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BY JOHN H. OBERLY
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Mtirtty; IN. Y.s Marine
faTaVSaree, XtvaUlags. Purolture. liutii aa
ygvw.tanrad at rates as favorable u aad
Siissseaat sinrilr Till warraat
iretpactrully ask ot the citiiena at taut,
"r- I' "Owlne at First rVaSleSel Peak
UTEBteT PAYING P
'-i'B and ilovel system or Life Insuraiu-e t
I .cantlv Introduced by the 1
irtfrmi Lite Iniarancei niraliAtd i
ileeottai br.tha uiutl Dliai. anil th lol.
Bar seat, upon 1) tb money
Cmtui : hi anaaat praml
X hiavaa milch as a gatutnnr
,r" i.) nin.iuiai
ami tttu rarntav
Tba plan hamtaia.tBUtDQgbljr critlciiusi kom
iniuTawl-tTltw,Tiit.tmlnf nt ictuirio
'andikllUil iiiihfniilcln lniliUnij lnJf-.
-tthw not jrat htto "ttM nublect tif uaUrpiali
OFFICE OF. TUB COMPANY :
Mtrthweat cor. Foarth & Ollre; hts.
. m9w. V(u.i.iAu,Stcrftary.
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,w 01 0"n',' t,,rmr wi,,rr
' K bi Kar4 'iU(JWd dglltrs datotUatt
WI'H maaiwvwi aarwa aya aa
taaii aiora tuu
W,itt amuD tU
ut Wlaaaaaai M MTWSatt.iaUlfal .aad iiau
Ua aaaual laeama from tba l&tantt alas w
.Iraady amta.taaa aiiaVlaal iMyiialauM. 1 !
- ItTnaH Dtiliaoiith ordTnir liri anil
Tit poitey noiutri raeaiTt ail tea praaw ipi
f.rtKi!JTBaaawBata1t14aaaa taaalla ka1teaaiaal'
f7 araalar taaiaat ala JUaUrn CoropioUi !
beva afar baaaabla to par. T -
CATAWVA ORArs riLLH.
CUTAWflA OBAP riLLH.
CA.TAWJIA OJIATK ril.Ui.
catawa aiuyn ntLH.
SARSAP ARILL A
FLUID KXTRACT RAK8APARILLA.
rLCIU IXTKACT RAHDArABILLA.
VLUID KXTRACT aAMAPAltlLLA.
FLUID rXTKACTT aARMAFAVlLLA.
FLUID KXTXACT BAMAPARILLA.
FLUID BXTBACT KAMAfAKlLLA.
APRIL, MAY AND JUNE,
rvmirr the lmb.
Jb Ibaaa, monlhi
H8LWB0LtV FLUID BXTBAPT HABMAI'A
B1LLA Curat alt Eraptlooa of tha Hkio.
UKLMaaLu'a fluid kxtkact. hakaapa-
Cura tua wertl form of Wood DIhu.i.
lmbold'a FLUID BXTKACT MAMAPA-
fUr Lf ilf lato tha CircuUlioo of tha
hblmbold's FLUID XXTRACT amafa
Baautlfiaa tha Complaxion.
ara aad ctniward aBhlirailo
All Fowaara aad oatvard apaluatleaa daatroy
la akla. randtr.BC It harab aad fnaraa. Lonk u
tha akia, randtr.Bf It harab aad enaraa. Look at
tbaaklaof old malda aad thoaa who haiaaead
Ihoaa who haiaaead
M j adfiea la to ill.
eucn aaj iaD(it ol ueae.
BIXLUBOLD" FLUID XXTBACT HAMAPA-
One boUlr U eaual Ln alraairth la n.i vmllaj txt
thaHjrnip or Dwcx-lntu aa uiuallr made; aad
a win aIdrd to a rint or wilar .aiil. lh
ra'abrata.1 I.ISIIOS UIKT DRINK. Try II thle
UKLMnOLD'b C'ATAWIIA URA1-R PILLN
II F.LM HOLD'S C'ATAWIIA OKAPK FILLS
A pUuanl, afe aad (retb!i Cathartic.
IIKLMIIOLlVs CA TAW II A ORAPK PILLS
L'aed In all a&tvlioni wbna a l'urjtltf MHicina
IIELUIIOLD'S CATAWBA OBAPE PILLS
lUrmlM. to a child, and taken ljr children.
U ILK HOLD'S CATAWBA QRAPK I'lLLA
fluixraada Mi(neai, ri.lli and ererj other Pur-
n K I. W HOLD'S C'ATAWIIA ORAPK PILLS,
Ortalo lo'etfiK;!, and pleasant in operation.
IIELUnoLll's C'ATAWIIA ORAPK PILL
la not a patented Pill.
HELUDOLD'h CATAWBA ORAPK PILLtf
AraromiKj.fd ol Cauaba Grape Juke and Fluid
l' . I .... I I l. .. V - V.
low la rrocaad in the SDrinr and Kumm.r
monihi.to in-nre new life, new tnood, new rigor i
ruraiMt iwd uoiuea or llt.L,MUUL,l 'a IUHVA
PaKILI.A and oua box at PIt.I.M worth ih.i.
weight ia gold.
no rwuer lnTetimeat ran M made tor o amall
uklmbold's FLUID XXTRACT BUCHU
II aa acquired a worU-wldt lama.
ALL ttt tar praparatioBa ara.maritorioua. A
period of (wautjr years haa provad thia to be
Baa raautka aaada be nemamia Trarara. jr. R
C. 8-. a peaking or.tnoaa, .dliaaaea, aad diaaaaea
arising: from lb xeeea of mercurr, b atatc
parllla. Hi power ia cxlraordlt art. mora aothan
nai bo raniir ia euuai io ma cxiraofc ai Daraa.
mi finic uu
aer (bug I am .acquainted with. It l, In
ma aspcuri eenae, a toaip, ww tfiis invaluable
aiinouve mat u ia applicable io a aiata or the
eiatem ao aunkea.and jet o irritable, aa ren
efarvalliersarmtaBeea of the tonic' clan usuail.
able or iaiurioui.
trSeaBXUARKSo't the 0 BEAT CUEMIHTg A.NP
ril.L If KH 9r AN EKICA I '
. Wm. R. Waraar m Co.,
IS North Third afreet. Phllaritluhia. Pa.
II. T. UelmboMi
. Esteemed Friend I congratulate too an
haling the handaomeat and at the aama time the
lloat Sfftetira Pill that I hye ever known for the
purposes intended. WSI. It. WAH.NKK A CO
rt.T.-Helmbold will remark, in conclunon. that
hie remiiulea are the rteult of long and careful
sludr. TbeKlu.d Extracts have beeu liefote the
public twenty lesre. Ihe ealo of them in that
tine proves iheir value. All bars been hanefil.
tea Ij them who followed my Invtriictions, and
to-day they stand unequalled In tha extent af
their sale, and unsurpassed be any medicament
In the Lupenaatory of the United Htatee, not
excepting a single ilerb, ltoui. Plant, or Helen-'
rharniaveutical I claim all mine to be, and hare
never patented s single one.
To dispel any impression or prejudice that
might. sxitt in the minda o mane against my
rirrjantlona,. from tbe poblictir gjreo through
Ulna, and that I
Jrtnflfv.t Pr(ot flf twenty; asts, Jtaat-mare coa
TflilT to prove tnla aee lelter from the Isrgetl
eawfanauna. aau wai i am ana liain, ck-u urua
.tnwufacturthj cheroista in the. world t
I sat acquslBUd with Mr.'ji.X Ualmbild ; he
'0ua,Ud.ba drug eiore orette wr rsfldence,
antt aa' aiirceksful in couduotiaa tha huaineaa
Kara othara had not bean rou.il v ao before him.
Ware ua ia? oraviv iiuiuwju wh ur umiw
and aatararisa. WILLIAM WliiHTM AN.
firm of. Bowers W.lghtman,; piaaulactsriaf
rnemisu, rtinta ana nrown airerui, rnuaoei
pbta. ; s lU.aTXB0STSSaKIS4Te.
-Twali lAaaa Wnghiof Werlag t-3 the afllic
tad Sar lea Jaara. "
Tiieyvra bow perfect, and 1 shall stake nty
. i i .t -r . ,VBST4. vanuiiuB-
arl..r.' -"..-""". .win
mwb. bu jcnaniau or rr.nph ...... .. .....
manarad Will, vm.l.,1 . L'el
HUKlVi T '""etorera orraedlcinea. I eel
Si. T. rXMMU,
Crystal Palace Drug Store,- No.- 6S4 Broadway.
New York. '
Pslsse PharsBsoy. Oilsay Houie, Preadwav, aad
;i-Twaaly.Blnthtrt, NewVorki '- '
Temtla cf Pharthscv: ttmtluental UoUL PhlU.
iderphiai and 1(6 UtBqnth Tenth street, Plul-
annpnia. , - -
bOXei. Mni itoJZrZZ'Jz&iJPi.
Tub Wiaoonain frieodfl of ox-con-
krrcsemaa C. C. Washburnc tro puUme
ku Ba.promiacnU jorwBtd u can
didate for Gomnor of tbat-8Utc.
Tn trial ol Boweb, the Congres-
eional bigamist, waa concluded on the
afternoon of the 3i imt. The jttry re-
utreaft a Yri.qr .guilty, tiler ibein.
ft Vi W . .a l'r
out about twenty minutes. Ilia
al tnoTod for a new trial, and he is ia
thb meantime held ia' five thounnd doL-;
hrs bail.' '
Spxakixo of thd IJavtoa platform,
The Nation franklr aaya 'that "it tha
Democrats should nut on it. at tho next
i r ' . . j I
preeidential election, a candidate of
high standing and character, of good
Union antecedents during the war, the
consequences would 'most likely be
such as Messrs. Cameron, Forney and
the like would at first contemplate with
horror, and then adapt tliemselres to'
with commendable .alacrity."
The Evening Pott hai undertaken the
bopoleii task of re-organizing thuJlflpub';
I icon party in New York. It calls i
Fenton and Conkllng, and leaders of two,
factioni, to resign their leadership i or in
the oventbT their refuial, urges the people'
to throw them overboard. ThePoiJ takesv
a very lugubrious view- of the prcieot
prospects of Its party, and Admits that
" if the IUpulieatu loic Hew York in M
next Pruidential election ihty are probably
Itatrtt." It says :
"Another election for President ap
proaches,, and promises to be cloier thsn
the last. Few public moa believe that the"
itepublicans can gain their ascendency
without regaining New York, or that tho v
can even contrel another .Congress, if they,
loss anv mare anati in thia fltat. Tot thn"
qusrroU among, them ntgs more bittorfy '
Miau erw, auu mo iwu nution who, ay
their position are recogniced public lesd
crs of the party in New York, spend ail
its strength and their own. in petty squab-
oie aooui i no airiston or omeee netwean
Already the pernicious effects of their
fu4s ara fait In -their party throughout
the country. Amd if they go on (n the
ismo way a little longer, .Mew York will
finally bo lost to the Republicans for 1872,
nna vrun it, proDsuiy, xno unitea tstei.
a e a
The Republican purty of New York can
never act in harmony under tho leadership
either of Mr. Fenton or of Mr. Conkling.
Tho organization which is controlled by
either of them will never bo more thsn a
faction, and will be easily beaten.
Mult the party, in the whole nation, be
subjected to dishonor and detest before the
petty factions which make all the mischief
here can be compelled to give way T They
will go in the future, as in the (tast, as long
ha there is an office to qarrel for, and only
link out of sight when tho nation, as well
as the Stale, is in tho hands of men they
distrust, and of a policy tbeyabhor, unless
the honest masses of tho Republican party
the patriotic citizens who want no office
and no spoils for themselves, but de want
?;ooa government,. man lake the matter
nto their owa hands.- " if
Horace Qreeley, on his return from
Texas, stopped in Memphis where he
spent last. Friday and part of Saturday,
On Friday night he delivered a lecture on
"Self-made. Men," sod on Saturday morn
ing after a reception f t the Overton Hotel,
drcve through tho city visiting places of
interest. At twelve o'clock,' he was called
upon by Mr. Davis, and tho interview is
thus described by tho Memphis Avalanche:
Anout.twelve o'clock; Hon. , Jeff. Davis
called at thb Overten Hotel, and was ush
ered into tba presence of Mr. Grcoly, at
wbute lianas be met a. very cordial recep
tion. The philosopher and hii visitor sat
facing each other in tho center of tho
room, the broad, open and plain counte
nance, of tho one in strango contrait with
tha vlry. nervous ana somowust. aellcalo
face of the other. Mr. Davis was digni
fied and somewhat formal in manner,
while Mr. Orooly wai Frank, easy and
quite talkative. Thoro was scarcely a ref
erence to tnq political; situation, jar.
Oreely enquired concerning the health of
Mrs. Davis with much warmtn and earn
estness, and again referred to the hich re-
?;ard ho eritortainod for that lady and the
amity of which she eamei. Mr, Davis re
sponded appropriately 'and
XXNtlSSED THE GRATITUDE OF IllUSELF.
AND SIRS. DAVIS
to the philosopher for bis kindly services
soon aitef the war. This brought up Mrs.
Davis' interview, referred to' abovo, on
which Mr. Ureeloy seemed to dwell with
much 'pleasure. 'In tho couno of conver
sation. Mr.. Greeley again spoke of- jtho
Rlalrs, and especially of tbe seniors, of
that dUUngulshed famlljl,. remarking rt
pauant that .Frank P. Jllair, Jr., and
others oi tpe prefooj genorauop aia bos ao
justice to tho old slock,' to whom herofer-
rea wun apparent ueep, leeung. Mr.
Greolevthen pi.ued on to subiocts nearor
home. hhd'flnallK dwelt' i'to several rain-
Utes on tno memory oi mbii. vuiiiuau, oi
whom ho spoke as a
WAHU PERSONAL AND POLITICAL PB.IKND
in times gone by. No, a wor w.a'iaW on
either side, that our reportor could over
hear, concerning Mr. Davis' condition and
prospects. All through the interview,
which lasted ten minutes, Mr. , Davis
maintained a reserved demeanor, while on
tho other hand, the face of the philosopher
was wreathed in kindness and smiles, with
occasionally a hearty laugh breaking the
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, JUNE 6.
iMllneH. It wai a tcene wortli y tho poncil
of an artist, ono that would tnako a picture
yaluable now and in future generation.
Riling at the concluilon of the Interview,
Mr. Davit withdraw with a itately bow,
and in a fow minute after Mr. Greeley
wu tn routrtor thoraUroad depot,'.wharo
betook- ihOi-ifitiilWot LoultVHU.br
OeberM-Jferrltr, htf frletd andtrv'41ln
In regard to-tbo-exmstltutlon as it
is' the Nashville Union and Amiriean
wisely says :
Now tba thesttsadwtj.ts are.aart of
tbe Constitution tbe conservative
mind feels towards them something
of that . reverence , which it . has
ever feli wriUba. did ttalfar.cirir lil
ertios. But in accepting these amend
ments as final o far as anvthtne hu.
maflarr'caTlcd BhsT-!t insists .thst the
ty in-powBTTaaii noiu ascreu tbe great
V of the instrument es wall aa tha
amendments theme ret.' At-present ono
weald think that4 'iKe" aimlnIsTratio'nhdV
iU Jminediste McTids"rfegsfd"er 'the thirteenth,-
fourteenth and-flfteenth amend
mentsujho only part of the constitutionr
invsatadwitb sanctity, while tho rest of it
cotildtta'aet aside, or circum vented, if oc
casiessDsIamanded. It is oi this platform
of ftiraal strict . and hearty obeaionco to
the contsttutlon ai it is amendments and
all tHaU-the JdJfand moderato men of
both parties can-eet and work together. ,
An Associated Press dispatch of Satur
day, says f, Foster, tho murderer of Put
nam, jmbliihcl. ah appeal, to the public
asklbg-thtm to consider' 'his 'case diipss-1
liohately He says he is conident that
theiamoelipg which, onlmpuise, secured
his conviction vrilf, when cooKahd delib
erate, do him proper Juitlce; ahdthst he
is r doomed to dlerbecauso of V, wicked,
druken freak, which resulted trTtbe slMth
ginanin wnom ne no more intenaea to
hsrm-scneusly than he would Ibis oi
chlltt -"J I -1
sails for Ei
Tho late Franciil Whlttaker'had insur
ance on his life amounting to $100,000.
,S?dwIgTI. Fink, of thaTjatholio
churchj'wni U'cbnjNrated'biihop in Chi
cagbslno llthr -
iftvTD7. Cuapln, of Now York, is to
spend Jils-summer vacation in England
aaa oeestiBna. v
. AuewH' Belmont is not badlv off with
$260 in pictures, race horses and
Rev.Mr. Cheeney racelves sympathy
anasupaawt from several loading members
of "taeVfcptscopal Church.
' Brick " Pendleton and "But" John
son are thu names of two local. editors in
Georgin. Thoy throw brick-bats and but
brick. Dr. Ltvingstoiio's perionalcxistcncoand
tolerable health is at last definitively set
tied. Tho last news says that bo in not at
JJIJIJIJI, but has gono up to Yxyxyxy,
Alico Cary's Sunday evening receptions
tor tno flow xork literate and journalists
are being Imitated by Mrs. Prof. Youman
and Mrs. Fields, wife of tho editor of tho
New York EvangelUt.
Tho new editor of the Atlantic Vim. D.
Howells Is a native of Ohio, aad is con
sidered tho most graceful writer of English
tbe country has produced sinco tbo days
of Washington Irving.
The rm'on and American of Nashville
says well and wiselv :
; We hope that Mr. Jefferson Davis will
hstvo the leasure to read tbo numerous
Kadical nsners of tha cohntrv. If he
should, and will devote himself to the
task, be will soon become convinced that
his speeches are tho strongest card which
has recently been playod Tn fovor of Rad
icalism. If this bo consolation, ho can
make the most of it
' The Washington aorreipondent of tbo
IQui iviils Ledger says thoro is a story
that .Cameron li very' jealous of Morton,
and insists that tha latter shall not have
tho treaty In charge in the' Senato. Ho
porferi Ilerlan for tho purpose when ho is
abient. Cameron returned Friday night
to show his great knowlodge of interna
tional law in tho Senate.
Fighting Joe Hooker in giving his opin
ion of tbe present occupant of tboWhito
House says: "It is my absolute conviction
tbattwcro ybU to walk the length of
Broadway' you could not moet a man less
qualified fur the Presidency than Grant
we or tno army Know mm better man tno
people at largo. Wheri his Adjutant Oen.
Rawlins, was alive, tho President seemed
to. be efficient and successful; but when
Rawlins died Grant's bottom full out."
Both of; the resident political commit
tees nave rally organised bare and will re
main in session during 'the recess. The
work of preparing and distributing polit
est documents has already commenced and
Will be oontlaued untl tbe fajl, elections.
aTach'comntiee has a room In tbe cspltol
M4iU Jn,coqraniQation'Wlth tho various
State and local committees. As there are
io congressional olectton's tbii yar excepii
In- California' an Texas', the Iabbrs of tho
committees will not be so general as those
of last yetiV;1ut will lay out the prelimi
nary prdgrammo for the moro important
Prasldentlabeampalgn of next yesr.
Mrs. Laura D. Fair, notwithstanding
har.face ihd llgure, h'u been' sentenced to
ho hanged on tbe 28th day of July.
Tho " ImmorUl J. N." will "hortly "lift
tbe vail of truth " in Decatur.
. Two thousand dollars havo been raised
bythcHitfof'litUton for tha relief
oi tno wiaows ana orpnsns 01 me vicunas
of tbo lato disaster.
The.Boerd.of Directors of tho Louis
vlllo Agricultural and Mechanical Asso
ciation have invited Henry Ward Beccher
to make tha opening address at their fair.
New Orleans is again at tbo mercy of
tbo Boods, caused by the lato heavy rains
..1?iSon?t.ca crevasse. On Sat
urday night a crevaue in tbe new canal
lovee was 125 feet vide and four feet deep.
On Saturday 4Rot!mV. a'attorrMothod
ist minister, was leaving tho house of a
friend .Mr. JCIUngewortb, waste be hsd
been stopping, handed his (Sutton's) coat
ttt his daughter, when a pistol fell out of
tba pocket on tbo .pavement and wu dls-
cbargM 'the bullef pcnoVrailng thb abdo
men of Mrs. Klllagi worth. Inflicting' a
In New' Orloans a woman, Imprisoned;
on the charge "6f kidnapping a child, Is af
fected, with violent jbbnvulilons at timos(1
and her colored follolr'rjriioners aro under
tho firm belief thatshohas been Voudoued.
One of tho womon in jail with her says
she opened her mouth one , day and a dog
ran'oot of It, Unit sho i all, the;tlmo spit
ting pins, and that sho sees the devit evory
night. There is nothing too oxtravagent
for the Souttferonegroto bclievo in regard
to tbe power of Youdouiira.
Tke ecstaasst WllasHe.
The Washington correspondent of the
IKorW.telograpbs ; "The district attorney,
here announces his, Intenllon. to brine-to
early trial the foor recusant witnesses cert
tinea to him by tbe senate for Indictment
as ibbb iado iaw laotaec watcsi we cases
''certified is th'bfllWTilwWtm pro-
viaos mat persons wno rei use to answer
committee of congress shall be liable to in
drotment, and, on convicioB: be subject to
a fite Of f 100 to f 1,000 an4dmprisbnmeht
from one to twelve months in tho ooUntv
Jail. By the' act of congress creating tho
polico court or this dUtnct all.misdomsan
ors not punishable by imprisonment in the
penitentiary are within the jurisdiction of
thst court, in which' proceedlnes Are on
information and not indictment. . The
question now is as to how tha district at
torney will proceed; and If ah' Indictment
is louiro.'wnaajaaT.iixan aa susiatnaa in sua
atssgmlar atetela af a aVttlla.
The mania for saicide has extended to
the children. In the town ot Warren,
Minn., lives Mr. Levi Kllii, whose daugh
ter, a girl of' twelvo summers, was the
victim of self deitruction. For some time
she haa had a habit of eattnr camphor
gum; whenever it came within ner reach.
Aware of this habit, her psrents exorcised
a good deal of care to keep things out of
her reach, and a short time ago her
mother havine occasion to uso some strvch
nine, deemed if prudent to ox plain to her
daughter tbo dangerous nature of tbe
poiion, and to caution her against taking
it by. mistake. After this nothing more
was thought of it. The girl attended
school with tbo otbor children, and went
to tho funertl of Mr. Green's little boy
the other day, whoro she appeared very
mmmK .flUt . i.r j j .
... u4ibvu. situ u m utuiuiu uvcres.
She took the little sacks of salt which had
been used to keep tha eyes of the corpse
closed, and put them in her 'pooket,
where they were found after her
death, Sho told somo of hex acquain
tances there would he another funeral be
fore long, and on Tuesday, when "she re-,
malned with two other girls to sweep out
tho school house, she bade them good-bye
at'partlng, and said she. would novcr sie
them again, After, this she went home.
Her parents were away. She got the
strvennine. took a nortlon of it. want out
in the yard and told the hired man what
sne naa done, and in fifteen minutes was
Tke Rajral Casil,
West Point Correspondent of the N. V. Hun.
I received another liltlo opiseode to-day
iu uuunectioa mw sue career oi uiaet
Grant, which goes to show in what direc
tion the wind blows. In tbe Spring of
1869. Llent. C. 0. Sears of tho Corns of
Engineers, acting as Assistant instructor
of Slcnnlllntr. had undor his supervision
the section in which Grant held rank. Tho
oung man having boen called to the
lack board, tn order that ha micht instruct
tbe other benighted monibers of tbe ssmo
section in tbe art ot signalling; was de
tected by. Lieut. Sears in .the 'act of ; road-
ing uia lesion, wuicu no uau written on
his shirt cuff prior to his ontrv into tho
section room. Tho officer immediately
placed him undor tirrest in his nuartnr.
as this offence was considered not only a
flagrant violation! of tho rales, and regul a
tlonf, but nt the 'same time dishonest sub-
torlugo to obtain standing in his class.
That same evonine Gen. Pitcher ro.
leased Cadet Grant- from" arrest. Lieut.
Bear's order to the contrary notwithstand
ing. The sequel of tbo story is soon told.
A short time afterward an order was re
ceived from Washington dirictlng the
Lieutenant to proceed to some place out
West and report, to the commanding offi
cer 'or the' Station for'dtlty.' Tees was
honesty rowsrdod, and an upright officer
not only snubbed, but'stjll more, trans-:
ferred to oVh'ef duties wbero ho would in
the future be dnable to Interfere with tbe
ruling lamiiy. tio-tv does this compare
wttn tne treatment atTorded uadot liaira
bv the first class lut winter 1 He. T be.,
..lierft Wis acaibaedf tenUe aYaliehobd. I
gentlemen, as cadeu are an supposed to.
be, u. great; a' falsification as 'the simple
fact of jeljing an untruth.
9 Profanity novor, did any man, tbe
least good. No man is richer, or happier,,
or wiser for it. It commonds no ono to
society. It Is disgusting to the refined;1
abominable to the food; Insulting to those
with whom we assoclatot degrading to tbe
mlndj unproltablsj ' needless andinjurous j
Otthe irukimctea Treaty All Ocawr
Tke SJlaUasi Ralalst.be ObaarTeat While
Niw York, Juno 3. A reporter of a
morning paper yesterday interviewed
President Grant at Long Branch. The
President said there is a good deal of ap
prehension on both sides of the water con
cerning tho treaty at Washington. It Is
thought by a great many that It wu
rushed through and acted on without prop
er consideration on the part of both gov
ernments. Every arttclo of the treaty
wu submitted to me after it wu adopted
by the Commission, and then approved by
me, ana eacn article wu in tne ssmo way
submitted to tbe British Cabinet and ap
proved oy tne .Minister ot tne crown
at once. Tho English Commlsioners
spent a great deal of menoy telegraphing
the seciroriS'e-r tftfl tr-Srtr-. "The Queen (3
England . pledged her .sfgaaturo before'
band. ilMrefbre.,reirard tlm (matt? aa
practically ratified. There will.be pocu
cunlary considerations of j course.
Meaiures. will havo to be adopted on both '
sldss to carry out the provisions of tho
treaty., Our House of Beprssintatlvea
will, I fsel certain, acsjpatrieikally and
wisely in: the matter. Tho treaty mutt
be ratitedaad made tho law of both na
Ucs; this UaA immetlkU necessity. As
fat sa .we ara eoveeraod we'saoalof havo
hotter 1crmi, btatnhefo wero two" partlos
in tho bargain. If I had it all my own
way, I think I could make it moro fa
vorable to the United Slates. Tho point
to be arrived at was not merely the pecu
niary satisfaction of our losses by the Ala
bama and other cruisers rrom Uritlsh
ports, but to settle Irritating and disturb
ing questions tiEeiy toonnt- tno two na-
tlons Into armed conflict. My aim was by
wis treaty to secure peaco inrougn justice,
ami a believe A nave succeeded. Ho sp-
preaession neea no xeis as to ine eourso oi
the AMitisa people. 1. would regard Ran
act of bad faUh on tholr part to reject the
treaty aiter its almeat unanlnooa-accept
ance oy;onr oeaate. xne Jtngiun must
surely prefer a fair settlement of odr dif
ferences with them, for which the trcaty
proviaes, tnan to nave a war settlement, as
was the alternative. A final ratification
will be a blessing to both countries.
In regard to the report of Mr. Fiih
leaving the Cabinet, the President said :
"Mr. Fish will not leave th Cablnot or
Tesign his seat in the State department j
with my consent while 1 am President.
He hu been faithful, patriotic and dili
gent, i should be grievod ir he resigned,
but he won't."
Now, u to Cuba, there hubeen no dis
cussion in the Cabinet in reference to the
Cuban affair of late. The policy of the
administration la unchanged in regard io
Cuba, we are mtnorut ot our obUKkuons
to friendly nations. While careful of our
rights the United States will not be unjust,
wnuei am rrestdeni wo will do u we
would wish to bo done by. The condition
of affairs on tho island of Caba does not
seem to Secretary Fish to demand action
on our part.
The New York Tribune thus disposes of
Ooneral Butler's opposition to tbe treaty
of Washington: "Altogether tha Gan.
eral regards this frank and cordial agree
ment Dctwcon two great nations u being
u full of tricks ondsinful games, as if ho
had made it himsolf."
Once upon a time Horace Greely and
Dean Richmond, happening together at
Aiuanj, ion into a uorce uiscussion, u
was usual, on the question whether cock
eyed men could be trusted. Dean bold tho
affirmative and Horaco the negative, of
tho proposition. Souetlmo afterward
Dean went to the Charleston convention,
a strong rrlend or Douelu and of the
union of the National Democracy. Ha
found himself opposed in all his natriotia
purposes and desires chiefly by James Bu
chanan and Ben Butler, tne one through
personal jealousy and tho other from a
pre-arranrea treason to tne uemocratio
party. The conspirator succeeded in bis
object aad broke the Democratic party in
to manors, a ever wu were so indignant
a man as Dean Richmond, who, gathering
up his papers, cane and hat, started for
the depot. On his way he met Ben But
ler, who. smlUnF.lv BDDroechihr and ax.
tending his hand, said, why, Mr. Rich
mond, you are not going away."
Whereupon Dean, putting his hand In
his pockot roared ouC " I am going back
to see Greeley to apologise to him for de
nying his 'assertion that al. cock-eyed men
aro u u rascals.
A Mevaaesa CaelcC.
xne Bpringleld Xnntblican comments
ustiy upon tne appointment of Briar.
ham Young's son to Wost Point :
Tho Presidont has ten appointments of
now cadets for Wast Point Academy year
ly, and General Grant has completed bis
list this yoar with a son of Briebam
"i oung, the Mormon, and a soldier's or
phan from the Baltimore Orphan Asylum.
Tho latter choice, if of a personally fit lad,
is born of a lust and eracoful thoucht :
but tho formor is on insult to the public
opinion of tho country. With what
moral power can tbe country, Congress,
or the administration contend against tho
offensive Mormon hierarchy, if the head
of the Government is to give it such con-
donement and comfort u this T Tho Re
publican party bu solemly pronounced
polygamy a "twin DarDarism" With
slavery, and Congress hu enacted laws to
firerent and punish it; but now a Repub
lican President sinelu eut a conspicuous
offspring and representative of this only
rejuinuiiBg UBiuBriaui tuu eon oi a- man
who defies the national authority and has
openiy proclaimed lus rcoeuion against it
tor one oi ins caoieesi oompitsBents and
most sought gifts In but posrer ',XtU cer
tainly discouraging business to those of us
"who had supposed one1 of the exeelleacles
of the- RspubllMnadrUjnlstratlon, was; op.
position .to and exlaBguishsaaat of lh in
suiting detanL-degrading- reselllon set
up andled'by Br'ighm Yiflg.-
aWaaTh'e Lawrence (Kis.) Standard haa
been shown a Utter from tho father ot Dr.
Medllcbtt respecting tho cue of his eon.
High testimonials as to the doctor's char
eater baro been forwarded.' The doctor's
father states that nothing biUthe llrmltles
of ae Prevent him from. earning to Law
rsace tn his behalf.- BU father Is now
seventy-one, end his " wether sixty-four
yeara of age. They live at Marietta, Ohio,
DAILY PAPER m EGHT.
Also, keep eoniliaSly ea Jaw4'saosi eosa
Scoloh.ajse) Irish Whlsklt.
we sou exeiDMTttr ror casn. ta waicn taet
sanM tna atsention or aoaa, eargala' sayara
Bpectal attention siren to luisv oroers.
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AceMa al AsawSsieak Fawtftr Oa.,
Laaafttataurerra Asrasste sar OaSJaas Y,
business with tha United
atalaa.Paaaat Oftaa wUI ftad. iVta tkaksarvaataga
ta tatreat tt lalSa aads af tkw aid.estaUUhed
area at- t Ii!7t
Mason, Fenwick & Lawrence,
I. ..S vac.. te. W&AVm& .C.
They have dona my buaiaees to ATsatlafaa
Iton. and 1 take olcaaura la raeommaaatlnv thaaa
ta Westara InveBles.7T TTT . .
Inventor af Improved Ravolvlng Tubuiar Water
Orate Sara. . -
Cairo, tprttaa.lsn. taartadtai.
V Argentine mesch's
Car. 8th St WMhtagtaav ave.
Cairo. - - - Illinoia
Is ssppliea with tha freak eat
Clraeerlee. Ovaaat asaal atrteel asaat STaaw
fasttA Poultfjf, Fresh htter
Sad ererythiag alsa aaaded for (sally aaaalT
It Is ln shert oaa of tha beat atatffeaai anearfaa la
A eoBtlaaaoe ef oablle nalrnaaaa ia i aaisilfall i
ottAited ' '.satatdawa
9 "7"" awaaaaasaw
ire Prepared to Snalr
wltM m qaaUtyaf
Orders left at Kalliatajr atrae. eMaea.
Na. T Okie xts, ar at tke OsU
Tar kelaw tke It. Ckawlee Ms.
Tt.a Tua "Montauk" will brinar Coal aloamda
t earners at anv hour, daw or nlaht.
aOalro, Oft. aMa. 1STO tf
HOUSE MOVtR AHDBUILDER
is prepared to do all kinds ef P
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r. Krnnadr. oa
ioer to the new achool buUdUg, or addresaadto
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