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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 10, 1830.
NEW SERIES NO. 3G0.
I)l!lF.rT()IlV. I (i.nnn.n.' I I ' i.
Of I tie leading buslnc house whoso advertise
ments may foe found In Tin Bum.iwk .
C. O. Patler & Co., Commercial avenue and Nine
(. I). Williamson A Co.
Vocum A Brodcriclc, Wash. Ave . cor. Eighth.
T, J. O'LjujjiuId, Poplar, cor. Twentieth.
Dr. J. il. Marian; office, 1 to Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. (.'". Jori-ljn, EIhtU near Commercial.
Dr. U. W. Wnitlock.lW Commercial avenue.
1!jM, Smyth, No. W Ohio Ivvea.
II. II. I'audw, No.?')Ohlolevee(np Htnim).
E'lttitabl Life, of Sew York, corner Twelfth and
Widow, and Orphan. Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Commercial avenue.
DIUOGISTS-WHOLEsALE AND RETAIL.
(A-o. E. 0'IIara,Eiihtcenth aod Commercial.
Alexander County Hank. itii and Commercial.
It National, Ohio levee.
Champion. Three Statu.
Jhn Hjirost. corner Twelfth aud Levee.
K. C. Ford, Corner Ninth and Commercial.
p ENEKAL DELIVERY open i:s) a.m.; closes
J ii:.wp.iu.; Suuday:to a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a.m.; closes
a p. ui.
Through Express Main via Illinois Central 3:0
M itilppl C'uutral Railroad done at !io. m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Throuuli and ft'ay Mall
t!i'e at t P. in. ,
Way M ill via llttnois Central. Calm and ln
cenne ar.J Mis.sippt Central Railroads close at
" Vy Siilfjr Narrow Gani;c- liaUroad closes at
.'ciiVo'ar.a Evansville P.lvcr Runte dole at 2:S0
p. m. I!iy (except Friday).
Treasurer Edward lK-zoc!a.
Clerk Dennis J. Folev.
Counselor--Win. B. Gilbert.
A ttoruey W 1 1 1 la m 1 i e n trie X s .
itoAKU or aldskhi.
Ktr-t Ward-M. J. Howiey
Second Ward -David T. Lltexar, C. H. wood-
m"hti Ward-W. P. Wrk'ht. Egbert Smltb.
Fourth Ward Charle. 0. Patter. Jame. Kynastoa
Kiltb Ward-T. W. Uulllday, Ernest U. I'etttt.
Circuit Jud'-D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk I. A. Kinvcs.
County Jud.-e-R. f. Yocuiu.
County Clerk S. Husim.
County Attonwy W. C. Mnlkey.
t oumrTreaswr Mile W. Parker.
Cotintv .ommlsiouers T. . ilal.laay, J A.
il. lubtMi, Samuel Briler.
4 PKICAN M. E. -Fourteenth trW. Aween
l. Waluut and Cedar .tree!: ervlcri habtia.li 11
a. ci. aud J::wp. m.; Sunday bcuooi i.p.u.
f UUISTIAN-Elnhteenth atree.t; meeting Sali
va Battl lOMOp. m.i yrcw-miiK
UURCU OF THE REDEEM EKEplcopa'.)
Kj FourU-eutb ttreet; Sunday Morning prayer
10: W a. m.; eveninis prayer. 7 :) p. m.; Sunday
.chool ::JU a. m. Friday eyenlng prayer : J p. m.
T'ST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHrKCIX
l4 Pwachln at M: W a. m.. :) p. m.. and :3.i p. m.
habbatu achool at 7:W p. m. Kev. T. J. Shore.,
LrriIEK.N-Tlilrteenth .treet; .rvUe Sab
bath - a. m ; SumUy ectiool 2 p m. Kc.
METIIODIST-Cor. Elirhth and Walnut utreet;
Preaching Sabbath a m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer metlus!. Wedae.day 7::W p. ra.; Sunday
chool, a. m. Iter. Whittaker, pastor.
1JRESBYTEKIAS Eighth trect: prearhlng on
Sbbath at 11 :( a. m. and 7: p. m.; prayer
meotlug Wedoeadav at 7:3') p.m.; Sunday School
at i p. m. Kev. B. V. George, pator.
OECOND FREE WILL BAITIST - Flfteetth
O treet. betwoeii Walnut aud Cedar tret, cr
vice Sabbath at 3 and 7:i P- m.
nT JOSEPH'S fKoman Catholic) Corner t'ro
O an. I Walnut treet: er1ce StboalU lO:Wa.
m.; Sunday School at ip. m.; Vesper 3 p. m.; er
ice every day at S p. ra.
ST. PATRIflfS-f Roman Catholtc) Corr.pr Nlnil:
street and Wasblnjlon avenue; erylcei Sao
atU 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vepr 3 p. m. ; Snnday school
4 p. m. ; ervicei every day at a p. m. Kev. F. hel,
y II. MATLEAX, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician ami Sr?eon.
Olflca 1 Ui. amercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. aud Washington avenue, Cairo.
JJR. K. W. WIIITLOCK,
Offioi N'o. VV Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Streeu
"QR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Klghth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S TATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
' PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
j ' Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest anil Quickest Route
St. Louis anil Chicago.
The Only Line Kunninr Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Maklnjr 1)1
RECT C0XXKCTI0X with
Tkainh I.cavr Cairo:
Arriving In St. Lnnli : a.m.: Chicago. H:i p.m.;
Connecting at Odin and Effingham for Ciuclu
uatl, Loul.vllle. Indlauapolm aud point Eut.
1 1:15 a.m. Bt. I.ouU and AVewtorn
Couuectlng at bt . Lor.U for all points Wet.
I:"" P.m. I-'awt Kxiir'.
For St. Loui and chlcajn. arflvlug at St. I.oitl
u-.i: p.m., auu i nica'o i:-t, a.m.
:i 'X p. in. Cincinnati Kxpress.
Arrlvin;' at Cincinnati 7:U a.m.; I.ouivil!o 7:Ji
a m.; Indiauapoli 4:'J a.m. Pas-enir by
tilt" train reach the abovt point lUi lo 30
lioL'J'.S tu advance of any other route.
Fast Time East.
P'lisIfMMnilV ''' "" 8 through to Kant.
i u.m erD p0jn, witbout any di-iay
caued by buudny Intervening. The ttiirdi.v after
noon train frota Cairo arrive in new York Motukv
morning at 10::f. Thlrty-ix hourtiu adiaaceo'l
any other route.
'P-I'or through ticket ar.d further infor'nutlon,
i.nlu .1 I ill w..u . ..... I IJ I - I t.
rj"i iiu.ii rai rut ivutTunu iiL'pvi, v. Biro.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO.
Pipre : ::)' p in
AecoRimid.tt!uu :' :.') p ni
Mail 4:10 u m
J As. .lOHNSON. J. H. JONES.
Gen. SoHthefH Agent. Ticket Agent
W. p, JOHNs'.'N.Gt-n. Paenger Agvnt.
CAIRO t ST. LOUIS It. R.
II. W. -SMITHKUS, Heceiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE EETTEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 hrouirh Eip'e" leave Cairo 9:.a m
Through Expre arrive at K. St Loui.. 5:45p.m
Through Expirt leave E. St. Loui.... :!a.m
Throusfh Eaprv a'rrivc at Cairo S:10p.m
Mur5ihyboroaccommodat:onU-ave- Cairo 1 ::.' p.m.
Mti'paytboro Acc. arrive-at Murphyboro 7:r)p m.
,Murptiyi)oro Acc. leave Jl irphystioro. .. SJl'im
Murphrhoro Act. arrive at Cairo m
The Cairo 4 St. Lo;:iHall Knad 1 the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore there ari; no delay at
wav nation awaitine connection rroa otaer iice.
Cloe and nre connectioi: at St. Louis with other
line for North, Eat and Wet.
QIHO it MISSISSIPPI R'v.
TIME TABLE OF PASSF.NdF.lt TRAINS FROM
VINCENNES (N).'. oO, IS?!).;
No. S Day Etpr i Except mi n lay). ... 1 : i p. m.
' 6 Epre (Except Sv.u.lav) 1 p.m.
" 4 Niht Expre (Daily)' VJ:3.' . ni.
No. 5 Expre (Except Suncijy) fl:.'ja. m.
' 1 l)y Extirc (Exceiit Sunday).... S'M p. n.
" 3 Night Expre (.Dally) I:ila.m.
J. R. Clakk. C. S. Cons. Jit..
Agent Ytucenae. (Jon. Ticket Af't Cincinnati
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Relieved
And Can Prove What we Claim.
tyTh(.'ru ar no failure and no dlnppoint
ltient If you are troubled with SICK HEAD
ACHE yon cau be easily and quickly cured, as
hundred have he'U already. We ahull be pleased
to mall a hect of testimonial to any intended.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Alo cure all form of Illlloiiue. prevent Constl
patlou and Dycpeptia. promote Digestion, relieve
tv.itn f .... H... (.' ui.Hlll. Ii,..n( I k(ui,r.l..r
UIIII... IIUIH .,F .a,. BUI.IIRI kvi.vv. fc. cv., , , .
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, and Regulate
ine uowen. iney an an mm wy itiKinir jui one
little pill at a dote.' They are purely vegetable,
not gripe or purge, unit are a nearly perfect a
i ....jo.i.. r.. ..itt ... u.. !!.... .i d r r...
l. Sold bv drtigslt evervwhere or ent by mail.
Alll Ull dll.l'l(.l.lN ttlllbi 1A.
DT VAC? lw 1" I1"0 w,ta tool cowr
r 1 AlMrt auA ,louk). All atrtctly ttrt claa
ami told at wholesale factory
price. Thete plnnoa made one of the rluet din
plav at the centennial exhibition, and were iinuu
Imounlv recommended or the hlghoM honor, The
Square Grand contain Muthtiahek'a new duplex
ovemruug cnlo, the greatcit Improvoiiient In the
history of piano malting. The upright ro the
tluet In Amerlftt. Cutalogus of 48 piigea-malled
ilL'BII.EE ORHANS, tbo bet In tho world. An
8 atop organ only fUJ; 1:) top, !t7 with all the
lnleetnnd beat 'improvement, poelng power
depth, brllllaury and vmpnthetlc quality of tone,
lleaiitiful olo etl'ect and perfect utop action.
Solid walnut cue ol bciiutlnil delgn and elegant
Mulch, Circular free. All Piano and Urgan tent
on 15 day' teat trial frelghtfree If nnatifuctnrv.
Don't full to write m be- AD1 A XTtN
fore buying. l'oltlvcly a I I iIItA in
offer tho bet bargain. pttc.VJ.i,vi.xi.ij
tory and warernotn. 57th Street and Tenth avenue.
il7tflVT MirVJTpB' ono-thlrd price.
dJlftCii iUtOlt' catitlogua of 3,M
choice piece lent for 3c itanip. Addre,
ilcndel.olm Piano Co., Box 2058, Y,
If yon ru a man of btulue, woak'nud by the
a'rala of your dutlei, avoid itimulanu and taku
are a manor letter, tolling over you
vork, to roatoru brain and nerve vaa-.i
are young, and turTering from an In
Hon or dlaiipation, take
are married or single, old or younf,
ug fruu poor health or lauguihlngoi
a lied of aickneoa, take. ,
er you are, wherever you are. wheprvi
.hat your ytein needs cleansing. 3ti
Btimulatlng, without iutoxlcatlng.tal
'on dypepla, kidney or urinary cm
c of the stomach, bowel, blood, ilvi
nerves r You will be cured If you take
If yon are linp!y ailing, are weak and Ibw iplrltcd,
try It ! Buy It keep It. Insist upon t.
Your tlrutigUt keeps It.
It iiiiit rte yonr lite. It lias aarcd Hundred.
Tire DAILY BULLETIN,
The Daily Bulletin.
By Carrier, 5c Per Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
BIO Per Year, 810
It" pail Yearly or Semi-Yearly
The Weekk Bulletin.
A 4S Column S Pas:e Paper
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
6B.00 In Advice S?2.00
To CLUBS of FIVE or MORE,
f 1 .wO per Year.
The Hulletix Bindery
BLANK BOOK WOltK
Of ail Kind:?. .
STEAM JOB OFFICE
All Kinds of Job "Work
Estimates furnished and orders from
abroad promptly attended to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet; Half Sheet,
and Quarter Sheet Posters ami
Programmes, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Bills Lading. Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Wedding; Invitations, Book Work,
Etc.. Etc., Etc.. Etc.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday. June Tth. and until turther
notice the ferryboat will make trips m follows:
Ltuvi Lian tiavia
Foot Fourth at. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 MVU. ra.
9:00 a. ui.
8:00 p. m.
7:W a. m.
0::i0 a. m.
11:) a. ra.
8 a. m.
10 a. m.
9 p. m.
Compound Syrup of
HYPOPHOSPHITES ! !
IS A CERTAIN REMEDY FOIt
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS, Etc.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
SPEEDILY AND PERMANENTLY CURES
ConsoHtlon of the Lungs Bronchitis, Consump
tion, Nervous Prostration. Shortnesn of Breath,
Palpitation cf the Heart, Trembling; of the
Hands and Limbs, Physical Rnl Mental Depres
sion, Lou of Appetite Low of Energy, lim of
Memory. It will ruplillv improve the weakness
luui'tionn an J organs of the body, which depend
f ir health upon voluntary gcml-roluntarj' and
involuntary nervous action
It acts with vigor, (?entlene's aud subtlety, owing
to the exiuiite harmony of its ingredients, akiu
to pure blood lHeX Its tacte pleasant, aud Its ef
St. John, N B.
Mr James I. Fellows, Chemist, St John, N. B
Dear sir: Having ased your t'ompuund Syrup
of Hypophosphltes for some time In my practice. I
have no Hesitation lo recommending It to my pa
tients who are saffjring from general debility, or
any disease of the lungs, knowing that, even in
caiies utterly hopeless, it afford relief.
I am, sir, y.iur truly. II. ti. ADDY, M. D.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SYMPTOMS OF A
f." of npo-Ht . nt"."?.!, liowi-u rntlvc piin In
tu.- f. (i: wi' n a .lu.: .-t t rj tu u.e tl p't.
pain uu-ler t:i- .t.'.ler-i.ad tu ,n- alter (!
in.- ith a il i ! nc 1 1 ii u r t n to cx.-riinn of i 1 v or
ii.iu.l. in iiq.tiiity 1. 1 t.-'ti;i.-r. i
in-'. !(-! (:'
iut.'unT( . a n: nnv,!. n-.-. i.,uue
d'i'v. w-.triii.-"'. UK.: : v.-.. .i,f:v.s a' tt,.- rn-itrt
ri.'t- h.-;'.ir.-1 ...y..-. viMtw Min. n-fi.lrt' he. r:.
If these warning are nnhoe Ifd. serious diseases
win soon t:e devi loped.
Tl'TT.S PILL'S aro espxlaMv aiapf l to such
case, one. do-e eect such a change of feeling as
toa'touiih the eu3rer.
A Noted Divine Savs:
Dr.Tatt: Dear Sir: For ten years I have been a
martyr t. dysDepsu. coa"tt;atiou and piles.
La-t spring your pills were recommended; I used
them. I am now a well mau, hava a god appe
tite, digestion perfect, regular stools, piles gone,
and have gained forty pound of llesh. They are
worth their weight In gold.
KEV. K. L SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky.
They lncr;ie the appetito. an l cause the bodv
to take oa liesh. th is tue svst jm is nourished, anil
ty their tonic a.:tion ou thj dig-stlve organs, regu
lar stools are produced. Price J5 cjnts 35 Mur
r.iy Street. N, Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE
Gray hiiir or whlskri changed to a glossy black
by a single application of this dye, It Imparts a
natural cjlor. acts instantaneously. Sold by drug
gists, or s.-nt by express on receipt of il.
Office, 35 Murray Street, New York.
XO MO UK
OR GOUT 1
Manufactured only under the above Trade Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OFPARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warrautert. Permanent cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted Physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple, Uarmless and Reliable Kemedy on both
comments. The highest Medical Academy of
Paris reports 93 cures out of 100 cases within three
days. Secret The only dissolver of the poisonous
t'rlc Acid which exists In the Blood of Rheumatic
aud Gouty Patients. (1 a box; boxes for $.V
Sent to any address ou receipt of price. Indorsed
by Physicians. Sold by all I)rugglsts. Address
WASHBURN & CO.,
Only Importers' Dopot SIS Broadway, N, Y.
For Sale by BARCLAY BROS., and Drugirlsti
cfl Ti TTATTC1 IjI'
J. T. WAREEN ft CO.
04 & 66 W. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic dried and cauued Fruits and
Vegetables. Canned, dried and salt Fish. Pick
les, Sauces, Oil and Condiments. Soup
.tuffs, Baking Ponders, ground and
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, Seed, Jellies, Preserves
Faucy Groceries and Oro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOB OUR "GROCERS" MA3UEL.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
NEW YORK OIurN.
Nnw York, June 9, 12:09 p. m.
Wlieat -irregular No. 3 Chicago, fl 13
1 120; No. 2 Milwaukee, l 300121;
Red Winter, $1 2T01 33; No. 2 Rod
Winter, ,fl 33. Cora - quiet No. 2, 5-4.
Liverpool, Juno 9, 2:S0 p. m.
Wheat unchanged- Winter, iOs01Oa J;
SpringOs Gdi&Oi 9d; California average,
0d3.1i0s; California Club, lO.?01Cs 5d
Cora 4s lO'd.
CmcAoo, June 0, 10 :00 m.
Wheat June, 1; July, OSc; August,
Pork July. $10 42; August, 10 CO.
Cora June, 58"; July, jjCi; August,
0.it3-Ju:ie, C2; July, 2fl.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
THE I'.LISO'S DEMOCRATIC COSVESTION-H
Spp.i.s'G field, 111., June 8. The large
and early arrival of delegates anil promi
nent gentlemen to attend the Democratic
state convention of Thursday, indicates
that that meeting will be the largest held
in this state tor many years, The trains to
day brought in large numbers, and the con
vention is not held until day after to-morrow.
The Chicago and larger delegations
have not araived yet. Among the more
prominent gentlemen present not already
mentioned are Hons. S. S. Marshall, of
Hamilton, Jas. R. Edeu, of Moultrie, O. B.
Ficklin, of Coles, T. W. McNeeley, of Men
ard, chairman ot the state central commit
tee; Judge Crawford, of Union, Judge Van
devere. of Christian, R. L. McKintry, of Ed
gar, J. S. Drake of Rock Island. Among
the prominent candidates for governor are
mentioned, Lyman Trarabu'.l and Carter
II. Harrison of Cook, John F. Farnsworth
of Kane, Gen. Parsons of Clay, John II.
Oberly of Alexander, Wm. Drown of Mor
gan, Gen. Blade of Vermillion and Senator
Lee of Peoria. It is thought that among
this number will also be found the candi
dates for lieutenant-governor. Dr. Starkel
of St. Clair seems to be the only candidate
for auditor, A. Orondortf of Sangamon for
tor secretary of state, and Thomas Butter-
worth of Winnebago for state treasurer,
while Chas. Dunham of Henry, A. E
Wheat of Adams and R. L. McKialey of
Edgar are each in turn spoken favorably of
for attorney-general. Of course as the
time of the convention approaches more
candidates, and in some instances the
lucky ones, will appear on the scene
The fight of the convention will be
ever the delegates to Cincinnati
The Morrison men seem inclined to insist
on instructions for their man, but it is quite
certain now as gathered from expressions
of delegates already here that it is the pur
pose to scad th; best possible delegation to
the convention and have them go entirely
uninstructed. Tilden, Seymour, Palmer
and Morrison lor president have more
friends than any one else and it is quite
likely a delegation will go to Cincinnati
representing these gentlemen. Seymour's
strengtli will come from Chicago and the
northern end of the state, while Tilden's is
general throughout the state and Morrison
from Southern Illinois. Judge Davis has
little or no following at this time, as Dem
ocrats do not seem inclined to be for a man
who has always insisted that he was not a
Democrat, and present appearances indi
cate that the convention of uext Thursday
will refuse to resort to expedients and will
support no one but a straight out Democrat
for any position.
DKSPEKATE CHARACTER KILLED.
McRPitrsBoito. III., Juue 8. Our usually
quiet city was thrown iuto a fevr of ex
citemeut about ten o'clock last night by
the report that Juo. Davidson, a niau who
has enjoyed the reputatiou for some time of
being a desperate character, had rieen kill
ed by otie Jerry Kane. Your correspondent
hastened to the scene of bloodshed aud
found the dead man lying on the sidewalk
with a small kuife wound in the breast
which uu autopsy showed had penetrated
the heart. The particulars of tho affair as
far as we could ascertain were, that David
son had been drinking a great deal for the
past day or two, and was "square ou his
muscle," and said he was "the best man, on
the globe." Ho weut into the saloon of P.
Sundmacher and selected Kaue as the ' pur
sou upon whom iis muscle might exhibit
itself. He struck Kano on the head, and
was proceeding to demolish him whon
Kano stabbed him with fatal result. No
one sympathized with the dead man, as he
got what has bceu expected tor years.
Eight years ago Davidson shot and killed a
man named Burns, for which enmo bo es
caped conviction. Kano is a quiet, peace
able citizen. '
HORSE THIEVES CAPTURED. - -
Mjrphtsboro, III., June 8. Two men
named Wm. Lindsey and John Needhwa t
were brought up to this city to-day on ,:
charge of horse stealing. Lindsey itolo ' '
horse from Wesley Williams while plowing
for Williams, unhitching and driving off.
Needham stole his charge from Dr. W. W.
Essick. They were captured by Willam .
in the bottom of the creek whilo in posses
sion of one horse. Lindsey confessed aod
implicated Needham. Both horses were
recovered. The affair occurred near Po-
niona in this county and the men were
brought here by Constable Ycona of that
place. After an examination they were
sent to jail to await the action of the grand .
A BAD RAILROAD WRECK.
Lafayette, Ind., June 8. Twenty-six
cars broke loose from the yards of the Lake
Erie and Western' road here last evening;
and starting down the steep grade, rtn
nearly to South Street Btation, colliding
with a heavy freight Craia with two engines
attached, standing on a side track. Tue
cars were running at the rate of about
forty miles an hour when they struck. Val
entine Zeiglcr, who was on one ot the
engines, was instantly killed. Sixteen cars
of wheat and oats in tho wild train were
utterly demolished and three engines badlj
injured. It was a very singular accident.
Damage will foot up $13,000 or $20,000.
NOTES FROM SPRINQKIELD, It.1.8.
Snusc field, Ills., Juno 8. The state
auditor to-day registered $25,000 7 per
cent, funding bonds of tho town of Austria,
The secretory of state to-day licensed tbo
Advance Elevator company of East St.
Louis, with a'capital of $123,000. Incor
porators; Charles W. Isaacs, John Jack
son, D. P. Slatcry, Hugh Rogers and Rob
ert 8. McCormick.
CAPITAL SOTFS THE RIVER AMD HARBO'.t
Washington, June 8. The conference
committe on 'he river and harbor appropri
ation bill reached an agreement to-day.whicb
will be reported to the senate to-morrow.
They will recommend that the bill be
Anally passed in substantially the same
shape in which it passed the senate.
Houss conferences agreeing to most of the
Carlisville, 111,, June 8. A fire at,
Plainview List night destroyed the (louring
mill of Welch, Brown & Co. Loss estima
ted at 0,000; insured for $3,000 in the
following companies: North British and
Mercantile, $2,000"; Millers' association, of
Chicago, $2,000; Hartford, of Hartford,
$1,000. The origin of the fire is a mystery.
San Francisco, June 8. Victory's band
has gone to the Blade Range mouutaius,
near Hillsboro, N.M., to. recuperate.
Squads from the force are scouring the
country, stealing horses and committing
other depredations. No troops in the'
Avoidance of Malaria. Health may
be preserved as welt as recovered in mala
ria stricken districts, if a measure which
experience suggests, and tho valuo of 't
which the most positive evidence confirms
be adopted. This is to add stamina to the
physique and vigor to the constitution with
Hostetter's Bitters. This leading and time
honored medicine, which has met with em
phatic approval in professional quarters
lias for over one quarter ot a century been
the regnant anti-febrile specific of the
Unitua States. Nor is it scarcely less es
teemed in tho tropics, where the torrid ,
heat exhales iroui dauk, decaying vegeta-.
tion tho air poison which produces the
worst forms of fever and ague and bilious
remittent. Not only is it a specific tor
these maladies, but a standard remedy for'
dyspepsia, constipation, biliousness, rheu
matism and debilitating maladies. Emi
grants to the far west find it their surest
From the Hen. There is perhaps no
tonic offered to the people that possesses as
much real intriusic valuo as the Hop Bit
ters. Just at tins season of tlw year, whoa
the stomach needs an appetizer, or the
tlood needs purifyinp:, the cheapest and
best remedy is Hop Bitters'. An ounce of
prevention is worth a pound of cure, don't
wait until you are prostrated by a disease
that nitty take months for you to recover in.
To all who are sufferinjr from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
nessearly tlecay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will send a receipt that will cure 'you,
free of charge. This great remedy waa
discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope
to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D,
New York City.
Game Plavf.d For. -The "Republican,"
Omaha, Nebraska, says: "In tho game of
lite tho 'stake played for u health, wealth
and happiness. Each of these can bo ob
tained by tho use of Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure, Warner's Safo Diabetes
Cure, Warner's Safe Pills, Bitters, Nervine
Persons suffering from sick headache.
dizziness, nausea, constipation, pain in the
side, etc., are asked to try one vial of Car
ter's Little Liver Pills.
I have derived much benefit from usini
Fellow's Uypophosphites in chronic con
stipation. John O. Moort, Forest City,
Montana.' . , '.';., . ,.,:,..':. '.:
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