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Pattf, th noted lngr . wfciMt? Tol'
hti been heard in e?fy connhlerM city
ttftbc civilized irorM, I lout to ha tll
vortetlfrpiti hrr titHtand, the MnQitil Of
Caut, on koroont ol Inconipntiliility of
temper. ' And this division In tlic Mar
quis' household lias roncM wl the. old lt
qalry, "why do prominent people, eo
ple celebrated for any pnrtlonlnr talent or
gift, o often, compared with tho poor
and tbe obscure, live uuhappy
domestic Jivear'; 'or we Ix-lieve tliere
is a fallacy implied In the question ; that
experience proves that the rich, the tal
ented, the distinguished, do not, n n
rule, live lesa Imppy married lives thnu
do tho plain, the obscure, and the un
known people who make up "the
masses" of the world. When plain Mr.
nud Mrs. I'.rown discover an in
compatibility ot temper between them,
and they agree to disagree, the
affair Is of no particular interest to any
but themselves and their email circle ot
friends. When the unknown Mr. nud
Mrs. McAnything indulge in a family
broil, in which rolling pins and
skillets play a prominent part, the his
tory of the event is preserved only on
the records ol a police court and is not
handed down to future venerations on
the pages of the biographies of the par- I
tics, for the reason that their biogra
phies are never written. It is only "the
masses" who can enoy their connubial
infelicities in comparative privacy so far
as relates to the world at large. It U
the conspicuousncs8 ot genius or wealth
that makes tho domestic affairs of people
who are burdened with cither, matters
not strictly their own. When
Patti delights a world with tho
Kwectnessand the power and the general
hcavenlinc88 of her voice, she Is no
longer a strictly private person. Sho
belongs to tho public and when she
quarrels with her husband, the whole
world takes an affectionate solicitude in
the out-come of the domestic discord. '
And so on, through the whole world of
celebrities. If Socrates had not been
Socrates, his wrargles with Xantippe
would not have been remembered
through hundreds and hundreds of years.
If Osar had been less than Ca wr itwould
long since have been forgotten that it
was necessary tor his domestic peace
that his wife should te, above suspicion.
Though Shakespeare and his , .Anne
Hathaway did not, as a daily occurrence,
dine on stalled ox, their meal ot herbs
was not often spiced with love, but who.
two centuries after they lived and quar
reled, , , would . have . borne , it
in memory. If -he,'; if tlie lord" of
a much disturbed household,
bad been a pcnny-Ilner whose reputa
tion was only contemporaneous with hit'
breath: Likewise, with Byron's genius,
will live as long as it lives the record of his
unhappy union with Miss Milbank.
Ou the contrary, though we have
i ueouore ranter assertion tuat a per
fect marriage is bo rare that he imagined
the suu la l ie Heavens wouiu stop in Ms
course to view the sight, the
- pages , ot past , and contempora
neous history' contain the record
of many very happy, it not
quite perfect, marriages ot men and wo
men, who have made, or are helping to
make the history ot the world. One
ol the most touching pages of Macauley'a
England, is that on which is described
the grief of William of Orange on the
death ot Mary, his queen, to whom he
was most tenderly and devotcdlyattaehed.
Between Louis tho Sixteenth and Marie
Antoinette, the most beautiful and un
fortunate of the queens of Trance, there
existed an affection that was heightened
by mistortune and grew beautiful in its
strength as they walked together down
into the yalley and the shadow of their
tragic deaths. Klopstock, the cele
brated German poet ol the Eighteenth
century, waited with a patience that was
almost divine, for the woman he loved,
and "after long years," when success
ntieuuea ins wooing, he was re
warded with a wifely love that wus
"Faithful and patiaot ami Un.lcr and true. "
The attachment between Washington
and his wife was very strong ; his love
for her was equalled by her prido in him.
Jefferson lost his wife when he was yet
a young man; he mourned her with an
intensity of grief and though he lived
till he was past four score years, he
taithtully kept a promise made to
her ou her death-bed never
to fill her place in his af
fection by a seooud marriage
i ue pages or history aro dotted all
over with instances like these; and
In our own day, they are numerous and
striking. The poet Tennyson is as
happy in his married lite as lie could
have be3n had he never been made fa
mous bj "In Memoriam" or "Idyls of
tho King." Uisrud'a union with a wo
man , many years hU senior was
the beginning of a domestic
felicity broken only by her death.
uaconacu, uie uermau compotcr, de
dicated a late book on America to his
wife and published to the world on its
pages hhi admiration as well as his
l tor the woman who .hares his name
und hu home.
But we should transcend the limits ot
a newspaper article already too long it we
were to mention further names as
proof that "the only bliss that hu surviv
ed ihe fall" is enjoyed in large proportion
by people whom the world eali great. We
willjiut add, however, that here In Amer
lc, the man who was comparatively un
known a year ago but who is now the fore
most In the nation, luUted onevlncing his
npect and affection tor LU wife by re
viving from her the first handshake at
ter he was publicly inaugurated preu
Witt ot the United Statts.
Talis TO war or sitTViiLr. in
GrayvUle, White county, wauU tuin
honor at leaat from l'rkWiit LUyts. m
tuiiuare thus jtat fy the Greyyllk
Geo. IV. McCreary, of Iowa, (lie gen
firman selected by President Hayes, as
secretary ol war, was born in the north
west corner ot Vanderburg county, some
Ifcree miles from Ctnthiana, Vof
county, Indiana. 1835, and when about
fonr years old bis parents became resi
dents of Iowa. There were at that time
several families ot the connection, ami
wetortlfTe he Is a relfttire ot Mr; Martin
McCreary, of Orayville. This txing
true. Orayville should contend for some
honor at (east from President Hayes.
This reminds iw, as the lamented Mn
coin wns wont to say, of a
little story. Many yean ago, an
old lady was lonrneylng from
Pennsylvania to one ol the central towns
In Ohio. In tho stage coach, she en
tered Into conversation with one of her
fellow passengers when It transpired
that both were going to tho same town.
It also transpired that tho gentleman
was a colli n maker and that some years
before he had made a coflln for a distant
relative of the lady, a relative; who had
tiled in the town to which she was going.
The old lady was delighted at this piece
of information. That coffin was a bond
ol Interest between her and her interlocu
tor, a link which was not to be rudely
snapped asunder. . She informed htm
that he might expect a visit from her as
she made her rounds among her friends,
and she kept her word by spending some
three mouths with Itlic colli n maker and
"By the same token." or one quite as
good,the Orayville Imttptndtnt thinks the
town of Gray vlllo should have some lion
or at least from President Hayes. e
hereby extend our congratulations to the
Orayvillites on Ithc link that binds
them to the President, nnd hope they
will be gratified in their aspiration.
l.IPPIXf OTT-.H MAOA7.IXL.
The two most attractive articles in
IAppinr.o1t's Magazine for April arc "A
Chapter from Real Life," describing the
experiences and struggles ot an English
lady of refined breeding, who some years
since crossed the Atlantic In the steerage
of an emigrant ship and lived for a time
in a squalid boarding house in New York
city ; and nn account ol "Wye Island,"
by Mr. Robert Wllbon, who always
writes graphically of tho social manners
and customs of the south, and in his
present paper brings into vivid light a
forgotten psgc of family history.
"Tho Tarter and . his Home," by Ed
ward C. Bruce, U full of information and
lucid nnd suggestive views in regard to
the East. It is finely illustrated, as Is
also a second paper on the "Valleys of
Peru", The fiction of the number In
cludes a deeply interesting installment of
"The Marquis of Lossle," by George
Macdonald, a short and amusing story
with the old title of "K," and the conclu
sion of Auerbach's "Gawk from Amer
ica." An editorial paper on "College Classics
and Classic Colleges," deals in a some
what trenchant way with the English
and Amerioan system of higher educa
tion, as contrasted with thnt ot Ger
manya subject which is now attracting
the attention of most Intelligent people.
Other interesting papers are "A Peace
maker ot 1782-83." and several shorter
ones In the "Gossip," on various topics.
The poetry is by Emma Lazarus, Ed
gar Fawcett and Kate ilillard, and the
critical notices of new books are vigor
ously written ; the whole forming n very
attractive nnd entertaining number.
In accordance with a resolution re
cently passed by the Illinois legislature a
committee has been appointed to con
sider the expediency of a measure to ob
tain a uniform system of school books
throughout the state. Tho committee is
composed of Smith, ot Sangamon ;
Barthelow, of Champaign; lleslet, of
La Salle ; Woodward, of Jackson, and
Went worth, of Cook.
In tho Illinois senate on Friday, Mr
Whiting's resolutions favoring the as
sumption of muuicipal indebtedness by
tho State lor the relief of cities, were
adopted. In tho house, the municipal
indebtedness funding bill was debuted
and ordered to u third reading.
As a general answer to applicants for
post olllces, Postmaster-General Key has
had a printed circular prepared, In which
unsuccessful aspirants are Informed that
under the rules of tho civil service their
applications will be considered when va
Tub nominations of Frederick W.
Seward as assistant secretary ot state
and ex-Postmaster-General Tyncr as
asshstant postmaster general, have been
confirmed by the senate.
The Hampton government in view ol
the anticipated early withdrawal of the
United States troops from the state
house is preparing to take possession of
Peter B. Sweeney, one ot tho princi
pals in the Tweed ring, has returned to
Miss Ada Sweet is not to be nut out
of the Chicago Pension agency "during
the term of her present commission."
Forty-two dromedaries i.assed
through San Bernardino a few days ago
n route for Arizona. They aro lut nded
for transporting machinery and provis
ions to the mines ot that territory, it is
the enterprise ot some Frenchmen.
Certbro-spinsl nienengitUU reported
to have broken out among the horcs of
the Brooklyn city railroad company,
Xew York, and from the .abort time It
has iuid to develop has spread with
alarming rapidity, and has already as
sumed alarming proportion.
The mayor of Ixmdon proper, a
municipality whose population is Jei
tuaa oue-tlfUi that ot Chicago, and its
territory not one-tenth, receives a salary
' per annum, witu a house bet-
-The presUfcnt ot the First National
Uukof New York, speaking of the ru.
mor that Grant Is to be)om its presi
dent, sayn 'l and the directors bf the
batik take the whole report as a rood
joke, f Yu see I am here, and have
their word that, so far as I am concerned,
uo alteration in the bank ollicers is cou
leanpiated." - - -
A correspondent writes from Paris
that a new lashlon In ladies1 stockings is
being introduced. Tho stocking is ol
thick white or pink silk the clock being
of solid but flexible gold, something like
an ordinary snnko chain, about as thick
as a m.in's little linger, and ornamented
with pearls. The price of these sample
articles of dress Is only five hundred
francs a pair, which seems very cheap.
The Misses Evarts are nil
blondes. In conversation, if you
can succeed in drawing them into
It, they show a keen sense ol the humor
ous, nnd careful training in books and
otherwise a training which Is duo to
Mrs. Evarts. In dress the young ladies
arc demure. They commonly wear their
hair in the most prim of knots, and dis
play no ornaments unless it be an an
tique gem, or something valuable lor its
age or history. Butsheir Bilks tire tho
heaviest, and they do not eschew seal
skin sacqucs. Mr. Evarts has a son in
hU law office, and another traveling, we
are told, in China. His eldest daughter
is Mrs. C. Bicnian, who resides in
Charles O'Conor's peculiar wooing
is thus told by tho Washington corre
spondent of tiie Cleveland Herald : '.'The
young and beautiful widow of Commo
dore McCracken of our navy returned
from abroad, and, finding her financial
agairs in a complicated state, went to
Mr. O'Conor to get his legal advice. Mr.
O'Conner discovered that the commo
dore had died Insolvent, and the beauti
ful widow was left to the cold mercies ot a
sclllsh world without a penny to call her
own. This ho was obliged to break to
her, w hereupon she held up her hands in
piteous . dismay, crying: 'Oh, Mr.
O'Conor, whnt shall I do? 1 who have
lived In luxury all my life." 'Madam,
said the groat lawyer, 'the best advice I
can give you is lo marry inc. They
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Ordore for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
aromptiy ftttenaoa to.
ItsT'To large consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
nontn or year, at umrorm rateB.
CAISO CITT COAL COKFAST.
r"ltlllilay Bro.'s office, Nn. 70 Olilo Ixvi
rVHuinOay Ilro.'a wluu-lbout.
Ft" At EiTYhtinn M11U. or
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Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evans
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and all way landings.
Tbe elrjfunt il'lo-what-l sUriior
VaLTKhB. l'BHNIN(TO)f....M M&stHT
JH1H1.KS 1'KNNINUTUN l.'l-rk
Will U-v Cairo t-T-ry WKtSKSDAT t 8
o'clock v. hi.
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Unvet Ckiro every SATURDAY.
koh bout mkM close connections at Clro
Witu am-chuta uinrr for til. Loui. Mi-m-iiuuiincj
New OrlnuM, and it Kvmnville Willi
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SibuUry leui'r u ail huiiU
oi urUtt-r information aiiiily te
J. At. J'HUjJl'8, 'lAlfmU.
Or to u. j. tiKAMMfctt.
"1l""uMh-ut anj Cneral rUi AgtLt.
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Ml any day ia ' ,nJ Calti. tnat accordlag
liUKS, bu brought a (mail luitum lo ibacanCul
attl.. Uuuk .ia fuU ialu.iioa unttrTt
BA.XTEH it CO.,
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)R. C. M9LANESS
.. Kcintiti.'i or Liva Comphint, .
LYSI1.1M.V ANt .K.i: HEADACHE.
Rytriitonw of a ivistascd Ijvcr.
in the r.'lit side, under the
i tle of tl ie i i! s. i ;ic reascs on pres
sure j aoinclimes the pain is in the left
side-; the palier.t is nuely able to lie
oil the left s ide ; sun etinies the pain
id felt tinder the :.l.i t:lU i-M.ide, and
it frciiiH-mly exr.ds to the top of
the shoulder, ard is M.inelinics mis
lakcn 1r a rlietiioati. til in Uie arm.
'11 if ..t(ir;;:ch i ; r.i:V t. d with loss of
r.r pet iteamlf.ii 1.: . s; the bowels in
general are e c, ... times alter
luilivewith 1j: ; '! ,;.nd istrouhled,
with j ain, a 1 i d with a dull,
hcay seiiu.li.-.n i i the back jxirt.
'llure is-.-i.er.!:i;-r . r: idtrable loss
ofmemoi v,a. t .- i - ;.i.dwithapain.
ful :.( ivat'ion cf I'.tvii .i,' k ft undone
tiometliini: which i tv l.t to have beep
done. A slight, dry coitli is some
times an aUjiuh nt. 'Hie patient
complains ofwe.-.riiie: sand debility ;
be is easily .st;:iil.d, his feet are cold
or Litrnibjr, and ha ompl.tins of a
prickly sensation of the skin; hii
sjiirits arc Ic.w; and although c h
gati- fied l ..er i; -ewcuhl bebene-
fuial to hirn, yet he can scarcely
viminon ti f -i tiliule cnotudi to try
it. In fai t, lie distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disce, but cases
have occ urred v. he re U w of them ex
isted, yet ixr.iuimuioii of the body,
after ileath, la; sh.own the i.ivfr to
have been txttmivily deranged.
AC. UK AND FKVKR.
iMt. ('. M.f..;:i:':; Lni.it I'ULS,
in casks oi A:tr. and Ft.vt.R, when
taken v illi (ii-inine, arc productive
Of the Mo..! Is pjiy n ults. No better
cathartic can 1h.- used, preparatory
to, or lifter t:;l.in Quinine. We
Would adviie ;.ll who are afflicted
v. itli this disease to give them A
I'ov all liilinu:; derangements, and
a ; a :;imple p.i native, they are tin
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St Nicholas for 1877,
Which opens with Movember, 1870, t.rpina
A Miort nnd very r nterlainiiiK serial from
tbe r'reneh'Thc Kingdom ol tho Greedy,"
a Mory adapted to the Thankegiving eanon.
Another serial, ol absorbing lute rest to boju.
"TiW OWN MASTElt, .
1V J. T. Trowbridge,
aatlior of the "Jao.k 1 1nttat d Storied," lu
tpns in the C hrislimn ltolidny uinht'r.
UefiJen si-riul florioH, Chriatmaa Morlp
livelr hkotihcK, pod in und pictures for the
holld lys, and aomo atonIs1iliig illiistrutlon
of oriental siorts, it U drnwliiKM by fiuiucse
The Christmas Holiday Number of
.Superbly illiutr.itcd, coutalnsi a very Inter
"THE BOY.S OF MY UOY1IOOD,"
fly AVilliiim C ullcn Brjnnt ;
"Tho liolse Hotel." a livelr article. !
Charles A. lUriiurd, tplcinlidly illuslratcd :
"The Clock in the ty," by ltichurd A.
l'roctor; "A Christoiaa l'lay for lloinc or
Stinday-iifhoolii," by lr. Kgg!pntnn ; "The
nwikiiu ciirisinias rreo," by l.iicretla
1'. Hale; "Toctry nnd CaroU of Winter,"
by Lucy Liircom, with pictures.
Co Not Fail to Buy St. Nicholas for the
Christmas Holidays. Price 25 cU.
During the year thcro will be Interesting
paper lor boya, by William Cullcn f.ryanl,
.JohoCi. Whittler, Tliuinua lluglieH, Wlllima
llowilt. lr. Ilollaud, ticorc MacHouald,
Sftnlord il. Hunt, r'runk 11. Stockton, and
There will be htorica. ikotches, nnd
poi'iii. of aptieial InU rcbt to n'rta, by Har
riet I'rccnott SpoOord, Snaan Coolidge,
H:nalt Winter Kellogg, KliZHlicth .Stuart
riiolps, l.oiiis-t Alcott, l.uirrtht V. Hale,
Cilia lliuxtcr, Mary Manea lindgc, sod
uinny othera. There will bo also
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Hy l'rofcssor l'roctor, the Astronomer,
with niM', fliowin; "The Star of Kach
Momn," wnicii will bo likely t- Hurpasa in
interest any aeries on popular acicin o re
cently given to tlin nublfp.
Atnuseruent and Instruction, with Fun
and Frolic, and Wit and Wisdom, w ill l.
mingled as beretotorg, and M'. iuklai
will continue to dlibt the young nud jlve
iicaiiic iu inn old,
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nnii TiwMij, - - j ue literature uul
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uiiiiiira cuiiuiiii more auraciive ma
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For tlie cure of a larpe e!n-a of DIHKA.sKfl. A No used for HlmulatlnK Vciretatloit.
t We have in stock a irood supply, and can furnlxli light to any denirrd ill
nictitloii!!, and at pi lrei tht w ill not jiiHtlly those iu want In .
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The Perfeotion of Light.
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