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BY JOHN H. OBERLY
TilK Ohio Legislature bag just pass
cd alaw providing that habitual drunk
nruq Khali have guardians appointed
to tako chargo of their property, and
thus prevent them from wauling it.
TilK reason why Oen. Oratit turned
tnjtinit .Senator Fenton' appears to have
Wen thnt ho heard thttttho iltHtingui-h-
vd senator had ritiokcn of Jiim as a
woodcn-hcad not a blockhead but a
- wooden -head.
"The Indianapolis Journal is- very'
anxiouft to male it appear that there is
a want of harmony among the Duino-
Crutio locinbord oftbo Indiana Jjegw
lature. lb compluiut.4 about tliu matter.
arc the best evidences that could be ad
duced to prove to the contrary. Th
wish h the father of the thought.
The Kunajt legislature, imitating
that of-MLiwuri, hat given a number of
clcrknhii. to females.
It in Homowkat surprising that tl
lit. . .
worji uas neon nx tnoitsami years in
finding out thatjwomen have the capac
uy to perform duties that hare, time
and again, been satisfactorily discharj
by the veriest masculine noodles.
auuicui.tl'UAL writers are agilating
.1.. ..Ll... -PI t. . ml
nuujcci oi nomcauoriiincni. j nero
in no dwelling too humble to rendu
bright and ciiostritil at nil times. Pil
a corner here and n incite there with
object upon which the eye rests with
- i in .i i .
picimrc. nacu a uowcr nero ami an
ivy or a cypress vine there it is a sitn
plo and cheap process The busiest o
uji can spare au hour or two for the
A DKLrUTlo of Alabama claimant
repreontiong about four million of
dollars of claims, have been before the
house committee on foreign affairs to
ask that thu government might numo
and pay tlie.e claims, and pcttlc with
England afterward fur tho amount,
These claims cover principally deprvda
tions committed by "the 'confederate
cruisers on the whaling vcsseli that
fitted out at New Bedford. The com
mittee asked tin delegation to Mibmit
their views in the chape of a bill, which
would be considered.
Sknatou Trumbull is working just
DOW for "buncombe." He is urging
the passage of a bill prohibiting Con
gretsmen from using their influence to
control executive appointments, lie
denia that tho present administration
has presented the first necessity for such
a law, or that it is necessary to protect
tho weak-minded and vacillating Pres
ident from the control of tho last man
that sees him or "any other man."
Such an idea never struck him. Of
course not ! He simply debircs that
appointments hereafter shall bo deter
mined by party fidelity und per.-onnl
merit, the people to bo affected and the
President to be the judge ! This is nl
very fine ; but who suppoi-cs that the
law will be either observed or enforced,
should X'ougrcss enact it ? If anybody
does ho is certainly an iuuocent soul
who knows but littlo of the character of
Tho annexation of Ran Domingo is a
pet scheme of the President, mid "to its
success he is bending all his energies.
When tho Senate passed Senator
Morton's .resolution, raising n commits
siort to visit tho island, tho fact was
prdolained as a great victory for tho
administration. Wo could not very
clearly seo it in that light. Tho passage
of the resolution may have been a
source of gratification to the President,
inasmuch as it was a defeat of Suiuuer ;
but it certainly furnished no guaranty
that life, ache uio itself would bo oqunUy
successful.- The resolution simply con
tomplatcd tho sending of a commission
to DoajpJca to inquire into, aud report
upou, the' resources aud condition of the
island, and uo dgubt it commanded the
support of jieriators who Intend to vote
against the treaty of annexation. We
did not regard tlio'vote upou 'the reso
lution intho light, of a test voto, und
subsequent developments have sustained
When tho resolution was brought up
in tho Home, on Tuesday luit, Mr-
Farn.HWorth and other promiucnt Had!
cal members determinedly opposed its
pa.wii'u, and fur n time the complexion
of affairs indicated that it would meet
nn overwhelming defeat. Mr. Amble
finally offered an amendment, to the ef
fect that nothing contained in the ruso
lution should be so construed nn to
commit tho government in favor of nn
notation. To this amendment, (which
was adopted) to tiio nppoal of Mr. Ortli
that tho adoption of the resolution wan
an nctjof courtesy duu to the President
ifl, in a great measure duo, the vote that
followed, viz; For tho resolution as
amended, I2'.l ; nuaiiist it S'.l. The
h'cnato'a concurrence is regarded u eer-
taintv. The nuccess of the Han Domin
go cchcmu and the consequent triumph
oftbo President, feein, therefore, to be
tiite as remote a.s ever.
THE CAIRO PAPER."
A New Ale wapaper Kntcrprlae
The publication of a Democratic
daily and a Republican tri-wccklyncws
paper (with corresponding weeklies)
although creditable to the energy of
their proprietors und to tho liberality of
our citizens, by no means closes up all
the avenues to newspaer outurprii-c.
The undersigned, concurring in the
belief expressed by many of our most
intelligent and substantial citizens, that
a weekly newspaper of creditable t-izo
and mechanical make-up, exclusively
devoted to local matters, to our varied
and growing railroad, manufacturing,
commercial, municipal and other inter
est, would prove a potent agency for
the encouragement aud growth of tho-c
interest-) has in contemplation the im
mediate establishment of Mich a journal,
under tho name of
Tin: c.uno I'Ai'Kii.
Tho chief ends which Tin: P.U'Eli
will seek to subserve will be to place
before the public :
1. A complete "omnium itttlirritm" of
-. Full, mid ait nearly n may be
rrbnilm, reports of the proceedings of
tho City Council.
II. A carefully prepared and explicit
report of tho proceedings of the Coun
ty, Circuit and police Courts.
I. A candid discus-ion of all que-
tions of general concern to citizens and
tax-payers, that may urieo in the admin-
'tratiou of the municipal government.
An earnest and persistent advoca
cy of all enterprises looking to tho ad
vancement and material development of
the town aud country such as rail
roads, t-tcamboat Hues, wagon roads,
bridges, ferries, manufacturing projects,
0. A record of all notable marine,
mercantile and commercial transactions,
of tho city and neighborhood.
A mouthly exhibit of cotton, to
baeco and Hour sales and fliipiuuiiu;
tcamboat arrivals, etc.
8. A tnultum In purvo presentation
of home news furnished by neighbor
.NMiii-moutlily notices ot all ad-
ertising patrons j
10. Ami sueli other local matter as
ill render Tin: Pave it a complete re-
ex of tho busincxs, tho wants, necessi
ties, ud vantages, progress, improvements,
aims, incidents, ucciucnts ami expecta
tions of the times, the people and tho
To the achievement of the ends
ibovc set forth we propose to devote our
entire attention, bestowing upon each
number of Tin: Pavek u full weok's
abor a labor which, nided by a news
taper experienco running through
nearly a quarter of a century, and
timulatcd alike by a desiro
to buccced mid to contribute to tho
prosperity of the country in which wo
ive we bono to render both accept-
ble to tho public and remunerative to
Tin: Papkii, through tho assistance
active and intelligent agents (already
work) will at once circulato largely
Southern Illinois. Western Kentucky
and Southeast Missouri, and address
that class of people who look to Cairo
ns their sourco of supply. Kutorprising
business men of Cairo, will, therefore,
appreciate its value as an advertising
medium, aud govern themselves accorJ
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clo in tho way of thoso who may desiro
to advertiso in The Paveh, wo havo
adopted the following :
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Publisher aud Proprietor.
Cairo, 111., Jan. 13, IS" 1. It
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about the 12th of February.
MRS. LOOAS IS S PHI SO Ft EL V.
The Chicago Tlnv special corrcs
oudcut at SpringGcld, makes the All
owing refcroucc to Mm. John A. Lo
gan's participation in tho pending .Sen
atorial contest :
It is very doubtful if all tho prossuro
that Loiun has brought to bear lias
chnnged mnny votes. It has strengthened
somo weak friends, and cnablod sotno
doubtln; Thomases to reach nt lust a tem
porary decision. But more converts,
anionu; now und luscoptlblo statesmen,
havo been made by 31 n. Jjoeanthanbyall
her husband's army of bummer. Tho
rlncrlntr hither of hit wife, a cliarmlni
n d Ititvlliiroiit talker, touothcr with a
young Udy rclatlva with somo musical tal
ents, wus a shrewd "dodgo" on liOgan's
part; but auangcrous one. 'incro it totno
thing in this omjloytnnt of fatnato fascl
nHtiont to utuln a iollttcl object which
jrt unpleasantly uou tho American Idea
or too umcsi oi imngs. 11 is suggcsiivu
of tho customs of royal courts, when fair
ladles rmod tlio statu by ruling too minis
ters. J. ho allusion, of course, Is not meant
in any fopprobrious sense, for Mrs. Lo
gan ! a lady, and one, it is said, of more
timn avemgo inteiicctuM gins, nut in
political atlalrs It is only intellectual ladles
it term winch cannot posiibiy bo tinucr
stood to Includo "Jtron'.mlndod women'
tint are dunucrout. If tho people of II-
llnols were asked to confer tho power, of
on Mrs. Logan, they would nrob
hmpoiiiiuil: ii uiiuvu oiiuv. avunior
ably decline, on tho ground that
it would bu to establish it daiiireroui
precedent. It is only another method of
reaching incrciuii, wncn mo appointment
is niN'jQ inuircctiy dv jus. j.ognn, tnrougn
her influence upon mombcrs of tho legis
lature. There are not a few llcpubllcan
members of tho Icgislaturo who are not
well pleated with this now and most unu
sual influenco brought to bear upon the
selection of a high public functionary.
THE HEDGE KING,
A Ntarjr for Littlo Kolki.
TunUl.l irom tho tirrnun of the Cmnto-i
In olden times every sound had a mean
ing. Tho hammer ot tho smith cried us
ho struck tho anvil, "Beat it well I beat
It well I" Thu carpontor's plane screamed
us ho work, -3bavo it sheer I" And whou
tho wheel of the mill began to clutter, ho
called, "ilolpiny friend I help my friend."
If tho miller wus u cheat, it would usk
slowly, "Who Is there? who Is there?'' and
then answer fust, "Tho miller I tho mil
ler I" Presently ho would cry loud and
fust, "lie steals well! ho stculs well! threo
pecks from thubuiliull '
In those times tho birds hud n languugo
which all understood, though somo chirped
it, some screamed or whistled it, and with
others It w.umuiiu without wordi. Now.
they had began to think that they hud
been too long without u chief, and they re
solved to to choose a king from among
themselves. The lapwing only was ugainst
it, "lio n au uvea tree," no sum, "ana
would die free." Ho tlow hlthor and thith
er, crying anxiously, "Don't you do ill
don't you do it I" nnd at lost wlthdrow into
a solitary and unfrequented fen and showed
nimsoit no more among nn termer com
Tho others, however, assembled one lino
May morning, from evory wood and Held,
to settle tho business, Thoro camo the
eagle and tho chaffinch, tho owl and tho
crow, tho lurk and tho sparrow; and oven
tho cuckoo was there, with tho hoopoe,
his sacristan, so-called because ho is al
ways nenra a lew uuys neroro tuo otuer.
A very littlo bird, which has no tiamo,
was also soon In tho throne. Tho hen, who
had heard nothing ot tho causo of this
great meeting, wondered exceedingly; shu
went about cackling incessantly, "VVhut,
what, what is to.dor
After some discussion. It was resolved
that whichever should fly the highest
should bo elected king, and tho triul must
bo mado thut beautiful morning, so thut
no ono hereafter miubL.bo able to sy, '!
could have flown higher, but night over
At tho appointed slcnal therefore, tho
whole assembly mouutod .into' the air.
Tho dust roso like a black' cloud from the
earth, and thoro was hoard amid it a won
dorful nolsoof mingled whlizitig, rushing
und chipping of wings. Tho small birds
woro soon disheartened and ro turned: and
of thoso who continued their upward
light, nono could equal tho eagle,' who ilow
so high that ho might havo plukod at tho
sun. When ho looked downwrrd ho saw
hltmolf so far abovo all tho others that hU
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, JANUARY 13,
rights could not bo disputed, be began to
dciccnd. 4 '
As bo eamo near bis rlvali they bailed
him with, ''Thou art our king ; nono have
llown so lilirh m thou."
"Kxcontme!" screamed tho littlo fellow
without a name, who had hidden himself
under tho cnglo s breast leathers, una ns lio
spoko, he i p road his wings, and ascended
in tho bluo nlr, until ho nearly reached the
gntcs of hcttvcn. Then folding down his
plurnago, ho sank down to tho earth ngnin,
crying, witn ins sunn voice, nm ningi
i am Kinc;!"
"Thouuli our klnir." the birds said an
tfrily, "throuirh trick nnd cunnlnc only has
though becomo sol" and they determined
on another election: ho should bo king
who could ponctrato deepest Into tho earth.
now trio L'oosa men ciannaa una rub
bed her broad breast against tlio ltoumJ:
nnu non-iiuick mo cock scraicncu u nolo.
Tho littlo ono without a name, howovcr.
sought a monse-holc, and slipping into it
screnrneu irom witnin, "l am uingi I am
"Ihou art king I" cried tho birds, still
moronncry than before. "Dost thou think
tny fraud will ho endured?''
Thcvthen resolved to stnrrn litm In Mi
hole, and tho owl was appointed sentinel,
his llfo was to pay tho penalty of tho
iuuuu n um;uiiu.
Uy this time it wn9 evenim?. nnd ihn r..
cruana oi mo oar Having wearied thorn
nil exceedingly, they retired wilh their
wives and chlldron, lnnvlng tho owl stand-
Inir still' nt thu pfitrnnrn of "lin miwm ...)..
with hl i..'
tl... 1.? .t- 1 . . . . -. .
fclf, "I can surely take a nap with ono oyu
iiuv loun im nio ii;ii iircu, nnu said 10 mm-
wiuio me oi erwntcncs tnu v ;i m; im'
bo safe onouirh.'' And so ha shut otin nml
continued to staro unbllnklngly at the hole
ti1. 4l,A niUrt. m.- .... 7. " .
"im .iiuvmci, . ii u jiri-uuur ccpcu QUI,
Him uiu miuuiui wus wiuij nwiiKo nguin
Instantly; ho mado n step forward: m
went tho head. Hut when tho owl oneo
more resumed his nop he forgot to Itavo
ono ovczoimh ; ho c!oed both and slent
miH.I I.. T. . i . , r , 1 L
i . i , . . i
uuuuiy. i nu wor nii'e iuiiow nimnci
juviuu v nwny.
a- rout mat. time tiic owl never caros to
..... . .
uow, ntmscir by tly; tho other blrdi aro
so enrsged at Ins breach of dutv that thoy
would tear ovcrv feather from film If iln.v
caught him'. lie thorofnro never stirs from
homo until dark, when ho goes out to
cutch mice, which ho hates becauio of their
holes. Nor docs tho littlo bird willingly
permit himself to bo soon ; ho also fears for
his life. Ho llps alone: tho hedeci ami
ometlmc, when to securely hidden that
nono can teo him or reach him, ho cries.
'I am Uni: I I am kinir V and thn
vi-i.. nl. , ...
uirui cuu mm
In mockery, "II-o-d-g-
Tho North Carolina girls dissipate bv
chowlng a mixture of tar and beeswax. "
lno Jndon theatres omplov female
usnors, anil are well pleased with tho re
sult. The .State Prison at Auburn, N. Y., now
contains l.OW convicts being the largest
number sinco its establishment,
'I wo hundred and flfiy thousand bales of
cotton ormoro will bo lost thUvcar for tho
want oi laborers to gather tho crop. Tim
lands along tho MIssls.lppi und the rivers
of Arkansas In many plni-es aro vet whlto
as tho summit of tho Alps.
Loudon papers mention It us a specially
commendable picco of good munnurs tha't
most of tho members of tho whool board
sit uncovered while tho board is In session,
out of deferenco for lady members,
Jefferson"! "Itlp Van "Winklo" engage
ment ot twonty-ilvo weeks at llooth s
theatre, has netted him nearly f 00,000, tho
largest and most sucaessful ever performed
by any tingle actor.
Tho old wooden Roman Catholic church
of fct. John, tho Evungilist, located on tho
corner of Fiftieth street and Fourth aven
ue, New York, burned on tho 8th lint.
Loss 135,000 Including tho organ.
Col. Campbell's answer to Oen. Schonck's
notlco of contest, static tlmt v,it,,i ,n'..r..n
for hlmsolf were refused ; that many non
residents ,-otcd for Sehcnck; and cites In
formalties and errors In tho election.
Tho I'rlaco of WhIm li bln.llv ttAf'.
that "It will nllord him great satLfuctlon i
to presldu at the anniversary IVstlval of ,
tho ltrlswood Atvlum rr 1,11, ti ! ti. I
l ho Into Mr. tieorgo Jl.iird was tolera
bly wealthy. His moveable o,tuto l v.d.
uen at $yi8,4o8, whllo ho Ins "largo landed
estates In America." Thu value of thu
stamp on which the inventory Is written is
IfA Loudon Journal has the following
paragraph; "Mrs. (Jodrioh g.tvoa reading
last night, in tho hall of tho MIddle.ex
uiuiiicor, uuvisaa, the object being to
raiu funds to prosecute tho.uit whleh'hus
oeen car-led on In tho Divorce Court.''
Tho Macon, (i it., finnprs hiivn thn tmr.
tlcubtrs of tho freezing to death of Henry
Kill', a prominent citizen of tlmt iilm...
and his negro servant, Hob Hanks, by tho
uiien), oi invir iioai in tnu t;emuigeo
river, wncru they were duck hunting.
Tlic Nenuto Itcaolutlun Aiucutleil liy
the IIuiid nml I'uaaiil,
Front tho Congressional procjcdlngs of
yesterday wo clip tho following:
Tho House resumed tho consideration of
tho Joint resolution for tho appointment of
commissioners to Dominica.
After a two hours' dobutu tho houso pro
ceeded to vote on tho resolution uttered by
Mr. Ambler yesterday, that tho pas
sago, of tho resolution should not ,,('
construed or understood us committing tho
government 'to-lho policy of annexing
Dominica. Tho amendment was agreed tu
by a voto of 108 to 70.
.Mr. Cox onuoiod tho lolnt resolution.
Aftordisctisslng the details of -the measure
ho said; I Una but ono precedent for this,
'and that hardly anulogou, not tho puritan
miy oi uiKitig mo lands or tno s-equous,
but Joshua sending spies to go over Jor
dan and search, out tho land. -They went
into, Jericho and kept bad company. Is
llaus your ltahab'f Do not object becaues
tho territory Is not coterminous : It is as
near as California. "Nor because w swal
low two hundred thousand colored people:
after taking. in four million wo cuu digest
a fw more. T'10 man who swallowed a
pumpkin worriod down a pencil. I oppose
this ichciuo because it is u sptclw, pre-
arranged, corrupt Job, and no 'commission
can deodorize It, putresenco.
.il V l"iflol(l proposed n lurther exten
sion of nftccn minutes tlmo bo allowed for
-Mr. Ilutlcr fMas.)i "I object."
-Mr. OarMold: "Listen to tho gentleman
who cracks tho whip, objecting to dobnte "
Mr. llutlor: "Listen to tho man whoso
back smarts." LnnKhtcr.l
-nr. Jiorgnn: "Tho houso Is undur tho
uomimon ol u whip cracker."
thuu pRiscd : yens 123, nays C3. Tho Dcm-
uiu loiriL rG&nititinn n. mi.mirvfi ...
ocnusToicu sonaiy initio negative, and
tho followlns: Itcnuhlienns nlso Totod no:
.Messrs. Lcatty, Uoyd, Finkelnburg, Hosr,
Peters and Willurd. Tho lolnt reiolutlon
goes back to tho Sona'u for notion on
The II tl ml lie of Henry Clay'H
(From llio nichmonit Wtilir.
Wo havo just received Information of
tho burning ol tnoiiouso where Henry
Uluy was born April 12, im. 11 was
situated on a small tract of ordinary land,
near tho old .Slash church, In tho county of
linnovcr, about live miles distant rroni
lUlilnml. A plcturo ol It bcioro us re
p csr its It n nn old fasiiloneu, one story
ln-110 House with sloninc rooi. it nas a
In irochlmnovntcithor end. which, accord
In? to tho fashion of tho time In which
they were built, havo material onouirh in
them for three iiiodorn chimneys. At ono
cad is a shed room built over tho chimney,
I Thl. .V...I f.... .Altln.t nml tnli.r..
I wu uuu um c -,.
ted from tlio main buildimr. thus Iciivinir
a guii into which dry leaves uau irom time
to time fallen. A spark dropping upon
them occasioned tho tiro whicli rcsuitoil In
tho destruction of tho humblo birthplaco
Of tho ttrcat American commoner. At
tho time of its destruction It was occupied
by Mr. Cardwoll. son-in-law of Mr.
Ilowu.d. Clerk of tho City Council
A Ulack 'fonitcr.
.JWtl. U UIUIWU Jt.u, ,1... nl"
rested in St. Clair, Michigan, last Mon
r.. rntn. . .,.i.n.t ...a. ...
day, for outraging a whlto girl only six
year old, tho adopted child of another
colored man named Allen. Whllo Miller
was bolng taken to Jail, a crowd, of men
wrested him from tho otllcor, and placing
a rope arouna his neck, ilruuccu mm
through the streets, with tho probable In
tention or drowning mm in mo river.
During tho excitement Milter was rescued
and ro-rcictted soveral times, and wai
dually tlirjst behind tho iron .doors of tho
lull, in time to uv i.i . to aveng
ing liand ot Allen, who, having learned
tho facts, appeared upon tho scono with a
bugo knife, nnd was intent upon killing
Miller upon tho spot. Tho child, though
sutferlng much, is considereil out of unn
gcr by her physician.
nnu tlio wutsicv auu the land grail
rlnc' money out of a Chicago bank, told
tho paying teller, when ho presented tho
ciivck to have it ensued, that no wanted It
all several thousand dollars) in tlvo
hundred dollar bills. It seems that bum
mer Logan has established tho market
price of senatorial voles at prcttv good
llgure, with a viow of bulling tho market
out of tho reach of individual purses.
SalvrsHon for the Hair.
for Ha tort iff to
Pfialon's "ViTffA" differs
utterly from aWtlic "dyes,"
colorers,'rfnd " restorers "
(?) in 'jfce. It acts on a
totally different principle. It
is limpidfragrant, and per-ft-ctly
no muddy or .Kicbtnlent mat
ter, requires no shutting up,
and communicates noyain to
the Fkin or the lineu. No
paper curtain is necessary to
conceal its ttirjllpjieiira'nce,
for the sinu-rfc reason (hat is
not tnr'iff. It is, to all intents
and pufposes, a new oiscovery
m" PlunW3tViTAHAM is
warranted to dK$t a change
in the color of theRiir within
10 days afier the firstyipplica
tion, the direction beincr
I T KS AS CftJiR AS WATER !
ANiyfts no si:ui.mi:nt.
Price, One Dollar per Box,
CONOaNINU I'.Vo i-omKI.
Sold uv auSDruggists.
If your DruggrtV lias not
" Vitalia" on hanc write, en
closing .ooiy(ni we will
forward it ihieilititely.
PiialcVn c Son,
ci 7 Broadway. N.Tl
va:e ci B, E0B3I1IS,
420 North EUjliUi St., Plillndu.
A color and dressing thut will
not burn the lmir or injure tho
It does not produce a color
raechnnically, aa tho poisonous
It gradually restores tho hair
to its original color and lustre,
by supplying now life and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of HOi, lino hair.
Tho best and safest articlo
Clean and Pure. No sediment
ASK FOR DOBBINS'.
Special Notices. '
Asa rule, tlio porfumei now m uie lnvo no pet
mnnrncy. An hour or two after their use, tlioro i
no Iraco ol ticrfume loft. How dlilcrcnt Is the re
ult miccpcillng the tuo of .Murry and I-inmiin'ji
ricridn Wator. Iayi after lu npilication tho
handlttrchlrt rihulra a mot dolIihtful,delIcste
od iKree.illo lrsrance. mnrMcoilljr
an, sc:wsck .wises coxscxn
TI'EHTO CO TO I'LOIUlKi .V
lUvixr. for llin lut ihlrtT-nroyfariilfiTOWitrnr
vMttlms n, mifnilun tutli nujy cflunj ttiv
ana rvn.umiilluii. I I'irl hil 1 un.lcr.dcij
rally Hit court tiuibuiilitta lunuM iorc.ir
uunlmu. alia Unt aiul mutt Itnpurtant lrn I.
rrincpanrni laaioii liking colJ i aul tlio Ix.t
winter, la tlonai, ntll Ouniiln tin Huir.nlirni
tho Ifmrrralural.rc.uUr, ami not lutiicct tuiucti
lartatlma lu In Worn nilli-m lalltuj,.. 1'aliti.t
I. a 1 can rucummrii,!. A run htill kept
tbfrc liy rcttniian. Ijt wlntir I .aw -.ral r-
n.llitnl Mu lun lia.tlitTi ,tr AlKtu, l.ut
nliu, lin.krtne liraljiij Initarnrnuf lli'i'lluiaKaii.1
Ulno.lclnri, nm Kitting mil.
Una hunJr..l nill. flirllirr tidim tlio rlvrr It a
n flaw, un iui. ciiitnrnt lor lull I'UrpoM, In
jvini wiich I huuIJ prtftr t,i I'aUua. a. llio tin-
irnlurl4 mum rrii. Mi. I Ihoairdryaiul tficlu;
liiriitniiiiiv niK. ..iiiv,,riM. an iiK.ini itv.
.h.,u.M .III. i.tlretj.,1 l.trfi'Tfuco 1, ai.llnn.lUn
l.lwu lull. .11, mii ri.rr t i.vm. Riinn..
lmiiiii.t,i UkooitltlirtK. Ttia Ulil.aliil'IbrkU
lalitil Ult.r. aJ n.tlrnta cinmlaln at tlmc.i
t ut lliat la n R,l ltn, ia It m.licaii . a tctum f
P:mai . "urn ini 1 rar, in.y crn rally
lucrta.0 In lln'j. anj tli.-tk tlio luiut mual licaU
jMlwtiTllIf, llll-fmla, ltn l'or, an.1 many
rttirr.acrtln Ttriuu. larl.of npllJa.r.nli aarr.
ly ricumtiKiilcl to ronumUr In Minur. .My
Wwm riraaylni!Ooor'. ttut i rvtlinliatrli.. Ilj-
i ia in in. coi.i iu.ro limn 1kpi titel It a lr4
tyn irmjcriiuroi i u it nt nt..ary I uy.
Ilia:, wti.rs a r.nuiiiitha prr)nripf.clilmMlr
UifrfvKi my a It lea It, k writ ilun lniulli Mal
.... iiiitmh .1 i-rr.nuiiiic run iv.nua ami i.'et.
J iokDiilll, .r allium any llirr rftlio l tlMf..
iiiatonanii'ii. viii Kin-nt Uw.o wli.i arolruul.1,,1
miuninrpiu iiirr, n iiiurnrM ttuinicii.crranoM
tonclt.iute tlirrai.cTriiiiclit t in, f. r Ih'-e h"j
lunc . oro tllti.it.,1. a nuio aguiUm Ivtnt It ta
Vur na.fii jrtattMlor t.i 1'ia. Inat profritlfn.
ally in .sw V vtk.. liu.n n, lUlnuK.tr, and l'l.ili4i l-
I'uiarnry wrn.micio i aw anj tiimmi',1 in an
atcras lira hundred iiillcl.U nwf.k. A rrartlc
dlMaM'. lit. I'lllbliil tuft f .1 t!ti,terf in 1 II.M.IIU..L.
mnyi ana r,nw my caul!' u III n.-anl to Itk4n
olj. A ! r.iil 1 i.iLa A.t uanlltlrt it
Hhfncli'' I'uIip. i ,o S- r , , f. mi'. 1 'lime, anl
UtiJrai l illi,
In r lrid i, nm!r cvfrjl
Mnvlrtko run i mrtliot
to rruduro tllloua liablu th
'r!i u .ns Sth.nrk't
ruduro I IIIuuj liaUu tlun mors ncrtlurn lilt-
lliit.m., Ia .in, pa HVrl.
tujn. It It a will.latl.l,r. iri, itat natlrri
if I'brlJa rarrly eta t,r cuii.jnii,twn, tiprotlty
Uinta i f thx tuullirrn (art. l)iiiliutlirlian,t, in
.Saw tnjljn I. rno-lluM at ka.t ul Ilia HpulttIuii
uii'i tii'. inii.'iw uih.ip, 11, iiiv jiititjie riairt.
It iUa ii.it irtaila.ilarglTi .nil llivro are many
llMutanJiurcatrtthrrr. wli.tnai rtrcciittj
it Ilia would tuMir If roinumrtlrra torn at
rally alann.J in rrcard loialinsnr.li rni.it utirv
arakboultrtlKirrrr.rnul.iMi..t-. I l,ulttiryart
...v ' . . " iiiiiviiii H iiiiiroi.l, nilKfl
tliryarii crtiluloiit rnuuiUi tu Ulii will far ml
In a ff ir dtia. llify lay li minill.Mi to i, an.1
tirnrcltljya thn ruuMuluii (,r annilirr and an
dhirtilll. until Iti l lunjt arc lUVtatrd Ia-jiiiI ill
boiacf cure. t
Sly a,tlctn .rnt wlii.o lur.tt ara arrrrtnf,
Ttnallahtly, Itt.i lay In a aim k u i-dimrk'a 1'ul
mnilo byrup, Hchtntk'a hranrt.t 'li.nlo, anj
tclitnct.'a Slamlraaa rillt.aii'1 tru to t'lun,la. I n
runinicn.tli(iaartlruUrini'ilK'iiii,'t.ltaut I au
Itinruurhlyarquainttil vllUthura.tl.uk tSrum,
trial, nli.rathcy ara ur.1nuiciai,'rtimeitU
my illrccllnni. Ih.y lll il.i thn -r. that It r--cuircil.
'I hit uMouiplitiint, nature mil il l tti. rnu
'J tin itiytlclaii who rt-nUt it r...t, rouih, cr
r.Ulu aw tali, and llun n.jtiut ihu un.nt t itttla
rrUooutrttryiUy,lll Im ti.tuloh.itvu corpta
in 1.1 lnn.lt l (tch.nj.
ilypUnlt.iuk'irdiivihirn mIclnri In acfcrJ
anco Willi I Im prlnla.1 dinvii ii.tx , M In khiio
Kite n l.on' a Irrrr uia or tho .M ii.lr.ik,' I'lllt 1 1
Kcttary. Sly I'IiJmi It, t.ipir. ii ioilinm
a.n. to ftl up n k"tl appmir. It it a:jjt 4
ilun ttlicn u paUtnt uvmt to it. w Imncryi
luiiihopi'tidtiirli. sutli n I'll h I T Pol. anl
Ilia t ratllli al ill cf thu I. ll'h.i 1 1 ll.N
and t.lili It murn llrth, Ii It i lo-cly I Uoxnt
I y a lirahiairihn loti.'t.-- Un ikiliaL.iUL'h L
an.l autti.tho trvrpiiK i luilt an l il.iuuay i.i.l.t
tHrata no luiij.'r pru-tr.il uit-l mm. y, mi l t L j
jaiifnUHi ill,pr,..i,tli, , .O.uU'm ,t.l.
jvr, ihrro ro iiiany r .nfiMpuira hi. lata
nt tlio lucjut t j L'u lorliri.i. lh,MUL.iiuniuar
t,o ntkid, It Slit 10 ii h. ro ,,r .'iilir iVrlalnly
meruit. iilriUtli'elotui.ti 1 .. i.ii.lrtrrlio.Uii.
lutiaylnn anu room iluun. th- mior, wlih a
ttmprraiuro i,r about t. i nly l,i,rtt'., til.icli
lioul.IlM k.plrvciiltilynt lint p t hyinrintil
athcrmi'intit-r. I i tu, u a patlttit tilo lilt txvj.
rliuuiili.il I lio Iluiilt if tlio 1 n ly Halklni; u.i
anditonn nt much ot hit tlnii.-ih w.ll l-rrmil, in
iJcr to kit'ii iipnliialihy t lr uuiif,iitirilioM,ni.l,
I hotu t'url lh KlUllJt t.tr Ih.t bt .tilil. ul.J tx:i J.i
Minnuln. t'oiMUiuplluii It lit I'Vily turcd at any
till, r t!i."i',ir II It UUil In tlim.aud tho prupir
Lin 1 t,l Irvjliiu-lillt Uur-UftL 'lhol.it lan.lt un.
d.iputt',1 in li.uil, Hut M'tiuka I'uluii'iiU
hrui, .MmJtuko I'llls an t r-ciivtrd Tonus tail
turrd my many id what aitiiud to lu ImiHlria
auaorcuiiiuiiipiioiu iunro)ni mil, )..u wi.t
w itluititt trit!n lo flnl toinu i,m r t tiii.uiiiMlio
who iitiliciiiriKuvd rrvia tho t try jit n Jiaili
r. ir nt ilia
.ManJruko I'lllt art conccmcd.
rtvrt UhIv thould kriiiu.uMJvtirihcui bu LiuL
lliryact un tho lltir liilrr than caiouul, ant
Ibvyaro ixt'illtiii In nil m.t vhtru a purtatlto
liitdltina la rwulrid. If )ou lutu pariaktn too
firciy of ftull.nii.1 dl.lril.ojt nuuet, a tlota if tho
ktrakta will cuio oi. If tuu ara tuhUctM
auk. Iiiadaclm, take a uoi vl Ilia Jlan.lrakx. and
nhtlalu tlia tticci i f uchanc if water, nr the too
lao luiluUirica In fruit, taka una vl tlio UtnUrakri
riry nlUi, andjuu uuylhcit drink wairr, and
tat wulcr-mcluna, pturt, appli a, pluuia, kcaclm, vr
Uirv will rulletti toil Ir. two hour lrt.ni t.nul.1
iuiii,.iiuuuiii.hii..vi iiug iiiuu.iia l'y IIICQU
1 uvy win
II protcctlhoao wholituliidauiialiuailuiia I
cfittlt and fcviTt. 'try them, iht-y an I
rhannUaa. 'tlicycando ) uu fond ouiy, I
1 hata alMUiiloiicd mv t.rni.talijiul ti.Ha in u..
ton and aw Vurk, but contluno toa pailtnia at
tny oOlse. Ka IS .Sorlll MiUi Kiuft, 1'liltailrlphli.
itery naiurday, Troin , A.X.. to 3. l-.w. Iboao oho
with a thorough cxainliuilvii llli il.o Itwplromrlcr
will ho cliara'i'il atoilolUra. 'llio Ur.piriiuictiT
Ufi'l.ina tlio hi, I ronilitloii cl tho luiuti an.1
utlo urmit. Hut 1 ilcalro It ill.tlncllv unJertli.
,aii.iiia irtgii; Irani wilvllll'r lUfy liru vur
that lha talu if my ini'dirliu-a ilcprnJi rni'n'
lu conclualon, I will iy, tint wftfn Mraora)
Uko my niMlcliioa. au, Ibwr lymui. trouktil
imoa hfallhy conOltluii thirt'Py, Uify aro pot M
liable toltko loMi rtt no ono i"i tl'tail lunga
can tear a tuJJtn chain,- lYaiimnpUero wllhuut
thu luiniiiy uf crvatir trlix Irriuiluii if tliu tirui
I'ull illri-ctlon In all lansuacfa accompany my
lucjlclnrt, ao i iplitU auil clear that any una can
uto thrm wiiliui con.ultlua lut', uui tau to
LougUl fioia aflilrusfltu
J. II. ScnticK, 11 n.
Ko. 1 Sortli SUth Street, VlilUiItlpUs.
.10II' l HEMiy,
ts colleui: mjcj;, .vjjir romz
upon mtir ucm, laatn tincuy accoruiua to uirw
CairoBullettn Job Rooms
Cor WMUlugtonnvBu;mi4 Twclftk
DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
F1 L O XJ R
An.l Agjnln ot
OHIO ItlVER AM) KANAWHA
Hccctfoaior Avuia Co.,
General Commission Merchant
Xo. Ohio I.cvcc,
nov 1 Ut CAlltO, ILL.
. 1). Mathu.s. " B. C."ch
jyjATHV.SS aV UUL,
i:i,i Ohio Lcvcc, CAJIIO, ILLINOLS.
Ppi'Clal attention siren to tho purchasa And lata
TPL.OTJR cfc GEAIN
low, m and mm,
mI'OU halk at..
la S'lii'ant i' nml lirttcr tliaul
Nnuror all lima (vxciit ivnith. I
litir clulhral fur It'ituluir Wlu. I
titittra tiiiitiiita avatar, raiuiii
Oil t'lolliN, t'luora, Tallica, mttl I
nil Woml work, S'lilmi, Kartlt-1
ru unit tllaiatt itrc, ami for
(irttcrnl llunae S'li'ititliiir l'ur
linaea. tor a-uiiaiiiiiir aattivcitt atitatn.
Ilt'itaa. IStti-l. Iron, ittitl all JIaU 1
Warra. Itcitiovf a, u hv .Sfaarlr. Nl -..ia
nml Ititat, IritvliiK lirllllnut aur rr
i'itntl lo Kcw,
For Salo by 1IAHCI.AY I1KO.
An llletrautljr perfumed autl
vulunblo urtli'lo for Iho tollet ot
Ladies und (icntleiiu'ti. Will
euro Clmiipcd llaiiiIs,Koiigliiicrj
of thu Skint t'liiiiiit-' Up anU
TRY 0.VB MOTTLE.
yOOD AXU tOAL.
JPt lL. WARD
la irpitrd to deliver tlio boat
Fire Wood Stone & Coal
In any jart of tlio city, in any iiuutity JetlieJ,
on thurt notice.
Coal Dellrered at 4 SO l'er Ton.
OKKICE-Over Itoerttari. Orlh & Co. 'a llova
tlore, IhoUoom above Ills corner of Eighth atraat
aiiilCommergliil ttveuuo. dscCit
TICKETS FOR SALE
S'AllaC 1'roui vrrttunl, IinJouilerrr.
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