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tfBE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
MORMNG. MAY 13. 1379. xtt?w o y t- t-t ri
lukkiu EMVKKV open ,: .m.; done.
p. ui ; i'ur I'l'lmr,""'ul In ut 8a.m.; clone
I :10 "KprM Mails via Ulluoln Centriil aud
iCmitrnl ItiillrniiiU clie at Ii! j. tn.
id l'ilitr liiuir Tfarouuh and Way Mall
A .lt :W i.. in.
1 ui: M vi Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln
H, .and MinM.f.-ij.pi Central Itallroadu cluito at
.Mull fur Narrow (inline Itullroad c!oen at 8
,Twaml Evaumlllo Itlver Route closes at 6:H0
. in. iluliy (cceit Krlilny).
K. K. TIMK CARD AT CAIIM).
ILLINOIS KNTItAL K. H.
THAIS- . till VJt. TIIAIS'S DKI'AI'.T
Mail.... a.m. I Mall :i:lnu.in.
Exir:e a:!) i.iii. Kxm-s ti :io p.m.
CAIRO YlNCKNXKSIi. I!.
Mall 10:ooi).ui. I .Mall :V, a.m.
CAIRO & riT. LOl'IS It. It.
Kcjirc S:Ki p.m. I K.xpres lO-.noa.m.
Accom'ilutii)ii.l-J:.')5 p.m. I A:uim'ilation. g:15p.tii.
ClIICAi.O. ST. LOl'ISANllNKHOItLEANS It. U
Expies- 11 ::m a.m, I Extm-ns !i :Wi p.m.
Mail l()::ii)p.m. Mali.... .!:tli a.m.
C. A. AT. LMI.liO.U)
Terns rX)iTi-' . .'jttiia.in. 1 Timm I'SprcM 2:lip.m.
A'-roniniudat'ii. H a.m. I
Mayor-N. It. Thi-tlewood.
Tri-aiiirT KUwanl Dczunia.
Clerk -l)tnni. J. Holey.
CoiiUH'lor Win. B. OllhiTt.
Mursiiul-C. I). Art.T.
A tiorii- y-William HetulrlrUs.
Police Majrinrt J. J- Bird.
BOARD or AI.HKI'.MKS.
Kirnt Ward Wm. 0'CallaIisn. M. .1. llowli v.
fceu)tid Ward David T. Linear, C. K. wood-
Third Wrd-W. P. WrlitM. Kitln-rl Smith.
HKiir:b Ward V harlot O I'atn-r. .lames Kvnaslou
tilth Ward-T. W. IlallMay, Eruen li. t'ettit.
Circuit .Inter (). A. Ilark' t.
I trciilt Clerk J. A. lt-ve.
Ci.iiuty Juilne It. S. Yix iiiii.
County Cl'-rt S. J llnmin.
County Atlorny W. C. Mulkf-y.
Count V Tn anin-r A. J. Aldeu.
Kll'TilJ John Modern.
Cormier- It. Fitz,.""rn..
Coun'y Commis-iouers-T. W. Halliday, M. V
IlroHii. Suiuin 1 Ilriley.
AKIUiAN M. K.-Fourteenth Mrret. between
Walnut and Cedar streets; in rvlce Sabhatti 11
a. m. and ?:: p. m. ; Sunday swliool 1 :W p. tn.
CillKM'IAN i:ik.'ht.-ihtU street; tneetiUK Sab-
hath 10:i p m.; pr-m b.'tiir iKcai-ionally.
CHIHit II OK THE KEDKEMKKHKplwopa!)
J KuurVetitli stri-et; M.iriiinir prayem (Sahliaihi
a. m. ; rvcnlui! pmyri". T:'i p.m.: habbatn
fchool i a. m. lt. . rt. .1. DIlluti Lii;. Iteetor.
I-Mli.-T MIsslMNAltY UA1T1ST ClU Itt II -'
Hf.-.iclilni! at 10:: a. m.. :i p. m.. and 7:l p. in.
haMwili sUiool at 7 :' p. in. Kv. T. J- Mmrrs.
I VT!!EItAN-Tlilrt.-!;tii nfrot; n.nio'i' Sab
1j Imtli ;i a. in. and T: Hi p. m-; hunday m tool a.
in. Id'.. I)a'-ri l:ti r. oartur.
Ilf ETlloDIST- Ci.r. EL'h'h and Walnut trct;
'II li,,,. ..).,.th In at in. unil T ti. tn.:
- . -. .1 VI ... I . .1.... Jl I
sriiiuii. a ii 111. Itfv. A. 1'. Murrifuu, tntor
1)I!ES11YTKI!IAN-Eijhth HmM pra.hii)L' on
thiK,rh at a. in. and 'tVp. m.; ptaycr
Bif-tlU'.' i-duilnv at ; :! p. in.: Sunday Si.hool
a: .j i. m. !. Ii. V. .ni.'-. pr.i-l'T.
OECONII FltKKWll.I. IIAITIsT- Kirtivtth
O !: ' '. bi'twi-i'ii Wii'nut .Hnl Cedar plrMtr; per-Tln-i-
.-a'llmtu a: :t and ". -V p. Hi.
ST .KisKI'Il'S koin.-.ii ( a:hill. i Corm r Cr.i'i
atid Walnut : uTil"-' Subbath U:: a.
til; s-.t.i'.ay S-hMd at -i . m.j Ycptri' ' p. in.; f r
Tl'4' i vrry'ilay at H p. 111.
ST. I'A'l l;l K's -i Ionian fatho'ilr) Corner Ninth
(.tr-.-s and Wa'liintft"!! auutu ; '-rvi-- Sab-
.ith?:ii.dloa in.; V.-M'kr" :1 V- m-; Snnilay iiooi
U 51. 111. ; Miitw every i:aj at s p. in
lUv. r". Znbel,
CAUt-l l.Ml.E. K. of II. meet vrery i cotid and
j ion r-h Tuenlav in em h month, at their hall. m
fun rclal aMiine, liutwwn Slilh and Seventh
10 CIT FEKKY CO.
LEAVES LEAVES LEAVES
Foot Ko'.irtli at. Miourl Land's. Kentucky Wg.
8 a. m. 8:30 a. m. H a. tn.
It) a. 111. ID.'io u. m. 11 a.m.
2 p .m. 3: Ji.ni. 3 Ji.ra.
4 j). m. 4 -no p. m. 5 p. m.
ntorniETOR ov spiioats patent
WUolcsulo Dealer in loo.
ICE BY THE CAII LOAD ORTON, WELL
PAClvEI) FOR SHIPPING.
Car .Loads a Specialty.
() 1.' 1'' 1 C :
Cor. Twelfth Street ami Levee,
J At'OR WALTER, !
Dealer in lJVesh Moat.
' EIGHT STREET,
Hotweim 'Wnehlnfstoii nnil Com
luprclul A v., tvdlolulnij Ilttnny.
KRPS for latetho bout Deer, Vorlc, Mutton, Veil,
J. Lamb, Nausaite, Ac, mid Is ptefared tu leni)
famlllui lu u tvccptublu uiauuur,
Wholesale and Ketull
Dry Goods and Clothing,
ROOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AM) OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Avenue, I
Comer Eighth Hreet f
NEW MEAT MARKET.
Sliiof the Ikfl'alo Head.
No Sf). Ohio I
KOEniER BROS., Proprietors,
JOEAliKLL, A ent.
A full and complete mioplv of the bit of all
klnd meat alwaya ou lnnd. Orders filled m any
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Ei?hth Street,
F. IIKOSS. I'reniileiit.
1'. NKKK. Yii e lTemdcLt.
II. WKLI.S. (. ashler.
T. J. KEin il, AMictaat Cashier.
V. I!ro. Cairo;
I'et-r Neff. Cairo;
C. M Oterloh.
K. It'ider. Cairo;
CLa. 0 I'atier,
William Klttire, Cairo;
William Wolf, Cairo:
K. I. Uilllnrli-y, St. Lonl;
J. Y. Cleinfun, Caledonia.
4 (JENEHAL BANKlNCi I'.USINESS DONE. Ex
1 V chanre fold and botiu'lit. Ititi-n-t paid in the
saviiiir. Department. Coiiectionn uiudu and all
Illinium pruniptly attended to.
jNTERPRLSE SAYINGS BANK,
Cliartercd Miiich 111, ISf.f).
OFFICE IN CITY .NATIONAL BANK,
INTEKEsTpald on dejolt March lt and Sep
teuilier Interest not withdrawn I- added :tn-
ini'diately tu the prim ipal of the depoi. thereby
jriviL; thiiu compound iutent.
children Hint itmrrled ivotuenmny deposit
money nnd no one ebe onn diit it.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Tbeapcteb.
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL. 8100,00 0
W. I IlALLUAY, Prealdent.
II. I.. IIAI.LDAY, YUe rr-'-idCtit.
. STAATS TAtUm. W. I'. IIAM.iriAV,
IIEMIV 1.. IIA1.I.IIMV, it. II. C'l NMMlliAM,
U. II. WII.I.UM-ON, l-Ttl'lli:N 11IKU,
II. tl. CANPKK.
Exclianjc, Clin ami United States Bonds
JUUIIHT AND SOLD.
DepnsltH reel veil and a ceneral hanklna liucliiepii
NEW (JIN SHOP.
I I. E. CE,
NEW GUN SHOP.
Commercial Ave. opjundte Seventh dt.
CAHiO, : : : H.l.tNOlsJ-
Gnus, Pistils, Sales ami Locks Repaired,
leys Made to order.
CllOKK 1IOI0NO ON ItURACII LOADrNU OLNS
All work itmrniiieed aiitlnfuclnry, at cheaper rate
tianciiu bu obtulnid ut any otUur place In the city.
WHOhESAliK WINES AND LigVORS ,
Whnlisulo nnil ltelall Dealers In
Foreign uul Domestic Liquoi's
Winos ol all Kindr?,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
.nuutiu uuVTtt . CO. haw conslantlv a Inrea
31 Vilork of lite l'st itotMln In tho market and ulvd
especial ultoilli'U to "vlm m
THE WOKKINOMAN'S FHIEN.").
In theaedava of political trickery, a !ruo friend
In the time of need, la a friend Indeed; and inch
a friend la
Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM for the LUNGS,
It Is a f ure cure lor
CONSUMI'TION. COVIAIf , COLDS. ASTHMA
and all diaeaaea of the Lunga, Chest and Throat
Thin well-known remedy lias been uced for
thirty years and liaa cured thounanda of cases,
many of which were given np aa hoplesa.
No case, however obstinate, can resist the
healllig projiertleaof Dr. Win. Iliill's Halsam for
the Limns Trial liottles will be furnished grat
tiiltously to all who are afllcted with Luii and
jWlteiiicmbcr Wiat It Is the jierslstent nse of
thu llaleuui that cures the worst casea.
JOHN P. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
8 COLLECiK I'LACE, NEW YOKk.
(1) BARCLAY IlliOS. Wholesale AKcnta.
ROOTS A.NU SHOES.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
leather and iindincs
No. SO Commercial Ave., Bet. Fifth and Sixth Sts.
Keeps constantly on hand a larce assortment of
dents and Ladles Boots and Shoes of all styles
and size., and of the verv best of St. Louis and
Cincinnati Hand made work: sold cheaper than
ever befure, and cheaper than like goods can be b
twined in this city.
aio. always on hand a larje stocK or Leather and
Findings of all deccriptiou, sola verv close.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
' Manufacturer and dealer la
BOOTS AND SHOES
Alio dealer In
Tlie Bet Hand Made Boston ami St.
Louis Boots and .Shoes.
Work done to order on short notiee.froni the very
hct man-rial and a srood lit L'uaratilued.
IE AVE orders at mv shop, on Eldith street, next
J. .Li' '" J"ke Walt i r-'. i'ii ol miJ.DHX HQ( ) V
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
JesE IIlNKI.E, N. II. TllISTI.tWiKiI), J. II. MoOllE
1 1 r X K LEj Tl 1 1 STLFAVO OD
Fanner's Toljaeco Warehouse
No, li'i and 1JT Commerciitl Avenue.
t.'AIUO II. I,.
JWLlberal Advanceinetit" madi! on Consign
meiits ol Tobaecc, Kluitr. and (ituiu.
5'TAgents for (iear. Scott & Co. tbre-hinz ma
chines, porliitile saw mill and threshlti'.' etmines.
Aitents forChainpiou harvesting inacliiiies, mowers
MITl'AL AID SOCIETY.
A Sl'BSTITT'TE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Oiiriinlwd .Inly lltli, 1!!T7, Vtiilcr tlie I.iiwsot
tho. Slate of Illinois. CopyHj:liled July
'J, 111", under Act of Coiijite.v..
WILLIAM STIIATTON, I'iiksiuknt.
Mns, 1. A. TAVLOlt. Vick-I'iiksiiibnt.
J. A. tiOLDsl'INIC, TiiKAsuitKit.
Dn. .1. J. OOltDON, Mkd. Anvisolt.
THOMAS LEWIS. Skciiktahv.
110AUD OK masaof.us:
,1. ,1 OOltDON. I'livslclan Cairo, Ills.
Mrs. 1', A. TAYLOR. Superintendent of
Schools, Alexander Countv " "
Mrs. K.C. KOKD, Vurletv llrm kel Store, ' "
J. A. (iOLDSTINE, or violdstlne Ito
seliwater, Wlinlesiilv and Itetull Dealers
In Staple and Kiincv Dry (iooils "
N. It. TIIISTLEWOOD. of lllukle &
Tliistluwooil, i'ominlt'sliin Merclmnls,
Cotloti aim Tobacco Kiicloi's " "
8. D. AVEltH.or Ayers A Co,, Commis
sion Merchants " "
T110.MAH LEWIS, Iusurunco Manager
and Attorney at Law " "
WM. STUATT0N.nl' Htratton & lllid,
Wholesale (Iroccrs 11
UKo. M. Al.DKN, Conimlsslun Mer
chant, T8 Ohio Levee " "
JAS. S. KICAHDKN. Agent Mississippi
IIAltlilSON HUUl'T, Wutcliuiukei aud
CIIAS, U. STUAllT. Wholosalc und'lU)
tall Dry Oooils niid Notions "
I.DWAK1) A. IICDKIt. .Miuiufiirtiirlrg
Jewvler and Wholesale Dealer ii
atclitiinkers' Tools and Material " "
EDWIN It. EGNKW, l'roprletor Hi.
Chnrles Hotel. ,
HAZKN LKHiHTON.Cotnmlsslim Mer
ehiint ii ii
I)r .,!';!)WA,1,I) f ""K. ' . ...
v"""illl7' ' l-trlft. Illinois Hprliirfudlt, Illi.
lr. H, H .11 H 1 1 i'l I MVi.i.y,: iVihh '. I i tullHiiuli;, lnd
aL..M' "KLATT, Real Estate
iC" ilV.',',! KeokUK, I0W.
Mhilli L W'KLLH, Methodl.t
i 1 1 "!'.T (iriind.'iincllon. Tenn.
' vWLLliV Murchau ..Mcrldau.Mia.
THE VERY BEST MEDICINE
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
h. lUt. STrv.Ks"'' X- Mlirt" l7'
fUear K,Onc mure I take the pen to praise the
kliii?or Mwllclnei, Vegetlne.'- When I begun to
takeO,C)fNit,e two years ago with such marked ben
ent, my rrtud, thought It was a ftliiiulaut effect,
and would Mionsulwlde, leaving me as bad as be
i1!;. i?!"?"'1 'mile f ho read tho
testimoulalihatlwroto at that time, might think
tnu same, i write once more to satisfy them on that
point, hliire I began to take Vegetlno almost two
years at'o. have gained steadily until the iiresetit
time, at w hkh I am enjoying mv former health, and
consliler mvef curt.a hy Vegotine. Two years
ago I was a, lew as a man could be aud Uv. I was
1 ji 1 1 h,!(1 for el!,lt months, and given up
toclts hyett doctors, some of the most skill
ed In the state. They said I tud several
diseases, including consumption, heart disease, and
several others, equally fatal, and must die. Hut
egctine, tk,.-n as a last retort, brought me through
and to tLat I owe my life. Since my hsalth began
In mnrin. Ik. . .i . .. .1 ..r .1 . ... j i.j
the caiine of mv symptom to hava been Dyspepsia
or Indigua on.'gtul ( also (lnd that live cates of
ii..vant: ui every six, mrv eueem ui uiu aniiie eause.
When the fond la uot jirojierly digested in the stom
ach. It becomes n poisonous, putrid macs, which Is
ali-orbed Into the blood, and hy thi is coiiveved to
all parts of thesvstem. rausingsvmproms of disease
ll Hlivnriitl .1... K.l.. . .,n.l If .1.1..
" J '"l ... llirUmilllK III IUIlli, , I.M'I 11 IUII
cause U not removed, these symptoms become in
linn nr,'nnlf rllu...a... 1 hn,-.. ,rl.,.,,. Vi.,.tin .
tlioroncTi test in mv ow n case, and also In'that of
mam 01 my acquaintances, aim mm it to tie the
very best medieiueexlaut for Dvspepsla or Indlges-
tlOII. One Of the uinmlnm. i.f wbl.-l, m tiailnllu tl...
belief that you have some organic dlseae.'l am
cii Kuuwn in ine towns ol ttottstowii. weare, ana
Newton, of this state (N. II ), and can furnish an
undeniuble corroboration of all these statements,
I will willingly answer any letters of inquiry in re
gard to my own cue. or toe use of Vegetme.
iurs irmy. A J ill ituti K.
If Veoetink is taken rrgulnrlr. 'arconlimr to dl-
rei'tlons. a certain and Min-i'ilv enr., nl' lieiii.Tiuiq
will follow Its use.
PlIlT iT.fPf mtf Pa
Mn II. Ii. Steven-:
IXar Sir. For the last fifteen vears. during the
months f May aud June. I have'beeu atllicted with
u hut theiliu'lnr. enll...! AbtV,it,u I, ....... ........ -1;
...... . ..-tiima. ii nun iri ,11?-
tresslug.renderinc uie miserable, so that I dreaded
ii coning on. 1 was recomnieiKleit to U"e ege
tlnu. I tiok two bottles beloru I exjic.ced the at
tack, am was eu.lrely relieved I feel grateful to
Vegetlm. JSO. T. ItALINUKH.
lliiMreek st. 1'hih.
koetne lias restored thousands to health who
had heel Ions nd puiuful stirt'erers .
Pinples and Eruptions
of the Skin.
11. R. frEvENs:
My mther ha used your valuable medicine '-Veg-efliie.'
for Tetter nnd"Ertiptinn of the skin, and
has folDil eret relief lie the n... i.f Ir 1 en, r..,..
omiueii it for such complaints.
11. A. U1..M K tLI..
Dec. 20 J . I'niontown. L'liiiui Co,. Ky.
Humors on the Face.
In tlii-condition of the skin, the Yei.etise Istho
creat rniedy. as it acts directlv upon the blood.
It eieuses and purities the blutid. therebv causing
humus to disappear. Hv internal treatment all
iinpu'lles are throw n oil, Vkuetine irlves good
,e renlTiiin in ine lilnn.l i , 11. .1 i..i., 1 ...
congHcd organism, restoring the health, giving a
I. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vgvtino is Sold By all Priuriji.-ts'.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiirlifst Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
i I ?
a 1 J S I
0 5 J & A
i ti TV' 5
HP C J
5 3 O
pW YOKK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor, Nlnotwnth atreet and I
ComuiercUl Ave., f
0. o. PATIEIt & CO.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, May 12, 2:00 r. M.-Wlieat
unchanged Winter, 8s 10d9s 3d; Spring,
7s 6d8s; California average, 8s 8d
9s 2d; California club, 9s 2d9s 3d. Cora
new 4 s 4d.
) NEW YORK GRAIN.
New Youk, May 12, 12:01 r.si.-Wheat
quiet No. 2 Chicago, $i 04l 03;
No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 051 03; Red Win
ter, l 0Cai 18J; No. 2 Red Winter,
II WA; No. 2 Amber, 1 1701 17.
Con-quiet Steamer, 43l4'43 ; No. 8,
enrcioo grain- and riioDt'CE.
Chicago, May 12, 10 a. m. Pork -June,
$9 CO; July, $9 70. Corn-June, 30,';
July. 37. Wheat-June, 98.1.' . juy 91 ,
Cnic.voo, May 12, 12:00 m. Pork-
June, $9 57; July, f.) C7. Corn-
June, 3G' ; July, 37. Wheat June, 08;
Chicago, May 12,2:30 p. m. Wheat
June, 984'; July.9S.i4. Corn-May, 33 ?8'
June, 30J; July, 36i37. Pork
June, $9 55; July, p C3! C7.;.
PERSONALITIES IN" CONGRESS O EN. CHAL
MERS EXPLAINS HIS ACTtoN AT KORT PIL
LOW THE KEI.LOOO CASE IN THE SENATE
LIVELY INTERCHANGES BETWEEN SEN
ATORS SALISBURY AND LOGAN. BLAINE
AND VOOHIIEES AMCS1NO INCIDENT IN
THE IIOt'sE A BILL THAT NOT EVEN A
OREENBACKEK WILL ADVOCATE THE
PARIS EXPOSITION MEDALS ETC., ETC.
Washington, May 10th, '79.
From our Regular Correspondent.
Yesterday was what is called a "lively
used to characterize all debate or oratory of
a personal nature, nud it has always, di
rectly or indirectly, some relation to ques
tions growing out of tlie war. Mr. Chal
incrs was ou his feet to cxplan his action at
Fort Pillow, and the Senate had under con
sideration the Kellogg-SpolTord case. The
resolution authorizing an inquiry into the
manner of Ktllogg's election was adopted
by the senate by a party vote. In order to
dispose of tho matter the session was ex
tended until after 7 o'clock, and the debate
stirred up party feeling considerably.
Senator Ben Hill claimed the floor at first
in order to settle a distinct issue ho had
raised with Mr, Augus Cameron the day
before. The latter had stated, in a verv
positive manner, that the charge of bribery
was made against Kellogg in the former
contest and thoroughly investigated by the
committee on elections. Senator Hill de
nied this and made that issue, at once.
Yesterday he said that he had the proceed
ings, and he endeavored to show by it and
by the papers ot Spofford, that Mr. Came
ron had made a mistake. Senator Morgan
produced the Record to show that upon the
admission of Kellogg he submitted an
amendment to the resolution reserving to
the senate the right to subsequently make
a thorough inquiry; that he was assured by
tho Republican leaders that this was not
necessary, as that right belonged to the
senate anyhow. This he considered duo
notice of a purpose to make a subsequent
investigation. The Republicans submitted
a number of amendments, and one direct
ing a thorough investigation of allegations
against Spotl'ord was adopted. After about
a dozen had been voted down, Mr. Logan
tried his hand. Ho wanted to direct the
committee to investigate tlie disintegration
of the Packard legislature, and had a good
deal to say about the illegal means resorted
to for that purpose. Senator Hill, of Geor
gia, said "that would involve au investiga
tion of "HAyes," as he was the man who
platincil and carried out the overthrow of
Packard's legislature;" that ho (Hill)
would have no objection to voting for a
antvirnfi tMSM-uwltliin !,- invnutiifntn l f,n-na,,l
VJ 'H.,ll ,VJ,UIIIWU , 41 Ixlll I. hV . J 1,3
, , , , , ,, ,
conduct in that matter, but he didut care
to impose that upon the committee ou dec-
tions. "Senator Logan denied having in
tended any reference to President Hayes.
Iu his remarks he had criticised tho com
mittee on elections, churging them with par
tisan motives, etc,, to which Mr.Saulsbury
replied that nothing the Senator ; could lay
would compliment the the committer or
offend it. Mr. Logan retorted that no guch
disrespectful langauge had ever beforo
been applied to a uuntor on the floor. This
arausod Senator Biauie and ho camo to tho
assistance of Logan. In making light of
Mr. Logau's amondment, he said tho trcn-
tlemen ou the other side were shriklng tho
point; "yes hlrkinjf i tho, word," ho con
cluded. Mr. Voorhoes wanted to remind
Senator Blaine that hi "plantation maa-
ncrs" nil went for naught; it was all sound
and frightened nobody on tho Democratic
side. Mr. Voorhees thought tho Senator
from Maine had adopted his usual stylo,
which was simply "pettifogging." Mr.
Blaine retorted, and a sharp and spicy dis
cussion ensued between hun and Mr. Voor-
Tho house opened yesterday with rather
a funny scene. It appears that on Monitor
Representative Kitchin, of North Carolina
requested Hendrick B.Wright, tho Pennsyl
vania greenbacker, to introduce a bill for
him. Without looking at tho title
Mr. Wright complied with his request. It
turned out to be a bill to reduce tho tax on
whisky. To-day Mr. Wright made a per
sonal explanation, saying that he repudi
ated the bill as he did not favor cheap
whisky. He called upon Mr. Kitchin to
explain why ,c had imposed unon him.
and said, laughingly, that if he did not so
explain lie ' would hold him personally
responsible here or elsewhere. Mr. Kitchin
said that he thought a greenbacker was
willing to bo responsible for auythiug; but
inasmuch as Mr. Wright felt a disposition
to repudiate it, he would f-daddy tho
The gold medals awarded to the United
States exhibitors of the recent universal
exposition at Paris, have been received y
Commissioner General MeCormickj and
will be distributed durintr the nresent
week. Tho medals weigh three ounces
each, and have upon one side a beautiful
female head, intended to represent the
republic of France, and on the other side
a figure of peace, hovering over the expo
sition buildings. Each medal bears the
name of the exhibitor to whom it waa
awarded, and an accompanying diploma.
The medals are 100 in number, and there
are 2.') "diplomas of honor," considered equal
to gold medals, and chiefly given for the
exhibits made by the government or by
Kindness, if nothing stronger, should in
duce anyone to use Dr. Lull's Baby Syrup
for the relief of the diseases of babyhood.
Price 23 cents.
Ax Income Without Care. Ry the
combination method of operating in stocks
a handsome income can bo secured without
care. Capital in any amount, from $10 to
$50,000, may be used with equal propor
tionate success. Uv this system Messrs.
Lawrence & Co., Rankers, N. Y., pool the
orders of tliotisauds of customers, of vari
ous sums, into one vast amount, and co
operate them under the most skillful man
agement, dividing profits monthly. Each
share-holder thus obtains all the advanta
ges of the largest capital and experienced
skill, and the percentage of profits is very
great; f 0 will pay $100 in 30 days; $230
will return $1,825, or 7J2' per cent, on the
stock, and so on, as the market varies.
A prominent publisher ot the Rock Island
(111.) Daily Argus, made $104,13 on an in
vestment of $20.00, in October. Hundreds
of others arc doing even better. Messrs.
Lawrence & Co.'s new circular has "two
unerring rules for success in stock opera
tions'' and full information, so that any one
can deal in stocks. All kinds of bonds
and stocks wanted. New Government
bonds supplied. Deposits received. Ap
ply to Lawrence & Co., Rankers, 57 Ex
change place, N. Y. City.
You Mist Cure that Cough. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Ihonchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it Is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take ami perfectly harmless o the youngest
child, and no mother can cllbrd to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true wo will re
fund the price paid. PrirelOcrs. 50cls.
and $1,00 per bottle. If j our Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by llarclay Rrothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you tv Yellow skin. Loss of Anne-
titc, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It iruarauteod tu
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I " '"-l" Jt m "in tuii uwumiuu to suiter
Lllt, c,m ,,c cum, 8m,h tmm
these. Price 10 cents, and 73 cents, fjold by
Well's Persian Pertumo 'Tlackmetack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
Ark Savings Banks Siicxnis? This is a
question of vital importance to tho indus
trial thrift of our country; ami whilo our
legislatures are pondering tho question, wo
would earnestly advise everyone to take
Hall's Balsam for coughs and colds. War
ranted to cure. Sold by Barclay Eros.,
First cuss cut card at tho Bgixetis
office at St. Louis wholosala price. Print
ing ft. 00 to 1.50 per thousand '
Ciikw Jackson'i best Sweet lfj TW
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