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DAILY CAIRO B ITLLETIN.
CAEtO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1881.
Circuit Judife 0. J. linker.
Circuit Clurk-A. U. Irvln.
County Judas K. H Yocum.
County Clcirk H.J. llamra.
County Attorney J. M. Dararon.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Hheillf John lloduua.
Coroner H. Fluaurald
County Commissioners T. W. Halliday, J. A.
Ulbbs and Peter raup,
Treasurer T J.Xurtb.
Clurk Dsnnls. J , KoUty.
CounselorWin. II. Gilbert.
Marshal -L. 11. Meyers,
Attorney W'UlUm Hendricks.
SOAK!) OF AXJjaKMIK.
Klrat Ward-Peter Banp. T. M. KlmbrOBgh.
riecond Ward Jeaao Ulnkle, C. N. Uugues.
Third Ward B. F, Blake, John Wood.
Kourtn Ward-Cuarloa O. Putter, AdolpJt Bwo
bods. Fifth Ward-T. W. HaUldaY, Ernest B. Pettlt.
CAIUO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
treat; preaching first and third ttundays In
each mouth. U a, m. and 7:3") p. in. i Pr72r,nme!Ll"
CHURCH Of THE R JC D E K M K K K plscoral)
Fourteenth street; Huuday 7:00 a tn.. Holy
Euchaatal; : a. m ., Hunday school 10:45 a.m.,
Morning prayers: 8:00 p. m., evening .rayera. P.
P. Daren port, 8. T, K. Hector.
11 K8T M18BIONAHV BAPTIST CnUHCH.
r ITttachlna at lu:!W a. n... p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
Batiballi school at 7:80 p. m Rut. T. J. Shores,
CTIIKHAN Thirteenth itreeti services Bab
1 J bath 1 :3o a. m. ; Sunday achool p . m. Rev .
MBTIIODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets,
Preaching Sabbath ll;00a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at aK) p. m. i!v. J. A. Scarrett,
PKKSBYTEKIAN ElKhth atreet; preaching on
habbatb at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
meotlog Wedneeday at T.Vtf.m.; Sunday School
at i p. m. Kev B. V. Oeore, paator.
ST. JOSEPH'S--, Roman Catholic) Corner Croas
and Walnut atresia ; services Sabbath 10:30 a.
n.; Sunday School at 2 p. ra. ; Vespers 3 p. m. ; aw
rice every day at 8 a. m. Rev. O'llara, 1 neat.
OT. PATRIC'8- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
0 street and Washington avenue; aervtcea bab
oath sand 10 a. m.; Vespers 3 p. tn.; Sunday School
1 p. m. aerrlcea every day at a.m. Rev. Masterson
11. 11. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAINS ftKPAKT. TH-M RRl'
Mail 8:15 a.m
Mall 8: p.m
tEiDrena :' a.m
t AccomdalloB..ll :10 a. m
uistl r-jrVTl AT. H
tMall 4:35 ..m I tMall.......... .. swp.m
tEipreia 10:15a in tEipreca 11:30 a.m
C. 4 ST. L. R. R. (Narrow Gauge )
Exprr 8:W a m I Kiprms 6: o p.m
Accom'datlrin. 1 :X p.m Accom'datoln 12:30 p.ni
ST.L . I.M. 48. H. R.
tBxpreaa I:n0a.m I tKxprcss .....ll:iua m
tAccom oatiun. ::wp.m tAccom datlon 11.45 a.m
wabasii. bt locis a pai ikic icy iu.
Mall A hi .... 5:00 vm 'Mail Ex.... 9:39 p.m
Dally excepi ounay. t umw.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino liunuins
) DAILY TRAINS
.... f - pat art
;t;15n ra. Mail,
,,ivtt, In St. Louis 9:45 a.m.; Chicago, 8:30 p.m. ;
Connecting at Odln and eimnttnam lor v-iucm-nail,
Loulavillc. Indluuapolia and polnta East.
,.io tt.m. Bt. Ixmla and Western
rrivlnijln St. Loula7:05p. m., and connecting
for all pointa Weal.
4:UO p.m. Ktiat Ji.xprps.
... t i . U Tnnla
nrSt. Louia aim , nican", mtitiuk
t0:40p,m., and Chicago 7:'J0 a.m.
4:JO p.m. Cincinnati KxprM.
rriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louiaville 7:20
am.; Indlanapolla 4:iw a.m.
thia train reach the above polnta 1J to 38
UUl'HS tu advance of any othor route.
rwTho4"30 p. m. expreaa haa PULLMAN
iKEPINOCAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
a l..iK d antinri in I.nnial kMIQ
VnAt Time East.
).,L)nil(rflvu by this line Rf through toEiwt.
SlSSGlllJPlS vrn points without ny dvlay
. ... a'..n,i... iti.rantifnf. Thit KutunUv ftfler-
I UU lllUU van-" -
. r n.i.si do. in nnn v trw m (innnv
i VKorthrouKh tlckeU audrurtnor inronnituuii,
, ... HU....I. fi..nt.a1 Itaalifnttd l"flint. PnlfO.
V t II V t HiaM . . , .
mi w hi. i iimr ip . rutini a i
Gen. Hontnorn Agenu iiuumisui,
i, H. HANSON. Oon. Paea. Agont. Chicago
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
ra .IK. I.KAVI ClIllO.
. i.nnui 1:00 a.m. Dally
aahivb at Cairo,
11 '10 a m. Dull v
11. 11. JBIUDUIW.
EORQE II. LEACII, M. D, '
Physician and Surgeon,
ru in HiiririrHi n lUMMMia. iuuuibvwv. w. nuiuuu
It. K. W. WlHTLiULJi.
moi-No, ISA Commercial Avenue, between
Khth and Nlutn Street
ii w ii .ii ii :h.i. v ra.
PICK Eighth Street, near ComD erclal Atenno
m r i r.a r , n i - , r. r ' l
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Jlills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
conatantly on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trlmmlnga"are coarse anavlnga and make
the beat enmmer wood fm cooking parpoaeaaa well
M the cheapest ever ao'.d tn t'af-o. For black
amtlh a nae inaetting tlrea, they are nneqnallM
Leave rnor oraera at the Tenth atreet wooa rara
O w K
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE -V5 STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and nntil tnrther
notice tne ferryboat will mane irtpi as roiiowa:
LlATia LBATBB LIATM
Foot Fourth at, Mlaaonri L&nd'R. KontarkjLdg,
10:00 a. m.
:00 p. m,
8:80 a. m.
9 a. m.
11 . m.
CAIRO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W, J. TUHNER, Maater.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
Loaves Cairo for New Madrid and war points
evory ruesuay, 1 nurtnar auu naiuraay ai 1 p, m.
.Returning leaves New Madrid Wuduuaday, Friday,
anil Aionuay awa.m.
COAL, WOOD ICE.
P M. WARD,
WOOD, COAL and ICE,
by the Ton ot Car Load, delivered in any part of the
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
tW Leave ordora at my Wood and Coal Office.
8TOVK8 AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES'
Manufacturer oi and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS Or JOB W0BK DONB TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
rpHE CITT NATNOAL BANK
CAPITAL, 5100. OOO
W. P. HALLTDAT, Preal-lent.
H. L. HALLIDAT, Vlce-Prealdenl.
TBOS. W. QALLIDAY, Cashier.
S. STAATS TATLOa, W. P. HALLrDIT,
BIMBT L. BA1XID4T, B. H. OCMMINSHAM,
a. u. rrjjAao, sTarum bird,
. B. OAHDIB.
Exchan;e, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Depoaltarecetvtd and a general banking baslneai
EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIE3 CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 PairA Til
Commercial Avenue J vallU, All.
YM. M. BAXTER & CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
Zincs, and Colors,
No. 62 Pearl Street,
- Our Liquid Taints are ready for Immediate uau on
openiug the packages, no oil, spirits of turpentine
or dryers being required,
runty. We guarantee their absohto purity and
their freedom from barytcs, clay, alkalis, water,
bonzine, aoap and other articles which are used to
adulterate liquid saints.
Covering Capacity. Thoy weigh flftcon to six
teen pounds to the gallon, and will cover bettor
IDVU JUUUUD W IUV KHIIUU, BUM ITIII W I lll'liv,
and more surface than any chemical paints or those
containing barytea or c
those add weight
rermanencr of Color Great caro baa been taken
in a electing colors for tinting, and we uau only per
manent colors, consequently our tints do not fude.
Convenience Any one who can use a paint
brush cau apply these paints, and being ready for
use, there la no waeta or excess of material, as is
the caeu often when lead, oil aud turpentine havo
to be purchased- The colors can always be exactly
matched aud there is u nece.alty of bavlug two or
three abadea on the tamo building, as Is often the
case when tints are made experimentally.
Our Pure Mquld Paints are put up In small cans
from 1 to S lbs., and also by tbe gallon, In packages
fiom cans of X, 1, S, 8 and 5 xal la. to kegs of 10, 15
and 25 galls., aud bbla. of 45 galls.
Sample Oaida an 'I 'ce Lists mailed to any ad.
ROLLINS' GRKAT WINTER
Excursion to New Orleans,
On Tucridat, Dkcbmbim IB, 1881.
The moat delightful season of the year to visit
the t'rescent CI y. On Thursday, December 15, at
Tn'cl ick a. m., a special train with amplo flrt olaas
accummndat ona including very beat day coaches,
Pullman palace sleepers, a well kept Uiifreshmnnt
car will leave Cairo and run through to New Orleans
vlaC. bt.L. audN.O. K.H.
Eound Trip Fare from Cairo, 912.50.
Tickets ftood to return for 10 day, The attention
of the ladles In particular, called to this excursion.
Tickets for sals at Cairo by Mr. James Ulggs,
Blood Poisoning Scrofulons Ulcers and
Itching Humors, Abscesses and
LEAD P0IS0NI NG Keen,DN .'
II., troubled with bad hutnor on hands and neck,
caused bv lead poisoning. (He's a palnti r.) At time
it woulu break out. crack open, and the skm sepa
rate from the tleah in large pieces, sull'ering great
continual Itching and stinging. Purchased your
remedies; used t'utlcura Keaolvent Internally, aud
Cutlcnra and Cuticura Hoap externally, and in less
than three months effected a complete cure, and has
not been troubled since. Corroborated by Dullard
& Foster, dr gglsw. Koene, N. 11.
Greatest on Earth
tlcara Itemedlee aro the greateit medicine ou earth
Had the wort case salt rheum In thla county My
mother had It twenty years, and In fact died from it
I believe Cuticura would have aaved her life. My
arms, breast and head were covered for three years,
which nothing relieved or cured until I uaed the
Cuticura Resolvent internally, and Cuticura and
Cuticura boap externally.
PcniM'luiu 11 S Carpenter. Esq , Ilendorann,
1 SUI laolO N . Y , cured of Psoriasis or Lep.
rosy, of 30 years standing, by Cuticura Hoaolveut
Internally, and Cutlcnra and Cuticura soap extern
ally. The meat wonderful case on record, Cures
certl led to before a Justice of the peace and prom
inent citizens. All afflicted with itching and scaly
diseases should send to us for this testimonial in
R'llt TillDlim 1 hose who havo experienced
OUW llllCUUl the torments of Salt Uhcuni
can appreciate the agony thai I endured for years,
until cured by the Cuticura Resolvent internally,
aud Cuticura and Cutlcnra Hoap externally.
MRS. VM. WELLINGTON. Sharon, Wis.
TheCutlcura treatment for the cure of Skin.
Scalp and Blood diseases, consists In t.ie Internal
use of Cutlcnra Resolvent, the new blood purifier,
and the external use of of Cuticura and Cuticura
SoHp, the greut skin cures.
Price of Cuticura, small boxes, ,Vc; largo boxes
1. Cuticura Resolvent, 11 pvr bottle. Cuticura
Soap, fflc. Cuticura Shoving Soap. 15c. Sold by
all (IrugulHls. Depot, WEEKS & POTTER.
Sanford's Eadical Cure,
t'learhead and voice, easy breathing, sweet breaft
perfect Hinell, asieaud hearing, no coiiuh, no cho
king, no distress. These hnppy conditions are
brought about In the severest enses of Catarrh, by
tlia most hgieeable, economical, sp"erty, sufu
and nev.-r falling spec flc, hanford's Radical Cure.
Complete and mfalllble treatment, consisting of
one bottle of the Kadic 1 Cure, one box of Catarrh
al Solvent ami ouh Improved Inhaler, all wrapped
In one paeknge. wlih treatise and directions, and
sold by all druggists for $1. Aak f -r Sanford'a Rad
ical Cure, lienem', Ageiita,
WEliKS & POTTER. Boston, Mass.
RATS, MICE, ROACH-
a p, Water Bugs, and
1 i ( aid W.'i'k lUent
die. No fear of bad
smells. Barns, graua
rl -s and households of
ten cleared In a single nlcht. Best and cheapest
Vermin Killer In the world No failure in SO years.
Kverv box wariaiitcl. Sold by all grocers and
drugglsta. Ask for Parsons'. Mulled for 25c. by
WEEKS 4 POTTER, Boston, Mass.
( M. ALDEX,
roil the salk or
Hay, Grain and
Room No, I, up stairs tn Cuhl's Building,
No. 8) Ohio Levee.
Tho river is still fulling.
Tlio City of Froviilcnco Is the Vickiiburg
Cnrt"iu W. r. Ilalliday left Monday
night for St. Louis. t
Tho J. D. Parker prised up last night
for Cincinnati from Memphis'.
Tho City of Grcenvillo comes in to-day
from Vickeburg for 8t. Louis.
Tho City of Helena, from Memphis for
St. Louis, will go up this morning.
The Bright Light had not arrived up to
lato last night, but will be here to-day for
Tho new Mary Houston is tho next boat
due from Cincinnati for New Orleans iu the
big O line.
Tho next towboat in tho St. L. & M. V.
T. Co., is tho Port Ends and bages, She
left St. Louis hint night.
Tho Hhoa had five thousand sacks grain
for B. S. Itheit & Son, of Nashville. They
bought two million bushels last year.
The Sto. Genuvievo was tho Memphis
packet from St. Louis limt night, She had
a good trip, and addod tlfly tons hero.
Tho Paris 0. Brown left yesterday morn
ing for New Orlu ms with a big trip and
a bargo in tow. Shu added considerable
The Dick Fulton passed up lo Pittsburg
from Memphis, with a big tow of empties,
This is tha Fulton's last trip, us tho new
boat, O'Neal, will take her place towing
II. E. Caupkntkh, Esq., Henderson, N.
Y., cured of Psoriasis or Leprosy, of twunty
years' standing, by tho Cuticura Kesolvent
internally, and Cuticura and Cuticura Soap
externally. Tho most wonderful case on
NEWSPAPERS AS BUSINESS ENTER
PRISES. Hew York Tribune.
A newspaper is a business enterprise, and
must be conducted on business principle!.
Men aro constantly asking favorg from
newspapers, which mean a sacrifice of space
representing money, who would never dream
of asking lawyers to take cases without
foes, or expect doctors to take their pay in
thanks. Tho dead-head is disappearing
from other departments of business life,
and the newspaper dead-hoad, distinguish
ed though he may be, must foilow. News
papers, being business enterprises, must
live in a business way. If the public does
not support tho best nowspapors it must
expect to see the worst newspapers thrive.
The daily journal is a product rather than
a force. It will not only reflect, but re
present the age it lives in. It is true, and
especially true of our own country, that
newspapers, in the hands of men having
.convictions and believing that they could,
with this modern lever, help to uiijve tho
world, have accomplished great things.
Without them tha great movements of the
past century for the furtherance of personal,
religious and political liberty would have
traveled at a snail's pace, But this was
possible only because they had the support
and sympathy of the best men and women
of the community. The newspapers can
lead, but leadership implies a following,
and where none will follow none will be
brave enough to lead. As a rule, newspa
pers are what their readers inako them.
The responsibility of tho subscriber is as
great iu its way as that of tho editor. The
surest way of keeping the standards of our
journalism high, and of raising them, is for
that portion of tho public which knows the
value and necessity of a dignified and able
press to withhold its Bupport altogether
from newspapers which cater to depraved
tastes and arc reckless of the truth, and to
give it to newspapers which can safely bo
taken into the family and aro not only de
cent but just.
Alderman Tucker, Boston, says you may
state that I have paid for meilicine and treat
ment iu 20 years 3 000, without receiving
permanent benefit. Entirely cured of his
ilisea.se (salt rheum) by Cuticura Remedies.
TELL US "THE WHYS AND WHERE
FORES." In a recent issuo of tho Pulaski Patriot
appeared tho following:
"Captain John R. Thomas, our member
of congress, has been in this district for
two weeks, looking after the wants of bis
constiiuents. During tho entire suffering of
the late President Garfield, Captain Thomas
was at or near Washington, so that in case
of an emergency ho would be at his post,
ready to serve his country and his party.
The captain returns to Washington next
Mr. Barton, of the Free Press, a good re
publican, but also a spunky one, who will
not allow himself to be hoodwinked into
silence when an official, though also a re
publican, is guilty of an act injurious to tbe
public, replies to this pushing squib of the
Patriot in tho maimer lullowing, to-wit:
"Good I That's the kind of congressman
to have I Spent two whole weeks in the
district! Good again) Looking after the
interests of his constituents! Splendid!
We doubt not Mr. Thomas will be a candi
date for a third nomination. The Pulaski
Patriot is one of his sincero admirers, and
to show that wo appreciate our congress
man's services, we copy as above. Two
years ago wo thought Mr. Thomas was un
fit for his position, and worked against his
nomination; but after reading tho above
brilliant record, it is just poBsiblo that wo
made a mistake. Now, if our obcBe friend
of tho Patriot will tell us tho whys and
wherefores of Mr. Thomas' voting against
the bill appropriating for improvements of
western rivers, it is possible we shall be
como an admiror of our representative.
Will Joseph pleaso enlighten tha public
Doubtless the Fatriot is quite equal to
tho little task imposed upon it by the Free
Press. Tho corpulent editor of tho Patriot,
who enjoys such closo friendship with the
corpulent congressman, that he is made the
confidant of all the little episodes of the
congressman's life at Washington, has no
doubt received a full and very satisfactory
explanation of tho important matter roferred
toby tho Freo Press and will at once en
lighten that inquisitive sheet upon the sub-
juct. Tim Bulletin too must acknowledge
with a slight blush to a desiro for oulight
ment on this point.
But there is also anothor little matter
which would seem to require somo explan
ation from tho Hon. J. R. Thomas, or his
corpulent friend of the Patriot at least it
would seem to require ono, lest tho obtuso
Freo Press and the unknowing Bulletin
and a host of other journals aud people of
littlo understanding, charge the Hon. John
Robert with despicable duplicity. The
question is this: Why did the Hon. John
Robert writo to young Thomas II. Smith
Jr., of tho Hon. John's own town, and a
worthy, Intelligent sou of tho gallant Col.
Thomas II. Smith, who foil at the battle of
Fort Donaldson why did tho Hon. John
writo to Mils young man that ho should bo
notified of a competitive exauiiuatlan,
when he might have tho opportunity to try
his chances for a cadetshlp at West Point,
and then, without any further . notice, ap
point tho cadet for West Point without re
oourso to the established mode of competi
tive examination? Give us the "whys and
wneretores" Mr. Robarts and let us not
buret with ignorance.
Patience and gentleness are useful and
powerful but thev cannnt m
which, however DR. BULL'S COUGH
Diuur win always do.
The following communications have pass
ed between the parties whose names they
bear, with referonce to the elecant drop
curtain of the new opera-house:
"Cairo Opera-house Company: Gentle-men-We,
as citizens of Cairo, feel that it is
but a duty on our part to give some ex
pression that would convey to you our ap
preciation of the enterprise which has
characterized the successful completion of
an elegant opera-house in our city. Permit
us, therefore, to present to you a drop-curtain
which, we trust, may ever be to you a
memorial freighted wUh tho radiant well
wishes and kind remembrances of your
Geo. E. O'llara, Fred Teichman,
John Gates, Wm. M. Murphy,
W. L. Bristol, Pat Fitzgorald,
Dr. C. W. Dunning, titephen Bird,
Avinger & Tharpe, White & Greer,
II. T. Gerould, Wra. B. Gilbert,
Andrew Lohr, Jeff M. Clark,
Chas. W. Henderson, Richard Fitzgerald,
P. C. Barclay, Alex H. Irvin,
C. C. Masou, Thos. W. Ualliday,
II. L. Halliday, Str. Gus Fowler,
Wood Rittenhouse. Wm. C. Blauvelt
Ernest B. Pettit, U. P. Bobbins,
W. Trigg, James M. Totten,
L. P. Parker & Co.. S. J. Humm.
A. Fraser. Jesse Hinkla.
Lancaster & Rice, Smith &Brinkmeycr,
Geo. B. Ramsey John T. Rennie,
J. S. McGahey, John Smith,
C. M. Howe & Bro., Swoboda & Schultz,
E. W. Ilalliday, Fred A. Miller,
Sol. A. Hilver, Dr. Win. Wood,
Harry Schuh, Ike W. Bcya,
M. C. Adams, W. E. Gholson,
P. D. Driscoll, Bell & Halliday,
Ruaolph Ilebsackcr, James F. Miller,
James Cheeney, W. L. Winans,
II. Leijihton. Munn & Bro.
F. Gazzola Stratton & Bird.
J. Burger & Bro., O. Havtlmrn,
A. Marks, M.J. Howley,
F. W. Knrspmoyer, Wm. Wolf,
W. C. Jncelyn, Augustus Botto,
Hnnnon&Co., W. A. Pink,
John Sproat, - Anirel t McBride,
Frank Spencer, D.J. Foley,
W. H. Green, P. A. Conant,
Office of Cairo Opera-iioese Co., )
Caiuo, III., Dec. 13th, 1881. J
Messrs. Geo. E. O'Hara, O. M. n)we,
Thos. W. Halliday and others: Gentle
menIn reply to your communication, we
take pleasure in thanking you for your
cheerful words and generous act, and beg
to enclose you resolutions unanimously
adopted at a meeting of our board.
Cairo Opkka-house Company.
The resolutions referred to in the above re
ply are as follows:
Whereas, many of our distinguished cit
izens, have caused to be placed in the Opera
House building, a beautiful and artistic
drop curtain, and whereas this Directory,
aro just in recoipt of a communication from
theso generous hearted gentlemen, formally
presenting said curtain, to the Cairo
Opera nouse Company,
Now therefore, be it resolved that we, the
Directory of said Company, for and on be
half of said company, hereby formally ac
cept said curtain, and placo upon record,
our appreciation of tho effort of our cs-
tocined citizens and frionds sincerly
thanking thorn and assuring them that the
curtain will ever be to us a reminder of tho
notorious liberality of Cairo's liberal heart
Resolved, further, that said communica
tion bo properly replied to, and that the
same, together with the accompanying cor
respondence, be given to the papers for
THOMAS W. SHIELDS, Pres.
Attest : MaKB F. Gilbbht, Secy.
Should your food not properly digest,
then it is time to take HAMBURG DROPS.
"Democratic howlers are mad again.
The Virginia readjusters voted with tho re
publicans." Jackson County Era. The
Era is mistakeu. The Virginia republicans
voted with the roadjusters, and not vice
versa. "Democratic howlers are a little
angry ouly becauso, by fodoral republican
aid, Virginia's honor was prostituted to the
vilo purposes of dishouoBt repudiators of
"The World goes Round and Round" it
the title of ono of the Hutchinson's sugar
Bwect songs, just published by Oliver Dit-
son & Co., Boston, Words are by Dr. Hol
land, and price is 80 cents. They also
send us Barnby's "Beggar Maid," 80 cents,
and the charming song by Maizials, "A
Basket of Loves," 80 cents. "The Hand
some Corporal polka," 80 cruts, by Herr-
man, next comes marching on, perhaps to
"Twl kenham Ferry," 85 cents, which is
arranged nicely for violin and piano, hy
Winner. In company,' we havo the queer
little, easy "Rat Catcher Waltz," 23 cents,
of the Horse-shoe set, and a grand "Pell
Mell Galop," brilliant, 85 cents, by Oob
baerts. With the music romes also an so
ceptaole copy of Ditson & Co's Weekly
"Musical Record," Dexter Smith, editor.