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THE'CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1871.
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U. WINSTON k CO,
HEAL YSTATE AGEKT
71 (iiconi) ri.oon) onio levee,
CAino, r ls.,
BUT AND SkM. 11 K At KSTATK, '
f uunisli iADriiAirrf? of Tiri.b
A' I prepare Ciitevaiee f Uiw
CHNTJIAL MEAT MAHKKT
KOEIILEH & MKOTIIEH
llntc- re ono.I .li .
I-01tI.AIt MIMT JIAItltllT,
llrlworn Mn Hi mill Truth Slrreln,
and will kreii cnnslantlvon hand th lx"t mrats
slaughtered in the Cairo market. 'I bey ilelj coin.
trillion, aire idem trial.
Isnlcher mid I.ralor In all Kind 1'rruti
Cts -Vlvr.TirMii avd Poms Hun,
Iidsluhtra ncij.tlif very lrit rattle,
tVlHWfTii'' PTre-d '" fill ny
urinaril ror irc-n m-.i --
BUTCH E IR
ElOHTH STREET, IlETWEEN WaSIIINOTO.V
AMI CoMHERCr.lL AVKNUES,
Adjoining nlneiilioiixp .V Jlnnnj'N.
K'jtp iho Is-st of Ilfcf, I'ork, Mutton, Veal,
l..-.mb, frau'sjc, etc., slid (ite prepared to serve
c t ins In the most aec sptahle manner. scHm
MHS. ANNA LANG,
EIC11IT11-ST., BET. VASlllNOTON A NO COM'
I K 11C I A I.- A V EN U E,
I now receiilng lieautiliil assortment of
Fall Millinery Goods,
IwilldlnK Hats snd Shapes of Hie hteM style
llllilicrs I'lotwr nml I'cnllicrs.
Mrs. Lung Mil also show customers the Isrgss
To be found in the city.
BOUKs, pamphlets, briels, catalogues, neus
i.iors. tax lints, and every variety of citen
s.io pr.nting contracted for. and proinyllynnd
per.ly executed, in the lltilletm book, job,
ar. j i,"paper ' lauing csiauiitiimciu.
I'lBVt or Tilt DAILY lll'LLF.TIS:
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7 t ''iKctat pnptroj AlttmvUr rosnri atvl tiftht rif.v ot
f urijf tut oanMormiiiinviiAgsr. uuiwis;
meU-aicaU yjurnnt; im4, but fmtlrmi out
;-Un on olt intyttt oj intertu? ta tht piifAiet
viti attfft anl tncr(ntir ctreuktioi, the lUtltt'
tin toliall tht JxifrintVt of inttUigint rtaitri ami
niterprulnj butint$ men.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY IIULLKTIN.
John II. OUrly A Cn. nave reduced the nib.
acrtfition prife of the Weekly Cairo llulleti to
One tyAlarp trimum, mal;in It tho clienpedt pa
per fiiiblnhed In Southern Illinois.
UCMOCRATIO COL'.NTV TIOKKT.
"WILLIAM MARTI X.
Uv the late censti-, the total populu
ti.nof Illinois h LVVW.SIH . Of this
number, 28,5 19 are colored pcivon-". and
j 103 were born in foreign countries.
In view of the elections in Ohio and
l'eiitieylvania to tluy, ku-kliui-m lias
beet, looking up for come days past.
Hepi.rt-, of outrages by the ' k!:in"h:ivc
been notably ecurco of late in radical
ruber?, but it hah been too powerful an
agent in past elections not to bo preyed
in'., -erviee now. Accordingly, tho u.-u.
al Wes of ku-V.hu: nQWh' are now
being poured down the people's throats.
I'r bably, having been ened up in the
fame way so often before, the pre-crip-tii
may fail iu its elTcet.
Tin: UKKiN of the lire king has been
destructive and tcrrinlo within the last
few day. The (ires in tho woods and
fwauip in tho vicinity of Green Hay
and I'ond du j,ac cotiriuc (i,.rctJ al)(j
unchecked. Feucegf fariI, buildings,
orchard, thousands of tons of hay, live
Mock and towns have been burned. Iu
Hoin, on Friday ttst, the freight
nt.ld.ngs or the Filehburg railroad
burned to the gttmud and Mits Ada It,
,ai e'jpikt 0c . , (v,.;,.,,,
department, perished it, the flames. At
' " UU"J r-viiiuui vonecri, a curlni,. ;,.
tho liall tool: fire, a panic eusucd, UI)d
many women and children were tram
pled upon and badly crushed. In
1-raneisco, a .Mrs. Hart and her roveu
children wero burned to death by the
uapioaiou oi a Kerosene lamp
Jtriyhton, Waw.. a .Mr. Ilabcock was
fatally burned in the (lanies of his own
varnish factory. J our telegraphic
iiowu will bo found the details of the
fires iu Chicago, which are uppalliuy in
their utter deBtructiyencss,
The "WnslilngU.n CViromWfiiomiimlej
OojrgoJO. Ilarnnrd for tl. presiJency.
EJ-Tho Now-Vork Standard, Inlcntoly
r.tillcnl, unys "Vcnnv IvH,l,n hn "no dcm
osrntic flntomnn i C'lmrlcs 15. lluclit-
low, formerly '" l"r "ml " "m" "fn -
euUiironntl iiM'll.- JIl ,!' W'y of
nomiimifon f.-r I prdMency."
a r l v"fy to nn Interviewer
pirtv iiiui Jofenl O rant" iiml mention
fa'rliii.vler I'olfox n ii nominee.
Tlie New York Aimi y tlmt dun.
(Irant l m longer lieW I" tho lilgli esteem
In clileli lie win once rcgnrUi'it ly tlie
A tiicrii iti iieoiile. In fact, wliciover 1 1 1 e
iiiiiiin i mentioned, "it Is mot rcrtnin to
tirnwike, Instenil of niijilniix', only jeeri
-A Kijveremlfoloretl gentleman of New
York t il v wa elcxted l.y ii district He
mililiriin Atoc'iiition n. n delcsnto to llio
Hvniciie Convention. Utit tlio Assoeiation
ntL'lecteJ to send litm n railroad ticket or
ii notice ef tho time of depalttire of the
ilpWiitiim. w hereupon, llio colored cm-
Z0ii met and "rcolvea- lllnl a -uireei
Insult hn been put on them which they
will not ioon forget, find when tho timo
come?, the proper norson (hall bo called
toaftrict nccountnWlity for the amc.'
Yullow fever I epidemic nt Tumpn
The medical locicty of tho district of
Columbia refuses to odmll colored men to
-It U believed there wero one hundrod
thousand people present on tho grounds
of tho great St. Loui fair on tho rotirtn
Fow jx'Mone, when reading of tho
extension of tho tramway ytcm, think tf
thoori-'in of tlio word. Tram Is only an
abridged form of Outram, the first deviser
of these iron roads having been Mr. Out
ram, n Derby.-hiru gentlemen of scientific
attainments, n relative of tho late Sir
James Outram, whoo statuo on tho
Thames Kmbankmcnt was recently inaugu
A picture of life In .Mexico: Two
gentlemen of tho highestrank In society
meet in the evening in u street in tho capi
tal. " What o'clock is it, sonor ?" politely
m I; s tho llr.t. The other stops, draws his
revolver and covore his interlocutor, then
takes out his watch and gives tho desired
information. Number ono thanks number
two, without tho leatt surprise or remons
trance at thu measure of precaution.
Tho Taylor-D.vidjon fountain, tho
gift of Henry Probusoo Ksq, to the citj of
Cincinnati, was unvailcd in the presence
of ii large concourjo of people on Friday.
Addres-eii were mado by Arch-Hishop Pur-
coll, Hon. Win. Groesbeck, Jlr. Probascc,
Hon. Ferdinand, "Vm. Mullcr and others,
One of our country exchanges does up
funerals in th'm style: A foutteen year
old girl, daughter of died onSunday.
Wu hoar tho furiier.il wa an imposing
Upper Siindu-ky, Ohio, has n lona fide
ca-oof hu'band-poisoning. Tho husband
was old and superauuated and possessed of
onio mcno. The wife, many years young
er, was tired ot her lie.slmnd mid wunted
his money. .Shu eoncocerted with her bro
ther and ii traveling doctor to anticipate
tho course of naturo by administering n dose
of ttiyrhnino to tho old man, which was
done. Alter hu win a widow she ungrate
fully refuted to pay tho doctor $200, his
price for helping to put tho "Id man out of
tho way. Tho doctor expired tho wholo
ntl'air and all three aro imw under arrest.
NOTES OTTIIK DAY.
England employ 70,000 glovo mak
er.. A Detroitjelevcn year old girl chews
A new water proof cloak, of boiefed
lilk, lined with rubber, has been invented.
Five dollars and ii ft v ecnti mi cvorv
hundred dollars is tho lax rate of Phila
delphia. I!y no particular request, Blondin will
repeat hi dance of death nt Niagara next
Hy reason of n convenient holo iu the
wall oi llio jail, a nusmirgiar named
Small U tit large.
London has had n ''Temperance Crick-
ct .Mutch.' Tempeninco men indulging
in n bowl !
Tho Jlinpodiir of lioiiinaniu has u
beiiiitifnl and accomplished wife, Imt the
Mexico, Mn., U tin happy homo of a
cotipluwho hiivo buen married thrice mid
Tho Itogers Eoeouiotivit Companv of
Titterson . ill snoii bo cnnblo inturn out a
locomotive a day.
A I.ouii-vilhiin tried to hang himself
but before iitiitn accomplishing tlio deed
repented and bawled lustily fur help.
The I'.ev. Dr. Lord Is delivering lee
urthoii Moses." nt Dartmouth College.
Hut there appears to bo no rushes to Ilium.
- Tho thcrmemeter nt San Francisco ro-
cently run up to "11 degree, mid tho Inhnb-
itanu complained ot u "lieated term.
A considerate nrenn.erlmliir ulnveil
Hear me. Norma.' before llio Hartford
Deaf and Dumb Asvlum ilurliie n wlinin
. f. "
A little elrl lif tblrlnnn ..nt .fi.st b.iu
been presented by her fathor with n small
I'uwh oi ,uuo acres in a corner ot his buck
vuadlo play at gardening in.
Throe brother 1 li lawn tintnnil Vi-
wards liavu tutt mniin ti,,. .iiuvori. i.n
..,. ..1U nun, k, mi esiinu ni ncotlanu
worm i-eventeen millioiij of dollars.
" MifS VllUStrv of Wntlivllln ),,,. tn
cured u cool ten thouand, as tho price of
.lii.ttn.... l..l1tA,...l ... 1. . .. .
v.u...us,j luiutiuu uii nur nucciions. And
wneru uiiyiit waslivlllo be ?
il ,r"""tref. " of the wealthiest cities I
VIISJ I'll. lllLVMl'' It firvr.lllt.llnr. ..I P. -fA
nei v1 rl Y,.lmlI" ( t30.000.000 or
-A sad uccldont occurred on tlio old
nd hud be c 1, ctTorTw e,C,n!l,U nr,",f'
common comic, , b,,"1', or! "f ,,h?
removed the oU rue 10 L, m ,e! 'l'"1
one of tho cable, br k vl.du , yo l,;r,Uy
vn on tha bridge. , lH"!u
dUtance of thlPty f, 'T f f .te'
Thoiiia, Calllgnn u'ud .lamu 1. !. U" S
im il" ' 1 ?.no or "10f'-' the others
ii. luvMiMiiy inc.
JUDGF. W.M. 0. HOW-MAN AND THE
T(h. ntllnr nt Ihe Cairo llullctlr. I
Among tho sovernl names mentioned in
connection with tho senatorial vacancy,
mured by tho death of tho llon.S. K.Gib
oii, I know of no person whoso claims nro
moro deserving than thoo of Judge in
G. Howmiin, of Gallatin county, and ni tho
late senator was n rosldoTit of that county,
it would not bo Improper that the candl
dato should bo selected from there. Judgo
llottman 1ms been idontifled with tho in
terests of Southern Illinois fot twenty years
nml Is tliercforo well acquainted with tho
want" of this portion of tho state. His de
mocracy is abovo reproach, having with
stood tho storm during tho period from
lfiCl to 1S0C. I can vouch for his purity
in this respect. Again, ho Is n gentleman
of recognized ability, and his personal char
acter is without n blemish. If honored
with tho portion, I feel that he would
carry our btinncr to victory and serve the
people faithfully and nbly.
SKETCH OF THE FUHLIC LIFE OF
HON. S. S. HAI KH.
THE EIGHT MAN IN THE EIGHT
Ironi the HprlnRllttd Illinois Stnto ltel.tcr.
Hon. Samuel Snowdcn Hayes, tho dem
ocratic nomine for congress at large, is n
native of Tennessee.
Ho removed to Shnwiicetown in 18.18, and
has ever sinco been one of the foremost I
citizens of tho great stnto of lllinoi".
In 1813 ho moved to liito county, and
wa elected n member of tho legislature
from that county in 1810 nnd 1848.
In 1617 ho was elected n member of tho
convention which framed the admirablo
" constitution of 1818, " which was ratified
by an immense popular majority.
In 1850 ho removed to Chicago. Ho
was nppointcd city solicitor in 1851, and
in 1802 was clcctc'd city comptrolcr, which
otTico ho held three rears.
Ho was appointed bv Secretary of tho
Treasury McCulloch ono of the commis
sioners created in 1805 by special net of
congress to examine, and report on tlio best
modes of taxation, und to fromo n revision
of tho revenue law. His scrvico in this
apacity was so eminent as to elicit tho
Dccidl'thanks of Mr. McCulloch, nnd his
report, immediately upon publication, took
a nigh position bel'oru the public nnd U
used as u text uook uv an puoncisis aim
students of tbo subject ot taxation, in
18CJ he was elected a member or tho con
vention, and ho originated nnd pressed
through tlie convention may oi tno mosi
important provisions of that notable instru
ment. Mr. Hnv.4. n.s will bo seen bv this brief
sketch, has spent many years in public life,
yet ho has not been an ofllco seeker, but
ruthcr been n servant of tho people. His
reputation has lieon acquired, not in nom
inating conventions, but in faithful, hon
est and intelligent public service. Ho
has had occa-iou to study tho mystery of
tho science of government nnd tho funda
mental principles of organic law. Hold
ing important position! connected with
tho immenso llnansial oporntUns of tho
citr of Chicago, from 18CJ to 1605, a period
wiicn corruption was rue, nnu wnen tue
attention of the people was directed else
where, no taint of mnconduct rests upon
him. Even tho most recklei nnd un
scrupulous partisan opposition press or
speaker never dared to hint that Samuel
S. Hays Imd been accu'ed of any fraud or
corruption. .Now at tho ripe ngo ot fifty
year.-, with every faculty of his mind de
veloped by study and slfarpcncd by expe
rience, the democracy of the statu call up
on him to bear their mcssago to tlio repre
sentatives of tho p'ople of tlio United Sta
tes in congress usotnbled. Tho nomination
is a most lilting one, for our candidato is
fully acquainted with tho wants nnd wish
es oi' our agriculturist'', merchants and
Tlie iticstiou of taxation is tho absorb
ing oue'of tho ngj. How to rnUo revenue
upon tlio democratic principle ot equality
to all men and to all in bcrcst, how to ex
pend money upon the democratic principles
of lioiietv,'und a strict construction of tho
constitution, nro tho questions which wil
continuo to bo agitated until they are set.
tied In accordance with thoio principles,
for thoy can bo rightfully settled in no
other way. It is not too much to say,
that upon these, mtestioos our candidato
has expended more profound study, and
lias Had bettor opportunities lor re-earcn,
than nny man in tho state.
Togother with his associates upon tho
speciul revenge commission, he went to the
root oi tlio matter. Every known and
many novel metnods oi raising revenue
we. j fuilv di-cifsed, with nil tho facilities
of abundant time, unlimited opportunity
for rcsorch, and access .t all the opinion's
oftheir.osi enlh'htciiod minds, who have
puraucd tho subject. Tho people of the
state of Illinois puv a large per ci'nt. of
llio interim! and customs revenue, nnd n
still largor per cent, of thu taxe which,
in accordance with tho republican accepted
system, nro laid lor protection.
In ciimrntexloniiiK Hon. S. S. lliiv- to
represent thu entire state in congress, tlio
people will bo persuaded that they will
oe represented by a man oi wnose intelli
gent, zeal, honesty and capacity there Is
no question. 11 Ills wise couiieul ulid ills
mighty argument idiould prevail us they
ought iu congrei-J, in lcs than one vear
from thu date of tills election tho people of
the state, and of the United States, would
bo rolleved from tlio enormous taxes for
protection, and from all tho burdens of
unequal and partial revenuo taxe-
.Mr. Hays U n free trader, as every man
must bo who follows the promptings of an
honest heart, or who examine the subject
of a tnrill' with intelligence. Ho not only
holds to the resolutions us enunciated by
the committee, und that purt ot thu Morrill
resolution adopted by the convention, but
to the whole of that resolution Willi H
radical sentiment on freo trado. Upon
tlmt pint form he intends to inaKo the can
vass, mid ho Interprets tho platform by
the sentiment expressed iu the original
Mcrritt resolution. For it was evident
Unit tho sentiment of that resolution, be
fore its modification, was undo reed by the
convention, und that it would liavo been
heartily adopt od had it been pressed to a
voto in its original shape.
ONKhTAll JJlrTEKKTIl rilOM ANOT11EIC.
When wo look hieh wo seo somo stars,
and wo can scarcely tee tliom because they
urn dim ; but if wo look down wo sco much
brighter stars, shinning if. n lower spuorc.
And those stars that strike us tlio least,
and those that shinu tho brightest, have
all of them tliiir appointment from God.
Hut these nro of littlo coiisquencu In com
parison witli tho realities of truo relig
ion, For, let ii person bo born of God.
whatever station lie may fill, ho will fill
that slnto -cannot help it nny more than
tho sun shines upon It ho will Hid that
Unto in ii child of (Soil, liccausu tlio light
of tbo glory of (Sod shiuui Iu his heart
through Jesus Christ our Lord, llo that
bus that light must shine us u light in the
, world, ifoicliiml Hill.
THE FinKS INJHE WOOD,?,
(I rom (no SI. Paul rrcis, O.-t. 5.)
AH day tho heavy veil of smoko frt 1
tlio burning prairies nnd timber In the wes
tern portion of. tho Stnto hung ovor tho
city, and If further evldonco were required
to prove tho existence of n widespread nnd
devastating conflagration, it could be found
in the 'lilckly-falling cinders w'dch wero
borne l y thu winds from tho distant woods
and prairies, At scornl points through
out the city tho sidewalks wero blackened
by theso silent mcssongcri from tho scone
ol'tho great fire or great calamity. Every
group of men assembled upon tho street's
discussed its duration nnd damage, or
hoped for tho rain which alone seems eapa
blo of Impeding Its march or stopping its
From gentlemen who arrived on tho
5:15 tmfn, last evening, the gratifying In
telligence that, whilo the damago Inflicted
is very large, it has not been so general ns
had been supposed. This unexpected im
munity may be attributed to the precau
tions of the settlers in cither plowine;
around their premises or starting n system
of ''back-fires" when Information o'f the
approaching dancer was first received.
nut, in spite of every precaution or cllort,
the total loss will be n sud record, nnd ono
which falls with crushing weight upon
many who have built homes upon tho
frontier, only to see everythiti!' swept
away at n touch from tho leaping, blaning
Conductor Guthrie states that his train
came through without difficulty, but fires
ero sun raging in tno poat beds lroni
ltrecklnrideo to the Ilk' AVoods. Tim
main flro had swept on to tho south, and
boyond the observation of those, travelling
on thut lino of road, but tlie nvidonccs of
Us vlit nro found everywhero nlontr tho
rout iu the blackened fields or lliimlne;
Approaching the Jtlg "Woods tho con
flagration h discovered to bo under full
headway, but making slower progress than
upon the prunes, owing to tho greater
moisture nnd the leaves. Near Smith
Luke Station and west of Howard I.nko it
is raging fiercely. Several houses iu tho
vicinity of Dasscl Station have been btirnud.
nnd here hnsoccuredthe only loss of human
lllu so tar as lias been inccrtatued, tlio par
ticulars of which are given in tho letter of
a correspondent published below. List
evening tho lire had reached a point this
side of "Wavcrly, only forty-nine miles
distant from St. Paul.
J. 11. Atkin-on, Esq., of iorest Citv, nr
rived last evening, nnd furnishes iulercs-
tiiii tmrtiottlurs. lie savs it ntinrnr like
tiro everywhero through tho Hig Woods
osier down ns avcriy. ine dummage
sustained by tho people of McLeod Counts
is much less then anyone would suppose.
Tho ground in somo jilaces f probably at
the peat marshes) has burned down to a
depth of five feet, and tho tire $60111' still
bound for "Oil or China."
A gentleman named William, Arm
strong, living about four miles from Forest
City, was overtaken by tlie lire before lie
mailo uny preparation for It, nnd every
thing ho hud in thu world, house, furniture,
horses, cattle, stacks and agricultural im
plements and machinery, wero destroyed.
An esteemed correspondent sonds'tho
following uccount of the lira :
"Hutchinson, Oct. 3, 1871. Smoke,
smoke, smoke. My eyes are most out !
Wbnt n day we havo had I 1 have ju3t ar
rived from Mankato, whore I nttuiidedthc
Methodist conference. To-day our com
pany passed through 11 ro nnd smoke, even
to thick blackne-s in somo place. The
wholo prairie for miles was iu Humus nt
different points along our route. At Now
Auburn tlie pooplo wero plowing around
the town to stop tlie progress of the raging
element. And well they ought; every
thing is so day that the ground itself in
some of the mn'rshes was on lire hours af
ter tho grui.s had burned."
Another correspondent furnishes inter
esting particulars in the following commu
nication, writt.cn yesterday on board tho
down train :
On IIouiu thgTlsin, 0t , ,
Sr. 1'Aii. A I 'a. i,u Jl.lt. )'
JCtlitors St. Paul J'ress :
Fires nro still riigiug in tho Hit: Woods.
All the prairio country between Hreckin
ridgu and Darwin eem3 ti muss of cinders
and ashes. A thick smoke hangs over the
whole country. Most of t!. f irmers iiuve
taken proper precaution, utid have saved
their stacks, buildings, Arc, though many
Imve lo-t their all. At every nation w'o
hear of tlio loss of stacks of grain, miles
of fence, and horses and cattle. At I.ltch-
Uuld und oilier stations telegrams ure re
ceived hourly from frightened wive.- whose
homes nro in the llig Woods, to nil-hands
who nro away working on tno road, to
come Home, tlie names uru nenrlii'; the
"At Dasscl we hear that last night a
Swede by tho name of Conneaut was
awakened by the ilames, saved his wife
nnd two children, and in trying to save u
part of his littlo furniture was overcome
by tlio smoke and ilames, mid por'nhed in
the ruins of his homo. All pray for rain,
and unless u kind Providence should
V"iich-afe to nend them a bountiful supply
soon, if really seems as if tho country wa's
"Fort Abercombie narrowly escaped de
struction by fire a few days ago. A prairie
lire was ui-eoverei making its wmv Willi
wonderlul rapidity toward tin, turt, and
the entire gurro-ou win ordoted out, and,
with blanket-, the men fought it oil', und
saved the buildings, hay and wood. Thuro
were 00 totih of liny and 800 or 000 cords
of wood near tho fort. This was all saved,
but no ncourute statement in regard to the
condition of thu blankets bin been re
ceived. IN WISCONSIN.
Milwaukee, Oct. 4.
A correspondence in tlio A'etr to-duy,
from Green Hay, says tlio tires which has
been raging iu the woods between there
niid Lake Michigan lmve extended nurocs
Fox Itiver, and cover n strip of thirty
miles iu hhawano und Oconto counties, to
tlio largo lumbering towns of Marinette
anil rushtigo, which nru threatened with
destruction. Thu llrcs now raging covur
llirco iiiotisnrn! square miles oi country.
One hundred futilities havo been burned
out of house und home nnd home, nnd the
refugees ute in Green Hay und other towns.
At least one hundred families mo in equal-
1 . fiu liiul .n,l 1 1 ii ill lliillkfi. burn, tun,.
buildings, bridges mid fences, und abso
lutely everything was sweiita wuv Thous
ands of squiiro miles of vuluablu pino for
ests liavo been ucsiroyou. jiears and oilier
miiiiuils liuve been driven In dismay from
tlio woods, nnd nro fleeing evory dliection
across tho fields. The entire population
are fighting the lire, but without succe,
mid many havo fallen suffocated by the
neat ami smoi;e, auu nuvo neon carried bv
their comrades to places of safety. All
supplies of food throughout at least ilftv
townships hrve been destroyed, and star
vation oi man nnu oeast during the com
lug winter slures thorn iu tlie face.
irAn extra from the Oconto Lumberman
olllco reports mat tue nro on huturduy hud
reiieiicu ino waiiione mm uny Cemeteries;
but littlo damage was done. On Snmlnv
the excitement in tlio Stiles and Ponsauke'e
districts, from 6cvcn to twelve miles above
Oconto, wus intense, 'llio lire ran from
Stiles in n sotitiieuiteriy direction, carry
lug everything beloro it. 'Ihreo or four
farm houses, hay nnd grain, uml two log-
glllg ciillips wero umuovcu, ,l J.clglis
twenty men by hard work saved the mill
South of tlio Oconto Jtiver three families
lied for their llvos. Their houses weru
burned, mid more were in duugcr.
The fires, nccordlng to last oecounls, nro
spreuuing nnu uoviisiauiig mo county,
I'lomthcbt. I'aull'rtis, Oct, 5;
A gentleman who ranched this clt y
yesterday morning from tho In'crlor of
'Wisconsin stutcs that nil Tuesday night
the stau'o passenecrs for Hudson wero .n
sight of burning tlmbor. Tho pino woods
between .Menomineo nnd Hudson seemed
to bo n mas of llatncs, nnd thu reflection
of tho fires wore discornlblo long after they
nau in;-cu iiho mo open prnlrlo country
bordering on tho rivers.
A eorre-pondent nf the M lisnn I Wls.i
Journal relates tho following:
i esieriiay mo dill inst. in crossing.
Empire Prairie, between here f.Madisonl
und Portngo City, cn route to this place, 1
encountered flolds of smoko that well-nigh
smothorod tho organs of vision. This
smoko is said to coino from tho other side
of tho Mississippi, and n railroad passon
ger informs mo that thero Is at this time
n belt of flro extending 300 miles through
lown. iiilu passing on the train to Mc
GrcL'or. yesterday, ho saw tho devourinc
clement sweeping over farms, destroying
stacks ofgraln and buildings, and tho peo
ple vainly attempting to nrrest the progress
of destruction. Vint amounts of property
havo already been destroyed, nnd there is
no doubt tlmt tlio bllndiiiir smoko en
countered horo comes from tho source of
A NEW MINISTER roil HAN HOMINflO.
The Washlnctoii corrcnondent of tho
Cincinnati Gazette says thut Mr. E. It. Ja
cobs, who was ono of tho correspondents
on tho San Domingo expedition, is nn ap
plicant lor minister re3iuent oi linyii rice
.Mr. ilassot, tho present rcpresenta'ilvo of
our uovornmcnt tit Fort-ati-Prince.
Mr. Jacobs would mako n superb minis
ter to llnytl, nnd wo hope he may bo ap
pointed. It may possibly bo objected to
him that ho does not speak French, nnd
that Sage, ond himself could not get along
very well, but Is n dilllculty that might bo
oinlly overcome. -Mr. Jacobs possesses a
western vigor that inaks itself understood
everywhere, and that could not help mak
ing nn impression upon .Mr. Sumner',,
model present. Ho is lut tho man for
Hfiyti. lie can ride a bull or n Dominican
horse better thun nny man on the island,
and, although he knows very littlo about
French, ho is a magnificent Spanish sliol
ar, having become, thoroughly versed iu
that languapo during tho even week ho
spent in San Domingo; for instance, in our
company he went into n shop in San Do
mingo City to purchase a bird this is how
he did it: '! sav mister, wlnitco vou nskco
for daleo birdie'' '
At lint the pestiferous house-flies are
to meet tho futo thev deserve. Tittnville.
Peun., hn- invented a reliable sort of llv-
paper. 'Ibis fly-paper Is covered with
nitro-glyccrinc, gluu und molasses. Thu
ilies, attracted by tho mola-'os. alight, nnd
are stuck fast to the glue. Should any got
away, nicy proceed to nib their legs to
collier in ecstaoy, when tho friction of
their own shins causes tho nitro-glyccrino
a inering to ineir lout and limbs to explode,
blowing them to atom.
u iioi.usai.i: .'uci:ii.s.
li. SMYTH & CO.
W 11 0 EES A L E GItOCE ItS,
onto L V E E
c.v i it o. 1 1, 1. 1 ois,'
A'so, Ictep conslnntly on hand n moil com
plete stock of
SCOTCII AND I11ISII WHISKIES
-O I N S,-
Port, Maderla, Sherry nnd Catawba Wines
I) SJIYTII A CD. sell evasively for cash.lo
j t. wnicn i. in iney invno ine epeoii.i alien
Hon of ,'loie bjra n bu)er.
Special attention 'jien iu Filling Orders
KELIAIILE (IIFT KNTr.r.l'ltIE IN
I N V A L lf A It L E fil V
To l.o distri) ii'i d in
Xj. td. srnsnE's
l.'i.'nd IteauUr Monthly
fJ 1 FT EIsTKHPllISE,
To 1,9 drawn Monday, Nor.!, U71,
l uo Crutiil S'lipilitlH or K.I, OOI) cneliln
Tiro prire, fl.ooo ; Hive prlrn 850; Ten jintei,
si'ai, no iu iireeiioucks.
WHOLE NUMllKI: CASH (IIFTS, l,UO0.
One lioise and ll"K?v, tilth ilvcr-plalcd
l,nrii,.. Moih... fiVO Ni
nc inn iir.seMoo.i nnwK w. rin ""s, w
Ten I'ninil) Pi iiiny inacnliies.eaeh worth loo OJ
l ive heavy cased (iold llunlini: at"he,
nnu 1,,'Hty ,,oiu i iiiini., uorllieiK'H . .. v w
Itn Ladles' (Sold Hiintiuii watcties north
encli I'm bt)
I..;thl hiimlred (;ii. 1 uml silver lever liiiul-
irix Hiiu hci (in ail) ivoitn irom -je to
Ladies' (iold l.eomlno Chain. Oent's (inld Vest
enaniK, Niiier-pi.iR.il cantors, noiia silver and uou
l,loplal,ui table nnd teasonons, ivory itanilled
dinniir hniies, -ilter-plnteil ,liiiii"r forks, silver
vest iliailis, iihotouruli 1 nlliiiins. Indies' uolil
broastpins. shirt stinln und sleeve bullous, finder
riuK-, B"i'i pins suver ,'xi,.isi"ii,i mo.
Whole number ki1o, ii issj. Tu kits limited to
Agents wanted In sell 'llckcuto whom liberal
premuuns win no paid,
siicgli, tiidiels II ; six tickets; tiulve tickets !lo
.l.." .Htiliuilll 1. Illll ,IS. Ul JI',l?S, 1, UK'
serilillun of tho llliintli'l of drnwlnv. hii.I oilier In
foriil ition In rofvirnei, to the dlitriiuitloii, will be
sent to nny ,, nn orderiuu them, Alll Intters must
bo addles, ed In I.. II. HIM;, liox sij.
1,11 n c, Oinonnati, U
li wen bin si. iK'tiuawiyr
U. I ,
I. 11 !:,. IX
WALL J 'APISH, 'PAINTS
I'ully, Itcii.liie, (iiisollne.
Ami tho eelubratcil illuminating;
1IUO.SK' Itl'thDl.NO, COH. 1 lTII-ST. A COM-MIUtCIAI.-AV.,
A DMINISTlt ATOll'ii NOTICMi.
IMato ef AiiK'litn IVeil.dMeased.
Thn undersignid liaunit boon nVpo'iited nd.
Inuislnitor of tho estiitu nf August.! Weil, latu
ol Ihur.iimty of Alexander nnd stnlii of Illinois,
ileeenseil. hereby (,'nes notieo ho will iippcnr bo
torn tlie county eonrtof Alexander county, at the
court hoiisi, In euro, nt the Novouiber inrni, on
tho a l Moiidiy In Noi ember, next, at wliluh tune
nil persons having claim njtniiHt mid estate iirs
iinillled and re(iiestcd to upend for tin, purpoio
i,r havliin tin, snini, adjusted, AH persons In
dents"! to tnid estuto nru remiested to mute Ini
uiudiuti, piiiiiantii, thu unilorsiuned.
, . LOl IS lll.ATTAU, Ailm'r.
UatD'l this loth day of rk'picmber, lbTl
COUNEK SIXTH and WAENUT-ST.
(l.'ntranco on Hitl..jt.,)
COMMEIIC'IAL-AVENUK, olTOslITK V. O.,
Tin: I1ou.sk is N i:n.v I'tnixisiiKi)
And oflers to the public flrst-clat i nccoinmoda-
lloll" ,l rnnnni,ln wo.
Cor. Wiisliliintoii-iiv.iiiiil Illli-Ht.,
W. G. CAEY,
I'JUNCIi'AL UNDHItTAK Kit.
c s ,
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SALES EOOM, No. 13 SIXTH STltK
.Moot SiUTeHsfnl, l'i,iuliir mill rerfccl
Ol ite- ifr.-( irw ot r w II kn-vut
Ilotharoof the siipru'.t onstructioti, uml
easily managed that we iiiirniiteo tnein toijive
ENTI HE SATISFACTION.
As no artlrle in the household lias a greater in
iluenen In nromotinir I he. health, eomfint und hap-
nlness of tin, firmly enele than the euiikinc
stove, it is economy us well in policy to j;eti In-
very uet i nnu in uihk ino
Vou eon rely on wetting tho most siicees-ful,
tllar nml petfeet eouuiiiK slole i er in.ul,'.
I'.i'ici iti: niton. i;it,
You are nlnnjs sure of having Juicy, Tinder and
iii'iii'i'ius jiei isiiiuey, cuieueii, nun), t.nvi's. ei,-.
( bi,ii tin ,, V
CI J hiiJ ill I .N, Muin-st.,8t. Louis, .Mo.
AND AM. UVi: STOVF. DHAI.KIW
C. AY. 1IENDEHSOX, Ajront,1
i. si . si i (iii a. vr Tit ki:t.',.
LM-MlUltANT TICK ll'l'S
FOE SALE, ) I'orKulo i .'oj HALE,
I Vet Sal,, I '
FOK S A LE. J i-'of 1 FOll HA Llv
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londonderry
Faro from (Slahoow,
Faro from Queknstown
CAIKO, ; t : : t : : : $ I 8 . 'J 0
Sallord, Morrni A Cu , snnts.
I.litrpool" Neiv.Yuik and I'lilladclplua
CSlilll CONTBACr WITH CMTCD STATI"AM UBITISII
I'OH i'assaTTe tickets
on ri'HTiicii isroPMtTiosi
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, AfiT.
16 llroadway, New-Voik, or to
II. II oil lit,
Washington AYfnne, Cairo. Illinois. J
SIM ILIA PLMlhiui StTII ANT I'll
HAVK proted, from the n,., t ,,
II 11'',', Hn enllre oicnps, t .
t.ni.'ii nt and H. luilde. ' 1,,,. ,,,
I ( Itn" ,. il. Hi ml 111 ed 1,1 ,,,,,
ide ill : in. m.,-- .111 .n-t 0 ii
i ii t
so lutl lull - ,1 , . , ,' free fi , ,
(Hide 1 1.1 I. '.I iij 1 r. In,' 1.
, til'' I, li' ei.ui rt, nt Iti.ji . ,.
n'Hsis ti ,,'lcr s.it 'ti...lir,u
I, Cures I 'ei-.. '.in sl
l oriim. w .nn I.
ry Iiik "I e ort. ' . I m s
llli rlioen, of h , Ir. n , .i I nd .lis
llysi nler.v , kii .ii.'. i. Iiotia l .Ii;
4'liolerii. eolds, bn.n.. I,,li;s
."cur. IkIii. toothiclie, fietr. he
m -..i-n. sii- ,,r i'ii,i;iii-, , , 1 1
"J"!" l"'i, i,,iuii- s.'iiii.'ii. .,.,.
niiiiiiresscii.or l.a.iuiii . r.o ls
t liftes, too profiise prri..s i
S'roiip.eouKh, d III. ult breathliiK..
Suit Itlieiini, Iltrslpelas, Kruptiuni
llllrillllllllmil. rltenm.tfe ,in,n ...
I everimilAu'ilc.elilll lcler,ni;iiety
Piles, blind or IjIcciIiuj,, U
4,litlilriiiy, and aoro or weak eje' '
('a nri'll, neuie nr ehronie, I ti ft ti iir.IV
AHIIIIIIII. OI,IIIL'eil brpnlblny h
I.lir Ilis llll-i.'.. liomirri lii.nrin.V
Hl'rfll'lllll fnliiionrt ntnn.l. in.a "j
"' """ iii Hiiiiy, pnysicai weai:
Nea I ell 1 1 ess sleknesa from ridin
II Id lie) -Dlsens,. (jruM )
.-Nervous It lilllly, seminal tin
, ns.liivolunturr ,nsi Lnrnis 1
I'lvcIIoics wits cneJJ v al rf p .w
very r.e os-iry in smioui car s,., j
Sore sioiltll, ranker....,,,
I'riunry enluiess, wettlnit be 1
I'll) 11 1 ill crluiN, with spasms
MltlerlllKS, t . Ir.-UJx of I fe I I,
l;illeny .spasm. nt Vitui'danee 1 u,
Dlptliei la i; , n I s.ro II r nt
I-A.MII.V ( AM.s.
Ill It.", (o tin luruc vlult. nioroceo
or nivi'H nml case, coiiliiliilni; a
s,eelllc lar ever- oiiilliiury ills
ense a limilly is subject lo.ainl
lioolis orillrertlolls (lot.l !1 ) ti i.
mn ol. r I nitilly nnd 'i'ra t I'lliiu i n es,
!iituS Hum H'J In M
(. i. ill. tur sll I'rlvate lllsenses,
i-,il, ,,r S'nrliiK ni. I mr I'reven.
!! IKHIIII. 1,1. ,11 T Jl J nr. 1 !:' . '
- ........... .,. (.,.un, .(.H r. ...
I'U.M- - I. l it SI I'
Cures luin. llriiie. I. imeiim. Sorenc.s. !' i
I iirnit, sprl.i, T.. tin. he. l..ira he, :,i r .,
ItlieuiiiMtmn, l.nmbait". 1'iles. II Is, Htiuj; '
Sore Ke. Illeciliinfof the I.jn.'s. N . ! .
aeh. or of Piles. Lurus. I'l.ers, Of I f res.
riiee, i, or... oo ets.i nnts. si 'n O'liri-. Sr. '
'JThese remedies, ex.-ei.i pi r ' Kx ru. t
oy me, fftae or sinjc.e iix, sre s. ni i j any p. rt
iiiei-otilttrr, by mall or expres , trco of cli
on receipt ol the prire. A. bin is
in jiriiiir.in -1-r.v.in,.
lionr.oi'ATiiir mkiuci.nl co.
Olliee and Depot, No. 5ii llroaday, N;w V .
Koit sum: uv p. ticiini, caiiio, ns,
it vtoiii:i.oii'.s ii.iiuitvi:.
This s'trerb HalrlJve isthe arsr iiTiitWoBl
Perleetlv Harmless Keli&Llc and InsthsDte:,a
No il;sait, ntmcM. No Kid ulr us Tints cr I ni
............ t,. a it . I,.,..1
Ila r live prduei IMMKIM VT'.LY a tpltnl '
Ilia, k '! nat ir.l llroun. I'jes net Sunn t
s.'i. but b ivesthe Hair Clean, N,ft and Ileal'
i.l H.eoi.'y 8afn ind Trtfe, t I ye
,lllv..i. Iruuists. l-a,toiVliiIlcnl.Ktsei'
Sew V.,.k. iat.)Jlde: Unlv I
ON MAltltlAG K.
Kays f.r Young Men, oa Rret Hoelal V.r
in I Abases, uh.Ii inieilere w,tn Marrtaze, sn i
ru.n I lie happiness ol thviands, with s
ii.eans of tiii.f fur tlie Krr nff nal 1'r.fliinat
llsra-e j and ilrbd.talesi. Hinl in trail J let!
nri'f, fn" o! eliare, A ldres, I10WAI
VH-iOl lATlON, No
N.n.li atrc t, I'h.ladr
ph. a, I'a
sep(l Jul ,
IT CUKE AND IT PHEVKNm JJ
15Y DK..I. II. SUM KM K, M I).
M .r.r 'ili'ii". n I i vb lift i!'' tair it r.:
! atli iis'-n- win ntlior fs-iusiiu tl.an lli nv -t
i-f kniwn mui tndt-niUb-r r-r -. -in.-!-. : ftr
Ijhiuj nf nr und d:.xr V i.-nmy nnj (r .
i-it,.iiiif tno rfrtnmk'M ul j u - h.l irMci. l.i. j
!!: joiumi ij. nciirArKKnii'u:
1 t en:
f , V .l'll t It a. I 'lVtt f
lit i . k lia1 t.i hir w i ii tit vi li that
rr.. ruvi.f uiri-itl t tlaji.-, tlmt vlul-
U), t'jr till iiiimJ.c1i.c-i uml lit iCs.i t.-ni X r Uwlr f
l. . i qill'k 'i.'! ll-to Id-ultllfLM !j T t
IU"'!. l't II, ti JHlin U l 13 IMTSIH'I IS UlitUU Il
r'i-ri-cntaiiu tti it Ii not u tliouvttnl times i
f-t.itstljh '1 1)7 1 1 "i-f nnd tiiMj wrk. Tho
ttivny f tits' mo hy r. fcent nek' rae'llrtnc
I t.ln,u ui it li unfall ntr. Ito itlophr ro .
i.uinwndurutut.'Ml. Itiix.lfuiurluj,clixis- I
I hi m-3-wpoI Tunic and Mandrake IM1U are Urn
f.-t twti wi'jiiMtisi tuili hicii tLi citinifl ol tln
maiatjr I urMllcd. Two thli Ji f tho uiwi of t
ii'fitsumi.tliin iirl 'Iri.'itu Id (ItU"I-1j iiful li I line-
In inali-f liw.)rtltrisl It nr. iVItlt (hlsi condlllotl
tlio liroist iul uli?i "riiii;Ltlilcu" lh tUe .
tlomacti. Tikv mi.nd In ttii morblllc uclton
! lutl lircr, uero iiiimi omiH iiiu cuuituiaiuit;
rs-tult, mist the Moling tn, wm ult Its 0litrct-
Tho Maflnitfl Tilli nro r-mi-M of nno of Na.
tint-'n ni.!ct clft tlio I-ttii1lmn I'd lata in.
'i'Uvy iM. ni lh Ulmnl.M-nrtliliiir, nltenitlru
linifviliiM ii! uit'juiL'i, but, utillku ciutmeli IhvT
LEAVE NO bTIN(3 nciIIKII.'
Tho work of euro Is now benlnnlns. The vltls.
led uml iiiticiiisileisislt In tli,ibow,-tnint In tho
luimciiliiry c-liiai nro ,'jueieu. , uu ,it,r, ,iu
li clock, 1 wound i,p. It urouses from Us torpid- P
Hr. Tim st.iinurli nets resmrlvelr, and tho
pallet!, ovinia i nmv ,,u fcv...us, M-
A isTI'I'I.Y OK COOD I1I.OOI). :
Tho Pea-weel Tonle, In eonlnnctloii with tlio
Tills, is'ruieulL'i und usalmllutes with llio Iwsl,
Chrlllleutliiii Is now ir,,Kresiiur without lis pro
vl'.iis tortures. niirL'.tlnn becjins iialnleis.und
the cure Is seen to bent h init. Tliero Isnmunrii
tutuleiice, no exacerbation of tlio tt juiuch. An
upisiitto sets In.
clren by u,i Imminent fuiln r t MiCc-rinu num.
hilienek'a I'uluionlo syrup conn's In to periorni
Its luiii tems uml n luisuiii nnu ci,i,iii i,,
cure. It inters in onro uikiii us wors. nsium
. ... i..t ,.lii.M,fl. It f.,llrr-ts nml ripens thn
tiniflired nnd rllsoased iiortlons r mn iuni(. i
........ ..ili.rlnn, I, ,itrtnsn llinm f.ir v
Jllliiu .iiiii,., hiiiuti,,,,.!,, - ', -
.......i.....,,,.,, nml In, In ii vi-rv stii.rt t mo till
luiil ntir Is vaii'iulshed. tho rolleii throno that It
occluded Is renovated uml iiiadu now, und thu
.....i..,., in nil thn illimttv of ri'i!iitiieil vigor. stelis
I hi tli to enjoy tho manhood or womanhood that
r.ivr.N VI' AS LOST.
Tho srenwl llilng Is. tho patients mint star in n
r .inn i. eiu nml they net well i It Is uliunst lui
lmsiiilo b, pruvent lukliu cold when thu limits
lire ilisensuil, but It iniit ho prevcnteil or ii cuio
can li. t bo erected. I'rcih ulr nnd rUllnR out.
esiienally In thu section of tho country, In tlui
fall and winter season, mo nil wron I IiJil
elans who roeoiiiinend thut course lose, their pa
tients, ii ineir mops ur vt..nr ' '., , ... , 1
i t down unlet 1 iney inu.-t wins m ,u. " ;
ns iiiueli uml us fast as tho Mreniilh wl I I nr. , to
l.el up a irood circulation of blmsl. T ho lerijj
imi.t lie,.i In Rood rplrlts-bo teternilned to Ki t
well. Mill has a ureal ileal to do Willi tho iipptf
tit Mind Istluiiireat pnluMo t".iln. ,
T,, despair of euro ufter null uvldencn pr lis
poll,illty in tho worst cacs. nnd nioml er
iulnty In all others, Is sinful., Dr. M hi nek s wr
sunal ituti'inent to tin, l aciilty of his una euro
was In these modest wordsi ..... e
".Many years ui-'o I wus In tho laat stnires or
rmuuniiitloni eonllned to mr bed, und t pro
Hum my physicians thouKht that I could not live
li week I Ihen.llko u drownlnB man catchlnir lit
straws, 1 heurd f und oblulneii tho prepurutlons
ilVli h I now ntT.'r to ttm public, nnd they undo
ii perfect euro of mn. It seemed to nio that . I
enuld leel them nenetiato my whole, ajrstc in.
They soon rlpcneil tlio uiatter In my '"h"'".".!
1 wiiuld spit up iiioiu than u pint of onciislro
yellow matter every morning Mr a Wn tlroo. .
ism-iiisi, lin.-y un, ill mu
lever, i;iius, iiim iiiH"- r"1 ''"" ..7 i, .
ine. and my unpetllo heeuiiio so creut that w.T.. I
wltlidliuculty limi i comu sun, ituu. v... f
mncli. I soon Kiilned my strength, and liuvo
,!r.VrVa,.,;?e,,L.!!,edr tiloiiiy after my recovery -ndded
tho Doctor. " tlieii looklnit llkn a mere
skeleton my woluht "as only ninety-sen
IHiuiidsi ray present wc nilit Is twohunured ul d
IweiitHlvo ail) pounds, und fur years I havo en
inyeil uninterrupted health." .,.i
Dr. riehmick has discontinued Ids professional
,-Ln. in s'nw.Vnrk ami Huston, llo or his tun,
llents at their olllen, No. IJ North Hlxth M.treet,
Dr. J, il. Hellenes. Jr.. sou eoniiuuw in i"- ,
, ,l,i,ls,,lllin. Nil. I' Nnrtl, Hill Ii sitreet. '
I'llliaucuiuiii, over? nuiuruiir nuiu
Those who wish a thorouftli ciainlnallon will!
tho ltosplrometor will bu charged fi. Tho Ilea.
p ro u eier ueeiares mo exiov'-o, "i"""
luniis, nnd patients can readily leaiu nhethor
they uro cuniblo or not. , ,, .
Tho directions for taklnir the .medic nes nro
lidupted to llio InlelllBeneo oven of ii ch Id. 1 ol.
low thesu directions, und kind Nature w 1 t o
rest, oxeeptlnit that in somo cases llio Manilrako
I'll li lire i to ii) taken In Ineroased dosesi tho
I eo Iiiodlclncs need no other ueuoinpanlinents
1 1 m III" iimplo iiiitructlons that , uccompany
mi I'lrit crento nppctlto. of returning
i"1.1..,'. ,f. ........ ti,n tiihftt tv.deoinn avmiitom.
"via." li e'.ines ns It will come, let tho despair.
t oneu uooi i.
thu nluht sweat Is
iiljutuT.' In u hort, timo both ol theno luorbld
iir. siclieneU'i, medicines nro constantlykopt In
tensof thousjiuts of fainllles. As li luxattvo nr
iiuriiutlvo.tlioMandrnko I'lllsiirmi standard pre
haratloni while tlio riilmonlo Hynius u cum
of couiihs und colds, may bu regarded us n pro.
Phyl.ieterlo Uk'ulit roiauuiptiou in uuy of Its
Prlob of H'O I'ulmnnlo. Byrup and Pca.wced
Tonic, SI.Mii bottle, or M-W.n half doien. .Man.
iiruko l'llls, i", cents a box. 1' or Olio by all Uruf