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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
DIItwrrmiY. I RifT.nnina I tm,n. . I I . ' i
Of taa leading buatueM houea whoe advert!
me a In may be found la Tin Bvllitim .
CO. I'atler Co., Commercial avenue aod Nino
O. D. Wllllamaon A Co.
Yoctim & Broderlck, WaaU. Ave, cor. EiRUtb.
T, J. 0'Lounniln, Poplar, tor Twentieth.
Br. J. H . Marcan; office, 110 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. C. Jorelyu, Kljfhth near Commercial.
Dr. S. W. Wnltlocli,l:ifl Commercial avenue,
llobt. Sinyth.No.flOOulo levee.
H. U. Canloc, No. TOOlilo levee (up italr).
K'jaitalile Life, of New York, corner Twelltu ana
DKVOGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
(Kit. K. O'llara, K'.irliteeotb aud Commercial.
Alexander CounlyBank, Sill and Commercial.
City National, Oblo levee.
hTE AM BOATS
Champion. Three Stutea.
John Kproat.coracr Twelfth and Levee.
K C. Ford, Corner NlnlU and Commercial.
GENERAL DELIVERY open iSW a.m.; cloaca
p.m.; Sunday: t to I a. in.
Money Order Department open at 8 a.m.; c1ok-
Turoui'b Expre Mall via Ultuol Central V.V
ilriipplCeutralKKllnadacloeat 't p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Wu3 Through and Vtay Mail
c!"e at t p. rn. ' , , . ...
Way Mail via Illinois Central. Cairo and Un
eor.na and Mi.nppl Central Kallroad clote at
' 'Wtj : &;'?' arrow Gauge Railroad cloaca at
8c!ioai.d Evanvllle River Route clofei at 2:30
p. m. daiiV (except Krldavl.
Mayor N. B. Ttiistlewood.
Trvanurer Edward lk-zoula.
rierk-lnnl. J. Foley.
CoonaelorWm. B Gilbert.
Murnbal-J l'. LaUue.
BOAHU OP At.UailMBX.
KirtWard-M. J. Howler
Seruad Wari-Davld T. Linear, C. K. Wood-
warn. . , . . .. . ...
TulrJ Ward w. r. vt r.sui. tt?u"
Koarth Ward-t'Ur'.e 0. Patter. Jamea KynaMon
K;ftn Ward-T. W. llalllday. Ertiet II. I'ettlt.
Circuit JuJireD. J- Baker.
Circuit ClerU-J. A. Ke.ve.
County Judifi-R. S. Yocum.
County Clerk-S. J Hamm.
County Attornr-W. C. Mnlkey.
County Treaaurvr-Milta W . Parker.
Sheriff John llodse.
County Cointnuiontr-T. W. ilaltk'y, J A.
M. Uittb. Samuel Brlley.
AFRICAN M. E.-Fourteenta itreet. between
Walnut and Cedar tra: avnrlcea habbatn 11
a. in. and 7:" p. m.; Sunday School p. m.
CnRISTIAN-EUhteenth atreet: meeting Sab
bath 10 p. m.; prcachlnu occasionally.
C-MIfRcn OK TUE REDEEMER (Eplacopal)
J Fouru-euth utrovt; hnndav Morning prttirer
lu: W a. ru.; evening prayera. p. m.; bunilay
achool V :.') a. m. 'Alday evenlui; prayer , :) p. m.
TMKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUVKCU.
J" Preachlnn at M:S) a. m., p. m., and . : p. m.
habhatb achool at M p. n.. Rev. T. J. Snore,
JLTHERAS-TWrtcentU atreet: aon-iiea SaV
J batb 1 ::XI a. ra. i Sunday Kbool 2 p. m. Rev.
f ETUOPIST-Cor. Elu-hth and Walnut utreetn;
il Preacbine Sabbath 10:. a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meet'.nk'. Wednwdar 7::W p. m.; Sunday
School, m. Rev. Wbittaker, paMor.
IjRESBYTERIANKU'hth atreet; preachlns on
Sabbath at U:w) a. ni. and 7:110 p. ru. ; prayer
meetluK Wednelar at 7:80 p.m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Rev. B. Y. George, pator.
CECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST Flfteetth
O itreet. between Walnut nnd Cedar Hreet; er
vtcea Sabbath at S and 7:30 p. m.
ST. JOSEI'II'S-dtotnan Catholic) Corner Cro
and Walnut at reel : lervlcea Sabbath 10:30 a.
m. ; Sunday School at p. m. ; Yecpera 3 p. m.; er
icea every day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATUICK"S-Homan Catholic) Corner Ninth
tret and Wahlnirton avenue; aeryicoa jab
bath S and 10 a. ra. ; Venpora 3 p.m.; Sundny Scbimji
2 p. m. ; aervlce every day at a p. m. Rev. 1 . 4all,
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Ilomoopathic rbysician and Snrffeon.
Offlca 140 Ui, amerclal avenue. Keldenc corner
Fourteenth St. and Waahlntfou avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornct-No. 1S Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Streeu
R. W. C. J0CELYN,
OFFICK-ElishtU Street, near Commercial Avenue
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
.INOIS CENTRAL R. 11.
Shortest anil Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Runnin? Two Daily
Trains From Cairo. Makin? DI
KECT C0NNKCTI0N with
Tiuma LitAVK Cairo:
Arrlvlnizln St. LonU :t.'i a.m.: Chlcajo. 8:10 p.m.;
Connectlnij at Oilln and Kfilnirham for Clocla
nati, Louiavllle, ludlauupolta aud point Kan'..
11:15 a.m. St. Iouin un.l Wettrn
Connectlnt at St. Lottia for all pnlnti Weat.
M:SC p.in. Ftiat Kxpre.
For St. Louis and chlca.w. arrlriuu at St. Loula
U I j p oi., and ChlcaoT.". a m.
:i:ai) p.m. Cinoinnnti Kx press.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:15 a.m.; Louiavllle 7:4)
a in.; IndlnuaoolU iM a.m. Paengera b
thi train reach tbo above point li to 3J
Uol'RS lu advance of an other route.
Fast Timo Eaft.
pAftf'lKVni'! ,ul' 'lne (To through to Eact.
x a..tiiiis VTn poinii without Any di-lav
caticed br Sunday Itti-nenluvr. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo rrle in new York Moudar
moraluifat 10:3-. Thirty ilx houralu advance of
any other route,
tVTor through llcketn and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, t airo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO.
expre'i.... i:'v m.
Arrutnmuuation ):'. p m.
Mail 410 a m.
JAs. JOHNSON. J. II. JONES.
Gi:u. Southern A;;ent. Ticket Aicent.
W. P, JOHNSON. Gen. Paaaenser Agent.
CAIRO i: ST. LOUIS R. R.
ir. W. 8MITHEU3, lieceiver.
SIIOlttEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 hronh Exprem leave Cairo !:3i a m
Through Exnre.i arrive at E St Loui.. 5:4to.m.
Through Etprea leave K. ht Loui.... 9:00 a.m.
i nrouKn txpre arrive at ( aim s:in p.m.
.t urpnyatiuro accommodation lt'aveal airo 1:3" p.m.
Mu'phyboro Acc.arrlve at Murptiysboro 7:M p.m.
Muruhvuboro Acc. leave MuruLviiboro. .. S:ia.m.
Murphvboro Acc. arrive at Cairo ll:&a.m.
The Cairo & St LoultRall Road la Ui only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Loula under one
manat't-nient. tht-rvfore there are oo delay at
way atation awaiting cnunt-ction from other liuea.
C!oeaud nre connvctlon at St. Loui. with other
line fur North, EaM and Wett.
QHIO cfe MISSISSIPPI R'r.
TIME TABLE OK rAS8KNftF.lt THAIS? FROM
VINCESNE9 (No.'. ;50, 1?0.)
No, S Day Expr (Except Sunday)..., l::o p. m
' fi Kpre (Except Suudav) 1: )"p. ui
" 4 Nluht Expn,(Datly)'....MM-....t-J:ia. m
No. 5 Expre (Except Sunday) fi:S a. m,
' 1 luy ExpreK (.Except Suudav).... i:p, m
" 3 Nlfbt Kxpres iDally) . . 1 :JS a. m.
J. H. Ct.AKK. C. S. Cose. Jit..
Agent Ylucenaes. Gen. Ticket A"t Cincinnati
QICK HEADACHE !
We Moan Cureil, Not Merely Relieved
Aud Can Prove What we Claim.
ryThi'ro in uo failure and no disappoint
moms. If yon are troubled with SICK HEAD
ACHE you can he eally and quickly cured, a
hundred have been alreaiiy. We .hall be pleased
to mail a aheet of te.tliunuml to any Interested.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Alo cure all forma of Dlllou'iie, prevent Conatl
put Inn and Dypepla, promote DiiteRtloii, relievo
u'vtrc from too neartv eatine, correct Disorder
of the Stomach. Stimulate the Mver. and Keitulute
the Bowi-la. They do nil tbi by takluir Jut one
little pill at a do.u. They aro purely vegetable, do
not Rrlpo or purse, and' are u nearly perfect a
It la polhlu for a pill to be. l'rlce cert, & fur
$1. Sold hv druitirUt everywhere or ent by mull,
CAftTKK MEDICINE CO., L'KIK, l'A.
SIM to IIDOfwIth atool. cover
uud book). All Kt rk-tly ttrt cla
aud old at whole.alo Inctorv
price. Theao piano made one of the ilucit dl
play ut I ho couteuniiil exhibition, nnd were mm -lraoulv
recommended or the bluhvat honor. The
Square (Iritmt cotitalu Mulliuhck' uew duplex
overiniiiK acme, uiu cri'meri luiprovement in lilt"
hlatory of piano timkliiii. The uprlKht aro the
lineal In Amerlta. Catiiloguu of 4H pje umlled
JUBILEE omiANS. the het In Iho world. An
8 top oritan only S'l 1; top, $U7 with all tbo
Intent ami heat improvement, puelii( power
depth, brilliancy and avnitmthntlc quality of tone.
Uenutlful olo utt'ect and perfect atop action.
Solid walnut cne ol beautiful dealun and elegant
Dnlh, Circular free. All I'luno and Orsau aent
on IS day' tot trial frelghtfree If tinatll'actory,
Don't fall to write u be- AIn A TC
foro bttylmr. Positively wo I I If iT A
offer the bt baraln, Ko.VA,'"",1,1-;
tory anil wareroom. B:th Street and Tenth avenue.
SHEET MUSIC catalogue ""'of "5!
choice plecea lent for 3c stamp. Addreaa,
Mendelssohn Piano Co,, Box 2058, N. Y.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY
If you am a man of butlne, weakened by the
airaiu oi your annua, avom atimuiant and take
If von aro a man of letter, tolllntr over vour mid
nlht work, to restore brain aud nerve waste, take
Ifyouareyouujc, and aufTerlng from any ladiacre
tlon or dissipation, take
If yu are married or sinitle, old or younjr, u Jer
Inz fri in poor health or lanitulrhluK on
a bed of lcknea, take-
Whoever you are, wherever you are, whenever jrou
lumjuur BjBieni ueeas ciearnmij.iouinz
or atlmu!atln, without intoxlcatlnit, take
Have you dypcpla, kidney or urluary complalut,
uhmwui laestomacn, ooweis. oiooa. liver, or
nerve f You will bo cured If you tuku
If you are simply alllug, aro weak and low spirited,
In Itt Ui,,r It W....n U I.. I. I.
Yo'nr drui'uist keep It.
It mar lav yonr Ilffl. It lia anvert ITtindreiU
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Daily Bulletin.
By Carrier, 2oc Per Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
810 Per Year, SIO
If paid Yearly or Semi-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin,
A 48 Column S Page Paper
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
To CLUBS of FIVE of MORE,
f 1.50 per Year.
BLANK BOOK WOKK
Of all Kinds.
STEAM JOB OFFICE
A.U Kinds ofJob Work
Estimates furtuslieJ and orders from
abroad promptly attended to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
and Quarter Sheet Posters awl
Programmes, iu Bluck or Colors.
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Heads. Statements, Bills Lading, Show
Cards, Business . Cards, Ball
and Wedding Invitations. Book Work,
Etc.. Ete.. Etc.. Etc.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE lQ, STATES.
On and after Monday. June Ttb. nnd until turthur
notice the ferryboat will make trip aa follow,'
lsavi tiarc mavis
Foot Fourth at. SIIaourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'R.
T:oo a. ra.
il:ll p. m,
Ti.'W a. m.
11 :H0 a.m.
i:W p. m.
H a. m.
ID a. m.
A p. m.
S p. tn
MORNING. JUNE 11, 1830.
Compound Svrii) of
HYPOPHOSPHITES ! !
IS A CERTAIN REMEDY FOK
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS, Etc.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
SPEEDILY AND PERMANENTLY CTRKS
ConKeation of theLnn, BronchltU.Conatimp.
tlon, Nervous ProttraUon. Shortnesa of Ureath,
Palpltutlon of the Heart, Trembling of the
Ritnda and Limln, Physical and MenUl Dtprea
lon, ho of Appetite Lo. of Kner?y. L of
Memory. It will rapidlv tmprore the weakness
(unction atidorpunsofthe body, which depend
for health upon voluntary aeml-Toluntjiry and
involuntary nervous action
It act ltb vlyor, i(entlenei and atibtiety, owinK
to the cJtmilte harmony of it lnifndleuta, akin
to pure blood ltelf. Ita last pleajant. and it ef
St. Joiik.N. B.
Mr. Jame I. Fellow, ChumUt, 8t. John, N. B
Dear Sir: Having nsed your Compound Kyrup
of tIyp'jphO'phlte for ome time In my practice, I
have uo nealtatlm lu recommendini? it to my pa
tient who are n9erin! from general debility, or
any diaease of the lung, knowing that, even In
cae otterlv hopele, Itifford relief.
I am, lr, your truly, II. O. ADDY, M. D,
SOLD BY ALL DRTOGIST3.
SYMPTOMS OP A
I."" of an" 'tit,', naifi'fl. bowel co-itlve. pain In
tiii-iiftii w::u a di.il fiiaii,in m lheT!lriia
I'iiiii illi'l.-i Hi.; nn;i:ili
bind-. iiulTi" niter ':it
m.HHni dKiui-iiiiaiinn in f,-ij,in of i.y tr
iimiu. irr.ia'ii;i:y n t.-ni.-r. Im nunK, lu- of
d.iiy. w-rir i. . .u.iik.--. i'.ii t-i in j nl thf lienrt.
If these warnings are nnhecded, serious diseases
win o"li lie Uevrliiped.
TUTT'S PILL'S are esDecla'.lv a laDteil tn nih
case. on? dieenectucha change of feeling aa
A Koteil Divine Says:
Dr.Tntf.-Oe.ir Sir: For ten year I have been a
martyr to dytr.'pia. contl;ailon and pile.
Last eprlni; your pill were recommended; I nued
them. I am now a well m:tn, have a good appe
tit.', digestiua perfect, reiular atools. pile guue,
and have irained forty povnda Of flesh. They are
worth their weight lu aold.
REV. It. L SIMPSON', Louisville, Ky.
TUTTS HAIR DYE
Or:iv hair or whlker cttansod to a glossy hlack
hv a iuIe aDDlicatinn ir tin- Hv.. T (,,,-,..
nitural color, act lotanUneou!y. Sold by drns
giata, or ent by express on receipt of tl.
umee, a. Jiun-ay street, ew York.
V ACl'TK UH CHKOIC 1
Manufactured only under the above Trade Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
gtiarsnteea. aow eic u ve v used hv all ce ehr.
ted Phylnlan of Kuropo and America, becoming a
Staple, Harmlti and Reliable Kemedv on hoth
contlueuta. The highest Medical Academy of
Part report ws cure out of ion cae within three
day. Secret The only dlwolver of thepoionou
t rie Acid which exist In the 111. mil of ItheumnUc
aud Uouty Patient. $1 a box; t) boxe for Y
Sent to any addre on receipt of jirlce. Indorsed
by Physician. Sold by all lirtteelst. Addre
WaSHBUkN & CO.,
Only Importers' Depot 513 Broadway, N, Y.
PorSalebv BARCLAY BROS., nnd I)rti !!
J. T. WARREN & CO.
CU GG W. Second St.
Porolgn and Domestic dried and cituncd Fruit and
Veirotablc. Canned, dried aud salt Fish. Pick
les, Haitce. CUa and Condiment.. Soup
tuff, Baking Powder, ground and
wholo Spice. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, Seed, Jellle, Preserve
Fancy Grocorlc and Gro
Stock unparalleled In the West.
SEND FOB 0UB "GROCERS" MANUEL.
They Incr-me the appetite, and cause the body
to take oa rteili.tlrn the vtein I nourished, and
by their tonic action on the fliiceativo ornan, reu
lar toolarepruducei. Price a cjnt. 35 Mur
ray Street, N'. Y.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
NEW YORK GRAIN.
Nsw York, Juno 10, 12:03 p. u.
Wheat irregular No. 3 Chicago, fl 13
1 20; No. 2 Milwaukee, fl 200121;
Red Winter, ft 27l 81; No. 2 Red
Winter, fl 301 30 Corn quiet-No.
Liverpool, Juno 10, 2:00 p. m.
Wheat unchanged- Winter, 10s10s 3d ;
Spring 93 0d0s Od; California average,
9i3d10s; California Club, 103109 Cd.
CiutAOO, June 10, 10:00 m. '
Wheat Juno, 09c; July, 0707c;
Pork-July, 10 0010 32: August,
10 43tf. j
Corn June, 3.1030; July, 2Q
00; August, 30?.
Oats-June, 31 14'; July, 23.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
THE DAY fixed.
Washington, Juno 9. The action of
both houses of congress to-day in resolving
to adjourn sine die a week from to-day,
will probably have an important bearing
upon pending legislation as to tariff bills
and the electoral count question. The res
olution was opposed by 73 of the revenue
reformers of the house. Protectionisits are
delighted in having finally fixed upon a
day of adjournment. They now think, and
perhaps rightly, that they can defeat every
tariff movement. They have already re
vealed their tactics. Tucker, as represen
ative of the ways and means committee,
was on his feet a dozen times to
day to make a motion to go into com
mittee for the purpose of considering reve
nue bills, but was interrupted by confer
ence reports and it was 4 o'clock before his
motion came before the house. The pro
tectionists under lead of Pennsylvania mem
bers at once began to fillibuster by moving
adjournment, but on the first motion they
were defeated by a majority of twelve,
much to their surprise. After this vote
some privileged questions were considered
and when Tucker's motion came up again
the hour was so late that tho house decided
to adjourn. The motion will come
up again to-morrow and the
revenue reformers propose to
make a fight. They are iu position
now to worry their opponents and put all
members of the house on record over and
over again, tor by the passage of the ad
journment resolutions, motions to suspend
the rules will be in order from now until
next Wednesday, and it is the purpose of
the revenue reformers to bring forward
separate bills relating to various tariff
questions, such as wood pulp, printing pa
per, salt, etc., etc., and to compel a sepa
rate vote squarely on these propositions,
Hence, for some days, there is a prospect
of pretty lively tariff music in the house,
and both Republican and Democratic con
stituencies will have opportunity to learn
how their representatives stand .in regard
to some of the revenue reform issues.
THE RESERVOIR SYSTEM.
Representative Washbnrne's bill appro
priating fjOO.000 to build reservoirs at tho
headwaters of the Mississippi, St. Croix and
Wisconsin rivers was reported adversely to
day from the committee of commerce. Rep
resentative Beale, of Virginia, writes a long
and elaborate report accompanying the bill,
in which he, with all the members of the
committee, take ground that tho reservoir
system cannot in our day bo regarded as
an experiment, nor is the project to con
struct reservoirs by dams upon these rivers
new one. So long ago as 1852 Charles El
let, Jr., in a report on the most effiacious
system tor the reclamation of the delta of
the Mississippi, demonstrated not only the
practicability of reclaiming from inunda
tion low lands of the Mississippi by reser
voirs, but also that in this way would be
reached the great end ot supplying such a
volume ot water as would render naviga
tion of the Ohio aud Mississippi continuous
through tho year.
Engineer Alleu's report, Mr. Beale holds,
only fortifies the position taken by Ellet.
It is demonstrated that this plan of reser
voirs, aided by inexpensive levoes along
deltas, promises tho most successful solu
tion of the great national problem of how
to carry to sea thatcommerco which yet in
its earliest stages of development is de
manding annually increasing appropria
tions, and at some timo or other so fetter
the father of rivers, as to recover back to
safety a vast breadth ot low alluvial lands
capable of production, if less In bulk, ex
ceeding in value that of the famed delta of
The report then goes into an exhaustive
discussion of subjects of inquiry embraced
iu tho investigation of how to properly
store up the waters of the Mississippi, and
concludes by recommending an adverse re-
NEW SERIES-NO. 301.
port, because the Mississippi river com
mission has jurisdiction of tho whole, sub
iect. From this conclusion Qen. Hender
son dissents. ' , i '
INDIANA DEHOCRATIO CONVENTION. ' O
Indianapolis, Ind., Sune 9. The Indi
ana Democracy met to-day and placed a
strong ticket in tho field. lion. Funk.
Landers, uf Marion, was nominated for gov
ernor on tho second ballot, Hon. Isaac Gray
of Randolph, running him exceedingly
close on thejflrst. Gray was then nomina
ted for lieutenant-governor by acclama
tion amid the wildest enthusiasm, and the
speeches of acceptance by these two gen
tlemen were models of good sense. Hon.
Jno. L. Scott, appointed supreme court
judge, vice Perkins, deceased, was re-
chosen for that position and the Fifth judi
cial circuit, was filled by the nomination of
Capt. J. S. Mitchell.of Elkhart; J.G. Shank
lin, state secretary; Gen. M. D. Man
son, audljr; W. Floming, treasurer; Judge
Woottcn, attorney-general; A. F. Martin,
supremo court reporter, and Gabriel Sch
muck, clerk, were made their own succes
sors, and after a sharp contest Prof. A. .
Goodwin of Floyd was nominated for
superintendent of public instruction, rice
Prof. Smart, who haa held that office with
signal ability for several terms. The dele
gates to the national convention wero in
structed to cast the vote of Indiana for
Hendricks for president, and the possibil
ity of a second choice was not entertained.
Gov. Hendricks presided, and was the re
cipient of a very enthusiastic welcome, par
ticularly when coming forward to accept
the permanent chairmanship of the conven
CAPITAL NOTES. f
Washington, Juno 8. Tho report of the
senate select committeo to investigate the
removal of tho Northern Cheyenne Indians
from tho Sioux reservation to Indian terri
tory affirms that tho government is not liv
ing up to its obligations with the Chcy
ennes, and that a policy should be adopted
which will show these Indians that we will
do them full justice.
MRS. OAINES' CLAIM.
Representative Bright, from the commit
tee on claims to-day presented a report in
the case of Myra Clark Gaines. The com
mittee, without attempting to adjudge tho
validity of tho claim of Mrs. Gaines against
the United States, say the case ought to be
reported to the court of claims for adjudi-'
cation and report a bill to carry out this
Secretary Thompson addressed a letter to
Capt. Howgato, informing him that tho ,
board of naval inspectors reported that the
ship Gulnare is not suitable for an Artio
The senate confirmed Martin B. Davis su
perintendent of the United States mint at
New Orleans: Vespasin Smith, collector of
customs district of Duluth, Minn.; James E.
Boyd, United States attorney for Western
district of North Carolina; John Sherman,.
Jr., United States marshal territory of New
Mexico; Otis Ballion, United States mar
shal for the district of Nebraska.
The senate also confiriaen Wui. N. Pc-
thick, now vice consul at Lein Sin, secre
tary of the commission to China; Calhoua
Wood, U. S. consul at La Rocholle; Thos.
II. Daily, postmaster at New London, Ohio.
THE RIVER AND HARBOR BILL.
Washington, Juno 9. Representative
Clardy's labors on tho river and harbor bill
are over, the conference committee of which
he is a member having finally reported an
agreement to-day. The senate receded from
its amendments increasing the appropriation
for the Missouri river atCouucil Bluffs from.
120,000 to $J0,000, aud atEastport and Ne
braska City from 1 10,000 to $20,000. Tho
house conferees concurred in senate amend
ments appropriating $10,000 for tho Mis-.
soun river at Brownsville, and a like amount
at Plattsmouth. Mr. Clardy has worked ,
very faithfully nn this bill, his time being
so largely devoted to it that he has been "
compelled to neglect other mattera in,
which he has been interested. In reference
to his own section, the Mississippi and Mis- "
souri rivers, he has been wonderfully sue-
cessful in securing the appropriations. ;
sought. It was mainly through his efforts
that appropriations struck off in the aonate
committee were restored in the senate.
Itchino Piles is one of tho most an. ,
noying disoases in th world, and yet
all can find sure relief by the use of Dr. ;
Swayno's Ointment. It has been tested '
in thousands of instances and invaria
bly makes a sure cure. Tho symptoms
aro moisture, liko perspiration, intense
itchiiig, increased by scratching, very
distressing, particularly at night, as if !
pin-worms were crawling in and about ;
tho rectum ; the privato parts are some
time affected. iTocuro this ointment.
Reader, if you are Buffering from this '
distressing complaint, totter, itch, scald
head, ringworm, barber's itch, any
crusty, scaly skin eruptions, use Dr.,
Swayno's Ointment and be cured. Sold
by all prominent druggists. (1)
Tdr Voltaic Belt Co.. Mauanirr- '
Mich. Will send thoir celebrated Elactra. K
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 daya
trial. : Spcody cures guaranteed. They v
meaa what they say. Write to them with- ,
ou,t delay. :, . ..
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