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DAILY CAIRO 1RTTT J wvixc
or the leading bUHinuittt houses whoo advertise-
Blent, maj be found In Tun Uuu.rTm.
CO. PatierCo., Commercial avenue and Nine-
i. D. Williamson & Co.
Yoeura A llroderick, Wash. Ave, for. Eighth.
Dennis 4 O'LoUKhlln, Poplar, cur Tweutletb.
Dr. J. II. Marean; ofllce, 140 Commercial avenue.
Jocelvn. K It'll th near Commercial
E. W. Wbitlock, lUi Commercial avenue.
Itoht. Smyth, No. GO Ohio levee.
II. II Cur.dee. No. TOOhio levee dm stairs).
Uuullable Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and
W ashikL'ton avetiuu.
Widow, aud Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Commercial avenue.
Dlttv'GGISTS-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Geo. E. O'llara. Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Hunk, btli and Commercial,
liy National, Oliio tivoe.
Champion. Three States.
Jjhn Spioat.corat-r Twelfth and Levee.
E. C. Kurd, Corner Ninth and Commercial.
f EN E HAL DELIVERS open i::jo a. m.; close
J 6:'Vi p.m. ; suuday : to n a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closet
at a o. m.
ThrouL'h Express Malls via Illinois Central and
Mi.nixliiiil C.ntral Railroad close at 12:i l. m.
Cairo end Poplar Uluff Through and Way Mall
!! at u: w p. m.
Wav Muil via Illinois Central. Cairo aud Yin-
eeunes and Mis.sippl Central Railroads clone at
ti t'i p. m
Way U for Narrow Gauge Railroad cloaca at 8
Cairo and Evansvllle Klver Route duces at C:30
p. in. dal.y (except Friday).
Tr -usurer Edward Dezonia.
Clerk-Dtntiis. J. Kob-y.
Counselor--Win. B. lilibert.
Marhul J ( Lallue.
Attorney William Hen lricks.
U1AUU OP AMlKlUX.
Vtr.I Ward M. .1. Howlev
S-eond Ward-David T. 'Lineirar, C. U. Wood
Third Ward-W. P. Wriirht. Eirbert Smith.
Ko'irth Ward Charles O. Patter. James Kynaston
Filth Watd-T. W. llalilday, Ertie-t li. Pettit.
Circuit .JutL'o D. J. linker.
Circuit CleU J. A. l'a-vt.
County .ludse K. S. Yocum.
County Clerk S. J. llumm.
County A!toruy-W. C. Mulkey.
C'otin tv Trvai Jrvf M.les W. Parker.
Cjuntv Comuiipsioners T. W. ilalllday, J A.
M. ttllibs. Samuel Briley.
E. Fourteenth street, between
iV Walnut aud Cedar streets: service Sabbath 11
a. m. and 7:3" p. in.; Suuday school l:.'J p. in.
"HKISTlAN-EiL'hteeuth stlt'et: meeting Sub-
buth 10. JO p. m.; preaching occasionally.
THE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
VJ Fourteenth street; Sunday
1):'W a. m.; evening ur
ray era. 7 ) p. m ; Sunday
school ( :W a. m. luday evening prayer
a. m. rnuay evening prayer . :.ju p. m.
MISSIONARY BAIT! ST CI1CKCU.-
WreKrhinir at lo :i a. in.. :i I), m.. and 7:30 P. m.
JsaHiain school at 7::)0 p. m. Rev. 1. J. Shores,
1 I'THERAN-Thirtefnth itn-et: services Sab-
"flf ETIIODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets ;
ltl Preachltie Sabbath in. ana 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting. Wednesday 7::J' p. m.; Sunday
School, 9 a. m. Kev. hlttakor, pastor.
liRESBYTERIAN EL'hth street: poaching on
1 Sabbath at ll.tnl a. m. and 7::p- '".; prayer
meeting ednefdav at 7 : i p. in. : Sunday School
at 'i p. m. Rev. 1). Y. George, pastor.
d stn-et, between Walnut and Cedar streets;
vices Sabbath at i aud 7: Ki p. in.
CT. JosEPH'S-miotnan Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:.Hia.
m. ; Sunday School at p. in. ; Vespers H p.
Tices every day at i p. ni.
CT. PATRICK'S Human Catholic) Corner Ninth
street und Wasbinirtou avetiue; services Sati-
hath tt and 10 a. tn. : Vciers :i n. in.: Snudav School
2 p. m. ; services every day at b p. in. Rev. F. Zabel,
Obtained for new Inventions, or for improvements
on old uues; for mcdicHl or other compounds, trade
marks and labels. Caveats, Assignments, Inter
ference. Appeals, Suits for Infringements, and
all cases arising under thu Patent Laws, prompt
ly attendee, tn. inventions inui iiave neen
li I L'VPt'Il by the Patent Otllce mavstl
IlEi'l Ajv1!1' iu most case?, be patented by
ua. Being opposite the U. S. Patent Denurtmem,
and engaged in rateut uttsttiess exclusively, we can
niiiku closer searches, and secure Patent more
promptly, and w ith broader claims, than those who
are remote from Washington.
1 WtfVTl'ilJVJ scud us a model or sketch of
Xlx ? IjII a viitj your device; we make ex-
amluntlon and advise a to patentability, free ot
charge. All correspondence triciiy connuential.
Price low. and no churirc unless Patent la-secured.
We refer In Washington, to lion Postmaster
tleneral D. M. Key, Rev. F. D. Power The German
American National Bank, to officials lu the V. 8.
Pateut Office, und to Senator and Representatives
In Cirigres: and especially to onr clients lu every
Plate in uie Ltiiouauuiuv.anauu. Aiiures
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Opposite Patent Office. Washington D. C
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hiffliest Cash Price Paid for Wlicat.
JLLIXOIS CENTRAL It. R,
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis ami Chicago.
The Only Line Runnin? Two Daily
nam rroiii Lairo, aiaKiuir DI
RECT CONNECTION with
Trains Lms Caibo: '
Arriving In St. Louis 9: l.l a.m.: Chicago. S p m.;
Conn.-ctiriz at Odin aud Effingham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Iiidluuapolis aud poluts Kui": .
il .ir a.m. Ht. r,ouis mid "WohUtii
Connecting at St. Louis for all points West.
'.i:'iO p.m. l'iust Kxprcw.
rorst. Loul and Chicago, arriving at St. Louts
..J i.m., Buu . mcago i :vi a ni.
;i S p in. C 'mcitmftti Kxprwm.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:15 a m.; Louisville 7:jn
a m.; ImllanapoU. 4 : a.m. Passenger bv
this iriiin reach the above inilut l'J to ,'Jt'j
Hol'ltS In advance of any other route.
Fast Time East.
PiK'lPtlWlM ''-v ltl1" llrR' tro throiiirh to East.
"m- A ern Dolnts without miv lialu
caused by Sunday iuterveiiitii;. The Saturday after-
uuou iruiu irotn t. airo arrive In new York Mondav
moruluu at lo::jj. Thirty-six hour In advance of
any other mute.
tFor throuirh tk !:et nd furiher lnf.iriM itlr.n
apply at IlliHois Central Hailroad Depot, t airo.
TRAINS A II III YE AT CAIIiO
(Cxpres .. .
..i n p m,
,..:',:') p m.
JAs. .loIINsON. J. U. JONES.
(eu. Southern A.'eut. ' Tick-1 A "'tit.
W. p. JUIINs'jN. Gen. PaweDKer Af.Lt"
CAIRO A:. ST. LOUIS R. R.
IT. W. SMITIIPJIW, IIwoivcT.
SIIOHTEJjT SHORT LINE BETT:p:.
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 hroush Express leaven Cairo
Throutrh Expres. arrives at E. St Louis
Through Expr?e U-aves E. St. Louis...
8:45 a m.
.:) a. ra.
i nrounn express arrives at Cairo
Munibysboroarcommodtttton leaves Cairo l:i p.m
M':)bysboru Acc.nrrives-at Murphysboro 7:'' p.m
Murnhvs'iiiri) Arc. I eaves Mnrti:v.nini in
Murpbvsboro Act. arrives at Ca:ro 11 . ;j a m.
The Cairo A St I.ouli K ill Pn.il is it,
Ilall Koute between Cairo and St. Louts under one
matiaeA'tncnt. therefore there are no delay at
w ay stations auiiiln roEnentinns from otln-r 'nrw
j Ciose aud sure connections at St. Louis with othet
lines fur North, lst and West
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'v.
trwwu: iuw try
TIME TABLE OK PASSUNOEK TUAIN FROM
VINCEXNE (Nov. HO, 1T9.)
r a Te i p ii
No. 8 Day Express . Except miu'.uv) ... 1:10
ti Epress i Except Sunday j 1 .:
t Night Express (Daily,' t-:3''
No. S fcxpres lEcetit Sund.iv)
. i: " a. n.
1 Day Exiires (Except Sutuhvi.
:i Ni.-ht Express ; Da!'. )
i "1 p. in
1 :.j a. m.
J. R. Ci.aiik. C. S. Conk, Jr. ,
Agent Vinceiine. (ieu. Ticket Ag't Ciucinnati
ST. LOUIS,-1. M. ct S. R'y.
Cairo Tinit Tablo.
Texas Express 'Dally 2:; p. tn
Cuunectf at C hurlerton for Coltttnbu
Texas Express Daily) s
Accommodation Hailyl ':'tf. ..
umee aim rasseuger JJetiot .No. y. ()'.,io L'-vee.tm
J C. ZIMMER, A gen
I). AxTEl.L, Division Suiierintenden: .
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE jaE2L STATES.
On and after Mondav.
June li), the boat will mate
the following trips:
.Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
F.iot Fourth at
ua. tn. :.) a. m. M a. m.
M a. L'l. lii:.iii a. m. 11 a. m.
- p. m. '.':.!0 p. m, :) p, m.
4 p. m. 4:t p.m. 5 p. hi.
2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3 p. m
Hamburg "Amoricuu Pueki't Coiupany'g
Weekly Line of Steamships
Leaving New York every Thursday at 2 P. M.
FOR ENGLAND, FRANCE AND C.ERMASY.
Ticket to and from Europe nt lowest rates. For
passage apply to C. II. RICHARD A CO.. General
I'asscnger Agetits, HI Broadway, New York, or to
WELLS, Cairo, Ills.
f.sN S BS
gj 5 m Si
Ui 0 TT g3 r
. ti j .J tn y.
K hi v Kr1 n
w 53 Jr. m
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 5,
THE WOKKINUMAN S FK1END.
in muse uaya or political trlckerv, a true
h , ,ht'tllno of need U a frleud iudced; and
v4i.u Oj IIIUUU IB
Dr. WM. HALL'S
HALSAM 4for the LUNGS
It U a m e euro for
CONSt'MPTION, COCCUS. COLDS. ASTHMA
and all disease of thu Lungs, Cheat au4 Throat.
inis wen-Known remedy ha been used for
uuriy years aim I1HS cured thoilsuuds of cases,
many of which were given up as hopeless.
No case, howuver obtlnate, ran resist the
ueaiiuic prupertie. (,l ur. wtu. Uall's Ilalsiim,
for the Llinu's, Trial bottles will be furnished
K.muuuuiy io an who are aiillctod with Luuir
aud pectoral diseases. ,
tKememher that It Is the persistent use of
.mv ,u9i vuie. iuv worst cuses.
IUJUN t HENRY, CURRAN & Co.,
S COLLEGE PLACE. NEW YOIUC,
"O uAKCLAY BROS. Wholesale Aaenti.
- LJ1 1)111 JjliO. I
ilicine.not a drink.)
HOW, DUCIIU. MANDRAKE,
And Hie Purest and Best Medical Qualities
tili otU'-r Hitter.
Aiioi"aes or lbs tomr:h. Bowels. Blood,
Liver. Kidneys. ud I'ulimrv Or.
ue. s!eeplcnes and especially Ft-malj Com-
$1) IN (,1jI.D
Wi:i be p ibl fo
jep ild foracaeth"j- will not cure nr help
tiuyttir. Imp'ie or injurious found la
Askyottr Dmjlst l ir Hop Bitters and
them before you '.eep. Tike no other.
te the sweetest,
The Il3f Paii (or Stomach.
is superior to all others.
D. I. C. Is an absolute aad Irresistible cure for
ir intenne-. ue ot opium, tobacco and nar-
coucs. reu i inr circiDar.
All above sold bv ilrj!!:a
Hop Bitters Manufacturing Co.. Rochester, N. Y.
We Moan CiutHl, Not Morel v RoliovoJ
i Cat: Prove What we Claim.
tfTl;ero are no failures aud no disappoint-
gnetit. If y..ii are trouh.ed with SICK HEAD-
ACHE you eau be easily ni.d quickly cured, as
hundred have been alp-aily. We shall be pleased
to mat', a sheet of te::mouiai to any interested.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure a.i rorr.is or Bilioti'tess. prevent Consti
patiou and Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, relieve
d stress Horn too heartv eating, correct Disorders
ol the stomach. Stimulate the Liver, aud Regulate
the Bowels. They do all this bv takiuir Just one
little pill at a do.e. They are purely vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, ami are a nearlv perfect a
it Is pos-qble for a pill to be. Price i'i celts, 5 for
91. oo.u o cirigi;ii evervw nere or sent ty mail.
e.-vuir.i jl tuil. l. r. 1 u . Ll!l, I'A .
CH IIOVO.'. ETC
Ki?lust MeiUIat Vienna Pliiladelplila I
E. A II. T. AXTII0XY & CO.
OOl Broadway, New Vork.
Manufacturers, Importer :utd
Velvet Frames, Allium-, Graiilio-si'opes
Stfiensi.'opos and Viuws. Enirrav
iuifs. t'hromos. Pliotojrraplis,
And hiudred (oods-Celebtitlcs. Actresses, Etc.
Photographic Material .
0 We are IIeaditt.trter for Everything
U thu way of
.-, . 1 4 --. I
ciereOlH lCOllS ntrrip l,OHtO)iu
k.uiiyiiutwn, JJiUlK IUS
Each st.ete being the best of its clu
In the market.
Beautiful Photographic Transparencies of Statu
arv and Engraving' lor the window.
Convex glass, Manufacturer ot Velvet Frame
mr jiiuimurcs ami touvex Glass Pictures.
Catalogue of Lanterns and Slides, with direc
tions tor using, sent on receipt of ten cents, ,'1-mo-
BLACKSMITH AN D WAUONMAKKR.
THE BEST IN THE WORLD
CHURCH & CO'S.
"Arm and Hammer Uraiul."
Bi-Carb Soda i Saleratns
Which is the samc'thiiiff.
ABSOLUTELY & CHEMICALLY PURE!
Impure Bl-Carb Soda or Salcralu(hlcli Is the
SAtiiethliigllsofa llghtlv dirty white color. It
may appi'urwhlto, examined by tlf, but 11 COM
PARISON WITH CHURCH5 cc'S ''Arm and
Hammer" Brand will show the (inference
s.l".,.JJ'.ll!.5"""' w'lltt tl Baking Soda Is white
and PURh.a should be all smillar aubstaucu
used for food.
Housekeeper who prefer bread made with vaast,
will Improve II uuullty,nmkn It rlsu better aud pre
yetit It Irom aourlng, by adding one-hull teaspoon
rul of Church & Co.' Soda or Saleraltt. Be uru
and not usu too liiuuli milk, Tho use of this In pref.
aronce to baking powder, save twenty time ltl
See one pound package for valuable Information
aud read carefully,
SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER.
i " ;
AUK CURED I
No organ of thonabt or action can b emidond
Without the UHSLIinir-e nt ll,l.n.l ,,,! '...'..
can be employed safely or with Imntiultv WlltlMItt M
With healthy blood the
ell develoned. ulmtlw..
xerefsed organs becomo well
muscular or Intellectual. By the use ol
S' COMI'iir-H hVUI'p ni? iivn.
PHOSPHITES the hloml In ii...i.JIIv vl,all ,..,l
purl tied, and so made capable of producing a Bound
Wind and a sound body.
"1'erHons altering from Impure blood, or w hose
health it civin? way. either at ministers or those
who study closely, will tlndlu the Syrup the mate
to bill d them up, aud the toulo to keep them
,bori!' DR. CLAY.
PtTTsm:i.i;, We March. 1H7-I.
J.lt. JAXM I. Fbi.ijih's-Dear Sir: )nrlu Hie
77 (uav given your Componnd Syrup
.ot, "ypophoaphttes a fair though somewhat aevere
trial lu mv practice, and am able to mixak uiti, n.
tldenceof Its etlects. In r..t.fl.,t.
ng from cmacUtlon and the debility following dip
therta. It baa done wonders. I constantly recom
mend Its ue In all afiecttons of thu throat and
lungs. In several cases considered hopeless, It has
given relief, and the patients are fast
among theae are consumptives and old bronchial
subjects, whose diseases have resisted the other
modes of treatment. For initiaired illue.tlon n,l
n fact for debility from auy cause, I know of noth-
lugeonal to It. Ita direct rfli Tt ltl tPi.titlw.nn.n
the nervous svstem renilera It .nhul.l.. r,.. i !"
jorltyof dlseasea. I am. sir, yours trttlv,
WM.S. HOWE, M. D.
Note. It I OLlv th.l Inrl.iru.nHiiiit u.nll n..i,.j
and tinseitish physicians w ho can atlord to prescribe
thi-remei'y. Experience bus proved this. The
highest class medical nieu iu every large city where
it is kuowu, recommend it.
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND Til
Arr LILTED E ERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
Dll TlTT has snccpeit,
d iu combining In these
( I RE SICK IIEADACII
mis me Heretofore an
agouisuc nualitie of
ano a runiytugTouic.
Their first apparent ef-
ieci is 10 increase the ap
1 1 1 1 S PILLS
lietlte liv causina- thn
ioou to proper v uss mi
ute. Ihnsthesvstem Is
lourished, and by thetr
onto action on tin. ili,.,.
Itlve organs, regular aud
lealthy evacuations are
The runiditv with
which the persona take
CURE FEVER aud Agui
m nesn wlille under the
tmuenccof these Di Is.
indicates their adnpta
CURE BILIOUS COLIC
Minyiouourisii the DikI
. Ueuce thetr efficacy In
uring nervous debt Itv
vastitnr of the n.uxdes
Cure KIDNEY Complaint
itlL-gishness of the liver,
hrotiic constipation, and
1 1 IIjLN
mpiirtlug health and
treugtll to the avalem
CURE TORPID LIVER
0 1 1 1 evemvhere.
PRICE '.'.'i CENTS.
53 Murrav Street,
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
under the nbove
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
immediate re:iei warranted. I'ermuneiit cure
guaranteed. Now cxclusivelv used bv all celehra.
ted Physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple, Harmless and Reliable Reinedv 011 both
continent. The highest Medical Academy of
ran report to cure out 01 lticnes within three
days. Secret The only dlssolveroT tliepoisonous
!:., ai.i ..-i.it. ...i..... 1.. .1... di 1 ...
1 111 Aou nun u lilffl iu lUM llitHUl 1)1 iUICUTIlUtlC
K"ty nuieiit. $i a Dox; boxes Tor J3.
Sent to ntiy address on receipt of price. Indorsed
y rnysiciiins. Sold ly all Brtigglst. Addles
UAIM!flJV C. r'lV
Only Importer' Depot ili Broadwav, N, Y
For Sale by BARCLAY BROS., and Druirirlla
Ki uei am .
VUU XIV U 01;
J. T. WARREN & CO.
CU-litf W. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic dried aud canned Fruit and
Vegetable. Canned, dried aud null Fish. Pick
les. Sauce, Oils und Condiment. Soup
Kltifl's. Baking Powders, ground nud
wh.dj Spice. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, Seed, Jelllen, Preserves
Fancy Groceries and dro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR 0UB "GROCERS", MANUEL.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, May 4, 3 p. m.
Wheat-May, t 12; jUIU!,$ i 10i4
Pork-May.f.) 750 775Juno, $0 83.
OuU-May, 29;; June, 29.
Corn-May, 30?,' 5 June, 33.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
York, May 4, 12:10 p. m.
irrcgular No. 2 Red Winter, 1 20
Ti l T,- , . .
,iwu y tutor, ill y: No. 2
Amber, nominal; Chicago, $1 2001 22;
No. 2 Milwaukee f I 241 25.
Corn - quiet No. 2, 51J.
Liverpool, May 4, 1:30 p. si.
Wheat firmer Winter, 9s 8 8d
GlOs Cd; Spring;, 0s10s ; California
average, 9.s10s 2d; California Club,
9s;i0d10a 4d. Corn-49 8H1
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Washington, May 3. Replying to an in
quiry from the secretary of tho treasury as
to whether tho fourth section of the act of
June 30, 1874, was repugnant to the previ
ous statutory provisions in preference to de
posit ot bonds by national banks, the solicitor-general,
in an opinion approved by the
attorney -general, sent to Secretary Sherman,
says: "Upon the whole, I am of opinion
that taken with its context, section 4 of tho
action of 1874 is for all purposes connected
therewith repugnant to section 5,100, re
vised statutes, aud all other previous legis
lation that requires national banks to have
and maintain iu the treasury of the United
States a bond deposit to the amount of one
third of their capital.
Washington, May 3. Tho funeral of
Gen. Samuel P. Heintzelman took place at
9 o'clock this morning. The remains were
escorted to the Baltimore and Potomac rail
road depot by a battalion of the Second ar
tillery. An officer, non-commissioned officer
aud three privates of the Second ortillery
will accompany the body to Butfalo, where
the intermeut takes place.
COMMISSIONER OF AORICCLTCUE.
1 lie house committee on agriculture de
culed to recommend $;J,000 for salary of
commissioner of agriculture instead of
$0,000 asked for.
DOUBLE POSTAL CARD.
I he house committee on postoffices and
post roads agreed to report favorably the
bill providing for double postal cards.
lif ir i . . i n i . .
u. ii. iAiouttie, assistant ctmimtssiouer
of patents, has tendered his resignation to
take effect May 31.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY APPOINTED.
A lie president lias nominated Edward L.
joimstonot Denver U. S. district attorney
tor ( olorado.
Tl. ..!.- . . i I i .,
Aim viuu-piesnient nas signeu me "im
mediate deficiency bill." It now toes to
WILL NOT VOTE KOR GRANT.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 3. The
miner win imunsii to-morrow, on au
thority, statements made by leading dele
gates that the Philadelphia delegation to
the Chicago convention insists upon break
ing away from tho unit and will vote nearly
solidly against (.rant; also that Seuator
Cameron is to bo notified this week of the
.leterminatioa of tho Philadelphia delega
tion to oppose Grant's nomination.
The various senate investigation commit
tees have thus far expended tho following
amounts: Senate exodus committee, $l(i,-
525; Freed men's bank investigation,
$9,0711; Kellogg investigation, $7,2!)7;
ngalls investigation, $0,40S; select com
mittee ou removal of Northern Cheyennes
aud Ponca Indians, 5,287; select commit
tee to investigate reports, books and ac
counts ot treasury department, $35,471;
committee on civil-service and retrench
ment in Rhode Island, $3,475.
THE MINT QUESTION.
The house committee on coinage,
weights and measures held a session to-day
to hear further arguments in behalf of sev
eral cities claiming special advantages to
tho government in the location of a branch
mint. lion. Oeo. R. Davis of Chicago, 111.,
presented claims of that city in an elabor
ate argument. Senators from Nebraska
were also heard at somo length in favor of
A telegram was received trotu Panama at
the legation of Chili which says the Chilian
navy bombarded Callao ou tho 22d of
April, causing heavy damages on shoro and
Dearly destroying tho Peruvian corvette
Uulon. Lima is threatened by tho Chilians,
and great distress prevails in that city.
Memphis, May 3. About 15 miles of now
tcwors havo been laid to dato and house
connections aro being niado as rapidly as
NEW SERIES NO. 269.
tho forco of plumbers can work.' Although
unfavorable weather has prevented the com
pletion of the entire system, all the business
portion of the city, and the thickly settled
area west of the bayou are substantially
finished. Work ia the comparatively clean
soil and less thickly built region east of the
bayou will be continued until June 1.
Tests recently made, it is claimed, demon
strated the success of tho new Bystem of
sewerage. With this important work
practically accomplished and with the gen
eral sanitary improvement effected by labors
of the past winter, the municipal authori
ties and local board of health are sanguis
of the coutinuance during summer of the
present healthy condition of Memphis.
Published mortality tables for the past
month show Memphis to rank seventh in
point of healthiness among forty-six cities
of over 30,000 population.
A Down-Town Merchant. Having
passed several sleepless nights, disturbed by
tho agonies and cries of a suffering child,
and becoming convinced that Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup was just the article
needed, procured a supply for the child. On
reaching homo and acquainting hia wife
with what ho had doiie, she refused to have
it administered to tho child, as she waa
strongly in favor of Homoeopathy.
That night the child passed m
suffering, and the parents without
sleep. Returning home the day fol
lowing, the father found the baby stiU
worse; and while contemplating another
sleepless night, the mother stepped from
the room to attend to some domestic dutica,
and left the father with the child. During
her absence he administered a portion of the
Soothing Syrup to the baby, and said noth
ing. That night all hands slept well, and
the little fellow awoke in the morning
bright and happy. The mother was de
lighted with the sudden and wonderful
change, and although ot first offended at
the deception practiced upon her, has con
tinued to use tho Syrup, and suffering cry
ing babies and restless nights have disap
peared . A single trial ot the Syrup never
yet failed to relieve the baby, and overcome
the prejudices of the mother. Sold by all
druggists. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
"Few of the Ills ok Life" are more
prevaleut aud distressing than bilious dis,
orders. The symptoms are low spirits
want of energy, restlessness headache, no
appetite, sallow skin, costiveness and other
ailments which show the liver is in the
proper way to do it is to use "Dr. Swayne'
Tar and Sarasparilla Pills." Their effect
on the liver and blood is wonderful, re
moving pimples aud all eruptions, leaving
the complexion fair and fresh as in youth.
Price 25 cents a box of thirty Pills, or five
boxes for $1.00. Sent by mail on receipt
of price, by Dr. Swayno & Son, 330 North
Sixtli street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
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,
ami thereby more certaiuly relieve pain,
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 be
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 battle.
Mccu Sickness, uudoubtedlv with chi.
dren, attributed to other causes, is oerasinn
cd by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no nossibln 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 bor.
Why Wear Plasters' The v mm- r.4
lieve, but they can't cure that lame back.
lor the kidneys are the trouble and you
want a remedy to act directly on their secre
tions, to purify and restore their health w
condition. Kidney-Wort has that specific
action and at the same time it regulates
the bowels perfectly. Don't wait to mfc
sick, but get a packasro to-dav. aud euro
Asthma. The tortures aud
endured for six years, none but those who
have suffered with this terrible disease rare
know. My life was miserable. In desper
ation I tried Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammo
nia. It nave me instant relief. T'ko.1 i
nteruaUy as well as externally. Thomaa
Branigan, 127 West
7th street, N. Y.
Giles' Pills cures Gout.
From observation, under tho mieroseonc.
of the Blood of patents (using Fellows
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites taken
from time to time, positive proof has been,
obtained of the steady removal of diseased,
and dead blood particles, anQ tho substitu
tion of vitalized discs, so necessary to the
construction of healthy muscle.
Malaria Destroyed. G. A. J. Gadbnih.
of Brockville, Canada, certifies that ho was
prostrated by a malarial diseaso contracted
in Texas, and was quickly and comnletelv
cured by the use of Warner's Safe Pills ami
Safe Bitters. He adds: "I shall never
travel in that climato without your Safe
ins ana littters as a part ot my outfit."
Talking about the liver, wo presume
that ill temper is more often caused bv a
disordered liver than anything else. To
insure a cheerful disposition take ScoviU'a
Blood and Liver Srrup, which will remoTo
the prime cause, and restore tho mind to its
Derangement ot tho liver, with consti
pation, Injure the complexion, induce pim
ples, sallow akin, etc. Remove tho causa;
Dy using Carter's LUtlo Liver rills.
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