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BY JOHN H. OJJERLY cSi CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FEBRUARY 25, 1871.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
Miiccnor lo I'ohla k Htookflclh)
Hsvtlltr ad Wholeale Denier In 1'or
clgn and Domestic,
78 Ohio .cve,
CAIRO. - - - ILL.
I? keeps on han (coniUnlly, full atock flf
OldKeataeky BoBrbon, Kyo and Mob
enrahtia iVhlklea, French Bran
flfe HalUad Gin.. Raise
aad California Wlnra.
NMYTII a CO.,
Alao, kp rnn.Unllj on hand, a iio.t rim
,plU alaett nl 1
LIQUORS 3 WHISKIES
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Calabar
W ar a.t tor J. U. A Co' HtliUil.
W W1I xclu!fi)y for Ch, in nhirh !(
taril ih ktttntion of clo.o tt,tuin t jtr.
hik MUntloq ill fa to fl.l.Li; fftrr.
Importer and Wholesale Deals,
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Aao for bal branlt of
CllEAM AND STOCK ALE
a90Stt A.la ofdlf'
DUNN' COAI, YAHD.
fOOT OF ELEVENTH STREET
Maaat CarlMi-, Da Qaoln ami
A B4 Bpl llaad.niMl drll vrrril
Ma r rih lt-.
Erery Load or Coal Welched, and full
bit ceiw coal ri'iixiar.B at auo
fKM CAm I.OAB.
Ordaralrft stlhi.nc Willi flllH Immedlnlfi;
JAMES ItOSS, I'rop'r.
irei Prepr4 to 8Bpljr Cnftoiiiera
with the Beat quality or
tW4tra UB mt HavUlrtay Bros, onicc,
Swld OklaLvfi or nl the Caul
Yr kwluw til HI. MinrlFS Ho.
11, Will Hecclvc FriiiH
Tl.t Tll"MoituL" kIIIItuik C4 klnn(ililp
Unif ii m B hour, ilajr or night.
iC.lro.O. t.Wli, IMii if
t)u T. I'AaKia
4.' .a . y- w.
Cr. Poplar and ThlrtesntU St.
OAIRO. - - ILLINOIS
(la th bu 1 11 1 da; kuawnas tha BtnltliSiore.)
ta slomi a Otsn.ral llrocrrr Uu.liif . In Pirai-0 aas
Lara, awoksxl Bavfr Butisr, Krh Egs. Kl.ur
wit r aim riiuvi'ou a stuaioht i
Suddenly tho -VMlion Democrat have
become converted to straight ticket Ditii-
ocraev, and nre a busy at ants on :i hot '
surface, rumilni liltlier and tliltlier, very
reilless uml decidedly uncomfortable.
.Snnl, wlioti ho wn struck ilnwn bv.lhn
bright light, win nut mire, m to u ruled
tlmn the have leen by tho citizens'
movement, wlileli threatens to takn nut
j of their hands, the ability to do tint city
ntiy more injury, i ear lifter year they
have. opoed party nomination for. city
olllee, ii ml have been hand uml glovo
with the 1'optlbllean. In upposltion"t(
tho ronlar nominee. nf tho Democratic
but now u chuuca ha eorno over
Irlt of tholr drenin n
tlmngc and they v!h to uo tljo
I I)(5iii(HjrtI(! ortjiiiilr.itlon to' perpetual
1 their de'truetlva Inlliionce. Whv houlJ
th;y 1h' prm!ttol to do o?
!). tin' OeinK)rt of C.iiro tho tax
pnyer and laboring men thnt portion of
the population who aro rencflttl by the
properity of thf city by tho encviiraii-
mentof Iti iiianufueturinp iiitenu hy
a houc lo tliMo mn prefer party
. 1 lis. l..
ceiiucney 10 win miune itikmi u ninv
do they will Join handa with Tfcoiiiu WlM
nd inch uncertain Democrat.
In their prcJcnt attempt to hide their evil.
deign under tin- cloak of the Djmocriitlo
party. the better clnu of I)inocriit '
the men who have families who wUh to
rear their children where ihov ar iir
round'-d by gil Influence In a city
ubHi robbers nro nut the mot
tluintiM ")lltiv'iv do s-ieh Demo
crat ileotro to 'rnoraB. men v.)m 1
caro nothing for the piib'i. monilitv ?(
whoo lri!latnef lm hIwjv bwin tifwl to
1 shield thu dlMolutO from tlw vtVuoU of the
In1 Ifthoydothey willjuln lnnds with '
Thoiiun AVU'on 'and ,uh unrcrtaln
Domorrati, In their present attempt
to retain povwr by protnding to lw regu.
Hut, wo are told, uood and trim Domo
oriiti arc in f.ivor of thu proposed move
nient. AVcll, o bn It. Tlice gotnl and
true Democrats uro .luv, on thu trigger.
As Ion,' hi) Thomat AVllson was tho prob
able nejt Mayor without nomlnntlon, not
I onoof them moved. Thoy wero mtlnled.
Hut us soon as tho citlr.;nt' ticket butted
lr. AVIIion from tho track, Into
what n wild frenzy wore thev thrown I
.Vnd two year ago, when tho lm was ,
between a rcgulnr Damoornt and a regu
lar Holler, how many of thiu good nnd
true Democrat, who tiro now so active,
left th city, (011 business, you know),
rather than vulo for tho regular nominee?
And ono year ago, when, If nomlnatloni
had been inado, .ouicbody else than WIN'.
011 would havu been nominated for
Mayor, how many of tho now active,
good and trust Democrat wero in favor of
a regular nomination 'I Not one ef litem,
and tha lust ono nf them voted for tho
man who wa supported by the Itepuhll
ciuu. Now, wo protect that their present
r.enl is uncalled for. Wo ware Informed
by tho mi'.Jorlly'of tho eomnilttoo of the
party, thai no ' ilomlnnttnn would he
made and on Unit information
wo acted, and dtand now 'committed to
the cltlrena' movomcnt. Uy It wo In
tend to stand steadfastly to tho end.
Wo aro not of the kind of men who
enter Into an urrungoniont uitd
back out from rr-.nou.liko .those
treacherous Democrats now crying for
a "Straight Ticket,'' who profess to be
what they aro not, and, liko base fellows,
pay no attention to plighted faith
Wo have been nsked Low wo enn bring
ourci'lf to support Jlr.l'. II. Popo for any
office, nnil wo desire to give i vory ex-
I pllclt answer.
- j W support li!m not lor tlic reason thnt
w like Ills politic
became wo detest
them not hwfima wo believe lio will ii J J
; .lv rilciilattuitrc iSlh
ho, office oM-'ity
Attorney not Iccauio wo'do notkrioir
thnt Iio will lilt ui in oar person and purso
whenever lie can not beenuso wo rtt In
tho Innocent belief tht ho rnn bo brbugKt
r...nMniti tuwnrn ITIK JJJti.itTi.v any
iitit theniMt rindlctivc fecllrigii but be
cmho ho U I rt'tli I contort ono of tho rcp-
rcJcntntivo of the citlcen whoileiiro to
put down tho (Iruithoppor Ham clement
thul h&) luid too much tether' In Cuiro
during the niut your. We know lomu
I olh'T innn might Lmvo been nonilnnte'd,
but .Mr. l'opi ieaji nominated, and a wo
! took part in tho meeting that did iiomi
imto him, wo would ruther have nil our
i pcnonnl and jiolltlcul friend denounco
n wo would rather urn our bujlness all
destroyed than "no back" on our word at
that meeting given to nbldo by whatever
ducUlon the meeting might urrito at., And,
1 beiidea,thH movcincnl wui u oniiiproinhu
btilwaen tint D'-mocraU ' and Itepubli
csn," htid .thi DumocraU obtained
Tnylcr, . Ilowloy, t'nin and Halliday,
' on tb'fi city tbkol, while tho
obtain. V.amdeti, Pope and
I four. DtmincraM to thrre Keimb
i iiniup 4iuu ii jpjmuucmiJi unit uiku
fi' .' ' ' ....' uemomU
..,, ),... (lirHifht Hit. m.im..nl nrevt.
iary" to'get rid ot tlieGra'ihoppcr,Iement
ot thu partv, vcn if thev do sweat while
performing th operation, take down tha
Republican porTlon of Ihji antyummor
doio? yin shall Mi ' VoJ lel the con;
quviifx be what thoyaey.j f
i'tiH Carulval C'OMKr.aa Tit XMalr
IXl.nir Tlir U ManaUaa Claliat-Kx.
II llnnc'roflKtr,, nr.
71. tht Knitef of The IiuUtlln.
U'tiuras, U. U. i't. tlt. 1171."
Tills placo was yesterday, and Is, to-day,
tho ireno of fun and Jollity; everybody,
bnrring scribblers and printers, who haro
to furnith thepublio their .diily"tiibuluml
it, out In tboctreets eurnivalitlng and en- j
Joying tho sports which take placo on J
Pennsylvania AVenue. Yoitorduy tho
.... t. h ..... t,...ntfl.Anl ln.,1al ll
j uraviim tmi iiiuiy iiiiiv cii 1, twinj i.tuimi- i
enn rain, but too Tun goes v ail the same.
The carnival It orls'hot i" fallurp accord
lug lo tho condition of our stonino,bs, with
u good dtgeitlyri, no.pewalary embarrim
niunts and a determination 'to bo pleased
tlmltlio thing is glorious ;,but with a lit of
Indlgcitlon'ii condition of Impecunloiity,,
an unpaid board, tailor or waihwomuuV
bill, or an iitt.tok of , tho' megrims, tho
wholo aQ'uir is a.flrxlo. Tbuvgrand Jiall.ut
Corcoran' building last night was ono of
the uiott brilliant atl'aln which ever took 1
placo here, ns will also bo the civic bull at 1
tho Masonic Temple to-night. The mas-
nuorudo bill alio to-night, at tho National
Theatre, will bu a treat success. .The bo
(pict to bo given to-morrow to tho visiting
pro. gang, will tako place at tho Arling
ton II (mo, and from tho reputation of the
eulnsiiic and tho wlno cellar at that ostab
ll'lunent, and tho carle blanche given by
tho commutes, as tooxpctu,"thcre 1 no
doubt ns to tho brllllano y and excellence
of jhatentejlalnmcnt. - Tho bal)nnd tho
i! banquet1 will meet with tho approba
tion of tho most fatldiou. And the ear-
nival goes on.
Coiijjre. completely ignored tiio exl
tanco of tho grand etc andkeptongrlnd
Ing out laws a If iioUilnjr. wa going m at
riti: III.A1K IlKIIATK.
Iu tho Senate, on repealing llio law
which prescrloea that tlm possession of a
Presidential pardon by any suilor iu tho
court of claims shall bo taken nnd dcvmcsl
m concltnivo ovidenco of disloyalty, Sen.
ator lllalr ma,do a atntemejitvllcli wa
not at all palatable to' tho r.adlca1s,t)rhleh
wn that every member of Mr. Lincoln's
cabinet fayi'ted the aurrenderorFpuin-'
tar In JlarchjWl.tfMj jiinof the
'r"du'fherreojnmlyIorrpr,Vlth lho excep
tion of rohtitastorGcn'oral Hlalr, who op
posed tho Idea. To squqro this tact with
thb frothing' 6V a nlumWiff Ruioal (cad
uUo stated that, notwithstanding tho uq
quoting from tb'artlalMfn that papor and
also from Wendell Phllllp'a ipeechei, who
held tho samo opinion, and h charged
"'ill & ttTO" orK.
JVi'lS'ie did acknowledge uo right or
scees lon In lM, 'aVd' ho 'proved' It by
that lloraco Greeley was more toblamo
forth! robollion than anv other niati
wni onlv tlm ciilipr ilav tlint (Jrceloy de
nied thosaino thlig In hit paper, and called
Jlr. lisilr Lard nnmcs for to nceuiing mm,
Lying, tlm moit barefiiced, and swearini,
themotLnrofniie.Jiiruai natural to lloraco
(Irc'eley, ,as. He;'. to a dog. It
chronic, and llo' 'can't help It. Tho
lawwua rapc.iljl by tho outing vole of
tho Vicc-ProsTrtnnt much lo too ilHgUU "
.Senator Kdmond .iiuL-Conf '"B
bjw awuiiio to.bo: rroiiuonuHi. ougiui m
tho Senate. A gtoator uifappoinimsnv
however, awaited them In tho Sonato s con
currlng Inthu llouio bill, lncrenlng tho
ialatles'of'thoFcdbrfil 'jUdgw, a It was
tho. deU U9-vftnmr nopes io uio feai
of Chief J tut Ice, which both of'them linvp.
been raulnfor. .Should thn Chief Jtntico
resign which I pray, tlicro'igny bo no need
tut, neither of lfo ajplnng.jirnnlors uro
eligible, tha ,'sal.iry lmtlrii ben ruiiml
while thoy wcro Scn&torl.
Titn M'aAnnAiiAN claim,
i The IIquo yauerday.iiccedodhyn voto
of 110 to 'Jt!, to tho minority rcnort ot tho
Judiciary Committee In' the .Mctiarrahan
case, which rcitOro tho record' of the land
onico to what it was before aetion.ww
taken. In lf)C3. Should tho Senato concur,
JfcfJarrnlinn will, nfler fifteert years of
lltigat!on;vry:clvothv patent to tho Nov.
Idrhi Silver -Mlno.
ixxr ii.vser.orr. ' '
Tim Ilou! Comriiltteo on rorwign llola-
.Uons will roport.tho bill ostabliihlng anew
..f A. J . . t. y ' " t...i 11. I
uii.tiuii-iii iiiu uunnao r.uipiroon tcuiie
day, Willi tho sarnie ,s:iliry its af Loudon
and Paris IT,5QI) per annum, and as the
commute w;il inT'jrm 1 tic l'rciiitnv tnai
th I r change aimed ii'gottlng rid of
tno literary snoo iiancrou-no win not
likely bo nominated. i"prtcnlntive Ortli,
of Indlann, will no doubt bo tho m.m.
VAVrtKRHft.T AMI 111' )'.. It. TAX.
5Ir. Van Trump, in tho Houiu yesterday,
pteontM ft jireamblo and roohitlofi in
structing thu Commls.loner of Internal
Revcnuo to enforce thocolleetlou ofjtlie
iaxjorl,'l01,im a'$ eTnainCftho X.V.
s-wnirai vjs.,jiarcn, i.iu,? ci tuy were re
forred to thu. Commltteo of Ways and
Meniu.v This Is tile lux which Comntodoro
VnndcrSlIt reAj-es .to.'payan'dvhlcli. ns
baa boon n'.ertcd, caused tho appointment
ofGoneral l'laianton to tlio.C'otnnilMlcn-
crahip 01 internal It'iyenuo uy the military
ring iu oriirr to scxureH.riivorNblti.UeoUiun
for'thn railroad." 'Vi s.111 wntcli thl cne
xarfH'liwr.i.t. in tiu:- ji vv.!.oi ni'st-
. Tho nppriprIattori'coihmlttc,'hVar 1 tho
testimony of a uuibjirj tof , promiii'iit
stumped enviV.p miitiuf:it;j.urcr In regnnl
to the lmprop.T n: ulmsfiit of ;h -.itira-1
of.Mes.rs 1., and xU
sale uy the r...ti.fil.o DMmrtmiTt or
st:impiiriv('njie'!iit price f,r Lcli.w nin-
ufactun-rs, prices, nil of wlib-h testimony
prored'that a conspiracy was formed by
Mr. Urouwoll, P..stmater Gen era I, to
break Dcmp-oy' : O'Tfole'n contract o
to give It to hi especial friends Iu Js'cw
York. Messrs. Dempiey it O'Toolonron
AViihlngtnn firm and ale hero on tl-e
ground to push thl matter, and I don't
thlnl: that Cresswell will accuse them tf
want of energy by the lluio.lUoy lujvo got
through wlthhlm. If thu Commltteo nd
Congrci )vlll do their wholo duty in tho
premises, Mr. cabinet otllccr Crc-swll
.will be gazliij,nt iho.s'in,-'Tnjii pud stui
... ! . '.,;.. ..11
'f r oin; b t jr can ; tl 1 oi g rat I og 0 f
Instead of riddresing' hi Yl
grave queitlons of ftnto or Job mutter.
Anlleveii.CMiiwoll jyln not. remain
ion a onoot iirant's rauinei.
HA IIS A.l SfVAOS
Wo noticed iu tho Ut i.f.KtlN' let. (lay-
ago, an ell'ort on tho part of the ... I.ouu
Hoard of Trado to got an appropriation
from Oonuress to I'mnrovo St. LnUI bar-
bor and tho Mississippi river. A meet
ing of the lloard .ivas.h)M'!i Wi'dncday
when tho following preamble wand
Whereat, A memorial to Congro. hn
been numerouslv signed by leulln? citi
?.ens of Missouri and Illinois, inking Con
gress to make an appropriation of n mil
lion and a half of dollars, to b. iuinie ll
a!61y uxpoiidod' InV Iho' '(Mtistrdrffoii of
peruinuetit dyke In tho MNl'-lppI rlvor
between tho mouth of tho Mi-mrl and
Cairo, iit.dltl'orenuiiojnu nov- ill.llK-uJt and
dnngoro'iif to navigation' on aeeount of
siind-bar, wrecks nf ve.sels nnd other
hidden obstructions ii; tho c'luuucl: and
WJiorons, It has iil.vivys.leun theipoliej
and pleajuro 'of tho board to eueourago
overy movijinent, iiriyeto or public, .Statu
or national, which tends to prstectnnd
develop our great commerelal marimi j and
Whereas, Thu system of pc.vato slykoA
has, proved to bo thu really only otlVtlve
means of diverting and eoiitro.lni'' thu li
ter of th'o Mis!tnnl. urid that till. b' trd
Ja'ully co'tivlnceil licit byconllning tho
curionvor tint liver to a rivKy nor" '
.'V'vry iustanco whe'te natnro h furnlihed
one. anil that bv .tralghtening and deepen
Ing. tlie.ohanno'l, by limaus of dyke when
it nas a tendency to spread out, n, depth ol
iwutor.can box obtainol sutllolent to lla-it,
Uitring thu wholo asou of iiaviga.Uon,
vessels of eight and tun feet dtuught, foni
tho lissouri to thu tea. ,,' ,
(l)o(l J'latt Oil tliu W'catl'oliit Truuhlr.
'4H',Uairali aasst ba SJrauinlu li
' PrtlruUr. .
' - My. 'Utlo jlooi 'upon tho Hudson re
colved a aiight vontihitiou In tho l.o.uo
upon ytsUrday.v commltto amioii ted
to, invostigato tho freaks of some boy sat
upon the euso with dun gravity, nnd iuly
reported to tho hou.e. Ono would up
poo that, in a military school, tho teach-
ors could havopowof onough to preserve
ordur and enforco judlcijus rctvilAtlons.
General Slocum, however, In his nch,
gavous a novel vlow of tho fact. Itscom
that tho dlieipllno of tho nlaco has been
conslderibly damnged by tlio presenco of
ono of tho roval family ("Frederick Grant,
thu son of Ills Excellency, tho President of
tho United States,) at Wost 1'oint, wno
cnrriel with bin. tho porogatlvo of tho
President's offloo, and that is tho 'pardon
powur. It seems that whenever 11 student
violntes anv nftlio rule, nnd is about to
bo punished, all Iio has to do Is to appeal to1
r rfderick urant, son 01 ttio I'restucnt,
nnd. through somo norsuasion best known
to themselves. tho last named
Is ' jlnduccd. . to! "rlto to his
frttnor and procuro tho necessary par
don. Tho youth run a pardon brokerage,
but vJiotftcr, liko his respected parront, no
makes it prolltabloor not 1 do not pretend
to say. llo that as it limy, through tho 0X-.
ecutlvo clemency ho has come to bo mas
tor at 'st Point, and with this rule all
desclpliiio has (jitMppcHrd.
1 am not inclined to look upon tho acts
of thest boys ns matters oft much Impor
tance, but tlffrmillgn'InnuuricV that ex
tends to this institutions as it dooa to I
everything olo is something worth cohMd-
oring. lliu gross outrauo iiernrtratcil
ecins to havu bcun tho expulsion of three
of tne 'cadets nt midnight bv n mob of
cudets. This was no great matter in itself
tint when tho trofesors camu to. consider
It-thcy not only iwrmllted it to pass un-
tiunUlu.sl. butactunllvllivitiMl thai-xunlled
cadets to resign, In direct violation of tlld.
lawcuncerninginoinstuution that require
tho consent 'of tho guardian rtS audi rcslg
nation, and this wu slono because among
the ringleaders was Mr. Frederick Grant.
They not ouly could not punlib his high
ncss, the nrlucc, but thev wero forced.
loor dovlls, to carry out tho outraeo tho
hoys had commcnrail.
Phis sort of thing Is getting to be nan
eating. If tho Grant fatnllv woro nos-
tossed of superior intellect oranyrcllno-mi-nt,
we might submit for a few years to
thcie selllth usurpa'.lotu j but as they nre
ono and all tunid, ignorant and coarse.
onogots irrlttted beyond endurance. Tho
luci is wu urot-uvesiirom such aggrciMoni
when tho otllco is In the hands of un edu-
bated nnd refined man, for his appreciation
of tho pl.ico KVes It from drgradatlon. It
1 nut mucti to iiuncmi (iraiit. Iio re
arils itns 11 urocess throutzh which bu can
accumulate 11 fortune, and nut very hlco
in his doing It, nnd that I' nil.
However, .Mr. llenjamln camo neuror
tho Ciicuco of thu subject, ye t rday.
when ho nflored it resolution to tho effect
that A'it PoInOiad surylvud iu useful
ness. Iio paid a high compliment to the
school In admitting that it, had over boen
useful. s wo owe it protraclod,
liloody ij: .ano;-. axpewto war to
thVooiicorn, ana a It la baaed ypou a false
inllltary system, that can never bo of ser
vice, Mr. Ucnjamln cxtiggeratod consider
11b y in his t-Dort to pay- It a compliment,
llo had tho,nHirtlflcatlonho,A,oyor..l'r'l
by all thuuhtful men, to scotbo fact he
st.itesl win not understood or Appreciated,
and was forced to withdraw his resolution.
I stiopose, hfttr a hundred years' expe
rience, the per j !o will discover that grad-
r.d erentlni; nn rftlcer of this wrt, Initead
" n Pflvnlf, v." fv rmukOMii army. In
ll iw thankful (tmhttolMt that wo Hvo
insn'ej?to know theso great iiTcn. I
can iictuiilly ,yaic out of my room now
and run . 'i cnanVo of encountering Ulysses
or Old Tecutiiseh, and as I ias them. I
can enjyv,thy rcuilUIng sonso of .seeingthe
liiroes or n h 11 nil red defeat and ii' thous
and, blunder. ,
A i'miarkaltla Incslanl In tba USalory
Alice was burn in 1830, nnd was early
called to mourn tho loss of hnr mother, of
whom klio litis written i "Jly mother wa
of Ihigllsh decent 11 woman of suporlor
intellect, nun 01 a goou, won oruereu 1110.
In my memory ho standi apart from all
others wiser, purer, doing more, and
living better than any other woman,"
Pliiebo was born in 18'.!'.!; nndthero were
two younger sisters, of whom ono died In
youth, greatly beloved and lameoted. A
few' weeks before her departure, and whllo
iho was still lit fair health, sho appeared
for some minutes to bu plainly visiblo In
broad davllght to tho whole family,
across a llttlo ravlnofrom their residence,
standing on tho stoop ot n new homo thoy
wero then building, though aha was
actually asleep at that moment 111 a bed
chambor of their old house, and uttorly
unconscious of this "countorfet present
ment ' at somo di.tanco from her bodily
prefdico. This appeuraneo naturally con
nected iUolfwIth her death, when that
occurred soon afterward ; and tliououforth
tho family lmvu lout n ready ear to tho
timrvul of sDlrituulNui. Tliu youngest of
tho family, niiiiwl Klinliia, aiw a woman
ofoigned heart, oi'miuil mid person, whoitS-
poetic n well ny tier general capacities
wereofgrent prom Uoj but aim married,
whilu vol young, Mr. Swill, u Ciucintiuti
inorehiint, and thenceforward, sbsortujil in
other cares, gaYo llttlo utteutlon to lelnra-
tnie. Miooariy leu a victim to consump
tion. Her marriages" "and tho consequent
Ifiii nf hnr focictv. had u .Iiurn In Outer.
mining tho older sisters toremovo to Now
York, which thoy did In 1850. Alice
begun to wrlto verses at eighteen ; Pho'bo
nt euvontoen. Detroit Tribune.
lti generally be) ioved ainnntr uastro-
nomltt that the recent oxnorioncu of
Parisians in eating monnucrio eleidiatits
will not result iu the general adoption of
oloplmnt on toast for fiishlouublo o!recr.
Ono who had tho t'olloitv of teslinir III
juitl on u steak (dftho king of tho Jungle,
lepiKis. "tosieruay 1 naau slice 01 1'oiiux
for dinner. Pollux and hit brother
Castor nr two clephanU'tliat havu U'nn
Killed. Jt was tough, coarse and oily, and
1 do not recommend Kniilish families to
stat oleplinnt so lone as they can cct beef
or mutton," Tho extraordinary aitualicn
which toroed Pollux and Castor to servo
their connirv In tho shano of cutlets do-
vooped ouu fact, via 1 that tho trunk of an
oiojuiatii ii iiiu moss viiuhuio iiswi.
me tattle, tetcning ia iranea iwui
wliilo.tho other parts commandodbgt 10
r.... ',:,-.. fi ,..1,1,0, utll il.iiihtlasa eoublo
any olephant who shall become dea broao;
cn his travels 10 pawn m. m.
tiraat UNsarsli f raHrasajraila.
A Kentucky oapor ahowa that over ybody
has been mistaken In bellavaing that our
PreiUlcnt'a nnmo Is Grant, vrliercas It In
arnuharion. Tho Scottish clans of Grant
and Gordon onccd warred with tho Far
quhnnon clan, which thev exterminated
as to adults, although gor'don took about
hundred llttlo V.irnuharson to his
cnsli nnd maintained them In tho follw
ing int-rcitlng mannor. Hi stewnrt
placed nloi,T troURh n nn jnc0iure
tumbled foot lnv it nnd bado tho baro Ipgccd
llttlo rufllana woltsmo to hi board. Oinnt
paid Gordon a visit aM. wa, 10 greatly en
tertained by tboalght ortv wny (n which
his .enemy's children wero rus-ad that he
took aomo of 'them homo with Vni, nnd
they, of course, took tho clan nan 0f
Grant. At this tlmo many Scots wcro em.
grating to America in this way:. Shir
owners took tna poor across 1110 Atlantic,
anu som tnem in order to pay tneir pas,
aco inonov and as much tnorb ns possible,
In ono party of omirrants ratortt of these
"children of tho trough," who-wiis sold t6
a Connecticut farmer, nnd who nrocrcatei
Jesse It. Grant, tho father of tho great
American brother-in-law and our tilted
President. Doubt has been expressed n
to his christian namo, and now comes thl
i 1,1. ...in .....t .1.1.
mn ... .ii .ui iihiiii;, iii.w.ti'.J
occuiion luturo Historians to consider ins
wholo Courso as a invthm. n Dr. wlintely
madn 11 strong point in hl "Historic
Doubts'' of tlm namo "Napoleon."
Many of our public nmn, says Col.- For
ney, in hi ''Anecdote, nru capital am
atcur editors. Ho give tho follwlng ex
ample 1 "Thos. H. 'Denton was a .valuable
and vigorous contributor to-thi Globe, in
war upon tho United SlsfeV Manic. His
stylo was trenchant and elevated, and his
facts generally impregnable, .ramus
Duchanati wa a frequent writer in my old
paper, tho Lincastcr Intelligencer and
Journal, and in tho 7Vmisyfiiimiu. Ills
diction watt cold and unsympathetic, but
exact, clear ami condensed. His precise
and elegant chlrographv was the delight
of the compositors. Judge Djugla wrote
llttlo, but suggested much. Ills mind
teemed with "points'" I never spent an
hour wlth hlm which did not furnish mu
with nuw ideal. He was 11 troasuro to an
editor, because ho poscsscs tbo euro faculty
of throwing now light upon uvory subject
In tho shortest possibly time. Kx-Attornuy
General .r.S. .Black would lmvo mado 11
superb Journalist, and was n ready and,
useful contributor. Ills stylo is terse,
frosh and scholarly. Caleb Cashing is an
other statesman who onco delighted in
editorial writing, nod alill occasionally
varies his heavy professional toll by tho
aania agroeable relaxation. I bavo known
him to stand ud to bia tall desk, and dash
off column altar column on forelcn and
doraoatio politic, oa art, on finance, with
aaionisntng raptaity ana ease."
Tate Wkaia VlaTawy.
Trou a sourco which may bo regarded
aa enllralr reliable, wa obtain the follow
ing itatlatlca in relation to tba wbalo fish
ery during tne past year. Tho northern
or Arctic noct, engaged .in the capture of
right whales, embrucod, all told, fifty
eight vexseli ; and tbey obtained 58,:i.j1
barrels of oil, including walrus, and TSS,
83.1 pounds of bone being nn uvoragu to
each vessel of 1,001 barrels of oil, and
13,71:1 pound) of bono. Tho largest catch
of the season was mado by tho ship Jose
phine, of Now Hod ford, which took home
.'.ICQ brrels of oil. There wero twenty
per cont. lei vo.iels cnguged in the bust
! ...... 1.. 1 j-(ni..,n i '.la .1.. a. ...... .....
111 .1 in . w iu ..ui it in ui., .im uuivp .luimiup;
'Jlo against 2C0. There liavo been imported
into tna country ttio past vcar 00,153 tiar
rols of sperm oil, "0,210 6nrrols of whale
oil, and ilSO,'.: pounds of bono. Wo have
exported in tho samo tlmo MiifiVQ luirrols
sperm oil, v,iO'j oarrcis ot wnaiooii, and
u37,'Jld pounds of bone. This shows an
Incrctiio of Import) and a decrease of ex-
jHirt. Tho houiu consumption for 1870
was .13.334 barrels ofnporm oil. 00.031 bar
rels of whalo oil and 303,207 pounds of
wuaiuooiio; oeing a i moral advanco over
iBbu. ajio prco oranerm ol! In INlu
averaged $1 83 nor callon. and In 1870.
$1 ,17; whalo oil iu tho former year
averaged si U2 per gallon, nnd fn tho Ut
ter only 60 conts. Tho avcrago price of
whaloborm In 1600 was $1 20 por pound,
and In 1870, RH cents. During 1870 tbo
American whnllnc fleet has been Increased
by six vessels, and has lost by sale, ship
wreck or withdrawal, thirty-nine,
Aaaeslata mt Brrshsr anil Chajilu.
Speaking cf churches reminds nioof nn
anecdote of Henry Ward lleechor nnd Dr.
Chaptn. During the summer vacation,
thov were travelini' a abort stago route to-
gather, aud according to their wont and I
may say, tho wont of all good men on such
occasions rodo upon the outilde, passing
thu time mot agreeably in genial conver
sation and in admiring the n-encry. At ono
of the stopping place on the route, a cum
trymax naked them 'i-ould they make room
for him up there?" which thoy cheerfully
did. Soon after taking his se.at.Mr. Hcccher
entered into conversation with him, and
finding that he bad recently returned from
a visit to New York, and to uo hi own
expression, had seen enough of It, asked
hjm Jf he stopp'vd over Sunday and went
to meeting there. Ho said ho had, nnd
went over to Brooklyn to hear a fellow
preach ; hodid not hear hh name. ' Henry
Ward Hecchcr'" suggested Dr. Chapln.
"Ye, that wa hU iia-io.'' "How did you
liko hlml" mid Dr. Chapln, idyly wink
ing at Mr. lleechor. 'Oh, very well,"
said the countryman. "Did you go to hear
him in tho afternoon said Mr. HeocliAr.
"No, I went up town to hear another big
follow." "Dr. Chapln?" suggested Mr
lleechor. "Ye, that wa iho namo."
"And which did you liko l est?" said Mr.
Ileeeher winking at Dr. Chnpin 'Oh.
thunder," a'd the countryman, "Dr.
Chapman can preach lleechor out of hi
boot J 1 You had hotter believe thero wa
11 pretty loud shout went up from that
coacli lor a 111110 wituo nuuk miu u.-,
...ntl.n.1 Om Miinlrvnutn. whn fullm! to
recognlxo hi Jovial follow travelers
luiii.nm ,..w w. .... j ........ . ..... -
1 L.ilmor narlv IndtkATalioa. pan.ina nnn.
ktZlli;.'iMasiuntissl tc., ooTioa triad I in
VBii titty adsartiaait rrudy, bu dlncoteieda
aluiple. roaaaa efaasf aursi, a Inch be all! od for
Dia i-uow-aunwaTi. asuxu, , o. .
I. & II HIS
THE DAVIS VERTICAL RED
The Completcsrt, SlBipleHt' aad Be
Sewing. Machtae taUie
The drmnti.l for' tha D.VVIH BEWtXO MACK
l.N'Kln Uim AUisaila Statea, where tnr art bast
Known, nnil nrieirt thev auoDlAnt mil .Dim. la
rrenlni Ih ltt enn I iuppllnt.
IlneTorlaliafaaity kind of work. IlUalmpU,
coiiM.tlnir ut nit .iron ,.ri.. uJ lti mr.l.
f'f ! enn Jfs it to run oer urarnt aaJ to turn cor-
uerwititlifHilehHiiitfiof siireli or tenstna.
Clothtnff anil lifora tninufactup--N nr.r-rll. fa
all 01 ti.r. ami Hint lllaju.l lha thing for ratnllf
aenltig ereri"dyvnl acknowledga aflaraxaaa.
Mr!"M lln lor. hiTM aawral attaa aaul difl.rnl
tile, of finiili. ami rcieeetfallrJnrUa allnho
BEST SEWING ICHIHE
Staatifoetur'J (astro llicn.i oil befora Dureha.
Call and net CfrraUr.
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Copper and Sheet Iron Work
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110 OHIO LEVEE,
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Toilet Wan, Coal fire
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M.iaiifarturer of 1
Tin, Hopper, Zincand Sheetlron
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