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HXMllnir Hr on fcrj Vnur.
SiuwynrTowy Is after Uip .Stntc fair.
a.n adjourned slon of tlio Illinois
IrgHatitre Is pokcn of.
Tun frk-mls o? Senator-fleet .Tohiinn
will make a public clemonstrnllon on the
occasion of hi nrrlval In Washington
Thk Metropolis Times heads news from
It neighboring village of Brooklyn,
"Brooklyn Brevities". The Bcccher trial
U not among theui.
A million dollar defalcation ha Jul
been discovered In the Mntc treasury ot
Georgia. The people are excited, and
further developments are looked for vllh
Tun original copy of the declaration of
Independence U to be repaired. The sig
natures have faJed to as to be nearly 11
loulble, and an experienced penman I to
be employed to retrace the document
and make the tlgnoturen plain iignln.
Titr. Palmer House. Chicago, expcrl
enccd some of the troubles of housckeop
Inii the other day. Forty waiters "struck"
Jut at dinner time, and the fiuhlonable
guest, comicllcd tovaltupon tliemelv
or do without dlniitr, chose the former
So bill has yet pasted both houses of
the general assembly. At a caucus of the
Democratic and Kctonn members of the
Houe, It has been determined to take up
the appropriation bills, cut them down to
"starvation figure?," pab them as speed
ily as posible, and after taking up such
other bills as are.decmed mostlmportant,
to adjourn without delay.
Colored Cadet Baker Is the cause, in
nocent or otherwise, of difficulty at the
naval academy at Weft Point. Fifteen
members of the fourth class have signed
a pledge not to molest him In the future.
The balance of the class refuse to sign
the pledge, on the ground that in doing
so, they wotdd bind thenifcelvd not tore
sent intuits or affront; offered them by
Tun report of the Louisiana Commit
tee ha made President Grant sick again.
He lays all the blame of his mistakes in
regard to Loui-lana affairs on the New
Orleans custom home officials, who led
him to believe that the election was really
carried by the Itepublicans. He says in
effect "thou canst not say I did it," and It
is not Impossible that the heads of Pack
ard and other Louisiana official- will
come off before many davs.
M.ssACcounty wants three-gravel roads,
and a mass meeting of Its citizens, tor
the purpose of organizing and appointing
an executive committceof at least seventy
substantial farmers and business men to
eanvas the county for the purpose ot se
curing united action on the great Import
anceof building them through the county,
and to have the subject properly presented
to the county Board by the whole peo
ple, will be held on the coming tlrst of
PoSTMASTKIl-GK.VKnAI. Jl'.WT.M. lias 110
reverence for tho man who invented
straw bids. He is making an effort to
break up the system, htul If he succeeds
will save to the government many thou
sands of dollars, which, under past nd
ministrations of the department, have
f jund their way Into the pockets of con
tractors, 'i he principal mall contractor
on the Mississippi river has been a man
named Peterson. He received sums
varying from five thousand dollars to
many times that amount, for certain con
tracts. He hired other parties to do tho
work, paying, In tome Instances, a thou
sand dollars i year tor sir
vices for which ho received
live thousand dollar, and liN prollts on
nil the contracts were proportionality
large. This is the kind of stealing that
Mr. Jewell has determined to break up.
The opposition exhibited by the ring is
strong, but at present, the Po,tmaier
General appear equal to It.
That venerable old lady. Mrs.DcGcer,
did not draw a very full house on Tues
day and Wednesday eU'iiings. While
hero she expressed her dislike, lor the ed
itor of the Gazette, because he. forsooth,
published what Oberly said. Tho truth
Is, we like Oberly a dam site better than
we do Mrs. I)e (Jeer, and have more confidence-
in what hu savs. Oberlv calls her
the "pettlcoated pest." that Is .ill Shan.
We plead guilty to the soft. Impeach
ment. That's what we willed her. The
fact is. though wc stand in tho front ranks
of the advocates of woman Mintage, wc
think that, among women, none but those
who aro young and handsome should
preach the doctrine. Them's all tho ilif
ferenei! in tho world between the Molding
of :t young and handsome woman and that
of an old and ugly one. Mm. I)e Gecr is
not as young as she used to be, and Is not
handsome either, and so we called her a
"pettlcoated pea," and, with Morgan to
back us, will stick to It.
The wickedest man in Illinois lives in
Shawnectown, or somewhere in the vl
clnlty. The wretched man has a little
boy and this little bo; called at tlio office
of tho 0aitre notlong since and asked
the enterprising editor of that sheet for a
copy of his pajier, with tho remark, "I
have lieen trying to get my pa to sub-
serine out ne wm not," and tho Gazette
then testifies to tho enormous wicked'
ness of tho father as follows:
we Know tne lather, and the day the
boy called for a paper this father spent
In this city more than the cost of a paper
mm ........ C . ,n.. . ... 1 4
uiib jciu, jui mini uiilMl, unu will
call fcuch men to answer for their ileeiiz
some day, and what a terrible reckoning.
: ,ld.,lt "ot ,MJ wrl1 for our ministers to
talk a Ittlo Hbout tills, not in tho pulpit,
r...uij i u, miners f
a case tor the mlnUtcrs.? Wo should
think so. Tho Gallatin county man who
flies In the free of Providence In that
JOnN n. OBERIY, Editor.
wy who spends hU money for sour
innli and wlio don't subscribe for the
Oaxettt la on the broad road to ruin,
sure at shooting.
TIIK UEOIMJl.t TltKANUIlY lr.rAI
The St. Louis Globe of Wednesday re
fers to the Georgia Statu treasury defal
cation In this wle:
The cowl eld Democr.itlcStatcof Geor
gia, hlch Is entirely free from carpet
basr rule, has Jut discovered a defalca
tion In the State Treasury to the amount
of $1,000,000. The Individual to whom
this remarkable tluanclal management Is
attributed Is known by the unfamiliar
name of John .Tones. v e presume he
has n military title, out It U not given.
lie ten I'emocrai or tne out school oi
course. 1 hrtt sort or person generally
digs deep when he puts the padu In.
In connection with this we publish an
associated press dispatch of the 23d Inst.:
The Investigation of the accounts of the
State Treasurer, under the direction of
the financial committceof the Legislature,
shows that one hundred and fitly thou
sand bonds have been paid twice, and the
examination l not concluded. Stntc
Treasurer Jones states to the committee
that he was unable for a long time to ob
tain from Henry Clews, of New York,
the llnancial agent of the State, any ac
count of hit transactions. When n state
ment was llnally obtained, It showed that
the same bonds had been paid in Now
York and by the. State Treasurer to the
amount above stated. Treasurer Jones
charges bv Implication that Clews paid
State bonds, and without cancelling the
again put them on the market.
Henry Clews was a partner In a nation
al bank andnn agent of the United States
treasury lor the sale of government bond
lie wa, prior to tlio panic. Hntl Is now
one of Grant's trusted friends, and Imni
I ways stood high in thcconlldcnec of the
administration. "That sort of peron
I generally digs deep when he puts his
spauc in. ' An explanation Irom .Mr.
Henry Clows Is now In order.
TIIK I.Ol'INIA.VA Itr.POItT.
The majority report of the Louisiana
investigating committee was submitted
the 23d inst. The main points of tlio re
pbrtare: the registration of votes was en
tlrcly In the hands of Kellogg and his
party, and therefore tho complaint that It
was Inimical to the Hepubllcan
party Is manifestly unfounded; an
examination of statistics and evidence
showed no change in the proportion of
white and colored voters since the i-ensus
of 1S70, yet the registration of white vot
ers exceeded by four thousand the total
number of adult colored males returned
by the cen-us, while the legislation of
white voters was ten thousand Jess; it
was tne interest ol the conservatives, at
the last election, not to intimidate but to
acquire the colored vote, for obvious rea
sons; no evidence exists that there was
any Intimidation on the part of the con
servatives toward the blacks, all the indi
cations showing ratiier that the intimida
tion came from the other side and was
exercised by United States marshals and
Federal soldiers In tiie interest of the He
publlcan party ; the oversight of the elec
tion and of the returns were all in the
hands of Gov. Kellogg's officials;
these returns .-how a clear maiority for
the conservatives, and tho "Kelloirp
party, with all their machinery for col
lecting evidence, were unable to produce,
In the en'.ire state, more than half a dozen
persons to testify to anything Impeach
ing the freedom and fairness of the late
eicciiun?, who were not omceiioKiers or
connected with officeholders."
The committee "hold therefore that in
November, the people of the state of
Louisiana didf airly have a free, peaceable,
ana rull registration and election, In
which a clear conservative majority was
elected to the lower house of the leglsla
ture, of w hich majority the conservative
were deprived by the unjust, Illegal, and
arbitrary action of the returning board."
This report is signed by Messrs Foster,
Phelps, Potter and Marshall.
In the body of the report, for the rea
son that "to avoid mischief nnd the con
fusion of a change, the majority of the
citizens of Louisiana seem willing to ac
cept, as a compromise, Kellogg's recog
nition and the restoration to the conser
vatives of the control of the lower house,"
ilessrs. Foster and Phelps record their
wish not to oppose tho recommendation
that the administration of the Governor,
Kellogg, be recognized. Neither, In s lew
of the fact that they know nothing ot iu
merits as judged by competent evidence,
do they wish to be understood as urging
It, nnd Messrs. Potter and Marshall are
utterly opposed to any resolution recog
nizing Kellogg. In their Judgment all
that Is needed iu Louisiana Is to with
draw the federal troops and leave the peo
ple of that Slate to govern themselves.
J he minority report, was signed by
Mcssr-. Hoar, Wheeler and Fryc, iu
w hlch the action of the returning board Is
condemned as Illegal and as defeating the
will of the people, and recommending
that Kellogg be recognized as tho lawful
governor of the State until the nrcsent
term expires. Upon the comparison of
the two reports it is found "that all the
members of the committee report against
the action of the rcturntnir board, tli.it.
Messrs. Foster, Phelps, Potter and Mar
shall unite In the majority report that
there was no general Intimidation in the
State, but a free and fair election, which
resulted In favor ot tho conservatives,
who were deprived of tho result hv tho
wrongful action of tho returning board;
wiai jiessrs. uoar, V heeler and Frve
unite In a minority report, and that Mr.
Foster assents.with Messrs. Hoar, Wheel
cr, and Frye, to a compromise recogniz
ing Kollogg as governor, and giving a
majority in tho House to tho conserva
Wtio Monnineiit I ItT
There Is trouble about the Llneoln
mausoleum at Springfield. Mr I ark
O. Mead has clalmedo btho" ulno"
tho uippslng pile, but Mr. Thomas
Gagllardl.a former agent of Mea l, has
sued him lor tho amount ho paid to work
men at Horenc.i to design, model and ex.
ecute tho monument claimed by Mead
as the production of his bra
si"1 .,,i'i"1lliwor.k' Oacllanll states tl.a
Mew did nothing at all towards the con
Mrucllon of the moimment, but received
ifth m i","1.1 nof (lr,w. ,8l iwld tho two
Italiai artists who got it up $30 each,
thus clearing tU0. Afterali tho honor
thit has been Hccorded to the patrlotlo
Mp.nl. this Is ruthcr n lion! atnrv imi litm
811(1 the iillnoU tutiiT ivill lltinn hltn fir
A Jfovcllr In Women' Drcoa.
(from the Metropolitan !
Since extravagance in stocking has
comu back to us again, and silk hosiery
is almost a criterion of the woman ot fash
ion, of course something must bo worn to
preserve these silken luxuries from
wear and soil, when unlkltiL'ln thedtistv
nnddliigy city. Wool that Is knitted may
be warm, but It Is not n hindrance to the
entrance of dust. It rather holds tlum re
JeeU the soiling, while tlno broadcloth or
velvet, tnat isbotu linen ami rubber lined,
Is a certain protection against water and
Leggings ol tliee materials am made
to reach up anil curve upon the knee,
Hud are lltted about the foot like u gentle
man's gaiter, with a strap under the loot.
They button up on the outside of the leg,
and are carefully lltted to the wearer by
ironi ami oacK seam. 1 nev are some
times bound on the lower edge with n
dark fur, which gives the foot a chubby
and youthful apieaninco. Tor spring
wear they are quite as requisite as for the
winter. With a short quilted silk or satin
petticoat and an Ulster coat of rough
cloth, they look very coquettish on a cold
or stormy day. Any lady can make them
They should be lltted like any garment,
and being bound with braid, the jet but
tons and button-holes mar bo added.
They should be adjusted so'pt'rteetlythat
a button-hook would be required to fas
ten them over Uic boot and about the
T!ic Dentil of I'.ilirnrit SipmiRlpr. One.
i mp t iiiiipirniur.
rrom th Tort Tobacco (Md ) livlrptmltnt
Kdwnnl Spangler died at the residence
of Dr. Samuel A.Mudd,ncarBrvantown,
In Charles county, Mil., on Sumlav night
last. Spangler wasnrrcsted with Jlerold.
Atzerott, Payne, O'Laughlin. Arnold.
Dr. Mudd and Mrs. Surratt,aud tried bv
military commission for the as-a.iin:itioii
conspiracy, which re.-uited hi the murder
of President Lincoln in April, ISM.
Booth, the leader of the eonplracv, wa
killed In an attempt to capture him ; Her
old. Atzerott, Payne and Mrs. Surratt
were hanged iu the vanl of
the old pcnlteiitlarv building
on the 7th of Jidv. 16M; Or. Mudd, Ar
nold and O'Laughlin were sentenced to
the Dry Tortuga for life, and Spangler
to six years' imprisonment ami labor at
the same place. O'Laughlin died at the
Dry Tortugasdiiring a yellow fever epi
demic, and about the close of President
Jnhuons administration Mudd. Spang
ler, and Arnold were pardoned, the peil
tlon for the clemency of the President be
ing signed by the on.eers and men sta
tioned at the Dry Tortuges. u number of
whom were attended by Dr. Mudd and
nursed by tiie other prisoners mentioned
through the fever. Dr. Mudd, on return
ing to Maryland, took up his residence on
hi farm, w here lie has coiitlnui d to re
side. Sam Arnold returned tn ll.iltltnnre.
adld Spangler. The latter, about two
year ago. went to live with Dr. Mudd.
between whom and Spangler great friend-
Spangler was n native of Pennsvlva.
nia. but learned his trade of carpenter iu
Baltimore, where he worked tor manv
years under Mr. Ja-i. Gillord, a nia-ter
builder. Mr. Gitl'ord, on taking the nosi-
tion of stage carpenter at Ford's theatre.
employed Spangler as an assiNtant.
Spangler was rather a stout built man.
and was about 05 years old when he died.
It was alleged that he took charge of the
horse of Booth on the night of the assas
sination, but turned the animal over to
"l'eanut John" to hold, and also that he
had arranged with Booth to have a wav
Kept open in the theatre for him to es
ConsoaptWei, Talcs Kotie.
Uciy inuineiit "I dlay makes voir cure
more tiulieles. and imieil ilewnil.nn tin.
JuJluluiis choice of a remedy. 'I lie amount
of testimony In fa or ol Dr. Sclienck'.
ruiinonicsjTUp, a, acurefor coii-utuptlon,
lar exceeds all that can be brou.dit t sup
port the pretenlon of any utlier tuedlcti.e.
So Dr. Schenck's Alniume, c-JLtalnlmt the
cettlncaie o mmy persons ol the hfgliett
re specta illty, who have been restored to
health, af.er being pronouncei Incurable
by physicians ot acknov ledged nblllty.
Siclieiick'i, Pulmonic Syrup alone lias cured
insny. us these evidences will show ; but
cure is often promoted by tac employment
of two other remedies whh Dr. .Schenck
provides lorthepurpose. The-e nddltlonul
remedies are Srheuck's Sea Wed Tonic
and Mandrake Pills By the timely use ol
these medl im, accor.lInK to directions.
Dr. hchenrk certltlrn that moit any case ol
Consumption niiy bo cured.
Dr. Sdicnck is professionally at his prin
cipal orticc. Corner Mxthnnd Arch Jit ,
Philadelphia, etiy Monday, wii. re all let
ters tor advice mut be 8ddres.nl
M iioixsiAi.i; iiton:us.
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AGENTS AMERICAN TOWDEIl CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
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Ami rlralrra Iu
STAPLE AND FAN O Y
Forelirn and Domeatlo Fruits and Nuta
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Acknoulcljred by all gorx Musicians to Ik- the
lest I'Uno now nude
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Of which wc have to2 over 400 iJiiriiii;
twelve ) ear past, hecomlnt; more Htul more
popular every day.
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Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very line Instrument, adapted to Instru
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Band Instruments of all Kinds
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Classical Studios and Exercises
Of nil grades for Piano or Voice.
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chundlse furnished to order, promptly and
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73 OHIO LEVEE,
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Orders for Coal by tho car-lood,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
bii'To largo consumers and all i
manufacturers, wo aro prepared i
to supply any quantity, by tho
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CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
CyifallliU)- flni 's oilier. No TO Ohl'i Iavc
Cr-HiiMliUy llm ' wlurt Uiat
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ta-I'osl Office tinner, yo.
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CAPITAL, - - 8100,000
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percent nmnmin, March lt nnd Heptt in
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dlalely to the iilnclul of I lie deposits, theieby
givluv them coiiiuoiind Intcimt
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Should be sold hy the Hardiva
Goods Trade ever) v
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Wo lmvo replenished our Job Printing OlTico with
many fonts of now type and have orders out for other
fonts of tho latest popular styles. h aro determined
to establish the reputation of our ofii :o for first-class
work, and make our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lower prices than any othor of
fico in tho country. Mr. Oberly, admitted to bo ono of
tho best practical job printers West and South, has
assumed personal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will ondeavor to givo satisfaction to our
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