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Kitlnfr Jtnller nn r.ery ritrfi.
JOHN U. OBERI.Y, Kdltoi'.
TiltoV Moiilton 1? the later1
IIkkciisii contlmu'M to bo ie Imppy nsn
Tiu: longer u think ol' It, tlio Jiapiilcr
we become ovcrAiulrew'j electUm.
rrtfCk'Sl'.YYiLMi Tmleptndtnt to the
ltor.tF.riK: "Why the il 1 don't you
exchange with u !" IH'I.i.ktin to tlie
Inrirpentlcnf : "Wc do, confound yon."
Dk. DkICovkn", w.irden of ltnclne col
locciWns elected Wliop of llllnoH.on
Thursday last. The reverend doctor U
one of the ablest men of the "Writ, a
Christian gentleman, mode.t and ion
Tilton In the most Interesting witness
that wns ever before on the Mauri. He U
giving evidence about free love,tu:iriluge,
divorce, great men and great women,
human fr.iiUlun and worldly wtel.cd
Tun town council of linnlsburg in
Saline county, Inn ordained that a line
ot not inure than lllty or leu than twen-
tyifivo" ddllare shall be assessed
a 'M lint anv person liiilde the corporate
limits w ho ?hall soil or give away to any
minor, any person intolcated or In the
habit of getting Intoxicated, beer, ale or
Intoxicating liquors of any kind.
Tub expenditures of the United States
Jilnr-iial tor the western district of North
Carolina, amounting to nearly two hun
dred tholand dollars, were not returned
In the report of Attorney General Wil
liam?. A committee of the House of Rep
resentatives are Investigating the matter.
The marshal Is a son of Stephen A. Doug-
The Khedive ofKirvntinot In Illinois.
for Oberly isn't worth that much) lias
f cut a weddlnir present ofiewels to tho
recently married daughter of Gen. Sher
man, me estimated vaiuc 01 wiiicu is
Our friend of tho Chronicle Is right
The only jewel w e own hi the jewel of
consistency, nnd nobody but ourcelf be
lieves that we own It.
Si'eaki:!! Tcnnn of the Indiana House
of Representative, In a speech in the
House agalnt the llaxterblll, denomi
nates the women engaged in the temper
ance work as t-kuidorciN of cba meter, and
the days when petitions are heard in the
commissioners' courts n. the Devil' hol
iday. The Turple-tude of .his pollion
hasucensed .aljjtlio. fctioug-inluclctl w
men of lnrifana,.
ij FriAXCH WAi.voun Win n:, clerk In
II... Cnnl.,.,, ..v....,. ..Ill M.......I.1. I
II..; .JUIIK III VAJ'IV VIIIVV III .11111111111?, 1 -
not prqud iflidte the grandson olOooru
, tUt'es, that his father, William Wallord,
y dleiUt Portsmouth Hight.- in lSu'J, and
jVlfacitpapars cttabllsliing tho act that he
was the son of George IV. Hut his
1 , royal (Jejeent Jias never excited royal
' a-piratlons In the mind of l-Y.inels W'al
Mtord WJiito, and holuH not propo-ed to
f; 'contest the throne with the l'rince of
T Wale. He w 111 (-tick to bis clerkship on
the principle that a bird in the hand is
$ worth twojn the lmli.
' . . ,
' ' Jonx Vou.vn Unow.v, of IContueky,
. created a Scene hi Congress mi
Thursday . last, by denouncing
.Gemr Butler." -lie commeueed to
speak duiouiiclng the civil rigliU bill,
andtheiiSssedto an invective on Butler.
He referred to the Scotchman Burke who
committed murders w ithout remorse and
split the liodle. of his vlcthiih. "Ills
ine," said Voung, "ha? made his name
nfamous, and to fay that a man hasbeen
Utility of Burking 1, to charge
him with a crime that make
humanity shudder. If now 1
desired to express all that Is puslllanl-
moui In war, Inhuman In peace, forbid
ding In morals, and Infamous in polities,
I would call It Butlerizing." There was
a storm,andaoteof cen'urcwa' passed.
Butler, before the vote was taken, .-aid he
had never commeueed a personal attack
hi tho House. "I liue," lie cried with
emphasis, endeavored, with Miidlcd
courtly, never to attack, and 1 have also
endeavored when I hac been attacked
never to leave the man until he was i-on
he did it."
i ami i in:
HJ1A f.l-I'li.V .
iBftftM-tHKIfc-rstUof the Holy
t.rM u J(WiWf j HaJnut trL N
tvnf. 14iAjrA od Twentv-thrlrd
Krtzu, tv,te lb High sielnKil build
ing ana nsr Uih Aeadnny of the Sisters
Lorctto. On the south-ue-t ounier of
the hosjilt.il block U a mull frame build
ing, useuny the bister as a small-pox
iiu-.puai. 1-ainnts reach this building by
i'tw.iiig iiiiuuii me iiio-i uciiseiy jiopu-
inieu jiarii oi tne city and bv the Hlul
lhu location of the hospital, and the
lact that river men attacked bv the tmall
pox ate sent to it.have created ai'reatdeal
ol alarm In the roiirth and Fitih wanls
It has been said, and many believe, that
the small-pox shirts every year from the
Sisters' hospital, and the citizens living
close to It those w ho have not enjoyed
the dl$case-ure frightened, and demand
the removal of the cause of their alarm
'I hue blame the Sisters, and a few of
thein chargu that the Sister Superior If
that w pr title accepts patients allllcted
W'ltn the tmall-pox for the purpose of
inaKing money, anil in this way Intro-
imees uie pestilence into the city.
There U probably Kimethlntr In the U
lief that from the little frame hosjiital of
me bisters the pcstllrnce u spread
uirougu me portion or this eltvlvliiL' be
tween and northeast of it and tho Ohio
river. 'I ho wind almost always blow
,from the hospital to the Ohio, and the
disease may be carried upon its witur
That the school chllUreu, who are close to
It all day, and the. SLtor themselves do
not lako the disease, is nu argument of
great force going to prove that the hos
pital lias nothing to do with the
prcad of the tlhwio; but
tho phy.MciaiiH say that the school
clilUlrerwhcgtt,Irit(i'ttic air going to
and from school, rc not hi near a much
danger of contracting tho dlse.iM) as
thejieople who sleep In Unit neighbor
hood. Hut however thU may be, the Sis
ters are compelled to receive the patients
ont to them by .Mr. Fisher, and those
who have small-pox tost them a gicnt
deal more than h received from the gov
ernment. ' 1
The Si'leiy are anxious to bo relieved
of the duty of taking ouv of the patients;
but when such patient? go to the iiopiUd
and nk admittance, what inn the SIsti i s
do but accept them? It Un Sl.ter. would
turn them vvoy to wander about the
streets they would be de
nounced. They accept them, and are eou-
plalned about. Tim 8lteru would rather
Ik- condemn! tor doingnet. of charity and
kindlier, than for lidmiiuuiily. Hut the
Sisters are anxious to be relieved of the
duly of theearoorsmall.pox-patlent.-i, and
II the county and city would provide a
small-pox hospital Ihcy would refuse to
accept Mich patient'.
The city authorities know this? They
know that It Isnotrlghttopormlt asmall-
pox liotpltnl and tin- public seiioolu to be
In the Kami! nelghborJiood. They
know tint .small-pox cases
ought to bo UolaUd. Hut
they make no sign. Wlivr Is economy
in the way Then It ought to lie got
out ol the way. Our eltlens generally,
and the business men. ought to demand
that the council iriiall take Immediate
step? to prevent any more Miiall-pox
eases being cared for lu the Sisters hos
pital. This tiling lias been going on long
enough, ami the council ought to act
without delay. Another pest house out
of the city located so that patients can
get to it without passing through the
post ofilce and the public schools should
be at once provided.
noff.v with Tin: nous:
Senator Casey, a distinguished phllan
tliropist, has, in li Is anxiety to confer
blessings upon humanity, introduced into
the body of which he is one of the most
striklngatid ornamental figures, a bill that
has for Its object the extermination of
dogs. The bill provides that any person
may kill on lght an untied, unmuzzled
ami uncollared dog, and makes it the
"duly of constables and policemen to de
slroy nil dogs seen by them not protected
by a rope, muzzle or collar.
The Senator's bill does not go far
enough In the direction of no dogs, hut it
goes a good distance, and we therefore
rise up and call him Mcv-cd.
Dogs are a nul-anco.
Wo have been told that the dog is
man's be-t friend, but this is a mistake,
lie is a pest, ami lias no good In him. It
is true ho wags hN tail and looks pleased
oeca-.lonally,and baiks with a merry voice
when he Is not angry, but tike
him for all In all and he is a
nuisance. He is numerous in Cairo; lie
is probably as numerous as half a mil
lion. We surely do not exag
gerate when wo declare and
ay that there arc five hundred thousand
logs lu tliKclty, and we are very truth
ful when we asert that four hundred
thousand of them linger In the night time
close to tho house lu which we attempt
to sleep, and bark with an Industry that
never becomes weary. Last Summer
Chief Mclliilo -cut amllllon or two of the
dogs of tho clly to the -ph lt land, and we
are thnMkful to him. Since then we have
enjoyed comparative peace at night, but
with Senator Casey'H "Be it enacted" to
ick us we might kill the dogs that re
main behind tho-o that have gone before,
ml tints enjoy a ta-le of Klyslum on
Byron wrote about the watch dog bay
ing deep-mouthed welcome as wo draw
near home: tho riit, Second. Third.
Fourth and Filth Readers contain com
pliments to dog, and one of them con
tains a picture ot a doir
'tinning More a boy; writers
of Sunday tchool books have also
dealt exten-lvely In dog literature. Thus
the public mind has become corrupted,
and the dog ha been made fashionable.
U the door of Byron and other dog eu-
all the hydrophobia that has prevailed
must be laid, and we hold each and all of
them personally repoiiiible for the many
nights ot sleep we have lost because dogs
would bark. To lho-e authors the nu-mero-dty
of dogs, (11 the expression Is
permissible), must be attributed. They
have cultivated among bovs and men.
who ought to have better sense, a lovo of
dogs, and the con sequence Is apparent. In
every town and village thorn are thou
sands of dogs, utterly worthless, who are
not lovely as tho day, and bark at night
when the moon am bright and the stars
am gone away. The authors referred to
have been scourges of humanity, and we
But now comes Senator Casey and pro
poses to give to the citizen the right to
protect himself against dogs to kill
them on sight. He should have gone
luiuier anu navo put into his hill a pro
vision that all dogs arc utterly unlawful,
uut he is entitled to our thanks tor what
he has done. He may therefore (marine
wiui wan our goou mot gnu on our
shoulder, and hatred of all dog In our
eye, we have approached him, have laid
t.... ...I., .
our hand upon his bead, aud laid: "Bless
you, Thomas; bless you!"
THU SCHOOL HOOK MONOPOLY,
The school book monopoly Isone which
has long been felt as an excessively op
pressive burden by tho people. The
frequent changes made in the text books
and the high price of the books make the
education of children, In our public
sciiooip, an expense hard to bo borne by
the majority of parents. Thepubllcatlou
of the books commonly used In the
schools, all over the country, Is in the
hands of perhaps half a dozen HrniS who
have been enabled, through their com-
mon interest, to maintain the prices at
their own figures. The Chicago Timt,oi
late date, 1ms culled attention to the op
pressive features of the school
book monopoly, ; and while.- depiij-,
fntttitr. Iliii fitanmlitliiti fill lllr
part of tho State of the publication'
business, says "Ihtre arc Ihe-best of rea-.
tons why it should lake some action to
provide hooks, nt a reasonable price, for
the children lu the public schools,'' and
telkhow it can lie done : '
"Let us see how tho doodIii can obtain
chcai) books. 11 can be shown by the
wax" thev ii'jw obtain ulnimMniutrg. The
State has In Its einnloy a Milierliittndenfi
ot instruction nun a tcotv or more oi
tcachcr.s in normal Miools. beioral ot
the last-named arc tho authors ol books
now used In the school?. I,et our legis
lators maue u me uuiy oi uic-o men to
prepare u series of books tsjieclally for
the use Of the schools of tho state. When
this Is dona advertise for bids for inaklnir
the booki. With eo inanv presses Idle
and so many printers out of employment
as in present, tne worK ciin m none very
cheap. The books can be sold through
school oiheew mm teachers, as the
statute-books mo sold by the county
Ifu law book. coJtlnirSia In the ordi
nary eouivo of trade, call be made and
sold for .f 2, Hu n a geography, now ixtall
imr for S-. can lie supplied tor 33 cents.
in ine same way, our uu cent speller can
ue lurncneii ioru nan uuiie, wnue
wuoie (nine win nuy an ariiiimeiie,
irramniar. hisiorv. or readlnir lioo lu
short, if $100,000 Is saved to the peonleof
mis naiein ine imuieroi u law hook, .i,
nuu.iKJO ciin oe saveu 10 uieiii every vear
In the matter ol school-books,"
Delnionleo the lion-tamer is dead. A
Hon made a lunch ol him.
it cost tlm country tho trilling sum of
$111,000 to klllC'uptalu .lack.
Commodore Xutl'u father died in
Manchester, N. IL, last week.
Dr. l'rims, the Indianapolis abortion
1st, has been bound over to re-appear hi
the sum of S'OOO.
GuNcppl Rietl, an Italian, recently
footed in all the way from Constantino
ple to Alexandria, Lgypl, lu IM davs.
President Eliot of Harvard College,
reports a decided improvement In the
lihysiipiu oi the stuuciits there during the
nisi iwcuiy years.
-Rev. W. H. Mllhoiirn,' the "Blind
Man Eloquent" is to preacli at Trinity
Methodist Lplcopal Church, Chicago
Mrs. Mary Fellows, wife of Col
John Fellows, was burned to death by
her clothes taking fire at a stove on the
Snow is two feet deep in the Adrion
No gold was coined nt the Philadel
phia mint last mouth.
Isaac Dolby was crushed between two
cars at Peoria, Illinois, on the 1st.
A Tom Paine memorial building has
occu ueuicaieu in uosiou.
Three Hons and one opossum were re
ceived at Central Park menagerie last
A man named Hewitt i under nt-rest
in DeWItt, Iowa, charged with poisoning
Canada BUI, a notorious three-card
iuoiitemiin,wasarrctedIu CIe eland, O.
.... .i... i. . 7
UJI 111' JM.
George Brown was found badly
frozen near Cedar Vallev Station, Iowa,
The C atholic Total Abstinence So
cieties of Massachusetts intend building a
central hall lu Boston.
At Stratford. Out., property to the
value of S1J5.0CK) was destroyed by lire
lat Sunday morning.
Sevcnty-tlve thousand dollars was
paid for sponges at Key West, hi Novem
ber and December last.
-A young man calling himself Earl
Stanley atteinped suicide tho other day
by taking ntryehnlne, at Newark, O.
Aspirants for 'Spelling honors are
excited over u contest that is to take place
at Xeulaon the 5th Inst.
-The I'nlU'd Hebrew Religious Asso
ciation of St. Louis, are about to rive a
ball for the benefit of the poor.
-Bird lllckfnnl. Esn.. .Utorime nt lit.
tawa, Illinois, lias given ball of &l,00 to
answer to charges of embezzlement and
The discovery of a new planet at
Berlin, in right a-sceiislou IKl deg.. decli
nation IS deg. 20 minutes north ; 1:2 mag
nitude is announced.
-The value of a man's arm is $5000.
At least that is what the Hocking Valley
Railroad Company liave Just paid a Mi:
Steuart for tho loss of ids.
Consumptives, Take Notice.
Lseiy moment ol delay makes yojr euro
more hopeless, Hint much depends on the
uu clous cuoiec oi n reincii v. i no amount
of testimony In favor ol Dr. tjchenek's
ruunomcsyiup, as ncureiur con"umpiion,
lur exceeds all Hint can be brought to sup
port the pretentious ol any other medicine.
.See Dr. Sclieuek's Almanac, containing tho
eortincatCH ot'inany purbons ot the highest
renpectauiuty, who nave iicrn restored to
health, ul'ior being pronounced Incurable
liv iiliTsIc bins ol ucknov. Icul'ciI ahllitv.
Hclienck's Pulmonic Syrup alone lias cured
many, as them evidences will show ; but
euro Is often promoted by tao employment
oi two oilier rcineuifs wuicn nr. aencncK
provides lortbopiirposo. These additional
remedies arc Sehenck's Sea Wted Tonic
and Mandrake Pills, By the timely use ol
tlic.o merit l'HK, according to directions,
Dr. bclicuck certltieH unit most any cau ol
Consumption may be cured.
Dr. Be henck Is nrofen-lonullv at hit nrln-
ct-l olllce. Curnor Sixth nnd Areli Sts.,
riiiltuleiphia, every .Monday, wnoro an let
ters tor advice imint bo addressed.
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Real Estate Agents
7-a onio aciia'trsajn,
BUY and ttll real eUtt, pay taxci. rurnlib
bttueu of tide.
JOHN a. HARM AN &
C0NVEYAWCEB8, N0TAKIE8 PUBLIC
Land Avanti of the IllinoU Cnntwl luid
Burlington and Quiucy K. ,
North Oor. Sixth mil Ohio Lva,
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The Hui.leti ts cnil to clly euljicrlbtri by
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President Cairo Itidltlln Company
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
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l'otKC b'eo to Mibmrihers In the tlnlted
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fti no Ineliides prenuvuicnt of U. H. l'o-t-
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fculxi-rlpiioti to Itsrper' Mjhh.Iiic,
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Cv this preparation, nre publicly known, to
rcmirkntle an hardly to be believed, wero
they nit proven bevond diipute. As a rem
eJv It is adequate, on which the public may
refv fur full protection, by curinp Coughs,
tlii forerunners of more terloui disease, it
saves unnumbered llvc, and an nmount of
sntTering not to lie computed. It challenges
trial, nnd convince the roost sceptical.
Everv family should been it on hand as a
protection against the eariv and unpcrcelvcd
attacks cf Pulmonary Affections, which are
easily met at first, but which become Incura
ble, and too often fatal, If neglected. Tender
lungs need this defence s and It Is unwise to
be without it. As a sifi-guard to children,
nmld the distressing diseases which beset the
Throat and Chest of childhood, CiltimY
Pectoiiai. Is Invaluable! for. by Its timely
use, multitudes are rescued from iircmaturo
graves, and saved to the lovo ami affection
centred on them. It acts speedily and surely
against ordinary colds, securing sound and
health-restoring sleep. No one will sulTer
troublesome Influenza and painful Uron
chltls, when they know how easily they cun
Originally the product of long, laborious,
and successful chemical lnTestigation.no cost
or toll Is spared in making every bottle In the
utmost possible perfection. It may ba confi
dently relied upon as possessing all tho vir
tues It has ever exhibited, and capablo of
producing cures as memorable us the greatest
It has ever effected.
Dr. J. C. AYER Si CO,, Lowell, Mass,,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BV ALL UaUOOtSTJ EVERTWIIEBS.
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
wliieh is at
jiim tlio Imir.
ft soon re-
'' to its oriiiual
color, with the ihm nnd freshness of
youth. Thin 1 r h lliiekcned, full
ing linir elieel.iil, nnd baidiicbs often,
tlioiigli not nl'vnys, cured by ita
use. Xotliing i.m restore the Imir
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the gliiuil.i utroidiieil and decayed;
hut such ag remain can he wived by
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activity, so that a now growth of
hair is juoduced. Instead of fouling
the hair with a pasty sediment, it
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occasional use will prienl tlio hair
from turning gray or lulling off,
and consequently prevent hahlne.
Tho restoration of vitality it gives
to tlio rcnlp arrests and prevents
tho formation of dandruff, wliieh is
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Freo from thor.o deleterious sub
stances which mako soino prepara
tions dangerous, and injurious to the
hair, the Vigor can only benefit, but
not harm it. If wanted merely for
n HAIli DRESSING, nothing else
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lor.;; on tlio hair, giving it n rich,
r;b-sy lustie, nnd a grateful purfiuno.
Prepared by Dr. J. C, Ayer & Co,,
rri' llcnl niul Analytical Chemists,
SOLD IIY ALL PHU00IST8 EVEHrWIIMtK,
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