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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1879.
NEW SEIIIES--NO. 82.
Itho leading Undue bouse wbono advcrtlio-
liitnu may be found In Tub IIci.i.ktix . A
10. Phi lot & Co,, Commercial pvcniii) and Klnc
u. It. Slewurt, Eighth street. '
rl Peter A Brn.. Eighth atreet.
t! tin x Dinl, Washiuutoiiiveuiie and Eighth
. J. II. Martini; office, lb) Commercial avenue.
. W. (.'. .locflvn, Eighth ncnr Commercial.
. K.'W. Whltlock, IWi Commercial avenue.
lit. Sn:y;h, No. (id Ohio levee.
H. Cund'e. Xn. TnOhio levee flip stalrsl.
tillable Lite, of New York, corner Twelfth mid
idow und Orphans Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
l:iniloytiicr'.'lal avenue. .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
ncg&r X I.utinlcu, No. 114 Commercial nvinrto.
GENERAL-COMMISSION ME III HANTS.
'allldav Pro . proprietor Egvptl.'.n Mill,
nkle. Thistk-wood Jt Moore. No. l'i' mid KT
I Commercial nvenuo.
DUCo'iISTS-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
irelav Itro., Ohio levee and comer Eighth nnd
W asblEg'.ou avenue.
ty N ttlimal, Ohio levee.
Walter. Eighth street.
.ocliler Uro.. corner Eighth and ah;ngjoii.
liaffiplor.. Three State,
1 1 1 :
i 'in S;: r.t. corner Twelfth and I .cvi-i-.
('. Fur I. Comer Ninth iinii dimmer, i.r.
,(.i'0. Strinlio-isi;, Ei''ht!i street.
R. II, TIME CARD T CAIRO.
ILLINOIS'. KNTRAL I! It
,.::;ir. thaiv lo pur.T
.'. .. :'A a.m. Mail ::loa.m.
g:llp m. Express !:.) p. u.
CAIRO YINcENNESK. I!
...10:00 run. I Mall....... ....4:1' a.m.
CAIRO A ST. LOl IS It. It.
KTpre" r :1 p. til. I Exprc 8:1"; a. m
Af;ola'Ui.,:.n.lo:45 p.m. ! Arcoin'dutiot T.V.Vpp. in
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS ANDNEW ORLEANS It. U
hii r,:Jp.m. ! Mail.... ri:ta.m
C. A. A T. R.MI.ROAD'
Tc.-iM . 5:tia.m. ITexa ?xpre..s:lS.ni.
Areolar .:.it'u. S:J a.m. ;
f ENERAL DELIVERS open , ::su a. m.; c!oc
ll fc: ipin.; Sunday: to ti a. id.
MonevOrkr Department open at 8 a. rn.j close
t T p. iri.
tn..n F.r.r..a M ti I : v' TUinrtt f 'i-n ! r:) find
St!lip;i CVu:ri Railroad dose at :: p. m.
Cairo hl! Poplar lilu;l Through mid Way Mull
at ; j .; p. m
tt'-.. V -.1 ml,,.,!., f'l.titrut ("flint ATwl Vln.
tonne unil Ml.fil'pl C culr.il linUruad cli-cc at
v: p. n. , ,
Way Narrow f;au:;o Rut'.road nnin at S
Cairo r.Ml Evaunvllle Klvi-r Rotile clo" at fi:30
p. m. 'It'.y lexcept Frldav).
Trua-rer Edward Dvzuuia.
Clerk Ooniii. J. Foley.
CotiLP lor Wm. B. Uillieri.
Attorney William Hendrlc..
uoAKii or At.utv.xr..
Firt Ward-Wm. OTallahau. M. .1. Howley.
SVoad Ward-Bavid T. Llne-,'ar, C. 11. Wood-
Thi'rd Wurd-W. P. Wriirbt. Eahert Smith.
Fourth Vard-'hurleii V. Patter. JaiiH knaaton
lif.a IVmJ-1. n . Ilalliiiay, cruei u. i run,
Ire :!: .I'kIcp-O. A. Ilnrker.
Ctrr'iit irk 1. A. l!ee.
Countv.Indi.v-K. s. Yorutn.
Conutv Clerk S. J. Iliimm.
Conatv Altorny W. C. Mu'.key.
Countv Treamirer-A. J. AldeU.
Sher'ft John Hodaeo.
County CouimiH-touftH-T. W. Hallldsy, M.
Ifrowii. Nitutul llrlley. i
A'FRIi'VN M. E. Fourteenth Hreet. between
Walnut and Cedar Htreel; wrvlrea Salilmth 11
r. in. uud . m.; Sunday Seliool 1 ::H p. in.
CUII'.I-TIAN-Elehteeiith Ftrefi; ineeiiti.; Sab
b.itb lo::W p. ni. preiwhin' o:i'4lolinlij .
inVRCII OF THE ltF.Ii:EMEIt-tEd-opal,
KJ Fourteenth trvet: Mornlii'.' prayer iSabbatlo
lil.mi a. in.; fveuliijj prayer, . :,a i. " """m"
H'hool a. m.
VMKST MISSIONARY liAI'TIST C!in:ril.
I1 I-eaehlnc at lUMOa. m., : p. to., and "::W p. m
Sabbath uchool at 7: p. in. Rev. T. J. Shores,
IUTHKRAN-Thlrtei'lilh atreet: acrvloe Sab
J bath 1 ::w a. in. ; Sunday felion! i p. in. Rev.
K nappe, pastor.
METIIODIST-Cor. ElL'hlh tmd Walnut street;
Preaching Sabbath H)::ii. in. nud 7 p.m.;
prayer ineutliiK', Wednedav T:ii) p. in.; Sunday
School, H a. m. Rev. Whiltuker, pastor.
IJPJiSBYTERIAN Eighth street; preachlni: on
. Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7::W. in.; prayer
itieetliiif Wednesday at 7::Wp-'"-: Sunday School
lit :l p. m. Kev. 1). V. George, pastor.
CHCOND FREE WILL BAPTIST - Flfleei.th
I? atreet. between Walnut and Cedar streets; ser
vice Sabbath at aud T.M p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Cms
and Walnut streets; service Sabbath 10::k)a.
in.; Sunday School at i p, in. ; Vespers il p. in. ; ser
vice evcry'dny ut 8 p. in.
ST. PATRICK'S-dtoman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street mid Washington avenue; sendee Sab
bath 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vesper 8 p. in. ; flnnday School
8 p.m.; services, every day at p. m. Kev. F. Zabel,
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvement
on old ones; for medical or other compound, trade
mark and label. Caveats, Assignment. Inter
ference. Appeal. Stilt for Infringement, and
ill case arising under the Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Invention that have been
l let 1 LVtT Nil by the Patent Olllco may still.
Kriil JjvIJIi U in most casea, bo patented by
n Being oppoito the U. 8. Patent Department,
nd on"agd in Patent business exclusively, we can
tmiko closer learches, and secure Patents more
nromptlv, and with broader claim, thau those who
ire remote from Washington.
1 IN VJ:j1 lUllO your device; we make ex
amination and advise a to patentability, free ut
rl argo. All correapoudeuco "trletly contldeutlal.
l'we low, and no charge uules Palout la-securud.
vv'm refer In Washington, to lion Postmaster
llioieral D. M. Ker, Kev.. D.Power. The (lerinan
American National Bank, to olllclal In the U. S.
iti.iit Offlce, and to Senator and ltepreteutatlve
i ii L'onirrei:nd especially to oar client lu every
hii in the Union and In Canada. Addres
BUW O. A. SNOW & CO.,
OppoiUo Pattiut Office, Washlnjtoa D. C.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. It.
; PASWVfJTri? TRAINS LEAVE AND
- I .VOiiUrjl, ARRIVE DAILY.
ST. LOl'IS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LI.VE.
wllhout fhaiijjliiu o:ir.. Tho tlLoct ronti.' to
Ami all EASTERN T01XTS.
And all NORTHERN rOINTS.
Tralio- leave and arrive tCalro a fo'.lo:
Expn-f. dully esn nt S'::i,!;iy
Mall, d aily
4 a.) :u.
Expre". il.'.lly r,:V'p fi.
Mali, dally exempt Miiidny ::i.
JAMES. loIINMiN. JOHN H. JiVE.
(.eueral sou A st I'H-rniT A..
(JAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. SMI TIIF. :, K.-civor.
SIIOKTKST SHOUT LINK HETWEEX
CAIKO AND ST. LOUIS.
Thrnnjh Exprean leaven Cairn . :lisir.,
TIimiiIi Kxpr.-fi-arrivr nt E. !' Lull1... 'i "i p. it:.
'1 hrouiili llxpr-" Iei4i' E. st I.uui.... '.Mm a.m.
ThroiiL'h Expie arrive in Cain VHip u.
.Miirph)liorotti tumtinidatlin leave Cairulj p.m.
1 ii' jiliy t-Koro Arc. arrive at Murpliy-I'uru H'i' P :u
Mtirpliyeboro Ar. Ieae .Murp!iyiioro .. 4 :!'i a n:.
Murpliyrhoiu Air. arrive, al Cairo '.'I 4."a.;:i.
The Cairo A ft Lotil Kail Road In the only nil
Rail Route lu iween Ciiiro and St. I.oiii under oce
niai.a'.vniiiil. Iln nfore lliere are uo ile.ay at
way riation awnllliis; eonnerlion fri'tn other Hue.
Clo'eanil ttre CiHiiieition" at Si. Luili with n'.tiir
line for North. Ea-l and W'el.
J. A NAl'l.I.E. L. Y..I0HN-ON.
Aiu;. tjiiieral Ma'-ai-r.
CAIRO it VIXCENNE.S R.R.
I'A ATTrrCTIIE SHORTEST Pvt'TE
i7 irti t.c the s
f -UlJjrO VILI.E. CINCINNATI. UAL'
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
')i "MIT Vtt TJIB SHORTEST To INDIAN
ilt iU 1 UlilD AI'OL
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over trains of all other r,n:te. ir.aV'.c? the ame
fyPasi'enenra by other run', '0 make connec
tion r.iut ride all' night, wsitin; fre.ru one to six
hour at small cuuutry statiut.s for trax of ci'B
V V WnWJttE FACT and rskeottr :l!.
Il,i.LiiUI)ivli. a , train, r-a.h'ng Evats-
r.:e, Inillanapoiis, Cincinnati aiol j-oittsMiie same
dav. Tiaius leave aiul arrle .it Cairo a follow :
Mail leaves 4:4S.m.
Mail arrives liciflp fu.
Through tlckjts and checks to ail important
f'.VMILLER KOsWELL MILLER.
Oen'l Pa. Ager.t. Oeneral sup-
L. 11. CUL'I'.i 11. Passenger Agent.
m. ,- y-j A WEEli in vour own tiran, ami to
lit J I" capital risked. You cat: gle the
I I busiiies a trial uithotit expense
m ill iTLe best opportunity ever ordered for
XA) v those ulRiug to work. You should
n trv nothing e'-e till you ee for yoi'r-
ly'lf what yon ca'u do ?it the business we crier. No
room lo explain here. Yon can deo!e all your
time or only your spare time to the bu;i:es. and
make great' pay lor eury hour that vo;; work.
Women make as iiiueh a men. Send tor special
private term and particulars, which we mail tree,
frumtllt free. Don't ccmplaln of bar,; tlnv while
von have such a chance. Addres 11. 1IA1.LETT Jt
CO.. Portland. Maite.
CARL PETERS & P.RO.
Of nil kiuds.
CAIRO POULTRY YARD,
Eighth troet, bet. Com. tmd Wak. avt.
CAIRO. : : : ILLINOIS
.ff-Goodi delivered to all part of tho City free
of cha rge. 4 ;
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY '
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Holiest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
ONE OFTIIE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
ERIES of the nineteenth century, and otio that takea
equal rank wltb the Invention of the telephone,
theelectrlc light and other acientlllc marvlia ol
the a't, It that of
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Thl Compound poHiss the most remarkable
Healing Propertlea of anv Uuo'Ai! agent employ
ed lor the purpose of cuilag
SORES, WOl'NDS. ci'TS. CRUISES,
InHumml and uhnvleil suifnccs, nml for
ALL SKIN DISASES. ,
It rlcatmltig prupertles remove nil Impurities
that hinder the formation of a healthy nVi.li. and
the work of cure gm mi Id completion with
mot WONIlKlilTL RAPIDITY. Let no family
bettitliotit a lint o It In the house. Physician
extol It virtues; and the the thousand who
hawmi-d it, unite ill recommending It. licware
Ask i'lflloury'sCwbolic S:ilw,niul take
TOIIX r. IIENIIY, C L'UUAN & CO.,
3j . Sole Proprietor.
BARCLAY CP.OS.. vho'.e.ab: Agi nts
DR. FOltl Ji:'
Liv'er k Stoinacli Pads.
TiW. r.EsT REMEDY
11:. ;,rov...l Itself by a Three Year Campaign of
VICTORIOUS T!!!U.MriIS .
cA si; al:.
Liver. Stomach ami Rowels.
I'M'.l:.c!eg n l .r;-r p, rtlets of uocuVrlu! a:u!
Thus :.:.; oth- r P'r.in'y hi -for" fiie p::bl!c. .
A PREVENTATIVE 01-' ALL EPIDEMICS.
Yc'.'.ow fever. Rllilon ar.d Typ'.iuld Fiver.
ALL MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC -PoISONS
Niutraute.:. Ekmuaied a'nd e.xv.-i'.ed throi'.gh
the La:ural i-icruiiuoa lv
lle.ilth Rfstorinir Liver & Stoinaih Tiiils
Au antidote thst ha proven it repellat.t force
U c:.pel Atmo'pherlc i.ernis ui Disease
that infest the air.
Av Ar.tiJot'.' an:! preventative fii:il cure for Chi!
drei.. summer Conip'aiiits.Cholera ItitHuium. Scar
el Fever, Measles. Whooping Cough, etc.
A preventative that I highly appreciated by quite
a miml'i r of motli .T who have tried them,
ir rorbe' Pad lie made from oENl'INE MED
ICAL EXTR.U TS.. possessing the best absorbent
properties know a to science, bin ir.g a direct appli
latfjn to the removal ot Morbid organic conditions
and restoring to he ilih. natural energy and norma!
activity the vital function v htch are weaketieu and
debilitated lv disea-e. tin: pruvinj themselves to
po--ea PuWEliEl'L REMEDY for all disease
of the Liver. Me.ruaeh and llowel-. a thtiiauds
civ. t.-tllv from practical experience.
N. II A the price of the Pad has been reduced.
It v.ia!e r the cli. apes! and mot eiiuvenient uildi
cation j oil can n-c tor any of the aliovo i!i-eae.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
ONLV ONE DOLLAR !
If after a fair trial you are dla:lfled, svi.d back
our Pad to the proprietor, and the
MONEY WILL P.E REFUNDED.
Ef"For a" advice i fr.i:i!i send sym ptoms and in
(ia:r'..'. i also for jingle Padi to
DR. . W. FORRES.
1T4 W. 4th St.. Cincinnati.
W ill he sold by all druggists.
bakt sc iiickcox,
W. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI.
"Sov cert'tl.-ate It: largi: circulars at drugstore
For .sale by (-E0. E. 0'IIARA, Iirns-i-t.
, -v " A MONTH gu.iranteed. Jl-J a
I j 1 1 I day a; home made by the Indtis
"v I II Itriij. Capital noi re(iilreil;
1 f If we will start you. Men, women.
v v !ioy and girl make money fas
ter at work for u thauat anv-
thlr.gelse. ThoworkU light nud pleasant, aud
such a any one can go right at. Those who are
wise who see notice will ca.l us their addresses ut
once and see for themselve CoMy Outtlt and
te-in free. Now I the time. Thoe already at
woik are lavingtip large sums of liumev. Address
TRl E Jit CO.. Augusta. Maine.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUOKS
SMYTH it CO..
Wlwles.Vi? and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquow
Wines of all Kinds:,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTI1 CO. have coustutitly a largo
stock of the best gocids lu tlm market ami give
especial utteutiou to the wholeiale branch of the
S-d W A A TO ?tV.Xi A YEAR, or J"; to
I U J li V'ju a dav In vour own locality
I 1ft I II I No risk Women do well
I ZJf " wen. Many make mon;
M-S y Vtlmn th mollnt mated
above, No one can fall to
make money fast. Anv 0110 ran do tho work. 1011
can mako from aoe to $';'an hour bv devoting your
evening nnd spurn time to the business. It cot
uothlna to try the limine. . Nothing like it for
money making everottered before. Business pleas
ar.1 and atrlctly honorable. Reader, If you want to
know all about the bout payliig bulue before the
public, aciid n your address and wo will icfd you
full particular nnd private term free; lample
worth fit also five; you can then make up your
mind forvoursulf. Address. OEOUOK STIN80N
Jt CO,, Portland, Maine.
Saya a Doston physician, "ha no equal a a blond
purifier. UeariuK of Ita many wonderful cure af
ter all other r medio had failed. 1 visited tho lub
ratory, and convinced myself of ll genuliiu merit.
II I prepared from hark, toot and herb, each of
which Is highly effective, and they are. compounded
in auch a inuuiiBt aa to produce astonishing result.
la thoRK-at blood purlfler.
Will cure the worm case of Scrofula.
Is recoinnu'iiilcd by phyjlciant and apothccarli'.
Ha effected tomv marvelott cure In cac of
Cure the wowt case iif Cauke'r.
Meets with wonderful Sucre. In Mercurial disease
Will eradicate Salt Rheittn from the system. J
Re::ire, l Pimple aud Humors from the fi.ee.
Cure Cottt ipatiou and regv.'.iies ilie bowel.
I- a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Ri store the etitirv system to a healthy condition.
Removes the cause of Dizziness.
Relieve Fiili:t:K'9 r.t the stomach.
Cures Pains in the Back.
Effectually cure Kidney Complaint.
Is effective In Its cure of Female Weaknesses.
I the great remcay for General Debility.
II. R. STEVENS, I30ST0: MASS.
Voffoliup is SoM l.y all Di'iijffists,
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
D11 Titt ha succeed
d in couiliiniiig in these
illls the heretofore an-aL-oiil-tic
dualities of a
Cl RE SICIv IIEADACD
1:1 it a I'urilying I oiilc.
Their llrs't iippareut ef-
CI RE DYSPEPSIA.
iect is to Increase the np
jietite by causing the
food to properly lissluil.
late. ThiiHthesystem la
l I RK CONSTIPATION
lourished. and by their
oulo action on Hie diges
tive organs, regular and
Cl HE PILES.
lealthv fvactialioiis are
me rapiuny wnu
which the persons take
CURE FEVER omlAgu
111 llcsh while under the
influence of these pills,
indicates their adapta-
illity lo nourish the Don-.-.
hence their efllracv iu
'iiiinir nurvoii debllllv,
CVREF.ILIors C ,LIC
vastni" 01 inn muieics
jslugglslinesa of the liver,
limine constipation. aim
imparting health and
trengtn !' 1110 sysieni.
CURE TORPID LIVE I'
Sold even w here.
PRICK i'i CENTS.
M Mnrrnv Street.
iV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The JLargest Variety Stock
IN THIS CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cct.Nlnetoeuthtreetndl rnil'ft TIL
Commercial Ave., ( UUU,lUi
O. O. PATIER & CO.
For tho Cairo Bulletin.
"I don't love tha roso, It hurt mo ao,
With cruel llttlo thorn,
Who care how bright It leaven may plow,
When Ita lance I keen aa acorn."
And to tho blue-eyed muldeu said.
Turning from him away,
Pouting her Up of coral ted.
In willful chlld-llko way.
"My hand shall gather the violet
In mossy woiKllaud dull,
Whereeach moruliiu dew-drop tremble wet,
As a fairy 'ft tluy well."
And the lover murmured to hlmaelf,
"The wild roo wound mo too,
Who carea to love a merry elf
Whole heart one can uot woo!" '
For the Cairo Bulletin.
OCTOBER CROWX THEE, DARLING.
October fair, l coming
With changing gold and brow 11 ;
The leaves In dusky forest,
Are slowly dropping down.
Outuber fair, Is wreathing
For thee It gayest, crown.
The brooklet' rippling waters
Are sparkling clear and cool:
The rustv weeds are dying
Around the stagnant pool.
October crown thee, darling
October, calm, and cool.
The crip verbena' scarlet
Still irlow In garden bowers:
While fading bell and blossom
AH mark the fleeting hour.
October crow n thee, darling.
With autumn' glowing slower.
All hroiu'dthe con; stalks g!!teii.
Beneath the golden still
Each shock a faithful w itness
That summer' work Is done.
October crown thee, darling,
'Though summer' rose Is gone.
Octotiet" glowing chaplet
Will crow u the hill away,
Sweetheart, where oft we wander-il,
Many an autumn day.
October crown ihee, darling.
Though suiiunei'' flower decay.
October's trailing g.irtiieut
All yellow , red and brown,
Sweetheart, where oft together,
We shook the ripe nuts down.
October crow u thee, darling,
Though iiimmer- birds have flown,
And w hile I sil here dreaming.
I eeem to sue thee there.
Where October's lights, the softest.
Fall 011 thy Jetty hair,
By the- garden gate there walling
In the hazy autiuii air.
October, crown my darling;
October, crow n thee, sweet.
Wheie maple leaves are dropping,
All crimson at thy feet.
Afar I send thee greeting
October crown thee-iwcot!
Kate W .
OUTt WASHINGTON LETTER.
Washimitdk, September 20, 1879.
If any one lias lingering: doubts as Jo the
end of hard times and the return or "pros
perity, a trip to Washington will assure
him. The aspect of the national capital is
a good index of business throughout the
country. When everything tends down
wards, the capital's transient population
grows less and it droops. When things
tend upward, the population of pleasure
seekers and "winter resorters" increases and
the capital lifts its head. Its aspect is
now brighter than it was. At no time iu
its history have rents been so in demand as
now, nor can the oldest .inhabitant re
member when so much huildin' was jroiii"
on. The class of ruts demanded and of
houses going up also indicates that times
are better. The wants arc of a higher
order than have been the rule for years.
The new houses are especially notice
able for their elegance. The Nothwest
part of the city is tho quarter most rapidly
being built up. The places of particular
attraction are tho "circles," or points of in
tersection of the streets and avenues, and
these are the most beantitul sities for
dwellings by sill odds that any city 011
this continent can boast of. They are on
high ground, ornamented with parks in tho
centre, are smoothly paved and arc very
roomy. Before many years these spots will
lie richer in architectural elegance than any
like spots in .tie world probably, if we may
judge of the work now going oii about
them, both private and public. For, in
this connection, I should not forget to say
that the public works all about Washing
ton tiro, keeping pace with private enter
prise. The old rough and ragged pave
ments are being taken up and replaced by
smooth concrete of the best kind. New
streets arc being opened, new parks arc be
ing developed, the extensive government
groundS around tho executive mansion, tho
atutc department and the Washington
monument are being laid out on a grand
scale, nnd all these works within
ono year will change tho faco
of the city very much for tho better. Tho
capital grounds aro also improving every
'day. Add t6 tlieso, tho proposed national
fair with its surroundings proposed as a
permanent institution, will it is believed
add another Important attraction to tho
many it has now. In conclusion of this
subject, let mo predict that iu five years
from now Washington City will ho moro
attractivo as a splendid city than as tho
capital, and that it will riso with tho hand
somest of European capitals,
Senator Hamlin's nomination of Blaiue
lor president is responded to by Gov. Ker
kitis, of Co., who wants tho Republican
ticket to bo Blaino and Booth, meaning
Senator Booth of Culifornia, and this right,
in tho teeth of Grant's reception.
It is likely there Is not much to bo made
of the reported quarrel in tho democratic
committees lately here, rrolmbly Mr.
Thompson said that Jlr. Thurman's return
to tho' Senate was moro important than Mr.
Ewiiifr's election, and probably some of the
others differed with him, believing that the
election of the State ticket must, have a
more important effect abroad. But it is
improbable that the quarrel went so far as
to create a serious breach or to provoke
threats of retaliation from the friends of
Thurman and Ewing against those aspirants
for public honors.
The effort to kill the colored Republican
postmnster ot BlnckvUlo, S. C. creates quite
a stir. The shooter is a friend of Senator
Butler, and the LVpublic.nis try to mako
capital of the fact that Butler trieij to have
the postmaster removed, and talked thront
iT.iugly about him.
SrnniTxo and Avoidino Feveii and
Am u. Of all chronic diseases, fever and
ague is perhaps tho least conquerable by tho
ordinary resources of medicine. There is,
however, a remedy which completely roots
it out of the system in any and all of its
various phases. This celebrated anti-periodic
is vegetable in composition, and is
not only efficacious, but perfectly safe, a
thing that cannot be predicated with
truth of quinine. Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters is, besides, a most efficient means of
defense .against malaria, as it endows tho
physique with an amount of stamina which
enables it to encounter miasmatic influences
without prejudice to health. Persons about
to visit, or living in, foreign countries, or
portions of our own where intermittent or
remittent fevers prevail, should not omit .o
lay in a sumcicnt supply ot the great Pre
ventive, both to avert such diseases and dis
orders ol the stomach, bowels and liver
common to such localities.
Sweet cream will make as good butter
in winter as is wanted in any market, if
treated with the Perfected Butter Color ot
Wells, Richardson & Co., Bmliugton, Vt.
White butter will (hid slow sale, though
just as sweet. It is the color alone that
makes the difference.
Docui.e scffekejw. If the thousands that
now have their rest and comfort destroyed
by complications of Liver and Kidney com
plaints would give nature's remedy, Kidney-
n ort, a trial they would bo speedily cured.
It acts on both organs at the stvtue tunc nnd
therefore completely fills tho bill for a
perfect remedy. If you have a lame back
and disordered Kjdneys use int once.
' 'i ' C i) - I.,.,;-
Alex. FitoriiixuiiAM & Co., have been
for many years steck brokers and bankciu,
in New York, at 12 Wall Street. They
have the reputation of gaining for their
customers latge returns from investments
ranging from 50 to 200, and havo the en
viable reputation of always making quick
returns. Send for their Fiunncial Report,
That 8 and 3 make 4 is an established
fact none can deny. That Portalino is the
K'st remedy in the world for all disorders of
tho stomach nnd liver, is another fact to
which all who have tried it will bear testi
mony. It is entirely vegetable, and com
pounded with the greatest care; each pack
ago containing so doses for an sdnlt.
Price 50 cents. Barclay Bros., Agents.
Betting is a mighty bad thing, the fact
is, it never benefits any ono except tho win
ner, while tho loser has a kiud of lost look
nnd feeling. But if you can get a dead
sure thing, why then put up your last dol
lar on it. We know of ono such chance.
You can bet your last dollar on Tablcr's
Buckeye Pile Ointment curing in every case.
Price 50 cents. Barclay Bros., Agents.
A Card To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a receipt that will
cure you, fkek op chatuie. This groan
remedy was. discovered by a missionary it
South America. Send a sell-addressed en
velope to the Rev. Joseph T. Ixman, Sta
tion I). New York City.
Don't Bk Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got tho Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with SMIoh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. Wo '
know it will cure when till others fail ami
our faith in it is so positive that wo will re-
fuud tho price paid if you receive no lam
ent. Is not tliis a fair proposition. Prico
lOcts. BOcts. and 1,00 per bottle. .'For
hiVio Chest, Back or side, use Shiloirn
rorous Plaster. Price 23 cts. For sale by
Barclay Brothers. i
Why will you suffer with tho Dyspepsia
nnd liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
cral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarattteo to cure you. Trice
10 cts. and 73 cts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmetack" a popular and fragraa
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Kidney-Wokt is tlio safest ami boat
remedy for Kidney and Liver diseases,
Piles and 'Constipation.
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco.