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BY JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
OAlttO, ILLINOIS, JANUARY 25,
f-iTT.V TtATT.V PAP1711 rkt VfivV
FOUND, FOR HEJJT, ETC
On Fourteenth atrcHund Ohio l.tee, a poekt
iniiinini uin nrmGney, which theew nor
' ""0 "ten Uijtwri, Attorneys
V.'r' wtn lyiBR property
t Cairo. III.., Jan.17, ll. ' ftlfcliot
A Cottage, eli-ren rooms, ten tula enclosed wit
sia.foot lioard fence, all the necessary out-build
food Cttterna with plenty of "tr, nil In
ouJ repair. Item low lo a rood lanant. Apply
,, W. W. Til OKMTON,
' Tenth 8trec.
AHEAUTII III, IOIXTKY
HOME FOR NAI.K.
Oniof Id moat
BKALTiPUL ANf HKALTT PLUCK OS TtIK
KIVI-.lt, AT AMKK1VA.
Full view of rllr and hoais, Vlot 40 feel above
high water, '
Improvement. -llnu.e itiw, 7 room; eel-
i"! oeep, wn walli'.i and irrtly dry.
under thnwhnlo Imii.c; barn, wuod-liuiise, mni.kn
house and lutnrr limine, ll In good repair; I len
ly ill stood wtr. Threv hundred llartlatt I'ear
ttees aiid other cholco varlellea; half mil" of ,
r-ua : over two avree vineyard in lull hearing,
a J I anahundanre nf twitidies and apples
sny Ter-'in wlshfn to purchase had Iwtler
can nr write tuon at i am ilrlrnnineil lo m-II
Addrraa. (I. W IIIIIIiLK.
J m, .7, la7l-iUin Mound Oils, lllinola,
.MI.Lkox sincrs at .Jacksonville on
next Fritlny evening.
Kahtck.n cities, New York, Boston
Springfield, Maes., etc., arc threatened
with a water famine.
McKkan Huciiaman, the actor,
truck with paralynis, while playing at
Norfolk, a., on Jbriuaj night.
Tur. members of tlie Mcrctiante' Ki
change, of St. Louis, contributed I7H0
to he UM'il tu bury the victims of the
RAND M ANOUKR AIE
Cairo Turner Society
ll(lratvtu aiitnnncn a
For Monday Ercainir, Feb. (t, 1871
Eferr'afTort wilt t e pnl forth by the rasnar.er
in render thewv-aelon the moil Milrtatnlnji and
VKihereha1 affair nf the kind ? er ht Id In theclly.
Point lack, velvet and diamonds
were tlie rulo at the rresidentH urnt
reception on last Friday evening, Mr
fJ rant, and her daughter Nellie, "junt
out," both appeared in low-necked,
short colored dresses.
COTE " -
iHS COAL YARD.
Tin: llomau Catholic. of Dutroit,
held a very large meeting, composed of
men alone, on the '22d, at which they
denounced the occupation nf Homo by
ictor Kmanuel, and vziircved their
ymtiathy and nrdeut niTectinn for the
HadicaI. officials arc endeavoring to
forca the Typographical union of Wash
ington, D. ('., to accept colored com
positon m meraler. On their rcftual,
anapjicalu to be made to Congr4
asking for an act to prohibit the (iov-
I ernnient Printer from employing mem.
ters of the Union.
FOOT OF ELEVENTH STREET
Mount Carbmr, Du Quoin und
An old man, aged S3,
White Cloud, Kanra, ha
living. In a Ct of xplocn,
the present one into a room
Mount tar boo, Du Quoin uud f,r0 in it. and attemntcd to .moke her
wmo Hirer . .... ...
to uvaui. iic ituowcii ins rage at ucr
cfcape, by seixing a club, milling to the
hog pen, and beating to death three or
four fat hogH.
A good aapfilr an lland.aaid dcllvtrrd
t r prl mttttm ally.
Everr IxUm ftlilirHl'f) ui run
nr at'oiw co a i. vtrsikkb at tae
FKH CAM LOAD.
Ordara left at tha arE willt nllad linraedialei;
JAMES ItOSS, Prop'r.
I THINQt AFLOAT, y
j Women footrac In Florida.
' Panthers In the Adtroddacki.
At Doiton partial, hytnai are lung.
The Potomac to naTlgatloii.
London theatre amploy lady ubn.
Chicago ba Nilaton toe-oream candy.
Illinoia InUntlitrlf twtnty-two y-ar
old. 1 -
ChlcHgo nlggent are called " tinted clt!
aoni." Batnbridgc, Oa., hu a aifger debating
The faihionallo wedding tour it now to
Tho Daltimoro jail conUldn eight .al
AT.nntsate ret)iiUr gu iff ru-'
of female lorellnai."
.Milwaukee cluimi to bn tho grcatoat
wheat market in the world.
Tho faro acroix the new Ningara u-
pcrnlon bridge hai been doubled.
No native Minnesotiani in tbo Mi fin v
Lint year California prcxluced 21,072,000
poundi of wool.
Tho blood of a healthy, full-grown aver
age man wolght twonty poundi.
.More than W),0f,000 oopies of WcU-
tcr'n npuller bavo been sold.
A young man eburged with being lazy,
wm naked tf ho took It from hit father.
1 1 think not," wai the reply, "father'.
got all the lazinuihfi over had."
cicLarigo iflvi n young lady of that
placo hoi juat celebrated her wooden wed-
ling by marrying a blockhead.
Hho.wia made Kiti5aV1(. In 1800,
aW .r Spain $n 18 apolcon,lio
mauo himreif Emporor of the French and
diupcier of thrones in 160; Luciano, or
Lucien, who alone rofuied a crowti, but
ieptd a principality, wlth iln title, front
"tilt Popo In 1808; Lulgl, or Lcuii, madu
King of Holliitid in 1WJ0, and refuicl tho
crown of Spain In lfc09 nn QlroUttiiaror
Joromo, who was mado Kln W yestpnn
lia in 1807, whon thntprovIti8rf5.'OK;ted
Into a kingdom. Tho daughfiri wcro
Maria Anno Eliza, who wa cumOiIuv
oreign of Tuicany, with tlio title of Uratid
Duchejj, In 1808: Carlotta, nrtorwnrtl
Mario Paulino, who, as wlfo of Prittco
Jlorifheso. bocamo tho moU Dlustritiui
ioro are about t!0O nn.tmlitri'j.ea In
A llaltimorc boy stole twomarblea, and
u inimureu in a dungeon.
A Florida gentleman propoie toflRht an
alligator vib a. hutcher knlfa for $600. "
Cold w'n,l Jow tldoi hare frozen
many oi 1. 1 - itura around rew lionuon
lit tiiotr lltllo Mt. m,
Planning fymnionn or aufrraco lover
J.ittlo cirl-"'flierc, dolly, you mutt , Ha
atil! una ilcvi) all day, enuie I've dot to do
U'trly In llfo Pator Cooper broko down
1 lian prlnccM of her time ; nnd Carolina I thr'sp dllTorcnt kinds of buitncu, and'
f r.a Annunclado, tho wife, ol Murat, i then trlnl tho mitnufacturo of gluo. That
rJ&bonme quaon oriapiei in .hub.;
. 'ha routit' wldoflr of Alabclo ""hart-no A Kort.AVavnebont-hlapk. alitann vr
, -itn to dream, In wildett fancy) of th , r.y hit. bjon acroit tho continent, to Cbl-
'u'V" -waited nereif anu iurt v; , "-.'i'itXi'X' i.utra and Sotith
s.v d Jer w;rn mo. tit: iiir.il cnini n: AiiiMricnr. '
Ji-r jo.i'. tlio youriL'e't, nn inranl In nor
nrrm, Slio was loll witn scanty moatii
for their support nntl education. To tliuto
ho tlovoted all hor cnerglea with marvel
out .uecus. Strength, wu liuvoob'orvcd,
was the prominent fuaturu in her character,
and thit wat displayed In tho hour of
need. Nopolcon onca said, ''.She had tho
the head of a mn on tho shouldcrt of u
woman. Lo4e, prlvntlom; ' fatigue, had
no effect upon hor j she endured all, braved
all." Thc-u came at timet thick and f:i't.
Joseph, over kind and good, helped his
mother with all hit iniclit at ho grow to
ward manhood; while Napoleon, a rather
dull student In outward expression, wui
preparing, in tho military icliool at Pari,
for thut wonderful career which onabli-d
hlra, by Imnerlal decree, to mnkc Sover
eigns of his brothers and sitters, and to
confer upon bit mother, ut tho ago of llfty
years, the lofty titlu of Madatno Mere,
equivalent to that of Hmnrcit -Mot hor,
with an Income, of tuo hundred thntlland
dollart n year.
Are Prepared to Snpply Cntoiaera
with the Kent Quality or
Order ln atl Uallldar Rra.
Ko, TO Ohio l.Tc, or allha t'onl
Yard baluw lit hi. t'knrlt- Ho
11, will Herau proniil
Tl.a Tu "Montailk"
leamart aiany hour, day or nUhl
will trinic Coal aloD(aid
UUSHWAKE and HOUSE FUKiMI
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
i W. DV..I.C1, n. D. Ilea-
Ve IDENUK-C'orner Mnth und Walnut
KFICK-Corner With Street and Ohio Urea
liFKICK IIOUIIH-Frotn 9 a.m. In II m., and
WITLMAMR. SMITH, M
Tl ItllrllUKNOK-No.ai, Thirteenth re
etween Wa.liinxtnn Avenuw and Walnut Btreel.
OPFOK- 12B Comerclal Aitnuc, wpHfirn
HWARMER, Bf. D., Cairo
nF.SIl)F.NCK-Tnrnfr nf Nlnetaenth at.,
fui'l Wa.lilglon ave. OKFICB On Comtnen-Ul
ave., ner tha Poatofflee. OFF1CK iOUIW
from 10a mtu I'.' in., (Sundaja exi-entad anil
from i to S p in.
OJIHE RAISING AND MOT!
SUMERWELL & BAIRD
Ara prepared to take, conlraela for raUlnzor
oylrg ho tea of any a e or Uikcrlpllon, oany
other kindof Hnrk in Ihelrllne.
Tiny have all tha michmery appllaneea for re.
inoim or ruis ng houaes on ahorl notiee, and a.lc
oahaie of public patronage, oortlf
-I POLITICAL LOVti t'KAST.
Tla iUair Uaatuuet, at SU Loult hut
Saturday night wai a political lov
feast, and the convivial bowl passed
from hand lo haud around the jovia!
circle of n peculiar mutual admiration
In tho midst of thu rov.ttcring com
piny fat Frank Illalr, tho obMjrvcd of
all obwrvcrn, and clo.-e by hit side.
Henderson, hi.t whilom competitor for
Mtnatonal honor. Here was a Hateito.
there a Liberal, and all around "iniling
well-pleaj-ed Icmocrat.. Itwabagath'
ering in which white, gray, und black
'. i if
spirits mingled, nnd irom wlucli was
czpvllrd by a generous flow of wit
ami wine tho dovil of jKjlitieal rnncor.
The orators wore elotitieut, und none
inoro so than tlratz Ilrown. His sjitccli
was as mild as a 1111110 morning, and
hit praio of Mr. Blair anvthing but
ciiu vocal. wish lo bear thit (lis
"tinetive testimony," exclaimed tho
dovernor, "that for iter feet purity of
"character, for jcrfect courage of char
"acter, Frank iilair hut not his" eijual
"in tho United Stales !" Could there
bo words containing more of tho meta)
of genuine praise ucd? Ami who
can doubt that they arc deserved that
Prank lilair, honest nnd trim, regardless
of relf.iuturcat, when justice and right
weigh in the nppo.sito balance, is all
that fjov. Jlrown declares him to be?
Mi-Senator Henderson, his lato com
petitor for tho hVnatorship, was not far
behind Gov. llrown in the uso of laud
atory words while spcakiug of Senator
Blair. "A kinder gcittlomnn walks not
the earth," caid Henderson, quoting the
"words of thu play ; nnd mi nil his
whilom enemies rati on from one com-
pliment to another as fust as tho feet of
oratory would allow.
All these expressions of good opinion
must have fallcu gratefully upon tho
carofGeu. Blair, and to tho outside
world they will convoy tho imprcssiou
that the ways of Missouri politicians
are peculiar and pat fiudiugout. Yes
terday at dagger's points, to-day thoy
Htriko glasses with a "God Bless You,"
and iu utiity nnd drinking fellowship
will abido until to-morrow, when out
again will boiiio tho daggers, and "vil
"lain 1" he the watchword and the cry.
0Tho vintago on the Rliine for 1670
is a failure. German superstition nvors
that every year written with a olphor ut
tho end It a fatal ono for the vintugn.
Tho wino of 1860 was anathematized
under the epithet of ' 0ribaldl," and that
ofl870 will doubtless bo cursed In tho namo
Lurid. eer, tbo artist, is an Invalid.
Nll"wn has Inflammation of the heart.
Mrs. Ilazalno lately gave birth to a son.
Cruswel! bit on the bay. Ho drives it
air of 'em
Spanlih republicans eMUhelr new king
'Maccaronl the Pint."
Chang nnd Y.ne have flftaen 'children.
That's seven and a half'aplecc.
innio Beam thinks of sculping the lato
Prof. Seely, author of "Ecco Homo'' Is
lecturing on the British Constitution to
tho ladies of London.
MoVicker, of Chicago, will soon build
new theater, costing t60,000.
Col. .Stewart, manager of tho Ran ran-
(co Snllora' Homo, ana anomer man 1
wlfo havo run away with 920,000 belong
ing to the tarry lads.
The South Carolina, papa re aay : "X. K.
Scott la.t In war, last In peace, and first
In tho pxkvts of hit countrymen,"
A Baltimore physician's family, of 1 igbt
persons, Jwm poisoned on Saturday, it If
thought maliciously by a servant. No
Hon. Georgo P. Fogg, ex.Mlnister of
Switzerland, fell down stairs, at his borne
in Concord, X. II., recently, and was badly
An Indiana naimr nominates Mrs. Bed
feather, chlcfulneft of tho tribe of Mo-ro- singer straining herself In fact, and the
i...n.tl.ulti fne ii nm( nre.l,lenir. In "au reu nair.
o r - ----- r 1
Death of 4(uceis Klliabtth.
nv JOHN flCII.I..
Oucen Ellzitbeth it deitd. Il doesn't
make any ditl'ercuce how wo col that in
formation. This it fionu of our light
this nuarrel between tbo associated prot
and its rival. N o vo received tno news,
and that's enough. Shu died two hundred
and iaty.iTon years ago, tho 'Jlth of last
month. "She survived until tho vital spark
had fled, and then alio saw that it was of no
use resisting the Inscrutablo decreet of
fate, and so her unfetterod soul took lit
flight into tho mysterious void, and aettled
down In that bourne from which no trav
eler returns unlest he has a filiation to jerk
chairs around and rap on tablet for thu
benefit of modlumt nnd other long-haired,
Queen Elizabeth was a virgin avorgtn,
on seventy and yet tho firo gleamed at
brightly at over In her erenm-colorcl eye,
anudellcnte sheci of her finely tinted inu.
roon nose contratttsl at forrlbly at In her
youth with tho nlabnitcrof her brow; and
thn plugs in ber teeth were Jutt Hs.vnluitblo
atMneoll was at uno hundred Ad llfty
She had no small vlco. She did not'
smoke or chew, or belon to the society
for tho promotion of cruelty to animals.
And when sho sworo sho never lecepdcd
to the vulgarity of Horace Greeley )ueen
Kllzabcth didn't. When sho used pro
fanity, thogavolt with n (lnih. n olo-
f;nce, a delicate airy grace, and Infused
nto it a certain luxurious abandon and
rounded it oil" carefully ut tho corners, and
dressed it up with woll-e!ected poWleil
adjectives, so tlrut It sounded liko a strain
irom somo tweo; singer iik some swcei
A California professor Is writing cuaya
"on the fly's nose." A vorv ticklish nlaco
to write essays wo should' say, though pur
itan no noo 11.
Gotham Court, a buildlnc in Sow York
city, 231 feet long, 3t feet wldo and flvo
stories high, hat 11 population of 'JOOfam
ilios, numbering 1,'J1S people.
Mudnine (icrolt, wifu of tbo Prussian
Minister ut Washington, set n refreshing
example 01 irtia nrhtian ctiariiy intrant
furring to tho French fair In New York,
many articles of value unsold in tho lato
A preorlptinn was sent to a city drug
store in uiiyion, mo writer having auuec
a postscript 'for the cuidanco of the druc
gist, that it was intended for tho "relccf of
the Iwiullck. ' Bather n bad spell for tho
A love-sick Wisconsin awaln latel re
solved to drown himself becatiio hit cirj
went back on him. So ho plunged into
in river wnero it wai two reet deep, men
crawled out and decided to wait tllj
A Rontleman having n pony that started
and broke hit wifu't neck, a neighbor told
him that ho wished tu purchaau it for his
wlfo to rido upon. "So," savs tho other.
"I will not sell tho little fellow because 1
Intend to mnrry again.'
Tho huntort of .Slburin, whon proticd by
hunger, tako two plecet of board, and plac
ing 0110 011 the pit of tho itomtu'b and the
other on tho buck, gradually draw to
gether tho extremities, and thus allay, in
somu degree, ttio craving of npotito.
A mltor worth $20,(V") dk-ii In hnox
ville, III., n-cuiitly, from unintentional
If' tit Ilia Broad-
Vste ft diversion
against uenerai ,nj 1 Missouri
legislature, by pi.N s ,M com.
mentlng upon .a .lob v t letter wrUn
in 1868, to J -,o Urondiicad, In which
bo declaimed s" j'iy against tbe rcron
itruction itit tf,,1Sr', S pronouncing
thorn alike jw V -tlitauonal and revolu
tlonary. 1 1 r - tho uttack liko a truo
man'and Its f . rpily by.th,o,ontimcn'.s' of
tho letter In tri following remarks:
Now, sir, totter, which has been
referred t'Hndod that tho military
should be mail o undo their usurpations at
tho south. I 1 so still, and you havo
only 15 vuqsirj., up irumiuotoutuand
their woferl. n 'fVidono. (Aprlruisc.)
are coJa'W.d-the plu. W.. Urnuk'
With the bloOfi of tbo rnnquiA tUof
tbo south, will disperse tliemsoiveN an
instant, If not sustained by tho bayonet of
tho federal gavernmeni. inero 11 no 11cm
In that letter that I tako buck, nut I stand
bv It. I bclicva in tho construction civen
to tho constitution 01 tno United States by
the Supremo court that this reconstruc
tion was unconstitutional. My hopo
in going to congress, If I tnouid attain
that high position, is that I may aid In
withdrawing the trooDS from those south
ern states which are bold then to saddlo
upon tbo backs of the people parcel of
carpet bagger and scalawags, followed by
an Ignorant mass cf negroes; and to provo
to thu noonlo of tho south, who have
shown a disposition to abide In good faith
by tho arbitrament of arms and runow their
allegiance to tho govormont, that thoy will
bu allowed to roaumo self covormont them
selves, as wo bavodonoln Missouri; and
wnllu I may not expect to carry with mo
tho uentleman from, St. Louis. I believe
(hut wn can casilv nnd certainly count no
on tho co-operalfon of the large body of
liberal men who assisted us in relieving
ourselves from similar tyrannies In tho
Stato of MiMonrl.
Aiaothar Mtory About FarracaU' Il
Washington Correspondent of ibeNMaatald.
A New York wl bna r Bow btrraYwbo
was u intlmato friend of the lata) Admiral
Farrairut. and who was with him in hit
last moments, (ells the following story: A
i.w raomont bororsrarrflgucaiaajno lotaj
hit fn that ho would liko to aeo a clergy
man. Thnro wn.t an Irish sorvant cirl In
thu room nttho tlmo, nnd before Mrs. Far
ragut had time, ta comply with tbo AdmltM
al . tMuoat tho servant girl had Borotn
C , c,rrlesl Bt tliobodtldo of tho Ad
miral. Hn entered tho room unobservod
hy tho Admiral, and proceeded to porform
thnsorvicc peculiar to Ms Church.' Ttt)'
Atlmlra suddenly opened hit eyes, looked
iteiidfet'Iy pon the priest, vrved hi
land Jfdatd In a clear volcot 11 Go away
sir, you aro not my pilot.'1
A father ft hot tor III Child.
A Rontloman named Sexton, 'accompan
1 by his ion. a brieht bov four venra nf
arc, got on tho train nt Bowling Green
Wednesday nlcht with tho Intention of
going to his wife, at Clarks ville, where
jhehad been visiting somo friend The
little bov bntvunlni. .tmnv 1.1. e.V..
allowed him to lie down upon bis seat,
covering him with his overcoat, in which
was a loaded rovolvcr. Ho then took a
seat opposite and a short tlmo after tha
child, in fooling tho coat, took the revolver
from IU pocket, and In nlavlni? with it ono
of tho barrels was discharged, thu bul
let Strlklnc tbo child's father over tha ave
and passing through tho head, causing In
stant death. LouUtilU Qmmertial,
cencrosity, Ilo. drew " bank chuck of
S-'iOD instead of ."(, to present to a nephew,
nnd vfltitiKlin found whitt hn ha t done, hn
cried, "My tiod, I um n ruined man " and
very appropriately died.
The Confederato cotton loan, rcdeemit
able in gold hy Mr. Jotferton Davit's gov
ernment in 1M)3, is .till bought ami sold
on tbo Loudon -Stock Kxchanxc. There
nra '.',133,700 of It In tho London market,
which cost the subscribers about ninety
per rent of Its nominal value.
Thooxtcnslonof woman's sphere. (Fond
mother to visitor.) "A for Susie, tbero.
my dear, she's soulcvorl phvsios her doll
regularly with dirt pills, and lias just been
1 and amputated one of the poir dumb
thing's legs, ami 10 wn nro going to mnko n
doctor 01 her.
The inscriptions found on Easter Island,
which have been supposed to present traces
of tho lost tribes of Israel, havo been deci
phered by professor Huxloy, who tlndt In
them imprcttiont from molds used by tho
Poly ti in In ns In printing pitttcrns on tho
tspa cloth, thu ancient dros of Tahiti.
oppoiltlon to .Mrs. Victoria Wood hull.
George Washington Ctntls Lee, tho old
est son of tho late General, has accepted
the presidency of the Washington Uni-1
vcriity In Yirginlu. llu is ihlrty-uino
A Buffalo woman hat buried hor lovo
"on tho strand ot thu deep, dark ocean of
mad despair.'' And what makes the mat
ter "voro"lio say o In a poem.
The XotUfjr of Mapolaon I-
Carlo Bonaparte and Letltia Bamollni
were his parents, llioy pad loved and
been betrothed when she wai only fourteen
years of age; but their famlllot wcroactiva
political antagonists, and tno marriage
was deterred tor about two years, wncntno
l'noil party to wnicn carlo belonged, be
came ub.solttto matters or Corsica, and
active strife ceased. Thoy wore wedded
in 1770 by thu Archbishop, and received
tho blesing of her parents at tho nuptials.
Count "Morbtcuf. tho eomiuoror, was
made (iovornor of Corsica, and Carlo
Bonaparte and his family wero highest on
hit li.t of personal friends. Tun years
after that conodest tho Corsican nobles
sent Carlo to Purls at thulr representative
iu thu popular branch of tho Imperial
Government of France. Leaving Letitia
in chargoof their crowing family, ho took
Jwoph und Napoleon with him.
nicy crossed tno sea 10 x.egnorn ana
Journeyed to rlorcnce, wheio tvnrio re-
ceivod irom mo uranu jjuko, s.eotoiu, a
letter to hit sitter, Marie Antoinotto, tho
Queen of France. Sho made Carlo n wel-
como guo.t al Versailles, whon Napoleon,
then ten years old, first looked upon thut
gorgeous palace of which ho was attcrisard
the maitur, carlo leu oosopn in a tciiout
at Autun, and through tho Influence of
Governor aiorboout no wst uuowcu 10
nlaeo Nanoleon In tho military Academy
at Brlrnuo, where tbo afterward eminent
I'itclicgruo was ono 01 nii.instruciort.
Six voars lator a heavy weight ot mlt-
fortune fell upon Letitia. Carlo wa at
tacked hy the disease which terminated tho
life of hi most illustrious son at St. Hel
ena thirtv-six year aftorward. Ho went
alono to Montpelier, in Franco, for advieo
und remedies, and thero he died, in 1783,
MinliT tho hosnltahla roof of a girlhood
companion of Letltia, tho mother of tbo
celebrated Marshal Junot.
When Car o died. Let tia wat not thirty-
live years of age, nnd had been tbe mother
of thirteen children. Five ton and three
daughters wore yet living 1. raco of mon
arch who occupied thrones and lott thorn
during ono ol tho most wonderful historical
(ramus, enacted in tno space 01 ten years,
tho world hut ever known. She saw them
ri.40 nnd full whlio tier trcsto wore yet
dark, and tho beauty of her youth yet
bloomed on nor cliceks and sparkled in nor
eyes. Hor sons wero Gulseppo, or Joseph,
Her chignon was burglar proof. And
often in tlio dim twilight of evening, when
the sun had sunk to rust, when tho western
sky wat filled with tender radiance and
lambent light, and tha bulbul woood thu
rose in tho back yard, sho would sit down
and play a fnwnotetsipon her iiarplchord,
or white n Litin hymn or an cstay on tho
Hitrrison boiler. Sha wat uppotod to bo
tho author of "Bock Mo to Sleep, Mother,-'
and "Beautiful Snow.'' und '-Five 0'olo. k
in tlio Morning.' But nevertheless tin
wn a very ottimihle woman, and with all
hor faults w lovo hurstlll hotter, Indeed,
than if sho wu fooling around.
Queen Elizabeth was not proud. Sho
nlwuyt insisted tivn cleaning her own
toeth', oven if sho wa u quvun j and sho
nlwnvt did it onca a week overv Sunday
morning, with Imrown toothbrush. What
a lesson does thi teach tu tU win tire
vain nnd haughty and belong to th" Aui
fou Sho nuvcr forgot that sho wat moro
pcriahablu dutt, and that thu nheep and thu
tllk-worm wore her linn clothft long l.
foro sho got them. She ron 1 every Sunday
school book thut taught tlielo I'aeU ; und
eho once trol on Sir Walter Batelgh't
cloak to reinlnd lifm of thorn Jiocuu.t' ho
wat so set up with hit now I'tiioy ea..!-
Queen Kllznbeth wai not sorry to !l".
She forcuw that George Fr.ineit Ti-imi '
was coming to Knglnud, and shxsald to h r ,
physician thn'. the would prefer tho c;. In r- )
Intr peaco of the cold anl allent grav- t" 1
threo week , of Georgo and tho Alabsma
olnitiis oontruvorsy and tho Schluolg
llohltilu r(tiettion all at tho sntno tltna.
Her last words wore, "Kill Horace Greo
lov before ho has it eham-o to write 'Whit
I know about Farming.' " Thero wus not
n dry eyo in tliat second story front room.
Everybody wat thinking how Impouililn
it was to carry out her dying request and
to escape so much inlotry.
But tho has gone now; sho hat left us;
wo seo her no moro. Perhaps it Is for tho
best. Shu wusii vigorous woman, nnd if sho
had lived she might havocomu to Amer
ica, and wo might havo given Jhor otloiieo,
nnd she might have practiced around hero
anil flogged 111 lll;n tho very nation. For
sho was a woman who followed closely In
The llnutrhlcr or Aarou lltirr.
Theodoiia Burrs hi lit of life wero
much liko thoiu id Mrs. ICemblo. Sho
was ifiiinous walker nnd skutor, and av
compumed her father oustiootiug'txeur
stona. As n horse-woman tho wat unsur-pa.'-'d;
and on her vi.lt to her New Eng
land friend 1 sometime uttonUhed tho
qui' t neighbor by riding over thu country,
t.tking walls and ditchci In living leap.
Yet thu wat, in the best some ol tho word,
fumluine, and viientially a lady.
Thu lust days of this grand woman were
very ad, and hcrfuto l oven yet wrnppM
In awful obscurity. It it only known that
whe'i r"';en In health ami almoat iu
lie.ut, b; tho Iota of her only sou, alio em-1
b irked i'rou'i Clmrlerton to Join licrunlmp- 1
py futhor In New York, on a s i all sailing
vuasol, iit'companled only by her physician
and servant. Thut veel was never heard
of more, and it bat always been iupiioed I
that It foundered in a g.tlo oil' t'.tpo ilatto
rai. But somo twcnty-llvo or thirty year
ngo, a suauiau dving in a hospital at Now I
Orleans, confusiixl t having houun pinto,
and among other irrriblo tbuiga lie told of
lilt ship having run down a schooner Iwuud
to Now York from Chnrh'ttoii, and of hav
ing ti'tittlod lur after taking peiou of
Tlio few p;n. enters, ho said, and oicli of
tlio crew aa wero not inclined to cnlWt un
der tlioir blr.ek banner, thoy coiuptdlud to
walk the plank. Among the paticngort
Witt ono lady, who remonstrated uguin.t
having hnrhand hound and being blind
folded, promising to oiler no re.Utanco.
.So thoy let hurhavo hor own wav, ho said,
aiid tho steppe 1 (iiiiotly on tho plunk, nun
with her eye. wldo open, walked off Into
tho ou. I have always believed that tho 1
woman who metliur fate in this gruud Bo-
man way wu. tno daughter ot Aaron liurr,
Ilacollccllona of Oantgssliote
Hero aro a few extract from Don
Quixote: "Beauty in a modest woman
Is llkn flro or a sharp sword at a dlstanco;
neither doth tho ono burn nor thn other
wound those that como not too cloio to
f'ICcep your mouth shut nnd your eyes
" 1 no absent feci anu ioar every 111.
"self praiso deprecates.
"Thn. dead to the bier, tho living to
"All women; let them he erer 10 home
ly, aro pleased to near tuomselve cele
brtttod for beauty.
'Squires nnd knight-errant are lubject
to mucn nunger anu iii-iuck.
"Liberality may bo carried too far In
thoso who have children to inherit from
"Virtuo It always moro persecuted by
tno wicked man beloved or me rignteout,
"Every ono 1 tho son or bit own work,
"Honey Is notfor tho mouth of an ast.
"No padlock, bolts or bar can secure
maiden so well as her own reserve.
"Wit and humor belong to genius
"The wittiest person In the corned v It
no ttint piays tno 1001.
"There Is no book to bad that but tome
thing good mat bo found in It.
"Wo aro all ut good a God mado us, and
oltentlmct si great deal worse.
"Let tho hen Htc, though it bo with
"Wu cannot all bo friar, and various
aro tho path by which God conduct tho
good to iiuavcii.
"Covctousuo burst the bat;.
"n 1 easy to undertake, but more
ilffflrtilt to llnllh a th ng.
"Thit torm applfo equally to all rank
.1 iiunvi-r igm'rniiia 1, vuiCTtr.
"By tho streets of 'by-and-by'onoarrlvc
at tho houto of never.
"llalwccn the yet and no of a woman I
would not undrruko to thrust tho point of
"Patience, nnd thufilo tho cards.
"A soldier had better smoll or gun
powder than musk.
'Other men's paint aro easily borne.
"A had clonk very often cover a good
"Pray devoutly and hammer on stoutly.
"When a thing it once begun it it al
most half finished.
"Lay a bridge of silver for a flying ene
my. ' Tho Jest that gives pain is no jest."
HO OHIO LEVEE,
J 4t E GREEXWALD ;
STEW niMFS, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet lion Wort
No. 248 Eut Pearl Streat,
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
&fjylt it roportcd that Mr. Charles Do
liuiiert', of Now Orleans, hat discovered a
process by which hu converts tha Juieu of
tho weet potato into it beautiful golden
syrup. From llfty .two pounds of potatoes,
witn ruuo inaemnery tor extracting tuo
nil the lirovullln.. fiialilona. And .n u-mo 1 J iico, by.tho udditioii of somo Ingredient
glad sho is doad, and hat four tons of mar. j k';wl on,y tu himself, ho lately mado two
bio planted on hor gruvotohold hor down. 1 aiid three quurter gallons of strop. He
To ' thinks ho can make It ut a pneo lest than
gs-Tho fair at Cloarllcld, Pa, consisted 1 cano tyrup.
ora call, a gooso and a puuipkin. W u
aro told that it rained so hard tho tirst
night that the gooso jwcm off tho calf
broko loose and ato the pumpkin, and n
thiof prowling around stole tho calf, nnd
tbateuded thu fair.
B"BiLi.Jo.vE8,"said a bullying urchin
to another lad, "noxt timo I catch you
alono I'll Hog yeullko unythlng." " Woll,"
replied Bill. "lulu'toflun much alono 1
commonly havo my legs and flats with
Syracuso to ,
Now York recently informed tho
tills. When Now York wat reached a lady
nppoared and demanded tho trunks.
Somebody has taken tho checks from her
pocket. Sho named tho artlclot iu tho
trunks and tlio property wat surrendered.
A Niive 1 t'ore.
Alexander Dumas published, somo
time ago in 11 daily Paris paper, 11 novel,
in which tho heroine, prosperous and hap
py, is untiled by consumption. All the
slow and graduul symptom wero most
naturally und touchingly tlescibod, und
tho greatest Interest was fult for tho hero
ine. One day tho Marqult Dalomleu called
"Dumas," said he, "havo you composed
tho end of the ttory now being published
In the 7"
"Of eotir.o. '
"Docs tlie heroine die in tho end?'1
Of course; diet of consumption. After
symptom, us I have doscribed, how could
'You must msko hor llvo. You must
1 change thu caluttropho."
1 "1 cannot."
I "Yes vou muU; for on your heroluo's
I life dopends my daughter's.
'Vesj sho hut all tlio vnrlom symptoms
of consumption which you bavo described,
uud wutcbet mournfully for evory number
of your novel, reading her own fato In
your heroine's. Now, If you make your
heroluo live, my uatignier, wuoso imagina
tion has boon deeply impressed, will live,
"Como, a life to savo Is a temptation
"Not to bo resisted."
Dumas changed his last chapter. HI
heroine recovered und was happy.
About live years afterwards Duma met
Tlie. unri4ritT ef tnta excellent nraDaraliAo
jti-ranyt,thr artlela mer otlered tothe uuUui
has hrtn demonstrated by thp wonderful popular
Ity II has ntlAineil within tlx trlefyear since tl
waiflrst tmnufixturcd. .Vol lea. than
that ho had boon mado tlio victim ot a -, i -;. ..,,. .,
..t i.. ..11... n ...i.i . .1... ..i,..i... 0 ,.-. . "it.il. uiiinaa. u vi-",v
S iu?" trunko hook, ktep them Twll I "troduco you lo mJ-gl-r,, she
aeh-New York'Tlu; checks were con, id- her 1 0 to yo if .e w .ho U.
11 i'n snl to turn to I Uliiviro i- 1 ? . '
like Joanna 1). Arc?'1
"Yc. Shu is married nnd hat had four
And my novel four editions," said Dumas;
"so wo nro quits."
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