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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 20, 1880.
NEW SERIES-NO. 340.
of tb leading buaiuuaa buuiiui wboite advertlie
meiiti may be fouud In Tin Uullktin.
C.O. l'atier A Co., Commercial avenuo aud Nine
). I). Williamson 4 Co.
Yocum A ISrodertck. Want. Ave., cor. Eolith.
T, J. O'Louiiulln, 1'opUr, cor. Twcutletu.
Dr. J. IJ. Man-an: omen, 140 Commercial avenue.
Drx. Leacli fc WUeider, Eighth street,
Or. W. C. Jorelyn, Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. K. W. Whltlock, li Commercial avenue.
Robt. Smyth, No. 80 Ohio levee.
H, II. Candee, No. WOhlo lHvee(p stair).
(iultaili Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and
DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Cieo. E O'Uara, Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Dank. 8th and t'ommerelal. r
City National, Ohio levee.
Champion. Tbree Bute.
Jobn Sproat, corner Twelfth and Levee.
K. C. Ford. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
j-t ENEIUL DELIVER open .: a. m.; cloel
J 6 :'1U p.m. ; Sunday : 1 to S) a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closea
"Thxoni'b Expre Mailt via Illinois Central 3:40
V ihinUtlppi Centra) Railroad dose at 9 p.- m-
Cairo and Poplar bluff Tbrotigu and Way Mall
Cl WirMR' lUlnoi Central. Cairo and Via-eennt-a
and Mi..:ppl Central Railroad! cloe at
' Way YaUU Narrow Gauge Railroad eloiet at
fcCa'rotud Evantvllle IUver Route cloaca at 8:30
p. bj. dlV (eicept Friday).
Mayor-N B Tha'lewood
Treasurer Edward Ueiania
l.'lerk-Umui. J. Foley.
Connaeior Wm. H Outu-rl.
BOAHU Of AU)tKCS
VJwni V.d-Davtd T. Liue.-ar. C. R- Wood
WTbirl Wr.r l-W. P. WrtitLt. E.' K-rt Smithy
ithhWar-i-T. W. Ualiiday. Err.tn 11 I'ett'.t.
Circuit Jud.r D- J linkir.
Circuit Cl-r.-J. A. R.ve
Couu'yJ'i !-& S. Yocun
Countv Cat S. J Humn.
County A-..m.y-W. C. M .
Countv Trvajurvr M.lv i nrer
CoroLtr-i: s-.w.'i-ra-i. .t.'-i.i.
County Cotnmi!'cer-i. W . ila..l-a.
M. UiW'r. fr:r.'.iel l!n'..J.
4 FR1CKN M E.-FoarVeuth tinsel, between
A W.:nrnd tVUi.tr.: mct h.bbath U
. m. ar.JT.i p. m.; buiy 1 a
CURlSTlAN-EiK'b'.w-tU etnet; mottlOif
bat;. iWf. m.; pre!.l'-.'ocloLa.iy.
CHUKCU OF THE REDEEKErWEptacopal)
Fo rt." nth -trw't: hundav MurtUui; prayer
Jcnoo. w a r. F:i ! .y evcn.i.s .r,y. r . . V- a.
lnT MISSIONARY" I5A1TIST CHTRCU.
b VMh'.ui Mivvia. m., p. m.. and ?:,P- m.
ifabwf .ctoo! ht 7 W p. n. Rev. T. J. Shout,
f rr'IERAN -Ti-irt- .-nth. trwt: wrvtci ab
L Vnti.1 . m . ftua-y tch.UF m Rev.
METHftDlSV-Ci r Eiu'-i and Walnut ttreel;
I'Ua? Sbath !): a o. aid p.m.;
pmver mvttnV Wedie.Uy, J P- r
School, y a. m. Rev. Yhitter. pvtor
IlRESBYTKKIAN Elshth ttrt; preafblnc on
metiac WvfU.cdaT M 7::i1 p. m.; hundny School
it) p. m. Rev l ti-i r;e, pantor.
CECONL FREEWILL BA1TIST Fiftevtth
O .trwu betwee:. ValT.ul andCedr ttreeJ; eer
vice f.bha'b 3 an:'. 7 :i p.
,it JoT.l'U S-Rotr.an Catholic) Comer CroM
O nrid Wa'.ntt tvet: tric SVbtU R':'
m. ; S::n lav '. il p. iu. ; Vet per - p ti. ; '-r-
vice! every '!i;- a' S I' 'U
ST P 4TKlCi;'S R.naa Catholic) Comer NlnOi
, ftrect and Wi.j'ilLaron aven-.c; i-rytc ab
xath nil)a.m ; Vetpew ! m. ; Snndy Jvc.iool
p m. ; ierv!c. i-vtfy iy at 6 p. m. iiuv.j-.4 i.ici,
JJKS.O. K. LEACH it E. U. WlIEELLlt
HonKj'iathii- riiysii'inus ;itn! Surcus,
Will penortn all o;.truU(.r: and tv.rnt diteiifc rf
iy nature it. turj-ry. Oillce. No. to. bjgbth
ttrect, Cttlri., !l
II. MAlEAN, M. D..
nomeoiiathio Physician aud Surpeou.
Olflce II) U-j aaiorr.ial uvewue. Residence comer
Fo'trteenth St. und Washington avueae, Cajro.
U. E. W. WIIITLOCK.
Orncs No. 1W Commercial Avnue, bPtwoen
Eighth nud Ninth Street
QR. W. C. JOCELYN,
D K NTIST.
OFFICE Elahth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
"TiT VAC to Jix.i(with ttoo!,. cover
r I A U? ftort Ixx'k). A nrlctly Jrntelatt
- un,j K0tl ft) wiioletalo f'iffory
price Thefe plunoa mudo one of the tlnett dita
plays at the cement: lul cililbltlnn.atid weru unnn
imotnly MComtii'.nJed or the hit:heit hor.or. Tho
Square Ciruudt cotituln Mthuphulc new duplex
ovomrntK tenia, tho created Improvement lu the
btttory of plur.o makltis. The nprlk'bu are the
nnett la Amerisa Catalogue uf Is pagei milled
JUBILEE ORGANS, the bent In tho world An
1 1 top orian only 1:) top, 'C with nil the
latest oud host Improvement,, pottomlni! power
depth, brilliancy and tymtuithetlc quality of tone.
Beautiful nolo oiled anil perfect atop action.
Solid wnlnnt can ol beautiful detign and ele(rant
tlnlth, Circular frou. All l'lnnnt and Ortrant tent
on t dat'teat trial freight free If flntatltfactory.
Don't lull to wlte i be- AT)p VC!
fore buying Polt Ively w lUilUiiflN O
oiler the beat bnrgatnt. FnC
tory end wiuvroomt. 57th Street nd Tenth avenue.
SHEET MUSIC M:ielllir0f "S
chiiic? plcreo tent for 3c ttamp. Addrcit,
Vcndcldsoha Piano Co,, Box 2053, N. Y.
ILLuNTOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Running
Q DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Twins Leave Cauio:
3:15 n in. Mail,
ArrivluglnSt Louii 9:4.') a m ; Chicago. 6 :3n p.m.;
Connecting at Odin and Emngham for Cincin
nati, Louis villc. Indiunapolta and poiuta line:.
u.rn. St. IiOuis und Western
Arriving In St. Lonli 7:0'j p. m., and connecting
for all point U'ut.
4:UO p.m. Kast Kxprene
For St . Louli and Chicago, arrivtug at St. Loui
10; is p m.. and Chicjjo 7 n i a m.
4:'JU p in. Cincinnati Kxpress.
Arriving at Clncltiuat! T.OO a.m.; Lomville 7:J0
'am.: Itdlanapoii. i 'n a.m. I'aeeLg'-rc by
thi. truin n-ach tin- above point. 1 M to .'lO
liul'KS ': advance of any otner route.
rf"The4:i p m expreM ha PULLMAN
LLEI'INi CAK Cairo to C.ncintiaM, witnov.t
changci. and through tltc; trio b(. Lonia und
Fat Time Kast.
T'-liiriTKrOtV '' lit !iuc P" through to Ea't.
l ii..t. 1 .t t-n: point without ny delay
eaued by S-mduv Int'-m-ting. Tue faftrday af'er
noon tru;;. fro'a t'air" arr.vc ir. ne York Monday
uiora.ng at l":'i' . Thir'-;x houre in advance of
auy oiLtr ruatc
ffFor tl.roMh tlckt' uti further inforrritition.
!'j.-, a! Illtno: Central H.i'..road Uepot. Cairo.
J As. JOHNSON. J. II. JONES.
M.-a fo'-.riiirn Agent. Ticket Agent.
A 11 HANSON. Occ. Pass Afent. Chicago.
CAIRO 6: ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. V. SMITHEKS. Keccirer.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 trough Eipre. U-svea Cairo !i:in n.
Through Exprr.t arrive, at E. bt Louie.. 5:45p.m.
Thro'jL,'b Express !ev E. !. Loult.... -'wa.tt.
Through Ertre.. arrive at Cairo 5:lop n..
Mr.rphjfboroaccoinmodationleavfci' Cairo 1 :3o p.m.
Vi'phy.Vjro Acc arrlve. at Murphyfboro p.m.
Msrphy-oro Acc. leuve. Mcrphy.boro. .. m.
Mi.rphv! oro Acc amvei a; Cairo a.m.
The Cairo St. I.oul. Rail Road l the only ail
Bail Eto'jtc between Cairo and M. Loub) under one
management, tht-refore there an- no dt.layt at
way ttttticni- awaiting cornectiom from other line.
Clo.e and tare cnt:Lectior.. at bt. Loaif with other
linn for North, Est und Wet
J A. NAl'OLE.
L. M. JOHNSON.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI tt'r.
I 111 111 v.
TAir. TABLE OK PASSE.VCiEJl TRAINS FROM
viNCENSEi (Nov. ;i0, 1579.)
No. Diy Espres (Except Suuiny). ... l:Si p. m.
' h hpressthxeept f'uic.uy) t:ssp. m.
' t Night Express (Ddt'.jv .IJ:'a. ta.
No 5 Express (Except Sunday) ti:i Ja. n.
' 1 Iuy xtress (Except Suuda)-. .:J:Wp.m.
" D Night Express iDal.y) 1 :J5 a. m.
J R. Claiik. C. S. Cose. Jr.,
Agent Viucenucs. Oea. Ticket Ag't Cincinnati
CAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
in. unduf'er Monday, June 7th. aud until lurthcr
notice the furryhoat will make trips as follows:
LtAVr.? LEAVES HAVES
Foot Fourth st Missouri Laud'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
T: a. m.
0 a. m.
i:! p. m.
4 :M p. m
"M a. m.
It :i a. m.
i!:) p. m
10 a m.
: p. m.
S;:V) p. ta.
3 p. ra
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCAII.
The Elegant .Si dewheel Passenger Steamer
SZBlL CHAMPION &m
A.J. DIBJi Clerk.
Leav Cairo every Mond'iy aud iVirsdy for
Capu Ulrarduuu, SI. LonU, and wuy landtug.
, V, -
Wi are tli larsest exporter' In the United
8ut'M, and ve will pay t&u highest market itkt
In canh for uny sunutlty.
M"" R. A. Holden & Co.
AT Via Strout CINCINNATI.
We Mean Cured, Hot Merely Relieved
And Can Prove What we Claim.
t3yThre are no fallurei and no dlaappolnt
munt. If you are troubled with SICK HEAD
ACHE you can be eauily and quickly cured, m
hundreds have been already. We ahall be plea.ed
to mail a .beet of testimonial, to any tutereitted.
Carter's Little liver Pills
Alio cure all forms of Bllloune. prevent Constl
patlon and Uyspep.la, promote Diceitlon, relieve
dutresa from too nearty eating, correct Disorder
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, and Regulate
the lioweln. They do all tbia by taking Junone
little pill at a dote. They are purely vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, anl are a nearly perfect as
it la poMlble for a pill to be. Price U5 cett, 8 for
SI. bold by driigict. everywhere or .-nt by mail.
CAKTEK MEDICINE CO.. EUIE, PA.
T HUT 1 1 S.
Hop Dltters are the Purest and Best Bitten
Thpy are compounded from HOPS. EUCIIU,
MANDHAKE and IUNDEJ.ION-the oldest,
bertand mot valuable medicine in the world
and contain all the be.t and moet curutirc prop
ertic. of all other Hitter, belne the greatest
BLOOD PCKIKIEH, LIVER KEOVLATOH,
and Life and Health restoring agent on eurlh.
No diresEe or 111 health can poctibly long ex
ist where these Lifer. ar; ued, so varieff and
perfect are their operations.
They give new life and vigor to the aged and
Infirm. To all who.e employment cause Irreg
ularity of the bowel or urinary oreani, or who
requirenn appetizer, tonic and.mlld stimulant,
these Bitters are invaluable, being highly cura
tive, tonic and etimulatlng, without intoxicat
ing No matter what your fociinga or symptoms
are. wbat the disease or ailment Is. use Uop
Bitters. Don't wait nntil you are sick, but if you
only feel bad or miserable, use the Bitters at
once. It maviaye voanife. Hundreds have
been saved by so doing. will be paid
for a ca: they will not cure or help.
Do not suffer yourself or let your friends suf
fer, but use and orgcthem to use Hon Bitters.
Remember. Uop Bitters is DO vile, dragged,
drunken nostrum, but the purest and bout medi
cine ever made: the 'Invalids Friend and
Hope, "and no person or family should be with
out them. Trv the Bitters to day.
Uop Bitters Mfg. Co.. Rochester, New York
an '. Toronto, Canada.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Obtained for new inventions, or for improvements
on old ones ; for medical or other compounds, trade
marks and labels. Caveat. Assignments, Inter
ferencee, Appeals. Suits for Infringements, and
all casee arising under the Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that have been
ty in TTrTFTi b' ,be 1sttot 0ffi(:e my 8till
XxEit) Lvl FuU in most cases, be patented by
ns. Being opposite the U. S. Patent Department,
and engaged in ratent onsiness exclusively, we can
make closer starches, and socure Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
are rerno- iroin v aaiuiuu.
T VVTTVTn'R'il 'eIld a 8 moJe' f kctch f
lii ? ii XUXIO your device: we make ex
aminations tnd advise as to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence etnctiy connuentiai.
Pnrss low. and to charire unless Patent ls-secured
We refer in Washington, to Uon Postmaster
Genenvl D. M. Eey. Rev. F. D.Power The Oermnn
American National Bank, to oiBcials in the C. S.
Patent Office, and to Senators aud Representatives
In Congress: and especially to our clients in every
State intne Lnicn auuinianaaa. Auurecs
C. A. SNOW & CO..
Opposite Pat tt Office. Washington D. C
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL-
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
O F F ICK:
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
rpKE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, Presldant.
11. L. UALL1DAY. Vlco-Presldeut.
THOd. W. IIALLIDAY, Cashier.
S irAATITAVUlR, W. p. HA.LX.tDAT,
nSNRT I. KAU.mtY, II. II. CUMNINOUAX,
0. D- WXLIAAMSON, STBPUKN BtllU,
a. n. CANDm.
Exchange. Coin and Uulted States Honda
BOVOHT AND SOLD.
Dop4ltroclvod and gentsral banking bns'.nsst
45 YF.AES BEF0EE THE PUBLIC.
Dn. C. McLANE'S
are not recommciiflod as a remedy "tor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of tho Liver, and all Billious com
plaintb, Dyspepsh, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can bo used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-ccated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLaxe's Liveu Pill.
Each wrapper beara the signatures of C.
McLaxe and Flemiko Bnos.
Eflnsist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEillilCr BROS., Pittsburffh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLaxe, spelled differently but same
The Promoter and Perfcc
tor of Assimilation.
The Reformer and Vital
ize? of the Blood.
The Producer and Iuvi?-
orator of Nerve & Muscle.
fulL lue """up" a(l ouppoiT-
emmw tr ui ui iim i ut'i.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
in compowd of injredlenH Identical with those
which constitute llealthv Hlood, Mu.cle and Nerve
and Brain Substance, whilst life Itself la directly
dependent noon some of them,
by its union with the blood, and its effect nnon
the muse'es, r!-etal)liehln;theone and toning the
other.it U capable of effecting the following ro-
It will displace or wash ont tuberculous matter,
and thus cure consumption,
hy increasing nervous und muscular viiror, it
will cure dyspepsia, feeble or Interrupted action of
tne neart ana palpitation, weakness or intellect
cansea nygrier, weary, overtax or irroguiar nanus,
bronchitis, (acute or chronic), congestion of the
luces, even In the most nlarminest-utes.
It cures asthma, loss of voice, neuralgia. St. Vitus
dance, epileptic nts. wnoopingcougn, nervousness,
and is a most wonderful adjunct to other remedies
luirupimuiuK uic uunuK iue inici'pp ui uipuit'ria.
Do not be deceived by remedies bearing a similar
came, no other preparation is a substitute for this
under any circumstancea.
Look out lor the name and address. J. I. FEL
LOWS. St. Jobn. N. B., on the yellow wrapper In
wuter-mark, which is seen by holdinc the paper
neiorc me nunc.
SOLO BY ALL DRl'GGISTS.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Lot" of aprifttlh1. nna'a. bowels rotive. pnln !n
noTiMr::' i iiiuy oiinli.TmvTynTHTT ' o I
i!;itv. v- ir;;i..-. .I v..'.urt-. il;.i;er;ti' Ml tlm m-iri,
dots H'-fure ill- i-yn". va.,i)w k:n. li,.id.'O iu', re".
If these wiirnltiSi Hre nnUeoded, serious dlseweH
will (ooD be developed.
TUTT'S PILL'S are especially adapted to such
cases, one d.nu eflucts such a change of feeling as
toastonish Ihe snfirer
A Noted Divine Says:
Dr.Tutt : Dear Sir: i'or ten yenrs I have been u
martyr to dysoepjta. constl;atiou aud plies.
Last spring your pills were recommended; I used
them. I am now a well mm. have a good nppu
tite, digestion perfect, regular stools, plIi'S gone,
and have gained forty pounds of nVsh. They are
worth llielrwdlght in guld,
REV. K. L. SIMPSON, Louisville, Uy.
They iucruase the appetite, and cause the body
to take on flesh, thus tie system Is nourished, anil
by their tonic action on the digestive organs, n'jM
lur stools are produced. 1'rlcii i cjuts. ,1ft Mur
ray Street. N. Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE
Orav hair or whiskers changed to a glossy black
by a single application of tins dye, It Imparts a
natural color, act InstautaneoiiKly, Sold by drug
gists, or sent by express on rucelpt of il.
Office."?') Murray Street. New York.
K r TO smmo A YEAR, or $ to
Vlf I U.1 VI l J1 a day lu your own locality
r I III II No risk women do at well
f i J I rasmen. Many make more
TT v v tlian the amount stated
above. No one can fall to
make money fast. Any one can do the work. You
can make from Vc to $3 an bour by devoting your
evenings und spare time to the business. It cosu
nothing to try the business. Nothing like It for
monuy making evurollVred before. Iulnet pleas
ant and strictly honorable. Reader, If you want to
know all about the best paying business before the
..Hh'l. ...Il.l I.. ...4 H ill ....t U..M
tKfiivi ,uuu iif jv)ir nuumn. dun w nil nu ytiu
.11 particulars and Drlvat terms free :sam Dies
worth $ alofn'e: you can then make np your
mind forvouMHr. Address OKOHOK STlsSoN
A Co , Purtland.lMiitne.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, July 27, 2:00 r. u.
Wheat firm 'Winter, 9s lia103 6d;
Spring, 8s Cd03 4d; California average,
9s10sj California Club, 9s 0d10s 4d.
Corn, !ji Id.
Chicaoo, July 27, 10:00 a. m.
Wheat August, 87H; Sept, 85.
Pork August, $15 91; September,
Corn, August 35 September,
Oats, August 22; Sept. 22.
NEW YORK ORAfN.
New York, July 27, 12:01 r. m.-
Wheat irregular No. 2 Chicago, $1 00
I 07; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 07(&1 03;
Red Winter. 1 031 OS; No. 2 Red
Winter, l 08if ; Com - quiet No. ' 2.
A CAIRO RADICAL REPUBLICAN.
WHAT HE II AS TO 8AY THKOCGH THE COL-
CMN8 OF BARTON'S FREE TRESS.
Cairo, III., July 20, 1830.
Editor Free Press:
I think Thomas ought not to be noini-
nated. Many of our most prominent Re
publicans do not think he will be elected
if nominated. Many will vote for him, if
at all, under protest; will not work for
him; and there are some not merely a few
who will not vote for him at all, and
some who will work and vote against him.
His re-nomination will cast a damper on
many, and have a bad effect on our county
tickets. The proper thing for John Robert
Thomas to do, is to announce publicly
that he will not bo a candidate before the
Republican convention for re-nomination.
Such a course oa bis part would leave the
delegates to exercise their judgment in the
light of the evidence before them, and to
select some one of the many good and
worthy Republicans of the district as a
candidate for congressman some one who
has not forfeited the respect and confidence
of the Republican party, and who could,
therefore, reasonably expect the support of
the entire party, and thu9 secure a Rcpub
lican congressman to represent the Eigh
The Eighteenth district is Republican by
a majority too small to admit of any oppo
sition, discontent or apathy in its own
rank3. That there is much opposition to
the re-nomination of John Robert Thomas,
not even his most subservient followers will
deny. Tea, more, they do not deny that
the opposition is well grounded, and the ex
cuses and apologies they offer in his behalf
can be considered unything but compli
mentary to him. If he i3 forced upon the
party as a candidate, no doubt the people
of the district will hear some of the com
plimentary things that have been said of
That the opposition to Thomas is breed
ing a bitter disconteut, will, perhaps, be
denied by no observing person iu the dis
trict. Tbr.t discontent mrmifi'sts itself, not
only in a state of open and aggressive hos
tility, but in a state of apathy and lukc
warmness as people are differently con
stituted that bodes no good to the person
who tins caused it, is also evident to all ob
servers. Has the Republican party in the
Eighteenth district five hundred; three
hundred, or even one hundred votes to
throw awny, and thus favor the election of
a Democratic congressman, by nomiuating
a man who has been tried in the balance of
public opinion und found wauting? Are
we suro that wc can spare even the small
number of one hundred Republican votes
to the Democratic candidate, but yet elect
our man? Who will be surprised if John
Robert should run one thousand votes be
hind the ticket if he is nouiiuatud. Did he
not run three hundred votes behind John
C. Smith, the Republican candidate for
state treasurer, two years :igo? lias not his
record und his course tended to weaken
him largely iu the district since he has
been in congress?
Why, in the name of common sense,
nominate a man who will as every person
knows ran far beliiud his ticket a man
who is not only weak within hinieclf, but
also weakens the candidacy of others, und
endangers the election of Republican can
didates in closely contested counties, such
as Randolph, Perry, Jackson, fWilliamson
und Alexander, one-half the counties iu tho
lias any man such claims ou the purty
that tho party must take him up, as a dead
weight, and undertake to curry him through
at the risk ot more than trouadle de
feat? If so, that man is not John Robert
Thomas claims to have "redeemed tho
district from the Democracy," and is there
fore, the Great I Am, and deserving of all
lonors. Such, howcrcr is not tho case. A
Republican legislature created tho district
and tnudo it Republican, and Mr. Clements
was elected by a majority of about thrco
thousand, Col. Wiley, though defeated, re
ceived about two thousand votes more than
Thomas received. Thomas' 'redeeming"
qualities well, where are they? Does a
a sudden translation from a medium petti
fogging country lawyer to an accidental
congressman chauge a plebian to an aristo-
I. T r T . 1. n mi .
v,iau auu. ounu i. iuomas ' is only
"John R. Thoma9, attorney at law, Metrop
olis, 111.," after all; and when he assumes
the audacity to insult and defy the men
u uiu,.u uiui, ur aiucr, wuo pinned
"non." to his name, he must take the con
The boast that Thomas beat W. J. Allen
14 rtn n nni with tVin Kaa.. e i-U. l
ot twenty years, who exulted that he had
whipped a man a hundred years old, and
could have whipped him if he had been
twice as old. It is true that he did beat
William Joshua, and could have beaten
him if Allen's record been twico as bad as
it was. But, had it been known before
the election what manner of man Thomas
was. and what sort of a man h n-nnM -
prove to be, as well as now, . there J.j no
certainty that he would have beaten Alien.
it uj viuiu uui uotu uuumu iuieu 1U 10(01
To the one hundred aud forty-seven dele
gates to tho Republican congressional con
vention I would say: If John Robert '
Thomas will not voluntarily withdraw from
the contest and leave vou free tn nominate
a man who will command tho respect, the A
rti ... .
conuuence ana tne earnest and Learty sup
port ot the whole parry, and thus render
success not only possible and probable, but
almost absolutely certain, yours will be tho
duty of hying him on the shelf and nom
inating one worthy of support. No one
man should be permitted to stand as a
6tumblirig block in the way of success. The r,
nomination you make will determine the
Cocoas. "Brown's Bronchial Troches
are Used with advantage to alleviate cough, .
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They are not new and untried, but, having ,
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The T into at. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
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The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
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"Sway.ne's Ointment and Pills." The
greatest remedies the world has ever known
curing the most inveterate case of skin
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nerveous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion,
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to healthy activity every organ of the body.
Price 25 cents a box, fivo boxes $1. Oint
ment 50 cents, thrno hnrps K1 M Can h,a
sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price. Address letters, Dr. Swayuo & Son,
350 North Sixth street, Philadelphia.
Sold by all leading druggists. (2)
Mouawk, Feb. 23, 1379.
Wm. M. Giles & Co., 120 West Broad
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tiud a check for one quart of your Lini
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Not a Bf.verage "They are not a bev
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physicians prescribo them." Evening Ex
press on Hop Bitters.
Tue man who heeds not the warning of
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Mint. Will send tliolr celebrated Electro
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trial. " Speedy cures iruarnnteed. They
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CVstomek "Why arc 'Malt Bitters' so
popular?" Druggist "Because, as a food
medicine, they enrich tho blood, harden the '
muscles, quiet tho nerves, perfect diges
tion." . Tehsoss whoso occupation gives but Jit- !
tie cxerriso are rictluu of torpid liver and ,
constipation. Carter's Little Liver Pills . ,,;
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