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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TITESDAV MOKNLNU, MU'iEMBEU a. 1S7S.
yr R. SMITH, M. D.
0Hke ami Reslilenc :
ICO. 81 THIKTEESTIl STHEKT, CAIRO, ILL
1 W. DcNNINU, M.D.
Office ami Resilience:
CiFKK'K-N.W. cur. Sixth el., near Ohio Lctoo.
KKSIDKNCK Corner walnut auu jnu nnm
R. E. W. WIIlTLOCIv,
OrrtrK-Sn. IX Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth StrecU
It. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Coinmerelal Avenue,
Q P. WHEELER,
OFFICE Ohio Levee. In t. Fourth ami Sixth at,
"JMNEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
St. LouN, 'cairn ami P.uliicah Packet
SPLKMUI) SIDKWKK.F.L FREIOHT AXD PAS
li 1)E SMET,
JOHN RIlfN'KU Master.
JOHN LEAMKN Clerk.
Leaves Cairo every Wednesday at 3 p.m. for I'uilu
cah. Leave Cairo every Thnrnil:iy at 2 p.m. for St.
For frclL'ht or passage apply on Hal'ddey rhilltps'
wharf-boat, or to JAMES 111003, Agent.
SB. Ohio Levee.
For Columbus, Hickman and New Madrid
JOSEPH AM BROS Master.
LEAVES CAIRO EVERY
TUESDA YrillTtSDAY ami SATURDAY
For frelirht or passage apply on Hallldtiy & Phil
lips' Wbarl boat, or to
v JAMES BIGOS, Agent.
5rt Ohio Levee.
10 CITY FElillY CO.
MEAVK I.KAVKs LEAVE
Foot Kourih ft Mlxfourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
h a. m.
Hi h. m.
.' p. hi.
8:: a. m.
10:-m a. m.
2::w ). m.
(I a. in.
II a. it..
:i p. in.
.1 p. in.
JJTWe are authorized '.o nuuounce th" inline of
Samuel Ilri'tey of Ilulewood an a Candidate for
County Commissioner of Alexander county at the
ensuing November election.
fj!""We are authorized to announce John Hodge
n a candidate for Slieritfof Alexander county at the
ensuing November election.
tS'e are authorized to announce 11. C. I.OF
LIS a a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county,
subject to the decision of the people at the election
In November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OK THE CITY AND I'QlXTY.
f'AlltO, 111., Sept. 1 'HTS.
Time. JUr. Tiier. Hum Wind. Vol. Weather.
8:4t) a. in mini
2 p.m. li'i.M
M . SW
Maximu-n Thermometer. I5; Minimum Ther,
moineter. VI ' ; Kululall, O.iW !m h.
W. II. HAY,
Scrg't Signal Corps, V. S. A.
Other local matter on third pnjre.
Foil Rknt. Cottage on Tenth struct,
between Viishiii''ton mid "Walnut.
The L i.liea of tin! W. C. T. U. will meet
ut 4 p.m. to-diiy t Temperance Hull.
Be sure and buy a ticket for K. M. K. C.
entertainment, for it is for a good eiiuse.
Ff.sii Ovstkiik, just received tit M. W
Parker's, Winter's block, Commercial
Fon Rest. The Cuhl property, on
Holbrook Hveutie, corner of Twenty-third
street. Apply to
A. P. SniKOKmjn, Agent.
Lost on Stk.vved Two yellow and
white setter pups, about four months old.
Any ono returning the same to J no. A.
Reeve at the court house will be suitably
Bkttf.h procure your tickets for K. M. K.
C. entertainment now, so u to avoid the
The Cairo City Coal Compniiy can sell
better coal cheaper than anybody tor three
sound reasons: It mines its own coal from
its own mini's; it p.iys no royalty; and it
can and does land it at Cairo ut bottom
triuifportation prices. These facts enal.l., if
to do just what it says it will do. purtj,,
in Cairo, therefore, can purcha.se K) bushels
or one ton, or 10 tons at the same figures
that 100 tons can bo bought. And the pru
dent housekeeper knows that now is the
time to prepare fur the cold weatn-r coining
and lay in a supply of cheap coal.
Tom Winter will, on next Thursday
afternoon, oft'er for sale at public auction
ono lot, in block 2 second addition, with
the buildings therein. See advertisement
Business is dull. Try stock specula
tion. Thousands of dollars are often made
from an investment of one hundred. Scud
to Alex. Frothington & Co., brokers, 13
Wall street, New York, for their Weekly
Financial Report, sent free.
Mr. Rob Stewart, Sunday, received a
telegram announcing Hie death of his sis-
ter, Mrs. Ritchie, ot yellow fever, at Xcw
Orleans. Mrs. Ritchie was raised almost in
this city, and her dentil will create grief in
the ranks of a large circle of relatives and
The city council meets to-night.
Would it not be a good idea for the board
of health to send in a few of tho bills it has
contracted, just to give thc people a taste of
What they may expect when the whole
thing conies up ror settlement;
The lecture of Father Murphy at St.
Patrick's church Sunday night was well at
tended, and those who had the pleasure of
listening to the reverend gentleman were
outspoken in praise of his effort. We did
not ascertain the pecuniary result of the
Jack Conner one of the landmarks of
Cairo known to every man, woman and
child in the city, died yesterday nfter a lin
gering illness. In bis day and in his way
Jack was a prominent figure in Cairo, and
often rilled a large measure of the attention
of the public. lie was well up in years,
though by no means an old man. He
leaves a family behind him, almost all
grown. The funeral will take place to
day and the remains will be conveyed
to Villa Riilge on the passenger train at
1 :10 this iitV rnoon.
Work is progressing finely on the new
county road and on the new bridge across
Cache. If the present intentions of the
county board can Jie carried out the
new road will supply a most important
want long felt both by the people outside
of Cairo and the people of Cairo themselves.
While the expenditures are light, the work
is first-class in every particular, and the
country people have in store what is to a
farmer the greatest of all boons a good
road. The timber of the approaches to the
bridge arc all in their places on either side,
and as soon as the idling is completed for
the abutments, the iron work will be placed
in position, and we shall have a first-class
- That order permitting trains lived
twenty-four hours longer than the mo.t
sanguine predicted. Its age was just seventy-two
hours to the dot when it died of
suspension, as many other bad things Jiave
perished from the earth before it. Wu are
blandly informed that for the present, Mr.
J. C. Clarke, general manager of the Chica
go, St. Louis and Xew Orleans railroad, will.
at tho suggestion of the chairman of the
board of health, prohibit all trains from New
Orleans passing north through Cairo. This
may be in turn repealed before The Bii,
I.ktix reaches its readers. It is. however,
our duty to record what the board of health
as done, not what it may do, although
the later is a tale by no means ilillicult ot
performance. It may be safely set down as
undoing to-morrow what it has done to-
The investigating committee of the city
council was in session last night in the
council chamber examining witnesses, ('apt.
Hacker and Mr. Rob. Devore, of the Three
States, and Misses Glover and Owens ap
peared as witnesses and were examined.
Mr. Hackir stated in his testi
mony mat tne day alter .Miss
Glover crossed on the ferry Mr. John Mo
Xnlty came to him and asked him to give
up the permit which allowed her to cross,
stating that he wanted it to get the mayor's
signature; that he gave it up to Mr. Me.
Nulty, and Mr. McX. being subsequently
requested to hand it back refused to do so.
Mr. Devore testified that the woman said
on the ferryboat that she had been to
Grenada and Xew Orleans, and that the
permit she had cost her "a ten dollar Wil
liam." Miss Glover testified that she tele
graphed to a gentleman in the city to get
her a permit; he replied that he could not
get it; bIio then asked a St. Louis drum,
nier, who was about to cross the river, to go
to Mr. McXulty and request him to get her
a permit; she would not swear that she did
not tell Mr. Devore the permit cost her ten
dollars, although she did swear that she
paid nothing for it. She had never seen
the permit; knew that Mr. Fambuker would
not put himself out of the way to accomo
date her; lie would let her stay on the other
side of the river forever, as far as ho was
concerned; did say to Mr. Devore that she
had been toGreuada, but said it because she
wanted to scare him; did have a certificate
from the health officer at Jackson, Tenn.,
and gave it to Mr. McXulty tho day after
her arrival. Miss Owens was interrogated
as to the notorious "diamond ring" letter,
but beyond the fact that she had heard a
long letter, supposed to be the famous one,
read by Miss Ware, nothing important was
elicited. It was announced ut the meeting
of the committee that "Ella" was in the
city, and sho will doubtless testify at the
next meeting of the committee, to be held
ouo night of the present week.
Have you tickeU to the K. M. K. C.
entertainment? If not, be sure and get
syi'lIH A ROUT THE LOCAL SCARE.
Sl'NDAV A (loOD DAY POH THE CIIICCLATn X
OK FALSE ltl'MOkS NO hlONS OK A SCA1IK.
Haberg, the galant operator of Winona,
who volunteered to go to Grenada and take
Redding's post was still alive at noon yes
terday. It was freely asserted upon the streets
yesterday that u number of cases had bro
ken out at Milan, Tenn., and such reports
were strengthened by the arrival of tho St.
Louis papers containing infoimatioii to the
same effect. Division Superintendent Mann,
of the C. St. L. and X. O. R. It., was in the
city yesterday right from Milan, and he
emphatically denies the truth of the stories.
There has not been a case of the.fever there
On Sunday a rumor was current every
where on the streets that the.ie were six
cases broken out at Hickman, Ky., about
forty miles below here on the Mississippi
river. While the story was traveling the
usual circuit, Maj. Ed. Haliiday received
telegraphic information that the story was
groundless, but it kept going the rounds all
the same. Later in the day Mr. Matt. Pul
ton received a telegram from his father
which also denied the story, but i: was
alive and doing service again on th . streets
'Is that ("apt. MiKimicy's body you
are packing in ice;" inquired Dr. Wood of
some of the hospital attendants on Sunday
last. "Captain, nothing," was the reply;
'('apt. McKinney is standing or sitting
right above your head, as well as anybody."
And a look by the doctor in the direction
indicated satisfied him the fellow had told
the truth, for there stooil the captain, en
tirely convalescent and looking tip-top.
Although he circulated freely on the streets
yesterday and was seen by hundreds, the
question was propounded to us as late as
11 o'clock lat night; "DiJ you hear of
the way ('apt. McKinney died; Tiny say
his was the 'boss' case." Tle-re can be
no disputing the fact a yellow fever lie has
more lives than a mean cat. It cannot be
Our readers have uot forgotten the
"wild printer" who ran the blockade here
about ten days ago, was found sick in a box
car and sent to the hospital. He was put
in his last box on Sunday and buried
quietly at midnight. He died of probably
the worst case of yellow-fever that was
ever known to exist according to ommou
talk on the streets. His name is Charles
Edgar, and he will be found at work in the
composing room of The Rci.i.ktix to
morrow. He is the healthiest specimen of
a ghost that mortal eyes could wish to
dwell on. Dr. Wood pulled him through
a bad case of chills and fever, and Edgar is
very grateful to him. Rut the sensation
loving public will never forgive him for
exploding one of the most plausable lies
that has been originated during the scare.
The Cairo City Coal Company can sell
better coal cheaper than anybody for three
sound reasons: It mines its own coa'jfrom
its own mines: it pays no royalty: and it
can and does land it at Cairo at bottom
transportation prices. These facts enable
it to do jtist what it says it will do. Parties
in Cairo, therefore, can purchase 10 bushels.
r one ton. (r ten tons at the same figures
that 100 tons can be bought. And the pru-
lelit housekeeper knows that now is the
time to prepare for the cold weather coin
ing and lay in a supply of cheap coal.
OFFICIAL ltEI'OHTS (F THE I.AllOHS OF THE
WAH1) COM MITTEES AN EXCELLENT SHOW
ISO. Mr. ('has. Pink, treasurer of the executive
committed for the distribution of supplies
and money to the sufferers at the south, has
given the following for publication:
First Ward. Cash, $ 197.80, with more to
Second Ward. Cash, $101.73, and pro
visions, say, .f 10.00, with more to follow.
Third Ward. Cash, ijwS.y.j, and more to
Fourth Ward. To hear from a good re
Fifth Ward. Cash, .f!7.70, and provis
ions $1 13.00.
Presbyterian church collection Sunday
Farnbaker, Meyers and others, cash,
St. Patrick's Benevolent society, cash,
The executive committee have sent by ex
press $100 to Granada; $100 to Canton, and
have telegraphed Memphis, Vicksburg and
Xew Orleans to draw on them at sight for
Factohy Faith. Close confinement,
careful attention to all factory work, givo
the operatives pallid faces, poor appetite,
languid, miserable feelings, poor blood, In
active liver, kidneys and urinary troubles,
and all the physicians and medicine in the
world cannot help them unless they get out
doors or use Hop Bitters, made of tho pur
est and best remedies, and especially for
such eases, having abundance of health,
sunshine and rosy cheeks in them. None
need RulTer if they will use them freely.
They cost but a trifle. See another column.
Anothkii Fat Man Reucced. II. A.
Kufiis, dealer in dry-goods, Woodhull, 111.
writes Botanic Medicine Co,, Buffalo, X. Y.,
June 22(1. 1878: "Gentlemen Please find
inclosed $5.00, for which send me by ex
press, Anti-Fat. 1 have taken one bottle
and lost Ave and one-quarter pounds."
UP TO XOOX YESTERDAY.
HIOM TUB AFFLICTED CO.MMLNITIES
FlllilHTFl I. INCIIEASE UK NEW CASES AND
HEATHS AT MEMPHIS AND NEW OIILEANS
PIIO.M OHENAHA, CANTON AND JACKSON,
Up to noon yesterday 200 new cases were
reported for tho preceding twenty-four
hours and 88 deaths. I). B. Morey, Gre
nada freight agent, is improving slowly.
I). G. Morey is doing well. T. L. Carter,
cashier is doing well. All these gentlemen
are ofliciiils of the Chicago, St. Louis and
Xew Orleans railroad. J. Arthur Berry, of
the Xew Orleans freight olllce, a former
employe of the road here, died of yellow
fever last Saturday.
At Memphis during the same time there
were 200 new cases and 100 deaths.
At Grenada there was one new case and
nine deaths. Wittshive, operator from
Grenada, died yesterday morning. Tom.
Marshall, operator at Grenada, died at 0 p.
At Canton there were ten new cas' s and
no deaths during the 21 hours ending at
At Jackson, Miss., there were 2 new
cases and no deaths.
The Cairo City Coal company can sell
better coal cheaper than anybody for three
sound reasons; It mines its own coal from
its own mines; it pays no royalty; and it
can and does land it at Cairo at bottom
transportation prices. Ti.ese facts enable
it to do just what it says it will do. Parties
in Cairo, therefore, can purchase 10 bushels,
or one ton, or ten tons at the same figure
that 100 tons can be bought. And the
prudent housekeeper knows that now is the
time to prepare for the cold weather coming
and lay iu a supply of cheap coal.
HE jrOCRATIC COUNT Y coxvextion.
A mass convention of the Democratic
voters of Alexander county will be held at
the court house in Cairo on Tuesday, Sep
tember od next at 1 :.'!0 o'clock p.m., for the
purpose of electing a new County Central
committee, and transacting such business
as may come before said convention. By
order of the Alexander County Democratic
Tims. W. Halltihy, Chairman.
This convention is called at an early
hour to accommodate voters from the coun
try precincts, who are particularly request
ed to attend.
When Wi: Demoiiali.e the Stomach
By excesses or imprudence in eating, we
cannot hope to escape the consequences for
any great length of time. The most robust
digestion must succumb to abu-es of that
important function, But supposing that
we have been foolish enough to enfeeble
the stomach, is the damage irreparable; By
no means. The dyspeptic, has only to do
two things to insure his ultimate recovery.
First, he should adopt an easily digestible
diet. S"cond, he should use with regularity
and persistauce Hosteller's Stomach Bitters,
the leading gastric invigorant of the age.
The multiform svniptoms of dyspepsia, and
the almost invariably attendant disorders,
iiiliousness and constipation, will assuredly
cease to persecute the sufferer if the above
advice is attended to, Who that has suf
fered the torments that chronic indigestion
inflicts will neglect to take advantage of a
remedy which, if the most positive evidence
of the medical profession and the public is
to be received with due credence, is an ab
solute specific for the complaint.
Wanted. Two log teams at Dug-Hill
saw mill, West Jonc.slxiro. Address J.
Bakclay, box 117, Jonesboro, III.
At cTioN On Wednesday morning at 9
o'clock, lit the residence of George Ann
strong, Twelfth street, between Cedar street
and Jefferson avenue, Household Goods of
every description; one (.'barter Oak Cook
Stove, worth $S8, and utensils, complete in
every particular cooker and baker guaran
teed; Carpets; Beds and Bedding; Glass
ware and Queensware. Sale positive and
without reserve. Terms Cash.
Tom Wintek, Auctioneer.
Wood and Coal.- Seasoned wood, Hick
ory, Oak and Ash, at $: per cord during
September. Paradise and Big Muddy Coal.
Orders taken for fall delivery at, $2 75 for 1
ton; $2 02 per ton for 2 tons; $2 50 per
ton for 3 or more.
C. W. Wll KELKR & ( O.
Fihst come first served, is the motto of
the K. M. K. C. entertainment in regard to
$5.00 Rewaud. A black and tan pup,
alxiut seven months old, named "Frink,"
was stolen from my residence about the first
of August. I will pay the above reward
for his return to me. E. W. Halliuay.
Xow is your time to get a good seat for
the K. M. K. C. entertainment.
Smokeiis, if you wish a fine "Key West"
"Iliilinrti'il'' flour, mil lit. Kiirsinover'a
cigar store. It is the only place in the city
almost daily in receipt of fresh goods.
Resehved Skats can now be had for K,
M. K. C. entertainment.
See where you can procure tickets for
K. M. K. C. entertainment.
Choice Bacon, Hams, Sides and Shoulders
Dry Salt Shoulders and Sides, Tierce,
Keg and Bucket Lard, Breakfast Bacon,
etc., etc., all in good stock nnd for sale, at
lowest market price. W. P. WmciiT,
Xos. 70 and 71 Ohio Levee
Conscmition (Viiki. An old physician,
retired from practice, having' had placed
in his hands by an East India mission
ary the' formula of u simple vegetable
remedy, for tho speedy and permanent cure
for consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth
ma, and all throat and lung affections, also
a positive and radical cure for nervous de
bility and all nervous complaints, after
having tested its wonderful curative pow
ers in thousands of cases, lias felt it his
duty to make it known to his suturing tel.
lows. Actuated by this motive, and a de
sire to relieve human suffering, I will send,
free of charge, to all who desire it, this re
cipe, with full directions for preparing and
using, in German, French, or English. Sent
by mail by addressing with stamp, naming
this paper, W. W. Sherar, 14!) Powers
BIiK. k, Rochester, Xew York.
Henry Siiick has reopened the barber
simp adjoining his cigar store, Xo. 142
Commercial avenue, between Eighth and
Ninth streets. Recognizing the necessity
which exists in these hard times to cut
down expenses, he hereby informs his old
patrons and the public that he establishes a
new scale of prices, viz : Shaving, 10 cents,
Hair Cutting, 25 cents, all days of the
week, including Sundays.
Qckiiy. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when tle-y can buy Marburg Bros
"Seal of Xorth Carolina" at the same price?
$KY YOlUv STOKE,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL.
The Larirest Variety Stock
ix ti i .!: cn v.
GOODS SOLI) VK KY CLOSK
Cur. Mni't.'fiith hfrt'vi nwi i
Colli uiiTtiu t Ave,
C. O. PATiKU At CO.
mn ii ki:.
J ACOB WALTER.
"Dealrr in Krosh 'Meat.
IletwH'ii "ai-liiiiy;tiiii unil Cum-
luoivial Av,, inl. johnny; II:tmiyM.
I 'KEI'S r.i'ni--. thi-Vt n.-.T. Porls. Mattnii.Wal,
' I. nmli. s.iiu-t' ii',. and Is r.'ir"l tu rrpt
fiiinilii-- in an in i . jiia'il- iiuimh t.
Tim fellow int- iinrlaiiiud gooils will 1m mt at
I'litilic Auction to (.utii-fy claims fur Fp lLt. Mor-
a;'i'. r.U'., on W birfiirintu Jo. 1 fuel 2 or tin1
llalliilny mid Plilllliw Whsfboat Co., foot of Sixth
street. Cairo, Hi., on
Thursday, Sept. 12, 11171!,
Commencing ut 10 O'clock A. II.,
unlecB sooner claimed aud charges paid.
T. W. Dowdy, 1 hex II. II. Cioodn, 1 lilil. MoIiimw;
O. K. Willitiims :l packages Pinnule Machine: L.
Sullivan, :)t)oxi' II. II. flood. 1 Itlllu linn; Nancy
Tlmmoiin, 1 Mi-wiu Machine; O. W. Illncn.l Hciiocr
and Mower; S. M. & J. V. Ware, 1 box Hardware;
I'. S.. 1 box Leaf Tobacco; J. It. Llnnenhurg. 1 box;
Iiaiikln & Co., fi empty Cuddlon; V. M., 1 packatfu
Wnnlrolii'; I'. & Co., 1 parkauH I.. OIiikk; K. Si Co.,
S WoodChalrn; Whltu Jtto., 1 box H. Tobacco; W.
A. Weft, 3 boxd Drill,'; A. W. Cnrr, 1 Hinkit
Clothing; Jiih. Crockcll. 1 Ilox; J. I.liidxcy, 1 Half
Barrel; C, M. Power, 1 Tall Chert; .loliu Drown,
2 boxen Mruudy; T. II. Sander, 5 bundle Paper; It.
V. l'enrce, 1 box Sundries, 1 Burred; K. ltichanlHon,
1 box Hardware; D. A. Mien", 1 box Siiuilrle; Tllloo
ATnylor, 1 keg Soda; Z.. I box Olawnre; M. F.
P., 4 boxes Liquors, 3 barrels Liquors; Mr. S. H.
(iiacork. 1 box 11. II. Hoods; (inrvey, t chest
Tools: O. U.. 1 lint Hack; J. M., 4 lied Halls; H. II.
4 Iled Kails; 8. 1... 4 lied Ituils; .1. 11.. 1 Sack Seed;
M. V 1 Standard for I.. Ola; Mrs. T. Horro and
L. Davis, 1 lot II. II, Goods; J, A. P.. Il)rauw;
Dan Itoblnson, 1 Old Carrlngu: John Points, 1
Trunk. No Marks: 15 boxes Sundries: 1 Cask Wins;
4 barn-la Molasses barrel Molasses; Skeijs Horse
shoes; 1 hall Moa.s; 4 Tin funs; 5 bundles Chair
Stuff; 1 Tool Chests; 4 I.oiine Knds; 5 bin dies
lied Knds; 7 bundle Iled Knds; 1 bundle. Bed
Slats; 1 keg Molasses; 1 Jug Molses; 8 biindei
W'aL-nn llaba; 8 renins Paper; 1 Chair; 1 IceCream
Freezer; 1 Seed Planter; 1 bundle Haines; 1 Barber
Chair; 1 Shoot Iron Stovo; I ba Cotton: 11) trniika
Sundries; 1 handle Wagon Spoke; 1 Stove Drum
gl.ookliiiMlla; 3 kegs Powder; 1 chest Clothing;
1 Common Stovo; 1 bundle Carving; 9 Holla Ban
ging: i I'liirterer'a Trowels; 1 bundle (lliwswarc:
I package Check Iteliw; donon Wash hoards; B
Flange; t box OensliigiiUrueToolBoxva; ItooK
Stow and Fixture.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale) Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR HUPPING.
Car IoaU.-i a Specialty.
o f i c k :
Cor. Twelfth Street ami Levee,
Obtained fur now Invention, or for Improvement
on old one; for mi (Ileal or oilier cotnpoiiuil, Ira 1c
mark and luliul. Caveat. AlviiineiitH, Inh r
fereuce, Appeal, Suit fur Inlrlngeiiieni. and
nil ca.es arliiiig under the Patent Law, prompt-
Iv attended to. Invention that hum been
IfV I ,rP I'1 1 '' ,h- lt-i"t tltic limy still.
Ml I 't I jj 1 J i 1 ' In most caes. be patented by
us. Being opposite the f, S. Patent Department,
and engaged in Patent business cxrlucivcly. we cati
make closer search's, ami n-cure Patent more
promptly, and with broader claims, thuu those who
are remote from Washington.
I Y Y V V'I'i II' " "'oilcl or sketch of
I il 1 1 OIl.i your device; we make ex
siiiliiatlni: and nil ise n to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence strictly coiilidcntial.
Price low, and no char;',, iinle.s 1'ati i.t I. secured.
We refer lu Washington, to Hon. Postmaster
(ieiic-ral D. M. Key, Hev. F. D. Power, The Oeriuau
American National Batik, to oftli lal lu the l S.
Patent Offlic, ui,d to Senators and Hcpresentatlve
In Coriuress: snd especially to our clients In every
Mate in the I'lilmi and in I ai.ada. Adilrcs
C. A. IS XOW sV CO.
Opposite Patent Office, Wilsfalagtoll. I). C.
The Cairo Ilox ami Pa-det Co.
ii.i. ri usisii
Flooring, Shlintj. I-.ath. Etc
At the cr) i'tr i ( rates.
Havin? a Heavy Stock of Lnjrs on Hand,
We arc prepared to
HAW OCT SPECIAL ORDERA
Ou the shorieiin once.
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