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THE DAILY CAIRO : BULLETIN.
eni:i:al de liver open .-.-.u a.m.; do,
VI ,::)!) p in. ; Sunday : S tu !t a. m.
Money Order JJi-j:ir'l iin-ut u it I 8 a. 111.; clo.c
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Tl.r..U'.;li E-:pre. Mull via Illinois Central and
al,:ippl Central Riillroud doe at lvj ::t i m.
f :,iro ami Poplin- liluir Through uml Way .Mall
c.i -. - il ii. in.
V;i;, .Mail In llliuola Central. Cairo and Vln
'"mi - aud Ml".i-Miil Cenir.il Railroad clo.c at
IMS fi. in.
Wi.y .Mail f.ir Nariuvr flange l:ti 1 1 roixl cIo--h at 8
(aironud Cuin-vllle River Run t -! ul (i::10
i ii -laity rpi rrid.ivl.
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-p: p.iii. i fciprc. liiim p.m.
c A I 1(0 A VIN ENNESIi. I:
V :l loum p.m. : Mail .... I ir, it .in.
CAIRO A ST I. Oi ls it Ii.
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, ".'ii il.iiiuii l :.m p.m. I , ciini'diitioii. J:l."i.in.
( iih aoo. sr. i.oi is and new Orleans n.it
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Mm ir-X B Thi.llewood.
'1 iM.-upTKih.nri) liczouia.
t '.erk -Ik-nni. J. Foley.
i'oJ!i"lr-Win. B. OllWrt.
.Marshal -C. D. Ari. r.
A'!uni"-v - William Hcudrlck.
!;. Magi-irate-.!..!. Binl.
BoAKIl Of Al.llKltHKV.
K'r: Ward-Win. O'Callahan. M. .1. Howli y.
Mtf.ind Ward -David T. Ltmgar. I'. It. Wood
ward. Third Ward- W. p. Wright. Egbert Smith,
fuauh Ward -Chart o. l'atier. vacancy.
r::;;j Ward-T. W. Halllday, Krneat 11. I'etlil.
ire .it .lmlfe-0. A. Marker,
i ll" nil ( Iith-J. A. Rnve.
'-jnniy J'itlir-- R. S. Yorum.
( onuty Clerk S. J. llunim.
County Atuiru.y W. (,'. Muikcy
l ocntv Tr. a'iircr A. J. Aldeii.
Shi fitf-Jolm Hodge.
Coai.lv CiiiniiiiiDi'r T. W. Ila!!lily. M.
Prowl. Sum ml Rrilcv.
1 lit KCIIF.
i KlcAN .M. E.
Fourth-nth tr--t. between
Walnut and ( edar tr,-et: w rvice. Sabbath 11
in. and ';:. p. m.; Sunday School l:)p. tu.
(MIK1STTAN - Eighteenth Mn--t: mretins Sa'
ti i!h 1": i i. in. ; rn. L i uir ex -u-iiiBl! v.
' Hi Hi II oK Til K liKDKKM KltiKHi""'t''')
V rtiurtniilti Iri-'-t. Muruiiik' praurn iMtldiathi
l':i a. in.; fw iiiic irv.-r. '.M p.m.: Saliliatli
K ilo i. 'J a. rn. iii . t J Dillon br. lii itor.
pili' MISSIONARY UA1T1ST t Hfltf'H -1
I'r-ail.in.1 at I": ' a in...". in . and 7:i . m.
Mlil.alh w l.'Kd at ;:v tu. li. v T. J sliort--.
I'" rVllKlUN-ThiM.-tith ir-.'f. --rvi
4 h-b 11 a. tu. and ;:' - m - Sunday Iiool a.
in. IVv. Din r' Ini'T. t. i-tor.
MKTIH)I)lT-i'"r. Ki.'h'li mid Walnut -tf-:-:
!'r--arbiin; saiii)t;ii in it a in and T p. ni :
;mv.t mt'liiij. W ..Iim ..1 p. ni.: sun.U)
Nnoiil. :l p. ui. !:.. A- I'. Morri.on. panr.
I:-;;s',YTK.i:iN Kijhih r.-.f. pr-a' liii on
S. iinuth .it 11. t" a. in and ; : Hi p hi.: fravr
W- fi,. VVi'i!ii'-d.v a' 7 ::' l. in : si.ni'.av suinoi
at 1 r m. lii Ii V. i.. "r.-r. pn.n.r
Ki ONI) KIM.K Wll.l, IIA I'l l "T - Kiff ' i Hi
n ''t. t"-t vt .'vii W nln'ii ami 'i-dar r!n-vt-, --r-vii
- tltl i.i' h at : and 1 : p ni.
CT Jos K I'll s - i Iio!ii:.n faili.illi i liirnrr ro
a i,.! Wa'-iiMl :r-.'i: skM.1i lt::i
in : uda Si ni' t '.' p. in. ; ' -1 : I1 ni.;cr
vii i'. '-v'rv t'ay at h j nt.
ST. 1' VTIili K - Kniriati 'tlioli. i CortuT NlulU
.--.I mid VVa-hiiitftiti nvi.m': "rvic.' Mb
i j'li - mid lo a in : V. -p. r. :i p in : Hnndav s. Ii'h.1
p in ; ai-rvii i " fvi-ry day at p. in. Itvv. r Zani-1,
Fmi t'ourlli t Mi-oiin Lai.d'j
:l p. m.
. p. m.
:n a. m.
1 P .m.
; p. m.
8:l a. m.
l: iii a. m.
) F. THISTLEAVOOD,
I) JOLT A. LLVKIIY
Iloi''' uosided by the week at reaanuaMc ratra.
t.OOU HOUSES AND HlCiGIKS
At prleea to huK the tlmcf. lllvp tnc a call
NKVV lilN SHOP.
. E. I.CE,
XEW GUX SHOP,
(VimuwIhI Ave. "upoitllr Seventh t.
CAI WO, : : : Iltl.INOlS-
Gnus. Pistols, Sates am! Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CliuSK BORING ON BREACH I.OADINO (U NS
All ivork (.'iiiirnnleed anttil'iu'loiy. at cheaper rate"
hnucun be obliiined atnny othot I'luce In the city.
WHOLESALE VIXKS AND MQIIOHS
J. SMYTH tVs CO.,
Whnleiile mid Retail Dealern In
Foi vin and Domestic Liquors
Wines ol all Kinds.
NO. 110 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTIt CO. have roiialiiiilly a re
lock nl' thu boat loid a In the market ami u'lve
"periitt atteullou to the wlinleaiile bniiicli ol the
NEW MEAT MARKET.
ST V: AM BOATS.
Siirti nf Die liiitTalo Head.
KOEHLER DUOS., I'loiniVtors,
JOK AUKLL, Airorit.
A full and complete mjiplv or the Iipm tit all
kuiilx meal alwayii on huml. Orderf dlled lit auv
hour, day orui'ht.
JA( 015 WALTKIt,
Dealer in lA'osh Mt.'at.
Ui'tw''ti WuhliiiiEtoM ami ( 'out
nn'ici.'il Av., ;tI i'liniiiK Iluimyn.
KEKI'S for aali'the bent Ilwf, I'ork. Matlon.Venl.
I.amb. Saunaije, 4r., and ic prepared tu nerve
lanillie- in an aixeptahlc manner.
rUOPIUKTOR OF SPIiOATS l'ATKNT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICK IJY THE CAP. LOAD OKTOX, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Cai- Ioatls a .Specialty.
(J F I (.' K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee.
nr.At nu is
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring" 31 ills
Hirlirst Cah Price Paid for Wheat.
MITI AL aip snciKTY.
A sniSTTlTTE ()R LIFE IXslR
Mutual Aid Society
Ot'Siuiietl July lilli, 1HT7, 1'udt'r the Lnwsnt
tlic Stutr of Illinois. Cnpyriu'lili'd 'Inly
, HIT", ntnler ActoI'ConciTi..
WILLIAM STRATTON, Piioiidm'.
Mu. P. A. TAYLOR. Yn k-I'io-i-iiikm .
.1. A. (iOI.DSTlN'E, TtiKAKV iiKit.
Dii. .I.J CORDON. Mmi. Amiim,
THOMAS LEWIS, si., iim'aiiy.
HOARD OK managers:
,1.1 CORDON, Phvulclan ..( alto. Iil
Ml". P, A. TAYLOR, Stiperintendeiil M
Sclurilii, Alexander Coiinlv " "
Mr. K. t'. FORI), Variety Bracket suite.
J. A. C01.DST1NE. of (ioldMlne A Rn-
H'liwater. Wlmlennle and Retail Dmlcin
In stniile and Kiincv Dry tiniiilii.
N. B. TUISTLEVVOOU. ol llililile A
ThlHtlmvooil. ( omniii,"i,ni Mercbnnl.
Cotton and Tobaeco Eactor .. ' "
S. I). AVERS, of Aye ,t Co.. Coiuml.-
THOMAS LEWIS. In.iiruiiee Manajir
mid Attoriiev at Law
WM. STRATTON. ol Slnitt.in ,t Blnl.
CEO. M. Al.DEN. C .in in I-. Inn M,,.. ,
chain.! Ohio Levee
J VS. s. 1IEA1IDEN. Ar'eut l..l.pp
IIARHlSoS HOl'PT. Walcliiniiker nml
( HAS. It. STl ART. Whole.ille mill Ite
tall Drv (lood mid Notion ..
EDWARD A. III'DEII. Miiuuliictui In,.-
Jeweler unit Wholesale Dealer M
Wiilehniiikera" Toolf uml Mm, rial. ..
EDWIN It. I'.ONEW. 1'inprlciot si,
Cllitrle. lintel .. .1
HA.l'-N I.EIiiHTON.i:oiiiiu.,it, m,,,..
Br""KDW A ill')' R.'' i"K V ' s" "Mar-hai
Smilhern DWrld lllliiol" Spiliiiileld. III.
Vlr S. A. AY Kits Villa lildire.
iir II S. IlliHHI VM. Phyli'tiiu Imlluniipoll.. lMi
IAS M t'EI.ATI'. Real ltule
L,,.nt Keokuk, town
Rev DVVID C. WELLS. MetbodUi
viiVui,., tii'itntl 'linn Hon, Tenn.
J It 01 LI.LV MvrcUuui Meridau. Ali..
CAIRO, ILLINOIS', TIll'RSDAY MOIINIXO, MAY 5, 137.
COMMISSION MI;K( HANTS
I ):). IIivm.k. N. II. Tim-ti.i:ooii. .1. Mimiiik
Farmer's TobiHrco Warehouse
Nor. 1J.' and IJV Coiumerelal Avenue.
CAIIJO II. I..
J if' Liberal Adviineeinentu iniule on Con-len-niuiilK
of 'I'otiiieec!, Klour. mid Orain.
HAi nt a for Hear. Scott & ' 'o tlireiln',' ma
rliliieN. iHirtablH i-avv mill anil tlireiini: eiielnen.
Amenta rort'hauipion liai'vcilii.- machiner, mouem
CAKPF.NTKIl AND f ONTRACTOK.
Cakj'k.vtki: and Coxtkactok,
SIIOI' ON TENTH STREET,
(.between Waliln;'ton and Walnut. .1
Estimates on buildinurs. on losses by lire
or otherwise made on sliort notice.
VLL work IntrtiHted to blm will receive prompt
attention, and will be executed in a tatlfcfaciory
LEXAXDEK COUXTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Street,
F. BROS. President.
P. NKKK. Vict- Prei.iLcr.t.
H. WELLS. Cahi.'r.
T. J. KEKTII. A-fii-tant Carbier.
V. Prom. Cairo;
I'i ler Neff. Cairo:
i". M. Mer!oh.
K. Uuder. Cairo;
William Kills."'. Cairo;
William Wolf. Cairo:
R. L Billln-.'ley. St. Louia;
J. Y. llcim-oii, 'Caledonia.
(.ENERAI. CANKlN'ti BUSINESS DONE. Ex
i i hnur-fold and bought. Intercut paid in the
saving Department. CollectioDH made and all
hoinin promptly attended to.
JANTEKPRISE SAVIXUS BANK,
(I ft end Ual'i'll inott.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL RANK,
( 'airo, Illinois.
INTEREST paid on depoaita Man b In and Sep.
teiiilier lt. Iiinren uot withdraw ii i added im
mediately t the principal of th depo.iia. thereby
tflviu them coiupound Inti re.t.
J? Children hikI inariii-il woiun may depuait
iiiottev and no "lie fc can (linn it.
WALTER IIYSI.OP. Tkkakvrkr.
rjMIE CITY" NATIONAL RANK,
W. P. IIALI.IDAY. President.
II. L. IIALI.IDAY. Vlce-Pre-ldeiit.
WALTER IIYSI.OP. Cashier.
TA AT TAYt.on, W. I. HAU.IUAY.
ItKSUV l I1A1.1.IIIVV. K. H, CI NNINi-HAK,
li. U W II I lAK-uN, .TKI'IICN lllllll.
II II. I AMU. I..
Ext'hiuitfc, Coin and United States Honds
IlOVOllT AND sol.n.
llepo.it received ai.il a ciiera) bt,kn. lm,ncn
rondnrted. . ...
OENFItAl. MF.IH IIANDM:.
C. hLANN V,
llrvlioods ami Clothing
ROOTS AND SlIdES.
CARPETS AM) OILCLOTHS,
cnmmerrinl Avenue, i
Coraer Eiiilitb Ptreet i
VllUllllietllrei and denier III
CI STOM MADE
HOOTS AND SHOES
ANo dealer In
The llest llaml Made lliwtoil and St.
Louis lool and Sliocs.
Work done to outer on .lioi'l not lii'. I'rcitn the yet)'
I" "I niiilei laliiiid u i! ioiI lit liliiirunteed
II'. A VB ol',ler at inv hop, mi Elirhth at reel. II''1,
4 dooi to Jake, Waller!', Miu ol OULDEN UOOl
THE VERY REST MEDICINE
Dyspepsia m Indiovstion.
Deur sir.- Oi m,,,,. mi;,. t..M.n , ,ir:tnl. ,).
klinjof .Medlil,,,... Veeiine VV Inti I b,U'iin to
take Veu'eliii" tvio yearn uU'o with -m il niiirkml lien
fill, my Meiiili, thought it wiim n Ptlmiilunt effect.
""1 "';,').") "Il'-lde. leuvlnu' Ille iih l,(l ll he
fore. lhilikiiMliiit nomo nl tho,-e who read the
tenllliionliil thnt Hrlt. ut ml t i in r. mi..,t ,i,k
the came. I write once more to utl-rv thrm on that
point. Since I .,, , ,uk Veu'etine ullut two
yeiiraau-o. 1 have j,,,,,! ...ninj. ,ml ,m, .,r,.fL.nt
time, nt win, h , ,.njoyinL. my former health, uml
coii-lder ni.ef nlr,., ))V v.-L'-tln . Two veara
n' v"''", '"V11" a man could be uml live. 1 wan
cont ned to the l , 0r ,..,llt m,1Mls uuil Kiv,,n
tod e hyel-ht ilietur-. -oine ol the mo.l kill
ed In the Mat,, Thev mtid I hud aeveral
illaeuaea. tin , mil, v, coiiaiimptioii. heart diaeaai!, and
wverill Other., eniinlh' liil.il. uil hiiimI ill,. Hnl
V eL'eline. tiiki-i, h. aiant resort. Iironuht nie throiicb
and to thin 1 oe mv ie since mv health ln-iran
to Improve. ,;,,,. ,,),, n,,lyof dlaense. and tlnd
the raiiKi; ol my , inptoinf to tinv been Dynpepala
or Iniliae.tion u rj t I ulao llud that live eaaea of
illneaae in "v,t .iv.are eflccta of tile aiimi' canae.
When the food i. properly dli;eted in the atom
ncli. It b 'otue. a potaoniitia. putrid man, which la
ubnoilnd ;rtntlie. Fdood. und by thai i conveyed to
all part M lie .vtero.rauini.vinpton) ol dlaeaao
tunny or ml ol Uinnrtrana of tliii body; and if thla
i aiie I" not n-inoved. Ihene avmptoina become In
limn organic tllaearea. I havu given Vegetinu a
tboroiiL'h lei , mv own cine, and iU In that of
many ol my acoualntimcea. and II ml it lobe the
very he.t iiiedielne extant for Dv-pcp.lu or Indlgen
tion. one of the tiyinptoum oi which In naually the
belief that yon havciMime organic diaenau. I urn
well known In the town of (ioflatown. Weare, and
Newton, of thia hlate(N. H ). nnd can furuUh mi
iiudeiiiiible corroboration of all theae Ktatementn.
I w ill w illingly annwer any etteri of lnipiiry in re
gard to my own cane, or the use. of Vegetine.
Your truly. A.J. Dl RBEC'K.
If KdKTiNK in taken regularlv. 'nccordlng to di
rection., a certain and Kpeedy cure of Ivipriiaia
will follow ltaue.
Mr. II. R. STCvrxa:
Dear Slr.-Kor the la.t llftcen veara, during the
months of May andJnnf. 1 have been afflicted with
what the doctor called Aatbma. It was verv dl
treMinir. rendering me inlaerabli?. ao that I dreaded
it comiim on. I waa recommended to uac Vego
tine. 1 took two bottle helorc I eipetccd the at
tack, aud was vmirelv relieved I fuel grateful to
Vegetiue. . JNO. T. HALINOER.
Vkoetink ha retored thouanda to health who
bad been lon and painful rnftVrcra.
Pimples ami Eruptions
of the Skin.
II. R. Stevens:
.My mother ha lined your valuable medicine "Veg
etlne," for Tetter and Eruptioni of the kln. and
ha. found great relief by the uhu of it. I cau rec
ommend Il for such complaint.
It A. BI.ACKWELL.
Dec JO. i" riiiontowu. Cnion Co . Ky.
Humors on the Face.
In ihiarnndltinu of the kin. the Vei.etise Is the
"rent remedy, a. it net., directly upon the blood.
It clean"' and purifle. the hi, Hid. thereby canlng
humor to dicaiipear. Bv Internal treatment all
linpulliien are throwu out. Vfoktinr give good
circulation lo thv blood, relieving the Intlained or
congeitedorgaulMii. ntoring the binl ill. giving a
g,Mi(, clear completion .
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Yetrctine is Sold By all Pruirs-ists,
L. k-1 2
BOOTS AN D SHOES.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
'Leather and Iindiny-s
No. WCnnitnerclnl Ave., let. Fifth and Si.th Si.
1 -ep coutanlly on hand a large a.-orttnent of
11 (ient and I. antes Hoot ntui Mine or nil tyie
and al.e, and of the very beat ol St. l.oiil and
Cincinnati Hand nmile wiirlc, old cheaper than
ever before, and cheaper tliiiu like good can be !)
tulncd In till citv.
AIo, alwaya on band a large atock of Leather and
riuiiinga ot all description. oli very clime.
NEW YOPtK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITV
OOODS SOLD VEUY CLOSE
75lnetm.nthtrcctandi . Pnin HI
Commercial Ave., i V-iUHN
C. O. PAT1EU & CO.
MARKETS P,V TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, M:iy 7. 3,:J0p. m. Wheat
steady H'iutur, cs fblOs .'M; Spring:,
7s (iil(riS,; California average, Ss 8il
i's 1,1; California club, fls ldifis 4il. Corn
new 4s 4il.
NEW YORK ORAIX.
New Vork, Miy7. 1-2:01 p.m.-Wheat
(Utiet, lirmer-No. 2 Chieayn, ft 0'.'1 04;
No. 2 Milwaukee, $104; Hd Winter,
$t 04(1 1G; No. 2 Red Winter. $1 1GC2';
No. 2 Ainher, $1 l'.JJM 14. Corn-quiet-Steamer,
44'.i; No. :j, 44: No. 2.
f CUICVOO CHAIN AND PKODIXT..
CVfCAOO, May 7, 10 a. M. Pork -June,
f!) .)0; July, p CO. Corn -.May 34; June,
;i.")i8'; July. 3G;V. Wheat June. fj.j;.
Ciiicaoo, May 7, 12.00 M.-Pork
Jmie, p 50; July, p GO. Corn-May,
33?33; June, 3535.; July, Sfl.y.
Wheat June, tinJaOOO.
Ciiic.vcio, May 7, 2:30 p. m. Wheat
June, 9jJ. Corn May. 34; June, 33
35 14'; July, 36i33n;,,'. Pork-June,
if!) 53; July, $9 G3.
Special to the Republican.
Springfield, IllsM May 6 15oth houses
opened the week's business in good work
ing trim, and at once proceeded to work.
The house made all the appropriation bills
before it a special order, beginning to
morrow at 11 o'clock a. ni., which is to be
pursued from day to day, until all on the
calendar are disposed of. This indicates an
early adjournment. Witli these measures
out of tiie way a quorum cannot be kept
here. A caucus of the Republican mem
bers was held this evening at the close of
the session to map out business and solidi
fy the majority party of the general assem
bly on a line to expedite all matters be
THE J0I.IET DEFICIENCY BILL.
At 11 o'clock to-Jay was the time fixed
by the houso last week to consider and pass
if possible the $50,000 deficiency for the
Jolict penitentiary. This is totally a
party measure, and upon a count of noses
the Republicans found that ail their men
were not here, and as they could not pass
the bill it was temporarily postponed. It
will take the full Republican strength of
the house to get this measure through.
A BILL EFFECTUALLY KILLED.
Mr. Pearson's bill, repealing what is
known as the "scalper's law," met with a
most disastrous death in the house this
morning, the roll-call showing only 20 votes
for and 83 against. The day of legislating
to punish railroads and other public enter
prises is fully passed with an Illinois Leg
islature. It is thought, and properly, that
there arc sufficient laws already on the
statute books for the control of corporations
without enacting others which arc more in
the nature of spitework or demagoguery
than for the public good.
It is doubtful if any drainage law is
made by this assembly. There is a desire
by the various factions in this interest to
get something through for particular local
ities. This is the character of the bills
passed by the house on this subject thus
far, and. as they do not meet the vicvr9 of
the friends of drainage legislation, the
house bills are now hanging by the gills iu
the senate, witli no prospect of being taken
down soon, whilo a new bill on drainage
was introduced into the senate last week,
and the same measure was proposed in the
house to-day by Mr. McKiuley.
The senate this morning passed two im
portant senate measures. One . preveuts
county treasurers, tinder proper penalties,
from loaning the the public money, while
the other, under stringent restrictions, pre
vents the selling of betting pools on elec
tions. These are measures of proper legis
lation. IIIVINO SCHOOL LAND.
The house ordered a bill to a third read
ing providing lor the sale of the Irving
school land iu Washington county, ami ap
propriates $0,000 to pay off liens on said
land. This Irving school business has
proven a fraud on the State from the day it
was started, and is still a humbug.
The senato concluded its day's work by
passing Mr. Art ley's bill, providing tor a
slate bureau of labor statistics. Under
this bill the governor shall appoint five
commissioncrs,threcof whom Mull be man
ual lalmrers, the other two manufactures,
with a fecretnry. Said board Mudl col
leet nnd print in book torm commercial,
industrial, uncial, cdiicutional and sanitary
statastica pertaining to the lalxiring classes.
The com misni oners MniU roceive 15 per
lay for a thirty Uay'H seision ench. and the
secretary $1,200 r-er annum. ' '
NEW SERIES NO. 272.
From our Regular Correspondent.
Wahhixoton, May 4, 187!!.
As the veto of President Hayes is moro
considered, I think the popular opinion of
it becomes more favorable. It is acknowl
edged by all to be nn able paper. If we
may judge by current conversation it is
now likely that congress will pass a bill r
resolution providing funds for the support
of the army up to December 4th next, when
congress will meet again. This may not be
done, but the indications lire that it
There is a persistency ftlwut Kansas mm
that deserves admiration. There was a
delegation of them here heforc the extra
session commenced, seeking the scalp of
Senator Ingulla. That deletration is still
here, anil has incrt-ased in size. And as
the days go by, they file in more evidence
to show that the senator was elected by .
bribery. Knowing little of the case, I ven
ture no opinion on its merits, but clearly
the senate should investigate charges of
this kind against any of its members when
ever such charges arc made by so numerous
and respectable a body as that which acts
in this case. No senator, cither, should
neglect under such circumstances, to de
mand investigation. Senator Ingalis U
making a fatal mistake in not so iio-
It will bo good news to all citizens who ,
appreciate the enormous value of the Mis
sissippi river navigation that the house has .
passed a bill to pay Capt. Eads the money 1
now due on his jetty work on the South
pass of that river. There is not anywhere
in the world another rivor which will have
the same importance as this, and work like
that of Captain Eads, tends to preserve and
increase its usefulness cannot be to highly
commended. If the system originated and
so far most successfully carried out by the
Captain, shall permanently answer the pur
pose desired it is not too much to say that a
larger population than is now iuthe whole
Union will in time lie within the valleys of
the Mississippi and its tributaries, and will
thank the engineer for his services.
Gov. Hendricks settles at last one im
portant question in connection with the"
next presidential election by the following
l,My dear sir. I have your favor of the
28th, asking whether there is uny founda
tion for the statement contained in the
newspaper slip enclosed to the effect that I
lmve writtoii to nvmln'r of rli I-Wnocratic;
party in Pennsylvania favoring the reuom
iriation of the ticket of 1870 for 1,880. I
am surpised to sec such a statement. It is
without any foundation in truth. I have
written no such letter and have in no form
expressed any such view. I did not, as is
known, desire the nomination of 1870 as a
candidate for the Vice Presidency and do
not think it would, in any contingency,
be my duty again to except a nomination
for a position which I do not desire."
Protect the System from Malaria.
It is possible to do this even in regioui'ol"
country where miasma is most rife, and.
where the periodic fevers which it causes
assume their most formidable types. The
immense popularity of Hosteter's Stomach
Ritters is very largely attributable to the
fact of its efficacy as a remedy for chills
and fever, bilious remittents, aud as a
preventive of the various forms of
malarial disease. In those portions
of the West and South where complaints of
this nature prevail, and in the Tropics, it U
particularly esteemed for the protective iu
thtence which it exerts; and it has been
very widely adopted as a substitute for the
dangerous and comparatively ' ineffective
nlkaloid, sulphate of quinine. Physician
have not been among the last to concede
its meriti, and the emphatic professional
endorsements which it has received have
added to the reputatiou if litis obtained at
home nnd abroad.
Whkx the hand ot disease Is laid heavily
upon us, robbing life of all its pleasures,
anything that will afford rchet is gladly
welcomed. Sickness is no lijjbt ffiictioiTr
and that form of it knowu as Piles, or Hem
orrhoids, can be permanently ' relieved by
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment, which
never fails when used according to direc
tions. Price 30 cents a bottle. For sale by
"Whither are you bound" usked John
Moor, as he stood in tho door-way of his es
tablishment, and saw his old friend 8um
Rodger walking slowly past. The latter,
with sunken eyes and pnlid visage, bearing
evidence of disease, hastened to reply:
"I have long suffered all the horrors arising
from an inactive liver, and am going to the
office of Dr. Slow to seek reliM'." "Io no
such thing," said his friend, "when you
can buy a bottle of Portaline. or TablerV
Liver Regulator for only 50 cents, and Ut
permanently relieved. It will cure Dys
pepsia, Heartburn, Sour Stomach, Siclc
Headache, and all disorders of ft torpid
liver," For sale by Barcay Biw.