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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
DlaEg?nY 1 AILEOAM. I ; JfEDICAL. j I T
of tint leading nustnes house whose advertlie
menu may bo fuund In Tin Bulletin .
t 0. Patler & Co., Commercial avenue tnd Nine
i. D. Williamson 4 Co.
Yucnui t Broderlck, Wash. Ave, cor. Eighth.
X, J. O'Luugnliu, Poplar, cor. Twentieth.
Or. J. II. Marean; office, 140 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. C. Jocelyn, Eighth near Commercial .
Dr. E. V, Wbltlock, IX) Commercial avenue.
I'.oi)t. Smyth, No. BO Ohio levee.
II. II. Candee, No. ?0Ohlo levee (up stair).
K'luitable Llfti, of New York, coruer Twelfth and
Widow and Orphan. Mutual Aid Society, Heveutb
arid Commercial avenue.
DKVXKilSTU-WnOLKSALK AND RETAIL.
Vqo. E. O'llara, Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Bunk, Stb and Commercial,
lty National, Ohio levee.
Cbaiuplon. Three Slates.
lohn Sproat, comer Twelfth and Levee.
E l'. Ford, Corner Ninth and Commercial.
ENEKAL DELIVERY open iiai a.m.; c!oei
VJI 8:.' p.m. ; Sunday: to a.m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
r s n. in.
Through Express Mails rla Illinois Central S:4fl
uial.alinit Ontril Kullrneds dose at n. m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through aud Way Mail
ein-c. at i p. m. .... . ...
wv M&ll ri Illinois Central. Cairo and ln
ceuues and Missjisippl Central Railroads dole at
V: 1 1 p. m.
W.y Mail for Narrow Gaiifre Kallroid dote at
8 . m.
Cairo and Evanavttle Utter Rente closet at 2:30
p. m. d&iy (except Friday).
City Oftice rs.
Myor-N. B. Thiatlewood.
Treasurer Edward Dezonla.
Clerk-Deuu!. J, Folev.
Counselor--Win. B. Gilbert.
Marnual 5C. La(la.
Attorney William Il.-odrlr.ks.
HOARD or ALDtBHlN.
Klrat Ward M. J. Howley
Second Ward-David T. Ltnegar, C. K. wood-
"Vhlrd W-.rd-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Fatter. Jsroea Kynaitoa
Fifth Ward-T. W. HaHtday. Ernest U. I'ettlt.
Circuit Judge-D. J. Baker.
Circuit Cletk-J. A. Benve.
County JndjeK. S. Yocum.
County Clerk-S. J- Humm.
County Attorney W. C. .Mulkey.
Countv Treasurer Miles W. Farker.
Sherirf John Hodges.
County Commissioner T. W. llalllday,
J. Ulbbf. baninel Brlley.
AFRICAN M. E. Fourteenth street, between
Walnut and Cedar streets: service Sabbatn II
a. in. and 7 p. ru.; Sunday School 1:) p. m.
(MIKISTIAN-Eighteenth street; meeting Sab
J batbW:4up. m.; preachiug occasionally.
CHURCH OF THE KEDE EMEU (Episcopal)
Fourteenth street; Suuday Morning prayers
l)::) a. ro.; evening prayers.":) p. m.: Sunday
cboolS:) a. m. Filday evening prayer T:30 p. m.
1MRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUXKCH.
V Preaching at It):) a. m., 3 p. m., and ":) p. m.
habbatu school at T:W p. m. Uev. T. J. Shorva,
1UTHERAN Thirteenth atreet; services Sab
j bathl::W a.m.; Sunday school 2 p. m. Rev.
METUODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets;
Breaching Sabbath 10:. a. ni. aud 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wednesday ":) p. m,; Sunday
School, a. m. Rev. Whittakcr, palor.
IJIIESBYTEKI AN -Eighth atreot; prearhlng on
Sabbarh at 11:00 a. m. and 7::V)p. ni.; prayer
meeting Wedneadav at 7:i)p. tn.; Suuday School
at 3 p. m., Bev. B. Y. Oeore, paalor.
SECOND FHEEWILL BAPTIST Flfteetth
atrcet, between Walnut aud Cedar atreeta; ter
rices Subbath at 3 and 7:SU p. m.
ST. JOSEPrrS-Hoiimu Cathollci Corner Crow
and Waluitt atreet; aervlcee sabbath 10:30a.
m.; Sttnduy Sobmil at i p. m.; Yeaper i p. m.; aer
rtcea every day ut 8 p. m.
ST. PATHICK S- Homan Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet aud Waahlngion avenue; aurvtcea Sab
hath IJ and It) a. m.; Yeapera 3 p. in.; Hnnday School
tp m. ; aervlce. every day at a p. tn. Buv. F. Zahel,
y H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Ilonicoiiathic Physician anil Surwm.
OIIcb 140 Oi. amerclal avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. aud Wahiugton avenue, Cairo.
R. E. V. WIIITLOCK,
Ofncs No. 136 Commercial Aveuue, between
Klgutb and Ninth Streeu
J)R. W. C JOCELYN,
OFFICE Elulith Street, neorCommerclul Avouuo.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'3 PATENT
Wholesale Doaler in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELL
PACKED FOR 8IIIPPINO.
Car Loads a Specialty.
() F F ICKi
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
ILLuVOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis anil Chicago.
The Only Line Running Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Making DI
RECT CONNECTION with
Tiuisa Leats Cairo:
Arriving In St. Louie :45a.m.: Chicago. S:30 p.m.;
Connecting ut Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, Loulavllle, Indlanapolia aud poluta Eaet.
11:10 a.m. Ht. IxjuIb and WoBtorn
Connecting at St. Louie for all polnta Wcat.
:i:iJO p.m. r'nat KxproB.
For St. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. Lottla
10:11 p.m., and Chicago 7:40 a.m.
&:HO p.m. C.irn'innftti Kxpre.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:1S a.m.; Louiaville 7:30
a m.: liidlanaooll 4:no a.m. PaMengera by
thta tralu reach the above polnta lU to MtJ
HuCK In advuuee of any other route.
Fast Time East.
PlKP11001' ,ni' llne go'hrough to Kaat.
wt em point without Any delay
cauaed by Sundav Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
morning at 10:85, Tbirty-ei hours In advance of
any other route.
tTFor through tlckcta and further Information,
apply at Illiuoia Central Kallroad Depot, Cairo.
THA1NS ARKIYE AT CAIBO.
Bxprcaa p m
Aecouimodhtion ,,., :j:.v) p m
Ma" 4:10 a.m!
JAs. JOHNSON. J. H. JONES,
Oen. Soul hern Agent. Ticket Ag'JUt.
W. p, JOIINsON.Gvb. Puoaenger Auent.
CAIRO A ST. LOUIS R. R.
IT. W. SMITIIERS. Iteeeiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Eipreaa learcs Cairo 9:30a.m.
Through Expreai arrives at E. St. Louie.. 5:45p.m.
Through Expre.a leave E. St. Louia.... 6:ia.m.
Through Exprea arrive at Cairo 5:10 p.m.
MurpbyaboroaccomniodationleaveaCairo 1::)0 p.m.
Mu'phyaboro Acc. arrivea.at Murphyabcro ?:)p.m.
Murphyloro Acc. leave Murphynboro. .. 5:taa.m.
Murphyitboro Act. arrives at Cairo 11:85 a m.
The Cairo 4 St. Louis IUU Kosd 1 the only all
Hall Itoute between Cairo and Sr. Louie 'under one
management, thi-refore there are no delay at
way station awaltine connections from other llnea.
Cloae and at:n- connection at St. Louis with other
lines for North, Eaat und Weal.
J. A. NAUOLE,
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TABLE OF PAKNtiKH TRAINS FROM
VIXCF.NNES (Nov. 'JO, lb7! 0
No. J Day Exprea c Except Sun lay).... 1 :So p. m
u i Epn-aa ( Except Suuday) 1 :V p. tu
" 4 Night Exprea (Daily) . . . .li.mt, m
No. . Exprras (Except Sunday).
ti:05 a. m.
' 1 Day Kxpre ( Exreiit Suudav). . .
' 3 Night Exprea. tDally). .'.
!i:W p. m
1 :" a. m
J. R. Claiik. C. S. CoJiE. Jn.,
Agent Viuceune. lien. Ticket Ag't Cincinnati
gT. LOUIS, I. M. cfe S
Texas Express Daily 1:15 p.m
.onneiteat -.nurienon lorcoiumuu.
Texas Express Pnllyl a. 2
AccomniiKlatlon Dullvl T:Wp. ..
Otllce and Pai-aetiger Depot No. .V Ohio Levee. tm
J. C. ZIMMEK, Agen
I). AxTf.tx, Division Suwerinteudent.
QICK HEADACHE !
We Moan Curcil, Not Merely Relieveil
And Can Prove What wo Claim.
tBThcru am no f:lltires and no disappoint-
nient. If you ure troubled with SICK HEAD-
ACHE you can be easily and quickly cured, as
hundred havubeuu already. We shall bo pleaed
to mull a sheet of testimonial to any iutereated.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also euro all forma of Blllouaticaa. prevent Constl
Jiatlou aud DysputiMla, promote Digestion, relieve
Intro from too hearty eiittug, correct Disorders
of the Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Regulate
the Bowels. They do all this by taking Just one
little pill at a dose. They nre purely vegetable, do
not grlpo or purge, ami are as nearly perfect as
It Is poaalhlu for a pill to bo. Price 'ii cutts, 5 for
II. Sold by druggist everywhere or sent by mall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., ERIE, PA.
4ts -4 W f f 10 'm) A VKAR, ot .1 to
1114 1 L 1 II I1 day In your own locality
lj. I r II I.Noriak Women do as well
f fl I r a" "ten. Many make more
v v than the amount stated
above. No one can fall to
make money fat.' Any one can do the work. You
ttiulfM fpuMi tn atl mi liittia hv ilovnttntf votip
eveulug end spare time to the bualness. It coats
nothing to try tnu nusineas. notimig iiko u tor
money making overoffered before Uttsluesa pleas
ant and strictly honorable. Reader, If you want to
know all about ') best paying hualuea before the
pillule, send ua your address and we win send you
hill particular and prlvitts terms froe:amp!es
worth tfi also free: you cub then make up your
mind for yourself. Address OEORUE 8TINS0N
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY
dlclne, not adrluk.)
HOPS, BUCHU, MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Purest and Best Medical Qualities or
all other Bitter.
All diseases of the Stomach. Bowels, Blood,
Liver, Kidneys, and L'ulnary Organe, Nervous
ness, Sleepleeenoss and eapeclaliy Femiile Com
plaints. f 1000 IN GOLD
Will bo paid for a case they will not cure or help
or for auytbtng impure or inlttrloua found In
Ask your Druggist for nop Bitters and try
them before you aleep. Take no other.
Hoc Cot'oii Cl-hr is the sweetest, safest and
best. AK Children.
Tho Hop Pad for Stomach, Liver and Kldncya
ia euperior to all others. Ak Druggtsts.
D. I. C. la an absolute and trreslntable cure for
drunkenness, uae of opium, tobacco and nar
cotics. Send for circular.
All above sold by druggists.
Hop Bitters Manufacturing Co., Rochester, N. Y.
THE DAILY Bl'LLETIX.
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Letter Heads, Bill Heads?, Note
Heads, Statements, Bills Lading, Show
Uirds. Business Cards, Ball
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(JAIllO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -Ve?15 STATES.
On and after Monday, June It), the boat will make
the following trips:
S::M a. m.
. 10:) a. m.
9 a. in.
11 a. m.
i p. m.
t p. m.
3 p. m
Foot Fourth et
8 a. m.
it p. m.
4 p. tu.
MORNING, JUNE 3, .1880.
Compound Syx-up oi'
HYPOPIIOSPHITES ! !
IS A CERTAIN REMEDY FOR
CONGESTION Off THE LUNGS, Etc.
. COMPOUND SYRUP OF
SPEEDILY AND PERMANENTLY CUBES
Congestion of the Lung, Bronchitis. Consump
tion, Nervous Prostration. Shortness of Breath,
Palpitation cf the Heart, Trembling of the
Hands and Limbs, Phygical and Mental Depres
sion; Loa of Appetite. Loas of Energy. Loss of
Memory. It will rajddlT improve the wenknesi
functions anil organs of the hotly, which depend
for health upon voluntary genii-voluntary and
involuntary nervous action
It acta with vigor, gentleness and subtlety, owing
to the exanisite harmony of its ingredients, akiu
to pure blood itself. Its taste pleasant, aud its e f
St. .Ioiix. N . B.
Mr. James I. Fellows, Chemist. Ht. John, N. B
Dear Sir: Havlug used your Compound Syrup
of Hypotboaphltes for some time in my practice, I
have no hesitation in recommending it to my pa
tients who are suffering from general debility, or
any disease of the luug. knowing taat, even in
caea utterlv Jiopeleas. it affords relief.
I am. elr, yours truly. II. O. ADDY, M. D.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Los of appetite.
bowels roMvp. nain in
ml vena.tt.on ill
1 ;ie lm.it
r tuu ti.iuiilr-biad, fuiiue'S aft
iiues after eai
wlihu dtiueliuation to exertion of I
only, we-iriti". iliy..iutf. ilultermg t tho heart
dot-t Iwlnrv tn-; eye, veilow kiu. hemti b". rv-i
le'.-ne- al iilelit. i.il'IiiV euloreil urine.
If these warnings are nnheejed, MTlunMiseases
win eou be developed.
TUTT S PILL'S ara especially a lasted to such
case. ou doe effects such a change of feeling aa
losMomau lae eucerer.
A Noted Divine Says:
Dr. Tutt: Dear Sir: For ten years I have been a
martyr to dvaoeu-i. coustioation aud nlles.
Lat spring your pills were recommended; I used
mem. i am now a well man, bave a good appe
tite, digestion perfect, regular stool, piles gone,
and have gained forty pounds of flesh. They aru
worm inuir weigui in gom.
I!E . K. L SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky,
Tney lncreae the appetite, and cause the body
to take on tlesh. tu'is the svstem is nourished, aud
by their tonic action on the digestive organs, regit.
ur stools are produce!, i'rice cjnts. 3o Mur
ray Street. N. Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE
Ora.v hair or whisker changed to a glossy black
by a single application of this dye, It Imparts a
natural color, acts instantaneously. Sold by drug
gists, or soui uy exprea on receipt ot f l. . .
Office, 35 Murray Street, New York.
d OR GOUT
V ACl'TE OK CHROMIC
Manufactured only under the above Trade Ma
EUPiOPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PAlilS AND LEirZIti.
Immediate relief warrauted. Permanent cure
euarauteed. Now excluslvelv used by all celebra
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staple, uarmie ana neuaoie nemeuy on ooin
continents. The highest Medical Academy of
Parts reports 93 cures out of li cases within three
day. Secret The only tllssolverof the poisonous
l nc Acta wtucn crista tu tuu Uiooi or tweuuiatic
and liouty Patient. $t a box: H boxes for
Sent to anv address on receipt of price. Iudorsed
by Physicians. Sold by all Druggists. Address
WASHBUKN & CO.,
Only Importers' Depot 213 Broadway, N, Y.
For Sale by BARCLAY BROS., and Druggists
J. T. WARREN & CO.
01 & 00 W. Second St,
Foreign ami Domestic dried and cauued Fruits and
Vegetables. , Canned, dried and salt Fish. Pick
les, Sauces, Oil aud Coudtmcut. soup
Itufl's, Baking Powders, ground and
1 whole Spices. Toilet and LaundrT
Soap, Sued, Jellies, Preserves
-Faucy Groceries and Gro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
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Chicago, June 2, 10.00 a m.
Wheat Juae, 08c; July, Ojjc.
Pork-June, $10 10; July, 10 20.
Cora-June, 3533; July, 05330.
Oats -June, 23.
NEW YORK ORAfN.
New York, Juue 2, 12:03 r. m.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Red Winter,
$130; Red Winter, $1 2501 31; No. 2
Chicago, $1 1901 20; No 2 Milwau
kec, $1 20. Corn - quiet No. 2, 54.
Liverpool, June 2, 2:00 v. m.
Wheat quiet and steady Winter, 10s 3d
010s GJ; Spring, 0J0sl0d; California
average, Os 3d10a Id; California Club,
lOsQIOs Cd. Corn dull Is 8J.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Chicago, June 1. As tho hour of the
convention draws near the excitemcut
deepens. This morning the battle opened
furiously, and all day has raged along the
line. It is a war of candidates and fac
tions, and its most remarkable feature is an
absolute indifference to platforms and
principles. I have heard no talk of either.
The idea that tho party has any principles
to announce is wholly forgotten or ignored.
Nobody seems to care a continental for
principles amid the bitter antagonisms of
the hour. The Republican party is kept
together by personal ambitions, and the
general welfare of the country is as noth
ing compared to their gratification. The
whirlpool of passion in Chicago reveals the
naked truth that pcrsonalism supplants
principle, and it makes no great difference
what platfornk the leader stands on, or
whether he stu nds on any. The Republi
can party has occn tendiug in this direc
tion for years, and the accomplished fct,
the matured disposition, is exemplified
brightly here tJ-day.
The toadyis(i to bo seen in the hotels is
perfectly sickening. Parlor 2, in the
Palmer, is Grant headquarters, and there
assemble occasionally the great party man
agers. Whenever tiio door is opened the
lobby outside is jammed with eager men
twisting their necks, shoving and fighting
to get a glance at the distinguished com
pany within.' Should tho black-visnged
piratical-looking Losnn. the more refined
faced Conkling, or Cameron, or some other
great man come out or pass in, excited
whispering and othur note3 of admiration
are heard on all sides. If perchance one
of the crowd is lucky enough to be honor
ed by an introduction, his face shines with
a servile glee, and the balance survey him
with envious glances. These leaders are
neither great nor pure. They are bold,
astute aud aggressive demagogues, but
r.ci.E THE PACK
with the lightning ot the eye. Their glance
is a word of control aud the feeling to
wards them by their followers is more ob
sequious and coutemptible than any shown
the royalty of England.
nils morning tho committee met at 11
o'clock. A dense crowd surrounded tho
djors, and everybody was on tho tiptoe of
expectancy. It seemed probable that a
desperate fight would occur in tho commit
tee. But hour after hour passed without
any positive intelligence. It soon leaked
out that the Cameronitcs had reined iu
their policy aud softened their spirit. Mr.
New of Indiana came out at last and I
pinned' him for information, "nothing
positive has -been done," he said; '-there
has been a conference between the contend
ing parties, but nothing definite has, been
All throughout the foreuoon the auti-
bossites were utilizing in every wuy the
audacious Cameron tactics at the com
mittee meeting on Monday fanning tho
flames of resentment. We have already
published the most important features of
the national committee ou Monday. A
few additional facts may bo mentioned.
Cameron not only refused to entortain reao-
utions against the unit rule offered by
Chaffeo of Colorado, and McConuack of
Arizona, but he snubbed tho Illinois con
testants. A committee from tho ten dis
franchised districts sent iu a communi
cation asking for a heariug, which
the chairman "pocketed," and would
not submit for action. Averlll of Minneso
ta offered a resolution for tho appointment
f a committee of three, consisting of
Messrs. Jewell and Aldrich aud Secretary
Kcogh, to review tho roll of delegates as
tnado up by the secretary, but this was also
ruled out ot order. There was angry de
bate, but It accomplished nothing. Tho
committeo wero agaiust the chairman but
they could not budge him an Inch. They
could do nothing but bounce him, and
that they vrcro afraid to tackle, lie was
NEW SERIES-NO. 294.
somewhat checked by the committee mak
ing the selections for the temporary officer, '
and getting Hoar ot Massachusetts In
chairman pro tern.; but this may have been
a concession to the anti -Grant side.
One rather irritating fact to the emper
or's forces is that
THE COLOHED B BOTHER,
his most devoted servant, is doing mischief.
Nearly every southern delegate state that
there is not a chance of carrying his state.
This suggests the inquiry, why then nomi
nate Grant at all? In order to have any
chance ot winning It is necessary to nonti- '
nate a man satisfactory to the north and
west. Grant is not by any means a unani-
mous choice in these sections, and hence,
some other candidato must be elected. :
This is the logic springing from the utter
ances of colored men, and it is certainly
aggravating for tho Grant men to be thtw ,
worried by their faithful ally. Worse
than all this is the threate'ned fate of the
unit rule. If it fails the band that, '
binds delegations is broken and
there will be hardly one solid for "the
old man." In point of numbers the
antj-third term meeting on Slonday night
was far ahead ot the Grant demonstration.
Neither was a striking affair, but the fail
ure in tho Grant meeting is most siguifl- ,
cant. It in really a little remarkable that
the great captain should fall in having a
harmonious delegation in his own statt and '
that tven a public demonstration in his
honor, notwithstanding bands and electric
lights and a terrible racket in advance,
held in the great city of his owo
state, should lack enthusiasm and
"boom." The Sherman men, and
among them Gov. Foster and Dcni
son, emphatically express the opinion that.
Grant Is beaten. The former claims 19
votes for Sherman. The Ohio delegation
are not a unit on the Sherman question.
Gen. Garfield's name is spoken , of as
probable candidate' The activity of the '
Washburno men seem somewhat depressed
and some of them say his candidacy is
contingent upon Grant's failure. Others
WASHBCBNE AND EDMUNDS
Would make an invincible ticket. Boss
Logan is bitterly opposed to Washburne.
The truth is that even yet the shadow of
Grant darkens the air. Nearly every one
here except the out and outers think his
chances are gone, but his strength is an un
known quantity, and tho address and dar
ing of his managers and the personal pres
tige of tho man destroy the confidence of
niVEB AND HARBOK BILL.
Washington, June 1. The senate took
up the river and harbor bill to-day and by 6
o'clock, the hour of adjournment, had al
most completed its consideration. It is ia
many respects the worst bill that has ever
been made by congress. It appropriates
the largest sum ever before contained in a
river and harbor bill as it left tho iouso '
commerce committee, and it has been ia- k
creased in the senato so that it now calls
for over nine millions of dollars. The im-;
portant rivers and harbors have as usuaL :
been neglected for the creeks and brooks
of the country. Late this afternoon Sena
tor Beck made a vigorous protest against
the bill, which is almost four millions in
excess of the engineers. Of course it will
pass, bat many of those who will vote for
it are saying that they wish they could see
their way clear to voto against it.
The appropriation for the Mississippi be
tween tho mouths of the Ohio and Illinois
was restored to $250,000. Thi3 was largoir
due to an excellent speech by Senator Vesr
who showed that m the two hundred and
forty-seven miles included in this reach,
was to be found as much commerce as in
uny stream of similar length in the country
Senators Coekrell and Vest also secured
restoration of the appropriation lor Hanni
bal, which had been stricken out by the
committee because the committee could
not find the report of the engineers. The "
appropriation of fiO.OOO for the ice harbor
at St. Louis was also restored. ' ;
Washington, Juno 1. The judiciary-
committee of -the house to-day agreed to v
report exonerating Acklen from any criinU
nal intent. This result has been foreshad
owed for several days and Acklen is legia
niug to assume his wonted cheerfulness. :
Mr. Kiug, Acklen's colleague, who hall, ''.
been activo in prosecuting tho chargec
against him, is very indignant at tho result
of the long labor of the committee. Ho ::
thinks Acklen's performance was a clear
case of forgery, equal in criminality to tho
signing of another's name to a note. lie
ays tho report of the committee is a white- :
washing scheme. The committee is ready ,
to report to the house.
Five Hcndhed Dollar, reward was
tor 'years ofi'ured in every raner
of the laud by tho former nroDriotor
Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy, foe v
caso of catarrh it would not euro. It cures
by its mild, soothing, cleansing, and heal--
tig properties. tiuti or dust of any Uid
dries up catarrh aud drives it to tho lungs. .
This remedy has stood the test of tine,.
laving Deen a popular romodr for a quarter
i a century. Sold by druggists at fitrjr
cents. . ..