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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1872.
J.jtl H OHBKUT. Editor and r""-
TTL A 1872.
Tdudat, - - - -
W'.fIS b Mall,.... .
... nni.t.A WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John II. Obetlt Co. nav J glfo'Su,
,erii.i.n price n? the . eliflt P
tJIr uMiijn. In.""
Marion Wil"-'1"0" co",u-' ' b
a tavAt u'Swkeds nro working nt
Tunnel bill on the C;& V. n. It.
Ik "Williamson County the prospects
of a lrg crop of peaches were never Let
Tnt Public Lkdokii, of Memphis, it
of the opinion "there Is hopo yet." Wo
bop so. TT
A Washington Special to tlio St.
Louis 'Democrat,1 lays Trumbull has tho
Iniido track for tho Cinclnntitl nomlnn
tlon. AN Exciianoe says Senator Schurz Is
doing his 'dirtiest" to defeat tho pMy
tbst elected him to the United States son
Tut Missouri 'Democrat' expresses
wonder at tlm fact that Governor Pulmer
had not changed his political tiews for
Tnr Uakdin DkmocratIs the nnmo ol
a new democratic paper published nl
Elisabetbtown, Illinois, by Wilkinson
and Welch. Mr. "Wilkinson, .tho editor,
writes forcibly and " to the point." Suc
cess to the new enterprise I
The Marion 'Pkookebs' editor apolo
gia fur ihiirtcuinlni(S in this wise: " In
' addition to other members of our fam
'llybtli.g sick, ware this week wrost
'ling wilt) the shakes and tho 2ihttke, be
'sides not feeling very well."
The Marion People aro investing
their spsrc change in pianos and organs, u
fact whicb,ln the opinion of tho Williamson
County 'Progress,' "proves that our peo
'ple are duly allvo to the ennubling Influ
ence of rauic on tho human tniiid."
Tin Guardian, a lab'ir reform psper of
marked ability, has made' its appearance
at New-York, and Is doing cfTectlvo work
in tho Interest of Judge Davis. It says,
very forcibly and wo bollcvo truly :
"Thoro Is ono reason for preference for
'Judge Davis as cnndlduto of all parties
'opposed to Grant, which, if not conclu
sive of Itself, Is certainly entitled to great
weight. He 1no of all parties named or
'suggested Is wholly free from intanglc
1 tnent with nny clique Every ono feels
'that in this stato of perfect freedom from
'such embarrassing shackles ovcry one,
'every interest has an equal chanco for
1 full consideration. Judge Davis hns no
'friends to reward, no enemies ta punish
'tho public good alono engages his ntton
' tion nnd every intorest will recclvo duo
Gen. Sicki.kk, who was tho most prom
inent nnd most bitter of tho speaker at
tho lato Grant mecting'in'New York, has
become offended at the strictures put upon
him by tho 'World,' nnd by bis nttorncy,
John Graham, has demanded a retrac
tion. Tho 'World' replies in rather severo
terms, and says : "Wo hnvo repeatedly
' and deliboratoly called Sickles nn acquit
'ted murderer, n man who'shot thcullegcd
'seducer of his wife, nnd afterwards ox
'cited tho loathing nnd disgust of gonllc
' men nnd men by crooplng buck to tho
' bed which ho had killed another man
'for deflling; cohabiting ngain with the
'dishonored wlfo whoseehainu hn had pub
' lished to tho world mid proved In a court
'of Justice, as a mcann of saving his nock
'from tho gallows."
cltlss of tho north. It may bo said, that
he dare not dorao ; but ho hat dared to do
so, and will jga.n.': If tho liberals com
plain ho will say to them: "I do this un
'dor n law enacted by tho republican
1 party1, and tho operations of which you
'endorsed nnd even applauded when It
was used to defeat tho democrat", nnd
' slnco you liavo becomo nlllcs of tho dem-
'ocrats nnd nl bad as they, tho medicine
that was good for them mut bo taken by
you." Tho liberals will, of course, com
plain, but what will Grunt care? Hut we
shall sco whut wo shall cc, nnd what wo
shall sco will suroiy bo n vindication of
tho democratic party a justification of
its policy an ondoricmcnt of tho wisdom
of its warnings nnd its entreaty to-resist
tho first approaches towards military des
I9Tuo Rochester (X.W.) ' Democrat,'
in speaking of Lyman Trumbull, says:
"Tho defender of tho recreant Johnson,
ho maintains his consistency by following
In his footsteps. Andrew tbo first hns pre
ceded his apologist into tho ranks of thu
democracy by but a few yean j and now
tucy willsitduwn In cor.gonlal companion
ship with tho traitors of 1861 and their nl
lies. Tho latter can clevato Trumbull to
leadership, for ho has been woll in sympa
thy with them, from tho hour of Loo J sur
render until now.
Wendell 1'uiLLirs on the evening of
the 19th, Inst., addressed the workmen of
B.ston. lie eulogized Ben. Butltr,
which was inexcusable wickedness, and
predicted tbo downfall of Republicanism,
which was a prediction ontltlod to ap
plause. JJo was anxious, ho said, to see
the financial system of tho country so re
coraitucted that monoy could be had at
three per cent, instead of six, in which
anxiety Mr. Phillips has a host of fellows.
Nor very long since, Mussrs. Green &
Gilbert, lawyers, of this city, in tho caso
of Pliillirs & St. John rs.tho Grand lower
Mining, Manufacturing nnd Transporta
tion Company, obtained n verdict for tho
plaintiffs of $200,000. Tho caso has been
taken to tho Supremo Court of tho United
States upon a writ of error, and tho com
pany havo tiled a bund in tho United
States Circuit Cotrt, as required on tho
appeal, to the sum of two hundred nnd
fifty thousand dollars. Tho bondsmen
are William E. Dodge, David Doros, Abial
A. Law, George T. Olyphant, R. M. Oly.
pliant, Wm. W. Parkins, Lo Grand R
Cannon; nil very wealthy men, nnd rctl
dents ot Now York. This is ono of tho
most important civil suits that bus been
beforo tho United States Circuit Court for
a long poriuu. mo largo veruict, ana
seeming disposition to fight it to the end
by an immenso moneyed influence, does
not detract from its importance
A Washington correspondent of the
St. Louis 'Ticics,1 says : "Tho capital is
'now thronged with poople from all sec
'tions, and they almost unanimously p'ro
'test against Davis. Ills action in tho
'Cummmgs ctsc has rendered it impossi
ble (or him to carry tho Irish vote, and
Hbst certainly can't bo lost." This cor
respondent writ in the interest of Gov
ernor Brown of Missouri. Tho Irish vote
will not be lost by tho nomination of
Davis, and the correspondent must invent
a ilronB reason than this to prevent his
Tni NIW Oklkams 'Times' mnintams
tbst the hiDen and most honorable func
tion orjournallsm is to arrest and corroct
momentary but obviously unwise and
Perilous impulse and tendency or an ex
cited popular idea. This may all bo true;
ui wtutuoe, it mean? To arrest an ex
cited popular idea would in itself bo u
great tasV, but to arrest and correct tho
momentary unwise impulso and also the
tenancy ot mch an idea may bo. as tho
nines' aterti .v,i.i..i . i . t
-i b.,u iiigiiuiv uiiu iiiubi nun-
orabla function of Journalism, but, on tho
"hole, we .hould prefer suicide or salts.
Tho Grant Republicans are not well
pleased with tho groat demonstration
mado at Now York city recently in be
half of their leader. It was entirely des
titute of heart. Thcro wuro numbers, nnd
speeches, nnd noise, but little of that gen
uino enthusiasm which carries with it suc
cess nnd tramples upon opposition. It
was n manufactured demonstration, and i
now known as Henry Clows' meeting,
This gentleman is a member
of tho firm of Clows, Uabicht
Si Co., bankers, London, fcr
whom President Grant withdrew tho gov
ernment deposits from Raring Brothers
This change, n special dispatch to tho St.
Louis 1 Republican ' reminds us, was
made through an understanding between
Grant, Clews and Secretary Robeson.
Tho bouso of Raring Brothers was a warm
friend of tho United States during tho
war of secession, but Clows, it was deter
mined, could do moro for Grunt's re-
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any thine td do with one again. But the Y 'rk a lew tnontns aitarward.. I nave i ijur nomO Advertisers.
remcniDrancool tnotiip, imruencu u ...
unique a manner, stimulated him. Hv- glvo her medlclno-sho will soon bo with -
.i i . ... i.aim. lit flu. inn nnd IaiiUi I
. n.i . . . . . . . i 1 uui, 1tMiini1 111! .Innilftrtr Intt nnd dlnd 1
nn inminiii rvn u il.tf nn uinii n riiii'HL liiu sisu iiiiuvimi ......--. - i
oxncrlmeiituoona larco scale, which ho a painless death. It wns a gradual fading
did with perfect success. W- nr perlorm;inc icnsea in "ecein- js.
x.-. t -.. ... .... i a. n w t-i-i r- imp Aiinr imp iipiii n 11 r. ii. wrutu i.s tnu
r ii r iwi'ivn moriLiii iiu wuiii. un iu i-ifvi- 'v.i
St. Louis Advertisements.
rut knnu uiuiisin iiu nun vn i .
Imcnt, purchasing tho materials with his nylum whence she camo to know wluit
own monoy, nnd working In secret nt the record showed concerning her. tbo
nliht and at odd hours. At tho end of answer, so fur ns applicable, Is as follows :
twclvo months ho reconsidered his condom- "Ufrriaru i.isoko ciuorcu oHiumrv
nation of patents, an applied for ono on 1801, from Blcekcr street tenement houie.
bin prociss, which was granted Sept. 1, Supposed to bu four years eld; mother died
Irrii il.,.il l oln.f fur n oomblnatiun of of starvntloti . suid to lie a French music
datnMcod flour, potash lyo, or lyo from teacher. Llsetto sent to Indiiinupjlls
hard wood ashes, nitre, cointncn Milt and April, JSoT..' "
ii, ni ,c,i.,,. far rti..hnlpniiii' roll. "She never touched tho nluno when
. ' . ' ' . . . .... I i. nt .i...m .i. ..t.i hi.-...
In IHI.7 nn lmlfntl(l fin llliprivi:iii'iv u....nv, i.uh emiBiiiu iuu iyiu-iu iiru vf icj.iii
dm tmvn.nainr.fi nroceM. In ISfiS hn to pluy it. Nor did slip. with but two
tookOlit another patctll lor nn unnreij "A. jiihj- nny iiioui'i mill wuiu
now procei, which consists in tho use or pinyeu in our nouso uy nny person.
raw llmcstnni', charcoal, blacK oxiilo
. . ... i. i ....
mangncto, snl-roiin, common ami nu uu
vi.rir.(.d reiin combined, for converting tro
into steel, which is now widely ucd, from
which he has reaped quito a fortuno.
No less than twctityinrcooi tno leaning
railways in America now uso this proces
iindt.r liL'tnso from tho tiatentoe, f'.r hard
ening tho links, guides, pins an J nuts of lo
Our Home Advertisers.
WOOD I WOOD 1 1
Thu mxlcr.iiKnc'1 w
WOOD 1 1
comotlvis, ctrcctmg, wo are told, no less n HARD AND DRY WOOD
saving than trom dWiowuiinniiuiiy on
1. r 4l..n In nl.ut.ill. llm l.ul imu
I;,' ' ' , of inks. A UP,t, s.oti.p,r
IUII MIIIOV'IUVII . ,.'. - - - I
nmi tin. 'i no inventor inn hi-
n . ' I . . 1.1. ... I I..M .MW In r.l.M f ...I...
ruauv received lor licenses miuor um imi- -..j . . n.
,V,n T n.i i .i,i i, n the ulaips nt Ihf PontoHlcr iinH at Hn.i' cc.
cnt of IM8, SJO.CiO, and has Just sold tho rdotlc,mn,cil .n-nii, tiwren Trmh and
remainder of his patent In America for mriiih nrretK, c.iro, lllinni.. good
f . - aaa t'.f. ..:?. .1 iu.i.fnii. I nn'itnirw inu wii corn ilir wihui up n ur.irrn
',"' """' I .iii ll.ll IIKNNIS IIA
Gilder, Ulu.stcrcr, Varnilicr
IF TRUE, STRANGER THAN I'lC- ' , ' M ,,
'" rj.jQjt rancv I'apor Hanger, jl.ittrciH
Hirlt has Just boon discovered that a
Davenport pauper, who lias been in tho
poor-houso sinco 1859, hns moncv depo.lt
cd in ii bank in thatcity. The poordircc-
iors goi wina oi mo manor, sued tho man
for his keeping, and obtained a Judgment
against hmi. Tho money has been given
over to tho poor fund.
t&. Theodore Tlltou's Golden Ago '
points to tho fact that wo havo beforo us
to-day ''the sad and ominous spectacle of
an American president forcing his own
n-nominalion by acts nnd nrtitlces, and
tho uso of governmental patronage, for
which ho ought lo be impeached."
TOM. SilEEIIAN'S GRAPPLING
LISETTE, THE MUSICAL SOMN AM-
IIU L. 131.
AND COMFORT FOR
Making nnd Repairing.
8liO an Conunerclnl nvrnue In lite
All work fnlnnled to lilt euro recfltc
ur'ifr arti noiicnru.
MANN & LIBBY,
HOW HE RECAME IMPECUNIOUS.
AND HOW HE BECAME RICH.
In 1858 Mr Thomas Shcehan, of Dun
kirk, N. Y., loremati In the blacksmith de
partment of iho Eriu railroad shop at that
piace, patented a submarine grapple,
winch, though an iugeuious iiwciuiun,
proved lo be ono for wuicb Ihero was lit
tle demand. Thi was thu first invention,
and the cost of Its completion, together
with ono year's strugglo'to manutuctuto
and inirJduco it, completely exhausted
Mr. Sheeban's means and reduced him to
i ho oxiretneit poverty. Ho was, in fact,
in pictty nearly tbo samo condition as
Pt.lisy the Potter at tho moment of his
greatest distrettt. A wffe and eight chil
dren, Sheehan's family, were reuuued to
thu vurge of destitution, und Mrs. Shco
ban became unconsciously bitter.
Just at this crisis Mr. S. D. Crowell,
general truigbt agent of the Erie railroad
ut Dunkirk, chanced to meet Mr. Shuohuti
in the streets of that town, and accosted
him with :
"Woll, 1'honias, how aro your grapples?
I bear they have used you up."
'Yes,1' was tho answer, "tho grupp!es
Have uono my business; a wish I had
nover seen them."
'Throw 'em away," advised Mr. Crow
ell. "llnvo you any now umxiied t '
"I havo ono almost done," said
'Fuush that; I will pay you forty dol
lars tor it, audiave it used lor picking up
c- al at the dock. The money will help
you in your present emergency, and you
call go bauk to your plaoo lit tlio simp,
and uuru u good living for your family."
"1 will," suid Tnouias.
Buck iu his humble homo went tho in
ventor, with new hopis in his breust, and
and el biuiteli'to tluish the grupplu with
due speed, uui upon wiial slender turcuu.
duvs tnu tortunes ut men bauirl A tail,
tho only one our inventor had uf tho size
required, suddenly snapped asunder, and,
as it was essential lo the progress of the
work, ho must nave a now ono or ho could
A lady of Indlunapoiis furnishes tbo
Peonli..'"a nanor there, with tho following
extraordinary narrative concerning Lisetiu
Bernard, n girl ol irencn extraction,
'who wus one of a car load i f orphnii,
homeless cli Idren. s-nt wet from uw
York by tho Children's Aid S -ciety there,
to Hud homes. My busbutid had spoken
to Mr. Frledgen, tbo agent of tin society,
brother ot thu shoo merchant in Washing
ton street, lo brim: him a little nursu cirl
liiu next c.irload he should conduct tit ihu
west. This wus in the winter 1804-0
That snrinir. in April, ho brjuirlit us
Litscl'.c, staling mat uu Knew notning oi
her riHriitilaite, inui no seiecicu iter on
account of her gentle disposition from it
number ot favorites at the Orphan Asy
lum tin Handuli's Isluud, nucr .New xork,
whero sho had bm-.n lor tour years.
"Thero was nothing rcmarkablo nbout
her but her very mild ways, and dreary,
weary look from her deup-sut blue eyes.
I noticed Lisctto manifested a peculiar and
intense Interest whenever I played on tho
pinuo selections trom any of tno old
operas and masterpieces. At such times
I would trequeiitly find her sitting in tbo
udloinini: room utterly oblivious to every
thing but the music; trom tho itlVcts of
which sho see niea to awuxen wncn spoxen
to. and would then rouse herself as if from
sleep. '1 his iib.-orpiion was the subject of
frequent rcmurk in tiieiamiiy. unenignt
last November, ut 2 o clock, my husband
und I woro aroused from our slumbers by
hearing tho sweetest music, coming appar
ently trom our piano. Our bed-room was
off tho sitting-room, all on the same floo-
and or course wo were iriguieneu. a no
doors from our room to tbo sitting-room
and narlor woro all open tho uusiiy our
bedside burning dimly, but thu parlor was
dark. Vo lay n moment nnd listened to
the' perfect concord of sounds from tho
piano, which wo perceived wus under thu
lingers of a master hnnd. Tho mutio wus
from Handel one ot bis grand and
majestic movements, and not ono that 1
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER,
rtMitPn tVa.hlngton arnm- and PopUr atrv -1
(SuccfMor to P. Snip.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC
103 t'ommercinl Avenue, botween
NIxlU nnd Stevenlb Nlrect.
North Fourth Street,
election than Baring, and, as tho dispatch
expresses it, ills zeal Wednesday night lot ' on
' will doubtless meet a fresh reward." Ho tim sirait nn applied lo ins wiio lo
. , m . i. . !i . . . 'end him twenty uvu cents to buy tho ne-
usod tho postofllcoto distribute unstamped wtttkry bleu u,'furgo the tap. But she.
circulars advortlilng the meeting, callod lll4vinK no fttl,lb ln 1,10 Smlv, refused for
two very good reasons-Hi tt, that she be
l.n mnnll..n n..1.. .1muI1m.I 1.1. I.hI, I I . . f. t ..
.uu iiitvtui iu uiuti, uv.n.ivv. in. iniiin nuvcu iiiBv liiu money wouiu oa iiirowii
nlnrl-. In not OI tonrnl nrlo. UWay if shu KUVO It to her llUSbttnd ! ltll(l
.... ... . iccoud, that sho had not the monoy to
n.inll. r. vi tl 1 .1 nrl n ll n n t n n n. I.nnr...... I . . ,. .1 . .... .
o.iv. uii.iij "'"i"""" ".iiMuui. (jivo mm oven u so uispuseu. rno retu-
f.ir thn nrnlr.ra. Nnl ivltliltnnil In if nil 1,1. Sal Was Seasoned by BOIIIU Very llOl WOrd
.7. spico, that Hindu it vory unpalutahlo to
labors, Mr.Ulows failed lo moko his Oram 'ihuinas. But hu bethought him ol a mer-
demonstration a success. It was a wet w".Pr"l'-. f JW Bivu him
...... . ,, ,, ., , , , nwinm tun aiiiun inuuicuni oi aieoi lie
blanket to tho hopes of Mr. Grant's friends, required for tho tip.
and told them in a lannungo they could To this merchant ho hied, nnd, rome-
Also, kr.p oon.tantljr nn hand a mini com
SCOTCH AKIl I RICH WHISKIES
(i I N H,
fort, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba "V inea
, 1T11 I S-f 1" v,xy .T c.iu.ii.i; l"l v
nuu piayeu on mui iihiio u.iu i iihu nut v, wmcn tact mrr invue inn .p-ciai au-a
tho notes in tho house. Tho pluyinu 'i"noi cio.e onrain uujrtra.
ceased a momoni or two, anu soon organ g j atUntion given to rMing 0rdtr,
.ulili .in., t.f T.l.vt'a funtna hi, nmi en flitll. I ' J
cult of execution Hint nono but thu high
e.t prof'ssors of nrl evor ultemptcd it. 1
Inui heard it the summer before at Crosby's
in Chicago, but had never tried it myself.
Jlr. d. and 1 nastily aresscu ourselves, lor
bv this lime wo suppo.od somu uf our
friends hud takon this novel method of
serenading us. But who was tlio per
inrmi.r thi n touchinir tho instrument with
a skill possessed by none of my ucquain- LARGE STOCK.
IIIUCU, WUB UIU JlUAAIIllg ijUL'BllUII. IT U
passed noisolussiy lo the purjor Uir: tno
1 1 ii li t from our room by reflection madu
I .1... .... ..S..I.1. ...
everyinin in vnu jiuriur visiuiu. iuu
may imagine our surprise whet. I tell you
that the porformer at tho piano wus nono
other than Lisetle, drosed in her gayest
suit, with her ubundunco of hair put up in
a stylo I novor suw before on uny one, but
very neat and lusiy. nor ico was irom
us, and Mr. J. mutionlni; me to koup
silence, lighted tho gas, and wo both weiii
In l.lfinltii'a .Mil tllBt ,1A film ffllinlllllf.rl tllA
funtasia. Her eyes were closed, und her
fiico usually so pulo, wns now deuuij
white. At the samu tlmo LIsutte. lurniiii'
her head toward me and bowini; politely,
said in a lady-like voice not unnatural to
lior 'That was iislz sown luvorite wncn
I know him, behUtilul, isi 't it 'I But hero
Is something I like better, ard turning
72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
.,uiu,u.. , i!rtfut ferently
One-term orlncluln f... n. . .
. l reimnnt. a
Reservation of iho nul.iin a i. . '
I.CIUU1 SUllirs. 4. Civil servl ,.r...
6. Hew international policy. C. Tlie
amellontlon of the condition of U.0 work
ers. 7. General amnesty. 8. Plcdctn;;
candidates under oath, and If ihey perjure
themselves send them to tho penitentiary.
9. Against fuluro subsides. 10. Abolition
of protective tariffs.
not mistake that the nooi.lo worn not with " " lu. cl" "
uan bojtilii; about thu bush: and. flimllv
them that thulr followers wuro disntriteJ utrayiiiu into untitles, hot Words n.itin il
i.,.:......t. i :....i....: i-.!... ., ...... .
.....1 1.. ... ..i ... .... i.i. . 1 uvmuuii .,,ui, nuu uui iriunu. IUUIII If 111.
the first battle bits beou foui-bt. I me: credit tor hU steel, camu uwuv with.
. .... . . .. .
out it. .i uu iiodeitiiite purpose no went
liuiiiu, pondering how lie should aurmumi.
POSSIBILITIES AND PKOllABILl. ibis now no tritliiii! obstacle of inu i.r...
TIES. I kun tup. Uu found his wile making lyo
v. i. t.i i I fur u bob", but her ueidltv in nu wmv
.Morion ii wouiu m, ueuor lo llUU.rH,i., a bv ll.o ulkulm.. .. . i J
""'""to somebody olso than Gruntat th'i pondeiu und dlscouruKed. ho tut diiWf. Iti
-""WpMa convention: but a backout ':7." ' ',a.u.".un?,;d lu
nuv u.1.1 "IV - i -- - nm mu m
-- uo n triumph for Schurz and which ins spousu was working. Medltut-
irnuiuuiuo lmtvut.-, , ,, ,, ing now uu uuuiu iiinau vuai piece ot Iron
orled to only u S " " " ba'd U,,0Uh lur "I1- ,l0 .f4 ,
i ur tlio severest pressure, rattier rudo uxperiiiiunt, tho results of
11 " "uwer, a po,u,llity which dav bv w"lch, ,mvu
dav is duenonl.... in,, J J "' than ho e
day is deeponliiB Into a probability, that It to h.ppcr
uraiu, ai iuo proper moment, wlt, H flou
The Coukse ok Justice never did nnd
don't run smooth In tho Indian Territory,
a fact conclusively proven by tho follow.
ing dlspalcb, datod at Muskogee, April
10: "A terrible affray occurred yester-
'day at Tallaquo, twenty-flve miles from
'here. A man on trial for murder was ac-
'quitted by the jury, when a relative of
' thi murdered man drew pistol and shot
' defendant de,d, and then flredand bill-'dtbaua.,,.-,
. -o -...uu uencn. a foneral row
ben commenced with lndl.crtaln.te flr
Eleven P.on, were killed outright,
killed arc br.Unlt,d8t.te. U.rL.
meu wweni, Hawkins and Wil
tho end mude him u rlulin
ever dremned of beint?.
pnened that fruin a distanL ml
iivi. h ltiiuiuii Catholic tirlust In lr..i,i,.ri
i.i. nt i.iu .,....i...i . ... I uur friend nau liiuuriieu nu to a librurv ni'
" " " "uraP.wm decUre work, on cheml.try, some of them fare
ins unwiinngncis to uo an impediment In 1 an'1 Vttlu,,olu- 110 ,mu rt'ltli oinu of tlicsu
the nathwav of tho renuhllean n.n "".w.Y.ur 'u,r"'. . "thero i.
J ..i.i. suruiv eurouu in inui no.' i ...... i. . i...
. . . . ..... ... .!.- . . . . '"""S"! e
nisueiorininution to no not a candidate for 1 ,n,v w,uia Bvtnut into this iron lu
r.nWltr,.i In nil,., umr.l. I... .Mil l. .ailV... M ".. ,,,u ""O SlfOI,
ft virtue of n necessity, nnd step out oi tho
.. . 1,-. 1 !s lf I I. 1 . .1 . I en. i, ...... I I '"""
.sj ui wju iuiHivmua uat'K iniu iuo iouk fioiiiu ut iho lyo iiiid mi
army. If bo should bo too much inflated
with ambition to mako this flank inovi.
mcnion tho democrats by surrendering lo
iho rebels In tho republican party, ho will
... .. . , . i .. .
auiuij; muao goog me prediction of Frank
Blair nnd attempt to retain his place by
the power of tho sword by taking posses
slon of the ballot boxes of tho Southern
stales and placing hit army of United States
marshals at tho voting places of the great
grunX" "'y UP,Und k a"M
..lfc!1' !l0.r'l.lt.,,0r,'0.P?t'''tho should
, ' "I'UIO Ol 110 lVl" mill ml
ding, without lltiy 1,.lci,,;r ' J 'f Hd.
c .,-uvru aim coinuion suit
made paste with ihl. .uu,ioi, and a l.u d!
grudged sauccrful of tho liuu rw 'in .....
flour thero was in the hou.e. llo i'.'1,'n
forged thu tap, and enveloping it n t .
paste, put tho wholu into a luted Iron bu!
and expo.ed it to tlio hint for two hour,
in a blacksmith's tire. To bis Joy and sui
prise, when ho took it out it wus hunl
enough to cut cast stool. Tho grapple
was tlnishod, and forty dollur. flowed into
tta family treasury of Thomas Shoehar..
He west back to his old work, dugusted
with patents., and resolved uever to have
to thu piano, her eyes still closed, she
guvt with oxquisilo skill one of Bach's
Counter Fugues, whicli is perhaps tho
most difficult of all compositions to render,
but when woll delivered, as this was, car
ries Iho hearer from earth to heuven, If
I could render n Counter Fuge, as a
musician, I should be content. I wus so
absorbed in her theme thut 1 forgot who
wus the lino performer. As it closed,
.isoltu ro.e urucefullv, nnd bowinc; mid :
That is sufficient for this child to-niulil;
alio must now rest. Pleusu kind friend.
do not wuken her In the morning; I will
arouse her ut tho proper lime,' u,ia bow
ing auxin with a womanly grace Lin-lie
bud uuver uttuinud, she pus.ed to her room,
"Tim next morninu;, 1.1-olte, usuully an
early riser, slept until 10 o'clock. Wo
.aid homing to hur ot wimt wo 1 1 1 wit
nessed, nor told U to any ono else thut day.
uu i.iu aeuuuu nigui iiuur we were awnk.
oned by a aimilar purformiiure in thu pur.
lor. Wo went iu again, Tlio pieces
played were all clu.slc mostly from Han
del ono or two from lli,iiliiiv..,. l
their execution was perfect; only one of
"nun nuu uver oumii piayt-u In tier heur
ing. Between each sho mude remarks and
criticisms as nuiurally us if shu wore muio
accomplished performer presiding at the
piuiiu, and not our liltlo nurse girl, As
ho closed this performance she astonished
us moro than aver by sayings 'Good friends,
1 1 mucii thank you for your kindness to
this child ; 1 am her mother, and 1 nm
rainlni! lior uneoniiciouslv t,-. i,n....ir
Please do not tell her of this practice, fur
I fear she will not loni; remain with you.
in she U very delicate,'" und bowed herself
out as Ijtforo,
"Tht-su performances bolnc renontml
every alto.niito night ufior, be.amo some
what annoying, especially sinco LUttie
seemed to be declining rapidly. Tho phys
ician prescribed for her, but never eoemVd
to underatand her caso. Ho witnessed
thu musical performances. Ho said sho
as undoubtedly nileep tbo whole tlmo at
the piano. On ono occasion sho turned to
him and said:
J'Oh, incur I I sco you don't understand
inij; J.lsttlo is not b-ifuro you uxcept in
H'' My name is Therese Bernard. I
wi s routed In Lorriiine, married iu Paris.
'""luv iiiusio in t'arls it wus mv Lrand
My hu. bund died on board ship
:u:no to America. I died In New
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