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IOIINH. OJIKItLY. JMllor amU'ntilUhor
TKIISIB OKTHR DAILY ItULt.KTIN
One week, by carrier 9 W
Ono year by oorrlcr, In advanco 10 00
Ono year by currier If not pild In
advanco ,. ii 00
Uno month, by mall 1 oo
Lx modus .v....r fi 53
Ouo your in 00
TERMS OV WEEKLY IIULLKTIH,
Ono Year 51 00
ittx Mouth? . , 7ft
Thruo Months 60
invariably In advance.
Honillnir milder m ncry iic
Dumocrntlu Statu Ticket.
For Stato Tn-nsuror
t or Superintendent ol Public InMruction
S. M. KTTKK.
I'. II. Watkiut, -A. Ammett.,-
Ld. Karris, .WWWoytJ
Fiist TJ10 restoration 0 gold nntl silver
as tlio basis ol ltic currency; tliorcniimiitlnn
0 fjiocloiajrmenlD ii noon in pwlhl iwti-
mil ;..- 1.1 tho h,ttnK'-f mintry,!
t.jr firming opoinr jnii.iiiuii nun ny mr
V) mt nt ot the,n.ttiocnl ludebtt-ducM In the
monoyol tlio civilized woild.
Ni:coxi Free commerce; no tariff loruny
oilier put pose but revenue
Tiurin lndWi'duaUtliert)' and opposition
to sumptuary laws.
Fourth TIiu light and duly of the
r-talo to protect it citizens from extoitlon
ana unjust discrimination by chartered
Fiviit Rleld restriction ot the mivnrn.
went, both KUlo mid National, tdtholclt
imato domain of political power by uxclml
JiiE therefrom all executive and leglalatlve
iiiicrsiciwiim; VI Hi tlio allalm or Society
rtiiereiiy monopolies arc ro-tcred, prlvll
cd,ed clatCB aggrundlzod, and lndlvldtia
Itcflilom unnecessarily and opprutrlvely
Til B CON011KS310N AL CON V UN
TION. Tlio Democratic: congressional cou
vention nt Anna, on tlio 3d inst. wns n
buoocss a success in point of members
niid in tha result of ila labors.
Ufa tnio tlioro wna in its jnomber
Miip ft certain turbulent olciuunt that
nttcmptod to carry mattcro rrith n high
hand and crash out 'every person who"
was unwilling to accept its crudo ideas
of politics and npplud ( j'(h candidate.
Tills clement vth'a Vrfmaricnblo rnthcr
for its physical than its intellectual do-1
volopmcnt, and socmcd to boliovo that
thcro was wore virtue in musclo than
''fling ll.it I 11. 1 r .1
O. W. R. Uorlia, Jos. Wamslcy,
II. Tncfccr, L. P. Stalcup.
Hoverly Wiltshiro, O. L. Spencer,
John H. Hhaunon, Kd. Kavannugh,
Wm. Uuokmnn, 0. M. Wliculcr,
Doilrich Hcitman, Geo. W. WaKcrn,
0, (5. (lorc J. Chestnutffood.
0. 1'. Jlajjjjotl, Jlcnry llandlcman,
Hugh Androvru, Jlat. atokes,
Joint JiiclrJ AV. 0. Dondor,
Paul Miller, Oco. Cox,
J. P. Mcliain. , ,
- WLMAMBOrT.' '
J. D. V. JoiiuiuK, A. U: Kolaon,
It. M. Hundloy, U. II. Donuisson,
W.J.rully, 11. M. Allen,
; ' tl.O."V.Uoddard.
Ct.V!. Andrews, W, A. Lemma,
Jno. M. ltobiuson, S. N. 'NVoht,
Win. Uradloy, Jeremiah Urct,
P. U. Albright, A. 0. Davin.
Tho report was adopted and formally
Mr Murphy, fC Vatrjijiioved that
tho convention now proceed to tho
nomination of a enndidato for conrciH.
ilr. Lemma, of Jaolcgon, nominated
Hon. H. U.. Washburn.
dr. Androws, of Union, notninatod
Col. It. 11. Towncs)' "
Mr. CorliH, of Maaaac, nominated
lion. W. J. Allen.
Mr. Wiltshire, ofllandolph, nomin
ated Hon. Wui. llartzol.
Mr. WJI4011 movod that tho first vote
bo iriforrual and booutilfcs.' Adopfod.'
'II10 roll, was callud with tho follow-
.... a 1
AioxaaUer 6 j
Winiamaon j votoi
majority dominated, and tho couven
tion was hormoniou nnd wiso in itfl do-
libutionn. 1 .
Tiio ilalform . of . rio , &'progJoId
Opposition , convention was adopted,
mm wm. unrizoi, Jigii., ot itamlolpli
county, wna nominated. Mr. llartzol
i n Kontlomaii of considerable ability
and of indefatigable energy. Ou tlio
lump ho is ofieotivcjiMHl has a hott of
Iricnds in tho majority of tho counties
of thS diatriot. Ho will m:ko u thor
r.J;h canvass, nud is conlident of kuo
ticss. In Cairo and AJexandor county
ho will receive tho rntiro Domocratio
and Jiibcral vote, nud tho voted 0 not
n few HvpuMibang.
uon.'Aym. n autzkl k om-
Oflicinl Jlopbrb of tlio Procootl-
At tho hour designated in thu call
tho l)omocrn'tiPhongTi&ioTial coiivuu
lion or tho JJightcoiilh district of llli
noiV,. ,waa, oallcd to order by llof.
TJiomas WilsoifJ chairman of tho cen
On motion of John 11. Shannon, of
Randolph, lion. N. 11. Oatioy, of
1'ukaVi, was elected president of tho
convention, and MosBrs..John H.Hhan
non and K. 1J. Watkins wore appointed
to conduct Mr. CaBoy to tho chair.
On motion of Hon. Win. Murphy,
of Terry, Chas. L. .Spencer, of Hon
doljih, waB clcctod Hccrctary.
Hon. Geo. W. Wall, of Perry
moved that a committco of three on
crodentialu bo appointed. Carried.
Tho chair uamod Mosiw. Wall, of
Perry, Shannon of Jiandolph, nud
t'orlls of Massac, cuid committee.
Alter u bnct ubseuco tho committee
m credentials reported that it had ox
miiinoq crououtiais and found nil tho
oounlioH rcprcscutod, and that tlm f,.l.
lowing gontleweu wero entitled to Feats
111 tho convention :
1 . AI.EXANl)i:it,
Thomas Wilson, .1. 11. Mulcahoy,
P. i!ro, . I). Arter,
, W. II. Smith.
W. K. Murphy, Goo. W. Wall,
H. H. Itushiug, Itobt. NiuhoUon,
John Kerr, J. L, Murphy.
0)un. Clark, jaB. Viiigard,
1'. V. Field.
X J. Casey, 0. Kdsou,
Total ,... ......... ..
for Town as
Union.... U vote
Upon inotiou the. first formal ballot
was takon, (Mr. Washburn .being with-
lrawtA with tho following result ;
virst voaMAr. nLior.
For Hartzei ' J'"
,jk.On motiou the following Cutrsl
Uommittco was appointed :
ltandolph Beverly Wiltshim ;
Parry E. 11. Kusher ; ,
, Williamson 0. W. Goddard ;
Jackson G. W. Androws;
Union Hugh Andrews;
Johnson I. N. Picrco ;
Massac J. W. Thrift ;
Pope D. If. Field ;
Pulaski Obcd Kdjou ;
Alexander John H. Obcrly ;
At Large Judgo P. Uross, Cairo.
. CO1.011EI) BCIIOOI.H.
Col. Watklus. of PuluBki. offered
I the following resolution :
lUtohad, Thattha otTtot of tb act of
tho gsnoral aiiembly of Illinois, at tlit
lait'sciiion laoreai, niiii(i, "An aci 10
protect tlia colortd children In their rights
to attoad tho publlo ichooli," will ko In
imical to ths Interests of tho negro, and
rotro(;rfitiTa to white civilization.
Mr. Oborly, not a member of 'he
convention, roso and stated that while
a momher of tho' legislature, he had
voted lor tho bill referred to in tho
resolution, and nsked permission to
addrcsii tho convention before the
adoption of tho rosolution.
On motion thu request was granted.
Air. Oborly tlion defended his vote
Cor tho bill, ami oxplafncd its provis
At tho oonolusion of Mr. Oberly'a
address, on motion of Mr. Wilson, of
Aloxander, tho convention without
taking a vote upon Mr. Watkins' res
Tho representative convention for
the Fifty-first district mot nt Concort
hall immediately after the adjourn
ment of the congressional convention.
Tho convention was callod to order
by Mr. T. F. llouton, chairman of the
district, qcntral committee, and A. D
Norris, of Union, appointed chairman
and T. P. llouton, ol Union county,
The secretary read tho call, when a
commiltoo, consisting of Metcalf,
or Alexander, llouton of Uuiou,
and Dishou, of Jaokson counties
was appointed to examine the
credentials. They roportcd all O K.
A motion was made and oarried that
an informal ballot be taken.
Nominations being in order tho fol
lowing gontlomon wero named :
v... umston, Alexander; S. 8.
uonuon, union; v. w. jni.r;i,t f
INFOBUAL 1! ALLOT.
pect much from me in this way ; but
1 will work to the very best of my
ability for tho success of tho whole
ticket. As it is getting lato I will not
detain you with a speech.
Again thanking the convention Mr.
Winston retired amid cheers. Ho was
alterwards warmly congratulated by
Mr. Albright was called for, not be
ing present,) a motiou wbb made to ad
journ aud was carried.
Mmo. Bazaino, a Great Little
.. 6 "
Total , t ! i
Prry U votes
Williamson ..m,...,......., 7
'. JacksonJ . ....W. .. MW..A V " .
Matiac 4 11
l'ulaskl 4 "
Total , 20 11
Union ...j.,!.., 0 votes
HEC'ONl) DAI. LOT.
Randolph 10 votes
Jackion , , 3 n
Alexandor..V.l.'". & "
.Massac. ..f... 1,
M MM IWtl
Union y votes
F01 llartzol .
,1.. 0 ' "
.... 6 "
... 6 '
'Winston m.....'...IO votes
Condon.,,,,. 1.. ....16
" Albright 1C
Upon tho. announcement of tho re
sult a wrangle ocourrod in tho Union
county dolcgation. Mr. Drown de
clared that there were three men
among them that would not vote for
Condon and said that he disputed the
right of tho chairman of tho delega
tion to cast an entire vote. For hi
part, he'wantod to voto for T. II. Crow
After some cross-firing, and an expla
nation from tho chiarman of the dele
gation, who paid that at their county
convention a resolution was offered and
passed, almost unanimously, instruct
ing tho delegates to voto for Condon,
aud as Mr. Drown did not object at
wiai iime, no inougu tins was a poor
place nnd time for him to find fault.
Tho chair decided that it 'was some
thing that did not concern tho conven
tion and the delegation uhould settle
its own difficulties.
Oo motion n formal ballot was taken
with tho following result :
Winston m 25 votes
Condon ; 10 ii
Crow..-. 1 11
For Alloa . e-m -yv r .
-Williamson t:....Zf... ! J .rf..7( votes
Jackson U 11
Union , 4 11
For llarlzel- ,
Ferry....v ,y. .,
Aloxandor ', s.
... 6 "
For Allen , ,
Williamson 1 .,
.iaoi.100 .-.: : ,.
, 7 votes
, 3 "
Massao . 41!
Total ..,.,....,...,. .2
Dcioro 1110 result 01 tno ballot was
nunouneod Col. Hundloy withdrew
Judge Allon from 'tho'ebrive'ntibn.
ObjcotioDH wero raisodj and Judge
Aiion appeared and formally declined
Ihen, upon motion, Wm. llartzol
was nominated by acclamation with
Mr. Hartzei was Introduced and
maduashortand eloquent upoeoh ao
ccptiog the nomination.
Ho was followed by Judco Alln
aud Col. Towucs in brif .,1,1
On motion the Btate nUiform xvB
nWinston was doelared the nominee
of the convention which announcement
was rccelvod with applauses.
Albright 32 votos
Deforo Alexander county voted
motion was made that Albright bo do
dared nominated by acclamation
Mr. Douton, of Union, movod that
oontral cominittoo, composed of Iwo
from oaoh county and ono at larger, bo
appointed. Tins: was sooonded and
adopted. Tho following, selected by
tno chairman ot tho Fevoral county do
legations wero named :
Alexandor U. V. Dlake, J. G
Jaokson P. Dishan, Josoph Cully.
union uilvcr Hill. T. M. Ferine
At Largo T. P. Douton, of Union
Dlako, of Aloxandor, mado a motion
that this convention re-affirm tho plat
(iorm resolutions pasacd by tho Domo-
crat Htato Convention. Carrlod.
Loud calls were mado for Winston
. Thin gentleman, being present, was
loudly cheered and made a short ad
Gentlkmkn ov thk Convention
1 return my sincere thanks for the
honor conferred. When my friends of
'tioxanuornnu otuor counties, lirnanhml
.1... 1 . ... '
urn suojeci 01 unnging iny name
boforo this convention and wih tn
know if I would run If nominal,! r
dissuaded them, believing that some
ouo better could bo aolooted. They,
thinking otherwise I oonsontod. I nm
no spcech-maker, no you need not ex-
The Paris corrcioudcnl of the N. Y
Times lurnishen a ri'porl of tho escape or
oi-Marshal Uazalue, uhleh presents many
Intorestlug points nul belore published.
Wo clip the most striking passages :
A short time ago, or aflar the ex-Marshal
had been soinu seven months ic
prison, Minn. Barstne asked MacMahon
to chaneo tho penalty Into exile for life,
nnd while ha would have gladly done so,
If he could with safety, or wllbout rais
ing popular clamors against him, the
i'raildant felt oblltr.d to dtvllno thu pll-
lion at this lime. It was nul until this
and otV '"'"P" L1 tailed that the
ilan ofctcaplng was accepted by Uazoino.
Is was ureed 10 ll by his wife, who
pleadod with him dally, and who used
one very strung argument. In France,
she said, revolutions were frequent, and
one might bunt upon the country at any
moment. 11 ins nauicais were to suo-
ceed to power again, by any chance, tho
first act of tho new Government would bo
to slga the death warrant ot liaialne.
Although tnis is an exaneoration, tbero
can be no manner of doubt that his life
would be In danger. It was by constant
pleading with him that tho faithful wife
anally won his consent to leavo the island.
Mom of the journals pretend that ho was
on parole, but this is absurd. A prisoner
dees set promise not to escape unless ho
gets tome privileges in return, and Be
aalne hat had none whatever, lie ban
been constantly subjected to rigid prison
discipline, hat never boen allowed to walk,
except upon the parapet, teme ten feet
square, and has been refused nearly all
the privileges he hat ever demanded. lie
had a right to escape, therefere, ir he could,
hut whether it was good policy to do so
it a question which can hardly be decided
at this time.
All the arrangements for the escape
bad been comploted a week ago, and the
parties concerned only awaited a favor
able moment for ,'oarryiag their plan Into
execution, uoi. vueiie, uazaine 1 raun
ful friend, the man who tat by his tide
auring nit trial and wbo asked 10 suare
hit oaplivlly, thut giving up hit awn
hopot of advancement, wat not allowed to
sleep on the island, but wat created the
privllego of coming over a few hourt each
day. lluring the winttr Unit. Kazalne
and her children had been upon the Island,
but owing to the unhealthy air ot tummt
they had to be tent away; At lint, liar
oeuld no longer be confined In the
'!' u""'.'" uard, b wat allowed to
Visit Eur husdand at stated nerlodi onlr.
and farced lo procure a permit in ad
vanoe. On Saturday the made her usual
villi, and It wtt on blainra7 night that
Bazatae escaped. The eare of the pris
oner wat confided to only four guards,
drawn from the company of ono hundred
men, which comprised the garrison. At
night a squad of mon clsketed before the
gales of the fortress. Upon the side of
the tea there it a perpendicular descent
or thirty meters, nearly thirty-five yards,
and at this side Is narow, Ao spot wat
round for placing a tentlnul. The Jguard
naa to in area upon tno otnor angle, at
tome distance from this tolerable safe
point. Indeed.to the enormous size of the
prisoner, and hit advanced ago, It Wat
thought Impossible for him to esoape from
tblt dangerous point. Moreover, at in
the case of Bochofort, and the Commun
ists of Noumea, It appears that the Gov
ernment counted upon tbarki,wlth which
the watert aro filled, to guard the tea tide
of the cattle.
On Sunday the Marshal had passed the
groater part of the afternoon upon the
narrow parapet, pacing up and down with
Colonel Vilette; but toon alter tho de
parture of tho latter Bazalne went to hit
roem, and In a short time retired. About
10 o'clock the oommandant made hit
usual visit, finding his plrtoner In bed,
Tho guard had been til, and the
picket was alto visited. It was a1
dark and ttormy night, the mistral
howling about the fortress, and raltlnz
menacing white caps upon the tea, and the
black oloudt haaclne low In the tkr.
giving promise of rain. Although a
steamer had been signalled lust at dark.
the commandant fell that the conditions
of tho night wero favorable to reposo,
and after teolnr all things In order he,
too, retired. What then palled could
only be divined. It Is known to-day that
about 7:80 on Sunday evening Mmo. Ba
zatae hired a boat, and accompanlod by
very young man, ttarted out for a row.
A Oroltette fliherman recognized the
lady, and taw her palling an oar with fe-
vorisu anxiety, and steering toward Bainte
Marguerite. The boat was toon lott
to tight It was vory dark
when the boat came upon the
Island, where Mme. Baralno and her com
panion muit have lain for teveral hourt
toned about hy the ttorm. Meanwhile,
the Marshal had arlian, and arter having
attached hit knotted rope to the Iron ban
of the window, had let hlmielf down thti
giddy helt-ht. The rone wat found there
in the morning, and bearing eleven frtsb
bltod italni uptn It to ihow thai the de
scent wat not effected without danger. At
the small boat had to be kept beyond the
turf, Bstainehad to swim in foriome.dii
Unce; but he wat Boon drawn In by hit
eourtageoui and loving wife, and the boat
wu quickly pulled off to the iteamir. Tba
next snornlog theltallaneoatt wat reached
and Bazalnt lately landed at Saint Itemo.
It wat not until the ntxt moraW that
the guard had any Intimation of the et
capo of their nrlsoner. but It aeemi
linage that no one on tha liland ahonld
have seen either lha boat oloia under tha
welli or the ittamer only a ihort dlitance
The vouni? man who aoeomnanlad
Mme. Bazaina was a mamhar of her fam.
II V, a young Mexican by the name or Rull.
He has tevtral times cmtieit off lha lilin 1
in a itsaai vaeti but ll was oalr tha ntfcur
day that the martbal eeuld be penuadtd
to leave. Col. Vlllette waited at Ctnnei
until the newt arrived, when ha starUH
far 1'arlt to ttste what he knew, but
arretted before arriving. lie It now la
elose connflemeat at Grette,
THACKKKAY AT DJILMONICO'8.
From Itarpit'i Magazine for Septeiaberl
11 wat lata In December, a briahL aham
morning, ud the walk f rota my room lo
ueimoalco't wu lninlrltlnr. Wa mat In
Dtlmontoo't narlor. some elf ht or ten or
ui-ine Uowadjl, I think, wat one and
waited Until Thackarav. who wat ttonnln
at the Olaredon name. I wat introduond
to him Informally. lie gave me the grip
of hit hearty hand and we Jproceeded to
mo creakresl room. 1 target bow we
wero place! at the table, nor doei It mat
ter It wai Thackeray that I came to
see that I with to remember not my
right or loft-hand man, who, I havo no
doubt, was an author or an artlit, It was
tho author of ''The Newcomes" that I
wished to hear talk, As I am not a gour
mand. I cannot remember whether tliu
oysters wero large or small, nor thu urdor
In whloh Ibo wlnei woro brought on,
though 1 romeiubor that tho proper nrdur
wai dlicdieed whllo wo woro lipping thoai.
Breakfait over and It wai a lung ono
we lijhtbd our cigars, changed chairs
with each olhor, and chatted In groups of
twot or threot. 1 took an amply chair
botlde Thackeray, at he motioned mo to
do, defecting, no doubt, the admiration
that I foil for him. and wo had a ploniant
chat, lie had no (do that I hoped to be a
man of lottert lomo day, to we lalkmlt
like mon of tho world, on whatevor .opic
Something that I had raid about theat
ricals (I was a dramatlo crltio nt the tlinu)
lod him to tay that ho.hadlwrltton a come
dy, whicn he had left in AVnliter'i hands
I think it was Webster's, though It mny
havo been Wigsn'l with but unall chance
of its acceptance. I very honestly told
him that 1 could not undorstand how ho
should have a play rufuiod. lie said ho
hould have a play refuiod. He laid he
could; ho had so many things ducliued
"Vanity Fair"for examplo; buiidoi, he
added, thoro might be lomo defect In the
play which would provonl Its (uceenfiil
Dumai wai montlonod, and I noticed
that In ipoaklug of Thackeray gavo lilt
nano tho Hnanlth and not tha French pro
nunclnts. Ilo had chatted Dumai, I n
motubor, In the 'l'aris Ukotcli Hook," but
It was for his dramas, nut lilt uovols.
1 asked him what ha thought of the Istlor,
OinOClallV "Motlta Clhrl.cn" ....I ,,'m. ..
Throo Guardiraon." No ono over display
ed, ho thought, such prodigality of invun-
i. fur hlmielf be wai
tion as Dumas
weary of reading "Les Trols
The exact languago in which Thackoray
ox rinsed hit admiration far limn.,. I,..
pasted from recollection, but thesubitanre
of it, afterward took this farm in nrint:
"Of your heroic heroes 1 think. our friend
Moaielgneur Athot Comto be la From, Ii
my favorite. I have read about him from
luniet with the utmoit contontmont of
mind. I havopasiod through many volum
ei forty? fifty 7 1 wish from my heart
there were a hundred tnore,and would
never lre of him rescuing prisoners,
puniihing ruffians, and running scoundrel!
through the midriff with his uioit gfacetul
rapier. Ah I Athos, l'orlhos and Aratuis,
you are a magnificent trio I"
Tho feeling with which Thackeray In
spired me wat extravagant, 1 luppoimJ,
but it wai vary ilncere. I felt toward him
as he felt toward Sbaketpeare: 'J I .should
like to have been Sbaketpeare,! shoeblack,
Just to have lived in hit house, Just to
have run on his errands, and soon Hint
tweet, rerene face." Bomebody Interrupt
ed our chat; wo separated, shook hands
when tho company dispersed, and I
never met Thackeray again.
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WaHUINOTOM. AU. 31. 1H7S A ,,ll. J.
tio inrermation watracaivnd bvth.
offloe Uepartment to-day to the effect that
tra ia r nuay a train on tho Alabam
1 Uliattatiuuea rauruaa .a i.
moans of false ilgnalt, near York .Station
Alabama, and tnat Immediately upon
uaiwtig, 11 was ooarued and taken posses
non 01 Dy a band ofarmod mon, who shot
uown me coioredimau agent, without pro
vocation and in cool blood. (Congressman
ftiaomma, wno arrived bero to
aay.-oonurmt tnit ttory, and addt much
moro 01 ino tame tort. Ilayt was
private in the reble army, but tinea th
war tint Deon a Republican, and hat bin
oieciea to wongren several timet by me
joruti ranging at high ai ten to twelve
thousand. Ho tays that although hla dis
trict will give on a full voto about twelve
snouanu iwspuoiioan majority, made up in
u0 ni.iu vi uuiuiau Tuies,jet men la tlio
roign 01 terror inaugurated there by tho
late reble element, that " If an elnctioa
ihould be hold to-morrow, he Ii confldenl
mat dodo nut wuito votos would bo poled.
lie itatet that never In tho last ton yean
hai llfo been 10 insecure, or rrooipeooh 10
u..i,jr iiuuraciicaoie in Aianama ai now,
CoDLTfliiman Polham. nfthn mi.i.
who mado hlmielf particularly obnoxioua
L.;r "uuri " voiing ior tno civil righle
bill, was compelled to leavo hit district in
the night, pltotod hy a negro guide, walk
ing ton mllos rrom his hotel to a railroad
itation. A large body of men ca'iuo to his
uowi, armea ana tnreatenlng, and had hi
not boen warned of his dani-fir lm I, ivnH
dont ho would havo been killed. Stopping
.. . ,u. .m. , towiia 10 ma uiatrlct,
the poitmatter refuted to ontorUln him,
exouselng hlmteir by laying that If he
ihould take him in ho reared that both
hoit and guett would be murdered.
Judge Marlln.Slxlh Auditor, recently
vlsltedjhli homo In Alabama, but loft bur-
i..jr, lounng, aa ne alleged, mat he wai
&'"' pufsonai uanger, becauio be is
ijiapaisnoi were reoeived horo to-day,
laieing mat on yesterday a body of
oa wnue men turroundmi &
onurcn, in x.ee county, Alabama, while
lervltes wero in progress, and without the
ugciesi provocation ired Into the ooagre
Ration, killing four person! out right In
addition to these things, the Alabamlans
wo nones to leu or the Intimidation of
doio wniio and colored Repupilnan
tpeaken, the whltet bolne; viilted at thler
hotels by armed men, and warned not to
tpeak, and tho colored orators bolnir
driven from tho platform In full view of
their audiencos, by the tame moans, the
forogolngi are vouched for as given a true
picture of tbeitateof allairi in Ala
bama, by partleiof responsibility and
UlCSKRVKS ' CRKDIT.
Wo believe In giving the devil hit duet,
and consequently accord the oltlzont or
Memphis dUO Codlt for ifcnlr ir,.U.
denunolatlng of the lata negro murderere
in Gibson county. A large moeting was
held, Jut Friday night, at which ipeechet
wore made by ex-Governor Ilarrii. Jntrur.
ton Davis, General Farroat andi Othnra
and reiolutlont were adopted calling fur '
uo qrompi ana energetio eniorcement of
ine law agalnit the cowardly aitaailnt. In
the meantime, the governor hat offered a
reward for their oapturo, and report! itate
uai iirenoous euoris are maaing 10 ac
complsh that reiolt. l'oorla Tranicript.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
vmu lTec. IJAlllU. II.l.S
SJripoi'ltl attuntlou given to
menu ami tllllm; ordem.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3VTo. UO OHlo Love
A man lutcudlui; to do liuui llfLU lllliul
. . ....... ,..,.n.
ursi prepare hlmseir to meet tho re
iiiiiniiupuworniH cuslomors : ncxl hi.
ici every posslhlo or urol.nliln
t-umoiiHTKiiow that bo In so prepared.
In u vory small pluce ho muy TKLLulI
the people what ho cundo. Innlargo
"""f pnnica Handbill, iinni,-
v..t,.ir, properly distributed, yin
rmcarions, but WIIOEVF.lt IS IX
PLACE LARGE EXOIIGH To sm
Iimtm t imr
AUt a nr.nSl'Al EK Wil l. I'lVn
PUiHuf" wni('u'10 A,)1KSS'rHE
M. R KUEHNE,
Tuning ami repairing or Urgans, 1'lauoa
and Mtlodeont neatly dono.
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And a Goueral Assortment nf
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ng the clans ol work ila nir,.
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
Kctliiier nud Wliolesulo Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUOKS AND 1VINES.
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CAIRO, .... jLis
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
THK FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL
SESSION of Studies In the
ST. LOUIS UNIVHKSITY
Will begin on
MONDAY, MEPTF.MUEIt ,7th, 1371.
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