THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 171.
A, WAVQTMAIt, M. D.,
I5'IVfllcrV, Pnrirn and Aeenuhetir, formerly
I Of Anna. i iiimnw, on
it ccii EigMh niid Ninth Mrwts tVm
WILMAM . SMITH, M. 1).
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fated .n. ..ninu. nirei-i
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COUN'RKI.OUS AT LAW,
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ee-.iUl attention given In Admiralty ami
orricK-4,li;o tr.trr, holism' 7 ixn8 over
CITV NATIONAL HANK.
July 7, 1871.
JOHN ll.OIIKItLV K p itoa m l'l cumitn.
Ti of tiii Daily lln.ir.Tisi
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One iniiiith, I J r.inll - 75,
Thrtt trir iitlm 12 5
Six in'iLHi. i M
On jw,' L. I U
Till vffieinlfnptTof Aleranfier county urut of tht city of
Guru; thtvututnorningtlatluin&xtthcrn IlUtwit;
atCklt-atttiUfjutnal; tmnll, but fenrlcu I out
HAc ii on all lutijtcti of iiitcrat to the yuUlc ;
vttk a tntfi and xncrtavnq circulation, thr llulle
ttntulmUthet'OtmnafievI iiitdl'fjtnl rtutkrt unj
tnicrjtruxng buiintu tncn.
THE HOLLAR WEEKLY 11ULI.KTIN. ,
John 11. OItij A Co. havo rrdaicil'tlie ulJ
scriplion price of the Weekly Cairo llullctin to
Out IkVar per annum, making It tlio cheapest pa
per published InBoathrrD llllnoii.
IIo.v. Thomas Hoy.nk, on tlio day
we celebrate, spote well of tlio "now
' departure." He is almost persuaded to
be of tlie departed.
Vick-Pkesident Colfax orated at
Valparaio, Indiana, on the 1'ourth.
Hq informed t)m acuilled patriots tjiat
Ins Iiealt'h was improving and his homo
was in the getting sun. He also added,
that the American cnglo waS tlio proud
Hen. Him., of Georgia,1 ortldrcs tho
"new departure." "I do not accyiitiU'
Mid tie. "because 1 aiiprovo ol the rc
cent action o,
ILCjOiiKrcHS. ji ittcr, .but
.1 , .t.
' Decuse l eee41i4t-rtppof
' only taml us farther away from justice
... .V.Utllll( 1 11.11 11111 itJ
Tiiumh say V
The "next prgident of the United
States," in the ptn-on of (ioorgol'raiicis
m. ... ...
Irani, na departed lroin tins land ol
the free and home of lhe,hrav,;fj)r) tlie
purpose of invading Ireland and rees
tablishing the commune in Paris. If
he fJiouhl he thot, grim disaster would
walk upon tho heels of his death. Hut,
since he is destined toi.bo the next'
president of the United States, bullota
may whistle about his ambrosial locks
Tiiat very cstimablo but exceedingly
irate I5ourbnic jo.uraial,tho l'ducah
Iff mid, is in a hopeful, ppudition.. . In
a lato isjue it doelarosthat , i' jf-thoifo js
II rtnnsnMM.:.V am. J:.l1iiM' tlin'tivna.'
.. vi-iiiuv.iaii; v.auuiuiiiu tut iu i...j-
'idency wo shall vobo, for, him; plat
' forms may go to tho devil 1" . Wo
have no doubt that tho readers of the
Herald will von in iliia ilnnlnmiinil
trikiug evideneo that tho IlMtld I
willing to live nnd dio hv vrinchib:.
Vnv ninn'r u-biiiv. 'n.nVt i s de oriiii-
Ai J paper winch asscits its Ul:l r
principles oi thenattr itvftupports, and
Mipport the candidate of that party in
any and every event,, if ft. model cham
pion of priueiplo. Of course it is.
111: Vaducah Herald now asserts
theru is not a newspaper or a publio
man in tho south that has :ovcr con.
tendod .tW Mwta lavorji caui bo re
tored, and adds: lfAU have agreed
'that the one thing settled by the war
'is 'tho' otitirc "and final ' destruction of
it.SnZA?,"li?''Jlit. .1.- '..
wrongiuuy anu rascally woro the means
'taken for its deWtrUcUdn. The attempt,
'WTcHtnjiu ihcparLofilic J ullktis
'to conytitojprfn that.tho Her-
'uU, or that any faouthorn man, is con
i. t!....i n .$ J 'i . 1: -
icimiiig' iop ma restoration' ol negro
'slavery is unworthy of its editor." Wo
would regret to do injustice to tho po.
Kition oftllo WrVaf.l whicli wo porccivo
11 involved 111 ciiiiMderable obscurity,
pi... ..t... . .1:.: . ...
...u vmin pi .JilUllieiailS to wiucli tlio
editor of the Ilmild belongs, profuiH
meat duMidii'trt what U,ey are pleased
tn call "prineiplo" s contradistin.
guisheJ. from "jKiliuy." They us.ett
that what was wrong yesterday is wrong
to-day, ami thaj ho is UI, h.con
Bistent politician who docenot denounce
vu uay wimt He denounced ycbtcrday.
'Hiey-decUro that this govcriiiiient was
founded upon the principle of stato sov
WttJMEOwnded by.BkBsra. John
viuuuu, Alexander II. Stephens
rnT"!!!! "Tho Rtat
tuvw T,---W9icinun .It
4 powers to tho federal uovemmunt n.i
4 eierved to themselves all otbcr fut,c.
'tioiis of BOVcreiKMlv. Tlio riixiit to
' hold slaves, to regulate nuflrago, nntl of
1 poccssion wore never delegated to tlio
fmloral irnvcrilincnt. It lrt trilO that
when the fouthorn tntcS'a't.tcruptc.d to
wile, iho ord rroVonted tin) oxor-
1 ci.o of tlo )i'l)t, hut the HWOrd decides
nothing" A nghtj like truth, if orushod
to earth will riso again. 1 ho rignt ol
fcce.cion thcicforo will yet triuniiih.
The ' lost eaustj ' is not nltogethor lost.
iW tlio MwWof iho sword tho right to
regulate suffrage was taken from tho
Utile, and therefore the so-called fif.
(oeiilh aiiicudjjieili4iiull rftitl i)nL be
cause a fact nccomplishcd by force or
fraud is no fact. Consequently, oursuc-
cohB at tho polls would bo a declaration
tijby theniajority that each state, in tho
Vfaoc-jpf 'tho SOfCallcd amendment tp the
constitution, liasptill iho right to mako
'taco, color nn'd previous condition of
' eervitiido lests of sutTrage. Tho tliir
j fconth aincndmctit, abolishing ulavcry,
' was adopted by wrongful and fraudu-
liilif mnn iid1nr tlin tinwni rC tlin
' sword and it, too, according to our
' understanding, is liull and void. In
' short, tho late war on tho part of tho
' foJoral govcrnincut was unconstitu
' tional, and all ifs results are null arid
1 void. TJio constitution is td-day what
'it was in 18U0, and the man who says :
" Lcljus acquiesce in the constitution as
' it is,' is a traitor to democratic priuci
If' this is llot tho position of the
Bourbons, they have no position at nil
and arc only bloviating asses. If it is a
Crime ngainst "prineiplo" to say that
the democracy should acquicsco m the
fourteenth and fiftccntK amendments to
tho constitution, no matter how wrong
fully and rascally were tlio means
taken to tccuro their adoption, because
they have become parts of tho consti
tution according to tho forms of law,
then' the Herald has wandered from
principle in declaring its acquiescence
in tho thirteenth nmomluiont, which it
proclaims was adopted by means wrong
ful and rascally. Tho fact is, tho JTcr-
aid is too much prejudiced ngainst the
negro, or is too cowardly, to bo logical.
All tho "war amendments" stand on tho
sauio fooling. If one should be ao
quicsccd in all should be; if one should
bo rejected nil should be. Tho poll
ticiiins who pay we shall acViuicpec in
one, but to bo men of principle must
reject tho other two are inconsistent.
'in, i-.,.,. ,,.,ii.;,,,. c ,,i nn.
A 1.1.J niiuu iiuiiiin vii Ji 1 11II.IJI1U, unit Hiu
neither fish, flesh nor fowl.
Knshloiiablo bolls nll'ect colored linen
collar. . .
Sailors' huts aroiilltun rnno imionjj tho
girls of sis Icon.
Laeo shawls uro worn bolted at tho
waist and forming a flowing sleovo.
It'.uclc velvet wrutlots nro In voguo
nmoni; woaltliy matrons.
liixccs nro tho only possible trimming
for lutylish full dross. Thrond, duchess.
lvhlfcnclennci, ara tho most worn
Uluo veils nro en renlc among the
domuiEullcs who lmvo ut. iimato horror u
becoming sunburnt or freckled.
Tlio whole secrot of tho summer fas)
Ions In trimming r all Icinds is tiimmed
up liiwdVults. HViSrytliing.tlmt can be
fringed is fringed; everything that can bo
ploatvd is pleated.
IT 11 AH NOT IIP.KN HUM) HUT SLF.EPINO--
r.AlUCAt.'l T.STIMONV AH TO ITS BTUKNUTII
I'rum it lungthy cdUorial in ,a Into Issue
of tho Nowburyport (Mass.) Daily Herald,
nn nblo radical newpaiier, wo mako tho
following extract in regard to tho demo
cratic party of to-day:
It lias been our wont to spouic compiac-
Dlly Ol tno ucujuurmiu jiaiij, nui niiii
apyi'apuuiigo ot pokt-obtt eulogy, as dead ;
UUt, WO UOglii now iu jnutuivij umi 11119
may lmvo been un error, uronqn, rouieu,
cattered though it has been, Its left wing,
tliat of tlio rebellious states engulphcd fn
a maelstrom ol binou mm lire, nil inu
btittes of tho union, with ono or two uxecp.
tlons, thatched from Us i:rnsp, tiuiii 1ms
shown that in what seemed complete an
nihilation, .it). organization was etill per-
fuct, and It but slept upon lis nrms. in
trutn, if republicans cannot udmiru
tho vitality Of that party, it does at loast
excito wonder, iiiuitruiing as 11 uocs to
their minds tho principlu "which makes
calamity of so long life.'' Yo may de
claro tlio democratic party to bo dead, but
With what natural guelo might, not one of
its pnrtlzafiJ' reply, pointing tb New-York
or -ew jimupsmrc, tiiat 11 to 11 is inu
kind 01 death winch is swallowed up in
victory, That it is not dead tho republicans
will have full rcasou'ld Know boforo the
,,,,.,,, 1872 ii fought "and won. Nay,
were it as dead in tact us it is boliovcd by
them to bo in tresjmsscs and tins, it needed
but such a movement 11 that of tho states-
nun of J Jay ton to recreate .it; as. when
Jvzckiol propcslcd in tlio valley, and tho
dry bonos stood up and dived, nntl they
were tho whole of Uraol onco more, so has
Vnllnndlgbain .restored 'hii party, so
breathed into its nostrils a new life, so re-
nuimntgd it, that there Is to-day nn emo
tion in Its favor, men who deiiu'inced-liim
as a traitor now, speak ofth!m as a patriot,
and tlie ehlof justice writes of tho now de
mocracy with filial sympathy as tho free
coil party of his early fate. To meet this
party, thus rr-organiztd and ro-lnsjiired,
10 contest With It for victorv. nnd t nvur.
come it'if possible, that Is tho duty of tho
epuuiiynnjiiirty, one wmcn It owes both
o tho country' nnd Itself, nnd how this is
to bo accomplished Is tho question of tho
tar it nmieilr tlm! tl?n'll,,l,,l I......
, , , , I ...... ,..u . u JUltl-
lldes. III I'lirU. Vlinri'ln urn .l,,,,t;i,l
-. . . tuVI'U.tll.14 illU
mini ol tlm gtW,t Ni,jm!conrlind n mtr-
row escaj.o from destruction at tho him
of tlm Communists. Everything wns p.
V. ' . 10 1 . "p - W. J1?10'. w also the
, i ...BV. 111U
t?1 lA'llin 1,.
t ,1 1 1 . 17. iiiiiiiuur
of thcr depafturo from tho tcuno. thu
uimmuhbu who wcro to lmvo done tho
work, fortunately forgot to light tho tnntch.
cs communicating with bcvornl btirrcls of
gunpow(lr and Inllumemablo materials.
1 Imi was itthut by 11 more clmnco thu nsli.
o nf tho first Lhipcror wcro Prcservei
, "em oblivion,
AN ATROCIOUS AlUItDBII.
RKMAKKAIILE D3EAM VEnlFlKD A
Tlio lilclitiioiid ll'Ma of Tuesday con
tains nn ncfoiint of n Irtitnl murder com
muted ncro tho lordor. In "Wllkcn county,
North Orttollnn, a fow ttayg since, and tlio
clrouminncc9 of which nro not i llltlo
romiirknlijo. Tho.nccount is ns follows:
It appear that a ircntlcmnn. rcatdinrr In
Hint county, a fow days provfous to tlio
murder, sold to a nolghbor n tract of Innd,
for which ho rccolvcd S1000 In cnih.
Iluslnoss cnlllnc htm nwnv from Jiomo
soon nflcr, ho left tho money jvl'ti h)s
wife, and on returning ho ttopped over
night with a friend living so no ton or
iwclvo inilev distant from hi homo,
In tho night ho dreamed that soino men
had .entered' hmnp.
murdered hh wlf 11 nil furr.
children, stolen his money and destroyed
his proporty. Knowing that ho had loft
tho money with his wife, ho Locarno un
easy nnd restloss after his drcnin. and ro
quested a poddlor who was stopping at tho
Jiouso with him to nccompany him nt oneo
to his home, for ho fonrod th'oro Was n re
ality In tho dream. On arriving at his
iiorno, to nis norror noiounu ills wito mur
dorcd nnd two mon sitting nt n tublo count
ing out tho money ho had loft with his
who. lie and tlio pod lor being armed,
Immediately flrcd upon tho men and
killed thum, who turned out to bo tho man
to whom ho had sold tho land, nnd frohi
whom ho had rccclvood tho $1000, and his
con. This is no of tho most astrocious
murders upon record, and shows what
foul deeds money will load men to com
a rnosrECTivK watering h.ace.
From tho N. T.Enn.
It Is not unllkolvthftt before munvvenrs
have nnsscd Denver, in Cnlnradn. will )n
ono of tho most fashionablo watering places
of America. It Is now a city of 10.000
inhabitants, all promises to becotno ono of
tho most chnrmlnc resorts for travellers on
tho continent. Tho town is situated on
tho main branch of tho rlyor Platte, nnd
an aqucducnt twonty-flvo milesjlong brings
tlio water of this stream trom a groatcr
olovation in tho mountains to servo tho
purpos of Irrigation. By this means tho
city nnd Its suburbs nro always looking
iresn anu groon, wnuo almost every prl
valo gentleman is enabled to ornamont his
gardon nnd grounds with sparkling foun
tains. Tho streets nro nearly all elchtv
feet wide, nnd planted on each sido with
shado trees. Tasteful rcsidoncosl nnd line
churches and other public buildlnc indl-
cnto rolinomcnt nnd enlorpnso on the pnrt
oi mo innnoitanu. in tlio utsinnco is to
bo seen tho llockv Mountain ramie. Its
sides lor tho most part clothed with ever
Till! MCFAItt.AXli niVOUCK FRAUD.
From tlm .Morgan County (Iml.) fitiotte.
Aftor cirefiil innuirv wohnvobcen una
bio to learn that Mrsf McKarland-llfchard-
son, who obtained liordivorco in our com
mon l'lcns Court here, oyer remained
twonty-rour consccuttvo hours in our
county, much loss having acquired a rcsl
denco and her (iiinsi-inha'bUniicy in tho
Stnto remains in doubt, whon it is known
that sho boarded a whilo in IudinnnpolU
and kept up nor business ns correspondent
of tho iVu l'ork Tribune, nnd loft tho Stato
tho next day or two after getting her di
vorce, anu nns nover roturnou to ncr 'Homo
In that city. Our laws aro trood whon thero
Is no fraud and trickery: hut it must bo
admitted that they necdsomo amendment
in view ot tlio numerous instances or per
jury Unit scnlawngs from oth'or states re
sort to kci rm oi unconconini nartnors.
which moy could not do in incirown Homes
anu among tiieir own iicqualnlrnccs.
K timpiv ivmriti
The following spirited nnd timely reso
lution was ndoptcd by tho iato convention
of fomnlo sufl'racists in St. Louis:
llcsolvod: Tliat thojjolaim of women to
participate In making tho laws sho is re
fill irca to oboy. and to onuallty ot riuhts
in nil directions, has nothing to do with
spccinl social theories: thnt tho recent ut
tumnU lu Uils city and elsowhoro to assO'
ditto tho womnn sulfrairo caino with tho
doctrine of freo lovo and to hold It respon
sible for tho c'imcs and follios of individ
unlt, is an outrngo nn common-sonso and
decency, nnd u rlaudcr upon tho virtue
nndlutclligcnco of tlio women of Amorica.
(.""An interesting discovery was
madu on Die recent removal to tho British
Kccord Ollico of tlio " Shaftesbury l'npors,"
presented by tho present Lord Shaftos
Lury to tho nation. It was a small
vellum-bound volumn, containing tho
original draft, in tho handwriting of John
Locke, of "Tlio l-'undamental Constitu
tion for tho tlovermont of Carolinn.''
Historical invostit;ators liavo novar yet
.found concluslvo uvldonco that Locko wns
tho ronl author of this political scheme.
LordAshloy, tho ancestor of Lord Shatt
csburv, was ono of tho lords proprietors of
Carolina, and Locko nctcd at ono timo as
his. secretary, l-'rotn tho documents now
brought to lit: lit it seems well established
that Locko nut onlv wrote tho wliolo of
tho Car.olipn constitution (which bear nu
merous careful corrections but wns also a
prime mover in the enterprise of tho settle
ment of Carolina.
Coy .Massachusetts farmers are trying a
novel modo of fertilizing their crops. L.
G. Curtis triod sowing Indian meal on his
tobacco land last year, sido by sido with
guano, and was so well pleased with tho
results that this year lie sowed ten tons on
his' tobneco' land, 'and J. S. Graves is try
ing cotton seed meal for tho suuio purpose.
Pitch Brothers aro making nn experiment
witli barley meal. 'Wheat bran is said by
tho "sclontWci" to contain most of tho ele
ments of tho wheat which nro found in
phosphates, lfbnrloymcal proves to bo
11 good loriiuzor, buying 1110 crams trom
broworlcs, which aro sold for clcht or ton
cents per bushel, would certainly bo a cheap
modo ot enriching 1110 sou.
- - .--I . -
CQrtjquiro Julia "Ward Howe is net to bo
allowed to assume tho ollico ot J. 1 . to
which she was appointed by Gov. ClaQin,
tlio Supremo Court having decided that "a
woman, whether married or unmarried,
would have 110 constitutional or legal au-'
thoritv to exercise any functions of that of
fice." This is rntlior a hard blow to "tho
cause,"' and wo expect to hear thoso Judges
ritrlit roundly berated, but as Mrs.Uowohas
plenty ot otucr ways or making, norseii use
fill. 11111I ns it will nrobnblv notlio vorv (J i 111
cult to fill tho vacant ollico, wo suppose it
docs not make much difference. 'o dare
fa v. tliouerli. that sho would havo proved a
good deal bettor magistrate than many
ngainst whom thero aro no constitutional
tgy-Tho nail and spiko manufacturers,
lutolv in "session ut tho AEtorlloiise, aurcod
upon a geiieraleroductlon of pricos about
lorty cents por Keg on an sizes, i no ioi
lowfnt: nro tlio now rates: 10 penny to CO
penny nails, los than 100 kegs, $1,115: ojd
rato,$l 75 100 to -tOO kegs, $1.L'5; -100 to
1.000 koirs.St 1!0. Tho Central nnd "Wes
tern New Yorki bohcdulo for tho above
sizes' woro tad at $1.10. A general aver
age decline of -10 nor copt was agreed upon
for 3, 1,0,0,7,8, anal) ponnys; also upon cut
b pikes, finishing, flooring, box, coopers',
casing, slating, trunk, tobacco, nnd clinch
L6yTho Scientific American uives tho
following recipe of a soap to cloiin sjlvcr
and britunniu; Una half pound of ' soap,
thruo tublospooniuls of spirits nf turpon-
vuiu ,uuu nun it lummcr oi water, i.et it
boil ten mlnutoi: add six UMpannnnfuii
I of hartshorn. Make suds of this aid
AMERICAN WOMEN AN!) THEIR RiaiHS
TW0S1DES T0 TUK QUESTION.
From Jennlo I.otil,- F,Mlon ulUtl
wo,n?n 0r ,,ho? t0 8C American
..i Ion, . P0-d "llond.tho races
f iht. in ft,' "lB""lccnt grounds
ol tins instllujtion, tho lorolv sufrnnndlnc
country, tho convenient clKuw "n"
ts broad ploM, which in.ko "Mblo
for a lady to enjoy thosport without oncoun
terlng dust or wind have all fti,i0d to
give tho races which, annually Uko place
midor tho auspices of Iho' distinguished
.lockoy club n fashlonnblo reputation, and
lioy now briitg toother, without doubt, a
toilets, aiid.hlgh.brod Amorlcnn mon, tlinn
cult be found In nny. 'Other ono catlioriini
In city or country.
11 would bo a Jlno sight for Susan D.
AnthQny, or nny othor gauntboliovcrln tho
wrongs oi tno sex, to sua tho nssombWn
of gorgcou.', creiiniy-comploxlunod, woll
fed eontlnuully-eiired-for women, attondod
deforcntlnlly by superb-looking mon, who
carry their wraps, select for them tho'
most comfortable seats, and seem to fool
bound, for tho ploimiro of thoir society
nnd tho beauty nnd brilliancy they odd to
tho scene, to return them a "good tlmo." It
WOuld show most conclusively that there
are two sides to tho question of womnn's
rights, that tho husband and tho father of
tho period is not nhyaysso black as ho Is
painted, 'nnd that if ho errs, It is sotnotimos
on tho sidoof too much kindness.
Tho Joromo park races aro fast taking
tho position of tho "English "Derby," mi
nus its crowd of thieves and loafers, its
tlilmblo-rijrcor and vulgarity, l'orhsps
It is tho high rata of admission more llkoly
tho determined efforts of tho managors;
hut from whntovor cause, n high tone of
fashion nnd oxclusivencss is maintained,
nnd tlio manners, tho dress, tho appoar
ancc, tho conversation aro such as would
bo soon in tho best drawing-rooms of Now
HARTFORD TO BF. THE PERMANENT CAPITAL
The capital question in Connecticut has
been ono which, for sevoral years bus
caused much feeling and given riso to much
cnlousy. Thero is a laruu number of tho
pooplo who lmvo become sick of two capi
tals and would have only ono. Local
prido has almost como in to prevont a set
tlement. Now Haven has for its friondi
tho western section of tho Stato, Hartford
litis tlie easlorn and portions of tho ccnlrnl
Last week tho Sonata passed a resolution
which looks liko a moasuro for establishing
a single capital, and that at Hartford. A
resolution was adopted apprnprialinc $600,
uuu lor a rjuuo uouso in iinruord, also
uuthriEing that city to raise $100,000 for
the samo purpose; also n resolution appoint
ing n commission to superintend tho croc
tion of tho liuildini?. if tho House concur
It mny bo considered cerium that tho intoa-
! r l. . Ti...if.. i ai. .
iiuu is iu muKu iiuriioru inu permanent
EgyDurlng a recent speech by Henry
Dean, at Corydon, Iown, in tho interest of
nnow railroad, two mon on horsoback rode
up in front of tho National liank, dismout
cd, entered tho institution, nnd, finding no
ono in except an omccr oi tno minx, pre
sented revolvers nt his head and demanded
tho money on hand. Koalizing that ho
was completely nt. their mercy, tho ofllcor
surrendoro sonio st.uvo, when tho villains
loft. Aftor quitting the bank thoy rodo to
tho mcotlng, which was in tho open air,
and called out that tho bank had been rob
bed, nddinrr thntthov hadnlontv ofmoncv
SVith n cheor for 'jyilkcs Booth, thoy then
struck spurs to their horse?, and galloped
out of town boforo tho crowd had fairly
realized what had taken nlnce. A nartv
soon started in pcrsuit and after riding a
short ilislnnon rnmn within hailing OlStanco
of tho robbors, who waved n doflanco and
dnrted oil with increased speed.
Ct5y A couplo in Dubuquo havo a lino
way of Rotting nlong without work. Tho
Wile gaVO out thnt lior )inlinml had gouo
to AVisr.nnsin, nnd that sho was left to got
along as best ho inljrht. This, of course,
oxoltcd tlio compassion of nil tho bonovo
lent pcoplo in town, and sho has been sup
ported by tho d liferent churches during tun
past winter. Tlio othor diy a benevolent
lady visited tho woman) and opened tho
door without knocking. Sho was somewhat
surprised to sco a pair of boots disappear
under tho bed, nnd still further nstonishod
when sho discovered that tlio owner of tho
boots was tho husband who was supposed
to bo in Wisconsin, but who in reality had
lived comfortably on tho pious fraud thoy
been perpetrating throughout tho entiro
BS?A "Washington tolcgrnm says:
"A gentloman from Columbus roports
that mambors of tho Ohio Democratic
Contral Commlttco havo considorcd tho
statements that if tho voto of tho lato
convention had been correctly announced,
lowing would lmvo boon tho nominee.
Tho committee took no formal action in
tlio matter, but tlio statements submitted
woro such ns to show beyond question
thnt if correct tallies had been kept thoy
would havo shown a' majority for Ewing.
It is understood that tlio friends of the
lnttsr did not insist upon' public action on
tho mntter, nnd 31 c Cook's friends assort
tliatKwing will stump tho Stnto for tho
lilrof .'a utin nnn,wl 'I
NO. 1&0 "WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Has on lmnl
A FINK STOCK OF WATCIIKS,
CLOCKS, JKAVELHY, ETC.
I'nrtlciilur nttonllon (jlvrn to
ItEl'AIltlNG FINE "WATCHES.
Tho largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
IN TUK CITY.
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET
CHAN. JA'i:it it CO.,
KKKP conRlanlly'on hnml tlio bestif becl,
porl;, iiiiilloii, vnnl, I.htiIi. Kiunnuo, itililltirr.
do. Fiosh wlillo Innl 111 any quantity, norncd
twef. em.. nliuiVK on limn!,
nln tivit nn linn,!.
Oiders pronipllyllllO'l, and x.iti'f.iction wnrrnn
toil; ' Mi7lf
.JAM US KYN ASTON,
lliilclii'r mill Dt-alcr in all HIiiiIh 1'roali
Coiisrn WixrTrr.Ntn ami I'.u uii fjTKcrr.
)IIYU ami slaulilors only Iho very beat rallle,
A) liOKSuml hIiih'Ji, nml in preptnul to nil any
ilouianit for frcali uicau from oue pound to tcu
tlioimund pounU. JcciOlf
HATGIIEIiOirM II AIll I1VK.
Tlili superb Ilrtlr l)jo la tlio nrsT imnWoniD
Perfectly Harmless, Reliable nnd Inathanteoti.
No disappointment. No Iliilicttlotm Tints or Un
pleasant Odor. Tlio Reniilno W. A. llacholor's
llntr Kje prodiicos IMMIIDlATKLV a Sil!inlll
lllnck or nitunil Drown. Poes not Hinin the
Skiu, but lcavcathe Hair Clean, Soft nnd Beaiill
fill. The only Bnfo nd Perfect Dyo.
Bold liyallilriiBSlst". FncloryinllomlStreet,
New York. inn) JldeodAwly
ITd OUltE AND ITS TKEVENTIVE
HY Dlt. .1. II, SCIIENCK, M. 1).
Many nliumankolnahaa passed nar for whoso
death iiiore waa no olnor rvaaon than iho neffloct
if known and Indlipaublr proron moaniof cure.
Those near and daar to ramlljr and frlaads aro
uleeplna tno dreamlesa tlumber Into which, had
they calmly udopled
II R. JOSEPH It. BC'IIF.NCK'HHISiri.K
nnd arallod them.olrcs of Ills wondsrfullremoa
ckiuf rallclni. thoy would not haro Mien.
Dr. Hchenck haa in Vila own caio protod that
whcrcTor nurflcicnt Tltalltr remains, tlial tIUI
Itr, hr bit medicines and lilt dlroctlont for their
uko, la qulckonod Into healthful rigor.
In thu aiatoment thoro It nhthtnir t
tuout. To tho faith of tho Inralld It in ado no
reproientaUon that la not a thousand tlmoa tub
Manttatod bjr bring and Tltlblo worka. Tho
theorr of tho euro by Dr. Bchenck'a mtdlelnea
la nt tlmpta na It It unfailing. I la philosophy ro
imlres no argument. 11 Is self-assuring, tolf-con-rlnelna.
Tho sea-wood Tonle and Mandrako Pllla are tho
first two woapons with which tho citadel of tho
ualady U aaaalkxt. Two thlrda of tho cases of
consumption orlgHiMo Id dytRevalaiuid a func
tionally disordered llrcr. WIUi this onndltlon
tho bronchial tuboa "armpatblio" with tho
tlomach. Thoy respond to tho uiorbino action 1
nf tho hrer. Hero thon tonics tho culmination
result, nnd tho sotting In, with all Its distress
ing tjmptoms of ,
. Tho Uandrako Pllla aro eoropoaod of ono of Ka.
tiire't noblest Klfu-th I'odophlllam 1'eltatum.
They intMsa all tha hlood-ttarohlna;, allarmtiro .
propertlca of calomel, but, unllko calomel, they '
"LEAVE NO 8TINO BUIKI),
Ths vfltk nf mmIi nn knnU lpk.iii-.
tad and mucous depoelta In tho tiowelt and lav tho
alimentary canal ire ejactod. Th JT rWer.lto
viucs, is wounci up. itaiouaoarrontl
front tl ulrtSd-1
i iuo bwiuikii ku rvs(Kinsivc
iwwuus ovajioa w xot aoaanoiagi
A BUPPIV OF GOOD BLOO.- '
Tho 8ea-wead Tonlo. in ConJiiiWlnn'Wui Wo '
Pills, pormealet and aaslmilaua snm la a: food.
Chyllflcatlon la now progression wlthoul, Ua pra-,
rlont torturea. Dlrattun bvotrmm palnl,n
tho euro la aoen to Co at band. .Thero la no ssoro
Oatulenoe, no czacorbaUon of tho aloauach. Ao
oppoUto sets In. .
Nowoomoa tho mattat Blood PurlSarartrytt
taren by an Indulgent father to aufrerlog roan.
Hchenek'a Pulmonlo Syrup comet In to pirfara ,
lu functions and to hasten and oomptet Ua 1
euro. It enters at onco upon Its work. ' ruttito '
can not bo ckoated. It collccta and nptot tno
Imnalmn nml illBon.iMl mrilnn. nt Ik. hinn
In tho form of gatberlnis, It prepares them for '
.cjzpoctoratloo, and lot lo r rtry short U ma; tho .
malady It ranqulahed, tho rotten throno that it
occupied la renorated and mado nawand'tha
patlent.ln nil the dignity of regained rlgor,Blft
forth to enjoy tho nianhood or womanhuyd that .
GIVEN UP AS LOST.
The aecond thing la, tho patients must ttay In a
warm room mill thay satwallt It la almost im
possible to prorent taking cold when the Jungs
are diseased, but It tnmt beprorontedor aouro
can not bo effected, fresh air nnd tiding out,
especially In this section of tho country, In tho
fall and winter acaton. nre all wrong. Phytl.
clans who recommend thatcourao loso their pa
tlenu. If their lungs are badly diseased r nml yet;
becauto thoy aro In tho houso thoy roust not
tit down quiet i they roust walk about tlio room
na much and as fast aa tho strength will bear, to
gel up n good circulation of blood. Tho patients
luustkeen In good spirits bo determined to get
well. This has a great deal to do with tho apjic
tlte, and ts tho grunt point to gain.
To despulr of euro after tuch erldenco nf I la
possibility In the worst case, and moral cer
tainty in all others, la sinful. Dr. Scbcnck't per
sonal statement to tho Faculty of hla own euro
wns In these modest words:
"Many years ngn I wns In tlio last stages of
consumption; condnod to my bod, and at ono
tlmo mjr physicians thought that I could not lira
a week i then, Uko a drowning man catolilng ut
strnws, 1 heard or nnd obtained tho prapuratlona
which I now offer to the public, nnd they mado
a perfect euro of me. It seemed tn mo thai I
could fool them iicnctralo my whole system.
They soon ripened tho matter In my lungs, nnd
X would spit up more than n pint j offenalro
yellow matter crery morning for n long time.
' At toon as that began to aubsldo, my cough,
forcr, paint, and night aweata nil began to learo
inc. and ray appetite became ao great that It was
with difficulty thnt I could keep from etiilmrtoo
much. I aoon gained my etrcugtn, and uro
grown In flesh orer since.
I waa wolghed shortly after my recovery."
nddod the Doctor, then looking like a mora
skeleton! my weight was only ninety -Keren
pounds i myjirotent weight la twohundrcd and
iwenty.Uro iJii) pounds, and fur years 1 haro en-
tihWSvA,'MKm n, n.o.es.iona.
Tlslta to Now. York nnd lloston. lie or tils son,
Dr. J. II. Hehenck.'Jr., atlll continue to are-pa.
tlenu at their offlco. No. Ii North lith etreot,
Philadelphia, orcry Saturday from 9 a.m. toar.H.
Thoso who with a thorough examination with
tlin llcsplrornclor will bo ehargod tX The Ilea
plromctor dcclarea tho exact condition of tho
lungs, and patients can readily learn whether
'''fri"mroctlona0orVaking tlio medicines aro
adapted to Iho Intelligence ercn of u child. Fol
low ihcso directions, and kind Nature will do tho
rent, excepting that In somo cases tho Mandrako
Pills nro to bo taken In Increased dososi tho
three modlclncn need no other nccompanlmcnla
than tho ample Instructions that j accompany
llicmt First crcnto appctlto. Of returning,
health, hunger Is tho must welcomn symptom.
When It comes, at It will oomo, let too despair.:
Ing ut onco bo of good cbecr. (iood blood at onco
follows, tho cough loosens, tho night 'sweat Is
nbatod. In a short tlmo both ot these, morbid,
symptoms nro gorui forever.
Dr. Schcnek't medicines nro constantly kept In
tensof thousands of families. Atalaxatlyo or
purgutlro, the Mandrako Pills arn a standard pro."
paraUon i while tho Pulmonic Syrup, at a euro
of cought und colds, inuy bo regurdodoa a urn.
phylactcrlo ugalnst consumption In any of Its
Prlco of tho Pulmonic Syrup and 8oa.wcpd
Tonic, SliOn botUo, or 470 n half doson. Mun.
uruko Pills, 2.1 conta a box. Fur oalu by aU drug
UaU and dealers.
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ONLY 00,000 TICKKTN I. AI.I.,
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tpeciilly oxoculoil, in the Ilultetln book,' job,
nowapupor s Viailhig establlHliinent.
allltOMA'nu work printniK in many nnd
and Varied colors at one liiinrnsnlon. nil tho
cvlfbmtoil clinimatlo press done at tlio llullcllo
job printing ollico, 'i'hla Is tlio most remaikaUa
rreas over iiiveiucii.ua, it poriorma in qu "y
ho work. In colored printing, of ten ordinary
irnsrv'i'i iiiriikij rcuiioiOKiiiu uobi ix iiiakvuMfuv
cr of work ton very ow rate,
lite tlinae onlr. and nun tlirie. Iionllli nnd
money. I l.Ooo reward for any etireCf illseasc, in
nny stage which thoy tall lo euro.
Mil. KICIIAU'8 DOLDEN 11AI.8AM,
Nos. 1 nnd 2, are .ho greatest nllernlirea known.
DIl. HICIIAU'BOOI.DEN KI.IXIK D'AMOUIt
It the irrenleat tonlo nml astringent In the inel
cat list. , , . , , ,
I)It. niCllAr8 00LDEN;ASTlDOTB'
1 1, the only relitblo Uiurnlio.
These tiine.lles nre not mlvertlseil to cure nil
complain Is . and bentOt none i l,t mo ijnninntecd
to cocci a rnuicai anu rpceun cm e in nu castn ior
which lliey nro lecoininended, when nil older
treatment hat failed. Ten of thousands yearly
recover by their use, who havo lost all lion, and
been pronounced aaJininiaMobr Ihetwaf of our
medical faculty. ' , ' "
DR. niGUAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
No. 1. cures Ulcer. Ulcerated sora throat and
rnnutli. anrc eyes, eutaneoot eruptions., copper
color. il Molclivt, toreneta of tho aoaln, tarolulu,
etc. It la the greatest rrnevator. nllorallf and
blood purifier known, removes nil mercury from
the avslcui, and leaves tlio blood pnrt and
DR. lUUHAU'S (IOIiDKN 11ALHAM, -
No. 2, cures mercurial anectlons.rheumatiam In
al Its forma, nnd gives immediate rtlloflnmll
caaos. . ' '
DR. UIOIiAU'H 001.0 KN ANTIDOTK,
I radical cure for all urinary derangements,
Price, 11 per botlle. - a, -
DIl. IIICHAU'H GOLDEN Kt.tXIK D'AMOUIt,
A rullcal cure for nervous or icnernl deblllly, In
old or young, Imparting, energy wllh wonderful
Price S3 tier liolfie. or two for S3.
vju ri-t:riii ui jiriw. .iirsi. Funiculi' uu n,,,,..
ped to any place... 'rqmpt,altenlion pnld to all
1 1.1 . . II ...III I . I . .. i
correspondents, rsonauenulno wllliout tlm nntni
or nn. mciiAUu (JoiiDkn iKf.t)irn, d, n
Hicuijicsoio.proiiilc,tiir.'J.liiowii in. of
ri. ij. ii.
circulars seni. t rauu bujiiiicu bb n uuerai uis
Address, DrD. n.'nicKafit22S Varlck-at., N.V.
eTBcnil rnAiier 'b cx'Dresa' or order gooda
through yodp DruggM; hJ' yVAi will meet wllli
in mil, i ' 1 ... i J 'I r . iciiuiiwii
' l'" I ' J? !
1 1 ," J . 11 '
OF WAUKESHA, WISCONSIN.
. i I i ,
"Triia vr iter Is the Uinwleiigeil euro of'the In-
iroc.aiiu) ami locuianio uucaao knoHuna jiriim a
disease and diabetes. ' ' . .
llrlglit a .lisottiie la fatal to the klilueyi the body
wastca away, idantroy. bio, by eUnttlon of the
blood. . i
Dinnctea'botfimencea with 'fronucnt desliet to
pass water,- great tlrat,. oonaiiiIIOii, loss of
BirenKinnqcuiran,) . ;
Adtonulilog cures of dropsy haveboen eircctod,
brick-dasnleiitilt,iiiflahiatloa of the neck or tlio
Madder, alkal), ,nud J4auty.;nilllDiL For the
liver It lmHnrpaed! -fl wlll allavalt inllAiiia-
tion o I the kidney nnd urlnury orgtni In twenty-'
lour nuurs, giving iniuiemuie rt-ui'i uiio a scar,
let fovcr It prevents Iho kidney from congesting
and removes all trace of nlbumencrln. Itwll
givo relief in all ca-ej ol high fever.
EDWAKD IlUNUAIl, Kin,.,
Goners,! A cent at tho Hnrmzs. Waukesha. Wis.
Hcoiter, If you are nftlicted with any ol tho lore-
going uisenaes, wruu in tne unucrBignou. ins
advlco will cost rou nothing : ho can br chemical
analysis possess hlinsc f ol a clear knowltdto of
any inuivniiiaicn.c no innitrroi now longsiaini
J nt?. Ills wonderful iIi-coyitv Ik'thdalineral
Walor laa iiosllivo remedy for the foregoing
ailments. It has nevf-r failed to do what ho claims
lor It w hero ever used. Tnls water lini Iho samo
gooil (fleet nl tlio remotest part of the country,
that It hat at the Hnringi I It never losca n parti
cal of ila medicinal qualities by package or trans
portation. Directions how to use the water ami
circular will accompany cook package unified.
Address, ltlCIIAKI) DUMIAIl,
JM Pennsvlvanla-av.. Washington. II. C.
Or Edward P. llautar, Oencral Manager nt the
opringa, wauKcsna, wis.
Agents wsnted. everywhere. JelWim
LAND FOH THE LANDLESS
HOMES FOH THE HOMELESS
only $1.25 rr.u Acnr:
KOI! ACTUAL SKTTI.EUS.
TKkT. THE CABS Ot Till:
I.KAVKNWOIITII, I.AWItKNOK AND (IAI.VK.
TON It. II, LINK
From Lawrence and Kansas City and visit the eel
ehralod (tao country,
Tm: Gakde.v Spot of Kansas.
Having recently n.l.le.l nil
Ihu foulH of thu latest si) Irs
of card aJd circular typo
to our ntready -full nml
complete annulment, wo
take pleasure in announc
ing lu our readers that wo
do all kinds of Job woil,
Id tho most artlstlo style,
and guarantee satisfaction.
DOUULE-ACTING "NVINDOW LOCK
HANSEL'S PATENT THE OXLY IIEI.IAI1LK
WINDOW FAST OUT.
BEBLIznEIMEtt & CAHN,
nolo owatrtof thcTorrltonea of tho States Of
Aueata f6r other Blatosi
Gkmkiul OrnoK-9l "WABUiNaroK-er,",
GALEN'S HEAD DISPENSARY.
Kstabllsliod in 1850, ntd ohnrtorod In Ml, for tho
l HI I
HASES or a l'KIVATE NATUKK
. a euro giinrameod In ct erye.
dkwee'h female nsauLATons
"Alio, ft full iwsorimcnl of llandagca nml
Tritsaei. I, nnd a superior quality if Male blienths
SoxcS. H 0D8 ,S lr' hair ilcten, or I "ir
A MEDICAL PAMPHLET,
Containing an elnlnrale treatise on iheahovoillt.
SriS, f.w. remark, upon Iho
f.iii.'.'jTf1 nJ "infn f the anme-con
Ulnlng w largo pge and :) cntt ami engravingi
allowing tlm dlllerent atagcj,, etc.
... " wrapper on iccclpt or ceutn.
OALEN'8 HEAD Dl8I'ENSAltV,
Fo. 73 Weat Jelferaon-at,, LOUI6TILLE, Ky.
wnco et i, 3. D0E3IHQ,
A20 North niglilli St., Plilli.da,
A color ami dressing that will
not burn tho hair or injure tho
It docB not produco ti color
mechanically, ua tho poisonous
It gradually restores the ha;
to its original color and lustre,
by supplying now lifo and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of Boft, fino hair.
Tho best and safest orticlo
Clean and Furo. No sediment.
ASK FOB DOBBINS'.
NAT U HE'S OK HAT KE8T011ATIVK.
CELEBRATED BITTER CORDIAL
WHOLESALE DEPOT t
N. W. COKNEIl rlETH AND BACK STfl,
It la a rellaMo Family Medicine, and can U
aken by either Infant or ntult with the same Imi
del al results. It l acertaln, prompt and spv-nlr
emedy lor diarrhea,dysntery, hontls complied
dtspepsit, lownest of siilrit", ftlntlngs, sick
stomach, headache, etc. Forchillsand fever ol
all kinds, It Is far belter and s(er than quinino
cilhout any of lis pernicious eltects. It rtlecla
in apMtltu, proves n powerful dlgestor of food
and will lounleract the etlicts of liquor In a few
minutes. As indisputable evidence of Its medi
cal woportlos, wo append a few of the many our
thlcatct in our possession t
JolinkOn's Depot, East Tenn., and Va. It. U.
Jacoa BtntiTi, Esq. DenrHiri I noud tne
Hitlers I have obtained from you, and Cnd ll.ni
to I all they are recommended to bo. I found
ono botlln lo allord me considerable relief, I leel
aa though I cannot do very well wlthont thom.iti
tay present state of health.
D. MKNIGi:, 133SouthCth St., I'lilla.
Pastor 1 1 a ri e I . r.iyuiiK unurcn.
Hold by W. P. Allen, Si Main street Dubuque
I'Ol'.MIUY ANU MAC1IIMK NIIOP.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP
STEAM ENGINES, ROILERS,
Con-Elt AND SlIEKT I HON WoHK.
No. 248 East Pearl Street,
Hoard ami Tuition, per annum S22C w
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
ivu'oi inn n nv ii. k. ii, ramrt abiiu r,
Itojrd nn I Tiutien, per auuuin i;.0 UU
I'rtsldent-Tlio Very It. V. 1. llellmulli, D. D.,
Deau of Huron.
Kor parlioulnrs, npply to Major Evans, London,
PARKER & BLAKE,
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND l'UTTY
. i u"
WALL PAPER.WINDPW SHADES
95 OHIO LEVEE,
NEW TYPE FOUNDRY
ST. LOUIS BRANOII
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- Coll. OlIKBTNUT AND SECOND SlU,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
;iljolf, newspaper nnd Job typo of every style,
mado of tho colobrnted Hard and Tough Metal
peculiar Initio lloston Type Foundry, brans rule,
lends, metal furniture,' block nnd colored mka.
cases, iBtonda, couiposltlon mieks, presses, roller
composition, galleya,- ley brnahot.mllennima
chinos, paper and curd cutters, etu,, rle., kent
constantly unhand. Addreaa ordera
JAMKb A.HI'. JOHN, Mitnnger.
Bt. Louis Hrnnch of tlio lloston Tyi rotuidy.
Bt. Louis, Mo. JelSOdlm
INDINO nnd rulioe ilono In a tlnd-clasn man
I ner In the Bulletin bindery. 'I'l.lu .ln..,
meiit la complete, and now fully prepard for alt'
kiaOa of worlVlD the hmdinK line. ' v
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