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Evening £tatc journal
EDWARD DANIELS, Editor nnit Maniwer.
No. »12<A Mais Stkkut. Bichhoku, Yishisia
OQlils.l Paper Tor the Government.
FRIDAY KVENINIi, JULY 7, IS7I.
KntlHentlon of the Treaty of \\ iisl.ii.-:■...■.
OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE
The proclamation of the treaty of Wash
ington, dated the sth instant, commences as
lliitin Prt-si>l'nt ft/ thi I'ttitxt matt* of* Amr.ricie
Whereas a treaty between the United States of
America and her Majesty the Queen of the I 'niied
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, concern
ing the settlement of all causes of difference be
tween the two countries, was concluded and
signed at Washington by the high commissi..nets
and plenipotentiaries of the respective govern
ments on the Sth day of May last, which treaty
is word for word as follows :
[Here follows the treaty, and the procla
And whereas the said treaty has been duly
i iiilie.l on both parts, and tin- respective ratifica
tions of the same were exchanged in the city of
London on the 17th day of June, IS7I, by Bobert
O. Schenek, envoy extraordinary and 'minister
plenijiotentiary of the United States, and Earl
Oranville, her Majesty's principal secretary of
State for foreign affairs, on the part of their re
Now, therefore, he it known that I, Ulysses S.
Grant, President of the United States of Ameri
ca, have caused the said treaty to be made pub
lic, to the end that the same and every clause
and article thereof may be observed and'fiiO 1 ", '
with good faith by the United f -••» aim the
citizens thereof '■■• - 'V" 8 "'hereof 1 •>","
»,... .."to set my hand, and caused the sealoi the
United States to be affixed.
I)on« at the city of Washington, this fourth
day of July, In the year of our Lord one thou
sand eight hundred and seventy-one, and of the
independence of the United States the ninety
sixth. U. S. Gkant.
}iy the President :
Ititmiltnn Fish, Secretary of State,
A Child-Murderer Hung by v Mat)
Chicago, July C. —A special from AYat
seka, Iroquois county, Illinois, says a
crowd of citizens from that town and sur
rounding country, to the number of nearly
one thousand, including men, women and
children, proceeded to the jail in that place
last night and took therefrom Martin Mera,
who brutally murdered his son, aged ten
years, and proceeded with him to a conve
nient place, where, after giving him twenty
minutes to pray, a rope was placed around
his neck, thrown over the limb of a tree,
and hundreds of ready hands hauled him
up and held him until he was dead. The
leader of the party was Dr. Daniels, of
Gilman, and he and his abettors claim that
Mera could only have been convicted of
manslaughter, and for that reason liny
were justified in putting the arch liend be
yond the reach of mercy. Mera, before
his death, renounced .Masonry and re
Seventeen Hundred Years in the
Oven.—Due house in I'oinpeii had evi
dently heen in a state of repair when the
volcano-storm huried it. Painters; and
decorators and cleaners were masters of I he
situation. The household goods were all in
disorder, and the family, if not out of town,
must have heen undergoing that condition
of misery which spring cleanings and other
like infections inevitably entail. Painters'
pots and brushes and workmen's tools were
scattered about. Tell-tale spots of white
wash starred wall and lloor. Such domes
tic implements as pots and kettles had been
bundled up in a corner all by themselves,
and the cook was nowhere. I linner, how
ever, had not been forgotten. A solitary
pot stood simmering (if it ever did simmer)
on the stove. And (start not, for it is true)
there was a bronze dish in waiting before
the oven, and on the dish a sucking-pig, al
ready to lie baked. Put the oven was
already engaged with its full complement of
bread. So the sucking-pig had to wait.
And it never entered the oven, and the
loaves were never taken out till alter a so
journ of 1700 years! They had been cook
ing ever since November 23d, A. I)., 79.
M. Fiorelli has them now in his museum at
Pompeii, twenty-one of them, rather hard,
of course, and black, but perfectly pre
served. — Leisure Hour.
An Outlaw Shot Down.—On Wed
nesday, in Philadelphia, one of the Thir
teenth and Wood streets gang, known as
"Hoodie Walker," was shot in the fore
head by Officer McGary, of the Eighth dis
trict. The shooting occurred in front of
Sullivan's hotel, a i'avi doors above Wood
street in Thirteenth, and but a lew leel
from where Col. Sewer was killed. The
officer attempted to arrest Walker, when
he was set upon by the others of the gang,
and had two of his teeth knocked out, be
sides receiving other injuries. The crowd
had been on a spree tor some time past,
and to-day they took a ramble through the
neighborhood. It is said that Walker stole
several bottles of mead from a poor wo
man, who then complained ±0 Officer Mc-
Gary. The crowd took his club and
threatened to kill him, when, believing his
life in danger, ho fired, the ball taking effect
as stated. Walker was carried to St.
Joseph's Hospital. It is thought he will
not live many hours. Officer McGary im
mediately surrendered himself to the
mayor. None of Walker's associates were
Deaths ok Virginians.—Dr. John
It. Dunbar died in Baltimore on Monday
last, at the Union Protestant Iniirmary,
and was in the 80th year of his age. Ik
graduated in Philadelphia, and had been
practicing medicine upwards of forty years,
about thirty-five of which time was in l!al
timore. lie was well known as an able
practitioner and a skillful surgeon, and was
at one time professor of surgery in the old
Washington University, lie WM formerly
a prominent temperance lecturer, lie was
well known also in Virginia, his native
State, lie was preceptor of a larger num
ber of the graduates of medicine in Balti
more, having as high as twenty-five students
at one time in his office during the sessions
of the medical college there. Many of his
students have risen to eminence in the pro
A letter from Florida announces tho
death, sometime previous to the 18th of
June, at Key West, Flu., of Capt. Allen
Thorn, formerly of Fredericksburg, Va.
In Richmond, at the lime of the evacuation,
April, 1805, Captain Thorn was in charge
of the Confederate passport office.
COLORED TItOOI-K i.\ New YottK.—
The Excelsior Guards (colored) took part in
the Fourth of July celebration in New
York. It being the first tune colored troops
thus appeared, the poverty of the spectacle
drew a great crowd. (k*». Wm. M. Tweed,
Jr., son of the great Tammany politician,
reviewed them, though they have not been
accepted as part of the Slate militia.
The entire cost of the improvement of
the.Sault Ste. Marie canal, in Michigan,
will amount to about two million dollars.
Twenty thousand cubic yards of rock have
been already excavated, and four thousand
three hundred cubic yards of earth. In-
Htead of stone, its originally contemplated,
the canal will be lined with timber, which,
although less durable will lessen tl>e e.\
l«nse in a very matenal degree, and also
make it possible to tinisli the work s< er.
An additional sot of locks is t „ be built, tor
the construction of which Congress made a
further appropriation of (300,U0U. Work
ii going on on an extensive scale, and ffca
canal is speedily ipproaobteg its Una] com
POLITH AL SOTF*.
(.'eneral Noyes is a supporter of the ail
ministration. The Cincinnati Gazette says
that if the President had any preference for
Governor of Ohio he did not indicate it, and
it feels pretty sure he took no part in the
mntwt, directly or indirectly.
The lion. B. F. Tinner, colored member
of Congress from Alabama, has appointed
John (ice, a colored boy employed in the
office of the Seta— (Ala.) Times, a cadet to
West Pomt —both Congressman and his
appointee having been before the war slaves
of Dr. Ccc, of Seta—a
Six of the judges of the Circuit court of
Kentucky have decided that under the four
teenth amendment to the constitution negro
testimony must be admitted in the State
courts. But Judge Pryor, of one of the
circuits, dissents from this opinion, and de
clines to admit such testimony in his court.
The question of woman suffrage is among
the first to be considered by the Nebraska
constitutional convention. General Silas
Strickland, the president of the convention,
introduced the subject, and advocates the
right of suffrage irrespective of sex. The
next day the committee reported a resolu
tion favoring the plan.
The Mobile Register says that were it
once conceded that the World spoke au
thoritatively the sent inicnt of the Democ
racy of the North and the West, when it
spoke of Mr. Jeff. Davis as "a politician
who et,mj,u v criminally, to use the milder
phrase, blundered," Aki. —o.dii i,o
Democratic party between the Potomac
and the Kio Grande.
There are a great many Northern Demo
crats who insist that Jeff, Davis, Toombs,
Thompson, Forrest, Stephens, and all the
rest of the lending ex-rehels, do not "rep
resent" anybody—that they speak only for
themselves, etc. If this is true, who do
represent the .Southern Democrats ? And
what one leading representative Southern
Democrat has expressed his or their appro
val of the "new departure ?"
r The Maine Democrats me united on V. 1\
Kimball, of Portland, as their candidate
for Governor, but in the matter of a plat
form there are evidences of a division of
sentiment. While the young Democrats,
represented by the Portland Aransimtl the
Machias Union, take kindly to the new de
parture, the old guard element, represented
by the Dangor Democrat, the liiddlefonl
Democrat and the Belfast Journal- adhere
to the old landmarks, and pertinaciously
refuse to "depart."
U. S. Ewnrras OfTICK, H.u.timoki:, Mn.,l
Fay km: St., sf.au CU—d.KS, I
Thud Story, Usi..\- Hank Hi'ii.ihxu, f
J one .'tutu, IS7I. I
I)KOPOSALS lire li.vil.il for nilililiounl
dredging in the channels below- Fort Carroll,
leading to this city, :is follows :
In the chai 1 known as the Brew >ion Ohntm /,
100,0116 cubic yard*.
In the chtiiioel known as Ihe OeaighiU Chan
mi, i;n,(ton cubic yards.
Bids 10 1..- separate lot- each channel. Rids for
half the above amounts, orfoTquantities not less
than iii.ikki yards, will be considered. The work
need not be entirely completed in 1871, but may
run over into 15.72.
The tide rises about one fool and one half.
Length of haul of material averages about two
miles. Proposals will state kind of machinery to
lie used; average quantity of cubic yards lo be
removed daily; price per cable yard, including
excavation, removal ana deposit. Material to be
measured in dumping scows.
Proposals to l.c sealed nnd in ilitpliattr, en
dnrsi'ti ...i ..K.vi.1.., accompanied by a copy of this
advertisement, will he received until noon of Slat
day of July, WTI. and will he opened in live min
utes thereafter, iii presence of such bidders as
may wish to be present.
The right to reject any hid is reserved.
Forms of propoaa— and any desired informa
tion hi be hail en application at this ollioe.
WM. P. CUAIGHILL,
je SB—lit Major Engineers, U. S. A.
SPKUIAL NOTHE...TO ALL PERSONS
WISHING FIRE INSURANCE: The RICH
MOND HANKING AND INSURANCE COM
PANY oiler inducements unsurpassed by any
sale company, to insure against loss by ilre of
all kinds of property.
They ask of their Mends and the public to
give (hem a call before insuring elsewhere.
Consult your own interest and insure with a*.
T. P.. STARKE, General Agent.
J. R. Davis, President.
Jens F. C. Peris, Secretary. jy fl—d&w3m
1110 Main Strkkt,
k LL ALIY-.
SAVED BY CHEAP GROCERIES.
4 lbs: O. Gt. JAVA COFFEE for 41;
fl fts. LAGUAYRA COFFEE for 41;
li B.s. RIO COFFEE lor $1 ;
1 lb. good BLACK TEA, 41;
1 J., good GREEN TEA, 41.
The smallest store—the largest stock—the
VIRGINIA TEA AND COFFEE CO.,
je lfl—3m cornet- Main and Ninth streets.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK.
lis Sales indicate it; Durability and Popularity
its Work coullrms it.
1-21,833 S( .LI 1 LAST YEAR.
NO OTHER MACHINE SOLD SO MANY.
We neither force nor crowd wiles. The Machine
inn.-1. stand upon its own merits. Call and ex
Sewing Machines REPAIRED.
SHAFFER & STRONG
mh 10—d&wts 913 Main street.
'|IHK OLD DOMINION BUSINESS COL
THE FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION
of this Institution will commence OCTOBER tt,
wilh greatly improved facilities, and advantages
of the highest order. Insuring Its students a tho
rough practical course of the highest value.
For particulars address
jeß—niwlni G. MORRIS NICOL, President.
Hoard and Toil ion per annum *22t>.
HELMUT!! LADIES LOLLEGE,
luauguraled by H. 1!. 11. Prince Anthur. Board
and Tuition per annum, Ittfle.
Palislim.XT—The Very Key, I Heliiiulh, 11. ]).,
Dean of Huron.
MS*For parlieiilars, apply lo Major Evans,
Loudon, Canada West, se lii—d&wly
I) YEWO XX S I N AMEIt IC A
are ihe STATEN ISI.ANH WORKS, New York
The Southern * mice and Agency is at
WUUUUS CLEANING ESTABLISHMENT,
NO. 130 Main street, bet. Severnh aud Eighth,
je Id—dSiwthn Hichmond, Va.
SEAL ESTATE AGENCY. AUCTIONEERIHQ, to
E. B. NEWBURN,
No. 1014 Main Stkkkt,
(FORMERLY OCCI'l'IEl) HY THF. BANKING-HOUSE OF WILLIAM M Sl'TTON & CO.,)
PAYS Sl'KCIAL ATTENTION TO
AUCTION SALES FOR ASSIGNEES, COMMISSIONERS, AC.
WMONEY LOANEB ON CITY REAL KSTATE JM
LEIGH STREET. _
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•firLOTS IN HOLLABAYS Al>I>ITION TO THE CITY OF RICHMOND,
O.V THK OoNTI STATION OF LKIOH AND Ol.AY StrKBTR.
THE NEIGHBORHOOD IS RAPIDLY IMPROYINO.
»VB - FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS. Apply to
je lft-lm E. B. NEWBURN, 1014 Muin Street.
BY AUTHORITY OF A SPECIAL ACT OF
the Legislature of Kentucky, of March 13,
1871, the Trustees of Ihe Public Library of Ken
lucky will give a
(I R A N D GIFT CONCERT
AT LOUISVILLE, KY ,
On TUESDAY, October 31, 1871,
Under the direction of the best musical talent
that can lie procured.
Tickets of Admission, each, currency; halt
tickets, *.">; i|uarter tickets, *■_> Dp,
Each liekel will have attached to It four cou
pons of the denomination of #2 nil each. The
holder of an entire ticket will be entitled to ad
mission to the Concert aod to the whole amount
of the gin. awarded lo it by lot. The holder of
each coupon will be enlitled to admission to the
Concert and to one-fourth of the amount of such
gift as may be awarded to the whole ticket to
which it belongs.
To provide funds for this Grand Concert, and
for the lienelit of the Public Library of Kentucky,
lixi.ixxi tickets will be sold at *11l each, currency.
Till-: CITIZENS' RANK OF KENTUCKY IS
All money- arising from the sale of ticket* Will
bo deposited with the Citizens' Hank, subject only
lo the order of the President and Treasurer of tho
Library, countersigned by th* Business Mana
Immediately after the t tonoert, the sum of
x-.a 11,00(1 UN
will ne distributed by lot to the holders of tickets
in the following GIFTS, viz:
One i! rami oill of .'sloo,ooo
One l.iau.l liili ol' SO,OOO
On* Gift of Rj.otHi
One Gift of l/iJKHI
I hie (i ill of 14,1X111
One dill Of. 13,1X10
One (lill of. 12,1X10
Ten Gifts of *1 .(XXI each Jlojxxi
Fifteen Gills of Jidxi each 13..11X1
Eight ecu Gifts of asixieiu'li 14,400
Twenty Gifts of *7ix> each 14,000
Twin ty-llve Gifts of *(MXI each 15,0g
Thirly Gifts of Hciixl each l£M
Forty Gifts of *4(XI each 16,000
Fort v-tiv c Gifts of tauO each 13,1—1
One Gift of. *11,(XX>
One Gift 0f... . lll.lxxi
One Gift of u.ixxi
One Gift of. s.ixxi
One Gift of 7,800
One Gift of li.tXXI
One Gift of 4.1XX1
One Gift of. 3,001)
One Gift of 8,080
721 Prizes in all taMAM
Afler paying all the expenses of the enterprise
and making the distribution of the Gifts, the bal
ance of the present* arising from the sale of
tickets will be appropriated to the establishment
FREE LIBRARY IN LOUISVILLE, TO HE
PUHLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
The Concert and Distribution will take place un
der the immediate supervision of the Trustees
named in the act of iticoporatiou, who are as fol
Thos. E. Hramlette, late Governor of Kentucky.
Henry Waterson, Editor Courier-Journal.
W. N Haldeman, President Courier-Journal Co.
Benjamin Oassedy, of Daily Commercial.
Geo. P. Doern, Proprietor Anzeiger.
II M. McCarty, of the Dnily Ledge.
J. S. Cain, Clerk Jefferson Court Common Picas.
M. W Clusky, Author Political Text Book.
R. T. Durrett, of tho Louisvillo Bar.
The trustees will be assisted by the following
well-known and eminent citizens of Kentucky,
who have consented to be present at the concert,
and 10superintend the drawingand distribution
Hon. JoshnaF. Bullitt, late Chief Justice Ken
Hon. II S. Sites, Judge Jeff. Court Coin Pleas.
Hon. T. B. Cochrane, chancellor Lou. Chan.
Hon. 11. \V. Bruce, Judge.Jeff Circuit Court.
Hon. W. B. Hoke, Judge Jeff. County Court.
Hon. .1, G. Baxter, Mayor of Louisville,
lion. T. L. Burnett, City Attorney.
Henry Wolford, City Treasm-er Louisville.
Hon. 11. J. Webb, Senator of Kentucky.
Col. tl. C. Wharton, U. s. District Attorney.
Col. Phil. Lee, Pros. Ally Ninth Judicial Dis
Gen. J. T. Boyle, President N., 11. k E. R.
In T. S. Bell, Prof. Med. University, Louisville.
Col. Jilson P. Johnson, proprietor Gait House.
lion .1. Proctor Knott, late Member Congress.
A. O. Bi-uuuin, President Louisville Board ol'
James Bridgeford, President Second National
Andrew Graham, Tobacco and Cotton Merchant.
OFFICERS OF THE PI'BLIC LIBRARY OF
li. T. DI'RRETT, President.
W. N. HALDEMAN. Vice President.
M. W. CLIiSKY, Secretary.
CITIZENS' BANK, Treasurer.
The holders of tickets to which gilts are award
ed will be paid on presentation at the office in
A liberal discount will be allowed when I(K>,
60Q, or I,(MW tickets are purchased In a lot. All
orders accompanied by remittances will l>e
promptly attended to, and 1 lie tickets returned by
mail, registered or expressed, as ordered. The
undersigned, late principal business manager of
the very successful Mercantile Library Off! Con
cert al San Francisco, California, luis been ap
pointed agent and manager of the Gift Concert
in aid of the Public Library of Kentucky.
The drawing will take place in public, and
everything will be done to satisfy buyers of
tickets that iheir interests will be as well pro
tected as if they personally superintended the
MANNER OF DRAWING.
There will be two glass wheels. One wheel
will contain liKi.lKHi numbers, plainly printed on
leather taw. The oilier wheel will contain Till
1.0xe.-, caen containing a gift. One tan or num
ber will be drawn from the KMI.iNMi wheel, and the
llrsi box drawn from Ihe second or 721 box wheel
will contain a gift, neatly printed and sealed up,
aud ihe gift so drawn from ihe second wheal will
be the niii of the tag lirsi drawn, whether flui,
tIjOOO, or *lIM.I,IHKI.
Gift! will be paid on presentation ol tickets
drawing such gifts Ihe second day after drawing.
Tickets or couJKms drawing gifts can be collected
Ihioogh any business or banking house in Louis
v ill' l or by any Express. Company.
All ticket* are like greenbacks. No record be
log kept of purchasers' names, tickets are good
only to lite bolder.
Persons desirous of acting as agents for the sale
ol tickets in any city in ihe United Slates or Can
(HAS. is p i ii: its.
Manager, Louisville, Ky,
OFFICE, WO Main sireel, Johnson's Block.
N. B.—Buyers will Bote thru there are only one
hundred thousand lickels instead of two hundred
taooaand, as in the San Francisco Gift Concert,
and luut there is i'.u i««i more distributed.
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COMMON SKSSK IN THK HOITBMI I»I.D.
A MANUAL OF PRACTICAL HOUSEWIFERY
BY M Alt ION' HAULANO
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THE RLOC XA D E .
AN EPISODE OF THE FALL OF TUB FIRST PBENCH
From Tin: French op MM. Erckmanx-Chatrian,
WITH FOUR ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING
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The scene of this novel, one of tbe most power
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Phalsburg, one of the French strongholds, which
recent momentous events have again made prom
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is life-like, spirited, and graphic in its description,
thrilling in incident, and perfectly pure iv tone.
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WATERLfIO. A Sequel to the Conscript of MIS.
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