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THE ; DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
VOLUME X. -v
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORXIXO, MARCH 1, 187l.
NEW SERIES NO. 214.
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City Officer.
Mayor- Henry WiiiN-i',
T'iciimih r II. K. I'urkcr.
Clerk-. I. It. I'liilll..
t'oMimclor-ft in, It. ii:t)crt.
.Marshal C. U. ArMT.
Alinini-v ft'. IJ. t .
t'ollci: Mn:.;li.liiUc- J. .). Wril.
SoaIUi OK ,M.I:llMK. '
1'lrM ' t il - I.e.. i,t inn. ft m. Wl.'alliihnti.
Ncioiiil ft mil - Wood Uiitcuhour':, -N . i. 'J'li!li"
wo.xl, Tliinl ft'unl-W. I', Wright. Jnlui Wood.
Kniirlli ft .inl t'hiirh d. 1'ilier. I). .1. idler.
Kilt ti ft lint -T. ft . Il.illlday. Ula. Ljiicimlcr.
Count) OlhVcr.
I'll, nil .linl.- O. A lli.rt.i-i
circuit I ! tk .1. .. K-uvi-.
I ..lint) Juriuc K. s. ocntii.
I iiniil) Cli rk S. .1. Ilinnni.
County Alumno ft . i . Mil.'."..
Count". 'I'ri'HXiM r A.. I AM-i..
She rill' John Uod-is.
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ft'uinui and i 'In .met-: mi sntdottii II
n in. i.iid V I . ill. ; ii.iliy m itt;l I :!) i. in.
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Fourteenth olri-i t, M.iri.iu..' f )' t:l..ln
0 :'I0 h. in ; i-.i'hiii't iirmiT". 7 1 p. in.: Suh..ith
IVItST MI-IHNAI'.Y MAI'TIVr I III IM II j
I'n 'kIuii;' a: M: .1. in.. :i p. in., io d '. : Ji p. :".
sahhalh criiool m 7: :ii i. u. It. T. !. sec.' -. j
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prnjiT n.- !;n- ft , 'liji. .il.ti- 'i ::n i. in.: M;m.'iy
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ST. Jll'-KI'll S l!u'ii:iii ( iillinlii i i.n.'-r ..
ami ftnliiiit tc- r: .. ivi;.'. toMihtli IH:'a.
in.; tii:idi s ImkiI ut it ( in.; -ht :t i. lit -: n r
vi' every itav ni ! i. in.
ST. I'ATIili K 'Km, mi t ulliu'ii" H nrner Slu'li
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TIM I TVI'.I.K.
Arrival uud l)t'arMiiv nt Train-.
ii i.imi'. i L:n: M. It vii.i:iai
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CAIUO ANI ST. I.ol IS. '
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Tliroilitn Kxpr. i". tirrivi-m K St l.oni-. i,:Mp in,
Thinutfh K.spre.. leave- l' i. l.on.i..... rt :l .th. ,
Ttironi:h Kvpi" ar'he m I alio i:l..p in.
Murplivi-tiorouii-ouiinooiitloii I. av-t alio 1.'. p.m.
Mn'ph'Nlmro A. e. arrive r.t Mi:rphv.oio V.op m.
Murph) -l.oro A"-. le:iv Miirplivi) to :.' p.m.
Mi.riihy-I.mv Aie. utriv. tit l ain) - - !
The Cairo A St l.onl" V.ail Rouil i" He' oii'y all
Uni! Iti li :e Ik le, n niro mid St. I.oti'- lil.d' r nlie
flnviuKt mill!, th t lorn there at" no l-ta l
nay Million., nwnlt.u otine. tioti- from other
t'loHe ai d Mi'i' loutii etioii-nt St. I.oi.l' withulu.T
liu.nfor Noiih, i.iii .i'.d Went. ;
J. A. NAi'.I K.
A'.'eul
1,. ,M. .IHIINMIS.
tieiiernl Mnniit'T.
(j Al U( ) iV V 1 Ni KN N KS U. K.
.4 nil i.viTHK SHOUTF.sT Kol'TB TO.
Ill Jllhm Kv:ir.HviU.. 1
4-7 MILKS TV.S.KrV.Ni."..:
T I MO UK ANdWAslllNOToS. ;
u mMvww& i
VOUK AND 1I0ST0N I
SIX HOURS SAVKU 1
IMt trulnn of .ill oilier mute maUic,' the miii.'
cotitcetUnii'.
It'r- I'ioi'i infer ('dn r tole to nitik'i eoiiiier- j
iiou tnt ri'ie n.i nielli, wuiiniii in""
hour ni mil ill v-our.iri dtiUluli" hv triilfi1 el cote
nectlni; roa.1.
'O l.'Xf WW i VV'tllK K At "Til ia'. hike our 4:-H
JVljAllAlnriU,,, nl. ir, renchltiii Kvun
'.llo, iMillniinpullH. I'ltirltimitl nrnl LonlrVllle Hiune
ilny. Triiln lemc tuiU nrrlM.1 t Cairo im lollow:
Mull leaven ,?1:,!:!.H'!!!'
.Mii4I urrh , .UI:tMi..m.
Through thki't unit clieek to ull Important
K.lAU..LKU HOSWKl.t. MU.I.KIl.
(ien'l Atli't'.l. Oeiieml Hup t.
1.. 11. Clll'UUH. rmwitgcr Aitent.
FKRKY1H1AT.
(JA1KO CITY FERRY CO.
nc.UHYHOAT
THREE !hag! 8TATES.
t.iAVKa t.RAVtta LKAvra
Foot rourlh tl MlMourl Laml'ij, Ketitaeky l.d (j.
ft i. m. , ,i .
10 it m.; 1 r 1
8 p.m.
H:!KI a. ill.
Man a. nu ' '
1:90 p.m.
4:80 p.m. ,
U a. m.
It a rt..
8 p, ui.
ft p. in.
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e!ia,i'l a, i iir.-.jni' to tie -pee. ill
alio., rate- Cut.- Neiin; tw. he ii Hi
nt olid 1. pe lo the 'lu ll.
Ton-jitlai aiher'.i" ts e oiy. r ni-
pr;- ;;
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K I. perior inli.' . tii' i.i-. h.'th a- to ra'.e"
l."t.'l.'l.' t.' V t" "f eh 'I-.'. 4U.I tun liner of ili-plai ill'
11-hK1'h1' Hhelr f:u..r-
Nolil e- ill I.11111 eolllllillK inserted
for Itti litv e. lit- per line first ilon-r-
I 1 I I 1 1 1 ;in:-; l. n cen' pi r line for each suit-
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' Soil..- or rl.-mh and inaniir.-s
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All letter and nnd cinntn net atloti" :
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n i' w (i i: x s ii o r,
( or. Sixth M. mill t "iniin'reinl Ac
i Aiiro.
U.l.tNUlS.
tiinis, I'istol". Sales ami l.tx-ks li jtuirt'il.
Keys Mtitlc to oi'lcr.
C'lloKK IK'IilNtl ON IIKK.U'M I.O.MH.Mi tiLN.S
A M'i.l ,'iALTY.
All work utiiiriinteerl hh! IfTuct. try. at cheaper rsle
intin uni '" oniuineti at any oilier piace in the city.
Mi: AT l AllKKT,
jjkw I:AuFKT
foil
STMAMMOATS.
ti.;iio tl.. nutTulo 11-nd.
No.-u.dheji
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Cairo, 111.
K0KHLKR HPtOS.,h.0)ii,.tors
A toll anil cuniplutit aittiply of th. vt or all
klmU merit atway.imtt.uii. OrJur, ni,.rt
hviu-.i vrultfhi. '
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Wt trA l.ei 1 K. K .
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Dttttf Kir, I Tnimt male Hint vjur Vej;etlii il'1
i'rvc to He tulle I u Mihmhle iilui.il jinriller. rem
vtiir h Invlsnratur of tlie wlinlu vneiii. My
ir utloif!(l fur a length uf tinm whli Sernliila Suni
nil lhiS. film look neverul liotlleii of Vl'L'etllle.
The remiltx were mirpriiliit': it cureil her. viliileiill
tint foriuer ri'nitdlen fulled In pnu fiitii'uetloii .
Ilenpifllull). T. K. THICK.
I litig Hie a1iifi lo Ii" (me.
IIKMiV ft 'KKTHKIMKR,
Ont 'i;.t anil AputJieeiii v, l:i'.i .Moiiiiioiilb it.
VLoKriNK. Fur ennlli ullny nli iinpni'liiea of tli"
lilooil I mm l !m h) "Iiiii. Ii Imi im eq .ml 1 1 ia nev
er lulled to efli-rl 11 enre. fvtij Inn,- and "Irerii'lli to
the ny'tciu Oeliililated dy dlt-ea-e.
vm(;etixe
I'uvilit'S ljn liloorl.
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M".. !t II, Mum:.-
I ar lr - I Im v I.erii n;iiv; Vi' jtini- f ,r fome
time a lib ti,', jri-ui. -t wili-liieilmi. mid run lii'.dih
ri'f'iiM'iiitiil it : n icat eleiilfi-r and ,'!ri;ro tin
'i!u"'l. ,1 I.. II AN VI i ll.lt.
J'n-torof I-.' ;K"in!i -iii.(ie M. -. . ( h i re!i.
.N i.iimii nnd nil d'Tun.'i rii.-ni of the iitrv
on. -v. tem. iifii-imih . oi,i,e, le,l ivlth ,li., ..,l
I'f.Illlltlnll of III" lllonil. Ili-lillilV . II Ifl.lll;, lit lie-
(oliipuhllll.-l.t. TlielirM to be .lore I to Im-
.rov'- tl.e e.-liditl,,.. of ti.e Inomi. Tnl. N u. , ,,,.
I'll - It- it l.y takliif i-.:i-lini'. It i a tiiTVe in.,i- i
rine. itinl hw-i pm-. u '.'ililiMHitr.' ir.. r uv r the
ri-r..ii -ti'tii.
VEG ETINE
Will Ciii'o Kliciuiiatisiii.
I im 1SSATI. April !i.
Mi:. II. i; Tr..-i.:
I),'..rsir.- I Iiim- iim-i!-. ie:r I'l'-.li.-ine. tlie Vee-tin.-,
fur Itlu'iiiiiiiiiMii with L't.-it me.'! . and l -li.-ie
it to he lh" ii.-t medii i;n- lor tit it t complaint
that then-In. I al.-o know it i a uood IiIimkI purl.
(Si r. ii"d ui the pie.ent lime unt ii-ln'.' It ni tiie liet
prilitr inedi. iue thai I knoiv of. I tuke trreut plen,
ure in t.-eoinuiciidiir the Vg -t im to tnv frifiidi..
II MINI).
, , Cliarlcn Street.
Tin.i vsn li: lu iir t. -liiriinn .and do it volun
tirlit . :1ml Veetine i tin- I"'-.! in"di(iil eouipuliud
ye I j,!n, .1 i,.,f.,p. i(,e pnl, lie for reinnatitiL' and pu
rilyi;ij rhe liln id. 'Tadii afiii:; all tinuior-.. tinnnri-
"r I'oi'onoiu "cretioiii. frotii the nvHi-tii de-
Hint ii.-'l 'n - ili'i-B-v: in lai t. il t. if tn uiv hine
ni)'' d H. "The i-r.-ai ll.-ulth li.-.'orer "
'i:getli-:
S)f pSl.'l.
A-'it I: i....ian. isr
II !; mi.v:,-
II, H.- s.';.. I Ijave!... u ' - -1 ! t l: . ''! in. for f - n-p--ia.
mil find more reii.-f li.,m it than all the' other
me.::' ini 1 ..er .;.'(!. There i- tminin like I: fur
1J-!" P:h. .Mils. K. Foft I.Ks
I am p." .:,a:!e i. 'io iii.ti-.l with Mrs. K,.!k'.
.i'j'1 .111 eerTif. thai Hie ahuve tnt'nieiit i trne.
ft'. C. I'Ai K. M. It..
Iiii"i-l. Amiiej. II!.
Tiio: si'i: k.. ' .'. tine sel;ii..M-ei.vd
and r -. .milie u led t.y plo-i.-ian" snil apoth"''::riei
to lie lie: he't Intrillei-and -leau-erol blood ; t di-coM-r.-.l.
and i!ioiiaiids .p.-Hk in il prai'-e who
l.ao.. V-eii r-.-l f I to liea.tii.
VKGETLVE
i'i:i-:r :;ku iiv
11. It. ST1. KN.-v, I.OSToN. MAS.
I'iri-t iiif i sold l'.y all liruooists.
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Wklls A' Kk.vTH,
t-.Kin: i.. lis.; ins
11., 1 HI I.i.rrp'i":1 '
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p,,;,' 1. ,, .i...i ' !' Toronto. ini. I
M1UM1 .MUt lit llA-'i. ,!.ie:.Mt..7d. !
OI' t.i.
1 :il..:il,. 1 Fire and Marine 1 Miivill' N.J.) 1
Jl lll lilt' , A--et., l.lcJ.''sr.i.l.
( H llllU' i'l lil 1 ! A-t i', V :',l S,
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i , t)f I'lin.'id'lpliiu: etiibli-hed in is.il.)
I 11 II 'II A--el-. S.Htt.pi-.'.'X..
Kil'I'llfUl'v,' idf Die. toll. O.t.
11 ' HIllU , A-r!- StlO.l-il.'.lf..
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i Of Treeport. 111..
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ft Uulemleiiml Hotnil
Dry Goods and Clothing',
HOOTS AS I) SHOES.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
GROCERIES.
C'ommorcUl Avrnuu,
Coratr KUhth aut i .
Cairo, III.
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April. ;!;!' ;; May. :J7 :.(:' :i7'j. "Wheat -Mar.
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TKLEfiKAIMIIf: XKWS.
TIIK ILLINOIS CAPITAL.
Si'ittM,HKi.i). III.. lVliruiity 27.--.M.r.
s-nvilcr, l'rickttt ami Sirter, uf tliu -uli t -.1111-niittw
of tin- lioiw ttitantr ciiiiiinittt'C. iij)
loititel to t f'tiiiliT that part of the jrov
ernov mcsaoi' rehitili',' to the t;tti'
liiittiiccx. ftill to-iitmrnw nirt th.it they
ti;nl tlmt the vtt.-t:nili!itr Ixjtnhnl imli-ltel-noi
is VliJ.'I'.'.Oii. of whirl, there is i:iav
iluc ami jiayulilo at the i'le;i-titv of the
t.tte. tjt.'MT.il-.'.dij. The reitiniii'h r, 101.
:iuO, will he pay.ilil..' :it the nptioti of the
i-i.ito after .1. Hillary I next. The r,rpltis for
'.'ni ral iHirini s in the tn-aitiry is tjf.l.s',1.
8.i:;.i;ii, ami of the cehoul fund, ::s:!,iti)Ms,
titakinor a total stirpltw of -;07:i.7.1..si.
The fun. I :ti i(tnrei )y the state for the
.stip)ort of i Diniiton seliools is 1. 1 01.107.
I'.l upon which the ftttte jiays an annual
inter-st of six jmm- cent umoimliu"; to
I'.'l.-l::. ot which r.'.".ts7.13 is appropviuteil
to i-tatc normal m I:'sis anT .Hj,'j:'7.:)1
j tril'Utcd pr rata to the several omittics for
I the support of the common schools.
The Illinois "etttral railroml fum.1 m vi ii
I per cent, uf it ym e:irnin:s paid into
I the state treasitrv for the year cudim- Oetu-
I I'cr 1. ls7s', :;-.'0.i:,,t 71. It is otiinated
j thiit thf revenue fioin this source for the
! current yc.tr will not he less that sj.7d0.0dii.
j Of the iiinimnt in the trea.-ury the mm-
j mittee think tlmt liid.d(iu can safely he
credited on the levy for the next two year,
and of the Mirplus school fund of tfs.':5.1d2.-
! is tiie enmmittee favors creditm..' !,'Jdd.ddd
I ... 1 .:n 1 1 .
"il 1 lie i- . , -1111 ien uij; an iiniin- I'ciuie
:,, lh(, tlv.;.ury t(, mt.,.t 'uny ,.mi,re,,,11(v an 1
i" i" p thc.-.t:it:-sch.i fund inter st.the
committee thiiikiny; that l.y so devt.tini; the
tr(.nMn.v t,,i,0f nearivone million dol-
1 , .i. t.lv.,.:,. f..r ..,..' lvirm s.. will
l.lls, ilte ot taxation tor state , pdnic-es ft 111
he materially reduced, perhaps to aLout
twtn'.y cents mi thclUO, and the Illinois
Central fund may !c reserved '.n pay the ex
isting state ileht. and also to the payment ot
current CNense.
TIIK sf.NATK.
Mr. Hunt, from the judiciary committee,
reported the following:
"The judiciary committee is of the opin
ion thai il." Ireij'islaturo c,,s the right in
proper cases to pass an act rcip'Jiing rail
road companies to run passenger t l it in-
over their roads."
This was in response to Mr. Taliafcrr 's
resolution.
The appropriation hill for the Chesier
pet'it'.utiary was fivoraMy rcjiorted on and
rocs to a second reading. '
A resolution v.us offered calling on the
conuu'.'itee on revenue to have money taxa
tion taken trout the hands of assessors and
referred to auditors.
Senator Mcrritt offered a resolution pro
viding that when the house and senate ad
journ, March '10, that it shall lie a sine die
adjournment.
Senator Hamilton offered a resolution
to give power to the committee on miscell
any to send for persons and papers relative
to thi! charge:, prcfered against Dr. Uauch,
uf the state board of health. The rules
went waived aitd the resolution adopted.
Hills on first reading were taken up nnd
a lively racket was hail over senate hill JI2C,
nn net in reference to stock yards to regu
late their charges for yardage, freight, grain,
liny witl other articles.
A contest at oneo nrose between the coru
niitteeH on corporations ami agriculture and
ilruinage ns to which Bhould muko the most
capital out of it. .
During the discussion representatives ot
tlto stock yartlH were on the floor of the
senate, and it was plaiu to be teen that
they preferred to huve their intenuU In the
hands of the committee on corporation.
However, the jtenatd didn't no refer, thfl
motion being lost by a vote of 59 to 23. '
Latest
The hill was then ordered to second
r 'ttdino, which was the result di'sired hy
those ,vln ,,m,.,.,l tl,. p (".,,.., t...!i,.r
i l" ' " " "
made to the corporative comniitteo.
s'w'1"
I he lollow 111;' new hill were introduced :
l!y .Mr. Walker To amend the law in
relation tu wills so that none shall he re
voked e xcept hy ti tiring or de,toyiiiy, t;tc.,
or hy inarriaf,'!!.
JJy .Mr. Ftiiiit. To amend the law rela
tive lo county and city dehts and to pro
vide for l!ie payment therent.
lly Senator Ilenrliorn -To make appro
priation for the state l.oar.l of tirieiilture
and other'hofails of like character.
Till', not sr.
The liousc sision this moniiiiM. was
mostly tiken tip in discussion mt house bill
No. 1 7!), 011 its second readino. The hill
mithori. 's the appointment of special coitt
iniioiH r or nuist'T'i in chancery in special
case?.. 1 he 1,111 wa. or 1, red to a third
feadinir.
A niiinher oi' new hills were introduced.
I'.y .Mr. Nicholas To donate to the
widow ot the late Jii'kp Sidney llteese the
halaiK e of salary fran the time of his
death to the end of hi- otlicinl term.
lly Mr. llarrintoti Making nppropria-
tiotis for the state hoard of agriculture and
the county hoards.
J!y Mr. Wilson (jiving t'ue ci'ininul
com t of" cool; county jurisdiction ia has
tardy cases.
liv .Mr. .Jackson Making it a i'elonv to
steal dead l.odn's either for dissection or to
receive rcwanU
Tin: iiouo then adjourn). I until 10
o'clock to-morrow motnint,'.
CUMTAl. Mll'hs.
The yovrnmr to day pardoned John A.
.Moody, convicted of larceny at the fall
term of the 'White county circuit court, tuul
sentenced to the penitentiary for eighteen
month.
This nun's sentence expires March U'J
text, out he is snlfered to jo home tl few
days sixiipt to luck after his r.ioi lifrle-ss
children.
WASHINGTON NOTES.
W vsHINoton, February 27 -.The confirm
ation of Postmaster Hay hy a vote of thirty-eight
lo nicneteen will serve to put ancs
toppel on theslanderous reports with refer- I
enc" to his political complexion so indiis-triott-iv
circulated hv Fillev ami hasfrieuds.
lutptiry among senators has developed the
fact that till manner of falsehoods nnd mis
representations have been resorted to in vr
ilcr to defeat Colonel Hays, but the result
show s that the minds of the New Kngland
senators were disabused of error on the sub
ject. 1 hey were ready to vote nghr in the
matter. It was charged that Hays was not
a good llepulilican, and that he had never
acted w ith tie- party, and some more of the
sani" sort, but. not withstati. ling all the dis
reputable devices re-orted to, tie- record
reads that Filley i-, rlaxed.
TUB A' TO T.
The house agreed to accept the ri.Hrt of
the conference committee on tho internal
revenue bill, and it now awaits the signature
of the president, when down goes the tux
on tolmeco.
A HODY HI.OW.
Conkling managed to get in a b.idy blow
on the Administration to-day by tie'.'eating
the nomination of K. P. Stratton for super
visor of steamboats for the Eastern district
of New York. This is another cast- that has
been kept in committee for a long time mid
abo.it which Conkling and Uurnside had an
altercation u few days sinr... ';'M. rejec
tion of tliis appointment shows that Conk
ling has not entirely lust iiisgiip on the
senate.
MtsiviT.i: sr.wAUO.
The majority report of Springer cotntuit
tee, recoiumruling that Minister S.-ward
be brought before the house for contempt,
w as adopted, and the c inttimacious minister
will be brought into camp forthwith.
V.F.AOY FOP. THIi S;vTK.
Th 1 sundry civil and the river and the
harbor bills will be repurted to the senate
to -morrow.
A I'ltETTY Mll.LElt.
SI1K PKKKS TO MICOVKK TF.N TIUU'SAM) POI,
l.AKS FOlt IN.! I'll IKS WHICH A NM-lillTY
MAS HAS INFl.IOTK!) OS HKR OF.NTI.K
HF.VV.T.
From the I'liielmtttl Kiirflllier.
Miss Mollie McCIain, of Frankliu Indi
ana. Imi iiistitiH -d a hrcaeh-of-proniise suit
against John V. Ungsdaie, of the same
place, laying' her damage at ten
thothand dollars. The plaintiff is n much
more tittraetive person tliau wm the. widow
Hradell of Dickens' illimitable story of and
the circuuistunces leading to Iter application
for "exemplary damages" are such as to ex
cite profound sympathy and unrivaled in
terest. In pesronal appearance she is quito
handsome and decidedly atylish. What
makes largely in her favor in the- pending
suit is that alto ia an orphan girl, who has
been struggling bravely for a living in the
vocation of a milliner iSho is about 23 years
of tige, and highly esteemed by all clusses.
Mr. John W. Hagsdale, the defendant, is
about lift years of age, liandnome, nmbitious,
and by all odds the most popular young
man in Johnson county. This fuct is attest
ed by his having been twice elected treas
urer of the county, and (dsobytho crowd
of friend who now rally around him iu hit
hour of troublo. ' - f, ,
li her wmplaint the fall pliifntlff fcllcRe
that Mr. Raipdule wu bM ilevotcd nd
favored suitor for a number of years; till
he offered maniam. m;,i .,, ,,,,!. J
joyfully accepted; that a nui.M tender Intel
course was kept up between the twodtiriil
a long period, and (hut it was thi. fomlel
hope of her heart that the day would aool
arrive when slu- and her true love should l
declared one and insoluble. Hut time worl
on; days leitolhelii i into ft -eks, weeks Intl
months and months into years, and vet thi
ilelemlatit failed to lullill his often-n pcaul
promise to marry the plaintiff. On thi
contrary, :he w as .startled n few month!
n'o by the announcement that Mr. Ike's!
.1 .1.. I... I I ! ..... .... " I
nine nu' i iiinrnen aii, upuciia lietitl
daughter of a wealthy and i.itbiential citil
::eii of this place, ami, and with his blustil
ing bride by his M,le had gone off on n:l
extendeil wedding tour.
This proved too much for human patience
especially fe.nale patience, and the ilc-tertcl
sought solace in a .suit for Irreuch of worn
i', laying damage at 1 0,(100. Such wn.I
the state ot aff;lirs that the sav dcceiveJ
tound lacmg him on his return, ami here
.,i;....i n :. . . . .,
.io,.. in .is iiiiu-sr e.:eiir 'lie trceel.tinil
coill'iet oi the poet ( oligicve:
Heaven iiath no rnu'" like love !o hiilicl turned
Norhell a I'iry like iiwotiniti M-orinil.
I tilortim.'iii !y for him. in his hours of!
dalliance he had exchaneil many tcnderl
missives wiih the trentle " Mollie. He hnrtl
indulged extensively in the fatal pastime ofl
letter-writing, and left with his discarded I
lover many indellible evidences of his nmt-l
rimonial intentions and declarations of nn-
dying devotion. These tell-tale epistle
will be produced at rlie trial. They nre 1
gotten up in a st vie that would do honor to
the -Complete I.etter-AYriter." abound in
hue totichi . ot sentiment and breathe the
very essence ol tiie tender passion. The
defendant managed to repossess himself of
several ot the mo-t interesting, hut enough
still remain in the plaintiffs hands to i'ttr
nih Mr. ltagsd ile ample exercise under
tile legal plea of "confession . and avoid
ance.' He bios fair to join Stanley Mat-'
thews us an awful warning to those who
exhibit an overweening fondues for the
facinating hut dangerous luxury of epis-'
loinry correspondence.
A curious feature, of the case will be an
interesting episode ot a 20 cold piece.
The plaintiff exhibits such a piece of metal
as a memento of her unhappy courtship,
and s.'iys it wa given to her by Mr. Rags
dale, to he presented to tiie preacher who
was to tie the nuptial knot. After lit
change of mind he visited Miss McCIain
for tiie purpose of demanding its return.'
This she refused resolutely to" do, and, in
the presence of witnesses, stated the cir-'
ci'.ni.stancts under which it was given her.
She declared her intention to surrender the
treasured gold piece only with her life, nnd
this terminated the dramatic meeting of
the estranged lovers.
Tim interest in tin: case is intense
throughout the country, and large crowds
will he present during the. process of the
trial. All the evidence will be printed from
short -hand rcport.jandwilldoubtlcsi be eag
erly read by the public. Hon. Thomas A.
Hendriok swill appear for the defense, and
many other lawyers of distinction and abili
ty w ill take put t in the case. The situation
is ,in exceedingly unpleasant one for the
defendant. He has but. recently married
into one of the wealthiest anil most in
fluential families in the country; is a young
man of ambitious aspirations anil quit'"
prominent in political affairs, and the pend
ing suit is well calculated to ctitise him
excessive annoyance and embarrassment.
Tin: OKA'i ii hate or our country is get
ting fearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened ev ery year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from the most insigiiigeiiut origin. At this
season of the year especially, a. cold is such
a common thing that in the hurry of every
day life wc arc apt to overlook the danger
attending it and often find too late, that a.
Fever and Lung trouble litis already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
every winter, while 'had Hoshec's Oerman
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large billot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and lungs.
loschcc"s (!erman Syrup has proven itself
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist iu the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
11.10,000 bottles sold" last year without it
single failure known,
Even a clear headed man w ill sometimes
get confused. Hut it is truly said ihat
when you see a man dodging a lightning
bug on a summer night, as though it were
the headlight of a locomotive, it is wife tn
say that he miglit to adorn himself with a
blue ribbon.
1 a nursery wherein all is life and
laugh instead of crying and fretting, there .
is sure to be found Dr. Hull's Ualvr Syrup. 1
Price 2a cents a bottle.
Don't Pf. Dkckivmi. -Many larsons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when',:
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not knqw,,'f,
that Coughs lead to Consumption Mao .
a remedy that ftill cure Coustimpj ; , ,
tion will certainly-nnd surely cure")." y,'
cough or any lung or throat trouble. ' VTfl.1,
know It will cure when all others fail arul
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no lien- " '
etit. Is Dot tins a tmr proH)sitiou. ; Price
lOcts. 50cts. and 1.00 per bottle, for
lantu Chest, Back or side, use Siilloh'a
Tonm Plaster. Price 23 cts. For tmle by
Barclay Brothers. "
AYmy will you suffer with the Dyspepsia.
and liver romtitaint. Constination. and ren
eral debility when you can get at our storea
Shiloh's Syteiu Vitutiier which wo wll on '.' ' ''
a positive guarantee to euro you. ' Prlc
lOcts, and 73 cts. For sale by" Barclay
firrithen. :, ' ' ' ' -'' ', ia... ..v i:
ftcftiuie. fMd by BareUy tn
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