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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
i ENKHAL DKLIVEKY open ,::ju a.m.; cln.it..
V l p in.; hiindiiv: H to II a. in.
Minify Order Department open at 8 a. m.s cliwm
at fi p. m.
TliriMitrii Etiri'H Mull via Illinois Central and
ilisslsslpjd Central Itiillioad dose, ut p. in.
Cairo uml Poplar Jilm) Throui-h and Wuy Mall
c1'-(4 ut 1-j :.J jj. in .
Wuy Mull via Illinois Central. Cnlm anil Vln
cimiiich and .MUs.ssippi Central KullroudH dose ut
H:l'i p. in.
Way Mall fur Narrow (iaii'ii liallioad cloud at 8
C airo and Kvanvllli Klvur tloutti doses at li:;!0
I'. m. duby (except Friday).
U.K. TIMKCAIM) AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTltAL It. If.
TIIAIN- MIIIIVK. Tll.l.1 IIKI'AIIT
Mill 4:(:, a.m. I Mail :i:Ma.m.
lupic- :uo p.m. Kxprcss li:iJ ji.iii.
CAIRO YIN'C KNNI'.SI:. I;
M iil 10:1m p.m. ! Mull 1:1." a m.
CAIRO A ST I.OI IS li. I!.
Hvpr.-- RMS p.m. I Kxpres IHlKia.m.
Ai' Din (!.iii(iii.l,.,:.Vi p.m. I A' oiii'dallou. 'J ir.p.ui.
CHICAGO. ST. LUC IS AND NEW OKI. KAN'S It. It
Kj.iv lt:U.m. I Kxirrn :i:Onp.tn.
M.ul. li;:t!lp.iii. I Mini.... 3:llUti.lii.
C. A. & T. R. 1I.I10.VIJ'
Tela. cxpre .. a.m. I Texan .-xprcfs.SM.'ip.rn.
A' nimmudut'n a.m. I
M Ivor- . 11. Thi.tb'W onil.
Trcu- ir.-r-Kdward Ih-znnla.
Clerk Dentil". J. Foley.
Counselor Win. B. Gilbert.
Marsbul-C. I). Arter.
Attorney- Wlllim Hendricks.
I'ullie Mu-lsirale-J.J. Bird.
IH.AKIJ nf AI.HtllKKM.
Kirs! Wird-Wru. O Cuilalmu. M..I. llowlev.
Sc '-.jiid Ward-Dald T. Lluiuar. C. It. Wood-v-ird.
Third W'ard-W. P. Wright. Kithert Smith.
Fnur'h Wurd-- harh-s O. I'atier. vacancy.
Filth Ward-T. W. Halliday, Krncst 11. IVliit.
Cirfilt .Indjff-O. A. Darker.
i r-u 3 I'l'-rk-J. A. Itcvcs,
County Jnilai'-K. s. YiM-tiiu.
( unui'v C.-rk-S. J. Huintn.
c.iucy Atnirnv W. C. Mu'k.-y.
CnutiiV Treasurer-A- J. Abh-u.
Sherti John llodi'i .
I'uMi'v Commissioners W. Halliday.
lir.jv ii. nmii'l Brl'.ey.
A H 1 1 ' A N M.
K. -Fourteenth street, between
iV Walnii i
and Cedar streets: n-rviccs saliliatb 11
a. m :t t; i p. in.; Sauday School l : p. in.
M1I.1-TIAN -Kiirhteeiiih street: M'-elii.'. Sab-
b-tii l'i..ip. in.; prcaculn,: m- a-uniam.
'HUM 11 OK THE ItEDKEMEl! -i hplwiipal)
V- K::r nth strict: Mornit.:.' prayfr tSaMtathi
In: -,t in.: .i.-ii'.ii!! pr-.T. T::i p.m.: Sat. hath
k!.oo. a. in. 1 si. .1. Dlllonl.ee. Hector.
pil'T MI-MONAliV I'.Al'TIST (III T.C1I
Y I'leo :.ni'.- at M: 'i ii m.. p. ni . and V.'in p. in.
S.'iIi'mKj "IioiiI at p- in. . T. J. Sim."'.-!-.
C'FHEItAN Tli'.n-riiih tt.-.-t: cni." Sal,
4 lia'U II a ni and T:'' . in-: S iw'.uy lio! 9 a.
in. Ii.-.. liii r- .!: r. lu-tor.
ET1!I)1T-Cr. l'.ih'!i slid W-lti'it ! r'-.1-:
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(riM-r !.. t:i.n. Hi' -a.i . :i p. in.: Minu-y
SC.'i'i.. . p. w. I. i v. A. 1'. !irn-i:. p.i-i'ir.
i:Ei.YTEl!IAN--K'..'lit!i tr?'-t : J.r- a. biiiL' on
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K -i.! ii ly I.ii j.
'.i a. in.
11 . n..
:i p. in.
. p. in.
I i t. m.
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( :' a. in.
in: Vi a. in
I hi p. in.
. 'HUSTLE WOOD,
lU.ru: "i ):lnU-d l.y tin' wt-rk tit n-a-uiial.K- rates
;mi houses axu r.t'UGiF.s
At pr!c- 'o niit tin- time-. Hive me call
NEW (U N SHOP.
jj, E. LCE,
XEW. (J UN SH0 ,5
CiitiMin iriiil Avo.. I'Himslti' Si'Vi uth st.
C'AIKO, : :
(inns. Pistols. Sales and Locks Reiuviri'd.
Keys Jladc to order.
CHOKK 110KING ON HUE AC H LOADING GINS
All woik .'tuinintwl mitl-liietory. i.i 'l1,iJ,1,''!,,V'''
haucati lie obtained nl tmy other place In '"e ("
W110LKSAI.K. WINKS AND LIQUORS
Wluile-alo and Ri'tiill Dcalern In
Foreign ami Domestic Licjuors
Wines ol all Kinds.
No. (10 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS'. SMYTH CO. Iiiivp coiiKlnnlly lnit"
nl' Mm I, ...I iin.uU In 11... iniii'kel llllll L'lVC
-'lieelnl iiHi'htlun to tho w lioli'ulc bruni'ti ol the
tj;w MEAT MARKET.
Sltrnof Hid Iiuflalo Head.
KOEHLEIt I5U0S., I'roiirletors,
nil anil roinuliitii nmnl
kliidH mi'iit always on hand, i
y or thi- iient of all
OrdiTH tilled at aur
lioiir, day nriiiuht.
Dealer in lfrosh Meat.
IMwppn "NN'Mehiiigtoii unci Com
mercial A v., tul iolniuii IXannya.
f, Pork. Mutton, Veal,
l.auili. Suiia-,'.. &(-.. aud in iiri-narcil tu ...riM
i Ik PI
famUle In an acceptuhlti luanin-r.
PKOPRIETOR OF SntOAT'S PATENT
ICE I5Y THE CAU LOAD OHTON, WELL
PACKED FOIl SHIPPING.
Car I-.oac.ls a Sjxeialtv.
C) .1-' V 1 C ' K :
Cor. Twelfth Street ami Levee,
J JALLIDAY RHOTIIEliS,
( Vmimission 3roivliants,
pr.M i:i: in
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Holiest CaIi I'rii o Pai-l for Wlioat.
MtTIAL AID SOCIETY.
I'REKA ! EUREKA!
A Sl'ItSTITI TE FOR I.IKE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
aIitfal Aid Society.
OiLMiilzeil .Inly Htli, 11177. t inier the Ijiwsoi
tlie Stiiteof Illiimli. Copyrisliteil July
!l, 1!!77. llllilef Act ut Coliuii'-s.
C)1M It 'KliS:
WILLIAM STIIATTON. Piik.-iuknt.
Mi:. P. A. TAVI.Olt. iri: 1'iiksiiii:nt.
. A. ool.llsTINE. Tr.KAMiiKii.
Dit. .I.J. GORDON. Mr.n. Aiimkoii.
Tllo.MAs LEWIS. SKciiiiAitv.
llOAltl) OK MAS AC. Kits:
1 . GORDON. PIivkIcIiiii Cairo, Ills
Mil.. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent of
Seho d", Alexander County " "
Mrs. E. C. FoRD. Yurlety llracket Store. " "
I. A. GOI.DSTINK. of Goldstlne .V l!o-
eliwater. Wholesale and Retail Dealers
In staple und Fancy Dry Goods.
lllsTl.EWOOD. of lllnkle it
riiisllewiiod. Counuli slon .Merchants,
l otion iin.l Tobacco Factors
S. D. AVERS, of Avers A. Co., Commis
THOMAS LEWIS. Insurance. .Milliliter
and Attorney ut Law
WM. STRAT'l'ON. of Sirallou .v, lUrd,
MO. M. AI.DKN. Coiniiilsslon Mer
cllllllt, IS Ohio Levee
ilAS.S. RHARDEN. A-'eiil Mlsslsslnnl
nllev Transportation Company
HARRISON llOl'PT, WutchinaUcr and
I'll AS. It. STUART. Wliole-aliniid lie
tall Orv Goods mid Not hum
EDWARD A. 1IUDER, Maiiufaentrliii;
Jeweler uud NS'liolesiile Dealer Iu
Wiitehmnkoi'K'TiinlH and Mnlerhils,.,.
KDWIN It. EG NEW, I'liipileloi' St.
ClnirleH Hotel ,
11A.EN LEHillToN.Coniinlssloii Mer
chant Dr. EDWARD It- RoK. C. S. M,i,-.i.i
Solltheru District llllliois Spilnuflcld. Illn
Mis. S. A. AY l.RS VIII.. fii.i
Dr. R. lll'VVrV,!,l'':!,','!n' .'."'""it'tlHills, Ind
,.S. M. GEI.All, Real Estute
MlitUn-r .............Otniid.11111,.11,,,,, Tlin
J. H, CULLLY. .MwUuui Meiiaiiu.Mu,.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
JKftK 1IINKI.E, N. II. TlllKUBWiMUl, J. II. JIoUltK
1 1 1 X K LE, Til ISTLEWOOD
Fanner's Tobacco Warehouse
No. Ii' tti'd li'i C'oiiimi-rc'.al Avenue.
C.'AIItCJ, i 1,1..
rLH'-ral Advanccmi-iitii niade ou Couslu
nielil" ol Toliai-tf. Flour, und (.lain.
IVAl'i lit" for (iear. Srntt .t c, thre'liiu-; ma
chine, portanlu i.aw mill and thieHhiui: unlui.
Asiitn liirCliamploii liarvvntlu maeUtiivin. mowom
CAIU'ENTEIt AND CONTUACTOII.
JOHN A. POOR,
Cakpkn'tei: and Comractoi:,
shop os xenth stiteet,
(lietwwn Wali!ni;tou and Walnut.)
Estimates on lmildins, on looses by Are
or otherwise made on short notice.
VLI. work lLtrutfrt to him will reielv.; prompt
att.-ntluu. uud will be tseetiK-d iu a aat.Kfactory
LEXANDEH COUNTY CAN K.
Coininercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. ItIiO:S. l're.l.'.ellt
IV NKKF. Vlci-l'r.-: :oti!.
II. WEI.I.s. Ca'hi.-r.
T. J. KKiM'II. Ai-t4Ut C .f'Ju:.
Hr.... C airo;
t.-r N.-S. I aim:
M i i-t.-rluli.
William Kj::-.-. Cairo ;
William Willi. I airo:
R. 1. itiHStis. .-. M Lnu!.;
J. . Cu-uieo. Calt-uo-.a.
OENERAL BANKING l;llNES DONE. Ex
ji V (li.ii.i.- cold and bought. Interest paid in t Uf
saiiiL' Department. Ci'llectiui.j. made aMl a.l
lei"':!. promptly atteiid.-d to.
jNTElil'ltlSE SAVINGS DANK.
ciiuiteoii Milt eh :;i. ire.!..
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK.
lT;ii'i on i!epo:'i M ir. ii
1-r. lati u..; -;t!-nrav. :i i
! t!:e I -i t I uf tie: ii. '...
:u loni; o.ii,d .utm-t.
iClii!ilieii awl iitun i. i! wmin may i! posit
lllnllev anil no one rise c:in (lr:i it.
WALTER HYSLtJP. Treasit
MIE CITY NATIONAL DANK.
W. P. I! ALI.IDA V. I're-iil. r.r
11. L. HAI.I.IDAY. Vice-Pre-ide::-.
WALTER HYSHU'. Ca-!i: :.
TAAT- TAVI.Olt. W. P. 1IAl.!.t:A V.
IIKMiV I . IIAtl U'lY. !. II l I SNtN.-HAH.
U. u. w:i.uaIso.. -i S;-:iln mi:: .
it. ii. i am -y.
xclianye, Co'.n and United states Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposit, received and a g-tiera! Liukltii:
Wholesale and Retail
Drv Goods and Clothing,
ROOTS AND SHOES.
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS,
G HOCK H IKS.
;'rrlu!..tZii Cairo, HE
SADI.F.RY AND HARNESS.
JADDLERY AND HARNESS SlUd'
In tlie old Lmhvls A IVerwnrt Mnml. i"'"1' llu'
Antli Eutrlne House.
TSpiepured to do nil kinds or v ol'; 1,1 'f,'1.1,!':
I I heeplv. i..icdlclnllssy.!Uldlll ll ll""'" - , " '
muullUe innunor. lie Invlles piitnuiw
uti'v tiitl'fi'etlou lu mry piiitivti.in'
MORNING, MAY I, 1879.
THE VEP.Y IJKST MEDICINE
dyspepsia ami Indigestion.
n!!?,rf i'Ti"!"-'1, ,""r( 1 ,llke lh" I"-'" 10 ,ru !l-'
kill. i,r Medicine. Vetretllm When I Im-u-iu to
a. . l'oyear- ai'wlih .Hell marked hen-
t" ; "Mr euiNllioiisrlit It . a ntlinulaiil tleel,
, , '"''"Ide. leulinf mull" liad u- hi-
"" llilnklniMhat o line who read tin-
!''!iiuiiinulthut I wmi,. at that time, mL.i, think
..' i,"! wrl.'l' UUVv m"r" '" '""'"
'?' ' 1 ' 'il' Vi-.'ellne alnio.t tuo
iiim. -Ji,1,,'l -t.-rt.lily until the i.re-eiit
t ni . at whldi mn enjoying my former lieulth. und
uiiim ,-r my.elf eure, l,y Ywiluu. Two vearn
.mi , "M;ilVl '" Ul"l Hvc. 1 ui
5 ,1 I "v ,or "'''''ll'", ami Clven up
... ' 'V1'1" ,ll"-'f"- "otne of tli ino.ti.klli
.1 L, !u' , l"''- Ttl,,v ""''I I ti I .v.-ral
ui i.iv .. itj.-iu.lliii: conHUinptiou. hear! din-u-o. and
eier:i; i.th.-r., e.pially falal. Ulnl irin-t ill.:, lint
' lY'ni'e. taken a- a la-t n-i-orl. Iiruulit mo through
'IU tO tliul Hl. ,j. f,., Sict. tll.HUh l.ee,,,,
in iinjuuve. I hiiv..- tnadc a Mitdynf dWaft'. and tlnd
tile I'a'j.,. ui my nyniptittn to huve lu-eu l)ypepla
or In.ll.v.tion. and I aim) rind that tlv i-ae of
um ""' 'Ihi'ViTj lx. aro iirtect- of tho ain i'uitu.
hen t!,.. food' In pot propeilydlireted In the Horn
ajli, Ii l,,., nine, a poinonoiii.. putrid muW. which in
aliKoriii fi int.) tliu blood, and liy that l conveyed to
an pan-or tliu vtem. caiilnuviiipiiim ol itl-ea-e
lnaLy.,run r tlieoru'anoof thi- body: und if thU
caiiav i. not removed, them: fiymploiii become. In
time or.-inic dieieii. I baiu t'iven Vi-u'et!no a
thoronti test in my own cuite, and nNo lu lhat of
many of my ciiiialutaiicen. and Und it lobe tho
vvy bet iiiedtelui' extant for Dv-peju'la or lndlre--Hi
a. one of the "wnptoiiii. ol which i iinuull.v the
b .lief that you 'li.nu o'ne or.;Ji'lr dincinn). 'I am
well kuowu In the town of Goft'-tow n. Weare. and
Newton, of thl mate N . II 1. und can furnUti uu
undeiilulile corroboriition of all the-e otateinenti'.
I wl'i wllllui;!)- uu-wi-r any letter- of initi!ry iu re
card to my ow n ca.e.or theu-enf Vc'eilne.
Yo'ir-truiv. A.J. IIL'RBECK.
If K.iSTiNK i. taken regularly, accor.tiuu' to ill
rei't:on.. a e.-rtain and f peed v Vine of Dv-pepsiu
will follow i, u-
Mil Ii. K. Stems :
Dear Si.-. For the lat fifteen vi.-ar-. durtn.' the
iiinnth- nf May a:nl June. I hau-'beeii altticted with
what tin- dot tor- cnjlcd A-thma. It wan verv di
tre-nnr. lendoriiii aw mi-i ratile. othat I dreaded
i' coin'.iii ou 1 a rcrommetid'-'d to u-e Vi'''e-
tilie. I took two tuitlle- le-(or-I expetced tlltf at-
taerf. aud was en'irely relieved. I feel .rutefill to
Mef.ni.- JSu. T ItAl.IM.Elt.
l!lK(ii-e.-k -t. rilii.l
VroisriM! !::i r.-. ore-! thon-aud- to health who
::'! ikc: lu,- and pain;;:! -,i:vi r :
1'inilik's anl Enqitions
of the Skin.
II. K Steven--My
moth- r.'.'i- i:eii vonrvalti.i'i!- medicine "Ve
e:ine." for Tet'.-r mil Eript.ou- of the cklu. and
!. i lotttid ur-ut re by tiie u-e of it. I ciu rcc
o!ii:i,. :.d i: u..- -:: .1 co:ii:ilalnt-
'It A HI.ACKWELL.
K- - I'liiout-wn. ( nioii c o.. Ky.
Humors on the Face.
!;. tlil-eonilitloM of tl.e -',;in. the Vkoetise i- the
-r.-at remedy. ;t- it n:t- iiir-.!iy upon the blond.
It . lc;.n-.-- mi. I pur iie- the blmd. thereby can-in
!iv.:n..r- to li- :.; -. :n . liy interna! treatment all
:mpi;!ti.-nr.: t:irou nr.!. Vn-rriNK cive 'jnod
( ir. ;:t i in to ti.e '.lii.e:. reliesini; t.ie Indamed or
::.e-: . ::i, .:-.!. r
ed. cl -ar . Miu'.lex;.':
:i.' the l.e:i.'.h. iwV.:, a
II. R. STEVENS. P.OSTox, JIASS.
Vfffi-tine is Sold Hy nil Driiyirists.
rs i t
RoOTs AND SHOES.
M.'inr.l' ..eturer and Dealer ir.
HOOTS AND SHOES.
'Leather and Kiiidins
No. Commercial Ae.. Ret. Kiftl. nr.d Si.-.tli St.
Keep, constantly rn bund a I:ir;e assortment of
Gents uud l.udlei lion:- an I Shoes of all style"
and sizes, and of the e:y best of St. Louis and
Cincinnati llainl-tiiaile work: sold cheaper than
ever before, mid clieiipev than like aooil" can be !
tallied iu this city.
Also, always on hr.nd a la: stock of Leather and
Elndlniis of all description, sol.t erv clo-e.
XEW YOHK STOHE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety- Sttx-k
IX Till'. CITY"
(100DS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nlnctccn'li Mrei't.-autl
Cniiimi'ri'.ul Ave '
C. O.PATIEK & CO.
ILLINOIS LEG ISLATURE.
Spuinofiki.I), liny 2. Mr. Ilocner
moved to susjtciol the rules ami take up
his resolution providing for tho limiting of
speeches to live minutes. Tho motion was
Mr. Hamilton objected to tho preamble
in that it recited that the people were de
sirous of a speedy adjournment. He didn't
think the people wanted this general as
sembly to ipiit until it was through with
the important matters. He moved to .strike
out the preamble, which was adopted.
Mr. Joslyu thought the resolution should
not pass. No member could discuss im
portant measures in five minutes, lie then
moved to refer the resolution to the com
mittee on rules, which was carried.
Mr. Tuls.iferro from the committee on
agriculture and drainage reported the re
vised ami rearranged drainage bill which
was ordered printed.
At this juncture .Mr. Glutting came to
the front and asked that his express bill
be taken. Objections were interposed. A
motion to huspend the rules for that pur
pose was then made, but defeated.
Mr. Cullan then entered a motion to re
consider the vote by which .senate bill 208
was defeated yesterday. This bill provides
for obtaining reports from banks on call
of the auditor. The senate refused to re
consider by a tie vote the president giving
the casting vote.
When the senate convened in the after
noon Mr. Hunt introduced a resolution pro
viding that the committee drainage bill be
given the full freedom of the road. The
resolution was adopted.
Rills on third reading were then taken up.
Senate bill :7i). providing that the state
board of health mav refue certificates to
individuals guilty of unprofessional con
duct, and that it shall not be deemed un
professional for physicians to advertise their
business, was taken up and passed.
Senate bill 400 to license and to provide
for taxing persons, companies or corpora
tions doing express business on any railroad
in this state came up iu "order" and was
read a third time.
The bill provided that express compan
ies shall make an annual report to the audi
tor of public accounts stating among other
things the gross amounts of all their re
ceipts in this state from every source of
their business, and that said companies
shall pay into the state treasury a special
tax of one per cent of the gross amount
Mr. Whiting said that he understood that
thcie was no opposition to the hill, but not
withstanding this understanding he pro
ceeded! to dismiss the bill at considerable
A number of bills were read a second
time and ordered to a third reading.
The following bills were passed:
House bill TOTi, preventing any addition
by the state officers for failure to collect
commissions, etc., to the levy authorized
by the legislature. The practice has been
to add ten pur cent. The legislature in
cludes in its levy all expenses, including
commissions, failure to collect, etc.
House bill iVPJ, limiting the rate of taxa
tion in cities to one and three quarter cents
for purposes except to pay the bended debt
and intere.-t on the same.
Two of the '-hallelujah hisses, scouts of
the salvation army under the general the
Rev. Willliatu J'.ooth." have arrived at
Glasgow, where they have begun a series
of revival meetings.
The Rev. Dr. McMullen. vigur-general
of diocese of Chicago tun! rector of the
Cathedral, will undoubtedly succeed the
late liishop Polcy. The names i,f the Fa
thers Riordan and Conway: also of Chicago
have been sent to Home with his.
The Ilillsboro, 111., Presbyterian church
has lieeti fortunate in its creditors. Some
time at!') Mr. Joseph T. Eccles gave the
church a debt due him of iji'.,.(l0'.. and late
ly, Mrs. Mary S. Paden donated it a note
held by her late husband against the said
church, amounting, principal and interest,
to $! 10.4:5.
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon, of the 'Western
Holmes." Association, havo been holding
revival ineetinos. nt Wilsonville, Iowa, and
these has been such quarrel as to the best
way of conducting these senders that dis.
tt'.rlianccs are frequent in church, the
preachers are pelted on their way home,
the wheels taken oil" of worshipers, wagons
and so on.
English "stalwart" churchmen are great-fy-xiisgirsti'd
nt the announcement in the
Aniiales de Notre Dtiiiie de Lotirdes of a
visit made by the Prince of Wales on the
Nth of February last to the baslioa, crypt
and grotto of Lourdcs. "His royal high
ncss," the Aannales reports, -'always digni
fied and respectful, gave evidence of senti
ments of ieligious emotion. He said on
Ids return that he had not expected to find
in France in this century of unbelief a
place w here faith was so strikingly mani
fested. At Lawrence Kan., considerable excte
meat was occasioned on the evening of the
21th, ia St. Mavv's church, by the attempt
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ed assassination of one of tho Augnstinian
Fathers by an Insane woman. Father Cole
man was delivering instructions from the
alter platform, when an iuwmo woman
mounted the alter steps and made two des
porate lunges at the the priest with a large
shoe knife. Father Coleman managed -to
dodge the blows nnd seizing both of her
hands, held her until m-milicrs of the con
gregation went to his assistance.
At Rrighton, England, the other clay a
Voting man was brought before the magis
trate for going drunk to a Ritualistic
church and disturbing the services with
noisy demonstrations of applause. "In an
swer to the charge, the prisoner expressed
his extreme regret, attributing his behavior
to liquor, but ho solemnly assured the
bench that he believed at the time that he
was witnessing a performance by a troop
of Japanese now giviug performance in the
town. His novel apology excited considera
ble amusement, and the bench merely fined
hun a small sum for being drunk.
The pope has raised the chief of Order
of Malta to the dignity of grand master
thus giving him the style of "serene high
ness" nnd the rank of a sovereign prince.
This restoration of the historical grand mas
ters of St. John in Jerusalem or Malta will
attract much uttention in Prussia, where
there is an Order of St. John which is Pro
testant and conferred by the king of Prussia
wliaJiolda the grand i priorr.-of Uranderr-"
burg, formerly belonging to tho Order of
St. John. The grand master is Count Ces
c hi de Santa Croce, an Italian, but an Aus
An Episcopal bishop, who gives no other
clew to his personality than the informa
tion that his diocese is "north of the Poto
mac, west of the Hudson and cast of Lake!
Michigan," wishes to secure five miuis-
ters for missionary and purish work in city
and country, all ot whom snau ne gocoy
sound in faith and body, well educated,
active, patient and sensible." They shall
use no narcotics, snail De ready to go witero
they are scut, and give their entire time
to the bishop's service. Board bills and
traveling expenses will be paid, and n $LK)
a year to each man besides. It is intimat
ed by the bishop that his undertaking may
in future be published.
M. Loyson better known as Pere Hyacin
the. has just brought out at Paris a brochure
setting forth the doctrines of tho new Catho
lic persuasion; This little work is divided
into rive parts comprising, Rejection of Pa
pal Infallibility. Election of Rishops by the
Clergy nnd their Congregations, Celebra
tion of the Liturgical Offices and reading of
the Rible in the National Tongue. Mar
riages Allowed to priests, and Liberty and
Morality of Confession. M. Loyson's new
church, in the Rue Ro-jhechouart, continue
to be well frequented so much so, indeed
that on Sunday there is not accomodation
for all who are desirous of obtaining admis
Turton Rolton le Moors, deserves men
tion as an English parish that is decidedly
conductive to longevity. In 1 iGo tho Rev,
Amos Ogden became incumbent and l.ell
the living till 1810 ; his grandson, the Rev
James Spencer, tilled the pulpit fifty years
when he died, aged ninety-two: Lis son tli
Rev. J. 0. K. Spencer, then held it lor thir
teen years, now his brother has succeeded
him four incumbents in tho sanie family
in 1 14 years. Two clerks of Turton Church
James und .Nathan Holt, father and son.
have however, eclipsed the vigars in lengtl
of service, they have performed these duties
between tlieiu tor the long period of 120
years, each ot them dying at above eighty
years ol age .
At the consistory to be held in Rome
early in May, the following new cardinals
will be created. Monsignor Deprcz, arch
bishop ot loulouse; Motfxignor Pie, liisnoi
of Poitiers; Dr. Joseph Hergenrother, pro
fessor of ecclesiastical history in the Univer
sity ot urzburg; Dr. Newman, M. Giusep
pe Pecci, the pope's brother; Monsignor
Alimonda. bishop of Alhenga; and Father
Zigliara o! the order of preachers. Tin
firt four are men of distinction. I?y the
promotion to the purple of the archbishop
ol'Toiiloits and of the bishop Poitiers.
France will have nine cardinals two ol
whom are permanently domiciled in Rome
Monsignor Pitra nnd Fallottx: while the
remaining five are Donnet. nrchhisdop of
Rordcaux: Ronneehosc, archbishop ot
Rouen: Regnier. archbishop afCatubrai;
iGuilieit. archbishop of Paris; and Caverot
archbishop ut Loyns.
Arrangements for the Sunday school as
semblv during the coming summer at
Monterey, Cal and iu the Yosemite valley
have been completed. Tlie excursion wil
leave Omaha, Thursday noon.. May 2!) J
reaching ( gden and Salt Lake May ol. If
will depart from Ogden Monday morniugl
June 2. and reach Yosemite on the follow-!
ing Friday or Saturday. The assemble
wil! open on Saturday evening, and remaiij
in session two weeks It is proposed thai
tli roe mii.utmiw Juill be discussed from dilV
to dnv in n series' of con versa tions. Prob
ably a tourists' chapel will le dedicated n
the close of tlie meetings, recursions wii
he mada to various points of interest ill
the valley. The Monterey assembly will bl
held in what is known asthc'Tiieitlc Grovi
Retreat" at Monterey ocean. Urn prol
gramme here will be move complete than
at Yosemite, and will follow utter that o
the Chatauiiurt assembly. Dr. Yineen
writes that there is reason to expect that
verv large number of persons will assembl
iu that most magnificent of .ill cathedral
on the earth (tho Yoscniito valley), and w
hope to associate with this marvelous ptac
the study of the word of 'Chid, the niing
ling of Christians in blessed lellowshn:
and to erect a chapel as a perpetual memo
rial of the visit. 1 he chapel will be deiu
cated to the worship of God for tho bench'
ot the tourists ot the world who visit low
"It is is beUer to laugh than Ikj crying!
decidedly; nnd to enjoy our Imby
laughing society use Dr. Bull's Ilabyymi
which relieves the chief discoiiifprts
babvhood without stupefying 'lie childrri
Price 2 cents. J
Qt F.nv .Why will men smoKft commc
tobacco win u they run buy Marburg l)ro'
"Seal of North Cai-oliim" at tho laruo price