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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1830.
NEW SERIES-NO. 292.
of tlio leading biMiuoim bouses whu-e advertise
mi'iitD may be found In Tim Bulletin .
C.O. Patier Co., Commercial avenue aud Nine
;. I). Williamson Co.
Yoeim It liroib-riclt. Wash. Ave , cor. Eluhth.
T, J. O'Lounmin, Poplar, cor. Twentieth.
Dr, J. II. Marfan; o.'Uw, ltd Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. C. Jnndyn, Eighth near Commercial.
Dr il. W. Whttlack, rw Commercial avcuuu.
l'.obt Kinyth, No. OlUMo levee.
It II Cui.dee, No. Ti'Ohlo l.-vet (u;, la!r).
Komitti'le Life, of New York, torncr Tvtel.'lh and
U'atiiuL'ioii av nue.
Willows and Orphans Mutual Aid .Society, Seventh
aud Comnu-nial avenue.
DltV'UCISTS-WIIULESALE AMI) RETAIL.
Ceo. E. O'll.tra, EiutiteHutU and Commercial.
Alexander County Itatilc, stli and Comincridul
i;y National, Uiiio levee.
CI;iiii;Iol. Three Stale.
Jhii Hpruat.coru-.-r Twelfth and L'-vce.
Ii RACKET STOKE.
K ". Purd, Corner Ninib and Commercial.
i -y ENEilAL DELIVER open a. m.; cluscn
VI tr.iop.m.; Sunday to!' a. m.
M )Uey Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
Through Express Mall via Illinois Central M
M-rsii-sippi CL'.ral lb.ii'oads close at ' p. to.
Cairo ni.il PopWr Hluif Through and Way Mall
C'. : a' 1 li. i:i. , ,.,
Wni .Vail v'.a '.Mm Central. '"Mm and ln
C.auv' aud Mh-k.h-H'W Ceniral lutiroads Clue at
V . r, p, m.
W ay Mi.l fjr Narrow liauge Railroad clos-s at
'' cii'ro'a'.d Evaiisvill" Rlv--r Ro:ite closes st '.'.oO
f . m. da'.jy texwpt l'rtd-iv.
Viyor-N B Tuistlrwuod
Trcwun r Edward Dezun'.a.
CbTlc-lVuni J. Kolev.
Cuuns. !.r--Wm. H. wi'Si rt
Mrbai-J ' UU,...
Altoruev-Willum ilet. Jrli ks.
h.iu:i r Ai.iiti.ua
f.-coud Ward-DaUd T. L'.nesar, C. li. Wood-
Tur4 Wrd-V. I' Wrl.'li'. K.-Vrt Smith.
J-Virth Ward Cbtrle u. IV.u-r, James K; naMon
Kiftb Ward-T. W. Mii'.lda.v. Kmc'. 1!. 1'ettit.
Ctttinty OiUi t-rs.
Clrmlt .Iud:eIi. .!. U.ker.
Circuit Clerk I A. !lee
County Ju.:- 1'. !. Yot-um.
County Cierk -S .1 H'.iiam.
Countv Attornvy-W C. M i! key
Cnutv Trva ;r-!: W. Parker.
Sujntf J'dm H'di:,,-
Coruu-r-K. r'lU'.'eru.L. ,,,,, , ,
Countv Conrni"iouer l. . lla..UB. a.
V.. UU.U, saiuuel tlriley.
AFKIi'AN M. E - Fourteenth Kreet, between
Walunt aud I e lar treet; fervii e a!iliatn 11
a. 1:1. and T: i ! ni.; sunduy School 1 .30 u.
C'lIKISTIAN-EU'iiteeutli Hreet; meettni; Sab
, bath lo;:toi. ia ; preaching occasionally.
IICIU II OK TUE KEDEEMEKHEplKConil)
V Kourleetith ureet ; buiiday Minilu' prayer
1) V) a. n.; evenlr.c prayer. T:i l. m.; Sunday
clnwln.-W a. m. Ktiday evening prayer 7::W p. m.
l-MKST MISSIONARY P.AlTIST CJU'KCU.
r I'reuchlniat 10: in a. m.. :i p. m . and 7:Hi p. ra.
bi.hWu Khool at T::W p. Di. Hev. T. J. shore,
JUTHERAN-Thirte.-nth ttreef, erviie Sail
j bath 11 a. in ; Sunday chool 2 p. tn. Kev.
Kcippe, pati r
METHODIST-Cor Elfhtl- and Walnut treet;
I'reaibini! SaMmth M:.i a. m. aud 7 p.m.;
prayer mi-etiim. Wed:ieday 7:l p. m.; Sunday
bchool, a. m. Hev. Whittaker, parlor.
1)KESi;YTEKIAN -ElirUtli ctreet: preaebluii on
Siititiaih at n:w. a. m. and 7: p. ro.; prayer
mwttnu Wednei!av at 7:1') p. ni.; Sunday school
at 1 v m. Kev. I(. V. Oe.ir.'e. pator.
OEl'OND FREE-WILL HAI1TST - Fifteor.tb
(,ir-i-t. betHi-eu Walnut aud Cedar treet, er
ice Satitiatb at 3 and 7::''i p. m.
iT. ,1oxEI'H'S-lto!iian Catholic) forner Crop
n and Waitiut street; i-rlee Sa'iliatli l:.iOa.
ni.; Sunday Si-lio,, at -.' p. in.; Ye;icr .1 p. m. ; er
Tire every day at p. III.
CT PATRK'K'S-Hp.oniati Catholic) Corner Ninth
lree' and W:ibinj'oU avenue; er'ice Sab
hath and 10 a m. ; Yoper 1 p. I"-; Hnidny Schnol
( p. m ; ervlce evorv day at s p. in. Itev. i . Zabel,
l'R0KKIi)NAL CARlKS-rUYSICI ASS.
II. MAHKAN, M. D
IIomi'oiatliii' l'liysician and Snryi'im.
O.'Hcj lin L'. imerrlal avnuo. Kelde:ia' corner
Fourteenth St. and Yahltitf u avenue, Cairo.
pit. i:. w. wnrn.ocK.
Offim No. III! Coinmercliil Avenu,', between
Kilflilli and Ninth Sireeu
jyi W. C. JOCELYN,
u i: NTIS T .
OI'KICB Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenuo.
rilOPlUETOR OF SPUOAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer iu Ice.
ICE BY THE CAU LOAD OK TON, WELL
PACKED POU smrriNG.
Oar Ijoadrt a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street aud Levee,
K.ULHOAPS. " MEDICAL. MEDICAL.
LLINOIS CENTRAL 11. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tim Only Lint' Utinniiiif Two Daily
Trains From Cairo. Makiuir DI
J'iECT CONXKCTIOX with
TiiAisa Leave C.miu.:
-'$:)' ) u m. Mfail.
ArrlvliiL' In St. Loni !il,i am.: tV.ca.'r, p.m.;
Conneetiai! at O lin and Ei!ltii,'fiaiu fur .'l'nc:u
nati, Loutaviile, Iii-tianupuim ai.d poltiM Ea-:.
1 1 :1 ." i.m. Sit. I.oiiim uinl Western
Connecting at St. Lout- for a!', point We'..
.'J:UO ).m. I'unt Kxirts.
For St. LouU and chicaun, nrrlvii a! St. Lcul
: p m., ami Chicago ' a tn.
:i:'!) i in. 'incirintti Flsprw.
Arriving at CiBcltmati 7:1" a ra.; u:v:::e '::
am.: ldiauiipoii 4 " a.m. Pa-o.'.'.-r liv
tin train reach the above point 1 VJ t-
IloL'I l;i advaiice of uny dther route.
J-'ast Time East..
PilSSfMlHN ,,y "'' ""'hriL-h to
i ii-'-i. l i ra jiiiiDls witi.o';t any d,-.
caued by Sunday iiiti-r.-i:ii.L. The Sat':rdav a''
noon train from i'-ilro arrive in new Y'ork Mi.u-i
tnorniu at lo:.)', T!.irtj--:x h-ur iu b !v;lci
any ntiier rout,-.
Tor t':iriu.;h ticket and fur'her l::f-,'!': it:
upply ut Illiuot. C.-titri! P.ut'.road Jiep-jl. t 'airo.
TRAINS ARH1YE AT CAIRO
Kprf : p
Aeciiinmod.iiion. " p
Mail ! ) ii
JA. .tollNs'iN. ,! 11 .lONKS.
(li So-i'i .-rn .U' : !. T. !...'
W 1'. .J0ilN')N.Oer. PfcetJ-ier Aieil
CAIRO tfc ST. LOUIS R. R.
11. W. SMITIlKItS, IlfHoivor.
SIIOKTEST .SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIIIW AND ?T. LOUIS.
1 hrou.-'i Elpre i.-au Cairo ':', ' a a
Tbroah Expr-' arrive at E. bt Lou;. St p. in.
Through Kx;.r-! ave E. St L'.'a.... v. ..
Through Eipre arrive a! Cairo 'i.'.opm.
l!:rphy!ioru.'iceoiiimi.'da!:-jno-ave t's'.ro 1 : lo p m.
M-i,phyli.iro Acc. arriveMt M'irphy-boro p.m.
M'irj'hy"'ior.i Ao- le.ne Murpiij -urj ": a.m.
Murphv;,ro Act. arrive a Ca.ro V.iiii ra.
T:i" Cairo i St Lo'ii K;:i! Roal : 'b" or.'.y a'.!
Ka:IKoute between Cairo a::d I. '.-"I Mid-rone
manL'etnetit. th'-refore there are :,o delay at
way 'at:oL awiitlna coLii-ct'oti from other'ilt'M.
Cloe aini -:re connei.tion at M Lou; wiihoi-r-.r
line for North, Er.t ai d W el
J. A NAC(,!.E.
L M. JOUNON.
OHIO ct MISSISSIPPI R'v.
TI.MF. TAlil.E OF I'A!;Ni,!;i. TRAIN J FROM
VI.ME.NNF tN-'.'. :J0, l'T'.t.l
No. lajr Expr-- i Except Sun lay t .. . 1 :'' ' p-
' ii Epre i Except Suudayi ..." t : : p. m
" 4 Nifcht Expre u)-i:'.yi' !i::-v ni.
No Exprc i Except s:;ni n ) "a.m.
" 1 l' iv Expre- i F.xcr; t s 1 ,v . i .m p. m.
1 Nii'tit txpre. lUalfy) .' 1." a.m.
.1. It. Ci-auk, C. S. Conk. ..Ms .
Ai-ent Vmcenne o-'ii. Tick.-! A,' : C:n:itir.M
gT. LOUIS, I. M. tfe S. R'y.
liiiro 'l'itn T:hU.
Texa Expre Da iy; M'p. ia
'.'ontiect at t hnra:oti for Coiuuibu
Texa Exjire IDn'iyl '.':lii 3
Accnminod Itioti liai'.vj 7:''p. ..
OlVu'e and Piouii.T Depot No .'-vohio I.-'veo.tm
.1 C. Z'MMER. A,'.'U
I.). AxTKi.t., Division S:.n-rii!'--ad-.-it
We Moan Cureil. Not Merely Relieved
Aud Can Prove Wh-it v.o CUIm.
t'i-Tbere aro no failure and no dlappolnt
luioil. If you arn troubled wllli SICK 1IKAD-
ACHE you call bo eully aud ipilekly cured, a
hundred have beeu already. We hall bii plcacd
to mall a "iieet of testimonial to any lnl"reted.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Alo cure nil form of H!lloune. preseul Count!
pallou utid Liypeiila, promote Dliii'tbti, relieve
d:ire fiom too lieartv eiitiuir. correct l)liirder
of the Stomach, Stimulate, the Liver, nil it Reuulato
the Howel. They do nil thl by tnklnir Jut one
llltle pill at it doe, They uro pur dy veituiablu, do
not crlpe or puree, and are n nearly perfect it
It I polhle for a pill to be. Price cett, 0 lor
l, Sold bv driiu'irlt t'Vemvhc'ro or -'tit by mull.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., ERIE, PA.
$-4 TOJ'KiHiA YEAR, or t-1 to
1 i I II 1'' dov lu vour own locality
I II lNorlk Women do u well
I f I 1 fa tueu. Manv nniko more
v w than the amount Htaled
mIiovu. No one can full to
make money fat. Any one can do the work. You
cnu make, from to f'J nn hour by devoting your
ovi'tiltm and pnre tliuo to the Imalne. It coi
tiotliluit to try the bulne. NoIIiIiik like It for
tnotiuy nmklnu uveroltered before. Hultien pbm
aid aud trlctly honorable. Header, If you want to
know all nhotit I lie hct puvlnu hiilue before the
public, eud n your addre and wo willaerd yon
full imrtlctilar and private term frw:nmplei
worihi'i alo free; you can limn mnUu tip your
mind forvoiirelf. Addre. OKORUK STIN&uN
A CO, Portluud, ilauie.
HOP BITTERS. .
c'.iclne.not a drink,)
HOPS, liUCHU. MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Purest and B -t V.,'i!cil yualltiu of
nil other Hitler.
All dieae of the 5o-n:i:h, Bnweig, Dlood,
Liver, Ivvlu-fj. and I'-i'.nary O.-uin, Nervoua
lu. S!eeple.-jes ad up.'Clal!y Female Com-
$1-Mi IN COLD
Will !'.- p a'd f ir a cmotliey wll! not cure or help
or for anything impure or Injurious found lu
A,;your l)r-.i:'.tt for Hop Bitter and try
them bef,.re you iee.p. Tike no other.
Hoi' Cnviiif Ct KE h the wectet. safest and
bejt. Aai: Children.
The Hop Pad (or Stomach, Liver and Kldueyj
I superior to all vthr. Ait I)ru;;!sM.
I). I. C. I an absolute and irrefutable cura for
drtiiiUunp.s. uu of opium, totu-.'co and nar
cotic, send for circular.
A'! abovn sold by ilr"i?:!a.
Hop LiilteriManufacttirlt'Co., P.ochester, N". Y.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Dailv Bulletin.
Py (.'iiii'ier. Qoc IVr Week
COLLECTED WEEKLV, or
810 IVr Year, 810
If jni'J Ye:irly r Si.-nii-Yearly
Tiie Weekly Bulletin.
A -48 Column S Paire Paper
IS-L'KD EYEI1Y MONDAY.
To CLUBS of FIYE or y.OllE,
fl.'O per Ye.r.
TUE HuLLETiy BlXDERY
HL.VXK HOOK WORK
Of all Kind.-a.
STEAM JOH OFFICE
Ejtiui.ite CurtushcJ aa i orilers from
aliro.i'l promptly atteole1 to
Two-Slieet. Full .Sheet, Half Sheet,
and Quarter sheet Posters and
Pi'oirramme.'i, lu Black or Colors.
Letter lleiuls. Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Hills Ladiui?, Show
Cards, Business Cards. Hall
aud Weddiiiif Invitations, Book Work,
Etc. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
KERRY UO AT.
CAIRO CITY FKRRY CO.
THREE tsBaS STATES.
Ou and nflcr Vonduy, ,'uao 111, t Ho boat will utaku
the following, trips:
I.KAVK tr.AVg LliVR
Foot fourth at MIourl Lund'it. Kentucky Ld'.
k a m,
Id ii, m.
1 p, Dl.
4 p. m.
N::m a, m.
l'i:i) a m,
i: 10 p. m,
AM p. m,
tl , tn.
a p, m,
6 p, iu,
3 p. iu
ARK CUKED !
Noor'iuof thought or action can be employed
without the amitanc; of the blood, and no urtun
can be employed i!ely or with impuuitv without a
mipply of healthy blood. With healthy blood the.
evrcled orjsana become well developed, whether
they bo mimc ilar or Intellectual. Jly the ue i,l
FELLOWS' COMPOUND SYKL'P OF HYPo
PHOSPHITES the blood in apeedily vitalized und
puriliod. ando made cipabie of produciu? a siuud
mind aud a sound l-ody.
Peron autrrinir from Impure blood, or whoa
health i ftviug way, either u min!ter or thoe
who study cloaely, will Bud lu the Syrup thu mate
to build them up, and the tunic to keep them
there." J)K. CLAY.
Pirrni!i.t. Mk March. H7d,
Mm Jam:. I. Fiii.i.ow near Sir: Dunes the
pwt two ye-ir I have ulven your Compouud Syrup
o'. Hypophophite a fair though aomawhut evero
trial in uiv pract.ee, aud urn able to speak with con
tbleneu ofits etf.-ct. lu retorli:i person cutler
Irj;' from emuclation and the dcldKtv ti'llowintf dip
theria. it hac done wonder. I cor.tautlv recom
mend it uc tn all ut'.ection of the throut and
li:u;'. In "cu-rsl ca-e cnuidered hopele, it ha
i;ieu relief, and the P2t:eut are fat recoverina:
nmonc thee are consumuthe and old brouchiui
subject. whoe dieae have re'Meil the other
modea of treatment. For impaired diction, aud
in fact for debility from any cause. I know of Loth
luii'HUal to It. ltd direct e:!ect in treni'.heuit:s'
then-rvov., y-ite::i render it suitable for the ma
jority of ('.ij-ci-u.. I am. "ir. your tru'v.
WM. S. 1-0 WE, M. 0.
No,8 Ii is oi.lv the indepond -nt. wi.'!l-pe-ti.'d.
and uu-.-'."i U physician who c:m a:!on! to proscribe,
tat renu'Jy. Experience' ba provfl this. The
l:i,'h'-t cli.- me iicl men in eT. rv lur.'e city where,
it is known, recommend it
SY.MPTOMS OF A
f.o of -ip"-- !.'. ri".-l. liiveeU r-i.'lve t o : n i t
' I W M llli
t : i. i.: ,v ' .1 ... I;-,,; ;;, t, . i,,, :
t:.'ll,i. 'rr:- , e liv i.l 1 -.a;.e". .. ,,f
!i 1211 11 lilliLllL -iiL'lL'r ;,,,l "M e
I .' V I-.'.--. ! ;.,.-.. !:.-:;; .,; i;i arti
il : 1 ' -- -K!ii. : i - i . f-. --.
It' tliHew;irniiu' nr.- nnh'- l-il. mrI.iu!iHca.'S
Will Soon lie ile. loped,
TriT's PILL'S ir- Mpe-lv a'.ap'.4 to such
c-.-.-. ot: doe ri : ar.ci: a cha'-s.- of feeling as
toa-:o:.;-'u the cuS'erer
A Xoteil Divine S.ivs:
Dr.TatV-Dev Sir: For t.-u yc-ir I have b-'eii a
marlyr to dya.pu. c.)utia:ftm aud pile.
I.a-l spriu your p:ll were recommended: I u-ed
them. I am uow a well m:iu. tav-.- a &io& appe-t1'.-,
dltf-t o:: p-rf:ct. regular tool. pi;,- f'oui:
and hive 't:aed fr:v pound of i'.eh. They are
worth th, :r weight tn zo'.d.
RE. Il L SIMPSON, Lotilvl!U'. Kv.
i aey lacr -a-; t!: a:?ttt... au-1 c iue the body
to tike ou :' h.t'a't ta.- -,-;. en i nourished, und
by their to::'.c ictio;. 03 th.- d:j-t-,ve oi jan. r-'ju-lar
srool :-.r' pr idu:-.-1 Jri:e 25 cct. :u Mur
ray Street, N. Y.
TUTT'S HAIJ DYE
Cray hair or whi!; tj charged t.i a nloy hVk
by a ln.'.e application of thl dye, It Impurt a
n Ultra! color, a-:: iBtatiUu!u!y. xiCl by driii
(tis'.s. or ,-nt by express ou receipt of $1.
Otliee, 35 Murray Street. New York.
SOUGOIT " 1
ACl'TR OR CIIUOIC ,1
Manufaciurd only under the above Trade Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIP2UL
Immediate relief warranted. P.M-rianetit cure
K'larau'ved Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted Phylcl:iu of Europe aud America, becoming a
Staple, llarmle (md Keliable Remedy on both
continent. Thi! hli;bet Medical Academy of
Pari report sw cures out of bm cases within three
dayc. S'-eret The ouly dlolverof the polonou
I'ric Aold which exist In the Wood of Rheumatic
aud liouty Patients. $1 a bot; H boxe for Y
Sent to anv addre on receipt of price. Indorsed
by Physician. Sold bv all ruMtt Addre
WASHBUKN' cS; CO.,
Only Importers' Depot -ill Rroadway, N, Y.
For Sale by BARCLAY BROS., and Drui:lts
I T. WAHKEN & CO.
t& C YV. Second St.
Forelrfuatid Domestic dried nudcauuod Fruits aud
Vegetables, Canned, dried aud sail Fish. I'lclt
los, Sauces, Oil und Condiment. Soup
tuff, UuUluu Powders, rotiud and
whole- Spices. Toilet nud Laundry
Soap, Heed, Jollies, Preserves
Fancy Oroceiles and Oro
curs' Siiudrles '
Stork unparalleled iu the West.
SEND FOB OUlV'UItOCEIlSL
Ain Tin it
1 n 1 t
S -i ms XX J J 1J .1
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
CAMERON AND THE NATIONAL UEPLIILICAN
Washington, May 30. Mr. C. C. Fal
ton, a member of the national Republican
committee, telegraphs over his own signa
ture to his newspaper, the Baltimore Amer
ican, the following:
'Opposition to Grant among merchants
and business men and the best class of citi
zens is almost universal. The local Dlaiae
and Washburue clubs arc circulating
among delegates with badges, and
their headquarters are thronged.
The national committee adjourned
at Washington to meet at the Grand Pa
cific, but Cameron disregarded the orders
of the committee and took room? at the
Palmer house, where most of the Grant
delegates are assembled. He has also ap
pointed a different committee of arrange
ments from that ordered by the committee
all Grant men who have charge of the
convention hall, aud would have given it
up to the friends of Grant for a mas3 meet
ing on Monday, but the proprietors retused
to permit this use to be
made of it. These nrbitrurv
acts have caused great indignation among
the committee, two-thirds of whom are op
posed to Grant. The first meeting ot the
committee ou Monday will be very excit
ing, and may possibly result in the deposi
tion of Cameron and the appointment of a
new chairman. This will be done unless
he pledges his honor not to attempt to
force the unit rule in the selection of a tem
porary chairman. Some members of the
committee are not willing to trust his word
in the matter, if he should give it, believing
that he will devise some means of escaping
from the duty."
Washington, May 30. Prof. Greener
arrived here from West Point to-day. 01
the Whittaker inquiry and findings of the
court, he says Whittaker had been pre
judged on suppositions, assumptions, insin
uations and expert testimony, upon which,
according to military law, little it any reli
ance should be placed. He says
the academy dextrous'.y shifted the
responsibility by having Whittaker
call for a court of inquiry instead of hav
ing it come lrom the president. By doing
so they placed Whittaker alone in the posi
tion of an a?cu:ed, while had the president
ordered the inquiry the wholj corps "f ca
dets. Whittaker included, would have been
placed on trial. Prot. Greener intends to
follow the case up with the secretary of war,
as he has already been assured by Secre
tary I, imsi-y that au opportunity will be
atLrdcd him to criticise the methods of
procedure and findings of the court.
THE liltACKKTTVIl.LE FLOOD.
Hu.vckETTVii.i.E, Tex., May 39. The
flood has now disappeared and the wrecked
appearance of the town beggars descrip
tion. Meat and bacon were issued to the
poor, destitute, homeless and starving
Mexicans. It was a Godsend for them as
they had uot tasted food for 24 hours. One
hundred or more Mexican families were
made homeless and destitute yesterday
without even a dry piece of clothing left to
warm their chilled bodies. A house con
taining eij'it Mexicans, an entire family,
was washed away and all perished. Re
port says the same fate befell Mr. Gentry
and two children. The names ot the
drowned are coming in very slowly. It is
likely that many Americans were drowned,
but the number of Mexicans will never be
The favorable report from Mclvee's
ranch early this morning gave us room to
hope for the safety of life and property iu
the surrounding country, but last reports
this evening force us to believe the destruc
tion to lifo and property more disastrous
than first could have been supposed.
Judge- J. I. Robinson lost his entire herd of
sheep, numbering l,4i)i) bond. Philip
Palmer's family at Eiui creek, seven miles
from Urackettville, had to travel five miles
to reach dry land, Sheriff Fritter, just
from his ranch, says he saw a drowned man
floating in Pinto creek, but lie was unrec
ognized. The Los Moras yesterday was one mile
wide south of Dolore's settlement. Noth
ing has been heard from the Nueces river
region. The report from Eagle pass of the
finding of the dead body of Trof, Stadier,
editor of the Urackettville News, in Elm
ereek and the probable drowuiug of C. W.
Kartes, one of the leadiug merchants of the
town, has thrown-au additional damper on
this entire community.
KKARSEY (IOINU TO C'UICAOO.
San Francisco, May 30. At the sand
lots to-day Kearney announced that he
would leave tor Chicago on Wednesday to
attend tho Greenback convention. If the
platform suited him, ho would stump the
state for it, and if the workiugmen did not
like it, ho would organlzo a party in its
support. . If tho platform proved unjjathj-
factory to California workiugmen, they
could confine themselves to local issues.
The ward presidents of the W. P. C., li
ter holding a long discussion to-day, adopt
ed by a vote of 13 to 5 resolutions against
affiliation with the Greenback-Labor party.
Poverty and Distress. That poverty
which produces the greatest distress is not
of the purse but of "the blood. Deprived
of its richness, it becomes scant and watery,
a condition termed anemia m medical wm
ings. Given this condition, and scrofulous
swellings and sores, general and nervous
debility, loss ot rlesh and appetite, weak
lungs, throat diseases and consumption,
are among the common results. Therefore,
if you are a sufferer from thin, poor blood,
do not hesitate, but employ Golden Medical
Discovery which enriches the blood and
radically cures these allections by striking
at the root of the evil and removing the
cause. For all bronchial, throat, and lung
affections, severe lingering coughs, weak
lungs, consumption in its early stages,
asthma aud kindred affections, Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery is the. sovereign
remedy, and has outrivaled nil its competi
tors. It is harmless in any condition of he
system, yet powerful to cure
Mus. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Rev.
Sylvauus Cobb thus writes in the Boston
ChrL-tian Freeman: We would by no
means recommend any kind of medicine
which wo did not know to be good par
ticularly lor infants. But of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup we can speak from
Knowledge; in our own lanuly it has proved
a blessing indeed, by giving an infant
troubled with colic, pains, quiet sleep, and
the parents unbroken rest at night. Most
parents can appreciate these blessings. '
Here is an article which works to nerfecr
tion, and which is harmless; for the sleep
wiucn it atiords the infant is perfectly nat
ural, and the little cherub awakes as
"bright as a button." And during the
process of teething, its value is incalcula
ble. We have frequently head mothers say
that they would not be without it from tho
birth of the child till it had finished with
the teething siege, on any consideration
whatever. Sold by all druggists. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
Is Yolh Hair Falling 011 TiMtsfNo
Gray.' "London Hair Color Restorer," the
most cleanly aud delightful article ever in
troduced to the American people. It is
totally different from all others, not sticky
or gummy, and free from all impure in
gredients that render many other prepara
tions obuoxious. It thickens thin hair, re
stores gray hair, gives it new life, cures
dandruff, causing the hair to grow where it
has fallen off or become thin, does not soil
or stain anything, aud is so perfectly and
elegantly prepared as to make it a lasting
hair dressing aud toilet luxury. London
Hair Color Restorer is sold by all druggists
at 7o cents a bottle, or six bottles for $4.
Principal Depot for United States, .'J;tO
North Sixth street. Philadelphia.
Brown's Household Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quickeu the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any ottier
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 m a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 2") cts. a bottle.
Much Sickness, undoubtedly with rhit.
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion '
ed by worms. Browu's Vermifuge Oonifite,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found to be abso
lutely sure iu eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twentv-tive cents a box.
From the Hun. There is perhaps uo
tonic offered to the people that possesses as
much real intrinsic value as the Hop Bit
ters. Just at this season of the year, when
the stomach needs an appetizer, or the
blood needs purifying, the cheapest and
best remedy is Hop Bitters. Au ounce of
prevention is worth a pound of cure, don't
wait until yott are prostrated by a disease
that may take months for you to recover in.
Fivb Hundred Dollars reward was
tor years offered in every paper
of the laud by the former proprietor
of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, for a
case of catarrh it would uot cure. It cures
by its mild, soothing, cleansing, and heal
ing properties. Snuff or dust of any kind
dries up catarrh and drives it to the lungs.
This remedy has stood tho tost of time,
having been a popular remedy fur a quarter
of a century. Sold by druggists at fifty
Game Played For. The "Republican,"
Omaha, Nebraska, says: "In the game of
life the 'stake' played for is health, wealth
and happiness. Each of these can bo ob
tained by the use of Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure, Warner's Safe Diabetes
Cure, Warner's Safe Pills, Bitters, Nervine
No preparation of Hypophosphites I
have used can compare with Fellow's Com
pouud Syrup ot Hypophosphites for restor
ing strength to the nervous system. I
think it the best medicine I ever used. W.
J. Homes, Buffalo, N. Y.
Our drug stores are uow supplied with
"Malt Bitters," the new food medicine
I. . . 1 . ' ' I
niiiiu ima uuuu qij uiuuli ginni null i;umw
to us bo highly recommended. Try it. It
may save you heavy doctors' bills.
Ax v one can tk firtir' Mttl f.i(r .
Pills, they are so very small. No trouble
to swallow. No pain or griping after tak-