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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,, THURSDAY MOANING, NOVEMBER 27, 1870.
NEW SERIES NO. 133.
or the leading business bouses, wuosa advertise
ments may bo fuuud In Tu Bui.Msm ,
C. 0. Pallor Co., Commercial avcuue ud Nine
teenth street, a
thas. K, btert,T-:iibtl street
Crl Peter 4 Br".. Eighth street.
Petti & Uird, Wttshlusjtou avenuo aud Llghtu
Dr. J, II. Marcan; office, 140 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. Joeclyn, Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. K. W. Whltlock, 1:J6 Commercial avenue
UoM, Sinyth, No. 80 Ohio levee.
H H. Candw. So. 70-OblO levee (up stairs).
Lijultable Lilu, of New York, corner Twelfth aud
Washington avenue. . , .. ,
Widow aud Orphaus Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
aud Commercial avenue,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Liuejar X Lausdeu, No. DA Commercial avcuno.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERC HANTH.
Hlll(Uv Bros., proprietor Egyptian Mil!",
liiukle, Thlstlewood Moore. Sot. VU ud l.T
DRtfGOLSTS-WllOLKSALE AND RETAIL.
Dinlay Bros . Ohio leveu and corner Eighth and
City National, Obio levee.
.i.Walter. Eighth street. . , .,,.
Uoehlcr Bros.. Corner E:htl aud W jsii.ngton.
Cl.suipion. Three Mates.
.Van Sprost. corner T.velfth aud Leiec.
E. C . I'ord, Corner Ninth and Commercial.
,.(ii o Slclr.house, Eighth street.
TIME JAB LK.
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R K
..mvr TRAIN Ir. PART
Mai!.!'. :',Sa.ro. I Mail S.loa.m
Lttm..s tttUup.ta. ExpWM 5:10 p.m
CAIRO VINCENSES IS. R
u.t lOrfttD.m. I Mall ....St'.Oa.m
CAIRO ST LOUIS I! U.
Kipre. 5:W p.m. I T.mw : m
A'com datiuti U:iU p.m. I Accom'dntiut . l:'p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS ANDNEWOKLEANSIUt
vt.it S:iiu.m. ! Mail 5:wa.m
C. A. AT. RMLROAD
Texs xrr . 'J:Wi.i. I Texas fxpre.2:l."'p.ni
Accoiumodal'u Si) a in. !
i EN ERA L DELIVERS open :m a m.; doae
, VI t:p.m.; huudiy : to a a. m.
Motiey Order Departm:-nt open at 8 a.m.; cli
fhroj 'h Eipre Mail via Tllinoi Central and
Wiwii-ippl Central F(nllri4! cloe at 13:it p. ni.
t a'ro aud Poplar Bluff 'Inrou.u and Way Mail
t!ie at W::p. ui.
Waf Mall via Illluni tVntral f aim and ln
feniu and Mi..wlppl l ntral Railroad i-Iuao at
Way for Narrow Gat's! Rllrad cloea at 8
" cairoaLd Evanville R'v.-rfoiite clone at C:.i0
I . tu. eiiiy (except Pridav).
Mvjr-N B . Thitlewood.
1reidrer Edward D.zouia.
cierW-Dennl. J. Polev.
:oun,:lor-Wm. B. 1,11 bcrt.
Mital J C.l.aUue.
MiAKu or aturimi'. , ,
Firt Ward-Wm. OCallahan. M. J. - .
hcrond Ward-David T. Liniar. C. H. Wood-
Third Ward-W. P. WrlgUt. Egbert Smith.
Vnf -h Ward-Charle O. Patier. Jame kynaton
Pifta Ward-T. W. Ualliday, Ernet B. I'ettit.
Cti ,iit Judiitf-O. A. Harlit-r.
Cl'ilt Clerk-J. A. Reuve.
;ouu!y Judire R. s. ocnm.
County Clerk-S. J. Humm.
CoULty Attorney W. ('. lliilkej .
t'ountv Tiwaauri-r A. J. Aldeu.
Sheriff John Hodire.
Comiiv Commilouer I. W. Halllda. M.
ftrouu. Samuel Briley.
APl'.lCVN M. E.- Fourteenth street, between
Walnut aud Crdar stnl: service Sabbath 11
.ui.aud7::)op. m.; Muiday School i::Wp. m.
(IHRISTIAN-Elghtcenlh street; meetini; Sab
J hath 10::w p. ui.; priiaeliing occasionally.
UfIicH Of THE RKDEEMER-(Kpleopal)
1H::W a. in.: evening
r uui ivcuiu .-.- - .1. , . t.
tthool S a. m.
IrtlRST MlSSUtNAUl liAriisi mti.cu.
'Preaching at 10::' a. m..:l p. m.. and I- m
babbalh school lit ', :J p. m. Rev. I. J.,Shores,
IUTHKRAX-Thlitecnln street; services Sab
J hash I ::!0 a. in. ; Sunday school 'J p. m. Rev.
r KTHODIST Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets;
...i,i,. iti i uih lll") a. m. ana , l. in.
Wctiool, it a. m. Rev. Whlltaker, pastor.
nrover meeting, emieuny p. ui,, onj
1)RESBYTERIAN Eighth Mrcet; preaching on
Sabbath at 11 :H0 a. m.and 7::p. in.; prayer
meeting Wednesday t T:mip. m.; Sunday school
at a p. m. Kev. D. V. Ueorne pastor.
SECOND FREE-WILL 11 PTIST - Flfleei th
atieet, between Walnut and Cedar stivete, aer
vices Sabbath at !i and "::)u ! m-
ST. JOSEPH'8-(Romon Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; aervloe Subbath U)::Kia.
rn. ; H.inday School at ',' p. in.; Veptrs a p. in. ; ser
vices every day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'R-( Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
meet and Washington avenue; aervlees Sab
Hath 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vespers S p. m.; Bnnday Seboul
t p. m.; survtcea every day at b p. in. Rev. 1. Zubel,
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvements
' an old ne ; Tor medical or other compounds, trade
marks and label. Caveats, Assignments, Inter
fereiir.es, Appeal. Stills nr Infringement, and
All cases arising under tho Patent Laws, protnpt-
ll.telliietl lo. 1 1 iHTtmuoui, uinv uniu urvn
'j.l llivl Til' In most canes, be patented by
... ninmnnltn the U. H. Patent Department,
mid engaged lu Patent business exclusively, we can
iHakt eloser aearchea, aud aoeure Patents more
iiVomrtlv, and with broader claims, tliau thosu who
I X!V V Ml1! il? C send lis t model or sketch of
1 IX Y "iil lUllo your device; wo make ex
aminations aud advise as to paten aniniy. irn oi
charge. All correspondence strictly contldentlnl.
V.l:.?. i, .ml nn niinrm, iinlea Patent Is-securud.
W fefer In Wahlnton, to Hon Postmnter
tlensral I). M, Key, Kev. F. D.Power. Tlw Ocrman
Amerlcin National Bank, to officials In tho C. S.
Patent Oltlce, and to Senators and Representatives
InCrngrMt''iPt'lnll),toonrlleuls In ever
tttato tu thrUnlon nud In Canada. Addreu
U. A. OENU W CC KJJ.,
OpuQiitt V Iteot 0ai Wualusioa U. C.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
) PQiVYft VP TRAINS LEAVE AND
m I AOtlMjrAi ARRIVE DAILY.
ST. LOUS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE,
without chaining ear-. Tuo direct route to
And all EASTERN POINTS,
ST- IJA.TJ L
Ami all NORTHERN POINTS.
Train leave and arrive at Cairo t fullotte :
Erpren. daily except Snnd.iy 8:00 p.m.
Mill, djiiy except .Sunday.
JOHN II. JONES.
Paiwiiuer A i.
(ieueral boa Al'I
(JAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. AV. HMrrilKKS.'Jleceiytr,
SHOUTEST SHOUT LISK BVEEX
CAIIIO AND ST. LOVJS.
Through ExpreM leae Cairo,
Throuich Kxprvaa arrive at E. St Louie.. rj:Wn.m
Throuifh Expre leavea K. Nt. Louis.... !:l.m
Through Expfe arrive jtCpWo 5:1( p.tn
Jtorphyboroaecommodatiwleave" Cairo 1 :00 p m
Mu'phyl)oro Atcanive'iaiMurphyslwro ;: Jip.m
Muruh'va'Kiro Ace. leave Murnhyboro. .. &:0a.iu
Muruhyaboro Aec. arrive at Cairo 11 rja.m
TheCalro St, Ijuia Rail Road Ik the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore th"re are no delay a
wav matiou awaiting connections from other line
Cloeand ure connection at M.Louis withotae
liuea fur North, tat aud et.
J. A. NAVOI.E. L. M. JOHNSON.
Ajetit. Oeaeml Manaier
M RO VhVCENNES R. R
i1 Mil Vii THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
Ul JUIjCiO KvunsvUlt.
17 M TF Ttt THE SHORTEST TO LOl'IS
l JlUir.n VI1.LE. CINCINNATI. DAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
01 VTTVCTUE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
0 JlllirjO Al'til.Is.PHlLAUELPHIA.NKW
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over traiua of a',1 other route, makm" the anie
lfPaengor bv other route to make conuec
tlou must ride all' night, waiting from one to ia
hoars at small country etatious for trains of con
nectiug roau. . '
T Vf UPPTTIE FACT and takeotir.Vlo
lkiJlriJlx)Ii i. m. train, reaching Evan
Tllle, Indianapoll. Cincinnati and Luiiisvilie ame
dsv. Train leave and arrive at Cairo a follow:
Mail leaves n:ofa.m.
Mail arrives M:or.p.m.
Through tlcVili and check to ail important
F. A. MILLER ROSWEI.L MILLER.
Gen'l Pass. Ap-Ot. General Sup'
L. B. CUL'RCH. Passenger Aeut.
FLOUR, GRAIN" AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiffhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
" A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital risked. Yon can give the
hiislness a trial wiiuoui expense.
The best nniioriuiillv over offered for
those willing to work. You should
trv nothing else till you see for your
self what on can do at the business we offer. No
ritoin tu explain here. You cau devote all your
time or only your spare time to the lmsluess, and
muko great pay for every honr that yon work.
Women mako a much ns men. Send for special
private terms and particulars, which we mail tree,
$5 outtlt free. Don't complain of hard times while
vou have such a chauce. Address II. HALI.ETT Jt
CO., Portlaud, Maine.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
OFFI C K 8
Cor. Twelfth Street aud Levee,
' IS Y'OUH BLOOD PURE?
Now this Is an Important question, Tor without
up: and wholesomu blood then can be no per
fect health, and without
lf Is n mere burden and waste. For Impure
blood the bent medicine known la
Scovill's Blpoil Purifier.
It l the great Southern time tried and true rcm-
dy, and may he implicitly rcuea on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take It in the Spring time, especially forlm
mre secretions of the bliMid lucldeut to that
easouof the year; aud take it
AT ALL TIMES
L'or Cancer Scrofula. Liver Complaint. Weak-
l-aud Ilia that come from Impure blood.
iif.s. Hull. Tumor, swelling, aud the luou-
JOHN F. HENRY, CUURAN &, CO.
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
BARCLAY BROS.. Wholesale Agentav
(A Mcdlciur, nut a Drink,)
HOPS. BUC'IIU, MANDRAKE, DAN-
And the Puret and Bet Medical Qualities o1
nil other Bitters.
All dlee of the Stoina-.h. Bowel. l)l(Md.
Liver. Kiduey. and Crinary Oraar, Nervoua-
Hieepietucaauo ctoccinny remaie uin
UllOll IN' GOLD
Will be paid fnracae they will nut cure or help,
or fur anything impure or injurious found in'
Ak jour Oruutf it fcr Hop Bitter and try
nieni before von leep. Take no other.
Hop C(i.'t.ii Cuke i the wcotint, afct and be.t
The llM' Pao for Stomaeli, Liver aud Kidney
i yipcrior to all otner. AkUruzgtt.
!.!. ('. J an abnlnte and lrreitable cure
ffir drunkmie, ue of oium. tobacco aud
.narcotic. enn lor circular.
All above old by drusirt.
Htp BittctaManufacturinKCo.. Rocheti:r. N. X
. DK. FOTiliES' .
Liver A' Stomach Pads,
THE GREAT SPECIFIC!
THE BEST REMEDY
lias proved itself by a Three Years' Campaign of
Liver, Stomach ami Rowels,
Producing a larger portion of wonderful and
Than any other Remedy before the public.
A PREVENTATIVE OF ALL EPIDEMICS.
Yellow fever. Blilloiis aud Typhoid Fi vers.
ALL MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC POISONS
Neutralized. Eliminated and expelled through
the ua'.ural excretions by
DU. C.W.FOHI J ES'
Health Restoring Liver & Stomach Pads
An antidote that has proven Its repellaet force
to expel Atmospheric (terms of Disease
that infest the air.
An Antidote aud preventative and cure for Chll
dren. Summer C omplaints. Cholera Infantum, Seal-'
el Fever. Mcas es. hooping 1 ough. etc.
A Preventative that Is highly appreciated by quite
a number oi moiners wno nave inen inem.
f-Forlies' Padsare made from (iENCINE MED
K AI. K 1 KAv 1 possessing me oesi aotoroeiu
properties kuowu to science, having a direct appli
cation to the removal ol Morbid Organic conditions
and restoring to health, natural euergy and normal
artivltc the vital function w hich are weakened and
debilitated by dieae, thus proving themselves to
posses t'OWEisn ii iitiitui lor an uieae
of the Liver. Slomarh and Dowel, as thousands
can testily from practical experience.
., is. a tlie pries) oi me l-au na oecn reuuren
it make 11 the cheunest and most eouveuleut uildl
cation you can use for auy of the above disVasc.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
If after a fair trial vou are dlallslled, send hack
your 1 nil to tne propraetor, aim ine
MONEY WILL HE REFUNDED.
pSf"Fornll advice (phkk) send symptoms aud eu
quir es, laiso lor single ran) iu
1 DR. ii. W. FORBES.
174 W. 4th St., Cincinnati
Will be sold by all druggists.
3JART te IIICKCOX,
Wl W. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI
trySev ccrtlrtciitel In large circulars at drugstore
For Sale by GEO. E. 0'HARA, Dmy
ffist, Cairo, Ills.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
1, SMYTH 15 CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign aud Domestic Liquors
Wines oL all Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO. have constantly atarga
lock of the best gooda lu the marks! and give
attention tu the wholesale oranca 1 tne
Sari a Boton nhvlclan. "ha no enunl a a blood
purifier. Hearing of It many wonderful cure af-
ier an omer remeuiea nna imicu. i viueaiue ian
ratory, and convinced myclf of Ita genuino merit.
It I prepared from barks, roota and herb, each of
wnicn la highly effective , ana they are compouuaeu
In ui h a maimer ai to producixuitouUhlug results.
I the great blood purifier.
Will cure the worst case of Scrofula. ,
la recommended by physiclani and apothecaries.
Has effected some marvelous cure In easel o(
Cures the worst esses of Canker.
Meets with wonderful success In Mercurial diseases
Will eradicale Salt Ithenm from the ylem.
Removes Piaiile and Humors from the face.
,ture.Lopaiion ana reguiaie me nowoi.
I a va!uakc remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Kestorea th. ysteAto a healthy condition.
Removes the cause of Dizzlueis.
iciieve raiulness at the etomarh.
Cures Paius In the Back.
Effectually cures Kidney Complaint.
la effective lu Its cure of Female Weaknesses.
Is the great retneny for General Debility.
IS THE MI-T
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Ves;eli:ip is Sold Bv all Di'iissiste,
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
AHLICTED EVERY WHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OK THE AGE.
fri"rnv iiir t Oi Pit I'm- has succeed-
1111 O I lIJlji?l. i lu combining In these
IT UK SICK I1EADACI1
Ills the heretofore an.
agonistic, uaallti, of a
uid a 1'iirllyingToiile.
in' ir nri uuparentei-
lert Is to increase the ap
petite by causing tho
'ood to properly asslml.
ate. Tims Ihesvslein Is
1 1 KE CONSTIPATION
nourished, and by their
lonio actlouou the diges
tive oi'guns, regular and
healthy evacuation are
lun rapiuiiy wun
which the persons take
Cl'RE KEVEH and Ago
iu Huhi while under thu
nfliience of liieso nllls.
TUT T'S PILLS
indicates their adapts-
llilllty to lion rich the 'wi
ly, hence their efneaev In
Cl'RK IllLlOlIS Ci I.IO
uilng nervous oeniiuy,
wastinf oi ihn muscles
fti route constipation, ana
tniniirtlng health and
(THE TORPID LIVER
'Isttaugtb to the system.
All Murfar Street,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITV
! I I !
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Commercial Ave. , , 1
O. O. FATIEK & CO.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, November 20, 2 r. m.
Wheat strong Winter, 10s Ucl
Us 4il; Spring, 10s 10a lid;
California average, 10s 7Jlls Cd;
California club, lis Odlls lOd; Corn
old 5s Odos Qij.
NEW YORK DRAIN.
New York, November 20, 12:10 p.m.
WLeat quiet No. 2 Chicago, fl 30il 08
No. 2, Milwaukee, 1 08fl 39; Red
Winter, $1 40t 47; No. 2 Red Winter,
l 40 14t4ji ; No. 2 Amber, l 44Ji
Corn quiet No. 2, 01. 1-4.
Chicago, November, 20, 10:00 a. .v.-
Wheat December, $1 20;!: Jan
Corn May, 4U 5-8 ; November,
40 7-8 December, 099 ?a'-
Pork January, $11 32: December,
$10 10; 10 10; November, 10 23.
Oats November, 32; December, 32?8'
Chicago, November, 20, 12 M. Wheat
rVceiuber, $1 19?; January, 1 21?
Corn May, 43 "j'; November,' SO,1;
Oats -December, 32)i;May, 50;
-.Pork-December, f 10 03; 10 00.
January, $11 40. November, f 10 10.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
AN EDITOR NOMINATED.
Boston, Nov.. 23. The Democrats of
Newton, Mass., Lave nominated as camli
ditto for mayor R. M. Pulsiferof the Boston
HcrulJ. Mr. Pulsifer will probably receive
the Rupublican nomination at the meeting
of that committee on Friday next.
New York, November 23. The briar
John Welch, Jr.. arrived at quarantine yes
terday from Havana, having a seaman sick
with yellow fever. John Rutherford, an
other seaman, died of the disease on No
vember 19, and was buried at sea.
A V1I.I.1AN0C8 TRAMP.
Coi.cmrcs, O., Nov. 2. David Vau
Sickle, a farmer living in Delaware county,
was the victim of foul play last evening, lie
gave a tramp work and shelter yesterday,
aud after the family had gone to bed the
stranger began to ransack the house. Mr.
Van Sickle interfered nnd the tramp made
an assault upon him with a butcher-knife
cutting him very severely about tlie face
and arms. The villain also attacked Mrs.
Van Sickle and then made his escape. A
large number of citizens arc searching for
' FREIGHT TRAIN WItKCKED.
DciUOiN, 111., Nov. S3. This afternoon
a freight train was wrecked two miles from
New Athens, on the Cairo Short Line, de
molishing fourteen empty coal cars and
iujining tho locomotive, but fortunately
no persons was seriously hurt. The facts
are : At the scene of the wreck tho road mcu
were engaged in replacing ties over tho
trestle tho train came upon them. Long,
the engineer, told your reporter that ho
saw the warning flag, which was placed
altogether too near the scene of tho acci
dent to enable- him to stop his train on
that steep grade before reaching tlie bridge.
Collett und llendviekson, who hud ar
rived here with their train and put up their
engine, were telegraphed for and nude the
run of forty-three miles in llfty-two min
utes. Tho track wan cleared with no
interruptions to regular trains.
ANOTHER DISASTROUS KIKE IS NKW VOnK
Nf.w Yoitt, November i!5. One of the
largest tires tor somn time, past iu this city
took place this morning. Shortly before 7
o'clock tiro was discovered iu tho stables of
tho Eijfhtli Avenuo Home cur railroad, und
notwithstanding that within live minutes
after the discovery fully forty streams of
water were throwu upou the blnziug build
ing, it was only when therO was nothing
further for tho flames to feed upon that tho
riromen obtained tho mastery. Tho ntftbloa
were in a four-story brick building, front
ing 200 feet on Eighth avenue aud 400 feet
on Forty-ninth and Fiftieth streets. Iu tho
rear, on tho Ninth avenuo side, Is a wilder
ness of carpenter and wagon shops and a
mountain of old barrels, comprising many
thousands, stacked to thu height of thirty
to torty feet. Those woro saved by tho ct
forts of the flremon, who from tho begin
ning specially directed their efforts to this
point to prevent a general conflagration
atnoug tho tenement houses of Ninth avenue.
Almost belore a movement to savo tho stock
In tho stables could bo mndo tho flames
burst slmullanooiuly trom tho windows on
tho Fiftieth and Forty-ninth ulrocU side.
It bocaino cloar that tho building was
doomed to dortructifU. Con stored on the
ground floor were run but and tared. The
horses stalled on htj upper, floors wero un
tie J and run 'down 'Inclined planes to the
ground. There were nearly 800. and the
worn ot getting them out was one of great
difficulty nnd danger. Blinded bysmbke
and frightened by flames, they kicked and
reared, and over one hundred had to bo
abandoned to destruction.
Tho three upper floors wero one vast
sheet of fire. Two brick buildings on e
a liquor store and the other n restaurant,
cut into the stable building on tho corner,
were saved. At this noint iu the stables an
immense quantity of hay in bales wan
stored. When these cautrht rlro sudden
bursting of tlie bauds that bound the bate
caused an explosion that shattered the sidu
ot the building aud threw the brick wall
into tho street. It fell with a crushing
foree upon the ladder on which where Chief
Campbell, Fireman Jolia Welsh, of engine
No. 8 and Fireman Henry C. Mount and
John Ttegnn,"of the snmo company, Eacli
and all were buried under the smoking
mass, and a shout of liorrOr went up from
tho spectators. Their comrades instantly
fell to tlie work of rescue, and soon all wero
recovered bruised, bleeding aud insensible.
Mount had his skull and leg fractured,
and was also injured internally. He died
an hour afterwards in the hospital.
Regan had a leg broken and w as badly
Chief Campbell and Fireman Welsh
wero painfully but not seriously hurt and
remained on duty. v
Hardly had the firemen and spectators
recovered from the excitement caused by
the fall of the wall, when it was rumored
that a fireman had fallen into the burning
building, but the muster of the companies
later showed all men pteseut except those
taken to the hospital. Soon afterwards tho
walls on Fifteenth street tell with a craSh..
The flames leaped across the street threat
ening houses there. The occupants fled,
and a thief, attempting to enter one, waB
speedily nabbed and hustled orf to the
The firemeu now gave their attention to
the surrounding property, the stables beiug
a mass of ruins. By 10 o'clock all danger
of the fire spreading was over, and a num-
of engines were sent to their quartets,
Others remained, nounnir water upon tin
The los3 is estimated at about $240,000 ;
It was almost 3 o'clock before the road
got fairly into running order, cars being
started from Fifteenth street. At that
hour firemen were pulling down what trau:
incuts remained of the will. and the flamen
Were entirely stnlued. "
It is believed the fire started by spon
tnneous combustion among hay stored ou
tho third floor, which had been recently
brought in and was yet damp. There had
been no. tire iu the building tor sevepil
Mr. Philip Remli.nglr, an old sub
scriber to our paper aud well known in the
whole surrounding couutry, informed us
the other day, that his wife, who for two
weary years liailsutti red with rheumatism
in the shoulder, during which time she hud
oecn treated iy several puysiciaus without
success, hail been completely cured by a
single Dottle ot t. jacoos uu. uucynw,
Ohio, courier, U'eo. 1.J, 18TH.
I had a severe attack of chills and fever.
I tried Quinine, Arsenic, and every remedy
tuat 1 cotiui hear ot. lilies Villa ami Lini
ment made a complete cure of rue. Mr. Beck-
with, dentist, .22 East Forty-first street.
Giles' pills cures piles. Sold by Barclay &
An experienced dairyman, writing to
tho Rural New Yorker, says : "If butter
makers would use Perfected Butter Color
mndo by Wells, Richardson & Co., of Bur
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