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! VOLUME XI.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER i, 1879.
ertUe leadiug Imrluc. hou.ei whom advertise
ment may lift found In Tug Ucixetin.
C O. Patlur&Co., Commercial av;iiue aud Nine
teenth mi riH-l.
Cha. It. .Stewart, Eighth atrect.
Carl ivt. ri ,fc liri... Eighth Hrect.
Petti Si llird, Washington bv.-diiu mid Eighth
J)r Hryant; olllce, Eighth sireet and Washington
Dr. J. h. Mureau; office, llo Commercial avenue,
!' V (', '"r'!'''i. Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. 1: V Whitlock, 171 Commercial avenue
Hold. Ktnyth, No. W) Ohio levee
ILir Catidee, No. roOhlo levee (up stair).
Tvou'table Lite, or New York, curuer Twelfth und
v Multigtiiii avenue.
Widows, aud Orphan Mutual Aid Soi kiy, Seventh
and Commercial avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
I. lticgir dt I.aumli n, No. ID Commercial avenue.
liliidjiv Pro., proprietor Egyptian Mil
llT.n--. Tli'sOuAood ic Moure, No, and.Uf
i oi.ini.Ti:iul avi-nue.
DKUiOlNTS-WHOLESALK. AND RETAIL.
Rlrciay Rro , Ohio levee titid corner Eighth und
W asuington avenue.
C.ty National. Ohio levee.
Aicxand :t County, corter Eighth ami Commercial.
.1. Walter. Eighth street
Koeliler l!n" .. Corner Eighth and V i-hlti'tou.
CSa:;i; 10:1. Three SI He.
lobr, Sprnai, corner Tv.tlfih and Levee,
K (' F'jnl. Coni'-r Ninth am! Com n tai .
.' .C'O Steinholise, EI-lltM street
II. S hie It. 1 i Commercial a. eime
K. I.. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLJNOISCKNTRAL I! I!.
TIUIi AIIIUV. TIlAlX IK1AI;T
Mailf.. ... ffl a m. I Mail.... :i:M m.
res ;(Mp in. I Exprc Soiip.m.
CAIRO A YINCENNES It. It
Mi l .10:10 p.m. Mall ....t.dnn.
CAIRO A: KT LoCTS It It.
Rtpr r : I p.m. Expre s !'. n
Accora'-I ."ion 1') t" p.m. I At im'dtttion.l'.': p. in
HIirA'..0. ST. LOCIS AND NEW ORLEANS It. It
a:l .1: p m. Mai'.... ,...5:u) a.m.
C A AT. RAILROAD
1rxt lpr 2:V ra j Texa expr 4 l'p tn.
Acti-atu i.lttt u s 'Xa.ia. !
NEW SERipS-NO. 61.
i' ENKRAL DELIVERY open . S) a.m.; close
f 6.Hp.ni.; Sunday: s to a. m"
Voaey Ord 'r Department open ut S a. m.; close
a r- p. tn.
Through Express Mill via Illinois Central and
ti-ippt IVb'.ral l!aiinei.t cloe at I ,.: p. m.
Cairo airi i'opltr Uluf Throui and W ay Mail
c om- at Uf.M t. m.
Way MVl vu luimi'.i Ci'titral. Cairo and Vln
tv.ne and Mif-fippi Central Railroads clow at
y p. ni.
W aj Miii L.; Numiw Ga ije Itai'.road I'loceo at 8
.'alnicd Evariille River Route cloe at H.V
p Pt iSatiy texrupl Friday).
ifayor-N. H Thictlewo.xl.
Vftu!ir'r Edward Dvzonta.
Jli'rk Denni. J. Foley.
Jour.aelor Win. II. Oifhert.
ilarbal- I " Lallne.
It'.orney William H'.'ndrick.
BOAKt) OP At.IKUKX.
rot Winl-Wm. OVa'lahan. M. J. llowley.
loroad Ward-David T. Uiie'ar, C. R. Wood
wrd "bird Wird-W, H. Wrieht. E inert Smith,
fnurtn W ird Charle 0. 1'atier. .lame Kynantiin
ruin Ward-T. W. Halllday, Ernent U. IVttit.
fire jit .Iadcf-0. A. Harker
Circ;:it ClerK-J. A. Reuve.
County Judire- It. S. Y or urn.
County Clerk S. J. Hiimm.
County Attornwy-W. C Mulkey.
County Treanurvr A. J. Aldeu.
Khentf John HikIjci.
Countr (.'ominiii'louerT. W. Hailiday, SI.
on. SJmuel ltrliey.
FltIt'N M. I' -Fourteenth treet, helwcen
Wulti'it anil Cedar utreet!" : nervier Sal))th II
I. m. a-jci ':v p ni ; Sunday School I p. in.
CtllRISTIAN Eighteenth utreet; raeetms Su!
J b.ith 1 1 J i. in.; ire:ctiiiiir occaflonally.
plU'ltCII I IF THE REDEEMER (Kplfnpsl)
J Fourteenth mrvet; Moruiiu prayer tSatihath
lew r. m.; evenins prayer. ::)u p.m.; Sauhutu
irhool '.' a. m.
IIRST MISSIONARY IlAl'TIST CIintCH.
r irrae.h!ni! at M:m a. m., 3 p. ni and V:!) p. m.
S'ihl)ith i-eliool at p. in. Rev. T. J. Shore,
1UT1! KUAN -Thirteenth utreet ; service Sab
A liath 1 : n a. ::i ; Sunday eliool J p m. Rev
MKTIIODIST-Cor. Elehth and Walnut street ;
Freachitii Siitdiuth lt):l a. m. and "p.m.;
prayer meetlnj, Wednenday '::) p. m.; Sunday
School. '.) a. m. Iter. Whittuker, paalor.
w iuvumvit it r i.i.,t,it, utp...t. tiriiiehin( on
Sahha'h at ll:iM n. in. and ?::)p. m.; prayer
mcotini; Wednedav at 7::j)p. in.; Sunday School
at :i p. ni. jvev. u. l . ueoriji;, anioi.
SECOND FREEWILL IlAl'TIST Fifteet.th
utreet. hetvseen Walnut und Cedar Hlreets; cer
vices Kulihath at H nnd 7 M p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S (Itoinnu Calholle) Torncr Cro
and Walnut moot; ervlee Sa'ihath ll)::)0n.
m. ; Sundav Sehocd at i p. m. ; Vuiir S p. m. ; ser
vice every'day at iJ p. m.
OT. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
at ..tul WnuMmrlnn nuMiinn' aiirvte.efl Sah-
rm . huh , . i...... .. , .
hnth 8 and ID a. m. ; Vexper : p. m.t Sniulny Schocl
X p. in. ; services uery uaj in o i. in. ncii . .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
1 1 1 1 1 i 4
2 rASSF7iFT? trains lkwk and
J VO.mViriiV ARHIVfcliAILY.
ST. LOl'IS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE.
without cban'lin car. Tlie direct route to
And (ill EASTERN POINTS,
And all NORTHERN POINTS.
Train leave and arrive at Cairo a follow:
Kxpn-M. daily except Sunday tf: p.m.
Mall, daily Co5 n.in.
Mall, daily except Sunday
(eiieral Sou A;;t
r:o p m.
:i 10 a m.
JOHN II.. TONES.
CAIRO k ST. LOUIS It. R.
I II Jl I 111 (I.
II. AV. HMITIIKItS. It.MSMVr.
SH011TE.ST HIIOUT LINK BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Tlirotiuh Exprv leave Cairo ("am.
TlirotiL-h Expre arrive at E. St Louis. r:oVp.i:i.
Through Kxif;tt leave E. m LoUi.... !i:lJa,m.
Through Expr- arrive at Cairo 5:lup.ni.
Murptiyhoroaeciiniiiodation laive Cairo! j p.m.
Mii'phyhoro Acc. arrive at Mitrphhoro S:1." p.m.
.Murphyloro Acc. leave M upli) horo .. 415a. m.
Mtirpiiyaboro Acc. arrive at Ca;fo 1J 4.1a. ni.
The Cairo Jt St Lou i Hull Road I the only all
Rail Rout.! hetttccn airo and St. Loui under ore
mnnairem'-ut. thert-forw there are to delay a:
way station awaitine; connection from other line.
Close and ure connection at St. Loui with other
line fi,r North. Eat and West.
. A NAftJLE.
CAIRO VIXCENNES II. It.
i'A All I THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
UI Jill.. IV) Kvimsvillp.
4 7 1T THE SHORTEST TO LOflS
Tl Jl 1 liTjO V1I.LE, CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
AF TT IT C THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
I t Jll llliCS Al'Ol.IS.l'HlLADBLI'IUA.NtW
YORK AND DOSTUS
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tralna of all other ronte making the ame
OhtaiiiP'l f' new Invention, or for Improvement
..i.i r... .n.i.iinii nr oilier comtioiind. trade
mark and label. Caveat, Aiifnnient. Inter
ference, Appeal, Suit for Iufritieineiit, und
hllcaeirtln under the Patent Law, prompt
ly attended to Invention that have been
V.tii it, .mil t l. Hi,. I'nlent O lieu lnnV full.
ltllilrjvlllMnmotcae, he patented by
ii Ilelnst nppnalto the U. 8. l'ateut Detinrtnienl,
111(1 PtlirilU'-U 111 I HU'lll 1)111 IH BP v.- "A ' V V '
mnki H""'' '')rfl't'. una -octiro Patenta moro
promptly, ami broader claim, than thoo who
are remote trom aiuiiton. , . .
Jl T aaikj yur device; wo mill'"
amlnatloii" and advle a to iatentnhlllty. frcn
rharuo. All cortpoiideiic ntrlctly coulldentlul.
I'rtcei low, and no clmrite unle Patent l ecnrud.
Wa refer In Wahliiftoii, to Uon Poatmtwtur
CtPtinral l. M. Key, Rev. F. D.Powur. The Oerninn
Amerlenn rtaiioimi phiik, to oinciai in me i .
n.iii.nt onicr. aud to Henator and lteiireeutitlve
In Congriwa; and especially to our cllenta lu every
Btato lu th" Union and In Canada. Addre
foOpslto Ptat Offlco, Wathtnston D. C.
Vif Pa'feBffer bv other route to taake Conner-
tittu mut ride all flight. Maiticz from one to ix
hour at amall country station lor train of con
V VATTiTn,TlIE FACT and tnkoonr 4:45
iri.tliHlJIjlk, K. nii ,rujn- nMihiug Kvan-
Tille, Indianapoli, Clnrinnatl and Louivi!le name
dav. Trains leave aud arrive at Cairo follow:
Mail leave 4:l?ia.m.
Mail arrive !0:0tip.m.
Through tiekM and check to all important
F. A. MILLER I.OSWELL MILLER.
Oen 1 Ia. AL'ent. lieneral sup
L. B. CHURCH. Paensor Atfeut.
CARL PETERS k RRO.
Of all kiml.
CAIRO POULTRY YARD,
Eighth treet, bet. Com. and Wnh. ave,
CAIRO. : : : - ILLINOIS
tfi'-Ooods delivered to nil part of Ihn City free
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
ERIES of tho nineteenth century, und one that takei
eoiia rank with the invention of tho telephone,
t ieelectrle lilit nutl other cieiitltlc warvlc oi
thu agu, la that of
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
This Compound po the mot remarkable
Healiiic l'ropertiea of any known ajjelit employ
ed lor the piirpoe of curing
SORES, WOUNDS. CUTS, DRUISES,
Inflamed tind ubrndud surfaces, nnd for
ALL SKIN DISASKS.
It cleaning propertle retnot? all Impuritle"
that hinder the lormatiou f a healthv lle.h, and
tho work of cure uoe on to romp'letion w Ith
moHt Wo.NDEKFl'L RAPIDITY. Let no family
hewithout a box of It in the home;. Pl,vielunt
extol It virtue; and the the thouau'di who
have used It, unite In recommending it. Dcwure
Ask forllemy'sCarlKilic Salve, nnd take
JOHN F. IIENRV, CTRRAN & CO.,
(:l) Sole Proprietor,
DARCLAY EROS . whole.ale Aent
A MONTH (junnuijcd. $li a
day at home made by the Imltn
trloii. Capital not recjuired;
we will t:irt you. Men. women,
boy and tlrl make monev fat
ter lit work for 11 Ihi.nm nnv.
thing eli-e. The work (a light und tdenaiit. ami
ik h n any one can go right at. T!ho w ho aic
wle who n e notice will eiid uk their addree at
once and fee for themeve Cnly Outfit and
term free. Now i the time. Those tln-adv at
work are liiylngup large vtim of money. Addrerf
'1 RL E ic CO.. AiiguMa. Maine.
DH. FO HUES'
Liver & Stomach Pads.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring' Mills
Hiffhest Cash Price Paitl for Wheat.
& a a
A WEEK In vonr own town, nnd no
capital fluked. Yon ran ptvo tu
iMiniii, pa n iiiiii ,11111, ii
The best opportunity ever otl'ered lor
liitjru ., ... m vi
trv not 111 112 ele till you fee for yottr-
. .nt, MM. ,i. nl (tin IIIhI,auH It'll .tll'.l Nil
room to explain hera, You can (levole ull your
time or only vour pnro tlino to the bulne, nnd
make creat pay for every hour that yon work.
Women make a much n" men. Hend for peclal
nrlvali) termi' nml pitrtloulnr, which wo itmll Iree,
h outfit free. Don't ccmpliiln of hard lime while
von havo aueli a cnance. Auurvna n. iiai,uj. i ,
CO., Portland, JtuinB.
THE OR HAT SPECIFIC!
THE DEST REMEDY
IN THE WORLD!
Ila proved itc!f by a Three Year Camrsilgn of
Liver, Stomach ami Bowels,
Producing a lurp-r pcrti'in of wonderful end
C TJ U K S
Thau any other Remedy before the public.
A PREVENTATIVE OF ALL EPIDEMICS.
Yellow fever. LMlliou nnd Typhf id 1'tver.
ALL MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC POISONS
Neutralized. Eliminated uiid txpelkd through
the na:ural excretion by
Health Eestorinsr Liver 4 Stomach Pads
An antidote that ha proven It repliant force
to expel AtiiHwpherlc ierm of Dli-caec
that infest the air.
An Antidote and preventative and cure for Chil
dren, Summer! otuplalnt. Cholera Infantum, scar
let Fever. Mcasle. Whooping Cough, etc.
A preventative that I highly appreciated l y quite
a number of mot Iter who have tried them.
v-Forhe' Pad arc made from C.ENUINE MED
ICAL EXTRACTS, poclng the best absorbent
properties Known 10 science, naving a nirect appli
cation to the removal ol Morbid Organic condition
and restoring to health, uattiral energy and norma!
activity the vital function which are weakened and
debilitated by disease, thti proving themselves to
possess a POWERFUL KESlEDY for all di.ease
of the Liver. Stomach und Dowels, a thousand
can testify from practical experience.
.. . a tne price 01 itie rait lias necn reoncen,
it makes it the cheapest and mot eouveulent midl-
cation you can use for any of thu above disease
ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
If after a fair trial yon are dlsatlflcd, send back
your Pad to the proprietor, nnd the
, MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
JfFornll advice (rim:) send symptom, and eu
quirles, (also for single Pmlsi to
!',!. O. V FORRES,
i;i W.-lih St.. Cincinnati.
111 be sold by ail druggist.
HART !c IIICKCOX,
(W W. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI.
J5"See certificate In large clrcu lars at c!r j.:or
WHOLESALE WINKS AND LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Dealer lu
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors
Wines oi nil Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH & CO. havo constantly a Inrgo
!ock of the best good In the market ntidglu'
epeclal attention, to the wholesale brunch ol ' tue
Comer Washington Avenue and Eight Mroot.
CAIRO, : : : ILLINOIS
A tn and comploto attpply of the bist cf 1'
kinds meat alwayi on band,
1 1 ii
i ii i in i ii
' jl. JL
Says a Iloton physician, "ha no equal a a Hood
purlller. Uearlnu of lw many wonderful cure af
ter all Oiher rumedle had fulled. I visited the lab
ratory. and convinced myself of It genuine merit.
j prepared from bark, root nd herb, each of
which Is highly effective, and thiv are compounded
In such a manner as to produce wtoninhlng reult.
I the grt-at blood purifier.
Will cure the worst cae of Scrofula.
I recommended by physician! and upothocarlc.
lias tftVcted urae marvelous cure In cases of
Cure the worst cases of Cicker.
Meets with wonderful meet in Mercurial diseases
Will eradicate Salt Rhe.im from the y.-teu.
Remove Pimples aud Ihmol from the face.
Cures Constipation and u-gulate the bowt!.
I- a raliuMe remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dvsjiepsla.
Ri stoie the er.tirv system to a healthy condition.
Remove" the Ciuse of D:z7 ues
lielieve Faintncss at the ttomach
Ci:ris Pair.s in the Back.
E.Tc.tually cures Kidney Complaiul.
Is effective in It cure of Female Weaknesses.
1 the great rumeny for General Debility
lh THE BST
VEGETINE. PREPARED BY
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTOf MASS.
Voffetine is Sold By all D.uizijists,
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
A FFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
CURE SICK HEADACli
TUTT'S PI LIS
CURE FEVER and Agu
CURE BILIOUS CoLIC
CURE TORPID LIVER
Dr. Tt'TT hn succeed
'd in eomblniug lu these
illls the huretolore an-
iiigoulstlc qitalitie of n
mil a 1'iirllying Ionic.
Their llrt apparent ef
fect 1 to Increase the ap
petite by causing the
mod t properly ussiiui
iule. Thus theVvstem i
nourished, und lv their
iiouie action on the dige-
nve orgaiis. regular and
icalthy evacuation are
The rapidity with
which the person take
mi llesh while under tho
Influence nf these pill,
indicate their adapta
bility to nourish the boil
v, hence their elllcucy lu
iiring nervous debility.
wtiHtinir of tile muscle
"lugglshne of the liver.
Imparting health aud
strength to the system.
soul everyw nere.
PRICE 'A'. CENTS.
M Murray Street.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
CorSur:nH Cairo, 111.
C. O. PATIER Sc CO.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAM
Liverpool, September 3, 3 :30 p. M.Wlieat
unchanged Winter, 098 2d; Spring,
8sQi8j Od ; California avenge, 8s CdQOs Cd ;
Cnlifiirniacluli, Oa !3d10s. Corn 4s 9d
&U 8drj4a Od.
NEW YORK OUAIN.
New York, September 3, 12:03 v. M.
Wlieat quiet No. 2 Chicago, $1 02
1 04; No. 2, Milwaukee, $1 031 04;
Red Winter, 1 001 10.; No. 3 Red
Winter, $1 10)4; No. 2 Amber,
?l 10. Corn quiet No. 2, 4C.
CHICaGO GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
: Chicago, September, 3, 10 a. m.
Corn September, 33; October, 33,5b
Pork October, $S 124&.) 1.1; Sep
tember. f3 024&S0o.
Whoot September, NC, ; October 60'.
r5uts Septemlter, 22; October, 22;.
CitiCAtiO, Septemliur 3, 11 n. m.
Wheat September, 80 ; October, 8(i.
Outs-November: October, 22,'..
Corn September, 33: October,. 33J.
rork Srptpmbcr, ()."); October,
CirrcARo, September, 3, 12 nr.
Oats -September, 23; October, 2323.
Wlicat -September, SCJ ; October, NGJ.
Pork-September, $8 02); Octolier,
Corn-September, 32;tt; October, 32JJ.
EVIL EFFECTS OF UNFAVORABLE
WEATHER AT MEMPHIS.
K.FTY-EIOHT NEW CASES AND FIVE DEATHS
Memphis, September 2. Twenty-eight
new cases and five denths are what the of
ficial reports count up lor to-day, while
from unofficial sources come reports of
twenty-two additional new cases. Thirteen
of the cases officially reported are whites,
as arc three of the deaths.
Dr. Watkius catae in from the Shelby conn
ty fair grounds, five miles out on the Mem
phis aud Charleston railroad, nnd reports
that ho has in his practice out there decided
cases of yellow fever and several doubtful
cases. Summing up the new cases from all
sources, to-day's list foots up 58 cases in the
city and suburbs. The increase was ex
pected as a result of the disagreeable change
which took place iu the weather about 18
hours ago, since which time blankets, over
coats, over-shoes, fires and the parapherna
lia peculiar to the bleak days of November
have been in demand. A cold rain has pre
vailed all day, and it is a surprise that the
death list is not greater.
The secretary of the Howards makes re
port of the total contributions received to
date as $ 3,!I2D 40. The Howards have not
yet made an appeal to the people or citizens
ot Memphis for aid, and hope to hold out
without doing so. It.is said that the presi
dent is now away looking up what the
Howard association ami relief organizations
of other cities can do towards averting the
necessity ot making a public appeal. The
greater part of the contributions already re
ceived, excepting the $2,000 from ex-Mayor
.lacobs ot Louisville, has been sent by ab
sent citizens of Memphis. The appeal to
the people ot Tennessee by Governor Marks,
it is hoped, will result in contributions suf
ficient to tide the Citizens' Relief associa
tion over the remainder of the epidemic
president of tho Howard association of
Memphis, arrived hero to-day to confer
with the committee who solicited subscrip
tions last year for yellow fever sufferers, in
regard to obtaining any balance that might
be in their hands and to solicit their assist
ance in the same capacity as last year in
case the association is compelled to make a
call. Ho obtained $001 81 from ex-Mayor,
Chas. D. Jacobs, being, with the $2,000 pre
viously remitted to him for tho Memphia
Howard association, the entire balance left
in his hands from collections of last year.'
All parties hero havo assured him of their
willingness to aid tho destitute sick of
Memphis if an appeal is made by tho How
ard association. President Langstaff pro
ceeds to Cincinnati to-morrow, then to St.
Louis, Chicago and the East. ,
GllOSSE ISLE, CANADA.
Qi'krkc, Sept. 2. Three of the crew of
the bark Laura Dotmo in quarantine at
Grosse Isle are down with the yellow fever.
The Pkoditts of Indigestion. Ina
bility of the stomach to act upon tho food
is productive of serious and speedy mischief
to the entire bodily economy. Tho cir
culation languishes and grows poor; lean
ness, pallor, and a loss of muscular and or
ganic power supervene; but, worse than
this, the functions associated with and de
pendent upon digestion, such as evacuation
and the secretion of bile, grow irregular,
and the organs whose business it is to dis
charge those functions become badly disor
dered. 1 lus disastrous state ot things w
more readily and thoroughly rectified with
i lostetter s stomach Hitters than any known
medicinal agent. The stomach being in
vigorated, the life-giving principles of the
Hood are increased, thu system properly
nourished, leaness nnd debility overcome,
and the bowels and liver thoroughly and
promptly regulated. ,
THE LONDON QUARTERLY.
Tho Londou Quarterly Review for July
has been republished by the Leounrd Scott
Publishing Co., 41 Barclay Street, New
York. The following arc the contents:
"The English Monarchy." Under this
title is reviewed tho fourth volume of the
life ot the Prince Consort, with the object
of showing that English monnrchs cxerciso
a personal influence on the government of
"Dean Hook and Bishop Selwyn" are
noticed in contrast, both having been earn
est workers, with similar interests, though
their fields of labor were .so widely separated.
"Music and Musicians." Great praise is
accorded to Grove's Dictionary of Music, of
which ouly the first volume has yet ap
peared. It gives a history of the art, and
biographical sketches of musicians from
the year 1430.
"Count Cavour." The purpose of the re
viewer is explained as follows: "To facili
tate the just appreciation of both, to bring
the distinct qualities of these two master
minds into broad relief by contrast, wo
propose to place a careful study of Count
favour alongside the sketch we recently
hazarded of Prince Bismarck."
uir.,..r.....i. ,i.i " a i.: i .1, :
ill'lUlUM 13(111 U. i lliBlUljr (IUU uc9v:rir
tion of the county.
"Polybius." It is the object of this arti
cle to present a picture drawn for the most
part alter Polybius, ot tho two great histor
ical peoples, tho Greeks and the Romans,
during the period ot tho absorption of
Greece into the Roman Empire.
"Glacial Epochs and Warm Polar Re
gions." This is nn interesting and intelli
gible account pf tho phenomena of alter
nating periods ot heat and cold in the Arc
tic regions during flic tertiary, secondary,
and even palaeozoic- times.
" liy is Scotland Radical F
"Tho Irish University Bill."
Grenada, Sept. 2. A case of sickness in
the person of a boy, 5 years old occurred hero
yesterday morning that presented l'eatnres
that the attending physicians thought bore
some resemblance to yellow fever, and with
commendable prudence they adopted all
the precautions advised under such circum
stances. A majority of the people left after
the report that yellow fever had made its
appearance. To-day, however, after furth
er development tho case was visited by
Drs. Gage, Smith and Saunders of this city,
with Dr. R. Mitchell, member of the na
tional board of henlih, nnd after careful
investigation by them, it was unanimously
agreed that tho case was not yellow fever,
ami everything here at prescut is quite.
Shot-gun quarantine prevails all along the
line. The following dispatch was sent to
day: "Dr. John S. Billings, vice-president na
tional board of health, Washington. Drs.
Gage, Smith and Saunders had a caso pre
senting suspicious symptoms aud took pro
per precautions. We all now concur iu
the opinion that it is not yellow tcvet.
R. W. Mitchell, M. D."
Louisville, Sept. 2. A. I). LangstalT,
A 11AWL FROM SECOND BASE. Harry
Shaffer, the second base of tho Boston Club,
tell and dislocated his knee-cap a little
while ago. lie says that ho owes his al
most immediate recovery to Giles' Liniment
Iodide Ammonia. Gilo's Pills cures Flatu
lency. Sold by all druggists. Send for
pamphlet. Dr; Giles 120 West Broadway,
N. Y. Trial size 25 cts. Sold by Barclay
SAYINGS AND DOINGS OP BIC
YVilhohm. the violinist. 1ms invested
twelve thousand five hundred dollars in
real estate ut Saratoga.
Proctor, the astronomer, contradicts in
positive terms tho report that ho is dead.
Sir Edward Thornton, Brittish Minister
at Washington, is tlfty-ciglit years of ago,,
and a K. C. B.
Beaconslield wants Talmagc, to go l
Ztilulaiid nnd preach to King Cetywnyo.
General O. O. Howard is ifoing to teach
tfio Indians how to shampoo tho scalps ot
KHim Allnn swords arn L'ettinir to bo a
plentiful as George Washington watches.
Sir Ilenrv Bessemer has tauen out one
hundred nnd sixty inhabitants.
Austin Corbiu wants trial ny jury nom-
Governor Hendricks will uot talk politics.
Ananias was a flshcrtnuu.
None of the groat' Antericrn poets, except
M-..U wiittiKMM ver went on nn Atlantic-
ritv PYpnrsion or rodo iu an cbicycloidal. ..
Why, Joaquin Miller, and Russoll Lowell,
and Emerson, nnd Wcndoll Holmes, didn't
even know what an cpicy-what-you-call-it
M. Len Taxon was thrown from a mulo
while enjoying his usual Sunday ride, and
broke his suspenders.
When the disorders of babyhood. attack
your babv uso at once Dr. Bull's Baby
i i t..... .,(t:..i
pyrup nnu notice us rapm hiki uim.i.mi
eil'ect. Price 23 cents.
Weathf.ii PnoiuiiiLiTiEs. Cold, with
high winds and rain. Exposure to thin
weather is sure to prodiico colds and kiodred
diseases: and tho best remedy we know of
is Hall's Balsam, for the lungs. Always
keep it In tho house, and you will bo on the
safe tide. Sold by Barclay Bros.