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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. .
MIU AND 00XMIHB10N.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Prie Paid for Wheat.
Major N. B. Thistlewood.
Treaaurer T J. Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Coanaelor Wm. 8. Gilbert.
Marahal-L. U. Mey.r.
Attorney William l!tdrlck .
oako or ALDtliMM.
First Ward-reter 8anp. T. M. Klmbrongh.
8cond Ward-Jesse lilnkle, C. N. Hughes.
TKI. T.fl r Hl.Wn John Wood.
....,. n.,.,4 r'v...!.. n P.Har. Altnlnh SwO-
Fifth Ward-T. W. Halliday. Ernest B. Tattlt.
R.R. THIS CARD AT CAIRO.
I ILLINOIS CE3TRAL R. R.
Ua ABUVI. TRAtM D1PART,
Vail..... .4:10 am
Mall : P.n
a uam I IKlDrcn. .... B.aip.m
Accom'datlon. 4:00p m I tAccmdatlol..U.lua.m
M1S8 CENTRALS. It.
Mall ....... 5 :S0p.mtMall 8 :
RrnrMt 11 :30 a m tBxnret 9.a.m
C.AST.L.R. R. (Narrow Qange.)
4 1 n m I 'KioreM- 9:40 a. m
Aetom'datolnH:Slpra Accom'datlon. IMp.n
landaTMCM'i 6:0s pm I Bunday eienr n 8:40 a m
T.L., I.M.AB.B. R.
Express :Mi.m I tExprw-..r-.W:Wp m
Accom'datlon. I:p.m tAecom'datlon.H.45 a.m.
CAIRO VIKCENNESR. R.
in ill Ali 8:00 a.m I Mali Bf.... 9:19 pm
; Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
CAIRO BAPTIST. corner lento in. v"
street; preaching first end third 8undye In
1L - J T)m1
ngThutadaV. 7:P. m.; Sunday .cWd.9:3U .pm
h month, 11 a ra. ana c p. i "?;
AVV . A m)wi
CHTJRCH OF THE REDEEMER (BpUcopal)
Fonrteenth atnt5 bunday 7:6t)a. m.. Holy
Bnchaetat; :l a m ; Sunday school; lO:loa.Bj.,
Homing prayw: :'p- m., yenln prayer, r.
P. Davenport, 8. T, R. Rector.
tTTHRST MISSIONARY , BAPTIST CHURCn.
JT Piwehln at W:80 a. u.., 1 p. .. nd 7:30 p. m.
Babbath chool t 7:S0 p. m Rev. T. i. Shore,
f UTnERAN-Thlrtecnth treet; srrlce Sab
j bath 1:30 a. m.; Bunday school! p. m. Rev.
f ITHODI8T Cor. BlgniP ana yainuiswi.
i PrmrJiins Hannain iu.au a. m
and 7 p. m.;
Bchool, a. m. Rev. Whltuker, paetor
PRKfiBYTERIAN Eighth treet; preachlnr on
Rabbath at 11:00 a. m. and T:0 p. m.j nrayer
tneeUng Wedneaday at 7 '.SO p. m.; Sunday School
at 8 p.m. Rev. B.Y.tieorge, pastor.
T. JOSEPH'S -flloman Catholic) Comer Oros
h ind Walnnt street; eerrlce Sabbath 10:80a,
b.; Bunday School at 8 p. m. j Vespers S p. m.; er
nee yry day at t a. m. Itev. O'Hara, Prlost.
i x, PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
n a'tmat and Washington avenue ; service Bab-
h.th a and 10 a. m. : Vesper 8 p.m.: Sunday School
i n. m. aarvico every dar at 8 a. m. Rav. Masterson
j County Officers.
!i ClrenltJndgo-D.J. Baker.
I! ClrenltClor-A. n. Irvln.
Coroner-R.Fltr.gerald. njUdM j A
. coanty CommlssloneraT. W. uaiuaay, d. A.
Olbb and Kamuol Brlloy .
NEW YORK STORE, .
I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
'The Largest Variety Stock
! - IN THE CITY.
' GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER te CO.,
cowtMUnthirH Piiiro. Ill
OommerttalAvrtaaf vaUV All
flEOROE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvrtieian and Surgeon,
Special attention tiatd to the Ilomeonathlc treat-
ment of surgical disease, and disease of womeo
Office: No Iff Eighth itraet, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, 111.
H. MAREAN, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office on Commercial avenue near the corner of
Jlgbtb street, over Tabur brother' Jewelry (tore.
Kealdence eornor Fourteenth street and Wuh.
The Celebrated Electro VaDur and Mudtnatil
Bath which are an niifaillnit cure for KhiMnnattum
Neuralgia, Fever-Ague and manr other ailment,
administered dally during offlc hoars.
Office hnnrt. from 8to 12 a. m.. from 1 to B and
from 7 t 8 p.m.
Sammer Wood and Kindling
conatantly on hand
At Seventy-five centa per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trtmmlne"ara eoareahavlnffS and make
the beat inmmer wood for cooking pnrpoeeaaa well
as the cheapest ever Bold in Cairo. For black
annul i nn InaatnnK Urea, tney are unequalled
wave ,nor oroeri at ine i enm iireot wooa raxa
rpHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W.P. HALLIDAY, PrefHent
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vlee-Prcildent.
TQOH. W. HALLIDAY, Caahler.
ITAAT TTlia - W. P. BU.UDAT,
BINBT L. BAIXOJ4T, ft. H. OUaVIMSBAM,
a. u. mxuMaon, vtipbir auu,
a. B. OAHDII.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT ASD BOLD.
Depotlu recalled and a general banking tuMneri
8TOVK8 AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLE
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER. !
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
THE IOE KING.
Hoadynow. to furnish and deliver inn In any I
Hu.uuiy uova wuuivsaia ana retail, ana at
ROCK BOTTOM. PRICES.
I respectfully inllclt the patronage of all my old
friend and a many new one, aud guarantee them
ma suartntee tnei
1 Ll'tWi 0T W
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TRAIN LBAVB 0AIKO,
Arkanaat and Texas Expres....,m,ll ;80 a.m. Daily
ARRIVS AT CAIRO,
Kinross S:Ma,m. Dally
Accommodation urn) p.m. pany
Ticket offloei No. 56 Ohio Leves. , .
II. H. MILBURN, Agent.
UAIHU. lJULJUWlB. FRIDAY .
A Tt TT " TIT r -m -B"W a
THE GREAT SKIN CURE
Itching: and scaly diseases, scrofulous
Humors, Ulcers, Old sores and
Mercurial Affections, When
: all other human agen
TOE CLTIOURA TREATMENT, for tho cure of
ekln, ecalp and blood diieiuep, conelett In tho
Internal ne of Cutlcara renoltent, the new blood
purifier, and the external ue of Cutlcura and Cu-
tlcura oap, the great (kin cure.
Por unburn, tan and grwiiy akin nee CuUcura
oap, an exnlalu tollut, bath and nuracry aanatlve,
fragrant with delicious flewer oduri and healing
Will McDonald, mi Dearborn l:,('hlcii;o, grate
fhlly acknowledge! a enre of ealt rheum on head,
neck, facA, arms and lege for seventeen yeare: not
' able to walk except on handn and knee) for one
fear; pot able to help hlmnelf for eight yearn; tried
hundred! of remediea; doctor pronounced hi
cue hopeled; permanently cured by the Cutlcur
H. B. Carpenter, f.tq , nenderton, X, Y., cured
of Porlael or Leproay, of twenty year Handing,
by the Cutlcura Roaolvent Internally and Cnticnra
and Cutlcura Soap externally. The moit wonder
ful caae on record. Cure certiRe to before a Jus
tice of the peace and prominent citizen. All af
flicted with Itching and icaly dlaeaaei ebould send
to a for tfali testimonial In full.
F. n.Drako, Ksq Detroit Mich, eurTered beyond
i U description from a skin disease which appeared
on hi hand head and face) and nearly destroyed
hi eye. The most careful doctoring failed to help
him, and after all had failed he nsed the Cnticnra
Resolvent Internally, Cutlcura and Cutlcura soap
; externally and he was cured, snd ha remained
perfect!? well to this dav.
Hon. Wm. Taylor, Coston. say, "AOr three
month' ne of cutlcura remedies, and l'i years
from a constant snrTenng from humor of the face.
neck and scalp as was ever endured, I cm say that
I am cured, and pronounce my case the most re
marka'tle on record. I have been so elated with
my success that i have stopped mun on the tireet
who were afflicted and told them to gut the C at leu
ra remedies and thev would cure them.
Mr. S. B. Whipple, Decatur. Mich., writes that
her face, head and some prt of her bodv were al
most raw. Head covered with cals and tores.
Suffered fearfully and tried everything. Perman
ently cured by Cnticnra Remedies .
Remedies are for sale bv all druggist.
Pnto of Cutlcura, a tni'dtdmil telly, small boxes
SOcts ; large boxes ft. Cutlcura resolvent, lb
new blood partner, $1 per bo' tie. Cutlcura Medl
clnal Shaving Hoap, lfrts; In bars for barber and
large consumers. tjOcts. Principal depot
VKBK3 it I'OTTEK, Huston, Mass.
IVA1I mailed free on receipt of price.
One Cor.im'a Voltaio
Ei.kctric Plasteii. costlns
Mr f" amntimtlvt fr superior to every
public. Ihev instantly re
lieve Dyspepsia, Llvor Coin
tuaint, Mumria, Fever std Ague and Kidney and
Urinary Difllctilties. and may be worn over the pit
of the stomach, over the kldnev or any affected
part. Price 25 cents . Sold everywhere.
wttiis a funtit, Huston. Masc
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Lane Kunning
Making Direct Connection
Tbaiw Lsavi Cairo:
i ' 3: ID am. Mail,
Arriving In St. Loots 9:43 a.m.: Chicago, 8:80 p.m.;
Connecting at uuin ana minngnain tor Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and point East.
11:10 a.m. St. Lou I a and Western
Arriving In St. Lout 7:05 p. ro., and connecting
(oral! point West.
4:20 p.m. Faet KxpreM.
orBt. Louli and Chicago, arriving at St. Loni
. t0:40p.m.,and ChlcagoT:90 a m
4:SO p.m. Cinoinnntt Kxpre.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louilllo 7:20
: a m.: Indlanapoll 4:00 a.m. Passenger by
this train reach the abovo point 10 to 3
lloUKS In advance of any other route.
' lsrThe4:80 p. m. express has PULLMAN
Fast Time Kat.
morning at intss.
im arrives in new i ui
Thirty-six hoar In sdvance
any otnor route.
Ifor through ticket and further Information,
ppW at Illinois Central Hallroad Depot, Cairo,
, uo. iiuunsun,
J. u. JON Ed,
Oen. Southern Aaent. Ti.-kni A rent.
A. H. BAM HON, Qen. Iass, Agent. Chicago
raSSeilfferS MWXSffiWMli elcetioa for county.
,.e?.?;.8nl,.ntervo.n'nK- TheBt"rJl&JJ!.e.r; November next.
AlUHlNilMW, SEPTEMBER 10,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
XUW YOUK GRAIN.
Naw Yokk, September 11, 13 m.
Wheat irregular- No. Chicago
$1 3839. No. 3 Rod Winter, 1 46&.
unicAoo, chain and pokk.
CaiCAao, September 15, 10 a. m. '
Pork Oct. 19 00; Jan. $20 45.
Wheat Oct, 1 31; November
Com Oct, 05c Nov, C7c.
Oals-Nov. 42; Oct. 40.
Chicago, Soptember 15, 12
Pork-Oct 19 40;
Wheat Oct, $130; November
Corn Oct, 051 Nov. 00?.
Oata Nov, 42)4 s I.Oct. 40J4.
Cmicaoo, September 15, 1 p. m.
Tork -Oct, $19 47Jf Nov, $19 02.
Wheat Oct, $1 30.'4'; Nov
Corn Oct.'OS'c; November, COc.
Oats Oct. 40;N&v. 42?8'.
TIIE RIVER IMPROVEMENT.
(New Orlean Democrat.)
The New York Timea Btrorijfly opposes
the improvatnent of the. Mississippi river,
on the ground that it would chiefly re
dound to tho benefit of tho western cities
and state9, while the expcDHe would have to
be borne in large part by other sections. It
thinks also that Homo large railway interests
would be injured by it and that the cities of
the Atlantic coast would not be benefitted.
The Times is an able paper, and we are as
tonished to find in its columns an article so
utterly destitute of reason and logic. We
would not have been surprised to find such
narrow views expressed in the columns of
some journal edited in the interest of, and
owned by, the eastern railway magnates,
who aro beginning to feel the competition of
the river route; but we thought that, out
sido of politics, the Times entertained
broad and statesmanlike views.
Fortunately the interests that are involved
in and which demand the improvement of
the great national and natural commercial
highway are too numerous and powerful to
bo successfully opposed any longer by tlio
once irresistable power of . the north and
etibt in congress. New York and the east
ern Atlantic cities and the eastern railway
interests raj; - no longer dictate and shape
legislation on the subject of internal im
provements; the voice of the west and
northwest and south and southwest will
hereafter be heard insisting upon a fair and
equitable expenditure of the government
funds the people's money.
The inhabitants of the Mississippi valley
cannot be further deluded into the belief
that the improvement ot Hell Gate is a
matter of national importance, and that the
Mississippi river is only a small stream of
purely local importance to cities of the
west and to New Orleans.
1 l ey will enter respectfully but earnest
ly the protest made by the Indian in the
well-known transaction in which the white
man tendered him tho buzzard every time
and as carefully retained for himself the
turkey. They have been, so to speak, lor
loj these many years regaled on buzzard,
and now naturally call for a change of a
diet which is neither appetizing nor health
iul. To drop unsavory metaphor, however, wo
may say for tho benefit of the Times and
tuos w,o, ie it, oppose the improvement
of tho river that a little more than one-lialt
of the entire population
States are deeply
of the United
this matter, and
securo such legislation
as will make
the Mississippi tho grandest carrier in
tho world, a blessing to this whole conn
try and to the world at large. The hun
dreds of millions of dollars that have been
saved to the producers of the west since the
jetties were built have had tho effect of
building up a powerful support for the
river route, and the fact that grain can be
shipped to Liverpool from St. Paul, Minn.,
via tho Mississippi, cheaper and to better
advantage than via railways and canals, has
gained for tho river numerous and power
ful friends. The east has beeu fairly eup
ported for yearB past by government monoy
annronriations havo showered thick and
fast upon her and she has fared sumptuous
ly every day. There are other guests at the
banquet, however, who, though forced to
sit below the salt heretofore, propose now
to assert their just claims to a fair share of
Tho Journal has already notod tho
that Judge B. S. Prettyman, of Pekin, has
published a communication in a paper of
that city controverting tno position oi wov.
Palmer, that there cannot legally bo an
officers In this state, in
Tho argument of the
- r i . , , ,, ,, ,
ot judge is, in substance, that while the law
of the. last general assomuiy, (in lorce juiy
1, 1881) is contesscdly an amendment to
I the election law as It stood under tho con-
at . , .
stitution before it was amonded by adoption
of the amendment submitted by the thirty.
first general assembly, it does not necessarily
"repeat" that law. He especially maintains
that this is the caso with Section 10, Chap
tor 40 of tho revised statutes of 1874, and
on this assumption lie banca an argument
to show that the amending section maybe
construed with the old law without violence
to either, and that therefore there must bo
an election in accordance with the latter.
In taking this position, and in his very
plausiblo argument in support of if,, Judge
Prettyman must have tailed to examine
carefully the title and tho letter of the first
section of tho law of tho Inst session. The
titlo of the new law is as follows:
Ax Act to amend sections sixteen (16), seventeen
. (IT), nineteen (Iti), twenty-one (31). twenty-two
(iij, twentv-three (21). and twenty-four Oil) of an
act entitled, "An act In regard to aecttons and to
provide for filling vacancies lu elective ofllces,"
approved April S. Il7i, in force or July 1, 1874.
This indicates the intention of the legu
lature in tho adoption of the act oi the last
session, but tliip is shown more clearly and
specifically in tie first section of th'j amend
ingact, which roads m follows:
Sec. 1. Be it enacted, to. : That sec
tions sixteen (10), seventeen (17), nineteen
(19), twenty-one (21), twenty-two (22),
twenty-three (23;, and twenty four (24) of
an act entitled, "An act in regard to elec
tions, and to provide for filling vacancies in
elective offices," approved April 3, 1872, in
ceJuly l,l3i2,bo amended so as to
READ as follows:
It is clear from tho language of this sec
tion that it was not the intention of the
thirty-second general assembly to "amend"
the act of 1872 by connecting with it ad
ditional words, but the amendment wasono
of substitution purely. In other words,
the act of 1881 takes the place of that of
1872, bo far as the sections referred to are
concerned, and Judge Prettyman must have
entirely overlooked the language which we
have capitalized in the first section ot the
act which he is discussing, in assuming
that the in section 16 is to bo construed
with and ns an addition to the old section
bearing the same uuinber. r'
Io our opinion, Gov. Palmer has put tho
CuZ'J most clearly and most accurately,
when be argues:
1 . That for want of a law to authorizo
an election on the Tuesday after the first
Monday in November, 1881, or any other
day until tho Tuesday after the fust Mon
day of Novetulnir, 1882, no election can be
held until the time last named for county
judges and county clerks, and
2. That ns the terms of the officers men-
tioned are for tour years, and until their
successors arc elected and qualified, aud as
there can Ijo no election until November,
188-', and no qualification of the persons
elected until the first Monday in December
following, tho present incum!ents will re
main in office until 1882.
This, it seems to us, comprehends tho
whole case in a nutshell, and there is no
escape from this conclusion without disre
garding and violating both the language
and the intention of the Act of 1881.
The Luck of a Chicago Broker.
In the hearing of oue of our reporters, the
following was i.ucly related by Lewis II.
O'Couor Esq., wbnn' ..'lb., is located at 03
Washington Street, Una city, ns an evidence
of special good fortune: I have been suf
fering, stud Mr. O C'uor, tor a number of
weeks with a severe pain in my
back, believed to Im) from tho effects of a
cold contracted while on tho lakes. I had
Itecn prescribed for by several of our physi
cians and used various remedies. Three
days ago, I abandoned them all, and
bought a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil, applied
itotnigbt before retiring,and to day feel like
a new num. I experienced almost instant
relief and now feel no pain whatever. I
must express my thankfulness for tho in
vention and manufacture of such a splendid
medicine ond shall estccem it a duty, privi-
lego and pleasure to recommend it in tho
future for similar ailments.
A Signal Victory.
The value of electricity us a remedial
agent has gainod a signal victory over prej
udico. Thomas' Eclectric Oil stands foro
most in this class of componds. Testimon
ials from all parts tell of tho wondrous
cures ot rheumatism, neuralgia, hurts, and
sores, etc., effected !y its agency, raul (J
Stop That Cough.
If you are suffering with a cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in tho throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is tho great remedy that is causing so
much excitement bv its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's Now Dis
covory have been used within the last year,
and have given perfect satisfaction In every
instance. Wo can unhesitatingly say that
this is really tho only sure euro for throat
and lung affections, and can choorfully
recommend it to all. Call and get a trial
bottle froe of cost, or a regular size for $1.
For sale by Oeorgo E. O'Hara, Druggist,
Cairo, III. (3)
Thos. Howard, Bradfod, Pa., writes : "I
enclose money for Spring Blossom, as 1
said I wtjuld if it cured mo ; my dyspepsia
has vanished with all its symptoms, Many
thanks; I shall never bo without it iu the
house.' TricoBO cents, a trial bottles 10
cents. Paul G. Schuli, Agent.
A bmoot complexion can Ihj had by every
lady who will nso Parker s Ginger Ionic,
For promptly regulating tho liver and Kid
nnys and purifying tho blood thore is noth
ing like it, and this is tho reason why it so
quickly removes pimples and gives a rosy
bloom to cheek. Sno notice.
SERIES NO. 359.
"I nAVE suffered beyond endurance."
"My life has beon a been a burden to me.1
"I have been denied the pleasure of so
ciety." Extracts from testimonials of those)
cured of skin and scrofulous humors by the
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to be the best, as well as the cheap,
est harrow that has ever been offered to the
farmer. I sell s first class standard two- ,
horse harrow that will easily harrow 20
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can be ordered by letter and shipped ' .
according to directions warranted to give
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer . wishes to
make it at home and save freight, and give
is jUHt the size and weight he wants, I will ;
tell the plan with instructions and right ,
to mako one, and send it by mail tor one
dollar. If village mechanics wish to make
it to supply their customers, I will give,; .
them very favorable terms, and they will
have n addition tho advantage gamed by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to make. Rmid , for circular and price
lut, S. Hatchinson, Griugsville, Pike Co.,
Illinois. Sold by Jchn McNulty, Cairo,
"Lindsev's Dlood Searcher"' tho irreat
medicine for fever and ague, malara, and
blood poison. Don't tail to use it. . .
A Conffh. Cold or Sore Throat ' "
should be stopped. iNeglcct frequentl r
sulti in an Incurable Lung disease or Con
sumption. Brow a 's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsaniB, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in V
ivsuiina, uronciiuis, uouijlis, Uatarrb, and
the Throt Troubles which . 81ngers and
riuiiicopoaauri are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained :
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age.' Sold at 25 cents s
box everywhere. . .
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for the cure ot Nervous Debili- .
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial beforo purchasing. Those Elec
trie Devices are the invention of Dr, D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to bo tho only Electric; Devices or
Appliances for tho euro of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. Sco their advertisement in this
Eugene Cross, Swan street, Buffalo,
writes: "I have used Spring Blossom for
dyspepsia and indigestion, aud have found
it to act admirably as a gentle aperient and
wooa punner. I consider it unequaled ;
'you are at liberty to use my name as a
reference."' Price 50 cents, trial bottles
10 cents. Paul G. Schch.
The expenditure of brain power too se
verely in children often results in physical
debility; the use of Fellows' Hypophos-
pliiteR exerts a singularly happy effect in
such cases. . -.j.
Go to Paul G. Schuli for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
trom 3 to 3 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 13 cents.
In Good Spirits.
T. Walker, Cleveland, O., writes: "For
the lust twelve months I have suffered with
lumbago aud general debility. l com
menced taking uuruock Blood, Bitters
about six weeks ago, and now have great
pleasuro in stating that I have recovered
my appetite, my complexion has grown
ruddy, and feel better altogother." Price
fi.uu, trial size 10 cents.' - ;
' Paul G. Scncu, Agent.
Write to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, No.
233 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pam
phlets relative to the curative properties of
her Vegetablo Compound in all female com
It is simply marvelous how quickly con-
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever"
and aguo, and malaria, are cured by "Sel
lers' Liver Pill."
Gold to the amount of $1,803,00 reached
New York, Tuesday, by the steamer
Live hogs have scored another advance
in the Chicago market, several sales having
been made at f 7.35 per 100 pounds. : , '
Dr. Agncw stated very emphatically
Tuesday that "the president never had an
abcoss on tho lung." The trouble .was
merely a circumscribed inflammatory trou
ble in tho nature of bronchial pneumonia.
At the Methodist Ecumenical ' Council
Tuesday the practice of some Methodists in
sending their children to Roman Catholic
Schools was very soverely condemned. Mr.
Todd, a delegato from Philadelphia, de
clared that sceptical science was doing
great irjury to tho church.
Sergeant Msaon, who fired at Guitoau, is
still under guard at the arsonal. No official
notice of his offense has reached the war
department, but ho will be promptly sur
rouderod if demand be mada by the civil
authorities; otherwise, he will be tried by
court-martial. Genoral 8hcrman was inter
viewed at New York in regard to the mat
tor, and said he would have the affair sifted
to the bottom, and see that the guilty ones
do not escape punishment. Gniteau hat
boon romoved to another cell.