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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 15. 1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 252!
of tbo leading buslues housui whose adertlso.
menu may be found lu Tun Dijuetin .
C. 0. Patier Co., Commercial avenue aud Nina
(1. . Williamson & Co.
Yoeum Uroderlck, Wash. Av.,cor. Eighth.
Dcuuis & O LoukIiIIb, Poplar, cor. Twentieth.
Dr. J. II. Marean; oftlcu, 140 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. C. Jocelyn, Eighth near Commercial .
Dr. K. W. Wliitloclt, LM Commercial aveiiue.
Rolit Smyth, No. 00 Ohio levee.
II H. Cand'n. No. "uOhlo levee (up stairs).
K'lullf le Life, of New York, corner Twelfth aud
Widows aud Orphutis Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Commercial avenue.
J- DRfc'OOlSTS-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Geo. E. O'llara, Eluhteeiith and Commercial.
Alexander Comity Hank, Hth and Commercial
fity National, Ohio lavcc.
ChariM'iOi)., Tuite SUVs. .
John Suroat, comer Twelfth and Levee.
E C. Ford, Corner Nluth and Commercial.
C ENF.RAL DELIVER open iVJU a. m.; closet
I b:: p.m.; Sunday: H to 9 a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
Through Express Maim via Illinois Central and
JIissUmubi CVutral Railroads dose at I -J: p. ra.
Cairo and Poplar UlutT Through and Say Mail
close at 12::i0p. ni. . ...
u .n ! iiiiiu .i,tm1 Cum and Yin-
cmDM iid Miss.ssippl Central Railroads close at
Way i'sil for Narrow (iaitge Railroad closes at 8
Cairo and Evansvllle Klver Route close at B:30
p. m. liady (except rrtday).
Maror-N. B. Thistlewood.
Trasorer Kdwsrd Deauuia
Clera Denuin. J, Foley.
CoaanelorWm. B. Oi.bcrt.
Flrt Ward M. J. Uowlej-
Second Ward-David T. Llnegar. C. K. Wood
mifi: . ... -i if i) u--i,.i, V.tvrt "smith.
Fourth Wsrd-Clnrles 0. Patu-r. James Kynastoo
Circuit .ludje-D. J- Baker.
Circuit Cletk-J- A. Ketiven.
Couuty Jud.'e-U. S. ocum.
County Clerk-S. J lliiumi.
County Attornvy-W-C. M'tlW-y.
Couuty Treasurer Mile V . Parker.
Sheriff -John Hodge.
County Comtnlss!ui:er-T. N . llal.iua), J A.
M. liiaun, Samuel uniejr.
. ..,.,,-,... vr v IT.,it.rith .treet. tM-twefn
A V. ,J rii .treet.: .entce. SaM.ath U
a. m. nd7: P- in.; Sunday School 1:30 p. m.
J batn iu:' p-in. ; i-.imn ,.
MU'RCH OF THE REHKEMKR-(Eplcopal)
yj Fourteenth .treet; Diinuay whms
.,..j. .n . ..vi.n tic iirHver. i .-.....-.-
cb'oo! " m. Friday cveuinR prayer 7: p. m
f-MKT MISSIONARY BAITIST CIirHfll.
.. t, . ..v., - n i r. m 'ut 7::ill I), m.
Sabbath achool at T::w p. m. Rev. I. J. Shore.,
ICTHERAN-Thlrteenth itreet; M-rvicei Sab
A bath 1::J a.m.; Snuday nhooliip m. Rev.
MBTIIODIST-Cor. Eluhth and Walnnt .treet. ;
Preaching Sabbath a. m. and . p.m.;
i,n,yeV meeiinu', Wedne.day ?:: p. m.; Sunday
fccuool, a. m. Rev. Whlttaker, pallor.
1JRKSBYTEIMAN Eighth .treel; preachlne on
Sabbath at 11:0 a. in. and 7::iop. m. prayer
meettn Wednewlar at 7:lp. m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Rev. 1J. Y. icore, pa.tor.
SECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST - Finc-tth
atreet. betweeu Walnut and Cedar itrvvta; .er
Vicea Sabbath at ,J and ':' p. in.
ST JOSEPH'S-tHoinRn Catholic) Corner Cmim
and Walnut .treet.; .ervtee. Sabbath 10:wa.
ni. ; Sunday Schocd at 4 p. m. ; Vesper, i p. m. ; (er
Tice. every 'day at S p. in.
ST PATRICK'S i Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
.treet and Wa.hlni.tou avenue; .eryUx-. Sab
nath S aud 10 n. m. ; Ve.per :t p. m. ; Saiiday Sebool
C p m ; ervlce every day at S p. m. Rev. r . atel,
Obtained for new Invention., or for Improvements
on old ue. ; for medical or other compound, trade
mark, and lubela. CaveiK., AMli;nmeutH, Inter
feromei, Appeal., Suit, for Infringement", and
all cae an.tiiit under the Patent Lawn, prompt-
lv afended to. Invention, that have been
liUlU.iTliM. y 1Uu Patent Officii may .till,
Ivti'lJCivy 1 Til' In mo.t ca.ea. be Patented by
na toluK oppo.lte the V. 8. Patent Department,
and eoeaiied in Patent hii.ine.. exclu.lveiy. wo can
maka cloaer aearche., and aecuru Patenta more
prom,, .),. ud wiiM -road . cliilm., than tho.u who
are remote from Wa.blui.ton.
T TirLTrr IC eud nn a model or .ketch of
1IN YriiM'-l'';5 your device; we make ex
amlnatlonaandadvl.uaa to patentability, free of
chirm. All corre.pondence alriclly conlldentlal.
Price, low. and no charge mile.. PaUint la-aecumd.
We refer tu WaHhliiKton, to Uou Po.tmn.ter
Oenural 1). M. Key, Rev. V. D.Power The Herman
American National Hank, to official. In the I . S.
Patent Offlco, and to Setiatora and Repre.eutatlve.
In C"irre.a: and especially to our client in every
State lu the Unlou aud in Canada. Addreu
O. A. SNOW Sc CO.,
Oppoalta Patent Office. Wa.hlnitou I). C
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND IlAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlio Only Lino Ruuninar Two Daily
rramn uroni rairo. Miikiiiir IH
KECT COXNKCTION with
TiuiNu Leave Cairo:
Arriving In St. I.oul9:i:ia.m.: Chicago. :30 p.m.;
Coniiectl:i at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, i.omi'viiie, imuaunpoiia una puuiu v.n.
H :!." rt.m. Bt. I.oiiiH uud WoHU-rn
ConnrctinK at St, I.ouU for all poluta Wett.
For St. Loufa and Chicago, arrivluj; at St. Loula
10:15 p .m., and Chicago ":) a.m.
li.lH) p.m. (.'inctimiUi Kxprma,
Arrlvlni' at Clncliinnll :!.' a.m.; I.oumrille T.-JO
a m.; IndianapolH 4 : a.m. l'aeT!eni ly
thin train reach the above pniutH 1 'J to liii
llol'li.4 !u advance of any other route.
Fn.t Timn F.nsfr.
I'-liiOtliTPlV '')' "ue K""""l!h to KhsL
inn.llntin ern points without any delay
caused by Sunday inter veiilni;. The Saturduy after
noon truln from Cairo arrltec In new lork .Monday
ruornluL' at l'i::f. Thirty-six hour In advance of
auy other route,
S'fFor through tliketo aud further iufnrmutioD,
apply at Illinois Centj-al Railroad Depot, Cairo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO
KxprcM ...; -J: r, p m.
Accommodation. S:.V p.m.
Mail 4:10 am.
J As. .JOHNSON. J. H. .lONES.
(Jen. sonthern At;ent. Ticket Aaeut.
W. I'. JOHNSON, tien. Pa.cuj:er Atfent.
(JAIRO iV: ST. LOUIS R. R.
It. W. SMITHKItS, 14Ktiver.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
ThrotiL'li ExpreM leave. Cairo 8:4r,a.m.
Tltronuh ExpreM arrive, at E. St. Louis.. 5:iip.m.
Through ExpreM leave. E. H. Loui.... 9:iia.ra.
Through ExpreM arrive, at Cairo S:!0 p.m.
Murphy. boroaccommodatiiuileavi'. Cairo 1 ::(o p.m.
Mu.phTi'huro Acc. arrive. .at Murphy.bcro T:Mp m.
Murphyi)oro Acc. leavri Murj!iy.boro... 5:i'a.M.
Marphvahoro Acc. arrive, at Cairo 11 : iS a.m.
The Cairo 4 St. lunula Kail Road t. the only all
Rail Route between Cairo aud St. Louis ncder one
management, therefore there ar-r nn delay, at
way :atlu!i. awaitiui: connection, from other line..
Clo.eand .ure connection, at St. Loui with other
line, for North, Ka.t and Went.
J. A. NAl'ULE. L. M. JOHNSON.
Ac nt. Ueueral Munairer.
QIIIO & MISSISSIPPI R'V.
TIME TAUI.E OP PASSF.Nr.ER TRAINS FROM
VIXCE.NXES (Nov. ;i0, lbTU.)
No, ? Day Expre.. i Except Sun lay) ... 1 Mil p. m.
' ( Epre.. i Except Suudayi I";.' p.m.
" I N lbt ExpreM (Daily) lMWa. in.
No. fi ExpreM (Except Suuilay) (i:"5 a. m.
1 Mav Exiire.. (Except uuilav). ... 2:W p. ni.
' S Ntiut ExprewiDally). . l:.'ia. m.
J. R. ( I.AHK. C. S. Conk. .In..
Agent Vlncetine. tlen. Ticket Aifl Cincinnati
gT. LOUIS, I. M. it S. R'v.
Tcxaii Expre.. ! Dally 3:1" p. ra
Conuetta ut Charle.-tou for Coluinbue .
Texa. ExpreM f Dally AM, m.
Aceiiminuuaiioii inain i
i I.-....:......- ii i v.. r-. iu. i i ........
Uimi' UIIU 1 fl-rVULIJI I'V 'Vl .1.'. ..' V'lti,. ... .-v.
J. C. Z I MM Eli, Aaeut.
1). AxTtl.t., Division Siineriutetident.
Iliimlmri! Ainerlciin racket Company'
Weekly Line of Steamships
Leaving New York every Thursday at i P. M.
FOR ENCLAND. F1LVNCE AND (iERMANY.
Ticket, to and from Europe at lowe.t rnte.. For
pHf!iL'e apply to c. . nn iiaiw i w., t.euvrai
PamciiBer Aaent.. til Broailway, New York, or to
H WKl.LS. Cairo. 111..
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
T II REE STATES.
On and after Monday, .'line ltl. the boat will make
I.EAVfS LRATR I.RiVTS
Fool Fourth at Mi.wirl Land'R. Kentucky hi'g.
h a. m.
It) a. m.
ti p. m.
hmo a. m.
10:mi a. m.
i:-V) p. ni.
u a. ra.
;) p. m.
5 p. m.
3 p. m
WOOD AND COAL
Q W. WHEELER,
Dealer In nil kind of
Cord Wood, Stovo Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Woshiuffton and
ONE OKTHE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
of the nineteenth century, and one that takei
equal rank with the Invention or the telephone,
tliu electric Upland other acleutlllc marvlea ot
tne &ak. la mat or
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
This Compound po.ai.s the moat remarkable,
Iiealluir ProDertlua of anv known airent einolov.
ed for I lie purpoae of curing
SORES, WOUNDS, CUTS, BRUISES,
Inflittncd and abraded surfuccs, aud for
ALL SKIN DISASES.
It. clean.lliK properties remove all lmptiritiea
that hinder the formation of a healthy tle.h, and
the work of cure eoe. on to completion with
mo.t WONDEKKl-'L RAPIDITY. Let no family
bewlthotit a box of It lu the hou.o. Phyalclaiia
extid Hi virtue.; and the the thou.amlH who
haveu.ed It, unite in recommending It. Beware
Ask for Henry's Carbolic Salvo, aud tnke
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
(3) Sole Proprietor.,
BARCLAY BROS., wuolcealo Agents.
(A Medicine, not a drink,)
HOPS, BUCHL. MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Puri fct and Rent Medical Oalitle. of
ull other Bitter..
All di.es.". of the Stom:ich, Bowels. Blood,
Liver, Kidney., mid I'ulnary Ordain, Nervous
ne... Sleeple.snen and especially Kt-mule Com
plaint.. JlfOI IN OOLD
Will be paid for a cafe they will not cure or help
or for uuythiti; impute or injurious found In
Atkyoitr DrnirirJ't for Hop Bitters and try
theni before you sleep. Take no other.
Hurl'ofoii Cfi:B is the aweetest, safest anil
best. Ask Children.
The Hoi-Paii for Stomach. Liver and Kidueya
is superior to all others. Ask Dro'iat'i.
D. I. C. Is an absolute and tm-si.tablc cure fur
drunkenness. uc of opium, tobacco and nar
cotic. Send for circular.
All above sold by drau'irists.
Hop Bitters Manufacturing Co., Rochester, N. Y.
fP -i aV Pi f TO f"' A EA"- or I ' t0
Lit I L I If 1 3" a day lu vour own localitv
I 1 II I No risk Women do as well
t il 1 V 7 " ,nt'n Manv make more
W w v than the amount stated
above. No one can fail to
make money fust. Any one can do the work. You
can make from Sc to $i anour by devoting your
evenings and spare time to the business. It costs
nothiiii; to try the business. Nothltis like It for
niouev maairis everofTered before. Huslness pleas
ant aud strictly honorable. Render. If you want to
know all about the best paying business before the
puiilic. senu us your address and we will send you
full particulars and private terms free;sample.s
worth?') also free; you can then make up your
mind rorvonrseit. Anurea. ucoiuitt rmasua
Jt'0. Portland. Main
HihO!t Medal at Vienna & Philadelphia
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.
501 Broridway, ?ev.' York.
Mamifacturers, Importers aud
Velvet Frames, Albums, Graphosconcs,
Stereoscopes and iuvs, hnirrav
iiiifi, tlironiDs, Photoffraphs,
And Kindred Goods Celebrities, Actresses, Etc
Photographic Materials !
We arc Headquarters for Everything
ia the way of
Stereopt icons, Magic Lanterns
Each stylo being the best of Its class
in the market.
Beautiful Photographic Transparencies' of Statu
arv and Eiiirraviucf for the window.
Convex flass. Manufacturers ol Velvet Prames
for Miuiatureg and Convex Olass Pictures.
Catalocuo of Lnnterr.s and Slides, with direc
tlous for uslm. sent t n receipt of ten cents. :)-ino
HLACKSMIfll AND WAfiON'M AKKR.
40 constitutTox water
TIIliKK TIMKH A. IJAY.
CtrRES BRKiHT'S DISEASE, INFLAMMATION
OPTUS KIDNEYS, STONE IN THE III. AD
DKR. CATARRH OK TI1K BLAIlDKR. C.t.KKT,
DIABETES. OHAVEL. RHK'K-DDEK DEPOSIT,
Female Coiiiplitlnta a speciality,
for sal? by all Druggists. Send for circular
MORGAN & ALLEN. 59 JolinSt.. N. Y,
HE BEST IN THE WORLI
CHURCH & ccrs.
"Arm and Hammer Brand." ,
Bi-Carb Soda ! Salcratus
Which is the same thinff.
ABSOLUTELY & CHEMICALLY PURE
Itnpttro Bi-Curb Soda or Saleratus (which lathe
aumetiiiniti ioi a sunnily dirty whito color. I
may appear white, examined by Itself, but a COM
PARISON WITH CHLRCH & CO S "Arm an.
Hammer" Brand will show thcdlll'ercuca.
See Hint your Siilaratus and Bakluir Soda Is whit
and I' L" It IC, ns should bo nil atmllar sulislaiicoa
used for loud .
Housekeepers w ho prefer bread made with vuast
will Improve Its qnallly.miiku It rise belter and pre
vent it Horn souring, ny aiming one-hull teaspoon
ful of Church iSc Co. a Soda or Salcrattm. lie sun
und not iiss too niuuh milk. The use of this In nref
:ire nee to bakiutf powder, saves twenty timet ita
See one pound 'Mckagd for valuable In'oruiutlon
SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER.
HYPO -THOS -MITES
IHB POWER OF ARRESTING DISEASES
L displayed bv this ureuaratlou la honorably ac-
uowledued bv the Medical Faculty lu every ee-
Hon where it has been Introduced; and the laruo
tale la thu best guarantee of the estlmatlnu in
which ltla held by thu public. This Syrun will
cure Pulmonary Consumption in thu first aim sec
ond stages will give great relief and prolong life In
thethird It-will ch Asthma. Bronchitis, Laryngitis,
na loiiL'lis. It will cure all dtseises orlL'lnalllii!
from want of muscular action und uervoua force.
For the ell'ect iiroduaed by
ELLOW'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF
In 1I ease ol the I.ttnirs, thu Inventor is permitted
to refer to the Medical (lentlemeii of St. John K.
B., whose signatures ure attached hereto.
WILLIAM BAYARD, MD
EDWIN BAYARIt. M j
THOMAS WALKER, jt
JOHN KERR MAN jt
DR JOHNSTONE, L B r
(.EORiiE KEATOR. m j
W II HARIHNO. M BCS
J II WHITE, M D
T WCARRITT, MD
I. AAltOX ALWAnn. Mavorof thn Cltv nfSl. .Tol.n.
In the Province ofNew Brunswick. havfuc examined
the sliiuatureBiittatched to the foregoing permit of
refereuce, hereby certl fr that I bellevo them all
genuine. I can also testify to the hii;h therapeutical
value of Fellow's Compound Syrup of Hvpopbos-
phltes. and consmur It deserving of attention by
the profesa'ou generally.
my whereof. I have hereun
to set my hand and alllxed my Seal of
Mayorallty.at thct Ityof St. John, ibis
sixth day February, in the veiir of our
Lord one tbouaud eight hundred aud'aixtf -eight.
Sold by all Uruists.
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
Dn Ti'TT has succeed
d in combining lu these
CL'RE SICK HEADACIl
pills the heretofore an.
B'ioulstic qualities or a
Him a Purirvinc Tonic.
Their first apparent cf-
tect ia to increase tne ap
petite by causing the
loud to properly asslml.
iale. Thus thesystem is
nourished, and hv their
touio action oil the diges
tive organs, regular and
healthy evacuations are
Tne rapidity witn
which the persons take
CURE FEVER and Au
on nesh while under thu
influence of these Pills.
indicates, their adapta
bility to nourish the bod-
CURE BILIOUS CoI.IC
y, hence their efficacy lu
eurlng nervous debility,
vastinir of the" muscle
-lugglsliness of the liver,
imparting health and
itrength to the syBtem.
PRICE '.'"1 CENTS.
53 Mnrrar Street,
CURE TORPID LIVER
NO MO UK
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
Manufactured only under the above Trade Mu
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent euro
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted Physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple, Harmless and Reliable Remedy on both
continents. The highest Medical Academy (if
Paris reports as cures out of luo cases wllhln three
(lavs. Secret-The only tlissolverof the poisonous
Uric Acid which exists lu the Blood of Rheumatic
and ttouty Patients. $1 a box; ll boxes for (5.
Sent to any address nu receltit of price. Indorsed
bv Phvsici'aus. Mold by ull Druggist. Address
Only Importers' Depot l! 12 Broadway, N, Y.
For Sale by BARCLAY BROS., and Drimglsta
f T TTATTCm
J. T. WAKBEN & CO.
rt& 66 W. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic drleA'nnd canned Prtiits and
Vegelublos. Canned, dried and salt fish. Pick
les, Sattcos, Oils and Coudlments. Soup
stud', linking Powder, ground and
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, Seed, Jellies, preserves
Uuticy Groceries and Gro
Stock unparallploil In the West.
SEND FOE OUtt "GROCERS'' MANUEL.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool April 13, 2 r. m.
Wheat dul Winter, 10s Gcllls
3J; Spring, 10b10s 8ii; CaliforJ
nia, average, lOg 2d10a 81 ; Cali
fornia club, 10s 8J 4J. Corn 5s 8J
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, April 13, 12:00 r.M.
Whcat irregular No. 2 Chicago, $1 20
1 23; ;No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 28
1 31; Red Winter, 1J321 38; No.
2 ReaWinter,l 37.1 38.
Corn quiet No. 2, 5t54j4'. ,
Chicaoo, April 13, 10:00 a. m.-Wheat-May,
1 14; June, fl 124'.
Pork May, 10 50; June, $10 25.
Oats -May, June, SO'; 30Jf
Corn May, 30; June, 30..
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Washington, April 13. Representative
Clanly left for St. Louis this evening, in com
pany with Col. J. L. D. Morrison. He has
been hard at work all session in the sub
committee on river and harbor bill, and has
accomplished some admirable results.
This morning he made an argument before
the commerce committee in favor of secur
ing an appropriation for an ice harbor at
Kahokia chute. He finally prevailed upon
the committoe to Appropriate $30,000. He
also had the appropriation for a snag-boat
lor Mississippi and Arkansas raised from
1175,000 to $200,000 as reported to the
sub-committee. Twenty thousand dollars
of the amount for the Mississippi from the
mouth of the Illinois to the mouth of the
Ohio was to be expended for protection of
the harbor at Kaskaskia, Ills. To-day an ad
ditional $20,000 was appropriated, so that
the whole original amount goes to river im
THE RESERVOIR SYSTEM.
Washington, April 13. A memorial in
favor of the reservoir system on the Upper
Mississippi river, which is signed by all the
Republicans in congress frum the states in
the Mississippi vtdley whose districts are
affected by commerce on that river, has
been presented to the house commerce com
mittee. The greater portion of the repre-
seniatives lrom the tollowing states have
signed toe memorial : Minnesota, Wiscon
sin, Illinois, Iowa and Missouri.
Washington, April 13. Receipts from
the tobacco tax for the first six months of
the present fiscal year, compared with the
corresponding period of the last fiscal year
in ill districts which returned $30,000 and
upwards during the last fiscal year show a
total increase of $770,790.
AMERICAN TOIIACCO IN EUROPE.
The house committee on foreign affairs
ordered a favorable report to be made to
the house upon the house's joint resolution,
authorizing the president to open such ne
gotiations with France, Spain, Austria and
Italy as he may deem advisable, with a
view of romoving restrictions on importa
tion of tobacco into those countries, and se
curing to our citizens an open market
therein for the same.
All pending nominations lor promotion
in the engineer corps and in the cavalry and
infantry branches of the service were to
day reported favorably from the senate
military committee and placed on the cal
endar. NEW BANKRUPT BILL.
A new bankrupt bill will probably be re
ported to the house at an early day.
The president 1ms nominated Thomas W.
Scott postmaster at Fairfield, 111.
1 1 1
Ukatf.kci. Women. None receive so
much benefit, and none are so profoundly
grateful and show such an interest in rec
ommending Hop Bitters as women. It is
the only remedy peculiarly adapted to the
many ills the sex is nlniost universally sub
ject to. Chills and fever, Indigestion or
deranged liver, constant or periodical sick
headaches, weakness lu tlio back or kid
neys, pain in the shoulders and different
parts of tlio body, a feeling of lassitude
and despondency, ore all readily removed
by these Hitters. Courant.
From a wcll-knowu citizen of Chicago.
Chicago, III., Jan. 1, 1880.
II. II. Warner & Co., Rochester, N. Y.:
Gentlemen. I hovo used Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure with the greatest
satisfaction. It is the only remedy I havo
ever used that I can recommend to my
friends, us it has cured mo of Hright's Dis
ease of long standing, after having visited
the Whito Sulphur Springs of Virginia,
and trying innumerable to-called "reme
dies" of the day. Having resided here tor
forty-neven years, my friends will bo glad
to see this statement. Thu dincoverer is,
Indeed, a public benefactor.
William II. Patterson.
1491 Wabash avenue, near Twenty-ninth
John Perry, a Streator laboror, has lately
received back pension amounting to $2,100.
Ex-Governor Claflin and otheis of Bos
ton, are to build a cotton factory at Wil
mingtoa to have a capital ot $250,000.
Frank Stowell, a thirteen-year-old boy,
nephew to James Dlackmore at El Paso, is
missing from his home.
The great Sullivant farm in Ford county,
now owned by Hiram Sibley, is being rent
ed in tracts ot 100 acres, with all needed
buildings erected for tenants.
Bloomington has on exhibition a picture
of Abraham Lincoln, enlarged to life size
in crayon, from an ambrotype taken when
Lincoln was 37 years of age and attending
court in Bloomington.
Twelve cases of small-pox in the town ot
Mattcson, in the southern part of Cook
county, arc said to have resulted from the
blunder ot a physician, who vaccinated the
victims with vlcus taken from the body of
a person who died cf smtiU-pos, , .. - s
John H. Gunn, of Richvicw, Washington
county.thas been convicted of manslaughter
and sentenced to one year in the Btatc
prison, for the killing of a boy named
Maxcy, at Richview, seventeen years ago.
Thomas Wasson. the would-be murderer
of Harker's Corners, in Peoria county, has
been traced some distance west in the state,
but seems as far as ever from capture. Ilia
divorced wife is still living and will get
Two children of a farmer named Ran
dolph, residing near Tuscola, were playing
together. Tuesday last, when one of them
struck the other a severe blow on the skull
with an at, severing the temple artery. The
child bled till it has become so weak that
It is doubtful if it will recover.
A man named Wessell, of the notorious
Wapella gang, and who recently stole a
horse from a Mr. Webb, of DeWitt county,
has been arrested at Clinton, Ind., with tho
stolen horse in his possesion. Ho hail re
cently been released from tho Chester peni
tentiary, after one year's service, and had
served four years in the Indiana state
THE ILLINOIS HERO.
Decatur (111.) Review.
Nashville, Tenn., was first settled in 1780,
and is consequently 100 years old. She
proposes to have a centennial celebration in
honor of her age. She has invited all the
old soldiers to come and see her and enjoy
her festivities. There are only two soldiers
in tho United States who have been in tho
war of 1812, the Mexican war and the war
of the rebellion. One lives in Philadel
phia and the other in Decatur; the first is
Gen. Patterson, and the second Uncle Billy
Young. They have both been invited.
Philadelphia proposes to send her hero,
shall we send ours? Tho celebration com
mences on the 24th inst., and closes on tho
2'Jth day of May. Let tho military com
panies meet and petition tho governor to
send Uncle Billy as the Illinois hero.
TOO GOOD.TO BE KISSED.
A correspondent. writes: "In your last
number your allusicn to promiscous kiss
ing among dissenters reminds mu of a kiss
called the 'kiss ot conciliation,' with which
a very high Angelican clergyman sealed
his sentence of absolution, were his peni
tent but youug and fair. He heard con
fession in a private oratory, established in
his own house, and so decoyed his spiritual
flock into constant visits. One of them
talked her mother over to adopt the mod
ern guise 'mock turtle' Romanism.
She too knelt a humble penitent before the
ritualistic fledgling. 'Did lie kiss your
mother?' I inquired. Her naive daughter
answered: 'Oil, no! of couiso not. She
is such a saint, you see, that she requires
no conciliation,' "
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