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of tint killing Imxini'HH liKimin whom) silvcrtlve-
nn'(it may i round lu Tub Hoi.letik .
C. 0. Puller ft Co., Commercial avenim iud Nine'
i. I). Vil!lmon A Co.
Yik urn A llroiicnrk. Wli. Ave., ror. Eighth.
tleuulH St O LoukIiIIii, Poplar, cor Twentieth.
Dr. J. II. Mureau; oflkc, IH Commercial avenue.
Dr. W.C. Jiicelyn, Eighth near Commercial.
I)r K W. Wultlock, Mi ComwercUl avenno.
J!oM Smyth, No. W Ohio levee.
H. H. CcnUex. No. 700hlol(Vf!fiiDiiiairH).
Ji'iuitai)lH l.if.i, nf New York, corner Twelfth and
Wiilowi ami Orphaim Mutual Aid Society, Scvutitli
and Commercial avenue.
"JjKl'OtiJ.sTS-WlloLKSALE AND RETAIL.
Cieo. E. 0'IIuri, ElKlitcunth and Commerclnl.
Aloxtnrii-r County Hunk, Stli and Comuu relal
I'H) S i'ional, Ohio levee.
Chimjiion. Three Mat' j.
John Sprout, corn'-r Trte!f:h and Levee.
K C hord. Comer Ninth and Commercial.
TI1K MA I IX
( BNCHVL DELIVER otirn , vm a. ni.; cIomh
J 0 : i p ui. ; hunday: a to K a. lu.
Mom y Order Itewart mi nt open at Sa. m.; c!oft
at r t m.
Thr-. i !) Et''re Matin via MlnoU Central and
M i -1 -i ; ji CvLtral K.iilnmiU flin"; at ni.
i'cm and I'vpiar itl ij Tliro'iyti and Way .Mall
c .' :il Vf v y. in.
Way .Mill via liilnoln IVr.'ral. Cairo and Vin
c i-iiiu and Jl.c.iiiii Central liallroade clofce at
! I ;. 'ii.
Way Mail T-r Narrow (isuue Railroad dope at 8
I a;rofd Evaiifville Iliver Route close at fi:3H
p. m. Qi'.iy (except Friday).
oKHi'IAL PIUKCTi ) U .
Mayor-N. II Tliitwood
Tr 'aniirer -Edward Denoul.
Clerk !) nni. J, Kiiv.
Comim-lur -Wm. 11 Ullunrl.
Attorney Wili'.jm lien lrirV
KoAiiu op At UKnar.f.
Klrt Ward-M. .1. Ilowiev
Bnceiid Ward-Uavld T. Linear, C. H. Wood
ward. Th l M War 1-W P. Wf.sM. E.'tM-rt Smith.
Kuurh Ward Charie O. Patr. J airi'-a Kvnaston
Pifth Ward-T. W. llailiday. Ertie-t B. I'tttlt.
Circif. J'liK'i I). J. P.slver.
Circuit Oik -J. A. K-ve..
Couotv.lud.v-K. S. Yoi-am.
Coun'y Cler S. ,1 Uunim.
1'outitv Atturtuy-W. C. Vi!ky
Counlv Tr'f.ir'r M!,V W. Parker.
Shcn J -John Hodden.
Corni'T-lt. I'ji.'.'. ra.i"..
Couuty Coni'.nl'.iiuer' T. W. ilal'.lday, J A.
M. liiWti. SaaiU'.'l Iiriley.
VKHft'AN M. F..-'r'oiirtiH'iitli nlreet. txtween
Warn it arul I .-ilar tr." I: rvii ei' Satiliatli 11
a. m aad p. m ; Sunday School 1 :; p. m.
C CHRISTIAN Klirhteetith itwt: meetini; Sab
j hath lo: io p. nv; preatblni: ocia-iouailj.
Allt'll''!! OK THE REDEEM EK (Episcopal)
j Fo'irt'enth Hreet; S.mdav Mornln.' prayerx
lij W a. m.; evenlnu' iiray. rf. t::Vi . m.; Sunday
(.hool a.m. Kriilay evening prayer T:J p. m.
IMRT MISSIONARY IUPTIST t'Hl'KCH.-
V Preacbln at a. in.. :l p. ni . and : m
Sahtiatu chod at T.JO p. in. Rev. 1. J
Y miERAN-Thirteenth atreet; nerviccs Sah
J J bath 1: to a. m.; Sunday cchool i p. ni. Rev.
hi nappe, pastor
METIIODIST-Cor. Eiirhtli and Walnut ftreott;
Priaihlin; Si)iltb Pt: a. i:l. and T p.m.;
praver meetllii.'. Wednemtay p. m.; Sunday
School, S a. m. Her. Whittakor. pa-tor.
IRESBYTE1:IAN-F.ii.'hth ctreet; preachlni: nn
Sahhath at 11 :" a m. anil T-f'p- m ; prayer
nieetlnij Weilnemlav at T:Snp. ni.; Sunday School
at :) p. hi. Rev. B. Y. Oeoru'e. pa!or.
SECOND PREE-WI1.I. IIAI'TIST - Flfteer.tli
Htreet, hetttei ii Walnut and Cedar ctreel, vr
Ticea Sahhath at :i and ", M p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S i Roman Catholic! Comer Crn
and Walnut c'reein; nervlcen S-kMiath IDSiila.
in. ; Sunday i hool at '.' p. in. ; Vesper p. m. ; ser
ricea every day ut S p. ni.
ST. PATRICK'S - Roman Calliollci Corner Ninth
street anil Wa-hin.tnn avenue; er1cr Sah
ihiIi and 10 a. m. ; Yenpera :) p. in.; Sandny S hool
S p. in. ; erlce every day a! p. in. Rev. i. Zuiiel,
Ohtaincd for new Invention, or for lmprovementj
on old nen; for medical or other compound, trade
mark and luhelx. Caveat. Ali:nnn'nt. luter
ference. Atipeal. Sulti- for Infringement, and
all cane arinlni: under the Patent I.nw. prompt.
ly attended to. Invention that have I u
l V 1 Vi ,rF 1 1 1 '" tl' Patent Olllee limy tlll.
Jirj)rjVyl.Il'lninotcii". lie interned by
u. elnnoppolte the U. S. Patent liewartment.
and oniwd In Pntent biwinei' exclusively, we run
tnu'jo cloer iarche. and ecure Patents mor
promptly, and with broader claim, than tuou who
are remote from Waliliii!ton.
I V VVVTl il? "'"d 4 woilt'l or ki'tchof
Jil Till 1 VJVO your device; wo tnnko ex
amination and advl u to palenlnlillltv, free ol
charifM. All rorreponilenco strictly conlldentlal.
Price low, and no charue unle Patent l ecun!d.
Wo refer In Washington, to lion Postmusier
(!saral I). M. Key. Rev. K. D.Power The Oermiin
Amurlcan National Hank, to official In the lT. S.
Patent oillco. unit to Senator and Representative
In Cnirre' and especially to onr clients In every
Statu lu the union and lu Canada. AddreM
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Oppotlte Pateut (mice, Washlnetoo l. C.
M1U AND COMMISSION.
FI.0CR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
nitfhest Cosh Price Paid for. WLeat.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R,
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Cliicajro.
Hip Only Line Ruuiiinqr Two Daily
Train From Cain). M;ikiur DI
RECT CONNKCTIOX witli
Tiuixa Leavk Caiho:
Arrlvlne in St. Lnul : a.m. : Chicago. S:T0 p m.
Comiectlna at Odin and Klllnsham fur Cincin
nati, Louisville, ludluuapolia aud point East.
11:15 n.m. 8t. Iouin ami AVc hUtm
Connectinz at St . Louis for all point West.
U:li p.m. J-'ust J-'.xproBH.
KorSt. Louis and lncaxo. anhln? ut St. Louis
lU'Rj p.m., and Chicago 7:a.ui.
3:VO i in.( 'iricinnnti Kx pi fss.
Arriving at Clucltujuti T:!.ri a.m.; Louisville 7:3)
m.; ftolianaiiollx 1:i a.m. Pas-enters liv
this train rem h the aliovc polnis 1 rj to llil
ilul. RS tri advance of any other route.
Fast Time Fast.
PiKxPIlOffls: ,,v li,1L' B"throuL'h to Hast.
" --,-1- i rn polnis without any rieiav
caused by Sunday iM. rveiiii;'. The Saturdav after
noon train from ( airo arrive- lu new York iliueiav
inoruinj at lo:y,. Thirty-sii hours la advance of
any other route,
r!-'or ih-oiiL'h tirk.-t and further Information,
p!vat Illinois Centra! Raiiroad Di'.ot. ( uiro.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO
express : -2 : T r. p ni.
AaomiuoiiMion :'-,) p ni
JAs. .IOHNSON. J. 51. .IONES.
o-n Siith"rn Ajet.t. 'I ick t A'nt
W. P. JOIlNJ.. (iell. Pa-sen.- r Ayeut.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
IT. NN'. MITIIKIi.S. Keoeiver.
PHOUTEsT PIIOHT LINE BETWEEN
CAIHO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Etpre-s leave" Cairo ,
Through Kxpr'-.s arrives at E. SI I.oui
Through Kxpre leave E. St Lou,-.,
I nroni'ti hxpress arrive- at Cairo.
Mtiri'hysboroarcomniodatloiileavps ( airo 1 ::!n p. in
Mu'physiiuro Arc. arrives. at M'irphyshiiro T:.'.ip.i:i
ui - .nr'i arc. leaves jiurpnvs'ioru. . . a:i"' a in.
Miirphvshoro Acc. arrives ut Cairo ll: ;5a.m.
The Cairo .t St Louis IIhM 11, nr! i- tl,.. r.i.H- ll
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis tinder one
management, therefore there are no delavs at
w ay stations aw nit in i; connections from oiher'lines.
''lose and sun- connections at St. Louis with other
line lor North, East and Wist
A. NAUOLK. L. M. JOHNSON.
AL'etit. . lienera! .Vauai'er.
QUID & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TAHI.K (I!-' PA-EN(iEK TRAIN'S KUOM
vinc knnks (Niiv. ;;o, ljTy.j
No. i Day Eipr.-- . Exr. ;.t ui;1ay). ... 1 : -.0 p
'' l Klin i Except Stiudiivi 1 : '..'. n
1 M;'ht fcxpre-s t Daily i PJ:.Jia. m.
W K-TV Allll.
No 5 Expre-s i Except Sunday) .:ir,a. m.
" 1 Day Exj.re-- iKxc-pt s'niidav) 'J:Vip. m.
" :i Niht hxpress vDaliy) . !:.. ni.
J. It. Ci.ack. ('. S. Conk. ,!r. .
Aieut VinciMines. (i-.-n. Ticket A,-'( Clucinuati
ST. LOUIS, I. M. it S. R'y.
K ii ii i n II -v I I Tl T I 1- I -
UTTy w If w
Cairo 'l'inio Talih-.
Texas Express i Dil!y) p. ra
Connects at Charleston for Columhus .
Texas Kxprcs rPallyl Sri'a.
Accomniodation Duily) 7:Hip. ..
Office and Pa-seuu'' r Depot N". Ohio Levee. tm
.1. C. ZIMMEil, A'cr.
D. Axtei.i.. Division Suiierintendeiit .
QAIRO CITY FERRY GO.
On and after Monday, dune 16, the boat will mako
the following trips:
LEAVES LEAVES LEAVE
Foot Fourth it Missouri Land'c. Kentucky Ld'g.
s a. tu. s:H0 a. m. a. ra.
to a. m. Ui::to a. m. 11 a. m.
i p. in. 'Jul ) p. m. S p. m.
4 p. m. 4;:S0 p.m. R p. ni.
Jp.m. i::iO p. m. 3 p. m
lliimlmrg American Packet Cmuimny'g
Weekly Line of Steamships
LcavliiR Now York every Thursday nt iJ P. M.
FOR KNCiLANI), FRANCE AND GERMANY.
Tickets to nnd from Europe at lowest rate. For
passime apply to C. II. RICHARD A CO., Go
I'nsscnirer Anents, ill llroadwnv, New York,
II. ki.ls, Cairo, ins.
H H (
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY
TIIK WO RKIN OMAN'S PRIEND.
In theso day of political trickery, a true
mend In thetinio of need 1 a friend indeed: aud
euch a friend Is
Dr. WM. IIALL'3
RALSAM for the LUNGS
It l a su e euro fur
CONSI'MPTION, COCO IIS. COLDS, ASTHMA
and all diseases of thu Luns, Cheat and Throat.
Tlii well-known remedy ha been used for
thirty years aud ha cured thousauda of case,
many of which were irlven up as hopeless.
No case, however obstinate, can resist tho
healing properties ol Dr. Wm. Hall's halsam,
forthe Lunt's. Trial bottles will he furnished
Rratltutlously to all who are afflicted with Lung
aud pectoral diseases.
lifRemembcr that It I the persistent uso of
the llulsam that cures the worst casus.
JOHN F. HENRY, C'URRAN & Co.,
& COLLEOK PLACK, NEW YORK,
(1) BARCLAY RROS. Wholesale Azents.
Medicine, not a drink.)
HOPS, BUCIIU. MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Purest and Pest Medical Qualities of
all other Hitters.
All disi"ie of ths lora.vh, r. nvels. Wood,
Liver. Kidii'-ys, and I'uiuary Oru'uns. Nervous
ness. Sieeplt'ssucsj aud especially Female Com
plaint'. Sinw J.OLD
Will lie paid for a ca-eth-y will not cum or help
or for anything impuie or Iniurioiis found In
Ask your Dris;'i-t for Hop Bitters and try
iheui before you sleep. Take no other.
Hoi" Cot'i.li Cl RE is the sweetest, safest and
bet. Ask Children.
The line Pad for Stomach, Liver nnd Kidney
is superior uaaoiner. ask uru'zist-S.
D. I. C. is an absolute and Irrcslstablu cure for
itr'inteTitle-rt. n-e r.f itl.jem tftVeieen a,wl n..
cotirs. Send for circular.
A'.l above sold by dnji'.'is's.
Hop Ltitters Manul'acturiiiaCo.. Rochester, N. Y.
TO;xiA YEAR, or fii to
l u il,,t In ...... I ..T.li...
Nori-k Women do as well
as men. Many muke more
than the amount stHted
above. No one. can fail to
make money fa't. Ar.v one can do the work. You
can make from .'sic to fi an hour br devoting your
evenings and spare time to the bu j'ines". It costs
nothii:.' to try the h'.i-lnt.ss. Nothlni: like it fur
money mak-lni: everoll'er-d before. Hiisinesa pleas,
art aud strictly honorable. Render, if votl want to
know all about the be- pavinu hu-iues's before the
i.ub'.ic. send us your address and we will eud you
full particulars and private terms frfe;sample
worth g' a'.-o Ir-e; you can then make up vocr
mini fnrviif.r-y.f. Addrc.s OEOROE STINSON
iCO. Portland, llaine
HiliP-t Mfdalat Vienna A riiilailcljiliia
E. & II. T. AXTII0XY & CO,
Urori'iwaj-, New Vork.
Mair.:factiirrrs. Importers aud
Vflvi't FraiiD's, Albums, GrapIioscoiMS
Stt'icosi'oiMs ami Yiuws, Kiurrav
inu's. Ulinuuos. I'lmttcraplis,
And Kindred Goods Celebrities, Actresses, Etc,
Fhotoyiraphic Material?! !
We are Heiidijitirters for Everythln;'
Im the way of
Stercopt icons, Mairie Liintenis
Each style belli;; I lie best of its class
In the market.
lleautiful Photographic Transparencies of Statu
ary and Eicravin.'s f.ir the wlmlow.
Convex clii-s, Manufacturers of Velvet Frames
ior .viiiaatures aua convex Ola-s I'ictures.
Catalonue of Lantern and Slides, with direc
tions lor iisiui;, sent on receipt of ten cents. :j-mo
RLACKSMini AND WACON'MAKER.
W C0NSTITUT1()X WATER
TIIHKi: TIM KH day.
C TRRS HRICiH rs DISEASE, INFLAMMATION,
OK THE KIDNEYS, STONE IN TIIK HLAD
DER. CATARRH OF THE HLADDKK. GLEET.
DIABETES. GRAVEL. I1RICK DDER DEPOSIT
CHILDHOOD WEAKNESS. !.. m,
Fi'innle Coniplaititi a Sppclallt)'.
Foi alc by all Drulsts. Send for circular.
MOIKiAX ALLEN, lilt .lolinSt., N, Y.
THE REST IN THE WORLD
CHURCH & CCTS.
"Aim and Hammer Brand."
Bi-Carb Soda I Saleratus
Which is tho same thinir.
ABSOLUTELY & CHEMICALLY PURE!
Impure lll tarb Soda or Kaloratu (which I the
snmetliliiirlloia sllnhtly ilirtv white color. It
mBy appear white, exiunliied by Ittidf. but a COM
PARISON WITH nut lie II it CO-8 Aim, iud
Iliimmiir" Ilrand will show lluidltl'eroiici'
HJf,?..,!,.?!,your w"'ttr'" Hnkln ir Soda I whit.)
and PI Kb, nhould bo all aimllar aulislaucu
used for lood.
Housekeeper who prefer hread made with vuast,
will Improve It titmllty.miikii It rle butter unit pro,
Tent it from sourlnu.liy uddlnn "ne-lmlf teaspoon,
fill of Church A Co.' Soda or Huleratu. Ho iim
nnd not tin ton iimuh milk, Tho u of this lu pref.
arence to baktiiK powder, aavea twenty time it
See one pound 'mckiiRe for valuablu iuformntlon
and read carolully,
snow this to youb grocer.
MORNING. APRIL 23, 1830.
rpiIR POWER OF ARRESTING DISEASES
X displayed by this preparation I honorably ac
knowledged by the Medical Faculty In every lec
tion where It haa been Introduced; nnd the large
sale I t no best K'larantou of tho cstlmatlou In
Mlilrh j. hi, 1,1 I,,, tin. .x.Klli. 'CM.. L.... in
. "...m .i iiiiiu. nun nrnii will
cure Pulmonary Consumption in tho first and ec
ond staes will plve ureal relief and prolong life Id
the third Itwlll cure Asthma.Hroiichitl,LarvnKltls,
and Coukhs. It will core all illainae orlRlnatlng
from wantof muscular action and nervous force.
For the effect produted by
FELLOW'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF
FnDIeaseof the I.unc. the Inventor l permitted
to ref.-r to the Medical Gentlemen cP St. Juhn N.
Ii., whose signatures are attached hereto.
WILLIAM BAYARD. M
F.I) WIN HA YARD. M
JOHN HERH MAN 'm
DR JOHNSTONE, L ,.
GEO ROB KEATOli. M ij
V II II A RDINti. M It,, a
J D WHITE. M D
T W CARRITT, M D
L Aakox AlwAiiii. Mayor of the City ofSt. John,
in the Province of Newllrunswlck.havlii-examlned
t!. signatures attatcheil to the foreirniu" permit of
Mfeience. hereby certify that I believe them all
l?eiiuiUB. I can ulsote-tifv to the hiiih therapeutical
value of rellow stompound Svrup of Hypophos
j.hites. and consider It deservfui,' of attention by
the prolesslou generally.
9," 3 111 t -'timoiiy whermif, I have herenn-
Gr-utltoset my hand und nrtlxed my Seal of
I heal iMayiirality.atthei'ityof sit. John, this
. ; ix'hday February, in the year of our
Lord one thousand etht hundred aud sixty-eight.
Sold by all JJiMiLrtnts."
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
TI'TT'W PIT T tl Du Titt ha succeed
AAi-i'T-ill'iconihIiitiii. In il......
Cl'RIi MCK HEADACil
;ll.s the hereliifiint mi
ita'oulstic qualiti of a
mn a I'liriryiugTonic.
Their first apparent ef
fect is to Increase Hie mi.
netlte bv caii-ln Dm
'jlHod to properly ifsslnii.
iiourished, and by their
. . . hup ui, r, fivm I-
tlvu organs, reiftilar and
I I RE PILES.
:ieaitny evacuations are
the ran ditv with
vhlch the person take
CTP.i: FEVER aud Acu
m tli sh while under the
nlltienee of these pills,
ndleutes their adapla
lilllv to nonrkh tlm ln,l.
CL'P.E DILIOI S CjLIC
. hence their efilcarv lu
lir Hi? iiervnns i elo lit-
Cure KIDNEY Complaint
vastinir of tint muscle
iliu'ijishnes of the liver,
unpartiiii; health and
-treiitfth to the system.
CCRE TORPID LIVER
ui ii evervw uere.
PltlCE 'r. CENTS.
M Miirrnv Street,
Mtintifaclured only under the above Trade Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immeiliiite relief warranted I'ertmtneiit rum
tvililrunt I ViivV iivr,lul,..,li- i.,.l I... .,11 ...
-. ' ...... vrt. ,,,1.,,, tin,-,, nj i.ii cvil'IMU
ted Physicians of Europe nnd America, becoinliiL' a
Win. I.. Mu..ul..u. ....J I).. I. ..'.I.. I,.. J , ...
t-,nMi-, .ibi .ii.'-nc du, i ivruiii'ie neiueuy uii noill
continents. The hli-hesl Medical Academv of
l'ari reanrt 10 cure out nf lik) case within three
day. Secret The only dlssolverof the polsonou
Trie Al-iH U'hlell i.vUIm 111 III., I'.t.w.,! nf lll,..,i,..llM
and Gouty Patient. Jl a box: H boxes for 8.1.
Mini io any miiiress on r 'celiit, of price. Indorsed
by Physicians. Sold by all Drii!!i:Nt. Atldres
WASHBURN A; CO.,
Only Importer' Depot t!PJ llroadwii, N. Y.
For Sale bv IIAIXI IV iioi.u i.
J. T. WAKBEN & CO.
(U& CG W.SecoiulJSt.
Foreljin and Domestic drli d and canned Fruit and
I'netiible. Canned, dried and salt KIsU. Pick
le. Simccs, Oil aud Condiment. Soup
lull's, Raking Powder, Brotitnl nnd
wholo Hplce. Toilet and Laundrv
Soap, Heed, Jellle, I'reaorvel
Fuucy Grocerle and tro
Stock unparallclod in the West.
SEND FOR OUR ''UROCERS" MANUEL.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, April 22, 10 a, m.
Wheat-May, $ 10;. June, f 1 04 July,
Pork April f 0 00
Oats -May 29i8'a; June, 29.
Corn-May, 33ft; June, 33
Liverpool, April 22 2 p
Whoat uuclianged Winter, 10s
10s 4.1; Spring, Os Ctl10s 3d;
California average, Os CJ10s 3d; Califor
nia Club, 10 ld103 Od. Corn 3d 5d.
Ureadstufls market heavy California,
average, Os 8d10s 3d; California
club, 10s 3d10s8d. Corn-new 5s CJd.
Ko changes as yet.
NEW VORK GKAr.V.
New York, April 22. 12 p.m.-
Wheat -irregular No. 2 Chicago, $l 2 j 7J)
II 27; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 27
01 28; Hud Winter, fl 24Q1 No. 2
Red Winter, $1 31
Corn quiet No. 2. 33.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Washimiton, April 21.-The Iiepublic
uns began their filibustering tactics again
to-day on the immediate deficiency bill, but
were greatly surprised when McMahou
withdrew his motion and left them without
any bill to consider. He says that if they
do not want any money to pay what
has been earned by government
officials they nued not have any. It is
probable that tins move will lead to a coin
promise between the two parties. Most of
the Domocrats want tlm Republicans
to speak, especially Reed of Maiue, who
proposes to argue that the bill as it passed
the houso was unconstitutional, and that is
what the Republicans want. He is there
fore opposed to any amendment that will
make it constitutional. Garfield nronoses
to reply to this and the Republicans object
- 1! . 1 ' . . J
uj ins lining ii in tiifir tuny. It they re
main stuulmru tu this the Democrats will
undoubtedly give him some of their time if
lie will take it, but he himself desires to
speak in Republican time.
All this wrangling between Garfield and
Conger has led to delay, and now the Dem
ocrats propose to go on with other business
until their opponents decide tho ques
tion whether Conger shall choke on" Gar
field. To-morrow the navy bill will be
taken up if agreement is uot reached as to
the deficiency bill.
Washington, April 21. Gen. Gilo, l.o-
fore the house committee on Pacific rail
roads, favored extension to tho Niii tliorn
Pacific railroad, on the ground that tho
mad would prove of great value to the
government as n military, highway, and
public policy should encourage its comple
nominations conpi um rd.
The senate continued Win. A. Newell of
of New Jersey, governor of Washington
territory; E. J. Smithers of Delaware.
United States consul at Chili Kiang; II. S.
Iiovcjoy, receiver of public moneys at
Niobrara, Nebraska. Postmasters: L.
W. Scott, Panlield, Illinois; J. W. Grocs-
beck, Harvard, Illinois: L. A. Marvin, Du-
luth, Minnesota; ('has. H. Lord, Tucscon.
l')Il M.W. RKNo's P.KNKK1T.
The bill introduced to-day by Mr. Davis
of Illinois, by request, proposes to autho
rize tho president to nominate and, with the
consent of the senate, appoint Maj. Reno,
late of. the Seventh cavalry, to his tornier
rank and date ol commission for assiun-
ment to the first vacancy occurring m such
grade m the cavalry arm of. the service.
The home committou mi agriculture re
commended to the coinmitteee on appro
priations that an appropriation of $2.),000
Im made to the United States entomological
commission to enable said commission to
complete its investigation in relation to the
Rocky mountain locust or western grass
hopper and cotton worm and other insects
injurious to the cotton plant.
OHIO census supervisors,
Tho president uomitiatod for supervisors
of census for Ohio, Meredith R. Willett of
Bryan for the First district, John H. Little
of Springfield for Second district. Cyrus
Zeeds, of Pleasautville, Fifth district,
and Wm. A. Hunt of St. Clairsville, Sev
Assistant Treasurer Ilillhousu at New
York has been authorized to buy $3,000,000
I . S. bonds at most advantageous rates.
OONK TO NEW YORK.
Secretary Sherman left to-day for New
SUPPOSED MUKDEHKU3 ARRESTED.
Tuscola, III., AprilSI. Two men wero
NEW SERIES NO. 250.
airested Lite to-night for tho horrid murder
of Mr. Mason In his house, as reported last
night. They are Noah Scott and Joel
Towlcs. They are suspicious characters,
and are now in jail. The murder was
doubtless committed fur purpose of rob
bery. The villains were tracked a consid
erable distance. Mason was worth $30,000
or $10,000. He was honest, but had mado
some enemies in business. He was 73 years
old. Tho murder has created a profound
Facts kor Tourists and Emigrants,
whether for the tourist, bent on pleasure or
business, or tho emigrant seeking a far
western homo, Hostetter'a Stomach Bitters
is the best protector against the hurtful in
fluences of climatic changes or malaria; the
most reliable modicino for general use he
can possibly carry with him. It nullifies
the ttft'Ct of sudden changes of tempera
ture, braces the system against tho enfe
bling influence of excessive heat, prevents
injurious consequences from a change of
diet or of usiug bad food or water, is a fine
resuscitant of physical energy diminished
by the fatigue of traveling, aud tends to
counteract the effects of exposure in rough
weather. It is much and scrviceably used
by mariners and others whoso out door life
and arduous labor expose them unusually.
It is moreover of great service as a preven
tive ami curative of disorders of the stom
ach, liver, bowels, andas a general tonic.
Is Yocn Hair Falling or Tcrnino
Gray? "London Hair Color Restorer," the
most cleanly and delightful article ever in
troduced to the American people. It is
totally different from all others, not sticky
or gummy, and free from all impure in
gredients that render ninny other prepara
tions obnoxious. It thickens thin hair, re
stores gray hair, gives it new life, cures
dandruff, causing the hair to grow where k
has fallen off or Womc thin, does not soil
or stain anything, and is so perfectly and
elegantly prepared as to make it a lasting
hair dressing nnd toilet luxury. London
Hair Color Restorer is sold by all druugists
at 7.3 cents ft bottle, or six bottles for $4.
Principal Depot for United States, 30
North Sixth street, Philadelphia.
Mothers ! Mothers ! ! Mothers ! !?
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
ywr rest by a sick child sutl'ering and cry
ing from the excruciating pains of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once aud 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 not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
nt once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relict and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is lierl'ectlv safe to use in nil p.isoa. ami
pleasant to the tastt,aml is the prescription
of one of the oldest and best female physi
cians in the United States. Sold every
where. Thenty-five cents a bottle.
Brown's Household Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, nnd it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It euros pain in the side, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, nnd all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should Iks
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. 23 cts. a bottle.
Much Sickness, undoubtcdlv with rlni.
dren, attributed to other causes, is nnpuninn
ed by worms. Brown's Yormifuirc Comfits.
or Worm Lozence-s. altl whhtIi I'ffi'ftiinl in
lestrovill!? Worms, ran Hn nn nnuilil.i in.
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination 'has been successfully
used by nhv sicians. and found tr. Im nliat.
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to ciinuren. i wenty-nve cents a box.
"FEW OK THE ll.I S nv r.H-v" n mnn
prevalent and distressinir than bil iniiA (Un
orders. The symptoms are low spirits
want of energy, restlessness headache.no
appetite, sallow skin, costiveiiess and other
ailments which show tlm liver i in th
proper way to do it is to use "Dr. Swayne's
Tar and Sarasparilla Pills." Their effect
on the liver and blood is wonderful
moving pimples and all eruptions, leaving
ine complexion lair ana lresii ns in youth.
Price 21 cents a box of thirtv Pillx. nr flv
boxes for $1.00. Sent liv lllilil on rnnninr
of price, by Dr. Swuyne & Son, 3110 North
Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
From a well-known citizeu of Chicago.
Chicac.o, 111., Jan. 1, 1880.
II. II. Warner & Co., Rochester, N. Yt:
Gentlemen. I have used Warner's Sate
Kidney and Liver Cure with the greatest
satisfaction. It is the ouly remedy I have
ever used that I can recommend to my
friends, ns it lias cured mo of Bright's Dis
ease of long standing, after having visited'
tho White Sulphur Springs of Virginia,
and trying innumerable so-called "reme
dies" of the day. Having resided hero tor
forty-seven years, my friends will be glad
to see this statement. Tho discoverer is, ,
indeed, a public benefactor.
William H. Patterson.
1401 'Wabash avenue, near Tweuty-nintli
The Greatest Blessing. A simple,
put e, harmless remedy, that cures every
time, and prevents diseaso by keeping tho
blood pure, stomach regular, kidneys and
liver active, is tho greatest .blessing- every
conferred upon man. Hop Bitters is that
remedy, and its proprietors are being
blessed by thousands who have been saved
and cured by it. See another column.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the atnirfnd limin .to tnva
trial. Speedy cures cunrantacd. TIht '
mean what they say. Writo to them with-