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SUM BAT, M AY l, 1874. - ,
Go to Wiieox'i fer.ttawborrlo.
at I. Artor &
Fe Klir-A lino house, Inquire of
XrucorAL OuuacH. Thoro will I
lay twice at tho Bplicopal church thil
8vxT-Tivadey boarder wanted at
the Bt. Cfcerlee Hotel, at Todited rate,
far the MMf months, '15 -1-3 1 at!
Will LiAV.---fl6venior lleverldgo
wU probably leave for Springfield by thl
afternoon's traia on lb Illinois fJentrei
A u. the day boarder la the city ean
to MflBiBteto4 t the. Bt, Charles
kotel, with Brt-olee board at second clais
'Tlio Two Ws.
Irt. Theswas Sproet 9jn, leo deal
dial ere, are about to. increase tbir acfli
Met rVr Mrrt4 IcaVy putting on the
t ed another wagon.
CHAXQior Ti. Attention li called
to the cbeage'Mn the!" running tfrao of
Itetai on the Hliaoit (Jssatral railroad,
wklefc goea Into Kjo-4J.
Ko HaaTicaa. Having fW to get
Ma carpet down and the chureb ht rea'dl
ee, 'bo service will be bell, in tho
Jfathodltt etorck' to-day.
GoKfc ni Jofcn..lV Gacablo. left by
able -oiai'asv train ' for (Mate, Ken
tucky, tk atieftel ibe fJunday School con
raHwiuw ta.iat4loa at that place,
llAnnr Chubch. Rev. Mr. Taylo,
will ooaduat eervteett thl morning
AtiA wmrWn'fe'tka. Bapllii Xiuioa
mom, aaWoT joatb meet and Wah!ng
fiKTMTT-rivx day. boardert wanted at
tbeSt. Uhariet'KoUl at reduced rate for
the eummer month. 34-5-31-lt
Tax Bkit. Vim. Ludwlg, harness
Beaker, earner ot!K!gnt itroct and Com
aeroial eveauo, hat the beet supply of
harne, auttiae, brtdW, 'ria, in Soalhorn
IUlnoU-aad 1U them ai cheap a the
SkvxxttTITx day boardort wanted at
tho St. Charles Uotel, at reduced rates for
the summer month. 25 G-31-lt
DISCUSSION OF THE TKMI'KKANCK
ivn wniiiv iti'ixriiivs;.
1 1 ' "
tAI tlin t-onr.hulon of Mr. OlicrlyN 1()0
turc, l'rof. AHonl moved tlit tho lei;t;irvr
LercMiirKtedtO pormlt It to be imblWiPtl.
Tho motion wan adoiited uuanliuuuly.
Krpori o JYoettatufft.i
"Train up a c1iild!iii the tcuy he
should go, and when he i old he trill
not drimrt from t.v I rovcil).1
1,AIIE8 AND OKXTLKMKS -TIlO I:t0 bril
llant but brief moTCiucnt anions tho women
ofsoino prtof our country In opoltlou
to tho truffle in intoxtcatln;? llquorx, l:i
created considerable ditcuulon eoncernini;
lu wlidom and the evIU rvtutilnx society
from the ue ly niun ot aleobollc urinkti.
Tills iIIm-um'oh ln ni,"i;i'tel to me Ibe
lect of in" remarks to-nlclil s 'I'lia Two
.Tlio barkulcil Mory of tho woe tha'ltlow
jvith tbo lliiuor from tho bowl I shall not o
peat. To you nil It l known U a fnmill.ir
aa'thd llnirlWi alphabet In It arc m. my
clitptent of dMrew, lurrowln? In detail ; all
ol It is saturated with liiimin ml-ery.
Were we to turn over lofe'olhcr iti lcne
io-nli-bt.on many of Its pages wo would ee
pl:lurt)s of ruined homes, ehcerlesi in
them wlTes brokendiAarled, and r.'ublren
boldlng to tho band ol lorerty,kaowinx not
bapplno but tineoniclotw of, the depth of
tholr misery; pictured or other ruined
bomes, dlitretied; In them, all tho luxury
wealth cin buy, the rustling of hlllc lu tha
hktlrt and parlors inaVtngjnuttc not implead
ant to hitman cars, and the Trolee of society
rippling In .conversation, but In which
umnkeness has olitaluotl nu ablilinK placo,
dming from its poitalr hapiilnow ami con
tentment, without which even palaces, with
all their splendor, arc cheOrles u'ml gloomy
places. Ave might also sec pictures ofhhat'
tcrcd bopts, lying bcspcd'.wlth good Inten
tlons, not flung a.ldo, but dropped tin
willingly from bands made nerve lets by tho
subtle powerot tho demon of the cup ; of
Strlle driving Veace away from imlet places
6f Ylco decked In Hue linen, and C.imr
eletbed In gorgcouc raiment ; of the vo
taries of Bacchus crowding nrouud the car
of their god, and l.mclvloiisiic-!, from
among tho ba(Thanal,lltnglug her Javelin at
tho clear iront of chastity ofgrcat minds
"Th coaitltr'i, uholat't.rolillciS y,tonsur, iorJ
tloguMietlgrcatnsss has alio mlnlJrcd t
nu nrir intuit, wine kuu' m, I
" Th'e:Sa'terattho weUdlnjtifcasijhi Cana;
bl mother avs! "Thev woubl bavovvluo."
Then tho drat mlrnele: "Change!" and water
becomes wind. At the lat nuppcr Ho takes
tlio Wlna cup and sayst "I will drink no
moro ol the fruit of the Vina until lurniKJi
new in the kingdom or (lod!" Jlo drinks,
and sss to ills disciples: "Drink of It, nil of
And Sacrntec, theautlcipator of Christian
ity, what ollilm?- Hard-headed oldUreclan,
a groat drinker was lie; toot ins numperx,
maybe, to drown tho voice of tongue-nUng
Xantippc! Ono night at the house nmicunn
was Indeed : glorious night, mhVH- V'ry,
learnt Irom I'lstoV Sympo-ium, Is wo!l told
by an able apologist ot the drinkers.
s.'atho. a friend of Socraloi, at mo uiviNinc
games at t oiinth, bad won tho prize ol tin-L-cdv.
Alliens was proud ol tho triumph,
and'the most distinguished of tho city bad
been fetolng III J victor. 'I hey hail heen
Irimk for six nights. Meeting at Hie house
of riicdrus, they said: "Let us be sober to-
night, and wo will start a jiiciue." inc
tliemu was love; and, as Socrates was iro
nounclng bis Judgment about the true and
drunk himself, siirroundod by n drunken
body of Athenian boys, with garlands on
their beads. "This will not do," cried M
clblaile, we have bom drunk nud you have
not." They agreed to drink, and required
Socrates t drink two measures to ocry
oincr man's one, because lie could tand It
1ihIo, itruuk-, mhey were laid down on
the lounges, alter the Athenian Myle, all
evcept an old phjlclanirinicd ArlModcinus.
plsstcr. Look at ltd 'In the right hand held
over the htad.ls a bunch o( grapes, nrom
wlilch tbejulcu fs being expressed Into a
wino cup held lu tho ten liautl. That figure
praises wine praties it to tboso who should
bo t.tugltt to halo H.
1IE1IE pit AUU'MNl
Oucsers tell mo the llgure represents
Hrbo, the-cup-bnurcr ot all tho gods-lhelr
wluo-pOtirer; others ted mo tlio llgure
Is that ot Autumn. U It Is, what
lesson does It leach ? AVhatlt should not
what It should not! The tprln;, Willi the
glory of Its sunshine, touches tho earth : tho
trees lili-om, the flowers bloont, tho I'lnln
stalk lilts up Its tender head, out of tho
ground lind grows npaev. I'he summer
comes: In tha or;charJs walks anil Hatters
tho apple and itie peach uiilil their checks
becoiuo as reil ns the cIipqI.s ot bluslilug
girls ; lu tho lie!. Is lays Ids liami upon the
wheat and makes It golden; in the valleys
and on the hills, by the streaim and in dense
forcsU, smile', beautilul tin maturing
majesty. The autumn comes : the fruits are
stored, tho ripened grain Is garnered, the
li.uvoft liuiiio Is sung, thu huidiatidmtu rests
from his toll. That tiguruiloiMnol celebrate
the completed jear-tho garucrod crops-
theresltlme of labor. It exalts nuluiiiuns
the season when the grapoilic".cd jlulds ill
Julco lu the wlno press. It glorllies wine.
11 letches the boys and girls who look upon
It tint autumn Is worthy of prriUe because
It Is Urn season In which man procures wine
Ail temperance movements will fail while
lessons Ilka this are taught to our youth.
.More; no temperanco movement will bo sue
eesul until the boys are tai'ght to beliuvo
may sue any other person In her own name; I the discussion stops: nature, although, ill
sho may defend in tho court! Independent I may bo a gcnhlt-cbdowod crealtlfc, liii not
of her husband. If tbo hllsband Is sticd, I lirena'ed her. nocordlnir to Iho n'oDuiaV bo-
she may defend for him j and If she Is sued I lief, to nppreclatc such piofound couversa-
ho may ilcfonu for hor. Bhc has an equal Hon t and so the door of tha world remains
sharo with her husband In tlio education rinsed to lipr. Ynu apn.-tiKPi. ! Ilm nlit tirel-
and support of the children; and, if she lias
property, the cxpenio of educating and sup-
porting tho children may bo recovered from
her as from lilm. If the family has a home
stead the husbaiid cannot sell It from ovor
the bonds of the wife and children until ho
lus praiU Yd another homo for them. In
ovcrytblng she has been made tho cipial of
the husband before tho law, except that she
Is prohibited fiom entering Into partncrMili
Willi any person but her husband, without
his consent, unless he has desorted her, Is
an Idiot, s Insane, or Is In Iho -penitentiary.
I he opponents of this bill dcchred,a the
opponent of tho prohibition of the, Intlli-
tlon by tio hitsbuid of reatonablo punish
ment upon the wifn declared uf old, that It
would break up tho lamlly relation raise
the demon of discoid In every homo. Hut
tho advoestesofthe bill were not frightened;
wo took the lesponslbllity; we p'Ueed tho
bill; we placed Illinois ahetd of tho bat
unco ol ttto world. Is not the dav of wo
man's dlsonlliralincnt growing Into Its lull
splendor)1 Is not truth exerting n wonder.
ful moral control through public opinion?
Tho ballot lu tbo lianilsof woman ? Yes, If
there Is auv virtue In the ".-lu'iis ol the
You noed not tell mo that on every sldo
wo hear the outcry of men asserting that
they will not consent that woman shall par
tlclpato In tho government of tho country
Udlce. Tho moss of p lit wrongs tlll clings
Girls In the house, nod thon la-lilon mag
azines and light papers and bad uoud
iladamo Demorcst's i:s JluthoJ of (let
ting Hid of the Money of tho family -tlio
llair, tho New York Lodger, Mrs. Houlh
worth's stories, l'er version of mind coin-,
men.'cd lu lenilor yoirs, you see.
Are you therefore surprised tint our girls
too many of them -grow Into woman
hood ornamonlnl but uolc?
MUST UK IlKt'orUtKD.
All this Is bolng reformed, and ought to lie
radically. The to l must bu Ruightto regard
morals as tho daughter Is taught to
regard lliciu, and tlio daughter must bu told
as the sou Is told, that there aro governments
n thu world, aud their administration con
tributes to cither the prosperity or misery
ol men itn.l women; llriy must be nllnvVcd us
spirit of gntlo3ianllaM of noble heart
ed manhood that induced these
colored msn and women former
slavoi, td rivet whose tnaoaoifli tho Con
foderato soldiers dl d to&k out" tho
gravoi of tbo robot soldier, aal throw
upon thm, In token of fofgetfulaesi
foreltnesi of grlovpul wroogs-J-bonuets
ofiloweri. Tbo act was In the iplrllof
tbo prayor ot Christ : "Father, forglvo
thorn; tbey know nor what tboy do l"u
marahalod by mV. l'hlt. Howard, of this
city, boadod by tho Mound Clty. brass
band: and oseottlng (Jovorriir ilavsrldge,
arrived at the eolnotory about 12 o'clock.
At two o clock the people began to
gather about the stand; and tho meeting
was organized with the following bffioor;
l'rosllent. Judgn A? At. Urown, of
VulMkl. "' -
Vice l'rosldenti Captain David Ulnor,
of Pulaski; Uol. Jno. Woodl of Alotan-
FxaaoXAL. Mr. John Gookle, lato pro-
fsrletor of the Planters House is in the
ellr. lie Know a resident of St. Louis,
aad la well pleaaed with bti now homo
XoTertsWleea'hs) likes Cairo bettor, and
wiU.Tlait os oltea In tbo future.
Mr. Geo. . Hawkins, or tha Frank,
lia filiating, house, Memphis, correspond
lag secretary of tho international Typo
graphical Union, is in the city Tliltlng
his parents, Mr., and Mrs. J. S. llaw-kiiii.
HiTaxTr-riVB day boarders wantod at
tbo Bt. Charles Hotel at reduced rttos for
tho tummor months 25-S-31-.lt
Hkyintt-titi .day boardort wanted at
tho St. Charles Hotel at roducod ratoa for
tho summer months. 25-5-31-lt
Tor Salt. A lot of new household
aad kitchen furniture, bods, boJJing,
stoves, pictures, otc. If taken soon will
be sold at a bargain. For furthor infor.
nation Inqulro at Tub Bullvtix office.
BsviNTY-riVE day boarders wantod at
the St. Charles Hotel at reduced rate for
the autnmor months 2 5-6 -31 -V.
.Sovbk ,to ,Rt. A nlcn cottngo
eefiUinlng six rooms, without homes and
good cistern, on Twelfth tlreot, botwoon
Commercial and Washington avenues.
- ,J, .B. Phillib.
ilie ctrttctancy and fuse of lUe fair lau.
I'he atais of fihfon and tlic mould of form,
'lilt obtervtd of all obscrvtrs, quite, qute tla a I
KoLla and inot lovcreln realon
Like iwit MU Jangled out of tune alul Uarth ,"
ot Murder, frowning ; of graves covered
with flowers pringing from hearts
prematurely lu which liupul-us as
beautiful as tho Mowers, and virtues as
fragrant bad an abldln; place, until they
wero driven out by the resistless power of
appetite. Iark pictures, and many oflhcui
Hut lu tho volume In which tho drunk
ard's story Is told, aro passages pleasant to
read, let thu temperance dotard say what be
may. Certain impolitic laborers in the vine
yard ot total abstinence men Ignoraat of
human nature aud with a ploutllul lack of
blood, lVj-Hko; owners or tongues that nro
wholesale nud retail dealers In word! de
uuuclstory; men who have walked Irom
youth up without bin; saints Irom their
birth: In youth too stupid to bo wicked aud
In manhood the AmlnldabSlccks of tlio put
pit while boasting with turucd-tip eye
through thin Hps that they have nevor
tstcd llipior, and declaring that ho who
bss Is n villiau that should bo east without
remooe into the lake of orthodoxy, thu
waves of which aro i-ulphurous llauies, on
which aro tossed the moaning uudlhu groan
ing souls of the untortunato damned tell us
uiai lo c-Bciiew inpior rviiiieii iiu court, uiftfc
all tlinchos.il of the Lord resist thetempta.
Hon or tho cup and only tho sons ol Heilal
cling to It through porvercncss of heart.
the rr.KAsuitEs or wi.s-e.
Untrue, utterly niitruo, all theso ui-ser-
tlousortbo Sleeks, In the train of
"llarchut. ihat ftutfram out die purple crape
Ciulied the SMtrt I'uison of iiiUuu'd tiuc '
are good men, jioblo In luipulto, of aspiring
ambition. Wooed sud won by the tempter,
many ol them to themsehes, their families
and Hie world are lot.
AVIuu I There l witchery in thee, and
not without roasnn do thy votaries maintain
tUst tho social virtues aro developeil by Iheo ;
thatwlt bla.us brightest wliou
o'er the brim the ijutlliiig Lumpers run;"
that you mtko nights Attic nud "enlarge tbo
Plato m Ues til in the hardest head of the
company, excjpl Soorates. Ho and Socra
tes drank tl I the gray ol tho morning, nud
then SncrabM took bis bath and went down
to the groves to talk Acedcmlc knowledge.
UllKAT, INDHED, IS llAC-CUUtd
Many of tho most talented and bo t Of
tnmklu 1 have been his worshipper ever
iueo the tliiw lie pi luted tho lirst vino aud
discovered tho muilo of extracting t'ho pre
cious Ju'ee of the grspe. Tho fair humanities
of old religion live no longer In the' faith of
rcaon, but does tho belief that the power
of Itacchus Is vet potent to do violence to tho
truth as potent as tho god when ho tho Tu
cs.ii mariners trar.slorined? t It not true that,
even to this day, the vcsntl of good inten
tion Is stopped, by bis power? 1 s not tho moun-
tiln Cltluron stilt alive with worshippers
ot the god oflhe ivy-crowned head
As the forehead of .Vpallo
An J poiset.in o.ah eternal)"
tub r.WNH or tiik cui'.
Ho julncy, In bis "Confdslons of an
Opium Later," has pictured the pleasures
andpaitisof opium. .Moderate liidulKencu
in Intoxicating lbpiors U not un
pleasant, but excessive Intlubieuco Is pain
ful. Tho pains cannot be de-crlbcd by the
tl-c of the lines employed to tle-crlbc the
pains of opium :
" when -some great painter dips
1 lis peneil In the gloom vf earthquake and eclip "
Nerves torn ; dreams peopled with hor
rible phantoms, and waking hours swarming
with frlghtlul illuIon: Describing the
psius ot Ibpior, (iough saj s :
-l'ortluys I endured mote agony than
pen eotua ucscriuu, even were u giiittcu
bv tbo baud of a Dante. Who can tell the
horrors of that horrible milady aggravated
by the almo-t cter-abldlug consciousness
tout It I self ought. Hideous faces ap
peared on the ceiling ami on the l!oor; foul
things crept along ttiu bed-clothes, and glar
ing eyes pecreu lino mine, i as hi one
time surrounded bv millions of monstrous
it. liters, wlio rraulcd -lowly. sluWIV. on
every limb; whiht beaded drops of t,resp.
ration would statt to my brows, and my
limbs would iilcr until thu bel rattled
again. Strange lights would dance before
my eve-, una tiieu suaiicniy mo tr
blackness of darkness would appal me by It
dense gloom. All ut oiiee. while gaing ut a
frightful creature ofmy Uistempeied nilnJ,
I seemed 'truck by tuddcu blindness, I
knew a randl was burning In my room,
but I could not t-ce it ; all was so pitch dark.
I lot thu sense of teebng, too, for I en
deavored to grasp my anu In my band, but
consciousness was gone. I putmybamllo
my side, my head, but felt nothing, and still
1 knew my limbs and frame were there.
And then the eecno would change.
1 was Tiling, falling, swiftly as
an arrow, far down Into some
ter.lhle abyss; aud so like reality
w;ilt, 1 could tee tho rocky -ides of the
horrible nhalt, where mocking, gibing,
mowing Ucnd-llke forms were perched ;
and I could fuel tho air ru.ldng past me
that Ihpior dilukiiig is tlis;mceful. vA'hcu
tins leswn Is Impressed lu tho family circle,
lu tho chool mul by coeloty then the day of
tectotall-ni will begin lo dawn, anil not Ut-
A family of lvo boy and two . ill, edu
cated as they sre to-day. Thoglrls grow to
Womanhood j tin y would sooner have their
right hands it olf than be known as Iniuor-
drinkers. Why licraufe they liavotcen
taught Ihit li.jUor-drliiklng by a woman is
disgraceful tint society io regards It. The
two boy grow into manhobil and would
sooner dunk whisky than do
a good action loth drunkard'
maybe. WliyJ Ucauso pubb. opinion
asserts tint Inplor-drinking by a man Is not
disgraceful, that isctcty rathir admires the
voun'' iiicu w lio arc called tho sowers of
This tort of education must be reformed.
Your sous imi-t be tau.'ht to regard lltpuor
drinking as you. diugliters arc taught to
regard it aa disgrace. A m.r.-ical circle
must be drawn around the llauor cup, aud
public opinion mutt say to man as It says to
woman, "Place but a foot within Hi it clrclo
and on your In ads I will launch thodUappro
bitlon of snfi. !y." Public opinion must dc
iiounce the habit of drinking Intoxicating
liquors. In Pin Is the law and the go. pel of
JHockinq ilfai) wantid. I want a
gcod linger, -for which wilt bo given
IdflHt D bah ma fowls of pure blood,
weighing 10 to 18 pounds to tbo pair. I horizon of the board Iuto tho horizon ol thu
AfldreM J. J, Kearney, 41 "Weat Taylor world I
atieet, Chicago; or J. O. Llnkiottor, at I Tnl,y )'ou poke,talontod and drunken
.Harclav tiro's. r,-uts. n.irn Til. McDougal, when you said that all the great
lij-il I pouU that over Illustrated tho higher fields
I o humanity from old Homer down, did dig
.sAsUSC. Xrt-ulir connUaf Cairo UnmJI Ulfy thuuso of avlne; that many of thu
tE.saandery Ho. 13, will beheld at 1 Brt'at philosopher used wlno for tha eslta-
Fthe Asylum Monday senior at I Hon of their lulolllgencu that most ot (hosu
7;29 o'clock, slsltiag SlrlCnights courto-
tUt Kaights will appear in fatiguo
making my hair stream out by furcu or the
uiiwhotctoms blast. Then tlio paroxysm
somidtmi- ceased lor a fuw moments ami 1
would sink back on mv pallet drenched
nilli prcsulrutlou, utterly exhausted, and
ireung a urc.tiiiui certainly ot tuc rciiewsi
oi my loiiiieiiit."
Vivid jdctlire this: but It doe not tell all
the Mory. The torments of delirium have
never Kileiitiately been docribed, even by
the victim. Thcv crowd upon him like
tli j furies of Kniiyles, crying: "Happy
the man who kc.p, his lips fiom thu cup.
1 1 tin we avenger nuch not. Hut woe,
woo to him who does not. We, the learlul
fauiiy or the night, fai-ten our elvei upon
his whole being. Think he by flight to es
cape us! Wo fly faster In purult, twine
our makes around Ids feet and bring him to
In the cup pleasure Is found, but how
grc Ulhoiltingorthat id o lu It links! To
drink at all, hays Casrio, Is to bo now n sen
bible man, by and by a fool aud prcsontly it
beast. K cry inordinate cup Is illible.cd
and the Ingredient Isadevill
This consideration of the subject of the
homoand social temperance im-lvty brings me
totb.ootlicrsut.icit of my lecture to-night
Woman, siiie is the presllunt of society,
with 'Uililied power Pio principal or tho
school or home, with almost alxoluto pow
ers, rpon her retH greal ro-poii.ldlltle
increasing every day.
.Mark you, -he l walking with a sure if
not rapid step up to her proper place of
equality with man. Yon tell mo tbli will
never do that such op'nloris will tm.ettlo
the fbundatlon-1 of society and Introduce
chaos Into the homcMor.tlic land. Let us not
tpiarrel about tho matter. Ciing to your
opinion. Time will Instruct j on. The light
or progress does not burt i poll society with
sudden splendor. It conies s tin light ot
day comes; It first makes dim the stan, ot
prejudice, tinges the public conscience with
the'.iueltow radisucc or the dawn, anil grows
Iuto tho splendor or I!'" full day so grad
ually that -urpriso utter- uo xclnmatloii at
thu change. -Truth reaches her full action
by dogrocsand not at once .hL. jri operates
upon the reason, tho tnlluene.. being purely
intellectually au;l I ndlvldaal; sho then ex
tends her sphere, excrtiug a moral control,
particularly .through puMIe opinion; nt la-t
sho gathers to herself pin deal and political
purer. To bring natioiista surrender them
solves lo now Ideas Is not tho work of a
This proposition has 'i.'bm ctablisheal be
yond controversy by ieut. Tho history
or woman proves It to I., fnie. Shu Is ad
vancing front a condition nl'absolute slavery
to one of freedom Is aibjiu ing In the face
of bigoted protustauls. il-r .ate muvemcnt
ngaln-t liquor shows tlmt stic in beginning to
reel her moral and po ileal power. For
merly shovvut ouiyr.iii.it gew-gaw, light
as tho gostamer that niioiis in the Idle
summer nir; and Is not : d tho powur she
ahould be thu social an I Mural autocrat or
tho world; but sho Igi; forward to po
litlcal power slojfly.
tho wire lived by the hut. j ol iln hudiand.
Ho could slay lief without viostlmi. Public
opinion, unheediii:; the pi it. .,i. mis urraln-t
reform, finally pMiiouinicii a- sltit this
Tunc will Invtuict them. Wo who wish
woman's equality can wait
WHAT A WOMAN HID.
i'liiuo were dark days lu tho life
Thcrcsa,whcn Frederick the (Ire.tt bad said:
"They who want pcee will glvo me what I
want. I will bayonll of Lower eiilesia
tlreal I'.ritnln, povet ty-stricken, stood by her.
All her other allies bid abandoned her.
Her armies hud bcenbeatcu; the enemy Wa
tliuuilerlug at tho gates of her capita'.
She lied for refuge and pinleitlou to
Hungary. Would she not recelvo cold com
fort there? "Wo havo been accustomed to
bo govcrneil by men ; wo will not allow a
woman to mlo over us ; we will break away
from our allegiance,'' the Hungarians had
said to her father. The young queen was
not discouraged. She convened tho diets
ot tho states. In deep mourning she entered
tho halt; on her head tio crown of St.
Stephen, lu her hand the dmltar. Sho
showed her subjects that sho could herself
cburlsh mid vcucratc whatever was dear and
vcusrabtu In their eyes Sho traversed tho
apartment with slow aud measured tread;
ascended tho tribune from which the stiver.
oigns had been accustomed to harangue tho
statcs.","Doscrted on all sldiw," slio exclaim
ed, "It is to the arms and the Ion;. tried valor
ot tho Huu'cailaus that I now fly." Tho
wordiwcruelcctric.il. A. thousand sword
leaped from their scabbards aud men who
had declared they would bo ruled by no wo
man wero now ready not only to be ruled
bv one but to alto dto Tor her. t hus over.
boy sure, to study what naluro lias tltted them I dor; Major A. J. KuykomUII, of Johnion;
Col. V. it. Urown, oi Woisacj judge J.
M. Prlckett, of Jackson; Oapt. It. li.
Stonion, of Union.
Secretaries John II. Oberljrf.cf Alex
ander, and 11. V. Pottor, and kVW. Cor.
son, of Pulaski.
THS OOTKBMOR'a ORATION.
Gorornor Uovorldgb was Inlroduand,
and dellvored an, eloquent and pojisbod
oration, Ho spowo fir aboutihlrty niln
uUs, holding the .close attention of his
auditors. Ho bogan by contrasting Chris-
to nciitllre: tbev must bo Insfrtlclcil, as
boys are, that they bavo Important duties to
perform In life; lu short, woman must be
taught what will enable bur to make hor
way lu the woild, O command tho same
wages as man Tor the same labor, to till posi
tions now cloud against her, to do, without
shame, whatever honest work jdiu Is compc
tent to perform and her bauds can dud to do.
Whiiii she ts thus educated woman will no.
fall to secure political equality with ln.au.
WOlUN 11 IM'T WANT fOUTICAL l-oWail.
You tell me Ibe great nia.rity of women
have not expressed a desire to take part In , u f h , , chtUttablty in
, thopolttlcso. the country. ' 'y ''
Ifeol Maria I not; no cu-lavcd human beings have ever I ' 1 . . A '
demanded Hie removal of their chains. Wo
men, like other sla es, has preferred to, and
to this day would rather, yield to Hie preju
dice of m in than war against them,
MlIK Witt. 00TJ IN UHn ltlOUTS.
In America woman occupies n more ad
vanced position than elsewhere in the world
and l better, happier, more Intelligent, De
Tocqtievllle say that If bo were asked to What
tho .singular pro-peiity ntidgrowlugstreugth
ot tho people of this nutlon ought mainly to
bo attributed, be would reply: "lo tlio
superiority or tin ir w omen." Hut orrn the
American Womiii has a vast debt before her
over which she must advance. Sho will hot,
when tin opportunity Is ripe, fall ta go for
ward. At the proper time she will ask lor
her rights; and when sho does demand them
man will nut dare withhold them.
UrpVui, It I said, charmed not only hll
fellow mortal', but wild beasts wero soft
ened by h lay.. The very trees and rocks
were sensible to his charms, rowertul god;
he kept himself nloof Irom womankind. In
vain the Thraciau maidens attempted
to attract bN iitteotlon. Ho was dear
to their entreaties. Uno day the maidens
met him. Inllametl to bolduesi, they at
tacked him. They threw rocks at his head,
but as soon ai tho llltsles carno within the
sound ol his lyre they Ml harmless to the.
ground. At last tho frenzied maiden be-
Man, Informed by prejudice, declares ho will l0 wIl, tt mi V(101 -rho sound
never submit to innovation- that tend to
glvo woman a voice In the government, but
when ho ha learned that she is worthy his
conlideiice, and sho has tha eouragu to ask
It In languagu as bold as that of Mm la
riicre.a. bo will yield to the appeal; his
prejudices will vaui-h and lie will become
the champion of her equality.
lint that time is uo now, Womoii are not
yet prop ired to exercise pollllc.il pawer.
Die o'tl despotism has len too m viiv ot its
irks upon her character, and upon that of
man. it is true mat
tho vlcu (d Intemperance weigh heavily.
They oppress Kc,lcy,dcmoratlo it, Increa-o
tho burden of taxation nud multiply clinics,
iiicrelorr, public policy demands that Ine
briety be MipprCHSCd.
.Many bellovo prohibitory Ic.itlatlou can
wholiaveaseendedlntothetnpfrlor regions, i,0 Wiu l.,iM.la,,!, ilUt oxpeihricu contra-
Not upon Individuals only do tho oils of power In tho husband. Of old. in Lngland,
Thx Bomds. Tha 'fiun'
parrot, repeating what It
laixs luo a
is told to say
does not understand what it ropoatrt,
when It says that there ta danger In plac
lag tie Cairo aad Hi. Louts bond t In tho
kajOa of a twUe' In St. Louis. Ho gen.
tlasairii'wHk a c4r bead cand unpreju-
dle4 aalnd, believes that a trust In St.
LoujU eaaaet be enforoed ai suroly as a
Uuet la Cairo." ;
iPiug i claAai.--rrtr Bup, ,;nftnuUo
turn of cigars aad dealer In all kinds of
iobaeeo aad swokeVi artielea, No. 102
Cwnaserclal .avaaue, has on hand a stock
f)f,fiatlira6d'of cigars, to which
be Uf tan tbi aUaaUoa of dealers In tuoh
TImm clgart have a wide -spread
rf Mill'HM iptJJU ft any oyer
afcred to thU laarket, aad the figures at
i'iMr?4atlwy: :twe s uf attract
MiNMo. Ma feTitea a examination of
P M gswMaadprlcef, and, warranti what
lsaaHe "t ba juet what bo repreienti
to ba or mosey rorundod,
"TooV nectar on hlti Olymput
And nii&hty uicrd lu Y'lfulU "
UUC ATM KSH AMD AT INC.
linen turnlnc towards a broiuo bust of
of Hliaksiicaro, lu the rear ol the stand.
nposirupuuiug u, ir. vi. iui;j
Great master or buinun nature, Iminnrtal
Shakspcarel thou who, with llttlo l.atlti and
less lireeu, uid'l asermi inu niggvu sioo of
tbe Intellectual mountain nud sat down uu
questioned with thu great or tho world,
pecrof tho groatrst, Is this not truer Didst
thou, as thou ha.t made thy Castlo say,
craftily qualify thy cups wbeii with raro
Hen Johnson and other reveler yu roared
your drinking songs In the cosy ale-room ot
the Mennatd lnnt Why, author of Hamlet,
should WO not take up thy pate to day, as
your grave-digger takes up ihat of poor
Yorlck.and hitting It with our band call thee
a sad rbime I
fAnostrutiliMiiir the busts ot Wcb.tcr.
CI iv aud Dou-alas. ruiik-ed on brackets uitalii-t
the walls of the schiHil room, the speaker
Webster, Clay, DoulsH!--lrIunwli-ato ol
American greatness In statesmanship, were
yo not also believers lu thu McDougal doc.
trluo that alno and oil are ibe csultitnts that
bring us up abovo the common mcasiirit uf
the brute, elevate us, and enable us lo selzo
great facts Inspirations which once poi.c.n,
ed are ours loreverr Ittug down the curtain
lie the weaknesses of these men forgotten
OOOUNSJS AMU WlNt,
- DUtlngulshed goodness us well as ill
diets this belief. Tho human appetite can
not be controlled by law, when public opin
ion encourages the appetite. Drag the sin
ner to the altar; put u bayonet to his heart;
order lilm to pray; bo will mentally curse
tho god ho supplicates nud sin openly ngnln
when the danger to lit llfo has been remov
ed, Hy sword, spoar and bullet Cortex
mado the amicnl Mexicans acknowledge
( hrlst; but the forclblo conversion did not
Hood their souls with the mysterious vlrtuss
ol our religion. Korco ts not an ullcctlvo
reformer. Prohibitory laws will not now
secure the re.sf.lt desired by the temperance
t)Tm:s.sio.N ml it in: co.mmi:nci;d is
How then ean It bo socurrdT The work
mint bu commenced In the family. It pros
ecuted there, persistently and with taut, it
win no ciieoiuai. Thebojs of the land must
bo taught Ihat It Is not only uiinroutable
and dangerous but disgraceful to drink liq
uor. Now they aro taught to admlro bouts
at tho cup. Kvery poet they read praises
tho restil board, kings of thu luu.lu or tho
clinking glasses and tho sparklo or tho wine.
They learn that talented men havo given
way to tho cravings or appetite, and tboy
sco tboso of Influence Indulging to ecxess.
Diieonsclously wo all gloiily wine. In
tills tchool room Is
A bTlllKINU ll.l.l'HI JlAIION
nl tho truth of this nsaertlou, Thero, upon
tho bracket ub6vo your beads, representing
I know not what preuli.oly, is a tl riua in
tho husband was the 'rife' lord and master
hroverolgn; and hi that country, slid all
the state In tliHrci ubllc, evcept, 1 bellovo,
Illinois, she I. iy tits day the bond-servant
John Stuart. Mil truly hays:
Sho can acqulri tin proporly but lor him:
the liitn t It leiomcs lieis ecn by In
hcrltaiicc, It becuiin iuto fact" lil.
The two aro calinl one person In law, for
the purpose oi uicrrlng mat winui,.p i
hers is bis, but He parallel inlcrcuco Is nuv
,.r drawn that nhutuicr Is his i loos
tlm maxim Is iKdamillud nirnllist thu man.
i.veent to mtW him resiinusiblo to third
paltlesfer her ets, us a master Is for tho
acts ol hi Mans or cattle. While
she U hold in Hit worst description of slay
erf ns toher ,wn lierson. what Is bur
position In ivgarl to the children In whom
sho mid liurina-or havo it Joint Interest r
They aro by fJ lis chlldreii. Ho alone has
any legal right ovu- them."
IN ILLINOIS VJIAT 11AVK V.'BllONK ?
This Is tho cuiUltlon of women In neatly
all the world ; lm in Illinois wc havo taken
a long step awnjfroin thu Injustice of (Il0
pal aud lircn nt wo have mado tho wife
the 'equal of tluhiislmnil beforo the law,
Tho Husband mil jwifo bill, enacted l.ut
wlutur by thogmral assembly, gives lo thu
wife tho right topossoss her own property
Tho property o takes Into the mania
relation is hers vllliln us It was without It
tho husbund canin no way control It. Shn
may, after inarlago, do business for her
self, and tho prills ol the business are he
own -tlio liii.luid cammt louch thorn ; Hi
losses are iiio her own, they can
not bo rcovered. Irom thu bus
baud. Sho inai labor wilh her hands
bruins, unit iliu huslmid cannot, without
hor consent, olcaln the proceeds. Shu may
buy what she pease upon credit, initio
bills she makesavolier tfvn-lhey i-nnol bo
collected fiom ler liUsb.pd. The wife ma
sue the hiikbanl and In Jnay mik her, Sh
"In arts of governient
1-Jiatethand othett; arts of war
The tteatant .loan arsl others; aits of (race
appna and others vied with nun,"
but the majority of women are not yet pre
pared fur participation lu political all'alrs.
liielr education has been and still is defect
ive. Of old, the poor, who woro frocks,
I ibored in thu liclJ or drudged In tho hovel;
the r.ch, In frocks, were thu lazy and Igimr-
nit ornament of palace and
tstlc. To-day most women arc
no lunger ignorant; they are losrucu lu
many things ; btitstlll very dereel'.ve Is their
oir.t.s IN TUB HOUdK,
and then a piano. All or them thoso who
ivo aud tlioio who Irtve not music lu thnlr
souls put at It; music drilled Into them;
not In most Instances music they ought to
now, but tho light t iradara imisiu ot the
.Moon nu tho Like is lleamliig," "I am
Dreaming of Thee," "Listen to thoMo.jk
ing Hlrd" school. Aro you surprised thero
have bcon no great lemilii imwbiatH no
peltleoatcd Mozart or HcethovoiK? Do
fectlvu muleal education, ynu fee. Society
lumands that a woman shall bu musical,
aud so you have women everywhere bang
ing pianos, tugging at harp strings, truuunlng
guitar; making miislclr no, noises tile In
.iw sounds. Hoy in tho hou.u, If musical
an strike the piano, aud allow his passion
ir music to lead him into It lnchd.ous
llclds, mul by Its pleasant waters that lipplu
ns they wash the shores of the stream of hu
man sympathy; If uol musical, ho may wan-
ler away nflor what hi. nature craves.
(iirls In the house, and then crochet and
embroidery needles, floss and woolens ; all
or the girls, willing or unwilling, cou
mauded to aeqillro the elegant accomplished
of tlio art ol' embroidery not because by It
they may at somo tlmo earn a livelihood or
he undid to mankind, but beciuse society
has decided thai embroidery work done lu a
dawdling manner by tnnnitd wom
en, dresicdlu if!(i'!f,vwcuiing low sllppcn
and verv white stockings, is an accomplish
moiit. Hoys aru not treated thus." thank
(Iirls lu the house, and Mfc fumUhi
Is cnrolul t) uol tell Hit m thero is lu the
world politics, sclunce, h'gh literature,
ovlls demanding reformation, a demand
for laborer in thu lluldsul Kicluty, barren lu
groat monsuiu but with it soil lu which tho
better fruits of thu human heart, nud lis
most fragrant flowers, would bloom, If home
one would only plant tho seeds, (litis nro
presumed to lo born without a talo for
such matters, j on see presumed In have
been untitled hy naluro to fool the prompt
lugs of a true lou of country, lo iipprcchdo
the (ruths of science or the beaullcs of 111
mature; prc-umod to liavobecu liitomlcd to
bo an ornament of society- Its flower, boau.
1 1 fill, but not useful, Man's opinion of wo
msn Is this, say what ho may, He is grow,
Ing out of H; this I am glad to know,
Company ol gimtleuien Initio parlor talk.
lmr to valtr: i .cusslu J art, science, litera
ture, politics; some ot tuein wiso men ; nt
Imtructlvu conversation. Hoy of the family
comes In; tho dismission goes on; luturc
thouah bo may bo very stupid, has prepared
him, according to tho popular bollof, tu up.
prcclalu the conversation ; bu listens uml
lourns ealehcsln the cmnersatlon glimpse
id the whin, wide world of hi duties In
of the music was drowned lu the screams,
and then tho missies reached thu unfortun
ate man who was placed at the mercy of His
mildciis It Is recorded that the maniac
tore him limb from limb, and throw his head
and hU lyre Into tbe river Hebru, down
which they floated murmuring sail mu-lc, to
which the shores responded a plaintive
ympbnuy. When woman lu this country
shall ral-o her voice ilciiiimling her rights.
hewilldrown Pie music of-prejudlce, so
imdodloui In man' ears, aiU then tbe mis
slcs or reason will reach him; ho will bo
overcome and woman will secure nil the
privileges and right she wl-hes to ohUtn.
I wjiild not rnufouml together tho differ
ent characteristics of the sexes would not
attempt to nuke of woman uud man beings
not only equal but alike, ns a writer says Is
louo by some lu Lurepe. lu the languagu ot
Lemuel, speaking tlio prophecy his mother
taught him, I would "(live her or the
fruits ol her hands, and let her work's praise
li r in tlio gates." I bdluvc that
woman it not undevelpt man.
Hut ilireiie : coutJ wc make her at the man
-jwect lu,c were tlaim hisdearclt bond Islhtl,
Not like to like, tut like in dilfarence.
Yet In me iqiik years hLcr muil they grow;
'I'he nun Le moic of woman, she ol man;
Ifn gain In tweetuett and In moral height,
Nor lose the wrestling thews that thiow the world.
She mental brevlth, nor fall In cliildward tare,
,or lose me cnouiike in tne larger luino;
Till at the last ihe let henelf to man
lUke ierfVct mutic unto noble words.
And so these twain Usn the iklrtt of time
Sit liJe hy tide, full-smumed In all their jwweri,
IIIiikiiiIui; liarvett, toslng the To-l.e;
Selweverent each, an.l revctcnclng each,
Hut like each other even as thine ho love.
I hen comet the Haulier Men hack to man:
Then reign Ibn worlds gnat LiiJjIt ili.nn acid calm '
I hen springs the crowning race or humankind.
May lhce IhinjH be I1'
Hill of the hoire conic-, u,
OHKK.MONY AT THB MOUND CITY
TUB GKAVKS DKCOIlATKD
KLOliUKNT OKATION 11Y
Kit NO It HLVKKIDOK.
l'OINTI'.D SPKKGH OK HON. I). W
OKO W 1)3 OK PKOPLK AN 1) N0I10DY
Tho number of pnoplo at Hound City
yosKrday was nstlmnlod at from thron
to II vn thoumml. Wo huvo no doubt
fully II v j thousand woro present In
tho coiuotury und nround tho stand.
Tho urrimgemonts of tho cntumittoe, ot
which Mr. Mertawaa tho cliiilriiian, woro
complote, and tlio programme was. eiirrlod
out without nny dlllloulty; ovnrythlng
moved as smoothly ns machinery,
recognize) no political divisions. It teo
ognlr.ee no divisions of peopler. It
recognize tho fact that God hu made of
one flesh all pooplo to dwell oa. thu face
of the earth. Obrlst died for tbo worl d ;
not for this nation or that nallun, not for
this ago or that ago, but for the wbolu
world and for all agos, Pamollitu Is
lovo of country. It may not be
a Christian grave, but it Is a
human virtue. People who fight
for altars and homo, country and God,
cannot be. very bad people. Patriotism
goes beyond self and takes in ono' coun
try sacrifices onea self-interest on tho
altar of the public good; Christianity
takes la all tho world sacrifices every
thing for Christ's sake. Tbo patriot can
not be a bad man. The man who dons
not lovo his country Is a bad man. A
traitor to hit country 1 worse than a bad
man. Being Christians, let us be patriots.
Loving all people, let us love one another.
Not forgetting our struggles tor, our coun
trynot forgotting tho name and sacri
fices of tho honored doad who sloop In
this and othor national ceme
teriesnot forgetting thu causo
in which thoy died lot us re
member tboie who wore opposed to thorn
and u without anger and in kindnois.
Having shown thorn haw wo caa light let
u show thsrn how wo ean forgive Let
us live In friendship with them hereafter.
Tbe forests grow and cast their shades fur
one pooplo, this oarth glr:s up It minora!
wealth for ono people, theo mighty rlvors
flow toward the mighty water for one
pooplo, the mountain lift up tbetr beads
lato tbo clouds for one people, tho great
Ukes Uo basking in the sunshine fur
oao pooplo, the vavoi ot the great octant
beat upon our shores for ono poeplu, al
ways to be united In ono government
under one flag, and that flag to bo tbu
llsg of the rspubllo.
The governor thtn spoko in dstsil or
tbo lose of country's and laid that tbu
forelguori who crowd our shore bring
with them lovo or the fathor laud. ."1
would not," be said, "have the foreigners
forget tbelr.nattvo land, but I would bavo
thum rumembor that they llvo In the land
of America that tbey are Americans
and not forolgnori."
Tho speakor then revlewod tbo wars
of tbo republic, and dwell with elo
quonco upon thu valor of the Union sol
diers ol the war of eocesslou. To the
rnomory of tbe boroto doad ho paid a trlb
uto as beautiful and tender a it was
truthful, end closod with a peroration
that bruught out a loud round of ap
plauio from tbe immonso crowd of pooplo
gathorod in front of the stand.
Cries wore made nt tho conclusion of
Governor lloveridgo'e oration for Hon,
I). W. Munn, who promptly responded to
tho call. Wo cannot giro even a synop
sis ut Mr. Munn' spooch; and can only
sny lliuro was a groat deal of music In It.
Major Munn had protested, as Gon. Grant
had, against tho ordor of the Grand
Army of tho ltopublio that only union
grnrua should bo doooratod, and Mr.
Ulon, the chairman of lbs Mound City
committee to obtain tpoakar, had written
to tho major telling him that be ought to
novo furthor Mouth and get among hi
frlonds that bo was deoldodly dlsloyul in
his Inclinations, W(thoui mentioning Mr
Ulon's nnme, Munn gave 'him a suvero
oratorical drubbing, and eloquently and
forcibly dofendod hi position.
At tho conclusion of Majoi Munn'n
poouh tho mooting wa dlimlued. Gov
ernor llovoridgo returned to Cairo on
tho ttiroo o'clock train, and last night
wn llu 1.1111.1 Ptit W 1 II. III.!..
... ..w.. . ... .
Com'TROLLEIl'H Notiok. Notlco Is
boroby givon that tbo city bn .employed
John (Diidnny to removn from the front
of nil housoo In tho cltv. all voeulablo
Ovjr tho gstdway of the cTImotory, ttmi j-y UHohon offal tf all and overy do-
work n.l lu uvorgroun woro tho words scrlptlon, provblod tho samo I, placud in
'Marching On." boxe or barrols and plaood In convenient
HALF Mast. locutions in front or said house, by six
Thu 11 ig on tbo stall' In tho ml. lit of tho nnd u-lmlf o'clook it, in., oaeh woek-day
graves Hunted at half maet. Around tbo morniog from Juno 1, iht io CJoptomiJor
ting stall', at tho commoncomout of the
coruinoiiius, tho bund and n lurgo com
pany uf lndios und geutloiuon wero
gathorod , A pruyor was mado, sovornl
mournful dlrgos woro playod, and every
body then proaeodod to cast Uowors upon
tho graves. No formal proconion wa
formed for this purposo.
Keitaivu Til EM
Am ng tbo llowor-strowori woro sov
oral colored ladlos nod guotlemon from
Cairo, Do not start, good llonrbon
friend; wo moan It: ladlus anil guntlomon,
though black ns K'rubua. li was tbu
1. 1874. Cilion aro requested to notify
tho city marshal of any neglect on the
part of Mr. Gladney in fullllllltig hi duty,
M, n. uox,
H).r,.ti7-Ct City Comptroller.
Fivo thousand fruit barrot for ale
Knqulro of Halllday Uro's, No, 70, Ohio
loveo, Cairo; or
Own 1 1 1 . r. w u A nanl
J1.6.2J-p0t Mound Oily, I)
JIknuy Biouuorr I now prepared to
repair, varnish and pollih furniture and
piano In the vory boit manner.