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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 25, 1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 234.
ninrrmiiY. II i 1 " "'
, ttAiLiiUAiw. ii Lint al, i . MEDICAL.
, i i i i i ii i 1 i
oftbo leftdlng tiutltumt bouict wbooo idTortllw
meuU may be found in Tub Bulletin .
C. O. Pmlerit'o., C'gmmnrelal arcnue and Sln
(J. D. Willlumnon & Co.
Yomui A Hroikrlclc, Waith. Ave., cor. Eighth.
DeuuU & 0'Luuijlilln, 1'oplar, cr. 1 wcuili-tb.
Dr. J. 11. Manan: olllcu, 1W Commercial avenue.
Ut W. (!. Jocclyn, Eighth m-ar Commercial
Dr. K. W. WliltlocU, l; Commercial aveuuo.
Holit. Smytli, No. HO Ohio levee.
II H CaiHlcc. No. TOOhlo levee (np atalro).
Kuultable Lifu. of New York, corner iwelllb ana
wSow" .ndorr Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Coinmi-rctal aveuue.
DKW (JOISTS -WHOLESALE AND KETA1L.
(!io E. O'Hara, Eltibteeiith and Commi rctul.
Aleiander County Bank. htb and CommrrtUI.
City National, Ohio levee.
JiiUu Soroul, corner Twelfth and Levee.
K C. l-'ord. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
nENERVL DELIVERS open .:) a.m.; clown
J ': p.m. ; Sunday : Mo K a.m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a.m.; cloaen
'Th?u'h F.iprcM Mallf via Illlnol. Centra! and
Mia.fiaiW.1 c'S-ral Itallroada doa at Wflip. rn.
MCiro and "plar Bluil Throng aud Way Mail
cenuV. and MuViV C'",rttl '
":WaPyi'i'.forNarro i;aue fUllrmd clone, at 8
"'Cairo acd Kvan.vllle River Route cloe at :
p. m. dally luicept Friday)-
Mftynr-N. B- Tbiftlewood.
Treanurer Edward Douia
Clerk -Dcnnla. J. Foley.
Coaimelor -Wm. B. iillliert.
UOAllD or AL0EKHH5.
Firt Ward-M..l. Howlev ... .
beyond Ward -David T. Llnejar, t. K. VvooU
Third Ward -W. P. Wrlisht. Egbert Smith.
Ko mh Ward-t'Uarle U. P..W. damp KyaaMoD
Fifth Ward-T. W. Halllday. hrne't H- Pcttll.
Circuit Judge-D. J. Baker.
Circuit Cleik-J. A. Kmvi-p.
County Jud-e-R. S. Jorum.
CouutyClerk-S. J. Humm
County Attoruy-w .C.
rouiitvTreanur-Mile . I rW r.
(Sheriff John Hodge.
Coroner K. FiUi;era,f.. luillilnv .1 A.
Coiintv Commi.HiUer-T. S . Hulliua. .i
M. lillibi, Samuel Brlley.
a FRICVN M. E. -Fourteenth atreet. between
A Walnut and C e.lar utrreMi amlo-a habhath U
a. m. aiid"::w p. m.; Suuday hcuool l.JU p. m.
iURISTlAN-Elght.etith Mreet: nuking Sab
j bath 10::) p. in.; preaching occaeluuall).
M1URCH OK THE REDEEMF.lt Eplf copal)
C Fourteenth atrwt; Suuday Moruiug prayer.
lu: t. m.; evenina prayer. -:) p. m.: Sunday
achool It: 10 a. m. Friday eveiiiug prayer 7:- ! m.
TMPT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHI'ltCH.
V Preaching ut !:: a. m.. i p. m . and 7.30 p. m.
hatibath Kbool at 7: P- m. Kef. 1. J- Stiorvf,
1 UTHERAN-ThirK-enth trert; ervire Sab
J j bath 1: a. m.; Suuday cchoolip m. Ret.
METHODIST-Cor. Elehth and Walnut .treeta;
I'rearhhiE Saldiath W:X a. m. and p. m.;
prayer meetiiiL'. Wwlneaday 7:W p. m.; Suuduy
School, a. in. Rev. Whlttaker, pastor.
IiRESBYTF.IilAN-Eljjhtb Hreet; preachinR nn
habbath at 11 M a. ui. aud 7::"p. m.; prayer
meetlnit Wedneadav at 7:) p.m.; Suuday School
at S p. ru. Rev. B. Y. tieorce. pastor.
CECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST - FlfteeUll
O .troa. between Walnut and Cedar ftrecta, er
vice. Sabbath at i and ',:) p. rn-
ST. JOSEPH'S Itoman Catholir) Corner CroM
and Walnut Mreetc: n-rvleen Sibtiatb 10:W)a.
in.; Suuduy School at ;! p. ui.; Ye.per 3 p- lu.; er
Ticea every 'tiny at P- ni.
OT. PATRICK'S-RmHn Catholic) Corner Nimh
ij tn-et and Wai-hinuton avenue; aerylrv Sab
oath 8 aud 1U a. m. : Vesper :t p. m. ; Snnduv School
t p. m. ; rervic. every day at p. m. Rev. t . aDel,
Obtained for new lnveutlonc. or for Iniprovementf
onoldonen; for medical or other compound., trade
mark! aud label. Caveat". A"iiumeut. Inter
Terence. Appeul., Suit, for IufrliiizeiuentH, and
.! ..iJt. ,,.wl..r ihn I'nli.nt l.au.. Droiniil-
attended io. nm-iimm. ,uv m.v ......
J I IM "V W 1 1 ,no i aieni w inv iimi.
li.l F.l 11 I J 1 I I.. HW..I pntfKd ' ho tiiitnliti.rl liv
w Being oppo.ito the U. h. nueni neiiuriniem.
and euuaijed In Patent bu.ine.. exclusively, we can
make cloaer .earcbe., ami .ecure Patent, more
promptly, and with broader clalma, than llione who
ire remote from Wa.hliii!ton.
riTDLlVTl 1U nd u. a model or aketch of
Vrili lUltovour device; we make ex
anilnfttlonn and advlno'ua to patentability, five ol
rharie All corre.pondence .trletly confidential,
l'nc.ea low, and no cbure uule.. l'aluuH.-iecured,
We refer In Wanhlntrton, to Hon Po.tnm.ter
General I). M. Ker. Rev. F. D.I'ownr. The tlermnn
American National Hunk, to official! in the 1. S.
Pateut Office, and to Seuatora and Repre.eutHtive.
InContrre..: nnd especially to onr client. In every
btate In the L'ulon and lu Canada. AddreM
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Oppoilte Pateut OHlce. Wu.hlnKtou D. C
'MILL AND COMMISSION.
Egyptian Flouring Mills
7 lUirUcst Cash Price Paid for Wkeat.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
m iirn i ,ki ill iiiniii.
w.t V vm tm I Inm .Ii'.' '
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Running: Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Makinsr DI
RECT COX SUCTION with
Tiuis Lfay Caiho:
::00 am. Muil.
Arrlvlni; In Ht. Loul. : a.m. : Chicago. H:: p.m.;
ConuectliiK at Odin aud Kfllngham for Cincin
nati, Loul.vllle, Iudiuuapolii aud poiiua Eut.
11:15 a.m. Bt. TouIh unci Western
Counrctin. at bl . Lout for alt polnta Wer.
i.m. I'aBt Kxpress.
For St. I.oul. and cblcai;o, arrlviuj? at St. Lonli
10: ID p.m., and Chicago 7 :.'i) a.m.
Jl:UO ).m. (.'liiclnnatl lOxpresH.
Arriving at Clnclnuutl 7:1S a.m.; I.oui.vllle 7:30
a m.; IncllaiiaiHillH 4:00 a.m. Pa.cen),'eri bv
tin. train reach the above point. 1 VJ to MO
HoL'RS lu advance of any other route.
Vafit TiiiKj i:ast.
T'l PP fOV ''-v ,bit "nc I19 throiiKb to Kat.
""'-ii-,'-! i-rn point, without any dlay
rau.ed bv Sunday IntiTveniiiif. The Saturday al'ter
noou train from Cairo arrive, in new York Moudar
morniiiL'at l:. Thlrty-ilx bouralu advance of
any other routi-,
i l'ortlirout'h ticket, and further lufonntitlou.
apply at Illlnoi. Central liullroad Depot, Cairo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO
Btpre.. ,.: '. o:i:, p m
Accoinmouation :::7) p ni.
Mall 4:10 a.m.
JAs. JOHNSON. J. H. JONES,
lien. Southern Agent Ticket Aijeut.
W. P. JOHN SON, Gen. PukfenrAteut.
CAIRO k ST. LOUIS R. R.
IT. W. sjMrniKHS, IK-elver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Time Sk hedule:
Through Expre.n leave. Cairo
1 hrounn hxpre.. arrive, at K. St. Louie.. 5:oup.m.
ThrouKh Exprera leave. K. St. Lou...... :00a.m.
Throuuh Expre.. arrive, at Cairo S:ll)p.m.
Murphy.boroaccommodatlonleave. Cairo 1:00 p.m.
Mu'phy.boro A-cc. arrive..at Murphy boro 7:3) p.m.
Murphy.boro Acc. b-avea Muruhy.boro. .. &:oi'a m.'
Murphy.boro Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 :i5a.m.
The Cairo 4 St Lou la Rail Road I. the only all
Rail Route lietweeu Cairo and St. Lotii. nnder oue
mauaiiemeut. therefore there are no dclav. at
way elation, aw altlBK connection, from other'llne..
CKi.eauil.urecouuet tion. at St. Loui with other
line, for North, Hue l and We.l.
J. A. NAL'tiI.E. L. M. JOHNSON.
Aent. General Mauairer.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'v
r .-ir, tttm
g -ww'i-oaj if "W- ' w
TIME TA11I.K OK PASSKNCKR TRAINS KUOM
VINCEXNKS (N(IV. t7'J.)
No. 2 Day Expre. (Exiepl Sunjayl.
' Eprep. i Exrept Suudnyi. ......
" t Nljjhl Expre!". (Daily
No S Expre i Except Sunday) .. .
. . 1 : '!) p. tn.
. . I :::, p. in.
. .P.':!. in.
S hxpre i Except Sunday) fi:o." a.
I liny Kvpri K (Except Minla).... i:.V) p.
.1 Nltfbt hxpre.. (I)ulfy) l:i"iu.
J. R. Ci.au:;. C. S. Cone. Jn.,
Aent Ylnceiine. . Gen . Ticket A-j't Cincinnati
ST. LOUIS, I. M. & S. R'v.
Cairo Time 'L'alilf.
Texaa Exph1.! Dally! M5 p. m
Connect, at ( harlctou for Colunibu..
Texaa Expre. Dally - m.
Acconimoilntlon DallyJ 7::op. in.
OlUce and Pa.Feuxer Depot No. M Ohio Levee.
J. C. ZIM.MER, A sent.
D. A.VTEI.L. Division Superluteudent.
HOPE FOR THE DEAF
Garmore's Artificial Ear Dkims
perfectly restore the hearing and
perform the work ol the Natural Drum. Alnny. in
po.lllon. BIT INV1SI1I1.K TO OTHERS. All
couvcr.atloii and even whl.per. heard dlatinctly.
We refer to tbo.en.1ni; them. Send for de.crlptlve
circular. GARMORK EAR D It I'M CO, CINCIN
llumlinr Anicrlcnn Put'kct Conipitn.v'ii
Weekly Line of Steanisliips
Leaving New York every Thitrcday at si P. M.
KOR ENGLAND, KRANCE AND GERMANY.
Ticket to and from Europe at low e.t rate.. For
p..uu'c apply to c. It. I(U'1I.UJ CO., Ciene
I'liH.cnijer Aifi'iiti. til llrondwav, New York, or
ll. fcl, l.s, Cairo, 111..
I L L U S T II A T E 1) .
Thin periodical hn alwny, by ll. able and
acboliirlv dl.cu.Hlon of the qucnon. of the day, a
well a oy It. Illu.triilioii which are prepared by
the be.t artl. In exerted a mo.t powerful aud hune
llcml Influence upun the public mind.
The welKlit or It. lullneuce will always be found
on thu flduof moriillty, etilllitennicnt, utd re line
meut. The Yoluiiie of thu Weekly bein with the Aral
Number for ,1 miliary of each veur. When no time
1. mentioned, It will be tiiider.lood Unit the auli
.crlber wl.he. to coinmencu with the Number next
after the receipt of the order.
HARPER'S MAGA7.INE.0ne Year $1 00
HARPER S WEEKLY, " " 4 00
HARPER'S RA.AR, " 4 00
Tlio THREE above-named publication, One
Year 10 00
Any TWO abovu-mtmed, One Year T Oil
HAMPER'S VOL'NO PEOPLE Onu Year 1 W
1'ostairo Krec to nil nubicrlbeta tu tha
I'ullmlmuU'i vr Canada.
Tlifi WOHKl.NOMAN S FR1KNI).
In thee day of political trickery) t true
frleud In the time of need li a friend indDd; and
uch a friend la I
Dr. mi. HALL'S
BALSAM for the LUNGS
It la a m e cure for
CONSl'MPTION. COUGHS, t'OLDS.AIITHMA
and all diaeaae of the Lung, Cheat and Throat.
Thia well-known remedy ha been tued for
thirty year and haa cured tbou.aada ol ca.ua,
many of which were Riven up a hopele.t
Noca.e, however oh.tlnato, can re.iat the
heallnu propertlea ol Dr. Win. Hall' ll.am.
for the Luuuh, Trial bottle will be funl.hed
Rratltatlou.lytoallwho are afflicted with Lung
und pectoral dl.ca.e.
rf"Remember that It I the per.l.teutiue of
the liul.aui that curea the worat ca.c. ' I
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN i Co..
d COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK,
(t) BARCLAY BROS. Wholcaalo Atf....
"For 'Inking .pell.
fll, di.xlne.., palpi
tation and low.pirtt
rely on Hop Hitter.."
" Read of.procnre and
u.e Hop IJltter. aud
vou will he HlrontT.
healthy aud buppy.''
"Ladle, do you want
to be .tron)!. healthy
and beautiful? 'i'heu
u.e Hop Hitter.."
'The (freate.t appe
tl.er. .tomai h. blood
mid liver regulator
" Clerirymcn. Law
yer., Editor.. Hank
er, and Ladle need
Hup Hitter, dully."
"Hop Hitter hn. re
.toredto.obrietyand health. perfect wreck,
"Sour .tomach, kIcIc
headache and dlzl
ne... Hop Hitter,
cure, with a few
"$ViO will be paid
for a case that Hop
Hitter, will not cuiu
or help "
"Hop Hitter build,
up, etreniftben. and
from the flratdo.c."
"Kidney and I'rlnary
roinplaiuta of all
cured by Hop Hitter.
Hop Coroii Ct'RE I
the .weet'.t, .al'e.t
and be.t. A.k chil
The Hup Pad for
Stomach. Liver aud
Kidney I. .nperior
to all other.. A.k
D.I .C. I. an absolute
and Irre.iKtable cure
for drunkenncji., uku
of opium, tobacco
All ahave .old by
druii" . Hop Bit
t c r . Mannfucturliic
Co., Roche.ter, N. Y.
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COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
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All Kinds olMobWork
Estimates l'uniisliftd oinl orders from
ubrptul promjitly iittemleil to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
niitl OuiU'ter Sheet rosters und
ridifriiinnies, in Clack or Colors.
Letter Heads, Dill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Kills Lading', Show
Cards, Business Cards, Hall
and Weddintr. Invitations, Book Work'
Kte., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Oidv the BEST STOCK in
tho Markot Unod.
Address nil Communications to E. A.
BURNETT, Cairo, Illinois.
DlHcarn which are produced by I.o of Ncrvoua
i-owur.couiteiiuuut.vtuKuiar iioiazauou, viz:
Coiisnniptioii, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Yliooiiiii(f CoiiirU, Aiilionia, Coujfli,
Nervousness, . Mental Depression,
Neuralffia, Eiiileptie Fits,
St. Vitus Dance, Nervous Debility,
Chronic Diarrhtea, Leucorrhtra,
Fever and Asrue, Jlarasmus,
D.vspejisia, Djiitheretic Prostration,
Interrupted and Feeble Action
of the Ueart.
Hicac Produced by Overtaxing tUe Mind, by
Oricf or Anxiety, by Rapid f.rowth, by Child
hacrinK. by luaiiltlclcnt NonrixhmKnt, by
Horidi-nruin Hot Clliuatcnor Unhealthy
I.ocalltlc, by Kxcouh, or by auy
Irrogitlanlc of Life.
An eudlef chain of food effects 1 formed by
Fellow' Compound Syrup of Hypophoaphitua;
and we are nafc in Hayiu''. from along experience
lu medicine, it virtue ur not, posaessed liv anv
other cniiibiiintion. Notb He cuaplclou of pef
eon w ho recommend any other article a "JilHt a
food." though hearing a aimilar name, and of tbou
who offer the cheaper priced article. f-It 1 only
the Independent, well-pouted and unHelinb pbyHl
ciun who can afford to prescribe this remedy. Ex
perience ha proved lliie. The hiubeat clann medi
cal mun In every larce city, where it I know u, rec
ommend It. SOLU BV ALL DRUGGISTS. 2
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
CUKE SICK UEAUACH
CURE FEVER and Ague
CUKE BILIOUS CMC.
Cure KIDNEV Complaint:
CURE TORPID I.IVEI
Dn Tnr ha aucceed-
d In combinlue in theo
pill the heretofore an
aeonliitlc nual'ti.' or a
aud a I'urlfyliiJf loulc.
Their flrft autiarent ef
fect la to Increase tho ap
petite by catiftiuK the
ood tn properly arfulml
ate. 1 hue theayatem i
louriehcd, aud by their
onlo action on the dines-
itlve orsana. reirular and
lieaitny evacuation are
Tho rapidity with
which tho persons take
m tleh while under tho
nrluence of thexe pill,
ndlcate their ndupta-
iiiiuv tu nourit-n rne doii-
k hence their efllcBcv In
irinir nervous debility.
M'antliiK of tliH muscle
"lujjlHlineca of the liver.
imparting health and
strength to the pysteui.
PRICE i"i CENTS.
53 Murray Street,
SOU GOUT i
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
Manufactured ouly tinder the above Trade Ma
, by tho
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OFPARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
guaranteed. Now exclimlvely used by all celebra
ted PhvHlclan of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple,' Harmless und Rehuble Remedy on both
contlncnl". The hlghut Medlcul Academy of
I'nns rcanrtu cure out of 1(H) msen within three
duy. Secret-Thu only diulverof the polonou
Uric Acid whicli exists In the Hlood of Rhcmnntlc
and Gouty Putieuts. $1 a box; rt boxes for
Sent to unv ail Ires on receipt of price. Indorsed
bv Physicians. Sold by all Orugiilst. Addrc
WASHBURN & CO.,
Duly Importer' Depot ii Hroadway, N, V.
For Sale by HAKCLAY BROS., and Druggist
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
Oil and alter Monday, June 111, thu boat will make
tho following trip:
LCAVRa I.HAVK t.KAVI
Coot Fourth at Missouri Lnnil'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
S a. in.
10 a. m.
i p. m.
H::) a. tu.
ll)::10 a. ni.
!:) p. in.
H p. m.
5 p. ui.
3 p. in
WOOD AND COAL.
(j W. WHEELER,
Dealer In all klinUor
Corel Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Teuth Street, Between Washington and
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, March 24, 2 p. si.
Wheat small business Winter, lis
lis 10.1; Spriug, 10a 4Ults 2d;
California, average, 10s 0Jlls 2d; Cali
fornia club, lis ldlls Od. Corn
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, March 2-4, 12:00 m.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Chicago, f 1 34
$1 iiC; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 37
&l 38; Retl Winter, $188143; No.
2 Rcrl Wintcr.'fl 44 Jft No. 2 Amber, uom'l ;
Corn - No. 2, 50.
Chicago, Marcli 24, 12:00 si.
Wheat-May, ll 17; April, $1 17;4'.
Pork May, 10 67; April, f 11 43.
Oats -May, 37.
Corn May, 32 .
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH,
ghant'b safe arrival.
Galveston, March 23. Tho wildest ex
citement prevailed hero at the welcome in
telligence that the long looked fur steamer
City of Mexico, with Gen. Grant and party
on board, was in sight. Crowds flocked to
the wharves, and the waters of tho harbor
presented a buBtlino; sight, being covered
with crafts of every description. As the City
of Mexico passed on toward her place of
anchorage she was greeted by deafening
cheers and a thundering salute from a bat
tery of artillery. The well known form of
the general was recognized as he stood on
the aft deck, bowing acknowledgments to
the demonstrations of welcome poured on
him from all sides. The shipping in the
harbor brought out all their buntings, and
made a handsome display of flags, and
every tug lent its steam whistle's voice to
swell the uproar. The general and his
party were met at the pier by the mayor
and all the prominent officers of this city,
and by Gen. Ord, who had come hero es
pecially to meet him.
On arrival at the hotel the General retired
to the parlor, where a reception took, place,
a large number of ladies and gentlemen
being presented. The banquet which was
to be given to-night was postponed until to
morrow evening, at 8 o'clock, owing to the
delay in arrival. The city is gay with
bunting, flags are flying from all the piin-
cipal buildings and the streets are thronged
PLAN KOII KEEI'I.V! A GOOU STAG EOF WATEfl
Washington, March 23. The houso
committee on commerce gave a hearing
this morning to gentlemen from Wisconsin
on the subject ot the reservoir system, by
which it is proposed to keep a continuous
supply of water in the Upper Mississippi
river, so as to have uninterrupted navigation
the whole year. The plan is the construc
tion of a series of great dams over outlets
of lakes and tributaries, by which rain in
winter and spring can be retained and
used. The cost is estimated at $1,500,000,
and damages to privato property $300,000.
The general features of the system were ex
plained and advocated by Representative
Pourn and by Walker, commissioned by
the governor of Minnesota. The hearing
will be continued.
THE EXPECTED HAILKOAJ) STRIKE.
Indianapolis, March 23. For several
duys past there luve been vague rumors
afloat of an impending strike among nil
employes of the railroads lending into this
city, but they aro denied by railroad au
thorities, Hud the men remain reticent on
the subject. The reason for tho great
strike of 1877, the companies promised to
increase the pay of employes as soon as
better trade would justify it, and no such
increase hits been made except on a tew of
the roads. It is very evident that business
has greatly augmented in the last three
years, and that traflic is hauled at better
rates than ever bet ore; consequently tho
pmtit of the companies must bo much
larger. The employes claim that tho roads
arc in honor bound to restore wages to at
least what they were before the reducj
tion which brought on tho strike, and if
they do not do so an organized cflbrt will
be made to compel them to do so. It is
said thu strike will commence April 1.
Maiiks ov Apphohation, In tho Bliapo
of increasing demaudsj for llostettcr's
Stomach Hitters are constantly reaching its
proprietors. Tho mining aud agricultural
jtopulutious of the far west are particularly
ulivo to its merits, for it possesses the very
qualities which emigrants to thoso remote
districts require. It protects them from
malaria, it fortilles them Against tho injuri
ous etl'ects which frequently proceed trom
a mode of lifo fraught with hardships, and
it has an unimpeachable record for thor
oughness. Travelers to foreign countries,
Hiaridcs, and thoso general ly who live an
out-door lifo, will And that Its protective
und bracing properties havo not bton exag
gerated by tho many who havo boruo favor-
able witness in its behalf. A rock is not
firmer on its base than this medicine in tha
confidence of our people.
MORRISON FOR PRESIDENT.
From tho Boston Post.
The Hon. William R. Morrison of Illi
nois, who may bo tho candidate for tho first
or Becond place on tho Democratic national
ticket has a brilliant war record as well as
an enviable ono as a civilian aBd a states
man. When tho Mexican war broke out,
in 1840, he was one of the first to oiler his
services to his country, and ho fought gal
lantly at Beuna Vista and in other engage
ments. In 1801, at tho breaking out of
the rebellion, he organized tho Forty-ninth
Illinois regiment and led it in Bevcral
bloody battles during the first year of tho
war, most notable of which were Belmont,
Fort Henry aud Fort Donclsou. At this
last bloody Btrugglo Col. Morrison was shot
through tho hip, while he stood npon a par
apet wall, cheering on his men. In
1803 he was elected to congresj
by tho Democrats of his district, defeating
the Hon. Jehu Baker, who, like the Hon.
James G. Blaine, was a terrible hater of
rebel brigadiers, but sent a substitute to do
his fighting. In 1804 and 1800 ho was de
feated by small majorities, in tho former
year by only seventy-six votes, and these
ore the only times he was ever defeated tor
office at tho polls. In 1870 he was for tho
fourth time elected to tho state legislature.
In tl 872 he was again elected to congress,
beating tho Hon. John Hay, a popular Re
publican. He has sinco been repeatedly
elected to congress, successively defeating
Gen. Rinaker, Judge Baker and Hon.
Jehu Baker. In 1873 tho lamented
Speaker Kerr appointed Col. Morrison
chairman of the most important com
mittee in congress the ways and means
and he has sinco rapidly achieved a nation
al reputation as a statesman and a reformer.
As a parliamentarian he is ono of the best.
While the Post is not booming for Morrison,
nor for Tilden, nor for Bayard, nor for Hen
dricks, nor for any other of the proposed
candidates, but proposes to labor earnestly
for whoever in tho wisdom of the conven
tion is selected to bear aloft the old and
time-honored banner of Democracy, never
theless it can but take prido ia presenting
the record made by himself by the gallant
Col. Morrison of Illinois.
NoitTnpoRT. Wis., May 0,1879.
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