly is the most
clcunly and effective hair restorer now bo
fore the American people.
A. A. Gibson, Barrytown, Duchess coun
ty, N. Y., writes: Dr. Swayno & Son, Phil
adclphin: Gents I enclose a postoffice
order for eight dollars; please send me one
dozen "London Hair Color Restorer." It
has stopped 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.
Tnot'SANDR of ladies to-day cherish grate
ful remembrances of the help derived from
the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound. It positively cures all fe
male complaints. Send to Mrs. Lydia E.
Pink ham, 21)3 Western avenue, Lynn, Mass.,
A PHYSIC! N'S TESTIMONY.
I hereby certify th-t T have been a prac
ticing physician for twenty-seven years,
and for many chronic cases in my practice
do recommend Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure. It was upon my advice that
O. W. Stamm, editor ot tho Industrial Era,
Albia, Iowa, obtained this valuable remedy.
A. A. Ramsay, M. D.
Mhh. J. B. Wilson, Tiffin, Ohio, says : I
have worn an Improved Excelsior Kidney
Pad, and' received more relief than from all
remedies I have ever tried. I cheerfully re
commend it to all sufferers. See Adv.
"SWAYNFS Ol.NTME.NT AND PlLLfl." Tho
greatest remedies the world lias ever known
curing tho most inveterato case of skin
diseases, 8uchlus tetter, salt rheum, scaly
head, barbe's itch, sore?, all crusty, scald
skin eruptions, and that distressing com
plaint, itching piles. As a blood purifier
and regulator, Swayue's Tar and Sarsapa
rilla Pills are excellent. Cure sick and
ncrvcous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion,
ward off mularml fevers, cleansing the sys
tem and bowels of all impurities, restoring
to healthy activity every organ of the body.
Price 25 cents a box, five boxes fl. Oint
ment 50 cents, threo boxes 1.25. Can be
fent by mail to any address on receipt of
price. Address letters, Dr. Swayne & Son,
8.10 North Sixth street, Philadelphia.
Hold by all leading druggists. (2)
Henry Van Noutwiok, of Toledo, Ohio,
says: A friend prevailed upon me to try
an "Only Lung Pad," and I obtanied im
mediate relief from a racking cough. I
know the Pad helped me. Seo Ad.
PROTECT TIIE LITTLE ONES.
Protect the little ones from the often fa
tal ernsequenei's of croup, with Dr. Thom
as' Eclo trie Oil. It is the king of all
cough medicines as well as a peerless rem
edy for rheumatism, lame back, sprains,
bruises, cuts, piles, kidney troubles, etc.
Take it inwardly and apply outwardly
Sold by Pal i. G. Sen en, Druggist.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 1KJ1 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Ptiin.
TlIK Fl.OIlli.NCr. NlliHTINOALK OF Til K
Nui:si;itv The following Is an extrac
from a letter written to the German Refom
Messenger, at Chumbcrshurgli, Petin:
A BEN EFACTH EM.
Just open the door for her, and Mrs.
tVinslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this w e
aro so sure, that we will touch our "Susye
to say, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for
helping her to survive and escape the grill
ing, colicking, and teething seige. Mrs.
Window's Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from pain, and cures dysentery and
diarrluca. It softens the gums, reduces
inflammation, cures wind colic, and carrys
the infant safely through the teething
period. It performs precisely what shes
professes to perform, every part of it not
ing less. We have never seen Mrs.
Winslow know her only through the
preparation of her "Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething." If we had the power
we would make her, as she is, a physical
savior to tho infant race. Sold by all
druggists. 23 cents a bottle.
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you are suffering with a severe Cough,
Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, we know
Dn. Kino's New Discovery will give you
immediate relief. We know of hundreds
of cases it has completely cured, and that
where all other medicines hud failed. No
other remedy can allow one-halt as many
permanent cures. ow to givi; you satis
factory proof that Dn. Kinc.'s New Discov
ery will cure you of Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hay Fever, consumption, severe Coughs
and Co!d, Honrsncss, or any Throat or
Lung disease, if you will call ut Geo. E.
O'll ira's drug More, Cairo Ills., you can get
a trial bottle free of cost, or a r.-gular m.ij
bottle for 1.00 (2)
The Vomaio Belt Co., Marshall,
Mk ic Will send their cclei-ratod Electro
Voltuie Bells to the afflicted upon 110 days
trial. peedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
45 Years Before the Public.
Dr. C. McLANFS
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, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara.
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
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 PILL,
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane and Fleming Bros.
gQy Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared 07
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of th
name McLane, spelled differently but
QAIRO CIT FE11RY CO.
THREE fh35&q STATES.
On nd after Moaday, ,'uno' th, still until Inrtber
notice tut ferryboat will mso trips ss follows:
LfAVM LKATSS IJUVBS
Fot Fourth st. Missouri Land'c. Kentucky Ld'R.
7:nn s. m
11:00 a, n.
2:00 p. m.
7:M s. in.
9:30 a, m.
11:H0 a. m,
8 a. id.
10 a. in.
i p. m.
or ow working should writs ns st once. We
buvo tbt) fastest selling article In the I'nllod
Mates. Ssfclnl territory Kivtii. floods cau be
carried In psclwt Immpnr-u profits. Those al
ready at work arti colnlnn money and say "It honta
the world." Ootids as staple as Hour. No funillr
could well exist without them, You can work at
home or abroad. To Introduce this valuable In
vention wo will send MIX HAMI'l KM upon rertdpt
of throo-cont stamp to pay postage. You never
had such an opportunity before, and will ucver
Iuyu a Ilka one nirain. Addrrss, tint tnriretllnf the
stamp. IUVKBOX41MARLUOKU, MASH.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Manulacturcr and dealer In Custom-made
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neater
htotk of Cnstoin
Made Bouts and
Shoes for BoyVaud
Men's wear fo be
found in the city.
No other shop can
compare, with it.
N. B All work warranted, and KopalrlnR neatly
done on shot t notice,
Vlirlif li Between Commercial and
XilIKIl il., Washington Ave.
Cairo - Illinois.
Beets and Shoes
Wonntnnr ff n 41ia OM
For sale by
C. K O C H ,
Manufacturer aud denier iu
BOOTS AND SHOES
4 1. WAYS carries the largest and bent selected
stock of Ciistopi-Made Hoots and Shoes for
Ontsaud Ladies wear of all the latest siylcs. also
always on hsnd a line of Kasleru made goods,
Knbli. th. leather and fiiiulnu'.'. Iimlvsall to rail
Bhd vxninlfie uooiK and prices before pnrrhasinir.
OutAwcnt free to 1hoe who wish to on-1-.
:.' in the most pleasant and profitable
huluesa known, KervthltiB new.
" ft'apital not reijulrsd. We will ftirulsa
v pverythluc. $loa dayand upwards is yet
easily inai'e without staying away from
home over rlnht, No risk whatever. Marly new
workers wanted at once. Many are niakiuir fort,
unes st the business. Ladles make as much as
men, nnd vonuir boys and ctrls moKe ureal pur. No
one who Is wtllhis to work fails to make more
money every day than can be mads In a week at any
other employment. Those who engage st once
will find t short road to fortune. Address 11.
I1A1I.KTT Jfc CO.. l'ortland. Hsme.
A KEVER-FMLIK9 REMEDY
For Chills and Fever, Bilious and In
termittent Fevers. Dumb Ague,
and all M
1 r 1
Stop taking 1'oiioouai rru;js! '
Stop tailing deuf-pro',oet:i;; IJulnlnot
Stop taking bonr-do .ro7inR Mercury!
Stop taking tlangero.is VoUonsi
Standard Cure contains r.o Oiilrilnel
Stitmlurd Cure coutuiua :n Mercury!
Btaodarrf Cure contain no I'oisonst
Standard Cure ll pleasant to take!
PRICK 50 CENTS PKK BOX.
Standard Cure Co.114 Nassau st.N.Y
And by Druggists.
Omri! of ClTV Ci.nsK.
Caiho, II.1.M, Oct. IN. IB',
Senled proposals w ill he received at this ollice,
directed to the City Council of the city of Cairo,
until .') o'clock p. in. of Tuesday, November l'ilh,
IKSti, for liinilslilrg the material and doliij; the
work, or Oolnij the work necessary foe
thu construction and reconstruction of
the following sidewalks, via: To be
ronnrueted of wood: On tho northerly side of
Tweiith street, from Washington avenue to Wal
nut street : on tho iior'horly side of Fourteenth
street, iu fr-in t .if lots No. :W, 31. :r. W! ati4 V in
block No. 75. To he reconstructed of wood: On
the westerly side of Washington avenue from Filth
to Sixth streets.
To be constructed of brick: On northerly side of
Eighth 'treet from Commer'lal to Washington av
enue; On both sides of Sixth street from Levee
street to Commercial avenue. To hu reconstruct
ed of cinders or travel, lu lieu of old wooden
walks, on the south side of Thirty-fourth street
from Co nmercrelnl avenue to a point 475 font east
from Sycamore street; as provided by ordinance
No. 5.'. approved September a"th, 1MO, which Is on
file In this otllco and subject to examination at any
The right to reluct any and ill bids reserved by
the city. D. J. KOLKY, City Clerk.
rY 1 onrsclves hv mult !n mnn.
I fey when a golden chance Is
r"l 1 1 1 I I I offered, thereby always
B I J 11 1 Keeping poverty rrom yonr
door. Those who always
take advantage, of the good
chances for making money that are offered, general
ly become wealthy, while thosr who do uot Im
prove such chances remain In poverty. We want
manv men, women, boys and girls to do work for us
right lu their own localities, The business will
fiay more than ten times ordinary wages. We
arnlsh au cxpensonslve onttlt and all that you
need free. No one who engages falls to make
money rapidly. You can devote your whole time
to the work, or only your spare moments. Full
information and all that Is needed sent free. Ad
dies KT1NMON & CO., Portland, ltainc,
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvements
on old one; for medical or other compounds, trade
marks aud labels. Caveats, Assignments, Inter
furences. Appeals, Suits for Infringements, and
all cases arising uudcr tho Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that have hen -
pit Tl,l'1TK,Tlby,l", Patent OBlco maystll ,
IVJCiJriV'AXiA'ln mostcases, be patented l:y
ua. Belng opposite tho U. 8. Patent Dottartmen'
and engage 1 In Talent business exclusively, we c
make closer searches, aud secure l'atonts moi
promptly, ana wiin nroauer claim, than those w
are remote from Washington.
iWMJWTnWU send ns t model or sketch
Ail TJlii! luxio your device; wo make ex
aminations and advise as to patentability, free of
charge. AU correspondence strictly confidential.
Prices low, and no chargo unlesa Patent ls-secured.
We refer In Washington, to lion Postmnster
Oenoral 1). M. Key, Kev, F. D. Power Tha Herman
American National Bank, to officials In the U. H,
Patent Office, and to Senators and Representatives
In CVMigToss: and especially to onr clients tn every
Slate In the Union aud in Canada. Addren
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Pat nt Offlce. Washington D. 0
gICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Relieve',
And Cau Prove What we Claim.
fiy-Thcre, am no failures and no dlsuppolnt
ments. If you sro troubled with SIck'TlitAD"
AC UK you can he easily nnd quickly cured,
hundreds huvubeen already. We shall be pleased
to mail a sheet f testimonials to any Interested.
Carter's Little 'Liver Pills
Also cure all forms of liliion-ness. prevent Constl
patlon and Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, relieve
distress from too hearty eating, correct Disorder
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, and !egulau
the Dowels. They do all this by lakluir Just one
little pill at a dose. They are purely vegetable, do'
not gripe or piirje. sml are as nearly perfect as
It Is po.-liili! for a pill to be. Priced ceils, 5 for
$1. Sold hv druggists even-where or sent hy mail .
CARTER MLDICINK CO.. KRIK. I'A
To Nervous Siid'crcM-Tiie (.rent Ktuopeun Remedy-Ur.
J. H. Sluii'Miii's Specific Medicine.
Dr. J. B. Simpson's SnccUlr Medicine Is a posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea. Impolenrr, We-Anest
and all discuses resulting from Self Abuse, us Npr
votis Debility, Irritability, Cental Atixletv. I.anpmir.
Lassitude, Depression of Spirits and luiictli.nil tie
rangenietits of the .Nervous System generally Pains
In Hack or Side, Loss of Vemnrv. Premature Olii
AM anil diseases
that lead to Con
ty and an early
grave, or both.
No matter how
shattered t h e
system may he
from excesses of
nny kind, a shoit
course or this medicine wul rcsii.ru tl li st lunt
lions ami procure health aud happiness, where be
fore wus despondency and gloom. The hpcdll,
.Medicluu Is belijg used whh wonderlul sue
Pamphlets sent free to ail. Write for them an
get full particulars.
Price,. Specific. Jl .'fl per package, or six park
ages for $5. (si. Will he sent by mall ou receipt of
iiiouey. Address all orders,
.1 H. SIMPSON S MKDICINK CO.,
No. 1(- snd 106 Main St.. Hutlalo. N. Y .
(i RAY'S SfKCIFlC MKMCIKK.
TRADE MRK.The Ureal English 1 HADE MARK
Hemedv, an nn
failiug' cure for
Sper 01 a torrhoea,
liupotency. and all
diseases that fol
low as a conse
quence of self
abuse; as loss of
the hack, dim
ncss of vision, premature old age. AaHlnE,
and many other diseases that Usd to Insanity or
con u mitlun and a tip mature grave.
Full particulars inifitir pamphlet, which we de
sire to send free by mail 10 every one Tbespr
else medicine is sold by all rtiaggists at 1 per
paekuje, six Urt-. or will be tent Iree by mail on
receipt of the in 011 uy bv addressing '1 HE iKAY
M Kllll IN K CO., No 3 Mechanics hloik, Detroit
Mich. Soid In Cairo by Barclay Bros., i'aut U
Sehuh and Ueo F. . O'llara.
I. perfectly pars. Pronounrvl ins teal (7 lbs ai
ssi merit-.,! .'itFinriiisf 1a Wit wed J (fifsa hif Bsl
awsrl at lit Wnr.' Kipo"'''""-. "! si Pvia 1ST,
bald tij Uiauu. W. H SCHlEfmiN 00 , II T
ruins Pr-toni Ksstorsd
DR. KLINE'S GREAT
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WoJiBa.ia A N
'cur. fiir Vi. Umlntu and Aert JfrctvmL
Isri.iiBialf lakrou direct!. A' WinAv
tirttdayiutr. Trrailsn and I'itrtal bottlerrasie
VitpatlrnU,tbey payinirstprrsstxa. Ssnd nains.
P. O. and express a-blrsM to lia. KMNoVtl
mm whs desire te rea
a sct'-iiUSc treatise oa
Hal foVbllllv. toseUfr
miita suiruesilons aa la
the best BKMKD1K3 and methods of treatment,
slionld send for the new pamphlet, by a phyaidaa Sf
thirty yean experience. Price, 10 cenu.
Address Murray Eill Fub. Co.
1M E.ato Stiiit,
K. . CITY.
VI) (i 1 VCJ 11 s,ni"' 4 ",;t" '
ni l aper
.I . .
Realty, Washington N.J.
Address DANIEL 1'.
""J T"T""T"N Lowest prices ever knowa
I ' I i V'on Hreerh-I.oadeis, ritlc
I I lNnl Revolvers.
I IJ 1 1 KJU SIT) Shot Gun,
at (.really redeced pr:ce.
Send stamp lor our New Il
lustrated Catalogue i) P. l'owtll A Son,
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PIANOS. tlW. up. WARRANTED 6 years. Sec
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HORACE WATERS CO., Mil Broadway, N. 1 .
The New Food
Malt Bitteks Company.
13 I T TEES.
flHIF.REIs no greater Blood Producer nud life
J- sustaining prttiriple In the world of funds or
medicine than MALT BITTERS, prepared trom
Ltifermciited Malt, Hops and (jultiitie, 1 hey feed
thu body and tho brain, enrich tho blood, solidify
thu bones, hardeu the muscles, quiet the ncrv s,
cheer the mind, perfect digestion, regnlute the
stomach and bowels, cleanse the liver und kldnevs,
and vitalize with new life every fluid of tho body.
newnre ni mutations similarly named, Look lor
thu COMPANY'S HU4NATLRE which appear
plainly on tho label of everv bottle. Sold evry
I where. MALT BITTERS CO., Boston, Mass.
New nnd vcrv Attractive Stvieu are now roiwly
HI i tJfJl Hest catilnet or Parlor orcana In
IU AOUil tho world, winners of highest dis
tinction at every great World's
AND Exhibition tor thirteen years.
Prices. $.11, f.r7, Sfltl, H4,$10i to
TT A MT.TN f!ud upward. For easy pay
ii;VJUXJiil ments, fB.w quarter and up
ward, Catalogue free. MAkON
OTIfJAX & Hamlin Organ (JO., list Tre.
VllUlilO mont street, Boston i KnstU'h
street, (Union Square,) New York, H9 Wabanh
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