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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
, MEDICAL. MEDICAL.
of the leading buHlucK hound w&une a lvortlne
nifuts may he found In Tub Buli.ktin .
CO. I'atlcr 4 Co., t'omincrcUI tvvnue ami Nino
( D. WilllamMou A Co
TiKiim A Hrodi-rlck, W'acli. Ave, cor. Eighth.
Ucniilt t O'l.onxhliD, Poplar, cur Twoutietb.
Dr. J. II Man au; office, Ik) Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. (V Jorelyn, Eolith near Commrrriai .
Dr. K W. Wuitluck, l:tfi Commercial avenuu.
Itolit. Smyth, No. 01 Ohio levee.
II. II. Car.il!!', No.TUUblo levee (up amino.
Euuilalile Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and
Widow and Orphan Mutual Atd .Society, Seventh
and Commercial avenue.
DlUvWISTS-WHoLESALB AND RETAIL,
tieo. E. O'Hura, ElK'iteemh and Commercial.
Aicxnudcr Countv Hiuk, v)i and Comai'-relal
Itv National, Ohio levee.
Cuauiijii. Thre Sutet.
John Sprout, corner Twelfth and Levee.
Ii BACKET SIOKS.
E C Ford, Corur Ninth and Commercial.
' ENEKAL DELIVER! open , :W a. m.; cloisei
V.T ti:Hu p.m.; Sunday: s to 9 a. m.
ilney Order Dtpurtmect open at 8 a. m ; clones
at ?i i u.
Tliruuirn Erpren" Mi.lli via H'.inolK Central and
V ."ni-npi Ci-btral lUllroml dewe at U.'H p. m.
( aim i.td Popiar liiull" Through and Way .Mall
c'i- !!:.) u. m
Wav .Mall via Lliiiol Central. Cairo and In-c-iiii,'
and Slijif.pll Central Railroads dute at
Way 5Ia:l fo: Narrow Gauge Kallrovl clones at s
ta;roai,d Evim-vU!..' Rlvu Route cl'f at :)
V m. isUy (except Friday).
Mayor-N. H Thii-tlewood.
Trenfer Edward Dczupil.
llerk IVuiii" J. Ko'.i v.
Coiinn-lor- Wm B. Oiitic-t.
larhal .If I.alluc.
Attorney NS'lllum lien Irli W.'.
b'iaiiu nr At iiEimeN.
Kirt Wcrd -M .1. Ilowley
Second Ward Dawd T. t.in.-?r, C. K. Wood-
TMr4 WV.I--W. f. WrisM. KtfVft Smith.
1'onrlti Wril-Cti:ir!" O. IV'.-r. Jr:ie Kyi.aMon
KiftL Wfc:a-T. W. Hallidiy. Ertu-t li. Pvttlt.
f Ircutt J'J.'.i:c D. .J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A R-uw.
Countv J:id.' H. f. Vih -im.
Coii'i'v Clerk -S. J llitum
County A'toni.y-W c. M ilk'-v
Co'iii'v Tr air r-M:., W. ParKi r.
Coroner-h . Fitz.'era.t. ,
County Coi:.!nir-:itifr T. . lla'.i'.oay, J A.
V. (iilibf. Sau.utl Brlley.
VFHIi'AN M. E Kiiurteenth lr.-.-t. between
Wamutatid Cedar street ; nTvicci' sahliatn U
a. ni. and 7 4" p. in : Sunday school 1 : p. m.
CilIKISTIAN'-EiL'hte.'nth etreet: meeti'n Sab
j btulu:'i p. ui.; preaching occarlonaiij.
1UCKCH Or" THE l'KDE EM KB. (Episcopal)
J Kourt-etith Hreet ; Sunday MonilUiJ prayi ra
l U a. m.. eveultii; pruyerc. 7:) p. m.: Sunday
n hooltf .' a m. Friday vuuln irer p. tu.
VIBST MISSIONARY BMTIsT CIirKCII -Jr
I'reaihiLir at M: m a. in., t p. m.. and T: p. m.
Sabbath school at T::W - t"- Bev. T. o. Shore.
jCTHEBKN-Thirtc.nlh itreet: .-rvke Sati.
j bath a m.; Sunday tchool 2 V ,u- Bev.
METHODIST -Cnr. Eltfhth and Walnut trect;
l'reactiinu' Sabbath !':' a. in. and 7 p.m.;
braver merlin.'. WedrjeHdiiv 7:'l p. m.; Sunday
School, !( a. ui. Ib r. Whittak .-r. pator.
1)KESBYTEHIAN -F.itrhth utreet: preachlise on
Sabba'h al a. m. and T:- (. m ; prayer
uieetlDK Widncfdav at T:3''p. m.: Sunday School
at :) p. ni. Bev. B. V. Oeor.'e. pantor.
SECOND KBEE-WILL BAITIST Kifteel.th
IO itreet. between Walnut and Cedar ttreett; cr
vice Sabbath at ;l and 7::t p. m.
iT. .I'lSEl'H'S (Homan Cathiliri Corner Croa
.. and Walnut tr'-ein; nervti-es Sabbath 10::a.
m. ; Sunday school ut 'J p. in. ; Veper i p. m. ; er
.vice ev ry'day nt s p. in.
ST. PATRICK'S- komitii Cathollci Cnruer Nlnih
street buiI Wnnhiiitton aveme: Tvtcvs Sab
bath S aud 10 a. ni ; Ve'per" :l p. ni.; Hnuday Si-l-.ool
i p. in. ; porvliva every da at S p. m. Bev. 1-'. Zubvl,
Obtained for uer hiveutloji. or for Improvement
ou old one; for medical or other coin pound, trade
marks aud label. Caveat. Alirnmeut. Inter
fereuce, Appeal. Suit for Infringement, and
all cae ariiuu under the 1'iitent Law, prompt
ly attended to Invention that have been
1) VJVi ,rr V n h' ,1,u Bateiit Otllce may mill,
li Ij) iAj A Ti I' u mot cae. be patented by
us Being oppolt the l'. S. Patent Department,
and engaged in Patent bnalneM exclulvely, we can
ninka cloer earche, and ecure Patent more
promptly, and with broader claim, than thoe w ho
are remote from Wahlui!ton.
I VVIVTHIJ "'"d u model or ketch ol
li V Tj1 1UJVO your device; we make ex
amination!' and advle a to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence utrtnly couttdentlal.
I'ricea low, and no chnrgti unle Pateut I ectird.
Wu refer In Wahlngtoii, to Uon. Potmater
(eeral D. M. Kev, Bev. K. D. Power The Oerman
American Natloiial Hank, to olHolal In the V. H.
Patent Oflko, and to Seuatora and Bepreeutatlve
In Crngrei; and cpeclally to onr client in every
Btatu In the Union aud in Canada. Addreu
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Patent Offlcs. Washington '!. C.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Iliffheut Casli Price TaU for Wbeat.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Runniii? Two Daily
Traim From Cairo, Mjikinj DI
RECT C0NNKCTIO.V with
TiU'.s t.EAVg Cum:
Arriving In St. Lou !!: a ni ; Chicign. p.m.;
Connecting at O.lln and Ertlugham for Ciueiu
natl, LouUvtile. Indianapolis and point Ea-t.
11:1." a.m. iit. Louin uml Witrii
Connecting at St. Loui for all point Wet.
p.m. l-'uist l-'xprtH.
For St. I.oui ami Clika.'!). arrlviug at St. Lot:!
10:t:, p.m., and Chicago 7:.M a m.
.'J 'Ji i p in. 'ini'iniirtti J-x iro.
Arriving at Cfnelunatl 7:I'i a ru.;- Louiviile 7:i;
a ni.. Indianapo.H 1:0" a.m. I'aen.'er liv
tin train reach the above point 1 : J to 3i'$
ilol'BS in advance of any other route.
J'ast Time Kast:.
1J;KnP1I("I1' li,J,; go'S'To'-U'Ii to Ba't.
u' '-ii-,' 1 em points wituout any de'ay
caued by Snndav iuti-rveulbg. The Satnrdav af'er
noon train from Cairo arrive lu new York Moiilav
morning at lo::rt. Thirty :! tour lu aduticeiif
any other route,
ftKor through t!, ket aud furher Ii.f.irmatlon.
PplV ' Jllitioi Central KaCroad Ilepnt. Cairo.
TBAINS A K HIVE AT CAII'.O
hxpri-, ; ...,'M" in.
Acrointuijdit'iori, !M p m.
Mall 1 .10 a ui.
,IAs. .'DUN SON. J. II. .IONES.
(.-ii .jiitt..-r:-. Agent. T:ck-t Ag--U.
W p. JulINsON. ,-!:. Paf..-sg. -r Ag.-t.!
(JAIRO .ST. LOL'IS R. R.
IT. W. SMITHKHS, Itec-eivor.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOLTS.
l lirouL'h Espri- le.iv. " Ca:ro a m
Through Exprv arrtve E. r Lo"t:. . S-.'p m.
Through Ks; r-r" iu ( E Loti,;.,,. -.: i.m.
Through Erre arrive at Ca'.ro 5:lo p.m.
M1. rLy sln.ro arx iniuuilat: jnl-vive Cairo 1 : t.J' p.n:.
.V ;1 phyl,,iro Ace. arriv--:it Mtir;ih -)oro 7 :'i p.m.
VurptiVflMir i A'-c lea-.e Murpi.y'iorj 5: ' am.
IurpLvboro Acc. arrive a! C:ro 1! ;ha.
Til Cairo St I.o-ii !'..-iil P.o'i-1 ; the or.'.y al;
Kail Koute !'etwe, n Cairo a-.i-l St. L'l'.ir 'i!:d r one
ni'iaigmeLt. therefore tn,-re ar- no delai' a;
way tt;un awaiting corn.'ct:ot from o'lu-rlif.
Cio.,. and -r,- conn, ir:.ii. at t . Lot;: with otu-r
line for North. Eat and Wel
I. A. NACi.I.E.
QIIIO & MISISSIITl R'v.
TIMi: T.U1I.K OK l'A-JSEXUKi: TK.tlN
S IM ENNKS t N .. oO, l?7l.)
No. ll iy KTpr- ,E.vpt sun Jayi ... 1:
: !1 p.
r.pr,- ir.si-ept uU'l:iy
" I Nlgiit Expre ,H:i'y)'
No, r Expr,' i Except Miuday i . ...
" 1 Ii iv Evpri-- i Ev.-iit ':..! i i.
" :! N,g!it Lipre iDali'v)
J. H. Ci.Mii;.
. .. Conk. J:i .
Ticket Ag't C:
gT LOUIS, I. M. it S. R'v.
C'ai I'D TiniH Table
Texa Expre : Daily p. m
. ontiect at l har. 'ton for Column:!.
Tex a Expre- f Pally i:T.a. 5
Ai'eommoiuihiu iniuyi :ip. ..
urticcauu ra-engi.'r u.-iiot .o. icuo i.evee.tm
J C. ZIMMEI!, A. -oil
1. Axrut.t.. livi:oti SuH. riiiteudeu;
QAIRO CIT FKRRV CO.
On and after Monday, Jane M, tho bo:tt u-ill maki
the follow iug trip;
I.KAVB LEAVS LKAVS
foot Fourth ft MIotirl Laud'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
h a. m. H: ;n a. m. h a. m.
Id a. m. 1 : !ii a m. It a. m.
i p. m. i.'b) p. in. :l t. m.
4 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m.
I p. m. 3: to p. m. 3 p. m
Haniiiurg Amerti'iia racket Company'
Weekly Line of Steamships
Leaving New York every Thurday a? 3 P. M.
FOR ENGLAND, FRANCE AND OE It .MANY.
Ticket to and from Europe at loweut rate. For
niiage apply to C. It. KU'IIAKD &. CO . Oeneral
Pacnger Agent, til Broadway, Now York, or to
11 WELLS.lalro, 111.
I 73 a
N H H
? O 9
IS YOL K BLOOD Pl'KE!
Now thl I an Important question, for without
ure and whoWMOimi hlood there can h no per
ect health, and without
iflamere burden nnd waste.. For Impure
ilood the beat medicine knowu U
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
It 1 the great Southern time tried and true rem-
uy, aim may oe implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take It in the Springtime, especially for Im--inre
accretion of thu l.t.l . ..,..!.... t,.
... ..,...,.4 IUI.IU,UI vf niai
e:nonof the year; and take It
AT ALL TIMES
'or C.ancr Scrnfnl Mvi CAmnUni. u'i,.
hie, lioil. Tumor, Swelling", and the thou-
'and hla that come from Impure blood.
rOIIX P. IIENRV, CURRAN & CO.
i COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
.') BARCLAY BROS., Wholesale Agent.
dtclne, not a drink,)
HOPS, nUCIIU. MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Pi:ret and Best Medical (Jualltlc of
ail other Hitter-.
All di.Me of the tom:a. Bo-el. Blood,
Liver. Ktdii'-y. mid I'tiinary Orj-ms, Nervous
nei. SleeplenneM and e;,ec'.4l!y Female Com
plaint. f'.'iIN (.OLD
Will be p.v 1 f.r a ci-eth-v will not cure or help
or lor a:iyth:iig impuie or injtinons found lu
A-!; nur Iirn-Tt I.,- It.,,. u;,,..pj q...i i .
taeui belure you leep. Tike no other.
Hoi-Covoii eras is the -,veetet, fafeat and
bet. Atk Children.
Ti-.e IHi-I'a: lor Stomach. Liver and Kidney
! -,''---nor t all whM. Ak UruggutW.
D. I. ('. U an a.?o'.;i!.; an I lrreit itile cure for
drunkenne-. u- of opium, tobacco and nar
cotic. Send for circular.
A 1 above oid bv drugji-.
Hop li:tt-.T MauufacturicgCo., Rochester, N. Y.
We ilean i'uiimI, ut Mtii'ly Iielievi'il
And Cat: Prov.- Wi-.at we Claim.
rTh.-.-e are no failure-" and no di-appoiut-
in.-nt- Ifyoti are troubled with MCK HEAD
ACHE j.i'i i-iu l,e ea-ily aud quickly cured, a
h':n.lr.-.l- hae be- n alrea ly. We hall be pleaded
to tnaii a .v.-el of te'tinioiuai- to uny in!i-r.-i.ti.d.
Carters Little Liver Pills
A'.o cure all form of Bi'.louue. prevent Cor.ti
pation and lypeaia. promote Digestion, relieve
d.-re from too hearty citing, correct Diorder
of the Stomach. Stimulate the l.iver. and Regulate
th" Bowel- Tli-'y do all thi- by ukinir Jtit one
little pill at a dot,.. They are pur'ly vegetable, do
not gripe or l":r.-e. am: are u- nearly perfect a
it I poib!e for a j ill to he. Price -!." celt. 5 for
f. o,a hv rtr:!g-.:t everewUere or ent by mull
CARTER MEDICINE CO . ERIE. PA.
Hiifhost llotlalat Vienna Philadelphia
E. A: IL T. ANTHONY & CO..
511 1 Hfoudwuy, New York.
Manufacturer. Importers and
Velvet Frames. ADhuih, Graplioscoiies.
Steieosco1' anil Viws. Eiisrrav
inars. Chi'omos. rhotozraiihs,
nd Kindred (loodj-Celebritie-, Actree, E'c.
Photographic Materials! !
We are Headquarter for Everything
ia the way of
Stereopt icons, )Iagic Lanterns
Each style being the bet of It clas
iu the market.
Leantif-.il Photographic Tranparencle8 of Statu
ary aud Kngraviug" for the window.
Convex gin, Manufacturer of Velvet Krame
for Miniature and Convex Ola Picture.
Catalogue of Lantern aud Slide, with direc
tion lor using, tent on receipt of ten cent. :J-mo-
BLACKSMITH AND WAHOXMAKER.
IlE BEST IN THE WORLD
CHURCH & ccrs.
'Arm and Hammer Brand."
Bi-Cirb Soda Saleratus
Which is the samefthins:.
ABSOLUTELY & CHEMICALLY PURE!
Impttro Bl Carb Soda or Saleraltitrwhlch I the
fame tiling) I of a ullglitly dirtv white color. It
tnav appear w bite, examined by Ittclf, but a COM
PARISON WITH ('111 IU H CO S "Arm aud
Hummer" Brand w 111 liow tliodlU'ereuce.
Sue Hint your Salaratu and Baking rtodal w hite
and PI KE, a chould bo alt eimliur tubstancut
tied for food
Hoimekuepera who prefer bread made w ith vat,
will Improve Its (iiullty.iiuike It rle better and pre
vent It from touring, by adding oiie-hnlf teapon
fill of Church & Co.'a Soda or Suleratu. Be ure
and not ue too mueli milk, The uae of till In prof
arenco to baUlug powder, tavoa twenty timet it
See one ponnd lackago for valuable Information
and reud carefully.
snow this .to your grocer.
MORNING, 3LYY 12, 1880.
ARE CURED I
No organ of thought or action can be employed
without the ulHtaucu of the blood, aud no organ
can 1) employed aafely or w ith Impunity without a
anpplv of healthy blood. With healthy blood the
exercfyd orgam bocome well developed, w hether
they be muacnlur or Intellectual. Bvtheuoi
FELLOWS' COMPOUND SYRUP OF nVPO
PHOSPHITES the blood It tpeedily vitalized and
purified, and to made capable of producing a tound
mind and a ound body.
"Peraou tufferlng from Impure blood, or whoce
health it giving way, either aa miulctera or those
who study closely, will Hud lu tba Syrup tho mate
to build them up, and the tonic to keep them
there." DR. CLAY.
PiTTFiET.ri4 Mr.. March.
Mil. JaMns I. Kiu.owa uear Sir: During the
past two yeart I have elven your Compound Syrup
ot Hypophospliitcg a fair though tomewhat tevere
trial lu my practice, and am able to speak with con
fidence ol It etlecta. In restoring poron sutler
Itig fioui eniaciation.aud tho deb'lity follow ing dip
theria. it ba done wonder. I constantly recom
mend It ue In all affections of the throat and
lungs. In teveral cases considered hopeless, it hat
given relief, and the patients are fast recovering;
among these are consumptive and old bronchial
subjects, whose diseases have resisted the other
modes of treatment. For Unpaired digestion, and
in fact for debility Irora any cause. I know of noth
III'.' equal to it. It direct effect In strengthening
thfiiervon system render it suitable for the ma
jority of diseases. ' I am. sir. your trulv.
WM. S. HOWE, M. I).
Note. It is only tho independent, well-posted,
aud unselilsh physicians who cau afford to prescribe
this remedy. Experience ha proved thl. The
highest cla-pt medical men iu every large city where
it is known, recommend It.
SYMPTOMS OF A
I.os of appetite. nm-i. bowels rntivi. tnin in
tu.- ih-ho uitii ii mill -.-i.-a! i. n :n u.c imr k pan.
P'.in iind.-r in- fiiii. ir.l.T-inail,., tmiiie.. Hii.-r -i-
mind, irrilnin ilv ,, t ii i )" r. ivw pini. io-s nf
d;:u . n'.-i.-iii,-". miiiei . iiii;i,-i ii,i- m i in- i,..ri.
d't" i...ir,- i !i.- ,'ve . i eiliu, slii. kte iiinrti,., r-i-T-
Uii - n: ii i:.it. iiuim o on-tl uriin-
MM u tm m mmm mm mm mm wm mmmm mmrnm wem
It ttic-ow:ifiilii'. are uiiIh'piIimI. serlonsMiseases
w ill soon be ilevelniied.
TL'TT'S PILL' are especially ainpted to such
cai-es. one d,i-ee!',-et such a change of feeling at
to :i-toui?U the tuflerer.
A NuteJ Divine S.ivs:
lr Tutt : Dear Sir: For ten yeart I have been a
martyr to dvsiepia. constipation aud piles.
Last spring your pill were recommended: I used
them. I am now a well man. have a good appe
tite, digestion perfect, regular stools, pib-s uoue,
and have gained forty pounds of llish. They are
worth their wel'!it in gold,
HE V. R. L SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky.
They increase the-appetite, and cause the body
to take on ilet!i. thus the v(stem Is nourished, aud
by their tonic action ou the digestive organs, regu
lar stoois are produced. Price gj cuts. 33 Mur-r-iy
Street. N, Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE
(r.-iv hair or whisker chauge'd to a jlosy black
by a single application of this dye. It imparts a
natural color, acts Instantaneously. Sold bv drug
gists, or sent by express ou receipt of 1.
Oilifp, U5 Murray Street, New York.
ACUTE UK CHRONIC
a i t n a. i v r IA
under the above Trade
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZKi.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted Physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple, Jiarmlei and Kellahie Kctuedy ou lioth
continent. The highest Medical Academy of
Pans reports .tt cures out of lin) case within three
days. Secret -The only dlssolver of the poisonous
Uric Acid which exists In the Blood of Rheumatic
and liotity Putientt. $1 a box: K boxes Tor f.V
Sent to any address ou receipt of price . Indorsed
bv Phyiclans. Sold bv all Druggists. Addrest
WASHBURN & CO.,.
Only Importers' Depot 81 1! Broadway, N, Y.
For Sale by BARCLAY BROS., and Drugglstt
J; T. WAKKEX & CO.
OU- G6 W. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic dried and enuued Frultt and
Vegetables. Canned, dried and suit Flth. Pick
lot, Sauce, Oils nnd Colidltneutt. Soup
ttiitl's, Baking Powders, ground and
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, Seed, Jelllet, Proservct
Fancy Oroccrlct and (iro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS" MANUEL.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, May 11, 10:20 a m.
Wheat-May, 11 12; Junc,$ l 12J4'.
Pork Judo, $10 17J; July, $10 27)
Out3 June, 29.
Corn May, 30 ; June, SOJj.
Liverpool, May 11, 10:19
Wheat steady Winter,
10u 6d; iSpring, 93 10s ;
average, 0s10s 2d; California Club,
9s 10d10s 4d. Corn ii 102'd.
NEW YORK OHAIN.
New York, May 11, 11:15 p. m.
Wlicat quiet No. 2 Red Winter,
132j Red Winter, $125032;
No. 2 Chicago, $1 220 1 24; No. 2 Amber,
f 1 24$t 23. Corn quiet-No. 2, 50J
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Washington, May 10. Secretary Sher
man left this morning for New York, to be
abscut several days.
Representative Springer testified before
the Dounelly-Finley investigating com
mittee to-day that, upon conferring with
members of his family, he was satisfied
that the conference of the Democratic
members of the election committee took
l'lace at his house March 4, as stated by
Manning and Donnelly, and not some days
later, as he (Springer) had previously testi
tied. lie desired to correct his testimony
in that particular.
W AR CLAIMS.
The house committee on war claims
agreed to report favorably the claim of
Thomas Worthington of Ohio for $2,127
for furnishing water ut Camp Denison; also
the bill to award fj.200 to Benjamin Gratz,
of Lexington, Ky for property destroyed
by fire while being occupied by United
States troops during the late war.
CONFIRMED AND REJECTED.
The senate confirmed Edward S. Johnson
United States district attorney for Colorado;
postmasters : James McGhee, Cawker City,
kas.; Littleton S. Cruni, Oswego, Kas.
The senate rejected the nomination of
Geo. S. Houghton to be census manager of
the Third district of Iowa.
I he president nounaated Benj. 31. Skin
ner postmaster at Pomeroy, O., and Geo. M
Miller postmaster at Appleton, Wis.
The new hall ot the Washingtoi Schut
zenverein was dedicated to-day in presence
ol a distinguished company, nmong whom
were several cabinet ministers and a num.
ber of members of congress.
Speeches were made by Secretaries
Schurz and Ramsey, Gen. Sherman, Baron
Kurd von Scholasser, German minister.
uuu simon on, presmenr ot tne associa
tion. At ni'rht a banuuet was served at
which the above named guests and many
other members of congress were present.
President Hayes did not attend owing to
the recenc death of Mrs. Hayes' brother
THE QCESTI0N OF ADJOURNMENT.
The committee on wavs and.means will
probably take up to morrow the joint reso
lution providing for adjournment on the
24th of May.
mr. randaix's visit toi. tildkn.
Washington, May 10. Speaker Randall
has returned from his alleged conference
with Mr. Tildeu in New York, and says he
tound the latter in excellent health, but
heard nothing of the letter of withdrawal
he is reported to havo written to be read at
Cincinnati declining the nomination. He
gives it as his opinion that Mr. Tilden is a
candidate for the Democratic nomination,
and that lie has uot only not written any
such letter, but that he will not.
TOWN IN ILLINOIS UUnNED.v
Clinton, May 10. News has just reach
ed this city of tho total destruction of a
small town named Guthrie ou the Spring
field division ot the Illinois Central road,
about forty miles east of this city, by light
ning last night, There were some four
houses and the railway depot iu the placo
and the lightning set the depot on tire and
communicated it to the dwellings. Before
help could be rendered tho town was re
duced to ashes. Losses about $.j,000 as es
timated. Nothing saved.
THE ADJOURNMENT QUESTION.
Washington, May 10. Representative
Fryo will report from ways and means to
morrow a resolution for adjournment May
This, however, does not make an early
adjournment any moro probably.
M. Delauny, in a communication to tho
Lociete do Biologic, makes public some
curious facts which ht has discovered in
his researches in reference to tho memory
iu different races and classes of people. As
a rule, the faculty does uot appear to be
most Highly developed among tho renned
NEW SERIESNO. 27.5.
and cultivated. Savage and semi-civilized
racc3 have better memories than the people
of Christian nations. Primitive
races, unacquainted with the art
of writing, remembered better than
their more educated descendants do. The
reason is so tar obvious. Having no writ
ten records to depend upon, they cultivated
and strengthened their memories by tho
necessities of their situation, It is also
easy to understand why children have bet
ter memories than o.lulta have, and why
aged people have a better collection of the
events of their youth than they have f.
more nearly contemporaneous evcats. But
why is it that wouieu have better memories
than men? That feeble persons and
those of a lymphatic tempera
ment have better memories than the
strong? That Parisian students are inferior
in this reepect to those who come from tho
provinces? Another curious fact is that
the memory remains uninjured in diseases
affecting the left side of the brain, but suf
fers when the right is attacked. The same
authority asserts that we remember better
in the morning than in the evening, in the
summer than in the winter, in warm than
in coll climates. To sum up. memory is '
diminished by over-feeding, physical exer
cise and cducatiou.
Tae Florence N iohtinoale of Tas
Nurserv. The following is an extract
from a letter written to the German Reform
Messenger, at Chambersbmg, Penn.:
Just open the door for her, and Mrs.
Winslow will prove tho American Florence
Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this we
are so sure, that we will teach our "Susy"
to say, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for
helping her to survive and escape the grip
ing, colickiug, and teething siege. Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from pain, and cures dysentery and
diarrhoea. It softens tho gums, reduces in
flammation, cures wind colic, and carries
the infant safely through the teething pe
riod. It performs precisely what it pro
fesses to perform, every part of it uotliiug
less. We have never seen Mrs. Winslow
know her only through the preparation of
her "Soothing Syrup for Teething." If we
had the power we would make her, as she
is, a physical saviour to the infant race.
Sold by all druggists. Twenty-five cents a
"An Old Physician's Advice." Coughs
colds, asthma and other pulmonary affec
tions should be looked to and promptly
treated ia time and thus all serious results
may be avoided, and for this purpose we
know of no better remedy than "Dr.
Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry." The first dose gives relief, and it is
sure to cure the worst cold or cough in a
very short time. Try a 2.3 cent bottle and
be convinced, and you will thus avoid a
doctor's bill, and most likely a serious spell
of sickness. Prico 23 cents'and $1 per lit
tle, or six bottles $"5. The large size is the
most economical. Prepared by Dr. Swaync
& Son liliO North Sixth street, Philadel
phia. Sold by all prominent druggists.
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 chrouic 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 ImwcIh,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of paiu,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should bo
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 2 cts. a buttle.
Mum Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Browu's Vermifuge Comfita,
or Worm Lozenges. althou effectual in
lestroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, aud found to be abso
lutely sure iu eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five cents a box.
For AnuE, Anemia, Intermittent Fe
ver, Consumption, General Debility,
Etc., Etc Ravenna, Mercer county, Mis
souri, May, 18.9. The Fellows Medical
Manufacturing Co. Gents. We have used
your Fellows Compound Syrup of Hypo
phosphites with gratifying' results iu our
practice, and cheerfully recommend it to
physicians, and others, as a reliable, and
agreeable preparation iu ague, intermittent
fever, first and second stages ot pulmonaiy
consumption or anemia or general debility.
te wouio recoinmeuii it as tiie oest tlitucr
we know of. Signed.
J. E. Callaway, M. D.,
Jons L. G ripley, M. 1).
New Youk. June 17, 1877,311 East74th
Street. Messrs. Morgan & Alleu, 59 John
street, New York City: Gentlemen I
thank you from all my heart for the benefit
I have received from your medicine, the
"Constitution Water." It has entirely cur
ed me of my disease of long-standing in
formation and catarrh of the bladder. Very
truly yours. Rev, I. P. Feiol.
Ask your druggist for it.
Listen to this. Tho unbiased opinion
tf some of the most intelligent, medical
nieu m mm country ana Europe, supporr
tho stateuieut that Kidney-Wott is tho
greatest discovery yet, for curing Kidney
ana liver troubles, piles and constipation.
t acts on both Kidneys and Bowels at the
same time and thus cleanses the whole
A HOUSEHOLD NEED. A book OU tllO
iver, its diseases and their treatment sent
free. Including treatises upon liver com
plaints, torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness.
headache, constipation, dyspepsia, malaria,
etc. Address Dr. Snnford, 103 Broadway.
New York City, N. Y.
TnE Voltaic Belt Co.. Mahuhau.
Mick. Will send their colobrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to tho afflicted upon 30 days
trial. Speedy cures puarautecd. They
moan what they say. Write to thorn with
out delay. . ;.,