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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, .MARCH 22, 1871.
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Widow Glass nnd Fntty.
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Cairo - - - - IllinOft
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The Nathan murderer lias again
I "turned up." Forrester i.-t uhhpiitoit;!.
am tiie world in Ix-itij.' hunted lor Iiitn.
At onetime wo have Iiim in J'ortland,
tlien in Philadelphia, again in Boston
and Chicago. His last appearance has
been on the Island of Nantucket the
man himself, with the black mtintachc,
thu abort hair, a.mall feet, rood teeth,
only one gone, and the Indian ink
bracelet was "all there." The reran
blauce it fluted to bo cuiicluiivt'," and
the inhabitant or (he inland were about
to arrest him, but a" they were in doubl,
and as no one can e.cape from the place,
without being observed, he wn allowed
to continue his perambulation, and the
police of New York city were mumm
TilK Territory of Arizona iiinn very
unfortunate condition in confluence of
thu determined and murderous attacks
of tbo Apache Indian.', the mot fero
cious and bloodthirMy on the American
continent. HV have to record another
attack, which occurred a few weeks
Mticc Tins Mage from l-'ort Vuma to
Tuscan was attacked and captured by
these savage.-', und, although the driver
had three ball. placed in hi.-, leg and
an arrow in his breast, yet he and the
only paenger contrived to make good
their ecapc. It is no wonder that citi
zens are very much alarmed, and fou
nder life and property to bo valueless
in such a country. Thev arc very in
lignant at Hen. .Stoncinnii for lemoving
to California and representing the
country to bo in a quiet condition. It
onicthing decisive was done in
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I.Ol-ls .V.SPoI.KO.V HoNAP.SllTK, for-,
merlv l'mperor of the French, arrived I
in Endand vesterdav. where, for the
future he will i.mbablv tale un his
ubode, and where it i probable ho will
lie. He will be somewhat of a lion
and will undoubtedly become the center
of considerable attraction in that coitn
trv. It is inauv years .-ince he m- ,
jourued there; and he will have the op
portunity afforded him of vis-itini; hi-1
old lodgings in Hlnau Urtet, Chel-on, i
where he resided when he nelcd a n '
peeial coiiitablc during the C'hnrtit I
agitation. Ho lias -ccii olllo tijis mill i
down- in his time, and if he was poor he
could rnadily make a larire sum of
money by publishin': "Life and
Times of Napoleon IIIesKmperor of
the French, in 2 vole, oct." Ho lias a
itcrury taste, as was e?pcciallv shown ,
in his "Life of .Itilius Urvsar," and he ;
could not do better than write a life oft
iimself. It is neccs.-ary, too, that he
.should vindicate him-elf from all par
ticipation in gutting up tho late war
with Prussia as it was uuiicci,.siul
and represent him-clf ns tho victim not
only of misfortune, but of a depraved
On April ".rd it will
Virglniu talks about eparntii'
Statu and Congressional election?.
Senator Trumbull refuvd to norvo on
the judiciary committee with tlio distin
guished Conkllng, of Now York.
Tho l.uictntcr, ln.. Jnidlinawr (Kail.)
says that the Pennsylvania Central rail
m . . I - -I.I....-
road owns a majority 'i mo iegiimnri' "i
tho Stato. What n reckless Investment or
Tho Democratic victory in Now lliunp t
shlro was won in splto of the diversion nl- f with nrs"iile on tho .1.1, on account ol III
fected by the labor reform ticket, nearly . treatment at home,
all tho votes cast for which were those of j A I rI Hon wu lately killed near
dlsnfl'oeted democrats. j jy, Angolos, while gorging himself on
Tho "President s stall'," v mtever that j surreptitious vual. Jttoolcsuven rillo balls
be, costs tho country fjo.ouu tins
year, an appropriation to that amount hid
ing been smuggled at Grant's instance Into
one of tho appropriation bills jut before
the Into Congress adjourned.
The IJoston Trttnserij'i says 'Charles
Sumner is os.fortunato in his triends in
tho Senate Messrs. Trumbull, AVllson,
Sherman, Seburr, Logan and .Morrill as
In hiseuemlos Messrs. Nye, Howe, l'oolo,
Chandler, Cameron, ct id genua omne."
Tho Concord Ittriot hoisted to tho head
of its columns a tow of coloisul roostors,
tho cuts of which had been lying In a for
gotton drawer for sixteen, yours. 'Mr,
Duttorflold, tho editor, said "It seemed liko
old times to seethe birds out agoin."
AShrewed Illinois Radical wants to
take a contract for furnishing tlio ivdnilnii
trution with flrst-clisi KuKlux testimony,
Ho lays, ho can get up nny number of out'
rages at tho hortcit notice.
.Mr. John Arthur Itoobuck. formerly
known as the "Tear' Em" of tho IIouo of
Commons, In an auMreu, delivered at
.Sliclficlil, recently, dcnouncel tho Itera
tion of the Fenian convicts "11a ndaJtardly
act, and their reception in America as
disgraceful to tho country, and as another
proof that hy I Knglnnd'i bitter cqoray."
The (iurmniis do not take kindly th
President's uithod of culiordlnating every
thine and uvcrvbody to hU own will
Carl Schiirr.'a paper, the" VTtiHtthe Pott,
Imi an )itoriul headed ''Dictator Grant.''
It charges the 1'ruttdent with lclng too
tupld for his position ; with being bound
lenly graijiin both for presents and
powers with having Imnigtirntcd 11 courfo
of party management which lends thought
ful men to hi): whether wu nr.; still In pos
icsslon i f republican institution?.
Tho Chicago Tribune is exceedingly
lovero on Cameron. Jt ruf :
If tho republican party could not be In
duced to mlect .Simon Cameron for prosi
dent, is there uny reinectahlo portion of it
that desires to see thcpresidentaolnvnlred
In party differences that ho must turrcn
dcr to (.'uiueron th practical control of tho
Kuviirnmont'' All know whj'Cainerun ecoki
that control, anil nil know liow, nnd for
whnl purpoieii. he will use it. No consid
eration nrhonesty ever caused him lu hci
i t ut c in the choice of means or tho accom
plishment of un end. Tho embodiment of
corruption, contact wltn him must nccei
tarily sully, and Identification with him
inu't crid in thnt ruin which follow.' the
loss of public confidence und respect'
Tb l'ittiburgh Commercial, tho repub
I' lioan organ of Wcitern Pennsylvania,
considers th worn fimturc of tho deposl
( tlon of .Sumner the selection of Kimon
, f 1 ne run m his ucecior. It savt that
I the procidentia! wish was potent enough
1 tocil'cct the ruiuovul of .Sumner, and then
iidds tlnst tho public will reach the con
; elusion that Cameron mint 1j accepted ns
tho representative of thn admliilstration.
I It thus puu thu cato.
, "Sumnsjr wai removed becauso tho
prvaident ilesinxl h, Mr. Cameron could
I not have been chosen by tho isine sena
tor without (Jenerul (Jnuit' anprolmllon.
1 This is the lolcnl deduction, and the ad-
f minittrntion must tnk the rrsiNinslbllity
of Sumnor'sdeiiosltion and tho ninioint-
niPtllof Camiron. "VVo lav this In no
unfriendly spirik. but imply iceord a
mo,t "nfortuni. politic! tact.'
Ncrth Carolina appeals to tho North for
aid in ropWiIihtng the library of her
State university. The institution wa es
tablished In 1799, nnd though its library Is
tlf largest in tho titute, it contains but 7,
000 volumes, of which 2,00) are 17. S. pub
lie document, nnd about 1!,G00 more nre
aritiqunt'-d tt b.oki. No wonder such
iguoraneo as this indicates should manifest
Itself in Inwlessrieo. Although not a leg.
itimatn mljoot fur federal aid, hew much
better an appropriation for that library
would 1-) thnn to defrav the eincnto of
(eileral troops and how much cheaper f
Shall wo scud the penpU of North Ciiro
lliin book, or tmyoncts 1
NOTES OF THE DAY.
l'anny Kemble's daughter is literary.
Miss Kate Fields is going to Knglnnd.
Teimoson I growing blind, It Is feared.
Indiana farmers are "owing their oats
not the wild kind.
Tlio Philadelphia Lutherans propose a
Iowa mourns its peach and cherry pros,
poets, ruined by' n sleet storm.
Three letter, that spell brandy II H
i and Y. It used to be spelt O. I). V.
A twenty.ponnd golden eaglo has been
getting himiolf shot in Doxtcr, Iowa.
Two little Illinois boys tried to burn a
church to get rid of going to Sunday
An Ohio clergyman Is preaching on
"Infant Damnation.' Ho does not mean
youthful profanity, but thn (.'iilviuil.llc
llrct llurtu is catching It already for not
being a Ho'toulan, An Athenian Journal
niv h tolo "Truthful .limit' from tho
Kllen Ki.er, daughter of a cooper In Al-
ton, Illinois, aged llt'tcen, killed heri'elf
A now cattle dlseaso has appeared In
Mercer County, 111. Tho nnlnials livo
but n few hours after tho uttack, and m
far tsery attack has been fatal. One
man has lost twenty-three head In three
or four days.
.Tho olhYo of the lUrict-Attomcy at
Norristown, l'enn., wiiv entered by burg
lars a few nights inee, and a full net of
burglar's tools taken away. The imple
ments had been taken from a thief now in
iJoNT.vio.VK held cruelty to bo tho ox-
trcmo of all vlcosj it Is ulio one of tho
most commonest. Humanity seldom or
novor showes itself in inferior dispositions,
and whern It exists Is rodily destroyed.
No unnatural taite li 10 rcadly acquired as
tho taste for shedding blood.
Tuere were Iwonty-thrce battles during
tho lato Franco-German warj besides,
thcro wcro forty-nine engagements and
combats which hid almost the propor
tions of battlrs. Thcro wero twenty sclgos,
comprising the threo Immcnco strongholds
of Strasbusg.-JaoU and Paris.
A child, while walking through an art
gallory with hot mother, was attracted by
a statuo of Minerva. "Who Is that?"
said sbo. "My child, that Is Minerva,
the Goddess of Wisdom.'" " Why didn't
tbv mako-ber husband, too? ' " Because
sao'-kaai aBSMBrf-srWM' TKt-ewa
because 6ho was wise, wasn't It, mamma? "
was tho artless reply.
Tho Concord (N. II.,) Stntcaman says n
young man at service in thnt city recently
sent homo for "some stamps,' meaning
pocket money. Ills parontu, not being
familiar with thy term, complied literally
with tho request, supposing ho Intended to
keep up a moro frequent correspondence
with frlaods under the paternal roof.
An old negro woman, In accounting for
hick of discipline among tho yountor,
Insl-ts that It ii hccauio their motliors wear
gaiters. " You see, when wo wore low
shoes, and thn chillun wanted wblppln,
wejii.t took i.fl 11 shoe mighty quick and guv
cm u cwl spinkln'; but now, how's n
Jv to elt a gaiter oft' in time? So tho
chlllunglts no whlppin' atnll now-iwlnys."
A correspondent of tho Gcnnantnnn
Tdcjruph, who lost sixty chickens bygapes
last year, now ny thut fresb water dally,
with a lump sifbrimttono' kept in Iv, r-'jlt'
bo found a certain proventive.
C7f.fitr kniett. A .small, clean potato
with tbo end cut oft", Is a very convenient
medium for applying brick dust toknlvcs,
keeping It about ho right molsluro, while
tho Juico of tnc,potato wilsts in removing
tains frorss tbe'surface.,, A better polish'
can ho .obiaiacl by this method than any.
other wo tava inw, nna wltn lei latrori
rritii uieitn$jni up mo cuickcu
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and lav them in cold water to extract the i
bloo.J.' Wipothemdry, nnd drodgo them
with flour 1" ry in lard to a rich brown, .
take them out ami kaennhom near tho tiro
earofullv in which the i
chicken have been frlcl, mix with It half
pint of cream, -.eaton. ,wiiu mace pep
per, suit and parsley.
A remedy for croup was gtven me by
k sister who heard It from Prof. lironson,
a physiological lecturer, mco deceased:
"Lot" ii healthy peron till his lungs with
puro air, then slowly breathe upon tho pa-
t enl s tliroat unci cnesu coiuiiieiiciii a.
tho point ot thn chin, end moving slowly
down to tho bottom of ,0,.wi"III, !
Itcpoat lora few mlnuttw, and It will givo
relior In tM w!ir.. n.l oilier iivmih , To lhu (.u()u Mr iizwKr ma(lu ll0 ob.
f'dh i jectlon. tntiii; that ho played such games
as checkers, luck-gammon", chess, euchre,
To remove stain from mourningdrec, j etc., ut homo with his family, nnd that ho
boll n handful of flg leaves in two quart- considered It no harm to seek auch amuse
of water until reduced to n pint. Squeeze I ment when trnvellng.or even io cary with
the flc Icavo and put tnu liquor Into a hot- him n pack of cards ot a box of chessmen,
tie for use. Ilombnzinc, criipe-cloth, etc., I
need onlv bo rubbed with a upongennd tho
effect will bo instantly produced. If any i
rcn.on exists to prevent thesubtanco from
being wettinl, then apply irench chalk,
which will ubiorb .the greao from tlio
finest texture without injury.
If brooms nro wet In boiling Wot suds
once a week, they will becomo very tough,
will not cut tho carpet, last mucli longer,
and always sweep llko a new broom. A
vcrv uutty carpet may oe cionneu oy vei
ling a pall of cold water out by tho door,
wet tho broom In It, knock It to get out all
tho drops, sweep a yard or o, then wash
tho broom again a. boforo and sweep
again, being careful to shako all tbo drops
oil' tbo broom, ond not sw-ep far nta time.
Ifdonowlth care, It-will clean a carpet
vcrv dustv. Snow aprinlileil over a car
iiet'iind swent oil' boforo It has time to molt I
ond dissolve, Is also nice for renovating a I
t. ill oil pnrnet. MfilitoriQll lmlhlll lllPIll U I
;"-iv" . :- , ,
tiled with gixxl otlcct by .01110 housekeep I
Varnithfor Put half 11 pound
of gum shellao broken up in small pieces,
innquart bottloor jug, cover it with al
cohol, cork it tight, and put it on a shelf
In a warm placo ; nhako It well several
time o day. then add a ploeo of camphor
as largo no hen' i-gg, hnko It well, and
in a few hours shako it ni;aln, and mid
0110 ounce of lampblack. If tlio alcohol'
Is good, it will all Lsi iiusolvoil in three ,
uny.; llion snaiui ami use. 11 11 goxa 100
thick, add alcohol, pour out two or three t
tcasiwonful. In uaaucer. and apply It with
n small paint brush. If tho materials are
nil COOd. it Will ilrv III about llvo mtmif'S. 1
and will bo removed only by wearing It I
on, giving a gloss equal to patonl leather. q,0 ,mpur was taken to 1'hlladclphla bv
Tho udvuntitgo of this preparation over , ('.mtmn JucU and placed In tho linn i of
others Is, it does notstrlko into tho leather ,(, Adams and Thomas .letforson j .. be
und make it bard, but remidns on t'0 I prc-ontcsl t the Colonial Congrcs; but
surfueo, and yet exclude tho water ul- tuo.a gunthimon replied tint it was too
most perfectly. The samu preparation is . ti)m ror 8uch n inuvoment. Iil. was
admlrablofor hanie., und do not oil , ,ro tlntri one year before Mr. Juf
when touohed. as lampblack preparations ( ,vrkn wroto thu 'l)ectaratlon" adopted on
CURIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC.
Laborer on tho Knullslf railway lately
found 11 thrush's neat' tinder a rail, with tlio
hen peacefully sitting tyn four eggs, iindi
turbed by tho thundor of passing trains.
Tl, rn... II. ,L- '.. U,,nlti Ainnrlnin
bird, found on tho wostorn slope ol the
Andes, Is noted for its trick of falling, in 1
If killed, when ihot at. und unhurt, and
subsequently Hying on..
" why dons not tho living stomach di
trost itself?" was omiof the nuostlons du
t 1 , .. 1H..I 1 !.',... I.. 1.1.
CUSSCU oy i-roieaio .uil-ihiui A'vavur, .11 on
recent lectures 011 tho nutrition of atiimals,
before tho ltoyal institution, in London.
Uo paid that it could not bo duo to lu own
vitality, slnco living unlinals urb digest
Iblo in it; and ho suggested that it might
I bo duo to a kind ot equilibrium, msdn-
taincd during life, and consisting of all the
forces which resist death.
Tho various colored wools used In mak
ing tho celebrated Gobelin tapestries aro
arranged at the manufactory according to
their shade!. Tlieso shades aro 28,000 In
number; and as an cxamplo of tho power
and delicacy of human eyesight, It Is
said that when two of tho iinproxlinftti
shades aro compared, tho cyodisllnguiihss
them with facility, and perceives thelntci'
vol which separates them.
Can a turkey buzzard bo deceived by
his icnso of smell? This question having
been somewhat discussed, n correspondent
writes tot the American Xaturalitt. cillnir
Audubon ns one of his authorities, thut
botli tho turunv buzzard anil black vulture.
arc practicably incapable of dlstinculsbuiK
odsrs, and swltot tboir food by tho aenso of
sight alone. Ho adds that thoy feed upon
frch mentns readily as upon putrid fleln.
'Jhelloslon Journal says! ihe outer
vatlons taken on Mount vYashlncnon dur
Ing tho past Winter lmvo established ono
important tact, mat trie periods oi intense
cold arc felt at the high altitude from
twelve to twCtityfour hours sooner than
theynroln tho" country below. Cnroful
observations uro made of Hanover. N. II.,
to bo compared with thoso on tho moun
tain, and others nro made nt points nearer
.Mount Washington, nt Gorham, White
Hold. Lunnenbcfg, Vt., etc., cither in con
nection with tho corjwJIlion or for ttio
.Smiiiioiian Institution nt Wnsnlntrton.
A comncrason of nil tho observations will
probably disclose other mctorologlcal facts
thnn the one rcforrrd to above.
In u recent article upon thu trade In
humnn hair, It Is stated that a patent has
recently been taken out for converting
govt's hair Into hair for ladles' use, and
that tho experiment is co lucccssful as to
render It almost Impossible to dlstinguiah
tho rcul article from tho Imitation. This
will bo e:ood nowi. not only to the dealers
in hair, who might apprehend tho exhaus
tion of their source of nupply, but also to
tho ladles who depend upon art to com
pensate tlio ilellcmncei ol nature, mo
utile article dates that in lSOS oer 'J2.000
pounds of hnlr wcro Imported Into (Jrea't
Britain, representing the clip of about
45,000 women. Much of this i obtained
from the lure a communities of sisterhoods
scattcrd throughout Franco and Hclglum.
lion- la mat for High I
"Urick" Pomcroy. In his Democrat,
Itktu explains thn paternity of tho above
A-mtnr Inf irmAII,m lit iiliiu'rp In u
1 omerov savs
U'.i iiw.i.i. h ,.(i,r f
1 .....tAMA.. ...I.I..I. I.n j ...... ... ..(i...
Mr. At the time or the U inland con-
vcntlpn, in I St. I, when .lolui Cochrane
was by certain dhsatloctcd I'"hllcani,
nominated for tho l're.idency, Henry,
M IJccohcr., the author oftlio phrasu, i
In most d d hot, vn ut tho Spald-
who was n strong Kepublican, a great ad- J
mirvro! licochor, and a momoer of tlio
To while uwiy tli time boforo tit- train
which was to I .ir him Westward should
arrive, It wiu i. Allied best to seek a little
liiduli'lni' In tlio nuptil.srr
m) ur ,?M
private parlor, l.y
.irgami ot "sev.-n-
a ho generally slid,
(Jriive. and Jleccher wcro partners, tho
party playing for tho lemonado. On u
four-handed game (.raves nnd Ileccher
wcro ktnek, ami sawed'' to see who should
pay for tho lemonade. Thev played a
tingle game. At last it stood Ileeelier six
and Graves live, with his deal. By acci
dent or design, Graves turned tho iack of
Heart, which just him six. It was a
qucitlnn of who had tho highest card to go
out. Hccdicr looked at hi. hnnd, found
nothing thero worthy of noto, and
laid down the duco upon the table, with
tno reman: ; i
'T givo you Jack that puts us lx I
apiece. Hero s the deuce; how's that
Tho remark was so nriglunl nnd the f
Joke o good, that everybody laughed, and j
Grave, ordered tho beverag'es. The storv i
i,. ..i ,i, ii .. .1... ,..,i
told first to ono conductor and then to
... iu.t iiiii ov-tsr tho countrv. until. 'as a
.1 1. 1.. 1.. '....v. ,. ' . I
tiaug iiiirae, 11 run. 111 popiuiiriir wiui
,.v " (), ..j..j hot - lir v;
Tlio M(vklrnlurg Urrlartloii.
Tho most memorable thing In connec
tion with tho history of .Mecklenburg
County, North Carolina, is tho .Mecklen
burg Declaration of Independence." which
svas adopted .May 20. 1775, in anold round
om!tc!aphordcijverc! schoolhoiiso, used 111
a court-room, amid most I'lillni.In.tlc
idiouts. Attached to thU documeni, writes
a recent correspondent, ar,e tho names of
seven Alcxandcis, many of whom grand
chlldr 11 and creit grandcliildreii still
This was tho tirH public action taken
ttj,(C, looked to a completo eprutlon of ,
,i. ..nlnnlr from tirrnt llritnin. mxl li.,i I
...tnl.il.linmni. of Amerb nil lnil.inniiilnn..f.
tlio Itli of.ltily, 1770, Tho agreo'iient hi
.eiitiinont. anu tiiosimllnrlly.il a number I
of passages, proves that Mr. dellewon had
1 not reiid and studied tho 'Mecklenburg
Declaration ' in valu. '
C-aJfTho Wiiihington correspondent of
thu Chicago Tribune tolls tho following
curious Incident of tfioHumiur deposition :
in.rprior totlio asseniMilng ot tlio re-
publican cnui'.is, this morning, Mr. Itutt
v.iiiiileil his wiiv tot hu u 1 lo lioii.o on "
luiuion with which ho was enlrusted b)
j omo ol tho Mnssiiehusotts dellgiition In
congioss. This mU-lon v mi I.
the president was lrrovociij . .. u riaineil
to u.u tho liiiluonco In Ills nbwer to have '
.Sumner removed from thu foreign rolutioni
.. . .r . . . .
comuiiitoo, butlor opoiiod hi cau uv
stating at whoo instaiico ho called, and
then tuked If thoro could ho no compro
miiu on tho part of tho administration
ing Home, waiting for a train to bear him I town of Moxlco, Oswego county, In this
W itt, hu became acquainted with a few Wtic, .topwl IntiJEiiduv vninit wUj. U.
gentlimien, umong them n conductor of L- Myers, u young merchant of Texas,
ii.n t'ri,i rntirmit. nommt ! DroTri 1 hho was to havo been inurriol nt seven
Tho president waa very prompt in roiily.
iie saiusumnercouitt not to rotainca in
that commlttoQ unloM it Wis aealnst tho
earnest wishes of both himself and tho
Secrntarrnf ctiifn Thn .Sml,.t.i..iiAn V.,1
spmovcry Important matters to submit to
tho senate foreign relations committer,
Wlllen WOUld rnnlllrn Ihnt lla nhnlrm.,.
should bo In full und free sympathy with
tnu v-.uiunu nun pecroiarv nl suite.
Amnni- thpn vliul m,ii,, ,... ,1. .
r tT 11 i mftUo" wo tho report
oi iuj aan jiomingo commissioners and
Joint high commission on tho Alabama
cmims anu nsnery question. Mr. Sumner's
viuwi on uiuo quesiions wcro iiom very
prominent und very hostile, and his re
moval was thus rendered absolutely neces
sary. Mr. Uutlcr thereupon withdraw
'and reported tho president's ultimatum to
thf-s who sent him. Under this state nf
ntl'nlrs tho caucus assembled.
ttiT Wo havo discovered what wo did
not imagino to exist nn enemy of Schuy
ler Colfnx. Thcro is a gentleman In Wash
ington, wiio.se Heart is ucatoil to n ureau
fill ragoa3'alnst tlio aml.ihle Vice-President
Wo refer to .Mr. Samuel T. l'larco, who
writes to tho Golden Aco ns followj:
"From fourteen years' knowledge of
Schuyler Colfax in "this city, wheru he has
lived at least half the time, I fearlessly
pronounce him ono of tho most oily anil
completo political demagogues that I
over know.'' .sir. Pierce continue.
In tho samo strain, a communication of
somo length, which wo havo not room to
print In full, and which concludes ns fol
lows: Let him but becomo n candid ito
for tho I'rc.idoncy, nnd mvself and otueis
stand ready to publish his "own letters
proving him ono ot the most heartless
and dishonest political donmgogucs ever
known In America.'' Mr. I'iercu s rough
Inngungo Is in strange contrast with thu
urbanity of tho distinguished victim
whom he Intends to destroy. Tor Uotdcn
Tk ajuit na a Mature nf I'osstr.
Captain .lolin Ericsson Is perfecting hU
Solar Kngine, in which steam Is gener
ated by tho concentrated rays of tho sun'
According to his calculation an ncra 10
feet square, or 100 square (cot, exposed to
tho mm, will afford, after making all de
ductions and allowances, n motive force ot
ono horsepower. Ills invention It designed
ofcourne, for tho rulnloas regions of tho
carm, sucn as tlio .Mlo Valley in upper
Kgypt, thu western coiu't of America nnd
soulhorn coast of tho -Mediterranean. Ho
I i'11! uiub i.uruiu mil vuu uuy siuji ncv
onus ior want oi coai anu mat recourse
i nii,i.i . i i..i. r
: ...v.. MW . ... .(.,3 UlltnitlU ...II.
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I erj oiuiii sunimine.
E' " "r . ".ur
r.mma, uaugnier oi Liiaties Aiuncn, a
respectable farmer who lives near Texas.,
o'cliHjk tbo samo evening to one Pilmoro.
h som:what aged but wealthy Callfornlan.
mo guests assemtiieii, mm tno parson at
tended, but the bride to be was not on
hand, It was said she left tho house to
ward evening, under the pretence of going
o il wuero tho men wero gathering sup,
which was tho last seen of her. Myers had
formerly pild hlsuddrc-cto Miss Aldrich.
The wihldlnti-droise. weru left behind and
aro without a wearer.
A t'aitlluiia Man.
A fellow who was traveling In Western
Now York entered a barrooui, and after
railing for drinks for two, looked about
over the loungers, apparently after a
friend to drink with him. To everyone s
surprisu ho invited a Fifteenth Amend
ment, who eagerly accepted and swal
lowed his "plicn" with great avidity. Tho
traveler, howevor, leaving his untouched,
very cooly lighted a cigar and seated
hluiHclf by thu lire. After somo time tho
landlord Inquired, ruthor sharply, if ho
did not Intend to drink that whisky.
"Why, certilnly, ' said he, "if It don't
kill that colored man within tenor tlftecn
Two Nights Only
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Cun h.tro IhclrwinU aiipplictl t blntmr:
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REAL ESTATE BROKERS
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