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4 A telegram from Hon. F. E. Albright
to the Biuetis, announces the enact
ment of th Southern lllinoU penitenti
ary bill, wUlcli Uai been gent to t!ie gov
ernor lor Ws approval. Ot course the
governor will slgu the bill, and thus the
ifculbern Illinois penitentiary bocomo
a fixed Institution. The commissioners
to select a location tor the prison, are
under the hill prohibited from locating It
at Alton. From present Indications
either Joneshoro or Grand Tower will
be selected as the site.
(1.EMEXTS FUR PERNIO' AUt-.T.
By the consolidation of the three pen
tion ajrenclcs lu this state Hon. Ike
Clements was thrown out ot ofllee, but
we understand ho Is an applicant for the
appointment ot the consolidated agency
with headquarters at Springilcld. Mr.
Clements Is a gentleman ot the liiuln'st
integrity, and perhaps as well qual
ified to Ml the position as any man In
thostute. He Is a st-ong supporter ot
the president and his Southern policy,
and we hope to seo him appointed O tlio
nioi(l,i.i liosi.i.La llfr-niir-"- nn Ilomo-
e rat can get the ofllee, and wu tlodco to
je it llJJed by a residftabfe and boiorublo
Republican, and rejpinl Mr, tli-incnlM
as such a man.
i .iPFiftt'oi't' haija.i.m:.
The contents of Lippincut l'a Magazine
fur June are light and varied. The number
opens with two finely illustrated urtielt s,
the second of Lady Iilaoelie Murphy's
agreeable llhine (Sketches, ami the con
cluding paper on the valleys of rent.
A young Italian author, Kdmondo do
Amlcis, whose name will be new to
most American readers, but whose writ
ings are very popular in his own land,
forms the subject of nn interesting ar
ticle, which Includes a translation ol n
deeply pathetic story. I'nder the title'ol
"Curious Couples," I'ev. Wllliun M.
Baker recounts some of his experiences
as a . pastor in the South.
Albert Rhodes discusses the question
of Chinese immigration, apropos of the
colony at Beaver Falls, and Ktliel Cule
gives an account of the quaint supersti
tions still cherished by the Tyrolean
peasantry. The storks are numerous
embracing the continuation ol the "Mar
quis of Losse,"' "The Lost Voice," by
Ita Aniol frokop, "A love Cha-e," by
Clarence Gordon, and "The Triest's
Son." by Tourgueneff. In the way ol
poetry there Is a dainty bit of verse by
Paul H. llayue, a string of wedding son
nets by Emma Laxaiuin, and a "Sleep
ngSong," paraphrased from Theocri
tus, The editorial departments are un
usually lull and intemting.
THE NEW VAUlt.lVr LAW.
The vagrant law passed at the present
session ot the legislature is of consider
able Importance to the people of this
city, as it places a class of idlers and vag'
abonds who have heretofore been proot
against arrest, Within the rencli ot tl.
officers, lielow we publish the full text
ol the act;
."Section 1. He it enacted by ttc leujile
tif the Mate of tllinoit, )tfiesental in the
Uetieral Aaaeinbly'l'hnt sections two hun
dred ai.d seventy (27(1) and two hundred
and seventy-one (271) ot "An act to re
vise the law in relation to criminal juris
prudence," approved MaMli 2", 171. be
ami mo same ticreoy arc so aiui-iim-il us
to read as follows:
V All A BONDS WHAT SHALL COXSIITLTK
iSec. 270. All persons who are idle and
dissolute, and who go about begging; all
persons who use any juggling or other
unlawful games or plays, runaways, pil
lerers, coulldencc men, common drunk
urds, common night-walkers, lewd, wan
ton and lascivious persons, In speech or
behavior, common railers and broilers,
pe rsons who are habitually neglectful ot
their employment or their calling, and
do not lawlully provide for thei..selves
or fur the support of their families, and
all pursous who ure title and dissolute.
and who iieirlect all lawful business, and
w ho habitually mis-spend their time by
frequenting bouses of ill-fume, gaming
bouses or tippling chops, all persons
louring in, or lound lu the night lime in
oul-houses, sheds, barns or unoccupied
buildings or lodging In the open air,
and not giving a good account of them
aelves, and all iiersons who are known
to be thieves, burglars, or pickpockets,
either by their owu confession or other
wise, or by having been convicted ot lar
ceny, burglary, or other crime against
the laws of the state, punishable by im
prisonment in the state prison, or in a
iiouse of correction of any city, and hav
ing no lawful means ot support, are hab
itually found prowling about any steam
boat landing, railroad depot, banking
Institution, broker's office, place of pub
lic amusement, auction room, store, shop,
or crowded thoroughfare, car or omni
l us.or at any public gathering or assem
bly, or lounging about any court room,
private dwelling houses, or are found In
any house ot ill-fame, gambling house,
or UppHug shop, shall u deemed to be
and Uu-y are declared to be vagabonds.
Sec. 271. It shall be the duty ot the
tlteritl, constable or marshal, and police
olUceri ot any county, town, village, city
or other municipality in this state to nr
rest upon view, or acting at the request
of anv person: providtd.such person shall
bavetirst made a written complaint and
obtained a warrant from an olfcer au
thorized to issue one for the arrest of any
sueh vagabond, to arrest and luing be
fore the nearest justice ol the juaee or
pollcejustice, any such vagabond wher
ever be may be lound, lor the ptirpo'e
ot examination, and the said dieriff,
constable, city marshal, police cfllcer,
or other ofllcer, shall then aul there,
make complaint against such rasahoud
and the said iustice ot the peaw o- police
justice shall, within tbirty-iix hours
thereafter, proceed to try tho jeisoimc
euneil ot being a vngabond, ar.d if be
pleaili guilty, or if he bo found guilty,
the said Jrome of the peace cr police
JunUce may lentenee the said Miraboud
, to Imyrlnoumcut at bard labor uptn the
streets or highways, or In the juil c-iln-boose
or other building used lor penal
purposes, of u,e county, town, o ;Ii,,
city or other municipality In wiiieh
" he was convicted, or to the hoise i
correction of any city having a coitraet
wltb such county tor the care of irlon
ers. lor a term ot not lew than tej aVs
andnotexoeeding nx month,, tl ,j
discretion of the said justice of tlipPftJ
or police Justice, or tbo said luhV of
the peace or police juatlr may mlvne
tteittidTagaUndtopaya tine d iwt
lesi than twenty dollars nor mn n....
out hundred dollars and cost of ui, ami
Iii default ot the Immediate payment ol
said line and costs, so imposed, aid
vagabond shall thereupon be aeulcneed
to imprisonment at hard labor In jail,
calaboose or other building used for that
nurnose. or in said house ot corieetion.
or on the streeU of public highways for
a term of not less than five days nor
more than six months, by the said jus
tico of the peace or police Justice. In all
complaints umicr wis act, me comum"".
shall set torth the name of the offending
person, it ho can obtain the same, the
place and date of offense, and shall also
set forth such other facts as will, If sub
stantiated by competent witnesses, rs'ao
lisli the guilt of the prisoner. 'Ihe ius
Hce may cause to be subpoenaed sueli wit
nesses as the defendant may request, and
may be found within the jurisdiction of
sueh ofllcer Issuing such writ of arrest.
arul the complaint shall
bo signed and sworn by
the complainant. In all cases under tli.a
act justice shall make a full record ot the
irivinff the duto of tho complaint
and ol the offence, nntue ot the defend
ant, it known, and character of the
charges, the names ot all witnesses ex
amined, and his lindlngs, together with
nil other nrocceu'lnga had In tho case,
and when he spall commit any vagabond
to the jail, calaboose or other building
used lor penal purposes, ns hereinbefore
stated, or to tho house of correction ot
any city, lie shall make out a inillunus
and sign the same, directing tho same,
in the nam ot the people of the State ot
Illinois, to the sheriff of the county, or to
the superintendent ot tnu nouse 01 cor
rection, of tho city, or to any olllcer luiv-
incr rii'ircrn oi'anv snuh tail, calaboose or
ImTlillnsr itieil tor liiinill purposes. US
mittimus must show tie tluto of tbo
cfmrire, fimne of the complainant, niinic
of tho defendant, if known, the ollensu
charged, names ot all witnesses exam
ined, date ami place of trial, the finding
of the court, ami the sentence impned,
and it shall command the said sheriff or
t! e said superintendent of the 1 ouse of
correction, or any other such officer as
afore-aid, as the ease may be. In receive
and keep the body of tho said (leleni'it,
as said mittimus may provide, until tilt;
expiration of the time speeilied in the
sentence, or until ho be discharged by
due process ot law, which said mittimus
shall be MilhVlont warrant to the said
sheriff or to the said superintendent of the
house of correction or olher olicer. ns
the case may bo. to hold the body of the
mid defendant, as by the terms of sen
tence as in such mittimus command;
Provided, that nothing herein shall bo
construed to prohibit tho officer in
charge of any such Jail, c.iaboose, house
of correction, or other building used
for penal puposes from compelling such
prisoner to work at reasonable labor for
tbo benefit of any such county, town,
village, cily or other municipality.
wherein said prisoner may have been
The Land of the Orange.
n IiilVrCHltiiu l.etlcr From MInx
Kimmi I. It mutton Her Fattier- A
Trip up the Nt. .lolni'M Kivcr -'I lie
Oriuiui- Jrvon-'llic Winlrr llonien
l the nept-hvr mill mncr -onine,
Pai.atka, Fi.a., April 2n, 1877.
.Mv DcAit Fatiikr I have Just return.
ed from a very enjoyable trip the ex.
ploratlonol the SSt. John's river lrom
Jacksonville to Kntcrnrise, a distance of
two hundred miles. It is an excursion
FLO II IDA VISITORS
never fall to take, and one that fully re
mvs tliein. be they seeking health, re
creation or knowledge of the country
Tho accommodations for taking the trip
are decidedly good. The line Charleston
steamers run lrom Jacksonville to Pa
lalka, seventy-live miles, wheio a change
must be made to a smaller boat, but
whoso accommodations are good for a
party of eighty or a hundred people.
This boat proceeds to Enterprise, the
practicable head ot navigation and the
end ol the mail line ; but tlioso with nn
exploring turn of iniiid and no objection
to cramped quarters, can take passage at
Enterprise on a little toy steamer that
resembles tho Ohio river tugs, and go on
and on in a cranked, narrow, devious
way until tliojT:each thy Indian river
t this point it Is only
SIX MILKS ACItO.SS
from one river to the other, and the dis
tance can be overcome and tho person
also in an ox or mule team. Hut doubt
less the fatigue is quickly totgottcn as
the admirer of nature sails upon the
bosom of the clear, placid stream that
many have pronounced to be unrivalled
la loveliness. But until 1 have taken in
the charms of the Indian river I shall
remain loyal to the St. John's.
liEAfTIKl L ST. .lOIIX'.S !
It is everything that other rivers are not.
Deep and narrow at places, and then
suddenly spreading out into vast lakes.
Flowing tor miles in a wide, a straight
channel, and then darting around in such
crooked, tortuous paths that the points
of the compass are in inextricable con
fusion. Pertectly clear, but nothing visi
ble an inch below its blue-green surlace.
Its bosom at times so smooth that we
seem to be floating on glass, but a slight
breeze breaking it into angry, lighting.
TIIK IXPIA.V XAMK
For it means "string of pearls or,
"chain of lakes," according to the poeti
cal or prosaic nature of the interpreter
Tho width of the river as lar
up as Pal.itaka is from one to two mlh-a.
One hundred miles lrom Jacksonville the
river spreads out Into tho first lake of
any importance Lake George. This
is eight miles in width and eighteen in
length, Alter leaving this tho river sud-'
denly gets very narrow and very crooked.
Tho steamer looks like a monstrosity on
that little winding thread of water. It
seems impossible to turn the huge un
wieldy structure around those sharp
corners. 1 ho pilot works his wheel vig
orously, and bends all his energy to his
task, utterly uumindlul of tho anxious
eye cast In his direction. The captain Is
more at leisure, and says in answer to
the appeals from the ladics( men nrc all
stoics, of course) : "No, madam, there
is not the least danger ol our run
ning into tho woodn." "Oh,
ye, miss, there is plenty of
water, twenty-live feet under us.'
The "madam" was Mrs. dipt. Ab'x
llullidav of Gallipolis, Ohio, and the
"niin," your daughter, and hmh I Us
being the guests of the g'.'nlaJCllPU Cld
ridge on his
LlllUSf BTEAMI'.ll "l'ASTI.MK,"
we were enoying our holiday t tho tit
moat capacity. Everything conspired
to our pleasure. Tbo weather was
neither too cool nor too warm, but Just
perlectas much ol Florida weather is.
i he sky was while and blue overhead.
and the water cool and sparkling under
neath ; while the olllcers ol the bout were
courteous, attentive nnu ever reauy in
answer our Innumerable quesiiom,. uu
farther south we went tho
LOW til AND HOltE MAKSIIV
beenmo the land, and the fewer the habi
tations of man. But wnai
was lost in civilization
was gained in pieturcsqucnasg. u uv
mat has alwavs been within tho pale ot
common-place civilization would not en
joy sailing oyer a lovely stream of water
that seemeu then to navu neen proven
for the first time, ami whoso waves lap
ped a shore that seemed only the home
or dampness, luxuriant our. uecaymi;
vegetation, birds ami reptih 8. It made our
pulses beat with a pleasant excitement to
COKSTEIIXATIOX OL'R COMING CALSUP.
The lovely white crano flew from h"r
perch in tho river to circle contused.)'
over our heads; tho unwioldly alligator
dropped from his sunny log with a thud
nuil splash, and tho frightened water
moccasin, in his quick swim for the
bank, left a long narrow line in
the water. The llsh rose, dived,
and frolicked around us In spite of the
treacherous hook and line that so illy
repaid their confidence. Hut we smoth
ered our sentimental feeling on that sub
ject for trout, blacx bass and shad, when
cooked by a llrst-class steamboat stew
ard, are unquestionably good. So. also
are wild turkey, venison and turtle
soup, and all these except tho soup the
sportsman's rillu laid at our feet. Ol
eonrsc we were not in an entirely wild
mil uninhabited country, but It becomes
nearly so as the
HKAD OK .NAVIGATION
is reached. There nro only two towns
on the St. John's river, Jacksonville and
Pnlatka. The former lias ten thousand
and the latter one thousand resident in
habitants. The other places
along the river are called
'landings," and they consist ol an
orange grove, and iron one to six
l:oiis s. The most ot thun are owned
by wealthy Northerners who did not
get over the Florida few r in time to save
their pockets. The houses are in Miuple
cottage style, Invariably painted while,
and just as surely sot under the shade
of t'lie live oak. Th second landins
above Jacksonville, culled Mandarin, is
pointed out to tourists as tho
Wl.NTKIl UO.Mi: OK JIHS. 11. II. STOWK.
The live oaks almost screen it from view,
uut lust eiioui'li is visible to show that
tho house is sadly m need of paint.
Further up the river, above j.ake
George, we find the Ueeclie r family rep
resented aguin. Mrs. II. W. Beecher lias
started an orange grove a lew miles
back where there is a fine sulphur
pring. Sanlord, on l.ake Monroe, op
posite Enterprise, is owned and named
II. I,..,,... n.,,1 l,t.i
lOr Our lllllMMl-l w J.uifcmm, Mint mo
resident agent is the iieutenani-goveruor
ot the state. Hull. At.Meiionviue,amiie
n nvc Sanfonl. lives a nussiuu oum,
nnd further down the river a uiiapiuateu
little iiouse is said to t e me home oi -irs.
Lincoln s sister, l ou see we nave sonic
ltKI'RHSE.NTATIVKS OK ARISTOC1IACY
Along the St. Johu's, If they are birds of
verv ilillertnt feathers. Jluny ot these
bimliiiL's owe their location to the vicinity
of line, su Dhur springs, "ureen v.ave
SnriiiL's" are the most noted, and as fill
cacious in curing rheumatism as the
Hot Springs" ot Arkansas. The two
commodious hotels there are filled to
overflowing every winter.
Enterprise, beautifully situated on
Lake Monroe, is also favored
with mineral waters, and the Hrock
House receives the liberal patronage It
so well deserves. Large, comfortable
rooms, wide, cool verandas, nnd a plat ol
'round set out in the most exquisite
ilower3 of all descriptions, and all tree to
the guests ot the house, r lowers grow
iuMv hero, anil there are miantitics
all the yards, but no vegetable gardens
anywhere, les, I saw two on my trip
on tho river. Ono was a patch of corn
whoso stalks, set in a straggling uncer
tain way, were almost a loot high, 1
don't know what the other garden con
tained ; it hadn't come up yet. They say
that nice vegetables can bo raised here if
mnxr oyster shki.i.s
and plenty or energy nro put into the
soil. The only dark, rich earth 1 saw
was very low, marshy land, subject to a
Several patches of "shell land" were
pointed out to me as being quite produc
tive, but it soon wears out. The timber
along the St. John's ought to be a big
source of revenue to Florida, for there
are vast lorests of pine, cypress and oak.
The half dozen small saw mills I saw
certainly could not go tar towards sup
plying Hit: great demand there is lor
A rOINT OF INTEREST
I have failed to mention is "The lllufls,"
Have you gotten me In your mind's eye
looking up with awe at a huge, towering
mass ol rocks': Well, I just cast my eye
on a little rise of white eand about us
high as our Ohio levee at high water.
There Is no grand scenery in Eastern
Florida, but to a northern person
there is the charm ot novelty
in the tall, straight pines, with their
bare, ungraceful trunks, and the round
tuft ot leaves at tho top moaning and
sighing in tho breeze. The eye docsiot
weary of watching the live ouk dip its
bright glossy leaves in the water; anil,
when farther south, we conic
to the groves of pdmetto trees, we al
most fancy that the paint -'d savage, in all
his lormer power and glory, will ruh
down upon us with uplifted tomahawk.
We make a remark something to this ef
fect, and an old Floridiau tells us
DOWX I.N TUB KVKRGLADK9
Ho has seen plenty ol the "vurinln,"
greasy, dirty, and wearing clothes. This
same old gentleman seems loud of im
parting his information, so wo asked
him to entertain us awhiie.
He clio-e the lruitfol theme ol
tbo alligator. He says it is
wouucriui now long a "gaiter ' can go
without eating. From torpidity or lazi
ness, ho will carry an empty stomach tor
six mouths, ami then suddenly fill it up
with a "nigger or a dog. The alligator
docs not Bwullow bis victim whole, but
11 rm ly closing his jaws around an arm or
a leg, ho whirls hj huge body over and
over until tho member Is uuiointcd.
Horrible, isn't It!
When I last wrote you the banks
of the St. John's teemed with northern
visitors. They have now all departed,
and we feel deserted and painlully quiet.
The oranges, too, arc gone that U In
their great abundance. We do not have
them rolling nil oyer the house, w hen we
have to pay il fty cents a dozen for Ihem.
In Mure.li the orange trees were covered
with their white blossoms, and the air
was almost tmrdend with the exquMto
perfume. The new fruit Is now about
the size of cherries. There arc other
lrults, sueh as peaches, Japan plums,
strawberries and black berries ralcd
hero, but not In great quantities. The
need of them h not felt, lor tho orange
goes far ahead of them in nil respects.
It is easily raised, lusts all the year, and
is cheap. Nothing coiueg no near my
Mea of tho "nectar ot the gods' as a
Florida orange ripe, Juicy, mellow and
dellclously flavored. A friend semli Inn
market basket lull ol the beautiful yel
low fruit. You sit down before nn open
tlre-plaoo with a towel in your lap, bite
a tiny holo in an orange, put your mouth
to It and suck. You eloso your eves
I m pure ueiigni as the delicious julco
runs hi a sternly stream uown your
throat. Then you throw the mpiy r nil
In tho lire placu and tnkn up another
orange: and so on according to your ea-
paclty.'imdit will be iniuh greater tunn
you would Imagine. Any ono wno lias
only eaten the fruit shipped, ennhave no
Idea how much better it is when picked
from the tree nt maturity. The sour
orange and the bitter-sweet, which
GROW WILD IN' THK WOODS,
and are used as shade trees hi tho town,
furnish a fruit that answers every pur
pose of the lemon and of course can be
obtained without c:ist. Orange-ado made
from the sour orange is a delicious hi v-
eragc, nnd orange wine, v.nen a jc.u
or two old is said H very mm.
The orange Is a piolilio subject, find one
that I like to dwell on ; but lor fear I
have exhausted both It and you, I break
oil for the present.
Your nffectlonuto daughter,
Niililinleorliniiin mid Ki:1ili:it of
(Chicago Inter Omu, A lU iT, !" )
The medicinal properties of sulphate ot
quinia are so generally and eU under
stood, that it is almost unnecessary to re
fer to them; but It may be ol interest to
our reuders to mention a lew I acts re
garding the various alkaloids other
man quinia which are found in the ciu
Our utteiitiou has been directed to this
subjec t by the present high price ot sul
phate ot quinia, which is quoted at il.'l'i
to $l.bU per ounce m this couuiry,
against SJ.'JO per ounce this lime last
year, unci 15 to 10 .shillings per ounce in
Kiij;land, against (i tabiiiiiigii 0 pence per
mice in t'lbruary, JS7G.
The advance in price Is due the scarc
ity and enhanced a ue ol ci ichuna hui ks
ami tlio explanation ol tins is the dillicul
ty of transporting the hark lrom the in
terior to the seaboard in Peru and other
South American states on account nt in
ternal disturbances, and these states are
the source of largo supplies of the bark.
It is well-known that the high prices
tend to diminish consumption, mid direct
attention to other articles that may lie
substituted for those commanding ex
treme figures ; and we are therefore not
surprised to learn that the cheapest alka
loids ol cinchona barks are now claiming
lhu principal alkaloids, other than
iiiiuia, are quiiiidia, ciuclionidia and
cinchouia. As to the prices of these
preparations, we learn that sulphate ol
quimdiii Is selling at about onc-lhud the
price of sulphate ol quinia ; xulphato of
cinchonidia ubout one-seventh tho price,
and siilphnlool elnclioiiia about ouc-ci;h-teeuth.
As to their medicinal valip; we
ure inloruied that, In the opinion ol very
many physicians heio ami abroad, tin y
are regarded as fully equal to sulphate ol
It is to tic ooMTvcu imii nicy are ot
tered by the American manufacturers in
ample quantity and at the low prices
above inillcaieii, so mat no Hunger oi a
failure to provide lor the necessities ol
of all classes of our people in this direc
tion need be apprehended
Now, as to their medicinal properties;
"In the year 1S00 the Madras Govern
ment appointed a medical commission
to test the respective ellleacy, in the
treatment of fever, ol quinine, quinidine,
cinclionlnc and ciiiclionidiuc. Of the sul
phates of these alkaloids a due supply.
especially prepared under Mr. Howard's
superintendence, was placed nt the dis
posal of the commission. From the re
port (lllue Honk-East India Cinchona
cultivation, 1870, pp. 1.10-172) it appears
that the number ot cases of paroxyinal
nialar.oits levers treated was 2,1,
namely; blf with quinine, Mil, willi
quinidine, M) Willi cinc.noiiine nnd I0;i
Willi cinehonid'me. Of llie-c 2 172 cases
were cured and 27 failed. The dillcn nec
in remedial value ol the tour alkaloid
as deduced lrom t)ie.,o experiments, may
bo thus 3tated:
Quiuidinc Ratio of fiilure j.cr 1 , " 0 cast,
Quinine Ratio of luiluiG jut 1,0m) zuxi
( inehonhliiit llulinja fiiluri- jier l,lri cn-i-s
tiiirhoninc llalio uf failure i-i- 1 ,0"0 -ae,.-s
treat, d i'l
"The Indian giveniini nt. acting on
the recommendation of Mr. Howard, I
licially advised Hrcember 10, 17:i) the
more tree use in Inlia of cinchona alka
loids other than quinine, and especially
of sulphate of cnulionidiiie, which is
procurable in nhunilaucc from red bark."
The matter Is attracting thu attention
of medical men generally in tins coun
try, and in view of this tact tlie surgeon
general has issunl the following circular
letter with refer-ine to the u. ot sul
phates ot clnchni a; alkaloids by medical
ofllocrs of the marine hospital service,
April 12, 177:
"To iwdtail olticrrl'ili 1 nik-1 stales iimriiie
"Calling your stttent ion to Ihe extra
ordinary incrc;c-t in the market price ol
the quinia sulphite, and at the same time
to the aecumiilat ng testimony in favor
ol tlio employincit of the quiiiidia, cin
chonidia and liin'homa sulphates, ot
which the two li'-t named arc believed to
be as clllcacious i- the quinia sulphate,
it is suggested tint the le-s costly salts be
aocorded a lair rial.
" You are requested to take Ibis matlcr
in consideration n prnparing your next
seini-ntinual requisition lor medical sup
plies, to be forwmled dnr ng the coining
The result ot tin- experience of our
army surgeons vill be looked lor with
interest. The si Iphaic of cinchonidia is
not, however, a w medicine to the fac
ulty in tliis coun.ry, and when it has
been accorded i fair trial it is said to
liavo fully sust;ii,ul the claims made
Itocky long,, Kmnbicn.
Few people then- ure who do not cher
ish delightiul anticipations of some day
gliding ucross the great plains ol the lar
west to seek new it-use upon liiu in the
pure, bracing, exhilcrating atmosphere
ol the majestic mountain ranges ot Colo
rado. To nil w,o have dreamed ol days
amid tin. matchless scenes, the towering
peaks and deep-mouthed gorges ot the
"A'pi ot America" tho Pocky moun
tain tourist will couio ns an awakening
to realization. It is a superb publication
In cyei-y particular, the letter press the
peril ctiou of typographical excellence,
the arrangement a model lor book prin
t"rs, while such distinguished urtlsis as
Monin, liisbing, Luugrldge, French and
Worrell furnished the drawings for tbo
illustrations which so profusely adorn
the piiircs. Tho views In tlio Muncos
and Mclilmo cnunns are subjects entirely
new and of rnro faciiiatlon, while the sin
gclc engraving of the 1'oyal (lorgo ol
the Arkansas is ten by fifteen Indies In
dimensions, The Tourist, nldo from Its
rich typography and highly artistic en
graviugs, is a work of rare interest, writ
ten, as it in, in nn ensy and graphic vein
throughout, Mr. J. (i. I'anglinrn, the
author, being nn old newspaper man,
and the treatment of tho Tourist more
ot the journalistic order than of the stereo
typed book writer i When It Is stated
that the publisher, Maor T. J. Ander.
"on, ex-mayor of Topeko. Kansas, sends
a specimen ropy Of tho AW;y Mountain
Tour'ut absolutely free to all requesting,
by letter or postal card, such favor, his
exrt.'ding liberality cannot but meet
wiin such iindlstfiiucd appreciation on
the part of tho publln nt largo ns tu re
quire the services of nulto a circle of
equally generous friends to assist him lu
opening and responding to Ids mall.
That all will receive who but nk (here
is, however, no question.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 8AFFOBD. Vrmldent.
8. S. TAVUm, Vice PKuldnit.
W, HVSL'Ji', sec' v and I'muium.
P.W. IIahci.ay, fllAS. (Hmohkh,
r. M. HroCHI'l.l.TU, fADL O. SCIICH,
It. II. i;LNSINillAM, It. I,. IlALLlDAY,
J. M. I'uiLLu-a.
LN I Kill-. ST jmid nn (tcposlts it the nt ol tlx
jut cent, per annum, March 1st and Suptem
jut M. Intel-put not withdrawn la added iiiiuia
liiitely to tlio prmopiii ol llie iieuumta, llu-roiiy
riviuK them i-iiiunuuiid interest
Marriod Women and Children may
Dopofiit Money and no ono
olso can draw it.
I ijien every busiueusdiiy nmrafla.ni. to S ii.m
Hi Sutiiriluy eveninifs t'ur auvhiga deiioaiu only
torn 'J to s
W. HY3Z.0P. Treasurer.
Ni.ll'. Vice I'lti't.
.1. Itcr'.ti, Aunt.
.Cornor Commercial Avo.audBt Streot
!'. HrnK, Oiirci. Win. KliiC', l airo.
!' Sill, ( Him. Win Wiill'i , L'uini.
. Siiriinl.il, L'niro. It 1-. Ilillinirelcy,!. I.oui
t. Iln.lir, I inni. II. WellK, I uiiu.
('. II. Ilriiikiiuin. M. bniiid,
I. V. i;ii!iisnn, Cutisliiiiiu.
i Oi'iii lill IlllllUiriu ItimlncMH llwiic,
5 51' 'c.leuii!.- sold mid t!,nf fit Inten-ct paid
n the :; iht-M 1 . jjiirt m.-iit . I nil. -.lions inivli',
nd all Ii'j!iii!irt4 uruiiiMlv iitteii'li il Ui.
City National Bank
CAPITAL; - $100,000
W. T IIAI.I.IIIA V, 1'r.Hl.lont.
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iJonaa nought ana sow.
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Knj;lish Brussels, Three Ply and Ingrain
also, St dr ('Hriirt'.Velvet iiuifj, I'riiuili
Cloths, Oil l liiths, i-ti-., very cLeap
at the Old Place
112 PULTON ST., NEW YORK
Carpets carelully parked ai d krut to an
part of tun United Mates Iriu of ctiaiyo.
13-SEND FOR PAICS LIST.
J A- BENDaIjTj
No SO Ohio I.cvec,
For Diseases of tho
Throat and Lunttn,
such as CouchB,
,"v.- Coufih, EronchitiH,
n Asthma, and Con
The reputation it has attained, In
consequence of the marvellous cures it
has produced during the lust hulf con
lury, is a nulllcient assurance to tlio
public that it will continue to realize
the happiest results that can he desired.
In almost every section of country
there are persons, publicly known, who
have been restored from alarming and
even desperate diseases of the lungs,
by its use. All who have tried It ac
knowledge Its superiority ; and where
its virtues arc known, no one hesitates
as to what medicine to employ to re
lieve the distress and sutlering peculiar
to pulmonary affections. Chkkky Pec
tohal always affords instant relief, and
perforins rapid cures of tlio milder va
rieties of bronchial disorder, as well as
tho more formidable- diseases of the
As a safeguard to children, amid
tho distressing diseases which beset
tho Throat and Chest of Childhood, It
Is invaluable; for, by its timely use,
wiultitudes ure rescued ami restored to
This medicine gaim friends nt
every trial, as the rules it is constantly
producing s.e too remarkablo to bo
forgotten. No family should be with
out It, unt" those who have oiico used
it never will.
Kmiuent Thyslcians throughout tho
country prescribe It, ami Clergymen
olleu recommend It from their kuuwl
cihju of its effects.
Dr. J. C.AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical tud Analytical CliemUtn.
SOU! DY ALL MtUUUISM EYlSUVWllUUlu
n?!!r,'.'','!",'wp,,,I,,,l'',,,n tlxMreuliuuiilol buunUnu
CM'OUIU DllUhM'Multi'it I art.
Jr. Ill TIN' Miirifrttfr Oniric.
A I'iiyitioln(iifui Vidw t'l Mwrrmwi
d-r t In' limrrml intl IUuk- i tt unr-iinit
iimirlnff, tn tln tuvti rii'iU'f rt-initnt-
i iH Hiid Dm Lint' li,lln.iitifnt t.milu
nuii)i(i ii mil wtn.:uilMii An HiiKirnti'il (.in ifi:viui:'- ,
j 'f inniiK rimlnirt, vhlfli ultuulUbv kvBunJ'f lu.k unj
k"V. Mi nt tjn-i-r fi r jVi rr.
0 rriVit((Nnlnioiil ImIIi -xwt tlx-iihn- hm l
orili jNHlliii'wnui nvMi'in utitt tin' liit'dt.inilciiti .l 4i,hl;i4
V i"i i h'uvii', m-nt ii'itti rw nl tir 1 1
MFDICAIj ADVlOhlmi hfiiiilmul H'limiuc lihrrum
flt-innml Wt ulincn, ('nhirt'i, CfitirtT, ItnidiMi , U? ((jun
ll ilitl, Ac, ii 'ii.iiitf nink M tit iihtl'-r ki u! lui ID civ Al'
Iht'i'f liooktn'Min-ilnititf 4tUmuM nini'V titiiinc wintit
kllUWHiJI nn ln Mlljt-il, BO lit K'VMirt'ly Hl'tllUtl till 10.
erfpt of HO ctM. Ail-In-, Dr. ButlV biKpcntrtiy,
Wi.-UN.ftlhit.. ., Mo. tUiait-.i iM.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City NaUonal Eauk Building, np-itairi
:h OldtHt EatabUohed Areuoy in Soutt3
ern uuiioi, rvrtiHtiuUut? ovir
tB5 noo ooo
The Southern Hotel tiiirned d on, and
vet how nmiiy nenhle enrrv their owa
risks, (lout imee to Henry Wells, (ieneral
Airent. and havcjoiir prui-ertv iiilired at
.The losii of
In this terriiile St. ll.iis liro wan yie:it.
Oiituin a l.iln liiMiruni'ii I'lilii-v at (iin-e.
illi-e one-teiilli ! all t'le ili.-atlm In the
I'llili'il SI itcs H till) result ofaeeiilenis.
This is no
Story put forth tor the oeeaslon. hut ii
t ikeii lrom tiiliul ir st iteim iitu, the roli.iliil
ily of u lil h em n "1 lie iiiiiHtiehud.
Britiah America, Aatx -Millvilla
Union, or Phi I a. " -Firemott'H
of Dayton "
New Knt-lanil Lutiml Life.
lllinoia Mason's B-nnvolent boclety
lie Ti-sented hy
(ilAKHAI. INSI II.IM K A(ii:Nr.
Hm lint Sim ml Htwl Hiinrat 4'oin-,nU-a
)KFIi;K-Iii tl.i AI -Ki-i l-r CuiutvILnik.
f.lilu 111' 'I, 'ill mi-i-liitn
i, ul itt we. a
iiii-Iii-hi or olii,-r
i-i. in)!-. mel j r.rur-Ini-fiUil
IraUe-iiiii't k. sir, I
luU.l.-. (;ivi ii, A-iujM-i't-i, iiit-i n thiu-i-h,
ill-.., irmilitly ull-;lili- to. IlivrlitiuliH tint
I Hi e t- in h y
-till, in llinn
a-r', li- H--
ti r i 1 v ".
t-ilt tlm I'uleni liiH.-i- wvmn neiki- H-m-r niin-Ji.
, an'l kiuure (uirnln inure irn.it. v n ti I with
hnwkr i luliiia limn Ihow win, uu: ri-.ii.oti- lr-in
ciel in a
lu o i f 1 -r
V f t r ll ill
Vt R lllttkl!
i x :i in inn
tiin fr'-P of rl.:irir,anl K-lvise iih to inti-nlnliili!y
All corrwioieli ni e ftrir-tly i-mill-knlm! pr i at
l-rici-H low. AMI Ml I II. 1. 1.1. l.M.KS
1"A I I A I IS M i. UKIi.
W- rcl'- r l i.llii-ial. in lic I'ateiit ofllw, nn-l to
Iivintorn in evi-iy ritniv m ttit- I ' nl-.n A.Mrrat
t. A. -Mi A " i).
Olijrn' e I';i!i-llt Ullii-e Wibllilntton, D.C.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Aooflnp! and auttoring a Specialty
Slate Jloofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southorn Illinoio.
LightninR Eodn, Pumpo, Stoves
JobblnlC ProuiPtlf Dunn.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
5, on, or in hogsheadB, for shipment
sroinptly attended to.
UsTTo large consumers and al
manufacturers, wo are preparo
io supply any quantity, by th
month or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIBO CUT I'UAL COMPANY.
rf""lll'!y Ilro.'B ifflco, No. 70 Ohio I.evco.
frllulriilay Urn 'j wluirfbout.
Ij-At Kimitian Mills, or
tTAt tlio Coal liitmp, foot of Tnuty-KlKhth
ll-I'Obt Oflbw Drawer. .Km.
UK!S. CANINE & WIIITLOCK,
Ifavinn t-ntcreil lulu a en-purlni'Mlilp, for tlm
iiiiriniKQ ol' iirii'lli-lnif ili-ulnli-y, In nil ltd
brimi'licn, wiiibl ri'mKi'tliilly Inliirm llenie neeil
itiKllie Hi-rviiic .il i ilentul opemtiir, tlmt tbey
me pt-iuri'il to nlieml to their witiiti, In every
'llie lllllint nt teelli ilune In tln-nent iitlBliic
tory niaiiiii'i-. IimtIIiik artilleiul ilenlurci, n
wily Willi a view ul' restnriiur, u lar nn plan,
lirlllile.llie ln'; eiiiituiir mi'l liatllial ircnlun
jl I ho iuimI liilpriiVPil llictlinijH nuil inalerliibi.
Tiwlll t'Xlmi-.tiHl HlHoliitely witlwut ,uin by
U'lin: nltnmii omiIokh1).
Thfy cxti-iel nn invitation to ill, to rail ami
we them iiwl inlicllnlilHTal nliun-nf llieir put
MiuiKi'. ViiiLimriiiii-cil. rlii4 iiiinli'riite,
VANI.NK .t Will I I.Ul K,
, , MUWim IIi-iiIIhU.
l"l'iiilnnTlal Mine, belWfi-n Dili uml mlistn
Th.im of nil Publication laaunl
for tU Youub on Either Bldo of thu
Atlantlo," Souilianinlvn (LiiJlanJ) UMerver.
The third volume oliuu lueoiuparttoio
Magaztue ii now completed, wita Ita
elirht hundred royal octavo piwi, aail IU
six hundred illuntratlons, Itt pleudld sen
alt, lu shorter Morten, poemc. and ketetien,
etc., ete., ID U heiuiliui uinmng n i i
aud gold, it I tho most uplendtd pift-hook
for boya ond Kirl ever lisutd from tha
pres. Price, $1 ; In full Kilt, y.i.
"St. Nimm iM g full rft the eboleei-t
thliiKS. The pulilieatlun U, lu all reiects
ttlM Imitt lit ifu lrln.l li.i'fl llAVPF vet
Keen a number that wan ret Nlirpri -iiiirlv
Koou. i ue cnurunnian, llarttoru coun
St. Nicholas for 1877,
W'bleh oienn with Novemher, 1H71, lieinii
A Kliort and very entsrluinliiK teriul lrom
the Krencli, "TUe KiDKdoin ot the Ureedy,"
a etory udupteii to the ThankiwiviiiK eauon.
Another serial, ol sorbin!,' iiiterentto l,o)i,
'IIIS OWN MASTER,"
liy J. T. Trowbrldgo,
author of tbo ",taek lluird Storie.i," be
Kins in the I brlhtiuaii lioltduy Iwnnlii-r.
Uei-ideH H-rlnl Ktorien, t'brinlruiin htoriei
lively nkcti-Ueii, poeiiH unit pieturen for tlm
liolid i.v, and mjiiio aitonlsblni; lllu-tr:.tloin
of Oriental -.purtswithdrawinga byhl-jinem
Tho Chriatmas Iloliday Number of
Siiierlily illustrated, contain a very inter
'1UK IJ-JYS OK MV llOYHOOU,"
I'.y 'illi:ini (.'alien llrjunt ;
"Tliri llori-o lintel," a lively uitiele, by
ChnrleKA. Ilarnard, iluiuliiiy illii-urnleil ;
l lli- rim-It in tbo kky." by Itii liunl A,
I'roi-lur; "A t.'brinliuaM I'lay lor Homes nr
Sunduy.nehd- In," by lr. K'.vtuiton ; "'Mm
I'elfl j' I lirihtmui Tie.-," by l.in-reli-i
1'. Il ile; "Poetry ittnt t ainl-t nl Winter,"
by l.uej l.areoui, with iiieturei. .
Do Not Fail to Buy Bt. Nieholaa for tbo
Curutinita iloliuava. fricoXb ciu.
Purine the year there will bo liileretiiii;
papers lor l.o m. by Willisni 4 ; ill It n llryaul,
Jolin (,. Wbi'.iier, I hniiia" IliittliPrt, W illinui
llowilt, )r. Ilollainl, deoie Mm I loonbl,
S.it.lorii II. Hunt, hrutik It. Storklon, met
There will be t-Virien, aketihen, iitnl
poem-, i.l i-ln-ei-,1 intereft to Kirl", by Har
riet fri-i-i-ott !-inlbird, Micaii looli'lK",
t-irab Winttr Kellni,'L', Kli.alitth Munil
I'lielp-i, I.mitit Aluotl, I.Ui'ri-i.ia P. Hale,
t el a 1 buxti-r, .Mary Mapeii Ioilj;e, acl
iimnv othom. Them will l, ub-o
"TWK1.VK SKY l'ICTl'liKS"
Hy I'rofeHwr J'roetor, tho Ahtroaomtr,
with nnp, t-liowiiii; "Tho Mam of Kaeti
Month," wliieli will bo Jiki-lv l-i miroa-ii in
I lnteri.-t any riei on loputir w.ieni-e re-
etliliy (liven to tlio JitlMli',
Atii'i-i merit nnd In-triietlnn, with Ktui
am) I-robe, uiel Wit and Wimloiii, will bo
ininijb d u hen-tiilnrc, and r. Nlrllol.
will continue to di-light thu yoiiii and j.' i
p'eui-ure to th obi.
TIIK I.ONHON I.ITKItAKY WOIII.I)
'TI ere Is no niJn.im: lor the yriuiii thai
e.in b ai t tu eijiui thu eboieo pro lui tion
Of M lllIlXKIi'a j re-i. All the artiHi i,,
beth'-r In proe or rhyme, i.re throbbing
w ith vitility. The literature-aiei
t rtb-tie l!u-,iia'.ioii are both mi i-ib."
Tlie I .otidnn Pally Newinayi: "Wt- wt-h
uv eoiibl point ciiit ii-, hjiui iii our owu
.OOP .Nr.WS KOI! BOYS AM) (ill
To meet tlie itenuuij fur a cheaper
N lUtllil.A- lillt-llook, the pru t) ot Mil j.
and 1 1 ha- tn-ou reduced to ,- t-aeh. 'I ll
three voiuiiieo, In an elcaiit library earn,
ure wild lor $b) (in full Kin, $l."i), no "ihit all
inuy (,'ie their cbil'lreii a complete art.
Tbt-iie volume contain more attractive ma
teria! Ib iii ti II y ilolluin' woith of tlie ordin
ary l-hil'lren'i- hojki.
Siiti-i-rliiti'in prb e, ! n year. The thri-n
boiiml voiiiiiii o an I a -'ily-.-rl -tiiri l-.r tins
year, only fcl'J. Mibv-rine Willi ihe in arr-t
new-iteali-r, or (teuil money lu check, or P.
i. money order, or in r.-ii-t-red letter, to
StlllllXER .V CO.,
74:t ilroi I'v nr. N. Y
'I lie M -t Kmineni i.ivin? Autimr-i nn-.. .n
I'tol. .Mi.1 Alinler, I'm! lyii'lull, Itt. 1 Ion v
r.. iiliel-lnne, lr. W' P.. l.r-ii un r, I'rul Ibu
ley, It A - rrnl- r, Fruiicc I'nwer I. olil-. In.
Iiukeuf Aryle, -liu. A. roinle, Mt. Miilocli,
Mr, onpumii, Mm. Aii-vaniler, Mi-- I lui i:i ray,
.h ull Inflow, .cor!i- M.ii I "liul I, Win. Mm l,,
Antll'iny J nillurx;, .Muttlicw Alllul'l, Ililny
Kiioriley, W. W. Mory, Am rlm'-li, llii-tiu.
arlyie, Irnnvinn, l',n, niiii;, uiel many ellii-ii,,
are rttli-s-.nU'l in lie- i.af i ni
Littoll's Living Ago
-Ian. I. 177, TIIK I.IVIMi AlifC ent.-rs upnn
itrt 1:11 volniiii-. Willi the contiuue-l ,',imiinnla
tion ofthe li, i-t iiii-u unit j"iirnaln of the eiiiiiilty
mi'l tvitliOHUtautlv in,-r iiaii'K rie r.pi..
In l-;7, it will 1'iiruirli In iln riailim tin- -ru-tliictioin
ui llie 1'i.ri iim. hi iiutliurH ahovu miiiK'1
liil muliyot!n-rn; eiulir.ii-ini; the i-tiuu-.t .-rul
ami Miurt Sturici hy Ihe Leu-lini; Kon ij n Suvi-I
intn, ulel an ainuiint
Uaapproached hy any other Periodical
in the world, nfthn nw.st vuliul I- Micrarv nnd
pi n nlill': ii nil' r nl Ihe In V. I r. mi tin- ..-n. il il,,
lea linn Ksi.aiilii, .-ci,-ii i.-ri.t I rilic.--, lii--u,-r-er-,nii'l
Kiliium, r iii-M i,lin.1 e-.eiy i, -pailiiiciil
nl KiiiiuIiIl'c uml I'r-.rii-n.
"1 1 1 K I.I MM. Al.h.Oti which il only, un-j-lilnr,
"KVKItV t?AII ItliAV," lint l.n
im-tK'-'l) , in a weekly iiiai;n.ini! of b.iy-lnir
pa'c, KiviiiK inn"' tlun
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duulile cdiinin octavo iapn nf rt-a'ihiit-ruiiili'
yeurly. It (.n-wiilB in nn iin-x n.-,vi- lurin
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cniuileleue-i! utt lii.t. d hy no other publication
the li'.-t Kxhayn, ItcvieWN, I rile i-n,,, lul.-a
."keti-hi-si i.l IraVLland lii.cuvi-ry, l'o.-try,Scien
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loriiiiiiion, I nun the entire body ot liini(;n
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iiiinddol tlie civili.wl world, neon nil Ionics u(
liviiiK iiitcn-t."-Philui..-l,l1u Imniircr.
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Ihe Nat'on. New York.
Ami theclieapeHt. A monthly tbalcoraeeeverv
week M 'Hit-Ailvaiice, l.liicgo,
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With all that is ilnnorlant In the lilerutlire, hin
tory, polltic.8, ami Bcieiun ol the ilHy." 'liw
Mellmdliit, New York.
"Tho abk-Mt i'HHiiy, the niot etilertnlniim
Btorlva, thullneat poetry of the l-.iinli.li Iuiikuhio'.
am held Kalberiid to Kt-tlier." Illlnoia Stale
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IkTEXTIIA OFFER FOR 1877
To nil naw iiilncrlliori for 1h77, will lie pent
gratln the tlx numliera oi'tK'U. rontnlnliiK. W illi
other valuable inntier, the Hrnt iiiKtallii la ol a
new ntul powerful Hcrinl slnry, " l'h Mnriiiin in
1.0Biile,",yi-;tlllliK MACIIONAI.II, now iii
aiSii'iiriiiK In Thu t-ivbiK Agu fiuin udvaiicu
Club Priooa for for the bout ITorao
and Foreign Literature,
'PoMOKsi'ilof Tim I lviNO Ao ami one or
other of our vIviwIoiih American inontlilieH, a
HiiliHcrlhcrwIII Unci blmnelf In command nt tlm
Wluila Mttiiiitlnn."r-riilluilcllilB Kv'ir Killlctiu.
for IU.su Til Livinii Ana nnd either onenl
the Amerli'iin fi MonthlieHor dlnrper' Weekly
or llainr) will bo lent fur a year, Imlh nostimul
or, for fu., Tn LiviNij Ana and Burlbner'ii
HI. Nie.holan or Aii'i!tnn'n .Inurtuil .
Addreaa I.ITTWi ft lUV, llonton.