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01 me leading businesi housus whoao slverttiie
ments may be fouud In Tut Uulustix.
C'.0, p,lc' Co., Commercial avenue and Nine-
Yocom 4 Brodick, Wa ft. Aw., cor. Eighth.
r.iw lorit Mori), c. O. Putier ii (.'., tor. Nine
uiu buu v.umrru-rcial.
Dr. J . II. Man-an : office, IK) Commercial avenue.
Dm. Ltacb & Wbeclur, Eighth street,
Df- W. C; Jorelyn, Eighth near Commercial .
Dr. K. . Wbiliock. 1W Commercial avenue.
H. II. Camlee. No. THOIiln uvvn Inn atittpai.
Equitable Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and
Yi ashljcrtou avenue
City National, Ohio levee.
John Sproat, corner Twelfth and Lt-vec,
E.C Ford. Corner NlntU and Commercial.
f EN E HAL DELIVERY open i : a. a.; closea
VJi p.m.; &uuaay; s to irf a. m.
Motey Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closet
it h t. in.
Through Express Mails via Illluola CeLtral3:V)
Mississippi Central Railroads dole at 9 p. m.
Cairo &Ld Poplar BluJ Through and Way Mall
c.(Me at 1 p. m.
wv Mali vt nilnols Central. Cairo and ln
cenncs and Mld.isippl Central Rallroada close at
V ' 5 p. m.
Wny .'i;i fjr Narrow Gauge Railroad c.oaea at
Cairo aid Evaiivi;i River Rout dole! at 2:30
p. m. d:,T (except rridayi.
Mavor-N. R. Tbistlewood.
T r;an-r Edward Dezonla.
Cler Dennis. J. Koiey.
t'ouLe',or--Wm. B Ullbert.
BOARD t ALIieiUB
Flrt Ward-M J. Rowley
Second Ward-David T. Linejrar
C. R. Wood
ki.j Wi.j-ff i Wright. Egbert Smith.
Fonrrh Ward-c'barl O. I'atic r. James Kynaiton
fifth v.-srd-T W. HV.llday. Ernest U rettu.
r;r.-s't .Iud;'-D. J. Baker.
Circa. tClerk-J A. Rwives.
C'uuuty Judie-R S.W-ura.
County Clerk-s. J Uumm.
County Attorn. y-'A'- C. tlk-y.
County Treaimr-r-Milc ' 1'aravr
th.r;fl John liod;f.
Coroner-K. Fitzra.c. n.'UAav
Coatitv CommiMioneM T. lla.imay,
H. iU. Sam'i'.d Uriley.
AFHtrW M E -Fourteenth itr.-et. bi-twea
Wa.Mit aud Cedar streets: scnkes fabhat& U
a. n. and 7: p. m ; Sunday School 1.) p. m.
CIIHITUN-F.'.L'ht.-enth street: meeting Sab
bath W:wp. m.; preaching occasional.
-iin-tuTl OF TIIE KEDEEM EK itpiacopai)
I VVur.X-nth street; Sunday Morning prayer
low a. m.: evening pr
rayers. 7 'i p. in. ; buuubj
school a. m. ruuj
evening prayer i . v
--..r.T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIICKCn.-
r I'rea' bitu' at U: a m., S p. m
, and " M P- m.
habbath school at . :30 P- W
Kev. T. J. Shores,
. T-rnP!'VThlr1enth Itreet! ser1ce Sab
j batLl:S" a. m.; Sunday school 2 p m.
1RFBYTERIAN -Eiifhth street: preacUlne on
sabba-b at l:V a. m. and 7::VP- m :J pW
initlu J Wednesday at 7:?) p.m.: Sunday School
at a p. m Rev B. V. Georze. pastor.
;t. h-twe-c Walnut and Cedar Greets
Cedar Greets, aer-
vice saotiaia j u'j '
Ji) p. tn.
CT. JOSEPirS-(Roman Catholic) Coracr CroM
and Walnut streets: services sabbath 10. JO a.
m ; S inday Scb.x.1 at i p. m. ; Vesper. 3 p.m.; ser
yices ever' tl" 11 9 P- w'
ST P TRH'K"S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
s.'et and Wasblnipon avenue; terjlcca Sab
hatb and lo a m.; Ve-pers : p. in. ; Pnnd.y who..!
i p. ra. ; services ever)' da; at 3 p. m. Rev. r . Sabel,
At"0MAN'9 CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE U
luN. bo d It rec iiar .vnly meeiliiin In
ihd (,: iifih,. t a ro 1 umuer.imK '".
erv Friday afternoon, at :i o"cloi'ic
Invited to attend.
Everybo ty Is
0. H. LEACH & E. I). WHEELER
llouvi'itatliie riiysii iaus ami Surgeons,
Will perform all operation an
y nature In surgery. y:'Jce:
and treat diseases of
No. U. tlnlita
ireet, Cairo, Ills
n. MAREAN, M. D.,
noniPOitliie riiysiolan ami Snr?eon.
Offlce 1H V(j imerelal avfutie. Resldence cprner
Fourteenth St. and Washtutfon avenue. Cairo.
JU. E. W. WHITLOCK.
Of nri-No. M Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street .
JR. W. C JOCELYN,
ID K NTIST.
OFFICE-EltflitU Stroet. near Coniinerc'.it! Aventie.
IT ABLE LIFE
OF NEW YORK.
Assets over mi, 000.000.
K. A. Ut'HNETT. Aetit,
ril business now tcnro the pub
I I lie. You can tnaka money
ustorat work Tor u thuti at
anytliltiif rnpital not
required. V ' will start von.
fin a uay and utv r : ' muu
at bnnw liy tho Industrious, Men, wen...",, hm
and ulrN wanted everywhere to work for us. Now
! the time. Yotl Clin devote your wholo tlmo to t'le
ork,or only your epam nioments. No other
nusinesi will pny you nearly s wi ll. Noonowlll
Inu lo work eau lull ( maki! enormoua pay by en
tfaillnif tkt onto, Costly oimlt mid teimx 'free
A ureat oppnrtiiultv for tmtkliin money easily and
liouorubly. Adutosi TRUE X CO , Augusta y.alne.
METUODIST-Cor. EleMf and Wainut lrl;
Preaching Sabbath lo.' a. m. and 7 p.m.;
pnrrr m"ttn . Wednesday 7:) p. m ; Sunday
fecbool. y a. m. Rev. Wblttaker. pastor.
, DAILY CAIRO
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R,
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis.antl Chicago.
The Only JLino llunninsj
Q DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Tiuiks Leats Cairo:
.'3:1 a in. Mail.
Arr!vlni( In St. Louis 'JA1 a m.: Cblcazo. :yp.m.:
ConuectlnK at Odin and Lft;nham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and pulntt East.
11:1Cj a.m. St. Iouin and WBtf;rn
Arriving In fit. Louia T:U1 p. m., and conntctinc
tot iu ijilii est.
4:20 ji.m. I-'ast Kxproas.
For St. I.ouia and rhicaio, arriving at St. Louis
10: to p.m., and Cbicuo 7:j0 a m.
4:"-JO p in. CiiKtlnnrttl Kxpross.
Arrivlc; at Cincinnati 7:oo a.m.; Louisville T:'jo
a m.: mdlnnapoiis 4 : a.m. Paseenirera by
this truin n-iirli the above points ly to 3i
UoCI'.") in aiivsnce of uay oilier route.
rffThe n. m. exuross has PL'LLM AN
ssl.LEI'INo CAR C'a:ro to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through tieepers. to St. Loaie and
Fast Time Ea.t.
Islfei01H'''l, ,,!r lin,; R'brough to East.
llCl. ern boints without any delav
caused by Sunday Inten.-nin,' Tbe Saturday af'er-
uoou iram iroui airo arrive, in new iors .MoLnay
morniui; ut 10::ij. Tbirty-m bouri in advance of
any other route.
S'Kor throueh tirltetn and further lLfcrtnitlon.
apply at Illinois Central Kallroad Dep'ot.C'uiro.
JAs. JOHNSON". J. II JONES.
en. Southern A;ent. Tick'.'". Azent.
A. II UANS'JN. Oen. I'ass. Agent. Chicajo.
CAIRO tt ST. LOUIS R. R.
tw try , uu..
IT. Ar. SMITIIEItss. Receiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ihrongh Express leaves Cairo 9:Va m
Throucn Exprese arrives at E. St Louis.. 5:Wp.m.
Throuirh Express leaves E. St. Louis.... 9:nja.ra.
Through Express arrives at Cairo 5:lp.tn.
.'lurjinyshoroaccomniodatioulvaves Latro I :i p.n.
Mu'physboro Arc arrivet-at Murphysboro p.m.
Murpbyshoro Acc. leaves Murpbyaboro .. 5 :' a m.
Murpbvsboro Acc. arrives at Cairo ll.'UJa.ni.
The Cairo 4 St Louis Rail Road l the only all
Rail Route between C airo atd St. Louis nnder one
nianaLfmeut, therefore larr are no delays at
way stations awaiting connections from other llnea.
lose and sure connections at st Louia witaottier
line for North, East and West
L. M. JOHNSON.
QHIO it MISSISSIPPI IV v
TIME TABLE OF PASSESOEU TRAINS FIIOM
VI.NXENNES (N07. 30, 179.)
No. J Iluy Express , Except Sun lay) .
. 1 :10 p. m.
6 fcpress i txcepi uuaay).
4 Niht Express (Daily) -.
..U: 'j). 01
No. 5 ExpressjExcept Sunday)
. :!:.Vi p. m.
" 1 Day txtiress i txcept sunuay).
" 3 Night Expresa (.Dally)
.. i:ga a. m.
J. R. Claiik.
C S. Cone. Jb.,
Gen. Ticket Aj't Cincinnati
flAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
F K KIIYHOAT
THREE Vl STATES.
On and after Monday. .Tune 7th, and until turthcr
notice the ferryboat will maks trips aa fellows:
LEAVE LEAVES LEAVES
Foot Fourth st Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
T: a. m. 7:W a. m. 8 a.m.
: ) a. ta. H::n a. m. lo a. m.
n:ma. m. 11 ::). tn. llmlin.
t:V p. m. i::ip. m. 8 p m.
4.:V)p.tu. ' 5:ll p.m. BiWp.m.
Ip.n. 4:30 p.m S p. m
rpUE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. r, ITALLIDA Y, Presldnnt.
II. L. UALLIDAY, Vico-Presldent.
1UOS. UALLIDAY, Cashier.
aTAATS TATLOR, W, P. HAM inAT,
ENi.r i. im.uiur, r. n. ci'mninokam,
I). W1LIXAMS0N, STEl'yiN BtltO,
. B. U. CAHDEI.
xebauare, Coin and United States Bond
ISOl'OlIT AND SOLD.
Depn'lturocelved and i general banking bniUiuit
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TIIURSDA1
QICK HEADACHE !
We Hi'iui Cured, Sot Merely Eelievei
And Can Prove What wo Claim.
tyTbcru are co failures and no disappoint'
menu. If you am troubled with bICK 11EAU-
ACHE you can be easily and quickly cured, aa
hundreds have be,;n already. Wu abail .be pleased
to mall a sheet of testimonial to any interested.
Carter's Little Liver
Also cure all forma of Biliousness, nrevent Constl
patlon and Dyspepsio, promote Diaestlon, relieve
distress from too hearty eatinc correct Disorder
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, and Regulutu
ho Bowels. Tbey do ail thii by takiuu ust one
little pill at a do.u. They are puroly vegetable, do
not irripe or puro. una are a- nearly perfect as
it is poiuie lor a pill to oe. l'rlco ffl celts, 5 for
5 1. ooiu 'iv ur'ici:i: every nere or sent ny mull
LAIlltll JltlJlUl.Mi IU., HI. t'A.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY TIIE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
STAPLE and FANCY
Wa.sliinston Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO - - ILLS
Authentic and fll
clal Life of
BY COL. RUSSELL II. CON WELL,
Author of tbe Life of R. B. Hayes, Life of Bayard
With an Introduction I y
MARK HOrKINS. I). D LL. D.
Ex-President of Williams College.
Thl book Is elegantly Illustrated; two stem.
"late poitTHAiTs; nearly 400 pages; pneo Jl 75.
imi none comprise me niograpuy, puonc ser
vices, and private papers of General Garrteld. with
Lis letter of acceptance, Republican platform, sta
tistical iacts ana ngurva lor every Hepubllcan
voter, and presenta a complete und ttiorough
digest of the reasoua why tho Republican
party should still be trusted with the government
oi mis prosperous nation, lr.eautnor naa gath
ered bis material for this work ricbt from hkah.
(jfAiitKBs the general's own home, relatives und
tamuy ana nas naa free access to all the ma
terial necessary to produce the only aithkntic
ami orriciAC l.ue or oeneral (iarneld.
Thebookwlll also contains aketch ofthollfo of
Gen. Chester R. Arthur.
The Introduction Is written by that vcnorablo
A(?onr win nud thisttm bet campuik'n book iu
Outfits are now rpady for Agents.
Send for for full
'iAin.va. cart cu ars ami be
convinced that this Is the most salable book In
the market, or to save time, send $1 for outfit of the
book, and a'.ate your choice of territory. Addresi
J. FAIRBANKS & CO..
: - i
V w a
a " 2
gontILIFE AND ADVSNTUHES OF
M'antoO d. .1 A l PifN
The Noted Western Outlaw. By Hon. J. A.
jiacus, l'n. v. A truo ami thr nir account i us.
trateil)of their bold operation! for l yearn Into
d fltwnt vtatvi fturl torr tor liniMlmr iitit voi I
-. J AI I . I a. l 1 .? . . . . Z V I
and oftl. lals of the law. Beat tolling bi ok of tbo
. ,,iw"1'1 ln thri'9 m"Iltln' W "" fr
out lit: tl.Wfor samnie conv. l.ibor.l tvrma tn
auents. N. D THOMPSON 4 CO,, 1'UblliUeM. &C0
riuo ijv., ot. bouii, ill),
45 YEARS BEFORE TIIE PUBLIC,
I Dr. C. McLAKE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all
the ills that fluhh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver. an,l all Billions pom.
plaint!,, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
uiseases 01 mat character, they stand with
out a nvai.
AGUE A!?sL) FEVTJIi.
No better cathartic can lie used rrenrir!i.
tory to, or after takins quinine.
a.3 a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS,
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
fcach box has a red-was seal on the lid
with the impression, McLvxe's LlVEn Pn I
p..,, ,..' . i '"rp"? B tu 1 iLh'
HCU Wrapper bears the SlgnPtUreS of C.
J1CLANE and f LEMINO liUOS.
K'Insist upon havintr the L'enuine Dn
C. McLane's Liveu Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pit tshiirffh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
Testimonial to Mr. Fellows.
TE, thcnnderslcncd. clergymen of the Metbo-
V dlst Church in Smu Scot In. hnvlm. ti..H tlw.
preparation known as FELLOW'S COMI'OL'NU
?Ir-, ame i- 'eiiow, chemist, st. iofin. n. b. or
having known caies wherein ita effects were bene
ficial, believe It be a reliable remedy for tho dis
eases for which it la recommended.
JAMES C HENNIOAR,
Pres. of Conference'
Exl'r.s of Conference.
JOIIN A. .MOSHER,
JOIIN W. HOWIE.
STEPHEN F. IRESTIS,
ALEX. W. NICIIUI.SON,
CRANSWI K JOST.
C03IP0U.VD SYRUP OP HYPOPIIOS-
Sfcecdllv andJnermanontlv rurea rnnirestlnn of
the lungs, bronchitis, consumption, nervous pros
tration, ebortuees of breath, palpitation of the
heart, trembling of the ban ts and limbs, physical
and mental deiireslon. loss of unoetltu. Inns of en.
ercy, loss of memory, and w ill rapidly Improve tbe
eusiueu luucuona anu organs os tne oony,
which depend for health upon senil-voluntarr and
Involuntary nervous action. It acts with vigor,
gentleness and suhtletv, owing to the exunisito
harmony of its ingredients, akin to pare blood it
self. Its ta.te la pleasant and its effect iperma
nent. Look ont tr the name am! tirblress. ,M. FFI.-
LOWS. St. John. . H. nn th velb.w ur.nnpr In
watermark, which is geen by holding tbe paper
before the light.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
'Noone can be lck when the stomach, blood.
liver ona kliinev are healthy and Hop Hitters
keep them so."
"The greater sourNhlng tonic.' annotizi-r.
etretigihener and curative on earth-Hop Hitters
"It Is Impossible to remain long' sick or out
of health, where Hop Bitters aroused.''
"Whv do Hod Bitters cure o much?" '-no.
datue they give good digestion, rich blood, aud
healthy action of all the organs.''
"No matter what vonr feelings or ailment Is.
Hop Bitters will do you good."
'Remember.IIop Bitters never doesharm.hut
good, o.waya and continually."
'Purlfv the blood cleanse the itomach and
aweeten the breath with Hop Bitters."
"(Julet nerves and balmy aleep In Hop Bitters"
"No health with inactive liver and urlnarv or-
gana without Hop Bittern."
Hop Hitters Munufiictnrlnir Company, Roches
ter. New ork and Toronto, Ontario.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
A LEXANDEH COUNTY RANK'.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth IMroot,
F. lan. President,
P. N'Krr, Vlce Presldeut.
II. Wri.ls. Cashier.
T.J. Kkiith, Assistant Ca'hlor.
F. Bross. Cairo; William Kluge, Cairo;
Peter Nelf. Cairo: WlllUm Wolf ri.r,-
c. m. Cbtterloh. Cairo; R L llllllngsley, St. Loul
r.. uuuer.cairo; J. , c lumsoii. Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE,
Exchange sold and br.iurlit lntp,,.t t.nl.l In H.n
phi iimn tyeonrimeiiL. I n i( in, niurt,, unti u
uusiuess promptly atteuuuil to
Tho Simplest, Surest and Most Reliable
ruro Distilled Extract of WITCH HAZEL,
Caieru'ly prepared; Thoroughly reliable; Full
SlrellUth : lllld eolllll in slH nf linllln In nn, mint.,.
C urea sprains, brulsei, vellliii(. chafluiis. ruts,
wounds, bums, scalds, eald head, piles, salt rbeiim
skin eruptloiii, sore eyes, sora inoiith, neiiralttia,
iniiammiitory awellltiKs, sore throat and for acblnif
am n ii tinuoiibtedly tlic creates! bealltia pn-par-loll
ever Used. Niiliirrum t , l I m, .ti I I -hii hn
procured If duslred.
blxoltnru bottles 2 cents: nliit bottles. 50 cuntut
DO FIFTY CENTS, DO
Full 11 ot. bottle. Dcst Combination.
RIsloj's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil.
With Hypophosphltoi Llmo and 8oda, with Pvpsluo
It l! blbly recommended by pbvslclatii a the
mm ir....tn..i ... .nt.i r...
" . tavv anna I V I If I W rvltll'U J UI JUMKII!
colds, bronchitis, irem-Ml dublllty, etc. Aureeablv
flavored. Pleasant to take, And can be retained
on the wuakeit stomach.
CHAHLKS F. KIHLKV & CO,, Wholsa:e Drug
gliti, ill Com Hand street, New York.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
NEWS FROM THE L'TES.
Waswngton, Aug., 31. A dispatch from
Log Pinos, date J August 2D, says : "At the
grand council held yesterday Chief Sapava
nari was elected as Ouray's successor. There
were only two other applicants for the posi
tion, Guero and Tlah, the former claiming
it ly right of promotion, being second in
rank, but his known hostility to the whites
prevented his promotion. Plah had no de-
sire to bo Head chief, but wanted a dual
combination, he and Sapavanan to rule
jointly. This the Utes would not permit.
sapavanan is fifty years old. He has con-
siderablo force of character, a lanre follow
ing, and had the conildeuce of Ouray to such
an extent that he was left in charsro last
winter during his absence in Washington.
While he is the best man tor the place he is
far from being equal to Oursy. The Utes
lave killed five ot Ouray's best horses that
they may accompany him to the happy
A dispatch from Col. Sleacham of the
commission dated Los Pinos, August 2Sth,
states that the crisis in Ute affairs has
passed. Seventy Uncompuhgre and White
river head men and chiefs placed their
mnds under direction of the agents. Thev
iave accepted Sapavanan as chief; have
agreed to preserve Ouray's property intact
anl to proceed immediately to complete
the ratification and enrollment. You need
have no fears. Agent Berry is equal to the
emergency and has the confidence of the
Utes at Los Pinos and White river. They
are anxious for peace.
A CANDID SPEECH.
Washington, Aug. 31. The following
is the report of a speech, as related by oue
of the clerks, who heard it delivered by
Col. Rockwell of the depot quartermaster's
ottce, at a called meeting of the employes
recently. Mr. Flanagan of Texas and Col.
Rockwell appear to be in complete accord:
"Gentlemen We have enjoyed tho
good things of this life from the Federal
government for a number of years, und it
we desire a continuation ot our good fort
une it will be necessary tor us to exert
ourselves to the utmost. The Democracy
arc making strenous efforts to obtain con
trol of the government and the spoils.
Now, this we must prevent at all hazards.
We must not support tho Republican
ticket with our votes only but with our
money. Iam persuaded and hope that
none ot the men under me will hesitato to
invest u tithe of their income in the ma
chine from which they derive their sun-
It is needless to say there was applause,
but the colonel continued with an un
broken front the line of his logic.
"nhy, it is a privilege to subscribe to
this campaign. It is like giving money to
The silence was unbroken and the orator
continued and the tone of his voice was an
"Gentlemen, I say to you, officially, that
those who come up and contribute liberallv
will, in the event of Mr. Garfield's election,
be remembered aud rewarded, but those
who do not"
The scutenco was not finished, but it
left a suggestion that it they did m.t
"come up with the collateral" they would
be shot out without mercy.
TIIE COLD CIIAZE IN NEW tOUK.
New Yoiik, Aug. 81. The Daily Amer
ican Exchange of this city says : "Mining
excitement seems to be growing daily in
this 6tate. Claims are being staked out
with remarkable enterprise, and with but
little regard to the wishes of the owners of
farms in which the precious metals have
been discovered. A number of claims in
Fulton and Saratoga counties were regis
tered in Albany on Saturday, all ot them
located on farms owned by people other
than tho locators, If the enterprising pros
pectors keep on prospecting, it is possible
that Xew York city may yet be staked out
MANDAMUS 0 RANTED.
BruiNOFiELD, III., Aug. 31. Judge
Treat, iu tho U. S. Court, to-day granted
two writs ot mandamus to issue against
the board of town auditors of Drummer
Grove, tord county, to levy a tax to pay
Jntere.it on bonds in aid of tho C. and A.
"Became Socndand Well." Hatcher's
Station, Ga. It. V. Pierce, M. D, : Dear
Sir My wifo, who had been ill forovertwo
years, and had tried many other medicines,
became sound and well by using your Fa
vorite Prescription. My uieco was also
cured by its use, after several physicians
had failed to do her any good. Yours tiu
ly Thomas J. Metuvin
"Bet or All." Baltimore, Md March
5th, 1870. Dr.lt. V. Fierce: Dear Sir
My family havo used your Favorite Pru.
r cription and it hits don all that is claimed
tor It. It (s the best of all preparations tor
women complaints. I recommend it to all
fdmilie. G. 8. Waterman. Druggist.
IJiLLtous, dizziness, nausea, eta., nm ta.
llcved by small doses of Carter's Littlo Liver
NEW SERIES NO. 50.
Fiton Despair to Gladness Mr. Giles
Carter, a well known citizen of Ilochegtar,
N. "i ..has just given the following card to
he public: For about two years my wifo
has been troubled with something and wo
could not imagine what; she had frequent
flashes of heat, followed by severe sweats,
both night and day; her back troubled her
a great deal, and any exertion seemed to
utterly prostrate her. She drank largo
quantities ot water without seeming to
quench her thirst in tho least, and kept get
ting worse and worse all tho time. We
employed the services of a physician, but
without benefit, not even learning what was
the matter with her. Finally, noticing a
peculiarity in her urine, I had it examined,
and by boiling, reduced it to molasses,
about halt in quantity to the amount of
urer usea. i at once wrote to her brother,
a physician in the east, who pronounced it
"sugar" or (saccharine) diabetes. He
said he knew of no euro tor it, and that
she probably could not get well; that she
might live tor a tow years, but Vould cet
worse all the time.
At this time, and when we were in do-
spnir, I saw Warner's Safe Diabets Cure
advertised, purchased a bottle and my wife
has confined using it until she is now per
fectly cured and as well as she has been in
years. I consider Warner's Safe Diabets
Cure a blessing and boon to humanity."
Strong Evidence I have sold at retail
price since the 4th ot December last 100
bottles of Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil, guaran
teeing every bottle. I must S.1V T nnrrar
sold a medicine in my life that gave such
universal satisfaction. In my own case
with a badly ulcerated throat, after a nhv-
siciau pencilling it for several days to no-
eiiecr, tne Electric Oil cured it thoroughly
in twenty-four hours, and in threatened
croups iu my children this winter it never
tailed to relieve almost immediately. C
Hall, Grayville, IU., March 20, 1880.
A Down Town Merchant having
passed several sleepless nights, disturbed
by the agonies and cries of a suffering
child, and becoming convinced that Mrs.
mnslow's Soothing Syrup was just the
article needed, procured a supply tor the
child. On reaching home aud acquainting
his wife with what he had done she re
fused to have it administered to the child
as she was strongly in favor of Honicc
pathly. That night the child passed in
sulk-ring, and the parents without sleep.
Returning home the day following, the
father found the baby still worse; and
while contemplating another sleepless
night, the mother stepped from the room
to attend to some domestic duties, and lelt
the father with the child. During her ab
sence he administered a portion of the
Soothing Syrup to the bal.y and said noth
ing. That night all hands slept well, and
the little fellow awoke in the morning
bright and happy. The mother was de
lighted with the sudden and wonderful
change, and although at first offendedjat the
deception practiced upon her, has contin
ued to use the the Syrup, and sult'ering cry
ing babies and restless nights have disap
peared. A single trial af the Syrup never
yet failed to relievo tlje baby, and over
come the prejudices of tho mother. Sold
by all druggists. 23 cents a bottle. (C)
CoL-cns. "Brown's Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions For thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are not new and untried, but, "having
been tested by wide and constant use tor
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among tho few
staple remedies of the age.
The Tiihoat. "Brown's Bronchial T.
dies" act directly on the organs of tho
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnvx. re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the vninv ,i
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
ful. A Cotoh, Cold, Catarrh of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lun g dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitations are offer
ed for sale, many of which are injurious.
The genuine Brown's Bronchial Troches'
are sold only in boxes.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will send a recipe that will cure you,
free of chamo. This irreat remain-
discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed enevlopo
to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D
New York City.
When pains assau ana I ramps prevail,
You feel as if you'd die;
Don't waste your time, in vain despair,
But Spring Blossom at once try.
Is it possible that a remedy made of
such common simple plants as hops, buchu,
mandrake, dandelion, etc., make so many
aud such marvelous and wonderful cures as
Hop Bitters do? It must be, for when old.
and young, rich and poor, pastor and doc
tor, lawyer and editor, all testify to having
been cured by them, we must believe aud
doubt no longer. See other column. Post.
Bronchitis, a premonttor ot con
sumption, is characterized by catarrh
or inflammation of the mucous mem
brane of the air passages, with cough
and expectoration, short breath, hoarse
ness, pains iu tho chest. For all brou
clnal affections, sore throat, aphonia
or loss of voice, cough, "Dr. Swayne'a
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry," is a
well known curative. Price 85 cents l
and 1 1 a bottle, or b'ix bottles for 3.
The largo size is tho most economical.
Prepared only by Dr. Swajne & Son,
Philadelphia. Sold by all prominent
druggists in Cairo ml elsewhere. (1)
Tub Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mich. Will send thoir celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted Upon BO flays
trial. . Speedy cures guaranteed. Thoy 1
mean what they gay. ' Wrlto to them with
out delay. ,! .,' i