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Til DOLLAR WEEKLY llUl!.".,
John 1. Oberly Co. ntf rM-H the .ul.
ui(' prw nf th Weekly Oilro llnltetfn i
Ov IWitrjm in, mkln ' chMpett p.
t- mhiti. i in -Mih-fi III'""!
?a St. Lot'M Hoard of Trade and
Merchant' Exchange hold a mcctiiij.'s
on Thursday, for the purpose of fak
ir;; :otnc action on the bill now before
t mitosi, for the relief of Chicago
lb" tome of both bodies wai altogether
Cf;iotJ to the bill, aud resolution wore
fj.sijJ. instructing Missouri senator?
m! representatives to that effect.
Tnw National tfaptitt, a rcligiom
spajur published in the cast, take
r. rong grouuds aguiust the religious
t iiitaduicr.t to the constitution ndvo
CaLd bj the Cincinnati convention ol
list '..eelc. The views of the llaptitt,
tl u religious journal, arc peculiar :
" The promotion of Christianity
r.v.;.t be Jcft to the free activity of it.
Oit .jilu, under the guidance of the
1 tid the ever-present spirit of
Cod. The state bus exhausted its pro
rjjitivs in this direction when it pc
ra.ij to Christianity a perfectly free
tci'mt;-; it must secure like freedom
to ril it: citizens." With the highest
po-slul. personal regard for many
vhoc nnrncs are sigucd to the forgoing
call, re can only invoke confusion
u4.jn ilieir counsels when they come to-
b.r 1 to discuss the subject of nation
r 1 rciion in aU Us bearings.' "
V na probability of Jeff. Davis being
clc.tcd by the people of tho south to
the tenate or house of representatives,
in ..le ivent of tho passage of a liberal
cm-.atv bill, is one which seems to
f.ct tho Grant radicals into a fever,
'ihtidea of the arch-rebel over being
cjloed lo tako his seat in tho national
r-v:nbly, on equal terms with the loyal
i uatcrs-nd representative, who in tho
of r.bcllion against their conn
73, "hivo no sins to be forgiven,''
is pr jiosurouB, it is terrible, and can
rot I j entertained for a moment. To
Le rr.ro there is not the MiRhtcst prob-
rl'.l'u that Jeff, ever will bo sent to
r.b m any contingency, or if he
vsij, that his capacity for mischief
rocid crpand to any alarming extent,
L it th; objection answers every purpose
Cj" " ioyal " congressman and senators,
'j Lu argument, against amnesty.
'int. Central Baptitt, a religious
journal published in St. Louis, gravely
objects to tho slander published in a
roruly newspaper, that, " the U.iptists
of Lafayette, Indiana, are greatly
cciicd, &nd considerable trouble exists
in i'iat lO.fii in consequence of tho dis-d-Jon
of the question whether blocks
Tor ihs Nicolson pavement shoufd
Lc "-.rinhltd or immerteil. In conse
Lncc of tuo influence of this absorb-
iog :opic, the work of putting down
fo pavement has been stopped."
" Of course, says the Baptist, this is
t U fally. But after all, we arc at n
less to determine who is the most con-
01- rtarss, he who originated it, or he
'.lie u'.;ci,it circulation. Perhaps both
t 2 about equally empty-hearted and
Io ? foicibly is the powerof the press
ilhatri..2d in the above caustic criticism
cf .La LaptUt. Until wo read it, we
t'.osght (ho rtory about tho -Vicolson
i ivctjt 1 1 joke, but tho linptist has
i -vuu; our mistake. Wo are in
td to oeJievc that the Lafayette
u?4L.j.mt. have such a discussion .
THE UAU1CAL WAV.
tyafcir-E; of the uuuVpy condition
c'kLu.-3 in Chicot couufy, Arkansas,
iLi He' ;p'uis lrtihiiiciesays
' Ii ..'.t-b -will not be (iiitUuii by thn
f" d m !"lliti whloli llirt I'mturnnr ....... 1
li- in Cu'.so'. county. It U not probaMo
t 1 tho L:ov.rnor will rIvh any of bin
t' n to '.ha situhtton of affair in that
co' niy Vicaufio he is one of tli mdicul
rit.1 of tiic .-"publican tmrtv of Arkmnm.
tul U -s y buy at Vuh'm;tun In Hit
tnir.i:u li-aulor Clayton. Tliii occuplei
mi t.-iiou mnu.
And uer-iu lies tho secret of the
is'rmis'ament of radical carpet-bag
outtj-oldv; all through the south
rl'y, b.-J.zzz of arranging for a longer
Icifc of poT;;r U uppermost in their
Caoti.-j'ai Thtt does it matter if tho
lauioiiso. .Uc community Buffer if
s in t'.,e csw o; Chicot county, a large
Ulrica ofc!;unl.-7 is desolated, its in
la uLa obpped, and its people
c..7. ifju", thoir homes? This
- j v.'sh i grain in tho scale with
t.. lufti. . of carpet-bag officials
u. n; w.- . la (Lo ofliccs they love
to vollv ....a:-,n to tbo dutios of his
i;.lti;u Sc..:c,t UethitiL'H a
" 18 n"cr known to bo
XJ-t these fa(3lH tJl(J
i7 ia a:tre of,
I no .ii .t lulljf or have Vi10vvu
iu: a Jv.' K 0vt' timo titan 0
;if;.,B in Wh.
ngton city, mid ! Miffcrhig
people of the mrpcMw gov
erned communitirt of tho """south
haw como to iuder.-tniid that there i
no tclinf to l"ked. for in that qu.ir
cr. 'mough thoir u ron cry to
Hwioii, Crm.t is dcf. J l"'"-,-coplo
of Chicot county. Atknnsas.
there is hope. Iti.n long lauc hai
h i no tuniiiic and nvon nowjlic "turn
in the long lane of radicalnbuso.' which
the south ha? hid iuflictcd on her peo
ple, i" i.ihlc.
JST Savcrul large conl-pilos in Cldcugo,
it is SHld'have neter boon cliniuislied
tiico tho great fire.
BQX. VtU, tliU winter, hut been tory
lull, the tlicutros oil'orlng only Indlfltfrcni
Attraction, iind melcty howlni but 11,1-
t'o nnlmiitlmi, while the wvnthcr Inn beun
unutually cold mid drenry.
B3X. Tha Atlantn AVir lira, a re
publican journal, fvor i bill to rcllcv
Mr. Ilcnchcl V. Johnson of political dim
bltillci. It tays tlmt Mr. Johnson it n
candidate fur justice) of tho stuto supreme
ftaT Accorillng 10 the Ilotton Journal
tho inovcmunt In nominate Senator Wil
ton for Vice-President Ij notconfinnd t
Jew Knglatid. It thinks I'cnnsylvntiln
Ohio, Virginia, Alabama, Illinois nnd oiu
or two other jUtes nru nlreiiily prepari-d
lo vote for him In llio convcnilon.
Coy It is dangerous lo bo " biglih
tpuken of In Cincinnati. A baby uhs
left fit n rich man's door tho other night,
with a note saying : " Having beard you
very highly spoken of, and also that jou
was extravagantly fond of babies, I have
brought you this lrenun."
C.SMwaukcc, with n population o(
nearly 80.0J0, bad but one arrest for
driinkennos per day for tbreo days 1ai
week. Thoso who nre acquainted with tin
bibulous propensities ol Milwuukcean
can linagino tbo wretched insufllciency of
tho pollco force in that city.
CnFAmong the late inventions is n nose
machine, which, applied to nn ill-sliapcd
proboscis lor an hour dully, directs tbo Sufi
cartilage so as to produce a model ot
beauty. It is not stated whether it nl.'o
corrects the Irregularities of temper Indi
catcd by tho J liferent styles of nrcbUce-
BSyTho ordinary supply of fulso hair
in Kuropo is exhausted. Tho emergency
is being met In two ways : Agents nro be
ing sent to socuro thu blonde troses of the
Iceland maidens; and n watchman in h
cemetery ul Lyons, France, Ims been milk
ing bis fortune by rotibing tho graves of
iho women buried thoro of their capillary
tl.Among tbo treasures secured by
l'rof. Mnrb, during his roccnt cxplorn
lions in western Kansas, was tho greater
part or the skeleton of a fossil bird,
flvo feet in height. It dill'crs widely from
Hny known, recent or extinct formsnnd
affords u fine cxuuiple of n comprehensive
typo. It has been tunned 7r.;ieroriit.
tSyHuving been deleated ut every point
byCiovernor Wurinoth, th Carteritet nru
now resorting to love-fe.ists of their own,
at which they derive immenso satlifaetion
from denouncing tho administration, de
manding reform, and hissing with great
unanimity whenever any illusion U made
to Wiirmotli. Tho meetings seem to hnvo
the same cfl'ecl upon tho victorious p:irty
as Carter's last pronunciamcnto did.
Joaquin Miller it giving public lend
"Club-riitut" for m.ilrimony and di
vorce nre proposed in Indiana.
"Heady m iid' Ii. idal costumes nro up
prnpriately ndvortit'd in a Now Jursey
Tho Japaneto embiitsy lint boon tak
ing pints of view in the California juitrtv.
Mrs. Partington, n II. P.Shillabar
lecturing on "No Subject" in Massachu
Sir KJwin I.indeer 1iu been nddi'
tloually knighted by tho emperor of Ger.
Two Indies barn been appointed on
tho stuto board of school examiners in Cal
ifornia. Serenades with lour hand-organs mo
In vogue to express the niixe 1 feelings of
.Mr. JliirlburJ Is onlidjntly named
at the next comptroller of tho currencv.
Holmes county, Oulo, but bad no
deaths fur tho past ten years, and its only
unilurtnkvr it in tho poor house.
Uk)iii!i, Ohio, hat started Hiiother
UiViu-i f..,llkll) M.n,lltot)( wj, ivos H
state of app;,r,.,,v u(, M b
-A California .U,,VIIUn.8 wf(f
plies his place in th, imlp., ,llH r hU 1('b.
soi.ee, and It much appreciate, u- l)lu co.
Tho prisoners in tint Idaho ,.,.,.
touliary have announced that they
. . .. , - "U l liu ineuus nun nuvi'uiiiiT.. in v.uiiioiii
not remain in tho placu unless thuy areilraiii, willioiit .ixceptlun adopt the second
supplied witli tobacco.
In Ann Arbor, Mich., saloon-keepeit
are subject to n special tax of $100 to pay
u special policu force for arresting vhem on
Tno Haroncst Weld, lately decess d,
luft the greater part of her estuto to Arch
blihop Mmining for thu establishment ul
u Culbuliii chapel ut Oxford.
The position of Indian agent Is sup
posed to bo lucrative unough to cnublu
Mr. W. D. Davis to pay $3,000 to Mrs. 0
M. I'utnum, of Wuthuigiou, for bre.chof
A Virginia bello has conceived tho
Idea of having on ornamental necklace f r
evening wear madu out of bull, ts with
which all her male relatives wcr thotdu-
THE CATRO DAILY BULLETIN. SI'S DAY,
TUB APJOUIINMKNT MttDKLE.
AVasUINOtoV, I). C, Jan. VO. 1972 -Hcnu'or
Morion, Gram's right bun'
Iwwer In tbc somite, played hi ndj'tu-ii-ment
hntliV. in whieb ib curds
sttukod, which phrj crd pl.i.vr wl!
uiidorttn'nil :id won, n lis) fondiy
thought, three out o. th five ttlcM,
enchte luinjf tbc game; but whi-n tlu
hoiiie yestcrdaj c-.me to play the bnbioi
of the game, lien. Itiitlei holding tlio otho
card, it was found he did nut hold trump
enough lo win. It occurred In this wise;
Mr. D.iwes.for tbiso.iee, played unwilling
ly the part of bunlor of the house for (Sin.
tirant, and lie called lip the Morion res
olution, which pacd the senate, to ad
journ on May UlUli, and urged us patsagi
in a manner which plainly showed thu
he wn awaroof tbo weakness of tile prop
osition. Me'rs. Urooks, Kerr nnd Ilol
man. democrats, and General Karnsworth,
Garfield and Hank, radicals, nil spoke
against tho proposition very nbly and
IIVTLEr. CAP THF. CLIMAX OK AllSfltDtTY.
Hon. Ilutlcr, however, cappol tho idlm
ax of nbsurdity when he, innlvocaoy of
llio proposition, stated as n reason for an
early adjournment that Washington would
ho peculiarly unhealthy on account ol the
trcctit being dug up and the uialiirln aris
ing llierefi'um miglil be productive of sick
ness among congressmen nnd for this
weight r reason he thought that tho be.t
lung for congrus to do was to adjourn
bdforo tho wiriu ivnatlior set in to putrify
tho nnlinal d posllt of four or ilvu feet
wtiich toe iietlvii and enterprilng
"DItltCT or COLUMIIIA UINO."
Have dug up ut nn immense cost to the
lux pavers, wlio lament in i-trains notn
ong and loud tho beautifying of tho city
at tho expense of their pockets, e'pcially
these improvements nro regardid only
is ii means of sustaining the numerous lit'
eenlli iimei.dmenters who sould go to the
P'ior houtu If work was not supplied ba
ttle district government. Hut to return to
our mutton", the moment tbtil Hutler got
through will) bis doleful lament in favor
uf the Grant-Morton resolution of nd
clo.irly proved that tho necessary lcstsln-
lion regarding Cuban affairs, civil torvico
reform, tarilV, inlernul reveiiui nnd Mexi
jan ntl'iiirs could not bo perfected in the
i time limited bv the Morion resolution.
H. H. COX
then got the lloor nnd bo let into Kutl
anil tuo ailminislrallon in n manner pecu
liarly hit ownwitty, sharp, caustic, atir'
leal and pointedly truthful uml wliilo be
was riddling tho adurniitration, tliroiigh
llutler, the scene was very funny. There
was Cox, who 1 think for this mice Ion 1 1 i
patience trifle, slinking his linger nerv
ously at Hun Hutler, ''tho distinguished
soldier from Massachusetts," ns hu calleu
him and every word going right homo
amid tho smiles and laughter
of both radicals and democrats
Fernando Wood as usual, bolt unrL'ht ns
olio of thu columns of the hull ami a fnt'rrv
twinkle of the eyes and a numms twitch
ing of the mouth boir.ivnd buw much liu
rnlMind thu castitrutlim ni. ....u- .ft...
administering toUrnnt. Tuo imissivu he.id
of lion. Dan 1. W. Vourheet was rui.ed
from IiIb writing lo hear wh it tho ever
brilliant "Sutset" hail to say nnd when
no had finished, tho hearty though ipiiut
laugh us he oenliigaiii to Ins writing imd
how much bo enjoyed tho cene. Around
him (Cox ) crowded member ofbotli p.iri
ie.', Kldridgo guH'iiwed, .Mnrliall and
Niblacl; smiled broadly, Potter, of Kew
Vork, grinne.l with delight, 1'arnsworih,
radical, nodded his Ilea l as if lo kn-p lint .
to tho music of "Sunset's " voice. Ono by
oim thecrowd gatliered around thorpeuki'r,
thu OLCiipants of llio galleries lo mod for
ward to catch every word, and the report
ers' gallery were all attention to tbo scor
ing which Mr. Cox bestowed on the ad
ministration for wanting lo run away
through fear and leave tho wants of thu
country unlegislated for. At'ler Mr. Cox
had given tins administration valley-hod
at nn I rish friend ot ininu 'expressed it,
the question was referred to the ways and
means committee, thu democrats voting
A CHANCE ron . citoici:.
Thu N. Y. .S'lit, republic en, says of tho
investigation into thu frauds of'thoXow
Vork cii'tom hutiic :
Knotigli uvideiicu und morn than enough
naniireiniy been taken in the cour-u of
of tho custom houco investigation in thit
city to prove luat ono of twj thing tint-t
bo true. Kitlier
1 l'retuleiit firant has iVom t Ins fir.t
uiidHr.tood tlin 1:10 it frauils uml robberies
(ouimitted by the custom bouu lingiiud
its alllli itions'tipoii tlio coiniiiureo ol'Xoiv
Vorl, and lias Muirod in the fruits of 'hoio
roiiberuy. Or chu
II. Ho hat not iiuder.tood anvtblni'
ubout them, but luitbeeii ib-liitled and im
puMil upon by hi statf otlleor, crmiie I
and rump lotlower., who alonu luivu bu,.n
enriched by tlio largo sum ot money of
whl.di our merchants have tints been plun
dered. If tho first hypothesis bo true, l'reti
dedt Oraiu it u teouudrol.
If tlio second liynoihe.ls be true, Presi
dent (iruiit it II fool.
Is there any third conclusion which can
p stibly be drawn from the fact devel
oped bs thu scnalu coiumittei) of investiga
tion and retreiiuhiiient. If there is any
third explanation, will somebody mention
It, and .tutu thu reasons by which it is nup
ported? i hu menus anil mivcciites ot iiunornl
''Miotlin.t. TIimv do not nut It
I'laliiVy m wo i,.,vJ iluiie, but they nil agree
V.1 ",1".v"y or another in urir iinir t'uif
. resilient lir,,,,. u r.iol. Win b i.irni of
1 ."'It (1 r,uu's friend tiiko-
rjseal or fool.
T1IK l l..tiUB.
A rumor lias been
twoibiv. c. .ii..... .. .. . .' ",l.",r mo last
ikin I. ul... .
not iii'tinii lv 1 1... ..i i. "sue, u
.... ..nuiiuj im, piaguo lt-t-1 f, luy,,.,.
I, iinforttinatuly verified by this inornl. n ,
udvices from thu Jllack tiea. Willi
, . i , 1 fc,M'
eprti io niu cjuieri here, ilium i ,
murked change to report. lWt ami (ia.
Into i enjoy comparative immunity Iroin
the epidemic; but icvurul death, huwi
Uken place in llio Turkish qunrters ol
Slutiibool. inuiiv of tbion nil ril..n..l,l.. ., ,
doubt, to thu customary excesses dtir'in
J ,l "lluz 1,1 i "" ' yesterday sliteen cho.
!'"' S:!0!::,'" r,!'lH.I,'I! "'"l" ""'"IT
nvcn proved fatul. Levant Utrald.
JOHN JACOB ASTOlt'S WIPE.
mi.V tr' A.'tur ws a smrdv. energetic,
mI.mIuI her full T.
,ri loitl iho H!cuinn! .r.o'i cf I'm ml-I
....,. fiMur.tt e isreu tutu won-
rlul i iiulpoi-e of mind wlitcti ueeio.ii
o.il.velv and corrtetlv. Ilesldrs this she
.! urai fe- il knowtwlge, not only
.. u ..-..tfa ltnl till III.
..unt and ta'.-w..mtn. .'joiii in.-
h knew more tl an br iiusmmc. nr.o
fnore on -el n ted m enrj-n for ep rt
l,an he In aintnl womi too. tho n
mv of Impottailon d which Mr. At'or
i.t..vcd for nearlv twenty years, sho wu
ho foremost expert In the trade.
ti....,..i, ilu imlf. when considerably
idviuieHl in veurs. cared nothing fur soeie-
tv, ami made no pretvnioiii lo laslilon,
. i. . .I-...!. I.. .l.n III...
Vet lit her evening iirwiup-inv
leaped to the hai'diron, tho wax canines
glued, npples, nuts and a pitcher of cl
li r on tho table, and her knitting Work
icforo her nhu was tho bet of s ory let
ors, and made an hour or two Infinitely
ttraelivp, oven lo voting pcopic.
sho u-.. fond nf'L'os'ln. The nges of
people, uncled love alfairs, early dllllcul-
tles, failure, reasons why certain ioikb
.liotild not hold their beads so high, family
funds, undone knows hardly what else,
eoro nt In-r toncuo's end. Sho told her
story graphically, and at times with n
jood ueal ot painos. l-or example, iuku
thu followitnr of Helen Hraslier. who bad
rcfu-ed six "eliglblo offers before sho was
eighteen. Mr. Charles Downing, who
at luil lolt llio counting
room of an eminent firm where bo had
crvoJ seven years, then began to pay bis
aililrc's to her. no courted nor ii year,
ml ilinn went to hurono. W hlln abrouil
hu did not write. All this wliilo thero was
uily one of llio beaux whom tho mother
liked. Tho ditunlitor re 'nrdeJ this favor
ite of her mother witli ditllKu wns busy
whenever ho called, avoided him wlicrull
wns possible, and wondered at bis p-ittciico
and forbeiranco under her scorn.
Ono morning ho caught her belori
sho could escape from the drawiiic
loom. Addressing her, bo said : "Helen,
wlivdo vou iilwavs 11 y from mo? Why
will you never give mo an opportunity of
declaring my iiitnchtncni tor you i j.ci
this morning ileciuo my tate.
"Verv well, sir." replied tho lady. "I
do not wish to keep any gentleman in
suspense. 1 cannot encourage your nu
drLSses. I esteem vou, but
tell vou finiiklv that I feel
a nreferenco for .Mr. Charles Down
Inc. und. It ho returns entcrtaininc: for
inu tho fiiino sentiments ho expressed when
ho left, I shall probably marry htm.
" Are vou certainly oricuced to Mr
DowninuV anxiously inquired tho lover
"Xo. sir. not in so many word, not
verbally, in fact, but mentally."
"Then, mv dent Miss Helen, consent
lo bo verbally engaged to me, nnd men
tallv to Mr. Downinc."
'Would on marry any lady under
such eirciimtiinces ?"
" Yes. I would tnarrv von under such
cireumstat.ces wiili nil my heart and
" And risk vour future happiness I.
marrying n mily who prelers anuiiier.
'jfiss Helen, replied tlio dented lorcr,
'I will risk anvthiiii: lo obtain you, and
hall be iitnply compensated for every risk
if jim will consent to be mine."
" True love don't go unrn'ard"il." said
Mrs. Astoi ami sou took u pinch of snuff.
" Mr. Downing did not come back from
London for many ye irs. Tho New Vork
lover was here, pressed his suit, obtained
content, and thy lovely Helen becamo his
MAltmUD WOMKS'S IUfillTS-
IMfOllTA.NT DCCISIO.V IIVTHKNKW VOKK
Kr.un the Sew Yor. 'I'rilaino. .Ian, 3V J
A c.i-u Involving tho t-omewhat novel
und ben tol'oru uu.ettled point, whether
or mil tlio title to tlio pimipluiriialiii of a
uuirtieU woiiiiin te-ules in her or her bus-
band, b i lately been deeided by tho court
of iippe il of tins state. The plallilill' Wa
Dore lia H iwsoii, who broiiglit suit in tier
own inline to reeox er c:4,m.O for tho lost
of cloiluiii; and jowelrv, by mi
ac'idetit on thu road ot delehdaiits
th i I'onii vl v.niiu H.iilroad coin
ii my. Tlio ileleiidantt chum that the bulk
of the pioperty Inn ing been received by
plalntill lioiii her husluilul, luiloiigeil to
lulu, ni.d ibii sun shoiilii ihercf.ru have
been brougnl by him, und that thu terms
of tb.it I'outraul (the ticket) limited the
company's liability lo SI 00. I). M. Pott
er, plaiiilitl's counsel, churned the property
was hers uulii us iiguiust tier niituuiiu
and ordinary creditor, and Unit thu car
rier cannot limit Ids liability except by
expresi. Tho court of appeal', in alllrin-
l nu tlio judgment of the courts below,
held, first lliul though at common law
tho wifu's ptiraplieruiilia, during coy.
erttire, ordinarily belong to tho hut-
bind, and ho can nut di'po-o of them, ex
c-pt by will, thu statutes have secur
ed them to tier even ui against cred
itors. In equity, tho property given would
be treated as thowilus sjpiir.itu estate,
und she would hu protected in its enjoy
ment aud possession even against thu in
tciluretico ol her husband. This estate,
if not absolutely it legal estale, is clothed
witli nil tlio incidents thereof, and hhu is
thereloro tho preper person to sue. .Sic-
ond, the words printed on llio ticket do
not embody thu contract beiwcuii thu par
t.c. Tliey are ti ineru notice, and u car
rier cannot limit the llal liny liy notice,
but only by contract. Pluiniifi's atten
tion was not called to theso words when
the tieko. was purchased by bur; und even
if sho read thuni when hlio" entered on her
journey, she was not obliged to submit
io a I'olitiucl never made, or lo.ivo tho
train. Hence, tlio camera' common law
liability remains unchanged.
.NAIIKOW OAtrOK ItAlI.IIOAIJS,
(1'runi the I'hlUili'lplua Ae.
Much ban been said reeuntly ubout tbo
practicability of narrow guugo railroad.,
1'ho first toad of this description opened
in this country for passenger travel mid
height is tlio "Denver and Hio druido,"
running between Deliver und Colorado
City, it diituticu of 7G miles. It is du
dared a complete success. It has u three
loot track, tho rails weighing only UO
pounds tu tlio yard, und iliu maximum
eurviiltiio bU degrees to the 100 leel, thu
inuxiuium gi'ituu being 7S feet to tho
mile. Tho pisscngor engines weigh,
twelve tons and cost only 7,50t), and tho
fntight engines llfti en tons, costing
ir'i.&oO. Tho cost per mllo of building,
us iquipiied, is IlikOOU, which, on ue
cotiiitot Ingh tiuiisportutiou clitirges on
nintuii.il Iroin tliue.ist, is gieiiter '.linn tho
cost ol u similar road would bo in this
p.nt i f thiicotiiitn. Tlio tsiimuied cash
cut of such a line here is Iroin ?'8,U0U to
5110,000 per mllu. An excursion was
in old over thu road oil its I'omplutioii,
Lotwion thu points mentioned, and tlio
riling was easy uml cointortiible, ut lllteeli
lo tli riy niilis mi hour. Tbo cars nre
necu'tiiirily smaller th.iti llnsu u.ud on
rdiuaiy iracks, lining thiit-fivo loot
lung mid tovuli feet 111 oills'i.le Width;
having double seats on ono sido and
' g sent' on ihuoihor, aud uccommodal
'it JI passengers, yioeping cars und nil
'ouvi'in, nces of travel can hu provided on
cell r. ads.
" u.imii prove truo that this road It
a CMinplutii Mieciss, It will bu of ih in
most imp .rtiuoi, to tlio peoplu of llni
country. In n.,,,,, lmru ihu coillitri I
looked ami W, r capital is senile, siieb
roads may be eoastructud where it would
FEBRUARY 4, 1872,
I' l0 Mc'" " ni for
. A wco J"dRo.prc..orves or-
acr in court by exhibiting a "sovcn.suoot.
Tiih KtmorEAN n hkm i,i ftiAvi!Rogi,N0,
Wo undnrstHtid that a ui'qM of thi
mothers of tho first otiitt nf I'l.ibi'lelphin
society bavo come to jliu colieni- on rial
it is not afo to nil r tli.'lr iinina' -.ed
daughters to go li.to publlj uloi.c; :h
have, tlicreforo, det' rnuiieil to ado. tin"'
j.uropean la-lil. u und make niyitr& of
""m;. oy oei-onung cnapeiolis io
tuulr lledgrllniri!. Tho young ladl". i ni,
nnd nru komuwhnt resllu.s uuib.i- im. ....
plouace. but aru bucoiiilnej lueoiieilu. to it.
as a proof of 'culturo ninl high breeding, '
lthougli tho gentlomeii deiiouucu it us
show.ng u want of coii!ld..icu in bo.li tlio
joung ladles und thciiisolvis Tin; time was
when It was thu priUu ol our country und ill
iustiltilious that the Vouiiir. fulfil. iiil.irlv
of thu I'eiiialu sex, could be trusted, a nil
Could take Cure of huin.olvus. Iiee.lnii'
Ho Wiitelil ig. With thu sell'-reibmce tls us
tniight, American girls carried a modesty
of demeanor und tuiritv of loornuU
second to those of the young of no other
iiiiion. tinvo they lost these, or it it only
tho senseless nplng cf foreign customs,
which would hamper them with the pres
et co of a third person. bo t
mamma or maid? If It has been
found that tho lanrn llbnitv
wnicli our girls Inivo always enjoyed
natrimeiital to them, well and goo I; If
not, do let us hive, soiuu individuality,
somo originality, and not taku up man
ners and customs second. hand.
W. It. MOKIUS,
II. II. CAMlKI
No. Put), and U. n. (,'cru.
FIHK, HULL, CAHGO, LIVE STOCK
NOKTll AMKlilUA, l'A.,
INTERNATIONAL, H . Y.,
i 7fi,W O
0 1. K V K L A .VI), C L K V K I. A N D,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
AsMi Ju,uiio,fi(n) t
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Afietii. ,Uf),utti '
RAILWAY I'aSHENOKRS ASSURANCE
Asueti- WO.tUi k
S AFFORD, MOIIUIS i CANDBB,
71 Ohio l.c vrr,
Cllj Ntlanat Dank, CAIItO, U.I..
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAUARA, N. Y.,
Ar-H' tl.tSO.'ilC ?f
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Anlt. l.OtfUJ'Jl 78
IIANOVmt, N. Y.
Aact 720,802 (KJ
RKI'UULIC, N. Y.,
AuBfli .714,92.1 Ol.
CQ'nprituiK the UniprHnter' Aijenej'.
YONKKRS, N. Y.,
A.ifl 87K,ICI If
FIREMEN'S FUND, B. K..
Aet (J78.0O0 00
BK0URITY, N. Y. MARINE.
A-.etn !,IJJ,aly oy
ST'lttK, Ilwfllinj;, I'nrijitiir, Itnl'i nnil Cm
oe, laure. hi ra'i tu inioialjlo a. auunl.
I""'" .".-..hi,,, m.i emrilll
I reniieelliilly Hk e.1 llm i'IIhiois or Cairo, a
lutieol I hell patriiimiiH.
'. X. HI'lilll.M.
JAM By KYNASTON,
tuleliirnr:l llenlr In nil l.lmU l ro-.li
Cur.u ,'irTriMii am. I'hi uh ?mn.T.
VI ' 11,1,1. S'OH,
Ol'V" .Hid id.inahteri. only tlie vi ry l e.i mitte
tj iiin.iiiiu mh''i, m li.l . iii .urei ii nil ,ny I
ili'imii il .or Ireii nival, fioiu huh .o,i , i. i,.?, 1
tkouiuad puunu. .u-vAuf i
WI.MN ANP MUIIOIU.
w j7 if . sciTu Tiriiit,
Importer runt W.iotcsnlf Healer In
TOBACCO 1c CIG-AR3.
AK'iitrnriho hrt brnmls of
CJIKA.M AND STOCK ALU,
Imporlrit Wen r IlltTrrrni Kind.
75 Ohio Lhvke,
V. iM. STOUKFJiKTIl,
sfcctso routi t stoci.nr.Tn
tcclirjrr ninl niiolranle Ilralrr In
i iin nii nun iioniMtlc
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 OiuoJjEVEk,
lIRkecnsnn hnrnl nn.lsntlr full stork
LXnhl Kentuckv lloiltlinn. live end Unntintfn.
...aw .........r, ..riii, in aiiiii,;., .lUliailU t.lil
I. ..In U'lu.LU. L....l. II. ...if... ....II... I nt.
ivmiiii' nnu i;niiinrnit . llil'N. .rt.llll
in; a i. r.sr.i n; ajs:.t.
C. WINSTON Si CO..
REAL "ESTATE AGENT
71 (SKCOKI) FLOOR) OHIO LKTKE,
Uuv and Sell Heal Kbtate,
FURNISH AHSTHACTS OK TITLE
I irrr ';onTenii of Kind..
k E Cr
I - V.
)h DOHA DO
JOHN (JATI'.N, I'roiirlrlor.
lOfiCmmerciM Arenue, CAIKO, II.LINOIHJ
llpt brum! ot California CfjriirJu.t rfceltcd,
B1I.I.IAHI) mtoon farnlahnil with Hit. b-ut ol
iRljlpa; uml lir nunplipd with lnf, liquor"
....I ..I...... r. r n.... i
And Dculcr lo TorelKn uml Pomentlt
AVINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
, 07 Ohio Levee,
llclureen Ninth and Tenth Street,
ISO Ohio l.tyte, near dlono Dpo
J. D. ZANONE, PROPRIETOR,
Fresh Shell Ovslcrs Received Dailj-
KeiMii. uliratK on lioml HnlUmor n J Itob. i.
Ov. ,,, Hloi'l. Ii will . Kliol I" lu hi. I'll..
ouo i iu Hie It ni UY. iUltI
HO AT STORES!.
o it o o i. u 1 1: b .
Ohio Lkvm : : : : : Cairo, liu.
ohosm nionpttT rrii.LFo
D It V MOM l N.
Tl. FALLWINTER. '72
C. II A N NY.
KKNTUCKY Jf.AXB, ZXTR1,
e1 Ij A.asTasraBiiS.
LAUOE STOCK OF CARK-VTINCi
Ul KallrrHlock HascCloalstc Oal
VERY LOW FIGURES.
C0RKIR 8TII T., AND COMUERCIAL-AT.,
nOOTN AM) StllOKI.
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Uflwrtn WMhlnjtoa irrnun aI I'aplur
lloott nod ShT Mtilx lo Order.
Fid Wrikmrn Kinplaj"!.
C1TV SHOK STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
on Aoricr roi
HOOTS AND S II O B S
Commercial Avcnne, Corner of Eighth
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OR
DERS FOR HOOriKIRTA AVD IIOI.
CBNTRAL MBAT MARKET.
KOEHLER .& BROTHER
IIitc itpn ic 1 1
POPUI.AIt MEAT HAItUET.
Drlwrrn Ninth and Tenth NlrrcU,
ml will kf ep conUnlly on hanrf th bnt mrat
liiHhlrrt in the Cilro mnrkct. They dtfy coin,
petition. Oite ihem trial fptlltl'.
MOORK k MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Drcorntlvn PaycrliaiiRlur, KaUouila
Done in tho liiKhent rlyle ol the art, nJ
rate thut Jely competition.
SHOP IN TERRY HOUS, CORNER OF 8TH
TREET AND CMRCIAL AVENUE.
General Commission Merchant
183 onio LEVSE,