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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORXLVft, MAY 28, '1878.
NEW SEMESN0. M.
BNKKAL DELIVEKY iu T::)0 a. m.j clones
I 1; ) ii.ui. ; SuikIhvi lo ' it. m,
Muuny Onkr Department open ut (4 a.m.; cluu
ut s p. in.
Thriu;h Kxpr.-M .Mill" -vis Illlnnln Ontral and
MiwUnippI Central HallmaiU ilou ut 14:31 p. m.
t alru and Poplar lilutt TliroiiKli and Way Mull
f t? vj::)0 p. m.
War .Vnil via Illlrm! Central. Cairo and Vln
f vnm iiikI Mlm.Mll'Iti Central ltallroadii clone at
'.Mj i. ri.
Way Mail fur Narrow (ius Kallrnad clor.-a at H
Cairo ai.d Evntinvtllc! Klvur Itouto cloaea at tt:KI
p. m. dully u-Xii-pt Frtduyi.
Arrival aud Ix-purture of Trains.
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KINK WATCIHVORK A SPF.CIAITY.
f"A:i liii;u olXolnl .liiwlry mJ- to oril'-r
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NO. r.O OHIO LKVKK.
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limM' RtilMlmr, Com-1
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r. Hon Hair Ki-iicwiT.
CAIUJOLIXE"- 'ffl 00
CAIlI.OTJKE fr"n from Irrltatlnii and
K;J.HIVJIjIIMj for tin; hair.
CATLHOLIKK ,)""n luliir-il t'y the
ViVl,I)Uljli. 1j ttiKticft tiuaiial authorlly.
C A I IliO A W (;,vf" wosk 'nA fit klv ha'r
Tjie Gexltxe Article
Ti. ! Had at UarelajV.
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Ill.-u k. t.i.-i-ii. r.lin-. Vi-llow, I'rnwn Ri-ilnnil
m!! ciiiii- hi'Mp t Hun-lay'.
IM'KE LINSEED OIL,
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C"i. Ii, Furii'itnr.-. I);iiii;ir tin- lust, t.i 1m
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rAllllOLlVK ,'Huhtfiil, fi-auant. aud
WONDEK OF THE AciE !
Go to H rclavV.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL ,U..K
Shortest and Quickest Roite to
St. Liouis and Cliicago
rpil E only road runnlnir two dally train fromCalro
1 making .Jlrwi r01111p. tl.111 Willi Kanleru lln-t.
TKAISS I.KAVE ( AlltO-l:IUp. m.: K.tt ei-pri-tp,
arrlvluu' In fit. I.ouia 7:.V p. in.; t hlraio H:iji)
a. in.; p. 111.: ('Iiiilnnutl ani LonUvllh Ka-I
l.ln.-. arrlvliii; In ( Im Innall at H :. a. in.: Lilvlllii
T;tu a.m.; fiidlaiiaiiolla 4:l.'i a.m. I'ai-n;i-r hy
Dili, trulu urrlvu at aW pnlhU
12 TO :i HOLHS IN ADVAN'.'E
Of anyolb.-r route.
1 ) .1 i n m. Kiit Mail, with .-en.T! atlH,lu-.l. fur
I - 1" sT. UH'IS nn.1 1 11 ll-Mm. arrlvliu In St.
Inii nl :tn) a. in. ; ( hlcaitu at H;.l p. m.. mnn.-.-t.
Iiil' al Uilln or KltliiKhuiu fur t'lucluuutl, Lmlxvlllu
FAST TIME EAST.
il.'lny cai.rt l.y Sunday liil.-rv.-nliii;. Tie Satur-il-iv
1','tcrh.K.ii train Ir.ini Culm arrlvm In Stw Y.irk
M"h.l:i' in.irnliiu' it HHiV Thlrty plx bouri" In ad
vain .- nr any nth. r 1111110. ,
ril" iii'-iil nf fonip. tlii',' lint Unit thi-v
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tlir,,iiL-li lnnniiir.. nr a d.-iri' tu ml!rad llu- puli'lr.
Fur .lin,iiL:li ti. k' it anil Inf.1r11n1l.1n ainily ut IIII
lini" I 1l1tr.1l Itallniud il.'tinl. ( nlro.
TllAINs AltltlVE AT A1K0.
Kipr.. . 4:ftl p.m.
Ma!!. . . ;ii a.m.
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.1 II .Ii iN K TI. k.-t Au"-ni.
(JAIRO k VINCENNES R. R.
l All I LVT1IE MKHfTKsT HuVTE To
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17 AMI LV TIIK sllnl(TET Tu Lolls
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TIMulfK AMI WAMlIMiTHN.
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VultK AN I) liusToS
SIN HOURS SAVED
nv. r trail,- of all oth'-r rout.- intikliii' tin- tain.-
" r;i--.; ii-"-r l.y i.thcr rnut." tu iii: k' r.iiiii.-r-ti.,
:i- mi.-t ri'i,- all lii:;lit. Mulling Irutn on.- t.i -ix
limir ai inalj loniitry Mall. m- nr trains of ti
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1U,.HI..UIII,H , , ,,..,! r,.m ,ini Kvniiv
ill-. Iinlimi!iil. Cln. Iiinntl and Loni-vlilc mini.-
I'i v . Truin l. nvi- and arrive at Calm in- follow :
M-ill I .! 4:15 a.m.
M-iil arrh- 10 :. p.m.
Throii..i tick.'ti. and fhi-.k- lo all impurtuiit
K a'mII.I.KH. II. I.. MiilMMI.I..
lon'l l'a-4. ...',.it. U.-ni-ral Sap't.
L. il. t lit ril ll. i'a.-tis."T A.-.-iit.
(JAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
Shortcst Line to St. Louis'.
rPIIE t r-t 1 11 - liy lhl mad roiim-ct at St. I.oui and
1 K-i-f t. I.oni. v.lth all oth.-r llii'-f
, to Hi,- EAST.
NoltTlI AM) sol Til.
ThroiiL'h i-xpr." Ii-nvm Cilro :I5 a.m.
Thr..i..'ii ci jir.- rri.-. al Ka"t St. I.nl. S::l p.m.
Miirphy.'mni a.-coiiini.Mlalioii l,-ov, Calm ':-jip.ni.
M'irplr. .liom a. .-. orri.-" al Murjihy.l.oro !i:nip.m.
Tltmiiih i-xpn-i. l.-av,- Kn-i si. Loiiic :I5 a.m.
Thmu.jti .-Tpr.-tw arri.- rl Cairo !V;lp.m.
Murphv.Soni arr. lcav.- Mnrpl,yilioro . . 5:W a.m.
.Mnrjiliythoni a.-i-. arrlv.- ul Cairo l'j:4.p.m.
1? FlF I It F I ' T"E 'lrn and t. Loiiit
Hli.II-.lll)l,ll Hailnm.l ! th- onlv ALL
1IML ltOCTK li-t.i-ii Cairo and St. Liini nn.li-r
mm nian:ii;-ini'iii: th.-r.-lon- th'-n- am no d.dava at
way M.ntiom analiin.. r,,iin,..'li,ni" from oth'-r l'n-.
l'ai...iiui'r' tfoini; North. Nonhi a-l and W.-t
thonld not Imy th.-ir ti. k'-t" until th.-y haw .-jam-iiii'il
our rile" ami rnut.-a.
L. M. .lOIINSON. (i.-lHTil Mati;i-.'i-r.
It .1. KINK. i"ii.-ral A."-tit. Cairo. 111.
ST. L., I. M. SOUTHEliN.
'1'ime 4 'urd:
KTpri- l'-av Cairo dailv
Kxpri- arrir.'t if Cairo daily
. .. i:i)p.n.
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THK WF.KKLY Bl'I.I.CTI.V.
( hiiriiial ami Ca refully Selected
HKADINO- MATT Kit.
PUBLISHED OX THURSDAY
8.00 Per Annum
liiTitrlahly In Ad'anof.
ft. SO to Clubs of Tfi ami Upward I
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
UVKItrooi, OllAlN. '
LfVEKiwjr,, May 27, 1 ;i)0 p.m. Wheat
quk-t ; winter lis il'lll 4.1; wirinif, 9 61
10 !M; Califunda hvithi.-, 10 1011U
1.1 f filliti.rKi.i cliil. 11,11 j W.t f"',,rn
m-w, 24.st.l2.V-;o.l, 27s ;M27s 0-f.
L.tKiii'iMjL. Mny 27, S:!J0 p.m. L'n-
LtvEUitxiL, Mny 27, 3 p.m. Unchanged.
cirrcAoo ouain and ritouccE.
CiitcAfjo, M;iy 27. U :.)() iciu. Wheat .
Jiinc, Corn July. SHc.
CiiKAito, Muy 27, 2:!j0 p. m. Corn
Jint. U."j4'iin?i;r; July, 33JhC-; August,
'Wiv. P.irk. Muy, S l.i.l: June, sfs (C&
8 07,'; July, 8 i 2'2',. AMieat--
Jllllf. l"(il,r,c; July. (Ki'sflo.i-.
SECHETAUV SIIEHMAX IN THE DI
HECT WAY OF HETltlUU
TIO.N. Mi'inbers Itupi-fiil of a Filial Adjourn
uiciit at an Earlv Iav.
Wamiin.;t.in. May 20. rp'phecies flint
I'otter's iiive-tiatiun va j.r.iino tu he a t'.ii'
lirc liave hcin I'reely inmlt; lieiv ihlhii- tile
pa.t week, hut the ppiphet.s i'i tl-Nvas.- an
al fault. There is ample e i.li iiee that the
invetiL'ati.in is o.iino to iloveli'p the L'i'H
if Sherinau nn. I others. It has heell repurt
e.l hen- that All.leison. siijiel 'iitell.lent of
Ent Feliiieiaiiu palish. who was relic'l upon
hy the DeiniKiats to su!itaiiciiite Sher
man's letter to Weher, ha.l o,,m. i,Vl.r t.i
Sheriiiaii niii won 1,1 twiity tu exonerate
liiin ; hut Aliiler..ll. who was here yeter
day. was f.ii'M.I t.i he all lilit fur the D.-in-iK-rats.
He will oive the whole I story of
the trail. U an far 11s he knows, 101. 1 convict
Sherman and other iii iutr statesmen of 11
lelileriit- atteuijit to procure 11 false n-sult
in Louisiana, lie is iiio.t hitter mrninst
Sherman. He was imit.-.l hy a frii-n.l of
Sherman yesterday afternoon' to vi-.it los
otlicuin the treaiirj- Imihlino. Sherman
had his lawyer ini.l another fri.-ml present
and attempted to craw An.lervm out ami
commit him in his favor. Anderson heoan
to t ilk. hut soon noticed that Sherman's
shorthand writer was taking notice of the
conference. He then jumped up in great
anger, declared 'hat Sherman was trying to
entrap him. and. aff-.-r denotincinii him and
the Administration in 'he most vioiir.ui
terms, walked out of the othYe.' The
know ledge of this fact here to-day lias pn -dii.-ed
a inot unfavoralil..' iiupre.-sioii in re
gard to Sherman ami will damage l-hn
A Wot It.VM KNT.
During the pa-t two days there lia heen
coiisideralile talk among" the Deinccra '
nieinhers alKiut forcing an early adjourn
ment, nn.l it is Mis,ihe that this may l.
done. The senate joint resolution in favor
of adjournment on the 10th of June, comes
Up liefore the 1i.hi,m on Wedlle.-day next,
and there is a movement "n foot to' put it
thmugh the house and to hurry up the work
on Hppmpriation hills md adjourn, IcaOig
the finance, tariff and everything else to go
over to the winter session. The fee'nig
that prompts this moveinon.tyiniong the
OeiniH-rats und.iul.te.lly is that it will he
for th.-ir advantage in the fall campaign.
If they should adjourn hy the middle of
June they will have to leave their investi
gating committee at work lien-. It would
proliahly he iiniKissihlf to adjourn hy the
10th, hut if there should he sufficient effort
an adjournment might he effected hv the
Krum the Eldorj iLa.) Le.l.-nr.J
The rase of Hill Joseph, the well-known
gnin Layer of Ackley, is a curious one.
Until two or three years ago he had ;i slun k
of crow colored hair, lmshy hlack eye
Iimw4, mustache and whiskers. He. went
to his lxiyhood home on the sea shore in
Delaware, as handsome it fellow as 11
could s.-e. He sported with Neptune and
got overheated. One morning he washed
his head, and in drying it with a towel r 1 1 1 -Led
off every spear of hair. Then his ey -brow
pulled out. and his mustache follow
ed. The look of amazement and horror
that gn't'ted Mr. Jeseph fmm the mirror
that morning can not he depicted hy mortal
tongue. The astonishment of his friends,
when lie reappeared among them, was
equally gre-.t. Like a distressed harqiie,
he scudded aliout under a bare pole. To
this day Mr. Joseph is at a loss to know
why lu was thus polished off in one short
A HUMAN SKELETON IXSIDB OP A
(Frum tits Virginia City Knturprlsu.)
A miner in the Ulack Hills, writing to a
friend in this city, tells of a horrible re
mainder of the tearful snow storms of last
winter, and of the jhtiIh of those who were
caught out and lost their way on the plains.
Hi! says that recently, while he and two
others were enwsing the country, they came
uimn the skeleton of a horse, within which
was the skelton of a man, witli the grin
ning skull looking out at them fmm be
tween the ribs of the animal, like a prisoner
peering thnmgh the bars of bis cell. The
two skeletons told tho whole story. The
man had killed his horse, rut him open and
crawled inside of him, thinking to thus es
cape iH-rishingof cold, but ths flesh of ths
horse frozen solid, and the man 'waa as
much a prisoner as if he had lieen shut In
hy walla of Iron. Tha wolvea and carrion
birds had stripped tho greater part of tha
hVsh from lsith ikeletonc. The miner coo
duder) hla description lijr saying: "It wan
a sight I shall never forget. I c m w It
now whenever I close tny eyea."
The Indications Still Coiisi.l.
New Evidence Impllcatinir the EnglMi
WUETtilEI) CONDITION OF
REFUGEES IN TURKEY.
Later DiHcoycricM ( 'orverninn the
FAVOIlAllt t.; INIIK ATIONS.
PKTKItsiinin, Mav 2I-The Hence
negotiations are regarded here n in favor
of a satisfa tory conclusion. After e.ch
council of ministers the telegraph is kept
actively at work for Severn I hours. Jen.
THK Tit FAT V
of San Stefeno was drawn :,i such 11 man-m-r
that it will lend itself to all manner of
conce-sions.' He regard a meeting of -'u-congress
as cei. ain. He will prohiil.ly at
tend it in-t ',-id of r.ince O01. clmkoff.
THE Tt itKlsIl r o.Nsl'IIIK ,-.
It is said that information has been re
ceived at the bureau of the minister of
foreign affairs that papers have hern .IN
covered ut IVra iiupi;cating Midnat IVha
mid Minister Laynrd in the recent atti nipi
to replace Murad on the throne.'
A KOKMID.MII.K IllSMAN MOVEMKNT.
London, May 21. An American gentl
man. just returned from an extensive tour
in Uusda, says that two humlri-d thnu-a'id
Russians fire mo jig toward the Oallici-n
frontier of Austria.
The garrisons throughout Poland are
moving soii'liward. Camp of the troops
and recruits were noticed at m.-my mints
along the railways.
MOSCOW AND ST. I'KTKlS-lltT.d
are full of troops and m-w le ies are con
stantly coming forward. The cniiiinNiu ,
depnrtnient ' purchasing heavily all kindV
of supplies. 1 here is
lilt EAT 1111 Irl'.NKs
among the people against England. Rim
ness is active hut foreign trade is uiis' tth-.l
l.y a decline in exchange.
A11M A M K.N "I S l-.KDt ( Kl).
LiNf.iN. May 27. The I5rtti-.li Indian
government has decided to reduce the c-
cessive armaments of the feudatory princes.
A I'ispatch from Riicharest says; Hon
mania protests against the wid.-sjir.-ad
communistic prnpogauda hy the Russian
ATI EMIT ED A AS. JvlTIoX.
The Turk have ntr niptcd to n-snmatc
the Rritfish con-ul at Canea. Severi'l shots
were fired, all of w hich missed.
A I.AUOK M MISKK SEN 1' TO ,IA.
CoNsTANTtNoi-i.E, May 2i;. Nine thous
and Turkish refugees have been sent to Aia.
hut an immense number remain her.-, in a
wretched state of destitution.
A C.llANl) Mil ITAKY KEVIEW.
LiNisix. May 20. There was a grand re-
..! . 1 T . t 1 , , . ,
m.-w 01 me imperial guani to-ilav 111 lioiior
ot the Shall of Persia. The emperor com
manded the troops in person. There was
gn at enthusiasm manifested by ti. people,
and the shah declared himself great lv
A HOPELESS STATE OK CONKt SIO.V.
London, May 27 A dispatch from St.
Petersburg says; It i reported that the af-tV-s
of the Russian Imperial hank are in
almost a hopeless state of -o-"''usioii, and
that it has discontinued publishing its
weekly returns, because, it is believed, it is
so heavily in debt to the government.
NO CONOKKsS THIS VKAU.
Rkhi.in, May 2U The German socie''s
have decided not to hold a congress this
ritos. ITTIOX Of .lOCUNAI.s.
The government has ordered the prosecu
tion of five S. ialists journals.
UNCLE SAMMY'S HORSEMANSHIP.
F.'jl'tTATION THAT AUK A KEA
Tl'UK OK THE PAHK.
From the Nnw York Star. May il.
There is nothing pleasant to the .esidents
in the neighliorh.Hiif of Graminery Park
thtin the sight of the de fancto President,
'Uncle Sammy," .is he takes his usual
morning horseback ride.
Mr. Tilden owns seven horses, and Ids
stable on Twentieth street, near Second
avenue, is the pink of perfection. Here
his coachman resides with his family 'n
all the splendor of a Centennial "Jarvie."
Among his horses, which are all more or
less noted, the favorites of Uncle Sammy
appear to U "Toppy" and "Hero." The
former is his favorite saddle-horse, and ti
latter, one of a pair of old and well-beloved
In his morning equestrian exercises, w hich
Mr. Tilden generally indulges in company
with his coachman, he wears a glossy st ve
pipe hat and a black broadcloth suit. The
coat is very low-necked in the tail, and the
wrinkles see-saw up and down the back as
the tiery steed prances off. Gem-rally
at aliout 10 o'cioek Toppy is led up to
the residence, No. 15 Oramercy Park, and
after Mr. Tilden has vaulted intothe saddle,
he touches the horse slightly with his little
whalelsme whip. Toppy pricks up her
ears as If she would say, "Well, if we can't
lie president, we can at least be stylish,"
and starts off on a brisk trot toward Fourth
avenue, and in ten minutes Tilden is twen
ty blinks away. Oh, how the mud flies!
and oh, how the horse prances! and oh, how
the lalies look admiringly on! and yet the
equestrian sits on Toppy with the ease and
grace nf a Robinson or a Fish and gazes
neither to tho right nor to the left, except
when ho recognizes some fair friends, when
he gallantly doffs the glossy stove-pipit and
casts a running glance at the occupant of
tho passing carriage. "Jarvie" follows at
a respectful distance, but never gets so far
la-hind as to lose sight of his illustrious
muster. Along one of the many avenues
leading to Central park tho twain move
briskly, the admired of all admirers, and
the wrinkles in the coat, see-saw up and
down tha back and ita tails float gracefully
in the morning breeze, and the glossy stove
pipe comes off at stated intervals, and the
tie functo president appears to Iw 'happy
and at peace with all mankind. And so Ik
's, for he feels assured that he has nil that
human heart can wish for, except the presi
dency, and he is tn sensible a man to even
for a moment imagine that he will ever
keep that chair from going through the
The master and men usually take in the
east drive on the way out mid the west
drive on the way bii -k, and return to the
Granimercy Park residence in time for mi
early luncheon. U)oii arriving home tho
master springs from his horse with tint
lightness of an acrobat. Toppy paws the
earth eight thnes with her light foot, seven
times with the wrong foot (probably in n-c-ciillection
of the Elect mil Comii'1. simi's
vote), whisks her tail hi the air, prick up
her ears, and ' then led lark 1 1 the Hot -I
di' Horse, on Tweiille'h so -ct by tin- ad
miring .la. , le.
In the cvei,:,ig Mr. Tlhlen invariably
drives out in company with member of h;s
family. If the day be h'ne he usually hop's
the lines him. elf; it'st 01 iiiv, the clos,. e-iv-liage
is Used, and Jul lie's services are ag;'!n
brought bit i riii,!ii;on.
Day after day. ye.ir '11 and year out. this
is Uncle Sammy's prog.-aniine, and who of
us coti'd not be liappy with tl-'s bill of fare,
even '' there were no'Pi-oidenilal election ,
or "bail's o' money,' or fal.se hop( ;orot!n-r
necessaries of life.
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(Krum th.-San Fninil-co Joanial )
Thursday. 2 : This forenoon we rest,. .1 a
"ttle and cooked mussels, and in the aft r
111 mil we started row'n'i- nguin, Towar-'s
t'i'jht. I was tl';'il':ng of looking out for a
good camping place, and thought I h id
found a v.-ry good one, although above tint
beach on the hill there were two huts, but
they looked de. eiied; so I ran the boat "l' i
the cave, and we coiniiii need to haul her
Up. I saw 11 large cave at the head of the
beach that looked like a goo.1 shelter; so I
sent John, or John on as I cull him, up
into it with the chronometer. He
went up and looked in johI . ; im
running hack, with 11 very wbite face, and
shouting out ; "Come away! come away!
Mr. Herriman; plenty men! pletuy men!"
I thought at first he had ecn some natives,
so I told the boys to have the boatall ready
to shove off, wI'Me I had a look into the
I ''".tight it ouecr :' he had
Win. ' litis that tliev ill. I not come out ot
cave; so I toik iny revolver and looked
mid a more horrible sight I can't imagine.
The cave was a very large one, und the
wall were as black as possiblt looked a
though they were blackened by fire. Right
at the elhrance there lay two skeletons of
men. lying tlat on their backs, and side by
side. The hVsh appeared half sbippc.1 off
them, and the bones had no clothing w hat
ever on them. I could see a lot more boms
strewed around, and lots of clothes of all
miU boot and caps and oilcloths, and
about half a liox of t .be -t o, also the bar
rel of a ship's compass, with the card gone
the box of the compass looked bright, and
the varnish al.o also a leaf of a nautical
almanac. I wish I had picked it Up. as it
might have told me the.date: but I .I'd not
think. I hiii..'ed as fast as I could, and
took all the oilelothes and boots and shoes,
with the tobacco (about fifteen pounds).
There were also parts of a boat lying 011
the beach, with some oar. We took twn
oars with us. I should have taken the
n st of the clothes, but the smell was so
sickening I wanted to get away as soon as
possible. The oilcloths and boots were very
acceptable, as we had none, i--id the h ast
storm would wet u through, I took a pair
of large sea boot; and a long oil cloth coat,
which had probably belonged to the officer
of the boat, and felt much more
comfortable. I washed the coat as well a
I could, for it had a tea.. "ill smell aliout it;
but in such times one can't be t.si particu
lar. It is a mystery to me. The bodies
must have been ca' -n by the natives, els;
he bones would have had some clothing
on them, but there was not a particle. Rut
if the Indians killed and ate them why
did they not take the clothes ond tobacco?
I can't understand it. I think from the
looks of the boat and oars that it must
have been the crew of a Dutch vessel. Af
ter such a sight as this we did not teel
much like stopping there all night, and as
it was then too dark to make another land
ing, we pulled along the coast all night,
and at daylight on Friday, March I, I
made out to land on our sturlioiird bow,
which I called Staten Land, and commenced
pulling for it, for I had heard that then
were no natives on that island, ami we stand
very nearly as good a chance of being taken
off us on the main land. There is a fearful
sea in these straits, caused by the tide, and
we almost got swamped by "one large tidal
wave, but we have a good sea-boat. We
got to the island about 12 :.J0. and pulled
along the shore until we found a splendid
little bay with no surf and a good sand
beech with plenty of wood aud water. We
han'ed our Isiat lip the beech and built a
roaring big tire, and got plenty of mussels
and limpet, celery, etc. We also got some
fine large crabs that were very nice. At
night we got two m-ngtiins. Forgot to
mention, just after we had landed hen we
saw a boat with a large sail come out fmm
the other side of the strait and then go
back again. Wo did not mako anv signal,
for we thought it might have liei'n'ln.lians,
still, it may have been one of the other
Having made arrangements with Mr.
Robinson, the largest drairyman in South
em Illinois, to furnish me with pure cream,
I will Ihi able to sell Pure Ice Cream ti
Festivals and Parties in large (tiantitiea at
$1 50 er gallon. I would also state for
the la-netlt of those that want Cream from
Chicago, that I will furnish Imtter Cream
than Chicago, or will refund money on alt
onlers. All orders for largo quantifies
should be handed In two days before want
ed, so as to give me time 'to onler Cream.
Phil. If. Sait.
Mr. F. Kohsmktku is just in receipt of
a very large and iwlect stock of Key West
and Imported cigars, to which he calls the
special attention of smokers.
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