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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
MITII, HACK & CO.
No iw IiUOAD STHEET,
Ue-peeUul'y Solicit loiiMjiuincitU of
PROVlMuNS, l'RODKE. GRAIN AND
M EliCHAN DISK GENERA LEY,
ri'O hlrh thuy will k' careful mid prompt at
1 ktiiwu Tiny iiiu prepared t" wake UIktiiI
Cu h A cl varices
and will ue thi-lr be.! i-IT.irl f"r the lulere.U of
liio-i Loorlm tbviu with cor.i'UmuLt.
nv'.-r. by nTinlun. to Natiovai. IJaxk. nf Au
ima -. .:aTIoj.al Ki iia.su IUsk. .' Aui;ut, (.
(JA1UO tt ST. LOUIS 11. H.
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
M'HE tnln. by lb I road cmwrt M St I.'.u i- trid
I K-l bi Iml. iih nil o'.uer linen totae KA9T,
Throa?h eipro. leaven Cairo lO-M a.m.
Thruu upr-M arrive al Kt ht. Luuta :4Sp ui.
it urp!n'iro srronnacjdallwii leave. ( aim Vl'i p m.
Miirpt.V-'ioro tec arrlu-a t Muri.hy.tioro S:Vip m.
Throuijh Vpr-n leave. Kant M Louie.. . S.l.'atii.
'I hro'i jli ir " arr'.v.-a at 1 aim . Sir.pm
M irpM.oro aic leavea Miirvhr.bum . Vrrflatu.
Murj h; ; oro arc. arrive! at i alro M.'.ii p lu.
t'l'XfrWHIi'KTIil! Cairo Mid M Li.ula
Ur..U J.,.UIl.,Ii. hann.ad t Hi." oi.!y ALL
KAII. I.Ol'TL' between Ca'rw ar.d St. Lout, under
niit mauaic nu'iit. th.refure tberr are r.o 'Vr.v.al
wtv r-.tioD avrfilltt;.' cvRbuctiun from o h'r line..
I'tnn-npT n j; Norm. Nonl.i-at ud Wi.t
hould rni buy He ir C.i keM ulit.l thtybav.i cxau.-in-d
our rate, aii'l mi.t-
L M. JullNHON. (ii-ni'fal Manse r.
It .1 HNS, Ovi.eral AjHiit t airo. Hi
JlTlNOIS CKNTKAL U. 11
nrWVV vr Sue
Shortest ami (ukkost Routt to
St. Louis and Chicago
rrIIF f.'i'v im.! runnon? two 'J-'1.4 ,r"IH" lr',,m iT0
1 i i-Wiiiaf -i f'l "'""" i.r'"'
TK'irV l.KWK '.UtW -I I'M' ; a.
pr ImviWiuSt. lut.TK 1- :
hi a m ; l!..!l!iHi..'i 4 li til I .lcli,-. f ''
I 1. s-a'11 ur'.v: t aui" pi'iu'"
12 TO i'l H'll' IN ADVANCE
n ..' tii-.-r tuutf.
1 2 I ' - I i'. , "ti'i t'UK Ai.'i a-riviitiM
. . .i ' i.i . . i till ;" at 'i vi in . mini'' .
tasp umi: KAST
I AS. i" :' i i""t i'V
r:in-'l l.v .'i:."liiv int. !:!. 1m: Snuir
I', ' , tm..iii i! i, ti tr..:.i ivni Htrlv.-. t, N.-w rk
jl'.n' iii .tii n I'1 J"- Thin cl lj -i r f hi al
' ' . i.f Miv 'iih'T runt.'.
Vr- f!l-''l.iriitf or i.iiuvl:l.v lli.v that II'
r tiii.v il. an t.'ii- hi.c arv Unj.il fii'ii-r
Jir""'.'!i i tji ra ! nr a .l-i.i' to inirl. a.l .in- ni'Mii .
K.r thruiiL'h II. kvt ami lufurniuiluu apply t li);
' nl rtt If.-il ;r..t( i. p"l. I ;m.
TUAISfJ AltHlVh AT CAIIIO.
j'j . .. t"1 HI-
.1 s .KillNSoN. Ii.'ii'i Soutbi'ru An'l
,1 II .11 iN K.S Tli ki t A --in
('AIUO .t VIXCKXXKS 1!. 1!.
.'1 Aril I.V THK slIiillTKSl' llut;iii V)
1 7 Mil IV THK HIOttTKvr To UM'IS.
TIMulili AND WASHINGTON.
) I fl t THK MltiltTKsT Tt lMtAV;
Vijl!K ANX) HUfiR'N
six nouns SAVKD
t)oi trull) of all nhT rmiti'a nmkiDii tbo ain
tf Vnauris'ra li nth-r rout." In rank'' ennnrc-ti.iii-
miift rla a'l' niht. wnltiiiii Hum one to f)lx
hour al email outitrr ntiitliiH fur Iralm uf cou
T V1 VT RKT' T" K FA'T anil tk. onr'4:44
JVl'jiYl riJlIJIjii n. ,. train, ri'nrlil! hvana
vlllo, IndUnapolli". ( Inrlmmtl nml l-mt villo atna
ilay Train" leave and airlvc at I aim fullown:
Mall 1fvon V.'m'
Mall arrive , :' '";
Throuuh tlckflu ami ili'ick. to all linpiulaiit
i!A''MlM.Bn, " L.l)UI!ll.l..
l,on I Vam. Aci'tit .i.. r:il cup I.
I,. II. (Jill Rf It, I'mni'iiUfr A' til.
ST. L., I. M.fe SOUTIIKIIN.
r'pif liviv.n Ciiiro iliiilv
h i'.'L'.'. ." "'ir.1''-''' ''h'hi 'dii'lly, . . ,.,
. ."l lHI'l 111
(JAIKOCITY VVMliY CO.
I KANM I.KAVCH l,Ul
Krttil Knurl li "I ll"iiitil I.iiiiiI'u Ki'iil'ii'l,y l.tl'u
8 it. III.
in a. in.
il p. tn.
4 p. Ui.
A::) n. in.
1n::m a. tu.
J;1n p. in,
4:.'K p. ui.
ti a. in.
11 p. in.
.1 p Ml.
t p, in,
WATCHES. JKWELttY, CTC.
Edward A. IVuder
(S'liccra.or to E. & W. Buder),
' An l Di'al'in In
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
M L'SICAL LVSTRL'M KXTS,
Cor. Iluhth St. and Wasliiiiffton Ave
Watchmaker & Jeweler
,0. 10 EIGHTH STliKET,
Ketwrrn f.'ommrrrla! aud I ('i'itu 711
VLiiimou iVM., VtlllU, 111.
FINE WATC1IW0RK A Sl'ECIALTY.
FirKugravliit; aud allkindi of rfpalrln? neatly
tlfT- All kind of KoUd Jewelry madi; to orl..-r.
W II t )U A I.K W IX I A D LI Q L 01 W.
W'liol'.alc aud Retail Dealer lu
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinjls,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SM VTH 4 CO. have constantly a larzc
ptm k nf t:ir iM'.t tf.H.'ln In th rnark.'t and ine
rp.'cial alteutlon to Ibe Mlioieal bramb M the
I'AINTS, fULS. W ALL PAI'KK. KT''.
WALL. PA I' Kit,
Window Gld-ss, Window Shades, Etc.
Alwaya oa hand tbc ce!tiratcil iLLl'MiMarrvc
BrW Billilli:2. Com-1 foivn 111
uifr.ii.IAvf.. i I till (Mil.
JNSLltANCE AGENCY Or'
"Wklls A: KtiKTJL
British Ann-rica jXMt&&,
( 'onimeir ia I ; A..X,f N,: llv.,
Tii!m ""r I'liil I'Mp'iia: .-uiMUed lu :iU.t
' IHUII , A-'. i-. ;'.; iiii.iu.
(iemiau !.v..,a . er""l",":;.K.
Illi; W II ITT EN AT FA 1 H KA'l ES.
OlHco in Alxainlir County Hank.
SALOONS AND IlKSTAt'IUNTS.
Saloon and l.ewtaxirunt
tiii kt or
WINES, LIQUORS AND C1UA1W
Countautly ou band; nl'n b conmanlly on blind a
lurjjtt mipply of
FRUITS, LEMONS, ORANGES, APPLES.
AT Wllol.KALI AND HtTAIL,
Al thf- Old lit lmonli'O Hntol, fifl Oliln Uvw.
v ii t t .
Tin1 flmlivt, moat
lHllinr yet iiiii-I di'llfliti)
lI'BII M!I llltlM'K for II"'' oil
tint liaiiilkiTi'iiirl at the
lull' I llllll lu llni lllilll,
lIl'lll'llMlll mi l ii. Ilill.llll
'rtbl'A Ih I III' h'i ( Minn, ni:vi"
tciiVtirnii, liillqii''. pr.Mlrinl'Hi. mi viu iii-hi and
lii'nd irlic, 1,'iiik out I'nr ciinhti'if"ll. Aliivnai.k
f"r Plnrlila Wnfr. pripnird lij It." h-iIo irtiprluturH,
Mir. 1 .it it in it ii A Ki'inp. i'w Vnik
I'i.I' nlo by pirluun'ik, Jril,;l..l uud fancy ((node
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
(j II AND
FOCIiTII OF JUIjV
C K L K 13 II ATJ.ON
L'ntlur tlic Auspice of the
Knilits of the Mystic Krcw
OF COM UH,
AT ST. MARY'S PARK. CAIRO, ILLS.
I J V r.:()iti'-t ol tbcclllzi'im r.f Cnlr, the aliiivn m
.!' I. hi. iiL'.iiu iiiiilerluk'ii lh.: ci hihrul.iilKil thu
i.l.OUfDI'S KOl lfTH. l.lMTtil n.ritrllmil'.ti on
Vm phn ol "iir c!tlz,:in. will eiintili. Hie Kn.w to uhn
a ri'lebrMl'iu tLnt will Pcllpfe ail thelrt'ornirr filurlfi
mm uopHiii. will in. upan-d to mitki" tin- alllr tno
miii.-t und MUST KSJOY Alll.K t'Kl.KHKA
'lit iN KVfcKOlVK.N IN CAIKO 'Hie llfttnral
tru ll. mmrij numnniua. A il(ANI I'AIIADI;, la
wlilcb It lit expect'-d Uiat all tin: aoriPtiva In il;, rltv
Mill partlclpati.. HKAUINO'I UK UEt.'I.AHATION
OK IXUEI'EXlJENt E by ono of ( alro'n mauytal-
id and popular yonnir iHrtli H, to he folio." J by
DHATION'S I1Y Ml'EAtKHsi Or' JiATiONAL
KEI'I TATION. The tm-H
ryr-.STHlNO and BKAsS MfPHMn thi eitvhav
lien fniraKftl. and a FINK DASUNU KU'Olt, W
l.y 101) fi'.-t. wlil be en tod for the pi. am re or t lioe
who neliKutlo tnpmc lim lamanic io. nuiHr.
HAt INli runulii ruce-ba'.f mile liettto, bent two
Intbrct.llO lJiJeutraiKe. :.Hi0addrd by tbe .My. tic
Krcw, aiM-ond liorae to foto ftak.1". 8 t" niter. S to
oiart Aleo TM'PTIN'i and HAtTNO 1!A F.S,
KlitiT HACKS, KAT MEN'S JMCES. WHEKL
1IAKHOW HM'ES. S(K KAi'KS. t'ATt 1I1NU
t.KEASEU 1'IUS. CLIMHlNti (rHCAsEH I'lH.KS,
ftc. He. Suiiaijln premium. lil b awarded the
vlitora In the above upon.
li,e i-vfului;' t-xinlfe will open with the
OltANOEST IJlsri-AY of FIKKWOKKS ever en
inipeeiiy. Arran"ementit have been mii'li' to liave
EXcfkSrONS KIN ON A I.I. THE KAU.K'iAHS
KNTEKINO THK CITY AT (iKKATI.Y HElJl (.'
II) KATES (K FAKE. The Memnor .lAVr.f
FISK.JIt.. andferrv TIIKEE STATES will carry
I'ASSKNGEKS Af IIAI.K FAKE. Nothm? that,
ran add to the. amu'euient aid comfort of our vldt
or will be wantlntr.
COME ONE, ('OMR AT.T. ar.d enjoy a 0000
OLD FASHIONED (. ELEURATION.
T. M. L0VETT,
FRANK M. WALKER,
GEO. M. FRY.
DAY OF SPORT
July 4. 1678.
Barbecue and Dance !
TI AVINti removed mv-nrim? lia'l from its former
a rue. to a imhii nioru .n'rame. anu uaving entire
ly reuiodeicd the Laii, I u .11 ou tnu
Fourt h of July,
(iiv. an oi l-time Barttaru and Dance, to wb'cb I
c.r.liaDv Intlte all. t'liaritiite. lnir all who nttei.d a
dav of ijen'ilne plcaure and ri"-refitl.m
In ll-e afternoon ra. b.eep tiv rl.'rt lure
formerly owntd by ,lanu . hVDMIau und the Shaver
u.. ,. .uk, aiw m wiil iic ruu
Hefie.lim.iit" ill n'liinoiii. will be at I he illfp.i
Fai of tl.ni! w tiO iiim".u tuna, a: the moi ;.. un
B. F. WILJlL'RN. I'm,!-.,!.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. I. II.M.I.irtAY, Kre-iil-nt.
II I. IIAI.I.iruV Vke Kreildenl.
WALT EH MYM.OI'. t'arhier.
t-T,ATTATl.oll. W I- IIAtttVAV,
lirSKY I.. HA1.I.IHAV, II II. I'I NMM.IIAM.
U. U. WILLIAMSON, Mai UkN B1UL.,
II U. I'ANIIKB.
Ext'Iianiro, Coin and United Staos Roiuls
UOVo HT AND SOLD.
lVpn.it. reevtved a id a uetieral batikltie biiimra
LEXANDEU COUNTY RANK.
Cominerciul Avriiu.' and Eighth Street.
F ItIMi'. I'reKld. ut.
1'. N EKK. iee-rrendMit.
H. W El.l.s. Cannier.
T.J. KKKTT1, Ai.i'ielHnt Cashier
P. Urn.., Cairo; William KliWf, ( iilrd;
Peter Nell. Culm: . llllnin V'oll. tiilri-;
A. sn.aiika. ( aim: K I. hilMiil.'V. st l,,-.ul;
Jiiulcr. Cairo: F. II. Ililnkmah. St. Louia:
11. Well-. ( iiirn) ,1 Y. t'U'Ui.uu. Caledonia.
t (.ENEliAI. UANKINliTiUSlNKhS HONE. Kx
i V elmiv-i' .old nn.l bought. Interval pnld in I lie
'wnii; li,. .ai i men t . t'olli'illon. mail,, ninl n
biiKlne... proiupil) mtend.-d to.
"PNTEKP1USK SAVINGS RANK,
ClmitiTOl Kurcli 81, 1I)0.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL RANK,
INTEItEST paid on depn.lt. Mir h lt and Hep.
temlier l.t. I mere. I not withdrawn l. ndded liu
liiedlitlely to lite principal of the. depot II., thereby
K' viin; them compound liilontft.
WCIilliIrennntl innrrlfit wiHwaiuuy deposit
money muiI uonnf else eiin tltniv iu
WALTER HYSLOP, Tueauvrsm.
MORNING, JULY I, 1078.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
LivLi'.rooL, July 0' 2:00 p.m. -Wheat
-I-Hcliiiiiyutl ; winter, iMrcMOsjapriuj.', 8
M(i,'M 2ti;C'!ilittjniiii nvpniiff.Os lM&lOs
iJ.l; ( .'iuifoi'iiiii rlub, 10h otluftlOii bJ. Cutu
ncw.S-isCtld'yWsOtliol.l, 27s :)tl37s td.
NEW YORK (IRA1S AND!10I)UE.
Nnv Yohk, July a, 12::J0 jun. Wicat
Sti-mly; No. 2 Chicago, ijsl 00: No. 2
Mil'.vaukw, $1 01; rctl winter, il0'l107;
uii.titT,! OCyl 0!l. Corn-iiuii ttCHiuer,
4:l.S'c; No. 8, 42gc; No. 2, 44!i45t:.
New Voiik, July 3, 2:ii0 p.m. The
Stock Exchange adjourns until 11 o'clock
Friday, July 5, ami the Produce Exchange
until Saturday, July 0.
CHICAf.O GRAIN AND rilODLXE.
CiiK AfiO. July 3, 10:00 H.m. Pork-
July, D 27J; August, $9 Tyl Septom
her, 52,'j'. Wheat-July, HHJic; Au
gust, 320. Corn July, 'Mc; August,
Cuicaoo, July 3, 12:00 ra. Pork Au
gust, $9 27L4'..9 20; Septr-mber, 9 30.
Corn July, 87tf:J7 ,';; August, 37 g
r.Tc. Wheat July, 91c ; August, rj,3c.
Chicago, July 3, 2;00 p.m. Pork
August, W 209 22i; Seitemhcr, 9 3"j
Ci i7f Wheat 9', July, ai-ked; Au
guft, b2)$2c Corn-July, 36;
Ciiicac.o, July 3, 3 :00 p.m. Pork -July,
kri 15(S'J 25; September, 3 W. Wlieal,
July, OOJjV; August, SJ'r. Corn
Iu, 3737,i4'c; Augtuit, 37i37c.
.SEVERAL WITNESSES EXAMINED
NO NEW I.IuHT IIWOtOHT TO 11F..UI ON THE
FltALTiS TllE StB-tOMMtTl'tE IN SESSION
AT NEW OKLEANt..
Washinoton, July 2. The I'ottei com
UiitD e tn-Uay iwnllt'd Tlios. (J. Aieleiyin,
who testified thfit he did not s-.'O any I'tJe
figa the elcctivr.il vote while in the govern
or's ollire at .tw Orleans; that Mrs.
Jcnks, fil.-Hiting the jwverty of her mother,
Uf-ked hint to upiiut hi-r lirrvtln'r. A.
Murdoi.k, to a place iu the custom house;
the wi'!:ri pr' ini.-od to do something for
ln-rtliis iiumtii, hut has not yet: Murdot k
hns li:td it letter from Si'imtor Kellitgir tor
sonic time, r'-'iiur-stin:; the witness to do
something tor ltiiii.
A I.ONll EX A M IN ATIt
of the witness regarding tlic opt latimis nf
the returning Ixmrd elicited nothing new.
In reply to Gen. Huuton, the witutss said
the returning hoatd as a Ivotly never at
tempted to fill a vacancy w ith i Democrat,
lie hail spoken to Mr. Smith, at present a
reporter on the New Orleans Deinocrnt,
about accepting an appointment on the
lio!j'd hut he refused; never knew of the
bouni having a-sked (smith ; never heard it
aUH-d by any number of the board that the
pn..-.eiiijc of, a Deinoiiat was uudi simble.
The witness, in reply to Vr. Cot, said he
hud he.ird that Dau'l Web.r was killed
becaus: In: hud signed his pi ulest ; never
heard he wns killed, its Judge Campbell
had tc'lified, because he wu.t suppovd tn
hdve hud the Sherinau letters mi his per
son, 11108. II. JKMiS
testitietl that ho had m vcr made an atlidnvit
similai to the one submitted before the
Louisiana sub-cmnuiitieu ycsteidnv, ami in
the handwriting of ilaim.'s E. Aiitleisun ;
neter saw Notary Se mmir in New ( Menus,
before whom the ttllidavit appcaia tu hue
J. E. Anderson, asking pcnnii-xiou to ev-
plttili, Mated that on the 1 ltd t if May he
met Jenks in the street Mini he (Anderson)
was going to leave for the north at 2 p.m.
b'liks ve'i'ie.-tcd him to use his inllnem x
toward securing him it ioition in nsli-
ington, and nt'ier some ronverstition .lenks
went with him to his orliee in ho custom
limiM' ami ilietal' ti Ihe iilliti.ivil in tpiev
lion, and he ( A nderst mi copied it, mid then
they went to Nolaiy Seynioui's ollii e, and
.lenks hW(vie to the tloeuinent. The pur-
Hose ofmakini! the nllidavil win to aid An- j
ilotv.i. in heeuiing .lenks a position. An-
(lelNiill W.tA to SllOW till' IllllilllVit to
Maiiitews Hint endeavor to sit tire him an
appointment on the strength of ii.
I-til! F. WEllElt,
hiotiier ot Daniel Weber, was sworn, desir
ing io make it statement of liU coimections
with the Republican par'y.
Mr ('ox olijet tetl to the statement.' read
inn psil of the testimony, ami Weber re
tiro' for tin1 pre"iit
II. toSyl l.s r ( I AIIK,
former private s.-eretai'v to Gov, Kelloiri;,
retold his r.'i'iilli'ct;.iii' of Ihe igiiing of
the electoral fei'tilleates, nml promptly
mill emphatically denied all knowledge n'
who appended the supposed forged sigti.i
tuivs. A secret m'-wiun folioweil,
When the doors were reopened Fmi!"
Weber wan recalled and was given permis
sion to read his statement, prov nkd he
would swear to the facts it contained. Tim
Malt'iuent was rend, and set forth that he
had lit p'Mvnial knowledge that Demo
cratie intlmidntion e.istiil in the nnrishes
of East and Wett Felicinn, Mis bnilher,
Daniel Wei a r. mid .1. E, Amler-on had in
forinetl 1dm that the two par! ih"s hud gone
Democratic. Inlliienee was brought to
bear upon his brother lo make his protest
mid hcli ml been tipprom hctl very iYetici,tly'
to use his influence, with his brother to
elfect the signing of the protest. Ho saw
Anderson sign his protest, and saw blanks
therein. Alter Anderson had left Judge
Campbell uttaehed the. jurat to the pHcrs.
It was not sworn to by Anderson.
It was u notorious fact in the
custom house that Kellogg, Pack
ard find others were pressing
Anderson and Weber to make their re
spective protests. John Sherman was
spokesman for tlm visiting statesmen, and
he (Weber) knew that Miermnn had given
his brother assuraues which caused him to
allow his protest to stand after it had ben
made. Weber had, in a conversation with
Mr. .Sherman, expressed to him that his
brother thought Ids parMi had gone Demo
cratic ami he was disposed to take back his
protest, whereupon Mr. Sherman ns-ured
liim that his brother would be cared fur,
and requested that he semi his brother to
him. His brother, on the day lie. received
it, showed him the Sherman letter of as
surance, and said he had received it direct
from Mr. Sherman. Weber was familiar
with iho handwriting of 8hrinau, and was
satisfied that the. ktter was written Iy tlmt
geutlement in 1877. The Sherman letter
was the subject of great mortification to
Weber's family, and his sister-in-law, Mrs.
Daniel Weber, hud endeavored to lind it
among the papers of her husband, which
were packed away in two trunks and a
PFRSONAL AND GENERAL.
Paul tie GWagnac is about to marry
niece of the late Cardinal Autonelli.
Stanley has for several dayslately been
the guest of the King of the Iielgiaus.
- It tninsout that two men lately hanged
by 9 mob in Gallatin, Tenn., were en
The Japanese government is taking
measures not only to preserve, hut to in
crease its forests.
Mehemet Ruclnli fell from his grand
vizorship in a single day for daring to rec
ommend the recall of Midhat Pacha.
General Viscount Tcmpletown, K. C.
Ii., lias accepted the office of Almoner to
the order of St. John of Jcrusuleui, ia
The clergy of Oxfordshire, England,
are trying to induce the farmers not to
give laborers intoxicating drinks during
hay and harvest time.
Eecr ami music will not mix in Boston,
where all attempts to establish such gar
dens ns are fashionable in most other cities
Hares were introduced into the Isle of
Wight, England, in the sixteenth century,
and foxes during the present. In the Isle
of Skye there are no hares, rabbits, martens
The Anterii an CoumiI at Tahiti, Mr.
AtwaiiT, Intends to mako that place his
residence for life. Ilis inducement thereto
is liHiiun iugc to the native Princess Moctia,
a member of the royal family.
- Twenty years ago Allien Grunt, the
London financier, of Emma mine and Lis
lxn tramways uotoriety, "wept a wiiie
liu rchant "s oliiee f,.i J:i a week, and wan
discharged heenuv be was "nor sharp
-Mr. Strettel of the Rritish Indian Forest
Department has written a book to show
that a considerable revenue might be ob
tained from plants which tire regarded ns
weeds in IUndoost:i!i, by extracting fibres
tor paper and textile fabrics.
- Party spirit ran very high in Antwerp
during the recent elections. A wool mer
chant returned front liuenos Ayres express
ly to vote, and Ihe captain of a Red Star
New York stciimr was in vest tides on
reaching home fourteen hours before voting
The Quciii i f Denmark has received
from the Empress ol Russia th? decoration
of the Red Cross. The letter of the Km
pn.' warmly thank all the Danish women
who contributed to the sueees-. of the
b.iitar in aid of the wounded Russian
TheVhar of Non.-by, England, it
fused to bury the hon ol' a publican of the
neighboring villiage of Parti n. and the
service was rend by a Congregational min
ister. Ilis ctligy was therefore carried
through the streets on a pule nrcompanied
by a baud of music, ami then publicly
-The lib 1 Catholic Synod at lionn Inn
decided, by 7A votes against 22, that the
prohibition of the Canon law of tlm mar
riage, of ecclesiastics iiIkivc the rank of sub
deacon doe not constitute, in the case of
Old Catholics, either an obstac.lo to the msr
riage of ecclesiastics or to the euro of souls
by married ecclesiastics.
De ieoii Ristwick wus missed 011 nm.
day fit mi his accustomed pew In a Dctroil
church, and iu the afternoon he was absent
from Ihe Sunday school, of which he was
Sitpi riiiieiiilent. Tin1 reason v.i. tlmt his
Meltings from Ids employer, tiller being
ccnliut'.cd nine years, and muoniiliiij; to
f I Yumi li.nl at last been discovered, an I he
had lleil from the city.
An t xciiisiou putty in Huston bay can
not agfi e e ictly us to the sea mrmtrrr that
they think they miu. They generally de
scribe it. hoti'.'Ver. m having a huge, bull
dog head, covered "villi a mass of hair; it
mouth tilled willi three or four tows of
teeth; gleaming ey.s, u body ten or twelve
feet long, tapering into a tail no one knows
how long, ninl having the ciiptuliy to utter
NEW SERIES NO. 55
The Russian hospitals near the- mouth
of the Danubo are tilled to ovnrtWlnr.
with cases of typhus, and the majority of
patients arc now under canvas. An epi
demic of the same disease- ia prevalent
among tlio Russian troops in Asia Minor,
and the mortality continues to lie very
great. About fifty of the medical staff have
already fallen victims to tho disease, the.
spread of which is favored by tho excessive
In the recent municipal election in
Rome, of the twelve councillors, ten were
Liberals, with votes ranging from 0,391 to
17, and two were Roman Catholics, with
,018 anil 4,310 votes. Tho names of tho
Roman Catholics elected appeared both on
tho Clerical and some of tlic Literal lists.
Of the Clericals appearing oil tho Clerical
lists only, and unsupported by Liberal
votes in addition to those of their own
party, none were returned.
The following is an advertisement in a
newspaper in Kishwakee, III.: Whereas.
Lizzie M. Prico has left her parents' homo
and care, ami decamped with an unreliablo
and vile semblance of a man, as is supposed,
we hereby warn all persons not to harbor or
to trust her, as wo will pay no bills of her
contracting.'' This is signed by Lizzie's
father and mother, and the "unreliable and
vile semblance of a man" was a farm hand
in their employ.
A coffee pot was an exhibit in a ca&o
in a Cleveland court. It was of a patent
pattern, and the dealer refused lo take it
back, as he said ho would do when tho
housekeeper who had taken it on trial
could not make it work. Her husband
Btietl the merchant for its value, but the
man of traffic placed it over a gasoline
stove in the court room, ami served the
judge and jury with such acceptable coffee
that they could not help rendering a ver
dict In his favor.
The Danish government has published
a small 1ook of statistics. The total popu
lation of the kingdom exceeds 2,000,000, of
whom 1,950,000 live in Denmark proper,
72,000 in Iceland, 0,800 in Greenland, aud
37,500 in the "West Indian colonies. The
population of Copenhagen aud its suburbs
is about 250,000. The average duration of
life in Denmark is fifty years, while in
England it is forty-five, in France thirty-,
two, and Italy only thirty; but the num
ber ot suicides is very large, and increased
every year, the majority being by hanging.
A man who is now a leading Hartford
clergyman was in 1841 a student at tho
academy f wsii.rohum, Mum. He loved a
village, maiden and she loved Lim. Rut
finding that he was not "a believer in tho
Lord," her conscience quickened, aud with
tears in her eyes, she sent him word that
she must give him up, anil then married a
commonplace fellow who hat joined the!
church. Within the last few months tho
wife has got a divorce from her husband
and is living in reduced circumstances,
ami lite rejected lover is one of the ablest
pastors in the state.
A German jury returned u verdict so
directly in opposition to the evidence that,
it has excited much com men t, being re
garded as indicating hostility to the mili
tary institutions of tiic empire. A student
of Erlangen shot dead, in a duel with pis
tols, n Lieutenant of the Sixth Rifles. Tho
cause of the duel was the conduct of tho
officer to the student while tin; latter was
serving as a one-year volunteer. The evi
dence was complete, but in reply to tho '
tiucstion. "l)n t ie prisoner II tl r ;,
a ' --
tenant!" the jury simply answered ''No''
and the. verdict was received with applause.
- San Francisco has a police justice who
als out Hie terrors of the law mainly with
a view to tilling the municipal treasury, ami
there is hardly any offense on which lie in
i nilioweied to administer inibnnonr Lu
may be atoned for by a cash payment. Ho
is a priitilnblc judicial officer, poeuniarly;
though he may be a less otherwise. ' Tho
fines imposed by him on an average day
tools up over two thousand dollars. Among
the sentences were: For disturbing the
peace, 250 or 125 days in prison; for
malicious mischief, 1250 or 125 days; for
using vulgar langnrgje, fao or 15 days; for
indulging in profane language, f )00 or 150
tlsjs; for battery, $300 or 150 days; for
"misdemeanor," 150 or 7j days; for a
"drunk," 1120 or 00 days.
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Mrs. Letiie Colem.in h reopened her
laundry on Fotfth street, between Wash
ington and Coininorrinl avenues, and takes
this method of informing let old friends
and patrons that she is again at their ser
vices, end solicits their patronage. Shu
hat reduced prices to suit tho time). '