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JOKXK. OBBKLY, Editor.
THE 01I.TOW.Jf ACKEY HOAX.
The St. I.ouU Times Is the only news
paper In the country that made public
the details of the Moulton-Mnckey duel,
nt Lonff Branch. The public clamored
Tor a cti.itlon, nnd the Time), In that
rplrlt of cleverness for which it Is noted,
furnished It, The dclalls ran somewhat
thin : Mackey was a partlzan of Bccchcr.
He courted an Insult from Moulton, mid
not In vain. Feeling grouty Insulted, he
essayed a bout with Moulton nt fisticuffs.
Moulton declined such n contest would
only light where life was Involved.
Hence a duel was arranged. Mackey
'came up shaky;" Moulton perfectly
calm and complacent. Mackey tired.
Moulton, unharmed, pushed the quiver
ing Becchcrltc aside; placed his own rat
tan walking stick in his (Mackey) tracks;
resumed his post, fired, nnd shattered the
cane Into a thousand splinters. "There,
now," said he, addressing Mackey, "you
see what an easy matter It would have
been for me to have killed you. Hut go,
and 11 any more of you Needier men
want to fight, for the Lord's sake send
ine one that can laco death without get
ting up n dance, a la St. Vitus. I have
done .with yon, and all llecchcritcs like
It may detract somewhat from the in
terest of these details to remark that they
are utterly without foundation; but no
one, on that account, should disparage
the enterprise of our St. Louis cotcmpo
rary. Untrue as they arc known' to be,
the Timet wa9 the first journal to lay
them before the public.
ARBITRABLE E.HM, NOT FIltHXENS.
The number of citizens who are dis
posed to believe that Mayor Winter's
superintendence of municipal affairs par
takes largely of arbitrariness, has been
much Increased by tho recent threatened
decapitation of Chicf-of-police, W. M.
Williams. The appointment of Captain
Williams gave great satisfaction, even to
those who resisted Mayor Winter's elec
tion. The act was received as n fore
shadowing of the Mayor's determination
to maintain a dignified, respectable ad'
mlnstratlon to bring to his aid, in
the mauascmcnt of nubile nf-
fairs, such persons ouly ns had won the
confidence ana respect of the public, lie
had promised to counsel with clear-head
ed, unselfish men, and, bringing into his
police force Messrs. Williams, La Hue,
n nitcainp and other reputable citizens,
everybody felt assured that his promise
wouiu Do Honestly observed. Within
the past week or two, however, Mr. Win.
... i . 11
mm ii.is ery pomicuiy indicated a pur
pose to "run tlie town in his own way"
away mat geems to have moio friction
about It than tho council will tolerate.
He has smacked off the offlcl.il heads of
police constables Schuster nnd Whit-
camp, nnu with an arbitrariness that
would better become the.liulge Advocato
or n Court Martial, than tho
elective olllccr of a city, ho utter! v re
fuses to furnUli even an Intimation of tho
causes that led to their removal. These
men have a right to bo heard, nud us tho
council will grant them n hearing, the
refusal ot the Mayor to Inform them of
the nature of the charges against them,
will simply delay an Investigation, and
prolongate marred condition of the police
lorce. If, by such a course, Mayor Win
ter expects to win a reputation "r
"Jacksonian firmness," many days will
not pass before he is brought to u full
realization of his mistake. Firmness has
no bucIi elements. He Is falling Into ar
bitrary processes, and the sooner lie
abandons them, the better for his own
reputation, and the good of the corpora
tion of which he is the head.
CONRTITUTIOX.NAV1XU IX HEX-
No portion of tho American people
manliest a greater concern for the pres
ervation ot the "Constitution of our
Fathers" than our neighbors across the
Ohio. A State election will be held
among them In August next, nnd If one
might judgo from tho fervid utterances
of the thousand and one orators In the
field, the Issue embodies this and nothing
more: "Shall tho Federal Constitution
of our Fathers bo preserved, Intact, or
tall a prey to vandal hands r" Men who,
less than a dozen years ago, were hurl
ing storms of shot and shell at the
avowed defenders of that sacred Instru
ment, nro now sore distressed lest Its fair
proportions bo marred by Its friends.
A Louisville orator, persuaded In Ills
own mind that Kentucky ought to bo on
the alert, In tho constitution-saving busi
ness, admonished his hearcts that all
other questions wero of minor conse
quence. "How can we," said he, "pre
serve the constitution of our fathers V In
View of the pending danger, disputes
oyer minor polnU are as senseless us It
would be to quarrel over the arrange
inent of thefumlturc In the house, while
the edifice Itself Is Involved in a confla
gration. Let us first address ourselves to
the extinguishment of the flames and the
lesser matters can be adjusted afterwards.
Let us restore a constitutional govern
ment to the country, and tho consequent
peace, prosperity and happiness that, will
now from it will be tho bright sun of
the morning that will dissipate all tho
mists that have been engendered by sec
tional hatred, the tyrannous legislation,
md vllllanous rnlsgovemment ot the
lUdlcal party." It was tho "Constitu
tion of our Fathers" about which the
orator was so solicitous. Tho 13th, 1 1th
and 16th amendments were not tho work
of "our fathers;" and, as a consequence,
were not such ohjwu as excited the
speaker's concern. They prohibit the
payment of the rebel debt- confer the
rights of citizenship upon the negro nnd
formed, therefore, apart of tln;B'-tyraii-nous
legislation." Admitting of hud, n
classification, they may, (for all lf)
spker Intimated to the contrary) "be
MUWbed, and be d d to 'em."
Mm. Jmix Houiki lui bta u
Jootod to Another oxposiiro thU time nt
the hands of Ilotton SplrhualUts, Blio
wore tho tack provided for her by Olcott.
Olcott had declared It "all right;" but
these curious Huston pcoplu Insisted tip
on an examination of It for themselves.
An adroitly concealed draw string wm
found, which, connecting with the
mouth of the sack, enabled her to dU
phy hands nnd masks at pleasure. This
aid to her trickery wns not removed, It
seems; but the circle essayed the adopt
ion of means to render Its tisu unavailing.
in this they were only partially
successful. She managed to exhibit
one ot her hands, and two faces. A lady
In the circle solemnly testified that one
of the faces belonged to tho medium. A
gentleman present, who Inspected the
other face, declared with equal certainty,
that the other face was a mask. On the
succeeding evening the circle Insisted
upon test conditions. One hundred dol
lars were offered for the privilege of
searching her person. This oiler she In
dignantly rejected. "Since Olcotfs in
vestigation she ought to be considered
nboo suspicion." Before en
tering the cabinet, however,
she consented to such restraint
as might be imposed by plus, and the
Bostonlnns pinned her more skillfully
than she anticipated they would. The
result was, no "manifestations. Tho
wily woman managed to exhibit u por
tion of the back of her hand, but all the
signing and prayerful Invocations of the
audience could bring out nothing llirtlicr.
"xliaustlon,"Mrs. JIblnics Insisted," was
the cause of the failure; " but, reaching
the sidewalk, she shook the dust of the
city from her feet In less than half an
hour. The members ot the circle pub
lished the details of their "Investiga
tion," adding au expression of their
conviction that Mrs. 11. Is a bad woman,
and an unhesitating trickster. And thus
down she goes again; this time beyond
the resurrectlouery means of all the Ol
cotfs and Lippltts that ever attempted
to Invest her lraud with the seeming of
Xr.WHi'Arnu men who participated in the
Murphysboro celebration oflho oth, deny
with earnest persistency, the presence of
any considerable number of drunken men
'1 he editor of the Grand Tower Item,
grant, "for argument's sake," that nfew
of the participators were drunk ; but jus-
tilles their drunkenness by Scriptural
precedents and present Christian prac
tices. "H Christians may have wine nt
sacrament, why," Inquires the ingenious
I editor, "may not firemen partake of lager
beer on Independence Day? Noah and
Lot and other old patriarchs got drunk,
thousands ot years ago. Why, in view
of these examples might not patriotic
citizens of tills great Uepublic get drunk
on the Nation's birthday'?"' And thus the
fellow rattles on, concluding with the in
timation that lager beer Is essential to n
full expression of patriotic feeling, and
that, therefore, those who remained so
ber, during their stay at Murphysboro,
were not patriots.
t r . ii
ui;iiman, named uoppc, lor many
years .Mr. Ualllgher's chief mlller,lias be
come possessed of the strange idea that
ho has discovered menus whereby human
life may bo prolonged Indefinitely. His
Idea Is that gold ami silver tubes may be
so connected with tho respiratory system
as to Insure a perpetual existence to the
wearer. So thoroughly convinced is ho
that the plan will succeed, that his
friends are apprehensive that ho will at
tempt to tuimv It. t or to
ttie noiiy oi some eniiu mat nu may ue-
gullo beyond the reach of succor. The
result, Instead of everlasting life, will be
Instant death. The man is unquestiona
bly insane, and should be sent to Jones
boro. His wife, If we mistake not, is al
Standing on the street corner, the
other day, wo heard au Inquiry pro
pounded, of the lollowlng character:
"If Dan Munn was not a participator In
the whisky frauds, how could ho main
tain au establishment and a style ol liv
ing, the cost of which must have exceed
ed tho salary of his office fully tour fold?"'
We felt Inclined to deny that Mr. Munn
did anything of the kind ; but the
prompt interposition of a bystander,
who declared that .Mr. Munn was worth
S-jr),000 before he entered upon the duties
of his olllce, rendered any such denial
unnecessary. And thus was tlie problem
solved, and Mr. Muuu's virtue vindi
cated. A coxsinnuAULK rlso of tho Ohio and
Mississippi rivers nt this season of the
year, Is of rare occurrence. Thousands
of acres of land subject to overllow from
tho "June freshets" are plowed and
planted alter the subsidence of thc-o an
nual "rises," and good crops gathered
therefrom, This year, however, forms
an exception. These thousands of acres
are now under water, and tho crops
thereon ruined. Tlie loss sufl'ered from
this cauo will aggregate many thousands
of dollars many farmers of our own
county sullcrlug heavily. As no time Is
left wherein to replant, thelo-s Is Irrepar
able. A CiiitiSTUN gentleman who attended
a Sabbath school plcnlein Massac county,
says that the music was furnished by a
young lady and her father, the latter
blowing tlie life, and the young lady
beating the snare drum, a la Tip Prentiss.
It Is furthermore said ol this young lady
that she Is a ready rhymer; slugs like a
nightingale, works in the hay field, can
out-Jump any young man In tho whole
neighborhood, and yet figure as n hello
In the ball room. It Is only In Kgypt,
of course, that such girls can bo vege
tated. She will prove a treasure to some
man If tho man behaves himself. Other
wise she will be Just what she ought to
be, tho master.
Duiiino tho recent lire In Dublin the
glitters run full of boiling whisky.
Twenty-three of the several hundred citi
zens who drank of It, died during the en
suing night. A fearful admonition this,
that when you do drink whisky, you tako
W hew, frpm Mtwy vUltfirt fram thp
Hot Bln((i complaint- both loud flm'l
deep, about llm exorbitant exftolloii" of
the resident, physicians. Thn etiangcr
there Is led to believe that, should he be
nble to gain access to the bath houses
without the Intervention ot a doctor, the
waters will do him no good, for no oilier
breasts harbor the secret of their use.
Hence lie hunts up n physician, pays a
fee and obligates himself to repeat the
operation weekly, and then discovers that
he Is paying out n considerable ninount
of money without receiving any thing
like au equivalent therefor. Personally,
we know nothing about this matter; but
if the complaints we hear nro well
grounded, the king of esculaplau leeches
congregated there should be broken up.
Nature supplies the water free, anil In
sufllcicnt abundance for all; and u tho
Springs belong to the government, It
seems to us that all undue and unreason
able.burrlcrs against Its free use,sliould be
torn down. If any of our citizens con
template a vl'lt thither, let them obtain
a quantity analysis ol tiie water.-, and
any Intelligent Cairo physician can give
all the directions that will be needed. In
this way they can lescti the expenses ol
their trip in per cent or more.
Tin: Iowa Commercial Is the name of a
mammoth weekly published In Daven
port ami Dubuque by Mcl.aury and San
ders. Twenty-eight years ago Mr. San
ders published a paper In Cairo the
Delta, a sprightly sheet, that attained a
circulation of nearly eight hundred sub
scribers. The Commercial 1 specially d
voted to the material Interests of Iowa,
and exhibits an ability and IntliKry In Its
gut up that will speedily place It at the
very head of Journals of Its ulu, in the
Tin: Pulaski county court having
levied taxes for county u-e, greatly In
excess of the constitutional limit, a col
lection of the delinquent taxes cannot be
enforced. It N possible that the court
may rebate the excess, and render a new
Judgment against the delinquent preiu
ises ; but such a course would involve a
refunding of the excess already paid Into
the county treasury. The matter is quite
complicated, and will seriously mar the
efficiency of the county administration
'Jim: neighboring village of Grand
Tower is about to enter upon n .season of
unexampled corporation extravagance
I The board of aldermen, making provis
ion for the ensuing fiscal year, set aside
Shit) for fees and salaries. It this extra
ordinary allowance doc not lead the
Grand Tower officials Into an Indulgence
of lager, green turtle and ungodlincs
their olllcial virtue Is incorruptible.
bmi things would have excited but
little attention, in Kentucky, during the
days of slavery ; but now they are elassa.
bio with other enormities. We refer, par
ticularly, to the fact that a negro man
living near Ford's Ferry, committed i
rape, a lew days ago, ii pontile body of
His own (laughter. The beast fled the
nieghborhood ; but officers of the law are
In pursuit ot him.
Winii.v two miles of Vinecnnos there
Is a fifty aero field, thickly overgrown
Willi bcarhur hliwklwiry btrsliM. Thu an
nual crop exceeds live thousand bushels.
Tho entire town and all the adjacent
country Is supplied from that source, yet
hundreds, even thousands of uunlivls
remain unpicked, and rot on tlie ground.
Tin: reeunt i'i"s " iim management
ortlic Alexander County lfank has in
spired increased confidence In the Insti
tution, and has led to a very perceptible
increase of business already. Mr. Wells
Is acting us cashier pro tern., the perma
nent cashier not having been named vet.
Mn. W. 11. Donaldson, the seroiiaut,
about whoso safety so much solicitude
has been expressed, was connected with
Itanium's hippodrome. His salary
fixed at SVJ.OOO for the season.
Xollilu Yet llfiiril I'roin Illinium h
Ciiicauo, July 'JO. Nothing whatever
nas neen learned to corroborate tlie story
ol tlie Donaldson balloon having lauded
in the vicinity of South Haven, .Mich.
The operator at that point knew nothing
of it last night, nud communication wlin
that .section Is severed to-day. The story
is generally discredited here. Howards
amounting to tcvcu hundred dollars have
been otlered for the recovery of the bo
dies of the leronauts, and tugs are now
hunting the lake for them.
SI'IX'MI. 'IO IIAlt.S'L'M.
The following was received by Mr.
Itanium this morning :
Soinn Havkn, Mich., July 20. P. T.
Harnuin No truth in report of Donald
son landing here It Is a sell.
F. It. Dixon, Operator.
Huskies tho reward of S.'iOO oll'ered by
Haruum's manager, Mr. Coup, for tho
reenvcri' of illlwr if llm Imilinc .mtclil,.
parties have augmented the sum consid
erably. '1 no proprietors ol tho Evening
Journal, who liavo taken an unusual in
terest In the matter on account of their
missing employe, yesterday received the
lollowlng ironi Mr. King, the lerouaut:
Ci.i;vi:i.vM, O., July lt, 187fl. To the
Chicago Keening Journa I: If your citi
zens are raising funds to Institute search
lor Prof. Donaldson and his companion,
mn me uowu lor $iw, and draw on mo
at sigut. t)AMl,KIl A, Ki.Nd, Aeronaut.
The Journal iH added $100 to this
amount. Mr. King also telegraphed the
wiiiii paper as ioiiow s :
It Is my opinion that Donaldson and
uriinwood have reached tho woods of
.uicnigan, on tlio lake shore, and that
they-will lollow the coast In their ell'orts
to extricate themselves. Send a tug to
cruise along thu shore, as It may bo the
means ol saying them from starvation.
Spare no menus to save the lives of tho
men, and believe nothing of thu stories
told of Intentional absence lor tho pur
posy of creating a sensation.
Samcim, A. ICinu, Aeronaut.
Wasiiinhion, July 20. Tho Postmas
ter General shows an earnestness In his
proceedings against mail contractors who
fall-In their obligations lie yesterday
confiscated to tlie uso of the government
three certified checks amounting to 1U,.
UD2, deposited according to law by .Mat
thew Draper, a falling contractor, accom
panying his bid on routo 110,09(1. This Is
the first Instance In which the Depart
ment lias confiscated such cheeks. The
Postmaster General has also coiniuem.'ed
Milt against tho hoiidsinen of over forty
falling mall contractors.
THK pAIWT BULLETIN.
rpilR llOU.iq i.V l 1'uMUhod every morning
(except Hominy) In llic llullctln llnlldlntf, cor
ner Washington m Mini' nnd Twelfth slictt.
Tub llUM.KNN I? nerud to city sub-crlluTs by
faithful currltuutTwrnty-Klvr Ci-nta uWnk,
payable wiiUy. II)' Mull, (In nd value), tin per
milium six nionlln, Mi three month, j3j miv
month, $1 'a.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
rnbllshrd i'V. ry 'llmrsd.iy morning nl 1 as
per minimi, inwinbly In ndviincu. rJ liu jioitaffa
on tlie Weekly will I lri'mil nt lliln ollicc, so
(lint snbicrllx rs will obtain I'm- n enlncrhittiin
lice of $1 a year.
DA I 1. Y.
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One mjimiv, nne li't rtlon 1 (fl
One square, two imiTtloni i f,o
One Hqtuiie, one week, j)
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One hjiiiv, one month 5 o)
One tqu.ui., one Insertion 00
l.ttcll Militcqtunt hisirilon, 60
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ilaccmcnti. tiolh ns to rule oi difirKis ami milli
ner of illiqliyhiK their favors.
83-Xollcrt In local column Inserted for Klf
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Communications upon subjects of Ken-
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Tho People's Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Est aetor,
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Take no other.
'Hear: fur I will Meak of f.Melknt llilnjrs.'
Man 111 Itiitid,.
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I.nmh;lLro. Ijimn llnck.
Snr Tlironl ur()ulnsy.
Isori- or Inflamed Eyes or
1 Dliirrlien, Dysentery.
Sun- Ml'-, Intlumcd
iriiltilul ur too I'rol'iHe
Mlllt l.i ir, Oviiliati DU-ea-e
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larircd or Inllanied Vcln-i.
I71ei's, (Hit hoiej. Inlir-
..... mil Ulcerations
A1 HnllN, Carliiinelei, Tn-
nTun-i-riw a t mor-i, Hot .Su filings.
INTERNAL "ins ami llunhuij, dial
ed or Sole Ki et.
ifh.illiiKM.lhinic 34 or Sad
I'iIoii orWhlllow, l'roit-
11I l.lmbs or l'urt-i,
.IiiHiiilti IIIIoh. Inser.t
tthiKl, Chajiped IIumH.
OJII'S r. lit ( I U for sale by nil l'lrsl
4'luss Urii'iulsm, nnd reeoininenihdhy
nll DniKKltU, I'liyolcliuitip mid eierj.
ImmI.v whu lins el er limil II.
I'liiiiptilot eontaimiiK lllctory and Vtet mail
ed free on application, if not louudnlyoiir
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.Vi'ii Yorlc mid I.0111I011.
Notice to Contractors.
SKAl.CDpruiiii.aU avIU ho lecclU'il nt llienf
lleeofilic liuvernor, In siirliij-lli lil, until
noun ol' Aut-'im tiii, 1". ill which Ih'ii! they
w ill he opcni-l, in thu plcsciuc. of llm hiilder-i,
for tlieeiectl 11 and comphllon of the
nf the llllnoHSouthein Ilotpllal for the lii-anc,
sit Anna, I'll on eolinly. Illinois.
All hhU Hull bhowllie ebtlmaled enst of the
mali riiiU loliv lnrnl'liud and of the work lo he
dune iil't.ii'liiu,uriptlon In detail 114 In Hie spt
lillc.illoiij aid each proposal mimt heiiciujm
panleil hy n uund of one thousand dollars, nijjn
I'd hy at least three suretieM. The succosful bid
der shall hi-rciiiiiicd to kImhi bond lo the I'eo
pleof the Sii( in the sum of two hundred Ihoil
nind diillan for tho faithful performance of tho
contract. Tlie board ivoeiveslhe ilpht to leject
iiuy nud all huh, Ifdccim-d lor the lub'iest ol Hit
rians ui.'i bix-clllcalluiiH w ill be 1111 e.hlhltlou
nt llie ollicc u Iho comiiiUnlouers, in Anna, on
or nflcr liil 25, It""', wheie ii copy of the law
can be Ken l'ropoMilt) must be encloswl In
cealeil envcloiies, endorfccd ! "l'ronaU for the
eiecllnn of iliu South Wllijf," biiiI aihliesMl lo
llie"ll!iiinl,ifCiiniiiil'loners for llm erection of
the Southern Illinois luwine Ahvlum, cure (,'ov
Inly 16, 175, Commlfcsloiiers,
OP A VICTIM.
Published us n warnln( and lor Ihe benellt o
VouiiK Men nnd olhers w ho cuU'er fiom Xmimi
Debllliy, I.uss of Manhood, etc., (living liU
links of m If.cure, iifu r unilcrKnuiK much nil
filhiifiind expenko, and mailed ft in on leceiy.
Ins a inii..pald dlivclnl emelopo. Aiblress NA
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WHOI.HSALK AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close
Cornnr 10th St. nnd Commercial Av
C. O. PATTER & CO.
iti:.i. iistati: .iiiiisr.
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;0NVEYANCER3, NOTARIES P03LIC
Land Awmts of tho Illinois Cnntrul and
ojunincioit una uuincy K. n.
North Cor. Sixth ami Ohio Lovoo,
I. CI. I.V.teil. M. J. UOWLET.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Dolloctors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At the Court House
"L'lMiiirtlliMiHliljr lh lsl mislulnwl
uorli ol'tlii' liiuil In I In- Woi-lit."
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It iienolratot every mouth, wo must c-oi"
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ciitcrtnlncrs of the public mind, lor Its vut
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Mjffcs for Vttrloty.tntcrprl-e.artUtlc wealth,
mid literary culture thnt ban kept pace with,
If it has not led the tlmen, t-houlil cause lti
conductors to regard It with iuMlliablo com
placency. It ul-o entitles them' to a treat
claim upon the jiubllc gratitude. The
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