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CAIRO ' BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNINU, AWtIL 17, 1830.
blRKCTOBY. I Piirnnina I I " ' :
" - mmjiiah. 3IKDICAL.
mmmtm mmmmmmmmm m
of tho IcadliiK hiisluesi house, whoso advertise
menu may be found U Tun Hl i.i.etin,
C. O. Patler A Co., Commercial avenue anil Nine
(i I). Williamson & Co.
Yocum Jt ilrnili-riclc, Wash. Ave., cor. Eighth.
Dcouls & O'LoukuIIu, Poplar, cor. Twentieth.
l)r. J. II. Marvin; office, 111) Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. (.'. Jocclvn. Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. K. W. Wtit'tlock, IK Commercial aveuuu.
Itoht. SinytU, No. ) Ohio levee.
H. 11. Candee, No. TUOhlo li-vce (up stairs).
Kquitalilo Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and
Widow ami Orphan Mutual Aid Soc.ety, Seventh
and Comui'-rciul avenue.
-DRl'diilSTS-WHoLKSALK AND RETAIL.
Geo. E. O'lla'a, Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Hank, HtU and Commercial,
tity National, Oliio levee.
Champion. Three States.
Jjhn Spioat. corner Twelfth and Levee.
E ('. Kurd. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
KNEKAL DELIVER open :J a.m.; clonea
VJ ::y)u.m.; buuday : s to a. m.
M ijn'y Order Depurtm.-iit open at 8 a. m.; clones
!Tlirou''!i Express Mall via Illinois Central and
WiMiMijipi Cea'-ral Railroads dose at M: n. rn.
Cairo and Poplar Ulufl Tflroud aud Way Mall
times at 1 J : v p. m.
Wav Vuil vfa Illinois Central. Cairo and in
terme's and Mis'.HSippi Central Railroads close at
i 15 p. m. ., , , . ,
Way Ma.l fjr Narrow Ci'iu;'e Railroad close at 3
Cairo t:A EvmwUW! Hirer Route ctuv at n-.ji)
p. in. !' (except Friday).
Mavor N. B. Thistlcwood.
Treasurer -Hdward Dezouii.
Clerk-Drunin. J. Koicy.
Coaulor--Wni. B (tilliert.
Marabal J ' Lallae.
Attorney-William Hen lrit its.
HUAIU) r AUlKllllK.
Xirnt War l-M. .1. Holey
Second Ward-Dawd T. Liucar. C. H. Wood-
Third Ward-W. P. Wrisht. Eoert Smith.
K'i'irth VS ard -Charles U. 1'atier. James kynastou
Kifth Ward -T. W. llalliday. Ernet U. l'eltit.
Circuit .Tndu'e-D. .J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk1. A. Heaves.
Couuty J tldif It. f. Yucum.
Couutv Ati.inio W. C. .M ilki-y
CouinvTrcaaurer-Milcs W. l'arker.
Sheriff John Holies.
County CMUiiit"ioners r. . ililiiuay, J a.
M . Ciilth. Samuel Briley,
4 KHICAN M. K. Fourteenth siren, ih-svu-i u
Wr.lnut and Cedar atreet : ervlrM babliath 11
a. ui and ": p. tu-; sunJjy scaooi i - p. iu.
(imiSTIAN-Elirhte-nth utreet: miHiting Sal
J bath ft;:') p. m.; preachln otcar-ionally.
nrRt'II OK THE RED EEMKK (Episcopal)
' Vj Koirt-.-ut!i atreet: Suudav Moruiti prayera
ID V) a m.; evening prayern, p. m.: Sunrtay
ichool : 'A a. m. Kliday eveninn prayer T: P- w.
TIKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIU'RCH.
P richiD at W::i a. m.. P- m., and ?:: p. m.
Sabbaih Dctiool at T p. ru. Rev. T. J. Shorua,
IUTHERAN-Thirteent'i atreet: KTvlcei Sab
j bath r et a. m.; Sunday nclioolSp. ui. Rev.
MBTIIODIST-Cor. Kicbth and Walnut Greets;
Preai-hinn babhath a. m. and T p.m.:
praver meetlua. Wednenday 7 M p. in.; Sunday
School. a. m. R r. Wlilttaker, puftor.
1RESBYTERIAN Elu'bth rvet: preachlne rn
Sat'bath at a. m. and 7:lp. m.; prayer
maetlnis Wedueadav at 7:p. m.; Sunday School
at :i p. m. Rev. B. Y. George, pui-tor.
OECOND FREE-WILL BAITIST Fifteetth
0 atreet. Imtween W alnut and Cedar Hreetn; ser
vices Sabbath at :l uud 7: VI p. m.
ST. JOSKI'irs- Roman Catholic) Corner Crow
and Walnut meet; aervleen sabbath I0::M a.
in : Sunday School at li p. UI.; Venpera ! p. UI.; er
rueii every day at h p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S- Roman Cuthollc) Comer Ninth
Htreet and Wanhluiton avenue; aervicen Sab
bath t and 10 a. ni. ; Venperi" .1 p m. ; Sunday School
1 p m. ; service every day at ) p. m. Kev. F. Zabel,
Obtained for new inventlona. or for improvement
on old one ; for medical or other compound, trade
mark and label. Caveat, Ali!tirueut, Inter
ference, Appeal, Suit for Infringement, and
lv attended to. Invention that have beeu
I) L" I L I ' I H I I "i "ll 1 "'em uuieu may iiui.
It Till III' XlJll u mot cue. be tmtcuted by
n. Beln oppolto tke V. 8. Patent Department,
ann eoRaituu iu .
make cloaer earche. and eeure Patent more
promptly, and with broader claim, than thoe who
are remoti! from Wahinaton.
1 WWTMl' ""'"d 1111 mnJel or 'ketch of
li V Jjil lvlto y0ur device; we make ex
amination and advle a to patentability, free of
charxe. All correspondence trlctly confidential.
Price low, and no charge utile Patent i-Hecurd.
We refer In Waahlucton. to lion Potmater
Oeseral D. M. Kev. Rev. K. D.Power The Herman
American National Bank, to official lu the V. S.
l'atent Otllco. and to Senator and ReprcNciitatlvm
In Ongreii; and especially to oar client tu every
State In the union and In Canada. Addreu
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Oppoalte Patent ottlce. Wahlnnton D.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hitfliest Cask Price Paid for Wkeat.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Uuuuinar Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Making DI
RECT COXXKCTION with
Tn.MNa Lkavb C'jiino:
:J:Di)it ,n. Mull,
Arrlvlnsln St. Loul 9:-a.m : CUlcauo.::p.in.:
Connecting at Odin and Kff.ni;haiu for Ciu' lii.
nati, Louinvilie, Iiiuiaimpolm and pointu Eat.
11:15 a.irv. Kt. Loium tmel 'c-jitc-rn
JOx i !.
Connecting at St. Louit for all point Wet.
'JWO r-.li. I-'iat Kxpre'a.
For St I.ouU and Chicago, arrlvint: at St. Louie
to:lj p m., and Chicago ;':,'iu.
:i Uc j) ia. (.'iiK-iiiii.'itl Impress.
Arriving at Cincinnnti 7:15 a m.; I.ouiti!!e 7:'.fi
a m.: IndlanapoltN 4. tu a.m. I'aer2er 'v
tin train reac'i the above point 1 to ,'J(J
llOt.'RS 'u advance of any other route.
Fast Time Ka.-t.
l'l1lMr,l'j ''J' ",lc (so throiiith to I.;it.
Ji-,1 J . em point without any delay
caued by Sunday Interveiiiu. Tile Saturday ai'er
noon train linui ( airo arrive in new York .Monday
momma at lu::r. Thirtv-ix hours in ailvance of
any oilier route,
tFr ttiron.b ticket ar.d further Information,
upplyal Illiuoi C'ctittul Railroad Depot. C airo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO
fcxpre" M ... ; -j;-, i m.
Aeconimodation :;:Vi p m,
Mail t:M a ;n.
JAs. JOHNSON. J. H. .(ONES,
O'Ti outh-rn Al'i i.t. Ticke Ae.-it.
W. I'. JOHN.-ON.tieu. Pa-enaiT A'el.t.
CAIRO A: ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. W. SMITllKltsj, Kfct-iver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Thronah Espre leave Cairo S:45a in.
Tferouiih Etpre arrive at E. St. Louis.. 5;inp.in.
Throiltrii Kxpre leave E. St. Loul.... :'i.m.
Throuitb Exprr arrive" at Cairo 5:lnp.m.
M irphyoboroaccommodatlotileavc Cairo 1 :1o p.m.
Muphyboro Acc. arrive-! Mi;rphy"boro T:Nip.tn.
Murphyburo Acc. leave Murphyboro. . . 5:o!'a.m.
MrpLvboro Acc. arrive" at Cairo Uitwa.m.
The Cairo 4 St Lou I Hail Road i the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Lout under one
niatacemect. therefure there are no delay at
y station avcaitluu eonin-e tioti from oiher line.
Cloe sod nre connection" nt St. Lou! with other
line for North, Ei.t and Weft.
J. A. NATOLE.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R v.
TIME TAItt.K OK I'.VEN(;KR TRAINS FROM
VISCENNLS (NoV. 0,
No. i Day Epre i Except uu lay). .. . t : ffi p. m.
' ti Ep're i Except Suudtv)....' 1 p. iu.
" 4 Ni.ht Expre-s I.njy " U:i'-. ni,
No. r Expre (Except Sundayl
' 1 Dav Exurcx i Except saiol.ivl
' :t Nii'ht Expre (Daily)
J. K. Ct.Ai. C. S. Com-. Jr..
Ageut Viucenne. fien. Tk-ket A,' t C
li:' " a. in.
':M p. tu.
1 :i' ;u ni.
gT. LOUIS, I. M. it S. R'y.
" - . . L
Cairo U'imp Ttible.
Texa Expre Dally 2:15 p. m
Connect at I hurictnii for Columbia.
Texa Expre-- fDailyl i:a. ni.
Accommodation Daily p. m.
U'tice and l,a.euL'er Depot No. Oliio Levee.
J. C. Zl MM ER, A-ei.t.
I). Axtei.i., Division Suverlntecdeiit .
H.imlniri: AnicririiD Packet Com-uiny'
Weekly Line of Steamships
Leaving New York every Thursday at i P. M.
FOR ENGLAND, FRANCE AND GERMANY.
Ticket" to and from Europe nt lovet rate". For
paaae aptdv to C. 11. RICHARD ,v CO.,t.eneral
ra-Ki'iiirer Aieut", lil Ilroadwav, New York, or to
II WELLS. Cairo. 111.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO..
On nndafter Moudny, June 18, the boat wlllmitko
the fullowlnic trip:
LEAVES LEAVE LEAVE
Foot Fourth t Missouri Land's. Kentucky Ld'g.
H a. ra. H::)0 a. m. a. nv.
to a. in. I o : u a. m. It a.m.
t! p. m. -.'"iO p. m. ;l p. m.
4 p. in.' 4::ltl p.m. 5 p. m.
2 p.m. iilOp.m. 3 p. m
WOOD AN D COAL.
i. W. WHEELER.
Dealer In all kind of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington and
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
ERIES of the nineteenth century, and one that takea
equal raukwith the Invention of the tclcphouu,
tncelectrlc llu'ht uud other aclcntlnc niarvlea of
tlieav. ia thai of
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Thl Compound poii the moat remarkablo
Healiiiii Properties of any known aent employ
ed for the purpose of curluu
SORES, WOUNDS, CITS, BRUISES,
Inflamed and abraded surfaces, and for
ALL SKIN DISASES.
It r.U-mlng properties remova all Impurltle
that hinder the formation of a healthy lleh, and
the work of cure yoe on to completion with
moHi WONDERFUL RAPIDITY. Let no family
bewitbout a box or it in the houe. Phvulelan
extol it virtue; and the the thou"an'il who
huvet!"e UK, j R.C(),nmcudln It. Hewaru
Ank for Henry's Carlwilic Salve, nnd take
JOHN F. HENliV, C UItltAN & CO.,
(') Sole Proprietor.
BARCLAY BROS . wholeMle A.-eut!1
HOP I JITTERS.
(A Medicine, not a drink.)
HOPS, BUCHl. MANDRAKE, DAN
DEMON. And the PurcM and Jlet Medical (ualitle of
all oth'-r I'ltter.
All di"eii- of the Stomach. Rowel, Illonil,
Liver. Kidney, uud Uuiuary Orijan. Nervous
ne. Sli.vpleneM and e-pecially Fcniale Com
pialnt". $lurl IN fiOLD
Will be paid f,,ra caethey will not cure or help
or for uuythiu luipute or iniurloii found In
A-kyn!irDriigL'!ft fur Hop Bitter and try
the ui before you i-ieep. T.ike no other.
Hop Cot oii ( t im is the wetet, PufeHt anil
be-t. Ak Children.
The Hoi' Pao for Stomach. Liver and Kidney
is '.iperior to all oth-r. A"k Drtr'jists.
D. I. C. 1 an abeolute an 1 irrei.table cure for
drunkenne". ue of opium, tobacco and nar
cotic. Send for circular.
A'l above old by iir:i j'i'.
Hop Iiittere Mauufac'turluKCo., Rochester, N. Y".
f TO $110 A YEAR, rtr
1' I I I II l-adavln vour own li
?S I 11 II tS"" v'"neudoi
tA) I UJ V.rt,s meu MaDV mttk,i
TT v ihan th amount
TO jiioMo YEAR, ttr to
a w ell
above. No one can fail to
make money fa-t. Any one can do the work. You
ca'i make from .'oc to Jau hour by devoting vour
evening and pare time to the hii"iite. It. cot
nmhliik' to try the bi-.-lr.' . Nothlns like It for
mouvy ma'Kiui.' -veronVred before. Hiifine plea
aLt aud ctrictly honorable. Reader, if you want to
know all about the bcM paviiiL' huiue hefore the
ubllc. end u your addr.- and we will end von
lull particular and private term free sample
vvor:h$.' ao free; you can then make up vour
mind f.,rvo:re:f. Addrea. OEORCiE ST1NSON
iJt'O. Portland. Maiu
Holiest Metliilat Vienna i Pliiiadeliihia
E. & II. T. ANTHONY & CO..
5fl Bro:(lv:ty, New York.
Manufacturer11. Importer aud
Velvet Frames, Albums, Graplioseopcs,
Steicosi'ojM's and Viuws. Kinrvav
iiitfs, t'liromos. I'liotojraiilis,
And Kindred Ciood Celebrities'. Actrean-, Etc.
I'hotojji'aphic Materials !
We ere Heai!nu.irter for Everything
ia the way of
Stereopt icons, Majyfic Lanterns
Each style bein; the bet of it cla
lu the market.
Beautiful Photo2raphieTruiiareuclc! of Statu
ary aud Enirravina lor the window.
Convex i;!a, Manufacturer of Velvet Frames
for Miniature and Couvcx Cila I'ictures.
Catalou'iie of Latitt-n and Slide, with direc
tion for ueiiiiT. ent on receipt of ten Cent, ll-nio-
BLACKSMITH AND WAOOXMAKER.
CONSTITUTION WATER '
w CONSTITUTION WATER
THUl'lK TIMKS A DAY.
CURES BRIOIir-s DISEASE, INFLAMMATION,
OF THE KIDNEYS, STONE IN THE It LAD
DER. CATARRH OF THE BLADDER. CJLEKT,
DIABETES. UHAVKL. URICK DDER DEPOSIT,
For a!e by all DrtiKplH. Send for circular. '
JIORII.VX & ALLEN'. r! JolmSt.. N. Y.
THE REST IN THE WORLD
CHURCH & CO'S.
"Arm and Hammer Brand."
Bi-Carb Soda i iSalcmtus
Which is the same tliinff.
ABSOLUTELY i CHEMICALLY ri'KE!
Impuro Bl-C'arb Soda or Saleraliiahvhlch I the
taint' tiling) l of a. alluhtlv dirty while color. It
mar appear vthitc, examined by Itaelf. but a COM
PARISON WITH CHURCH A CO'S "Arm aud
Hammer" Brand w III hovv tliedltl'ereiice.
See that your Salaratu and Baking Soda I white
and PURE, a should be all iitulliir ubi-lance
used for food. -
Housekeeper who prefer bread tndcwlthyuat,
will Improve. It (innlit v.nmkc1 It rise better and pre
vent It fiom ourlnn, by addlne oue-liall teapon
fill of Church & Co.' Soda or Saleratu. Be sunt
and not no too miioh milk, The use of thl In pref.
srence to baking powder, save tweuty tlmea It)
See one pound 'vnckiwo for valuable Information
and read carefully.
SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER.
HMIB POWER OK
knowledu'cd by the Medical Faculty in every -c
oifplayed by thl preparation I honorably uc
tlOII Where it hM tu.en l,i(trtn...f4 unit thi. li. i.i
alci the bet ifuaranteu of tint estimation In
which It I held by the public. Till Syrup will
cure Pulmonary Consumption In tbu first and sec
ond stages -will (iveirreal relief anil prolong life in
the third Itwlll cure Athina.Dronchtti.Larvn;:illt,
und Co.itrki. It w ill cure all die ie oriluatiua
fruKi want of muscular action and nervous force.
For the effect produted by
FKLLOW'S COMrOTND SYRUP OF
In Dl-eies of the I.unjc. the inventor i permitted
to refer to the Medical Oetitlemen of St. John N,
B., whof sii;iiature are attached hereto.
. WILLIAM BAYARD. M
EDWIN !A YARD. M n
JOHN HEKK1 MAN '
Dli JOHNSTONE. I. ',.
.EOIti.E KEATOR. M D
W II HARDINO. M it,. s
I I) WHITE. M D
TWCARRITT, M D
I. Aakos Ar.WAim. Mayor of the City of St. John,
u the Province of New Ilninsvvlclj, having examiiied
tliesiisnatiireenttatched tothe foreiroiui: permit of
reference, hemby certify that I hvlievu them all
eenulne. I can alo t"Mify to the hl-h therapeutical
valueof Fellow Compound Syrup of Hvpophos
Phites. aud consider It deervln of attention by
the prol'ess'on (jem-rady.
3 3 In tetlmonv whereof. I have her 'iin-
(.reat to set my haml und allixed mv Seal of
Seal MuyoMlity.attlieCltyof Si. Johu. this
t ; -sixth day Eebruary. in the year of our
Lord one thousand ei;-ht hundred and sixty-eiht.
Sold by all Dru agists.
NEW SERIES NO. 254.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, April 1C, 2 p. k,
Wheat dul Winter, 10 6dlls
3d; Spriug, 1010a 8,1; Califor
nia, averago, 10s SJQIOs 81 ; Cali
fornia club, 10s 81 41. Cora-53 8 J
NEW YORK ORAfN.
New York, April 10, 12:00 p.m.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Chicago, 1 210
1 27; No. 2 Milwaukee, .$1 29
i ai;Rwl Winter, l 28Q1 a.J; No.
2 Red Winter, 1 ;)3,.
Corn quiet No. 2, 04(2)54'.
Chicaoo, April 1C, 12:00 m.
Wheat-May, 1 14; June, f 1 12,i..
Pork-May, 9 8012jf; June, !) Do.
Oats -May, June, ; 30..
Corn May, C.j; June, ;i.i;8'.
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
At Lit 1 ED E EKY WHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
CL'KE SICK H2ADACH
Cl'RE FEVKI! and Au'tn
Cl'RE BlLIOlS Cl'LIC
CTKK TuRI'ID LIVER
Dn Terr has succeed-
el tu coinimiini; In these
puis mi! neretoioru air
'a.'oulstlc (liiaUti. of a
ind a IbirifviiiirToiiic.
Their tlrst ai)oarent ef-
ieci i to incn-aso the np-
lenie oy causiug tne
od to iroperly assimi.
ate. Thus the system la
nourished, aud bv their
I'ouio action on the dives
i'lve oru'an, regular and
jlieallhy evuciiatlou aru
i nn rapidity w th
which the person take
m flesh while under the
iirluence of these Dill.
indicates their adaltta-
illliy to nourish the hod
, hence their eltleacv in
uiiriir nervous debility.
wastinir of the muscle
'liiitijlshiics ol the liver,
li runic Ciinstlpiillon.and
tupartlni; health and
'ireiiL'th to the system.
M Murray Street,
NO MO UK
V ACl'TR OR CHRONIC
Manufactured only under the above Trade Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OK PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent euro
L'tiarau'eed. Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted I'hv-lclaiis of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple," llaruib' and Reliable Remedy on both
continent. The highest. Medical Academy of
Pan reaorl ;." cure out of lul case within three
dav. Secret Tlie only dlsolverof the poisonous
I'r'lc Acid which exists in tliu lilood of Rheumatic
and (toutv I'aiient. $1 a box; H boxes for $1.
Sent to any address ou retvijit of price. Indorsed
by Physicians. Sold by all DrunuUt AUdres
WASH BU UN & CO.,
Only Importers' Depot ii Ilrnadwii), N, Y.
1'orSaieby RARCLAY BROS., and Drulsti
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
GRANT DEMONSTRATION IN CHICAGO.
Chicago, April 15. Movements iu Illi
nois of late having caused some apprehen
sions on the part of the friends of Gen.
Orant that the state might be carried for
Blaine iu the national convention, a mass
meeting in the interests of Grant was held
at Central Music hall this evening. Nearly
3,000 people were present, all available
room being closely occupied, Rob't E. Lin
coln was chairmaiu. A number of ladies
were in the audience and a number of
prominent politicians occupied seats on the
platform. The speakers ot the evening
were Emory A. Storrs, whose speech was re
plete with humr, which was heartily ap
preciated by the audience; Stephen A.
Douglass, Jr.; E. C. Lamed and others.
Gen. Logan, who had not known of the ar
rangements for the meetiug until his ar
rival, being urgently renuested to remain,
spoke at length.
The resolutions adopted tavor the nomin
ation of Grant from motives of policy,
prcdencc, public safety and preservation of
the law, which protects all citizens in their
political rights, and in Illinois especially
considerations of gratitude, duty and local
pride should induce his nomination. There
is too much talk of the unwritten law when
the other laws arc disregarded. Grant is a
man of victory and success. His election
would mean stability of government am
finance ami tranquility to the country. It
would be a step toward a plan of universal
peace among the nations which his wise
policy has encouraged. His nomination is
the oik; boon the dusky million of the
south long hope and pray for. The turbu
lent clement of the south will give way to
that hero who has twice conquered them,
once by arms and once by unequalled mag-
namity. Lastly, ai; KepuDlicans are
pledged to support the nominee of the na
to. Nobody knows what his course will be
in tho event of Grant's nomination, although
it ought not to bo very difficult to make a
guess. This at least your correspondent is
at liberty to Bay : That Mr. Schurz symp v
thizes with the purposo of the St. Louis con
vention, at least to this extent, that he hopes
that it will make such an impression on the
Chicago convention as to determine that
body not to nominate Grant.
EsTAiii.rsn healthful co-operation be
tween the stomach, the liver and the bow
els, if you want t banish sick headaches,
nervousness, and mental despondency.
Upon the vigor of the first named organ de
pend the good service of tho two latter.
That tine stomachic, Hostetter's Bitters,
pure, approved by physicians, derived from
the best botanic sources, soon puU to routo
the symptoms which make the lives of ner
vous, bilious invalids miserable. The very
fountain head of such trouble is feebleness
of digestion, for which it is an incompara
ble, long established and widely celebrated
remedy. It builds up tho constitution
when shaken by disease, ami protects it
against malarial and other hurtful in
fluences. It is an agreeable appetizer, a
useful strengthening cordial for the conval
escent, nnd great!y mitigates the gathering
infirmities of age.
J. T. WARREN ft CO.
, 64 & COW. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic dried aud canned Fruit and
Vegetable. Canned, dried and salt Klsh. Pick
les, Sauces, Oils and Condiment, Soup
ttiftV, Halting Powder, Rroiind and
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soap, Seed, Jellies, Preserve
Fancy Groceries and Cfro
Stock unparalleled iu tlie West.
SEND FOR OUR "GU0CERS" MANUEL.
Washington, April 15. Members of the
Illinois delegation in congress were given a
hearing by the house committee on com
merce to-day upon the subject of harbor
improvements in the Illinois river, and
made arguments urging an appropriation
of 1100,000 in the river and harbor bill for
CONG RKSSIONAI, KCoNOMV.
The senate committee, appointed to audit
nnd control the contingent expenses of that
body, have approved expenditures to date
of Sergcant-at-Arms Bright, for transfer of
senate mails ami documents. It is found
that the new plan adopted by Bright ef
fects a saving to the government of at least
three thousand dollars a year, and that the
service is performed in a mot satisfactory
TIIK STAR SKRVICK.
The senate committee on post offices and
post roud.s to-day appointed a sub-committee,
coiiMstingof Messrs. Farley, Bailey and
Kukwood to examine into existing laws
regulating the star service, its expedition
and increases, and to report such revision of
the same as may be needful to protect the
interests of the government.
Tho treasury department purchased 1)00,
000 ounces of silver for tho Philadelphia
and San Francisco mints.
Schuhz on Grant.
Washington, April 13. Secretary Schurz
said this evening that ho was not surprised
at the action of the Missouri Republican
convention, lie had supposed all along
that ex-Postmaster C. I. Filley would man
age it. Ho does not give up hope of beat
ing Grant, however, in the convention, and
thinks ho sees signs of fear among the
Grant leaders, fear both of defeat in tho
convention aud, should that not happen, of
defeat at the polls. A rumor has been pub
lished to tho effect that Schurz would take
part ia tho anti-third term convention to be
held next month in St. Louis. It is not his
purposo to do that nor has he beeu invited
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 0 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
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Now t Guow Fat. Just now whn so
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would suggest that it would be a good idea
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this keep the bowels and liver regulated'
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Itching Piles Symptoms and Clrb.
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, increased by scratch
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as if pin worms were crawling in and about
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serious results may follow. Dr. Swayne's
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Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
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It cures pain iu the side, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
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"Jlrown's Household Panacea'' should bo
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if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
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Much Sickness, undoubtedly with chrJ
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jury to the most delicate child. This val
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Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia cures
neuralgia, face ache, rheumatism, gout,
frost feet, chilblains, sore throat, erysipelas,
bruises, and wounds of every nature in man
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remedy has effected classes it as one of the
most important and valuable remedies iw.r
discovered for the cure and relief of pain.
W.M.Giles' 120 West Broadway, N. Y.:
otir Ltiniment Iodide Ammonia has cured
my rlutematism. T. S. Clarkson, Tivoll,
Dutchess county, N. Y. Giles' Pills rnr...
From a well-known citizeriof Chicago.
Chicaoo, 111., Jan 1, 1830.
H. II. Warner & Co., Rochester, N. Y.:
Gentlemen. I have used Warner's Sufn
Kidney ami Liver Cure with the greatest
satisfaction. It is the only remedy rimve
ever used that I can reconi mend to my
friends, as it has cured me of Briirht" Dis
ease of long standing, after having visitcd
inu ii iiiil- fumum ouniiiTS ot v lrcmini
and trying innumerable so-called "reme
dies" of the day. Having resided hero for
forty-seven years, my friends will be glad .
to see this statement. The discoverer is.
indeed, a public benefactor.
William H. Patterson.
1401 Wabash avenue, near Tweuty-ninth
Kidney-Wort ia hot weather sustains
the system and keeps up the strength.
In the cure of consumption there is urob.
ably no known medicine equal to the Svrun
of Hypophosphites prepared by Mr. James
l. mows, cnemist, St. John, N. B. A-
numberot cases have come under our no
tice the past year wheu the results which
havefollowed its use liavo been astonish
ing. Wo writo this unsolicited by any one,
and advise the afflicted to try it. EditAr
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much benefit, and none are so profound.
grateful and show such an interest iu rcc-
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ject to. Chills and fover, indigestion or
deranged liver, constant or periodical sick
iionuacncs, weaicness in tho back or kid
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parts of the lody, a feeling of lassitude
and despondency, are all readily remote!
by these Ditto's. Courant.