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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1871.
JOHN A. KOhllLER,
Minufftnrcf oi ll kinds of
RIFLES AND PISTOLS.
-KEYS MADE TO ORDER;
the dreadful example doca not induce
men to shun the cause. &.It excrts a
transitory influence, perhaps. )fut- iuis
only transitory, ""f "f ui uio.ict
rible deed cc tbj lie iberid,bu
the iileasurcs oi wiuojaiways surTuuuu
Till!. MOAT.0ENTISnMIMJ,,.'1 ff,n 11,0 cf the You,.B
- - ""in'"! .ien i i.iiirurv n 4 clii
"bean tent to !
aP.t Doom 'Uklow
'.wJr, Mint, ft
ihvflrM hpnd. Iteptilf
J5 iper. tix data, nml every variety ef eiten
t.ve prni(n? contracted for, ami prnmytly nml
rpcmly neouledrlt; Ahn.llilletm haok, job,
and n-wapaperNbdln YMbtlhmnt.
'fetal, or-the DiifT UgLHtiKi
Subtaiption. t r
J , 7lff fry cdrtlir; ..,-.iLj.--"'r-'-
Mn rear by carrier, in advance 10 eo
-n-inth by i.iall, L. W
Th.o i tronthfl'. i- .JJi.Jli-. ii
H x months,
n vcar f...f. W
7TU Mli?plfcvi'if (itlih3.f.Qtllua
tiufo'; theonlutnornineil'Muinaouthern luimiii
aieldfaicnkefownnl! trviit, but ftarUni out
ipnktn on oi turijectt cj Merett to the public ;
vitk a tarn and inerennnq circulation, the BMe
tintalMithepaironiyitot intelligent readttt and
.tnUrprtinabutiAt'ittcn. K ti ' JcC.-ftf
"THlf DOLLATl WEEKLY HUI.Lr.TIJf.
John U. Obcrly 4 Corhavo reduced the ub-
aorlutjon pnrn .(.Lthe ..Weekly, Cairo .llulleli IU
One MJarpernmum. making it tfto cneapcsl pa
perpubllihert inPouthcrn Illinois.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
( For.Trasarorand, Collector, ,.t
' For Surveyor, J-"
JOHN P. HELY.
s. -irQeveral mallgnant-cinci of dlpthorla
arc reportcrd t Spririgflold, 111.
.i in ho tnintitnil. J'li!s is a nonrlyccrtuin that the ambus-
. it,.i ,l.,w..,6i.ni.l irt An- dor from France tn Washington will lie
Iruth otnrtllngly donionslraled to MVMiJ.TimaHli.ilinllM11, tunu:
'cfelviJfy the pbcurtvhiio of such un- author of that name.
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J1U ItUII UU'lilllUt'J
-Smallpox l.lnercrlog In Ilrooklvn OPENING OKItEMONILS GRAND
A TRIP TIIRCUOJI THE TUNNEL.
The radical pavjiasteh in Wash
incton whose defulcationB aro the latest
discovery in that line, has" a tender par
ent, who paid the 820,000 BtcaLforUia,
cTrnii" son; and bought concealment of
uis family's disgrace.
Coi. Mei.sonJ the assassin of Gen.
Claoton, had given himself up to the
autKoYiHes '6f' Knoxvitle, an'd' ven
bonds of $25,000 lor lus, appearance
to answer to the charcc. The names of
his father, Ov6v.yn'lrR'C.0Jk-.
son and Jos. Jacnuts'arc 'ortttho bond.
It is thought that strong radical influ
cucc?, backed by the power of avcaltli
lit., i I t ui.
provoked murders as Geucral Clanton
by Col. "Nelson. And sinco It Is so,
the iiudsiion 'arises if a "deed" which
ii toinnuttodf flriR the, jwrpetrator
is unethS'jriflucuceQof flrdhg.drink,
shoaiTflic'crimc go unpunished on that
nccqnnt5'n Heretofore it), has been
the jflclihatiqu ' of society" lo ro-i
garti jjOi tibken slayor of his kind
with nrico1fn'of pity. But1 the sejiti
mcntji gwinfj way to ono of niorc Con
siderate justice to the muraored victim.
Wlicii'it-haHeen proven tlmainan is
insane; :heisccurcd from doing iil&rm
to his fjicndsj and ih(j public, .and the
community . llia't would fail to do this
would justly merit tho censure of the
world. If it..is shown that a man' com
mits a, deadly murcfer while in an irre
sponsible condition hj hit ownaitU,by
what course f reasoning can it bo
shown that hq should noi. only-go un
also bo regarded !wiiH 'sympathy and
trfatci Fitli 'tedder 'consideration
Whether thq, assassin is, a New York
rough, as in the case of Foster, or a
southern gentleman as in tho caso of
Col. Nelson, the deed1 ia the same, and
calls for tho sapo punish mcntuDranV
en ruffianism which leads to murder
.should not he tortured into an cxcuec
.for the crime., Tho kindness which
'regards with leniency Jhe living assas
sin is deliberate cruelty to tho murdered
dead. Uudcr its influence the forms
of law becomo a dead letter; while it
i'nflicts no puuishmcnt for past offenses,
t interposes no check to tho future com
biital.of similar crimes. - i
sprlruilv 111 In
Mnlno, and hif tricnd3 fepr that ho may
Mn, CclU Bfirlclrb, widow oi tho Into
will Dc urout;iit to bear to poctire
Says a late New York dispatch :
"Th liitt lfu of a certain vrcckly picto
I 1 pHpgrrpaUUhed lu tiiU cily coiiU(f
lurto cut ri'incsuntlnij: Hill, Sweeney nJ
Conni) ly, In convict lret nml heavily
niumiclcd. Thu no'ice, by direction of
JUnyor lialVheireu t,u6 wlwik pcIitloii.JI
Tllb democracy of the country docs
not approve of JIayor Hall's' In'tt-st at
tempt to set himself riglitf irrregaxd to
me xuiuumny tnium, i Jgminjr OUJCCr
tionablo pictures -of Jii m soiled onfft
prove them Ela'-dcrous nor'hlm honest.
And sinop fo do either haa LeenlpYoVcQ
all but impossible, tho ptcrestsof the
jarty and o thcouutryVould, be, Let
ter tervcd'if-ftall andri5omnanipps
ia iniquity would acceprthe situation
aud ?eek .dishonredinnd deservo'd ob-
A.M now-wk arcpn.theyethTty
uucuery oi anoiuer lrauu, even one
in which tpator Morton, of Ipdiifiy
js implicated, itfceemi tbat when this
fbinicg light of ndfcaiilmtfpreM!nted
claims to the treasury department for
the use of boats iff thfedtral-fervie?,'-
Ibe claimj.rere palil and- Govornor
Mortons receipts taken for payment in
lull- So far, to good'' But how wjll
it be explained tcTa patient people that
honored ? Senator' Morton
1 PjyJcjiii)h'io,.iairying.iU lucltn-an
Illustrated familnnd fashion papor.
For tho last fow weeks, the Memphis
kiiMAa liaHA lilifllntthtjalu fm; fm.iw Uni
oiuai ncau luies oi " iiornblo jtturderi. i
1 'AM.A.l -lal. ..'.'-. VI.... 11- I...
i- iau viaibui nv t n.Bnr wuiiuju una
discovered that ono of tho drawbacks to
iicceis in tliatlnslilutlon It laiuncrflmtv
of whito kid gloves, gold bracelets ai.d ear-
Udcs of tlio latest style, and a lack of flan
nel petticoat', warm dresses and thick
shoes in fact that tlio girls shiver in fash
ionable drcii wb.llo.Jhuy, try to, master the
(jriiiuijuej ui u praciicni aim scieniiuc eu
i The, following was tho answer of Mis.
Sprutt"of 'lIure5u county to an observation
of a inalo visitor that llurcau was a hculthy
ctitintyT" t t
"Yes, eenllcman, this is a productive
cpuntryrrAnylhin: in tho lindpf;th" nnl-l.
jinn or veKcinuio Kinguum nero ocats tlie
World. I have niudu HiQ pounds of butter
from live cows in ono year, and, as you
rejer wiJiy fiiiiuren i nm nniua to MV
hatl havu iiad.twcntr-sh: nd ilmt.nwii
iiieru (poiniing'MioUurasbanu; is the
mer oi every' oiesseu one r
The mutual admiration society of Til-
tun alid Woodhullas" mutual'- no longer
ithas becoaio a trio by, tho ecccssibn of
Sanator Carpcntor of VUconsin. who.
u3)iei in iuij wiis inaieiKr to niton:
I adinireyour independence tbputtht.
uu hue uiimnuvy ui vuur cemus. 1 IQTe
you for"the'n(fcr recWessne&i fof cutut-
uenccs witn wnicti vou aahcteaa-'srhat
J believe tJTbe lusC and "the vi'tnr wiih
which you defend tji.t jrresittible conclu
sions tf right reasoning." v
The ceiuus ff 1&0 .bows tbat the
deatb,i rouyconimyy.iun ara twjee wiro
quenun jimnttvia u tuey are in lieorgia
ANljile the dryfw?,fiti;e' temperature is
favorable to a state of general btalthful
nei(,,!t xmn that tho extreme and cyn
.The deril is said to havc made his np
'pcaMnoe'WGreqvllle.'Ind, In full, cos
ltumeli6rns'hotf4 and Hret ho seams' to
-licrcconited as a familiar - acquaintance.
; ThM&0.ijinm jne,i tdurlng their
short rclgn; liurned the Kulllotlno: but
Hendrecnt, the ihlcTvxccutlonpr for Paris,
has- boon( commissioned fo make another
thfs tirha of iron. '
Tlio Mossr,Dafwln, sons cf the fa
mous English naturalist, havo lately made
tho .trltflS California a'nd:Yoemite, and,
after hSh visit jn tho Atlandtic States,
will 'return 'to ZngUad. p
A mats' Matadrlsaae Smith, who had
just returned-frfcr a visit to Natchez,
uioqi; uincinnati oi yeiiow luvcr u om-
uraaj UWingWiproinpfc nmwrj ujoho-
uros there Is no fear of the disease aprcad-
.-Tho New Albany"" Standard, says:
WHb will say that New Albany U not
Jletropolltian, when two women wnlkintn
afaehlonHbleslo9n ln-the central part of
tho city and order drinks for n couple ?
"Ditrinethothundersforni which burst
over Paris on Monday evening, Septem.
bcrCth," savs tlicJourhl;d' Paris, '-tho
electic lluid'struck the nowlv arrived ele
phant in tho Jnrdin des Plantcs, and killed
rT-TM ?ieimcn (classic) class. of Yale
Co.lege, a,t tho coming session, will con
tlan alioilt ono'hitndrcd and fifty students.
;and iu tho sciontiflo department over sixty
students. Some' sixty applicants nave
'(beon mudo for admission to the theological
iscuooi ot laic.
, - The New, York Academy of Medicine
has adopted resolutions takingground with
Judge Bedford in support of an amend
ment of tho statuto making abortion man
slaughter in the first degree. The Grand
Jury of Brooklyn has ordered tho arrest
ot ono ir. l. iiavis lor auonion.
Professor Wilbur waa carried up. to the
bight or a mile, wliilo clinging totno ropes
of his balooo, at Paola, Ind., when holet
go his bold and came whirling to tho ground
tie was crusnca to an waisiinguisnauie
mass. The Professor s young witeana ltt
t'o daughter witnessed the terrible affair.
The cheerful parishioner of Rev. Dr.
Todd, of Pittsfleld, Mass., made him a
oresent of a cemeterv lot tho other day.
Tho presentation speeches were Tory affec
ting The spokesman of the donors said he
hoped tneir beloved paster woniu nnu me
eift a useful one, and. tho parson tearfully
illnwed that he probably would if he
stayed In that region much longer.
At a meeting of Cubans in New
York,Su"nday"nlpht, lo raako preparations
for tho celebration of Cuban Independence
on October 10, it was resolved tojmake the
event. as imposing as possible, and to thW
affect an appeal was issued to all Cubans
in tho United, Staostto contribute liberally
tor tho celebration. A gentleman who hat
arrived In Now York from llavana con
tradicts all the previous reports of the
quelling of the. Insurrection, tho arrival of
o)uiiiiiii iroop'j Bays lucre is mi
tnougnt oi surrender among tne uuuans
A youni; Jo-cis, of Baltimore, named
..Miss Bcttio Jacob;, eloped on the 10th
'io$t. with a Gentlla-nfimod Allman. The
rl ; . . 5 . ii . l .
layuivfa wyro uiarrieu hi h luiiuigiiui,
nhd prncccdfcd'to Aleiandria for a quiet
hbiieymrKj.5 The father traced tbem up
tii the hotel;' and was c inducted up to their
room. As tho, door was opened the bridx
exclaimed)" " Father, .we are legally mar
ried," and burt into tears The futher up
braided her fur her act. and forbade hr to
call him faher again, as she had disgraced
both him and her mother. A dialogue was
carried on between tho two, amid their
cries ana sobs, wnicn .waaonlv interrupted I
when the landlord declared tBal it was at
tracting too much attention and must
cease. I be father turned to po, and, m he
aid to, cast a fund look at bit daughter,
and to, bar ((antic "oc4-uye, lather,"
ald: "l will ko botae,-put crape on my
"bat, and mark you n .the record, ' Died.
boptember VJ, ibti.'!' Ana nut tney
Turin (Sp t. 17J Cjrr-t on ;tnc$ London, Dally
At 0:30 o'clock tills morning, tho lit at
tram cirryin tiii'C.miiiiissinn appiiiuted to
Slgndr Ts'conU'Venos'U,;Sigpor Do Vln-1
cenri. tho mlnUlor of p'ubUo works j; Sig
ner sella, who had just arrived from the
beiSldeora son wno j, dangerously, ill ;
Signor Castngnola, tho minister of agricul
ture; the presulrfnPfcrtn'o chamber of dop-
ulle, a largo numoor oi' senators ana dep-
ncluii, ill tills couii
' Tho Idol Is ttrtcon Inelioc, mil nml we' i?' i
thirty ihfco unci a'lulf p.nindf. It Is ci.t
out nf n s.ift tiilo rock, coin o I bbick oh
the outside. It It designed to represent a
female Deity. It Is In a sitting posturo
the b-gs drawn down under the UkIv o 9
nf tho nrms biokcn off.
Some ye.irs slt.ee a similar idol was
found on Col. Turn In's pli.ee, near tho
s.tnio bcallty.! Tout wus smaller than
the one recently found, being only twelve
ftllC idoll consist of n Immnn fli-nro
In a sitting pbsturo : ;the, knees drawn up,
almost upon a level With the chin, thu
hands resting on either kneo. Retreating
chin and forehead full head of hair, gath
ered Into a knot h'ohliid , face unturned;
JLOe dcscrptlon of lb features given by
!uic,; in,nJ '"iff z eul hwflff ttiff; OSO
yldenUy not of IndUri
i iSm .iii, . I i"". origin, xno Cberokees i d
the roval imreh, saluted thd train. At ij.Y, hu, lll0 nrM. u,,i.it
10 the (rain entered the tunnol at Bar- 2?.ft0tttaS?Pftl,
bum.veh's oriMos or mu.
From th B.MloaTrl!er.
We have sen In the Journal what pur
ports to be an account of a private con
versation between Gen. Duller and Sena
tort Sumner and WJlion. PoU.cs have
a poor orphan and baB no father (o
fcep forward and wtlle hi. difficulties
with the government 'as tlie father of
the-it Weeriliy dUctKered defiuiting
paymaster did. Just ow, there ap
pears no e?ajK! for the htmored wnator
but to make a clean hreatt of the
.4Tao ' ' - -
The Mnnnrn nrCrvm n.fh .
in Kuoxvillej TeMu., by'l'ol. Nelson of
that city, 'id another fearful example of
the evils of iutcmpcrance,a phrate which,
though it has become trite by uk, is
sometimes, as jn tho;pretbt case, prcg
nant with meaning. The sin of drunk
eunens goes on 'all around lis men cou-
tinuo day after day tho.iuduJgcppe.of
, , .ui we tuiuiicaung uraugnt
and no harm is done except the con
slant Borrow which i8lt,but nearly al
tint ccld of hi winter, ii fi.i.1 tr..n.,n! come to a vsry bsd past when privato con.
tivei who have parted the firrt itafcei. in vt;rMU"nl V ny' I !
.,Am i...:.,...i .JJL..," ono portion purporU o be given,
v r.v,,vk,K uiiiu i.-rr.-ms It nmv IjII hi wnll tu vnu 1 nurll
fur consumption In ilftin'enota. The Youiik We imve heard that Gen. Butler taw S'.n-
iitn s Chnilian Anoelatlonof St.PaulhM IWts humner and Alison yeerday upon
foin.l,lt'ntfcikry U take in cWMWl tl' l"'?cl "iii1 M l,?,!?)-!n ,th.
bupal of the utjlritmljd,jiivnlid that flock
tntre in tne vain iio oln climate
newprpen. MrrtSumner said thai whiln
hit language was not, given, ho. bad had
.conversation with two editors. "We learn
ol alvj that a ditcuition was had between
the teniuf ictfuuir and General Uutleru
on the causes of djlference, Vr. Sunuar
saying that lili difference with Gen. Butler
wan a political one; that Geo, Butler
favored riah Doriilneo. but that Suinnor
did hot; that Gen. Butler favored the re-
uoininaiion oi uen. urant, and Sir. Hum
an Said that
i-UMdwl, and cncatVd n ground ot the political dlf-
a unpretending suit of Ir.wn. Uo wore - x uwoflner. and Wm.eir the
silk hat. up Into' which. He hid jfcirfTifi'hu,ckV U!tt "ht cam. otRtha betu-r, !..-
hlmielf until bis further pa.s.c had been i',"uw " ?e,,r V". nu,K"ty of the reptib-
U.pped by 1.U cars, lift tcaid was full, K "-I ."i.. "'n,;r B"f
. k yc '
1I0W11K .LOOM,. . .
Polluto.oftbe CliTcago Timet, travelling
witn tne law railroad cxcuriI6nliU, oi
whom , Gen. Oraut' wat one, thuidoMHp
tue cuiei maximal of Ifn aatiua:
. The second day out, there camii Jnlo the uor"'nttUon,uf ''ra,nt. unJ
forwwd can a .iliort, thick set inarori th 7 1'1 no.V (5e"- tlr than
shoulders a trifle n.uydvd. and cntan blti the ground of the po
somewhat inc in.d Lit i,i. iZ.l ureeioy would certainly destrov
Uw bro-d. hii fiUlrifV. .S.vm1;: J,ur.lw n( hop in tho future of the
the hearthstone Their troublp rCaj
and Isngible, although prido and fclf.
interest aud pityiug lovo and other u.o-
tives . compel, concealment. But oetkr
bionally 'community is startled. by .the
ojmmibsion oi a deep and deadly crime,
and behold, on looking or Jtbo.cayse
tho demon of strong drink reveals it.
self, a my dovilof deceit XJndcfkiV
eemiiante ot good fellowship- ami
pleasant companionship, it creeps ipo
the bptia'atid sparklco in' tho eye: and
tuivew on fba lps, and wheu it haa
uuveloped'iUi victiiu,jind made him its
own, it trsusforms, him into an agent
fjrtho dps(r".ctiqn of bin .IHIow-ilud
trrmediate siHlii'iis.vrowdioi peasants lrom
donnuchm nmlu cniuunanic clieorlm;
Tho tunnel was traversed In twenty-one
minutes precisely. All the carriages kept
the windows open, there bclnc no smoke'
at all. Tho train atrivedat Modane at 11,
and there found ,M. Lefranc. M d Les
sep, and thu members of tho French coin
mission. M. do Rcmusat ii expected till
evening. At the station, tho ministers en
tered into convewation. Tho i rcnth min
ister and Chevalier Nli;ra then got lntit
tho royal carriaces. Tho uiL'Inej were
decornted with Italian and French flaiis,
and tho train left Modane at 12. At
Dardonnecchiii, we found nearly OuO other
guests who had come from Turin. Wo all
mure lied in procession to an immense pa
vilion, where a banquet took place. The
pavilion. 400 metres lonir. was oleeantlv
decorated with Hags and alhor ornaments.
i no banquet was served in tno best style,
and was worthy of all praiso. It was, in
iho Ural train loft iiardonncochln for
Turin nt C o'clock. At all tho stations
along tho lino the country people, with
lighted torches, cheered "lustily, bands
playing and flags waving. On tlio Italian
and' French ministers arriving at tho" sta
tion at Turin, they were loudly cheered by
tho Immense crowds which had collected.
The railway station was splendidly illum
inated, and there wcro representatives or
Italy and franco shaking hands before
the tunnel. The wholo city is Illuminated
with muck taste and splendor.
A TMP THROUGH THE TDSSM.
Correspondence of the London Times. '
I confers I felt somo compunction nbont
tbat smuggling myself, as it were, through
tno Alps, before the great dark thorough-
tari cut tnruugn tne neari oi toe great
mountain chain had been hallowed, as it
were, by the opening cromonv. I had
made up my mind to set aver tho Col do
Fre ius or the Col do la Rome, from .Mo
dane to Bardonriccchia, in my own old
way. and bad ordered mules tor what
might, in all probability, havo been
my last Alpinojournoy. There were, how
ever, not even mules to be round at -Modane,
and my campanions were not equal
to a seven-hours' walk up and down hill,
so nothing was left but a teat in the Fell
railway omnibus, a detestable and discred
itable concern, in which, as our experi
ence from St. Michel to Modano bad
proved, when thoy havo charged you full
value for a first-class ticket, they crowd mM
tho sscond and tbird-jlass passengers upon
you till no.room is left to breathe. Greatly
as I think tho future generation muy bo
congratulated on the easy access they have
obtained in Italy, I almost think old
stagers like myself will havo cause to r
grot fomo of "tho sensatiuns with which
the used,in bygone day, to be ushered
into the ' paradiso of Europe." Tho
transitu n is generally from gloom to glarf,
from night chill to morning warmth.
' The very horses and other cattle," as it
has often been observed, "feeling tho gen
ial change, and they uiuullv cheer up and
frisk and gambol, and testifying, by their
neighing, braying, bellowing", tho Joy with
which they hall, in the prospect of the fair
region before them, tlio reward of tho toils
they endured in tlie bnp, weary ascent on
tho. other side." The descent is almost
everywhere rapid, abrupt, precipitous.
L.1IO grow around you at every down
ward stride; at tbo altitude where stunted
Art thinly marked the bare rocks' on the
French, Swiss, or AuitrWn sldo, tbo
chestnut and .the walnut, in all ttioir luxur
iance, till the Italian glen. The flg-lrcu
shades the humblest cottage almost up to
th mountain crest, and where thahrown
and sere surface of the toil at this ad
vanced season strikes you as unredeemed
barrenness you may see on a nearer ap
proach that tho effect is produced by tho
imbble of the small patches of field, alter
nated with tbo small patoherf Of vineyard,
cultivared by tho hardy mountulneers on
crags and cliff', where one would almost
ancy tho very goat would feir to venture
But, alter all, you cannot avoid your
Alps and enjoy them nt the lame time.
.Our purpose ia corning all the way from
London to this place was to know how one
cuuld rnanago to accomplish tno Journey
without feeing the mountains wctadtu
cross, and that wr.s done in as simple a
way as.ono might get from tho Charming
Crois to, the Temple station of the London
underground railway. When wo wcro
all ready, Valviiori gave tlio slgnal.somo
ono called 'out " Parteuza," the engine its
thrill whistk-.and away wo rollod with tho
mostbeautfuleane; Kegaldl chatting away
in hit warm, elooi.ent tnannnr! nt fir. I nnt.
i.. . V ... 7 . ' . ...
ing ini-g'ow-worm-iiKo lumens oi men still
at workmen In dyrk.deep sllence,tlll after
thirty minutes wo emergod into daylight
at tbo oppoiite entrance nt Uardonnechla.
half nn hour before we wcro In Fruncu.
Wc woro now on Italian ground. Our
carriage was last In tho line, and as tho en
gine, worktd backward wo were close to It.
Both our windows were wide open and wo
hail not tho least imaginable inconven
ience from smbko or steam. Thtro was
no precnptlhlo-dillVrence "between -tho in
sldo and tho ouUido air, and ono of inr
ant could i-l vn
no account or tho mound, near wnlch
theje'idols wcro found. Tney, evidently,
aro tho Mound Bulldur,an extinct race of
nlen who preceded the Indians In their oc
cupation of this county.
Tho fact of two Oftheso Idols having been
found near the same locality, and near the
baso of the large mound, on, Col. Tumlln's
place, indicate that a thorough cxplora
thin of that mound, might throw much
light on an obscure portion of human history.
With Its sr'oomy nltrnilnntn, low wnlr
lejr union, 1 voluntary emlailon,
loan or urnien, npcrnintorrhr, !o of
power IUjjr h md. Ion nt memory
nml Ihrentennl Imprlcitrc nml Ijlbc
elllta, kikI a lorerrlirn cure In llnni
iihrey llnmeopattile NperIHe at
1 wc .ly-clKbt. Coinpo.e I oi the m..t ralua
b.r ml III n j (intent tirative, they strike a
no at the ronl. ot the matter, tone up the it
tem, rri-t th-rilchaf)eii, and Impart tfnor iw
mcwy, lile and ilta'lty to thaeaiire man. Tney
hire cured thouiails nf ci.c, Price, $1 pet
iiackxeol fltnote and a arge ri vial, uhlch
f very imnortai I iu obstinate or old rates, or tl
perilnul bnx. ioM by all iini?Klti, and aent
by mall on icel. oi price. Ailjrf ilumi.tirrT'
8peclfle Homeopathiu Medlcln Co., Mi Uroad
way.-F. Y. p. HCUUI1,
auelM owawly Agent. Talro. lllinnf.
WINES AMD UltCORa.
cccusoa roRLX a imartrra
Rectlrjer attd Wbolcaitle Dealer si
foreltjn and Domeatle
LIQUOKS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Levee,
Sniaanata Btoea, CtlftO, ILLINOIS.
i Dea)erlnndkindsof 4 '
STAPBK AND FANCY
rtirmcr'a t'nrtl mid Ntnlllnp
Cor. Wisliipglbn-nv aud Twontioth-st.,
jySTiHf ' .
.. ,'IGB.OIiAS FE1TII,
U ' ' kaVll
: - ml
THE B1UDAL CHAMBER,
I.bbAYS 0 11 YOUNG ME
OHCAT SOCIAL KVILH AKU A11USES,
Wlilrh Inlerfprn Willi
of roll. f f r the e-untf nml iinirinb
ind 'elillit twl. fern lnneaie.l i-nti loped (r,.,
I'lurrn., nomirii riiruiHrv AM Aoi
linn. No. 2-outh .Nln'h tl I'lilMtlnhla, l'a.
Cor. WanbltiRlon-nv.and llfli-t.,
W. O. GARY,
" u I'd
full stork ot
Bourbon, Kya and Mononaa-
HE keeps on hand onstanily a
Old Keatuckv lkmrbon. Kra I
lieu Whiskies, French Uranilies, lloluuju Uin,
iinintaaa uaiuornia wine.
WM. H, SCHUTTER,
Importer atsd Wboleaale Dealer las
TOBACCO & CIGkA.:EW3.
Agent for the best brands of ,
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
SALES RpOM, No. 13 SIXTH STRE
Moat Narceaaftil, Popalar and IVrfect
Of the period aro oor vell-knorn
Imporled Ale of DlffrreBt Klttds. rr-
75 Ohio Levee,
HAED and SOFT LUMBER
al every description,. .
LATH, SHINGLES, , CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASir, BLINDS.
S T K A M 1J O A T L U M B E R,
Furnished on nhortett notice.
. . i
Commcrcial-av, bet. 10th and llth-Bts.,
rid regular, hit eyes blue, nar.lv closed
nuv. iiiuui jiiraiaub ui vxpression. lilt
lace was metui.andAtrlDo'rHitTyt's'lIls
tup wa somewhat feeblo and his attitude
such as if he feared fa trust hlmiolf f-r
f'?m nthiDB c10 hicU ,Le icouldtcling
As ho cntne into the car with lili waV
ten, uncurtain ndiiAaa If ha
to tumble a shudowv tmlU tniu-hinn- vu
Hps; and his bluo eye lighted wltbVood
natured gleam, with hia hat drl
luwn over' hi yei,' and1 hU "banaffclihci
,ub lu r'iing i i luo.tarseaiijho looked
for all tho world like tome semi-ldiotio old
uuuiiiiarjuiiitsuiogirom-tf corner grocery;
fiil. 1,1. l,.- r..n - .i i.,. . 'I
.... ,u( BUU uli eiprciiou one ol
gooinatured deprecatl6il of his appearance
.aud hit condition. ' '
republican party but in the renominatlon
and election of Gen. Grant. Gen. Butler
alio stated that tho Journal having ad.
vised thu Worcester convention not to on
doro tho renominatlon uf General Grant
5was ovidonco of where it stood. Thera
was much, other personal conversation,
which we rofrain from publishing, oven
under tho provocation of' a supposed re
port of It furnishod to tbo Journal, but
wnicn, if either oi tho senator desires to
bavo published, can be easily given in
companions slumbered through nearly tho
whole distance. Tho fuct that th i, nn i.l ii ii
was in our rear wax certulnlv In r,,e. .
but tho unanimous evidencu of all who hi d
corao through In rhe morning wont fur to
esiaunsn that thoy ulso uxpo
rltinced no unpleasant ton
latlon, and tbo dlflercnco of tcmpornturo
could only bo detected bv Vnlrninrl'
1 L.I..I. , 1 m -f ' '
eiain, which innraeu a low dec rem ,r ,.,l,H.
tlonal warmth In tlio tunnel. Thn
'degree attained in to-day'? journey has
ur.cii io vtj'" cuiiugniuo. uratoms
HOUSE MOVER "AND BUILDER.
la prepared to do all kinds of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
REPAIRING OK J5VKRT JIESCTUrTION
ON THE H0HT, aOKH, TdM.
OUDr.ltS left at tho reniilencool Mr. Kennedy,
on Center atreef, next door to the new nchoi.
ho an. i.r uildreaied to the care of 1'. O. Ilox 14
for tlie llullenn oitlre, will reueire prompt ultfB
Ir. lUtllnKcr, solp. proprietor and msnnltJ
1410 SOUTH 7THHST.,
NT. OIJIK, niNNOIIRI.
DR. KATTINOERS FEVER DR(I
Ar tlieeharnpion medicine for the curt ol F
m. u.r,i' "umo.',ue hr kind
malarial fevert. They are purely Teneiahle i
nmcjiy nun permni ntly. No person need I
, V i I "Voiwi ome.wnen lliete ill
,. ,,r '-. .,."co Prr ooiuc, l.u.
lUtt ngei's Ferer brops.
DR. RATT INGER'S VEGETABIl
Ar cici llcnt In all caira of cosliTeneti. blliJ
ncKnnl Impurity of thn Wood, the, cnl
-.....i, wii muj umcr mercurial pien
linn.; act qu ckly and prrluce no arlil
Prlun H.r Ikix Si'HriH. Auk for Dr. lUitlntl
.rt-inuie i.ner I'liia,
Die. RATTINGER'S DIARRIIOI
AND DISENTERY POWDERS.!
Are a plea.snt. quirk aid nfe remedy fol
klndioi Diarrhoea and DisenteryattlictlnR adl
linger' Diarrhoea and Dyoenlery I'owilers.
DR. RATTINGER'S TONIO HEll
JlnUe nrx-rlor "totnuoh liit.em: n.r,l
a preTenllin -Riln.t malarial ferer aud earx-l
Iu M I Ilnin n n . . - . . r .....I .1.1 ,11.. ' afl
M-r pacant. -,uceni. Aa lor luutinge r IIH
I Fnr eal by all firat.claaii druKXlota and ifi
in meillnlnn y8"il
CELEBRATED BITTER CORDI J
NATURE'S GREAT RESTORATIl
N. W. COBNEU FIFTH AND RACE STl
joiin sciikxtz. sole montiM
Ills a reliable Famllr Medlcin. and -d
aken by either Infant or at ult with the aame l
llulal reaull. It la acertaln, prompt anil apil
rmri j lur wrriira,ujaraiiry, utmciacomp
drtnenaia. Inwneaa of aiiirila. Iklntiuca. I
aloiiiah,healw:lie etc. For dull and fnttl
ul kind., It la far belirr aai ailer than quii
eitnoui any oi oa rnicioui enrcta. a ec
k.n riiH'llte. tirnira a lowrrlul diaealor of I
aad will L-oiinleru-t the ellecla ol llouor Inal
mlnulea. At indisputable ttldence olilt ml
cal nropeniea, we apna a lew i in many
uai-aiea iu vur iioiaeaaion s
John-on'a Depot, Eait Tenn., and V'a.
Jicoa Sciuiti, Eq. IarHir: I n.eu-l
llltleral liaie ob aineil Pom you, and Cnd .1
In li tt IIiht arp rnrominendvd to li. 1 fol
one txiilta lo altord tne contidrrabl rrl ef. 1 1
aallioutn I cannot do irry well wiinoul llieia
taypreniV...oi neaiin. ,,-s
U. U Taal HIX. IM CVUIIIOtM Piia I
I'ator lUntln PamvuiiIc Chtinl
Hoi J by W. V, Allen, Za Mikmtritlubur)ul
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
THE GREAT SOOTUING REM El
31 r. ( Cnrea colic and griping
Will 11.031 II i J in tne iwwi-l-, ano i-
rilitalea the proceia of
ruli-liira o o n r utal na
and jretcome all di
ea.ea inculcnl tn in
I fa !. ami i b nlrrn.
Both are of the alrrrieil construction, and so
eaally iflariaired thSt we gnarantce tiifintojire
Km nn arilrla In th liouaMiolil baa aureater In-
Alien!. In nrnmnllntli heillh. rmnforl and hap-
piiirhi oi llio iniiiuj ,i-iivi- .tiiMu .v
atore, It la-economy ai well nt policy to Ret the
very best ; anu id kuying me .
You can rely on';eu!rc thrfmbst succeaaful, p
ular and peifrct cooaioi(. atova, ever midn.
usidk the ' '
" KPict'itn nnbir.cR.
You are alwayVeurenf "baring Jiifry, Tender and
iteiicious itiiaiaaei, t.iinatu, nam, lu
i v. r
Excelsior Manufacturing Company,
611! and CU N. Main-at.,Ht. t.oula. Mo.
AND A LI I.IVB STOVE DEALUIW.
C. W. HENDERSON, Agent,
IIOOTN ANI NIIIiK-f.
BOOT.J AN) t S1JOE , ( MAKER, ;. ;
lletwetn WaahtnBfnn' Avenue arid Poplar falrecl,
IVIIITCOIIII'S J lery am!
Sirup. 1 pla.Dtlr
it 1. 1 hi. nre.it Infiint'a anil Children's Poo it
Kemeily id all diofde r brought on by Tecil
or any mher cauio. Prepared by the I
OltAI'TO.N MEDICINE CO., fel. Louis,
Pol.I bv Drnsi:iets and Dealers In Media
st jHj bittb:
THE BEST TONIC IN USE
rou NAI.E 11V
E. P. AYiS'ARD, TRO
a itnoK FOR THE MILLION!
A Trlvate Colinl
m tho Married
th aoaboultp n
nn tho iii)iui"
lloola nml pane Mai to' Order.
Fine Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
myaterlra nnd revelations of the ",nj
Willi the Uteat .llacoverles n I .rodue lug ani
ventlni? nllaprliiK. l'rrvloa tne con pxi"
Thia la an Inlere.llnic work of Ifto'1""0' ,
twenty Klir pauea, witn nuir.enu
and 'on.alna'val.ial.le infyrmat on for itwsi
am miirriodorcimleiiipute marriBKo,
tHiok tliat luni'o oo uiiucriu. ...- -,i
detail. To show Mr. Sumner's opinion of a.proviout trip ruse to 21 degrees
llio prcvalciicn ,,f ,i., i....
manv of tin, i. m in to mo oxact am
'"w. neS7 . ojl tl Slope U who does not
-ioers-Sr .ir""' ho long sum- Gen. Grunt si
dVuM.Mn& hflldiugi conduct towa
dry until- the, hL-J ;T- I?.tn.B. W '1'Ogt
liiuuiu hi ill uer. In tha ,a,ta,t a "
where wAtter If KZZ 'ln"ln
Gon. Grant, wo havo but to repeat what
lio has.saia.on more than ooo occasion :
" Gen. Grant, " ho tays, "Is tho lowest
man who ovar, satin the presidential chair;
lower intellectually than Andrew John
rqn j lower morally than Franklin Pierce,
and lower socially, bocauso In privato life
Mr, Plorco was a gentleman,'1 To is )s
tho oxact language used by Mr, Sumnor,
it uesiiato iranKiy to say that
should bo impeached for his
towards Santo Domingor
A correspondent writes
uro department! reeh eand defneriv'. i ironi one or tno exploring partlot
Jkibllityto.canllagratlon T very Ve . ?f w'w' WUIon oKho !i'(5rthorn
Some towns1 haTo'beld mcethiuir tu ,i,.vi. BVn tnat Vlf.' llRV0 beon run rtlonB the
'measures to check: (b'o ravage i of aire Jjron and Big Hole rivers, in Montana,
ii, , irF'iTr .at tbo tiorth lino ot Monlanqa and Idaho,
p.,. ., 1(i,i ,, - . - The lWavHtt wdr'k on.tho Hhq Is expected
iiTii1" clPhdJsfovered sulphuric at tbis'polnt, which Is tiVput ten or twelve
iibid in ill whllkv. and it la' mlMlJ (,', iL .mll. T, I., i? , .
h whisky may " nrovi) In. I cross thu dividing riilgo nt a grade not
geited that tu
A more triumphant succor than has in
every respect crowned this- grout work
could nardiy havo been anticipated by Its
mu.n Duujiiiiiiu wuii-witucrs, our pace
tiiiuuuiiuui, i-roaaing seemed fairly
rapid and oven j and tho tlnio employed,
both in tho up and down Journey of bo
tween soven and eight English mllnj. was
precisely 68 minutes, but tlio average tlmo
allowed to tho trulns when thn linn ahall
bo in full operation it calculatcdat '20 min
RELICS OF ANTIQUITY.
THE IDOL FOUND IN 1I1RTOW COUNTT.
From Atlanta, Ga., Plantation, Hept. lS(h
It is only within tho last few ilavs that
we havo hud au opportunity of teeing tho
idol recently plowed up on the- farm of
vjuiuiiui i.iiwit riiniiin, in iniriow county.
n wn nro uiinriiioil, una Ulnl wna lounil
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
EIOIITII HTRKET, BETWEEN TVASHINOTON
AND COMMERCIAL ATXNTJKfl,
Has just received a full and apleadldlineaf
NEW G00DS . .
Dreia trlmnlnsa. allk ibnpa. silk aaloon, eol-
tire laeea. moan trimmlnsa. ciocket button.
allk and velvei buttons, pluabnd trlmuiuircl-
ir., ii.i, nil', i,1 (iii.'i.i.uiir .!, umicai ,.i,va u.
cniiureiia'antej, auu a lull anuconrpioietiocaoi
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All ef which she proposes to tell at
TUB TXV.T LOWEST CASU 1RI0H
"HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
Milt aoi.ick roa i
BOOTS AND SHOES
ommcrclnl Aveune, C'oruer of KIbIU'i
UAITIO, ILLINOIS. '
TARTIOULAU ATTENTION 1'AID TO ALL OR
DKR8 VOU HOOPSKIRTS AND HIIOKS.
.1 1.. nl.Alll tl.A ItnM.A.
. Ml Ulin-l"iJ "". ..." ....- . .11 arj
hunt to any on. (fi' o of piitaye) forW cert
Addreaa Dr. ltutta' Diapenaary, M
Einhlhatrctl, Ht. Lotus, io.
noforo applylnK to tho notorion. H-----yi
r i o I it 1 1. o pi t til i o ju f "e r s or using W
eillea, peiuJo Dr.'lluita' wnrk.i no n
I your ulaeuao la or how doplorable j uu
Ir.'butta oan bo consultod, reraonall
i i. nn inn niann.na ini-nn",, .v . ,
..ill...'.. Nn. z N. Iliuhth atreet. bet. waia"
OiiH.lunt Kt Lniiia Mo.
City National Bank RuIKJbk.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Flour ond drift Mills,
Tho "Tupper" Patont O ate ha',
MVVttVlttV KO t IKVitt AL 1'UllVJbKS,
NO. 160 WASHINGTON AVENj
Haa on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATOHE
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given lo
REPAIRING FINE WATCHEl
Tho la-?et loo'f of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCH
INN ATI, OHIO.