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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, .1871.
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per publiahed In Southern Illinois.
For President, 1872,
JAMES R. DOOLITTLE,
Sub'tect to the decision oj the national dem
Th New York World on .Senator Doolltllo.
, "His record is so eoniistent and untar
nished thai it inay be likened to'a straight
line ilrawn across a puzzle a clear beam,
wiswcreed by the fluctuating atmosphere
vf American politics, through the punt
ilrrnlv limn" .
frtM y. by Senator Dulillc, ihliccrcl , at De
twtt,iu liCH, i
f'l.et us iiol hy llieHouth .aCimillu proposed to
ilniythn people ol l.ailutn ftr thy hud '.rein-lied
iiiMinttllome und had le-cn mil iIohhIiv
Hie iir'ii til lliAt power. Whi the nuealloii
nt.ne in the B"nit- : "What nlmll I ml ilonc with
lot inn nii'l th i"iiIh of Litiinn ?'' there were
mime even there whu shouted : "Confi.-cnte their
iiioii Tlyi miikv llietn muvui. 1 here , hnw
itfr. nnp ihnjjlay Mlia uouhl.hAitt muUn I Ik-id
"itiiu. to IhfirwM n flfire., Hut (.'urnllliH, uhon
r ttoon oi.a j.ioiu.iiuo n.w urine iu mimenii'
mortal. a(i):',Sf natOM. let lis nuke Ihein IV I In'
Itiim", an'l tint" ni l lo tln nuner an I ;ioiy ol
RiJtiM"" Ul'ui; now thai ihejlikte luiJ lUmothi-
firirthelr rebellion nml haverenenej ibmr-
nllefiienco lo the union ami the ll.ii;. inakathe
niiuincrn K-ojnirnnr n-uuu-'iiirpn, anil iiu
aid lo th jbt-raii i j(lrrr,nf lh imtiiui.
Gr.K. UR.VSt'sI ro-olcction is t6 Jbc
urgcd.bccaueq bin aJmiuiatration " has
' buon eminently a Cliristian one." 0
thievery, and perjury, and nil kinds of
ta'caWty, and despotism, where are
your Mivoral blushes!
The Memphis press is' advocating
the policy oi having respeetablu citi
tfiw Mirye as jnrpra iu criminal casses,
instead of tho. P jury loafers" who now
monopolizo that buMnoss," and Ihe cesa.
tion of thVbad'liab'it" of carrying con
cealed capons. -Three, coldblooded
uiuruers iu lour uays, uavu neeu
many, even for Mcmphit-.
Ex-CoxortESs'MAN Ibnn.w docs not
hce why his having married two or three
wives fchould saud iu the way ofhi-j rb
celving ihe suffrago of his fellow-citizens
in the fiithre and accordingly pr6
poke" til t-iie'how they will regard him
as next radical candidate for governor
of South Carolina. He is right. The last
thing.thatis.'obsorved by good radicals
these days, from Cram down, is the law
of'tJiq jumij umi it would be iUimifestly
Jucousist'eut to consider Howen, who
points t JiLb rtjeorjl ,qs;a radical with
pride, laid pn (he shelfj merely lecauie
b'e'broke tlic law of bis country In suuh
a very uuimforta'ilt particular, compared
with tie groat Interests ofMhe radical
Rirty, as taking iTsecoiid wife before thu
firsrhad' hhunie off-jho mortal coil
Bowcii shou'U not be left.
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, t M KM I'lUS..
TiikltEw not in all tho wide world
another city in. which human life Is
held as vplr iu Memphis,
hveryman, woman and child carries
deadly'- 'weapons and all ai-huino 'the
airs, flf fho, most approved school of
southern ohivalnv- The men aro pom
pous.'aud nevdr lose an opportunity to
aBH-rtjIn -tho !oar 'bf the trembling
World; that they aro- gentlemen, " by
vi u; the wrSnHid l..,,,iir,,l t
rightly,-luodels in dress and deport
in.Mil iA... !? . ' ...
- - ' MM.IIU4. UI1U
lUovuad aiuan fili.,i i...... . . .
unon with intilK,. i
.v,. vr , looted
majority of the gcutle bearti-d ....i.
who iuovo iu her company; th0 v0y
wear their hats in brn ndo Mylo nud
rcfentan insult with h I'"1 1,1101 ns
promptly as their fathew. Au-jncw-tious
word, an uiigimrdud ook,an'inll,i8
crcet motion of tho body,
is likely to result In death,
orin a bloody oh'mbat. A walk
along Main street is as dangerous as a
ride (iloiig the front of a regiment in
the bead of battle would be. No per
son, not an absolute coward, cau live in
the city two consecutive years without
being killed, 6r scared' with a kuife,
or killing or scaring somebody. It 19
a nest of lawlessness .thei horao of the
most atrocious d'cspcradVism, and yet it
has about it something that attracts
even the timid. With a full kuowl
edgo ol tho fact that residence in the
city is almost certain death by violence,
about, forty thousand people perversely
linger thero, facing danger that might
well appal the bravest, with a nonchal
lance that is really charming. We
aro wrapped in astonishment, and pause
for an explanation of this wonderful
Notwithstanding tho very important
fact that, during the past year, the la
bors of the pulpit have been incessant;
and no stone has been left unturned in
tho 'work of rcdeominglho world; even
ii; tho faco of the still more important
fact, that the preachers of the land
have had, in their good work, the
hearty co-operation of The BULLETIN,
and its able co-worker, tho New York
Herald, crime Htill 'continues to run
rampant iu the land. Murders, rob
beries, forgeries, mcaHties of all kinds,
arc as numerous as radical offics-holders
or Grant's relatives. Ministers of the
gospel continue to provo untrue to their
vows, and take to liquor or women like
Victoria Woodhull ; husbands continue
to desert their wives, and wives to pine
upon thejlocks of sweet but treacher
ous Lotharios; clerks porsist in tapping
the tills of thcir-cmployers ; men are
still unjust and woman ditto. Indeed,
the power of the devil seems to become
more' firmly established ovcry day.
This fact has given to The 11ui.le-
tin a vast amount of trouble. "Wo have
pondered on tho subject on several oc
casions, and know of no way to clear
from tho world tho evils that afilict it.
If The Bulletin could bo intro
duced into every family there would, uo
doubt, be speedily visible a decided im
provement in thc inoral tone of society;
"but oven The TJulletin, although it is
universally recognisfed as a great spc-'
cific for tho cure of evil, could not en
tirely reform the world. Wu are sure
of this, becaujo we have observed that,
although several of the prominent radi
cuIh of tho city read The Bulletin
daily, they remain incorrigible and con
tinue to statul in the flough of political
sin and cry out against tho beauty of
democracy. But, notwithstanding this
discouraging fact, we intend to continue
to-labor-in the cause of political right
eousness and moral reform. We shall
continue to cast our bread upon the
wato&, in Jthc hope that after many
days it will return to us.
The friends ol tho chief justico are
becoming very active in his bebatf, and
arc already niaking' arrangements to
present bis name to tho democratic na
tional convention tit bo held in 1872 to
nominate, candidates for president nlid.
Thcro is not'irow' living iit America
a man who has u greater host of warm
personal irieuds and admirers than
Chief. Justice ChtiFC. A' statesman of
uiany years oxpyrieuuo, 1i:ih been,
true to his convictions under all circum
stances, and Ikui. defended (ho doctrines
ho espoused with transeendmit ability,
lie never compromised wllh jiriiiciplo
to achieve tuicce.m, but always walked
with a firm step directly to his desti
nation, saying: " Juty directs my steps,
1 and they shall be taken iu thu light, of
' day." His priVato life .has been as free
from reproach as his public life
has been manly. Calumny has not
breathed againsl bis purity or put iu
(juestion Ins honesty1. Occupying po
sitions of trust, in which dishonesty or
even a disposition to eompromibu with
dUhonesty cbuld have reaped a narvel
of riches, Mr. Chasu is to-day not what
thu world call8'a"rlt-h'TrlAii'."Not a dol
lar of corruption money ovqr stuck to
his c1cmi hand. Personally lo 'is -a"
candidate in whom anjv. party might
take pride. 'Z .
Hefore thela(e war Mr.,Chaso was an
enemy of the extension of slavery, aud
tatrcdoi that iiibtitutiou led him to ad-
ocate policies which wcrdbbjeclionablo
to us to all democrats ; but this must
be suid of him, that even' when
iih advocacy of obnoxious doctrines
wab most offensive, ho never for
got the proprieties, and in thy hottest
contests was1 always dignified alwayB
the htatesmau that never, resorted to the
theatrical flourish- or clap-trap of' tho
politician, iu all tbtiEo contests ho
was an ardent advocate ot the doctrine
of btatcs; right; and fougW bis fight
against the fugitive tdavo law bobiud
the" bulwarks of this , great democratic
doctrine. Indeed, on every vital iirin-
oiphj advocated bv tbd'domocratio rartv
, Mr. Cbaw ttQoil ROjUarely to the line
states' rights, frco trado, hard money,
oipial taxation, rtriet construction of
the constitution.'tbut on the ncuro fiucs-
tion ho was the ciiomv of tho nartv and
itruek at it forcible and effective blows.
During tho war he proved himsolf to
be a great financier, and furnished tho
HinowH of war when the difficulties that
surrounded bim werc almost insupcra
bla. Ho won ,8) Btterctary Jof the
treasury laurels that will never wither.
After the war, he. endeavored to re
strain lie republican. party from rush
ingito dffstfuetiOlndr bought to dis
suade its managers from destroying the
states and building up in the center a
great overshadowing despotism. His
efforts wcro futHo ; nud, the only bar
rier that kept hirh outside the demo
cratic party having been removed in
tho downfall of slavery, ho drifted back
into tho party of his youthful days.
Tovdnydio standi in It 'a; true rcprc
scntativc of its vital clement, tho clc
mcutof progress, which, having the sa
gacity to see that war has legislated for
the ropublio, that old things have parsed
away, that tho issues of the past arc
dead beyond tho hope of resurrection,
have tho courage to declare these facts
and insist that tho democratic party
must recognize them and discontinue
the ridiculous Quixotic folly of chargiug
wind-mills tho overthrow of whiph
would do uo good, but which can not
be overthrown and will Junhorse nny
political knight who puts his spear at
rest and rushes against them.
AH ni'ISTLE, HATUKR PERSONAL,! UKPLY
TO T11K QALATIN OAZETTE.
Editor Cairo llulletin :
Dear Sin: Admitting that debate,
whothor or'at 'of wrttt'on,''awakens genius,
I must confess that my avorslon to any
thing like "newspaper controversy" al
most deters mo from submitting this com
inunlcntioii. It Is truo 'the- urgent neces
sity ofrcplying to Mr. Morgan should meet
with no compromise; and, In a matter
that involvos tho characters of political
and personal frionds, our a:tlon should bo
tho result of mature deliberation. This
matter then havo I weighed with such care
that rio blamo can possibly bo attributed
to mo for Involving any frlond In the pub
lic refutation of charges nude against tho
advocates of '-right and justico." My ro
ccnt statement in tho Uulletin was not
prompted by any malicious motives not
withstanding the assertion mada by Mr,
Morgan, who "soys i "I havo bitterly as
sailed the committee." Whatovcr I said
was dictated by truth, and will suffer no
retraction from mo. 'Now, to reply in tho
stylo of tho-Spartam "all my assortlons aro
based upon the 'information received di
rectly from Mr. Morgan." "Twas ho who,
thon, advanced opinions cxpressivo of my
"superior claims," and It is he, who now
with his peculiar Instability charges mo
with uttering public falsehoods, forgetting,
I surmito, thot thoir source could bo easily
found in him. If thoy bo untrue he incurs
tlio responsibility of having mo tho Instru
ment of his lying propensity j but, on tho
other hand, if thoy bo not falso, then in
bis attempt to xofuto my charges ho
provos himself a liar.
.lie denies the truth of "inferential asser
tions" mndo by you. This does not tsko
us by surprise whon we sco him depart
from that' "sac rod path" and boldly ns
ii mo the responsibility of sacrificing truth
and justioe ip order ,to maintain tho lucro
of asupoillcinl policy. That is hl desider
atum ; and he consoles himself with tho
thought that "tho end Jiuttlhii tho means."
Such nro tho mun who fever all connec
tion with Jurtlco alid"go over" to a parly
Uocauno t'tUoy buy of their wnrcs."" At
thi stage - lp..tho. world's history who
would bltttne him 7 lienor to-day is tho
sluvo ofgold, Poiey lifts tho "veil ' and
looking into tho futuro-lmN Justigo stand
ndde. Truth and sincerity tlio atrongo-t
ties of human society nro hurst asunder
by thoae treacherous weapons, falsehood"
and hypoerlscv. Boumliigly wo nru slow
ly drifting into an ago of degeneracy; and
nmy well concur with tho poet who threo
huiid-cd years ago, said: "l'latu sin -with
gold.und the strong lanco of Ju.Uieu hurt-
loss, breaks ; arm it In ruga, n pigmy s
straw dutl) pierce it."
Again, speHklf.g'.ofA"himor'' ho Bays.
"Tho liiero word's n shivo debauched on1
cvury tomoj on ovury gravo lyini;
trophy ; andas oft is dumb where dust and
damned oblivion is tho tomb of honored
Viowlni; then the statements of thoso
concerned wo arrlvu at our conclusions. I
do not, however, charge him Individually
with tho actIonof"th6 comlultloo. No,
this would , bo, unJusU"Il nioroly involve
him In that which concerns him and nlo
a individuals, ponnitting him to assumo
his portlott of llatoVt!r Is tijiafgco; lo tno;
commlttoo as a oouy. i
Tho bjthorto nslllod- repu(ntlonr
CMlrCrdi'sSiltrrirovTshted mo'from bring-
ing his name into Jmmedialo eonncctliyi
ith his board but-' his slloiico would'
prompt mo to regard him as having as
sumed tho dictatorship In nhls matter, p
wrote two lotters to him and roceived uo.
answor. uo lias beon'cnargcu in a puone
journal, and has not yet given u reply.
What inferoneo can bo" drawn from this,1?
rio muitbo either implicated with tho rest
or afraid to como forward and vindicate his
honor. yVhlch ,is it? If the formor, ho
undoubtedly merits condemnation. If the
latter, severe ccusuro. Slnco ho was the
originator of, the plan, ho should have
givon its execution into thu hands of the
eommltloe with instructions to carry it
out in a mannor wortliy of the thought
that suggested it. His silence, the par
tiality manifested by the examiners, and
their unjust decision must necessarily con.
vtneo us that no honorable policy ever sug
gested such u couise.
Uefore concluding, Mr'. Editor, 1 will
dwell for i moment upon their bitsia of rc-
jccllon. Mr. Morgan In hi paper bays:
"While a majority of tho board was of tho
opinion that Smyth was the but i-Jue.ilcil.
Cochrn.no was liis aupotbr phjsl -ally. In
the opinion of tho board then Siiijt'i and
Cochrane wcro equal, "Well, your physi
cian examined mc, with Mr, C'ocliraiio,
and prcnounced mo "all right. '' Why did
lio not dlicoror somo Haw that would dis
qualify mo 7 lie couldn't do it ; and there
fore I presented myself for tho Ititullcctual
test on a physical lovul with my success
ful opponent. Tho result of thu final one
Is wall known. Xotwlthslandtnc this It
was tho opinion of tho board that corpu
lence should .absorb all other qualifica
tions. 1'UU U an opinion worthy of being
transmitted to posterity. You may trav
erse tho oxpanio of this land, And I will
venture to say that you will not And ono
man to advanco a such llko opinion. Jto
for lack to tlio days of Lycurgus and bolon
aye, eok the savngo In his wild retreat,
and ho will tell you that Its worthy ot a
board "wooden men."' Again, Kgyptian
like, tbey probed tho records of my ances
tors, and quickly found ono not very re
mote, that was not a citizen. This thoy
brought to hear against mo, ulthough they
know that no such objection appeared
aiming tho dl'quahttcalions. To what, my
friond, will not men, belittled by prejudice,
stoop to accomplish their dciigns ? men
who affect In public what they daro not do
In private inun who sacriflco justice for
policy and whoto honor disappears before
influenco aschafT beforo tho wind. Leav
ing theni to their own rottencss I can as
sure thorn, hoforo terminating, that when
Smyth ngatn applies for tho cadulship ho
Will. rest assured that tho examining com
mitted is not composed of fickle-minded
party-tools from Shawncetown. Fearing
neither tho forensic genius of the ono
nor tho piercing eloquenco of tho other, I
concludo by addressing our friend :
Aa thou nrtrent lii'tlce. tie assured
Thou ahftllhftt e jmtlce, more than thou ilesir'nt.
Sincoroly thanking you, Jlr. Editor,
1 am yours as boforc,
Cairo Aug. 31, '71. W. P. SMYTH.
Com'.nffi from our Exchanges
Metropolis wants a railroad.
Potatoes aro scarce in Massac county
Wheat is selling ut!1.10 in tho Metro
A public school, for colored children,
is to bo kept In tho church building of the
At tho democratic county convention
of Jackson county, hold in Murphrysboro
u week ago yesterday, Messrs. J. U. May
ham, F. K. Albright, John O'Harn, and
Edward Schwartz, woro elected to repre
sent tho county in tho Stato convention.
Tho Jackson county Fair commences
on tho l'Jth inst.
Willis Cox, a son of Mr. Davis Cox,
democratic candidate for assessor and
treasurer of Jackson county, was attacked
with a congestivo chill, while altendir.g
tho camp-meeting of tho M. E. Church,
and died shortly after, at tho residence of
Uy election, tho next term of tho
Murphrysboro public school will last six
Popo county has u mutual protection
society against horso (Moves.
Fifty dollars Is offered for tlio capturo
of Georo Whltakor, burglar, who escaped
from tho Pope county jail on Wednesday
Green fruit and potatoes ore scarco iu
tho Uolconda market.
Popo county is sickly tho present
Gulconda needs a good hotel, and n
citi.en of that placo oilers onu thousand
dollar mid n building lot, as slock In tho
enterprise of putting ono up.
The Agricultural Society have decided
to hold the county fair ns usual this fall
A Daily Tribune will bo issued from
tho ofllce of tho Wcchly Tribune during
the week of tlio Stato Fair, In Du (uoin.
Kx-Gov. It. J. Ogleshy will deliver
tlio oration at tho re-union of tho 16th
The Sons of Temperance of f)u Quoin
" recognizing tho alrnoU limitless Influenco
and power of tho press, to eradicate tho
tho evils of socloly,'' ask that a column of
the Tribune, every week, ho devoted to
advocating the eau.o of temperance.
TIIK COMING KASIUO.S'S.
l-'ioni Lo l-'olet.l
Wo see many indications of tho nolon
nises and eusaque-i coming into great favor,
especially for rich inuteritiK Tlio polon
aise tunle It much worn for lichtmalorials:
if made of white muslin, it can accompany
any toilet. Thu front U cut all in ono, tho
buck breadths plaited to tho, wulst, and
t'uncluxl pp. ' Tlio tight-fitting caiaquo, on
tho contrary, has tho body and skirt cut
togother everywhere, liko a prolonged
basque. This 1 vor, becoming to good
ligures, and will bo much worn this nu
turn nud winter. Charming littlo cloaks
and tlelius are worn for out or in-doors.
Tlio jnost elegant robes do ehambro aro of
white muslin, i hey are long aud flow
ing, eiiuor piaueo, into a squuro sliouldor
pleeo, or havo a Wailcau plait: some aro
made domlajusto, or like u verv lonrr casa-
que. Thoso mado in whito muslin aro
very often accompanied by a colored biv
ilito or Scotch muslin undcr-skirt: under.
bodieo r'so of color. Tho most dressy trim
mings is muslin nnd lace Insertions, ovor
color,1 edgod with lace. Thoro is not tho
least necessity for nny ol tho colored part
i r : 1 1 . . i.ttA ... .,
oeing anivj uitiiaiu i--iswers tno samo pur
pose, and is more suitable Tho mlm ln
ehambro in thlckor inatorfals, such as al
'poca'or foulard, are op:n from tho waist,
allowing a handsomely flounced and
ombroidorod petticoat. A littlo laco coiff
ure, with, colored ribbon, invariably
accompanies thoso drotsos, All dresses nro
mado with basques or tunics of somo kind,
and tho bodclos oponedjor trimmed to ap
pear so. Somotiines tho basquo is mado
looso from tho bodcio and attnehed undor
u waistband. Tlio crinollns aro still quite
small, but tho tournures havo lost none of
thoir size. Many costumes aro made witl
n plain skirt, trimmed with bias, piped
with ft shado darker. Polonalso tunic,
trimmod to correspond. A row of buttnuH
of tho darker shade down tho sldosoftho
apron, as If tho fuller pari, which Is plal
ttd to them, woro fastenod by tho buttons.
A plastron in tho form of a walstcot is ut
tuchod to the body, the join being hidden
ly a bla, so ns to havo tho nppoaruuco of
a jacket and waistcoat. 'When tho cos
tumo U of a striped material, everything
of n darker slmdo In theabovo dcs:rlptlcn
i 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 o ul lliu
sntno color ns
tnaiite-iu do cour is still tho no plus ultra
of elegance, Somo nro mado with tho bod
ies ami siiri in one, una caiieu tno -prm-ceso
mnnloau do cour," they aro nlways
open over an underskirt. Hats aro
universally worn by young married ladies
and girls either In town or country.
They aro now much less eccentric in stylo
and "trimming than tho fashlonablo bon
nets. Dnilding and embroidory onrichod
with beads are very fashlonablo. Plack
cachemire Jackets, profusoly embroidered
or braided with gold, aro in groat favor,
and socm likoly to continue so. In trim
ming with lace Insertions, tho tinder
materials Is cut away. This fashion adds
consldcrbly to tho oxponsc and labor, but
has n very elegant effect.
PltOM TK.VAS TO PHILADELPHIA.
Tho recent arrival at Philadelphia of n
cargo of 880 quartors of fresh beef from
Texas has created qulto a sonsatlon in that
city. Directly after tho arrival of tho ves
sel tho hatches that had remained soalcd
from tho moment tho vessel left Texas
were opened, and tho uppermost quarter
was lifted out for inspection and found to
bo ns fresh and swoot as when it was
packed awav. Uy nn arrangement of a
hugo ice-box In tho after part of tho vesso),
and n hugo fan, a current of air was kept
continually passing over ana permeating
betweon tho layors of beeves, and thoy
maintained thus an avcrnco temperature
of 30 dcirrces. Five hundred pounds of a
dainty fish, caught in the Gulf of Moxico,
wero lounu lo no as nrtn anu pcrieci as
when placed in tho rcfrieorator. Whon
it been mo known that fresh Toxas bocf was
boingiold at 10 cents a pound, half the
ratos charged in the street market, n great
rush of tho people "Was at onco rnado to
takoadvantaco of tho raro opportunity.
Tho captain of tho vessel at onco trans
formed a portion o: tho roro uecK into u
well appointed meat stand, and secured a
corps of carvers, who aro now, and havo
been slnco this temporary meat shop was
opened, industriously engaged In attend
ing to tho hosts or customors constantly
prossinir forward for tho cheap Texas beef.
Tho scono was an interesting ono. Itlch
and poor crowded forward to bo served,
calling for quantities from a pound to a
quarter, and while waiting wero proline
In their encomiums upon Us good quality
and cheapness, una their riddance irom
tho "butcher monopoly" which thoy havo
been compelled to support for so long a
time. Tho now cntcrprlio bids fair to
givo a decidod impetus to stock raising in
Texas, and tho timo Is likely not tar dis
tant when semi. weekly vossols will arrive
loaded with frosh beef from that section.
Tho experiment has been tried at a season.
ot tho year during wnicn its success might
havo been reasonably d oubtcd.
LOST AND FOUND.
MADAM NILaSOS's JEWELS EECOVERKI).
(From those. Lonta lUputhcan 1st.)
Last sprint; we had occasion to chroni
cle tho loss by Madam Nilsson, rnothor of
.u'lio rtiiMon, ol nor jewels, valued at
about $4,000, noar Do Soto on tho Iron
Mountain, railroad. Tho Nilsson party
woro coming from Memphis to keep an en
gagement in this city, andas Madam Nils
son was taking down a small satchel from
n rack it opened and tho package contain
ing tho diamonds fell through the window.
Tho train was stopped in order that tho
agent of the troupo and several other per
sons might search for the valuables. Tho
parties wcro left there, but failed to find
tho package, and after a most rigid search
gave it up in despair. The jewels woro
found yesterday in a most singular man
ner. Mrs. Flynn, wifo of Patrick Flynn,
a laboror on tho road, was attending to a
calf which sho had tied with a long pioco
of string to a stake. Sheobiervcd it scrap
ing thocarth and making n clean surtaco
around, and she went hack to shorten its
tcthor. AVliilo in tho act of doing this
sho discovered that it had unearthed somo
dirty paper. Sho examined it, found a small
packago closly dono up In tho same dirty
papor, woll seasoned, and opening it thero
was exnosed to view several snarki ntr
diamonds. Sho immediately called hor
husband to examino the treasure, who was
wild with delight at too discovery.
Thcro wero 17 peices, including brace
lets and two heavy diamond rln?s. An
officer of tho railroad company tolcgraph
cd tho discovery to M'lle. Nilsson at Now
port, It. I., who on tho receipt of tho dh-
. i . it... : i.i
paten soul uu nnawur mm anu woniu givu
tho Flvnns $500. Tholowols, which woro
lounu at n point near Ilia track oppoiito
ex-Uov. yiotclieVa residence, a short dis
tance north of Do Soto, will bo forwarded
to M'lle. Nilsson to-day.
Tho North Western Farmer forSentcm
her is the largest and best number ever
issued, containing ovor Jorty pages of read
mg. Thirty thousand copies of this' num
ber wcro issued. Tho publishers. Messrs,
Caldwoll & Kingsbury, onnounco that
with tho October number, tho Farmer
will assumo its formor shapo and stylo,
which is much hotter ndaptod to an
agricultural journal! than any other. The
Farmer will bo furnished to thoso who
subscribe now, the remaining threo months
of tlio year free, or till .January, 1873, for
51. CO. Address,
CALD VV'ELL & KINGSUURY,
The woll-known dry goods merchant,
J. llurger, now east, to replenish his stock of
goods at his store, 142 Commercial avenue,
will send his first lot on in a day or two,
and Mr. Julius David, his polito and nlfs
hlo clerk, will hold tho opening salo on
Saturday noxt. aug31-lw.
WINES AND 1.KIU01U.
WM. II. SCnUTTEB,
Importer mill Wholewale Denier la
AKent for thu bent brands of
CKEAM AND STOCK ALU,
luiporlvil Aim ot UilTercsst Ulada.
7G Ohio Levee,
If CAino, ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOOKFLETII,
tvecrssnit i-oiile a BToexritTii
lllerlll'yrr nml tVliolraale Drnlrr ss
I'orclKti niiit DotncNlIc
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Lkvf.k,
Bi-RIN.nrir.Li) III.1CK, CV1R0, I LLIN01H.
HIl keeps on hand conatanily a full atock Of
Old Kentucky Hourbon, Ityo and Mouonsa-
neii. wuisKica, rrenen iiranutcs, iioiiuuu um,
Willie nud Cnllter,u)a Wines.
IlOUItS, NAHM, KTCl
W. W. THORNTON,
HL1NDS, WINDOW GLASS,
OFFICH ON TUNTH St.,
HrMioen (.'oiiiinrrclnl nml Wnntiliiglon
A OKNTM for Hock Itirei l'ar Company'a
XV. miraiiiinir rvii and ijimru t...incni.
11. W. John'n Improved Itoollnif alvayi ou
S. WALT KltS,
lit AtlR l
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol cmy ileacrli'lion,
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAK POSTS,
DOOUS, SASH, BLINDS.
Furnished on thorteat ootic.
Commcrcial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sU.,
LOOK TO YOUlt U1HLDBKN.
THE GREAT SOOTHINO REMEDY.
Mra. 1 Cured colic and k.'rii.init 1 Prlre.
WIIITIOXII'S j in tl,n hovrl; and f i- I ii
nirap. ) clliiatea the iiroveia cl f Canta
tteethlntf. J "
JIr. I ritibdur a eoai ufalana 1 Trlr.
WlllTlOMirS I mid jercomii ulldla- I 85
nyrop. I rn-en llli-liirni Ul III- I vaia.
Mrs. r Cnrradiartheit, dlai-n. - I'rlrr,
WIIITtOMIl'S J lory and aiimmer corn. I i.'i
Sjrup. j pl;nttnehildien ol all 1 Ctats.
Il la the flrent Infant's nnd Children'" KoothtnK
Remedy In all diordi-ri hroiiBht on hr Teelhlnc
oraoy other catio. Prepared hy the
OHAfTI-'.N MKDICIMI UW., St. LOIila, MO.
Bold hy DriiKK"1 9nd Dealer In Medicine
every win re. inyTdwim
NATURE'S GREAT RESTORATIVE.
N. W. COH.NIU FIFTH AND HACK STS
JOHN BCI1KETZ, WOI.E I'ROl'lll Eton.
Jills a reliable Family Medicine, and can N
akun hv either infant or ac lilt wllh ttiv aanie U'i
tiolnl reaulta. 11 la aeertaln, prompt and ipredr
emedy lor diarrhea, dyaenU-ry, Inmela complied.
uTMpenaia, luwiivaa 01 aiurna, miming, aicK
atoiuach, lieAdaehn, eto. f'orchllla aud feter ol
all kinda. It la far Utler and afer than nliiniat
eithout any of in pernlcloua ellecla. It erleotr
in appetite, provra a powerful dieeator of foe-a
aauwiu couoieract me enecta oijujuor maf
rnlna!.' Aa iodiapuluMo eldjnw ofili jn
cJ nropurlh-, we append a rear1 of the many
tiAeatea in our poaaeaxlon I
Johnaon'a Ilepot, Eaat Tenn., ami Va. U.
Jacoa Kcuirrc. Io. IliarHir : I nA?eued IB
Bittern I liu vi oh Kioed lioui ,ou, and End them
lo ho nil they lira rucoinuia-ndwl lo t. 1 found
one botlln lo nltord ineconaiilerahle relief, I leel
an tlioumi I cannot do uery well without them, la
ray preaeiu hihip in iieniiu,
1). MKMIiK. lUHouthClh at., Phlla.
Piutor llaptlat Paaayunk Clinrefc,.
Hold by W. P. Allen, 3a Mam street Uublique
HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED.
Just puMUhed. inueaIed.euiIope, Price, Ccl,
A lecture on the natural Ireutinenl, nr.d radical
cuieof Hue rnntorr lira or Heinlne W eukneaa. Iu
voluntary Kmliaionn, Hexual Debility, nail Impe-
uuiuoiiia IV jiniiinKH Kciicjuiiy , arTDUMiiuni,
(,'onaumptlon, Kpllepy, nnd 1-ila; Mental nno
I'liThlcjil Incipucily, reaulUoK from aelf ntiunel,
eic ny iioin. j. univerwen; m; ii., uuinor oi in
"Green Hook," etc,
"A HOOK TO THOUSANDS OF 8UFFEKEB8
Bent under mud, in plain envelope, lo an ait-
ureas, postpaid, on rHieipi oi am cenia, or iwp
postago aUtnpa, by Chaa. J. O. Kline A Co., l!f
Aiowery,new iora, i-uaiuuiee uox t,i.c9.
el3la niw3 ;
DUNBAR'S AVON DERI' UL
BETHESpAj MINERAL SlfRINQ
OF WAUKESHA WISCONSIN
Thia watar la Ihe ockmwledg edaura Pi the In
truciauie uaa incuianio uneusu Known aa iirifiu
diaeime and diahelea.
. ,Ilrilit' disease it fjiUUotUe klduy,th Udi
wnsteii away 'ilettreS'lffe'bjr ilarvallon of th
blood. ii rt 1
Diaoetea commences with fre.jnenl dcaliea Id
jiuas naiar, Kuaa iuithi, cuoBlipanun, loan ui
ulreneth and tleali.
Astonishing cures of dropay hare been effected
briQkil,iat denoatl. inflaaknllnn nrh neck of the.
bladder, alkali. andiKfluly wellinaa.r For Hid
liver u la imaurriniseirr It will nllayj all jnflnmM
tion o i me xrauey ana urinary oriu
four hours, ipvlng IniniedUlo relief 1 alao ascar
let fever it pTovenW ihe kidriy from eHg
and removei all Inrr 'S'iazL.',' "
n i i ,..,! RlllieHnriDHB. Wailkealm. Wis,
1 cidir If jo are amioted.wUh eny IhoIoreJ
a0l inl3iias.l wrllo .to Ihii noilseilcped.- ilia
iilflceWIII coal yoiiiiuiiiiUKi no vi. m ...ivii,ii.-i.
Innlysla pnaesihlmso;f.of clear. kpwUUo o
aiiy-indlvldualenjc-no inalferbl how lonK atmid
ill coat you nothing; he can by chemical!
Iiik. Ills wonderful discovery iieineaus mineral
Water la a poalllvo remeuy lor inn lorruoing
nllinenlu. II lina never failed 111 do Whftt he elallnu
tor it where ever used. Tniawater linn the name'
good etlect at tho remotest pari oi uie oounlry,'
thai it haa at the Springs ! H never losca a pnrtl-
caior Its medicinal qnaiiuea uy pocuage or Irana-
porianoii, uireciiuiia nun i U8e wie water aud
circular wui accompuoy i-ac iihckauo oruerea.
Addreaa, . , , .UICilAItn DUN I) A 11,
S3 PennarlTsnla-av.. Washington. U. O.
Or Edwards'. iMnbar.aeneral Manager at the
upnngs, wauuesna, wis.
Ageais wanted ororywbers. IclOdSui
TIIK BRIDAL CHAMBKIl,
hbSAlS V OH YOUNG MI
(1IIEAT aOCIAL KVILS AND A1IUSES. P
ll'l I.I I. i J ..i I
iiM-iiiiiierirrovfiiii nmrr fin, will, aurnm1
i iin ran. v haiii ri iuiiih..i a . -
1.1. .whm '., -piiwejpniii, Pa.
A BOOK FOR TIIK MILLION!
A Prltil Count
fo lli Marrledi
Inel a boa llo n
" - I Atl (ha n , I nl , .
,,M.riir. nun rcrriniiuna ul ilio aezuai a
wmi me lairaiuiscoreriea mproduelDg
ntln orTaprlnir, prrMrrinc thecornplttioi
a mm in nu uiiert-aiinK wora oi iwoiiunare.i
uairea. witn aumi-rnui anm
anu coniaina taiuabln inrormallon ror I hoao
hook thatouahllo Ixi under lock an
laid enrelranlr About tho houae.
il try, an i
Kent to any una (free of tmalai) for W cn
Addreaa tlr. Itntta IM
r.iKUiu r-iicri, .11. J.UUIH, 0.
noiiraia 1 j. in iri.n ann 1 nfnaiiia.
lleioro apMylnK In the notonoua (Jilarkh
ri.-iiir.itra, iirruao nr. iiuit worK, no ni-
wnai your auruo la or now upioraui 1
Itr. Ilntta esn m eoDsnlttd, peraonally
mull. on'thidiaar mnllnnil in hla w
nITirr. Nn. VI N. Klffhth altfct. Irfl. Mubi.
Chi-rtnntfct Iuin. Mo. miVili1
North Uljhth St., I'lillnJ...
llr.r.lll'IlL I W I I
A color and drcaaiiig that
not burn tho hair or injure
Tl .1... i 1.....
. .1 .
niii'd ill 11. imain ni la 1
mnnnnn e v 11 M tmi. iitiihiii
It gradually restores tho
i. liv . I AKla. I a r a
by supplying new life and vij
It cause.- a luxuriant gro
of soft, fine hair.
Tho best and safest art!
Clean and Pure. .No acdira
Sold everywhere. .
E. F. MAYNARD, TR03
a i- r iji a.
Use these only, and av .time, htallL
money, n ,oci Reward for any f; r dlaer
aqy sfafr which they lit to urt,
'Noi. 1 arul.Xar .he grseteat aJlerttiTel kJ
DiLillCHAU'SGOLUEN ELIXIR DlHl
s the greateat tonic and Aalrlngent la the
l l'Slr li'Jii 10 j ( ''
i iim poij re,uuutt uiuraAic.7 (
, t una leinoAiea l BUI UTVTUa,0; CV
uuiiiiMiunu, anu w-j)iiiBi .uuierni
lonuxi radical eati apeel aaiia tneUfM
which ilwy are recomrnepdeu. -wtxa.aU I
treatment haa fallod. Tens of ihousajkdaa
Tceoier ly I heir , who haae loat wl livpl
been pronounceil a dixuiable by. Ihe beet
lueilleal dutiiltv. - .
lilt Itll'.ll A ll'N (HII.1KJ II a IX'
No, l, cures ulcers', ulcerated aore three
muulli, mis eyetr eulaeewuj erupSieasr'. '
colorvl blotelitf. aorfneaa M-lhaeaJp, sct
ete. It fa the KieeWet reaerator. ajleratlr
blood curifier know, reeamea ell meroura
the svitotii, od;leaTca, the ;bioo4 purii t
Ileal. MJ, - ,
tin ti.r.ir i.u nnr.iMHf vi.aai'. w
all Its forms, and glre immediate relief,
i.u, i-urei inrri;uriai wiucaiuna, rnvuniur
mi wiiiiiiii-M luiincv iNTiimT
A radleal eure for' all U rib art -deranferr
Irice, fl per bottle, , ,( ' r
A r idlcal cure fomertons er etrieral'deti III
old(r young, lmTnir1lnr energh wn
etreel. ' O
ir nit, mc, hau'h ooLiVbn hbkkuibha
ltieilAiina. aula riennnatfhr-il'ltllnivA le elal
(inretiNu-e sent; TVadffear4lfMSWIIIMn
count.- ''5.iO,'r i -j'
Addreaa. DrJD, P.UietitnMjM VsVlek-at.1
Winer.. . - : .
through your VzwHW&WWP.ty
lt ii'.i. . e .t c lea n. ,'na J I a 1 I
lolnr anil' miJlufJ
i v r t ifr! i"t nif
U. JtATIlINUJSHa JTJSVJii. va.
Are the ehamRtmi njd!c(ner,r- thercaswet I
,luiariAjet.,, AU.y u IWBiy ijiw'
'nolllnn-.i' V.iiTrTrfna " "
DR. ' JvATTnEliEGEARS
Areesoelteat lav all ciaei ef eaMtlTeseaa, bl
iiaai and ImpAuity el tk hlaod, Ihey out
neither calomel noranyothcrmercurlal preq
ilonai act quhltiTaediBrflute. no grkf
Price per box n3 cents, Ask for Dr. Battlil
Vnalil.1. I Ihf mil. I
Are a pleasant, quick and. sue remedy f
kinds ol Diarrhoea nnd Duentery afflicting a;
Price per box 6o.-eent. Ask for Drae
nger a lilurriloettnuuyNenief -owuera.a
HATTivnv.ii's Tnxm hk
pre.Tutla gaUt iiialMJaiWvv,uii.i
1J M lAIOUlU 111 B,Mf' U"H1T,
ner tiau aae. 25 cents. Aalc t or UettfnaerM
For sale 1 y all firat.clasa druggists and d
Price 3 ner botlle. orrwfdtfe.. '
On reeelpt of nriee thee VemMlee will beL
to anv nlace. " lhromvtaieavtloa saM
In. Wlfhftiik the
in medicine JyS0