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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
fi 11 I IllI,' VT
Of I lie leading IjiKini'rt bouse whose advertlo
uieuumay h round la Tm Buu.itm
C O. PatlerJtCo., Commercial avenue null Nino-
I). U. Williamson 1 Co.
Vm am it Brodcrick, Wash. Ave., cor. Eighth.
Dennis i. O Longhlin, Poplar, cur Twentieth.
Dr tl. H Msrcan: office, IW Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. o. Joruiyu, Eighth nr Commercial.
Dr K. W. WhitUx-k, l io Commercial avenue.
I!o'it . (i)iy ill, No. 00 Oliio levee.
U. II Car.dec. No. TOOblo levee (up stair-'.
Kiiuituble Life, of New York, curlier Twelllli and
Widow aud Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Kcvcuth
and CurnnitT-in! aveuue.
DRV.;;iST8-WHoLESALE AND RETAIL.
Ceo K. O'Ha'a, EIIitt-nth aud Commercial.
A'exand-r County B-iuk, M! and Couiuii rc'il .
ity Nation1. UliiO levee.
C'L riipiou. Three State.
Jj'ui Spin!, corner Twelfth aud Lever.
E C 'Cord. oru'T Ninth and Commercial.
i RNEKAL DELIVERY opea :) a. m.; close
KJ ti;'topm.; Miuday: S to 'J a. m.
stoney Order Department open at 8 a. ra.; close
a' Ti p in
Pirouvib Erpre Mill via Illinois Central and
X .-!-ipp! Centra! RnU'oad close at p. in.
Cairo nod Poplar Bind Through and Way Mall
time at li:iy in
Hav Mall via lilimd Centra!. Cairo and lu
cine ai.d M.f .ippl Central Ratlnad close a!
t (') p. 10.
Way fo: Narrow lia.;ge Hillroid c ioct at 8
i a.roaid Evansvllle River Route cloac at ,:
t . m. dai.y (eicept Friday).
OFFICI AL DIRKCTOKY.
Jlivor-N B Thlstlewoud
Treasurer -Edward Ik-zon:a
Clerk-Deiiai. J. Foley.
Counselor -Wui. B Oilliert.
Vambai-J C Lallne.
Attorney-William Hen trick.
a.iAKD or ALDIRJ1IM
Klr-l Ward-M. J. Howley
f..oiid Ward -David T. Lluegar, C. H Wood
Third Ward-W. P. Wriuht. Egbert Smith.
Kour'h Ward -Charles U. Pa'ter. James Kyraton
Piah Wa:J -T. W. Halllday. Eruet it lVltit.
( irruit Judk'e-D. .1 Bjk. r.
t treuit Clerk-.!. A Rc.u.
Couniv .Indue R S Yocum
Comity clcrk-tv llunini.
Couutv Atiuruy -W. '. M'llk-y-Count
v Trcir-r-Mi!e W. Pa:kT.
Sheriff John Hodne.
County Couimi-'.i:er-i . w. iltil.iday. .1 A
I inlili. Sm:iel Uriley.
AFRICAN M. K. -Fourteenth atreet. l-etueru
Walnut and Cedar i-treeti": service SaMiath 11
a . aud "-Vi p. ui. ; Sunday School 1 :) p. m.
CHIU.-TIAS-Eik'htrenth Hreet; meetitiu Sah
, hatn IU:: p . m. ; preaching iK-raalonally.
")IU'R II OF THE REDEEMER (KpUropal)
V, Kouru-etith atreet; btiuday Morulng prayi r
10 a. m : eveiiim; prayer. T : p. m : Sunday
a ,:iool 9 : a. in Fiida.v evening pruver 7: V p tn.
THIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHrRCTl-
11 lrear.hiiig at lo: l a m., :( p ni.. and M p. m.
Saiilulh n-huol at 7: p m. Rev. T. J. shore,
JrrHERAN-Thirt-'tith utr-.-t : .-rvin Sat.
4 bath 1:10 a in ; suuday HcluKd '.' p Dl- I;t'v
MKTIIODIST-Cor. F.lu'hth and Walnut atreeta:
Preaihim; Salihath Hi:' a m. and 7 p.m.;
praver meeting. Wedndav P- m.; Sunday
School, 9 a m. Rev. Wliitlaker. (ra-tor
1UESBYTF.RIAN Eiu'hth atreet: prearulne on
Sahba'ii at U:n a m and 7:1"p- m ; pray, r
meeting Wednedav at T:ip. m.; Sunday School
at J i. m. Kev. B. Y. tieure. pastor.
SECOND FREEWILL ISArl IS ' - rltteci.in
atreet. between Walnut and Cedar atreet, nr-
vt r i1
Sabbath at ;! and p. m.
T. JOSEPH'S (Roman Cathnllri Corner Croa
and Walnut atreeta; service 'iiiaui io:.xia.
m.; Sunday School at .' p. iu.; eaper J p. m. ; aer
yicea every day a! S p. tn.
PT. PATRICK'S -i Roman Catholic) Comer Nlulh
atreet and WatiiiiL'1on avenne; aerv-.ca ab
hatU ti aud 111 a. tn.: eapera : p. 111.; Sundae School
i p tn.; aervicea every day at 5 p. ui. Rev. F. Zuliel,
Obtained for new tnventlona. or Tor Improvement
ou old ine; for medical or other compound, trade
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furence. Appeal. Suit for Infringement, and
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ly attended to. Invention that have been
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nd engaged in Patent bnatned exclualvely, we can
make cloeer aearchea, and aecure Patent more
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are remote from Washington.
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American National Bank, to official In the V. S.
Patent Office, and to Senator and Representative!
I a C'ngreti: and especially to our client In every
Mate In the Union aud in Canada. Aildref
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Oppoilte Patent Oftlce. Washington D. C
MIIiL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Holiest Cwli Price Paid for Wheat.
LLuVOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest timl Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicasro.
The Only Line Rutminj? Two Daily
Train From Cairn. Making DI
KF.CT COXSKCTION with
K A STERN' LI.VFS.
TTit.iN Leave Caiii.,:
Arriving In St. !..tii am: Ch:cji.i:.W ni. :
Coioiectitui at Odin and fcffinuharu for Cincin
nati, Louinvlile, ludluutpolia au j puin'a liar .
11:15 n.m. tit. roui suid Wemtcru
(.'oiinectin-i at it. l."ul for a" point Weit.
'W10 p.m. I-'ust Kxprcin.
For St. Loi;i ar.d rhli!., rriving at St. Loui
ID.i.'i p m.. and tMf ":" a ui
IV") p.m. ( 'iiK'inti.'it i I-Ixpi'hsn,
Arrivlu; at Cinrinnifi 7:1') am.: I.ouvi!Ie 7 -J)
am.; Jndianpili 1 no a.m. Paf-enei Uy
Una train ream the alum- pu!ut I'J t. : i rt
Hol'hS lu advance ut any other ro'ite.
Fust Time Kast.
I'-KvOTltri'l'k ''' ,ai 'lu'-' K" throi'.k'U tn Kit.
tl.C H,t ifl ,.rn J,,,,,,;,, w itlii:t ai.y del:iv
ruel by Sunday iuterM-uin,'. The Vurdiv after
noon train from Ca!ri arriu in new York Mmnlav
miiruri ut Tliirty ix houw !ti a'lvanceid
any dther ruute.
-rKor tlirotigU ti' ket anrl further ii.f.Tin ttk:i,
apply at Ilitnoi-Centra! Railroad Depot.) a:ro.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO
.IAs. JulIN.-ON. J.
(en SouM.ern Apent.
W P. JOIINMJN.I.: Pi-
-: i' tn.
;; p m.
1 M a. tn.
T:; k.--'. Age,t.
n; -r A,'-t.l
CAIRO cV: ST. T.OL'IS R. R.
IT. W. SM1TIIKUS. ltiwviver.
HOKTEsT SHORT LIXE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
'I'ttiK S hf liil:
1 hrouBh Etpre leave Ca:n S Clan
Through Kxpre arrive n' K. t Lo-Ji. aip.ni.
Through Expre leate E. St Loui.... . ia"i
Through Exprea an ;ve at Cairo S.lOp m.
M :irphyab'r areola niuilst! n !ea e Cairo 1 "' m.
M'l'phva'ioro Arc. arrivi. a-a! MurpUysS.ro T:'p m.
.Vl'irjibys'iorc Acr. leave Murphyaboro :. tn
Murphva'iciM Act. a.-r.ve at I a:ro 11 : m.
The Cairo st. Lou! Rail Roa 1 . the on'y ail
Rail Route between Cairo aud St. Lo'.il i:nd rcLe
manage tnetit. therefore the are co delay at
way atationa awaiting conti-ctioti from other li:ie.
Cii.ae and sure cosnei lioiia at m. Lou! with other
lliua for North, Eaat ::u We'.
J A. NAl'OLE.
OHIO A: MISSISSIPPI Rv
TIME Ttlll.K I'K I'AKNilV.Ii Tit.VINS I'lldM
mm en ks i Nov. :;o. i 7;i.)
ri-T x : : : .
No. g Day Kpr- Exci-pt ;n lay) . . . I : p. ta.
' h Eprev ' Except m;ih!V;j I ::;." p. m.
" t Night Expre- iDailyi' V.' ::' a. m.
No. .'i Expr-s . Except 'i:i'l.i) . a. n.
1 Day Extire.s cKc..it Sim la; - :Mp. ui.
" :i Nu'ht Expre ,Uai.y '. 1 a. r.i.
J. R. C1.A11K. C. s ( ,,sr. ,t:s .
Agent Viticenni's lieu. Tl'-ket Ag t Cin '.tltia! 1
T. LOUIS, I. M. it S. R'y.
( 'airo TImi' 'r.lU'.
Texas Expre JDaily; .' I" p. til
Connect at Charleston for I ol'itnV.-
Texa Expre- '.Daily! g.:V.a 3
Accommodation (Dally1 7:lop. ..
OtHce and Pa-aenger'Depot No. Ohio l,cee.t:u
.1. )'. i mm !:!'., a
I). Arn L. Division St;t-rlutendcti.
QA1RO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE laSSi STATES.
On and after Monday, Jana H, tUo bolt will make
the following trips:
I.FAVE LEAVE LEAVE
Foot Fourth st l!ourl Laad'g. Ketificky Ld'g.
s a. m. :M a m. a. ra.
M a. i'. a. m. It a m.
i p. m. 2: p. m. 1pm.
4 p. in. p. in. f p. ui
i p.m. i::ki p.m. 3 p. m
lliimbtirg Aniericnn Packet L'oiniuny'ii
Weekly Line of Steamships
Leaving New York every Thursday at i P. M.
FOR ENGLAND, FRANCK AND GERMANY.
Ticket to aud from Europe at lowest rule. Por
passage apply to C. B. RICHARD Jfc CO , ,ieucral
Pacnger Ag"iit, ill Broadway, New York, or to
II. WELLS, Cairo, 111.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY 3I0RXIXG. MAY 7, 1330.
TI1K WoKKlNUMAYS FRIEND.
Iu theae day of political trickerv, a true
friend in the time of need 1 a frleud indeed ; and
rich friend la
Dr. AVM. HALL'S
BALSAM for the Ll-NGS
It I a u e cure for
CONSUMPTION. COl'tillS, COLDS, ASTHMA
aud all dieaeof the Ltiug, Cheat aud Throat.
Thi well-known remedy ha been used for
thirty year and ha cured thouaaud of case,
mauy of which were given up a hopeless.
No caae, however obstinate, can resist the
healing proportie M Dr. Win. Hall's Balsam,
forth.) Lung. Trial bottles will be furni-hed
gratltotiotisly to ail who arealllicted w ith Lung
and pectoral diseases. t
KrRc member that II I the persistent use Of
the Balaam that cure the worst cases
JOHN F. HENRY, CL'RRAN & Co..
s COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK,
(I) BARCLAY BROS. Wholesale Agent.
(iiclne. not a drink.)
HOPS. BIT HI". MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. An I the Purest and Bet Meilli al iualitle of
all othi-r Bitters.
All die.i- of th .toin:i':b, Bowel. Blood.
Liver. Kidney, .(tul Canary Organ, Nervou
r.ess. S'.eepleaaiiea and especially Female Complain-.
r'kl IN GOLD
Will be paid for a riet'iy will no! cure or help
nrf'.ir auythtr.g impure or iirurioii- found iu
A-k your Ir-iBgit fir II ip Bitter and trv
tliftt; before y,e- -leep. 1 a no other.
II. i ('..; ., it Ci-rb 1 the' sweet. t. safest and
bct. A-k I'hiidren.
The Hoi' Pap lor Stomach. Liver ami Kidney
i superior to ul! others. A-k DruggiN.
I) I C. i au absolute and irrefutable cur for
'lruukenni-. ue of opium, tobacco aud nar
cotic. Send for circular.
A'l above old by dr-'.giiata.
Hop Bitter MiUf.factttrlngCo.. RocLeter, N. ".
We Mtan Cuu'i!. Not Merely Relieved
A:.J Can Prove Wh it - claim.
itTai fe ae no fail'ire a:.d Do disappoint
meiiis t y.: are troulved with ICK HEAD-
a be easily and quickly cured, a
hundred- ha.-!et:n aireauy. We !ia!l be pleased
to :naii a l.eet of tetimohiii,. to anv iuterestetl.
Csittei-s Little Livor Pills
Al ) cure all form of Tlilioti-iif-. prevent Conatl
patlou and Dyspen.ia. promote Digeatlon. relieve
d'stros- from t.M lieartv eating, correct Disord-r
nt t)u Siitil.irli H r i .n n '.it., lln. I ,.. .i.l I) ,1.,...
I .V... Tl ! 'I'l 1 1 i . .
.;i- IHmilP I IHJ Ull liil-O) in A 1 II K JUSlOIU'
li'tle pi!': at a doi-. They are purely vegetable, do
not trripo or purge, and are as nearly perfect ns
it is pos-ible for a pill to be. Price gs cetl. S for
Jl . Sold bv d'iiggist everywhere or sent by mail.
IAHTKR .MEDICINE CO.. ERIE. Pa
Highest Me.Lilat Vienna I'liiladelpliia
E. & H. T. AXTHOXV & CO..
PKl Broadway, New Voi k.
.Manufa.'t irers. Importer and
Velvet Frames, Allium, Graiihoseopes.
Steri'UM'ojM's ami Viuws. Emjrav
im?". Cliromos. l'lintoirraphs.
And Kindred (ioods-Celebr'ties. Actresje. E'c.
I'liotoiii-apluc Material!? !
We urg lleiid(it.rter for Everv thing
ia the way of
Stereopticous. Majrie Lantern
Eac'a tylf being the best of It class y(irk
In the market. . c0.
Beautiful Photographic Tratipareuc''h1''w
ary mid Engravlug lor the wlmiow. 'tUirj
Convex glu. Manufacturer of Vei
ror Miniature and Convex Glass Picture.
Catalogue of Lanterns mid Slide, with di.
t!on lor usltig, eut ou receipt or tun cent. S tu,
BLACKSMITH AND WAliOVMAKKU.
JllE RKST IX THE WORLD
"Arm ani Ilamtner Brand,"
Bi-Ciirb Sotla i Saleratns
WhKli Is the samtliinff.
ABSOLUTELY & CHEMICALLY PURE!
Impttro III Curb Soda or Suleratust which 1 the
same tiling) I of a llghlly dirty while color. It
nmv RpiKiirwhltc, examined by Itielf, hut a COM PARISON
WITH CHURCH CO S "Arm and
Hummer" Brand will show thcdltrcrciico.
See Hint your Hiilaiatu aud llakliiit Sodn I white
and PI RE, a should be nil similar substance
used for food .
IloiiHiikcepet who prflfer bread made with vt.
will Improvu It iUiillly,iiinke It rise belter and pro
vim! II from souring, by adding otie linll' teaspoon
fill of Church & Co. ' Soda or Salcratu. Bu surn
and not nsu too tuiinli milk, The u of this In pref
erence to linking Iiowder, save twcnly time IU
Hey otin pnnnd 'inr kage for vntiialilu Information
and read c.urel'ull.
SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER.
ARE CUIIEI) !
No organ of thought or anion can bo employed
without the assistance of the blood, and no organ
can be employed safely or with impunltv without a
supply ol healthy blood. With healthy blood the
exercised organs become well developed, whether
they be musctil
FELLOWS' COMPOUND SYRL'P OF HYPO
PHOSPHITES the blood is speedily vitalized aud
pnriited, aud so made capable of producing a sound
mind and a sound burly.
Peraon ufl'ering from Impure blood, or whose
health Is giving way, either a minister or thoae
who study closely, will find lu the Syrup the mate-
to build them up, and the toulc to keep them
PiTTsrtKt.il. Me.. March. 1S7-J.
Mu. Jamk I. Fki.i.ows Dear Sir: During the
past two yeara I have given your Compound Syrup
ot lfvpophof phites a fair though somewhat severe
trial In my practice, and am able to upeak with con
fidence of ita effect. In restoring peraon uH'- r
ing from emaciation aud the debility following dip
therla. It ha done wonder. I constantly recom
mend it ue iu all affection of the throat aud
lung. In several case considered hopeless, it ha
given relief, aud the patient ure.fust recovering;
among guee are consumptive and old bronchial
subject, whose diseases have resisted the other
mode of treatment. For Impaired digestion, and
iu fact for debility from auv cuuac. I know or noth
liigeipial to it . It direct effect in strengthenm
theuervotn. system renders it suitable ror the ma
jority of disea-e. I am. sir. yours trill v.
WM S. HtiWE. M. D.
NoTK.-It i only the independent, well. ported,
aud uuelilli physicians who cau afford to prescribe
this remedy. Experience ha proved this The
highest cla medical meii in every large city where
It ia kuoHU, recommend it.
PHYSiriAN'S. CLERGYMEN AND THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
He. Tr-rf h.. DH......I
... .... ..r.r- r-Mv.rvU"
d iu combining in these
'ill the heretofore au
agoulstic nnallti a it i,
Cl'RE SICK HE AD AC I
aim a ruruvutr. Tonic.
Their first apparent ef
:ect i to Increase the ai.
v CURE DYSPEPSIA.
petite by causing the
ood to pro(n-rly aiml.
Cl RE CONSTIPATION
ate. lliilsthesyslem is
iiourisheil, and by their
onto action on the dige-
ive OTL'ttll. renhis hii.1
iiealthv pvarii'ttiona s.,
I he rapidity with
which the person take
CL'RE FEVER and Agu
n nVth while miller the
ntluenceof these pill,
imicaie ineir auaptu
tilltv lo nourlali IIim I, .i.l.
l THE BILIOUS COLD.
Iv. hence their efficacy in
urtug nervous debility,
.vatine of the muscle
diiggishneas of the liver,
Cure KIDNEY Complaint
nipiirtiug health and
-tlclKrth Ci tlu, aedt..i,t
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PRICE gfi CENTS.
:1 Murray Street,
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.Manufactured nnlv under the above Tnfde Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranti'd. Permanent cure
guaran'ced Now exclualvely naed by all celebra
ted Physician of Europe und'Atnerlca, becoming a
Staple, llarmlea and Reliable Remedy on both
continent. The highest Medical Academy of
Pari report tft cure out of lt case within three
diy. Secret The only tllssolver of Hie poisonous
I ric Acid which exist lu the Blood of Rheumatic
id Gouty Patient. SI a box: 11 boxes for .v
mo any ainires on receiiit or price. Indorsed
nysicinus. doiu ny an iruggit. Adilres
WASI1BL HN & CO.,
Only Importer' Depot -Jig Broadway, N, Y.
Saleby BARCLAY BROS., and Druggists
J. T. WARREN CO.
Ot & (;0W. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic dtUd and runncd Fruit aud
Vegetable. Canned, dried and all Flh. Pick
les, Sanctis, Oil and CmidlmcLt. Soup
stu ll', Baiting Powders, ground and
whole Sjilcc. Toilet aud Laundry
Soap, Seed, itellle. Preserves
Fancy lirocerle and l-ro-)'om'
Stock unparalleled in the West.
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Chicago, May (J, 10:03 m.
Wheat-May, It 17Ja'; jUIWi i
Pork-June, 10 02; July, $10 ir,Vr.
O.'its-Juuc, o0,3a'; July, 2'.
Corn May, 07, ; June, :jfj'.
NEW YORK OKAr.V.
New York, May 0, 11:05 p. sr.
Wheat-irregular No. 2 Red Winter,
1 30.1 ai; Red Winter, fl 22vjl 31;
No. 2 Chicago, ft 3501 27; No. 2 Milwau
krelft 25 fl 27. Corn - quiet-No. I'i,
Liverpool, May C. 10
VI i eat unr fi y nged Win re r,
10i ft,; Spring, Os 10s ; California
average, 0s10s 2il; California Club,
9s 10.110s 41. Corn-4s8i;.l.
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THE OHIO DEMOCRACY.
Cincinnati, May 5. The fight in the
Ohio Democratic convention to morrow
will be as to what form the resolutions
shall take as to Thurman, and the prospect
is that it will he a noisy anil bitter one.
John O. Thompson, who is engineering the
Thurman movement, will undoubtedly at
tempt first to have the unit rule adopted so
that Ohio's vote at Cincinnati will be cast
as a whole each time, and second to obtain
positive and well defined instructions for
Thurmsn. The Thurman men concede
that if this is done there is little use of
their candidate going into the convention,
and a majority of them say privately that
the matter is after all largely compli
mentary and that Thurnian's chances are
exceedingly slim. Almost every Democrat
declares himself a Thurman man but
scran h him and he proves a strong Tildeu
or Jewett man. Nobody seems willing to
say anything against Thurman, but nobody
apparently h'w a disposition to stick to him
beyond the second ballot. The Jewett ele
ment appears to have the most money, but
Payne's private fortune is known to be ten
times us great as that ot the Zanesville can
didate, so that tne money consideration
will be in the hitter's favor. Tilden is un
questionably the strongest candidate, but
ho is not put forward to flu; frout. His
friends haw no organization iu the state
other than that the Bishop men have been
directing in the interest of Tildeu and
Rishop. As the convention is only for
choice of delegates to Cincinnati, the usual
crowd in pursuit of state ofiiees is absent.
THE MONROE DOCTRINM.
Washington, May 5. The committee on
naval affairs this morning instructed Repre
sentative Goode, ot Virginia, to report back
to the house, with favorable recommend
ation, the joint resolution reciting that the
maintenance of lull communication by laud
and sea between the Atlantic and Pacific
territories of the union is a material ele
ment of national integrity and sovereignty,
that iu the midst of the violent revolutions
and wars which continually agitate the
states through which this communication,
iu the evont of the construction of an inter-
oceanic ship canal, must be maintained, au
thorities ot those states have shown them
selves unable to afford due protection to
toreign interests; that it is the purpose aud
policy ot the United States to exercise a
single protectorate over any such canal, and
authorizing the secretary of the navy to take
such steps as may be necessary to secure
adequate coaling stations and harbors for
the use of the naval forces of the United
States at proper poiuts on the Atlantic
and Pacific coasts, of Central America and
of the American isthmus.
LAKE F.UIK AND LAKE MICHIOAN CANAL.
At a meeting of the house committee on
railways and canals to-day Representative
Wise made a favorable report upon the bill
providing for an appropriation of 15,000
to defray the expense of surveying a route
for a canal to connect the waters of Lake
Erie aud Lake Michigan, utilizing the old
Wabash and Erie canal upon a portion of
the route. The committee agreed tu re
port and instructed Representative Wise to
request the passage of the bill by the
MARRIAGE OP MISS SHERMAN.
The marriage of Miss Eleanor Mary
Sherman, daughter of Gen. W. T. Sherman,
to Lieutenant Alex. Montgomery Thackara
of the United States navy, was solemnized
this evening at Oen. Shermau's residence.
The president nominated John W. Pee
bles, ot Marion.supervisor of census for the
Eighth district of Illinois, and George S.
loiighton, of Tabor, for the Third district
RANDOLPH COl'NTY ILL, DEMOCRATIC CON-
Chester, May. 5. Tlio Democratic
county convention met at tho old court
liouse, Ivaskaskia, yesterday at noon. Every
precinct iu the county was represented
by a full delegation, 107 iu all. After or
NEW SERIES NO. 271.
ganization the following county ticket was
nominated almost unanimously: Circuit
clerk, II. F. Kenker; sheriff, J. L. Taggirt;
attorney, A. N. Spraguc; commissioner,
Wm. Guebcrt; coroner, D. 8. Lybarger
They are .all representative men of tho
county, and the ticket is considered a ?ery
Delegates were selected to the state, con
gressional and senatorial conventions The
delegates to the first were instructed to roto
for J. Perry Johnson for attorney-general.
The .congressional delegation is instructed
for Wm. Hartzcll, and the senatorial for h
T. Mc Bride.
A resolution was passed favoring Water
loo as the place and May 27 as the time for
holding the senatorial convention.
A Down-Town Mercbant. Hiving
passed several sleepless nights, disturbed by
the agonies and cries of a suffering chibJr
and becoming convinced that Mrs. WLusv
low's Soolhing Syrup was just the article
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uiiKcu, juutuii-u a supply lor tne CllllU. Uu
reaching home and acquainting his wife
with what lie had done, she refused to have
it administered to the child, as she w3
strongly in favwr of Homoeopathy.
That night the child passed in
suffering,' and the parents without
sleep. Returning home the day fol
lowing, the father found the baby still
worse; and while contemplating another
sleepless night, the mother stepped from
the room to attend to some domestic dutiia,
and left the father witli the child. During
her absence he administered a portion ot 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 at first offended at
the deception practiced upon her, has con
tinued to uso the Syrup, and suffering cry
ing babies and restless nights have disap
pered. A single trial ot the Syrup never
yet failed to relieve the baby, and overcomo
the prejudices of the mother. Sold by all
druggists. T enty-five cents a bottle.
"Few ok trk Ills of Like'" are more)
prevalent and distressing than bilious dis,
orders. The symptoms are low spirits
want of energy, restlessness headache, ni
appetite, sallow skin, costiveness and other
ailments which show the liver is in tho
proper way to do it is to use "Dr. Swiu-noV
Tar mid Sarasparilla Pills." Their effect
on the liver and blood is wonderful, re
moving pimples and all eruptions, leaving
the complexion fair and fresh as in youth.
Price 33 cents a box of thirty Pills, or five
boxes fer 11.00. Sent by mail on receipt
of price, by Dr. Swayne '& Son, 330 North
Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold by alt
Brown's Household Panacea is the
most effective pam 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, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures nain in the side, back or ImwMu
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, aud all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Urown's Household Panacea" should bo
m every family. A teaspoouful of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will breatc
up a cold. 23 cts. a buttle.
Mine Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
eil by worms. Browu's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destrovinir worms, can do no nnaniMn in
jury to the most delicate child. This val-
uaolu combination has been successfully
used by physicians, aud found to bo abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful ,
to children. Twenty-five cents a box.
Wuv Wear Plasters I They may re
lieve, but they can't cure that lame back,
lor the kidnevs are the trouble? and wm
want a remedy to act directly on their secre
tions, to purify and restore their healthy
condition. Kidney-Wort has that spocific
action and at the same time it regulates
tho bowels perfectly. Don't wait to get
sick, but a package to-day. and cure'
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Asthma. The tortures and agonies X
endured for six years, none but those whi"
have suffered with this terrible disease can
know. My life was miserable. In desper
ation I tried Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammo
nia. It gave me instant relief. Used it
internally as well as externally. Thomai
Itramgan. 127 West 27th street, N. Y.
Giles' Pills cures Gout.
From observation, under tho microscope,
of the Rlood 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, and tho substitu
tion of vitalized discs, so necessary to the
construction of healthy muscle.
Malxria Destroyed. G. A. J.Gadboib,
of Brockville, Canada, certifies that ho wss
prostrated by a malarial disease contracted
in Texas, and was quickly and completely
cured by tho use of Winter's Safe Pills and
Safe Bitters. Ho adds: "I shall nevm
travel iu that climate without your Safo
Pills and Bitters as a part of my outfit."
Talking about tho liver, wo presume
that ill temper is more often caused by a
disordered livor than anything else. Ta
insure a cheerful disposition take ScovlllV
Blood and Liver Syrup, which will rcmotra
tho prime cause, and restore tho mind to its
Oi n drug stores are now supplied wltk
"Mai! Bitters." tho tlPW fimil nimlirttMt
which lias doni so much good and cotnesj
a 11 i i.
to us so nigmy rccoinmontWtl. Try It. ic
may save you Uiavy doctors' bills.