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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN. VOLUME XL CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1830. BCSINESSDIItECTOKY of tbe leading busliicsa bourn whose advertise ment m it.y be found la Tim Hi i.i.ktin dky coous. C O. Patier Jt Co., Commercial ivoimt mil Nine teenth street. (fKOCKKIKS, (. D. Williamson A Co. Yociim A Hroderlek, Wah Ave., cor. Eighth. Dennis i O l.uii-liliu. Poplar, cor Twentieth. PUYSHIANS. Dr. J. II. Morriii ; ofllce, HO Commercial aieinlc. DENTISTS. Dr. W.C. Jufclyii, Eighth near ( 'omrncrclal Dr. E. W. Whi'tlocU, l. omiiicrcUl avenue. Myl'OlW. P.ubt Smyth. No lit) Ohio levee IN'Sl'KANCK. H. I!. CuikIco, No. 7H)hlo levee (up mir). K'ju'.UIile Lit.!, of New York, coru.-r Tueillh ami Washington avmue. Widows ud Orphan MuUal Aiil Society, Seventh and Coumir';ial avenue. -DP..;;;lSTS WHOLESALE AND 1! ETA II.. ( eo. E O'llara, Kihteenlh Mini Commercial. BANKS, Ali wii'l'T Coimly Haul;. Mil nd Coruin'reial I !) National. Ohio lever. STEAMBOATS Champion. Thrre State. i K corner Twelfth luu I.cive, BltAl KKTSIOllK. Foul, turner Nintli and C ommeriial. Ju'.m sproai. K C THK MUI.S. i fVfml. IKI.!VKI! open i :M a.m.; closes .l s.wip to.; Sunday: S'oH a. m Money Ord'-r DepaiOueiit open st S a. m. cluin.- a' fi 11 in TU ro" all Exprr Mai; via Itlitioio Central and 1 -irtil fpl On:.' 1 Bailmad loe at M: P m. Ciiro MB J Poplar B.uH ilirou;;U "d W ar Mil. C'iM;m l'j:.i')p. ill. , ,. , , ,-, Way Mull via llliii"i C entral. ( airo linil in cmnea ami Mi.":ppi Crural llailroud" cl.r-e at Ut'u U: Narrow Ui3t- Ballromi rle 9 a ee. . C airo ar.d Kvnnvl!k Hiver Route umi'i at h::iO ui. Ci;iy iex:epl Frlduw. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. City Utlicer-. Maror-S" B Tlrstlewnod. Tniasurer - F.nward Dezoma. lerk-Dtnui J. Koler. fonuaWor - Wru. B liilb-r;. Jlarnukl-J ' l.allue. AlUiruey- William ID-urlm k board or i lining. Fiwt Waid-M .1. Ilowley Sn oud Ward -Diwd T. Linear I. It. Wood Thir Ward-W. P. Wri?!it. Egbert Smith. Fourth Wrd-t Uirl0 Patter. Janie Kyuaton Filth Wjrt-T. W. llallida.. Krue-t IJ I'ettit. County Otflcer ( lirult .Iiid'e-U .1 Itu.irr. ( irr.uit Cl-tk-J. A. Kmvev Ciunty Judife-H. S ui Coautv ClerU-s. J HuniHi ( iiimty At'onwv- W. C. VulW -y. Coniitv Treanrer-Mlie H. P:k'-r. SUeritf l''hn Hortxra. Corouer-It . Kiturraif.. , Cnnutv Coiinnlloliera-1. . HaulUay, .1 A. 11 Gib!, Sami. l Brlley. CHI KflirX ILLINOIS CENTRAL II. It. J ,,cYf,-7.;imy,.ii1 ifiiiiiiin. Shortest and Quickest Route T o St. Louis and (liicairo. 'I lie Only Line Ifnuniiiir Tivh Kailv Trains From Cuiro, Making Dl- ' KECT COXNKCTIOX with KASTKRN LINKS. TllAINa l.KAVK ('Allln: .'!: .i in. Mfiil. Arriving in St. I.oniklitr, a in.: CLica-n. p.m.: (.'oiiii-i tiria m Oiiin and KfthiL'Imiii for Clnciu nati, I.iiulHViile. IndiauupolK aud pniuts Euxt. 1 1:1." a.m. st. iuis mill N'chItii JCxl-t-f,H. Couoectioac at St. LouU .'or all poioln WVt. .' p.m. I-'ust Kxprew. For St. I.ni;i and C litcao. arriiiij;; at St. Louie I0:l.'i p in., audi hlra .'o ',: ) a m. .:tj i iu. inciiwi.'iti h:xivf'nn. Arriving t Clniiniiaii T:j am : Lomcville ; ) a tu.; Iiliaimpnli i.-ijn a.m. l'aienaera lv tti i- ti a i reai li Urn stjove udiitn llj'toMtJ lli'CltS !u nd.:iiKe ot any olbir route. Fast Time l )it. I'.'Ksf'll'nM'V 1V Bl'lri)Uli to l-.ut. ti- . 11,1 ,.rn ,utM without ay ci.-laa v caused My Sunday i nl-r fiilti 4 . The Saturday alter iiooii train from Cairo arriio in iii u Y'ork Moiidav moinitii; at l:.r, Tliirty-nii lioraiu adnmc o'f any til lief route. l'"r 1 liidK'ti 1 it k'-tc and further iiifnrinatioii. ippll at Ilhiioi rntral Ilnilroad Ji 'pnt.i irn. TKAINS Al:l:l E AT CAMtd r-irr" : ,, Ai'i-omiiiiiiiitiiiii. .. : :;."! ji m 4 HI ii.tn ; JA?. .JOHNSON. .1. JONKS, -i-n Soiin,.-rn AiT' Iii. Tuki I Aeut W. I'. .IOIlNsy.. (.i ii. Pa-.;o.er Aaent? THE WOKKIMiMAN'H FK1KM) In tlieae ihiya of pollilcul trickerv, a trtit mend I11 the time of nerd U a friend Indeed; and mull a friend U Dr. WJI. HALL'S RALSAM for the LUN(;S It l a Hu e cure for CUN.Sl-MPTION.COlfillS.COI.DS.ASTIIMA BKONCHITIS. HOAUSKNKSS. aud all diieaseaor the Lungs, cheat and Throat. Thia well known remedv ha been lined for thirty yearn aud haa cured ttioimaudu of taw, many ol whh h were jriveii up aa hopelei... No cane, however o!illiiate, rau relt tlio heal nu propertie ol Dr. Win. Hall'a Ilulnuin, turt le I.iiuir. Trial bottle will be fiirnlihed irr.'ilit,itioui.ytoBllwho are alllicted with I.uul' aud pectoral dUeaaen. r-K,.,n,.t.rt(mt A theperflattMit uc of lllu Halaam that cun: the worst faie JOHN p. HENRV, CL'RRAK & Co.. hole Proprtetom, i COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YOIIK, (1) BARCLAY ItltOrt. Wlioluali; AL'eiil. NEWE SRIES-NO. 237. fki n L'iinii v I '' ' "" '" 1 1 .uur.v.u.w. BAILKOAD8. up,.,,.., I " ....... I Jlr.UILAI,. i i i FELLOWS ",ti COMl'OLXO CAIRO A: ST. LOl'IS II. . riiiiiiiiiii It. W.SMITHKIJS. Itereivcr. SH()I!TeNT SIIdPT riVfomiTi-v CAIRO AND ST. I'flS. vr.i m. A:'llp.ui. .M.m. 1 1 p DJ. 'i'imf Sfhi-ilnlt.; 1 hro'lb Exprr.ii Ii-.ive Cairo T!:rouaU Etliren nrrive. at K. SI I.nn- 1'lirouah Kipp-.a leave E. r I.oui... Throuii Eiprtu arrive" a: Cairo . M irpnv!)oroai (ommoda!ion rave, i nirn I mi n, .n i pay tifiro Aa- arnve.-ai MurpbylKiro T.-jip.ui. M:irpliy'-fiM A c. iraie Murpb) -'ioro .. Simi ui. Miirpby.lioio Act arrivtuat Cairo ll:ria uj. Tai Cairo Jk Si l.oe.i H:iil i:nd i tl. t.nli- .11 Ka!li(o:i'e lietwctii Cairo :tud Si. I.oui under one luatiaji-nu-tit. therefore then- are no delav at way iatii'U awaitiui; rouiiertioij. from otheniue. CUi.- and iiri;roiirierti,)ti a: St Loll withotner Iiii- lor North, Eat and Wwi 'For iul;ina pel!. til, dizlue. palpi t.iMunand lowapint rely on Hop Hitters.' Keadiif.procureuud use Hop flitter, and voj will -be tron. healthy and h:ippy.'- "Luiliej. iloyon want to tie troii". dealt hy aud he.nititiit Then use Hop Hitter."' 'Ti.e qr-at' t anpi tler. Moniai li. blond and llier reauinrur -Hop liitter." Clergymen. I. a w yrr. Editor". Hank er and Ladle need Hop Hitter daily" Hop Hitter ha- re tor''dloobrietyand health. perfect w reck (row intemperance." 'Sour tnmach, ick luadarii,. and diz.l-iii-. Hop Hitter cure ith a lew do..-.." S. Uil fill will be paid for a cae tbat Hop Hitter wli not cine or help " Hop Hitter bullii up, treui'then mid cure oontiimiilly from the firt doe." 'Kldueyauil t'rluarv romplalia o I a l'l kind, permanently cured I iy Hop Bitter. Hov ( ori.ii Cluk j the weetet. ufet arid ben. A'kcbil-ilr-n. Tiie Hoi Pah for stomal h. Liver and Kkl.-ieys 1 uperior to all other. Al I)rii'L'lt. I) I.C. I an absolute and ir.-titalile cure for diiiiikenncs, ue of opliini. tobacco and narcotic. All above old bv druiri Hop Bit ter MiiuufatttirliiL' Co., KocheHter. N. Y. :rcu!ar. TTIK DAILY Bl'LLKTIN. The Daily Bullptiii. AFKIi'VN M F - Koiirte-u'n 'reet. le-tween Waln it aud e l.ir tn-et": -ervi,,- sabbath II a. iu and T 'V' p. m ; Scud.iy si bool l :: p. la tHKISTIAN-riahteeiith street: mertuii: Sab- bath lO: Wp pr"clillii! otciloiail . MI Mir II OF THE KEDEEM KK -Etleopa!) I. Fo'irteenlU tr--t: Si.'.ida. Mornini! prayer l i a. m ; evi-ulna praier. 7: p m : Sunday cbool :" a. in I'lidny evening praier 7 : p. m. l-lltsT MlssIONAHY BVIT1ST t'Ht hl ll -V Preachiu" at o::to a. m . .1 p m.. and ' p m. Snblialb liool at I p m. P.ev. T. J shun-, mlor. IlTHEItAN Tiiirteeti'b atree! : '-rvif- Ml) j bath 1 a in ; Sunilay uliooi ip i" l!ev. Kmppe, pastor MBTIIODIST-Cor Eijhth n, Walnut :r-t; PrearhinK Sulibath lo.in a m. and T p.m.; praver inert i ujt. Wednrsda.v T::m p in.; Samlay School, S a in. Iter. Whitiak'r, .ator. 1KKSBYTKl!IAN-ElL'hth street; prea,hii,2 nn Sabbath at 11 ' a. in. and T;:iop ni ; prayer meetlne Wedti'i.iv at ;;lop. ni.; Sur.iiay School at :) P ni. H'-v. B. Y. Oeoi j''. pastor. SECOND FIIEEWII.L IIAI'TIsT - Fifteei th utreot. between Walnut and Cedar streets, ser vice Sabbath at .1 aud T: p m ST. JOSEPH'S -iltoman C.itlioliri Corner ( M" , nd Walnut street; erv1ie S.'ibatti in ::h itt ; Sunday selnwil at i p. in ; epei ! p. tu ; er Ttir every day at S p. in. "T. PATP.K'K's -iltonian Cstbo'lc i Corm-r Nluih tr-et aud Wu-htiiLton avenue; service Sati- na'b 8 and 10 n. in : Veper :t p. in : Snndny S.-lioui S p ni ; " vit e every day at p. lit . Lev. f . .Mwi, pnrl. 1 . A .At'tiI.E. Ai-ut L M. ,101! Vsf)N. lienera! Manager. OHIO MISSISSIPPI Wy, m n . ?n ..........r. R Carrier, 'J5c Per Week COLLECT KI WREKLY, or & 1() Per Venr. &Q It' paii! Vi-urly nr Semi-Yearly IN ADVANCM SYIIITP HlTO-'PIIOS-PiHTES lSAnAPTKU l-'Olt Ileae which arn prnduced bv Los of Nervoti Power, con!iiunt Muocular Kelaxatlon, vl.: ('oiHiiiiilitioii. Bronchitis. Asthma, WIiiHiiiinj Coni-'Ii. Aphonia, C0112I1. Nervousness, Mental Depression, Xeuralsfia, Kpileptie Fits, St. Vitus Dance. Nervous Debility, Chronic Diarrho-a, LencorrlHea, Fever and Affile, Marasmus, Dysjx'psla, Dyit heretic l'l-ostration, - Intorriiptetl .nl Feehle Action of the Heart. B:car Produced by Overtaxliiu the .Mind, by lirirf or Anxiety, by liapid (irowtb, by Child barring, by Inurticleut Nourishment, hy Itrsldi-nreiu Hot Climale or L'nhealthv Localities, bv Excee. or by any ' Irrcaiilanle of Life. An i-ndles chain of simd eil'ecu I formed bv iellow Coiiipoiiuil Syrup of Hvpopbospbites": and we an- afe in saylny. from a louz experienco In r.ietliclue. it virtue - not pwHesspil liv hiiv oilier (oinliinatioii. Notk He suspicion of per son who recommend anv other article a "lust as ltood." thoiiith bearing a similar name, and of those who oDer the cheaper priced article. Ujrlt I only the Independent, well-posted aud uuselHsh phvf clan who ran atl'ord to prescribe this remedy. Ex perienc? ha proved thi. The hiirhet clasK medi cal men Ui every lar;e ritv, where it 4 known, rec ommend it. SOLI) BY ALL DKL'titilSTS. -J WITS PILLS INDORSED BY rilYSUTANS. CLERWYMKN AND THE AFFLICTED EVERY WHERE. TIIE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF TIIE AGE. TIME TMll.K OK I'A-st-.V; IM KNM. (NhV. Kit 'IKAINs ISTII.I The Weekly Bulletin p. w Aim. v' Hay Expr-. lEvvrpt s.m layi ., l:.n;,.m. ii Epri-" i Evrpt Sutht.n i. . . ,' r ;.", p. m. t Nielli Epre ll'ailyi' PJ :. m. No S1 I: mp KTM Mill " Expr . Except stmdavi 1 day Epres i Except suudavi " :i Nicht Express iHallyi .1 li. Ci.aiik. C. s. C(,l;, ,j . Aijp'iit Vineeune. (i en Tick -t A ' t Cinciniu; C . ) ( i . tZ...J A 4S Coluinn 8 Pue Jper in. , in m. ISSUED EVERY MONDAY. ST. LOUIS, I. M."t S. R'y. Per Year Q , ") f III Adv.lllre CI'.-w.VV To ( LI IiS c,i' FIVE of MORE, ft. .10 per fixr. PATFATS. i jArrE.rrs Obtained for new invention, or for imprnvement on old one ; for medical or other compounds, trade marks aud label. Caveat. Assignment, luter ferencea, Appeal. Suit" fur Infringement, and all cae arlins under the Palent Law, prompt- lv attended to Invention that have been iiil I VI 'l1 LMl ''' ""' ealent Olllce mar 'till. lilJ't PAj 1 avi It in niot rae, lie imlented by tia. BeitiB oppolte the !,'. S. Patent Iirpartment. and encased III Patent bn1lie exclusively, we run make closer searches, unit secure Patent more promptly, and with broader claim, than those w'io are remote from WiHiiunton. I V VW'K'Vl Mi ' nioilfl or ketcli ol Hi ? Tiii i UJVo your di'vice: we make ex aminations mid advlse'a to patentability, free ol charite, All correspondence strictly contldentlal. Prices low, and no chnrije unless patent I secured. We refer In Washington, to llot Potmater Oeueral I). M. Ker. Hev. V. I). Power. The Merman American National Hnnk. tootllclal in the l". S, P.ti.nt office, and to Senator, and Kf prcsetitatives lu Cnnuress; and especially to nor tllenl In every State lu the L'uioti aud iu Canada. Addret J C. A. SNOW & CO.. Oppoaito Patout offlce, Washlnulon 1). C MILL AND COMMISSION'. ( 'i i i i-i Tiiii M':ill'. I r.vvH" Texa E qire ' Daily .':f, p. m Coiiuerts at Charlrslou for l oliuuli;;- AIIIUVK. Tex Expre-s jllaliyl J::'..".!i m. AiTo'iimoilHtioii Dailvl .letup, m. Oilier ui.d Passenger Drool No. .' Ohio Levee. ,1 C. I MM F.U, A;ent. ! A.xtki.i.. Oivision Suiicrinlcndeiit G.ltMii!:E"s AllTIKK I.U. E.Mt Dci'Mt PEltFEcTLV RIISTOKE TIIE HEAKINO AND p. rlnrm tlir work of the Naluiiil Hruiii. Alwnv in position. BI T 1NVISIHIJC TO Ol'IIEKS. ' All rtnivi-rsalloii and even whisper braid distinctly. Wtr refer to tbo"e iilii; I hem. Send fur descriptive circular. OWIMOJiE FA It JtlilM CO, ( INC1N NATI. t The BulIjKtly Hi xdek v HiUiilnir Ainericiiu Paeket Conipiiiiy )VeekIy Line ol' Steamships l.'-avlni; New York every Tliurday at i P. M. Foli ENlil.AND. FI.'ANCE AND CEIIM.VNY. Ticket to and from Kuiope itt lowest rate. For liassai;e uplily to C. B. I ( 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 CO., Oeueral )'a"i tii?er Ainit. til llneulwuv. New York, or to 11 WELLS. Cairo. Ills. I uliriir. Binding;, HLANK HOOK' WORK OP a 11 Kinds. T HIT'S PILLS CLUE SICK IIEADACHj TurrispiLLS CCI5E DYSPEPSIA. TUTT'S PILLS C THE CONSTIPATION TUTT'S PILLS' (- CUE PILES TUTT'S PILLS CCUE FEVEK and Agu TUTT'S PILLS CL'KE BILIOI'S C...L1C TUTT'S PILLS Cure KIDNEYComplaint TUTT'S PILLS cri!E TOIIPIU LIVEl! TUT'1S"PILLS IMI'AIM' APPETITE. I Dii Ti'iT ha succeed d iu combiuine in these bill the heretofore au 'tat'oulstlc (jual'tie of a 'strcn at henina.PurL'ative ami a PiirifyinaTonii- Tbelr first apparenfef tret i to Increase the ap petite bv cansln! Hie tood to properly assimi. iate. Thuihe'ytein is moiirislied. and liv their toulo action on the diaes Ittve oruans, tegular aud weaitny evacnationa are pronuccil. lhe raplditv with which the nerson take Ion fleb while under the nniieucc ot these pill ndicate their nilapta lility to nourish the boil . hence their emcucv in urma nrrvoii dehililv melancholy, dvpepia. vastiuv of the miiM-les luaaiHhness of the liver, hrmiic cont;ption,aud mpartiua health and ltreiijrtli to the system sold everywhere. PIIICE CEXTS. Office 5:5 Murrav Street, NEW YORK. 9i XO MOIiK Vi S OR C.OUT ACt'TE Olt CIIHOM0 ALICYL SURE CURE. EC A M:i JJALLIDAY BROTHERS, CAIRO. ILLIXOIS. Commission Merchants, DICAt.lt It IN FLOUR, GRAIN AM) HAY I'ropriftofa EgyptianFlouringMills Hlffhest CwU Prlox? for Wheat. 1880. Harper's "Weekly. I LLC strati: D. Thl pirlodiial lm ahvnv. bv it able and achnlarl v diculon of the iilelioii of the riuy, a well as by It Illustration -which are prepared by the best aitlsts-nxerliid a uiot powerful and bene rlcial Inlliience upon the public mind. The Wflaht nf Its Imliieiice will always be found on tbe sliluof morality, riillahti'iiuiciit, ui.d relliie-mrlit. The VoIiiiiic of the Wcrlilv hiiiin with Hie first Number lor .liinuary of each veiie. When no time I mentioned, it will be understood I list the sub scriber wishes to commence w ith the Number next after the receipt of the order. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. U A R P K IF S M A 1 A Z I N K.Otit' Year $1 (0 HAKPKll.H WKKKLY, ' on IIARPEK'SIIAZ.M!. . 4 m The Til II RE above-iiameil pulilb nlums, One Year 10 00 Am TWO ubovii uuinnl, One Yeur 7 lib IIAHPKirs YOIIM1 PEOPLE One Year I M Postage Kree to all miliscrlbei 111 tin L'ulti'J Slate, or Cauadu. rriw? Bulletin STEAM. JO I OFFICE AIIKindsot.Mob'Work Estiniiites furtiishril nmi tmlers IVtuii tiliioinl promptly attended to Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet, and Ouartei' Sheet Posters 11 ml Programmes, i Black or Colors. Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note Heads, Statements, BilU lading:. Show cards, Business Cards, ' Ball and Weddiwf Invitations, Rook Work' Ele., Etc., Etc., Etc. OtUv the MESTSTOCK in lhe Market UpocI. Address' nil (.'ommuuietttions to E. BURNETT, Cairo, Illlnoia. Manufactured ouly under the above Trade by the El'ROPEAX SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO OFPAHIS AND LEIPZIG. Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure cnariin'eed Now exclusively used by all celehra led Physician of Europe aud America, becoming a Staple," llurmles and Itelmble Hcniedv on both rontiueut. The highest Medical Academy of Pari report W cures out of UK) case within three iIh.i s. Secret-The only dissolver of the poisonous t rie Acid which exist iu the Blood of Rheumatic and Oouty Pari. -nts. 1 a box; ti boxes for $.1. Sent to any address oifreceiiit of price. Indorsed bv Pbvsiciau. Sold fiv all l)ritj.'i;it. Aildresa WASHBURN it CO., Ou'.y Importers' Depot 'Jli Broiidway, S, Y'. For Sale by BAUCLAY BUGS., and DrUL'KlsiB Setieraily. FERRYBOAT. QA.IRO CITY FERRY CO. F KRltYBOAT THREE On and after Mouilnv, the followlni; trips: STATES. June lti. the boat will make 1-VK I.KAVI I.EAV1 Foot Fourth st Missouri Laud's. Kentucky Wg. s a. in. s::io a m. 9 a. m. H a. 10:) a. ni. 11 a.m. S P- ni. 1! p. 111. :p.m. 4 p.m. 4:: p.m. !i p.m SCNDAYS. i l- ' l':3ti p. m. a p. 111 WOOD AND COAL. For the. Suuday Ilttllotia. SELF-RKPRKSSION. HY I. A. M. It Is wonderful how frequently it is nec essary to compel ourselves to think, speuk and act differently from our real wishes. It is a good thing to lie natural, and yet much thut is natural within and aliout us, has to he kept down ami perhaps altogether eradicated. The natural tendencies ot very few people are quite good and perfect Most of us have some qualities and charac teristics that may have their way and be come as prominent and strong as they please, heeause they, are harmless and propet ; but at tlio same time if we exam ine ourselves carefully we will find that there are seeds within us which would pro dure very unlovely (lowers and pernicious fruit, ii they were allowed to. grow in full luxuriousness. So that in this case it absolutely necessary that we should have and hold tlie OOWCr til rptirna (ll!e rijinir lest at any time the badness within us hiiouiij ue stronger then the goodness. It will be found that the task is not au tusy one. Impulses that need to be repressed are very self-assertive, and will, if possible, push themselves to the front and have their will upon us. Only a great determination to do the right, strong selt control, and un wearied perseverance will succeed. It i j. , . iiueus uurunciiing courage ami patience that will not tire in order to overcome. It needs above all things that we should un derstand the benefit which would follow such self-culture, and also that we should realize the possibility of obtaining divine guidance ami aid for the task. All the selfishness within us needs to be repressed. The word is a very comprehensive- one surely. It means more than we saructimes think. What is the root of the passionate or sul len temper which makes so many ot us worse than we should be, but selfishness. Some one has offended us. He has uttered words we did not like perhaps slandered us smd unjust or unkind things of us. So we are angry and say bitter things, seeking to find solace for our wounded pride or feelings iu thus retaliating, instead of " repressing this bitterness and repressing this bitterness and persuing the even tenor of our ways,uid cultivating the "charity which suffcreth long, and is kind," leaving the world to judge between us. Suppi ise we become possessors ot some knowledge which, if repented, would injure our neighbor, would it not be better for us to resist the temptation to tell it? Would we ourselves not be made better by practicing a little reticence, a little kindly sympathy a little thoughtful carer Then is it indeed nothing to save a character from blame and a whole household from sorrow? Indeed it must be as good a work as feeding the hungry, or clothing the naked. And yet how few how very few even professed Christians practice it. It is a marvelous thing that in this world where we are all so liable to fall, we should be so wickedly eager to circulate proofs of our biothers failures. A new field of useful ness lies open to those who desire to do good, Wit cannot find the opportunity. Let them simply learu to repress their own un kind, true, or hard words. Caiho, 111., March 27th, isso. Sediment or mucus in the urine U u suro mdicatiou ofdiscea.e. Take Kidney-Wort. Bitowx's Hoiskhoi.i, Panacea U the tiiost effective pain destroyer in the world ill most surely quic ken the blood wheth er taken internally or applied externally and thereby more certainly relieve pain whether chronic or acute, than any otlw pain alleviator, and it is warranted double the strength of any similar preparation It cures pain in the side, back or bowels sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all aches, and is the great reliever of pain "Hrowns Household Panacea" should bo in every family. A teasjioonful of the Pan acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetencl if preferred;, taken at bed time, will break up n cold. 2o cts. a bottle. Mien Sick.sess, undoubtedly with chil ilren, attributed to other causes, is occasion ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge ComflK or Worm Loenges, although effectual to destroying wornu, can do no riossible in jury to the most delicate child. This val uable combination has been successfully used by physicians, and found to be aU. lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful to children. Twenty-five cents a box. A dowx town merchant having passed several sleepless nights, disturbed by the agonies and cries of a suffering child, and' becoming convinced that Mrs. Winslow Soothing Syrup was just the article needed, procured a supply for the child. On reach ing home and acquainting Ms wife with what he had done, she refused to have it administered to the child, as she ww strongly in favor of Homeopathy. That night the child passed in siifTeritur, and the parents without sleep. Returuing home the day following, the father founi tho baby still worse, and while contemplatin" another sleepless night, the mother stepped f rom the room to attend to sonic domestic duties, and left the father with the child. During her absence ho administered apori tion of the Soothing Syrup to the babv, and said nothing. That night all hand slept well, and the littie follow awoke iu the moruiug bright and happy. The mother was delighted with the sudden and wonderful change, and although t.t first of fended at the deception practiced iijHm her has continued to use the Svrup, and suffer ing babies and restless niirhts have disap peared. A single trial of the Syrup never yet failed to relieve the baby, aud over come the piejudices of the mother. Sold by all druggist. Twenty-five cent a bottle. NoitTHPoiiT. Wis., May (i, 18711. James 1. Fellows, Esq. Sin : I have been using your medicine for over a vear now and with the best effects. I have Used 12 bottles of the HyponhosDhites.and it has made a new man of me. I have been ail ing over six years with a number of dis eases, but lung disease was the most prom inent. I have been under the care of a a great many physicians and have taken quantities of medicine without any appar ent benefit, but appeared to be still grow ing woiv.e and weaker until I accideutlly came across one of your circulars, and was constrained to try your medicine, and I found its effects were almost magical, upon me, and I was a surprise to myself and friends, having gained so rapidly in flesh. I remain respectfully. Lawuksce Doiian. ClIAFINO L.NDEIt DlSAPPOI'NTMKNT. It is said that the reason why Butler soip'ht the gubernatorial nomination was because he had not been fairly treated by the Re- publicans. The best cure for chafes of all kinds is Henry's Carbolic Salve. Try it ami be convinced. (mi.es' Lim.mk.vt Iodide Ammonia cures neuralgia, face ache, rheumatism, .'out frosted iVet, chilbaius, sore throat, erysipe las, bruises, and wounds of every nature in animal. The lemarkable cures this remedy has effected classes it as one of the most important and valuable remedies ever dis covered for the cure aud relief of pain. C,iles Liniment Ioilide Airrtnoniu is a sure cute for ague in the breast, and removes all swellings and hard lumps. , A Nl lfSINd Motiick. uii.es Pills cures piles. Is Yoi it Haik Falling ok Ten m no (.liwr '"Loudon Hair Color Restorer," the most cleanly and delightful nrtiVIo i.iii.fl. traduced to the American people. It is totally different from all others, not stickv or gummy, and tree from all impure in gredients that render many other prepara tions obnoxious. It thickens thin hair, rp- stores gray hair, gives it new lite, cures dandruff, causkig the hair to grow where it has fallen off or become thin, does not soil or stum anything, and is so perfectly and elegantly prepared as to make it a fasting hair dressing and toilet luxury. Londou Hair Color Restorer is sold by u'll druggist at 7. cents a bottle, or six bottles for3 $4 Principal Depot for United States, .'lo'O North Sixth street. Philadelphia. AVoitKixtiMES. Before you begin heavy spring work after a winter of relaxation, your system needs cleansing and strength en mg to prevent an uttack "of ague, bilious or spring fever, or some other spring sick ness that will unfit you for a season's work. 1011 will save time, much sickness "reat expense if will uw one bottle" ot Hop Bitters in your family this month. Don't wait. Burlington Haw'keye. Pleasant Hill, Miss.. July's. 1S7. Messrs. Morgan & Allen, Si) John St.. New York City: I pray (iod that ymi may be spared many years ' to relieve others as you have me mid my child. I have been taking medicine, almost tkily, mr inirteeii years wttii scarcely any benefit, until the "Constitution Water" was brought to my notice. I have attended to my household dutie the past week, for the first time in three months, the past month was the first month that I have ecaped my se vere sick head-spells. 1 take great plea, lire in recommending "Constitution Water'1 to all my suffering friends. Very rcspect lullv. Mas. M. A. States. Ask your druggist for it. ( Y. WHEELER, Dealer In nil kind of Cot-el Wood, Stove Wood, Coal. Kte. BIG MUDDY COAL A WlKCIAJrY- WOOD AND COAL YARD: Tenth Street, Between Wiuhitigrton atid ' Commercial. PiutuiMAOEs to Bi'FK.M.o. N. Y.. are made by thousands of invalids aunually to etinunlr with tin, u,n. Km I .,,,.1 u,i.vy.ni . tii' ...... timiiwui hiim nuiifm MUll oi tne Nonas Dispensary aud Invalids' hotel, the largest private sanitarium in thu world. All chronic diseases are treated by scientific methods. The prfcticc is divided among nine eminent specialists. Among the most popular domestic medicines iu the land are those manufactured by this associ ation, among which arc Dr. Pierce's Gnldeu Medical Discovery, the greatest of altera tives or blood-cleansers, and Dr. Pierce's Pellets (little pills) that have largely super seded tbe old-fashioned coarse pills. Com. pound Extract of Smart-Weed is deservedly popular as a remedy for diarrhoea, dysen tery, tlux. ane kindred diseases: also a pHiu killer and remedy for colds. I)r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the great remedy for female weakness and associated de rangements. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy is the "Old Reliable." Invalids' Guide-Book-10 . cents, post-poid. Address World's Dispensary Medical association, Buffalo, N. V., or Loudon, England. I Don't wait until you tire sick before trying Carter's Little Liver Pills, but get a vial at once. You can't take them witlmut benefit. "Few ok the Ills of Life" are more prevalent and distressing than bilious dis orders. The symptoms are low spirit., want of energy, restlessness headache, no appetite, sallow skin, costiveness and other ailments which show the liver is in tho proper way to do it is to uso "Dr. Swayne's Tar nud Sarasparilla Pills." Their effect on the liver and blood is wonderful, re moving pimples and all eruptions, leaving the complexion fair and fresh as iu youth. Price 2.1 cents a box of thirty Mils, or five boxes fer 1.00. Sent by mail on receipt of price, by Dr. Swayne ii Son, OHO North Sixth street. Philadelphia. Sold by all leading druggists. Wasiiinutox, I). C, Jan. 10, 1880. II. II. Waiiseii vl- Co. Deak 8m:-I write to say that aftsr having taken your Safe Pills ami finding them nil that w claimed tor them In your circular, I cheer full) recommend them ns the best pill in the market. Joseph Prather, 40l M. utrert Wellington, D.U.