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Mayor lli.prv Winter, '
'Irrwinrer-- ii.' " '"
i oiii'dor- 'm. U. (illbert,
.Var.iial C. 1). Arter.
Attorner W. . Mc dec
Oolite -Vlii(lMruU-J. J. Bird.
H'lAUll (IK ALUKIIHI.
Kirxt Wsrdieo. Vnnim. Wm. O'Callahaa.
Kcrond Ward -Wood Iliiitoibomio, N. D. Tblillc-
Third Ward-W. . Wright. Jotin Wo.d.
Fourth Ward -Churie o. I'ailer. Jt. .1. Fulv.
Fifth Ward-'!'. W. Halllclay, Cha. 1 teller.
Circuit Judge O. A. Marker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Hvh.
'utility Jndire H. h. Yotuni.
'imnty l.'lerk-S. J. lliimm.
County Attorney V. (.'. Mulk'-y.
I'tiunty Treacuri-r A. J. Aidm,
Mi'-riri Juliii MimIui'i.
Coroner It. Fit.L'era.c.
County ('uiiimiioiiri T. V. UhflW.ty. M. V
Brown, Samutl llilli y.
VFItli'AN M. E - Fourteenth mrwt. between
Walnut and Cedar tr-t: rcrviren hauhaih 11
a in. and T:'W p. m. ; Sunday f.hnol 1 ::) p. in.
(MlftlSTIAS-ElKutcenth Wt: mt.ng SV
J uiiili ItijO p. in.; jirtacljInK DCi-h.toiialiy. ,
'HtltCII OF T1IK REDEEM El'. -tEplwopa!)
J Fourteenth Mreet; Mnnilnu tiravera (Sahhathl
H'.Wt . in.; evrnini.' prayer. ',M p.m.; Satibath
M'hiHil ii a. m. Rev. ht. J. Diilou-l.ei-. Hi tor.
I 'MUST MISSIONARY HATTIsT CHVW H -I
Hp-whln;; at I:'i a. in., H p. rn.. and :'i p. m.
sahoaUj nbool at T:)0 p. in. K v. T. J. Shore.
Il'THERAN-Tliirtecnth nm': n-rrm s'fib
J Imth 11 a. in auit :V) p. ui.; suaJay .Jiool a.
in. Ktr. Dm-rwLuer. tja.loi.
METIfOlilST-Cnr. Eighth and Walnut trr-i;
Preaching SaMmth 1U:: a. m. and 7 p.m.;
i ruvi-r meeting, Wcdiie.dav ?:'') p. in.: Suiday
srhool, i p. m. Key. A. F. Morrison, parlor.
I IKESBYTKKIAN Eighth ure-t; pparhing on
1 Sahliatb at 11 K) a. m. and ' : ni.; prayer
nnfiiUK WednrHnv at 7::p. in.; hunday School
ut 3 p. hi. He v. H. V. (irorje, palor.
CF.COND FREEWILL BAPTIsT Flft'ei.th
O utrwt. between Walnnt and Cedar ftrwi.; (ir
ti hatihatb at 4 and ?:) p. In.
ST. JoKPil'S-(!toman c,ith'l. i fom-T f'ron
... ami Walnut trfi; n rvlrc. inatb JO ::.
m ; hundar ("ibfiol at i p. ni. ; ')t S p m.; ft-tl'M-a
(Vtry'day at H p. m.
ST. I'ATuic'K H-HR'iman Catboht) Porn-r Ninth
trrwt and W ahinictiin a Ltie; sh-
1 ath i and lu a. m.; Vr.par s p. n. ; Pnndav M-hmil
2 p. m ; arylc every (lay al b p. in. Ktv. t. Zat;t.l,
Arrival autj Departure of Train".
ILLINOIS l E.NTIt.VL IUILKOAD.
f inn-M Snipin. 1:10pm.
Mail 4:'a m. 11 4", p in.
Htriphl h:10a.m 4 -warn.
rrclchi :''pm. 5:iup.ui.
CAIUO A.NO VINCENNtx KAILI.OAIJ.
.Vail 1mp m. 4 ' a m.
rT. LUL IS, I. M AND o'JLTHEKN KAlLKiiAD.
Kiprrta 5-a.m. i:''p.ui.
C AIKU AMD hT. LOl IS KAlUKO.Ui.
Tlro!teh Elprv" n-1'.p m. IU:tam.
Uarpiij.boro ArconiinodalJon J-J..'Sp m. X.JSp.ui.
Kirtpt Sunday. Ei:cpt Monilar.
THE MAILS. '
EN E HAL DEL1VEKY 'peu . : J a tn ; cIom-
"I b::J p in. ; fuuday : tn ! a m.
Viey 'Jnier Depurtnitut open ol 8 a. m.; cio' t
al J p. m
lbrinv.'li Exp Ma!'. sin lilinD'n Central and
MMipp! Central ltiii!nii'l rlne at ! :' p. r.i
lairo and Poplar aiiufl Through a:id Way .Mall
.; at i:Wy. in.
Way Mail m J.lluoi Centra!. a.ro and ln
(, oi oai VI-jic UiiUm i'lLi Joy'., unc it
4'i p. m. '
Way Mail fur Narrow Oatti;'; Huliroad c'.uaea at $
Cairo t.d Evinvl! River Kf-te floe. at f.::in
p III dali.v (except Friday!.
(JAIUO k VINCKNNES . .
r.i "MIT V TIIE SIKiKTEsT Kol'TE TO
Ul JUIiriH i:viinHvill
!7 At 1 1 IV Tnu siiiiiiTEsT T I.oris.
I ( Jl llir.rt VIl.l.V, ISCINNATI, HAL
1 IMuKB AND WAMIlNOTii.v
t VC TIIE SIInHTEsT TO INDIAN"
Ob -Ulliri. AIliLIS I'illl.ADEl.l'HIA NEW
YOKK AND IIOSTUN
SIX HOURS SAVKI)
Ovr truiui" of all other rniitea making; the me.
ty rapnsera by other ro'ite io rwnke runner
Coin mui-t rtile all t.iu'ht. wnitinif from one tn ix
lioiir. nl msd cuuutry ftltnu lor tin.ni- of mu
1? V1 1.' f It ?' T?Tri K F ACT and 'akcmtr 4: t.
Jt li.'lj.UI) ,., Ira!ii. rent bin it Evnti
title, IiuliaunpnlU. Cllii-imiatl mid I.mtUOlie unlne
(tHV. Tralnn leave and arrive lit Cairo a fiillnw:
Mali leaven 4 4". a.m.
Mall arrive w "' m
ThroiiKb ticket and rhrrku to all Important
y! a' mH.LEH I.'OSWEI.L MII.I.KH.
(ieu I I'Hi". A mi. . iienrral Hap't.
L. H. CHI liCU, Inp.enecr Aceut.
DYKING AM) liKXcVATIN'i.
YUlt OLD CLOTHES
I AN UK I1EAI TIIT1.1.Y
DYKI) Oil ItEI'AIKKI.)
At a Trittinx F.jpi HMt-C. 0. D.
- CIIAS. SHKLI.EY, SO. 30 K1GI1TII ST.
lff".an nnd 'lent"' "Id li' iiailo new
JfKW YORK STORK,
WUOLKSALE AND IlKTAIL.
The Largest Yuriety Stock
IN TJIHJ CI TV
GOODS SOLI) VKRY CLOSE
V Cor. Nineteenth atreel and I r1!tn 111
Coiuimrtlal Avu., j IUIIU. iJI.
C. O. PATIElt tte CO.
Over othr Refictil
FOR ALL ILTUMIXATlX(i PURPOSES.
Persons who have neither time nor inclin.itinn t'i iiiveeti.ito tlio pf-onlinr nirit8 of the
various grades of Kefmed Petroleum, ak w hy
li L A
THE FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL
150 s Fahrenheit Fire Test,
h Safir ami Ikt'.er ti.au Otli
And if the Tfry lli'h'st Grade of Illuminating Oil from which, in the Jirocess of
manufacture. Every Impurity Has IJecn Eliiminated. Elaine is Free frum
Iienzise und Parutliue. In Color. Elaine is Siirinj; Water White,
and its " I'ire Test" is So U'vh us to make it as Absolutely
Safe as uny Iiluminant Known. Ilavinfr No l)is
ajrreeuble Odor, Elaine is a Pleasant Oil
For Familv use.
IT DOES NOT IXCKUST TJ1E WICK
And thus i avoided its
CAUTION sji'.;.1,! lir used in the jiureha
'juilarity h;u induced the
ASK FOR IT. USE X) OTHER OIL IX YOUR LAMPS!
KOIi MAi.K I1Y
) Ii liAKKKY,
-OUR HA K KllY:
Kivrlith Street, near Commercial Avenue.
V. RESC1L PitopiuKTiui.
lluvliitf etiirli d a flt-rlaa Hiikerv. mid plueed n
llrt-elnpi rt. Liii tmkir In ( hure, I nui prepured
CAKES OK EVERY tUCliUTIUN.
from Hie pluliie.t to the ninl elnlnirute kind. nlt
iible lor e(lillni;a. liulli. etc.; alo all klndu of
ItiTurl. I'le" mid 1'iiftry. at the very Wen rute.
nrder lil be promptly lllled. A delivery w:u'on
will run dully to all purls id' the city fur the. accom
llli iilat i i ill ol l llftoineia.
A h me of the public' patrotiap l i"olliitcd. and
JfKW MEAT MARKET.
Hlitniif thu IlumiloIIiMid.
NoW. Ohio I,
KOEHLKR 111,04., rroiu'ietois,
A ftill anil rumpliito anpply nf tin, i.r.i f -it
klniU n.eitl nlwuva an bnm ,' OraV. an a .t an.
hour, tiny or ul(!lit. ULr" allld l
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
Pwluttb of Ptroli-uin
1 N E !
- r Oils? It is Lecauw Elaine
- e of Elaine, as its jirritt and irowing
introduction of imitations.
liolosalo j lo ills,
: : ILLINOIS.
dhy (.(tons. inc.
Tlie largest wliolesule and retail Dry
Goods ami Clothing: Hoiwc in this City;
are receiviiiff new tuiods daily ami are
oU'erin? rn-at lianjains in the most hand
some linen of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS ; Silks, Cashmeres, Lou
ret tes, and a preat many other new
styles of Press Goods, Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
to call and see their stock.
CAKl'KNTF.U AM) CON Til . ('TOIL
Carpenter and Contractok,
SHOP ON TENTH HTMJKT,
(betweou Waahlnutou and Walnut.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses by fire
or otherwise made on short notice. ,
VM. work Intrtii'ted to him will rwidvn prmnpl
attention, and will he executed tn a at nlaclory
JIORNING. JANUARY 11,
MARKETS HY TELEGRAPH
LlVEJti'ooi, Jiinuaiy Vi. 2 r. M.
Wlicat firm Vinti-r, 8s O'l&Os; Spriug
Cs 10l(;i,8s 3d; CitlifVtrnia avorajre. 9sas
4.1; Calilornia chili, !)s iMIM il.
2;5s. -new, 2'is n.leS's Oil. C rn !!,
NEV VORK till.VIN.
New York, Juuuury 13, 13 m-WheatQuict-No.
No. 2 Milwatiktt, 1 00 1 0! ; lied Winter,
fl 00(2,1 11; No. 2 Red Winter, fl 10;
No. 2 Amher, (1 W,Ql 06J2'. Corn
Qtiiet-st!anifT, 4 j ; No. ,44?4'; No.2,
UIKK'-.O 6IIAI.N" A.M) l'RODLCE.
C'iik-auo, .Tiinu.tr' 13, 10 a. m Pork
Fulirtiary, 82'- asked; March, $T 1)2 k
T'J.i.Ciirn-Feliruary, aO.'g; March W)
:J0! ; Mmv, J4 . AVIioat February,
M.irrh, W4,'4' .
Ciuc.vtiO, January 13, 12 m. Coin
January. 30 as-kivl: February, 3u,.j akel;
March, bid; May 34?,' bid. I'ork
February, $ 7 2,' asked; March, 7 fl.'i
asked. Wheat February, 83 bid ; March,
THE FORTHCOMING SENATORIAL
From the St. Loula Iteputilicaa.
SnitNOKiEi.i). January 12. Notwith-
MHtidiuir there is au indefinable something
indicating that Iigaus strength is more
noise and bluster than anything else, his
friends aru still coutldent and assert to
night that he has eighty-two votes, Oglesby
twenty and Farwell three. On the othe
hand, Oglesby 't friends claim that three
counts, made to-day, by three different par
ties, show that the dilator1 has more votes
than Lo-.'an. N-ither of the almve counts
arc credited by the U'tter informed, but
there is g.nd ground lor the belief that the
ivppoaitiiai have Logan down, but do net
know w ho is on top ot him. Logan's weak
ness was positively manifested after the
caucus was called last Friday evening.
Then tne "kicking'' began, and an execu
tive reception w as announced for the same
evening, and afterwards postponed, its the
gauzy character of the -means to get out of
an ugly scrape was too transparent. The
caucus will be held as announced, on next
Tuesday evening, with the understanding
that an immediate adjournment will take
place. This promise is made to placate the
opposition and get them into this meeting.
The time fur a future caucus will bring out
a pretty fair test vote. The Logan men
will try for next Thursday evening, while
the opposition will insist on next Friday or
Saturday night, and possibly a later day.
Fort Robinson, Neb., January 12. The
main body of the escaping Indians has
Wen found and immediately surrendered,
with the intention of getting them to sur
render; but the Indians stubbornly declin
ing, the troops retained their position dur
ing the night, and thisatternoon a 12-pound
Napoleon gun, left for the scene of action.
It is now authentically reported that the
number of Indians killed torty. fifteen
wounded, and from forty to fifty recaptur
ed. The following arc the whites killed
and wounded since the difficulty ; Killed
Privates Good and Smith, A company,Third
cavalry; Private Everett, II company, Third
Fifty Cheyenne savages are still at huge,
having escaped from their stronghold aiming
the bluff's last night, where the troops had
corralled them. Their trail was followed
this morning going northwest. The ad
vance guard of troops were fired upon by a
party of savages at to-day, who were cover
ing the retreat of the main body.
Si'FFKiiiMi hoii a Like Time. Persons
afflicted with rheumatism often suffer for a
life time, their tortures being almost with
out remission. The joints and muscles of
such unfortunates are in most cases shix'k
ingly contorted and drawn out of shape.
To afford them even temporary relief, the
ordinary remedies often prove utterly use
less. Hostetter's Stomach Hitters, on the
other hind, is avouched by persons who
have used it, to be a genuine source of re-'
lief. It keeps the blood cool by promoting
a regular habit of body, and removes from
it impurities which, in the opinion of all
rational pathologists, originate this agoniz
ing complaint and its kindred malady, the
gout, llrsides thin the Hitters remedy
disorders'of the stomach, liver and nerves,
prevent aid eradicate intermittent and re
mittent foyers, promote appetite and sleep,
and are highly recommended by physicians
as a desirable medicinal stimulant and
QcicttY.t-Wliy will men smoke common
tobacco wirn they can buy Marburg Bro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at tho same price?
Foa Tne BcixetIn.
'IF YOU WANT A THING WELL 1MVXE
IX) IT YOURSELF."
Correct. Grumbling at one's wife when
she fails to have dinner ready precisely at
tie) usual time, is done much better person
ally than by proxy. AU young perviMo will
agree that it is much more pleasant and a
great deal more satisfactory, to kiss one's
sweetheart iu person than by deputy. If
any one has a secret it will keep iu better
condition longer by absolute personal atten
tion than if entrusted to some one else, for a
secret is the most delicate and explosive
thing in the world, and cannot stand reship
ping. A secret by being passed from the
possessor to another person, has frequently
blown the peace and good will ot a neigh
borhood to atoms; yea! even the peace of
nations and empires. Some good people
even hold that it is the correct thing to do
one's own voting. Just now while I think
of it, I would beg permission 'to ask.
wouldn't it be pre-eminently the correct
thing that when a DersoA wishes to imbibe
in forty-rod poison or kindf'd spirits, to do
so without calling in assistance, and espec
ially during t;n election caucus.
Some things there are that would he much
lrtter done by some one else, for instance:
A man had better not try to play the physi
cian simply because he has the ability to
spell pills and purchase a box of the patent
article. Human life should have a higher
estimate. If any one owes, and is unwilling
to pay, he can meet his creditor by proxy
better than to have a personal interview
with him. A great many people labor
under the haluciuation, that the only way
to make themselves noted, is to boast of
their ability, wealth and influence, without
being possessed of either; probably one of
the reasons for this is, that likely no one
else would "toot their horn." If one wants
to keep posted in regard to passing events,
either tit home or abroad, let him give his
personal attention to the subscription and
to the reading of a good, live newspaper,
say The Cairo Bulletin.
Thebes, January 11, 1S7U.
W. I HALLWAY.
A I'ALAIUI. STEAMER BEARING HI NAME
HAS 11EEN COMPLETED, AND WILL HE AT
OCR WHARF ON TIIE OPENING OF NAVJOA
TION A DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF HER.
From the Louisville Courier-Journal, 11th.
The fine business boat is now completed,
and will leave for New Orleans on the open
ing of navigation.
She has been delayed several weeks be
yond contract time, in consequence of the
large number of boats being built here this
season. But Capt. Gould says it was be
cause he could not get mechanics to work
on bo common u job as long us Tobin, Can
non St Co. wanted them on their palatial
Be that as it may, the Halliday is fine
enough, and is said to be the strongest Itoat
of her inches tvtr built for St. Louis and
New Orleans trade. She stands of course
A 1 with th Underwriters, and will carry
2.000 tons of freight. Her dimensions and
power are as follows, viz : Hull 2!)0 feet
in length, 41 feet beam, 0 feet hold, with
She has forty state-rooms in the main
cabin and twenty-six in t!io texa. Many
of those in the main cabin are unusually
large, and are furnished with bedsteads,
dressing bureaus, curtains and nil the ap
pointments of a nice bed chamber. Those
in the ladies cabin are connected by a door
from one into the adjoining room, for the
accommodation of families.
The finish of the cabin is a novelty, and
entirely original with Captain Gould, so far
as its application to steamboats iseonecrned.
The work, although plain, is chaste, and
the effect very pleasing a d 'parture from
the old style of finishing loug needed, and
will be often copied, it is presumed.
The design seems to have been to com
bine novelty with economy, which is car
ried out in the painting, staiti"d glass, etc.
The furniture is plain, but very substan
tial; carpets, bedding, etc., all that nee. I be
desired on a first-class boat.
The machinery is nil new and of the fol
lowing dimensions: Cylinder 24 inches in
diameter, 10 feet stroke; water-wheel 34
feet iii diameter, 14 foot buckets. Five
s eel boilers, 30 feet long, 42 inches in di
ameter, with an extra boiler for freight
hoisting, pumping, etc.
The following parties have contributed to
the building und furnishing of this fine
1). S. Bannore, hull and cabin ; Ainslie,
Cochran ii Co., engine; Joseph Mitchell,
boilers; M. Zier it Co., sheet iron work; II.
N. Duval ic Co., tin, copper, stoves, plumb
ing, etc.; Dickinson Manufacturing Com
pany, furniture and upholstering: Jaeger &
Co., tiieensware, silverware, chandeliers,
etc.; J. J. Hare, blocks, trucks, etc.; Me
Knight, carpets, curtains, etc.; Escott tit
Sons, looking-glass and ornamental work;
Win. Kaye, bells, gongs and whistles; J. B.
Hill, gildiug and lettering; Woolfolk &
Co., cordage, tarpaulins, etc.; Win. Plum,
stained and stenciled glass; George Peisch
& Bro St. Louis, painting and graining; P.
Mannion, St. Louis, chains, anchors and
blacksmith tools; Tims. Morrison, St. Louis,
full set of colors: A. T. Stewart A Co.,
New York, blankets, table linens, table
cloths, curtains, etc.; Z. Getchell, Cincin
nati, patent composition rooting; Van Dusen
& Co., Cincinnati, metallic life and sound
This very substantial business bout, being
tho first one built for nine yearn for the St.
Louis and New Orleans trade, will doubt
less bo appreciated by the patrons of the
great Auehor Line, and prove a tine card to
the numerous parties engaged iu constrict
ing her. ,
Cunt. Gould.'tlio owner, has given hN un.
Ldivided attention to all the details of build
ing and equipping, ami says that, ol an tun
boats ho has ever built (.thirteen of which
NEW SERIES-NO. J 7.V
have been tmilt nround the falls,) he think '
this one comes nearer tilling the bill ufwlint
is called u "poor man's boat' thau any other.
And still she lias but two items in her out
fit that can be called cvtravagant or unnec
essary a splendid piano and a. full set of
colors. But, as they were presented to the
boat through the generosity of her nanu
sake, he is not responsible.
The name, W. P. Halliday, has been se
lected from among his moht isteenu d
friends one who was long and honorably
connected with steamboat interests on
Western waters., and who still feels a deep
interests in all that relates to the commer
cial marine of the country.
After leaving the river in 1S0O Mr. Halli
day located at Cairo, III., where he still
resides, doing business under the well
knowu firm of Halliday Bros. No houso in
the Soutliw'.bt is so extensively engaged in
various branches of business as this one.
Among others may be mentioned that of
banking, milling, forwarding, commission,
salt, coal and nrodnee nil
' , w "iii,m uiv uir
der the immediate supervision of the elder
!.... f . 1 . tl 1 1 r 1 1 n .
n;iuin i ui uiu iirm, William 1'. lialtidav,
to whoso mature judgment and fine buisi
ness fjualfications the firm is largely in
debted for its popularity and long-continued
smress. His genial and sociul habits
see.irc lihn the oi,nMr.nco ;-anrl friendship
ot all that have the pleasure 01 nisncquaiui
anee., His lilieralty to the destitut is pro
verbial, and no appeal for charity is ever
refused. The great interest he has mani
fested iu educational matters entitle him
to the gratitude ot all classes of society in
the hoiiio of his adoption, ami all speak in
the higlcsl terms of Ids philanthropic efforts
in this direction. His long und pleasant
association with stuaniboatmcn, while In:
was on the river, ho still cherishes ami
refers to with much satisfaction as among
tlie pleasant reminiscences ot Ins lite.
A mi in. wnrtlw nr nminlnr mime ennlil not
- - j -
have been selected, and if the boat is as
success! ul as tier namesake, dipt Uoulils
hopes and expectations will be fully rea
lized. It must be good, for evcryljody recom
mends it, and the doctors prescribe it. We
mean Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Price 2"
Can't Preacu Good. No man cau do a
good job of work, preach a good sermon,
try a law suit well, doctor a patient, or
write a good article when he feels misera-'
ble and dull with sluggish brain and un
steady nerves, and none should make the
attempt in such a condition when it can lie
so easily and cheaply removed by a little
Hop Bitters. See "Truths" and "Proverbs"
You Must Cure that Couch. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the fact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthiua,and
all diseases of Throat und Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses' will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take uud perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can efford to be with
out it. You cau use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true wo will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. ."Octs.
and $1,0') p-r bottle. If your Lungs ar;
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold bv Barclav Brothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, arc you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Yitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to si;tb r
when you can be cured on such terms
these. Price 10 cents, and 73 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Perfume "Hackmctack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Ban l;i v
Consumption Cured. An old physichr .
retired from practice, having hud placed i:i
his hands by an East India missionary th
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, fur
the speedy and permanent cure for con
sumption, orouclittis, catarrn, astnnia, nivt
all throat and lung affections, also a positive
und radical cure for nervous debility and ail
nervous complaints, after having tested its
wonderful curative powers iu thousands of
cases, has felt it his duty to make it known
to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive, and a desire to relieve human suf
fering, I will send, free of charge, to all
who desire it, this recipe, with full direc
tions for preparing and using, in German,
French, or English. Sent by mail by ad
dressing with stamp, naming this paper.
W. V. Sheiar, 14U Powers' Block, Roches
ter, New York.
The couple to be married stixsl on a log
so as to get out of the mud, and a farm
hand held au umbrella over them, for ram
whs falling h' uvily. Tim clergyman sat on
a fence, iiinl read tin: ceremony by the light
of a lantern, for the night was dark. The
friends huddled around, shivering ami
damp. The intention had been to have tic
marriago services performed in the bride's
residence, which is just w ithin the Iov:i
boundary, but the license had been obtain
ed in Missouri, and th" party crossed lh.
line to escape riskof illegality.
I r is no wonder that so many mother 4
praise Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. We heard
one of our best physicians pennounce it to
be the only safe remedy for children.
Coal! Coai.. F. M. Ward has on hand
the best quality of coal for salo at the mar
ket price. Very low. He will soon have
a largo stock of wood of all kinds. Ho is
well known to every body and we tru.-t
he will reieive his full bhare of p-tjtiuage.