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BY JOHN II. OBERLY &
LATH AND LUMBER
Bulwocn Commercial and Wash
ca mo, I renvois.
AucntH Tor Hoc k Kiwi Iu;.or
Company's Nhi-ntliittp- Foil iin;l
II. W. John's, liuprovt'il Hoof
lug ultra) o on liaml.
HOOTS i.M) .siioi:s.
UUX l'l,OWi;it SAI.OOX. 1
P. FITZGERALD, Prop'r i
Ohio Letee, bet. ith nml I'.tli Slv
! nytr pi 'It I with l'ir rle .-t I, -it f f
II and ami Kcr.t L..ir of ttrtt lr n t.
rlli l.'.,ih llioily
c .;i mi i f .I j.f
JOI1X IIYIAM'K KAI.OO.V
In supplied Mitli all klntla nl
DOORS A H
QIIPTDinR I inilOP i ""' M'UM-'!'"ort ami ). Hedmnud,
OUrEiniUn Lly UUrO I ,,,, r 'he South ban Won in great
ON nlit:ilVlALi:SlM' "fa jor like tho ..wW, nnJ
imwu i:itita nl Nibihstrr.!, j it h"ubl rcceivu a liberal supjwrt. It
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. is flw looking sheet, ami the matter.
. tiiiftjr,'hlct( ofi i inoi.i.ruM Kir ( original ami soh'ttcd. is evidently prc-
Mm at all, and th.e h it , , .,
FK AO It ANT VI A It 1 ',nr,,, Wl"'"rc:,t t,nro-
Cnhrl(.' rwnt i!irlil h lir.
I'miinrlnr uf llm
If t ...I t a.
iiiiinru nniuuu aim liar itooiu
hhbv . Ilr'"eM. out ercejM no ii" oeny mm
BjM m Mffcfarl Wm rffc ! whine I'm so wirry you ilid that."
j 'iraut has it under hi fnot, and pro
IOM Commercial Avi-., ; Xniwltl , vvull like to
C'ail'O - - - Xllinois declare for Sitiiiner. but it it afntid : it
y 1 Ml' I V( i .H A CI 1 1 i:s.
li c in niiniii
, OH II I)
'I'll K DAVIS VKUTK'Ai. VIXU
Tlic t'omnlctest, Simplest uul'lo
Sewing Maclilue In Use.
Cor. 8th SI, &Washington Ave
Th Jrmn lfor thn l.VH SKWIS'. JIAt'll
INK in ih .lUnuesiAt, vlifri' Uiy t U-.l
knowa, un'l wlifrn tln-jr iipilnt mI nihcr, l
ctfHl. t tlkiu ca he ii'LJ.
It nnv.T f.iiu in any It"' ' ( l.i'1
riiiituiK of it ft rtri'iij; ittl", nn.l IN rrliu.
fn i'imiilr li to inn mir ntiis tn l loturii '!
lier ultliniitcli.inzi) nf Ulirli or tPiisn-n.
t'tntliliiit ol IiI'ito ininufMliirtTn petfrrlt lo
nil iiIit. nti't lint tli ul Hio tluna f.-r f uit.lj
hiiii( i U'rvlyJy nl liu ! ii i.dc lo iiltHrumn
'".Mrr U i lorn i:t 'r.i) in I l 'l. rnit
ili' rtini.li, nii'l riMs.'lf'ii'v in. ii' .iIimIiu
BEST SEWING MACHINE
Mnnnfv'tiir') toj;it lliciiin cull Itffnrn piinOia.
ini;i...Hrr, Cull nml (lit a Circular.
omo li;vi:i:, cumo.
FULTON A: SON'S, - - l'ropilct or
Art! Kotv In full 0ivriitloii,
Jli t... Fulton i Horn, nro rf rrJ toliirnloli
..II klu.la ofrKlour of llin lit'tt )uailly, nn.l nl.o
.Mill I'lcl of nil KlncN. liriiliam Kloiir. ina.v.'k
or In W quantity, mmlr Irom lm l e.l While
stoves, tinware, etc.
' DKAI.KU IN
Tin and Hollow Wnre, Clothes Wiinircrs
Toilet Wine, Coal Hods, l'lm
Slinvcls, Air (Jratcs,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron
N- 166,B' Ave
IlouMug. Clutttrlny ana all kliul ol
lob Work Pone at ftbortt Notice,
I Tin: knowing ones about the Stale
capital believe tlint Gov. I'alincr will
veto the f Jiilticy railroad bill. Ami
Tin: San Francisco Xnm ,., as
sorts that Mrct Ilarto lms been "iiillv
I f the crime of gobbling manscripts;
' . , . .. i 1 i I.! , . -I .1... . - I
;niniiiu io nun as cuimr oi ijiu
Id ti.i:k jirnio.-c' In revive (lie I'e-
coil-trtii'tinii Committee and onnlinue it
through tbo present ( 'engross. The
near approach of tbo Providential canvas-,
renders t li i-4 course advisable.
I Tut: Legislature is making haste
I .-lowly : but the gait ofthu until in f lie
! right liructiiiii ti bu preferred io llio
' swift pace of the race-horse in llio op-
j i ieiic direction.
Tin: ;eriM.nis of .Missouri bavo no
l"vc for Giant. The St. Louis l!qnl-
',v"" ,,,e.v m i like l,im whKu
lit; Mas nrst pnJjsosv'i (is u fnnoiunnj im
the Presidency, ami they nw alum-i
titiuriiinnttily lialc ami doapisc bim.
Wi; hae iueiwd Our m- ."';
j iiv' an agricultural paper published nt
, New Orleans. Mr. James II. 1 1 tim -
I Tin: St. J.oui.t I) m rtt, which vn
M one time a bohl ami able ixir, li-
, beconic a tlrivoler. It dttrrt not cay:" I
i i i.... .. ... i . it.. i
W'liihl like to denounce the Kuixrr
' oitiir I'rc.-itli'iit. but it dare not : and
1 so it only n-grut the dtcii.ii whir hlwl
to Mr S.i'iriur's di-pl.tfjiu
A Citizkn'h Tit'Kirr has bottn iiiuii-
I inatcd in (Vutrnlia, ami the )M int
of that place is giving to it a very oar-nc.-t
support. IMitnr Tufts, however,
niu-t be cautiniis. lfhehnsunt a-kod
the men who run the PciiHU'ratit' party
ofCcntralia for their porniiion t sup
port the ticket, ho may be lrud out tf
the parly, and his Democratic friends
may carry their .support to "the other
paper.' Tufts must learn that a Dem
ocratic editor in a small town has no
opiui.iu which he daro maintain in op
position to the men who run tho parly,
lie careful, Tuft-.
That very unreliable rwevt-tuRiiig
journal, the Chicago TiUmif , has aeer
taiued that tho cui-titutioii i- not a mil
itary code, nor our body of laws the
rule of a drum-head court martial, ami
tn-scrls that the couutrv is in doubt as
to whether it has moat to fear or to
hope as the icult of trying lo uncertain
by electing Grant President whether he
would be as valuable a n civil ruler as he
was io. a soldier. Tho country is no
longer in doubt. It has come to the
coiicluioii that it has most to fcai that
Grant is a soldier in the Cabinet as ho
was in tho field. 1 Io wears his cword
in tho council chamber, ami knows no
law but his own will.
I'kuiua has capitol on the brain.
Slio is endeavoring to i-ncuro tho n
moval of tho State capital iVom Spring
tield, and to obtain the prize for hcr
own me. Wo do not boUovo that tho
Peorians will got much return for their
labor in this cause. Tho Capital will
not go to them at their call. It will
not reiuovo from Springfield until Cairo
is ready to receive it. and that will be
when Cairo ccates to bo tho home of
honest people, l'oorin h a mean enough
placu to bo thu capital, but Springfield
has tho advantage of her in this re
spect, and will coutinuo to hold tho
State house and bo alllicled by tbo pros
ciico of stupid legislators with nuno
monoy than brains, and very little of
.t snmr.T Muucvi.TvnM,
W have received the circular of the
order of the "1'atroiHof Husbandry," a
secret agricultural society, the primary
objectH of which are, general improve
ment in husbandry, ami the promotion
of a fraternal feeling among all persons
engaged in farmingand horticulture pur
suits throughout the union. The order
was organized in tho belief that "com
bined co-oper.itire association for indi
vidual improvement and common ben
efit " would dofor the agriculturalist,
what it has done for all other clnue.
X 1 1 waiiuiiitjilJVaed in 1807 and in the
f'Mir yean of it existence hat acquired
strength ami dimension beyond tho
Initios of ilf founders. The head or
principal society of the order is called
the National Grange, and it luc.v
ted at Washington City. Iw offi
cers aro nine in number, and are
designated as Master, Lecturer. Ivur
seer, .Steward, Arsistant Steward. Chap
lain. Trc.nurcr, Secretary, and (Jato
ki'iipor. Thorn tiro t. fiKtouii gen
eral deputies among whom are the ed
itors of the principal agiicultural
sr of the country. Subordinate
S'lcictie are al called Uramres, and it
i the desire "fthox' interested toodnb
lish them in eory part of tho country.
In furtherance of this object, the eir
t'lilnr of thu order, setting forth it.s
aims anil the mean" by which they are
to be accomplished, lias been issued.
Wiuiii'tiarc admitted to full member-hip
in ihc order, mid their en-opointion in
sojHMteu nevauM' oi a conviction mat
without their. "iid sutccs will be less cur
tain and decided." Any information
in relation to the order, with a view to
orgtiui.ing Granges, may be obtained by
addressing O. H. Kcllev. Sccretarv of
tho National Grange, Washington,
I). (V '
ro '.i.i.sv; ;.v(?,.i.7).
Iii the Senate debate on the removal
of Mr. Sumner from the Foreign Rela
tion Committee, it was charged by Mr.
itiiuier's friends that Mr. Grant had
eoiuiitaudutl lti deposition because ho
di-likcd the grout .Ma.iichu-utU orator
bud that gftitlciiriii w.i the impediment
in the wav nf the annexation nf San
Doiiiiogo. Tho defi'ndersf the Km
nror did not contradict this a.-crtion.
but held that the ronmval wa doinaudcd
by llio KH-uliar condition id' nffiiirs.
Since that debate, his maje.-ty has been
mi kind a to inform tho public that
.Senator Sumner's opposition to San
Domingo was not thecause which led to
his di-grace. In a conversation with
his eontidcutial friend, Representative
liutlor, of Massachusetts, ho stated that
Mr. Sumner's views on foreign alf.tirs
dilfercd so widely from the policy of
the administration that it was utterly i
impossible to hold him. Taking their
cue from tho Kmpcror, his courtiers are
now assorting, (wo ipioto from a Wash
ington special to tho Chicago J'ott, an
uiici'inpromisiiig court journal,) "that
Mr. Sumner's hostility to a moderately
peaceful ami honorable adjustment of
our relations with Great Britain will vin
dicate the I 'resident's course and that of
From this it appear) that Mr.Sunincr
was decapitated because he would not
consent to surrender at discretion to
Kiighiml, and was determined to insNt
upon tho enforcement of nil tho ju.tt
claim held by our government agaiunt
(treat liritain. Wo do not believe that
this will be a more satisfactory excuse
for the high-handed outrage of the
Kinperof Grant than the one given by
his adherents in tho Senate. Time,
swtitius (7.i.,7;.ifi,.t.v.sT yu'A'.v.
sini-: m: m j)i:.ouxci:i as a
i:.'i, vim, vici.
Tho Mound City, tlaiianil has an
aversion to General llurnsido which
amounts to u passion and crops out on
every available occasion in an excellent
article of abuse.
Ill IIIU UlSl llllOIOVI Ol IIIO IHINOIIH
the General is broadsided-cribhed
' ,. . ., . ., 1
with editorial bombs mid riddled with a ;
1 iiorfi'ct shower of caustic sentences, lie
...t : n. i.. ,...v, v.,,. 1
str IIIL'll. 1 1 CJUllllLJ I IVIIVjIiIi 1 IttlSt lll'i
vici. V o ask our readers to careiuiiy
observe thu cutting severity of this epi
thet. It is a crusher. Wo cannot
understand how llurnsido can Mirvivo
it. If ho does, it will bo because ho
can survive tho crash of matter and tho
wreck of tho worlds. To call u man
veni, or vidi, or vici, in " lower-case "
Idlers would border upon a mortal o(
... . , ..it..
ILLINOIS, MUCH lo, 1 -
fen.se. but the three words at once, ant
in small-cap letters, is an atFront which
calli with a loud voice' for tubs full of
We are not an admirer of Gen. Hum
side, and have not been since his celc
hratcd order against Democratic cditorn
thrcatcucd us with a bastile or two, but
we did not believe he was what the
.'rH(i?callshim. If we understand what
VKisr, vnu, via means, the General
is a' disgraced man if he cannot prove
that he m not what is implied, and has
never had anything to do with such trans,
actions in his life. If the General ia YKSI
Vim, vici, in small caps, the fact must
be apparent to evory person th.it ho is
not the nun to build a railroad. Wo
have never known a man at whom this
reproach could bo truthfully hurled
upon who:c character this stigma could
be fastened who had tho least ca
pacity as a railroad builder.
j The charge is, we fear, to "urn-
tide's hopes, and is sufficient to make
each county court along the lino of the
road order itself to take tho matter
under consideration and report to itself
at Mime future day. Tho mere sugges
tion of the possibility that Uurns.idc
may bo CM, &e.,'hai compelled us to
sour on him," and wo wish to bo un-
du'r.'lood when wo say that our hands
are washed of all apologies for him; that
hereafter we will be found Mnudiug
shoulder to Hhouldcr with that noble
band of citizens who believe Cairo
would be bettor oft" withoutaiiv railroad.
j We intend to he. In the future, cheek by
jowl with tho.u enterprising citizens
who are determined to strangle
the fj it V. Jl. It. because tho city coun
cil of Cairo gave to the company the
right of way down Commercial avenue
in front of the bu.-iuess houses of omu
of our most estimable property holders,
and we shall also be found with that
band of gallant spirits who are working
in the interest of the Illinois Central to
lender the construction of the voad im
possible. In our opinion the man who
can resist takingthis stand alter learning
that Hurnsido has Imjoii denounced by
mo .(.inin hi small. caii letters, as
vkxi, vim. vici. mut hnvo a peouni
ary object in view or Ik- either ro'kh-
Cm::i'ivman, Hanker,, lloiik-ke,.peri,
KditoM, and all others that lead f islcntarv
lives, will find mueh rollof from tho fre-
'liient Hendiiehof, Ncrvomness, and Con
itlpntlonongciidered from wnnt of exercise.
by tukliigSlmninii," r.ivor IteKiilntor. It
linharmlesi ve;etnblu compound; It can
do no Injury! and number who hnvo tried
it will conlldciitly itMcrt that It U tho best
remedy that can bo uied. marl ldA:wlw
Tin: Chicago 7says that .Mr. Marvin
Htighltt, Into General .Superintendent of
the Illinois Central railroad, ha accepted
a similar position In the Milwaukee and
fit. l'auhnnd removed to Milwaukee. The
managers of the latter ro.td have howu
wisdom in selecting for thl rcponiblo
position a man whottamUnmongthomoU
clllclcnt and upright of railway olUelal.
and who at an early aire ha attained n
tank in his profct'ilou that bid fair to bo
but the stepping (tone to what ho may le
iouubly hopo to reach In the future.
Tim following I n lending eJitorlul
In tho Cleveland Herald! '-Wo wish to
givo a very sitnplo remedy for fuvcr and
njjue- and wish to cniphualzd by raying
that It ha to our knowledge, proved very
clllcacloiii. It U elinply common tilt. .V
teapoonl'iil tukeii in w.itor and a teaspoon
fid deposited iiitldocach tdoeklnj,' next Urn
foot Just a tho chill It roining on. That
all there li; but, knowing that It luu beon
very otltctcious In 'direakire;' tho chill and
perfecting u cure, wo pu', it In our editorial
columns, where no huiiibiit; remedy sHull
over llnd a place, If vo know It."
(icuerul Itoauregurd s only ton h,e et
tied at Kansas City.
In Humllton, Canada, udlisipatel young
man, I'iorro Napoleon .Martlgny,chiiniiug
to bo an illegitimate ou of the Into N.i
poloon 111., hui. boon sent lo prison for
driinkMines and swindling.
K-ilieen l.nhella lias nt but nurreii-
i. . , ,
" H WV"
Vienna, and Intends to make that city
10r nonnanunt residence.
ulm'lmo reported to be In .tralgiit
i ened tlnnnclal clrcuuiUncus. Ho ha re
cently been forced to tell most of UU
prlvalo property to meet hi ob
ligations, incurred, it i Uted, by hi lib
oral mode of entertaining.
Soma unscrupulous Joker having sot
alloat a bogus lultur eigiied by Itobert
Toombs, tho well known (icorgian au
thorize an Atlanta paper to deny its nil
thordilp, nud tomyl'iirlher, that be never
declared that ho expected to rail hU
slave-roll on Hunker Hill.
Tin colored people of Now York city
ore lionizing a ronl Hack I'rlnco from
Africa, the Itov. .Incob Von Ilrun, of the
liossa tribe, of I.Iberia, who comes to this
country to ownkenon Intcrcit In bolmlf of
of his own people, tr raho them from tho
dngratlcd condition they aro In, and to
spread tho Word of Ood among them.
THE CLOSING SCENE.
What I'rnuce Is Iloln tt Trni lm Iiunn
mid Itnrlit fort lli'uil Tim Urdu ml
Work rstllr Kvnvuntcil So fJer
uinut Necil Ajuily.
Geii.Trochu it insane. oayii French
Tho dcntli of Koohof.irt, tho l'nri I
jovrntilist, It reportcsl nml llio report has
hcoiM,onlrnillol'd. Iti theruforo jiroba-
blc that he I vet alive. He hould have
diced long ago.
Tho Rodi of l'arU aro beginning to
imitate, and a revolution, bloody and lor-
rlblu, innv he ;oofed for. Tho Kod aro
foob in politic, and htiinnn monster In
power. They talk about liberty, and
murder whoever takes itsuo with them
The publication In l'aris of social econ
omy journals hat been forbidden by the
Tho (ierman troop evacuated Vcrsollloi
on Sundnv lat.
The symllettl ehiunbers of eomtiiereo In
I'uris lmvo (lecldud that no fiormatii thall
b: employed in tho trndua of that city.
ite Ulilti'l Oct the ncmorrnlle
Hum It.'ii llcrnl.l fire- nnati I.eurr 1
"Hero is a copy of a latter that 1 wrote
Seymour after his nomination, ' said Aleek
I. oil'-'. In llio eourse of a dial which I had
with hint at lilt I'ldiitiul reiidcueo on .lohu
The letter va dated .Inly 1 Ith, thu same
month and year of the mumorablo Demo
cratic Convention in New York. It wm
n K'lisitivo and urgumuiilntivo document,
in which the writer tluuionitratcd the al
most Impossible chance of tho Domoeratle
nominee i.f election, nud eiitroatei him to
withdraw in favor of Chute; "and would
you tiidivvo it," continued Mr. Long, Mio
never hud the graeo to reply to It."
Mr. Look,' uld 1, "whon I met you in
Now York, you weru pruity curtain that
Chau would bavo rieelved tho nomina
tion." Lmur Why. vui, 1 had every Htiiiriitiee,
and WmIi McLean thought too. I told
vott that (!.siriro I'aiidlilon could not net
It, and 1 wn risjlit. If my ndvicu liud ' the coiiiiiiisnioii left Hayti, I.ujieroli, who.
Uoen taken. Ciin'e would Imvobe.'it sprung U olio of Cabral's d'enerab, mado a hoitilo
upon thu Imi'.ot when it wua the misfor- ' deinuii.trotion i!j:iiit Monto C'hriati, but
tuno to hi.o Seymour noniitnttcl, but - Ihe erow of tho United .States man-of-war
Wash, and ..'.her dviel ditfen ntly. Conitrvss checked the demonstration.
Their idm w is to all .w Hendricks and i Treiidcut Jlaex iiecompanied tho Com
H uncock to run to tho extent of their line, inlsioncr on tho Teiiuoiseutis far a Azu,
for thov wur- inths mm lat with I'eu-' whore ho was to toko personal command
dlotiio. nuiil.er stnod an,' chaiieo for the . of tho force oporatlni: in that ouartcr 1
notnlimtion. mid thou Chuo would have
carried the convention Jti't as fc'eyniour
did ; but MuCook nud Vallnndigham
spriini; thu mine and homed us on our own
.Myelf--It was unfortunate that you do-
I.oin: I nfortiiuato? It was . Indeed.
Kvorvtlilmr was cut and dried, .)ude:o
Coojier, of Tcnui'ssco, bail a speuch pru
p.insl for the occasion, and tho mutter wn
lully nrraugtsl. I never felt more dis
gusted in my llfu when Soymour wa
called upon ti) accept tho nomination. It
was done to uiti neniinci.f, ouiiiiiio more,
it killed thu Democratic party fur the time
.Mvself Mr. Long, wnsii t thciecousid- j
orablo opposition by member of the eon- J
volition to me uomiiiaiion oi .ur. unase.
Lour Oh, that would not have
amounted to auythlui;. It is trim
that at a meeting at tho l'iftli Avenue Ho
tel, Thurmau i;oi drunk, and, mounting a
table, pledged liimsolf that ho would not
vote for Chase, and so did Henry Clay
Dunn and thu bahiuro of thoio present ;
hut Wash .MeLoiin said It was all non
sense, and that they would coiuo over ft
enough when the whisky was out of their
Mysolf Doyou think that .Mr. I'haso
will 'allow his num. i to be used in tho
forthcoming convention .'
J.oiik c, Mr. Chasu hn recovonsl
from his recent fiidlspo.liiou, anil I think
this time liu will bo the Domoeratle
standard-bearer, with a nearly a possi
ble a chance of being elected. 1 corres
pond with him, but I don't propose to
hcw you any of hU letters.
Mysolf All right, I won't ask you ; but
what do you think nt Charley Woolloy'it
" lluekeyo'1 revelations?
Long I think that Woolley Is Injuring
himself more than any ono clo. 1 know
lli.o flittpA 1. ,i timl!o. .....ittw 11....
.11... ...v.v. ....... .nt,.., ...im
d ricks for the gumo ho playml ngidnst
I'endletou. ami that Wash, .McLean is
peculiarly bitter, but you ico all thU is so
much in favor of Chase, who, o far n I
can sea Into the future, will assuredly walk
over tho truck.
1 thnnko.l Mr. I.jng.Jand fitter partak
ing of hi hospitality, in tho idiupu of a
notation of whlnkied raspberry. 1 took
my leave, a wlsur, if not butt r man.
- . . - .
IIoKsiim nil I'.xiirnslvo Luxury.
I from the t'hi. a(; Tiiium.
A sor.tiuieutal ntutUtichin lk'nra not
that If the tood given to dogs in this coun
try in it speeiliod tiiuo had teen given to
hog Instead, it would have produced thu
vuluo of S50.000.oOi) in nork. Thuro i one
slight circumstance which tho statistician
appears to hnvo overlooked, and that i. i
liiu laet tout the nogs would have declined 1
to cut tho food which wont to tho dogs, !
Do" aro fond of mutton, for Instance,
whereas hogs have seldom bem acvo,od of
commuting depredations on iheep-foldi.
f.T.Malneoll'urs to every able-bodied i
ni'.ilo Swedo a farm of one hundred acres,
and exomption Irom taxation uum "' i
fc3riil tho .Middleloa iv.011 i.i poor- .
Iioo.ii li h nniti who is the lust 01 a lauiiiy
.. .... I
nl thirtV.all children ol Olio lootlier I
l?l'li,xWK'x ?ho lone foritotleii mifio,
Still Hill thu wulii xi.n.i.,
Timing thu Kol.rtlllihlot tho proienf
W llli color of romn.i
I Lear you call, ao.l avo the tun di t-u.Iinu
Oa roclc. nml warn, ati'l wnd,
A down thccoA.t tho Minion vnicn. Mcn.llne.
HirUlo the neathen Mnd. '
Within thn circle ol) our Incantation
No l)llgnt or inlhlcMT fnlli ;
Nor fierce unrest, aor luit.nor yet amltit.r.n,
l'A"c llio'o nlry tralli.
liornotolhr s'.rell of yen long wares retcllnir,
I touch the further wit
I iio thodyinv uloiv of Spanlili glory,
Tho (unset dream ndlat I
lleforo mo tl tho ilomQhape l Mission (owor,
Tho wart commnnder In Ins leather Jcrklu,
Tho irle.t in rtolo of snow.
Once more I co old Portia' cross H4iinv,
And nhorelhe eeltinir im.
And nat the hen.ilat)., norllnrard -laul.
Oiolemn liell, I rho.eeoiientnttsl iiimiwi
llne.ill the filth nf old
Otinkllnttliells' that luile.1 with twilight mo-. '
Mho iiritual fol I '
our volee hresk and falter in the dnrktx
1 1 rent, taller an I nr. null;
And vailed nod liilh like the lioeln .It-. -, n i.n -
Tlio Min sinki lic.m ll.olnll !
The Coiiimlsslinii rs llomew aril llniiiul.
Their llrpnrls U'hnt ICnilieror
tJriint l)e.li'es.lln)'ll (urns I lie fold
Nkw Yol'.K, March 11'. Speelnl .1 -
patches from Kingston, .fumairn, stuto
that thu t'nited .Stale steamers Teniieeo
and Nantucket arrived theru ve,terdnv
from l'ort mi l'rlnco. Tho Ctimiiiiiiloiitfrrt I
are making out tholr report, whii ti nro
sirong lor annoxniioii. Thu Team
will leave for New York n soon n -L,
coal, by wny f Key Went. All lianJ- .,r..
Tliu Comiuiiloiicr were badly receive 1
in Hayti, whuro Genoral Cabral Intonnol
iiiciit inui no ii.iu nan no oauiu with ?..
Uismston March 11. Tho iteniinhit) J
Hornet remain at Port uu l'rlnco eU cly ,
watehe.1 by tho Spanlth war steamer IV-
nrro. Lntitnili Iiml.im Inn honn rnlu.vi.,1
and left homo on tho tub Inn. Tho Her-
net 1 to bo old by order of consignee.
KtNOsTOV, .Ian. II. 'the I nitutl Mates
iteamer Icneiteo and Nantucket,
tho ii....I,a .,' .!, S,.m M..,.,i t'... .:
mliilon, arrived hero to-day, by wav of
l'ort an-l'rlnco. All are will 'on board
both steamers. Tho Tcnncueo will still In
fo.irdaya for Now York by way of Key
Weit. The performances of tlui'Vunnuseo
have dcllubtod ovory body. Tho feara of
liur eitidlltolt urn tinv sunreit tiy uoso on
ltoard. and lior ollicora reeurd her n
ouo of tho slroiiL-uil thini lit tho unvv.
Kach Commissioner U proparing to draVt
Ida report and a yet tho separate draft
uavouol neon compared uiioiihioitno nt..
of tlie resolution of Cotiu-rois. 'llio reports i
..e.i...- i .t ..... . ..i.t . 1
of thoCommlssIauera will show a condition
of all.ilr favorable to auexatiou. Ilcforo I
i atjaiiist Cabral. Cabral rent messengers to
! thu Commisjiidiers, whilo they wore in
nayii, inn nc inn not vi.u inoni, nor iia
on uueu suvii iiv iiiiv one uunctio.l to too
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
II !" Parker n. K.
pAKKl.lt .V IIMKi:.
WHITE LEAD. ZINC, 011$
Window (iliis mid l'utty.
Ilrtialira, Wnll lnirr, Wliiitinv Shea
u.'i omo i.cvr.i:,
Gsvii'o - - - - 1 1 Hnos
J.ttS! B.. 'l'3SOHK,
I ire..w.l n do nil . ii.H i
.. ., AMI,
IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
('ttiii:it 'Mi.iii'.t': ai.avi'.m':: a.m
cok. urn st. .'.'Oitio i.r.vi:i:,
lus iu-1 ns'. ire I n lull mi I 'iil I -.. '. ol
Gents' Furnishing Goods
.0 Hv.-ri ile.emd on. uhrhv, II I -' .Id in .. e
thai ill not tall .i ed all ."r '''i'. lVrucl
illatfiucaiitred, Ils ll of
Shirts, Huls, Caps, olc,
not exi'elle I a point o pr ee, t). nel !
In tin cr iinjr oilier market.
oiinh iCAisia.vc; a.vi ov;
SUMERWELL & BAIRD
Uo prepared lo i;d:o e,oilrn u f. r to
m nj.' I." i ot mi)- re or ut ii in.
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I in llio VrIil.
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1.. r iti re-pnn'ills for pajiiicnt of nil loif,
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(Siirioiii i .tii! the 1' .sli l'.illev Hol ler lh
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l;000 claims, amounting "to a,S'its
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