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(J. WINSTON A CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (second noon) oiuo levee,
UUV AND Sf.I.Ii REAL ESTATE,
PIIKN'ISII ABSTRACTS OK TITIjK'
! I lifrfum fnmi'Hiii'i" nf Kiinl
CENT UAL HOUSE,
Vlllii ItMcr. Illinois.
TIMOTHY COVL, Proprietor.
U one ot Hi" beat n) fineat anloona in (tie conn
ty ml la nipjillert wltli the l.t wlnca, liqucrs
and laccr U-er. The frojirlplor invltm patronage,
romlnlos 'o treat them hl patron wrllnndto
Iriti- lliorn tho lM In tho shot. which la the heat
t Villa llidfte. Jy2"lf
CORKER SIXTH and "WALNUT-ST.,
(Entrance on Hlxth-M.,)
v. i n.v..
II. C.C&dy, V CINCINNATI, OHIO.
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0AKK9, CADV A CO. froprie lorn.
couyznciAL-Avr.svK, oitomite r. o.,
jojirn Bxuf, :
The Hocst is Newly Fvumsued
And utten to Ulo Iiubliu (iriUjlBsit .-ictuiiiliiu.Jii-tionn
at riu,M.til)i mli'H.
0iKiMliilitil''iktbmc.i, imti Ixlh ttrut Ixilwmn
riiij l.i.tme haalman thoroughly nm-liull,
rrfuruiHlmd i-wl rtnuiaWii, ul i nvw oiiiXot
ten m-rplion of fcuu.U. Tlin rooms nir 1.11 Uti'i
Mul fell leulilliluJ, out anhltare new. IIVUu
HOUSE JIOVER AND BUILDER
I trejareJ to lo all lcia.l- of
HOUSE M0V1KG, HOUSE RAISING
KEPAIIilSO OF EVEUY UESCKIPTION
ON Till MftJT ntAfONAT.Lt TtUMS.
on Center street, next door to llio nn wliool
liouo. or mldref-fd to the care of I'. O. lioxli-
lor the llnllttln othec, will receite prompt utten
MOKNIKO. AUOUbT 27, 1871.
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One vnrty carrier, In mil mice
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tin mtttatt tht iKtJrtttinQi Qt mUUiueit ttn.hr,
mierprinng tuinui win.
THE DOLLAIt WEEKLY JIULLET1.V.
John II. OU-rly Co. hiie rnhicn.1 tho mh.
rcni'tion prir,. of tho Weekly Cairo llulleti to
One Mint prrmnim, making H If,,, chcapent p.
it puMi.be.! tuljiilheru lllinolH.
I'vr Presitleut, 1871!,
JAMES 11, DQOlilTTLE,
1 i '
Suhicct To the. ifct.noji (, the. tl'iimint
. ocrtitic contention.
ITli- New Vorlc (VorhlonHenamr Doollltlo.
Ilii record jj au cvniistrut and unttir
nitliat that it may be li.ened In ti itraiyhl
t.iir ilritwn aerms a pimlea clear bairn.
ii-.. H-. net by tlc jluctiwtiuy ulmusiicrc.
tin Hly ycuri."
, h . n .fa by Senntr faitHe, .l,lutrcl t He
liutt, in Jv;s.
, ' "."."".'Jj?. ,''tnilluprtipo.iM tn
. in- i-oplrof Uuiuni un.r ih-y hu.l h
l' ii. iK.li.tU.jiiiK iiiiJ ImJ l,..cu pui iloHiihy
....... . i tlmt po;-r. Whcr) ,1Ur,iinii
.i . ,r iTJ"":' ',WI'!', "I,u" '" "i
I. i ..Hi HiVl Him r.eiinlii i.f l.itu.n. ,i . J.
L.. . . , -- iii-'ir wrpi
Railway freiKhU from New-York
city to tho west have recently bc-u
largely reduced by leading" roads
Pricen aro now lower than they have
been at uuy Hm during the war o,
Binco its cloho.
J "wiiapolis Journal, a Radical
newspaper, think that ' the gentlemen
of tho uationnl Republican executive
committeo h uro mtutUl,.
iiuriairB jn 0Il tll0 gan J)om
que,t,on through the country, have
adopted u jioor plan for nervW Ul0
Republican party. If the San Do-
mingo uuBineKs ih not dead, tho
erit ie allowed to die the betti
It does not reriuiro tho unwilling
praii-o of Huch intensely rudical iicwh
pujiera as tlio 'Chicago Kvcnlnj l'ott to
eourinco tne ueuiocracy of the whole
country that tho party in Wi&conhin ban
nhowu wisdom and tact in the selec
tion, not only of Th. Doolittlo as itn
)ndidato for governor of tlio Btatc, but
U'-ii-m r,iBk ....... V.. .- ,.VIJ""M'"lB I """i' "" luuuur aim nearer, v isl
;?;r:.-";'.,.'rii'i'?V','.,f''S' 'uu 'ih?m Pf'l'w ho bears, and boar w
-.,( a .,,,u imV NWBiri;"" CUH rosu "1' before us.
"fiVft AXohadbeen on tho , Wr for hour,
:;,rKruw:tvSSS w,,ul lJ,1 wu,lld,il u,ow
a. 0. the .oieri,nJul(,rv .,f ii.V.'.V. "u '. """u ' " HlOUKlit 0nCo Wo would trv
muwt 1 .1
in flic clioico of every Individual man
itIio.'o nnmo help (o fill up (lie ticket
Hut it b gratifying to douiocrata that
such an array of names forces tho Post,
known to be proverbially litter and un
fair toward all pcrfons of democratic
jiroc'liTitie!1, io ncKuowiuugo ino merits
of the ticket, and warn tho radical par-
tv that nothing but untiring labor can
wrc.-t a victory from the hands of tho
Silk tin Mrs with brocaded flounces
nro ro'iiln In fuslilon ngnln tills winter.
Hamburgh embroidery Is now used
for trimming wintor dresses nnd silks.
-Tho now stylo of dresses In tlirco col
ors nro culled llo "patchwork custom.''
Somo very bountiful nock luco lmvo
Just nppeurcd, mndo of Imlr, rut with gold,
nnd linked together with Inrgh gold stars.
Tlio favoritu fur for next winter will
bo chinchilla, Russlnn, nnd Alaska sables.
.Krinino and mink nro entirely out of fash
ion. Some very beautiful costumes, which
lmvo lust nrrived from 1'nrls. lmvo tho
waist, which Is bnsque-siiapcd, nn ontlroly
illiluront color from tlio dross.
Somo very olegnnt blnck lace veils
liavo a border of laco ornamented with
small blnck cut bends and long ends to
fasten at tlio back of tho bonnotor hnt, or
namented in tho same manner.
Long Scotch plaids hnwls are worn by
many ladies In preference to waterproof
cloaks, being Just as Impenetrable as tho
waterproofs, and aro much more becoming,
ai wall as convenient in traveling.
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cnvji o. v. n. i.
QUI' ON A
"SIX JAPANESE GENTLE3IEN."
THE DEAR OLD TOWN 01" MID
DliEJimtY. .Mirpixrtniv, Vr., AiujuhI 18, tan.
'Ib the Eu.ior of The Cura Bulletin
"Wu lmvo oneo muru rnturnod to civili-
,.ntion, iiftor it round trip of tlfty nues
among tho motmtaina an a troutin.5 expe
dition. Twinty miles out of tho t-venty-
rlvu of tho -vty thither wjro "up hill,"
pausing through the towns of New Havem
No w ILavon ililu, Bristol fthe foot of the
mountain), and Lincoln, situated on and
all over the mountain, and as far up tho
sides of the samo as it was possible to find
Our road lay by tho sido of the Now
Hnven river, which wo followed for fifteen
miles, when it "forked" north and south.
AVo took the latter, which, in a few miles,
forkodagiiin, .or rnthor twiccs, as throo
brooks hero mndo tho commencement of
tlih river. Tho rynd wrn in MilonJiJ or
- ..ulH v-,. , mu lust
five miles, which wcro steep and rough.
Finally, wo rear-lied tho Inst clearing
nnd house, up the sido of tho mountain
iiml in tlio heart of tho forest. Tho old
woodcutter, who lived in n littlo log hut at
this plnco (wlicro ivo left our horses), was
milking eomo bear traps, and gave us tlio
pleasing information fwlilch, ut tho samo
tiitio, sent tlio cold chills down our back,)
that, but a few days previous,
A I.AISOK 1II.ACK llEAlt,
weighing orcr three Iiunilrc pou,h, hnJ
been cuuglit in a trnp and afterwards shot,
wilhin n milo of u, und on the brook wo
wero to fish. As tho ttalo rmvs a bouritv
of !?20 on all boar scalpi, It Is nn object to
catch tliem. Tlio old fellow had several
setln tlin vicinity, and wished us to go and
seii them. Wo declined, but told him tlmt
from tho bottom of our heart, wo wished
Hint hU trap, at that very moment, woro
full of l -nrs, nnd nUo volunteered tho as
sertion, tlmt, If wo tnet any bears, wo
woJiM start them towards hit tru;u. Tlio
oiuj man cuucKied, nmt mid ho did not
know which would, xturl Itrxt. (tJorrcct.)
A'e soon reuched tlio brook, und never
hail liner sport. Wo hhall not say how
many wo caught, m it would not bo be
lieved ; but if any of your readers wish to
seen sample of tho kind, tlioy will find
thorn in 11 framed pietun- in tliuuloou at
tfioj.St. I'linrlcj-ii icrfict photu uf tlio
wholu outllt. J.ato in llio iiftorneon, be
coming somewhat weary, wo luidourtolvcs
out under n big pino to tuko
TAKE A lLll:i' SMOKE.
Soon wu heard tyiimlliing in tho woods.
Wujimmcdiutuly ussiimed 11 perpuiidicu
lur jioMtiou and listened acutely. Tho
llrulu out of countenance, knowing
that tho power of tho human oyo hud oven
been known to rnako a leopard chanye
V''i; but wo camo to tho conclusion
that it was no uood- ulncu to trv onwri.
uients of tlmt kind on tlio top of u moun
tain and tovorul miles from nnywhore, to
we tinjointed our polo nnd made iironarn
tlflrn I.. ..i... ... ..
... iiiuhu "irncKs us soon as we
wr tho.o of u10 boar Kuarer CBna t)io
and whirled round to tso atuln thur
W.VWV 111 UM kl (tllkB
A COLITAKY t'lHIIEKMAK,
puna, nnu tuus camu
US UIlOXtiCMtdlv. aim,, 1.
j wen, 1 ... . ,.
" fatt. would t,. ".:"hUWU. 10 kU0 J'""i
the brook divided us. w "l
eljnr which ho
W(j l)rolTi.r,.il ht.n
Uit.V .',.1 ..
Abo.it 6 the aftornoo,. I1" ' r.01Uh:
up" and soon wero on our way
moun;.in. At 8 o'clock It wh, 7,
that wo tied up for tbo night at thBh.,ul0
Of ft y-clntivd In Now llnvnr, f... .....
'i mu urunvnes, anu wo
at once ,-l,iu,B(;a our base to tho oj.posito
do of t ho brook i doubloquiek.twomo
lions. Justus wo clambor..d .... .1,.. 1
) eru. dm. ,l, 1... 1 ... .
from horo, and tho next day wo roturnod
homo in prlmo order nnd condition.
Allddlobury has n sensation In tho pros
SIX VOVSO JAPANKHE 0E.VTI.EMKN,
who you romombor woro sent to this coun.
trv Inst spring to bo oducntod nt tho ex-
peso of their government. Tholr design is
to cntor tho 1'olytcchnlo Instituto at
Jlrooklyn, Now-York, this fall. At prcs-
ont thoy nroundor charge of their tutor,
l'rof, Kellogg, who is a gradunto of Mich
igan.Collcgo nnd a professor In .tho lostl-j
lute; nnu noro, nmiu iuu ijuiet ui ni nu
England collcgp, tho JnpanosQ are taking
their first lesson In tho English languago,
preparatory to tholr ontorlng tho Institute
They nro bright-looklng young taqiiAun
dcr tlio medium stzo, nnd rosemblo tho
Chinese, with tho exception that thoy aro
belter looking. They havo adopted our
style of dress nnd customs, oven to cutting
tho hair short nnd wearing it partod be
hind. Ono of them is of royal blood, be
ing. a '
VR1XCR AND NBl'HEW OF THK TYC00K,
with good prospects of ovcntually succeed
ing him to tho lurono. l'rof. Kellogg
tolls us that thoy nro dolightcd with tho
country, and nro also quick to learn, very
Inquisitive, and, at tho samo time, high-
tonod and honorablo young mon. 1
"Wo cannot closo this scries of letters (as
this is probably tho last w shall writo
you from this place) without saying a few
words nbout this, to us, doar old town.
Mlddlobury rocolvcd hor chartor In 1702,
109 years ngoj nnd as it appears, reached
tho renith of prosperity, as regards popu
lation, in 1830, nt which timo tho town
contained 3,4GS people. In 1870,
K0UTY YEA1W AFTER,
wo Und llio census reports a,uso oniy.
This, however, is quite a gain over tho
provlous decade of 1SC0. For thlrty-Dvo
years tho town appeared to remain In
statu quo. V. ithln tho past five years,
however, the peopld have awoke from
sir TAX WIXKLl
sleep, and have gone to work with renew!
energy. Old hemestuada have been taken
down, or built over sad malsrniioJ ; now
and hundsomo residences hava been built,
and within the puit tea years a magalli
cunt graded school ediSce haj bsa erected,
at a cost of aua.-ly fiO,000, and said to be
tho finest buiMin of the kind in the State.
Tho opening of tho
has brought capital here, which is being
spent with a lavish hand. We have ono
one hotel, the Addison House, which Is
now crowded with guests, all of whom are
charmed with tho great variety of sconeryi
the many beautiful drives and places of
interest in this vicinity. Though nostled
under tho mountains, yet, by tho aid of the
Vermont and Canada railroad, we are
brought in easy communication with tho
outer world. A rido of flvo hours takes us
to Saratoga Sprins, south from hore J or
north, six hours to Montreal ; south-oast,
olght hours to Boston , and s'outh nnd
south-west, nine hours to New York. "We
Imrn t" " " lt 1 1 froui TU
ton at 3.30 p. in.; and trom Now York,
Cairo and St. Louis (tho latter thrco days
old) at C.30 p. m.
Tho town is beautifully located on tho
banks of Otter' creek, and but flvo miles
from tho base of tho extensive Groen
Mountain range, which bound our horixon
on tho cast. On tho west, wo aro but 12
miles from Lako Champlaini '"Wo wcro
neyer'in a plnco where "wealth was moro
equally di.tributod. Kono aro extremely
rich, or encumbered with a plethora of
monoy, und none aro extrcrnclv noor.
Nearly all own their homesteads nnd
handsome grounds uttachedj and almost
every ono hni his " Rlack Hawk" or
"Morgan" to rido after. (You know this
county Addison Ii famous, tho country
OTor, for raising tho above stock.) Wo
havo some Irish and Fronch Canadians,
who work inostly in tho marblu quarries j
nnd, what is singular, wo havo but ono
MAN AND lIKOTHKIt,
and in a now importation this spring (a
knight of tho razor,) Htid what is moro sin
gular, wo have notn single Gorman among
us no boor, consequently no Germans.
TlioMaino liquor law is In full force.and if
ono wants to imbibe ho must got it from
the town agent dn a physician's pro,cription
or from tho drug store. Although ro
mnrknbly hoaHjiy herp, tho druggist bui
nes.s in oxlremely goil nt all times.
And now having finished Middlebtlry,
wo want to say a fow words about
CAIllO, "OUU KlItHT I.OVK."
and thou bring this lengthy upistla to a
close, Wo notice all tho Into Uui.lktins
nro full at Friendly undun-Fricndly com
munications, and wo nro anxious to sou
how tho samo will culminate", as wo foresoo
it mukt bsforo long. Wo think your
champion will do to work with tho "Auto
crnt of all tho Rustlana," and that, ho Is
evidently a llrm bollover in the old coup
"A Fntml In ned
m h irnun in kj."
Astho needlo.iivor constantpoints sllontlv
and steadily to tho north, atar, p; doipnr.
it,......!... , . 1 v..
"iriionny point towards uairo, no
mattor whom wo are, and natlentlv wait
for tho golden days in store for-hor future
prosperity, which seem so often to appoar
"so nour, uud yet to far.'' Notwlthstand
lng which, wu try to be as avor, .cqnUut-
"'i j. u. It. T.
TUB WISCONHIN N0M1KATI0NH.
(Front thoChlcaxo l'oi, ItadlcalO
V. .V01"0"11110 otftti Uonventlon held
ut Madison, vestunlnv l . .r ..
(l " . 7 .1 iiiuuii vt H
now Oeparturo in its result that It will call
iiirau e iiorgeiio canvass on tho part of
iiiii iu jirusurvo inoli old ma or -ty.
Hon. Jns. R. Doolittlo rmUi
j.i.iiu.1, uiiniiiiuuua nomination for Gover
nor on mu uriiv uauoi. xno rost of tlio
iitKut. noieeieu wiiu equal unanimity, is
as fqllows: For Lieutenant Governor
. .. """'"""i u "lofJintc, Bill
ton Montgomery; Troasurcr, Autonlvlaus
Attornov Gonora). Kdward H
State Prison Comm Isslbnor. L. ji 5
7!1I,l'!r"1,londt)"1 of Instruction, E.
rnnnr, aim lor commissioner or JJuil.
grntion, Jacob Uowdon. Tho candldatos
soeni to have been very carefully solnctod
V.,n.7.Tn 1 1 ""ul,u iues nave not
ITU IL t.lll.H .IT ,i,rm m..l.n... . '
v.. ,,, ... ..it,, a oonnoetiou for manv
years past. Montpomnrv ir
tho Held of batttttraBg sorvoO d Z
tho wholo war, ami among the othu
DAILY, BULLETIN, SUNDAY AUGUST 27, 1871.
roo namos that give a now asnoot to
Domocratlc liekot In that Stato. Tho
uormana, Norwegians, and Irish aro all
roprosonted; orthodox and rationalists aro
on tho ticket, and it looks ni If tho wholo
tiling was cionooratoly cut and drlod in
tho offlco of lomo shrowd Politician and
accoptod by tho convention without criti
The soloction 0.' such candidates will no
doubt bo foilowod by tho Itopublican
Convention bringing IU very ablest and
most popular mon to tho front. It will
require wisdom and unity of action to meet
greaf lick of agclty Ifthbre Is a fallhri io
soo and appreciate tho situation. JXh
Jwlll appeal t6 popular" fTor, and, backed
;bi it is uy tHiiumaiou unoxcoptonDlO
jothorwlio than in their politics, tvJII no
opt to civo unusual animation to'thrj can-
ass, . ......
Itlooks, down hore, asif tba Republicans
bf Wisconsin Were ongagod In pdnildcrablo
iiucoriiity and luptmuous loonrrg .aDout
xtrisslo matters. If thqy fxpccV- to'wln
his full, thoy must cease telr bickerings
nd closo thotr ranks .cnpreetlcallr, fur
ihoy have work to do. The" State, with all
Its seeming RopablMan 'slrenglh, is dobat
iblo ground, and iijikely tiojbo sharply
oontostod. If Ropublicani' poll vigorous
ly and harmoniously, they cannot bo bea
Ven, bit it will bo the part of true 1 wisdom
iox to roiy too lmpnciny.on vn tcoui.o,
ir too much on tho weakness oftho opposi-
xvms$ & co.
J BY IIABRY "WILDB.
, Click, dick, click, went the electric
wires throughout tho land, and tho news
"Stnith, Jones & Wigglctail, bankers,
London. Liverpool an Now York "broke"
With dobts amounting to mora than ten
millions storling. The nows created tho
wildest oxcitomont on " Change "
.Well, and so Moses & Co. stood through
It' all, over ready, smiling and affablonow
their great antagonists. . Smith, Jonos &
WifigleUtl were broke, " utterly dead, "
as wo said; thoy once more than flourished,
and their word wti as good at) tholr
u. wu a young tnau then Just xtartiag
into business rather a. bad time, you Vy,
just at the loo pf our war; but young
men aro bopeiiu, you.stuow, ana oesuqes,
I Wu in love. Emma .wu'hV "name, and
I lorod aer truly, u I may say", with my'
whole heart, and with thU incentive any
oao will attempt almost everything, xou
see I then. thought, In my youthful Igno
rance and follr, that to be earnest In Tore
was quite right. I havo si coo loarnod
from tho papers that It ii not, and auch
things go quite by the fashion.
h, well I To make a long story short,
hor family were rich and I wu poor, so I
bad to make my fortune before 1 pould
wm my prieo.
i wont to naw lorrm tnoepring 10
buy goods' for my business, and than I first
met Moses & Co., or rather th6 Col, Mr.
Rinehart, who was tho very personifica
tion of a bustling businessman, a Gorman'
one who evidently sought to please, and
who reached its fulfilment. I do not think I
ever saw a man to whom I on first sight
toc-k such a linking. " Moses, " as ho was
tnvariablr nailed bv the elerks and all.
and to whom I was. afterward introduced,'
was a quiet little fellow, in a fur cap and
bldo coat' With brass buttons, quite ah old
fashioned little chap, indeed, something
like the pictures of men wo see on old:
fashioned snuff-boxes. '
So quiet was ha in fact that I at first
took him for ono of tho under clerks, or
.uolhlnfc ort. -T.tke,no'intr-
estb, " ho said, " I only sits and looks J "
and I .thought he did, he had something so1
peculiar and fixed about his ayes; somehow
these oyos became fixed in iny mind, and,
I alwaysconnected them with some misfor
tune. Ilowover. .0 continue, I was. so
much pleased with Mr. Rinehart that I
entrusted all my affairs in Now York in
to Moses & Co. 1 1 hands, and aldod hv
them, or rather him, I was soon enabled'
to pufehaw what stock;1 1 Wsiitftd and: ,ro-
On my arrival irfftyurfefealW sjt onee
on in m a wno-raci raoimiung'BVtno aoor,
and who, aftor hearing of myTlsit to Now
York, and all about it, said : 41 Now slnco,
j on made $0 aurtrjusful a start, papa says
when you can' show-that you havo mul
ten thousand dollars In business, we can
bo marriod, and then wo will bo so happy;
won't wo, lovo?" I smilingly kissod hor
aim rcpnou:- - 1 of, swccmeart,anfi lev uf
hopo that it will boQ?5n.."T "T "
Kvory ono will rembmbor how dark for
commercial cntorprlsoa-wu the Wiutor
succeedini! our wan and so I. in. coniuiic-
tion with all other busln'osj cdon, fought
hard for existence', to find our prospects
in tho .Spring a littlo' brighter, audi .'our.
mijr viuarur nuuau.
Mo'os & Co. still flourished, and Ihelr
qtiotutlons'an'd' "bnlotins '',In' gold," were
known whorover thore we're business cir
cles or buiincss.mcni
.-o ino years passou an.d ror a young
bouio I HoAl'.wo)Ijbu'tjIj was s Li Uiuri mar
ried, having novqryfclclca'rcilja sufficient
amount to enablo mi) , to, marry F.mma,
.,,1.11,. 1 nil jL.T,
itiiiiu eiiu yiuw luvenur nnu lOTOiiur OTorj
It was 0110 evening of the winter of '8T
that I shut my Ofllco door with nioro than
satisfied foollnca. I had that dav remit
ted to Mosos Sc Co. my.blll of oxchango.fpi
an 1 owcu, anu ipy oooks snowou iv clear
unco of mymorotban doslrod 'amount
nd, as I havo said, I was happy
I deferred mv lov of tolllnc Hmma un.
til to-morrow, u I knew by that.ttmo' my
oxcliango would bo roeoiv'od, and then ' X
could claim hor as mv brido. 1 do'nol ro.
iiiomuer -wuemer x.siopt raucn that night
or not; probablyas"! was then Iri oarhoit,
and. not In tho faiUlon, I laid awake, 1
I havo forgotton to say that Moses & Co
had "gone into goltV'-'and' 'wero now one
of the leading Une of "the ribg."
friends had warned mi of this, but: i
dooming lliom porfeclly safe, loft all.rxny.
business sun 111 tuoir nanus. (. '
oxt mornlnc I wont smlllriir to work)
thinking with a glad heart of ray Joy in
telling Emma Tn the" evening hew all
at fiAll r ' I ' 1
Dtuvui , a
Well, tha day woro on' and tho Nnw.
Yora: aispatcues naying arrived, 1 went
ulong, I met an acquaintance, and asked
mm was mere anymingnaw rrom New
York. "No. ho beliovod not: vnn tl,,
was, too, Moses.' & Co., .bankers and brok.
ors haver bUstad'in goldj sold, millions
short t don't bslleyelanybody' In oiir cltv
I....I - SI t n ... - m
Mosei.fc.Co. Jbustod' In I'ol.li'i n.
body nurii" 1 nastonod to tho bank. My
axciiuugu wvii uruwu , 1 was a ru
I returnou to my oiiico, hurled my faco
in my hands, and burst Into tears. It was
my first loss, anu 1 roit It most: maybe
wo grow caRous as wo grow older. Pros
ently I recovered myself, and bogan to
think. Not so bad as I was nt first 7; tboro
woro my ton thousand dollars which I had
saved (I thought of it with a sigh) It
must go to savo my crodlt, and wo, Emma
aim i luuav nui..
In a wook I had paid ovorycontl owod
and still had enough to carry on buslrioss i
1 felt safe onogn in mis, but it was with a
sad hoart that I went U carry Emma tho
iiuwb ut my niiiio.uuu.
0110 ran to ino uoor 10 moot mo anr
prisod at my long absnco, and immediate
Domocratlc piatroim, whilo embodying a
groat deal of lurgotf aridj'eiihlhgleii
ecnoraltv. contains some dcU'fiilrin-tfct
ly MKod mo concnnlpg it. 1 told bar,
my mlsfottuno, and when I was all ovor
"Woll. dear, wo will havo to wait for
our wedding day,
Rut It novor came. Next morning I
rocelved a polito note from per father re
questing mo to discontinue my visits at
thohouso' nddlng: "I know you krogon
tloman'onough toconseany lofagor to asplro
to my daughtor'a hand, percolvlng,'i' you
must do, that you havo kept hor walfing
al.roady longer than wu at all doslrable,
and I havo other object in vlow."
Bho married another man, rich, old
merehanVporiuaded Into it by hor fath
rfclttfcfeatidi and mother's cntroatlcs
andHkri. 1 naver will bellevo hor fall
for the lovo of tha diva that war dd
rAther bitterly In the fuhlon.
Om tho "BlaesHPrjday.V wfcich, allT will
reshtobeKwolV; Iatooa in tho No
Sfdfli onay matkii 4ndf gasitlod doip,-
Ilhallnevorforcorthd dav: tho mon
iocmed mad, raying, forlous. Tho hour
4a'm6 wheri "Iiteal Friar' was 'borno n
ahrleklrtg' m'ahiab from the fo'6m. And
Jiaro came a lerrioie pause.
I had mado untold millions, and he, her
usband. had lost ovorvthln. I cursml
mysolf u that flay I saved his credit, al
most at the risk of my own ; but I did It
ipr my.oiu.iweetnearvs mko. iiq kqewill
and T boliovb sho dooa too.
I saw hor yes tod ay gottlng into hor car
riage, bho started turned whlto as I
drovo ranidl v bv on mv war to tho club.
ahd bowod low, .Vtt'f low,.tnd thought as
nioanou lorwam ana ouriM my racu in
tbo cushion with her fair faca doon In tnv
hbart "It might have been."
1 start for Europe and tho Bast to-mor-6w,
which I know Iieniiralv' unsatlifac
tory, and not in the fashion. Rut I do
Ah woll I So you see what Mosos &
Co. did for me .when thoy ."Baited in
A YOUTHFUL MONSTROSITY.
MicnidAif An iad a hot who xa ran-
TXTUALLT UTJIfQ BT, JIJJB RAW MIATJ,
AVD DtlifKB BUOOD.
Tpm ihickson (Mien.) Cillua.
A. warrant wu sworn but .Ttstordav b.
fofo'Justjce Dyer, for tho arrest ,'ot Jra
Gavltt, of the tuwn of Bummlt, for assault
.and battery upon "William genry Forbes,
a 707 .wnom u uu cnpipyea, .upon jtis
farm. 'Tie. wmpUmtsdlejgedtbM'OavIt
wis want' to chain tho bov un" ih t room.
waa piacu m joei osuioa u x oxiaenaa
PI irson'.ahd ORion. who imtcaadad to
BokmiistJkd sureatad' Mr. OravUt. ,Mr.
Viirsoti want to' thaileld to saive tha war
rant, while .Mr. QUson' remained ' behind
w wawa.saapoy, wnp was. .supposea to
nave oaa Mmparaawiia. 00 s. pravtout
ision, he rwusinsr to, appeal asalas
M. Gavllt when siVr. wn(f. had
been Issued. , v 1
. While conversing with tha lad and Mr.
Gavitt, Mr..GUson waa JnjasjW the
latter that tba boy f s. Hjifiui. bora
klcrpomahia'c, stealing averyfhlug that ht
cotjld get his .handa. upon, anil that he
possessed a very peculiar anu strange appe-
tita-rbciag always hungry, s
watched, wtlni eiHrylnuiK of
naturo that be could, get his hai
hands on, To
show his ahilities in this Jlne. tha boy was
in tne nrst puuw gtvan two large acelas,
which ha crunched ud likia a ' hos. . Thisa
camo a raw egg, which be . erushod in bis
moutn ana swaiiowea, sneu and all. Mrs.
Gavltt then gave htm two quarts bf bread
and milk. whieVho devoured. " Mr. Oar.
itt camo Jn' with Mr. Pierscu, at this point,'
anu; in oneaienco to rorpes- request, pre
parea nan si aoxon raw. aggs, wnicn na
ato.ln the samo manner as an essNiina;
Uetr iTrvrklnritho'shell out of hU taowtn.
-As a breathing spell, he now took a lar'ee
oar'of corn, which was followed byaia'Bee
dishful of sauce, several cueam'bors1 and a
larj8llce eTpbrk-.- The officers inteifered,
and wduld not allow Tiini to bat anv wore.
'MrlOavitt savs that li"aaaa allth.riw
eggs tnat na cangts noia or, and'tbat
wlenevor a cblekan w'aa" 'Hired, ha woiili
aaiao aa iowj pi iu tin moos, sowing,
from Oin neetf.' TWo VMM uMO. m1UJVf.
ltM&MW? IV.'- nTftt lift tJii'TiXWI
waten tne carcua wane na waa mwayror
a little white. Hareturnea ih 40 minutei'
, 1 m 1 .1.. II. .1-WXJ1.1L. II.U'.. .1 .1.
RI1U.1UUUU lima xurim aw iicrw. tnv
blood entirely from the bide wbtch had
just boon taken front' tba aalmalt 7 r
Tho anrl. U'nltl a.M l.V.11 in
tho city, brought-before Justice Dyer,
who Douno. mo man over to appear to-asy.
While in tho court-room' the boy'ksk'ed
Mr. Gilson to get him some, raw meat,
lie procured blm something ovor a pound,
wuicu .00 aovouroa ugreeuuy u a vui.
ture. and:than asked foraeounU of auarU
of blood to wub it down. The officer'
sald'thatba could not get' any, but that ha
would bava soma ror. nun tooay . 1
This forenoon tba case caosa up, b'u't was
adjourned .over, until .Tuesday, on account
oftho unavoidable absonco of an import
ant witness. Tite boy. informed ns that
ho took home with him last night a lot-bf
peanuts and a Hair a pock or appios, wnicn
bo dovoured on tbo .way.. . On- arriving
homo Mr.Gravitt aavs ha xnada wav with
six large; ears of corn, and two. griddle
caices tue site 01 a a o v stova nojo. -a nis-
entiro exhibition took.placo biitwoennair
put 12 and C o'clock In the aflornobn.
Forbes, wo loarn.iwu lOiTasirs old last
April, although ho decs riot1 appear to bo
mora than 12. Uaiilhaaon-of a-ouadroom
and a Scotchman. . His mother pros
onLthe.'wlfe of a negro 'fakmed Pierce', or
e living id thU'elty() JBi bis riot a
slnclo African feature, his hair being the
color of faded tow, and straight as an In
dian's, and his ayes being, blue. ; IJis foe,
tares ar'e screwed' up "into a pociillarly
wolfish, hungry expreisioD,. which, .would
causo one to look at bint moro than once.
He is as intelligent as boys are usually of
on ago. mo copimiee v punou lor
tloallnif If ha: don's srat caurhL iwa
eekad Mr. Gavitt what was tha bls-srest
meal tbo boy over ato,'and 'he, Infofrqed :
us that While killing bcgs'one'o, hO' de-
vuureu tuiiw r DoiiTiiiini, anu
.three pints of fresh lard. ; 1
"This monstrosity is aertalnly tne oonnee-
. f . . 1 . 1 1 . x , . . . 1
ing uascin Liaei uarwinaiii'fnaiB. i.
Uavltt says Ahat.be siiajiaoaeator to lend
tbo boy. to.LarisJng; as Ha ban d ' Nothing
will, lilaar, Ifa'ii .ihlloail Sa'vtiftfn lm'.l
o protactbU property:- an keep enoUrh
ioou on nana ror nis iamuy. ,xae poy, aif
teT.havius; ata urmueh as be e'a'n hold,' will
stica nis nnsars aown nistnroas,' Toaaii
and then keon on eating after the nsannef
of a 'dog.: Of 4 verltyi truth I tometimea"
la prepared to aupply cuilomcr with the best'
' quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
nBiD.8iiWoft k """'day Bros, office. TO OHIO
.VA5YiF,ior f.1 h'oal Xrd below the 8a.
.'.'ffnSSWJ"11 eeee prompt attentlda.' .'.
illosteaineraaiaohvur, w'" ocaitr
nOORN, HASH, KTCl
W. W. THORNTON,
. iW 1.'
nuiciua, WINDOW GLASS,
Office on Tknth St.,
Hetwea Cosamerclnl nmt Wnatilngiou
4ENTS (or Ilock tllrer Paper Compant'a
HheaChln Felt and quarts Cimont 7
and. ,,Pr,,', 'tooting: on
S. WALT JfillS,
HARD,and SOPT LUMBER
l cTry (lfripUon,
LATn, SUINQLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
furnlsk'ad'oa short! notice.
Oommorcial-av, Ut. 10th and llth-sU.,
LOOK TO YOUll CHILDREN.
THE ORE AT SOOTI1ING REMEDY.
Curs colic nd griping
In the bowtli, and f
cllluics the proccii ot
and orercomri l I illu
me. Incident to In
faati and children.
Cures diarrhea, dl.en. -
tfnr and .ummer com. !
Uv.nt In children ol all f
It ( the Oroat Infunfn and Children! Honiklnr
Bemodjr In all ill.onli-r. hrouiiht on br Teething
oraay oiher cause. I'rppnreJ hj tho
uiuriun nr.uiin w sc. uui,
Bold br Drupitlatu and. Doalcra in Medicine
everywhere. inj7dwrn '
CELE15HATKD 1HTTEII CORDIAL
NATURE'S -GREAT RK8TOR ATIVV..
M. w. ooBNia virra and baoi bts.
rkSMel ItlsU, Pa.
Alt U a reuaUe Farnllr Mlleme. sad eaa be
en by either Intent or a till wish tne him beea
Del at needie.-! ItwaeerUlu, prompt and fwdt
amedr ,aorianhea.dveeaterv bevels comtiUd
dripepw.'ilMaieea t ealriia, falatlnn, eiek
dJiiaih.aeulaeiie. ate. ' Vorohilleaad fetetoj
ejl-ktods, it is far better and safer than qujpiaa
aaappesiM,rMea perradleetor of 'food
M4riU oaoieraet the -eSUoUef liquor, leaf; T
-mlauL Ami Bit I n1UL&hl Ui.rwsft L. m 1
.ituuu, ma r . hi . rwm iwi. .... mkm. l. tnreuu
cai-vroronier, wm mppwaa low 01 wit maer
tineateeinpurpoeeeeeioDi' l Si. f 'u
I T na7 " ' " ' r
TlnisrtiwiS Km. TVarfhri tiaen'hu.i ih
Bltlenl hare oirtetoed horn TOO. and Cod lhw
to na All tne are racummeaileil ub. I round
antaicmeiri canaotUo'-rert well without ihaiBuia
'"' " n.'MHNIITR. isaflontheth aL.WHa.
L. I.HI a. l...llh 1 ' '
, i ' l . Faetor llsptlat I'aaajunk church.
Bold br W. P. Alleo,4 Main street Dubuque,
ocUodlt K ' ". , ?
HOW L08T1 HOW RESTORED
Jrtftt published, tna eesiedonTblope.' Price, flotl,
. I.... V.k hi..,l l..i i ' -la C'.hWJi
cure of NBeroatorrhtaor. Hemloel Vv.eakDeM.la-.
Toluntary Kmlsalonn, Hoiuai ltuitr, eadloipe?
aoqionii to flirriKa KeiipraiiTj iierrpusniisa,
Consumption, EpIlopsT, and Fitei Menial sail
mTBicaj incepaciiv, reauuiDH rroui aei aooai?,
eie vj juwi. j.uuiTerweiif m.,u.f aumor oi iwt
'a Booir'to .kiibbaA'icpj'OF tvwwwu ,
Beat oader aeali in-plain 'earelopeflo ah'ad-.
Qmi, . IW..JW.,'Ua 0-.lJ,. BIS ..DM. Uf.W
IWBUD uuiii, vj uuM,...iv. aiinv ,uii, ...
i i i 1 1 ji 1 t.-t . " '
(II iBlaoovJItX. T
iBfijllESDA. MtSSiiikh 8PRINQ
in 'to ' r1".. '.V
I. : WisTRR,
I VilKI ii .
Oi! WAUKKaEA :1WIBC0M8IK'
" ' 7 ' I It .. Ill ' I (1.
."TJaif ".'f ik? "Mwlgl ura tit the o-;
aauateaieeaee is ratal to tha kidney .the MOT
iDbsaaetes eomroeneee with frMfiek'f 'deilnia to
Astonishing curea of dropsy have been effected,
brlok-y ust deposit; loflamatloo of the neck of tho
bladttr. alkali, and aool-r eWelllna-a. ror the
liver hUuosurpMsr. It will allay sJlwflaraa-,
..uay. ins aiantiT ana urinary organs io iw'j'
sour nour, giving immedlate-reiiert I
i alio. 4 agar
Jetfovor it prevents the kidney froinPonjeatlBa.
andrsmoves all traces of lelbaraeneruw , Fl'l
give Jellof la all eases of high fel": - i
' I. vnBr.BnTDtlNBAR. Esq..
Genera Agent at the BWiy
Header, If vou are afaicsed with any pt the lore-
alndlaasei; ' wrlST .. ' uaderstaed. g is
, mvAwmmm VingtOa ' 0
l 0rEdardDf.')unbars7aUas.er at toe
Dlr.ll i un niTNll.ll
advice will oosi vouaoiniaji no can vj .
f?it Iwoaaerful dlKovery-BeAcsdaVmeral
1a positive remedy for W.tTISS'
Jorlt where ever used. This water haaJhe same
cJo'a etlect at Iho remotest nart of the eoontrr,
gatlt luui at the Bpringa i 11 'uever loses
ail of f u tnedleinaltjualrtles by.paoJtwe or traruv
oVteilon.' Directions now to use tha water and
Kimnlar will vnnmiunT Mok iMekage erdered.
THE BRIDAL CHAJIIJER,
dql'I va r t i v t tt xt f at i.
nuga x u r ua x j u 11 J ......
OKKAT B0CIAI, KVIL8 AND ANUSES,
Which Intirlcro with marrlsgo, with mire mean
n.i iioii. imipti. Mpni in paicii enveinnea. irei,
tion, fio. t Hotitii ninui-i. rnuaqeipnia, ra.
, A ROOK FOR, THE MILLIpNj
I A i'rWftt Coontelo
10 ine nnrripu
Hill., ..nn. raVAlftl nn. nr tne HeXUftl HT.IVI
. iiih in ini.,n.ini wn,, m ,wri iiuiinrtHi mu
iwaniv.rntie m in nnm,rfriti enffraTinir
"nwrieuorconlemplate marriagni auiiiiii
ui.i p.i.rr-ijr..v.. i...: "
i J on fr, ot foolaK) for m cnt
fddrossUr. lliitl' Diet.ensarT, No. U,
Klahlhalreet, Ot. Leula, lo.
Hr,fwa, n.tr1 .(.. tl aft.. J-v - .
rMnedieB, prum Dr, liutu work; no mattp
lip llsil. t. 1.. e ..
ITIslll. s-m .11. a . . s . . t
-'Man .sii uij cuufluiieu. TrflrinnftiiT or
..race, no. 11 n. Kigntn street, bet. Market an
viiirinuni m ixun, Mo. mrsdwl j
trace 01 i. X. D0BBIU8,
488 North Big hth St;, Phtlaslei.
a sr ul as wrrorm
A color and drcs8U)g tjiat -will
w ,u. M.U ..Mil III lllllin. 1,1
1 .t II t . .
uvvnauivaiiji, IH uju rVIBUIIUUI
It trraduallv 'rMbrtrM thn li
to its oriinnal color und lnatrt.
bv BUnnlvinre nnw Hfn nnil virrnr
1.. ' 4 .1
lb ui.nnun u iiijiiriuiiL irniu-ii
of soft, lino hair.
mi. 1 l 1 a a
fllnntl nnl "Pilm hJr. a,1triA.
ASK FOR DOBBINS'
THE REST TONIC IN USE I
IO It HAI.HUY
J? ifAWAun iTrvin
4-.. J f .1... J "
ThY TITntf at TvfO TtAriTPlTTI TCTM-M-
Tii wisrn iirufmi iim w.t .1 1 h if a mi hi h
VI 111 , ,
UK. niCllAU'fi 00I.DE.N ANTIDOTK
WttSA Atttv vtlsT.lA:'s1iiir4tiir
(nmmainu. inn naniuinunn 1 uui sax c kumbun
tA DflMEt mllCtU tYsMX DsMatlOniB llUlltMl 10
IfUVlv "J '' wwf WSV mvmwmm mmmmwmmwm m,
teen prouoancoii m incarabl bj thbMli
moat cm icay. w
D1C UICUAU'S GOLDEN BAL8IM
Mann nur ner knows, removee an mercurr rro
htaltky. ' 3
DR. niCHAtrS BALSA '
W SB oiiHa naMiiflal ajlu I Ami Sll allSSStarf 1
all lis forms, and jive's uarntdiat
0 VI 1 01 ID
pit. UCHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE,
.a raiiii.Ai .nr. rnr ah uriBArr Hanvamaa
Price. S3 per bottle.
Dr. IticiiArre golden elixir d'amouii,
nc . . .
cue. mv umk itiu ,-. w-. .i
On recesnt of price, tuose remeaie wuiqeam
KicifMDt, sole proprjetor.'blown, IargW
Circulars sent. Trad supplied as a iHewaiata-
c i ,ii .a. Dr. D. B. Rleb'ards. its Varies
ru,.n.i hum, ty .intMii nr omar-iDaaa
i.nS I at I !'
DB.. BATTJJIGEIVflj '
in j , . ,1 j. ,y -Tie .n ,
nu". niirmrvavniB UHIJVTI DROPS
At the champion tnedieiae tor vom core" mwjj
Cad Ague, Dumb Ague sad sll'Ol'kinuV ol
aalekly and permiieotlyr- pereonoew
ne rarer asedUmq.whea tSosdrjyft;
oblalaed. Prico per botllo. II.W. Ask Ii
A ney are purely riii
aeBllyrN person ???
itattlflEei'AKerer Drop, . n I- -
iJb! iRATTINOER'S vbgetabdk
Are esoellent In ell' cases of eoetivenfM, bllloue-
nees and lmnuritv of the blood. .iber.MBMUk
neither caJOBioi nor any other roereurUl tiipar.
DR. IKATTINOER'B' DTARBBOBA
Araia pleasant, quick add safe reWeajr Tor all
kladsol Diarrhoea and Ditentery alSlctlnK adults.
Price per box so cents. ..Ask. for.to.Jiat.
tiagsr'e Diarrhoea end Byseafery iowders. 1X7
DB) -BATTINQER'S . TONIO, HERBS
Mrpaokaie.'SSren'. Ask t or lUitiager lU-il
Make a superior etoraach bitter j .veryrueaftsl a
a preveotlte against malarial favor andkspeolai.
Iv aaalea o ln.cases of aenoril d.C SE'TiIL