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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1080.
NEW SERIES NO. 258.
Of tllM ruillh! IiiInUhs ll 1X1 Kl WUOSU advertise-
menu may In- I'ouud In Tut Hui.i.ktin.
C ). Pioier Co., C'titninvn Istl avenue, aud Nine-
, t.'Clllll Hlr et.
i. I). Williamson & Co.
Youm .t Itrott'-rii-lt. Wash. Ave.,ror. Kl','lith.
Dennis A O l.oiiKulitl. Poplar, cur Twentieth.
I'll YS If IAN S.
Dr. J. II Marian; office, I til Commercial avenue,
Dr. 'A'. C .1 ! vn, Ki''lilh near Commercial
Ur K. W. Wnitloi k, I u Coinim-roul avenue.
P.jl.t Smyth, No. IHOMo levee
II. II. ('nml'f. No. "OOlilo t?v'f Ciij) stairsi.
EjultaMe Life, of New York, corner Tweillll and
" WnitliiU'.'loii avenue.
Widow- uii't Orphan Mnliiul Aid Society, Seventh
and Cotnui'Tlal uveutio.
-DltVGOISTS -WHOLESALE AND UI'.TAII..
Geo K. U'lUra. Eighteenth und Commercial.
AleTaud.-r County Rank, nth aud Commerc lal
I l!) N,lll(l!ll, Ohio IcVeC.
Chimjilon. Three Stt-.
John Spruit. runuT Trt'-Iflli and Levee,
K C hord. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
F.NF.l'.AL DELIVERY open . ) a . ui.; closes
J ri : ' ( tu -; Sunday : s to 'J a. in.
M iii".v Order l)i'irtmriit imeu ut S a. in.; close
at fi i. m.
i')ir'i'i.'!i Ki;.r" Mill via Illinois Central and
! :,, ipl ' !.'! R'O'nwd ( !. ut l'J:''p. '"
( i m eti lop-ir Riuu" Through aud Way Mall
t i l!;..o p. m. ,
V. .v Mail vii I : ' Centra!. Calm aud In-c-ainK
and M;-.ippi Central lcllrd dme at
' Wy ' Mai: fj: Narrow Oanije Railroad don a at 8
i';:o;.l Kviti-ville Rim Route '1om-
p. tu. ii!.y iexi.it Friday).
Of KICI AL DlUKCTttin.
Wiyor -N I! Tui-tl.-wood-Tr-aa.irer
Clerk -Dsnm. J. Foley.
Counselor- Win. H. Oiibert.
hoaiid or ai ui.Kiti
KlrtWard-M .I. llowley
Second Ward-David T. LiucL-ar, (. K. Nuoi-
" Third W ir l -W. !'. Wright. Hubert Smith.
Koir'h Wird--Cli:.ile. l'aner. James Kytiaston
Kil'.h Wa.-d-T. W. lla'dlda). Ernest II. I't-ttlt.
Circuit .lu.'.'.-c -D. J. lUk. r.
Circuit Clrtk-J. A. Heme.
Cuuntv Jnd.v- K Vwum.
Cuuut'v Cer-S. J lluni'ii
Countv Attoru-y W. C. M i,' )'
I iciiiiv TfufrMi!- W l'rk r.
Sh- rifi J'llin ll'id"
County Ciini:iii:oiiHri I. . ilio.ilty, a.
V.. l.itil.. Min imi UriUy
VKUIi'XN M K -Foiirt' ntli ftro t. Mwti
Walnut and fi-.ta- -lr-.-t; .em,-- satil.ath U
a. in. and T:: p. ui. ftunduy fcliol 1 :J p. in.
CH HISTlAN i:i2lt.--ti1h atrvct: mii.-tir.c Sab
J batli ll).'!1 ' ; I'TL-iMtiUii! oixioually.
rtntcil 'F TIIK KEDKEMKK (Eplcoiial)
1 - Kourt"-ntli Ktr-,-t; hu:i lv Mornlu,' iiray.-m
M l') a m ; rvenlnc tiray.-w. T::i p. in.; Miuilay
bool a in. tiidny t--vi iiiiju pr iyir ' : p. m.
TIHT MISSION AHY Il.UTIST ClintCII
1 I'tviv hitr- at jn:i a. m.. 1 p. m.. and T : !'. m.
habliaih wIicm.I at 7;;w p. tu. Ki-v. I. J. snon-a.
IrrilKItAN-Tliirti'i-lilb utr-'d; rvircii Sab
j hatb a. m.; Sunday ci bool 2 p. in. l!v.
METIIODIST-Cor. Kitrdth and Walnut uri-i-ta;
IT'-acbitik' Saiibatli )':' w. and 7 p.m.;
urav-r !!) tliitf. Wulm-dav 7 :')" p. in.; Sunday
School, d a. in. lli'. Wliitiak. r. pa-ftor.
IlKESHYTEHIAN ElL'lith trwt: pr.-ad.lti2 nn
Sabbatli at 11 : .) a. in. mid T: ' l. m-; pray, r
mwtitii; W.mIu. nIuv at 7::ip-m.; Sunday sdiool
at :t t. m. It v. II. V. tii-oru. pa-tor.
C KCOND F1!KE WII.I. IIMTIST - Kift.rt th
O atn-ct. Iw-tw.'.-n Walnut and Cedar f.M-t. tit-Tic.-
Salitiatli at :l and 7: ni p. m.
ST JOSEI'irS-dtoman Cuthollr) Corner C'roi."
and Walnut Htr-et; n-rvlrci' Sa'ilmtli M::niu.
in. ; Sunday S, -hool nt p. in.; W-piTH :) p. m.; sir
ki i-v.-ry day ut p. in.
ST IHTIMCK'S -. Ilnmaa ('atlinllc Corm r Nlnib
Mr.-i-t and Wiliin-ton avenue; erviee Sab
Data Hand in a.m.; Ve-per :i p. in.; Snmliiv sdiid
2 p. in.; ecrvlc: every da at i !' "' i'-'v. r. ..iln'l,
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest junl Quickest Route
St. Louis and Cliicairo.
Tlio Only Line Rininiii? Two Daily
Trains From Cairo. Makinir bl
UKCT COXNKCTIOX with
TlUINM I.KAVB Caiko:
:i:a m. Mail.
Arriving In St. Loul. a m -. ( hii au.. ,1li,,m, ;
Conueetl.-ia at Odin aud Kffliiuliani for Cincin
nati, Loulavillf. ludlauapollH and pniuta Ea! .
1 1 ; I T it. m. Sit. IuiH and "cMti
C'uutii-ctlnx at St. i,oni for all p'dtiti Wept.
:i:'J) p.m. I-';iit I-'.xprcHH.
For St. I.oui). and I'lilruo, arrlvlnj at St. LouU
ld.l'i p in., and Chicago 7:-.''ia m.
.' -' p.m. Cincinnati I-'.x j)rH.
Arriving at Cindinj.nl 7:1'. a m.; I.ouvi!lo 7:M
a m.; lni!iannpoli 4:n"a,m. Puii'i-ii-r by
thi train reac'i the aboe point 1 'J lu ,'JiJ
llolT.s in advance of any otjtr roiiivi.
J-'Mst Timo Ka.t.
P'KsOlltri'lv ''' 'brotil: to K:it.
1 H-,tJ. ,-rn point ivlihout any ri.-lav
rauxi-d by Sunday liitervenini.'. Tin; Sattirdav after
noon train from Cairo arrive in n.-vv ork Momiuv
inoiniui; at M::r.. Tl.'.rtynix hoaw in a.lvaLU: o'(
any otln-r route,
T-For t!ironK'b tlrket .md further information,
apply at Iilinoi-Ci titral Kaliroad In pot.t iru.
TIIAIXS AKIilVE AT CAIUO
MpreK ... : .....':'. p m.
AiToiuniodatloi ;i ' i j. m.
Mail...' 4:M a.m.
.A.-!. .IuIIS.-.jN. J. H. -lONES.
..-n. so'it'i-rn ."-t.'.. Ti.'k' t A-.'-'i.t.
W. I', J((HN'.N. u. fafi-en'.-r Atf-Li.
CAIRO it ST. LOUIS 'R. It.
It. V. SMFJ'HKUsJ, U('oivtT.
SIIOHTKrfT SIIOP.T LINK IiETWEEN
CAIUO AND ST. LOl'I-S.
1 drouth Eirpre leave Cairo S:ir. a m.
Tliroujii Kxpr.- orriv.- at E. St Lo:ii.. 5:.; in.
Throich Expr"- leave E. si I.ou ;':'i.m.
Tbroun Expre" arrivt at Cairo Vlu p.m.
.M'jrjihy!)oroarciinimodatiunb'ave Cairo I :') p.m,
M i'phy'oro Ace arrive .! M':rplivboro 7:M p.m.
M';r)ihy''Hro Ace. leave- Murvhy-b-.ro. .. 5:i a.m.
Murpliv-boro Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 : ;.') a.m.
Th-Cairo i St I.oui Hail Hoad l the on'y al!
HaillJo-jie t-etween Cairn mid St. Loui under one
matiaL'eni"iit. tli- r.-fure there a.-- no delay at
ay s!at:on aviai'.iin: com.ectiot. from oth-r line.
Cloe and ur" co!,iic(.:ion at St Loui with otaer
line for North, Ea-t aLd Wet
J. A NALI.I.E. L.M.JOHNSON.
Aetit. Ueceral Mauniver
Q1IIO MISSISSIPPI R'v.
K3tfi-.-ir r. ; t.. ri ,
TIME TA1U.K OK I'A r.N'iK.l! TltUNS KltOM
vix ennm i N"V. !7'.'.i
No. i Pay Epre . Eseept Mm lay)
' tl Epre- i Exr.-p; S'luday) ......
' I Ni.-ht Espre- i puij i'
, I : '. . p. m.
.V;: via, l:i.
No 5 F.xpre- i Except m.!::y . . , .
' 1 Pay Exjif.- iKe -pt ,:ti-U i.
' : Niiiltt txpre ,l)aii .
! .1. 11. Ci.m-.k. C. s. ( ,li: .
A.vu; Vi:icenn-- . ii.-ket A't Cm n!..i''.
a. :r, .
: i p. in.
I l' a. L, .
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvements
on old mien; f'.r tnedh al or other compound, trade
niarka and label. Caveat. A-iu'tmieut. Inter
fereucea Appeal, Suit for Iniriniieinent. and
allcae ariiu- under the Patent Law prompt
lv attended to. Invention that have been
hv iL,i'TLin,,y 1'ii,t'"1 0lUi'1' "iy
liU'l Tjlvl I jI ' in mot cae. bo patented by
ua Belniropplte the LT. S. Patent Pepartmeiit,
and encatfed iu Patent bnine exdndvely, we can
make doner aenrdie. and ecure Patent more
promptly. "1 with broader dalmi1, than thoe who
re remote from Wa-hiliKtou.
1 Vl' PV'I UU aeud u a model or nxetch ol
liN rjiMUIlo yur device; we make ex
amination and advin a to patentability, free ol
charce All correspondence etrlctly conlldeiitlal.
Prices low, and no diarire uiilef Patent l erunid.
We rerer in Wahliii'toii. to lion Potmnter
OeHeral I). M. Key. Kev. V. I). Power The Oemian
American National Hunk, to olRclal tu the I'. S.
Patent Office, and to Senator and li.-preaeiitatlve
In O-Micret.; and especially to our client iu every
btate iu the L'ulon and in Canada. Addren
O. A. SNOW CO.,
Oppoalte Patent oitlce. Washington 1. C.
HILL AND COUMISSIOX.
FLO UK, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price TalJ for W beat.
gT. LOUIS, I. M. ct S. R'v.
Cairo Time 'l'ablo.
Tcva Expre Mal!y I V p. m
Connect at Charleston f,.r Coi'jin'.ti-
Texu Expr.- ! Daily I C::'."a. 2
Aceoniiio.datioii tll.illy1 ;:;op. ..
OtlUe and I'n-'i'ii.'i t Petmt N'-. Ohio I.ri.-.tiii
' J. ( . z i mm a.- n
P. Axtki.i.. I;vi-ion H:: -riiit-.-ud-M
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE IL STATES.
On and after Monday, .Tune M, the boat will make
the following trips;
I.KAVK LKAV8 I.KAVK
Foot.Fourth t Missouri I.atid'c. Kentucky Ld'c.
s n. tn.
M a. m.
! p. in.
J p. m.
:1 a. m.
pi::'.) a. m.
J::o p. m.
1! a. m.
:v p. in.
3 p. m
lUmliurs Amerli'nn l'ucket Company'H
Weekly Line of Steamships
LcavliiR New York every Thursday nt S P. M.
FOR EN(il.ANI), FRANCE AND OEIIMANY.
Tlrket to and from Europe nt lowest rate. For
nnssni-e apply to C. II. RICHARD & CO..teneral
Pas-cuipT Aii'etits, HI HioadvMiv, New Vork, or to
II WELLS, Cairo, 111.
. THE WORKWOMAN'S FRIEND.
In these days of political trickery, a trim
friend In thettuiu ol need la a friend Indeed; and
such a friend I
Dr. VM. HALL'S
RALSAM for the LUNGS
It 1 a hii it cure for
CONS I'M PTION, COl 'fills, OOLDs, ASTHMA
and all dlseaseaofthe Lun, Client and Throat.
Thin well-known remedy ban been ued for
thirty year and has cured .thousand of casus,
many of which were ylven up a hopele-s.
N icaHi.-, however ontinate, ran resist the
heulliiL' properties id Dr. Win. Hall's IJalsiim.
lor the X.um'.'h. Trial bottle will be furnlhed
irratiutiou-ly to all who areaillluted with Lung
ulld pectoral diseases.
KReiiieniberlliat It I tin- persistent use of
the Italsam that cure the worst cases.
.JOHN I HENRY, Cl'miAN & Co..
COLLEGE PLACE, NEW VORK,
il) BARCLAY BROS. Wholesale Ax'elit.
(A .Medicine, not adriuk.)
UOV. BL'CIIU. MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Purest and Best M.-di :il Qiaiitle of
ail otuer Ulster.
All di-i"i.-s of thn !t(m:(.--!i, IPiwels. Blood,
Liver. Kidney, nud I uimry Or.'ins, Nc-rvous-ties-.
Sl..vp;e-L'.- and especiilly r'tniale Com
piaiut. Jl i0) IN (.01,1)
Will be pa! I f.-r a 1 1-.- t!i-y w ill t.ot cure or help
or for an)thir..' Imptt;e or Injurious found iu
A-k yo-ir Dnc.-'nt f .r Hop Bltttr and try
thuui before you ii-.-p, Take no other.
II'.P Co'.' ,11 Ct im 1 the w,-et-t. safest and
best. A-k Chliilren.
The Il.i!' Pa:i lor Stornacti, Liver and Kidney
is superior to all oth-r. Ask Dru-isl-,.
D. I. C. is an abo!ut- and irr.-i:nblu cur" for
drunWeune-. u-e of opium, toba.-cu aud nar
cotic. S-nd f-ir circtilar.
All above sold by (1.';::.
Hup ll.tt-.-rs MauKl'acturtuuCo.. P.ochc-ter, N. Y.
ft-4 A A T0 J',1,,U A YEAR, or S" to
I L 1 ll I'-1" a day In your own localitv
7 I - ll II INorl-k Women do a well
fjll l ZJ J V" ,iU'n- s'!l"v n:l'i: mnrK
- w v ,ban (,lt H.)10,lnt N.atj
above. No one can fail to
make mon. y f it. Any one can do the work. You
i au n:m from Vk- to an hour by devoting your
evei.tic and spare time to the business. It costs
t.othlr.' to try the t-u-liie-s. Noihlne like it for
money maKiiu' everotb-red before. Business plea
ar.v and -trict'.v hon-irable. Reader, if you want to
know all aUe.it the be-' payii.i; huiue-'s before the
public, send u-your addr.---and we vi'iserd you
full particular and private term free ;samp!e
worth S'i a'.-ofre.-: you can th.-n make up voi:r
mind f..rvo'r-e:f. Addra OEuRGE ISTINSON'
A1 0. Portland. Maine
HLrliest Motlal at Vieun.i i I'liiladeliiliisi
E. & ll T. ANTHONY & CO.,
5! ) I Ilroiuhvuy, New Vork.
Man'ifjcP.ir.-r. P.nportet and
Velvet lTi'.inos, Albums, GimjiIioscopps,
Stt'ie tseojie nti'l Yiws. Kniri-av-i;i.r.
And K:n .'red ': d-C -lebtltles. Adre.-ses. Etc.
Photographic Matei-ials !
We nr.; II '...liju i-vrs for Evrytli!a
1H lae VV;l of
Stereopt icons, 3Ifta:ie Luntenis
E i( li etjle belli; the !u-t of it cliiss
!i: the market .
Il'riitful Pl!rt'iL,r.iphieTrnnar'-ucie of Statu
ary unci Eciravii," for the wlmiow.
Convex l'1:i-j. .M-iiuHHi'tun r ol Velvet Frame
for Miniature aud Convex G'.us Picture.
Ci.ta'oL":e of Lantern anil S'ide, with direc
t ion lor ui-!i.l'. sent on retvipt of ten cents. :t-nio-
r.L.vri;Mirn and w.vgoxm.vker.
CONSTITUTION WATER i
W W W
TIIRKK 'FIMI' S A DAY,
(THE uracil rs disease, inflammation,
OF THE KIDNEYS. STONE IN THE Ili'.AD
PER. CATARRH OK THE BLADDER. GLEET,
DIABETES. GRAVEL. BitlCK DDER DEPOSIT,
Female ('oiiiilnliit tt SjieeliiUly.
Fot sale by all Dru.'ist. Send for circular.
MORGAN H ALLEN, oil JolinSt.. X. Y.
THE REST IN THE WORLD
ciiuucii & co's.
"Arm nnd Hammer Brand."
Bi-Ciii'b Soda Saleratns
Which is the? same 'thing;.
ABSOLUTELY & CHEMICALLY PURE!
Impure P.I C'arb Soda or Kaleratu (which I the
sametiilnu'i I ol'a llhtly dirty white color. It
mav appear white, examined hy ltfelf, but a COM
PARISON WITH CHL'RCII A CO'8 "Arm aud
llniniiier" Brand will show tliedltVernnee.
See Hint your Sularatu aud llakliiir Hoda I white
and PrilE, a should be nil aimllar ubtunco
Used for food .
Housekeeper who prefer bread made with val.
will Improve It iunll!y.iiiiilte It rlu better and pre
vent It from aourltiit, tiv iuldlii one. hall teaspoon
fill of Church .V Co.' Soda or Suleratu. Be sure
and not use too much milk, The use of this lu pref
erence to baklm, poiuler, rave tweuty time It
See nti" pound 'iitt kii'i) for valuable Information
and read carefully.
SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER.
CO M IT) UN r)A
rpHE POWER OK ARRESTING DISEASES
A ililaycd hy this preparation I honorably ac
knowl..i;ed by the Medical Faculty in every ec
Hon w k-re it lia been Introduced; aud the laruo
saleisthu best Kiuiranteu of the vstlnintion in
which tia held by the public. This Syrup will
cure Pilmonary Consumption In the first and fec
und stes will 'tvc creat relief and prolong lifjln
the thi il ftwlll CHro Asthma. Broin:hitl.Lar.vtmitis,
and tui'lit. It will cure all dlsvisuii orujlnatinu
friiHi vsutof niuiciilar action and nervous, force.
For the effect prod tided hy
FELLOW'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF
In Di'eascsof the Lung, th Inventor is permitted
to r.-f-r to the Medical Gentlemen of St. John '.
B., Wio-e aiuntures are attached hereto.
WILLIAM B.WAIID. M
EDWIN BAYARD. M ,
THOMAS WALKER, m
JOHN REKR MAN
DR. JOHNSTONE, L ,t r
GEuRl.K KEATOR. r)
W II HARDING. )1I!C s
! J D WHITE. M D
; TWCAKllITT. MD
L Amios Ai.waro, Mayor of the City ofSt. John.
In thill'rovince of New Brunswick, bavin" examined
ttie htuaturesattatcheil to tin: foreoine, permit of
reference, hereby certify that I believe- them all
ifenutie. I canaisotetifvtothehii;litherapeutiral
value i.f Fellow's Compound Svrup of Hvpophos
phlten Hiid consider it desw-rvfng of attention by
the prd;-ss'ou generally .
3 In testimony whereof. I have her -un-j
tiro-it I to set my hand and affixed my Seal of
I S..-a I Mayorulity.st thoCltyof St. John, this
3 sixth day February, in the year of our
Lord ne thou-aud elht liuiidred and sixty-eia'.it.
Sold by all Di'uacirirstr.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CiiiCAno, April 21, 2::!0 r. m.
Wheat-May, il OS June, fl O" &!
July, 1 01?.
Pork-April W'; Mny,J 73; June,
OuU-mixeJ, April, 2S; May, 28?.f,
Corn-May, 34Jfi April, 81?; June,
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL-
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
CCliE SICK 1IEADACI
TU1 T'S PILLS
CURE i-'EVER aud Aj;u
ITRE DILIOCS CvLlC
ITRE TORPID LIVER
Dit Tt rr hna succeed
d iu combinini: iu thee
pills the heretofore an-
airoulsuc imaliti, of s
anil a PurirvniirTouic.
i Heir urst apparent er
ect is to increase t he a-
oetite by causini: the
hoiI to properly almi.
ate. Thus the'svstem is
lourished, and bv their
tonio action on the diges-
ive orjau. regular and
lealthy evacuatious are
The rapidity w tn
Iwuich the persons take
in flesh while under the
nllueiice of thee pills,
ndirntes their adapta
lilitv to nourish the hod-
y. hence their etticacv iu
in inn nervous dehilitv.
'valin? of the' nniM-les
-lui'Mshness of the liver,
hronic constipation. and
imparting health and
trend h to the system.
PRICE '.'.-i CENTS.
W Afurra? Stre-t.
Liverpool, April 21 2 p. m.
Wlieat unclianaoil Winter, 10s
(310s 40; Spring, 03 0d10s 5il;
California average, 9.-i GJgjIOj Oil; Califor
nia Club, 10s 11104 Oil. Corn 5s 5J.
HreaJituiTs market lieavy California,
average, 9s 8.110s 3.1; California
club, 10s a.l10s9ii. Corn-new Ss C)l.
n changes as yet.
NEW YOItK GRAIN'.
New York, April 21, 12 p.m.-
Wheftt irregular Nn. 2 Chicago, $1 220
?1 23; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 20
. 27; Red Winter, $12401 31 ,;No. 2
Red Winter, 31.
Corn quiet No. 2, 50.
Biiown'h Ilot'nEiioi.D Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in tlio world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve paiD,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
Lpain alleviator, and it is warranted doublo
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or bowel,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should be
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea m 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 to be abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five cents a box.
ACUTE OR CUKONI
Manufactured only under the above Trade Ma
EUKOPEAX SALICYLIC MEDJCIXE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Imniedi'itj relief warranted. Permanent cure
euar iu'eeil Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted Physician of Europe and'Amerii a, beconilntra
Staple, llannies and Reliable Remedy ou both
continents. The highest. Medical Academy of
Pan n-jtort W cures out of bri cnes within three
diiv. Secret Tiie only dissolverof the poisonous
I'rlc Acid which exists in thu Blood of Rheumatic
and trinity Patient. $1 a box; K boxes for $.'.
Sent to any address ou receipt of price. Indorsed
by Physicians. Sold by all IlriiL'L'ists. Addrcsn
WASHBURN &, CO..
Only Importers' Kepot -ill Broadwij, N, Y.
For Hale by BARCLAY BROS., and Oruau'lsls
J. T. WARBEN & CO.
CU- G W. Second St.
Fornli;n nud Domestic dried und canned Fruit and
Vegetables. Cnnued, dried and salt Fish. Pick
le., Sauces, Oil und Condiments. Soup
tuff, P.aklnir Powders, gconuil and
whole Sidce. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, Seed, Jollle, Preserves
Fancy Groceries and Gro
Stork uniuivallolt'il Iu the West.
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PAY FOR CARRVINO MAILS.
Wasiiinuton, April 20. Representative
Singleton has prepared the bill to change
the method of paying railroad companies
by weight of matter. At present mail mat
ter is weighed and registered before leav
ing the office, and the railroad companies
paid accordingly. He thinks his plan will
save about half the amount paid for carry
Postal revenue for the coming year will
undoubtedly Vie much greater than esti
mates. Amount of postage stimps, stamp
ed envelopes and postal cards issued to
postmasters upon requisition during nine
months ending March 31 last, was .$23,919,
335, an increase of over 14 percent.
The house committee on wavs and means
agreed to report to the house of representa
tives Mr. Johnston's bill to amend the
statutes relative to cancellation of export
bonds on exportation ot tobacco, snuff and
The president nominated James K. Owen
postmaster at Onarga, 111., nnd Lorin K.
Sykes postmaster at Knoxvillo. 111.
Dispatches report only two of the crew
of the Marion, sick with yellow fever, re
maining unfit for duty.
Col. Ira Wood, late superintendent of
police, Cincinnati, died yesterday after
noon. The final report of the managers ol the
great fair recently held in Music hall, Cin
cinnati, for the benefit of the Widows'
home, just made, shows net receipts to be
Capt. Wash H. Kerr, an old steamboat
man, did yesterday at Ironton, ()., of heart
disease. IIj had just left his boat, the
Buckeye State, nnd hud reached his resi
dence a few minutes before his death.
Auction sale of seats to the May festival
concents at Cincinnati closed yesterday.
One thousand uiue hundred and forty-four
seats have been sold at total premium of
$0,377, which is nearly $700 more than
was realized two years ago.
SPRi.MiKim.li, April 20, The Greenback
state convention assembles in this city to
morrow. Several delegates have already
arrived and it is said more are coming.
What the probable action of the convention
will be none of the delegates seem to know.
The delegates and the state ceutral commit
tee held a conference at the Kevero house
this evening and agreed upon a committee
to whom all resolutions are to be referred
A FEMALE SOLDIER.
Philadelphia, April 20. Catherine
Hill, colored, has tiled an application for
pension on t,'io ground that she enlisted
and served iu the Union army three years.
From hundreds ot reported cases where
patients have increased in weight from five
to forty pounds while using Fellows' Com
pound Syrup of Hypophosplutes, no doubt
remains of its powerful action on the or
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Tub Greatest Blessinu. A simple,
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remedy, and its proprietors uro being
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From a well-known citizen of Chicago.
CurcAoo, III., Jan. 1, 1880.
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to see this statement. The discoverer is,
indeed, a public benefactor.
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A NEGRO'S ELOQUENCE.
From the Dalian (Texas) Times.
At Waxalmchie, during the last term of
the Ellis county district court, a colored
man was indicted for entering into a con
spiracy to murder; He was brought to
trial, the evidence was strong, and, in
spite of the good fight made in bis de
fense by his attorney, lie was convicted.
A motion for a new trial was made, and
the judge, seeing that no error of law was
made, and believing the evidence suffi
cient, promptly overrubd tlio motion.
When the prisoners were brought iu to
be sentenced, this negro was among them.
When asked if he had anything to say
why sentence should not be passed upon
liiin, ho said he knew nuything he might
say would have no weight with the court,
as all the forms of law had been complied
with, and he must go to the penitentiary,
but he had something to say for the benefit
of his colored friends, and, with . the per
mission of the court, ho would make a few
remarks. The court told him that ho
would listen. The negro started off slowly
and deliberately, reviewing the testimony,
showing the inconsistencies, of witnesses'
statements, and then, carried away at ' the
idea of the wrong done him, he burst tortli
in a strain of eloquence seldom heard.
When ho sat down the judge said : "Sam,
It bought you guilty; I don't boliovo so
now, and will set usido the judgment over
ruling your motion for a now trial and give
you another chance." So eloquently had
tho negro presented his caso, that the
county attorney dismissed the case, and the
prisoner walked out of tho court mob a
freeman. This is tho first case, in Texan,
at least, where a man brought up to be icn
tenced was ever turned looso. Every per- ,
son present" says that the effort was he
finest one ever heard. The negro Is uncd'
cated aud a common field hand.