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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETD
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3k 1879.
NEW SERIES NO. 47.
V.the Icudlnj; business hoiioc, whose advertise-
''! rnnfti mn.v be found lu Tub Bi'u.etin .
CO. I'ntlert Co., Commercial avenue mid Nine
Cha. Jl. Stewart, Eighth street.
"tfnil Pclers & Ifro., Eighth street.
i)t llryant; olllcc, Eighth sired uud Washington
Dr. J II. Mari'uu; ollice. lj Commercial avenue.
I):. W C. .J.vclyn. Eighth mrtir Commercial
Dr. K W, Whltlock, Mi Commercial avenue
M. Smyth, No. ts) Ohio levee.
I Candec, Nu. TUOhlo levee dm ftairH).
Ec.'ii'able Lite, of N,:w York, corner Twelfth ond
Widowed Orphan Mutual Aid Society. Seventh
ad C'onini' rdal avcuue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
L!i.. 'ur JC Lausden. No. Uncommercial avenue.
Hal'iduv llrii , proprietor Egyptian Mill,
llii.klc. Tblsllcwood ic Moore, No. P-i' pud h'7
iilil UGISTS - WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
I'.ir. lay Ilnn., Olil levee and curlier Kl'bt !i and
( !ti National, Oliio levee.
A: viteler Countv. corner Kivhth and Commercial.
.1 Walter. Eltflitli !reet.
k'ji''ili:r iiru.. Corner Eighth and W.i-hiiidoii,
t, ampioti. Three St.it"!'.
J Ua Sproat, eorn.r Twelfth and Levi,
t (' Ford, Corner Nil.. h a:el Cumui' idal.
J. Ceo. Steinlionse. Kh.'li'h street.
Jl. si tiidi. It; Commcrcijl avcui'e
XI M K TAIiLE.
R. It. TIME CARD T CAIRO.
ILLINOIS'. KNTKAI. P. It.
E ; .- VM p. in.
I Express 5:ii p.m.
CAIRO,! VINCENNES R li
M .:! V)-M) p n
....I t." a.m.
cAiiio st. Lons n i:.
E ;p. r,:l'i p.m. I Expre s 1' a. m
Ai com daiimi 1U:11 p.m. ! Acconi'datior. l'.':'.Sp. m
(IllCAi .0. ST. Lulls AND NSW CHILEANS R.I!
Jiail 5:p.:ii. I Mai!.... ...VHii.ra.
C A. 4T. 1U1LR0AD
lYti oxpn . 2:lo a m. Texas cipref J:l'p m.
A'Coui::i.da:'ti s:3 a.m.
THE MAI IX "
KNERAI. DELIVERS open . ::y a m.; clo-e
J i::i p.m. : Sunday: S to :i a. a.
Mou-y Order Department open fit S. m.; clone
t !t p. to.
Thnm.'h Kipre" Mail via I'.'.inoii" Central and
Viftlffi C-ii.iii! HallMn'.i c!ie at U::i p. m.
Cairo uud Poplar 111 ml' Tliruu'ti and Way Mall
C'.n.e. ,t '.-. p. m.
Wav Muil via HUnoi" Central. Cairo and Vin
ci nn. and Mif.ippi Ccutral Iialiroade ciope at
MS p in.
Way Ui.i Lr Narrow Ciatii Iiai'road c'.oicf at 3
l aii')u:.il Evanvll Civur Route dufei at 6:'50
p ro Ti'iy incept Friday i.
Maynr-N H Thitlwood.
Treaurer - Edward 1K ulwi.
l.'lerlt -Di'lini". J. Kuler.
( ouuwdor Wm. h. (illliert.
Attoruey William llendric!".
HOAI'.I) or ALIlUOIK.
Firt Ward Wm. O Ca'Htian. M. J. Uowe.
so oui Ward-David T. Lluc(r, C. K. Wood
ward. Third W.ird-W. P. Wrl.'ht. Ejlx rt Smith.
Fourth Ward Charlec ). I'atier. JameK Kvnaaton
Fi.'tli Ward-T. W. Halllilay, Eruect li. Heltlt.
Circuit JuiIsp-O. A. Harker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Hewven.
Cuuntv Jiuliti' li- S. Yocum.
County Clerk S. J. Ilumm.
County Attunuy -W. C. Malki y.
Couniv Treanun-r A. J. Aldeu.
hhenif John llodfei'.
County Cominli"iotu-ri' T. W. Hulllday, 11. V
Brown, Samuel Hrlluy.
I ll I KCHKS.
AFK1CAN M. E. -Fourteenth Kreet. Iiituocti
Wuluut and Cedar Ktrei-ti; nervln-ii Sahlmth 11
m. atid 7::lo p. ui.; Suuday School It.mp.iii
CtlllilTlAN-Eihteelith i"treet: tnectiti!, Sah
J bath :'t p. m. ; pmidiiiii: occasionally.
CAlinil II OF THE HEDEEMEK-tEplncopfll)
; Ko'irteeiilli ctr.'et; .Mornlui: prayer (Snlihath)
;:a) a. m.; tveulng prayer. ":'M . iu.; Sabbuth
rchool H a. in.
ITMHST M1SSIONAHY RAI'TIST CnntCIL-
r l'n'achln,' tit tt::V u. m., A p. in., and 7 :) p. m
babhath nchool tit
::jO p. iu. llev. T. S. Shore,
IUTlII'ItVN-Thlrtcenlh jtreet; service Sab
A baili l:: u. m.; Suuday echool .' i'
Kn ippe. pator.
MKTIIODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut street;
I'rvarhitie Saiilmth a. in. and 7 p.m.;
j raver meetliiir, Wediieday 7;:nl p. in.; Sunday
Sc'u'u'il, '.i a. i9 Kev. Whlitiikor, piiKtor.
TillHSIiYTKHIAN Eiditli street; prcachlns on
I Sabbath at 11:lJ n. tn. mill T::i p. m.; prayer
meetlui.' W eiluesdav at 7;:'iiJ p. in.! Sunday school
lit i p. iu. Ilev. 11. V. Cieoie. pastor.
QECOND FI1EE WILL llAH'IST -Fifloorth
O street, bm ween Walnut anil Cedar streets; aer
vice Siibbatll ut 3 uud T ::Xt p. m.
CT. .lOSHl'll'S-dlomati Catholic) Corner Cro
kJ and Walnut streets; services Sn'itiatli luiiioa.
Pi.i Sunday School nt -J p, in.; Vespers 3 p. ni.; er
Vlcea every day ut S p. na .
QT. l'ATRICK'S-dloinnn CiitlioltcK'ornor Ninth
IO street mid WivshliiL'lotl avenue; .ervice Sab
bath 0 uinl 10 a.m.; Vesper H p. m. ! Pnnday School
S p. m. ; aervleei every day at s p. m. Rev. P. Znbel,
Obtained for new Itivenlloti. or for Iniprovcmenti
on old one; lor medical or oilier compouims, iruiic
I liiln.u c.iv.MitM. Axsli'iinu'iits, Inter
fenmce. Animal. Unit lor Iiilrlntiements, and
all case nrlslnil under tbn Patent Law, pronipt
ly nlleiided In.-'
it nvellllotl null uavu neeu
1 ho l'alcnt Olllco may siiii,
most case, bo tmtetiled by
11. He nif OMiosini uu li. . I'a mil lie anineiii,
mid enuaed In I'atcnt bnslties excluslvuly, we eau
miilin eloser senrrlies. nml seriini l'llteilts more
promptly, and with bromier diilms, tliuu those who
lire remoie limn " n'oiiillioil. . .,
I MViYYTiilN ,,,,lrt m t"11'1 nr ,k!',ch
li V lii J vJlO your ilevlres we malto ex
amination nml advli' l0 jm(,ntai,nity, free of
chartfii. All corruHpomlenro slrlctly roulldciitlal.
I'rice low, nml no diurce unless l'atout Is siciircd,
Wo refer In Washington, to Him l'ost master
Oi'tioral D, M. Key. Hi'v. K. D.l'ower. The Oernian
sl iiierlcan Nalloiml Hank, looiriebtlii In IhoU. .
rututit Olllco, and to Henutora and Representative
In C!oiiKi'ii"itidopedallylootif dleiil In every
Hl.au lu the union aud In Canada, Address
O. A. SNOW CO..
jjOppojlto runt OHlcc. Wmhtuuton 0. C.
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
ERIES of tlic nineteenth cunt urv. and one tliut lake
equal runk with the Invention of the telephone,
theelectric llbtaud other scleullllc uiurvlta ol
the ugu, U that of
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Tnls Ciiiuponiid possess the most remuikable
HealliiL' Tropiirllex of any know n ayeiit employ
ed fur tile purpose of curlny
BORES, WOCNDS. CL'TS. lilll'ISES,
Inllamctl am almuli'd surfaces, ami for
ALL SKIN DISASES.
Il deiinsliig iiropertica remove, nil Itnpurilles
thut hinder the lormatloti of a healthy tlesli, uud
the work ofcurepoes on to completion with
mot WoNDEKI-'ll. HAI'IDITY. Lei no family
bewlthout a box or It In the Iioum;. l'hysiiduna
extol its virtues; niul the the thousand who
have used it. unite lu reconimcndiii il liewuro
Ask fir Henry's Carbolic Salve, nml take
JOHN' F. HENRY, CTKRAX d: CO.,
(3) Sole l'roprktors,
UARCLAY DUOS . wholisale A'.'cut.
JLLIXOIS CENTRAL R. R.
" P TRAINS LEAVE AND
- i .AOOJMtiili ARRIVE D VILY.
ST- LOI'IS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINK.
without chai:i;iu!;i-sr. Tl.e direr! route In
And all EASTERN POINTS,
Vmi all NORTHERN POINTS.
Trains leave and arrive at C airo a folio-:
K:.'pn ji'y evc-pt Sunday i:oi p.m.
Evnri , dally
Ma-.;, daily except Sunday
(ieneral Sou Ar-t
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
It. W. SMITIlKItS, Keceiver.
SHORTEST ?HORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
TLroujh Exprf's leave Cairo S:4" a.m.
Through Express arrives at E. St Louis.. 5:iip.m.
Through r.xpivsf leaves t. St. luuis.... -.iaua.ui.
Throuu'h Express arrives at t airo r : 1 i p.m.
-Vt urpbvsOoro accommodation leaves i. a:rorj p.m.
Mu'ph'yboro Acc. arrives at Murphysboro ti:.' p.m.
Murphysboro Acc. leaves Mitrphysboro. .. 4:l.ia.m.
Murpbysboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 10 15 a.m.
The Cairo St. Loui Rail Road ! the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and !: Louis under one
management, therefore then- ur" no delay at
way station awaitlnz connections from other lines.
Close and sure connection at St. Louis with other
Hue for North, East and West.
J. A NAl'OLE, L. M. JOHNSON,
Aeut. Oeueral Manaijer.
CAIRO & VINCENNES U.K.
01 ATTT VH THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
01 illlLrjO Kvnnsvillc.
7 AfTT PC THE SHORTEST TO LOt'IS
i JllLfjO V1I.I.E. CINCINNATI, UAL-
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON .
'ii AUT T;C THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN-
)i JllLliO Al'OLlS.l'HILADELI'HIA.NEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train, of all other routes makir.i; the same
J.?T ra"eiiEc-r by other routes to make connec
iIhiis must ride all' ni'.'ht. waiting from one to six
hours at Mua'l country stations for trains of con
PTM VlTlil'M'THE FACTandtnkeonr4:45
IkiliL U Uli, .,. m, ,rutu, readi'.ii'- Evans-
ville, Iiidlanapolis. Cincinnati and Louisville same
duv. Traius leave aud urriw at Cairo as follow :
Miill leaves 4:4.,ia.m
Mall arrives ltiaNp.m
Through tict.'ts and checks to all Important
F. A. MILLER ROSWELL MILLER.
Cien'l I'hss. A'.-cnt. tienerul Suj)'
I.. 11. CIU'RCH. I'asscnser Airctit.
COM MISS ION' 31 E RC 1 1 A NTS.
Jkssk HInklk, N. 11. Tiiisti.kwooii, .1. H. Mooiit;
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No. U'5 and 1'27 Commercial Avenue,
iLibcral Advniicemetits made ou Con-iuti
nieiit of Tobacco, Flour, and (iralii.
t &Asim forOear, Scott & Co. threshlni' mn
pIiIiil's. oortable saw mill and threshniir eimlnes.
Agent lorciiuuipluu uurvosiitiK macuiucs. mowera
. ... . , . , , , - -
H RACKET STOKE.
E C. FORD,
Variety Bracket Store,
Cotnutcrclal Aventte Corner Ninth Street..
UAlltO, : : : ILLINOIS'
CARL PETERS it RRO.
Of all kind.
CAIRO POULTRY YARD,
Eighth aired, bet. Com. uud Wash. ave.
CAIRO, : : ILLINOIS
fjyOoixU delivered to all parti f IliO City fn!c
WHOLESALE WINKS AND LIQUORS
Wholrsalf and Retail Dealers In
Forciu'ii and Domestic Liquora
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. f.O OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH A CO. have constantly a lare
Mock of the best '.'nod in the market and five
"peciul uttoutiou to the wLolesule branch ol the
IDealcr in Fresh Meat.
Ilt'twocn "Wiishinctori tind Com-
inerciiil Av., adjoining Ilannys.
f'EEI'S for salc-the best Hi
f. Fork, Mutton, Veal.
Ac. aud Is tin-Dared to serve
families In an acceptable manner.
PROPRIETOR OF SI'ROAT'S PATENT
Dealer in lee.
ICE DYTIIE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Ijoads a Speeialtv
o P" I-' i c: i: :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Corner Washington Avenue uud El'ht Stre'.t.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS
A full and complete supply of the best of a!)
kinds meat always ou hand.
JfEW YORK STORl;
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK C'l'I'V
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and I
Commercial Ave., f
c. o. patieu & CO.
5 S c
1-1 A M
TT11 l lllii -ar-m
irl y Ijvm
Haya a Hoslon physician, "has no oipiiil a a blood
purifier. Hearliii! of its many wonderful cures af
ter all other remedies had failed, I visited the lull
ratory, and convinced myself of Its trcnuliio merit.
It i prepared imrks, root uud herbs, each or
which Ishlllhly effective, and theyure compounded
In Mich o wanner as to produce astonisblnx results.
Is the Kitut blood purifier.
Will cure the worst case of Scrofula.
Is recommended by phyalciuns uud apothecaries
Has effected some marvelous cures In case of
Cure the norst case of Canker.
v VEGETINE ,
Meets uil.h wonderful success in Mercurial disease
Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the sy-teui.
Remove! l'linples aud Humor from t In: f ice.
Cures Constipation and regulate the bowels.
ft- a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Restore the eiitir.' system to a healthy condition.
Removes the cauc of Dizziness.
I love Faintncss at the stomach.
Cures I'ains iu the Rack.
EITectually cures Kidney Complaint .
Is efleclive in its cure of Female Weaknesses.
Isthe-.-reat rcmctiy for General Debility.
I- THE UV.ST
II. II STEVENS, ROSTO: MASS.
Vt'ffctiiic is Sold By all Di'iiffffists,
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOrt LIFE INSUR
"WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Organized July Hth, 1"77, Under the Lnwsol
the Stnte ol' Illinois. Copyrighted .luly
9, 11177, itnili'f Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTUN, Piifsidkxt.
Mi:. P. A. TAYLOR, - Vii E-PltoiliKNT.
J. A. (iULDSTINE, - TiiEAsniKii.
I)n. J. J, CioRDUN, - Mkd. Anvisoii.
THOMAS LEWIS, Secuktaiiy.
HOARD ok managers:
I .I (iORl)HN'. Phvsiclaii Cairo, Ills.
Mr, f. A. TAYLOR. Superintendent of
Schools. Alexander County "
J. A. (iOLDSTIN E, ol' lioldsilne .t Ho-
Hemviiler. Whulesaleund Retail Dealers
In Staiile and Fancy Dry Cioods " "
N. H. TH1STLKOOD, of Hlnkle
Thlstluwood, commission Merchants.
Cotton unit Tobacco Factors " "
S. 1). A VKKs, of Ayers Ai Co., Commis
sion Merchants " "
THOMAS LKWIS, Insurance Mutineer
and Attorney nt Law " "
WM. STHA'I'l'ON, of Strutlou llli'd.
Wholesale Oroccm " "
GEO. M, Al.DEN, Commlssloii Mer-
cliaut.TH Ohio Leveu " "
J AS. S. REARDICN. Afvul Mississippi
Valley Transportation Company " "
C11AS. R. ST U ART, Wholesale anil He
tall Dry floods and Notion "
Kl)LHl A. lll'DKR, Maniifuctiirlim
,iJer and Wholsale dealer In
Wat liniukers' Tools and Material'.... " "
CHARLES LANCASTER, Lancaster A
lfice. Luinberileiilers "
C (). I'ATIER. C. O. Puller Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Merchant "
IIkv. II. Y. (lICORliE, Pastor Presbyte-
,) o. WHITE. Insurance Au'eut " "
t; V. McKEAKl, l'oslmaster "
S. P. WllF.liLEIl, Attorney and Coun
selor ut law " "
Mns I.Ol.'lSA 1TS11IIACK "
HSCAK HAYTIIOUN. Wholesale mid
Itcliiil Hoots, shoim and Drv Hoods.... " '
A..MURD. Merihunt and Steaiiiboat
Priiprlelor..,.. , " "
WILLIAM KL1 HE, (letieral Mercli'dlse "
p. li. SCHt'H, Wholesale nml lletnil
,I.T. RKNSIK. Foundry and Machinist. "
ALIIKRT LEWIS ' "
Mu. L. A. HOWARD, lloiirdtna House. "
W, V. PITCHER, Insiirsnco Ap'tit "
A. HALLE Y, Dealer In Stoves, Tlu ami
E, W GREEN. Cireeu, Wood k lleuiiutt "
' Millers " "
H. F'POTTEH, traitor and Piilillsher
Ariru Journal Mound City, 111,
Mr. S. A. AYKIIS Villa lUdue, "
i a. J. FRENCH, Farmer Wrd Polut, Mo.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAx-ll
Liverpool, August 19, 3 p. m. Wliuut
fitm Winter, OsfJs 2I; Spring,
7s 10d3s 10,1 ; California average
8s OdtiiO.s Gil: Culiforn a club. Os 5.
i5 10s. Com (.lull Ai 9 J.
NEW YORK CHAIN.
New York, August 19.12:04 4. m.
Wlieat quiet No, 2 Cliicttn, $T00;
No. 2, Milwaukee, $1 00; Red Winter,
fl 001 09; No. 2 Rel Winter,
1 0S?.; No. 2 Amber, $1 09f
Curn mtiet No. 2, 40
CHICQO OUAIS AND rilODCCE.
Ciiicacso, August 19, 11 ti. m. rrk
S.-ptemler, $3 47; October f3 53,
Wheat September, 8.; Octnber, S3. Corn
and Oats utp.cbangeil.
CiriCAfio, August 19, 12 m. Pork-
Septembcr, $S 40; October, $S 47.
Oats-September, 2a?.,'; Oetober, 24.
Wheat September. 85; October, 85 ?a'
S4J;i. Cora September, R4ijJ; October,
THIRTEEN NEW CASES AND SEVEN
DEATHS AT MEMPHIS.
THE ISOLATION SCHEME STILL DISCTSSED
BY THE ACTIIORITIES MORE FEVER
UltOVtillT TO ATLANTIC POUTS FROM THE
WEST INDIES, ETC.
Memphis, Tenn., Aug". 18. Thirteen
new cajes ami seven deaths from yellow
fever is all that thc'liealth oilicer ftirajs"-'
to-day, one ot the death's lifirs' lrom out"
side the city, and all white but one. Of
the new case seven are whites. Mrs. Van
Anderson and her twelve-year old daughter,
living four miles out ou the Poplar Street
turnpike, are also reported sick of the lever.
Mrs. Anderson is the widow of the Van
Anderson, formerly a prominent member
of the Memphis bar, and the daughter of
the late Gov. James C. Jones. A
Arc iu the hands of the doctors, the char
ncter of their attacks not yet being definite
ly known. Among these are Gen.
Skeulugton, lawer; John C. Hook, Appeal
compositor: Thomas Cocke, formcly a
prominent property-owner, and the eighteen-year-old
daughter of Mr. Schiiler, also an
Appeal compositor. The latter had a bad
cass of fever last year, and those who feel
safe under this character of fancied security
arc much interested in her case.
the isolation scheme
continues to be the theme of discussion in
official circles. At a meeting of the execu
tive committee of the satety committee to
day a proposition was made to hedge in the
infected district iu the southern part of the
city so as to allow no ingress and no egress
except to persons going beyond the city
limits to stay until the epidemic subsided.
The district thus proposed to be surrounded
is that part of the city bounded on the north
byDeale street, ou the south by Georgia,
on the west by St. Mar';- and on the east
by Wellington ; so your correspoinien. -ias
get up aud dust before this scheme is Je
cideirtipon. It will be determined to-morrow.
Major Guy is again reported under
going a favorable change.
DR. It. W. MITCHELL,
The Memphis representative of the national
board of health, returned from Washington
to-day, and has set about remodelling the
quarantine regulations, which under pres
ent administration make it next to im
possible for a person after complying lyith
all the stipulations of the national boaril to
get out ot the city, lie sajs the rules are
enforced under a mistaken idea entertained
by the Memphis and Louisville railway
Memphis, Aug. 18. The officials to
morrow will begin the isolation of dwel
lings where yellow fever exists. Ouaids
will bo placed to prohibit communication
with the inmates. Dr. Jerome Cochran left
at noon for Mobile.
Miss Rirdie doll' eldest dituuliter of A.
L. Golf, ticket agent at Whitehaven, Tenn.,
was attacked with fever at noon to-day.
Dr. R. W. Mitchell, who returned from
Rartlett to-night, reports a negro sick with
fever near that town. His infection can be
traced to this city.
ANOTHER STRICKEN SHIP,
Providence, R. L, August 18,-Thc
schooner Susan Stetson from Miragoane for
Providence lias arrived here. Sho lost the
captain's wife at Hayti . and two seamen on
tlio voyage from yellow fever.
Havana, Aug. 18. One hundred deaths
from yellow fever last week; increase of
seven over previous week. If drought con
tinues crops will bo seriously injured.
Every ono who haa used Ir- r)nounce8
Dr. Hull's Ruby Syrup the best remedy
known for the complaints of early child
hood. It coutaius uo opiates.
- '''; : "s" A''?-''-A ivv
OtR WASHINGTON LETTER. "
Washington, Augi.nth, 1879.
Kcgnlnr C'orrcpondc-tie of Hie Cairo Bulletin.
All the long list of attorney "suspended
foni practice" at the Interior Department
last March, have now been "restored."
They can go ou with what is now left of
their business that is, with what other at
torneys have not in the meantime tuken
possession of. I ask every reader s atten
tion to the fact that iu March last a dozen
attorneys of this city, without trial or in
vestigation, were summarily forbidden to
practice further before the Interior Depart
ment, and that in every case, upon investi
gation, they were found "not guilty" ot any
offense. The hardship lies in the fact that
such suspension, even for a short time, may
ruin a business which the lifetime of a man
has been spent in creating, or in which a
I fortune has been invested. No one man
certainly none who can make so strange a
use of power as was done in March last, as
above stated slioiild hare such arbitrary
authority. It would seem that congress, if
it would only look into the matter, would
put a check upon government officials in
The only question now about that ab
surd duel at Rladeusburg the other day is
whether both or only one of the children
engaged in it as principals knew that the
pistols were loaded only with powder. Tito
sport made of the atfair will go far to pre
vent the repetition of such affairs.
The government of the district of Co
lumbia, which has nothing Re
publican nbuot it, has been
set back by a decree , of the su
preme court of the district. Our oppressors
had doubled our water tax and were col
lecting it, yesterday, they were by the court
restrained from collecting it. Theywill
now have the trouble of paying back the
illegal excess already collected.
It is said that' O.cnend D. F. Dutler's
cruise on the banks of Newfoundland and
the coast of Labrador in his yacht America,
is not entirely for pleasure, but has some
thing to do with the llritish American
fisheries question. It is also said that he is
endeavoring to aid his ambition to be gov
ernor of Massachusetts by rendering some
aid to Cape Cod fisheries.
The president has accepted invitations to
attend agricultural fairs in Indiana and
Kansas, and other invitations are under
The Tantic is undergoing repairs at the
Washington navy yard, and nearly com
pleted. This is another iustance of build
ing a new ship tinder the pretext of repair
ing an old one; almost nothing of the old
ship rcmalng; the building of new ships
being prohibited by law, without special
act of congress for that purpose.
Look before you leap in business, and
think before you swallow in medicine;
but know once for all that Dr. Bull's Balti
more Pills are pre-eminently the Liver-regulator
and Blood-purifier of the day.
A Search Warrant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers iu
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
&c, we .warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. See that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper.
R. E. Sellers & Co., Prop'is, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Pro's Agents.
Save your children. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Hradbery's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine, Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Win.
Surver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggist-.
Price 25 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The truth is -mighty and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
arc living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will euro
the worst cases of liver complaint, billious
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 25 cents. It.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
ra. Barclay Bros., agents.
Butter iu July and August is always
much lighier in color than In June, but Urn
best dairymen, everywhere keep tho even
standard' of color throughout tho year by
using Wells, Itichardson & Go's Perfect
Butter Color. It is pure and harmless as
slt and gives the rich golden color of .tho
fiaudclion blossom. Druggists sell it.
Ir you want to be well iu spite of your
self use Kidney-Wort. Cures Kiducy dis
eases like (vcharui.
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