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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 5, 1880.
NEW SERIES-NO. 59.
of the leading business nouses whoso advertise
ments may bo found la Tui Uulletih .
C. 0. Patter A, Co., Commercial nvonue and Nino
Yocura & Hroderlck, Wash. Ave., cor. Eighth.
New York Htoni, C. O. Patler X C , Cor. Nine
teenth and Commercial.
l)r. J. II. Marfan: office, 11 Commercial avenue.
Drs. Leach Wheeler, Eighth struct,
Dr. W. C. Jocclyn, Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. E. W. Wbltluck, l;i Commercial avenue.
U. II. Candee. No. ToOhto levee'np stairs).
Eouitable Lire, of New York, corner Twelfth and
Cl!y National, Ohio levee.
John SproU, corner Twelfth and Levee,
II RACKET STOKE.
K. C. Ford. Comer Ninth and Commercial.
j-i ENEIUL DELIVER open i:3U a. m.; clo.ei
J e:Wpm.; Sunday: to a. a.
MoLcy Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closet
''"Through Express Mall via IUlnoli Central J: W
Mississippi Central Rallroadi close at . p. : m.
Cairo aud Poplar Bluff Through and flay Mall
"SSxi'i minol. Central. Cairo and Via
cut," and Mlss-sstppi Kullroadi clo.e at
"way Sail for Swrow Uvsp Unload cloiel at
Ceroid Evawvtte Ulver Route closes at 2:30
p. n. daiiV (except Friday.
Mayor-N. B Thistlewood.
Clerk lenn:. J. FoUv.
Counselor--Wm. B. ol.ber..
K-iiivS0?. C B. Wood
Fif S WarJ-T. W. Ualllday. Ernest 11. 1 cttlt.
( Judge D- J- Baker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Reeves.
County Judge-K 8. ocim.
County Clerl-S. J Uumm
County A ttorn.y- C . 1
County Treaurr-Mtle A. Parka.
Coroner-K. Fit zger-Q. flUldy. J A.
County Cornmlssioners-T. W . iiaaiaay,
M. Oibbs, Sa-uel Briley.
FRTfMN M. E. -Fourteenth treet. between
A Walnut and CVl.r '1, m
t.m. and 7: p. m.; Sunday School 1-W . m.
C bath 10; W p. m. ; preaching owaatonally.
,nrncH OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
THIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST cnrTtCHj
r-r nrRVThlrteef.h street; servkcl Sab
LVa" 1 a mTsunday school J p . m. Key.
irv,.r meeting. eaueuj . r-
iraur imewun. ,..k.,,.k., t,&.tor.
cbool. a. m.
BP-iTlYTERI VN Eighth street: preaching on
iwiii.ii 1 v .., t..Bi0r.
ormD FREE WILL BAPTIST Fifteetth
S e?b.t"v.ln wlC.dr etreeu; .er
Tice Sabbath at i and 7:30 P- m.
CT JOSEPn-8-(Bomn Cjtboltct Corner Crow
S I Walnnt ttwM: errtw. 6 M.th W.au.
Saudar Srbool at 4 p. m.; eperl J p. m., itr
rice every day at 8 p. m.
o T P VTKICK-S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
jp.m.; .ervltes every day at 5 p. w. Lev. 1 a. n,
,.rAMiSS CHRISTIAN TEMPEKANCE IS
A loS hoV- rU-ubir weekly meet n S In
.ry ThurUv .itternoon. at 3.50 0 iloca.. t--rj
body lit Invited to attend.
US. G. II. LEACH & E. D. WHEELER
Honiu'itatliic Physicians ami Surgeons,
WW perform U operation, and treat dliewei of
ny atura in txitftj- OtUce: No. jo, x.lt,uiu
etrcet, Cairo, 111?.
f II. MAREAX, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 1W Ui, amerclal avenue. RMe ""cr
Fonrteenth St. and WahUiatnn avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornei-No. 1M Commercial Avenoe, between
Eighth and Ninth strew
JQU. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eihth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
OF NEW YORK.
Assets over 837, 000,000.
K. A. BURNETT- Asent,
I rr lmini'? now belora the pno-
I f I 1 lie. You enn make mouey
I k li i- I faster at work for in than at
I I I anything' d-w. Cnpltal not
renmreu. e wiii Kturtyou.
$1'J a day tmil u;w "r'l" made
at bom by the Induatrlnna. Men, womi u, bo; s
and ilrl wanted everywhere to work for us. Now
I the timo. You can devote your whole time to tliu
work, or only your tparo momenta. No other
bualni'M will puv you nearlya well. Noone wlll
Inu to work can fail i make enormott pay by en
tf'Htlntf at once, Coftly outfit and term free.
A i;reat opportunity for making money canlly and
honorably. AddreM TRUE Ji CO . Augnata Malue.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL II. 11.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino Hunnins
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Tiuik Leave Cairo:
:J:15 a m. Mail,
Arriving In St. LotiU :45 a.m.: Chicago. p.m.;
Lonriecting at 01:111 ana cmugaaia lor - witm
nuti, Loulfvllle, Indlunnpolm and point Eat.
11:K a.m. Ht. I.ohIh and "Western
Arriving In St. LoulT:o.l p. m., and connecting
for an point ei.
4:SO p.m. l'ast Express
For St. Louia and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:0 p m., and Chicago 7:) a.m.
4:'JO n.m. Cinc innati ExprPM.
Arriving at Cincinnati T:d't a m.; Louiavllle T.-J0
a m.; iDdlanupoll 4mw a.m. ra.enKer "v
tbl train nacu the above point l'J to 3i
liOl'Hs In advance of any otlier route.
jyTh 4:-Ai P m. exprM has PCT.LMAN
SLtEPINO CAIt Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, uiid through a'.eejerslo St. Loula and
Fast Time Eat.
!.- witiitniiL. bvthii lino iro through to haet.
1 clMIIjiCl.S l:rn points without ny delay
caused bv Stindav lutcwnlng. The Saturday af'er-
noon train from Cairo arrives in new ior jiuuibi
morning at l":i5. Thirty-six houra in advance of
any otner route,
f?fFr through tickets and r:rthertlr.f'.rrr,iitloa,
apply at Illinois Central Hai'.rosd Depot. Cairo.
J As. JOHNSON. J. II JONES,
(..n. Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON. Gen. Pass. Agent. Chicago.
CAIRO fc ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. "VV. SMITHEHS, Receiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
L....LF....i..,...r.l. 'i-tm m
l utouku c kyt tov. v -
Through Express airttes at E. St. Louis.. 5:4Sp.ta.
Through Express leaves E. St. Lou.s.... !):tia.m.
1 aronKU fixpre.. rric i 4iv . . .... r. .
Murohyshoroaccommodationleaves Cairo 1:30 p.m.
Mu'pbysboro Acc. arrlves.at Murphysboro :W p m.
MurnhThnro Acc. leaves Murtihysboro... S:'a m.
Marphvtboro Acc. arrivea at Cairo Il:g5a.m
The Cairo St. Louis Kail Road is the only all
D.11 iw.t...dn fa!., st l.nnlM nndur one
maragement. therefore there are no de.ays at
way stations awaiting cosbwhuli uu;.
Close and sure connection" at St. Louie with other
lines for North, Eat and West
J. A. NAUGLE.
L. M. JOHNSON.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'r.
TIME T.UiLE OF PASSESOEU TRAINS FROM
VINCEXNES (.No?. 30, 1579.)
No. 3 Diiv Eipress (Except Sunday).... 1 :30 p. m.
' 6 Ep'ress 1 Except Suuday) 1:15 p. m.
" 4 Night Express (Daily; U!:J a. m.
No. 5 Express! Except Sunday) fi:03a. m.
1 Day Extre txcetit Sunday).. . i:.Ti p. rn.
3 Night Express (.Daily) 1 a. m.
J.R.Clakk. C. S.CnsE. Jn..
A -ent Viacennis. Gen. Ticket Ag t Cincinnati
(JA1RO CIT FERRY CO.
On and after Monday. June Tth. and until turther
notice tne ferryboat will make trips as follows:
LEAVES LEAVES LEAVES
Foot Fourth st Missouri Lund'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
Tn ft. m.
11:00 a. m.
7: a. m.
M: a. m.
U:) a. m.
li p. m.
K a. m.
10 a. m.
3 p. m.
3 p. m
rp HE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALI.IDAT, President.
H. L. UALLIDAY. Vice-President.
THOS. W. UALLIDAY, Cashier.
6. STAATS TAYLOR, W. P. RALLrDAT,
HENBV L. UALLmr, B. B. CtNNlNOUAJI,
O. D. WUXLAMHON, STEPHEN BIKU,
O. H. CAKDEK.
Excbanife, Coin and Uuited States Bonds
BOUOOT AND SOLD.
Deposltsrecelved and a general banking business
QICK HEADACHE !
We llL'au Cured. Sot Merely Eelievei
And Can Prove What we Claim.
HThero ure no failures and no disappoint-
mi-ma. If you are troubled with SICK HEAD
ACHE you tan be easily aud ijulckly cured, as
hundred have been alreaity. We sbull be pleased
to mull a sheet of testliunulals to any Itjt.Ti'Mcl.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure all rorms of Biliousness, prevent Constl
patlon aud Dyspepsia, promote Dljestion. relieve
distress from too hearty eating, correct Disorders
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, and Regulate
tho Bowels. They do all this by tuklnc Jimoue
little pill at a do.e. They are purely vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, ami are us nearly perfect as
It Is poK'thle for a pill to be. Price cects, 5 for
tl. Sold by drugglns everywhere or sent by mall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., ERIE. PA.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholes-ale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
YOCUM it BRODERICK,
STAPLE axd FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
Authentic and IS
cial Life of
BY COL. nt'SSELL U. CONWELL,
Author of the Life of R. B. Hayes, Life of Bayard
With an introduction by
MARK HOPKINS. D. D.. LL. D.
Ex-President of Williams College.
This book Is elegantly illustrated; two steel
plate pohtkaits; nearly 4' Hi pajes; price $1 TJ.
This work comprises the biography, public ser
vices, and private papers of (.reneral Garfield, with
his U tter of acceptance. Republican platform, sta
tistical facts and figures for every Republican
voter, and presents a complete and thorough
digest of the reasons why the Republican
partv should still be trusted with the government
of this prosperous nation. The author has gath
ered his material for this work rifiht from head
quAiiTF.ns the general's own home, relatives aud
family and has had free access to all the ma
terial ucccsurv to produce the nsi.v actuentic
and official Life of Ocncral Onrftekl.
The book w ill also contain a sketch of the life of
Gen. Chester R. Arthur.
The Introduction Is written hv thut venerable
and classical scholar, Mark Hopkins. D. 1) .. Lit. II.
Agents will tlud this the beet campaign book la
Outfits are now ready for Ajreuts.
Agents Wanted. t&& i t
convinced thut this Is tho most salable book In
the market, or to save time, send Jl for outfit of the
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J. FAIRBANKS & CO..
AspntelUFE AND ADVENTURES OF
Tho Nott'd Western Oiitlnwa. Dy Hon. J. A.
Dactts, Ph. D. A true and thrilling account villus.
trated) of their bold operations for IS years In il)
different states and territories, batlllnir detective!
andollleluls of the luw. Best selling hi ok of tho
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outfit! tl.Wfur sample copy. Liberal termfc H
agents. N. D THOMPSON & CO., Publishers, 8S0
PlneSt., St. Louis, Mj.
45 YEARS BEF0BE THE ITBLIC.
Dr. C. McLAlTE?S
are not recommended as a remedy "tor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of tho Liver, and all Billious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVEK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled
EE'tVAKE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax "seal on the lid
with the impression, McLane's Liver Pill.
Each wrapper bears the signstures of C.
McLane and Fleming Bros.
f Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEMI1IG BEOS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
Testimonial to 3Ir. Fellows.
TE, the undersigned, clergymen of the Medio
1 1 dist Church in Nova Scotia, having iicd tho
preparation known as FELLOW'S COMPOUND
SYRl'P OF HYPOPIIUsPUITES. prepared by
Mr, James I. Fellows, Chemist. St. John. N. B. or
having known cases wherein Us effects were bene
ficial, bellese It be a reliable remedy fur the dis
eases forw lilch it t recommendei.
JAMES O. HENNKiAR,
Pres. of Conference
JOHN McML RRAY,
Ex Pr-s. ofCotferencc.
JOHN A. MO.-IIER.
JOHN W. HOWIE.
STEPHEN F. HVESTIS.
ALEX. W. NICHOLSON,
COMPOUND SYRUP OP HYP0PH0S
PHITES. Speedily andlpermanentlv cures congestion of
tne lungs, tironcnilis. consumption, uenoui; uim
tratton. shortness of breath, palpitation of the
heart, trembling of the ban : and limbs, physical
and mental depression, loss of appetite, loss of en-er:-.
loss of memory, and will rapidly improve the
weakeued functions and organs of the body,
which depend for health npon senil-voluutury and
Involuntary nervous action. It acts with vigor,
gentlenets and subtlety, owing to the exquialto
barmouv of Its Ingredients, akiu to pure blood it
self. Its taste is pKu-unt and ira e fleet .perma
Look out tr the name and address, J. I. FEL
Tmvv k, .1.,l,n V H ,,ri thi. v,.lliiw wranner in
watermark, which.is seen by lioidiug the paper
before the ligut.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
'Sonne can be sick when the stomach, blood,
liver aud kidnevs are hea'thy and Hop Bitters
keep them So."
"The greatest soarlshlnj tonic, appftlzer.
strengtheuer and curative on earth Hop Bitters
It is Impossible to remain long' sick or out
of health, w here Hop Bitters are used."
"Whv do Hop Bitters cure so mucb" ' Be
dati.e they give good digestion, rich blood, and
healthy tti tlon of all the organs.''
"No matter what your feelings or aliment is,
nop Bllters will do you good. '
"Remember.nop Bitters never does harm.but
good, always aud continually."
Pnr.fv the blood cleanse the stomach and
sweeten the breath with Hop Bitters."
"Quiet nerves.and balmy sleep In Hop Bitters"
"Nohoa'.th with Inactive liver and urinary or
gans without Hop Bitters."
Hop Hitters Munnfucturlns Companv, Roches
ter. New York and Toronto, Ontario.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
LEXANDEU COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F Rriss. President.
P. NErr. Vice-President.
H Wells, Cashier.
T J. KBitru, Assistant Cashier.
F. Bross. Cairo: William Kluge, Cairo;
Peter Neff, Cairo: William Wolf, Cairo;
O. M. Osterloh, Cairo; R. L. Blillng'ley, St. Louis
E. Under, Cairo; J, Y. Clemsou, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid In the
Savings Department. Collections made and all
busluiss promptly attended to.
The Simplest, Surest and Most Reliable
Pure Distilled Extract of WITCH nAZEL,
Carefully prepared; Thoroughly reliable; Full
streugth: ttiidc'ii.'il In sl.eof bottle to any made.
Cures sprains, bruises, gwellliiw'S, dialings, cuts,
wounds, burns, scalds, acald-bead, piles, salt rheum
nklu eruptions, sore eyes, sore mouth, neuralgia,
Intlaminalory swellings, sore throat and for aching
palu It Is undoubtedly the greatest healing prepar
Hon ever used. Numerous testimonials can be
procured If desired.
Six ounce bottles cents; pint bottles, 50 conti';
Full Is oe. bottle. Best Combination..
Rlsley's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil.
With Ilypopbospultei Lime aud Soda, with Popsluo
It Is highly recommended by physicians a the
most ctlei'tmil and reliable remedv for roughs,
colds, bronchitis, general debility, etc. Agreeably
flavored, Ple.isimt to take. Aud can be retained
on the weakest stomach,
CI1AULES F. Rt.si.fcY CO., Wtaoloo Drug
gists, Hi Couttlaud struct, New York.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, September, 4, 10 a. m.
Wheat- Oct. 89SJfr Sept, 89
Pork Oct. $17 10; Sept. 17 CO.
Corn September, 40; October, 407,;.
Oats-Oct. 29ft, Sept. 2Sft ; Nov. 29.
Liverpool, Sept., 4 2 :00j p. m.
Wheat unchan'g Winter, bi 4de28s 10d;
Spring, 7s0de29s; California average, 8s od
COs Cd; California Club, Os (Id 10s.
Corn, 5j lOd.
new youi: OIUIS.
New York, Sept., 4 12:01, p. u.
Wheat quiet No. 2 Chicago, ft 00;
No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 01&1 01; Red
Winter, fl 0001 03; No. 2 Red Win
ter, 1 044'l 04). Corn - quiet-No 2,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
THE DC QUOIN MEETINO.
Dc Quoin, 111., Sept. 3. This day will
ever be considered a red-letter day in the
history of this city. Never before has
there been such a gathering here. No less
than 12.0J0 people were present at tho
Democratic jubilee, and if numbers and en
thusiasm augur aught then Illinois is a
doubtful state. It would oe impossible to
described the enthusiasm which prevaded
the masses. One would suppose that not a
Republican existed within a radius of a
hundred miles. Everybody wa3 for Han
cock and English and Trumbull and Par
sons. The adjacent towns of Murphysboro,
Carbondale, Ava, Somerset, Yergennesi
Marion, Benton, Cobden, Sparta, Chester
and Pinckneyville sent their quotas to
swell the multitude. Even Cairo was rep
resented by her club, the "Hancock
Roosters,"' 100 strong, accompanied by two
The clubs of the several cities above
mentioned wenj each accompanied by a
band, and each vied with the other to make
the occasion a mirthful and happy one.
The city treated the guests well and not a
murmer of dissatisfaction or discontent
was heard. Main street leading from the
depot was tastefully decorated, and was
spanned by four triumphal arches with
evergreens and the national colors blended
with portraits of Hancock and English,
suspended from the centres of each arch.
As the visiting delegates arrived they
were taken in charge by the reception com
mittee and properly cared for.
The afternoon meeting was held in the
city park and was largely attended. Not
withstanding the sultriness ot the weather
not less than seven thousand persons were
present. The meeting was railed to order
by Mr. John J. Higgins, chairman of the
county Democratic committee, and was ad
dressed by Gen. Tarsons, candidate for
lieutenant governor, Judge Lyman Trum
bull, candidate for governor, and Hon.
Wm. J. Allen of Carbondale. Prior to Uie
speaking, tho bands, fourteen ia number,
discoursed their best music, and the Pinck
neyville Glee Club, led by Mr. J. L. Mur
phy, sang an adaptation of "Old Shady,"
appropriate to the occasion, which was en
cored. Among the prominent gentlemen on
the platform were Judge Lyman Trum
bull, Geu Parsons, es-Gov. Koerner, G. A.
Koerner, Wm. J. Allen, Wm. K. Murphy,
candidate for tho legislature in the Forty
eighth senatorial district; William Lemma,
candidate for senator in the Fifteenth dis
trict; F. M. Youngblood, candidate for the
legislature in the Forty-seventh district;
Mr. Bouton of the Jonesboro Gazette,
Judge Wm. II. Green of Cairo, Mr. Sar
gcant of the Pinckneyville Democrat, Mr.
Dill and Mr. Starkel ot Belleville, and
William nurtzell, candidate for congress
in the Eighteenth district. Tho meeting
lasted until after live o'clock.
Ample preparations were mado for tho
torchlight procession, which it was intend
ed should dwarf anything of a similar
nature ever attempted in this section ot tho
state, but about 7 o'clock the rain came
down in torrents and the parado was dis
pensed with. Col. James O. Broadhead,
who was unvoidably detained from being
present at tho afternoon meeting, addressed
a large and enthusiastic audience at Elstun's
hall this evening. Ex-Governor Koerner
also delivered an able address in tho same
hall in German.
A STEAMSI1IP LOST.
New Youk, Sept. 3. A special dispatch
from St. Augustine, Fla., says: There is
very little doubt that the steamer City of
Vera Cruz of the Mexican line which sailed
from New York, Aug. 25, for Havana and
Vera Cruz wcut down in the recent hurri
cane which has already strewn our coast
with wrecks. A terrible discovery was
made yesterday whea portions of tho mail
carried by tho ill-fated vessel were
washed ashore some miles south
of the city. One mail bag
contained letters for Mexico and Pol. a
which had been posted in France, Aug. 13,
and another lot was found with envelopes
bearing the postmark New York, Aug. 23.
This alone Indicates that the lost vessel was
a mail steamer bound for southern ports,
and the surmise was that it must have
been tho City of Vera Cruz, as she left New
York on tho day last named. Closer exam
ination showed several bills of lading ot
the steamer Vera Cruz.
On Saturday afternoon a largo steamer
supposed to have been the Vera Cruz passed
the Caroline Eddy, then about 00 miles
from the coast off St. Augustine. This
brig was soon after struck by a hurricane
and wrecked, drifting on the beach near
where the lost letters were discovered. At
the time the steamer was sighted she was
headed south. The wind was then blowing
very hard and tho gale wa3 rising. The
City of Vera Cruz must have been struck
by the hurricane and probably foundered
Saturday night or Sunday morning." '
nAVEs' JOURNEY TO THE WEST.
Omaha, Neb., Sept. 3. The president
and party arrived at Council Bluffs early this
morning and steamed into Omaha at once,
having taken breakfast on the train, which
was allowed to cross the bridge to the
Omaha depot. At this point the charge of
the excursion passed from the hands of Mr.
Hitchcock, general passenger agent of the
Chicago, Burlington and Quincv. who re
ceived a cordial vote of thanks from the
party and it was transfred to the hands of
Mr. S. H. II. Clark who sent them over the
Union Pacific railroad by special train this
evening. There was no reception at Oma
ha. The party visited Fort Omaha during
their stay here.
COLLISION OS TUE NEW YOUK CENTRAL.
Stracuse, Sept. 3.-At noon, near Ged
des, a freight train ran into the rear of a
construction train on the New York Cen
tral. The engine mounted a platform car
and rolled down an embankment. There
was a short blockade of the track.
Coco ns. "Brown's Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviute 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 for
nearly an entire generation, they .have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
TriE Throat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on the organs of the
voice, nicy nave an extraordinary cttect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
from cold jr over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
ful. A Cocoir, Cold, Catarrh of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some iucurable lung 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.
Is rr possible that a remedy mado of
such common simple plants as hops, buchu,
mandruke, dandelion, etc., make so many
and such marvelous aud 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 and
doubt no longer. See other column. Post.
Cheerfulness, courage, and great activ
ity ot intellect are engendered by Fellows'
Compound Syrup of llypophosphites, and
its capacity of imparting power of endur
ancc to the brain and nervous system, is
shown in its property of sustaining persons
through mental difficulties.
There is nothing so difficult as the art
ot making advice agreeable, aud there ia
no advice more generally endorsed by the
public than to use Spring Blossom in cases
of dyspepsia, biliousness or disordered
A Down Town Merchant having
passed several sleepless nights, disturbed
by the agonies and cries of & suffering
child, aud becoming convinced that Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup was just tho
article needed, procured a supply tor the
child. On reaching home and 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 Homue
pathiy. That night the child passed ia
suffering, and the parents without sleep.
Returning home the clay following, the
father found tho baby still worse; and
while contemplating another sleepless
night, the mother stepped from the room
to attend to some domestic duties, and lett
the father with the child. During her ab
sence he administered a portion of the
Soothing Syrup to the baby and said noth
ing. That night all hands slept well, and
tho little fellow awoke in tho morning
bright nnd happy. Tho mother was de
lighted with tho sudden and wonderful
change, and although at first offended(at the)
deception practiced upon her, has contin
ued to use tho tho Syrup, and sufferinr cry
ing babies ami restless nights have disap
peared. A single trial of the Syrup never
yet failed to relieve tho baby, and ever
come tho prejudices of the mother. Sold
by all druggists. 23 cents a bottle. (G)
'More food and less medicine, more of
nourishment and strength, less of the debil
itating influence of drugs is what our fecbla
and exhausted constitutions require," said
Baron Lieblg, when he perfected the com-'
position of the "Malt Bitters."