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f WILLIAM 3IARTZEE.
rr3T Tht restoration of gold and illvcr
tto baata 1 Hie currency ; tbo resumption
oi specie payments as toon ai possible with
out dtawterto tor business of tho country,
by steadily opposing inflation and by tlio
payment cf the national indebtedness In tlio
kJBoaey.pt tbe-vlUsed world.-,
Sscostd fte commerce 'no tariff for anv
other purpose but're venttsi.
..OWplsdlvIdual liberty and opposition
to kiispttury laws,
rt-Tl.glit jmd iliftyVof tbo
Stale to protect IU citizens from extortion
and. unjust discrimination by chartered
Finn Ulgld restriction ot tbe govern
mtnt, both Stato and National, totholeglt
ltnate domain of political power by exclud
lag therefrom all cxccutlvo and legislative
internoddlug '.With tho' affairs of ;oclcty
whereby monopollei aro. fostered, prlvll
edged, lascsi aggrandized, and indlvidua
freedom unnecessarily and opprclvcly
f. POLITICAL DIRECTORY.
vTt, following , Control C
sfjanppofnted'By' fiio bpul'
eitu)ai convention-' 'that met
Mound City, Auguat 13, 1871 :
rAlmodar county.'.G. Wt MoKealg j
Johnson, A J Jden
Pope, U.D. Baker ;
PolasH,Qeorg W.Mortz, Sr.:
Kaadolph, D. U. McMaatara ,
Union, R.U. Btinson:
VYilliamaonj MUo Brwln.
X0, feJJowjDg Central Committco
Trs.Oyfntod by thojlcpublkaa con
wntjon of the fiftieth seuato'na! is
triet; held at Mound City, August 1.')
Alaxandar county, E. E, "Walbridge j
Jackson, Ezra B. l'ollott :
Union, T. H. Phillips.
mo uemocratio congressional
onvention, held at Anna, September
rril?L the tollowmg Central Com
mrtUe for tho KiBliteenth district was
Kai'dolpb, Bevorly IViltshlre!
Perry, E.B., Rusher;
WUlkaionrG.W. Goddard; i
Jkion, G. W.Androwa; ,
Ualoa,, Hugh Andrews ;
- JotnlonVL N. Pierce;
Massac, J. W. Thrift;
Popo, D. B. Pleld ;
Pulaski, Otd Jidaon ;
Alexindar, John H. Obarly ;
, At Large, Judge F. Bros, Cairo.
..Thi). following oxecutivo committee
far "Union county was appointed by
tha Demoeratio bounty convention that
aet in Jonosboro, August 24, 1871 ;
Judgs, 14.0. Crawford;
O. V. UU1.
Tho loUowing Btuto comnntteo was
appointed by tbo Democratio-Opposl
tied convention, at Springfield, August
1st District. Egbert Jameson, Chicago
2i DbUieVWm. J.Ouaban, Chicago
3d District, V. II. O. Wlnton, Chicago
4th District, A. M. Ifarrington.Oenova.
6th District, Wm. "Wright. Froeport.
6th District, J. B. Drake, Bock Island.
7th District, Geo. tV. Havens, Ottawa.
BJh. jDUtrict, Washington K. Cook,
Oth District Ohas. P. King, Pooria.
10th District, David E. Held, Carthage.
lUhDIttrlct, J. M. Bush, Pittafleld.
i,tr!el K' 1,1 Merrill, Springfield.
18lh.DlsUicl, John A. Mallory.UaVana.
?2lhlltr0, J- llu,,,y. Obimpalgn
16th Distrlat, N, O. P ison. Etllngl
ISA DWrot, O. D. Holies, Greenville.
iia !, r. ii. Jtrorao, Edwards
18th District, W. H. Groan, Cairo.
10th District, James P.Boblnson.Olnoy.
At Large, N. B. Millar, Chicago.
At Large, K. W. Townaend, bhawnee
town. At Large, Win. Brown, Jacksonville.
Ir. Hrown was elected chairman 0f
'Xbo loUowlng central Committco
was ppoinlcd by tho Democratic con
ventioo'of Aloxander county, at Cairo
Aueuat 23, 1874: '
Clear Croek, Tbomu J. McClure
SosM 'Island, O. Greenloy.
Dog Tooth, N. Hunaackor.
lUxlawood, Jamas X. McCrlto.
Thehaa, J.O. Bolwlng.
fusUJTf. J-W. Banfrow.
UBttr.lf.-J. Mllford. '
m Sf.".9,t0' J H'MateiUM Harrell,
T W HalHday and Janus Carroll. '
ittmth tUn, Johs H. Gosawan, John
B,yfrf. J),PI" nd Dr. D.'Artor.
Tht folltirlng Oanlral Commitleft
was nnpoinlodhy tlio Dcniocrallc-l.lb
cral oonvcution that met at Anua,
Soptctnbcr 4, 187-1, and nominated
candidates for tho lofcislaliiro in tlic
Fiftieth Senatorial District
Atoxandor, 15 K Blako, .1 U Lynch.
Jackson, 1' DIsbon, .loioph Cull)-.
Union, Oliver 11111, T at Forlno.
At Largo, T F Douton, of Union.
lUntzsLL li the coming congressman
Mrs. Fhsd Grant was bom In Louis
Old 11111 Allon It now called tbo next
President of tbo United States.
(Jot.. PitEDEnicK Chant met Jilts Ho
nore, now bis bride, by chance, tbo usual
"Mr. Olevixnts attomptod to grab with
the ether boys. Logan told bim to do so,
and Is ho not fondly John's own?
Tin: Democrats hnvo elcctod tbo whole
congressional dologatlon in 'West Vir
ginia. Tidal wave.
Old Dtclc Richardson Is a gentleman
who -fonts war paint. lie bas Just do-
nounccd lion. I. K. Morris as a corrupt
rascal and a known liar.
Mrt. Rkavks continues to labor for.tbo
removals tbo capital from Washington
to St. Louis. Ho was the lending spirit
at tWato Louisville oplll-'""'c"'
Wmtxbh In tho Wow York Jlorald
hare proved to tholr own satisfaction that
Shakspcaro did not wrlto tbe plays oi
Shakspoaro, and that Uacon did.
The Clements men are cursing and
abusing tbo Germans. They used to
praise thorn and call thorn our most esti
mable fellow -citlzons of German birth.
Jilt. 'JL'iiom proposos to remain in tho
addlo until election day, and be wishes it
to bo distinctly understood that bo is a
present farmer and an ex-lioutenant.
The Grant-llonoro wedding at Chicago
was a crand affair. Shoddv shouo ra-
plendent nt it. the younir pooplo waro
happy and tho President gracious.
Mr. Tuonr informs tbe pub (bat bo,
was a lleutontant in t- lBth Illinois In.
fantry, and calls upon bis old comrades in
arms to rally to bis support at lbs ballot
Tux Jtopubllcans of Pennsylvania aro
frightened. Thoy bellevo tbo political
upheaval that manifested itself in Ohio'
and Indiana a fow days ago, will shatter
their power on tbo 3d of November.
Mr. IUiuy.ell is becoming atrongor
vary day. Tbo Indications now aro
that bo will defoat Mr. Clements by n ma
jority of flvo hundred vote;. Homo of hit
friends boliove his majority will bo a
thousand or Cfteon hundred.
We ftltompted to say yosteiday, that
Mr. Clements tad pledged hlmsolf to ut
least two citizens of Jackson county,
wbosi names wo could give, that he would
vote against tho civil tlghu Ml thut bo
was oppotod to it. Tbo rascally printor
made us lay "ton" instead of "two."
"ULi Kopubllcan" wishes Mr. Popo to
leu mm what bocama of tbo campaign
fund of 1872. We are confident Mr. Popo
used it to good advantage, and not Im
properly, as mo Jlopublicant understand
tuch matters, but ho it a bashful gentle
man, and may therefore rofuso to aceonv
modato our correspondent.
Tiis Sparta PJalndoalor says that "when
you measuro Hartzell with tbo standard of
a congressman, you will And him consid
erably thort at one end." Measuring a
candidate with a standard of any kind is
difficult business, but wo aro suro Hartzell
will stand tbo test bottor than Clements.
It is not denied that, when you measuro
Clements wilh the standard of a congress
man, you And him considerably short at
Jackson county bas two candidates for
tbo legislature. Union has threo. and
Alexander ono. Alexander should cer
tainly havo ono of tho dolegatlon in tho
legislature from this senatorial district.
Kvon Jackson and Union will admit this;
but tboy aro acting Uko counties that be-
llevo Alexander should be Unrepresented.
It tbo Jackson and Union county peoplo
wish to "toto fair" with us lby will bnlp
us olect Col. Winston.
WHAT BECAME OF IT?
CAino, October 22, 1B7J.
Editor Uolletix Dkak Sin: Always
anxious for light, and especially at this
time, in tbo peculiar position in which wo
aro now placed, under charges of corrup-
nuii uy wnai you call derisively our
"Cairo King,'' I would Uko P. H. Popo to
rise and explain what disposition was
mado of tho campaign fund in 187. I,
with other llopubllcans, rosponded in
funds for tho erection of wigwam, uni
forms, lamps, &c . and whon tho campaign
wat finished thcro was a debt on ua that
was paid by subscription. "Want tbe fig
ures. Thoy don't lie.
THE LEGISLATIVE COjNTBST.
If tho Domocrata and Liberals of this
tonatorlal district stand by their nomlneos,
Musrs. 'Winston and Albright will bo
elocted; but thora seems to bo somo uneasl
ness among the frlonds of tboso gontlo
men. Tho number of candidates in tbe
Hold and tto fact that each elector may
cast three votes for ono porson, has led to
a.'k1.1!01 that ullW Mr' WinUm or Mr.
Albright may be defeated. Tharo Is, how-
no rcMOI fear this result, pro
v ded tbo frlonds of tbcto gentlemon di
'Ida their votet fairly between tbem. The
BW i,, tbat Mr. Albright's friends
may 'p umpv bl(0i Bna wj
. ,,1TUmP,"h,m' lntbl. event ther.
It no telling what tbe result mav ba.
Ma. 7.. L. Whitk. Vtha WAR IH.nl anntl.
by the Now York Trlbnno to Investlgata
the lata outraget In Alabama
Googrotiman Hayi, hat madobts report.
Haro la hit summing up: "It will thus
be toen that, oxpopt tbo assassination of
Billings and I toy, in ftumtor county,
every report includiul in Mr. Hays' letter
that hat been investigated, including moro
than throe-fourths Of all of thorn', has
turned out to bo untrue, and in tho major
ity of ciio, Mr, Hays know bis ttato
ments wuro lies whon ho wrote tliom."
Mr. Wblto is well known In Now York
fi a gentleman of intelllgenco and the
highest integrity. Ho was instructed to
investigate closoly and toll tho wholo
truth, no matlor npon whom tbo blame
shall fall. His lottors, like tboso printod
In tbe New York Times and every other
Journal that did not send mon Into Ala
bama commissioned to manufacture falio
boods.'proro Hays to bo a common liar,
who Hod knowingly, and for no worthier
purposo than that of omblttoring tbo
North against tho Houtb.
MB. T HUM MI ST A K K N.
Mr.iThorp, the Farrnor candidate for
tho leglilaturc, In his peculiar address to
tho public says: 'Tho nominating con
veutlons that havo heretofore usiomblod
bavo Ignored tbo clnlms of tho farmers to
be represented In tho Icglstaturo by at
least ono of their own numbor, and have,
without exception, aolootoa lawyers as
candidates to roprosont tho district."
Mr. Thorp Is mlstakon. Tbo Domo
cratlo convention noinlniJ Ool. U. Win
tlan, ot C'olro, nl ho It not lawyer. H
Im tho fortunato or unforlunato uvvnor of
a farm n fow milts above this city on tbo
Ohio rivor, and has as much Interest as
Mr. Thorp can havo In agricultural prbi-l
porlty. It is not, wo bellovc, n crime to
bo a Uwyor, but it Is not fair to attempt
rob Col. Winston of tbo credit he may
obtain in tbo rural districts by not bolng
a momber of the legal fratornlty. The
colonel is horny handed, and Mr. Thorp
snail noldeprivo him of bis agricultural
cbaractor. His intorcsts aro identical
with tboso of Mr. Thorp, and that gentle
man should, by all means, cast throo votes
for him. By doing to Mr. Thorp might
atono for bis moannosa in attempting to
comb tbohaysocd out of Mr. Winston's
liair, and would thus contribute to the
election of agoutleman who would mako a
much abler representative than Thorp can
over hupo to become
OL.MENTS' B1VEH HOBBY.
Mr. OlemonU It attempting to mako
much political capital of hfs efforts to ob
tain an appropriation for tho Improve
ment of tho Grand Chain, ond talks
long and loud about tho necessity ot im
proving the navigation of both tbo Ohio
and Mississippi rivort. "Mako naviga
tion bolow Cairo, on tho Mississippi, sarc
and Cairo will toon become a great and
prosperous city," Mr. Clements romarks
in nearly all his apeocbes. Wo agroa with
bim that tho improvement of tbo great
rivort flowing past Cairo Is a consumma
tion dovoutly to bo wlsbod: but tboro is
something olao necessary to the up-bulld
ing of Cairo. Our prosperity must cotno
from tbo South. There aro our custom
ers. Wo need not say that Kndical mis
rule has impoverished them has robbed
thorn of their wealth and crippled tholr
anergics. Mr. Clomonts Is in part respon
sible for this condition of affairs, and
cannot cover bis responsibility by riding
tho rlvor-imprnvomcnt hobby. The poo
plo of Southern Illinois owo It to them
solves to do wbot thoy can to roliove the
Houth or tho Incubus of Judical domina
tion, so that that section of tbo Bopublio
may again bocomo prosperous. Thy
should commonco tha work by rotlring
SOBIBNEIt'S MONTllLiY FOB NO
VEMBER 'Pictures from Florida' fs tho title of
tho 'Groat South' papor in Scribner't for
Novembor. Tbo illustrations aro numer
ous and striking, and tho information with
regard to tbo raising of fruit and the
health-giving qualitios of tho cllmato Is
interesting and timely. A curious little
Illustrated papsr in tho same numbor tolls
about tho colobrated Ilomnn Catholic
'Mlraolo of Lourdes.' There Is a portrait
and sketch of, and a poem by J. T. Trow
bridge, uuthor of 'Tho Vagabonds' and
tbo 'Jack Hazard' stories; a scono from
Dr. Hollond's 'Mistress of tho Manso,'
rt.i. ii,.. . ., .
wuu illustrations ; moro ol Jules Vorno's
'Mysterious Island ;' and (a pleasing an
nouncement to many readers) tbo com
mencement of Baxo Holmo't 'My Tourma-
lino,' a story which will run through
three er four numbers. A briof paragraph
written by -Mr. Huofler, tbe well-known
Lom on critic, author of tbo book entitled
The Music of tho Future.' Thero are
short stories by Itoyoien ('Tbo Story or an
Outcast') and Stockton ('Bu-ldor Grange),
and this numbor gives a second papor of
'Kecollections or Charles Sumner,' by bis
private socretary, Mr. Johnson.
Dr. Holland, In 'Topics of tho Tlmo,'
discusses Tyndall's lato address, and 'The
Eolations of Clergymen to Women.' 'The
Old Cabluot' describes 'A Trip to tho City;'
and tbo other departments bavo contents
much as usual.
Tho November number begins a now
velumc, and tho publishers mako somo
interesting nnnouncomonts for tbo now
year, Including a torlal by Dr.JHolland,
called 'The Story of Sovenoaks,' and a
toriot of Illustrated articles, cntltlod A
Farmer's Vacation Abroad.'
NOTES ON A "BELIALE" OIIOAN.
Wo obiorvo, as being in ovidonce that
tho tone of American journalism hat
greatly Irnprovod within tho last dozen
yoart, that whon tbo party in power
wlsbod to secure a "rollable" organ, it had
to mako up tho stock and ttart a new
paper; that It was necessary to offer tho
now paper at a lower prtco than tho other
papers to onablo it to compsto with them ;
and that its first number bad thousands
of purchasers who bought it at a moro
SHELVING HIIJ5UMAN TO MAKE
BOOM FOB GB ANT.
Grant's Washington organ demands
that Shorman shall resign bis post as
commander of tbo army, Does this mean
tbat they hava glvin up the third torm
alncothe Western elections and would
like to have Sherman't placo for Grant 7
New York Horald.
MARRIAGE OF LIEUT. COL,
Onir AfU. October 10. At tbroa o'clock
this afternoon. I.letitentant Fred. Grant
and Ida Maria Honoro wore Joined In
matrimony at tbo rcilJoncu of tbo brido'a
Miner, 11, n. llonoto, vinconnes avonuo,
Among the guests prutont wcro Mr. and
Mrt. Grant, Ex-3ecrotary Ilorio and wlfo,
Gon. Babcock, Gon. Belknap and wlfo,
Gan.Sborldan, Gov. Heveridgo and wife,
Senator Logan, Vlce-l'rosldont Wilton,
uon. urct and Uen. uustar ami who,
Gonoral and Mrs. Shorman.
Tbo bridesmaids were:
Miss Hull, daughter of Wincbostor Hall,
of Norwood, and cousin of tha brldo.
miss uuniovy, daughter or.iuugo uun
lovy, of Chicago.
Mts lronn Kuckcr, uaugblor or Gen. IK
H. Buckor, U. 8. A.
Mln Houston, of Louisville, ICy.
En traine, with fuathor trimmings;
tboy woro lilac and pink ostrich tips In
Tbo L'roomsmcn wero U. S. Graut, Jr.,
Gen. Georgo Forsytho of Gon. Sborldan's
stall', Lletontaut Larnod, of tbo Seventh
United States Cavalry, Adrian Honoro,
brolhor of tbo bride. Thoio belonging to
the nrmy woro the full uniform, while
civilians wero Ktllred in tho conventional
black coat and wbito vest.
BOMB Or THE I'llKSXNTU.
Among tho proienls aro:
A nalr of tolitilra dinmoml oar drorts
anil o.ini from Mr. l'ottnr J'almor, ilUr
Of tbe bride, also a point lac orordreis
from Mis. Palmer,'
A solltalro pearl ctr drops aud cross
from Mrs. B. L. UtLoro.
An enameled watch and chain from tbo
A gold nacidaco irom u.s. urani, nr.
Asotot ltoman motate from Adrian C.
Companion oil pointing from Guncral
and Mrs. Babcock.
A silver toilet set from C. T. Bowen.
Silver bronze llower stand from Secre
Tho bridal boqunt was tbo gift of Mr.
and Mrs, Palmer, A large mound
shaped baiket, 30 Inches across and 21 in
height, illlod with tho finest tuba and tea
roses. In tbe center is a humming bird
perched over its nest.
At three (clock the bridal party en
tered tho parlor whoro tho ceremony was
to tako place in tbo following order:
U. S. Grant and Miss M. T. Hall.
Mr. A. C. Honoro and Mus Uotston.
Llout. C. W. Larnod and Miss Irono
Gen. G. A. Forsyth and Miss Mary C.
Tho bridesmaids wore whlto tulle
druisos with voilf, and carried iu tbelr
hands bouquets in satin holders.
tiik iikidk's drksh.
After tbem camo tho bride, leaning on
tbe arm of her f&thor. Sho wore a white
satin dross cut en train, with low cut cor
aagc, trimmed with Utile. Tho bridal veil,
which reached to tbo ilorjr, was of wbito
satin tulle, and tho dross, which was ol ex
coodlngly rich material, was rather plainly
made. Her hair was dressed in simple
Tha groom was dressed In the full un
iform cf a colonel of the (J. 8. army.
Tho party walked slowly down tho par
lcr, until tbo west ond of tbe room was
roacbod. At this point tbero Is an alcovo
in tha room, and iu this tbo bridal party
stood. xno windows ware draped
with lace curtains trimmed with blue, and
decorated with amilax. oxcontinz tho one
on tbe right of tba bridal party, which
wat covered uy a nun colored curtain,
through which a subdued light came.
which brought out in strong rolls! the white
costumes or tho uridostnsids in contrast
with tho maroon colored walls of tho al
cove. Tbo party then fronted toward tbo
guests, wbilo tbo attondants, bridesmaids
and groomtmon ttoou on either slur.
Kov. IaaaOrrlll, paster of tbo Christ
ian church, of which tbo brido'a family
aro mornbors, then repeated tLo marriage
ceremony of that church, which Is very
brief ana simple.
Tho guests and tbe bridal party thon
procoodod to tho dining room, which ft a
spacious apartmont, and was elaborately
do.'oratod. An elegant collation provided
by tho most notod caterer In tho city was
The floral decorations wcro arranged
with excellent tasto. Thoy wero as fol
lows: The center pieco. natural flowers.
four feot in height, was placed on a sliver
flower center-piece, with elided arms and
pendant chains, and was In thoabapo of a
half globe. It stood exactly In tbe center
of tho table, and was composod of camel
las, tube roses, wbito carnations, wblto and
red orchids, tmilax, and tareral varieties
On ono sldo of tbo tabln stood a largo
tart cako, surmounted by h shield and two
flags, inscrlbod with tho date of tha mar
riage, with tho monogram of tho woddad
Aftor tbo wedding there wat a rocop
Hon which lastod from 4 to 0 o'clock.
rb prty left at 0 o'clock thl. ovoning
by the Alton nnd Bt. Louis railroad for
St. Louis. Tboy will remain In that city
tbrco days, and thon procood to Washing
ton and Now York.
President Grant and party will leave
tbo city to-morrow morning by tbe Mich,
lean Southern railroad, via Cleveland and
Pittsburgh, for Washington.
P ItOTOT V PES OFTHE SIAMESE
DrT Mordtmnn, of Constantinople, pub
lishes in tho Gazette Modicai do l'Orlont
some curious details be has dltcovared in
somo old Oriental chronicles, tending to
show that tho ulamoso twins had proto
types in former tlmot. According to
theso Byzsntlno cbroniclos thero camo
from Armenia to Constantinople In the
year 711, a monster, consisting of two
children, born of one mother. Theeochll
dran wore attaehod to oach othor at the
epigastrium, so that they faced onch other,
tho othor parts of their body bolng regu
larly formod. During their sojourn In
tho Bysantlno capital number! flocked to
seo this monstrosity; but as tho twins
wero tupentltloutly rogarded by tho ec
clesiastical authorities aa baing of bad au
gury thor.woro oxpolled from tho city, to
return again when a comparitlvelv en
lightened emperor ascended tha throne of
tha Caosars. Ono of tbeso twins died, and
the most sklirul physicians endoavored to
divide tbe survivor from tbo corpso at the
point of Juncture, in tho hopes of saving
bis life. Tho operation, however, only
served to prolong its duration for throo
THE OCTOBER ELECTIONS
THE TUIBD TERM.
And now we hear that nearly ovory
body wat opposed to tho third term all tba
time, but didn't think it worth while to
say so. Well, why Is it worth while now?
Oniaojf has exportod $1,100,000 worth
of salmon this year, or 500,000 mora than
A LOVE STORY OF THE WAR.
Wo woro sitting In our room at tho
Oladct Hotol, In Oukland, Aid., ono day
with n charming lady who had dropped
in on a visit. Ono of our windows looked
into that of another room placed by tba
projection of tbo main building tbat half
of its intorior could bo aean. Wa waro
admiring a little chubby, bluo-eyed two-year-old,
white aa anow, who wat pulling
a oouquoi to piecet and tossing out tbo
fragments, or clapping her littto bands
witnoongniat a train wont thundering hy.
"Tbeso rooms," said our fair visitor,
"havo tome very tender associations for
"Why so?" wo asked.
"Well," sho answered, "during tbo war
tbo greater part of tbe hotel was seized by
tho Government as a hospital, and "
waro crowded Into a few rooms. My
sister and 1 had this. In tbat room where
that little beauty is woro two Union oil!
cers, ono sick ot tbo tevar and tbe other of
n wound. It was hard to tell whether
thoy woro slowly dying or slowly getting
well. 1 never law such ghastly skolatut.s
to ba allvo. We were voceib,' and not
modost about it cither, but still our IrhiIi
ached for tbo poor young men, so III, per
haps dying, far from friends and rela
tives.'' "It bothers onn to know how this
shoud be a hospital," we snid. "It was so
far removed from active operations."
"It was thought," sho answered, "Hint
tha mountain air of tho glades would bo
moro favorable to recovery than also
where, so this Mas mado a hospital. Oou
day one of those officers dragged hlmtalf
to tha window, and under tbo linpulie ot
tba moment, my aliltr aikml If w could
do anything for them, and ho answered,
gnsplug for breath, tbnt n little chicken
soup would tavo tholr lives. Chickens
wero rare in thoio days an army Is bard
on poultry. The men will work all night,
after marching during tbo day, to tociire
a fow chickens; so that while tho hospital
nursos and physicians had an unlimited
supply or actual luxuries in tho way or
wlner, potted moats and canned vogota-
nios, wiey wero witooui anything frosb.
Wo know whore a few chick. in wero hid
in a cellar, by n neighbor. Wo coaxed
ono out or tbo owner, and after a dual of
vexatious trouoie, ror at uvory turn we
were mot by a fixed biyoaet and an Insult,
wo got tbo toup roady ; and as tho guard
In tbe ball would not permit us to ap
proach our patients, my sister attempted
to hand the bowl to tbe officer in tbo
Just as ba was feebly reaching for It,
and sho stretching herself half out to give
it to him, n harsh, ugly volco below cried
out, 'Look out thero poison.' She nearly
droppod herself, soup and all. Drawing
back, she hesitated a sacond, and then she
took tbo spoon and began eating the broth.
Oh! brother,' crlod tbe officer, 'don't waste
It in that way I'm not afraid,' and so sho
gave bim tbo soup. It seemed to revivo
tboui, and thoy continued stoadily to Im
provo as day alter day we supplied them
with chicken broth until tbe csllar was
'During this tlmo wo tat at tbo windows
talking; and wo sang to tbem sang 'My
Maryland1 and all tbe Sjutbern songs we
know, until they were well enough to
leavo tno nospitai ana return to duty.
They both seeinod turry to go, and forced
on us a quantity of hospital storos and
some coffee, which last wa needtd sadlv.
Then ono gave a ring and tha otber'a
broach as tokens or their kind teellogs.'
"And did thoy never return ?" we asked.
"One uld not, tor, poor fellow, ho was
killed in tho vary next battle In which ha
was engagod. Ills companion wroto us
about it, and tho writor Insisted upon
opening a correspondence with my sister;
and aoon his letters grew into love letters,
I r. - . 1 . I. . '
nuu auar tiuiu wcy woro engaged.
Nearly a year subsequent to this, our
patient got leavo or absence and camo on
to bo married. He put up at a hotel, and,
win yu tellers it, our own orotnor, wno
was to the confedorato sorvlco and knew
nothing of my sister's affair, led a band or
guerillas nt night into town and captured
his intended brother-in-law from his bad.
This not only deferred tbo marriage, but
deprlvod tbo young West Pointer of hit
firomltlon, that had baon promised for gal
ant tervicoi in tho field. It was really
aggravating, lor exchanges had almost
ceased, and it looked as if tho lovers would
havo to wait until this cruel war was over
before they could bo united.
"You should have appealod to Abra
ham Lincoln to glvo a married brigadier
for an unmarried lioutenant."
"Wo dii bettor. Procuring passos, wo
went through the lines and annoalwl in
Jeff Davis. Jeff said ho would put my
brother's prisonor in his sister's keeping.
They havo boen happily married tbeso
many yean. Ho It a brovot brigadier
general now, and it all came of our nurt
log tho enemy In tbat room."
THE PRESIDENTIAL SPHINX.
Hit conoralshln cnmlitnl In tlm f.f
tbat ho would flgbt. Had ha been put in
tbo war at the time McClellan was, bis
cireor would havo been brie! and disas
trous, but bloody. As It was, he lost more
men in bis march from Washington to
Lea's surrender than Lao bad under bim.
Tboro it a tort or subdued power In tbo
man's face, that it remarkable. Without
a pattlclo of that magnetism that wins
wbilo it controls, bis look oxcitet a feel
ing moro akin to fear than respect. Thero
is as it were, a smoldering flro in hit dead
oyet that men generally do not care to
dltturb. Wo pan him almost dally wbon
in town, as ho slouchet to and .fro before
tho Executlvo mansion, with his hands
boblnd bim, and nnto hla roundod shoul
ders, tblok-set and ungainly form, upon
which the clothes band aa it purchased at
aiuu-iaupi an Dioaieu red race, rrom
Which not tba allohtait rav nf Intnlllnanx.
" O -"-J .-M.(,UVW
emanates, for tho eyes those windows of
mu auui uon to moso 01 tno IB10 L.0UIS
Napoleon, aro tbo deadest oyoa ovey given
to a human bolng, and ha reminds us of
an Ill-conditioned and not oror-cloanly
bulldog, at whloh it would be dangorous
topokoa cane. (Donn Piatt's Capital.
Bkeciier's lawyora can tcarcely have
been serlout in moving that Tilton be re
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FITS CUEED FllEE
iy pcrton suffering from tbo abovo dil
ls roflllekteil to nililreaa 1'iiii'm. mwl
a trial liottlo ot medicine will bo forwunleil
by oxpress, l'ltKUl
ir. rricoisa icguiar piiysieian, and has
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PITS OH EPILEPSY
i study for years, nnd he will wariaut u
juro, by the use or bis remedy.
Do i.ot fall to send to bim lor trial bntllc:
t cots nothing, and ho '
win ouir. you,
10 matter of bow long standing your cato
nay be, or hoiv many otboi remedies may
tavo failed. '
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