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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILL., FRIDAY MOItNINU, .JUNK 13,
A happy surprise it was to Mr. A. 11.
Norton, of HrlaUil, Conn., when Atulophoros
put him on Lis feet, and sent him cheerfully
bout his nuHlriPHs. Let him tell his own story :
"About three weeks ago I was taken
with a severe crick in the baci. Tor four days
I ws unable to turn In bed without help, and
when lllu-d uji could not staudon uiy feet. I wan
Induced to try Atiiloihobos, after all theumial
remedies failed. In Ju nilnuU alter t&kintr the
flint dose I could tar uiy wiukM uion my feet
In two dayt I was able to Ket shout and attnud
to biimnunH. Ju two other csitc which have
come to my knnwluiWe It unehas been attended
with the eauie results."
A poor man in Philadelphia had to bor
row a dollar to buy a bottle of ATin.OFiioiio.-t.
On account of blH poverty bis name shall r-inaln
a secret He had Buffered terribly from Khcu
luaUsm. He gratefully writes:
" I took my first dose Tuesday afternoon,
and on Wednesday, after but seven doses, I bad
not a aharp or severe ache left Then I reduced
the dote one-half and took tlie remainder of the
bottle. I wu alile to I steady at work till Hat
nrday, when I took a aevere cold and wan un
able to use my left hand. I purchased another
bottle and by bedtime I found relief. The
medicine la all you claim for it."
Investigate ATHLOI-Honosallyou please!
Find all the fault you dnxse with it! and
ret the fact remains, that it is doinr wli.it
jo other medicine ever could do for Kli
uiatisin and Neuralgia.
If you cannot get AniuiruoKos or vr i ; 1
fist, we will send It express paid, on r ... ,,
regular price one dollar per bottle. V ,r. 1 :
that you buy It from your drul.st, but if h
hasnt it, do not tie persuaded to try Bornethli.0'
else, but order at once from ua as directed,
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK,
i rat i.
The Emperor Louis Nsjlfon srnokwl
only the finest clifarn the world could pro
duce. I'rof. Uoraford uyn the Kiniwmr
nirara were niade specially for linn in Ha
Tana from leaf tobacco trrow n in the O' 4den
Belt of North Carolina, this tiemir the flnext
leaf drown. Ulatkwell'a Hull Durham
Bmokmif Tobacco is made from the Mine
leaf used in the Emperor', ciiraro, l slwo
lutely pure and ia unquestionably the bext
tobacco ever offered.
Thackeray's r.ftid daughter, Anne, in
her sketch of Alfred Tennyson, in Hurprr'i
MrmMy, tella of her visit to the irreat pot
Hhe found him amokinir Blarkwell'a Hull
Imrham Tobacco, sent him by Hon. James
KuaseU Lowell, American MwicWr to the
Court of 8t James.
In these days of adulteration, it is a com
fort to smokers to Irttov that the Hull Dur
ham brand is absolutely pure, and Uia.lt
from the twst tobacco tlie world I roduei.
Blackwell's Bull liurhsm Kmokut To
bacco u the but and purest made. All
duelers have it. None irtuuine without
the trade-mark of the bull
C. W. IIEXDEUSOtf,
No. Uncommercial Ave.,
Sole Affcnt foi tin Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Tin, Copper and Stieei Iron Work.
Builders' Hardware and Carpenters' To K Tah.'e
and Pocket t ntlery, best in the rurkct. Holers
Bros.' Plated Knives. Korku Him Sooons. liranite
Iron Ware. Beriin Earthenware, vVh te Mountain
Freeser. Water Coolers, Refrigerators, Clothes
Wrlncers. Crown Fiuters. Step Laidc. (tardea
Implements, (io'.dea Slur Oil Stoves- net In the
world, Lamps of every desert: tion. Klaiu Oil.
Carpet Sweepers, F, ather Dusters, Hrooms, Win
dow Screen wire Cloth, Full nipply ol Fithing
The above it rock bottom price?.
Corner l'th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
Telephone No. 12.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Alade to Urilor.
8th St., bet. Ohio Leveu & Commercial Ave.
Kt'palriuo; neatly done at short notice.
NEW YORK 1STOKK,
WHOLESALE AND RE"'A1 L.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth street )
Commercial Avennu '
Mrs. Emily Bowers
Mrs. AMANDA CLAEKSON, Agent.
No, 30 8th St., Cairo, 111.
HTGood Stock and frlMt Rvai(hable.H
l a mm
Reasons Which Aro Imporativo
Load Him to Renounce a
Though Confident of the Vote of New
York and of the United States
Should He Bun,
lie Submits to the Will of Cod as
Daemii.g His Public Cueer
Nkw Vokk, June 12. The following
coiuiiiuiiicution from Sainuul J. TllJcn
las Ijtt'ii given the Associated l'ress:
Nkw Vouk, June 10, ISM.
hittid M'titimiij, I'luiiimnn nf tin Ihiwx rul
U' Sidle L'ummUiri: nf .V w Ymk:
h my letter of June 18, 1 SsO, addressed
to tin; deleyates from the Slate of New
York to the Democratic National Conven
tion, I said: "Having now borne faith
fully my full share of labor and care In
the public service, ami wearing the marks
of its burden, I desire nothing so much
as an honorable discharge. I wish to lay
down the honors and toils of even quasi
parly liadcrhi) and to seek the repose
of private life.
"In renouncing the re-nomination for
the l'lrsidi'iicy, I do so with uo doubt in
iny mind as to the vote of the State of
New York or of the I'uited States, but
because I believe that it is a renunciation
of re-election to the Presidency. To
those who think my re-nomiuatiou and
re-election indispensable to an effectual
vindication of the riht of the people to
elect their rulers, violated in my person,
I have accorded as long a reserve of my
decision as possible, but I can not over
come my repugnance to enter into a new
cii!.'a!tinc:it wuii h involves four years of
"The dignity of the Presidential ollice
Is above a mere ambition, but It creates
in ii, e no illusion. Its value is as a great
power for good to the country. I said
four years ai'o In accepting the nomina
tion. 'Knowing as I do, therefore, from
fresh experience how great the difference
is between gliding through an ollieial
routine and working out the form of sys
tems and policies, it is impossible for
me to contemplate what needs to
be done in the federal ad
ininitr:ttio:i without au anxious
sense of the tliiliculties of the under
taking. If summoned by the suffrages of
my countrymen to attempt this work I
shall endeavor, with (Jod's help to be the
cllicient instrument of their will.' Such
a wjork of renovation after many years of
misrule i tuch a reform of systems and
policies to which I would cheerfully have
sacrillced all that remains tome of health i
and life, is now, I fear, beyond my
My purpose to withdraw from further
public service, and the grounds of It,
were at that time well kuown to you and
others, and when at Cincinnati, though
respecting my wish yourself, you com
municated to me an appeal from many
valued friends to relinquish that purpo.-e
I reiterated my determination uncondi
tionally. In the four years which have
since elapsed nothing has occurred
to weaken, but everything to
strengthen the considerations which in
duced iny withdrawal from public life.
To all who have addressed ine on the
subject my intention has been frankly
communicated. Several of my most
contldeiitial friends under the sanction
o( their own names have publicly stated
my determination to be irreversible.
That I have occasion now to consider the
question is an event for which 1 have no
Th appeal made to me by the Demo
cratic masses with apparent unanimity to
serve them once more is entitled to the
most deferential consideration, and
would iuspire a disposition to do any
thing desired of me if it were consistent
w ith my judgment of duty. I believe
there is no instrumentality in human so
ciety so potential in ita influences upon
mankind for good or evil, as the govern
mental machinery for the administration
of justice, and for making and executing
laws. Not all the eleemosynary institu
tions of private benevolence to which
philanthropists may devote their lives are
so fruitful in benefits as the rescue and
preservation of this machinery from the
perversions that make instrument of con
spiracy, fraud and crime against the most
sacred rights and interests of tlie people.
l-'or fifty years as a private citizen, nev
er contemplating an ollieial career, 1 have
devoted at least as much thought and ef
fort to the duty of influencing aright the
action of the Governmental institutions
of my country as to all other subjects. I
have never accepted ollieial service ex
cept for a brief period for a special pur
pose, and only when the eccasion seemed
to require from me that sacntlcc of
private preferences to the public welfare.
I undertook the State administration of
New York, because It was supposed that
In ..that way only could the executive
power be arrayed on the side of the
reforms to which, as a private citizen,
1 had given three years of my
life I accepted the nomination lor
the Presidency in 1S70 because of
the general conviction that my can
didacy would best present the issue
of reform, which the Democratic ma
jority of the people desired to have
worked out in the Federal Government
as it had been In the State of New York.
1 believed that I had strength enough
then to renovate the Administration
of the Government of the I'uited States,
and at the close of my term to
hand over the great trust to a successor
faithful to the same policy. Though anx
ious to seek the repose of private life I
nevertheless acted upon the idea that
every power is a trust and Involves a
duty, in reply to the address of the com
mittee communicating my nomination I
depicted the Uiillculties of the undertak
ing and likened my feelings in engaging
in it to those of a soldier entering battle,
but I did not withhold the entire conse
cration of my powers to the public service.
Twenty years of continuous maladmin
istration, under the demoralizing In
fluences of intestiue war and of bad
finance, have infected the whole govern
mental system of the United States with
cancerous growths of false construction
and corrupt practices. Powerful classes
have acquired pecuniary Interests in
ollieial abuses and the moral standards of
the people have beeu impaired. To re
dress these evils Is a work of great dllll
culty and labor, and can only bo ac
complished with the most energetic
and e flic lent persoual action on the
part of the chief executive of the Repub
lic. The canvass and administration
which it 1.4 desired that I should under
take would enrbraoa a period of nearly
flva rears. Nor can I admit aur illusion
as to their burdens; three years of ex
perience In tlio endeavor to reform the
Municipal Government of the city of New
York and two years of cxpcrlenco In
renovating the administrations! the State
of New York have made; mo familiar with
the requirements of such a work.
At the present time the considerations
which induced my action in 18S0 have be
come imperative. I ought not to assume
a task which I have not the physical
strength to carry out, To reform the ad
ministration of the Federal Government,
to realize my own ideal and to fullll tlie
just expectations of the people, would in
deed warrant, as they could alono com
pensate, the sacrilice which the undertak
ing would involve; but in my condition
of advancing years and declining strength
I feel no assurance of my ability to ac
complish these objects. I am, therefore,
constrained to say, delluitely, that I can
not now assume the labors of an admin
istration or of a canvass. Undervaluing
in nowise that best trift of Heaven the
occasion and the power sometimes be
stowed upon a mere individual to com
municate an Impulse lor good grateful
beyond all words to my lellow-country-men
who would assign such a benefi
cent function to me, I am consoled
by the reflection that neither the
Democratic party nor the republic, for
whose future that party is the best guar
antee, is now, or ever can be, dependent
upon any one man for their successful
progress in the path of a noble destiny.
Having given to their welfare whatever
of health and strength I possessed, or
could borrow from the future, and hav
ing reached t!e term of my capacity for
such labors as their welfare now de
mands, I but submit to the will of God
in deeming my public career forever
Signed Sami ki. .1. Tii.IjF.x.
IIAsK HAI.I HKEVrriE.
Score of Games Played on Wednesday,
St. Louis, Mo. Cincinnati Unions, 3;
St. Louis, 1.
Iioston, Mass. Baltimore Unions, 5;
Boston Unions, 3. F.leveu innings were
played and the game declared a draw.
New York. Philadelphia--, 11; New
Cambridge, Mass. Hirvards, 5; Dart
i'liiladelphia, Pa. Keystones, Na
Providence, K I. Bostons, 4; Provi
Pittsburgh, Pa. St. Louis, 3; Alle
gheny, 0. '
Kansas City, Mo. Chicago, 7; Kansas
St. Paul, Minn. St. Pauls, 4; Quin
Detroit, Mich. Chicagos, &; De
Peoria, III. Peorias, 7; Milwau
Trenton, N. J. Cinciiinatis, 12; Treu
A Fionl's Crime.
Pkikusih nr,, Va., June 12. Intelli
gi nee has just reached here of a horrible
tr mlnal a.-au'.t on a colored child, aged
eight, near Klce's Depot, on the Norfolk
& Western liailroad, by n white man
named Thomas Hansom, living uear that
place. In aecomplishin: his hellish pur
pose Hansom had cut the child, inflicting
injuries which caused death. He was
arrested, but subsequently escaped.
The Bill Passed.
Washington, l). U, June r.'. i lie
June 12. The
Hennepin Canal project is defeated by
the House striking out the appropriation
of k:,Oi.ooO to be''in work. The river and
harbor bill passed the Douse this after
noon, minus the Hennepin Canal, It ap
propriates over S12,00.,0n0.
rne costal xeiegrapn ism.
Washington, D. C, June 12. Senator
Hill (of Colorado) says he will call up
his postal telegraph bill for consideration
in the Senate on Monday. It will require
a majority vote to take up the bill out of
the regular order, and the result of his
altnipt on Monday will probably decide
th3 fate of the bill for this session.
Defeat of the Hennepin Canal.
Washington, D. C, June 12. The
Illinois members are a good deal dis
turbed this afternoon by the prospects of
the defeat of the Hennepin Canal. There
is a big combination In the House against
it, and earnest work is goiug on to de
feat It on the llnal vote to-day."
The vote to strike out the Hennepin
Canal section was carried by a vote of 14 J
i OUT Y-UIt; UTII CONG It KSS.
Washington, D.C., June 12. Senator
Ingalls presided. The journal contained
no reference to the action on the consular
diplomatic bill in secret session.
Senator Hill gave notice that he will
ask for the consideration of the Senate
postal telegraph bill on Monday.
Senator Allison suggested that Butler's
resolution for the investigation of the
New York banks should be referred to
the Committee on Finance.
"I am afraid," siid Butler, "that If the
committee get hold of this resolution it
will meet a fate similar to another one on
the same subject."
Senator Hill took exception to tho re
mark and declared that the Finance Com
mittee Is proceeding with the subject
diligently. After debate the resolution
went over for the present.
The consular and diplomatic lull was
takeu up and passed; 40 yeas, 2 nays
(Vauce and YanWyck).
The House assembled at ten u'clock In
coutluuation of yesterday's session and
wcut Into committee of tho whole on the
river and harbor bill. Amendments were
adopted providing for a Missouri Uivcr
Commission similar to the Mississippi
Itivcr Commission, also the substance of
Mr. Cox's bill preventing obstructions
and offensive deposits In New York Har
bor. Without concluding the bill tho com
mittee rose, and at eleven o'clock tho
House adjourned and was Immediately
called to order again for tho day's ses
sion. Consideration of tho bill In relation to
the electoral count, which had beeu tnado
tho special order for to-day, was post
poned, and the House again went into
commlttoo of tbe whole on the river and
harbor bill. Numerous amendments to
tho section providing for surveys wcto
Buslnoss Mon of St. Louis Knock
at tho Door of tho Demo
They Know of No Eeason Why They
Should B3 Ignored in the Business
of Selecting a Candidate.
A Long List of Prominent Men Already
in the Procession More to
S r. Louis, Mo., June 12. A movement
was inaugurated among the business
men of the city to secure representation
In the Democratic National Convention.
Au address circulated on 'Change for
half au hour this morning received the
signatures of the most influential men In
commercial life in St. Louis, aud many
more will undoubtedly add their efforts
to the movement, no w already too strong
to be ignored. The document and names
attached speak for themselves :
To the Jlit.ihtexx I'ublk:
It is of supremo importance to the
business interests not only of St. Louis
but of the entire country that they should
not be Ignored in the matter of selecting
a candidate for the Presidency. Without
discussing lu re the character of the nom
inee of the liepublican party, it is at once
our duty and our interest to see as far as
we can that no mistake possibly fatal to
the public welfare should be made on the
other side. To attempt anything without
representation in the National Conven
tion Is useless and foolish and would
surely result as did the efforts of the
New York business men who attempted
to work outside the Uepubilcan Conven
tion In failure. We must have repre
sentation in the Convention and that we
may have It we must act together. All
business men having at heart the welfare
of the business interests of the city and
oi the country Itself are Invited t co
operate iu securing this representation."
The call is signed by llfty seven names,
rnot of which represent intliienUal Dem
ocrats, but tnere are a number of them
who represent the disaffected liepublican
clement, German and American, who
desire a candidate chosen fo whom they
can vote in preference to Blaine. It
was said among them in discussing
tho matter that while they desired a busi
ness man for delegate-at-largo, they would
not think of pitching on one whose
democracy could be questioned. The
moveinmit originated so suddenly au I
was so spontaneous tnat further action In
the matter is for future consideration.
how it is im:ckivi:d.
What Prominent Men ana Newspapers
Have to Say About Tll
Washington, D. C, June 12. Tllden's
letter of declination is the sole topic of
discussion at the Capitol to-day. Many
Democrats Speak of it as being "clear as
a bell aud strong as a cyclone." Con
gressman Breckeuridge (of Ark.) thinks
the letter a straightforward convincing
argument, but doubts tho wisdom of
making it public until the Convention as
sembled, as it will interfere with the
transaction of public business, all the
candidates being anxious to grasp the
opportunity to strengthen their respect
ive booms. There appears to be uo prob
ability of au early adjoujnment on this
Bayard certainly has tho call for the
nomination In the Senate, but taking the
gossip of Congress as a whole, while Mc
Donald has many friends, Cleveland has
a majority in his favor. ihioans stand
by Thunnan, aud, by them Slocum is men
tioned for second place. Kandall has
many supporters among his colleagues.
General Walker, late Secretary of the
Democratic Congressional Committee, is
enthusiastic for Slocum for llrst place,
lie says the letter of declination Is an ad
mission by Tilden of his Inability to beat
Blaine. This view is not entertained,
however, by those of a more conservative
Mr. McPherson, Secretary of the Re
publican Committee, is much pleased
with the letter, lie voices llepub.leau
sentiment here by saying that Tilden was
the only man who could receive the vote
of tlie Democratic Convention without
more or less opposition.
New York, June 12. To-day's papers
refer as follows to Tllden's letter:
The Sun says: - "The honor that is tho
rich reward of noblo services faithfully
rendered was never brighter than at this
hour. Mr. Tilden has once been elected
President of the United States. Superior
to all thought of personal ambition, lie
has wisely declined a re-election and the
years of life that still remain to him will
be made happy by accumulating acknowl
edgements of the Nation's debt of pro
frouiid gratitude aud veneration."
The Times says: "It would be but a
slight recognition of Mr. Tllden's motives
and of the circumstances under which
his letter Is written to say that his act is
an unselilsh one. It Is more thau unself
ish. Iu the present divided condition of
the liepublican party It Is an act of great
moment aud promise. It removes from
tho Democratic party a prospective can
didacy which It seemed to desire and
consider inevitable; a candidacy sure to
lie welcome to a large portion of that
party, but obviously not equally accept
able to the Independent vote which the
Democratic party can bring Into alliance
with itself lu tnc coming canvass."
The Tribune, says: "The Democrats
have been uuuecessarily troubling them
selves over Mr. Tllden's course In regard
tothe Presidency. Tho old gentleman
is a physical wreck, but ho has sulllclcnt
mental force not to tap Ills barrels in a
vain attempt to reach tho White House at
u time when James G. Blaine and John A.
Logan are the Republican candidates. It
is not likely that ho has at auy time ex
pected to run a forlorn race for the
Democracy this year. But II ho cher
ished any purpose to becomo a candidate,
In case weak nominations were made by
the Republicans, ho quickly changed his
mind when Blaine and Logan were
named. The talk of Tllden's candidacy
has no doubt been a cover for other
The HerM ayst "Mr. Thdon's candi
dacy jyonfcLMto. circa -MdccUUs smat
prominence in the canvass to the villainy
and corruption of the Republican party
and have made that tho leading Issue,
and Ids name would have had an over
whelming force as the champion of
tho cause of tho pcoplo against au
ollieial oligarchy determined to hold on
to power at any price. For that reason
It would have been well If ho could have
accepted tho nomination, and we do not
believe that his ago would have unfitted
him for a vigorous discharge of tho du
ties of the ollice. But if it is doubtful
whether any other candidate can call out
so absolutely the whole vote of the Dcm
eratic party, it is certain that some
others, perhaps only a trlllo less satisfac
tory to tho Democratic opinion, will be a
great deal more satisfactory to a vote
that is to be of much moment iu this
election the vote of tho Independent
Republicans. Consequently Mr.Tilden's
refusal may not prove au unmixed evil to
International Sunday-School Conven
tion. LoiTsvn.i.E, Juno 12. The Interna
tional Sunday-School Convention met in
its second day's session this morning.
After devotional exercises, Dr. E. W.
Holly, of New York, presented a memo
rial from the New York Association ask
ing that Christmas aud Kaster be recog
nized by the les.-ou committee; also a
memorial from the W. C. T. U. asking
that temperance bo roeogui.ed by the
Dr, Goff, of Tennessee, offered a reso
lution that the executive commute me
morialize Congress to make Sunday-school
statistics a special department lu the Cen
Dr. Dunning, of Massachusetts, read a
paper ou "International Work."
Dr. Reynolds, of Illinois, took up a
collection o 2,040 for the executive
The Convention then adjourned till 2
ANOTIll'.K II.VNK SL.-I'KNDS.
The State Eank of West Virginia Closti
Ita Doors TJgTy Rumors.
CiiAiii.ESTo.v, W. Va., Juno 12. The
doors of the State Bank of West Virginia
of this city closed this morning; liabili
ties, SI 1:1,1:00; assets, reported 115,000.
Tin; principal losers are poor people who
had small sums deposited. Many ugly
rumors are ailout on tho streets. The
supposition is that the bank will pay fifty
per cent., but is doubtful ii it pays twen
ty per ce.it.
General Sherman at Joplin.
Joi-i.iN, Mo., June 12. General W. T
Sherman, who was tho guest of tho G. A.
R. post at Carthage, yesterday, accepted
an invitation from the O. P. Morton post
of this city and will arrive here this even
ing. The General will be met at the de
pot by a committee of old army comrades
anu mo joplin ii lies auu escorted to nis
hotel. To-morrow he will visit the mines
and be shown the various enterprises of
Joplin, after which ho will leave on the
three p. m. traiu for St. Louis via Kansas
Veterans on an Excursion.
Brooklyn, N. Y'., Juno 12. The
veterans, of the Army of tho Potomac
this this morning started for an excur
sion ou tho steamer Grand Republic.
The weather was unpleasant. The party
witnessed tho start of the New York
Yacht Club's auntial regatta, aud then tho
steamer turned up the Hudson River to
view the sceneiv. At ;i:,",0 o'clock tlio
veterans landed at Bay Ridge and took
thecals of the Manhattan Beach. They
will have a grand dinner this evening for
which the citizens have raised ',',000.
Big Fire at tha Hub.
Boston, Mass., Juno 11. A serious
lire broke out at ono o'clock this after
noon in the buildings 152 to 158 Congress
street, occupied by Balderstou & Daggett,
agents of the National aud New Bruns
wick Rubber Companies. The flames
have spread through the upper stories of
the great buildings. The loss will be
heavy. The insurance Is $ t!)0,000 on the
stock a id 230,000 ou tho building.
Fireman Fatally Injured.
CiHCAiio, Ii.i.., Juno 12. Smith & Mc
Comb's veneer factory, ou West Kinzie
street, burned this moruing. Loss on
building and contents, $30,000. Lieuten
ant Mct'onnell of Hook and Ladder
Company No. 3 was fatally crushed by a
falling wall. Several other llremen were
Democrats For Logan.
Vaniui.ia, Ii.i.., June 12. Tho Repub
licans here aro much pleased with the
Blaine-Logan ticket, especially since
Black Jack has accepted tho second place,
believing that he has greatly strengthened
the ticket. A number of Democrats lu
this country, who never wero before
known to break ranks, have declared
they will vote for Blaine and Logan.
Boasted Her Child.
Joi.iet, Ii.i.., Juno 12. Ellen Cole, w ho
roasted her lufant to death, has beeu
committed to tho Insane Asylum.
TULKU LtAl'li IC l.UKYITIGS.
Colonel Morrow, who llgurcd iu tho
Kwalni case, Is to bo court-martialed.
The Western Nail Association has re
iluecd the card rate to 2.40 per keg.
Western Union directors declared I 3-t
quarterly dividend on tho net revenue.
A largo torpedo apparatus Is reported
lost betwoeu London and Portsmouth.
Brussels and Antwerp are agitated
over the election of Tuesday and tlio de
feat of t4ie Liberals.
The Republicans of the Fourteenth
Ohio district nominated General Chas. H.
Grusveuor for Congress.
A warraut has been issued for tho ar
rest of Colonel Nelson Plato, Collector of
Customs at Corpus Chrlstl, Texas.
Tlio proposition to extend tha Gulf,
Colorado & Santa Fo Road 200 miles,
offered In May, has been abaudoucd.
Rev. Dr. George Worthlngton, of De
troit, has declined tho election as Bishop
of the Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska.
Dispatches from Suaklm report tho
resignation of Kngllsh sergeants owing to
the cowurdlco of Egyptian o Ulcers and
Mine. Kalomlno lias been created Count
tss Von Barnard, with au annuity, but
can not reside lu cither Eugland or GcrJ
A destructive waterspout visited the
Cumberland Valley in 1'onnsylvanla,
washing awsy railway tracks and dnv
elnn graliubuiJdlnBs andjonces. . ..
THE GREAT GERMAN
Relieve and cures
Soreness, Cuts, Brunei,
I I ' 'ft WUUJUlsllUsUUU'
ii ifiin ri
And alt other bodily acbes
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold bv all Dnnrtrfat and
Dealers. Directions la 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(luuMon U A. VOOILIH CO.)
lUltlmore, Md., I', at. A.
trom these sources arise three-fourths ol
tne diseases of tho human race. Those
symptoms iiulicato tnoir existence: oss ol
Appetite, llowela costive, Kick Ilead
ciie, fullness after eating, aversion to
eisrtion of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Iw
spirits, feeling of having neglected
some duty, JMzzinesa, Fluttering at the
Heart, Hots before the eyes, highly cola
ored Trine, CONSTIPATION" and da.
mnnd tlio use of a romody thnt acts dlmctly
on the, I.Ivor. AsaUvur mcillcino TCTT'S
J' LI' liavo no equal. Their action on tho
hltlncya and Skin Is also prompt; removing
nil impurities through tlieso three scav
enger of the system," producing appe
tite, sound digestion, reguliir ntooln, a clear
skin and a vigorous body. Tl'TT'S PILLS
cniiae no nausea or griping nor Interfere
with ilnllv work and nro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
1XE FEELS LIKE A NEW MAST.
"I hnvo had Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two years, and liavo tried ten different
kinds of pills, and Tl'TT'S are the first
that have douo me any good. They have
cleaned mo out nicely. Jly appetito Is
splendid, food digesU readily, and I now
have natural parages. I feel like a new
wan.' W. t. KDWAItDS, Palmyra, O.
BoldevciTwliero.aSc. Ollice, U Murray St.,N.Y.
TU ITS HAIR DYE.
Uray IIaib ou Whiskers changed In
Htantly to aULosSY Black by a single ap.
plication of tlds Dvu. Sold oy DrugglsU.
or sent by eiprebs ou receipt of 9 1.
Office, 44 Murray Street, New Yorfc
TiTT'S MANtlAl OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE.
tite best Tiny a KXOIFX
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
IM.LYi and Rives universal Hiitisfurtiou. HQ
ItUHuY, rlCU or poor, tauuuiu uu wibuuuu in.
fioM by all Grocers. UEWAKK of imitation
well doBiUiied to mislead. i'EAKLINK is tha
OM.Y SAl'K labor uavinK compound, and tJe.
Wa' hears the abo e symbol, aud name ol
JAUKtf l'VLE. NEW YUKK.
Bick JloanVho and relievo all tho trouble Inci
dent to a bilious state of tho system, snch as Di
tiness. Nausea, Drowsinonn, Diatr.as after eating,
r n in tho Side, Ac. While their most ruuarfc
ablo success has been shown In curing
IfriulAchr, yet Carter'stlttlc Liver Mil aw eqnall j
valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing
this annoying complaint, while they also correct
til disorders of the stomach, stimulate the liver
ud Kgulate the bowels. Even if they only cureA
Afhfitftcy wonld be almost priceless to tnMM
ufflT from this distrcKKiwr complaint; but fortu
jmtely their cooUucsa does no t end here, and those
X onco try them will llnd these ""lopilU vain
able in so many way thatthey w lnot be willing
W Uo wituuut tW Hut after all sick hcul
T fcr,lisno of so many lives that here I where wa
make c" r prcat iu c" "
0lCaitor?sntittlo Llw Till aro very small an
very cosy to take. Ono or two pill make dose.
Tin y aro strictly vegetable and do no gripe or
rmrgo, but by their gentlo action please all who
usethem. lu vials at lis cents; five for il. BuU
by dru&jiats every where, ot sunt by mail.
CAMTK MEDICINE C0..5feKT Tort
Delivered at CAIRO, HI.,
at tho FOLLOWING PEICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft. stave. Capacity jtals. Price.
These tank are made of CLBAR CTPBKM
Inehes thlek, sueilitfly noopeu auu i.
UUHT. They are
Shipiiotl whole and are well braosxl
to prevent their being racked or broken In hand
ling. Kstlmatos furnished for
Tank of any Size.
A. BIQOS Ac BROS.,
va Delord St., New Ortoac, U.
C x 8 U50
7 x 10 2500