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om; Bat eSaysssraimjf daily InfSwafAen. lit
a HanaaMaVjMATIMl .' Hawaii, lei fmrlt pal
pnktn on all MtaJaAtl fawwf A. aaalM ,
mm a inrgt aval IjafraaatAa rtrrwIafwHt, Ami -r.n
eentfts fftl jrsfesssp! o? oiMi.,,,' raatA 1 aad
1 afai . I'i'Hi Mtafat 1 vm a
THI DOLLAR WltKll RULLRTIN,
I oka II. Obwll Oo nave rein I lha ui
m rlflllOO iriee ol tlie Wfi-kly Calftl Itilltelili lii
Onr laWler jaw aaawet, making it the phi -ipe-l yn
f.er 1 "i 1 11 lit ! m Southern lllisoia.
THI trt tile Rook Gazette i in lavot
ofUen. 1 1 Hiioyt V. fur president.
TaiCohinibia (Tenn.) Herald oalli
Tooubs the " Georgia Blusterer. "
"OtfE MoJlOHW (IIhI D0U0 iinkiliL1
ffoveruor elect. "is the manner in wliicli
thf TeBoessee barer ili-li up Governor
Qbx. Nov B4, republican oandiilate
fur governor ofOhia, served anappren
ticeship offlnit yean and n lialf al tin
MtiHtiAN, nf thf Shawneetown (Sax
tUe, declares that JotT Davis i- n robol
and a lid' losuranee agent, The double
epithet sfionld crash him. It i- bad
enough tn be n n il I, I. ut think "I it 1
be snltls to tbis crime tin- groatei
erima nf being n lite inauranco agent '
Shameless man I
The constitution of the state il Non
Hampabire contains section making
no man catbolies ineligible to office
Among tin? democratic members nf tin
legislature are five members ( the oath
olio ehorch, ami tbe radicals are Hcck
ing tu nut them (torn tbelt aeata.
Bimom Cahbbor la named as a can
did ate for vloe president on tbe (Irani
ticket next year. A political organisa
tion hit bcou formed Baltimore for
tbe panose of advocating bis claims tn
tbe Domination, Both Qranl ami Cam
uron take whatever tin can reach ami
would therefore make exemplary ratlL
An article beaded "New Notice- ol
'Dickens" is going tbe rounds nf tbe
pre-- and opens thui "A young la
iy, aii artibt, aha bad opfortunity for
aoing Diokens twenty yean ago, when
tin'' novelist wsh thirty year- old, bu
'copied her reminiscences iron her
diary," etc. Tbis young lady i of an
"WILL wonders never eea-e ' ex
el. inu tbe Columbia (TBD.) Herald
" Alexander II. Stephens, unt MtiaBod
' with rivaling Foote in nuking bimwll
' rUleulous by rushing into print on all
'ocessions, ha capped the climax of
'lolly and is now the editor of thc At
' lanta Am t If Mr. Ste,hens is look-
1 log the tuaiaat ami quickest means ol
playing OUt, we think he has hit it.'
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The l'aducuh Herald ohuckeli over
Mr JelTersoii 1 a i asaertion that he
bk U-eu grossly inisr. j.n scnk d by tbe
northern reporters who took hi- Speech
at AtUutii. He did not, the y. ,,,
says, counsel resistance to the umerid-mei.u-,
and is willing to looepf them
until the north bus returned to 11 sense
of justice. f t. ,,, h )lt)m
over tbe btforUtttUaa that Davis did m't
make a fool .,( himself, as reported, w hy
did it defend the t.Ult BtteranoM
bieb tbe reporters put im,, r i, ivi
wouthT Is the llvnMm uietu u Mm
lower of lay man, that it will bdorse
any foolish utterances he may be re
ported to have indulged in V
Tin: Oommcrci Hlo D!patch tA
vises tbe ptOplfl if Thebes and Dantl
Pt pruclncl in tbii county to voio foi
the Cairo nnd Vitioinuoa reilron-J on
in x! Monday By doin so, the Pi'a.
- bclioVOU, the people of the: pre
cincts uill bt furthering their own in
.1 ii 1 . t hir theory i l," add tin Dit
pateht ' that tbe VinCOBBUI road will
Tfetttally cross the river on tin Cratid
'Chain; and. if we nre correct, it would
tie a become an important Improvement
lo :.ll portions ol tbe county. They
'argue, and probably correctly, that it
is only !riiii(' the money to Burnside,
'SO that he Bill be able sell his road to
'Other iarlies to better advan agffi Hut
'then tin y should n licet that Burn.
-i'lc cm throw around thc road cm
'barrni mi nts that can prevuni it:' early
'completion." Sensible Dttjpmteh.
TltB Oarbondale New Km is earn
estly advocating the claims of Mr. J DO,
A. Logtn 'or the presidency. "To
day," shouta the Vent Km, ''he is ber
'alded as the people's favorite in thc
'coming straggle." We cannot partic
ipate in the ecstacies of thc AYic Sea,
Imt eannol deny that Mr. bogna troura
lie a decided improvemenl upon the
present incumbent of tbe white bouse.
lie would not. a- president, startle tbe
world with any manifestations of peat
ibility, but the savor of democracy yet
lingering in bis political constitution
would make him f ir less objectionable
to democrats ;han thc Morton-controlled
tuvi wh not) OCCUpica the oflice of preJ
lr. Ln-'au lacks all those irrcat
tie- and nbilitics which a presi
lenl nhould possess, hut be averageain
ability, doeency and patriotiam with
the other leaden the republican
partv. Sin'-. I . aesma( a member of
tho methodbtt . -n lit l.k bus bis
heart pur.'i 1 ' . . i iv: 1 l- ?i just
as icrupulou- a- ;. it.-.-, i ri.-bt to
oxjK-ct n republican '.'..l r eaa be.
Tn l " ital objecti d w hieh the
.Y.r ioaai Intelligrnrrr has to tho allan
digham dootriuo . "thai it practicaily
'consigns the democratic party to do-
feal in all gonoral and federal elections.
- A 1 a national party thodomooracy will
' CCaSC toexit tho mOlllCnt it adopts the
1 new departure doctrine," The old in
telliyeneer may real eay, for if we
admit the tiutli of it - objection to the
new departure, we have the consolation
of knowing that wo have been defeated
in a struggle for common sense prinoi
plea nnd have not tone down In disaster
shouting worn out battle oiies and pro
testing that events that have already
transpired shall not happen that facta
which have become fixed ami stable ai
the eternal hill- -hall not be rOOOCnlied
For our pari wo want nothing more to
do with tbe Intrllimw , kind of demo
crats, We have been had by them
into the me he-ol the mo t consummate
jacks sory bavo allowed them to put
impracticable plank Into mir political
platforms have followed tbein, year
after year, during now oxoooding a de
cide, into defeat ami political odium.
And now the t i ma - ha- come when they
must I'dlow or gel out ol the party,
They h i n t iu!e nny longer, and If
they air, there foro, determined to go
into the 1 1 1 1 i lie of ruin, let them KO,
A 1'iioMiNKNT citiscu of Commorco,
Mi nlii. a little tOWtl on tbe Mississip
pi 1 Iver nearly opposite the homo of
Judge Man hildoii of our county court.
deelarod, the other day says tin
Commerce sy.o.7i that each eon
re imial ill irici IlliUUl nave nut out
. ..... 1 111 1...
Rohool, and that school t-boiild be liui
Bed to twenty scholars, ami that they
should all In' oduoated for tho uiiuistry
licit lonow win. without uount, come
ovor i" Aloxauder county next Mon
day, ami vote pgain t the Cairo and
Vino inn - railroad, Such a man is
m ither ornamental nor useful, and, nf
coin e, he abhors railroads. Unless he
has had an opportunity to steal himself
rich, he live- in a log cabin with one
loom in it ; work- hi- children on an
unfenood patch nf ground fifteen hours
a day .carries bis dfitlkiug water a mile
rather than dig a well fifteen feet deep,
goes to church every Sunday ami do
mett every preacher who omits lire and
brim tout from hi- discourse a clean
shirt he regards a- a vanity, and be
would Qog hi- children for patting on
aristocratic airs if they did not above)
their victuals into their mouths with
their knives Wo want that fellow in
Alexander county Ho la enlightened
in Comparison with some of the ant
railroad men who do the heavy dchat
iic against tin- Cairo and Vlnoennes
In a letter doolining to attend a
niOOtiUg of tile Springfield (Mo ) (jon
federate Cemetery Association, Jeffer
son Davts asserts tnat me contouerati
soldier- who died tor Rocestion, "gave
their livos to the maintaiuauci ol com
'in unity independence sud constitutional
'liberty. Thbi is 11 generality which
glitters, hut means wry little, The
doctrine nf "eommunity iudetieudi not "
is t be doctrine of state sovereignty run
to 01 d it is the doctrine of politioal
chaos. If orerv oommunltv. when ii
1 - m ?
(eels amrrtoved or anurv. nalabi a art
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its indepi iidunee, ilisinlerratiim w ould
lead the nation into ehiio,. If the com
mualty of estate has the right, at any
time it may ileet.tn declare its imlc
pan deuce of the go?onnent why
shouhJ le i tin eommunity of a county
have the right, at any lime it may
llect, t" declare il- lllcpendenco of
both the fed, ral and -tate governmaBl
Ami may mt thin loghj earrj us down
to tin right of lnunicipalilie and town
hi.- and neighborhood to ol up g t
crnments Tor tbctn-clve-. at any time
they may desire to do so? The com
munity of a slate should hive this
right, says Mr. Davis, because liberty
is Rife only in those gOVCI inncnt- which
recognlte the right of communitioa to
-eek tlu ir own happiness outside of any
government in whieh tin y believe tlu ir
rights arc insecure and their liberties
in iangufi Bul if the libo os of the
people of Rhode 1 hind or Dele
ware depend upon tbe recognition of
thil doctrine, why may not tbe liber
lies of the people of the city of New
York ft Community much more numer
ous than the community ol either the
states mentioned depend UBOfl the re
cognition of their riht to at any time
heeoine nu iudcpcndent community ?
The liberties and rights of the coiiiuiun-
ily of :i State arc surely not more SBDIWd
than the liberties of tbe community of
a city or ward or township or neighbor
hood. The doctrine of Davis is the
doctrine of an imprac 'cable enthusiast,
If it should be rOOOgniied, chaos
would come again.
I'l l! HUNT NBW&
BorslftaaRtfl DeRMstH I
lion. A 11. Btephena1 nealth is lm
proving, Ho now weighs 79 pounds b'l
Weight about six niontna ago belog only 70
The estate of Blr William Drako; val
ued at $l '2r. 000,000, ii looking for heirs in
America, and luo American Drakes
willing to assume charge of the ducats ns.
ambled in New York, Monday, to con"
suit m to getting pott ati Ion.
Mi'inarck hi" written a let.er saviru;
that all of tho ttoriel of bit health arc
purely invent'ont ; but these ttorliihaf
i ilea he an i sick unto death r id that
be wat in rohu-t condlt'on ; so the tat
h:. health Is ( ;i an open qneat'oa.
llllle nf the Ultramontane Journalt
of the continent sre revenging thomselvi
upon Gsrlbsld' by accusing him of being a
Itotnnn catholic t bent, end ol liu-
1 n n - r. 1 1 1 Imltl I to the church with
in n few montl 1.
The lots) numl er of pli Iclrnt who
paid tan t" the govemment for the year
endlns Anrll 30.h wn 40,798. Of these
there wi i rcgiilaf or allopathic 89,070,
homcsopatble I,M1 bydropa'hte ISJ;
eclectic 3,800' n'ci mlseellsn n" or not
elstalti I t.7;o
Tho whole length of all the railway!
in tic world i . 1 20.000 u Me The cost of
tic umo waftj In round numbers, ten bil
lions of dollars, Those of Oroat Britain
are the most costly, nml those ofthe t'niteil
Slates the loast so. Tbe railway lyttem of
the world la Mippoaeil to give t mploy
in r.i to ever una mil' on persont.
The following i- n li-t Of sovereigns
still living who have been doprlvod of
tlu ir throne-: Prince Oustave Wan ol
Sweden, 1800; Count do Chaniboro, Am;,
12, is.:o; DukoChsrlnsof Brunswick, Sept
17, 1830; Count do Pari-, fele 'J I, 1-1.
Dul.e Robert do Farms, 1852 1 Orand Duke
Pordinand of Tuscany, 1800; Duke Pran
olsof Modenr 1800 Pranclt II. ol Na
ph ', Peb. 1801 ; the widow ol King Otho
ofOi co, Oct. SM, 1802; Duke Adolf of
Nn -an, 1800; King Oeorge ol llsnovor,
1800 ; the doctor of Hosse, 1800; Bmprest
Charlotte of Mexico, ihi;7 ; Isabella of
Spain, 1809; Emperor atapoleon, 1870.
Kather n romerRabta ease of eombral
sfToetlon Ims ooeurred at Bomorvllle, Muss
lail niuneil Dickinson suilil uly ilisap-
poarod from iii home Two dayt after hi
returned In an oahausled oondltlon, II
state. I that ut'ier Indulging In varlout play
with other boyi, and then, with his body
heated, went into tho water to swim. Tin
next day he went to school, feeling 111, and
studied b ird. In the afternoon he went
for a walk, and renu mbers nothing more
until he found nimsotl In Manchester, N.
II Win n bit lonaoi returned be started
homeward, and walked all tbowsy. Hi
ihoet and slocking- WON Worn out. Uc
is now in a serious condition from fatigue
and lever. Tbe danger of bathing when
heated should induce rjretlt CllUlioll.
pinliere.1 in hum our Bsthanes.
A lady in this city tayt the latest thing
OUt is her husband.
Motto for rejected Duitor be woo 1
and she Wouldn't' be coOi I nnd she
A Pennsylvania paper sikti "What
is it that the tiermaOl have that we have
not? We nally don't know, unle-s it is
Isgor-beer, pretzels and Umbergor obeete.
A man in Illinois, It hours after his
wife died and before her funeral, playcj
eroquot with lbs girls. For this the in
dignant neighbors tarred nnd feathered
Some friends were remonstrating with
Clarke, the titter, about his profanity, and
quoted the icrlptural injunction, "Swear
not at all." I don't,'' said Clarke; "1
only swear at tbote who offend me.'
i'etor the Great on visit to the
bouse ol parliament In London, noticed
about thirty gentlemen olad in long red
to;'n- nnd powdered wig. "Who are
they? lie n-ked of bin necrotic. "TbOM
ntlomon art lawyers." "Lawyers I ln
dood! M many u- shut1 Why, I bftTi
but two in Buttla, and intend hanging one
on my return. '
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i.e. fJlovataro 1 in- dried unaxnsndad
budloftbe clove tree, a 01 ijohl all d sp'"'
oultivated on the Island of Amltoyna, iu
Sumatra, Sianftinar, Bourbon and Oayennoi
the culture and trade la tins srtluw w as
s monopoly In tbe handtol thu Puteh for
many years. Tim Import! into the 11 nb
led .Sliitos are SUUUt two hundred Ihou-nud
pounds annually, and into Rilglsnd about
una million Tdue'nama It derived from
thu retembbwee of thu iplct to imai'
nails, and in all euunirios il is called by a
name bavutg tail signification.
DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1871.
DKLII1KRATK MUKDBR OP A
YOUNO LADY IN INDIANA
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE ok II RK
H ItPERER TU KEATS OP
LYNCH I, AW.
IIOBRIBLI MURtlRR at BTOHH LAKK.
La Obaror, Ind. June 18, Mi-s Anna
DWlght, a lehooimlltteit, was murdortd
on yotlordty at Stone Lake Fchool-boiiai ,
shout ten mlUM ft mi here, in Van BUND
lownthip by ft young man named Chaun-
coj Bsrnot, of Elkhart county
Barnet h ft his fnihor i houat
on ytttorday morning, walked to
White Pigeon, four miles distant, hired a
bone and buggy there, nnd, inking a Wo
man whota name and oharactet are not
yet known. Went to the lehoobhoUM
where Mi--. Dwigbt was teaching. Miss
D. was, at thotl onjoylngtbo noon rec-
roation With tho school children on the
margin of the lake near by, when Barnet
and the woman drove up. Tbe Woman
called Min D. to the buggy side, when
Barnet alighted and asked her to walk
with him, SS he Wlthed to speak to bat
privately. She Contented, nnd they went
a short distance and sat down on a log and
oonvonod a few minutes, when Burnet
was seen to ri-e, draw a revolver from his
pocket, and lire two shots at her. Hbo
fell nt the lir-t lire. Ho then presented
the Ditto at his own head nnd
tired tovoral times. Two
children ran, frightened, to a neighbor
near hv. who ran iiinnoJ Htol v to the snot.
found Mhit Dwight dend and the young
man reloading his pistol, lie and tho Wo
man wore promptly placed in custody, and
lurgeon nn'oii, tn w nin l'igeon, sent lor.
l he i .. tor reports lour wounds on the
head of the young man, two of which en
tered the brftin, and would eventually
provu t it'ii An examination nl the par-
tics was had boforo Juttloa Oalloway, and
the young man committi 1 to jail and the
woman heiii to hail in tho sum ot - i oia
Charles Dwight, tbo father of the inur-
bired girl, her bail. 1 hu young
mnn was brought to jail limt night, and is
this morning resting comfortably. The
phytlclant here are not so certain as to tho
erloutneto of hit wound, Great excite
ment prevails in the vicinity nf the bomb
cute, riio neighbor! prepared to finish
tho work tic young man attempted on
hlmielf, but Mr. Dwight protettOU against
it. an I h-'tler judgment prevailed. There
is, thuuirh, Homo comment on the fact of
tbe father of tho murdered girl bailing the
Woman. Tim only supposed causu is tho
rejection of Itnrnes n- a suitor, a short
time ago, and tho acoeplance by Miss
Dwight of tho ftttentlOUl of another per
son. Thu pistol used was a small llx
IDOOtor, Barnet bat been clerking in n
grocory store at White Pigeon, .Michigan,
lately, mid had borne a good character.
Hi- father It a fanm r in Blkbart county,
ENGLAND AND GERMANY.
y sritioi'a COMPLICATION- R M.I. TllKV
Ho 111 ? ALL Altol T llKI IOoLANO.
It 'tut tftt Sru York lit al llle In UjSMWa sm H
A leriotll COmpl'eation has arisen be
tween Oormany and Rnghnl, and e
Vero dispatches nr p.i-Mng tietween His
march and Karl Oranville, British minis
ter of foreign sUklrS. The government
observes an Impenetrable silence on tn t
luhjoetof the present difficulty, but I am
infoi mod that llismnrek has addressed a
note to tho German representative in Lon
don, informing bim that the imperial gov
ernment desired to ncijuire the island ol
Heligoland, and emjoworing bim to make
proposition- to the Itriti-h government for
the purchase of tbe Island.
Karl Granville replied in the same man
lier, laying England will not part with
Heligoland, and that the British govern
ment could entertain no poposition look
nig to a i t s-ion of that island ; upon which
Bismarck again addressed tbo Brit
ish eoVOrmont through Count lleru.-tortl,
tbo German Ambassador in Lm ion, do-
luring that the acquisition of Heligoland
was neccsisry tor mo protection ol the
German coast, reciting as an instance the
ilities lor coaling and the immunity
from attack which the Krchch tleot eu-
luyoO ul II eligolaml oy winch il was cmi-
liled to lilui kaile II ..u.i.i.i und paraly.e
the commorco of tbe German coast. He
loked upon Heligoland, on aocount of its
loac proximity, us a (jermiin territory.
nnd it- possession by any foreign power
us a standing menace to liermauy.
Karl (iruuvilh) ugain replied that r.ug
luhd whs only bound to consider her own
Interest; that the wish ofthe German gov
orment to aoqulre Heligoland did noteon-
ItltUtO bar right to it, ua the island hud
never been under liermnn rule.
ODDS AND ENDS.
Judicioutadrertiiing alwayt pays.
If you bavo a good thing, adrertite
1 f you baveu t, don't
If you don't mean to mind your own
butineii, il will not pay to advertise.
Never run down your opponents goodl
in public. Let bim do his own advertising.
It's a- truiMif advertising as of anything
ei-e in tin- world it it Is worth doing nl
all. it is worth doing well.
You don't tat enough in ono week to last
a wnoioyoar, ana you can t advertise on
that jihin either.
A large ndverlisemont onco, nnd then
discontinued, creates, tho impression thai
the mull Ims Bsaled.
Injudicious advertising is like Ashing
lu re there's no llsh. Vou need to let tho
linos fall in the right place.
If you can aroUSO curiosity by an ndver
tiaemont, it is a great point gained. The
lair sex don't hold all the curiosity in the
People who advertbM only once in three
months forget that most folks can't re
member anything longer than about icvcn
days. American Iftwtpaptr Reporter,
w katii KB INDICATIOVS,
A rosy sunset nreSftgM good weather; a
ruddy tunrlte bad woathor.
A bright yellow sky ill the evening in
dicntes wind; ft pale yellow ky in the
evening indicates wet.
A neutral gray color at evening is a fa
vorable sign ; in the morning, an untavor
Soft and feathery clouds betoken line
Deep, unusual hue:', in the sky indicate
wind or storm. More delicate tints he-
ipoak fair woathor,
a rstntiott ai ne, iiuft,
Xha '-ailor- taka warnlaft ;
A rionhuw nt mit.it,
a the Mtior'l ittliftht.
11 ihe in'iini -hew.' Iilte a Ivor ' hu I I,
lie in. i afraid to reap y iui BpM ;
Hill il she rises liiilon.l :tri,liu,,
Hue a mil wi " "i' n delugst groandi
The eseniaji ""'' tht rnomlai irsr,
Ar rtainilitnaol i beautiful ,iuy
win n rook i iiy ajmriiui blab la t r,
ii -.in, i tnat slnil) ttorma ari nasi
II the cock unci crowing In Ix-'l,
, 'b -uie tn rlss ill, a e head.
Bv a Padueah woman committed sui
cide by banging bar IS If to an apple tree
At the funeral, a neighbor, noticing thu
-ad appearance of the hushuud, consoled
him by saying that be bad met yyith a ter
rible loss. ''Yes,' says the husband, heav
ing ft sigh, she mu-t beVft kicked liko
thunder to shake or)' six bushels of applet
that would have been yvorlh a dollar a
bushel wheu thuy got ripe.''
IV Di' t for truiuing biiso bull players
nnacHBR i doo aruBT.
Fmi thr OMtNas Mm
A narrow log lay m n brhlo over n ra
vine. Prom tho opposite ends of the log
at the tami moment, thorn started lo cross
it a big Newfoundlnml nnd n little Italian
grnyhoiind. Of courao tboy met in the
mldtlls; tf courte there arm not room for
Ibem tO pattj neither Could they go buck
The height wai a dangerous one for the
greyhound, and to tint water at the bottom
he was extremely averae. Tho Newfound
land could have taken the loan in Hafuty,
but evidently did not want to. Thore
wal i fix. Tho little dog sat down on his
liuum he-, stuck his nose straight up in
the air, and howled. Tho Newfoundland
stood intent, his faeo solemn with inward
workings, rrsaently he gave a nudge
with bin nose to the howling greyhound,
as if to say:
Ho still youngster, and listen.' Then
thore waa silence and seeming confabula
tion lor a second or two. linmodiatnly
the big dog spread his legs wide apnrt like
a Collosus, bestriding the log on its extreme
oulor edges, nnd balancing himself care
fully. Tho littlo dog sprang through the
opening like a Hash. When they reached
the opposite shores the greyhound broke
into frantic gambols of delight, und the
Newfoundland aftO! hi more sedate fash
ion expressed great complacency in his
achievement, us he aurdy had ft right to
AN APT l'AKAt.t.at..
Krum llir t'lin-neii IUTn.ier.it
Thorn sre those of the Democrat party
who declaim ngainit Mr. Yiillandigharn s
Dayton resolution. Let them consider the
following parallel A certain farmer was
ploughing in his fluid ono day, when along
carno a deputy sheritfwitb ft Judgmont lor
tho collection of a liglitning-riwl note, as
they aro called, and demanded immediate
payment. In vain did the farmor protest
that he had never got the article! Tor
which the nolo was given in payment, and
thnt he would not pay for Ibut which he
had not received ; the ihorilf laid hold of
the farmer's team and declared that hu
would Bftrry it otf. Tho tanner rcasonod
with himaeif. It is better that I pay this
note now, kup my team, and go on with
my planting. The nolo is illegal, but
were 1 to atop now aud settle the matter
by law, my land will lie idle, and I thould
bo ruined. Ho therefore paid tho note,
and afterwards, when his crops wero safe-
Iv stored, took the matter to the courts.
when his Ittjttrl0l were righted, and Hu
swindlers wure exposed.
RaUrTho lAtrrarii hVerU gives the fob
lo who: MStln as to the (tirrlaml "The
Oeerland MunthUi, ol San Francisco, hi
,'an its career in July, IHiJH, A. Roman .V
Co. being its publishers, and Bret Harto its
editor. The miming of the magazine was
a matter of erent difficulty: lliinlly Bret
Hart! selection was chosen from a list of
twenty names. The die OR the title-pagi
gavo more trouble At last it was decided
to give thu portrait of a grir..ly bear; but
when thedrawing ot the animal was maile
and a 'proof taken the effect was hot gen
erally pleasing. Several literary gentl
men pu..lisl lone over the mailer, when
-uddenly Mr. llurte lelaed ft pencil und
drew two lines under the hear, represent
ing a railway track. A burst or upplausc
loll,, wed, and the die was 'cast' in two sen
ses. This bappy thought of Mr. Harte't
leemi like a veritable inspirations. Kev
Horatio Stobblns, Starr King s successor,
was one of tho council which superiritcn
d'.al tho birth ofthe OttrUttut, Mr. Hftrle '
salary as editor of the On rlamt was $1&0
I'll y sit I s
A. WADOYMAR, M. D..
Iy.i V -MIAN, IMlffaMMI Ml)J A i oiilictir, fertDCtl
ol Amm, tfaiufl 'iinly, llliH'H-, hM MN
hiHionily loi .b il hi ( air llfUcc I 'innit r'-inl
:i ui', bttVMa Righlta Bkiti Ninlli -irt cin, Ui-i
WILLIAM ii SMITH M !
UKSIIKNrK-N'. VI YhlftoMMll -trt, U
lwtn WCkhiogton nvcnuc mi l WtJnul "-trut-t.
UWtcx m CQfniiMrc,ti nfnttfi up fiir.
II WAIIDNKK, M. D
UKsKNrK -ornT Nim (ocnth MrrM MUi
WnVsiihI'ti it mi', CMrot Olalc CJP Coin
Hit r lJ WUUO OfVt DOEtottCtf. Ollict hull it -from
I I in to li 1J in., (Siiiiilny s xc-j i. 4t
and front i t B tn
t.'. W. DUNNING, M. 1
URBIfiBBOB -eornsr Noun mi l Walnut
Dili, e -earner Willi -in i t mi l Ohio la
OfDe nourafrom e a in. to M tn. , una t p.m,
Sam: TIMR, LABOB ABD MONEY
OVKK OTIIKIl ARTI0LI in Ital POtt I'l.oon
AMI IIOl bK-l'LKAMMJ, ARI
lai - ii lurniihM trail ii tad does lbs acrubblns
-ill, I lii,innK ul tlie -mne time.
-I it will iu its uurk in oRefeRrth et tht
tins rsquired in Ihsordlnsr esy.
3.1 -it win ,in ihe wnrii ,,i ins lerubblns brush'
SS, llial DOS I 7', osnta e srbi
III! 1 M ill "live MM priee ,i Itastl twice a jn ar
III I ! .IM
oil. - It w .ll not raise sdUSl,
.III. -The i ul, ncr can he rc,laeej lur It 01 nl-.
7lli The haad Is mullraUu iron, and will last
Mllt-lt you wish In u-f a mop, or , loth, to dry
lie renters, remove the tin. anil insert yourelulh.
an, I you have that additional tnTSBtSit!
EVERY FAMILY, STORE. SALOON
HOTKI. AND STKAM UOAT
SHOULD USE T1IKM.
1 inn nrupared in furnish Ilium hv amide doren
ornruss, un short nulicc. Addieiia
in .' . inn
Wit. UBMRV. Cairo, Ula.
1 1 its.il i hi:.
B. 8, 11AUUKLL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
IIOVEB I'L'UNISHINO GOOD.S,
lSo A H7 ( iinimerciiil Avenue
sr.WINU si.! in i:.
WANT KD, A0KNT8,
iieventy live tn Isre linn, Ire, I dollars per iiloalh
n e, i vlieiu, male and f, in il,'. to introduce Ilia
Usnntne Improved t-nniman Uenas KanuiySi'wuiK
Msotiiusi iiiiH msohias wtii uttsn. hem, leii,
In, k, liiud, braid, curd, .i.lt and embroider In a
most superior msaaeri i'i i ''. Fully
srarranted ftir Brs vesrsi Wowiu ,.a.v fi.tssi fur
an) ma, hue thai mil see a -IronKur, more bean,
lilul or mole eiaatit seam than oars. 11 mukea Ike
'Ivlailie 1.,,,-S Btlteh." Kvery Hueond tllwhesa
l.n Ul and still the oloUT rWRROl PS liulluil npiill
Mitliniit IsSartng il. Wu pay agents V7, lo $2no ,,ei
mouth and expe lines, or auoniiniaaion from which
IWkis that amount osa '" made, Fur circulars
aad U'tiiis, apply to or adilrrsa,
ti. BOWBBBft co
OilHprucii Struct, flulailelplua, I'u.
OAVTIOSwpO net ho inipoaed upon by other
purlins jialtniiiK oil wortbluHH cnal iron mactunra
in, .In it,, auiiio iiuiiiu or otlierwiao Ours la Ihe
only ecuuiue and really prailicul ilieap niachiuo
W B. MoltlllH, II II I N l)RS
N,,liy Pubhr, Nn , e ,,,
PIKE, HULL, OAHGt), LIVE stuck
ACT A , II A It'l I'oKD,
I',, M i, Mil 'i;
NoK I II AM Kltlt'A, I'A.,
ham roan, i ons- ,
patBWtX, HAin pord,
Asarta ,. 1.7-1. 14s si
I VI MINAI IOSAL, S V.,
i i i nam, ii a ii i roan,
i I.kvklaMi. CtRVRtARD,
Asstti HUM .
iioxiic, cm. rum ..,
aaastt Uhjttt t
AM I. KIca N ORRtRi l lo
A-ets M,mi 00
OORRRGTtCVt MVTVAt, I in:,
Aai-t-ta RlyOSja.e0O DO
tBATBLRR'a, HAttTfORD, nit: ash
Aarla IJaRUm US
RAILWA1 I'A 1 m K Its ASaltRARCa
o., hari roan,
Asael RliRRl ia.
aieStS i in.naj M
BAPFOBD, MOItlUS .V t'ANDKK,
71 Ohio LSMrSMS,
et) Balleaal Bsab, OAltto, n.i.
FIRE AND MARINE
RIAOARA, S V
ftsants tl,ltt,nt M
oaahtAvtA, r, v ,
II I Nov KK, N V ,
Aasl Vti,,') - Hi
RRFVRI li', H. V ,
ftssels iii pay qq
Oowprlalas He' Under vr iter' Agset)
VONRRRS, H V .
Aaat- r -
a I it s I lilt,
Aaseta I'.'l.l't l '.!.'i
iriaRU rh's tv r n - i ,
ancuBirv, r. v. marinr,
! .4tt -t
SltiKH, Pwellinsa, Furniture, Uulla ind u
Kin, ilinlir. I al rales ii- I n . i il l. ai a ,11 le I
parmaasnl aeeurlty ain warrant.
I rwepei tlully a. k i,i Ihe ell iioai ,.i l!iro a
-iiaie ,,i tii , ii patronage,
c a. in ..his.
I' OftV. at Kir-i Nnli, ui,l Ram
IMMIt.lt AM III III IS
IN MAN LINK
Lttsrpeol, Rsw-Torfe nnd PftiUlriphis
mrass i asrssci with i sitae itatsi saa i sitn
f',,r Dsrrruuj the Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
elt 11 STRBS ISroSRATIOS
APPLY To JOHN ti. DALE, Am
tail IlroaJway, New York, or lo
II . II o a (Mi
nt Waahingtoa Aiemu-, Csiro, llllooia,
I MM Hi HA NT TICKETS
FOB BALE, 1 fSfjj ( FOB BALE,
FOE SALK.jih:;rs;;,' (K()U HALL
Fare from LlVBlfOOt,
Fare from LoVSOHaBBBY,
Fare from tii.Asoow,
Fare from QcBBRaTOWH
TO CAIRO, 148.10
Hattord, II .mi A Candee, A-, in
PARKER & BLAKE,
I'I M I 11 1 IN
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, OILS,
WINDOW (iLASS and i'UTTV.
n OHIO LKVKK,
OltlMN AN I S
UUDINANCK NO. 11 1.
An iirdinaiii'O aullmriiing Htny of mooiilion in
Ho it onla i Iiy tliu City QOBftSlI of the city of
KecTioa 1. Thai it xhall liotliu duly of II, o BtlRM
MaKlaltalm of Ihv ellv r l.'airo lienevei- tlie
1'ity Allornry of aaid city may a,, d t lo allow
a flay of sRsentfea for any limn imi ,.,
forty-ciRht houra in lavor lit any ,i i -,,n who
in iv lime Iimiii found uiiilli of a violation ot 'an i
ordiiunco ol aanlcity, ami the City Attorney umy
.ii.,. aurri mmj wnvntoer ne may neiiK uie in
t'-r.'-il of Iim, uy require auchalay uf ox.cutlon.
Frovuled, any iornoa in whoao favor alay of elo
cution ia hail win, shall bu loiind witluu llm limit
of t lie city of Cairo altar lha lime of aiich alav of
execution ha claimed ahall tat dealt Willi aa if no
auee eiay of eseoution tiau uccu granted,
Annroved Juue'.-'l, ISTI.
All. .-I, JOHN M. LA.NSDKN, Mayor.
M. J , Uowliv, Ully Uvia. i.'.Wlei
S.I I ! ISJSH It A sr. -K.
I N TLUKST-I'A VIMi PLAN
A ,i ; -u l , invei ry u m of lAfs In nrane' ii
i , ii, i introduced iv lha
MISSOURI Ml TI Alt LIFE
0 NT. I ol IK
Bl (nil "t in, let In lii-tntM'f i- inrniHi.ti v
m lit i ! eott m y Mm- nsiuil irnifi nnd Ih i' i
Iny hoi Im fCNSivoE n Rnnnnl mifn-' nl i
l or i nt upon nil IIk monP) l i Nj him In Ho
' niif my j iim nntsitRl pfniBiiiiw" Ihn ifi
l. i til M ITIIIOh i :i i' 1 1 i i ii lot nl Iron t.
The iIhh h:t bntH II n'll Prll i n i
-.ii. indorntNj iy thf mm'-i emlurul nt'titat it
in. i AiiiimI mnthomnilriiin" inlln lnnli imlmt
Il RM l.i it Vt'l U l tin MUlBjrftlt nl llill iX 11
'"' "i my pi? fu . i Uh tu m i
I men nl tin- CnmptajTi
rfORTRWInl rnitSKl, fOVWtfi AKDfM in
UT Louis, MO
ARTHUR u. BARRRTT PmUIti1
Bieic-i Vim i AM", tteerHm
m u:::oth.i mutual
Itittk 1. 1 if la in Hal n1 Mini. ilii,li Wft4tfl
I. 'If I osHntl'N.
Il lllli M!lioe i,tl;( f '.,IBE.
1 1 htu MtntE Nmpf iiihii m Miiti t T, 1 1 i,i ,
1 ti.iliiM-i in nVltlflln i U Hi CRBMtnJ
ii hM Mm hnrnlh il il. m mm iiini iinanMinsi
Erilh IhnHMlnol Miaonpi t- i hrpftHnnl rum
ibjU il mi, v hoi l-r-
H hMftompJicH fuiiy wiih ihn m w i , nl i m
inli . wdirh ii r 'tnf i . 'u tin j' un I iti..n t.i i
ly nninfoH IhnnlhnMnl RMtrrn iHnlrE
K InvnalE U inn-It NB ilM wi -t, iMimn I Mi
pfM.ic fnttn wi, '.mi Itiry tr ro t ik-Ii
Ii - in in.-t m mi nt i4 t IfntvinEa l iliful in. I nr i
II- ulkiiiiNl IMMNM fiotn Bit- nit r -t MMH
lra i.l) MOPt tliHh ) All I Hi I (-i) il- UUH .
It lEAUM .om h a ilrfm lb nfulMII ) lif' no I Ml'
lOWIIM'Ill -lniR, lit Hu- - t late i. m r-tlnf It r
i it-- noMMWini.
Tin miIm y tiHi-ra PMeVlfi .11 Um nrMtl - n aM
nnnl tilt htowlRi
Thn "itM'k hoi Infii m pnwHn Milf t mh
flit Ol iflt! r- t BJBJ (fit ir iil:tl, Itv Hi ti tin .
i in ImrttT.
TMMiMMl UlfMOMil to fsi.lt. y ti'.tilc.a nu I
n fly iri ad r limn in my ol' Kti rn bMMM
hnfC vi r btaPM ntiln tti any.
Tho Mlntn ol IIIIooIe pnfq I i-t iom rIemiI total
million dollopa lot 1. if' fii-nri -.
Why hi n t n rntifh moiif out nl tl i in--BVny
to Ni' Yoik un J .Si MftwMl l' i id :o it.
iinti nitty bn nroaocoil oiM u i hnnii v toi mort
uiMin a row .
npi MilMttl t k nt- it t nit .
I ol mission AMI KHtWAataiatl
UliOSE A VINCENT,
M Kin BANT!
DRAT.ER3 TXT X,T1Vri.
Crmrrt, Plastrr Pari
i i. BT K i: K i: H ii i R
lorner I i. Inn sire.', u.i.l Ol.lu t..-.
A I Km, ILL
mil i. i.i; , PARKER,
POEM BD1NO M RKC1IA NTS
DEALERS IN FLOI H CURN
i):it-, Hay, etc.
M Ohio Lrvrr, CAIRO, ills
JOHN B PHIL LIS,
' BSM aaoi I., 'u,k, i A I'lnllia,,
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran,
t'ou tknth-st. am. OHIO LEVEE
I M. PHILLIPS A CO.,
tBnsesstaw to B. B. Bsadrteas a t;u.,)
Forwardiug and Connnission
WHA RP.BOAT PROPRIETORS,
RlpfcaLil'cral Advani-ea made iii'On-ersaaaV
J -Br Oonaignmenta, JSJw
Are prnnarMl to receive, lure nnd lorward
IreirlilH in all ,inliniel l,uy and
it'll on oornsilsiioBi
aWBuiineia suended to nronpUr,
ISucconBor ol Ayera A 0e )
Genera OommUsion Merchant
im oillo LEVEE,
OOAIi A Mi ttot ii.
Pi M. w a n d,
WOOD AND COAL
i.a m. WAitn ii BMMred to dslivei tiieii
L . I'u,' W,,d and Mi-1,. Cnal
IN ANY I'A RT Ol' TBI CITT
Aud ill any ijiiantity deaircd, on idiort nolicr
COAL DKL1VEHKD at $I.DU i kh ton.
twoUonra sboTS the oorsei ol Eighth . treat anal
L'oUIIIU'Klul avenue. (ItCtll
..l. i'O'l.- il,... 1'.,,.,,.,, Orth A