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THE CAIRO DAILY .ULiiETIN, SUNDAY., JULY 28, 1872
THE BULLETIN.
JOMX OBBRLY, Editor and rutHhcr.
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FOB PMSIMHT,
HORACE GREELEY,
of New York ;
FOB T1CB PRMIDINT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
of Mltiouri.
STATE TICKET.
FOR GOVERNOR,
GUSTA.VUS KQSBNER.
FOB LIBUTBXAXT-OVERSOn,
CHARLES BLACK.
FOB SECRETARY OF STATE.
EDWARD RUMHEL.
FOB AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS)
DANIEL O'lIAKA.
FOB BTATE TREASURER.
CHARLES N. LANPHIER.
FOB ATTORNEY OFNERAL,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
GRAND DIVISION.
ELI SMITH.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
GRAND DIVISION,
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
GRAND DIVISION.
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
$6,403 73 ; furniture, bedding, etc.,
13,343 22; stock and stable, $1,C41 67;
talarles, witget and labor, 97,OC4 03; mli-
cellancoui, $-5,498 65. Total expenditure1
If they bad nominated Judgo Crawford
and to.lt that nomination to tho Demo
cratic convention for approval
the Democratic convention, tho great
22.850 30. The rcnortl. well worth DC-' ""J""? f W,,tch WM wll,lnS
. . . . ., . ,it.,r.i.. to yield Wall, would not havo hesitated
rusal, and the initllutlon li worthy of tho '
itate of Illlnoli. Statiitlcal tablos ahow
that tho actual number of idiots In Illl
noli it 3,000, or 1 In every 8C7 of tho pop
ulation, a larger proportion than that of
tho Imano.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
OEOROK W. WALL,
or Terry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
JOHN MEYERS,
of Randolph County.
Metropolis ha a reliirioui revival.
It" ii citimated that the proposod now
Miiiluippi levee extondlng fifty-two miles,
the wholo length of Pike county, will cot
$52,000.
A touko man named Bell, of Qolcondai
hat become insane from religious excKo-
siant. He was a member of the M. E
church, south.
Massac county Grant collar mon hav
hut off their colored brethren, not one bo.
tag m delegate to the county or congrcs
sioaal convention.
Mb. A. J. Alden, lately of this city, has
become editor of the Golconda 'Herald.
His "Introductory" is a declaration of ad
hesion to Grantiim.
M. J. Ixscobe has been nominated by
nHIHiU for tb
Legislature, in this senatorial district.
The Democrats will of course nominate
only two candidates, and therefore Ins
core's calling and election is suro.
Auqusta, On hat the champion "fat
1 baby" and chair. Tho chair was made for
the purpose of holding a little below 500
pounds. Cairo acknowledges the corn;
nevertheless Cairo is so healthy and its
people so good tempered that wo have sev
eral who can turn tho scale on 300 pounds.
Tbe name of the Radical candidate for
congress in this district is of importance,
whether it is Clemmens or Clommenls.
In his younger days Ike was namod Clem
aaens, but it Is held by tome of his friends
that be was so precocious he grew out of
that name into the one he now uses, which
k reported to be Clemments. We Lope it
is.
The 'iley who was nominated by the
Radicals for tho Sonato tho other day, is
a resident of Carbondale. Ho has lately
abusod Rov. I. J. Shores,
the colored dlvino of this city,
and Niley may expect retaliation.
Mr. Shores knows him, and has his ques
tionable army record at his tongues' end.
Mr. Shores says he haa a small cyo, and is
to bo regarded with suspicion. " Novor,'
said Mr. Shores to us. "pin your faith
to a small-eyed man a roan with tho
'Nlloy oye. If you do ho will deceive
jou." Wo assure Mr. Shores -wo shall
notdbso. Little-oyed Niley may there
fore expect from The Bulletin its hot
test shots. If ho wishes our friendship ho
must havo his eyes punched out.
LITERARY THE MAGAZINES.
Tho 'Galaxy' for August is fully up to Its
usual standard of oxcellcnco. Tho open
ing article, "Tho Egyptians at Home," by
Albert Rhodes, is instructive and interest
ing. All tho lighter mlscellanv is of tho
most entertaining character, and tho notes
on scienco, art, etc., good reading for any
season.
'Scrlbner's,' as usual, comes to hand
promptly, a welcome guest to old frionds
and new. 'Scrlbner's' is ono of tho most
roliablo of the mngazines, maintaining tho
even tenor of its way in a manner grati
fying to its mnny readers. The current
number contains all tho interesting fea
tures which havo made this mngazlno so
popular.
The August nuinbor of tho Eclectic
presents to its rcadors a flno portrait of
George William Curtis, tho editor of
'Harper's Weekly.' Tho friends of
Thackoray, tho groat English novelist,
will be charmed with an article from
' Blackwood,' by Win. B. Roed of Phila
delphia, on "Tha:l:cray in America."
The Eclectic is published by E. R. l'ol
ton, 108 Fulton street, Now York,
Torms, $5 nyoar; two copies, $9. Singlo
number, 45 cents.
TheAldine, tho queen of art periodi
cals in this country, makes its August ap
pearance In a truly royal dress. It con
tains four full pago engravings and a
fair numberof smallor and less pretentious,
but no less beautiful ones, in character and
oxeouiloii. The ALiiink grows in fa
vor with tho public, a fact attributable to
the peculiar and original Hold it occupies.
in acquiescing in tho request. But the
Liberal managers blundered, and their
blunder nominated Wall. Why, thon,
should they continue to bo angry and by
their conduct bring disorganization into
tho ranks of the coalition ? Such conduct
is political folly, It Is worse, It is a political
crime. If It is continued it will rob Greo
ley and Koorncr of flvo hundred votes In
this district; It will bring discouragement
and apathy into our ranks, and tho canvass
will degenorato Into a tamo, spirit
less affair. In this city already tho diffi
culty botween tho Liberals and Democrats
has crushed out of tho coalition all its en
thusiasm. This Is our understanding of tho situa
tion, and wo thorcfore mako an appeal for
Reconciliation. Lot us nil sacriflco per
sonal fooling in this patriotic cause, so
that Democrats and Liberals may unito
in support of all tho candidates on tho na
tional, State and district tickets. TIio In
terest of the country domnnd this sacriflco
at the bands of tho Liberals. We hope
they may have tho patriotism to make it-
Tbb following is the Democratic Con
grtulpnal Committee appointed by the
lata Democratic Convention tho full list
baa ton lost or mislaid. The names of the
committee-men from Jackson and Wil
liamson counties are forgotten, and wo de
lira that some person who is advised from
the respective counties would inform us
who wire nominated, so that wo can pub
lish the complete list:
Alexander, Thomas Wilson.
Union, Thomas F. Bouton.
Randolph, J. Perry Johnson.
Massac, G. W. R. Corlis.
Pope, Geo. E. Olmstoad.
Johnson, II. B. Hardy.
Perry, John A. Bolin.
Pulaski, N. R. Casey.
Williamson, . '
Jackson, .
THE VOICELESS.
Wo count the broken lyres that rest
Where the sweet wal ni: Mnirers slumber.
But o'er their silent sUtcr s breast
Tho wild flowers who will etoouto number?
A few may touch the limbic fctrlnj:,
Ann noiy mine no proim to win mem ;
Mas, for those that never King.
But die with nil their music In them.
Xav. irrlevn not for the ilp.nl nlnne.
Where f ong hai told their heart' Mid Mory ;
ccp ior me voiccicsi who navo Known
rue cross wiinont mo crown oi glory s
Not where Lcucaclnn breeze slccii
O er Sappho'M memory-haunted pillow
But wlieri'MieidhU'iilm.' nli:lit dews ween
O'er nameless borrow' churchyard willow.
O hearts that break and glvo no sign
Save wliltenliiL lln and fa dim; tre-
Tlll death pours out lilt cordial .wine,
fading treshCh,
crushing
dropped from 'misery's
prcuKCH.
If singing breath or echoing chord,
To even' hidden pang were given,
What endless melodies were poured,
As sad us earth, as sweet as heaven !
Oliver v ...shall Holmes
ST. LOUIS NOTES,
BY QU1LP.
WALL.
DEMOCRATIC PRESS ON HIS NOM
INATION.
GENERAL SATISFACTION, CALM
LY EXPRESSED.
We hava been kindly favored by the
county clerk with a copy of the seventh
annual report of the Illinois Institution
for the Education of Feeble-ralndod Cull
dnn, locatad at Jacksonville, organized in
ioo, incorporated December, 1871, pfCi.
ident, Hon. Graham Lee; Trustees, Gra
ham Loe, David Prince, and one vacancy.
Tha number oi inmates at present are 71.
During the put year 80 received Instruc
tion, 30 received and 16 removed ; two or
thro died. Seven were found too young
r UBBTottable cases for school-room In-
truetiofl, or afflicted with convulsions,
JrroM tbe report we gather that the
method of instruction, the dictating sys
Urn and tha physical exercises, are care
folly lulUd to the cue, age, etc, of tbe
pwpll. A gymnasium is provided, and all
that ingenuity can devise it brought into
ftraUoB for tha relief of tbwe poor un
fetrtaBBUa. There are ten of these instl
la tbe United States. The ro-
ito Nov. 89, WJ.were f26,W3 u
BcpMeUturet for fruit and provisions,
" RECONCILIATION."
In a recent conversation, Senator Sum
ner said tho watchword of tho present
campaign should be ""Reconciliation I"
And so it should be.
Thero is not a Democrat or Liberal Re
publican of Cairo who will not heartily
respond to this sentiment.
Let us theroforo Democrats and Lib
erals, practico what wo preach. Lotus,
for tho good of tho causo wo advocate, bo
Reconciled.
We all, with ono accord, hoartily do
sire the overthrow of Grantism, and tho
election of Greeley. Let us theroforo bo
unitod in this desire, and togothor
work to securo its consummation..
Wo all, with one accord, heartily dcslro
tho election of our State ticket. Lot us
therefore bo unitod In this desire, also, and
togcthor work to socure its consumma
tion. We all, with ono accord, hoartily desiro
tbe ovorthrow of tho Radical majority in
Cengress a majority which has afflicted
tho country with all tho evils wo now
complain of, and has been tho sorvilo
minister of tho presidential will. Let us
theroforo bo also united in an earnest effort
to securo this great object.
How can this dosirablo condition of
aflairs bo brought about? This Is tho
question.
Tho Democrats havo nominated Mr.
Wall as their candidate and thu Llbcruls
Mr. Jonoi as their candidate. Who shi.ll
yield ?
Lot us sco.
Tho Democrats have yielded in national
affairs, and have agreed to support the
Liberal candidate for the presidency :
they have yielded In state affairs and
are now supporting tho Liberal candidate
for the governorship.
And in this district what huvo they
done? They have nominated lor Congress
a gentleman who Is an enthusiastic advo
cato of the principles promulgated by
tbe Liberal Republicans at Cincinnati
a gentleman who will labor with
zeal for tho election of Horace Greeley
and Gustavus Koetner. "What more can
they ask of Mr. Wall? Wo agrco with
them that he should not havo boon nomi
nated. Under thoclrcmnstancos surround
ing us at this time, tho nomination of
Judgo Crawford would havo been a wise
troke of policy ; but tho Liberals hRj
Crawford's nomination In their hands and
threw it away, If they bad thrown Jones
aiido thero would have been do difficulty.
LAFAYETTE PARK.
Ono oftho lungs ofSt. Lcuis Is Lafayette
park, about tho sizo of four blocks,
adorned with fountains, beautiful walks,
a small lake, on which row skiffs are for
hiro. It Is well shaded, and Is a favorito
resort of St. Louis people. It is fenced in
with Iron railing. Every Thursday af
tcrnoon a frco concert is given in tho
park.
SHAW'S IIOTANICAL GARDEN
the prido of St. Louis, em
braces sixty aorcs. It is situ
taod about six miles from tho court house,
mid jruU rcueli il by meant of tho street
ears and stage, at a small faro. Tho gar
dons are frco. Mr. Shaw's generosity is
unbounded. Thoso gardens will repay a
long visit. Tropical, eomi-tropicul, plants
and trocs, natives of the torrid zone nro
hero to be found, ticketed and labelled.
Large green houses nnd hot houses, fitted
with splendid apparatus adorn tho prom
ises. Amongst tho curiosities are
to bo toon tho cork tree, tho Egyptian
papyrus, nnd hundreds of plants and trocs
foreign to thoso latitudos. A littlo mu
seum, arbors, fountains, a lino observatory,
and splondid forest trees, form n magnifi
cent scone no whoro equalled in tho went.
There, is also a labyrinth. Flowers Irom
all purts of tho world curefully tended by
oxporienccd ilorists, are in profusion. The
wholo is fenced in by a high storsu wall.
At tho main entrance is tho
kooper's lodgo; thero uro two
arched entrances supplied with iron gates.
This noblo proprietor bequeaths tho wholo
of his splendid proporly to tho city at his
death.
THE DIG HOTEL
Is being built on tho sito of thu Lindell,
and will be, when completed, nearly if not
quite, tho largest nnd-most beautiful hotel
in the United States.
THE JlltlUGK
is being rapidly pushed forward. Tho
piers nro finished and the iron work begu'i.
A wholo block, from tho loveo to Fourth
street, has boon pulled down for tho ap
proaches. When complelod it will be ono of
tho modorn wonders of tho world. It is
thought it will ho ready for tho cars be
fore tho closo of 1871'.
the water works
ut Bissel's point, thrco miles In n direct
lino from tho court houso, aro well worthy
of n visit. They were only finished last
yoar, and cost tho immense sum of $3,000,
000. Tho resorvoir presents the appear-'
once of u largo lake, and provision has
been niado for n supply of water in an
ticipation of tho rapid growth of St. Louis
to nearly double Its present dimensions.
Tho depth of water at tho timo of our
visit was 10 feot. Tho full working ca
pacity oftho pumping engines is 3,000.000
gallons overy twenty-four hours.
WEATHH.
Deaths among children ut the tlmo of
our visit were terribly frcauont;
out of 182 doaths, during
ono week, 115 wero of children
under 5 years of ago. Vell,whoovor lives to
see tho closo of tho present century will, if
no groat disaster exterminates it, sco a city
vast in proportions, nnd of commercial im
portance, commensurate with tho glories
of tho Mississippi valley. Vive Santa
Louis.
Tho best Joko oftho canvass is that
uoveruor Washburn ana otnor distinguish
ed and wealthy supporters of tha Adinini
titration, contributed the funds to pur
chaso instruments ior a Grant silvor cor
nit band, at La Crosso, for campaign pur
poses. After tho purchiiso was made it
was discovered that all the members of
tho band but ono, wero Greeley men and
uiun t proposo to "toot" lor lirant. And
so the money goos. Milwauhec News,
From tho Metropolis (Massac county)
Times.
Mr. Wall, in a neut, scholarly and
statcsman-liko manner, ncceptcd tho nom
ination nnd rovlowcd tho issues now boforo
tho pooplo In a manner which Impressed
tho convention with tho conviction that
their confidence had not boon misplaced,
and that tho future of tho Liboral Republican-Democratic
party of tho 18th dis
trict was safo in his bunds.
From the Murphysboro (Jackson county)
Argus.j
G. W. Wall was nominated for Congress
by tho Cairo convention on tho first bnllot.
From the Jonesboro (Union county)
Gazette.
His nomination will undoubtedly glvo
entiro satisfaction to tho Democracy of thu
District. Mr. Wall is u gentleman of Unu
attainments, nnd will no doubt reflect
credit upon tho pcoplo ho will undoubtedly
bo chosen to represent. Ho has hereto
fore represented his county In tho Stalo
Legislature, whoro ho evinced mora than
ordinary legislative ability. Ho was also
a very prominent member of thu Inst Con
stitutional Convention. A man of gonial
and affable manners, ho Is calculated to
make friends wherever he goes, ami bo
will maul with u cordial reception ut tho
hands of the people.
From the Union County Pros'..
Just before going to press, wo recclvu
the news that Geo. V. Wall has received
tho nomination for Congress in this dis
trict, from the bunds ot tho Democratic
convention.
From the Chicago Times.
Tho liberality of tho Oreoleyito polili-
cians in this state who call themselves
"llberuls'' Is somewhat sturtlngly exhibited
in their notion of what would constitute a
division of tho otlices between tho two
parties to thu coalition. Thu presidency
und vieo presidency, with abundant federal
otlices in reversion, nro not enough to sat
isfy tho liberal-minded politicians who
constitute possibly ona or two-tenths of
the voters wlio will boat Urant, n bo bo
beaten ut nil. Nor yet aro thoy sutisllrd
with one-half of the statu ticket, in addi
tion, Thay must have tho congressman in
ovury district whoro It is not perfectly cer
tain that tha congressman could bu elected
without any help from them ; that is, the
one-tenth aro so excessively liberal Unit
thoy uro actuully willing to concede to tho
ninc-tuntbs a minority oftho congressional
candidates I And their liborality goes oven
to tho extent of claiming the congressman
in somo of thu probably Democratic dis
tricts, as in tho Eighteenth, where, tho
other day, thu democrats wuro only able to
get a democratic cundidato for congress by
cutting looso from their liberal allie. In
that district, tlicldemocruU lmvo nominated
for congress Mr. George W. Wall, un un
Imppuclittblo democrat, who will not at
tempt to dodgu tnu most Important ques
tion beforo tho country, that of emancipa
tion from governmental restriction upon
commerco und industry. Wo snail scu
whether tho gentlemen in tho Eighteenth
district who calls themselves liberals will
provo themselves to bo liberal in anything
mora than borrowed name.
From the Chester (Itandloph County) Clar
ion. In accordunco with tho call for a Con
gressional Convention, ut Cairo, tho dele
gates from tho various counties compos
ing tho Eighteenth District convened in
that city Tuesday. Georgo W. Wall, of
Parry county, was nominated for Congress.
JUAltEZ.
SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF THE
LATE MEXICAN PRESIDENT.
AN EVENTFUL AND SUCCESSFUL
CAREER.
Tho t'ilcgraph brings us intelligence of
thu sudden duath, from apoplexy, oftho
cole bra ted Mexican General and ruler.
Benito J UAitEZ, ut thu City of Mexico, on
tho 18th inst., ut tho agu of seventy years.
The origin and history of this remarkable
man possess many points of interest und
exhibit a wonderful career. Ho was born
near tho village of ixtlan, near Oaxnca,
.Mexico, in thu year 1802, and was u de
scendant from thu ancient Indian rucu of
tho Tapatecos. Ho wus educated in thu
Collegu of Ouxucu, from which institution
no graduated in itSJU, at tho age oi twenty
eight. After havint! been elected a mem
ber of tho Institulu of Arts und Sciences
of Mexico, and having served us a member
of thu Legisluturo of tho State, ho turned
his attention to tho study of luw, in which
ho achieved great distinction, being elect
ed to tho Chair of Canonical Law in tho
Inslituto ot Ojxucu j hecretury of tho Su
premo Tribunal of Justice: Substitutu
Judgo of thu samo Tribunal ; Civil Judgo
of thu First Instance in thu City of Ouxu
cu; Fiscal Judge; u member of tho Stuto
i.egmaturo a second time, and Attornoy
Gunarul of the Supremo Tribunal of Jus
tice of that Department. For four yours,
from 1848 to lB5'', ho was Governor of his
native State, Ouxucu. On account of his
liberal views he was banished in 1853,
when Santa Anna was raised a Beeond
time to thu Dictatorship of Mexico. Ho
resided in Huvunu and Now Orleans for
two years, and thou joined thu insurrection
of Alvahee against Santa Anna, which
succeeded in, revolutionizing thu Govern
ment and thu establishment of u Republic.
Under Alvakez, Juauez became .Minister
of Justice; then Secretary of Statu arid
President oftho High Court of Justico un
der Como.vfokt, thu next President.
Upon thu overthrow of Comonvokt, Jua
uez was elected President of tho Republic.
An insurrection against thu Juaukz Gov
ernment was instituted by Miuamon, ana
Juaukz was forced to tuku rofugu from
Ills assailants at Vera Uruz, whuro ho con
tinued to uxurcisu his authority as Presi
dent over thu territory still under his rule,
and received mu recognition oi tnu united
Status. Hu defeated .Mikamon on thu 1 ltli
of August, 1B00, in a battle ut Silou, and
re-occupludtnu capital, whom no summon
ed u Congress, by which ho was again
electod l'residcul ot tnu itupubiic. un
thu 17th of June ho Issued a dcerco
suspending all puymi.nts to thu creditors
of tho Statu, including foreigners, for two
years, which caused thu French and J'.ng
lith Embassadors to suspend their func
tions. This meusuro luud to tho coalition
of Groat Britain, Francu and Spain, to en
force thu claims of their respective sub
jects, A negotiation was untorvd into ut
Bolcdud, atlur tnu uiuud troops hud landed
on .Mexican soil, which resulted in thu
withdruwul of tho hostile forces of tho
Spanish and English Governments, The
French troops, however, roinuined, by tho
order of tho Emporor Louts Napoleon,
for tho nurposo of carrying out tho ambi
tious schemes of that monarch of cstab'ish
ing the Archduke Fkkiunanu Maximi
lian upon a Mexican throno. Juaukz
resisted thu invaders with all thu power
hu could summon, ami dol'eated tho French
at Pueblu, On tho l'Jth of June, 18111,
Maximilian of Austria cnterod thu Mexi
can Capilul und u.cended tho throne,
which ho was destined to occupy but a
short while. After tho withdrawal of tho
French troops, Juaukz, by putting forth
extraordinary utl'orts, succeeded in defeat-
inc tho Imperial forces and obtaining pos
session ofthoporson Maximilian, through
tho porfldy of some of his followers. By
his orders tho unfortunato Archduko was
shot at Quorctnro on tho 10th of June,
1807, nothwithstandlng tho efforts of tho
Embassadors of forolgn powers to savo
his life. This act of cruelty, nnd tho sub
sequent slaughters which characterized
his administration of affaire, nllenulcd tho
sympathy oftho civilized world, which had
previously been bestowed upon him, and
dimmed tho brilliancy of his achievements.
Juauez established himself nl tha head of
tho Government, and maintained his posi
tion as Governor of that restless nnd revo
lutionary people until tho tlmo of his
death, though many efforts were mudo to
overthrow his power.
"A ORU EL MYSTIFICATION."
THE DAUOUTEIt OV HOLLAND HOUSE AND
THE ROMANCE OF 1IKU lllllTII.
Paris July 10 Correspondence ofllio New Tork
World.
Your correspondents in London havo
no doubt Ioiil' slnco furnished you with
accounts oftho marrlago oftho young lady
Known in that city as juss J-ox, "tho
daughter of Holland houso," and Princo
Louis ot Lilchtenstoin u wedding cele
brated with unusual magnificence In tho
presence of many members of England's
royal family and of tho creme tie la eremr
of tho aristocracy of Great Britain nnd of
the conlinoiil. Jiut apropos, or rather mat
apropos of this notubiu event, I find in the
t tgaro thu loliowing amazing story, which
1 copy "under all reserve," although tho
writer in thu Figaro guarantees tho nbso
luto truth of It. Ho says:
" Twenty, venrs nt:o u young wilo, ten
derly loved by her husband, Mmu. thu
.Harnuiso oi .Montulgn. died in giving
birth to a daughter. Tho Marquis, dis
tracted, full (if grief for tho loss of his
wife, fruu from all puturnul affection, so at
least goes tho legend, refused to accept tho
infant, tho indirect cause of his chugrin.
and banished it to Brittany, in h hospital
tor loundlings,
" While tbeso events wero passing, an
English lady, Lady Holland, who passed
through Brittuuy at this moment, learned
this history, and wished to rear this poor
orphan so cruelly deserted by its father.
"Tho birth of this infant, tho strange
ness of its repudiation, us hlumcwortby as
thoughtloss, moved thu heart of this bene
factress, who cum'o to reclaim tho child,
engaging hurself to provide for bur educa
tion and for hur establishment In harmony
with her namo and origin when thu mo
ment for that should arrive."
"Lady Holland has kept her word ; for
to-day tho infunt, abandoned in an hospital
of the province, lias becomo u young lady
oftho world and oftho first rank, und has
como to cspou'e, thanks to hor birth, the
young Princo of Llchtenstuin, under thu
name, well contrived, of -Mile, do Mon
taign. " However, to arrivo at tho realization
of this marriago, it whs necc(ary to provo
tho.uct of birth and the uct of baptism of
tho infant.
"But it has arrived that tho news of
this union Is now to tho cars of Monsieur
tho Marquis ot Montaign, and that ha re
mains stunned by learning this history, of
which hu und Lady Holland uro the abso
lulo duties.
"In line, Monsiour tho IMarquis of Mon
taign, far from repulsing tho infant of
whom tho birth was to him so dear, has
been, on tho contrary, particularly attach
ed to her, and 1ms novcr been separated
from her. His daughter, his real daught
er, has como herself to bo married a few
months since, to M. do Lumottu; nnd God
knows if her father bo cot astonished to
learn this singular history, of which ho
cannot see either tho sourco or tho aim.
In any case, M. de Montaign appears de
termined to find the authors of this cruel
mystification and insult to his dignity mid
i - . i. ...... ti
jjis iHiuruui uueeiioiis.
This is very droll 1 but is it not. most
probably, a canard most uruubUantlul?
. YICEUEGAL MAGNIFICENCE.
LUXUUIES OF THE KOYAL HOUSE OF
EOVI'T.
Prom thoOalaxjr for August.
Ill tho puluccs of thu viceroy, or khedivo
as hu is now called, are seen tho signs of
eastern luxury and the material civiliza
tion ot franco; delicately carved and gild
ed chairs, covered with t lie tinea silk ; soit
tspestried divans running around tho walls;
beds ot solid silver, coveted with ulitturini:
satin, costing as much us 15,000 each ;
long eastern pipes with mouth-pieces of
lightest colored amber, set with diamonds
and precious stones, some of them valued
ut $30,000 a pleco ; gold trays, plutus, and
goblets ot gold, rimmed with gums uveu
diamonds; silver busins to wash thu hands
in uoloro tho ropust; low, round silver
tables, a foot high, for dining; mngnitl-
cont cushions to reulinu on in smoking or
eating; utile coiieccuiis ot solid clusters ot
of diamonds, rubies, or cmerulds ; hundreds
of slaves in each establishment, eunichs,
umug-wuinuii in nuwing costumes ; im
mense rooms decorated in white and uold.
azuro and silver, roso und lily ; floors ot in
laid murblo. porphyry und alabaster : con
stantly Playing fountains, whoso trickling
sounus inn u iigrcuuuiy un uiu car in u
warm country; mosses ot gorgcously-Irom-
ed mirrors. One sees in nil this tho French
upholsterer bus been at work trying his
best to blend Paris and Cairo. In thu east,
whero everything in thu household is low
and flowing, tho assimilation has been
difilcult, in spitu of which thu French art
ist uchiuved a certain meusuro of success.
Thero is viceregal magnillconco within.
Within, again, is seen tho Frunch super
structure over the orientul foundation, by
which this ruler is governed in till his
tastes. There is a French theatre and a
company ol French comedian?, who play
thu stylo oi comedy usually in vogue nt tho
Varieties on tho boulevard .Montmurtro.
In the theatre uro two tones gritlees for his
four wives, whoro thoy keen tho visor of
the box up and looks through its latticed
musk, like cuced bird;. Thu plucu Is much
frequented by tho higher otiicors of tho
c:ourt,.vlio aro usually well up in tho
ironctt language Mho rulor has Jorty
gray I'creheron hones, tent to him from
France, whero thoy were collected for him
byonqoftho strikers of tho eoujxCelat,
well known for his horso proclivities. On
tho Shubra, which is tho 2bir du hae, or
thu Central park of Cairo, eomo of thoso
horeos may bo soon almost any afternoon,
under thu saddle, or hitched to calashes,
broughams, or other vehicles common to
tho liols do Koulogne, and occasionally
four of thorn to u ehar-a 6finr,vith postil
ions In crimson satin, fringed with gold,
preceded by a French outridor. Thero is
a ruoc-courise. constructed after tho Frunch
pattern, in which thu so-called reformers
tuku a lively interest. If tho khedivo
gavo tho mutisos caviare In establishing thu
theatre, ha presented them with jnlaf In
making a homo institution of thu circus.
Tito hprunglod tumbles, thu buro-firccd
woman going through balloon hoops on
horseback, thu fierce savugo whirling his
war club on tho naked steed, tho cunning'
Juggler keeping nloft his knives and or
anges, tho grlminacing man In whito and
red playing tricks on tho ringmustur
these things arejdear to tho Egyptian heart,
and men nnd wornon, spell-bound, watch
thn performance from tho grand entry to
tho riding of tho tricky mulo.
.
Sonutor Doollttlu is tho coining man
of tho Wost, und tho tlmo will como when
tho Western pruines will bo ulivo with en
thusiasm lorhlm as thoy aro now for Greo
loy. Mr. D. to-duy occuplcen more uliulbla
position than tiny othor statomun of tho
country, and tho very fact that thu Grant
gtibsidy press abuso him so unmercifully,
shows that they strlko him us their most
formidable foo. OMonh Times.
Our Home Advertisers.
BUTCIIEHH.
JAMES KYNASTON,
Hatcher nnd Dealer In nil kind I'rrali
ill rat.
COUMB NlNtTIESTJ! ADD PotXAIt KTItr.TI),
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
llur and fluiinlitt-m only Hid Tery heal entile,
fiog and fhrrp. nnd In frepntcd lo (III ntiy do.
m.nd for Iff nh meat frum one pound to (cn
JAKE WALTER,
BUTCHBB
AND tlALtn l!
FRESH MEAT,
Eighth Street, Bktwekk Washinoton
AND CoMSIEnciAI. AvKNDXS,
Arijolulng Iiriculiounn nnd llaniijr'e.
Keep thi! IiojI or lloel, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Iitmb, Snun,f, etc., -ml ara prepared to sirte
citunoa in llio moat acceptable manner.
WIIOfjKNAbK CIIOOF.HH.
WHOLESALE GUOOEKS,
OHIO LEVEK
: a i no . 1 1. 1. 1 .v ins.
Aim, keep constantly on band a rnu.l cum
I'lct" rlock uf
XiIQ.tr03-
HlVn.'ll A Nil ll'.IMI WHISKIES
i I S b,
Port, iUderiii, Sherry nnd Catawba "Winos
1 tl'lVTH A CO. nf II fliclti.irly for eaah.to
t. wMc'l fiu-t tlii't Invito the eapeeUI atleu.
liimot olii lmri(iiiii littykra.
Special attention yipi-u to t'illinq Ordtrs
II. IM. Ill) LEX,
GROCER and CONFECTION
MEECHAITT;
And Dealer in Foreign I'ruila fcXiits,
No. 134 Commercial -a ve.,
Oaiuo, Ills.
WIStM AM) I.Kit O'.l'i.
V. M. STOUKFLETII,
cccMsoa to eoiiLa a TOoanttH
Hecllfycr ami Wlilnl llealor In
1'orrlifii anil IIiiiihkIIi;
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Xo. C2 Ohio Levee.
j CAIRO, tl.LI.NOia
HK keepa on band eonnlantly a full flock ol
OM Kentucky llourbon, lire anil Mononxa
.ela Wlilnkle, French Hr.nJum, Holland (iln,
IthlneamJ California Wlnea Mn3"il
J. C.SMITH,
KIIOUHtLE AW BtTAIL Clltitl II
I
I WINES AND' LIQUORS-1
i i
And proprietor of new and vpemliil
BIHjXjIK.ID hall
No. "o Ohio I,i:vi:i:,
CAIKO,
ILLINOIS,
Keeps con-lanlly on hand tho rholre-t of
Wiiicn and I.ltpiori-, which hu will hell at the
very lowest llgtires. Cull and examine.
T-tidlv
- WAUtl.VS.
WAGON MANUFACTORY.
For Sale at Wholcsalo c Retail
CORNER H2D-KTHEET AND OHIO I.EVEk
Cairo, Illinois.
nnrlllt
1. UAMIII.K
IA1.TEHN.
Henry II Meyer. William Stoncr.
EXCELSIOR !
MEYER & STOXER,
llounft. Hiiin nnd Steamboat
PAIUTBBS.
Decorating In Oil or AVuter Colors : Kalzo
nilti'ns und Paper Iln.i.rlnjr; Grulnlni; and
MurbleiiiL' of ctery description; (Hiding In
every tylc, plain und ornamental,
l'ai-tleillarattcntiou nalil to CIiim filhlliiL'.
Orders tollcltcd for .Scenery, Fresco ami
Banner 1'ulntlliL-. Kanev (iluas. Show Carils.
O till. Plain nnd ornamental.
Call ut tlio hltop atut examine our work
Old Picture-! renewed or copied, Satisfac
tion Guaranteed.
ifJTTAH work rntruMtl to our euro will bo
promptly attended to.
rmii.i in i nomas uiu nana iiuucr the
l'errv ilotiM-. corner Commercial uvo. mid
Bth eired. ".() tf.
MINSJKI.I.ANEOUN.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET,
11ETWKEK WAHH'K AVENUE ANIJ WALNUT
Ir. H, K. frielda Inform tho public that ho hns
opeueil u
L I V K li V S T A li L E,
on tho nnrthwont side of Tenth stron as named
nbuw.
Ida StnUfH will be furnished with nono but tbe
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and (he ptibltn may no accommodated lit nil hours
of Um iluy and mailt vrllh sslo teams on tho LOW.
HrtT TERMS.
Dr. 1'ieldn aska a time ol ptihllo patronsce,
and will eudoavor to merit It by fair dealing and
ntrlct attention to buunena.
WUUD I WOOD I I WUODIJ
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An t'lienp, II not Cheaper
hud unv wood dealer I II f!;iItVi. I.nfivn nrslnfti
on tho hlutch ut thu lolutllco mid ut Itohs,
opal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
"''"in anil twelfth htrceto, Cairo. Illinois. 1
Khis (,'ood measure nnd will cord tho wood
up ii itcsircu,
ail'p'KMf DENNIS HALEY.
Our Homo Advortisors.
NTOVKM, TIXWAHK, KTl),
A. HALLE Y,
DEALER IN. STOVES,
Tib and Hollow iWare. Clothes Wringer Toil
Ware, Coal Hods, FlraBhoTala, Afr OaU.
Havvf Aoroaia or
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
IRON WARS.
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
'RooflDK. Guttering, and ail klnda oflo
ftbldir
lavuiiDK. uuiicrinff, am
work done at ahorteat nolle.
ARE UNIIOUIITEULY THE
CHEAPEST TO BUY!
BEST TO USEI
EASIEST TO SELL
And never fail to
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
IN ANY AND, ALL LOCALITIES.
58,168
SOLD IN PAST THREE YEARS I
Every alofe oflered if a proof that tha
CHARTBB OATT
IS DOING 3IOKE "WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than any other Cooking Hlote made.
SOLD IIY KXCELMOR UANU'lO. COMPANY,
ST. XiOTJIS,
Who!eal Ilealeia in all klnda of TINNKRH'
STOCK ; and by all lire Hlote Dealer., like
C. V HENDERSON,
l'J Commrrclil.Aienue,
CAIItO ILW.
t-aodAwtw.
P-saTr-J h.nV - .
HEAD QUARTERS.
BEERWART, 0RTH & CO.
180 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
Dealera in
' STOVES, TINWARE, HOLLOW
WARE,
GKATES. MANTELS
PUMPS, PLOWS,
EEPEIGEEATOES
ICE CHESTS,
WATER COOLERS.
GOOCH'S FREEZERS,
BIRD CAGES,
W 1 1R. IE CLOT H
for Window bcreent ,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
. &C, &C, &c.
FARMING TilPLEMEKTS,
HOES, RAKES,
SHOVELS, FORKS,
SCYTHES, SNATHS,
CRADLES, Ac, &c.
Also manufacturer of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper Wark
Kola Axeats for tho celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uhio's Moveaiile Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
BCANTLIN & COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
ANU
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
TOP,
Warranted a iirw cure tor htroklng ehlmnla
CAIRO CITY COAL
la prepared to aupply euttomer with the beat
quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS .
COAL. f
-KrEHH lell at Ilalllday Iiroa. orHca, TO OHIO
KJ LEVEE, or at the Coal lard below the lit.
Charlei Hotel, will receive prompt attention.
THE TUG 'UONTAUK " will P''nt eolalooK
lo altamara at any hour.

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