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CAlfiO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 14,. 1882.
M lyor N. B. Thistlewood.
Treaaurer T J. Kerth.
Clerk Dcntiii. J, Veiny.
Counselor-- Win. B. Ollbert.
Marshal L. H. Moyers,
Attorney Willlim Uetdrtckl.
BOIHII Of ALDIHMBH .
First Ward Peter Snip. T. M. Klmbrongh.
Kenond Wrd Jesse lllnkle, C. N. HnRbes.
Third Ward-R.P, Blake, John Wood.
Kourta Werd-Cbarles 0. Patler, Adolph Swo-
b Klfih Wird-T. W. Hallldav, Ernest B. Petttt.
Circuit Judge 0. J. Baiter.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. lrvin.
County Judgo K. S Yociim.
County Clem H.J. Humm.
County Attorney J. M. lmJ,on
County Treasurur-Mllea W. Parker.
(Joroner-R. FlUKerald tr-iiM.. 1 k
CouatyCommtnilonurt-T. W. Dalllday, 4. A.
UiblM nd PeUf Saup.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
itrteM; preaching first and talrd Sunday. In
eMX muntli.il n. d 7:W . m. : P'W'
pUURCH OF TIIR JttSiKXl
U Fourteenth inet; Sunday tfOOa m.. Holy
Kucbutat; :'.) . m., Handay school 10:44 a.m..
Morning priyeri: 8:i p. m., evening .rayer. F.
P. Davouport, S. T. IL Hector.
IJMRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CnURCn.
V Preaching at 10:80 a. iu., 3 p. m.. and 7 .30 p. m.
'al.batb acaool at 7:30 p. m lie. T. J. Shore,
r t'THERAN-Thlrteenth tret rvlte Fab
j bath 1:80 a. m.; Sunday acbooUp. m. i ttef.
METHODI8T-Cor. El'htb and. Walnut .
Preaching Sabbath ll.OOa. m. JMJ
Snnday School at :ou p. m. Key. J. A. Scarrett,
1 1KESBVTERIAN Eighth treef. preaching on
P Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
mJllng WedneMlar at 7:) p.m.; Sunday School
at 8 P. m- Re H. V. QeoTM. paator.
oT JOSEPH'S-iRotnan Catholic) Corner Croi
S and Walnut streets; .ervlce. Sabbath J0:8Oa.
a. : Souday School at 8 p. ro. ; pr 3 p. m. ; eel
"cei every day at It a. m. Kef. Ollare, Priest.
nX, PATRICK'S Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O itreet and Washington evenne; eryle'J
oath 8 and 10 a. m.; Veepera 8 p. m.; I
t p. m. service every day at 8 a. m. Rev. MwWreoD
11. ft. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL HI B.
TRAINS PIPAJiT. , , , J!J'T?-
Mall tMall V4 i ! m
tA-.coin dation.ll:IOa.iu 'ExoreM ll.W a.m
tEipruaa : P m I Accomdatlou..4.05 p.m
MISS CENTRAL B. K.
tHall 4:5.'a.mtMall ..
tKxpreaa...... 10:18a in tKxpre 11.30 a m
C. AST. R. R. (Narrow Oang )
ExprfM" io:i a.m I 'KxprnM.. P-m
Acconi'dtttton. I :!i p.m Accom'datoln 1S:31 p.m
ST. L.. I.M S. K. K.
tExprew UflOp.m I tKipro-...... :M P
tAccom aauon. :p m I tAecom'dalion U.a.m
WABASU. ST. LOUIS PACIFIC ICT CO.
Mull .... S:(MvmMail Ex.... : p m
Daily except Sunday, t Ua'ly.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest, aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino Running
Making Direct Connection
ArrlvlBgln St. Loul : a.m.: Chicago, H:30 p.m.;
Conm-cting at Odin and IttBnghain for Clncln
natU Loulavlllo. ludtanapoln and poluli Kaat.
11:10 .m. Bt. Ioul arxtl Western
Arrlvlngln St. Loula7:05p. m., and connecting
forall poinu Weet.
4:SO $.m. Fust Kxproti.
(or St. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. Louli
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:20 a.m.
4:'20 p ni. Clnoinnfttl KxprfBd.
Arrlvlne at Cincinnati 7:00 .m.; Louiarllle 7:90
a m.j Indlanajmlla 4:00 a.m. Paaaengfro br
thia train reach the above point 1 a to JO
UUUUS In advance of any other route.
fjfrThMian p. m. epr
ki.KltriNUCAlt Cum In Clnrlunall. wlthO'lt
change, and through aleepertto St. Louli and
Fast Timo East.
P,lQQP11rpTN b tbl line go tl rough to Kant
1 USHLllCia era polnta without any delay
rauaed by Snudav Intervnnlng. The Saturday after
noun train from Cairo arrive In now York Monday
nornltig at 10:85. Thlrty-alx hour in advauceof
nr othnr rout.
Kor through ticket and furthnr Information,
apply at Illlnnla Central Ralixoad Depot, Cairo.
JAB. JOHNSON, J, 11. JONES,
Gen , Southorn Agent. Tlckut Agent.
A.n. U AN SON, Oon. Paan.Agont. Chicago
Q.EOR0E n. LEACII, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Hpoclal attention paid to th Homeopathic trat
mont of aurglcal dlteaae, and dleac of woinuu
otUoo: On Win itroet, oppoilto the Pott Office,
T UlnlM Itamiptloii ami Prim
)4W wImim riuM,
HMM, limn rmn.
Trw, lkrakHllM BMt.
will iuim ram pi uw
mm. laiity eiiwiwi
W. null I MM ll4M frr .
Aodna ' ' ' font,WkwlM4IWlli .
waki HxnrlK, tenUTtu. xy.
Q4 W. WIIEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindliiifr
conetantly on hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load. '
-Tne "trtmmlngiare canebavlngaiid make
the beit inrnmer wood for cooking purpoe aa well
th cbeapeat erer told In Cairo. For black
mith a nae loaettlng tire, they are nniqoalled
lbt yoor oraer at tua ientn atreei wooa rara
O w B
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE fe STATES.
On and after Monday, Jone "th, and until turtber
notice thefenyboatwllltnake trip a follow:
Man Liana liitis
Foot Fourth L M'.eionrl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
10:00 a. m.
9:00 p. m.
4 ffi p. m.
8:30 a. m.
10:80 a. m.
9 a. m.
11 a. m.
A Sew and complete TIMel. fronting on Levee
Socond and Railroad Street,
' Cairo, Illinois.
Tb Penger D"pot of the Chlraco, St. Lonl
an' eworlenn: Illinois Central; watiain. wt.
Lonta and Pacific: Iron Mountain and Snthorn.
Mobile and Ohio: Cain ana St. I.nni Hallway
are all Jnat acror the Rtrcot; while the Steamboat
canning la int one inare diatant.
Thin HotHl U h-Mi1 hv ainitn. h .tcurn
Lanndry, llvdrmilie Klcvator, JKIectric Call Bull.
Automatic Kire-Alnrmn. Bath, absolutely pure air,
penoci eweragn ana tnmixeiu appotntinont.
Superb furnishings; perfect service ; audannn
oxci lled table.
Tj. 3?. PAUKKU it, CO.pn
ALEXANDER COUNTY '
Commercial Avcnuo and Eighth Street,
F. BR08S, Prldont. I P. NFFF, VlcePron'nt
II, WKLliS, Cafhivr, J T. J.Kerth, Ain't cah
F. Bros Cn'ro I William K'hm, .Cairo
Peter Nnff ". I Wlllinm Wolf....
C. M Oiterloh " , 0. 0. Patior. ...... "
E.A.Buder " II. Well.; "
J. Y. Clemrou, Caledouia.
A OBSERAt BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchango sold and bought. Interest puld In
tho Saving Department. Collectioni made and
all bualueia promptly attended to.
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stick
, IN TIIK CITY. ,
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEtt' OO
fjor.Nlnoteonthitreetl Prtll'A Til
Natural Fruit Flavor;
' lreparcd from the choicest
Fruits, without coloring, 2olaon
ous oils, iclilst or artificial
l&ences. Always vniforjn in
fttmiQth, without ftni atiiltrra
tioiis or inimriths. Have gained
their reputation from their per
fect puritif, superior strength
and guatittf. Admitted by all
'vho have used them as the most
delicate, grateful and natural
fla vor for cakes, puddings,
STEELS & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and fit. Louis, Mo.,
Mali era of Lmpnlln Yeast Gems,
Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder,
and Dr. Price's Uniqno Perfumes.
We make no second grade goods.
HILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND EAT
Egyptian Ploiiring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
rPAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To R. B. McRovnoId. or any other person o-
parfoii Interested: You are hereby notified th.i4
st a sale of roil estate, in the county of Alexau-
dcrnt.il staie of Iiliuoli, beld by the county col
lector of iid coiiuiy, at the louthweHterlv door of
the court hotue lu the city of Cairo, In mid county
and itac, on the 31et day of July, A ll. 1SH0,
O. L, Kmcrson purrhaaed the following described
real estate sltuaicd In the firit addition to .the
city of Cairo, county of A'.eiandcr and tut of
Illinois, for the tnx-s due aud nnoaid thereon for
the yean A. 1) 1875. IsTO, ltrt7, 18 8 and 1879, to
gether with penalties and Co-ts; mid real esia e
bulne tiled tn the name of sild R. 11. McKevnoldi,
te-wlt: Th nndivided one half of loU numbered
Ave (3.1 six (H.) seven (7) and eight (8.) in block
numbered twenty two. C") in said first addition,
as known in designated on the recorded innp or
plat thereof; that said ( L. tmen-on, on tnezun
dny oi Auju.l. . u. irai, uuiy astignei nis cern
flcat of uurchme of said premises to the under
signed and that the time allowed by law for the
redemption of inid real "ft ite will expire ou the
Jlstday or ,uiv, a. u. wi.
JIKNHY W ELLS, As igne o of rurchaeer.
Culro, Ul., March 11, A. I). 1881.
IJJAX rtTRCHASER'i NOTICE.
To Mr. Martha Martin, or any other person or
person Interehted : )ou are hereby cotilled that
at a sale of real estate, in the county of Alexauder
and state of Illinois, beld hr iho couuty collector of
said county, at the s ouibweoterly door orttie court
house In the city of Cairo, In said county aud
state, on tho 25ih dny of J Hue, A. D 18). O. L,
Kmersonnurchastid the following described real es
tate situated in the city of Cairo, Iu the county of
Alexander and statft or Illinois, ror tno taxes due
nnd unpaid thereon for theyeari A. '. 1875, 1878,
1877, 1878 and 1879. loiether with penalties aud
cost: said real estate being taxed In the name of
Mm Martha Martin, to-wit: Lot numbered fifteen
(151, in block numbered forty-four, s known aud
denlgiinod on the recorded map or plat l said
cltv; that said O. L. Emerson on the 8nth day of
August, 1881, assigned hi certificate of purchase to
aid pTemi.es to the nnderalgued, and that tho
time allowed by law for the redemption of said real
ett will explro on the tli day of June, A. 1).
mt. HtfNRY WBL8S
Assignee of purchaser.
Cairo, III., March 14, A. D. 1682.
JAI PURCHASKR'S NOTICE.
To Taylor A Parsons, M. M. Oootlncr and Thom
as Marion Or any other person or persons Inter
ested: You are hereby untitled that at a sale of
rval estate in the county of Alexander aud state of
Illinois, hold by the county collector ef said coun
ty, at the sonth westerly door of thi conrt bouse, in
theclty of I'alro, In said countv and slate, on the
6th day of Ausnst, A, 1). 188". (4. I.. Emerson
purchased the followlnu described real estate e tu
rned In the First addition to the city of Cairo, in
laid county and state as known and dislguated on
the recorded map or plat of mid audition, for tlio
tare due and unpaid thorenn for the year A. D.
187, and prior years, together with penalties and
costs ; ntlil real estate being taxed aud sold In the
names a below tetfortb, to-wit:
gin whose name taxed. Lot. Block.
Taylor & Psrsona.
L Si. M. Oooduer.
1 to 4 inclusive.
IS to 4 1 inclusive
That said O l. Emerson on the 80th dav of Au
gust, A, 1), lHfll, duly asalgnod his certificate of
Surchaae received from said collector, ti tho un
aligned, and tbut the time allowed hv law for the
redemption of laid real estntfl will expire on tho
(Jlhday of Angunt. A D. 18WI.
HKNHY WELLS. Asulgnca of purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., March 14, Wl.
ORDINANCE NO. 61.
An Ordinance granting permission to erect an ad
ditional liory roor nu n wnn ou ones nnnuing
Ituated ou lot one aud two block thirteen, olty
lie It otd'alned by the City Council of the city of
Cain.' j ii ' '
Section f. In purrtisnee of the petition of F.
Vincent, permission Is herehy granted and It shall
e lawful for him to erect an additional story on
building iltnated on lots 1 snd S In block Vi umber
tnlrtoen, IS tne our oi vnirw. luuwuu or wni'n
win L...H.tM,.hiHln thu'lsmn m.nn., tha
Hu.M, k.li miuf DMrlkit n. I H inlm K.l,.b
jrpi.uii,. u.iiuiiih ...... im.w u,
wallnottooelesth n4tucboin thickness, the
niue lo do won v.iv w bun .iuiv wum i
forth In atd petltlon-anythlog In section 81. of
chapter six of the revlaod ordinance of the city
contained to th contrary notwithstanding. ,
1 .--j II . . A Ik lUrio '
PF n. n.TiilNTi.KM'nrm. v..
AOcst: D, J. roMt. Clty Cloik,.
Tito rivor raised hero 3 inches iu lnt
21 lioura with 4? feet 10 inches on tho
gungo. It will no doiiht bo on a stand by
tomorrow and falling Thursday. At
Chattanooga it fell t foot 10 inches. . Cin
cinnati 1 foot 7 inch fall. At Louisville it
fell 2 feet 4 inches. Naalivillo 1 inch full.
At Pittsburg it fell 1 foot 2 inchem At St.
Louis it fell 3 inches, and all tho upper
Mississippi Is falling, with good prospects
for a continuance.
Tho Chas. P, Chouteau passed up to 8t.
Louis from New Orleans with tho J. B. M.
Kehler in tow. Capt. W. II. Tliorwcgan
ha purchased the Kehler and will rebuild
her. Shu will bo known no more as a
Tho City of Itolena will go up to-nior-row
morning from Memphis to St. Louis.
Also tho City of Vicksburg.
The Alf Stevens passed up"to St. Louis
from Dyersburg without landing.
The Baton Itoujje arrived from New Or
leans Sunday at 12:15 being 2 days IS
hours and 47 minutes from New Orleans,
including all stops 3 days and 15 hours
actual running timo. This beats all re
cords since the famous raco between the
Rob't E. Leejand Natchez in 1807, and
beats tho Springer's timo from port to port,
4 hours and 13 minutes.
The John A. 8cudder came out from St.
Louis with a light trip and added 200
tons hero and left for New Orleans drawing
Tho Silver Cloud camo down from Evans
ville Sunday with the mail and light trip
The John B. M&ud came up from Mem
phis with a light trip for St. Louis. She
added between 40 and 50 tons here. The
Maud comes out from St. Louis again
Tho Commonwealth was duo up from
Vicksburg last night, but had not arrived
up to late. She has 1,100 bales ot cotton
for the Wabash.
The City , of Greenville passed south
Sunday afternoon from St. Louis to Vicks
burg with a light trip. Jos Osborn is otf
and Mr. Thos White is 1st clerk instead,
Tho tug A. B. Safford left yesterday
morning with three representatives of the
Globe-Democrat. They go south to send
to their paper the exact facts concerning
the condition of affairs in tho flooded dis
tricts, and will go through to New Orleans
Tho Guiding Star passed down to New
Orleans Sunday night with a good tfip
from Cincinnati. She added very little
Tho Alice Brown came out from St.
Louis with some empty barges and loft for
Louisville with two empties.
A Good Nurse
should not hesitate to wttit upon those
whom even such a disease as small pox has
attacked. There is little to be feared by
persons waiting on the sick if they will
use Darbys Prophylactic Fluid freely in
the water they bathe with and also tako it
internally. In sick rooms it should be ex
posed on a plato or saucer, and the patient
sponged otf with the Fluid diluted with
water, and also a few drops used intern
ally. It should also bo used about every
part of the house. '
WHEAT IN ILLINOIS.
Sprinokikld, 111., March 7. The follow
ing data concerning f tho condition of tho
growing crop of winter wheat and winter
rye, the production, consumption nnd ex
portation of this leading staple, will appear
in the reports soon to bo issued by the Illi
nois department of ngriculturo.
The winter wheat area in this division of
the state is 15 per cent., or 12,312 acres less
than last year, and the condition at timo
of reporting was 4 per cent, above an aver-
The largest increase in area reported over
that of the previous year in this division is
in Winnebago county, one of tho extreme
northern counties of tho state.
In tho central counties of the ttato tho
condition of wheat is 3 per cent, above an
average, and the acreage is 13 per cent., or
149,508 acres less than that seeded in 1880.
Nearly ono-half tho entire wheat area of
the stato is located in this division.
The condition of wheat in the central
counties is up to an average or better in all
except the following, in which tho condi
tion is as reported : Brown county, SO per
cent, of an average; Greene county, 82;
Jeisey, 70; Macoupin, 71; McDonough, 75;
Montgomery, 78, nnd Morgan, 07 per cent.
of au average crop.
' , SOUTHERN DIVISION.
Tho condition of wheat in Southern Illi
nois at time of reporting lias seldom been
The prospects are encouraging for an
average, or better, ylold per acre in all ex
cept tho following southorn counties, in
which the condition is as stated: , Fayatto
09 per cent, aud Madison 04 pur cent, on an
average.; '"V';'' v, '
In this division tho winter-wheat area is
but 7 per cent, less than that Bccdcd in
Tho condition of winter wheat in the
several counties in the stato December 20
was mjre promising than at corresponding
dates in 1880, 1870 and 1873 in each of the
three divisions of the state.
The weather is clear and cool. No rain
since Sunday, but the temperature is still
away above tho freezing point.
The rivers ore at a stand again, some
four feet above the mouths ot the sewers,
and may rise a few inches, but the pros
pects now aro that next weak we wilt be
able to nla our accumulated rainwater
from the city into its proper place in the
channel of tho Ohio.
Business is looking up. tho grain
market presents a muclf better aspect than
for months past and the feeling is general
that the worst of a bad season has gone
FLOUR the market is not active nor
lively, but there is a fair call for round lots
and a steady order demand. Stocks of all
kinds aro large.
HAY Tho market is firm and prices
aro a shado higher on strictly choice. Re
ceipts are generally light and tho demand
CORN Receipts of all kinds are light
and the demand active at quotations.
OATS We note a stronger feeling with
good demand and fair supply.
MEAL Steady and rather quiet with
BRAN None in market.
BUTTER Tho mirket is bare of choice
and fancy prices are asked and obtained.
EGGS The market is overstocked and
POULTRY Both live and dressed
chickens are in active demand and Bcarcc.
APPLES None in market on consign
ment. POTATOES-Cboice seed and table
Peach blows find a ready market.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTK. Th prices Here given are Tor sales rrora
first hands In round lots. An advance Is
charged for broken Intsinfltllngorder.
Vo Various grades, on order
100 Mil. Choice
SHU hhl. choice :
100 bbls XX
1 cars choice timothy
1 cars damped " .
lcurs choice red top m
2 cars cholo mixed
il cats clltedne ti'iiothy...
1 car choice prairleMMM.
lcar damaged "
10 car mixed. In hulk on track
Scam choice white in hulk ,
i car rejocted white tn hulk.....
5 car mixed In eack del
, soas so
i cars In balk on track
4 car mixed lu bulk
Scars mixed lu sacks del
No. 8 Red, nerbu 1 38
No. il Mcdlloraiiuan l go
8M bbls City 4 0034 10
100 bbls Country a 00
Round lots 1KXSIK
CUT AND GROUND FHED.
Oats and hay mlxod, par cwt , I 8"
" " corn " " 1 70
Corn for fowls " 1 v
600 pounds strictly cholco Northern roll, 83
8iki pounds Southern Illinois roll........ 88si)
io pound, good northern roll :ii
&00 pounds choice dairy ai
400 dozen m m,., 12W
600 doxou ui
TURKBYS AND GKB9K.
live choice 9 no
goeio m 00
6 coops old hens ,.l 28 M
Scoop mixed a 7s
S coop choice lieu . 8 60
f0 bl! cholc s orjjji 15
100 sacks 1 gj
tno sacks Michigan peach blow 1 JflAI AS
lOJlhhls. " I'nacbblow 50
100 bbls Early Rote sued t 753 81
60 hhl. common :.- 4 so
60 bbls. fancy Michigan 8 no
bO bbls choice 5 50
Per ttarrnl ,7 60&I 00
Tn1iwaiihd ,. , - , M$.17
Unwashed ttiiMta (
Tierce , ., ,... , )tt
Half (IO ... ,.... ....mm, MM. ., 1
. bacon. ,..;
Plain bmi. ..,.., .',,,..,..,..,........... none
M. O. Usui . a himsWi 4 m 14
til ear sid..,M. mm, ....18J4
Shouldvra. ....... mH - Ill
St. Johns..,,,,.,.,. in
Ohio River '. i
i'i bushel burlaps....... git
bushel ,', ji . ,
TROPICAL rilUIT. '
Oranges, cholco per box H..4 no-14 M
Lemons cholco per box J 74 50
. DRIED FRUIT.
Peaches, halve am) ijuartor 4'5S14
Cholco, Factory M jn
Dry Kllut choice
Sheet) Pelts, dry
Sheep Ptlts, groon .
Common Lugs... ...
H 781tS 0
3 urna 4 m
4 75(0 ft 1
b Sm 8 r
t 8(k 8
I VU 1 .1 ill ...,..,
KATKS OK FREIOriT.
Ray Flour Porlt
Vcwt. Vhbl. Vhhi.
15 20 20
30 4 5
SM1-, 85 M4
v nr.HRn., 15
Tub first American inacriotion nnnn the,
obelisk, now standing in Central Park,
New York, will be: "Use Dr. Bull's
unigti Byrup. Fnce. 25 cents."
Tho wife of an Ambassador
recently put the following question to the
dnughtcr of ono ot our merchant princes '
at a presidential levee ''My dear, I was
told before I visited, that your country
women were not remarkable for fine teeth.
I find it piiito the Contrary. Take youT
own for instance. Pray what dentriBco do'
you use." "I have used Sozodont for ,
years and prefer it to any other," was the'
response. Reader, follow her example I "'
Grkkesburg, Pa., Jan. 20th, 1880.
Jamks I. Fellows.
Dear Sir: Allow me to inform you
that I have used Fellows' Syrup of Hypo
phosphites during tho last four or five'
years in cases of consumption, and other
lung and throat diseases, with the most
D. A.Arter, M. D.
"Ma-Luff 1 Coat Made to lit'
Mr. Poole, :v famous London draper ,
nna tailor, was navr.ig a vacation at
Brighton, where one morning on tho
jdor ho met n nobleman who was one of
nis customer. "Good morning, Mr.
Poole,1' said tho peer. "Good morning,
my lord," replied tho tailor, who then
passed on. "Slay, Mr. Pool; I wanted
to show you thi.i coat," replied tho artis
tocrat. "It doesn't lit mo nt all." Mr.
Poolo wns a gentleman of ready wit.
IIo stopped, looked carefully at the
coat, then, drawing a piece of chalk
from his pocket, said: "Your lordship is
right; tho coat wants to bo taken in hen?,
nnd let out here, ami shortened hero, anil
just a bit lengthened here;" and rtt each
"here" he niado a heavy chalk-mark.
"Now, my lord,11 ho continued, as ho
saw a curious crowd had gathered
around, "if you will just tako that coat
up to London, marked ns it is, my
manager will seo that it is altered to
j our satisfaction." His lordship did not
ngain commit tho impcrtineuce of talk
ing shop to Mr. Poole.
Nature U active in adorning her do-'
minions; and man, to whom this beau
ty is itdilrossed, should feel and obey '
tho lesson. Let him, too, bo industri
ous in adorning his domain in making
Ms home, tho dwelling of ids wifo and '
children, not only convenient and com
fortable, but pleasant. Let him, as far
hs circumstances will permit, bo indtis- j
trious in surrounding it with pleasant !
objects; in decorating it, within ami . f
without, with things that tend to mako '
it agreeable nnd attractive. Let in
dustry make home the abode of neatness
and order a jdaco which brings satis- ;
faction to every inmate, and which in ;
absence draws back the heart by tho , .
fond associations of content. Let this
be done, nnd this sacred spot will be- ' '
como more surely tho scene of cheerful- -licss
and peace. Yo parents, who would
have j our children happy, bo industrl- ;
ous to bring them up in tho midst of a
pleasant, a choerful, nnd a happy home. J
Wftsto not your time in .accumulating ''
wealth for them, but plant in their
minds and souls, in tho way proposed. 5
tho seeds of virtue and prosperity. - .
John C. Knox, onco ft member of the
supremo court of Pennsylvania, is nowp
an inmato of tho stato insano asylum, nt
Norristown. Tho poor guardians ol'j!
Philadelphia Instructed their solicitor to i
resist his board bills at the anyltim, on
tho pica of non-rcsidenco, In 1851 hV
was elected Judgo for tho counties ot:
Venango, Clarion, Jefl'erson nnd Forest. I
In lSti; ho was appointed to tho supremo''
bench to tho vacancy caused by thors
death of Pennsylvania's most eminent M
jurist, Hon. John Bannister Gibson. Uof
resigned this position to become attorney;
goneral under Gov Pollock.' " ' ' i
J)U. W. C. JOCTLYN, '
OFPICKRlfhth Street, near Oomo arelal Avon
rK. JC. W. WHITLOCK,
Duntal Surgeon. ,,
Omca-No. 18 Commarctal Avauw, MtNl
Kghth aud Ninth StMu 1 ,
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