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Mli-lf yon wish in ni mop, nr cluili, to dry
(miner, remote Ihrlin. will ini ri tour cloth,
hi, I jou have tint additional advantage.
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DEALER IN FURNITURE
llOUS'il FUUNISHING GOODS,
18o & 187 Commercial Avenue
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Sunday Moknino, Junk 1871.
JOHN II, OllERLY, Etiitoa ami Pinmum.
Turn or net Daily Hi i li tin :
One week, by carrier 2"
Duo mouth, by mull, 75
'Hirer monthf ........ t- 23
Ml monthf 4 Si
(I lie Tear 8
The olTittal vaDtrot AUsanhr euuntuan.1 ut tlteettu
(Xuro: tht onlytnorntHf th-Uu in Southern itlinuit
n uule.awalt tout not t ninnlt. hut fcititeut nut'
woken on all tufnectt of interest to the ttuNie
if If A a largt ami tnereami etreitUttun, the IhiUt-
Itn fund lie yuirvnwjr ui ,nmi(;r'i( in.iii, ii-.'
tnitrprmru oiwneAa men.
TUB IlOLLAR WKKKLV 11 IT LI. till N.
Jnlin II. Oberly i Co. nave ri'diu'cd llio Mill
rrl.tiiii pnee of (fin WVW.Iy Cairo llilllrtin In
Oat IMar per annum, rimklri' It Ihf olirapcsl pa
lrimtlltheil InSoullifru llllooln.
ONE powerful argument in .favor of
(J reo ley for president is the fact that be
bus no relatives to clamor for oflico
should be reach tho white house.
Tub Cincinnati Gazelle intimates that
Mr. Vallandigbam died poor, nnd sug
jjc 'tn :i toititaiojti.il for the benefit of
hi - family.
Tin: Atlautu iVcio Km, with n real
izing fense of tho democratic situation,
siys that "it is Toombs' live thunder
' ai.d burning other on one hand, or
' Jnlin Quincy Adams and tho Ohio dc
' pa, lure on the other."
Mil. Valla.vdkuiam's death, says
tin- N'etv-York TrHmnr, " makes a void
the ranks of his party; but the tsuc
of the bold new countermarch
- .It which his name is identified isal-
k idy asiurcd."
I'UESIDENT GltANT has given notice
tba. his summer pleasures at Long
l!n..ch are not to bo disturbed by tiny
Uip icatious for office. All jiersous,
Ui.i'utinected with the Dent futnily, who
v.ai.t positiou?, muat apply to the heads
ut' the different departments.
OH V. DAY'S KEVOItT OF OFFICIAL
in our (lispatctics lately mere lias
nut been more than an average gather
ing of items concerning ofiieial rascal
ity, but there has been enough, nevci
tbeless, to set people thinking as to the
eh trader of the men who now represent
i lie government of tho country.
lit the first place we have the news
thiit Col. Clifford Thomson, late chief
dak in the internal revenue bureau,
H'ttMitly sold, for five thousand dollars,
tidvance information as tolhe New-York
Central tax decision, by which means
certain parties were enabled to secuie
themselves against loss. The facts us
to tliiB case, a Tribune di-pateh informs
up, were communicated to the president,
and the righteous wrath of that terrible
upholder of the public virtue may be
imagined from tho fact that-' the re
' riguation of the chief clerk of the iu
terual revenue department promptly
Next, a Mobile dispatch announces
that Mr. G; L. Putnam, pojtmaster of
that city, baa been arretted on an indict
merit presented by the grand jury
charging him with bribery. This is
one of Mr. Grant's roccnt appointments,
and it was made against of the few re
spectable republicans in Alabama. An
huuest roan is said to have been re
moved, and tho place was given to 1'ut
nam, who bad beeu convicted of appro
priating public moneys to his own ute,
while he wan connected with the utate
tvetuuicut. Bribery is a mild form
ut turpitude for a southern republi-
Thirdly, mo have the cheering in
foruiatiou from Vfu,MUBton that the ex
collector of internal revenue Wo only
klolen about 3,000,000 There In
' due from ex-collectors of internal rev
N-nuo neatly W,000,000, whith it is
'expected will have to bo collected by
1 puitfl ngaiti"t tlioir boiidsinon." Wo
will wngT oho small wngor that it will
not bo collected, and another that no at
teinit eo to collect -it will bo mode. If
Mr. d'rniit'rt administration hao cvci
made Mich an attempt, wo have not
heard of it. Wo have not yet had the
pleasure of publishing the fact ol a dol
lar of Ktolcn money having thus been
recovered to the government. On the
contrary tho public bavo seen the ad
ministration actually conniving at the
Cieapo of defaulting officials, and con-
cnting to the impunity of any number
of their bondsmen. The worst penalty
of their uiidcr-tho-Orant regime 19 the
discovery and publication of the thiel s
" insanity." We bavo no doubt that n
verdict of insanity to the amount of $'.),-
000,000 will finally bo brought 111 the
case of tho ox-collector.
The moral rottenncs of tho present
republican party is shown, not so much
by the frequcucy or crime among itn
prominent and ofiieial representatives,
as by the impunity with which crime is
invariably by that class committed
Still glca nitig from our dis
patcher, we find added illustration of
this fact in the announcement from
Washington respecting bigamist How-
en. It is not only stated that this man
ia to be promptly pardoned by the pres
ident, but also that bo will speedily
regain bis scat in congress 1 Ex,
tlVnonal i"l Olliot lncj
Ucncrnl Custer and wife tiro In Mon-
H. Kimball, of Georgia, Is the presi
dent of leven rallromlf.
Tliu prus'uU'tit bus recognized LaCn
tliuti ilu la Forest us conful-gpncrnl of
France tit New Orient.
flie editor of tho llurrisbnry Patriot
democrntic, will soon miirry Governor
Tho fumlno in l'irt'i U dcjcrilioil
extremely fearful. Kvon worse limn was
at first reportcJ.
A new Vinnio Kuiun appears in .Miss
hi In Noe, of Otkaluossa, who liclns her
father chisel gravestone.
Tho largest ilinry farm In tho world
1 is owned by Hon. t'lmrlui Webb Howard
of Ciiliforni.'i. It comprises 71,000 acres.
-An iinluijipy young mui In Cliarlcs-
ton, S. C, xvlioso iiU'ertloii for n voiiiil' wo
men was not reciprocated, swallowed laud
anum, but was p'linpcd out. and the girl
laughed about it.
A crazy man residing at Sand l'rairic,
south of l'ekin, hibors under tho hallu
cination Unit ho is Jesus ChrUt. Pecuni
ary embarrassment drove bint insane, and
he will bo taken t) Jacksonville shortly.
-Tlo lntpst .Mormon notion is a ma
chine to kill grass-hoppers. Tho contriv
ance Is nn in volition ot a .Suit Lhko City
bhicksinitb; can bo iiniiiulaetiired for $75,
and two or three could scoop tin and
" f crunch '' nil tbu grii's-lioppcrs in Ihn
Tho proprietor of tho Clil.in House,
Niagara has boon enterprising enough to
lay a gas-pipe over Iho now tnpenslon
bridgo to light his Imtcl with, mid tho
Canadian aiithnritii's inn Ixithcring thoir
bruins to ilutorniinc how thoy ran levy a
ix mi his imported an-.
.Mei'Mires aro being tukuii ut Hnval -
nub, Ga., to projicrly ioscribo the monu
ment in that city eroded to tho memory
of Gon. Nathiinii'l (irreni. This monu
tiient has stood for lolly years without
any iii-eription, nol oven tho inline of tho
depirii'd, whose gillanliy nnd iiatriotiMii
it wa- diiiigiiL'd to L-omiiiomnrate.
Oi'iirgo V. TiUI, tint IliitValo eapitiilil,
wli.i i- nl. nit to try till experiment in funn
ing with tbu huathnii t'liineii, is devoting
hlstiiini and money to improving bis four-thoiisiiiid-ui'ro
farm in Shelby county, 111.
lie is putting up ten two-story hoinnis for
too K't'i'oiiimodittioii of his imported
farmers, and is having ten thousand acres
of prairie broken. The no.vt thing he will
have a hundred ('liine-e in his liou.-c.
Tito young inens cliiiitiiin asoilatiiin
of .Saratoga prnpo-ed In closu .Morriseey's
gaiiiing-hoile, but wlnn they rulleil upon
MorrN'cy tint genlb-iuau (juietly siiid :
" Voti hiivii tin) power to eltibO mv doors,
but if yo i do 1 fIiiiII reuiovo my race
course, and then what will become of your
town !" and they being owners of real es
talo heritiik'd, and tetreated frant tho
prcieiico of tlie chief, nnd cased their
minds by a ferocious raid upon the smaller
knights of the green cloth.
.loot before hit saiL-d for Kurope, .Mr.
Thurlow AVeed received a call from a
gentleman in tjie one hundred and fifth
yeiir f Ids age. lie walked throe-quarters
in' n mill! nnd handed -Mr. "Weed two
Utters tu friends in h'ligtand, which lie
penned himself. Tho old gontloiiiaii has
lived in ew ork sincu lt'lii. Ho cn
tored tho KnglUh army In 1780, nnd was
an otlicer in must of tho memorable bat
tie. from 1780 to 1812. Ho is still in the
enjoyment of good mental and physical
llrighum Voting eolnbrated his 70th
birttnltty on tbu -Jd Inst., by a royal repast,
in llni Lion house, at which wore eighty
seven mmi, women and children, all near
relations or connection of hi family.
His private lecretary read an address,
which closed with tho wish: ".May you
live till tho rulers of every nation on earth
shall acknowledge tho wisdom of (iod in
your iiiluilnlstratioii, seek unti you for
counrel, and recognize you, a you truly
are, mo iriuNU oi tiod and man ! '
- Very wide braid or velvet U mm.l f.,r
binding street emtumes.
Hound bats of white muslin are much
worn by ladles for country wear.
-Linen collars are worn souaro instead
of pointed back and front.
Very handsome toUctten urn of LW.lt
Chliiucnpo overdresses, elaborately cm-
w.wmurt,,, lmu v,,,,, 0Vljr ,4 Wkcl .llk wlUl
mail rullles. A slooMdeia jueket ofcn po
is worn over a black slllovnltt with lung
A new style of chandelier cosls'.s ,ol a
doblo sol of globes, tho upper onus being
over tho gas tubes, while another one Is
suspended underneath llllod with gold llh
and small fish of cvory description.
Tho very latest idea in the tnshlon-
ablo world la tho "Moonlight German"
full dress, no lights, windows wido open,
illvory moon-light streaming in in llcjds
delicious wnltzci enchanting Iho air and
flirting perfectly unembarrassed.
1112 IS INrKltVlKWKD AT I.OSfl llllANt'll, IIV
A IIKIIAI.il IlKl'OltTKIt WHAT II K
THINKS 01' (.'HASH AMI HANCOCK AS
l'llKSIDKNTIAI. CANIIIIIATKS MT. HO
MINGO. IBttraef Jiom a lien M letter oj the iltt.
"V'allandlcham's fuiiernl to-morrow,
Mr. President, will bo largely attended V
'I linvo no iloutil. lie was an alilu
though inlstaken man, and had many
"Among them the chief justice, I por
eclvo." ,'Olt. jv-s, you alluded to
CIIAhK's I.KTTF.lt TO VAt.I.AN'IIItlllAM.
I read that. Yes, Chase was friendly to-,
"And friendly toward Iho ddtnocracy ?"
"Of course. Kvcr since lhoNew-ork
convention ho lias been yearning fur a
nresiilential nomination. Ho is bidding
lor H now."
"I saw Senator .Snragtto n few days
since. Ho Boomed to think thallho chief
justice would not accept a t.oaiinaticn by
ettlicr party. Aiinougu nu saiu no was
not in tlie councils oi tits iaiii-in-iaw i
sttpposo ho is able to make u good guess.''
l'rcsmcnt urani smiieu mi saiu, " i tint
doesn't matter. Chase wants n nomina
tion for tho presidency."
"The tact ot Uiiaso being in lite Held
WILL NOT AID HANCOCK
much, will it, Mr. President?"
Tlie president smiled again anil ins eyes
twinkled, but ho mado no reply.
"ion were mine decided about Micr-
man, sir, and you wcro correct. Now, do
you tlilnK llnncoctc will bo a candidate "
"Hancock t u course nc win. nan-
cock Is dying for a nomination I"
1 watted patiently to near wiial more
tlie president luui to say respecting gen.
oral Hancock, but he said nothing more
Ho looked, however, us if tlie subject of
Hancock's candidature was settled for
llcfore the nuestioti o( candidata for the
presidential raco comes up properly bo'oro
tho people, .Mr. President. I suppmo the
final ratification of
Till: WASH I NO I ON TKKATV
will bo announced'1"
"Certainly. I expect every day to hear
that the KnglUh government have formal
ly rattilled the treaty.'
"There will be, then, 1 suppose, no ques
tion of foreign policy remaining unsettled.
You will do nothing now in reference to
til. Domingo r
"J don't know about St. Domingo.
"When I suggested tho propriety of annex
ing that islat.tl, for tho reasons hilly stated
in my message to congress, I believed that
tho pcoplo desired a foothold in tho West
Indies, and I acted accordingly. It was
always my deslro to carry out tho wishes
of tho people. I will now await the ex
pression ot public opinion on
Til K ST. POMlNCKiqiJKSTtON.
It remains for tho people to say whether
any further steps rliull bu taken toward
A PUZZLE KOIUTIIK SCIENTIESTS.
l'HKNOMIINON IN Till! MOIlltIS ANII KSSKX
CANAL Til K WATKIt lMSAl'I'KAUINO INTO
i in: uowin.s ov tiii: kauth a canal
1IOAT I.KKT II 1(111 AND DIIV A SUIITKIt
Fivm the .Vcir. York Snn
The citizens of llroadwav. Warren
county, Now Jersey, and tho residents of
the neighboring townships have been
greatly excited ovor a curious phenome
non. On .Monday morn int.'. about 10
o'clock, as a s itial boat from J'hlllipsburg
was passing ovor the sevon-tni'o level, be
tween Now Villaee and llroadwav. tho
driver heard an tinstial, rumbling noiso,
iiko tnui oi muuieu tnunuer, and looking
abend hu saw in the cuna), about u hun
dred yards loyond, the water seething and
boiling lino a wutripooi. M liougli strickun
Willi I ear, no criHseii in ninety the Iangor
ous eddy, but bad not gonu ninny yurJs
w on lie was Hurtled ny nu u.iiiil noisn,
mid turning, dWcovorod that tbu bcttoiuof
tho en mil bad given way, and in u short
time ids boat was on dry land. Tho wa
ter in the canal for u dl-tanco of a iiiIIh and
a half had in u wonderfully short time
disappeared lu a cavity, of which the di
momdnns ot the opening wero 10 by SO
Careful investigations worn mado ol tho
t'oigliboriiig slnatns and tlie surrounding
country, but no outlet lor the water was
Above the canal in a wood, three apor-
uires wero niauc, averaging in illanieter 'JO
by feet. In these holes or cavities rocks
Htid tree woio swallowed up. The topi of
tho tries wero visible to the oyc. Fissures
wetu made on tint surface below tho canal.
to the t'Atont of hundreds of yards.
Laborers h'tvo boon constantly one:ae:cd
filllntr up tho hole in the canal, but as vet
have Hindu no apparant progress. One
hundred bundled of corn stalks, together
wiin tlie brandies or tree, .veru thrown
Into tlie cavity, and disappeared Immcdi-
atilv from jit.
Tho eaiisj of this tihonomuiion is ti nivs-
tory, which only nu Agasls can attempt
toixpliiiu. .Soiiu think that there is a
cave in tliu hill, and that this immenso
volume of wator has been deposited thoro
by a breakage in tliu uunor laver of earth
fcurinoiititihg thu cavo. Others aro of tho
opinion that this being a limestone region,
a xpniiiiincous combustion oi tlie lime lias
been going on for yvars nnl a vaeuuuror
cavity ncccfsarily priHluced, into which
thoo waters liavo been prooipitatod.
Which of those opinions is tho correct ono
will bo mado manifest bv future dovolop
nieiits. Thu loys to tho'Morris and Kssax
canal company by this accident is cal.-u-luted
to bo about $10,000.
hKTTUNO THK "NKW NOltTHWKST."
Tho claim mado by the promotors of the
Northern l'aeille railroad, ns to tho oxcel
lent character of the country traversed by
that thoroughfare, seems to bo verified by
tho fact that ti'tllors aro moovlng to tho
lino of tho road in .Minnesota and custom
Dakota lit unprecedented ntiuibors, A
Into ntttnborof thu St. I'atil l'ioiiw say.
"Tho roads leading to tho Ked rivur val
ley tiro literally covered with emigrant
wagons with their usual accompaniments
of families, furniture, and stock of all
l.tiuls.' Tho wagon roads from Sauk Con
tru to St. I'etor show daily accessions to
thu vast caravan wending its wuy to the
fertile regions of northern M'iiineota.
Tho oxtent of tho great incoming lidu of
iiumaniiy can bu best estimated on mo
main road between Alexandria and
l'ouiiuo do Torre. Two hundred wagons
pur day pass ovor this portion of the route
northwest, and camp-fires aro seldom al
lowed to go out a fresh train of emigrant
iirnves aiiiiosi us soon n3 ts tireilecoskor
has retimed its lnureh. A notieablu fou
nt ro or tills year's oinigruttuii is Its miulltv
tho WllL'Olii comn tniulc.il will, l..,,...i...i".i
goods and farming iinploiucnts, and are
lollowed by herds of cattlo and other stock
which In quality would do credit to any
DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 1871.
CLEMENT L VALLANDIGHAM.
I'.oni an ArtUe by tin lion. U.S. Cot tnthe A
...".!.. s'alesman, and orator
Mr. allandlghani is well known. It Is
tint so well known that ho has nover failed
to citltiviilo tho classics of his youth. Ho
was ono of tho vory few who had pursued
a critical and carofttl scholarly lire amidst
tho auxictios, bulfutings, nnd noiso of pub
lic and professional occupation. Virgil
and Homer wcro as famljlnr to liltn as
Udrku nnd Webster. Ills speeches show
much of the labor limn: Ho wrote.
patched, pasted, and proved ovor nnd ovor
again his must olabornto speeches ; but ho
was equally at homo in Impromptu orato
ry. His great speech, as it is called, on so
cession, was altogether tho most carefully
prepared speech mado during tho war.
Hut his spcecli on tho conscription bill,
which was a masterly cfl'ort, was the
fire from a mitrailleuse, oif-hand.
It was my privilege to hear him speak
the speech at Mt. Vernon, Ohio, for which
.Mr. Lincoln sent him Into exile south. I
wa the witness before Gon. Ilurnsido's
judicious and judicial court-martial, and
i .i... .i... i. t ii ii. ...
icsuucu won uiu riieeuu ui itiiHiiuigiimu,
as reported by tlie rrovost, in respect
to the conscription bill Its trans
lation from tho French law.
etc. was not made by him. It was my own
speech, spoken from tho sattto stand. I
never understood tiial conviction Tor thoso
words spoken by another. Tho court, in
compliment to myself, formally accepted
my statement as absolute vortty, anil yet
Dillerinir from him In many wavs. I still
maintained tho right of frcospoech, In our
native slate, when tho courts woro opon
and where thoro was no war flagrant. It
.. .! . l.l-l. , .
wit' mis suiimncni which iou ino oinqucnt
Goo. 1). l'tigli, ex.-sonator of Ohio, to take
upon limsclftho nomination for lieutenant-governor.
Ho did It to vindicato
principal against forco. "Order No. 23,"
wiiieit mo uemocraoy spat upon, was to us
the most odious, nnd Is yet to mo tho most
eotitctnptlblo exercise of military in so-
leticu Known to History, i uo not except
any past war legislation.
Mr. Vallandigham failed In his cnndl
dacy for tho governorship. There was a
fearful timidity in llio public mind. It
was almost cowardly nnd contemptible.
It would not even lio.ir tho champion of
half tho people of a gallant state.
What gives to Mr. Vallandlgham's
death peculiarly present interest is tho
now departure, which h engineered with
to much skill nnd audacity. Coming
from him, it was n momentous movement.
Coming from judge l'annoy, nr senator
Thtirman, or somo other Ohio loaders of
Democrntic opinion, it would hav.i been of
liltlu notoriety, tnougii poriiaps moro ef
fectual. His death gives rise to many
conjectures as to the fate of tho "depart
ure.' in my luugtnoni it in nireaiiy ac
complished. hat will be its cflect on
tho durable relations of parties from this
time until mo tan oi toi i, i no not pre
tend to propnesv : nut it is sunt tiial Its
most earnest andltfrum his peculiar stand-
lointl mo-t ellecttvu apostle lins been lust
y tlie untimely demiio of Mr. Valland!"
It would bo most eratcful if I could cod
this chapter by somo ajit words touching
the social, genial, and personal qualities of
On Friday moTnin", continc out of mv
Homo in tuts cilv. tho carrier iravo mo n
letter. It was from Mr. Vnlfandltrhnm.
I had written him a few days beforo a tow
words: "Wiial next r relcrring to his
advance in tho political pathf His letter
"Dear S : Tho dry bones aro rat
tling. 'J. D.' is hard to shako up; but ho
will bo shaken. Our friends (minting cer
tain newspaper gentlemen) Iihvo curies in
their bonis; but after nwhilo they, too,
will rattle. Tho movement will succeed.
I am In tho McGchan case, and all full of
iiturtlcr just now.
Heading this hilarious, happy letter,
met my tnctul Dr. I liomas, wlio
the news of tho fatal pistol I
tiik "nop and mokamty'' chicles or st.
t.ot'is hTiitnni) ui- a a at: at charge
AOAINMT A l'KOMINKNT MAN.
During tho past waok tho name of Logaa
I). D.iiiiarin. a vory wealthy citizen nnd
prominent mumbur of tho southern Meth
odist Church, and President of the South
western l'ltblishtng House, connected with
that church hai boon coupled with a seri
ous scandal in connection witlt n young
girl named Kmily Jlobinson, who served
at n tair.-o in ins lamliy. To-day Jtis.
Catherine l'oo Hobltuon, mother of tho
girl, filed u petition in tho Circuit Coutt
charging Mr. Oainiiriti with forcibly do
handling her daughter and procuring an
abortion on her, from the elects of which
she died ten davs ne;o. Thecharees seem
to be mainly batd upon a statcmunt mado
by r.tniiy on tier Ueatlt-bed to her mother.
a mlnbtur of the gospel, and ono or two
others, a brief account of which was pub
Iti....i l...... e. i... .
nam-., uuiu iiiiiu iiiai. tray ueiuru yes
terday Mr. Damarin tendered his resigna
tion to tho trustees of tho Publishing Com
pany, in consequence of tho report es in cir
culation about him, which was acr 'ntcd.
l lie trustees, However, adopted a rcsoluttoi.
endorsing Mr. Damarin as nn upright,
honorablo man, and discrediting: entire v
tho repots with which his namo was con
nected. Mrs, Koblnson claims $K0.0t0
uamages. j'.miiy was a member or Trin
ity Episcopal Church of tliiscity. Her fa
ther was a successful suerar broker In Now
Orleans beforo the war, but died horo three
yours ago in straightcnod circumstances.
.Mrs, Kobinson claims to boa sister of Mr.
Dollow, of Dellow's Itevltw, nd cousin to
Kdgn A. l'oo, tho poet.
C0NSC1 ENT K-.STU1CK EN.
Uf.MAllKAlILK 8T011V OK A HKLV-CONFESSKI)
Front tht CAieri'M Tnuf , Jant i3.
Shortly beforo 0 o'clock last evening, as
Ol!lccrMcGovorn,of tho first precinct, was
walking his beat on H indolpli ttrcot, h
was approached by a woll-dnsed young
man, a strangar, who quietly naiJ;
" Policeman, I want you to tako mo nnd
lock me up,"
Thu olllcer smilingly replied, "Well,
sir, you are dlllcrcut Iroiu the most of peo
ple, Generally, we are not requested to
arrest peopto by tno parlies tliemsolvcs.
What do you want to hu arrottod for?"
" Jiccattsu I nut a murderer!1' was tho
Olllcer McGovcrn stopped back and
lo iked at the stranger in astonishment.
' What did you say, sir'"'
Tho "tranger repeated the tentenco:
II. viiii. u I am a murderer." He had been
li-.aiblcil Willi the bitter itnguUh of a
gn.lty conscience long enough, and ho now
fin-rendered himself for a murder com
mitted lu Texas. If thu policeman would
lock him up, he would relato the circum
staticei'. Otlicer McGovcn took hold of
thu man and led him to tho armory, where
lie was locked up in ono of thu strongest
cells, and this, in substance, tho story that
he then told :
His namu was C. G. Jacobs. Something
mora than eight months ago hu left his
mother's linitsu near Lconda, St. Joseph's
county, Mich., for Texan, whero hu ontercd
into the cattlo trade. On his way down
tho rivor ho loft his wife, a handsome
yotiung woman, at St. Louis. Ho eottlod
on a rancho near llryan, Texas, where ho
been mo enamored of a young Mexican
woman whoso name was Miranda Ignatlo.
Forgetting his lovu forhla young wife and
their littlu child, tho prisoner bocatno so
Infatuated with this Moxlcat. bnauty that
hu could not bear hor to speak to anyone.
Among tier othor acqiiltitaneos, howovor,
was u won.Uhy stocV-ralser, named Wcath-
orsby. Ono evening .Jacob) nnd Mr.
Wcathorsby mot nt Miranda's house, nnd
n fow motnonts later thoy wore engaged
in a deadly quarrel nbotit tho wicked wo
man. She beard their threatening words,
but did not try to Interfere; sho only urged
them on tho moro, seemingly dolormlued
to have ono or tho olhor fall for her sake.
A moment later nnd thoir revolvers worn
drawn and nlmcd nt each othor. Sovcral
shots wcro exchanged without clTeet, until
finally Jacobs, In sclf-dofonco. was com
polloJ to shoot his nntagonlst dead. This
was on tho 2d of last May.
Tho depd created tho greatost excite
mont in that part of tho country. "Wclli
crsby was a man well known nnd unlvor
sally O'toemcd. whllo Jacobs was compar
atively it stranger nnd, worso still, n north
ern man. Thodlrost vengonnco was call
ed for. but .Inrn1ia lm.1 I .1...
country nnd could not bo found. A rc-
... .. ..1 ..r o nrn ..... -n 1 - .
i-iu i.jjM wub imoreu tor tits arrest,
but nono woro ablo to learn of his wherca-
linttltf ifn 1ir.fi itnnn tr. M..... II.) ...
uuu.a. -.u ...... ,u ...1., .riuillis, nilU
thoro taking n steamboat had ascended tho
Mtj.l.tllin! river (11 f'.ilr.i nn.l ll.nn l.-.l
taken passago to this city.
Kvor sinco tho committal of tho terri
blo deed his conscicnco has troubled him
so much that ho had finally to surrender.
Ho claimed to be n nephew of .Mr. K.
.Iiipnlia n Mttitn itrnot liiiurii.lipoL-nr nn1 1m
snys also that his motlicr is very wealthy.
1 1 1. .1 1 nn 1.1 I. . 1 , r
nu is iiooui .u veara uiu, m very goou-iooK-
Ing, nnd Is of about tho medium slo. Ho
will lift dotnlnnil In nwlrulv nnltl llmlrulli
or falsity of his story can bo ascertained
A OHEAT WORK.
THK WATKItH OF LAKK MR'IIIIIA.V TO KI.OW
WITH TIIOSK OK THK HULK OP MKXII.'O.
Ciiicaoo, J uno 22. Thouroat work, un-
dcrtakon by tho city of Chicago somo three
yoirs s'nee, of deepening tho summit level
of tho Illinois and Michigan canal, so that
the waters of Lako Michigan might find
an outlet to tho Illinois and thence to tho
Mississippi and tbajGiilf, of is nearly com
pleted, and ho i.e waters of tho Lako
will socn displaco tho foul contents of tho
Chicaco Klvcr. Te-dav nt 11:30 o'clock.
tho workmen commenced removing the
niatstvo stono blocks which tan the walls
of tho lock at lirldenort. nnd on Suturdnv
nigui, mo zsiu, mo wntcr win bourawnoti
mo canal. Dams will bo put in above, nnd
bolow tho lock, and tho north sido of the
slrticturo will bo entirely tomoved, nnd tliu
chnnncl widened to about forty feet.
"Wlillo this is being done, the lock and thu
lower end of tho level will also bo remov
ed, and all obstruction, to U'lviealinn taken
out. Tho constructors aro very eungulno
in tho belli f that this work will bo com
pleted and navigation resumed on the Lako
iovoi ny tno 4in, or duly.
LIVING WKI.L A
From Amilolnn.' Joiirn it.
"Wo copied In n recent number of the
Journal nn account eiven bv tho poet
iirynnt oi tno mode ot lilo wiiieii lie bad
pursued lor my years, anil to wnicli tuny
fairly bo nttributed his remarkable health
oi mind and body nt a very advanced nee
a ucorgian, who proiusses to bo years
of ago and a carpenter by trade, has been
moved by Mr. Hryant's "letter to give his
own method of preserving health, which
is somewhat ditlcrcnt from that of tho
poet. Ho says:
" I got up about tlvo in the morning,
drink about six or eight drinks of good,
solid corn whisky by about eight o'clock.
By that titno I bavo lacked oil' and dressed
about 11 vo hundred feet of plank, moro or
less, then tako breakfast.
"My breakfast is ccncrally a smothered
chicken nnd stowed catfish or two or three
l.finl. a . r, ft! t ... na t.u.t - , ! -rl ftV,o,1 ut(l
beefsteak and ham and fried eggs, with two
or throo dozen boiled eggs, fifteen or
twenty batter cakes, with a littlo cotl'eo or
tea say about six or eight cups lust us I
feclaboulthonumbcrofcups. I then joint)
tonguo anu groovo tno plant about ono
o'clock I am ready for putting up or
down, at which time 1 dine.
"My dinner is not alway the same; but
Kcncrally I tako about three or fotirouart
of turtlo or pen soup, n small baked pig or
a roasted goose, sometimes a quarter of a
lamb or kid, green, beans, peas, onions,
eschalots, potatoes, cabbage, and othor like
vegetables, by which timo I liavo drunk
about 11 flee n or twenty drinks of old, solid
orn whiskey. After dinner I put up or
down my plank, as tho caso may be; take a
low urinks during tno time, ray about
twolvo or fourteen.
"I then take tho last meal, which is gen
erally called tea;don't uso any meat; drink
about six quarts of good buttermilk, with
about ono and a half or two pounds i f
light bread; take about four drinks lu
hold It steady, lay down about eight, and
rost better than if I had crowded my
stomueh. I then rett well, dream pleasant
dreams, and rise early again.
"This lias been my modo of living
through life. I am stout and active ;
weigh from two hundred an sixty to two
hundred and sovonty-llvo pounds; health
fine. -My head Is as black in n gander's
back. I am not vory extravagant in using
tobacco ; only uso about two or threo plugs
a day, say ono and a half pounds; atuoko
soms nnd chew tho balanco not that I like
tlie weed; uso it only to keep my flesh
Tho cable announces that GccrgoGrote,
tlie historian, died Sunday, at the ago of
soventy-seven. uiucrman decent, ho was
born in Kugland, in 1791. His grand
father and father wero hankers, and at tho
ago of sixteen young Grote entered tho
lamtiy bank, no gavo ins icisuro hour,
howover, to lilorattiro and In 1822 ho com
menced his celebrated "History of Greeeo,"
which ho finished in 1850. Ho was a lib
eral in politics, and in favor of parlitner
tary reform. Threo succcssivo torms, from
1832to 1841, ho roprosentod tho city of Lon
don in parliament. As a political econo
mist, ho was educated in thu school of Mr.
James Mill. As a philosopher, ho was
intluenccd by Comio. lie was a bold and
Iii Homo tliero aro eight American
ladies who aro sculptors by profession.
A good tonic for debilitated young la
diesiron. A hotter tonic ironing,
Mrs. Senator Amen is at Lowell prepar
ing nn elegant wardrobe for Qon. Butlor's
A Chicago bishop waited two hours (or
a brido who had been disappointed in hr
A swooning woman can't bo handled,
You may hold an ool u pickpocket, a plc
klu or a politician; but a woman, nohow.
Tako a sample home and try.
A woman s temper may bo told by her
liandwriting,and her good tasto and breed
ing bo easily ascertained by tho kind cf
perfume the uses.
to?" An old man named Duck, suys tho
Krio (Penn.) Jlejutblican, for years a resi
dent of Kat Conncattt, Ohio 'died a few
days ago. After rearing his house and
furnishing It with tho comforts for which
tho heart of man longoth, 1io proceeded to
crcato from his own rib and porjon a wo
man, by allowing his hair to grow long
and the purchase of a complcto wardrobe
of fomalo apparel, and from thut timo for
ward, when "at home," hu designated him
self as Miss lluek. and never appeared in
another character, unless somo ono called,
as was sometimes the caso, and naked for
.Mister iiuck. This man had a groat var
iety of co:tly dresses such an aro worn by
females, as woll as clothing worn by tho
0. W. DUNINO, M.J).
pESIIKNOK-torner Ninth and Wtlnut nil,
Xv Oitlco coiner blitli mrocl mid utito leree.
ultice liaurs from u ,in. to li ni,, ami u p.m.
W. II, Motllllfi, II, II. OANHKK
NUry Public, No. I'uli. iiikI I'. H. dun.
FIUK, HUM,, CAUUO, LIVK STOCK,
NOItTII AMKItICA, PA.,
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!.- 1,71, US si:
INlKltNATlONAL, N. V.,
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(' I. K V K I. A N 1), C I. K V K I. A N D,
AMKItlCAN rK.NTItAI, MO,
Ai t Ml.liil UI
CONNKCTICUT MUIDaI. LIIK,
Assets mti io ui
TKAVKLKIlV, IIAIH lllllll. I.II'K AMI
HAII.WAY fAHitKNIIKIIN' ANUItAN(;K
A"t. .Vll,Kil I
IN II K I'E M 11 KN T, llO.TON,
Jts(iln Kii,ii i.i
SAKFOKD, MOKHIS & UANDKK,
71 Sllilo I.pi-r.
City Natiniml Hank, I'Alltl), II. I..
FIRE AND .MARINE
5 1 AUAKA, N. Y.,
A"""!" v ..l,4IO,ilU V.
UKIIMANIA, N. V.,
A-'lt I.'.J'.TJI 7S
IIANOVKII, N. V.,
As.f t- ie,i,l nt
UKITltt.lO, N. V.,
ABbl 711 'tl'i !
Cu'iiiri'iii)! tin-1 Jii.l. t u rtlf r-' Agfory.
VONKKKX, N. V.,
Aft S7S,i-,l If,
Ai-t r.i.i'j i -n
FIKKMKNV I'lINII, ). v.,
AhucIk I,7f,ll HI
hKOUKITV, S. V. MAKINK,
A h- (. ijlU.M'i )
C'TOKK, I)i IIoil'.. Fmnltiiri-. Hull, nnd Car
VJ-llur; iiiaurnl Rt rHten in LhhikLIo numl
perninnrtii Kwurllv 4111 xiirriihl.
I r"KH ttiiy Hi,k of the eil.cciK of dnro, i
flute nt thi-ir I'liiriiii'ire.
4'. . siruuiiH,
If Dtlii'i'-iit Kirt Niillr.iml Hint
IMMIIIIIAXT Til Hlr.S.
I,lverxil, Nfw-Vorl; anil I'lnl i li l.tiu
t'Miin contiiii t nun t-Mini ftiim ami mmm
Vat CirrylliK tho Malls.
FOll l'ASSAUK TIUKKTS
OH rillTllfU 1MIIUIATII
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALK, Aiit.,
1 U llrnn-lwiiy, New Vork, nr to
II . II o II p I ,
210 Wa'lilnKton Attnur, 1,'airo, Iinnol-
FOH SALK, ) KiirHulo i KOK HALK,
FOlt SALK. J tvHaielFOlt HALK.
Faro from Livvntpooi,
Fare from LoNDONiiKititv,
Faro from Glasgow,
Faro from Qukknstown
TO CAIKO : : $18.20
Hullor.l, Morris A Ciindet', Agi nln.
1'AllKKK & 11LAKK,
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, OILS,
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTY,
WALL PAPKK.WINDOWSH AUKS
UO OHIO LKVKK,
OitDINANCE NO. 111.
An Ordinance authorising stay of eieculluri In
He it ordained hy tlio City Council of the city of
c'r0' . . ... .
Hactiox 1. That It shall he the duly of the Police
MMlVlratVs of the city of Cairo whenever tlie
Stf Attorney of said city war so dliecl to allow
a "Ly of execution for any lime iiotoxcccdipx
fortyelglit houre lu faror of auy person who
may have been found gulltr of a vlolattou of any
ordinance of falJoUy, ami the Ulty Mtptavj may
U I roc t suoh stay whenever lie may think tho In
terest or thectvy requires such stay orexecntlon.
Provided, any ueraon In whose favor alay of exe
cution I had who shall be found within the limit
of the oily of Cairo after the time of such stay of
execution baa elapsed shall be dealt with at If no
uch'sUy of exeolition had been (ranted.
Approved June Kxd. 1171.
Attest, JOIINM. LAN3I3EN, Mayor.
M, J, llownv,Oity Clerk. JtiWtoi
MI T. I.VHIIUAKCi:.
A ih'H Hid li'ivi'l sv-li'ln ol I, ilu In .in inn'. 1 1,
i I'hllv liitroiliii fil bv Hi"
MISSOURI MUTUAL LIFE
v- OI' NT. I.OUIH.
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l'y linl i-r ri'i'i lvi'" nn mi' mil Inli'li "' ol
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r,illw ....,-.... i... ,. ..: ....i .
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ami skillful lnntln iiiHlii'1 in- Hi Hi" rili'l I lii.lt--..
ll u;- mil jl'l IH 1 11 II," Hll jl.'l i i inn nurii ih
1 1 ii-n t loll Iii iiny ri''n lnl.l" ,n n( i
Ollii'o id tin. 0"ininny,
NOKTIIWlT t'OltNKIl lOtlliTII ANIl Ol.l V K,
ST. LOUIS, .MO,
AKTHWIl II. I1AUUKTT, Prishlim
IIi:nj. Williams, Sttrttnry.
IMriSSOTJ-rPlI MtlTTTA X.
Itiii l, hlvli in Hu- lift nl nun. I, tlilill) Wc-li-ii
l.lfi. Olllli!!llil .
ll linHini'riiill-l i',,lJ.
ll li.iHii-.i't- in, iii tli.in iiiiiikIi In. ii r I
Inilillllli'. In n.lilltlii , in II," . I il
II li.i iiiu linii'lii' l Hi n.:inl 'I'.IIhii. il'i.n..l" i
willi tli.-Hliiii'fir i.-iiiiii i fi i4'r'tii-il -iiir
mil l- t.i it. 'li't Iml li r..
It lineiiiiiiiiii'i fiilly m illi tin1 ii"f l.iH'nl I in
llit", Mlilcll liri-illt.. nr i''irlln hl,. iitnlc ri.d I
ly Mifniril tlinn iliii'vitf Kn-ti'iu rtiil.
It iiivt-i II-fiiii.l'. In ili W.-t iniiii,' tin-l'-ii'l('
friiiu m Iiiiiii llii-y :iri rriM'iifii.
Il iii.tiiiiii'iin nl i vijiumii", l.illliil nml -ri
It iiiiiiiiaI iir'Oiiii' fiiuii tin nitrri'.t nlii'i
nlrimly tnuri-1 1, ft it iill,i'ii nl tu ny It. 1. -.- .
It ii.iii' iiolii'Irii ii.oii the iirdiii.i llf" Miid iii
iliiMini'iit I'lmm, ut tin- uninc mt" :i- i.ttn-r III. I.
Tlit pulii'y lioiili ri ic'i'ii" nil tin- iinfii n n
Tin- Iih.-I hol'li r' run iivimw ii. I) ten
n nl. at liiti-rrxt ontlii'lr uipitnl, bv III" ti'ini' l
1 liiiiiiiniinl iliiiiN-ri'la to K,lli'y hi.l.l". ! I
ri.i'ly Kicatfr tlinn iiiiny old Kut-rii OiiihnI'
Ii.ivi. -iit U'-iihI.I to pay.
Tln-hlntii ol lllinolx pitnl li.l )i'i almill fa.iit
ti.lllloiiilullirnlor I.lf" liinimnc".
Why "lid o much inoin r nut nl tl !ll
uvrny In Ni Vork hu I N" KnKlaud (or an mli'yli
thut may l" prixliiird Jiut an cli".i, (ormolu o
WOO l A I.II1V,
tlirt'iUnll Aueiil lit 'lro.
'0.1II.HMO. AM I OUH AUIIIMJ
UI.OSK A: VINf'KXT,
(i ION ERA L COM M ISSION
CKUKNT, l'l.ATi:it l'Alilfl,
I' LAST H It UK'S II A I It,
Ciirnrr :IkIiIIi Slri-rl unit Ohio l.etre,
OA I HO, ILL.
.MIL I. Kit I'AllKKIt,
CJ KN Kit A L COM MISSION
l'OKW'A KOI NO .M KKUHANT.S,
A Ml ,
i)i:.i.i:it.s in KLont, t'ou.v,
Oats, Hay, etc.
r.s tiiiiii LKVKi:rCAllto, ILLS
(Xn.T,..iir to I'.'iil.rr ft 1'lnili.,)
CJ EN ERA L COM-M ISSION
FOKWA HDING .M KltUHANT,
DKALKlt IN HAY.COltN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TKNTll-ST. anii OHIO LKVKK,
J. 31. PHILLIPS & CO.,
iii'1'oynors to I! ll. llcrnlricka A Co.,)
Forwarding and Com mission
W II A ltF-ItOAT PltOPItl KTQltS,
tfK3rSa.l'iu'rri1 Adianeei mndo ilions5V
Aro irc-f,irol to rereiip, itnn rind forwarJ
ln'iljIitH to all Kiintani buy nud
Hfll Oil I'OTlllllli.liion, '
"IIiihiiii'iii iitiriiilcd In promptly.
(HurrcuHor ol Ayrrt A Co.)
General Comniission Merchant
133 OHIO LKVKK,
t'O A I. ANU HOOl.
V. 31. WAltD,
WOOD AND COAL
FN. WAKD is prepared to ilellvnr the best i
, 1'iro Wood nud ntono Conl 4
IN ANY I'AKT OK TIIK CITV,
And in i(Miiniillly ilpciri'd, nu short notice.
Vl A 1 lll'l nfl'lll'M si r.n