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SUNDAY, JULT 1J.1S74.
OUulM Pnprrot ItinC'ttf nml County
UUa II. OIIKIU.Y. KdUor mt ltibltor
rrUMS OKTHK DA1L1 I'UI.MCTIN
Otv k, by currlor 2.
Or jtsrby cm tier, Inutilities 10 0U
Or wr by etnier tt not pilil In
i)r,t ini-nt'.i, by mall.
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One Vi ir il 00
.. M til- 7f
rtiR otuh" f
Irn . 1r My In advance,
Itr.iillriK iil'itli'r on uipry iik.
Tin: peojilo of the fouthern nml
fi '.ttliKc fern border of Kan" nrc
iuii . striaken. Tlio Sioux Indians nrc
eagerly ! aichini; for tlic'tr scalp?.
l'K.u-iir.s. Tho Dtt Quoin 'Trillium'
says l'crry county will have enough
poacher tliis reason to nipply tho de
mands of the entire Mate, reports tu
colli rary notwithstanding.
C'lli.si'ii Uru. JJeporlH from almost
tvery part of Southern Illinois arc to
tlic effect that the chinch lings aio (lis
troMng much corn, and where tho
oals is not loo ncir rij.o it is bciny nl
most totally devoured.
Til K Recehur pcnatiou continues to
iij-'ilato Iho whole co'intry. The silence
of tho grout preacher has convicted him
in the puhliu estimation ; ami, it is said,
hu is fmftcrinj; untold agonic. Rumor
n-erls that ho will retiro iroin the
Tnr. naughty editor of Iho (iolcondi
Herald says, that one of tho young
ladies who went out picnicing on tho
Fourth, inibrmod him coulidcntinlly
that tho can always toll ultuli (hero is
busy bee in the grass by sitting down
Tiik Murphysboro 'Independent'
says llu Honor, Mr. Hird, tho polico
magistrate of African decent of Cairo,
was denied tho blessings of the civil
lights bill in Carhoudalo, at the dedi
cation ot the Normal. Ho left tho
hotel indignant, at tho end of tho land
lord s hoot." This is not true. The
only indignity chor.Tt to .Mr. H id at
'arbomlalc n.is tins indignity of neg
lect the insult of the cold bhouldor.
Neither of the landlords madu any
demonstration to kick him, and no per
son used in his hearing an insulting
Tile Democrats have now an oppor
tunity to win back to allegiance to the
parly many of the disaffected, who havo
been kecking after a better political or
ganization. If Democrats will throw
ni-idc thu corrupt men of the patty
the difhonest leaders, who have bad a
finger in every thievish pio baked by
the lladicals and will unite upon the
Iowa Anti-Monopoly platform, they
may o victorious this fall; and. il tot,
w.ll feel, after tho battle, like soldiers cl)mcnts 0f tl,u party aro in hurmoui
.i , i .....
wh havo beou defeated in a li''ht loi
a g 'J '.VHC-thit they hnvu done their
duty and nro ready to fight again.
Tu e Independent Reformers of Sa
line cut ity aro iu a bad way. They
are ulrc ,dy divided into at least two
I'l'pio? -one tho Anderson clique, the
other the Foster clique. The Anderson
men insist that the Farmers' Associa
tion of Saline has instructed tho dele
gates io the propo-ed Independent He
form ' oirnMonal convention, to vote
for thi.r leader, and the Foster men in
t.inato mat this is untruo. And so a
war is rising, into which the Harrit
bur,; Chronicle' rushes and throws a
hcai y missile by saying : ''It is a dis
gra. u to tho organization to have
stepped over the bead of n practical
larmer, which we uudorstand Mr. Vos
ter to be, to give any indorsement to
such an office-seeking bummer ns An
derson." Tin; Puducab Kontinkian has de
uouueed Hon. James Heck, as a rascal,
piing the proof. "Why did you not
i'ipoo him two years ago, when ym
first obtained the proofs of his tan-al-
Hy?" is tho pertinent (itioitioti that bus
bueu profoundod to tho iveutuckian
' Oh' Heck, at that time, was "a'Dek-
ucrntic candidate for congress, and wo
did u t want to endanuer thu success
of tbo party; and, indeed, wo would
not havo nintioiicd his rascality at all
if ho had not uoucludnd to not bo a
Domocrntic candidate again!" is tbo in
genuous reply of thu Keutuckian.
Our friend, Martin, is indeed a model
Democrat, siucoho believes ho should
conceal the rascality of Democratic
candidates not expose thorn until
cillnr they havo discarded tho parly,
or tbo party has dmoarded them 1
Wk havo long admid our good
friend H. A. I), Wilbankh, v,feq. Wo
havo recognized him during many
yearn as a model clerk of a mulol
courtas ouo of thu host clcetioucerork
in Southern Illinois as a gentleman
of ability, capablo of making hi own
way in tho worldjjfbut wo did notknov,
until wo read tho Mount Yc now Free
Press of tlioj Oil? ilist., that ho was
also a thrilling Fourth of July orator.
At tlic" celebration of tho natal day of
our eagle, Mr. Wilbanks addressed u
largo company of fellow citizens at
,Vopdlawn, tind tho Fico Press de
scribes the nddrcss in this appreciative
Tdb fon'turo of tho celotrnlion ut Wo"d
Uwn wftf the CiMllon of our prtitnliin
young fullow-'.ownnnnu It. A. 1. V 1 1 -'bitftr,
Kff. Tho cirort wm well conceived,
abounding in tbuiu stirring oplt?rtiimitt
Icnl leniences which never full to enwrap
tie bearofi' attention or to call forth
prefslons of griitlfloillo.l. Tor three raf
ters of an hour tho young orat'''"''1' "Is
lorijo audioes, uMlnlulcd ' ll'l5n ' lwo
iboumnd, ai bytomu -toiRlclit.' cbiirni.
And when, tnwrJ iho cuuo of bis grand
addris. ho, t.mung with the tlioinu lug
pelted '.' l"" hUtorio ussoci t i jus of tho
rnd otici'Urneil by tho prosni", of id
vml n thrt m; if fiuni'.inr fuen, tb" mat
rons And sires, sons mid duyhtir of hi
own home, html fortb into n strAin of el
oiuneo mid fornnlo power and bentiiy
Hint put thi) pntriotlr vlow upon iho cheek
htid flll'-d tho ;nsrt of nvi-ry lutinr with
tMiiotliina of trim nfttUr gh'rj, such us hits
not b'iim rxperieactid In tuinjr yfr, tho
triumph it' thu iirttor whs 'uumploto
livery tonsoo neenrded him tbe J ml mend
of pral'i-, and every voioo xprefied tho
hlehest drgrm of sll faclioii. Tbnt
"Hob" Vt'iltiinks, (who bides his light on
ilrnly too much midor n butbel, ) hrnld
dollvor tn nlouml nnJ polnhod and pow.
erlul tin n lilres, was nt uncn the wondor
snd tho prido of nil presont.
Ot'H gnod friend of tho Carbondnlc
'Observci' is vory indignant becau-o, in
a humorous way, spraking of the Jliril
trcatmcnt,(wc paid : "Uarbondalo ought
'to'bojiiliaiiicil of herrcir. No citizen
had the courage to tumuli him with
bed or hoard."' This is called a mali
cious slander, and the threatening ro
mark is made: "We tiro much mis
taken If Carbon JjIc'c citizeiiN do not
rcintmbcr John Ohcrly's maliuious
slanders, when ho would wish them
forgotten." Now, Luce, sec lure ; you
aro surely unking an .us of yourself
about this uialter. Is it :i malicious
slander to say the citizens of (Jarbori-d-ilo
will not tikc a darkey homo with
them, And cat. and sleep with him?
Then times haiu changed ; because wc
remember that there was'u time when
wo would have been denouuesd ns ti
malicious slandeicr if wc had f-aid any
citizen of Carhoudalo would lake a ne
gro to his house as'an eating and bleep
ing guest ! Hut didn't you Caibondjlu
radicals treat Hiid meanly'.' And
ought not you to he ashamed of your
cvuVf Yui Uniuv you did treat IJird
j shamefully, nd you know you arc
ashamed of yourselves Wo taw Clem
ents in tho city yesterday
and ho louked as sorrowful ns Hove-
ridge after prayer. He was wunding
his way to liird'i office to toll him how
ho regratted that the absence of Cle
ments from Unrbondalo had resulted in
Itird's shameful treatment. Wo know
that is what he was going to say to
itird. Wc aro sure ho would have
told us so, if we bad asked him.
1'OK CO.VCiKKS.-i.-COL. S. S.
The only impediment that Mauds in
tho way of the Opposition in this con-
gicssiuiial district is tho fact tint thu
ous. In it wo can tccogui.o liourbotis,
Liberal Democrat-, Liberal llcpublio
ans, Independent llcformors and Dis
gitsted Radicals. How to hartnonio
the incongruous nlemcnts is the problem
of tho hour.
There has been no person yet men
tioned as a probable candidate of thu
Oppo-ition who can bring ordor out of
tho chaos in whiub it is, and load tho
party united to the attack; but wo havo
no doubt whatever such a candidate
can bo found. We lelievo iIikI Col
S. Fi AATS T.l I.i It of ibis city, cuiild
unite tho. t)j ositio!. nsi ;o elVectually
than any oilier man; ami we uru uf tho
opinion, that, il thu cun volition should
nominate him us tho opponent of Hon.
Isaac Clements, he would carry the
district by a large majority,
Col. Taylor, wo neod not say, is u
guntlemau of much ability. Ho would
do honor to any position in tbo gift of
tho people, and, in congtofis, his influ
ence would icsult to tho great advan
tage of Southern Illinois. In thu cam
paign ho would be a power, and around
him wou'.d rally it host of enthusiastic
suppoitors. He is the muu fur tho cri
sis. Wc do not know that Col. Taylor
would accept thu nomination if i'. were
tendered to him. Tho Fubject has
never, willf our knowledge, been men
tioned in bis bearing ; but this is ii tin o
when every man among tho enemies of
Radicalism is expected to do his duty,
and wo do not beliuvo Col. Taylor
would shrink from doing his.
FOMHKLLK AND TDK PI'LASKl
We have ruferred to tho fact thst tho
Pulaski bar had, in a formal pclitiorj
icqueettd Mr (i. I,. Fombelle, judge
of the county eourt of that county, to
rosigu. We know nothing of tho mer
its of the controversy, but liuve been
told that the desiro for tho judge's riv
tircmeut grow out of the judo'eui com-
rctoncy to discharge the duties of bin
A friend of Col. 1'onibellc, living in
this city, addressed to him a lctlor, in
which he asked him why bo so pa
tiently endures tho inult he lias suf
fered. This citizen, addressing the
Kvuning Sun, says bo know Col. l'oin
bello many years before tho advent of
that gentleman into Pulaski county;
has known him as iho occupant of posi
tions that could have been filled only
by porsons of cducati'Ui, judgment and
administrative ability. In reply to tho
letter of i)m correspondent of tho 'Sun'
Co). I'ombcllo wrote as follows, using,
it will bo observed, significant language
in tho last paragraph of his modest
and well-worded nolo :
Villa IIiwiic, Jnly 8th, 1871.
To , Oaiho, 1 i.i..
Dkaii.Siii You nl; why 1 dtelino to
niitiee, publicly, the anion of cort&in
members of tho bar in Mour.tl City, who
havii asVod me, with moru emphasis tli.ui
politimrss, t) rosljjn.
I liM'o soverul rus-ms fur proint retl
eoiici'i otic uf thrm bouif. that I do nut
think It would bo proper lor tint to ktcoirn
my own ehiiniplun in a iuetioii whleb
concnriis my montitl ijunlitlcntlor.s. I am
In tbo lisuiu or my Irlgndi. Inlhobinu
ntlssd, titiiu will tu ) on which side tho
itlgm.i of imbcclIftT ur fuliy will b imxt
5)U to ll!t
In tho iiibantimt1. I pronoio to cilarlinrco
tlio dntios of tho inltlon to wtilcli 1 have
boon alettt'd, without fWtr or favcr, In tho
inturiittsof tho good poplo of L'ulaskl
county tit liirj-o.
Do not thin Is thst 1 hivo lost oiihpr tho
power of appreciating, or the capieity of
protect!!.;; mysHlf from ofncial or personal
ineult, whtiii tho proper occasion prcsonti.
(K J.. FuMRM.Lr..
WHY HIUD WAS IN VITKD.
A Carbomlale eoriespondout of tho
Jlurphysboro 'Independent says it is
rumored, "that Mr. Rird was invited,
not that the people would be pleased
by it, or that iho Ctiivotsity would
stand lunger or bo moro prosperous by
it, but lor the sole purpose of securing
his pro-cuco and influence in the futnro
for a sinister purpose, viz : that ti son
of tlio Mcrctary of the board of trus
tecs, might thereby gather in tho col
ored vote of Cairo iu his present ox
trcmely doubtful campaign for a seat
iu the state legislature."
The Carhoudalo 'Oh servei' has made
tho same charge by implication.
Wo do not bolicvo that Dr. Kobarts
had any such purpose iu view when he
invited Mr. HirJ to make u speech at
tho opening of the Normal. Tho doc
tor is not that kind of ii man. Ho is
not it very strong partisan ot his ron
Joseph, and wisely is allowing that
young guntfumnu to muUo his own way
in the world.
Dr. Kobarts i a consistent republi
can. He dues not go behind the door
to advocate his principles. Kvcry
n hero ho asserts thu equality of all
men, and believes very firmly that
tho coloied man is entitled to all the
rights and privileges enjoyed by the
white man. To givo emphasis lo this
belief of bis to show tho world that ho
makes his practice square with his pre
cept be invited Mr. Hird, a colored
man, to occupy tbo stand with other
speakers, on the day of tbo formal open
ing of the Southern Illinois Normal
l.'nivorsity, of which ho is a trustee.
It was not dono for bis son .losoph
Not for .loo ;
No, no, no;
Not tor Jwoph,
Not if bo knows it,
Oh ! no, no I
If tho political benefit of his son bud
been in tho doctor's eye when be in
vited Hird, that amiable colored gen
tlemen would have been better treated
than ho was in Carhondalc ; but Dr
Robarts invited Hird n? ho invited U3t
and ho allowed Hiid to take care of
himself, as tho othur speakers did.
HKKRY INFi. R.MAT10N.
Tho retail lager beer sellers of New
York city iccentiy held a meeting 'nt
whit'h it was rosolvcd to potitioii tho
legislature of the slnlo tu pass a law
against tho tale of adulterated beor and
make tho tame provisions apply to it
as to other articles of food.
Tho reason Tor this step on tho part
of tho saloon keepers is, that wltilo tho
consumption ol beor has largely in
creased ovcrtovon millions of gallons
weio sold in New York city
in the last year its price,
in sic. 'id of diminishing, is now higher
than it formerly was. Tho quality has
also become inferior and it is this
which lias caused tho ictnil sellers to
revolt. They are compelled to pay as
iniioli for poor beer as for puro
beer and to raise tho price on their cus
tomers, ami tho profit on tho adultera
ted article is made by tho manufac.
Tbo ways of ndulterating beor aro
many. Strychnine is a common artlclu
of adulteration. This is sometimes used
in dangerous quantities, which h un
necessary, ns one-twentieth of a grain
of strychtiino will givo a bitter llavor
to twenty thousand gallons of water.
Alum is used to tecum fermentation
and bitterness of flavor. It is cheap,
is iiEcd iu lar-c quantities and is very
injurious from its astringent qualities.
Clovts, ginger, coriander, thymo
and paradise kernels arc used as flavo:.
iug articles. Pnppyhcads, opium, pic
ric t.fiil . ti'j'ioui, and carhunu- and and
alcohol mixed, aro iucd to make beer
"beady." One of tho most mjnriou
things niado tire of in beor i- lend to
prcvont hour forinctitatioii. 'l 'Uia'ko it
f jam, bi-carbonato of soda, iu small
quantities, is introduced. Salt is also
ued, one or the chief rensons being
that it produces thirst in llio'diiukcr
and makes him drink again.
Cincinnati and Chicigi supply
much uf tho boor drank n o.istern
well as western cities, am. do not ad
ulterate the nrlicle more than is tho
practice everywhere. Si'intl kinds of
itnporliid beer aro much nought aficr
ii the cast, but uu.ilyis bis shown
that of four popular kinls tho Culm
baoher, tho Krlanger. t io Pisncr and
tho Munich thu Punier mly - a pure
article, the othcr being idulteratrd in
iho samo manner as .no our home
TROUHLK IN Til V, N1NK
TKKNT11. Thoro is trouble in the Nineteenth
conL'roional district. Tho Fnrtiii'ts
and the PcmncraU havo looked horns,
and the Republicans :ue contcmpliitln'
the contest with a smilo of satisfaction.
The Democratic majority in the dis
trict has been about .'!,;" 01, and tho
Democratic leaders do not wish the
plum taken from their hands.
Tho Ninotci nth is afiliutcd with a
disease not peculiar to that locality
tho discaso of great men. Within its
border are eight, ten or a dozen gen
tlemen who arc gn at, o.ich of whom is
convinced that tho interests of th0
country rcquiic hi' pretence in tho
lower house uf rotiro.
Among thcso great men is Hon. S.
S. Marshall, who h.is owned the dis
trict for many years, but who has lost
same of his power ; he will probably
retire, but before doing so will, it is
said, appoint R. W. Towiuhcnd, Ksq.,
another of tho great man of tho Nine
teenth, to be bis successor. Another
ol tho groat statesmen is (ion. Yv. H.
Anderson, who has often declined to
enler tlie contests for uongress bceatwe
ho believed Mr. Marshall could defeat
him and Marshall persisted in ayiug
'lust once morn, icner.il, nnd then you
may go in." Wearied with waiting,
nnd suspicious of Mr. Marshall s in tun-
, , , . .
nous suspecting mat ino roiiriug
statesman would attempt to nuke his !
relative, the am able and money loaded !
Towtishcnd, his successor, tho General
cmbaikcd bis political fortunes upon
the uuk nor.'u so i of liranguris.m, nnd
concluded to join battle with tbo Fol
lowers of the Di'inosratic leador of tho
The consequences of thi umbroglio
wo cannot foretell, hut tte havo no
doubt it w ill result iu a triangular bat
tle, with (leu. Anderson marshaling
the Independent Reformers to tho con
flict, Mr. Marshall, by his next friend
.Mr. Townsheud, leading the L'nterri-
lied Democrats to tbo field ; and Ucn.
Raum, or some othe; gallant guntle
man, cliargiug at the bead ol the Rad
ical Third-Term column. Probably
tho result of tho battlo will bo the
election of Mr. Townsheud, unless, in-
lcod, fien. Anderson, vl.o is a "tub-
born fighter, can manto to make a
t'.ank movement, and tpeep tho field by
a gallant dash. Ho w.ll draw largely
from the Radical ranks ami if the old
Democratic trprlt da empt of thcJNinc
teeutb is a thing of t!j past, ho will
also secure the votes of i largo number
of Democrats, mid be e'ected. Under
the tlcncral's watchful caro, the Inde
pendent Reformers aro better organ!-
;cd iu the Nineteenth tlan in any other
district of Kgypt, nud ho may carry
the day ; but, at this t me, tho outlcok
indicates that the Dt nucrHts will enter
tho contest united undachiovo nuothor
R. SMYTH & CO.
No. 00 Ohio Lovce,
B. F. PARKIirl,
(Suecossor o Parker A Rlnko,)
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ol i r cent. iur alinuui, .Match l-t and
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wltti the liunt
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Tlnil-i inhlli nippt. !
im Mmmi to Lino ConEumcrs
iiPiivcpp Tiiitu aiid i:ii'vcutli sii-pi't,
In pii p.iit il lo llll oidiTs vUL'init delay.
Ur h.i a ion- Kim-!, hI iuiriliil liMtlier on
li:ii nl . .1 il "1 i i-inu i l fi in Nt up i IK, ii lid bus
ml diiviu ilii-piiei-d Ik tu low i -I niiltli.
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Toilott Articles, Drutrtist's J'ancy (5nnls, Cdllii r "Nli
Lead and Oilier (rradi's, l'aiiit1, L'lr-. Oils, Narni-ln .
Window Glass, Wax I'lcr Matcrinl, Ti In- ( '!r-, D'
Stalls, Ktc, Ktc, KU:
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rump-. Ilird Ci'.-c-. I ( rp.un I'm. r
Water i on', i-. Win rintli ..r U i.l
dow i -! i ii.,.l.iain 0 W up,
OullcM'ing and Job Work
MAUJi A SPECIALITY.
Afpnt lor Iho
Garry Iron Hoofing Co,,
'Dip IipM hull lioolin in Hip .M.tiktt.
Order- from Ainoad will Ki-ci hp 1'iompi
All wurk doup tilth Ili-pntih and . un.
led to Klvo .sjallsfiic-tion
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
W HOLE SAL K GUOOER,
And Dealer In
.o. 7(i Ohio Let CAIRO, ILLS
GTHiolsil Httentlou Ktven to pontln
Dumts nd tllllm: ordi-rs. lUi tt
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
PsTo. UO Oliio Iiovoo
II. WARDNKR, iM. D.
II. .1. STALKER, M. I).
Ollleoiiud ri')deni-e lit Commi'imil Ave.,
sxt tlnor to the Athcncuui. el-IU-t
.'. o-m-tr. '
M mm mnm n i in ijinnmjiwiimj. mjim-JL-Lb.iiijju.i,
AND RliTA IL
Bristol & Stilwell
Kt-fp every tiling jicrlainii t 'I
line uf Siaple and Faniy io .r,
WDudftiwarc, Vt'etahles. l in -,
j We sell tho Central Yea CU
i diitin-j; Mimmer instead d' tin- C"n
I resscd Yeat. It gives c.pp1!i i.t ..'
No 32 EIGHTH St.
(if 1 1-: I i-si itr. Ily iirtuo ol' mi ordor an t
iIpi ipo nf ilm .omit) iMiiot ot I. viniil. r
count) , llliii'il-, lil uli! nn Iho primon l Hip
iindcrhL'iipd, iidniiiiistiatpi' ol Hi. i.iiIp
of Albert It. Whitakpi'. iIcpo im l,
fur Iraio to pell t tic mil pi'ii'p
id said ib'ccai-cil, at thu i.i"t
diinuary Iitiii ol' fald point, lo-wlt : nn thr
Tiii'iuli'tli iIjn of .liiniiiiiy. A. I . lt I. I
hull, mi .Saturday, tim Iwpnly-llltli tin io
.Inly iipM. bit wppii ttittlioiii-s.il tono". u.. I,
a. , III., nnd I well o n'flock in., ft said d.n.
st II itt pohlli- salt', at lliosiiiilli-wp-li il) tb'.'r
tu tin' min t I n 1 1 1 - -, In Hit- i iij td ( aiio, in
Kild tin I 'it i', til) Mliuuln.u' tti'-t'illii'd rial
os t ii lit Kl 1 1 Irt t tt I ii) Hip pit) nl' l!aiio, .oiiniy
nl Alt'v ilitlt'l', and Main (if lllinul., ln-n
l.tits lldinbured iiiliilppn, (HO. tut-iily ."I.
nml twi'iily-niii' 121), In lilmk nunilii'iio
lorly-tiipii ( I"), and hit iimnboipd tlin i -one
(HI), In lilm k nuinhrri'il lnrt-niti. m
all In thu tlr-t atldltliui to the city ul c.iii-,
Terms nt null' to lie as follows . Oiip-th'ril
i-:is!t In hand, nut-third In three mnntlit, nml
one llilnl In six mouths, Irom the tin) nl' s.Ou
Ilia purchaser to jjlvo noted, diawlnn n
per cent inti'ivst, liir the tlolutred pat.
luenls, Kccuretl by na morl(;ajje upon tlii
(iKtiuiii: I'ihiii:)!, Ailminl-ii-iinr,
nl llu) estnip 0 1 Albert II Whltakpr,
det-paseil. ti-fi-BI-ilA w It
I lino luth, Is"
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