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8. S. J1AYES.
IIBMOCKATIC CfirNTV TH'KIIT.
Kor Twiner unit Cullejtur,
CiuuAtio had seventeen elevators
Six of these were burned and eleven
A l'HOJIINKNT Nf.W
broker prophecies that the Chicago
calamity will bring on tho most awful
panic the world has ever known.
Tin: (ioi.co.NDA JIkhai.ii apologizes
for the offence it committed in desig
nating .Judge Howman as a republican.
The insult was flagrant, but the apology
Sr. Lous JIXI'Kcts her population to
be increased by tens of thousands of the
burnt-out families of Chicago. The
question of building houses for the
new-comers is being agitated.
Jay Cookk, tho Philadelphia bank
er, says that with the exception of the
rebellion, the burning of Chicago is tho
most terrible calamity tnat lias over
happened to this country.
It is stated that four prominent
houses iu Chicago have exclusive
agents iu Kuropo to buy (iornian
cloths, Knglish carjicts, French silks
and Hath hosiery ; and the importa
tions during September at Chicago are
known to have been exceedingly heavy.
Foreign manufacturers, in addition to
" middlemen " in New York anil Hos
ton, will thus be involved in heavy
losses, in the event of the failure of the
IT IS A NOTAltU; rA,.r tllU (!cuorai
Grant's most urdei.t suiter., among
men iu public life, are all met, wj,q
went into the i-ervioo of the government
poor, and now count their wealth by
....il: CM ! I M.I.. t . ,
.milium,, miuniiuu ui wiiui, .pcahcr
Blaine, Hen Hutlcr, Morton of Indiana,
Senator Harlan, and a host of others,
might be mentioned, all belonging to
this class. It is well known that C! rant
himself hus accumulated a princely for
tune, iu one way or another.
Ahout two ykauh aoo tho state
legislature passed u law requiring ull
foreign insuranco companies taking
rifk in the ntnto (o tlopo.'it 8200,0(10
in the ntc trcastirv. Only two com-
tviiiies coinulieil with 'he law' tho
Liverpool, London .'inil Globe, and tho
North HritiI nml Alcrenntile. JJoth
have piiflcrcd largely hv the fire, but
the latter have telegraphed to their
manager." in this country to give five
thousand dollars to the Chirajro Mifler
cr-". and to settle their loct tiro mil
lion ."en hnmhnl llummml dollars
promptly, by drafts at three day'
TlIK ItKI.VIHKHK StANHAKK lit'-
iiouiico' lion. S. S. Hayes, democratic
cuidiihte to congress from the tato at
lurte, n a democrat of the A. II.
Stephens "stripe." This is severity
boiled down tho mot insulting clnrge
that could bo made against a live man.
If the S'mi'farJ had called him a fool,
a dull a- of the Beveridge kind
shallow pated and light-fingered vc
should have passed the charges by un
noticed ; but to class an Illinois demo
crat with the A. II. Stephens corpses of
the Southern Bourbons is an insult so
grovious that it cannot be tolerated in
silence. The Mmulund should in
stantly retract its insulting charge.
THE LESSONS OF THE FIKE.
Ami now abiiltth faith, born and vbirllv. but
tho greatest of theao In charity.'1
As the fire in Chicago is the
greatest known to modern time, so tho
exhibition of charity it has called forth
has never boon equalled. From every
part of the civilized world to which tho
news have been carried by the telegraph,
comes back the answer that the great-
eat of the virtues is alivo iu the hearts
of the people. Cities, towns and vil
lages of the union have como forward
to the relief of the sufferers. There
was no waiting to see what others would
do, no hanging back because the offer
ing was small, no sentiment of envy or
jealousy of Chicago's former greatness.
Nothing but the most generous desire
to help those so suddenly and unex
pectedly made to need help, lias shown
itself. Sympathy more active has never
been known, charity so nunificcnt has
never excited the admiration of the
world. And not in our own land alone
have the people been thus
stirred by the calamity. From for
eign countries also come offers of
liberal assistance. People who
could not understand the talc if
related to them in our own tongue
many, perhaps, whose knowledge
of the ruined city began only with the
terrible story of its fall, have contribu
ted their offerings for the relief of the
houseless and homeless. The specta
cle is one calculated to make us better
pleased with humanity, to strengthen
our faith in tho good impulse i of our
common nature, and assures us that,
although the christian world may be of
different tontruos. nationalities and
habits, yet its great heart beats toward
a common center, that of love and sym
pathy for mankind. The burning of
Chicago has been n charity sermon,
than which a "renter one never was
And the great tru has given us more
than a sublime exhibition of charity.
It has taught u lesson of faith to the
world at larL'o faith material, moral
and christian. Tho material faith is
fchown in the confidence of the people,
I.ntl. nf III.! 1 .1 t. 1
I vulvitis mm uiu wnuio country,
natural resources of the city
the importance ol its location, and the
aids of art and mechanism which con
tributed to make it what it was. are as
surances that it will rine auaiu and
soon be built anew. The moral faith
is shown in the confidence of the busi
ness men of Chicago in the generosity
and patience they expect of the busi
ness men of the country. They show
no fear that any will hko advantage of
their position to pibh them to the wall
.Serenu and confident they con
template the situation. Their chris
tian faith is slnwn, to use tho words of
Mayor Mason iu hi., proclamation to
the city, in the humbleness with which
they submit to the terrible calamity
which in the providence of (iod has
overtaken them, and their determina
tion that, with His help, order, peace
and privato property shall bo preserved.
And last, but not least, wc have also an
inspiring example of that blessed senti
ment of human nature which men call
hope. The charity so generously ex
tended to the fallen city, the faith felt
of its ultimato restoration, has con
spired to generate a fcelin;
of hopefulness iu tho future, which,
radiating from Chicago, is now ex
tended far and wide through the coun
try. Wo see the city again built up
fair and new, but better and stronger
in its second growth than iu its first,
The trial by fire, out of which the Gar
den City has como maimed and well-
nigh destroyed, will teach the lesson
that the beauty of stability is more im
pressive and noble than mere super
r"'iul l-Tuiidncr. Hy the light of hope
we see tllu homes and the busmen
I'Oiucs, the whooi, t(0 cJmroi
th temples ol jslicc liml o( ftrl
adding beauty and statelines, to their
surroundings and hear the voice of pos
terity, credulous of the destruction
which once laid Chicago low, hay, Hu.
'hold the city which our fathers
' buildcd:" Ho mole it be.
THE CAIRO DAILY
DEATH OK Vll. WM, GRAHAM,
"I HA VK TAKEN TIIIHTY OKAINS
OK MOIU'HIA. "
fKrom tho Mt. Carmfl (111.) Demccrnt.)
Tho citizens of our town wcro ine.x
pnusiWy shocked on .Monday evening liift,
10 learning t hat Dr. Grnlinm
the point of dealli, Ida situation luperln
ilticfd byn large doso of morphine, which
iu im. when, u no niiiHoir stated, nml m
lie informed his frionds In a note that ho
left on hi table, fur tho purpose of end
'g his life. Ho lout ,.0no to hU ofllce
with hU brothen, Col. Ornhain, the latter
passing into tho houso to toa; as tho Doc
tor fulled to come to the table, his brother
went into the ofllco between live and six
o'clock, where ho was horrified bv finding
him under tho Influence of morpliine. A
note he had written stated his purpose,
and eave directions as to tho dlsno tlnn
of his body, and nn intimation that tho
death of his beloved wife, several years
since, hud loft him nothing furthor to live
for. Everything that medical skill could
do, aided by tho unflagging attentions of
a circlo of friends, was unavailing; ha
quietly expired about halfpast twelve
o'clock the following day.
What tho immediate cnuso of tho
committal of tha net may have been is n
subject of conJectu.ro: tho predisposing
reason wns doubtless as ho himself stated.
Few men in our community would bo
more greatly missed. His genial deposi
tion attached to him many wnrm friends,
while his foibles wero not of that charac
ter which aroused enmity. Of these, latter
n morbid sensibility wns tho greatest, nnd
through It his feelings wcro at timo sore
ly wounded ; nnd whnt shock they re
ceived, which caused his dreadful resolu
tion to ceao to boar tho Ills ho knew, but
rather daro tho others that ho know not of,
many nnver bo known. And, surely, we
cannot wholly blame tho act of him who
can never more define its provocations,
Each heart must to some extent measure
Its own limit of sull'erlng; and "what
Goto did and Addison approved" may not
alwnys be utterly blnmcd.
Dr. Uruhntn located and commenced
tho practio of his profession hero in l&O'J,
wo believe' AVhen tho war broko out ho
went into tho scrvico as n Surgeon, and
romaincd in it until thoclo3oof tho rebel
lion, when ho returned hero and married
his wife, who died several years ago. Ho
was about forty years of ago at his death.
Ho has constantly enjoyed n lucrative
nnd suces'-ful practice hure, and look pe
culiar pride in his profession, particularly
in tho surgical branch of it. Ho had also
n refined lovo for the beautiful. His of
fico was ndorncd with rnru plnnts and spec
imens of natural hiitory, all arranged with
tho nicest taste, and surrounded by theso
objects uf his solicitous aire ho breathed
Ills last, no was oi generous uisposmon ,
a genial, entertaining companion j a true
friend. Hi casual iisocintes of Monday
saw nothing unnsual in his demeanor, so
well he kept enfolded, the miseries of his
"I was a child, and 9he was a child,
In the kingdom by the sea;
But wo loved with alovo that was more
land my Annabel Lee.
For tho moon never beams without bring
ing me dreams
01 tho beautiful Annabel Lee,
And so nil tho night tide, I lie down by
Of my darling, my darling, my life nnd
In her sepulchre there by tho sea,
In tho tomb by tho sounding sea.'1
Let us consign hU memory to that chui
ty which "ihinketh no evil.''
' The following i- tho nolo referred to :
Oct. Oth, 1871.
As it is necessary tint I explain tho
oauo of mv uction, I will do so. 1 do not
wi-li to live longer : i proiur to cue. i mo
bv mv nwn hand. I do not wNh any poii
mortem examination of my body after
nth. I know thnt I will bo con-ldorcd
ii . insane; nut ll i am insane i unvo ueen
so since tho deatli of my wife, as I have
meditated tins sulcido ever Miice, nut it nas
never completely taken jio-se-sion of my
mind until to-day. l desiro my remains
to lie pluccd in n mctniic case, and placed
by tliu side ot my dear wile, l would iiko
u'box large enough to contain both cases.
Ai- weii'Cfe tine in life, let ua sleep to'iether
iu death, and totether eomc forth in ihe
resurrection. 1 desire that tlie ltev. li .
llughey should cotnohcre and preach my
fu.iuraf, as he understood mo butter than
nnv utio else.
1 do not think that mv life hus been if
vain. I huvo prolonged human life and
relieved human Mill'orinir, and I have por
feet confidence in a just (iod rewarding mo
m tne iiitiirc.
1 have tiiUe(n) !!0 grains of morphia.
A MODKST AlTHOIt.
IIAWTIIOKXK AM) II IS JIAhTKI! 1'IKCK
TIIK HUM- KKATUNd OK TIIK M'AKI.KT
1.KTTKH " THK.V TIIK1IK ML'ST UK
SOMKI III NO I.V IT.
During Urn whole winter when tho
"Scarlet Letter" win being written ho
cemcil much depressed and anxious. "As
there wti- u Unit in his forehead all tliu
tune, .Mrs. llawthornn said, hut she
thought 11 was lrom some neeuniarv anx
iety, Mich a-sometimes alleeteil that little
household. 0'io evening he came to her
and raid that hu had written something
which lie wished to rend aloud ; it was worth
very little, but us it was llnLhei, lio might
as well read it. Hu rend aloud all Unit
evening ; hut a tho romance was left un
finished when they went to bed, not a word
was men said atioul it on either side.
lie always diMikod, .ho said, to havo
anything criticised until the whole hnd
been ictd. He rend a second eveniii''. noil
tho concentrated excitement had grown so
i;reav won sue couiu scarcely hear It. At
last it grew unendurable ; and in the midst
of the i-cciic, near tho end of the book,
whero Arthur Dimmesdalo meets Hester
and her child in the forest, Mrs. Haw
thorne fell from her low stool upon the
lloor, pressed her hands upon her cars, and
said she could henr no more. Hawthorne
nut down the manuscript and looked at
hor in perfect amnzement. " Do you
really feel it so much t " ho snid ; " then
there mut bo something in it." Ho pre
vailed on her to rlso and to hear tho few
retiming chapters of the romance. To
those who knew Mr. Hawthorne's Im
pressible nature, tins reminiscence of her
will havo no lingo of exaggeration, but will
appear very characteristic I she
had borno to tho utmost the
strain upon nor emotions beforo yielding
Tho next day, she said, tho manuscript
was delivered to Mr. Fields, and the next
morning ho appeared early nt tho door,
and, on iielng admitted, caught up her
boy iu his arms faying, " You splendid
little fellow, do you know what a father
you have I ' Then ho ran up stairs to
Hawthorne's study, tolling hor as ho went
that ho (nnd, 1 think, Mr. Whipple) had
sat up all night to rend it, and had como
to Halem as early as possiblo in the morn
ing, Sho did not go up slnirs, but soon
her husband ciuno down, with fire til his
oyiH, and walked about tho room a dlllur
entman. 1 havo hesitated whether to
print till brief narrative. Yet every
thing which illustrates tho creation of u
grunt literary work bnlongs to thn world
How it would delight mall, if tho Shake
penro Societies ware to brln to light a
description ilko this of the very first read-
BULLETIN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1871.
ml? kl."I.ttCb(!tth " f r of " Hftm'01 '" T"
' ,i. , n J', i ,lt, 'Iln. s!,mo "i
S";enr io tin; birih-hour of tho "Scar-
.ei seller. T, W.JUgginton.
Til EI It HIS-
Tho existing crisis iu Utah lends inter,
est to tho following sketch of Mormon his
tory, furnished to tho New-York Jlerald
by Elder Earneit Lilo:
Joseph Smith, tllu prophet and founder
of the church, was born in tho stato of Ver
mont, in the year of our Lord 1805. Tho
designs of Heaven wero first made known
to him at tho early ago of fifteen, when he
was informed in n vision of tho utter
npostacy of tho primitivo church. Sep
tember 22, 1827, Joseph Smith recolvcd
from tho hands of a messenger of tho Lord
the golden records containing the ancient
history of this continent, written by va
rious prophets, and concealed by Moroni
In tho year 120. Joseph was then informed
that ho was to bo an instrument in the
hands of Ood to ro-cstiiblMi His Church
on tho earth in Its former purity and lioli
no. Tho prophet then proceeded to
translato tho golden records.
1830 The "Church wns organized.
1833 Our peoplo differed great perse
cution in Independent Mo.
1837 Eldors nnd prions were "sent to
the different nations of tho earth in order
to establish the " Church " throughout the
18:18 Persecution raged. Tho prophet
was betrayed into the "hands of hl ene
mies hy a second Judas a professed
friend. Shortly afterward Gov. Uggs. of
Missouri, isi-uol his order of extermination,
followed by tho mnssacro of n number of
our people iu that State.
1839 Tho people began to build Xau
1811 Tho corner stono of the Xauvoo
Templo was laid by tho prophet.
lau .loscpn prophesied that our peo
ple would bodrhon to the Rocky .Moun
tains. 1811 Tho prophet and his brother weie
murdered in tho prison at Carthage, 111.
During an eventful life of thirty years hu
was arrested, tried and honorably aciiuitted
over forty time', which so incensed his en
emies that they shed tho blood of innocent
men. lleforo going to prison Joseph said,
in a prophet manner, "I go liko a lamb
to tho slaughter, but I am as calm us a
summer's morning, for my conscience U
void of ollenco toward God and toward all
men. It shall bo said of me, lie was mur
dered in cold blood.'1
1815 A large mob, bid on by two Chris
tian ministers, attacked Nauvoo, and a bat
t'o was fought.
18 1C Tho exodus from Xauvoo began.
A Mormon regiment wns sent to Mexico
by order of the United States.
1817 President Young entered Utah,
known at that time as the Great Ameri
1817 Tho mob set tho temple in Xau
voo on fire.
185'-' Revelation on polygamy first
mado known. Since thnt time wo have
caused Utah to blossom as tho rose, reared
tho most moral city on earth, and, w.lilo
President Young lias governed us, known
little or no crime, withstood two military
expedition", have been applauded fur our
firmness and called by tho London Tom
a nation of heroes, an'd I bee ntlirm tlmt
wo are a loyal, law-abiding people, and de
sire nothing more than tho prosperity ot
ORSON PRATT THE MORMON ELD
ER IN ITS DEFENSE.
The following is the closinc portion of a
discourse delivered by Elder Orson Pratt
in tho new Tabernacle iu Salt Lake Citv
on the liOth of August last :
Much miiilit be said in regard to tho
doctrine of plurality of wives. There is a
Utlcrcncc between the male and the lemalo
solar as posterity is concerned. Tho fe- I
male H so capacitated that she can only be
mother oi a very limited number ot chil
dren. Is man thin capacitated? Was
not.IiK.ob, the patriarch of old, capable of
raising posterity by all of his wive, '.' He
certainly was, and were notinunv of the
ancient prophots and inspired men capable
of raising twenty, forty, fifty ..r a hun
dred children, while tho females could only
raise a very limited number on nn aver
age? In tho resurrection, when tho
four wive of Jacob como out of tht r
graves, will he dicovor three ol- them anu
only keep ono ? or will thov all multiply
and spread forth their dominion' under the
old patriarch while eternal ages shall last?
Ami would a monogami-t have power to
Ull a world with spirits sooner than a
polygamic? Which would accomplish
the peopling of a world quicker, provided
that wo admit thi eternal inereas and the
eternal relation-hip of husband and wih-,
after tho resurrection as well as this world?
In that state they do not marry nor give in
marriage. Why? ilecause marriage is an
ordinance that lias to be attended to here,
and unless it is secured in this life fir
eternity it cannot be secured in the resur
rection i for they neither marrv nor aro
given Iu marriage there. They
do not baptize after tho resurrec
tion, they do not confirm and administer
tho ordinances pertaining to this life after
the resurrection. All these things havo
to bo attended to hcroj then wo 'have a
claim to tho bles-ings hero and hereafter.
It a man would obtain an eternal increase
and eternal kingdoms without number for
posterity to inhabit under the dircc
timi and control of him who i- King of
Kings and Lord of Lords, ho must secure
the right to these blessings in this l,f...
N hen Adam and hvo wero married thev
were married for eternity, froi the vur V
act that they were united together beforo
they ' fell, Ichiro death entered into the
world. Death was not consid
prcl in the inarnngo convenant.
Ihe first example of nmrriago
on record was between two immortal be-ings-two
boings who would have lived
""V "" if,thu-v '"ia oUinned-and the
mid of that niarriago covenant would
"lv" 'l0V7 Cl,'l'i but, not withstand
ing this throughout the Christian world
where tho marriage ceremony is perform
ed tho minister savs i ..; .' . ' ' .
man and wile until 'death does you tenor
atoi when death sepen.tcs voo thn '.;.
rb.ga covenant is at a., cn'd. Can they
live together alter the re,.rrection bv vi.
,w v,0w.VTV.U m"1'1' ''J' "i'pirsd
men No. Why? lecuso they were onlv
, - ""', ivucn unit como
I in, linn rilllri mil .
, r, "V, convenant Is no
u..kc. u...umK, ii is nut legal in tho sight
in Hiinvnn lop nl;.. i... . n
, ',, , : v.,lllv. nut, wncn a
man Is united to a woman by virture of
that priesthood which Im, power to seal
on the earth, and it is scaled in heaven
heir marriage covenant is not dissolved,
but it will stand be good and lawful m
uiij, iii:igiiiiij uiiuures, just ilko the cove
nant entered into by our tlmt parent!
i or nans von nun Mm,.. n.n....
Pratt Is rather ciittiu-la,tic and fanatical
in n n lueas to Mipposo that Im
mortal being can multiply, but 1 would
..,ff3n i.iy , muv I UUIU
.a.... 1 l " iiifk iiiiu
nvvim .iininQra or uenosis if tbecoinmniid
f "hrh w fl"t given to multiply was not
B l tw immortal being, who had not
tut fallen? if.
therefore, two immortal
bclncs were then commanded to mil tlnlv.
why should It bo thought incrcdiblo that
immortal bolngs wero then commanded to
multiply, why should Itbe thought Incred
ible tlmt immortal beings who aro rahed
from the grnvo and restored to all that
which Adam and his wife possessed before
'.lie full should have tho power to do tho
Then, again, it oftimes happen that a
niohngnmlst, or the tn.tn with but one
wife and soon. Now if wo admit the
eternal covenant of marringo between
tho first air, two immortal being', and
that they wero commanded to multiply,
thon if tho samo ordcVof marriage Is to bo
continued and wo becomo Immortal, and
all tho man's three wives who havo died
In succession como up out of the grave,
must he divorco nil but onoor will he have
thorn all? And If ho must divorce and
which mut ho divorco and which must he
claim ? Does not everything which i
consistent and reasonable, and everything
that agrees with the Ulblo. show that plur
ality of wives must exist after tho resur
rection? It does, or clso thero will boa
breaking up of tho marringo covenant.
C, AM) II,
O.vkoi' Foiis'K y's Ankcdotes How Clay
S.s'L'iuiKi) RceiiANAN The Old Timk.
From Col. Forney's " Anecdotes of Pub
lic .Men,' In last Sunday's Wahingtoii
Chronicle, we copy the following : Clay
and llueliatian wero botli In tho United
States Senate together, and the latter was
one of the lenders ot the Democracy.
Clay did not conceal his dislike of tliu
Ponnsylvanlan, and sought every occaion
to show It. Ono momorablo day ho roso
and mado a studied attack upon "tho Dem
ocrats, and especially upon Gen. Jackson.
Mr. Ituchnnnn was put forward to answer
him, which ho did with his bet ability.
When ho took his seat Mr. Clay roso with
well-feigned surprie nnd sarcastically re
marked thnt " ho had mado no allti'ion to
tho Senator from Pennsylvania. Ho was
rcl'orring to tho leaden, "not tho subordi
nates of the Democracy.' Upon which
lluchanan took the floor'and said that tho
Senator from Kentucky win certainly in
error. bccauo lie had tioiutcdlv and re
peatedly looked at him while ho was
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A'so, keep ronsluatly on hamt n mot com-
pletfi stock nf
SCOTCH AND IH1SII WHlljICIKS
Port, .Maderia, Sherry and Catawba "Wines
R SMYTH X CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
. uhich filet thov invito the esnccial ulln-
tiuu of close h.ir.ua buyers.
Special attention ijivtn to Filling Orders.
IIIHlTS AMI NIli:s.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKKIt,
llfteen Wnsleimtnii Avenuo and l'nplur Street,
OA 1110, ILLS,
llools and Mines Mmln to Order.
Kino Workmen Kmplnyeil,
CITY SHOE STOKE
HOOl S1U11T FACTORY
sin r. ai.i.m v inu
It 0 O T S A N 1) S II 0 K S
niniiicrclnl Acniic, 4'orncr of i:i:lilli
I I AlUIMUli
AU ATTKNTION 1'All) TO AM. OK'
1IKKS 10 H HOOCSKtllTS AND SltOK.
COltNEIt 8INTII anu VALNUT-ST.,
(t!ntr.,tico on ixtli-nt .,)
I". .1. 0k3s, "I
II. O.CwIy, V CI.VOI.N.NATI, OHIO.
0AK1. CADV A CO. fronrlf tr,r,.
COMMKKCIAI.-AVK.SL'K, OI'I'O-I TK I'. O.,
Thk lIousK is Nkwi.v l't!UNisin:n
And oilers to the public lirt-clnss nocotninoda-
rinn hi rertnnniii tHin.,
GFvXKHAL UXDKKTAK Kit,
tor. WnililiiKliiii.iiv. nml lllli-.!..
AV. O. OAKY,
I'll I NCI i'A L 1 JXDKHTA K K H .
if u -z
I - S
l. u s
:c 3i mil
Ii if tW
I i H LTVA.IIfl U
P X 5
SALES KOOM.No. 13S1XTII STP.E
im.mujjiant Tu itirrs.
FOK SALE, ) K'.rs.ic t K(JK SALE,
I l- r Mile J
FOP. SALE. J fofSniS I FOK SALE.
Fare from Livr.iti'ooL.
J''aro from Londcndkukv
Faro from (Ii.asoow,
Faro from Qukknstow.v
TO OA1KO, :::::::: 518.20
Sntlord, Morris X d , Knit-.
I.lwrpool', ew'Vlllk hd I'lillmUlphiu
USUI CONTEAOT Mltll C.MII.O lt ATT1 Ml BUTidl
FOH I'ASSAOK TICK KTS
OK 1 1 lillll II IMOBMITION
APPLY TO .JOHN G. DALE, Act.
1J llroadwiiy, New-Yoik, urlu
II. II Oil fl I,
Wnhlnctnn Aenno. Calm, lllindi" i
IIKAI. KSTA l l'. A(IK.T,
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
71 (SKCONI) KLOOK) OHIO LKVKK,
IllJV AND Sf.u, Hkai. Kstati:,
PAY TAX US,
FUKNISII AHSTKACTS OF TITLE
A I prepare ConvevaiiceH nf KnuK
CKNTHAL M HAT .AIAIIKKT.
KOEIILER & J?R0T1IKH
Hae reopened tho
l'oi'i i.iit .iiimt jiAitiii:'r,
Ilelceii Mnlli unil Tciilli Sli-ccts,
nnd ulll keep constintlyon hand Hie hut ineuts
slaiiKhlerod in theCtlro market. Tliey del) coin,
potltion. (live them n trial. ept2lif
JAM KS KYN ASTON,
llntclicr mill llculcr In nil IIIhiIh 1'rcsli
CilllNIK .S'lM-TteMII AMI rill'I.AIlStllllT.
CAIIt ), ILLINOIS.
BUYS und slaualitors only tho very tint rattle,
hoc.niid sheep, and Is prepaid! tu fill an
ilviiinviV for freh meals limn ono pound to ten
thousand pounds. .liivjoil
Ayn niMirii f
Eioin it Stkkbt, I1i:twkkn Wauiiixcito.v
A HU Co M M 15 III! I A I. A V KN U EH,
Adjoining Itltlculiwiike tV IIiiiiiij'h.
iChii ilu be't ol Heel, I'oik, Million, Veal,
l.umli, sjiuiiiUiio, etc., uud nru prepiiieit to serro
eitucns In the moil acceptable inaiuier nfil'H
SIM1LI A Sl.MILIlll'S CHUN!
HtVK proved, froi i
ieie e, nn entire t i
htlieienl ntei Hi liable.
eior nerli Hy H'lnji i
Pie II! ll III".', vi" ' I'lt
So httl ml' 'i- 11 ' i
tfflell" t,. !'i b .'
Oil Ihe b it i ''
I, Cnre l'c ci".
" M m ills,
3, " t'.l litu '
4, " lllriliiicn
I i, . in i
Ii i A iniiit i
r i len un i k I
" ' l) ciilcil .
li noli (
ii i nu
7. " f 'lliili.ru. i il 1r III h t
" cnr. IkIii. t'jiillin be, foin In
15, " llciKlnclica, K heAi...c he, ell
III. ll .In' I 1 1 r . ftfrulmif b
II. " Slllirfiscil,e.r pi lillll periods
IK, " V liflc, too priilupe p n.i.
la, " I'ronn. eniiuii. il Hi nit brenthu
II 1. fcl. ...a.. .... I'.... .....I. - L-....I.
II, " IIIii'IIiiiiiIIhiii, rlii'iiin tic pniii
17 l tll.,k i.t ...l .... ii...
li). " I lttiillil At-tli..i lull leter.iiu
Is, " lilit iilriny, nnd soro or weak i
l'l. f'll-II.Kll n..l.,ih ...Hi,.
VI. ' i lliiiililllir. I'miifli ifilentenli
il. " .-.-.I lllllll. tit, t.. I l.rnnrli 11
--, . .. tHt "i mi mini iiriti
SI, " Serollllii enlaiui litlnnds, suejl
Kl, " (iciicral llchllll,', physical
i!''. " II rons v mill -emilx' !v r. I j - ri
r,'ii .--ii'itii ih t. Kiies- ii.iiii ri
-I, it nine) .iiiseusc (iraiel
lis, crolls 11 lilllly, em mil
i n-. In. I iril.irv ii.r biirire-
I'll cllo C, t CIU it . I of p
i ly lie i - ry .n r r e in iuois
T, Kure .Month, tinker
I rlinirt VI call ", hc'I nt I
ll. I'uliiliil crloils, w Hi upspin.
I'A Mlllcrlnus, t i, .ii,;-, rf I it.
U, Cpllces.l ,?p,i i, f Jinn,
ai, ll p I Iter In , t . "i I r re tiir
I A. Ml I.V AM s.
ir:t."i in mi In rye 111 I k inoroccii
or loscuooil I'lisc, con till ii i lit: n
siHclilc lor inerv oiiillmiry ills
'use a 1 1 1 i 1 1 - l-siiliicl to, anil
lioiilis or illrci'lloiis lluiri (1
mi, .11 r liiiull, u.iil'1 rmi'lliiK a i-
vi I., mum , jn nil
"I. ii' ii.r n.i I'rMittc lllscnsc.
I. ,1. I ,r flip i, I . ... ....
I Hi .lllli. I.t. J, , J , ; ,
' ' s
l"i.Ms .M,u i
ire-iiiun-, linn" , i. Mine s ,ne"
I brum, Hpr.tla-, T , 1 r if Sr
iinvuiimii-m. Lumiie , r ,r - ll i, !
soro ?)!, iile.iu ..f ' I :
usb, or of Pile-; Ciru-, 1 i ir , mis re
li ic, ti ., .Vi rii , I'l'.ii 5t . i i ir '
onTliese rerniilii, ex ej1 I' ;, I ,i y
tneeouhlrv, by tn.il! nf n "e, t,c: ct i
on rsreipt the pnee A . Jrt -Ht'.HI'llltfcYs.
M'K' 11 II
Office nnd Hepot, No. ir i l.r.-.a Ivray Nc
run sm.k hy r s-c nt a. t iito, i .
a IVt-HiMAu ly
HATCH n.lllt'S IIAIIt IIVK
. t, it. Ik Iln-I.,1.,.. tfi.1 j !. ,.n,l
aia ni ni'i (inn I'jr i n.n ni lillll.
N- o Aapt '.ifiTinfiit, No It l T nu
II r Mr J liIikp. IMMI.I IvIhU a p I
II. ink r rirtnrl Mr wn I ; n t ! 11
i .ivfini 'fiinr. i hp ir n n w .4 11.- n
.OU ! t t .. IHi.tlm II . W i t ll. k, ll Mill ll.
Ifil)'!. V -afp tlrl rr fl 1 iv
hi 1yn,, iruiiit. l-m I; yritonlJ
ITMfp.E ANIJ ITS PREVENT
HV 1)11 .1. II. SCHKNCK .M.
iIchUi Ihi'rc win fMM.tlH'i n ujwtn tUn: tht fir.
JMIU 11 UUIIIUI1 IH IIIK llll I'.lP I'll U n 3 T I IfWi
'lUt ut Hr nml tlf.,r i l.iruiijr unit IrJ ni
nil. .ioi:imi ii. nr.r ksmii
ii'.'i tiift)t in. tH-y w uil n iu ( f.i ,n
t itrivi r nfHoiittit n.i (in rrn - - t t v
iff fci ncnt'R Iih in ia - wn ;- r - 11
It I.V hl lnw1ltjn ii t .il h 11 its ( n.'f ,pl
!., t MUlciteittNi ifii'i 1 1' vtj r
111 mi Rininfiifni ' m 11 it j nru
ntinUlin (hut ) t .it
LlIllUt'ft hy Itviiirf a )
tin 17 ft the run- hy In h
1 iimi'lt ir it i uii 1
,t il n it 4cjv
U '4 it 11. it
'1 lut Mti.rsl T ii '1 tt-; ! rV PI, mri
tKiiialiV liMirli-n t liv ttt . i i mill
thu bftifjtiiial lu:" 'sr.. ' u mm
l-ujrtt.u'ii. ruev i. r-.r. i t i c. ruui
ritvult. im I (Im fct lllr tt in Mtu . I lf iH.tr
i nn inndriiifr I'm nru r. iniriiiii nr nnnnr
" U:.VK NO T!N(J iu:mM).
Thowoiknf rurr)4 ntr brclnnlmr, ThTl
tflunil tiniC"U1eutitt In Itiu b"ir-U nml In
nmm-ntJirr ennui nru J'Mt'ii Tlio liver.
Ity. llm Kninurii tun reiH ivirilyt una
A sriiiA' or ;ooi hlood.
Tho SM.woi'd Tonic, In mnjiinrtlnn with
i'i 4. tTiiiiMtf4 una iiiiniiniii'i vrim imt i
ttiumrti 1 toen t ho ut h mil. Tlirru I ipi tu
viuu inriurc. n irfMinn itccvrnr pain om..
iMiuirncc, no ''Xaicruaiioa ur inc biutuucu.
iitiii(iltu twin in.
NiMTiMtino tho proatct Tllcoil Purlflorctcr
LTliril UT llll MllUitMli, IIlllliT I ' FIlULTlim II
S liinrb' I'nliiiiiiiin Hvi-tiiif ntu In In imtCi
lit lunriiHii! it tu i to naiiTi uni oinnii'in
I'llrL1, 11. 'iiuri nt fim'ti us iri
nn not in iik:iuhi. il i ti ivcit nml norm
lnthu funnnf f;athtTinuitll prepare thctu
t xPLactorati'ti, und nn in u vrry Mion unm
in.uaiiy m v.uiqin?iHu, mi rourn iiirnnu tint
(iiiiiixi it ri'iinvfiii'ii unil iniaitt ihw. linti
t ,,rl li , ti1..v rii iii'iii lux 11 1 i.r ir mi in Ii.uk I t
CIVKN X V AS I.OhT.
Tim ffnnfl I hint? i. tlin nitlnnl mnt ttr 1
XTEirtii riMiin 1 Hill tht'T izvt Hell It Is ulniut
itfMtillilu to urcvcnl taking cjM when tho Iu
nru OiwmM'ti, hut it inuH ho prtvi'iito'l nr a c
can fi"t ho 1 ih-ctvil. I rctli air 11ml r(lii)U
iatL-Liiiv in 111 i-tenon nt llio country, in
l.ill anl ulntiT m-nvMi. tiro till wr ttitf I'll
( lann wlio rrMMnniiK'nil tfiut ruurso linthi'lr
tlcntt. ir tiiftr iuii1k"4 nro hamy uitt'iiMtii umi
litHbtiiMii tluiv urn In tho lioiuo tliuv muit
ritilxwn unlet 1 they iiuiit ulk uhotit tho ro
..mi.1i (inil t f ( tliii ktri.riffth u-lll linnr
t'et up u p"il oircitliitlnii ul bo Tho hatlc
lnuiKi'Mi in pmhi fpirn ijucinernnueii 10
ucll. ThU hut tt creat ileal lo Uo Hlththo up
tin, nnd Mtheureiit jmlnt to putn.
To ili"-iwlr of euro after muit evhlonco of
p'Hllii!ny in llio w -rt cum.", unu moral
tuiiiiy In all other. 1 Hnfiil. 1) Mhenek'n 1
foiiaf HtaU'ineiit to tho I acuity uf hU uwnc
un In thfMi inmhML rnrdtt
'Mnny year HK' I a In tho Inst ftape?
c (iiFuinpiion . 'oi)iiii'ii i" my in'ii, uiu 1 ui
tliiiii mv nh vulrlmil IhoiluIlL tllllt I coillil not 1
li wccii: tneihiiko 11 tironinui; man raicmnK
Flrawx, I lieiinloi ami ouiained tliu prrpuruu
11 Mid I hi hi ilT.T t.i tlin iiiihllc. anil ttiev 111
a imrfiKt Mini nf lail. IL hiiltnil to III o thll
i ....ui. i t..n i in mi ilu il.iii. i.int i.f i,tf,'n
ellow matter uverr inornlntf for u lonir tiu.p.
r.n-.ii. i.finia uii, I iiutiit utvnuifi nn tU'ifiiii in ii'i
crown in lleuli ever
iikvlctiitii my weight witi only nliii'ty
i'i.niv.iU'iu!i.i ontiiuU. nml fur ilmiu I luvu
noun in ui) l'refin, nuiuiib i- ii"piiv
iovml unlntenui-teil heultlh"
UT IMMli'lICK lllli U5i- iiiiiiiiiuii in-; ,
fi.li.ii. Vnw.Viirle anil Mohtoil. llo lir III
iifitiN ui iiit'ir iniira i " ' V tii'i i
tin i i.i. iIii.pi.iiiiIi riiiiiiiuiiKin vt
i iomii-ii'ioi, ft ui j t-iuMfwuj
lliu"ini mm Yin... ii
iiirninoter declares tho exact eomtltlon nr j
i icv un eunuiio ur iim. ...
lllllKa hii i-itjifciim
n ,ii f imniiniii fut- fnifini iiirt men c ncs
low thoioiltrectloni", ami kind Nut tiro will dpi
.l..i,iml tut Im iMtnlllontieii nfiiM lira I'll I III. r
nilU urn tn lui tiikmi in IliiTiiilMnil (lOSOSl t
,tt iiynmiMtii umi. in koinii caunK ino niauiirn
L... n ni.a ,,... ...i ..ll.nl lim 1 1 II I III II I n
i in mull ii in riu unu tiniL iifcomna
ii,.,... . l1 rut ft-Auii iiinuih n (ir rfiiurni
tl'l.iiii It i in ii u It will fill mi lot I lilt llPiOll
ill IMII'W UlllU K'iUlTll-.Ti
fullom. thn mi uii looanit). tho llUht sweut
uh.itcil, In u short tlmo huth vt thcuo uorL
H)inptnniHaropno forover. 4 .
ir. Hcheuck'j medlclncd am conttantlyknpt
paration t uniio tno ruini'.iiiu nymm . u u uu
ur eouKhs and coMn. may ho reiranietl uh a pi
inir- iuyo. i no .liiiiiurnuu i im? !" puuiuuhi i'i
pMJl.lttcriO HK'Ullnl fi'iifuuijiuuu in uii ui i
"nu n. f l.riu.i homo, oriju nair uoxen. Mil
itruko I'liu.i'.icoiiua box, ru
'or aa.li, bv ull dm
WILLIAM l S31ITII, ti. 1).
pr.SIIUi.N i--io. -ji inrlrenih htreet,
IV lumi . IV Hk lull t on iivmiiiu ii ii. I Vl.il in.t u i -
tn:n-f-u i u' Mi in nu-mie im rlmrn,
CV. Dl NMN(1, M.
IM'JII.I-'SI I' r,iin Vu, Hi ,i,l U'.,,...l
Olltfc iioiiri ftiHH win to 1'.' in,, nnil u i,iii
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