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VOLUME XII. CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY JIORNING. OCTOBER 10, 1880. NEW SERIES NO. 89. THE DIRECTORY BUSINESS DIRECTORY or tin! leading business home whoso 'lvertlec ment. imi be found In Tub Bulletin. DRY (iOODS. CO. PatlerACo., Commercial avenue and Nine teenth mreet. OROCERIES. Yocntn & llroderlck, Wash. Ave., cor. Eighth. New York store. C. n. Patier & t' , Cor. Nino tvi'iitli and Commercial. PHYSICIANS. Ur J. II. Viirean: olllrc, 140 Commercial aveuuo. Dr. Leach it Wheeler, Eighth street, DENTISTS. Ur. W. ('. Jorcln, Eighth near Commercial. Ur. E W. Wbitlock, liii Commercial avenue INSURANCE. II. II. (.andee, No. TOObio leveedip Hairs). Euuituhle Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and Wu"u:u'.'t.0L avenue HANKS. City Nut!-. rial, OUio levee. STEAMBOATS TLc i St:ite. ICE. J oli u proat. corner Twelfth and Levee, BRACKET STORE. E. C Kurd. Corner Ninth and Commercial. THE MAILS. ENERAL DELIVERY open r.lju a m.; doici J (,:. p.tu. ; Sunday: 4 to V t. m. M (,!." order Department open at 8a. m.; closet "VbrU'gu ExpreM Mailt via IMuolt Central 3 :W p. m . Mis-i'j-sippi Central Railroads, clout at fl p. m. Cv.ro KLd Pjplar Bluff Through and Way Mall close a' 1 p, m ,. , , ... Wav Mill via Illinois Central, Cairo and lu-cenne- and Min.ssippi Central Raliruads dote at ' lit) Mi.-. t:t Narrow Gaijte Railroad clotet at Cv.Vo"ni EvanT!!l River Roots elotci a', i:) V n.'da'.T ixc-pt Friday I. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. City Olhcers. V.'.r r-N B ThiStlvwood I rv,-- Edward Dezuuia. Cr-Denuis. J. Foley, i o'.!.":,'jr--Wm. II Gilbert. Mar3a. J.C. LaUue. Ar.jrLej William llenlrick.. .iar:i op all-eiim. y,.,. t .r',-M..J. Ilowiev. .e'.un 1 U'r 1-Davld T. Linear, C. R. Wood- T.'ir.l WV.-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith. F-i-rtb Ward Charles o. Patier. James Kynatton r' f-; W&rd-T. W. llalliday, Eruest B Petttt. County Officers. Circa.- .Tvi.-D. J Buki-f. L'rc ;!t C.etk-J. A P.e.e. CoiLty J "'. i.'e K. S Warn. CotintV Ork S. J Uumm. Cua&rv A!'.jr..v-W. C M'llicy Co-:ntv Trt-v'-rvr Miles. W. Parker. Sn-r i J.)-n ll-dge. Coroner P. Pttgvm.c Couatv Cmai!'i(nr-T. V. Ua.liday, J a M. .).!". SaKiei Er'.ley CHURCHES. A' Fi' CAN M E. -Fourteenth 'street, between . w.si.t an". Le.ar ureeis : ten;i ouuiu a. a an i T Vi p. m. ; Sunday scaooi I A) p. m. c1 HRI-TLN-Eighteeoth ttrvet; meeting. Sab but a W .ip. c; pt&acUts cx ca?locally. c -AU''RCIi OF TUB UEDKEMEB-(Epljcopal) .feLul pireei, ouuu.j juuium ,.. - . ........ I.... r.rawuM . A, ft. TT1 SnndkT l.'.vj a. ni-. --. r- " w' , ' rtao: a m. tnay :ii.t.K prayer .o j. ut. VIH.-T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CliniCH r Pr.-fci-l.ias a'. 1 ):"' a m., -i p. m., and 7:3u p. m. r::.u at " p. m- Rev. T. J. Shorei, i itt.ir f rrr.ERAN-Tbirt-cntb itreet; trviie Sab- J j ta'i. 1 vi a ra. ; euiiaay scaooi . y. iu. Kluppe, pW.or AtETIIODlST-Cor. Eighth and Walnot rtreet; 1 1 t. ...... ...v.-, 1i. til b m nrt 7 n. m pnvi-r nu'CiUS. W"ed:.e"day 7:l p. nj.; Sunday JitU'ooI. t a. ra. R:. Wbtttaker, pastor. 1RE'iI3Y'TERIAN-EU'lith .treet: preaching on Sa'.i ba'li n- li : ') a. m. and T:' p. ra.; prayer cifot'Lkr V,Vii,edav ! T::Vlp. tn.; Sunday school at 3 p. rn P. . v. b I . Ocore, paf tor CECONH FREE-WILL BA1TIST - FifteeLth O r-srvt. i.-tw.!.-a Walmt au-i Ci-iUt rtretfc; ;r vtcel 8abt.-V.ls at -1 and T:1 p. c ST JOEl'H'S-Rornan Catbolio Corner Crop and Wain!".! f?rveti pi-nicef bVibath lu:)a. m.; Sauday Soloo! at - p. tu. ; Vi-.per i p. m. ; rvt Tit n every'dsy it ; p. ni. ST. PATRICK'S (Rom m C.tholic) Corner Ninth street a:.d Wu.-hu.lou avenue: f.TVlctj Sab nuth 15 td 1-a n ; Vfp'-n" -i - a. ; Sunday School i! p. m. ; err.c. every d at s p. Bi. Rv- F. 5atel, priet. WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE C ' IuN. hod Uf re-'i!::r weekly raeetin.'f In the ha'.l nl ti.e !'. Temperarrc liefor.-n I'luft. ev .ry Tirir-dny aiteraoon. at oV'.ock. Every bo'iy i Invited tu i.t'end. rilYslCIANS. f II. MAREAN, 51. Homeoiathic I'hysiciau and Snreoa. Ollcc 1H Co imereia! avenue. Koldencc comer Fourteenth St, and Va(h'.ns;ton avenue, Cairo. DENTISTS. D U. E. W. WHITLOCK, Duntal Surgeon. Ornes No. XV, Conatr.erciul Avenue, betwevc Eighth and Ninth Street D R. W. C. JOCELYN, D ENTIST. OFFICE EisUth Street, near Cotnmertii;,. Avenue. MISCELLANEOUS. a week In vor.r own town, 83 outfit frf o, No YrtPk. Reader, If yon wm.t a bufineBf at -'which cerKons of either fex can make eretil nav all thp time thv work, write for narticnlarj to V Ii. 11ALLETT & CO.. Portland. .-Q FIFTY CKXTS, fiO Full li o.'.. bottles. Best Combination. Risloy's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil. With Ilypophosphlto Lime axl Soda, ivith Pepslne It la highly recommended by phyflclnnfi 6 the most e'lectaal and reliable retnedv for Coiiitbc, cold, brondiltln, i;ei)i'rul debility, etc, Afreeubly fluvored. Pleiimit to take.. And can be retained oa the we aketetomach. The Simplest, Purest and Most Reliable Remedy is UISLKY'S Pure Dletllled Extract of WITCU UAZEL, ' Carefully prepared; Thoronahly reliable; Full Htrenitti: ana equal in eiiieoi dohib to liny r;ann. Cure upralui1, brntee. nvrelllnirf, c.-hiiSni.-, cutrf, woundii, iiarnf.aCiilJi, Mild-head, piled, cult rctim Hkln eruptlotn, fore eyes, fore mouth, neuralgia, Inrtummatory we!llns'i 'ore throat and lor acblnff pain tt l undoubtedly the ttrcHteat heuiltig pref ar lion ever ued. Numerous testimonials can be procure If dellred Klxnunce bottles 2! cents; plul bottles, V cents; quarts, $1, RAILROADS, QIIIO MISSISSIPPI 11'y. Till iiliiiit'f r '."'' I TIME TABLE OK PASHENOKH TRAINS FROM vinc-nnes (No?, yo, :j.) KATWAIII). No. a Day Exprosa (Except Sunday).,,. 1 :3d p. m. ' Epre. ( Except Sunday; 1 p. ui . " 4 Nlht Express (Daily) l j:uOa. m. WESTWAHD No 5 Expres (Except Sunday) 6:i)5a. m. " 1 Day Exjir'-.a (Exci'iit Sunday).. .!!:'! p.m. " 3 Night Express (.Dally) 1 a. m. J. R. C'LAiiK, C, S. Coke. Jh., Auent Viucetnos. Gen. Ticket A . Cincinnati CAIRO k ST. LOUIS It. R. II. AV. SMITIIKKS, Iiecelver. SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. Time Schedule: Through Express leaves Cairo vlM ti. Through Expn-urrlves at K. St. Louis.. 5:itp.m. Ibroutth Expn.i leaves E. St. Louis..,, aimia.m. Tbrouirb Express arrives at Cairo &:ln p.m. Murpby-buroarcimmodatiurileavesCatro 1 :)() p m. Mu'pbysboro Acc. arrives at Murphysburo ":Hi p.m. Murp ' ystmro Acc. leaves Murphysboro .. SMU'a m. Murphvsboro Acc arrives at Cairo 11 ;;i5a.tu. The Cairo i st LocltRulI Road Is the only all Rail Route between Cairo and St. LouU under one management, therefore there are no delays at way stations awaiting connections from other lines. Close and sure connection" at St. Louis with other lines fur North, East and West J. A. NAL'GLE. AjeLt L. M. JOHNSON. UeLeral Manager. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. THE Shortest ami Quickest Route TO St. Louis anil Chicago. The Only Line Kurmina: Q DAILY TRAINS From Cairo, Making Dihect Connkction WITH EASTERN LINES. TlUIS LtAVE Cill.i,; .' J: 1 5 ,'i in. Mail. Arrlvin? in St. Louis 9 43 :i m ; Chicajo. p.m.; Connecting at O !:n"and fc:V.r.gr.-.Tn for CiLc.n t.. Losbv'.lie. Ir:d;at..poi: llI p- in:s Ei-t. H:l(J a.m. ert. Iouisi and W eastern KxpresH. Arriving In St. Louis 7:0. p. ra., and cotaectius for all poicts West. 4:tJC) p.m. F.'it Pxprens For St Lc:.is and Chicago, arriv.ng at St. Leu PJnu p.m.. and Chlca;o ?;. a u 4 '-i' p.m. Cincinnati KxprenM. Arriving at Cincinnati 7:0) air..; Louisville 7:-.' am.; Irdianapolis 4:i' a.tc. Passengers br this train r-acii the above points l'-J to 3; UoL'lift -,l advutct of any other route. aThp p m. cxpruss has PULLMAN SLtEPINtr CAR Cairo to CiLcltt.a'i, v.ttot;t changes, and through sleepers to St. Louts and Chicago. Fast Time Ka?t. TMMurnVw: ''T xUi 1!n f" thruugh to K.vt. X U.t-11,'- ? .rn pom's ".thout any delay caued by S'.iLdiiy Itti-rvi nn.g. The Satnrday after noon train from i'air.i arrives in new York Monday morning at l"; !.'. Thtrty-nx tonr' in dvLce o'f any other r-j-.U'-. fiJFor through tickets :ind further infr.rn.ntioc, apply at Illinois Central Railroad I.-pot. Cairo. JAs. .IGIINSON, J II. JONES. (,en. "out hem Aset.t. T-.ck'-t Ac-r.t. A. II . HANSON, (Jen. Pa. Agent. ChiCigo. MIU AND COMMISSION. HALLIDAY BROTHERS, CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Coiuniission MercliantS; DEAI.EBS (M FLOCK. GRAIN AND HAY Proprietor Egtian Flouring Slills Hiclost Cash Price Paid for Wueat. BANlvS. rjlHE CITY NATIONAL BANK Cairo, Illinois. CAPITAL, 8100,000 OFFICER : W. P. HALLIDAY, President. H. L. UALLIDAT. Vice-President. XUOS. W. UALLIDAY, Cashier. DIRECTORS: S. HTAATS TAYLOR, W. P. ItALLmAT, iienht l. HAU.rtiAV, n. n. ci-nninouab, O. D. WILLIAMSON, STEMS!! BlllB, D.n. CAKDKS. Exebansre, Coin and United States Bonda BOUGHT AND SOLD. DerostU received tad a ceneral tinklns bmlncsi CSOittcted. 2 WEEKLY BULLETIN. The Weekly Bulletin. Tl-TTT' A T P C Jl - A. J J xa.x .Liv Weekly Bulletin PUBLISHED ON MONDAY CONTAINING FORTY-ERiHT COLUMNS FORTT-EIOITT COLUMNS FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS 82.00 Per Annum IX ADVANCE The Weekly Bulletin. JOB OFFICE. The Bulletin STEAM JOB OFFICE All Kinds of Job Work Estimates furnished and orders from abroad promptly intended to. Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet, and Quarter Sheet Posters and Programmes, in Black or Colors. Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Bills Ladin?, Show Cards, Business Cards, Ball anil Weddinff Invitation., Book Work, Etc.. Etc., Etc., Etc. WOOD YARD. (J, W. WHEELER, Summer Wood and Kindling constantly on hand STAVE CLIPPINGS At Seventy-five- ceuts per load. Stave Trimmings At one dollar per load. Tho "trimmings" are course shavings and make the best summer wood for cooking purposesas well as the cheapest ever sold In Cairo. For black mithi nse in settiuir tires, they are. unequalled. Leave your orders at the Tenth street wood yard YOCUM & BRODERICK, Dealers in STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES. Washington Avenue, Cor. Eighth Street, CAIRO - - ILLS MEDICAL. FELLOWS COMPOUND S Y E D P OF Hypo-Phos-Phites NERVOUSNESS Itaffordg me great plea'tir; to bear Kvtimouv to the benefits I have received from ucing Fulidw.' Compound Svrup of IlynophoBpiiites. I have rec ommended it to many of my Irlends, and it has proved an excelleut curative for Nervoii-ue8 and ienera! De!)ility. It is also a firt cUss Tonic ena bles a person to take ou lle-h r'ipidiv, and is f.-ee from the constlpatingeff-i-t' ch ir-.c'terNtic of other Tomca I have tried. I1ENP.V JolINsToN. Montreal. Read Dr. Earle's Testinionial. Mn. James I. Fellows. Manuf.ictiiricgChcniit-t. Sik. For several months past I hav use ! yuur Coa.ponnd Svrup in the treutmtr.t of Incipient Phthisis. Chronic Pronrhi-.is and otaef Affections of the Chen, und I have no hesitation in fluting that it runks foremost amongst the remedies Used In tbosedisea'e'. being aa excelle-..: nervous Tonic, it exerts a direct lulluence on the Nervous syt,.-m, and through It, it Invigorates tLe bodv. It afford, me pleasure to recommend u rriiudy v hlch i real ly gO'.l In cases for which it is intended, when so many i.dverti-ed are worse than ii'el' ss. Ian. sir, yours ir:!y, Z. S. EARLE, Ja. M. U. It cures Asthma. Los" of Voice, Neuralgia. St. Vii i" Dance, Epileptic Fit. Whonpjr.g Cough. NiTvousue.-s. and is & most wonderful udi'inct to other r tne.lie-In s:.-t lining l.(e during 'the pro cess of I):pth'.;'.;i Lo ni be 'l.i f.vt 1 by renicdi.-s bearing a s:tr.l lar t.am! : no ttuer pr-i aratina is a s '.ibsiitiiie tor this utnie: any clrt-uaistance. SOLI) LY ALL DRUGGISTS PKOVKKILS. "Ti.e U c!..--1? Dl iod. sweetest Breath, and Fairest Skii.iL Hop Bitters -A life !!,; Bltt.Ti sivls big doctor huU and long sickLes?. T::at ir.va ESDther. fist'ir or child cm be rr.i,ic ti.e picture ol test'. is ivith Hop Bitters. W) on v oru down and ready to take your bed nop L.r.irs is what yo-i need. 'Don't phytic and phvsic, f.-r it weukens and destroys, 1 tit take Hop Bitters that l.ui'.d up cou tmtiiil.y. "1" y.icUns of ail -chools use and recommend Hop tiiit'.rs. Test them. Health is be iv.'y and joy II jp Bitters gives health and beutity, "There t.ro more cure? made with Uop Bitters than all other medicines "When the brain Is wearied, the mrvee un strung, tne muscles witik, use Hop Bitters. 'That loir, rcrvoa fev.-r. w:mt of fi'.ep and weakness, calls for Hop Bittt .rs- Hop Cough Cure nnilPitin Uclli f U Pleusiint. surs iiudcheaii. FOR SALE BV ALL URVGGISTS. INSURANCE. I N S TJ R A N C c K B Rk T.S. tH n l 52 K r. 'S.'S. tC'i a m s ? Ls 5 l T. If x X mm 'Xi s-h It "5 H Z - v. K v. c a H r. a: WH0LFALE WINKS AND LIQUORS. p CLANCY, Uortler in FIXE CATATOA and other Choice Wines and Liquors, OLD BOUKLON AND RYE WHISKIES, French Brandv, Etc. No. 137 Ohio I-.ven. Open at all Hoars, Dar and Xljfht, Latest News. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH CHICAGO MARKET. Cuic.voo, October 0 , 10 a. m. Pork November, $12 !3015 05; Jan uary, 12 90. Corn-October, 394'3!) c ; November, 40c. Oats October and November, 29c; Wheat October, 97c; November, 97,c. Chicago, October 9, 12 m, . Pork November, 12 53; January, $1287. Oat3-CasU, 30'4 ; November, 30c. Corn -October, UrJ.&Ml November, 40'c. Wheat -October, 9758'c; November, CnicAOO, October &, 1 r. .. Pork Octolicr, $18 23. Lard October, $3 32 2'. Wheat October, 97 ; November 99c. Corn October, 39,'c; November, 40;c. Oats-October, 394'; November, 30gc. NEW VOHK OKAIJi . New Youk, October. 9. 12:01, p. m. Wheat irregular No. 2 Chicago, $1 11 (2,1 12; No.2 Milwaukee, $1 111 12; red winter, $1 12&1 19; No. 2 red winter, Corn firmer -No. 2, 34c. LIVERPOOL GRAIN. Liverpool, October 9, 2 :00 p. m. Wheat and corn, unchanged. 329 What was it that from Ames I took, Stowed snugly in my pocketbuck. And then, resumed div saintly look? 3i. What wa it. w hen the act was known. That made my pious spirit groan Till I would nave it called a loan? Wha'. wiit-n tr.v case seemed very bad, Did I In i-olenin tones, and sad, Swear that 1 never, never had'; 33H. And did Ames h.ive in black and wMte Tint showed cie up in mv true l!,;ht, And left me in a sorry plight! 3-30, What were thuse proved bevond a donbt The figures' for which I sol'd out. And which I since have lied about? Z-i'.i. What, more than .ir.y other thiig Than siiary-grub or paving ring My downfall at the polls uha.l bring!' 8i. New York Son. lio29" EVERYWHERE. New York Star, Sept. 3'), 1SJ. The cabalistic figures l'o29'' are now posted nearly ah over the city. There ia Keneraliy u crowd around the figures, and a resolution to the ctlect that it was a mighty small sum to be bought fur, any way," is passed at each nicetm?. No ex ertioa is spared to place the figures in prominent and what are usually considered iuaccessive places. If Cleopatra's needle was erected in the park, its summit would in all probability bo decorated with "329." ILe.talismaaic figures are even carried into the enomy's camp, much to their disgust ana cnagnn. luey arc suspended trom the telegraph wires, they meet one at the street corners, the urchins shout "329." Already the popularity of "329"' is supe rior to the famous "15'' puzzle. The fig ures adorn the prominent city buildings, and are a source both of laughter and sur prise. A new brand of cigarettes are to be advertised as '329s," and the figures will herald a host of new articles and de vice?. The attention of the immigrant, the mo ment he lands upon our shores, is sure to be directed to these strange figures. A man just arrived, and with low spirits and still lower pockets, was made acquainted with them in a curious way while searching for work. lie was about to rest himself, when like one electrified he made for tho tn trttnee to a warehouse and asked tor the proprietor, lie was told no hands were wanted. "Am I too late, after all?" lie said; "did you engage all these men already?'' "Alfwhat men?" asked the clerk. "Why, the 329 men you placarded on the wall," said the greenhorn. The clerk tried to explain, and when last seen the new arrival was in the center of a throng who were eagerly expounding to him the mysteries of "329," the amount of the bribe taken by James A. Qarfield, tho corrupt republican candidate for the presi dency. MoTnnns! Mothers!! Mothers!!! Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick cliila suffering and cry ing from the excruciating paius of cutting teeth? It so, go at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Soothiu? Syrup. It will relieve the poor little BUtl'erer immediately depend upon it; there is no mistake about it. There is not a mother on earth who has ever used it, who will not tell you at once that it will regulate tho bowels, and give rest to the mother, and relief and health to the child, operating like magic. It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and pleasant to tho taste, and is tho prescrip tion of one of the oldest and best female physicians and nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere. Twenty-fivo cents a bot tle. (4) THE MELANCHOLY DANE. Hamlet Princo', of Denmark, would not have been dubbed, tho "Melancholy Dane" If ho had known Dyspepsia was all that ailed him, and that all he needed was a supply of Spring Blossom, a sure cure for Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Indigestion and other diseases of that description. Price. 30 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. An Eleoant Toilet Preparation, hair dressing and restorative is found in "Lon don Hair Color Restorer." It seldom fails to restore gray or faded hair to its original youthful color and beauty. Falling hair ia checked by its use, and it produces & growth of beautiful young hair, soft, glossy and luxuriant. It certainly is tho most cleanly and effective hair restorer now be fore the American people. A. A. Gibson, IJarrytown, Duchess coun ty, N. Y., writes: Dr. Swayne &; Son, Phil adelphia: Gents I enclose a postoffico order for eight dollars; please send mo one dozen "London Hair Color Restorer." It has stopped my hair from falling, and re stored it to its natural color. It has proven satisfactory in every respect. The "London Hair Color Restorer" can be obtained at all the leading druggists at 73 cents a bottle. (2) ENTERPRISING DRUGGIST. Mr. George E. O'Hara, the live druggist of the town, is always up to the times and 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, asthma, bronchitis, hay lever, phthisic, croup, whooping cough, tick ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness or any affection of the throat and lungs. This remedy positively cures, as thousands can testify. If you do not believe it call at his drug store and got a trial bottle frco 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. II. I erkins, Creek Centre, War ren Co., N. Y. writes: She has been troubled with Asthma for four years had to sit up night after night with it, she has taken two bottles of "Dr. Thomas' Eclectric oil, and is perfectly cured. She strongly recommends it, and wishes to act- as agent among he: neighbors. Pacl G. Scncrr, druggist. AN EDUCATIONAL ENDORSEMENT. The Rev. C. A. Harvey, D. D., of tho Howard University, of Washington, has addressed the following letter to Messrs. II. II. Warner & Co., of Rochester, N. Y.r Gentlemen : I take pleasure In statins that I have for two years past been ac quainted with the remedy known as War ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and with its remarkable curative efficiency in obstinate and so-called incurable cases of Bright's Disease in this city. In some of these cases, which seemed to be in the last stages, and which had been given up by practicioncrs of both schools, the speedy chance wrought by this remedy 6eemed but little less than miraculous. I am con vinced that for Bright's Disease, in all its stages, no remedy heretofore discovered can be held for one moment in comparison with tin's. Respectfully C. A. Harvey. ON TIME AS USUAL. Jones now goes to business regularly. That attack of Neuralgia that laid Lim up and which was only a fresh visitation of an old enemy, disappeared, because he took a friends advice and used Dr. Thomas' Eclec tric Oil. Rheumatic puin, sores, cuts, bruises, throat and lung complaints, etc., are invariably conquered by it. Pacl G. Scncn. Cocans. "Brown s Bronchial Troches arc used with advantage to alleviate cough, sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec tions. For thirty years these Troches have been in use, with annually increasing favor. They are not new and untried, but, having oeen 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. The Throat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro ches" net directly on the organs of the voice. They have an extraordinary effect in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and produce a clear and distinct enunciation. Speakers nnd singers find the Troches usej ful. A Cocon, Cold, Catarrh of sore throat requires immediate attentiou, as neglect of teutimcs results in some incurable lung dis eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost invariably give relief. Imitations are offer ed for sale, many of which arc injurious. The genuine "Brown's Brouchial Troches" are sold only in boxes. SET BACK FORTY-TWO YEARS. "I was troubled for many years with Kidney Complaint. Gravel, etc.; my blood became thin; I was dull and inactive; could hardly crawl about; was aii old worn out man all ovcr;could get nothing to help me, until I got Hop Bitters, and now I am a boy again. My blood and kidneys aro all right, and I am as active as a man of 30, although I am 72, and I have no doubt it will do as well for others ot my age. It is worths trial.( Father.) Sunday Mercury. A CARD. To all who are Buffering from tho errors and indiscretions of youth.uervous weakness. early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will send a recipe that will cure you, free of charge. This great remudy was discovered bv a Missionary in bouth America. tenil a self-addressed envelope to tho Rev. Josepu T. Inman, Station 1), New York City. WEARY OF LIFE. How many a man has jumped into tho river, When all t'was that ailed him was a disor dered liver, f ho only had known that Spring Blossom would save, He novcr would have filled a suicide's grave. 'rices: 50c., trial bottles lOcts. . . ' (