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11m knlfbti of lh abet ord mwt
U their hall tk tnl and third Monday
I , t Mttk OoBWiMteial aveouc, iM dot
mut) J . .v 'ii Hmiai.O. 0. M.
UBO ENCAUmirr, I. O. O. .. meet;
Ooa-Pallowa' lull oa IM nmana mini
la arary Month, at haUf-p sewn
Kairtta of Pythias, inert wary rrj-
KM at naI-paw wmywa, m uuu-
, Cbaneallor Cemmnkr.
! - at rnvniB innoK NO. SSs.
low. ntaHa trtry TbnrsdaT nijrht
Ihalf-tnatamn, In their hall on
Doiwcca onui hn mwib
F. D. KairoHD, V.ii.
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-ii I 'CAIBOLOIxm. NO. WT.A.F. A. M
Hold ranla eonununioatlons in M-
sonic Hall, eonwr Commercial avenoe
and ELrbth atnet. on lb second and
Tarn- annalist rniirt la arill In Sfflklon
, 5itllt. Vernon.
,m- hi ; i
i J. K s y ;i $ ; : :
! 1 , Tm national Domocratlo committee is
V 5?Ued mMt 10 lshlx,,ton 00 the 22J-
' y "lilbe object of tbe meeting has not been
; 'u, Ecssia does not seem to care mncb
' for Mfor tbe ranting of the British lion. Russia
Vmfholdi all tbe big cards of the deck, and
fay0 "fforJ to 04 ftucy- '
tba,'" Jcsot Howard, ot Michigan, has
yeigbcen appointed governor ot Dakota ter
"forverltory. lloward is the man who led the
lerPbreak for Hayes t the Cinclnnatti con
aot vention where Hayes received the nom-
; ba4Inatlon. He Is receiving bis reward.
itcad tWo distinguished Americans died on
1 u , Monday. Gideon Welles, ex-secretary
i, of the nayy, died at his home in Hartford,
w, Connecticut, late on Monday night.
Charles M. Conrad, who bad served
terms in both tbe house and tbe United
States senate, and was secretary of war
under President Fillmore, died at his
bom in New Orleans on the same night.
to : . -
t ut Thx Louisville evening Xcwi hoists the
leename oi ex-governor John M. Palmer, of
iwt Illinois, as a candidate Tor president on
air tbe Democratic ticket in 1880. The
' Democrats could go further and select a
P. much worse candidate than Oov. Palmer.
,B. Democrats especially of
J would vote for . him and
give him a
w'! Thi president has written a letter to
f.? Attorney-General Devena onthesubiect
of the conviction of Anderson, one of
' tbe Louisiana returning board members.
; The letter, while dispassionate in tone.ex
h presses "regret that such proceedings
K''" should have taken place, as apart
't,from all other . considerations they
JPp tend to disturb the conciliation which
w u was hoped would bu salistactorr to
wi all parties in Louisiana. The presl
ma dent Is evidently not pleased with
aarttae turn affairs have taken, and it
;q . is intimated that be will use bis influence
J and position to secure Anderson's re
N 'lease and prevent the conviction of the
n a other members of the board.
)r Gcx. Shxkkak is severe in his critU
D'ccismotthe Banning bill which reduces
1 ' the nav of armv ottlwri. The central
now receives a salary ot $17,600 a year,
. 'but ihould the Banning bill become a
law he will receive only $10,000. This
is the way h expresses bU opinion of
"What is your opinion of it, general?"
aaimi a Wajihlnctna Pott nnnrbr. whn
lb met nim at tbe Ebbit house, "it is the
e damndest piece of nonsense, the damn
n dest piece of silliness ever heard ot,"
, said he, bis bile rising. "Any pack of
? damned tools, or any one damned fool,
1 :. can sometimes destrov an armv. but it
takes tbe Intelligence of satan to create
one, 1 look upon it as tbe damn-
1 dest piece of Idiocy of the asre." "Do
'vjiTOtt think tt will pass?" "i'assi no.
fri Congressmen are not all d d fools ;
but If they pass that bill they certainly
ti arsv It such a course were proposed In
v, I time of war, they would be whipped
' ' before daylight. In time ef peace it may
" 'do ; but how are we to take care of the
m thousands ot miles ot road and border
n with a reduced army force P What do
1 ivnn fhlnlr nf thn nlnn tn ivtmnnl armv
'officers to wear their nnilorms on all oc-
f'calons, General r "In barrooms and
A' among congressmen, they ahouli wear
eiUzens dress, but in the garrison and
a" hoDlii wr the uniforms ot officers and
gentlemen. ' Understand me, sir ; they
1 noma not wesx weir unuorms among
y eoogressmen and In barrooms, but
imonar rantlemen thev should wear
Tm Memphis Appeal says : "Tbe St
' Louis papers show that tbey are fully
' alive to the new ground for action in
agitating river Improvement, that is sup
piled by the plan laid downjbv Captain
V Esiis, And which makes ths Interests ol
S ttwse seeking relief from overflow on the
lower Mississippi, and of those seeking
hi nloterrupted navigation on tbe upper
t river, one and common. As soon as the
1 whole population oi the valley ot tho
' jussuuppi grasp ims taci, ana aai upon
f It, tbe favorable concurrence of congress
I to secured. Tbe same papers assure us
that .even without tbe coming ira
' Mftveesent, commerce on the river
j Increasing, t owing to the way
Hat transpOrUtlon "pools" on the
( rr tm teen broken p. The revo
la'Jn." ht the St. Louis Jltpublicat
ts only beginning, and yet it has changed
"")'4 f"nt commerce." Tbe
psper also states : "The Jetties have
"rtff HMde the exportation of grain
Jjb Orleans a decided success, and
, T-Jisase In the boat and barge ton
Vla the lower river trade gives token
"Saectotlinary growth in that trade
tai already, taken place, but
'lUnij forewarDioK of wbst Is
" t9iwiaM." The fact U that free access
)Xf4 jewea will revolutionize
pp tnUM, ana every city on
?2'i2m tbe beueflf, Memphis
TITE EASTERN MUDDLK 1
Russia Befusos to Allow the
British Fleet to Enter
And in Consequence Turkey
Closes the Door of the
OlTOblTIO.N TO THE BNCiLISH N.KKT.
Special Cuble I)iH.atch to the KveninK 1'oat.
London, February 11. A dispatch
from Constantinople says a further ces
sion ol iron-cluds to liu9ia Is contem
plated, It Is understood that the Turks have
attempted to prevent tho British licet
from entering tbe Dardanelles.
RIfSSli AOAIN TllHKATEMNfi.
London, February 11. A dispatch
from Constantinople says that in conse
quence ot tbe objections of tho TurkisJi
government, the British licet has not
passed through the Dardanelles. Hnsslu
threatens to occupy Constantinople with
an armed lorce If tbe British flet pro
THE KNGMSIt CaBlNKT
is in session to-day to consider the situ
ation. LIBERTY Ol' ACTION FOB RUSSIA.
London, Feb. 11. A dispatch from
St. Petersburg says tho Agmet Rush
issues an articlo repeating tho declara
tion made Saturday that tlio entry oi
fleets of tbe powers into the Bospborus at
a moment when peace Is being nego
tiated will imply full liberty ot action for
Russia. If the presence of tho fleet is
necessary for the protection ol Chris
tians, this duty belongs equally to Rus
THE FORTE'S REFUSAL KNOWN.
Tho Pall Mall Oaztttt says it is known
In all the embassies in London, this
morning, that the porte had refused to
allow the British fleet to approach Con
A cabinet council has been hastily sum
DESrTTK boumania's trotest.
A Berlin dispatch says Russia has de
clared her resolve to re-annex Bussara1
bia, despite ftoumanla's protest.
England's intentions unaltered.
London, Feb. 11. In the house ol
commons, thu afternoon, Sir Stafford
Xorthcote, In answer loan interrogation,
announced that the passage of the British
fleet through the straits of the Dardan
elles had been delayed, but that the In
tentions of the government regarding the
fleet proceeding to Constantinople remain
the forte refuses a fir.man.
Constantinople, Sunday night. The
porte refuses a firman permitting the
British fleet to conic to Constantinople
on the irround that if the sultan allows it
the Russian forces w ill probably occupy
A FRIENDLY INVITATION.
The sultan has Invited the Grand
Duke Nicholas to spend a few days in
London, February 11. Little confi
dence should be placed in the Daily New$'
Berlin dispatch stating that Prince
Uortscliakoff had notified tho powers
that since England had resolved to send
a fleet to Constantinople, ostensibly to
protect Christians, Russia also contem
plates occupying the city from land with
the same object.
direct lrom St. Petersburg ure to the con
trary, and are scml-ofllclal.
DO ALL ANIMALS SEASON ?
A Hturr Which Knork Into Piece
tlie Claim of Jlnu that tie lit (be
Ouly HeaaoninK Animal.
Tho distinction between reason and
Instinct, those elements of the mind
which have been sifpposed to separate
tbe animal man from the brute creation.
has never been clearly explained or
proven. Tbe following story, taken
from me uarksvuie, uenn.) Tvbaeco
Leaf goes to prove- that man's assumps
tiou to the exclusive light to reason is
not altogether well founded or susceps
tible ol logical proof: "James MerU
wether, sou ot Dr, James Meriwether, of
Woodstock farm, has a thoroughbred
pointer, which is said to be the finest dog
in this couuty, and no doubt is tho most
Intelligent. Many little stories and In
stances ol canine sagacity could be inter
estingly related ol this purp. One espe
cially may be told which distinguishes
the animal as far above the ordinary brute
Intelligence. Dr. Meriwether has tor
some time been partially paralyzed ; has
lost one hand, and has also been seriously
Injured by a fall. Ho is scarcely able to,
nor does not leave his yard without
assistance. Recently, however, one
pretty spring-like afternoon, ho ventured
out alone, hobbling on bis cane to a large
Held where some heavy plowing was
being done, with the dog at his heels.
Upon reaching the field the doctor seemed
to forget himself, and climbed to the top
of a high fence to look oyer for the plow
men, who were at the far end ot the field.
All of a sudden bis legs gave way, and
he swung over, as it were, across the
ience, and there hung, unable to extrl
cate himself, lie began to cry tor help,
but noone was within hearing. The dog,
bo wever,compreheuded the sltuation.and
alter whining uneasily, quickly ran sway
at full speed to tbe bouse, where be found
Miss Harvey, a member of the family,
and catching her by the dress, be pulled
and crked until be enlisted her atten
tion, running a short distance toward
the field whining and then back to her.
This he repeated again and again. The
lady, convinced by the remarkable con
duct of the dog that all was not right,
lollowed him; which action on her part
gave the dog infinite lov. whieh Jin pi.
hlblted by running ahead of ber, shows
Ing by bis Intelligent actions that he
wished her to travel last. Miss Harvey
quickened her speed, and soon reached
the spot, where she found Dr. Meri
wether In the position described, and
assisted him down. It was difficult for
ber to decide which of the two was the
happier, the doctor or the dog. Dr.
Meriwether resides at the Charles MerU
wether place, Woodstock farm, lately
sold. Just In Todd county. Kentucky, ten
miles from this city, and three miles from
Teacher's Mill, Tenncsse,"
The defalcation of Augustus M. 'fur-
ney, paying taller of the Bank of North
America, at New York, Instead of being
less than 1100,000, as at first supposed,
is nowsicertalned to retch $283,000.
'i'hu vies rings of the Chicsgo bank last
week ammountcd to $13,805,331.1)0,
against $19,310,321.1(1 lor the correspond
ing week one year sgo,
The number of hogs packed iu Chica
go since rov. i. amounts to J, iui.uuu
against 1,130,767 for tho corresponding
period last year.
Thu Catholic Institute, ol Cincinnati,
has mado an assignment to Chas. C.
Jacobs and Clemens Oskaiup in a bond cf
An application lor a uni!iuus to
compel the county comi i' St. Louis
county, Mo., to order a m v election for
the location of the county eat, has been
A strong tidal wave has swept the
coast of Peru. The Iron moles at the
landing ut Callao have been severely
damaged. There is at present no ship
at the guano deposits.
The Chicago. Burllnitton and Qulncy
railroad pay labor rolls lor .lanuury
were $UJ,G77.29, earned by 3.03l men
$5,317.81 more than January lust year,
Tbe amount disbursed in Aurora was
It Is stated with numerical distinct
ness by C. K. Ross, the father ol the lost
Charlie Ross, that hu has been sum
moned to view S;i7 boys, and "I sup
pose," added Air. Ross, "that I shall
continue to see buys till I die."
Henri' Clews wus produced In supreme
court chambers, ut Now V oik, last Fri
day, in obedience to the writ ol habeas
corpus relerred l iu the uiiller dispatch
es, ills arrest hud been made ou a
bench warrant from Chautauqua county,
under hu indictment, on the complaint
of Sheldon & Co., for obtaining goods
under (also pretences. .
IVrrlble hullcriiiif of n f.bln recited
Crew Compelled to lihl on II
' lurtii I KhIi.
New York, Feb. 11. The s homier
Speedwell from Cadiz arrived Unlay with
the captain and crew ol tho schooner
Sal lie M. Steelinau, lrom Charleston lor
Baltimore, which was uoumloucd ul sea.
The ctipiaiu ot the Steelman makes the
following statement : Ou January 2lUh,
twenty miles huuiheasl lioiu IfatteroS, we
encountered a teritnc gale, lasting seventy
hours, which washed everything movable
from the deck. We used our hist provi
sions on the mormon ot the 2.1 1. On
the night ol the 25th we spruug a leak.
Ou the 27th three of the ye.w k"V0 out,
leaving only four to manage the vessel
and pumps, and we were last becoming
exausted. On the aoth George Seamen,
colored, wtio had become crazy, attempt
ed to tuke the iite of Walter Sauipsiii,
but was instantly killed by the latter,
who during die afternoon ate a portion
of his deud body. On the evening ot the
30th we were rescued.
Belore leaving tho schooner the Jcrew
became so crazed with hunger that it wa
suggested they would be obliged to cast
lots lor one of the number to furnish
food to koep the others alive. For
eijrht days nolhmg passed their
Hps except lresb water and to
b-tcco, which appeased their hunger only
slightly. Finally one of the sailors
was killed in a tuarrcl, when his bony
whs cut up. The upper part was thrown
overlioard and tiiu limbs were salted
down lor food. The thigh steaks were
cut almost.before the flesh was cold, and
broiled, lhey were eaten with relti-h by
the starving men. The crew consisted
of the captain, mate, cook and four sea
men, three of the latter colored.
Do not slupify your baby with opium
or morphia mixtures, but use Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup which Is always safe and re
Hablo and never disappoints. 20 cents.
A Ci.ergyman'8 Opinion' Having
had an opportunity to test the excellent
qualities of Dr. Hull's Cough Kyrup, I
hesitate not to say it is the best remedy 1
have ever used In my family. Kev. Wm.
Chapman, pastor M, E. church, George.
When tho telegraph announced the
discovery by Prof. Hall that our neigh',
boring planet had two satelites, and the
dispatch was read the next morning at
ten thousand American breakfast tables,
wh'U think you wus the effect upon the
hearers. Some colloquy similar to the
following was sure to occur : " Mars
has two moons, bey ? Pass mo tho milk,
Kitty, Strange, isn't it,1hat astronomers
never saw them before, Another chop,
please. 1 wonder what they'll discover
next? These corn cakes arc excellent.
What's tho latest from Europe We
have become so accustomed to startling
discoveries and announcements, that we
take them as a matter of course. Even
truth must appear In llamlng col
ors to make herself seen. The
Virtues of Dr. Pierco's Golden Medical
Discovery and Pleasant Purgative PeU
lets have been tested In ten thousand
households, whose Inmates will tell you
that thoy consider the discovery and Ins
traduction of these remedies of far greater
Importance to the world thun tbe moons
Siur-MAN, III., June 13, 1870.
Dr. It. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.:
Dear Sir Last fall our daughter aged
18 was fast sinking with consumption.
Different physicians had pronounced her
case incurable, i obtained one-half dozen
bottles of your Golden Medical Dlscov
ery. She commenced Improving at once,
and is now as hardy as a piue knot.
Rev, Isaac N. Ai'Ocstinr.
In order to Introduce our Big Seed
Spring Wheat, Tbe Wheat ot Taos, in
your locality sioglo grains measuring one
half inch in length I propose to send a
sample of the wheat free of charge, to
every sut scrlber to this paper who wtll
state the oame ol the newspaper and tend
a tares cent stamp to pay postage.
Agents wanted In every county 40 sell
this new wheat. Address
L. L. Osmsnt. Cleveland, Tenn
Stoic and Provisoes to anawrr tlita (ilwtls
meat. AddrtM, , U1NJKL K.BBATTY,
WMulaston, If, J
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Offlreon whin tmat fool of Sixth strwt.;
miles oi lIulliiiuT liro tilers, oiiiionlle St.
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they mike better time than this one, are
are Issued elthor through Ignorance or a
desire to misload tho public.
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v tr salary by divollng a very small portion ol
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"Lat week I tiouirlit a 10 cent rackniro of Waslnne and done my wa-liing In one iisli
the usual time at los tlian half tli i'ost ot Soap. -My clotlics were wliiicr. I did not
have to rub tliem, and it illl not hhrink my woolnns, and for onre I was eiiuldcd to j.'et a
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perfectly i-afc to use it. MKS. A.
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