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Gen. GnaXt" will be in Clilcffo thi
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Gov. Hitfrrox, It U expected, will ar
rive In Washington this morning.
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RtMOR ufi that Qoramlssloncr of In
ternal Rerenue It urn U to be removed at
an rarly day. ' '
SccaxTAME virt and Schurz cm
phaticany deny that their connection
with Hayes', cabinet Is to be short-Mved.
Ttti radacab. and Memphis railroad is
advertised to be cold on . tlio 30th day of
April best, at 12 o'clock noon, in New
York, on a credit of six months and one
The general assembly on Friday passed
a resolution to consider no new business
after March 31st. The subject of an ad
journed session was liscueJ; the mem
bers showed not much ct a disposition
to assemble at Springfield next winter.
Mb Tcrxf.r, of Mount Camel, Illi
nois, who for a lone time ha held the po
sition of observer at St. Michaels, Alaska,
under the signal service bureau, has Uen
removed to make room lor E. W. Xel
soo, formerly connected with lh" t'bl
cage Academy of Sciences.
Tberc is a loud call for the publica
tion of the letters said to have beeu writ
ten by Bta&Uy Matthews and Foster to
Southern Democrats to influence their
action upon the electoral commission.
Hayes friends deny that he Is responsi
ble lor any bargain or any pledge made
In th?e letters.
The town of Aya, on the Cairo and
Louis narrow gauge road, b.liern
thai aa the central poinr on the line, it
is geographically well as naturally
situated the most advantageously, and
fitted at It seems by natnre designed
for the purpose" ol being the seat ot the
machine shops ot the railroad. It there
fore requests Superintendant Cauda to
lend a witling ear to a petition of the
citizen: of Ava to have the shops built in
Tsia Chicago Ettig Jou.mil epca-Uiig
of the new southern commission, eays
no one can give any real rei-on tor op-
poaitioD. No possible harm can come
from such a visitation. It is by do means
certain that aoy good iil come ct it
:bT." The J-n r.el evidently tLiiiks
U coram iioo is vry much like horato-
pathk piH s. But aU pills cost mouey and
so do commissions. The government
should stop the eommi&sion basinets. It
is in the days of lu degeneracy and is
worse than fruitier.
CarTux Jonx MoBc,'of Sn Fraucis-
co, aa old frontier man. trapper, and
trader etc, in Utah and California, in an
Interview with a reporter of the Sao
F racisco Call after the death of Lee,
? that I- told him th.l BrltiatU
i ouug knew ail about, tLe massacre of
the emigrants before". it was put loto ex
ecution. Morse disputes Lee's statement
that there were five hundred Indians
present at thbutchering,be says that t&e
w hole;aflAir was planned byhe Mormons,
their chief object being plunder, as tbey
were excesaively poor, having no money
an J. being willing to trade off their pro
duce at all times lor clothing and other
Jou.x D.LtE was born in Kaakaskia,
ItanJolph county, Illinois, on the Cth tl
September, 1&I2. He was born and bap
tized a Catholic, brought up as a Metho
dist, and embraced the Mormon faith af
ter he had arrived at man's estate, lie
was loud of reading; had read many
books In the coure of his life ;
at ue lime he owned a largo
library of his own and many years ago
he was librarian at Nauvoo. in this
state, lie leaves fifty children, fifty
grand-children and tour great-grand-chil-dren.
lie held his faith in the gospel "ss
delivered to Joseph Smith" to the but,
and regarded himself as a martyr to the
llttxitv Carey Baird, one ot the most
prominent writers on finance in this
country, has expressed his views on the
present financial condition ol the country
to a reporter ot the Philadelphia E.uirtr.
He Mies nothing but disaster ahead, un
less there Is an entire chanee in the poli
iy ol the government, and of that ho has
little hope with Secretary Sherman at the
head of the treasury department. Kven
the demand for American bonds abroad,
he believes, Is more an Indication that the
securities of other governments are in
bad repute than that our are considered
as aafe. Mr. Baird gives his remedy lor
the.fiuanclai iiitwkick nuct tne couutry.
It Is "interconvertible greenback
ISBEUXJTft: Mat. IllViM
It the gentleman who by virtue of the
luiiuuwDis) superiority or the uuruber i
over 7 ooconlea the txwliii.n ,.r , i
dent of the United SUtaa, has one chief
tuaracieruuc, as thus lar developed, it
seems to b indeflniteneas. Whea ha
gave hU letter ot acceptance to bis party
and his country, last summer, nobody
gaWd the fact that the Impression
left on the minds of millions of re ader,
was, that u was good but Indefinite. Tba
i. , 14 wuuiged li, by Mr.
Hayes durlag u canvass wa il iu
aam. general character, lit,
addreaa plaa4 a public :w-,rieJ with
waiting U anxious f, . peace that
would take under lu wing, every aection
ud every taU of the Union. On do.
rtatulaatioA there wr n- .
.,v u,a,,y pura
In It on which to hang their hoi., but it
i . . . . . .
w h general seutiment ef
conservative tMonbj and um
with mixed feeling of relief and plcasur
wviv (wt must ii impuru man cxprei&ed
Mnce his Inauguration, Mr Hayes' "poll
cy" has been the subject of innumerable
daily dlptche from the seat of govern
ment. From dy to dy, the people
are regaled with speculations
as to the President's intentions
and purposes, speculations based on his
own intimations, words dropped now and
again and the general drift of his con
versaUens with his friends and advisors
But not one explicit declaration has as
yet, to the knowledge of the public, fallen
from his lips. In a late conversation
with a prominent New England Repub
lican, he is reported to have expressed
lull faith that his "Southern policy", will
be successful, and that the obstacles that
appear to be In the way now. will rapidly
disappear in n very short time.
He also, wc are told, indi
cated clearly that he had not
changed his previously expressed aentl
ments in the least, but still believes that
the policy outlined in his inaugural
message can be made a complete
success." This Is re-Rsuring. It
is excellent. But like- every
thing Mr. Hayes has said
on the question uppermost in ' peo
ple's minds, it Is indefinite, it is "n. bu
lous." This kind ot talk has ceased to
convey anything to the understanding ot
the public except a general belief that
the man rlio says it has no fixed policy
that the thing lie designates by this
name is yet to be worked out in M. own
mind wild the aid ot Lis cabinet, his con
ference with the goveroers of 8outb Car
olina, and bis Southern commNsion.
Oakey Hall has not yet returned to his
home, and the mystery in regard to his
Kx-l're-ident Grant refine to give
recommendations to office-seekers under
Washington letter: Mrs. Hayes is a
devout member of the Methodist church,
and her husband attend with her. She
kneels in prayer, joins in congregational
singing, attends classmeeting and con
scientiously performs all the acts of a
faithful church member.
Baltimore has a resident prince?-. She
U a daughter ef Klug Louis of Bavaria
and Lola Montez. a:id .-he calls herself
rrinces- Edith Lolela, Baroness ot Ros
enthal. Countess of Laudteldt. She has
a large income, lives luxuriously, i 30
yers old. aud is a widow. Her hu.-band
was Count Mrsant. ot France.
Sunl MaTthcw "tlU.-d a:.d mar
ried'' at Columbia. Tetiiivc. 1 he lo
cation was not satisfactory and he aban
doned the place for a home in Ohio.
Ir. llirj IValker, the woman who
wear brcevhes, was ejected from the
treasury department in Washington
Thursday last, on llie ground that die was
a common nuisance. She was Tory vio
lent, threatening to shoot the officer who
was compelled to perform the ungallant
duty, and perhaps -he cused a little to
be in the fashion.
The bhipuienU of Auu-riuiu Uef to
Fngland are becoiuing lieavitr ; 2,.V cat
tle are shipped weekly now, a again st
1,VJ0 in January.
The Grand Lodge of Giol Tem
plars, at Bo-ton, excludes colored men
The Augusta iU ; t,u,ry in a
prosperous condition. The product ot
this tactorv for four weeks, endig Feb.
24ii, lsT7, was larger than for the same
period for several years. The cotton
consumed amounted to&70 bales, and the
yards. The last two weeks ot the above
time tbe amount manufactured was much
larger than for the two previous weeks.
This Is at the rate of about fourteen
million of yards per annum.
The electric light is coming
Into use in Europe for illuminating shops
and other large buildings and spaces. In
addition to Its intense brilliancy, the light
U SOtt and Ktpmlr ehutlnfoltr '"-. ninrl
eouotnieI. In the saw mill of the
Messrs. Nas, in Delarnc, Sweden, two
electric light lamps, placed at opposite
ends ot the builriincr. liihf nn moKino
room, 112 feet lone and 00 feet wide, al-
mosi bsj vngm as;uay. nen tne lamps
were put in a position to shine outside
the buildinc. th flnoct nrlnr omiM Ko
n. - ...-- .... VVllllt m
read at a distance of 3(XJ feet. The cost of
tne two lamps or machines together was
Sales of Silver at the Treasury
Fl A A
The Keutncru fcllumliuu.
WaSUINiUTOV. March 97 Iflj i.nu.
- - -- - mm m a t a W
lirODOsed at WaOiinirfnn tvi
the geographical limits of military di
visions ana departments. It is believed
me oraer maEiug the chantrei 'will be di-
j iiictjinuin as soon aa tne
present Southern difficulties sball be .et-
uctj, auu uiai Louisiana, AiUsUaippl and
the other portions of the South constitu
ting the department ot the gulf, and now
wiimn the limit of the military division
Ot the ililnonrl u-lll in i,.nifu...j . .....
military division of the Atlantic, under
I-ACKARO, THE i.NEAB.
At the Cabinet meeting to-day, the sec
retary of war read several telegrams re
ceived by him last night and lo4iay from
I ackard, the purport of which it is not
considered proper to make public.
The Treasury Department has been a
large purchaser ot (silver on the recent
decline in price which followed the liber
al .ales in London by the Germau irov
ernment. The director of the mint, who,
uuder instructions of the secretary of the
wtM.urj, iturciiasc. suvcr lor coinage,
emphatically deule. that tlie alighted fa
vor ha beeu shown auv ki'lin i i.niiin
all purchases having been made
on mo vetii attainabe tonna
the rovcrnment. The
July last, has beeu niainly an article of
iuutuuu, tome operators purcbasing
nuiuiux nn m nse, ana others selling
lorlntundeliwryia anticipation of a
r.'"' " .uai me oruinary quotation.
L'i.iiei ork nd sn ''rancisco are gen
lUw 9 w,llt:, bullion dealer, can
T , . .7 ring irom the mines, aud
not the rate at which they aell. '
TTiler i. VV1" Poatis.atcr-Geueral
, and has hr Ji'i'f " PtoMter-geuenl
' m n" 'Ktn -tUng m mch almost con-
ft.ntly since JudireKev'a snholnlmPilt.
Judge Key has hern and Is still fully oc
cupies in awing to eolve the Sonthern
question and In the transaction of other
important public buines. Nearly I V
00 applications lor office have been re
ceived bv the DOhtmaster-ceneral duiinir
his brief incumbency and filed away for
Kiiie iiiiure reierence.
Regulations allow ins: the treaurer to
iuiiiisu giiver com om certuicatea vi ue
posit of the assit:iot treasurer uud na
tional bank depositories have been modi
fied to permit shipments ot silver di
rectly to parties making deposit. The
expense transportation is paid by the
department to points in lb United States
reaciieu through estab ished exnress
lines by continuous I all way or steamboat
communication, deposits to be in sums
not less thaiijl.uou, or its multiple, and
not exceeding $10,000.
the Louisiana commission.
Four gentleiueiit accept the appoiut
nient ol the lAuisiuiia couimi-'-ioii. One
vacancy remains. It i generally be
lieved General Harlan, of Kentucky, i a
member of the commission.
THE SOL'rnERN SirUATK'S.
The Southern gentlemen who have the
letters of Matthews and Foster decline to
take any step) towards their publication,
unless a reqiiest w ith that view should be
made directly by the whites themselves.
It appears that Governor Packard under
stood the order toGeneral Augtir ye'ter
d.iy as iuvolving the restoration ot thu'j.' i,
quo as it existed at the time of tbe presi
dential inauguration, which effect among
other things the release of Packard's re
cruiting officers, now held by the Nich
olls government on a charge of incitini;
insurrection, ihe proceedings of to
day comprise a letter from the Loui-ijna
dele-ration to Governor Aichoils, first
submitted to the president aud secretary
of war. in which icholls I informed
that the order to Gen. Augur was for the
purpose of obtaining information and in
volves no action on bis part in the way
ot endorsing anything that has been done
since the lu:ti'guration.
A ftrrnp f lluior.v A bun I Ilia Aii-
Mr. Brock read btfore the Virginia
Historical society a letter lroin Col. Jo
seph L. Chester, ol Londou. England,
who writes : "1 shall soon devote my
self to an exhaustive history ot the Wash
ington tamily of England, lor which 1
have been collecting materials during
the last litteen iears. You are probably
aware that 1 have destroyed the existing
iedigree ot the illustrious president, and
left him lor the luoun-nt without an
auccstor. My great anxietv now is to
trax his true ancestry, and 1 hope
to be, uccesful ; but tne diffi
culty is greater tliau suiild be na
uraiiy siipp..sed. Any tacts you can give
me lroiu the recoid.s ot your ute land
registry, say previous to I7''. could not
fail to prove of the gre:i?ft t;ble ser
vice to me. What I wanf. beyond every
thing else, is a copy ot the last will bt
John Vi aahiutoii, tlie eniigraiit ; but
this 1 tear is hopelc-dy lost, unless it Can
l found among the papers ot Bishop
Meade ; or it you could i-ossiblyjis'.-eriain
anything atx.ut the name ot the first wife
ot.Johti Washington, who. in his will
dated .September -'7, V'7o, ho states that
he brought from England and buried on
his plantation, with her two children.''
'the Virginia Historical society report
ed "the Virginia Land Begistry office
gives the uate ol tiie first patent "ot land
to Major John Washington as Jane 1,
101. The quantity conveyed was o.fxX)
acres in Northumberland or Westmore
land county. In l';7 a patent wa.s
grantei to him and Thomas Pope
jointly, in a saco--diijg patent, granted
to Lieutenant John Washington, the
lands were described a adjoining Na
thaniel Pope. A grant of land to Mrs.
Anne Pope a?un Washington, for lauds
in v eatmoreland coun'y, and dated Jan
uary 13. 1CC1, i also on record, she was
the second wife ot Colonel John Wash
ington. In the recorded grants of land to
members of the Pop..- family in one to
Thomas Pope he is mentioned as the
son ot Nathaniel, who received earlv ex
tensive grants ot land, and must "have
been a man ot infiuence.
"There is some ground lor the a-smn-tion
that Thoina- Pope, who was asso
ciated with John Washington, was the
brother of the second wile ot the latter,
aud that they (Ann and Thomas J 'ope;
were the children oi the Nathanlal P ope
already cited, who, it is more than prob
able, was the ancestor ot the present
very respectable Virginia family of this
name, branches of which furnished prom
inant representatives in Kentucky and
several of the Western .Sfcite-. Itissig.
nlticant that in the various scattered
branches ot this family the Christian
name Nathaniel is still a favorite one and
inevitably appears. '1 he retl. ction that
they are collaterally connected with the
Father of His Country may not V. an un
pleasant one to those implicated.
If it can be established that there had
been no issue to John Washington, the
emigrant, prior to his settlement in the
colony in 1007, there apears to be good
ground for the Rurnptlou that the two
children mentioned by him a having
been buried on his plantation with his
wile were the oaly Issue by her, since he
was already married again in January,
1001, to Anne Poje. and the maternal
ancestress of Gen. George Washington
would thus b positively assumed in
A hue Pope."
A Reservoir Dam in Connect
icut Gives Way,
And Sweeps Everything Be
Immense Damage to the Mill In
terest Thirty Buildings
Ike l.ota in Siall.trtl Sluiif OtrlH
Pkowuknci., II. L. March -.'7.-A
Hartford dispatch to the llultftin ,ay
the htuflbrdiville reservoir dam gave way
thUmomlnsf, wteping every thin"
along the valley irom Mallordsville
through Old Furnace to Stallord sprii"
J he national bank ol .suBordsville, the
I ongregatioual church, L. W. ( rauc's
store, the freight depot, and all the houses
on the island at fetaftord Springs were
destroyed. All the bridge between the
scene of disaster and 1 ollan were wash.
. w?y2 frobahlrt l-i in St a fiord
alone is $2,000,000. No Ion lit e j, yet
The loss iu Stallord'.villeL very heay,
the mills suflering more or ie.a dama-'e
and work will have to be suspended in
1- JS u"'11 t,,e "eservoir can be rebuilt.
L. w. Converse & Co. '. mills have four
seU of card, and l,(so spindles, and em
ploy a large number of hands. 'Ihe
Home Company, Home Manufacturing
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Down go tho Fricos of
We are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Ever brought to Cairo. Tbese trouds are purchased l j Mr. Famhaker who resides iu
-sew i ora, ana taaes on wiue in eieriinir anl liuviiu iukI wnat toe market
needs aDd at prifrs to suit toe times, i on will do well by cslling
cd u. to look at our good an J pnres. Wc niske
A Snecialtv Of Gents'
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FARN BAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. in Winter's Block.
Company, and Home Woolen Company
are also situated there. The latter runs
OXI spindles. The Staflbr 'svllle Woolen
Company has three set ot card. The
exat los of these companies is not
In Stafford Springs are the mills ot ;
Charles Fox A: Co., with six set of ;
eard; the Converse Compnnv, with!
seven sets of cards and i.SOw spiudlt s. In :
LUis, the Converse & Co., the Miiural '
Springs Manufacturing companv, with !
six set of cards and 1.740 spindles. j
In Stafford are the Vallev Company's ;
mills. Glinn mills, with 2.000 spindles, .
firanite mills, with 3,r00 spindles. Val- j
ley .Manufacturing company. Phuuix
woolen mills and Kossiter company, each j
with four sets ot cards. ,
The Granite mills and tenement house i
at StarTordville were all swept away, and i
also stores and store houses.
"tite Senator Julius Converse tele
graphs tiiat all dams on the stream from !
Mafiordsville to a point below the
springs, w ith all the bridges, arc gone. !
Probably not less than thirty houses !
were de-'troyed. and the loss will b very 1
large. The dam was considered sale, but I
the heavy rIns on Monday afternoon !
and evening tilled the reservoir to over- !
flowing. The breaking away was w holly ;
unexpected, but the reservoir being set
up .some distance above the Village, the
alarm reached the people in time for
them to eflect their safety. It is thought
that one or two lives were lo-t. The val
ley is made a complete wreck.
ENFORCING THE BLUE LAWS.
A I own in Whlrli lrole hpc I orbltl
den l f.itju) I he iu o It t it ou Stuii
(Stw Vor' Suu.)
Si'iu Nokwalk, Conn., March i:i.
1 or the past two weeks the authorities
of this place have been endeavoring to
revive the old "Blue Laws" with regard
to the observance 01 the Sabbath, which
were enacted one hundred years airo, and
have never been repealed. On Sunday
barbers are forbidden to open their shops
lor the accommodation ot their custo
mers, newsmen are not permitted to sell
the New York papers, and the hotels are
obliged to exerci-e considerable precau
tion in order to obtain them. Milkmen
cunnot serve their customers with their
morning supply of milk, and thereby
great inconvenience is caused.
It is impossible on that day to hire a
carriage for a pleasure drive, as the stab
lemen are commanded to let their con
veyances only to persons wuhing to drive
to church. The t-treet cars also are or
dered to stop running ou undav, but In
a measure this order is disobeyed, and a
few cars are run during the day. Police
men patrol the streets, and whenever a
number of boys, who do ;not appear to
be bent on any particular business, are
found together they are immediately or
dered to home, under penalty of
being locked up should they disobey.
It is reported that iu a lew instances
carriages have been questioned as to
whether they were going to church or
not. But this kind ol interferauce has
been found to be impracticable, as the
answers to such questions are frequently
given in a verv emphatic and forcible
manner. Even the sextons of the church
eshavebeti notified not to ring the
bells, because they were paid fordoing
so, but this order U disobeyed, and the
bells are still rung regularly as here
totore. The citizens are v-ry much annoyed
by these InUTlerances with their rights,
and considerable indignation has been
shown. Many are u-ry outspoken in
their expressions of di-approbation at
the enforcement of thee laws, and it is
not Improbable that steps will be taken
to do away with a code that U univer
sally regarded as a public nuisanee.
The Hmme ol Heireeulitllc.
(WiuLiiiKton S,eti,l tlJ tie Jialtinior fctiu)
The clerk ot tho house of representa
tives has up to this date received two
hundred ami eighty certillcates ol the
member elected. There are understood to
I e thirteen contested case nut iu Cali
fornia and one in Missouri that are be
tore the courts. 'Hie names Jot two hun
dred and eighty members w ill be called,
of whom one hundred and titty are dem
ocrats, thus giving, a clear democratic
majority of twenty on tho organization
otthehou,e. Mr. Itandail, who is here,
has it is claimed, seventy vote pledged
to him. Mr. MorrUou, it i aid. can
control fioin twenty to thirty, which he
will entry over to Haudail when he finds
that he ha no chance himself. It is said
that 1.011)0 '.Southern republicans have
made overtures u Mr. S.iyler, but it i
more than likely that there is nothing at
all in this statement. Mr. Cox's vote,
t is said, can only be used as a w hole for
him, and w hen lie Is out cl the way w ill
scatter, 'i'hei iH ift'iieral expreused be
Ii f thai John Thomplon will here
elected a- sergeatit-at-aruis, while a new
man will mcceed Mr. Putter aa door
keeper. Mr. Caldwell, of Alabama, has
considerable support for the clerk-ship,
bt Mr. Adam, will in all probability be
Muitimt- t.UMlt lhi..U1td
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Addt.J 1.. .V ' !'' X'Ut. jraoii r.ipt c Hi dm.
K'i ,l,w ..to "
Furnisiiinn- finndd nnil
To every reader of thi t.nfer who r?n i: this
rertiiloc.e en l fl we will lurward, for one r.
Tlie Tn-iMUre," inM(n.licent IMuMmted
Monthly Journal anil Hniiii.rner' Mairainr,
und itie cojiv of our nw and rU-fanl itmiuiu
" ASKING A BI.KP1G."
A rj.st-r.- of the Ousaeldorf wh.ml if trcr.ni
1'aiiitinir, liy l'rof. .Ionian, sue i"i.Ji:,'tx
rcuted in the highest tyle of the art. Kctail
i ric- of. which 1 ', and a copy of the lollow
ing beautiful prm tlesfiriptlve of the rhruuio, in
ejefcanl illuiuinatel colon for framintf .
.At I but wait, pood wile, tn inn le
I hare llr-i a wonl to say;
I'd von know what to iai' i
Mother, 'tis our wedding dv!
.lust i now, we aat at Jt r
when theitues-s hail it- ne awav;
Yell sat tint niile, I nt thij
ony year .-.i to-duy !
il.enwhat plan we laid e-71-lher;
What lirsve thinirs I nwant to do!
1 ouM wedreaiu to-dav would lin'l 110
At this table tne nd Vou :
lutteran, no luubt and vet I
sometime think 1 rennet tell
lUd our t.oy ah, n! I know, de-.o;
v, He doeth all thing well.
Well we've had our joyi and miituw-,
Shared, our Hide a Well tear-;
Ard the lt of all I've ha-l ur.
r itbl'ul love for tor: yJ nil
I'l.-.r we're been, but not loraaVi I. :
i.rief we're kntin, but never sl.an.e
1 ather f r Thy eteMen toercie
.stiil we blest, 1 by Holy name:
lrie eaeh rominia-
onand five you erclusive territory, enl
u one dollar, avoid uuneceseary corresiMMi
den. e, iweire your tcrTitorr, and jro to work at
once. I pon receipt of which we will forward
ajrent ' oiiwlt. eertirlcte or agency, elo. speci
men ropie lo ents. none free.
Address The Treasure Publiahinir Co,
No. meUr Stru New VoikJ
rOKTV VEAl-S Ki l llKK hik PCMLIC.
DR. C. MvLANE'S
C I. L Ir. li H A 1 t 1
I :-' 11.1 (.1
Hcj-it.'ii Liver C'oir.plaint,
ln :Hh!.l ANti Mi K KfcALiVJhi.
Symjiroiiis it" a lJ-i,ca.c.l Liver.
1ylS iu the- right side, under the
cdfd'tlic r;!.s, in rea -s on pres
sure ; omctimirs tLe pain is in the left
iidc; t!)C Dtieiit i ; rarely able to lie
on tlie left -i(!e ; s-iiicttir:c the j ain
is kit ur.dcr the .lio'ild. i-LLdc, and
it frt.-jutntly ex'-' ;i , tu the top of
the shonldcr, ruid i, -omttimes rnii
t.ki.n for a il..t.ti-..:i;t.-, ia the arm.
'ihe 'tomai h i- :.!.. tul with locsof
.'I petite r.r.d : 1.-,. . ; the Lov.eli in
..r.erjl ;,r.- ( n tic, tnr.es alter
l...!iie with i: : ) ! ii troubled
w lib p:iin, an ;.ii j :.i ki! v. ith a dull,
heavy seifiu'i :,. .i.c hai V. jcrt.
1 here i3j.ci r.;;y;-.,o!. n;er..bk los";
ot ineiiiot.:. 1 -1 1 t . : . . i t 1 iii :i jcin-
f il ...!. fi n Ol I .1 " h i, lltitloiiC
1 oii.cti. ..i.i ' 1.. 4 ; t te- Luve ln.t-0
il jr.L-. A - ii !.,(!,;, . oil li i-. -tiint
time-; r.n a;ti,.':.i,i. '1 he- j atieid
f oinj.iairi 0 w-:.'.i ir,; , and debility ;
he is 1.: .i!y .,t .Ml '1, bis Lit aieeoltl
or Imii. iiii', .i' nl lw ioinj,h.irts of a
pri kly scii-.aioti of the .-kin ; hi
f pints are l,w ; ainl although he U
sati fid that t cn i v.oultl be belie
fi. ial to him, jet lie t art searcely
SMiinnon up fortitude ciiouph to tr
it. In fact, he di-1 ru .ts ev 1 ry rem
edy. Several of the uboc yyrnp
toni; attend the di east-, but ta-.es
hae ixr tirred where bwof thtm ex
isted, c t exaiiiiii .tion of the body,
alter d.aih, h.i, n,wn the l r. 1 k to
ha'.e been t vtlc iv ly tlclan('i.d.
AC v 1: A Nli ri;v l.K.
1k. ('. M I.;.i ' . J.nik 1'in.s
IN oasi s 01 .'t .l i. A.vu I'hu, when
taken with Qui k- piodiu tivt
pftlierno-th r. -tilts. Nubetter
catliariie ati b - t: .d, prejiaratory
to, or after t-kin (jt.iuine. We
would advi e nil v. ho are afflicted
with this ui-A isi t., give them A
t air iki.M..
lor all Uiliuii.. tli-rangenients, and
ai a simple .urgtie, they are un
UKU AIIK OP IMITATION.
'lhc giiinii e 1)k. C. M4. Lane's
Li vi u I'll i.s are iievtr Migar coated.
lAeiy box has a ml wax beal on
the lid, vii!i the impression Dr.
M. Lane's Lii k l',i i.
llie eeiniii.e M4. Lane's Liver
I'll.LS btar the m'. nature:; of C.
M4.Lane;imI 1 1 1..UIN0 liia.s. on the
W- In-i-,t ou jour dniist or
store kerier tisrue u the genuine
U. ('. M4. Lm: ., Li m r I'm i s, pre
pared by 1'h 11. in l!ios , i'itisburoh,
Sold by all rt..ptc table iliuejiists
arid country Moukei jur generally.
T itio- wi.hiiv to give l. t". M'IK'
I im hulk j ir.-l, k, pu.t f a d to aoy
'rt .1 lb l imed Sute-, L.14 ix of kill luf
trnty tivc ctnis
tU MING URO-i.. Pitt-biujh, P.
Keucommended by 3ENEKAL PLKASANTON
Kor the cure of UrrH ilus of UIKASKS. Al-o Used lor MimuUtibir Vc-tetation
e bate In itor-k pood Mipply, ami ran fninisli liht to any dctiliod ai-men-don1,
urd tt pi lee that will not Juntlly tbote in watt in
r tiding to other maiket.
The Perfeotion of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
WAS AWAKHF.lt 1 UK-
By tbe .liiron and CoiLn.i.i,tiPi of tl,
Coateaalal lateraaticnal Eachibitiou.
An the L'f-nt liluuiiDatlns 01', fr Its e xt.-aordicarj luetic of .-'afety ar. 1 Knlliar
KLAINK wat also awarded a Odd Medal at tlie JM tj-turtf I j o.l'i'.n : an J w it
a.Jujitnl, alttr a tu.r'tigli m ieutitiit and j rai tietil te.t, l.y tl.t-
I'N'TKD STATE- tiOVEK.NMF.NT bK.HT IIol K DEI'AK I MI N I .
ABd reeled a Li:li ooDitnendution troiuthe Kuatd of I t.lted Statri ttiil,oat Ir.apec
tor, WaiiLitigton, I. ('.
Insurance Coiiil auii ratf I.I.A1M, the suiiii a l.a ll' .
LLA1NK is use.l eti u.anj ol tl.e bailmal., Strut Car and Hotel, of itic cou-tr
and Inaugurated .i penor to otiy r.tbi r oil in the market
Can be tned in any Itrop.
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FIRE ! fl ! Fl !
WATER! WATER! WATER!
FurnishinK Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes.
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing the
Of Goods saved from the late fire by
Will be Bold within next tbe Thirty Days at a
Come One Come all to Gl OHIO LEVEE.
EuirlNh Brutiseli. Three Tlv and ln-rrain
l-to, tstair C'arpcti.Velvct l'.Ufe'n, C'ruuib
Clotbii, Oil Clotlm, etc., very cbean
at tbe Old l'lui-e
112 FULTON ST.. NEW YORK
Carpets carefully packed and ent to aa
part ol tbe United States trecofubarge.
rjVSENO FOR PRICE LIST. k:
J . BENDAI.L
So id Ohio Lave.
G OB AL S POT
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer lu
H. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SPEC. AX atwntloi firm tocODilg-nmant and
W. II. MABEAN.M D.
. Eomsopiihle Physician i:l Suipos
(Dr. Itrlisliaru SucetorO
Office 136 Commercial Ave.
i-l-lm Cairo, l.liuoU.
SiKcial attrition eiven 'to tbe' trtaimra
Cbrouic li.a O't iiaS rculiartg