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THE DAILY CAIRO BULI
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURMY MORNINO, MAY 30, 1878.
NEW SERIES NO. 25.
KNEKAI. DKt.IVKHY opi-n ":) . m.f dona
VM : i. w. J huniUy : a to a. rv
. Mowy Order Depart ai'iiit open at Hi. m.; cloaea
it 5 p. m.
Thrnuirh Iipreaa Mull tl Illinois Central and
3H"lipl Central Vallrnad rltam at ):) p. m.
Cairn unci 1'oplar Blntf ThrouKU Mid Way Mall
clown a' Iftdnu, m
Way Mall via Illinois Central. Calm am) Vln
reiinea uml Mlas.aalppl Ceulral Rallruada domi at
IMS p. iu. ' '
Way Mall for Narrow (ianifu Railroad cloaea at
( aim ami Kvnallln Hlvr Itoatu clow at H:.W
p. m. daily (eiecpt Krlday).
Arrival and Departure of Train.
ll.I.l.NOIH CKNTHrtl, RAILROAD.
Kvpn-aa !:ip.i. li:1'la.m.
Mall 4;iJ am. IMOp.w.
Hndtflit'. T:t.ni. 4-tWa.m.
t-'rvitflit H:. m. 4:' p.m.
CA2KO AM) Vl.NCKNNKS HAII.UOA1).
Mull Winipin. 4:4.1a.m.
MV in, I. M ASH hOlTHKHS RAILROAD.
Kfpr' .. . ... Villain. 'i:'i p.m.
CAIRO AND hT. Loll RAILROAD.
Thninsh Kpre t 5:lp.m. aai.m.
M iriilii.liori. Acinirmlavthiii.l4:5 p m. il:4l.ni
Kv'ept Sunday. tKfri'pt Monday.
l ily Offlrt'ri.
Mavor- Henry Winter.
Tr-'aa-ir-r-B. V. lurkr.
t l.Tk -I. II I'liilli.
i nuii-'lor--Wiu. B. iill"rt.
M ir-hul- H Arter '
Alti.rl.' V W. 0 M,l,.e.
I'ulli e Mnj-lntrale I J. Bird.
B'lAltn ik Al iiKiianv.
('('' Wiird-"n Vi il id. Wm. ll'Callahan.
rwi.n.) ar4 -WitoU HitU'iilioiite. . It. Tbi'ld'
Third Wird - W. I'. W riant. J'llni Wood.
Ki.nrih Ward -Charle. II. Paller, l. J. Knley.
Filth Ward T. W. llallld.iv.Chaa. Latieuter.
( -.riiiV .filial'-D.J. Baker.
in ni: 1 l rW - J. A. llitvea.
viie.- Indu'e-U. . Via um.
( ..Mil' . rlerk -S. J. Hnmm.
4 ouiii . Mtoruey- W. C. Mnlkey.
.eiD' l. ain-r A. J. Ald'-ii.
n -r.". I' t-T n;;i.
linn er V. F'!i.Vfl -. .
4'ieiii!v r..ni!i-iww --?. W. Hallldny, M. V
row ii. 1 1- n W. !frii;iiuii.
till IU H.
K!!li AN M. K - Fiiurl- iitli ulr-ei. helm-en
V r. it and t'idjir ire-'i"-. ifrvHv thhatl II
a ni in. 1 T : Hi ;i. ill. ; Miudij S hiMil I :.t p. m.
C'lilll 'i I .N i -- KiliU- ith tre. t; oire'luu' bah
I. it i M U ;i. m.; prearklliv iai a-iiiBally..
'Ill II' II UK THK. IIKUKKMKK -KplopH
V Fie.fi mil lr.i-l: Murnluy praveni (Halihaibi
."i n ni : iveninir prner. . ii p.m.: ffililwtli
m 'i.xj'i ' ( III Bel M .) Iliilnll (. lur.
pilT M ItHMlN AICV BAITIxT t IH'Ifll
1 I'rea. I.iii' a! IU i 1 m . 1 Mi . and " ' p. m.
Ml.tiatli Imi! lit ;. p. in. B'-. T. -I. Meir.
II Tllr.ltAN TliirteMli ir.',(: f.rNi.,.. s,,l,.
4 In.' u '. 1 ii .m. mid T: I1 p. m.; t'llidiy - hi ail v
in U . Iiiifrwiitier, ntnr.
MKTIfilMsT '. fclifhth ai.d Walnut r- ':
,e Uliavr Nh'i'wIu M m in- aud T p, m :
.rii-r ni lln.'. Wedm-adav T:i p. ni : "uiidny
!!''. ip. in. I!"i A I' 1iirrUmi. patnf.
HKllYTKIll.S Klliili ir.ei: pri-nthiBj mi
Mli'mMi ni tn.ai a iii and 7:i. in '. prni-r
m :n.. ilii..,U m ; i p in : Miielny n liuul
:ii ! p. in Itev II Y r.'e. pa. iur
CKHiMl FKKKWII.I. IIMTI-T Fin.niili
O ptn- i. i iiii Waluui ainl I ' dur ireii; r
yli e. 4iiSi.nl !t at and ::' p. in.
ST .Ii i .-!l'll -i ll'iiu.ni iViileiiH' turner i'n
lnl Wallint lfeel; pert lie Slllibnl tl l'.M'a.
iii : i.iti;,i' IiimiI ni i p. in ; Y'-pp' T" I p. m : r-
i. ... , ,U. al p. III.
ST I'X'I Hit K S .11. .nun I'athn'ii'.t urt,er NIMIi
. p'r... in. I Hn'liiin'iiiii iwiiii..; , r ! 'i
aai.i! I" a in : .--I" ' p ; '"itnlay "r..!
J p in . r Ii i- eery dn) nl " p in. Il"v. K. .aliei.
WT llr.x. .IKW Kl.lt V. KIV.
TAi;l.l!IKI 1 .
KlVAI,'l) A. Hudkk
, Siki. it tn K. i W. lit. I ri.
MAM KAt Tl lilMi JKWKI.KR.
And D-i'.'M In
Watches, ( locks, Kino .Jewelry
1 r. Kivrhth St. ami Vuiliiii;rtiiii Avf.
Watrlmiiiker A Jeweler
ND. t KKillTIt STHKKT.
JJ. tM.eell I .imilli'leia! anil I I'lliliil 111
Wa-hli'.'tmi five-.. f Mill". III.
flNK WATCH WUKK A srWIAI.TY.
tW Al! kind" nfHnlld Jewelry mnde to order.
WH"I.KI,K WINKS AND I.IylDKS.
SMYTH aV CO.,
liu!e..'iie ami Iti'pill Ik nl'f In ; . ''
Foreiirinniil Domestie Liquors
WitH'S oi all Kunls.
NO. OHIO J.KYKK.
MKffl.'". SMYTH .V 1 1. Imve iiiti.tntiily a lnri.e
tiiek nl' the I.e. I eniidp In the market uml ulx
r.;i". I.ll niieutli'll tn the lnilenle liliilirll of I In'
I'VINIV tII. WAIX KVI'K.H. KTf.
tn: AM.it t
rnints,( ils,Ynrnishes, brushes
i 1 . .
WliuI'Mv (ilaxf. Wlmltiw Sliiuli'M, Ktc.
A',H" HI lllllld Hie eelll.n III! -alNATINII
Broaa' IlitlMlttsr. Vim-',
ineri'inl Aw., s
Jt UUlliUI r ,on aa i Hair H- m wifr.
CAUBOLINK "M 'Xfik; 09
VyiVIVin-flallH Ta p,,,,,,,,, cbeinltila.
C MiltOT 1XV Uthaatoilnoorlalimint
VyiiIUljKr, uij-heat mi'dlral wthority.
vyiiviivjjl Ti tbu lo. anil vlir or jrixiirt
The Gkxuixk Auticle
To Had at Barclay'.
Cullii r. Siuilii rn. l'liiveniv- jmy ntln r lirari'l
w fintfi I ')itiip at H;irrl:iyi.
Kri in li :uiil .Viiier'u .in t lii tiji nt K;in l:iyi'.
l.lm-k, IriK-n. Itltic, Vcllnw, I'r-iwn K'il;in.l
.ill riiliii-. -cliViij nt Ipiirt'luya'.
PI'KK LINSEED OIL,
Hiiw mill IJ..i!.il Tl'ltl'KXTIXK. JAI'AX.
IlH.VKlt-vl ii at l..n l iy.
( 'nu ll. Knrnitiiri', I);iin:ir t!i Wt. to 1m
)i:nl ;it Il.in l iv".
C 1JHOT 1 V 't',-''"', f''"l nr sravhalr
v .lhinijii.ui iii If iintiimU'ol.ir.
( ' MIllOT V "", 'Ive - Mature, tin
1 1UI" Mal. la hl)r ,,.,,,11,,
CARROLINE1" " ""r "r
( ' M'ltnT I V l.' Keep, the Inilr tniil-l fiiiil
U,M 'lala l , l.N, I,
C MMUM Xukealhe tialr liK.lt tititil-
"', ' - iai mid iieiiutiml.
C MHU)I.1K Hellwbimi. fraunnt. anil
t .lllil.Ui p ,, ,. ,!.,
A Von dew of the, Age !
..Qo to 1) rt'lav. -i
fJMITH, HACK A CO., ' ' :
W 1 i . i I If . i I ' 1 ! M
MO. :tOU BIIOAD HTRRBT.
Heapectfully Solicit Conaiinmonta of
I'ltOVIHIOXS. PROOITK. fiUAIX AND
fp") whlth th-y lll ;'lti. ran-fnl tnd prompt t
Xtentmu They ve pr'-parrd to make liberal
f ... ' t ;-i .
ind will iiae their Vat effort fnr the Intereata of
the..1 favor!!),; them with eunnithJiieata.
Itef.-r. bv pernlalon. to Natiokai. HA.R.nl' Ait
rii'ta: Nathixai. Hn'iiAHor. Kami of An 'inin. (i i.
-Tf KKUHYIID.VT aiTtr
r'.i.ji F". -i r: 'i p'.
1 1 l. in.
'.' ;i tn.
M:"-uir: l.uj..','. Ketnaiky Ld':
il a. ni.
10: H a. m.
4 W p in.
'I a. in.
11 p. ni.
I p m.
7 ,. m.
THK WKKKI.Y BIT.f.CTIN.
Ti l K CAIRO
FORTY-EH iHT COLl'MNS
0 ri ir i n a 1 .in - i Cure t'u 1 1 v Select etl
KKADIXG MATT Kit.
IM'HLISHKO ON THURSDAY
'2.()0 Lt'r Aimiim
I.ivirtahly In Adviuiic.
;1..') to Cliibf of Ten and 1'pwurd!
LMfNDItV. MACIIIXK SMo AX 0
1 STKAM FOIWK.
Vl'ECAN Ih'O.Y W()KKS
m OHIO I.KVKK, CAIRO, IU.S.
John T. Rennic,
HAVItietnlillheil hlawirk nt llm ultovu men
tinned pl iee I. heller prepared tlnin ever hir
hiaiiiH.ii'liirliiK Mti'iiii Ktniineaiiml Mill Mai liitierv .
liming a Sleiuil lliitntner mid mnple TimiIm. (he
maniHiii tiir i of all klmla or Mfiehlnen-, Knllrnad.
Hteainlio it find Bridge Korlnn nimle a'apiadalty.
Kapei-lal alttiii:,ni Ktveii o repair-rtrUnirlnr-aiind
MiM liliiery. i . , , ... . i
Bra(.''ia'lii4a-iiCail iillld" lllilda tnler. )
Pipe I'ltlliitt In ill l: Uruiu'lKH. '
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Livkiipooi, tiny 29, 1 :'M p.m. Oirn
new, Z4 IM-aH-i; old, 37.- !Ma27 9d.
Wlit quit and unclianl.
LrvKBP00L,My 29, 3:!J0 p.m. Wheat
hinvy; winter UfklU lid; rtiriutr, U&
9s ltd; California aviTiip, 10s rjillti(i
Cttlifurnii club, 10a 10(4ll U1. Corn
ni-w, 24it 8l(34it lil.
LivsKPtuju May 2!, 5 p.m. Unchungi'd.
'KVT YOItK (illAIS.
,Xew Yonic, May 2, 12:20 p. m.
?J ., iiili t! V... 4 f'iiVeimi. tl fjf Nil. a
Milwaukee, fl M; nil winter, $1 10(3.
1 20; amlier, l 20(2,1 2:1. Ctirn quiet;
steamer, 47$; Xo '), 40c; No. 2, 4(ft
cirrc.voo oriArs and phodi.ck.
CiiK Aiiu, May 2!, lii u. m. Pork
July, 23 liid ; Anwf 1 40 wller. -
Ciiic vio, Miy 2D, 1:05 p. m. Pork
June, 7 H't ask ei; July, fl OOftS 02;
August, $i Vitlr.H 17'.j. Corn May
''( ; Jim '. :Hi58r: sales June, M 'jjc bid ;
July, 37,y. Whi'itt-June, f 1 02 : July,
CincAi.o, May 21, 12 in. ('orn June,
''')i(!li'')c: July, .'iogii.'ii;; Auixust,
:!H.;e. Pork. May. S bid: June. 0:,
x 07 ,': July, U 201 2'.";. Wheat
June. 07 ','pj.!7,''; July, !:i(ri!:i4-.
Cnu-Aiio. May 2i. 2:17 p.m. Pork
Atiu'ibt. '.n i fa 40: Mav, sales
June. 071 j' : sales July. $1 20. Corn
July. :!:;!., if.:t:i. Wheat June. 0"4.i4'(j.
Ciik r.o. May 21. 2e'JD p.m. CVira
July. :i;i ,(r(-:ii''e; Auiri-t, :j7.f?:74'f
Pi.rk June. Js -,(); July, s 40VS 42lj.
Cinrvoo. May 2!l iCioMn report).
Pork-June. 4 07','viS 10; July. 22,li
hiil. Wheat May. 10 1: June. H7ljfrfi
!i7i.'c: Julv. !r'ue. Corn Mav. :.Tf
June. .'IT.jc: July. :i"?Hc '"d-
LKSS TIIUKATKXIXO OUTLOOK IX
Austria Preparinir to Jiet'eiid' Her In-
Skiilx-lotf ( 't i i 1 1-. I l'n' tin KtH'iit
THK 01T1.0OK I.liSK DAN'ir.KOt'S.
London. May 2. Atfiirs at Contanti
nople lii':;in to lunk less dangerous. Tie
advanee of ItiN'iian cavalry to IVrinji.
with th:' attempt to seize Pi'ri,'o. with the
view ot'ruminaii'lin the mml to K ivah, is
now ilisavoweil hy tien. Todlelien. (ten.
Skobe'oir, who ordered the occupation of
Perinji. is declared to have
KXI'KKDKI) HIS MTIIOHITY
and ooniinitted an indixTefion. The Itus
sians have withdrawn I'riun Perinji. and
(Jen. Toil!t;li:n is said to be exceedingly
careful to prevent anything at this moment
which would cause suspicion or create an
indiscretion. The withdrawal from Perinji.
and the new from the Kurnpean capitals
have m relieved the previous tension that
little fear is now entertained of an acciden
tal collision, lloth the Itussiaii and Turk
ish omVers an? indulgim in pleasure excur
sion The work of preparing Ibrtitications
is irrvatly relaxed.
to the congress, i-isii 'd by (Jermany. state
in effect that the rnnfrress'will meet in Her
lin to discuss the treaty of San Stefam).
THK IIIINOH 1)1 K TO I1ISM Alt! K.
Corresxindent.s at Paris and Vienna say
the good ottices of Prince Ilismarck have
I n lar;e!y instrumental in briiiKintf nliout
the n'sult without humiliation to Kussia or
risk to Knirlitud.
The Austrain and Hungarian delegation
will meet this eveninif, when Count Andras.
sy will submit a written explanation of the
Knvernnient' motives for availing itelf of a
sixty million credit. It is exiectcil that he
will state that Au .ti'ii only proposes to take
defensive and preventative measure.
of San Stefano contain" several articles af
feclinix Austrian Interest. These it is Imp.
ed the coni;res will modify in a mftniier
favorable to Austria, nevertheless it i nec-es.-ary
that she should prepare forall eventu
alities. (lOUTSCII K0KK IICTTKII.
Sr. PKTKHsiirito. May 2" Prince ( lort.s
chakotf has o far recovered from hi ill
ness as to In able to leave his bed.
ItKI'OUT I NKOIMlKI).
IIkhi.in. May 2". The reports that in
vitations to the congress have already been
dispatched to the powers are unfounded.
NO ( II INIiH IN Til W HITt' 'l'lo.
London, May 2. Titer his been no
change in the stat of affair iu the trike
districts of Lancashire. The master and
operatives continue obstinate, uml there is
no prospect of an immediate itccommoila
timi of their differences,
HKASON FOH WAII IMIKI'Alt VTION.
Vikn.na, May2H. Cinint Audris.y to-day
inforinetl the dele'jntes that the ino'inn by
could not allow itself to occupy it position of
moral deHinilence iijioii other power.
Military pn'paration were necestry, be
cans i if. the co.'igreM, of the a wm'iliu'j; of
which titer was' now a near prospvt,
should 1 Ntd to a Kiimpeati il'iderstandl.i'j:
tlic moment would have come for changci,
in all the frontier relation, which might
cause complication!. The fjoTernment de.
Hired to atrenirthen th force in Daltnatia
and Tratuylvunia, to strengthen a few tie.
tensive positions ami to awura lines of com
munication in the event of military concen
tration. It would strive for the mainte
nance of jieace and reaolutely defend Eur
opean and Ms ial Interest.
A riUYKIl FIIOM KKY TO HAVR HiTKS- HE
WAIIK OK AN011IKU CIVIL WAR.
WAui!(OTOr, May 2H. In lieu of per
sonal answer to many letter received
from friend in the south disclaiming vin
pathy with any effort to unseat lreident
Ilaye, Pontmaster (ieneral Key ha written
the follow oH-n letter t the people of the
WasiiinoTh, May 2, lffT.
Circumstance attending the pasaage of
the Potter resolution to investigate alleged
fraud in the presidential election of 1871
in the itatca of Louisiana and Florida, ti
gether with mibsiypientdeelarafkiisof many
Influential Democratic rmlitician and jour
nalist' evidence if IkiHi houses of the' Forty-sixth
congress are Democratic the major
ity intend to oust Hayes and inaugurate
Tilden. The title of President Hayes wa
settled irrevocably by the Forty-fourtli con
gress in an act creating the electoral com
mission, under w hich he was legally declar
ed elected and legally inaugurated. The
Forty-fifth congres has no more right to dis
pute his election than he has to question the
title of any victorious contestant to his scat
in that liodv. The forty-sixth congress will
have no more right to Ignore him tuid to
recognize lus defeated contestant, Mr. Til
den. than Mr Hayes would have to send a
rile of soldier to the house of representa
tives to unseat a Democrat whom he might
consider to'-" have been wrong
fully seated or fraudulently elect
ed. The leaders in this desper.it. 1 attempt
to Mexicanize our institutions rely confi
dently upon a "solid South" to furnish the
bulk of the Democratic majority in the
next house of representatives, the senate In
ing already secured, lteincnilieringthe en
couragement which Northern Democrats,
in 11400 and 1401. extended to southern
states to secede and the manner in which
tlrir promises of aid and comfort were ful
fil lei I. can Southern people atfonl to join
this revolutionary movement with certainty
that when the inevitable hour of peril
comes, they will again be left unassisted
and alone to meet the storm from the north
once more, united by this attempt to revive
an issue whose .settlement was forced by
public opinion upon an unwilling congress.
In the dark days of February, H77, when
civil war over a disputed election was im
minent and patriots trembled for the safety
of llepubliciin institutions. Southern nieni
liers of congress averted the danger by com
pelling the completion of the electoral
c unit under the law which Isith parties in
congress had enacted, but now representa
tives from southern state with a very
few exceptions, have joined a move
ment to subvert the result of
their former patriotic action, and
to remand the country to that an
archy from w hich less than two years ago it
was saved by their efforts, (.rant that in
permitting autonomy of all state uml in
appointing citizens to office in the south in
stead of stranger lresident Hayes has but
discharged his constitutional duty", doc that
excuse southern representatives for attempt
ing to invalidate his title, which they es
tablished, or w ill it justify them in bringing
the country again in danger of civil war
in the effort to unseat him and inaugurate
Mr. Tilden f The south must now face the
moft inomentiis crisis in its history since
1111. To endorse the m-cnt conduct of
their representative is to admit the truth
if the charges that the people of the south
care nothing for the welfare of the Union,
desire the downfall of the Republic and
would rejoice to see it again involved in
civil war. If their representatives have not
reflected their sentiments, a I believe to
lie the. case, then the people of the southern
states should take care that in the forty
sixth congress they are represented by men
who will defeat the disturbers of the
public eace and prevent Mexican!
zation of our institutions. To do
this they may lie compelled to act inde
pendent of the Democratic party, ltecent
events have demonstrated the inability of
Democratic members of Congress to resist
th.' mandates of caucus and the terror of
the party lash, the one wielded and the
other iuspircd by men who seem w illing to
endanger the welfare of the country and
stability of Republican institutions for the
iakeof revenge on political oppoueuts mid
in hope of dividing '"the spoil of victory."
If the Democratic representatives of the
8 Atith could not resist the caucus command
to pas tlie Potter resolution unamend d
and without debate how will they be able
in the Forty Sixth Congress to resist a simi
lar command to ignore Mr. Hayes as iTcsi
dent and recognize Mr. Tilden. It i there
fore the duty of the Southern people to af
ford the crowning evidence of their renewed
devotion to the union in which they now
enjoy every right of ciliz tnship ami are
subjected to no restrictions not laid umiii
every citizen by sending Representatives to
the Forty-sixth cougrc pledged to resist at
all hazards the revolutionary schemes of
mischief maker who seem to have gained
control of the house of representatives of
the Forty-llt'th congress. To this end people
in every district should meet publicly, or
ganize and resolve to itpKirt no person for
c ingress who has given aid to this move
ment and who w ill not pledge himsi If to
sustain the title of President Hayes during
the term for which he was elected against
all attempts at its overthrow. Only in till
w ay can a grave danger to the republic be
avert "d and convincing proof lie given that
fi e (oatldence was not misplaced which
Preddent Haye iiiiinifeted In -the South
when he withdrew .troops from the State
hot'sc4 of South Carolina and Loitls'ana.
I have spoken plainly ami earnestly, fir
I feel that I should be unworthy to repres
ent the South In the administration were I
to remain silent now, Invited to the cabi
net as a Southern man to see that justice
was done to the South, required neither to
apologize for my record nor to disown my
polltjelal principles, it I my duly now hi
warn the people of the South of the danger
which threaten the cotintry. No ru in mt'd
hotte that the scheme of the men who have
engineered the movement to unseat lYcai
dent Hayea can lie carried out without a
lihsxly civil war. To avert thin danger I
confidently rely ujion the patriotism and
Honor ot tlie people ot my nativo aection.
l'gnelj IXM. Key."
DR. SEYMOUR ACCEPTS.
Ki'HiNorntui, 111., May 28. The first an
nual convention of tho Springfield diocese
met here to-day. The committee appoint
ed at previous meeting to notify Rev. Dr.
Seymour of hi! election as bishop of the
diocese reportisl that they had' preformed
their mission and that the doctor had de
clined, A resolution wua then unanimously
adopted requesting him to withdraw th?
declination and this action was communi
cated to him by telegraph.
The following reply was received at 9
o'clock last night :
Nkw Yona, May 2i.
"To Iter. 4nr, D. Raster, Chairman:
"I withdraw declination and - accept.
Consecration in Trinity Church, New
York, on St. Rarnabtt day.
"Oko. F. SKimmm."
MARCHING OX A MEXICAN TOWN.
Nkw Oblkans, May 28. The News'
siKHjial say New Lairdo is threatened by
three parties of Lerdits, numbering 80o
men, under General Garsca Ayaela and
Colonels Cristo and Martinez. Their ad
vance is now within ten miles of the town.
The Mexican custom authorities have
come to this side with their book and re
cords. The commander despairs of hold
ing the town unless reinforced. General
Ayaela made a formal demand for the Plaza
tins morning. Three American merchants
are in jail for refusing to contribute to the
defense of the town.
EMMA BETHEL ACOTITTED.
CamdknyN. J May 28. Emnw Bethel,
who has bern on trial In the Court of oyer
and terminer for the murder of Nicholas
Bishop, was acquitted this morning. The
prisoner immediately after her discharge
was taken in custody by the Philadelphia
official to await trial in the court of quar
ter sessions, in that city, upon a charge of
A Manikkst Aust hditv. It is manifest
ly absurd to claim for a mere stimulant,
tonic and alterative properties. Yet this is
w hat is daily done by the vendors of cheap
local bitters, colored to make them look
attractive, and agreeably flavored, but the
alcoholic basis of which i of the vilest and
most hurtful description. The transcend
ent success of Hotetter's Stomach Bitters,
the leading alterative tonic of the United
States, has induced many of these compoun
ders of dram in disguise, to attempt the
counterfeiting of this standard medicine,
but their efforts have never proved success
nil on a large scale, and they have them
selves in many instance "come to grief,"
through the instrumentality of the law.
The genuine Bitters have, indei.il.. a
spirituous basis, but they are emphatically
a medicine, since their Imtaniu ingredionts
are signally etticcaioii in overcoming ami
preventing chills and fever, dyspepsia, liver
complaint, constipation, and many other
Havino made arrangements with Mr.
Robinson, the largest drairyman in South
ern Illinois, to furnish me with pure cream,
I will be able to sell Pure Ice Cream to
Festivals and Parties in large quantities at
I ."i0 per gallon. I would also state for
the benefit of those that want Cream from
Chicago, that I will furnish better Cream
than Chicago, or will refund 'money on all
orders. All orders for large quantities
should be handed in two days before want
ed, so as to give me time to order Cream.
Pan.. H. S.ut.
Tint tight by circus elephant in Pied
mont, Va., was a lively one. There was six
of the huge liciists, some Asiatic and some
African, and between the two sort no love
had been lost. The trouble begun on a
bridge. The keeper Intended to let only
one cross at a time, fearing that tlie struc
ture was not sueure; but two crowikit ou
together and one pushed the other into the
stream. The water was deep, and the duck
ed elephant, an Asiatic, on coming to the
surface, blew a terrible blast of nige and
deliancc, Au African .elephant quickly
plunged in and the fight began with tusk's
and trunks. Tlie six beasts wen- excited
beyond control, ami it was soon a general
melee. One got mired and hud to be lifted
out with a crane. After thev had all lai n
su'lired. the leader In the tight were whip
ped and pnsld "d until they were entirely
O'lXiNovAN RimnA'a skirmishing fund
hn reached fiM.OM. The receipts now
average .VM) a week. There han Wu
much doubt a to the cutirj amount tola
raised licforc striking the Impending blow
at England, and It has of late licen lielieved
that some demonstration wua close at hand.
It will be seen by the following cxtrurt
from an article by O'Donovuu Rosn in the
Irish World, however, that a million is the
sum that he has in view: "We liclievo the
million dollar could lie raised if proper
exertions were made. But canvasser ami
collector nro n led a man in every
street should commence to work, who will
say to himself. I will brave all the sneers
the cynicul will casr Usui me.''
AltlNVICTKDthief In New Mexl. o arotisiii
the inmate of the Jail bv loud eric. He
was found lying on the' floor of his cell,
professedly unable to move. He Mt that
he had fallen from his bed and Injured hi
spine. Dining the ensuing month he pre
tended to be in constant and terrible pain;
and on his Udiig carried to court for sen
tence, the sympathetic Judge mpoiil the
lightest possible penalty. Afterwinl it
was discovered that the iheif had not Ihtii
hurt at all.
Ho koh the Champion Monitor
I Stove, at A. Italiey'a. "