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BY JOHN H. OBERLY &
(Hiicninr to I'ohle A UlookHMk)
Itrc tlJlcr Hilt) Wholesale Dealer In For
ClgB BtJ DMC(tllC
, WINES, ETC.
78 Ohio Hievee,
CAIRO. .- - - ILL.
Ilr kviioa hn lcomUntly, full slock of
Old Kentucky llonrhon. Rye and Mon
ongahola Whiskies, French Bran-
diet, Holland (Jin. Kalac
and California Wines.
SMYTH A; CO.,
Al.o, kf-i ron.Unlly on hsnd n won com
iele Steele of
LIQUORS s WHISKIES
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
IV uk unU lor J. IUI.I a Co.'i Celsbral
W fll rtcliultfljr for Caili, la h!ch tact wt
laute tlia attention of cloi bargtla buyers
."clil atlntlen (Ufa lo Blllna orilcri.
7"M . JI. NCIIUTTEIl,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
Arn. for ltt Lrtrvli of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE
Imported Alea ofdlf
If. 7S.OIIIO IsEVEE
LATH AND LI
Between Commercial and Wash
Aeeiita for Mark Klver Paper
CoaiipHuy' NlicllilHp Fell hu)
II.W. John' Improved Real
liitfiilwu) on hand.
THRVIS ullTICAL FEED
Tho Couiplototy Simplest mid Jto
Cor, 8lh St.;:STWashington Ave
The demand for IlifyiAVIS SKVVJNO HACK
INK In tho Atlantis Sxn4w btil
kuownV.and H2EWM"I' mitt,
leva WUM'IV i w fM T M rT" jrTrT. Z
Clothing nrnl HOWtM,wfrU lo
lltlDK. ... . i . .
UMrnrliuders umo mwiw "!"
HiyW of nnlb, and wipecthUy Invite ill who
BEST SEWING MICHINE
Muufotur4toi!ivetlipm cull Uiforpurchi
i;. i mm
iatiiui of a rw iWWW1. mtiual.
il..n.,iii 4.x ana mil1 aVAif La turn nii.
aft 1 xjLi 1 c
M BAB 81 Fatav;WBtviar4jMaXi
Tark, fitvarpMt aad HuaaaMf am.
Fnr pMBK Vply to CUAB Ti "INDK,
pie ffttfa Jipi pnUftin, ,
(HnTMnt lo .lolin (j. Hnrmnti A Co.,)
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEE
Buy Rnd Soil Real Estate
.'immnM AHMTRArrit av titij
AMU PHCPARfl COWVKVAJH-KU
W. Htron. " T. Hirl.
JTHATTON A: 11ICI,
tic. -s.nr loCltillcn. lluton A Citrk,)
Aajaai at AMrlMH Pwilr C., ad
MftMaffcclitrvri Axmi fbr 'olou Vnra
Q. D. VVILIilAMriO.V,
CO.VfM IHWION MER(IIAM
No. 70 Ohio Lerre,
Nclal atlfatlaa (! to 'oHilga
um4 rilllan Or4r
H. M. HULEN
Mm Mmmnt U Ml OM MIm
U (Hiimerclal Iveoue
Vtam h toilet U rcettoiuBcc nf afttranair
tuformrrctulo nier, .-tii ml m n rnn
n orm u tuT want crlmr rxr). pruriloi
!., irorkwjr th.p for ch.
Inr.! mrwiy rn, iur which n wm iir
DW.I l(iB Hi lownl. 7lt
Chnrtcrril Xarcii 31, 1800
City aTatloMal Bank
A. II. HAFrOHD. PruUrot;
H. H. TAVIiOM. ViroPml'Irnt;
W. HYhUII. br.tnur nl Trnrrr.
I. Wi HiRDfiAY, Clf AM, (UMlllinit,
r. M. HTMiKH.7ri, i-avu". m'iiuii,
H II. CUNNIMUIAM. I'. HAM.IUAY,
J. M i'lHLMW.
BNllif aitr Aaioaat Hccalvtd fram
t Oat Vatrardt.
lnlrrl nn .Irpo.M. m the rAt of 0 T r,nl.
r r nnum Mrch ll onil fpi. Ii.
Ir.tfcXH"' illnlrawn IkiI imm.l!taljr In
lh Dtmclual of lhi ilruit. tlxvutiir sir ini Ihrni
ViHrrieu iiopioh ibq viiiiurt'u
OOSK KLNK CAN DllAW IT.
po trjf tiilif iltrfrom a in.to .1 n.m.
aixl PlnrUy vrnin(! fir HA VIMS IHIIIMITS
nljr, frimi 0 lo fcoviof k.
FIRST MTIONU BANK
AMiar. HCRD. fraaldaali
UiatT W. MftXEM. Vlrr.Hra.t
V. J. UtWUr.H, Canblcr.
Collections Promptly Made,
UxchaiiKCf Coin, Hunk Xolta
anil LrillcU HIhIoh Neciirl
Ilea Itouglit mid
liitoreat Allowrit on Tlute DpolU.
Capital - - 100,000
W. r. BIAblilDAY, rraiUanti
A. . IAVVORD, CaaaUri
WAIiTBK HYLOP, Aailttaat CJahlr
,itl, TUr W. r-,MUlUT,
ott )mttn ' labt, a, iBfaikM
..' Wlllli, nxtfU Bird,
A, B. Safor.
Exchange, Coin and
r: FUAKCO-l'll VSSIA S W'A It:
Tlic latent nown from the cat of the
Francij.I'ruwiaii ilifficullv. i to tho
efll'ct lhat tho Kinjicror will abadon the
idea orcntcririfj Pari.", nnd that the
fierman troops will, with all possible
jironititndo loae Franco, after suffi
cient imranlco hn been given for the
payment of imlenmity amounting to
Tho total war contribution!) required
by tho (JcrmanH from the city of I'arin,
havo been advanced by the Hank of
It i haid that Napoleon hax boon
notified not n;ain to ovorrtep tho priv
ilege of a prisoner, and tonb.'tain from
anv intcrlcri'iive in iiolilicy, in tnc lorm
of prote.tc or jiroclainntinijH.
.M.Thicr.4 has been apjiointed Chief
Kxccutivc of tin Frvnch nation. Ilia
appointment Iian been well received in
I'arii, and by tho public press.
It l.i believed that tho war U at an
end and tho tonus of permanent pcaco
will bo areud upon soon.
coxiwniirJifT i on 'tiik pjihsi
di:st. The more tho document detailing
tho operation of the administration in
reference to San Domingo arc investi
gated, the inductions issued to naval
commanders in the neighborhood of
the coveted i.-laud, how that tho presi
dent actually went tho length of bellig
erent measures, utterly without tho
auotiou of C'ongroM", in hi zeal to jiro
toct Uacr. The X. V. Krmhg J'ot
hoU the whole ugly record down into
the following conundrums for .Mr.
1. Hy what authority has tho Presi
dent of tho United States established a
protectorate over one party in a civil
war in iialilxiririL' republic? , .
'J. lly whtti authority ban ho umm! tho
naval power of the United States to
lorco a ruler upon an unwilling peo
ple? and after that ho win officially in-
lormcu that this ruler was uuacccpuiulo
to the nation ?
il. Uy what authority has tho Presi
dent declared war agaiust llayii ; aud,
lor many months, carried 011 naval op
erations actually menacing that repub-
ic, and likely at any moment to pro
voke actual honilities?
.1 MO USD ClTl' LAWYER.
Tho Mound City Journal is dishing
a a a .a a . t Nil
up vol, vatkiu 01 that place, ino
Colonel, according to that veritable
journal, was born when ho was young
and crew older in a fw davs. At tho
early nt;e ifiv months ho wnw an ex
port vocalist, aud Ming with muoh uno-
tioiailud"o Mulkev's prison Ming, ''My,
"idd honi), ho caniH frm .reruxalom."
lie cut the acquaintance of a ntiro,
who did not fitit him, long before lie
cut his teeth. Ah 11 uor of his teeth
ho has no eqiu! and low yuperiom.
Tho manner of his putting them through
a piece of beefsteak is peculiar to him
relf. During tho laic war, tho Colonel
was thrown Into a hn(ilo in thn city,
and wa- the lifo of tho prison. When
tho pri.-oncrs were weary ho would get
them up and inarch them around, sing
iug tho following original hymn :
I'rurn 'irivnlxii l' k'y moiiiiUin,
Mi wouWn'l ti.iTlilm,
Ail'l h luO'l un llW lirml,
Willi In oil tlintr 011 nl hir lKtU4,
When tho Colonel got out ho went
in, and has been running on ever fiiueo
like a perpetual motion machine. It is
thought that ho will wear out. If ho
does, ho might bo bought as second
hand material, out of which several
good lawyer could bo made.
NEWS OF THE STATE.
Peoria will soon lmvo eight railroads.
Hock Island aud
.Molino want to bo
It is paid that d,OU() borvant girls aro
out of oiuplo yinent iu Chicago.
Tho new Court llouso m 3IoDonough
county is to bo heated by steam.
A national bank, called tho Farmer's
National Dank, has been organized nl
The Brotherhood of Loooniotive Kn
giueora, Sprjagficld diviiion, huvo' ii?
sued tickets for a bull and Mippor in
Springfiold, on tho 22nd inst,
Centralia wants a new nchool build-
ILLINOIS, FEBRUARY 22,
ing, hut thinka 30,000 too
price to pay for it.
Tho name city is working for the lo
cation of the State fair, for Wail4t
year., and the Southern JUinoU Peni
tentiary, for all time, at that point.
(From th IlllaoU But Jorol.)
Mauri. Editor : Hare our Ltglilator
rr rlf.ilaUvl tba nrobabla fiitMra in
rroa.a nf Ilia OOBuUtloll aM iMrMi of
this Stato ? If they haVriiotTtt' )pttld be
wiill for them to Uo to aa legiilaUac
rordinply. TVa ra- a Aavwinf
nKurTor their connlderatlan .TH'pefu
laiion or ino ann in oi waa
of tho SUUIn 18to wa K,2: . .
.U,2II( Incrraaa parcaol. la 19 yeara. Sal
I5T.14! ' " IS
1V M1.4T0; " " " TJ
men, 1.711 JM; " " "
Which will pronabiT oe u ratio 01 in-
rrnu.n for tha futUM. To daUrBOUM UU
lot tit tco what It Msr-lMfs w aw
York. The population of that Stata
cre.ua on 2,790,000 In IHUmUvm W
cent, whilo the ratio of irtefeate on 1,00,
000 In New York wa only IT par cant.
in 10 year. . ...
Tho DOTtuIat on In llllnou incraaiad
nearly twico n fat u In Kew York upan
tho ramo basin. TbM it wlTlf to Httn
irinclpsi caucs. ririt, .UllaoH Juvi
nri;c nreaj there being 83,405 tqaara
milca witnin nor ooruen, wima naw jots
ha 47,000 iqunr mtlaf. Saaoad; tka Mil'
In Illlnoli Ufar uprior UtkaV ot New
York and a larger proportion U iuicoptlble
of cultivation. Third, tbelaadi tnlllinoU
arc much cheaper than la tlie State of
Now York, and of course will attract a
heavy immlcration. TheM cauau will
igranon. na cauaua win
opurate for maay ytan ta,
r f UllQol.aafa.r ao-ro'
tinu to iacreaatbbro rapidly'
continue 10 c
como in favor
Hon will conti
tlinn nt Saw York.
I'non ti nonulitlon of 1.400.000 in 1840
lit w York, that State ineraaMd daauf:
thu next ten yean, 27 per cent. IlliaoU
line a population bow or -a.oaw, 'WW
has tho advantare now of' irt'exUnilva
railroad iytcm, wnich NawYork UW sot
poison In 1SJ0. Under; tktfaaatiawai
IliU'iico of cheap land, rlot.aoll, an
extvniivo area aud tuoro mile of railroad
than any other State, her population will
lncromo40 pr cent, at leaati lertbe aext '
ten years; and it will bo safe to predict'
that the ratio will not decreaao laMt lata
flvo por eent, each iucceodlag Un yaan
foncvoral generatloni. The probable In-
crrn.a r..ul.lU will . Im
ll at 40 IH.T cent 3 U 4M
1 at 31 " . 4 IM VI4
i'kio at 3i " t aaa aw
1 jl'i at Zi " TTW Ml
nt " i M S
1091 at It " ........SO 7CI W
In sixty years thl. Stuto will probablr
have a population of more thttn ton rhlf
lioni of people. Tho children of to-day
will tco Illinois toeming with a population
mora than on feurth as large as the whole
population of thn United States at tha
present time. It Is not' too much "pre
dict that some of them will ear the day
when iifieon millions of paople will -be in
cluded within hor bqrdersv' That day is
not far distant ; and our preient legislator
are called upon not only to provide for tha
wants of futare generations, but for the
ahouluto noccuitlei and demands of stair
own childron. CA1K). ,
AHco C'ary, wboiedeath after long pro
tracted Illness, patiently borne, has at
length closed her earthly caroer, laavaa be
hind her many sweet and Under lyric by
whlrh hor name will bo pressrrved in kr
clion field of literature. She and brr
sister l'hoebe weroburable village gills re
siding with their family at Mount Healthy,
noar Cincinnati, and received ao otker
education in girlhood than that snatched
at intervals from tho periodical district
school. Alice's natural cifts soon devel
oped themselves in skolcfaei of rami life,
periodicals, and found vent in a volume of
poems published twenty yean ago. To h .
wmcn were ioiiowou vj cwiwiuoiv w
V. Willis she wat Ureely indebted for
die wat largel
kindnos unfortunately rare araonir
Erolesmonal people. She 'had mil
im n poem in blank ve,
entitled "Guido," and "WHlt. dem
inij it tinsuited lo the colume of the Home
Journal, eot it with a highly eoraplJaior,.
tiirr note to the 1 editor of flarfam
M'mnnHf, then published In PkiledelBale.
Tho appearance of this poem save Hiss
Cary her llrst real hold, on jrablio notice,
and was tho beglnniogof he? after fortune,
lioraco Qrocly. also, evinced a generous
friendship for bar e4 hor. younger ilsUr,
Pliabe, nhd aUU ugKUuo tity wont
uisiward, procuring a ulgbl'and cheerful
home In Now York city; whlh ha been
0110 of tho social attractions of tbemetrep
oll. The oontribution of both slater to
thepreM ha vo oi axiaaeroui and f de
cided mori and both have been there
cjpinnt iif warm pronr osteeia.
TiiKnx Is'ono man, at least, in the' pres
ent House of Representatives Mr. Kogeri,
of Arkansas who Is superior to feaiiilne
smilos and tears, and who does hi legisla
tive duty with a sublime indifference to
tbo wiles of the gentle but deceptive sex.
Ho objected to "a number of certain
men" seizing upon and holding tho rooms
of tho Committees on liducetloB.ead jhaborf
and requested tho speaker to put the "cer
luln wumnn" out. We lupirest .that Mr..
lingers .be saadrScbaJrnian of the tJaJMH
too oji' Nation W SUtuary. UVht'hwt,
ran pro.toct. tbeihalpJess.niale P,?
tlie carving-knife of the invlnoible living
Ynnlo. She ,lias conquered all other caea
excopt the'dnoonquerablo Mr. Kogers.
I , TUil its
ras Mllwina f raw con
arid varib us methods wi
,aiM vf' eajsv Y ' "a'
ted to an exDodlant. which seaeeeded eA,
nlnccd him in a lontrv box. and M WM
Don, 1 ,ii,oo, crfaaa,rc,iinaa la rfaar
imu 2,4M,m, " " .Uis22 .
IW3WXK " 'f !
1670 4,9411 " ." v ," ?
It will b notlcod Uutike ratia of ia-
asleep in ten ntiutes,"
The Tennjsse Safe.
ArrlTtl of taWaaT-tlision
tacnaeaH Aaatvaix -Bar
Doi(ap.Crrr, Jbruary 3. The
fnueaxi arrirad her day Wore tr.
day evening, baf Hi net land, formally
UU today, .aae had a very
fa BkiW;a tkrvetaaealliM no
fallWjireiiw. ova ta
to 11 a aim aasl a karf ef, there, was
'.LtMmTrri& Of SIX DAT ,
togsVofeasa U 'i -The cetomls-
lea eaeai - tlase ta hard wora; and rot
aWtemesjjjkexa1 ipriiaUUve of' all
classei, ateartf tWkoai are L ,
' lJtJfai3Q AX J4MATI0K. -
Maay tfaWaOai Uraart, atViftr, are
speculatllA2ttef thsy will WoTajslaiMd
Th country Ua rich, a Us most earn
est frlsads kavapriaeirt H. f
Healtbyand'th b'eai lees oppresilve
than 'W"ttlagtoa anmaMH. , -1 -1
and the whole land seems asleep.
"AMAVA LAVB TTTLM.
TliematUr elaaeVUtle about Uebar.
bor of Saaiaea was thoroughly iavettiga
ied by the rwsileilenaad tneofeah-of ;
the record obtained taera U notkiag what-"
aiata of the foraaer.faataieaseaf nearly
all tbe water front, aae.for a . consider,
ble distance baelrvkieV h'def waUr
In froatoflc' 'mgraat l raiMw taa
aiual rateaf ena'taa aaa JalLria.wl' U
without regard to inereaae In price.
THE AWaXAL COHMDBBrATlOjr;
k $111 per year. Taban ha alio Import-
under the plea thoy were for the United
The people in that section are Ignorant'
and -meet of them live in hute. There is a
mixture of half dozen races, and n corres
ponding corraptlou o language.
, Tbe moat proprou part of the popula
tion 1 a! negro, colony which oasae oat
fro Philadelphia in 1834. They now
number live hundred, and are all Mothod
1st. the HAaaon or sauaita
will not admit ahip of the aocond alas,
and it wjll raqulr) Urge approprUtlea
to put the aaal 4alJoM la proper oonditioa,
built I capable of being wade one of tha
beat in the world. 1
tub srsTiw ov roKTiriCAiin
will noceMarily'be nearly as etteniiro t
New York city. .
ruaix ia.o (Aitnok at tmic rLAca
except for vassal below fourth rai. All
war steamers lio In tbe opon roadsteads
with banked are. ,
The commission is honestly aiming at a
VULL AND VAIB IKVKcTIOATIOX.
None of tbe members express tbeir opl11
here by Baas was of a formal character,
t'ullowed by quit a familiar conversation.
A'he ceremony took puce at the elective
Sanslon of the republic. fWinonte,
antler and the Mlnester nf War were
tissual. Mr. Wade presented a statement
of tbe action cf Congro, and read thn
following letter of authority from President
Executive Mansion, "WAaniNUTox,
D. Caaaery lilIHI)kb. hjto.lleaee
B. Bae'c, President of tho Republic or San
Domingo, Sir: Inaccerdaace with a joint
resolution of the two. hQuaeavf Coaerew
of the United State, t have appointed
ttjreo distinguished citluna ef the Uultod
Slates, to-wlt; , Hou.B. .Wad,, for many
yiar a Son a tori President' A. D' White,
of uoraeu upivnjr, aaaur.a.u. uowe,
distinguished for hi philanthropy, learn.
trig and service la relieving the blind and
sauta of muoh Of taa ateaotonv of life in-
cidiat WlhaWaXriiUUaiV Wusspalar t
tlUu tha wotldefrett.r, as' a. awWio
td vWt aaaiblw aaa7'aVasJsMiA
to'ctoeav laUforal aallad :hj'ta
vrdsolQtlpa. AHOc aUhtha.eojaaUta-
jam ia ouaga Aitan u.-jiurton, oraiary 10
tfciaMM;gailaMau waa 'baa haaeeed
hfcjujpraarag u laa.idipjsaaaita:
eapaciiy. s r
Keto.kidtw Abtsa aaeHleeaaa, aad
hsl iMinil iiiei' nkilriiiilt
kaauaaateaaaaaaawaah note which hi
thrWgh o blghl ppoae4 laMWa.
I undwstaad that your mWon, ordered
to show that any oaclal of the United
lV4aa4fe - !? af
n eaaaaojeta Jk raw;,Me4j4aa,7aat"
1 aad MlHvaa7 witksom A1.0-
by theCcngrnii of flTo TJfittcd State, Ii Oflo
absoluUly ot peace This Is tho nipiration
and object of tho Retrublic. One of too
grand motivei which lias produced theso
negAlatIoni is tbe developinent of lt re
sources Vy means of labor, and thus guar
antee tho Mhtonco of tho liberty and
property of tho eltlzoni.
You may depend an tho moit nmphand
absolute liberty in the axcrcito of your
commission. Tho govornuant offers
litiaUver data vou may conilder nonary,
and will tako oipeclal plcaiuro In giving
you every satiifactlon in making investi
As to tho spontaneity of tho resolution
of tho Dominica people, wodesiro ardently
that yon will consult not only tho Immenio
msjorlty In favor of annexation, nut ano
those who aro opposed to it.
Tbe abovo is tho official translation of
A7TKR TIIK FORMAL Sl'KKCHKS,
the Interview took tho form of question
and aniwor. Raaz aisertad that opposl
Uon to annexation was not with tho
Dominicans, but with tho llaytlcni.
CAUEAI. HAD X0 D0MI.VCAK SUITOnT
worthy of notice; in fact ho was not in
command of tho forco commonly ityled
his forces. .The. offlcon worollUytlcn
andahe wholovMfe ortho movement was
with tho Uaytlon authorities.
PirFKRENT OrlKIOK IX TIIK UNITED
Mr. Wade hero said that such a state
ment was m at varience with tho com
monly received opinion in tho United
States that ho folt constrained to nik
whether it could bo relied upon.
SXTIRELT ACCURATE PROOKS.
Hr.Baea replied that itjwss cntiroly'
accurate, and to show the basis for it ho
produead ofielal letUr giving detailed
formation of arrangement, mado by the
aytUns for an. incursion, nominally
adr Uabral, while tha commission was
hare for the, purpose of influencing its
Tti ae made out br Baes certainly
sabweddephostiUtyon tho part of Haytl
te'Baee and al plans.
The fore ' wHh wbleb Cabral is, Baet
gavaaa one regiment, and ctt.y a prospect
taa on or twomoro wero about to Join
, HIS REAt TOSITIOX
U eixrrmtsea west of Axna. and ho hai
aMcvenaniry along tne Katfcn nonlor.
Ivan Detnlaicans near him have taken no
ait, hal atilea hack as he advanced.
HAEX RXrREAHED OnEAT VO.vrillKXCK
tithohad,not ovoratod tho desjro of
the people for annexation, hut hoped tho
commission would question freely upon
that point In all directions.
" A second aud leu formal meotlnc was
arranged to take place at Back's house,
Small partUs of tho scientific corps will
be sent into tho country from here In va
VALUE AS A NAVAL STATION.
What was seen of the people around
Samana was of little consequence comparod
with tho investigation Into tbo valuo of
the place a a naval station. All soemed
to agree that If tbe present condition of
tho Inances would' Justify It, that tbe
harbor where tho coaling station Is should
be obtained hy our governuwt, hy leaiu
or purchase. j
SCKKKllV AXD on..
Tho magnificence of tho follnsc, heuiity
and grandeur of the mountains and rluh.
iif of the country cannot bo overrated.
There is, however, neither energy nor
hTARTINO 1011 1IOMR.
The commission hopes to start home
soon after tho first of March.
HEALTH Or TIIK I'AIITV.
There has been no easo of illne.M in tho
party, and tho season Is healthy every
where In the island, so far as heard from.
All Unltod Statci officers upon tho Island
THE MKIMBT Q' TIIK COUUISON
can hardly be ready for Congroii before
the latter part of-March, or ten days utter
their arrival in Washington. Jt will
dpubtl routuin a very favorable sum
mary of tho matorial resource of -the
Island, and a lirong rucomniendation of
Ssmana a a naval station, and hearing of
Tho studies prweu.tod upon thu political,
social and.oconomlcaV questions connected
with tbe annexation -will probably bo
touch! upon only, so far a to call public
attention to thorn, but without presenting
aa argument either for or against annex
- ' " VINDICATION.
tbit ii ol lawieotlon with the matter
bas been in nia obhmb vjjt7, auu
he'ls kqleoncerrjed lu'lrJyAto operatloiM
t . 1. .i.i wW! Is claimed to be
r.Zl-l is aehihLlaL
BrfauL aawfeat yava.iPt agu aaa at at
-J.V1..-V kmeh0f, aad. laorediua aa Mauay
!TlSi!?aTbasvUdleUd bills habrt
thi unit atlo w wu on) v.threa BMuha old
m3Ft&)kt m haadtW crlif for
at father' pipe. Tla etem of the plpo
wu held to bis mouth, when it took a
faw whlf. of the moke and was made
DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
sick for a few minutes.- Tha baby wu, aa
wo learn, afflicted with asthma, which wu
greatly rellovcd ,by tho tobacoe amok,
and no badeffbct4 from the ehtla'r smok
ing have ovan boon observed, except la
tho first trial a montlontd abov. and h
has imokod almost, dally evf rlnot.He
iiaii-llv nana n nine filled with' 0BHB0a
imoklnc tobacco, but will puffWy at a
ciijar equal to nny older inveierate
smoker, itesiaenw 01 nmwi, w
often seem tho youthful imoxer ''oiwwing
a quiet clouu," voucn'ior ine vruaaw. w
lingular story, uur .wostora conjwn-
porarics fmqucntiy prtni (EsauaiiiiiBg
nnrrativcs or precocious cnildrea, oui wo
doubt their ability to trot out anything
tho. will "lay over" this scloa Of .nU
qtiateft Hristul. Ifthoycan.wo akallbo .
pleased tnVfts 0f Jt,
Iualocttiro in New yot ai'oa Taeadar,
Rev. Robert Col Iyer toldth foltewlng
story as ono among many illuttratlocs of
"Clear Grit," tho subject of hlsltetara:
"A lonz tlmo ano a minister who had
two deacons in hi csncrerattefl riven to
sinful way, preached a very praetfcabl
sermon, without thinking of them. 'Dur
ing tho delivery of his discourse b took
occasion to say, "Liar, ssandaaycarfeet,'1
and, to his nmar.omont, one of the deaooaa
stood up and romainod standing- natil tha
exhortation wu conclfld." It 'sd hap
pened that tho next paragraph oommeaead
with theto wordst ;'Let tboaaeVaatai to
doublc-deallnc stand forth." "Tali deacon
who had already rlicn looked over to tba
other deacon, and whispered. "Ton had
oottor gci up 1 am.
Was- laaaaa Veaar
A correspondent of tha Vallsfy Fmr
says orchards havo died or beboaa poor
from thcsocauie! . .1. j
1. Tho exhaustion of tho soil from the)
conitant crops of apples : from tho Mow
ing away by tho wind of tho leaves of tha
tree wiiicn naluro -ucsignca 10 leea no
toil on which tho tree itandijhy tho'crop
of crass, craln. or roots, constantly taken
from tbo aamo ground and liUla'rMura bf
lunstnnco lo it. 1 r
2. Anothormoam of their aestruitlon
hai been Iri whipping tho trees'wlth poles
to remove too apples. Ana sun anouer
cause wu tho puturago among. them.
8. To rcitoro them, if any 'Were left
worth restoring, man must cease to, crop
tho crouhd under them.'nrid'mnst manor
them, with vegetable, mold, decaying
leaves. II mo. wood aiheS. aadiaKu A com-
Doit formed of thoso .substance would.
exeollont ; or ono formed la part by soap-
suds and reruio slops, cmp-uin, tun, etc,
woll nilted.f t X .
Then trim them of ail dead. umDs, ana
thoso that cross and gall cachothor, and
cf all'suckor that feed upon trunk or
limbs, not ncccsiary for a crop.-
JOSH COA L YAKD. -
FOOT OF lf VENTH STREET
Mount Curbep, DR Qltta'aM'
A Keo4 Kapalx oa 'Heart, a44llvv4
la aay aarl af tk eltj.
Kvrry Losd of Coal Wrlgket, ui fall
ui) qi'iisx coat. rvRxiiKS at Ma
PR OAK LOARS.
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o o jL
Aru Prepared to Supply Caataaaera
with Hit Jloat tinallty af
Or.lr Irft wl llallldajr Bra.
o. to Ohio Lav, ar at la
Yar.l li.low the lit. Char lea
ill. iiiltrniri naval
Tl.n Tiik "Mantaulc" will
tPiimrrauiany Imur. ! or ui
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B. W. Miur. Drss t. nessa
jiyj-IMiKU 4k PARKER.
W$CiBJ)ar r ii
, . vAiau.! aaajj wu.
t'A SJ i.w
j Cor. Poplar aai TairR aW '
1 . , .j! . sai M
(a the bulUIng known as the SasltaMere.) i
fs'deiDK a Gfnsral Grocery BiialaaaisaWsil'
Lard, 6mokKl IM.'htTrMiW, Flaar
Mral.Salt Fish, Nut. Oan.lisa, bbat, asTall kind
of rooJs uiiiulljr lrt iaUrt-claiKtorryl.)f,