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ji.nr.-i.ni.r- VTF.A.H HOATS.
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL HAILHOAD.
KjrprM , , 2:i) p. in. 1 :10 p.m.
Mall 4:t)a.m. 11 45 p.m.
Freight" S :10a.m 4:i(.m.
Krulnhtt 0:Hlip.m. n:iu.ui.
CAIRO AND VINCKNNK8 R.ULhOAl).
Moll 10:u p.m. 4:4oam.
ST. LOUIH, I. M.ASC bOUTUERN K A ILIUM U.
, Arrlvo. Depart.
Express fi:iiia.iu. S:Oj.iu.
CAIRO AND ST. LOLLS KAILKOAI).
Thrauirh Express. 5;lpm. li: a.iu.
Murpbysboro Accommodation. U:.'jO p.m. S;15p.iu.
Kiccpl Sunday. tKxti'pt .Monduy.
(1 RXEKAL DELIVERY open . :) a. m.; clone
I titflp.m.; Sunday: B la V a.m.
Money Order Department open it 8. in.; clones
t ft p. i.
Throuidi Expri; Mills rli Illinois Central and
KiMlwIppi Central Rullronoi clout- at l!i:i) p. m.
Cairo and poplar liluff Through and Way Mull
climes al 12: DO p. in.
Way Mull via Illinois Central, Cairo and Vln
renins and Miss.sslppl Ceutrul Itailruads close at
lt:th p. m.
Way Hall for Narrow (juugo I!allrial closoi at g
Cairo and Ersnlll5 Htvcr Kouto closet at 1:30
p. ti. dully (except Friday).
ILLINOIS CENTRAL II. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
'PHK only road rnnnlnr two dally train from Cairo
1 making direct conne tion with Eastern line!.
thaims i CAva caiiio.
1 :10 p. m.: Fact express, arrfviiijj In St. Lou1s7:.1j
p. in.; (. an ago :.'iU. m.
1.10 p. in. CINCINNATI A LOUISVILLE
driving in Cincinnati at T OO a. m.; t-ouUville.
7:1)1 a. m.; Indisiwieilia 4:15 a. ni. Pawner by
this Uuiu arrive al alio to poluta
12 TO 80 HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any ulhi r route.,
U. I n. ru. Fat Mull, with slipper atta. lird.fMr
W ST. LOUIS and CD ICAUO. arrivinir In M.
I.oul at l:'li m ; I'tiimo at i:4.' p. nr. cuuneet
In'.' Odin or Eaiinjlisui for Cluciiiuutl, Loainvillo
FAST TIME EAST.
VAs WflVIN' tM n" c "i't!h
-' -l'-'1"..'' to the F.a.l without any
delay canned hy tjunday Inlervenlnir. Tim Sutur
day afternoon train (mm Cairo arrive. In New York
Monday morning at lH:i. TblnvMX huu.-a in ad
v.anre of anv other route,
tir Advertisement of competing line, that they
make better time than Ihla one. are ined either
through Ignorance or a de.ir to ruileal Hie public.
For Itirnu.'h ti. kstt and information apply at 1111
nola Central Kallroad depot. C airo.
THAI Nil AHU1VK AT CAIHO:
Express 2:00 p.m.
Mull 4.i a m.
J JOHNSON. tien'l Southern Atf't-
J. II. JONES, Ticket Aifrnt.
(JAIRO it ST. LOUIS 11. It.
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
rpilK train h? thin road rminert at St. Ion I and
1 F.s.t St. l.out with all other line tu Urn EAST,
NORTH AND SoL'Tll.
Through express leave Cairo WM a m.
ThroiifU eipreM arrive at Kat St. I.oui fi:4.p.m.
MnrihvVioro occnniiniMlalioti leave Cairo :l'i p.m.
lnrphvUiro acr. arrive at Murphvboro h:S5p m.
Throuirli rxpn-a leave Eat St. Iaui. . . . :4."i a.m.
Thtomh exprcM arrivei at Cairo 5:lTp.m.
Murphv.horo arc. leaves Morpliyrburo :.') a m.
Murphyhoro arc. arrive at Cairo MM P in.
T?Pf rfU1'l TUB Cairo and St. Iu!s
JlIiAl li.MDIH o,iiriitd I tli.i only AI L
KAIL liOl'TK between Cairo and St. I.oui under
one mnr.a.'eiiipiit : thep-fon- there are uo drlavtal
t iatioii awaltlniconiiertlons from other line..
'r 'a - lu'eM foni' North. Northen.l and Wei-t
ehould not buy their lickel until lh' y have exam
IijikI our rte. and route..
L M .KIHNSON. (ieneral Malinger,
fl. T. Will n. K. lW ne. r A:-enl.
J NO. It. WlNSluN, ri!i,ditAetit.
(JAIUOtt VINX'KXN HS 11. It.
m7 lit i T.
I'i AUTLVTIIE SIKiHTr.ST iiovti: TO
VI A I LliO Kviumvillf.
17 AT 1 1 l,'s! THE SIMK I'KST TO I.OCIS
4 M 1 Iil VII.1.K. I 1NC1NNA11. UAI--TIMOltK
I t IT 1.V TIIR SIIOUTEST TO INDIAN
)h .11 1 liliO AI'oLls.rillLADELI'lllA,NEV
lOKK AND UOSTON
six nouns saved
0er trains of all other rente making the same
tptr I'ii"en?er hy other rotite to niak Conner.
Until mut ride all nldit. waltlnir from one tu six
honrs at "iall cnuutry stullon for trains of con
T V f V f U V I?T11 R F A CT ta,,e rnr 4 M
JVljJlrj.U DiilV j, m, train, reat'hliii! Evan'
Tllle, Indianapolis, Clnrluuatl and Louisville same
day. Trains leave and arrive at Cairo a follows:
Mail arrives ...loinup.ia.
Throuuh tickets and checks to all Important
f.'a'mili.eh KOSWKLL MILLER. .
(ien'l l'a. Aient. tivneral Sup t.
L. 1), CIIURCU. raiseitRor A sent.
ST. L., I. M. A SOUTHERN.
Rxprc leave! Cairo dally JKWp.m.
Jixprcsa arrive! at Cairo daily D:uUiu.
DYEI.VO AND BKNOVATINO.
yo:u. OLD CLOTHES
CAN III IHtAlTtrVU.t
DYED Oil 11EPA111KD
At H Trillins J'.xpenar (. P.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 80 EIGHTH ST.
MT Lad ice acd UtaU' old kU mttlt saw.
Sk. Louif! Cairo and Poducah Packet
SmNDIDSIDKWHra, PRKIOIIT AND PAS
SLU DE SMET, Si
cah?'V" '"lr0 eWI7 Wcdnc",ay ' 2 p.m. for I'adu-
Leavea Cairo every Thurmlay at i o ut. for Hi.
If or frolnht r puiagc apply on Hallldey & Phillips'
h- "'- " 'u JAMES BIOGH, Aieut.
M, Ohio Leveo.
For Columbnn, Hir kman and New Madrid
JOSEPH AMBKOS Maater.
LEAVES CAIIIO EVERY
TCfSDA Y.THURSDAY and SATURDAY
Kor frdht or passage apply on Hajlldov & Phil
lips wharf boat, or to
JAMKS BlGtJS, A,onl.
14 f)klo lcro.
(jAIUO CITY FERRY CO.
l.Ktvia i.iiv! i.fATx.
Foot Fourth at. MIouri Land's. Kentucky Ld'g.
8 a. m.
10 a. m.
-.' p. ni.
4 o m
h::W a. m.
10::J a. in.
9 a. m.
3 p. Dl.
S p. in.
liUOCKIM AM) COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
SjTRATTOX k BIRD,
Wholesale G roceks
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AOKXTS AMERICAN POWDEttCOMI'T
v'. Stkatto.( alro. T. Hiko. Missouri.
WATCHfS. JEWKLRY. KTO.
Edward A. Ijuder
(Successor to E. i, W. Ruder,
And Dealers lu
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
MUSICA L INSTRUMENTS,
Cor. Eighth St. ami Wushiiiirton Avo.
Watcliiiiakcr & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
'""ri Cairo, in.
FINE VATCllWOEK A SPECIALTY. !
tflr-EiiipaiiiiRaiiil all kinds of repain'u.' matly
( rr" All kind of Solid Jewelry made to order.
ST E AM BOATS.
Siunof the lliiffalo Head.
Wu Cairo, 111.
K0E1ILER P.ROS., PrDprii'toH.
JOH AI1KLL. Acnt.
A full and complete simply of the be.t of all
kind meal always on hand. Order AMIcd at anv
uuur, day ornlnht.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE IJYTIIE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car IakuIh a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
F. M.Stocklli tli. FreilollnnroM.
StOCKFLETII & ROSSj
Hucceora to F. M. Btockflcth,
Imporln-B nnil AVholsulo denlersi In
Foreisjn and Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rhine. Kelly Inlanil, Catawba, California anil Im
ported l'ort. Sherry, Jlcdura W'iuca aud Cbom
paues. Xo. 62 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
OYSTERS AND FISH.
Wioleale aud retail dealer In
OYSTERS AND FISH,
Oysters in Rulk and Can, Sea FLsli,
Native Fisli, ('lcry and (jame.
Particular attention paid to orders from abroad
and all stock guaranteed In u ihlppt-d.
p'SUIUNl'E AGENCY OF
AVklls & Kertjl
British America AJr,?,0.
Aflllvillo 1 Fire and Marine IMIIlvUle, N. J.)
JlliniUCf A.ts, $l,4i2,!7 M.
I'llWiTi ,IJ' Philadelphia; etablihed In 18M.)
, lUtJIl, Aa.els.JCKl.lttt.0U.
LISKS W KITTEN AT FAIR RATE.
OfTico in Alexander C.Vnmly Unnk.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
llitflifst Cash Pricp Paid for Wheat.
Farmers' Tobucco Warehouse
General Ctniiniissitui Mcreliants,
Noi. lis and V.T Coininer- i r . , Tt -
clal Aveuuu VAIHO, ILLS,
IIItEHAL Adranceineiits made on ConsiLtiments
J of Tobacco, Flonrand (iralii.
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Flooring. Sidinyj. Lath, Etc
At the very lowest rate.
Having a Heavy Stock of Log on Hand,
Wo are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On thd shorteuis otlce.
4 SPECIALTY maoW STEAMBOAT MrMBRH.
Cracker, Candy, l'ackiuf Boxei yuvoa, UsadlnKi
MORNING, NOVEMBER 28,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, Xotomlwr 27. 2:110 p. m.
Wheat firm Winter, 8s lOdf&Oa id;
Spring, 7a W0s 0,1; California aver
age, Os Cil0 lOd; California club, On 10d
610h 2d. Corn new 23 0d249
NEW Y( KK OKAIN.
New Yoiik, Novnmlier 27, 12:01 p. m.
Wheat Steady No. 2, Chicago,
No. 2 Milwimkeo, 1 01 ; Red Winter,
$1 00$l 12; No. 2, AtnkT, 1 001 13;
Red Winter, 1 10. Corn Quiet
steamer, 40?; No. 0, 43'4'13; No.
CHiCr0 (1HAI.N AND PKOIH CE.
Chicaoo, November 27, 10:00 a.m. Own
December, 31 asked; January, 31 asked;
May, 34 iked. Pork January, $7 SC''
7 0.1; Febwarj-, rj 10; December, $'J 50.
Wheat Dnccaiber, 83 4 bid; January, 84
Ciiicaoo, November 27. 12 M. Corn
December 31 ; January, 31312';
May, 34 35. Wheat December,
83 asked; January, 84? ahked.
Pork Dcctmlxr. 0 57'; January,
7 07,US 00; February, 8 108 12,'.,'.
Chicago, Novemlier 27, 2:30 p. m. Com
December, 3131; January, 31?tj
31 li; May, 34?.34. Pork-December,
$6 57; January, $7 957 07. Feb
ruary, $8 072'. Wlieat December, 83.'4'
83; January, 84 bid.
DF.ATH OF A DHIXKATII).
Axsa. II!., November 2C Tliomaa Mc
Donald died at Jonet-boro laft niglit. from
the effects of ton much whisky and beer.
He U'lonrj.-d to a party of telegraph line re
pairers who were working on the Cairo and
St. Louis railroad line, and was 25 years old.
AFGHANISTAN. ADVANCE OK TITE I1KITIMI.
November 20. A special from
Dakka, dated Monday, seven in the morn
in', says: "Leaving AM Musjid in charge
of a Btltish regiment, Gen. Rrowne pushed
on, head men of the hills coming out on
tho route to congratulate him and pay their
respects, to Luudikana, thirteen miles off,
where the advance force bivouacked. Maj.
Caaprei n-wlo an trv Di.kkn, wtilch ht,
reached at seven Saturday evening, the
khan of Lalpoor meeting him to offer sub
mission at dawn. Sunday morning the
British troops resumed their march, arriv
ing in Dakka at noon, finding that the de
serted fort had been plundeied by neigh
boring tribes. The British advance has
now reached the frontier of Afghanistan
proper, destroying by its successes the
ameer's authority in the independent terri
tory, thirty miles in width, from Jumrood
to Dakka. The flying Afghan army, in its
efforts to escape, has been plundered of
everything, tho country having risen against
it, refusing it shelter. The news is con
tinued that Jelalabad has been evacuated,
and the garrison is in headlong flight
toward Cabul. Mahomed shot the khan,
thief of Lalpoor, and head of Mohmund's
(hitherto the ameer's) allies, and has
placed himself in Maj. Cavagnari's hands.
The nomad tribes, who were preparing for
flight, have remained, and are bringing in
supplies. Villagers go about their daily
work with the utmost unconcern while our
army is passing."'
DISASTEU AT SEA.
London, Nov. 2l. The Hamburg-American
line steamer I'omerania, Captain
Swensen, which sailed from New York on
the 14th of November for Hamburg, and
arrived at Plymouth at midnight of the
24th, came iu collision last night about
midnight during a fog, about eight miles
southwest of Folkstone, with a vessel re
ported to be the Welsh burk Noel Eilian
of Carnarvon, from Rotterdam, for Cardiff,
in ballast. The Pomerania at tho time was
on her way from Plymouth to Hamburg.
The steamer foundered in abont ten min
utes. Ono hundred and sixty-two of her
passengers and crew were saved by the iron
screw stenmer Glengarry of Middlcsboro
and landed at Dover. Tho vessel with
whirl) the Pomerania was in collision is
anchored off JVilkstono; with her bows
stove and her forward compartment full of
water. A tug has gone to her assistance, A
telegram just received by tho agents in this
city of tho Pomerania says that tho colli
sion occurred at forty minutes after 11
o'clock last night during a dense fog. The
Pomerania sank in thirty minutes. One
hundred and seventy persons were saved
out of two hundred and twenty on board.
Fifty art! believed to lie lost.
Koil&Killian'ihtnt wood works, Junc
tion City, Ohio, burned Tuesday. Los-,
113,000; half insured.
John Brown & Co., cordage manufactur
ers, of Quebec, huvo suspended. Liabil
At Providence, R. I., Mayor Doyle, Re
publican, was re-ulccted Tuesday by one
thousand majority over four competitors.
Tho directors of the Cleveland base ball
club decided at a meeting Tuesday night to
enter the national league for the next season.
J. II. Snow, first mate of tin bark D. V.
Whitmore, has been indictud by the United
States grand-jury at rj.m Francisco tor the
murder of Charles Elwood, second mate of
Virginia City dispatches represent that
yesterday the whole face of tho cross-cut
on tho twenty-two hundred level of the
Sierra Nevada mine is in porphyry, with
tho exception of a small streak of ore near
tho top. The north drift from the station
is being turned west towards the ore bod v.
FROM THE FEDERAL CAPITAL,
N ICO 110 ON N F.( I HO (It V F. It N M F.N'T FX PEN'S I J9
TUB DKMOCItATIC HOCSK SENATOKOOlt
1X)X TUF. IICKON FUAll).
Washington, November 25, 1878.
The Post, of this city, has a Florida cor
respondent who says there was, under
white auspices, a large Riiiount of "hull
dozing"' negroes by negroes in t'oo late elec
tion in one Florida congressional district.
That is a kind of bulldozing that has been
known in every election since negroes first
votod. There were in every neighborhood
in the south a large number of negroes who
from principle, from interest, from personal
association, or from some other of the
countless things which influence men every
where in voting, desired to vote with their
former master or members of their mas
ters' family. To the large number ot ne
groes, who desired the radical party to suc
ceed, this was an unpardonable offence, and
the negro church, secret societies, and col
ored society generally, entered tion
a course of 'bulldozing'' which has no
parallel in our history. That the ef
fort to suppress independent voting among
the negroes was for a time successful, was
not the worst r.-sult. An unnecessary an
tagonism between tho races was created,
and scenes of disorder ensued. Then rose
to prominence and power in the south, the
most hateful product of American civiliza
tion, the carpet-bagger the man who with
one hand provoked bloodshed and strife;
and with the other summoned U. S. troops
to suppress them. When tho intelligent
North understands fully the condition of
things in the south, subsequent to the war,
it will cease to countenance those who were
the real cause of nearly ail the trouble
house, hail an informal meeting yesterday,
but in the absence of the chairman, no bus
iness was transacted. The committee will
meet to-day. At tho time when Republi
cans conceded a very large majority in the
house of the 4lith Congress to the Demo
crats, Mr. Hayes' cabinet ministers agreed
upon largely reduced estimates for govern
ment expenses, when, just before, and at the
time of election, it scorned likely that that
majority would be small, it w;w understood
that the reductions would not be sweeping.
Now that it is settled that wo have about
seventeen Or eighteen majority a safe one
I hope the committee will go on steadily
and firmly in making not only the reduc
tions originally proposed, but other and
"renter ones. It is irenem v believed tlmt I
the head of each department knows better
than congress dots what is needed in his
department. This is not the fact once in a
dozen times. There are Democrats on the i
the appropriation committee who know far
more than Evarts does, of the needs of the
state department; than Key thx's of the j
poMomce orpariinrnr, or man any other ol ;
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iu miiwmu'oiii i iu ui-i.iiiiiiriii over.
which he presides. Let such Democrats do j
all they can to have their own convictions
made law. It is their duty. It will be to
Georgia did well on Tuesday by re-electing
Gen. Gordon to the United States Sen
ate. No southern man has more influence
than he among those who make laws for
the country, and none use it for better pur
poses. The ingenious man whocamo to this city
and attempted the other day to personate
one of the crew of the Huron, wrecked a
year ago, has left us. Hu wus a fraud. He
resembled the missing sailor in person and
hud had himself marked in India ink in
imitation of him. Ho had also served in
some of the same vessels. The secretary of
tho navy, who knows ns much of sea
faring life as an Esquimax infant does of
lifu in Central Africa, was the only party
really deceived by tho impostor.
Tho Holy Seo has obtained from tho
English Government an assurance that Ro
man Catholics in Cyprus shall ei.joy the
same lilierties us in England. Thereupon
largo plans for proselytism in the island are
being organized, and it is hoped that Cyprus
may become the base for an extensive pro
paganda. Lord Odo Russel, British Minister nt
Berlin, declined to !o raised to the
peeragu "in that crowd" Lord Beacotis
nVld and Salisbury. Lord Odo is not only it
very sagacious ami long-sighted diplomatist,
but he is tho brother of great duke, of
tho strongest historic Whig traditions, and
knows very well that ho can get a peerage
from liis own party when hu wants ono.
Ihe Swiss cantons next toUermany com
plain that they are overrun with VHgi.hon.b
trom that country, masteries men seeking
work, and Social Ut refugees, most of whom .
being unfmnWicd with pawrs and without
visible means of subsistence, are conducted
back In the frontier by the cantonal police.
A young man in La Crosse, Wis., was an
infatuated but an unskillful linker plaver
losing heavily nearly every time he phiycl'
After gettim.' rid of all his own money and
all that he could borrow, he Mole $2fi ty.nu
a friend and went once more to try his lin k,
which was as had as usual. .lust as he went
away from the table he was inf. rmed that
his mother, on learning of his theft ud
fai len in a fit ami died.
The late Archbishop Whately wrote from
Dublin in 1840: -It is only hy making the
rising generation civilized' lx ings, amP not
mere uufeathered bipeds, that Socialism
and all other such poisons can bnelfectnaliy
counteracted. The law not perhaps iii
these regions (Ireland), but in despotic
countries may guard tho people against
the arrow that flieth in the noonday, but
not against the greater danger of the pesli
lencc that walketh in the darkness."
The total impuhltion of Queensland, Alls
tralin, last year, was 203,084, of whom 124.
024 were males. Queensland covers an area
as large as Europe, less Russia, Germany.
Austria and Scan.linav.ia. The immigra
tion to it has been mainly at the cost of its
government. The present governor U
brother to Lord Chancellor Cairns. He re
sides at Brisbane, the capital, and has a
salary of 120,000 a year, with furnished
house ami allowances worth about $2, 500
J. J. Shearer, of Greenville, Mich., has
been sentenced to six months in the peni
tentiary for whipping Congressman Ells
worth. The assault was made in the street
and was very brutal. The provocation came
of Ellsworth's connection as counsel in a
divorce suit brought by Shearer's wife.
Shearer claiming that Eilworth conducted
the plaintiff's case after lieing retained for
the defendant. A petition' lor Shearer's
pardon has been signed by 2.400 of his
John C. Ingersoll, a nephew of Colonel
Robert Ingersoll, publishes a partial account,
of how he was recently hazed by fellow
students at Cornell. He says he 'was put
through an uhstird initiatory 'ceremony by
members of a iwick secret society. Several
years ago one young man was killed aud
two were badly injured by falling into
gorge, near the college, while engaged in
that kind of diversion at midnight. At that
time the faculty endeavored to break up t he
practice, but it seems without success.
A Washington coires)ondent writes to
the Hartford Times, that he interviewed a
prominent Republican official, at Wash
ington, the other day, and the official said :
Already a pool ot nearly 3.000,000 has Im'HI
subscribed to make Grant the next presi
dent, right or wrong. He says that, besides
this, as much more money' as will be re
quired will be put in the rixjl the moment
that it is needed. Of this amount, the
wiDir: informant iluif V"ul.fl :.f IVm
anza tame, nits subscribed f slO.iiOi), and
that other persons on the Pacific coast have
"jined in" to the extent of making 1 1.000.
000 of the 13.000,000 so far promised. Of
course there is no means of telling now
whether this is so or not. Time will de
velop it, however. It was charged against
Mr. Tilden that he used a "Imr'l of money"
luring his campaign, which resulted in hi
election. If this Grant money story is true,
and it is more than probable that it is, it
will take several "bar'ls" to hold it. When
Grant returns to this country, which will N
in about a year, it has been arranged that
he shall make a tour over the entire
country. His managers here believe that
ho will be a big attraction, and will out.lraw
the Hayes traveling combination in all sec
tions. -Mr. Key, tl e postmaster-general,
who has just returned from California, and
who worked up the business at that side of'
the country, securing the subscriptions of
I Miickay and other millionaire miners and
stock operators, will arrange so that he will
travel with Grnni while he is swingir.g
around the circle. In return for his labor-,
Mr. Key is to be put on the Grant ticket
for vic.e pivsidi.nt.
TllF. PllYSIOMloy ok mi; I. tvr.lt. Te
liver i the largest secreting organ in the
htimiia bn.lv. and the bit
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which it ecr"t c-
1S more liable to vitiation
iiid misdirect!. i
f,m its ,,,,,., ,.mlll. ,lan miv .,. ,lf
the animal fluids. Luckily for the bilious,
however, there is an unfailing source of re
lief from liver complaint, namely, Hostel
ter's Stomach Bitters, a medicine which fur
over a quarter of a century has been achiev
ing thorough cures of the above mentioned
ailments, fever and ague, dyspepsia, bowe)
complaints, rheumatic and kidney affections,
and disorders involving loss of nervous vig. r.
It is, moreover, a preventive of malarial dis
ease, ijnd affords protection to thousands of
persons residing in districts of country
where that dire scourge is prevalent. A
a remedy adapted to medicinal requirement
of families, it is supremely desirable, and
as a means of tortilying a debilitated sys
ten), it is thoroughly to he depended upon.
Fi.onii).. A throng of sufferers, with
coughs and colds, annually go south to en
joy the ethcrcul mildness of the land of
(lowers. 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 to
this rigorous clime. For public speakers it
surpasses the Dcniosth. ric regimen of "peb
bles ami sea shore;" clearing the throat un
til tho voice rings with the silvery cadence
of a bell. Use Compound Honey of Tar.
Price 50 cents a bottle. Barclay Bin.,
Smokkhs, it you wish line "Key West."
or "lmjMirted" cigar, call ut Korsmcyer'.
cigar store. It is the only place In the citj
almost daily in rceipt of fresh goods