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BY JOHN H. OBERLY &
FOUND, FOB KENT, ETC
On Fourteenth Mml and Ohio Leuee. a nockn
look oonialnlnn turn of money, which the owner
eari hava try Cmljln no Or cn dilbert, Attorneys
i viinr, Illinois), ODI1 lUCDlllrlBI property,
t'atro. nit., jb.it. un. jnitdiot
W. II. Morrlii.
II. II. Cnndf
Notary 1'ubhe and tt
AmhcIm 9SI,aitt,.10l 07
Aaecta.. 2.5I4.3MO 7!l
. PU(LMI, UAHTFOHtt,
Ahmim. l,nHl.llM 6
lliH.lATIU,i ALi .. V.,
M PLT.A.H, MAItTFOKO.
AH' 7,37 73
LE VEE A .Ml, CLE VKE A ..
AMCta Sl,73 fts
AMEUIC'A.V C'EXTftAl', MO
anmci..... ao,oe oo
Amcu 30,000,000 oo
JLIl'E 4e ACIIK.T,
AMMCt 1,500,000 OO
RAILWAY PAMNKKKN AN-
nuHAiiVli, t.-UM HART.,
Atmcf ooo.ooe 00
AMU - Sa,Si tig
Safford. Morris & Candee,
71 OHIO leiti:
Cut National lUntr,
IRE AND XAKIXE
IVixicara, 3V. Y. :
AMIII 1 1 ,13 1
Gormania, IV. Y. ;
Hanovor, TV. Y,
Republic, IV. Y, ;
am mm ttia.tns
ramprUlMK the I'ssderwrlsara'Aa-
YonkorH, Y. ;
UIETK .... .......7H,4
Asmms 7i.oo oo
Security, IV. Y. ; Mirine
..tl,43i NI9 00
fWMterri, Pwellinsre, Kurnltnre, Hull. on
Cor;oa,liuard at ri" m hionMi at sonnd
permanent aecurllr will warrant
t respectfully k ol th citistns of Cairo,
share of their patronage.
. s. hughe.
C-mco at first National. Hank
SO. M. rmixiN,
Buecotsorto i'arker A rhtlli.)
AnJ flutler In
Flaur, Meal, Hay, Corn, Oat,
Cor.lOtht. &Ohio Levee
BOOTS & SHOES
BOOT AND SHOE MIKE
TWENTIETH STREET, '
Between WashUgtM Ate k Poplar 8
Boota MdlkMi Mad lo Order.
Wanted, In any part of tbo city, one
large, well ventilated, furnished room,
with board, for n gontlemon, wife, and
ono child. Statu tormi. Referenco given
and required. Address, "Applicant,
JJur.irrtM office. )an213t
CW. DUNMNC1, JI. I. ltc-
IDENCK-Corner Ninth tad Wnlniit
HKKICCorner SUth Sired and Ohio Lcteo
OKKICK HOUKS-From 9 .m. to IS ra., nnd
IliLIAMII. MniTlI,II .
ItEHIDKNOB-.No. 21, Thlrlfonlh ro e
etwen Wanhlngton Arcnue anil Walnut Street.
OP HUE 126 Comtirjtl Atrnue, uj tlm
WAKII.VEK, .If. !., Cairo
UMHtriKN'rj(Virnir nf Nlni'tf rntli t..
urn! Wn.lilgKm t. OFKICK On Cotntnirrlnl
v-., eitrer thi I'n.toHteii. OKKICK 7OL'KS
from in m to M in., (Huodajn vxcviiMJ nml
from 2 lo 3 p m.
oiiio eevi:e, CAIRO.
FULTON ic HONS, - - Proprietor
Are fimn In full Opcrnllou.
Mr.m, Fulton A Hon
.11 kind, of flour or thn
Jill Kenl of nil kln.l,. (Ir.t.
or In ! iiuuttitr. mixl from the Un Khm
. AT THE
Cairo City Book Bindery
la reprel to
Mnrcur lllank Ilook. mid do Ml
kladt of Bok HlndlnK udRullnK.
7S Ohio I.cvec,u
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
m ESTATS ME&S,
J WI.NSIOX A Cr
(RQtc.r. to John O.. IUrmn 1 Co.,)
74, Second Floor. OHIO LEVEE
Buy and Sell ltcal Entute
T n. lUIII.LIRS A: CO.,
MurreMors tn K. It. Hf nJrl.-k. k Co.)
0 oimiiisrioii Merchants
Wlaarf - "ELQ&rt
LIB KB A I. ASSVANS'IM MAIIK UX CS..
a'Aro urrMWl to rweive. lorr. n l forw.i.l
fmnhUi to all pnlnu, nnd liny and .ril on coin.
u-lliilnf itn.lM to with trom.tne.
lUW.MllLM. DrtaT. I'AkKtB
jJII.f.EK A, PAKKEIt,
XXto.. Xlto., (
9To. SS Ollio ItiVi?C I
J H. HAUHLIi,
GLASSWARE and HOUSE FL'UNsSlI
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Cairo Turner Society
Bflreto announo- a
For Mosdajr Evenlug, Fob. 0, 1871 j;
ErerT'effort will be put forth tij the manager
to render tho occasion tho mo.t entenaininis and
recharche' affair of the kind erer held In the city.
ri4Av A. A.
riiA sen Tin: future.
Tho ncwa of tho surrender of Paris hai
created grcnt oxcltcincnt, although tho
downfall of tho city hnd been ox peeled
dully for mntiy weeks.
"With tho newt enmu tho ittnrtllii? In
telligence llint (lermnny propotc to re
lent tho apoleotu on tho throno of
I'r.mcoj but wo hellovo the report to bo
luniational. 1 ho Chnncellor of tho Oct
mnn Krnptru for uch Is now Count UIs-
nmrck'iomclal title has aim cnout'li to
carry, nnd should not bo loaded, In nd
vanco of lib notion, with tho odium of this
new crime against civilisation. Tho im
position of Napoleon upon Franco would
indeed bo u cruel Intuit and a bitter Inju
ry. It u enough thut tho imperial fraud
tolo tho liberty and sapped tho vitality f
urn prepared to lurnnh l'1 country Once, und that ho wound up'
i&wn&rXXlhUav'rb betraying her to her ono-
r ... . .. . I ...I... H.. I .... t
iiiivi. u t.innui iinagiiici any compula
tion of circumstances which could justify
the rchabitntion in power of tho ioot un
mitigated dead.beat known to history.
Wo will pcnlit in bollevln'g that better'
things arc in itoro for Franco and Kuropo.
The Kmpcror "William penniu uc to In
dulge till faith, fur In n letter to tho
Urn ml Duke of lladen ho Jiai just laid
that "Gerinuny neither wants nor is In
clined to IranigrcM lior frontier, tiho
seeks only itidejicndcncc nnd tho natural
advancement and welfare of tho nations
by tho extension of her commerce." If
Germany will but rtcclvo, in this, spirit,,
the submission of her nncicnt foe, a basil
will bo formed for tho restoration of lust
ing peco to tho continent. France, ut
terly broken as u military power nnd
pro'trato in her flnnncw, will bo furctd to
adopt h policy of disarmament nnd peace.
(iermriny will bo content '.n tho coiifclous-1
nci of her power and tho realisation of
her dream of unity. liar people will go
on and expend their new found strength
and vitality in tho peaceful dcvelopzawit
of freer Institutions. V '
Mn. Jxiir.s Da l.z : Li, of Ohio, Is anx
ious that Senator Sumner should bo tho
next Republican candldato for President,
and writes to tho TrilMit nccordlngly.
"Whereupon tho Trlbuxt says :
Mr. Sumner Is an abloand honest states
men, though tio (like ovary ono else) is
somfitimes mistaken, if he could only re
alixo that nnotlior muy ditfer from him, yet
nni to loiauy uepruved, no would bo a still
greater man thnu ho is. Our correspon
dent does not mean to inluro ornnooy Air.
Sumner by nominating him for Prident;
yet that will bo tho effect. It Is not yet
time, by a full year, to trot out candidates
for next Prcsidvut.
A Few of tho lawyer of tho Statu havo
been holding a convention at Springfield,
for tho purpose of inducii g tho Lcgl.la
turo to rcqulro tho term of tho Suprymc
Court of tho Stato to bu held ut tho capital
only. A committee of ten was appointed
to memorialize thu Legislature upon this
Tho President ha nominated Commo
dore Win. It. Taylor to bo Rear Admlr.il.
Joe Juilvr.on onco played for four dollurs
Tho father ot tho latu Peter Rlchlngs
was a Vlco Admiral in tho Uritish navy.
Gallon's doctrine of Hereditary Genius,
illustrated Grant' on at tho foot of his
clas in tho military academy. Ghkayo
David C. Sprlgg, cashier of tho 3Iechan-
le '""' Hnkof lJaltimore, died on
Saturday, aged olghty-four year. Ho had
iovn cu,,or or thlrty-llvo year.
Phebe Haubtr, nlnety-flvo years old, ro-
siding at HomoMvillc, N. Y., has JJvftl
with her husband slxty-idght years, and
1 count up ono hundred and forty-live llv-
Field Marshal Count Wf angel is tho
oldest soldier In tho Prussian army. HI
marriage of 05 years has, wo believe, rc
Milted In several Wrangols, though his
marl tal rclutiona havo been without a
I wm. iinrrott, u rutlroil tobacco mer
i chant, aged eighty-four years, and ono of
tho wealthiest citizens of Richmond, Vir
ginia, was burned to death on Frtday af
ternoon, by his dressing-gown tuking tiro
whilo sitting In his studio.
A well-known Radical Sonator is noted
for taking two cock-tail in succession,
before breakfast. Ono morning, whilo Iho
Senator was practicing ut thtf Alulropoll
tun bur, a friend put to him tho portinent
question: "Senator, why do you. tako two
cocktails as a custort. 1 AVou't ouo do you ?"
Tho Senator drew himself up: "I will tell
you why I take two cock-tails Whon I
havo taken ono It make mu feel likq nn
other man. AYoll,you ico, I'm bound by
common courtesy to treat that man, so I
take r. second."
cAnna Dickinson says alio proposes
giving nowspnper men that talk about
her, '.'tit for tat.1' Sol Hllor. Kama
editor, replied to thi by saying: "AH
right, Anna, wo'll tradoj hero's your tat."
if : THINnJH AWiOAT.
Omaha talks of rer.ting o,iiaw theatre,
"Wichita, Kansa,- b to have anolher pa
Graa islwo lnchhjy t!a valleys
California Km 168 'grlit-miiu' nd 417
saw-mlll.. V-J 'VX?" R
Clinrlcston S. C, wants a paTd lira de
partment. ; i . .
The old settlers of Chicago' arc forming
llutfulo meat Is selling In Kansas City at
flvb" cents per pound.
Coal has bean struck atPofatan'cllo, Iowa,
at a depth 160 feet. ' .'.
Ah Imtnonio woolon manufactory Is to
bo started soon at-Ft, Scott. ,
Cunins haVjl)l30emHloJeacicrs em
ployed1 In I U public schojU.
Tho winter io far has been unusually se
vcro it tho Utah, valleys. j
cw and rich silver mines havo been
discovered at Halston, Now Mexico which
yield,' without proper mining tools,' t$2fi 8 2
Tho houso.ln which Napoleon Jionaparto'
was born at.AjnccIq, in 1766; is still stand
ing, and Is ono of tha Lost in Corsica.
Several attempts havo recently mado to
lire Washington University, Jn St Louis,)
by some scoundrel who unfortunately, hai"
not yet boon detected.
At Indianapolis all tho packlng-hauscs
,havo clo.el operations but one. Tho total.
number Of Iicks killed to date if 89,705.
Toledo indulges in "mush and nilllc
suppers," at great , expense, tbo piocceds
being dovotu'l tu tho increase of Sunday-
An Insane man leaped from a railroad
train In Missouri, lost' week, whilo It wai
running at tbo rato ofrtwcntT-altht mllc.
an hour, and was not seriously lajarcd.V
.Governor Safford iotATtBOM,Tlnllii
annual mestag, recommcnu.aj of.
cxtcr'rtlnaifon'hg'htost th'S'A'pacho Indians,'
and favors tho employment of volunteers'
,or umpurpo, J j Q
ti, ..Lrri-. ,i. r ,.
Tho prospect for the completion of the
f t . -I ,. n . . I . .
itu narvvtv niuuir iiuuiuu nru vi bug i
very best. About all of tho house north I
ot l'ougbkecpslo.aro over uair run. uver
. i j. ,
two thousand men arc now at work.
r-rTho (Uatmshlp cubsidy bilk bow beforo
congro'i foot Upl S87,opOOoKfor, periods
wnglrigfrom'tch fo'twehty ycafs,' an'dln
sums from 5100,000 to $1,200,000 per
rn'. RAIL ROAO$;; i,
Tho Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy
Kail road Company has 'Just completed a
very neat and substantial depot building
It has been dctidod by tho Court that
Warren county shall issuo bonds for $200,
000, voted by tho county In aid of tho
Rockford, Rock Island and St. Louis
lUilrood.- Thomachlne shop of - the
Company aro to be locatod in Monmouth,
county scat of Warren county.
Tho Cairo and St. Louis Short Line
Railroad was opened to business on tho
1th of Decembor, 1870. and up to tho
present time has carried an average of 100
through passengor and 800 ton of freight
The recent tortu in tho North deranged
the telegraph lines on many railway. For
tlirco dayajho Michigan Central was run
in tho dark ; and so perfect was it man
agement, that nil trains, paiiengcr and
freight, wcro on time, without delay or
accident. Two, and sometime throo lq
comotlvcji wcrQ Put ou when occasion re
quired and tho usual amount of freight
carried over tho Hue'.
siiriiicui os vournoilKr, -r
Thu man of the day at nretont i Vonl
Jioitkc, and t urn afraid tu say what; tbo.
count aoc not receive uaiiy from Ills ad
in I re r is In Kngland. The other day It wa
so mo bottjes of a patent elixir for. the pro
longation of his Ilfo son by an EnglUh
lady. Tliun thoro wa a book of water
color by tho delicate hand nf a fair Scotch
darasol a ii token of her admiration and
veneration. Photographs and photograph
ulbums arrive without numbor, and re
quest for locks of balr (tho count I quite
liild) aro cf frequent occurrence. Rut tho
most Impudent .request of all was that
contained In a letter from ono of our
American cousin in Now York, which
ran something nj . fyllows i' ''About 10Q
chassopots, would be very (acceptable 'for
my" show, mid ono of each of tho dlfl'orent
French uniform i absolutely necessary,
all now If possible. A you havQ so ppiny
iiiltruilleur yon might! porhnps sparable
a few; T gucs they would bo very accept
able." Tho letter went tbo round of the
German ofllccrs, nnd, p rented no end. of
merriment, a you, way tuppeso. . The re
quest for tho count' autogarph aro so
his name nil day long I don't bolicvo ho
could tho desa(t.l(Udolipon'' blm,
Versailles cor. London Times, ' ''
t3f The best ulo for nutrition Las the
leu.t alcohol, "i The, Kogllsh consumptior)-
oj nio wtiiio orre pyr anniirn,ior.au age
of the whoo populativn ; of beer jn Bavaria;
1?3 litre per annum per caput, Well'
beer I a innocuous us water, Kino;
Louis, of RavarJituko four Jitreaof lager
at a sitting. Cider, moderately used, pro
motes longovity. Tho. adulterating of
wine and spirits i Immense. Port I
carculy procurnblorfor gold, but Noyr.
York annually soils twice tho whole nro.
duet, and London twice that amount.
gififflTi f OXS?"KNTEkTA IN3IENT
IN HONOR OF. THE NEW SEN
' ATOR, - , f
i jfrom the. Horall
' It was of the character of tho Democratic
lovo-fcasts of tho pldcn tlniu.v Tho entiro
fcompany.waii'cbmptwcd'bf genilomon, but
tliuro was uo.partkulnr c-crcrnony.pTlicro
wcrd.gcntlcmen la their fdll'dre'i and gen
llcmcn in tholr ordinary jpornln miu.
CoroorunrthoruiUHonnlft v,-M rrer mrj?oj
warmly cooiatHlatMl bthodlstlngulfh'ud!
noil than was lliu uutnocratio voter who
llnds It dllllcult to mako both ud in.-'ft.
.Sam Cox,i-ottlit''nf t be uhnrUtooral. llu
Is a natural-born Democrat In 'tho truo
(ignlllcauco of tho word." 711s petite llpuro
seemed to bo ubiquitous to-night, llio
party wnigiwn in iha inutuljii formerly
occupied by llavordy Johnson, but which
is now n nnrt of tho VliiiL-lon Homo.
b'am(was upstairs .-Inj m$ imoking-'rooiu,.
dawn'ln tho.lunch'toomAit In' thffcorrl-5
dors In tho cloak room, apparently every-
man fniled. to ltiisii his wgloumo hand.
I t H iHAXK WITH KVKrtVIIODV.
and vet when tho last man left ho was as
sober as a judtro. Thn nMeuiblacu was
largo and charactorlstlc. .It would bo al
most ns wuy-to tell'who of tho Democratic
party was absent as to give a list of th(so
who wcro pj escuU vSoininprornlnant'gt-ii-;tlemon
Ilka Oovernor Jlonman,r3Jnyor
'Hull andjBossT'wecd Jhad Lccn InVitcd,
'htlt they" did not put in nn appearance.
Tho party wa given in honor ot .Senator
ltlnlr,6f -Missouri, and ox-Senator lien
drlcks,.of Indiana.. ..Amoiig.thoio pr(unt
fW! oxifleoator nbndrieks, et-rferiator
nson. ofArkansiu; ox-l'o.-Un:ulnr (ion-
eral.Montgoniafy" Blair, Oenerals'Franklin
and Marcy, ex-senator Kuvurdy. Jnhn
Gov. Rlgler; of Pennsylvania j .lu.
-Field.-of tho Sbpremo Court; Uonornl
Jah Ward, of Now,York ; General l.clt
of. Ohlot Senators ITlUffuan. Casse
itnia: .1 u.tlco
Jnh Ward, of Now,York ; tienvral l.clc,vro
of. Ohio j Senators ITlUffuan. Casserlv,
llayard, Stockton, Johnson. ..Vlckors,
Hamiltonof Maryland, and !ir'; J ltop-
rcMntativci Fox, Adaon. Arch'if.lVxtell.
Jopk, JIggi.'Illrd.i llurr. ColkrrifCluvc-
land, Cre in, cox, wood, r.lrldge,
Gotz,' GriswolJ, llulght, llaldemun, Jlutii
111,' ;lIolman, Johnson, Thuuias' L.
Jonoj,Kccr, AInrlinlI, McCtrmlck. (Mor
can.l2iluni:vn. ' Nlblack. Poltur. ISeuvcs.
.Itandnll, .llogerf, Schumukcr,, .iilooum,
.StUea) Stone, Trimble. Van 'Auken, 'un
Trump, Vorliees, Wil., Kugeno Wlisr.n
arid .Woodward Thero' 'wai "Ki'OIiiyor
Jltrett, l'avmaster UtJiIlv and other
"Hera uro tho men,' said u Icadint: Ditn.
nratrulin.lll uoruiiiiitA fhnVmiict Tlmii-
I ocratlc'caridtdato'fof tho Presldeucv,.'.JUid
I . to-iha- loadlnSsnlrlts of th.i
I r .:. ...
party wltn a teullne; ol ; conscious .priac.
Tho South was not unrcprcscntod Thoro
wa runups, ot Alabama, Johnson, r
Arkansas, ana otucr wiioo name aro
not unfnmllllar to tbepiiblio.cr. Vunco.
of North Carolina was expected, but did
not come. Thoro wa no spcecli making.
Moi of toKwo present wortj-fiitnllllar with
aUth"ip!cht.'tlaU have boon mado, or
.tnAteahbenado.'' Sam' Cox was deter
mined to mako the occasion t a feast of
reason'and'a flow of soul; About half
past , ton o'clock tho u. tumbled
maise began to discuss tho good
things provided by lninehmt. Thorepast
was lavish. Tho wines wcro or tho best,
and for.a couple of hdur all wcht merry
a a marriage bull. Still thoro wcro no
speeches. Pooplo wondered why Senator
lilalr wa not toasted, Tho band played
fumlliarairt. Little groups gatbored heni,
nnu inero io aicuss mo cnance oi too
various randidato. for tho naxt Prutldenrv.
Thea;ojiteifjr tho Domoorntic nomina
tion iemd to bo Hancock and Hendricks.
Hancock did not happen to bu present.
becauso ho was not in tho city. -The IVun
sjlvnnia Democrats, however, epoko
warmiy ror niin as tue coming man. i ho
Western people sccom to stick to Hen
dricks tu.iho most likely candidal., Sev
eral enthusiastic .gentleman to hi face
poko' of ' ' " .
hk.ndi'.ick.s as tim: ncMorr.ATic caxii-
Ho bltubcd, but' sal 1 nothing. Ho
favored any mnn, comu from .what section
ho might, 'who could, If ad tho bouioaratio
hosts to victory. Senator IJlair boro lil
honor very meekly. S.uii' body t.il h'1
had capturl Cuiup .Jnuk.oitla .ic6ihl
tlmorwhnrcupon'ho replied that t'nis time
i;amp .lacKsoit una capiur.-a mm, iiiere
novor wtn'a more coiigonlal, Jolly party.
gentlemen utoncc. There, wiji llttlo ,of
IIU V'tif av.lt W ' 1 1 ' t lH'l-' II
pontic in wnaino atd. uc scemmi oonn
dent, however, of tho futuri.
"We are going to uotultinlo tho right'
rnOn thi time," wld Sam. witn a plat
form that won't fall upon thoo. '
'Then you will wcep the deck.'-' re
joined n sensible Democrat.
Alio lu.tivuitu worn Kent up till a latp
hour, nnd tho company adjourned iu loll v
spirits, full of hope for tho future. "
Nit Scringe oftlie (ilrl Itr:tuWi, Of their
A correspondent, mid a women . ivl-
dentli. tolU tho following story, which
well (Uuatratu tho fact that girl Suffer
constant puuithment aimply because of
A few morning since n, largo nod Hour-
l.hlng business house advertised for n
youiig lady cashier, "rapid and correct lu
figures; good reference' rcqtilrod." A
curtain young lady stepped i" to sen about
tho place; ho was talented and., highly J
educated, accomplished? Indeed. ' Sho1
found thoro would bo room-foru the; oou
slant exercise of all bor :tulonU, in the
said largo and nourishing house. The
situation would bo very rcpoiiible, in
volving a it did, nbuisiness of some hun
dreds of thousands a v'eir. n ill lio tl.oiH-lit
she could undortnlio It. Then it oaairred I
to her to ask thofa high-fed pjo-jilcior ,-linrityof this gevjr I the duration of in
what wage ho' oxpeclud to give, in this discharge, whilh continued for thrco
rcsponible place? Jut for ourloilty , hours, iu a steady stream five fi-oll" diam
ivhufdoyou suppoie' ha laid.'1 Mleu!J ivtfruud 115 feet high. Opixwilooureainp
?.10O, a year I That I lu tlmu $0n week. . Wi a .yummlrioal cone, like a beehive.
Ono tingle year of tho young lttdy6,seh'Kjl-' Mloit live feet in diameter at the lau'.and
Ingcosther over ?30O, and "sho went tu i with an driflcu ut the tui of !-'x3'l inchos.
chool over four year In order to fit huff
cn for work in the world,. Jiow, ifM ne
and blghouldrd'geritlcnin'tir'ri5's Ii8r to
nitko her ownllviiiL'. dress nlcelv. (iipnort
an invalid mothernnd go' to heaven at JuU
on :)00 a year I That Is what one might
call a little les than dirt cheap. 1 should
llko to see that fine and blgsoulcd gcntlo
man try it on himself a, whilo. Above all
things, I should enjoy asking! him how
he liked llllinir that bhr stomach of his oil
$300 a year: I fancy that in tlx month
"time it would collnpso so that ho wouldn't
MARVELS OF MONTAISlA.
Iln fltjxr. nn.iCunoii. ofllie Vcllow
tone neKlo"-lmi0,iallt ,Cove-rlc-Lecture
Iiy the Iloii. N. p. tMng.
Tho pojiular Inlorest In the subject of
explorations ofthu Rocky region was tes
tified bv tho lllling of tho largo hnll of thu
Cooper Institute, on baturday evening,
y.'itli otf.)rjh-tenors to the lactttroof tho
Hon. N. P'Laneford.upon n.-coht wondiT
till discoverlos in thVviclnitv of bond wa.
tor of thu Yellowstone river. Mr. Lang.
ford has been n resident of Montana sinco
1802, was originally from Un. i.la cuimtv,
X. Y., and wa appointed governor of til
territory in tho latter part of President
Johnson administration, but did not as
sumo tho duties of the ollleo. Tho lecturo
abounded In graphic description, and was
I An ex pidUton of ninek-etrponunt, in
clnditii; a'citvalry escort of five men, com
mandril bva lieutenant, and assigned fo
thodutv by .Mnior General Hancock, was
organized at Helena, and sent out for six
week's journey, last Ausust. Tho adven
liir-j was regarded a u very dangerous
ono, on account of tho preieiuo of hostile
Indians in tho hitherto tiuxcplorod region
which It wus intended to visit. Tho as
cent of tho llelt llangc, saiil .Mr. I.auirfonl
begau.frotn xfort 'Kllls Ait IrrcgiiHr and
tedious, leiullng through narrow detlles
nnd up sharp declivities, and over numer
ous peaks until tho summit was attained ;
tho elevation being 3,0u0 fci-t. From thi
point an amphitheatre of mountains, 51)0
miles in circumferonce, inclosing it valley
as largo a .New Hampshire, witn all its
uela ol ti unao. DoaK. uomu. rocw ana
river, is coinnTOlieude'Ht a clinco. r Fol-
Jowing tno rangu to tnu rigui lor iu nines,
thu eye rest upon tno singular depression
where, lormed iy couiiueut streams ol
Madl'oti. Jefferson nr.d Gallatin, thu Mia
sourl begins it meamlcriiig to tho gulf.
At thy. Jeft uro tho glowing poak of. the
.1 . : l.-i.'li- ...... I
i uiiowAioiic, iiiuiriiiuiuiiif iiaii uuvuiopeu
in cloud, or irlittnring with perpetual
snow. In front carpeted with verdure, I
l liu miigniiicuni vtiiiuy oi wio tiauatin.
Tlie explorer woro much Impressed by
thu beauty and grandeur of tho viilley of
thu eiiowstono river, and lounu cauoiu
rivaling those of tho Colorado. Tlu-y
proceeded directly up tho valley, encoun
tering many wonder on tho way, uchas
inimnnu waterfalls, columns of pillar ba
salt, llko the ' Giant's Causeway, and hot,
nnd cold, and mlpmir springs, until lu u
few day they reached u summit lrom
which they obtained a'vluw ot YeUowstouu
lako. and to visit It left tbo Will uu:inol
hull nn trail nnd pasted through a region
never boforo traversed by clvtluel in u.
Tim Ytllowstono lako wa reached,
twelvo miles beyond tho mud volcano,
and many days wcro spent In oxplorlngtho
country in Its vicinity. Thu lako was
ascertained to bo 8,830 leet above tho level
of thu ecu. It is nn expansion of tho river,
.and.i nbout twcnty-llvo miles long by fif
teen wldo. It abounds in speckled trout
of tho finest quality, and vast Hocks of
guesc, ducks, twuns, nnd pollcans resort to
it. It is surrounded by stupendous
mountain ranges, which aro approachod on
all sides by undulating plains nnd grassy
foot hills. Forest of pine touch It banks,
ut interval.', nnd It beautiful margin
presents every variety of sand
and pebbly bench, glittering with
crystals. cornelian. mid chalce
dony. Indians rarely approach it on nc-
count oi the stiporstition inspired Dy tuu
volcanic force of the vicinity. Tho Jour
ney nround It was nttended with ditllculty
ntui distress, unoortuo parly, Truman
O.'KvcVU, wa lost and lolt to his fate, nf-
tir n li.nr-nciircli bv his eomrndos. Aftur
thirty-seven dayi, during which ho nearly
perisneu, no was rescued oy iwo trapper,
who found him 111) mile from the place ho
nnu tiuvn miitcu. enow una fallen to tno
depth of Iwuity-tix inches, when tho ex
plorer turned homeward. They aimed to
ttriko tho head water of the Madison, and
succeeded in doing to, nfter struggling
slowly through the snow for ievurul uuy,
nnd suffered very much. Tim desiro tor
home had taken place of all tin ir Interest
In tho explorations. Tn the word of this
loctprur ; Wu had within a dUtance of fifty
iniJei. xvn thf grotet wond-r of the
continent. AVo rct convinced that there
was'rfo't nn thi'gVobo atiothor region when,
within tho,aimj liuit'., nature bud crow-
lk,mtieh otv novMfv at.d strangene'.i
uel so nmcn ci iiranaour nnu m.iio.iy who
Il'i1. then, of oUr astotii.hnu'nt on en.
terlng tho basin e,f the Mndl'on, and see
ing jut bofon tu nn Immense body of
.parkllng '.'atur projecting suddenly nnd
with tunillo force into thenir to tho height
,of ll'S feet. ' e had found u n'al geyser.
Hi 'tbo .valley IkiIom u wore i.ouo not
spring .of -various' lres, nnd 500
crater throwing out vapor. The
'geycr ffifs,, equ .in action
In'evory 'dlwttoii, projecting watijr U
varlouielglit. Thu'oii'llrt referred to
wa throwing from an irregular crevice,
nbout sev ti by ibrm feet, a' column of
wuter of cvrr'po!iding dimension to .i
height of 12.1 P'et. yarlou. niunes wore
given to the g.'Vs.-r. 'Duo was called the
"Fan,,'n itth'rcwup lu a height of CO
feet two, radiating bheet of water, re
pinbling a feather fan, "Forty feet from
this 'geyser is fiYcnt, connected ivuu it,
nnd two feet In diumetor, which, during
tho urnption, exp!', witli mud report,
demo masses of vapor. One of the party
crawled Into. "The Grott.s' lrom curiosity
not supposing It to bo a live geyser, am
l as be emcr';ed, hi wa ful lowed ny i"
eriiptlou of Exiling water, which, if it hai
I i.vprfnkuii Iiim. would have cooked him
Tho '('laiit" Is rugg d dpstf,
' prtf entlng la form a miniature
model ot Iho "Jiiiisetiin. mm, mi iijiciun,
iv C ut in diamotor. A rcuiarkablo neou
Wo had not tiupertrd it to bengoyor.tlll
one morning thoro suuumiiy uui up itum
Uncolnmn of water which was found, by
trhingulatiiin, lo beJia. feet Jtigh.'-Xho
GiatitW throws up a column. ix 'wl es
In diuiiieter to tho height ot'liWlV-l, T!.!s
Win tho highest of all. Thn ruy of i'iO
sun I'lltlng upon tho geyser iu action pro
duced an tulliilto variety of prismatic hues,
like broWHiprinbow. .Win.
N HATi.v lltting boots and thoes at
DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
Bale of Patsmt Mettlelssea
Somo statistic of particular medlcinea
nnd preparations, known aa proprietary
article, may bo interesting as indicating
ineir comparative importance ana popu
larity. Tarrant a Seltzer Aperient Is sold
annually lo tho extent of $100,000, and
Jayno'a altorativo upward of 150,000.
nail JJnlsam, 5-'U,uyv, ana uraiess
l'lanlation Rlttors, f60O,000. Hoitetter'i
lUtUrs aro popular to tho extent of $800,
000, and Hoofland' to $100,000. Of Hem
bold' Iluchu. annually, $500,000 worth.
u f .McLean' Cordial and Ayera Agoo
turn aro sold $100,000 each. Osgood'
Colagito brings In $100,000; Burnett'
Coconino anothot 3100,000, and Kenne
dy's Discovery nshnllar sum. Boudault'f
Popslne Elixir finds a patronage of $500,
000, and Jayno'a Expectorant of $100,000.
It will doubtless bo surprising to many
to hear that an article so apparently un
important its a flv-pnpcr sells to the ex
tent of $50,000. This Is tho annual re
ceipt from Dutchor's Lightning fly-ppr,
manuiacturcu in at. Albans, vt. iirown
Preparation of Ginger, $100,009, and
Hall Sicilian Hair Renower, $400,000
nnnuhlly. Anothor preparation, San
ford's invlgorntor, $100,000; of Trask't
Ointment, 450,000. In tbo pill depart
ment, $200,000 of Aver' arb told. SIM).-
000 of Dennett' P. and R, $100,000 of
Horrick', $IOO'000 of Schonck' Man-
irako Pills. 200.000 of Radwar and
$U!0,000 of Wright'. Ayer Cherry
l'ectornl has a trade of 51 50,000, and Da
vis i-rtinkiiicr or si&o.uoo.
Of tho yrup, "Mr. Wlnslow'i Sooth-
ing Syrup ' stands first ; it' annual sale
reaches $300,000. Smith's Tonio it next.
1200,000. Of Schonck' Pulmonic, 100,-
000 worthi told, and 350.000 worth I
sold of the Peruvian Syrup' and Scorlll,
Stillingia Ulood Syrup! Ayer( Sarsapa
rillu stands tint at $120,000. Townnnd,
nnd Hull's follow with $100,00 each : So
zodotit is purchucd to the extent of $100,
000. Brown's Bronchial Troches, $250,.
000. McLane's Vermifuge return $10,
000, Constitutional Water and Isaac
Thompson's Troy AYatcr. SJ0.00O each-
"A Puktentiocs man. In tho State of
Ohio, topptd tnkinc his local neper be
cause ho could get moto tquaro Inches of
printing for less money irui Cnclnaatl.
That man Is llko tho little Chinaman.
who, in purchasing a pair. 6L cow hide
boot', took it pair four sfies larger than.he
iield.- and cxnlalncd hit coaduet bT.amT'
Ing ho wanted to get as. much leather at he
could for tho money.'
Conducted ,y nx Hoard .oj Dinttenn
" Oommitttt embracing A katfrif
Uanlers and uium Mm
of tht HortAvftt.
Worth or VALUAHLK ritOrERTY to be dl-tribute-lat
1'encu (Jpera House, Mlantapolia
Certificates S3 OO !
Entitling tlx holder to one Una
o x; tja . xx G xro lata, o
IN THU IltSTItlUUTHON Of rUZES.
Gin, - . . 9ts,ooo
'J till'ta, VHck
And 04 other
l.sery certificate Ren il onee an einui.lto Oil
Chruino, an In chauce to draw either of the aboie
ec.UI.ntos jjud Ibrouuh the ,
KIKSr NATIONAL B4NK.
N. P. The drawing will bo conducted by a
Commute coitiKaod of crotlemcn noud for
their r.iKhrl.mni'Ul and social iHxillon men who
(iud n-.rn to lend their nstnea loaojf but a fair
and honorable Iran sietioa. We avMo J a iruon
Theotlker of the National Kxchsnse Hank.
" " lUtiW of Minneapolis.
" " " Ciljrllant.
" " " Kichnge andSavtnjisilaakel
Itoraeo riioiii.,oi, frrt't lstNstM Pant,
lion, K, Willms, Hanker.
I'xrUr I'.ino, luuker.
Wr.i. I'44sou. lUului'.
lion. iu, t.ee, .ioror si. i-ai..i'-1J0AIID
r. d.Mon. Proprietor Nleollet rlau,
Thomw LoMry, Attorney at Law.
K. II. Ames, Mnyorjif Hinnjapells.
II. I'. Well., Iil Cstale JValer.
T. A. Merrier, JTfJldml tUukasajidt1aTln(
XOIV 18 TUB TIMB I
Thi sm4 !ure in the Oimad Drawlar ora
fMlnc cif rJif Jl. on wiU toon bvooae. Btiiem-,-t
(hat the dr.iiodtk.a place HAkCH YXKST.
.n ihiitwhen the lull numbarol aswiaa areaold
it ill te 'oo lte to. avail jounaUeMhU oppor
t.inin toLur aeholce. Chroma faiSHutad.b.
(jln a prltn worth thousands.
Tin. n-lfict fdlmoaa of Ihla srraat aehema la
fully usUUlsbod and all who lnsi are or of the'
lrnrih of their uionev in a Una iwatk of art.
mid a rh'tneo to b:coiiie ilcJi at o axteaae of only
Two llcllar. . '
I'rciis.. J. K 8ICI.K, E. C. CL.4KKK,
I'rea't let Nat I .llank:. Seo'y.
IV r lufgriuauon and descriptive tlftalars, ad- ,
diits thu Uvucrul ilnKers. '
Minneapolis, Ulna, V
i A 1.1
The I'opsrtncrhip hcretuforo existing between
f. 1'ulilo nnd r. M. btockrleili, under' tha arm
luuie of F. I'e hl Ji Htofkdoili, i thla day dl.
olvod bv mntas.1 consent. F. M. Btockftelh Is
aaihurjtKd to collw'l all outstandlno; dtbu due
lo suid linn.
Thobiislnesof the Uto firm will l continued
at tho old staid, by f. if, aXUCKKLKTH.
January 19th, UtU J aaUdim