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Of li.e leading busliies boiic whose idvertUe-rn-.r:
i innv be found in Tin Ri'u.ktin
I". O. PailerJt Co., Commercial avKniitt mid Nine-t-'
I. 1). Williamson Co.
Yocnui Hrod.-rlck, Wash. Ave., cor. Eighth.
T, J. 0 l.nugtiilu, Poplar, cor Twcuticth.
Dr. .1. II Mari-an ; office, lVi Commercial avenue.
lr. W C. Jocelyii, Eighth near Commercial
Dr E W Wbi'tlock, lKi Commercial avenue.
Pout myih. No. 00 OMo levee.
II. II Candee, No. TOOblo levee (up slairsi
E.iuiuble Life, of New York, comer Twelltb ami
Widow and Orphan Mutual Aid Society. Seventh
atid Oiruincrjial avi-riiio.
DP.VUOISTS- WHOLESALE AND ItKTAIL.
Ceo E O'lla-a. Eighteenth and Commercial.
Ax,der County Hank, fttli ami Commercial
iiy National, Ohio levee.
Cfcaui;iin Tlitcc Ma'..-.
Jij'.L pfo:li. CONi'T Twelfth lld Levee.
lilt V'KET STOKE.
I: ( l ord. Corn-r Ninth and Commercial.
F.NE!tL DELIVER open . :;) a in.; close
Kl ij iw i tn ; Sunday: S to S a. in
M.iuey Order Department open a; 8a. ni.; dose
r'li'o ifi Express Mail via Illinois Central and
y ..:.ij',pi Ce.'.r.l Railroads i lose at l:!::.) p in.
i i.ro and i'opisr Bluff Throdgh and Way .Mall
i up. ;ii Vi it. m.
Way Mull via li',ino Centra!. Cairo ir.d Vln
(i.r. : and M:".p"il'pi Central Railroad" close at
s r. p tn
Mai! for Narrow li.iig" Railroad close, ut a
lB:rr exri Eviitisvlllc R.vcr Route close at ii:'
; -ivi) t'.ept Fridavi.
Myi.r -N-B Tbit!ewood.
Treiaasirir - Edward Dezouia
;rk. -D' ttn" J. Foley.
I'oUB.elur Wni B Oilbert.
Marfbal-J . C l.all'le.
Af.oruey -William H-ttdrlrk.
BOAHO nr AMif.KMt''
Firt Ward -M .1. Ilow r
-coad Ward -David T. Liii'-ar C. K. Wood-
"Third Ward - W P Wri.'ht. Eh-crt Smith
l o ir'!! Ward -cbar'- Patn-r. Jamea Kynaaton
F.!sh Wa-d T W. Ilallidiy. Erm rt 1! IVttlt
County OUirt r.
i r Jit .Jt: !- D. .1. linker.
:rcuit r!tn - J A K. m
t.'nan'y ! idje - It v Yi ir
County 1- :-. . Htitiini
i otin'y Attnrii' - W. t Mulk'-'
ouutv Tr-a-'ir' r Mil-- W. I'arK- r
Sner.tf-John I lul
i oroter-U. 1 !... -a.i:
(.ojiit) Con.inl'"''l:'TP-i . ila.iiciv. .1 A
M i.ititia. ani'iel Dnicv
fill Kl 1IF.
VFKI' VN M K. - Fourteenth street, between
W!tr:t and r.-dar street.: ...-pice sabbath II
. m ud7::"p m : Sunday school 1 :' p. m
C'HKISTIAN-Flghteenth street: meeting Sab
. tun l'l. pi p. m ; preiKhing occasionally.
MUT.CII OF THE REDEEM EKEiicopal)
y Fourteenth street; Sun. lav Morning prayer
10 a in ; evening prayers. 7 :H p u.: Sumlay
srhou'. KJ a. m Fiiday evening prayer 7:1 p lu
l'IHT MISSIONARY IIAPTIST CHCHCH -JT
Pr aching nt u:-m a. m . :t p tn , and 7::i p. m
sabb.th i.h.d at 7:i p m R-'V. T. J shores,
ITI1EHAN -Thirteenth mrc. i; n-rvi- Sab
J ..bath 1 Ki a m.; Sunday houl ; p n.. Rev.
METHODIST -Cor. Kigh'l- and Walnut street. ;
l're-"bliig Sabbath MM11 a m. and 7 p.m.;
prav.-r meeting. Wednesday 7;:ti p. in.; Sunday
S. h'o.il, Ma ni R.-t. Whltta;.er. pa-tnr.
1KESBYTEHI AN -Eighth street: preaching nn
sabbath at ll:'' a in. and T::tp. m : prayer
meeting W c.liic.l iv at ::! p. in. : Sunday School
tit :; p ni. Rev. H. Y. Oeor:-. patur.
(ECOND FREE-WILL HAPTIsT - Kifte.-rtli
k7 s'.reet. between Walnut and Cedar street., ser
vices Sabbath at :'. and '. ::i p tn
i T .lOsFPH'S -i Human Cn'bolici Corner Cro.
and Walnut stre.-t.; service. Sn'iiiath lii:.Hia.
m. ; S'inday s. hool nt t p. in.; Vesper '1 p. tu ; -er
tn cv'.-ry 'day at i p. In.
ST. PATRICK S-,l:,inian Catho'ici Corner Niuih
. str-ct and Wn-liiligtou avenue; services Sab
oiith nn. I ni .i in. : Ves'icrs l ti. in. : Snndnv Si iiool
ip m. ; S'Tvire. every day at s i. m. Rev. F. Zabol, i
PROFESSIONAL CARDS -PHYSICIAN'S.
T H. MAREAN, M. D..
Hoineoputliic Physician ami Surgeon.
I'fllcn 111) lii. .iineniiil avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth si . and W iishiugtoii avenue, Cairo.
JJR. E. W. WIUTLOCK.
liricB No. 1HK 1 ommercial Avenue, beiween
Eighth and Ninth Street.
JJR. W. V. JOCELYN.
1) K NT 1ST.
OFFjr E-Klghth Street, near Co mm err I a! Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE :--Wltb the Widow' and Oorpnitn' Mil
nal Aid Society.
a o a
. J k.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. It.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlii' Only Line Kiinnimr Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Making DI
RECT CONNECTION with
Tn.viNH I.Kptk Caiko:
.'';OOa in. Mail.
Arriving in St. Lotil M:. a m .: Chicago. S:S0 p.m. ;
Connecting at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indlaiiapoh and point East.
11:1." a.m. Wt. I,ouin ami WcHtcrn
Connecting at St, Louis for all points Went.
M::jO p.m. Fast J '.xprt'SM
For St. I.oiiIh and ihiiago. arriving at St. Louis
'0:15 p in., mid Chicago a ui.
.'MJO p in. ( 'iiiHiimtti Mxpi-cKn,
Ar:ivit. t Cincinnati M." am.; I.oui-tille ;
a.m.; Jn,jaiiap..!i :mi a.m. Passengers hv
tin- train 'e.h tic. above point 1 j to :Ui
llol Its 'u uiv.iMc ill any other route.
Fust 'Hmo K: ist.
I'jKs.MHri'lv ,lV ""i (.'"tbroii.'li to l.;it.
1 cm piiint without any ili-lny
aii-ed bv Sumliiv Int. rveiili.j;. The Sate.rdar after
fioon train from ( aim arrive in new York .Vlomlav
inoiutii1.' ut loM'i Thirty iix r:iiiir!- iu aihitiui- ill
any niher rout''.
t f'Vcit thrn;ii;h tl;l;et still further itifnr;i)iitiiin.
'ippiva: llhiini- Central llallroud Oepol.i aim.
TKAINS AKHIVE AT CAlItO
Mpr--" :):. )i m.
Aii'iiii:inou:.!iui. :j:vi p ni.
Mail t in u m.
.IA.. .KillN-ON. ,( II JONES.
II "f.t i .-rti Afciit. Tick' I A.'-iit.
I'. .) oil N . t,t i, I'a n.-r A. nt
(JAIKO . ST. LOUS It. It.!
-i-ra-w-r - - - utf
JT. W. SMITH KItS. Umvivpr.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE I'.F.TWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 broach Eti-re leave. Cairo ':vi a ni
TliroUL'h Kxpre-" arrive. tt E. t I.oiii.. S-4'ip.nj. ,
Throush Espr- li-ne. E. t I.otii-..., !':iia.t:i,
ThrniiL'h E-;pre. arrive at Cairo Vicp.ai. i
Murph) idn in i acconiinodati. m leave. Cairo 1 :M p rr. '
.'I'i'pai laAi't arrive -at .Mur:ihV"tioru n.ni. I
M::rphi'o.-n Ace leavi- M urphy.'wrtf . ! 01.
Hit . 1 li'i'ite I.etwiM a ( Hiro and M . Licii" under imc .
mat:airemei.t. then-fore there ure no delav. at
I way n:it:on awiitini: connection, from other iine.
i';o-e and ire c.miiei uoti-at M Loui- with other
! Iliie.ior No,!h. Paul and We-l
I A NAI'tiLE.
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TIME TMWi: "I' rAS-RNiiElt Tit l.Ns l'I;ut i
MM KNNK- iN",'. .'!0, lT'.l.i !
y ,.-r,e , iii, ;
No. 4 Day Expre.. .Kv. pi ,',!:-, ...I;,, p.m.
' Kpr.s.iKwpi sinidav, i-::. p.m.!
" t Nlglit fcipre- i Dailv i VJ : a. in.
No .'i Ktpr.- ; Evcei.t Mindayi n:n. a. i
I D.iy Eviirc i Except S:ind.ii :''!, 1
" :l Ni-Jht Lxiires" ili.ilU i i a. in.
,J I'. CUHK c's(vk.Ii
Agetlt Villlelil.e. I i eU ' Ticket A g t Ci lie ! Iltl'l t i '
t". i.ouis, i. m. .v Hv"
'ai ri Tiinc Tahli-.
Teta Expre. .Dal'yj .'.f. p. in :
' oimeiisat t l.ar.cpton ..rt o,iimlui
T.-xii. Expre-s i Pally I : 0 a
.-ecouimil'itiun Ibiih' 7:'p'p. ..
Ollice and Pllsellger lb pot No .V, Ohio l.evee.tl.'l
C. I MM ER. Ageli
D. A sri:t i . liviio:i Stun riiiteiideni
We Menu Cured. Not Merely Relieved
And Can Piove What we Claim.
If'Thcrc me no failure, and no disappoint
ineiits If , von are troubled wllh SICIv HEAI)'
At HE you ciiii be eu-lly mid quickly cured, n
IlUtldieds have been already. We shall be pleased
to mail a sheet of te.tltiioiilais lo tiny lulerested.
Callers Little Liver Pills
Also cure all form of HIlliiiMies". prevent Con. II
pal Ion and Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, relieve
distress from too hearty eating, correct Disorder
of the Stomach, stimulate the Liver, mid Regulati
on1 llouels, They do nil this by taking Just one
llltlc pill at II done, They lire pur'ly vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, and are us nearly perfect u.
It is possible lorn pill to be, Price 'ifi cetts, fl for
41 Sold bv druggists evervwliere or sent by mall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. ERIE. PA.
At-4 W- N r TO "itm-t A YEAR, or J.I to
J I II r."dnyln vnur mvn locallly
-TN I -11 II I NH risk Women don well
fJ I fl J XJ n melt, Miiiiv make more
7T v v than the Hinoiint lnted
above. No one can fall to
miike money ful, Any one can do the work. You
can make from r.ie to Jg nn hour by devoting your
evening mid spare time to the hii-lncs. It cost
nolliliig to try the business. Nothing like It for
money making everolb led before . Ittisinc pleas
nt:t and sltlcllv lioiiorubli'. Reader. If you want to
know nil about the brat paying business before the
public, send ii" your uililres. and we will send roil
nill particular and private term fre ;aiiiple
worlhj.1 iilso free; you can then make up jnur
ml ml forvour.vilf. Addrn UKOllK HTINM'N
JtiCO. 1'ortl.tu.. Maiuc
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY
IS YOl'K IILOOO Pl'KE?
Nowthia In an Important qtieotlon, for without
i 'Ire and wboleanmu liluod llii-rc ran tin nn imp.
feet health, and without
life la a miTi! burden and wante. For Impure
hlood the beat medicine known la
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
It la the "real Southern time tried and true rem
dy, and may be implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHIXO ELSE FAILS.
Tako It in tbfl Spring time, eupceially for im
pure aerrctioii of the blood incident to that
eaonof the year; and take It .
AT ALL TIMES
'or Cancer Scrofula. Liver Complaint. Weak
neM I'mlla. Tnmor. Swelling, and the thou
aim in" inai come rrom luipuru blood.
fOIIX P. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.
IS COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
4) BARCLAY P.ROS., Wholenale Airent.
dicine. not a drink, i
HOPS. RUC'HU, MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And tlie I'i;re-t and B'-Ht Medical (u;tli'ie of
all other I!itt-r.".
All dieiiin-. of the Stomach. iSowhIh. Blood,
Liver. Kidn-ya. and I'niuary Ornna, NervoiiH
ni'.. SIh,.'!..,..!,-.-! and ecpi-clilly Female Com
phiiut. $!( IN (iOLD
Will be paid for a caneta-v will not cure or help
or fur aiiythum impure or injiirio;ii found in
Apfcyrmr DrnW.-t to: Hop Hitlers and try
them before you ideep. Tak-j uo otaer.
Hoi' Ciiloii Ci ug 1 the "WectcM. mi'i-'l and
bent. A-li Children.
T.;e Hoi' Paii lor Stomacli, Livi.-r and Kidnev
i- Mijitnor to all oth'.-ra A-k Dru,'ii-ts. '
D. I. ('. In an ab-olute and irr-nitable cure fur
drunkenne.-. up.; of opium, tobacco and nsr
cotic. Send for circular.
A'l above Kold bv dni.'ilp.
Hop Hitters Manufartiirinu Co.. liochener. N. Y.
THK IJEST IN THE WORLD
Arm :iud Hammer iiraiid.
r. . t t r. i
llicll i tile s;liiu tliincr
,-.ri. , , ,.,,,.,,,...,
A'.XILL Tl.L vV (HEMIC ALLY PURE!
Iinpe.re Hi i'arb Soda or Suleratu i wbirb i ihe
' .amethingi I ol a slightly ilirtv white color. It
I mav appear v bite, examined t.v itself, but a CUM -
r.itiMi. Mini nil kch ,v i o's "Mu and
Hammer" lirand will show thediff-renc.
See that your Sularatus and Dakinc Sodii i. vetilte
and ITRE. should be all snnilar siili.tume.
ued for loud.
Housekeeper, who prefer bread made with vea-t.
nt ll from souring. 'by adding one-hull teaspoon-
till ol ( nil r-h ,V t o. s Soda or suleratu. Jle sure
ulid Uot iwe too inueh milk. The li-e of tbi in pref-
-""'"te to baking powder, "av.-s twenty time- it
See one jioiind -larkage for al mble Im'ormatlou
" read carefully.
SHOW THIS TO YOUR ";! HER.
loi.r. ROCK AND RYK.
KW KW KW KW K-"' K-W K-W KW
K'M KW KU KAV 'iW Kw K w K-W
Kid no y . Wort
The Onlv Remedy
THAT ACTS AT Til E SAME TIM E ON
and THK KIDNEYS.
This combined artiou gives It wonderful power
to cure all ilisea-cs.
Why ae we Stcic?
Ilecnuse we allow these great organ to become
clogged or toi'idd. und lioisomms humors ure lln.r...
fun- forced Into tin-blood that should be expelled
1. iuuy f f ? Ji L f T 1I-'
UlI.LIorsNESS. PILES, CONSTIPATION.
MONEY COMPLAINTS. URINARY DJ
E A E s . FEMALE WEAKNE sES
AND NERVol S DISORDERS.
by causing free action of the.,- organ, and resior
lug their power to throw off disease.
Why Sutler Million pains and ache:
Why tormented with Pile. Constipation?
Why frightened over disordered Kidney
Why ctiduri) nervoli mid sick headache!
by have flcepless night?
Use KIDNEY-WORT and rejoice In Health.
It I a dry, vegetable compound und
One paekaire will unike six quart of Medicine.
(let ll of your Druggist, lie will order it Tor jm'j.
WELLS, RICHARDSON ,v CO.. Proprietors,
' lluillii.ion, VI.
K-W KW K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W
K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W K-W
MILL AM) COMMISSION.
ALLII) AY MOTHERS,
Fl.OUR. GRAIN AND KAY
Hlffliest Cwh Price Paid far Wheat.
MORNING. MAY 15, 1880.
No organ of tboiiabt or action can be employed
without the aal"tunc( of the blood, and no oririiu
can be employed xafely or with impunltv without a
Hupply of healthy blood. With healthy blood the
exeref.ed organ bucoum well developed, whether
they be muHCular or intellectual. livtheiiBeoi
FELLOWS' COMPOUND SYRUP OF HYPO
PHOSl'UlTESthebloodla.peedily vitalized and
purified, and so made capable of producing a ound
mind and a nonnU body.
'Peraon aufterlug from impure blood, or who.e
health in .Iving way. either a minUtem or thorn:
who atudycloaely, will find In the Syrup the mate
to build them tip. and the toulc to keep them
lucre." DR. CLAY.
PiTThFiKi.n. Me.. March. 172.
Mi:. J avif.h I. Fgi.um-" Dear Sir: During (he
pHHt two year I have riven your Compound Syrup
ot HypophoHpbltea a fair thwugh eoniewhat severe
trial In my practice, and am able to apeak w ith con
lidence of it" effect.. In reMorlng peron u tier
ing from emaciation and the debility following dip
theria. It ha done wonder. I cnn"tantly recom
mend It" it"e in all utlectinn of the throat and
lung.. In aemal ca"e connidered hopele.a, It ha
g.ven n-lief. and the patient are fast recovering;
among thee are conumi)tive and old bronchial
subject, wlin.ii dleae liave reited the other
mode, of treatment. For impaired digeminn and
in fact for debility from auv cauae. I know of noth
inguinal twit. It direct effect in atreugtheuing
theiiervoii. "j -tem render It suitable for the ma
jority of dit-a-c. I am. ir. your" trnlv.
WM S. HOWE. M. I).
Notk It . onlvthe independent, weil pot-ted,
and uu"elllU phyiciitu. who can afford to preicrlhe
thi remedy. Experience ha" proved thin . The
highest clap" medicul men in erery large city where
It i known, recommend it.
sYirroMs of a
na-i.eq. Lowe!, ro-tive, iin'n in
I'llPlltliih Hi j:
1"UII lillljer til" -II. I, leier 1)111-1.-. fll.ili.'
ing wiiii a ui.iii. iinii'i.iii io --r:i.'ii
eiiii.l. irrit.-ioi in -.
ol I' ln I ' er. l.ivv- "Hint", lo-p ol'
n.-iniirv . iv ii ,-i a u-eiing ni imvjiie
dm v . vv ."irin-'p-. in!!!
ll'lllerillg .1 I in- li.e.rt.
llol. Ii.-lnn ill.
I. Ml. Ite.l.lif. lie
It l!ieWiiiniiigs ureunliceilcil. MTii)llMisea.st j
will soon bp developed.
T1TPS PILL'S are especially a Ispied o such
cases, one ilu-c etlVct" such a change of feeling us
(oittoni-li the sufferer
A Noted Divine Savs:
Dr.Tutt :- Dear sir: For t n year I have been a
martyr to dv stiep.ta. consiipation and pile.
Last spring your pili were recommended: I used
them. I am now a well mm. have a good appe
tite, digi'stion perfect, regular tooR pile gone,
nnd have gained forty pound of rleeb. They are
worth iheir uelght in gold.
REV. It L SIMPsuN. Louisville. Ky.
Ihey increase the appetiie. and cause the bodv
Intake en tlesh.th'ls the .vstein N uourlshed, anil
by their tonic action en the digestive organ, t-egu-lnr
.tool-:ire produ'-ed. Price 'Jj cuts. .'i."i Mur
ray street. N. Y.
TTTTS HAIR J) YE
. Oruv hair or will. kers changed to o glossv black
by a single app.ication o this the. It linpiiitaa
uatural color, ict. instantaneously. Sold by drug-
pipe. o i p -in ii; i-Aiiress on receipt ol ti.
! Office. Murray Street, New York.
rsi OR GOUT
-V All If. 'K I II 1(1 1 H
under the above Trade
EUROPEAN" SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
guaran'eed Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted Physician of Europe anil Anierlca, becoming a
Staple, Harmless mid Reliable Remedy on both
continent. The highest Medical Academy of
Paris report ws cure out of lim case within three
il,t.. Sees,. I TI... .nilv .1 IpanK-ep ,,r tl... t,..lp p
. I He Acid which exists in the Wood of Rheumatic
u.,.1 i:. ,..,. ...... .1 . I...-. .'. 1. ........ r...
,uii iiiniij Mii. iiip. . ii imia , .i iio.i-p inr
Sent to any address on receipt of price. Indorsed
bv Physician. Sold bv all Druggist. Aildre
WASRBURN & CO.,
Only Importer' Depot sit! Uroadway, N, Y.
For Sale by HAKCLA Y UHOS.. and Dnigglat
-SrnTi i nimJi
On and after Mondnv, ,tiino 1(1, thu boat will make
the following trips:
t.fAVH t.KAVK. LtAVK
Foot Fourth i MIsourl Litnd'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
x a. tn.
M a. m,
i! p. m.
4 p. m.
H::ld a. ni.
lil::.l a. m.
'J::ui p. m.
'IM p. m.
H a. tn.
a p. m.
D p. ui.
'i p. ni
! p. m.
A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital risked, You can g-vc thu
business a trial without expense.
Tin. Iin.t fim.iiptilii ll v Mi'its olliipml r.ts
those willing to work. You should
1st. Ii.i.ti.iiif .tip.. III! vim H.m r.ts Vitus
I ilf ivhat yon can do at the business wo oflur. No
loom to explain hero. You run devote alt yaur
lime or only your spare tlni to the bii'llie, and
innku ureiit pny for ?very hour that, yon work
Women make a. much a men. Hnnd for apeelul
iirlvale term and particular, which wo mall (run,
IS otiillt fruii. Don't comiiltiln of hard lime while
you have such a chance. Addrow D. 1IAI.1.KTT A
LATEST IIY TELEGRAPH.
The presiileut nominated Samuel N.
Todd of Piqua, supervisor of census of the
Second district of Ohio.
OOVEUSMENT KAII.KOAD DIRKCTuns.
Ralph P. Uuckland of Ohio, ("has. C.
Housel of Nebraska, Georp;c R. Staith. of
Iowa, and Daniel Chadwick of Connecti
cut, have been appointed government di
rectors of the Union Pacific railway com
pany, to serve until the next regular elec
tion of directors of said company.
The treasury department purchased I'M,
000 ounces of tine silver for delivery at the
Philadelphia and San Francisco mints.
VISIT TO MOCNT VERNON.
The secretaries of state and members of
the diplomatic corps visited Mount Vernon
to-day in the United States ship Tallapoosa.
NOMINATION CONKI It M El).
The senate confirmed Charles A. Galla
way, collector of internal revenue Third
district of Wisconsin; S. N. Todd, census
supervisor Second district of Ohio; Win.
A. Hunt, census supervisor Seventh district
INNOCENT I SEltH OF PATENTS.
The senate committee on patents decided
to report house bill designed to protect
innocent users of patents with numerous
THE CALIFORNIA Rl.f.
San Francisco, May 13. Settler about
Hanford at a public meeting, after the late
affray, passed resolutions holding the rail
road company responsible for the tragedy
and pledging their honor to use all houor
abic means to prevent farther bloodshed
and to urge waiting for legal vindication of
rights. Speeches were made urging set
tlers to stand together in the common
cause and die for their homes if need be.
Hart is credited with the statement before
his death that Harris, one of the settlers,
tired the tlr-t shot wounding him in the
THE KEI.LOOi; CASE.
Wasiiinoton.M iv R!. Senator Hampton
made his expected speech to-day against
the resolution to unseut Kellogg. As all
his speeches do, this attracted great atten
tion, and the galleries were filled. The
speech was written, and the part of it. which
was a defence of his own motives for voting
against his put ty and a reply to Senator
Hill's entreaty to him not to dishonor South
Carolina, was very elooueut. While Seua-
tor Hampton is undoubtedly guided by the
highest considerations in takiug the posi
tion that he does, and while he reflects
credit on his party which lias in two elec
tion cases this session risen entirely above
partisanship, his argument was not a strong
one. He said he could not argue tho iiies
tiouof res iidjudicata as a lawyer that
will be done on that side by Senators Thur-
man ami Ravard.
THE ADtlOVUXMKNT CESTION.
WAsiiisiiTos, .May lll.-The wa)s and
means committee to-day decided to report
lavorably a resolution to adjourn May 31.
The teal friends of revenue reform, those
who have stood consistently for n rational
reduction of duties, alone opposed the reso
lution. The vote stood six to four. Messrs,
Gibson, Phelps, Garfield, Frye, Conger and
Kclley voted aye, and Messrs. Carlisle,
Ruckner, Morrison and Mills no, Wood
was absent, and Messrs. Feltou and Dim
nell were given leave to record their votes
hereafter if they desire. It is not expected
that their votes will change the re
sult. Some feeling ws manifested
on both sides, and it is evident that the
friends of revenue reform in the committee
are determined to do nil in their power to
secure the. consideration of the pendiug
tatiff bill. The four who voted in 1 1 to uc.!-
live have worked constantly and energeti
cally tu that end dining the entire session.
They ieali.e now that their labors will go
lor nothing it congress adjourns with the
bills that have been reported unacted on.
Mr. Frye is very anxious that the Demo
crats should not have an opportunity to
consiiter tariff measures, but he is desirous
that the sugar bill should be nassed.
He wants low sugar, but he wants
the duty reduced on nothing else. He will
be grievously disappointed, however,
should the house vote with him to adjourn
on so early a day as to prevent the consid
eration of the tariff bill. Reveuue reform
ers will prevent the consideration of the su
The trouble is that the action of the com
mittee has so convinced the revenue reform
ers of the house not on thu committee that
no tariff legislation is possible at this ses
sion, that the resolution of adjournment
limy pass. It is expected, however, that a
Democratic caucus will be held probably
Saturday evening and uu effort will be made
to convince those who favor nn early ad
journment that they ought not so easily to
tall into a Kepublicau trap.
After tho vote was taken in committee
to-day, the revenue reformers were, very In-
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dignaut with Gibson. He has been with
them, or Las pretended to be, on everything
but the sugar question, and he proteased to
bo with them on that on principle, votin
as he has done simply for regard to his con
stituents. They have endeavored in every
way to get his views, but iiave always fail
ed. To-day Mr. Tucker told him they no
longer counted him as one of them.
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WELL PAID LAWYERS.
New York Time .
The British government places a high
value on the services of lawyers in the cab
inet, and pays them more handsomely than
the other members. The lord chancellor,
the attorney-general and the solicitor-general
each has a higher salary than the
prime minister or the secretaries. Tho
lord chancellor receives fiO.OOO a year. th
attorney-general 40,000, and the solicitor
general f'io.OOO, while the premier is paid
'3,000 yearly, which is also the salary of
the chancellor of tho excheqner,
and the home, the foreigu, tho In
dian, the colonial, and the war secreta
ries. The lord lieutenant of Ireland re
ceives $100,000 per annum, and the lord
chancellor of Ireland $10,000. Judges an
also paid large salaries in England, that of
lord chief justice being $40,000, while the
ordinary justices of the court of justice get
$2.".000 a year each. No public law officer
in the United States is paid anything like
the amounts above named. The chief jus
tice of the United States receives $10,."i6o a
year, which is $500 a year more than is
given to each of the associate justices. The
salary of the attorney -general of the United
States is s.000. Some of tho 'pw VnrW
judges are better paid than the members of
me cnneti Mates supremo court, out their
salaries are vastly below those ot the En
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