Newspaper Page Text
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMHEU 10, 1878.
NEW SEUIES---NO. 122
bT.OCF.IlS AM) COMMISSION HEKCIIAXTH.
gTUATTON & BIRD,
W J I O L K SAL E G ROGERS
Commission Merchants. .
.',7 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMKIIKAN rOVni:iHOMI''V
Cairo, 11 lino in.
W. Knuiw, Culm, T. Hum. Nlcnourl.
Arrival ami Departure cf Trains.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL KAILKOAlt.
r.-.Mftt .'. S.uip.in. 1:10 p.m.
Hull .j 4:ii a.m. U 40 p. in.
Fivlirh'.V..;' 7:4(1 a. m smu.m.
HrWehO l::up.ro. 4::p.ut.
CAlU'i AND YlNCK.VNFS KAII.WJAD.
- nrrivu. iiepan.
M.ill in.iop.m. 4:45 u. in.
ri'l. LOl IS, I. M. AM fcOlTIlKL'S RAILROAD.
Arrive. lupin t.
KI" Mai a.m. S:iip.ni.
CAIRO AMI ST. LOt IS HA I I.RU.'.D.
VLfoncii Kiprwi" VI!. p.m. l(l:( a.m.
iir.rpliY'lii.rn A commo.'.iUinii .1ii:Mi p.m. 'i;l- p ill.
Kxctl fumJuy. iKxrepl Muni'. i;
KSKRAL I!:L1VKIIY op n 7:U) i. w. ; c)oc
1 bimp.m.; Sunday: bio v a. m.
M iiict UrJ'T Pcpaiimfiii oji'.u al 8 t. m.; cIom'n
M S p. rn.
Tlitouli Epre Mail vi lllinoU Central and
iii.ippl Ci ulm) IhiiroaiU cIom- at h!::i p. in.
Cairo arid Poplar blurt Through aud Way Al all
iie a I W-sn ii. n.
Way Muil v:a llllno; ('ntnil. Cairo nnd Yin
n'l.ue uud Mir.M-ipi'l Central Railroad cIom! at
H i.', p. in.
Way Mall for Narrow fiance Railroad clou at H
(.airuanri Fvin.ville K!wr Hmee do 11 B:tO
in. dally oi.cpt Kriinyi.
JLLLNUIS CKNTliAL K. It
ShortPrt und Quickest Route to
Ht. Jonis and Chicago
'PHE ony road ronnln? two da'.lr iraiii. from Cairo
J makine direct rnnnertlnn lth Kimfrn llne.
THAI.VS I.KAVK CAIKO 1:10 p. in.: Fat e
prM, anivlni; in ht. UjuIh S:!ih p. in ; Chicago n:T0
a. u. ; 1:10 p. ro.: l'lmiiintl und louiriille Ft
Unr, anWiu In Cincintati ! tisC a. m : Loulnille
7:4U a- i ; Inrilsnapolia 415 a. in. I'urvuKera by
bm truln arrive at above pulul
1-2 TO 3 1IOLILS IN ADVANCE
Of any other rout.
ii.I-ib m. Put Mall. lthlwprriit.-hei!, for
f V ' x LOl 1M and flK'AiiO, nrrlvinginSt.
Ixui at :.V)p m : Cbiciii'u t ::w J), in., connwl
iDiiai Odin or Kfflnithaia for Ciuctuna:!, Louimlle
FAST TIME EAST.
liACiPYrVIN'f lk! 1!n" f 'hroc?n
I iiV3 Ij.i Filko i the V.wl without any
dy cauxrd by Sunday Int. rvenlnir. The iSatur
dcy afternoon train from Cainj arrive In New Yori
Mondav morninc al 1:A1. Thirty-nil honra iu ad
tarn nf ai.y other route. ....
T Advertlm mentii of rompetlBz line 1 hat they
mie le-tu-r time than thla one are imned elth'-r
ttimucli lenorunce or a de.ir m milrad the pnblli .
tot throusb ticket and Information appiy at iili
tiuUOutrnl Itsilrond depot. Cairo.
THAINi AllHIVK AT CAHJO:
Ktpre 2:01 p.m.
J 4.S. .li)IINON,(.fn'l Houthern A't.
J. n . JHNLS, Tii k-t Aeent.
(JAIHO ct ST. LOUIS 11. R.
Shortest -Liue to St. Louis!
fpilK tnin. hr thi ro.id rorineet at St. Louii" and
1 Kimt Si l.oni" with nu othir li.ie to the tA!-l,
NOKTIl AND SOL' I'll.
Thro.i"h etpn'M vv Cairo I":'1"
Throu'.-u eipreBi arrive, at Ku. St. l.oui tiM.Sp.ni.
MsrpliTKboM ni i oiTiiniKlutloii l.-av.-i. Cairo v!:lp in.
KnrphTfborouic. arrivu ill Miirjihyiiboro H:V,p.m.
Tkroui-h i xpre leuvc Kant M. I.oui. ... b:Vu in.
'ITiroiiih exprem arriven at Cairo S:J5p m,
Winplivi-hitrouie. leiivei Murpu.iKboro. ... V.ai h.iii.
alurplijuboro arc. arrive' al I ulro r.:.o p.m.
IMflMMM.'lTHK f'uiro and t. LonU
ih.Mh.Mliljlk .,iiro.t,l i the only ALL
HAIL RUl'TK between i niro nnd Si. Lenin under
one msmmem-iit : thifi-rore tb.-ro. are no di-lan at
ur t:iloi,n ainiltliiii connerlion" from oilier llnea.
If I'li.-en-'-rK isoiiiu North. Northorf-tiind Wot
bould not buy their th-ken uulil they Imve i-miii-Ined
our mt" and mute.
L M JullNSON. (ieneral Manaa-.-r.
ii i ii i r vi TUB HI10HTKST KOl'TK TO
n iillliriO kvuiimvuip.
IT I IT V1 TI1K SHOKTBST TO LOt'l
47 M I liLS YILLE. CINCINNATI, DAL
TlalOKE AND WASHINGTON.
)J 111 IV Til K HIIOtlTF.ST TO INHIAN
M' Ml LI'S AI'OLlS.i'JULADKLl'lil.VNEW
TOHK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Oyer trniu ufall other route milking Iho annie
Iff pm.enirera bv other route to ninko connoc
tlina mui.t ride nil' nlnht. wiiltlnif from one to aix
liouoal ntnnll country kIiiiIouh for truilia of con
M V1V f n V 1 J TH K FACT and take our 4 M
JVCilM 1'iAl 0 1'ili a ni. train, reaching Kvan
vllle, Indlnnnpoll. Clnrlmintl nnrt Lonlevino mime
tlar. Train leavo and nrrlve lit Cairo u follow:
Mull leave 4 MS a.m.
Wnll arrive lU:IBp.m.
ThmuKb ticket und check lo all importuut
V. A. MILLER UOHWKLL MILLER.
Uen'l I'll. Airent. Oeneral Sup t.
L. II. Clll llcll. ra.'nKer Ageiil.
gT. L., I. M. fe SOUTHERN.
KirpreM leave Cairo dully , i :00p.m.
Jprua arrivei at Cuku dull i.-OOam.
I). I. C.
'In n abaoluteand ln!lable cure for
cnnewi, 1utrmperan- and the iw of Opium, To
hacco, Nirr.oih.-i and Htiiiinlaiitu, removing all
tutc, ilii-lro nnd liuhit ofuiui; any or ihcin.
rciirtarlnc ilia tune or delre for them pcrfcetlv
o.llou und illiiuliiig. (iivliiynvervonv perfect
and trrleilablv r.iiuiml of tlieaohrlcty oflhcni--I
vi- nml tlmlr friend.
It prevent Ihat absolute phvalrlrnt und moral
nnwlmlldii tint follow Ihu t-iidilcit lircukliu oil
from nxlni; sllmnhut or narcotic.
Package, prepaid, to riiru I n 5 pcramia, -..
oral yoe.r l)riitrnlt.t. l.;.v Tempi Twice und
churlublc x:l"! fbould uu It.
It la burtnli-HK and never fulliiiK
HOI lilTTEHS MFG. 0., Solo. KgenU,
The Hop Cough Cure
lli'ntroya all pain, looncna the conch, (inli'ts Ihr
uiTvi-a ana produ-ii n-t. It nt-vi-r In.'ln In p-r-roniiltii:
a p.-ifc-ct euro where Ouru Ii a aliailow
Try It once anil youvtlll Bud h m.
VOH HA LE JJY ALL DKI'OUISTS.
dyeim; a.M) ukxovatim;.
OUlt OLD CLOTHES
cam kc niunin.i.i.r
DYK1) OH HEPAIKKU
At a Trifilns K;i n r -C. 0. I.
CHA.S. SHELLEY, XO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
tif Laillea ntd ticnt' old hat made new.
TIIF. DAILY HI LLCTIN.
nTnrr ENTII YKAli.
I IT If ' " I.uiiviiii rui' n upon ivn
Hit jiji i-uiu yi-r nun a coinpieiu uew
ir 11 ji.ullH and a detennlnalioii to muke
' It In all ri p-cti. worthy the nupport
1I111IIIII of Iih putrui..
II II I
j; K Published Every Murnin?,
jit willrmbr.ue in Ita column daily
of .crh character aa we lrnt ahall
prove tbeiiul of Ihr cbrapnl and
bi-.t of our ionic niponrica.
Tl:e POLITICAL CAMPAIGN
now Dendins In one of errat Imoort
l.l.L and Mnlc aupKln: a full funcrea-
4 'rlon.il deleirution will be rhoen;a
, .Li L'iUlure 1m in be elected which
" mill ricterniine the ucrraor to Hon.
L L J- Oh'l''-by in the Inlted Stale
i I im i i INenaU'. Ilelieving the bucci'hb of the
i-l.l.il.i jiiemiM-rallc purty to he ennentlal to
Ithe inaintaiiiHui'i! of cood Koveril-
,ernmeiii. the lliilletln will alway he
loiiiai nuviMHiio im lueni'iiri'B nuu
jirthori.4 for the Miccei of ha ri-pre--eututi.ei.
To nrnniote thene dertira
jl.le euila every lii tuiH rnt rhould es;
i-rt hlm-elf In dirheniluatin the
trulliK of bin party, and in no wny
lean thin lie more edwlually done
ithan '.y th'i circulation of hia home
SUI5SC1IIRK AT ONCE.
SUHSCK1IIE AT ONCE.
SflCKIHE AT ONCE.
SCUSCHIIli: AT ONCE.
Hie Daily Rulletin
T T T
I erve,l i.i citv nubarrlher br cur
irier hi TV' K n T Y l'lVK C K N T'S pur
'week, puviilile weekly.
I lly in ill 1 lu advance!: one year,
flO: ix inonib. J5; three inoiilh,
t!.'M; one mouth, 1. l'onluge free.
I Adviiil(nj l!nt:
Flri-t Innerlion, h rMUru $1.00
Subsequent iuai-rtlona 50
For one week, periuure 3.00
Tor two week, per qurn 4.60
iKar three week, pur ninaro.... 8.00
cor ouo month. perquaro 7.00
Kie.ii additiounl aquare 4.00
Kiclit. line of nonpareil (nolldi
coiiHlltute a imre.
DIKPlnvea U(lvertlemelit8 will be
charged accoidini; to tho pac.e, nt
above rale there belli)! twelve Hue
of aolid type to the Inch.
Toreunliir ndvertler wo offer au
perlnr inducement, both a to rate
of churjjeH and manner of dlaplaylug
Notice In local colnmn Inaerted
for twenty cent per line flrt Inwr.
tlor.i ten cent per Uuu for each Hub
Sncclal notice Inaerted fbr ten
cent per liue for llrt lnertlou ; live
cent for each ubeqiiunt limertlon.
notice oi neaina anil niurringea
twenty cent per lino.
All letter and and communication
Hhould be uddreaacd to
Tho Cairo Ualletin
N N N
JN0, H. 0BESLY, Qtu1 MoPr.
Mayor- Henry Winter.
Tn-iiKiiri-r- II. V. I'arker.
( lurk - .1.11. I'hlilU.
rouimi'lnr - Wm. II. Ollbrrt.
M:irliul- ('. I). Arti-r.
Atloriiey -W. (J. MHictf. '
l'oliii- Maliruln--J. J. Illrd.
noAiui or Ai.iir.nvv.y.
Vlmt Ward- t.i-o. Yocniii, Wm. o't'allahan.
Kiroiid Wai.l - Wood Itlil-nliuano, K. ll.Thlnllc-
1 lilrd Wurd -W. I'. WrlKbt, Johu Wood.
I'mirlli Wiinl -('hs'lin O, I'ntl.-r. It. i. Kolr.
Klfili Ward T. Vi. Ilailiday, t'bu. Lauiaemr.
Cln illt Jiiduo-1). J. linker.
(.'Ireilli Clerk-J. A. Ki-vvna.
t oiiiny JiiiIl'O K. S. Yim uiii.
( onniy l lerk-H. J. llunmi.
t'oiiniy .V.toiwy-W. '. Mnlk'-y.
t'oiiniy Tn-aviin-r -A. J. Aldeu.
bhi-rili- l'i ti-r t-tn).
t'uroner It. Fit;cn.c.,
Comily Ciniinili.niii.iiri' T. W. Hulllriay, M. V
IlroH D, Ol'O. W. Shiiiiiioih.
IX Walntitaud Cedar atri-et; crvlce Sahbnth 11
a. m. and t::m p. m.; SuuiUy School 1:W p. in.
C'lllHS'l'IAN'-LlliUentli HtrceU meeting Fub-
bnth lil:.Wp. in,; prcitchlnz orciflocaliy.
1IJI IIC1I OK Tlllv I!KllKKJIKK-(Eplcopal)
V Kourteeni'a ulrect; Mornliii.' Jiruyer tsablralli
10:?J) a. in.: ev.-i:ini pruyer. 7 M p. ni.; Siiblmlh
K-liool !i a. in. I!ev. M. .1. Dillim l e. Hector.
lliiST MISSIONARY II.U'TIST C1II11CIJ.
J l''i nelilnv ni lii:;!ii a. in,, ,'l p, nt.. n rid 7:"o p. m.
Suhl.nili f.iool al 'i "fi p. in. H'-v. T. J. Siiorc.
IlTHKItAS Thirteeiilh ftreet; aervice Sab
J hath II a. in. ami 7:40 . in,: Mtudny cbool Ii a,
ui. l!ev. Iiui rn li.n r. imstor.
MKTIIOliIsT-Cor. Kluhtli Mid Walnut at reel ;
l'r.-ui liiri- Sulilinlh 10:40 n. m. and 7 p.m.:
pruyer ni,-elli.K'. Aednemlav 'M p. m.i Sunday
School, 3 p. m. Rev. A. I'. Morriaon, paator.
I H K S B YT K H I A N' 1-: t ii tree: preaching on
siiblmth at Ih::?i a. ni. and 7::p. m.; praver
nieetinj W ednen'.uv at 7::t0p.m.; Sunday Sihuol
al 3 p. hi. Rev. II. Y. Oeore. paator.
QKlDNI) HIKKWII.L HA IT I ST Fifteeclh
O treet. betwei-n Wuliuit and Cedar street; i-er-vice
Sabbath at .1 and 7:'i p. m.
ST. JiKI'll S -ilfonmn Clhol.. i Corner Crof
and Walnnl trct; nrvice. Subbalh 10:ia.
in.; Sunday School at :! p. ui.; Yt'prft A p. m.; er
vice every day at S p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S -(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
trect and WaMiincton avenro; n-rvice Sub
bulb and 10 n. m.: Veper 8 p. in. , Sni)dr ScIumiI
2 p. in. ; .ervlec every day at B p. m. Kev. F. Zkhvl,
NSL'I:.NCE AGENCY OF
Wei.es it Kekth,
RoVrtl Cjlllillliilll (;ipuiplmtfm!aA.
British America US:.
M Illvillf. Fire and Marine (Villvllle, N. J.)
Jill It lilt , Aet,l,4r.'.w;.W.
C01I111H 11.1(11 ,Aeta t11i.i-Vl.0.
ITiiiaii 1 'Of Philadelphia; enabllt-hcd In lfOl.)
L 11 1UII ,' Aiwet. $.V13.1tK.0U.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR HATES.
Orfiop In Alexander County Hank.
o 1 T
1 1 ALLIDAY BROTHERS,
I'LOl'R, GRAIN AXI) HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Holiest Casli Price Paid for Wheat.
Farmers' Tobiiceo Warehouse
General Coiiiinission MorrhantH,
Noa. US and l'J7 Commcr- I P.,,,., TrTtj
cial Avenue VAIKO, ILLS.
IRRRAL Adranccment nude nuConi);nmonta
J of Tohaoco, Flour and Orulu.
Dealer in IreBh Meat.
HotwcxMi VtMhiniioi und Com
morolul Av, adjoining Iliinnya.
KKRPS for aale tho beat Beof, Pirk, Mutton. Yeal,
l,Dih, HaiuMgo, Ac, and iaprvparod to terra
fetulltea In aa acceptable inanuef.
MAItKKTS BY TEI.KflltAPH
Livi;ur(Hi Novcmlicr !). 2:00 v. M.
Wlicat tmclioncil Winter, 8s lilvjOs;
Spring, lh(,(;lla Gil; California liveruge,
0Mvis I Id; CiJil'mniit cluli, flu 10.o7i
NEW YdllK (IIIA1N.
Xkw York, Nuvt'iiilM-r 0, l'i:(i:Ji'. m.
Wbtiit StciulyNo. 2. tliicngo, llfl(07;
No. 2 Milviml;ce,08v;f$l; Bed Winter, 08
07; Amlur, OSt&l 07; No. 2, Bel
Winter, $1 OO'j. Corn Stoutly steamer,
40?;,'; No. ;), 44(45; No. 2, 47. Ool.l,
(II!(.llll CHAIN AND rilOIM't K.
CiiKAdii, NuvcmVr!), 10:01) a. m. Corn
Niivcnilicr, "ljj"; D.ccmln'r, lil'.j lii'l;
Jiiniiary. 31 i Iiid. Pork January, ?S 02 'j
did. Wiicsit DefMiiIier, 8!'; .luiiu.iry.
CliKAdo. Novcinli'T 0. 12 M. Corn
Noveiiilirr, 31 ig ; Iicccnilier, !11? asked;
May, :'Ai. Pork-Decetitlier, 'l
0 7."i; .Jariintry, ?S02i nsked. Wheat -Deccnilier,
82)4 Hsked; Jniitiiirt. S:i 1 n Iiiii.
Chicago, Novcmlicr ft, 2 :!) r. v. Wheal
Novemljer, 807a ! Deeemlicr, 82 '4 hid;
January, 8!) hid. Corn Decemher, Ul :
January, ni.'.,:tla; May, :i438'. Pork
Diccmher, Jil 80 asked; Jannaiy, ?8 (LI
THE YELLOW FE VEIL
ON ITS LAST LEGS.
New Orleans, Nov. 8. The yellow fe
ver, while here practically ended in so far
as new cases are concerned, still shows itself
here and there and leaves its trail of siilicr
mg and destitution. The Young Men's
Christian Association havcbtill much work
on hand. The board of health propose., to
, , . . .. . ,.
soon add some ,,000 cases to their former
reports claiming them as cases privately
treated and therefore never officially report-'
cd. This will swell th(? aggregate of cases
to something better than 20,000.
New Orleans, Nov.8. -Twodeaths from
yellow fever for 24 hours ending at ixsm.
The Isiard of heulth lias discontinued its
daily meetings and take no note of new
cases tor publication.
Chattanoooa, Nov. 8. One death from
yellow, fever, Coleman Johnson, colored, at
the hospit.il; one new ease, Stephen Dodge,
telegraph operator, at the Western and At
lantic depot. He was a refugee and came
in last Friday. Weather clear and pleasant;
thermometer at 1 1 p. m., 48.
VicKSiiuiifi, Miss., Nov. 8. The city pre
sents 11 clean hoard to-night. There has
been neither a death or new yellow fever
ease reported from city or county during
the past twenty-four hours. The weather
is warm and disagreeable. Bcfugees con
tinue to return in large numbers. Every
train and bout is well filled.
THE LATE ELECTION.
C'Aiiiio.SDAi.K, 111., Nov. 8. Tim oflicia!
vote iu this (the Eighteenth ) congressional
district gives Thomas, Bepublican, a major
ity of 41J over W. J. Allen, Democrat.
The defeat of Judao Allen can
he attributed to nothing but
the Greenback party. In the district there
was u good large Greenback vote, whjch
came utmost entirely front the Democratic
party. Bcpublicuns who had been working
with the Nationals deserted the parly on
the day of the election and voted the Be
publican ticket. The defeat of Judge Al
len is a surprise to everyone, both Demo
crat and Bepublican.
Chicago, Nov. 8. The Tribune's Spring
field special says; "Morrison, Democrat,
undoubtedly elected in the 17th district.
Bcpublicuns generally comedo this."
Si'RiNdKiELi), III., Nov. 8. The best in
formation on the legislature of this state
makes tho senate stand: Democrats, 24;
Bepublieims, 20; Socialists, 1. House;
Democrats, 04 ; Bepublieims, 70; Nationals,
0; Socialists, 3; doubtful, 1.
Liver ih Kino. Tho livens the impcriul
orgnn of tho whole human system, us it
controls tho life, health und happiness ot
man. When it is disturbed in its proper
action, all kinds of ailments are the natural
result. Tho digestion of food, tho move
ments of U10 heart and blood, the action of
the brain and nervous system arc all imme
diately connected with the workings of the
liver. It has been successfully proved that
Grocn's August Flower is unetpialed in cur
ing all persons atllicted with dyspepsia or
liver complaint, and all the numerous symp
toms that result from an unhealthy condition
of tho liver und stomach. Bumnlo bottle to
try, 10 cents. Positively sold in all towns
on tho western continent. Three doses will
prove that it is just what you want.
"POOH" DAN BICE.
From Hie Cincinnati Sntitrtluy Nlijhl.
Some heartless pariijrrajilier thinks it
would he easy e:iuii,'h 1'or Dan Bien to
start 11 menagerie, hecauso the wolf is al
ways nt his door. Biee. thoilji poor
enoiiuli, e:il never h: troll!)!ed with tiiu
wolf at Iim door. His present wife wus the
only child of a wealthy l.ankcr in Oirard,
Pa., named O'Connell. They were inurried
iu the fall of 18(11, it being it runaway
match. Bien was then !17 mid his bride Hi.
Her I'alhcr, a Presbyterian deacon, wasti rri
hly chagrined because the "idol of Ids heart
nnd homo" iiiiirried a showman, and he re
fused to recognize, them. At his death,
hoiyeyer, lie b((iieathed his property to
their son, Dan Bice, Jr., whoso mother has
the bcnelit of the interest until tho Isiy be
comes of age. The property amounts to
about $7V)00. So don't worry yourselves
over "poor" Dan Bice.
HOW TO PUT 01 BL STOCK CP.
The number of, young men who go
hIoiih to bans, miclnbles unT'ofher cvei'tilig
cntcrtaiiiinetits has been rapidly increasing
lor years past, and is now a general subject
of remark. Doubtless this is partially due
to the growing isolation of men und women
consequent on dub life und other causes,
but is largely due to the absurd necessity
i'.npoced lipid yiiiing men of providing 11
carriage, nt an expense of three ijollais,
whenever they, invite young ladies to ac
company them to the theatre or party, and
this, added to other expenses, swells the
amount to prohibitory si.e, Let girls turn
toand inaki' their own drew in it pretty,
simple fashion; let tleni diseouriioc the
hiring of carriages, the purchase of expen
sive boipjcts, and refuse restaurant suppers
at least beyond the moderate, dish of oys
ters, the ( up of chocolate or plate of ice
cream, nml they will s-u a marvelous
change in the social thermometer girl
slock will go up.
"CBUEL ALIKE IN POLITICS
"When a young girl marries an old man,"
says a writer in a Boston paper. l,it is un
fair to conclude that she is influenced by
mercenary motives." And the fact that
such young girls are alwavs poor, and swell
; old men always rich, is entirely immaterial,
j It may be regarded as accidental. It w:is
! just such an accident that happened to Mr.
1 Hayes. He had 11 few hundred appoint
j ne-tits to make, and, by some unlucky
i chance, the whole horde of Louisiana anil
r -ounurew got appointed, wncro-
' i"n some wicked peoplo sneered i.t him
,, r,vik(, )ljm) ,ul(, JJ,.,, t,mt ,)(J y m
truly geml and altogether pure, just lis they
fling and jeer at those young, gushing.
1. 1 . ... .
bcuutilul girls who lumpen to inarrv shakv
and rheumy octogenarian millionaires. The
world is cold and cruel alike in pelitiesand
love . Washington Post.
THE WAY STEAMBOATS ABE IM
From the Piithnrg l)lputch.
The new steamer Buckeye State, that left
a l'w days since on her tirst trip, hail
among the firemen engaged one of the
colored sharps that go around swindling
everybody that they come in contact with.
On the trip down he refused to work and
was discharged, but refused to take his
money, saying that he wanted to return lo
Pittsburg, and if he took the money the
boat would refuse his passage up. In order
to avoid trouble the boat brought hiinhack
to Pittsburg without discharge, In; iu the
meantime .lerforining no duty, being fed
und lodged ut the boat's expense. Without
osking'for his wages, or consulting any per
son on board, the darkey proceeded to the
custom house, procured a warrant airainst
tho boat and brought it down himself and
served the same on tho captain, that is, the
(larkcv delilltieil liinisi'll" n I'ltitml sli ii,.
ofliccr, and, we suppose, will auk nav fur
his sei vices in that capacity, If that was
not a cool operation we would like to know
what is. Now, the Buckeye State owners
have been there before, and don't propose
to let tho darkey have his own way. aud If
there is anything in the shape of law left
for steamboats they intend to have a portion
of the same. Taken as a whole, we con
sider it u barefaced attempt at swindling,
and that tho perpetrator owes the state a
debt that can only be liquidated by a resi
denc,! in Alleghany City for sumo' time to
The Tidy IIocsewike. The careful, tidy
housewile, when she is giving her house its
spring cleaning, should bear in mind that
the dear inmates of her house are more pre
cious than houses, and that their systems
need cleansing by purifying the blood, reg
ulating the stomach and bowels to prevent
and euro the disease arising from spring
malaria nd miasma, and she should know
that there is nothing that will do it so per-
teetly and surely as Hop Bitters, tho purest
and best of all medicines. See other eol
uin.i, New York W;rld: 4-In the Southern
States, after tho war, the men of property
were placed by ignorant and fanatical poli
ticians under tho rule of a hostile race
which was organized by skillful intriguers
and supported by the prestige of it greut
party. It was thought that universal suf
frage had put them for ages under tho con
trol of their former slaves, but ufter en
during misgoverninent for a few years they
roso up amid the applause of thinking men
everywhere and asserted the right of tho
fittest to rule. With every obstacle in tho
way they have recovered control of one
Southern community after another, and to
day universal sulfrago ut tho South is no
longer a danger to bo apprehended but an
instrument to secure order and progress."
TiiKiiM.u.iNK cures all tonus of malaria
such us chills nnd fever, hilious"Hfoveli7
swamp fever, etc. Asa provontitive, it is
tins hest safegimrd in cities where fevers
are prevalent, if taken in time. Ask your
druggist for Tliermuline. Twenty-five
cunts per lax. Muileil froo on receipt of
prino by Dundits, Dick & Co., 87 Wooster
street, New York .
"Idaho having lwrm overrun with nib
bits." says an exchange, "and the L gi.u.
ture, in order to have them thinned" out,
having offered a bountv nf two rent n . li
fer their ears, the rommiMxionrrc of one
county alone now have in their office Iho
cms of 10.0H8 rabbits. VS hat in the name
of all that is worthless will they do with
II...... ..11 m ,r ,, .. ..
uiciii 1111,1 o resiiy can t tell, unless
Prof. Edison can de
which they may be utilized in the manu
facture of inek.1:tses or f ini-innoli i-iowi....u
or some oili. r animal that is mostly all
('4)sc.MP'rioN C.iHEi). An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed
in his 1 huh Is by an East India mi-nonary
the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy, for the speedy und permanent euro
for consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, u.Ui
m;i, und all throat and lung alfec.tions. also
a positive and radical cure for nervous do
hility..aud jtH,wHtf-wnnpln!nts,' ufter?
having tinted Its wonderful curative pow
ers in thousands of cases, lias felt it his
duly to make it known to his suffering fel
lows. Actuated by this motive, and a de
sire to relieve human suffering. I will send,
fife of charge, to all who d"sin it, this iv
eipe, with full directions for pr-paring nd
using, in O rman, French, or English. Sent
by maii by nddr -ssing with stamp, naming
this paper, W. W. Sl.erar, l i!) Powers'
Block. B u liester, New York.
"What food (locals prefer f "A $20
mocking bird is their first choice. If the
family are not able to keep a mocking bird
the cat miLst put up wilh an oriole or a
German canary. It is only when MilP-ring
for food that a cat will accept a sirloin
steak." "Cuts can t sing, can they ;" "No;
but bless 'em! they can keep 'trying to
learn how! They have got so they' can
sound the first four notes on the scale, and
they are determined to get the rest." W hat"
time do they sing the sweetest?" "At
night, between the hours of II i.jni.
and 4 u. in. You have probably read items
about bold, bad men flinging boot-jacks,
sticks of wood and other chamber furniture
at singing cats. Don't ever associate with
such people. Cats have as much right iu
America as any one else, and it is only the
meanest kind of folks who will try to' keep
'em fiom rising up in the world." "How
long do cats live?" "Nobody knows, as no
cat ever had a fair show to see how many
yeurs he could put in. After he has hung
around one neighborhood for fifteen oi
twenty years some one murders him in
cold blood." -Darwin, peculiarities of
The Best Plan. The most profitable
plan for operating in stocks is that of unit
ink capital of various sums by combining
or ptsiling the orders of thousands of cus
tomers and using them as one mighty
whole, which has feen done so successfully
by Messrs. Lawrence & Co., Bankers, 57
Exchange Place, N. Y. city. By this co
operative system each investor is placed on
an equal footing with tho largest operator,
and profits are divided pro rata umong
shareholders every thirty days. An invest
ment of fJlO would pay fit), making ."i per
cent, en the stock during the month. -l
would return $t0. or (i per cent.; 10'
would make $1,000, or 10 per cent., and so
on, according to the market. Frank Les
lie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 29, s.iys :
"The Combination Method of operating in
stiH'ks is the most successful ever adopted.'
New York Independent, Sept. 12th say:
"The Combination System is founded upon
correct business nrineiplcs and no person
need he w ithout an income while it is kept
working by Messrs. Lawrence & Co." The
linn's new circular (oopywrighted ami sent
free) contains "Two unerring rules for sue.
cess in stock operations," mid explains ev
erything. All kinds of Stocks nnd Bonds
wanted, New Government Loan supplied.
Address Lawrence & Co., Bankers and
Brokers, .")7 Exchange Place, New York
StcKAMKNTu Becord : If a man has an
inherent right lo the franchise, so has wo
man; and if woman h:s it not, neither can
man have it. For all this, we do not think
it probable that woman sull'rage will he
conceded, for it is not on a basis of pure rea
son that Mit.li issues are adjusted, and the
bias of education and usngo constitutes it
very powerful factor in tho judgment of
most men. Man possesses tho power to
withohl the sulfrago from woman, and ho
is very apt to exercise that power, simply
because lie knows there is nothing to pre
vent him. But if the case of tho woman
could be taken into n Court of Equity, and
there decided strictly upon its merits, wo
man suffrage would unquestionably cany
Beware op Cheap Excitants, And use,
if you need a tonic stimulant and altera
tive, Ilo.-steltors Stomach Bitters. The
liiptms of commerce, even when they uw
not adulterated, fall to produce more than
a fcmporury exhilaration, usually followed
by depressing reaction, unything but
beneficial to a weakly constitution. Not
only do the potent botanic ingredients com
bined with tho alcoholic of Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters minister to the health and
vigor of those who use it, but tho basis
puro old rye, tho finest and most salubrious
liquor distilled, is no niean promoter of a
healthful condition of tho digestive organs.
Its presence in ,the bitters is essential to
preserve their vegetahlo constituents from
fermentation, nnd it unquestionably aug
ments their remedial vuluo. Few medicinal
preparations of a proprietary nature havo
ever receivod such strong commendation,
from medical men,
'v. -i,.-:; ,v3 ..y '