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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 15, 1878.
NEW SERIES-NO. 152
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
1LUSOH CKNTKAL RAIMIOAD.
Kirwa taaip.in. 1:10 p.m.
4 :i JO a.m. II 4riD.ii.
r.-luht ,., 8:10 i.ni Mlla.ui.
Krulilitr 0:30 p.m. :(p.iu.
CAIHO AND VINCKSXKS KAll.l.UAI).
Mull 10:(KI p.m. 4:48 a.m.
Kf. LOC IS, 1. M. AST bOLTIlEUN liAILKOAD.
Htpr- 5:0) a. in. 9:10 p.m.
CAIK.J AND ST. LoCIS KA1LKOAD.
Tlironch Kxprea H:l'.p in. Vi:im.m.
aliirpliyahoro Accommodation l:Ut p.m, !i;lip,m.
fcxcepl Huidsy. tKxcpt .Mouibiy.
( i KNEHAL Iir.MVKKY uueu .:;! a. m.; ctoaua
VI (t::(p in.: Sunday: 8 in (l a. m.
Money Order I) jMiiiuenlopuu at 8 a. m.; cloaca
a! Ik p. in.
Through Zr,ttv Mail via llllnut Central and
1iacihvli;ii Central l.,;!lroad clue at l' P-
'aim and I'oplnr UluiT Tbr:ii(a and Wuy Mall
ri.c al 1-J:30 p. in .
Way Aluil via HMnola Central. Cairo anil Vin
ci sue ami .Mii.xippl Central llaliroada clo at
y:4'i p. in.
Way .Mall fur Narrow Gutigv lUilroad clou at 8
Cairn ami Evanavltlo Itlvcr Kimto clow at 0:30
p. in. daiey fexct-pt Hnday).
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL It. K.
'if 'W . V'V
Shortest and Quicken Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
'PUB only road running two dally train from Cairo
1 making direct connection wiili Eastern Hue.
TUAIK I.KAVJS CAI1UI.
1:10 p. m.: Past etprcaa, arriving lu 81. Loula T:M
p. in.; Chicago o:.'il. m.
1.10 D. in. CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE
FAST LI SB
rrlvini? In Cincinnati atK o. ni.; Loulavillr.
T.til a. m.; ludlanapoll 4:l& a. in. rasaeuuera by
tin. tralu arriva at above, poluu
12 TO 3U HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any other mate.
U.irt. m, Ka.t Mall, with alcepcr atta.-hod.for
1 1 . W sr. .tL S ami CMCAdO. arrlvint! In St.
1mi.at D:UH. in.; Cliirai'o at : . m.. coiiuwl
nt at odlu or Kllluitliam (or Cincinnati, Loutvtlle
FAST TIME EAST,
I ii7? i-alvO l0 the Elt wlihoot any
.i.i, .n.-it l. Stuiilsr Inicrveii nit. I he nalur.
itav afternoon train Imra Cairo arrivca In New York
Monday mornttii at 10:. lDiny-u uour m au
I r Adrtlnieuta of rumpitlii',' llnrt that tliey
ii.ako ti-lt-r limu than tal one arn '.rmva um-r
llinmih liuoianre or a iki-ire lo inllcil the public.
v... thn.n.'h ilrkrla and Information ailir at lill
...i.r.niNl l!ilrvift4 rit'txiL L':iiro. I
TKAI.Nft AKKIVG AT CAIIIO:
Kiprwa :0?, P m
J H. JdllNKON, fU'l Kouthern Au't.
J. II. JO.'. tSrickH Akvut.
AIIIO k ST. LOUIS U.H.
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
rpiIK train. I) thl road mnnei t a! St. 1-""'"
1 tat hu Ui iib all other lln lo tue LAsl ,
Ti...,i!f.h tnrra leiiv.. Cairn 10 : i n,
Throun eipn . arriv.-. at Ka-I St. Loula ;P-'n-
iroa-n eipn . arriv. at Ka-l ft. i.oui i....ip u..
iriilii.homafcoiiiniodaliou l. avr. I nlro MJP-i.
iirphvalMiroacc. arrivi-at Mnrjibyi-boro l-:V.p.ni.
.lonb v.uf.f Iravea Kiml !t. Loula ... H:4.ia.m.
rrivfual Cairo 6 : 1 Ti p Ul .
Murphbro acc. Ifv.-a Morphyaboro.... r.:Ha.ui.
SlurpbVarHiro ace. arrivea at Cairo l'J:.w p ni.
7PAf PlfllVl'THK Cairo and Ht. LonU
lirj.Mj.AllIl' Railroad i tli only ALL
KUL HOl'TE nvtwwn Cairo and St. I.ouia nndi r
oiie manacement : thewfore Iberc are no d.dava at
v.ar "atlona waitlni; conni-ctiona from other U''i.
iff- I'awnk'era liolnil .Norlli. Northeaatand Wuat
al'nildnothuvtli.dr t'.ckelH until they have exam
died our rutf and rnntea.
L. M. JDIINMIN. (icncr.il MactRi-r.
I T. Wlil'l'Lo' K. l'n'U," r Az-'iit.
i. ( wN!SToN Kr,.Kht Au'cnt.
(JAIUO it VINCDNNES It. II.
.1 THK SI!'l!TKfT
SIIOUTKUT TO LOCH-
'I I Jl llil"1 VI I.I
I.I.K. (INC INN ATI, DAI.-
TIMOKK AND WASIltXOTOS.
.) -irTT l'! THE SIIor.TKST TO tN'DIAN;
31 MILLJS VHiLlH.I'IULADELI'llIA.NEW'
VOHK AND UUSTON
six nouns SAVED
liver tniina of all other route making the name
IV- PncnL'er by nlbr route" to moke conncc
tli,!; mual rmo nil iill.t. :illln' fmii. one ' in x
hour al nail country nations for train of ton-
K FACT nnd t:ikentiH: IS
m. train, rciieblui! Kvaua-
lllc, IndlimKpoll. Cinolnniitl nnd ,l'1'.mo
j ... 'iVuina i.ait-L i ii mi urrivu in v.b.iiw " "
ThniHSh liVkVt-und'chc'eka't.) all Important
v' a' 'Mil LEK ItOSWI' LL MII.LEIL
I. II. CIIL Itt:iL rnenuer A'-'tmt.
gT. L, L M. & SOUTHERN.
on t tl"'.1
T U i ill -
Kxpreaa Icavea Cairo dully.
Knproaa arrive ot Cairo dully
IIVK1NO A.ND IIKNOVATINO.
OUU OLD CLOTiriit?
CAN II H llllAUl'irtfM.Y
J)YKD OH JtKlAIIlED
At a TrMlnff flip-MiM C". I.
C1IAS. SHKliT ' c, t I'll ST.
(V Lilies sndtlRiiis'iildlia'osiadunow
ADiV A K' T
L A 1 1
Over othiT Ki'fiimrl rrivlucls of l'l'troU-um
FOR ALL ILLUMINATING PURPOSES.
I'ersom who liuvo noit!i.:r time nor lucliimtnn
various ynulcH of Itetlncd I'l'tiolouui, ui-k why
iC j A I N K !
THE FAMILY SAFEGl! AIM) OIL
la Safer and R?t!er than Other
And is Oie very Highest Grailn of Illu:niuittin Oil from which, in thu process of
J n ...... . , , i . i ti..: l-....
inanulitcture, Kverv Impurity Man liwn i.iiiinintueti. l.ihmiu n rn;u ikhu
Iknzine and Pariilline. In Color. EIuiu in Spring Water White,
and its " Firu Test" i 8o Niijli as to make it a AIno!utely
Snf a) any Illuminunt Known. Ilavinir No Di.s
agruuablu Odor, llaini; is a I'leusaiit Oil
For Family use.
IT DOES NOT 1NCIMJST TIIK WICK!
And thus is Molded iu Frequent Iktrimniinj'.
CAUTION should U: used in the jmnhas? of Elaine, us iu freat and powinj,'
ixijiularity lias indueeit the introduction f imitations.
ASK FOB IT. USE NO OTHER OIL IX YOUR LAMPS !
KOit MALI': 11V
i ' .....
We have decided to make our (Treat Holiday ill-play Immediately, lu order to obyblc Ibo Inconvenience
of aboppiiijt during the week preceding chrirtanirt . So our cutomcr will lind Luiny attraction or
BOOTS and SHOES
Id ever)' department. Our clock la the
Largest and Finest Ever Shown in the City !
No one. if they will ainault their own Interot. will
Immense Stock and
Wc can at leant anve you tweuly live cenl on every
LARGE STOCK AND ELEGANT STYLES
Toaelect from. Note the following I'rlce LiM. and cull and ee llie j.Miil- adverll-.d .
Men' atronL'worklns aline
Men'a atronitklp bool
Men' home iiimle kip boot
Mcu' call hoots
Ven'a culf hand-mndo ImkiI
Men. calf hand-niudo auwed boot. .
.Men'a calf Pom l'cdi'o .
Men' cull' Alexia
Men' culf bund miide
Men'a hand embroidered allnpera...
Ladies' hulid eiubroidered allppera.
Laiilca' morocco auwed shoes
i .!.'.. :i on
a rv'-ia s jn
! vr. 8 M
5 imviii') m
1 Wr- H ()
1 7.-iA A m
a zt'a 8 nt)
1 ftfe 4 ia
1 TV-!' l
BLACK'S CITY SI I OK SrlX) UK,
140 COMMISIIOIAL A.Ar:iNUJi3.
TEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND 11KTAIL.
The largest Variety Stock
IN TtllO CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nliiotennth afreet aud (,
O. O. PATIEH & CO.
A. G K S O F
I uraaanii mi iioiwa. hmtitft
Ut invbdliutir III'.' i!ciili:tr merits ot" the
OiWt It is Ikkhiiho Elaims
i : ac i kxts.
buy one dol'-ir'a worth of Hoot imd Sboe.
Leanict I Our Triers.
dollar, beside j on
I bne the uihiilitiie of our
I.iii'.le-" kid aldo l.lee $ 1 i't
l..iille' kid liuttin I iA
I. nilli-' C kid. hiitlon. ckaii lop :l .VI
Lmllca' Krencb biition, clmli tup :l dc 4 Ml
Mlaaea'tfotKl of like klinl 'V '.W per pair le.
Chtlilreu a moroeeo or Kid aiioea
I'liildn'u'a morocco or kid. ? lo loa..
1 WW. 4 tm
'.' ww, : do
I irmo 1 rie
1 iXKTft t ral
Hov'a kin boot..,
Hoy's calf boot
Yo'ulh'a kl boot
Children' kip boot
Chlldrcu'a calf boot
f J ALL1DAY BROTHERS,
KLOUIi, GRAIN AND HAY
HitlieHt Cish Priec Paid for Wheat.
For the Bulletin.
'Moix tU'ellffi around thy bnrdvr,
On vtiy 1)1 ad ave looking down,
Alonu u lla dreary ifiandvnr,
Hlanda I enatlo liko a frowu.
Wlicnt am tbvy who nnc mndc merry,
'Neath tl) nliado of lla wall?
Tli brave kulhtv, crave and haughty,
A:i thu muldnua whom tluy klrd,
llavulon kIiicu burn tuken capllvo,
I'y t kins niinii can n'alnt;
Who ilirou'la bla allnut city,
In lupunutrahlu mli.t.
Yet wkun the uljibl tur iiuWor
In tlu blue depth ovriheud,
I.ovo'f Koldvn reuaora bi,r Mu
'Twst the IWIuu and tin! deud,
A wefrd, wild Huri! plit
A purl bark Irom th Hhori,
And UijjurK n iiiomriil only,
lloldug the dripping oar.
Ituatliv ad looking upward.
Wbirc caalle aud cliff urliu-,
KwmllKto blend Ihclr dHrknva
Will: the uluiy oftliii akic.
Thort; a Itimh o'er lla danky face slowing
A nd n wild waraitli In lla ryci;
for, look, Ibo eaiitli! In chfainlnn
WilU !irlill!tm:y of llit,
T'u' Tn are noiiKii and muic Aoitln,
Ttrouitli ll.v Hlllncpa of th utht.
Tli -n the ll-ht urowa dim u:ul dlmmtr,
Till lla li-uiity lialh all d iJ
(Song Hid iiiiiii; mln'lr faintly,
Tlii'll 'l'.- hllciit a the d a l.
Tbl weird llirure alonly ( iii-liin
ltd ptMrl bnrk, buif eiiflirlncd,
Inlbo halo of lit tirliihtnec.
And ptrbnp" yon have duviucd,
TUl the elf la Ima'inutlou,
And lla bume la In the mind.
ACCIDENTS, INCIIIIiSTS AND OCCTKHENCKK,
UK TIIK COUNTRY A HOUND AIMltT CAIRO,
JATIIKHKl) KltoM OUB EXCHANtiKH AND
JONIIOHO, UNION COUNTY.
(Kruin Ibc (iazetle.)
Of latB days JoneslKiro is ainlly afflicted
wth traveling nrotesaional uienuicanis
Tiey recount their tales of hutferins and
puvation with looks exjiresMVc oi me
grate.st agonv and woo ami a jieison is
tempted to 1,'ive them something against.
lit, better unlytneiit. uumn eoniny
aMe end willinir to tako care of her own
imipers, and Iihs a good poor house for their
iiteoniinoimtion: but ine ilnenn t vvatu any
imported paupers. Let other conimunilies
tike ciire of tneir own poor, ami w will do
likewiM!. There is a statute provhliiifr
against ruilroads and (dlier transporti.tion
com'.aiii"s eonveyiiiv pnup rs from one
plaee to another.
The O wn" sptaks ot a nine months
pi;:, nren'ly siuii.'jhtered in Anna, that
weighed 'MM pounds net, and 'lsks if any
body can 'bout" it. If the G;i.jtte will
discard the "b" and then throw his conun
drum at us, w e will rot be at a loss to un
hwer. Messrs. C. L." O'rich, of this jdaec, and
Clay MoClure, of Clear Creek, Alexander
cotintv, brought a lare cairlc iu with them
on Friday. It measures eiirht feet from
j tip to tip of win;;, ami is now in the hands
I of Mr. Cyrus Euttk r, who is an adept in
1 the taxidermiu art. This party of hunters
! got some wild geese.
There has been a bad feeling existing
for some time between John Kitnmel ami
I a Mr. MeKiuney, both of whom reside
: east of town. On Monday or Tuesday the
j partirs met, and Kimmel said he wanted
satisfaction, and it is reported, at the sumo
' time drew his revolver and attempted to
! shoot MeKiuney. lie missed, hut Melvin-
; uey didn't, aud rumor says that Kimmel
n-ceived ashot in the breast. Mr. McKin-
ney gave himself up to the officer, claim
.METHOI'OI.IS, MASSAC ( Dt'NTY.
(Krom 'the Tiinea.)
Judge Crawford hnsbeiMi hero during the
most of his time for the last three weeks.
Many of our people during that time have
form' d his aqir.iintanee. Off the bench he
. .. . , . ! I . I 1. . .1
i is oil! ol lie most social, ensuy upppiacneu
' men in the world; on the bench, he is a
j dcarheud.s!. upright judge, with an cx fcu
: tive tbilitv s.idoin found in a good ju.iM.
I He dispatches business, preserves) order, and
) dispenses favors with an ease and sp"cd we
i have lever seen exhibiteii bv other judge,
j lie oiglit to be kept on the bench.
Tw Metropolitans, William Laird tuvl
Robert Barnes, were seiit.'d by a consuming
desire to many a captivating widow of tho
town, lamed Rebecca Bacchus. Barnes ob
tained his license jiiht fifteen minutes ahead
ot Lair.l, nnd when Laird reached tho ap
pointed spot, fortified with ids paper, hu
found Barnes already married. Like the
sensible man he is, Laird propose, now, to
go olf somewhere and gri.'ve in silence until
Barnes dies, arid then he'll many the
Some of our exchanges urn hoisting tho
names of Grunt and Logan for 18H0. We
move to strike out Logan, and insert Jack
A evi so was tried before Esq. Carmiehael,
in which the' defendant a colored man
was charged with assault and battery. Tho
subject of the assault was two little chil
dren, one aged two earn, the younger only
four months; the evidence showed that tho
defendant had beaten the children unmerci
fully, and the court laid a tine of fiO.tlO
mid costs on the fellow. One peculiar cir
cumstance of this case was that his wife
was nearly, if not entirely white, and tho
children was theirs. Although his cruel
treatment to tlio children had caused them
to separate, yet while in court, matters were
so amicably arranged, that she arose in
court and ' kissed him, und they went on
their way rejoicing.
, CAItllONDALK,Jt:KMO.S COL'NTY.
(From tho Obacrver )
Thero are soin i five thousand volumes In
tho Normal University library, selected with
espeeial rofereiieo to their intriiudo valuo.
Wo loam from tho secretary of tho board of
irtlMOCB mill lliu menus iu uiu vuivcibh
will bo allowed to consult this library nnd
in special cases may bo allowed to take out
volumes tor reading.
Our attenuated friend of tho Olwener Is
eminently sound on the iiipreine judgeship
((UPtttjoii, and expresses his opinim thereon
n terms that are emphatic and directly to
the point. lie says;
"Judge Mulkev, of Cairo, is sii'.'g.'sted for
judge of the supreme court, Southern grand
division, thu )laee oerupieil by thu late
Lliluv Justice (Sidney Ilrecs?1. 1 he election
to till this high nnMtioii occurs next June,
and no lawyer in the district can til) the po
sition witli nioro distinguished ability than
Judgo Mulkey. Jl is a ripe scholar, learn
ed in tlie law, and would reluct great credit
upon this part ot thu state.
Mm. Hnriet N. PolT, a widow lady of
Centralia, had tw girls twins about 8
years old, very bright and intelligent and
devoted to each other. Sumo weeks ago
they were taken sicl; both at the same time,
with the Mine disease fever and gradual
ly grew worse together until last Friday
Imlli died within the same hour. They
were buried froinlhvM.E.cjiurcSi, Itev, W.
Movsa rn v, rt laski county.
(IYohi Hie Patriot. )
('apt, It !V h:;s rented his firm and gone
back on tJ ip riv-r auain as e.oiiimaniler of
his old bout, tiie 1'oiar Star.
Postern are out announcing a ball and
ovstcr siinner nt Villa Hidje on tho 27th
Tickets (including supper) are 11 .50 per
couple, inrtteml ol If I, as appeamo the bill.
We understand that ssvcral retl ribbonites
fell last week, but they are all penitent aud
are corning back to the told, as usual.
Who will be the republican candidate
for representative is now the (Uestion.
While Pulaski county hus one representa
tive we do not sec that there can be any ob
jection to her having auother, provided she
can bring out the right kind of a man.
That we can do so we are positive, and we
think the Republicans of the district will
generally indorse us when wc say that in
the person of Daniel Hogan we have as
g.md legislative timber as there is in the
Hemakkm. Fair play would give the po
sition to Henry Carter, a Democrat, but as
fair play is a game tho Republican party
has forgotten how to play, W2 say give it to
Dan. He'll know what to do with it.
VIENNA, JOPNSON COUNTY.
(From tho Journal.)
Died, at the residence of Frank Gillespie,
four miicH east of Viennu, nt 10 o'clock
Tuesday night, from the effects of an apop
lectic stroke, T. G. Finis, jr., and was bur
ied at the Johnson graveyard. Wednesday,
at about 4 o'clock, ly the Odd Fellow's
lodge of this place, of which, in hid lifetime
he was a worthy member. We will give
further particulars of his death and memoir
in our next issue.
The death of Mr. Fanis lius caused a va
cancy in the fifty-first representative district,
which will necessitate u special election.
We have .some very good legislative mater
ial in this district; men who will do tost ind
by in ij'reat political perils; and from this
class of men we will make the selection ol
course, but we may diff iras to who is the
most available or suitable man to r.iake the
race. As for us, we are of the opinion that
JJ. O. Jones, of Metropolis, is the uriti for
the time, the place, and the people.
Wisely said, llogan holds n elllee he
would scarcely surrender, and Pulaski hav
ing a representative inlhc person of Spencer,
Jones oujrht to be thu coming man.
AVA, JACKSON COl'NTY.
(From the Independent.)
Although Ava is one of the best trading
points in this part of the State, we tire S"r
imisly afraid that the btisines capacity is
being considerably over-estimated. Within
the last two months four new business
houses have been added to ouralready bur
dened village, and thero is still talk of
others who contemplate locating here, and
nol withstanding we wish them all success,
and give them a hearty welcome, we can
but sy that there is certainly a great open
ing for some ot them to le: driven to the
wall, and succumb to the fate of some who
have already gone before.
CinCSTKIl, HVIiI'll.i'll COUNTY.
(From the Valley Clarion.)
' The Clarion is rich in well written edito
rials, this week, but the paucity of locals
restricts our clippings to the following:
Tile Randolph county records show for
the months of October und November -10
deaths, ,)8 marriages, and the birth of 50
sons and -10 daughters.
We stated last week that the coopers re
turned to work at the barrel manufactory
at lljj' cents per barrel. Wc should have
said 11 cents. An average workman wo
are informed can put up 20 barrels a day,
which, at tho price paid, makes $3.20
good wages for the times. Mr. White now
controls the whole business.
CAI1MI, WHITE COL'NTY.
(Krom tho Tlmci.)
The Lawreneevillo Rural reports that a
corps of engineers have been inspecting the
old grade between that place and St. Fran
cisville, with the view to laying the track
upon it to connect the C & V. and P. & D.
roads, thus making a through route from
Cairo to Chicago.
Our readers probably remember the
murder of James Campbell a farmer resid
ing in Hamilton county, near Endtlejd. a
year or more ago, and tho escape of tho
murderer, Granville R. Funis, despite tho
reward offered and untiring efforts made to
effect Ids capture. Fnrris, It seems fled to
Arkansas, whore it is said ho was murdered
by a highwayman several weeks since. Tic
brother of Fnrris went out to Arkansas and
brought homo with him a body said to be
that of his brother, yet re"' iay hr"
fused to allow the eotlln Do op .: ' .
satisfy the friends of Campbel' ' i :
body was that of his brother. Tins r :t
has raisod a doubt iu tho m'.udd of -u..
that tho body was not that of his brother,
and they fear that tho whole thing is n
made up olfair to prevent any more attempt
being made to bring Cuinplieirt murderer
to justice. Tho McLean shorn Era has a
long letter purporting to have been written
by the gentleman and lady who took cam
of Furns Hfter he was shot, In which the
wnter says that rams' murderer was hung
by a mob, nnd that Funis died like a Chris-'
It is reported that tho two "beloved and
idolized" editors of tho Mt. t.'urmel papers
have so far "split the blanket" ustoindulgu
in a little tight tho other evening, in whioh
tho Albion Journal fctys Ilavill was coming
out second licst until tho marshal stepped
in ami took tho old man oil.
Oi'icvt is tho most dangerous drug es
pecially when given to children in the
shapu of a soothing remedy, Dr. Hull's
Baby Syrup is warranted not to contain.
opium iu any form and 1 tho most inno
cent and ellicaciotH remedy for children
teething. Price 23 cen.'s a bottle.
Tiie Iiurivhioiis Tramp.
TUB DOIJOM rLAVEP I PON TI!K I'Nstls-
' (From the EuM St. Loula Monthly.) .
Fast St. Louis bits any place wj ever
saw for dead beats and Methodist tram,
livery fellow that comes" to town wiih a
lecture or a show, and every one that
wants employment or that wants to g t
home without paying his railroad fare,
or that wants a square meal without pay
ing for it.' or a night's lodging at the same
price, or that wants monev to help him
on in any way, always mnnuges to find
the Methodist parsonage first of all, and
somehow they are all Methodist, nnd sev
eral ol tiiein Have lieeu traveling preachers,
and some of them have a nico nrrimged
story, so much so that several of them have
beat us out of railroad fare, alter solemn
promise to remit.
A genteel f.-llow camo in one evening
just before the Vandalia train started, and
he had such a correct, story, madu up. He
knew Brother Herduum well, and many
other people at Vandalia, and promised on
the honor of all his family, and they all
Methodists, that the fare should be remitted
the next day. Wo went in and got squeezed,
and when Brother got home among
his Methodist friends thry had such a rr
joieing that he forgot. Shouldn't wonder
if it didn't stake some gambler. Now they
c.oiue to us, both women and men, in thir
way, and sometimes they squeeze out tears
to work upon our sympathies, and tliey or;
all MKTiioiusTs. We are sorry that there
is such a lot of Methodist seullawags in the
country. We need a large income to ut
tenu to all such cases. We are always glad
to S"n our old friends whom we have served
in former years or any of the brethren of
the ministry they are always welcome, but
we do protest against dead bests and eccle
Face to Face with Disease How
often it hiippens-that although we have wit
nessed tho ravages of diseuse in the cuscm f
others, we disregard m warning signals in
our own. It is only when we find him fao
to face with us that we really perceive how
grim he is. Then, perchance, when it is tc
late, medicinal aid is sought. His avant
courier, liU fore-runner, is physical weak
ness. Fortify the system, and you ar,'
armed against him. The finest tonic for
I this mii'iiose is Hostetter's Stomach Litter.
which renders digestion easy und complete,
nourishes the system, improves the appetite,
gives strength, yielding sleep, counteracts
biliousness, and keeps the bowels in first
rate order. Leanness, nnd unnatural wan
ness and sallowness of the face, aro obvi
ated by it, and so genial and beneficent are
its effects, that not only is the body invig
orated and regulated by its use, but des
pondency banished from tho mind.
MARKETS RY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, December 14, 2 v. m.
Wheat dull Winter, Ms 8d&i)s; Sprie.,'
7s ;dej!)s -Id; California average,
lis 2d(i0si (lil; California club, !s (! lc.1
()s lid. Corn new 2:1s :td.
NEW YOUK GRAIN.
New Yoke, December 14, 13:03 P. M. -Wheat
timet No. 2 Chicago, 05va.Ut ;
No. 2 Milwaukee, l)8y ifl 00; Red Winter.
IITlsil tWja 5 Amber, $1 001 (;
No. 2, Red Winter, if I 08(1 m. Corn
iuiet steamer, 4,'.j; No. it, 4.'U,.1
43 '" 2, 47'.,'. Gold, 100.' .
CIIICVOO CHAIN AND PUOUL'CK.
Ciiicaco, December 14, 10 A. m. Corn
January, fll. bid; May. 35'4'. Pork
January, $7 03 asked; February, $H M
asked. Wheat January, ta'8' bid; Febru
ary, 84 ,'i bid.
CiiiCAfio, December 14,12:00 M. Pork
January, $7 837 87J.J; February.
$7 97,'j asked. Corn Januaiy, 'H.'h'A
314'; May, SSJjJSSSy. Wheat January,
W bid; February, 84 ' bid.
Ciiioaoo, December 14, 2 :30 v. M.
Corn - January, 31. '4 bid; February,
3li(aSl?B. Wheat - December' 83JJ
uominal; January, S.'l'iliWo; February,
84S44'. Pork-January, $7 S3; Feb
ruary, $7 02 a' asked.
Coal! Coal F. M. Ward lias on hand
tho best quality of coal for Bale at tho mar
kut price. Very low. Ho will soon havn
s largo stock of wood of all kinds. lie is
a ,. Miowu to every body and wo trust
hi will raoivo bis full share of patronage.
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