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185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
'It rn hr ma.ia by m.n wko know how lo do bum-
ww . 'h ii.w .juir nun unii Ht'ejj u .evrei. io fli.in.
mUnlcaUona rerr irrd from ladlea wilt bo an
twerrd. "or partlcina'a andreaa
aprWwIt 00t llroadway, Ntir York,
and VERY L'AROE cuh commiaiilona
to rood aenti,who aro wanted NOW- erery.
where, boraethlnir for ererr home. Bend stamp
for terms, lOcenuTor paitiil apeclmens, or II.8U
for eoraplate) outfit, to Bniht aid Company li
if sellita Btrset, Chlcajo, filinola. pm.li
The Detroit (Mich.) JVibunr, in a
commendatory articlo upon the compul
sory education law recently adopted 'by
the council of that city, nya : "The
men who upl oll the doctrine that free
schools should bo maintained at tho
public expense, cannot 'logically reject
the principle of requiring within proper
limits the attendance upon them of
those, lor whose education and improve
ment alone they are maintained,"
It 't fact that I ncLnowlcducd by
I all candid men, that the Radical rcpre-
MMiiauvea. in tongresu uiu not discover
the nckening enormity of the Ku-KIux
oulragM in the South, until the elec
tions in some of the Northern States
plainly indicated that the Radical
party was falling to piece. Had the.-e
resulted in eweeping Radical
ho eupposcfl that theto gen-
have been so appalled at tho
ordeal of blood and outrage to which
tbtf loyal citizens of the South are sub
jected ? Certainly no one. While it
is undeniable that there arc disturb
ances in the South that owe their origin
to the animosities that grew out of the
war, it U also undeniable that they arc
not of a character that call for the extreme
measures adopted by Congreu, This
abortion is sustained by the well-known
fact that the States wherein the dis
turbances are alleged to have Occurred
have Radical Governor?. Not one of
these Governors has called for Federal I
help not one of them has reported
that the disorders were of a nature that
could not be controlled by State au
thority. It is clear, therefore, that the
Ku-Klux hullabulloo owes its origin,
not to the necessities f tho times, but
the belief prevailing among Radical
leaders that the step was a party neces
sity. The inauguration of the telegraphers'
itatue of Prof. Morse, to tako placu in
Central Park, New York, hit been finally
fixed to tako plnce on Saturday, June 10th.
Hon. W. S. Grocibeck, in declining to
permit the uie of his name ai a candidate
for the Democratic nomination for gover
of Ohio, expreiscs his hopo for tho iucccsi
of that party, and lays that he most ear
nestly doiires a thorough change in the
adminiitration of political affair.
It turns out that Senator Cameron sup
pliei tho foreign relation committee rocm
with Roedcrer champagne, and it quite
liberal in diipcming that delicious bever
ago to bit friends. During the ten or
twelve years that Senator Sumner wai
chairman of the committee, nothing
stronger than cold water wai kept or
drank in tho committer room.
The special "Waihlngton correspondent
or tho Cincinnati Gazelle reiterates
against all denlali, on authority of "un
doubted information from tho State De
partment" the story that Secretary Fiih is
certninly to rctiro from the Cabinet on or
about the 1st ot June. He remains till
then only to conclude the diplomatic ser-
vieo relative to tho treaty which may be
negotiated by the Joint High Commis
slon. The San Domingo scheme will form a
prominent inuo in tho approaching cam
paign in Ohio. Tho Cleveland Jlcrald
says: "Tho truth may as well bo told. Wo
believe that two-thirds of the Republicans
In tha Stnto of Ohio are opposed to the
San Domingo fcheme. To run the cam
paign in Ohio on this issue, would bo to
insure defeat. The nomination of a can
didata around whom bancs even a suspi
cion of connection with it, would Imperil
tho success of tho party. Whether Mr.
Wado Is or is not pressed in the Interest of
tho administration, or Is connected with
tho San Domingo busincie, the existing
suspicion of suh connection would make
his nomination unfortunate for the Re
publican cause In this Stuto."
As two civil encincors woreut work
in the wilds-of Michigan a couplo of
weens ago, cigutecn or twenty miles rroni
any camp, one of them began to, suipoct
that tho other had brcomo inwne, a sus
picion which .was made certain when his
companion camo to Him and said, "I wish
you would hldo my rovo.ver and axes, for
I came very near Killing vou with thorn
lust night, I got thr revolvor and. cocked
It at your head tlireo times; but iouiq
thing told mo not to kiH .youthen, but get
the axo, and then I was commanded not
to ljl you tlion. Hut I am nfruldj will,
irou don't hide them, and God knows 1
don't want to hurt any .man, Tlis was
not Very pleasing Information, and ho did
his best to ponuado him to go back to tho
camp. Failing In this ho left him, went
back alone, procured assistance, and tho
unfortunate man Is now In an aiylnm.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MAY 19.
Mia Vlatt la Washington frslnff-Irv-ItiR
ud tha EmpraasKuKtnla Inier.
..1Mb: and lllainrlenl Rmllacrnea
-A fraHircy that la Maw ralnlUd-
From the Troy Daily Times.
WAMIINOTO.V IBVINO AN1 LOUIS NAPO
LtOW. Now that Knpoleon bas roachtxl tho last
act In hit drama, thvro i a peculiar Inter
!t attached to his, 'ylfit n Now York.
This loiik place in 1837. Ho had been
held for tomo tlmo Drlionc'r of war aboard
a French frigate, and by orders of Lnuli
til .... .l .1 . . V 11. Tf
i niilippo no was reicnavu ai -lurtuix, ir
glnfa. i'rom this port he hailenad to Mew
YOrk, where lieretria'.ncdjtwomontlu. Hti
boarded at the Washitigtuti Hotel, a. fec
und rato eatablilbment. which covered
nlxmt lo-thlrds of tho plot now occupied
by Stewart' down-town wnrahouan. If..
I. t...... i n. . . ;l
liZ H; .V. .mi. ",LaL.'ptri "nU
no proof of this. Amoni; other incidents
of th!i period, ho culledun Washington
Irving, m Sunnysido, In company with a
young r rencn count, who, as lrv.nciuvs,
appeared to be thoiuperior nf tho tw.. In
fact, Mr. Irving whi attrnriscd at thn
quietness of one who hid cut inch a d.h
inVI.VQ AND El'OE.VIE,
The history of the recent KaiDrcxs
(who Is now nothing moro than Madamo
llonuparte) It a Peculiar illutrntion uftlin
tho frciki of fortune. In 1853 Irving
wnle thus to a lady ;
i Know toe gmnuialhcr or the Em-
prcs,pld 3lr. hllpatnck, who had been
American consul at -Mnlncn. I nmnl an
evening at lilt tioutu in 1830. A week or
two afterward I wan at the houe of his
on-in-lnw, the Count Tebn, a gallant and
Intelligent ccntlcman of (Jrcnadu. much
cut up in thu wan, having lost an eye and
, . . . i . i . . - ...
uwii uininii-u in a, eg anu nanu. liis
wife, tho daughter or Mr. Kirkpatrick,
was abient, but he had a familv of litlln
piria nooui mm. rieueral years arterward,
when I had recently Ukeu up my ubode
at Mndrid, I 'was invited to if rami Imll
at the houso of tho Counteis oi Montitn
one of the leaders of tho ton. On making
my bow to hor, I wai surprlicd at being
received by her with the warmth an eag
crnois of an old friend. She claimed itia
as the friend of horJutohuiband.the Count
Tjba (subsequently Marquis Montijo,)
who she said had often tnokon nf mn wiiii
the greatest regard. She subsequently in
troduced me to thelittlo girlil Uad known
in an earlv'day. who had becamn faahlnn.
oblo belles of Madrid. Onooftheso now
alts in the thronejof France."
A ihort time afterward, Irving Iwrites
thos to another nioce. Mrs. Stcrrow, who
was then residing at Paris:
"You gavo an account uf tho Marriage
prosenion of Louii Napoleon and his
bride to the church of Notro Da mo. and
one of your letters rpenks of you having
boon presented to thu Empreti. Louis Na
poleon and Eugenic Montijo, Emperor and
hmnrcas of Franco 1 ono ot whom I havo
had a cuest at my cottacu on the Hudson.
and tho other whom, when a child, I havo
had on my knee at Grenada. It seems to
cap the climax of the strange dramas of
which Paris has been tho theatre during
my life time. The last 1 saw of Euuenie
Monilo, she was one of the reigning belles
of Madrid; and she and her giddy
circle had swept, my charming younc
friend, tho beautiful, accomplished
Mgnorita into tho Ir career of
fashionable dissipation. Now Eu
genie is on the throne wnile Is a vol
untary recluse in a convent of one of the
most rigorous orders. Poor . Per
haps, however, her fato may ultimately
be the happier of the two. With her tho
storm is over and she is at rest, but tho
uiner la launcnea upon ine aangcrous sea,
infamous for its tremendous shinwrecks
Am I to live to seo the catastronho of her
career or tbo end of this suddenly con
jured up empire, wmcn seems to be or such
ttun us dreams arc made of 7
"Jiy personal acquaintance with tne
individual! who figuro in this historical
romance cives uncommon interest in it
but I consider it stamped with danrror and
initabijity, and as liable to extravagant
vicissitudes as one of Dumas' novels. Yoii
do well to witness the crand features of
this pussing pageant, lou uro probably
reading one of tho most peculiar and
eventful pages of histpry, and may live
w iuok ohck upon it as a romantic tale.'
Irving's words now sound prophetic, and
w meir icrce it may do added that, al
though he is dead, the lady to whom they
were addressed has lived to witness that
catastrophe of which he spoko. Eugenie's
grandfather, Mr. Kirkpatrick, although
American consul at Mulaga.wus a Scotch
man by birth and was of plebeian extrac
tion. A schoolmaster of tho sumo nrao
Jiving in Olnsgow wus commonly styled
tho "cousin of tho Emprce.'1 The wheel
of fortuno by this turn only brines Eu
ganio back to tho level of her ancestors.
A RUINED FAMILY.
I'oiir Dattghlere of a Clergyman Prr-
sera i.ne or in rainy to 1'uelr Faili.
From the Rochester Express, May II.
In 187 the dauchtur of a Presbvtcrian
clorgyman in the the center of this State,
who hud been roared in u strict and rigid
manner, proceeded to Now Haven. Conn..
to spend a month with some friends dur-
inc tno coilcgo commencement seuon.
"While there, taking advantage of tho now
freedom from restraint nttv.rrln.i i,.,- .v.
, - . " " - w.i.i.v. ..VI, BMW
carried on oxtensivo flirtations with the
students and wus ruined by a member of
uie senior ciass. no persuaded her to
leave ner rrionds nnd return with him to
Now York, instead of going home. Singii
lor to relate, slio appeared almost from
choloe fo enter upon city dissipations and
excesses until, becoming thoroughly har
dened and depraved, a sister camo on to
visit her and persuade her to go back to
hor father s home. Instead of doing so,
however, tho visitinrr sister was ulso per
suaded to remain and enter upon tho eumo
terrible llfo which her sister was leading.
Since then tho two abandoned women
havo allurod their two vminifi-r kUtors
away: from thulr parontal ronf, and tho
four aro now keeping what is known as a
''fashionable bagnio" between twenty-
fifth imd.tWCntv-Oll'llt. alriu.l. nn Uin wnat
side of tho city. A more melancholy in
stanco of the rower ofnl.lnr unnn vonnrf.
nr members, of a family never ca'mo to
nollco. Parents unquestionably sometimes
Tmj a ,nlstlko in bringing up thoir
children under too rigorous rotations, oi
pecially if thoy bo strong and positive
THE RED FLAG.
IntemtlnR Particulars of the
of Column Vendome.
Dp atructlon or Gates Anteull and Ver
Hallles, Tcrrlfflc Explosion In rarls-Wallit
Helntr Lndirmlnod, Etc.
TIIK PALL OF TIIK COLUMN VKNPOMK
Pakis, May 17. The column Vendomo
fell In thrco plccei. Tho square In which
It ItOOd Will Henceforth hn L-nnun n.
ou.wmi.vr. aoai.vst MCTAroiwini'.
Thu committee- on public safety has by
decree associated tho 'civil commissioners
with all generals of the Commune in or.
der, it li said, to prevent all danirer of a
ASROCIATKll IS COMMAND.
31. M- liurger ond Dereuvo aro asso
ciated In command with General Dom-
browski, jl. .lohannnhnrd with Ocn. La
Cecilia nnd M. Molllet with Oon Uobi-
All truins leaving Paris are curcfullv
examined. Owners of petroleum aro or-
dered to report to the Commune.
The Parisians still hold Fort Mon-
trotige. Fort Vanvrcs Is unoccupied.
SCKXK AT THE KALI. Y COLUMN vev.
Pakih, Evening, May U Thoro was a
tremendoui scene at tho fall of column
Vendomo this afternoon. The fall wai
nnnounced fot two o'clock, and all tho bal
conies in Place Vendomo were thronced
with ladies. Rues do la Paix and Caaiio
lione wore crowded. Threo bands of mu
le arrived .vhlle tho workmen were en
gaged In shipping tho bnso of tho column.
M. Abadionext nrrived ond inspected tho
inuiais. iho excitement was intense.
Rochefort next appeared, and tho people
crowded around him, giving him loud
Soon all tho krranQnnl. xt com
pleted and the bugle sounded as if the col
umn, like the walls of Jericho, was to fall
from iv blast. The cablo stretched and
tightened, tho column stood firm ; tho
windluss broke and a pulley flew In tho air
and then desconded, striking a sailor .and
wounding him. After the accident Aba
die declared that he needed two hours in
which to repair tho tackle. Tho odds roso
that tho column would not full. At
quarter past five o'clock it was given out
that tho column would not fall before sev
en o'clock. A general expression of dis
approbation went through the crowd.
Abadie was accused of complicity with
the Versailles government and threatened
with tho guillotine.
At twenty-five minutes past five tho a.
ble was again strotched for tho work of dl
molitlon suddenly to surpriio the specta
tors; the vast column moved and swayed;
it next swept magnificently down, burst
ing into fragments as it struck tho earth)
It fell lengthwise in Rue de la Paix exact
ly on tho manure cushion prepared for it.
splintering with a dull, heavy, lumbering
sound, while a thick cloud of dust and pow
aered masonry roso in tho air.
SHOUTS FOR TIIK COMMUNE.
ino crowa as coon as the column fell
gavo tremendous shouts of " Vivo la com
mune, and tho bands played tho Mar
soillaiso hymn. "Whon tho dust elearc.1
away there lay
THE GLORIOUS COLUMN.
shattered to pieces, its bronzo and mason
ry in two masses together in tho middle,
nnd the statue of tho emperor several feet
from ono end of tho column with it head
The crowd rushed forward to collect
fragments as relics, and tho guards were
unable to resist tho rush. Next the riot
ers commenced their speeches, indulging
in all sorts of extravugunt language Tho
statue of tho emperor served as it wore
the cmporor himself. The guards shot
into Its faco and struck it with their ri
ffles. After the ceremonies were cnnclud-
od, the crowd dispersed and the soldiers
moved ofl waving their red flags and civ-
ing expression to their joy by continued
OltANn ASSAULT TO TAKE PLACE.
It Is bollovod that tho grand nssault will
takopluco in a fow. hours., Tho, enemies of
Thiers assert ho is dolnying in ordering It
mauc oecauso no Is afruid tho end of his
power will arrive when tho army captures
UlrjRUOTION Of UATKS, ETC.
PAttivMay 17 Aftomnon. Tho Au-
toull nnd Versailles gate of Paris havo
".-'"-yod by bombardment, nnd the
neighboring bastions aro silent under the
Issy, now in tho hands of tho Versailles
troops bombards Petit Vanvrcs. Orencllcs
and Polpt du Jour. The lattor position is
UNDEnMININU THE WALLS.
It Is beliovcd tho Versallllsts aro under
mining the walls near the Huelle gate.
Dissensions continuo among the committee-
of the commune.
EXPLOSION IN PARIS
V.HSAILLES, May 17.-A terrillio ox
plosion occurred this evening In tho cast
em pottlon of Paris, m tho direction of
Avonuo du Trocadoro. Its etrects wero i
plainly noted here, nnd It is bclloved thai 1
a powder magnzlno near tho Inner fortifl. I
cations was readied by shell from tho
Versnlllists batteries at Neullly.
rKDEKALISTS IN DANGER.
London, May 17. Later dispatches
from Paris stalo that tho federalists occu
pying tho villnge of Maracoff havo been
cut off from communication with thoir
main forces, and aro in danger of capture
THE I.SMUIiOKNT TROOrs.
Havo retired from Petit, Vanvres and
Monlroguo to tho city. Ladders to bo
used in scaling tho n.mpnrt of Paris hnvo
reached tho outposts of tho government
roops In Hols do Hologue. i
B& Races aro born. live. llnurUh. .I. I
cay Hnd die, like nations nnd Individual.
As a rulo tho tendency of tho races Is to '
mij-rate from tho North to thn South, m.l
tho strone, stalwart rnccs of tho northern (
regions crush out nnd destroy tho moro ef-
reminuto nations of tho .South. Tl.na
China is ruled bv tho Tartr. n nnrthnm
class. Tho Goths overran Italy; tho
Qormnns now overrun France. Tho Teu
ton racos are now engaged in devouring
tho'LaJins und manifest destiny points to
tho supremacy of the northern clans.
Even in our own country wo hnvc had a
specimen of this hyperborean progress.
Tho North States, strong nnd aggressive,
havn subdued thoso more Southern, and
bid fulr to rcpeoplo them with their own
110 OHIO. LEV EE.
Owlro, 111 s nol.
Ncn Uiilom Itnii.e, Cairo.
-May lcth, 171.
f-'caled prupoaal will lie recrited at tho office of
Superintendent of the new Custom llou.e, at
C'.oro, 111 uoia, untllt o'clcok p.m., theHth day
of May. 1871, for ailing and Kraillng the Cuatoin
Mouse lilnek. The projMiaal. lo bo made fur the
cubic, yard delivered, and will he meaaured alter
filling by the Hupcrlntendent or an a.ahoilied
anenti and 10 per cent of all paymenta to
be retained until cmnnletion nf llm cnmhi.t Th.
CRrlli required will to about ".two cubic ya.-da,
tnnreor less and the filllne lo becomolcted on or
Ik fore the latday of Nowmber, 1671. All blda
mua, b accompaultd by a bond of twi responsl.
b'e parsons lo ifte win of one thousand dollars
in, un uimw.wuiiiajepi anu penorm tne con
tract awarded to him.'
The. pepwunast'rfM-Tves tha right to reject
any or alt the p:oixl. r,.
I'roaosala torx)rndorsed,'"l,ropoealfor FlllinE
ana rallng"aii(l adilreaaed 0, 11, eaae. tiunor-
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hcmw, at the regular price, f:l, (.Craig Migroacoue
wllf bnentpoai pii,.)
Knr aaniieriinv.niid ourlieaiitirnMv titii.fPaf...i
auddeaeripllve circulars and eight iiagra ol te.
HmoniKlauf Craig MicroHuope, aend aix cenn for
poiiiffe to W. J, I.INBnS A C"
Upllciacs, and flole Proprietor of Cral"d Nov.
elly Microscope. Clilcauo, W.
np,' --,.. .'VUI.-I5, Mill
cry family on Ita im-rila.
I'ridlta Oulck fle..
Agents and Penlers, lids siiuruieop sell In ev-
Mlieii raioiieii, mrge
And all kids
I'ZaA.1. AND CUUMHBCIAI. JOB
DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
fJlO THE I.ADIKN.
la now abundantly auppoed w.lh
To which alie pittlcuUrl) Inrlte. attention,
-he has nal rerelred a full Un- M
Dress Trimmings, silk Gimps, silk
liiiloim. (.'tilpiiio litres, Moss
Trimmings, .Silk and
Vol ret Hiiffon.
Crocket Undone, PlngJi
nnd Trfiniiiln.tr Velvet, Silk Gimp.
HATS and BONNETS,
Fine Kid Clones,
Ladies and Chitons' Shoes
And a mil andnomt'let- stock ot
All of which nn propoac to mil at
llio Very Lowest dull Prices
Shclnvilea thn in r.ll nntl .An tin. " . i.
goods and learn the prices.
fclhe Is determined lo maintain her claim to too
name ofhaTlnc "The Cheap Store."
JJK . .71. Ml'AXDL'K
Ladles' Furnishing Goods,
Corner Xtntls Ntreet.
AU kln.l-nf ctnthlnif tnr t.f.,11.. M. J.
order.Qrieadymadr. Also, full airortment of
jua.cv anc i.auiea' all' es. rarVM
TONIC IN USE
FOR SALE I1Y
E. F.MAYNARD, Prop.
PITTS BUBO, PA.
NATURE'S GREAT RES
TOICATIVE. SCHEETZ CELEBRATED
I'hsleaalri I'epot N. W. corner Fifth and Baca
a'reeta, Philadelphia, l'a.
JACIMI NCIIKKTZ. Nolarronrleot P
It la a relfabls Kamlly .Medicine, aod ran be
ken hr eiiiier inf.nt n it ..k .i k...
H, ?.iZle,!u""r '! " "cerlalq, prompland apeedy
emcly Inr diarrhea, dysentery, bowela complied
djapepsia, lowneaa uf anlrila, falntings. ticar
aiomiuh, headache, etc. Forchillaaud fever ot
all kinds, it n i far betier ami anrer than quinina
eithout any of ua pernicious ellects. It etlects
m appotile, proves a powcrlul dlaeator of lood
aid will counieract tho etlocta of liquor In a lew
minutes. Aa indisputablo evidence of Ita medi
cal oroportiea, wo append a few ofthe many cer-
Jolmkon'a Depot, East Tenn., and Va. K.
Jacoa PcuitTt, Eaq.-DearBin 1 nsveuaed the
Hitters 1 have oh nlned horn you, and nd .hem
lo bo all they are recommended to he. I found
one tiolllo to atlord me considerable relief, 1 lee!
as though I cannot do very well without Ihein, lu
ray present state of health.
t). MENIOK. 133Soutli6lh at., I'hila.
I'aitor llaptlat J'asayuuk Church.
Hold by W. P, Allen, SS Main ttnet Dubuque.
O O A. I,
ire Prepared, to Hupply Cagtonera
with tho ltcst quality (4?
IllinoiM ComL i
Ordcra Un Mt llalllilay TMtT.tl
No, 70 Ohio Lavaa. or at ttia a'n.l
Vard below lb St. t'barlea Ho
tel, will Hecelve Iraiu-at
Ti.a Tug "Montauk" will bring Cost aWaiaisW
Uamersaiany hour, dayornlghs, .
Cairo, Oct, sJUj, k-lf