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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY .MORNING. FEBKUAltY 2, li'171).
NEW SERIES-NO. 192
Arrival and Departure of Truins.
ILLINOIS CKN'ntAL RAILROAD.
Kipri'M !:(! p.m. l:lii.m.
Mail 4:im.m. II l.'ip.m.
Ii ieht 8:10 u.m 4 : a.m.
Freight i;:;iii p. in. 5:KI p.m.
CAIRO AM) YINCENNES KAII.KO.U).
A' .ill pcimp.in. 4:4.1a.m.
sT. LOllS, I. M. AM) SOl.TIIEItS RAILROAD.
K:.ir"" ... r : 11 in . 2:'Op.ui,
CAIRO AM) ST. LOUS RAILROAD.
Vlirmi'.'h Expre r : ir p.m. 1 : t a.m.
MuriiliVf Uoru Accommodation. l'J :V) P"- p.m.
r.jio'pt Sunday. 1 Except .Monday.
KNEKAL DELIVERY open ::) a. in.; cloe
. ii .-fi i.m. , iitiiwiv ; i. m if n. in.
i,. Money Order lii'iinriini'iit uncu at 8 a. m.: eloc
.1: .'1 p. in.
Yhroiinh E.iprc Vail via IlllnoU (Vntrul ami
Miilppl Central Railroad clo.c hi 1'.': p. in.
1 aim ami Poplar llluir Through und Way Nail
rli-i- ut Ii::) 11. in.
Way Mail vi:i Illinois Central. Cairo anil Viu
( i:nin and M imm.k: jipt ( enlrul Kuihiiada cli-v ut
' t' .h p. 111.
H'y 21 11 11 fur Narrow (iau'e Railroad cloc ut S
''airuaud Kviii!v!lli! River Route Uofc at l:Hl
) ni. iuliy (except Friday).
(JAIRO tfc YJNCENNES K. II.
t'A MM I.VTUK shortest i;m:te to
0! .'I 1 Kvmihvilli-.
IT Mil I.VTHE MIoliTl'sT T Unit
it .'I I lil Yll.LE. IM INNATT, -L.U.-TIMORE
M Mil IVTUK Il'.'I'T KsT T'i INDIAN'
) .UIIjIV'' W'OLls.J'illLADLLl'IilA.NLW
VuKK AN1J llOS'Hi.N
SIX IIOUUS SAVED
Ovir trti'.ua of all cittnT ronti- making the fsim;
f r.'si:;i'iT bvothr route to make rouncc
Sum MUM ride all' nluht. wnltinir from out to ix
honr at n;ull cuuutry utatluim for truins uf con
V V l-'M liLMJI'lIEFAl Tai.l'akP0!ir4:4:1
i 1 1 .U I4.UI 1 Is II, a m train, n-n lung Evan
t;ile, liul!aiinoli. Cln liinati and I.i.uvill ame
t'.nv. 'l'ritin leave and arrive a; Cairo a follow:
Mail leave. : 4:45 a.ni.
Vil li nrriv- lii:np in
Through ticket ami check to ail Iir.jHirtaiit
r. A MU.I.EK liOSN KU. MII.I.KR.
.ru 1 l'a. Ajetil. (i-nrnil M.p'l.
L. B. tlU Kl lI. TaMi nfi r Au' nt.
7IAK LEAVE LEAVES
" nit Konr'li : I!o".rl Lnnrt's. Kemurkr W;
10 a. m.
4 11. m
:H a. in.
n: J) a. m.
'J a. in.
1! a. m.
S p. m.
5 p. m.
.i n aki:uy."
Kiubtli Street, near ('oiniii.'ieial Aveiiue.
V. I'KSCH, PitopitiKTOK.
Ilavlnj titarteil .1 flret flnni" Itukirv. and pliici d a
flriin St. Louis baker In charge, I am jirepari'd
CAKES OK EVEKY pEsi'KIl'TIoN,
fnmi the plnlnewt to ilie mnt idul'orntf kind, fiiit
nhle fur weililitif'1. Iall, etc.; alnt all kini'.n of
Uad. I'ie. and l'atrv. at tin: very loi-t rate.
)-Wr lll I"' promptly tlHed. A delivery wairon
will run daily to all part of the viiy for tl.e accoin
modatioii ni ritKtomera.
A Chare of the put.l'c'u patronage I policltod, anil
CAUKI i KS AM' WAOO.NS.
f(iMMi:i!ClAL AVE.lietwoen H1T1I r.ml
SIXTH STS., CAI1U), ILL.
"ITOI'SE SllOEINii a Fpecinlty. liepnlriM of 1;
1 L kind of vehicle done neatly and nu h ut 11
tire, ut the low eat 1)011)10 cot.
HYEIXG AND KKX0YATIM1.
yOUH OLD CLOTHES
CAN BK nRArnrn-LY
UYKD Oil KEPAIKKD
, At 11 Tfllllnsr KxpetisiC. 0. D.
CIIA. SIIRLLKY, SO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
I'iT" Lti'lio iu:il tlimt' old h' nadn newr
t'Alll'KNTr.lt AM) COMKACTOU.
(J.MirKN'TKII AND CoXTltACTOl!,
SI10I' ON TENTH sTHEF.T,
' (between Vitlilii(;tou and Walnut.)
Itimtes on Imildiiws, on losses by tire
or otherwise made on uliort notice.
LL work lulrnte. to hint will receive prompt
Hitiintlou. and will be executed lu a nut cfuctoiy
THK IURY Hl'LLETl.N.
T T T
The Cairo llnlli llii entern immi ii
1 1 1 1 tentli year with a loniiili'te in w
M (limit and a ilfteruiiniti'ni 10 make
lit I.. Ull ...a....... .. ....1 .1 .
irmrttii " iuv u iuu
J'V,. E l'lillihlietl Every Mornisi?;,
EEEEEEK I . monuavs exckitld.
It will vr.ilircrc lu Ita colnmna daily
CO MM EHC'E,
A A A
of 'i.rh 1 harnrter nc we trimt Khali
prove tl.e. eijnal 11I the rlieapi-st ami
uito! ui:r vwnU'inpurarii .
Tli" I'OLITK ' A L C'A M PA I (i N
HOW peKi.lli;' iC Otte of eri'nt imiHII't-
a:.i " vot.-idered it. leith It" National
and Stiiie arpeetr: u full I'unurvr-
iie.illt delerulioll will lie tho'etKa
l.e-.'ii'iatnre in to lie e!e ud w hii h
iwiil ileti rniiiic the MircefMir to II011.
T, lit. J. Oelep-hv In th l ulled Siati".
Ui it , 1 prhaie. lieiievini; tue Huecemi 01 wie
.lAAsLL, litcniiicratic party lo hi; ei-n'titial to
jthc niaintainaiire of ?ood govern
emmeut. the linlletln will alwayphe
YYY YYYlfouiiil ailvuratitiit ita nieaniirerj' and
lalMiriie.' for the p-iaccua of It repre
entutivei.. To promote theM' deriia
Ille end" everv l)emH rat fhotlid ex;
rt l,iiniif in dir-emiiiaiini! the
trtith- of hlri parly, and In nu way
can loU he more ellectnaily dunu
than liy the circnlaUou of h'.'t hotnv
u u '
v u !TIie
inceneiltn ritv u',rr!ler bv
rier- at TWENTY-FIVE CEN'f
.week, payable weekly.
By mail tin advance: one
fid; jx niotHii. J.'; tjiree no
J. V ; one month. 1. 1'oi-taji.
' Adverli-iii!: Hiitei:
E , E
T T T
;F!rt in'ertion. pi r Minare. . .
For one week. periiare . .
For two week. ter upmre
For thr"e week, per Miimre
For one month, per Mjiiure. .
Each additional iu:,rr
. 4. :i
1 E lirh t lino of nonpareil (olidi
coiir-iitnte a iiiare.
! lipl.iyed adverlUeineiit' ilil be
'charged arcorciiiL' to the ;uce. at
above rule there bein-.' twelve line
of olid type to tin' Inch,
i Toreiiiar advertiu-r we offer an
perior inducement, both a to rate
of charge ami manner uf ili-pla int'
. Notice in local column lnerted
ifor twenty cent per line tlrt iuer
jtioc: ten cent pi r line for wivh ub-M-qiieiit
! peci:il notice lnerted fir ten
'cent per line for llrt ini-erlion : five
'cent lor each uhcu,!ifut lnertion.
I Notice of deaih ami niarriu::ea
'twetitv cent per line.
I Ail letter and and comm'.ink.ttion
chuuld be aiiiirei-cd to
The Cairo Bulletin
E. A. I'.l'UN ETT.Octier'l Matui.-er
HOOT AND SHOE M VKLU.
F.OOT AND SHOE MAKEJI
Connnerelal Avenue, bet- I
SiMh and Seventh t. I
rPAKES pleasure in unnonnclinto hi pal run niid
I the public generally that he hud received the i
.1,...-. .....I V .. I . . . .... , I .- J
linen mm nuiM, '.'ieci Miu i Oi l.eiiiner m ni-n
ii '"ciipil. in ever brouu'bt tit!il city. All Work in
In line executed promptly aiul in the lcl uiuntiei'.
Entire atlfiietion u-iveti lu every lutr,nce. Price
to "111 I tile time.
.MEAT MARK E"
XEW MKAT 1AIAUKET.
Siuuof the lluniiloHwuI.
No ft). Ohio I.
vtniv, iii. i
tfOHHLEU BROS., Proprietors,
A fttll and complete, attnpl. 0f the heat of all
WILL CITIE IUIEUMATISM.
Mlt. ALIlEItT ItOOKEU. the well-known lo-iitr-Rial
and apotliei ary. of SirliiL'va!e. .Me., alwoyn 011-vl-eneverv
one tionhled with Itlieiiiiiatlnni to try
Head His Statenient.
sriiixiivAi.K, Mb., Oct. 1.', 1HVH.
Mil. II. U. Stkv:v:
Iiear Sir. Klfteeii yearn fluo Iant fall I wan lakisn
nick with Khc uninlioiu, wan nnulilo to move until
the next April. From thai Hum until three yearn
H'.'o tliln lall I mllered everything w lthrheiimatimii.
Soinetitiinatheri! would ho wueka at a tlmn that I
could not Htep oiiL- tep; thene attacka were q ill to
often, I auflcrud fverythlna that a man could,
liver three yearn au'O last ntiriuir I commenced tak
ins Vkuktine, and followed It up until I had taken
aeven bottle; have had no rheuniatlHiii inre that
time. I always advint every one that la troubled
with rheumat am to try koktint, ana not inner
for year aa I have done. Thia Htatement la gratui
tous aa far aa Mr. hi even in concerned. 'Yourn, etc.
Firm of A. Crookeri Co.,l)ruiliitaiApothecurlea
' HAS ENTIRELY CURED ME.
- BoaTON. Oct. IS, 10.
Mn. n. II. 8vrx:-
Jli-ar Sirr-My dniti;ter. after havlaga aeverc at
tack of whoopiuj coueh. HHn left in a techlo ntate
of health. Beliiif advii-ed by a friend. hu tried tlm
Vkoktink. and after ui-in;' a' few liottlr, wa fully
restored to health.
I have beeh a -ri at Kiifl'erer from rneiimatlriin. I
have taken rievera! bottle of the Vi:iKTiNE for thin
complaint, and am happy to ray It han entirely cured
nie. I have recommended the VrohTlNK to other
w ith the name food renultn. Ilina treat e)eiilier
anil liurifyer of the blood: it i" pleaunt to tuke;
and 1 can iheertiillv recommend It.
JAMES MOUSE. :m Atheim street.
KHEl'MATISM i a DISEASE of the I'.LOOD.
The blood. In thi- dlM-ane. if found to contain an
exec.' of r:hriu. VkiiATink act by convertini: the
the blood from it dii-eaned rouilitlonto a healthv
circulation. Vkoi.tivk rei'iilatev the boweln. w hich
l very Important In thin complaint. One bottle of
Yr.i.KTlNK iv ill ylvi; relief. lint toellert a peruiiuient
cure It niiint be taken rcjriilariy. an I may take ev
eral bottle, enpeclaliy in cao of loun ntutidiiiL'.
Vkoktisk i aold by all drtr.'Nt. Trv it. and your
verdict will he the i-ume an that of thousand be
fore von. who nay. -I never found ut much relief at
from the tike uf Vkoctink," which I computed ex
clucively of Uaikf, Hoot and Herb.
Veoetisk." av a HoMon phrniclan. l,ha no
eiiual a a blood pnrltler. Ilearinir of it manv
wondertul rure. after all other remcdie had failed.
I vii-iled the latiratory and convinced tuyaelf of It
irenulue mer.t. It i prepan-d from baxkn. riHi
and herb, ea b of which I" biu'bly ellecthe. and
they are c.Hinioiiiided in uch a manner an tu pro,
due'e actoiiihhlny remit,"
NOTHING EQUAL TO IT.
S01 tu Salem. Mass.. Nov. 14. is;ti.
Mn. II. H Stevks:-
llear Sir.-I have been troubled with ncrofula.
canker, and liver complaint lor three yenr; uolh
ins ever did me am food until I commenced tinimi
the Yei.ktise. I con-lder there is nothinL' ei!ial
to it lor mch complaint. Can heartily recommend
it to cverviiouv. uinr trulv
MHs. LIZZIE M. I'A' K l'l.
ran?e street, Soutli Salem Mas.
No. 1 L:
II. H, STEVENS, IWJSTON, MASS.
Veiretine is Sdld Hy all Drujaists,
pSUHANCE AGENCY OF
AVells & XEKTJr,
niliiinic 1 'f Liverpool!
yiU'CIl , rupital sui.uaw.
lv.il I 1o ion ' 'Or Montreal. CanA
Il()U V ilIliKUilll C.ipil:il.j!iAv.ilJt.old.
"t;ili "lln i lire and Marine (Miilvillc, N.J.)
JIlinilR , A-i'l. !1.44i.HT.lH.
I'll win i(,f l'hilail-lphla: eUahli-hed lu lHlH.)
I UIOII , Aet. s :v;.ii;.'.oo.
Fli'inii'in'w '. tf Dayton, (m.
r JlCIlliill t Atet SIIO.IJI IW.
IOI'tll-m 1 " I'1' reeport. Ill A.
IHilH , Aets j-tvi.srr.83.
ItlsKS WHITTEX AT FA1U HATES.
Offlei? in Alexnnilev County Hank,
- . r
Decorative Taper I ranger
p a. i isr rr ii: ii !
A SPECIALTY MADE OF
Gl.'tzin'g and' Kiilsomininy:.
Leave Order ill Ilarclny'n or 1'nrker' Hook Store,
TOll NEW ORLEANS AND AL,L WAY
Tho eld'inl Anchor Linn atenuu'r,
I 1 1 r t i.i nu ciTTT;ruiniT
Leaves with Dispatch.
For frcluht or puHt' apply to
CAl'T. THOMAS W. NIIIELDH. Audit.
Ou Auchor Lluu Wharf boat.
La I est lews.
3LVRKETS BV TELEOItAl'II
t LIYKIIPOOI, (iltAI.N.
LiVKitPOOL, Felirutiry 1. 2:o0 v, m.
Wletit LVi)clmnoeilWinter, 8s liilfells;
Siring, C 10il(Jirj; California average, 8s
8dilM 10.1; California club 8s llil!)s
41. Cora new, is 7d4il 8-.1. Corn
NEW YOHK ORAIX.
Nnw Yoiik, February 1, 1:20 p.'m.
Whett Quiet- No. 2 Clijcno, 981 00;
No. 2 Milwaukee, 1 011 02; Red "Win
ter, $1 00l 0'4'; Xo. 2 Red Winter,
$1 0t; No. 2 Amlier, $1 071 07?4'.
Corn Quiet steumer, 45; No. 3, 434 ;
No. 2. 4S,
ciiicvoo oitAis and rnoDicp.
Ciiicaoii, Fi.'ltniaiy 1, 10:00 a. m. Pork
-Feliruaiy, fJ ?,r; March, 0 47; April,
if9 32J'j !. Corn February, 31 ; March
31 ?8'; Ma;-, Wheat February, 8.)4';
CiiicAoo, Febniary 1, 12 M. Pork
March, !) 52 j'; April, ?!) 07. Corn
F..-bi-uary, 31; March, 31?';"Vay,
35. Wheat February, "; March,
CmcAf.o, February 1, closing Pork
February, $0 37 ;a; March, p April,
$9 05. Corn February 31; March, 31
April, 31?.; May, 35. Wheat Feb
ruaiy, 85a; "March, 80,5a'.
THE NEW YORK NOMINATIONS.
Washington, January 31. The senate
went into executive session at 1 o'clock,
and devoted three hours to the considera
tion of Secretary Sherman's communication '
relating to the New York nominations, His
statement was very lengthy, and covered till
the points involved in the controversy. Af
ter a heated discussion it was agreed to
postpone further consideration till to-morrow.
Among those on the Republican side
who may be counted on for the Adminis
tration are Senator Dawes, Matthews, Hoar
and Burnside, while Windom, Plumb and
Ferry arc considered doubtful.
NOT A St'UE TIIINC.
Private advices show thnt Chandler lias
not got a sure thing on a seat in the senate,
as the friends ofBagley have organized a
formidable opjiosition, and unless some
concessions are made by the Bagley men it
may result in the election of Rcprescnta
Conger, who is the dark horse.
The Southern Representatives in the
house are justly indignant at the failure of
this congress to support the motions look
ing to the improvement of the Mississippi
river and tlie building of the Mississippi
levees, and have finally agreed to combine'
and deteat any scheme for the improve
ment of any othert section of the country
unless they cau secure some sort of recog
nition of their efforts to improve the gre-it
national highway. Some of them go so
far as to say they will oppose appropria
tions for pul die building so long as North
ern members antagonize all plans for the
improvement of our inland commerce.
The jp iiate committee on Territories tire
discussing the condition ol affairs in the
Indian Territory and considering the adap
tability of establishing a civil form of gov
ernment, with aJView of opening it up to
ltIVl.ll AND IIAUI'.OIt.
The sub-committee of the house com
mittee on commerce will r'port the river
and harbor appropriation bill to the full
committee on Monday. The full committee
have agreed to work constantly on it until
it is ilisposed of,
THE ILLINOIS CAPITAL.
Si'UiNiiFiELi), Jan. 31. Then being no
petitions and reports of standing lotnmit
t 'es on call, the following new bills were
introduced and ordered to a final reading:
By Mr. Jones Bill for an act to repeal
the law in regard to cruelties to animals..
By Mr. Do Laney Bill to simplify plead
ings nml practice in courts of record.
By Mr. Foskiek Bill to appropriate
12,000 per milium to the Reform School at
Mr. Culloni Bill to appropriate $17,000
for additional buildings, etc., for the blind
asylum at Jacksonville; also, bill to make
an appropriation for the ordinary expenses
of tho same institution liir the next two
By Mr. Ilmlleld-Rill to a ; rnd the law
permitting off-sets against c'.ai tis in suits
and permit tho jury to settle accounts mn)
render judgment for plaintiff or defendant
for the umount dutnither.
By Mr. Talliafcrm A bill to crealo a
board of Finh Commissioners and encour
age the cultivation of fish.
Hy Mr. Wilson Bill to niacnd the reve
nue law so that all taxc of uiiifonn ruto be
extended in one column.
The Road and Bridge eoinniitteec return
ed Senator Thomas' bill to ainctnl t'ui road
ami bridge law so that the tax-payers luay
pay road taxes in labor or money as tln-y
may prefer, witli a ivcominnilatiort that it
Tim bill to appropriate fSiOOtopaytho
Illinois National (.'nurd for services ren
dered in the East St. Louis war ninl other
places of riot and racket was takon up and
read a second time.
Senator Necce moved to refer the lull to
the Committee on Appropriations. Carried.
The joint resolution in regard to ceding
the Illinois and Michigan Canal, with an
iniendment directing an inquiry us to
whether a cession of said cunal to the gen
eral government is desired, and to report nt
an early day, was returned by the house, to
to the senate.
The somite concurred and the resolution as
amended was adopted.
The following additional bills were theu,
by cwnsent of tho senate, introduced:
By Mr. Hidell Bill to provide for the
legalization and adoption of childien which
have been raised ami acknowledged as
By Mr. Ilerdmar Bill for an act to in
demnify the owners of sheep in cases of
damage committed by dogs mid which pro
vides the machinery for raising a fund by
means of liciViscs to be collected from the
owners of dogs, to be used in paying losses
sustained by the owners of sheep from rav
ages by dogs, .after proof of such loss has
A number of bills were then read a
second time and ordered engrossed for a
third reading, after which the senate ad
Mr. Ticc, from the committee on con
tingent expenses, reported against ap
pointing sub-committees to visit state in
stitutions, which means, evidently, that the
old-time practice will be in vogue: namely,
a wholesale mass visitation and big ex
Messrs. W. A. Loonney, J. C. Willis and
W. L. Hambleton, Commissioners of the
Soldiers' Monument at Mound City, made
a final report to the governor, stating that
the monument is completed hnd all the
money expended, which report the governor
to-day laid before the house.
Bills were introduced as follows:
By Mr. Toy Aill to appropriate $400,000
to complete the Southern ' Illinois Peni
tentiary. Mr. Harts, of Logan, introduced a reso
lution setting forth that the adjutant-general
is required by law to make biennial re
ports to the governor; that such report
has not been made by the adjutant-general.
The resolution further declares that the
2.000 risked for by the Illinois w ar de
partment shall not be paid until the house
is furnished an itemized statement for
such tin appropriation, The resolution was
laid on the table.
Mr. Fosbender introduced a resolution
directing the committee on education to in
quire whether the Normal State University
could not be discontinued as a state in
stitution. The resolutian was adopted.
.Miss Ella Jackson, a little lady of ten
years, was unanimously elected a page.
Mr. Layman introduced bills for the ap
propriation of money for the ordinary ex
penses of the Southern Normal and South
ern Insane Hospital.
The remainder of the session was taken
up in reading bills first time.
The Secretary of state to-day licensed
the "provision exchange," of Chicago; capi
tal stock, $100,000.
Special Correspondeiici; of the Citlro iliilletin.)
Washington, January 21), 1870.
The house yesterday added something
lik a million dollars to the post olliee np
gropriation bill, by agreeing to amend
ments of the radical senate. The house has
so far in the session submitted to the domi
nation of the senate on all matter of the
kind, and the expenses of tie- government
will therefore be for the next year greatly
in excess of what they should be and even
of what the house appropriation committee
reported. The direct result of this loose
way of doing business, unless cheeked, will
b.e that the coming Democratic congress
the 40th will find itself forced to restore
the taxes on tea, coll'eo and other articles,
establish an income tax, and in other ways
make the people and the party suffer.
There ought to be Democrats enough to re
sist the tendency to extravagance.
The house by a decisive vote yesterday
passed a bill imposing penalties for the im
portation of more than fifteen Chinese to
the country in any one vessel.
Senator Edmunds lias at last succeeded
in getting up his resolutions concerning
the later or war anion lments to the consti
tution. Thev, with the substitute of Sena
tor Morgan, which aflirms that the constl-
. .. v e -.1 i
tution Is ot binding lorco within its sphere,
w 111 huvo lonar discussion. Or course
neither side will make any converts, but a
great deal of campaign literature will be
got ready for 1880.
The most striking event of the week has
been the eloquent speech of Senator Hill,
of Georgia, in which he declared against
the payment of any so-culled war claims
whether to what were known as "loyal" or
'disloyal Southern men. He contended
not only that it was impossible for the gov
ernment to pay them, but that it was better
for the Smith that they should not be paid.
Tlrere is already u quarrel as to the rais
ing of tho 150,000,000 necessary for the pay
ment of what is known as the arrears of pen
sions under the bill lately passed and ap
proved. The regular pension appropriation
bill for the year gives some !jt30,00,000,
but that money can not bo used
for payments under the nrrcars
bill. It is said there will be strong Radical
opposition to the appropriation. Radicals, .
in voting the bill through, werrs working
for popularity among the ex-soldiers, but
w hen they ca,mc face to face with tho 50,
000,00ft they seem to doubt whether that
much can be spared from the bondholders.
Much of interest has been developed in
the last few days in the invesligation nf
cipher and other t'degrains. It is .slmwu
that Win. E. Chain Her, furnished the tele
grams published in the New York Trihuint
and also those Gencrcl Butler had. Ase n-
ite committee clerk stole theni from the com
mittee room and gave th-nt to a Radicsil con
gressman, the congressman .cave them to u
high official who UU'ncd them over to Cliau
dler. The thieving clerk, in accordance
with civil service reform as understood by
Mr. Hayes, was given an important oflice
It was shown that Postmaster-General
Tyner, then in Indiana, telegraphed to Zuck
Chandler, the Secretary of the Interior,
that $5,000 would be given for the Indian
agencies, and that Chandler agreed to make
the appointments. The money was used in
the Indiana campaign. This was in 187G.
It was also shown that the management of
the "Western Union Telegraph Company had
delivered up to various radical politicians
the original of important and presumably
compromising despatches sent by theiifc
pending the Florida and Louisiana electoral
It is now authorativcly staled that Sena
ator Christiancy, of Michigan, will be made
Minister to Peru. He will be succeeded in
the Senate by Zack Chandler. Then the
new Republican Senators will be Conkling,
Piatt, Cameron, Logan, Carpenter, Hill, of
Nevada, Chandler, and probably Pomeroy,
of Kansas, all Grant mell.
IS IT NOT GOOD ECONOMY,
For a farmer to spend his winter months
in hunting coons or loafing around village
courts ami bar-rooms and in consequence
compelled himself to chop, and his wife to
burn green wood in summer; nor,
To keep a breed of hogs whose snouts
outweigh their hams; nor,
To live on pure hog and hominy all win
ter, and as a consequence, shako with the
chills all summer; nor,
To pay two dollars for tobacco and live
dollars for whisky where he does oiio dol
lar or nothing for newspapers; nor,
To plow but three inches deep, w hen he
ought to plow six or ten inches; nor,
To plant fifty acres of corn when he has
only force enough to thoroughly cultivate
To sell all the decent products of his farm
and dairy, and feed his family on the rub
bish. The death iiatk of our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, w ithout any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from tho most nisignigeant origin. At this
season of the year especially, a cold is such
a common thing that in the hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often find too late, that n
Fever and Lung trouble has already set iu.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
every winter, while had Boshee's German
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large billot a doctor been avoided..
For all diseases of the throat and lungs.
Boschee's German Syrup has proven itself
to be the greatest discovery of its kind In
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Ovvr
1)50,0(10 bottles sold last year without a
single failure known.
The lucky numbers in the Commonwealth
Distribution Company ot Lmiisvillo an-,
No. 43,380, frlO.imO; No. 20,455 $10,000;
No. 83,004, $5,000,
Gov. Marks has only one leg, State Treas
urer Polk has only one, and Col ("nines,
controller, has but oneiinn this in Tcnnes.
see. In Louisiana, Gov. Niclmlls has hut
one a ni i and one h and in South Carolina
the governor lias but one leg and the two
United States ticiiat rs have but two I gs
between them. Wars and mules did it.
morning paper says; An Illustration
of the loose way in which iinpovtMiit legis
lation is rushed through in Washington is
afforded by the supli tneularv niiprmiriK-
tion bill. No one appears to have the least
idea how much money it will take out of
tho, treasury, while its provisions an'
vaguely drawn that it is susceptible of a
half doZ 'tt different interpretations.
Wade Hampton, a notorious winak thief
! ,ul rol,1,"-'r lm8. been captured iu Atlanta.
H may lie incittoitcii in this connection that
Ifcnjcky -,)rIwim t0 IHntf r,corg
Washington, and North Carolina will inn-
ler u bimilur compliment ou Jeff. Davit.