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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1880.
NEW SERIES-NO. 172.
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1)1RK-'T0RY- BAILIIOADS. . . ; . MEDICAL. 1 YKuETIXE ' "
of the leading buKlneaa houc who advertise
ment may be round In Tut Hli.i.btdi, ,
DRY GOOim. '
C. O. Pallor Jt Co., Commercial tvrnut nd Nine-
t'-c: 0 ( h ln!t.
Chi. It. tttewtrt, Eighth utreet.
Pctt:.fc Bird, VUnj,'lou tveuue and, Eighth
;r. 1. It. Marctn; ofllee, HU Commercial avenue.
li. IV. C. Jnielyu, Eighth near Commercial.
Ur. K V. Whlllock, l:)d Commercial avenue
IIuM. Smyth, No, W Ohio levee.
II, II. Cand'ie. So. TOOhio levee dtp ctulrn).
Knuluhlu Life, of New York, corner Tvadfth aud
Widow aud Orpliuu Mutual Airt Society, Seventh
and Comtn r ial avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Linear I.enndcu, No. 114 Cummer ial avcunc.
GEN ERAI.COM MISSION MERCHANTS.
IltMldav Bro , proprietor Egyptlm Mill
'I'lil.-tlcwiMiit it Moure, No. ia" aud 1-iT
DRUGGISTS -WHOLESALE AX1) RETAIL.
Ilirday BriM.,)hlo levee ami corner Kthtli and
Alexander County Bank. Mb and Comm .-elcl
City National, Ohio luvoe.
Champion. Tlireo State.
Jo'jn Sptoat, corner Twelfth and Levee.
K ('. Kurd. Corner Ninth and Ciitnmcn la!.
K. 1(. TIME CARD TCAIK0.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. K.
miNimtvr. - TK4iNnr.i'AiiT
V 1 i;ln a.m. ; Mail.... :!.o:,a.m.
K :preM......aftp.aa- 1 fcxprc vatp.tu.
D miiuin Aeioniruotfatioii ....- 3.1' p. in.
CAIRO A VIM .'ESSES It. It
M .til 10:05 p.m. I Mall ....!.' a.W.
' CAIK0 4ST.L0fISIt.lt.
Eiprc V10 p.m. I Kpre S:4t. ro
Accom'i!a;Vn 11: p.m. I Atcum'datlut. l:tp. in
CHICAGO. ST. I.onSANDNEWOKLEAS.Sn.n
iUil 5: p.m. Mail J:(X1a.ui.
C. A. 4 T. RAILROAD
Trxt epr.. . .2: I m. I Test expr 3:13p.m.
Accommodal'ii : a.m. !
Ci KNEBAt. DELIVERY open ::' in.; clocea
J :tp.m.; Sunday: to t. m.
Money Order Dcpartm.'ot open at 8 a. m.; cloe
'Th,",w!i F.rpre M: !1 fit Illlnoln Central and
yiMUnippi tu:rl Railroad clue at U::p. ni.
Cairo aud Poplar Ultiir TLmuj! aud ay Mall
r'.iMF at WJ p. n. , , ....
War Mitil ria ll'.luoU Central. Cairo aiid Mil
eenr.oa aud Mi.ii'pi Central lUilroadh cioe at
Way M tir Narrow (IJDie Kallrnnd clone at 8
'cairo;id Kvaitol'.le River Rotitii flowi at 6:30
f. m. ci'iy tmcpt IVid.ty).
: City Officers.
Mror-N. II- Tliixtlewood.
iv'funr Edvni IW.ouia.
('l'Tk-Itnnl. J. I'oley.
Cuunelnr- Win. B. t.UVrt.
K'AKO Of ALUEIIIISX.
rirt Wanl-M ..I. Ilile. , . ,
S.j.:ond Ward-l'avtd T. Linear, t. It. Wood-
Third Ward-W. P. Wriclit. Egbert Smith.
Kuartli Wrd-Curle O. I'a'.ier. Jiimej kynt'lon
Kilth Wird-T. W. Hallliloy, Krnet U. 1'ettlt.
Circuit .Iiide ft. A. darker.
Circuit Cler-J. A. irv.-n.
County Judre R. (". "i oi-um.
Comity Clerk J- llua-m.
Ctmntv Aturny-W. C. M'llker.
Coutiiy Tn-ainnT-A. J. Aldi 'i.
Crotier-R. K.twrait. ,
Count C.minU'.oucr I. Ualll., 11.
Brown. Samuel Brlley.
fin :rch f-x.
AKRIi KN M. E.-T'ourteetitU atreet. li.-tweea
Walnut and Cvdnr trei:n: nervier Salil-ath 11
t. in. und 7:.J" p. in.; Sunday Sc'uooll :S0 p. m.
ClIIIilSTIAN Ellitiienih atri'ct; ineetitij Sab
. bsthlO:.Wp. m,; preachlnu i.ciii'iiully.
inCRC-II OF T11E REDEEM ER--(Epl-copBl)
J Fourt' eiilli stasei : Suiulnv Monilus prajer
j,j;:K) a. m.; tvetilif prayer. 7 p. m.: Mttidsy
achool :;w a. m. I rldi'v evuiins prayer 7::m. m.
IIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHVKCH.
V I'reaclilntr at l(i:") a. in., 8 p. m., and ?: p. m.
Salib-ith aehool tt 7:W p, m. Rev. T. J. Shore,
I CTH ERAS Thirteenth itrect; aervlcca Nth
J bath 1 : St t. w. i Sunday ni'liool i p. til. Rov.
MKTIIODIST Cur. Etehth and Walnut utrcet:
Preu'hintt Sibbatli lo::iil a. m. and 7 p.m.;
pniver iiiw'.iuK. Wedtiecilay ':W p. m.; Sunday
Scii'oiil, V a. ui. Iter. Wumakor, pastor.
IlRESHYTERIAN-ElL'litb Hreot: preaclilu.j on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:p. io.; (.rari-r
muotlnu WediienUav at 7:Hjp. m.i Sunday bcliiml
at it p. ru. Rev. 0. Y. lietriri!, pjalor.
OECOSD FREK-WILL BAPTIST - Firteei.tU
O alreet, between WaHitit and Cediir etreol. ar
Ticea Sabbath tit a tud 7:U0 p, m.
ST. .JOSEPH'S (Roman Calliollo) Comer Cm
nnd Walnut attveia; eribe Stbhath l():;tnii.
m.; Sunday Sehiwil t 1 p. ut. ; Vvapcra 3 p. ui. ; aur
Tlieacvorytlajr at Dp. in.
ST. PATRICK'S (lloinnn Cutholli:) Corner Nlmh
tret and Wualiltmtoa tvuniiv; torvlcea Sab
hath 8 tud 10 a, ta. t Ypem 4 p. m. i Sauday S. hool
t p. m. aervlcea every day at s p, ui. iter. t iabul,
TAT F.N TS.
Oblainitrt for now Invention, or for Intproytimenti
on old .lie; Tor medlenl or other com pouuda, trade
mark Hud Inbula. Caveat, Aaalgiitneati, Inter
feruneea, AppAl Hull for InftTnirementa, and
til raaea nrialii under the Patent l.atva. prompt
ly atletidert to. Invention that have been
itV I VitTL'l.hr ho Patent OtJlct niayttlll.
iil'ifJ TA; J J If In mote.ae, bunatotited by
it. Belli opinllo tlm II, S, Patent Uennrtineui,
and e II (to It" d l Potent btialnei rxe.lualvely, we cud
tnnka e.loaer aonrchea, und fee tire Patent more
promptly, tnd with broader clalma, than thoao who
are ru:oln from Walilni(tnu.
1 T VW V'l H?Sl nd u a modul or akctnh of
1 IN V I1-!! lUJlOymir device! we ninku
anilnaltbn and advlau aa to mieiitabllltv, free nl
t'hnriie. All correapondenca atrle.tly eonlldentlHl,
l'rira low, nnd no chnra nnlea Pawut la aucumd.
We rurnr In WaMhlnutiin, to Hon Puatitiater
Unnnrnl I). M. Key, Hot. F, D.I'nwnr. Thr Ucrnian
American Natloual Hnk, tooitlrlulalu the V. b.
1'atont Offloo, and to Henatnra and hrpremntHtlvva
I u Ufnaro: and epeolully to onv elliiiil In every
btuto In thf Union tnd In Canada, Addier
OypoiluPttutOCtc9.WublStun Dj C
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
.- V 1-1 "I 1
k PASFNTiFT? TRAINS I.KAVB AND
. x Aooriiiur-U arrive daily.
ST. LOUIS VIA. C.UUO SHORT LINE,
without rbansrliiK cara. The diroct route to
. New York
And all EASTERN POINTS,
AnJ all NORTHERN POINTS.
Tralua leave nJ arrive at Cairo a folio we :
Exprea. dully except Sunv SCi p.m.
.Mall, dally '. 1:10 n.m.
E.tpr . dally !W, p.m.
Mall, daily exei-pt Suudiy :j:?ia.m.
JAMES JOIIVSMN. JdliN II., TONES,
(ictl'jra! S.,u A jr. Pt.-i ;er A?t.
(JAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
-ttyrx'TtiTLf- t-1 ur"
IT. AV. 8MITHER8, Tteoelver.
SHOItTEST SHORT LINE CETVEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
ThrouEb Eipreu leavea Cairo 3:45 a ru.
Through Expreaa arrive at E. St. Loula.. 5:00p.m.
Through Kipr-f a leavet E. St. Louie.... 9.(X)a.m.
Through Expivae arrive at Cairo R:I0 p.m.
Munihyaburoaccommodatlonleare Cairo 1 :00 p.m.
Mii'phyfhoro Accarrlvea at Murphyaboro 7:80 p.m.
Mnrphyaboro Acc. leaves Mnrphycboro. .. S.iWa.m.
Murphyhoro Acc. arrive at Cairo tl :'S a.m.
The Cairo Jt St. Loni Kail Road to the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Lo'.i'a nnderoue
management, therefore there aro no ddaya at
way etatkiot awaiting connection) frooi other linee.
Cloee aud anre connection" at St. Loui with other
line fur North, East and West
J. A. NAUGLE.
L. M. JOIINSON.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI RAILWAY.
TIME TAni.E OF P.'N(;EI. Ti'.AlNS KRO.M
vixcKNSES (Nov. 30, 1.79.)
No. a Day Expro Except Sunday) !:3ti j). m.
d Epresa i Except Simdai t -X p. m.
4 Night E.prea (.Daily) !2:)t, n:.
No. 5 Expren (Except Sunday) :'. n:.
' 1 Day Exu' (Kvci-pl Sunday) -J:.V) p. m.
" 3 Nubt hxpreae t Ual'y) 1 H . m.
J. R.Ci.xnK, C. S. CofK. Jn ,
Aent Yincenne. On. Ticket Aj't Cluci-natl
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
' offi e K :
Cor. Twelfth Street ami Levee,
1 ALLIDAY BROTHERS,
FLOUR, GRAIN' AND HAY
Highest Cash Pl ic'e Paid for WLeat.
TO (MO00 A YftAR, or .T to
your own locality
Women do a well
uur ui.'ilco more
nbovo, No ono can full to
mnko money fat. Any one can do tho work. You
ran make from 60c to $) nu hour by dovottng your
HvenliiL-a audepnro time to the bulne. It coat
not.liltitftotiy tliu bulnea. Nothing llko tt for
money maklnit everollVnid before.' Ituatneai pleaa.
itr.l and airlutly honorublo. Huadur, If you wnnt to
know all about the bt paylnn httalue beluni the
tin'illo, ai'itd tta your itddrea nnd wo will aend you
mil particular tnd private terra ftvo; tampion
worth .l tlaofieej you win then tnako up yo;r
mlud roryouranlf. Addrett URORUU 8TIN'3otn
CO, PortltutUllalUK. ,. .
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
ERIES of the nlnotentli century, and one that takea
equal rank with tho luventlou of the telephone,
tlio electric lik'htaod other eclentltlc marvlee ol
Iheaa, la that of '
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Tbl Compound postt the mott remarka'j'.o
Healtng Propettlea of tcy known agent employ
ed for tuc purpose of coring
BORES. WODNOS. CLT8, BRUISES,
Influniod and abradod surfaces, and fur
It cleanaln properties remove all Imptiritlek
that binder the formation of a healthy Aeab. and
the work of cure coo on to completion with
most WONDEHKUL RAPIDITY. Let no family
bi-wilhout a box of it In the bourn, phyale.luo
extol IU virtue. ; and the tho thouannd who
havenned it, unite iu reeommeudlui; it. Beware
Ask for Henry b Carbolic Sulvo.ani tnke
JOHN F. HENRY, CL'RRAN & CO.,
(3) Sole Proprietor,
BARCLAY1 BROS., wholesale Aceuts.
If yon are a man of bualui'H. weakened by tho atralu
u. your duties, avoid stimulant at:d urc
If yon arc man of letter, tolling over jour midnight
work to reoboie brnln. nerve tud a:c. uae
If you are young and aufferluit from anv Indiscre
tion or diBl'rttiou: if yon a e nuril. d or rlinj'u,
old or yotiuj, vulfcrliu from poor health, or
latigulebiin; on t lied '.'f ci'.iiue-) rely on
HOP B I TTE I1S
Wborveryou are, when ver yon are. whenever yon
feel that your syctom neeilncleunnlnj;, toning or
tim'ilatlug. ivltliout Intoxicating, tuke
Have you dynpepala, kidney or urinary complaint,
dieao of the 'umtch, bowel, hlo'id. liver,
or uervee? You will be cured If you Uft
If yon aro lm;',y wenkond low apirl'.cd, try it! Buy
it. Lpaijt upon It. Yonr drujiuiat keep it.
It may ae your life. It haa aavvd hundred.
, Hop Couch Cure l- tho sweetest, aafcjt and bet.
The Hop Pad fur tjtnach. liver and kidney.. I
mperior to all oit-r. Cure by sbtorptlon. It i
O. I. C. it uu atmuiut'.' and Irrcflatable cire fur
drunkenua, uacof opium, tobarcn or nan-otica
Above sold by drnua'al. HOP BITTERS MFO.
Co., Rochester, N. V.
irvi t m-Ti
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANt,
W. P. BALI. IDA Y, President.
H. I.. IIALf.IDAY, V!c-PreMeut.
J . H. SMITH, Acting fa-bar.
t. taats TATton, v. r. Br.trnAr,
HKKHT L. UALI.UJV, B. K. Cl'NNttiOHASl,
. B.l'lUJir'ilh, -TSl'llKS U.ltU.
H It. CltOKZ.
F.xfhunae, Coin and United States Bonds
BOVOST ANI SULO.
Doii.-.ji:rKe;ved and t cecvri; bankin'.' huatnci
3 75 a
re -a ,
10 PATENT, NO PAY
obtained for mechanical device, medical or other
compound, ornameiital dealn. trademark and
lubele. Caveat. Aaaiijiimeuia, Iut-rlerenceB. In.
friumvnu. and all matter relutiua; to l'.itema,
promptly attended to. We make prellmiua'y ex
tmlnHtioii and furulah opinion a to patentabili
ty, free of charge, aud ail who are lnturcttud In new
Invention nnd Patent are invited to .end for t
copy of our "tilildo forobtalulirn patent." which
I tent free to uuy odddreaa, aud contains complete
Instruction how to obtnln Patonti aud other valu
able matter. Utirluirtbe pat the year we have
obtained nearly three thnuaand Patent for Ameri
can and Foreign inventor, aud can nlvoaatlfaotory
reference In alniOHt every county In thu In Ion.
Addrea: LOUIS MAOUER Jt CO., Solicitor of
Patent and Attorney at Law, I.e. Droit liulUllnif
Wablnt;tn, D. C.
AliEN'f S .WANTED.
FRIGHT, ATTRACTIVE, CHEERFUL.
Mm. Julia M'.Xnlr Wright.' Nvw Book .'
The COMPLETE HOME
Full of Practical Information.
The young House keeper' Guide.
Tho experienced Hottau keepei' Friend.
Houac-Kooplmr, Cooltlup, l)rc. Accident. Slob
ueaa, Children, Company, Mairluuc ltolltiion.
Moral. Money, family Wovernmeut, and mulll
tilde of other topic fully treated, Tell how to
mako home Diiaulirul and Ui)ppy "A Hook of
more practical utility will ai ldotn, If ever.bii found
otitaluoof ItiNplratlon," Cbrlatltiu Advocate. , ,
VaaIaj In evory city home T)v",c0 ami P001
i lltltu Q all country home lJ yotiuKimn old
Kiue Paper, Clear Type, Uunutlrul lllndiuir, Splen
did lllnatrMlotit., Nearly UOU ptpo. , low price.
Agents Wanted DuburtptioB
Ktee, J. C. CI' ROY CO., Phlladelphlt, I'.
, CluclnuaU, O., C'tilvaeo, VAti, or Stv luutt, Mo.
SavtaBo'tou phylc.iati, "ha no equal ai a blood
narifier. Ileariuit of It many wonderful euro af
ter all other remedies had failed. I veiled tho lab
ratory, and conviuced myaeif of IU genuine merit.
It I prepare i from bark, root and herb, each of
which li highly effective, and they aro compounded
in ucb a maunerato produce ttonlbiiiK ruirulta.
la tli'j crcnt blood pnrlfler. ,
Will ctrrc the worat case of Scrofula
I reconiucr.ded by phyalclun and apothecarl'ci.
Hat fc&cteti tome marveloti cure In canc of
Cuntir. ,. , ' ., i r i
Cnrc tie vrcrat cases of Canker.
Meet with wonderful luces In Mercurial disease
Will eradicate Salt Ehenra from the sy.tem.J
Reuiovea l'i::iples and Humors from the face.
VEGETINE, ; ,
Cur sit ComttpAtiunftDd rejulati'i tJiu bowel, t
U a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dypepia. .
Kuitore the entire system to a healthy condition.
R:-more the cause of Dir.zint .
Relieve Faictncts at the ito:nach .
Cures Pains la the Back.
Effectually cure Kidney Complaint.
la tractive la It enre of Female Weanuaca.
la the vat re::teuy for Cenvral DoM'.lty ,
H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vfjfctiue is Sold "Hv all Di'Uffjfists,
PHYSICIAN'S. CLERGYMEN AND THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
CI RE CONSTIPATION.
CVKE KK V Eli aud Agm
Cl EE 1III.IOCS C LIC
l ure KIDNEY l'omplniut
( TRR TORPID LIVER
Pit Tctt tia wuccced
iid lu combluliii; in theae
pill the lieretol'oiu an-
I Mfrtin ImI ii rnlilltfl u it a
on a runiyinx lume.
Their Ural appur'.-nt ef-
I tit tlll'IStuu tlti,
tu.tttM liv i-anuliiff tti
llood to properly UKaltul.
pie. nine luefvaiem i
iinui'fthed, nnd ly ilieir
Inn tit nit l.,n ,n, tin, ill ..it-
tlve oriian. regular and
:icuitMy ovacuauoua tire
The rapidity with
which tho iieinoua take
nn Arkh wlnlii nml.,1- t)m
ititluence of tbee pill,
tunicate ttieir auuptu
blllty to notirirh I lie bod-
.. 1 I..
, iiuui.u iiiuir v-iiiLii, , iii
uplntf iiii.v.iii, fl,,1llll.
Iwastltii' of the' muacle
lUKii-nue oi me liver,
mn.iellilff ImMllTi ftnrl
Uiitni: li to the ayatcm.
M Murray Street,
Jf EW YORK STORE,
VHOLESALE ASD RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
' IX TIC C1TV
. ' - ' ' ' ' t
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
' fr i.'e'
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, January, 12, 3 r;.u.
Wlieat Unchnnged. Wheat, lis ld(ii
lis Od; Spring, 1032dlls; California
10s 8dU Cd; Cniiforniiulul), lis 3d
Hi lOd; Coni.u 7d .ia TJd. ..
' NEW YORK GRAIN. ,
New York, January, 12, 13
Wheat quiet No. 2J Chicago, l J3
$t 4.'j; No. 2, Milwmikee, 1 451 46; Red
Winter, 1 47 t 83; No. 2, Red Win
tor, f 1 51J, No. 2 Amber, J 40 Corn
iiuiet: No. 2, 59!.(c.
CniCAdO, January 12, 10:00 A. M
Corn Fel.ruary, 40c; May, 4444 &(:;
Onts-Fehninrj-, 85c; May, 8l.
Wheat-Feliruary $1 27,V: Marcln
ft I '2XJZ.
Pork February, 37 Ji;
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Ai.t.tMT.i, Me., Jan. 11. Lewis Barker,
uu behalf his client, Ebenezer Sptoulo of
Vcazie, has attached the property of E. F.
Pillbbury of the Maine Standard on libel
bused upon an article in that paper charg
ing bribery. Personal service will be niudo
on Pillsbiiiy to-morrow. Tho ca.se will be
tried in Penobscot county.
It is hinted that the programme of the
FusionLsts will be to send thu acrgeaut-at-arms
from the house to arrest either Eugene
Hale or Prof. Young, or both, and bring
them into the house to form a quorum. It
is i:dw utterly impossible to secure a quo
rum unless the presenco of Republican
members is secured, and that seems hardly
possible, as the failure to secure a quorum
tints far had more strongly entrenched the
Repilblicans in their position. The Fusion
ists will exhaust every possible menus to le
gally elect tho governor and council, which
will be a Bignal for proceeding to business
which has been suspended entirely. How
such an election can be held, and bow, it
would be regarded by Oen. Chamberlain,
now acting as governor, is not known,
but that it is contemp!ted it gathered
from consultation with leading Fnsionists
and their remarks in the senate.
The feeling is quite general that the
lllt'Uilieia from (liu cities will lie allowed
soon to take seats. Maj. Smith, tho Green
back candidate, left for homo Saturday
but expects to return the first of the week
D. F, Davis remalus on the ground. On
Saturday- prominent Fusionlats applied to
Gen. Chamberlain for the discharge of the
Augusta police in charge of tho state-house
expressing a belief that tho public property
was not endangered. Gen. Chamberlain
informed them that if the request was
grauted lie would order two companies of
militia to take their place. Tho order was
written for two companies to come by 8
o'clock, but the gentleman making tho re
quest changed their minds and the order
was cancelled. . 1
A SAl) CALAMITY.
Fa m: hurt, Ills., Jun.ll.A horrible acci
dent occurred hero yesterday in the Central
shaft. Four tons ot soapstono fell from tho
roof of tho mint!, instantly crushing to
death Allied Eaton. lie was a young man
and the entire support of his mother nnd
four children, lie was ruling at tho bot
tom of the shalt in a cur which jumped tho
track, knocking out the support of the
overhanging roof. The funeral to-day In
tlie Baptist church drew a large crowd.
PuWdKIl EXPLOSION OS A STKAMHOAT.
KvANHViiiLK. Jan. 1 1 .A keg of powder
exploded in the loivcastlo of tho Idlewild
ut Weston lliis morning, blowing off her
forteastle and her larboard hull to the wa
ter's edge, badly injuring nine of her col
ored crow. The boat is helpless at Weston.
There were two other keg by tho ono ex
ploded, but they were unijured.
PAIINULL INVIVKDTO INDIANAPOLIS.
IkoianpoIiIH. Jan. U. A largo moeting
of citizens, under the auspices of tho Irish
Nationalists of this city, was held at the
supreme court room this afternoon and pro
sided over by the mayor of the city, A num
ber of distinguished gentlemen were pres
ent, including Hon. T. A. Hendricks, Hon.
J. G. Shauklin, Hon. John Caven, Hon. E.
C. Buskirk, Hon. J. B. Ryn,and Gen. Dan
iol McCauley. It was decided to oxtend an
Invitation to Mr. Pamell to visit this city,
and aenmmittoo consisting of the following
named persons was nppointod for tho pur
posot Hon. T. A, Hendricks, Gov. D.
Williams, Hon. John Caven, Hon, J. G.
Shauklin, Gen. Daniel McCauley and non.
Jos.', Bi', Ryan. t Gov. Hendricks being
loudly called for mado a short but pointed
addrcas favoring tho movement. ?, ? J t
" nit at a paper 'mill' 1 ? :
Cincinnati Jin. 10. A pccial to th
' "', I...' I ,' , ' M "1 i; "' ;Y M'! '?
Gazette, firn ..Chillicotlic, phio, snys"th
extensive straw sheds k-longing to Ingham
&CVs paper mill burned this afternoon.
Tho stock-room was Also damaged by tho
firo. It was supposed to bo incendiary.
Loss, $1,000; fully insured, . f
CHOKED TO DEATU.
Erie, Pa., Jan. H.-Capt. C. L. Pierce a.
young lawyer of this city, formerly clerk
ol courts, choked to death at dinner to
day, while trying to shallow a large mouth
ful of meat. A bottle of brandy was found
in his pocket, and it is supposed ho had
SCARLET FEVER AT CARKOLLTON.
. Grkkxpield, 111.,-Jan.lO. The fatal epi
demic which has terrified our citizens for
somo weeks past has greatly subsided. No
new cases have been reported for several
days. . Tho schools are again in progress
and confidence is being fully established.
The fatal wave seems to be going westward.
It has just struck Carrollton, and the peo
ple of that city aro in a state of alarm.
New York City, Juno 10, 1870.
Entirely Recovered. II. II. Warren
Jb Co. Gentlemen I hereby certify that
my who una uocn usin Warners Palo
Kidney snd Liver euro for Bright's Disease,
and sho is now entirely recovered. When
all physician's remedies failed, she was in
duced to try your remedy, and received
beneficial results from the first bottle. Af
ter taking four bottles sho was entirely
cured. ( t Truly yours .
. Robert B. FrrzaKiiALD.
LINCOLN AT GETTYSBURG.
A correspondent of tho Springfield Re
publican thus describes Lincoln's appear
ance a the Gettysburg celebration : "Tho
day was beautiful, and Lincoln, when he
approached the battlefield, was tho one on
whom ull eyes were fastened. Ho rode to
the spot where tho exercises took place ou
horseback, and looked awkward in a long,
black overcoat which almost covered the
horse's flanks, with a sorry-looking black
silk' hat resting on the back part of his
head. His face was a study, and its worn
expression, caused by tho mighty cares of
that momentous period of our history, ap
pealed to all hearts. No man's deportment
that day gave more solemn assurance of tho
deepest interest in all that took place than
did Lincoln's. When he reached Cemetery
Hill I noticed he gavo a sweeping glance
over tho Held, and never shall I forget its
expression, it was a sort of "far away look,"
such as it is said one always see in the faces
of those destined to die fouu, and seems to
see the spirits of those gone before.
"The Rev. Dr. Stockton, chaplain of the
senate, opened the proceedings with prayer,
und was followed by Edward Everett, the
matchless orator, wUo epoUo ft unulj
two hours, delivering a most polished ad
dress of over sixteen thousand words; tho
foot soldiers who stood in line in front of
the platform, were somewhat wearied. Af
ter the sinking of a hymn by the choir
from Philadelphia, Lincoln then addressed
the assemblage, dedicating the grounds.
When he came to the words, "But in a
larger sense, wc cannot dedicate, we can
not consecrate, vie caunot hallow this
ground. I have ucver seen an orator (and
I have heard Webster, Choate, Sumner,
Pierre Soule, fiotts, Rantoul and other
great orators) command such an intense in
terest. It was ono of tho most supreme mo
ments, when a person feels he is taking
part in a scene which will live in history
and bo referred to by one's children; and so
it proved. Tho country appreciated the
greatness of Lincoln's soul, and his heart
appealing' words, will live in our history
when some of our orators will be for
No Mork Hard Times: If you will
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that cures always at a trilling cost, and you
will see good times and have good .health.
Another Savings Bank gone up! Thi 1
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for their surplus cash. Any man who ban
25 eta. to invest cannot do better than buy
a box of Mott's Liver Pills, for they never
fail. Alwavs keen them in the house. '
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