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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO,, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, 3IAY 1, 1870.
NEW SERIES NO. 281.
1 ENKIIAI. DELIVERY open .:) a.m.; clou
VI ::it ii. in.; Huniluy: H to a. m,
Money Order Department open lit 8 a. m.; closes
nl 5 p. in.
'i'hromjli Express Mull via lUlnoln CVntrul urid
Mississippi Central Railroads close ut H'::ln . in.
Cairo anil Poplar llluir Through and Wuy Mull
tin-.', nl p. m.
Way .Mull via Illinois Central. Cairo ami Vln
rctinci mid Mlss.ssippl Central Railroads time at
Wuy .Mull fur Narrow (Jaiijru Railroad closes at 8
Cairo and Evansville River Route closes at 6::!')
p. in. duliy (aci it Friday).
II. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINUISCENTRAL I!. R.
Null AM a.m. I Mull 3:la.m
lixjir.--f ..'J:i p.m. Express tiMip.m
CAIRO ii YINCENNES I!, li.
Muil ...10:(ii)p.ni. I Mall.... 4:1." a.m.
, .' CAIRO & ST. LOFTS It. It.
Hx;.'r.: p.m. I Express a m
A.'':uHi"(lrtlUL p.m. I Aceom'datiou p. Ill
ClIICAi.O. ST. I.OCISANRNEWORLEAN.SK.I
Express II VU in, I Ktprvss Hiirtji.m
Mall pi::)ilp.m. 1 ml .r):iiu.m
C. A. T. RAILROAD'
Texas iprf . . 3: W a.m. I T.xns express. 3:l'p.m
Afcointiiodat'n . .1: iii ii. tii. I
M.ixor-V. IS. Thistl'-wowl.
'J'ri'iiiip r Edward D.-.onia.
Cli-rii -iKtini'. J. Foley.
Counselor-Win. 1(. diiliort.
Marshal-'. IV Artcr.
A'torucv William IIt-n!rh ks.
. . I'ollcf Mas.'1'traU. J. J. ISini.
h'lAKD OP AI.HCIIXKV.
Fir't Wnrd-Wm. O'l.'allahan. M. .1. How'.cv.
Second Wurd-Daid T. Ltnv.-ar. C. It- wood-
'lVrd Ward-W. I'. Wrl'.'M. E-'Vrt Smith.
l-- ;r- Ward -Charles -' l'ati.-r. .lames Kyna'ton
Filth Ward-T. W. HaRldav, Ernest 1'.. I'cttit.
Clrc.iH'Jinl'.-i'-O. A. lUrker.
!f nit Lli r J. A. U.w.
( :i':Ltv.l;nli.-i--H. Ym urn.
t cn.w -rk S. J. Hnmm.
nurii'v Attorii.y W. (.'. M'JiUi y.
Ci.iV Treasurer A.J. A'.iivt..
S!e r: :1 .1 tiT Ilmliri.
( iir-iii-T-l:. t'-W-rsi'.. ..
Coutitv Couimi.stiii.cr T. w. Hal. .bay, v
p.rown. Samuel llrilcy.
AlKk'AN M. E.-Foiirtvci.th street. ''",
Walnut and Cedar street" : s.Tlrcs Mimata 11
h. m. s:.d p. m .; .Sunday School :3p. m.
CMIRISTIAN Eighteenth Mt! mt-ft;i. Sab
j l,;i-h V:v p. ta : preu-i.ilir occas'.iiuii..).
ii .i.- Till- I'VHKKYKR (Ll.l"-'iin'i)
L- Firm-vtith Mn-t; M.-rtdLj prayer a'',;)
p.:-7. . m.: .v.-t,l!i2 prt.-r-..:.' p. ni.
cL..; '.. a. m. Kvt. J. Iiili.ni-L.-.-. I.r.'tor.
i-n:-T MisfK.SAiiY r..MTiT nini(ii-
r IT. h'.U-J tt a m- if-- V ''"'
h'.a-!. -.-b,.-l at p. W. K--V. 1- J-
m. li-v. Inn r liinT. i'u!i.r.
MKTl!o!)lST- t cr. EbMh ami Walnut "f-t.:
..rhli Sii'l uiti 1 1 1 ii . in. and . I'-'j1-
ir:.. r !n.-.''i,i;. Wi-lt..-;.iv . V- '
n :; p. i.i. Ia-v. A. 1'. M.-tr:.u. pa-tr.
1 H K -1 ! Y T K I : I A N t i '- : i li ' Vfa-l.!nc ot,
!-. til.. Wi-'!:n'"'l-iv a '' : s'-"-'-a -J'.
i.l 1 li. m. l!w. 11 I ' pa-.
CjEi 'lM) KUKK WIU. i:I-TI-T - K.fv lib
r -l.-.-n W :....nt ".!..li.'.: v: : .-. r.i
i;i at I and T:J-i p.
C'T..!i:i'll-.'lfti.aii (MSl-'lki Corn.-r -fo
ui 1 'il.!.':l uri-.-t-: htvim- M'i 'a..i
r, :'i..;-iv mU.m.i a; . m.; Vi-i'-i' : ! -i'I,f
iin v.. rv i'..;y :.! - P Hi.
, t i. itwi li.im irt Cathu'ii' ' I'uri.iT N:i.ili
S . ...i vv.i.i. --..I. -.v.-ti-:..-: f. -viri i'v
:.. ' . i'v. .. v. .',,-r. 'I !, t-i : Slll.'.:iV S 1.
' ti m. . - nii'i i v-rv cay at p. m. !.. t. .a'"-..
i.MROCm FERRY CO.
LEAVTs l.SAVKH l.EAVM
Foot Fourth ut. MlMO'trl Land'e- Kentucky Ld'g.
' Tain! ' 8;:Ha. m. a. ra.
pi a. d. 1": a. n. 11 a. i:..
j p ,m. -'el'1 p. ni. 3 P- b-
4 p. ni. I;' p w. 8 V-lr"
niorniETon of sruoAT s tatent
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAU LOAD OUTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHI ITI NO.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o 1 ' 1-' i c k :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dealer in lrcshMcat.
JictwpfMi "SVashlnjttoii ami Com'
mnrclut Av., ndlulnlng Ilunnya
ITKKPS for mletlic bolt Beef, Pork, Mutton. Veal
-IV LmiiIi; Hauniiio, A iv, and In prepared toiervu
fumiiiv in au tccepiauiu manner.
Dry Goods and Clothing
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
(.'oinnn'rrial Avmrno, I
Curm-r Eitatu trv.ct
XKW MEAT MARKET.
Klof the Buffalo Head.
Nt, V). Ohio
KOF.HLER BROS., iTorrictois,
A ptn and cnmj'li-t' utipply or tac Mft or ail
kli.d' lavat always ou tiai.il. t'rdcrii tlltd ut any
li'iiir. Cay orLiht.
LEXAXDEU COUNTY IlANK,
('ciiinurcial Avenue and F.i?htu Street,
F. BliOSS, I'rt'idi ut.
I'. NEKK. Viri l'ri-i.ldc."-'..
11. WE1.I.S. Cai-UiiT. -
T. J. KERTH. AiftitH CaLRr.
". C'r.lm: William Kln'.'e. Ca'rfl;
Ni (1. Cniro; William Wolf. Cairo:
(. il l!-.
(i.u-riiia. l.. i. li;i.mLity, i.nm
il.-r. ( a'.rj; J. Y. C ii Uii-ou. Cali-dotiia.
f -EXERAI, BANKIN(i BVSIXEsS RON E. Ex
rliaur- .uid ai.d liy.i'-lit. li,ti-ri-t i, aid in t!u-
SavlL.-n Drtiartun.i.!. n'Jvttini..i v.aav and all
l,,i-iin'- prnmptiy att.'lidi d to
PJXTEKI'RISE SAVINGS DANK,
Cl.art. rtil March ill, lllfi!.
OFFICE. IN CITY NATIONAL BASK,
C iiro, Illinois.
TNTKRE-Tja!'! en di-pr!?. M-irra let n:id Sp-
X I ' IU 'I r I r. I ;. Ii ri - . I,.'. i u.'ir . 1. :j'ui. u :
IT-itiatcl) t til- priu:pa'. of t.t tivpo.l. t!.vtfl.)
ffViUtf 1 1.1 ci cocipuuuu :!.:,. ri.-;.
-CtiiUln iwind man icil wniiun may iti-posit
inoni'V iind no one obc can draw li.
WALTER IIYSJ.OP. Ti:EA?i nF.r:.
rnilE CITY NATIONAL DANK,
W. p. HAI.l.lItAY. Pre.-l.'M.
11. L. 1IA1.I.IHAY. Vice Prc-idcM.
WALTER llV.-I-Ol', fanhler.
nTAAT TAYI.or.. W. I'. II AI.I.IHA V.
IttMlV I . II.M.I.Il'VY, I'.. II. l'l NMNOIIAM.
II. HII.IIAMm'S, STKI'IUN lilllll,
It. II. CAStlKII.
Aclianye, Coin ami United States Domls
BOVC.HT AND SOLO.
ri-polt rccc'.M'd and a general banklnj business
NEW (U N SHOP.
SEW GUN SHOP,
Cimiiuerditt Ave.. oruislte Seventh st.
CA11K), : ! : ILLINOIS-
G litis, Pistol, Sai'es and Locks ReR-iured.
Keys Mime to oruer.
CHOKE BORIN'O ON BREACH I.OADINCi HUNS
A M'r.ClAL l i.
All work guaranteed suilnfiiclorv, at cheaper rate.
haticau be oMulued at liny other place lu the city.
WHOLESALE WINKS AND LI(t'0RS
Jjt SMYTH it CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers lu
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines' ol nil Kinds,
KO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS fMYTH A CO. tiaveconntnntlyn large
.ineli of fie bent goods In the market and ghe
...pedal ntteiiun. to the wholesale branch t the
TliK WOUKINO.MAS S,l'RIENl).
In IIk'oo tlavnof nulltirnl rli It'Ty, a true friend
In tluMlmu of need, It a irliiid luduud; and nucli
a frU'tid la
Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM for the LUNGS
It If a f tiro cure lor
and all tllccanes of t lie Luur, (.'liuct and Throat
Thin well-known remedy has bfi-n lined for
thirty v, ar" and ha curod thoutauda of Cttnui,
tunny of which wrru given up a hoplem.
No cae, however otifttnati'. can renlft the
liealliiK proiM rtli-nof Dr. Win. IIiiH'b llulram for
the I.iniirn. Trial bottle will he I'uruUlird (jrat
t uitnuHly to all who are alllcled with Euu uud
Jrlteiiuiiiilier that It l tho pomliitcnt nee of
the Ilalfam that ture thowomt canes.
JOHN P. IIENIIY, CUURAN & CO.,
H COI.I.EiE PLACE. NEW YORK.
(1) BARCLAY BROS. Wuoleialo Axc'iits.
STOVES AXD TIN WARE.
"V. M- IUYIDSOX,
Till, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING cc HEATING
Tinware ami Hollow ware of every
Beunvart's old stand, on Eighth ntrcet.
Rooflnc. and (lutterin" a nticclaltv. All klndn
of work nkillfully and promptly performed uud
price, mailt' cutiMuctory.
ROOTS AND SHOES.
Manufacturer and Dealirr in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Findings
No. !i Commercial Ave.. Bet. Fifth and Sixth Stu.
T.ei-p' coiin'anCy on hand n larffe a'nortment of
IV In-nt- and Ladii s Ilooln an ! Slioi- of all nty'i'S
and nii". ntid of the very In-nt of St. Louis and
Cincinnati lland-miidc. work: nulil ctieajier than
ever heiure. Mill cheaper than like goods can lie ih
taiued iti lt.ii- city.
Al-o. ulwavn on hand a lar;c mock of Leather and
1'iniiiii;' of ail dvni ription, -ola very clone.
ROOTS AND SHOES.
Mani:f.Kturi r ai.d de:r!er in
ROOTS AND SHOES
A!o dealer in
The Iiest Hand Made Itoston ami St.
Louis lioots ami Shoes.
Work dor.e to order oti short r.ntire.froin the very
ln -t material and a irood lit iruatautved.
I" HAVE order at mv nhop.im Ei.-htli street, nevt
j door to Jake Walter- . .vl'IioI i.Dl.l'EN BOOT
iIes.e IHnkle, N'. B. TinnTi.Ewooii, .1. II. .Moor.B
Farmer's Tohacco Warehouse
Nos, li". and 1JV Commercial Aveune.
j-fi-I.ibrriil Advancement made ou t 'usin
tneuln of Tobacce, Flour, mid Oruln.
jrffAgi nts for fiear, Scott & Co. ttirehu ma
chine, portable saw mill and threshing en. en.
Agents forChaniplon harvesting machines, mouer
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR."
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Washington and Walnut )
Estimates on buildings, on losses by lire
or otherwise made on short notice.
ALL work Intrusted to him will receive prompt
attention, and will bo executed In a nit.stactoiy
Horses boarded by tho week at reasonable rate
GOOD HORSES AND PUGGIES
At prices to suit the limes, Give mc n call
THE VERY REST MEDICINE
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Bear Sir. Oinc nioro I tuke the pen lo prainti the
kins of Miillrlii,..,, Vt'S'-tltii'. When I henan to
take esi'tliic two year- aijii with nnch marked hen
elll. my lr 1'iuln thoiiutit It wan a Htlmiilant rfTect,
and wo""1 noon nuliHldc leaving me an had an he
fore. lhlhkti.iMiiat nome of thono who read the
tenlimonla! ttn.t I wrote at that time, might think
the name. I write once more to natlnl'y thcui on that
point, hinec i begun to lake Vegetinu almont two
yearn ago, I hnve guined nteadlly until the prenelil
tiinu. at w hich I am enjovlng mv former health, and
connlder mvn-lf cured by Vegetlne. Two vearn
hjo I wan an low an a man could he and live. 1 wan
confined to tl,., bed for eight montlm. nm! given up
to die by eight doctor, nomo of the mont nklll
ed lu the Mute Tlicv naid I had neveral
(linemen, Incluillng conniimiitiou. hcarl ilineane. and
neveral othern. i'iiully fatal, and munt die. Bnt
Vegetlne. taki n us alant resort, hrotigbt me throiiuh
and to that I owe my life. Since mv hi-ulth began
to improve. I inivu made a ntudyof dlncano, and llud
the caune of my nvtnptomn to have liei-n I)ynpepia
or Indigentl'in. mM I aUo find that live I'a.en of
ilieane in v ry nix, are eftectn of tho name canto.
When the foo.l'in not properly dlgentcd in the itom
a. h. It heconn - a pui-onoun. putrid mann, which la
abnorlied Into th filiMid. and by that U amveyed to
all purtn of ttu nynlein. cunning nymptoma of dineane
in any oral) uf the orL'ann of the hotly: anil if tills
caune In not removed, tiient) nymplomn become in
time organic illneanen. I have L'lveu Vegetlne a
thorough lent In my own cane, and alno In that of
many of my acmialntaiiccn, and llud H to be the
very bet medicine extant for IJvnpepnluor Intligen
tion. one of the nymptoinn ol which In uniinlly the
belief that you 'have nome organic dlncanc. lam
well known In the townn of (ioil-tow n. Weare, and
Newton, nt t hln ntate ( N . II ). nun can furnlnU an
undeniable corroboration ol all these ntatenientn.
I will wl.llr." v annwi-r anv letter of lniiiurv in re
gard to my own cane, or the line of Vegetlne.
lour truly. A.J. Ill liuti l.
If Veoetink In taken "regularlv, 'acconllng to ill-
rectinii", a certain uud npeedy cure of Hynpepeia
will follow ltn line.
Mn. H. R. Stevens:
Bear Sir. For the last fifteen years, during the
month of .May ami June. I have'hei u olllictetl with
what the doctor" called Antliinii. It was Very din
trennlng, leutleiing me mii-erable. nothat I dreaded
It coming on I wu recommended to tine Vege
tlne. 1 took two bottle before I expetced the at
tack, nud was entirely relieved. I feel grateful to
Vegetine. JNO T. li.M.lNtiEK.
llfireek nt. I'hila.
Veoetine ha restored thou-aml to health who
had been long, and painful .ull'erern.
J'imples and Eruptions
of the Skin.
R. R. Stevens:
My mother ha- n-,-,! ynnr valuable mctliciiip "Veg
etine." for Tetter find' Eruption of the nkin. and
Li- found great relief by the use of it. I can rec
ommend it for such complaint.
R. A. BLACKWELL.
Dec 2 1-TT. I'nlontowu, l uion Cj , Ky.
Humors on the Face,
In thincoiiiliiion of the 'kin. the Veoetine in the
great remedy, an It iicl directly upon the blood,
ltcieause uud purities the IjIhimI. ilirrehv can-ing
liiiniiirn to disappear. By internal treatment 1
utij.ulitie are thrown out. Veoktine give good
r:rci:!:itiou to the blon.l. relieving the imlumed or
eonge-t, d orgiml-r.i. re-toiing the health, giving a
good, clear toniplexlon .
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Ve?etine is Sold l!y all Prmrirists,
FI.0UE, GRAIN' AXD HAY
Hirlit'st Cash Trice Paid for Wheat.
5 " W
5 S K
s P x
jTEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IK THK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and ( rilirn Til
Cuiiiuiercial Ave., I Villi Us Alls
O. O. PATIEU & CO.
Huith! Tender a on mother' hreat,
I'll hold tlila dear thl gentle guent ;
Thl darling, dimpled king! Once thlue
Who npcaks or death! Lo! lie I mine.
"IIlii challced wine!" I'll drink my fill,
Anil not one drop my hand shall nplil.
He shall not die! The strength of love,
No .aerifies too treat to piove.
Saycm thou? "How cannt thou hope to hold,
How charm and keep thl rover bold?"
My lovo nhall take a ntormy tone,
Nor watch and weep an thou hast done.
To nomo eyes may the vi'lets wear,
Far nweeter grace than llllie fair;
Not ahvay. do the bndt illnc!oe,
Such rragrancc a the full-blown roe!
I'll kin his eyes till he I blind.
And cannot aee hi way to find.
Beyond my arm ! He shall not so !
Fair Juuo mile, and anawer "uo."
"Hinchallced wine!" 'tis iweet 'tl rare!
My fentalhour! rono crowned and fair!
He nhall not die! Such love a mine,
Mut hold thl roving King, once thine.
When all the bird. In all the bowers,
Forget to ning. When all tb'.' flowers
Droop their iweot head In tad decay,
Fold all their luarcs and fade away ;
When all the tar with splendor bright,
Refue to glimmer through the night,
I'll ntrlvo in my Impassioned grasp,
My precious one, thy form to clasp.
W hile battling 'gainst misfortune's tide,
Our brothers pans the other aide;
Brotherly love will shrink with shame
Friendship, 'ti said "Is but a name."
Immortal love! our sweet home lien,
Beyond tlii earth, 'neath glow ing nkle
In the far west with blossom fair.
The "Inland of the Blessed" are there!
There I no dreary cypres gloom '
No pale (irlef weeping o'er the tomb
No guarded, frowning, cantle "Fate."'
Where weary Hope waits at tho gate.
Oh! If the g,t!s their favorite bore
To such tweet rest on that fair shore!
There cradled where the fuubcams lie.
My "Treasure Trove," thou shalt not die!
Cairo, May. Kate W
The Metlioilist lmvcS-'JS Sunday scliools
in Germany and Switzerland, and 10,476
Thcru arc in German v l,oT0 Sunday
schools, with 5,800 ollicers and touchers,
and 112,000 scholars.
A lwxly ot Little Sisters of the Foot have
gone from Marseilles to Naples to found the
lirst house ol their couirresraticn m Italy.
Tlie wile ot Fere Hvacinthe is translat-
inf the work of "Tlie Union of Churches,
which was written ly Dr. Dollinjfer, the
old Catholic leader.
The vestry of St. George's, Ilonovtr
Square, London, has resolved, ly n vote of
y:j to 20, not to allow a statute of Rvroa to
be placed iu St. James's street.
The DesMoinos Presbytery has tsnrte
the church sessions hv "faithful nml iudi
cious exercise of dicipliuo" to restrain their
memlieis frciiniiartit'iiiatini'in the sins t f
the theatre, card playiiiir and the protniscu
ous swial dance.
Xa complete translation of the Bible is
believed to exist in the laiiiruaireof tlie Zu
lus. In 1S04 the famous Dr. C'olenso, bish-
of Natal, translated tlie book of Gem-sis, in
IS.jO portions of the pslatns, andiu 1500 tlie
Father Ilvacinthu's services are well at
tended and he has secured the assistance of
a yount: French priest, who is helping to
prepare u large class of young people for
their tir&t communion. The Catholic bish
op of Switzerland, Bishop llcrzojr, oilers to
ordain such candidates for the mimstery as
Mr. Lysoumay recommend.
The Irish Catholics ot Boston are arrang
ing to buy a large tract of land iu Waupaca
county, Wis., divide it into small farms and
aid staunch Catholics to settle thereon. Iu
this way the colonists can keep up theit
own churches nud schools, and win buck
the young people, who from lack of regular
religious instruction have become imbued
with Protestant ideas,
A missionary in Nebraska lias organized
in six years 1-U new Sunday schools, with
1,002 teachers and scholars, besides aiding
DUO other schools. This bin incurred the
making of 1,00,") addresses, the visiting of
;i,l"7 families, and the distribution of 1,025
Bibles and Testaments. He has traveled
'10,11)1 miles, and reports that marvellous
changes have taken place in the stale.
The Brooklyn Sunday school union, the
anniversary uf which takes place on May
22d, contains 11U scho 'Is, with 40,320
scholars. Among the denominations the
Methodists lead in the number of schools,
having 27; the Presbyterians are next with
22, and then comes the Congregationalists
with 17, the Baptists with 17,"tlie Episcopa
lians with 17. the Reformed Church with
10, tho Lutherans with 5, and several other
denominations with i total ot II.
There are otF the coast of Kerry, little
islands called the Blaskets, inhabited by a
u very poornnd primitive population, whose
nearest church is on tho shore of the muiu
land. On stormy days they cannot cross to
"hear mass,'' but they kneel by their rocky
coast bare-headed iu the open air. The
progress of the ceremony is made known to
them by the waving of tings and their
prayers accompany those ot the priest.
Queen Annie was in tlie habit of hearing
the church service read in tho department
next her bedroom, and her maids dressed
her while it was goiofi on, tho door being
left open that sho might catch the words.
At a certain stage of tho toilet, however,
ladv of tho bedenatnber used indiscreetly
to closo tho door for a short time, and ou
this ono sturdy chaplain stopped reading,
the queen sent word ho might go on, but
ho declined, ho said, "to whistlo the word
of God through a keyhole."
Why will tou allow ft cold to nd
vuncd iu your system and thus cneournjro
nioro serious maladies, such us Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages ond Lumr troubles when, au
immediate relief con so cosily bo attained,
lloschce's German Pyrup lias gained the
largest sule in tho world for the euro of
Coughs, Colds and tho severest Lung Dis
eases. It is Dr. Boschce's famous German pre
scription, and is prepared with the greatest
care, and no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to the youngest child, as per
directions. The sale ot this medicine is
unprecedented. Since first introduced there
lias been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a failure to do its
work in any case. Ask your druggist as to
the truth of these remarks. Largo size 75
cents. Try it and bo convinced.
At a recent grand demonstration in Rome
against the spread of Protestantism in tho
Eternal city, there was a great exhibition
of relics at St. Peter's, including the heads
of St. Peter and St. Paul, and tho Iarso
piece of the true cross, a foot-long piece of
wood, black with age or burning, preserved
in a glass jar.
Uros the first evidence of stomachic or
bowel disorders, promptly give the baby a
few doses of Dr .Bull's Baby Syrup.andpre-
J vent much suffering on tho part of tlie little
I one. Price 23 cents.
Tho trustees of Butler I'uiversirr. Indi
anapolis, have passed an order that hence
forth all members of the faculty shall lie
long to the Christian Church, thus shutting
out all professors of natural science and
jngiisii literature who belong respective v
to the Presbyterian and Congregational
churches. A paper bv tho formor rm ti,
"Agassiz and his religious faith," provoked
the order, which it is said will be recindod
at the annual meeting of tho corporation,
when the board of trustees will bo reor
ganized. The International convention of Younir
Men's Christian Associations, comprising
uu uio associations in ine i niteu states ami
Canada, numbering about COO men. will
assemble iu Baltimore May 24. Among tho
topics announced for discussion are work
among the Germans, work in the south.
work in colleges and literary intitutions,
and work among the young colored meu of
the south. It is probable that a new de
partment, to be called "The Commercial
Traveler s work," will be ono of the feat
TriE frittering away of wealth is of
minor account compared to the expenditure
of vital force by delay in treating a cough
or cold. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup saves
time and strength in its effect upon coughs
and colds. 23 cents a bottle.
AT THE PLASTERS IIOCSE.
John Pearson, St. Louis; M. Colin, Pa
ducah; J. C. Ilinslcy, Clinton; Clias. C.
Young, New Buruside, Ills.; M. Brunder
burg. Newport, Ark.; Y. M. Visfn. Padu
cah, Ky.; M. B. Hunt, St. Louis; Stanford
White, St. Louis; W. A. Kendal, St.
Louis; J. D. Henkel, Chicago; L. W.
Goldbear, Nashville, Tenn.j Miss Mary A.
Hogan, St. Louis.
Be ox hand early on Monday morning
to secure bargains in the following goods
at Stuart's reliable dry goods house: 500
pairs of ladies' gents' and children's
Hosiery, COO Ladie's Silk and Lace Ties,
300 Fans, new and elegant styles. Being a
line of samples of a New York importer,
bought at 50 cents on the dollar and offered
at prices in proportion. These goods must lie
sold during the coming week and purchas
ers will do themselves an injustice by not
seeing those goods before making their
purchases. We extend a cordial invitation
to all whether they desire to buy or not.
Come iu the forenoon it possible in order to
avoid the afternoon rush.
Ciias. A. Stcaut.
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screens.to be made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
Ice, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of tlie city, delivering
pure Lake Ice iu such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at toy
residence ou Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, ou Eighth street, or address
me through the post-office.
F. M. Waup.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol's
grocery store. Jacou Keek.
(iERMAX-EXGLlSU SCHOOL. '
Mr. Taiil M. Froidrlch, known to our
people us a successful educator, will open a
German-English School, m Turner's Hall,
ou' the tlrst Monday lu June.
All branches will be taught that are re
garded essential to a thorough practical ed
ucation. An evening school, at Mr. F'i residence
on Ninth street, will be openod on tho
evening of tho samo day. Private lessons
in German or any other study given, on lib
eral torms. ' I
For particulars apply to Mr. Frcidrich.at
his residence. '