Newspaper Page Text
J V n VOLUME XI. DIRKCTORY. Hl'SINESS DIRECTORY of the leading UiiHtncHu bouse wbou advertio incut may be found io Tim Hum.ktin . DRY GOODS. . r. 0. Paiier A Co., Commercial avenue and Nine teenth street. GROCERIES. (. D. Williamson & Co. Y'ocutn A Hrodcrlck, Wash. Ave., or. Eighth. Dennis A O I.otiuhliu. Poplar, cor Twentieth. PUYSICIANS. Dr J. II. Man an: nlBre, HO Commercial avenue. DENTISTS. Dr. W. C. .Wclyn, Eighth near Commercial Dr E. V. Wbltlock, I W Commercial avenue LlljlOltS. P.obt Smyth, No. Ohio levee . INSl'RANCK. ,11. II. f'andee. No. TuOlilo luveelup stairs), liqultable Lire, or New York, corner Twellth ami W aldington avvuiie. Widow, tin. I Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Seventh and Coiiimcrdul Hveuue. ' DRIGGISTS--WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Gi-n, 7? OMIn'u, Klshtomiiid Commercial." BANKS Alexander County liauk, sth anil Commercial i n) National, Olilo levee. sTEAMROATS Cbvnpion Tliree State. ICE J'j'..a sproat. corner Twelfth and Levee, IlItACKET MOKE. E C Kurd. Corner Ninth and Commercial. THE MAILS. EN KRAI, DELIVER open :tU a lu ; closea JI t:. p m.; Sunday: 8 to a. ru. Money Order Department "pen at H a. m.; close at " p. in. TbroiiKti Expres Malls via Illinois Central and !l-ii;ipi IVwtral Railroad ( lo-e at p. m. Cairo uu'i Poplar Bluff ThroUii'i aud Way Mail c'.-at 1-J:-im.. in. Way M ill via lllinoin Centra!. Cairo and in Cciinc aud Ml.tppi Central Railroad" cluac at ' Wy i'a.l for Narrow Guu;:-.' IlaUrovi closes at 8 a. n:.' ( airo &r.d Evati-vilie Rivvr Route close, at 11:30 I tu. oti:y (except Friday;. OFFICIAL DIlittTORI. City Olhcers. Mayor N Tht'.ewoori. Treasurer -Edward Dczoma Cierk-IKnul J. Foley. Counselor W ni. B Gilbert. Mamhal -J l.allne. Attorney -Willluui lieu lr;. '. HoAKU or Al IlKUVE. F'lr! War l-.M .1. Ilowiey N-eoud Ward -David T. Llne.-ar. C. K. Wood Tllrd Ward -V. P. Wriirht. Egbert Smith. Kourtb Ward --Charles U. I'a'ier. Jamc Kynaton Firth Ward-T. W. lliuiday. Ernest U. Pcttil. County Officer. Circuit .Indse -1). J. P.tkrr. Circuit Cb'ik-J. A. P -ve.. Countv Jude-K !. Vimhji. County Clerk-r-. !. Humm. ( ountv Attoruv W. C. Couniv Ta!ur-M. W. 1'irk- r SherirT-John Ilod.'e.-. i oroner-U. Kltz.-era.c. ( ountv Comnu-'iiiiiLeii' i . . HallWay, J A !. l.ibiiK. Samuel liriley. CIIIKCIIK---. M E. - Fourteeiitli street, betweeu iA Waiuct and t'e lar street ; wrvieea -anhatu u a. in aud 7 p. ni ; sur.di.v School 1 : p. in- CMIRISTIAN-Kishteeiith "treet: meetinj; Sal J bath M j p. m ; prvachlni! occasionally. !lCIiCH OF THE Ui;nKEMf.l(-(Epiicopa!) V. Fourteenth etn-et : Sunday Moruini; prayer lo i . ni.; evenini jiraver". .::!n p m.: Sunday KiiuolJi a. in. Fliday evening prayer 7:' p in. TMP.ST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIirRCH- I It, lebiiiL' at 10::m .i. in . :i i. m . and , : p. in. S I'lhath acbool at eitor :: p. in. Ilev. T. J. Shore, a T J J bath 1 -:!i a. ui ; Sunday bold 1 m. Rev. Knappv, pator MKTIIOIHST-Cor Eii-hth ac.l Walnut trei't; Pn-achinu' Saltbath lo::i a. n. and 7 p.m.; priver meeting. Wednewlay ', : p. m ; Sunday School, a a m Rev- W hittaker, putor 1)I!ESBYTEIII AN-Eiu'!itb Hreet: pn-acblnj on Sabbath at a in. aud 7::'p. in ; prayer nieetlni; Wedh. ,!nv at p. m.; Minday School at i p. ru. Rev. B. Y. Oeop-'e. pator. OECONI) FREEWILL RAPTIST - Fifteei tb O street, between Walnut am! Cedar Creet; cer vice Sabbath at 11 aud 7: l p. m. ST. JOSEPH S-. Roman Catholic) Comer Cros - and Walnut cireet..; ervie, sabbuth lll::nia. ni. : Sunday School nt i p. m. ; Ve-pern :) p. in. ; er an every day al p. m. ST. PATRIt K's -i Roiiuiti Cai Indict Corner Ninth - treet and Wabin;tou avenue; aervice Sab n;iih and lo a. nt. ; Vemr ' p. in. ; Sunday School p. m.; ervice" every day -it s p. in. Rev. F. Zabel. prie.Ji. PATI'.NIs. pATBNTS Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvement on old one; for medical or other compound, trade mark aud label. Caveat. Ais;ument". Inter ference, Appeal. Suit for Infringement, and a!I cae ariiUL under the Patent Law, prompt. Iv attended to. Invention tnnt liave lieeti 1LM Vt VW1 ,,v "10 I'alent Otlice mar still. JlTi'l Eilv J lil' lii most enses. benatenied by u. Heine opposite the L'. S. Patent Department. and eutraued lu Patent business exclusively, we can make rluser searcln', and secure Patent more promptly, and with broader claim, than those who are reunite from Washington. 1 V' UYTl 1 IC cnd u a model or sketch ol J i V J-ii i VJlO your device: we make ex amination and advise a to patentability, frep-wl charge. All correspondence strictly conlldeiitlal. Price low, and nn charu'e unless Pa'eut Is-Hecun.-d. We refer In Washington, to Uan Postniater (leaerul D. M. Kev, Rev- F. D. Power. The (ieruian American Nutlntial Bank, to olllclal in the 1'. s. Patent Otlice, and to Senator and ltepreaeiitatlvea In C'Mitrre; and es)ieclully to our client In every State in the Union und in Canada. Addre C. A. SNOW CO., Opposite Patent OlUce. Washington D. C MILL AND COMMISSION. JJALLIDAY BROTHERS, CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Commission Merchants, IlKAI.r.lt IN FLOUR, CHAIN AND HAY 1'roiirnMorai Egyptian Flouring Mills nUrhestCtwh Price PaW for Wheat, 1 l 'i'iuu, vrmcii DAILY CAIRO RAILROADS. ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. 11. imiiiii IMC, ffc JWt7 LKHjrr-V,w Shortest und Quickest Route T O St. Louis and Chicago. The Only Line Running Two Daily Trains From Cairo. Making DI RECT CONNKCTION with EASTERN LINES. Tkainh Leavk Cahio: . :i:On m. Mail. Arriving In St. Loul U:ir, a m ; Culca;.'o.8::Sn p.m Comiettlna at Odin and Jiffingham for Cincin nati, Louisville, lndlanapolir aud point Eaid. h.iu. Ht. J.ovkim and Vt.ru Kxpretia, Connecting at M . Loul- for all poiuto West. .'J:'J j).m. l-'aHt Kxiu'csk For St. LouIk nii,l Chicago, urrlviu? ut St. I.oiiIk li):I."ip m , and Chicago 7:-,' i m, .'i !J( p in. C'inciiiiuiti JOxproMH. Arrivln- at Cincinnati 7:!: a.m.; I.omnllle T:J1 a in.: IrdiatinpolM 4:00 a.m. l'HneiirM by tln train reach the abrne point IV to ;(' 1I(H I(S u advance ul any titner route. Fast Time Knsr. l'.KIMlOT'lv ''' ''"' Kotlirm;j;li to Lant. ,4'1' l'T pointi without any delay caui-d by Suiiiluv Interveniii;'. The Siititrdav after noon train from Culro rriu- in new York Monday moiuiiii-at pi::ij. Tliir'y ix Ijonrn in advance if any other route. rVTor throne!, tjeketn Htii ftirthi-r inrormation, il-plvat Illinois Central lt;ii!ro;id Depot.! ltiro. TRAINS AlililVE AT CAIKU tW - -.: ;:!. p in. A'eiiiiiuiiniatiiii! :;;) j, In t in h ui! JAs. .miIN,ON. ,J. JONES. ' . o'itl,eni Asenl. Ticket .(i'ijI, W. p, .tol!Nv.iN.;. n. I'aM-erii." r Anent? CAIRO A: ST. I.Ot'lS II. li. miiiaiC, II. S'. SMITIIKIiS. Kccfivr. SIIOltTEST HIOIiT LINE BETWEEN ("A I HO AND ST. LOUIS. Tirnp Si lifilnlo: TliMiiL'h Eipr-- leave Cairn S tr,a m. Tliroiith Eirei.i arrive at E. st Loui., ti'.itop.m. Through Kxprv-f leave E. St. Loui.... t':ooa.m. Throiieti Eipn-p arrive at Cairo r:Mp.m. .Vur;.liytinroaccoinniodati jnleaye Cairo 1 :1n p.m. .MicphyehoM Aec. arrlvett.at Mur;ihy!ioro 7 :Vi p.m. M'iriliyboro Ace. leave Murnbyhoro .. .'i:ti"a in. 3Ijrphvbun Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 :';ia.m. Trie Cairo ,t St Loui Rail Rnjil i the only ail Rail Route between Cairo and ht. Lord under one mai.aement. tle-reron- there are mi (blav at way nation awaitim; ennnertlon fnni oth-r 'linen. Cloe and niri; connection at St Loin with other Hue for North. Eut and Wel J A N AL'til.E. L. M. JOHNSON. A.vnt. Uer.erul Slaua.-er QIIIO 4fe MISSISSIPPI IVy. TIME TABLE OF PA--E.SOi:U TRAINS H;(, vim i.n'n i (Nmv. :i(i, Is7l. k i-T't -Aim. No. -1 Day Epr,--1 Kvcejit Min!ayt ' h Epre i Except Suinlaji ...... " ) Nijht E.xpre (Dai!) )' . 1 : -.o p. in . . 1 ' ." n. in. .1." Ha, m. ;:tvi:'.i No r, Expre (Except Mind.iyi i'.;.r. a. tn. 1 Day Exjire. i Except vin.liv. . . . -.' "ip.ni. " : Nitfht Lipres ,l:ii;yi '. 1 .'.a. in. J R. Cl.MlK. C. S. Ci,i:. ,l; . Agetit Yillceline G.'il. Ticket A.' t Ciit Mina,i gT. LOUIS, I. M. it S. R'v, ( 'iiifo 'i'liin' 'ruble. I llAVk Tcxns Express ; Daily , Coiineits at Cliarlestnii for ( oiutniiii- AllttlVK- Tex.i Express (D.-iiiyi " Aecomniodatlon Hailvl 7 r, p. m tj.p til. lo p. m. VUlice uuu rasclip r lieliot .v. ; 1 1 Mno l.eee .1. C. Z1M ME It, Ai;ei.l 1). AxTEI.t.. Divt-ion Suferiuteildent. Il.imliurj American Packet dun, my AYiTkly Line of Steanishis Lcaciut; New York every Tlitirdny at .' P. M. FOR ENGLAND, FRANCE AND GERMANY. Ticket to and from Europe at lowest rites For pasie.-e apply to C. II. RICHARD A CO., General rasseiicer A-.'ent. til Ri-uadvvay, Nev York, or to II H ELLS. Cairo. 111. FF.RRYP.OAT. (JAIROCITV FERRY CO. FKKKYIIOAT THREE IsSii STATES. On and after .Monday. June M. I he hunt wlllntake the follovvinj; trip; I.RaVEfi I.KAVK I.EAVK Foot Fourth l Missouri Liiud'B. Kentucky Ld'g. ha. m. S;:ma. m. I a. ni. HI a. m. p);;iii u. m. II a. n.. p. m. !::ii p. m. ;l p tn. 1 p. in. .:;w p.m. r, p.ai SINDAYS. ! ! m. S;:u) p. m. :1 p. in . WOOD AND COAL. (J, AY. WHEELER, Denier In nil kinds ul' Cord Wood, Stove Wood, . Coal. Etc. BIG MUDDY COAL A SPECIALTY- WOOD AND COAL YARD: Tenth Street, BHwoeit Washington ami Commercial. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY " i i - IS Y0UR11L0OI) I'L'REf NOW till latllmilOrtint nneallnn tnr without pure and whol(irtt blood (here can bo no per lect health, aud without yOOD HEALTH Ifc I a mere burden ami ,..,.. i,.. i . tilood the best niedlclue knowu la' Scovill's IJIood Purifier. Ill thereat Southeru time tried and true rem dy, and may be Implicitly rellud on, WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS. Take it In the Sprlnir time. caneciHtW f lm. (Hire -eeretiona of the blaod incident to that -to-uuui nieyear; uuu take It AT ALL TIMES For Cancer Scrofula, Liver Complaint. Vcak "''"V.ii" " Tllmor"- Svvelllntfu. and the thou- iBi come uoia impuru bloou. fOIIX P. HENRY, (TRIUX & CO. Sole Proprietor. , .. COLI.CKM,Af,SKTOTjr. f " J) ItARCLAY BROS.. Wb,.l.t,. a.,(. I nn itlisolutc anil Irre-Utalile. ctue lor DRUNK- euhe. Intemperance and the use of opium, to iiacto, nan-mien, and iiniulaut. removlnj: ml ta-te. de-lru aud habit of uin auv of them rendering the taile or desire lor all of them per fect. ml ion p and dluiinj fiiyinc every one perieet and lrreitlble control of the nobriuty or thenHelvea or thlr frieinl. Ii prevent that absolute phrsical uud moral pro-tration that Icllow. theaudden hreakluj off from uini itniulant or tnrcolii . Package, prepaid, to cure 1 to per.eti, '. or at vour druu'iit. ?l.7.' per bottle. Jeiiiperanee (.ocietle Ikiii,i recomnifiid it. I i p.-if,-, tv harrnle and never railinu'. Hop Hitter, 31 li;. Co.. Rwlietr. X.Y. Sole A iff a Hop Conzli Cure det oys all pain, lowo n the c.uirh. qub-t tbi n.-i produce rest, and never lar.tocure. The Hop Pail for Stomach. Liver aod Kid-n-v. i aiijierlor to all other. Cure by ab sorption, it i perfect-ask drujit. The Hop mttor Mfir. Co , of Roch'-ater. N. Y. ouly prepare thee remedie; a!o the Hop Bitter, which are l:i no eiiea beverae,. 0r in toxicant, but the purest and bet Medicine ever made, makm; more cure thaa all other reme dies. Foil SALi- IJV ALL DRUGGISTS. THE DAILY UFLLKTIX. The Daily Bulletin. Py ( 'airier, ?25c Per Week COLLECTED WEEKLY, or S() IVr Year. glQ If ;ii'l Ye:tr!y or Svini-Yenrly IX ADVANCE The Weekly Bulletin. A -J-SColuiniiSPePiUH'i' I-l"EI EVERY MONDAY. 8-J.O()i,iv.eS.OO To CLURS of FIVE or MORE, $1.30 per Year. rv i it I J1U I l Lhhii 1 Js .1IM)KRY JU.AXIv UOOK WORK Ol all Kind.-. Tho Bulletin STEAM J0I1 OFFICE AHKim-lsotMob AVork E-tiuiatcs furnished and orders from abroad promptly atteti'led to. Two-Slieot. Full S!upt, Half Sheet, and Oniu'tcr Sliet't Posters ami Programmes, in Rlnck or Colors. Letter lle;iik Tiitl Ji(tnl.t Note Heads, Statements, Iiill, Lading, SIiow Cards, Business Cards, Hall and Wedding Invitations, Rook Work' Etc, Etc., Etc.", Etc. OiUv tho BEST STOCK in tho Market Unod. Address all Communications to E.' A. BURNETT, Cairo, Illinois. MORNING, APRIL 1, 1880. FELLOWS' COMPOUND SYRUl HYI'O-PHOS-PJHTES rHE POWER OP ARRESTING DISEASES J. displayed by thi preparation Ih houorably ac knowledged by the Medical Faculty lu every aec tlon wl'ero If, has beon Introduced; and the lartre alela tbe bunt euarant -e of the estlmatlou in which It l held by tho public. Thla Syrup wljl curu PiilmonarCnnximptlvn la tho rlrsi aud aei lai,'e-will Khe ureal relief nd proloui lHulu the third Itwill care Asthma.Bronchllia.Laryndtis, and t oujtln. It will cure all dlsieiae orb'luatlii" from wautof muacitlar actum and nurroua force For the effect prodttaed by FELLOW'S COMTOIJXI) SYBUP OF IIYJ'Ol'HOSI'HITES In DNease of the Liini;, the Inventor jg pcrntitted to ruler to the Medical Gentlemen of St. John N. li., whine denatures are attached hereto. WIM.IAM TUYARD. MD EDWIN BAYARD. M i THOMAS WALKER, II JOHN BERKKMAN, M D, En UK JOHNSTON K. I. n r a, fc,o (.EOkliE KKATOlt. M I) WH HARDING. Mitca J.I) WHITE. M 1) T W C ARK ITT. M I) I. A.vnoN Auvari, Mayor of the Citvofsi. John, it the Province ol New !irunvvlck.hav(nS examined the signature .-matched to theforefoiuj permit of reference, hereby certify that I Indie ru them all (reuttine I caualo testify to the hib therapeutical value of rcliuvvn coinpouud Svrup of Hvpophoa phlte. and consider it deserving of utte'ution by the profe!ou j;euera:ly. 3 ? r I? ,n 'l'stimouv wiiereof. I bave hereun Great to.ef my hand and allixed mv Seal of Seal ! .Mayorality.at theCitv of St. j'ohu. tbia . i!iiuiiy renruary, in tbe year of c Lord one thousand citfhl hundred aud sixty eia our bt. i-oIcI )y all Dx'uM;ists3 PILLS INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE .m Lin ED EVERYWHERE. 1IIL GRLAl P.ST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. TPTTN VU T S! 1,11 TlTr wcteai. mtR sicil HEiKcHtd1..'1 r ttf Ki'o.(itt nut'.tt.. of ft THTS PILLS! -iP-iiiue un,-uri:ativo inn a niritynitf Ionic. ft HE DYSPEPSIA. lue.rnrst atipureutef- lect i to Increase tho an- TPTT'S PILLS petite by catNn' the tioil In orrines v dU(il Cl'RE CONSTIPATION ate. Thus the'svstem I TUTTS PILLS iMiiirisiien, auil nr Itle r Iior.io action on the dine- "ea'ilhf evacSV Cl'RE PILES. nmn u,o, TUTS PILLS which the peroti take Cl'KE FEYEIi and Aku. it mrii wuiic iiimei nil; influence of thee pin. TUTTS PILLS nuieatc tneir uclapta dlity to nourish the bod ( I RE 1111.1(11. S C -Lie v. hem e tiicir elllcicr In itntiij nervous debility, TUTS PILLS! melancholy, dyspepsia, vasttnif of the muscles ( lire IvlDNEYCompiain: lUL'L'ishnes oflhe liver. hronlc const! iiation. and TPTT'S PILLS ntpartiui; iieaUb ami oen.'th to the svslein. Ct'KE TORPID LIVER TITT'SPILLS IMPART APPETITE. -vino ev ervvv nere. PRICE i" CENTS. Oitlce 55 Miirrar Street NEW VOUIC. X() MURK mMMi Ci OR GOUT W ACI'TE (lli rilllllMi' V rJAJ.ICYI,ICi SURh CURL. M:i!iufac:ur,'d utily under the above Trail ny ttie t-IMuiTit' j-. wt y. . ..i I r.l iiorr.AA ,ALlt LIU .Mhl'lLIM'i CO OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG. Immediate relief warranted. Permanent curu I Riiiiriiii'eeit Now e.xclusivelv usei by nl celebra- I edl'hvsicianol'EiiMieaud America, hucomlnira !ia pie. iiirii:,i-s uuu iteiiiune Keinedv on Dot ti eontitieuts. Tin' hlehest Medlciil Academr of l ric Acia tthtcli exist lu the lilooil ol Kbeiitnatlc ami Goutv Patent. $1 a box; li boxes for g'i. iein io any aueress on recenit ol iirice. Hulorsea ly Physician. Sold be all lirueu'lsi Addre. WASHBURN it CO.. Onlj Importer' Depot tilt! Pruadwa), N, Y. Kor Sal,. ,y 1IARCLAY IlllOS.. iiud Druisti Ki'lieiail.v. HOPE FOR TI1K DEAF Gaiimore's Artikk iai. Ear Dkcms . I'ERI-ECI'LY RESTORE THE HEARING AND perform the work of the Natural Drum. Alvvavs in poslli ui. Ill T INVISIIII.E TO OI'HEKS ' All eitli I.,,. .,,.,1 .1.1 I. ...... I .11. .,1 I.. I ....... i -, nn,, ,-,,-n .,iiig-i. ueiiiii 1111 nil 1 1 . I We refer lo tho-e Uslnc Ihein. Send lor descrlntlvo , in mm . e v h.iu m iv r. it 1 1 in .ii vi, i i .m i i NATl.OIIlo etc TOJi'kKK) A YKAR, or Si to VZVn7lZ as nieii. Many muko more nhtivii. No oiio can full to I tnul.-i. r.,,v.,,.w ft, k rt I.. .1. ...... -I- V.... cm muke inmi rmc lo fun hour by tievothiR your evening iiiiiiMpiirc Itmeto tlie ntlslties. u cot nidbliintotrv the bulnes. Nothlnir llko ll for H'Ti,!VVotfVVol,r,,,'l,T,f''ri;' l!''lll,,"s I'1;''"'- ni.l and strictly liotiorable, Reader, ll you want to I know nil about the best paying business before the niiiiue, semi ii your miiire ami we win aoiui you full particular and ptlvalu term free ; sample worths alo I'reu; you can then make up your mind forvotirself. Addre GEORUE STINSON CO. PorllumLMalui' r.vinvlw Ui.n,,i,D!o .....1 rwi,.,.,oi,.n "u'l... - .ii i ' , i , - ' ........ ' , I1IIV H . CI I' HI", ll I M iikui"! n v n u iiutll I. TVI O T 1 1 V. 1? M 1? IV. A Tl ' Oakland Station, Kr nNTtuMKN ;Tiic demand for ALLEN'S LI NO IIALSAM Is liicreaslnu constantly, The ladlea think there 1st,., medicine e.iunl to It lor Croup and W'hoopiuu t'ouKh. c. 8. Mahtin, Drtiifli. SOLD BY ALL MEDICINE CINE dealers. - w Oh' TUTT'S $1500 BULLETIN. Latest News. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH LIVEKPOOL GRAIN. Liverpool, March ui, , p. .m. Wheat unchanged Winter, lis lis !)d; Spring, 10s 11 lis 5d; California, average, 10s Hdlls; Cali fornia club, lis 0dlls Cd. Corn 5s 9d(2.js 9J.1. NEW YORK GRAIN. New York, March 81, 2:0 p. m. Wheat : irregular No. ? Chicago, $1 UOJ)) 1 112; No. S Milwaukee, 1 !J2 133; RedWinter," 132t3!): No. 2 RedWinter,l D9; No. 2 Amber, nomT; Corn No. 3, 5333,f. Chicaoo, March 31, 10:00 a. .. Wheat-May. tl 13 April. $1 13. Pork-May, 10 STJ; April, 10 70. Oats -May, :i0 '. Corn May, ;IG;. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. THE ELECTION LAWS. Washington, March 30. Republican members of the senate held a caucus this morning for the purpose of determining the party's line of action in the senate with regard to the clause inserted by the house in the immediate deficiency bill, by which it is proposed to ameud the law concerning the appointment of deputy marshals of elections. The caucus unani mously decided that jhc clause should be opposed upon the ground that it is a rider, and that all attempts of the majority to force legislation by such means should be resisted now as they were resisted at the ex tra session. ' PROCEEDINGS OK THE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE. Washington, March 00. The opponents ' rcV(lule lL''orui on tho ways and means committee started out on a new track to- dav. Tlicv soiurlit tn ,i,.i, latiou by so loading down the bill that it W0Uld llDitc aI1 l,rotwte interests against it. t ry took the floor and made what mimiKr 01 "io comnuttee characterized a bulldozing speech. He insisted that all protected interests should stand lorrptUor Tf thn ,,,. ... ..r I" Muv ":l ".iunuaiu in jioinsn were ri.mmi,l h,i cl.onl.l .,;t,. ...ttt. .i "v o,.... ,mC nun uic iuioi liters I 111 attacklllL' evervthiiinr. 1 CT o ley and Fulton he said lm sliotilil vorn f,r .1 , .... . . reitiiction on steel rails anil lie wanted tlie ffitk-mai from Louisiana (Gibson) to U'td that he would also favor a re duction on sugar; but as that gentleman I .11-1 not present lie hoped no vote would be taken. The intention of the protectionists was simply to lead down the bill so that the .. ,. . . , . iuu Bueugiii oi uietariu element miglit be arrayed against it. Conger moved to add the weed pulp to the free list, and then Kelly moved to add all fibres going into paper. This was adop ted, Tucker, seeing the object of the high tariff men, moved that wool, llaunels. wool hats, balmorals, knit goods, etc., should be :tdded. This was adopted without fixing a rate of duty. On this first a motion was made by Conger to fix the duty at 50 per cent. 1 Ins wus voted ilowu lv sv to six. i Phelps being the only Democrat who voted yea; no Republican voted no. Then Con ger moved to fix the doty at 4.1 per cent. He was again defeated by the same vote rP....I. l. - - I.I . ! 1 i a.-. oicmt men moved tnar me tiutv e W per cent. This was earned by seven to five After this f!on rer tnovi'il to inelinln nuttnn .. . " ... nailllelS at d0 per Cent., a-pl, pending this, ,1,.. ,......: j: i , UI,T i '"iiniuiee ul.jiiiuih:h. v ougei s IIP) IfOOdS, IIS I iUTOll lltlil MoiTISOIl Dolllleil COMMOTION AMONG Til K lil'ILIUNO ASSOCIA TIONS. SniiNOHEi.ii. 111., March ;i0, 'I In re are some four or live "L an und Building Asso ciations" in this city, that havo been knock rd higher than a kite by a late decision of the supreine.couit in this state, whieli de O... ( ) ' ' ,rt'vs "HK v" minim n:ii,l Uv biirrnui-i s In tlieso nmiieia. 1 J . , i . . , tlOIIS as tlstirV. Lllst lllirllt tllC DrillCIDftl , . , . , ...... . , , . concerns . oi tins cuaracter neienuineo to wind tiilheir affairs and quit the business. This action has created much commotion amon,rtl.e borrowers who to-day are much exercised and crowd the offices of the com- rvime unvioiilv iiniliirnif wlnif w fn Ijh 1 J 1 owne uliout it. Ol course no one will lose ,,:, , l... ,. 1 ... 1. S .,f l,u i "".VtUnlg l) the Ijieilklllg lip ol these til stitutions save those who have put their 1 nioill'V 111 tlielll as investments. PlLOniMAOKS TO Bl'KKALO, N. Y., IU'0 made by thousands of invalids uuutially to consult witli the medical una surgical statl oltho Worlds Dispensary ami Invalids hotel, tho largest private sanitarium in tho 11 All I 1' . , 11 worm, au curouic diseases are ireatcu ny scientific methods., Tho practicois divided V" "K . '"T" I'"-S' auio ig the most Domilar domestic medicines iu the li,,l "" ,u ",v"v " "" """ Rtion, among which are Dr. IVrco's Golden Medical Discovery, the greatest of altera- NEW SERIES NO. 210. tives or blood-cleausers, aud Dr. Pierce' Pellets (little pills) that have largely super seded the old-fashioned coarse pills. Cora pound Extract of Smart-Weed is deservedly popular as a remedy for diarrhoea, dysen tery, rlux, ane kindred diseases; also a pain killer and remedy for colds. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is tho 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. Y or London, England. REFORM 13 NECESSARY. A K0R( II1I.E APPEAL TO THE WOMEN OF THE LAND TO "GIVE THE WAIST A CHANCE." l OSCI.CBSnEROM YKSTKnOAT. , . That curse to woman-kind, the corset, in its manifold fashions and shapes is still abroad in the land. Whom have we to censure that it is so? Ourselves, only: Were our law-givers to enact a law con straining U3 to put our yielding frames in side one of these implements of torture, what a howl would there arise from all our suffering sisterhood! How pathetically would we appeal to our flat chests; our crooked backs and high shoulders, to our agonies in child-birth, and to our injured babes, themselves. To all these and a thousand other ills would we point to emphasize our wrongs! Are we the less victims to our corsets, that we alone, are culpable? Surely not. Are wo uot or should we not be, all the more ready to lift this curse from off our own and our children's shouldere'9? The single consideration for our unborn lit tle ones, alone, should be all the incentive needed to spur us on to a speedy riddance of this great hindrance to their well devel oped physical organisms. Had we no thought of our own sufferings, had we nr memory of our bitter grief and unavailing regrets over the tiny mounds in the "Silent Acre," there would still be the sad sight forever before our eyes, of a generation of women deformed. That many (and we we are thankful the number is so gTeat) among our younger women and girls who have the good sense so eschew every thing pertaining to a "supports" for the chest is something gained on the right side; but that this is not the rule, too many women know to their sorrow. Nor can we claim for the more intelligent women the advan tage in this, particular. As an instance of how little thought even some of otir befet informed women give to this important subject, I have but to relate one instance that came under my own observation, the subject being one of the most ad vanced ladies among my acquaintances. The lady in question anticipating .the ar rival of a little stranger in her home, re quested my assistance in making ready for its welcome. After n period of intense suf fering to the mother,a dead babe lay on the pillow beside her. Her health had been good and there was no apparent reason why her hopes should be thus blighted. The mystery was explained when we came to remove the outer garments of the poor mother and discovered snugly buckled around her. a corset! She assured me she had worn it, ''not tight, of course" sh added, "all the time." Another case of a mother who had, she told me. "danced halt the night in my wedding dress only a tew weeks before my first child was botn." Need I add that of tho five chil dren she had given birth to, but one was living and that one a child that had reason to curse her mother that she lived at all? These two are cases in my own experience, extrwnie cases; but who does not know of similar ones? And yet every physician can tell us of many such cases; and can toll us the remedy, too, in a manner forcible and convincing. But does he? I wish they would one and all of them. If what I have said here, shall be the means of 'Reforming" even one woman, I shall feel well repaid for my poor effort. Zenoiua. "An Old Physician's Advice." Coughs colds, asthma and 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 ,lDr.. Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher ry." The first dose gives relief, and it is sure to cure the worst old or cough in it very short time. Try a 2."i cent bottle and be convinced, and you will thus avoid doctor's bill, and most likely a serious spell of sickness. Price !?. cents and $1 per bot tle, or six bottles The large size is tin most economical. Prepared by Dr. Swayno & Son, :i;l() North Sixth street, Philadel phia. Sold by all prominent druggists. What Ails Your Is it a disordered liver giving you a yellow skin or costive bowels, which have resulted in distressing Piles or do your kidneys refuse to perform their fu net ions.' If so your system will soon be clogged with poisons. Take ft few doses of Kidney-Wort and you'll feel like a new man nature will throw eff every ini pendimeiit and each organ will bo ready for duty. Profit, $1,200. "To sum it up, six long years of bed-riddeu sickness, costing if 200 per year, fotal $1,800 -all of this ex pense was stopped by three bottles of Hop fritters, taken by my wife, Shfl has dom her own housework for a vear since, with out tho loss of a day, and I want everybody to know it, for their benefit. $l.E..