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CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1830.
THE DAILY UITLLETIN.
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OPINIONS OF THE IT.E3S
ON TUK KESULT OK THE LLKCTION.
The republican party is bucked by a solid
north; the democratic party i backed by a
solid south. Tins cxplttins tlio result, bi:t
wc must look further to discover liow the
republican party wus able to combine the
north agaiust us. It was able to do it be
cau.se we combined the south. A dozen re
publican districts and thr'jc or tour repub
lican st ttes in the south would havj en
abled the democratic party to elect Kan
cock with all case. Ho would havo carried
ten northern states. Hut tho solid south
crushed him down as if he were loaded
with lead, while his opponent with it bad
record is elected by wonderful odds. We
Jiave allowed our extreme men to have too
much influence. We have shouted for a
full 'vote, a free ballot, and a fair count,
while we winked at almost any effort to
pull this or that candidate through. We
have denounced the f;rub game of the re
publicans, but at the same time we have
played it pretty strong ourselves.
. Chicago 1 imi's.
The "campaign" tlnouhout, and on
both sides, has been conducted in a thor
oughly disgraceful way. It has in uo re
Dcct been a combat of .opinions, but in al
most all respects a battle ot lyiii, villitlca
tion, slandery forgery, perjury utid whole
sale mud-throwing. There has seldom
beeti a presidential squaMe marked 1 y less
manliness cr more reckless viciousne
among the party bos es. It is a gri'at mis
fortune that the country can not be assured
it is the last disgraceful spectacle of the
kind it will be condemned to witness. Who
ever the president elect may bo it is a
national misfortune which deprives us of
tho feeling of satisfaction that would come
with knowing that the wintry would not
be tormented by another disgraceful squab
hie over the election of the American
monarch for at least a decade. A change
4f the reigning monarch once in teu yeats,
with the disgraceful accompaniments that
now visit their indecencies upon us quadren
nially is often enough.
Tho election of (Jen. Garfield is a vic
tory which has uo alloy of evil to any peo
pie or section of this gruat nation. It gives
stability to the present reign of prosperity
over the whole land, while it threatens nut
the right or piivilege of any man or Btate
or section. It leaves to the people of the
southern states, as to the northern, the
trust of governing themselves, and this
with tho good wishes of tho victors tlist
they will site that it is for the interest of
all that every person shall have equal pro
tection of law in civil rights and political
franchises. It has this rare quality for a
party victory, that it gives security to a
general condition which all parties desire
10 have continued.
MiMouri Globe Democrat.
It was a glorious victory, but it was a
hard-fought battle, and tho victory was
won because the leaders wete men of firm
ness and courage, men who knew Iheir
own minds and trusted their own strength,
because they knew that tho emergency
could be met, not by 'y apologies for the
lyist nor professions for the future, but by
a proud vindication of the record they had
made, an 1 a plain expression of the pur
pose which animated thorn, by proving by
their steadfastness, their frankness, deter
mination and their fir uiness that they wita
worthy of the namo of stalwart, in which
name wo have conquered.
There was tho mistake of nominating
English instead of McDonald or Hetidrh ks
of Indiana; tho gross mismanagement of
the uvass by the democratic national
coiui)n"ee, which, directed by llarnum,
neve e to anything like an equality
with great issues at stake. There w as
also . 1 want of hold and aggressive csnt
Nyaasei to meet the great speakers of the
" vfwbliw'an party, tho weight of whoso
nffht alone was a tower ot strength. To
this Kurt ! added the Indiscretions of
ome Vnir southern speakers, who. en-
' r01 riafional fame, went about
upeaklng lrrv,vc.ri4 r,t t1() ni,rt,(.rn tttuln.
- in every Inst.V, mRkln(? irrow t ,((J tM
by wPb"Sfnri with fatal precision
l uto uu.. . r tll0 (ii-mrtf-rnt c target
The results ot the election yesterday will
be enduring. The ascendency of the solid
south and its a'.lit in the national legisla
ture will be summarily ended. In addition
to the re-election of a republican executive,
there was elected s republican majority in
the bouso of representatixes,and, as soon &3
the ftuto legit hitureg can take the necessary
action, there will le a republican majority
in the senate.
Thus the now executive, who will tako
into his offico a statesmanship and au ex
perience Hiid an intellectual ability that
have never been surpassed by any of hi
predecessors, will be supported a national
legislature acting in harmony with him;
and tho country, in tho assurance of a per
niancy of the policies of the pijst, will fco
on prospering with that industry an I en
terprise which hato made the las-t four
years of our history ,v brilliant and glor
ious. 3iii)uri fi ipi'.biicnu.
We do not use the disappointment of t he
hour to disparage the great p rsomt! merit
of Gen. Hancock, for lie has lyrnc himself
gallantly through Ihe contest and won tho
cordial admiration of the party whoso
standard bo bore. But while giving full
credit to Hancock, it tiiunt bu admitted
that tho democratic ticket did not possess
the weighty moral element which Mr. Til
den would havo imparted, and that it tnado
a fatal waiver of the clmtu which the party
had for the fraud ugainst .Mr. Tiiden four
years ago. That this isuo, which ought to
have been the controlling one in the can
vass, disappeared from it os soon as Tilden's
name was set aside go'.s far to explain tho
LouiKsille Courier Joi rual.
The election of Garfield over Hancock
makes it certain that, os party divisions
now stand, tho republicans can elect any
ticket they put in the field. They can as
easly elect Grant fouryears hence; an event
indeed which this present result fore
shadows. But it is equally clear, that thu
existing alinement of parties cannot en
dure, and as we get away from the mislead
ing sentimental and sectional politics
which has so long played into the
IimkIs ot the wicked and the weak,
wc may fairly hope that the material well
being of tho country, embracing ques
tions which api cal to the bu-incs3 of men
will replace our horizontal with pe.peu
dicular lines of political discussion. With
the break-up of the south, which can no
longer be held solid, will come in time a
brek-up of the solid north. With its res
cue from imminent and extreme peril, and
the restoration of its prestige and power in
the government, tho republican party will
encounter :t multitude of problems, which
a common danger has succeeded in-keeping
in abevance. Out Of these must ultimately
come, and perhaps' not very far off, oppor
tunities to those who are wise enough to
know how to improve them and honest
enough to remain ontempted by tho suc
cess of unscrupulous, though fortuuatJ and
prosperous, party ism.
UuoNcniTis, a prcmonitor of con
sumption, is characterized by catarrh
or inflammation of the mucous mem
brane of the airy passages, with cough
und expectoration, short breath, hoarse
ness, psins in the chest. For ail 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 3 cents
and $1 a bottle, or six bottles for $-1.
The large size is the most economical.
Prepared only by Dr. Swayne & Son,
Philadelphia. Sold by nil prominent
drutrgists in Cairo and elsewhere, f 1)
OUK BEATEN IIEIIO.
Special Diiipuleh to the Enquirer.
New Youk, Nov. 3. For a mau who
hr.B met the one crushing def:at of Lis life
Gen. Hancock sustains himself nobly. At
9 o'clock this morning ho went to his offi
cial headquarters, and was soon imimrsed
in l he daily military correspondence. He
had read the morning papers at breakfast,
and knew the result. Not a wonl fell from
his lips; not a movement of his iuquissiv-:
face gave token of emotion within. It was
only by intuition that the members of the
home circle remained silent throughout the
morning meal. The general took his hat
and did what every man will give him
credit f'T doing ho went to work.
At 10 o'clock the ferry yacht brought
over to Governor's Island a gentleman who
had onco himself tasted the bitter exper
ience of the soldier candidate for presi
dential honors, General George B. McClel
lan. It was a kindred feeling, doubtless,
that drew these two men together; and as
they stood there, manly, dignilied and
silent, they formed a picture that was at
once impressive snd illustrative of the
vanity of all human greatness.
"Well, General,'! was the visitor's only
"Mac, I am glad to sec you," responded
"I am sorry."
"I am sorry, too, but only for the people
and tho party."
The other visitors withdrew, leaving tho
two generals alone.
The validity of Mr. Haves' title may al
ways be questioned, and bis administration
criticised, but the payment of one dollar
gives a valid title to one bottle of Dr.
Pierre's Medical Discovery, and its admin
istration can never be criticised in cases of
coughs, colds, ineiuietit consumption, mid
general debility, for leading physicians of
all schools endotso the Discovery and pre
scribe it ii tho practice. Hold by drug
gists. Titos. Fitciiam, Bradford, Pa., writes:
I enclose money for Spring Blossom, us I
said 1 would if it cured me. My dyspepsia
lias vanished with nil its symptoms. Many
thanks, I shall r.ever be without it in the
house. Prices: f)0c, trial bottle 10c.
"Malt Hitteiw" aro Brain, Nerve mid
Bloood food, peculiarly adapted to, and
warmly recommtiniled by our druggists
and physicians for General Debility, Men
tal and Physical Exhaustion, Hysteria,
Nervousness, Hieepl!8sneHS,Eutaeint.n and
TEN PEIt CENT. BONDS FOR SALE
Wo aro offering $10,000 in first mortgage
improvement ootids ot thu Colormlo Co
operative Prospecting Mild Mining Com
pany at par w ith accrued interest. These
bonds bear ten per cent. Interest, pajable
semi annually, and nra puviibh; November
1st, 18HIJ, J'(,r ttiMliur information, address
tho llnamlal ai'eiits. Imllnna In VeMtinenf
Company, !IS West Washington street,
JUST WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS!!
, ni.KK if is ati abtI!
MAGNIF1C1ENT EXCUKSIOH It
Nkw Oiu.ka.vs and to Texah Via Nfcw
On December 3d, 18S0, at 8 o'clock a.
m Col. U. r. Coilins.tho old excursionist,
will start from Cairo, Illinois, with another
one of his magi; itkient speciul trains, first
cs in every rcpect, inc uding palace
lccpcrs and refreshment couch, and run
through to New Orleans, over the Chicago
St. Louis and New Orleans railroad, mak
ing dose connection at New Orleans with
the Star and Crctrent Lire railro.vt, for
Houston and San Autoiuo, Texan.
Fare for .he round trip to New Orieaui and
return from Cairo, $l!?..V).
To Houston and v'turn from Cairo,
To San Antnno and ru'.v.ia from Cairo.
Tickets will . on sile at all stations on
the Chicago, St. Jiuis atid New Orleans
railroad, between Cairo and McComb CMy.
Tickets good foing only on special trin.
Good rctarnihtr on all regular trains, up to
and including December 17th, 1880.
Special :ir:Mir'eiucnt3 at reduced rati a
havo been made with th.i hotels and ti;ca
res, for the benelit of the excursionists.
The attention of th-3 ladies i tpeciftlly
invited to thia charming trip to the Sunny
South, and the gay city of New Orleans.
For further information, addes,
V.. A. Collins, U. I. . Collins,
Gen'l Correspondent Gea'I Manager,
Milan, Ter.n. Milan, Tenn
STOP THAT COUGH.
It you are suffering with a cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
lots of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affectum ot the throat or langs, use Dr.
King's 2ev Discovery for consumption.
This is the groat remedy that is causing so
much excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless c;jyjs. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within the last year,
and have given perfect satisfaction in every
instance. We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only 6ure cure for throat
and lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommer.d it to all. Call and met a trial
bottle free of cost, or a regular siz ; for $1.
For sale bv George E. O'Hara, Druggist,
Cairo, 111." (3) ,
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
coufU.r.tlj' on duo.
At Seventy-five wnts per loud.
S t a v (5 T rimmintrs
At one dollar per load.
Tho "tr;mriinr"i'e coarse lain? und make
theboKt unimi:r wood for cooking purpoe.'a oil
the clieanf l ever cold in Cairo. For bHck
miili'n m in itir.z tir."i, they are nneqaal'td.
Leave your ordem at the Tenth ctrtet wood ard
YOCUM Sz BUODERJUK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Was-hiiiton Avenue, Cor.
CAUJO - - TIr.R
r. i ents
BhNT. F. GlUFTON, Stoky B. Lull)
Halrkht E. Fa ink.
Late (.'omniiV'ioin.r of 1'atuu'e,
P A T B I T 8
PAINE, GRAFTON & I.ADD,
Attorneya at-Law and Kollcltora of Atcencaa nod
4)2 FIFTH STKEET, WASHINUTuN, D.C.
Practice patent law in all lt branches in the
Patent Ufllrn, and In thu Knpreme and Circuit
Conrt t if the l.'nlicd Suite. Piiraphlet neut free
ou receipt of MABip for pontile
fciOVLS AND TINWAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES',
Manufacturer of snd Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & BIlkET-IRON WARE
ALL l.I.NDS OK JOH W0HK LONK TO OiULK.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Gl i iri? t - - I llinoira.
(JAIRO CITV FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June 1th. and nt.til tnrther
liotlcu the rerryboal will tnaku trlpa an lnlloii:
LRAVCS l.XAVIft LIAVKII
FoatFourthct Mlanoiirl Liind'. Kentucky Ld'if.
H:on a. m.
luiiio a. in.
'l:W p. in,
4;il . ro.
H:ao r, m.
i:W p. in.
4 M p.m.
9 a. m.
1) a. m.
a :, m.
B;0u p. in.
1 p. in
M EDM' AL.
4li Years Before the Public.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
arc 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 prepare,
tory to, or after taking quinine.
Asa simple purgative they areunequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Iach box has a red-wax seal on lhe lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane and Fi.kmino Bros.
pty Insist upon having the genuine DR.
C. McLANE'S LIVER 1'ILUS, prepared by
FLEMING 11R0S., rittslurgb, Ta.,
thi market being full of imitations of the
name McLnne, spelled differently tut
i-. .,r:i&- "r.o
Zito or c
. A -V S - -
Gil J EF.
TX'-:i:sIVJ: ANil-'i'V. or PROLONGED
JV hI GDY. will yoiiaco ii.'.lrr.iity in Hie Nerv
ona SKiem, in ,roj.oit!or. aibe e'.rennth ut the
cysleni ise-pcuded upon the ehihI in troubled
thought, eo arethe ornLB f iii(.-etion, r.m'.ru i
lion and nutritlou rend ri.d lnitive and n.if
in proportion ae theryotfra Lee ie lofrm. l.v ty
lnUividusl huKKomen:e urraj: t hi; t in wcai.r thnii
tho r-pt, and this : ay ihe Gr-t to n-nifcr iJurlni;
uervonii proi.trc.iior. ; tor exaniie, l"iclu:u t;cu
sonetime rau'-jK t-.tal ii-pennoii ol t!ie n.a-cu-lar
acting n( tho heart. wh-n iu patii-at 1 iJe'ill
itrtted. producing nudd. i' luTt.nr;l.Hi:e and I'ejth.
No doubt apy lenser rcmv.n c of t?: pra;tll.liity of
ri'ctor:Di; tlie nurvoi.. ny.cin, asd t ;rot:(;h the
nerves the mr.-cleaof th.1 '.-nr'erei oiei-i I EL-
lows' l OKhJCM) .SYI'.I'I of IJVl'OI'HOS 1
rll I'l B3 r.ari hem jjimv'!1! to pomcf. nirli power
hi uaniTooa liiitscces. l'.wiil imp'.r. nwr.jrth to
overcome aSlirtioa. Pi-raonswlio an; r.'.":iiitr.ni(-
M loot) upon tl'e dark ile sielwho eve no lilea
Lro In iivinir, oni.Fiu: ijiiH S;rap soou l.-nrn to
v. . hie mil enioy life, tnd thou; who iiudy c"ply
rinrijijr In'"; iKMirs vo'l ill l in iho Syrup a pro
iun'iir'of thu power of I'liutirarev In t lie liriiin.
There i" no ai.unl:ly in Ihe frt tbtt an impalr
( d Nervout Sy-t-n curii' Oniis;im tioa, Naral
ir'a. llrot.ehlt!., it) r-ii. Anlbn-.a, Kplli ptic Fit
Who-ping C n'h, llr-irt ))im ate. ar.d a hoft of
other; ttivnwU.viK it ahimrd that Fi-H.nn' Ilypo-phociil.it.-,
w Licb :iT-.-' ntill v curl's '-rvoim Diihil
ity. should cur there d:eeuiii et.o. "rlorn ive tte
ca'ii"' ar.d tha rftnp.Hiut wil tv..-e.
I -if Look out for tho i;aeij si.n R.idr'e". J. I.
PKLI.UW'.s. ht. John. N. H. en the nrvpi-r in
wstcr mirk, which is e..)& j hjnLni; the ii?-r iie
foretheliiit. HOLD BY ALL DKt'COJSTS .
KILL AND COMMISSION.
Com mission ?JfrrIian!s
YL11. (vF;,',i.N am; HAY
l'n 'j.'i ;t.i'H
Eyj)t iaii FlouringMills
Hi,.'. t Cu'. Prh e Paid for What.
I." ;U SALK.- A new job offlt'e. eoinploti'in ..'very
p.iriini at. M.d ju-t vhut t Aai.tert for the rnu
nf jn'n. pamptilet and otln't werk in i-niiill town.,
'i't.c nuti-rial was all car. fuily lelcclcn al Hie fnn:i
dry hv a job primer ol " - y Lri- i-jnriience. lv.e,
hord'.r, etc . are of the lun t .lylc, and In" per
fect ord r. The pniH in fli;li'.li luedimn. For
pi.rtprjlri,ai!dre!-a "A," c.oe cf liulletln ofllce,
XJOT.'CF. TO CONTKACTOliS.
ii rni,K -r citt OtrtiK,
(.'aiiio, ti.it, Oct. :,
Sch!(l prnpoala will he roei'ivcd at tlei" tK;.,
dlivrti d to the City Council of tu' city of Lntro,
until Ti o'eloi k p. in. of Twodur, Novnob'-r 1!h,
ls-iO, for furiilihii'i; the mae iin) and doing the
work, or oo'.n the ork m-ceiMury fo
thu e.on.trnction oi.'t r'.coDtructiorj of
the folic wing .iilvwulliii. vir: To b
constructed ol wood: tin the northerly lde of
Tweilth etri'-l. from Washington avunnn to Wal
nut street ; on thu nor hurl v elde of Fonrtrcnth
ureet, lu fruit iff loin No. :;, 31, 3.1, SB an) a? In
bock No. 7V 'lobe recmistructeii of wood: On
the wnitorly lde of Wabini,".on aver.ur from Fifth
to tslxih streutH.
To ho eoii.trccteil of hrich: On r. rtherly nldc of
Eltjhth itreet from Comrner lul to WKi-hintton av
enue; On Loth nldnH of SWtli ii''t from Lcvi-il
street to Commercial avenue. To b reroi .tnict
ed of cmdcMor eravid, in ll''i of old wooden
walk., on the couth elrte f Thirty-fourth street
fruin Co'iitnercrcl i avenue In point J7."i feet int
fr'im hyeatnore street ; tv nri idet hy ordinance
No. 5i approved Si pteinher .Ttli, ! Si I,' which I. on
fllo in thia off.ee and ubj":t to cxKiiiinittiou At any
TI.e right to reject any and n'd bids rescrvd hy
the .ty. D .1. I tH.KY.CIiy Clrk.
OUDINANCK NO. M
An ordinance uruntinir .ho Illiiiiils Centrcl Kail
road Company the right to lay nu additional
side, track ou Levee Ptrocl,
Be It oroalned by the City ConnrU of the city of
haerioN 1 . That tho rittht to Iny down an addi
tional .his truck on the eiioterly slrie of Levee
street frore the southerly side ol VonrtU atrort to a
point Sli'i feet north rdly, ta coniut with it.
main track, Is hereby xrur.O d to tho Illinois; Cen
tral lUllroiid Conipany.
SrcmoN it. The exercise nf 'he rl;'ht vranted
In the lorej.lnir section il.all r.nt he permitted un
til said company remove, iih prtseut double line
of mils froiilliii Ihe southerly end of block No.
eastwardlv a snflicieiit dl'thiicv to leave a gaod
roadway alunt; Levee utre-l to Fourth Mtrcet, the
wu'th of said r .adway at thenorth'vea comer of
Fourth and Leveo streets Ui bo 'it leust twenty feet
from the corner of tho present sidewalk. Hald
right In also uranted upon the condition that said
enmpuny will plank and (ravel it. tracks on said
Levee street in accordance wth the ordinance of
the eltv and to the satisfaction of tho Maor and
Committee on etrcen; and thu hm in rluht aluill ho
forfeited and cease to exist whenever ealfi&"rkv
ahull cease to lie kept So plunked and graveled.
Approved November 6ih. A. I). 1M!.
Attest; T. J. FOLEY, City Clerk. Mayor,
)Yoorsulve t y making mon
ey aheu a icolden t liaiicn la
offered, Uierehy ulwnya
keepluic "overly trom your
door. Teoao who always
tulie advantage of the eooil
chances for mrikliigmnnry that are offered, Keneriil
ly hee.onio wealthy, while those who do nut Im
prove nch chances remain in poverty. VI want
many men. women, hoy gii Is to rfo work fur na
rlithl In their own localities, 'I he huelni sa will
ii;y more ttmn ten titneii ordinary )ij.-sa. Wo
furnish nu opensnnslvu outfit ami all that you
need free. No one wlm enifiiuea full to nmltii
money rapidly. Vou can ilevote yi nr whole time
to the work, or only your apare mu'iirnt.. Full
iliformatlnn and all tuatl. nesned sent free. Ad
drtsa li'l'lN HON A Co., I'ortlnud, Kivlna,
Msneuctnrer and dealer in CaHlom tuade
HOOTS and SHOES.
FiiifKt and NratOHt
stock of CrMnm
Miide Boots and
Shoes for Hoyn'and
Men's) wear to ho
found in tlio city.
No tithf r uliop run
eoinjarc with it.
N II All nork warranted, and Repairing neatly
done on shoit nollce,
Virelittli Cf Iletwwn Cotiuiertial and
JTj 1 1; f 1 1 II Ol,, Wa.hiinjtou A,f
Cairo - - Illinois.
Boots and Shces
rroin Euanlng ever,
WZ - -,3V Unoriinfr fifTrin fha fida
mbXZ na Hipping mtno
l'or i. lie by
,C. K O C I I,
V.anufnrti'rer ;:d d -!cr in
ROOTS AND SIIOJvS
VI. WAYS crrli the ltirj'-st and best .elect d
s.'-oek of .'ui.-s;-Mii. Kofita ard sh'i- tor
C-Bt-ar. 1 I.v)m- war of all the l.iesi iy !,.. so
nlwa;.. -ii hniid a line of J. -l. i 0 uiaiie guols,
U:.'.1e i , I. aitcr and fladlne-. iuvitve ell to r.l)
n:.u ---.n:irie coii-l. am! lr:c before uurchasieg.
(Is fcr' n'.fli i nt Iree to those who wish to en-
1-v ',,r' """'' P'eaeaiit and prof.lable
I biii-ite knon, F.i nihil) new.
V 'l'-tV. uot required. We will faruisti
i'; J . i vi T'lMnp J'.m day and upward l yet
it !i.;iy ina'-i wi'houl' st.iyiiig an from
lui e o- r i.ic'lit, No rik whatever. Many new
weiker- wurU'-I at once. Ilkby are niakinz fort
nr. .t Ui bu-luesa. Ladle. 'mhke a. in a ii h.
nii -i, i:.,1 otni buy. and cirls maae crcit pay No
oni h'i !sl"n,g to work faiia to make more
nn.f j ' v- ry day inan can be made in a wck ai ai,y
r.ihi ni il r.n-r t. 1 hose whoenitee il onre
will Tii-'t Mnrt road io furlntje. .denn 11.
fi A I LK1T A en . Portland. Miir
A HEVEBFAlLISiS REMEDY
Fcr C!;;!ls ar.d Fever, Bilious and In
termiilcr.t Fovo'i. Dur.i'j Ague,
P.nd ail :i!.irijl Dirs..
Stop fHk.'ns IoIimuoi -iro,-a!
Rtp tMkinf .leaf-priMlni'lo ; O lininet
Moptaklr.c bone-dritr:'; l.ij; Mcrcoryl
Stop taking dun-ern" i'ni.nt
Stan:!. in) ( urn eou'a' i- :. Ijuinine!
Stuii'lani Cure cont.'.in n i Moi-cnryl
Standertt Cure couulua uo I'uIid.!
filamlurd ( ore la pleiv-aot to tukol
pr.ICK oO CENTS VKIX lilX.
Standard Cure Co.1!4 Nassau stN.Y.
And by DruntfLiW.
T. . "o Z.
Mi C '
PUOPHIETOK OF SPUOAT'S PATENT
VVholfsule Dcfiler in lee.
ICE BY THE CAi; LOAD OH TON.WELL
PACKED FOR 8IIIITING.
Cai Joads a Spet.'ialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Streot and Levee,
EV YORK STORi:
WllOEESALE AND KE'irlL
The Lni'cst .Variety Stock
IN" 'J'JIK. U1TY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIKK 5t. CO.,
Cor. Nlneteealh street) r'niVA Til
Commercial Awnne 1 VtMIU. All.
QICK HEADACHE !
Wo Menu (und. .Not Mendv lit lievet.
An I Call rrue What w..- CiaiiO,
t rl'li'ie sr no failures nnj no il!si,ppo'li,l
liionia. If you BrtpluTiieTTT Ml'K'ilKal)
AC1IK iHi c.iii he mi.jy and nulclily curnl, as
hundred, ban I ti-n ireuny VVe HTialfhii pVeaeed
to iniol a .li i-uif iiistiinoiiial. inuiiv Oiti tt-rv ii.
Carters Little Liver Fills
Also cure all furiiin ol ;I!ioii-m prev i.t Conatl
pailoti tml liyn pia. promote Iiitestlon, relieve
.1 I ..-( from Ion), early eating, correct lii.ordcri.
fit t'ie Moliiuch, Mioiufnte the I.U.-r. nii'I lleolnle
lh linw.-ls. They do all this hy lakiia' Jut ote
iillie pill at a rto.e "i'l. j nr.; purely v, i.'i'Uhlc, do
hot j.'iipe or pur-.'", ati'l'ure .i- in arlv pirltd a.
Hi- jn.iblu inr u i-iil t'i he. I'i io :; c r t, 6 foi
l. .':') hy liriiL'.'i.!- nrri ule re- or t.t by mall.
C.Miil.H ilKHIt iSl. LO . Mi IK. i'A
To .NrnoU" StiU'ei. xs -1 In- Cr -.it kuniciin I.t tu
rd1. - Pr. .1. II. f iltiNij'sliii il!f Medicine,.
Mr .1 II. rUmp.on'N SjieeHlc Mf'lif ine i. a post
live t tire for S crmalnrrlii a, Itu potency, Wtaknees
and all ilii-e...-. re.iili Imni tt If Aloiee. n hi t
v..u D.'hilltv. Irril.-ildlJiv. Mental Arrteiy, Li,i,giior,
Lassitude, )i pr.--.i-t.ji, ofsplrlis and lui.t tt.unl dc
rnn:.'in. lit. ol the Nervous hy.iem g,-nera'ly I'ains
In Hack or Side, I.n. if .Mitn.irv I 'rental em Oli.
A;;e anil risrun
tl iil b ad to ( on
ly and an early
t;rae. it holli".
No matter liow
shattered t Ii e
sjsteni may le
frol'l CTCfs of
any kind, a slum
eo.i.-! oi in p menu u,t i i,i mm
Hon. and tine ure tica th and happ
fore w in de.ijoiidi ucy ard vh.ni
r II. e list IMiL
LOitdiurv ard cl-mi Ihe hitrclR-
.iioieiue is oeiLij UsiU wl.li ROiiilerMI me
ramiihlet. er,t frte to a'l. Write d-r I . it si r
.'"t foil aiticiilai',
I'rlT'. spe-ir.r. 51 if) per p.ck,e. i-r pack
agK for J i ( lil ,e -m h;. leail on rtf -lpt ol
UiuDcy Aildress all order..
.1 II. MVl'MiN S JIEHCISI. CO..
fo. Ii snd ii Main t.. Ilutlalo, K. V.
HAY'S MT.( IflC MKMCI.NF,
TRADE M.RK.Thei.reatKnj'llstilKAIi: M AUK
Kenicdy. an nn-
faillog ure for
sperm a torrhwa,
Inipoleiicy. a tiii all
dliraaea that lol
l iw as a coti-e-cjiier.co
B t m t.' a'lUM.-: u io.. oi
AJC.O.tj Autir.Ljtuemory, ur.lntsai
lB":tnd, pale 'u the hack, dim J K f J,tr,(
Ms. of visii-n, pn n.i;re oll age.4" ACJT.
and many other ol oa tl at It ad to Insaitity or
con-etnptinn anl a pr mature grave.
Full partu ul-.ra in rnir puini-hlet, which w tie
irr to .end Iree by mail to ee,-ry one. Tbe c
eltte .ie4lclpe Is sold v a'l tliaggist. at l j t r
pacVape. six for or tiil Le tel. i iref 'iy niail on
reeeii t of th't Muiirvl.r n lilr--sl:ig 1 II E fl KA V
y KIHI'INK CO . .ou 1 Jl-clianie biot k. Deltoll
Wirii. Moid lu ( airo I v Ilartla) Brx., J'aui ..
hrhoh and (ie K O'lf.ra
I. ferf-eilt p'or. Proncnni-, ii ih' t l hy lh. hifk
t.i ronlil eutliiinti ia ea wnrl.i Oii.a b:ti.4
awiril t I J W on r Kii-ii" "' i l""i 17.
tvia o iiu 4i''-.. w H icu.'trrrtiN to T
M irtt.KuJ, ftuvru;
DR. KLLNE 8GREAT
, nil tin a i Jk miKkH'jL. Only num
jtfWiitijM Truil ai d Ii ir'.ftl rnttlnfn- M
Attli's L.PlUiUtiptiU. Fa. &tiwncipaldru0vM,
mra vm Ceiire ts naf
a ci'-ntifir trcatlM ua
Fpennatorrhiaa sod Krt
U.I llrblllly, lOKCkhrr
llh tUKaestlillit u to
the bat KKMKDIK8 ao't ne-lhoda of treatment,
.honld arnilfor th. new pampblei, hy pby.ltiAH VI
Uiirty yraratiriarleoce. Fiice, 10 ccoU.
Adilreci Uarraj Bill Fob. Co.
119 R.SSIb BTaair,
Hi. V. UTV.
1 11 Ntops, 4 set. reed. ONLY
Lj K,,i i"' ." taper
11 -u .
Ileatty, Washington N.J
,-itiur. ri e,i,ir.u r.
Lowest prlcea ever known
on Ilreecli-I.outlers, rifle
Our St 1 f Hliot C.UM.
at t.retitly redeced price.
sieiiu stiimp rnr our mw ii
liiatratcd Cuti.logne tl)) I'. low ill A Sou. t'4
Main street Clllt'luhiitl
AG U E Af(FFER ! ! f T
TIANOS. JI.Vi. up. WAlt' ANTEIM years. Her
tied llnad Instniiiicnta at ll.Md.AINS. A(.KNTH
WANTF.I). Illustrated CATALCtit K FKHK..
HOKACK WAT KHS A CO., Mil llroadway, N. Y.
M A.L T
The New Food
Malt Rittkks Company.
13 I ri: r.l.1 E H s.
'rilKHli I. no greater lllood l'roducer and Ilia
-I- sustaining priei i'ie in ilie world ol foods t
tuedlrliie limn MALI' lllTTKHH, prepured ironi
I'll form in ted Malt, llopi and (,'uinliie, They fits
the body and the brain, enrich il,e Idood, solldi'v
tlie hones, hnrdeti lint mriseles, nmet the nery s,
cheer the mind, ported digestion, regulate llo
stomach and howids, t'ltunse the liver und kidneys,
and vttalUe with lirev life every ilnldofthe henl.
Ilewure of luiitiitlona siniilarlv niiiiied. Look f--r
the t'O.Ml'ANVH bliiNA I lltK which appct'a
plalulv on the label of eyerv bottle. Sold ev.iy
where. MALT II1TTKKH CO., Ilorton, Man.
.N'ewnnd verv Attrmtlve Stiles nrc now ren.ly
(test cabinet or l'arlor orjan In
the world, winner, of highest tii
tlnetlon Ml- every great Sor!,!'
r.xhlhlMiin lor thirteen years.
1'rlce.;,i,rt7, JiW, 9Hi,ru. t
jivm nnd ttpwaul. rut easy pay
meiiis, iH..,iH a tiiimter and tin
ward. Cutulognea free. MA'-oN
A Ilumlln Orgi.ii CO., 1M Tn'
munt street, Huston Mil Ka.i ttili
street, il'nlon Priunrt'.i New York, Mil Veabt.a