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BY JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
CAOtO, ILLINOIS, MARCH 30.
OA I HO AND KASlTviLLK
Tim fo Inwlnj; Mcauier leo Cairo
on Uih d) , knd at the hour below-named
TALISMAN, Kvcry Monday ut fl p.m. ;
JYRONK, Kvory Thurtday, at C p.m.;
LUMSDKN, Kvcry Saturday, at 6 p.m.
Kor Freight or I'aaaage apply on board, or to
111008 Si MALLOHY,
Janmilf J 7i OHIO I.EVEE.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
Tho beautiful anil light draught aUamer
-TAMES FISK' JR
IIOHNKV MMriH.KV Mailer.
t.eatea Cairo Ullr at J p.m., add i'adutah dally
at a a.m. Hating suiicrlor aocommodatlvna ahe
dIicII" piil.llc patronage.
TllE San Domingo Commissioners
arrived in Washington on Monday
.4 WAIIUYMAIt, M, 1 l'hyil
IV, clon, .Surgeon and Accoucheur, for
in. rljf dl Anna, Union Co., Illinois, hai prrma.
nw.tljr located in city. OKKICE-Comincrclrl
Amur, Uttro-n th an it 9th fc'treete Weal aide,
1 W. JU.V.M.J, M. I. Hta-
Va IDKNUK Corner Ninth and Walnut
mOK-Cornr Sixth Street and Ohio Urn
flKMCK HOUIW-Krom a.m. to 12 m., and
WILLIAM K. niTlI,SI. I
UKstUENCK-No. 21, Thirteenth re
rta Watlilnrfton ATeuuo and Walnut Bln-rt
OI'KCK. IS' Comeiclal Avenue, tipflafra
ItKSIIjr.XCi; Cumer of Nineteenth at.,
and Wa.hi.rlon ate. officii 'In Commririaf
aie.nter the I'oitlfflri.. OKKJCK 01,'H.I
from I'Ja m to li m ("iindaj-t exieptcd and
ff l.'i 1 10 op m,
J A.llIIIUlVtM, .wTlT.
Oilier, Commercial A Ti n nr.
IIHt.r llonra, ! lOw.ni,. Iii3p.m.
HcMenOr, Su. 1 1. Nmlh Mfwl, Cairo III.
Tiik.Buo Hall (teuton has been inau
guratcd in New Orleans under circum
stances which prove that the players of
that noble gams are aet to ba pat dowa
by wet weather, tho interposition
Providence or any other obstacle. Tho
grounds wcro so wet that there wax
no "hack stop for tho catcher," and
tho first baseman of one of tho side'
when the gauio was about to commence,
received information of tho death of
an only brother, but with a sublime -in
difference to theso-drawbacks, trifling in
comparison with the importance of win
ning tho game, the play proceeded
and tho mourning brother experienced
mi in u mitigation of his grief by being
countod ono of the viotors.
AlW. K.V. NVLKI1Y
William J. AH
Joint II. Mai
Miinaet I, w
I'arlictilai attention paid to rlr and admiralty
( Hoomi It Winter's Block.
Ki:i:. V UII.BKKT,
ATTORNKYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
eVdlUne II. flretn, 1
tfllllaui H. Ullbert, 'AIRO, ILL
Mllca Ullbcrl. I
rital attention eitrn to Admiralty and Steam
in m ii.inr.p.
Ultlit mi llllln I.e vt. Itooma 7 and
or tily Nalloual Hank.
qo.hm Eiici ai. iioti:l,
Coimnrrclal Ar., OppoKlto Post Office
JOSEPH HAYLISS, Proprietor.
Tha Home lnelr furnlhel and otreratolh
puhli4ltrits.'la4a Mcommodatloiia, febldtr
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
OOI ! WOOD ! ! WOK I ! !
Tha underalgned will fuml.h
Hard ami lry Wood
Aa Cheap, it not Cheaper
i.Un any Voo.l-lealer In Cairo, l.eari' ordera at
inot'om-omceaiid at tlia corner ofliti8tmt and
Wanhiniton Avenur, J rim t:ood meaturn ai,d
will cord tho wood up. DK.NNl.l ilALKV.
Februarr Und, l;i.
yy OOD AM COAL.
F, lL. WABD
la prepared to delirtr the beat
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
In any part of the city, In nn quantity dealied,
on abort uotlco. 1 '
foal Delivered at $1 50 Per Ton.
OKFIcn-Over Iloerart, Orth A Coa atovo
.ton', tuodoora alwto tho coruer of KlKhth atreet
aud Commercial avenue. " Uecilil
Cairo City Book Bindery
la prepared to
Manufacture Blank Booka und do nl
kluds of Book Binding and Ruling.
73 Ohio jLovee,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS
THE KU ULUX lllLI..
Tho IIoum: Select Coiumittco on the
Ku Klnx (jueation have agreed on u
bill which was to be reported to the
Ifoue on Tuesday. Tho bill gives to
thu President by law the powers which
ho has idiowu every disposition to as-
sumu without that authority. A spe
cial dispatch sums it up as follows :
It provide In plTect. lint, clvlnc Fede
ral court )urli!ictlnn of ull elnsiu t
crlrnoi atvond, rojuirct jurlut to take the
toit until j third, nrtividui thiit lliu l'ro.
dent abnll tui!nd thu hulivai eorniM und
dtx-laru mnrtlnl Inw, and tito tha army snd
navy wiicn uiimuaiie violcnco nna tutor
dvrt thiill vxlitiu uny .State, and tho tumu
h ill bo cauicd hy armed and organized
baud comblnul to commit audi uctt, too
atroni: to bo lunprcitcd by thu .Statu uii
thorltlvi, or wliuro audi nuthorltiea by
rration of being In complicity or sympathy
with tucb organized bnndi, do not re
prcta nigh illiordcra without tho I'residcnt
waiting to bo called upon by the Governor
or I.of;ii!nturo of tuch Slnte."
The Radical party is too kind. Firt
comes the New York .S'ici, aud with a
civility positively oppressive after the
courteous "No, thauk you" of tho Dem
ocrats, in?its on their accepting Mr.
Sumner as their next Presidential can
didate. Then follows the GoUltn Ayr,
and with n mild reproof for our past
faults, points out to us the path to
pursue in order to give to tho country a
Democratic President, Ucmocratio in
uamu only, however, in 1ST-. Tho
A'jt is willing to make nn exchange
with us. If wo will givo them our
name, they will give us their principle;
This is forced generosity on the part of
the Hadicals. They aro liko tho.-c who
leave the death bed of royalty to kneel
at the feet of tho living ruler, sayitig
"Tho King is dead: long livo the
King! ' The big us of tho times t
not to be mistaken, aud in them maybe
seen the certain indications of tho death
of tho Republican party, and tho equally
certain success of tho Democracy. And
now tho Radicals aro magnanimous.
Hut Democrats must beg to be ex
cused. They aro willing to work with
former foes. Thoy extend n hearty in
vitation to the adherents of every polit
ical belief to marshal under their banner.
Rut tho party must bo permitted to
choose a standard-bearer to its own
iking. It must givo to tho country its
own platlorin, lounucu on tuoso im
mortal principles, unaffected by tho
apse of time, to which it has always
been taitutul, nnu incorporato witli
them tho new ideas and purposes de
manded by tho exigencies of tho hour
and inado impcrativo by tho changes of
tho last ten years. If it shall do this,
the mistakes, follies and crimes of tho
Republican party will bo to tho Dem
ocracy stepping-stoues to victory.
SENATOR SUMNER'S SPEECH.
Grant's UsurpaUoa ef tKfaljr Prero
gatives, ana Violation ef taft'OM
atltutloi aid the Law ef
Tho speech .of Senator SuaafiCpji tha
Sen, Domingo qucstioaU-ttHJuato,
on WsdaAaa WdiW al Urge aa
audkaoQ'aB m,nti;ii tM
wall, of Ihi iiSlSSriM&m
oeetiDied tka leak
helped largely to fill up tho Beats. .Tho
House adjournod to hoar tho speech,
and in tho diplomatic gallery wcro the
French and'IIayticn and olhcr foreign
ministers. Washington telegrams tay
it was evident that the aiojority of tho
largo audience was with the Senator and
opposed to the Senate. Mr. Sumner
informed his hearers that ho entered on
tho discussion as a matter of duty,
making the assertion, aa "tho simplest
statement of tho caso that on evi
dence now before the Senate, it fs plain
that tho navy of the United States, act
ing under orders from Washington, has
been engaged in measures of violence,
aud of belligerent intervention, bcintr
war, without tho authority of Con-
Tho following ityuopsii of the speech
we take from the St. Louis Timet:
Mr. .Sumner recounts! thu f.cU of
Iljtr.'a uiurpation, hii oiler, after solemnly
swearing to maintain that country's con
stitution and territory In their integrity,
to tell It to tno united .Mates rot utiu una
half million of ilolluraj thu sicnlni! of
tiiu treaty on mo part oi tno Onitca
.Stiitcs by onu Ouzneuu, a ycung olllcer
ktiowlm: uothlnu of Internal bnal Inter-
eouso and dvallngt ; tho renting of Suiuana
lay at iou,TO3 tiur annum, tnerebv so-
urini; Uaec'a support in power, und tbus
evpirn; up a statu or virtual wnr on tho
art of the United States, without thu
eontunt of Oonercss , thu arrest and im-
jiriiooniont by Uuirz of Davit Hatch, an
American citizen of yorwnlk, Conn., at
thu instigation of Cazncau und tho con-
ivancu or tienerai- uabcock. for hit
Dealt t aanatora anrl' -Oin fUo-ra'ntf doU
ragaa on UaH DomlBgo and Hsytl all W
aecttra m macm of ifaa toiiemai-w. i rti
!af air wa aot arte tho soil, cMaat i nd
pnrfuoikmt of th' territory ptopoaeo" to'
bo annextd, but to the' eiceptloeal fto
raanlnp otwwa fovornmatii. : "Be
foro contideriflK' (he treaty, or ( any fuot
tloaef aoquitlUoa,ar must at laaatt put
oumlraa right aa a nation. . JTor '4a I too
bow UiMoanbe dona wHhfait,;rtraclng
our iUm and paaaiatkig tovMlt la mbor
dlaa4toU W aaU Ua caMtation of the
UHltaaaaaaaf: Taarefor tbe quaatioa I protect till anally denoted of tha Intor
Of MttiaHM t ahy notUai to-dar,( ajaMIR ftat acalral ia thai'. Bayabile, from
alladtaf te aoate twast5iiTnTolyla Ufalfcitt fwro without itTtadarici, i
aaasHaawaafli wavpi aiunMBttBiflMy
U Beaate loer and I and
ONLY DAILY rAPEMfiGW
TMBotteuion wo still hold, and white
Oif fag Jllea there mutt protect from
avary iBtarfaroBcatho' inttrett which it
preicnU in carrylBf out thli recognized
aoKey. Tho Oovarancatof tbe United
State hit not ired a shot nor landed n
man la hcaWlr attitude on the Island of
San Domingo, and bat neither interfered
in the n Wiu of tho Dominican Itepob
11c, nor. coerood any other power. It has
limply announced to all people generally,
and particularly to such ru appeared In a
threatening attitude, It determination to
roteet tin anally ucpoteu or tb intorott
from. tha InUrferanea. of aav forelen
oowar tb that. la the erent of tha treaty
being Bottled, thai weVd. be left Ue
Conrartara liattma to tha conatanllof nraBBtloa. T a da this li.rtainlv
.( a . 1 M ' .... ..'-..I '..- I . . . . . a -
wnupor or inaeponaence, anu moro it tiui inot to mage war or taae pari in tno con
thcao other rjutttkmt of dette and oblige- jfllctt of tho country, nortocoerco nor at-
tiont, acicnowicagoa ana unacanowiwgea, i wmpi to coorce ay powcrt. it it but a
with tho immento claim byHayti and the Itiruplo performance of duty to Congrett
untattled boundary, which Ihavo already land to tho nation, its prcscrration in itt
called, a bloody law suit thlt anncxa-1 existing condition of wbat wa havo con-
tlonlttt. I ttato only in tno mcan-lttitutionallv ontored into. Totha noeoti-
wniie to mr mina mere . niaiiont oonttitutiona uv to acauiro unaer
something hotter than belligorcnt intervon-tho order of tho Executive iia part of tho
tion and acttof war with mcnaco of abiorp-lduly of thoio (hip of your licet, which aro
tion at a it tod cost of treasure It la the 1st an v time crnUintr In the water of San
inccro and humano effort on our part In iDomfniro. of maintain ribia italut acaintt
spirit and peaco to reconcile Hayti and I every power and whllo wo would not
Dominica, and ettablith tranquility yield tho right to interforo with It to the
throughout tho Island. Let thlt to at- mott powerful government wo cannot con-
Mtnptoa ana onr repuoue win Docorao an i ceuo tno rignt to tno weakest.
HrovoortHoutc, Now York which rontt
for $27,500, and hat tbroo owners ; It1 it
oHf 'io r.uropean plan, excepting mo
Ublo d'hote, which it docs not keep ua), at
It bat made Itt reputation on tho best oul
tine in tho world.
Chleaco'a Baalgn on Bret Hart.'
Nothing hat occurred of lato qulto
to funny at tho chango which hat
Jutt como over tho mind of Chicago con
cerning Bret Hnrte. That gentleman,
having rescued a point In hit careor whon
It bocamo dcilrablo for him to lcavo tho
province and como to r. great metropoli
tan and literary community, (topped over
for a fow dayi at tho way ttatlon abovo
mentioned. A fow aiplring vlllncort
- - -- l.-aM.-.ZJf'
if f rtlirn trrStTw rtZu. I rrr .h tha rtttle murmur of their bur
example, without Its name and civilization,
which It represents, while ropubllcant in
stitution! will have new glory. The blest
Ingt of all good men would attend tuch an
effort, nor would tho ttnilo of heaven bo
wanting; and may wo uot Justly expect
tho President to unito in tueh a meatura of
peace and good will 7 ''Ho that ruleth hit
own spirit M greater than bo that taketh
city," and to tho President, ruling his spirit
in subjection to humano principle of in
tirnutfonal law and thu comtitutton of hit
country, will be greater than if bo had ta
ken all thu island of tho tea.
(Signed) GEO. M. ROBESON.
Secretary of tho Navy.
And all kin'
IXOAL AND OOKMBBCIAIt
eS-Tlio Cleveland (O.) JltpubUeim it
decidedly scared at tlm lookt of tho Now
Ilninpihlro cloctlon. It tayt '.
"Ohio ltonubllcan niAV at well take
this to hunrt ut once, that tho Stnto can
only bo tocurcd by putting forward tholr
oot mon mid pulling oil their coaU for u
Vigorous und united ofl'ort. A lonir null.
a strong pull Mn a. pull nil' togothur can
save the btatoj whllo pulling contrary
way or hanging back will most assuredly
e?-A novo! euro for ohillt Iia boon'
dltcovqrod In aonn.ct3eo, that should JCc
omtnond Itsolf to all, on account of lu
choapnost. A young groeory merchant
of Fiiycttevillo, has been tutforlng for h
long time with tho chilli, and has used
everything in tbe drug storos, and could
find nothing to rollovo blm. On Friday
evening ho was struck by lightning, which
cured him instantly, und ho has hud
ymptoms of chills since.
riling to Now lork papers, exposing; tba
ronr ana injustice or the annexaltan
ichcmo and proceed! at length to review
tho crimes of Uoer. in thut defying tho
conitltul-on of hit country, ana tho ad-
ministration in tuiiportini; and nbelttnir
him In thlt violation.
Mr. Sumner went on to tav that thu Sen-
ato rejected tho treaty In Juno last, and
no pretext-remained for Intervention, but
tnonavy coniinucu to interfere. On July
211 Commander Orocr reported that in
hit opinion tho withdrawal of It would
load at onco to revolution. In Sentcniber
there was dangor of an outbeak In San
JJomingo, anu troops wuro sent to support
Jlaoz from our fleet. Many other proof
aro afforded by documonti that nothing
but tho armed force bat tustainod Uaoz.
In February, 1870. Admiral IVor ap
poarcd with tho Dictator aud Severn at
Port itu Prince, and declared that If any
uttnek should bo mado upon tho Domini
can (meaning tho uturptir Bscz), during
said negotlnlioii, under tho Hay tion or
any other Hag, it would bo regarded as an
act of hostility to the United Statot flsg
and would provoke hostility In return.
Such was hi language in tho executive
mansion of tho President. Tho roar adml
rnl report tho dignified reply of tho
l'rosldent and Secretory of State,
who tald: "That whllo thoy woro
awaro of tholr weaknest thoy
know their right, and would main
tain mom and their dignity at far as thoy
wero abln. and that they mutt bo allowed
to bo tho judges of tholr policy," or wordt
10 Itini Clloci. In fact, tha rnr iilmti-.t
told tho lltytlcn president that If nay tall
ttnucr tno unytion or any other flag wat
found In Domlnclan water, h
t inn or capiuro mem.
Tho question wat not whether th
tition of San Domingo wat dotlrable, but
nituuivr nu nru jusiiueu in mo meant em
ployed to accomplish this aco.ultltlon.
t 11U uv
lie Write a Letter to tb Admiral
Conantandlna tb lan Aomlnaa
ritel, Denaenatratlag the Hlgbt
ar the Sorarnment to Pro
tect it Inter! In that
UMN WAM1 pataiL.
Waruikoton, March 27. Secretary
ltobcion ha written a.,lalUr la ILeap Art.
miral JLec. In which ha tavi : "I herewith
fizai.r.---'... . ...
ndtlMjaied oa tha 2Uh day of
r tWOTnmiMlon tent to San
.Domingo on-Uiatvcstol. I havo thought
it rurLLU oornV'l i n unrmimiivi ti.,
theroin eontainoJ throuirh run. tlm mm. I tucccitcd
maadtr of the tkot In thpto water. You Hvery by n onnvcrsntlon between two gen
ucmen, in wntcu ono or mom alleged that
witblriihcrr1iri.es he would bo In reality a from mo lmd in cnywiso Jeopardized tho
aoaae Word front Congrensnaan S. Prae
tor Knott, who Made HFanoai aa a
Dululli it already famous at a city,
though it It young, and its population at
yot It tomo what limited. Tho numerous
speech of J. Proctor Knott, thoKontucky
congressman, has brought It prominently
before tho public throughout thu length
and breadth of tho land. Ono of thu unex
pected results flowing therefrom it a gen
eral inquiry about tho placo, price of lot,
An enterprising rcul estate dealer of
Duluth, after reading Knott' glowing
pcrlodf, truttsmittod to iilm.torno excellent
photographic vlowt of tho new city and
itt surroundings, accompanied bv a tender
oi municipal nospitallty should bo ever
visit tho head of Lake Sunerlor. Tim
Kontucky congressman, in lilt note of
acknowledgement, tinted Lebanon, Ken-
iuckv- reoruary .0111, pleasantly says i
"Your kind fnvor, with the photo
graphic vluwt of your young city, for- I
warded from Washington city, reached
mu several dayt tinco, at thlt place, but I
have not until tho present moment had an
opportunity of tendering my thanks,
which I now beg you to accept, while I
atturo you that my little Jea d'atprlt Inlh
Ilouto on the St. Croix and Bavflcld rail.
akin to ill-natured rnalovolenec, but wa
only a short timo before itt do-
Forth great ware thtechoea round the world.'
got together, and contrlvod a dovlco for
tempting tho rising young poet and
humorist to clvotinhls nurnosoof oulttinr?
provincial life, and of establishing himself
in a largo city. Thoy ovldontly reasoned
that it would pay simply as an advertise
ment to b&vo it proclaimed that Bret
Harte had resolved to settle In Chi
cago. And they woro right. Such an
announcement would havodonuiomethlng
to bring their town Into notice. Accord
ingly, professing groat Interest in his pro
coodingt they wcro obout to tprlng their
pretty littlo gamo upon him, when ho ab
ruptly declined to ice tho ntlair in thu
tame light, and moved on towards Now
York. Thlt was a blow to Itt vanity
which Chicago could not ttand, and the
effect wrought upon it wat qulto similar
to that produced on Mr. Abnur Dean,
A chunk of oldjreil aaudaiono took him In tho
And he amllrda Kind of alcMy anilln, and eurlt-d
upon the floor,
and thneiititeoueot proceedings Intcrrttud hlrn
Chit ngo now declare that, to fur It it con-
corned, Bret llnrtu it played out. Hit
tubiequcut procecdlugi interest it no more.
o really don't know how Mr. Bret
Uurto will bo ablo to turvivu this disaster.
wlBp.crcclvu Mint in thlt letter thowrltcr
airumci. in eocci, inai u any person con-iuu " i'i'winwu iu H grnm g
Jiccled with tho commission ut, of , to rivalry between Supe
waa taken prisonor by opo- ana uuiutn. i tnouia uo very
nenlt of the Dominican Uovcrniucnt Indoed to think that anythlni: uman
py, juid-mlght, under tho rules of civil-
Illzoa Wariire, Imi treated as tueh, .jcuuju
tbvIInHodiUte, in tho opinion of tho
writer; through ordor of Its Kxecutivo to
narai ve.ei mere, lias cliosou to tako
part In the internal conflict of tho Do-ininU-aii
lUjiiiblk'. ThI statement it un
ftMtaded'ia fact and inforoncet. Tho Uni
ted State Is doaline with tho rer?ulurlv
ooattitiiled Qbyeminont of tho Dominican
KoDabllolna manner and for a nurnofti
rroflnctmjlitcnt with Intcrnntlonul law,
prosperity of tho latter, or, Indeed,
either of thoio places, and am gratified to
kuow that your people at lcatt, of whom
I tuko It for grunted you aro a fair oxpo-
.1.. .. 1.1 , , . .
ii'ii., uii nuv wumiucr iiicnioivet in ureeu
i ........ i t.i... -
i. gwu iinturuti juku.
"A my namo ha beconio uninteiitlon-
ully aoclnteU with that of Duluth,
through tho pre, from ilnlno to Culifcr
nln, und from tho Lakes to tbotJutf, I as
suro yon most sincerely that I thould bo
moat nrnruiy grnimeu to seo your city bo-
ruid, though tiiu'rlght of rovalutlonngulnit como all und even moro than it most iu
tho constituted authority for just and ud- tereited nnd tnnguino frlond over hojici!
enutiti-cautolnhoret in every imsouIo. vet or
UiQ.ionstjtuUd goverutnent Is, until it is "Ihe pictures I shall lmvu handsomely
. iinuuuu mm iiung in my uurury,
evidence at hand thowod rlcnrlv ih.i
.... i... 1 1 i ...i.,... : v
iiitnii. mm uuuii umu wnicu cannm iia im.
tilled. Uo (Sumner) had toon ditpatcbet
proving theso ttatcmonU, and tho Navy
and Stato departments both eonulnl
records of disgraceful and deplorablo pro
coedlnes. Bovond a doubt the aJmfnli.
tratlon bad selzud war uowors carefully
guarded by tho constitution, anil without
the authority of Congress had employed
the navy to tramplo on the independence
and right of two States San Domingo
and Huytl co-equal with ours.
Mr. Sumner then characterized Orant
amlBae7.ai copartners in a melancholy
afl'ulr, roviewing at length tho unscrupu
lous usurpation of tho latter. A ru.
gurdod tho United States, thoro might bo a
war without a battle, and our navy had
ongagod in war In llaytl und Sun Domin
go, und, thus far, conquored without firing
n thot. Not content with limply bul
lying ban Domingo, poworfut American
ship of war bad heen tent to lUvticn
water, nnd our minister resident ut Port
nu Prince had informod tho government
of that country that tho Uuited States
would expect it to obsorvo n strict neutral
ity rogardlng tho inturnul ntrirs of Sun
Domingo a tlagrunt nnd Indefensible act
toward a weak a'ltor Republic, and a gross
violation of International law. All theso
acts had not tho remote t Infinite similar
excuso or apology. But granting that
thoro was such oxcuso, tho President being
deceived, thero was nbsolutoly nonoforpro
longiug this warfaro 'After tMSenati pad
rejected the treaty, J'Thls kingly uiorpa
tion of nowcr bv tha il'reildi.nDnlvati'on
nonentity lie has not ovon a mid' of air to
stand on," Congres had the solo richt to
uojlaro war, tuul.tha a.ota of the1 President
.Implied thu kingly, tprorogatlvo' of de
claring wur.at'hi will. Thoy woro un
constitutional and void.
e .i 1 ?1umuo' wonton to tay thaf in view
or tho President' uiurpation, his froa uto
of tho appointing power, hit personal ap-
actiialljf'oTerthroWn, the logal roprescnta
tvo or.tno nation in all its relations to
c4h;rjpt)bp ejjd thp right ot revolution
upenpv,carTX wiin, n,w revolutionists,
pDong'uoic'utuatrtba right to treat
gel,,o.(.oVU)CiBfttloas as enemies when
not In arm againtt them, while thoy aro
aeUorf.-athey haVo.an interntlonal right
ta aef,3ncWrflanoe with tho Jaw of tho
oItmgl'guvernuint. But neither the
unileU BptU tiociU iutocutivo hat chosen
io iaKoart,.ornastaKen part, In thu in
tot ooaiietef the Dominican Republic.
, Tk'iric'U thU: The Protidcnt of
me .Uolpfclbtitlei lias, by the constitution
tliarhjht'toiaak treatloa. aabloct to rati
,uoMiav.ar.tava Saaate. The Congress ot
tho United state, i860, appropriated
voniaorauieum prmonoy for tno under
stood nurndio of
iidrftiuo,.a jmttl ot thv .land of San
Jemiuuo. The bay and nonintular of
riojuana were considered mott appropriate
iT i t? In i. "7"1 ""Ijm, nn inn
Itepnbjfc of San Domingo itself, with its
fayurAhlo. pos)Uon and natural roaourcot,
lit irionuiy uorernment ana people,
teemed fur., purpose of commerce und
civilization the mott desirable for. ut of
tn eio fragments or cbntlneut which Ho
across u gatevruy at pur domestic com
nicrpo aiiu nui up mo ontrance to our
great-Inland tua.i To Initiate treaties Is tho
constitutional 'right of fno Prctldant, and
ou inn nnu iiiu contiifuitonai power to
noiroMato troatlot ftirtlio eottion ol'Samanu
aim the unnexution.or tho Dominican Be.
public if upon propor con.
tldorution -ho thought it right nnd
for.the, intorott of the ctwUtf, iftoaa. ln.
tereat are-to .thU extiiht nntriittd whit
jwugmont.; , ,n w ; hi, .eonttj ialoml
right, If bo did negotiate tuch treatloa with
mo exMiing goyernmcnt'of tho'ltftpubllc,
cbnfestodly tho government both do facto
ahd do Jure. Theo treaties, of course, are
inchoate, and tublcct to liu conllrmad or
defeatod by action of thu Scnntu of tho
Unttod Statoi, and thu people of tho Do
n Inlean Ropublie, but by uch treaties
and pending tuch flnul action, the
Inltpdi; Statot, acquired ,ah Intmoat
ir t tt thins negotiatod for, and
Wlllch could not Im rlvhtfnllv dl..
tujrbed by .any. ctlier power, and It wat
tlju plain duty of tho oxeeutlvo to protect,
ii neuu uv, mo integrity oi una comtitu
tlinally acquired Interest, so that the
lulbjoct of negotiation .ileht remain In-
tuit till the final action of the ratlfvlba?
idwer could be properly had' under tho
By moans of appropriation! bv Oon.
gross for tuch purpose we took possession
of tho Bay and Pcnimula of Hamana.
pleating token of respect from one, who,
liko inytclf, can enjoy a littlo good-na
tured fun oven whon it m y bo said to be
partially ut hit own oxiicnso. Sincerely
your, J. PUOCTOK KNOTT."
Tho now Washington weekly, tho Capi
tal, publithos tomo remarks of nn experi
enced hotel manager, Mr. T. Roctalu,
from which wo qtiotu tho follow
ing. "Tuko for oxamplo tho price which we
rcceivo in tho Arlington, which it u small
hotel, with n capacity for no moro than
"Senator t-anienm paid for nimioir and
wife $450 per month, and had but two
room, oouator ronton had a parlor,
two bod-rooms nnd an ofllco, and paid
$1,000 per month. Mr. S. ii. Cox and
wlfu paid $250 pur week, and I gavo him
liuffot suppor for 100 penoni, which
eo.t him $1,000. Mr. W. S. Huntington
gave tho Japanese tho finest spread ever
set in tho Arlington Hotel; thoro wero
only twenty portons, nnd ho paid 51,000.
Dr. Helmbold paid $90 per day, nnd hit
bill for two weekt wat '.about $10,000. A
parlor and thrco bed-rooms in tho second
story of the Arlington, with a small
finally occupying them, nro worth to mo
5100 per woek duritiir tho season: on, I
ono guest hero pays for a parlor, bod-
room, una bathroom, S300 per mouth.
At tho Deluvun House. Albanv. Dr.
(luutlor used to pay $375 per week, und
uen. wining, witn n purlor, thrco bod
rooms, nnu lour persons, paid $100. Our
notoi at Luke Uoorgo had a7,000 on tho
rPL'isiur last oaon. in run. .....
took in tho tpacoof timo Si'Jl.OOO, nnd thu
net profits were $52,000.
'!'(.., vim. . ' ..... .
nu utii .vvuuuu iioiei in wow xork
rents for $200,000 a vuar. tnolndl nis tins
ttoro beneath It. The St. Nicholas rents
$95,000, although It cost but .$425000.
Mr. A. T. Stewurt hat Just rented to Wil
liam M,, Tweed tho metropoliun Hotol,
NowAork, for SC5.000 a year, to out lilt
uii, Jiicnnru Tweed, Into business ut u
lundlord ; aud tho Lclondt. who i?o out.
....1.1 r rw ' " '
Thero are a great many pooplo who nro
m'jwt w i. uiuuua nuivh uvurtv o'ing,
and who uxpect it'nt n matter of course.
ow thero it no moro need for nronlo
boinir thut tick In tho Snrimr. thnn nt anv
other timo of tho yoar, If they only know
how to livo. This periodical sickness enn
Ui prevented simply by regulating tho
diet. Not that all persons who have been
subject to tuch attacks yoar after yoar, for
a long time, can always ovcrcomo tho diffi
culty at onco. Wo aro all tuch creatures
of habit, that when anything becomes es
tablished In this way, there 1 a strong ten
dency to lit return at tho regular time,
evon after tho producing cause has ceased
to operate; consequently In bad cases it
sometimes takes several years to ovorcomo
k entirely. Uadar a preaer regimen the
atttck will grow lea tovcre every year,
uniu iney entirety unappcar.
During cold weather people cut larger
quantities than usual of carbonaceous food,
inch nt fat meat, sugar, butter, bread,
cakes and other preparations of white or
superfine Hour, nuts, fat, syrup, etc. Of
course, a much largo; quantity of carbon
aceous food it required by the system In
cold weathor than in warm, but a a gen
eral ming people cat too much of it, clog
up tneir systems witn ino excett and over
burden thu execratory organs, particu
larly the liver, in vain effort to get rid ot
it. Thoio who take a groat deal of out
door exereiio aro usually onablcd to work
It off, und seldom suffer much iu conse
quence, oxceptln hot weather; whllo thoso
who lead n sedentary In-door life ititTer
. .... i - . i . .
,i nun wnriu wcaiucr come on in
tho spring, pooplo reoulro much less car
bonaceous food, but instead of ohumlni?
their diet us tho weathor chnnee
thoy continuo to eat tho inmn Lln.lj nr
looa may Jmvo boon eatlnr? durlnr- tha
coldest weather of tho Winter, nnd tho
conscquonco I that tho already overbur
dened liver it tinublo to bear up under
thi extra load, aud utterly refine to per
form us imiciion until it lint had a chance
to rest and to throw' off itt accumulated
burdens. Not to provont thlt statu of
thlngt two thing nro necessary. First,
people mutt eat a lest proportion of car
bonaceous food at all timet. Second, at
tho weathor grows warmer iu thu tprlng
they must cat a much lest quantity of ft
than thoy do in cold weathor, and substi
tute instead mora vegetables nnd acid
fruit. Kvory family should havo a largo
iiipjuy oi vaunou iriui anu green vegota
ble to uso at thlt timo of vour. For i
tingle article thero Is nothing to good as
tun nppies, anu moy mould boused In un
limited quulltlos. JleralJ of Health.
Parepa tails for AmcrloiflnlAugTtt.
3fr. Howard liaYl'ri mahuse rVplalllstory
of tho obllgationsof the World to Araerlra.
.A writer in the Goldea; lee)iyt:that
It It stated that 'Mr. Kilwin Forrest
proposes to found a library for tbe uso of
tho dramatic profession.
Adelaide Ph!ll!ps:iY engaged at .princi
pal contralto for the trtennlaf-1 festival of
thu Boston Utndol and Havdn. ttoefctv.
next May. ,tJ '
llurriton Millard, an Amorlcan Com
poser, Is writing a four.act.Itallan Opera,
which promises to ibod luitro on hi namo
nnd country. 1
Christlno Nilsinn ha concluded to stay
In this country for another year, and hat
chosen for her summer haunts' tho Green
3(ountnins of Vermont anil thr a-n aid,.
of Newport. She It wise. t
Somonno Hiked Mt Ilreninr- TlR'1,.1
do you think when so many poople como
to sco you?" "I with that 1 til hnd
somer,1' wns the honest and womanlike re
ply oi tho charming Swedish novolltt.
When Miss Kvnns wrote "Adam ll.da "
bolng thon only partially known to fame,
alio sold it unreservedly to tbo Black-
woods for some 000, but shch was its Im-
menso tucccsi that her publishers after
wards presented her with a chock for
Thu croat Triennial IlamlM Futlvnl
will bo held tho ensuing year at the Cryt
tal Palace, the orchotra numbering 4,000
performers, nnd conitructed by Michael
Costa. Tho rohcnrial will take place
on thu 10th of kJuno, und tho tbroo per
form an cos en tho following Monday,
Wednesday nnd Friday.
Km- YounToi- Cool. Artcmut Ward
once, during a Journey ncross tbo plains,
offered a itiigo-drlvor a drink of whisky
from hit tlask, which was rofiisud in niof t
decided terms. Said .the drivor: , ' ,
"I don't drink. I wont drink. J And I
don't liko to ioo nnv one elm drink. -1
nm of tho opinion of thesu mountains-
keep your tut) cool. They've uot mow
nnd I'vogOt brains; that' all tho dUTur-
7 hero is a wealth of wisdom in the ion-
tentious remark, "keep your top bool,"
Tho fountain of man's power and happi
ness It in hit brain. Alcohol It the Ion of
tho brain, and when It get tbiro either
uoiiuiiidi it or porveru-iu action: Re
member tho ttago-driver"! cart pblloto-
FASHION A ILE BARBER
Cor. Stli St. and Commercial ar.,
IN TIIK PERRY 1IOUHE
Nharp lUsura.ClaanTowal mid BkllU
I.adlen'and Children's Hair Cut and Phmnpooned
AT Til Kilt OW.V IIOMEH.
ticntlenirn' Wtuakewand Hair Djedloaaolta
u manner, and atltf4Ctloacuarantecit.
QAilh I.. TIIOVAH,
Is prepared o do all kind el
Delavnn House, nt Alhatir. whera
thuro it merely a Legislature meeting, i
veryprofltablo to Charles U-land, at a
rent of $55,000 u year- aud for the little
Standwix Hull, at Albany, Delavan pay
11)5,000. Burroughs pay for tho Everett
llotel, Now York, $35,000, although it it
imallj and tho Aterliouso rents for 75,
000 a yoar.
The cheapest place of hotel property in
tho point of rout, in this country, i the
mrauge) rair The Mpoltad Hoy niul
til Merpent Ilrothcr.
I From the f.ouisvillu Courier-Jouraal.J
There it on exhibition In this city
mott remurkublo freak of nature. To
tboao who delight in ccceutileltlo of tlila
character tho hlttory of tho boy-snako
coupio, lound two or tnroo years since In
tho wilds of Africa, would bo exceedingly
Inlni-...!!,,,. Wl... ........ ..r t.-f
w..... f ..u,l BUTl'll oi wgu 110
was cnpiuruu in company with u boa, eon
trictor, which Is supposed to have
charmed tho young ipeclmcn of tho uouut
homo from tho parental hearthstone. There
is a remaruuuio likeness between tho boy
und tho tnnko In respect of color, each
bearing tin tamo tlesh marks, nnd tho ut-
eciion which maiiu iiiem companions in
tuuir naiivu juugiea continue to this time
My their keoper thoy nro mid to bo Intep
arublu. Tho alternuto nut brown and
cream spots which mark the one nro hi on
tlcal to tho other. Tho larynx iu tho boy,
a in mo suiiKo, is wanting, nnd conse
quently each it ns dumb us un oyster; ut
at least tuuy reiuuiu to mis uny it reticent
of their origin as tho most politic Presi
dent in tho United Statu could wish.
Tho nine ttroko of our evening town
olocki consigns them to tho suiiiu couch,
and, winding their young und tender
forms ubout each other thoy go to sleep to
dreum of mother und home, fur from thu
land in which their young Infancy was
Tho boy is at Impartial a compromise
betweon tho pure Caucasian nnd thu cen-
ulnu African as a Congressional recon
struction committee could wish, and tho
singularity of hit appearance Incrontia the
Interest excited by bit mysterious origin
aud tho outre nature of hi tochl affinities.
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
(ORXKK rtlNMBCIAL A VEX UK ABB
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Mitt Paulina Markham it about to
abandon tho itageto give herself to novel-writing,
BOOT 1ND SHOE Mil
Uetwecn Wushingtoa Ave k Poplar St
llouia aud Shots Mad to Order. M
Workmen tCoa ployed.
Satisfaction Warranted 1
JOII.V IIYI..1.WS MAItOOlV
la NiiiiutliMl with all kind mt
Boor, lwlo, ao.. t
O.V C'OMMKUCIAIs AVENUE
llelireen EignU) and NiuthSIre!,
thirst;, ia ota good HiJuoE t hi aid tfii'T
him a call, and lhoo ho want a
Dan have their want supplied at rillfy
ProprUior of1 ih
Billiard Halow aad Bar
Cairo - - - Illinois