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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
fi ENEItAL DELIVERY opca ,sm t. m.; clo.e.
J p.m. j Suinluv: to u a, 0, '
Money Order Department open at 8. m.; closea
at ii p. in.
Jlirou-H Exiri!M Mall, via Illinois. Central and
Mississippi Central Railroad closu at Iu-:i p m
Cairo and 1'oplnr Willi' Through und Way Jlall
Way Mull via lllltinla Central. Cairo and Vln-ri-miM
and Mississippi Central Ralloada closu at
V. tfi p. m.
Way .Mail far Narrow (jaiijro Iiullroad closea at 8
Cairo and Evansvlllo River Kouto cloaca at 6:30
p. in. duliv (except Friday).
TIME TA RLE.
R. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
THAIS' AlililVE. THAIS'! IiKI'AIIT
Mall.... 4:0.-, a.m. I Mull v..:i:la.m.
E.xpresa p.m. I Express liMUp.m.
CAII10 A YINCENNESH. It.
Mail 10:b()p.m. Mull ...A.Vii.m.
CAIRO dc ST. LOUS It. It.
Ktj.r- 5:to p.m. Expre.n m
Aixum Ovon 10:45 p.ui, I A:cira'datluu.l'j:'Ap. m
CHIC.V.O. ST. LOUiiANnNEWUIiLEANSIt.lt
Mall... 5:'J0p.m. Mull 5:Hua.in.
C. A. & T. H.MI.ROAD
Accotiauudat'o . .H:U0 a. in
.tan eiprcsa. 2:15p.m.
Maynr-N. II. Thistli-w'ood.
Tn ;." r Edward Dc.on:a.
( kr- Ui-ciiiK. J. Koli'v.
Counselor Win. II. Oifbert.
A nor:.-- William lL-ndriiAs.
l'td!c .Ma'.strte-J. J. Bird.
B'lAllil of Ai.Iil.HMr.5.
First v-.'ard-Wm. OTaliahan. M. J. llowlev.
Serutd Vard-Daid T. Llue-ar, C. It. Wood
Tlilr I Ward-W. I'. Wrli'M. E:1crt Smith.
J-'o i r-fi Ward Chare's o. l'atn-r. James Kynaton
Fifth V. rd -T. . llaiiiduy, Ernest li. 1'cttlt.
Ctrc .7'!d2-0. A. Ilurkr.
Clrcut .irk-J. A. R"w".
C-jnt'y J nil.''? li. S. Vociiin.
Coaii'v '.crk-S. J- Milium.
County AltomyW. C. M'llkey.
Couii'V 'I 'munr'T A. J. Aidm.
Mit.-rtJ-Jlttll Hod lie.
Votuut r - K. Fiz-.''r.u.
loin.'? Comml.-ioncr T. W. Ilallldar,
I'.ruHi.. v.tt.'i"l lirilcy.
ERICA N M. V. -Knurte.n'.u sirret. between
l Wa v.! and Cerfar .tn.-r'.. : -rvii"-. &abhth 11
u. m. at.'i 7: it i'. in.; hJi.Uny School -M p. Hi.
MIRIT1AS-Ki2utcv.th :rvt; mwtiKS SaV
j l,a'a :'):' p. in.; pn a' hir if ix-ca-ionally.
tiHi rit II OP TIIK hKUEEMEIt-tEpl'n.pali
I Ki:.r".-'.'!i!li Uri'tt ; M-irLii. pray r tSuliliaiiu
it -.mi u. i.a. : vviiirir tirnv'TH. i ..i u. ra.; atiiin
cch'j'il 'i a. la. !;. ftt. .1. I:UolrL;i-, I'.i'ftur.
fl!''r MISSIONAUY IJA1TIT Clll'lf II.-
J 1'r-i.' .! .: at lu: s in,, t ;i. m.. and T::i p. m
!) h r:L-l a. ': l. tn. Jtw. I. J. fraurvif.
I t'TI! E !' AN Thir 'r--v, i-rvl-- Sab.
J h-x'u :i a. m. and ;: p. tn.; Sut'lay wbrndVa.
lii. Ii"V ;)i-r..if:i t. :' it-
METl;;IIsT-Cr. Ei-.-l.th and Walnut i..r-(-
V'.yv !,Iiil Sabbntu ! ni. ai:il 7 p. tn.
rr-v-r t-i' -n.i. Wviincdav , p. m.: SuiiC.y
srhnid. j'. m. I'.' t. A. 1. .MMrr.Mju, pallor.
1 lt!HYTE!;lAN Kl.dito tM; pwarhii:j on
I M.i'ia'ft at ll:i( a. in. ai.'l .:'p- m ! prayir
Krtit.' V.Vdnodav at ':.) . tn.; sucday school
1 1 p. !.'.. ii-.-v. 11. V. o. or;,-, ;.:.-;.)r.
'E'-uND n;KEW!M. ItAITIT - K.rt r !l.
nr. '. 1 i n Wa'tr.it a:.d ' oaiur i-trrH ; r
Si.'' kia'!i a! ! aid ' " ; i:i-
T. '' '"-Kl'irs -(Kii!-;.';u Ciiihoiir) r.nir ('mm
hli.'. V.Vt -it !?;: rvr. S'i'.r.th ;' a.
: -.t. . . bii, a; -i ;. m. ; Vfy" m-: ' r-
i' i :.i dnv ..t - p. tr..
T. PATi-.I- K-S-Hltoit!?.n C'.::i' . Corn.T Nlnlu
, ; t.,t W.l."ti.-'r. ' tine: " rv!n- Ml
L.rni in. : X :, ir 4 n. tn.; Pnt.day schid
v. -.:, cvy Sy at p. in. Jtvv. t. JCab
(jMUOCITY FERRY CO.
-t!AV! I.EkVKt LKAVKH
FootFii-.ir.n t. .V':oi;r; Land'tf. KiMiturky Ld'it.
S a. m. S ::H) a. w. a. tn.
I ' a. ff.. M:;tn a. tn. 11 a.m.
P rr.. p.::i. :j p. m.
p. m- l:ii p.m. I p. m.
rnOPRIJ-TUH OF sritOATS PATENT
Vholer?ale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAE LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOIl SHIPPING.
Car Load? a Specialty.
o f f i c k :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Uctwppn VnhlnBton and Com
mprt i.il Av tuiiinlnu Ilannyn.
K E,Lri 1 'J "Un "10 "''"fi.foflc, Million, Veal.
,,,n . H,lllftH, ; nd la prepurud to aervo
fantllles lu tin awentablc raanuer.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
MMIKoiilrroiid runnlnttwo dally train, from Cairo
X maklUK direct comic( lion wild Eai-tvrn II hub
n V iV', !' Fl",V'x''rt'"'urrhi,'ln t. Loula7:M
p. tu.; . Iiitaij(j:5(Ju. m.
1 :10 j). in. CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE
Arriving In Clnilmintl at 7:00 a. m.; Louisville,
.'i i ." : ''"HanaiMilla. 4:15 a. m. I'asfli''era by
tUI train arrlveui ubovu pointH
13 to so nouns in advance
. , Of any other route.
0u nnv other route,
p. m. Fant Mall, with sleepers attached, for
M. LOUS ami CIIICAou. arriving lu Si.
i at :50 a. in : Chicago at lll. lo a. in., conneet-
Ini at Odin or KtliuKbam for Clutinnali, Loulnvlllo
rAST TIMK EAST.
P4S.SF(iVFN b tl,,H (ftbroiich
j i 'oiiitjrrjii? t ii... Kn.t uiih,it ,.r.
delay cauned by Sunday liiten-enini;, Tlie Satur
day afternoon train from Cairo arrive. In New York
.iionnay morninijut lo:s. Tlilrty-au lioum In ad
vanei of tv oilier ronU.
f-f"Adertl!iiiPiit of competing llnoa that they
make belter time than tlil one are P-nued either
tlirotitdi iu'norutite or a dculre to mixlead the public.
For throiiL'h tleketa and Information ujiply at Illi
lion Central Itailroad deiot, Cuiro.
TIIAINS AHIIIVE ATC.MItO:
JAS. .IGIINsON.iii u'l boutberu Asr't
J. II. JONES. Ticket Ati. nt.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
IT. W. WMITIIKlt.S. IttHvivor.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Thronfli Expnc leave. Cairo H:l5a.m.
Through Exjin-.ii arrlven at E.St I.oiii... ri;iip.m.
'l brouirh Expre-n leave. E. st. I. ou..... :i:m)a.m.
I hrouith Kxpre.. arrive, at Cairo 5:10 p.m.
Mnrphyboro accommodation leave. ( slroK -ii p.m.
Mu'phy.boro Arc. arrive" at Murihy.bjro ri l.'i p.m.
.Mnri.liy.lioro Ace. leave. Murih)boro. .. 4:15a.m.
MurpLy.boio A. c. arrive, at Cairo 10 43 a. III.
The Cairo & St. I.oui. Kail Road I the onlv all
Kail Route between Cairo and St. Louis under one
maiiau'emeiit. therefore there are no ibluv. at
way nation, aw aillmr connection, from other'line..
Cloe anrl uru cniuiectliui" ut St. Louis with other
Hie-. f..r North. EaM and Wt.t.
I. A. NAldl.E. L.M.JOHNSON.
A'int. General Muna'-r.
CAIRO tfe VINCENNES R. R.
I'll AT T F VTIIE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
17 Af I I V THE SHORTEST TO LOUS-hljr'x,u-K-
T I MORE ANll WASHINGTON.
'It All I VCTIIE SHORTEST TO INDIAN-
r .'1 1 Ii r .. APoI.ls.I'mLADELPUIA.NEW
YORK AND IJOSToN
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over traiu. of U .-.,iti .ak.L): the utmc
ff Pai-n;er by other route, to ninke cot.r.ec-II'"--
"'u. i ride nil niht. waitinit from one to .ix
hour, at mail country Matiuus far train, of con
II EM EM 1 1 FRT" E A( T En1 "f
iUi.Uri.UDI.H, ,n tri)lli ri.!u.1Ilu.l.;vati.
Tille. Indianapoli.. Cliii liinatl and Louisville fame
day. Train, leave and arrive at Cuiro a follow.:
Mail leave. 4:,f, a m.
Mail arrive. lonp.m.
Through ticket and chick, to all important
F. A. MILLER ROSWELL MILLER.
Uen I Pa.. Asetit, tietieral Stlp't
L. 1J. ClIL la 11. Pa..eiiKer A;ent.
MUTUAL AID SOflKTV.
A sriiSTITl'TE FOR LIFE IXsUK
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Oriranlwil July litli, 1377, Under the Lawsol
the Stale of Illinois. Copyrighted July
I. 1877. under Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STKATTON, I'iiesiorst.
Mns. P. A. TAYLOR, - . VieK-PtiKsinBXT.
A. GOLDSTINE, - . TiiKAsntKit.
Da. J.J.GORDON, . JIkii. Aiivisoa.
THOMAS LEWIS. Skuiktaiiv.
BOA HI) OF MANAGERS!
J. J . GORDON, Physician Cairo, IU.
Mrs. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent of
Schools, Alexander Countv "
Mrs. K. C. FORI), Variety Bracket Store, " "
J. A. GOLDSTINE, of Goldstlne Jt Ho
setiwaler. Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In Siatile ami Fancv Dry Goods
N. II. TlIISTLKwOoD.-of lllnkle 4
i Thlstlewood. CouiiiiIhsIoii Mercbnnls,
Cotton ntid Tobacco Factors "
S. D. AYEhts, or Ayers & Co., CotntnU
Ion .Merchants u t,
THOMAS LEWIS, Insuranco'siauau'er
and Attorney at Law
WM. STUA'rtON.of Htratton & llird',
WholesaUi Grocers it ,,
GEO. M. ALDKN, Commission Mer
chant, 7H Ohio Levee
JAS. S. REA11DF.N. Atfent Mississippi
Vullcv Transportation Comtiany....... u
HARRISON I101TT, Watchmaker and
Jeweler n u
C1IAS. It. STUART, Wholesale mid lto
tall Drv Goods and Notions
EDWARl) A. IIJ'DER, Maniifacturintf
Jeweler and Wholesale Dealer lu
Watchmakers' Tools and Material '
EDWIN It, KUNKW, Proprietor St!
Charles Hotel i. ti
11A.EN LEIU11TON, Commission Mer
chant ii ti
Dr. EDWARD It. KOK. V. 8. Marshai
Sontheru IHstrlct Illinois..,.. ....Sprlnpneld, 111.
Mrs. 8. A. A KS.......... Tlln ltlde,
Dr. It. . iUtlt.IlAM. 'hys clau..lndlannpolli, Ind
JAS. M. GELATT, Real Estntu
Aircttt : Keokuk, Iowa. .
Rev. DAVID C. WELLS, Methodlat .
Minister , Uraud Junction, Tenn.
J. It. ULLLEY Mcrchaut Merldau.Mlai.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY- MORNING, 3IAY 20, 1870.
ONE OF THE MOST I.MI'OltTANT UWCOV
EKIES of the nineteenth centnrv. and one that taken
equal rank with the Invention of tint telephone,
t iotduelrlc llijht and other Hcletitltlc inurvlca o(
the a'u, la that of
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVFV
This Comiioiind ponacna the nm.t remarkable
HeoUni' 'roiertles of any knowu a'eut employ
ed for the purpose of curliiK
SOKES, WUl'NUS, CUTS, IIIIUSES,
Influmcd und abradrtd surfaces, and for
ALL SKIN UISASES.
It clennnlliR propertlei remove all Impiirillen
that hinder the formation of a healthy ilenh, and
the work of cure coca on to completion with
mot WONDEKFl'L KAFIDITY. Lei no family
beuithotit a box of It In the hoiife. I'livcleliitm
extol (Ik virtue ; and the the thominiidn who
haveiiM-d It, unite In recommending It. lleware
Ask for Henry h Carbolic Salvo, and take
JOHN F. II EN II Y, CURRAN & CO.,
(.3) Solo Proprietor.
I1AKCLAY llltOS.. wholesale Asjeiits.
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Street,
F. MiOSS. President.
P. NEFF. Vice-President.
II. WELLS. Ca.hier.
T. J. KEKT1I, AiHiHta&t Ca-liler.
F. liro.. Cairo;
Peter Neff. Cairo;
', M . O.terloh.
E. Under. Cairo;
William K!nee. Cairo;
William Wolf, Cairo;
li. L HilMnley. St. Louie;
J. Y. Clciu.uL, Caledonia.
GENERAL BANKING P.fSINESS DONE. Ex
1 V chaujre old and bought. Interest paid ill the
Saving. Department. Collection made and all
bu.ine.f promptly attended to.
ENTERPRISE SAYINGS BANK,
Churtercd Harclt 81, 119.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BASK,
INTEREST paid on deposit. March 1st and Sep-tetn'-r
1st. Interest not withdrawn i added im-
uieuiaieiy to tne principal or the deposits, thereby
(jiving them compound interest.
8 Children and married won;n may deposit
nioncj' and no one else can draw it.
WALTER HYSLOP. Theater.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. r. HAI.LIDAY. President.
II. L. HAI.LIDAY. Vice-President.
WALTER HYSLOP, Cashier.
. sTAATS TAYLOIt, w. r. IIALt-tTIA V,
tlKNKV L. IIAI.UUW,. It. II. ITSSINOI1AM,
U. U. WILLIAMSON, STt;-USN UlUU,
11. II. CAXyEK.
Extliaiije, Coin and United States Bouds
DOL'GHT AND SOLD.
DopoMtft received aud a goneral bankiuc lms!no
NEW GUN SUOP.
I. E. INCE,
NEW, GUN SHOP,
CAIKO, : :
opposite Seventh t.
Guns, Pistols, SiifVs and Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE I10RINO ON BREACH LOADIN : (IL'NS
All work guaranteed satisfactory, at cheaper rate
hancau bo obtained at any other place In the city,
Wholesale aud Helull
Dry Goods and Clothiiis;,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
carpets and oil cloths
rommerelal Avenue, n,iJ,.A Til
Corner Elehth street I lall O. 111.
AM Inform,,. I il... nun ..m., ........ .
I ,t ANKVSt.of Cleveland, O. have
wie mi. inc.. nf Ni, i ,,,i ...i.ii..... i...i i.,' .i,
aemid b'.1 fll'l1,ll;tn'n" fur IVn.lotu must he ire.
THE VERY REST MEDICINE
Dyspepsia ami Indigestion.
MR. K. H. Sm r.s a?!'' X "-MwhiO. WT7.
kHVe C "1''1, U'""" Wl-n I IM-Kan to
It, mi fri ulT y,'1" ',"-'0 wl,h """ked ben
W,,T."' " ,n',,-;,!t 1 "tlmulant effect,
fri Thl,,L,-;U :"hu,t- l-'vlrtK mean bad aa m
Zimnu lu "5Vmt read the
be w ''! ,Wr0l,!"t tllm... ml.dit think
dn SI ' m "UC1, ,""ru lo MM thr' "1 tiajat
ai.,. i ' ,"'-1,n ,."t''k, Vecetlne almont two
?lm? S-hlrhV K"'"!1 "t--llly until the t.reeent
consider B v , "" '"to'""'' "r I'calth. and
St , '" ."ilf Veu-etlue. Two year
connimi to ii i i i r c"a e d live. I was
:"i ?. y.L.;:'l,...,I,,c,0M-w'no of the montakll -
dlwaaca nelnVir,U- 11"-'v "lU1 1 1,11,1 ""f"'
i vera o't K H "" r,on"''"Ptlon. heart dienne, am!
WMr il Other., eoilu V fatal. hiI m.t .11..
."UllU. ltlfV Fad I hill! m.v...,.l
. . .. - ."..pi piii
Veoetll.e i.i,. u,lu llHO'I Uie. mil
.ml tn ti ,. i .. " K"n"-brought me throuh
fnln or 1 ?w" my 1 ft'' l"c my health ben
h. e, n-, h"vc "mdt a 'tudy of disease, and find
nr lil i"l?i my "Wl""" '' 'v been Dyapep.la
'"-. """" "d I also find that live ca.ei of
iV-1"'fi ovt-ry ix, - etfecta of the same cainu.
i 1. 1 10,1 uot I'ruP'-rly dlitested lu thu stom
ach, it iiecomea a poisonous, putrid mas., which i
absorbed Into the blood, and by that i conveyed to
all part" of the ay. tern, aiiuslni; symptom, of disease
lu auyvf all of thitriru'anaof thu ImkIt; and if thla
caiiM! Is not removed, the.o avmptoma become In
t me organic disease.. 1 have "Iven Veetlne a
thoroUL'fi test In mvouncaau, and also In that of
manvof my acquaintance.), and And it to be tho
very best medicine extant for Dv.pep.la or Indk-e.-tton.
oneorthesjmptom.of which is usually thu
neller that yon have some organic disease. Iain
well known in the towns of Goffstown. Weare, uud
Newuiu. of this state N. II), andean furnish an
undeula ilecorrolKiration ol all these statements.
1 Will WlllllM' V unsw. r nnv lr.tt..ra ,.r I,.,, i ...
gard to my own ca.e.or tlie use of Vein-tine.
oum truly. A. J. lll ltliECK.
tr KRKtink i. taken reaularlv, according to di
rection., a certain and speedy cure of Dyspepsia
will follow Its use.
Dear Sir.-For the last fifteen vears, dnrln; the
mouths of May and June. I have been afflicted with
what the doctors called Asthma. It was very dis
tressing, rendering me miserable, go that 1 dreaded
It coming on. I was recommended to use Vce
Hue. I took two botlles before I expe'.ced the "ut
tack. and wu entirely relieved. I feel irrat.-ful to
lK'!t " JNO.T. RA1.1NGER.
,. . , lliw Greek st. Phila.
EorTiNF. has ret',red thousands to health who
had been, luu;' and p.iuful siiflerers.
Pimples ami Eruptions
of the Skin.
II. R. Stevens:
.in motnernas U'eUyntir valuable medicine "Vc
etlne. for Teller and Eruptions of the skin, and
has found L'fcat reliel In- the use of It. lean rcc-
vuiuieiiu ii lor ucu aimpiaints.
r, -e, , - ,K- A- DLACKWELL.
Dec. . , Is,,. Iniontown. L'uiou Co., Ky.
Humors on the Face.
In thlscondltion of t!ie skin, the Vehetink Is the
creat remedy, us It aet. directly iiou the blood.
It cleanses and purities the blood, thereby cati-lii"
hum.irs to disappear. .By internal treatment ail
inpulities are thrown out. Veiiktine uives nood
Lirc ia ,oi, ,onie niooil. rejlevin- the inflamed r
... ..-.v.-u,..,,.,. resiori!.' t.'u; Ilea tu, irjvlns a
.'ood, c.ear compiexmu. -.,
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, .MASS.
Vo-tino is Sold By all DrureNts,
FLOUR. GRAIN AXD KAY
Hii'liest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
ri r M
Jf EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" TIIK CITV
G0ODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth afreet nd l frt:,,A Til
UiutueMal Av., f tllll'O, HI.
C. O. I'ATIEli & CO.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
LIVEItl'OOL (iltAIN. '
Liverpool, May 29, 3:.')0 p. M.-Wicat
unchanged-Winter, 8s 0d9s 5,1; Spring,
7s Cil8s4d; Culii'orniii aA-rae, 8s 413
Os Id; Californiii club, 9s ldf)s 4d. Ctirn
new 4s Cd.
NEW YORK (UlAIX.
New York, May 29, 12:01 p.m.-Wlic.it
quiet firm No. 2 Chicago, $1 041 05;
No. 2 Milwaukee, fl 0401 00; Red Win
tor, $1 001 1G; No. 2 Red Winter, 1 10;
No. 2 Amber, 1 l;si 14. Corn-quiet
-Steamer, 43 No. 3, 43; No. 2. 44 J4'.
CHICACIO CHAIN AND PRODUCE.
Cuicaoo, May 23, 10 a. m. Pork -June,
19 S; July, ?9 73. Corn-June, 03;
July, 37. Wheat-June, ?1 02 July,
Chicago, May 29, 12:00 M.-Pork
June, $9 G7; July, p 75. Corn-June,
3G; July, 37f. Whcnt-Junc, 1 01;
Chicago, May 28, 2 :30 p. m. Wheat-
June, l Olfi; July, 99Jtt. Corn-June,
33?i; July, 30Jg. Pork-June, 9 C2JJ
9 G5; July, 9 75(2,9 77.
Special to the Republican
Washington, May 27. The president
said to-night that he did not intend to send
the veto message to congress to-morrow, aa
by so doing it might look as if he did so to
have an effect at the Cincinnati convention.
The joint caucus committee of Demo
crats held a session until after midnight to
night discussing the situation. Beyond the
discussion, nothing transpired at the meet
ing. Some of the house silver men thought
the silver bill ought to Lc passed byie
senate tit this session and some of the sena
tors were very emphatically opposed to
passing it at all. The Southern men said
they wanted the Northern men to lend
from this on. There were various views as
to the programme regarding the passage of
appropriation bills, but no conclusion was
reached, and another meeting was named for
The ways and mean committee to-day
adopted a resolution to be offered to the
house fixing the day for adjournment the
10th of June. Iu adopting it members of
the committee say they had no idea con
gress would adjourn that soon, but would
help to hurry tip the latter.
To-day two of I). T. Corbin's friends ap
peared before the senate judiciary com
mittee to vouch tor his character and urge
his confirmation as a United States judge.
lliese tnends were no less than ex-Gov.
Chamberlain and cx-Stato Treasurer Car-
loza, of fragrant memory.
CAPT. KADS MONEY.
At the cabinet meeting it was decided
that Capt. Eads, was entitled to the five
mndred thousand dollars payment for
the depth of twenty feet, over which pay
ment the authorities have been hesitating
six weeks. The cabinet has reached the
conclusion that under the law the dentil
and width are secured, the payment is to
be made, and that the only requirement
as to the maintainance of depth and width
is after thirty feet has been reached, for
which a million dollars is to be held as se-
curity for a term of years. Ry the delay
cap:, hails lias lost, counting at 10 percent
interest on his money, $140 each day.
THE FOUK TElt CENT. CERTIFICATES
The secretary of the treasury to-day
stopped the sale of ten-dollar certificates in
me large cities ot the East. Up to this
time thirty-six millions have been sold, and
two-thirds ot these east of tho Alleghanies
The secretary says he will try to get the re-
mailnng tour millions into the hands of
the people in the small Western towns un
til all are disposed of. Cinciiiiiflti, St.
Louis and Chicago are to havo but $40,000
worth a day. Up to this evening $29,000-
000 have been received by thu treasury
trom agencies for the sale of the certifi
cates. (I EN Ell At. LEGISLATION.
The house commerce committee decided
to-day to take up general legislation at this
session to the extent of considering the in
ter-state commerce bill and the bill chang
ing tho steamboat laws. .The latter has re-
tcntcdly passed tho houso in former con
gresses, but has been defeated each time by
Conk ling, when tho latter was chairman of
the senate commerce committee. If de
feated in this congress it will not bo by tho
same cau.se, as Senator Gordon, now chair
man of that committee, will glvo it a fair
A telegram was received hero to-day con
firming the statement that Judge Dillon Is
to resign Ids office, and that ho has accepted
tho professorship in tho Columbia Law col
lege. . ' ;
TUB PlfBLtO rniNTINO. -
Tho liowo committee oa printing to-day
NEW SEMES-NO. 290.
agreed to report the bill making tho office
of public printer one to be controlled en
tirely by the senate. This is tho way
that it used to bo until Clapp
became so notorious that tho He
publicans changed the law, making the po
sition one to be filled by the president, bo
that Grant might havo the main responsi
bility of keeping Clapp in office. Whea
Hayes came lie removed Clapp and appoint
ed Defrees, who years before had tho office.
Of lato Hutchins ot tho Post has been m
ing the bill to-day adopted by tfio commit
tee, and has been showing the very looso
practices of tho present management of tho
Complexional Indications. The com
plexion of persons whoso digestion is out
of onk-r, who arc bilious, or who lack
vigor or always exhibits an unhealthy tint.
It is by regulating the bodily organs and
by promoting digestion and assimilation,
that tho parchment Into indicative of ill
health, is banished from the cheeks. To
rectify the fault of a sallow com
plexion, use Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters, an invigorant ami alterative
which removes those obstacles to renewed
strength, physical comfort and personal at
tractiveness -an imperfect digestion and
secretion, and a disordered condition of the
Dowels. Persistence in the use of this in
estimable corrective and tonic will assuredly
result in renewed physical regularity and
vigor, will tend to increase bodily sub
stance nud cause tho glow and clear color
of health to return to the sallow, wasted
Facial expression in a photograpli is a
matter of great importance. Artists oltcn
times resort to queer stratagems in order to
induce their sitters to assume as pleasant
and reconciled a look as the circumstances
will permit. Onco in a while, however, the
poor photographer makes a mistake. Tho
other day a rather verdent looking youth,
entered a gallery to havo his picture taken.
He had a solemn visage, us though life had
not run quite smoothly with him. When
the fatal moment arrived to take
tho cover lrom the camera, tho
nrtist said, with cheerful voice,
"Now think of something pleasant;
think of the girl you are engaged to." This
was too much for the poor youth. He had
just time to say, "My girl indeed t She
went off with another fellow last evening,"
and the picture was taken. Though uot
an entire success as a likeness the photo
graph gave one the impression nf great
decision of character. There was a light
in the eyes aud a look of determination
about the mouth of which, if his rival
could catch a glimpse of it, would mako
him feel that he had tried a dangerous cx
experiment. He is a fool. Wo mean the man, who
lets his baby cry all night in tlie arms of its
mother, and does not sleep a wink, when
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup will quiet the baby
by relieving its pain; a bottk' costin-i onlv
25 cents. J
You Must Cure tuat Couch. -With
Shiloh's Consumption Curo you can core
yourself. It has established the lact that
consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Aithma. and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without nn equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is- pleasant to
take ami perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can efford to bo with
out it. You can uso two thirds of a little
and if what wo say is not true wo will ro
fund the price paid. Price 10 its. 50cLs.
ind $1,00 jut bottle. If your Lungs arc
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Nave you Dyspepsia, nrc you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fair to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. - It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and 73 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Pertumo ''Hackmctack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
No eloquent tongue or pen is needed to
commend Cuusseus' Lightning Liniment to
an appreciative public, as a cure for Rheu
matism, Lame Back, Neuralgia, Undue,
Sprains, Corn ami l)unfois. It s nUo un-
cqualcd as a remedy for tlio ills that com
monly afflict horses, such as Spavin, Ring
bone, Gall?, Scratches, etc. Warts ami
Knots, being easily removed by its use.
Try Coussens' Lightning Liniment, and you
wul want no other. Price 50 cents a bottle.
For sale by Barclay Bros.
Dear Bell Our commencement ex
ercises arc over. I havo received my di
ploma, and am now ready to enter with fest
into tho pleasures of gay society. Attired
becomingly in a pure whito robe, such as
angels might love to wear, I took a prom
inent part in tho musical exercises in tho
evening. Although I had contracted a
severe cold a few days beforo, I was en
abled by tho uso of Coussens' Honey of
Tar, tho best remedy in tho world for
coughs, colds, and all diseases of tho
throit and lungs, to sing so well that I
completely enraptured a large audience.
Tell undo John that tho uso of that valua
ble compound, Cotissin'a Honey of Tar,
will cure his cough. It is only SO cents a
bottle, and can bo bought at Barclay Bro's.
drug store. Yours la haste,