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THE . DAILY B
VOLUME XI. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TIIURSAY MORNINgRIL ,8, 1830. NEW SERIES NO. 216.
of the leading buelnoM nouc whose advertise
ment may lie found lu Thi Bulletin .
C 0. 1'atii-r A Co., Commati ial avc.uue aud Nine
(i. D. Williamson 4 Co. 1
Yoruui 4 Brodcrlck, Wash. fy..rf
Brodcrlck. Wash. d..n. Kk'l
O'LoUghlln, Poplar, jjofjfileutl
Dr. J. II. Marcan; office, llotfw-fcial avenue,
ltr. W. C. Jornlvn. Eighth near Commercial .
lr. K. W. Wbiilock, l;i Commercial avenue.
Pobt. Smyth, No. W Ohio levee.
H. H. Candcc. No. TOOhlo levee (up stairs).
Kouitable Life, of New York, corner Twelfth aud
Widow and Orphau Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Commercial avenue.
DRfc'C.OlSTS-WHoLESALE AND RETAIL.
Oeo. E. O'lla'a. Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexanii'-r County Hauk, S'.h aod Commeretal
City National, Ohio levee.
C'bamplouf Ttiri-i- State.
John Sprout, corner Twelfth and Levee.
K (.' Furd, Corner Ninth and Commercial.
KNEHAL I)Ei.IVEH open . :: a m.; close
Ul t;jup.tn.; Sunday: 9 io a. to.
Money Order Department open at 8 a.m.; cloaca
Through Express Mails via Illinois Central and
Mississippi Cea'.ral Railroad dose at 'f:j'M- "' .,
Cairo aud Poplar Bin J Through and Way Mall
Closes at IJ: v) p. m. . . j ...
Wav Mall via Illinois Central. airo and in
cuue's and Mi..ippi Central Railroad close at
" Wa'y 'Mail fc: Narrow liauge Railroad cloc at 8
Cairo ar.d Evnvllle River Route clone at :W
p. in. 'iiiiy (except Friday).
Mayor-N. B. Thistlewond.
Treasurer -Edward Deouia
Clerfc-Dennls. J. Foley.
CoausHor--Wm. B l.ilbert.
Attorney William llen-lrk.-
hoaiiu or ai.deknkx.
First Wrd-M. .). llowley
hecoad Ward-David T. Linear, C. K. Wood-
Third Ward-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Fonrth Ward -Cliurle O. I'aiier. Jam brnaMon
Finh Ward-T. W. Halliday. Eriunt U. lVttit.
Circuit Judse-D. J Hater.
Circuit Clerk-.!. A. K've..
t ounty Jude-K. . locaiu.
County Ckik-h. J JI'Iiiihi.
( ountv Altoriwv W. C. Mulk--y.
CouniVTreaur.T-Mile W. 1'arner.
Coroner-K P'lliera.c. ,
County Coininli"ioner . . . lla.'iiiaj, J a.
M. lillthf. amu-l Uriley.
AFRIi'VS M K.- Fourteenth tret. between
Wainut and Cedir treet; ..-nice, alil-aih 11
a. in. auC 7 p. in. : funday .-cbool 1 :; p. m.
CHKIXTIAN-Klgbteeuth ftprt; meeting Sab
J bath 10::w p in ; preaching occarioimlly.
Hflti'II OK THK HEDKEMKli -tEpiropal)
V. Kourleeiitb street : hiimlay Morniu.' prayer
H U a. in.; evening prayer."::) P ni ; Snt.day
cbuol W :) a. m. Friday evening prayer 7;:i p. in.
T-IIST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIIfHt H -r
Preachiuu at b::Ha. iu.,:tp. m. ami ",: p m.
Satibith school at p. in. Key. T. J. Shori'D,
IUTHEKAN-Thirteetith .feet; ervir,. Sub
j bath 1 : SU a. m ; Sunday .cliool - p m. Uev.
METflODIST-Cor Ki-.-litb arid Walnut i.treet;
Preacbin SntiliatU bl: a in. an-l 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting. Wedne.dav 7:: p. in.; Sunday
School, H a. ui. liev. W liiuak -r. pator.
1)RESHYTEHI.N-Ei-.'htb treet; preachlugon
sabbath at.ltMW a. m. and 7::lop. m.; prayer
meetiug Wedne!av at " ;: i. m. : Sunday School
at i p. m. liev. 11. Y. lieoiL-e. pator.
OECONI) FliKK WILL BAPTIST Fifteer tb
O atnet. between Walnut and Cedar Mrevt. er
Ticea Sabbath ut .; and 7 ::) p. ui.
OT. JOSEPH'S M lioman Catholic) Corner ( rot.
and Walnut t-treetn: ervii-" Snhbath M::i"ia.
in ; Sunday S Iiih-I at a p. m. ; Ye.per :! p. in. ; er
n e every day at S p. in.
OT. PATRICK'S i 'Koinan Catholic) Corner Nirnh
0 .treet aTivl Waliintoti avenue: eervice Mit)
oath 8 and ID a in.; 'eper :! p. in. ; Sanday school
1 m.; nervicos every day at p. ni. Rev. F. Zabel,
Obtained for new invention, or for improvements
on old une ; fur medical or other compound, trade
marks aud label. Caveats. Assignment. Inter
lereuc.es, Appeals. Suit for Infringements, and
nil cases arising uuder tlie Patent Ijiws, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions Unit have been
t V 1 VI VV WW l''e"t Ottice may stili.
lirj'l TiVl lilt In most cases, he patented by
n. Beinif opposite the 1'. S. Patent Department,
and engaged in Patent business exclusively, we can
make closer searches, ami secure Patents more
promptly, and with broader claim, than those who
are remote from Washington.
I Virii'Vfr UvJ send us a model or sketch ol
1JN V rix 1 Ullo your device; we make ex
aminations and advlse'a to patentability, free ol
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Prices low, and no charge unless Patent is sectirud.
Wo refer in Washington, to lion Postmaster
Ueneral D. M. Key, Rev. F. D.Power. The Oermnn
American National Bank, to officials ill the I'. S.
Patent Otlke, and to Senator and Representatives
lu 0'Hgrcss: and especially to onr client in every
btatu lu the Union and lu Canada. Addren t
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Opposite Patent office. Washington D. C
MILL AND COMMISSION.
tlRALK It IN
KI.Ot'R, (JUAIN AND RAY
HJffkat Cash Pric Paid for Wheat.
LINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Riiiiiiinir Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Mukinir hi
KECT COXXKCTIOX with
Tr.Aivs I.cav s Caiiio:
.':()!t in. M.til.
Arriving In 8t. I.otila !):ri a.m.; Cliiri'o.H:.io p.m.;
Connectlnii at odln and Kfllngham for cincin
uati, I.oulKville. IiiUiamipoliK aud point Kat.
1 1 :ir a.m. St. Louia anil SN't-Htcrii
Conuectinit at ht. Lotii for all poluta Went.
:i:!JiJ i.n. h'nul KxpnaH.
For St. Lottln and Chicago, arriving at St. Loul
li):l")p m.. ami Chit ag'j a m.
.'I t p .in. ( 'ineiiiiiati IOxju-hkb.
Arrivin;' at cinclnfnii Mr, am.; I.otnvl!!e T:)
a m.; 1'uliatiapoliH 4:t a.m. l'aent'er liv
tlii train reai li Die above point lUi lo '.id
HOI KS n advunceof any ntber route.
Fast Timo Kast.
I'SSI'lK'l'; ,V ,n' "lle K'i tbroui;b to K:it.
J ''"C llt I ,.f puiDi witliout any delay
catii-ed by Sunday intervening. The Saturdnv alter
Diion train from Cairn arrive. In ne York Mnndav
tnorniti at lo::iV Thirty-fix bours iu adauceif
aii y other rmite,
f f"Fr througb ti( ket and farther inforniitlon.
apply at I lliuoic Central liailroad Depot. Cairo.
TKAINS AKI.'lYE AT CAIKO.
bxw - -.. ; p m.
AeromtniHiatioti :;:M p m.
Vail t :i) a m.
JAs. .lOIINON. :i. II .t(iES.
en So'irli-rri Ag.-nt. Ticket Agi-tit.
, W I'. .I01(NS')..(k-:i. Pui,(.-ng-r Agei.t.
CAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
IT. W. ftSMITIIKIi.S, Kcooivor.
SIIOKTEST SHOUT LINE HETWEEX
CAIRO AND ST. I.OUIS.
1 brouzli Kxtirer.1 leave Cairo :4f,a m
Tkrou;:h Expren arrive at E.St Louif.. Sioopm.
Through Kxpra leave E. Si Lou,.... '.eiiit.m.
Through Expre arrive at Cairo . r.lnp in.
Munmyfboroaertiniinodnt: on leave Cairo 1 :) p.m.
Mu'pbyboro Arc. arrive.t Murph: boro 7:.Vi p.m.
Mr.riihy.boro Acc. leae Murnhvboro. . . 5:ia m.
M.irphvubor'i Acc. arrive at Cairo.; 11 ::au.m.
TnCn!ro4St Lotii Hail Road I- the only all
Hail Route between Cairo ami St. Louis under one
management, tberelore then' ar-' no delay at
way Mition awaitiui rotiiiertion from other'lini:.
Cioe and aure ronneciiois at St .Loui with oilier
line for North. Lni-l and Vel
J. A. NAl'tiLE. L. M..IOHNSON.
Aent. Ueneral Manairer.
qiiio & Mississippi R'y.
TIME TAIil.F. OK l'AKiKl! TRAIN.- FROM
VINCKNNE" I NuV. oO, W.U
fATV, A ill).
No. g Day Expn- . Except Sun lav ; . . . 1 : :fi p. in.
K Eiir- . Kxeept sumlayi. ... 1-:5p. in.
I Niaht ExpKiI).ii:y) ...la.ia. n:.
W K't'l a i:n
No 5 Exj.p i Except Miiid-iv i ': '." u. in.
' 1 I ay Epr Except M'.ndav '.'.rip. tn.
" :i Ni.'llt tlre.. , Daiiy I 1 : .'" a. la.
J. K. Cl.AKK. C. S. Cost,. .!i:
Agent Vi!:cetlOe C.'Il. Tieket A'! I'i'.r-'.U'.U!!
T. LOUIS, I. M. it S. R'y,
Cairo Time Tulili".
Ti-xas Express iDiilyl .' I' p. m
Cotiuecl at I liarle-tnu f i r t ou:nl'U
Texas Expre-s fDailyl ....a:.'t,a. In
Accommoilation (Duilyj 7::iOp. in
Oibce and Pai nu1 r Depot .No. " Ohio Levee.
J. c. ZI.MMKlt, A-iit.
I). Atci.l. Divisiuii Sui.eriiitetide:U .
Hn'iiilnifg Anieriiuii PacKet Company's
Weekly Line of Steamships
l.ciniug New York every Thursday at -.' P. M.
FOR I'.Nl.l.AND, FRANCE AND C.ERMANY.
Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rite Fur
pa-sttie apply to c. II. lilCHAltl) .V ( o.. Oi nera;
l'aenger Agent. '.! Broadway, Ncit York, or to
II WELLS. Cairo, ills.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
l )n and after Monday, June in. the bolt will make
the following trips:
I.IAVKS LltAVIt I.KAVUS
Foot Fonrth t Missouri L itid'g Kenlucky Ld'cr.
h a. m.
1) a. ut.
i p. m.
4 p. in.
H::)ti a. m.
lo::(i) a. m.
J::ui p. to.
' a. in.
It a. in.
:) p. in.
Tl p. Nl
3 p. ni
i p. nt.
WOOD AND COAL.
( W. WHEELER.
Dealer Inull kinds of
Corel Wooil, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WO0I) AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Wasbitnftou and
amiiAL. I WT.DICAL.
I ... ... j . " i
IS YOL K BLOOD FL'HEf
Now tblfl i. an lmnnrl.nl nun.!.... r..Jlilin,
- ""I .,'-111111, llipilllVH.
pure and wholem blood there, cati boo per
tect health, and without j
life I a mrrr hnrilen uu.tu
Nood the bet medicine known l
Scovill's Blood Pmfler.
'II the creat Sotilhern tlmo tried atdrue Mm-
uj i ouu oe impunity relied on,
W HEN EVEHYTIIINO ELSE Fil.s.
Take It in the Spring time. eperlali for Im
liure aecn-tloiiH nf tin. t i ..... I ,.wi,i4,. ..,
K-a-otiof the year; and take It
AT ALL TIMES,
For Cancer Scrofula, Liver ComplainMWeak
uuu ink ui& come from Impure blood.
tOUX I HENRY. CURUAN &o.
8 C OLLEGE PLACE, NEW' YORIfi
BAKCLAY BUGS., Wholesale Agti.
I). 1 C !
I hii Hbsoliite mill irrealatiililv rtire tr
eiine. Intemperance and the ue of opium to
bacco, narcittica. and stimulants, removliijall
taite. de-lr aud habit of uninj auv of inn,
rendering the tato or denlre for all of taenjer
fectly odious and dlguclltij. (.lying cveryjne
perfect anil irreitible control of the noln ty
of themehe or their fritiirt. t
It prevent that absolute physical and niral
prostration that follow the udden breakin oil"
from using alimulatit or narcotic.
Puck.ivte. prepaid, to cure 1 lo T, perai-ns. $ or
at vour drugtrisl. Sl-7.' per bottle. ,
Temperance aocictiea should recomniendit.
It Is p.-iteclly harmless and never fmlina.
Hoji Hitters Mt. Co., Iioehester, N. Y. Sole .ts
Hop ('migli f'lire destroy all pain, loosti
the c.iii'.'h. quiets the n -rvi s, produces rest, tid
never fulls to cure.
The Hop Pail for Stomach, Liver and hd
nev, is superior to all other. Cure by
sorption. It is perfect-ask druggist.
The Hop Bitter Mfg. Co.. of Rochester. S.
Y. only prepare these remedies; also the lip
Bitter, m lib h are in no sense a beverage or n
toxtcunt. hut the purest aud best Medicine evr
made, making more cure thau all other row
dies. FUR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
THE DAKA BULLETIN.
The Daily fortieth.
Ry Carrier, 2oc I'er Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
BIO Per Year, BIO
If pai l Yearly or St-mi-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin,
A 48 Column g Paire Pnncr
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
To CIA'iis of FIVE or MORE,
fl.r.O l'c-r Yciir.
The I u l let i x J i xde k y
ULAMv HOOIC WORK
Of nil Kinds.
J.YU Ivi n (Is o IM ob Arork
Estimates ftirnislinl ami onlors from
rtliroml jiromptly attctuU'd lo
Two-Sheot. Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
autl ouai'ter sheet rosters and
I'i'oifriniiiiips, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Bill Litdiny, Show
Curds, Business Cards, Ball
and Wedditur invitations, Book Work'
Etc., lite., Etc., Etc.
Only the UKST STOCK in
the Market Usscd.
Address all Communications to E. A.
BURNETT, Cairo, Illinois.
HHE POWER OF AURESTINfi DISEASES
X displayed by this preparation is honorably ac
kuowledged by the Medical Faculty In every sec
tion where It ha heen introduced; and the large
sale is tliu best guarantee, of the estimation in
which It 1 held by the public. This Syrup will
cure Pulmonary Consumption in the lirst and sec
ond stages w ill give great relief and prolong life In
the third Itwill cure Asthma. Bronchitis, Laryngitis,
and Cough. It will cure all disete originating
froHi want of musriilar netiou end nsrroua force.
For Hie effect prodiucd by
FELLOW'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF
In DIeacsof the Lungs, the Inventor is permitted
to reler to the Meilical (ientlemen of St. John ".
B , whose signatures, are attached hereto.
WILLIAM BAYARD. Mr)
EDWIN BAYARD. M i,
THOMAS WALKER. i,
JOHN BEKRA MAN MI), En
DR JOHNSTONE, L R 'L. Ko
OEOltliE KKATOIt, M i)
WH H ARDINO. " "c
J D WHITE. M D
T W CARRITf, M D
I, A A noN Ai.wAiih, M.ivorof the Citv of St. John,
in the Province of New Brunswick. having examined
tlieslguaiuresattatcbcl to the foregoing permit of
refereuce, hereby certifr that I believe them all
genuine. 1 can also testify to the high therapeutical
value of Fellow' Compound Syrup or Hypophos
phltes. and consider it deserving of utteutiou by
the profession gcucraily.
5 3 In testimony w hereof. I have lie rutin-
(reatltoset my ha'iil aud attlxed my Seal of
j. SeaM Muyorality.at theCitvof St. John, this
-sixth day February, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty eight.
Sold by all Ui'uirifists.
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
A FFL1CTED EVERY WH ERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
I ni Trrr lias succeed
ed in coinliininL' fn Diese
CLUE SICK HEADACH
oills Do! herefiiriiri, hii.
lagotilstic (juaMti.-s of a
ami a l'uriryiug Tonic.
Their first Hiitmreiit .f.
:ect is to increase the an-
petite by causing the
lood to properly assluil.
lit,. Til Mm 1 1,.. . .-.turn In
CL RE CONSTIPATION
iliiilirtslitiil unit FlV tll.ll
tonic action mi the diges
tive organs, regular aud
healthy evacuations are
The rapidity with
which the person take
CI KE PILES.
CURE FEVER and Agu
ui nesii wlitle under the
niluence of these pills,
tulieiites their adupta
lility to Dovrish the bod
.. hence tliclr efllrarv in
uring nervous debility,
in- am holy. dvsiiensiA.
CUKE BILIOUS CLIC
w-astinw of the muscles
cure torpid liver
luggishucss of the liver,
iimiartili? health anil
stietigth to the system.
PRIC E gS CENTS.
M Murriiv Street,
NO MO hi-:
SOU GOUT 1
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
Manufactured only under the above Trade Mu
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Perimiiieut cure
gtiaruu'eed. Now exclusively used by nil celebra
ted Physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple,' Harmless and Reliable Remedy ou both
continents. The highest Medlia! Academy of
Pan reports M cures out of IK) rases within three
days. Secret The only dissolver of the poisonous
Uric Acid which exist In the Blood of Rheumatic
and Oouty Patient. $1 a box; boxes for $.'.
Sent to any adilress on recelnt of nrliu. Indorsed
by Physicians. Sold bv all Drtiirglsts. Addres
WAS1IUL HaS & VO.,
Only Importers' Depot IMS Broadway, N, Y.
For Sale by BARCLAY BROS., and Druiiirlst
At4 w f 10nhioA YEAR, or $r to
V I I- ili I'i" a day in vour own locality
nW I I II I No risk U'otuen do as well
vlu 1. vJ J J n '""V nuike more
it " than the amount stated
above. No one ran full to
make money fast. Any one cun do the work. You
can make from Nk' to -J an hour by devoting ynur
evenings and spare time to the business. It costs
not mug to try the nuslnes. Nothing like It lor
money mnUin! evcrotlcivd before. Business ulcus-
arl and strictly honorable Render, If von want to
know all about the best imvlnir business before the
public, send it your address and we will surd you
full particular and private term froc;timile
worth M also free; 'you can then make up voitr
mind for yourself. Addrea OEORUK STINSON
.vCO. Portland. Malue
CONSTITUTION WATER !
TIIRIOK TIMES A DAY.
CUIIEM BRlOlirV DISEASE. INFLAMMATION,
OF THE KIDNEYS. STONE IN THE BLAD
DER. CATARRH OK THE HLADDKR. OLEKT,
DIABETES. OHAVKL.BHICK.DUEU DEPOSIT,
Fi'mnle C(iiiiiliilnts it Hpoelulltj'.
For sale by all Druggist. Send fur circular.
M0 J WAX Si ALLEN. 50 JuknSt., N. Y.
3 O O
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, April 7, 8 p. m.
Wheat unchanged Winter, 10s
8d lis CI; Spring, 10s f lis 4d;
California, average, 10s 4d10 101; Cali
fornia club, 10s ll(llls 4d. Corn
KZVf YORK OUATN.
New York, April 7, 12:05 m.-Wheat-irregular
No. 2 Chicago, f 1 20
$1 28; No. 3 Milwaukee, t 31
1 32; Rod Winter, fl 381 39; No.
2 Red Winter, $1 39 ; No. 3 Aml)cr; f 1 37
Corn quiet No. 2, 54 ,35.
CuiCAdo, April 7, 10:00 a. m.
Wheat-May, 1 13; April. 1 11.
Pork May, 10 25; June, $10 37.
Oats -May, 3(1
Corn May, 30, 14'; June, 3C3i'58'.
LATEST IiV TELEGRAPH.
New York, April C The contest fur the
O'Leary belt is attracting greater interest
than any preceding pedestrian match at so
early a stage of the struggle. When Dobler
passed Hart, thus securing the lead, there
was great cheering tor Chicago, O'Leary
and Dobler. At 8 o'clock this morning the
score stood : Dobler, 1 CO miles; Hart, 137 ;
Fauer. 130; Mclntyre, 145; Allen, 133;
Pegram, 137; Merrit, 135; Howard, 120;
Williams, 123; Wood, 113; Hauainaker,
113; Krohnc, 109.
Dobler, 177 miles; Hart, 173; Allen, 159;
Pegram, 157; Mclntyre, 15G; Merrit, 152;
Howard, 142; Williams, 133; Krohne, 129;
Hanamaker, 128; Woods, 12ti.
Dobler has the best 'M hours' record -177?.;
miles. ''Blower' Brown, in Eng
land, February last, 177 miles in 3J hours.
Dobler's right foot pained him last night,
0Lear!y put porous plaster to it, which re
laxed the muscles, and he is all that his
most sanguine backers could expect. Hart,
the next in the race, look3 fresh aud moves
with elastic step.
Nine o'clock p. m. score: Hart. 210;
Dobler, 213; Pegram, 195; Krohne, 1G4;
Merritt, 180; Williams. 170; Howard, 187;
Mclntyre, 174; Allen, 192; Hanamaker,
1C0; Jaybec, 98.
One o'clock score: Hart, 225: Dobler,
224'; Pegram, 201; Howard, 195; Mcln
tyre, 180; Krohne, 178; Williams. 175;
Hauawaker, 1G8; Jaybec, 101.
Washington, April C The house com
mittee on claims agreed to-day to report fa
vorably the bill awarding to Notre Dame
university, Indiana, $2,334 as rebate of
duties paid upon urticles imported for use
and ornamentation of the university.
The senate committee on military affairs
to-day reported back to the senate for ref
erence to the judiciary committee a joint
resolution introduced by Mr. Jones last
May, by which it is proposed to return to
Mrs. Rowena Guedelhi, now a resident of
London, England, three very valuable
swords, formerly belonging to (Jen. Twiggs
that were confiscated by Gen. I. V. Butler
at the surrender of New Orleans and by
him deposited in the United States treas
ury. Mrs. Guedelhi, formerly Miss Flor
ence, from whom the swords were taken
and turned into the treasury as legitimate
objects for capture and confiscation, claims
that they were presented to her by Gen.
Twiggs, and tliat, therefore, they were and
are her private property. Miss Twiggs,
the general's daughter, chums them how
ever, as her father's legatee.
At the meeting of the cabinet to-dnv,
Secretary Sherman submitted statements of
the receipts from customs and internal rev
enue for six days of the present month, as
compared with the like period during the
month of March. It showed a Hilling olF
of about 12,000.001). The amount, how
ever, was aboat $000,01)0 greater than the
receipts for the first six days in April, 1879.
Receipts Ironi spirits distilled from mate
rials other than apples, peaches or grapes,
from July 1 to December 31, 1879, were
$28,707,928, against $21,043,199 for the
The bill introduced in the house by Mr.
Hurd to establish regulations as to import
ed goods in bond and' with duties paid
provides that it shall not hereafter be law
ful to transport imported goods, wares or
merchandise in bond or with duty paid or
any production or manufactures of the
United States from one port or place in the
Uuited States to any other port or place
therein, when any portion of such transpor
tation is made through tho dominion of
Canada by land carriage, except as tho
snmo is permitted by existing treaty. The
bill was referred to the ways and means
Mn. Henry Stopoh, Mciulville, Pa.,
cured of a bad case of rheumatism by St.
From the LeadvlHet'hroulchj.
A short distance from Buena Vista is a
cave inhabited by spiders which are differ
ent from other spiders by their enormous
size and quite useful to the nedy people of
that vicinity. The cave was discovered
lost December by a party of sight-seekers,
and the spiders and their work witnessed.
Ou entering the cave one is first struck by
the funny looking webs that meet the eye.
They are worked for all the world like the
webs of other spideis, but every fiber is ten
times as large as the ones woven by ordi
On passing on further into the cave they
are encountered. They arc about the size
of small birds and make a strange sound
while weaving their web. Their webs are
so tough and the fibers so large that it is
almost impossible to break down a web.
Some four weeks ago while looking at
the cave a minor got to examining the webs.
Their strands were about the size of a No.
12 thread, and he thought that they could
be used for thread. Having a needle in his
possession he broke off one of the strands
and found that it just fit. Sewing on a
loose button to test the efficacy he found it
as strong as silk thread, and that it an
swered his every purpose. Since then the
people have flocked in and carried away
hosts ot the webs, but the spiders do not
appear to object in the least. There is
some talk among the capitalists of starting
a thread factory there and using the webs
Is Yoin Hair Fallino or Tcrninq
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Principal Depot for United States, 330
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From Hon. Andrew Cornwall, ex
member of legislature. New York state,
Alexandria Bay, January 3d, 1880. II. H.
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severe attack. I then commenced taking
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Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia cures
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Rev. Mr. Alliger, of Jamaica, L. I., suf
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Giles' Pills cures Flatuency.
Brown's Household Panacea is the
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Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
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anu tnereny more certainly relieve pain,
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It cures pain in the side, back or bowels.
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever -of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should lj
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acea m a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
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Mich Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
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destroying worms, can do rio possiblo in
jury to the most delicate child. This ' val
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Wuo is Mrs. Winslow, As this ques
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that she is a lady who for Upwards of thirty
years has untiringly devoted her time and
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principally among ehildren. She has es
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i. moreover, sure to regulate the liowels.
In consequence of this article Mrs. Winslovr .
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