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of ttiu U'udtntf tiuslueaa Lotiaet whose drertie
in i! uu may lie found lu Tui IIui.letin.
CO. I'alkr X Co., Commercial avenue and Nine
i. U. Wil'lamaou Co.
Yociiui ft Broderlck, Wan. Ave., cor. Elifhth.
Deuul A O'l-oiiRlilin. Poplar, cor Twentieth.
Dr. J. H. Maruan; ofllce, Id) Commercial avenue.
Dr. W, ('. Jori'lyn, Klzhtrknear Commercial ,
Dr. E W W'httlock, J.lo Commercial avenue.
Hoot. Smyth. No. W) Ohio levee.
Jl II ('mdee. No. T'lOhlo leveedip atair).
E'l'iitablo Life, of New York, corner Twciilu and
Widow and Orphans Mutual Aid Society. Seventh
and Commercial avenue.
-DKt'OOlSTtf-Vi'HOLE.SALE AND KETAIL.
;i-K. 0'lla-, KUUteeuth and Commercial.
Alexander County Bauli. S'.li and Commercial.
l :iy National, Ohio levee.
CUamiiou. '1 hrec State.
John bproat. corner Tuelflh aud Levcc.
K (' Ford. Corner Nlutu and Commercial.
11 2NKKAL DEUVEin open . :'JU a.m.; clones
VJ ti::0 o.m. ; Sunday: S to 9 a. m.
Monev Order Department open at 9 a. 0).; cloe
"'AroiwU Erpre. Mall vl Illlnoi Central and
M 'i.irui CVattal Hailroad cWe at 13:s p. m.
Iwu ffl lHr Bluff Through aud Way Mail
C'u,;v,Maiirv,P. "iiilno, Central Cairo and Via
ceaa.; and Mi.l fvntral Kaiiruad cloe at
'Wa'y Ma.l tor Narrow lians-J Hailroad cloc at 6
"(tinned Evihville Kiver Route cloc at ::
i at. Ui'.iy (except Friday).
Mayrt N. B- Thitleood.
Treasurer -Edward Deatiuu.
Coanwlor- Wm. B Oilbert.
Mirall-J C. I.allue.
AttorueT-William Ilea Irick.
BOARU op ai oaioiES.
Firm Ward -M.J. Howler
heroud Ward-David T. Linear, t. R. Wood-
Tuirtt Wr.l-W. 1'. Wrijlit. El-rt Smith.
Fourth Wrd-Charle0 Patier. Jame. Kyna.ton
Filth Ward-T. W. llalll.liy. Ernert B. Pet tit.
Circuit Ju.lne- I). J. Ua'er.
Clrciul Clerk-J- A. Ke.iv.
( ountv J j i.-e-H. S. ocum.
County Clerk-S. J. Biinim.
ouutv Attorney w C. .V'slkey.
Couuu Treaaun-r-Mile ft-. Parkir.
Sherd John llojjea.
Countv (',jmmi--:ot..-r 1 V Ualllday.
V. l.iliV. yyi' i Brt'.ey.
J . A .
AFlti' AN M. E. -Fourteenth "reel.
Walnut aud e,Ur atreet.: -ryco a bbatU 11
a. m and p. m.; Sunday school l-S) . m.
UKHTlAN-El-hteenth atreet: mcvtins Sab
L ba:hll):I. m.; pn-aculus occa-iooally. .
. ...... iT.,,o CU?! J Pr.l d.nT,al
Cnt'lUH lilt iir.ir.E.jii."-,.-i"""i '
Fourteenth street; holiday Morning prayer
lo'w a m.;evenin,. prayer,.::) p. m.; niy
tchuol v a to. Friday evening prayer . - m.
IVKST MISSIONAKY BAPTIST t'U('U;7
T Pr-achln at J: a. m.. p. m and . : p. m.
h')!alb .:ho.d lit T:-W p. m. Uev. I. J. Shores.
1 UTTIKI'.VN -Thirteelit'u dtreet; nervtre Sab
J j bath 1 :) a. m. ; Sunday reboot '- P- m- ''v
METHODIST -Cor Ei.'hth and Walnm ntreet ;
Preachim? Mit.'mth 10::V a. m. aud . p.m..
prayer nie'tlir.-. We.lneaday T: P- ".; Sunday
School. a. tn. Her. WhittaUer. pastor.
1RESBYTE1!I VN-Eiuhth rtreet: preachinu on
Sabbath at U:U a. m. and 7:p. m. i prayer
meeting Wedu-a.lav at p. m.: Sunday School
at :j p. hi, llc-v. B. Y. Ueorne, paetor.
CECOVD FP.EE-W1U. BAPTIST KifteeLtU
H atrivt. lienveeu Walnut anil Cedar rtreetp; er
rice Sabbath at :1 aud ;::W p- m.
CT JOSEPirs-dioman Catholic) Corner Crocs
n and Walnut Mreet,; eervicee Snbbath 10::la.
m.; Sumlav s, bool at i p. m.; Venpert J ! m.; ser
rue every day at 4 p. ru.
ST PVTKt( 'K"S-l:otiia!i Catholic) Corner Ninih
street ami Whlnitou avenue: eerylc.-H sab
bath 4 ami HI a. in.; Ve-per-:tp. m.; Stindav Seluxjl
S p in.; service every day at S j. m. Lev. i. abul,
Oh'alnedforuew inventioiis. or for Improvement
on old tinea: lor uiodleal or other compounds, trade
marks and labels. Caveats. Assignments. Inter
ferenrta Appeals, Suits for lufnuuemeuts. aud
all cases arisiiirf under the Pateut I.awa. prompt
Iv attended lo. Inventions that nave been
1) v i vt v hv ,ut' l'lun, om,:a my
lti) rjJ 1 1 l' In most cases, be patented by
ns Belnn opposito the U. S. Patent Department,
and euaaired in Patent business exclusively, we cau
make closer searches, and secure Patents more
promptly, aud with broader claims, thun those who
are remote from Washington.
TVl'l'YTlU1 nd us a model or sketch of
ll V Til' lUilovour device; we make ex
aminations and advisc'as to patentability, free o!
chariie. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Prices low. and no chaw unless Patent Is seeunid.
Wc refer In Washington, to Uo" Postmaster
Geaerul 0. M. Key. Rev. F. D.Power. The (ierman
American Natlouul Bank, to officials In the lr. S.
Patent Ofllce. and to Senator and Representative
In Cn?resa; and especially to onr cllenis in every
bate In the Union and in Canada. Addreii
O. A. SNOW CO.,
Opposite Pateut Ortlce. Wahtnston D. C
JIII.L AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRALV AND HAY .
Egyptian Flouring- Mills
Hiffliest Cash Price Paid for Wkeat.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line ftuiiiiingr Two Daily
Trains From Cairo. Makinif DI
RECT C0X.VKCT10X with
TiiAisa Lr.avis Caiiih;
::)n in. Mail.
Arrivhm In Ht. Lonls 'J:l.'j a.m.: Chicago. p.m. ;
CoiiuettitiK at Odin aud Kfllnghain for t'lui lu
uatl, Louisville. Indianapolis aud points Kust.
1 1 tt.rn. felt. I .on in untl Vettrii
C uuncctlui at M , Louis far all points West.
.'l:'Ji) p.m. i-'ast Hxprf88.
For ht L'i!il and cltlraio, arrilu',' at St. Louia
18:11 p in., and Chicago T if) a m.
) p.m. ( 'iiK-iiiiwtti I-'xpri'HK.
Arriving at Cincinnati; :i: am.; Louisville T;iM
am.: Indiaiiatiolis :ii a.m. Pas'enuers bv
this trulu reaeli the above points 1 !J toMlJ
llUl RS iu adanre of any other route.
Fn.t Time JOast.
lKsPll'Pl's; ,IV ,nl" (f tliroULjli to Kust.
i u.-vt. 1 . rn points without auv ch lav
catiert by Siiudny Inti nc iiiiiL'. The Saturdav after
noon train from ('. a'ro arrives iu new York Mondav
niorniuu' at l::i'. Thirty-six hours iu advance uf
any otli,-r route.
tl'or tliioui'h tickets ftuil fur' h.-r iuforinatlon.
ipph at IlliNuU Ceutral Railroad Depot. Cairo.
TRAIN ARRIVE AT CAIRO.
Ktpres : .:!", p in.
Acriimiuodutioti. .:j:.V) p in.
Mail-. 4:10 a.m.
.IA. .IOIIN.son. .1. . .itjNKs.
.en. hoithi rn Aent. Ticket A'.'ent.
W. p. J0llN V)N.Oeu. I'assen'-r A' tjt.
CAIRO A: ST. LOUIS R. R.
Jt. W. SMITH KKS. Receiver.
SHORTEST SIIOKT LINf: BETWEEN
CAIRO AXD ST. LOUIS.
1 hrou:rh Kspre leaves Cairo S:4'a m.
Tbrouiiu Kxpr-ss arrives st K. M Louis.. 5:ip.mr
Through Kxpmas leave E. St. Lou.s..,. 9:i) a.m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo .VH p.m.
Murphysboroarco:n:nodationb-ate Cairo l .W p.m.
Slu'physboro Acc. arrives-at Murphysboro T:ii p m.
Murpliysboro Ace. leaves Murphvsboro. . . Sus'a.m.
Murphysboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 :-J."a.m.
Trie Cairo A-St Louis Rail Road Is the only all
Rail Route between Cairo aud St. Louis under oue
management, tb refore there are no ddavs at
way stations awaiting ronueetious from other lines.
( loe Mtid s-ire roiiuertlons at St. Louis with other
.1 i-- for North, East and West
J A. NAl'OLK. L. M JOHNSON.
Aeut. General Manai'er.
OHIO tt MISSISSIPPI I'Y.
Jwm -virijuvru-- fry..
TIM- TABLE OK PAA-ENtiEK TUAI.NS Kl'.O.M
vim enxes ( Nov. :;o, 170. i
No. i I) v Evpn- i E. -p' M.n lay) ...l: :ip. m.
' H El. "-s ( Except Miudayi 1 ::;.". p. III.
' 4 Nhh. Expren (Katlyi rj: a. in.
W K-TW AItll.
No .' Express i Except Sunday) r:ora. in.
" 1 Day Exjires" (Except Sunday) t:Mi, in.
" U Nii;ht Express tl'ally). , l:.'j u. m.
J. K. Clauk. C. S. Conk. Jr..,
Aent Vim-eunes (eu. Ticket Aj't Cincinnati
gT. LOUIS, I. M. it S. lfv.
Cairo Time Table.
Texas Express Daily M'p. m
Connects ut Charleston for Columbi:.
Texas Express Daiiy 'IM'a. m.
Accommodation (l)ailyl '''M. in.
Otllcj and Pai-ieuser lietiot No. r,:, Ohio Levee.
J. C. Z1MMKK, A-eut.
I). AXTUI l., Division Supuriutenileul .
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE RY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Load.-? a Specialtv.
o v f i c. i: :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
WOOD AXI) COAL.
(Jt V. WIIEKLK1
Dealer lu nil kinds of
Coi'd Wood. Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Wasliing'toii anil
IS Yni BLOOD ITttKf
m tM In an ImitrtsUul iha.iI., ...iav
rturat ntnl ttihnluatimi - .. . .....
Ttfct hi'slth, uu-1 without
Hit lu a m.t.n k.,.l..n u.u.... r.
. . .. ..... ,v a , i , . ror laipure
blood the best medicine liuowu Is
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
It ii the rt;at Southern time tritxluml true rem-
wjfl nuu uwj iuitiLllljr rUIIUd UU
WHEN EVERYTHIXO ELSE FAILS.
TnL.it It In tin. Mitring tl..... ......in.. ..i
-; i'.... .uiiw, laiiv inr im
pure accretion of the blood incideut lo that
ea''onol tbeyear; and take It
Kor Cann-r Scrofula, Liver Complaint. Weak
MIU Itilllrf Tttmoi.. k... ..111...... 1 .L... ......
I.,, ,' ""-iiiuni", auu ilio inou-
kand ilia that come from Impure blood.
JOHN V. HENRY, CL'RRAN & CO.
8 COLLEOK PLACE, NEW YOliK.
1) HAKC'LAY BKOS.. Wholeaale Auenta.
"For Hlnkiuir npella,
fltK. dUi:ineHK. palpi
tation and low apint
rely on Hop liittera."
" Read of. procure and
unit Hop Bitter, and
you will be htrona,
healtuy and happy."
to ht Ktrone. bealtby
and beuutiful? 'J'lien
line Hop Hitters.''
'The greatest apoc
ti.er. xloiiiacli. hlo'iiii
and liver regulator
" ('U'r'.'ymen. Law.
vera. Kditorc. Hank
er" and Ladle need
Hop Bitter dully "
"Hop liittera h.io re
bealtli.pi-rtect w reek
'Sourntoinai h, nick
h"adarliK and diz.i
ncf. Hop Hitter
tnr.-a with a few
"$7 will be paid
for it raac tliut Hop
Bitter will not cuio
or help "
"Hop Bitter bulldit
up. treuK'tlien and
from the flint dose."
compialnt of a I'l
cured by Hop Uitter.
Hoi' t'ort.it Ct na I
tbe fweetect. itafet
aud bc-t. Ak chil
dren. Tbe Hup Pau for
stomach. Liver and
Kliluev I superior
t all other. Arts
I). I.C. 1 nn absolute
and irreniftable cure
for drtinkeuui-vt, ue
of opium, tobacco
All above o!d by
druii a. Hop Bit
t e r .Mauufitotiirin
Co., KocUeMer, N. Y.
Son GOUT i
ACCTK OH CHUONIC
Manufactured ou'y under the above Trade Ma
EUROPEAN S.iLICYLIC MEDICINE CO
okpauin k:: LEI 'Z'.O. :
Immt-diuti ivlie wa.rai'.rtrt. tN.iiiaueiit Cure
L'iintu'eeil. Now xciunively uetl by all celebra
ted l'hyfclan of Ktiropt; and America, becomini; a
Staple." Harmless and Heliable Hemedy on both
continent. Tbe hi'heft Medical Academy of
Pari report K't cure out of cae within three
day. Secret -The only dlolverof tlte)ioionou
t rie Acidwi irh ex't in the Biood of Ilheuiuutic
and (iouty Patient. Jl a box: ti boxe for J5
Sent to any addre on receipt of price. Indoraed
bv Pbvsli ian. Sold be ail Iiniiaift. Addree
WASH BURN tfc CO.,
Only Importer' Iiepot 41 -i Brnudway, X, Y.
For Sale by BAKCLA Y BKOs.. and Drulft
HYPO - PHOS PHITES
Dleae which are produced by Lo of Nervou
Power, cou.-enuent .Muacular Kulaxatlou, vlx;
Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma,
w Wliuopiiiir Coii!'H, Aplionia, Couli,
Nervousness, Mental Depression,
Xeuralifla, Epileptic Fits,
St. Vitus Dance, Xervous Dehility,
Chronic Diarrliifa,' Leueorrlitra,
Fever and Affue, Marasmus,
Dyspepsia, Dyptlieretie Prostration,
: Inisriaptetl ami Feeble Action '
of the Heart.
Bicaf Produced hy Overtaxiue the Mind, by
(irief or Anxiety, by Kapld Crowtb, by Child
baertnL'. by Iuaiitrlcieiit Xoiiriabiurut. by
Heiili nceln Hot Climate or I'lthealthy
Localitie. by Excee. or bv auy
lrret,'iilarite of Life.
An uudie chain of aood effect I formed bv
Fellow' Compound Syrup of HvpopboKphlte':
and w e umaafe In ayitii. from a fon: experience
In raediciue.lt virtue lire not poseKtt bv unv
otlicr t'ottiliiimlloll. Note Be upiclou of per
ou w ho ncoinuiend auy other article a "Jut a
eood." ' bouifh hearing a similar uamo. and of thoe
w ho otli.'r the cheaper priced article. Wrlt I only
the Independent, well-poated and unelllh phval
claa who can afford to prescribe thi remedy. Ex
perience ha proved thi. The hii!hut cla medi
cal men lu everv lar'e cltv, where It 1 known, rec
ommend II. SOLD BY ALL DIU'UWlSTS. li
. INDORSED RY
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
AFFLICTED EVERY WHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
.ltJlU'll1(1M ASTHMA Cf
Dt-ver fa!l to clve iu"t iiit ndief lu the won
cae. and luilre com'ortable leep. A aiticl
tiial will convince the nio't skeptical of It lutme
diute. direct and never tailing enVct Price: .'A
ind $l.'i. tif ('ruKiti ot by mail. fampV
KitKa for tuim
)r It sHIFFM AN. St Piul. M'tiii.
The Only Remedy
THAT ACTS AT THE SAME TIME ON
AND thk KIDNEYS.
Thi combined action ilvc It wonderful power
to cure all dieafes.
Why ase ve Sick?
Because we ailow these crcat or;'in to become
cloijL'ed or torpid, aud polsonotn humor are there
fore forced iuio tiie blood that botild be expelled
BILLIOI'SXESS. PII.KS. CONSTIPATION.
KIMNKY COMPLAINTS, I'KINAKY Dlb
EASES. KKMALE U'EAKN K sES
AND N EHVol'S DlsOKUEKS,
by cauiin? free netlon of tbe-j oruan and wstor
inn their power to throw otl disease.
Why Suffer Rilltotia palu and aches?
Why tormented with Pile Constipation?
Why frightened over disordered Kidney?
Why endure nervous and (dele headache!
hy liavo sleepless ulght?
I'sc KIDNEY-WORT utl rejoice In Health.
It Is a dry, vegetable compound and
One piirkuRP will nmki six quarts of Motllclnc
(let It of your Druu'itlst. lie will order It for ye t.
WELLS, RICHARDSON CO., Proprietors,
'i Uurllnf"n, Vt.
GEXTS WANTED TO SELL
Overdo Large Oc
tavo Piigi's, with
For Only 82.50.
Ttilssrand volume nmlirace Mr. MOODY'S Het
Sermon, a delivered In Cleveland and St. Loiil,
the roult of two year hard study ,
THEY CAN KE OBTAINED NOWHERE ELSE,
Ascntswlll Mud a rapid sale everywhere, for till
Work. Our term are ttnetmU'd Outlltll. Send a',
once for this aud begin the canvas, or uddre for
circular. 11, S, ttOODSPKKD A CO.,
cw Ywrkur Cluaauatl.
CL'KE SICK HEADACI1
Cl UE CONSTIPATION
IT HE PILES. '
CfRE FEVER aud Anne
CL'KE DILIOfS t'.LIC.
Cure KIDS EYComplamt
ClUE TORPID 1.1V EI:
Du T'.tt ha ucceed-
d lu combining in these
pill the herctolbre au
as;onlstie rjual'tr of a
md a Purifylnu'Toulc.
Their firx't apparent ef
fect is to Increase the sp
lenic ny causine the
lood to properly .iml.
ate. i uus inesvstem I
lourisheil. and ftv then
ionic nctiiiu on thediue-
ive o.-irau. resiuar and
iiealtbv evacuations ere
which the iierson take
m Hern wbile under the
nnuence of these pill,
nriicate their adapta
illity to nourish the bol
, hence Itieir efficacy Iu
urlua nervoti debilitv.
vastlntr of the mil-idea
lnL",'ishnes of the liver,
lirouic constipation, and
tnpartiui; health and
httenjtU to the system.
PRICE -A"' CENTS.
51 Murrar Street,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, March 11, 2 p. m.
Wheat -dull Winter, llall9 71 ;
Spring, 10s GJiiJlls; California, average,
10s Cdlls 2d; California club, lis 0d
lis 7d. Corn New rs 9d.
NEW TOIIK UKAfN'.
New York, March 11, 12:00 m.
Wheat -irregular; lower No. 2 Chicago,
H 801 42; No. 2 Milwaukee, fl 40
1 4:1; RrrI Winter, fl 40l 43; No.
r. Red Winter, $1 4Q.y ; No. 2 A .nbcrtl 42 ;
Corn (juiet- No. 2, CI.
Chicaoo, March 11, 10:00 a. m.
Wheat-May, tl 21; April. $1 20Jf;
March, .fl 22.
Pork May, J11 00: April,tl 4T30
Oats May, ;!3!.
Cora May, 40
CaiCAOO, March 11, 2:30 p. m.
Corn May, 40; April, SG.
Oats May, 35.
Pork May,ll 60; April, $11 43.
Wheat-May, 1 20; April, t 19'.(.
March, 1 22.
A FOURTH TERM POSSIBLE.
From the New York Tribune.
Let us suppose Gen. Grant nominated,
elected, inaugurated. Does any one doubt
that history would repeat itself: Can any
oue doubt that the men who began the
present agitation for a third team, would,
in due time, begin another for a fourth
On and afier Motnlav. June Pi, the boat will make
the foilowluj trips:
LEA VFs LEAVER LEAVES
Foot Fourth at Missouri Laud'g. Kentucky Ld'ir.
(t a. ni. :10 a. m. !) a. m.
lo a. m. l l;t a. tu. 11 a. m.
i p. m. a: lu p. ni. :) p. m.
I p. m. 4:10 p. m. r p. w
i p. in. 4:3 p. m. 1 p. ni
I L L L' S T 11 A T E D .
"Stiidvtn? the subject objectively and from-1 he
educatioiiiil point of view fceklnii'to provide that
.vlileh. taken ultoi al.er. will be of the most service
to the lariest ii'iiiiber I lun e auo concluded that
I could have but one work for u juiblle library,
and elect a connilcte set ol Harper's Mouthly."
WIII.B FllANl'ls Aii.sm. Jr.
It contents are coiiti Uiuted by the most eminent
writer and artlsi of Europe and America, while
the lona I'Xftertein e of lt publisher ha made
them thoroughly conversant with the desires of the
ptiliilc, which Ih'ey will spate no cttott to uriitlfy.
The volume of the Ma.ii.lti" beln with the
numbers for June and December of each year.
When uo time I specified. It will be understood
hat the subscriber wlhe to bealn with the cur
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cent, by mull, post paid.
Hemlliince should bn made by Post-OMce
Mouey Order or Draft, to avoid chance of Iom, ,
Nt'wpapt'M arts Dot lo copy thla advertltimcnt
without the cxpre order of II ahchk ik IIiiotiiru.
Addles HARPER & 13UOTUER3, New York.
Fellows' Compound Syrup ok Hypo
Piiospiiri Ks will not only supply the waste
going on iu the brain, but will" citable the
mind to endure a greater tax than before.
It will impart vigor and promote clear con
ceptions to the intellect. It will strengthen
the nerves and gives power to nil in
voluntary as well as the voluntary muscles
of the body.
' 15 GEN. LOGAN ASHAMED OF IT?
New York Tribune.
Senator Logan says the report that he
sent a dispatch to Gen. Grant announcing
the result of the llarnsburg convention
was false, and that the author of it must be
a "rwstitutional idiot." Does the senator
k r. a vmi W a third term:
"CALL HENRY." .
At a political meeting the speaker and
audience were very much disturbed by a
man who constantly called for Mr. Heury.
Whenever a new speaker came on this man
bawled out, "Mr. Henry! Henry! Henry! I
call for Mr. Henry!" Atter several inter
ruptions of this kiud at each speech, a
young man asQended the platform and was
soon airing his eloquence in magnificent
style, striking out powerfully in his ges
tures, when the old cry was
heard fur Sir. Henry. Putting his
hand to his mouth like a speak
ing trumpet, this man was bawning out ut
the top of his voice, "Mr. Henry! Henry !
Henry! I call for Mr. Henry to make a
speech!" The chairman now arose and re
marked that it would oblige the audience
if tho gentleman would refrain from any
turther calling for Mr. Henry, as that gen
tleman was now speaking. "Is that Mr.
Henry?" said the disturber of the meeting.
"Thunder! that can"t be Mr. Henry! Why,
that's the little fellow that told nic to holler!"
AN ILLINOIS OtHI. S MISFORTUNE.
Dr. Peck, of the Surgical Institute, yes
terday performed a surgical operation" on
the leg of a young girl by the name of Jor
don, from Illinois, sent here for treatmeut.
The bones of both her legs will have to be
partially removed, and tho little suiferer
will have to submit to two paiuful opera
tions. The cause ot her affection is from
"jumping the rope," a pastime engaged in
generally by young girls, resulting
in noctosis, or death of th
bone. The doctor stated to a
reporter, in this connection, that simi
lar cases wer" constantly occtiriimr from
this same cause, but more frequently result
ing in necrosis of the spin, and that there
has uot been a month passed but more or
less cum's of this diameter came to ihe in
stitute for treatment. He says that rope
jumping produces continuous concussion of
the joints which inpinge upon the bone,
causing at the flint stage periostetis, and
finally resulting in the death of the bone.
He thinks that parents and teachers should
be warned ol this dangerous sport,
and eradicate it entirely' from tho
playgrounds of children, as it is ruin
ous in its effects, ami is prime cause of more
cripples among the female portion of the
community than probably any ono cause.
He also added that during the practice
of his profession deaths had beou occur
ring, coming tinder his observation, which
were the result of this pernicious pastime.
In conclusion he said: "I would warn
children against rope-jumping, and would
advise parents nmf teachers to prohibit it
under all circumstances."
Maine News. Hop Bitters, which is
advertised in our columns, are a sure euro
for ague, biliousness and kidney comp'aints.
Those, who use t hem say they cannot be too
highly recommended, fhoso afllicted
should give them a fair trial, and will be
come theVeby enthusiastic in tho praiso of
their curative qualities. Portland Argus.
It has wondorftil power on bowols, 11 rer
find kidneys I What? Kidner-Worr, try
A CAUSTIC CRITICISM OK THE LATE BTEPUBtt
A DOUtlLAs' SON.
Republican newspapers have made a
great ado over the corrupt and degenerate
son of the great Stephen A. Douglas, wheh
has been traveling about the country ut
tering falshoods by tho wholesale. He
takes great pains to announce that lie in
a "stalwart Republican." In order to give
eclat to this statement, he asserts that he
went south as a Democrat, and that the
course of tho southern Democrats caused
him to change his politics and become a
stalwart Republican. This is a falsehood.
Young Douglas went south as a Republican
and an appointee of Grant. The low
State Press says on the subject:
The Iowa City Republican gives more
than a column ot eulogy to a renegade son
of Stephen A. Douglas, who has lately
made a speech in favor of Grant and em
pire. Many of our greatest men in this
country have left no sons, and to .this fact
is lufgely tlue the great place the fathers
hold in our hearts and our history. Doug
las was unfortunate in giving his name toa -son,
and this son is just dow cloud
ing the illustrious and honorable
record of his father by calling attention
to his own infamous career. This young
Douglas was one of Graiit's appointees in
the United States marshal's office of North
Carolina, and his embezzlement of nearly
100.000 was one of tho many putrid scan
dals that made Grant's second term so mal
odorous. When Hayes came in, Douglas
was. we believe, compelled to resign, and his
dismissal, albeit laden with his stolen spoil
was then quoted to the great credit of the
new administration, and fervid Republican
papers charged up his dishonesty to his
Democrat origin nnd a corrupt in
heritance ! The fellow is now out for
Grant, and so are Belknap, Baljcock, Robe
son, Shepard, Joyce, McDonald, and all tho
thieves. We have been criticised for speak
ing with truthtul harshness of John Brown
and Ztich. Chandler. Let us now chide the
Republican for abusing the great memory
of Douglas by parading this corrupt and
degenerate renegade as a worthy son. The'
Little Giant is dead and cannot'defend hi
reputation against this attack, so we defend
it for him."
The father of twins is a botanical curi
ositya double poppy, as it were.
"That's a frustrate idea." said the anx
ious father, when he shrewdly devised how
to prevent the anticipated elopement of his
If you wish to marry a lady whom it
won't cost you much to support, don't se- -lect
a burlesque actress under the impress
ion that she won't costume much.
A Western sleeping-car was rccntlv en
tertained with the sight of a mm beating
bis wife. Some inenhuve the rare faculty
.vt,. i.nM j;ii-irj.t, . s q iiir bhocifny
promise, and proved "' him such n"
mean scoundrel that the jury decided that
she ought to pay him something for not
A Calilbrnian's matrimonial advertise
ment winds up as follows: "Fortune nool
ject. but should require the gal's relations
to deposit $1.. 100 with me as a security for
her good behavior.
A lady one day wrote to her absent hus
band the following letter, w,hich may bo
quoted ns a model in its way: "I write to
you because I have nothing "to do; lend be
cause I have nothing to say."
AX OKLAHOMA BALLAD.
Where rolleth the Verdigris down to the
Where the Chickasaw roams on the flowery
Where the azure Wewoka sweeps ou its way
From Pottawatomie down to the buy;
Where the tiiptlup chirps cheerily out of
Ami the sad phillaloo sings of mother and ,
With my Cherokee maiden ensconced ou my
Aud my Ivickapoo darling, I'm pining to be.
Oh! 'tis vain that the gewgaw disports iu
And the pollywog glints in the slippery
some sedge, y
Or the proud cockadoodle sweeps down
from her nest
And soars on the blizzard that yawp in the
The dado may wail in the shimmer of moon
And charm the dull S.'iniuole ear with his-
It is still I am pouring my passionate tide
To the love that I beitr tor my Kickapoo
I chase the fierce tittlebat out of his lair,
I weave the shy cjiegersnup into my snare;
I hunt the tattlctale over the hill,
And coax the coy eockleburr out of the rill,
Aad then the Arrapahoe virgin is glad,
And the Boggy wok sqtiuw in her wampum
And my Tishtningo beauty goes hiphop itli
And my Kickapoo darling reclines oa my
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Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
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It cures pain in tho side, back or Ixiwols,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
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"Browu's Household Panacea" should be '
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Much Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
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