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CAIRO " BULLETIN.
CAiEO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, iPRIL 21, 1882.
Myor-N. B. Tblstlewood.
Treasurer T J, Kerth. ,
Clerk-Deuula. J Join.
Ciiuuaolor Wm. B. Ullbert.
Marshal-L. . .
OAKS OF ALOIBHBII.
first Wsrd-PeU)l Baup. T. U. Klmbroutb.
rtecond Ward-Jeeee Hlukle.C. N. Hughe.
Tblrd Ward-B. F, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cbulet 0. Fatter, Adolpn Bwo-
b?Ifth Ward-T. W. HallldaY. Broeet B. PtM.
CI reult Judife U. J. Baker,
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvln.
County Judge K. tf Vocum,
County Clerk-tt. J. Humm.
Con uty Attorney-J . M. Damron.
Couuty Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
KhurlfT Jobn llodite.
Coroner K. Pltaijerald ,. . .
County CommUaionera T. W. HalHday, J. A
Utbbs aud Peter haup.
CA1KO BAPTIST. Corner Teuth and Poplar
streots; preaching fir.tand iblrd Sundays In
each month, 11 a. ra. and 7:30 p. m : prayer meet-
CKUKCn OF THB KBDMMBR-(KiUopa!)
Fourteenth itreot; Sunday 7:00 m.. Holy
Kuchaslst; :30 a. m., Sunday achool 10: .m.,
Morning prayers :8:00 p. m.,erning ryer. g.
P. Davenport, S T, K. Hector.
LMK8T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHTJKCII.
T Preacblng at 10:30 a. n., 8 p. m., and T:80 p. m.
abbatb achool at 7:80 p. He. T. J. Bhorea,
LUTUE KAN -Thirteenth atreetj servUM Sab
bath 1:80 a. m.; Sunday achool 2 p. in, Bv.
MKTHODIBT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut treeU,
Preaching Sabbath 11 :00 a. m. nd 7 M I . m.
Sunday bcbool at 8:00 p. m. Key. J. A. Bcarrett,
11HESBYTEKI AN Eighth atreeti preaching on
1 riabbath at llKJO a. m. and 7 :S0 p. m. prayer
nertlng Wednesday at 7:!p.nM Sunday School
It 8 p. m. Kt B. V. George, pastor.
ST. JOHErn'8 -ftoinan Catholic) Corner Oroei
and Walnnt street; eerrlcee Sabbath 10 .80 a.
n. ; Suaday School at p. m. ; Vesper I p. m-. eer
ncie every day at 8 a. m. Bo. O'Hara, Prleit.
ST. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Washington nne?
bath 8 aud 10 a. in. i Vseper. 8 p. m. ; I
t p. m. services every day at 8 a.m. He. Mastorsou
R. E. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TIUIK tPABT. TRAUB "J-
Mall S:lJ.mMMall vf.h?
tAccom dalion.ll:10 am EipreM ..... ...11 .10 a.m
tKipress : P " I Accomdtlo..4.05 p.m
MISS CENTRAL R. R.
Mall 4:a.mtMall .. :.nP
tKipress.. 10:15a ra tExpreaa 11. a m
C. AST. U R. R. (Narrow Gauge )
ExprfM W: m I Kipreea.. ...... :M p m
Acoim'datlon. 1 :M) p.m Accom'datotn 12;3S p.m
hT.L . I.M. AS. R. H. a in
tBipress ll:p.m I tErpreae-..--. :MP
jAccora oaiion. ;30p.m tAecom'datlon.ll:5 .m
WABASH. ST, LOl'M A PACIFIC R Y CO.
Mall A K ..: 5:00 vm j Mall A Ex.... :89 p.m
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunniiit;
0 DAILY TRAINS
J From Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
3:IOa m. Mall,
Arriving In St. Loula :45 a.m. : Chicago, 8 :S0 p.m. ;
Conneng at Odin and Klnnghamfor Cfncln.
BlLouUvUlu. Iudlauapoha and poUU Eaet.
HilO .m. St. Louia and Weaitern
Arriving In St. Louli 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for all pomte Weat.
-1:0 p.m. Fuat KxpreM.
lor St. Louie and Chicago, arriving at St. Loul
10:40p.m., and Chicago ti'iO a.m.
4-:aO p m. Cincinnati KxpreBB.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.! Louiivtlle 7:S0
Til.? Indlauapolle 4:00 a.m. Phmwi by
thie Iraln reach the above polnte 1 to 30
UuUKS In advance of any other route.
rrTho4:20 p. m. exproes hae PULLMAN
BLEEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
ehangee, and through aleepera to St. Louie ana
Fast Time Kast.
r&SSeilfferS ern point without any dolay
cauaed by Sunday Intcrvonlng. The Saturday after
noon train from Calm arrive! In new York Monday
morning at 10:35. Tblrty-alx hour In advance of
Vir through tlckote and ftirther Information,
p'plT at Illl wile Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
JAS. JOHNSON, J- . 10NK8,
Gen. Sotithern Agent. Ticket Agenl.
A U HANSON, Oen. Pew. Agent. Chicago
EORGE II. LEACH, M. D.
. Phveician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
mont of mrglcaldUuiwce.anddlioaaea of womau
'0IBee1,r0u'lltht.et, oppo.ll the Toat Office,
Cairo, III. -
J)U. W. C. J0CFLYN,
OFFICE-Elghth Btreet, near OomteareleJ Arante
JJR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omoi-No. 186 Commercial Amtt, btw
Jtgbtb and Ninth BUeeia
(Jt W. W1IEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
eoniuntlj on hnd 1
At Seventy-five cents per load.
. At one dollar per load. '
The "trtmmlngf"ara ooane ihavlng and make
the beet aunimer wood for cooking pnrpOHeii ae well
aa the cheapeiit ever aold In Cairo. For black
mlth'e uaeinKxttlngtlru. they are onequalled
Leave yuor orders at tha Tenth atruet wood yard
.O - K T
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE VV STATES.
On and after Monday, Jane 7tb. and until turthei
notice the fun y boat will make trlpi ait followi:
'J&Via LIAVI9 LIATVt
Foot Fourth at. Mluoorl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a.m. 8:30 a. m. 9 a.m.
10:00a. m. 10:30a.m. 11 a.m.
1:00 p.m. 2:80 p.m. 8 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4.30 p.m. 5;00p. m.
J p. ra. '2:30 p.m. 8 p.m
A New and Complete Hitel. fronting on Lcvo
ootuuu auu lianruuu mrei'is,
Tb Paffonecr Di-not of the C'blca'jo. St. Loula
an" ,(ew Orlenna: Illlnol" Central; Wabash. 8t.
liOnla and Purine; Iron .Mountain ana Southern,
Mobile and Ohio: Cairo and St. Lome Railway
are all Juat acroee the alrevt; whllo the Steamboat
Lanfling ih oni one miiare aietani,
Thie Hotel In heated by etuara. has Me am
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Belle.
Automatic Fire-Alarms, Hatha, absolutely pure air,
pertcct (leverage and comploto appnlntmente.
Superb furmxhingB; perfect tervico; andannn
T.J. P. PAUKKIt Ac CCvIBBiwej
; bTaj WW.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
P. BHOSS, Prealdont. P. N KFP, VlcoPrea'nt
H.WELLS, Cittttilor. I T. J. Kurth, Ase'l cash
F. Bro Ca'ro I William Klnte. .Cairo
PeierNcff " I William Wolf.... "
(!. M OntcrloU " C. O. Tailor "
E. A. Budor " 1 11. Welle "
J. Y. ClcniPOn, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINKH8 DONE.
Rxchange eold aad boQsht. Inhiroft paid In
the Savluni Department. Colluctioua mode and
all business promptly attuDded to.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlEIt to CO.,
Oor.NlnetHnthitretl " firn ' Til '
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK."
Of Cairo. lUlnoL.
"J 71 OUld LEVEE
A General Banking: business
Tiioa. w. IIALLIUAY.
JNTKKPWSK SAVING HANK5
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TII08. V. IIALLIDAY,
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL S0ETS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS 07 JOB WORK DONE TO 0RUEB
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
MILL AND COMMISHION.
, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
DIAL JUI m
FLOUR. 6EAIN AND HAY
Egyptkn Flowing Mills
Hlirhest Cash Pric Paid for Wheat.
ORDINANCE NO. 8S.
An ordinance provldini; for the payment of labor
unu materials lurniHiiea lor prolcctlou and Im
provements of leveea.
I!e It ordained bv the f'ltv Council nf thn eitv nf
Whereax. Tho recent floodn cauaad cTmmlllnri
br thi city In jirotectlne; and Improving the leveea
which could not be foreseen or prov.dcd for, each
causaltv happeuinifafti r tbeannnal appropriation
ui iur uiu pruaeni necai rear was suupiua, ana
then-fore no provision was made therein for each
improvement er expenditure, the amount required
to pay the.cfor will have to be borrowed and added
to the next annual atmronrlation bill and lnclndad
In the next gi ncral tax levy, an provided lu section
:, cuapier .i, uevieeu siatutee ol iiiiuoih, thure
lie it ordained br tho Citv Council of tho rltvnf
Section 1. That for the Dnrnoeo of navlnir fur
labor and materials furnished for protecting and
Improvlnit the levees durinc .he recent flonda. aa
allowed and to be allowed by thiscouocil, the may
or and finance committee aro hereby authorised
ana empowttrea to Dor row sucn sum or money not
exceedina tlfteen thousand dollars, as may
be uoct'Hsary, and that cortitlcalos of in
dubtednesa of the city ' be Issued to ho
stem by the mayor and city clerk, In
euchlorm and of such denomination as the finance
committee may deem best, to the amount provided
borein to he borrowed. Said certificates shall bear
Interest at 8 per cent, per annum from tbelr date
ir.ni pmu ana tie payauie irom mo general city
taxes for the current year 1SX-, when collected.
Section 3. That the amouut to cover principle
and Interest of the certificates herein provided to
be lssufd, shall bo added to next annual appropria
tion bill of the citv, and Included in the amount
authorised lobe raised In the next cuneral tax levy
and shall be levied and collected with and as a part
of lliu general txesof tbocitv. Acd said certifi
cates with accriiedinterest, shall be received by
the collector of taxes In payment of the tax to be
Section ;i. Whenever the collector of taxes all nil
from time to time pav over to tho city treasurer any
taxes levied to pay the rortlllcuto heroin provided
to be Issued, It shall be the duty of tho city treas
urer to give notice by publication that lio la pro
pared to pay with accrued Interest certain certifi
cate giving number and date Issued, commoncliiK
wltn lowest number and oldest date or those then
outstanding, to tho extent of tho fund paid Into
And that Interest will coiiho thereou from the
date ol such notice, and whenever the collector of
luxes or the citv treasurer shall receive or pay any
cernncnu's as anove provmco, sncn onir.ore snan
endorse In Ink tho amount of principle and accrued
interest to tne ualo ol sucn receipt or payment
which total amount ahall bo allowed In settlement
with tho city, and no more
Approved this 11th day of April, A. I). 1H8.
N. II TIIISTI.li WOOD, Mayor.
Attest:!). J. Folky, City Clerk.
. V I
Couuty of Alexander i dur county.
December Mpcclal Term, A. D. ISt-l
James U. Mulcahey.
Hlntn nf Illlnnta PI m.,,!' onnri til Alitran.
Ambrose Elklus, Dulllha Klkins and Ueorse
' BUI In Chancery to Foreclose Mortcase.
I'tibllc notice Is hereby ittven, that, In pursuance
of a duel ee made and entered by said court In
the above entitled cause, on the Sth day of Decem
ber. A. I). 1881 I Alexander II. levin, master In
chancery of tho laid circuit court will,
on Tuesday, the second day or May Wi, at the
hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon, at the south
westerly door of the court houso, lu tho city of
Cairo, county of Aloxauder and State of Minos,
sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for
cash, all and utimilar. tho followlna described
premises and real estate In euld ducroo mentioned,
situate In tho county of Alexander aud stale of
lliiuoltt, orsomucB tkuroaf as snail pe aumcieui to
satisfy snld decree, to-wlt: 1 Part of tho sonlh
half of tho aorthwoaf. nuarter of section Five (K) In
township hixtnen (I'll south, and In racno Two Ci)
' wostof of the third nrlnciulo meridian containing
forty-live and fifty, one buudredtlt acres, more or
Dated April Bth.l&ll.
ALKX. II. IRVIN.
, Master In Chtncurj of tb Circuit Court of AleS
' andef Coantv. ( 1 ,
David T. Li.fiaaB, CompUliut'i Solicitor.
Weather clear and pleasant yesterdsy.
Spring is now fairly opened and its pres
ence meets the universal approbation of
every citizen in Cairo, The songs of birds
aud the buddings of sweet scented flower,
with the charming spring styles of dress
for ladies will certainly lend attraction and
divert from the monatony of the long siege
in "sipe water circles."
The Gus Fowler1 had a good trip yester
day. Her passenger record for Cairo and
return to Paducah was good.
Buniuess on the wharf yesterday fair.
The Centennial arrived yesterday morn
ing about 0 o'clock and left soon - after fur
St. Louis. She has been at Madison, Ind.,
since Inst December receiving a general
line of repairs, besides being lengthened.
She is now the longest boat on the Misais"
sippi, measuring 32'J feet from stem to
stern, her speed also has been greatly in
creased. The A. B. Safford will try tho trade once
more as a regular packet from Mound City
to Cairo, and will make three trips daily.
She will enter upon' her duties Monday
morning, 24th iuat., under the command of
Capt. Austin Owen, Flope she will receive
a profitable patronage from the citizens ot
Cairo and Mound City.
The City of Baton Rouge from New
Orleans arrived at 2 p. m. yesterday only
stopped a few moments and passed up for
St. Louis. Her trip was light.
' Tho John B. Maud for Vicksburg arrived
last evening from St. Louis. Shu received
considerable freight and departed at 7 p. m.
Capt Billy Phillips left for St. Louis last
evening on tho City of Baton Rougo where
he will take charge as pilot of the new tow
boat built for river improvements.
. The Chas. Morgan from Cincinnati will
report here Saturday night or Sunday morn
ing for New Orleans.
The river falling slowly at St. Louis with
21 feet 9-lOtlis yesterday morning.
The reduction of license foes on steam
boat captains, pilots and engineers is a
move in the right direction, aud we aro
pleased to note the fact.
The Fannie Tatum left St. Louis on time
last evening and will report here this morn
ing for Paducah. The Tatum is a pleasant
boat to travel on and Capt. J, B. Conway is
her obliging chief.
The Ohio is falling from Pittsburg to
Tlin Too IV flfV fVii PitnttfnriDri arrivwl nf I
A UU U CIO f T V (Ul VlllUUUHM Ml 1 1 lyV Ufc
12 o'clock last night, lfcmembcr the low
excursion rate for round trip with meals
in port at Cincinnati is only 12.00.
Dr. Pierce's "Pellels," or sugar coated
granules the original "Littlo Liver Pillb"
(beware of imitations) cure sick and bil
lious headache, cleans the stomach and
bowels, and purify tho blood. To get gen-u-ue,
sco Dr. Pierce's signature and por
trateou government stamp. 25 cents per
vial, by druggists.
Thursday Evening, April 20, 1882.
The present weather is all that could be
desired, but, like ail good things, it will
not last and will, in all probability, wind
up with a rain storm within 48 hours.
Tho market in general is shaky and un
settled. Prices are tending downward and
the demand is consequently very light in
all leading articlesbuyers holding off for
tho "break" that is liable to occur any day.
FLOUU-Firm but very quiet. Stocks
aro amplo for tho demand. Prices show
very littlo if any variation in last four weeks.
HAY Weak and unsettled. Buyers aro
holding off for tho decline that is looked
for and transactions aro limited. There is
no demand at all for low grades.
CORN Tho market is fairly supplied
and shaky. Prices Aro weak and unsettled.
OATS Quotations aro lower to-day
and tho demand is small. Prices have a
dowu ward tendency.
MEAL Steady and unchanged.
BRAN Market bare. Receipts would
find ready sale. j
BUTTER Strictly choice is scarco m
iaactivo demand. Slocks aro generally of
an inferior quality, j
. EGG3 Receipts find ready salo and
prices rule firm.
CHICKENS Wo1 noto a good demand
for all roccipts.
POTATOE3-Th demand is good lor
choico table potatoes!
Bales and (iiuotationa.
NOTE. The price here Riven are for sale from
first hand In round lots. An advance. I
charted forbroken lotun BUIInaordcrs.
S0O Varinna . n n.ri.ir. B tOUt R0
AO bbl natunt L . W
loo bbl family '
JWJ bbl fancy wh 'J So
7 cars choice timothy m U 00
8 car good mixed IS 0017 00
8 cars ullt edge timothy....... .... so 00
1 car prarla 13 00
Scars prim it) uo
7 cars choice mixed, In bulk on track 79
7 cars choice white In bulk SI
itcara whit in bulk ni
6 ears choice In bulk on track M
i car mixed In bulk M
't cart mixed In sacks del 57
No. 8 Red, prrbu ...
No. i Modiixrausan.
500 hhls City round lots. 4 00
too bbla City 3 (X&4 00
Round lots ,. 1 10&ll'.i
600 pounds strictly ebolce Northern..... 3.1
400 pounds Southern Illinois.- .' 25
WO pounds good northern SO
Sou pounds gilt edged packed 38310
40 dozen. ,........
live choice 9 OOQU 00
9 coops mixed ...2 7!y 00
coop CDolco nens.....M...M 3 25(03 W
SO bbis choice 3 00&3 15
loo eacka .......... M M 1 &
W buch. Michigan poach blow
lUObhls. " I'cacbblows...
2U0 sucks P. 11. per baebe.,,1 -
SOb bis. common.
30 bbls. choice...
.7 30&S 00
Tub- washed m.. . . . m... ...WI'I7
, . .........
Plain hams .. none
8. C. Hams 14
Clear sides 13
St. Johns ! 55
Ohio Klver 1 ii
i bncliel burlaps...
5 bushel " 14
Oranges, choice per box Mu .... .4 0024 flj
Lemons choico per box w. 3 754 5
Peaches, halve aud unnrters STiO
Choice navy ....
Choico medium .
Choice, Factory 1H
Cruain..... ... 14
Calf, Oreon- M It
Ury Flint choico i W
Dry 8nltt.. Wtfc1
(4rvon Halt a MIHI t mi
Uheep Pelts, dry VMu,4l
Uheep Pelta, urueu &031 00
Good lug ,
.$ 7M(W no
. 3 W3 i 00
4 TW fi s)
, 5 Suit (0
, 50Q 8 UO
. ... , ,.
Wed In in Leaf......
UATUS OK FREIGHT.
Jl bbl. Vhhl.
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Ilsisna, Ark 17'i
Art in Education.
Life to many men is humdrum and
dull enough; but we often forgot that
just beyond tho threshold of ronlity lies
the fiiicliantod garden of the imagina
tion, of which art holds the key, and
which it can, at any moment unlock for
us, to reel and soothe us. Pootry and
music, and painting and sculpturo, can
nil pm-form this kindly oilice of refresh
liicnt, and can lmninh, for a time, as
nothing olso can, vory dreary realitict.
Tlie plea hero put forward for art as
nn element in education Is rather from
the subjective than tho objoctive sido.
Art never gives her best to those who
merely triflo with her; she keeps her
niOHt precious things for tliowe who
chiHise her aa a lifo-long companion,
l'erhaps no very valunblo contributrons
are mado to art by people , who study it
in this incidental, desultory way, though,
sometimes It is tha opportunity for a
gnnuino capacity to manifest itself, but,
u tho gain to ait is small, tha bonefit to
the student is almost Incalculable. And
this is tho aim of those who are now in
terested in tho diffusion of a love of art.
They aro anxious to put this key of tho
cnebtmtoU gardon Into tho bands of ev
ery Intelligent person, and let them
nmko uso of It, if they will. ' Even if it
docs not become a valuable practical ad
dition to, their store , of: knowledge 1
which it rarely fails to do it canhot (
but contribute la some measure to their
bnppluutta. , . ; ,. ),'
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A Hero's Death. .
Bow Oemmodor Hull, of the Constitution, Fact!
His Last Earthly Ensmy.
One day, enrly in January, 1843,
while he was looking over some flics of
hitters, ho said, in the presence of Mrs.
Hull: "If you thiuk my life worth writ
ing you will find all my papers in order
and you will have little trouble." A
day or two after I found him sitting
alone in his chamber. He said: "If I '
am not hotter very soon I shall put some
home questions to you. I wish to spare
Mrs. Hull all the pain and trouble I can.
I wish you to go to Laurel Hill and pick .
out a lot for me. I mentioned it to Mrs. .
Hull several weeks ago, but it distressed
her so much that I dropped it. Let the
lot bo on the hillside, whero tho water
will drain off, because I do not like the
idea of being water-logged after I am
dead." At my suggestion, Mr. Fred
erick Brown, one of tho managers of
Laurel Hill Cemetery, .visiteU him, and
selected a site which Mrs. Hull after
wards examined and approved. Com
modore Hull ordered a vault to be con
structed, for which ho gave verbally a
general plan, and detailed instructions
for building, the corners. He said ho
himself did not care to have over it any
thing but a plain flat st one; but if others
wished to have a different kind of finish,
they might do as they pleased.
After the work was started, he said to
me whilo we were alone; "Now that tho
Laurel Hill business is settled, you must
get an undertaker to come and measure
mo for a coflin. It would not trouble
mo more than getting measured for a
pair of boots. 1 wish to spare Mrs. Hull
as much as possible. It can be man
aged so that she will not know anything
about it." I objected that should Mrs.
Hull learn by chance that tho underta
ker had been in tho house, sho would be
reatly shocked. On my assurance that
would take care that sue should be re
lieved of all matters of that kind, he at
More than onee I requested tho Com
modore's permission to call Dr. Na
thaniel Chapman in consultation, but ho
declined, saying pleasantly: "One good
doctor is enough; I have full faith, in
you." My anxiety caused me to appeal
to Mrs. Hull to influence tho Commo
dore to consent to a consultation. She
objected to Dr. Chapman. At last it
was agreed that I might call Professor
Samuel Jackson. After two or three
visits Dr. Jackson suggested that Com
modore Hull held a too conspicuous
place in public estimation to lack the
best advice obtainable in his critical con- "
ditiou, and for this reason we should In
sist on having the aid of Dr. Chapman."
Ho was culled. After we retired from
the patient's room for consultation, Dr.
Chapman said, in his sprightly manner:
"You are two rascals. You know that
tho dear old hero must die and you have
called mo to divide the responsibility."
Our united attention and efforts woro
without bcnelit. Hi strength abated
daily. After the 7th and 8th of Febru
ary lie was unable to leave his bed. Ho
declined the services of a professional "
nurse. I remained with him every eve
ning till midnight. In the cour.so of
. tho evening of tho 12th of February ho
repeated what ho had said to me a few
days previously: ''I am not afraid to
dio. I have never knowingly wronged
a human being, and to the Dcst of my
ability I have always obeyed my God
and served my country." Ilo was per
fectly tranquil mid slept an hour or two
at a "lime. Awaking about midnight and
perceiving me silting by his bedside ho
said: "It must bo late. Why don't you
go home? There is no reason why you
should loo your rest? I can call Mrs.
Hull if I want anything." Then he fell
asleep, breathing easily, lie waked
again and said: "Doctor, what o'clock
I answered: "Just half past one."
"Why don't you go home? It will bo
all over before Ilaylight. I can dio alov
just as well as not." The next morning
lie was asleep. In a short time his respi
ration and circulation bojcnmo irregular.
I called Mrs. Hull, who was in the next
room! He was unconscious. At twen
ty minutes past two o'clock A. M., Feb
ruary 13, 1813, ho expired very tran
quilly. Dr. HuKhcnkr'jvr in StoiManC
1 i 11
A Matrimonial Warning to Tonng Men.
In the settlements of the Far West,
where fW yet there aro but few women,
lucky suitors find that they cannot bo
too watchful. What a picture of anxious
lovo defending its object agaitwt a siege
of importunities is brought bnfore tho
mind by the following advertisement,
taken from a Western papor:
"Engaged--Miss Anna Gould to John
Candal, City Marshal, both of leaven- ,
worth, Kansas. From this time hence
forth and forever until Miss Anna
Gould becomes a widow all young men
are requested to withdraw their particu
Fkom numerous cases of Dypthuria and
Consumption cured by tho uso of Fellow's
Compound Syrup of llypophosphitcs, after
every known rvmsdy had been used in vsin,
its cflicacy in restoring the functions of Di
gctitioa and Evacuation is manifested.
Mrs. Ira Mulholland, Albany, N. Y.,
writes: For several years I have suffered
from oft-recurring bilious headache, con
stipation, dyspepsia, and complaints pecu
liar to my sex. Blnco using your Bur
dock Blood Bitters I am entirely cured
' PaclG. Scuurr, Agent, 7
" Sevcftoo Lata to Mend.
Thos.' J. Arden, William Btreet, East
Buffalo, writes: "Your Spring Blossom
has worked on me splendid. I had no
appetite; used to sleep badly and get up In
tho morning unrcfrcshed ; rny breath was
very offensive and I suffered from sever
headache; since using your Spring Hlooom
all these symptoms bavo vanished, and I
feel quite well." Price 80 cents, trial lot-
tic 10 ctt. v; " '.'. J1.. t.-r.;.:
r Paul 0. Bcuca, Ajrxt. :
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