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Itr.AI. KKTATl'. AOKNT.
REAL ESTATIO A G I0NTS
71 (sr.co.vn noon) omo hr.vr.v,,
Him ani Skm. Hrai. Kstati,
ruKNisii a hstuacts or titlks
Anl prepare ''nnicaiiee "' K lml.
CAUL I-- THOMAS,
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1 ' lhilil.il
K A I.S0M1N1N0, l'A l'KU HANOI NO
Kt OX WHITISH, ETC.,
Al lii:ureluch ilefy nil cnmpetinii, nml In tho
hlKlifl M)lecf Hie paintcr'a irl.
SHOP 1H Till: PKKKY JIOi'SK,
I'ims'Kii iip i'miMi:i:i'!U, AVK.NTi: AMI
" w'A)n;An. m. .,
1VIVSICIAN, Sura-eon ami Aeciuiln-iir, formerly
of Anna, I'nuiii cuunl). lllinol-, h.t per-iimtii-'illv
located In I nir . iMIirc Commercial
hoiit, umeen Kiglilli nni Ninth Mreen, vm
WILLIAM ll. SMITH, M. P.
llllr.NCVV-No. 21 Thirteenth lrrl, Ik
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C. W. DUNNING', M. !.
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Ullii o-cwner Sixth "trii'l and Ohio leicc
omen lioiirn from fla.in. lo ll! in., mi l ' 1
Thursday .Moii.vino, Junk ls7l.
JOHN II. OIlEtttiV, Emtob i I'imiiiik.
Tm or nir lnv Di ium :
Out wtf fc, by earner, 2"
One monlli. Iy mall, 7.1
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fclx in..nlli I "5
One .ar 8 00
Tit "fi'H injxrcy Maanltr n.nnfi; an I ;f Hit ril.v of
(..no, IhU'nlyiHvrHtHjtilailmn&nitl'it'H HUnott;
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THE IlOLLAU WKKKl.V llt.'M.KI'IS.
John ll. ouriy .v Co. imu r.-iiic.) ti. m.Ii-
icripiion pnoe oftiio Wockij mini iiuiiiiin tu
jnf jfiiir iter nn'lin. iiiiikiiii; 11 iu. ( i;i in, i.
1 . . 1 1 1 1
I'tTpiiMMK'.l lii Snillicrn Illinois.
Tin: I'aducah k'tiilHckian averts
that there arc "awful" issue involved
cunva. now 111 progress
in that state.
The democratic state convention for
the iiominatioii of a coiigrc.-m:tn for
thoBtatc at largo should be held at
Chicago; and the headquarters of the
democratic stato central committee
bhould. be removed to that city.
Mus. MviiAllitAiiWKi.i.read a poem
bcf.ire the Illinoi pres aMieiatiiin on
Wcdne-d.iv. Tin1 Mndanio is one of
thi strong-minded ladies, who take de
light in public gatherings of all kinds,
and is superficially learned. She is
"smart," and puts a high estimate upon
I lie opinion of the good looking mem
bers of the nrilo sex. Ucr poem, wo
Aenturc to say, will treat of love, and
bo a gushing production.
Mn. A. II. Stf.I'IMIXs, editor of the
Atlanta Nun, is a progressive gentle
man. Iho only objection we can .urge
against him is that he progresses too
fclowly. He began political life a whig,
and became a democrat lust at the timu
the nartv w.mt nut of nower : bo was an
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"Ppout-.u in uiu scciw.u.i.M.i nun
t;.,..n.. ...1 1 . . ...
.iii.iiij uijyuiiccu Ills biaiiuuni iu i.ivii
position, and by the time his old seces-
ion opponents had been whipped into
unionism, be bloomed into an uncom
promising secessionist. In lStiShchad
not arrived at an acquiescence in tho
destruction of slavery, but now, in IK71.
bo has reached the stand-point of the
democratic party of that vcar. 11c is
fclow but suro.
Tlir. electric telegraph companies in
the United States, according to recent
official statistics, nwuTl.tUi miles of
line, of which fid, WA belong to tho wes-
tern union telgraph company, and IS,.
010 to various other companies. The
number of miles of wire amouiiLs to
IS'J.OOU miles, of which ll!l,152 be
long to the western union company, and
IHi.iill toother canipanio. Tiie num
ber of stations is 5,-10, the western
union having -1, .'!!!!, and other couipaii
ies 8 ill. 'l'ho western union telegraph
company owns 5,(101 sets of instruments,
and has 11,08(1 per.-ons iu its employ.
Tlio statii-tics of the above company for
lfii ll am as follows : Number of incs
Hige., tent, !l,!i:i:i,:i27 ; gross receipts,
87 o.'il.lii;:i; expenditim.M. sr.,101,'117 ;
iml iiolile, S'J,::."i-.7-Hi ; cxjicnded in
new construction, :t!l'.l,'JK.ri.
Tin: fiicuds of tho Cairo and Yin
cenuci, railroad enterprise are very con
fident that they can carry tho election
on next Monday by an overwhelming
mujority. W'u believe they can ; but,
if they hope to make th-jir victory de.
cisivc so overwhelming that it will be
u roproach to the enemies of tho road
as well us an instruction to the county
court which it dare nut disregard, they
iwisl abandon tho tactics they have,
becu pursuing up to this time iu tho
oulest. They must uot allow the uu.
vn to flow alo..K " ill. H V?'0"1 n"lct
current, but mii-lwnlo up nmi..
wnrt. TllfM N '"-' ppoMtlOU 10 ''
n,l ll.,,, D.o piiMi'o bcliovo-a quiet
m,.lor-bam.ol opposition that makes 111
nnic. but "-ill vole its sentiments
1,1 . I I -II ! A.ltnlnll
.'. flic I'CO 110 snail lllllliu,.....v.v
..waken (o the necessity of prompt ac
H'oii nml make nn issue of flic most tic-
ci.ite kind with thoc enemies ol Cai
ro ' prosperity. For m long lime coax-
. . . r. .nfii.ii. nil
Mi' wa rcfont'ii iu jp.....iijj
the backs of 1 ho moss-cover-
moii a smoothiii!! of their
milled plumes ; but this policy amounted
to nothing and had to give way to the
poliey of heavy fighting. Then the bet
ter class of the community succeeded,
and the worscr class had to go to the
wall. And now the friends of public
ctiterpri.-o must not let down. Tlicy
mint bo active for the prospeiity of
thceily c!iorgctic--entliusiaatic. They
mut let the obstructing clement know
that it cannot prevail. The friends of
public enterprise have iu this struggle
for the Cairo and Yincenncs road been
reinforced by gentlemen who have never
before in the history of the city taken
any interest in its ainiirs, except just
.(ore the municipal elections when
tlicy would work a little iu the saloons
for their friends; and these men ccciii
to be really in earnest in the present
movement. This is an encouraging
sign, but,ncvcrtheless, tho friends of
the Cairo and Yinccnnes road should
relax no effort to secure an affirmative
vote on the propositions to bo submit
ted to the people next Monday. Ac
tiw'ty is absolutely necessary to success.
TIIK HAD HOYS OT OKAYYIIiljK.
The bad boys of Grayvillc have been
stirring up the anger of a devout church
goer by their " goings on in meeting."
They have almost frenzied him, and if
it were not for that christian forbear
ance which tho associations oi his
church have taught him, he would, un
doubtedly, do some act of desperation.
In the last Orayvillo Indcpauhnt he
ventilates his anger in a column of elo-
qo.it invective which should be placed
with t,;iru among tho classical produo
lions of American 'cuius.
"ere, in the town ol (.ray wile,
(lie exclaims), " and amid the blazing
.. I'l l.l. ..il.
vi4 iflnriiKi' lii'hf nl inn innrtO(ntli
J I o -i a"-
century, I am pained yet forced to
'confess that I have never been to
c'nurc'1 anywhere else in tne union
1 where so little respect was jiianifested, 1
...i i i,. ii I
..s u uiu v vi u u",sn
This is an important declaration to
be made in the glaring light of the pres
ent age. It demands herious consider-
ation. If the light of thu century only
blazed, such a declaration would bo
.r..i 1. . il... c.w.i tlmt dm
P..111..U ..ub..t uu- '"
light ol tho century glares gives to tlic
.lm.1..iv.t"nn lnmnontniis iiniinrtiiiieo.
.i.ii,.i .-.,... ,,,0
l... til.ilim. lit.-. 1 111 1 iinnci. in'mtno- I
tion nieiitioncd above, our christian
tViend goes lor the boys-and how he
i.isncs mom 1
l'ho hoys, you see, oglo thu girls, and
tins our clnihtian trioinl ilunnuiiccs as a jjy tn timu tlio tire has expired tho seen
crime against the Lord, the church and ting process Is completed, and both her
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the state. 101.1 tlio lime these untor-
'tiimite are seated," he says, "until
c .1 . 1. 1 .1., . I
u.o e.iuien ;...e, ,j
'the girls." How very awful 111 the
lliu llin. null W'J ... .i. ...v
hiring light of the nineteenth century I
1.11 ... j
I'ut mark what follows: 'The doxol-
ogy " ho says, "is being sung, nnd the
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'Mimi-civili.ed class crowd tlic doors
inml vnsi'iliulo to iivi'i lluwiiiL'. After
.. . . .
uu: ncuciiiciinii iiiumj ...-uiiiun ....... ihu
' themselves systematically across uie
... . .
1 vii.iilinlii 111 Kimli :i umiiiier mat everv l
- - , , -
lniiv mini mss 111 review liv caen nil
1 j i
' tlieso swcet-sccntoii crcaiures, ami a
1. .1 .. ..1... .
stranger wouui Kiippoo mar
' young lady jiresout would be acconu
'pauied homo by at leat two of these
to oiler his arm to tlic girl 01 in heart.
. . . .......
". mrgo poriion H.n-i.iiiui.
riiin.-iiii Mrnuiul the door. kceniiiL' a
,,uiot as lot of pup would that were
1 covered with horiii'ls. How bhaiiio-
fill this conduct iu tin.
eenlli century !
glaring light of tho nineteenth
And thus our christian friend, iu the
interest of the glaring light of the ecu
tury, mis 011, calling tnu noys "gos
'lings;" "ganders;" "hair-brained,
' heathenisli, ill-bri'd ignoramuses ;'
"brazen imp;" "young sipiirtf
apes ;" " pretty upstarts ;" " low boys;"
and other like eidtliets, nil proper 111 the
11 1 p 1. r.i
hhi'lliir vnd irlnllllir 1 1 a r 1 1 r III (fill lilloi.
tccntli century. Aller which, with all
the complacency of conscious superior-
ity, he adds: "Now, boys, beloro I
'ccaso speaking of your ugly and mean
, , . .' , . n ,
behavior, let me tell you how my
' parent instructed me to always act in
(Jrcal man skillful instructor of the
rising generation tho blazing yes
glaring light of tho nineteenth century
owes you it dobt of gratitude I You uro
brick a gciitlu-tongucd galuto so
amiable very able a lefurmcr of the
jerioil. Wo admire you. What would
tho blazing yes, glaring light of the
nineteenth century do without you?
TIIK I.ATKST KKUOSKNi; HOIIIIOi:.
Mrs. (iarigan, of Long Island City, sat.
united her clothes with knroiono on .Mon
day morning, and thou, taking her babuin
iter arms, rut lira to mom. nor luisuaiiu
coming in fei.cd and saved tho child, but
uiq woman was so badly injumti that miu
died on Tuesday. Jiuunltv is boliovod to
I'ui iocnuto ol this strange and tcrriblo
rint;iprf.l fron r Kieliingo..)
'J'ltll Poliijioniuii Attlciii lllbb (liu
write It T. I'. Attlciii Iliuli) in n cnniliilnto
for llio Jtetfl'lor oftiio land Olllcu In Kon
tiicfcy. Tlio Cincinnati linquircr tn't that llio
netloa of llio republican convention In thiit
stato l cqnlvalont to the repucllntlon ol
Now Hint California lias sent ("rant n
palace car, tho Louisville Journal thinks
ho won't bo happy until somn ono gives
him a raiiroau.
Tho Augusta Conatiintluiiiilhi nilmlts
that the controlling sentiment among tho
Democrats of Ocorgin is to wnivo useless
iliiciusion now, and bldu their time to
right what they call wrong, accepting no
ujurpntlon as a finality.
In bis testimony before llio Ku-Klnx
Investigating committee, (Jen. Forrest do
elared, that from extensive travel through
all portions of tho south, and as far as his
judgnicnt and personal observation lod
him to believe, ho could safely assert that
no such band as tho Ku-lClux has exist
ence In any of tho southern states.
The Savannah (Oa.) Hepublican lias
discovered that tho present democratic
party Is nothing but tho old whig party.
It puts it thus ; "If thoro bo ono democrat
ic principle or purposo of tho presont dny
that conllieU with tho principles and pur
poses of tho old whig parly, or on which
tho two arc not in full accord, wo would
bo glad to have it pointed out. It cannot
A Grant and Cameron club has been
formed in Haltlmorc. In resolutions
adopted at the llrst meeting it is said that
Mr. Simon Cameron's nomination "be
speaks tho will of tho majority of tho
American people," not less than that of
President Grant. Tho club invites all
who agree with thoso declarations to join
them; "but," it adds, " in"nothing, cither
from fear or favor, will it abnlo ono jot
from tho motive, choice and purposo of iti
- - -
t Homo nml PorelKn.
A son of Secretary Kisli graduated at
Columbia College yesterday.
A li'lter frimi Louis lllanc i.s published
deelarin'' Unit the republican pally, hilli
orlo a fiircn mut become u power.
Spurgeoii attack of gout is so much
aggravated, say tho London journal, that
it is doubtful if ho will be able to preach
again for some months.
Charlei Hondo thinks it a mistake lo
suppose that "great wits to madness ncr . !y
are allied." He believes tho insane in
general aro man with very little brains
and enormous egotism.
now auaii i.ahiks i'kkku.mktiikmski.vks.
How tho Arab lndies'porfumo tliomsolvcs
is thus uuscrilMMl uv 5ir hamuol linker in
his work on tliu Nile:
"In thu iloor of tho hut ortont.ns it may
chanco to bo, u small hole is excavated,
sulliccntly large to contain a champaign
bottle. A llru ot cliarcoal or simply glow
ing cmbors is made within tho hole, into
which tlio woman noout, to bo sccnicu
throws a handful of drugs. Sho then
takes oil tlio cloths or robo which forms
her dress, and crouches naked over tho
fnmoai wUjle rrunges her robe to full
as a maiitlo lrom her neck n tlio ground
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ircoiy in llio noi-air iiaiu, ami uiu poros
of tho tkin boing open and moist, llio vola-
... .i p .1. . t . . .1. , i
- M.r 11?
tho timo tho nro has oxpircu the scenting
volatile oil from tho smoko of tho bun.-
l)crou ami ner rouo uru reuoiein 01 in
wilh wh,ch tll aro so thoroughly
impregnated that I havo frequently smelt
d,: y,irds' distance when the wind has
boon blowing from their direction. This
II liuriv 01 wuuiuil Bkiuouiv iu iuii u iiuu-
injijil OlOWlim liuiu mull uioi inm. uib
"pent, which is supposed to bo very attrac
livn in I'l.nlluimm. is cotiinoscd ol i?ini?cr,
ciOVCs .cinnamon fraukincrne, and niyrrh.
a spccle.f seaweed brought rrom the lied
Sea, and, lastly, tho horny disc which cov-
'... ..niirturu w,on tho sholl-tlsh with-
draws Itself within its shell. Tlio propor-
tiou 01 tneso iiigreuienis in tins nnxiuro
occordimr to lastc.
I A MHl-'VT HIT.'!! tV I I'tlfV'llIM
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1 pit.9i:u uiu m:i.-oiiu i&jiuuini; li.MUIIIIinuon
or wtmen ai mm, i..uveruy 01 j.oiuior,
aininatlon which followed professor Outh
" 1 . r'jie m wio i.onuon in
stitlite, In l ehriiury. 1K70. and out of suv
eniy-lonr camiulates, the llrst iiri.u lor tho
1 1.. . t 1 .
u"",,"i"lV, 1 p';yMcai gcorgrapny,
iiii;ii iiiiiont'ii proioior iiuxiny d ICC'
tures on that sub ect. n 18Cn. In 18(1H.
.Mis (Irentbatch iincned as a lunlor with
auiiiiation. In December, 18Tot eliu pnssed
"7 'ft ah 1 r',1 L'lass honors, gaining
t'"' Mill-'liiyh.r shohirshlp nnd a prizo for
Political lVonomv. Miss (irentbatch did
n','1 l!,lKo "P 'I'" .Mill-Taylor scholarship,
which can niilv bo held nt CBiiibri.l.'e
She is a pupil of the Norty London Col
legiate school for girls, vhero sho has re
ceived her whole education.
Tho San Francisco Chronlclo says:
".Mr, l'nir is miietlv reiunim. In tin. ....II
of llio county jnil. Her surroundings
...u n lomiiiriiioieiinii rncoriiil as jios.i
1,10 , under tlio circumstances. Her
moincr mm daughter, mid tho few of
i . ..7 ' ' ",M iuw III
nersex who still feci interested iu her
'am, are allowed to visit her by permit of
paH and tho future free to work their will
hl j" tlr7'n. 6'ei!,P would bo tor-
!l,rc- Her appvtito n dainty nnd exacting,
but not craving. '
IMff' l'rnnl. Lnlie'i Illustrated Ntwspaptr
has a capital hit on "Tho Poetry of the
Period." Tho cartoon represents two
young ladies gazing admiringly nt a rough
looking man who is addrcslng n boy
slooping past him with an overflowing
pall of water. L'ndorneath Is tho follow"
lug dialogue :
Sixth Ward Politician (who has boon
splashed) "You blood v snoo.er! I'll
make you rastlo your hash in h 111"
Poetic Young Lady "0, Clara Thuros
tho author ot tlio now poem? Let's stop
and listen. How sweet:"
BoTA splendid story Is told of .Marshal
Mnc.Malion when a Colonel. Durln i' it
parade ho had an allocation with nn olll.
cor intho ranks, who rcfiiu'd In obey him,
MncMahon finally threatened thuollemler,
and tho hitter drnwluir n mstol tool, dnlib.
crate aim and fired! foiiuri'itel
snapped, Without tho slightest sign of
fear, cool and impassiblo, .M.ie.Mahon'said i
"(ilvo that man lifteen dnvs. millade noiv.
for having his amies out oj vritrri"
DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JUNE 2d, 1871.
Till: 1IKI10 OK 10P.T PILLOW I1KF011K TIIT
KM-KI.WX COMMITTKK-IIK DKNIES TIIK
H.V1XTKNCK ()K SO-()ALLl:l) OIIIIKIIKX
PL.W.NM TIIK OAllSKOKTHKTIlOUIILKS AT
My theory, howovor, Is, (9ftld tho ('0110
rail that a class or men, who havo not tho
wolfaro of tho south at lioart, como from
the north, and, knowing that tho political
rights of many of tho southern pooplu aio
denied them, they operiilo with tho nogroci
to secure their votes to olovato thorn to po
sitions of trim and responsibil
ity. Heiret longucs aro formed;
incclidiarv speecliw, culculalcd to do
Irrepnrahlo injury, aro madoj tho employ
er is ilenieil lilt; services 01 ins laborers, as
they llocl; to these leagues and aro taught
iii!ubordiualioti. The result is, that among
the substantial citi.utis of tho section of
country wherein iheso men operate, thoy
aro regarded with dislruH and Socially
ostracised. They secure lucrntlvo oillccs,
defraud thu niople, and in all tlielr nets
seemingly endeavor to evcilo public lavor
ngfiinst them. A a natural consequence,
at intervals, the indignation probably of
an individual may bo nroiucd, and an in
dividual nsault tumlo which is soon mngni
fled into a Ku-Klnx outrage. Now, 1 do
not pretend to deny that in some Instances
men havo been kil.ed not. however indis
criminately slaughtered. Tho samo mo-
nvo mat impels a man to kill Ins brother
in Now York. Massachusetts, or Maine, np
plios as well n Alabama. North Carolina.
or Tennessee, the difference boing that in
tho latter States, tho victim, by his action
.i. wui.uui.-fc. muling iiiiu goaua 1110 mur
derer to his bloody work. Thoio cases aro
few, but, of coarse, aro credited as boing
tho work of tho Ku-Klux, and licnco pub-
I!.. 1-1-.. - .l '.. . . .
tie upiinoii norm is uirccicu against
tho wholo south as a blood
thirsty people. Again, bad men
como south Willi nj Uxod purpose
in view. Thoy seem to float along, and,
like Micawbor, nwait something to turn
up. In their idleness thoy operate among
tho negroes; excito their superstitious
feelings against their employors, and
causo 11 general stagnation in agricultural
pursuits, wnon remonstrated witn lor
such conduct, instead of allowing tho plan-
tor to peacefully pursuo the oven tenor of
his way, tlicy attempt to nsvivo old sores,
and mako assertions calculated to excito
anttcr and bad feeling. The rosult may
bo that such men aro ordered to lcavo or
to pursuo soma vocation, just tho samo as
a vagrant may uo locked up in Washing
ton, or a suspicious character ordorcd out
of it. This, I presume, is at once called
. ku-klux outrage.
TUB CONNOLLY TRAOBDY.
MAI111YIS0 1011 MOXKV A TKIIUIIILK MIS
TAKK liOMKM Ir M1SKUV Ml'liliKl! ANI
(;orn,!'pon.lf nco of Hip II11II.1I0 Courier,
Notwithstanding the declaration of the
coroner's Jury, that tho suicide of Dr,
Connolly and the murder ot his two chil
dren is attributable to an attack of ucuto
insanity, and the now well-known fuel
that th'o linfortunato man was subject to
attacks of this kind, it is still said by soiro
that intemperauco wu at tho bottom of all
tlio trnulo work. I havo conversed with
several persons who know Dr. Connolly
very well, and all repudiato tho as
sumption that ho was intemperate. Tlio
truo secret of tho tcrriblo act ho commit
ted could bo found in a quarter that has
not been explored. Many men arodrivm
to dcMieration by trouble with their wives,
and, from all that has been told me, I
judgo that Dr. Connolly was ono of them.
11 i m great part llio 01a story 01 marry
ing for monoy. Dr. Connolly married tho
daughter of a women who had amassed
much wealth, but wnoso social position
was low. Ho married her becauso sho was
likely to bring him monoy, and sho mar
ried him for his social auvantnges. 'ii.e
usunl and almost inevitable consequences
followed. Tho doctor, though in good
practice, was constantly made to foel that
110 was not tho financial head of his homo.
Ills wlfo when sho had bocomo his wife
proved to bo anything but an agrccablo
helpmate. Ulckorings woro ircquont bo
tween them, and tho wife, as stronghcaded
women cenoraliv do. mado their houso too
hot for domestic comfoit. Although thoy
had been married only a lew years an es
trangement had sprung up, and friends
began to nod their heads and say thoy
know how 11 wouiu no. 11 was not im
probable that tho want of feeling shown
by his wile aggravated tho nervous disor
der, from which thu doctor had frcnuontlv
sullerod, and brought on such a condition,
of mind thnt ho did not enre, as people,
often say, whether he died or not.
yet ho was not wholly without blnmo for
the domestic miseries ho endurtd. Ho
married a woman whoso characteristics
wore utterly unsuited to li is, mainly be
causo she had monoy. Yory soon after
tho marriage ho discovered that a great
mistuko had bcon made, but it was too lato
then lor a remedy. Tho tcrriblo tragedy
of Sunday ovoning was not a conscqucnco
of intern orance, but of tho error so often
mado of marrying to bo well oil". And
thoro nro hundreds of families in Now York
whoso.days aro rounds of irritating misery,
resulting from causes similar to that which
led Dr. Connolly to self-murder and tho
slaughter of hi children.
A WOlill IN TIIEIlt DIIKK.VSR.
"Among tho prejudices chorished by tho
masses against harmless animals, few aro
stronger than that felt almost universally
against bats, nrising probably from tho
simple fact that they aro childron of tho
night and forced to carry on their search
after food in tlio darkness. It may be,
howevef, that their peculiar hideounc!s
lias given addltiomil strength to tills feel
ing, for tho Jewish legislation already de
clared them unclean and accursed, and tho
Greeks borrowod their wings lor tlio har
pies, as Christians hnvo dono for the devil.
A poor lost bat need but 11 y into a room
rilled with comyany, and everybody is
frightened. Superstitious people tremble
at their mero presence as an evil omen,
and tho strong-minded amog tho fair ex
cuse tholr terror by a pretended fear for
tlio hair an apprhensiou which could be
well founded only if thuaeeoiin'.s of insects
being hnrhnrcdjin their chignons should bo
vorillod. It is true these childron of dark
ness nro neither fait iu form nor amiablo
in temper. The naked, black skin of their
wings, stretched out between enormously
lengthened fingers, liko tho silk of an tim
hcrolla between tho whalohono of thu
frame; tho ugly claws of their feet; tho
bnro appondages which frequently adorn
their noses und ears iu a most eccentric
manner; nn.l their perfectly iiolseles.alinost
sight, mysterious flight by touch, and not by
uiiiku tlfem unwelcome guests among men.
"And yet they aro real public boiiofactors.
When tlio llrst warm sun of spring arouses
them from tholr long winter sloop, which
they onjoy hanging by their hind foot,
head duwn, and tho wholo body carefully
wrapped up iu tho wide cloak of thoir
wings, they begin their night hunts. A
dozen fat beotlos hardly sullico for tho sup
per of a hungry member of ono variety,
and sixty or seventy houso-llics or ono of
another kind. All night long thoy pursuo
with Indefatigable onorgy ovory variety of
beetle and moth, of II v and bull, and enltiv
most of nil thoso which do the greatest inju
ry to our fruit-trees and cereals. Even
tho only really formidable niombor of thoir
raco, thu vanipiro, is much maligned, a
gigantic bat, accused of sucking tlio blood
of man and beast, it is strictly contlnod to a
small district in tho tropics, and even there
occiiib but laroly."
l'HACTI 0 AL W A TO UMAKKH.
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVKNUK,
ll.11 on hnuil
A FINK .STOCK Ob' WATUUKS,
CLOCKS, .IKWKLUY, KTC.
l'lirllcular nttcnllon given lo
HKl'AIKING FINK WATCHES.
Tlic Urgent slook of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCH KS
in nir. cur.
S A M W I L S 0 N ,
11 r. a 1 1 n iv
1$ BO.A.T STOBES, j
(I 11 O O K K I K H 1
V 110 V I SI O N S, KTC,
Ohio Lkvkk, :::::: Caiko, III.
KDrnn raoxrri.1 niirii.
0. D. WILLIAMSON,
COMMISSION M KUCHA NT,
No. 7fl Ohio l.r re.
B'Speeliil mtpntinn K'V'n lo ConilKnmenln
nil ninnic uriii'rr.
Savks TIMK, LAKOK and MONKY
ovrn otiiku ahtiolk in usk for r look
ANI IIOUSK-CLKANINO, AUK
InI 11 liirnmliP' Iit nn.l il. llio HtruLbinc
nml 1 1 1(. .1 iik lit Uiu Mini' lllne.
Sal It will ilo'itK work in onr-futirtli of I lie
time ri.ju Irt-.l in llio onliuar; hbjt.
rial It will do Hie work of Iho MruMilnit bruh-
ox, that oo17j centu e:li.
Ilh It will savnlhn IirKe ol itxelf tHieo jtu
In I. room".
511111 will not raise a 1I11M.
Ulh The rullr cau le re.liw-i.J for lieinlf.
7lh The hrnil It mallraliln Iron. nl will ImI
Hlh If 011 u lull lo tiof. n inon. or cloth, to drr
tliu cornern, reunite the tin, nml inoerlyourclolli,
nml you have that mlillllnnnl i.lvaiite.
KVKltV FAMILY, STOIIK, SALOON
HOTEL AND STEAMHOAT
SHOULD USK THEM.
1 am prepared 10 furnish them by mnitle ilncn
Otnto-H, on xliort notice. AilJiex.
in)2.llm W.M. IIKNItV, Riro, III.
I!. S. HAHHHLL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FUHN1SH1NG GOODS,
1ST) & 187 Coininercitil Avenue
lln.lnR recently wldcl nil
Hie IoiiIh uf the latent ntylea
of card a.)il circular j.u
tu nur ulreudy full nnd
hike pleasure u announc
ing to nur roaitiTH that we.
do all k ll) il 4 ol Job woik,
In the mo arllatie xt)le,
LAND FOItTIIK LANDLKSS
HOMi:S KOlt TIIK HOMELESS
ONI.V $I.5!5 I'KIl ACI1K
FOE ACTUAL SETT LEES.
TAKK Till CMS or Till
I.KAVKNWOKTU, LAWKKNUK AND OAI.VKS.
TON II. It, LINK
Frmii Lawrence uu.l Kaunas City and vtml the eel
ehrulud Onae iiliiulry,
Tiik G AauKN SroT ok Kansas.
W. II. MOItlllS, II. p. PANHKK
Nolnry I'ublle, No. 1'nli. nml V. H. Cum,
FIltK, HULL, CAKOO, Ll Y K STOCK,
X '.ET GJ XT !UA .A. HT C 33 1
NOUTII AM KKICA, l'A.,
IIAllTKOUP, CON. V.,
Afi-ttn- M5.I.73 ("I
AMKK1CAN CKNTKAL, MO.,
LONNKI.TICUT MUTUAL I.IKK,
Asrcla i,imo,(ii Hi
TllAVELKIl's, IIAItTfOlltl, I.IKK A Nil
Aurt.. , 1,',IM fo
IIA1LWAV l'ASSKNUKIlh' AkSUISANl'K
A.ft , X11I li)
SAFl'OKD, MOllltlS A- CANDKK,
71 Uliht l.ree.
Oily National Hank,
CM HO, ILL.
FIRE ANDM A II IN 10
X 1ST S -TJ JEZi -A. 1ST O E
NIAOAKA, N. V.,
(IKI'.MANIA, .V. V.,
IIANOVKlt, N. V.,
Al-neti lvr lal
r.Kt'inii.ic, N. V.,
AcH - 71I.W. Ll
Coin pri-inx the Umlerurller' AKiney
VONKKK, N. V.,
AMkt s7S,tr.t I
A L1IAN V CITV,
Aetn C.l.l'Jl 21
KlltKMKN's FU.VIi, S. P.,
Ai.etn l"S,"i I
SKCIIRITV, N. V. M. Ml INK,
As.ftn,- I.IK'I'1 10
OTOIll;. Ditellini.. Knriilliire. Hull, nnd Cat
O JfoM, in-iired nt rale u f inul,l.. n miiind
lerinaneni xwiirity viu unrr.inl.
I reapitlully a.'k nf Ihe cil ir.cn. i.f Pino,
hare ul their patnuiHSH.
'. .v. iirunr.H,
If Ollice-lU l-'irr I Nalii.lml 11. nl.
IMM Kill ANT TMIIIXS.
I.irerKiol, New-Vork met I'lnl i li lpliu
St ea n i sl i i ) Con i p:i i iy,
rsiirii rnTU.iT irn rutin ititimmii nmn
l.ill I I Ml I NTl
Km (iirryinu the M :i 1 1 -.
FOlt 1'ASS.uTk tickkts
nn itururu imoiim ui"
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, AtiT.,
1'') RroaJway, New VorV., nr to
II . II a. ll i I ,
VIC Waalilnglnn Airline, Cairo, Illinois.
IMM Id 11 ANT TICKKT.S
FOE SAL?:, ) I'Tgale ( FOll SALK,
' I Kcr Sale I '
FOK SALK. J WrHali'l FOlt HALE.
Faro from Livkhpooi,
Faro from Loniioniikuuv,
Faro from Glasoow,
Faro from Qukknstown
TO CAIKO, $18.20
Halford, Unrril A Can. Ice, Agent.
PA11KKK & ItLAKK,
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, OIKS,
WINDOW GLASS ani. PUTTY,
WAliL I'AI'KK.WINDOW SHADES
HO OHIO LKVKK,
O11D1NAN0E NO. 111.
An Onllnancn authorlt.PK ty ",M"""" '"
certain canen. ,
He It or.Uine.1 by tho City Cou.oil of thcily of
5 ot Mnttmtor imy tune nolexcoeiiiiiK
frt?.lriiUhou." In faror of nny person hn
Ky have U.en" fmm" Rull'r of vlUtlon of any
oralnancS of salacity, ami tho City Attorney may
Sirect lush stay wher.avcr h may think the in
le.cBt or lliecl.y rfco,ulreSuchilay of execution.
VroviJtil, any person n whoio favor alny of exo-t-utioo
ia had who shall be JounU wllhlu tlio limit
of the city of Cairo after the time ofimeh atav of
xecullon baa elpeJ shall be iloall with as If no
ucn etay of oieoution had hcen jjrnnleal.
ApproveJ Junt'iJ, 1JI.
Attef, J0N M. LANdDEN, Mayor.
N.y,Howv,City Cletk. Jlui
A new nml iu.cl )!,.,, i i.im Inmiranee n.
eenllv iulrodiiced hy in
111' NT. I.Ot'lN.
ItY lllia nvulein. I.lln ln.iirani.ii i. r. i .
fit lltllc cu. ai ,y h,. ii, ,M .,. I),",, .(
i. jr inn n r ii eenen nn nmniil Inlcre' nl scm h
per lit. iipnii nil Hie Ini.n'j panl l.y liimli. ih
i.iiinp.iny ', hln annual preiiiiiiina Huh . a inc.
lilin n. iimcliiHn C'li llitni nl hmiil.
"I lie plan ha. l.ci'ii liornii;lily crilu i cl nml
liilllf linliiri.e.1 hy llm mo-l i iniiicnl m I u.ir.i
anil Klllllul tiialheinalleinua In lie-laid i lid
it ha not )i t liren tin- mil.jcct ol unli.n.raUc
iiii'iiiiiiii many rcpec nihil ipiaiter.
tlllice of llm L'ninpany,
NOIlTIIWKsr CilllNKIl nillliTII AMIOI.IVK,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
AltTIHJIt II. II A KKKTT, President
I!i:n.i. William", Sicntuni.
H:nU- liliih III Hie li.l nt onuml, lliti(l) We.lerr
ii nan uinpiccaiiiH.-i.'f,i"u,
It lciia.i t more thin ennioeli loro.er illna
ti.iliilllle In nil'litio.i In Hie capital
It ha miu liini'lrc.l (lion, ni.l .InUar.i il. i ix.ic i
llli tlieHlaleiif Minuri n n pripitual nun
allien In it) policy linlier.
It haeoiiilleil fully uilh the new lanl I fie
State, Mhlch nre .lillc a clatllliUkicI mule ll, .l
i) enmrern man nin.ei)! i.am rn rinie
ii inienin im iiinui. in ino ..ci, annul;' ine
pmpli. fro ti i whninlhey lire un u. I.
III. iiiuiiaiciiii. Ul is tikuiuu, Kl.lllilK nii'i
Il nnntinl Income finin llm Intercut nlo'ii- i
alua.ly mure tliun nnlliclent In pa) II. In..c.
i. if-f.ijtafa iKincie iijn inn nruiii'ir) iiih nici cm
l0Minvntiil.inn.nl the .nine rale n oilier tinl-
i He iiuiiey nueirr recent nil iiic pr'ini- in no
'I in aUx'k ho Merk ean fcoeim on r leu imr
cent, of lnleret on their capital, liv Hie lenna U
Thuunnnal ilUI Jeri'l to policy iol'lei am al.
rra.ly urealer than many oM Kwtern t;i iiipnic'
iue e.er lixanahlr to piy.
TheStaleof Illinoi panl la.t year aliont fji.t
n I II Ion ilollara for Life Imuirane,
Why . ml mi iMIlf'h rnnrif.v ..lit fit ll.v Slnle-
ana) tu New Vork nn I .New Cniflainl for nn nl I J .If
lliat may Ihi pro.luti'1 u.l nn cheap (or more o
VV.MIK A LOW,
AU'cnl nt Cairo.
4 O.M.tllSSION AMI H)II.VA1III.V
0 10NERA L COMMISSION
DEALERS I2T XjX2A.H1
CKMKNT, I'LAMKK I'.MilK,
I' LA ST Ell Ull'S II A I It
I'nrniT I'.lulilli Slri i'l mill adilu I .e ..
MILLEK A l'A UK El!,
0 ION 10 It A I j COMMISSION
I'O It W A I! I) I NG M K IK'll A N 'I s
DEA I.EKS IN l-LOIIt, COKN
Oats, Hay, t'tc.
r.s tUiio Lkvkk, CAIKO, 1U.S
lOIIN Fi. IMIILLLS.
(SiieeeKor lo I'aiker & I'luili i
Ci ION Kit All COMMISSION
roilWAItDING .M KUCHA NT.
DEALER IN HAY, COU.V, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Rran,
Con. TENTH -ST. anii OHIO LKVKK,
.1. M. l'HILLll'S fi CO.,
lneeenira lo II. II. Hnilncl. X (i)
Forwarding and Commission
CM IHI, ILL.
V,,I.il.eral Ailvance nn.le upotirtSNrf
j!i' ConiKnuienn. tXil
Aro prepureil In reeeiw, ilure nml fnrnnril
fieiijIiU lo all poinUaml hiiy uiel
Hi 11 Oil COtlllllHIIIIIII.
"HiibinetiH ntlen.le.1 In pinmplly
(SiieeeiHor ol Ayer A Co )
General Commission Mernliant
Hill OHIO LKVKK,
OAI, AM H !.
V: M. W A 111),
WOOD AN I) COAL
.M. WAHD is prepared tn deliver the bel
; . Kilu Wonil unit hlouo Cuiil
IN ANV l'AHT OK TIIK CITV,
And in any iiiantlly ilenireil, on hIiuiI imlice
COAL DELIVEUED at fl.QO l'KU ton.
nl?bini.!.nvMr HaArurarl. Drill A ulnv'
twodoora aliovuthn corner ifLu:hlli ntreet ami
Cuininerviai nrcnuv. 'loceii