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Fronts. QOlOk BJe. fsbUwom
Tun .Vow York Sun calls
"nearly a full fledged dictator."
. The Portland Ailverliwr thinks
Trumbull the most available Presiden
tial candidato for the Republicans.
No. derelopmcDt leading to the din-
covcry of the as;assiu of the Hon
Sharon Tymlale has an yet been madt,
Thic dutiful daughter of n rich citi
zen of New Jersey, and her husband,
are now on trial in that Stato for en
deavoring to bum up their parent in his
own home, in order to pocm them
helves of hid property.
KX UoVKhNOK K. I). Moiujan is
now the favorite anion'' betters as Sec
retary FUh'n (iucccfcor. Hon. Win. M.
Kvarts declares positively that he would
nol accept the portfolio of State if it
were offered him.
Tin: programme of the Illinois
.School Principal' meeting, at Kockford,
July uth, fJth and 7th, bids fair to bo a
etrong one. President K. 0. Haven, of
Evaiibtou, will deliver an address j W.
T. Harris, Superintendent of the St.
Louis Public Schools, will lead discus
sion on primary teaching; S. H.
White, of Peoria, will treat of work be
low high school ; J. 11. llobcrts, of
dalesburg will speak on high school
work. These and other important mat
tew will bcdicu.cd by men of thought
A POLITICAL JIKMIXISCEXCK.
History, says au exchange, is contin
ually repeating it-elf, and even in the
comparatively short life of this govern
nient we arc continually encountering
parallel cases of similarities in political
action which are striking. The recent
experience of Mr. Sumner, in being re
moved from the Senate Committee on
Foreign Isolations as a punishment for
independent opposition to purely parti
san behests, has had two nearly identi
cal precedents. One wa. tho ease of
Mr. Dongla?.-, which wo havo already
recalled ; the other was that of John
Quincy Adams, about sixteen years
previous The latter possesses j-omc
rather striking points of resemblance to
Mr. Sumner's case. It will be remem
bered that the "old man eloquent" be
came the champion of the right of peti
tion, and was constantly introducing
petitions for the abolition of slavery,
etc., much to the disgust of the south
ern members. He was chairman of tho
houso committee on foreign affairs, and,
in order to punish him for his persis
tent agitation, a plan was devised to
depose him from that position. Mr
Adams made a stout fight and defeated
the scheme, whereupon a majority of
the committee refused to servo with
him. This was in January, 1S-12, and
during tho contest Mr. Adams wrote to
a friend in Massachusetts : "My occu
pations during the month have been
"confined entirely to tho business of tho
"House, and for the last ten days to tho
"defenso of mysolf against an extensive
"combination and conspiracy, in and
"out of Congress, to crush tho liberties
"of the free peoplo of this Union, by
"dttymciiif me with tht brand of cert-
"ture, uml Hhplaciiuj mc from the chair
"of thi Committee on Foreign Affuirt.
"I am in tho midst of that Cory ordeal,
"and day and night absorbed in the
"struggle against this attempt, at my
God send mo n "ood dcliver-
It is a little curious that a prominent
representative from Massachusetts
should havo been prescribed by the
conservative elemont of tho country for
daring to maintain tho sacred right of
petition ; and that, ucarly thirty yearn
later, another equally prominent roprc
sentativo of tlio saino Stato should bo
similarly treated. for daring to' resist
Radical behests. In both cases tho
spirit which was manifested was das
tardly, and tho action prompted by it
entirely indefensible) upon priucipjo.
Johu Quinoy Adams triumphed signally
over his opponents, and won an endur
ing recognition of tho great principlo
for which ho contended. Nearly thirty
yoara later Charles Sumnor was simi
larly persecuted for daring to bo inde
pendent of party dictation. There, un
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MAY .1,
fortunately, the parallel ends, for
Adams was as bravo as a lion, and
never ceased his defiant warfare till
complete victory was won. Sumner, on
tho contrary, became alarmed for tho
consequences to himself, and hastened
to tcek forgiveness by giving in his ad
hesion to tho very men who had opffa
W: place the following from the
New Y6rk World on record, that the
public may see how the court of dernier
Tcsort in tho United States of America
in a mere cat's paw in the bands of an
unscrupulous executive. Let the re
port be presorted.
tkue a nii am: jvdozs.
There is Incorroctne.'i in many of the
Wnsliincton itatements at to tbo vote- of
judge in 1809, and now on the legitl ten-
ur nuecinn. in trip rnm nr unn htifn v.
OrUwold, which decided in tho December !
term of lb'J, that tho law which makes
greenbacks h legal toiidor in payment of
ull delta, public and private, wnt unwar
ranted liV tho conatilutlun an far na It nn.
plies to debt contracted before its paiat;o,
tho Judges delivered opinions as follows:
Denouncing the taw a.v unconstitutional.
.SALMON 1'. CHASK, of Ohio.
SAML'KL XKLSON, of Nuw York.
HOUldJtT U. GltmS. of Ponrnvl.
NATHAN CLIFFORD, of Maine.
ST KIM I KN I. FIELD, of California.
fiuitaining the law.
MlLLKlt, HWAYKF. ntld DAVIS.
Since then, Judge (Srier dying, Strong,
of i'crinsylvaiilit has been appointed bv
Grant in his plnce, rind nn addition ha's
been made to the? court ;in the person of
lirndlev, frotri Now Jersey.
On iJcntjully tlie.tumo question of law
tho court voted, a day or two ago, thus:
Denouncing the law a.t unconstitutional.
Suitainiiu; the law.
Thi) death of JuJl'O Gricr. and a new
law, enabled the Grant partisans to pack
the court with Strong iind Hradlev, and
thus Uie result.
NOTES OF THE DAY.
The Rahlmore Eccning BullelinU dead.
(icn. Spinner Is going to Europe fur the
benefit of his signature.
Monogram potato-wagons pleasantly di
versify the vehicles of Detroit.
Indianopolti Is excited over the fre
quent disappearance of young girls.
Tho ways of thcJMoruiont aro singular,
but then their wives iro plural, you know.
Laura Kay of Terro Haute thinks Jas.
Tryon slandered her 510,000 worth.
The -10,000 residents of Kansas City are
regulated by a police forco of nine.
The Polish Jews in the Polish provin
ces, subject to Russia, have been forbidden
to wear their national dress.
A New Zvnlnnd playwright has Intro
duced on tho stage a light for lifo in a bal
loon. Detroit's city scuvenger bus his hands
full buying cats and dogs, killed by tho
Mosquitoe tire fu lurgi in Memphis
that a good many of them will weigh a
Thu Chxcaijo Jlepullican calls our great
Wohli "a piano pounder of some local ce
lebriety." Mary Kilgoro is a lawyer in Iowa, now
Thia Is the first time sho has been ii lawyer.
and the first time Iowa bus had n female
Boston has $l,Uo0,000 iuvested in piano
forte manufacturing, employing 830 work
men, and producing annually instruments
Tho strongest propensity In woman's na
ture, says a careful student of tho sex, is
to want to know what is going on, nnd the
noxt is to boss thu Job.
l'rineo Alfred lias boon making himself
very popular in Now Z?alnnd, even lead
ing the orchestra on the violin at two con
certs In aid of charity.
What Is tho uso of women trying to as
sert their equality with men, when thu
court reports of every city establish tho
fuct that u man ran boat his wlfo.
A suggestion tor n blood-curdling novel
comes from Salt Lake. Imagine u man
exciting tho jealousy of his twenty wives
by paying attentions to nn outsider.
Two Missoiirinus caught u liortu thief
nnd hanged him. His friends cnug it and
hanged thum. Tho citizens hanged his
friends, and now who's going to hung tho
A suicide bungler lately dipped li is head
into boilor of hot wotor horauso his wife
flogged him for getting drunk, Hn can't
got his mime in thu papers any such way
A "wood Ibis," a rare bird in this coun
try, was recently captured at Jones' Hlulf,
vry, j "uru" i
IXt-"0 "C '".W !
qighty-flyo Inohcs from tip to tip of tho
Madamo Purepa-llosa'a placo in "Don
Giovanni," at tho Royal Italian Opera,
London, was taken by Madamo Rosa GYil
lag, who mado a failure in New York u
short timo ago. It was hor first appear
anco in London in four years.
Mrs. N. M. Henry is a popular clergy,
woman tn Missouri, where sho acts th
paitor, does tho singing for tho congrcga
Hon, preaches three times a week, looks
after tho morals of tho members, and lakes
; e!i...t ,,,
care oi six nine cnuuren.
Tho circulation of post-cards In London
has risen to a million a week, and the sta
tioners are in high dudgoon, because, fur
sooth, tho Government supplies writing
material (tho card) gratis, and tho public
buys leis lettor-papor In consequence.
Thn latest sclent! 11 o sounding experi
ments In tho Atlnntlc how an uppor stra
tum of warm water, TOO to 800 feet deep,
moving northward, and the cnllro docpor
stratum below, of almost ley coldness,
moving southward from tho Arctic basin.
A fond father recently wroto: "It gene
rally takes twenty years training to onidi
cato that word 'nlco' from n woman's vo
cabulary. Tho Full? of Niagara, tho
Psalms of David and tho progress of tho
humnn race were nil 'nico' to my eldest till
sho got married."
Dr. Hush said tho reason why Germans
die so seldom of consumption i tho fact
of their singing from tho carlicu child
hood. Another mcdirnl authority snys
that tho reason why so many Germans
dio of consumption U because thny smoko
"A young ,lady," In n rural "persouul
Informs "a certain young man Hint tho
next time 1m desires to gaze upon hor forty
five mortal minutes, without winking hit
pye, he will consider herself highly
fnviircd if he will close his mouth, and not
sit thcro like a young robin awaiting tho
Mazzini and Uarlbaldl havo recently
fallen out ngain. Mazzini wroto a letter
in which ho severly censured Oaribnldi
for taking up arms for France, and Gari
baldi returned tho letter with nn in
dignant Hnswcr. English fr.'ends then
tried to bring about a reconciliation be
tween tho two, but their effort' were nn"
It is a curious fact among our hat nnd
cap manufacturers thn dltl'uront localities
uso different sizes of hats nnd caps as
standard sizes, lloiton unit the Eastern
States use tho smallest sizes; Now York
and the Middle. Slate use the medium to
largest sizes; nnd Chicago mid tho West
ern Stales require tH largest sizes. Goods
manufactuacd fur ono murkut cannot bo
sold for the other, only in exceptional
cases. T,hc South uso a shapo peculiar to
themelves nnd ot largo size.
'Irene Worrell" of tho Worrell slstcrf,
says tho Tiffin Triluw, "weighs about ono
hundred and sixty-flvo pounds, and is four
feet high hor breadth can bo Imagined.
Sho dressed in thights hadn't anything tn
speak of on but tight and niado rather a
dumpy, doughy figure, nnd lacked play
ing qualities snflHent to mako amends for
her npuearaneu. Sho is thu fattest person
wo oversaw in tights, nnd with all respect
to persons of great avoirdupois we don't
like lier appearance."
Quito a sensation was created a week or
two ago in the usually quiet town of Jef
ferson, Maine, by the arrival of Mr. David
Lane, who enlisted in ono of thu Mnino
regiments in 18f.'. Ho served until 1FCI,
nnd was then reported killed in tho buttle
of Clmpin'E Farm, but it appears ftom hi
account that lie was taken prioner, and
lias sivico been living in North Carolina
Supposing him dead, his wlfo applied for
a pension, which was granted, and in thu
Full of 1870 sho was married to ono John
Cunningham, with whom sho is now liv
ing. POLITICAL NOTES.
Tho Pennsylvania Democratic Statu
Convention is to bo hold in Harrisburg on
tho 24th of May. Tho Itopublican Con
vention is to bo held in the samo city ono
Msk Ferry, tbo Democratic candidate In
tho Into Congressional election In tho" -1th
Michigan district, reduced tho radical
majority in tho district 4,000 votes, or
nbout ono-lialf, notwithstanding tho fact
that his opponent, W. I). Fostor, is a gon-
tleman whoso many estimable qualities
havo made him ono of thn most populur
men in the State.
A prominent Illinois Republican said
tho other nay, mat more was not n single
independont or Republican nowspupor in
Illinois that supported tho ndmiumrtitiun
of President Giant; Unit, in fact, ho had
no nuwspapor support whatever in that
State, uxcept such as was u Horded by a few
half starved sheets owned by federal office-holders,
postmastors, or collectors of
internal revenue. A'. J'. Herald.
Tho snmo fuct Is noticeable hum in
Ohio. Occasionally somo of tho editorial
postmustorn indulge in eccentricities lend
ing peoplo to suppose they have souls of
their own, but tlio sight of a putition for
their removal from ofilco, puts them on
their bellies again. Discipline inu.t bo
initio tained. Otto Statesman.
Tlio St. Louis Times favors thn tugger
lion mado by Mr. Memmlngor in a letter
to Gov. Scott, of South Carolina, "that a
State convention bo called and certain
qualifications now unknown to tho Const..
tutlonbo engrafted upon tho right of suf-
fnigc, such as tbo ability to roid, and tho
possession of n certan amount of real es
tate ;" aiid "ulthough," continues tho
Time, "such an amendment might work
injuriously to a small whito population,
yet is n question whether this injustice had
not better bo dono, for at least a limited
porlod, rathor than to leave tho interests
of tho Stato to tho furthor miration of ir
responsible and Incapable legislators."
ART AND SORROW A SAD
I From "iocinl Htudl-a'1 In X. V. World.
I , . . Kat,y ,n lho administration
,c,,Jont Buchanan, the governor of
.uissisnppt ami a rcprefcntntivo In Con
cross from that stato united their political
influence to procure tho appointment nt
consul to (Jenoa of a young Mlislssipsian,
laiciy grauuatcu irom Oakland Uollcee,
whoso cultivated Intellectual gifts wcro
supplemented by a natural genius for art,
which, it was believed, could xs most ef
fectually developed by n sojourn In Italy.
Tho gontleman, whoso diplomatic mission
was chiefly Intended to facilitate his artis
tic pursuits bv the support of superior so
cial onnortiinTlip'. Iiml m.it-rieil Itmnnrltntn.
i.. ... i . 1 1 . . . - , .
1 iijmmi leiivmiz concije, arm posejeu a
patrimony sufilcititit for alt domestic indul
gences; online dream of ms life was to be
come n great painter, and ho hurried
ncrow tlio ocean with lil-i wifn nnd Imlmtn.
ward tho Imagined fruition of wishes in
wnien mercenary speculation had no
nlacc. TlO littlo familv nrrlvrvl
safely In Genoa, wlioro consul s ollleo
nnd amateur's studio wcro at once opened,
and then tho young soiithcrnor deemed hl
happiness complete. In a senso so ll wa,
ultisl comnleted nndcndl. KnnrroU- liml
ho begun enjoying his npportun'uiut of fa
miliarity with tho art treasures of tho
f?itl of l'.klnPfM find tlinin wltn libn Mm.
soli', sought to emulate llictn, when his de
voted wffo was stricken with a. mnbirbil
fever, and, despito tho bot nvuilablo med
ical niu ami her husband s frantic prayers,
died in tho land of strangers. For sueli n
loss there can bo iinRiirlhlvcoiiinentntinn
Heurinir his motherless chili in his arms.
ho followed tho body to tho grave In a
grief too deep for tenrj, nnd, returning
was liko a maniac for days nnd ilavs.
Friends L'ntheriMl nrotind him ; nil Hint
friendship could leld of care and consola
tion was lavishly' bestowed, and, after a
time, tlio Ttricken artist was suCicIentlv
calmed to revert to his beloved
art for distraction from his misery.
Once recalled to nrt, however,
no ioiiowcu it with an intensity
altogether dlsnronortlntintn tn 1,f.
shattered physical strength, nnd, while
painting on a plcturo very lalo ono eve
ning, alter it uav orforeectful fntirr. was
stricken totally and hopelessly blind. This
fearlul second disaster had scarcely over
taken tho ill-fated man, cutting him oil' for
ever from art nnd business, and leaving
him and Us littlo daughter wholly denend.
cnt for n livelihood nnon tha esluto nt homo
in Mississippi, when thu war in thu soutli
broKa out. tho consulship was lo.t. thn ph.
tato imperilled, and tho blind mm '(im
pelled tosubiistforntimoupou tho bounty
of tho friends of his better davs. Vhllo ho
and tho child lived abroad in obscure pov
erty, the wnr utterly ruined his estate, as
well ns that of n widowed sister who hml
onco been ono of tho wealthiest lmlrcsos of
her State. Said sister, after having in the
first year of tho rebellion dono all
that sliu could for the relief of
her absent brother, went heroically
to work, when nil her own proprty
as well rs ins was gone, to cam sufficient
for tho bringing home of that brother and
his child. With tireless atrectlon and for
titude, tho Into mistress of a splendid for
tuno taught school by day and wrought
with her needla bv nii-lit for tan vmm.
nnd sent tho money thus hardly gained to
tho blind man and' his daughter in Genoa,
that they might return to their native
bind. They came, nnd ever since then
havo been supported by her. Hut now,
says tho Natcfiez chronicler, tho daugh
ter, still youthful as sho Is, has determined
to assume her full sliaro in tho labor of
love. Though quito unfamiliar with the
atrical representations, nnd, of course.
wholly without training, tho
young heroine inherits nil her
lather's nrtlitic temperament in adrnmatic
nnase. ami nronoscs to adont tiin nrni..ii,.n
of thu stage for tha support of her blind
father, her noblo mint, nnd hcrsolt. Iter
careor as nn actress will begin presently
in a southern city, nnd says tho Natchez
jiapor, ii us success uu only Halt equal to
hor muriU and tho good wishes, atlcctlon,
and respect of all who know hor, it will
bo great Indeed. So art, tho unfulfilled
dream of her father, becomes, in another
nhaso, tho reality of tho daughter's lifo;
but between tho dream and tho realization
lies tho all of death, disaster, nnvortv. uml
lorn; sulfurinc that could mnko tho mi hi imp
Impulso for tlio art of a Titan abroad-seek
ing equality in tno art ol a llaclicl.
Wo lovo littlo babies, and lovo every
body who docs lovo babies. No mnn has
music in his soul who don't lovo babies.
Habios wcro mado to bo loved, osneeiullv
girl babies, when they grow tin. A man
fsu't worth a shuck who hain't it baby, mid
niu siunu ruio applies to a woman. A
baby is a spring duy in Winter, nnd if it is
healthy ana good natureu, nnd you ro sure
it's yours, it is a bushel of sunshine, no
matter how cloudy tlio wa.uhor. A man
can not bu hopeless as long us ho loves ha
lites one at u time. Wo lovo babies no
matter how dirty tlioy aro.
Rubles wcro horn to bo dirty.
Wo lovo babies because they are babies
and hecauso their mothers wcro lovable
and lovoly women. Our tavo for babies
is only bounded by tlio number of babies
in tho world. Wu always 'ook for babies ;
.70 do. Wo always have sorrowful feel
ings fur mothers that havo no babies iind
Uon t expect any.
Women always look down-hearted who
have no 0aDie, ami men who havo no lia
ble, always gamble, and drink whi.kv.
and stay out nights trying to tret music in
their aouls ; but they can't coma it. li.ibh.-a
are baliies, uml nothing can taku their
places, rianos play out and good living
plays out, and beauty plays out, unluts
there's a baby in thu house, Wo'vo tried
it ! wu know and wo sav there's.. noUiini;
Itl - . 1 I ft ,(., "
iiku u uuuy. miuies uru a proline euiijeut,
and wu intend to tube moro about babies
in tho future. CAiruio Tribune.
EajrCIttreniont, wh ich is the residence
of l.orne and Louise, is best known as thu
homo of another princess thu Princess
Charlotte (the daughtur of Guorgo IV),
whoso brief wedded life was apuni there
with Prince Loopold, afterward King uf
the Belgians. Afterward, Leopold's Sec
ond father-in-law, J.onis Phillippo and
his family found shelter there on their
flight from Franco In 184S. It was built
liv fliin. f.' Ivo. rutlortS of whoill rntinninni
doings in India and tho charges nguliiit
ii i us nuru mugiiiuuu uy mo peasantry ot
tho neighborhood, into ull manner of
DAILY PAH5R IN
Mrs. Holla French, of tho Spring Valley
Prcoren, ardently sympathizes with Mrs.
Fair, tho California murderess.
Tho Now York tForW thinks thoro Is a
good deal of truth in tho allegation that
tho women in fnshlouablo lifo arc tending
Tho milk sold In Providence. It. u Is so
bad In many Instances that cats won't
touch U; "but then," says tho journal of
that city, "wo nro nn liones.t, intelligent
people; nothing can rub thnt out.'1
ith watch factories at Elgin, U$p
Park, Springfinld and Rock Island and
soma moro projected, Illinois Is becoming
an nctlvo sent of this branch of Manufoc
ttr j. The Mozart watch factory has just
been lociit.nl at Molinu.
Mrs. Sarah Hand, whole death at tho
advanced age af nlnoty-threo took place
recently at Capo May, was tho last survi
vor of tho company Of yonng ladloj who
strewed flowers fn Washington's path
during his triumphal pustage throiich
Trenton in 179.
Thn sad sto'v of tho two little children
f Mr. lirunoll. of Wickford. P.hodo
Iland, who wi r-- burfed alive' bv sho fall
ing in of the wall of a cave, has a sad
sequel. .Mr. lirunoll, who was 111, died
tror.i tlio shock, t.nd Jlr. Uriincll, tho
father has become Insane.
Tho brain, according to Liobig, is nl
terod chemically by every atom of opium
taken into th stomach, nnd a now train
of vital ai'tiot.s must follow this elm n go In
chemical t'ompoiiwn and minuto organi
zation. Dannerry also favors this chemi
cal view of life ami its actions.
A health paper says that the habit of
taking n nap nfiur dinner Is n bad ono.
Tun minuto' sleup before dinner is worth
moro than an hour after. It rests and re
freshes and prepares the system for vig
orous digestion. If sleep "is taken after
dinner it should bo in a silting posture, as
the horu'zuntal position is unlavorablo to
During tho recent anniversary meetings
in the city of New York, a reverend gen
tlemen who was occupying tho position of
chairman, was made the subject of an ex
haustive uulocv bv ono of tho sneakers.
His lifo w:t reviewed from tho cradle, and
prospectively viewed to tho grave, with
unbounded 'admiration. The reverend
boro it with a grave face, nnd at tho closo,
leaning toward a neighbor, ho whispered.
'Now I know just how griddlo cakes feel
when molasses is poured over them."
31 r. lf iiilletun'a Antecedent.
Tho New York Sun, in an articlo upon
Presidential candidates, say ''that Mr.
George 11. Pendleton U nn Ohio man, of
irginiu nntccedonis,"nnutnat no is lorty
years oiu. uu was uorn m Cincinnati in
1820, and is, therefore, fofty-slx years of
ngc. ills fattier wi-s born in bavannan,
lieorgm, but Ills youth was spent in iow
York until ho came to this city, about
fifty years ago. His mother was n" Cincin
nati lady, a daughter of ono of our earliest
pioneers. His antecedents nro mora con
nected with Nuw York than Virginia.
His grand father on tho paternal sido was
a distinguished citlccn of New York, and
acted as tho second ot llio celobrutea Al-
ei. .nder Hamilton in his fatal duel with
Burr. Ho was a distinguished oflkcr of
tho Revolution, nnd attiiched to tho staff
of that greatest of Contlnetal Genorals,
with tho exception of Washington, Na
thaniel Green, of Rhodo Island, for whom
tho father ofGeorgo H. Pendleton was
named. Cincinnati Enquirer.
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Q IT Y 1IAICSII il.'Sj VOTICt.
.Ml owner of I.) ar hcri-by notlda.l that
fr.iitiuini Hfi.p .i.uiv.i, r if ,u ifi-i i iat i, .ii
nil nnliceiiaeil tiog fiain.l runu'iu ioo.o inahle
.. rnum iiuiiiaui in. uny ui luiru. I cau
bofoiiiul at th Citv Clerli'a uttlee ilaily "lurin
uin.'vluura, from tho 1-t uf May ur.ultlio Uth of
Miy,l7l. A.SDUEW OlI.N.
Olro, April 13, Uit. . aprrwta
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