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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 9, l.sSO.
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Row-11 Co Newspaper Advertisinc Bureau, (10 bprure bt.), where advertising contracts may be untie for it in New Yobk. Democratic Ticket. For President, . TVISFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK, of Pennsylvania. For Vice-President, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH. of Indiana. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor, LYMAN TRUMBULL, of Cook Cuuuty. For Lli-uK-LaM-Govcrnor, LEWIS 11. PAKSONS. ofCl.y County. For Fecretaayof State. JOHN II. OliERLY, of Alexander County Fnr Auditor. LOUIS C. sTARXEL, of St. Clair County. For Treasurer, THOMAS LTTTEKW.OI.TH, of Winnebago Coauty. Fur At'orney -General LAWRENCE HARMON, of Peoria. Congressional Ticket. For Congress, 1Mb district, WILLIAM 1IARTZELL, of Knndolpb County. Senatorial Ticket. For Senator ofthc.V;!i dietrU-t, WM.A LEMMA, of Jackson county. Representative Ticket. For Representatives, I). T. LIXEGAR, of Alexander county. U. 11. BUCKINGHAM, of Union county. "Tu right of Trial by Jury, toe Uatc as Corj-us, (be Liberty of the Press, the Freedom of Speech, the National RiRhts of Persons und the Rights of Property must be preserved.-Extract from Gen. Hancock's, letter npon tuklnu charge of the Louis iana department. ANNOUNCEMENT. COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my self a a candidate at the en-ulnc November election, for the office of County Attoruiv (or 'Ijo eoenty of Alexander. Illinois. ANGUS LEEK. CIRCUIT CLERK We arc authorized to an nounce that ALEX. II. 1HVIN will be acandl Sate at the ensuing November election for the office of circuit clerk In Alexander county. FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce, that Mr. JOHN HODGES will be a caudiditc. for rc-eiection to the office of Sheriff, of Alexandre eounty. at the next November election, subject only to the vote oftiie people at the poll. FOR CORONER We are authorized to announce that Richard l'ltwrald is a candidate for re election the office of Alexander coun'.v. GOLDEN WORDS. General W. T. Siieiiman. "Writedown the very best things yna can thitik oraayofGcn. llanro.k as an officer and a gentle man and 1 will nuu it." Geskiial U. 8. Giust. "I bavenotbine tony itfainstGen. Hancock. I have known him for forty veur. Hit persnLul, of ficial and miliiarv record is itood." James A. GAiiriEi.n, "fh. mnn who Atti-m?tt. t.i tn.t tin m nnlli;. ul . citement in tbi country on the old ciiotiul iisct will nuu iiiujeci .iiuuui n rurlJ nuu wimoui su port." Hon, Robert Bull. 'Gentlemen: The principles of the Democratic fitrty area far above the principles of the Hipub lean party a the hattlrment of hik'h heaven arc above tue inuusuti oi neii. Kon. Caul Sciirnt. "I tbal) certainly n.it attempt to depredicate tho character of Gen. llaucock, and the yruat services which be ha rendered to thu country. He I a Sc Etli-man of irreproachable rharncU'r, which I shall e sorry w ee any eliort made to discredit. As oldier, b has shown sijiual bravery and kill in handling troop under difficult circumstances, aud his name is loeiitilled with some of the most splen did achievements of the war. For ill this every i ill mn.p hint ' , guva n.i " ..... Colonel Joiim IIav, 'The H. piiWIciin hand in this campion tliMt at tempt todei'.le the pnvute rharueter ol lieu Jinn ciuk would onlv deille iliemsclvi's. Huwol. rlier, a patriot and a man ol ntisiuln d character, and hi private tecordis unussailable. ' Gen. Wim'iKli) Scott Hashkr, " full vote;a free ballot; nud fmr counu" i'libbc oltlcu is a trut, not a bounty bestowiM upon the holder. No inconiielelit or dmbouest pur son shoiiliU ver beeiiirin-ted with It." "If railed to llm Preniitencv I should deem it my dntv to nsist with all mv power an v attempt to Im pair nr evade tliH full funo and effect ol the con iiit'ition, which In every article, section and amend. Uient, is the supreme law of the laud." "Thu rij;ht nftniil by jrv, the hnbetis rorpns, the liberty of the press, the Ireedoin of speech, thu niitund riuts of tKTsotis.and (be ri(jbtsol property must bo preserve I." DEMOCRATIC MELTINGS. HON. It. W. TDWS.SKNI) WILL SfEAK AT Golcomla. Friday October !. New I'liirnsidit, Wednesday October U. Stone Fort. Thursday October T. Cairo, Wednesday October I "J. HON. SAVI KI. MAItSIIAl.t. WILL f I'KAIv AT Golcondn, S.itmd:iy October!'. Mi tropolis, Monday OctU rll. Cairo. Weauesdny Octni-er PI. ' Muryh'-shoro. Thursday October II. Murioii, Siittin'.ny October JO. I.EN. WILLIAM U. ANIiEH'OS WlI.Lrl'E.lk AT i iolconda. SiitiirdiiyOctob r ! Metropolis, .Moiidav Ortobt r 11. Vienna. Friday October l'J. Cairo. Wednesdnv Octo'.wr 1!. Mitrphvhuro. Thurnltiv October 1 !. Mliiou, Saturday Oe'oher Pi HON, F. M. VOfSi.llI.ouU WILL sI'KAK AT Vienna. Tuesday October 1 C'a'.ro. We due ay October 1;!, Anna. Thursday October l i. I)iit;uolu. Friday October IV PlLKticyville, Saturday October ift. llOK. .I011N II- OLEiil.V WILL srK.lli AT Miawneetown, Sutunlay Oi tobi r v:, (.ulconda. MonJay ui lober 1. Metropolis. Tue.-d.'iy October l'.i JonerW.ro. Thnrsday October -l-Sjiarlu, Friday tico'oeri-. Marion. Thursday ocfiber . Murphysboro, l-'ridny October iu. l)i'.iuoui, Sutnnlny October iiJ. Cairo. Mondav November 1 . Hv order of C6ui;res-uiunl Committee. R. fl'.lti.ANZA, Wm. II GllLLN. Secretary. Cbuinnau. The nespiijH-rs ol the District are rcpuested l'J Cojiy the ubuve, DEMOCRATIC PRECINCT MEETINGS. L'NIOS (iil NTT. Hon W W lUrr will speak Rt Alto, Friday. Octo ber 1, at 7 P nr, Anna, saturduy, Oct , at 7 p ci. Hon V E Albright w ill speak in Bell's Mill, Mon day, Oct 4, at 7 pm; Preston's .school Jlotie, Tuefdav, Oct o, nt 7 p in: Williard's Landing. Weduesdav, Oct H, at 7 p in; Reynold School House, Thursday, Oct 7. at 7 pro; Oonijola, Satur day, Oct U, at 11 a m. Hon Jesse Ware will speak at Mill Creel;, Tlinrs tluv, Sept at 7 p in; Gregory School House, Frtduv, Oct 1, ut 7 p m; Karruker School House, SatririlBV, Oct 1, at 7 u m: MeUetlivtmet School Monday! Oct I, at V p m. Hon D T I.-tiCEur "HI speak at Ml Pleasant, Monday, Oct 4, at 1pm; Saratoga. Monday, Oct 4, at i p ni : Elmore School House, Tuesday, Oct 5, at 7 p m; Dongola, Satnidny, Oct !t, at 1 p m. HonGeorue W Hill will upeak at Lick CneU, Friday, Oct 1, at 7pm: Moscow, Saturday, Oct at7n m: Meinenhoimer School House, Monday, Oct 4, at 7 p m, Raslict picLic at Mi Pleasant; liur'nttce at Don gola. WILLIAMSON COTN'TV. lion Wm IliirtEell w ill speak nt lllairsviile, Sat uidav. Oct-., atl tun; Carursvillc, SaturiUy, tJct a; ; p in; Jefl'ers'nvil!c, Monday Oct 4. at 1 n m ; M irlou, Monday. Oct 4, at 7 pm: Pulley's Mill. Tuesday. Oct 'at 1 p ni: Kiuime's School lloue, Tuesday, Oct S, at 7p ni: felonc port, '1 hut sd-iy. Oct 7, lit 1 p m. Hon R WTownebcnd will speak a; Stone Fort alto on the 7th. Hon Wm J A'.lea will speak at Lake Creek, Wi d-n-tsday. Oct il. at 1 p ni : lloswell's Springs oirassy 1'rtciLCt) Thursday, Oct 7. at 1 p m. 4 UAMXiLIMI CCllNTV. f Hon F K Albriubt will speak at Shii.ih, Wednesday, Sept v)'.', at 1pm; Chester, Thurs day, St-pt -V, I ) in, Hon WJ Allen will speak at Sbildh, Wednes day. cpt '.".'. M 1 p m ; t 'bister, 'i hurtdi.y, Sept M, at i p in. llou Wm llarte!l will will be present at a!! the above mtctiiitf except Ku-kaskia and Chester. By order of Conressinaai ('nmnnttce, V H GatL.s, ( h.unn.it:, K, I'ki'.a.n.m, Secretary. MAS-AI. (01 n; v. Ifii, Win K M.'.rphv will speak nt Niw -iumi.ia. '1 hursiiiiv, 'Sen KO. ut 1 p id; le.-.-'.tun , School llM.se, Tuesday, Oct at 1 n in: I'.rookivn. Til' "(lav Oct ri, bt 7 ii m: All cm s !cb'nil House. ednesitay, Oct fi, at 1 p in; i iiK l.rove rscuooi iio'ise, oeuuetuay, on w, p III. lion W W P. irr. will sneak nt S'.rinirtown. Tms- dav. Oct .. at 1 p mt Metropolis. Tuei!av, O, t h, ut p'm; Aikin's Sihroi Hoiisf. Wi cine-day. Oct , ut 1 pm: 0..k Grove School House, Widnesdny. Rt 'i, at , p in . Gen Wm I! Anderson and lion Samuel S Marshall wiil speak at Metropolis. Monday, Oct 11, lit 1 p in. 1'CJl'L CCX'NI V. HonWA Sniinn will sin-ak at Eddwlllu, s.t- urdav. Oct .'. at 1 p in. lion Wm K Murpbv will penk ut Ib e I'ttd, Fri day. I let 1. at 1 p in : Eddyvllie. S.itnrday Oct at 1 p in; New Liberty, Monday, l let 4. 1 p in. Hon Samuel S . Marshall and Wm llurtzill will speak at Golconda, Saturday, Oct ut 1 p ui. JOHNSON rutNI'V. ' IlimsfifoW lli'l miilffA Siunn w II sai-ak at Keltrnr School House, Tuesday. Sen vk. , o lu: '1 u-niel Hill. Wednesilsy, ( let ;, at 7 p m. lion W m J A tnwill speak all torevllle, .Monilav, Of. 1. nil pin: New Jiiunside. Monday, Oct 4, ut 7 p in . Hoi: Wm Hartell will speak f.t Grunge Store, (Klura T .wn-i.ipi. Wednesday. Oct d at 1 p ui: New IPirnsiile, v Klnesrtuy Oct ti. at 7 p m; Ori.ir.s- bari'h, Friday, t 'it i. at 1 p in. Hunt F S Yotiiiirblnod and S P Wheeler will Spcuk l.t Vienna. Tuesday. Oct i, at 1 p III. I'LKMY f Clt'NTV. H'.n Jas V Gm'i; will speak at White Church (I'nradi-e l'reciie t.i Mnndav Oct 4; Old lluvuolu '1 iie'day. Oct r.; Round Piairte hihool House. Wee iiesday. fkt ii; (i t.nw ic k, 'I liursdnv, (let 7; Cutler 1-rnlav.Oit : lienmaik. Sautrdiiv Oct!"; Ilaird Svhool House- Saturday, Oct 1", 7 p in. I". I.AsK l lOl'NTV. Hon 8 P Wheeler will spcuk ut Villa Hidce. Saturday, Oct i. ut 7 p in : Mound! City, M.iiiituf. OctlatTp in; New G rami Chum, Friday, Get V.i, ti;)o p in: Wetani:, Saturday, Gel Pi, , p in. tutu v a npanii wuispi-uK at .mouiiu i ny lues day, Oct fi, ut 1 p to : Puluskl, Widnesdny, Oit 11, at 7 p m: C'llen. Thursday. Oct 7,7 p m. Hon M C Crawford will sneak at Olmstead. Snt- urrlav.Oet n. at I f in; New Grand Chum, Sutur dny, Oct at C:'jij p m. There is ft colored lawyer at Charleston, Soutli Carolina, who furnishes thu bloody nhirt howlers with sonic informution that is a clear ins-if'lit into the cause of the increas ed democratic majorities in that section. This colored gentleman says in substance that his race are finding out that the south ern people who know them are better friends than the adventurous carpet-hag politicians who went south to plunder and use tho ne gro vote to aid them its their schemes of public robbery. That under democratic home rule the negroes fair better, and are accorded all their rights and the country prospers, and as a consetrtiencu, the colored men by the thousands are begiuDintf to vote the democratic ticket. The following is the letter referred to. Tho writer is a well known colored lawyer of Charleston, and the letter is lullum'd to the New York Sun : TO Till; ElJITl'U ok the- Si'N!Sir: Since the democratic party resumed the control of the state government of South Carolina, they Imvo accorded to my people ( tho colored people) every right guaranteed by the constitution of the United States, and my people now are in tho full enjoy ment of these rights. Social equality must ot course rvgulnto itself. Thero is no system of oppression in our courts. The white and the colored, tho rich and the poor, have even-handed justice dealt out to than. What did the republican congressmen do for the frccdmeu'. Noth ing. J5ut us soon ns a democrat wai sent to congrtts from this district I tiud him (I allude to the lion. M. P. 0. Conno) a.sk mg congress to consider the means of re funding the monies lost in the Freeduun's Saving's Hank. This is what 1 cad repre scnting the people. In lien. Hancock's majority there will be thousands of colored votes. r . U. J. LAWRENCE, Attorney at Law. Charleston, S. C, Sept. 'U. THE CKV OF "WOLF, WOLF!" From Forney's Process. The cry of "wolf, wolf!" has been raised before, under circumstances which show the folly of the ivw panic. In a ter rific effort was made with great success, to convince the business men of Pennsylvania that terrific injury would befall them, if Horace Greeley was elected president, and this injury would be averted if the triumph of General Grant was secured. Notwith standing tho triumph and the continued ascendency of the republican party in both branches of congress, the terrible crash of lsT-1 came. If it had followed Greeley's election we would have never h.ard the last of the jeremiades based on the reckless cry tiiat democratic csceDdeccy had preci pitated the awful collapse, under which the whole nation reeled. In 170 the same balderdash was repeated. It helped great ly to secure the triumph of President Hayes : but his election did not prevent the new avalanche of ruin, that sent distress into millions of homes in 1 ST7 and 1???, X pen can picture any no fancy imagine hor rors worse than those which immediately followed the election of the last two He publican presidential candidates, during a period of Republican ascendency, and the man who now appeals to the fears of the community by declaringthat similar calam ities will follow the election of Hancock and English insults the intelligence of the people. NEGRO VOTERS. Psducah News. The republicans are still importing ne froes into Indiana to vote for Porter. 0. 0. S. writes the Courier-Journal a rich story from Indiauapolis about the trapping ot Berry Mosby. and Richard Davidson, two negroes from Bowling Green, on the Louis ville train last Monday. They Eaid they were sent by Rev. A. Allensworth, a color ed preacher in Bowling Green, to vote the republican ticket. They were pumped dry and said they were told that the republican committee would take good care of them and pay them well after the election. They said, "There will be lots of us here on elec tion day." They were interviewed by prominent democrat1. 0. 0. S. among the rest, and then taken arcur.d to the custom house and introduced to Chairman. John C. New, of the republican commit tee, and C. B. Rock wood, supervisor of elections, and a warrant demanded for their arrest. Mr. Rock wood would not have them arrested for an intent only, and the deputy I. S. marshal, who was present, told the negroes they could go as there was no warrant aaainst them. This raised a row and a deputy sheriff detained the negroes. Failing to g.t the warrant the negroes were turned loose. Allenswvirth, the preacher, is the republican elector for the Bowling Green district, and as he can't do much at home is putting in his best licks for his party in Indiana. Thus it goes. If the democrats tail to carry Indiana it will be because the republicans will steal it with imported negro votes Medical students to the front. A Rmmaiikahi.e- Anti-periodic and Tonic, "Cimho-Qvinnine," Pronounced superior to Sulphate-Quinine by physicians, because it produces nu disagreeable eff ct upon the head or stomach. Dose is the same as tho Sulphate, und price is only $1.50 per ounce. Sold by all Druggist. Sent, postage paid, on receipt of price" by Bili.inos, Clait ic Co., Chemists, Boston, Mass. WILL GARFIELD BE WITHDRAWN f From the Cinclui.ull Enquirer. There is a profound sentiment growing hero that the visit of General Grant, Sen ator Conkling, ex-Senator Cameron and other distinguished Grant leaders to Gen. Garfield, at Mentor, has a hidm purpose which as yet has not oeen ilisCiuscil. I nose who know these distinguished leaders know that the social relations existing be tween them and the republican presiden tial candidate are not of such a character as would induce any one of them to go around the corner to call upon him. The statement is made here that old Si mon Cameron has been with Garfield for three days ut least, and that the Winnebago chief planned the meeting at .Mentor, and that its ol jvet meahs a good deal more than any desire to patronize a candidate whose inevitable defeat is as clearly written upon the wall as was the warning to Belshazzar. The theory advanced by a republican of prominence is that the purpose is, in a cer tain contingency, to induce Garfield to withdraw ltom the ticket. The contingency is republican defeat in Indiana. While the republicans have no hope that they can carry Indiana accord ing to the present outlook, the intention is to use money without stint or scruple. If the state can be bought, well and good h r Garfield, for in that event the leaders ap prehend the tide will turn and that there will be left a chance to carry even a bad candidate through. Should Iudinna be lost, however, defeat, undor the or d'nary form of election is concedi d in advance by the wisest republican politicians' ami the next thing to do will be to make the best of a desperate struggle. Americans Travei.ino Aiiroad Will find allot Dr. Pierce's Family Medicine no sale in alt principal drug stores and at the? Loudon brunch of the World's Dispensary. Great Russell Street buildings. Gulden Medical Discovery is a most potent altera tivc or blood-cleaning elixir. ItdL-pels all humors and cures blotche?, pimples, erup tions, king's evil or scrofulu. enlarged glands, swellings, intcrnul soreness, ulcers, and virtual blond poisons that, unremoved, rot out tho vital machinery. Dr. Pierce's Pellets (little sugar-coated pills) are an agreeable and most cleansing cathartic ; re move offensive and acrid accumulations, thereby preventing fevers and kindred af fections. World's Dispensary Medical As sociation, proprietors, Buffalo und London. ENTERPRISING DRUGGIST. Mr. George E. O'Hara, the live druggist of the town, is always up to the times anil ready to meet the demands of his many customers. He has just received a supply of that wonderful remedy that is astonish ing the world by its marvelous cures. Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs, colds, a6thma, bronchitis, hay lever, phthisic, croup, whooping cough, tick ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness or any affection of the throat and limes. This remedy positively cures, as thousands can testify.' If you do not believe it call at his drug store and get a trial bottle free of cost or a regular size bottle for one dol lar. As you value your life, give it a trial and be convinced, as thousands already have been (4) Mrs. E. 11. t hikiSs. Creek Centre, War ren Co., N. Y. writes; She has been troubled with Asthma for four years had to ,-it up night after night with 'it, she has taken two bottles of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric oil, and is perfectly cured. She strongly recommends it, und wishes to act as agent among hci neighbors, Pai l G. S nt ir, druggist. AN EDUCATIONAL ENDORSEMENT. The Rev. C. A. Harvey, D. I)., of the Howard University, of Washington, has addressed the following letter to Messrs. II. H. Warner iV Co., of Rochester. N. V.: Gentlemen: I take pleasure in stating that 1 have for two years pa.-t been uc quaintcd with the remedy known as War ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and with its remarkable curative efficiency a obstinate and so-called incurable cast s of Bright's Disease in tins city. In some of these cases, which seemed to be in the lust stages, and which hail been given up 1 y rraeticioners of huth sdmuls. the st,oo,1v change wrought by this' remedy seemed out lithe less than miraculous. J am con vinced that for Rriiht's Disease, in till i's stages, no remedy heretofore disover-d can i i , -i . oc neni ict one moment :n compan-on with this. Respectfully C.'A. Harvly. ON TIME AS UsUAL. Jones now goes to business regularly. That attack of Neuralgia that laid him up and which was oulv a fresh visitation of an old enemy, disappeared, because he took a friends advice and used Dr. Thomas' Eclec tric Oil. Rheumatic pain, sores, cuts, bruises, thro.it and lung complaints, etc., are invariably conquered by it. Paul G. Sihuj. 'Swatse's Ointment and Pi;.i." The greatest remedies the world has ever known curing the most inveterate ca-e of skin diseases, such as tetter, salt rheum, scaly head, bar he's itch, sores, all crusty, scald skin eruption.?, and that distressing com plaint, itching piles. As a blond purifier and regulator, Swayne's Tar and Sar:pa rilla Pills are excellent. Cure sic k and nerveous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion. ward (ill malarial fevers, cleansing tne sys tem aud bowels of ail impurities, restoring to healthy activity every organ of the body. Price ,') cents a box, f.ve boxes $1. Oint ment 50 cent.-, three l,...vs l.'.'."i. Can be rent by mail to any ad-ires- on receipt of price. Address letters Dr. Sw..vi:v & Son. m North Sixth str.-t-t. Philadelphia. S ild l.v all leading ilng-'ist-. 2i R. S( :!F.LTKNMn.i.i.i:. B;o .k'vii, write.-.: Your Spring Blos-om is invalt: ih!e. I l.ave had st-rofu ous sores on my legs for a num ber of years, and oct:i nn"y. they would break out on my face I h ive taken two bottles of Spring Blos.-oio. accruing to directions and now nil the Sores have dis appeared and my skin is p-r'ectly healthy. Pi ice 50 cini, and trial bottles 10 cents." As' cai.oiuc. electricity and phosphor ous are induced and suppib d by Fellow's Compound Syrup of llypopl.o-phitcs, it on.y ii'jtiires the ;.dn,iii-iii.,.ion of this sums-l'ul invention to fottlfy the fei-bie, give sprightliuess and motion to tin- torpid, and l.i i;.g about a condition wl.ich r.ot only secure tenaciousncss of life but tar.kes life really enjoyable. SET BACK FORTY-! WO YEARS. "I was troubled fir iii'.uy y ars with Kidney Complaint. Gravei. etc.: my blood beian.t.' tloii; I was und and inactive: could hardly crawl about; was an old worn out man all over: could get nothing to help me, untjl I got Hop Bitters, and now I am a boy again. My blood and kidneys arc all right, and I am as active as a man of ;0, although I am and J have no doubt it will do as well for o'lu-is of my age. It is worth a trial." Father.) Svxdav Mercury. To regulate the stomach, liver and b iwel and promote digestion, take one of Car ter's Little Liver Pi'.! every n ght. WEARY OF LIFE. How many a man has juirr. ed into the river. ' When all '.'was that ailed him was a disor. dered liver, If only had known tl.at Spring Blos-om would save, He never would have ri..cd a sulci It's gravo. Prices: 50c, tri il bottles lOcts. Coco lis. "Brown s B.ouciiial Tn rhes are used with advantage to alleviate cough, sore throat, lmar-a-ners and bronchial infec tions. For thirty years these Troches have been in use, with annually increasing favor. Thcv are not new and ui.tried. but, having I been tested by ude ar.d corsruit u-e for nearly an entire generation, ti.vy have at tained well-merited rank aino-.g tho few staple remedies of the age. The Tn hoat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro dies'' act directly oil the oig.li.s of the voice. ThiVhuve an extraordinary effect in uil disorders ol the tinoat und larnyx. re storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either from cold orover-exeirion of the voice, and produce a clear and distinct enunciation. Speakers aud singers find thu Troches use! ful. A Coroii, Cot.D, C.T.uu;n of sore throat requires immediate attention, as neglect of tentimes results in some incurable lung (lis- i eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost invariably give relief. Imitations are offer ed for sale, many of which are injurious. Tho genuine "Brown's Bronchial Trochts" urn sold only in boxes. MEDICAL. 45 Years Jtrfore Ihc Public. THE GENUINE ia-MHSMHsiiaiy-aHSBBM Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS ore not recommended as n remedy "for all the ills that flesh is heir to," hut in alTections of the Liver, and in all Hfliotis Complaints, Dys pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of that character, they stand without a rival. AGUE AND FEVER. No Letter cathartic can be used prepara tory to, or after taking quinine. As a simple purgative they are un equaled. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The genuine nrc never sugar-coated. F.ach box has a red-wax seal on the lid with the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL. Each wrapper bears the signatures of C. McLanb and Fuming Bros. Insist upon having the genuine DR. C. Mc LANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by FLEMING KKOS., Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being full of imitations of the name McLane, spelled differently but fame pronunciation, WANTED LOfail.ST..rh.nwiitll la. "u r, ri.(.f rimatr. r.I.eriL- II. c .iu Int. r-uflc'i It. Co., I ui 'mix, m, Lu,., M ,. FEKKYHDAT. QAIRO CITY FKKKV CO. !' I-' lilfyi AT TIIHEK feil STATES. i-j ::1 uf'. r M..r.iay. .Itir.etth. and '.ii.;i: Mrther tc.'iic Uc (i try bout v'.;l!:.ui.e trips as .ios: LKiVI.s. ItAVts LEAVE F'it Koiirh st M:sro'.:ri I.M.d'i; Iu t.turky Ld V a. m. '.'ii a. :a. '.1 :'' a. '-':' p. Li. 4:'J p. ta. i p. D). 7:tn a. in. 1:71 . I'l 11 ' a a. in. .' 'i" p. m. I" p in. sl'NDAYS 2:30 p.m. s a. ni. lo a m. I J.'-irn. i p m. r. : V' p. Ci. i p. m VARIETY MoKE. 2sKW YORK STOKE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. The Largest Variety Stork I N Till '. IT'S'. (.001 )S SOLD VERY CLOSE C. O. PATIKU c: CO., ttoir!i'irc IA ,ve:!-ie (illl'O. III. H'tOTs ANI'Ml lKs. LYON'S Patent Metallic STIFFENERS PREVENT Scots and Shoes Frcm Running over- WeariEg Ol OH Me snd Ripping in the 1 i Pur rak by C. K () C IT. .Mm. ufa' tu. r and d aier in HOOTS AND SHOES V.'.'V'.Vs firiie tlie iurK'et and lct -elected . ,; . : OjiOopi-Vu'I" I'.iiot. und slin'-c for O- : ' s i; ,! I. ,r;ii - wear of all t.'.e latent ft j ten, aleo h':'i .;.-' ' , in I .iti" of t'a-U'ru ma'!'! uood. it .?.-' . r-. ;." .tlier and .Inrt'ni". iiimu-si.il to rail ln I . ..:..! o's n..d price leiore piutlm-dliir. J J. BLOCK. Jlai.atfcctnrer und dealer in Ctistom-mudu r , L 0" N". H AUwoik w.irr.in-e-?. -iT.d Kop-tlrlDR neatly done ou sL-'tt notli-e. Vfi.-litli Wf Detv '"ii ' o nnierclal and 1.11111111 ..l.iia.'ton Aye. Cairo Illinois. $10 f.i'itf.t luro'-hii fri-. with full In- tr'iotioL nr cMnl'1'.'tinu the iminl profit ii'ie h'i re iiat nuy onu call i.tur-.i-e In. 'I l.t- !i'i:ti Ik so cay f o learn, nt d onr liistri;etions are so simple ii'.d o.i.iii. t t.n' any oi.o ray ninko irrei't profl'K troin I'm start. No onu tan full whols willln-. -.vr Women are a. micceful n.ni'ii. Ilov u.'l k'lrl can earn liirir" iim Mm v imve r.iu'M. ut te liti!ii' over one hundred doilii's- In a liiw!e wee'. Nothing ll.;e It evur 1,1,'iw d ticfore. Ail '' ho eiik-ni.-e tire '.;rprld nt the eti-u aud rapidity .-.itti iiljleli they nr" aide to make inniiey. You c:iD eiiy i'.-e III til " liti'lnt-si dnrlliR yo-ir nt'Bre tttn" at treat proilt. Yn ttdo no- havo tn ItoeM caii'-a; In It. Wo Hike nil the r.-k Thoso w':n tiei'd ren v m.iih-v, lit.iil.l t're to lis nt onre. Allf;tni'!i"d lie-. Ai'ldri-'- Tit I'L' A CO., Au Kiita, Maine. I e lJj : M J ISl MEDICAL. QICK IIKADACIIE ! We JIpud CniTil, Sot Merely Relieve!. And'Cuu Prove What wo Claim. tf-Tliern am no failure and no disappoint iin iii. If you. urn tro'il.ii'd ltli sl('K FlEAlT AC UK you can lie t-a.ily and nuiekly cured, ar htllidred" have-liyeii lrei!y. Wu lm IV (,Fe-fil to mail il flie.-t nf li-i-tlluuiiUI toiiiiy li,teret..-i. Carter's Little Liver Pills Aio rnre all fi.rtnn of lillmu-nc, prt-M-nt r t.r.r 1 1 pntloii and Hypeii;a. promotu JJh'eioioii. ri-iievo diDtren- truiii too nearly tat in u, correct Hiford'-ni of tlie si'iiuach. Stiniiilati- the Liver, und Ite-uiuti, thu liortel Tiiey do all this l,y Ihli'.m ju-t eil.e little pill nt n dine. Tl.ey lire purely veeinlile, d, , ti'il tripe or pur;.-", ati'l lire a lieariv perleet a It Is ) .,f-l'.e (or Ii pill to tie Price (el.tn. J fur Jl. So.d tiv dr ujl-ts even !i-i.- or sent t y ina:i l AK'I'KK MKIMtl.NK ( U . KKIK. 1'A (ill Vs sI'KHriC U.'.PP INK TR AOEWjK.Tjj Creat Elk udi'IKADE MAKK Id-mi tiv. au mi- iull:ri.- cur.) fur seminal Wi.akiien Se r in a t or.li'H-a, Impute Ley. and ali dinKs'i. trial loi iiiv, a a cea.ie llliei.li! of s ',( -sblui.iiiiiiy, utilverxtil lu.-itude. pn.r ti the '' k. dim r, ni u I.e. of visk.ii. pr. Li' ii n; o.d au'e. 4 41Ilg. and ma:,y ottierdin ii-i tl at lend to in-at.l'.y or (oi,-:;n;plion and a pr, ma'i.rt "rave l ull particui.nn in our pun.pliie-t. v. hic'i " d" (ire to .ei.il If e l,y mail In every m.e TLe.;,. ( rh" iiiedltiLi- i mid 'ny all drier;;!-'- ut 1 per P ka.'.-, nix lor J'i. or Ii.- m.t lre l' n.il oi: rer. i t of t.'ie Dniiirv by nddn ..it. 1 HK i.HAY MKDK.TNK O . No' 1 M-. h.iuc- I.IueU . Iletro.' Mich, hold in C airo l.y liartaay Bros . J'a .i ( Si'h'.h and Uvo K OTUra MISCKI.LANK'H 'S. $w Oalf.t sent fret-to thii.e who !u to n- eL".-in the niopt pi, a-ai.t and pmf.tan.i I iiuiii., known. Kv.-ryiiiirjg new rft apitai n-t reipiired. We : ii fun In ew-ryttilbtf '.o day and upv.ar'1. 1- yet eaify inaile without t.'iyliijr ay fr'.m ti'iine over nl.'ht. No rifV whatever Many new worker vtaiit.-d a', cute. Mny are ntkinii fort ulh . at (he liiiiiiii-.. Ladle rriiike tnu'h -ineii. and oin, ir hoys and ziri ma-ie utfA pay No one who Is wliliM.' to work fall, to tnake'nior" money ev.-ry day than can he made In mn k at a:.y other employment 'ILo.e whottiai; t m. will Ann , short road 'o fortutio. Addrt-- H' HAI.LtTT 4 CO.. I'ortiaiid. Man.e jVKf-nt. AS" arit-il UIE AN 0 AIlVF.NTI'ItE-s '? U1ANK AMI. .ik.-hi-: JAMES The Noteil Wet-n Outlaw-. i!y II.Hi. J. A. I .. l-n 0 A tk-ic M.d ht.',.U.j feu'.iLt ::;-. trnt.rO of th"lr inid o;.' iar.ui.r l.r " vr-ir .n jo dure.', t.' -tt- ii: t.-rr-ti -:i ", I nt"..i.f' rtctt-rT.v. ai.d ntti' lai- of tii'r law . Ii "t ..IL h..( ui tt,a year l,'"o..,;j In three rrn L-h. '' r. for o'lti'.t; l'-if..r .ntr.p;p ropr. LIS. ral 0 rn.- t., a.-el.t N ) TIIOM I'M 'N A 10 , I''. i.l.. r- ' . i'li.e t . St Loni". M j. A VnsiiriirrL Ii-'.. rnv iuk the Liir A s'iporter f r wcak.v lui'.n . that I a -u a j. rf.it pr.-veiitHtue tu the t .ii..i ij ii i.i i i f Ti:ajriv.- rrie J ',; i an 1 t.'i.ir.eo t y ivl'lr ..'! pi i Lux 41. Ah-ona. Ko-sunt 1,1.0 .. iii, . . " A Y K A U ar.d x i .-in - tr, a.'..ir. iiits: Addrr-. 1'. t). VU'KI.!!!'. A..--ta. V..M. Ni W "pa per AilV'-rtisllig Iluri KU l" prte. -t. K MXMI'U.. ?vY'3 rwA.jar.'Hs For Chilis and Fee." terrn!::-n: Fo-." ': p.r.da'l hh'i ' i Slop t iklnj la.i .o... Stop t nk in j (li'f-;n Stop taking t)on-c".-Ktop tbklns duiij-'T Ktundiril Cure p".-.; j, (it-tnilwrii ( ur ci u'.n. uiiiinei -i Mt-rraryt 5 t-o son I m- ijuinlnel .. : Mercury I Standard t jre i oniuin :.- l'olont BtaniUnl ( or It pleitsa.it tu tak e I PIUCK bO CUNTS PE HOX. Standard Cure Co.114 Nassau st.N.Y. And ly DruggLsU. (Formerly Dr. Craig' Kidney Cure.) A vet;etiil)le preparntlnn nnd tin- onlv tire ri-medtf In the world tor ItHIOlIT s DISKASf:. ) A11ETKS and ALL KIDNUY, LlYEItand L'KINAKY HIS EASl'.s. ttr-Tontimonliils of thu lilihet urder iu proof of the!' .tiitenieiit. cr-Kortheciircof TIABETES, call forWAK NKICS SAKE HIAUETES (THE. tyl'or the cure of KKIOUT'H nnd tho otli'-r dl eiiHe. cull for WAKNEK'S SAl'E KIDNEY and L1VEK Cl'HE. UttrWuiiici-'n .Sllf'l l('iii(Mli('s lire sold hy Dritgirist.-i nnd Dealers in Medicine cveijwlicre. II. II. TVAHNElt A CO., iA I'roprletor 1 S3 Hoi IIKKTKIl, Ntw- YoS'l. J'fSi'lirl for l'aamtil.'t 'ulidTestlniolilals. $66! A WEEK in your own town, and no capital risked. Yon can irivo thu ruisines a trial wllliout expensn. TIib liet otinorttinlt ver (ill'erud fof those w IllhiLt to work, i ou shonl.1 trv lio.riinif olu till vnu sen for . our- I df what yon can do at tho huliics w e ofler. No i.iora to i-xplHln hro. You can deToio ail your time or only your spar time to tho hnmni., nr. , mako reat pay for r-very hour that ynu work Women make a much a men. Bend for special private term ml particular, which wo mall Ircu, J! outfit free. Don't complain of hnrd time whlhi yon have ue.ha rbnnc. Addm.s U. HALLKTT A CO.. i'ortiaiid. ilalD. IsU