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THE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 28, 1879.
NEW SERIES NO. 55.
l.o leading IiuhIucs houn.'n whoo advertise-
nt inn y be round In The Dullktin .
' Patie.r & Co., Commercial avenue anil Nluo
-, It. Stewart, Eighth street.
Peters Urn.. Eighth :ruct.
: 4 lllrd, Washington avenue und Eighth
Bryant ; otHcc, Eighth fircut uml Wa hingtou
1. II Mdrean; iflle, I to commercial avenue.
('. Jsw-lyn, Eighth m ar Commercial
li W Whitloek, l:i Commercial avuuue
. S.'uyth No. M Ohio levee.
C.md"i Nn. T.lOhlo leveeiitp t f t i r - .
.itublc I. of New YorJc, corner Twelfth uml
t,vyl Orphan Mutual Aiil Sot K-ty. ScvvMb
'. CoMiiu.r:iul avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
: tr .V Laiiiib n. No. 1U Commercial avenne.
.Iiiiiv Pro., proprietor Egvpthn Mill
f... : .. . I .. , ' v.. i--. .....I l.r-
l uli". 1 li 1st :ewouu ti ..joure, i nui i..
lilit l.tilSTS -W IMI.ESAI.K AN!) RETAIL.
tj Pro , Ohio li ivc and corner Eighth and
National. Ohio levee . ,
i lain! :r I'miiiH-. ci'tw-t KI.'Mh ntiil Com!'-r ial .
.Valt-r. Ei-.'hth ;r-t.
er Ilro.. Corner E.gl.thand VI a!iir.t-m.
in; in:i Threi. st-il'-s.
f-;ir. it . crtier Twelfth avl I.'
i Ki't'l, 1 'nriiiT Nil.'!, nr.'l ( 'ntntin n 1 1!
i (i St-Mi. iicdino. I! ' .'':t!i H'r' i't
1 ! ' 'otnraeri ..A n -m: -
R. li. TIME CARD VT CAIKO.
ILLINOIS' ENTP.AL I!. I!
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CAIRO A VINCENNESR I!
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sr Lolls It I:.
, .,.4 l:to p.m. Expr . . M a. m
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!l!i 'A'.u. sr. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS It. 11
ai. ' Mail.... .Vuua.M.
C A. AT. RAILROAD-
xs i x
4 1" a m. T-x.-i cipros. i l' m.
i..i-it'ti a.m. i
' KN'EilAL DELIVERS ciien . : iu a n.; clotvt
J ,: j m ; ui.ilui : a. m
Mi.uv Ufik-r D .. partnu-nt ojen a! a. m ; clc
Turn'iKh Expri1"" Mai! via I'lttiox l-niMl and
'ii-i-i:pl': '. -i.'.rAi lOi'.irn l' ( lun' at lJ: p. m.
l':r.. ud IJo,i;r ti'.-iS TUrout'h au4 Way Mali
i i- i t j- ii. ni.
Wm M ii: vii llliiini' C.'titra!. C'sirn arid Vln-
r.i.i aii l .Mij":i '. ( TUtral Itai.ruadt c.ii" at
Wy fjt Narro (iauc- Kiiiroa l iloi- at S
t rifj-.i! Kvjr.v!i: Ili.iT foiiltf c!i' at b.ln
. n ; i' 4-n.4'it rrldavi.
Myi.r-N. D ThiftVvsfKid.
TrrnnupT Edwanl D "mi.
:.th iinti'.. J. Koi
Win. It OIllnTt.
Msruhal I l' Lalliif.
Al'orui'y WiEiim lli adrii:-
nnAuti r Ai.iiaiiaf
Kir't War 1-Wm O'Cai'.ahan. M J. llowl' V
S.''.oud Ward-David T. Liu- L-ar. C. H. od
T'.inl Ward-W. P. WrlitUt. KctM'rt Snith.
Ko'irtn W.ird-niarlon l. I'atirr, Jami- Kytiafton
E l'!. Ward -T. W. Ilalilday, brmt li t'lttn.
CiMt!t .1 uiIl'' 0 A Harlior.
O.ri' ;ii ( l.-rk-J. A. evi!.
l'i'i:utv Judiie K. Yocuni.
Cuuut'v t'U-rk . i. Htinim
lountv Mt(rny-V. C. Mnlkcy
Cn:ititv Trvai-iipT A. ! Aldi'U
Sh 'r:i -John llorti'ts
l ' I Vl I r,..M .,
r.iutitv Ciimmli-AoniTi--T. W. Hallldiiy, M. V
Brou. samiul HriU-y.
VFKU'VN M. E.-Kourtoeiitli Mre.t. lutHe.n
Wiiiiint and Cedar ctrec;.; nTuee. Satiliath It
a. in. and T: K p. m.; Sunday School !:; p. M-
CIIKISTIAN -Eighteenth Htreet; mwtitij! Sab
J batli Id;:ip. nt.; preatlilui.' "ccafiuiMiiy.
IHfHCH OK THE KEDEEMElt-iEpl'iopnl)
j Kouiteetlth etn-et: Mornlni: prayi r (.abbatti)
ln::it h. m.; eveiiiui; prayers, T:W p tu I Sabbath
school '.' a. m.
tlMHST M1SSIONAIIY DAITIST CliniCH.-
r Pn-at hiii' at M: m a. in., :i p. m .. aim i y- "
Sabbath ecbool at ":li p. ni.
Itev. T. J. Shuni',
T L'TIIEKAN-Thlrleetith at rod; acrvlcen Sal)-
j j iiaili i : io a in ; miuuny pi iiuui . p
METIItDIST-'or. K.l'.'hth and Walnut tn't't:
1'renihini; Sabliath M:i) a. tu. and T p.m.;
pnver meellii,', WiMlm-i-daf 7:t p. tu.; hundiiy
Seh'ool. It a. in. Dev. Whittakcr, pactor.
1 U1C S H YT K I ! I A N - K I L'li t !i Ktreet: preachlnc on
S.iblmth at Haunt, m. and 7 : p. ni. ; prnyr
ineetitii! W'eilneHibiv at 7::Up. in.; Stiudiiy School
at J p. m. Dev. II. V. vicorijc, pulor.
OECONI) IT1EK WILL ItM'TIST - I'lftcct lb
O atreet, between Walnut ntiil Cedar flreeti", ci'l
vice Sabbath at :1 and f :Wp, in.
ST. J()SEPirs-Homnn Cathollcl Corner Crona
and Walnut utreeti,; frnlccw Sabbnlli il::ltia.
in.; Sunday School at 8 p. ni.; Ve.'pi'iH J p. tn -, MT
vIcck everyday at 8 p. in.
ST. PATIMCK'S-Mionmn Catholic) Comer Ninth
Ktruut utid S'HHhlut:iti avenue; aervlcea Sab
u ,,,i,l in n ni 'ener :t 11. tu. i PfltlllllV School
t! p. in. ; i:rvlutia every day at S p. in. Hcv. f'. Kabul,
Obtaiaod Tor new InveiillotiK, or for Improvumcnt
tm old oitea; for mudical or oilier rompoundf, triuk
marka and IiiIicIh. Caveuta, AaalLHini'iilK, Inter
ferem.ta, Appeal, Hull for Inlrlimcmciitii, mid
ullcauirl"iim under tb PnH'iit l;'iw"l I""lt
V Bttetideil lo. lnvetttlotl that have b,;en
uv i lfnTWn ' tho i'tmi wiici! my "ti i,
KrjflilivIIilli,, immtcai'i'. betiateiited by
tm Helim oppoKltn the V. H, Palctit Deimrlmeiit,
and cuaailed in Patent bnMnen I'xcluidvely, we can
muko c.loaer aoarche. and ruro Fntrntw uioro
promptlv. and with broader claim, than thnfu who
are remcito ! Waihlntiin. , . .
1 T' V VrhliVi f'"d it a model or okctcb of
li JTill 1 vJVOyUr rievlcu; wi' maku ox
umlliatloli and iidvlc a to pati'lilabllll.v, tree or
charL'c. All corriiKpondenco atrlctly cmifldentlal ,
Prtcea low, and no chaw iiiiIch Patont l ecitrod.
Wu refer In WaahliiBlon, to Hon PuKtmai-ter
n.....i n M. Kev. Itev. V. 1) t'mii.r The (tertllim
y American National Dank, to odd Ial In Iho V. ti.
Patent Ullico, iiuu io nenuior ami nepreeuiiiine.
in Couuro; andBppeolullyloonr clleniK In every
Htuto lu tli.-Uuli.ti inidin Ciuiada. .Addn
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
oppojitc I'ttUUt UUlvtf, WttsWatluu V. Q.
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
02 Lake St.. U3 Seneca St.,
IN POINT OF
Economy in Fuel, Dura
bility, anil Convenience.
Completeness of (lesiirn, anil
I'ei'fectiiess of Construction.
Simplicity of Management, and
General Workin? (Qualities.
THE ISEST AND MOST RELIABLE
STOVES AN n
u JIANG EO
IN THE MAKKKT.
Time Tried ami Fire Tested!
EVEllY STOVE HEI.IADI.E,
AND im:ove A srcrEss.
ALL GOODS FILLY WARRANTED.
F.rs:i!e by C. W. HENDERSON. Cairo.
Ai d by F;rU'!a" Dialew EviTjwfcw.
Liver k Stomach Pails,
JHEOEEAT SPEC IFIC!
THE IJEST EE.MEDY
IN THE WOULD'
H i pruied It-elf by a Tl.r.e Yei.p- Cauipaua of
VICTORIOUS Till I'M HIS
Liver, Stomaidi and Rowels,
Prnducinu a lari r portion ol wotiiieriui aim
C UK US
Tlinn any other E'eatedy before the public.
A PREVENTATIVE Ol' ALL EPIDEMICS
Yellow IVver. Ullliou and Typhoid Eevef.
ALL MALAU1AL AND MIASMATIC POISONS
Neutnill.ed. Elitninated mid expelled (urolith
tile uaiural excretion by
Health Restoring Liver i Stomach Tails
An antidote that lui proven it repellart force
to eNi'el Atnio-pheric tirrtn id Dieat'
that lulei-t the air.
An Antidote and preventative and cure for Chil
dren. Summer Complaint. Cholera Infantum, Scar
let Fever. Meale. WlioopltiL' CollL'h. etc.
A preventative that I highly appreelilted by iiulte
a nuiuber of mot her who have tried them.
;T"Foibe" l'ail are made Iron) oENriNE MED
ICAL EXTIIAt 'IS. po-eina tbebet nb"orbent
propertie known to clcncc. havinu a direct appli
cation to the removal ol Morbid tiru'anlc condition
and iv.iloniii: to health, natural eneru'v and normal
activity the vital function which are we ikeneil and
debilitated bv dieai', thu provlt!'.' thelnelve to
po.ea PoWEKFl'L liKM EDY for all dl.eile
of thu Liver. Stomach nud Dowel, a thouaiid
can ti'tifv from practical experience. ,
V H Dm nrle,, ol Hie Pad hn been redliceil.
it 'make It the cbeaiieat and limt eoiivetilent tnldi-
cation you cun n.e fur uiiy ol tno nnove uieae.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
ONLV ONE DOLLAR!
If nfler a fair trial you urn ill"iitiftVd, end buck
your Pad tu the proprietor, and I lie
MONEY WILL RE REFUNDED.
frpor all advice (Km k.) aetid yuiptomH and en
iiuirlc. in If u lor alnuK) Pud) to
1 iu. (i. w Kouni'.s.
171 W. lth St,. Clnclntiiitl.
Will be nold bj all dttn;i!lt.
jiAiiT hick cox.
WW. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI.
'fTSco CL'rtlllcale In lut'uv clrcti lnint tlilor
TO $110" A YEA II, or Id
'."i a day lu vour own locality
No risk Women do a well
a men. Many make, more
than the amount stated
above. No omi ran full to
make money fal. Anv one ran do the work, You
can miiku from lV lo ti an hour by devollnn your
evetilim iiuiUpiiru time to the bttlHe. It cot
nollilni! to try the business. Nolhluir like It for
nitiuey maklnij evorntlered before. HuluoM pleas
ail and strictly honorable, llender. If you want to
ktiow all about tho hel pnyltiu huUie before thu
nubile, send 11 vouraddroM and we will send you
full particular' nn private term free; sample
unrtli!i ai" five; you can then intiUe up your
mind irvo-irelf. Addrcs UE01WE KTINSy.N
OiVa, PoiUuud, -Juiiuv.
THE WOUKINt.MAN S E1MEND.
In the;dava of political trio.ktry. a true fri-nil
In thi.-tlmc (,f m:id, to a friend Indeed; and nich
a IWniid U
Dr. WM. HALL'S
I5ALSAM for the LUNGS
It in o sure cure lor
I'ONSlMITION. COl'OHS, COLDS. ASTHMA
and all dinftu-eii of the Lun, Chest and Throat
ThU well-known remedy ha been Ufi d fur
thirty yearc und ban cured thousands of caec,
man)' of whii ti were (riven up mm hoplu.
No cai'. however obstinate, ran r:t the
henlinc proptrtlenof Or. Win. llall'o Ilalrum for
the Lutrs. Trial bottlen w ill l.u furiilfhed Krut
tiiitotiidy to ull who Hre iilllrted with Luns and
I(eiiii'ni!er that it Uthe porvlf tout use of
the Jiiilt-uin that cured thewori-t i aie.
JOHN 1 HENRY, C'L'RRAN & CO.,
S COLLEtiE PLACE, NEW YOKE,
ll) ItAiit.LAY DUOS Wbufuitale Aj,'fiit.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. 11.
I'lWVWHT Tit A IN LEAVE AND
1 I AOri.ULll AI'.UIVE DAILY.
ST. LOFIS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE.
wlrho :t -bat.s!tir.r. The direct route to
And all EASTERN POINTS,
And all NORTHERN POINTS.
; at.d arrive at Caira ax fKoiVi :
F.Tpn i... ('...i'.v o-cept Sutiday
.M ill, daily.
Exprei-. diilv ..
Mali, daily cUTpt Minday
Oeijerai S..U Ait
JulIN II. JONES.
Paeiii r Art.
(JAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. SMITIIKIlS?, Koeiver.
SHORTEST. SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
ThroiiL'h Eipre leave Cairo 8:1") a m.
Throiicii Ertin arrive at E. St. Louis.. rciWp.m.
ThroiiL'h Expp leave E. St Lou..... !:oo.m.
Through Eiprc arrive at Cairo r:10p.tn.
Murphys'ioioacconimodation leaveCairoti JSp.m.
Mti'phy.boro Acr. arrive at Mur.byboro ti: IS p.m.
Murphvboro Acc. leave Murphburo. . . 4:llia.m.
Marphyhoro Acc arrive at Cain lu 43 a.m.
The Cairo & St Loui P.ail Load t the only all
Pall Koute between ( airo and St. Loui under one
mauasement. therefore there are no, delay at
wav iitation awaitluz connections from other lit.e.
(",oe and an re connection at St. Loui with other
Hue fur North. East and Weft.
J. A. NAl'OLE. L. M. JOHNSON,
Aijent. General .Mauacer.
CAIRO k VINCENNES 11. R.
f'1 ArTTrTHE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
01 JilLiCO Kvunsvillp.
17 iJIT TTli THE SHORTEST TO LOUIS
hi MILCjO VII.I.E. CINCINNATI. BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
'H AITT THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
It Jl.lL.r.iO APOLIS.PIIILADELPIUA.NEW
YOUK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train of all other route making the ame
f" Passenger bv other route to make connec-
tlmi must rbie all niirht. vvultim: from one to sis
hour at mall country atatlou lor train of cou
V VW l4,TT-UiTT11E FACT and take our 4:45
itli4.Ul.jAtlliilk j, ,n ruini reach'.ni! Evnn
!lle, Indlanapoli. Cincinnati ami Louisville ame
riav. Trains leave and arrive at Cairo as follow:
Mall leave 4:tra.m.
Mall arrive 10amp.ni.
Through tick -.da and chec k to all important
F. A. MILLER HUSWK1.1. AIU.I,r.lt.
Oeu'l I'll". A sent. General Sup'
L. 11. CHURCH. Pasaenuer Agent.
r f A MONTH guaranteed fl'i a
"I 11 Idnvat home made by tbe liidu
II Lrlou. Capital not required;
P 1 we will start you. Men. women.
v bov and girl make money fas
ter at work for u than at any
thing else. Tho work U light and pleasant, and
"iich a any one can go rlcjit at. Tlioi who are
wise w ho ee notice w ill end u their uddrees at
once nnd see for thcmsclvc Co'.ly Outtll and
term free, Now I the lime. Those already at
work are lavingup large sum of money. Addre
TRI E A: CO.. Augusta, Malue.
U EW YORK STORE,
.WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK C1TV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth treet and I
Commercial Ave,, f
O. O. PATLGH & CO.
W Al i- -
Sav aDo'ton phy!clan, "ha noc'nual a & blood
purifier. HeariDi; of it many wonderful cure af
ter all other remedies had fulled. I visited tho lab
ratory'i i'"1 eonrinted uiyelf of Its j;enuin mtrlt.
It i prepared from birks, roots and herbs, each of
which I hlwhly elective, and they are compounded
In mch a mauuer as to produce astonishing ivaultii.
Ih the (trtat blood purltlcr.
Will euro the v.wt cjc of Scrofulu.
Is recomniundi'd by physiciun. ai:d npotberariea.
Ha effected cornc murvulov. cure in case of
Cure the Tr."t c.e of C'auker.
Meets with wonderful ucce. in Mercurial diseases
WMI eradicate Salt Klit-um from the system.
Removes Pimples acd Humors from the lace.
Cure Constipation and reflate the bowel.
I a valuable remedy for Heaiaclit.
Will cure Dvspepsiu.
l;e:ori- the entir: ;stem to a healthy condition.
lie move the cause of Dizzim-.
Peiieve Faiutue at the ftonih.
Cure Pain iu the Back.
EtTectualiy cures Kidney Coni(laint.
Is effective in its cure of Female Weaknesses.
I the frcat reraetiy for Oiccnl Debility.
IS TUE l!ST
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON JIASS.
Veffetiiie is Sold By all P1'U?g'ists,
WIIOLI-'JsAI.F. WIXFi AND LIQUORS
pv SMYTH it CO.,
Wholesale and Ret.il Dealers iu
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO. have constantly a large
tock of the bet good in the market iitid glvu
uf pedal attention to (he vvboleaalu branch nf the
IDealcM in lrcsh tcat.
IU'tvt'n Wtishiiiptoii itiul Com
merelul Av iulioiniuK Iltinny.
KEEPS for suit' thu best Deer. Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, Sausage, Jec, anil I prepared toervi
famllle in an acceptable manner.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
VVholesalo Dcrilcr in Ico.
ICE CY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
C) 1' k i c K l
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
-wTTI ri rn t ti
i i 1 1 i i ii
MARKETS BY TELEGUAPH
LrvEitPOOL, August 27, 2 v. m. Wheat
uticltungcd Winter, 0 0 Os 2d; Spring,
8s9i tbl ; California average, 8s CJ9s C J ;
California club, Os 5:1010. Corn
4s 8.14a 9.1.
NEW YOUK OIIAIN.
New Youk, August 37, 12:0IJ p. m.-Wlti-at
quiet No. 2 Chicago, fl 01
1 02; No. 2, Milwaukee,?! 020103;
Rexl Winter, $10001 11; No. 2 Red
Winter, $t 1001 tOjJ; No. 2 Amhur,
$1 1 Wt- ttn-n-quiet-No. 2, 45'l0.
CHICWIO OUMK A'.0 I'ltODVCE.
Ciiicaoo, August 27, 10 a. K. Cbrn
September, 32 ; October, oo
34. Pork September. ?8 07 .; Octoijer,
i?9 12. Oats-September, 22 ; October,
218 0 Wheat September,
CnifAoo, August 27, 11 a. in.
Wlieat Sejvteuiber, SG?.f ; October, 87..
Pork September. 8 20; October, $8 250
4 . Oats September, 22; October, 22.
Corn September, 02)4 :T)ctolier, :i2Ja.
Chicago, August 27, 12 m. Pork
September, 8 02 ; October, 18 10. Oats
September, 21; October, 22.
Wheat September, t?C ; Octohtr, 80.
Corn September, :i2'8; October, 32?0.
THE EPIDEMIC APPARENTLY GAIN
ING GROUND AT MEMPHIS.
KOKTY-KIVE NEW CASKS AND SEVEN DEATHS
YESTERDAY THE WHITES AGAIN MOVING
TOWARD THE CAMPS.
Memphis, Tenn., Aug. 211. The disease
continues to find enough victims in the new
localities to swell the daily list of new
cases up into twenties. To-day's office re
ports, though not so numerous as yesterday's
are great enough to cause the abandonment
of all hope of an early abatement of the
disea?e. The weather though bright and
pleasant to the hale and hearty of the fever
proof class during the day is chilly and
foggy at night just that condition that
brings on premonitory symptoms of ague.
This is unfavorable and is supposed to have
added greatly to the recent increase in the
ravages of the plague. The health office
reports twenty -eight new cases to-day, of
which fifteen are whites.
Prominent people are among the dead of
to-day. Prof. J. D. Stewart expired at an
early hour this morning. He had the re
putation of being one of the most thorough
nud experienced educators in the South,
nnd no man in his walk of life was moic
universally respected. He leaves a young
widow having been married only about two
months. Alex Boyd, also among to-day's
dead, was a young man of promise and had
the entire confidence of his employers, Mes
srs. Lowetistiin & Bros,, nnd of his associ
ates. He was one of the first to sign his
name to the matter roll of the Memphis
Reserve military organization last Saturday,
when he was in good health. Gen. Skif
fington, who it was thought would be dead
this morning, has experienced a favorable
change, and his friends now hope (or his
recovery. Mrs. Dr. S. H. Collins is still
very low, having had third spell of black
vomit to-day. Her only hopeful symptom
is that these attacks are easily checked.
Thomas II. Cocke is how numbered among
Another attempt at arson was frustrated
to-day. Dr. Saunders, one of the Howard
physicians, in passing the residence of Mr,
Wiggin, on Monioe street, discovered the
rear part of the house on lire. He secured
n bucket of wator nnd extinguished the
flames before the alarm was given. A negro
woman ran to his assistance, and said that
the lire was set by a couple of nc;ro boys
who ran away fearing arrest. She gave thu
name of the negroes and they will soon lie
Dr. G. Bradford, inspecting officer of the
state board of health, who was sent to
White's Station, Tenn., returned to-day,
and reports having isolatail the case of fever
found there, which was traced to infeciton
from this city.
At a conference to-day between lion.
John Johnson, superintendent of quaran
tine, and representatives of colored churches
it was agreed that henceforth all places of
worship would,be kept closed.
Dr. .1. W. Ross, past assistant surgeon U.
S. navy, who volunteered for service in the
yellow fever district, was ordered by the
secretary of tho navy to report to the na
tional hoard of health nnd is by them ns
Bigned to duty in Mempis as nid to Dr. R.
W. Miehcll. Hu arrived to-night.
Galveston, Aug. 20. Tho governor, this
evening, telegraphed the Galveston board
of health to allow the steamship Colorado
to euler port aud discharge her Cnro. Tho
vessel has been outside eight days awaiting
the governor's decision. Slto has on lmnl
Madiiid, Aug. 20. The government an
nounces that all vessels arriving at Spanish
ports after the 2:M of August from South
ern States, must undergo quarantine.
KF.LtEK KUOM WASHINGTON.
Wasiunoton, Aug. 20. The national
lodge Knights of Honor of this city haa
forwarded $30 to their brethren in Mem
phis. A quiet and pleasant home is insured to
all mothers that use Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup
tor tlictr little ones. It contains nothing
THE WOMEN FOLKS.
Joe Jefferson thinks that Mary Ander
son's success came too soon.
West Point haa a flirtation walk, where
the cadets learn tho tactics used m en
gagements. Mrs. Sprague's country place, two miles
north of Washington, is advertised for rent
at 200 per month.
Sarali Bernhardt has decreed that the ti
ny bouquet de corsage must be worn on tho
left side of the neck of the dress.
Mrs. Williams, wife of President Grant's
attorney -general, is back in Washington,
after a long time iu Europe.
A Boston wife softly attached a pedo
meter to her hustyind when, after supper,
ue started to go down to the omce to
balance the books. On his return litteen
miles of walking were recorded. He had
been stepping around a billiard table all
Martha Rogers, who died a few days ago
at Middletown, Conn., for fifty years pos
sessed a lortune; but she was constantly
dreading poverty, and regularly spout a
part of her time gathering rags and other
discarded things in the streets. A room
in her hous j was filled with such rubbish.
Yet she gave money liberally for charitable
and religious purposes while she lived, and
by her will left $23,000 to various institu
tions. Mrs. A. Watkins, of New York, is one ot
the best lady swimmers who frequent Man
hattan Beach. She swims out to the life
raft which id kept in front of the bathing
ground without apparent effort.
Some ot tho prettiest of the "Carmen"
bonnets are of Tuscan braid, trimmed with
a self-colored ostrich feather, held in place
by a bow of self-colored ribbon. The lining
is of shirred tinted satin.
Elegant fans arc of the feathers ot par
rots, radiating from a common center un
der a tuft of swan's down, set with a cluster
ot South American blossoms made of the
breast feathers of the humming-bird.
Fanny Davenport has purchased for $13,
000 a piece of property at Canton, Pa.,
which will liercafter oc her summer home.
Grace Greenwood lias a great dislike for
Henry Ward Beccher because ho will not
answer letters calling for autographs and
retains the stamp enclosed by the writers.
Mrs. Hayes does not like to have the
president take out the carriage on Sunday,
and he frequently rides with Secretary
Sherman on that day.
Horace Greeley might have been a threat
man, but two orphan girls have made more
money out of his bad debts than he ever
made from his most fortunate gaina.
Detroit Free Press.
Dagmar Czarcvna, of Russia, is deeply re
spected aud esteemed for her fine qualities,
and the quiet power for good which she ex
ercises ns widely as does her kind aud wise
sister, the princess of Wales. She is the
center and mainspring of a remarkably
happy family life.
Tho women are getting the upper hand
in Pittsburg. The Telegraph of that city
says that two men there are ready to sue for
separation from their wives on tho ground
of cruelty, and a third unhappy man has
appealed to a magistrate for protection
against a woman who threatens him bodily
The late Mrs. Adelaide Kemble Sartoris,
wheu she was a young lady, once sang at a
private entertainment in Paris, where
among her audience was Charles Sumner.
He afterwards wrote to Mr. G. S. llilliard of
Miss Kemble's ainging on this oecasiou:
"You know I am uo judge of music, but
still 1 have a heart and pulses which throb
under manilestationsot human feeling. Her
music all'ectcd mo deeply, and I cannot
describe to you how much impressed was
the beautiful and crowded circle by which
she was surrounded, who interrupted her at
every pause by a gush of 'bravns.' She was
a singing Fanny ICemble."
Marie Christine, archduchess of Austria
and future queen of Spain, is not handsome,
but she has a vivacious disposition, brilli
ant eyes and a most captivating gift of con
versation. She is extremely fond of dune
lug, in spite of her position as the croziered
ami mitred abbess ot the noble chapter of
Prague. She has twelve canonesset' under
her jurisdiction, and at great ceremonials
may bo seen bearing the insigna of her
high office and wearing a tall head dress
which reminds one of the episcopal mitre.
Her situation under the statutes (flxl by
Marie Thercsc brings her 20,000 florins a
year. The canonesscs have a prebend of
1,200 florins, und special degrees of nobili
ty are icqttired for the attainment of posi
tion, Just as the title of archduchess is nec
essary lor the dignity of im abbess In tlio
chapter of Prague.
To think clearly and act quickly ono
must have good health, lndigestou iu the
foe of health nnd should at oiico bo driven
from the system by tho regular use of Pr.
Bull's Baltimore pills. Prico 23 cents.
Torpid Liver nnd Kidneys poison th
blood. Kidney-Wort revives them and.
cleanse the system.