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tUmdtuu Xntr on Krrry Pne.
JOHK X. OBIILT, Editor.
A correspondent of the St. J.ouW lie
publican writing from Wellington on
the subject or river Improvement, show?,
from a table of figures mnde up from the
various appropriations for this purpose,
the manifest Injustice which has been
shown toward the people of the Missis
sippi Valley. It appears that New Eng
land has received $0,375,4SS; the Middle
aUtcs, $11,768,015; the Southern states,
$0,400,833: Indiana. Illinois mid
Ohio. S4.0o0.610: Missouri, Iowa
and Minnesota, $G7i,r00, and
Mlchlflrnn "hud Wisconsin. $8,70,i"O.
Tlie total amount which has been np
proprlatcd Is $51,005,312. It will bo seen
from the above that the two states,
Michigan and Wisconsin, have received
OTcr one-sixth of the entire sum appro
priated, and nearly as much as the Mis
sissippi river throughout Its entire
dank. All was rcany lor tins
movement, when McClellan consented to
wait till next day. R was a great mis
fortune for him, as he thus lost n unique
occasion In the course ol the campaign."
REPORTED HEAVY ROMIEtlY.
The St. Louis Times of yesterday con
tained what It called "a startling rumor"
concerning tho robbery of the United
States sub-treasury nt that point, ilie
Times said : Late last night a good deal
of excitement was caused in private clr-1
clcs by the report that tho vaults ot the
United States sub-treasury had been
forced open and $883,000 In United States
bonds extracted. A Times reporter made
diligent Inquiries about the affair, but did
not succeed In obtaining any reliable in
formation about the matter, it was sta
ted that early Saturday morning the pri
vate watchman was sent away from the
treasury on some trilling errand. When
he returned, he found that the vault had
been opened cither with a hey or by
force and relieved of $583,000 In United
States bonds. He Is said to have repor
ted tho case at onee to one of the oMcl1t,
but with what result Is not known. At
all events the matter has been kept very
quiet so far.
From tho Springfield Journal of Mon
day we learn that State Treasurer Itldg
way, who had lccn attending a meeting
of the Board of Trustees of the Southern
Normal University at Carbondale, had
held a conversation with Judge Crawford
of the Williamson county circuit, regard
ing the reign of terror caused by the
Hcnderson-Dulllncr feud. Judge Craw
ford commended tho action of the Gov
ernor and of tho local authorities In oflcr
Ing liberal rewards for the capture of the
assassins, and gave it as his opinion, an
opinion in which Judge Duff concurs,
that this is the only method which prom
ises relief. Both these gentlemen insist
that tnllltla would be of no service In put
ting down tho assassins, who plan and
xccutn their murderous plots In secret.
mho oucr oi rewards, his uopeu, lyox
citing the cupidity of some of the gang,
may lead one or more of them -to turn
State's evidence and give the information
so much desired. The prospects for tho
apprehension and punishment of some of
the parties may really bo said to be look
ing up. Sheriff Norris, of Williamson,
who passed through Springfield a few
days ago, reported to Governor ltcvcr
Idge that the feeling In the county is now
greatly aroused in favor of the prompt
and vigorous execution at uo lnws. "Ho
too," says tuo Joumnt, "ticouted the
idea that mttHla would be of any service
lu securing the apprehension ol the as
sassins, and preferred to trust to the reg
ular officers of the law and such local as
elstance as they could secure, encouraged
by the liberal rewards, to attempt the
capture- ot tho outlaws." This Is fair
and seasonable talk, but if not supple
mentcd by the right sort of effort, it is
worse than idle. The time has arrived
when the people of Southern Illinois will
no longer be satisfied with discussion
of these troubles. Suppression Is what
THE COVNT'N U1NTOUY.
Speaking of the History of tho Ameri
can War, by Comte de Pari, the Nation
says that "It is by far the most dramatic
part of the work, not only on account of
the singular Interest of Its sanguinary
conflicts, but also of tho tone of emotion
wldch pervades It. This unfortunate
campaign was the first In which the
Comte dc l'arls was engaged. He must
have had all along the keenest feeling of
curiosity, and his vivid descriptions show
how well Ids mind preserved tho image
of the battle-fields on which ids spurs
were won. Ho always speaks with af
fection end grattudo of his chief, General
McClellan, but lib low nt (ruth some
times fornes from him declarations which
show how much McClellan was wanting
In some of tho qualities of the great
strategist or tactician."
That the Count sacrifices Ids personal
affection to truth, is proven by his no
count of tho battle of Fair Oaks, in which
ho condemns Gen. McClellan. "Half the
Federal army," he says, "remained Inac
tive, whcult might have transformed
Into victory the battle of Fair Oaks.
General McClellan had Indeed felt how
iiupuruuu u was w iicjp aumner ny a
movement of all Its right wing. From
hit headquarters at Gaines' Mill ho saw
tho smoke, which rose above tho trees,
tracing the undulations of the battlefield
ana marking tuo constant progress of
the enemy, lie had two army corps
under bis hand. Iieforo him the
Chlckahominy, though rising, was
still practicable; two bridges,
already much advanced, could be
finished in a few hours ; on tho oppo
site mil, which commanded this approach,
there was no work of the enemy. Wo
u.w only, on the most prominent parts
Ot the plateau, one or two regiments,
which went to and fro with n suspicious
ostentation. McClellan could have left a
division with the great park of artillery
t the depot, d with three others ho
.Rthjfat, 1b the neighborhood of New
' Bfttfe, bare Alien on tho Coufcdcrato
The September number of Llpplntotf
is full of brilliant attractions. The open
ing, illustrated paper, "Moc Under
wood," by A. J. Volek. will be found
very Interesting and amusing, botlt In U
writing and In the cuts Illustrating the
same. "Glimpses of Polynesia" Is
quite nu entertaining bit of description,
with some handsome Illustrations. This
Is followed by two charming verses on
"Moods," by Emma Lamms. Next we
have the first Installment of Mrs. E. Lynn
Linton's new romance, "The Atonement
of Learn Dundas," the opening chap
ters of wiiirh arc certainly very able
clear cut, mid fascinating, promis
ing a better story even than
"Fati-lcla Kcmball,'' which was spoken
of by tho best English nnd American
rrltles n. In miuiv respects, euual to
George Eliot's MIddlcmarch,', nnd Mrs.
Linton Is, without doubt, one of the few
rising novelists of the present generation.
Our readers should not fall to procure
this number of lAppincott's Magazine,
Edward Kenrsiey furnMies another
"Cauip-FIre Lyric." An article on
"Our Architectural Future," by Edward
C. Ilrucc, Is very timely anil welt put
pointed, nnd sketchy, but carnct and In
telligible withal. "Tho Comrades," in
four chapters, by Sarah Winter
Kellogg, Is a delightful, .-liort
romance, touching the finest
and deepest chords ol human nature, and
touching them finely nnd lightly with n
feeling and master-hand. "A llococo
Love-Story,'' by Sarah 11. WUter, Is of a
different sort, but will find Its admirers.
'The llojplceofthe Great St. llcrnanl,"
by Charlotte Adams, Is a short, vivid
piece of description, full of a pleasurcablc
but not extrnvagantcnthuslasui. hlilncy
recommended to procure a statute or
work of art lrom Miss Edmonla Lewis,
and hnvo the same put on exhibition nt
the Centennial celebration.
"Jtesoheil, That the committee, If nec
essary, organize a centennial Associa
tion or committee among our ladies to
raise money to carry out the above recommendation."
The lladical raeals of the Mound City
Soldiers' Monument CommlIon, did not,
as wo made the Mound City Journal say
vesterdiiv, persuade dipt, llambleton,
the Democrat ot the Commission, that
"statues" were "statutes." Even the
Journal does not believe that the Cap
tain Is so stupid. What wo intended to
snv the Journal had said, was that Capt
llambleton had been persuaded that
three statues were as good as five with
out any reduction of the price paid to the
Wi: always believed that Capt. Ham
bloton was one of the mot sagacious
men In this part of the State, and that ns
a linn stubborn man lie was not behind
Judge llross, of Cairo. We therefore re
grct to learn from the paper of his own
town that lie Is too stupid to buy turnips,
and that such men as Willis and Looney
led him by the nose into endorsing sev
eral of their "steals." The question Is :
Will the Captain rest under this -oft
Tlio ItPlKn of Terror nnsl l.nwlraars
III iiiiiinixwn nmn uintr lounilen,
Lanier's new poem, "In Absence,"
Is very beautiful and powerful, and It i
little more regular in Its force and ex
prcsslou would bo called a perfection of
the highest order of poetry. "A Saw
dust Fairy," by Charles Warren Stod
dard, is a pleasant story of a little theat
rical genius, with a sad and tragic end
hi''. "The Mother of lla'tlste," by
M. 1. Hull, Is a short story of French
character in the midst of our western
frontier life. T. Adolphus Trollone fur
nishes an interesting paper on "A Prefect
and a Prefecture in Sicily." "Smlthcrs,"
by Edward Spencer, is, as its full title In
dicates, a curious bit of It evolu
tionary history. It is well writ-
ten, nnd very attractive. Ihe
Monthly Gossip in this number Is, If any
thing, better than usual. It troats of
Lectures In Florence; A Uridal Reception
in the Harem ot the Queen of Egypt;
The Meeting at Willis's Rooms, London,
July 10, 1870 ; The Cultivation of Silk In
this Country, and a Novel Diagnosis.
The Literature of the Day Is fuller and
fresher, with more variety than usual,
tvltlnli a duoUluU ttuprovemunt. Al
together, the number Is very pleasing,
nnd will, we think, prove unusually
Jkkfeiisok Davis will not speak at
ltockford on the 14th of September, lie
telegraphed to the secretary of the board
of directors, canceling the engagement.
It Is believed 'that threatening letters
were written to Mr. Davis from Itoek
ford. Alter u meeting for consideration,
it was agreed by the members of the
board to adhere to ttie invitation, hut it
having, very properly, been canceled by
Mr. Davis himself, the board are relieved
from all further embarrassment on the
A vii.i,.usot' attempt to cut the levee
of the Mississippi river at Delimit, near
Napoleon, Arkansas, was made a few
days ago. The patrols discovered the
miscreants and a fight ensued, resulting
in the killing ot one of tho marauders,
the wounding of two others and the cap-
ture of tho fourth.
Ciik-tkk, Im.., Aug. 10. It nnnears
that the county or Williamson is Itself
unable to contain all thu Iniquity centred
mere. uj uc spreading out, as
it were. In order to contaminate more
peaceable communities, nnd thus, degree
after degree, submerge other localities in
n reign u oioou equal to tiielr own.
On yesterday two men nnd n woman
hi a wnron passed through the town of
Steelcvli-e, not disclosing their destina
tion, bn Idling tho people who had eu
rloMty eionghto inquire, that they hailed
from Wlliamson county.
Thus hey Journeyed nlong until they
got to tie hamlet called lllair, when the
two nici got into nu altercation which
wns teriilnatcd by one of the men shoot
ing thf ther with a shot-gun. The shot
took clivct directly under the shoulder lu
tho side tearing a tcrrlbio hole, the gun
being lculed with slugs.
The tiurderer instantly lied the scene
or hi crime, and the whole country nre
now scirchlng Tor lilm.
The nan that was shot did not die In
stantly and from murmurlngs he let rail
it is uulcrtood his name is Henry Nor
man. Tic voiuan took the team and turned
back, wending her lonely way no one tip
Denied t" care where.
Were tills little trio taken In charge
there I no doubt that a solution or some
of these murders In V illiamsou county
might be arrived at, especially ir a little
out lasniuiieu ptTMiasioii were tiscu.
Tho Antiquity of Intention.
To Noah Is attributed the Invention of
u Inc. 2317 B. C. Ale was known at least ,
ui 1 1. v., ami peer is mentioned ny
Xenonhon 401 11. C. Ilacktrauimon. the
ino-t ancient or our games, was Invented
by Palaiuedcs of Greece, 1221. Cues 1
if a later date, and originated six bun
dled and rlghtv years before the Chris
tian era. Tho first circus was
built by Tumuli), CO.". 11. C,
nb. 030 It. C. So it seems that the an
dents were not as destitute of amuse
ments as one would suppo.-e. Is it not
luio mat me great puiiosopncr,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
fJUIE BUM.KT1X Is bubllshetl evtry morning
(except Monday) in tho Hulk-tin Ttulldlng, cor
ner Washington avenue nnd Twelfth Blrccl.
The Hcllktix Is stned to city stilncrllicraby
faithful carriers ut Twenty J-'he Cents a Week,
payable weekly. HyMall, (In advance) , 10icr
annum) nix moiitlis, !) Hint' months, $3; one
month, SI 2.1.
y Tarquiii, ou.i u.
ealrlcal representations took
long ago as Ml H. C. The first
represented was written by The-
Hoiuci: Ilix.NUY, the oldest lawyer in
the United States, died In Philadelphia
last week. He had reached the age of
ninety-six years and had been a member
or the bar for over seventy-live years.
crates, delighted In chess? that Sophocles
amused His little friends by taking inem
to see inu gladiators and tragedians : aim
that ovcu the Immortal Homercould play
affair mnno of h;ickir:iiiiiuon V As for
iiiusifafiustmmciits, they possesse.l tho
tHaltorv. burn, llute. and that moU all
dent instrument, tho cymbal, which is
spoken ot as long ago as 100 11. C. The
llute was the Invention of Hayaglmis,
1000 B. 0. Organs were invented by
Archimedes, 220 II. C, and Nero played
upon thu melodious bagpipe ol A. u.
Sal of Ch.ci.ce
Comi'Luti: returns of the Kentucky
election give McCrcary's majority nt 30,
130. Tho legislature will stand 00 Demo
crats to 10 Republicans.
A Loxo liitANCii correspondent sug
gests the " Summer Capital " as the place
tor the Democratic National Convention
to be held.
Jtivi: thousand peoplu listened to
llenry Ward licecher's sermon at the
Twill Mountain lloneo no Insf Siiinl:iy.
Tiik President is now visiting Senator
IJiinislile in Jtliode Island.
TIIK COI.OKKW (i;XTi:..MAI
The colored people arc going to have
a linger In the centennial. At the recent
convention of colored editors nt Cincin
nati the following resolutions were
Wiikiikah. History, In Its general
meaning, signifies nn accon
..... U..o IWW AY1IICII IIUVU nuppi'lll'll
within the knowledge of man arranged
lu chronological order, together with the
causes which preceded them, nnd the va
rious effects, which they produced, and ns
history Is said to be the light of truth,
we desire to let tho coming generation
know our true history ; therefore, bo It
"llesohed, That we will publish vol
umes to be known ns the .'Centennial
Tribute to the Negro,' with the follow
ing departments :
1. Introduction of the Negro to the
New World, 1020.
2. One Hundred Years willi the Negro
3. One Hundred Years with the Negro
4. One Hundred Years with tho Negro
In the Schoolhouse, or ns an Educator.
5. One Hundred Years with the Negro
In the Pulpit.
0. One Hundred Years with the Negro
on tho Platform.
7. Ono Hundred Years with the Negro
Lawyers nnd Doctors.
8. One Hundred Years with the Negroes
0. One Hundred Vears with tho Negio
us nn Artist.
10. One Hundred Years with the Negro
as a Journalist.
11. One Hundred Years with the Ne
gro lu .Business.
12. One Hundred Years with the Ne
gro as u Farmer and Mechanic.
13. Ono Hundred Years with the Ne
1 f . One Hundred Years with the Ne
gro as a Prolessor.
10. One hundred Vears with the Ne
gro as a Statesmen and Politician.
10. Negro Martyrs.
"Jlesohed, That a commltteu of two bo
appointed to edit and superintend the
publication of said volume, and the same
be ready by tho -1th of July, 1870.
"Ileiolve'l, That the editors appoint a
committee on each department, and the
duty of said Committco on Edition shall
be to collect, compile and arrange ull ma
terial belonging to his special depart
ment, and forward tho same to the edi
tors by the 1st of January, 1870.
"Ilesokctl, That a committee of three
bo appointed, to bu known as tho Cen
tennial Committee, whose duty it shall bo
to correspond with thu Centennial Com
missioner, and urge upon him tho neccs
slty of having thu productions of
tho colored race represented in the Cen
tennial Exposition ; and tho said com
mittee Is recommended to tako such steps
as they In their Judgment may deem ex
pedient to have:tnercllglous, literary,
educational andw mechanical Interest of
tho Negro fully represented.
"Eesohed, That tho said committco Is
A I.ncnl aillllln Orttniilf'' "co,,,
iiM'iiutMi iy HIP
s,.i.iviii.-ini.i. Ills.. Aug. 10. A Mr.
urnaii ot Ourboiide has had an inter
t.i... ,1 i.i i rm..
viuw nun uuv. DurcmuTU to-uay. Mile
governor suggested that thu people of
Larbonuaie should lorm a militia com
pany which could act under the direction
of thesherill or mayor of the city to sup
press violence or make arrests. Mr.
Brush thought that the people were too
much engaged in their private business
to spend the time required for the re
quisite drill ; but the Governor has not
given up his theory, us will be seen by
the following letter, written to-day :
Exkcutivk Dkpaiit.mext. 1
Cntv.f.... lllc A.. j. in lu?.-.
To Hon. W. A. Lcmeriug, Mayorof C'ar-
Sin: I wish to suggest the propriety
of organizing an Independent military
company in Carbondale. 1 am not of the
opinion that the pressure or such an or
ganization would have a L'ood effect.
The expense would be small, as uniforms
arc not essential. The state can furnish
arms. Please consider the matter and
advise mo promptly, l ours, c.
fSigncdl Jxo. L. BKvr.niDGi:.
The governor has also written a simi
lar letter to the sheriil of Fraukl'u coun
ty, which adjoins Williamson.
l'oncn ol IlenrliiK Ileut.
It Is generally supposed that tho hu
man frame can not endure great heat,
and, If exposed to it, will soon sink into
exhaustion. Tills is true in hot climates
to which people have not been accus
tomed. Hut In this ea-c the effect may
bo duo to influence from vegetation, or
to somo disturbance of nature, it is cer
tain that artificial heat far greater than
the heat ot the sun In thu Torrid Zone
may bo homo without special buffering
The British Journal of Science says
that men In iron establishments woik
without inconvenience with the ther
mometer constantly at 120 degrees, and
in pits for making tho Bessemer steel at
110 degrees. In Turkish baths tho sham
pooors are often busily engaged for four
or five hours lu succession, with tho tcm
pcraturo at 110 degrees. In tho Bed Sea
steamers tho stokehole marks 115 de
grees, and in enamel works tho operators
aro compelled dally to endure a heat of
300 degrees. Thu clastic power of the
body to accommodate itself to extremes
A nitfTric for dir. t'cnteuiiliil.
California papers mention the fact that
a Mr. Ivlau Is preparing a largo piece
of ono ot the Tuiara county big trees to
exhibit nt thu Centennial next year. The
piece or timber selected Is sixteen feet
long and twenty-one feet In diameter at
one end and nineteen at the other. The
heart of this will be taken out, leaving
only about one foot of tho body of tlm
tree attached to the shell or bark. It is
necessary to divide it into tills number of
parts in order to nllow it to pass throu-h
tho numerous tunnels between California
and Philadelphia. The tight parts will
weigh between 30,000 and 10,000 poniuls.
and will require two cars for transport
talon. Ono solid foot of this tree
weighs seventy-two pounds, belli"
ten pounds heavier th'iu s?,
much water. This timber was taken out
p the "General Lee," n tree 270 ft.'
high. It contains over200,000feetofhiui
her, besides, probably, about 200 cords of
wood. 'Ihe "General Grant," a much
larger brother tree than the "General
Lee," nnd the largest In tho world, grow
ing In tho samo grove, Is left standing.
The uiuKTslKiel will sill
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
Oh the iremlstJ, on
Wednesday, August 25th, 1875
The following n-nl "!! o-''
ij.i. no. i. ond Id In Mock So. 25, city ol
,J..., ..'u tinitli ulileuf i;Ulilli Mlti'l bvinci'ii
Coijimrrcial nml WitMilnirtoii uvcniii.-j.nt nieicnt
occiiilcil by Clian. Webber, un'l Vtiuwn 114 the
tliuonf-liiilf nflot Vf ntvl all of lots 11!, 19, so unil
'1 in iiiock -nt wmv iiii- rt'siurnre 011:1114,
Tlinipl, ulumtitl :nt tin- eolith-nut comer
ol'hcYunth ntrirt nml Wn-lilnglon nvenuu ,
lot" mull In block a, Ut inlilitlon to tlm city
ofCiilro, at thu corner of Twenty-ninth Mmt
unci Commercial uremic) bothabou'illc water.
forty ncres onlmber lawl In I'nlaskl Co., HI.,
one mil j north of Villa Itidk'e ami on thu I U.
chthty acrt-iiothiml 1'. inllei south-wcttol Char
leston, Mo., in 11 cplciulM larmliiK country.
'1 lie above iiroiM-rtv.nt nrcscnt o neil by Cha-.
Tlimpp, Ki of Cairo, will be oold because .Mr
iiiriipiicoiiuiiiiittie leaving uicciiy.
TERMS-Unc-haU' cash, balance one nnd
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