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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
VOLUME XI.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 25, 1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 338.
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DIUKCTORY.
BUWRS8MREf:TOI?Y
of tbu leading business housua wboao advertise
ments may be fouud In Tin lliu.rrih .
DRY GOODS.
C. 0. Pr.tlur.fcCo., Commercial avenue and Nine
teenth street.
0H0CEHIE9.
. I). Williamson Co.
Yorum Urodcrlck, W sub. Ave., cor. Eighth.
T, J. O'Lougnlln, Poplar, cor. Twoutiutb.
PHYSICIANS.
Dr. J. It. Murean: office. 1 Commercial avenue.
Lr. Leach Wheeler, Eolith street,
DENTISTS.
Dr. W. C. Jneelyn, Kijftith near Commercial .
1)1. K. W. Whltlock, l: Commercial avenue.
LIQUORS.
Itobt. Smyth, No. 60 Ohio lve.
INSURANCE.
Ilfn. Candee, No. 70 Ohio levee f up Hrh.
K.iultable Life, of Sew York, corner Twelfth nJ
Washington avenue.
DRUGGISTS-WHOLESALE AND HETAIL.
Ueo E. O'Uara, Eighteenth and Commercial.
BANKS
Alcrardi r Comity Bank. Mb and Commercial.
City NaLional, Ohio levee.
STEAMBOATS
Champion. Three State.
ICE.
John Sprost, corner Twelfth and Levee.
BRACKET STOKE.
K. C Ford, Corner Ninth and Commercial.
THE MAILS.
G ENERAL DELIVER! open a.m.; doses
I 8-..)iip.m.i Sunday: 8 to I a.m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
lThwuU Eipress Malla via Illinois Central 3:40
P' JhMlssippI Central 1U11 mails close P-m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff TbrouKh and Way Mall
CvySlafi'a Illinois Central Cairo and Via
ceuues and Miss-ssippl Central Railroads close at
' V.Py' Mall for Narrow Gauo Railroad closes at
8:calVor.d Evaosvllle Kiv.-r Route closes at S30
p. m. da'.iy (except Krtdayl.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
City Officers.
Maror-N. B Tbistlcwood.
Treasurer-Edward Dciwuia.
Clerk-Dcnuis. J. Foley.
Cvuuaelor--Wui. B. Gilbert.
Manhal-J.C Lalloe.
Attorney-William
MOAIIU of aldkms..
F1rlWard-M. J. Rowley. , .
Second Ward-David T. Linegar, C. U. Wood-
"a-M'rd Ward-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith,
r Sirth Ward -Charle. A Pter. Jnj. Kyea-ton
Ktftb Ward-T. W. Ualllday. Ernest B Pettlt.
County Officer.
Clrealt Judge-D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk J. A. Reeves.
Coontv Jndw-R. h. Jocum.
County Clerk-S. J, "u,B''"-,b
Countr AUorny-W . I . si -iikey.
CountV Treasurer-Miles W. Parker.
riuerlrf-Jobn Hodges.
Coron-r-R. r'itrgera.c. ii.nu'av J A.
Connty Coramtas:oner-T. W. Uamca), J
M. Uibbs, Samuel Brlley.
chirciiw.
a FRICAN M. E Fourteenth itrect. hetween
A "int and Ced.r rWirM
a. m. and 7:' p. m.; Sunday school 1 p. m.
AMI RICTUS -Eighteenth street: meeting Sab
C bath loV'Wp. m.; preaching occasionally.
IlfKCll OP THE KF.DEEMER (EpUcopal)
CWoSr s.rvet; Suad.v MonUug P
ar'KV::.
THIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUUKCBj-
habbath school at . . P c.
paflor.
f T"rrtZKN-TblrteeMh itr-et; scrvU.es Sab
L b l V a. m : Suniay .-hooI S P- m. Rev.
Knappc, pator.
METIIODIST-Cor. Elchtl- and Walnut Hreeta;
Priavhii.lt Sabbath M:- a. m. and . p.m.;
Braver met ne. Wednecrtay T:) p. m.; bunday
Schawl, 9 a m. Ret. Whlt.ak.r. Pwor.
PRESBYTERIAN -Elifbtb Mreet ; I'lM on
at a I P.m. Kev. B.Y.Ueorje.pa.tor.
OFCONI) FREEWILL BAPTIST Klfteetth
S .troetf beuS Walnut and Cedar MrecK. .er
lce Sabbath at and 7::5i p. m.
. ... .Hi., I'nfT.rr Crna
r,.mt Ma: er1cw M..tU W;
lllHIl at V P. !U- . Vl'" I" "
at S p. m.
OT. I ai i" '"W, ufliinirlnn avenue; wmwr -
i7 .treei
r.v. j rd 10 a t
Vpper H p- m.; Sunday School
v ,.m.:wrv.eve
iny ai s j. ih 1 """""
ttw..rnTsiaASi.
gTSIcU E" ! WHEELER
Will pertorm al n if- (.e; N. u,, KiIitU
any nature In wu r 7
atreet. Cairo. lUa.
fir II. MAUEAN, Ijt. D..
HomoopathicPujsidanaiHlSurffeon.
Office 1 40 ut. amerclal avenue. Realdeno corner
Fourteenth St. and Wai-hlnulon avenue. Cairo.
DENTISTS.
QU. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Dental Sureon.
Orrtc-No. 1: Comracrctul Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
J)U. W. C. JOCELYN,
D E NTIST.
OFFICE Eluhlh Struct, near Commercial Avenue.
11 r k VAO 115" I" $HV (with atool. cover
lAINOlS nrl book All atrlctly tlrat cliia
liu,vw andaold at wholemlo factory
prlcea. TUene pliinoa marie one of the flneit dla
playa at tbu ceutenninl exhibition. and wore tinati.
Imoitaly recommended or the blirheat bonora. The
Square (iran.la contiiin Matlitiabek'v new duplet
overnruiiff acalo, the (ireateat Improvement In the
hlatory of piano iiinkliiic. Tho upright are tb
finest In Amerlta. CutuloKiio of 4S pugea-mailed
free.
JUBILEE ORGANS, tho heat In tho world. An
8 atop oritan only $'15; 13 atop, t'.iT with nil the
latoat and beat Improvement, poaacaalng power
depth, brilliancy and artnpatbutlu .jnnllty of tone.
Beautiful olo efl'ecta anil ixirfect atop action.
Solid wnlnut crtaca ol beautllul dunlin and eloKiint
flnlah, Circular froo. All Plnno. and Orcam aent
on 1(1 tlaja' teat trial frelnhtfroe If tiuaatlefuctory.
Don't full to write bo- rkH A VTL1
fon luiviiiv. l'oa'tlvelv wo I 1 11 It IA
offer the beat burnalna. Fae-vva
tory and warcrooma, 57tn street inn Teutn avenue.
SHEET MUSIC cutuioKuo"lror
choice plecet font for :lc atamp. Addreaa,
Moiulelsoliri Piano Co,, Box 2058, N. Y.
U.YILI10ADS.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
MM
uiifiiiiir.
tiii:
Shortest and Quickest Route
TO
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Line Running
9 DAILY TRAIXS
Ifrom Cairo,
Making Diuect Con.vkctiox
WITH
EASTERN LINES.
Tuxtxa LtE Cairo:
.'3:15 a in. Mfiil,
Arriving In St. Loula 0:45 a.m.: Cbfraso. 8 :3.1p.m.;
Coutieetlnir at OUin and hflliiift.am lor t mi iu
natl, Loulfville, Iintlaimpoha and point Jjue:.
11:1U u.m. 8t. Isin and Vtt-rn
Kxprewfi,
Arriving in 8t. Loul. ":0S p. m., and connecting
for all poluu WvH.
4:'-0 p.m. I-'ant Kx proH.
Fr St Lotila and Chicago. arrlviLB at St. Louis
10:15 p m., and Clikatu 7:i a m.
4:'J) p.m. C'liicinnrttl K.xprfH.
Arriving :it Cincinnati T :i a m.; Louisville :)
a.m.; IndlunapulU 4 : J a.m. Paftiyra by
thia train narli the above point 1 to .'.J
iioL'KS In u.hupce of any other route.
ff"The4:J)p m. upr.M l.aa PULLMAN
M.fcEPIMi CAR Cairo to C r.ciiiiii l, witho.it
chanirra. und through sleepcra to M. Louis and
Ch:cai;o.
Fat TTmo Ka.-t.
PoL-ntirvm '' thl lllie tli.-oui;h to Kat.
J l,t Iii;H n cm point uitboiit any delay
caufed by Sunday I.Mitv. iiIiil'. The Saturday ulicr
noon trail, fiotu Cairo arrlM'a In In w ork Mniiday
moruiue at lo: . Thirty-nix imiirt in B.lvai.c: (.f
any other route.
f-jr-For through tl. kcta an.! further l:.f..r:natlon,
apply at llllnoia Central Knllroad iJ. pot. ( i iro.
.(As. JOHNSON. J. II JONES.
i-n. ntharu Ajer.t. Ttckct Agent.
A. II HANSON, Hen. Paa-. Ar''Lt. Chlcauo.
QAIRO ST. LOUIS K. II.
11. AN'. SMITIIKIW, HiHfiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Time Soheaule:
Ihrounh Exprcaa L-ave Cairo H:3a.m.
Ti.rout:h Expn-aa arrive at E. St Lou!.. 5:45p.m.
Through Expna leave E. St. Loula,... :im.m.
Through Exprea arrive at Cairo 5:10 p.m.
Murpbyaooroaccommodttiiuuieaveai airo i: w p.m
Mu phyaboro Ace. arrivra at Mcrphyahoro 7 :VJ p.m
Murpbyaboro Acc. leavea .Miirj.hyaboro.
5-K'a.m.
X urj'uvai.oru Act. arr:ci ei ..am..
ll:.5a.m.
The Cairo St Loul Bull Road la the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and Si. Loul under one
management, therefore there are no delays at
way alatloua awaiting connections from other line.
Cloaeand aure connection at St. Louia with other
line for North. Enat and Weft
J.A.NAUOLE.
Agent
L. M..!onNSON.
tfer.er.il .M.mai'er.
QIIIO & MISSISSIPPI IVi
TIME TABLE OK PASSENOKU TRAINS FROM
VINCENNKS (N. 0, 1S79.)
HAaTWAHn.
No. i Iny Exprea (Except Sunday).... l:Vp. m.
li KpreaajExcept Suuday) 1 ::).'. p.m.
" 4 NUht Expreas (Daily) l-,':.u. in.
wnarwAUD.
No S Exprcaa (Except Sunday) a. m.
' 1 Day Bxpreaa (Excet.t Sunday).. . a:r p. m.
S Nluht Exprea (Ualiy) 1 :i5 a. m.
J. R. Clauk, C S. Cosr.Jn.,
Aeut Vlncennea. tien. Tlek-t Agt Cliiclnnati
FERKYI'.OAT.
QAIRO CITY FERUY CO.
KKItltVUOAT
THREE i2 STATES.
On andaflor Monday. .tuneTth. and until further
notice tttcferryhoat wlllmake trip a follows:
I.IAVE LEAVES LEAVE
Foot Fourth at. Mlaaonrl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7:00 a. m. T:W . m. H a. m.
t:ii a. V:M a. r.. li a. ru.
I1:'ta.in. Il::ia. m. P.'uom.
j:tp. m. i::)p. r.i. a p.m.
4::lilp.m. 5:00 p.m. 5;:Wp.xn.
SUNDAYS
J p. m. :;iop.m 8 p. rn
STEAMIIOATS.
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCAII.
The Elegant Siricwhcol raaicnjer Steamer
CHAMPION &m
BRUNEI! Maater.
A.J.BIUD Clerk.
Leave Cairo every Monday and Thtiradny for
Cape Ulrardeau. St. Louia. and way landing.
GINSENG WANTED
We uro tln tnrirmt exporter In the t'nlteil
State, and we will pay tho highest ttmrket pi'lt'K
III mah for any quantity.
R. A. Holtlen & Co.
(IT Vlu Street CINCINNATI.
a
QICK HEADACHE
I
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We Mt'an Cured, Sot Merely Believed
And Can Prove Whut we Claim.
fjyThere are no failure!, and no disappoint
menta, If you are troubled with SICK HEAD
ACHE you can bu easily and quickly cured, a
hundred have been already. We ahall be pleaaed
to mull a ahu'itof teatlinouiula to any llitereated,
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Alao cure all forma of Dlllouaneaa. prevent Const!
piitlon and Dyapepulu, promote JJiueation, relieve
(llatreaa from tooheartr eating, correct Dloorder
of tbo Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Regulute
the IJowela. They do all thl by taking Juat one
little pill at a doae. They are purely vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, aud are a nearly perfect aa
it la poaaible for a pill to he. Price -J5 certa, D for
SI. Sold bv drupglata even-where or aetst by mall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. ERIE, PA.
MEDICAL.
TliUTII.S.
Kop Hitters ure the Purest und Heat HllteH
ever ni:i.te.
They are com pounded from HOPS. BUCHU.
MAN MRAKE and DANDELION -the old. at.
beat and mopt valuable medicine in the world
and contain all the beat und moat curative prop
ertie of till other liitterH, being the greateat
lil.OUD Pl'imiEH, LIVER REGULATOR,
and Life und liealtb restoring agent on earth.
Nouiaeaau or ill health can poaibly long ex
lat where theae Hit -era are Uaeil, ao varied and
perfect ure their operutlotn.
They give new life and vigor to the aged and
Infirm. To all whoae cmploywcut caue Irreg
ularity of the bowels or uriuary organ, or who
require an appc ti.i-r. tonic aud mild i-tlmulaut,
tluae llittera are invaluable, being highly enra
tive. tonic und allmulKing. without intoxicat
ing No matter what yonr f. cilng or avmptoma
are. what the dlaeuae nr ailment ia. uae lli.p
Itinera. Don't wait until yon areaiek, but If you
only feel had or mleerable. uae the hitter at
once. It niuv aave oarlife. Hundred have
been aave.l by ao doing. jyj'Miwill be paid
for a caao they will not cur., or help.
Do not auffer youraelf or let your friend uf
fer.but uae and urge them to uae HoO llittera.
Remember. Hop llittera ia no vile, drugged,
drunken nostrum, but the imreat anil hot medi
cine ever made: the "InvHllda Friend and
Hope." und no person or family ahould be w ith
out them. Trv the llittera to day.
Hop PlUer Mfg. Co.. liocheater, New York
an J Toronto, Canada.
FOR SALE BY ALL DL'UWISTS.
PATENTS.
P
ATEXTS
r... nntr tuvKTitlnna. nr for imnrovemcntJ
on old onea ; for medical or other cum pound, trade
marks unci lal.ei. caveaia. laaiomuuia, micr
fereucea, Appeal. Suit for Infringement, and
all caaea arlaiug under the Patent Lawa, prompt
ly atteuded to. Invention that have been
t) V T Vi T V 11 h)' ,,lc Fau-nt Oflice may atill,
ilJ;jJrV.yiril7innioatCftaea, be patented by
n. Being oppoait the U. 8. Patent Department,
and engaged In Patent bnainea excluaively. we can
Inake cloaer aearchea, and ecuie Patent more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
an- remote from Washington.
t VVl'VTmK a s mooL'' or ketch f
lil Ijil lUIlOyonr device; we make ex
aminations and advise a to patentability, free of
charge. AH correspondence atrlctly confidential.
Prices low, and n charge nnless Patent ia-eecured.
We refer in Washington, to Hon-Postmaster
General D. .M. Key. Rev. F. D.Power The Uerman
American Nulional Bank, to officials in tho II. S.
Patent Office, and to Senator and Representative
In Congreaa; and especially to onr clients in every
State In the Union aud in Canada. Addreii
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Opposite Pat nt office. Washington 1). C
ICE.
JOHN SPROAT,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Refrigerator Cars,
AND
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
OPFICK;
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
P ' f. us.
rjlHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
Cuit o, lUlnoid.
CAPITAL. JSIOO.000
OFFICERS:
W.P. n.VLLPDAY, President.
H. L. HAL1.1DAY. Vice-President.
THUS. W. I1ALLIDAY, Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
1. 1TAAT TAVlm, W. P. IIALLIDAT,
IIKNHT L. UALM1HT, n. It. CTNNINIillASf,
tt, D. WILLIAMSON, STltl'Ul-.N Bllll),
n.n.CANtiis.
Exchange. Coin aud United States Bonds
UOUUHT AND BOLD.
Dopnsltrecolvcd and i general banking baslncsi
Cuntlucted.
MEDICAL.
45 YEARS BEK0RR THE PUBLIC.
THE GENUINE
Di!. C. JIoLANE'S
LIVER PILLS
are not recommended as a remedy "lor all
tho ills that flesh' is heir to," but in affec
tions ol tho Liver, ana all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
useases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can bo used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaleu
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLank'b Liver Pill.
Ench wrapper bears the signatures of C.
McLane and Fleming Bros.
Jflnsist upon ha'ing the genuine Dr.
C. McLank's Liver Piixs, prepared by
FLEMIMO BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
pronunciation.
HEDICAL.
The Pi'oniotof and Perfec
tor of Assimilation.
The Reformer and Vital
ize? of the Blood.
The Producer and Invig
orator of Nerve 4 Muscle.
The Bnilder and Support
er of Brain Power.
FELLOWS'
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
HYPOPIIOSPUiTES
la composed of ingredients identical with thoso
which conatltnte llenltby Blood, Muscle and Nerve
and Brain Substance, whilst life Itself Is directly
dependent unon some of them,
llv its union with the blood, and Us effect unon
the muac'es, re-establishing Lhe one and toning the
oiner, ii is capame ol coccuug tne tonowiugre
suits:
It w ill displace or wash out tuberculous matter,
and tans cure consumption.
fly Increasing nervouB and mnsculnr vigor, It
will eiin-dy;'p..psla. fiwhleor Interrupted action of
the heart and palpitation, weaknesM of Intellect
caused by pricf, weary, overtax or irregular habits,
bronchitis .acute or chrocici,, congeation of the
lungs, even in the moat alarming sfiges.
It cun-s asthma, loss of voice, uenralgla. St. Vitas
dance, epileptic tits, whooping cuugh, ncrvousuess,
and Is a most w onderful adjunct to other remedies
inlsustainin;! lite during the process of diptheria.
l)o not be deceived by remedies bearing a similar
name, no other preparation la a substitute for thia
under nny circumstances.
Look out tor the name and address, J, I. FKL
LOWS. St.Jnbn. N. 11.. on the yellow wrapper iu
wuter-uiarlc, which is seen by holdina the paper
before the llfht.
SOLI) BY ALL DttUQOISTS.
T0TT8
PILLS
SYIPTOMS OF A
TORPID LIVER
lrfwpwlkw
piiin iiiitl.T inn sli.iiii.l.T.hjtt.i.., lullii.'a iitl.'r eiit-
mind, irritaliililv of temper, low spirits, l..s ol
MMWHaftfveMSiMMHattiaMnnni
nieinorv. wii.i a leeliiigol having neglected aoniu
Mwlnajaw'iiaanMaaaisaaMiiiaiiau
diiiv,w-,".iriiies. diz.in.ws. iliiitcrnit! a' thuheurt,
dots Oet'iir.' 111
vea. veilovv akin, headache
PIs7ieaIphT!?ilTh??hTvT
If these wariiltiKH are unheeded, serious distunes
will soon lie developed.
TL'TTS PILL'S are especially adapted to aurh
caaea, one dose effects such n change of feeling as
to astonish the sufferer.
A Noted Divine Says:
Dr.Tutt : Oear Sir; Pur ten years I havo been a
martyr to dysticpia, constipation and piles.
Last spring your pills were recommended; I used
them. I am now a well man, have a good appe
tite, digestion perfect, regular stools, piles gone,
and huve gullied forty pounds of tlesh. They are
worth their w eight Iu gold.
KK . K. L SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky.
They Increase the appetite, and cause the body
to lake, on llesh. thus the system ia nourished, and
by their tonic action on the digestive organs, regu
lur stools are produced. Price i5 cuts. 30 Mur
ray Street, N, V.
TUTT'S HAIR BYE
Gray hair or whiskers changed toagloaay black
by a single application of this dye, It Imparts a
natural color, acts Itiatantaueoitsly, Hold by drug
gists, or sent by express on receipt of 1.
Office, 35 Murray Street, New York.
S- a' 1'0 firnoo A YEAR, or $0 to
I i W I 'Jo c, day In vour own locality
I rVl II I No risk Cornell do as well
I r I as men. Mauy nmko more
s s lkm ,hu amnt stated
above. No ouu can Tall to
make money fust. Any one can do the work. Yon
can innko from sue to ii an hour hy devoting your
evening and spare time to the business. It costs
nothing to try the business. Nothing like It for
money making ovurolferl before. Business pleas
ilI aud strictly honorable. Header, If yon want to
know all about tho best payl-ig business before the
pnhllo, send us your address and we will send you
mil particulars and private terms froe;samplot
worth $5 also free; you can then make np yonr
mind for vourself. Address GEORGE STIN30N
A Co., Portland, iMatns.
Latest News.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
L-rVEKPOOL CHAIN.
Liverpool, July 24, 2:00 p. m.
Wheat unchanged Winter, Os lld
10s 4d; Spring, 8s 0d9s 4d; Califor
nia average, 0s10s; California Club,
Os 10dlls 4d.
Corn, Ss 2d.
Chicago, July 24, 10:00 a.m.
WheatAugust, 89,' ; Sept, 8.
Pork October, 14 63; August,
$14 05.
Corn, August C5 September,
Oats. August 22;i Sept. 22;
July, 20.
NEW YOllK GRAfX.
Neat York, July 23, 12:01 p.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Chicago, $1 00
1 07; No. 2 Milwaukee, t 071 08;
Red Winter, $1 031&1 10; No. 2 Rod
Winter, $1 09; Corn quiet No. 2,
48.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
DISASTER AT SEA.
San Francisco, July 23. Steamer New
born arrived this morning from Mazatlan,
having on board the mate and a portion of
the crew of the ship Matilda from Squi-
niault to Calloa, wilh lumber, abandoned
at sea June 24. Capt. Jones, his wifo and
a portion of the ship's crew took one boat,
the mate and remainder of the ship's com
pany the other and steered for Clariou
island, 300 miles distant, which they
reached July 2, but finding no water there
made for bocorro island, distant 216 miles.
During a cyclone the boats parted compuny,
since which nothing has been heard of the
captain's bout. Those in the mate's boat
were compelled to throw overboard pro
visions, water, clothing, etc., during tho
storm, and passing Socorro island after
great suffering reached Mazatlan July 10.
SHIPMENT OP MEAT TO ENGLAND.
New York, July 23. For several weeks
past the large shippers of meat to Ensland
have been compelled to shut down their
business very closely from the fact that
they could not meet the heavy ice expenses
attached to tho shipping. One of tho larg
est exporters said to-day: "I shall not
send a pound of meat away to-morrow, m I
am determined not to pay tho extortionate
rates demanded by the ice companies. We
are willing to pay a fair price, but we are
not going to do business at a loss, and in
the future we shall take care of ourselves."
Three steamers have left this week with-it
carrying any meat, as usual, and thus on-
tailing an additional loss to tho shippers,
who made contracts by the year
ORANT AT LEADVILI.E.
Leauville, Col., July 23. Gen. Grant
arrived last evening at 9 :30. He was re
ceived by a company of mounted police,
two companies of cavalry, five companies
of infantry, the city tire department aud
five hundred veterans of the lato war. A
salute of one hundred guns was tired
while the procession marched through the
city. Tho line of march was brilliantly
illuminated an.d decorated, and the streets
crowded. It is estimated that uearly 30,
000 people were on tho streets. Tho gen
eral excused himself from making a speech
on account ot hoarseness. To-morrow he
will visit the mines, attend tho theatre in
tho evening, and a ball and jeeeption alter
the theatre The party will remain until
Monday. The city expends $20,000, mostly
raised by private subscription, for the en
tertainment. THE DETROIT BANK ROBHKRY.
Detroit, Mich., July 23.-Gilford, book
keeper at Fisher, Preston & Cos., bank
where the roLbety was committed yester
day uftcrnoon, has since very materjnlly
changed his statement, lie now says that
he went out of the bank to tho curbs-tone
to speak to persons in a buggy by whom ho
had been called. The bank was thus left
alone and afforded a clear Held for tho op
erator, who slipped in and stole tho money
and tied. Gilford felt that ho had been en
trapped and was ashamed to confess it. Tho
presumption is that tho men in the vehicle
were accomplices of tho thief and tho
whole plan was a well devised scheme of
robbery. The loss has been definitely as
certained as f,120.
A COLORADO EPISODE.
Denver, Col., July 23. Charles Norton
shot Policeman O'Neil at Kokomo this
afternoon. Norton was intoxicated and
raising a disturbance in a saloon. Tho
policeman attempted to arrest him ami was
shot dead. Norton was taken to jail, and
several deputy sheriffs placed on guard.
A crowd soon gathered, overpowered the
guard and lynched the prisoner. He con
fessed having committed other murders,
and said he oticrlit to have been hung long
rLEADED OCILTY.
Sprlnofield, 111., July 23. In tho Unit
ed States district court to-day Win. True
blood, Goorgo Monroo and Noah Scott of
Coles county pleaded guilty of violating
tho revenue law, and were sentenced to tho
Sangamon county jail tor ninety days.
DR. TANNER.
New York, July 23. Dr. Tannor'a con
dition was unchanged to-night. Ho re
ceived many visitors during tho day. Ho
continues water drinking, and in tho tho
aftornoon wont out for a drive. His weight
is 131 pounds, pulso 72, teniporaturo
04 4-3. During 24 hours ho drank a quart"
of water.
A Down Town Merchant. Having
passed several sleepless nights, disturbed
by tho agonies and cries of a suffering
child, and becoming convinced that Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup was just the
article needed, procured a supply for tho
child. On reaching homo and acquainting
his wifo with what he had done, she re
fused to havo it administered to tho child,
as she was strongly in favor of Homoeo
pathy. That night the child passed in suf
fering, and tho parents without sleep. Re
turning homo the day following, tho fath
er fouud tho baby still worse; and while
contemplating another sleepless night, the
mother stepped from tho room to attend to
some domestic duties, and left tho father
with the child. During her absence be ad
ministered a portion of the Soothing Syrup
to the baby, and said nothing. That night
all hands slept well, and the littlo fellow
awake in tho morning bright and happy.
The mother was delighted with the sudden .
and wonderful change, and although at
first offended at tho deception practiced
upon her, his continued to use the Syrup,
and suffering crying babies and restless
nights have disappeared. A single trial of
the Syrup never yet failed to relievo tho
baby, and ovcrcomo the prejudice of tho
mother. Sold by all Druggists. 25 cents
a bottle.
Quinine and Arsenic torm the basis of
many of the Ague remedies in the market,
and are the last resort of physicians and
people who know no better medicine to
employ, fur this distressing complaint. Tho
effects of cither of these drugs are destruc
tive to the system, producing headache, in
testinal disorders, vertigo, dizziness, ring
ing in the cars, and depression of the con
stitutional health. Ayer's Ague Cure is a
vegetable discovery, containing neither qui
nine, arsenic, nor any deleterious ingredi
ent, nud is an infalliblo ami rapid cure for
every form of tevcr and ague. Its effects
are permanent and certain, and no injur'
can result from its use, Besides being n
positive cure for lever and ague in all its
forms, it is also a superior remedy for liver
complaints. It is an excellent tonic and
preventative, as well as cure, of all com
plaints peculiar to malarious, marshy, anil
miasmatic districts. 15y direct action on
the liver and biliary apparatus, it stimulates
the system to a vigorous, healthy condition.
For sale by all dealers. 3
Itchino Piles is one ot the most an
noying diseases in the world, and yet
all can find sure relief by the use of lr.
Swaync's Ointment. It has been tested
in thousands of instances and invaria
bly makes a sure cure. The symptoms
are moisture, like perspiration, intense
itching, increased by scratching, very
t distressing, particularly at night, as if
pin-worms were crawling in and about
the rectum; the private parts are some
time affected. Procure this ointmont.
Render, if you are suffering from this
distressing complaint, tetter, itch, scald
head, ringworm, barber's itch, any
crusty, scaly skin eruptions, use Dr.
Swayne's Ointment and be cured. Sold
by all prominent druggists. S (1)
Nerve Power. Few people suffer so
much nervous exhaustion as editors. Tho
wear and tear of getting out a good paper
tell fearfully, and readers seldom know
how much vittd forco a single item may
have cost tho one who wrote it. ' Editors
havo often been driven to drink in order U
stimulato thoir exhausted faculties, but of
late are using Warner's Safe Nervine in
stead. This valuable preparation acts as u
soothing power, quieting the nerves and
producing sleep with all tho refreshment
that it brings.
Profitable Patients Tho most won
derful and marvelous success iu cases where
persons are sifk or wasting away from a
condition of miserableness, that no ono
knows what ails them, (profitable patients '
tor doctwrsL is obtained by the use of Hop
Bitters. They begin to euro from the first
done and keep it up until perfect health
and strength is restored. Whoever ia af
flicted in this way need not suffer, when
they can get Hop Bitters. Cincinnati Star.
I had Diptheria iu its worst form;
could find no relief until I used Giles' Lin
iment Iodide Ammonia. It has cured me;
I cheerfully give my testimony. F. Van
Do Mart, 911 Broadway, Albany, N. Y.
Giles' Pills cures dyspepsia. Sold by all
druggists. Send for pamphlet, 120 West
Broadway, N. Y. Trial bottles 2.) cents.
l r is remarkable that tho activo ingre
dient! of Follows' Hypophosphitcs are b1
koloids from trees which attain to very
great ages, taken in connection with the
fact that this preparation will increase tho
longevity of tho human family is a some
what singular coincidence.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mich. Will send their colobrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to tho afflicted upon 30 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
moan what they say. Write to them witlv-
out delay.
Customer "Why are 'Malt Bittera'io
popular?" Druggist "Because, as a food
medicine, they enrich the blood, harden tho
muscles, quiet tho nerves, pcrfoct digci
tioa." . .
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