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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORXIXli, FERRUARY 12, li.79.
NEW SERIES NO. 200
Mayor Ilf'i.ry WlnliT.
Treasurer-li. K. Parker.
ClerkI. H. IMillliK,
'oiinaclor-Win. II. (illhcrt. '
Miiihnl-C. li. Artcr.
Attorney-W. H- Mcdce.
i'ollce .iaetrate-J. J. Illnl.
IIOAIII) or AI.HKIlMKS.
Kirat Wr.nl ). Yocuiii. Win. o'Calliihfin.
Second Ward-Wood Rlllcnhoiim, N. 11. Thlet'.u
od. Third Ward-W. I'. Wrledit. John W.mmI.
Konrtli Ward-t'liailea.0. I'uiU-r. I). J. Foley.
Fifth Ward-T. W. llalildiry, C hun. Lancaster.
Circuit .fudirf-O. A. Hurler.
Circuit rli rk-.l. A. Ifewca.
'jtiiity .l:icl'c - H. H. Yocuiii.
County C.Vrk-N. J . 11 11 1 1) ii .
County Atioriwy W. '. Mulkcy.
Couiily Trenail rer A. J. Aldi.li.
Sheriff John llod.'ca.
Coroner- H. tit as v-rH.c
1'itniitv CommlaaMii.era T. W. Ralliday.
lirnwii. Samuel Hrllcy.
run 'an y
E.-roiirli-i nib atre.-t. between
i Wahutt and Cedar alreeta; aervl.ea r-r.bbath 11
a. m. aud : to p. m.j riutiday r-cliool j.. in.
C'HRIS'I'IAN-Eighteenth atrcet; meet mi Sub-
(ui t 1J :4J j. in.; ip a. hill.! in a-iniiaiiy.
WIl'RciI UK THE KKbKKM Kit tKdcoitil)
V... t-'ourtecnili HfiM't: .Momint! prayer jM.Miath)
Ui::ki a. m.; eu-niio jirn;. cr. , ::i p. m.; r-abbal!i
a. llool '.( u. 111. 1UV. St. J. IUII01el.ee. lienor.
MUST MISSIONARY. BAPTIST IH'Rf II -I'r.ai
liiii'.' jt ! : Vt n. In.. :t i. in., und P- '"
hnhbath achiad V M i. III. KcV. T. J. Shore,
IrTHKl'.AN-.Tli'rtr.inh tre.V; a.-rvice. Sab
J Im'.ti 11 h. m" mid . in.; Sunday i" ti''l
in. Rev. Iiurr-chncr. ua-tor.
MKTRnbrsT -Vof. Kltith i.lid UV.iml a!re.-t;
I'naihl'. KthKitii in:t a. m. ami ' p. in.;
P river rneetih.:, Wclie "be !:' p. m.: Snn.l.ry
Stt.oo!. , ji. in. i: t. A. I'. Mur: -on. paa'.or
I;KBYTEI!1A --Eli-bt!! Htwl: ore Mus n
SaoMnh at ll:ii a. in. awl T::''. m.; prayr
m''tlbu Wi-diicnl.iv at . m.; .-.nn.ar School
I :i i. in. li' v. 1!.V. t ( ri . patr. .
CEi'dMi 1'KKK Wil l. ii.M'TIsT - I"l rt i- t i h
i mrvc.. I-i-;i i ii H biiimi indlcdar un:i'; h ;-
iti a SnMiatli a! 1 and ' i"n p. in.
i.' T. .! isF.l'II'S - ;!tir.:m Cui'miiri Curmr Cp-
O and Wa'iiH !r" ; rii i 'miii T' i
in.: inday ihn'ii : J p. ui.; Yii-pi p. in-; t-
ic i-vry dity ai p in.
L'T. l'ATItll K'S - .K..IMH l atholii ' ( nrni-r Nil.lh
7 f:ri--t am! Wa-Ui.;.""Ii tM-nui'; .vlr"
Sa.:h h urd 1 in'. '-P' T -I p. ni.; f.il.iiav i !
'.' ' m.f i rvii .- v vi-rydny a", e p. w. iti'V. 1". .n
Arrival ami lei,n tiirc of Trains.
I..I.INOH t'ENTIIAL KAlI.IM.'.i)
.' hi . m. 1:'. p in.
I:ii;i.n. li 4r.p in.
:'.'! t in 4 a m.
.; '.r;, in. p in.
(.'AllPi A Mi VIM.ENNLS I l.l.'JA :i.
An. .e. I'' '.'Lit
,i ,i ." n in. 4:1.'iii.im.
i' l. H. 1. M. AM) TI1KUS KAll.liMAO.
.1 i .1 in . 3 'up. i:i.
' r;u A.N'i) ST. l-i'l is l: Ul.l'.MAJi.
Tl' i .'.:: Er.prew !' m. 1 a "i.
Mi.rp'.vln.ro Am o'ii '..i la"' ti 1.' :.Vip in. 3:ir.p in.
t.x.'ep! m:.';.i p: .Vi.i.'l'iy.
;-:SKUAl. l'I'l.IV El'.Y : a. im ; c .
' 1 t,: v p m. : !!.. !;iv. to a. m.
Moil vuriur !) -parlin. t.t . :i at a. in.: rhen
e"'Vr.""ti ': V.::!! :i l.'.i:iiii ('.-lurid aud
y ;'..', ..u.pi ' rural 1! ilro. - i l.we at I3.:i p. Hi.
i uro and I ..ii.-r 'ihrwifU and May Mail
V.'.iy Ma 1 'a I
Ci i-tral. Cairo n.d Vln
.'i ulral lli.ilroadi- do,' at
Wa-' jli.l for Narn-w ;:ts Ital'.rod t)v at s
EvatKv'V Hiv. r llonto c'.e at ft:!
p. i.i ii.' y i .'p' Fi id ay.
f,l.MILESTIlE HK,.,ii:TE Tc;
i - UlllVTIII! MIOHTE-T T I.Ol'IS.
it MILES 11.I.E. . INCINNAII, UAL
TIMolIE ANL WAslUNCiTuN.
il iril IV THE silo'lTrsT Tti INDIAN
M MILEN V).ul.lS.PIUl.ADEU'lIlA.NEW
YORK AN II BOSTuN
SIX HOURS SAVED
(Iyer tralUK of all other mute ni;ikln' the i'.ino
i- Ptiaacivera bv other routea to wake cornier
.ion. n.iiat tele all' ni'-d.t. aillt.L- from one to ix
hour at m:ill country alationa lor train or cole
1 M " A r 1.' A H 1 V 1 I'H E E ACT and 'uko nnr 4 Ah
lih.M IiAllUlt .,, ,, train. reai Mtu: Evai.a
vin.. lioUnniioolla. Clin Iniiatl and Lniiiyl! aaine
.Uv Tralna leave and arrive at Cairo aa follow:
4 : t. a.m.
. . 10:ihi p.m.
I'liroHuh tic'kt''iind 'cii'eck to all Important
r a'mii.ler rosweu. miller
(iell I Paaa. A cent. t.enerill SP t.
L. II. C'lIl'RCll. Pnaaelltfer Atfelit.
(jAlliO CITY FEUUY CO.
LEAVE LEAVES LEAVES
Koot Fourth ft. Mlaaoml I.and'iJ. Kenlucky Ld'fr
' 8 a. in. ' 8::10 a. m. 11 a. m.
10 n. m. 10e H B-mi
3 p.m. a:30p.m. 3 p.m.
4j),in. 4:S0 p. in. 6 p. m.
WATCHES. .1 EWELHY, ETC.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
lletwrcn Commercial and I Oil ll'O Til
Wiirhluirtuii aves., J VJIUVi xu
FINE WATC1IW0RK A SPECIALTY.
nrKtiRnXvIng and allklndi of ropalrtrg neatly
don. . .,,.. " i
'All Kinui 01 Douutfvwviry uiauo hiuiuh.
( Alil'F.NTKU AND niNrKACTnU.
joiin a. rooii,
CAKrKXTER AND CoXTUACTOK,
hllOI' ON TENTH fcTKEET,
(tictwcili Wuhlni;tuu oi.d Widnut.)
Estimate m liiiililins. on losses liy tire
or otlierwise niaue on Hiort notice.
LL work intruded to him will ructdve prompt
nlU nliim, and will he extriiti'd In a 'ut ufaitory
XEW MEAT MAKKET.
Slunof tliti Br.fir.Io HtJ.
No W. Ohio I
KdEIILER lillOS., Proin ictors.
A full and eoniplete fipply of ;he het of all
kind" m at alway on hand, brdera tilled at uny
hour. c!uy nrnlaht.
The Ciiiro Pox and Basket Co.
will r; l.Slr-U
Floorinu:, Siding. L.ath.Ktc
At the very lewen rate.
Haviu? a Heavy StKk of Logs? on Haiul,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On the thortent Lot:ce.
YSJ'El IAI.TY made of STKAV lidAT 1.1 V.iiKi;.
W alo nianiila. tnre FBI' IT BOXMATEhl A 1,S
Cracker. Candv I'ackinc I'.oxt-n Stavee, Headinu-
PAINTS, f)H.S. W ALL PAPER. ETC.
) . BLAKE,
I 'a i nt s. Oils.Ya rn i sk's, Briblies
Window Glass, Window Shades. Ktc.
Always oa hir.d the cc'.cbn.;ed illi mi.natixo
A ti r o r a Oil.
Itross'Bnllilins.Cnm-I. C-iii-n Til
lllercml Ale,. t ' ' i
NEW (il N SHOP,
II, E. LNCE,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Cor. Sixth st. mill CoiiiiueiTi.il Ave..
CAIKO, : : : II.LlXOlsj-
Guns, Pistols. Safes and Locks Repaiml.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE lUiRlNG ON BREACH LOADING lil'NS
All work eunriiiiteed aatiafnetorv. at cheaper rate
than can he obtained at any other place In llie city.
IDealor in lresh !NIeat.
Uc'twwii "WHshiiiBton nncl Com
morciul Av, udioining Ilannye.
V E EPS for .ale the heat Beef, Pork. Mutton, Veal,
J- Lamb. haui.ii)ti, Ac, and 1 prepared tovvrve
famlllii in an acceptahlu nianuer.
EAV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth rttwt and I
Commercial Avo., t
O. O. PATIEIl & CO.
WILL Cl'JJE IiIIEU)IATISJI.
Mil. AMlKliT f'liOOKEIt, thu wi ll known ilrnir
i;il mid upnlliccary. of sprin jvnli'. Mr., alwaya ad-viai-B
f-vi-rv tiuu truiililvd witli ItlKiiliiatli-ui to try
Ke.trt His Statement.
Si'Iiinovale, Me., Oct. 13, 1ST6.
.Mil. II. H. STKvBsa:-
I,-ar Sir Elft' i'n yenrn aeo lat lall I wiin taki n
nick Willi lilicumatirin, waa linalilii tomovn until
tin- rn-xt April. Krom that tlnm until thri-e ycura
nu'otliif fall I fUfl'iTfilevriytliliiawithrhciiniatlcm.
SuiiiiMliiivatlit'ni would he wuvka at a timu that I
could not ti'p oim ti p; fheco attacka with qultu
olK'U. i autliTt'd everything that a man could.
Over three yearn aco la't uprlnu 1 comniem.ed tuk
Int' Vkoetise. and followed It up mull I had taken
even hot tlcc ; have had no rheiiniaili'm nine that
time. I alwaya advice every one that l trontilrd
with rheiiniatlnn to try Vkuetink, and not puffer
for year aa 1 have done. Thla atatement la yrutnl
touB as far an Mr. Slevenf l eoncerned. Yonra, etc.
Firm of A. Crooktrit Co.,lrulfts 4 ApoUit-arie
HAS ENTIRELY CURED ME.
Boston, Oct. 13, lf-70.
Mil. R. II. Stf.vess:
Il. ur Sir.-Mv dauct'-r. after hnvlasa cevere at-
ta. k of whooplnt; coiifh. aa li ft in a f.-eble Mutt
of health, ll. iiii! advUed hy a friend, fhe tried tin
EohTisK. uii.i alter ufliiJ a lew riottiea, wae iiuij
restored to health.
I have beea a ..Teat Mifferer from rneiiiiiati-m. I
have taken ,-veral bottl, of the Veoktisi: fur thi
complaint, and am happy to any it bin. entirely cured
we. 1 have recommended the Veuktini; to nihem
with the fame food r.'fiilin. It li" ft L-reat rleanaer
and purify, r of the blood: it la plcaniiit to take;
and i urn cueertiiliv recommend It.
JAMES MORSE, :W Athena Street.
RHEUMATISM is a MSEASE ol the HL0D.
The blood, in thif linaae. in found to contain an
excrr' of fibrin. Vk.iATIne acta bv convrtiiiL' the
the blood Irtm It diacaerd condition to a healthy
circulation. Vei.etinb remlateathe howelf. which
1h very Important In thia complaint. One bottle of
ioktine wei eive relief, till I 10 elleci a perinalieui
cure li niuxi ne laaen reuianr. aim may laae ae
era! botilea. eanecialiv In caaea of loll" HandiUL'
Vei.etine ia aold bv alldPU".data. Try it. and your
verdict will be the name aa that of thoiiaaud b
fore von. who aav. "I never found ao much relief aa
from the u-e of VEiiETiNE. winch la composed ex
clu-lvely of Barka, Roota and Ikrba.
"Veoktine." aava a Iloaton phvaiciun. "haa no
eiial & biood purtrler. Ilearint' of ita many
wondi rful carea. after all other remedlea had failed.
1 viMicd the laoratory aud convlncil my-elf of ita
genuine tnerit. It ia prepared from barka. nxt
and herba. each of which la hl'-uly e:l'ec;lve. and
they are compounded in auch a manner aa toj.ro
(luce aetoBialiing reauita.
NOTHINU EQUAL TO IT.
Sot TII S.VI.KM. Ma-S..NoV. 11, lStfi.
lr.. II. R. Stevens:
Dear sir.-l have been troubled with acrofula.
canker, and liver complaint for three yeara; notli
Inn ever did me any eood until I commenced ii!ui
the Veoetine. 1 conaider there ia nothlnu eiiial
to It lor auch complaint. Can heartily recommend
it to cvnbotlv. Your trulv.
' Mits. LIZZIE M. PACKARD.
No It. Lasraue atreet. South Salem .Maa.
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON. MASS.
Yeeretine is Sold By all PrwrtrisK
p'SURANCE AGENCY UP
AVklls & Kerth,
I .. ... ..... . i illf LlverlionU
V lllTUS-1 capital :o.oeu'0.
I'ivol r'.iii.iili.ill ' 'Of Montreal. CnnA
JiOiU t dlldtlUUl Capital.Sn.uni.OiieOold.
P.ritisli America !&.
"MJlliJlln 1 Fire S11(l Marine (Miilville, N.J.)
.UlllMlie , A-ct.31.l3.(tT.iM.
I ' iniiiinl'.i ll '. (Of New York City .
I OlHIlieU ltU Aeta $M,'i.:i.J4.Sti.
TTn?rm i (Of Philadelphia; eatablUlied in lSX.)
I HIUH j Aaaeta. $:SLl3.i.
.,.. I lOfDaylou, OA.
r iiciiiiin i.'Mvt no.iJ4.!Ki,
(JOMJI'ITI (Of Frecport. 11IA.
Uei 111(111 Aaaet f IjS.SrT.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
OfHi-e in Alexaiulor County Hank
a 5 w
K O X
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
C'ommrrrtal Avenue, t PilM'A 111
Comer Kluhtu mrcct ( UUlU, 111
T S 1 O. .iLl iJi
MARKETS jjy TELEGR Vl'II 1
NEW Y011K I.RAIN.
NewYouk, FeJiruary 11,12:00 p. m.-Wheat-Quiet-No.2
No. 2 Milwaukee, 1 0:l(&l 05; Red Win
ter, $1 00il 10; Xo. 2 Red Winter,
1 0010i?4'; No. 2 Amber, $1
100. Corn Quiet btramer 4-1'a ; No. ii,
42!a'; No. a; new 40.
Chicaoo, February 11, 12:00 M. Pork
March, fl) 00; April, tlO 05; May,
tl018. Corn Mareh, 32; April, 32,';
May, '36 1
iim if ofii : I .,!! I
mic-iu .uaiin, , -i-jo n,
CniCAOO. February 11. 2:30 r. M.-Corn
xr.irr.li ) u.;i .loivios. v.,,.
' 1 . '
im. T.,.. oi r...i. ;i iinoar .
March, 10 05. Wheat March, fcO; April,
THE STATE CAPITAL.
DU'ARrVKE OK THE ISVESTHiATIMJ 10M.JU-
rpi't'. I 1-i'ltJ iTH'lf tlt ifl I'Tit'A- u I
1 Lb LWinijAI J Ia I hA btyUl.Uin. I
SpniMiKiEiJL February 10. The iunket-
iiErcommitt .-c. inimberinir about fifty souls
i,.i tlo. r -.n,t v ,i,.n,,t tiiic n,r.,in.r f.w
the mirnose of vinitinc the state institutions),
Tl.ev moved ,mt in two of Pullman's best. I
and were loudly chee red by the crowd. Not
withstanding the fact that the house direct
ed that no outsiders should be allowed to
acompany the party, Rev. Fred.' Wines,
secretary of the state lxiard of Cuarities,
pressed himself into one of the cars. This
s explained, however, and to the general
satisfaction of all, in the fact that a cha
lain was deemed necessary, and none knew
better how to till the position than the Rev
The Senate was called to order bv Senator
Hamilton, President pro. tetn
The Committee on Roads and Bride s re
poneii duck senator iienimen s mil in re
11 I 1 X lilt
lation to hedge fences, with recommendation
that it pass. Ordered to a second reading.
Taere being but about twelve senators
present and no tpuorum, the senate adjourn
ed until 10 o'clock to-morrow morning
It was plain this morning r.t calling
oi tue nouse to orucr tnaiuiere was noquo-
rum, but as official notice was made of that
fact, routine business was taken tin.
Bv leave of the house a few bills were in-
1 iixiii I Kir Mr I ivh iLhH ti umm. (.m (xx,I
salary act: same, regulating justices, lees;
satne, bill to require judges of superior and
oiin.ill.it.. cnurU to imi!.-,i tl-1 1 -i ' ill j of rncr.i
M. V ............. ...r..1 .l.r.ir, 1.111 nf....
i I ...Ha. , mi
tay law ol all judgments ot fiW or less lor
six months; exceeding $200 for one year,
uimn sufficient security being ah-en.
t .1. .1, , I, .n i, - n
.wiooii.i, in.ii no i'ii i vi i piiiiu uu sum
lor less tliau two-tiiirds oi us appraised vai-
tie, while the other bill changes the lite of
an execution to 180 davs in courts of re-
i-.acn oiii contains an emergency clause.
Mr. Granger Bill to amend the law
vclii,.li limit liidiilirv nf eornorfitiniis- for
causing death to $5,000 by striking out
that amount and make thc agents of said
Mr. Wilson Bill amending appellate
court act by providing that so far as may
be thc process, practice and pleading in
appellate courts shall be uniform with
those of the supreme court.
. n-.,, i, i;ii ,..,: i:,. , i, . u ......
.UI, M.usii ,mi juu.iuiiiK in oi on son -
ties on olticiai bonds snail make oatli to
their tinancial condition in detail be tore
such bond is approved, and any bondsman
swearing falsely shall lie punished as for
Mr. Sexton A bill providing for a com
mission of five lawyers to revise the stat
utes and common law of the state. Mr.
Sexton stated that ho presented the bill by
request of a Chicago lawyer.
Mr. Priekett, of Madison A bill com
pelling owners of lands on river banks to
keep thc same clear on each side of rub
bish and loose timber. In case of non
conformance as directed, the commissioner
ot highways in the district shall remove the
obstruction and collect the cost thereof
fmm the owners of the lands
Mr. Matthews A bill amending tho re
plevin law and actions beforo justices by
allowing tho magistrate to asses tho dam
ages. Mr. MasonA bill providing that court
clerks shall keep an indexed record of all
proceedings in probate courts.
Mr. Snyder, of Cuss, introduced a resolu
tion providing for tho appointment of n
committee of one to ascertain wliether tho
library of the Into Judge Sidney Breoso
cannot bo obtained for the state and ita
extent and probable cost. The resolution
was adopted and Mr. Snyder was appointed
as that committee.
It was then determined to call tho roll of
tho house, Imt before it was accomplished a
considerable wranjjlti Wft8 u,u n nttcl,1Pt
i was niiitlt! to have tliu sneaker make
' inqnry as to tlx; cause of so many absen
tees, Imt failed.
Mr. Frew, ot Ford, was afraid tliat if an
r'"'"ur:f,11(llt W!H "rc'1''1 iJ woui-i cause
'lisolutiiin of the Iio'.ikc for t!iJ littlance of
the week or until the Judiciary committee
Mr. Ilarrinu'to! wanted to know for how
louj; thesu committees were giauted leave of
Mr. Hopkins, in advance of an answer
from the speaker, re. lied, "fill summer."
The speaker announced no cmoruin, and
the house then adjourned.
Special to theTlmei Journal
Washington-, February 10. Senator Kirk
woou s report ottlic case of poatmabter
Hays to the full committee on Thursday
..11 i it. - A. .1
arc no cliar-es
gint him nnd that his inann-'euient of the
nff en wia ,.. on fntli-r..,,,.,l ,. .1..,.
.... ., iwi,,,,,,,, iiuiih
censor, and the president states that while
Mr. Filley made a "Tiod officer, he was re
moved from undue interference in politics
which resulted to the injury of the party.
The conimitte will report the . case to the
senate on the 13th inst.
M CHEEKY SPEECH
Senator M'Creery's speech, ur-jing the
trnnstVr of tlio Tn.li.,n Tlnr , ...
. . aav a.ai 4.4i i, tvi i ud it x ni
. . , , . . ...
iicnui ciion, nati t row one 01 t ne lunrtM
I .... i; - m.
t'ntiences oi me sssxion. me auierent re-
denoininutionu represented at the
mum agencies came in lor a lare snare oi
I .... .1 aI , x
nmcuie, anu u.eir management was severely
criticise!, and the ground taken that no
policy could prove worse than the present
INTEIt STATE COMMERCE. "
J ucre is a strono- lobby here to secure
the detent of the inter-state commerce bill
now pending in the committee of commerce
of the senate. It is claimed that it discrimi
nates in favor of certain cities and operates
unjustly against a certain class ot shippers
is it passed the bouse.
THE TEST OATH. '
At the joint Democratic caucus to-nilit
it was finally determined that a resolution
to repeal the test oath for jurors', and the
law providing for supervisors and deputy
marshals, should be tacked on to llie gen
eral appropriutien bill. The caucus wis
harmonious and the Democrats express
their determination to insist upon the pas
sage of their measure.
THE POLITICAL PROBABILITIES.
MURAT IIAl.STEAD ON .THE
Thc FioKi.Marslial of American nolitics.
Murat Il.ilstead, sat in his den in tne rear
of the Commercial office at 10 o'clock Sun
":y evening. 1 called on l.im and broached
tli tiiiiii.ft i.T nulifina I Ia ivlw,nl.i,l
I ..... .
down his cvebrows into a condensed thun-
i nun ii.v.n iii.i li "iiu ft r is nil llll.', IVL
ihr-cloud, smiled pleasantly with his mouth,
1 l I l B 1 llU' IIIUCIIIO SHV 111
roirnr, to 11.) t (s. The docliniltinn of
Thurman to become a candidate lias taken
the interest out ot the campaign. It is not
vc!' 'mP01"" ; it is not going to bo a cam
lii-r!i oi unv s,eus;iuoiiiu consequence.
t i.D... l ., r i n.i
i oMiit ir wciul tin lriomla of Tlior,n
are renewing their entreaties that he bo a
is ot t,lc friends of Thurman whoare
urging lilm to become a candidate: it is his
I'nomii'S. Thnsn wlin nro nnvomu Iulm
Thurman run forthefrovenorship are work
ing his destruction, and are doing it know-
lO-'ly. I liuriuan knows it,
I ..ii-l.... m, .1. . . . . .
iv nai iiiuiieiiee wiwuie presenr years
campaign have upon the presidential cam-
paign r -
"None. It has nothing to do with it at
"What of Sherman as a candidate for
"MiiTtnan is not going to be a candidate.
He'd ee the party damned first. I have no
idea that he would leave the Cabinet to
comedown here and take office of Gov-
lir(,r 0f Ol,),,"
"Who would be a good man for the posi
"I tmnk of" the governorship as I do of
the presidency; that any man who is tit to
be a good justice of the peace is good
cnoimh tor the position."
"What do vou think of Oarlleld as a
"It would bo clearly absurd to take him
out of the house ami nut him ia thc guber
"But if ho toes there as a step toward the
"That would be different, but I do not
think he will do it."
"It is said that Sherman is anxious to go
back to the senate."
"I do nut think Sherman wise to go back
there. The greatest victory since the sur
render of Richmond is the resumption of
specie payments. To John Sherman is due
a great part of the credit ol this, and ho
should realizo on it."
"What do you think of Garfield as a presi
"He will not do. His record is good
enough, but a man to run for president
must have his name associated with snune
great event. There is no startling event in
the life of Garfield to thus recommend him
to the people. There was no statesman
ship about Grant, but hctmt on his horse nt
Appomattox and reeoived the surrender of
Richmond. Any man could havo done tho
same thing. But tho man who received
tho sword of Lee must be made president.
It was tho same way with Jackson. -Ho
was at tho battle of New Orleans. John
Sherman is not a statesman s but, when you
consider the frugality of tho people, the
great balaneo of trade now moving in our
favor, and tho condition of buslne, John
Sherman gets the cwdit moro than he
ought, no doubt.'
"Do you consider him a stronger man
than Grant as far as the presidency is con- "
"The events of the last few years would
tend to make him stronger, the cry for
Grunt ii from those people who expect
Grant to do what he didn't do when ho had
thc opportunity, namely: put down fraud
and intimidation nt the south. They call
him the 'Iron Man,' and tell what he would
do in certain cases, I don't sen but what
the pooplc settled the railroad riots without
the aid of the government or the iron
Man.' The talk in relation to Grant and
a strong government is made hy rings,
the whisky rings whom ho protected.
Grant did not steal himself, but ho would
always protect his friends."-
A Soi ncK ok Man Bodily Ev il. If
the hidiit body becomes irregular, much
evil is inflicted on the system. The stom
ach becomes dyspeptic, billions symptoms
develop themselves, the circulation is Con
taminated, and tho nerves uhare in the gctr-'
eral disorder. It is of the utmost minor-'"
tance that the bowels should lie thoroughly
and speedily regulated' when they grow
dereliet. The corrective agent host adapted
to this purpose is llostetter's Stomach Bit
tcrs, a .wholesome, non-griping vegetable
laxative, worih all the rasping cathartics
invented since the time of Paracelsus. Peo
ple who have been in the. habit of using
blue piTls, calomel, and other drugs and
chap nostrums for constipation, should
licndon such hurtful and useless medicines
and substitute for them this pleasant and
geitle aperient, which not only produces
the purgative fleet naturally, but also (
stmigtliens .while it regulates the bowels,
stomach and liver. It moreover cures and.
prevents intermittent and remittent fevers,,
gmt, rheumatism, debility and . urinary
New York Timet.
Gubs in London have had severer tinan
eialstress within a few years than clubs in
Nev York. All told, there are some fifty
there; but many of these have no club-
homes, only meeting places, and arc not
materially different from colloquial grog
geries. At least two-thirds of London
cluls are heavily iu debt, ami old ones aro
dyii g from lack of support quite as rapidly
as new ones are forming. Last year not
less than ten chilis became extinct, and it is
probable that as many more will join them
in tie land of nowhere before the end of
nexl December. The two leading cauts-.
of aon-success are waste in the lacier 1
and expense and improvidence of ser
vant. These will eat and drink
(wages aro comparatively of small
importance) any club, not carefully and
continually managed, intoearly bankruptcy.
Some of these bodies have 100, 125, and
even lol) .servants; and when their capacity
for consuming vianiLs and portables is con
sidered, thc prospect is alarming. ThiV
principal or fashionable clubs are only
twenty-three; nearly all arc extravagantly
conducted, and not a few wholly misman
aged. Their membership is often large,
from 1,000 to 2,700 or 2,800. The Junior
Carlton, for example, has 2,:i00, and the
Junior United Sen-ice, 2,500. Initiation
tees and annual dues are about the same as
here; But London clubs are not so pleasant,
on the whole, as New York clubs, by reason
of their division into sets and the greater
stiffness, reticence, and inadaptability of
The best physicians assure us that Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup is a reliable and ntrver
failing remedy. All Druggists keep it.
25 cents a bottle.
Nearly a year ago Owen Murphy, exciso
commissioner in New York City, absconded
with $-10,000 of the people's money. IIu
has found it convenient to remain an exile,
but appears ia the person of a "next friend"
and brings suit in the Supreme Court to re
cover the amount of salary he would havo
received it he hail not stolen the $10,000.
There may have been cooler things than
t!iat during the winter, but thu thermome
ters have failed to indicate them.
"No mouk Lauduuiu for our babies." All
mothers unite in pronouncing Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup the best soothing remedy now
sold. It is free from opiates.
The agitation of the question of the im.
provetnent of the Illinois ifc Michigan cana
lias finally found its way to congress. Mr.
Hays, of Illinois, yesterday introduced a
bill appropriating $500,000, for the con- .
strtictioti of a dam and lock at Beardstown,
similar to those Already at Henry aiv.1 Cop
peras creek. Thonjhjeet named in the bill
is flic enlargement of the canal and tho im
provement of the Illinois river so as to
make both navigable for the largest Mis
sissippi river steamboats.
Consumption Critiio. An old physician
retired from practice, having had placed iu
his hands by an East India missionary tho
formula of u simple vegetable remedy, for
the speedy and permanent euro for con
sumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and
all throat and lung affections, also a posi
tive and radical cure f.ir nervous debility
and nil nervous complaints, after having
tested its wonderful etirntive powers ia
thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to
make it known to his suffering fellows.
Actuated by this motive, and a desire to
relievo human suffering, I will send, free .
of charge, to all who desko it, this recipe,
with full directions for preparing and using,
in Gorman, French, or Euglish. Sent by
mail by nddressiug with stamp, naming
this paper. W. W. Sherar,' 140 Powers
Block, Rochester, Now York.
Query. Why will men smote common v.
tobacco when they can bay Msrburg Bro's
''Seal of North Carolina" si tho Mw nrtwl