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of tba leading uuaiwtaa boutoi whose advertlie
menu niy l fonnd In Tm Bullitim.
C. 0. Filler & Co., CommiTclal avonue tad Nine
Tocam 4 Brodorlck, Wash. Avo., cor. Eighth.
Jfew Korlt More, C. O. l'atlcr & IV, Cor. Nine-tec-nlli
Dr J. II. Man-an: o(!lrt, 140 Commercial avenne.
Dra. Leacn Wheeler, Kljblli street,
Dr. W. C. Jorvlyu, Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. K. W. Wliltlock, lltt Commercial avenue.
H. II. Candee, No. TOOhlo Icvee'up italm).
E'lUlUble Life, of New York, comer Twelfth and
City National, Ohio levee.
Johu Sproat, corner Twelfth and Levee,
E C. ford. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
C GENERAL DELIVERY open :.) a.m.; cloaea
I t::Wp m.; Sunday: d to V a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a.m.; cloica
at .' p. m.
ThrouKh Express Mailt via 111 inula Central 3:40
nnlaaiiin i-smrai ruiumaai ciore ai n. m.
id rcpiur Ulna Turouuti anu ay nan
c'.u.ef at 1 p. m
In. e i
nay Jiail via uuuuie icuirai, anu tiu-
cennea and Mue.'sipl'l Ceutral Kallroam dole at
':.) p. ui.
Way Ma'.l fc.-Narrow Gallic Railroad closet at
8:30 t. m.
Cairo and Evantvllle River Route closet at 2:30
p. tn. da'.ir (except Erldayl.
Mayor N. B. Thiatlewood.
TTKWUrer Edward Dezunia.
Clerk-t-nni. J. Foley.
c. ounelor--VVm. B. Gilbert.
Marnhal J. tail no.
BOARD or ALDIHMI.
First Ward-M. J. Howiey.
Second Ward-David T. Linear, C. R. Wood-
"Third Ward-W. P. Wright. Ezbert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Patter. Jamet Kynaiton
Fifth Waru-T. V. Ualllday, Ernest B. Fettlt.
Circuit JudireD. J. Baiter.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. R-ves.
County JudeeR. S- Yocum.
County Clerk S. J Uumm.
Coant'v Trvaaurer Miles W. Parker.
Coanty CommiKslonrs-T. W. flal.lday, J A.
M. Ulhbt. Samuel Bri'.ey.
AFRICAN M. E .-Fourteenth, ttreet. between
Walnut and Cedar streets: services Sabbatn U
a. m. and:) p. m.; Sunday School 1: p. m.
CBRISTIAN-Eighteenth street: meeting Sab
both 10:) p. tn. ; preachlnic occasionally.
nCRCU OP TUB REDEEMER (Eplcopal)
I i r.MrtMnth rnu.t : Hnndav Murntn? Dravert
school 9 :) a. m. Friday evenlnir prayer
.. u.. . ...... . -
:. p. m.
T-IRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST cntKCII.
1 PrvachisK at U:Si a. m., 4 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
bahbatu athool at ":J0 p. m. Rev. T. J. Shores,
JCTHERAN-Thlrteenth ttreet; servUet Sah
j Oath 1:3U a. m. ; Sunday achool 2 p. m. Rev.
METUODIST-Cor. ElzMh and Wa'.not streets;
Preaching Sabbath l':.) a m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting Wedaeeday 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
School, 9 a. m. Rev. Whittaker. pa.tor.
IJRESBYTERIAN -Eislith street: preachlne on
Sabbath at It: a. m. and 7;p. m.: prayer
meetlnir Weduesdav at 7:) p.m.; Sunday School
at t p. bi. Rev. B. V. Georje. paotor.
SECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST FlfteeLtb
ttreet, between Walnut and Cedar ttreeu. ter
nces Sabbath att andTMOp. m.
ST. . IOSEPH S- Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnnt ttreets; services Sbbatil 10:a.
m.; Snnday School atip. m.; Yvspera i p. m ; ser
vices every day at 8 p. m.
CT. PATRICK'S-! Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O street and Washington avenue; terrtct Sab
oath t aud M a. m.; Vespers :) p. m.; Sunday School
t p. m. ; aervices every day at tf p. tn. Rev. F. Zabel,
"TOMAN'8 CURIST1AN TEMPERANCE V
V ION, holds its regular weekly rueetiniit In
the ball of the Cairo Temperance Reform Club, ev
ery Thursday afternoon, ut 3:10 o'clock. Every
body U invited to attend.
JJHS. 0. II. LEACH & E. 1). WHEELER
Horaoppatliic Physicians and Surgeons,
Will pertorm all operations and treat diseases of
any nature In surgery. Ofllce: No. 10, Eluiith
ttreet, Cairo, Hit.
n. MAUEAN, M. D
Homeoiiathic Physician ami Surtrcon.
Office 140 Oo amereial avenne. Residence comer
Fourteenth St. and Washington aveuue, Cairo
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornoi No. Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
D E NTI8T,
OFFICE Elithtk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
OF NEW YORK.
Assets over $U7, 000.000.
K. A. UDliNKrT. Agent,
I I'lisitiesa now Di'lore the pith-
iic. i ou run moko money
faster at wrk for ti Ihnn at
nnvthliiff iitvi, r.nitiii nnt
rOOIllrml. V.'n U'lil frl vrtll
a day sin! itpwnrd" n'uido
at home by the Industrious. Mtn, wolh'm, hovs
and airls wanted every hero to work for ti. Now
Is the time. Yon can devote yotir whole time to (Sin
work, or only your spitre moments. No other
business will piiy yoit nearly ns wi ll. Noons will
Inn to work c.uu mil t miika enormous pay by uii
Xairlnir t onco, Costly oulllt mid terms free
great opportunity for making inonrveusllv and
bouorably, Addreit Tilt IS A CQ., Aujrutta Maine
The People's Holiday!
Ten Times Greater and Better than any other Show Traveling
"Seek the worl i throuirh, search oceans' dopths,
Cloive the Illimitable ulr.
Climb mountain top. or swc-p
The vaulted va'!ne. oltbe plain.
lei you snalinna no
P. T. BARNUM'S
OWX AND ONLY
Greatest Show on Earth
For the Season of ML with Its
HOSTS OF NEW FEATURES
In every department of its Vast Museum Immense Menagerie!. Beautiful Aviary, Mechanical Marvels
Vsl"T'sm.u' f l?Td """D- Mwl Anlm.lt and CosmoVnlitan CImi. a II comb Led
f, w , A?T sHoV- ,)d " r een un.ler its ACRES OF WAI'tRPROOF TENTS for ONE PHuTriP
AOMl ON, eciipsu, all forme, efforts of Its proprietor It sefely defies Ci-mpKn ind be K
yond rivalry, it reconir.-t no o.posltlon. It is now on it endive Am,ni t. Tr.Z D'..n .v, V .bi
CAIIU). Thursday, Sept. 23rd,
EEKriIIi ADVERTISFDWIM.be EXniHITED. f-verv hnnf l,o,n , ,
every nove. it trart.oD. and the Kl'LI. PKooKAMMEia presented in New York" Br oklyu Boston
( hirairo. t Lou s and all the lr2- elite, and towns of the Ea-t, will be eThibl.,. l hBre Museum , MS'
auerle and Circut In thiirentlrely anu j ositiveiy WITHOUT CCRTAILMENT -""""-""n, ileu-
WHEN BAliNmi COMES
o'l mar tee th most famous and ac; ompllshed Lady Ridert In the world, IncIaUlcu
Uailame Dockrili in lur Thrilliuar act on i ami 6 Uarfhuck HrnN.N.
MADAME MARTHA ifrom Berlin I. in D.mblfl Men.
Uueem: MADAME NEl.suN wi,.v,,ir 1111..1.1
AVHEX BAKXUM COMES
You will see
Adled t the principal attractions of former seasons. Amongthe most notable may be named
Thelatesensiitioiof London. Paris and New York,
b OUT, crossing the Immense pavilion on
MouiitiDg to Ihc tnjimot hdtfht of the pnvilion, frm which nhi' muken her AERIAL HEADFOREMOST
h K into ;.iicc, ami in uftorward MluT KROM AN ENuIOlOl'S CANNON .
WHM 13 A R.NTTM (OMT?S
You will tee SKi NOR SEBASTIAN, the Sensation
.Ion Leaper, the NELSON FAMILY, the L EOT ALUS,
llest Artists of Elirolieor America.
"WHEN BAENUM COMES
You may see Ms wonderful troop of JOTRAINED STALLIONS, to which have been added 7 IMPORTED
TRICK STALLIONS, aud the WONDERFUL FIRE-liOltsE "SALAMANDER."
"W HEIST BARNUM COMES
You may see the Beautiful Performing Stai "LANDSEER '
WHEN J3AENUM COMES
You may admire and wonder at his
YOKE OF PERFORMING OXEN,
who aceomtillsb ail the feats and nrotutlnna. tr, n
uHEN BARNUM COMES
You will teo and admire
MADAME NELSON AND HER FLOCK OF TRAINED DOVES
AVELlflN BARNUM COMES
"WHlflN BARNUM COMES
You will see a Museum of. W,ls) CURIOSITIES. Itic'iidinutlie Monkev Band, a Ladv Dresired In Class
(ioshen thedlant, Little oueen Mali. the Dwarf; COSTENTENl'S, the Tatoed Wreek- Wonderful An
tomata.andthousandt oroiijectsol wonder, amusement and Instruction, that cannot even be named lu un
WHEN BARNUM COMES
You will too at o'clock a. m. the tiRAND FREE STREET SHOW and Cilitterlnir I'aifeunt Diisslnir
tliroiiKh tho principal thoroughfares.
HEN BARNUM COM ES
Yon will tee Everything Advertised and ten timet more. Seating capacity of Exhibition Tent,
llitn.. miitn At 1 iltxt 1 'Ull l h, 1lii,Aimiin..ii nl rtun.l , m !.... .. t ......
....... n ............. 1.1 nnu , p. i un,, (jnum nu niiuraiia a uaiito view
tun Menagerie and Museum before the evening performance begins
Admission Mrents. Children tinder nine, hull' prle.e. Reserved Seats S"i cents extra
THE LIFE OK BARNUM, written by himself, np to IHXll, will be lor sale on tho grounds and In tho
tent. Price Ml cunts, cloth; paper, W cents, "Lion Jack." Mr. Illinium's latest storv, price TJcents,
rur urn aeriiininouiuiiiii m inoiun, cuuiiren aim 011 hihi iiesne 10 avoid uie crowd surrounillng the ticket
Wiiuotis ou the slim irroutiils. Mr Barnuin will mien a ticket 1 litre on the duv nf il,. i.vi,ii.ii.. r. .1...
sale of Tlcltuts and Reserved Sent at the usual sliuht
PAUL ft. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
Ladle, phllilren and nlliers wlnlilnf tn nentit ihner.m'il In tin, nvanlnn u .luu...1 ,.. .,....,.1 .r...
EXCLUSION TRAINS on nil Kailroiids on the day of Exlibitkm at
Vlll exhibit In Di'livotN Sept, 'Mth, Hsijlbvilm Sept, 23t!.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY
marvel great as this."
- Afternoon and Evenmj:
At m rs vu i i a vv . ... o,j .....
1 j vi V i- u? :''r' .e?ae
li.i. mu.u, .mauajis .i.UAAKD
In her TERRIFIC AERIAL DIVE OR EVGLE
Bareback Rider of the day. In his thrlllinz sensa-
th'eCARRoLS. and a Circus Company if the
advance at '
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "tor all
the ills that flesh ia heir to." hut i
tions of the Liver, an.l all Rilli
plainti, DysiMjpsia, and Sick Headache, or
uiaunsen 01 mar. cuaracter, tney stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can lie uaml
tory to, or after taking quinine.
as a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax noal nn thr-
with the impression, McXask'b Liver Pill.
r.acn wrapper bears tho sigustures of C.
McLake and Fleming Bros.
K?"Insit unon havincr tho foniiino Tin
C. McLane's Liver Pimt. nrennrpil liv
, x X - - -
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburjrh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name JIcLane, spelled differently but same
Testimonial to Mr. Fellows.
W7E, tho undersigned, clergymen of the Methn
V T dift Church In Nova Siotlu Imvl
iown as FKI.LOW8 COMPOUND
II VPflPIKmHIMTIP J .....,.o..l
Mr Tames I. fellows. Cheralat, St. John. N . B, or
naviue Known cases wherein its effects were bene
ncim, oviuive it oe a reliable remedy for the die
- lumuitu ii larecommenueo.
JAMES i. IlENNKlATt.
Pres. of Conference'
JOHN M( MURRAY,
Ex-Prcs. of Conference.
JOHN W. HOWIE,
STEPHEN K. HUKSTIS.
CKANSWI K JOST.
C05IP0UXD SYRUP OP HYP0PH0S
Speedily and permanently cores congestion of
.uo luun. uiuiluitir., L U11DUI11JHIUU, UIT1UUB UMin
tration. shortness of breath, palpitation or the
heart, trembling of the hands and limbs, physical
buii meuiai aepresaion, loss 01 appetne. iosioi en
ergy, loss of n.emory, and will rapidly Improve the
I. ...... r ., , I . .1 . r . I. i I ..
wblcli oepend for health upon semi-voluntary and
Involuntary nervous action. It acts with vigor,
gentleness and subtlety, owing to the exquisite
uanuony oi us ingreaienis. axiu 10 pure oiooa it
self. Its taste is pleasant and Its effects perm a
Look out tor the name and address. J. I. FEI
LOWS. St. John. N. LI . nn the vellow wranner in
watermark, which is seen by holding the paper
netore tne nirni.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
'Noone can be sick when the stomach, Mood,
liver and kidneys are healthy and Hop Hitters
keep them so."
'The (reutet sourinhlns tonic, appetizer,
strenKlbener and curative ou earth Hop Hitters
"It Is impossible to remain lone' sick or out
of health where Hop Bitters are used."
"Whv do Hop Bitters euro so much!'' "Re
clause they j;ive good digestion, rich blood, aud
healthy aUiou of all the organs.''
'No matter what your feelings or ailment Is,
Hop Bitters will do you (rood."
"Remember.nop Bitters never does harm, but
good, always and continually."
"Purify the blood cleanse the stomach and
sweeten the breath with Hop Bitters."
"Quiet nerves and balrayslecplu Hop Bitters"
'Nohealth with Inactive liver and urinary or
gans without Hop Bitters."
Hop Bitters MiinufitPtnrln; Company. Roches
ter, New York and Toronto, Ontttrio.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
LEXANDEH COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
P. Bnoss, President.
P, Nnrr, Vice-President.
H. Wki.i.s, Cashier.
T.J. Kiiitu, Asslstaut Cashier.
William Kluue, Cairo;
Peter Nell, Cairo
vt imam won, Cairo;
C. M. Osterloh.Calro; R. L. Billlnjrsley, 8t. Louis
a. iiimer, v-airo; j. i, uoinsou, Caledonls.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE
Krrtlinift, .rtlit and knunt., Tnt..t I..
- uu uvityi,. tuioicn, (lain 111 kilo
uiiiuninuni. vunoiuons maoe anu an
nusiutss promptly attended to.
The Simplest, Surest and Most Reliablo
Puro Distilled Extract of WITCH HAZEL,
"fully prepared; Thoroughly reliable; Full
niftb: and nniml In al.anf i,.,tfn tn anw n.u.t.t
Cures sprains, bruises, awelllnirs, rhannijs, cuts
wnnnrlri hnvitu ...1,1. .niO t...J ... u
skin eruptions, soro eyes, iioro mouth, neiirnllii,
Intlammatory swellings, soro throat and for actilnK
pain It Is undoubtedly the greatest heallnif prepur
tlon over used. Numerous testlnumlals can be
procured If desired,
fix ounce bottles iT cents: nlnthottles. SO cents:
OO FIFTY CKNTfl.
Full 13 ok, bottlos. Best Combination.
Risley's Emulsion of Coil Liver Oil.
With Uypophoaphltoi Lime aud Soda, with Pepilno
It li It I irlll V ritrnmiii..nl.i.1 hu Khu.lsUni m
most efluctUHl and reliable remedy for coughs,
eolds, bronchitis, ireneral debllltv, etc. Agreeably
flavored. Plea.snt to take, And can bo retaluud
on tho weakest stomnch.
CHARLEH V. RI8LEY 4 CO., Wholcsalo Drug-
Kit,vi bouruauafiroei, lcw iorK.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, September 14, 10 a. m.
Wheat-Oct. 93 ScptJ 04'4' ; Noy.
Tork-Jan. 12 07013 02; Xov.13 03
Corn -September, 39; October, 40,V
Oats -Oct. 28, Sept. 29 Jj I. Nov.
Liverpool, Sept., 14, 2:00 p. m.
Wheat unchnn'g Winter, fes 4l8a lOd;
Spring, 7s0d9s; California average, 8 rjd
9sCd; California Club, 9s Cd10s.
Corn, 4s 4d.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
Nsw YoitK,;Sept. 14, 12:01, p. m.-
Whuat irregulur No. 2 Chicago,! 1 02
1 03. No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 031 04; Red-
Winter, $1 00Q1 08; No. 2 Red Win
ter, $1 OC. Corn quiet No 2, 5151,5M'.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
San Francisco, Sept. 13. I.M.Kallock.
charged with killing Charles De Young,
to-day before the superior court pleaded
"Once in jeopardy." This plea was enter
ed on the ground that an information
charging defendant with the murder was
set aside in May last.
TOO HANDY WITH niS CLCB.
Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 13. Last week
Officer Abe Findling, while making an ar
rest in a house of ill-tame, used his maco
with startling effect upon James Prator,
colored, whom he claimed resisted arrest.
To-night the police board dismissei Find
ling and appointed II. Stewart to the vac
ancy. The discharged officer has been con
nected witli the force tor many years.
THE ENGLISH. SWINDLER TOPSON.
Philadelphia, Sept. 13. Jos. Topsom
secretary of of the Metropolitan Railway
company's Provident Savings bank of Lon
don, who was arrested on Staurday nicUt
in this city for forgery and embezzlement of
10,000 belonging to depositors of that
institution, was arraigned before a U. S.
commissioner in extradition proceedings
to-day. In absence of Judge Butler, who
is required to appoint a special commission
er in the case, the hearing was postponed
until to-morrow, the prisoner being com
mitted without bail. Topson admitted his
identity. The English polico officers say
that tho feeling is very strong against him
by the poor depositors in London.
HOMICIDE AT FARMINGTON, MO.
De Lassus, Mo Sept. 13. A fatal shoot
ing scrape took place in front of tho court
house at Farmington to-dav, in which Mc
Mullin, sheriff, and Henry Horn, a noted
desperado, were the participants. There
appears to have been an old fued between
them, arising out of the frequent arrests of
Horn lor violations of the law, the last one
taking place yesterday, he being arrested
for disturbing the peace at the fair grounds
It is said that Horn came to town this
morning with the avowed intention of kill
ing the sheriff, for he expressed as much to
several parties. He also tried to shoot
another man at the fair grounds to-day uud
was only prevented from to doing so by the
interference of friends. The facts as
gleaned by your reporter are as follows:
McMulhn and Horn were standing on the
sidewalk on Main street. Horn was a little
under tho influence of liquor and McMuliin
was trying to get him to desist in the use of
obscene and abusive language. Horn then
started across the street, saying some
thing and pulling his pistol at the same
tunc. McMullm followed about five steps
and Horn had crossed about two-thirds of
the ttreet, when he suddenly turned, tak
ing deliberate aim at McMulliu, who imme
diately brought his pistol in position, ilorn
then tired, striking McMuliin near tho nip
ple on the right side, McMuliin returned
th tii e, hitting Horn s little finger, who
fired another shot, striking McMuliin in tho
abdomen. McMuliin fired again, striking
Horn just below the nipple but fortunately
for him his suspender buckle kept tho ball
from penetrating bis body. Had it met no
obstacle Horn would have been no more.
Horn fired again, missing McMuliin entire
ly. McMuliin then shot him through the
thigh. Horn fell and raised his pistol to
shoot again, but seeing his adversary on
his feet ready to givo another shot, ho
threw up his pistol saying: "I eivo up: I
am dying," whereupon McMuliin stood over
him, saying; "iou have also done tho work
for me." McMulhn then walked off and
would have. fallen had not his friends as
sisted him to his homo. McMuliin will
dio. Tho sympathy of . tho community is
with our sheriff who was killed in tho dis
charge of his duty. Ho is about 00years
of age and leaves an interesting family to
mourn his loss. Horn is in Jail.
THE FEATURES OS" THE BIO SHOW.
Tho Chicago Times says of Barnum's
At 1 o'clock the matinee patrons of tho
big show began to crowd tho museum and
menagerie, and all find entertainment for
an hour or so in studies of tho former's
curiosities and tho latter's collection of rare
beasts and birds, both offering a mass of
novelties beyond the usual.
The circus entertainment and a host of
agile acrobats, daring gymnasts, expert jug
glers and athletic leapers are pleasing to all
lovers of manly strength and skill in varied
acts, while MadameDockrill and Sebastian
are gaining storms of applause by their
dashing equestrian acts, while Miss Lako
is showing tho ladies the grace possible in
the side-saddle, and Neygaard and his wifo
ride four horses in showing style.
The stallions and tho steers delight city
and country folk alike with their Wonder
ful trick-training, and a marked fWr,, r
Zazel, the crowning sensation of rfi alma,
discarded her Japanese umbrella fiuoH '
balance) at Springfield, last evening hi.a
exhibits wonderful nerve in her wire walk-
ing, which only precedes her startling divo
and somersault from the top of the tent, and
her astonishing final fifeht from a e.nnnn
mouth, the crowning act ot the hio-l.lo- .
That there is no humbur about
minor features of the show is vonol.,i
ou the authority of the Springfield Republi
can, as follows:
"Barnum is once more vindicated. There
was some scepticism about town
whether his group of native Zulus would
prove to be foreign or home savages, especi
ally since the excitement at Hartford a few
weeks ago when Mr. Wilder interviewed an
alleged Zulu, who was making a show of
himself, in the Zulu tongue, and found that
ne was as ignorant of the language as of
Greek. Considerable interest was awak
ened in Barnum's heathen when it became
known to a limited circle in this city that
the Grout family, who now reside here but
were long engaged in missionary work in
Africa, where tho younger members were
born, would try the Hartford experiment
over again. When the Zulus were ad
dressed in the circus tents yesterday in
their native tongue, they not only respond
ed readily but were not a little pleased to
unu some one to talk with them . for the sec
ond time since coming to this country. The
conversation became for the crowd an inter
esting side-show which was not down on
Barnum's greatest show on earth will
visit Cairo, on Thursday, September 23d.
On the day of exhibition, ladies nod those
who desire to avoid tho crowds at the ticket
wagon, may secure tickets and reserved
seats at the usual slijrht advance. h im
plying at Paul G. Schuh's drug store.
Coughs. "Brown rirnnM,;,.t n , ....
are used with advuntA r ,,ti,.:...
o- ""tniiie KUUiru.
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirtv VPAra flinpn l
I been in use, with annually increasing favor.
r I Imv urn nnf nnn .1 ..-.a i . o
.v . t ouu uumeu, out, having
been tested bv wido and nnnatt
vuuoiuui use jur
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rnnlr am mm .!,. r
staple remedies of tho ago.
The TiiROATr"I3rown's Bronchial Tro
ches act directly on tho organs of the
voice They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx re
storing a healthy tono when relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use-
A Cough, Cold, Catarrh of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lun dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" utmost
invariably give relief. Imitations are offer
ed for sale, many of which are injurious.
1 he genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes.
) hen tho head feels dull and heavy, the
skin appears sallow and greasy, and the
stomach refuses food, take Carter's Little
WA ATA th lilflfnaf atuna,.M J- J
Htauw, ami wo win DUy tfio highest market price
in oaah for any ijuantlty. v
Addrota T 1 TT 11 fir
n. ii. nouien & to.
67 Vina Straet CINCINNATI.
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