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. fcari and wept Utterly. Tho mother wua
overwhelmed with grief, but on!y once did
!) give way to her feeliun, an J that was
when Jauct, at lireakfubt, suid :
, -I dreamed all night of . my rnPa. labt
' , ' night. Oh, my deer, dear parm i I wonder
.' -whore be 5s V . ,
' Tlwfm words went like daggers to the
' wlf heart and she- wiabed to God that she
"'had taken tha Carson trail. She enven
' ' went so far as to consult with her son upon
' the fcu.ibility of returning; but William
''opposed 6uch a course ns adding folly to
folly. , ,
In about a month Mrs, Hathaway and
her children arrived at Sacramento in good
health, and without the loss of an animal.
Bhc sold her entira outfit for several hun
dred dollars: which amount, added to the
thousand odd she had safely tucked away
in the lining of her dress, she invested in
furniture, etc., and at once set up business
as a hotel keeper. Ity dint of industry and
perseverance, coupled with times ia and
about Siicramento, Mrs. Hathaway not only
made lots of money, but really amassed a
fortune. Up to 13 lxrth William and
Janet assisted her in her household duties.
Then she put thoia both to school, where
Janet remained until she graduated with
honor. In 1S57 William, who had clerked,
it with success at Marysville, went to San
Francisco and engaged in the hardware
business for himself, and married a Boston
lady the lollowinR year. Janet, in 1853,
married a rich farmer of Santa Clara county
and has lived to sec children and grand
children crow u: around her. Mrs. Hath
away still lives, residing with her daughter
nt San Jcse.
Andrew m-'t with hard luck from the
start. Tbs third day after his separation
his horse fell down and died, and ho footed
it int.) the mines of Northern California,
taking out his first dust on the Feather
river. Once ho accumulated over 3000,
and built a saw mill, which was in a few
months after destroyed by a storm.
Then he got together a couple
of thousand of dollars nnd commenced
merchandizing in Grass Valley, but a f.re
swept all of his property away. Then he
went down into Southern California, and
from there he drifted into New Mexico. At
the commencement of hostilities between
the North and the South, Hathaway was
driving a stacre coach in Texas. He at
once joined the Confederate army, nnd was
severely wounded t at Pea Ridge while can
nonading a Tegitnent under Ben McCul
lonh. He :Wiis again wounded at Chieka
,maug:i under Longstreet, and was subse
' cjuently taKen prisoner in Virginia and sent
' to Columbus Ohio. In 1800, although
fifty-one years of age, he joined the Four
teenth United States Infantry as a private,
and came to the Fame Coast again m 1MW
For twelve years had Hathaway again
drifted about on the Pacific Coast, never
learning or hearing a word of his family
Wiluam having retired from business and
-rone to Europe a Ions time before until
one day in September, 1S78, when he saw
some mention of his wife's came in a San
J ofcc paper.
The old man lost no time in ascertaining
the whereabouts of his long-lost beloved;
and on the 19th of September, 1S73, just
twenty-eight years from the day he was
"divorced in the desert,'1 his feeble steps
carried him to the house that contained his
wife. He runs the bell, and old Mrs. Hath
awav answered the summons herself.
Mutual recognition was instantaneous, and.
without explanations, the old couple hugged
and kissed and blesssd each other.
Then each rehearsed their histories from
the time they broke camp iu the Humboldt
desert twenty-eight years before. Andrew
told in detail the stories of his unfortunate
carreer, and Mrs. nathaway briefly recited
her success, not forgetting to inform him
how she had never retired at night without
prayiug Gad to return him to her once
"And, now that we are reunited," said
Mrs. Hathaway, with an affected air of
earnestness, "I want to ask you one ques
tion." "What is it. my darling, what is it i"
cried the old man in accents of tenderness
"How did you find the Carson road;"'
"Miserable, Vashti, miserable all sand
Then they embraced each other again,
and were again united, after having been,
twenty-eiuht years before, "Divorced in a
It Doesn't do a bit of good to take a
twelve mile promenade in a fourteen foot
room with the baby, and sing or declaim :
"Hootchie. pootchie, pudden and pie." Use
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup and be done with it.
You Mcst Cube that Cocgh.
Shiluh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lung?, it is abso'
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
litve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can crTord to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. SOcts.
and 1,00 per bottle. If your Lunjrs are
ore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Per
oub" riabter. " SoldTv Barclay Brothers.
Hate you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if to don't fail to use Shi
lob't System Yitalizcr. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on 6uch terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and 73 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Perfume "Hackmetack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
A Card. To all who are suffering from
the mors and indiscretions of.youth, ner
oui weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, Jtc, I will ind a recipe that will cure
you, FREE or CHAK6E. This p-eat remedy
was discovered by a missionary in Suth
America. 6end a self-addressed envelope to
the Ret. Joseph T. Ismax, Station D. New
The ivuxzR dhougtii it the dread of all
rood butter-mukers unlfM thev liuve
found out that by using Wells, RichaidioD
r 4 Co'i Perfect Butter Color, the golden
color ot J one can be kept up. It is rec
, , ommended by dairy experts CTerywbere, u
the belt color known.
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i?FICIAL PAFER OF ALEXANDER COO'TY.
,uly Morning Daily in Sontbern Illinois
Largest Circulation ol any Daily in
K. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.B. Harrell, Editor.
The chinch bugs are said to be making
sad havoc in the wheat fields of Whiteside
county. Folks down this way don't know
how to sympathize with people who have
"wheat folds," ia the middle cf July. We
have been eating biead from the present
season's wheat crop, for twonr three week,
yet our northern neighbors are looking
with disctay upon the inroadschicch bug are
making upon their growing wheat crops!
It's strange; but true, we suppose.
The Iowa piohibitenists, thinking them
selves 30,000 strong, insist upon the nom
ination of a stite ticket. The Sjringfield
Journal claims that these 00,000 voters are
Republicans every man of them. Demo
crats are entirely willing to concede the
Journal's claim. Men who put a ticket in
the field, and then go back on it, as prohi
bitionists do; are not Democrats. Illinois
sets up a, claim to a hundred thousand
prohibitionists. The ballot box, last fall,
showed the presence of about 2.000 cr 3.000.
It is entirely true, Mr. Journal : the men
who make hypocritical pretensions; the
voters who put candidates in the field and
then abandon them, are not Democrats, i
They are Republicans.
It was quite unnecessary for the editor
of the Sparta Plaindealer to inform The
Bulletin that the Carbondale Free Tress
is not the Republican party cf the 18th
Congressional District. The Bulletin
was already aware of that fact, and was End
is aware of another fact, which the Tlain
dealer may feel inclined to deny, viz: that,
although Barton is nut the Republican
party of the 18th District, he is as much tf
that party as any other man' of our acquian
t3nce. He is the one man in the Republi
can harness who will sadly demoralize the
whole team, when he commences kicking.
If the "party" entertain a contempt for his
kicking abilities, let it use the historic
We want t3 see the fi
The fact will not "down," let the bid
ding come from whence it may, that the
David Davis prtsidential boom is a boom
of no mean proportions. It is a boom that
seems to have gathered in that large "bal
ance of power" that oscillates between the
two great parties, without touching either.
It is also a "boom" upon which Democrats
look with no disfavor the rank and file
feeiing much inclined to "go in and whoop
it up livelr- Uut what wjllcome ot it, no
lellah can find out." It has not won the
sanction of the president-makers, and may
go down under the Tilden 'boom," that is,
as ,we know, most energetic, if not all
powerful. As the mythical Stephen Black
pool was made to say, "it's aw' a muddle;
aw' a muddle, so it is." To know the end
we must wait for it.
It is argued by the advocates of "bloated
capital"' that the disposition among work
ingroen to resort to "strikes as a meats
for settling deferences between "capital and
labor," is a thing that is entirely of foreign
growth; that it came to the United States
ftora the workshops of Birmingham, Man
Chester atd other foreign industrial cen.
ttrs, and is kept alive here, by the class of
men that imported it. It is further argued
that it was and is the disposition of An.fr
icaa mechanics and workingmen, to leave
employment that proves unremunerative,
ttod seek for Utter pay elsewhere. But, of
coutss, the men who argue in this way, are
know-nothings, who dcseive to be "spot
THE ' DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
..d"os enemies cf the workiugmtn.' They
are striving to git up a "class feeling," and,
of course, they are incited to tho effort by
Afteii twenty years of Radical rule, the
State of Maine has taken an inward look
upon herself, and finds a deficit in her
treasury of $110,000. The history of the
Republican party for tho past fourteen
years, seems to be little else than a record
thefts, embezzlements, delinquencies nnd
raids upon the federal end 6tate treasuries.
As a fountam can not purify itself all hopes
that the Republican party will purge itself
of its scoundrels, are as baseless as the
fabric of a dream. An ousting of the party
from all places of honor and trust, is the
only known effective plan for purifying the
state and federal service.
The St. Louis Times-Journal says that
the St. Louis Republican has a hankering
after Bob Wilson for Governor of Missouri:
but villi not declure for anybody until
after the nomination has been made. ' The
people have cot failed to notice, however,
that the- Republican, whether fast or slow,
mercenary or prodigal, is always on the
winning side. When the Republican says
that Bob Wilson will be the next Governor
of Missouri, the people will very naturally
expect to see a fulfilment of the promise;
and all the derision which le.-ser newspaper
lights can give off, will not impair ' public
confidence in the Republican's influence
and honesty, to rhe extent cf a shade ot a
Te.n thousand people congregated in the
village of Sparta to celebrate the 4th of
July. Atout 1 o'clock and before tho in
teresting cbscrvacccs of the day had been
commence!, the rain cume cn, and from
thence forvard until dark, it rained un
ceasingly. The people were sorely disap
pointed, as they were premised a big time
of it. The worst disappointed man cn the
ground, hovever, was the orator. Three
several times he essayed the deliver)' of his
"desultory renarks" (as Dr. Casey would
say) and thret several times the down
pouring rain :omrelled him to quit, and
hurry to shtltir. Poor man ! We wouldn't
carry that ucilelivered speech around in
our sensorium, this hot weather, for the
best farm in Rudolph county.
If yoc are troibled with Dyspepsia, pain
in the region of he Heart, Liver or Kid
neys, or any other painful symptoms, do not
wa'it to confirm tie disease, but break it up
at once by using. Dr. Bud's Baltimore Pills.
You will thank us for the advice.'
Covghi.no in Cnvscii 2so place in the
world equals London for the constant bark
ing kept up in the churches. It is like a
perpetual fjsikde of small anus. Why
don't they tnke Kail's Balsam and fret rid
of their couidis? It is the mcst wonderful
remedv, and the proprietors warrant it in
every instance. Let all coughers give it a
The tonic erf.ct of Kidney-Wort is pro
duced by its clcansine and purifying ac
tion on the b:ood, herexhere is a grave.-
ly deposit in theainne, or milky, ropy urine
from disordered Kidneys, it cures without
fail. Constipation and" Piles readiiy yield
to its cathartic jnd healing power.
A Seaiich tyvKKANT allows an officer to
go through yjur Souse from cellar to gar
ret, and Licisey's Blood Seurchtr is war
ranted to p through your system from top
to tots and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
&c, we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound tnd Powerful Tetic.
'or sale by all Druggists. See that ur
name is on the bottom of the wrapi.tr.
. E. Sellehs k Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Fa. Barclay Ero's Airents.
Save voub ciiiLTjnEX. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One tcaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Eradbery's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine. Eetj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Vm.
Saner, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. 1'nce 23 cts. It. L. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors', Pittsburgh, Ta. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The trcth is mighty and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver rills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, Lillious-
nes, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 25 cents. R.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Ta. Baiclay Bros., agents.
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:.iiiis fruu the rt ptopie ;c-f the coufry. Vi..t.J
The rcmedlei are sent hy tr.aij. post j a.n. i re
chipt ol price, excep; the !lt, which if te:.t : j it
pres at p:.rrh.;er' ejio-.-Lfe.
(. nr. i.'.atiot. 'rie. a:.fl so'.li'.ttd at t:r cr
by caii, gw.n f:i. dscr.ptioti of yc .r c4H
DESCRIITIVE PRICE LI?T.
r.Ei.L'LAR PAD-: .: Ircipunt !... '.-
('.ate (.. h..; and Fever i'c
SPECIAL PAD-f-1 : Ct.r-.tlc Li-.er u;
Ri-n bi.or :cr Al.il Mu'-.r
SPLEEN BELT-Ei.ur.-e-l p
Liver v.. '. I ti; Ctke
ISFANT PAD-fl 50 : Pre .et::iv a: J
Lo.ira ;..:as.f..ra r.d .:.;n.;r
A.xiliarle U: N-r.c-.s
BCDVPLASTEP.S-Vc :.-!-.:. .e :::-
'. thrown. v. cV
FOOT ' fi'.t ruc'iot t-J r-c-'.T-,
:i.g J V.L
A .x..r f.r cliir. x
AESORITION SALT -! ,!.,,:-... :., .. ,,t
box -Ac: i.."X. . ! if. J extrcn.:t.cs. etc
Fnr frtrhi r inf-rr:...! :. to ;.ea u:-l A by
he i'a 1 -Ld its A.;i:..:;e. cot3.t car ; --. :.
JIOLMAX LIVER PAD CO.,
Rootr.s .' aaJ i. sir.gr Z-iW.a, St. Lor..s. Mo.
T. G. SCHUH,
Sole A.-.-!.t f. r . ! of :Ltf COLMAN LIVER
UXPAIULLELLED OFr I'.R.
A YllEE TEST TRIAL
OK ONE Or'
HEALTH BEST0MNG PADS
We will send one of ntir HEALTH RESTOR
ING PADS to any Invalid afflicted wi-h "Liver
Complaint. ( Illl.I.S and FEVER. INDIOES
TION, COHTIVENESM. Nervotis Hcaciute,
Dyspepsia, Ncrvo-i IieMilty and Impure Blood,
If they will send n their vmptom and ad
dress and aree to send ns $aihi if It tfic'.s
a enro to their entire satisfaction. o!heiw:e
there will be no charge. V t will do tbi to con
vince the public of the superior Taiue a a ,
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do ail-we say. A tli: efft-r
will necessarily be limited in number, we hope
therefore, au early application will bo made. Ad
dresi, Very Respectfully Yours.
DR. G. W. FORIiES.
IT- Eim street. Cincinnati, Oo!o,
Pbyilciant speak in Terms of Praise In favor of '.ho
HEALTH PAD. '
Ciscixjati, Juno l.'",.
Havlna hud lomecotslderalile acquaintance with
the operation of the Pad. I can toncicurlon.ly
recommend It a an excellent remedy iu all the (lit
case tor which Dr. Forbe counsel it use. 1
DR. J. IIALLOWEI.I,
2T6 Cieoruc Street. Cincinnati.
What Rev. Joseph Emery, the well-kt.on Cliy
CisnvNATi, .Innc SO. If ;n.
ZVsvin a had a lonit acqtuilutance with Dr. Forbes,
I am tatistled that whatever he recommends he doci
io touclencioatly, ana will prove all they promise,
m REV! .JOfEl'Jl E.MEIiy.
Extract! frdm a few of the Many Letter fituiltiitljr '
received at the Office.
Oueay:"I feel that your Pa-is bave saved my
life " Another ys:-"y0ur Pad bJwtreaeheii
my cao. It ba entirely removed my costlveuesg
and consequent Sick Headache." Another writes:
Your Pad attended ttrictlv to builneat, and In
forty-eight hour I felt as well a over." Another: J
"Your Pad ha ca red me of BillloiiauM j)d tor- IJ
pld Liver. I am better than I hav been In twctitr
jrer Btill another says: I fav 1ired all th '
horror growing out of a torpid Liver tf Dyspepsia.., '!
After uiliie your pad aJ! theMll' eftwe. ' Owis,
more: "I havit used your Pad w perfeetly mti. I
lactorr reilll.l. aurl ehni-rflill r ..menil lliiin '.ui I '
til. " : " i