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BY JOHN H. OBERLY &
FOUTO,FOR BENT, ETC-
On Fourteenth .licet and Ohio !. a txxtkrl
boot containing n nutu of money, which the owner
can ha by culling on (Irei-n A (lilUrt, Attorney
al Law, Cairo, Illlnola, and IdentilylnK props-riy.
Cairo, lilt., Jan. 17, 171. Jnladtct
A Colitis, elsvtn room., ts-n lota sne nsd wit
nlTriotliorJ truer, all tlinnerp.saryoiit-l-tiild
Inst", K'l clilsrin with plrnty nfssaU-r, all In
owl rti'.tr. Iteut low Io t stood ti-uunt. .tlv
If Ti'iith Hlroel.
hone for male.
Ono of tha tnOM
IlKAUTirUI- AND UEAI.TV I't.ACJM O.N Tl'K
KIVEIt, AT AMIIItlUA,
Cull vis of rltiir and Umla, vi r 4'l fwl aUrrc
ImproTCtnanla lluuaa Uz2S, 7 rooms; a cel
lar right Teat iforp, well wallnl anil Mrfretly dry,
under Ihewbnln houor; Imrn, wood-houw,aioftka
homo and lumU-r Iwtl.s, til In Rimd rspairi llili
ty ot soodwalrr. Three hundred llartletl Tear
tree, and other choice, varieties; rmr inn oi
brdx! "itt two are rlneyard in full l-aln;,
nri'i analiiindan'rnf p.iv-lii and np'cs,
Any l'orsoa Wishing io iurrnai nan i
tall or nrltr aun I am determined In
(I. W. IIIDtll.K.
Mound City, IIIiikS.,
GERMAN DRAMATIC ANNO.
AT PHILHaBMeMtfJ I1AIX
Kumlay Evening. Jnniinr)' 2sl
Will b presents .1, In lad., tha Drama sritltli-.l
LOItLK OF .THE HLACK FOKEST
Villas; aad City.
Tlili will im llii lat (Inman ntrrtalnmrnt
ter Kiten In Cairo. Conrludlug .one mill
fJIH'O NIGHTN OXI.Y.
Monday and Tuesday, Jan. !!3 and 21
Will appear aftir a mott vitraordlnttT and sue.
te.ilal CAtft ul irruuu soar- (nre or wlucn
were .prtil in Kurupr) tn their
Myitarlsua aad Ntartllnz WoiitUra,
Their wonderful Krarwra naT Ix-rn In
preseneaot tha erawned heads i Kurnl", and
haloi inland intrllitrnt a..rinlla(i a through
uut Europe and Ameriea, atlohlhlDir and ion.
foundlna; tha Lt of alt countrict. Thry mut
l Men to U apprxlaUd
la adJilloa to th Cabinet hrancaaf tbo Irn
ProH W. M. Fay
Will irlra h). Ul.traUi IIAK1C bKANC'K
Wlltiowt Kalrtt CkarR.
AJiulion to lolti t'tlilnrt n I li.rk
Hranrr .'( crnt, Kr.rrttrd al V mil..
St can I KHMtrr I In altanci at llartuian'aHiir.
t.on Raomt, wlirrr a plan ot thr Hall ran l rrn,
loori oin at 7 o'cloli. to Kiniim nrr at
Cairo Turner Society
D.K Irate to annunco a
For Xontlaj Evening, Feb,
Ktaryliffartwlll lr putf"tth ly thr latnacaca
tn rrndrr tha orca.lon tha moil mtt-nailiitif and
lahartha1 aBalr of lh kin-l rtrr hnd in th-city.
Jan. It ltd .
And Ag'nt of
OHIO ItlVF.lt AM KANAWHA
JXTo. 70 OBXO XjOBXTB
Kfcciiioaior Atia.i Co.,
General Commission Merchant
So, 133, Ohio livvvv,
novlltr CAIRO, ILL.
J. l. Mathuaa.
tVf ATIIUS8 tV WHL,
K. 0, Dili
185 Ohio LeTec, CAIR0,1LLTN0IS.
Bpeoial attention lven to the purcluua and aala
FLOUR & GR A.IISI
Ma, 11 Line
ME48UI muitn Weekly rroNNtw
York, blTorpool adt)annto uru.
For pa-taga apply to CIIAB T. IIINDK,
A WOIU) TO OURI'ATKONSAKD
Two year utid some months liar
now claimed, ninee, in the facts of many
tliscouragotucntit ntl ! with it full kuqwl
edge of the fate of til preceding nowi-
pper m terfriatr 1m Calm ijjihiir
tliu itickly ex'tstencu of nomc, the bril
liant but short life of others, and the
Mire mid irremediable fate of till of
them, we HtartcJ our little craft tijioti
thu uueurtnin water of jourtulinn. and
named it "Tub Hcllkti.v."
J'or a few idiort iiiontli.H, wu nailed in
fair water, until one uufortwmte day
wo were nearly wrecked upon the break
ers of h diaantrouit fire.
Weathering the storm an bct we
could, we laid up only a day or two for
repuirr, and again launched our boat,
Miicc which time, in xpitc of trials and
trouble in the face of avowed enemies
ij ml recret ones, uguiutt tbo bad advice
of miauken fricndi and tbo indiecrcet
fcuggcstions of well-meaning patrom, we
huve kept on our way, and to-day ftel
that, ho far as human forethought can
judge, we arc afe from brvaken ahead.
Self-intere.t, and att tarnc-t def-iie
for the growth and proiiairity of Cairo,
which caii be eiiliatical in no way no
surely or to rapidly n.s through the
agency of au energetic and public
piritcd journal, were thu niaiii-.aprings
which actuated our endeavor.'1.
Our reward i llii. : that Tin: lli l.-
.KTIN i.i no longer an c.xieriiueut. It
is an c.-tablidicd fuel, und outs which,
we hone.-tly believe, ought to be a nub-
juct of enngnittilation not only to our-
reiver, but to t'very citiren of Cairo,
itich oiif of whom it direcilv or indi
A fair Mib-eriptiou lift, and au ex-
t!iiive adverliing patronage, aulhorizo
us to follow the bent of our inclination'
by offering to our patrons at an early
day, Tiik U11.I.KTIN, in a new dre and
with varioui other improvement.-.
We rhall re.ot and rovico our adver
tisements; we chsll extenil enurto.-io
to our advertising patrons in tliffercnt
way-.; wo .-null 1-0 arrange ourcoiumna
that the card of each patron will compel
the attention of the public.
f.iK'allv, wu .-bull endeavor to make
IK Hu.l.KTiN interesting, by giving
all .the home ucw.s. Wu .-hull fairly
and independently deal with all local
mattcm of moment to the citv.
Vs a newspaper, political nod other
wise, we nliall make Tin; ltin.m'i.v it
welcome visitor to the hornet and tiro
sides of tlio citv.
In brief, we shall go to lint furthc-t
iuiit of thu means which our patronage
places in our bauds, and ue till (ho
ability which wo pose., to make our
paper an interesting, readable and in
structive public journal.
Such oeiug our desire and intent we
ask the continued support und encour
agement of all our present patrons, and
the favor of those who have heiutofore
Iv Mr.Munii is to rceoivo thoKadical
nomination for Congrcssuian-at-Largo,
why should not a Democratic, Kgyptiati
be his competitor? We, of this part of
the State, know how to handle that
goutlemau, And if our claims in this
regard uro admitted, why should not the
name of tho candidate for Congressman-
at-harge be Allen or Green? Kithcr
of those gentlemen would make a snir
itfid canvass and carry thu full vote of
their party ; and inoro, too, command
the support of many Kopublicaus.
Who shall bo tho Doraocratio candi
date in tho pending contest for Logan's
pluco in the lower houso of Congress?
Let us have a lit e man, who will make the
Radical dry bones rattle liko a skeleton
in a pine )KT-Pur next candidal
muat be etoettif i mS up candid
as a matter of ftia)J Ui m bo inelegant;
the J)cmoJMaia. Hereafter;
'ictory'' uVujwiU5Uoi The day
timo of iBtnll6((HiapIi Bear, at
hand. r u w"
D11. LuoEAJtfWhoererho may be)
hoH been loctnrintr al EittaiiUa'aod
haa Hauil anaaa I nulla ! Tal f r
anew to iafaatilw iatiity aad norjal
ity. in rMm-tMtaisnMiij irai
drcn die. At the end of fire years
they die off ut Ihu rato of one-fourth
that numlxjr. At tha age of fifteen,
git hundred ami eighty-four dio off in
the same proportion. lie roundly
abu.cd the dainty mothers who difdain
ur dislike to.uurso their, tnvu offspring,
but turn it over to the "care" of somo
careless nurse-girl, who flioa from the
extreme of goodlies t) tbo extreme of
hamhncM according to tlic propiin uity
ordisUuee of tlieuiivterual.mi3iithVoje.,
We ajiplaud the Doctor:, He Is wound.
O.NK of tho gentlemen froru,Ohio, in
the llou-of Iloprii:ntntive at Wash
ington, i a pe:uliar fullowwitaa u pecu
liar nn me. life Ls known to 1 the word!
as Mitogen. Ah an orator ho is unitiuo,
and attracts attention by tbo oddity of
bis manners und tho originality of bis
cxprc-ions. In his speech on tho rar
aguay qiic.-tion he courubed, thu LIousc
by the delicate manner the exceed
ingly delicate manner in which he rap
jed the President oyer( the fingew. "I
"am down on Xoz,' fhe jaielaluicd
''1 am p.trtictdarly down oaTiunt beeause
'lie mtirdcrusl all his relative.-. lie
"shot his brother, tortured his mother,
"and atoned his brothent-itt-law. Now,
"our 1'rcsideut doc n't treat his broth-"err-in-Uw
in that way 1" And all thu
Cougte-rtuen smiled ; then giiu"uwcd-
r.tared ; and tho ruiiiainder of the sen
tonco wns lot to the world in the noi-o
of the laughter.
nr.i.iGio us iiVMit uaoKti r.
There is a great dwtl tw juueh'of it
h this day and generation a great
d.-.il too much.
Now, be it understood, TllK llt'l.l.i:
tin is the most devout of journals, en
tertaining re vo re nee for thso religions
no truly catholic that thoy reek to
briug into brotherhood all .rates and
conditions of men; and ueither by
word nor in thought would we cart re
proach at any man who follows tho die
tales of conscience into tho fellowship
of the churches. From them much
good has flown. They have re
strained many of lite bad, ami made
ti-eful many of tho indolent good.
They have given ' hope as well its the
wholesoino ro.-traiut of fear, and whilu
they have held up the horrible vision
of the torture of quenchless lire, they
have given the dream of those roses of
Kdeu which never wither, and of "that
'eternal incense which tho tingcLs oiler
'at the steps of the throne of (Jod."
They aro the lruet of tho Lovitos who
minister at tho altar of Virtue ami sing
the holic.-t chants.
Hut still wo .-.ty, there is a great deal
too much religious huinbtiggcry current
in this tlav; and Heaven forefend us !
how many who wear the robe of pro-fe.-sioii
have hid under it deceitful and
ba-e hearts hearts cru.-ted with pclfuh
uess, as rocks, on tho side looking to
ward tho bleak north are, with mois!
Intolerant fellows all the.-e, and by force,
if they dared tte it, would compel
every person to think as thoy do. Those
are tho men who will l.avu nothing to
do with their neighbors who dare to
take isstto with them. They are tho
men who bay to their friends, "Do not
"patrouiico that man, he has denounced
"our belief." Thoy tire not fit to live
in this eentury. The years ought to
roll back, so that they might bo turn.
bled out of the lap of tho pre.-eut into
the middle of the dark ages. May
they be confounded.
Dr. bimahan, "who is now trying tho
"Methodist Hook Concern or nrr
"rw," (as an exchange says), is one of
theso intolerant fellows, tiud if he is to
be believed most all tho people about
that concern were stamped in thu same
die. The Doctor says tho condition
of the Concern V nuances is most lament
ably rotton, and its managomuiit alto
gether atrocious. Among other
charges, ho nvers that "the profits of the
ST -4 U ' Xr
"1 i r - " ' - -
Ufir tWworl4. tUt;uaJir te cloak of
TeHgiora Toryllr.bjrtq'cfcaka deal of
black dishiestyl bait boca praoliced;
that successful rcligioas humbuggery
has put a largo amount of stolen money
into its capacious pocket
And hero is another piece of religious
humbuggery : Tho other day, tho New
York Pastors' Association (Prcsbytc
rian) petitioned Congress, in behalf of
tho District of Columbia and other tor
taatories ibid its jurisdiction, and the
atmto Icgialaturea in behalf of their sev
eral Staas, to prohibit the sale of in-
wnannitg ffrroom on Hnndayn, election
days, tho Fourth of July and nil other
holidays. Now, tho pastors may be
wcll-mcauing men, but in adopting
these resolutions they fell into the mire
of bosh. Why is it more sinful to
drink liquor ou Sunday, the Fourth of
July and Christmas than on Saturday
night, the ,'Jrd of July or tho night be
fore Christmas? If the sale of liquors
ought to be prohibited on one duy it
ought not to bo tolerated 011 any other
day. Uut, you hca, iit ,rcligiou as in
politics and1 businc'ss, clap-trap is such
a convenient way tojittract attention. .
And thero, too, is the convention now
in stMiiou at Philadelphia, tho object
of which Is to secure the recognition of
tho Almighty in tho contitution of the
United States. What good will such a
recognition do? -This is the country of
tho atheist, the infidel, the Jew, and the
" heathen Chinee," as well its of the'
Christian; , and, if thu proposed step is
taken, it will not be long until the
Christian will iimslthat' Christ should
b rucognized in the fundamental law,
arid each of the sects that its creed
should be. rocognued as the only truo I
and safe creed. The move is of a jiiece
with the other rclfgiou bumbuggeries
of the age.
' Hut we canuot go on. Denunciation
awaits upon such language. The habit
oi receiving without proto-t all that is
naid by the professors of ruligiou is yet
"Tti wtrld hat wutn tu to ll way. f
"Do thu," II My, audwwolxiyi
"Tti.ral. ii ir.aJgia In our pral.,-,
And (ItUc cosrajia lf; to pr.ty.
Wa tread thr footatrpa of our -irm
With prllynlm. anl m..a dnirfis
And idly act our lltllo part
I.Ike pupntL.u.tiioiird ur a.rl'iw (
Traoli u, O Lord I how groat Thou ait
That we our trrcalaui. loo may know."
BOOKS AND MAGAZINES.
We have received from
Nw Company, Chicago
A IlKIGr OK Tit W SrATCTtK AND DECI
SIONS op Illinois ox tiik Sun jkct or
Mechanic' J.ir.x; with Suookstrh
Forms yon Pktitiox, Axswkk, C'iiosh-
lltl.1., IlKCItKR, KTC. KTC, HV IlKS'ltV W.
Wkll, or tiik IlliVou 11 ak. For sale
by Rockwell Co.
Tho object of this work makes it of In
calculable bonctlt, a well to builder and
contractor as to thu luliorers of the profes
sion. The author's preface U Its Wit re
'Tho Uw un tho subject of mechanics,
Hon Is tendered through more than lll'ty
Toluuius of statutes and dcul.Iotu. I Imvb
endenvored, In theio pagua, to bring it to
gether In a form, where It may bit easily
referred to. Tho form aro "iuypMlons
nnlv, and may contain imperfections in
stylo and nrrungomcnts; but tliosubitance,
1 think, Is correct."
Typographically, the work U perfect.
for January, it fully equal to its prede
cessors in tho number, variety nml iiil
Ut of it content. With thu Vre'tit
number, this magnzlnu enters upon its
twenty-seventh year. A condensation and
u reprint of the be.t In foreign literature,
it In. n provlnco of Its own, and in 110 way
takes tbo place of uny of tho homo periodi
cals. One of It eharmlni: features. Is tho
Hint kt'ei.l imr-fiivilli- U'Midi ...lnrn. rMieli
nunibor. Thr Unrrnime IWt, tho en
graving In tho protcut number, Is taken
from a cnlebrut
I pututiug by Cabauee.
ents uto "American Hit-'
Among tho contents
tnor," from tho litithh nar(ertti tVnVic,
it rovlowof flulwer's lifo of Lord l'lilmor
stou. "Tho Preioiit Condition of China,"
etc., with sclentlllo it ml art note-, of a most
TUB AMKIHCAX OllU I'M. LOW,
is a monthly mHgH.ino, published by
tins American Odd Follow Association
and deVoted to tbo Interests of the Order
and lhc public. Tho January number i
replete with variisd and Interesting nils,
cellany, much of t pertinent to tho society
of Odd Fellows and all of it entertaining
and useful toreadini' people. Odd Fel
lows find ull others who wish a uniformly
good monthly niaazlne, should Introduce
it Into their families.
(or February, Is a pleasing a number as
any of the three which tiavo preceded it.
This iiiiiyuzlno has fully realised the ex
pectation which wcra formed concerning
it, and bus already taken Its plsco among
the lending monthlies. Its table of con
tents Is too varied for lngh mention".' AVe
mmm . -v.;.,
atlvlso all our renders to buy It and rend
'Tho French Confiuejt of Lorralno and
AImoc," of pccuthrr'lnUsrcst nt tliii time,
ond' aomcthing abo'tit'llollooni','! and "Tho
Itondago of tho I'iilplt, arid, In short, to
rend the magazlno from first to and to
note tho doUghtfuJ illustrations on ncarlv
dkmorbst's tiinnou or j-AhmoN,
for Fcbrtitrj, H a tirtful mimber. Tlio pat
terns accompanying tins mngar.tno arp
plain and practical unci, while the mngit
zlno lUelf ronlrtint io many ueful and sea
sonable Sttg4'.tl6ts o" the maViti and
trimming if tho garjuenU.oCleinlniiilty of
all ages, tluit it l a niysterylo 111 how any
lady nan rvtl'ord to do without i t.
"TJ10 iity. eirjiiid;thc rocki are iiff.
Tho oi.Uia Umi'oit Is wlillo In.ilr,
Tho wtnartrr ftttf with th warrant pty.
And 1 shall not tempt tho .en to-it iy.
Tho trail ! narrim-, tli- o. la dim,
Thn panlhrrollmiilullie HMliLncliiulit
Mini lion a uIk-Iih arrnMoi 1 at p'ny.
And I nliall not ii'itjim In llijl:r-- to-J y.
Uut thrahfp -silnd aafrly nirr tho ,0.1,
And tha liiwh thafwwi hunt ttfin n rnrlf
it-1 inn iiuuwrr emit) irrnii uiciiiii.u 10 fH'" I
M u In tli' r.irthiiiiH ah
-Ih el lltult.
Itoclicfurt lim rcpubllihcd in i'arit tlio
numbers of tlio Lantw which liu brouirli t
out In Ilrustul.t. Ho.prcGxci an tnlrnJtic
tiou In which ho severely handles tlio
Emperor Xnpoloon, and sntlri.e tliocOf
hit friend who it!!! l!c!. b.vliini.
On llic mornlug Lcfuro ClirUlniaa tin-
liarriionbtirg, Vn., EitUyrir, had n:long
nrtlclo n tire, urging tbo nulliorltlci to
procure an engine. The article began
thu: fThcre hn. nut been a lire, but
but thero U going to bo or.e, and, us an
enterprising Journal, . It is our. duty to.
furnish it tn tho 'public us much in
advatico m poMlbb'." The following
iubrnlii.a lire cimiiiiiiod tho 'Knltrimn
otTIce and icventeen other building.
The JW riff ni the 17th DitimiiIht. elvp
allit of Parii priet.t Acs lb ah "f.per
lb.; mill c ditto; It eat. M'.j 11 dj', lOf.i
duck, 20f.; vhiekeni, Iif.: iiuittoii kidimr,
l-3f.;intlUoneutk't,-iriuOo.,i;e II. oacli.;
Lntj'or, Ijf. to :i)f. por V.; atisai's, r0c,
each; turkey, llf.j goose, IOf.; plkr-.iif.-,
leuofimuiuu.l'Jf.-. cotV.ifi'ur Hi.; suear
80c: anU, if". 60.;' peppT, If. COc. ; lanl
if.; salad oil, :f.; lamp oil, -f. "jOo.; eatidloi,
'it. Tho restaurnnts, it adds, were open its
usual, the only dliVerctice being that while
fowls, million and beef were still eaten In
tho llrst-clust ones, the flesh of horses,
a'ic.. and dogs was, consumed In second-
rate, and cat and rat In small establish
ments. .Somo rcitaurants glvo their
customers tho cholco of chicken's wings'
llllcts of ass and legs of rats. At 0110
time tlio rcndori of singing birds, domestic
and foreign, tried to Introduce a tasto for
them among tbo Parisians, but thero was
such a burst of indignation and such
horror expressed by tho ladles that the Idea
was abandonod. Almost everywhere,
accordingly, birds, whether at liberty or
caged, continued to sing without
molestation. A provision merchant bad
bought all tho cdlblo animals In thcJardln
d'Accllmatlsatlou and tho Jardin ties
l'lantes, und tho former bad been already
A letter from London says that Mrs,
Lincoln was In Hint city 011 tho 'J.'d tilt.,
for tho purpose of placing her sou Tad at
school, and that, having accomplished
thlSjSho purposed Joining her frionJ, .Mrs
llishop Simpson, in Home.
Rubinl, tho magician, had it great suc
cess at .St. Louis. All tho pri.c bo gave
out, with tho exception of the OOhorso,
which didn't hAppcn to bo present, were
immediately returned to him, most of
them, especially tho silvern nre, being
directed ut bis head,
Miss .Mnry Heed, of Cliicinn all, having
made I- vests at 35 cents each for Holbeag
& Itlocli, of that city, could not collect thn
money. Accordingly, she brought suit
against them, plead her own cause In court
was opposed by ait able lawyer, and won
M'llo Kllssou bad a three-thousand
house at Indianapolis Monday
night, and was to slug ut Tcnv Haute
tbo net evening, every seat, wo believe,
I lxdng fold. An ttttuek ol acuU inllammii.
Hon of thu heart, however, prevented her
uppeorauco, and 1110 concert luui to lo
given up. This only demanded rest, and
tirobably will not Interfere with any of
her other engagement.
Ilret Harto's face in Kttrti Saturday,
I does not meet tbo 'approval of 11 writer in
the Now York (Hole, who lays that It
looks llko n handsome yotiui; man ;
whereas Uret himself Is short, with thin
brown hair, utid a badly put-scarred face,
but with handsome eyes and au cpresluu
of countcnancu certifying to hi goodness
I of heart.
In a Washington thoutro, General (!ar
Held wns so excited over the sleep-walk-I
ing of Jitnauschck 11s Lady Machcth, that
bo veliQiuenllv irraied tho back of the
chair before htm, and with It a portion of
tho curls belonging to no elaborate chig
non. Tho consequence wits that when the
fair owner, at the end of tho scone, threw
forward her head, tho wholo structure
came tumbling down, curls, bralJf, hair
pins, und all.
Mr. T. J, Alton H, near -Mount
Voruon, recently lost flvo vaVmbto horses,
aggregating several or eight Vundrod
dollars, from eating castor beans. Tho
bqans woro mlxod with ont, after fating
which 1 tan nnlinnls woro taken sick und
died In u few hours. Farmers should
exorciso great euro and wntchfulni"", ns
lliocftlor boan, whon eaten, l fatal In it
Tho Odd-Fellows or Anna nnd vi
cinify, nt tbclr Installation on Friday
evening bvt, had u very pleasant reunion.
Tho following iifllcert ware publle In
stalled: lirltton, K. O.t H. V. Keller.
A', a.; J. K. Torplnltx, Hec y; M A.
Finch, Tronstifur. Tho ceremonies Vrn
conduct d. by Deputy Grand MitsWr j 'X.
Tcrplnltr., ntststccl by l!rot. Flagler unit
liarton, of C.trbondftle, and J. Fry.
Messrs Wall fc .Murphy of Ferry county,
t truck a vein of ami, eight fcot thick, nt a
dUlnneo uf ictf feet from thoiurfncoof
tbulr lands, nfewtlnvs aincn.
One night lnt week (i. 8, Smith & Cos
store, nt Elkvilti', w'as broken ojicu mid
goods to tlio amount of about carrb-d
away. The entrance was oilVnted by
prying the storeroom door ofl'iu liltigos
and then bursting open tho door between
this and tliu salesroom. Tbo burglars
."-peaking uf the recent storm, the l)u
IJiloin 7Viiw eoncllldcJ! The ieo eel
lectdd .on thu fo'r.iit. fruit and shade trues,
becmiio aohenvy, that thousand of tin m
broke down beneath their icy burthen,
mid' thousand. mom .would havo tirM.cn,
only for the fortMimto absence of anything
liko li heavy (nl of wind. Kortttniitety,
the freezing was ytnt Intense, so H rU n.ucli
iil'tlH'Icii tni'lUd away uii Sjtui'ilay', nr,d
the limb of ttie tougliur vnrietbrt or" ire 1
icjumed their en'i'i piiiitioii. The ptudi,
tro.s suiterod more thannny other vari-ly
owing to tho tirltttcuoisof the ttoud.
"IIIAI' MTTbi: CISt ttCIt A HO CM)
AUhonS'r to thstllttletlMiri'h, '
l lietnoitvli iiund thn i.'tino-r.
Tnat iireiln li" Keina ur Jimd rule
1 r present to adorn In r.
Willi t'lmrtiy -lie i-lmns'oall,
Tlii1 en' us nidi t'urnr,
Thit fhiiTao spirit nll msi
III UjO 1 l.lltojl arMllldlhei-iiriiet :
Willi ( hri-lhiii IjIi- -lit line the le ir-
That fall fnini ot, ry mournar,
lly Klrnie ruithioid hip In a l
liillmCliUrtli iiMiuid Ilia rmtirr.
Fsltli, lln.-x. and f'h.trlty .ire hor t
T11 her fceeir honor I
Tim Church limit f-ueiir .-.irmur'- ur I
The Churvli arn'iiid tho cjriicr.
. .. . .0.
I For thr Cairo llnllctln.J
AN AtTOIt (IOING TO HIS I.O.VtJ
Hero and there, as wo travel along life's
journey, we read of instances of pliarisalcal
Impertinence nnd bigotry, which cull for
moro than a passing rebuko from the can
did and thinking obiorvor. Not long ago
a kind, large-hearted man, by name Overgo
Holland, plain and honest, gcntln nnd tin
assuming, with a tender Iic.trtnnd generous
hand for tlio sorrowing of our race, went
'over thu river." A few of bis friends, (to
puttier them ull would have been iin0.tl
blc,) followed him to his burial, naturally
wishing to pay tho last sail tribute to one
thoy loved o vtuH. Permission was ob
tained to have his olisorpiles performed at
tho Keverend .Mr. SnblneV church, one of
the numerous b'piscopnl churches In Now
York city. Ou arrival of the proosasiluti,
tho reverend gentleman discovered that
.Mr. Holland bud been an actor, and in
formed the mourners that such could not
bo buried by him; but, that, in a "lltllo
Church 'round tbo corner," tho ceremony
would probably 1 cheerfully performed.
Kight eloquently did losciili .lell'or-
son reply, "All honor to the lit
tle Church round thu corner, ' and
rovorontly did tho ad coinp.iuy
follow the mortal rouialus of their friend
to their resting pluco. AVo aro .omutlmcs
astotiudiMl that such fauatlciiu. inch miser
able arrogance can pruvnll In this enlight
ened ngu. There are times when wo feci
that such conduct, so repulsivoto tho liber
ality ol sentiment, shining brightly at the
present day among all cultivated tuitions,
Is J i'tly rebuked by thu prominene.i given
It by the public pros. Did not Garrick,
Kcmb'.u, Mac.rcndy, Dickens, and 11 glori
ous galaxy of lir.ines eherishrd by all ad
miring world, enroll their fame mi it scroll,
which no fanatic, however blgotcl und
however churlish, darn corrupt with tlio
touch of his ebiiiimy linger'' Thank God,
tho minds if men have vigour, 1 undoiir
and iiiiinlineM enough In thcpiluys toujlvc
" honor to wbnin honor lsduu.'1 Frobablv
ll.n l'.iiviirend M 1: Aniline is nwnrn ni1 this
by till, liui, NVo injght, porhap. Inou
humbly and re-peci fully, ns bec-mea tM"
who havo not leurnul their len.onsof life
from the reverend .Mr. fc'aliiti'', on what
occiiilon did tlio benovolcnt Fnilier of 11s
all constitute this gentlemen a Judye of
his fellow creature, i iir llvi s nod proles.
ions? In hullo.'. c mn-t add that
reverend geutleiueii Is a eoiifpicuous ex-
ecntlon from tho clirlittiin gentlemen who
In iniinv Places adorn tliu profession fur aJm1nt veterau and ooiiAtltuU
"', , ,' , ,,.. ... ... ... ... I lielr-lo.in tohli tlesfetuien's.
Wiucu no on iirv't'-ii iiiiiisuu su inipiii'i
uiilltled. The dead actor won tho love ot
i.ianvii klndlv heart, did well!hli work on
mrth, and now his tittle Journey' run,
'life's lltful fevorlsh dreimi is o'er,1' and he,
peacefully rcMing in the tlbnt city of the
OKTY DAILY PAPER' DT EGYPT.
dead, awaits tbo resurrection oFrth'ol 'Jiul.
"So llts, that whn thy suiitmft'm ciinics lMln
Tho lnnnnnrnbloc.traran. ttltlsn tnors 1 - -1
Tt. that mjtrsoua rc.ilni, hcro cAOlt'rlinll
Illseliimbrin tho silent halls uf death,
TnOII iro not. llknthnnnitrr7..UiM al hln-lit i
H3oiirnl to Ills dungeon, Inn, simtalni'il inil
rty nil unfiiltortnii lr"t nrprow li tt.ytravn
I.tko 01111 who wrap, tho ilnj.iTy 01 W.rMtsli
ai.iut him, mm ucmi-mii to pl..saa( drrnins, '
Thn wiftnf GeiirL'O Hvor. sont'-ncod from
Fulton "oiintv rill. 1 to tbo noultontfarv for
live years, for horo stealing, followed her
husband to tlio walla of tho nrison. Thov
attempted tn get nwny from Lowistown
wiiuoiiU'Miintr nnr Know nViltit ft; but tlio
poor wojuHti '.vasexormonvQii thn wntdh nt
tho depot, nnd so idio was on h.intl whun
tho oilienrsnnd prisoners startod nway last
weok.'tmd, liillowlng on tho car, liung
idwiit thn uf c iif her husband t i the end
iifUidJoviinvy. -Mrs llyor had - two chil
These alio liad-di)lilioritUly tlven away
tohor pcopu, deteiinlnei to rDiniiln lit
loliet, nssr her husband, sb that a'ho could
eo bim m oTtcn as ivosUhle, and br rdady,
nt the end of tha llvo yinr. Ut xvelOomo
bint hkhIii to frffdoin. HIm hoped :ho
would boprtniltW to a'o him oftdn t t
this for. I bono was r.fdiOrdforit from her by
tbo ftern prlaon rub-. jW can sen him
but iic In two mntittitsiind theil but f.r
two or tbrei iiiiniiteiin th-)prtiineo of n
guard. Slio ''an write him us often n ' 0
ppnM;but hnenn wrltolu rpplyonlyi -a
After learning the.o I'aeU, tb slur.tr
tried to git her lo return to-hr fiih.llytif.ir
l'eurl.i. (nit her n-diitlm whs llrnily inken
SI10 had v'lvi!i up homo hud children to bo
near her hitsluiml, and llinroalln ilfterniii.ed
toatav nl ' wbiitf ver aaeriiVe. Tby 1 ft
her nfona and friomlUss; n strmiirer in a
strSjig.1 itlty, wplng us If her hirt w.. ild
liri'iiki but nnw iverlng In liar' "b'Vf.'un
to lief hU-bitnd. No entreaty fif'bnsl)... 1
r frinil. or slrnnirlr foiihrmoio h r
hmirtdn b av y film Iif hi lon j; unprl
The IMyi ftrgln l I.fntrltirit nl S'lif 1-1-
Do yvuTuiiicui' er ihnt,t'hriaiiu ln
the lint d.iv in thl-ynnr In .whtth the l .
begin t.i.l.-iitfthmt?,Jii Ibe tiWt.Atad, - 1
mid iitlli of Uoeeiubujr lliry uro tubsML'
lliilly ntrvfctand-stiUr bill m tie .'th f
1) ciubiir tlio iiriid.ol ii.:jiKin'yT ir'
one I.'k Irom ll-J hnitd dnti.in ut. 1
ImriL'S it iikti a Star On tha fgio'dCaO-.tjf tl e
day t nnd Us slay u minulu lOUgur t: i.
yuiioiiiay. Aim its - viu tfiii nia 1:0 - .
no v.'. It but twt i.s faeu U-wat-l Itil s.i.t
loCr; uni Vliotiu,i. twjrti-nrir gWltin t I
gre.it iloruia in .I.oiuiiryt thnucii
sliroudt if shew will oovei'ini:iviinl, y '
you know mid I 1'iiow thu - nil li u gf-u t
its furthest limit, and h.i- '--.g.n )
Ikiukiand that just as .-ur.;.- in
con.l.ttt in lu r careor, tbu . .i L i .111 11
his slops with nuiiimur in ids be..-.. , :r I
111111 mere aro uowcrj, nun iiuti: i u ) i
world of Joy turning. You havo iw driilt
oftiij In tho natural uvorM. Ai( ll tiy
thatj (hough tho days yf thu v,'nrld' win
ter aro not over, yet I belieyo th:lt.tho si.u
of righteousness fiaj gone as far uwu us
It ever will, nnd has turnixl. and it ivmlng
back ; and there is to bo is 1'uturq. summer
ofjoynu.l rejoicing in thlngr rltn.it as
Well 111 in things temporal. Vvm II rch-
er't i,'hrhtmn Struma,
Don't bo afraid iif a llitlo fun at In mo,
Oixl people! Don' shut up your hi "sc
est tho suit should fade vuur carpet'. 1111 1
your hearts, lyst a hourly laugh alu-ul 1
sliakodown somd of the mtttty old 1
webs there. It you want to ruin your t ,
K-t them think that all tulrtli undtw .jl ti-
Joyment must bo left on Urn thru' M
w illiotll wuuii siiu euuiu ii"iue .11 111 1 1
Wtir.M it,,.... at Iw.tlti. i r.,...l r.liut tt asdl, .
place to cut, drink and sleep In, tho work
!.s begun that cuds In gambling houses nn t
recluoss liograilattoii. 1 oung peopio must
havo fun nnd relaxation somewhere if they
do not llud It nt their own huarthstoik, it
wilt bo sought nt other, and, perhaps, len
protUahlo places, llicrctoru, Ultl.o lire
burn brightly at night, and make tlio li v.e-
. teiid delighted with nil tl.on) little nr's
wrenta so psjrfeclly undcr-ttr I,
Don t rupna Uio Vivoyut nvdrlt of ' dr
eliildreii. Half nn hour uf-merrr. -t
round tho lump und uruligltt of a 1. 1 .11
bloU out thu roiiieuibranco of m..ny it 1 n
and annoyuueeduriug tho day, nn 1 ' 1
be.t safeguard tbwy can tnko with I' nt
into the world is tlio unseen iuliu .it "a
brijbt little doniustie sruictuiii.
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Tho managing editor of the ."'-
VWr is .Mr. I'harlns (I, Xonloll'.a native f
Oliio, who began life 11 11 sailor, and aft r
a checkered earner In various parts oft'
world, ihiiiio to Now York nnd begun 1 1
write for llartut' Mapium and V. 1
pcrlo. lionls. Ill .kelulnss and stem S v
so good as to draw attention, nnd hn )
cMnio connected with tho llttni'iy ' ',
gradually ri.lng to bis present pml' m
.lr. NorUolt i a short, stout gentletnsi o
qili'-t limuiliirs, but full of vitality and I1
iIiumI energy. Ho i n rapid writer, an I is
intoro.ted in most of the advancl pie
tlonauf llio day, which his treat for- 1 'v
and clearly. I mb r his mnungnmoiit tho
7W lint maintained Us old repuliti'iu f r
rospuelnblllty, and il Is lill s fa vera- jm
perwltli many persons.
According to a French mtUi, m
taking the me,.in of many mctainu, i"
Of lift V VCH of .1 : ti ilupt t'l'JO tl
workcl' V'' d.tys. walkcjl. yii j'
iimiuifd liim.oif I.OJU dus,,Viis ,ta , 1
00(1 days, wits siclj. vtt)0 dnys.Ao, H nt "
1000 nounit- of bmad, i'l.tioo lsiuie' if
in 'at, -1, 'ed pounds of vj!olabbs., eggs ut I
1 lith. and lllillik 7.0110 ualloiH f Ifi
u ;, 4oub(ii.t would navigate.
Yllllaiii lflatr, agtvl rjiitoy one
died at Stryhvr, Ohio, un tlte.,'.ioft ji
.Mr. ij. was n vn ran oi ioi:. 11. wu
l vrt ran oi isik. tl-wu'' i
of tho nur'uies who P-uLt n -e
Perry. ' lu 1313, tUu 0 r
sylvanv) n'warded l)t0 tiv'i 1
1 1en1l.ll fiir filH:mt-t- ilUlilnv.xl i,f I" i,v I
. lioi Ul 1 eon.A i MMi'l "Ml USTli-il llllll t r
battle which resulted lu "l'orry's.
J ThU mcdnt was proudly oherVb
heJ 1 tl 0
1 iRjSf-Tlio New York .Vsr credits
1 Hunter, one nf th AMlttniit he. r. f
. Cl ..ti. it... ., .olt.v tauil i.,a ,
Slato, and tho same who had tho r tit
writing -Mr. Wolistur's fniois reply 1 1 tho
Austrian .Minister Hiilseimm. with
writing Mr. Fith's lottor to .Motley.