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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1830.
of tlin leading bimlm litue whoe sl vert Mo
ment may be found In Tui Dui.i.itin .
C. 0. 1'at'.ur Si Co., Commercial avennft and Nine
; I). Williamson it Co.
Ywum A Hroderlt-k, Wash. Ave., tor. Eighth.
Deuul 4 O Luughllu, Poplar, cor. Twentieth.
Dr. J. H. Marean; olllce, 140 Commercial axcuue.
I)r. W.C. .Jor.'lvn, Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. K. W. hillock, 1 M Commercial avenue.
Rubt. Smyth, Nod) Olilo levee.
11. II. Camlet-, So. TuOhli ..-ve (tip malm).
K'lU'.tibl I,lf, of New York, corner Twelllb and
Widows awl Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Commercial aveuue.
-I)HI;(i;iSTS-WIIOI.ESALE AND RETAIL.
Oeo. K. O'Hara, Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander Comity Rank, KtU aud Commorelal
Crty Mtional, Ohio ievee,
Champion. Three Slate.
John Sprout, corner Twelfth and Levee,
E C Ford, Corner Ninth and Commercial.
KN Kit AL DELIVERY open i :M a. m.; close
Ll ij::m p.m.; fuuday: lot a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8a.ru.; close
at fi p. i.
Thr-jinja Kt:",w Mali vl Illinois Central ar.d
Mississippi 's:4l Hnll-untls close at l:!:'ip. tn.
Cvro aJ Poplar bin! Through and Way Mall
t' at H:p m.
W ay Mill vi i HilttuM Central, Cairo and Vln
CeunrM and Mi.ippi Central iiallroad clou at
i ll p. Ill
Way Mill for Narrow li autre Railroad close at 6
Cairn aud Kvsu-vi'.le River Route clone at f::V)
p. m. d :y (except Friday).
Mayor N. I) Thisl'.ewooi
Treasurer -Edward Drzoni.
Cierk-irnoi J. Foley.
Coanselor - Win H Ol.bert.
Attorney Wlliia.n Hetiirirk.
KHAKI) or Al.tlKRHE!.
First Ward-M. . I. Rowley
Second Ward-David T. Linear. C. P.- Wood
ward. Third Ward-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Faurth Ward-Charles O. Pa'u-r. James Kyr.aston
P;flh Ward-T. W. HalllJay. Ernert B. Pctttt.
Circuit Judge-D. J. I'.ak, r.
Circuit Ciirk-J. A. Renves.
t'vuntv Jod.'e K. S. Yocum.
Couutv t'ler. S. J Hutnwi.
County Attorny-W c. M-i'k- y.
Coautv Twaonfr MUe W. Pi.-U'.r.
County Commissioner 1. W. iUtlloay, J A.
M Olbb. Sam llriiey.
VFKH'AN M. K . Kod't-eiitli street, tv-twi-eu
Walnut and Cellar street.: scrvire Sabbat It 11
a. m. and ?: i p. m.; Mumlay .school 1:. p. m.
(URISTlANF.I"liteenth street meeting Sab
J batb lo.-lop. m ; preaching occasionally.
fHIUKCII OK THE REDEEMER -Episcopal)
Kj Kourteenth ureet; Sunday Morning priiyi:r
l-l.-.W a. m.; eveninif prnyeri. ' M p. in.; Sunday
achool t : V a. m. Friday tvenliii; prayer 7: t p. m.
THIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIirRCH.
i' Preachlnirat 10:lo a. m.. :) p. m . and T:: p. ni.
Sabbat b (ibool at 7:W p. m. Rev. T. J. shore,
1UTHERAN Thlrteetitli atreet: "rvlre Sab
j hath p:i a. m.; Sunday school J p . in. Rev.
MKTHODIST-f'or. El.'htb and WalntU treet:
Pp-acbinu' Sa'ibath Pnv a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting. Wednesday 7: p. m.; Sunday
School, a. m. Rev. Whittak 'r. pamor.
IRKSBYTEI!IAN KlL'hth atreet; preaeblns on
Sabbath at ll:it a fi. and 7:'M'' ' prayer
meetiua Wedin'i-'luv at 7:'top 'n-: Sunday School
at :) p. m. Rev. B. Y. (ieur.'i-. pastor.
OE('OND FREE-WILL BAPTIST - Fifteetth
O atn-et. between Walnut and I'edur streets, f -r-Tlces
Sabhath ut :! and 7: 'H p. tn-
ST. JOSEPH'S Hlliimm Cntho'.lei Corn'-r Croio
and Walnut mn-i-tn : aervieea Sabtuith 10:.Jila.
m.; Sunday School at p. in.; Veiperi :) p. m.; ut
Ticea every dn at s p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S Roman Catholic) Corr.fr Ninth
atreet and Wa-liinu'toii avenue; arnice Sab
bath and 10 a. in ; Ve-p.-r :i p. w. ; SuinLiv schoid
2 p. m. ; aervit e every day a! p. ui. Rev. F. Zabel,
Obtained for new Invention", or for Improvemetita
on old ne; for medh ul or other compound, trmle
mark and labela. CavuatH. AainnieutH. Jrjl.tr
fereuwa, Appeula, Sulla for liifritiL'emenla, ami
all caaea ari-lni: under the Patent Law, prompt
ly attended to. Invention Hint have bei ii
1) V T Vt VV V ''T Patent Olllce may at 111,
iVrj'l rAJl fiiy In moat caaea. hetitented by
ll. Beluitoppoalte the li. S. Patent Department,
and encased iu Patent bitaitieaa exclualvefy. we cau
inaka cloer aeareln . anil aeeure Patent more
promptly, and with brouder claim, than tboae who
nre remo'te from Wiiliini!ton.
1 T VlYTl n "'"J"! I alf'tch of
111 Y rii.1 1 JiOyimr device; we "nalte ex
amination ami atlviae'na to patentability, free o(
charu'e. All correpoudnc atrletly conllilentliil.
Price low, and no cliarce uiile Puteut lH-rcnrud.
Wu rore.r In Waahlnirtoii. 1o Hon Poatmaater
Oenenil D. M. Key. Rev. K. D.Power The (iermou
American National Hunk, to official In the V. S.
Pateut OClct), nnil to Senator and Representative
In C'Minrei.: and especially toonr Client lu every
State In the Union aud in Canada. Atltlruii
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Oppotite Patent office. WVhlncton D. C
MILL AND COMMISSION.
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for WLeat.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. It.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Hip Only Line Ruimin? Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Making DI
RECT COXNKCTION with .
TliAisa Lkvi! Caiiio;
.':) u'tri. Mriil,
Arriving In St. Loul 0:1:, .m ; CliicaKn. p.m. ;
Coiiuci:tl:iir at Odin and Kflluubam for Clnciu
null, Loiiiavlllc. ludlanapolia aud point Eat.
11:15 n.m. 8t. Ioum nnd VBti-rn
Count ctlna at bt. Loula for all point Went.
:i:'M p.m. T-'ust Kxprt.
Fors. Loula and fhlcafo. arrlvlug at St. Loui
10:15 p.m., and Chicago V:i.m.
'.i '-lO j in. ( Unci imrttl Kxprc-sa,
Arriving at Cliicinnnti 7:15 am.; I.ouiville 7:i)
a ui.; Indlanapiili 4:oo a.m. Paanenu'er by
tin train reach the abovo point 1 'J to IHi
HtJl'RS !u advance of any other route.
Fant Time Knut.
l'lKsfnoT'lV l,y m e"'hrouh to F.ait.
''-"-,v l. ,.rn j,nt wltliont any delay
ratiM-d by Sunday lntervfiitii(. ThSaturdav alter
noon train Irotu Cairo arrive in new York .Mondav
morul'iir at Vt Thirty-aU tour in advance C(
any utl.er route,
F'rt!irou-h ticket and further iiiformntlon,
apply ut lllinoi Central ltaiirtad Depot, Cairo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO
Kxpreo . . . ;
JAs. JOHNSON. J
i.en . f-o'ith-rr, A'.-i.t.
::' p in.
W. p. JOHNSON, tie n. Paraengcr A-,'eLt
CAIRO ct ST. LOULS R. R.
IT. AV. SMITIIKKsi. IJtHiver.
SHOltTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throuzh Etpre leave Cairo H:t5a m.
Ti.roc'b Expreaa arrive at E. St Louis.. 5:ip.m.
TbroUL'h Kttirei. li-av.- E. St. Loui itjii.m.
Tbrouch Kxprea arrive at Cairo !:lo p.m.
.m 'j rpnyannru accommodation leave Cairo 1 :i p.m.
.n-yujF:iiru Acc.nrrive-ni .vurpnymiro . :.) p.m.
Muryhvj'ioro Arc. leave Muriibwlinru. .. S:ina.m.
Jl'rphvlioro Arc. arrive at Ca:ro lli ija.m.
Trie Cairo A st I.oui Kail Road I the only all
Raii Route between Cairo and St. Louij tinder one
management, thi-refuru Hu rt- ar- no delav at
way atation awaitiiiL' counectiol: from other'line.
Clone ami ure connection at St. Loui with other
line tor North, haft and el
J. A NAl'tiLE. L. M. JOHNSON.
Airnt. General Manai-er.
QIIIO & MISSLSS1LT1 It'v.
TIME TABLE K PASSr.NtiF.r. TRAINS niOM
VINl'KNNL (NdV. JJO, lT'.l.)
No. i lay Erpri-" i Except Minlay)
' li Epre i Kxi '-pt Suudayj. .......
" 1 Ni,'hl Expre (D.uly)
. . 1 p. m.
. . 1 : .:. j. in.
5 fcttr i Lxci-ftt s-indav ) ...
1 t:vy Kpr-ti iKxeept snn.la
" i Mjnt r.xpre" (Daily)
I. R. Ci.aiik. C. S. Com:. Jit.,
A.'ent Vincenue. (!en. Ticket A 't Ci:i:lnnati
. i.:.i' a. m.
. Srrvi p. m.
. 1 : a. 1:1.
gT. LOUIS, I. M. t S. R'y.
C 'niro M'imp 'l';iblt.
Texa Exire Dally Ml p. rs
Conned at Cliurle.'inu for Cohimbi;.
Ti-xa Expre Daily; 2::a.
Aceoniinodiitiou Daily! 7:-'p. ..
Olllce and Pa-fc-n-r Depot N. r." Ohio Le tee. tin
J C. IMMMi:, Aen
D. Axtki.l. Division St;teriutendet
QAIROCm FERRY CO.
On nnd after Monday, Jnue 18, the boat will make
the follow iu trip:
I.F.AVg I.KAVK tSAVe
Foot Fourth t MI-oiirl Laud'ir. Kentucky Ld'g.
S a. m.
to a. "t.
a p. m.
4 p, m.
!t::it) a. m.
lil:'l! a. m.
1:.',) p. m.
4:;10 p. m.
! a. m.
11 a. m.
:! p. m.
R p. m.
3 p. tn
Hiitiilinrx Amerienn Packet CtiitiinHiy'
Weekly Line of Steamships
Leaving Now York every Thnrilny at 3 P. M.
FOR ENGLAND, FRANCE AND GERMANY.
Ticket." to and from Kuropn at lotveat rate. For
iinwiue apply to C. II. RICHARD & CO.. General
l'actii;er Aielit, 111 Broadway, New York, or to
H. WELLS. Cairo, III.
NEW SERIES NO. 257.
TUB WORKINUMAN S FRIEND.
In thee dnya of political trickery, a trun
friend tn the time of need I a friend indeed : aud
uch a friend U
Dr. WM. HALL'S
IiALSAM for the LUNGS
It la a su e cure for
CONSUMPTION, COUGHS. COLDS. ASTHMA
aud all dieaeof the Lunga, Cheat and Throat.
Thin well-known remedy baa been uaed for
thirty year aud ha cured thouoauda of t ae,
many of which were given up a hopele.
Nocaae, however obstinate, cau realat. the
healing propertle ol Dr. Wm. Hall' Ilalam,
.lorthe Lung. Trial bottle will be furnlhed
gratltiitloiihly to all who are aillicted with Lung
aud pectoral dleue.
tfRemember that It I the perlteut uou of
tho Balaam that cure the worst cane.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRA.N & Co.,
6 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK,
(1) BARCLAY BROS. Wholeaale Agent.
(A Medicine, not a drink,)
HOPS, RL'CHU, MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Puret and Bet Medical Qualities of
nil other Bitter.
All 4lene of the .tomii'b. Bowel. Blood,
Liter. Kidney, nnd l uiuary Organ. Nervous.
n-. S!eeiiesne' and especially Female Coin
plamt". $I)IN GOLD
Will be paid fur a cact!i"y will not cure or help
or for anything Impute or injurioti found In
Aakyonr Driggt for Hop Bitter and try
them before you pleep. Takj no other.
Hoi-Cociiji Cntu i the weetct, enfeat anil
bet. Ak Children.
The Hoi' Pad for Stomach. Liver ami Kidney
i etiperwr to all other. Ak Druggists :
D. f. C. is an absolute aud irreitable cure for
drtinkennei-. ui-e of opium, tobacco aud uar
cotic. S-nd for circular.
All above sold by drugiri.
Hop Bitter- Manufacturing Co.. Rochester, N. Y.
TO?'ifyA YEAH, or r to
a day In your own locality
No ri-k W omen do a well
a men, Many make more
than the amount stated
above. No one cau fail to
rr.ake moni-y fast. Anv one can do the work. You
can make from rnKttnJj an hour by devoting your
evening and spare timi-to the hiisine. It costs
nothing to try the bn!u.-. Nothing like It for
money making everorl'.-red before. HiulneM plea
ar.; and strictly honorable, header, if you want to
know all about the best paying Im-lnes heforc the
public, send u your addre and we will send vou
full particular aud private terms free;samples
worthj.') a'.sti free; you cau then make uri vonr
mind forvoursi-lf. A'tdrea GEUI'.GE STINSON
iC O. Portlan-i. Main-
Highest Mfkl at VlPiinai Iliiladcl.Iiia
E. & II. T. AXTIIOXY & CO.,
5li Brottdwiiy, New Vork.
Mant:fact::rr. Importers and
Velvet Frames. AlViims, GraiilKNoopcs.
Stoipitscoiips ami Views. Enrav
in?.. ClinniiDs. I'liittoffruphs,
And Kindred Goods Celebrities, Actresses, Etc.
Photographic Materials !
We are Ili-.i.'.qi: ArtsT for Everything
U tiiu way of
Stereohtieons JIapric Lanterns
E.ich style bein the best of Its clusa
in the market.
Beautiful Photographic Transparencies of Statu
ary and Engraving lor the w indow.
Convex glass, Manufacturer of Velvet Frames
for Miniatures aad Convex Gla.s Pictures.
Catalogue of Lantern anil Slides, with direc
t ion for using, sent on receipt of ten cents, ij-nio-
RLACIvSMIfH AN D WAIiO.NM AKER.
CONSTITUTION WATER '
THliKI-: TIMKS A DAY.
CURES BRIGHTS DISEASE, INFLAMMATION,
OF THE KIDNEYS, STiiNK IN THE 1SLAD
DKR. CATARRH OF THE BLADDER. GLEET,
DIABETES, GRAVEL. RIHCK-DDEK DEPOSIT,
Fcnisile Coiiipliiints i Siieiiality.
For sale by ul: Druggists. Send for circular.
MOKti.VX A ALLEN. 59 JolinSt., X. Y.
JIIE REST IN THE WORLD
CHURCH & CTS.
'Arm and Hammer Brand."
Bi-Carb Soda Saleratus
Wliifh is the same tiling".
ABSOLUTELY & CHEMICALLY PURE!
Impure. Bl-Carb Soda or Snleratu (which I the
snruetiiiugl isol a, ligbtlv dirtv white color. It
may itppearwhite, exumliieil by U(.r. but a COM
PARISON WITH CHUKcir C'O'S -Arm and
Hamimir Brand will fhow theiliiVereuci'.
See that your Salaratu ami Baking Soda U white
aud PIPE, a should bo ull simllur tubstnnceit
ued tor liiod.
Housekeeper who prefer bread madcwlthvat,
will Improve its (lunlUy.miike it rlsu better aud pro
Tent it from sonriug, by adding nmt-ualf teapotn
fill of Church ik Co. ' Soda or Saleratu. Bu suro
and not ue too timoli milk. The use of thl in pref
erence to baking powder, inve 'twenty time it
See oue pound "acUaso for valuable Information
and reud carefully.
SHOW THIS TO YOUU GROCER. '
THE POWER OF AUI!ESTIN( DISEASES
displayed by this preparation I nouorably ac
knowledged by the Medical Faculty in every sec
tion where it ha been Introduced; and the large
sale! the beat guarantee of the estimation In
which It is held by tho public. Thl Syrup will
cure Pulmonary Consumption in the first and sec
ond stage will give great relief and prolong life In
the third Itwlll care Astbma.Hronchitia.Larvngitis,
and Couihi. Hwftlcure all dlsu-taet originating
from '.ut of muscular action and nervous force.
- For theelk-ct uiodut'-r'liv.
FFLLOW'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF
InDieaesoftho Lungs, tin? Inventor is permitted
to refer to the Medical Gentlemen of St. John N.
B , whoe signatures art: attached hereto.
WILLIAM BAYARD, M
EDWIN BAYARD. M )
THOMAS WALKER, m
JOHN BEKKiMAN M
DR JO'INSTONK, hRC
.EOR(.E KEATOR, m y
W H II ARDINli. M lic 8
J D WHITE. M D
L Aaiiok Ai.WAim, Mayoror the City of St. John,
In the Province of New Brunswick.havtng examined
the signatures attatched to the foregoing permit nf
reference, hereby certifr that I believe them all
genuine I can also testify to the high therapeutical
value of fellow's Compound Syrup of Hvpopho
phite. and consider it deserving of atte'utioa by
the profession generally.
5 Iu testimony whereof. I have h reiln.
I ireat to set my hand and affixed mv Seal of
Seal ,1 Mayorulity. at thet'ltyof St. John, this
. : 'sixth day February, in the year of onr
Lord one tnousaud tight huudred and sixty-eight.
Sold by all Drul-sts.
raysiciAxs. clergymen and the
AtHLlCILD K Eli 1 W HERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
CURE FEVER aud Agu
CURE BILIOUS CoLIC
CURE TORPID LIVER
till TlT 1lfl .llnfdnJ
d lu combining in these
mis me uereioiore an
aironlstlc llllnHtl.a r,r
intl a t'lirifj-Iuif Tunic.
Tbelr first apparent ef
eci is to increase the an
petite by causing the
ou to ti roller t- mil tn I
ate. Thusthesvstem is
iiotirished. nnrl iu- th..tp
Itonio action on the d ires
live organs, regular aud
nealtuy evacuation are
The ranltlitv with
which the persons take
in neen wniie under the
nnuenceof these nilU
indlrate their adanta
bllity to nourish the boil
hence their emcacf In
-nriiiL' iiervnn-4 rl,.liilttL
tvastiu? o'f the muscles
inggtsnnes orthe liver,
imparting nealtn antl
strength tn tho system.
PRICE & CENTS.
3 Murrar Street,
Son GOUT 1
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
ALT C Y Li I C A
Mimufiiclurcii ouly (idiKt the above Trade Mn
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG. .
Immediate relief warranted. Pertnnuelit cure
guaranteed Now exclusively uaed by all celebra
ted Physician of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple. Harmless and Reliable Remedy on both
continent. The highest Medical Academy of
Pans reports ys cure out of Iim case within throe
days. Secret The only dissolverof the poisonous
Uric, Acid which exists In the Blood of Rheumatic
and Gouty Pnilent. $1 a box; H boxes for $,V
Sent to any Btltlres on receipt of price. Indorsed
by Physicians. Sold by all Drugirists. Atltlres
WASHBURN & CO.,
Only Importers' Depot Broadway. N, Y.
For Sale by BARCLAY BROS., and Druggists
Ll i 1 1 U
11 u u
J. T. WAKREN & CO.
C1& GO W. Second St.
Foreign nnd Domestic dried nnd cnunud Fruits and
Vegetable. Canned, dried and salt Fish. Pick
les, Sauces, Oil nnd Condiments. Hottp
tuffs, Baking Powder, ground uud
whole- Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, Seed, Jellies, Preserve
Faucy Urocerlo nnd Gro
Stock UHparallolod in tlie West.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPn
Cuicaoo, April 20, 1 p. m.
Wheat-May, 11 00; June, 1 5j.
July, 1 01.
Pork-April f !) 45; May,0 75;,June,0 45;
Oats-mixeJ, April, May, 28,
Corn May, 35; April,
LIVERPOOL OKA IN'.
Liverpool, April 20, 2 p. m.
Wheat small business at lower prices
Winter, 10s10s 41; Spring 9s 0d103 ;
California average, 9s Cd10s 3d; Califor
nia Club, 10s ld10s Cd.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Marie Escudier, French author and du1-
licist, is dead, age C9.
Vignaux, it is said, will not aL'ain accent
a challenge from Slosson.
Riley will now row with Ilanlan and
Courtney in tho race on the Potomac.
At Bucharest it is announced that the
United States will appoint a cousul-ireneral
A Paris dispatch announces that a return
match, 3,000 points up, has been arranged
between Slosson and Vignaux.
On 'Change at Chicago, yesterday, there
was a heavy break in both grain and pro
vissions. Wheat declined 3 cents, pork
about 50 cents per barrel. No failures
reported, except one of insignificant pro
portions. The heavy decline of late in all
articles is believed to be due to the mani
pulations of a clique.
DERATE IX THE SENATE.
WAMiixciTo.v, April 19. Carpenter and
Blaine both went to the senate to-day pre
pared for a sharp personal controversy.
News of the probable encounter was wide
ly spread in the city, and the galleries were
well tilled, aud a large number of members
of the house were on the floor of the senate
during the afternoon. Carpenter spoke
three hours. His very able and eloquent
argument was interspersed with keen, ear
castic reflections on Blaine. The latter oc
cupied an hour and a half in reply, devoting
himself mainly to a firey onslaught on Car
penter. I lien lollnwed an exceedingly hot
and bitter running debate between the two.
As a spectacular performance it was a de
cided success. The entertainment will
probably be repeated to-morrow.
As bearing upon the personal hostility of
the two senators it is pertinent to recall the
fact that Carpenter was Blaine's counsel in
the matter of the Mulligan letter four years
since. Carpenter got that inside view of
Blaine, and he has had no uffection for the
SEND FOllOUIt 'GllOCEfiS" MANUEL
Springfield State Register.
Illinois, and every other western state, is
immediate v concerned in tho inniivivi.nii.nf
of the navigation ot the Mississippi river.
i tie gniinenes oi tin- west remiire an out
let to the "Teat mm kr-ts. in inl.iitom t,, tl,,
lines of railway that lead to eastern ami
northeastern ports; ami the Mississippi
river, llowiuy; to the irulr. siinnlicstlint vitnl
need. Referrins: to this subieet. tint SL-m-
phis Appeal tays:
Since Cant. Eads onened Hip wnv tn Yw
Orleans for big steamships there has been
a constantly increasing movement of grain
down the Mississippi river, and with better
laeilities for transportation there can be no
it.UDt out tuat a great ileal ot wheat and
corn intended lor export will take this
route to the sea. The accumulation of
grain at Cairo, Illinois, awaiting transpor
tation. sUL'L'osts the nwssibililv ni'
future for that city. The junction of the
Ohio ami Mississippi rivers would seem to
be the natural depot for the trade of the
two L'reat vallevs drained bv tin 'Mil NtronniM
Should elevators for tlin stnnnir ot' -lw..if
and the lorn ling of barges be erected there,
cairo mii'iit oecoine to the Mississnn.
trade Wll:it Rlltl'.ilo is to tho lube Sit-
Louis is already n little disturbed over the
piospect. 1 nia alarm is n hitrh tribute to
the success of ('apt. Kails' jetties, which
are destined to turn an immense trade down
the Mississippi river.
The construction of niiiiiln m-niii eluvntnra
1 P -.,..w.
ut Cuiroor at Alton will Ntuiililv nnil otW.
tuaiiy solve the problem that was presented
to the thinners of Illinois two month mm
, - --- --- - --(5--,
when the memorable grain blockade occur-
reu ni uiieago. wniie mat BlocKailo in
volved amiiiUM losses tn aliinnoi'n lu!m
stubbornly maintained by the great trunk
ones leaning to xew lorn, yet, it may be
regarded as a fortunate thing iu relation to
the commercial intiircsts of tlin fntiirn Tt
served to direct, with special force, tho at
tention of shippers throughout tho west to
the necessity lor improved facilities for tho
naviration to tin? mill': mid now tlw nmnnr.
cos of the capitalists in tho great cities of
1110 Mississippi valley nro applied to build-
hlir HO tllCIlllH (if Vimiil nnil HnYlnnt- Inno.
port at ion iy tho Mississippi liver. This
lact has ulrendy increased tho commercial
itntiortmirn of St. f.nnw u-liilo If nir.mlu n
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Cairo and Alton an opportunity for the dis
play of profitable enterprise in'constructing
grain elevators that shall empty their con-
contents Into the steamers destined for
Niw OrliMina. Tlin nnmniti,in fl.n. .lll
- V,'.Ml.klllV till, f. ll,
thus bo brought alnnit between tho Missis
sippi river ind the hitherto unrestricted rail
way monopolies will proro to bo f calcu
lable benefit to every raiser of wheat and
corn in Illinois.
From hundreds ot reported cases where
patients have increased in weight from five
to forty pounds while using Fellows' Com
pound Syrup of IIypophosplutc8, no doubt
remains of its powerful action on the or
gans of nutrition.
IX THE 20tr annual statement
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY,
JANCRY 1, 1830.
Assets, $37,300,841, an increase In 1879
of nearly two million dollars over 1878.
NewUmsiness, $20,502,541, an increase
of more than five million dollars over
Surplus over all liabilities $7,515,407, an
increase of more than six hundred thous
and dollars over 1878.
Amount paid to policy holders and their
representatives during the year 1379,
The year 1879 closed without a disputed
deati claim on the records of tho society.
All just claims paid promptly and in fair.
The policy contract is clearly and con
cisely expressed, without any technical
In case of forfeiture of ordinary policies,
a liberal surrender value is given in free
Brown's Household Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken tho blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve paiD,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
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 bo
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 25 cts. a bottle.
Much Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found tc be abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twe.ity-tive cents a box.
From a well-known citizen of Chicago.
Chicago, 111., Jan. 1, 1880.
H. II. Warner & Co., Rochester,' N. Y.:
Gentlemen. I have used Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure with the, greatest
satisfaction. It is tho only remedy I have
ever used that I cau recommend to my
friends, as it has cured mo of Bright's Dis
ease of long standing, after haviaar visited
the White Sulphur Springs of Virginia,
ami trying innumerable so-called "reme
dies" of the day. Having resided here for
forty-seven years, my friends will be glad
to see this statement. The discoverer is,
indeed, a public benefactor.
William II. Patterson.
1491 Wabash avenue, near Twenty-ninth
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laudruir, caustti'' the hair to prow whom it
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hair dressing and toilet luxury. London
Hair Color Restorer is sold by all druggists
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Mothers ! MoniEits ! ! Mv I'll phi I ! ?
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
yni'r rest oy a sick cnuii suiienng ana cry
ing from the excruciating pains of cutting
teeth ? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will re
lieve the poor" little sufferer immediate
lydepend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is nut n mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
ami givo rest to the mother, nnd relict and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the tusttyind is tho prescription
of one of the oldest ami best femalo physi
cians in the United States. Sold every
where. Thenty-tive cents a bottle.
The Greatest Hi.kshino. A simple,
pure, harmless remedy, that cures every
time, and prevents disease by keeping the
blood pure, stomach regular, kidneys and
liver active, is tho greatest blessing every
conferred upon man. Hop Bitters is that
remedy, ami its proprietors are being
blessed by thousands- who have been saved
nnil cured by it. See another column.
Keep your bowel ami kidneys in healthy
state by tho of Kidney-Wort.
Giles' Liniment Iodido Ammonia cures
neuralgia, face ache, rheumatism, gout
frosted feet, chilblains, oro throat, erysipe
las, bruises, and wounds of every nature ir
man or animal. The remarkable enrcs thi
re medy has effected classes it as one of the
most important and valuable remedies ever .
discovered for the cure ami relief of paior
rrom over-cxortion, 1 contracted a pain,
across my loins. My sufferings were In
tonso. One bottle of Giles' Liniment
Iodide Ammonia cured me. T. B. McOee,
Conductor N. Y. ami New Haven B.R.
Giles' rills cures aunnratlao. .
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