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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 13,' 1879.
NEW SERIES NO. G9.
If Hie leading business bouses those advertise
ment may d- round in Tu Ik-u.rrw
. 0. Ptttiur A I'o.. Commeael-il flff.ti,ii-. ..,! Ki.,
, baa. It. Ktowurl, Wghth (itnct ,
I m I'.'i.-f.. A' I'm. Pi, .i n. .i i
U'l'ltUA Din, Washington avenue and Eighth
J. II. .Mareun; office, 14 Commercial avenue.
. V C. .I'in'lyn. Blalit'i near Commercial,
is W. V.hlilock, lUCouimurehl atenuo
II Ml Hmvlh. No (ji)ln in-,.,.
Ill, I! Ci'id-v, No. 7)Olilo levei-(up stairs).
hij;. labia LHu, of New York, corner Twelfth and
Yi tWiiugfun avenue.
V.'ldos and Orphans Mntif.il Aiil Society, Seventh
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
I.liic;pr4 t.in'den. No. 11:5 Commercial avenue.
IliillWar Bros . proprietor Egyptian .Mills
limit e, Tblstlenood & Moore, Nos. 1. ar.d ir
DRniiilSTS-WHOI.ESALK AM) I! UTAH..
Ilirc'ay Hro . , Ohio levee and rortvr Kli-b'! and
City S -itln-i.il, Ohio levee.
.) Wilter. Eighth afreet.
Kt.eCer Br..ttrt.erE:sM:i aid Wa-'.ingtoti.
C'l;fti;.-loii. Three Hf it-
Vin hprosl. corner TV, tllil; ai.l l.v
HIJACK ET SidliK.
K C Fori. Corner Ninth 9k'. Counn-ri ill.
J.i.-.r, Hteiiilnmac, El.'Ut!; !re-t.
R. K. TIME CARD T CAIRO.
II.l.lSOlS'UNTitAL R H.
ts.i-Ns a i'.i-.ivk tiui"i vrrkter
Mi. ' a m I Vail S:l-u.m.
Kt?f? r.'sl p.m. ; Kxprtws Vi'.i . i.-i .
CAIRO YINCENNESR. I!
Wl. lft:iWp.tn Mai! .,..41' am.
fAlROi ST LOUIS I! R
E 5:n p.m. Express 8 .tr-.t. m
Acoat'ditlon .10:4.1 p.m. Arccom'ditior. 12:p. m
CU;CA(i. ST. LOCI ANDNEWORLEANS It. It
Hal! 5:np.i;i. : Mm.... ...I V) a.m.
A. lt T. l 1L1I0AI)
Tit i x -r- -i ..!-Hi.a I Texas cxpn 2: Hp m.
Ac -ct-.u-ti'i la'.'n i a.u I
C1BNERAJ. DKLIVERi opeo ,-:v a in.; cloaca
J t "0 p ru. ; Ssulaj : to a m.
Money Ord-:r Department open at 4 a. ta.; closes
tl !i p. rn.
Through Express Mills via I!iluoi Cectraland
Hime.Mippi Cev.ral Kai'.r.''l cIimm- t j:.0 p. rn.
Cao and F-Jplar UluS Tt:ro'ii;i and Way Mall
CK-ea ai '.;:.,) p. m
ro and Vlti-
Iroadr tlotc at
Way .Vtl vf I.lluoia C-ntraU('a
Mi:n.- an-1 Mia'.iaippi Ceutrsij Jilr
Wiy Jti.l.'jrSi.-rc-ArGu l Railroad cloipa at 3
I'ai.'a aid Evaiivllle Utver Rout cloe at ::10
j, ' :e.c.-pt Kridav).
Clark D nni. J, Koler.
Counaelur-Wm. B Olliiert.
BUAKO Of ALi-imax.
KtMt Ward-Wm. O'Callahaa. M. .1. Howler.
Horond Ward-Uavid T. Llaear, C. It. Wood
rrl Third Wird-W. P. Wriffht. Egbert Smith.
I'o'irth Ward-Charlea O. Patler. Jjme KynaHon
P.C.h Wird -T. V. Halliday, Kroet It. 1'i-tttt.
Circilt J 'id--" O. A. Harker.
Cirr lit Cli-rlc J. A. Heuvea.
C'utinty J-J'ire-K. S. Yocnn.
Counts CU-rk S. J llurnm
County Attorney W. C. Miilkey.
Coiin'jrTn-anin-r A J. Aideu.
County ConiTnii-yiier-T. W. Halliday. M.
Vrovrn. Simael Brilfy
AI'itlCAN M. K. -Fourteenth at reel, betwera
Walnut and I'edur treet: aenlcea Snlibath 11
a. m aud rsWp. m.; Sund:ij School 1:3 p. m.
CtHinSTIAN-Kliititeenth atre-t; meetinfj Sab
J biih 10: in p. m.; pn'scbinir occiwlonaliy.
CUVIICI! OKTUK KKDKEMKrMEiila'Ppa!)
j Koirtix-uth Btreet; Moruiu.' prat era tSablialh)
1U:W a. m.; evening prajera, ;:: p.m.; Sabbath
arlioo! tt a. tn.
UIUST MISSIOSAHY HAITI ST CHCKCII
r Preachlti-s at lii::k)a. in.. S . in., aud p. m.
Sabhalh achool at T :') p. m. Uuv. T. J. Stioreu,
1UTHH RAN Thirteenth atet; aen-lrca Sab
J bath 1 l a. m.; Suudny acliool i! p. m. l!ev.
MBTHOOIST-Cor. Eighth and Waluiit atreota;
Proaehlii' Subbath Tti ::! a. m. and T p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wednenday T:'l p. m.; ijundny
Scliool, 9 a. in. Her. Wiiittaker, pantor.
I)ltK9BYTERIAN-KlL'hth turret; pn-achlnR on
Sabbath at M a. m. and T: p. m.; prayer
ineetlui? Wedueailay at T::tDp. m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. hi. Knv. U. V. Oeorue. pastor.
SBCOND FKKK WILL BAH'IST - Flftcetlh
treet. between Walnut anil Cedar atreota; aer
Vice Sabbath at :1 and T :3i) p. m.
ST. .lOSKI'H S-Koman Catliolle) Corner Cmaa
ond Walnut, alrceta; aervlcea Sthbath 10;:)a.
m.; Sunday School at 2 p. m.; Veaperi p. in.; aer
vtcea every day at tl p. n.
ST. PATKICK'H-KItnman Catholic) Comer Ninth
(trcet anil WaahltiKton avouue; aertdcea Hab
tuiili H and 111 a. m. : Yeanera '& u. nr. : Sunday School
II p. m. ; aervlcea every day at tl p. m. Itov. f'. Zabcl,
Ol)Ulnid for new Inventions, or for Improvement
On Ola Olien; lor mvuivi v. .......
marka and labola. Caveata, Aaalznmenta, Inter
ferenco. Appeal", Buita for Infrlnamenta, and
ii r...,.a Ariainir under the Patent l.nwa, tiromnt-
ly attended t. Inveutlona that have been
r)V TliTTUl i hy tho Patent Oillco may atlll,
XVCiJ iv 1 Si U lu moat caaea, be patented by
ua. Balniioppoalto the U. 8. Patent Department,
and enttaxed lu Patent bneinoaa Mclualvely, we can
make cloaer acarcliea, and aocuro Patenta moro
' promptly, and with broader clultn. than thoao who
art remote, inim tvitaniURtnn. . , , . . ,
TWVffNTI itmd ua a model or akftch of
t lUii iviw your device; we maao ex
tmlnatlona and advlae aa to patentability, free ot
charite. All correapondenro atrlctly conttdentlal.
Wo refer In Waahluirlon, to lion Poatmaater
Oeneral U. M. Key, Kev. F. D.Powor. The Oerman
American nmuuu ddqk, loqnruniu imi, o,
ratent Office, and to Senatora anil Kepreaeutatlyei
In Oongroaa: and especially toonr client In oveiy
State In the Union and In Canada. AddreM
O. A. 8NOW 6c CO.,
poOpslte Patent Offloo.WMhlntrton D. C.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL R. It.
I'ASSFYfiFI? 'AINS LEAVE AM)
- 1 ;VJjilirjJ, Al;ltlVK DAILY.
ST. IiOi'IS VIA. CAIRO SHOUT LINE,
without char.zlnc ctr-. The ilirct route to
Chicago. " v
Anil all EASTERN' POINTS,
And all NORTHERN' POINTS.
'it ill, leave usil urr'vc at Clro a' M!ov.i
Kttiren'. dji!v t-scent S'.i-.i'j-v "'YI u m
Mall, tl .tily 1 .01 a.m.
E'rire-K. i! il!V ... r. n n,
Mall, daily eiu-pt Sunday. -J : i. I a n.
.IAMES JO!INOS. .10HN H.. JONES.
(..-::eral .-.i-j A-.-t
(JAIRO tl- ST. LOL'IS R. R.
II. V. SMITIU Wis, Kft-i-ivcr.
SHOI.TEST SHOUT LINK P.ETWEEX
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Turoj-h F.siirer li-avea Cairo ;t:.a m.
r!iro:i!i Kxpre arrive" at K. St I.oui. .1:i.p.ir!.
niro-jeti hjiur-.'- leave" E. St Louis'.... '.: K.rn.
Thro'Jt'h Eipn- arrive at Cuiro 5:10 p.m.
a urpayfmore accommodation leatu Cairol:; -j.ip.ni.
.uu"pnyiKro Acr.arrlver at Muiphyeboro t:tjp.ia.
Miirphy-boro Arc. le-iven Murhyi-horo. .. 4:11a. ci.
Murptiyoboro Acc. arrite at C airo 1j 41a.m.
The Cairo St. Lou la K.ifi I.'oad la the oc'v all
Rail Koute lK-ttrei-n Cairn nnd St. Louia under one
nianai;e:nent. tli--r.-for! there an- no deiaya at
way tat:u a:iltiue connect -ona from otber'llnt-a.
t ue aud anre cor,neetiou at St . Loui with ot'ai r
lluet f. r North. Eat aud Weal.
J . A NAl'tW.E. L. M. JOilXSON.
A;-.-i:t. O-:iera! .Mani'vr.
(jAIRO tt VINCENNES R.R.
ftl Mil PC THE SHOKTEST PH.TE TO
17 An I THE SIIOI1TEST TO LOL'IS
tl M ilifiO It.I.E. t IM INSATI. HAL-
IIMUUA A.M irAulueoTuH.
Ql WIT VZ THS KIIOIJTES'P TO INDIAN
Ak 311 UN?) APULIS.I'HILAOELl'lUA.XEW
1 UKik AND BOSTON
AW ' i
SIX HOUR SAVED
Over tralna of all other routes making the aame
rjr Pjaaencera by other rout'- to wake connee-
tiu muat ride ail night, waitiu: from one toait
hoar at small country stalioti fur trains of cou
PVM iVMR TTPTIIK FACT and takeonr4:ir
l.Ciiiri.ULilk m. train, reach'!!!- Ev;in
ville, Indianapolis, Clnrlnnati and Louisville same
day. Train leave and arrive M Cairo as follows;
Mall leave :i.ia.m.
Mail arrives W:Wp.tn.
Tnrou?h tickttsajaud checks to ail important
P. A. MII.LKH
Gen 1 Pass. Ae'-nt.
L. B.CUL'JiCH. Passeniter Aj-ent.
$j jA WEEK In vour own town, and no
capital risked. Yon can plvo the
III btistuess a trial without expense.
Ill The best opportunity ever oflered for
v w those willing to work. You should
trv notumir ele till you see for your
self what yon ran do at the business we offer. No
room to explain here. ou can devote all your
time or only your spare time to the business, and
mako great pay lor every hour that you workJ
Women make as much as men. Send fur special
private terms and pnrticulars. which we mail Iron.
I'lOiittlt free. Don't complain of hard times while
von have such a chance. Address II. IIALLETT
CO.. Portland. Maine.
CARL PETERS & P,RO.
Of all kinds.
. Proprietors of
CAIRO POULTRY YARD,
Eighth street, bet. Com. and Waih. ave,
CAIRO. : : : - ILLINOIS
ta-Goods delivered to all parts of the City free
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hiffhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
TIIK WORKWOMAN'S FRIEND. .'
In theaedaysof political trickery, n true frlenl
In the me of need, la a friend Indeed; and audi
a friend is .'
Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSA3I for the LUN(jS
It U a sure cure lor
CONSl'MITIOS. COIOIIS.COI.DK, ASTHMA
and all diH-ae of the Lunpa, Chest and Threat
This wcll-kuown remedy lias been used for
thirty years and ha cured thousands of caies,
many of which were given up as liopless. '
No case, however obstinate, inn rcaNt the
healina properties of Dr. Wm. Hall's Balaam lor
the l.llll.-a Trial hut 1 1. .a uill l, ln,i,l.ha,l ,.,,(.
tuitoualy to all who are limited with Lunt and
lsRememher that it Is thi persistent usecf
the Balsam thai curea the worM cases.
JOHN F. HENRY, CITJ1AN tfc CO.,
S COLLEGE PLACE. NEW YORK. '
(1) BARCLAY BROS. Wholesale Agents.
Liver & Stomach Pads,
I'lIE (.REAT .SPECIF U !
THS REST REMEDY
IS THE WOULD!
llai proved iie!l by a T:iree Years Campaign of
VICTORIOUS TRI I'M riW
Liver, Stomach ami Rowels.
Producing lar-ir portion of wonderful and
Tlian a!;y other l!emedy before the public.
A PKE VENTATIYE OF ALL EPIDEMICS
Yellow fever. Billions and Typhoid Fevers.
AI.L MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC POISONS
Neutralized. Eliminated and expelled throujh
ihu natural virrecona by
He.ilth Rcstoi ing T.ivt-r 4 Stomach Pads
An antidote tiiat bus proven Its rvp,-!!flst force
to expel Atmospheric Cu-rm of Dieaa .
that liileet the air.
An Antidote and preventative and euro for Chil
dren. Summer Complaint. Cholera Infautum, Scar
let Fever. .Vealea. Wbooplnx t'i(th. etc.
A preventative that is bk'iily appreciated by quite
a number ol niotheta tsho have tried them. '
rKorbe' Pads are made from OENl'INK MED
ICAL KXTRAl"ls. possessing the beat absorlK-nt
properties known to srlenee. Iiuvins a direct appli
cation to the removal ol Morbid Organic conditions
ami restoring to health, natural etiergy utid normal
aclivltv lbs vital functions which are weakened and
debilitated lv iliseaaiwthtt proving themselves to
possess a POWER FIT REMEDY lor all diseases
of the Liver. Stomach aud Bowels, as thouaands
can ti-atiiV from practical experience.
X. 11. -A the price of the Pad has been reduced.
It makes it the cheapest and most eoii.-nieut tuidi
cation you can use lor any of the abote diseases.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
If after a Talr trial you are dissatisfied, send back
your Pad tu the proprietor, aud the
.MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
nForall advice (hirk) send aymptome and en
onirics, (also tor tingle Pads) to
1T4 W.4th St., Cincinnati.
Will be sold by all druggists.
BART & IIICKCOX,
WW. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI.
fgfSee eertiflcates iularectrcularaat drugstore
A MONTH gnarantced . $13 a
borne made hy the Indus-
cainiai Dot renulred:
III start voil. Men. women.
boys mid girls make money fus-
work lor ua man at any
thing else. The work Is light and pleasant, and
such as any otie can n right at. Thoso who are
wise who eo notice will send us their addresses at
once and see for themselves 'Cos'.ly Oiitilt and
terms free. Now Is the time. Those already at
work are Invin'gnp large sums of money. Address
Titl'E & CO.. Augusta, Maine.
WHOLESALE WINES AXD LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Dealcra In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds.
NO. GO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH ft CO. havo constantly a Urge
stock of the best goods In tho market and give
cspoctal attention to the wholesale branch ef the
Corner Washington Avenue and Eight Street
CAIRO, : ; . : ILLINOIS
A fall and complete aanplr of tUa belt of U
ktnda meat alwai on nan, . .
w i'j. i ii i ii
Havs a Boston phyalelan, "has no equal as a blood
purifier. Hearing of It many wonderful cures af
ter all other remedies had failed. I visited the lab-i-atorr.
and convinced myself of it genulno merit.
It is prepared rroai barks, roots and herbs, each of
wblrbla highly effective, and they are compounded
In autu a manner aa to produce astonishing results.
li the tri al blood purifier.
Will cure tie worst case or Scrofula.
Is recomnended by physicians and apotliwarlea.
Ha efeceil some marvelous curc-a In cases o'f
C1ir the worst cases of Cankur. .. . .
J'.eiis with v.onderfjl syrca In Mir.-uri.-tl dleases
VI I eradicate Suit Rhena from the ale':i.
I.itk-v-s Pitiiples and Humors fnim the face.
( ures Cim-jf.pMlori and r;,gti!a!i:sJ,je bowel.
I- a vahi'.-.Me remeUy for lU-alachc.
Will cure Dyspepsia. , '
Restores tin-etitirt system to a hoaltl'y condition.
lleinoves the ciusc- of Dl.tluea.
Relieve Faintness at the stoainch?
Cures Pains lu the Back
Erf finally cures Kidney Compiaiol.
Is effective in its cure of FcT.ale Weaknesses.
Is the great r.-meuy forCeaera! Debility.
IS TITS 4EST
II. R. STuvn.s, hOSTOJ 5IAS3.
Vt'ffetine is Sold By all Drujffists,
MVEIIPOOI. C Ft A IN.
Liveupool, September 12, 2 r. k. Wheat
stronger Winter, Oi 2J9s4ij Spriug,
8s8s OJ; California average, 8s 6d
0s7J; California club, 0 7d0IOs. Com
NEW VOKK ORAIS.
New York, Si-ptcin!r 12, 12 :10 p. m.
Wltcat firm Nci. 2 Chicago, $1 04
1 O-'i; No. 5, Milwaukee, $1 0301 0(5;
Red Winter, ft CTt 14; No. 2 Red
Winter, $1 13J.$1 13"; No. 2 Amber,
tl 12?i(Sil 13'i. Coru-quiet No. 2,
CntXUiO OAIN AND PRODUCE.
Chicach), September, 12, 10 a. m.
Corn October, 84; Norembca, Z'iH-
A LITTLE NONSENSE.
Tho rrince of Wales. It Is said.- hail re
cently taken to American whUkey. Being
generally quite full of that article he it ad
dressed as: "Tour Rycncss." London
One of the far Western paneM. with
many apologies for the Introduction of a
uarrio so unfamiliar to the public, at Inruc,
nominates for the presidency an individal
by the name of Rutherford B. Hayes.' Fur
ther particulars anxiously awaited. Con
gressional Record. .:
The man who attempted to ruin Edwon
when the phonograph was exhibited, by
surreptitiously substituting tor the foil reg
istering tho notes of a celebrated pnm
donna a foil registering the vocal efforts of
a cat suspended by tho tail, had the satin-'
faction of hearing the enlightened New
York audience, including several musical
critics, go into raptures over tho correct re
production of tho diva s singing, while the
only man who found fault was a leather
dealer from Boston. Musical Review. - 1
A well-known Bostonian was trying a v
Uorso once, in company with the owner, a " 1
professional "jockey." Having driven him '
a mile or two, the gentleman, who noticed
that lie pulled pretty bard and showed a
good deal of 'irit, i requiring conntant
p.ric (1,1 i, 44 Ans4t v' 2ood '''V'rit, t requiring conntant
Iork-Oeii-bor, 40f Novcni-1 watcliinff and a steady rein, said: "Doyou
r, tl i2y. think that is just the Iiqrse for a woinan to
Wheat November, 93; October, 02.
Oats-November, 24 ;a'; October, 24.
CiucAtiO, rjeptembcr 12, 11 ft. m.
Wiieat -November, 91 ; October, 91.
Oat.4 November, 21e?l; October, 24.
November 24 J.
rork-Norember, 7 H07 82J; Octo
ber. S2;S C5."
Corn November, ; October, !W7jJ.
Cure ago, September, 12, 12 m.
Wheat November. 92; October, 01,l4'',
' Pork- October, $S ZZ.
Corn November, 33;iCiSg ; October, 34.
Oats-November; 23) i& ; October, 24.
SEVENTEEN NEW CASES AND EIGHT
DEATHS AT MEMPHIS.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN AXD THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
CCRE FEVER and Aru
CURE lUIiIOHS Ci I.K
Dll Tl'TT has succeed
d lu roinhlnlug lu these
pills the heretofore an
tagonistic niialittea of a
unit a riirllytngTouic.
Their first apparent ef
fect Is to Increase the ap
petite hv causing the
food to properly asslml .
!.,.., 'elm-tlt.t.t.ui.,,,1 I.
nourished, and by their
loulo act Inn on the diges
iilve organs, regular and
healthy evacuations are
The rapidity with
which Ihu persons take
on flesh while under the
influence of these pills.
Indicates their adapta
bility tononrlsh the hod
v. hence their efficacy In
eiitlng nervous debility,
wastino of the muscles
Cure KIDNEYComplatuildiiKulahiicss of the liver.
iironic constipation. and
Imparting health and
strength If the system.
CUKK IVKt'lu ttiursoid everywnere
PRICK ' CENTS.
A3 Murray Ktreet.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE C1TV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth itroet mi t
Commercial Art., , I
O. O. PATIER Sc. CO.
TH1-; FRAL'Dl'I.EVT AITAEI. TO THE SOLDIERS
Memphis, Tonn., Sept. 11. Another light
day, from a fi-ver stand-)oint, appears from
the physicians' reports to the board of
health. There are but seventeen newcases,
fifteen of which are inside the corporate
limits. Of the seventeen only five are
A FRACD VENTILATED.
The following purporting to be an Asso
ciatc-J Press dispatch was read before the
citizens' relief committee at its meeting to
lay and crested much surprise:
"liram may 43, r "p. ,
"To the Associated Press:
"Tlie following appeal to federal soldiers
for relief lids been made: To all federal
soldiers again wo call for help. Let us
not starve. The Hownrda do not provide
for us, nor does the city government. We
need money, provisions and blankets. The
fever will not subside before the frost.
All business is stopped, and will not re
open until winter. II. F. Hill, captain Ninth
Illinois cavalry, chairman Relief association;
P. B. Millard, secretary, 42 Nortli Court
Dr. Porter stated that it was handed
him by one of the reporters present, who
said he clipped it from a St. Louis paper.
Dr. Porter stated that uo such organization
had applied to the citizens' safety com
mittee for relief, and that no such organi
zation existed, to his knowledge. !
The following shows the present condi
tion of the camps: Camp Murk has 770
pewple; Camp Mathews, 622; Camp Denges,
234; Camp Langstan", 031; Camp Teutouta,
CO. These, including soldiers on the bluffs
and their families, cause rations to be is
sued to 2,264 persons.
New Orleans. Sept. 11. Tho board of
health to-night adopted resolutions setting
forth that the health of New Orleans will
compare favorably with any large city of
the Union; that no case of yellow fever has
occurred since Sept. 3; that commercial in
tercourse with New Orleans can be safely
maintained; that in view of the sanitary
condition of the city, the national board of
health bo requested to terminate its system
of inspection and certificates .for steamers
and railways as being no longer necessary
or expedient; that tho board of health state
that New Orleans i not an infected city
with tho spirit of tho rules and that hence
forward commercial and business relations
can bo resumed or continued without any
A dull, heavy pain in tho aides, sleep
loss, want of cucriry, no continuity ot
thought or labor, these all indicate diseaso
of tho Liver, and should bo removed by
tho uso of Dr. TJull'i Baltimore Pilli which
will surely accomplish the object sought.
A Natural Tone.TIio Perfected But
ter Color of Wells, Richardson & Co.,
Burlington, Vt.', Imparts to even winter
mado butter, a dorp, rich tone, suggestivo
of tho sweetest and most nourishing grasses
Injuna. It.Urcry resolvable and perfect
ly porme.atoi tho entire churning. ,
ilnvc." "Well, sir," ttnswercd the jockey,
"I must say that I shouldn't want to marry
the woman that could drive that horse."
Snutliington's wife is not kind in douLIe
harness, and not suitable for a gentleman
to drive. Smithiugton was talking to Potta
about the way people went on and on?
nat would you do," said Potis, who
was strong on the pistol theorv. "if somo
other fellow ran away with your own
wife? Excuse the illustration; but I want
to bring it Home to you."
"1 shouUln t hesitate an mstant." Smith
iugton responded. ,
"You'd kill her?"
'No, sir; I think I should refrain from
"ioul kill yourself!"
"Like never mind I wi u'd?"'
"Well, what should you do then?"
"Make friends with tiie victim right off.
and give him some substantial testimony
oi my esteem. Uaiy tcgaa, it I ever in
vited hira to dinner, he should come alone.
How shall we make some money is tho
question thought over by many in thene
times. Take our advice and remit a small
amount to Alex. Frot'ningham & Co., bank
ers. 12 Wall street, New York, who by their
judicious investments have relieved many
from pressing need. Send for their Finan
cial Report, sent tree.
AN OLD TIME PRINTER.
- , - - , Carthae EcDiiblicau.
A venerable journeyman printer named
George Wasinnton Matchett, struck the
Republican offtce Monday morning and
was given work until Tuesday afternoon.
His age is 74 years; he has been a printer
nearly CO years; working in that time for
Horace Crccly, Col. Prentice and nearly
all of the distinguished editors of the Uni
ted States. He has traveled through every
worked on the first issue of the Quiuey Her
ald when that paper was founded by Aus
tin Brooks, lie ha3 a wonderful memory
of men, and places of an earlier period,
and speaks of them and his own wonder
ful experience, with a quiet modesty that
carries with it the conviction ot truth. Ho
says he has no living relative that he
knows of, and no home, no goal for his
ambition ; no known resting place for his
declining years; whoso distances are dailv
shortening under the weight and feeble
ness of years. His present destination is
Peoria, but ho will probably call at print
ing offices on tho road for work and rest
and food, all of which, wo cannot doubt, he
will receive from the craft with no unstinted
The healthy growth of the babv is de
pendent upon its freedom from tho perni
cious effects of. opium. Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup is tho best remedy known tor tho
diseases of early childhood.
Harvard Collezo is happy over tho ar
rival of its professor of tho Chinese lan
guage. His name is Ko-Kun-Hua. He is
to get two hundred dollars a month, and
promises to teach tho Chinese language so
efficiently that the dullest scholar will be
able to speak it in three years.
The Laroest Farm in the World.
The largest farm in the world is 170 miles
square, and is situated In Ellis county,
lYiiiisua. us proprietor is a wcaiiny eng
lishman named Gcorare Grunt, who named
his cstato Victoria, in honor of his Sovereign.
Vast herds of cattle, and a cavalry brigade
of mounted stockmen roam over the face
of this grtltt iann, on which tho only
remedy employed for bruises, inflammation
and the like, is Giles' Liniment Iodide Am-
monia. Giles' Tills cure Piles. Sold by all
druggists. Send for pamphlet. Dr. Giles,
120 West Broadway, N. Y. Trial sizo 25
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Taken in the act Sister Jones called
on Elder Smith a fJr evenings since. Be
ing a next door neighbor, she entered his
study unannounced, and was greatly
shocked at seeing him take a drink , from
a suspicious looking bottlo. Ho noticed
her look of inquiry and said : "This, Sis
ter Jones, is Tabler's Portalino, or Vege
table Liver Powder, the only remedy I
have ever found for the many troubles ar
ising from a disordered liver. I can rec
ommend it." Prigo 50 cents. For sale by
Do Wis Believe in Witch-Ciuft? "I '
take the position that we do not, in its
broad sense, said a gentleman of years and
experience, and yet wo find many of the
present day carrying a Buckeye in their
pocket through a kind of superstition, when
they might be relieved bv a few applica
tions of Table'i Buckeye Pile Ointment"
This ointment is made from the Buckeye,
and is recommended for, nothing else but
pilot. Try it It will cure you. Price W
cents a bottle. Fbf sale by Barclay Bros.