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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY f MORNING. MARCH 1C, 1880.
NEW SERIES-NO. 226.
of the leading hufliicHg boiifc boe dvertie-id'-aI
nuy be found In Thk lSiiximf.
C. O. f'atittr Co., ComiiH'n lul aveini ind Nine-tot-nth
'(!. U. Will laiiiKon A Co.
Yum in .1 Hruderlck, Wiwh. Ave., cor. Kiihtb.
Uruul U'Luiijfblln, Poplar, cor Tweiilletb.
Dr. .1. II. Mur"n; ofllco, HO Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. r. Jocclyn. Kltflitli near Commerr In
l)r K W Wbltluck, ;W (,'oiniiierciul uvciiun.
Roto Km) lb. No- W Olilo levee
II. II. ('mull-.'. No. TOOUlo lutee f up Mlr)
Kuuluble Life, of New York, corner Twelfth und
Widow mid Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Commercial vcuue.
DltKOOJSTS-WHOl.ESAl. AND ItKTAlL.
(ico K. 0'IUru. Kinbteeutb und Commercial.
Alejsnd.'r County Hunk. Stu aiid Cvmmrrviil -.-I
lly National. Otilo levee.
CliaiuuWiii. TUrce Slalej.
John Siroat. coruerT!i'ib and Levee.
B (' Kurd. oruer Nintb and CoiniucriUI.
Till'. MA I IX
i ESLUL DKLIVL'KY open .:;) a. w.; c1och
j bi iop in ; sonUy : n-Mnu-y
Ordi-r I).;irlmciit op.-u at 8 a. m.; clone
'VurouKli Expre Mall" via llltnuie (Vntral and
SliUKi.pl Oi.rl IOilir.idfloft M (V- ni.
Cairo and Poplar liiulT Tiin.uU aud Way Mail
r!o. - a'. V::V p. ' , , , ....
Wav Mall v' tllliii Central. Cairo and In-f.(-un.:n
and Mlni'.mtppl Ccutral Kailroad cli at
'j:t.S u. di. ., . . u
Way Ma.', f-r Narrow (ri.i?" Ilailrnid loi al 8
Cairo ar,4 Evamvllle UIy.t Route r!oc at H M)
p. tu. Cilir (eiopt Friday).
Mayora-N. U Thtwood.
Treasurer Kdward Uvxonia.
('Irk-l)-nni. .1. Foley.
('oati-lor- Wm. B ollbert.
MaraUal -J .'. Lalhie. .
Attorn-y-W illiam Henlr.cW
HOAI1U OK Al UtllHP.
Kirat Wrd-M..l. llowley
!e-ond Ward -HaUd T. Linear. C. K. ood-
Thira Ward -W P Wrlt-M. Ep Hmltb
Fourth Wurd - tVirl. i-u. I'ain-r. Jamef KynaMoD
FiflU Ward T. W. llalilday. Erin -t U l't-ttit.
Circuit Judze-l). ' Hakcr.
Circuit Oik J. A U--.
Cauuiy Jud.'i'-lt- " n-ura.
Countv Cl'-rk-S. .1. llumm.
County Ati.iriiy-W C. Mu!k-y
Countv Tri-iii.tir.T- Mil.' v . I'ti'k' r.
CuXfcln--T. W. Hamda,. J. A.
It. Oittb. atuuel r.riU-y
VKRICW M. K.-Kourt.-cntii i-tn-t. l.-twrrn
Walnm antt C-.lar ln-l; trvinn atdrntb 11
a. in. and 7:3" ui ; Sunday frbool I !' 111
CillKISTlAN-Kifbti-ftitb tr-ct; iiic.-tiiii Sab
J balb Id :i p. ni.; preaitiiin! ihi j-wnuliy.
U'H'MI (iK THE KEIiEE.VEU-(E.lr(..an
j Kiitirt-i-ntli mrwi: Suu.lay Morning prsy r
10 10 a m.: fM-nini: iirari.T::W P- " : Sunday
school to a. in. Friday niu pravi-r p. m.
fllixT M1SS10NAHY HAITI ST CliriJCH
V Pn hini! at a in.. p aud T. . m.
habbaib k' IiohI at T; p m. Hi-v. 1. J. stior-f.
IrrilEHAN -Thirt.-n'ti 'rct: i-trvioK S.ih
J balb 1 a In ; Milnlay w-bmil 3 ji in. lirv.
METHODIST- Cor Ei.'liili nn.l Walnut flri't-t;
l-n-arbiinf Mbbatb a. m. and 7 p. tu.:
prtnt int-fiiii.'. W.-ilm vlay 7::m p. m ; Stiuduy
hcb'ool. t a in. Hoy. W liinakr. pastor
1KESBYTEI!IAN Elu'blb atnvf. prfa- litnt' on
ablalb at ll:i a. in. and ;::mp- prayer
nvM'tlm.' Wedtieadnv at 7:fip. m.: Minday Mjtiool
at Up. ni. Hi.-v. P.. Y. iieorje. pastor.
oecond fi:i:i: wii.i, haitist - Fifteet ib
O atret. bet. -en Walnut ami t edar (-treeti.; fer
vice Sabbath at aud "i .m p. ni.
ST. JOSEPH'S--ltomun Catltdliri Corner Crof
sr,,l Walnut Htii-etn; nervieea Sa'ilialh ln::la.
m.; Sunday helimd at p. in. ; V.-per ;i p. ui. ; t.er
yn ea every,'duy at .1 p. in.
ST. PATllI" K'S -(Koinati CalholieiCorniT Nint!:
ftreel nutl u-lilTiv;t.li avviiue: aervUva fab
nath 8 and 10 a. in.: Vpern :t p. in.: Manday Si-hod
p. nr.; rvicv every day a! s p. in. Uev. r. aliel,
aiwronw. I MUtAl. I MF.DICAU
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
p ATE NTS
Obtained for new Inventions or for Improvement
on old onen; for medical or otber compound, trade
murk aud label". Caveat. A'cf-'iiineuin. Inter
f.'runccB, Appoala. Sulta for lnl'riti..'emeiila. mul
allca-eaariHln.,' under the Patent l.aa. prompt
ly attended to. Invenlloiia Unit liuve been
1) V I Vt TV H ,,v lh" I'aletil Otllee inav hi Hi.
JX Tji) lAj 1 yj I ' In moM raned. he tuiteiited by
ll. Being nppoflte tlie l . S. Patent (leiiartinetit.
aud eneaiied in Patent bit-miens excliialvely. we cnu
Uiake cloaer aeareliea. nutl nerure Patenta timre
promptly, and with broader idiilui, than Ihoau ho
are remote fnitn Waalilnuton.
1 Mt'll Vrl'nl "'lid ua ft model or aketi li ol
liN V JjIS I Ulinyour tlevl we make es-
amliiatiotif and advlae'aa to piiteiilublllly, free ol
charge. All correHpoudence utrielly oonlldetitinl .
l'nci-ii low. und no i liaree unlefa Patent la aecumd.
We r Tor In Waidilinflon. to Hon I'lmtina-tur
(lenerul I). M. Key, Kev, V. D.Puwer. The (iertnnn
Amrrlran National Hank, to olllrlalt In the 1". .
Patent Otllee, and to Henatora and Uepreaeulatlvea
In Cnutrreaai and eapeelally to ont client in uvery
State lu the Union und in Canada. Addrew
C. A. SNOW CO.,
Oppoaite Patent ofttrH. Waahlucloo II. C
MILL AM) COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND II AY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Uiffliest Casli Trice Faid for Wlieat.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
TIip Only Line Ruiuiing- Two Daily
Trains From Cairo. Makinir DI
RECT CONNECTION' with
Thain l.r.xvK C'aino:
:i:OOu in. Mail.
Arriving In Kt. Lonl ):Vi a.m.: Chicago. 8::i0 p.m.;
C'onneellnii at Odin and fcftlnithani for Cinclu
nutl, Louisville, ludtaiiapulia aud pululKu:.
1 1 a.m. Ht. liOuiH und Wcntfrii
Connectina at St. I.oult for all poluta W'eat.
3:'J( p m. J-'at Hxprn.
For St. LouIb und Chicago, arrivluu' at St. Louia
19,ljp m., aud ( Lli.a.,'(j 7:.'l a ni.
'.i-'-iO p m. ( 'in'-imi'tti l''.xprpes.
Arriving at Clueliinatl 7:15 am.; Lomaville 7:Jf)
a m.; liwllHU.ip.jli 4:iJ a.m. I'aaaeiiera bv
thin fuin reaeh tli above point 1 ! to .'It J
llol US in advance of any other route.
Fast Timo Kns4.
I'mVPIIO"!'!': 1,v "m !! tlirmiali to I".at.
i i. X . ern point w ithout uny dlav
caused bv Sunday lulerveiiliiK. The Hatutduv aflef
mMin train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
tnornliisat ln-.r, Tblrty-flx boura in advance of
auy otli.-r route.
f f For tli'oui;h tb keu and further iiif.irmation,
apply al llliuoU Central Itailroad Depot. Cairo.
TKAINS AH11IYE AT CAIKO.
f-xprei-a : p in,
Aei'iiintiiodjlion. p ni.
Mail 4:10 a m.
I As. JOHNSON. J. .lONES.
ti u Simtlu rn Aff.Mit. 'licket AL'ent.
W I', JOHNSON, den. Paeut" r Anent.
(JAIRO iVr ST. LOUIS It. K.
II. NV. SMITH Kits, Htx-oc-r.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINK P.ETWEEX
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Time H-hd ul-:
l iiroueh Expresn le.-ive. Cairo . H;4 A.m.
Tliroj-h K.ipren arrive at K. St Lce.iia. rmDp.m.
ThrotiL-h Kxpra leave E St Loui n:ooa.m.
Tlir.juu'h Kxprecf arrive" at Cairo 5:1(1 p.m.
.V;irph;borna( con:inodati'inl.-avi- I airo 1 :oo p.m.
Mii'phboro Acc.arriven.at M;ir,ihb(iro 7:'.H p.m.
.Murphyahoro Ace. ee Mui phy-buro. .. 5:iia.m.
Murpliji-boro Air. arrive at Cairo llla m.
The Cairn A St I.o'Ha Hall toad I- the or,!v all
Kail lioute bvtwei-u Cairo and St. Loui under one.
management, th refon- Hut.- ar-- no delay at
way latiun- awaiting eonu-etion fnon oilier line.
Clne and ure rnnnection at Si l..mi witbutbur
line for Noith. Lat and Wel
J. A. NAI t.I.E. I.. M. JOHNSON.
A.'eut. General .Manager.
OHIO it MISSISSIPPI R'v.
r.)ul- '1 , 1 -j i - J 'I
TIMF. TAIil.K OK PAl:(iKI: 1 II M N KlU'M
vim knm:- iNnv. :;n. Js7l.i
Nn. -.' Day Expr .Ke.-pt mi'i Invi
' n Kpi. i Kxc.-pi Nuudavi. ...'.. .
" t Ni:nt Kxpre iD.ulyi'
No ,'i Kxiire ( Exc'in Mimlay)
" 1 Day Kxprc" i rite, pi Sunday i.
" :i Nibt hxprcF .Dally).
J. H. CI.AKK. C. S. CiiB. .In.,
Aijeut Inceniii (leu. Ticket g i Cincinnati
. I rs-i p. in.
. I ;.. 111.
. !.'' a. in.
. !!.:i p. m.
1 : .'. a. in.
gT. LOUIS, I. M. t S. U y.
C 'ui r Ti mi T;ill.
T' Xiih Kxprc 'Daily) p. m
Coniieclut Cliarlei'liui fur Coluuibu
Texaa Expfc Daiiy 'J::l.",a. m.
A cinntnuilacon DailyJ ', ;:m p. ni.
Olllce aiid l'aenp'r Depot No. .V" Ohio Levee
J. C. ZIMMK!!. Aj.-tit.
D. Axtki i.. Divi-loll Suiicrinteiident
PUOPhlKTOIl (P SPUOAT'S PATENT
Wholosalo Dofilei' in Ice.
KT. BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON. WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
O K l''lt.'K!
Cor. Twelfth Street und Levee,
WOOD AN 1) COAL,
( W. WIIKKLKR,
Dealer in nil kind' of
Co ril Wood. Stove Wood,
IMG MUDDY COAL
W00D AND ('OAL YARD:
Tontli Street, Between Wiisliiutoii anil
ONE OF THE MOST I M POUT ANT DISCOV
of the nineteenth renlurv. and one Hint takes
equal rank with thu Invention of the telephone,
Uie electric Hu'ht and other wIl-uiIUc uarvlea ol
tbeac, la tbat or
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Tbla Compound poa the mot remiirkablfl
Healiutf ProperU.-s of any knonu aent employ
ed lor the purpoe of ciwIiik
SOKES, WOUNDS, CUTS. IlIuriSES,
Inflituicl und abradud surfaces, and for
ALL SKIN DLSASES.
Ila rleauilii( propmtlea remove, all Impnrltlea
tbat hinder the formation nf u healthy tleih, and
tilt! work of euro ioe on to complutloii with
iuot WONDKKFCl KAPIDITY. Let no family
bewiibnut a box of It in th hoaae. Phyicinn
extol It virtuea; and the thu tliouaaiid who
uaveuxed It. unite iu recommeudlni? It. Dcware
Ask for Hfiiry s Carbolic Salve, and take
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
(i) Sole Proprietor,
BAKCLAY BROS., wholeaale Aecuta.
"Par iiikln epella.
fit. diiui', palpi
tatlon aud low aplril
rely on Hop itinera. "
u-e Hop Itinera, aud
you will be droiiL'.
healthy and happy."
"Ladiea. do yon want
to hn atroriL. bealtbv
and lieaiitiful!' Ttieu
ue Hop Itinera. "
"The preatent utipe.
tler. .lomach. blood
and liver rc-uululor
yer. Editoi. Dank
er and I.adiea need
Hop liitter daily "
"Hop Bitter hn re
Mlored toobricty and
health. perlect vvrecka
'Sour stomach, nick
headache and diz.i
Ue. Hop Bitter
cure with a lew
"$') will be paid
for a cae that Hop
Hi t turn will not cbiu
or help "
"Hop Bitter build
up, HtrcDL'th.iiK and
from the flrt-1 doe."
complaiuta of all
Hop Col on C't r.E I
the cwecteM. aal'et
anil bet. Ak chil
dren. The Hop Pad for
stomach. Liver aud
Kldneya i mperior
to all other. Aak
D.I .C. ianaboluto
and irreilable enre
for drunkenues. life
of opium, tobacco
All above old by
drii'.'k'i . Hop Hit
C o., Hocheter. N. Y.
Ci ORC.OIT 1
V ' At'l'TE Oil CHRONIC
Maoufactured unlr under the above Trade Ma
Kl'UOPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OK PAKIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
L'Uu.'JU'eeiJ. Now exclll!v. Iv ued bv a l celebra
led Ptiyii Ian of Europe mid America, becominc a
Staple, ll'jrmle und Reliable Kemodv on both
continent. The blhe) .Medical Acailemy of
ran report n.) c:ire out oi mi ciii' wnmn lliree
day. Sec re! -The only diolverof the poionoil
I rlc Acid wbich exiat In the Buiod of Rheumatic
ana i. only Patient, fl a box: ii boxes for $".
Sent to any adirc on receipt of price. Indorsed
bv Phvii'l.iit. Soldbvull iirui!it. A'ldre.
Only In.p..rl';r' Depot iV Droadwav. N, Y.
KorSaleby BARCLAY BROS., and Dru-L'lti
(jAIIiO CITY FEliliYCO.
THREE tgil STATES.
On and after Monday, ,'tiim lti. the boat will make
the fullowiui; trip:
t-KAVt t.BAVK LEATK
Foot Fourth at Miouri Land'u. Kentucky Ld'j;.
a. m. S::)o a. m. y a. m.
in i". 10:10 a. m. 11 a. m.
P- m. 2:-pt p. tn. :t p. m.
P- in- 4:.Vi p.m. r p. m.
O. m. S:S0p.m. a p. Ill
II. L C ST RAT EI).
Studvli..' tie Mlhlcct objectively nud rrom the
educational point of view .-eekini; to provide Hint
.vblch. taken iilto tber, will be of Hie uiol ervice
to Hut lanreM number-1 lonn at;o couclniled Hint
I could have but one work lor m public library,
and elect a complete et ol Harper's Mon'.hlv." '
w lil.K I'U.VNCl Adam, Jr.
It c.iiili'til are conii ibiited by Ihu niot eminent
writer and nitUt of Kurope and America, w hile
the loni; exfierlenco of It publiher ha made
them thoroiiklily converanl with thedelre of the
public, which they will (.pure no ellott to gratify.
Thu volume of the Muirazlne bnL'ln wllb the
number for .lime aud December ol each veur.
Mien no time I apcclfli'd, it will be understood
bat the ubcrlber wlhes to lieln with the cur
cut Number .
AltPKK'S M(IAZINIi,Oneear l (
HARPER'S WKKKLY, " " ....I in
IIARPKR'S IIAZAH, 4 oil
The TIIKKK obove iinmed p'lldlciitioii, One
Year in iiO
Any TWO above-named, One Year 7 (H)
IIAUPKII'S YOI'.NU PKOPLK.Oue Year 1 .Ml
Pounce Kree to all auctlbei In tbo United
Sluice or Cunada.
A Complele Set or Iaiii'KU Mviiawnk. com
prlalniMi Voluniea, lu neat cloth bluilluK, will be
enl by cxpte, frolubt al cxpctim oriunliaer,oii
n-celpt of $1 & per volume. Single volumea, bv
mall, poft-pald. 3:1 (in. cloth cucx, for bludliiK,
cent, by mull. pol-pald.
Remlt'tintuca ahould ho tnadii bv Pot-Olllce
Money Older or Dralt, t avoid chance ofloM.
Newpiipei ure not to copy till ailveitUeineiit
wllboill the expreaa order ol lUtirmi IIiiotiikiik.
Addiusa UAKPEK Ji UKOTllliUS.New Yoik.
DieaeH which are produced bv Lous of Nervous
Powtr, coue4uc.m Muncular Relaxatlou, vl,:
Consuniptioii, Rroncbitis. Astlima,
Whoopin? Conyh, Ajiliouia, Coii!h,
Nervousness, Mental Depression,
Neuralgia, Epileiitie Fits,
St. Vitus Dunce, Nervous Debility,
Chronic Diiirrluea, Leuconiio"a,
Fever and Affile, Marasmus,
Dysjiepsia, Dyptlieretie Prostration,
Interrupted and Feeble Action
of the Heart.
Diacate Produced by Ovifnaxlng thu Mind, by
Orlef or Anxiety, by Rapid Orowlh, by Child
baerini;. by Insufficient Nonrlbment, by
Itecidi-iievln HotCliinuleaor Unhealthy '
Localities, by Kxcesse. or bv any
Irrcgiilaniea of Life.
Art endle chain of good effect I formed by
Fellows' Compound Syrup of llypophuphites;
and we are aafe in sayiu. from a lout! experience
liiriedielue.itfTirtues ure not poseed bv Hnv
other coiiiliiiiatioii. Notk Be upiclou of per
son w ho recommend any other article as "jiit a
liood." thoiiKh beai-lus a similar naruu. and of those
who offer tue cheaper priced article. T-it i onlv
the Independent, well-posted and unseltlsh phvl
clun who can afford to prescribe this remedy. Ex
perience ha proved this. The hiqhest cla medl
cnl men iu every lare citv. w hen-it I known, rec
ommend it. SOLD BY ALL DIU OOISTS.
i it illinium n
PHYMCIAXS. CLEIiOYMEN AND THE
THE (JREATEST JIEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
C URE Ml K IIEADAU!
CURE FEVER and An
CURE BILIOUS C I.IC
Cure KIDNEY Complain
CURE TORPID L1VE1
Dit Terr has succeed
ed in combining In tbeu
pill the heretofore an
lairontHlc (juaHti of a
iti'l a runtytni: Ionic.
Their flrt aopareul ef
fect is to iucreae the ap-
petite ny canxlni; tlie
food to properly aiml
iale. Thus the'vtem I
iiourl-hed. anil fiy their
onio action on the di',;.'
ive organs, regular and
liealthy evacuations are
the rapidity with
which the persons take
n flesh while under the
nthicnce of these nl .
indicates their adapta-
llltv to notirih the hod-
y. hence ttielrcfficacv iu
urinir nervous dcbiliiv.
vastinv of the muscles
HlnuijIsUnese of the liver.
impartitit! health and
kretitU to the system.
I'RICF. -ri CENTS.
M Murray Street.
Al n IT ATTC1 W
J. T. WAKREX A' CO.
i)U (Hi W. Second St.
Koreicn and Domestic dried and canned Fruits and
Vegetables. Canned, dried ud salt Fish. Pick
le. Sauces, Oils and Condiments. Soup
lutK ll.ikln Powders, sround and
whole Spice. Toilet and Laundry
Soap. Seed, .tellies, I'reserve
Fancy (Iroceti,- and tiro
StmK unparalleled in the West.
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the best artistsexerted a most powerful and bene
llctal Influence upon the public mind.
The weight or Us Inlluence will ulwaysbe foiiud
on the sldeof tnoralllv, enlitjhteiinient.'aud refinement.
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after the receipt of the order.
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MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Livkkpool, March 13, 2 p. m.
Wheat -unchd Wiatcr, llslU 8d i
Spring, 10s 3d(lls; California, averugtf,
10s fidails2d; California chili, lis ld
lUTil. Corn New 5s 0,d.
NEW YORK OKAIN.
New York, March 15, 12:0.1 m.
Wheat quiet No. 2 Chictigo, 1 40
1 ; No. 2 Milwaukee, 1 AS
m 4-'); Red Winter, f 1 420 1 49; No.
2 Red Winter, $t 40 ; No. 2 Amber, nom'l ;
Com - No. 2, 00.
CuiCA.io, March 1"), 10:00 A. M.
Wheat May, 1 22i8'; April, 1 31,'.
March, 1 22.
Pork May, $11 rl.
Com Mav, 40.
Cuicaoo, March 12:C0 p. m.
Corn-March, May, 404'.
Oats May, So; April, 30 2',
Pork-May,$ll 57); April, f 11 42ja'.
Wheat-March. 1 1 21'2'; April, 1 218'
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
THE PALM EH MOVEMENT.
Si'iu.MiFiEi.u. IIP., March 14. The Pul
mcr club of 1880 have called a public
niectiti at the court house, this city, on
Wednesday evening next, and cx-Gov. Pal
mer will deliver an address. Hon. J. C.
Robinson and W. L. Morrison are also ex
pected to be present.
SflC'IUKOK AN ALTO It.
Boston, March 14. Geo. H. Hammond
committed suicide last night by hanging.
He was a well-known actor. His sta"e
name was Geo. H. Hillman and he was the
father of he "Little Hillmans" and played
a long time with Yankee Locke.
ESCAPE OF A KOIIUKK.
Cleveland, March 14. Edward E.
Jones, arrested in Chicago, and taken to
Mansfield, Ohio, on charge of forgery on
Friday night, escaped by letting himself
from the fourth story of a hotel whrjrc he
was in custody. It is supposed that he has
$2o,000 forged notes in his possession.
Ml ltDEKElt C.UTLltEI).
Lafayette, Ind., March 14. The Lafay
rttee Journal to-night received a special
from Logansport announcing the capture of
Moynihan, who is under sentence of death
tor the murder of Raymond at that place
last September, lie was found in a coloied
woman's home near the Pan-Handle shops,
armed with a shot gun, but made no resist
ance when the sheriff's posse captured him.
The reward of $.)00 dollars was divided be
tween two police officers who arrested him.
A POSSIUI.E CANDIDATE KOIt PUESIDEYI.
New Yohk, March 14. The New York
Sun will print to-morrow a six-column re
view of the life ami services of Senator
David Davis of Illinois. The editorial
comment says that Judge Davis has been
talkcdjaliout a good deal as u man who
may be supported for president, not only
by the Democratic party but also by the
great mass of Independents and those Re
publicans who ure opposed to the third
term, lie is spoken of us a sound status
man, the very antipodes of n military man
and possessed of very decided views
against centralization and in favor of local
Sr. Paul.. Minn., January 4lh, lis 78.
James 1. Fellows, Esi. Dear Sir: I
have deferred writing to yon ere this that I
might be able to give an account of the ef
fect of your medicine, I can now Biifely say
that it is undoubtedly the best I ever tried,
as there cnu lie no doubt that my little girl
is in a fair way of recovery, and you must
bear in mind, that this was a very bad case,
and I do honestly believe Hint had I not
given it to her, she would have been dead
ere this, now she cats hearty and is gaining
in flesh, the lits are only partial and the ac
tion of the heart is less terrible; I am, sir
yours very respectfully, I). Walter Oakes.
SKVKX WILDCATS IN A TREE.
For several months last summer consid
erable loss was sustained near Jonesvillu in
lambs and poultry. At last she robbers
have been found. The Rev. Mr. Elliott
and live companions started out for a grand
coon hunt, with dogs and guns. The dogs
started a trail that led them into the big
timber, und in about tho center thu hounds
all brought up to a long, hollow
tree. It being near dark, the
party voted to stay all night. So
building up a roaring tiro aud sending off
for some refreshments, they wore off' the
tough hours of the night by playing domi
noes on an old log. As soon ns'they could
see, the treo was foiled, and to their aston
ishment seven wildcats, two being full
grown, and live about one halt size, sprang
from the tree. A grand tight ensued with
dogs, guns and clubs, and ended by killing
all but ono of the wildcats, which was sec
cured alive. Tho men carried their gain
homo in great triumph.
Mrs. Winhlow's Soothing Syult.
Rev. Sylvanus Cobb thus writes in the Bos
ton Christian Freeman: We would by uo
meaus recommend any kind ot medicine
which wo did not know to bo good partic
ularly for infants. Hut of Mrs. WinslowV
Soothing Syrup wo can speak from knowl
edge; in our own family it has proved a
blessing indeed, by giving un infant
troubled with colic pains, quiet sleep, and
tho parents unbroken rest at night. Most
parents can appreciate these blessings.
Here is an article which works to perfec
tion, anil which is harmless; for the sleep
wi.ich it affords the infant is perfectly nat
ural, and the little cherub awakes as
"blight as a button." And during the
process of teething, its value is incalcula
ble. We have frequently heard mothers,
say that they would not bo without it from ,
the birth of the child till it has finished
with tho teething siege, on any considera
tion whatever. Sold by all druggists. 2.1
cents a bottle.
THE CANAL RING AND TAMMANY.
New York 5nn.
In the rural districts there is a strong
feeling ugainst Tammany hall. Its support
of any candidate or any cause brings with
it a certain amount of odium, which has be
come almost inseparably connected with
that ancient institution.
The canal ring is altogether odious.
The Republicans are believed to have a.
very close alliance with Tammany hall.
They now appear to be in opeti alliance
with the canal ring.
What will bo tho effects in the rural dis
tricts? Very disastrous to the Republicans.
"An Old Physician's Advice." Coughs
colds, asthma ami other pulmonary affec
tions should be looked to and promptly
treated in time and thus all serious result
may be avoided, and for this purpose we
know of no better remedy than "Dr.
Swnyne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry." Tho first dose gives relief, and it is
sure to cure the worst cold or cough in a
very short time. Try a 25 cent bottle and
be convinced, and you will thus ivoid a.
doctor's bill, and most likely a serious spell
of sickness. Price 25 cents and $1 per bot
tle, or six bottles $5. The large size is the
most economical. Prepared by Dr. Swayne
& Son, MO North Sixth street, Philadel
phia. Sold by all prominent druggists.
A USE FOR THE PUZZLE.
New York World.
Here is a. man who is to be envied. He
writes as follows : For years past my home
has been a curse through the unbridled
tongue of my mother-in-law. But now (.11
is changed and through the mystic influ
ence of "Fifteen." One evening last week
I purchased a box of the blocks ami took
them home. My mother-in-law grabbed
them up, and ever since has not spoken a
word to any one, and my home has become
a paradise. As I write I can hear the
clicking of the cubes in the little box under
manipulation of my mother-in-law. God .
bless the inventor of "Fifteen."
Cataiiiiii ok the Rlahdeu Ciura).
Hthrtftttn,, Monroe Co., N. Y., Jan. 5, 1880.
H. II. W.vit.NEii& Co. :--Gentlemen :
I am a man 67 years of age, have lived in
Monroe county, N. Y., most of my life, and
believe there is no man of my acquiutance
who would doubt pny statement I might
make. I have been a terrible sufferer of
catarrh ot the bladder for years. Hearing
of a number of cures from the uso of your
remedy, and after taking a few bottles of
your Safe KJdncyand Liver cure. I was not
only relieved, but found myself cured.
An exchange gives the following seusible
advice: Don't believe every senseless ru
mor you hear respecting reputable citizens;
dou't retail a calumny against any man un
less you have a good foundation for belief -iug
it true; don't bite off your own nose to
spite your face; don't let passion knock
down judgment aud choke its life out;
dou't go back on principle to gratify per
sonal teeling; don't betray the conlldence of
your friends; don't tcive your friend the
"dirty shnkc," as the boys say, because he
dou't look through your spectacles; don't
harbor iiuimosiiy against a neighbor be
causo his opinions conflict with yours. I5e
Chi'istiunlike; bo charitable.
Buown's HdLSEiioi.n Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby mora certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the Mile, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of naiu.
"Ilrowu's Household Panacea" should bo
in every family. A teaspoonful of tho Pan
acea m n tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred ), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 2" els. a bottle.
Mrai Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
cd by worms, Rrowu's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible iu
jury to thu most delicate child. This .val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found to be abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-live cents a box.
New York, 1876.
Giles & Co. Gents: I havo for more
than one year prescribed your Liniment
with tho very best results. I hve found it
is an application in inflammation of the
lungs, (pneumonia), or pleurisy, one of the
very best. It penetrates the tissues or part
rapidly. In cases of irregularity of the
heart's action, depending on nervous Irrita
tion, it acts promptly. After being made
acquainted with the combination of your
Liniment and seeing its action in so large
a number of cases, I do not hesitate to rec
ommend the ssnirt to both thu public antt
tho profession. Yours' truly, Rotwrt 8.
Newton, M. I)., 137 West Forty-screntU
Gilk's Pilijj cures dyspepsia.
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