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XHfe DAILY UA1K0 BULLETIN; FRIDAY MOUNiNi, OCTOBER 17, 1884.
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s All communication thoold be addressed to
K. A. BUKNK TT,
Publisher and Proprietor,
of New York.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
of Cook County,
FOU CONGRESSMAN. 20ta Dial.
F. E. ALBRIGHT,
tAnd the bilance of the Democratic ticket
We are authorized to announce that Mr. Angua
I.iek la an lndepcud''nt candidate for State's At
tnrney of Alexander County, In tho approaching'
We are authorised to annonnre William N. But
ler a the Republican caudldntu for election to the
oltlceoj State's Attorney of Alexander County,
We are authorized to annonnce George W. Il. n
drlcks, Esq.. ai Independent candidate for Statu'
Atlorncr ot Alexander cguuty.
Wo are authorized to announco Mr. Alexander
H. Irvin aa an independent candidate for re
election to the ofllie of Circuit Clerk, tn the
ccuilng election lo November.
Wo are authorized to announce the came of
Richard FiUgerald aa a candidate for re electiun
to the office of Coroner at the ensuing November
Wo are authorized to announce tho namo of
Tbomaa B. Vallette. of Santa Fee Precinct, an an
Independent cand (lute for County Commissioner
a the ensuing election.
A CHANGE OF PARTIES WILL BRING
Albany Argus: Tho bard times prevail
in in this country are clearly due to R
publicanism. The party in power ia re
sponsible for the condition while it U in
power. A change for the butter will only
come by a change of parties. To Republi
canism extravagance is habitual. Democ
racy is everywhere the party of economy in
government. The great mass of its mem
bership comprises poor men. It is true to
its members when iris" frugal in publio
trusts. The illicit wealth of the country,
on the other band, is allied to Republican
ism. It is the party of rings and corpora
tions. The Republican party is equally
true to its controlling influences, whon it
is wasteful in management and corrupting
in tendency. Neither party should be an
object of wonder, for responding to tho
laws of its own quality. A party in power
affucU the business of th country in two
ways: First, it determines how much
money shall be raised out of the people
and spent by the officeholders. Socondly,
thu cxamplo which it sets in this regard
hat a treat influence on the living customs
of the people. Just as "a strong govern
ment makes and means a weak people," so
does an expensive government make and
mean a prodigal and abort-sighted peo
ple. The Republican administration of the
government has, for a long time, cost the
people much moro than necessary or than
could be honcBtly accounted for. In addi
tion to the extravagance which has prevail
ed in this respect, over one hundred million
dollars a year, for many years, have been
raised from tho people by direct or indirect
taxation, moro than tho rings installed in
power Lave been able to Bpcnd, even when
they have done their utmost to got away
with it. This is what "a surplus" means
in government affairs. It is the amount over
and above the sum required for the expen
ses of the government and for a liberal al
lowance for wants which may occur. Un
necessary taxation is oppression and rob
bery. An hundred million dollars a year,
for many years, shows that oppression and
robbery, in tho form of unnecessary taxa-
. tion, have become wrought into a Republi
The material effect of this ou tho general
mass of the people is seen in tho hard
times which prevail. Tho moral effect of it
on Republicanism is seen in the fact that
the corrupt and arrogant elements which
have an interest in maintaining an extrava
gant scale of expenditure, havo nominated
Messrs. Blaine and Logan, who are pledged
to adlie'j to such a course, and who are
earnestly desirous jot it. The people can
understand why Messrs. Blaine, Logan,
James J. Hunted, Chauncey M. Dcpew, A.
, B. Cornell and Messrs. Dorsey, Bradey,
... Elkins, Phelps, Kellogg, Gould and the
. other supporters of Mr. Blaine should be
for increased taxes and a higher surplus
every year. It is to tho interest of their
pockets that it should bo so. But it is
' against the interest of every man who does
1 . not make a living out of "the government."
It Is against the interest of tho laborer, tho
mechanic, tho manufacturer and the taer-
; chant. It it against the interest of all who
pay wages and of all who earn them. Tho
, evidnocu ii seen in the. failures, which are
locrauing on every tide; in the reduction
:, v of wage, occurring among those wbo are
not absolutely closed out; in the shutting
down of factories and the going out of fur
naces; in the inability of the fanners to
forward their products or to get a living
price for them, and in tho incrcaso of the
price of the necessaries of lifo which is oc
curring on every hand.
Only by a change of parties can better
times be assurcd.j
For tlift Farmer.
Dead weeds sow no seeds.
Milk Is three per cent heavier than
A mneliluo for allocking grain has
Foreign cnttlo companies own 1,000,
000 Texas cattle.
There nro 2.jO,000 acres of planted
forost in Nebraska.
Skimmed milk, sour milk and butter
milk nro all good for poultry.
Cedar wind-breaks nro recommended
by tho Kansas Horticultural Society.
Sandwich Island breeders nro ship
ping bloodod horses from this country.
Tho Massachusetts Ploughman says
'Vnsihiiro is still on its successful
An invention is reported for making
rural transportation easier and cheaper.
Jt is a cheap wooden railroad niado to
run wagons over.
A ram's-horn horseslioo has been
manufactured in Lyons, France. It is
intended for use on pavements, ani
mals wearing them being less likely to
slip than tlioso wearing iron shoes.
Professor Budd, of tho Iowa Agri
cultural College, tho best authority on
tree-oultnro in tho West, says tho whito
birchos from Eastern Europo nro much
better adapted to our prairies than tho
birches native to this continent.
Tho swino mange is said to bo caused
by a minuto insect that burrows under
the skin, and keeping tho swino in lillh
increases the insects. To euro it, wash
the pigs with strong soap-suds, and,
when dry, grease with mixed coal-oil
find lard, equal parts.
F. 1). Curtis, in the New York TrU
bum, says ho plowed up a six-acro field
whero the gras3 wa3 running out, and
found it was duo to tho presence of
whito grubs in tho soil. IIo sowed it
to buckwheat, which tho grubs will
not cat, nnd proposes to starve thorn
To feed young pigs six times a day
is better than to do so less often, says
an exchange. By a "littlo" Is moant
enough to till tho stomach moderately
full, but in no caso to tho extent of
stuffing or gorging. This latter man
ner of (eoding will destroy the appetite
or produco an inflated or poddy condi
tion and stunt tho pig.
Professor Boal, of tho Michigan Ag
, ricultural College, ono of tho best au
thorities on grasses, writes that ho has
many times seeded land to grass with
out anothor crop, and always rocoivod
a fair yield of grass tho first year with
Spring Beoding, and a good crop with
Fall seeding. If sown in early Au
tumn, tho annual woods dio out and
leave tho grass to tako tho lead In the
Tho National Live Stock Journal says:
"Wo wish to call tho Wostorn far
mers' attontion to tho fact that West
ern horses aro found less ablo to work
on pavements than Canadian horses of
tho snmo weight, and that in tho East
ern markets this is attributed to tho
general uso in the West of corn as food
for tho young horsos, while oats nnd
pens aro fed mostly in Canada as grain
Tho Poultry World says that tho dif
ference betweon an egg laid by a
plump, healthy-fed hen, Fed with good,
fresh food daily, and an egg laid oy a
thin, poorly-fed hen is as great as tho
diff'orenco between good beef and poor.
A fowl fed on garbage and weak slops,
with very littlo grain of any kind, may
leg eggs, to bo sure, but whoa theso
eggs aro broken, to bo usod for cakes,
pies, etc., they wili spread in a weak,
watery way over your dish or look a
milky white, instead of having a rich,
slightly yellow tingo. A "rich egg"
retains its shape as far as possible, and
yields to tho beating of a knife or spoon
with moro rcslstanco nnd gives you tho
conviction that you aro really beathif
something thicker than water or diluted
An errand boy in a Philadelphia fancy
storo has just been left 1300,000, but it is
thought ho Will diocsrlvnf Pnnmimtitmn
There is nothing better for young children
mat aro aauy exposed limn a spoonful or
two of Dr. Bull's Cough ttyrup.
An InciiliMit of Social Life In Mexico.
First Signotiia "Lot's havo our
party start at 10 o'clock to-morrow
Socoud Signorita "I fear 10 o'clock
will bo a littlo too early. Tho young
gentleman enn't get here."
'There is to bo another revolution at
half-past 3 nnd, of uourso, thoy will bo
in tho field."
"Truo, I forgot that. Hut what hour
shall wo lixP"
"Say half past 10. It will bo over
by that Umo.Philaitcljhin CalL
m ei .
Whito Blockings aro becoming ngain
in vogue. Doctors have discovered that
tho solo of tho foot 'absorbs dves,
whether black or colored, and Unit a
continuous process of slow blood-poisoning
is going on nmong those who uso
colored hosiery. Tho origin of several
new diseases that havo lately npponrod
is attributed by medical men to the
pernicious dye stuff's which aro used in
tho manufacture of stockings.
The independent American citizen
who cuts sardines will bo glad to
learn that thu packing-box is mado
in Jersey City, tho wrapper is printed
in Now York, tho tin cans aro manu
factured In Boston, tho ilbh aro caught
on tho Malno coast, and tho oil is ex
tracted from cottonseed In Goorglo.
m m ...
Pucli reprrsentativo horsemen as Mr. 12.
C. Walker, Veritas, tho Spirit of thoTim. s,
New York, and Mr. R. H. Withers, Fair
lawn Stock Farm, Lexington, Kentucky,
testify that St. Jacobs Oil, tho great pain
cure, is unsurpassed for all kinds of horse
A Hungarian Steerage Passenger
Arrested by Livorpool Detoo-
tives On Suspioion.
His Luggage Searohed and Thirty Pack
ages of Dynamite Discovered The
Thunderer's Echoes Prom Ohio.
Encouraging News From Wady Haifa
I Ionian to Row Beach in May For
the World's Championship.
LiviuirooL, October 10. As the pas
sengers were disembarking from tho
American Lino steamer Lord Clive. from
Philadelphia, an Irish dotectlve arrested
a Hungarian steerage psttscnger on sus-
..!.. In III.. .. , ..... L ' J
jjii-iuu. iiib luguxu woo suujecveu u
search with the result of di'smvcrlTur
thirty Dackaies of dvnamltp. nmkinir
about a pound and a half.
THK TIMKS O.V OHIO.
London, October 16. The Timet' this
morning devotes a leader to American
politics, apropos of the Ohio election.
Sorao noteworthy sentences are as , fol
lows: "Ohio still continues loyal to the
Republican party. It U unlikely that she
will reverse the maioritv of lfi.liflf) In
November. The Presidential rnnfc at. U
now narrowed to New York and Indiana.
No great issues have been raised durlntr
the camnalzn. and tho ncrsonnl ntinstlmi
has been moro debited than tariff or
civll-sorvice reform. When the election
has been decided, freo trade will nroh-
ably become the dominating and dividing
question in amenca."
THE BANKERS' ISSTITUTK.
At the meeting of thn Instltiitn nf
Bankers to-day Mr. liobert W. Itarnet
reaa a paper on "The May Tanlc in New
York." lie likened tha beneficial ar t Ion
of t e Clearing llouso Association to the
inieriercnco oi tno ilanlt of Knglaud in
the panic of 1847, 1857 and 18(16. The
operation was iustillml. ha maint'Llmit
by tho success with which it has been at-
tenued. He praised the precautionary
measures which had been adopted by tho
Clearing House since the panic.
TI1K AMEKICA DISTANCED.
Tho National Lluo Bteamer America.
which arrived at Quecnstown yesterday
morning, was obliged to 6top two nours
aim a hall on the second dar out. owinir
to heated bearings. She never caught
sight oi tho Oregon after tho first day.
Wady Ualfa, October 1C A native
who arrived from El Obeld by way of
Moraweo reports that no steamer has
been wrecked but tho Dahabrleh, the
crew ot which was murdered within a
day's march of friendly territory. The
native reports that El Mahdi's troops oc
cupy the heights aloug tho Nile, north of
Khartoum, and have thrown broken tel
egraph wires across tho river.
Londox, October 1C Australian ad
vices state that Hanlan will cow Beach
for tho championship of tho world 'on
the first Saturday in May, 1885, and will
also row Clifford for 200 sometlmo
within tho nxt six months. Both races
will occur on tho Paramatta River.
Viknwa, October 1C At tho Strauss
celebration yosteiday, telegrams, letters
and wreaths from all parts of the world
Rome, October 1G. During the pa-t
twenty-four hours there were seventy-six
fresh cases of cholera at Naples and thirty-six
deaths. No deaths occurred at
Close of the Fall Elver Mills.
New York, October 1C Yestorday a
written agrccmeut to closo tho mills at
Fall Itlver for ono week was signed by
thirty -ono mills, representing over 1,000,
000 spindles out of tho 1,400,000 em
ployed on print goods. This will throw
ten thousand persons out of work for tho
time being, and unloss tho market Im
proves tho prospect Is that tho shut
down will continue Indefinitely. Tho
wages amount to scvonty-flvo thousand
uoiiars por week. This action on tho
part of tho Fall Klvcr manufacturers has
caused some stir among tho dry goods
merchants of this city, though It was not
wholly unexpected. A me ber of tho
Arm of Bates, lluod & Cooky said last
night! Over production is the
principal causo of tho suspension.
Tho Jobbors who distribute
goods throughout tho country havo been
carrying largo stocks during past years,
unaing iraao rosirictcd this year,
only carried about two months' suodIv.
This clogged up the commission houses.
Financial stringency and the heavy frost
of September, 18h;i, which shortened tho
Western crop, also affected tho trade.
Wo do not feel tho effect of a short or
heavy crop until tho second year. This
jear'strado Is only eighty percent, of
last year's. Tho effect ot this suspension
will bo to allow consumption to ovortako
production, and trada will thou revive."
"Tho effect of this suspension will bo
but temporary," said a member of tho
ilrm of Lord & Taylor. "Overpro
duction, lack of business confiiluiico, and
tho election caused It. The market will
bo stlffoned by shutting down,"
A member of Simpson, Crawford &
Blui iou said i "The mills havo bocn
producluir unseasonable goods, for which
there was no demand. One mill pro
duces as much as Is consumed la thrco
Mij.wai'KKk, Wis., October 1C Flro
in tho village of Montollo, Marquetto
County, Inst night, dostroyod tho bank,
Opera 1LUI, llvo bos loots houses and a
dwelling. Los, $25,000 j Insurance light.
Origin of the tire unknown.
CaJlod on tha Pr mUbuit.
Waoiiimoton, D. C, October 10. Tho
incmlnrs o tho International Mortdlau
CongrcM called at the While Houho to
day and won proacntod to tao rresktmt
by BtcMaty ftrollngBuysen. . .
Arrlvod With tha CabU.
New York, October 1C The steamship
Faraday, with the New York end of the
jionnett-Mackay cable, arrived off the bar
at 5iC5 this morning.
Dofea'ed Bat Not Disheartened.
Boston, Mass., October 16. II. M.
Dufur, who was defeated in the wrestling
match last night, challenges his oppo
nent, John McManon to another contest
for $700 or $1,000 a side.
A Schooner Wrecked.
Halifax, N. 8., October 10. Tho
schooner Charles Valentino from this
port for Sydney, C. B., was totally
wrecked at Dry Breaker, near Loulsberg,
Tuesday night. No trace of the crewcau
bo found, and It is believed all wero
Another Locomotive Engineer Killed.
Detroit, Mich,, October 1C Express
train No. 2, which left Detroit at 7 p. m.,
over the Canada Southern, jumped the
track near Tllbery station, forty miles
east of Windsor, Ont., last night. It is
reported that Engineer Fox, was killed,
and that the fireman aud several passen
gers were badly injured. Particulars
Killed by Lhtning.
Jolikt, III, October 1C During a
terriblo thunder storm early this morn
ing Mrs. W llllara Grace, wife of an old
and respected citizen, while Dasslnz
under a tree in the rear of ht r residence,
tnrougn Jollet street, was struck by
lightning and killed. About the 'same
timo a man. name unknown, wan Htrnrlr
dead ou the sidewalk at a place where
there were no trees or conductors of any
Toronto, Ont., October 1C Woltz
Bios., jewelers, on King Btreet, assigned
yesterday. The cause of the collapse Is
attributed to the partners being unac
quainted with the business and their con
nection with a jewelry house in Wlnno
peg, which fal.ed early In the year. The
liabilities are placed at $1)0,000, E. S.
Collbcr holding a chattel mortgage for
$30,000, and the remaining $40,000 owing
In great part to a Montreal house.
Macon, Mo., October 1C Burglars
raided tho town last nhht, but did not
succeed In carrying olf much booty.
They first broke open a carpenter's shop
and procured tho necessary tools. They
then forced the door of W. J. Wright &
Bro.'s grocery store, carrying off sonio
cigars aud what change there was in tho
drawer, F. Sen wells ban's saloon was
next entered aud tho money drawer
emptied and some liquor carried off.
There Is no clew to the perpetrators.
Grain and Provisions.
TIICItSDAY, OCTOHEK i Wi.
Cottos Steady; nnddlintr. 9!4'il0'4i.
Flouu Steady; XXJL W cuoiue, $2.40 WJO.
Whkat Wunkur: No. 2 Kod, "ti.V'&'.TJic;
No. 3 lied. OiatiSiiO.
t Corn Firmer; No. S mixed, 48ii'W!i!4o;
No. 3 white mixed. Bsc.
OATS-i'lrmor; No. 2. !M'4i;ij.
Kvb Lower: No. 2. 611 ',o.
Toiiacco Firm; luirs; common to choice
HlMt&M.W; loaf; ' common rod luuf, t7.xj
lU.iW: medium to irood f!U3l7.uO.
Hav I'raii'ie 19.50 i,i.UJ lor prime toctioloo
new; clovor mixed, f7.0nijl0.UU tor common w
prime: prime now timothy, flo.ouill.iw; tun
Hutteh Ilisher: cholceto tanoy rrentnerr
2oti.'Uic: dairy, choice to luuoy, iUSdiiu; low
iiuos Steady; fresh stock, ; 14au'o per
Potators Steady, at 30a."Jlo per binliol.
Pokk Steady; new mess. Sltl.6031H.75.
Labd Julot; prime steam, "S&tte.
Bacon Lonns, loail'to; , shorts, 11 c;
Cteiir ribs, 11 ",c, all packed.
Wool Tub-washod. choioo, 2:ic; fnlr.
Z7o; dlniry and low 26o. Unwashed Choice
medium, 'MSi'-'Ao; (rood averairo mo
di urn lMlttc: Relucted liirtit fine- 17IHo; pool
avorago, li5l7o; heavy llltlc; comblnir. V
Wood, a)'(fr':i',o; comblnir, low irradoH, 1i)iS17j.
Hioks Hiirher and tlrm; dry hint, l'4c;
damnired, lllSe; bulls or stairs Hint H)c,
suited, c; (fine stouk, 5c. Grcenr-salto i. '.to;
diimnsred, 7o; veul calf Bklnx, 114c; bulla or
stiiirs, tic; (rreeu uneurod, 74i7!ic; Uamug-oJ,
b; ; (rluo, ;io.
Siikkp PKiiTS Woftk; jrroon. KA5o; dry
do, 45 ((550., as to ainomitund guality of wool;
green shearling's, liu-Ue.
Wiibat i!lirlicr;rNo. 2 IUM, October, p;
November, December, STcj January,
Wv: February, M'tc: May.Wlc.
(John Steady; October, ttk1; November,
fiiiKo; December, W'ic; Juuuury, 4:,c; May,
Oats Lower; October. 31Jic: Novombor.
8214c; December, Klo.
Whkat Weaker; joctohor. 75c; Novn-n-ber,
7fi"4c; December, Tiho; January,
7S",e: May, Wo.
(John Lower; October, B.'ic; November,
fil'io; your, 4:'ivc; Januiiry, ilscj Way,
Oath Weaker; October, lc; November,
SiVio: December, SO.vc; year. )o; May.
I'oitK Lower; October, f 1(1.00; year,
S12.10; January, fl2.2.i.
bAii r inner; ucionnr, fi.Zi'i; woveninor,
$7,224: December, 17.20; January, $7.2741
Shout Huts October, $'.1.05; Novombor,
$7.iiU; January, 0.25.
Llvo Stock markets.
Hons rtooolpK 1,5 K; market fairly active;
Wilde higher; liirlit, $l.io'5.l5; rourh puck
Imr. $l.(lo '(5. 00; lioavy puokliitf and shipping,
$5. II) 45.55.
Oatti.K Kerolpls, lO.OK); market (lull anil
Kcnerillly lower; exporlM, $(1.50(07.00; (rood to
choice, $."i.lWijil,Wi; common to lair, f4.2.Vi5.50;
Tetans, l.itt&:i.75. ,
Siikkp Iteoelpis, 2,500; steady; common to
choice, t2.20(.t. 10.
Catti.k Nollilniciilolnir; (rood yradus In do
niuiid. Siikkp Fulrdeiniind; common to falr$.Vr4
n.'.Kl; (rood to ch'iicc, $l'ii.:i': WcHeru
lambs, :i.H'ff4I..V); (.'aiiadii lunili. $l.7.V'f,l.l) 1.
lldtis Mark 't steady nnd fair demunil;
(rood to choice Vorkeis, $i.2,V'i5.40; llifht do
r5.t(K.5.2n: Rood iiiedniiu, trMWM; pltfS,
$4.50'!'; nil (old.
Catti.k Hccelpts, 2,10(1; slow and weak!
exports, t'l.no Ml.:); riuhI to clinlco
Hliltipinir, $5.x5i5.oo; cimimon to rnndlutn,
5.0tMuV4H; feeders, f.MM,M; cows, J2.0(h8
!i,25; iri'ii-sTcxiiM sierra, ;J,so'jJt.;in.
lions II welpls, ,(flio; weak and slow)
l,V!(lo lower; lots or W in 21 lbs. averajro,
$4.424(6l.7li: mainly. $i.5o,Rir.,
SilKKe-llcoelplH, 1,100; woii, stemlyi rait
In (rood, 1 l"di&l&i common to medium.
Alonoy and Stock Marknt.
Nbw Vomk. Oetolier 15. Money 3 per oonk
Kxchatur' dull. Uovcnmient, tlrm ; cuneii'
ey, d's, l:W bid; 4's, coupon, 120 bkli 4's,
do., 1124 bid. The mock market thus far Inn
been I'everlHlOitnl lireitular. In tho nponhtM
dcjillnir prices declined l i iiotli.iially, but th
dtH'ilno wax reenvere I by noon on siipportlnii
(inleiK. At miitdny the beuritmailo a raid on
V underbills, which, under brink selllntr, do.
clhHid sharply, weakcnlnif the rest of th
ItMt. At tha Uinn of wrliltm thu market was
to 1 por OHUt down and feverish.
THC CDrAT MU
Man REM EU I
Rheumatism, Neuralqia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Jlore Tlironl. Mu-lllilu.. Mpnilnit, UruUrs,
llunio. Ncnliln. I ro.l ltiir.
. i?D ("lt:H Bllllll fil.VH 1MI nt'llIS.
Sold by lrugl.l il lrl,,ra vrtl,ni. Km. feuii t bottlt
- PltKthilii In II l.aiiumiti a.
THK MI.UM.F'M A. VU(;K.Ht CO.
'muMvnwA.Vuuuj,uvu.i . BalllMun.aiL.l'.I.A,
BIck IleaciAeho and rdiero all the tronMes Inet
dent to a bilious state of tliofyntcm.iuch an Dix
rlncee, Kaasua. Drowainewg, Di"treaft(Ti'tin(f,
Ta n in the Side, Ac. While their moat runark
blu success hu been ihown In curing
HeiidAthr.Trt Cart er' Little Liver Tills aro enally
valuable ia Coumipuilon, curing and prcvi-niinii
thii annoying complaint, while they aliio comtl
all disorders of the iioiuarb, ellmulato the liver
aud rvfulate tho Luwcli. Even U they only cured
Arte t hry wonld bcalmoiit priceless to those who
uirjr from thu distrcning cumplaint; but fortu
nately thuir goodness doea not end hire, and thou
vhoonretry them will find tluo littlujiilli vultv.
Mn In so many ways that they will not be willing
to ilo v?Uliout Uiwu. liut alter all tick hod
Is the nana of so many livr i that hrc It whcr w
make our prcat buteU Our bills curg it while
Others do not
farter's Little LIvt aro VTy nall ana
very tay to take. Clnoer two pills tiiakeadoae.
Thty are strictly viiMablo and do sot frrite or
pnrge, but by rt ir gcntla action please all who
uaethom. InvialtalalScents; flvo forjl. Bold
by tlru'istt every where, or tuut by tumU
CAKITR MEDICINE CO.. New York
TUB HEST T1IISG KXOWX
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
BAVE.S LAIIOK. TIMK and SOAP ASIAZ
IM.LY, and irive) universal SHtNriwtiou. 0
family, rich or poor, should be without it.
Hold by all Orocert. UEWA RK of Imltationi
well dusiKtied to mislead. 1'KAKM.NE is UiC
O.M.Y hiAt'K labor savinil comixjund, aud at
VU't bears the above- syuibul, and uitmo ut
If you nrc bilious, dyspeptic
or constipated, a few bottles
of Hops and Malt Bitters will
cure you as they have many
others. An occasional use of
Hops and Halt Bitters Rives
tone to the blood, strengthens
the nerves and promotes per
fect digestion. Do not be
persuaded to try something
else, said to be just as good,
but get the genuine For
sale by all dealers.
HOPS & RflALT
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at tho FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft bottom . Ft. slftvu, Capacity tiuls. 1'rlcp.
C x 1450 $21.00
0 x 1C30 215.00
7 x II 2000 32.00
7 x 2250 30.00
7 x 10 '2500 10.00
Thuto taukt aro mado or t'bKAIt CYPHKHS. VC
Inches) thh lc, Nucuruly hnotiud and aro WATii.ll
TIOIIT. They aru
Bhlppoil wholounil nro well hrut'oil
to nruvnul thulr lu'lnu I'nctd'il ut hrokuu In hiiml
lliiK. Kstlnmtes fiirnisliud fur
Ttinksj cr nny BIko.
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ol COL, I'll KO. 11 V AT r, l'ruslduut.
mi ii 1- -flJJK.
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who nro tired of Callrovi thai fndt In sunshine or
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A PIEPER BREECH
G U N.g
JllUEnUO I DUH for the leant monri
ever otlercd to las public. .
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At noicasls ouly by (sond for tatalofus)
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Wnva.it iin active, entrifetlc nd trnslwortliy
person, either sex, la every town and villain in tha
l . H to sell our snorts. We ofrer a permanent
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to us well recommended. We ro not desire to cr
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ILL. MSS. OA.
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