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tirodoorf ulioiotlif corner ufKiglitli Itci'i ami
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SUNDAY .WoitNIN(l,.Il'LV Id, 1871.
JOHN It. OnKtlt.V, Dl'lK'U imiI'imimiii
Tim or tiii: Dun llmim:
Onr wfrk", by earner 23
On jmrljr rnrnrr, In advance in 10
inn month by t.ml 7.1
Tliri b numili., , ti -
Six mnntli I -'
One joir I-
Tki iftsnf jtnjtrrrt Attmt'lfr ftmnty an-t Iht tit;t of
Cum; tkt oitv iwtrnitt ilailtnrx &niflwi n Jllinou;
il rltU'nflh fMtnai ; gtwiU, but JurUi ; uuU
lken on iU tuKjcctt of interest to the jmUic ;
Mt'kalnreran-lticrrauii' etrruUtiim, the Itullf
tmnlin'it)iri'trun(vjtvl itttcUvjrnt mvkrt unit
tilrrprinny 6 jieit mtn.
TIIK llOLI.AIl WEEKLY IIIII.LKTIN.
John II. OUrljr Ji 0. niiro reduced tho miIi
Krlpliun lnce of the Weekly Cilro lliillclln lu
Ont Mbit xr Mtttun, inakltijf It Ilia t'licnjx'xt )
rfrimliliiht in Southern Illinois.
fc'ni'TiiKii.v (i.i.i.v.us. Egypt is like
a verv fair heifer The Jlil'lc.
It i urns nut to be a stulfed club
which did llio work for Admiral Fisk,
on Wediieday lat.
Fisk N what I'alstafT would have
been if ftr .Inlm had been possessed of
Admiral Jim's ducats.
Advice to Jr.vv. Davis. J'nt away
friini thee a froward mouth, ami perverse
bi put far from thee. I!e not rah
li thy mouth. Tin- Bible,
To tiif. llotitiioxs. .Say not thou
What ii the cause that (lie former days
were letter than thee? (or thou dost
net euipiirc wKely concerning this.
ScuiiTLiu:. It is Kiid, the devil can
quutc scripture anyhow thu ('airo
I!' MiKtin is doing it. Having "do
' parted," a refurniation is next expected.
TnoMiisl)K,ciufiK!.-.A naughty per
) - a wkked man, walketh with a fro
ward mouth. Vrowardnessisinhisheart;
duvi-eth niifchief continually; he
oowcth discord.- '. mu,..,
A I'llOMISK ti thkIToi'tii. Hc
h'ld, 1 will send you corn and wine and
"l and ye AiM U wtistied therewith ;
'U iUNjuovo far from von the
northern urmy. Vcur w,t u faml ,
Klad and rejoice. Tie Ji.Lf..
I-i.l.j ii;.i,.,,. r..ii ,
ments. It has legislated here ; its work
f r i 11. "i
is uxeu, anu let us nope ended. 'c
thall not go backward, rm.,S'. (,,.
IIksuv Olkw-8, tho New-Voik bank,
er, is Collector MurphyH candidate to
succeed Houtwell in the treasury de
partment. The only objection urged
ugaines Clews is that he in a foreigner
owing political allegiance to her Uri
tannic majesty alone.
Pouwakii, I)EMO:iurrf. The north
can never be carried Kir a new revolu
tion. We must go forward, and ,,ot
back Wu must demand Kdf-govoru-
ineiii tor all, and guarantee eipjal rights
u every man. .Democrats must bo
Uiiuocratio to Duceccd. John (Juinvy
Dkmwuath everywhero will regret
.liaiu timniioeiofjueiH voornces con
lemplatcs no entire withdrawal from po
litical life ut jhe iloso of his present
ongrewfopal term. Hi8 BQ0 political
desiro, ho wj, in tho nomination of
Heudricka for tho prcidency by the
( Trfr QnitTit'o Tiii-r- T. t tn-VTATION.
Our inheritance is turned to slrnng.
ow, our Jiouos to aliens. Forvnnls
hnvo ruled over ti; tlicro is nono that
doth deliver ti. of their hands.
Tlic crown is hilleii from our head ;
wo uiil) its tliat o liavo sinned.
Tin: Mcnniliis Amuttf. edited by
warriors who foiijlit tlio northern van-
la Im with pen nnd tongue, or rather
with wind and word, is the only jour
nal of any prominence south, which
Iocs not ''depart." The Avulanchr, of
the panic city, edited by a soldier who
saw actual service nt the head of his
regiment during the whole war, pro
claimed for the "departure," long be
fore the lamented Vallandigham gave
shape nnd vigorous life to it.
It AIUCAMSM, nil over the country, is
engaged in abusing Governor Hoffman
lor hi manly proclamation in defense
of the right of parade. The applauso
which ho won from sensible men of all
parties is unbearable to tho littlo
wretches whom "l'rovidenco in his in
'hcrutalablo ways permits to edit radical
'papers . The governor is damned for
wli.it lie did, and would liavo been
damned had lie approved of tho Kelso
order. This is radical logic, and is a
fair sample of radical dealing with any
thing tinged with democracy man or
Tin: New York Jleruhl in publish
ngthc opinions of its city contempora
ries, expressed the da' before the late-
riot, makes the following spicy and gen-
rally correct classification : The New
Vork Commercial AJvtrlitrr, is denom
inated " an amphibious organ, neither
ilemocratie nor republican ;" tho daily
Triluiu " tho organ of unadulterated
radicalism, high tariff and Horace
'Greeley;" the daily Timet, 11 the or
' gan of timid gentility and qualified
republicanism ;" the San, " a popular
'penny luminary that shines for all, ir
respective of (;oIor, or.'iiiL'o, ltccii or
'butternut;'' tho I'vniiny J'ost, the or
gan of " high church radicalism, low
'tariff, political gout and nothing in
'general ;" tho L'cruiw; Mail, " a dan
'gerous journal fur the lower classes,
' printed on straw paper and flavored
With ( (('( vohimie."
Iii:.sm:i!ai. Amnkshv is the panacea
which tho democratic party prescribes
for the political ills which allliet the
south. If ninnc-ly hud been mado
general Including all, excepting no
one Davis, 'I oonihs, Stephens, and the
little baud of malcontents who hover
near them, would have been robbed, by
the clemency and graeiousuess of tho
act, of power to do evil by their reckless
utterances. Invest an opponent of any
kind religious or political with tho
seiublanco of martyrdom, and you add
to ins power. .luff. Davis in his cell, in
Fortress Monroe, owned the hearts of
tho southern people. .Jeff. Davis, re-leai-od,
and placed upon the f-ame foot
ing with those who offended with him
free to go when and where ho would
is not at all the subject of adoration.
as tho manner in which hfs recent ill-.
timed remarks have been received by tho
pre-s and people of tho south will lim
Tin: annual "sympathy period " for
Indians is at hand. Tho ono-sided
friendship of that peculiar 'sect known
as Friends is oozing out in Htirring ap
peals to the philanthropic, in behalf of
red humanity, and in the exhibition at
Air i ii i i
v asnington oi uarliarous warriors,
whose hands are stained with the blood
of their white victims men, woman and
children, in ihe.o appeals, not ono
word is uttered in behalf of the white
settlers of cur frontiers, who are al
most daily subjected to murderous raids
by these same red savages. It is a very
easy matter fur the.-e " Friends," re
moved liuudreds of miles from tho scene
of conflict, and experiencing nothing of
the perils and hardships of life among
the Indians, to declaim of cruelties per
petrated upon the noble red man by
Ins white biothion. The sort of liu-
inanity which holds up the Indian as u
mouei ot innocence and honest v and
ignores ihu tr.,,,hU ,.r those who seek
tho Tar wot rr homes, h not of a char-
lie Miimurt. of mi.. i. . ,
ol citizens anywhere.
ItKlloU) HIM i
"'it Ulcuda has him i...
Ul. I.,,., 1 i '
" " Ull'l I,
n ! lX,"! to retire to
bin family's b(M,i; Ulat
i.-.inrM.ml no iZ. &7! ,,M
, was, could, would r hllouW ;
n a christian; that a radicl
.v.11 u ennsiian ; tiiat a radieil ,.n-
"Older Will steal : Hint II....... "'u-
" t -t Hob Too.,,1,, des n
i'w's, T,:nu,,,,.si.s ;
est, are not ...ore firmly csubli,),, '
- v iiiuihuiii. wo rcaii ins ri.. . .
'gcMed by Morning Ww
knew Golconda bad him. 'u tt,i
.1 . ...... '-l'ai,
"ere can Lio no doubt oi it
ho ' Can any ono bu no dullso
t-'uidd so utterlv iL'tiorant n ..
kaowlcdge of great facts, as to ask this
ijuom'jn in course, wo mcaii the ris
ing great writer of the age. If any ono
tho world is to skeptical should
doubt tho truth ol our assertion, let but
the doubter's eyo fall upon "'J houghts
'suggested by an Karly Walk" and
away in tho twinkling of an eye "ere
1 we can pay: 'U lightens will van
ish all doubt, nnd tho doubter will in
voluntarily exclaim ns wo have done :
"flolgonda has got him sure I"
But let us pass to tho "Thoughts,"
nnd feast upon their richness, revel in
their beauty, surfeit ourselves reader,
you and I upon their gran
deur ; or, to bo more forci
bio, upon their go-randcur
Hero they nro in full in all their
magnificent entirety. Mark thoni well ;
TilOL'OIITS SU00ESTKD II V AN KAIll.Y
It Is IncxnrMcibly bcnutlfvini; to him
who breaks tho fottera of Somnu, in the
early gloaming, nnd adventures nmldst
tho virgin dows that spnrkloliko diamonds
on every blndo of gruss in tho flowery
mead, nnd admiringly gazes into tho cir
cumambient nenvens. j nuns tno icwcicu
stars nro fadlni; in tho corulenn sky. nnd
tho first nuroral blushos suffusing tho
enstcru Horizon : wiicn tno gntes ol morn
swine nolslcssly opon on invlif Iblo hinccs,
nnd Auroar 'rosy-flngcred dnughtor of
mo morning- sirows nowors over me
path of tho advancing chariot of tlio day;
wlion golden floodsjof rosy light pour from
hill-top to vnlloy, nnd batho in heavenly
rofulccnco "tho jiomn of crovos nnd enrnf-
stiro of Holds;" nmid tho joyous cnrolings
of tlio lark, nscond ing in spiral grnnduur,
with mollillnlousnnd cnchnntincmcIodioK.
until lost to your enraptured vision;
when streamlet, nnd rlvor, nnd lako nro
nil nglow with tho shocn of tho majestic
orb of day; it is, I sny, supremely benti-
iving nye, moro spirit-suring tlmn tlio
minstrelsy of wnr to contcmplato tho
grandeur of Nnturo, nnd lot tho sou), like
tlio dews, in rcsponso to tho light of
heaven, oxhalo in ndmlrntlon nnd devo
tion. J.C. K.
Golconda, Ills., July 4th, 1871.
We should say so 1 It is " inexpress
ibly beatifying." There can bo no
more doubt of this than there can be
of the fact that Golconda has htm.
Think of it ! In the early gloaming
the sleeper "breaks tho fetters of
'Somnus and adventures amidst tho vir-
' gin dews that eparklc," etc. Could
any Thought be more beautiful or ex
pressive? It towers and towers and
towers. It will do for " high." It is
the best card in the deck. Itischaincd
lightning itself. Jint then to go on
slowly just imagine tho person who
" adventures amidst tho virgin dew,"
gazing admiringly into tho circumam
bient heavens nt the procisc moment
when the jeweled stars are fading in ce
rulean skies, and " Auroar" is strewing
flowers as described. How grand 1 To
K.'izo into the circumambient heavens
just at that moment, is, wo aro very cer
tain, inexpressibly beatifying. To
sec "Auroar" strewing flowers is, we
should juJge, all that fancy pictures it
to be m nioo. It must be "Auroar"
knows how to strew flowers. She
learned tho trade on tho first day of
creation, but didn't begin to strew them
before tho chariot of tho god of day
until the morning of the fourth, when
tho venerable fellow, for the first time,
druve his fiery horses up the eastern
slope of the sky. He is n gay old boy
and his name is Sol. Ho pays "Auroar"
a fixed salary for strewing flowers before
his celebrated chariot. To see "Au-
'roar" at his work when "golden floods
' of rosy light pour from hilltop to val
' ley amid the carolings of the lark, us-
' cending in spiral grandeur, with inel-
liilulnus and enehautiug melodies,"
is is ntty. e are lelt soinewtiat in tne
dark as to whether tho nsceuding is
done by the carolings or tho lark ; but
what ol that! Genius often drifts mtoob-
seurity. This, however, is beyond
doubt: the ascending is done in a
proper manner "with mcllifluloui and
'enchanting melodies, and in spiral
' grandeur." If anybody can get
up a better kind of grandeur
than the spiral sort we would like to be
informed of tho fact.
Hut why pursue tho subject further?
Tho "Thoughts" need no comment,
They speak for themselves, and are, in
our opinion, n vory big thing either on
ice on in tho heat of summer. In tho
whole range of Knglish litoraturo there
is nothing like them. Thoy staud
alone, una provo tneir nutnor to
bo the coming writer of tho age. And
i . i i
Golconda has got him. There can, ns
wo said before, bo no doubt of it. Not
NKWS KHOM AM, I'AltTS 01' SOUTIIKU.V IL
LINOIS CHOI' 1TKMS NOTES OF TIIK
KltUlT KKUIONS FUCKS AND 1IUIKILA-
l lh!" UNION COUNTY.
A dozen fruit cars lcuvo Cobden
Tho Gazette eluini9 that Joucsboro Is
tho hunlthlest town in Illinois.
Threo thousnnd boxes of peaches are
being daily shipped from Anna.
Tho trial of Atkins for tho murder of
D.ivis will come beforo tho Circuit Court
Sheriff Ilillemun has a lino peach
erup, mid (hips about threo hundred box
es of fruit daily.
Messrs. Charles Chnstnnd Frank Noi
hour lmvu the contract for building tho
new Jan. Tho work will commence this
-tiov. Iioughorty and wtto left Jones
boro on Monday l,t -.n a vWIt to West
nt, vvhero thoy ilftVe n son who Is a stu-
-Two littlo loys of Auim, agol
DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1871.
" ,,c! c7; mvo lo Ity dollar a
riches from tlI0 tro0, , tho,p
"llio net, crop is so largo hero that
omo . h leu ty Is oxporiunced in proper
y distributing It. A lino opportunity
is otlored to porsons to buy boro for tlio
purpose of shipping to points outsido of
wncnijo, nnu money could bo profitnbly
invested. Ponchos can bo bougbt nt vory
low rates, nnd thoro nro no buyers In tho
-Half n dozen now buildings nro or
will bo in courso of erection in Metropolis
tho present month
A son of John W. Kclcs has boon suf
fering for some days from tlio bllo of n
spider, which caused convulsions and sc
Mr. J. King is putting up nhnudsomo
residence In tlio north part of .Murphys
boro. Preparations nro being mado by tho
M. K. church, south, for iinold tlmocnmp
meeting, to commence tho third Sunday in
August nnd Inst one week.
Tho tobacco crop Is suffering (or want
Chicken cholora U depopulating the
coops at Harrlsburg.
Tho sidewalks of Ilnrrlshurg nro in
such u condition that pooplo hnvo "to keep
both eyes open, step high nnd go slow" to
"Mite" societies nro still in vocuo In
Tho rust has hnd n had effect on tho
onU crop of Pope county.
The M. K. Church buildlnc In Gol
condn is nearly completed.
The Golcondn Mills, sometlmo sinco
destroyed by fire, aro being rebuilt.
On "Wednesday evening Dr. Schuch
nrd's storo was brokon into nnd robbed of
over two hundred dollnrs worth of goods.
A destructive tiro nt Now Llborty,
on Inst Tucedny morning burned tho dry
goods storo of Dr. Gooch nnd tho grocery
storo of Frnnlt Stownrt, with cvorythlng
they contnined. Tho loss Is $7,000, with
insurunco or $1,000.
Shnwnoctown is to hnvo a calaboosn.
New wheat is plontiful in tho Shaw
oeuiown rnnrKct nt si.uu nnu ?i.iu n
Tho Mercury ndvocntcs tho building
of n $20,000 school house, ns n t;ood moral
nnd ilnnncial invostment.
Kcnl estate, situated In Gallatin coun
ty, to tho value of $30,000, owned by AV.
V. James, changol hands last wcok.
Tho saloons will hnvo to closo up in
Shnwncetown. lly tlio volo of lust Mon
duy, no spirituous or intoxicating liquors
maybosold in that town hereafter.
Tho Mercury says:
" On Tuesday last, near this city, our
fellow-citizen, John 'Wischont, beenmo on
tangled in tho tumbling sliuft of n throsh
ing mnchino nnd buforo tho inachino
could lio stopped ho was badly bruised nnd
had ovory jiarticlo of Lis clothing torn
from his person. Mr. "V. was soriously
injured but it is believed that ho will soon
.ludgo Ureoso is ngoin sick nnd has
hnd to postpnno n contemplated trip up
Itosn IScnhcur stayed in Pnris durinir
tho war nt tior place nt J-'ontuinoblonu, and
was not moicsteu.
Mrs. John Allmond, of Norfolk.
claims to bo llio llrst American lady who
tins gono around lh world by steam.
Tho Kov. J. S. 0. Abbott Is n fulso
prophet. In his "Lifo of Nupoleon' he
predicted Hint tho sculpturnl figure which
lntoly crowned tho column Vendeme
would remain thoro forovor.
Miss G'hrlstino Nllsson, thouch she
hns exchanged her city nbodo for n coun
try resort, nnd doos not Intend returning to
.Now lork until tho full sols In, Is nono
the less diligontly working In anticipation
or tlio opont season then to hogln. Hor
labors are prosecuted with tho co-oporation
of tho cminont maestro Slgnor Carlo
Virginia S.indoM, tho beautiful and
accomplished daughter of Hon. Goorgo
jn. bunders, lonnoriv of Carroll county.
KoutucKy, nnd once the consul to London,
nnd ono of tho loaders of tho rebellion,
Uleu ol n broken Jioart in Canada lately,
hnving boon deceived into a marringo
with Princo Conturino, who was an im
pjstor, a bigamist, nnd ft scoundrel,
Tho Memphis Appeal thinks tho
South hns "fallon upon strnngo t'mos
when Southern men proposo to hour
Horuco Groohiy eponk whllo domnndliic
that a gag bo plncod upon tho mouth of
The Sprlngflold, Mass., llepuUican
expresses tho following vory candid
opinion of tho democracy: "A crcut
deal has been said about tho dead demo
cracy. Thoso who think it is dead suro
ly nover road tho story of tho resurrection.
Thoro will bo signs in thu heavens and
on tho earth in 1872 whon this democratic
party golilts soldiers In tho Held."
Of.lho stato campaign in Ohio this full,
tho Cincinnati Jimjuirer says; "Tho ox-
teuslvo list of nppointmouts to bo tilled by
the bcstdcmocrntlc speakers in Ohio, givo
evldenco that tho slnto conimitteo mean
business, und that wo nro to hnvo an nctlvo
nnd vigorous campaign. Tho indications
for carrying Ohio nro becoming vory prom
ising indeed. iThlngs hnvo not looked as
well elnco 1807."
TIIK VKKLINO AOAI.VST KKI.S0.
I From tho Now York Hun
At ltrvnnt's Opora House, last ovonlnr?.
.Tno. L. Hall snug tho following lines to
tho music of tho Mablo "Waltzes. Uo
lia'l to repeat them throo timos :
on hkh my opinion or biipermionu t nonui
Thu aunwur 1 will nt iiuiother
Just wrap him up in tlio American
Ami ktmhlin for lila mother.
THE KINO OF TERRORS,
WHOM IlISSIIArTS HAVE STHUCK IN KOVIT.
In Metropolis, on last Mondny oyonlng,
of n congosllvo chill, Mr. James JCk.v
NKDV, nged 03 yenrs. ' i
In tho snmo plnco, nhoon Atondny
night, infnnt child of Mr. Gco. 'CuIvor.
Near Stonofort, hi Snllno county, on
tho night of tho 7th Inst., Mrs. Klizaiikth
ltANUot.ru, nftor n short illness.
In Jonesboro, on Sundny morning,
July tilh, 1871, nftor nn nflllction of many
years, Ihaao Nkwton Sitton, nged nbout
21 years, son of I. D. Hilton.
In Cobden, on Thursday of lm t weok
David Sumnkii, Esq., ono of tho most-ro-spcotcd
citizens. ' ' j
In Snllno county, on tho 9th InsiJ
Mrs. Mahy Cain, wife of Cnpt. T. 3
Cain, uftcr n long Illness.
SHIPS ON THE SKA.
t TOM HOOD.
Ilnunehotl a lnillop"oM"iie ,
I wiole ' Ambition" rounJ thp prow ;
II ""preail Iwforo lliobrecte fre
V lillo broku llio.WKto. txaralli tlio bow.
The calm Krjr Vj of early morn
Wn fleck.l hdiI burrd'U with eol.lcn clou J,
A"tS,",,fr.J ,fl" "mu was Uirnp,
lliit cro the sun Vnld'hearen dumb,
Tlio storm-wrack mounted up the iky,
Tlio innld'oinK b grtw po wilh lom,
Anil lurid lightning loapoa lh.
lljck, bck mr Illll Ik4 wasMrlTen.
-pTi'16 '?r,,Xe ren.lhe cinrnt rcntj
Tlllon tho Khoro Its limbora riron,
The breakers icattorod as theyeprnt.
AnJ yet another tiny boat
renlng'ii dim decline.
1 hum; a lantern On the mail',' 1 ' 1 1
A Klow-worm apark which faintly burn'd,
That by Iho slender ray It caat, ' 1
My shallop'a course It might be discerned.
Night closed around tho lated bark;
t. Ane R!rnln cresnet drown i
For in tho alienee and the dark
Of middle night the "Hope" went dpwn.
And now I sit upon tho aliore,
The Jem ol alt that waider there;
And on tho aand for eTcrmoro
1 writo tho slnglejword, Oiapalr."
KXTItACTS K110M HIS SERMON IIKLIVKIIKD
THE SUNDAY J'llEVlOUH TO Till! WOT.
"Remember thnt we aro in a frea conn.
try and that vou voursoWoi worn imtru.
mental in making tho laws which you nro
now uskcu anu expccicu to obey.
"With all mv soul I entreat vnn. Trii
Catholics, to mako no counter uemonstra-
tions ot any kind."
"Ay rcsistaneo on vourftho Cathnlin'j
part to tho authorities or violation of tho
laws would bo tho most griovous of crimes
and the most dishonorable of deeds."
-vision, increiorc, to tno voice or your
church, which Is tho volco of God. Oboy
llT f - 1 At St . . .
iiu.T ihu wuiiiuiuuus oi iiiu ciiurcii wnicu
nro the commands of God, and thus your
causo will bo peacefully and gloriously
"No matter what thoy may intend, thoso
who would interfero violently with this
procession, ana cnuangor tno pcaco of the
community on such grounds, would be
greater enemies oi lrisnmcn ana Catholic
uy man mo urangemcn themselves."
"Lot thoso Orangtaicn alone. Let them
severely alone. Let them parado until
thoy get tired. Tlio public scntimont will
condemn them. It is ready to do so now
if you do not change it. Public opinion
.aagniiist mum, out u you violently inter
icro wuu tuom it win do against you."
"I earnestly oxhort overy Catholic to
uowaro ot even going noar that Urango
procession on "Wednesday next, if it is to
laxc plnco ot nil, nnu 1 liopo it is not. '
With nil mv soul I on treat vou. Irish CV.h
ollcs. to niaico no counter demonstration of
"Avoid them (thoOrnnKomen). If vou
punsuo anv other courso undor the lead of
tnose uanirorous sociotles that liavo boon
uescribcu to you lrom this altar to-day as
too cursooi our onurcn. tnen vou win com
mit n crime acainit vour God nnd vour
country by disturbing tho public jwnco
ana resisting tno consiuuieuauinoritioi."
"I AVaiin all Paeknts. Husiiands
and BnoTUEits to go to their employ
ments anu attcnu tneir usual avocations
ai usual on "Wednesday next, and to ro-
vurn poacoiuuy to inoir Homes in the
evening, as though no such temptation to
do evil was over thrown in their wy. Lot
Catholic mothers nnd wives and listers
romain nt their homes nud attend to thoir
homo duties, and allow no unworthy
curiosity to draw them near this Orango
"Avoid Them ah You "Would any
Otueu Pksts. If you pursue any other
uuunsu unuor tno leou oi tnose uangorous
societies thnt have been described to you
from thisnltnr to-day as tho curse of our
Church, thon you will commit a crime
against your God nnd your country by
uioiuruiup iuu jiuuiic pcaco anu resisting
tho constituted authorities j you will com
mit u most grievous blunder by falling
into tno very trap mat is lata roryou."
aoes of eminent men.
M.Thlorsis 74 years old, and succeods to
an emporor agou U3. Tlio King of Russia is
tho snmo ago us Thiers. Von Moltko is 70.
r.. u no l t i - - . '
uii jujuiii, uo, biiu immune ui only.
Princo Gortschakou'is 71. Lord Iluuoll
is nonrly 80; 3Ir. Gladitono 03, Gulrot 80,
Do Iternusot 74, St. Marc Girnrdin 70,
Dufnuro 73, V. Hugo CO, Cromieux 76,
and Jules Fuvro 02. Tho Duo do Namou.
rs is 57 yoars old, llio Princo do Joinvillo
oo, tno uucir Aumalo 40. and tho Oomtn
do Chambord 01. Gambotta is onlv 82.
nnd tho Comte do Paris 33. Juloi Bimon
lunged 57, Loro GranYillo,6p,iaoa. Louis
111 ii no Aft '
tiif II ltnllllnr. .nl la llm
torlstiotltloKivcn by its French discover.
or tc a curious .'process1 by which tho beat
oi mo sun can uo nxoaina closed vessel
10 as to bo used at will. A T860 construc
ted lor tho purpose is of the suri'a rays,
when it is hermoticallv soalod with n
cork, through which a small hole has been
drilled. Upon holding a powerful lens
boforo thisliolo, aud con vcrcinir tho impris
oned rays 'on tlio wick of a ondle about a
yard distant, tho candlo is lighted 'almost
instantly. Tho discovery is certainly
a most curious one, and may .provo of
- . . ! - . , . . . 1 1 ! i . .
ii i. prnciicui uiiiuy, . i
ttt?" A uovornmcnt ncont has been sont
abroad, chargod withtlfo duty of ascertain
ing whether nny European power Is con
niving nt or propetwtini; nnv violations
of international law; in tho shipment of
criminals to this country. Tho statistics
oi tno past ten or nitcon years liavo de
monstrated tho oxistonco of this scandalous
practice, nnd it is now nnnonncod that our
government hns rccontly dlscovorod now
facts which inculpate tho foreign agents of
ISTPupor petticoats having conio into
fashion, tho following advertisement there
of nppoars in England i "3tadamo Percalo
bogs to cull the attention of ladios
about to visit tho souido to her now and
richly embroidered paper pottlcoati, at ono
shilling each. Bach petticoat contains an
Installment of a now novel of creat domosj
tio interost , by Anthony Trollopo, entitled
Tutks aud FrtU: Th atory will bo COW
pleto in fifty weekly petticoats."
t nuntureii on me nuoirrbri
And "Ilopo" about tho urow 1
'iwaa launched at e
"Wo hnvo seen many recipes for making
various summer boors, hut tho ono wo glvo
below Is porhnps as good ns nny. It dlll'crs
"om n formula In n standard text book on-
'ymhuvlni; a largo Inercaso of lemon !
inkooflUceglngor (bruised) four oun-
cos : bitftruato of potash (cronm of tartar)
threo ounces j ntlk them, then ndd five
Cf' ,al,lor ther) sugar, and eight
m.0"" "Pn wh'kh our Uvo g'nl-
ion ,b0i"nWtt.t0r- Rrtand twebvo
hours, thon add a toacupf.m of vcast .nnu
strong cord or wire. In two dnv, t. wm
bo ready for use. . '
Another tdoaKant ilp'lnb. i. 11 .l i.t '
. m. , -. " 19 VUUVU OIK)..
bet. This, or tho shorbot wo refer to, la
mndo by nddlng.the vJnegnf of aomo fruit
to cold water. Tho amount of tho vlncoar
required Uiinnll, not over an ounco to
the plat ot wator; henco lt can bo onslly
kept aim inn tulnuto a tfcfmkliln .nut
for HWkmar may any tlm U uahufactur-
- 'BARCLAY 33ROS.,
I;. .llflU LBVEE,
AT IIAKCI.AVs' DRUO 8TOKK.
FaaKii BtrrtT, )ilt.
MOCKING HIM) FOOD
ill aiinr rua ( witiiovt Taiitma
Jf K I. M II 0 1,11' g
L f CATAWI1A 1 f
i CATAWI1A iJ
'E CAT AW II A ) i(
mil ul- nr
1IK I. MHOI. B'N MR DICINKN
i 1 - I
mesh rnoM tirst hands,
Alxaya In slock in large Miptily, and for aala b
PEESH 33IiXTE X.ICIC
J V H T It K 0 H I V K D
rrNby IkeUUM.Balllr orUalloa
Extka Kink Coloone;
ISGenuine Imi'oktkd Extract;
9IlAfR, Tooth and Nail Hkusiiks;
9India Ruiiiieu Nukseuv Goo-
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Heal Kra.tr in largo Moi'k ainl a
ricly, cry cheap;
a uo s
Full Line ok CViLoitt,
tar am. in oil;
Paint Ilrimlipa, l.in.c-. nil,
Whitcwaoli I -lilies, Tur-iilln,
Varn'ches Kir, ii.'
ALL alMX ASU ITAMUAKII (l'ALITIM
FOllWAUDINO and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Ami Agent of
Ohio Kltrr aud VawiMlia
70 Ohio Levee,
A ilollmof earlr indiaoretioa. causlnu nerrotia
debility,' premature decay, uto., hafinK tried in
vain ererjr advtrtiaed remedy;, baa dlaoorered a
alaaplomeaaa ofaejf.cure, which he will aend for
hltfellowuflerera. Wdreaa, J, U.'flnTLB, 1
Avwsa ibciimbs si., new Tor'
noOKN, ajAAIf, KTCl
W. W. THORNTON,
ul1nus, window gi.a.sh,
Office on Tenth St.,
Ilclttvcu I'auiinrrclnl and Wntlilnirtou
AOK.NTS lor Jtfjck IUtm 'ar (iimpany'a
HhralliinK VrU ami tjuarli Oniont.
aii.t ,0,,n'" Imiirornl Hoofing alwayi on
W. H. ilOKlily,
II. II. CANIIKK
No. l'ul,, anJU.H. :,iu.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
NORTH AMERICA, I'A.,
- , .i,ll,Sll II
- i,Mi,m m
Ant l .
INTKItNATIONAL, N. V,
..7l,9 7 00
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL I. IKK,
A""1! ..3o.ujo.ao oo
traveler's, HARTKORD, LIKE AND
M.... l.WO.OKJ W
RAILWAY TASSENOERS' ASSUI1ANCK
SAFI-OItl), MORIUS ic OA NUKE,
71 SlUlu ltr.
City Nallonal Bank, CAIRO, II. I..
PiRE AND MARINE
XIAOARA, N. T.,
A"""1'' $I,,J18 28
OERMANIA, N. Y,
i"t ..i.ocs.ia w
1IANOVEU, N, V.,
A MU rH&KV)
IIEI'UIILIC, N. Y.,
(,'imilirliilnK the Underwriters' A0rncy.
YONKERS, X, Y.,
At-l" M 878,44 IS
AMi .,.... .4i3,t!IS S3
. firemen's Vund, 8. V.,
HECURITY, V. Y. MARINE,
As.ctn. 1,102,81a CO
STORE, Dwelling, Furnituro, Hulls and Car.
goea, inmircd at rates aa favorable as aouuJ,
permanent aecuriiy will warant.
I resnwtlully auk or ilie oitfaena or Cairo, a
aliaro o their patronage.
I i , C. . IIUU1IM1,
1 ,Ofllie-at First Nallooalll ant
P. S. MU1UIAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
MAS REMOVED VROH TERRY HOUSE
BRICK liUILDING on SEVENTH ST.
. orrosiTE winter's block,
HE bis Rreatly Improrcd bla
now on hand all kinds of'
stock, and ba
HE nAS MARKED DOWN FRIOES
To tli lowest living Hgur.i, and he Intlks lb
iiruaagu ui iiic jiuuiic.