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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
) , VOLUME X.
Arrival unel Departure of Trains.
ILLINOIS CENTHAI. lUlbliOAI).
Kir-re KKip.ui. 1:10 p.m.
Mull 4:ima.m. 11 4.ip.m.
Im-IkIm rt:U) a. m 4:li.m.
Kreiirhtt t::vip.m. VMipm.
CAJitO AM) VINlEN.NfcS UAILI.OAD.
Mill (l:liip,in. 4 :4ft a in.
ST. Lolls. I. M.AM tOl'TllEI(S ItAlLllOAD.
i .ipre. ,V0ii a . in . S:'i).m.
CAIkO AM) ST, LOl'IS HAILKOAI).
l Hfutich Kipri-K VI p.m. ltCKia.m.
Hiiriiliyslporu Aixoinmoihitloii .U':jo p.m. ti:jp.in.
Kin-pl Mii.il.-iy, Exipt Monday.
' KNEHAL HKI.IVKIir open t. in.; floe
V' p.m. : siindav: a to 8 a. m.
il'iiicy Orili-r Iieparlment open it I 8 s. m.J cluae
- I p. in.
Tliriiiivh Erpn-M Mall via Illinoii Ontrul anil
Miwlmlppi ( .-tiiral lUllroail rlui-e ut 1S:W p. ni.
Cairn mil I'opiar Wiitf Tbrnr.jjh ami Way Mall
i'i.c al l-.':l p. in
Wav Mail via Ulinnia Cenr-ul. Calm and Vln-i-nii-
uml Mu.aiii Outre) JwOrnailackiMi u
'. p. in.
V 'ay Mail for Narrow (ian-i- lUllrond i:!oc at ?
Cairo and Evari.vllle lilvef IIihim done al dan
1 .. dab) n-xi i-pi Friday;.
jLLINOlS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
'IVI R only road run nln? two dally trains from Cairo
1 makiiij ; direct rnnnnttlon itli Em-tern line.
THAIS LIavi ( -aiiin.
1 10 p. m : FaM expre. arming In St. Loni 7:V
p in.: Chicago tl:.10i. in.
I. Id It. in. CINCINNATI A LOUISVILLE
rrl in in Clurinnatl at7:on a ni ; Louii-viU.
'.) a. m ; lndiaiiapoli -4:1' a.m. JWenC'T by
train arrive al above point
12 TO :,' IK H HS IN ADVANCE
Of any other rente.
H. I p in Kt Mall. lth leeper atia.hed. for
t- si". L01IS and CHIC At.O. arrivini: iu si.
l.oun al 1. :VJo. in : Chlrairo al :' p. in., (uiim-rt-nil
al Odin or Krtliijuain for Cincinnati. Loiiin.ili
FAST TIME EAST.
1 l.,Yfll.''T2bv 'In t-'n tlinmsh
I VVi,OJ.i.tII..IkOIO ,1C K,t miliout any
i.flay rauavil by Snndar Intervening. Tin- satur
ilav afternoon train Irorn Cairo nrrlve in New York
loudav morning at 1n:. Ttainy-aix hour Id ad
vama of anv oiler ronte,
fy- Adverti-ene-nt of rompetlnir line, that they
:ikf better time llian thl one are Iu-d -ith r
llimujli i'noraiir nr a di-ir- to mii-lead Ihi- pulilli .
Por through ikketa and icfurmation apply at liii
l.oit Crlitral Itallroad di pot. l:ro.
TKA1.NS A Kill VK AT IAIRO:
Ktir- J4 p.m.
Mai! 4 ti a m.
J A. JOllNXiN. i'-n'l So!it!n-rn Ay't.
.1. ll.JOSKS.Tiokel Ani-ut.
( ur6T stTlouls r. r.
-Til K -
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
'PMK traina hy thi road conii'-ct at St. l.oiii and
1 Kn-t st. I.011U with a.l ulht-r luii to ttic t.ni.
Tlirou-'h xpra l-fivi- Cairo I'1:'" !
'I'liMiiau 'ipn- arrive tit Kat S:. I.oul" l-:l.')p m.
' Miirphvahorn a' Coininodatlon eav-a ( air-i 1 I'M' .in.
MurptiVlMir) arc. arriu- at Murtdiyahoro n:Vip.m.
'I hroii-.-li (-v.pre.ii .-v.- Ka.t St. I.oul... ' a.m.
'I'liMTi.-h expn-.-arrive at Cairo :l.".p ni.
Murphvlioro an-. leae Mnrplni-horo !: a.m.
Mniph; -lioro ttec. arrive at Cairo UV.op.m.
VV1VllVl,rm' ,,,lro s'"' s'-
lir,M I.AlnLU itrtiiro.d the only ALL
HAIL KOITE between I niro and St. l.otii under
tine niiiiiu"-tiient: then fore there are oo del iv at
wav t:ttliin o.ultiii2 i-minertioii' from ot hei line.
t ff I'n eti-'er iroini; tih. ' on heart una w en
ho,ild not buy their ticket- uutil they have exam
ined our rule and route.
I, m .lulIN'soN. Ceneral M.iunyer.
1. T. WlilTI.t" K, I'n.eiii;r Aeent.
.INti. K. WINSTON. Freight Atretit.
' CJAIUO t'7viCENn-:S It. R.
mrrrn at ti"'
l- T T re THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
17 "f II THE SIloltTKST T Lf'f lS.
l 31 1 liFiO VI I.I. E, CINCINNATI, UAL
TIMOHE ANIi WAsllt.N'liTON.
II Al I I I.V THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
I .Mllilin At'Ol.IS.l'iilLAULLl'HIA.NEW
YORK AND HUSTON
SIX HOURS SAVKD
Over train of .ill other route milking the 'amc
I'n i le.'er hv other route to mnkc ronti"f
tioii iiiin-t ride nil' nldit. v.iiitiiiie fiom one to six
" hour at -mail country station for train of con
1? V Vf Vf HFPTHE FACT uml take our 4: IS
JVlj.lIUIJljlta rruiti. reiiehiti Kvana
ille, Imlianiipoll. Cincinnati and l.ouisvillu airnie
lav. Train leave and arrive al Cairo n follow:
I Mail leuve 4:a.m.
I Jtall arrive Hl:l.ip.m
Through ticket Hiitl clierk to all Important
K a"' MILLER. KOSWELI. MILLER,
(ieli'l I'll". A-enl. (ienerill Sup't.
I.. II. Cia RCll. rinaeticer Aitetit.
gT. L., I. M. it SOUTHERN.
Kxpreaa leuve Calfotlnlly S:0flp.m.
Kxpreaa arrive ut Cairo dully 6:(Um.
DYKIXO AND KKS0VAT1XO.
youu OLD CLOTHES
can hb Biirirui.tr
DYED OR ItEPAIItED
At a Trilling Eipon-C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 80 EIU1ITH ST.
tapLltllea nudUtrntt' oldhi'ctatdetww
J) VANTAGES OF
Ovtr other TUfncd
FPU ALL ILLUMIXATlN(i IHMiPOSES.
I'ct-ms !io hr.vf; rx.-itiivr time nor inclination t' invcatiu'itc tin.' pcculiur merits of tlie
various jrrades of IMined iVtrolemn, iisk why
E L A
THE FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL.
150 Fahrenheit Fin- Text,
If Sufir aad Bi-tu r tl.un (:h
And in the very Highest (irade of Illuminating: Oil from which, in the process of
inannfat tt;re, Even- Impurity Has Been El'iminated. Elaine in Free fmm
li- nzir.e an-1 l'aratline. In Color. Elaine is Spring Water Whiff,
ar.d it " Fin- Tesi" in o Hii;li as to timki' it us Absolutely
Safe as any Illuminant Known. Having No Dis
agreeable odor. Elaine is a I'lt-asmt oil
For Fair.ilv !!.
IT DOKS NOT INCI?i:sT TIIK AY I OK !
And thus is avoid'-d its
('ACTION w.ip'.i'.d uncd in the purchase of Elaine, us its peat and .'rowing
popularity lias induced the introduction of imitations.
ASK FOll IT. USE NO OTHER OIL IN YOUR LAMPS!
FOl! s'ALK IIV
Kiii'lith Street. tieiirCoiiniicrciii! Avoiiuc.
V. UKSCH. Fitoi'iiiKToK.
llavlns Marled a flrM clns Bakery, atul placed a
flrt-elu St. Limi baker iu ihuree, 1 ma prepared
CAKES OK EVERY PES( 111 l'TION.
from this (.lnltifnt to trie moat elaborate kind. nlt
able (or vieddiin.'. halls, etc.; alno nil kind of
llread. Plea and I'ltatrv, at the very lwwet, riilen.
tinier villi -be protnpl'lv lilled. A dellverv waunti
will run daily to ) part' of the city for the aceoin
ntoihiiiiin ol i in-toiner.
A shin e of the publie' pntroiiane I aollclteil, nnd
M EAT MARKET.
Wtfnofthf Buffalo H'rl,
K0E1ILER BROS., Proprietors,
JOE ABELL, Agent.
A (toll tnd romplflt annplr of the beat of all
kind meat alwut on band. OtUvr tiled at an
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY
rrmhi' - l .f I' tfili ma
I "N E !
- r Oil-? It in le;atisi- Elaine
BH()rlM I IvHS,
k 1 (sa 1 o u'c nts,
: : ILLINOIS.
UltY (iOOHS. ETC.
The lurg-est wholesale and retail Dry
Goods anil Clotliine; House in tin's City;
ure reeeiviiiff new Goods daily ami are
(florin? jrreat harv;iiis in thcinost hand
sonic lilies f CAKI'ETS, OIL CLOTHS
ami MATTIXGS ; Silks, Cashmeres, Lou
ret ton, anil a great many other new
styles of Dress Goods. Fans, Ktc.; in
fact in every department of their busi
ness, tlioy cordially invito tin public
to call ami see their stork.
CARPENTER A'I CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
CaHFKNTEU AM) CoNTKACTOlt,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Walilii(tou tud Walnut.)
Estimates on buildings, on hwses by fire
or other who made on short notice.
ALL worklnlnialod to him will reccltra prompt
attention, and will t xwutod In fat tractory
MOIiXIXfi. .IANTARV 11,
3IARKKTS JiV TELEGRAPH
XI-.'V VdltK OI1A1X.
Xi:w Yiuik, J.-iniiiny 10, !3:l)t v. m.
Wli.'.it Finn, tron ileiiiitinl. oIS-in very
li'lit-Xo. Chieairo. flfif-S'j; No. 3
Milwaukee, !)S(-(1!); lit il Winter. l 0o
(1 11; No. a Kcl Winter, )fl tOJ'tS.
1 lO.i.f; No. 2AmlK-r, t 00(Cl 0(tj'. Corn
Qni"t-steiiiiir;r, No. I!, 4 .,'; No. a,
Hit KM) (iltAIN A.MJ I'HODI (K.
Chicago, .I.iniury 10, 10 a. m. itoci!!its
9D.:I51, 0.-1,078, 31,443; wiles, 18,014. 41.
Ul, 2-1,1)80: estimated receipts of lio. 4S,
lti(i. IMrk-rVbrimry. V MUl -Murclu
$7 00 tislv.'d- Com I-VIirtiary, ;;0'u' a.-k-ed:
M,ty. IJI' WJieut Feliruary,
82,' lid : Miiicli, si',,.
Ciik ami. .January 10, 2::)0 v. M.-l'ork
old. .laiiiiary. pi :j.l(V,f 4U: new, Jainu ry.
7 ti2'.' did; Ivl.rnary. -f H ) Mar.h.
$7 92j7 !i.l.Wh:it-l-'l.itinry, HVt&
; .lantiaiy. .s2;( s3iB; Mar.-li, -S4sfc.
Corn j!inuary,2n;,'(rf.2U.' ; February ,:J08 ;
Mareh, :;V?-'W,,a'; Mv, MKtiijUi).
('lilt Aim. Jaii'iary 10. 12 M. Corn
Felniary, a-k-d; Mrtreli. oO' jCr.
10: May IMV l.id. Tork Janii.-uy.
?7 !I0 ticked : no sales; Fein-nary. tlOyj
7 ; Mairli. $M 02'j, Wheat -Fel.rna-ry.sl
asked: March. M
FIJOM THE STATE CAPITA I,.
wityr the i.ihsi.atitk m imino.
Si'uinc; !i;i.D. January fl.- The limine of
: H'-pie-ntatives m-t this afternoon at '2:W,
Hon. F. K . Ir.-iner, temporary speaker, pre
n'thnj. The (.'ninmitti'i' on Cr-dcutials f-puiti-d
Uielllbeisentit'.r-d t(i n-atn ns elected. Ap
proved. (.'hief .Ii;nin Crid then app ared. by in
vitation, and mc ire in the members.
The Ifor.s-' tln-ii proceeded to carry out
the priyrar.une of the convention in perma
nently iiry;itii.iiif tilt; House.
Col. in. A. .lames, in taking tite speak
er's chair after the formal election, said :
MemHer- oftli! I lull. e of ltepreelltat i ves :
Iii ensuminu' the duties assii,'iietl ine by
i your favor, I do ,o with no other desire than
; . . ,i t . ii. , i. .
ui tin- o'-st in piy anility to mscliarge them
with due reifard to tii" rights of niembcrs
in accordance with the constitution, in a
manner which may in some degree magnify
. the jrn-atnens and irlory ofotir State, by en
couraging the development of the resources
and in adding to the happiness and pros
perity of our people. In the furtherance
of these otij. cis, so as we may do within
the limited sphere of the powers we are
! vested, I know I shall have ymir hearty
support and co-operation. 1 am aware that
! I tun unequal to the discharge of my duties
, of the position in any way commensurate
with the dignity and importance without
your co-operation and support. With these
remarks, gentlemen, trusting that you will
generally pardon any errors 1 may commit
iu the performance of the duties assigned
I again return you my thanks.
The other officers were then elected as
The Senate met at 2:110. Uev. IJobert
Nourse, of the Congregational Church, led
One of the first things done was the pre
sentation of a petition from citi.ensof Kiion,
introduced by Senator T.illial'erro, asking
that a law be enacted prohibiting the iiiun
iifacturo of intoxicating liquors in Illinois.
Hills were introduced and ordered to a
first reading, n follows:
Senate Hill No. 1 Senator Hush Con
cerning interest, making the rate 7 per cent.
Senate Hill No. 2 Senator Bush An act
to authorize park commissioners to establish
Senaf Hill No. !). A bill for nn act to
build and construct levees for the protection
of overflowed lands and for draining wet
Semite bill No. 4 Senator Fuller An
act to revise the law in relation to interest
and to prevent usurious contracts.
Senate bill N. 5 Senator Archer A
hill to provide for the construction of rock
and gravel roads.
Senate bill No. ii Senator Astley, of
Cook An act ereatinjr. a bureau of statistics
on labor subjects.
Senate bill No. 7 Senator McDowell A
hill for an act to abolish the. State board of
Logan's friends to-day claim that no fur
ther efforts are necessary in his behalf, and
are now restinu; from their labors, confident
of victory, insisting that nothing further is
needed to put "Black Jack" into the United
States Somite; ThU is no doubt bluster,
characteristic of Logan. Ogleshy is Btill
fighting it out on hU origins line, hoping
gainst futo snd the bummers, to come out
all right st hut.
I J AT
i i'v i i nil
l i II A NT A XI) TUB col"' . '. .
Washington. Jaauar j,.,Jaiked
In ni iii connection ' , (if th
! ienp!,. ,,f Cork anif. .., ...rd (Jen.
ira:il, that hi Ireatineiint ot tin- lii-h com.
inillec in ls7'i, may have had sonielhin'
j to do with the cuiirsi! taken hy the Cork
i ofiiciala i;nd populace. Win n mir ccnten-:
nial was in progress. O'Connnr Fowers
mid Mr. Parneil. Irish members of parlia
ment, came to Washington to present
(!en. Grant, an the oflicial head of our yov
eriiinent, with a set of resolutions enng-rut-idalingthe
government of the Fniti-d States
on its one hundredth anniversary. The res
olutions were rotten up as coming from the
Irish nation, and (ten. Grant declined to
receive them unless they came through sir
E Iward Thornton, the representative of
Groat Iiritain iiv ljlis c)untrj'. The resolu
tions were carried v.rW t Irvlnnd, and
sane ut the pap -rs in Ireland, especially
in Curk. made very severe comments on
(it'll. Grant's refusal to lce-ive what was
iutei.ded in all '-Mod faith.
W.siii.MiTns. .Jiiiiu.iry 7. ,
C.mu'iesn m,-..-t.n to-day. Th- t miKM tor
the remainder of the session will be over
the legislative, executive and judicial bill
into which the House committee on appro
priation have incnrporated several refotnis
in the way of emisolidntiou of bureaus, etc,
I suppose the Republicans will li-'ht
those economical propositions as bitterly as
they did those of the last four years. Yet
without these four years reductions we
could not have escaped additional taxation
and could not have entered on resumption
with so fair a prospi et of success. To in
sure reform and economy, us I have said
before, we need a two-thinls vote of Isith
houses. Senator Vorines has gone to
Louisiana to be present at the s'-natorial
election in w hich he has so deep an interest.
Tiers ought to be and probably is no doubt
uf his election. No party was ever more
j thoroughly pledged to accomplish a given
j than is the Democratic party to elect Voor
j hees. The whole November cninpaiu'ti from
j the first speech of Oovernor Hendricks to
I '-I-.- iani uamu iinoviii on election tiny wax
: fiu-Jit on that question.
I - I'l .. ..!. . .
i .1... I.. . I. !l . .1 .. I . . 1
.-cuaioi i muni, in ycsiciuay wrote to ine j 1 am not desirous, Air. I'.dltor, ot cuter
Ohio Democrats, who will assemble on the j ing into any newspaper controversy witli
sth to celebr tte the battle of New Orleans, j any one, and should not have dune so. but
that he could not b" with them. He had ! for the article that blames the cointnitteu tu
been selected to speak on "Jackson IK-rnoc- j which I have the honor to be a niembi-v.
nicy." No on., ciuld Imvir ihmi.i tin, sub. I tor cuttina; down his bill, while the fact i
,lt.'t more complet" justice. It is to be re
grettcd that the Senator felt compelled to
decline, especial'y as the declination must i ticer of the city, nnd during my retidence of
probably be taken as showing that ln will fourteen years here, will, 1 have no doubt,
persistently refuse to be thy Democratic can- I compare favorably with the Doctor's. If
didate for governor of Ohio. he has done more than I have done, he will
The dicinion mad; on Monday by the I he rewarded for it, and have a con.-ciiTn-i-snpreme
court, in a polygamy case from j void of offence, in that particular, at nl
I'tah. is a blast to the surviving "twin relic,
of barbarism" of which we heard so much
twenty years ago. It is to the effect that
the laws of the United States, forbidding
polygamy in the territories, are constitu
tional. One Reynolds contracted a marri
age in Vtah against the anti-polygamous
laws of the United States made for meh
cases. I'rosecutul therefor, and the deein
s inof the lower court being against him, lie
. i-'i iin:,.iL mi on: nii.ii '.till l oil! I oil III-
. . . .. 1
f,...i- I',,, ..... , o, , , ,
j (ii .11. i in: cin-ii oi i in; ui rin.oji iem mil oc
J great and important on the relations su
I tained by hundreds in Utah.
This week the Iricnds uf woman suffrage
! meet here in convention. They come from
j all parts of the country, give us entertain-
illg specdes and lectures, behave thelll
j s.-lves nun It better than the average liiein
I her of political conventions, and go away.
I Next year they w ill come again. To the
unpracticed observer these gatherings seem
to cause a misuse of time ;:nd funds, as
the first action giving the ballot to women
must of necessity eouie from state or terri
torial government. If the ladies would
meet at some state capital, year after year,
they would be more likely to accomplish
In the week since resumption, nothing
has occurred to alarm the most timid of the 1
friends of hard money. To be sure we can-j
not consider anything settled in this regard
for a time perhaps for a long time but
certainly every indication so far has been of
the mont gratifying character.
ALDERMAN WOOD TO III!. MAHEAX.
Kdllor Cairo Itiillellu.
Deau Siu : in answer to the card of Dr
Mrrcnn, I beg leave to state in reply, that
as much of his article as refers to my state
nient in the Council about physicians ren
dering services to tha ioor of tho city five
of charge, but it had remained for the epi
demic of last year to suggest that the city
should pay for said services is correct. And
I can prove my assertion to 1u trtfj from
the records of the city. It matters not to
mc whether the Doctor was hired hy any
one or not. The fact remains the samo
that no appropriation is in tlpi City Treas
ury to liquidate any such claims, and the
fact that none was made, Is proof that my
assertion Is true. I further stated that the
claims were not a legal claim against the
city, ns no appropriation wni ever made to
cover them. The Doctor tate that bis
NEW SERIES-NO. 17.,
lilK after paiivu' tliroiili ihe , han 1-t of
' ""! r mallei! Cuminittee, Wert Ctlt ilown to
j ""' I''1'''"1 Mm "f twenty tive dollars. I
I HSH('rt '"'lf' ""'t the elaiiii never passed
' through die liantJ ot that committee.
Neiihcr were they ever ivdneed !y the said
1 """"iltee. or yet the (.'onimittee on Claim.,
j nn'' ""'' w'1'1-' redueed ut all it whs ly
l'll ''ai'd of Health, and not liy anv in-
stnineiitalit;,- of mino or any ineuilierof the
Couiinitti-es on 'Finance or Claims. 1 know
iirtthinjf of the l.oai the city that it was
fully able to tak i care of its poor. C-rtainly
the Council made no such boast. The city
collects no pauper tax. the county liein" .y
law the proper parties to take charge of tin
poor in th city undtv.tinty, they contractile
with a physician and pavinj,' yearly hy con
tract for such service. In renrd to th"
matter of Mrs. Stoncr, 1 answer, that the
I).H.tir had cliartt of the cine before she
wits removed to the hospital, 'mid the mere
removal of the case to the hospital is not,
in my judgment, sufficient in binding the
city in pay iny; any of the debts confrar tetl
during her sickm-v. lie yocs out of Jus
way and reminds those of tin aidermcii
! that voted against his bill, that he remained
in u, vty ,lrn;, (,(; s,;0r;,(,, w,iie tiu y
r-iu-.ved themselves to n respei-tftil distanc-
from it. 1 do not deny that I first removed
my family from the city and finally myself,
and cannot see how that harmed the Docti r
in any way. I did not ask the city forai.y
assistance in leaving :1m city, nor h;;ve I
asked anything for my services .since I re
turned. I did leave the city the day ni'ti r
John McEwen, Jr., was taken m'ck, ami tin
Doctor could have left also, if he hud no
desired. While 1 was absent, however.
I never was absent long enough to mins any
meeting of the City Council, regular or
special, being present to answer to my name
at roll call, and I doubt very much if the
Doctor had been in my place he would
have remained in the city as long as 1 did.
When he throws out insinuations about
parties leaving for a secure place, he lifts o
stone to strike more than two-thirds of tin
population of the city. If they had r. -niained
however, he might have had otln r
bills to collect for attending to them and
probably the Doctor lost some business !-v
. .1 .1 . , i.i . . . - .
mcir exit, unit lie pronaoiy wounl Have nan
j if they had all remained.
. .1 ..f. ..
they had nothing to do with it. In conclu
sion, my acts to the poor of Cairo as nn i;f-
events. Very respectfully, etc.
OUIl TENUKKOF LIFE
Depends in great measure, upon our regar-t
for or neglect of the laws of health. If w
violate them we cannot expect to "make
old bones," Hut that the span ot existence
allotted to a naturally delicate constitution,
or one which has been shaken by disc::- .
may be materially lengthened, is a fact of
I I - l I i - i n-r -e
i which we have daily prool. Ine vivifying
1 and restorative influence of Hosteller's
, Stomach Bitturs upon a failing physique
I affords a striking illustration of the pow r
i of judicious medication to strengthen tie
I hold on life. Restored digestion, romph to
assimilation, renewed appetitite,. sound i -
pose, these are among the benefits conferred
, upon the debilitated by that supreme roiio.
vant. With u circulation enriched, ,-i
i frame invigorated, and a nervous system
tranqiiili.ed, the invalid, after a course i t"
the Hitters, tccls that his life-tenure is no
longer the precarious thing that it win
that he may yet enjoy a "green old age."
Fi.ouida, A throng o sufferers, with
coughs and colds, annually go south to en
joy the ethereal mildness of the land of
(lower. 'I'o them we would say the lieecs-'
sity of that expensive trip is obviated by
Compound Honey of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes (he coughs and colds incident to
this rigorous clinic. For public speakers it
surpasses the Dejuostherie regimen of "peb
bles and sea shore;" clearing the throat un
til the voice rings with the silvery cadence
of a bell. Use Compound Honey of Tar,
I'rice .V) cents a Utt!e. li.uici.w Hitun.,
When used for Rheumatism. SoivThror,;,
Lame Hack, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises.
Cuts, Contracted Muscles. Stiff Joints, Corim
and Hums, on human beings; and Spavin,
Ringbone, (Jails, Cuts, Scratches, etc., on
animals, Cmissens' Lightning I.inlmeiit is
unequalled, and its effect simply electrical.
As its name suggests, it is quick to relievo,
ami thousands hearvitness to its astound
ing virtues. Baiiclay Bitos., Agents,
Coal! Coal. F. M. Ward has on hand
the Lest qu tlity of coal for sale at the mar
ket price. Very low. Ho will soon buvo
a largo stock of wood of all kinds. He U
well knowu to every Usly nnd wu tvot
he 'will receive, his full share of pa-,