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30MM H. OBBRLY, Sditor.
FJ.UAH FOR MKNlllliSIT.
The number of candidates lor tlic Pres
idency In IlUnofs Is formidable, nml In
rludci Senators John A. I.ojjnn. nml
ttlchflnl .1. Ojrlc.by, Gov. John 1. Hev
irldge, ex-Governor John M. Palmer.
ex-Senator Lyman Trittnbiill and Judge
David UavU. Speaker Elijah M. Haines
will nlo probably enter Into the conlot
and seek to obtain nlolnt nomination from
tlio Republican, Democratic, Liberal 15c-
iiubllcaii nnd Grange parties. If he does
he will succeed. They will nil cilr-e hltn
nnd elect htm. It is his forte to succeed
bvbclnz In opposition to all parties
I'Iipv nil nominate hltn. to olitnl'l hi
rricndhlii. and liavlnr procured an elec
tlon, he tlicn raises the devil all around
the board. He who hints at tlio Idea thai
Haines may yet he President of the United
StntM ilon't know KHIah. Xothlllir I
Impossible In politics with him.
HOW HE Wll.l. PREVENT IT.
Secretary Brlstow, who does not wish
to be annoyed by the premature publt
cation of his annual report, will take ex
traordluary precautions to prevent It
i in - . i . .. til l.n H.nw1
iluTa.. as the money ..beet. In the
Drinllnr bureau. End. clerk entn.ste.I
with the various portion of the reort
will bo charged with the number of
sheets intrusted to him, and held person
ally responsible for their safety. The
printer who print the report will be also
made to account for every sheet of paper
Issued to them. If a sheet is short It will
have to be reported. 'It is thought,''
says the correspondent of tho Chicago
Timet, ''that this excess of caution will
result in the publication ol the report by
the newspaptrs n week earlier than
MRU. GOV. BGVKKIUGK'N CAM..
Mrs. Gov. Bcvcrldgc has issued an ad
dress to the women of Illinois hi behalf
of thoccntcnnlal celebration, blic recites
how Congress In 1871 passed an act pro
viding for the commemoration of this an
niversary, how it subsequently created a
board of finance ; how It nt ht n-rti-cW
to pass a bill voting national aid to the
enterprise, nml how In this emergency,
the board ot finance looking to the peo
ple for aid last October cordially In
vited the ladles of the country to
co-operate with them In the
endeavor to excito a general interest, to
furnish articles for exhibition mid to
procure subscriptions to the Centennial
stock. The ladles of Philadelphia organ
ized a committee and went to work. In
nearly every State their example has
been followed. Illinois is one of the few
exceptions wltere It has not been. Mrs.
Bcvcrldgc now calls upon the women of
tho State to go to work, nlbelt It is nearly
the eleventh hour, to do what they can to
help along In tho great and patriotic duly
of making the exhibition of 1S7C a sue
cess of which American men and women
may be proud. She wants the women Qf
every town In initial to organize and be
gin work for the centennial, and while
suggesting Lady Washington tea-parties,
loan exhibitions, excursions, picnics, etc.,
has no doubt that some "new depart
ure ' wm ciotiuticss occur to tlic women
of Illinois as they ;l e tho subject further
thought and attention.
URANTN BROTHER OIIVII.M:.
General Grant lias a brother, Orvllie.
Ulysses and Orvllie are not twin, to our
knowledge, but in one tiling they are as
like as two peas. Neither of them over
has been known to turn his back upon a
chance to make money. Periodically,
Orvllie Grant, who appears to he always
diving Into something that will pay, as
sisted by the government, comes to the
surfiee, and lie is always seen with lit s
hands full. Lately he has had control of
the trading stores for tho Sioux Indians,
In Dukotah Territory, and his operations
have been of the largest benefit to him
in a pecuniar' way. So large, that he
exerts himself, and with great success,
to keep everybody else from trading with
the Indians. The law forbids white peo
pleto traffic with the Indians without a
license, but there Is no law against the
members of the tribes carrying on com
merclal relations with each other. Mrs.
Galpln, a Sioux Indian, fifty-one years of
age, is a woman of great force of
character nnd personal Influence with her
people, and has often averted dill'cultles
betwen them nnd thu United states sol
diers. By her own exertions, by trading
and selling Indian curiosities, she has
kept two daughter., at school in St. Louis
for five year. But contonml.it bur ir.
proUU Men. Oftli.ln uwkiui tu hr traillilt;
store, Orvillo Grant concluded
that they would give him
Infinitely more pleasure If they
found a reeting place in his pocket In-
stead orm hers. Accordingly the Com-
mlssioner of Indian Affairs has issued an
oruer uirecting her to close up her busl-
ness. ine order Is ustlv rmrnnimi
nn uuJuBt ami cruel act, lint .Mrs Cialjiln
U only Mrs. Galpiti and Oivlll..
" r "wm m
Grant is the President's broth-. Tim
UUtlnctlon is plain
There is no hope
for Mrs. Galpln.
- " ! II OX N AMI
iueauarcs8oiuen..Iohn S. l'reston
" ooum oarouua, at tno alumni dliincr
Tl"Mi.u'uvcr8"J' 01 Virginia, has at-
-'.uenuy been nrcnare.1 win
C "? the scntlmet n? Z
iHCSO llaVO luli.l.. . -j.i.
the wedsof futurc'wXKt TJ' ??W,n.8
tiirfPimntii.ll. 'roubles in
have anncaml licfnro n... ? 1
r c " m. " "l "'i kcliools
...u ouuiu, aim ...
mi M il ii ....... i . .
hw i-i.uuiu; navo caiicu llio alk-ntlon
w im preK'm ucgraded condi
tlnnnnniicriwl ( 1... .i
froedmen and dictated to bv hatmi v'
RnMn,l 4.V.M, 1..,1 r " " . 7.
Higiauw fvm uiiim .uj- i UlOllVatKl
leitL'tti'S. streaked wltti llii' innvsol "llf
ht-olhcrs, and ltnt M tlieilmlnlou of
terror," they exclaim I" the -words "1
Preston, "Is Hie poor dm"'' vwme.: jon
Vdurselve atv the "v"Ki present wn
neses, w earhur "IP blood-holt on vour
brow and the "''" over your hearh,
and can testify of yourselves that all t lilt
Is the'iul''Joh of n luMritm, worked by
powder niul steel In the hand of Teu
tonic and Irish hliellntr. mumli faff.
ilrcdhv promise and L'tilded by br.iln
mider the moral development of the 'rip
ening Influence of humanity.
In not one of tho addresses of tills Mini
that have fallen under our eye. have we
read any words leading to the boiler tnai
the anlnio'ltles ol the war have de
parted from the Southern heart. In nil of
them Is a discussion oi the old Calhoun
Ideas concerning the character of the
government, a lament that the day ot
Southern control nave passeiiawav,eout
Iiijra at the'pic-ient condition of affair,
Intimation that the groan of the North
ern oniireor will ho silenced by tlio
shouts of lllerty to be yet crhoed by the
Southern people, nnd appeals to the
young men of tho South to arouse them
selves to their duty, the duty
of again making the Sontl
dominant. Of national Idea
there are none In thee nddree.. They
are all sectional hi their tone, audit thel
advice should he taken by the Southern
neonlo the country would ieedlly be
III Ito another war; hut
T lamentation, an.
coldings of the
I Southern ioUnran have little ctteet.
While tlioy are nttemptliig to tear it
asunder, tlio I'iiIou is becoming effect u-
ally consolidated. With slavery removed,
the people ol the 1'epubllc will become
fraternal no matter what the politicians
may say. While Preston, the South Car
ol!. ia orator, was talking brilliant
trca'on in Virginia, South Carolina sol
diers were acting sectional friendship
in tiie shadow ol the Hunker Hill mon
ument. MI'.MI'IIIS AMI VlCKNliritC
Tin: ni:;uo inoni.i:.n.
The Democratic leaders in Memphis
representing the most sagacious of the
white people of theSouthern States, have
adopted a wise policy in reference to the
colored people. They have seen the
evil effects of strife between the w,
and are now attemjxtig to bring the
white and colored element? into relations
of amity. Instead of a harsh epithet.
they use a friendly word, and instead of
blows and bullets they use kind actions.
This policy ha already produced won
derful results, it lias brought into friend
ship the Confederate and colored ele
ments, and has retired the carpet-bagger
trom business In Tennessee. Ills occupa
tion Is uonendhereatter hi presence will
behatelullnthenittllClty. ToGens. For
rest and Pillow and Col. Gallaway, of
the Appeal, is due the credit of bavin,
brought about thN desirable condition of
allalrs, and they did it by an exhibition
ot great moral courage. Only those who
have lived at the South know how jeal
ous many of the white people are of
pride of race. Tho negro must bow,
hat in hand, when they come into his
piv.seice. These regard with disdain any
man who believes that a negro should bo
reasoned with, and the white man who
addre.-ses ,i crowd of negroes as "fellow-
citlxeus," is, in their opinion, degraded
and unlit forthe company of blue-blooded
Anglo-Saxons. In the face of the
protestations of Hns.u,..i u- a.imo vr
uicir auuse, ucus. torrent ami ruiow
and Col. Gallaway attended a celebration
of the Fourth by negroes, appeared upon
the speakers' stand, and went through a
ceremony of pledging friendship to the
colored people of the South. "We would
elevate, not drag you down," they said ;
"we would elevate you to whatever sta
tion in life you are competent to fill."
At Vlcksburg, the old system prevails.
There the Democratic leaders have ar
rayed their party In hostility to thu ne
groes; and tho consequence is, neither
life nor property are secure In that
part ol Mississippi. The white woman
and child go to bed nt night with the
fear of death at the hand of negro mur
derers and raviihers, and the negro who
meets a white man believes ho sees in
hltn a mortal foe likely to kill him in cold
blood for the crime ot being a d d nig
ger. There tho carpet-bagger still has
great influence, and society Is turbulent.
From places like Vicksburgthe Northern
Itadlcal draws his most effective political
weapon, nnd demands that the protec
tion of the law, operated b thu central
government, shall be thrown over the
colored man. In this way Democrats of
the Vlcksburg kind tho negro hating
and slaughtering kind become tho allies
of tho Radicals, endanger local govern
ment and enablu the cormorants of the
Jfcpiiblican party to continue feasting ofl
the public spoil.
l or our part we urefer Meinnhls to
Vlcksburg. It may lie more Democratic
10 persecute and murder negroes as the
kind of Democrats do: but
11 ruira,i J lll0v Gallaway wo
bfcllevt! tlwt 11 Is w'r d more Chris-
Ull-11KU 10 ir(-':M mum like human behi-'s,
aim icait iiicin uy persuasion, not ihivi.
i . . . - i i w
t,,(jm b' blows
(Mo.) Conner, nub-
11,,,iei1 liiMU;litt)l county, where tltero
will be n judicial choaking on the lllth of
Augip-t, wants to know if men ou-rht to
no iitui''. in theory wo aro not in fuvnr
ol the custom, but wu aro often at a loss
to know lor what other purpiHo than
nangitig some persons weru bioiiL'lit Intn
,,.:Z.w . . i. Zu V.ul
; : - - u part.., tno
w. in in una niaiu.
liii'.uu will be a re-uulou ol the I'our-
. .1. 1111...!. 1 ...
ivuiuii milium loniiuni, at iieafillowu,
on tno 'join oi Aiigiii-t.
)n i iitwi'iuailers of tlie national
i ... .
of I Krango liavo been located at Louisville
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1 lcUir,ni Aiii.rlri
,',.olJu'''',:-- blmlcrj'-W i.uuiberH,
volumes, full f'llt
I rocco; covt If II ; for sale at $lfb
FflOM VIENNA. ILL,
T.nt .'i.llli !litliiTlie '. .1 . HO'i'i-
Tlie hum iioiikc Miif"!""
. Ilnrl or Miii'i-lr(-Pr'lliit-Iiihi
THhI l Inli.
Viknna, lu... July 12, 187.. .
Kniniu IU i.i.v.nx : This section of
the country ha been vllted with n num
ber ot very hard and damaging rains
Uthlittlm lat few days. On Friday
night, Saturday morning anil night, and
it Interval all day Sunday, heavy show
ers of rain lell. lu the bottoms every
thing Is under water. Freshly cut wheat
lias been injured some, hut.to what ex
tent It Is Impossible to tell jut yet.
Many farmers complain that it 1 sprout
ing badly. The tobacco crop is nNo suf
fering, nnd HI feared will be seriously
Injured. The wet weather ha caused it
to "trench" badly, and unless tne winn
er clears oil' In order to give grower a
chance to top It, n gteat deal will not be
worth gathering. The corn crop looK
exceedingly well, but in many Instance.
need working very bad, which It Is Im
possible to do such weather as tht. New
hay Is iilo In a bad way. nnd much of It
will doubtless lie spoiled.
U not Improving much thl year, in
deed It was the hope and expectation of
our people, that when the Cairo A. in
eenne.s railroad wa completed, the town
would take a start and never stop grow
lug. Vain hope About the only thing
the town or county has gained by the
building of tho Cairo & Vlneennes road
has been to saddle a debt of $100,000 on
the people, to pay the Interest on which
the people are "taxed to death. ' 1 his
Is thu cry of the despondent. But why Ihj
discouraged? That the road I not doing
u much good just now Is true: hut It
will do us good alter awhile. It takes
time to get great a undertaking like the
building any equipping of a railroad like
the Cairo & Vlnccnne- road In good
running order. But the C. & V. is com
ing out. It will be a great road niter
THi; COl'ltT HOUsK AMAIN.
Mr. Chas. Ham, one of the contractors
to build the Vienna court house, lias
brought suit against Mnj. A. J. Kttyken
dall to recover the stun of $5,000. which
lie (Ham) claims as hi- share of the
profits growing out of the contract, but
which he never got. It seem that Ham
and Squire I. N. Pearco took the con
tract to build the court house. Alter do
ing a small amount ot work, Ham went
away, took a contract on the C. A V.
road, if I am correctly Informed, and
was gone for a year, or perhaps two or
three years. MaJ. ICtiykendall ami
Squire Pearce made a contract, or per
haps, under the original contract of
Pearce and Ham, entered Into an ar
rangement with x J., w leKwirc to com
plete tho work. Wick wire built the
court house, and now Ham wants a part
of the profits growing out of it. Wlieth
cr he will get It or not, or whether he i-
entitled to It, Is more than I am able to
decide. The courts will settle that ques
cot Tiinni: AGAIN.
Our new county board of Supervisor
organized to-uay. rnooiu ring, oi
Jack K'uykeiidall, Bill I.ooney, .orvc
Dainron nml ex-sheriff Gray are the
The old ring Is as dead as
and ain't be resurrected. They
have run the county till they have near
.,,..t...iiK!i it, ami now ine people pro
pose to run it awhile. Hugh Hnggins
one of the old Investigating committee,
who gave Gray and the ring so much
trouble last Fall, wa elected chairman of
the Board; nnd Bill Suit and Josh
West, the other members of tlio same in
vestigating committee, were each placed
nt the head of Important committees Suit
on the committee on finances and West
on the committee on equalization.
Messrs. Tliacker, Helm and Kerley, the
other members who are opposed to the
ring, were In attendance, and each as
signed to some Important position. There
are nine members ol the hoard three
ring, and six nntl-riug. Politics does
not enter into tlio management of county
HAD HIS lit I A I..
Davis, the man who stabbed Virgil
Brock, at l'orman on Saturday, July 3d,
had a preliminary hearing before Justice
of the Peace Buyt to-day, and was held
to ball In the stun of $1,500 for his ap
pearance at the next term of the circuit
court. Ho could not give thu required
bond and was sent to Jail. Brock Is still
alive, but It U Impossible for him to re
cover. I nm told by Col. Miller, of
Formnii, that Squire Davidson, of that
place, received a letter a day or two ago
from the slierlllof Shelby county, Indiana,
Inquiring for Davl, and stating that lie
Is wanted there for tho murder of his
mother-in-law. Davis Is u hard man,
and deserves hanging as much as any
man in the world.
We went to Fornian on
and took a look through Chapman &
I loss's mammoth saw mill located at;that
Iilaec. 'i'lils Is beyond all doubt thellncAt
piece of mill property In till Egypt tlio
mill lionse ami muelilnery alone costing
upwards of S-10,000. Mews. Chapman
x Hess aro now turiilnir out all kinds of
material for wagonx, plow beams, linn-
dle, axles, etc., and lumber
of every description. Tliov
have one ot the llnet timber ranges in
tlio .Southwest, and every article shipped
from their mill is lirst-elass lu ever re-
(poet. Col. Sain. Hess, ono of tlio oldest
and moH highly esteemed citizens of this
county, and Mr, Frank Chapman, of
Unrl.o.lttU., aro tho proprietors, and aro
giving the ctablUhment their personal
supervision. We found tliem both with
their sleeves rolled up and working like
good fellows. They deserve success, and
if energy, tact and hard labor will bring
It they will certainly have It.
Hut I have already written more than
1 intended when 1 began tills letter and
will close. More anon. I.nx
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