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Heiidlnr JIMIer n Ecr.T Vngr,
JOHN H. ODKULT, Editor.
Tiik Iitdian.ipollA Sentinel say Acepha
lous Hereon I' a fdratiRo. bird nml hotild
.,pell hU naino "gome." That U not the
kind of a bird bo l. Ho doe not. lnp,
("ait. K.i9 will eommcnee lo pill In
hl jetties as soon ai lie win get to work.
The appropriation made by conirress will
run him :i year or two, but It will not get
him Into hl jrrent work much twynnil n
I'm: had air of tbe ltrooklyn court
room U beginning to toll on tho Jurymen,
lawyer, etc., engaged In thu Jtccchcr
trial, Mr. Shearman 1 nlllng. ono of llio
Jurymen 1. Indisposed, Mre. Jleocber Is
getting pale, and tliutrlal, which has con
iIiiiuhI tor two months, Wllkely to continue
for two inort1. lleecbcr himself Maud
better than any one. and hIiowj feu'
"AtiiKHMAX Ui:r.ciir.itcitLCK lieljis to
govern Cairo," every paper we pick til
declare". This, wo wUh to bo dl'tlne.tly
understood, Unite. There i no lleechor-
chuck In Uic council, nnd 3Inyor Wood I
not known by that name. tte have ;i
Ilalllday, 11 Jlorrl, a Xellls, a MuGntiley.
a .McKweu, a ThUtlcwood. a Mntliii. n
Wnldcrnnd n Sanp, but no Heeehcrchuek.
Our alderman arc not that kind of peo
ple They nro all moral men.
Till. prospect of Dr. DelCoven'. con
tinuation I li&t certain, 'flic dloce ses of
Iowa, Wisconsin, Albany, Maine, Mis
souri. Tcnne'H-o, Alabama, and Nebras
ka, bavc voted to confirm liiui, while Cen
tral New York, 'Virginia, Texas. Mtn
.neoU. Indiana, Kentucky, Central Penn
sylvania, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Mlch
,'lgai and Delaware, have voted against
'him. T1I1 la nwjorlty of three tignlnst
il'mand' ttvcrity-sLv committees yet to
Aynv .loiix.-o.v will make no promises,
mil announce hh political course for the
future its follows : "I cannot
ay that I will act with one party or with
the other. We have too much of party,
and I propo-e to bind myself In advance
to no theory of party jwllcy. I have never
done so in the pat, nnd I do not Intend
to do so In the lutiire. I shall support
such iiieajurc.snsappiar,!n my judgment,
best fur the country, caring not whether
it U a Democratic measure or whether It
is supported by Republican. I will never
place myself in a po-itlon where I must
do a thing liccaine it Is a party measure,
or oppose a thing at a party' dictation.
I place country above party."
Tn r. colored man In Alabama ha an
itching palm lor agricultural product".
He has grown into the habit ol appropri
ating to himself in the way of "greens,"
all he can lay his hands on, without
leave or license, and In order to escape dis
averyand punishment, generally dis
uses of his stealings after the hour In
which It i- poetically said the earth
"throws her cable mantle on and pins it
with a star." This unfortunite habit of
the Alabama Ireedmen lia neceltated
the parage of a bill in the -tntc legisla
ture called tl sunrise and siinu-t bill,"
which makes It a penal otTense to sell or
buy agricultural product before sunrie
in the morning or after sunyn at night.
The penalty i a line ol five hundred dol
lars or ono year's imprisonment.
Jack Hos. a one armed white man.
and a negro woman got into a row nt
Cairo, a few days ago. resulting in the
death of the negro. Itoss llred two shots
at her, one pasting through her heart.
This was done in Alexander countv.
i'.rothcr Oberly how is it ? Manm Mon
itor. Uojs is not a citizen ot Alexander
ounty. Wo cannot prevent such men
trom coming to Cairo; but when they do
come to Cairo and permit their lawless
ne to llnd vent they are sure to get Into
prison. .Sbenll'Irvin and deputies,
and Chief Mcllale and hi? force, never
mU such men. Kos Is now in Jail. In
Williamson, the lawless people have mai
lers their own way. The law is not en
toreed, and murderers defy the offiVrrs,
Tlil I- "how U It," Ibother Irwin.
sometime ago u- met hi the cars. l!cv.
I H. lurney. well-known to our Cairo
people. He had two carpet bag with
nun uiic, .1 small one, in which no car
ried a clean shirt and a pair of clean stock
uig; Hie other, a very large one, in
vwiien lie carried a lot of rare books old
Itooks that made our mouth water with
anxiety to possess them valuable books,
onuottlicni worth live hundred dollars,
How aid bo gel tbtm ': We don' t know
no naa on ms licau tho same old hat he
used to wax in Calro-a silk hat that has
newt soaiied with the rain of n hundred
utortne, and smoothed tlth a hamlkcr
emei or me coat sleeve until the
nap ts au off. It b0 lias
another coat than the ow be "used to
wear," wo did not see H. Kvldentlv,
lie Is living tlic old life, of from band to
moutli. if tit ol tills we are sure, Turney
Iam ior ino dook.. lie always pays bl
tieuts. i; lie promise, the money will
come-siowiy, maybe, but surely. As
we glanced at his treasure of books, he
fold us he was preaching, where we have
forgotten preaching for a plttuiiee, and
lie said iouielhlng about coining to 'c.-ilro
lo lecture. "No use," we said to him.
Cairo does not appreciate this eccentric
genius. Somebody in tills city laughed
at him several years ago, and now every
body laughs at him j and yet ho Is, U
yond all doubt, thu most rcuiai kablu man
In Illinois. The languages? Ho knows
them all. The sciences? Ho has
tliein at bis flntfers' end. The-
oloifj-? Where Is tho P. I), who can
put him down? Polities? Ho has nil our
political history by heart. He lias preach
ed to us in a private room, taking a text
at random, tho most powerful of sermons.
Several tluiiw ho has converted us to
ChrWtonlty, wipinjr out ell doubt from
our mind. Ho cum throw light, on tho
most obscure scriptures and make the
Ulblo nnd .Science ns harmonious as two
bugs in n rug. In religion he can put
down with ease nil nnu-McthodUt, and
where stands the Infidel but falls before
him with Ilcaon'. oll beneath Ills feet
nnd Logic's banner waving o'er him?
He is one of the unappreciated geniuses
of the world ; and If ever wo become n
millionaire get a bonanza we will build
a church of our own and employ Tiirucy
to preach to n.
Mils. MARTIN'S MllTli'ltt:.
Kvcrybody who heard It says Mr.
Martin's lecture wa a meritorious literary
production, and the ladles who long for
the ballot as much as fur a love of n
bonnet almost declare, with one voice,
thai It was "perfectly p1uiidld." So It
wa. We enjovel It. It will rankle in
the hearts of the (intl-progresslonMs.
Mrs. M. turned Mrs. O.'s guu upon the
enemy very handsomely. Take, lor in
stance, this hit : "Mr. O,," exclaimed
Mrs. M. with a smile, "says the female
child doe not weigh us much nt birth as
the inali! child, and the female weighs les
thau the male nt any iige. Therefore,
woman should not vole. Oct tip, here,
on tho scales', little Mrs. Dr. lllake.
Along comes the heavy-weighing and
voting son of the Kmernld Isle, net
down, little lady: you are wise, you are
noble, but you do do weigh enough lo
vote. Tld I Mr. O.'u argu
ment." Ooo'l.' The hit was most
palpable. It Is true, Mre. O.
did nut U'u Mich an argument. Slic
spoke of the untltness of women, because
ol the lack of physical strength, to do
much of the work now done by man.
She was not dNciieslnsr tho ballot ques
tion at nil when she used the Illustration
so happily perverted by Mm. M. ''Hav
ing mentioned brielly," said Mrs. ()..
"some objections to the conference of the
ballot upon woman. I now pats from that
part of my subject." And then she went
on lusty: "Very few women can and
very lew women should enter the prolu
sions and businesses or the trades me
chanical. Woman i nnlltted by nature
to perform the duties of those avocations
as a man performs them. There are
many physiological facts that go to prove
woman'. inability to engage in much of
the woik which hi all ages of the world
has lieen performed excluholy by
man." Then Mr. O. u-ed the weight
Illustration, and proved that man had
more phytlcal strength than woman.
She did not refer in thU connection to
the ballot. Hut the turn jtittn to .Airs
0.' weighing remark whs o clever, we
would not have It dMurbed for the
world. In argument, a' in war, every
thing 1 fair.
We fcldom listened to a more elegantly
written composition than the lecture of
Mm. M. Its sentences were smooth, nnd
through them ran a vein of humor and
sarcasm that gave lo them a charming
rac'iuess. She struck with sharp-cutting
argument the antl-progresslonlts in all
the vulnerable point, and gave to her
side of the question unbounded satisfac
tion. At the conclusion of the lecture,
she wa congratulated by many of her
friends, some nt whom assured her her
lecture was the best ol the kind they had
over.lMencd to. She was the heroine of
the evening, and ought to have )een
proud of her triumph.
Williamson county continues to enjoy
and dc-scrveits notoriety il thu most
lawless portion of the State of Illinois.
The editor ot the Marion Democrat, Mr.
Ilrown, Is courageously denouncing the
Ku-Klux and endeavoring to arouse tho
law-abiding people of his county to the
necessity of suppressing the lawlcs. cle
ment tnai l ruining tnc future prospects
ot that part of Southern Ullnoi. He de
serves praise for his bravery. lie is the
only editor of n paper published in that
county since the Ivii-IClux began their
operation who ha had the courago to
say a word In denunciation of them. The
Marlon Monitor, the Republican paper,
appears to lw the organ of the Klan, and
apologi-e tor it by pooh-poohing the
outrages committed by It.
We learn from the Democrat that a row
occurred outstdu of the olllce Mr. Ander
son. Justlceof the penceln Willlanison.Jiiit
a3 he was about to proceed witli a case
last week. The justice hastened out. and
wa jus' in time lo twice knock up
a pistol In tlio hands of William I'ullev
whowm attempting to firo it at Mr.
W eeks, who had llrcd just a moment Imj
fore at Pulley, l'ullcy's shots would
have been fatal, says the Demoera', if Mr.
Anderson had not Interfered. Tho light
became ucucr.il. Klght shot were tired,
but luckily no person was killed.
r rom the Doiw.rnt vn conv iho fol
Ku-klux are .u-aln at work in William
son county. This time tlmv called out
two men, to get llieni water, and after
iney nan all Urunk. one of the elan In-
jormeu uic two men that be bad been
praying lor them and inked his coniian
Ions to snaro their lives, tnwl n.nt Ii.....
had agreed to do so. tint thev wmii.i imv..
to git u them twenty-live lasne on their
uuie oachs wiuen was done. Thev did
not even tell these poor fellows what
hry were whipped for. Let all law abld-
iiir lindens denounce such lawlessness
and it will soon stop.
it snouKl bo remembered that this event
occurred in tho Northern Stab) of Illinois
wiinintwo weeks !-that tho General As
seuiDiy will not Interfere, and tho Got-
emor declares bis Inability to enforce the
laws! What Is to be done? It seems to us
.av u.u .mvico oi tnc .Marion Democrat
miisi no lautn. Tin; aw-abi.ll.ur on,,i
"U18t buco,1,e lawless, ami organllni; Into
it coiiiiuiuee must punish the rascal who
have brought disgrace upon WMlmnsou
and stained Its soil with blood.
iiaim:n, thi: ii,uti:h.
'J"lie Sluir Journal has Klijah M.
Haines, Ksj. and Farmer, on thu brain.
He really allllcts that paper goes with it
about tho street, eats with It, sleeps with
It. He has become a haunting llentl, til
ways scaring the Journal's eye-balls,
''t'r'jltwc, n-etlurel Uhold' to!
Iflnand lieie.I sawhlml"
it Is constantly crying. Hul Its terror s
not that of the watchers on tho battle
tucntB at EUInoro or of Macbeth pushed
from his stool by the ghost of Ilanquo,
It Is rather that of Dickory, In the "Spec
ter Urldegroom." It does not curdle tho
blood; ttnroiises (he risibilities. If Tom
Mcrrltt, seeking to prevent the Republi
cans from defeating a bill of his, whis
pers to his friend: "H-r-cak and r-r-un,
d-ii it," the Journal shrieks: "Haines!
"Look I whrc lie ccini'S afnln'"
If thu roll is called mid a quorum do
nol answer. "Halne!" shouts the .''
nnl "llflioM! In, wlwe ho. i-onu-siiRalnl'
And so, It goes on, day after day, this
alarmed Dickory of Radicalism, f light
ened by the not much ghostly Haines.
Last .Saturday the Ghost ot the House
hatiuttd the Journal shamefully. .Mr
ricrrlnatou is chairman of the House
Committed on Hanking. On that day he
wMied to report a bill requiring Savings
and other banks organized under the
State laws to make quarterly statements
as now required from National banks tin
tier the laws ol the IT.nlted States. "For
sometime" says the Journal, "Mr. Her-
rlnglon could not catch the practiced eye
of the Speaker; but nt lat he got the
floor nnd got the bill before the House I
Was there ever a grcakr outrage than
this! It was one of liable1 tricks. He
wanted to defeat the bill, or he would
have recognized Herrlngtonat once.'
Tr'jtliw, scetlicitt tiflioMI tn'
If I tnivl here, I mirtilm!"
The ghost again, nnd JMckory
frlehtcned. Surely the Journal
knew nothing of the Twenty
Seventh General Assembly. Of the
House of that Assembly, Hon. Shelby M.
Culloin was chairman, and wathe blind
est man we ever met. When he did not
wish to see a member, he could not. A
bat could see In the glare of tho sun bet
tcr that Mr. Culloin could on such occa
slons. And yet, it was in the JovrnalU es
timation, shameful that Speaker liable.
did not recognize Hcrringtou when Her
rington tlrst addressed the chair.
"I.ookl hire lie comts n&ilii I"
"Tlie second display of the Speaker's
art on Saturday lat," says the Journal,
"was while the Liquor Hill wa under
discussion. Mr. .lone, of Jo Davie,
moved to lay It on the table,
when the friends of the bill
took alarm and resorted to
the most disgraceful parliamentary t.v
ties to prevent n vole even golns so far
as to stampede lroni the 'lull in order to
break the quorum, while others, though
on the floor refused to answer to their
nanic." "Hun, d-tl-d n It, run !" cried
Tom Mcrrltt, and theboys ran. "Unities
is to blame," shrieks the Journal,
"l.n 1 where lit come ncnln ' '
In the Twenty-seventh General As
sembly Mr. Jones and hi friend, every
tlmca vote was iH'lng taken on the repeal
of the Registry Law, ran outoftlie hall Re
publicans whoe constituents were de
manding that they should voto for the re
peal, and hi this way defeated the will of
the people. The Journal did not then
complain. It patted Jones on the back,
and said : "Good boy ! bless you, my
After Mcrrltt had broken the quorum
on Saturday the House got into confu
sion, nnd no business could be transacted.
Jones was up, his arms were flying about
Ills head like thu arms of a wind mill hi a
high storm, and his voice was bellowing
like the thunder; Culloin wa whisper
ing: "Go it, Jones; go it;" Connelly was
whooping like an Indian brave with his
belt full of whliky; Claflln, after glancing
a sly glance at Ilerrlngton, was singing:
I'ralsc God from whom all blesingK
flow;'" Tom Mcrrltt was inquiring in a
voice that resembled the noise of a steam
whistle, "W-h-hat in h-h-hell is
all thl- r-fuss about;" McCoy was beat
ing on bis desk with hi heels like a big
boy with a big stick on a
big base drum, and the divil
was to pay. In thl confusion somebody
moved to adjourn. Tho Speaker put tho
question, and declared It carried.
"Halne.!" cries the Journal; "Haines is
to blame. He adjourned the House when
there was a clear majority against the
llfhoM! lo, whexrhf romn iik1iiI"
In the Twenty-Seventh General Assem
bly Speaker Cullom could adjourn the
House on the slightest provocation. With
theslckly Aye" of a solitary member
for adjournment, andachorusof "Noe"
ng.iln.-t It, he would declare the House ad
journed, and the Journal would ehucklo
Hut the Journal is not now what It was
when Culloin reigned as Speaker. It has
reformed, and will tolerate no foolish
ness. The horrible Haines it Is resolved
to exorcise, and thereforo with continu
ous cry, it advises him to, "A vaunt!"
but ho will not. He always comes again.
like Monsieur Tonson, and the Journal,
shrinking hi a Dickory scare, screams
"I'r'f tin, ! thrrc! hrttoUl! lo!
If I stanil, hire I wiwlihnl"
The new spring bonnets will bo
large. They nre of white, black, brown
chip nnd In black thread net. White In
the favorite. Flower in profusion will
Deep shawl front-, will continue in
fashion, and they will have intricate drap
ing and looplngs to trim the back. Very
high collars and close sleeves continue in
Henrietta cloth la now tho choice
fabric for fresh deep mourning, l'lalu
canvass grenadines, and tlioo with faille
stripes and cheeks, will be lie made up
ovcroufm-rf skirts lor summer mouriiln
A deep apron and cuirass with
fringe on tho apron to represent
tbreo aprons will bo a popular Sprln,
to resiorc mo crtiiKio in a crapo
mm, wind It on n stick and steam it,
Uruldcd enshmcro garments, nnd
white braided ;f7ut, will bo worn the
- thu close veil is now laid over tho
hat rim, and then drawn back close to
the ears and tied under thu hat behind
'""ry P"i, or ends that float will
hold it in place. Tho favorlto travelling
veil U n square peacock-blue or peacock
green silk tissue, pinned entirely
I over the hut or boniwt, with th point
drawn down far enough to preserve
the necktie from being soiled with car
Dr. HcIicnrU'A Nlnnilnrd IlAtncilies.
The stnndanl remedies lor all diseases of
tlip Inner, urn Sell KNCK'.S l'UI.MCNIC
SvnUl, J-OIIKNOK'S SUA WKKD ToNtC, Mild
aciiGNCK's Mamhi kb l'n.t.s, nud, It taken
liclorotho lungs nro lusiroycu, a snecuy
euro Is effected.
To thesa tutcc medicines ir. J. n.
Scheuck, of I'lillidclplila, owcj his unrival
led success In the treatment ol pulmonary
dl"esc. , , , , .
Tho Pulmonic Syrup ilpcnstlio morbid
in ittor la the lungs natu.u throws It oil by
un easy expectoration, Inr when the phleKin
or matter Is ripe a sllnht cough will throw
It on", tho patient Ins roil nnd t.io lungs
bcKin to tical. . ...
To enable the Pulmonic Sj inp lo do thl,
Scheuck' Minclrake Pills and .Schcnck's
Sea Wuml T.inic must be fre rlr used to
"icauss the stomach and liver, ft'ehptt
Man Irako 1'IIIs act on the liter, reinotl
all obstructions, ni tx the gull bladder, tie
bllosta-ts freely, and tho liver 1 soon
S bcnck'H Sea Weed Toalc Is a gentle
stimulant and allcratlto; thanlknllol which
it 1 composed, mixes with the food nnJ
prevents souring. It assists tho digestion
l toning up thu stomioh to a healthy con.
dttbn, so that the l iod and the limp licnl,
and tho patient will surely get well If care
Is tnken t prevent fresh cold.
All wlio wbn to consult Dr. Scheuck,
ellhcrpoisonallvorhy letter, can do so at
his principal oirice, corner or bixril and
Altai Stm., Philadelphia, ctery Mondty.
Schenck'a medicines are sold by nil drug
gists throughout the country. S-2-l!m.
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promptly tlltud and sent
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS,
FltKNCII HARPS, ETC., K'l'C.
Ba:ad InstrumontB of all KindB
ruri'lfibed to Order.
8TBLN08 FOR VI01INB, GUITARS, ETC,
Of the Host Quality.
Classical Studios and Exorcises
or all trades for Piano or Voice
ivrrTTvorv (Ipserlnllon of Musical Mer
chandise furnished to order, promptly and
at prices lower than eur ouereti ocioro.
GENCT -AI.SO Of
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
fiend for IllLUsfratcd CtlaloKUo and l'rico
List of these t'flu'lful Kroupen.
AU Goods Warranted at Represented.
ROBBIES' MUSIC BAZAP,
uny www i&
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
DRUGGISTS' FANCY CiOODH.
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL,
WK '.lHt eritreMpondeneo and "rlers ,i. m I'
nf koikU In our line Mwiml. I'. I
llllel ttilli rrh.ililc Unii nt lt.iiin.il'l.- n
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
74 Ohio Loveo.
miliMimsisiM iiiiumimistiti linrnn ..... , . j .
bochestep . "
Should be sold by the Hardw.i, J Canned
Goods Trade cvt-ryv-
crista eti:7 :::: cr :r.t h:zl:z i. a::: jiutiT.
"Wo havo replenished our Job Printing Ofiico with
many fonts of new type and have orders out for other
fonts of tho latest popular styles. Wss nro determined
to establish tho reputation of our ofli :e for first-class
work, nud mako our prices so low that tho most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to nd
mit that wo do work nt lower pricos than any other of
fico in tho country. Mr. Oborly, admitted to bo ono of
the best practical job printers West and South, hn3
assumed porsonal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will endeavor to give satisfaction to our
SUBSCRIBES FOB. THE
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
COLLIUR WHITE LFJVD,
- i ' t
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!-hns and l.Vnend M.ira in w
, .Mflinne lawn ruiril n'-l or
IETAIL Si PUESCRtPTHN
n'nto- Av.Cor 6 th
Will .scnf SnmAe, l'rtt, un rrecljit vf'iS Critil,