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OPPICE, 23TJXjXJ23a,IlT S"0"IXi3DIlrO-, COE. lSTI-I STREET A-iTX) VrVQI-II3STGT03Sr j.V231T'Cr2S
JOHN II. OBEKIiY, I'ROPItlliTOIi.
0AIH0. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY. APKIk 20, 1878.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Preaching, Sabbath at 101 a.m. ami 7 p.m
Prayer meeting, Wcdtiexlay at7J p. lit.
abhath School, .1 p.m. .1. M. Lam-don, Su
perintendent. Ri:v. It. Tiiaykii, Pastor
MITliORI.ST.-Cor. Klghlh and Walnut ht.
Preaching, Sabbath at ID) a.m.. ami 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, H'edm mlay,7J p.m.
rjahbutJi School. :i. p.m. L. V. Mlllwcll,
riiipcrlutctident. Rkv. V. L. Tiiommson,
CHURCH OK TIIK lii:i)KKMi:i:-(Ki'jco.
Morning prayers. Sabbath 10i a.m.
L'veulng prayer., 7) p.m.
Sabbath rjchool, II a.m.
ItKV. K. Coan, Hector.
T. PATRICK'S. CIIIKCH-Nliilli H. ami
l'uhllc service, Sabbath B:10 and 101 a.m.
rtyan, , p.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
Sonlcc every dav, a.m.
ItKV. P. .). U'llAIXVItAMt'TrlcM.
'T. .lOSLPIl'S ( Ifl'lK ll.-fOermati,, ior
i.erof Walnut ami i'io Miect.
Ma, every Sabh.ith at 10 o'clock a. m. "
Vopcr, ' p. m.
Ma') (luting week ilaye, f o'clock a. in.
I!i:v. IIoitjian, I'rteM.
Mrcet between Washington Avenue iiuil
W nlnut htn-et.
l'r t atliliin Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
S.lbbulb School at U o'clock p. in.
lli:v. I. OixiifciiNm, I'aMor.
VOt'.NO .Mi:.N'.S CHRISTIAN' ASSOCIA
TION. Ito(illar meeting 1-econd Monday
each month ut their room over Rockwell
ft I o' book More, Commercial avenue.
Weekly l'rajcr meeting, 1'rlday, 7i p.m. at
I.. W. Stii.livkm.. I'rcplttcnt.
SIXO.ND MISSIONARY RAPTIST
I HI, ItCll. Coi ner .sycamore ami Potlv-
tlrM xtrect. Preaching sabbath at 11
o'clock n. m. nml . o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
Tho church Is connected with tlio llliuol.
Aoclutlon, by the I'trM Mi'Moiur) Rip
tut Church ol airo.
Ki.v. Hdumux I.r.UNAlin, I'astor.
AFRICAN MI71HODIST.-rourtccr.th, bo
tween Walnut ami Cedar.
Service, Sabbath. II a.m.
SaMath School. I J p.m.
Clavi meet, ut it p.m.
SKCOND HRKB WILL DAl'TIbf Flf-
Uentli Struct., between Walnut and Cedar.
scrvlcct Sabbath, 1 and 8 p. m.
ItKV. N. Kicks, PaMor.
r'KI'.K WII.I. RAPTIST IIOMK MI.-SION
SARIIATH SCIIOOl.. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School, II a.m.
nitsT kki:i: wu.i. haptist chcrch
-Curry V Rarrack
St nice, sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. .V 75 p.m.
It:v. Wsi. Kr.t.U'.v, Pastor.
rTRST MISSIONARY HAI'TIST CIlfltCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, luj a,m. and 7) p.m.
l'rayer meeting. edneday evcnlnif.
licaclilng, l'riday evening.
Sabbath School, 1J p.m. .lolm Vanllcxter
and Mary Stephen, superintendent.
ItKV. T. .1. snoitUH, Pastor.
SKCOND RAPTIST ( II Cnt'Hl'ourtecnth
street, between Cedar Mid Walnut. The
only lbptl-t church recognized by the A
Service, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 u.m.nndT p.m.
ItKV. .IacoII Hkaim.kv, Rl'ttr.
CAIRO COM.MANDKKY, No. 13.-Statcd
AtNjmbly nt the Aj lum Manonlc Hall, Ilri-t
and tlilrd Monday In each mouth.
CAIRO C'Ol-'NCll., No.'JI. Regular Convo
cation at Macoiile Hall, the fccoud 1'riduy
tu each mouth.
CAIRO CHAPTKR No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Macule Hall, on the third
Tuei-day ol every mouth.
CAIRO I.OIMii:, No. U7 K. k A. .M.-Rcgu-lar
CommunlcatioiH at Maronlc Hall, the
necoud and fourth Mondajtof each month.
Al.KXANDKR 1.0DOK, -Mi-Meets in Odd
Fellow ' Hull, In Artcr' building, every
Thursday evening' at S o'clock.
Clovernor .lohn 1.. ltcverldge.
Secretary of State deorKo II. Harliv.
Auditor of Statc-O. I'., l.lpplncott.
Statu Treanircr C'aper RutA.
Atfirnev (ieneral .lames K. i.d:ill.
Supt. 1'ubllQ Iiutnicllon-Ncvvton llatcmau
Senators Rlchavd .1. Oglc-by and .lohn A.
''"ltcprc'tentatlvc Kightccuth District I-:icc
MKMHKRS nn.N'KRAli ASSRMllIiY.
Reproentatlvcf. In the Will dIH'Ict.
John II. Oberly, Wm. A. I.emm.i and .Math
w .1. lntcorc.
imator for the CrOth district. .Ic-u are.
Judge D. .1. Raker, of Alexander.
Statu'. Attorney l'atrlck II. Tope.
Clcrk-R. S. Yi-um.
Shcrlff-A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Aics-or and 1 rcaMircr.
.ludge K. Uroi". , ,
A60Clate J. K. McCrlto and S. Marchlh
ClcrkIacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John II. (los'iuan.
Muvnr .lohn Yuod.
Treiiourcr It. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller K. II. Falll.
Clerk Michael llowley.
Attorney II. Watson Webb.
l'ollce Jlagistrateis F. Uroi ami J. J.
"Marthalaii'lChlcfof I'ollce Win. Mcllalo.
IlOAItD OK AUH-.lt.MKN.
V'lrht ward Hiram lllvby ami J. M.
Second ward Herman Mev ers and Wood
Third ward John McKwen and V. Ivors-
L'A..-t1i ifir.l i.
F. Ncllls and M. J.
ruuiti. ...... -
Fifth Will ll-
Jno. II. Robinson and Wm.
WIN KM A.N MUOmt't.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WUOLESALB OHOOKUS, j
OHIO LBYKB j
I0OTCH AKD 1MB" WHIBKIKB
-O I N Hi
1-ort, MadcrU, Sborry and CataWIn
R. Smyth &, Co. aro aUo agents lor
their wuolewlc btore.
I mn T nan ii n n in !
I'UKKIDHXT (1UANT AND
I'AIITV ON TIIKIU WAV
KNSMNATOU l'O.MHKOV UK.
TIIIHS I'UO.M TIIK I'OhlTl
KHCIU'.TAItY "WILLIAMS AKI)
(SUN. SHKUIDA.V ON Till!
AI).I01JN.MN'T OK TIIK ARKAN
TIIR I'MBsIDItXT A.Vi) I'AIITV
Lawhusck, Kuiiiif, April I'rwi
(lent Ormil ami thirty itopi'l in tbl elty
two hour, thii morning, on thir trip to
Colorado. A largo con courts ot cllixetit,
with two bninlr of mutlc, met the prciidotil
nt tbu depot. He vitltnl the State unl
vortity, tho dam winch 1 being built
naroM tho ICamai river and other points
of Intercut, nnd then rumJ hi. journey.
It i4 ttalcd In iMjhilf of ex-Senator
l'jinoroy, thnt ho has no intention of on
tarlng ICuniai politic tigain, nnd will not
In a candidate for tbu runmorship mda
vaeaul to tho rofignntion of C'aldwoll
He Intends to make hit home in tbu Kait
in the luture, nnd not return to Kantai to
LlTTl.K Kj k, April -'5. Ilotli house
of the general ntiembly iiJjournc l kino
die at l'-'o clock to-day, after u It liour'i
ietiion, during which rnoro htutneti w.n
triiutucted than during tho four month it
was In sosiion.
BONIH KlK TIIK SVSIUCATK.
Yamii.soton, April ''5. Lei 1'.
Luck, privnto teeretnry of th'j jiretident,
William O. Avery, chief clerk in tho in
terior olHce, and .Mr. Mnrtin of the otSco
ol the lecreUry of tho treasury, left this
city for Now York, und will !! for
F.urope to-morrow In charge of bond, for
WILLIAMS ASH MIKI'.IDAN.
Rrow.s.svii.i.k, Tex!, April '-'5. Tho
crtary of war and Ueo.Shoridan and
I'.all' ro'ichcd hero to-day, after nmking u
tour o.' the Rio Orutide frontier for uv
er.il hundred mll. They were received
by the city council, nnd are the guettsof
the city. The street, nod hoinoj are dec
orated with Hag, nnd gonnrnl welcome ft
being extended to tho dUtlnguiihed guo.t,
They leavo Si'iiduy for New Orleans by
itcamer, touching nt (jnlvetton for n fev,
AXOTIIKIt CIVIL WAR lMIAl'.HI)
VIKNNA HAT D TO UK VISITKD
WITH THE C'liOLKRA.
l'RKNUIl CANADIANS COMING
TO TIIK &TATKS.
rilK.NClt CANAl)I :.'.f.
(JfEllEc, April 2!. Thu cx-ijtil ot
French Canadians to tho tcte from
tho country districts nnd this city, li rettt
ly in excess of formor soasons.
I'KAK" Ok' wah is rr.A.vci:.
Lonko.v, April 'Jo. Thu gravest appre
hensions aro foil, In tho highest circles in
1'ariJ, of nn Immediito civil war. The
Moimrcliltts aro dutcrmlnoi to oust l'ros
ident Thiers at any cost.
clIrtl.KI'.A at v IK.S'W,
Yikn.W, April 25. Twenty cjj of
spasmodic cholera wuro brouglit to tho
hospital yesterday, live or which proved
I'OUH THOUSAND DOLLAKS'
U'tlllTll OK JHWKIiKY AND
1IIOM A THl'NK.
OLD MLN IJUA RRLL
ONK IS K1LLF.D.
A JKWKI.KIIH ACIUST ltOIUIKP.
St. Louis. Anril 20. UlrJoll .Minion,
travelling tigont for Morrill, Flu h ami Al
len, livinuf'tcturint: jowolort, "i -o
York, reports to tho pollcu hore that 1U
samplo trunk has been robbed of tlirco
thousand dollars worth of cluslur unit soi
italro diamonds, nnd ono thousand dollars
worth of gold chains. .Johnson thinks mo
robbery was committed between Kansas
City and St. Louis, by Leroy Swift, whom
ho mot on his travels, nnd who repre
sented hlnnolf m tho ngont of I'ldrlgo,
Dunham Si Co. of Now York.
Kl'ILKIl l.V A (jUAHItT.t.
I'oini.ANp, Mo., April 25. Two labor
ors at tho alnu-liouso, named Michael Sul
livitn and Juhn Wnrron, quarrelled this
morning about a wonmn, nnd tho former
was killed by a blow rum tho list of tlio
latter. Warren I. &3 years of ago, and
has a wllo In tho btato prison. Sullivan
was CO years of ago, and leaves u
and child In tint work-home.
'I'M i: IvXTHHM IN'ATlON NOT
iMtoc;ui:.s.siNfi as it was
TIIK MODOOS SAID to jiavb
i.iiittui-: l-AVA I!i:i)S.
COCIl I7.K ST I LL ON IMS KIM BUY.
AVaisiiinoto.v, April i!o. Apprchon
iion are entertained et tho war d.part
montthat tho military havo been too win
gulrio of being nblo to exterminate tho
jIoJoc, and that tho dillieulties to bo en
Countered are grantor tliun Hnticipnted. It
U nlo ftatod that at (ieneral SJnorman's
headquartert there It no longer any confi
dent expreioni as to the troop having
tho Indians well ir. hand, but n feeling of
iincvrtilnty at to tho termination of this
mall Indian war in the manner expected.
The absence of any telegrams from (ien
orals Sehotluld and Gillein is regarded at
Indicative that tho troops have made no
further movement ugMh't Captain .luck
und his Indians.
AVAMMSenox, April '.'5. It Is expected
ai the war department thu. Gen Davit,
who loft Sun Francisco tint morning, for
the Modoc country, will urrivo there and
n!-ume command of tho troops about
Monday forenoon next.
Yv'ahii.voton', .April i!5. It Is denied
at the Indian bureau that CochUe it off
Ills reservation committing deproduttont.
When Inat head from, n short time ago, he
wat till on tho reservation on which ho
had been placed by Gen. Howard, nnd
expressed his Intention of remaining
Sax FiiiM iECO, April 15. A diipalch
from Yroka to-nigh, gives r.evvs from tho
Livn lleds to April H. Nothing par
ticularly interesting. Colonel Ferry's cav
alry returned from scouting unottacked.
No Indiixns havo left tho Lava RaJ. Don
ald ilckdV reports 10 Modocs encamped
nt Rig civet, -1 miles southeast of tho llrst
l,VS.le-t!cld. Tt'3 atlocs aUJt COIIlo out
for water. It is thought desperate fight
ing will Iki required to ditlodge the Mo-do.-.'.
A bloody war Is feared owing to
Lad faith with Indians on reservations.
I. rocovoriag, and has left Uie hospital
for Ferrer's ranch, nt Klamath lake.
Ua,it. Kjaa il'o rocoverlog.
Djnald McKay has Jutt returned to
camp and says tho Modocs have left the
L-iva Rods. No lighting since the lith.
THOUSAND DOLLARS IN
I'KCMIl'M. t'OB TIIK i t.EVKt.AN'U ItACE'-.
Clkveland, Aptil 20. The Cleveland
club has just announced Its programmo for
this tummur, races to begin July 2t, nnd
continua four days. Tho premiums ag
grogate $30,000, as follows : $2,C00 for
'.':31 hortes i 53,003 for '-'.27 horses;
for -21 horses; $1,5)0 for 2: Ij horses;
3,000 for 2:2 1 hnre; 5;i,0U0 (jr 2:30
horsei; ?-',000 for 2; 10 hone.', and 0,000
for all. Thoro vvi'l bo threo running
r:cv, tho purses boing f.100, $500 and
5700. I'romiums will bo awarJod accord
ing to rulo 3'1 of tho National association.
F.ntrocs to cloo July 21, at ! p.m., at Sjoe.
rctary .Satn.llriggt' otllee, 80 Suncca street.
M A K KET k E P O R. T.
Sr. Loi i-, April 10 Hemp in fair de
mand und unchanged. Flour quiet and
unchanged. Wheat firmer nnd higher
titles; No 1 fpring i :u; choice soft
$1 -10; No 3 rod fall In demand at $1 00;
but held higher; No2$l "Cl Uii. Corn
unchanged; No 2 mixed nrVijatUc. Oftts
steady nnd III m; No 2 mixed Xto. Rarloy
milnt und tinc'iamtod. Rjo firm; No 2
1 1, i. i im r-.
Or(0Ui.. lorti Biunuj mm via tu
i not; Sl'J 25 sollor Juno. Dry salt meats
. '. .. 1 .1. ..T...in... c),o,,l,l,.J
fie: clear rib 10l01c. clear fides 10JI0J
cloar sides buyer May 101c seller May
103;-canvassed eugar cureu iinun iijiii
ljc; lard II rm but quiet, pales country
mado "2; whUUoy domand Arm hTc.
Ciiicaoo, April 2o. I' lour quiet.
Wlumt fair demand nnd advanced, mainly
for future. No 2 sprint; $1 iUJ&l 25;
ronu lar spot tl 25: May; .No 3 ?l 1 Ifm-
1 1",. Corn firm, domand mainly for tu
ture; No 2 mixed 37J37Jo cash; USJc
Mav: 0c Juno. Oats iirm, No 2 ;uc
ciith; 3Ho May. Rye scarce and Iirm,
tl9.'.c. Harley dull, No 2 feed TOe. Fro
vision quiet nnd wnal. Fork dull and a
olindo lovvor. St" f)7i May; S18 85 Juno,
Lard dull and drooping, $'.) 12Jo pol;
?!) 15 Mav; S'J 10 Juno. Whlskov Iirm
Ni:w YoitK, April -o. i ioar quiet una
unchanged; suporflno western S5 85fr)
0 30; common to good extra tjil 007 CO,
cood to cholco $7 uDQi8 25; white wheat
oxtru 8 SOp lO 6U. Whiskey thadu
nminr tinle. Wheat llrmor; No 2 Ohlcnco
spring Si" 0l 001; No 3 spring SI 58
' .... II . llaplnt .lull. lit
I I). I. Ityoquiuv, ..'..."j w.Mii iii
fair domand; old wc.torn mixed In stnro
CbfcvUoj; now black CO.); yellow western 71.
(Juts active anil umnuii new nneu vvesi
orn 51f';5Cc; whlto MajOTc; black Clfjp15c;
Old mlNUd weeiorii i rvoro uie. wunuo
firmer. Sugar unchanged. Molases
easier. Fork dull and unsettled; now
moss SI!" 75;' prlmo SlS'rTjjlS 70. Reof
dull nnd unchanged. Cut meats aro a
shado oa-ior. Shouldors "Jc; middles firm;
Ions clear 10c; shcrt clour 10)c; Juno 10 jo.
Lir'd he ivy and lowor; western itcam IMc;
M r.MriitSi April 25. Cotton, good firm;
medium "" Inferior, dull nnd drooping,
ltlftllOc good and ordinary, 1K 17 Jc
low iniddlme; receipt 7HO; jhimncnts 3,.
315; stock .ViO.-lUO. Flour dull and nom
inal; familv tO 2o10 25. Corn meal ao
tivo and liiuher nt $2 CO. Corn In tfood
demand nt 06(S,Mc. Outs t rnrro nnd firm
at t;l(Hc llnv dull nt 18M. Rran
uncliunKed nt iHr.i)l". l'ork Iirm nnd
scarce nt UOc. Raooil and lard qui;t.
Nkw Ont.AN, Flour dull XX k 25
ft.S 60; choice cxtrn $'J r)l. Ci.rn
quiet t:Gw Halt; supply good and de
mand fairnt lX'Jtl'Jc Rran quiet at 2J
r95c. Hhv dull; prime 21; choice $2'
ii. Fork iirm; moi il9. Cry suit Iirm
at 9jr,i)10c. Rftcon nctlvo and firmer,
Hr,i 10JI0e; hams Mll5c; lard ad
vuiicing, refined tierce 0) kec 10: niaur
molaet, nothint doing; whiskey h"(, 90;
Nkw OltLBA!"1, April 2.'i Arrlvndi
Oily of (iuiney, St. Lmli. I,-parted:
H. 'ri' Turmtr, cincinntl; Continental, St
I. 0'llj Weather cier and warm
YicKinumi, April 25 Djwn- Katie.
(p: R. Lee. Weather c'.ear cool.
I.vas'hv ii lr, April 25. Cloudy and
cold; light triow during tho day; mercury
40 t , 41. River fallen 1 1 Inches. Fort
)it; up: Dick Fulton Na 3, Jno Kilrour.
lickvtep, Fayette, Geori;o Robertt, Mary
Ann nn 1 barge, Jan D Fnrkcr; down:
1 1 o try Frobttsco, shannon .Charmer, John
A Wood and tow, Tarascon, Mary Ament,
Klnrence Lee. Rusinots fnir.
Cincinnati, April 25. Riv..r 21.) feet
ii. id falling. Arrived; Hollo Vernon,:
Memphis. Departed. Ando. Wheeling.
Movemnts of towbot- Raven from
St. Louis to Irontori with iron ore; Grand
Lako from St. Loult to Filt-burg with
Iron ore; Ld Hobbs from WhoelniK t;to
St. Louts vvith miscellaneous tow; Thos
.Moans up with ompty b.trno. Vcather
cold and clear.
Mi:vtril!.", April 25. Clear and cool.
Rlvur falling. Arrived: Legal Tender,
Whbe rlvor, Fat Rogers, Cincinnati. De
parted: City Helena, Vlckkbur,;: Long
worth, Now" Orleans; City Vicksburg, St.
Nasiivillr, April 25. Cotd and cri
out apprehensions of frost. D 'parted: F.
1. Orncy, Cairo; Lawrence, Cincinnati..
River on" a stand; 3 feet.
I'lTTiBi'mi, April 25. River remains
about ft'.liomtry; seven feet fivo inches.
A light rain hat fallen during ton greater
part of tho dav; clear and co'. this even
ing. Departed. Oianito State, Forts
rnouth; Juniata, Cincinnati; Lion and Vet
eran No2, departed for tho tau o plare;
the former having in tow" barges conttin
ing 77000 bushel ofcoal; the latter 7 bar
ge cedtnining "Of on bu'lieli ofcoal.
8r. LltM, April 25 Arrived: Sf
Joepli. Motnphi; John'on. Keokuk;
Atlantic, Nevv Orlennf; Mutcntine, Ga
lena; Sam Rrown, Ohio river; Comet and
Davng, Cairo; Now IJoston, Feoria; Joe
Kinney, Misourl River. Departed:
.lohmnn. Keokuk; Ree. Memphis; Wor-
nor. Ohio river; Ironside, ('tiro. River
fnllinj- .lowly. Vuutlii. f.ir nnd Wftr
Louiavn.M. April 25. Arrived
United Stnje, Ron Franklin, Cincinrmll,
Grey Kagle, Urndorion. Dopartetl:
Uniteil St..te.. Ren Franklin, Cincinnntti
firnv Er-le. Honderron. Cufial 0 loet '.
Inchet. with 7 feet 3 in Indian clmto.
AVpather cloudy and cold with west wind;
light full of snow nt 2 p.m.
The Fatrons of Husbandry are e-tul-lishing
lodges or "kmuku-" in
Western and Southern State.
In th'j Ohio semto tho proposition to
appropriate $180,000 for property destroy
by tho Union forces during the Morgan
raid win agreed to: yeas 10, iujs 13.
The motion to Minropriuto S130,'Jo7 for
property destroyed by robel forces during
said raid was itlso agreed to: yeas 10(
The printers of North Alabama havo
made a ttriko against what is known
among newspaper men us "patent out
sides." They publish n curd, in which
they condemn tho practice of tho country
papers printing ono eido of their papers
elsewhere, and pledgo themselves not to
work in an otUco that patronize the "pa
tent outside" business.
Tho New York 'Tribuno' says tho
Union Facllo railroad is preparing for n
vigorous fight agaiiut tlio government.
Thoejunell engaged to contest tho suits
authorised by congress aro among tho
grout legal lights of tho country, h re
mains to bo seen if tho government enn
bring mental powor tnough to copo with
Messrs. Caleb Cuthlng, William M
Evartt, R. R. CurtW, nnd their learned as
sociate. Tho Now York 'Times' has been mud
for 00,000 for nllogod libel, and has Jutt
oicunod payment by proving tho person
bringing tho Salt to bo u convioieu ioioh.
Theso newspapers aro getting unbearable;
instead of paying fifty or ono hundred
thousand dollars on every ocoosion when
Bomu rascal feels the need of money nnd
threatens n libel case, they actually
go into court and pruvo what thoy have
said. Hi ridiculous.
A KuVBI.IS'rS ADVU'K TO A
FA Hi Fill UN I).
rew Yoik Tillmiie.l
i Dailinir and Rulwer wroto some
clever letters, lately publhhed, to Miss
vi..... i.v ,,f Holland Home. They uro
full of all sorts of mlv.cn to his beautiful
voting corroponueni. wne uj-uu m.
riil.'ll IS siL'iiifieant uiul alarming when wo
.P.;.l. Hint 'tU t mail wllo Wl.tuJ.
Whero di I ho loarn all thi.' "Men," ho
iia-iti not miirrv a woman j much
became tlio)' "dmiro her, us because, thuy
:. ...Iiiilr..i tliimi. If von wish to
.11 Willi vour husbiilid, nnd
V ' wish to not a husband
"... ' i,.nnv Individual must
think von cunslder no man equal '' Jiint.
. r... ....II Kalicvo this and thilll; it
rmlto tiHtural. "Ho tells the fair lady that
'It Is not necessary sho should ndoro tho
,, she marries : it Is only necestary ho
Il.ni.li think ho is adored. Wo tiro not
,po eu o believe that thu whole fomlnlno
nv aro nothing lt S1."irl". n'111
dearh .ho W wo like to read the response
of the chain ilng t;rl to whom this cynic
Du.s-iiam YEAr l'owwsn fur purity
and strength is unequal d. Al v o , o
it llko it and recominond It to tuolr leigh
SKKTCII OF THU "M F.TROl'OLI
(lath's letter In the Chicago Tribune.
vVhul kind ol a man Is Dr. Netvniuii .'
so writes one ot my Iniresl corruipondctits.
Tills 1 know bocnuse she cutlod her cap!-tul-,
and blacked her eyes, hlul led rt
porcepitiblu wlurul iieM-mown hay in the
L'filf-iheet of looIicap. Thrifty goddest,
jliuld theductor I
Uu Is u lusty fellow to wrestle with nn
ga.s, and would breaic down Jacob's lad
der if ho et his foot on It tu climb to
Heaven. Hu weighs upvvurds of 200
pound, and hit hip, thighs, buck ami
0lly aru adapted to tight nl t,lto doors of
fairs on rreo-.idmltiuu days. A certain
hind of oil Is resident lit ins skin, which
oo.eit out In that gracious tort of perfuino
peculiar to people of pr. fonioiial holiness
Hit hair is of it line brotvii color, worn
long, mid his feature tiro large, cllcctivu,
Bird without sandbility. Rroud-shoulder-ed,
of good height, vvell'diofced in blue
broadcloth, with u llash of gold some
where ubout his wateh-llxing., and fur
warduett, worldlines, itml visible goldli
nets nil over him, such is tho hyperbole
of u preacher.
1 lie clerical euice If, upon occasion, thu
mutt needful und healing which man can
llll. It brings thu oil ot balm into tho
households of people bireavod, and, when
physic Is done, doctuts tho mind und
heart. The blessed fellowship ot a truu
man in thu ministry how vtull vve ktiuw
who havo felt his bund upon ut, saying,
".My brother, tuko heart! Ttioro "is it
higher life than this.'' For thu suku of
this greut retnedlul and refining offico,
und tu protect it against presumed, tho
press ut tho country nits, almost with
unanimity, condemned the wholo couro
ot ostentatious und lntriifuint: procedure
of Dr. Newman.
At tho centennial colebrntion of Amer
ican Methodism, it was ro4oivcd to erict
ut Washington City, it church with u
grand Latin titlu of Metropolitan, a
woru vvnicti musii rennnus ut oi iuu i;o
man phnno of thu Metropolitan See. To
accord with this ambitious edifice, a met-
ropolitun preacher was deruunded. Ho
vumu to his work with the umbitioii nnd
unscrupulous ussumptlon of n Jesuit,
which word l usu lit its critical sense, l'-r
some of my ncquainlunces are members of
tho Jesuit order, und havo much more hu
mility than Dr. Nuvvmun. Thu new cler
gyman immediately set to work to depop
ulate thu neighboring churches. He took
olftho chief justice from Wesley chapel;
anil Mr. Colfax, who was possessed with
tho presidency, came over Iroiti tho First
l'resbytorlan. 'itie building was uoml
neertd over by a noisy cliuio of bolls.
The tower, which had been beg
trod by onu of thu sistcts
iro.r, no all vjiillllculall Ut UullilllOtu, n-us
ostentatiously intcntied Kelsos Kpiro
The interior was adorned with cedar of
Lebanon and shlttim-wood, hauled fric
from Joru'itlcm. Tho preacher appeared
to begrudgu tho choir Ml tho timo they
spent singing, und wanted to do tho wholo
performance himself. Ho got himself
speedily elected chaplain of the tonal-1,
aud tho amount of elocution which lie did
on vvcok days was stupendous fur to sou.
His sermons weru ot the most modern
character, with it Munsard root on top, and
and n mortgage in the rear. Hu charged
tllCIIl With luftnnii.fli.n IIL'ii n vnm .if cmla
vvntor. To-dH.v lio thundered nt thu news
paper pres, and the next duy covered
Froident Urnnt vith oil in the midst nf
n prayer to Jehovah. Ho instructed tlio
sunute us to its duty, usUed thu Lord to
give simplicity of wisdom to tho chief jus
tice and alluded to tho cquluoxlal storm
its tho booming "simoon. ' Determined
o bo made n bishep, ho undertook ollice-
brokering for thu brethereii, some
ot whom, bo It tutu, would
rather collect taxes of Cic ior than be gate
keeper in the house of tho Lord; and, at
this point, the chief fugleman of thu Me
tropolitan Seo got into newspaper-correspondence.
Ho fastened upon Frcsidcnt
(irant liKo a iioreo-ieecii tins term teems
to bo appropriate both to thu leech ami
tho horso and, tKitnmi lg tne iiorl.on lor
a point of seiuutlon, tho reverend Doctor
concluded to convert tho Mormons.
Frouerlv advertised, ho moved in caravan
upon those devoted people. His march
ucross tho country resembled that of it
mcmtgrlc, nnd all tho animals, from tho
monkey to the alligator, vvero represented
in this great transcontinental fantasy.
Of courso ho made religion ridiculous, and
added to old Orson Fruit's Riblical con
ceit. Fitiling to accomplish any thing. Mr.
Nuvvmun returned to Washington, and,
with unparalleled meanness, proceeded to
operate upon tho government and havo
tho Mormon3 persecuted.
lie has been roulou in ins lusuuoin ami
audacious attempts tu ho a bishop. His in
Uucuco in congruss lias come to iu io man
zero. His endeavors to Keep nn .vieiro-
politau church, to tho prejudiro ot tho
goncrul rulo which limits n Methodist
preacher to threo years' local occupation,
lias been so far n Yuiluru that 1 him told
RLliop Simpson expressed his disgust; anil
Dr. Tilmnv. a later incumbent, was so an
noyed by Newman's attempt to under
mine him that ho compelled tho trustees',
about ono mouth ago, 10 put tho ipio'tlou
to veto boforo tlio congregation, ami overy
scul in tho house stoi d up nnd put n final
quietus upon this ambitious clerical deinu-
' K' ..I...,. l.nl In,., iinll-
tUgtlU. AUllltl IWltvi.... I'wu-
tic, und legged from Freldunt Itrarit tho
sinecure ollico called Inspector of Condi
lutes. Ills wife was appended to tho ap
pointment under the tiamo of M. F. NeW
iimn, with an additional salary.
, A CHRISTIAN STATESMAN'.
I.St. Loult Dcnioei'at.l
Rx-Socretarv llarlun has teen lit to
deny, in tho Washington 'Chronicle', tlio
assertion ot Mr. G. !'. l-'illey, respecting tho
demand and .icccptulicu of a flO.UOU In
ducement lor tho Issue ol certain rauroau
bonds. Mr. llarlun s denial Is vury poor
disprool of anything, ami bio word would
not pass for live per cent, of its fue,o vuluo
itguinst the word of it man like Mr. l-'illey.
Indeed, If Mr. r'illey thould start out to
lull tlio most barefaced llu imaginable
ho would cdiiiu nearer to tho
trulli than Harlan on hu oath.
In his denial Mr. Harlan calls
attention to tho fact that Mr. Tilley
said ho did not know it to hu it fact that
the money had been paid to llurlun; but
Mr. llarlun omits to say that Mr. Filloy
added that, although ho did not know It
of his own personal knowledge, ho was as
certain of it as that he wus silting in thu
chair ho then occupied, llu cited thu
m.mi.j i.f vi.-v nuiiectablo witnesses to
tho fact, nnd wo would not udviso tho
luwa Roostor to put hi damaged reputa
tion to tho tost of comparison with tiny of
THU PRESENTATION RRA.
Special dispatch to the St Louis Democrat.
Spiunovikui, April 2 1. The end draw
ftli nigh, at least the signs of tho times
indicate that Important event. The era
of presentations hu3 arrived. Tho good
will of the tcniitort and representatives
toward tho presiding officers of both
brunches of the general ntscmb'y was
ihowii by inu presentation of gold-headed
.lines, at reported in U.o 'Democrat.' The
pages of thu house yesterduv thowed their
appreciation of Speaker Ctillom by
presenting that gentleman, by thu
hands of, nnd In n very neat
speech by Hon. Kdwurd lv. Lnnoof Han
cock county, n beautiful silver i olko urn.
Mr. Cullotn's tmponse was u characturit
no one, nnd full of feeling and well
worded advice, counsel mid prnlio for tho
manly conduct of tho pages in tho dit
charge of their duties. It vvns a very
plea-ant nnd happy episode In tho hum
drum of Ic'Klnlivu life.
This afternoon, to continue tho pres
tation spirit, tho oihVietit, worthy and ac
complished clork of tho house, Mr.
Shepard, was mitdn happy by tho presen
tation to him, by his friends in the house,
(nnd this includes all tho members
nnd officers) of a beautiful, costly
nnd vury appropriate gif', In
tho shapo of a massive gold chain, elabor
ate in design nnd beautiful in llniih, Tho
speech was made by Hon. J. II. Oberly
(than whom n more eloquent speaker is
nut In the house), in a speech brim full of
good point. Mr. ShepirJ, (or "D.tii ," as
he is called) was equal to the occasion, and
responded in rt happy heceptanco of tho
ulft. Thu boys also remembered thndnor
keeper of the houo (Cant. A R Kuk-
hr!do nnd presented him with a silvor
OSI'IINSMCV AM) 1'OinVAHIMN'J.
Hal l idaTroTiiTJs
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DEALERS U; FJOTJU;
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liN! , i.MItS IN FLOUH, OOKN
Oit3, Hay, otc,
AOKNTS to. FAIRRANK'H SCALES Sfi. Wj-Vttfc
1 Ohio Levoe, CAIRO. XLUNOI8.
iS'EYEll KIS'OWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS.
run tub I'KnMA.NKKT cukb or
chills amTfevkk, dumb auoe
Oil Ah Y FORM OF IXTEUMIT
TIIK GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
There are no ilicacs so debilitating In
their eflrctt upon the ronstltutlMi rs the
above, and none more tlltllcult to euro by
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Relng purely vegetable, they act with cet
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from tho a) Mem, und prevent a return at
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Why waste j our money and health In try.
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Their reputation li c.tabllhca. Tlioii
sands of totimonluls have been rrrvWol,
bow ing that thee powders have pertorn.c
tutr.u'les In curim; cae! of long standing,
many of them cou-ldcred hopelerH.
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contain nothing Injurious, aud, thcrclorc,
niino ot the lingering dlea;ei o ollen the
rcriilt of the many uoMrums or the day.
l'hyMclatis recommend th ni as superior to
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they leave the t (tern In a healthy state, and
tlio patient beyond the probability of u re-
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Ao othei'ji can possibly be gauulne.
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U II E U M A T 1 S M , NEURAL
O I A, SPRAINS, ETC.,
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Hud Immediate reliet from all pain by lining
this certain remedy. It 1 equally etTcctual
In cut". btiriN, M-.ifil. stllfnes ot the neck,
tore throat, MVelliug's, Intlamattnns, frol
bite, pain in the Mite, or back, bites of tpl
lers or Mine; of lucct.
one rubbing will In all cac glvo immedi
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On account of Its powerful penetrating
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cdy for tlio ino-t trouble'omo diea0H to
wlilch hor-e.s and cattle are liable. It cures
scrutche. old unit rch cutdor norcs. chafeM
prodtleed by the collar or Kiddlcn, Injiirle
c.iiiotl by iinllr. or .plliits entering the lle-li
or hoof. bniNc. npralu. w ecney, pavln
thi'iih, ami nil dlcucx which destroy the
hoof, or bone of thu feet.
C37"r'ull directions accompany each bot
tle. The above :tio prepared only by
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And old by Morekecpers generally throuylr
out the country. I-'itl It d-e-vv
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