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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
SMITH, HACK & CO.,
No. m DltOAD STISKKT,
AUGUSTA. - - - - - OA
tM)n- Uully Solicit ConclnmnciitH of
PROVISIONS. PRODUCE. GRAIN AND
M ERCJ I A N DI SE G KN ERA ELY,
rPO Mlilrh they will ulvii careful and prompt at
X t'littoii. They are prepared to Make, liberal
lid Hill u-i- lli'-lr be.t effort, for thi' Intre.tii of
llione I'utouujf lliciu with ouilnni' Blf,
Refer. y pcnnl.'lon. to National P.avk. of An
gu.ta; National Exawsor Hank, of Aut;u.tu, Ua.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11 It
Shortest and (,(uirkest Route to
St. .Louis and Chicago
M'HE only r-.fi! nomine; two dally train, from Cairo
J makim: direct i timi with Ei-tern line.
TIlAlNS LEAVE ( A I lio l :jn p. in : F-t
lri. trmfnir In St. l.oi.i. J:Vi . in ; 'liica.'o ii:(iu
a in : l:ln p. lit : ( un iunni and l.oui-vlile Fa.t
Mm'. urrlUhi: In c ire-innaii nt saij a. ni. : Loiil.ollc
THI a. in.; Indlaniipoli. t:!.'i a m. l'a-.tii,'cra by
thin train arrin- al boc point.
J 3 TO 30 HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any other route.
I 0.1 A i. m Ft Mull. with ..pi-r nM. hed. for
' ST. I. Oi ls and ( llli'.V.O. arrr.iiii: in M.
I.o'tl. at lii'da m : Clikiijo at :m p in.. conne't
I rij at Odin or KlKtitiain fur Cincinnati. Lou,i.vl!!e
FAST TIME EAST.
T sI-' 'l i VV '' "'I- lin sro through
1 . '..'"lilt, to the Ea-t without any
il'-'ay (uii'-ii l.T Sunday iM.-rv. iili.ij Tin- atiir
liny alirrinxiii train 1mm f 'uiro arrie. in New York
Monday mnniliii' nt W.ift. Thir'y-.ix hour, lu ad
value i.f any otter mute.
If A'Herti.enietit. of rompi-tlng !t.i. that they
make better lini." tlun till" on.- an- lii.-d either
tlirmirli litnoratire or a 1- i lo mi l-utl the puhlle.
l-'nr iliroii'.'h th k"t. nr.d information apply at Iiii
Loi. Ccntri! l.':iiiroad d' pot. t'nlro.
TKA1NS AEHIVE AT CAIltO:
Ktii'h 2:00 p.m.
Mali : a m.
.1 s JollNsoN. I Jen ! Southern A'l.
J. II JoNI. Th k. t Aeent.
cim!lkste M$::vl$ Tu
1" AIII T's: TIIK Mn!TKT TO I.o' l"
H .H I IjI.. VU.I.K. INCINNA'I 1. ISA 1.
TIM"l:i: AMI WAMIiM.To.N.
' AII1 1.V TIIK sllnltTKsT To !MW
yui:k ami i,uiu.s
six nouns savki)
Ovi t train, of a.l other roiii. ir.ukiijj tin; ir'.e
1 raetii,r hy other route, to muke roniiee.
tl'ii." iiiii-i im!i' a'.'.' ni.-lit. ailinir from on.-in i.:!t
Lour- ul "tn:iil coi.iito 'talions (or troiui" uf cou
liei til.;' rou''..
1 I'M I'M I1.'ITHF. FAi'Taiid'nk.'onr4:"i
iiL-U L.1 iLU .,. , tr.j,,, r, , i,r.. Eviu...
llie, 1 in! in tm ' i -. I iie li.n.'.ti and I-i .11 i -v 1 1 ! f:iniu
ilnv. Tmim Inne uiid orri e at i. uiru u- follow . :
Miii! leave. 1:1'. M m.
Mail nrrii. " l m
Throuijli ticket ami cl.eck" to all ilnporlaiit
F.'.VMII.I.nit. II I.. MoI.lMI I..
(.en I I'll". A'.-i't lo-iiera! up't.
I.. Ii. ( Ill In il. T'a.-erji-r Aeiit.
UIKO ,v: hT. LOI'IS 11. li.
Shurtot Line to St. Louis! 1
'PIIK Irain. bv llii. rend coiiiie. t at St. Lou1., r.nd
I KaO hi. I.o.il- n hh 'l other lines to the KAsT.
NuiiTil AND SOl Tll
Thrni!"h epre leave. Cairo !::. a.m.
'I broaii cspre.-. ar.-ht - at Ea-t Si. Linil" '1:1.1p.m.
Mnril',. .bnio ie com in tiiti.i Uiii h aw. Cairo '.':l.'i p.m.
Murjiliv -born aec. nrriv. ul .Miiri'liy.horn M m ji.m.
'I hroiieli expre.n leiive. Kh.it si. I.oiil. h:4."a.m.
Thr iueli expren arrive, el Cairo .'iMOp.m.
M iri'ln-lioio a. c. leave. Mnrpliy.boro .Si.W a.m.
Murphy. born ace. nriive. ul Cairo V.'ip.in.
PI,1 l l.'M III.' I I'"!' '.dni mid St. I.oiil.
liLAI Ii. MDI.lt ;.,iu,iid I. the only ALL
l!AIL liol'T!; between Ciiiro and St. l.otii. under
one luairieenieiii : therefore- there are no tlcla.iit
iiv .tatloc." imnllliii; eonnectl'iii. from other line..
V- 'aeiiL'er" foltii Novih. Nn'Mhea.1 and We.t
.boiild mil buy tlieir ticket, until they have exam
ined our rule- mid route..
I.. M. JOHNSON, (ieller.ll MllllML'er.
II. .1. FINE. I.cueral A-'iit, C;ilio. III.
T. I,, I. M. it SOrTIIEIlX.
rJi.Kif " TTH . . . 1 1 r, a r .
.k.W .ii. - . -
Fvpre.. leave. Cairo dally
I'.vpri .. arrive, a I Cairo dii'ly
I-' K lil!Y I SO AT 4lai
IHAVKX t.RAVRK I.RAVR4
Foot Fourtli .t Ml.mMi'l l.iiiid'v'. K"iit m kv l.d':
8 a. in,
M a. n..
2 p. in.
4 p. in.
:.'l'i u. in.
10 'HI u. III.
,'::to p. m.
l::;i p. in,
It n. in.
:i p. m.
t p. in.
2:ii0).iii. I I
. .'i:ih a. m I -A
WATCH W. JEWtLKY, ETC.
El) W Alt!) A. lU'DEli
(Siiccciinor to E. it W. Iludur),
And Prnk'r In
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eighth St. and WaIiinqrton Avo.
Watclunaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
IMwi'cn Conimr-liil anil I f.iltm Til
Wu.lilnglou av.-K., )' LtUlU, ill.
FINE WATCH WORK A SPECIALTY.
f'rT-Kii'iravliij. and all klndt Of rppalrinj neatly
All klndi ofHolid Ji wdry made to ordur.
WIIOMM1.K WINKS AM) LiyCOlW.
Wliolculi! and r.nUll Dealer, in
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors
Wincs of all Kind.-,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSItS. SMYTH A CO, have fontintly a lurz"
ftork of the tiet itikmIh ill the market and iriv
I'"iitI1 altelltloU to tllU Wbolraulu brunch of III'
llllFill.K. rAINTS, OILS, WALL I'AI'KK. KTC.
Window Glii'S, Window Shades, Etc.
Alwayi on hand th celchrated ri-LLKiSATiMi
Bros' rtnlMini, Com-Poirn Til
uiereiul v.. 1 l till U, J II.
N.'KANCE AUENCV OF
AYells S: Keiitii.
Ulfl'HII'KITINil Til S
T'ovnl (''lll.lilJ.tlt1 ''f'f Montreal. CanA
lkMill (lUiUllitll ,( upital.ao.iMi.iMK.old.
M i 1 ln i 1 In 1 Fire and Harlne (Mil. ville. S.J.)
.'I 1 1 It t 1 1 K , Avt. $1.4-.!t;.t4.
I 'iiii in "Of I'liliad'dpliia: ! t.l i-h.-d in lsi.)
' II I' '.I , Af-cti., S '.'-').!Ai.
1 111 1 1 1 l il s,Aet. fiio.tii.f.;.
(Of Freeport. Ill I. I
"I't t o :H. I
lilsKS WK1ITES AT KAIK HATES.
OiHoo ii Aloxamlcr ( 'mtnty J?.-mU. i
5 r 5 e
SALOONS AM) LK-STAl'KANTS.
Saloon and 3 Jcstaiirant
Tint m:st or
WINES, LKiUOl'.S AND CTOAIIS
CoiiKlantly on hand: n!o h:i roiMnntly on linnd a
liii i;e Mipply of
FRUITS, LEMONS. ORANOES, APPLES,
AT 'IIOI.KKAI.lt ANU liKTAIL,
At tlic Old Di lmiiiileo lintel. CIS Oliln Lovep.
;Cfl H'liV'n- T'"' ('lii,!'',"t' '"'
"rilt''l'r . "i '"ilti'-'.vet tn.i-t ileilcate
I 1 IT, .y '', rill oerl'oine. Inr n. ,',,,,
Hi V jffiwl ''CM ' ' leoidkerchl"! t n,e
feWd:f7itlii3 lollet and In the baih.
WM!TVi4Sr, de'inhtfiil and healthful
MvtfWrKWfKWM In the .!ck room, relieve,
veiikiic", l.ili;:iie, piv.ti'iiCo'i. nervuuiio. nml
In inlacliii. I.ooli icil lor co;iiiloiie!., Ahviy.nk
lor i'loil'la Water, prepared by (be .ok' proprietor..
Mi nr.. I.iinnnn it Kemp, New York.
l or .ale by p' tl'iiniei'., dtti:j.dkl uiul f.iuey nom'..
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
Rl'N'D.VY SCHOOL CONVKN'TION.
r-IIKI.1) IN THE
1'roHbytorlnu C'Jturch, Cairo, 111.,
June 2r, and !, 1070.
Tl K.liAr MollMMI.
in ni o'clock Iiuvotlon.il ExercUei .
lo.-.m ti. 1 1 :ii or.'niiltitliin.
II to II ::VI lieport of Secielurv.
11 :SUto ii-M Want, of lite. Couutiy.
TI KHIlAV APTKIIS'ijotf .
S:n0to::irt Devotloiml Kxerc'..
::Mii3::i. l(eiori. from School..
:l:HOo l: The Teiu h-r a Preparation.
4:'ito4:.yi How to Teach the l.e.oii.
4;:J tyj;. Children'. Meeting.
NliillT Skkkio X-Addrcre(,
9:filtr Pl li.-votlonal ErerrlHM.
fC JUto H:HJ The lllai klionrd Object.
I.eKHili. and itevlevr..
10:fii to II)::) Teacher.' Meeting".
lii::ioiii II :ii. Jle.t flan, for In.plrlnif Atieiiilance.
IMiilu ll:;w How Shall Indiice 1'nplla to
Sludv the Lexon;
11 :) toU:f0 .. How ( an the Spiritual Power of tho
biiuday hi lioul hj lueri ii.od?
2:f0 to3: Devotional Er"ree.
'.': J tua:uu....lliiw to Vtkuthe Uo.t of the Uihlc
In the SiiikIbt School.
S:Vtog:3() Th Convention t a IJiblc CluPa
Taught Next Sunda?'. l.e.on. '
3:1010 4:0(J Wordn'of Enci)iiraj.i'ineiit to
4:ot)to4 30 QneMlon Drawer and Mlrccllancona
Nihiit S.iox Clo.itis Addrcnaca.
I'OUIiTII OF JULY
C L E 33 It A. T ION
I'nilcr tho Auspices of tho
Kniglits of the Mystic Krew
OF COM U.S.
AT ST. MARY'S PARK, CAIRO, ILLS.
BY' rert:et of the citizen, of Cairo the ahovo
ci'-tv lm a'ain illidertakeii the celehratlonof the
(.l.oltfoi S Fol Kl'lI. Liberal rontrihntioii. on
the part of our cltlen. w ill enable the Krew to L'ive
a celebration that will ccIIium! all tiedr former etforta
and nopaln. will be .pared to make th alTalr the
u-rande-t and MOST KS.JOYABLK CKI.KI1KA
TioN KVKlt (;lKN IN I'AIKo. The lint, of at
trartion.are numeroii.. A (.HAND I'AltADE, la
which it if CXpeeleil that all the .oeletie. in the citv
will participate. KKADINtiTHK DtCLAHATIoS'
OF 1NI)K1'KN1)EN( E by one of l aim', many tal
ented and popular voime ladle., to be followed bv
OKATKS I) Y 'sl'EAKKKS OF NATIONAL
KKIM'TAI ION. The fne-t
isTltlNO ami ItlA Mt'SIC in the citv liavn
been ei.i:a.'ed. and a FINE DAN( INO FLOOIt. Hi
bv Ml feet, will e erected for the plettfure of thoe
w ho deliht Id triptbe liirtit faiitii.tie toe. IIOItE
KA(TN(.nitniliiL' race-half mile h'-ata. beat two
In three. $lo in entrance. J.lo.iai aildeil by the My. tic
Kn w. (.ecuinl lnire to .aire .tnke.. to enter. U In
tart. Aim ' Ko'ITIN. and I'At INO KACKS.
FooT HACKS. FAT MEN'S HACKS. WIIKKL
ItAHKOW HACKS. SACK HAl KS. ( AT( IllNl.
(HkAsED I'll i. CI.IMHINO OKEASKD l'Ol.ES.
etc.. etc. Suitable preinliiiua will he awarded the
victor, in the aboTe .pertx.
Tile evenlll'.''" ej. r I.e. will open ' with the
i.liANDE.sT J)II'I.AY ..f FIHKWoHKS ever Men
In thecltv. Arr.eeiin'i't. hav.. been made lo htiv"
FicClisl'iNs 1(1 N ON A I.I. TIIK HA II.KoA l)S
KNTEI.'INH THE CITY AT (.KKAT1.Y HEDCC
Kl) HATES oK FAIiK. Th" .t.am.r JA.MKS
FIsK. .III., and ferrt TIIIIKE STATES will carrv
l'AsKN(iEI(S AT IIAI.F FAKE. Nothin- that
cm add to the uinii.emeiit and comfort uf our vi.lt
or. II! be v mitine;
( OYIK ONE. ( oMF. All. mid enjoy a dOOD
OLD l'AMIIoNDI) i KI.KISHATION.
T. f. I.OVKTT,
I HAS. lill.lloFFER.
FRANK M. WALKER,
liLO. II. FRY.
Conniiitti',' nl' Ai raiiiri'iiii'iits.
j I a so xi c exc r i Tox
I JAW K K'V 1J1 C-XI C
St. John's Dav June 21th.
TIIK M.VCON's i ,T CAUIO AND VICINITY WILL
t.lYK AN EXCl ItsIUN TO
At .Jmichboro, 111k.
0 th i i4i!i nt.. to which all Ma-nn. nut! the
,n.l. ic genera',!) ure corillully invited.
TIIK THAIN ON TIIK
CAIKO auil ST. LOl'lSE. .
Will Lcne t!iPSt.Cluirli'lloiel
AT w O'CLOCK A. M. SIIAUr,
Fare for the Hound Trip:
Aticl.Ta SDe C'ltu.Dtii:se
i v"The Delta City llnml w ill necoinpai'V !he e
fiir.ion and a nood lime may be nut! imte,l.-j,;J
Tlckeiii cull be oli:il:icd nt the train.
DAV OF SPORT
OLI Y.E :hiiaxcii
( 1 1 !AX I )
l?arl)ecue and Dance !
HAVlNi; remove I 'nv ibr.ielii',' hall frotu !l' firmer
.!te. to a .not ni'ii'e .'ilia ile. i'i d Inning en I In
ly remodeled he hall. I v. I.I on the
!Fourt li ol' f J uly,
Olv" ".n old time 1'iul'iieiie mid Diilic''. Ill vhlch I
corili'illv Invlle all. '.;uiti!iiileeni; nil wno allenil a
li." v of K 'lulia' pleii.'Hi' uiul r, 'creation
111 the ilHenieoli a ri'ee between lb" l!ei t r ice mare
f'll'niei'ly owned by .Iniue. Kvnii.tan and I lie sinner
mare for :i .lake iif b' a "lil" v. Ill lie inn
l.Vf.v.lttnciit. In ii!i:ii',i!.itie w III be al Hie ill 'pie
cal of Hi ice who limy l.h III - . l . ill llie I111..I rea.on
li. F. WILIU'F.N, IViii'iletor.
MOItXING, JUNK 23, 1878.
MAIIKETS by telegraph.
LiVKfti-ooi., Juno 23, 2:00 p.m. Wheat
Stanly; winter, 1010 fid; priring, 8
10diTf.!i 4d; California avernfrry, 10s10s
Od; California club, 10s 4d10s 8d. Corn
now, 23s 9ilS3:!s Od.; old, 27s 3t27s Od.
NF.WY0P.K CHAIN AND l'llODl'CF..
Xkw Yokk, June 22, 12:01 p. in. Wheat
quiet; No. 2 Chicago, ijl (WtfrJ 20;
MiiwHiikee,f I 07; red winter, $1 101 14;
amber, ifl 12t 1U. Corn quiet ; steamer,
13,i5'c ; No. 3, 4 lc ; No. 2, 4 le. Gold,
ClIICAOO filt.MN AND I'KODrCF..
CincAoo, June 23, 10:00 a.m. Pork
Ju!y,9 200 22 August, p So&O S'J ;
Corn-July, MX&Wc; August, 30.7H(ii)
37c. Whutttr July, fjljc; August, S.'j'c.
CincACiO, June 23, 1:00 m. Pork
July, $9 20(2.0 2'i August, $0 35
0 37Ja'. Corn-July, 30130'o'c; August,
37c, bid. WheatJuly, 92c, bid; August,
Ciiicaoo, June 22, fclosingreport; Pork
June, $9 15; July, 15; August, $9 45&
9 47. Whfat. .June, Dlic; July, 02C.
9a'c; Augnst, bQfirc. Corn.
June, OCc; July, 3r55u'c, bid; August, 37c,
RATTLE OF LIFE.
Hear thee tip bravely,
Slron' heart and true!
Meet thy woe. ("ravely,
Strive with them ton!
Let them not win from theo
Tear, of retrret,
Suet, were a .In from theo,
Hope for (piod yet!
Iioii.e then from drooping.
Care laden mil,
'Neath 'rkT. control.
Far o'er the j:'oom that lie.,
Shrouding the earth.
I.luht from eternal .kirn
Show u. thy worth.
Nerve thee yet .tron;;er.
L' tcare no lonu'er
l!ie on thy eajjle winirt
Till from material tliliiiM
Pure thou .halt he.
Bear ye up brovloy.
Soul and mind too!
Droop not .o gravely
HoH henrt and true
Clear ray. of .trenniingllcht
Shine thront:h the (,doom,
(iod'a love I. beaming bright
E'en round the tomb.
For the Sunday Hulletln.
The teinienincc (jiiestiiin lias become the
question of the hour. For the nonce all
other questions are silenced, all other inter
ests laid aside, all other thoughts hushed,
and men and women tiu concentrating all
the powers of thought and all the forces of
action to lift from our fair land this burden
of woe and sin and shame which is weigh
ing as tin incubus upon the nation's heart.
Movement aft'-r movement 1ms swept the
country in waves of enthusiam and one by
one have ebl icd out; but each one kept
moist and fresh for the time being a strong
And so deep and broad and resistless has
popular opinion on this subject become,
that th(! people are uprising in the grandeur
of strong moral purpose, swayed by the in
tense earnestness of the issue, tn save the
nation's sons. To throw about the tempted
the strong restraints and tender sympathies
of your society. To reach out tho right
hand of fellowship to the fallen and raise
him again to the proud heights of manhood.
To persuade (hi! dealer in intoxicatin.t
drink that it is unmanly unworthy of his
better nature to tempt a brother through
his love or pa.-sions t ) wreck himse lf and
The Red Ribbon movement is but an out
growth of tliis sentiment, and has us its fun
damental principle one of the fuudaineutal
principles of human nature united sym
pathy. The old iiM.'in coined nt the time
of our nation's need and peril "In union
there is strength" never had a more striking
illustration of its truth than is before the
country to-day in the temperance' work.
"I will, if yon will," carries in it a world
of resolution, of strength, of sympathy
slid of responsibility. It develops the
higher nature to think that in tills struggle
with appetite there is 11 brother wearing
the briyht little ribbon, who is li'dithcr
and striving, too, nud he looks to me for
strength and sympathy. For his K'ike. I
ill i'oniU t; and then when evening c.nnes
nl'li'i' u duy of mighty wrestling with the
foe, these coine too'"th"t' and talk it all
over. How hard, how iibntst hopeless is
the victory, All the sympathy mid tender
ness of the other hearts p forth to cheer
and strengthen the brother, mid in the
warm hand-clasp of theso IWA w, lader
stand ci'.c'i dliers I carts, and l;nov each
other trials, there is power, subtle, but no
I s.uiighly, which sends them forth with
fresh courngo and. indomitable: purpose to
wago uuother day's battle. Every battle
field has its camping ground' around whoso
lire, man meets man in bonds of closest
union. Heart must go forth to heart,
shoulder to shoulder, and hand in hand, if
wc would be indeed invincible. And so
Mr. Murphy and Dr. Reynolds, both of
them reformed drunkards, understood to
tho very fullest, the power in united sym
pathy; nml with tho scarlet
ribbon ns tho badge of brotherhood
they are leading a mighty host on to victory.
And in tho little city of Cairo the movement
finds staunchest friends and most loyal co
workers. In their practical way they have
provided a pleasant resort where the stranger,
the tempest tossed and the homeless can find
recreation and society. And the reading
room shall bo a source of power from which
men shall go forth stronger and braver to
fight the good tight. For the sake of the
youth whose restless heart deiaands pleas
ure and society, and whose temptations are
manifold, support the reading room.
Send magazines and papers and books and
pictures and flowers and games, and you
shall "save the boy."
The drunkard too must be cared for
practically. His temptations become almost
unendurable at times. lie needs encotir
ngemcnt from our very hearts. When the
battle becomes too fierce and hot he must
have n refuge. His thoughts must be
turned into pleasant channels away from the
burning appetite. In the reading room he
can find light and comfort and lxaiks and
honor, lifting him out of his despair, help
ing him to forget himself and the ir-esist-able
craving, in the magic of the books.
Now is the crisis of his life, and the strong
must throw about him the arm of protec
tion and love until he overcomes. Glad
indeed am I that your correctness mani
fests itself in practical rtlbrts, and docs not
expend itself entirely in song and speech.
As you would be successful support the
Another phase of our work is to convince
those dealing in liquor that they are wrong
ing themselves and society, and by tamest
solicitation and kind appeals persuade them
to renounce the evil.
Oh, my brother! I pray you by the love
of the tender little woman you call wife, by
the pressure of baby arms clasping your
neck, of baby kiss nsfallingupon your lips;
by the pride and love you bear your noble
son and fair daughter; by the inborn ten
derness of your own heart; by your man
hood and your conscience; let not the gold
that lies in your purso be obtained by the
hot tears of the desolate wife and stained
by the crimson blood of childish hearts.
(Jold, the price of human blood! It will
LAUOKS OF THE POTTER INVESTI
GATION COMMITTEE RESUMED.
CAPT..TF.NKS, OF N EW OUI.EANS, ON Til K STAND
ANDERSON HEi'l'sE.S To TESTIFY IIEKOItE
THE MATTHEWS COMMITTEE W HAT SLC
ItETAHY SHEHMAN SAYS OF HKlENT FI
THE FIHST OF SIIF.HMAN'S WITNESSES.
Washington, June 20. The Republi
cans placed Jenks. form M'ly deputy United
States marshal under Pitkin in Louisiana,
and husband of the Mrs. Jenks who is supt
posed to have had control of the Sherman
letter, on the stand to-day. 11 was want
ed to break down Anderson's story, and to
this end swore under direct examination
that the protest signed by Anderson was
sworn to I iv Anderson in his presence,
and that the jurat was not forged, nor
were there ativ interlineations al'ier An-
dcrson had ..igned it. Anderson's testi
mony was that li- had sigie d a mild I nenoiis st.i' in. rersons oi weakly con
protest; that afterwards Hugh ('jinipbell, i stitution and feebre physiijue who use this
since rewarded bv the otlice of district ni- i subpi-rb tonic infallibly derive from it the
torney in Dakota, made interlineations to I staniiii.O'f which they stand ..o much in need,
make it more severe, nnd had a jurat at- " ls invariably sucec. d'ul in remedy -taehed
to it. ingiind preventing malarial diseases.
The cross-examination of Jenks wi' "
only begun to-day. and in the short time HEAD WHAT PHYSICIAN'S SAY.
devoted to it he was shown to be either a ! San Leandho, Cab. Jan. II. Is77.
great I inr or n fool. Ilutler will take it i ; Pit. I'ieuce:
to-morrow, ami through ritkm he has to"
original protest, showing the intej-dueatiniis.
Butler also has from Pitkins some knowl
edge of the inwardness of this particular
transaction, and it will be used in the cross
examination of Jenks.
will be put on the stand after thecominitt ee
is through with her hiisbond. She is pre
pared to swear for Sherman's side of the
case, but those who nre aware of all the
facts say she will be completely broken1
down in the attempt to shield Sherman.
There Were s veral
Were s-veral lively spats in tile
committee to-dav, p nc pa v between Me- I
i, i ii, "i , ' ;. e
Malum nnd Reed. At one tino the !i was ,
passed under cover of the word faU'hood. !
Mr. Morrison, who w as presiding laid he- ;
fire the committee a reply to Sherman's j
dciniiud for th.' he.-.riii,' (fwitii'-ses i;t the I
matter of intimidation in the Feliciana ,
parishes. This Rifled K vd again. ";'!
wanted to Know il tic r pic was the rciiit i
of a caucus of i uioeial. of tic. committee, j
whereat Col, Morrison t,;M him the letter
had never been read bv llliV eth'l' 111 1 1 1 ' I" :
of the commilt !; that it mm-, ni"
: ... ...i..., .' el i. . i .,
Mr. Reed need not adopt il if he did not
want to ilo s.i. Th liter i.i well written, j
and, while wooded in a courteous lone, il ,
ic'inil ..s o' i, ll .il . n'li.ii !' i hi n.i'i , in i
very clear'y mloiiiis S civtaiy Sherman
u.ai 1 1 ic t e o nce no iisim s ii m iois
TlllillK TIM Ex HE KN T.UilN.
And liUd'e over ihl.t it (Iocs Hot c fleet the
ill itler in which Sherman is implicated. Il
NEW SERIES NO 46.
recalls the latter to the fact that ho could
aid tho committoo better by giving sotno
direct testimony ns to tho celebrated S er-man-Weber
letter. Sherman's letttv, ask
ing tho testimony of three hundred persons,
was got up for tho country and is carefully
prepared with names, character, intimation,
etc. Tho reply of Morrison, however,
strikes in the right place.
ANDKHHONS IIKFCBAI, TO TESTIFY.
Washington, Juno 21. Tho nection of
Anderson in refusing to testify before tho
senate committee, and tho fact that tho
S' nato is not in session to act upon tho mat
ter of contempt, has completely blocked
the work of that committee, and it has ad
journed to meet at the call of the chairman.
Anderson's reason for refusing was the neg
ative reply of the committee to his request
to be Htteinled by council. lie based his
request on the fact that Stanley Matthews,
who is a lawyer, was present to take care
of his case. Anderson said he would be
willing to testify if Matthews would go be
fore the house committee. There is no
doubt that nearly all the members of the
Matthews committee are really pleased with
Anderson's course, ns it relieves them from
a duty they have already tried to avoid,
hut owing to tho action of the senate were
compelled to undertake. Anderson's course
was taken after consultation with a good
THE FlItST NATIONAL DANK OF ST. JOSEPH
H0I1IIE1) NINETEEN THOUSAND, SEVEN
HCNDHED DOLLAKS CAUUIED OFF THE
THEFT COMMITTED IJ01.DI.Y IN' ilHOAD
Special to tha Republican.
St. Josr.rif, Mo., June 21. Our city haa
been all agog to-day over the robbery of
the First National bank. Tho amount
taken was 1 1 9,700.
The manner of the robbery is not known.
The money wae missed about one o'clock
p.m., while all the employes except the
cashier, Mr. Joseph C. I lull, were absent.
A depositor coming in with a large sum,
and remarking to Mr. Hull that he should
look out for the James Imys, he thought it
prudent that he should place the new de
posit in the vault, and it was then he dis
covered the absence of the money, which
was in three $5,000 packages and one of
$4,700. Just when or how or by whom the
money was taken are subjects of mere con
jecture. Mr. Hull is one of the oldest and
more experienced ami trusted cashiers in
the state, and is a large stockholder in the
bank. The bank is strong, nnd will be in
no way embarrassed. Its principal stix'k
holders are men of wealth, on whom such a
loss will make no impression.
TUE MEXICAN UORDER.
MACKENZIE S RAID MOVEMENTS OF
Galveston, June 21. The News' Eagle
Pass special says: Nulhing definite is
known regarding the movements of Gen.
Mackenzie and Col. Shatter. It is suppos
ed they are heading for the Saragossa
mountains.. The Mexicans are still volun
teering and impressing horses. Their
movements are very warlike. A courier
who arrived yesterday states that Cols.
Nuncie and V'aldez are at Saragossa with
300 to 400 men, and that a commission
would be sent to (ten. Mackenzie to ascer
tain the purpose of his invasion. Col. Mar
tinez, revolutionist, was reported to be
about 50 miles below l'iedras Negras sev
eral days ayo with 50 or 00 men, some of
them thought to be on this side. No news
Eati.no is a Toktluf.. And sleepoftena
mere travesty of repose, to the dyspeptic.
Appetite is correspondingly impaired by
this un ist prevelent of maladies, and head
aches, biliousness, constipation, poverty of
the blood, loss of flesh and of vitality, and
a thousand annoying nnd indiscribable sen
sations, are its concomitants. It is, more
over, the progenitor of numerous and
formidable bodily disordets. Obsti
nate as it is, however, its complete eradica
tion may lc etl' ct.'d by the persistent use
of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, it medicine
which communicates both vigor and regu
larity to the o'gans of digestion and secre
tion, reh.x-s tin- bowels gently but thor
oughly, enriches and purities the blood, pro
motes n;ii 'tite, ami gives tranquility to the
Dear Sir 1 have employed your I'letw
tnil Purgative Pellets in my practice for
the last four years. I now use no other al
terative or cathartic medicines, in nil
chronic derangements of the stomach, liver,
n id bowels. I know of nothing that equals
them. J. A. Mn.i.EH, M. D.
Ai.iiia. Iowa, July 10, '75.
Dear Sir Your Pleasant Purgative Pel
lets are all ve il claim them to be. I also
I lv , 1 vonr (lolden Mo.!!,.'..! lv.,..,-.-
... ,.,, . , u . ., . ,
I a i atte i 1 1 mti id ton, id S ige s ( atarrh
''iib'oy, ns very superior medicines.
W. H. Coi sins, M. D.
A Roy's Lome. The boy tit Sunday
se: ool, w hen nsii' d who made the beautiful
sunMindiiig bills, .epli,d he did not know,
" l:ls l';l,- h;': ""'.v v'd info town the
y In lore. Equally .sensible tuv those who
persist ;ll Using the unwholesome,
y-large, nml drastic pills, while Dr.
, , . , i . ,
1 easam .'iii'gatiM' icons which
sugar-coated, and little larger than
mustard seeds, will, bv their gentle, it
positive action upon the stomach and liver,
speedily correct all indigestion and torpid
ity of the liver, thus pcnuaiKT.tly curing