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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY 3I0RNINCV NOVEMBER '30, 1078.
NEW SERIES NO. 139
. iw-iabm. STKAjIHOATS. 1 LIQUORS AND WINES. T J j "IT' .
Arrival ami Departure of TaliiH.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Kxiireaa 3:i)).m. l:W p.m.
Mall 4:iii t in, J 4ft ii.in.
Kr'U'ht S:lo.m 4:ia.ni.
fcrcljho fl::op.in. nam p.m.
CAIRO AND VINCENNKH IIA 1 1. 1.0 A I).
Mall ' lO.iu p.m. 4:4.'a.m.
'!'. LOUH.I. M.ASl sOL'THEUS ICAlLltoAD.
txpnuii n. in. S:0Up.iii.
CAIRO AND hi'. LOUS H.UI.l.U.U).
TUmi'li Expreas fi:irip.m. i(i:tiain.
Slurpliyth uo A:iuiiiiiiMliiiiiii.l'j:.Vi p.m. a; 16 p.m.
Lx.iepi Mummy. tExecpl Muiulay.
TUB 51 AILS.
KNKItAL DELIVERY .mm .:: a.m.; cloaca
VI H:.'iO .iu. ; Sundnv: s to li n. m.
Money Orel' r Dcparinicut open ul 8 ft. m.; clo.ca
si ft p. III.
'I'lirmiuh Hxpren MhIIm via llllnol. Central nn l
Mln.ls.lppl Central Icillrnadu clu.e ut 1.':' p. in.
Culm uuil Poplar Iliad' Tl:rciu'h and VVuy Mull
cl.met nt :;:i,) p. in.
Way .Villi vU Llltioi. Central. C.ilro (Old Vile
rennca and .MiM.milppI Central Railroad clumi ut
i:t: p. m.
W ay .Mail for Narrow (.aas'J Railroad i:lne at S
Cairo nod Kvitnville River Route cNm lit 1:7)
p. hi. i'ii!y tcx:i-;it irids.y). '
JLLINOlS CENTRAL U. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
St. J..01U8 and Chicago
rMIK nnljr road ninulne two dully train, from Cairo
1 makinjt direct connection Hitli i; j-t rn Urns.
TIlAISa I.KAVB CAIIfl.
1 :in p. m.: Kal -xwt. airltliii! lu St. Lotil. :Vi
p. hi.; I'M) ago S:.VJi. bi.
l.IOp. in. CINCINNATI A LOUISVILLE
Arriving lu Cincinnati at 7:00 a. m.; Loul.vlllc.
7:'i a.m.; Indlauawolia 4:1ft a. m. Paswuifera ly
till, train arrive at ahuve pulnt
12 TO SO HOURS IN ADVANCE
of any uthcr route.
H. T. p. m. Kt Mall, with lc-pra ntta.-hi d.for
r'J s r. LollS and ( IIICAOO. arririiiK In M.
Lonl.at f!:Vla. m.; Ctiic:n.'o at 0:1.1 p. Hi . connect
I nit at iMiu or Cllliiusai fur Cincinnati, Loui.ollo
FAST TIME EAST.
1) Cir Vr!I-,Thv 'I'18 c thronirh
ilr.iri.MlljHili,; tll(. n,,.t without any
delay raii.cd hy Sunday intervening. The Sniiir-
ftar afternoon train Irom Cairo arris. k lu N w York
Monday mornlni; at W'-Vt. TJilrty-nix liotira lu ad-
tan' of atir oltic r Muf.
W Advprtln'mmita of rnmpptinRllne that thrr
mako htter time tUan thi one arc Imued cither
Ibrouvh lirnoranre or a delr- to niUlcail Ihn ptitillc.
for through ticket, and lnfnrmoiiou ajiply at 1111
tula Ceutrnl Itallrowl depot. Cairn.
Tlt.VINa AltKIVK AT CAIKO:
Mall 4:il a in.
JAS. JOHNSON, tieu I KnutUeru Aj t.
J. II. J'N fcS, Ticket A'ent.
(V-MRO k ST. LOUIS K. R.
'PilE lrn!n hr till" road coime't nl St. I.oti' and
1 t.n'i SI, l.o'il ll':i all etlu-r liuef In the KAI',
Throii.'h eTpa Ifivea Cairo VVfit a.m.
'rhrouitu cre. arrive, at Ku't St. I.im: K:i."ip.in.
Murpln.bi.ro a. colli iinMLitiuii leave. ;ilro ij.l.'i p in.
Muiplnliro nrr. nrrlvi ul Mnridiyviro :.Yp.ni.
Thruuch expn-f. leave. Katst. I.uniH ... K:4. ni.
Thr.iiiih evpr' arrive, at Cairo f:lftp.ni.
Murpliv.lxiro acc. leuv. !:irpu .l.nro . . . . !V:.'t a.m.
Sliirpliy.lniro ucc. arrive, al mro lJ:.Vip.m.
TH.MrAf I I. I Til K Cairo and St. I.mti.
Jah.U IVUlll.U Kailnmd I. the only Al.l.
HAIMtOl'TE lMtween Cnlro ond St. I.nui. under
mic tiianiiL'eineiit; therefore there are no rielatnat
way ai.'itioua analtliii ronncetlnii. from oilier ilnc
'o".':ii." r. iroini! North. Northeast nd We.l
ahotild not Iniy their tlckot until tlieyhavc exam
ined our rnte.'iir.d route..
f, M JOHNSON. Oeneral Manner.
;. T. VHITI.oi K. i'.i-M -1-. r A .!'
.INO. It. WINSTON. Freight Aynt.
(jAIROit VINCKNNKS R.R.
ft Mir IV THE SIIOHTEST HOl'TE TO
lMlll'sTIlR SIloIITKST To l.OCH
A t .UllihS VII I.K. CINCINNATI. liAL
1 IMOKK AND WASUINOTON.
M If I F IV THK SIIOIJTKST TO INDIAN
.! ill I liCi-T AI'Ol.lS.rillLADEI.riilA.NLW
yOUK AND liOSToN
SIX HOURS SAVKD
Over train of .ill olhcr roule. mnkin th nine
Pf l'a..nirira hv other r.mtea to runki- conncc
lion, ntii.t rule all' nl.'hl. v. nOhi-j from mm to "i.t
iionrx at "1'iiiil country atutioiia for trains of con
1 I'f I.1 AT V T.'PTHK FACT and t:tkc our J:lj
itlii'l li.1l I I jit , ,, t ruin, rvuclilns Evhiik
IIU'. Indl.miipoll''. Cltulmiatl and I.oulllle nainu
ilav. Tnilim leave and arrive ill Cuiro a fullowa:
Mall leave. ,1,l;4?In
Mall arrive,. !: p.m.
Through ticlietn and tbiika to all Iniporuiut
Octi'l l'a'. A'.'ent. Cienrml Slip I.
I.. ). t ill ItCll. raMOtmer A''iit.
gT. L., I M. & SOUTHERN.
I ijl f My W"l"
Kipre.a lenvea Cairo il-illy 9:00 p.m.
Aiprua arrive ill t'lilro 'limy
HYi:iX0 AMI INNOVATING.
OUH OI.1) CLOTHES
CAM OR HkAUTirVLI.T
J)VKl) Oil JtEPAIUED
At h Ti lltliis F-vpi'iiM C. 0. P.
CHAS. SHELLEY, K0. 30 EIGHTH ST.
I0r I.udlet nLil UenU' old butt niiulo uvw.
St. LouIh, Cuiro and Padufuli racket
hl'I.KXUlDKIDKVVirra, FItKICillT AND I'AS
a DE.SMET, Si
JOHN BHI;NBII....m. Ma.l. r.
JOHN 1.KAME.N (jerk.
I.eavei Cairo every Wednesday at 2p.m. fur l'adn
cab. I.eav Cairo every Thtir.day t 2 p.m. for Kt.
ForfrelektBrpa.HaKeapplvon IlallldevA I'hllllp.'
wharf -limit, or to JA.MKS UIOUj, At'i-nt.
t, Ohio lveo.
For Col u mil in, II ickman ami New Madrid
HT. T. IIILLMAX, S2a
JOSEPH AM UROS Muster.
LBAVKS CAIItO EVEKV
I'o;- fritl.'ht or pino apply on Hall!d:.v A J'Ul
llpa' Vi harf boat, or to
JAMES BKiOK, Auent.
Jii Olilo I evec.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
i.kavk. i.EAvaa i.HAVEa
K.Mit Fourth at Mlnourl Land'jj. Kentucky Ld'R.
h a. m.
lu a. in.
'.' p. in.
4 b. la
b:?i a. hi.
lil::m a. m.
4:20 p. tn.
It n. m.
3 p. in.
CKM KIIS AND COMMISSION MEW HANTS.
S'fRATTOX A RIRI),
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAS r0WDEBC0Ml"V
W. Kthatton. Cairo. T. Biku. iil.oa.-l.
' WATCHF.s. JEWELRY. ETC.
Edward A. uder
(Hnc.ccor to E. A W. Buder.',
MA SUFACT Lit I XG J E W ELEIJ,
Aud Dealer in
Watclies, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
.M CSICA L I NSJTHUM ENTS,
Cor. Kiyrlitli St. and U'asliint'iii Avo.
AVatcImiaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
zjsszzsr Cairo, ni-!
FINE WATCH WOBK A SPECIALTY.
ffEneravliijjand ali klnda of rfpnitiij n-a:!y
( t" All kind, of Snlld Jewelry mwb to order.
Si'iiof the JililTalo Held.
No SO. Ohio I
KOEIILER lH'iOS., Proprietors.
.J OK ABKL'U Afjc'iit.
A full and cmnpL to .imply of the lie.t r:f nil
klnils nient nlwaya on liiind. (Irdem llikd ut anv
hour, diiy oruLdit.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Ijondn a Specialty.
o i.' v i mj t
Cor. Twelfth Street aiulLcvee,
F. M. stiiekfletli.
Stockfleth & Bkoss,
Htn;e..oin to F. M. Stotkfieth,
Iriiporlci'H unil Vholmlo clcnlcrH In
Foreign arid Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Khlnx. K.dly Klnnd. Catawba. California and 1m
porl.'d I'ort, bherry, Medara Wluea and Cham
pugnea. . .
OYSTERS AND FISH.
Wholwale and nlall dealer In
OYSTEKS AM) FISH,
Oysters in Eulk ami Can, Sea Fish,
Native FMi, Cih I y and Game.
I'artlcttlnr attention paid to ordem from ohroad
and all mock irui'-rautccd wl.tu ahipped.
jNSUKANCE iVGENCY OF
AYells & IvEUTir,
T'nvil 1 1.ni.i,i;.i ti I (Of Montreal. CanA
JlUj ill L (111(1111(1 U ( Capltal,$ii.lJUU,U(l0Oold.
British America ArJrs.!.
Af illvilln IFlro and Marine (Mlllvllle, X.J.)
.U 1 11 lilt Aeta, $1,4-2.7.W.
I'imaii I (Of Philadelphia; ctahlloked lu 1 !.)
1. 1UU11 ( Aaeta. $ t.lW.IJ0.
I lieilldll !, Aaavt $H0.4il.ftS.
(Jnvill'lll '. (f Freeport, III.).
UCl Illilll f a.koU flM,ST7.;3.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
Otfleo in Alexander CViinty Bnnk,
. l- f
I ALLIDAY BROTHERS,
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Hirhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
I N KLE, THLSTLEWOOD
Farmers' Toh.icco Warehouse
General Commission Merchants,
Sua. l'i'i nnd I3T Comnier- I "i
clal Avenue l"
IIT.KRAL Advancements made on Conolgnnienta
J of Tohacco. Hour and (irnln.
The Cairo Box ami Basket Co.
win. rt iiMsii
Floox-irifjj, Sidiny:. Latlulto
At the very lowest ratea.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On the aliorleuia otico.
SPECIALTY madoof MTEAMBOATHTMBntt,
J W'eulsotnanilfaetilreKKL'IT IIOXMATKUIAI.S
Crvckur, Cuody, 1'ackluii lioxv btavut, Ueadluua
Latest in ews
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
' MVEItPOOL OKA I.N.
) LrvEiiiooi, November 20. 8: p. sr.
Wheat Hteiuly Winter, 8s 10d&9 2d;
finrino;, 7h 10.19s- fld; Ciiliforniit aver
age, 0 7il(i9 lOd; California club, 9s 10.1
10 2.1. Corn new 2U 9.12-ls
. KKW YORK GRAIN.
New Yoiik, NoveinlxT 29, 13:01 p. ii.
Wheat Steady No. 2, Chicago, rj8(V),3;
No. 2 .Milwaukee, OOlOO; lied AVinter.
$1 03vVi.il 12; Amber, $1 001 13;
No. 2, Red Wiuter, $1 09J. Corn Quiet
steamer, WqtiH; No. 8,41Js No.
sWi- Gold, 100iu'.
- tmcwi miaiVaxd PitSm'cK. "
CrncAiio, November 23. 10 a. m. Corn
December 31 tLsked; J;inuttry,
anked, Mtty, 34,'i 33. Wheat December,
83Jj ask.'d; Jannarj, 84jJ iisked.
Pork Deecnilier. $0 75; January,
3 07J2'ft-H 00; February, $S 22)i bid.
Chicago, November 29, 12:00 M. Corn
December, ."iig bid; Januaiy, Slfj bid;
May, 35 bidd. Pork January, fS 07J4'
F.lmmry, 8 20; December, 0 75.
Wlieat December, 81 bid; Jauuan-, 84'a
KCSHIA. THE BELLICOPK DEAR.
London, November 28. The Times has
the fi llowing dispatch from Berlin : "The
St. Petersburg correspondent of the Vienna
Semi-Official Political Correspondence says
Russia lias announced Iter intention of ac
tively supporting the Ameer in the event of
England occupying; any points in Afghanis
tan, from which the Russian dominion in
Asia might be threatened. This announce
ment is based upon the assertion that Eng
land has violated the alleged Afghan agree
ment of Lord Clarendon by the occupation
THREE MEN KILLED AND A NCiMSER BADLY
Pimucnr.. November 28. A special to
the Dispatch from Uniontnwn gives par
ticulars of a lMiiler explosion, which occur
red near Dunbar, about half past one this
afternoon, by which Richard Evans, Daniel
Garrison and J. J. Miller were instantly
killed, Jos. Vuynn, mortally and ten others
seriously injured. Most of these men were
on the roof of the boiler-house helping to
erect a new stack when the explosion oc
curred. DEATH OF KKIIAI'.D HATCHER A SlIOOTI.Ml
A II' KAY.
Ali.envii.i.e, Mo., November 28. ?dr.
Richard Hatcher, brother and law partner
of Miij. Robert II. Hatcher, died at New
Madrid, Tuesday, the 20th inst., of jiik-u-monia.
His death was sudden, he having
been sick only two or three days. He was
buried by the A. F. and A. Ms. to-day.
He was universally esteemed.
Murrny Phillips was shot in the face and
seriously though not fatally wounded, at
New Madrid, Saturday, the 23d inst.. in a
rencounter with a young man of that
county with whom he hud previously hud
THE COMIXa COMMERCIAL CONVENTION
New Orleans, November 28. The pros
pect of the commercial convention to as
semble in this city on Thursday next grow
brighter every day. Thus far communica
tions from forty delegations, in all about
300 delegates, have been received announc
ing their intention to be present. The
committee on arrangements are now wait
ing for an answer to a dispatch sent to
Memphis, inquiring as to the possibility of
securing the steamboat Thompson Dean for
the proposed excursion to the jetties.
GEN. JOHN A. LOGAN.
HIS CANDIDACY FOR THK r.NITKl) STATES
SENATE CONSIDERED FROM A DEMOCRATIC
(From the Mt. Vernon Fruo Pres..)
Before ti.e election, the radical papers of
Southern Illinois declared that Logan was
not a candidate for United States Senator.
Since the election, there is not ono of them
that has not come out openly in advocating
his election, from which it is fair to judge
that they knew him to he a candidate all
thetime,and only kept the matter back be
cause of his unpopularity with the masses.
Logan has already commenced to make the
canvass, and the race will grow warm from
this time on between hint and Oglesby.
There never was n time since ho became
old enough to vote that John A. Logan was
not a, candidate for some ollice or other,
and tho senatorship is the only thing in
sight now. Now and then we run across a
man who is sincere in the belief that Lo
gan is really a great man, and such men
will do anything for htm that he suggests,
He gets them to talk up his candidacy, and
in that way he always appears in the front
ranks when there is a fat oiliee in tho dis
tance. Logan never deserved an olllee in
his life, yet he has tilled about nil that is
worth having. When a democrat, ho was
an eyesore and dead-weight on tho party,
and thero is ever) reason to believe that
the respectable portion of tho republican
party would rejoice as heartily to get rid of
him an they have over the riddance of Ben.
Butler. It is tho little- contemptible
class who mistake Logan'n bellowing
for brains that keeps his name con
stantly before the public as a statesman.
There is very liltlti differenco, however, be
tweeu him and Ogiesby.- Tho latter has
been long enough in public life to obtain
a little more polish than the former, but
when it comes to brains, they are about
equal. Both are noeg.ido democrats who
found it hard woik to maintain them
selves as ollice hunters in the democratic
party, and went over to the republicans to
get otllce, and for no other purpose. Since
they took up their abode in the radical
camp, they have bulldozed every decent
radical who presumed to offer for oflice,
and have lived tat, and should the time
come when they can no longer get office in
the republican party, they will pack up
their traps and leave, squatting down in the
nearest partyoffering the best opportuni
ties. The Physiolooy op the Liver, Tho
liver is the largest secreting organ in the
'tiiunTin ljitj',ml i he bile whieii 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, n tni 'ly, Hostel
ter's Stomach Bit'ors, a medicine which for
over a quarter of a century has been achiev
ing thorough cures of the above mentioned
ailments, fever and ague, dyspepsia, Iniwel
complaints, rheumatic and kidney affections,
and disorders involving lossof nervous vigor.
It is, moreover, a preventive of malarial dis
ease, and affords protection to thousands of
persons residing in 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 lortifying a debilitated sys
tem, it is thoroughly to be depended upon.
A NEORO DESPERADO KILLS A SHK1FF AND
THIIEK MEN AND ESCAPES I NHARMED.
A Port Gibson, Miss., telegram dated
27th insanf, says that Dr. Buck Sheriff of
Claiborne county, having received informa
tion before daylight this morning that
Harrison Page, a negro desperado, who assas
sinated the Chancery Clerk of this county
two years ago, was at his house three miles
from town,went out with his deputies to
arrest Page. One of the deputies, Rob
ert Lum, was shot and instanlly killed from
a window. The Sheriff, on forcing the
door, was shot in the liowels, face and arm,
and is in a dying condition. Thomas liar
wood, another deputy, was knocked into
an old cistern and left for dead, though
he has since revived, and is not seriously
hurt. A posse left town immediately,
Charlie Weilman, ono of the posse while
riding near Page's house, was sliot though
the face, Hrm, leg aud hand. He is still
alive. The assassin escaped though some
of his accomplices were killed.
Somo folks can't tell whether Beecher
we aves an occasional joke iiito his sermons,
or an occasional sermon into his jokes.
B.utv Snows are the rage everywhere,
and we understand that the universal
remedy used to keep the little ones quiet is
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. It contains no
opiates. Price 25 cuts.
Consumption Ccked. An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed
in his hands by an Eut India mission
ary the formula tf of ji simple vegetable
remedy, for the 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, has felt it his
duty to make it known lo his suffering fel
lows. Actuated by this motive, and a tie
sire to relieve human suffering, I will send,
free of charge, to all who desire if, this re
cipe, with full directions for preparing ami
using, in German, French, or English. Sent
by mail by addressing with stamp, naming
this paper, W. W. Slicrar, 1 1!) Powers'
Block. Rochester, New York.
Florida. A throng of sufferers, with
coughs and colds, annually go south to en
joy the t thereat mildness of the land of
flowers. To them we would flay the neces
sity of that expensive trip is obviated by
Compound Honey of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes the coughs aud colds incident to
this rigorous clime. For public speakers it
surpasses the Dcmostheric regimen of "peb
bles and sea shore;" clearing the throat un
til tho voice rings with tho silvery cadence
of a bell. Use Compound Honey of Tar.
Price 50 cents a bottle. Barclay Bros.,
When used for Rheumatism, Sore Throat,
Lame Back, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises,
Cuts, Contracted Muscles, Stiff Joint, Corns
aud Burns, on human beings; nnd Spavin,
Ringbone, Galls, Cuts, Scratches, etc., on
animals, Coussens' 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,
Indioestion. Tiie main tause of ner
vousness is indigestion, and lliat is caused
by weakness of the stomach, No one can
have sound nerves and good health without
uing Hop Bitters to strengthen thn stom
ach, purify tho blood, nnd keep tho liver
and kidneys active, to curry oil" all the pois
onous nnd waste mutter of the system. See
' Two More Coming;.
The brighter lights of thu Strakcsth
Opera Troupe gathered round them a few
trieuds on Saturday evening for a quiet
littlo Kipper. The talk turned on Mnx
Str.tLoscliij new baby.
"He's got a tooth,'' i:id a gentlemun
sitting at one end of the table.
".Max is very proud of his bahv,,' said
Miss Kellogg, who was siting at tlie other
"Yes, said th,i gentleman, still carrying
out his own train of thought, and he's got
two more coming.''
Miss Kellogg shrieked and dropped her
napkin nnd her knife and f. rk, while the
Keiitlcmau still furtlmr enlivened matters
by insisting that his reference was solelv to
"Nothing but leaves," sighs the sea-side
hotel proprietor, ns ho stands, on his porch
and sees his guests thronging to tho rail
Human hair has gone tin 75 cents a
pound, mid the best quality of butter has.
r.,,n(. ."!!. n "ii - n..-.i:-,. t, -.:ii-
wi. iiunii .j... jfir.-ii.iiii-iMiun.-n win
now be compelled to furnish the essence
of cow uneniiiellished.
A girl m iy be to busy to dust down
the mantle-shelf, but always lias plenty of
time to devote an hmir to trying 'a cross,
legged h.r.v-knot inwidj p'mk ribh.m with
bine edir. S
A subscriber wants to know "how to' pre
vent wrinkles." The only sure remedy is
to commit suicide before you are thirty
years old. (When mentioning this renody
to your IVi. mis, atd that you saw it in this
History is getting a fearlul ripping up
nowadays and skepticism is taking deeper
root. It won't be long at this rate before,
we shall hear tiiat the Old Oaken Bucket
which hung in the well was noiliing but
an old tin pail full of holes. Longfellow.
When a man has a hole in the toe of one
of his socks, and is pulling on a tight boot,
and the sock works up around his instep,
then it is time to ask him his private opin
ion of Pantheism asan orthodox doctrine.
An Astonishino Fact. A large propor
tion of the American people nro to-day suf
fering from the effects of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. The result of these diseases
upon the masses of intelligent and valuable
people is more alarming, making life actu
ally a burden instead of a pleasant t xistenee
of enjoyment and usefulness. There is no
good reason for this, if you will only throw
aside prejudice nnd skepticism, take tiie
advice of druggists nnd your friends, and
try one bottle of Green's August Flower,
your speedy relief is certain. Millions of
bottles of this medicine have been given
away to try its virtues, with satisfactory re
sults in every case. You can buy a iample.
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses wil
relieve the worst case. Positively sold by
all druggists on tho Western Continent.
Hayes's Titer. However varied may hi;
the opinions conet ruing the validitv of
Hayes's title to the Presidency, there is not
n question in the minds of either Dcmocnts
or Republicans upon tho one imporhut
point, viz : the unquestionable right of Dr.
Pierce's Family Medic incs to the title of
the Standard Remedies of the age, J.Lt. ti
to the voice of the sovereign people,
New Oiii.EANs, June 10, 187S.
Dr. It. V. Pierce. Iluilnlo, N. Y.i
Dear Sir Your Pleasant Purgative Pel
lets seem to be paitioulnrly adapted to the
wants of the people in this warm climate,
where bilious affections are particularly
prevalent. I reg::rd them as the best ca
thartic I have ever tried. Yours truly,
.JoIlN C. Ul NDKliSON,
IIoi-Ton, .Mass., May I f, lT v
Dr. It V. Pierce. llu,T,:lo, N. Y.:
Dear Sir Your Golden .Medical Discov
ery' has cured my bey of a Fever Sor of
I two years standing, riease accept our
! gratitude. Yours truly,
I Henry Wiiitinu.
Tiik Feedino of Infants. This subject
was discussed at. the one hundred and
twelfth annual meeting of the Medical So
ciety of the State of New .leisey, ut Spring
Luke, N..) May 2M and 21), ISTS, Special
report for the Medical Record, Vol. 13,
No. 23 i Extract from the repnt.l
"Answers to this question differ with tho
resilience of the phy.s'ici'ins the country
and city manifesting each its peculiar
needs, Th mother's milk is generally con
ceded to be the best lor the Infant, lint,
even when this is abundant, it may be li
advantageoiis lor the individual livim; on
it, and a substitute be necessary. Country
practitioners recommend cow's milk ns the
best substitute, while many In cities and
towns speak highly of condensed milk.
Of the preparations so various and so liiitii
ly eoniiiiciided by those who put them on
the market, the Imperial Guam m secun
hold the llrst place in the eiimiilioii of
medical observers. All agree In (ondeiu'i
lug tho use of nursiiig tul.es as iinclea i,
even with thu best of care.
LETT IF, COLEMAN'S LAUNDRY.
Mrs. Lettio Coleman hns reopened Ir.r
laundry on Fourth street, between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, and takes this
method of informing her old friends and
patrons that she Is again at their services,
nnd solicits their patronage, she has re
duced prices to suit the t;ine,
Qcliiv. Why will men Miiokn common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg l'.io'a
"Seal of North Carolina" at (he same price!