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THE CAIRO DAILY. BULLETIN, TUESDAY AUGUST 29, 1871.
WINSTON & CO.,
TlKAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (aECO.Mi TLOOIl) OHIO l.KVEK,
Ul'Y AND FELL HEAL Estate,
rURNISII ABSTRACTS OF T1TLK
s I prer-are Oontetancea of Klml.
CENTRAL 110US K,
Vllln Hideo. IlllM(.l.
TIMOTHY COn-, I'ronrictor.
In one of the het uJ fioi-'l a donna in ihj'Cftun
tr il I annulled mthlhe left wine", Itinera
nod lager beer. The prnprlelorlntil f raironace,
i.Mnirin htm riAirnn uellftndtd
vIti Ihem the bcl In the Jiop hlcli IMhcbeat
In Villn Ridge, J'011
CONKER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Entnnco on ttiith.pt.,)
i 1. OaVs, "I
H. 0. Cady, V CINCINNATI, OHIO
K. II. LoJwlcV, J
OAKF.a, CADT A CO. Proprietors.
in: r. "..
The IIofsE is Newly Fuhnimikh
And offers to the public first-elats at-tommr-ln-tMit
at reasonable ratea.
Orpoue the Po.tnrfice, onglilh Ftreel Idween
Waihmgto'n rind Commercial avenue ,
Thl home ha been thornushly nrer-haulf-d,
refjrulhed nl renoTated, and i now open lor
the reception of guesti The roomi are all Urpe
anil well xentllated, anJ fuahiture new. Hatch
kentnlehtand day. MIW. (JAFfNEV,
HOUSE MOVER AND HUILDER
Is prepared to do all kind of
HOUSK MOVING, 110USK RAISING
KKPAir.i.vo or evkky nr.scHti'Tios
" Tiir hii-t rAnvrir tikm.
0.! El!" left at the rr-nlenre el Mr. Iwrni'ly,
hi ' nt.-r lreet, next duor 10 the re m hool
ho e. r addre.ed tu (he . are uf I'. . Ilux II.
ftr'tie Bulletin other, will ft-reive prompt alien
Tl DAV MoilMNO, .Uof.-T 2'.', 1S71.
"UN II. OHKHI.Y, r.tiitcia a Mi I'liUfiirr..
I,ai or ma Ham lliuuiv:
i. ik, liy earlier i
me -.car by carrier, In all nine in .i
re iiuntn, tijr r.iatl ;.,
Th e,- ir.ontln j
a month, I -ji
i vcar .M t (ii
ri,.. . Lm -..i..,.....i,.. t- .tt ' .....7 '
a vtlcnicakt fMinnl , ,', hut ftnthu; nul
V'lktn On ail luhncta uf lutsre . tt. .,.
icitk a tnrpt ant merttHiiidt ritrulntHin. tl. li..itl
lit rtlmU thi i-ntnnyn bf UUUqiHt tcihrt nail
tnttrjmnng tttsint men.
THE DOLLAIt WKKKLV JIULI.KTI.V.
John II. Obcrlj' A Co, naio roduciil the ml.
cnption priee of the Weekly C.i ro ilulleli tn
Ov IjUar pc rnum, makini; It (ho elieape.t pi
(erpuWuhtd In Southern Illinois.
Tor President, 187L',
JAMES R. DOOLITTLE,
Suljtct to (ht dcanon of the national Jan
nail reven niillion." aenr licforo the
next mcfliim' of ennfrcs. or oven lo loss
tlmn :i liiimlri'tl ninl pis million", it tlio
rciR.rU ciinccrnin tli' now loan jirovc
Iruc, iiml etill 'l"1 o.Nltirtioncr.x want to
nv (lie iicopk' nndi r foiitrilmtion lo
the mnouiit of nvo liiindrt'il nml thirty
inUltoitH, jut to ay thu iiilcrcatl How
lonp before tlii vxewse for legalized
robbery will be om oiur
f )rn ri'iith'M will remember the dis
patch uhieh wns ?ent to the Associated
Pro." n few il.ivs go, Kiving uie hup-
t:iiiceofa (lefuiie of J'redidcnt Grant's
Nepotism and avarice by Senator Mor
ton, in a ppcech at Louisville, unnc-
ompanieil by any explanation of what
licitcd it. It appeared gratuitous and
in bad taste. It sccni-. however, that
it was made in response to a powerful
assault by the Hon. 1). W. Voorlices.
lie fliowcd the president up as a man
of but a sinule characteristic tenacious
avarice. No Asiatic prince ever gloat
ed over his dreams of predatory wealth
with a greater satisfaction. This being
his approachable side, the conspirators
against the treasury and against pure re
publican government have not been
slow tn find it out. and turn their dia-
..mnrr M upr.mjial atlvaiitacc Their
obvious method was to offer him a part'
nershin in whatever they were planning
The whole atmosphere of this adminis
tration is mercenary. I Ins is the taint
of corruption recoganizablc in every de
partment. J he can JJonungo scheme
lias been professedly abandoned, after a
second rejection by the senate; but a
vcmcI has ju?t sailed from New-York
bearing a second hundred and fifty
thousand dollars for the lease of Sam-
ana bay, which is a lease without color
or law: and a United States fleet is
kept off the island at a cost to the peo
ple of this country, in open defiance of
(Condensed From our Kxclinnfr,.
A race coiimo lms been built within
covetiicnt distance of -Metropolis, and it is
much utcvl by lovers of tlio sport.
Mi's. McCartney lately undertook to
light n lire with Kerosciio'aiul was badly
The Sunday law In regard to saloons
are enforced In Metropolis.
'Work on tlio Normal University
commenced on Friday last.
Mr Klislm lloyd, of C.irbondule, died
there on the 23d Inst.
The citizens of Carbt ndalc arc sull'er-
ng from a want of water. Many of the
cisterns of the town ure empty.
Carbondale has voted for eight months
school during the year.
Stephen Smithler fell otf a wagon
loud of brick, in Cnrmi last week, and
died of his injuries while being carried to
Tliu gallant young mgn of Carmi
take their lady friend on pleariiro excur
sions on ibis locomotive.
Cliark- .loluison.ot Knlleld, fell be
tween two moving ears nf a railroad train
last week. Ilii body wa cut in two. Ho
va intoxicated nt Hie turn-
Mr. I'rederica Bremer, of Kqimlitv
died rerentlv. The .munvnintnu'ii w..r.
CKry, says '-Shu win buried tit 8 o'clock
ftiiiulay ini;ht, with no ei-rcmonv other
tliim tin-alternate lolliing of thu church
holla at cither sido of tlio village. The fu
neral wit-largely attended and the scene
'wa-, very solemn.1'
1 lie .St. J.uu'h unit .Southeastern Kail-
way Company uro now constructing piers
aim lauding at Miawiieelown.
lliu (iiillatin counlv Tenclier'a itifti
tutu meet in .Shawneetown this week.
IThe Ntw York Woild on Senator Uoollttle.l
"Hi rrrord it to coniUlent and loinr-
l'rincn HWmarck Inn rti'idved a pres
hi neurit it to coniwitni ana unuir- ,.ntnf,i,i, iiiin r .i i -.
nithtd thai it nay be Uhm'd to a straight , . n '""Kn"leeiit team r three white
ime drawn aeron a puutea clear beam, 1'us'j"'" noree from tlie tiermalis of .Mos-
jinjifo-cfij oy the fluctuating atmoiphtrt cow. l lio lioies mo from tliu m
0w,!'',erieU'n 0,i''M' throu,Jh the "' a thoo jiresented to l.oiii. Napol
fnvornblv known to tlio dlnlneulfhed
men controlling tlio niTalrs of tlio Hovorn
mont at AVnshlngton. l'roildont 1'olk to of-
lornim a position in xurKoy, mu wu.wi.i
having sent lotlio United brtnte Oovorn
montforn competent mining onginoor.
Ho ncceptcd the position nnd llvod four
vcars In Hint country developing Its mln.
eral resources with eminent aucecss. 1IU
prnctlcal cnvetlgHtlonn were accompan od
L.tii. m.iiv tnirolv scientific researches
thnt wero comniunlcnled totho Academy
of fcienccs at I'arl', nnd
Inserted In their " Memories ata navani
lUfraimc. " After his return from Tur-
knv ho tucccsslvolv occunlod position in
tho universities of Louisiana, Virgin and
Louisville. Ho married in Jouisvnio in
18oJ n daughter of tho late Hofl .J as. uuin-
rie, ana two yoars aiiorwaru icmeu por-
tnanentiy in inu cny, wuoro no uetuuuu
tho position of l'rofessor of Chemistry in
the Medical Collego for many years. Lat
terly ho has been administering tho affairs
of the Louisvlllo Gas Company, but Is
said alwavs to give a few hours each
dav to ' tho gratification of his
tas'to for matters of science, and spends
much ofhis timo in thoprlvato but elab
orate labratory connected with his resi
dence, nnd, in this way, furnishes many
tclcntitlc and practical papers overy year.
Ills contributions to sclonco number not
less than from fifty to one hundred mem
oirs and other articles. Tho election of
Dr. .Smith gives to Louisvlllo tho honor of
having furnished presidents for the
two leading scientific associations of Amer
ica, Dr. David "SV. Yandoll having been
elected President of tho Medical assocltion
at its mcoing in San Francisco.
MR. I'ENIILETOX'S XULOOY ON Til K LATK
"Who can commonco tho discussion of
political questions without boing carried
involuntarily to that tcono of anguish and
death which to latoly clothed our party,
our State, and our country in mourning?
" The silver cord is loosonod; the golden'
bowl Is broken "
The voice that spoke so eloquently and so
well is stilled. Tho intellect which
tboucht so truly exerts its powers on oth
er subjects, in other spheres. Tho strong,
bravo nenrt beau not to connicu oi time.
When I think of this I feel that we
might imitate the captives of Judea, who,
by tho waters of Babylon, hung their
harps on the willows, and tat down and
wept wncn incv romcmborea ziion. l uiu
not know Mr. Vallandlgham so long, por
hnps, as many of you. but I know him
very won. uuring ins wnoio tcrvico in
Congress I was his colleague During tho
eventful sessions of 180 1 -2-3 I was his dai
ly associate and intimate friend. During
the days of his arrost, and trial and
imprisonment, I saw him at overy hour
that it wns possible, nnd did what I could
to mitigntutho pains which
AN INFAMOUH TYRANNY
inflicted. In all thoso times of anxiotv.
and care, and suffering, I never hoard
from his lips ono word inconsistent with
tho loftiest patriotism, the most unfalter
ing hope, nnd tho most unblenching cour
age You know ho was able, and eloquent,
nnd self reliant, and studious; that he had
great strength of will and forco of charac
ter, ana tout rnngnctlsm which attracted
nnd attachod men closely to him. Ho was
also cool, and deliberate and patient, lle-
yonu most men wuom l navo Known, lie
was sensitive to attacks upon tho purity
ofhis motives and character, I have seen
him wounded to the quick bis heart lacer
ated until it seemed soro to tho touch, and
bleeding his lifo away by tho vindictivo,
nvagc abuse so unsparingly heaped upon
him during tho war. Never wero attacks
more unjust and infamous.
NO MAN LOVED UIU C0UNTIIX MORE
intensely, nnd sought for tho wisest policy
moro conscientiously, or would have sac
rificed more readily or moro abundantly
health, and strength, and fortune, nnd
ovon prejudices and preconceived opin
ions, tosecurc us wenaro. lie would navo
beon a war man if ho could havo believed
that war would rcsloro tho union. Ho
would havo been n devoted supporter of
tlio Kepdbiican party, it ne rouiu navo be
lieved its policy would havo maintained
the guarantees "of liberty afforded by our
constitution. As ho could not belie vo this,
ho would not sworvo from the conviction
of the "faith that wns in him," oven
thouirh his heart should bleed nnd break
at thu blind misconstruction of his charac
ter, and the wilful perversion of hi words
and aspersion of his moti vol. 1 tnank uoa
II K. UAH I.IVKIl I.ONO F.NOUOII
to see that Time tho Avenger, in whom
he nau such unwavor ing faith has com
menced his work: and that many wiionad
maligned him most wero beginning to see
their error ami to do him justice.
Ithank (Jed that at tho last the sun none
tratcd the darkness of the night, and that
hW eve saw, even though only lor a mo
ment, tho mists of tho morning dissolving
before its redlant beams. And if it be
given to men who have gone hence tocaro
lor, or to know tho estimation in which
they aro hold on earth, I know this spirit
will bo gladdened by the fact that all hi
countrymen, without dissent, will beliuve
mat no was as puro n? lie wns able, as hon
ct as liu was brave, and as faithful as he
LIFE OF KENFOrtTH.
James Kenfofth was born In tho County
Northumberland. In 1843, nnd at tho timo
oi uib ucmu am in inozuiii year or his ag
From an early aso Kanrorili ,lllon.r
disposition for aquatlo sports, oxcolllng all
his youthful competitors In rowing and
swimming, at which latter art ho displayed
remarkable proficiency, gaining at various
tlmos several prleo by conquering pro-
iuimiuui. iM uograwoiaer rut skill with
the oar becampparent. He won several
races on his nativo river tho Tyne and
in 16Cy gained tho proud tltlo of Cham
pion of England, and virtually of the
lit on tho Thames" c-ter 1hf UnlVerilty
course Kenforth has, since then,, ntrar
peon ueaien in a mvei race, juasiyear, in
company with Taylor, WiUlMpfeii I Mar
tin ho went to Canada, Khd defeated tbo
Paris crow of St. John, N. B- with hollow
ease, tho race taring place on the 15th of
soptembor, on me si. awrcnos at la-
Soon after their roturn to England, the
crow, which had thus won tho ;ba,mp!on
shlp of the world broko up, Martin' retlr-
ing, ana iayior anu nmniiii juunng.aau
ler and Bagnnl. Ilcnforlh, however, form
od n crow, with Percy, " Chambers and
Kelly, and accepted tho challenge of the
St. John four, and. arrived ,in Canada a
row weeks ago. Tho race was bogori yes
terday morning, with tho ftarful result
Hon forth was undoubtedly champion
scullor of tho world, as fine a, oarsman ai
ovor lived. Ho was a man of wonderful
physical development, hit measurement
around tho chest boing forty-two inches.
His holght was 0 feet Tl in., and his ordi
nary weight 168 pounds. Personally, be
was a quiet, unobstruslvo man, and has al
ways borno an irreproachable character.
In Jamos Kenforth the aquatlo world loss
ono of its brightest ornaments.
(Prom tha New York Sun.)
Tho W"f7iVA Pott, gives an InUrest
ing summary of tho arguments which are
srencrally presented by the admirer of
x'residont Grant in apology for his Ad
ministration. "We translate as follows ;
"Qi.int has appointed a crowd of bis
relations to offlco, and this is called ne
potism which is always esteemed a dis
graceful thing; but when Grant was
pcor he was under obligation to many
parsons, and it only prove that he has
aceod heart whon ha taxss care ofhis
former creditors and bis poor relations at
tho public cot. Novor mind about the
nepotism, w nat urant aoM u weu don.
"In the San Domingo affair Grant has
ordered measures of war without getting
authority from uonerest. mnce be has
done this he must unquestionably
havo had a right to do it.
Thcro is no need for argument to prove.
nis rigni. vvnai urant aoes is unques
tionably and without the least doubt al
'-Grant said in his meseuee he would
leave tho San Domingo question in the
hand of the people, and do nothing fur
thor in tho matter : but nevsrtheles tho
war vessols of the United States havo
kept liaez in power in that island, and at
tho instanco of the President 1150.000
has been sent to Baoz to pay' the rant of
.1.. n t- ... i .i. .l o r.l'i
never agreed to facts which' bnin'd the
message of tbo Presidont with falsehood.
All this is of no account. Grant said it,
and that is sufficient."
This language is not exaggerated. It
is a fair representation of tho reasoning
that is put forth to palliate, the crimes of
tne Administration, xtio poopio lUdgo ll
jusuy, anu win act upon it as it merits.
M. Gtiizol Imiotiite
r i - iwir,tw in i w lit i.neu , , 1,l,.l,.. ,i.
ii,nVw '"HwUiaaCjmiiiu. propimed to tourteeti years hence, lie walks ten miles
' &WSM 1'1 with children, listens to the
iVti:., W"""!, of I'Htna' novel., eats nrodiirlou.
XirJir'V 'V vigorously, and without .peeta-
remarunuio muii for a rreiichmun.
Dek-seluzc wus tho noblest ohurueli-r
u"M Commune, ,i truly Bon,,,,, type,
' !?l"in'? a ret.. V l rt"lr (,,tt llfu "a devoted t-. freedom, and hU
uoiim was worthy of hi, lir.,. n.., i.th.. 1 ,.i
e,. iiir , :;,:,":::,., ,'.' -' . !
Mai... ioil,t,.r .7".. "."'' "ini I
I e.,-l, of a M.U linahV, VI
anna of their
iK-ificner io um union anu tlie nan, make the
-ii.iuuern i.-npio nnr it-nuvi -,'iineu., aud Ihuo
fl'.U ,W UV Hinei ttll i UI ll, lUltOD
'i',ii ... . .
a ii4 mum uiiaiuuo liiuu m IJIllO IP
Senator Sherman. His re election to
the senate depends upon the result oi
the election iu that state, and he is
zealously working to get his friend
nominated for the legislature.
Thk Troy WUgmya that " Doctor '
Greeley linn evidently "caught the
presidential itch, and begins to scratch. "
If he keeps on tcratchiug until the peo
ple coubeut to make him president,
there won't be anytVu,;. fcft of itilJ)i
THE custom receipts at the ,'our i.ri
cipal porta of the United States New
York, Philadelphia, Hoston and Nnw
Orlcaus now amount to more than
four and a Lalf millioiiH n week, or
two hundred aud thirty-four millions n
year. And yet the monopolists tell us
wecauttaku off a few millioiiH of
protective or even ink-rent on the debt
to pay. By making u proper ue of tbo
Idle coin in the treasury, the iutcrcst
cliirgl may be reduced tj a luudrcd
euer he over wrote. llu had left tho Ho-
ici uo liu-, ,,nt 1Hnl t0 ot R burri
CHiIu uild die. Tn.. r...- .1.1
- .... iM,ui9 inn;, tint WIIJ
writtffi l,n 1 , ... .
, v " milieu, wnn 11 munket 111
mi huiiu :
My Oooij Sihtkiu I will not, 1 cannot
!rvc m a playthlnc and a vktim to vI,.ia.
ou reaction. . Pardon mo for departing
;r M l,us.1 M,trilc tby "fe to
11 l.ut I fmi nol in , , '
time, ua I 1, i, J race thee a thounand
. . . VVil II, rid li.ntl...-
A .It ,lt.. I I 1 . '.
...wh, iMiuuti'o into 11, mo, 1 o-i.
I.r.il ,r wlm u-lll I I. ..,, p HU, JllO
.v., ,,, ,U1U ,U J,,, l)l(J
l'KKMIIKNT OF Till! SL'IK.STIhls
ll rom tne Coiirk-r-Juinnal.
A RKUCOF ANTIQUITV
SAVE TWENTY I'EH CENT
TT 2r I T XT iei
WMklitssHiv.. Moor CMtatts Hmw
kwn. HichhoB BrotharaiUalra lo Inform lh
clllaena ofOuIro that ther am manulacttiriox all
kinds of 1
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
Ami have now on haad and for sal; al
Wtslal susel Btsdl,
II' ktads, aad will continue to kp at thaJr
sit.es xoofls, rm THirnirw-utttisTO,
Krry dlaerlJUoa of olieap and cciiuj iiiraJiu'ra,
fjsrtlubl Toppod rtreaua,
Sal Jaboir J a, Viabjlacilfc
49-Wardrobes, Sofa Chain,
4BLoangrt, le , ate..
Which thtywfti (reaianU to1 Mil
TWENTY PEB CEt. tOWKTl
Than lhT can'Mboaafclfronianf ttiV'WV ta
tha cltr. Orr then a call and a(tt(f ar
noons, BAHII, KTCl
W. W. THORNTON,
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER,
ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN
OnEAT SOCIAL EVILS AND ABUSES,
Whleli Inlerlero with trmrrlnio. with mean
of relief fir UieerrlnRfinil unforltinnle, illaenaert
nn-l delillltateil Hcnt In aealeil entelot.ea, freo of
Cliarire, A-iureiv, nowaru nanuarr Alii Aaooim
tlon, No.VHoiith Mntjat., I'hllvlelphla, I'a.
BLINDS,' WINdW GLASS,
Offick on Tknth St.,
Betwst CoaHssserelal nntl M'natilciKtoii
A '0r..R,o!k Taper CompaDj'a
HhMthinc Kelt and qar(i Cement,
mi '0,m' Improved Roofing alwai on
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol erary rteacriplloii,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAU POSTS,
"DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Furnlahed on ahortml nolle.
Commerclal-aT, bet. 10th and llth-Btn.,
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTniNG REMEDY,
BeMTS A.IB HOKfl.
recet,tiv;.lVa.W',,'';u'S,,,llll- w,, has been
canA!! iir"Wt?f H Amerl"
Scitiice, w,u hoi," w. k? 'icwiwi,t of
tie over llfiy yeau L',1'1 C-,rull" l
in thu school or his i.k'iiv'1'1'18 uuu"tcd
universities of Vlrulnh . ..l,nU'' tbo
rope, llo was nn apt studiV. , ,' Ku
school days devoted mut h or tli.m?,"B 1,u i
original sclentlUo research. rihViv' 10 1
the completion of his studies he retur,," nr
America, and wns at once engacta u
many important Inveitigmip 1
... p,,j, r.vu..,', mm oet-aniu
AN IPOI. IN IOWA.
I Krom the Iluhuqtlu Tllno.i.J
I'hclinu of tho C. I), d: M. railroad ap
pears to be prolific with curiosities. At
the biii-o of what Is known as Capitola
iiinii, aevun iniioa mis sine oi Lansing, is
an Indian Idol, manufactured out of tho
solid rock, which has stood thoro no one
can toll how mmy centuries, but which
must soon uu removed to make room for
thu coniinlhg railroad. At a little distance
thu idol ro'einbles a lingo boar, reponine
111,11,1 IU l,.,,,,,M,n. ri -9
l " ....M..vi.-ii, . uu airmiKU miu
uncouth obloct U ttili I old In utmost
veneration and respect by nil Indians, and
thu various bands at they pass up and
down thu river invariably stop and en.
uwioriu propitiate tlio Idol with liboral
pru.'onu of tobacco string of gaudy colored
bolide, pieces of dried bull'nlo tonirue. &c;
1 hero it sits, at tho base of the blufT,
mute and solemn, looking out with ox-
preionk-68 eyes ovor tho bosom ot the
mighty rivor that murmur at Us foot,
never mourning, never speaking, like
Tho t: roil nil wheroon tho throno of tho
idol reposes is wanted for the road-bed of
thu -Mellcnn man, und the tllont, express
ionless god, whosu brow has been bnthod
In tlio morning sunllirhl of somany centur
ios, mint full, Tbo old stono chap in tough
hu stood it well, but ho must now vacate.
A mluhtler powvr than ho has arisen, a
power that sends ships tcuddlne; ovor tho
waters and dolvcs down into tho bosom of
tlio earth, consumes time and snaco th
power of steam. But pray let tho work'
men treat tho old idol kindly, for tho many
intorustini: associations connected with it.
Wo suggest that it bo placod in the hall of
uiu iuwii maiibuku oi iiuiiuu uuti ivn, as A
t'".i hing momonto of tho dusky nations
linn onco lived and worshipped in this
Hut a short distance from the abovo Is
smaller idol, which had ovidunllv hin
Iiiiill-u on mo sum oi mo liiuu, but by some
v.mi uia,uu ui immru was ovurturued con
turlca ago, nnd pitched into tho rivor,
uuriug uigu winer 11 was eompletoly cov
(.red, but at thu proiont ai.ni,, tin. 1...L.1
l"nli?f tho body of tho linage are distinctly
THE LORD, TUB LADY AMD TUE MYSTkR-
London Court Circular relates the fol
lowing anecdote respecting a noble lady,
who 11 young, ueauurui ana good :
During the Army bill debate her noble
husband, who is as proud and fond of her
as ho should be, was jdst about to riso and
deliver a violent attack upon .something
or somebody, when a telegram was -put
into his bands, lie read It, turned. pM,
and quitted tho house, 'called a,cab,drov.
lo the Charing Cross station and want to;
Dover, and was no more beard' of until
tho next day,, when ho -returned to Jbi
Own homo,, and tohl flrst Inquiry; waiL
told that the t-ouptcss was In her own.l-
room. lie hastened to her, and- a, UrriQe.
row ensued, the exact words of which no
ono knows but themelve.'At laV how
ever, ho burst .out, "Then what did you
mean by your telegram?" ','MeanT
What I said, of course. What are you
talking about?" "Road it for yourself,"
returned tho still unappaaatd husband.
She did read: "I fie with Mr to Dover
Htrnlght. Pray fotf m.e".l'.I-Fdr, a moment
she was startled,"Most dreadful telegraph
people. No wonder you. aro out of ypur.
mind. I tulographcd simply, 'I' tea with
Mrs., in Dovor street: Stay for me."'
His LorJship wua so asvago at the laugh
hojhad raised against himsolf that he was
at tlrat inclined to mak a Parliamentary
question of it, but, listoning to moro
judicious advice, refrained.
NHW YOHK DKUOOIUTri.
Tlie following aro given by the Star as a
sample; of tho questions asked of the drug
gists of Nnw-ork by the examining com
missioners: Who aro you, any way?
Are you man or woman if so, why?
Who invented dru Latin ?
now do you know ?
What is thu difference between materia
medica and medical uiHtorlals?
If you saw a blind doc co mad would
you holp him to nee his way out if not)
wny no; ;
Did you over use Allcock's Porous Plas
ter; and if yes, did you ever get it off?
And if yes, didn't it hurl ?
iv 11 at commission do youjaiiow the doc
tors on their proscriptions ?
un you tell the ingrediont of all your
stock? If yes, what ar peppermint lor
ies and red back tooth brushos madoqf?
Suppose a man rushes wildlv liito Vour
store, tearing his hair, wiping his eyos,
groaning severely, with both hands on his
stomach, nnd pallor In his 'countcnanco,
what would you do ? Would you ask him
what in the thunder ho was making Ml
that nolso ror, or would you endeavor to
sell him somo hair oil ? If not. wh not?
What'll you give mo if I'll sign your
certificate? 6 '
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Between Waahington Avenue and Poplar Blri,
Bool and Hkf MaiU to Order.
CITY SHOE STORE
iOOP SKIRT1 FACTOR
ol. AaircT om
BOOTS AKD SliOESV
saasavrclal A , 0r f sWsjk
rAfeTICULAUTTEJiyiON, PAID TO ALL 0-
, pxRa irpn Hoor-BiuETa akd saoaa.
When will you hand mo the money ?
And if now, how' much ?
'Wlicn.ndlsllngulsehd Araorlcan dies,
aid a" shrewd and sarcastic observer not
. ..,., 'j 1 . , , . .
lon ago, -ma auiniriiig irienasenu coun
trvmen immcuiatoiy teioivo tobu Idh mi
magnificent monumont, and then tber
.!..'. l.ll,l 11 '
B. S. IIARRELL,
DEATiER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
185 & 187 Commercial Avonuo
Curea colic and Ktil'lnit ) Prlte ,
in 111, imweia, kuq ia 1 z
cllitatea the proce.a of f Caata
Subdue c o n V ulalona "I Vrtt,
ruu UTcri.u,,ies uii. I
eaaea incident Ui In- f ('eats,
-i. t Curea diarrhea, dl.en. S Prlrf,
:OMh'S I lerjr and mmrner com. I ii
p. J pla:nt Inchlldien ol all I t'eata.
-jll la Che drent Infant'a and Children
Remedy In all dlaordera brouiiht on t
or any otharcau-ie. I'repanii hy the
OBAFTON MEDICINE CO., hi. Iul, Mo.
Bold by DriiaclntH and Dealora in Medlema
STATCBB'S GREAT RESTORATIVE
sr. w. coRintB Viytti XitD back stsX
I JOHX aCUEITE, -.BOLE 1'ROruiKTOK.
- n ,
Lalt,! sVeliable Family Medicine, anJ can't
1 akan br liner infant or at, till with the ame.boti
filial result. It acertalq, prompt aud apeadv
mdy lor diarrhea, dyaeatery, bowels corapiied
dyipMia, lonnoaa of ipirfta, bintlajts, kielc
aioiiach.headanhe. etc. Forchlllaajid fever at
ail sunaa, 11 la lar oeuer anu aaier nmn (jmuim
niKUi any 01 iu pernicious en, at uiecu
wilf EK AM USACOR.
" WMr nTsCHIJTTER,
I ail sorter saksV WsaajlOla alw
TOBACCO & CIOABS.
Agent fur lh beat b'randVoT
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
anr Aim i BiaTrial Kliad.
75 Ohio Levee,
an amMlllel'nrejTr'e uowerfal dlicatar ot food
aaa win counteract, ine vaecia 01 liquor in a w
miauiea. a muianuunio erriuencc 0111 m
eai propernea, we append a lew oiuie many
tltcaUaln our ponlon: . .
Johaaos Depot, at Tenn and Va. at.
leoaScmwral Eau Dear Bin InTuaed Ih
Blttfrsl hare ,oh ained.fropiyou, and f.ad them
to b all they ar roconuneadtxt lo he. J found
one botUe lo aHord ma conaldarable relief. 1 leel
aa thouih I cannot do terr well without them, in
ray present elate or neaiui, .
4W f, ntL-pstria- 111 Ur.t.,1, aik pt.il
Paator Baptlat I'ajMuak Church.
Bold by W. P. Allen, Sa Main atreet Uubuuue
HOW LOST ! HOW RESTORED
Just 'published, in a sealed envelope. Price, Sets,
1 treattnenl.aKa raftlea
Al'oeluroon thonatijral Ireatmant.aiyt radical
irepf Bpermatorrtie or ncminei weaanen.jn
iualry Emlaslaaa.Hexual IMbllUy, ami Imp
F. M. STOOKFLETHj
uontatoa roata a rrocxiLvra
nla to MarrlaKe generally ,arTOUSi
imptlon, EplU-aj..Dd iti, Mental
kr fneana.lv. read It lis from aolf al
tc . bl Robt. J. Culierwell, M. l author of Ilia
l'dren Book," W k , ,
"A n'60'n TO THOUBAllDa OF SU VVXUERS
ttini ander auil.' in' ilam" enitlohe. td an Ad'
IossmL 'piatithi: en reetiPt or tlx cents, or two
,tM7aps1'Kr Crlii, J...C, Kllnfl A Co., V.n
BkUl- sua! Wklawal) Mil I
- a at .
LI QU O RS, W I NESj ETO.
No. 78 Ohio Ley',
.. .11 u
Jrauiriw.0 Blim, Ckt0, 1 IXINOlf.
E keeps on hand q)nstanily a fail lat-'(
BETHESDA SlfiHRAIi SPRING
i DV WAUKESHA WISCONSIN
th tifit pwladg4 euro , of the. In
oiaeai Known aa jinm
t." - - -
Whlakie, Freneh Brandies,. HplUi)d;pi.l WMjjf ;wwy ueairoya me oy aiarraiion ut iu
Kiai waier, areas, in rai, coaaiivauon, losa 01
rngthadllah. , - 1
: AabifilahlBtf enrakof dronav havaliaati efl-aelad
aaaepaaT,innaoia,oa,9i ineneca 01 aqe.
J. GEO. BTEIlf HOUSE;
C'r. Btss-ol. m4 t'oaatmarcliil-eiw.
uar.-alkaU' ud nnl awelllna-i. For the
'UVSr 11 1 nPinrnaaaed. It will ailar all inflama-
tloa o 1 the kidney and urlnary.orxang la twenty-
Kour.noara: aiTinir lmmeaiau rcuei 1 aiao.
1st fever It prevtut the kldpoy fromconjeatloa,
and remove all traces1 of albunienarfa. It win
KIT renei man caaoa 01 niiniew;. Vm.
n , 1...1 ., tC. u;.,..i Waukesha, wia
aieaaer, 11 you aie aujiciu-. Tr?.,j-i ,,i.-
' , has never failed to do whatli cTatm
'Clean Towels,' aid
,d.';' ' ai cldldrea'a aalr ettt ad sham
swetd, eltbarat the shop ojr pi U1t.1r.0wk .boas.-
" JT(3ai(mV whlekr aad haU die ii a
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.
A I'fl rate Counselor
to the Married or
those a boot to marry
on the physiological
myaterleannd revelations or tne aexuai ei.iem
with the lateatdlacoverlea In producing and pre
miiftdofraprlog, prtrWn tnocosnSixion,A.
Thla ! . in,:.J;.ii. nTV nt tan hundred and
twenty-four r-agea, with numeroua ni
and contain. l,i.ift ,nrn.,n.tion for thi
are married or contemplate marriage alill It laa
book that ought lo be under lock and key, and not
Bent lo any one (free of pontage) for W 1
Addreea Dr. Ilutta' Dlapeniary, o.
hlghlh alreel, Bt. Louis, Mo.
Stotleo to the Asnieted anal Vstfartassate.
Hefore applying to tho aotorioae (Juarka who
ruaing any iobck
work, no matter
deplorable your con-
neiore applying to tho aotorioa
MrerMno in tne public papers orua
remedied, peruae Dr. llutta' woi
what your dlaeaao la or how deplor
Dr. nutta can U conaulted, personalty or al
prtice. No. l'i U. Bghlh atteat, lt. Market and
Chemint nt liouia. Mo. tnydwly
vmcs n j, C013BIK8,
420 North Eighth St., Phllu4.
A color und drcBsin' that will
not burn tho huir or injure tho
It docs not produce a color
mechanically, as tho po'iBonoui
It gradually restore the hrx
to ita original color and lustre,
by supplying new lifo and vigor.
It cnufics a luxuriant growth
of soft, fine hair.
The beat and safest article
Clean and Pure. No sediment.
ASK FOR DOBBINS'
THE REST TONIC IN USE I
E. F. MAYNARD, TROFR
Use theae only, and sava time, I
money. ll.OUi reward fot-etiy of
any aiafe wiucji luayiau-aacuiaw.
DR. RICIIAU'S DOXDETr BALSAM,
Noa. 1 and 2, ar Uie gratat alteaatiT kaown.
DR. RICHAU'aOOLDE.f , ELIXIR D'AMOTJE .
is the urealeat tonic and aalrlnjient la lhmdla
DIE. BICIIAIPS UOLDKN ANTIDOTK
la the only reliable, .diuratic.
Theae remedies are not adTcrtlsed .to. core all
comj'laltiu, and beneMaoaet. but are wnatui teed
to effect a radical and speedd cuie Inall-aaeafor
which Iher are reoommrndiil,' when all efaar
ireatmeni naa inueu. jena 01 ineuaanna ytany
recoier l-y tholruae, who have lost all hepe.aad
Uen pronounced aa IncuiaMeby thebeaief our
DR. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN HAXSAJl
No. I, curea ulcers, ulcerated sere threas sad
mouth, aore eye, eutaneoua eruptlopi..cotiper
colored hlotehee, soreness of the scalp, aeroraJ,
etc. II la tke great! reneratr. alleratlr -and
dloou purtner Known, remorea an mercury iroen
Ilia atatem, and Icarca tho blood pure and
healthy. j . ,
DR. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN DALelAM,
No. t, curea mercurial. aetioas,Hnanatiat)l
all Its forms, and bItc ImmoJut relief In Ml
canes. . .
Hit. RICIIAtTfl GOLDEN ANTIDOTK,
A radical cure for all urinary derangement
Price, (1 per bottle. 1
PR. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR D' AMOUR,
Aiullcal cure forncrtoua oneaexal debility, la
oldor young, ImDarting energy "lib wonderful
Price 5prbotU,oitwoorl?f ,.r
On receipt of price, t has rm4UwUlbeehm-
n,l to anv Dlaea. .I'romak aikwattOBinJ4itO all
oorreauondenta, Nona genuine wlllioul 1 th nam
of U&. RICUAU'U aoLbEN.aEMlCDIaW.D.lJ.
liiciunna, aoie proprietor,' uown ua iu
bottles. . ,, , , f
Circulars sent. Trade supplied aa a liberal dis
count. , i..U. w
Address, Dr, v. 11, mcnarus.Bs variQaTr'..-'-,
(wrSend money by aisrMi ot onter. good
through your Druggist, and yon will mt wn
inooasi " - - )"'
1 0 a a jo u 1 1 muni m
n. u.iiincar. uniniuracrlaiaia aVMSkiae
wtm e."",-l r
1410 SOUIU 7xUrwTt
mm- v.Avieat. aa a aiaiaaTl Ml.
Are th ehamplon medlelne forthre vrt
and 'lime. Dumb ague and all ethr amoa
malarial fever. They ar P'Tvegiao.
tlY, I .ond tlm.when sSes drmfssLM
obtained. Illoo ,per noltle, f"' " '
'Rttingr' Fever Drops.
DR. RATTINQER'S VEQETAW
LIVER PILLS j ''
Ata excellent In all ceaea ci'TiTCMaiT, WUoua
neaaand Impurity of the bloody they contain
neither calomel nor any otlir mercurial pet
I nnsii act. quicaiyjaatu wouue,iO..ani
Price per box cents,- Ask for Dr. HUlDgfTa
Vegetable Llrar.PilU.I i. - -
DR.' RATTINGERU. JDIARJUIOEA
kfndJoloMrrnVeaanS Dtsenlen- alcnng S&uj!
Prlc per box W cents. . Ask forl)r. Rat.
tmger's Diarrhoea aadpysejtr P?JVdja 3
DR. RATTINGER'8' TdlftO' HERBS
. AND ROOTS,
Make a superior stomach bitter t very'uieful aa
a pnventite agaiui BivariatiTenwieeMwiBij
i 2iJCi urnggi a