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THE DAILY BULLETIN
CNTKUKD AT THE I'OST OKKICR IN CAIKO, IL
LINOIS, AS 8EOOND-CLA88 MATTER.
Omt'Ut PAPER OF ALBXANDEU COUNTY.
KrnMit It. Thleleok. Cltr Kdltor.
Only Morning; Daily in Southern Illinois.
TABER BRO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
No. 128 Commercial ave., Cairo, 111.
LOCAL WEATHEK KEPOKT.
Signal Own, i
CilBO, III., Sept. 11. IHSO I
Time. Oar. Tlier. Hum. Wlud. Vfl Weather.
I am S0.23
7 " so.a
10 " SH.1
Maximum Temperature. 72'; Minimum Tem
perature, 57; Kniiifull U.O) Inches.
River H feet i iucUus. Klee 7 inohe.
W. II. KAY,
Serc't Sitfual Corus, U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In this column, Ave cents per line, etch
Over 155,001) Howe scales sold. Borden,
Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo. 1.
. ROOMS TO RENT.
.Furnished or unfurnished; four blocks
from post office, und only two blocks
from three first class bearding houses.
For particulars apply at The Bulletin
Tiios. Benson, Lowell Mass., writes:
Your Spring Blossom cured me of Suit
Rheum from which I have been u martyr
for over ten years, my hands were aline .t
useless and my face was frightfully disflg.
ured. I have used the Spring Blossom
according to direction., nnd now am able
to work and my face is quite cleared
again. Paul G. Sehuh, agent.
The undersigned will, on and after
May 1st, be prepared to turuish our citi
zens a first rate quality of ice cream,
equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced artist and cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nished at 1.25 per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards. Robert Hewett,
SEPTEMBER 7TI1 TO OCTOBER 0X11-
Tho Illinois Central railroad will Bell ex
cursion tickets at greatly reduced rates
This is the only route running two daily
trains. The only lino that runs sleepers
through from Cairo to Cincinnati without
change. J. Johnson, Gen 1 Agent.
J. H. Jones, Ticket Agent.
Speaking by signs is never (aloud) al
lowed neither is any Impurities of tho
Blood allowed to speak in the shape of
pimples or Blotches when Spring Blossom
is taken. Paul u. ScUuh. agent.
A GRAND BALL.
A Grand Cano ball will be given by the
Delta I ire company, in their hall, on 1 hurs
day evening, September 10th, 1880. The
.public is respecjtully invited.
Madame Floyd has opened a day school
at Turner hall, where she hopes to bo pat
ronized'. Special success assured in mathe
matics, Latin, French and music. Terms
How to Get Sick. Expose yourself day
and night, eat too much without exercise
work too hard without rest; doctor all the
time ; tukc all the vile nostrums advertised ;
and then you will want to know
How to Get Well. Which is answered
in three wotds Take Hop Bitters I See
other column. Express.
The War amono Boot and Shoe Deal
ers is raging, but it is generally conceded
that the best place to buy is at C. Koch's
shoe store, where always will be found tho
largest and best stock of custom hand-mado
boots and shoes tor tho lowc-t prices. We
are daily receiving new goods, d doubt
less carry the largest stock of custom-made
goods in this city, of the best manufacturers.
For bargains call at C. Koch, No. 00 Com
mercial avenue, between 5th and Cth streets.
This celebrated choice butter, now on
hand and received daily by express, in tubs
and cadics, at the riew ork store.
FALL OF 18U0.
BTUAIIT'S roi'ULAIl A XI) UKI.IAIH.E CASH DUY
WOODS IKHtHi 11KADY Foil MJH1NKM8
We are now Hhowing the most elegant
line of dress good, hosiery, ribbons, dress
trimmings ever shown in this city, und wo
cordially invite an inspection. Buying
nd selling as we do for cash, we gurtratitec
lower prices than any other house. Cash
buyers of dry goods will find it to their in
terest to deal with us. Ciias. R. Stuaut.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NotiMi in the" Minmnt, ton wnu per line,
etch innortioa. Murkoci t)
-Wanted-Printcrs to work on straight
. a t Tn Rt:ixKTis office
Ukuvivtf " "
Job work, all kinds, up stairs over
Tuber's jewelry stjro. Alden's job office.
"Between tne acis" cigarettes, whole-
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HulU HUU 1CIUU, III . iiviiiiv;w o.
-Mrs. Judgo Green is expected to return
from Dixon Springs to-day.
Hon. John II. Oberly will probably ar
rive in this city thia morning.
Alderman Blako returned from St
T nuia vnafar.lflv
In .wUl nnlumn of horse,
wagons, etc., for sale.
Mr. Will Christman left tho city for his
Miss Ella Filkins, of Centralia, is in
the city visiting Mrs. W. W. Wallace.
Judge Browning was in the city Sun
day. Col. Jno. Wood has lost a fine milk-
cow. sno lias oeen away irom iiomu auout
-Messrs. Robt. Ilinkle and Guy Morse
left for Kansas City, yesterday, in search
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of their fortune.
The Dartv at Turner hall, to-night, in
hnnnr of Chas. Bell, will wind up with the
German," led by Mr. Carl Ruffin.
Mr. Geo. Wichert has returned from
his trip to Cincinnati, where he went to pur
chase a supply ot tobacco.
The daughter of Mr. A. C. Atherton, ot
Hodges' Park, died about twelve o'clock
The Tenth street stand ha3 been hand
somely painted and whitewashed, and is
now a thing of beauty and of joy.
A Texan drover is in the city with
about fifty ponies of all sizes and ages, ne
offers to sell them at from ten to fifty dol-
An excursion on the steamer Hillman
left our wharf for Paducah, Ky., last Sun
day. Quite a number of Cairoites went.
The trip was a pleasant one.
"Between the Acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsineyer's.
The Roosters martial band, now the
largest of its kind in the state, has taken
steps to secure handsome uniforms for its
Mr. Thos. Wills, who has been In the
city several days, visiting his mother-in-
aw, Mrs. Jorgenson, returned to his home
in Kansas City yesterday.
A nnmlwr of Cairo's lads and lassies
will asscmblo in Turner hall to night in
lonor of Mr. Chaa. Bell, formely bookkeep
er for the firm of Bell & Halliday, who
eaves the city for the sunny south shortly.
Ho will "go for good."
Mr. Geo. Goldsmith, some years ago a
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resiueni in mis my, uuu a uii.ua. u)
trade, but who removed irom here to v ma
Ridge, died suddenly at tnat ourg last
Saturday evening aooui nve ociock. ue
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u saiu iu me iarvtu m . w.wU..hu-
nnvoaamn tlinrp. fttid U(;COUlini? ovenieaieu. 1
drank ice-water, which resulted as stated.
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Mr. Tim. Sullivan, an employe ot the
New Yotk store, and Miss Tude Redman,
were, last Sunday, joined in the holy bonds
of wedlock by the Catholic priest. They
went to housekeeping on Division street
between Washington avenue and Poplar
street, where a number of friends gathered
to celebrate the happy event.
Yesterday morning two negroes named
Grandville Childs and Han Cheatem, quar-
reled over some money, which finally re-
suited iti Cheatem being dangerously cut
across the stomach. No arrest was made,
General Haskell and his nrmy again
held iorth to quite a crowd in his tent last
night and delivered a lecture that was list
ened to with more than usual interest. He
said many things that would prove of in
terest to our readers, but which we are
prevented from giving owing to a shortness
of type-setters. His subject for to-night's
discourse is "The boss'devil of Cairo."
The cooper shop of Mr. T. E. Park is
boing moved from its old site to a lot, near
er to the Mississippi levee, where a large
additition is to bo built to it and an in
creased forco ot hands employed. Tho
concern will give constant employment to
not less than fifty journeymen coopers when
enlarged, and will then be able to turn
out a sufficient quantity of work to supply 1
Twenty teams were employed nil day
Sunday and yesterday, on the sight ot the
contemplated new elevator of the Illinois
Central railroad, dragging earth from the
river's bank to the top of tho levee, widen-
ing it, bo as to form a bed tor an additional
track, which Is to run through said new
elevator when completed. The track is to
be one thousaud yards long, and is to serve
as a mean for transferring grain from the
main track to the elevator and vice versa.
At the annual election ol ollieers of tho
Hibernian Fire company, No. 4, last night
the following members were elected to the
offices: Wm. McHale, president; John
Feith, vice-president; A. Sullivan, secre
tary; P. J. Tlustlewood, treasurer; W. II.
Stoner, foreman of engine; James Graney,
assistaut foreman; Jack Towers, fotinan of
hose; Martin Gaunoni oistant foreman.
The board of directors are H. Callahan, R.
Jones, P, Malouey.
Wo call tho attention of all who have
in their possession and torches belonging to
any of tlio Democratic organizations, to
. n,,t:ro 0f Col. Jus. Rcarden, published in
another place, asking them to return said
torches to the Democratic noauquartcrs on
Tho fall is fairly upon us, and tho im
portant question now is, what of trade? It
has opened well. It promises well. It will
be cxcellont this full. We believe it will bo
all that is now anticipated. There is noth-
ing to prevent it excepting mo exouuuieiu
of tho presidential campaign and election.
From a protracted Jand exciting contest
good Lord deliver us.
A colored man, who was commonly
known here as "bow-legs" and a hard case,
some time ago eseaped from our city jail,
while Officer Dunker opened the jail door
to lodge another prisoner. Ho beat his
way to Keokuk, Iowa, where ho probably
pursued his old course. A day or two ago
a letter received here by his wife, stated
that he was lying at tho point of death in
that city. It appears that he attempted to
rob some one of his money who sprang upon
and choKeu mm neariy u ueam. ue u3
not expected to live at the timo the letter
was sent, and it was thought would be dead
by the time the letter arrived here.
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builJin commorjiy kn0Wn as the
r;imftfi ,nnm bavincr latelv been vacated,
,, K.,1,nmo ti, rnsnrr. for bovs who induce
in all manner of deviltry. They shoot
craps and gamble generally, break the win
dows, tear down tho shutters, mutilate the
walls and doors and cover the floors with
filth. The nronertv was recently bought
by Messrs. Lansden and Fisher, we be-
lieve, and these gentlemen have found it
nnpM.nr tn i.mnlnv a watchman in order
tn ...p it frnm mmninto ruin. There are a
mw f ).... n,r Hurallv daredevils
in tl.rt rir v. whoSfi denredations are apparent
on nnarlrrv nremises that is not protect-
p,i ami who invite and should receive the
.tor onntinna r nur nfW nf the law.
Ollll LA UHVUVH'UW V wv v ... w .
A special to the St. Louis Republican
from Jacksonville, 111., dated the 11th inst.,
says: "Hon. John II. Oberly, Democratic
candidate for secretary of state, addressed I
an assemblage of about 2,500 persons in the
public park this afternoon tor three hours.
It is conceded by gentlemen of all parties
that Mr. oberly is one of the ablest public
gl)eaker8 ia the state. His review of the
pol-lticai iS9Ue9 0f the day was forcible and
nlnmmnt. His arraignment of the wrongs
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inflicted upon the country by Republican
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misrule was complete ana convincing, im
is safe to say that the speech tnrouguour.
was the Lest delivered in the city uunng
the present canvass, and that it will nave a
good erlect upon a large numucr oi uepuo-
licans who gave him a patient hearing
Two thieves entered tho residence of
Col. Jno. Wood on Fifteenth street early
last Sunday morning. The Col., being an
early riser Up before daylight and in
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i8 stocking leet maue ms way into an a.i-
joining room in search ot his slippers. As
he opuU(.d the door, two men jumped out
0f tM window and scampered over tences
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ftna 61ewaiRs towaru iau MmUMiVVi
rvl Wimil H na'i nni wit hnnt bIuips nnil
unarmed as he was, chased them nearly to
the levee, coming neanj witinn reacn M
one oi tne rascais, out just a ue was uoout
to grab him he stumbled and tell. The
scoundrels escaped carrying with them only
pound-caKe anu otner eataoas. uwinj,
w uie uarMiBHieir wwr tuuiu uoi u u-
Hon. Wm. Hartzell is making rapid
progress in the favor of
the people of the district,
His old popularity has not waneil and new
recruits are flocking to his standard where-
ver he shows himself. His opponent has
a record, which is anything but a credit to
him, and which wherever it becomes
known, must bear heavily against him in
the minds of honest men of all parties.
His public career is unmarked by a single
act, which would endear him to his con-
aliments, or even entitle him to their suf-
franes. Not so with Mr. Hartzell.
The esteem in which he is held in his own
county, where he is best known, gives am-
pie proot of the rectitude of his private life
and the work lie did while in congress was
of the greatest importance and of infinite
good to the people who sent him there. Ho
is therefore held in grateful remcmbrancu
particularly by the people of Cairoand Alex-
under county who will not fail to see now,
after having tested both him and Thomas,
that their interests will be best guarded, in
the futunyis they have been in the past, by
I -Vm. llartull. The people are not undo-
cvk. The merits of the two men are too
Well known to admit of that. No comjnr-
Uon can be instituted between them' that
w;j not prove the Democratic candidate
rrc(lt!y the superior.
A rEiu'Kt r Smoke Burner for steam
boilers. Borden, Selkck & Co., St. Louis
All persons having in their possession any
torches belonging to thu Democratic or
ganizations of tho city, are respectfully re
quested to deliver them immediately at the
headquarters of the Democratic Central
club on Ohio Levee.
J. S. Reaiidun, Chairman.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
A p'lirof good lare Bay Mares, Wagon
and H iruess. Apply at Fitzgerald's livery
LETTER FROM DIXON SPRINGS.
DESCRIPTION 0? tnE PLACE RAIN? SUN
DAYS AMUBEMENT3 INCIDENTS, AC
CIDENTS AND UISTOKY.
Dixon Spuinos, Sept. 13, 1880.
Having been for some little time a so
journer at this delightful, quiet, peaceablo
and happy summer resort, and to-day be
ing Sunday, leaving mo nothing cUu to do
I cannot pass the time better than by writ
ing you a letter. It will servo to amuse me
oven if it never reaches tho eyes of your
thousands and tens of thousands readers.
I started out by calling this a delightful
place, but it is mlno and many others ex
perience that words are inadequate to ex
press the delight, experienced by one just
from tho turmoil and strife ot every day
city life, as they drop into this restful and
and quiet little valley among tho hills.
Standing among tho
PICTURESQUE ROCKS AND CLIFFS,
that have overlooked it from perpendicular
heights of hundreds of feet, for ages past,
perhaps siuco the great Creator, at the end
of tho six days, pronounced every thing
good with every sense alert to drink in all
its beauty and nothing, but songs of birds
to break its calm, the heart is filled with
thankful happiness and tho dreaincr'i
thoughts turn unconsciously to the forests
of Nova Scotia, and the lines of Longfcl
"This is the forest primeval
nierins pines and the hemlocks,
Bearded with moss, and in garments
trreeu, indistinct in the twilight,
Stand like harpers hoar, with beards
that rest on their bosoms.
This vallev is about two miles long and
not more than a oow-snot wwe m us iut
place while at the falls of the little stream
that, fed by numerous springs, finds Us rip-
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pling way over a rocky bed, the branches
of trees almost interclucc from tho tops of
the high cliffs over head. Here is where,
iu the forenoon, the guests of the hotel
gather and pass the hours away,
is clear and the voice of an occasional singer
fills it with sweet sounds. Sirs. W. I
Wright's magnificent voice never sounds
better than in this re-echoing concert hall
of nature when singing, without an accotn-
pinamcnt, "The Maid of Dundee" and
'Twickenham Ferry," the favorite songs of
i..i.,w or ftt ti,e f00t 0f these falls, one of
the natives has commenced building a mill
L.ith an immense undershot water-wheel
that he eXj)ect3 to operate in the winter
on,i cr,P;n,T rinrinrr hiirh waters, utilizing
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the falls as a dam. The problem among
visitors is ,
H0W W1LL He get to the mill
wjtn the grist?" The general opinion is
that he wlU have to drop it
from the top ot the clin,
a tau lar enougn to crusou ueiore u re acnes
the hopper. No oue but a native would
ever dream of a mill in such a spot, but he
will have the consolation of knowing, he
has contributed greatly to the picturesque
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fajur(. m oti,er respects. "Table Rock,"
(.Fir,.t Kiss" a cave half way up the side
nf.. ruff "Devil's Den." "the Wiirwain"
... ,..,, chimnevs" perpendicular rocks
flfty feet high and twenty in diameter stand-.
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intruetacnea irom toe cnu aru aiuun iuu
l,Jlj(;cts 0f Merest in this part of the valley, j
These are all a half mile below the Springs.
AboV(J the Springs visitors have "Rock City"
with itg gtrects auJ alleySi each rock a9 arge
a dwelling house and covered with moss,
dwarf. seeil) maiden hair and every other
variety ot ferns known to botanists, and not
only covered witli tiiese but like "Album
Rock" which lie3 just outside the city
limits, with names of visitors in white, blue,
red, green or biacK paint which ever came
We notice among others the names of
Yocum, Green, Korsmeyer, Halliday, Stew-
art, Parke, Woodward, Warder, aud many
others of Cairo, too numerous to mention,
Leaving "Rock City" by tho "Stepping
Stones" across the brook we come to
"Eagle's Peak," "the Pool," tho "Church
on the Hill", and a mile up the gleu, "the
Twins" and the "Devil's Smoke House,"
with many other thing, like tho names of
visitors, too numerous to mention.
generally used is in a grove of noble beeches
u quarter of a mile troin the house. It is
built of stone after the manner of tho old
wells in the Holy Land, and it is not un
iual to see all the people before and after
breakfast flocking down the path for acool
drink as they did in those olden times, and
ftS they gather around one is reminded of
Hebekah and the servant of Abraham at
the well (barrim the dress und bare-feet),
iilv the visitors hero are nearly all sedate
mimiud people not in search of mates for
themselves or anybody else. The water of
tliis spring is a mixture of imn, sulphur
mid magnesia, pleasant to the taste end as
full of medicinal qualities as "Bethesda's
Healing Spring." Whose waters were be
lieved to be touched daily by Angel's wings.
The other spring, a couple of hundred yards
nearer the house, is all iron, as Dr. Smith
remarked when here "strong enough to
make nails and good to let alone by persons
at all inclined to dUpepiia."
is all that could be desired by anyone. The
collages are built in shape of a hollow
square surrounding a grove of cedars and
nailer-mulberry, under whoso cool shade is
seen hammocks forthe lazy, benches forcare
less loungers and chairs for the sedate. Tho
stiff proprietus of life are lorgotten.
Oue day's stay Is sufficient to make ouo
This Space is Reserved for
A.MARX, the Clothier,
Whose Advertisement will Appear
in a few days.
family ot all and dress or appearance is a
secondary affair; comfort is the first and
tho paramount consideration. The cottages
are all clean and new with porches in front:
the dining-room is spacious and airy, and a:i
immense verandah in front furnishes a dan
cing floor that is used six nights in the
week. The string band kept here through
the season is an appreciated addition to the
other arrangements for the amusement of
patrons. All this, the new cottages, etc.,
has been done under the
ADMINISTRATION OK MR. BROWN,
who intends before the next season opens,
to build a number of new detached cottages
for use of families and have seats added,
nnd other improvements inade around the
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sprintr. .nr. urown oas uceu -
dieted almost as much as Job of old only
instead of boils, his has been felons; one
on each hand and a catarrh in the palm of
his left. He has as he says, "ten sore
fingers," that allows him no sleep, and con
fines him to his room. This places a little
too much responsibility on Mrs. Brown, a
slender, young, ladylike woman, who has
to overlook all departments one moment
in the kitchen to see that the fried chicken
is just right, the waffles crisp and brown
and all the other good things exactly as her
hungry lamily like them best; the next in
the dining-room, from there, through the
cottages, in fact everywhere, at the same
time, finding an occasional few minutes,
leisure to "settle"
LITTLE JOIINIE BROWN,
tho bright, brown-eyed, chubby, little two-year-old,
who is a general favorite with
The weather, for a week, has been un
comfortably cold, not tho damp cold you
have in Cairo, however, a3 we are high end
dryseveral hundred leet higher than the
nioutll of tjie 0hio. Yesterday the weather
. im tn.i nv u inst ii nicost m
aginable. Oue prayer is never forgotten
"Lord preservers at Dixon Springs from a
rainy Sunday.,' One week ago to-day was
such a one enough to make a saint sinful.
If it were not for "giving away" an alder
! man) aa .aldernian and a member of the
press of Cairo, I would say that a game of
"Black Maria" was not considered a sin on
such a day.
Croquet is still a standing amusement
here, but archery disappeared with the
afore-mentioned alderman and "press" mati
CONCLUDED ON THIIII) I'AC.E.
"CiM'HO-Qn.NiNE." Physicians say this
new agent of Peruvian Bark is u per
fect substitute for the Sulphate Quiniue,
and that its action is preferable, as it can be
used in same doses where Quinine is in
dicated, and never causes the disagreeable
effects of the latter upon the head und
stomach. Druggists sell it at if 1.50 per
ounce, or sent, postage paid, on receipt of
price by Billings, Clapp &, Co,, Boston,
at the residence of her parents, on Seventh
street, Monday, Sept. lath, 1850,
aged ten years and seven days, only daugh
ter of Goo. W. ami Mary P. Strode.
"Dentil clumid conm
Uuiitly, to one oi nenllo mould liku Hut,
Ar Hulit wlud wmidiTlug through nrovi' of bloom,
Detach tin! dullciUo bloMoint from the tree.
Close the nweet eyes calmly, and without pain,
Aud we will trntit In Clod and hopu to reu then
The remains will bo taken to Columbus,
Ky., for interment. Tho yacht "Ariadne,"
with the funeral party, will leave tho wharf
boat, at Sixth street this morning, at nine
Funeral services at residence, bj; Rev.
B. Y. George, at half past-eight o'clock.
THE FIFTEENTH ANNIVERSARY
OP MR. AND MI13. C W. HENDERSON'S MAH
niAOE, CEI.EUBATED AT TnEIH KESIDE.ME
SATURDAY SEITEMBEH 1 lTU, 1880.
Oue of the most enjoyable affairs of the
season was a surprise party given Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Henderson, on the occasion of
their crystal anniversary, last Saturday night
That the affair was a real "surprise," was
mainly due to the fact that the gentlemen
participating, realizing their own weakness,
carefully avoided Seventh street for two
days before hand. Mr. McCullough, Mr.
Thomas Winter and Mr. Rittenhousc were
obliged to walk a block or two out of their way
to business, knowing they'd be sure to stop
and "tell" if they saw Mrs. Henderson, and
dreading the lecture they knew they'd get
from their wives, who have no difficulty
whatever in keeping a secret.
The party, consisting of ten couples of
intimate friends, met at the residence of
Mr. Irvin, and from there marched in a
body upon the unsuspecting "crystal bride,"
who in the first moment of surprise, thought
herself the recipient of a vijsit from the Sal
vation Army. Mr. Bradley being the most
clerical looking one of the party, she imme
diately called upon him to pray, but with
his usual diffidence, he resigned in favor of
Mr. Wm. Winter. At this juncture, the
ladies of tho crowd explained that it
was not the Salvation Army, but
a surprise party, whereupon things assumed,
a more comfortable footing, and Mr. Brad
ley came out of the corner, where he had
retired to blush unseen.
The "crystal groom," who was at firt .
absent, appeared in a short while, and was
received with such a torrent of congratula
tions aud playful badinage that he was com
The time passed off in the most delight
ful manner mirth, conversation and cards,
being the order of the evening. The ladies
had not lorgotten the 6weet road to the
gentlemen's hearts, and had prepared re
treshraents to which all did justice.
With much merriment and many kind
wishes, the party bade tho bride and groom
adeau, with the exception of Mr. and Mrs.
Rittenhouse, whom some one in the crowd
basely insinuated "never did know when to
gohome." Hardly had the quartette settled
wn into a quiet conversation, when they
were startled out of several years growth,
a pandemonium of hideous sounds,
seemingly produced from myriads ot tin-
pans, lids and horns in fact, a regular
charavan, conducted by tho same
allies nnd gentlemen, who composed the
party. Seventh street was roused irom its
usual fiigh-toned quiet, and scandalized
and demoralized by the horrible din, which
did not cease until the groom led his blusli-
im; hide out upon the portico.
Alter exacting from the groom, n promise
to put new bottoms in all the pans spoiled
upon the occasion, which he generously
offered to do for tho modest sum of 15 cents
apiece, the party airain said good night,
and quiet onco more reigned on Seventh
The following is a list of tho presents :
A beautiful engraved fruit-stand and
boquet-holder, Mr. and Mrs. Lentz.
Exquisite perfume case, Mr. and iMrs.
Bronze and crystal inkstauds, Mr. and
Mrs. A. II. Irvin.
Thermometer paper-holder, Mrs. Thomas
Lovely French plate hand mirror, Mr. and
Dainty perfuino caster and mat, Mrs.
Pair of beautiful engraved cologno bot
tles, Mrs. McCullough.
Pair of pretty green vases, Mrs. C. N.
CheeBC dish, Mrs. Henry Elliott.
Largo fruit dish, Mrs. Rittenhouso.
Glass pitcher, Ella Starka.
Fellows' Syrup of Hypophosphites, by
restoring strength to ti e nerves and muscles
of tho stomach, urea dyspepsia, whica is
but tho result of loss ot uorvous strength,
followed by muscular relaxation.