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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 2, 1880.
NEW SERIES---NO. 108.
' B H IHj
f the leading buuua honte whose advertise
ment may be found In Tub Bvm.itin
CO. Paiier A Co,, Commercial avenna fcuil Nine
Tof im llnvdi-rtclc, Vtuh. Avn., ear. Eighth.
New York Snire. C. O. Patter A tV, Cur Nine
teenth awl t omiu' rcial
f J. II. Mren; officii. 140Cotr;luerdal aveuil.
Dr. U W. Leach Eli:uth street,
Ui W. C. Jueolvu, Eighth near Commercial
llr W Whftlock, IWComou-rtlal avi-Bue.
ii. H. Cnd"c. No. TilOtilo Ie(-e dip siairs).
'kvnaHttble Life, or New York, eoruer Tacltili h'l
t'--y Nntl'ina!. Olio levvv.
ST BAM 1(0 ATS
'tc.vir .al. turner Twelfth ami J.u-.
K.C Fold. Comer Ninth tnd Commercial.
i KNEHAL DELIVERY open (:;l a. m.J dose
Vl ti:'Jii ii.ni.; Sunday: a, tu a.m.
tfuney Drift UcptrtmcM open at a. m.; clotta
k'r'hro"(ii Prprci Mali" via Illinois Central 3:40
" Vtle,lliMd Central Raided closest p. m.
Cairo and I'opiar Ulst Through and way Mall
c!o ai I u. di. .... .....
War Mail rU Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln
and Mli-s.teippi Central Ualiruad close at
''Way lat! f'.r Narrow Caage K&iltoad dose at
ilxo'Siii! Ev&nffille River Ttouie iloffi at. 2:80
V aaSvv-KI't Frldaft.
aiayor-S. B. Thlrtl-wood.
1 reaearer Edward Dcionia.
t'Uirk Ueniiln. J. Xol-y.
Counselor--Win. U. tjllbvrt.
Atturnry Wlliiain HeuarlcU
BOARD or AI.UEHMH
Ciml Ward M. J. Howie.
bnd Ward-Dald T. Llnef-ar, C. R Yt od-
Third Warl-W. P. Wrigtt, Egbert Rmlth.
Fourth Ward -Char)- 0. 1'atier, Jame XyoaMnn
Mf.a Ward-T. W. Halltday, Erueal B fclllt.
tircull Jadje-D. J. Haktr.
Circuit Clen-J. A. Reavi-a.
County J adze K. . Yoruin.
County Clerx-8. J Ujmm.
County Atorny-W. C. Mulk.-v.
County Treasurer-Stiles '. Parker.
Coroiier-K. Fiu ra.C.
County Comiuiseioner T. Vi . ilalliaay, J a.
M ibb. bamael Brlley.
ATRR'AS M. K.-Foartecntli itreet. between
tValuat acd Cedat ttreett: aenrleea habbatti 11
a. in. a,od 7:3o p. ni.; Sunday Kcbool 1:30 p. m.
CIIR1HTIAN-E!i:ttctiith trwt; meetinp Sab-
bath 10::) p, m.; piiatblncocealonall.
CHCHCU Of TIIK RKDEEMKR fEakwipal)
J rocruitntb ttf Bandar MornloK prayem
lo: a. m.; evnius prayer. 1rX p. w.; Haoday
cbool 9: a. . i riday etetlug prayor 7:30 p. m.
171Rr;T M1HHION ART BAPTIST cnCKCn.
r Pn-achtait at li: a. m., S p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
Sabbath arbool ai 7: p. ru Ret. T. J. hhorta,
IUTHERAS-Tblrteentb atretl: n-rvltel tab
j batbl:30 a m. ; Sonday ..lioolp. m. Her.
MRTIlJDI3T-Cor. EUMb aaJ Walnnt itfeeti;
I'riatblnf? Pahbath 10:dO a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting Wedaeada 7:30 p. nv; Sunday
hrhool, a. w. Wblttaker, paator.
DKBBBYTERIAN Elubth atrert : ptcatblnfs on
1 rtabbath at 11 a. iu. and 7:p m.; prayer
uietUnis Wedneoday at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday hebool
at J p. Bi. lUt. B. Y. Oeore. pastor.
CKCOND FRKE-WIU. BAPTIST - Plfteettb
O atreet. between Walnnt and Cedar nrteta; air
virt habbatb at 3 and?:3lp. m.
CT. JOHfcPH'S-tRmoan Catholic) Corner Crona
O and Walnut atrcetn; aervtrea Sabbath 10::)a.
m.t hnnday School atSp. ra.; Veapera 3 p. ta-l t
ica etery day at b p. m.
L;T. PATRICK S-Roman ratbolic)CornrXiuUi
O atrt and WaaliinRton avenue; tKrylwa Sab
bath a and 1 a. m. ; Voperi p.ta.; 8 undar School
ip.m.; aerricea every day at p. m. Rev. P. Zabel,
trOMA.V3 CUIUST1AN TEMPERANCE V I
Y IOS, boida it regular weekly xneftlnea in
ID ball of the Cairo Temperance K. ftirin Cluo. ev
ory Tbnradny tilernoon, at 8::i o'clock. Kvury
bed i. luntud to attfbd.
QKORGE II. LEACH, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
special attention paid to the IIninopatbic treat
meiit of aurglcal dievaaea, auil dlfvari'i of women
and children. , .
Oflce: No. 10 KightU rtreet, near Commcn-lul
atenac, Cairo, Ilia.
H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician anjj Surgeon.
06Ve 140 Ui. amerclal avenno. Rcaldeno eorner
Ponrtventh St. and Wanhiuffttm avenoe. Cairo.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orno No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Jtlghtb and Nlntb Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Elulitk Street, near Com merc.Ul Avenue.
rjlUJE CITY NATIONAL BANK
H. L. UALLIDAY, Vlce-Prealdeni.
THUS. W. 11ALLIDAY, Caeblor.
a. T14Ta TAYLOm W. P. HALLWAY,
BBNRV L. BAUJB4Y, R. U. CtTNinUHHAII,
a. d. wuxlaiiiioh, rrarBBR iiud,
M. H. 0ANBII.
Exchwue, Coin and United States Dontla
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
DepoiltMClvod and i gaaeral kanklng batlnaa
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
couatantly on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
Stave T r i in m i n cc h
At one dollar per load.
The 'trlirn)lnn"Br coarae ahavlnga and make
the beat rummer wood for cooking purpoxee at well
a the cbeapeat ever aold In Cairo. For black
mlib'a nralneettingtlrea, they are unequalled.
Leave your ordera at the Tenth street wood yard
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANC Y
Wahinton Avenue, Cor.
OAIltO - - ILLS
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPhR Jc SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL HI SI OP JOB WORK DONE TO OP.DIR.
NO. 2T EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois.
'The Richtet Blood. Sweeten Breath, and
Kalrevt Skin in Hop Bitten.
"A Utile nop Bitter aavei big doctor bill, and
"That invalid wife, mother, f.atcr or child
ran be made the picture of health with Hop
"When worn down and ready to take your bed
Bop Uitu-ra ie wbatyou need.
"Don't phyaie arid phvaic, for It weakena and
deetrcna. buttakn Hop Bitten that build op con
''Pbyalrlane of all achooli UfO and recommend
Hop bitten. Tuet them,
"Health la beauty and Joy-Hop Blltera K!e
liraltb and beauty,
"There arc more cure made with nop Bitter
than all other aiedidui-s.
"When tbe brain la wearied, the nervei on
vlruug, the muscles weak, uae Hop Uittere.
"That low. nervoua fevr, want of alecp and
McakncK. ralle for nop Biltlor.'
Hop Congh Cure undPaln Itclti f Is rieasHnt
Sure and Cheap
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGOISTS.
EXCESSIVE ANXIETY, or PROLONGED
STt'DY, will produce Inllrmlty tu tho Nerv
oua Syatem, tn proportion aa the strength of tbo
system la expended upon tho mind iu troubled
thoUKht, ro aretbe oritana af diKcstiou. aaHimula
tion aud nutrltlou reudered Inactive and alugirlab
In proportion as tho system becomes Inllrm. vi ry
Individual bae some one organ that la weaker than
the rest, and this la always the a ret to suffer during
nervous prostration ; for example, afflicting news
aometimcs causes total euepension of tho ruiiuu
lar action of tho heart, when the pntlunt 1 debil
itated, producing suddun hemorrhage and death.
no notiDt any longer remnins oi tnu prneiioiuiy oi
roetorlng the nervous system, and through tho
nerves the mttcica or tne imna
LOWS COMPOUND BY Rut'
mitaclea of the Impaired oreims. " FEI..
PIIITBShas been proved to posaean such power
Iu numerous lnHtauc.es. It will
overcomoaflllctlou. Persons who aro oncuainmed
to look unon the dttrk side, and who see no pleas
ure In living, ounalug this Hyrnp soon learn to
vulue and enlov life, and tluiso who study deenlv
during long hours, win nnn iu tno syrup n pro
moter or tnu power or endurance in me oraia
There Is no utisnrditv in the fact Hint an Impair
ed Nervous Svstem causes Consuiuptlon, Nenrnl
cla. Bronchitis, Ilyspepsm, Asthttii), Epileptic Pile
Whorpliig Cittgh, Ilenrt Disease, and a host of
others: then why la It absurd that Pellows' Hypo
phosnhltes, which efl'ue.tually eures Nervoua Delill
Hy, should cure there diseases also. "Remove the
cause and the complaint will ceasn.
rflr-I.ook ont for tbe ntino and address. J. I.
PKt.LOWS, St. John, N. H.. on the wrapper in
watermark, which is aenn by holding thy papor be
fore tht Uwht.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. II.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and 'Chicago.
Tho Only Line Running
o DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connfx'Tion
Tbaihs LiAta Caibo:
:t:lr ; m. Mnil
Arriving in St. Loul 9:46 a.m.; Chicago,! 30 p. in. ;
Connecllnr. at Odin aud Eftnu'haia for Cluciu
nati, Louiavilie, Iodlatiapolia ami poiuu Eaat.
11:10 a.m. St. l.oa'i and "N'torn
irrtving In 8t. Loula 7:0Sp. tu., and cobSACtinj
for all j-oiDL West.
4:20 p.m. F'ast J;;xprai.
PorSt. LoniH and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10: W p.m., and Chicago 7 :Jo a m
4:tJO p.m. Cini-Uinati lOxprnsra.
Arriving at Cincinnati ?:0t) a m.; Muisnlle 7:J0
a.m.; I'ldiannpolta 4:oU a.m. Passengers by
this traiu reacu the above points 12 to Lit)
HOURS luadrauce of any other route.
HTbe4i0p. m. express baa PCLLMAN
SLhEI'lNOCAR Cairo to Citclnbati, without
rbangea, a.id through aleer-era to St. i.oul and
Fast Time Knst.
PociATifYDf'u bT thl linc gothrongu to Kast.
I aSStiliCi i,rn polnu wlthonl any d-loy
caused by Suuday Intervenlnz. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives in m-w York MonUay
morning at 10:3j. TUtrty-aix buur In advance of
any other route,
fiTYot through tickets and further information,
appiy at Illinois Central linilroad Depot, Cairo.
JAs. JOHNSON, J. H. JONES.
ien. Southern Agont Ticket Agent
A. D. HANSON, Gen. Paas, Agent. Chicago.
(JAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
SHORTEST SHORT LINK BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leaves Cairo :!., a.m.
Throngu hxpress arrives at E. St. Louil.. 5:(U p.m.
Through Kxpreee leaves E. St. Louis.... 9:00a.m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo 5:10 p.m.
.niirpnysooroaccommouationieaves t'airo l ;su p.m.
Mu'pbyeboro Acc.arriveaatMur;ibyaboro 7:fflp.m.
Murphyshoro Acc. leaves Murphysboro... f :00a.m.
Murphyeboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 :iSa.tn.
Tbe Cairo & St. Lonis Rail Road ta the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Loula under one
management, therefore there arc no delays at
way alationa awaiting connections from otucr lines.
Close and sure connection, at St. Louia withoUicr
lines lor aorta, East aud est.
J.A.NAUOLE. L, M.JOnNSON.
Accnt Ocr.eral M.tuager
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'r.
TIME TABLE OF PA88ENUKR TRAINS FROM
VINCKNNE8 (No. 30, 1879.)
No. 3 Day Express (Except Sunday).
' 6 Kprcfs (Except Sunday)
" 4 Night Express (Daily)
.. I:sr.p. m.
..:( a. m.
. '.':) p. m.
., l:5a. ui.
No. 5 Express Except Sunday).
" 1 Pay Exprens (Except Sum
" 3 Night Express (Dally)
J. R. Cunx.
C. S. Conii, Jk.,
Gen. Ticket Ag't Cincinnati
PROPRIETOR OF SPUOAT'S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
TjIOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
I1 HTttAM FftTmK
Vulcan Iron Works
93 OHIO LEVEK. CAIRO. ILL.
John T. Rermie,
V TAVIVO established ht works al th above meu
oned place la bettor prepared than ever fur
manufacturing Steam Knglneaand Mill Machinery.
Uavlng a Steam Hammer and ample Tool, tne
mnnnfartnra of all kinds of Machinery, Railroad,
Steamboat and Bridge Forcings made a fiectalty.
Kspunlnl attention given to repair of hi MLaaiud
Btaa Castluga of all kind made t orobn
ni K ttlig Id all Ita bra&ah.
A WORD TO THE DEMOCRATS 0P
You will to-dny be appcalod to by all
manner of chicanery, trades, trickery,
cujolery, flattery, appeals to personal and
selfish interests to betray, in tho intercuts
of republicanism the independent candi
dates. Democrats of Cairo remember that when
theso npublicans come to you with these
appeals that it you listen to them you so
far endorse republicanism. Iu voting
against tho independent candidates you
strengthon your onoray ia tho same propor
tion. The iodependout candidates arc all hon
orable, upright men, woll kuown to the
voters for their integrity aud all fitted for
tho positions to which they aspire.
Ecforo democrats listen to tho multipli
city of rumors invented for election day
purposes, it would be well for thetnto remem
ber yvlwt tort of a yarty they are aiding
und abeUingwhcn they betray their owa
Let vlh see what the republican party has
Tiie republican party after twenty
years of power has become extravagant,
wasteful and corrupt in the use of the peo
It'dcfoated tho people' will in by a
theft of the presidency.
It now tesorts to corrupt and fraudulent
means to keep iUclf in power.
It takes part ot the money paid by the
people to its public servants for the dis
charge of public duties, and, with it, seeks
to bribe and corrupt the people.
It arrogantly claims that the republican
party is 'the government," and seeks by
by consolidating all tho poweis of govern
ment in its own hands to deprive the peo
ple of the right to manage their state uf
fairs, and thtu establishing over them a
It seeks fy wicked and selfish purposes
to influence tho passions ot the people at
the north against the people of the south
upon questions long since extiuct.
It has for many years misled and de
ceived the people by the false promises and
. A party guilty of such crimes and enor
mities no loner deserves the support of the
When republicans come to you and aok
you to endorse such a party by voting for
any of their candidates, you should refuse
to listen to their appeals. Ypu have candi
dates on tho independent ticket as lionet
and true as ever asked the suffrages of free
men, and every democrat owes them his
vote as woll as every republican, who ob
jects to having politics dragged into local
Mr. Jack Hodges, the independent can
didate for sherirt", is known to every voter in
tbe county by his past service to be honest,
obligiug, courteous, faithful and thoroughly
qualified for the office. In the discharge ot
his official dutien, everybody knows that
politics make no difference to Jack. He is
equally attentive and obliging to all. IIo
has collected the taxes more closely than
any other sheriff that has preceded him,
and this without iu the least oppressing the
people. ' Why then should any man, either
republican or democrat, vote against him?
His majority should be increased over the
very large vote he received fouryears ago.
No man is better or more lavorably
known to our people than Mr. Alex. II.
Irvin, tho independent candidate for cir
cuit clerk. He is thoroughly tamiliar with
the duties of that otUce and will make one
of the most efficient and popular officers
the county has ever had.
Mr. Angus Leek, the independent cr.n
ct'ulatc for prosecuting attorney, has justly
acquired a reputation as a fearless, honest
aud able attorney. Ho has proven himself
thoroughly qualified tor the duties of the
office in every respect, and sinco his op
ponent is absolutely a man of no ability,
every republican as well as democrat should
see to it that the county is not alllicfed
Mr. Thoa. V. Halliday, tho independent
candidate tor county commissioner, has
done more for this city and county than all
the county boards that ever met ia tl'ii
county. utt has consented to serve the
people another term, and deserves the vote
of every man in the county.
Mr. Richard Fitzgerald, tho independent
caudidate for coroner, counts hit friends by
tho thousands and can not be beaten.
Nobody wants a better coroner than Mr.
Fitzgerald has made. His opponent, Mr.
Marshall, is tho owner of a coffin shop and
is seeking the position solely for his owu
Democrats should remember that tho
very republican who would ask thorn to
vote against cither of these candidates
would laugh at them if they should return
the compliment and ask a republican to
vote for the democratic national or stato
TOO SWEET FOR ANYTIIINO.
T'is sweet to hear a maiden sigh,
T'is sweet to wipe tho sparkling tear drop
fioji her eye,
TVswwt hyu agony convulse her frutue,
A bottle of Spring ltlossom to obtain. .
Price : 00 etintH, trial bottles 10 cents.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicaoo, November 1, 10 a. m.
Pork November, $13 30; Decembe,
Corn November, iWJjJc; December,
Oats November, 2Dc ; December,
Wheat November, $1 02 '4; December,!
Chicaoo, November 1, 12:00 p. u.
Pork November, $12 07jj; December,
Oats November, 28;5.S;gc; Decem
Corn November, fl!)j,'c; December,
Wheat-November, $1 02i8'; December,
CmcAuo, November 1, 1 r, m.
Pork November, $12 15.
Lard November, $3 03aji8 0o.
Wheat November, $1 03,lj: December,
Corn November, :'.!),'c; December,
Oats November, 38?.$28.?jic; Decem
NEW YOHK ORAIN.
Nsw York, November. 1, 15:01,p.m.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Chicago, $1 10
OI' 17; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 171 13!
red winter, $1 12$1 20; No 2 red winter,
Corn -quiet No. 2, fiftc.
Liverpool, November 1, 12:01 h. m.
Wheat and com unchanged.
THE REPUBLICANS' LOVE
FOR TH E COLORED MAN.
IT AGAIN CROPS OUT IN SPRING
FIELD AS IT HAS DONE
THEY ARE SNUB15ED AND INSULT
ED BY TIIE FINE HAIRED
WHITE REPUBLICANS OF
TO AT CITY.
AND DECLARE THAT HON. JOHN
H. OBERLY WOULD NOT HAVE
TREATED THEM TTIUS.
The following is a dispatch trom Spring
field published in Saturday's Chicago
Times. The facts therein set forth should
prove but another eye-opener to our colored
"This afternoon a lineu-duster company
was made up in this city to attend a grand
republican rally at Petersburg this evening.
The company was decidedly a fine-haired
one, made up of state house and
postotllce clerks the soft-job lei lows.
A special car was chartered on tho Spnng
fielJ & Northwestern railway. During
the cntiro afternoon, tho workers in tho
party circulated about town, engaged in
making up tho party. Each one solicited
to join the party was flattered by being
told that it was to be eminently select and
and was further admonished not to let the
d-d niggers know anything about it.
Toward traiu time the negroes dropped on
the movement and at once determined to
go. They applied to John Bunu for in
formation and were told that the clerks,
etc,, had chartered a car which they pro
posed to use themselves. At the depot the
negroes wore refused tickets and they were
flatly told that they were not wanted at
Petersburg, roconing that the fine-haired
linen-duster chaps hud protested against
their going. The negroes then turned
away indignant, and are now making Rome
howl ah over the city. In all tho repubh
rallies iu this city during thecampaign they
have carried tho majority of the torches, and
over thia affair they are how raising 0 racket
decidely uncomfortable to the republic
an leaders at the Illinois capital. This
evening a largo delegation visited The
Monitor office, where is published the load
ing democratic paper in tho city, and solic
ited tho managing editor to denounco what
they termed , outrngo committed upon
them by thoso hom they thought were
their friends. They wero free to express
their determination to resent tho insult at
the polls next Tuesday. One of them, a
friend of Hon. John H. Oberly, said : "I
bet you Mr. Oberly wouldn't treat us col
ored people that way.1' The leaders of the
party are now rushing around in tho city
trying to quiet tho negroea in their turbu
lcucy, and threatened disaffection. They
have a serious job ou their hands, which ii
causing them more trouble than they ever
dreamed of. The colored vote in this city '
is of very respectable proportion."
AH! JIM, CHEAP WASHER.
Ah! Jim Garfield, the Great.
Write a wonderful ttory
To another great man
By the name of Mr. Morey,
That Is why Ah IJIm Is now sorry.
Ahl Jim sow looks up at Grant,
And Qrant look down on Ab! Jim,
Saying, Chinese cheap was lice, cheap labor,
In America never can win.
Ab! Jim, It grieve me to say It,
But I reckon I bad better
You have played partloular hell
By writing that cheap waahee letter
Pull of Heuthen Chtnexo cheap labor.
Ahl Jim look back upon (rnt
With a smile mi i wri.it. "ul tbanbland,
Sayi-J( .oru kny- than thunder:
Ye. : u mm J -. Iiuup ..ashee letter
Mi.Ik .' .: ;. o : tbe corning mun.
J. Waolit Uiu..
aiiio, !u." Nov. 1, 1880.
HUCK'S OPERA HOUSE.
Cincinnati, Sept. 21. This magnificent
theatre was filled tojitsutmositlastnight.Bar
low, Wilson, Prinrose & West s mammoth
minstrel show, holding forth there. The
company is, wo may say, the best of its kind
that has ever ken here. The potpourri of
songs, comic and sentimental, in tho first
part was most excellent and heartily enjoyed
by the audience.
The finale, ''Fun on the Brussels, or a
Trip Across the Atlantic," was a most ex
travugaut sketch, made more enjoyable by
the song of the "Full Moon," during which
the regular and honorary members of a
noted colored secret society paradod in lull
Tho clog dancing and sword combat were
As to George Wilson, he still remains tho
most comical and drollest of all minstrels.
His speech last night was the best he has
ever given. The same programme will bo
adhered to for the rest ol the week. Daily
1 lines ana otar.
"Malt Bitters" are Brain, Nerve and
Eloood food, peculiarly adapted to, and
warmly recommended by our druggista
and physicians for General Debility," Men
tal and Physical Exhaustion, Hysteria,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Emar.iatn and
Tons of thousand of dollars arc squander
ed yearly upon traveling quacks, who go
from town to town ' professing to cure all
the ills that our poor humanity is heir to,
why will not the public learn common
senses and if they are suffering from dys
pepsia or liver complaint, invest a dollar in
Spring Blossom, sold by all druggists and
endorsed by tho faculty see testimonials.
Prices : 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
To all who arc suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youtli, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
Couo ns. "Browns Bronchial Troches
aro 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 aro not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rauk among the few
staple remedies of the age.
The Throat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on tho organs of tho
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone wiien 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 Coffin, Cold, Catarrh of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis-
easi'K. "Hrnwn a Hrnni-iml Trir ira" nlmruf
invariably give relief. Imitations are offer-'
ed lor salet many ot which are injurvMfs.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes.
BOTTLED LIGlltNING .
There is no finer therapeutic agent than
Electricity. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil,
standard remedy lor lameness, soreness,
bruises and abrasions of the skin diseases
of the throat und lungs, piles and kidney
trouble contains it. Vntennary surgeons
also command it for horse and cattle dis
eases. Mom uv raui t-r. tnitiun, druggist.
T PREVENT WRINKLES.
A subscriber wants to know how to pre
vent wrinkles, tho only sure remedy is "to
commit suicide before your thirty," unless
every spring and fall you take Spring Bloe- ,.
sum which will keep your blood pure, and
fl'ssh clear until at least sixty. Prices : COc,
trial bottles 10c.
AN EDITOR'S ESCAPE.
Okkice of the "Industrial era," J
Aluia, Iowa, May 20, 1880.
To whom It may concern:
I tako great pleasure in making tho fol
lowing statement: I have been afflicted,
with a disease of the kidneys for the past
two years, and havo tried numerous reme
dies with only partial and temporary relief.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure was
recommended to me, and after taking it tbe
pain aud distress left me, and I am to-day
feeling strong and well. I am perfectly
satisfied that Warner's Safe Kidney and :
Liver Cure is the mcdiclno needed, and can
checrtully recommend it to others.
Fellows Hypophosphitcs makes an old
porson look years younger. "This witness)
is true." Would that I could moro widely
make it known for its many virtues. Long
may Its inventor live to see the happy fruits
of his invention.
Alexander Clark h, D. D., Amherst, N. 8