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BY JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO ILLINOIS, FEBRUARY 5, 1871.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
-VtVAW, OR NOBODY I
The Shawneelown Mercury has de
clared in favor of Hou. Joseph Mcdill,
aud the Golconda Herald in favor of
A Christian who has received a deni-
haro been induced to gooff at a tangent
It It nearly healed. It ai very Ihtor
csling to. look upon tho sparso llttlo re
minders, that thoy had gathered for tholr
chlldron, of IhH so Joyous a season. A twig
of green with a fow bright papors and
two llttlo candV Imaire". was tho iov of
Gen G.TS. Itarnu for Logan's seat in the I The Festival W.k-AnABtrU Christ
I . . . M A
it n irr ... I 11- Knnm A ariaasaui
mousc oi congress. re protest vHtilttS iiZKh.. rmll thn M,ll,lrn Th ;in,i .i.i, n.n
, - . i Nivmm a a an an ....... rf . WH, - mvj v"t' 'v -
mu Jiiiui( auw w mi t i m. r snvsiLiiMsr nui m m. v. vua I iinr ni ni i Aninrii (hit haid n i i iaivah
my shawl td bring mo near, 10 that I could
. . ... J u i a i a a uaiVAttA!'
ocrntie education ought to bo a liberal-! by meanness of disposition that, they Z"V1. kindir TemitteTto rnsko th.. a,,m,ro fu,,r whftl WM uch idHtsht to
minded citizen, tolcraut and possecd
PL O IT R
Ami Agml of
OHIO ItlVLK A.ND KAXAWIIA
jnxo. 7o ozzxo Xjiavaa
.'ca have no right to desert Major Munn be- following utrstt Mas a prttnt.? tetter wrltumi-y incm- L nuu
of none of that hcetarian bitterness i cause the v could nr.tin.luer, l.mran to nut J?H'"'B ? tlici
, . i : o i'--icniiT. interesting mur, uen Mine tr. bi.hjf i MlOUld nov
fMccuton.or AtisiA Co.,
General Commission Merchant
.. l.'t:), Ohio l,vwv,
novlltr CAIRO, ILI
1. 1). Mstlni...
ATirir.SS A; I'lIL.
K. C, Chi
15 Ohio Lctcp,JUAIUO, ILLINOIS.
Hoilttfnt -a i! en to lhfpur h.f L'I .:
F'.LOTJR & GRAIN
AO. it. iii i uw,"
rs',"otort'i r-ir a i'i.!tii,i
which, in time pat ha drenched
lands with blood, and hentincii and wo
luen to the PcafTold, and into the flume
of martyrdom ; but, it it too true, that
many of the Christians of democratic
countries, aru an destitute of the spirit
of tolerance ac the Heathen Chinee.
Here, for instance. :t prieit, wluj
cayg to his congregation : "Don't pat
"roniw that paper ; iti- not friendly to
"your religion'and no man onght to"ru
"ccivo yourpatronagewho doc not think
"a you do. Down with hini.' Intnl.
cranco this, the mo?t glaring poibluto
be imagined. Do Catholics all indorse
thi? No: ofcourcnot: but there
are many who do, and may tho Lord
have mercy on their intolerant souN.
Hut how about the other hide? Arc
tho l'rotctants all more liberal? .Vo.
Thuy, ton, have nllowetl tho leaven of
intolerance to leaven thcur In the
them into little political beds and would wnt, m wiiiberiuiwitnltiterMtlyiierlrK
. , ,, ,, , cirel of Irlcn4 In C'ro. Mlsi H , h
nui j.aj hii mo unrcasonaoie cms lor um for ,CrtrU)trloU4BUti u.on mr-ll-
some papcru j
V 1 .
n low nppio una
tore, nnd thought
cr cot ovor tho Jmnd
klitlni; that wj nhoworod upon
me, I cannot mconcll'j ru riijht to
electioneeringprintinK which ifcturm In tho grn4 KM'lui".f Vlenn., in 'hewor m much that U uiolo.yrupon.qa.
tl.-- ZJ, ma- bck( iiu ihomuad fxuifon on an trengr, I whp hty! nrory etfmrorl,. aud. loaro tho ,
r arr MM m"-mm... MMnfui Urn mm aU a nMortanltlu whieh I til. . .ui. ...., i.L
lint. i. ii. . i hi . flu fl.il 1. ftti Ji lh..ft fc.h..m.l...iillBi.inl..iliilill ! . . I
" . , , .... ocmi to mo tUnt.ni.IAl .mCrtlh thn vir
.... ..i...t icnirt' otacr ner rnfiioi Mm ih. haLiti or I -. ...
-u7 .u r.gypr ; mil no CHTDMa lh " tmoixwhom ,ho Tini?.K. lie every heart should te makd gladthoio
backcn. and Koncr and Lusk oaalil not 'BM AU4,r ' a '',0'
to turn tllfilr b.irl-u tinnn htm fw-inaA I mP PUT WEEK
i... .1 i - ! . kawifull of InUrett In connection
enccana lias no money left in hiil-im. t.. in.it m.itn... i
purw. Hy doing po thoy prove to tho Ibatlon of prMMtato two hundrod poor
world that they arc very ungnUftUlakUdran, ,efclr In a Frotwtaot school
fellow. As for The BfLLrm. t wof h tJr Tha large treo with lu burn
matter who desert ilajor Mans, it ,nS "-tP" nol a treo of plenty
lots favored'by fortdno itn'4 cirjum'tanco.
THE' FOREIGrM. WAR
will remain faithful to the last. "W
ai with u,.but only
.,.. , ,,. A, .. lU0 rapidity ot uv uisiruciiveneM, for
have nominated h.m an the Radical UUK with tlmol and fantastically cut brilliant viotirW on th-x .. hand and
candidate forCongrcssnian.at-Iarge, and paper, no candles vroJolcotho jurenile frightful diymoM da Uidothor, Induces us
wo inicimto Maun Dy him. I ho nom-!' ana glvo too stomach early lmproft- to. comment on'Tirwcuf trnnfallontte
ination by the lUspublioam of any ,,on of dyspeptic pangs; no swords nor I scene.
other man will L'itro tn crroa iHit!arnr. nr-rra 10 enn rort tho young ctvilian The French nation In tho snrinir of I
i a-- ,, . i
i .:, i , i i i into a soiuier bravoa .nor drums upon
l tion, a eonideration which must have., . . . ' 1 , '
Our i'orresnondnnt Dlconrsf oh
Franco uuil llor Trlbnlatlonn, and
Ilerlons it er of thn7.oiw oDII
7b M- Editor h the. nulUiiu.
Ihc arraUico now exiting botwecn tho
two great nations, engftgml forthopait
sovon months In a wsr,', unparalleled for
tho rapidity of Its' dlstrucllvenoM, for
Auii n!f r In
I'toiir, .Meal, liny, Corn, OatM,
Cor.lOtht. Ohio Levee
Ticket Agcn (tv
IlKI'ltlMrSTIX'.TIIKroLM WIVO LINES
Catholic church they can fee no good, j grcat weight with the iiomtnating con
and frrtfji among tho membership of j volition. ".Munn, or nobody! is om
that organization they can ?clcct no watchword and our cry.
IPI . t
man wormy oi iiouor. nils fpirii nas (
cropjied out in a very ofTonMve manner j
in Xew York. Would it be believed,
that thirty Protectant clergymen have
petitioned Gen. Grant to rctuovo .Mr.
Murphy from the Collcctorchip of .Vow
i'ork bccaii'C Murphy U a Catholic and
an Irishman !
Now, we aa-crt that this is a pro
ceeding which should cover the peti
tioners with fhamc. Tt is in tho spirit
of the day of Kngland, when devotion
to tho wce of Home was outlawry, and
endangered life. Why Miould not
Catholic hold a position in the He
public? The citizen who bows in worhip
of God boforu tho id lor of the Catholic
Church, ha? a. much right to enjoy
places of honor and profit as the man
who follow. the teachings' of Protetant
ism, or the citizen who docs not believe
inanyofiho form of Christian wor
ship no more, no lo.s. Wo know
which to boat an eitrly morning reveille;
no dolls with' pyes to roll, voices to err
our I and wardroboA to bo arranged ; no noth
ing that is to enentlally a part of Christ
I raw joys for American children, was to
I bo seen here, but every thing bad boon
WIT AND HUMOR.
Artcmui Warded that bethought It dono with an eyo to
rather improved a comic nanor to nrlnt TIKX PBACTICALITT,
Jolw now and thou. I Eaoh bundle, mcmberod and namoJ;-1 In mnu rural home, and "on evrrr liilU I Potmstbr, peHrtBeS dtc.
A lino In ono nf MM'. ..,i. contained cap. .cants, coats, shoo, stock- I side, of tbolr fair land nrc seen families' ids, DtuoaMATt
' Our couch shall be roses bespang-1 'nRi ihawl, hood, and a loaf of bread.
1870,-woro prosperous. Wealthy, and poss
essed of a miliary prc.tlcc ccond to none of
tho groat powors of tho world; In 1971, thoy
aro humiliated and pluneed in dWtrmj,
defeat nnd debt. Throushout their beau
tiful laud arc. heard tho cries of tho
wounded, tho wail, of the orplnn tand tho
Victorious though tho OrBian2'ar
-. N . . . . ' - ....
tho Suto Trfa,urcr, who has gone to Jiow
York city to purehaio
and foreign exchanga with which to pay
that portion of tho public debt which falls
duo In London on tho 10th of tho present
Tho bill to mako
tiihkc cexts rca WILR
a maximum rato of railway faro, which
passed tho Senate, January 30th, has not
yet bocn taken up by tho Hotue. The bill
is so small, and tho Homo so large, that tho
first Impression would be, that It would go
through In lUo throo iLua itjikfc m ooati
wstoB prunaea ror mrre read inn. bm,
If the Mouse of Kepraentatlves find any
thing small, it Is not apt to lenvo it so, and
It Is riuito probablo tlial lfio bill will fettrnt
to tho Senate, In tho course of thrco weeks.
with amendments commensurate with tho
members and dignity of tho lower IlotMe.
A RAII.W'AY COMNIMIONEUS HILL
is prepared, and will bo introduced to-mor
row. It provides for .ho appointment of
thrcomnmlssionors with powers to fully
Inspect all railroad affairs nndexojuto all
rai'road laws at tho expcno of tho State
It Is to bo followed by a bill to establish a
MAXIMUM HATS Of rRKIOItTI.
Itdi qulti' ponible, howover, that thia
latter moasuro will not bo roached tbla
Tho general deslro of most of the mem
bcri to put themselves on the record In
favor of an
assembly has led a t;raat many to maka
speeches, which' wswo anytbtap; bteco.
omlcal. Si far, howover,
l VO BTATIOITABT I
has beast voUd to membesr or eodualtttef,'
and, If thv'Republlcant had. noL znaaV so
1 ' 1 1 : . .
mnny prpmsea.io laeir friends, wa inoaid
have ttea' apartd lapernwsMrar clerks,
repeat this evory spring, ravcn-like, pro
phetic only of ovll.
MIU LAWVBR, BI(J TEACH MAN,
and a very Intelligent gentleman, says that
the prospect' are from "fair to middling,"
MR. COLEMAN, DITTO,
oplnea tbat there are plenty of live buds to
make a largo crop.
I ni1 many othor experienced fruit-growers
tixty-ftvo years and now
jui: talking of going to war with Juarer.,
u conquer .Mexico.
"I don't bllve it is any use to raecl
nito for small pox,'' said a backwoods
KuntuckUn, "for I hd a child vaccinated,
Hud hi fell out of a window and was killed
In !. than a week after."
Mamma," said an Intelligent littloglrl,
'what Is the meaning of a book being
primal In 12mo ' ' Why, my dear, ' re
plied the m -lher, "it means that tho book
will bo publMifd In twelve months."
.V limn with I'lurnn flntii)it w.. I.i.l.
III..! .Iti.ws. . 3 n.i.n.... a.I.i.m rtln..... r. t I ... ... ...
...... .,i,...h vi.-tt.iiu vi..r-v.i .-t , complalnlnt; that he found It hard to Ilvi.
ciiizoim. prcjuilice UL'amt tho latho- ''im mut husband vour time." mM .n.
lie, but it iiniut. Ihev have tho other, "and thon you will do well
led with dew" To which a sensible elrl When the speoea-makior was at an end,
replied: "Twouldgivo mothe rhoumatix. I1"1 e,cn cbildhad eaten cake and drank
nnd so It would you.' I coffee, then camo the clinutk.atfiuent
A eortain Now York paper haa had an F ,itUa U VtiU d Oratcken, by
obltuarj-notice of Santa Anna Intypafbr 6pona,B w o nutnoor appenaea to
the old man Is VMm ;wa jiiionatras and walked
Memphis & 3t, Louis Packet Co
n. r t nj; I'm t
City of Chctcr,
" w as flr
I Hello SI.'Uuls
I Wrand 'lotrcr.
m Vicksburg Mail Line
('111 of Alton.
I'll) of Vk'khlmnr,
St. Louis & New Orleans
Olho Ilrnncli, Tliompson Drnu,
Molllc Able. I'aulliic Carroll,
Great KcpiililU-, Ulcliiiioiul,
f ontineiitul, CoiiiliioiUM iiltli.
Tuesdays TliurdajH, Saturdays and
Will LUM) OH
IVpdncsdays, Fridays nnd Sundays,
Onnctcinir with lh Mnhllx n. Ohio Kllro.
t l.uliii'itu, .Na.hvilln unit Norlhutrttru Kail
rcwl t Hh kmnni with Hie Mcmphu snd fhr
. lin, Ii.1Shi.,i n t ivni!"." mhI Memphis
ami I.oiiin .li H.,nr..ii t Kl M.tiii.IiIh. bti.I vtilhtha
Ht. trhri, Whii iitiil ,trkiiiii nut cketRt
llii" line I'U'T, Ti.o
Will m ki-wiinwliou, l.o, w, ,(,,. Arl.-snii
nrr .n' l-t't l Jiioloris wild Soiilhern Hail,
if B.I mi. tw..i rivrr ami .Naw (inrM, iiackeu at
Sew OrlcaiM PackctN,
ri"ht to follow the dictates of
conscience . nnd. while a cition
liati1 their doctrine, he i- a mean
if he allows doctrinal difference to cre
ate personal di-liko.
Hut Murphy, these hypocritical Min
isters the.-e wolves in fcheopV clothing
thi'M) intolerant fellows who would
make nil men bow at their i-hrine-, i,
they tay, an Irlth Catholic, and there-
fore should be kicked out of official
po-itioii. Iitdeod ! Who are the InMi
Catholics of thi- country? If the
Pcck-niflian petitioners for Murphy's
removal will take up the history of the
Republic, they will ascertain tho fact.
that t tic iriili Latiiolier nave not tieen
backward in its defen-e. but
have poured out their blood
upon a thousand battle fields in vin
dication of its integrity nnd glory.
We know thoy aro a on-itivo people
too apt to tako offence jcalou- of tho
good opinion of other nationalities do
iiiandiiig all that is their due, and
.-oim.'times denouncing their friends nnd
supporting their enemies in social Hie,
but nlwavs true to liberty, nlw.ivi its
foremost defenders, willing to saerifieo
for it life and proporty. With nil their
faults and what tla of citizuiiH can
boaitfaultlossnej-s thoy iloservo well of
the llepubliu in tho defense of which
their nough.'' "I could do much better," was
mav the reply, "if 1 could husband mv daugh-
MUma tl way UnUlnK.. il.m ir.ri-klr. tlmv liavn boon Pclf.s.ieritioin'' and vnl
ii.rii,i.AivosiilTiu ..inl, ,Jilf ,,Uont (,,,, 0, f
Leave Cairo for St, Louis Dailj''tt.t5-1I4E?2.
tliu eontoiiipt it inorits.
l.'onnlinKlhrro with nil thn H tllroml. rnnnlnu
ciitiif M. Louis, unit with the Mmourl rivrr nml
C'BI A. U. KTk. Ticket AvH
(III J. 91, lIHllli' n nmniolli whnrruoat
OAS HO. SL.I.IK01S,
Whore lliroiich trken may Ik (irncuro.l for nil
jioiiiU Ilait, Went, North arvi honth, reacheil by
tln:iliove liiKior thruugh coniieclions male ly
Wit. MAM BKA5IT,
Ocnorul Ticket Agent, Ht. l.ouli, Mo.
Nor. it, liiTO-Utf
TICKETS F0R SALE
F.iltB from vrinnl, I.ontlouilrrrj-,
sanxstasv or (iicciiHtwii So Cairo
IIS 'JO. u
Null'onl, MoirlM &, Camlet', Act
KvEitY Democrat in tho Homo of
Representatives of Congress voted
against Mr. Julian's woman suffrage
motion. This fact will givo tho amia
ble Mrs. Cady Stanton a grcat deal of
trouble. It will always bo thrown in
to her teeth when Mio atsurts that tho
Democrats arc tho peculiar champions,
of tho right of woman to east tho bal
lot. Wo commishorato tho distin
guished old lady, and regret that our
party frionds did not voto tho other
way for tho purposo of giving her mi
opportunity to feel good and abuse the
1 FOR THE LADIES.
Tho foreman of the Janesvllle, (Wis.)
(lautlt U a woman.
A paper has an article hoadod with tho
conundrum ""Why do Wives Fade ?"' VYe
supputo it is because they don't wash.
1 f II. ,.,,11.. I .1 in-
t . ... w. ..vimii, victiuu uvriit in
- Montana, fulfils the duties of tblsoUlce
' satisfactorily, benides taking csro of a
fumlly of tlvo children.
! Kvry elrl student of the tclcr?rfili
chool oonductcl at the Cooper Institute
h:n found enijiloymcnt as soon asshograd
uatod. Women aro rapidly taking places
of the men on all the lines.
A young lady in Iloston, whoso allow-
unco oi pocket money tins been frequently
.. I...-. I... .U. .1 . . J .
cui nuri ujr uitj uvpreuations or pick
tiocketi, hit upon tho device of insertlm
in her portemonnalo a pathetic appeal to
tho ltitht-tlngered gentry, In which tho
privations itud suil'orinL's sho would have
to eiiduro (In Abitaining for tho balance of
mo quarter iroui gloves, matlnco ticket,
and J'rsnch candyj wero so foolingly and
forcibly not forth, that bor nurse was
rt'itorel to hur, Intact, on three separato
A C'lt'-MTnt Maid or the Olden
Tim i:. The following rjuaint plcturo of
.v rairo anu nappy country ilaido" is
now fomowhat obsolete, but Is pleasant to
rcau, iiuvvriueieis, at n picture or tho Ideal
m a uepartou lover ot rural lire: "Tho
lining of hor apparel, which is horself, U
fur butter than the outldo tls.uo: for
thouch sho bo not arrayed in tho spoil of
mo iii.-wuriii, siio is iiecKou in innocence
a fur better wearing. Sho doth not,
witli lying long in bod, spoil both her
complexion and conditions. Nature has
taught her that linmoderuto sleep is rut
to tnesouisuo rises, inoroioro, witn chan
ticleer, and' at night makes tho land bor
curfew. Hur breath is her own, which
scent, all tho year long of Juno, like a new
uindo haycock. Sho makes her hand hard
with labor, and hor boart soft with pity.
In choodng her garments, sho counts no
bravery in tlio world liko decency. Sho is
uovor ulouo, but is still accompanied with
old ongs, houcrt thoughts and prayers,
but short ones. Lastly, bor dreams are so
oha.to thut dare tell thorn. Thus live
ilio;aml hurcarois that sho may dio in
tho Spring-time, to havo store ot flowers
stuck upon hor winding-sheot.
away with an air of independence and
slf-atisfaetlon, to meet la 1h hall father,
mother, brother or sister, who, in sharing
tha bandlo, shareJ 'equally the honor tftat
had been conferred upon them.
Then, a few atenlogs after, I went to
aplaco where poor working mothori leavo
their children during tho daV wbcro
they aru wmhed, rombed, fed and taught
fir 2 cts., per day. There aro several
such Institutions In tho city, under the
management of titled Individuals, whose
names In letter of gold aro ranged upon
the wall. Here, iu in all these charlta
bio Institutions, tboro was no llttlo cere
mony as a prelude to tho main question,
A rniKSTI.7 FATHER,
with mien so meek and holy, nnd robe so
long, dwelt at length upon tho scriptures.
thanked tho high born dames in behalf of
the children for their aid. Then came,
often more than the llttlo recipient could
carry; but tho weary mothers wero In
waiting for thorn and solved their di
lemma with open bags and baikets.
I spent last evening at
I went at 6 o'clock, as Invited; but tho
weeping for their lost.
Tho Emperor of Germany nnd ills cen-
orals havo a proud- nation .at, .their feet,' j
but whllst'jn Ilortln, Hamburgh, .and Co-
Irtr-na I Si n't rum nut nt t.ttip ta t,ir A r.A
v.ai, .Mb tlWMI,',, yt ,wit, .gUIIUl.UT
and the survivors of tTio (joriuaiuhott aro
aro strong enough to rtaiiio the iaaorlljl
out of ariyextraraganca which thafkafe
not previously caucused aad agreed ; t
authorising counties to pay a ptetalaaa ht
fthalrcont apleeo for tha planting of forest
received with tumnUdous cxclumont, lot I tree, has passed to Its third readinsr. It
iuir riiioT. inow ininncivcs iungui.nl-
mous and uoncrous 16 their fallen fo
Flisthad with viqurtt, let Ineat howaro
aro tkaypravoke tba-Kemesls df arrogance
and over reaafclng aoivlKaa. Jn tho beghii
alf of this eaatUTTj-tht raatehlaM a genius
of Kapoleon the ir7eVrMror'Illm
and his countrymen a position which
might havo satlstlcd tho French nation,
thirsting though they were for military
aXKATOR TLA 00,
and Is recommended by tha state agricult
ural ami horticultural aoeiaMaa. It will
not probably be adopted hy the counties
or the first senatorial district,
A Mil has been introduced to build a
I'KN'ITKN'TtAUV IN hOUTHEltX ILLtXOS.
This sounds well, but tho bill itself only
glory. Dut, ;lntoxlcaUe ljby tha brilliancy ! mkc 11 outh ot tho Toledo, "Wabash, and
of his successes, tho belief that no power on
earth could resist his invading forces
landed Xapolcon Hciiaparto In St. Iluloua.
Tho First Xapoloon had long passed away,
when a representative of tho Napoleonic
dynasty again ascended tho throno. No
ano man will deny that tho administra
tive and oxocutlvo ability of Napoleon tho
Third is of tho highest order, nnd often
has huropa. trembled ut hl words. Hut
oven his powerful mind could not stem
the passion for aggrandizement, sweeping
liko n whirlwind tjvor hii countrymen,
and In an evil hour ho declurrd war
against l'russla. This step has brought
him to tho'' fortress of Wllhclmshohe, and
Franco has bocn shaken to her foumla
j HulamldU tho crushing of defoat, thuro
j aro cou'olations for tho French nation,
! It has boon said that tho French aro n
tree was not yet adorned, and I helped t frivolous people, loving only gayoty and
Tho Masonic fraternity of Tennessoe
havo projected a no vol plan for taking
tarn of tho widows und orphans of deceas
ed brethren. In each grand division of
tho Stato ono thousand or inoro acres of
land aro to bo acquired by gift or purchase
and tliis land will bo cut up into small
lots of ono or two acros, with a small cot
tiiL'o on oach lot. A portion of tho land
will bo reserved fur a sclionl.lmnan uml
church, thus making tho locality a sort of
community by Itself.
them arrange It. Tho presents wero
spread upon a tablo and the tinkling of it
boll told tho children when all was ready
and In burst thehappy, rollicking live
four boys and a girl. Tho bounties and
wonders of tho treo held thom ilrst at
bay. Then to the presents, solectcd with
refureueo to their improvement books
and models to givo tlrst nnd easy ideas
upon architecture models fur drawing,
among tho gifts was a medical work
writen by l'rlmarlus, bearing my name,
with friendly words appended. I had
carried a basket of chocolate
luxuries. Let tholr defamors noto tho
superb valour, tho noble fur'.l-1
tude, tho proud defl.tneo tho French havo
, rocontly shown under nppalllng dUa.tcr
... ,.., ...
aim wnen to le.ieu, ici tiicir iieintuers
Immediately copy their example, hot us
hope that a poworl'nlj.governmcnt may
now uriso avoiding tho lamcntablo errors
of tho past, chocking that "elf-glorlllcatlon
which Is over tho precursor of union, de
voting itself manfully and earnestly to
developing tho resource of their country,
und securing to hern Jut piilou uniong
tho nation of tho earth. Nona havo read
of thi torriblo war without being coin- i
polled to admlro tho dauntless bravery of
.1... 1. 1. .l Tl .11 ., ... .. .
tuu i iiiitjiiianvii. xiiu wurm rejdicos lual
Western road, so that It might not bo so
very southern after all.
Tho forthcoming report o( tho
SOUTH CUV l.VSAXX A.STLU COMMIS
show an expenditure of $50,000, of which
only a llttlo over $7,000, has gone to tho
contractor nnd about the ssnio amount
for land. Tho balance has "gono whoro
tho woodhino twincth."
AMOXO TIIK ITEMS
are $,V-M9,0t? to tho commissioners as nrr
..'.,.. ff.ia. il -.. ill . ... .A
........ .v .ut uiul'u uajiuiiivh anu ou
for "InciilentuU.'1 Tho commissioners ask
tho present legislature to appropriate f 3DP,.
1 17 '!! for the completion nnd furnishing
of the asylum.
ALL TIIK HEtT
of th tato Institutions aro asking for
largo appropriations, and it will rerjulro a
grcat detl of careful discrimination to
enublo tho mombors to record tholr votes
to thn satisfaction of tho people and tho
welfare or tho Stato. KM NOYI
Springfield, Feb. I, 1871.
to tho children, and among othor curious 1 tho fearful sutl'orlngs of besoiged Pari are
devices representative of various thing
or mo snails, bug and fish: and I was
much Interested in their distribution to
And that each, even to a flvo vcar old
ehub, was culled upon to give tho species
and Latin name. I did not ex poo t to stay
only to too the presents distributed, but
tnoy urged mo to tuko
and partake of soiuo dishes poculiar to
their nativo land, .Hungary, and to tho
Christmas. "We had ' tlrst wire soup,
wine water, sugar, cinnamon and tho
yellow of eggs cooked together then
followod tlslt, stewed; maccaronl cooked
with poppy seeds; then applo salad; raw
apples pared and cut in lino bits, mixed
ith bits of salt salmon, and a dessort of
cakes, with nuts and poppy tsocds Inter
mixed in their composition.
Is very, very cold, clear and cutting. Tho
snow crackles under ones foot.
I havo looked a few minutes this P. M.
upon tho seating pond filled with gay
gyratcra. I havo also been to see tho
Il.lllI.K BUI I 'S.HEK
Tihoso foot was arapufktod.
at an end, and fondly looks forward to seo !
that bountiful cily onco more the home I
of lltorature, sclonco and art.
THE STATE CAPITAL.
Slow Couches The Ttvn Hills Kuaclcd
A Llttlo Soiinto Hill Likely to Hp.
ppIvo a Lrtrgo House, Aiueiidiiifiit
jorppii hcoiioiiiyrroposPil .Soullieni
1'pnltentUry Soufliprn Insane Asy
lum Squanderers, etc., pie,
To the Editor of ihe Oiiro IMUItn.
of tho 'JTth (ienoral Assembly la prugiois
Ing with oxtroino iuoloratlon. If this mod
eration was Indleatlvo ol wisdom only, (t
would bo a sourco of congratulation, but
as It I an evidence of various othor attri
butes, it needs careful study to enable an 1
observer to Judge correctly concerning thu
probability of future good results.
havo been passed by both homos nnd ap
proved by thi) Governor. Ono of these,
the nioinbor have partly uxocutod by
drawing a portion of their
I'EU PIKU ;
and tho other is iu process of execution by
OUR NEIGHBOR, ANNA.
Sunshine nnd thn .Vonh Wind Croak,
lug Fruit llestroi ers-i.an t er'sOplu
Ion on the Fruit (Jiicsllun Cole
man's Illtlo .Venbi'Kiu'a uNo Tlip
Incuriiatp Spirit i f llevillry in the
.rson imsiiu.H tinicii mipsis it
I civ Heiiiiirks About i.hliigston, who
Propusih to Heroine n I) uigullaii
('ml Liter (Ml Proscribed fur Pi tda
lory Mght On Is An Editor ut the
Shrine of Hachii-, nnd What ho Of
fered Hii, nnd How lie Folded III
Tent unit SlleiHly Pasved Away Ills
Siu't-essor, All'eeted by tho Fumes of
Antecedent Sprees, Passes Into a Slut e
of luehrlly Alrxauder, the Son of
Dougherty. Ascends (lie Trlnod. etc..
Toth Eaitorof the UulUtin:
Tho little month of February mado its
I debut yesterday with
and warmth and bird-music, like the cam
ing in of May-day, but to-day tho
comes down from tho land of blue notes
and whittles around tho corners and under
the oaves as If It wero singing "God save
King Winter I" This chilly 'atmosphere,
not quite freezing, suits tho wishe of our
If tho too ardent ray of oht .Sol wore to
continue long, tho dolieato poach buds'
might peep out oro .luck Frost had drawn
oil" his forces.
Tho croakers who annually chant a dole
ful dlrgo over tho
ruined rnuiT chop,
havo boon going absut liko mournera who
cannot bo comforted, '-Thoy say" that
I tho peach buds aro all killed. But they
I pcak In hopeful terms of tho prospective
occurad hara a temtghu tutea, srvlnclng
wlckedsustf almost Wormy or Chicago
Itsotf, Some Incarnate
srmrt or DEvn.Tivr.
'unoVr cover of tho darkness ot a night that
was rainy nnd sleeting, at torn pled to sot
flro fotho lino storo and dwolling of one
nfonr mostprominent me-chant. Air. 11.
r. Livingston. The proposed ioceodlary
tilled a largo store box with combustibles,
such as kindlings, pieces of cotton, ic, nnd
placing, tt against tho sldo of the house,
set flro to It and withdrew to await results.
pretty ftercely, but fortunately was discov
ered by a btilaWd passer-by, who '"turned
oa the alarm from
and the flro was extinguished without hav
ing doao any damnge, oxceptto frighten
Mr.XtvlBffllton and famllv. who-roslde In
the upper part of Uo ibulldlrtg and who
waa all soundly sleeping at the tlmo.
While speaking of '
I snayasld, although tharblipp'connectlon
bMwaaa Hiotwo events, that ha Is remov
ing his largo stock qf nuuaadi.W Don-
gola Dir. L. hii been ourTIty Jfaclstrato
during tho psst year and liWpruumcd
that in tho courso of his otDcIaljlutiejL bo
ssay hat oAa'dad ana of tho,' j ",i HI
ruXriAIOHT WlfT OTST.S ' "
who Infest our vilUtgt, and that tho said
,N.,CL intended to bavo an 'auhda ft.
and burn up tho tlvlngitoB family, to grat
ify Ma rovorlgofuV fWllngi. Thora was
Nemesis withn vongcarico t Such a wretch
ooght to bo boiled to death In oil and cod
liver oil at that. If any life insurnaco
company has a policy on his life, they had
bettor cancel It as oon as they hear that
our citizen havo caught him.
tho Anna Aimttim, Xm saUass upon evil
times. Its editor, No. 1, Mr. Galleher,
worshipped at tho shrlnoof
offuring up tho sacrltko usually required
by that Jolly but tety exacting: dil.y
health, happiness, money and reputation,
until all were gono, and a few nights slnco
he packed up his wardrobo and household
goods and mado bis exit by starlight.
Like the Arab of tho desert, "ho folded
his tent in tho night time and silently
Ills last words wore,
"F.UIEWELL, ANSA; PECCAVI I"
Mr. Galleher was well liked and wo re
gret his untimely taking off.
a Mr. Jtandnll, who had boon In the odco
as foreman for some weeks, was duly to
talled. Whcthor it was tho sudden ele
vation that mado him dizzy, or that tho
FUMES Of ANTCEIIENT SPREES
pervaded the sanctum and upset hi equa
nimity, certain It Is, that ho Immediately
wont into a "tato of inebriety" and con
tinued so for weeks. Finally Oeo. Dough
erty, "son of Lieut, (iov. Dougherty, 'and
proprietor of tho ortlce, camo down from
among tho wJso men at tho stato capital
and ditcharged .Mr. llandall, who left
MR. ALEXANDER DOUGUERTV
nowoccupies the editorial tripod and tho
paper comes out in very good stylo. The
Adetrtiter, although Hadical, Is our town
paper and wo like to bavo It sustalnod
until wo can get n good Dmuoratto pnper
In its place. Moro anon, II.
Anna, Fob. 2, 1871.
Tin Concord correspondent of
tho New York Tribune say
that "no moro popular man
than Mr. Pike could have been sebcted by
tho Hepublicans for their sundard-beanir,
for ho has a bright and spotless record as
i clergyman, warrior, ana politician.'
There aro some people who think that is
rather an incongruous mixture, that of
"clergyman), politician, and warriorj Hut
It is a mixture that Just suits" New Eng
land Iiadicalisai. There U probably tn
him about ninety-five per cent, politician,
four per cent, warrior,. and ono oar cent.
clergyman. Cm. Ewj.
Ha)" In a remote Pari of (tormanv. &
fanner recently turned ud with hi dIok-
la.OOO Roman coins, ot an unknown mutal
io composition. They aro thiuk and heavy,
and date back to Alurc Antony, lUdriau
and Commodus. The bead are ilnely
dono and tho Inscriptions unusually plain.
Da. J. F. IUmiall, office on Seventh
and Washington street, Treat all Chronic
complaints. Consuifufionj Free. Toll
yotirdlseaso without asking any quaation.
Tho Doctor remains only ono week. Call
and seethe Dr., it costs you nothing.
Tiik AuhohaOil requires n different
burner from that which i usod with coat
oil. Ask for tho Sun-hlngo burner, which
Is tho best in use. Sold by Kwoll & Jacob,
OS Ohio Levee.