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Arrival aud Departure of Trains.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL, HAILKUAD.
'pT$ :UHp.m. 1:111 p in.
Mil) ..4 4:UU.m. 11 45 pa.
Freight' 8:11) a.tn A M) a.m.
Freiiibl A:80p.m. 5:Wp.m.
CAIRO AND VINCENNKS HAILhOAII.
Jfail KlHJOpm. 4:45 a.m.
itT. LOL1H, 1. M.ANl bOl'THKRN RAILROAD.
J'xprej-. 5:llil a.m. S:0Up.ui.
CAIRO AND HT. LOUTH RAILROAD.
Thrnurh Eiprea 5:15 p.m. HMD a.m.
A1iirtUrxtMrtt Accommodation. VJ:5rtpui. iCISp.Ui.
Kxix'pl Hunday. tKxeept Mouday.
KNKRAL DELIVERY open i : a. m.; cloaua
11 (t:M p.m.; ShikIhv : to 1 a.m.
Money Order Department open at It. m.; cloaea
t 5 p. in.
Tbroutth Expreiw Malla via Illltiol. Central and
Mimtaatppl ulnal Railroad eloe at lii:l p. ni.
Cairo ami l'uplar Mud" Tbrouii and Way Mall
clowa ut W:3U p. in.
Way Mall via JlllnoU Centra), Cairo and Vln
ri Boca and Mla.:ppl Central Raliroada clo at
'j. ib p. m.
Way Mail fur Narrow Gauge Railroad cloaca at 8
Cairo and E?anrllie Rlv:r Ronte cloe at ::
p. m. dally (except Friday).
ILLINOIS CENTRAL U. R.
rfit;v,tfvTv' , via.
ShortfiJit and Quickest Route to
St. .Louis and Chicago
'PRE only road ninnlnir two dally train from Cairo
1 making direct connection itli Eastern linca.
thai leave caiwi.
1:10 p. m.: Faixpru. arriving iu St. I.uul. 7 :Sii
p ni.; Chicago :!.. tn.
1.10 p. in. CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE
rrlvlniln Cincinnati al:00 a. in.; LouIvlllc,
a. in.; Indlanauulia 4:15 a. m. l'apaeuii'-r by
tula Uaiu arrive al above polula
12 TO 3U HOURS IX ADVANCE
Of any other route.
U. I . p m. Fit Mail, with le-pcr itta.hed.for
i'i ST. LOCI and CHICA'H), trrivlu-iu M.
Lonta at :.Vi a. ni ; Chiea.'o at fi.V p. Disconnect
Injaiodln or Ktlmuliam fur ( . tnctnnatl, Louumilti
FAST TIME EAST.
iAwrjVR,n!' ,ii,e i' t,ir,,tih
I Vi'orimjlkO , without any
delay eaum-d by Sunday ltiu-rvi-Llns. The Satur
day aft-'iuoun train Imin ("airo arrive lu New Yurk
Monday inornlnu' at M:t. Thirty iii liuuni lu ad-
me of anv otle-r route.
Iff AdvertlM'iniuta of enmpellusr Hue that they
make tx-tt-r lime than thla one .in- iued cither
throa 'h I'iiioranca or a deire to. mi-lead th- puhllc.
Kor throu 'h ticket and Information apply at 1111
t la Omra! Railroad d' tnit. ( airo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO:
Kxskm P ro
yal. . 4 a.m.
J AH. JoHNSON. (ri-n'l Southi-rn As't.
J. II. JUNES. Ticket Aa. lil.
(JAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. 11.
Shortest Lino to St. Louis!
rpnK train hv Ihl. road rntin- t at St. l.ouU and
1 K't si. I.oui. with all oth r lln' to the EAT,
JOhTII AN1 SUl'Tll.
Tl.ronjh fipM h-hv Cairo 9:i a.m.
1 tiroui'ii i )rT rrli at E-t St. I.oul K:4:.p ni.
lprph) horn acromiii'idutloii lrav.a Cairo K l.'ip.in.
Mtirptivi'txiro arr. arrni- at Miiriiliv.iioro H:Yip.rn.
'i'hroui'li exprrM I' avca Knot St. Ixiulit ... H'.4riam.
'I hroUiiti i-xpn-M arrlvca nl Culro 5:15pm.
Miirplivloro air. leaven VurphloM.... 5:.Vl.m.
Murpbyeboru aic. nrrivi-n at I airo la: p.m.
T I'M 1.' f P l." 1 Til E Cairo and St. Lonia
Jkli.MIv.UDIH i(Iiiirmrt i the only ALL
IIAIL KOCTK b' tweeii i niro and St. Lmi nidi-r
i, lie iimiinjj' tnetit: then-fore then- are tin deluva at
ttav .'atloli" awuitliu fonnwtlona from other lltiee.
Iff- rKi-ni;er foiiiZ North. Nortlien-t mid Weet
i.onld not huv tli'-ir in k--t f until they Uvu ejntn
.lied our rnief and ro'H".
L. M. JUllNStlN. Ceneral Mniif.T.
;. T. WlIITLtM M. I'aenj.-r Airent.
.ISO. It. WINSTwN. Kri'lchAsent.
(; AIRO it VINCENNES R.U.
4'1 firrCTHK SIHHITEsT HiU'TE TO
01 .U1I.I.O J :v:,nMvi:i'.
I" f 1 L'C THE SlliMiTKsT Tn L'WI
I llaIjlV Mi l K. I I N CI N N A IT, HAL
TIMDKK AND V.slllNtiT"N.
' AT T 1 LVTlli: SIK'ltTE-T To INPIAN
.(V M I Lr.n AI'uLIS,l'illLAlJi:Ll'IHA..Ni;V
YOliK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over traiua of all other route inuklnn the nio
cot) nert iiitia.
rr I'axfencera h other ro'it'-a to make connif.
tlona niul ridi! all' niu'ht. wiillliic from one to six
honr ' ""mil country etatlone for trulun of con
1 V f V AT U V T ? TH E F ACT and take on r 4 :4ft
JiliiH Ij.WlMiiV s- m, train, ri'iuhiliu Kvntia
vlllfl, Indiannpolli'. Cltirlntii.il and LouUvlllu aamo
day. Traiua leave and urrlu- at Cairo u fullowai
.Mall arrive 1:tw p.m.
ITiruuh ticket and chttka to all important
IUIa"'millkii KOSWELL Mn.I.EIl.
lieu'l I'aa. A.ent. tieneriil Sup t.
I,. I), CIIIUCII, raeimr Atfent.
gT. L., I. M. SOUTHERN.
V VU' iT iJ iaMr
Kxpn' leavea Cairo dally 8:f)0 p.m.
ExpruM urrivea at Cairo daily 5:Wm.
DYKING AM) KlKoVATIXO.
OL'It OLD CLOTHES
can nil iiKAimnixr
DYED OH ltElAIUKD
At a TrlllliiR Eppne-:. 0. 1).
C1IAS. SllELLKY, .NO. !30 EIGHTH ST.
tr Ludlei and Ueuli' old halt made uaw,
St. Loulri, Cairo and Taducah Packet
SiU DE SMET, Sil
JOHN BltfNER Maatt-r.
JOHN LEA.MEN . ..Cl.'rk.
I.eavea Cairo every Wednesday at 8 p.m. for Fadu
tah. Lav a Ctiwevcry Thuradar at I p m. for Ht.
Forfr;lt;litarpaaaguapplyon Hallldey Fhilllpa'
wharf boat, or to JAMES BltiGS, Agent.
5n. Ohio Uvue.
For Columbus, Hickman and New Madrid
aiBjiT.T. 1IILLMAN, SSi
JOSEPH AM BROS Masttr.
LEAVES CAIHO KVEliY
ITESDAYJUUIISDAY and SATCIiDAY
For freight or pwaage apply on Ualllday 4 Phil
llpa' Wharfbomt, or to
JAMES BfUGS, Acnt.
5a Ohio I evep.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY. CO.
tEHi 'KH ItVUO AT 'BTm
tAvra l.KAfia LRxvEa
Fimt Fourth at Mleaourl Land'i;. Kentucky Ld'g.
fi a. m.
lu a. in.
i p. in.
4 d. m
h: a. m.
lo:,) a. m.
2: f. m.
4 :.'10 p. m.
V a. m.
3 p. in.
5 p. m.
liUOCKIW AND COMMISSION' MKKCHAXTS.
TRATTON tfc BIRD,
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN rOWUEECOM!"Y
W. Stbitm.x. Cairo. T. Tikd. Mlraonrt.
WATC1IKS. JKWELBY. ETC.
Edwakd A. Judek
(SucecMor to E. A W. Buden,
And Uealerit in
Watches, Clocks. Fine Jewelrv
M USICAL INSTHUMENTS,
Cor. Kiyrhth St. and Wasliinirttm Ave.
"Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH .STREET,
Between Cominen in and I ir,it.i Til
Wa-hlUKluuaiea., )' lIIO. 111.
FINE WATCHWORK A SPECIALTY.
rEncravlug ami ail kind of ri i:i!rln m nt'.y
it?" All Wind of Solid Jewelrv nndc to order.
MEAT M VUKET.
STLLNI MO ATS.
Siunof tho Uuffulo Head.
No So. Ohio I
KOEIILER UROS., rropvletiiru,
A fhll mid completo aupplv of the hel or ull
kind meat alwaya on hand. Order tilled ut anv
hour, day oruitiht.
JOHN S FRO AT,
PK0PR1ET0K OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR S1II1TINU.
Car Ijoads a specialty,
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27,
r. M. Stockfleth. , Fredollu BrtHM.
Stock fletji & Ukoss,
8ucceora to F. M. Rtockneth,
Impoflera and WholHalo tleulcrn In
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rhine. Kelly !and, Catawha, Calirbrnla and Im
ported Fort, hherry, .Medant Wluva and Chain-
No. (12 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
OYSTERS AM) FISH.
Wholwalc uud retail dealer In
OYSTERS AND FISH,
Oysters in Bulk and Can. Sra Fish,
Native Fish, Celery and Game.
Partlrnlur attention paid to order from abroad
and all totk guaranteed wheu hi)iped.
INSURANCE AGENCY OF
"Wells & Kertit,
Royal Canadian t'apua.!S.wSt"oid.
British America U'rJ,.
" 011111111 11(11 Aot .-)15.sa.8i;.
I'liwm ' IOf Fhlladrlphia; eatahliahed in lSOt.)
I, IUU11 Aaaet, $.i.lU.(XI.
X II IHIcUl .S , Aft 110.24 06.
fil'lll'lll (Of Freeport, 111 i.
Illldll (xt 4.V.,(s77.:.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR HATES.
Oflloe In Alexander County Iiitnk.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hiffliest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
I INKLE, TIIISTLEWOOD
Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse
Geueral Conniiission Merehants,
No. raandl-JTCommer-I n...,n T.IU
tdalAvvnua vAIKO, ILLS,
IIBERAL Advancement made on Coualgnmenta
J of Toharro. Flour and Grain.
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Flooring, Siding. Lath. Etc
At Ihe very lowest ratei.
Having: a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
Wv nrv prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
Ou Ihu aliorlimia otico.
A SPECIALTY made of HTK AMBOaT f.t'lMRRR,
We al.oniunnrartnre FRUIT ROXMATEItlA W
Cracker, Caudvi 1'ackluit lloi.ua tttavua, Ueadlua
MARKETS BY TELEGRAM
Livkiu-ool, Novemljcr 26. 2:.'J0 p. M.
Wheat Arm Wintor, ds 10d'Js Id;
Spring, 7a OdOs Od; Culifurniii nvcr
g(!, 9 (i0tt lOd; California club, 0s 10(1
10s 2d. Corn new SUti 0d(ft21s
NEW YORK CHAIN.
New York, November 20, 12:01 p. m.
Wheat Quiet firm No. 2, Chicago, 08;
No. 2 Milwaukee, 091 00; Red Winter,
1 05$1 12; Amber, (1 001 13; No. 2,
Red Winter, '$1 10t'$t 11. Corn-
Quiet steamer,- 40&; No. 3, 43,'
43; No. 2,4(J?iT' Gold, 100.
CMIC ICO OUAIN AND I'KODIX'E.
Chicaoo, November 2(J, 10 :00 a.m. Corn
December, 3P,g; January, 31; May,
34 Pork January, $7 92 bid. Wheat
December, 84;'; January, Hij.
Chicaoo, November 20. 12 M.a-Corn
Decemlxr 31 bid; January, 81' Wd;
May, M bid. Wheat November M
abked; December, 84; January, 84 J. bid.
Pork December. $0 52Ji; January,
7 U2i3" asked.
Chicaoo, NovemUir 20, 2:30 p. m. Com
December, 30 bid; Janunrj', 31 ff,
mi bid; January. 31(31, ; May, 34?8'
34?(. Pork November, fl 422' bid,
f(J Soa.ked; Deccmlier, 50; January,
7 907 (12.. Wheat Decemlier, 83
utiked ; January, 81)1 j bid.
London, Nov. 2-V A dispatch from La
hore say a majority of the prisoners taken
at AH Musjid have been released.
THE AMKKKS INTENTIONS.
A correspondent at Berlin says it is ex
pected at St. Pet TsbiKg that the ameer of
AfghanihUn will to Herat in the event of
defeat. It is rumored that a corps under
the Russian er.'iieral, Lomukinu, is ten or
twelve marches from Herat.
LAItOELY FINED FOR CONTEMPT.
Indianapolis, November 25 Warren
TaU, the murderer of William Iove, was
fined 10,000 for contempt of court, by
Judge Burns. Love, at the time of the
shooting, was a witness in the court and
had not concluded his evidence. Tate's
counsel has taken an appeal.
ALAUAMA THE SENATOltSHIP.
Montgomery, November 23. The Demo
(ratio caucus nominated Gov. George Hous
ton for United States senator.
THE MANHATTAN MYSTERY.
New York, November 25. Secretary
Alvord, of the Manhattan Bank, stated to
day that the bank officials have not received
or heard from the stolen securities. They
have no more encouragement now than
they had three weeks ago. hut believe the
tonds will be returned eventually, as they
cannot be used to advantage by the robbers.
a lHH im n. club.
New York, November 2"). Mayor Ely
to-day received the following ammyiuoui
To Mayor Ely.
Dear Sir : I mil personally acquainted
with the body-snatchers of A. T. Stewart. I
know where the body is and all the parties
concerned. I nk no reward, but par
don, and will expose till as
they have betrayed me. If the
pardon be granted, telegraph to Omaha,
Neb., and I will give myself up to the of
ficers of this city, or appear in New York,
if I um ussured no harm may befall me.
An Assistant of the Crew.
The mayor will take no notice of the let
ter. FROM THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.
A CONTINGENCY THE CIPHER DISPATCHES
THE APPROPRIATION BILL WASHING
TON MORTALITY, ETC.
Wasuinoton, November 23, 1878.
As the session of congress approaches
there is a perceptible increase, of interest
felt here and throughout the country in its
expected proceedings, Every one seems to
believe that the great question, whether or
not wc shall resume specie payments at the
appointed time, ami maintain resumption,
depends in a great measure on the- course
taken by congress between the day it
meets and the first of July. The condition
of the country is such that thousands who
do not believe in a forced resumption, Hre
yet anxious, in the hope of better times,
that nothing shall be done- to interfere with
the success of the attempt. Indeed, from n
careful reading of papers from all sections,
and from what eim be learned from Inter
course with persons now here, I am con
vinced that nine-tenths of the people are
looking to resumption as the means through
which some relief may come . It behooves
ull congressmen, then,' to agitate
financial or aggravate political sub
jects us little as possible at present. Ab
solutely nothing can Iw gained by present
agitation, and much damage may le done.
Emphatically, this id the time fur pence.
A radical paper of considerable influence
affects' to believe that the contest at the
Republican convention in 1380, will be be
tween General Grant and Mr. Rlaino. This
may or may not be so, but the paper is
clearly wrong when it goes on to say that
office-holders, and other Republicans here,
arc all for one or the other of these men.
On the contrary, Mr. Conkling has now a
very large number of friends hero who de
sire to see him nominated in 1880, and Ik;-
llevc ho will be. There is a great change
hero in this respect since the September ami
Rumor assigns to Mr. Garfield the pres
entation of resolutions, during the coining
session, on the subject, of the "cipher
despatches." Mr. Hall, it was said,
sometime since, intended to pre
sent buch resolutions. It is not
lik.ly Mr. Garfield will do anything of the
kind, and it is probable the advice of Sena
tor Blaine will also be potent to prevent
Mr. Hale from meddling in the affair. In
truth the more judicious radicals do not care
to prove the matter. They have received
the benefit of the exposure, such as it was,
and they know very well that full inquiry
would result in establishing the innocence
of Mr. Tilden. They kiiow, too, that only
by showing his connection with the des
patches could the despatches be made of
further injur' to the democratic party. We
shall have no investigation ou that subject
unless democrats make it.
It is found that the estimates of cabinet
officers, aggregated, are less than for any
previous year sin a? 1800. Some ot the
secretaries call for more than last year, and
some for less. As has always been the case
since democrats controlled the house of
representatives, the appropriations will be
less than the estimates. The house appro
priation committee is holding daily meet
ings, and will have made considerable pro
gress in considering different items of the
estimates before congress meets.
For the past month, as for the last dozen
years, the mortality among the whites of
this city has been almost the lowest in any
American city, being at the rate of 10 per
year in each 1.000. Among colored people
it was at tho rate of 39 per 1.000.
Tom Scott and His Texas Pacific Steal.
From the Hprlngtleld Monitor.
Every paper of any prominence from Ronton to
San Francisco I aalnt Tom Scott'a Heal. Ex
chance. It is a burning shame to enlightened men
that they are governed in their views by
what these "newspapers of prominence"
are publishing alxitit Tom Scott and the
Texas Pacific railroad. The same men who
would join in the cry would "kick like
steers." if the congress of the United States
should nttemot to give their "pet," the U.
P. R. R., only a taste of justice. We are
and ever have been against subsidies, but
in a grand enterprise of the magnitude of
the Texas Pacific, one which would give
employment to thousands upon thousands
of men, put in circulation millionsof money
and open up a highway through a very par
adise of country; and furnish cheap homes
to a million of idle mechanics and
workingmen, we an see no good reason
why the government cannot lend the enter
prise a hand upon honorable terms when
not jeopardizing the treasury one mill in so
doing. This yawping of Tom Scott's steal
has played out and we hope when Congnss
meets will have lost its sting. There are
thousands and hundreds of thousands of
mechanic and laboring men opposing the
Texas Pacific project only from want of a
careful investigation of tint result, and who
have Iwcn prevented from making such an
investigation by the unceasing efforts of
''prominent newspapers" to poison their
minds against Tom Scott.
"A tmn:icr of in h htdooti im-ln
To he lotted need hut to he eeu."
He has been magnified as a monopolist;
has been paraded as a plotter against the
workingman; tauntingly talked about as a
tyrant: denounced as a demon; noticed only
as a nabob, and now is placarded all over
the country as one crazed by his cravings
for gain, and demented by liis devilish de
signs against tho poor man's best interests.
When it is considered that this is nil
done to bolster a rotten corporation, aided
and abetted by a band of newspapers, paid
for the purpose only to prevent Col. Thos.
Scott from carrying out a chain of railroad
connections on a line of latitude which
would knock the speculative prospects of n
pack of sharks in tho East into a cocked
hat, it is not to be wondered ut that the in
furiated villains should yelp themselves
at "Tom Seott'B steal." We would to Ood
that workingmen particularly could have a
few more Tom Scotts to carve out highways
and open up channels for the American
mechanic's skill and the laboring man's
muscle, the farmer's plow, the harvester's
hands, the hives of industry and new marts
for merchandise, to follow tho iron amis of
the hand-maiden of commerce us Tom
Scott leads her to lay them down on the
fertile wastes and trackless gardens of
Southern soil and make happy homes for
millions yet unborn.
Physicians recommend Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup when nil medicines fail, us a certain
cure for Bronchitis, Sore Throat and Coughs
or Colds of long standing, For sale by nil
Malarial Fever. Malarial fevers, con
stipation, torpidity of the liver and kidneys,
general debility, nervousness and neuralgic
ailments yield readily to this great disease
conquerer, Hop Bitters. It repairs the rav
ages of disease by converting tho fixxl into
rich blood, and it gives new life mid vigor
to the aged and Infirm always." See "Prov
erbs" in other column.
NEW SEUIES-NO. I3G
A Striking Manifestation of the Elevat
ing Tower of Boot Toes.
A lato diHimtch from Lynchburgh Va.,
savs that during tt protracted meeting at
a Baptist church in Laurel county, be
Iween this place and London, last Sundav,
the minister who was to officiate at the
11 o'clock service, Carter by name, entered
the church with a pair of saddle-pocket
thrown over his shoulder. Many thought,
but nono dare say, at first, that he was
drinking; so Carter entered tho pulpit,
where he knelt down as if to pray silently,
which was his custom on entering the pul
pit. Ho remained in tills attitude such a
length of time that an older of the church
advanced to see what was the matter, when,
to his surprise, two great bottles of whisky
were discovered, and Uon advancing closer
the elder found Brother Carter to be beastly
drunk. This fact was at onco annonced
to the congregation, and the meeting wa9
broken up in confusion.. Outside tho
church, seated r upon the fence,
were a (ot of "Sunduafcrs," such as are
usually fonnd lounging outside, and when
tho crowd began leaving tho church these
fellows cried "fight," which had the usual
ctfect of causing a row, and for it short
time things were quite mellow, and besides
some badly bruised faces, n young man
named Williams fired two shots from his
pistol in the crowd. One shot struck little
Emma Long in the side, and the other pen
etrated the bonnet of Mrs. Whcclock. Dur
ing the melee outside somcliodv tackled
Brother Carter inside the builditiir, mid a
lively tight occurred, but the reverend gen
tlemen came out lest. as he floored his an
tagonist by bleaking a quart bottle of his
favorite fluid over his forehead, and the
whisky had th? effect of almost suffocating
the man. At this point a great big strap
ping six-footer named Brown, rushed into
Carter with the vim of an African lion, nnd
the result was that Carter went out with a
hop, skip inula jump on the point of Brown's
bxj. The whole affair was one of the must
disgraceful that ever -sceurred within tho
limits of Laurel county. It is undcrstwKl
that the grand jury will take hold of the
matter, especially as far as young Williams
and Rev. Mr. Carter are concerned. The
little girl was but slightly injured.
The Physioukiy of the Liver. The
liver is the largest secreting organ in the
human body, and the bile which it secretes
is more liable to vitiation and misdirection
from its proper channels than any other of
the animal fluids. Luckily for the bilious,
however, there is an unfailing source of re
lief from liver complaint, namely, Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters, a medicine which for
over a quarter of acentury has been achiev
ing thorough cures of the above mentioned
ailments, fever and ague, dyspepsia, bowel
complaints, rheumatic and kidney affections,
and disorders involving loss of nervous vigor.
It is, moreover, a preventive of malarial dis
ease, and affords protection to thousands of
persons residing ia districts of country
where that dire scourge is prevalent. As
a remedy adapted to medicinal requirement
of families, it is supremely desirable, and
as a mean- of fortifying a debilitated sys
tem, it is thoroughly to be depended upon.
Tlio failure of Sullivan', the great "corn
king" of Illinois, is another exemplification
of the general rule that farming on a co
lossal scale ihx'S not pay in the United
States. Un too small a farm, indeed, the
modern iinprovments in agricultural ma
chinery cannot be used. But "putting all
the eggs in one baskut" proved disastrous
in Mr. Sullivant's case, and when his big
cornfield of forty thousand acres is divided
up into homes and well tilled farms for
a hundred families, it will doubtless yield
more profit, as well as more happiucss,
than it has hitherto produced.
Florida. A throng of sutl'erers, with
coughs ami colds, unntmlly go south to en
joy the ethereal mildness of the land of
flowers. To them we would say the neces
sity of that expensive trip is obviated by
Compound Honey of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes the coughs and colds incident in
this rigorous clime. For public speakers it
surpasses the Demostheric regimen of "peb
bles and sea shore;" clearing the throat un
til the voice rings with the silvery eud.'isce
of a bell. Use Compound Honey of Tar.
Price .10 cents a bottle. Barclay Bros.,
When used for Rheumatism. Sore Throat.
Lame Hack, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises,
Cuts, Contracted Muscles, Stiff Joints, Corns
and Burns, on human beings; and Spavin,
Ringbone, Galls, Cuts, Scratches, etc., on
animals, Coiissens' Lightning Liniment is
unequalled, and its effect simply electrical.
As its name suggests, it is quick to relieve,
and thousands bear witness to its astound
ing virtues. Barclay Bros., Agents,
Hayes's Title. However varied may be
tho opinions concerning the validity of
Hayes's title to tho lresidcncy, there is not
a question in the minds of cither Democrats
or Republicans upon the one iniHrtant
point, viz: the unquestionable right of Dr.
ln'erce's Family Medicines to the title of
the Standard Remedies of the age, Listen
to tho voice of the sovereign people.
New Orleans, June 10, 1878.
Dr. R. V. Fierce, lluu"alo, N. Y,:
Dear (Sir Your Pleasant Purgative Pel
lets seem to ho particularly adapted to tho
wants of the people in this warm climate,
where- bilious affections arc particularly
prevalent. I regard them as the best i i
thartic I have ever tried. Yours truly,
John C. Henderson.
Boston, Muss., May 14, 1878.
Dr. R V. Hero'. llnlV.ilo, N. Y.:
Dear Sir Your Golden Medical Discov
ery lias cured my ly ot a Fever Sore of
two years' standing. Please accept our
gratitude. Yours truly,