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JOXM H. OUILT. Mltor.
A MAwr New Year to all tie readers
Of the BULLKTIX.
HwcitiTARV Kish says there Ino dan
ger ot n war with Simln; that t ho two eotin
trie are on the belt of tonus ttid have
nothing to fight about.
SaMATon Locust's health Is In a pre
earloits slide but he hope to be ible to
occupy his Mat In the senate on the re
awwblliif of congress.
OxnoI I ho Important ubeets that will
roaie up for discussion on tha re-nwm-bllug
of ennirrfM will t the ictoration
ot the tax on tea and coffee.
Joux A. .lore, the Lexington (Ky.)
(laullt says, has lite it twice Insauo mil
twice nu Inmate of an Insane asylun at
that place one when he was a young
tuan nineteen years of age, and again at a
later period of hl life. Now If his friends
could prove that he was emotionally
Insane when he got mixed up with the
crooked whisky business, It might bo a
good thing for Joyce.
near WANTN IT.
The National Republican Executive
Committee meets In Washington next
week-. Boston, foiiio Kastcrn Republi
can Congressmen hold, has n claim t
the Republican National convention
which ought not to be ignored. No
presidential convention his ever met on
New Kngland soil, and besides, the
Down Kastcrs think Maine's chances for
the presidency would be Improved if the
convention were held on the Atlantic
BUM DAY r TlIK 2fATI.AL
One hundred years ago to-day the trl
colorcd American banner, not yet
spangled with stars, but showing thirteen
.'tripes of red and white in the Hold and
having on the blue ground In the corner,
the united crosses of St. George ami St.
-Andrew, was unfurled over the continen
tal army round lJostoa, coBslxtiug, says
Bancroft, on that day of its greatest
weakness, of but nine thousand six him
drcd and fifty men. New Vork, Boston,
Philadelphia, Cincinnati and many other
cities, will celebrate to-day,the;iumdredth
anniversary of the raising ot the National
ngi by displays of flags, firing of can
moktohVmihtaw k .
Senator Morton not onlv did not muk
a ten-strike when he proposed a congrcs-
smnat investigation into the Mississippi
election, but thu ball rolled off the alley
jMfore It struck the plus. Thu senator's
proposition, by the press of his own
fitly, 1ms met with 11 reception which
ought to convince him that he made a
faux txtt when he asked ta Imvn tlm Mlc-
oUslppl election looked Into lit the hope of
uucuvenng oanoi-stumng, Intimidation,
and other Illegal means of carrying 111c
election by tho Democrats. The resold
mony thai the victory was a victory of the
better ever the worse elements In the
State, and that any attempt to weaken
the moral force of the result by investi
gations organized to prove it to have
been the result of fraud, can only cud In
disaster to the State aud In a deeper in
famy to the Senator's own party.
WI.1EOX NEW TEAKS' DAY.
We have been Informed that many of
the ladles of Cairo will reeel ,,l;,r
friends t-iiar."J m tain tlicin in the
manner which custom has prescribed ns
the proper 0110 for tho first day of the
year. VTc believe tew ladles of this city
are in the habit of lurludlug wlno among
the other refreshments they otter their
guests, and therefore we do not intend
to Indulge In a tempera nee lecture en
this occasion. We are glad to note the
fact that the habit of offeilng wine to
callers on this day Is 0110 which those
who "set the fashions" in our
large cities In this as In other
matters, arc now discouraging
In the city of Washington,
where receptions are tho order of
the day frotn, the executive manlon down
to the lower round of what U called
"good society," the ladles of many of the
most Influential families, both In and out
f otllclal circles, scrupulously banish
everything intoxicating from their
tables. The Washington ladles set ait
example In this which every lad v in thu
land, who "iccelves" fa-day, would do
well to emulate.
A lata Issue or the f.'hlciifn Tiin 11
torlallv remarked that "If Mr. Wllilum
It. Morrlsou distinguishes hlni'ell at the
lieadof the ways aud means committee
this winter he will loom uu itrnndlv next
year as a compromise Democratic presl-
.1 .1.., it.,-.... ... .
uKBiisicsimiuatc"' a mi we wish to re
mark right here that whether the words
of the Time are verified or not, the De
mocracy could not get better material
Tor u presidential candidate I linn It would
rind lu Wm. It. Morrison. It has been
urged against him that he Is no talker, it
canuot bo urged witli equal truth that he
la no thinker. The silent man
now In the WhHe House
has proved himself, on more than one
oceasleu, lit political sagacity, tho com.
lieer of all th oratorical ttnt.j 11111 lii As
party. Our belief Is that the Illinois con-
Krewnaamm'.attue head or the ways
aud means committee, ns a Democratic
president would liaaMe the affairs of the
nation as ably and as dJecreetty as any
uw the Democracy have to choose
Mr. B. A. Salvely, editor and proprie
tor of toe Macoupin Inquirer, who pub-
- itul Ln.... It
- m rt" 1 - nuvna it, i-
Mud ft MppJemtntto kit delinquent sut.
u 1 we um weea, ami; litre 1- part 01
wUithe said te them:
r JJlJft,i,ut,1lr cessary for me to en
icvllectloni, at 1 must do no or bor-
row money nt n high rule ot Interest.
'I'he liuirtr is the heat I icinocrnllc pa
per ever printed In Macoupin county, iiiul
It cots moMcy to run It ami I would
rather sue every 111:111 who laUe- It thnti
bo sued myself. I vv l1t to make It better
the conilnr vearthnn It has been tho Dast.
and to do so 1 mnt make collections so
as to Improve the paper, lint It make.'
no difference whether I Improve It or not
money Is due me, and It Is your duly to
pay ana mine 10 inree you 10 110 so, 11
you w ill not do so willingly.
Itemember that If I have toenforo col
lections. I will do so bclore a Cnilluville
Justice Ino malter what part of the coun
ty you live in) nnuMinii exact nro dol
lars and a half per year.
Snlvcly believes In reciprocity between
publisher and subscriber. The delin
quent who falls to come to time, after
his declaration of principle?, deserve to
be taken before n Cnrlluille Justice; anil
Sulvely is th man to do it.
RADICAL TKOItHI.Kfl I (SOUTH
(lov. Chamberlain of South Carolina,
who Is making some cll'ort at reforma
tion In the machinery of the Statu gov
ernment, finds It n hard struggle, lie Ih
opposed on every side by Radical corrup-
tlonlsLs who believe that everything
made out ot the State Is so much personal
gain to which they tiro fairly entitled.
One of the moil troublesome and mot
dishonest characters Oov. Chamberlain
has to deal with, is Mows, his predeces
sor lu Qlllcc, , Mo"' "Iiimc venalllv I,
ciptalied by hl shrewdness, wields n cer
tain amount of Inllueiice over the S'ate
legislature. By making use of It nt the
propertime, he managed to have himself
and a nogro named Wlilppor elect
cd ;by the legislature cir
cuit judges. Governor Chamberlain rt
fued to sanction tlielr election by his
commission, and denounced their Re lee
tlon ns "a horrlblo outrage." TI10 quar
rel now lies between the Governor nnd
the Legislature, which threatens the Im
peachment of Chamberlain. In thu words
ot the Chicago Journal, "the light wages
hotter and hotter every day. '1 he Statu
Is paslug through a critical ordeal. It
the Chamberlain faction come outvictoii-
ous, then reform will be effected; If the
aioj-ts taction carry llio day, then South
Carolina will pass through n terrible or
deal of otllclal rapine."
And so the story of Radical corrnp.ion
repeats Itself In the State, "(live n Hlai11
rope enough and ho will hang li'mscir."
Radicalism has had a long ropu lu South
Carolina, but it ' seemingly not near the
end of the siting yet.
A XKW I-ASIKIOJI I. V1II.KA.
As an enterprising public Journal,
always on the lookout '.a kc?p Ps rend
ers Informed of everj;tli'ng new In the
wide, wide world 'round about us, nud
not forgetting our lady readers of
the Bcllutin, wo fed It to be a duty
and n pleasure to make n record, lot
their delectation, of one of the latest
fashions which prevails lu china. Not
China over the sei3, where pig
tails among the mnscu'lncs nud
pinched toes among the females have
been the custom ever since the world was
youug. When we say "the latest fashlou
which prevails In china" wc mean china
chlnaware, such as our eutci prising
jueiUmiit, Mi. llurtman. (Ic.iIj I".
with whom our laM rc,o are m.out to
tell them of, will have to
deal. The new fashion lu china
Is denominated "thu sentimental
tea set." Thus: A lady announces
her intention of setting up a "sciitiuien
tnl tea set." This means that she desires
each of her fi-lenOx to present her w it la a
cup and saucer, whose sl.c, quality and
costliness are to be left te thu tastes of
the donor. When a sulllcient number
has been preent.i, me nondescript col
lection Is christened a sentimental tea ?et
Thu lady Is then lu duly bound toglvo n
tea party to her contributors nud fi lends,
In which the cheering weed Is served in
the metley china, gathered together in
this polite nnd Ingenious wny of putting
one's friends under contribution.
u v presume mat a tew titles are nec
r.. a 1 .
essary to be observed among ladies intend
lug to "set up sentimental tea sets ;" one
of the most Important is that too many
tauiessuouiu uoi niaiie t lie announce
ment ot such a purpose simultaneously,
for obvious reasons. Naturally, the heav
ier the tax upon the pockets of
their friends the poorer the
quality of thu cups aud saucers
would be. An arrangement made
among a certain number of ladles to take
turns lu setting up tea sets would result
in eacli lady getting a liner collection
than if half a do.cu of them levied u
tax 011 their friends at ouce. Wo
throw out theso hints for tho benellt of
our lady readers, as we arc as-mrcd that
the "sentimental tea set fashion'' will
be followed extensively In the Kast thi
winter, and that like thu Star of Kmplre,
It will shortly take its way westward.
The Quiiicy Whig says there Is mi
Impression abroad tint Bishop Haven
siiouiu be muzicd.
A new Masonic hall was dedicated at
Paris, III., Monday night, Grand Must' r
Lounsberry, of this city, otliclatlng.
Kx-VIcc-l'rc.-Ident Collax would I'ke
to be governor of Indiana, but Is afraid
his party will be beaten lu the next con-
test, aud refuses to be named ns a candl
Cfittago Tribune Washington ills
patch: A number of Ru
publlcatts are prepatlng to maku vigor
ous opposition to the proposl.lon of Hie
Democrats to reduce tin army. The po
litical argument tued quietly among
members will be that it Is a device of the
Democrats to deplete the army vvb'lo It
Is strongly Republican, aud to till it up
again If tho Democrats cany thu next
election, mainly from the South.
Chicago Jounnl: On Christmas
night one l'hlllp Gullagar. who lives at
westerly, lllwuo Island, nttcmntr-d to
kick his wife He hit their Infant lu her
arms. The ch'ld was Instantly killed bv
the blow. Tho coioner'sjury returned a
vtraict to tue cttect that the person from
whom the liquor was purchased which
made the father drunk, was guilty oftlio
wurueroruio rJtllil. The father, how
ever, wn held to ball In Hi" amount, of
-The predecessors of Wnl. 1!- A'oi il
ium ns Chairman of Hie Committee ot
Ways nnd Means were : Robert tioodlw
Harper, oftlio first CommlUeo of Ways
and Means appointed; .lohti Ramlolph,
Geo. W. Campbell, .lohii Vv . Kpp", Lang
don Chevc, William l.ovvmle, tirorge
McDutlle. Louis Mcl.anc, .In'ian er
plank, Churchill 0. Cnmlircl'lug. Mil
lard I'illmore, Robert C. ScheiiK, Thad.
StcvciHiind llcify L. Dawes.
Here Is what the Chicago Tiilmiit,
(Radical), tell the Democratic Homo
of Representatives to tin : "Let Ih:1 Dem
ocratic Home, represent 111;; Hip Amtrlcau
people, put the currency of tho country
nt nar; let It reduce thu expenditures or
the country $10,000,000 minuaily; lit It
icstore the purcly-rowuup tn on lea
nud eofl'eu; let It use ttie l.nUi' freely by
relluM'ug the t-M ill Irom the paraItu pro
lection, and It will do more 'n n el'igle
session I j re-lore the eoimuy to hcr'tli
ful urosiieiity nnd ncrmanciit wealth
than has been done by cmigi'"s fiuee
the war closed, ten ycais ii"o. Let the
House tlo It duty by pacing theso inca
Mtres. and wu are sali-llcd that the Re
publican senate w:U hcarl'ly respniul by
an active co-opcraltoii in Dm thorough
and long-needed correction of tiluwes and
0. A. U.
What I tie !';: It-inns lrir-vs to '11
. ol'll t:i tliu Weil.
ISI. I..111U Cor, .Vi-w VnrK llcraM 1
Tliu exposure of tho "(). A. IV has
stirred up thu politicians In tli's see.ion.
becatce It Is l.uov.ii that branches of the
order exist (II I hey 1I0 not IIoimkIi) about
nere. l ew people paid any at 'ti: on t j
tliu lacal orgiiutat oiw but now that tliu
order is demonstrated to tie a yti-oug hi
New 01U and Oli'o, much cin.os'ty Is
felt respecting our home socav e".
have heard tliu opinion ot u good many
iiruiinuiMii liiuii, tun 1 navo oiuv 1 me to
liasi'iy sketch some ot "'cm.
The Times, lu connection with clip
pings ot Hie Tuesday boinblicl' , thu
lltrahl, published nn if'omit of a loil"o
or society here w'''ch It claims ti'i otl-
siiootol tno"O.A. U." v id to wh'eh. it
al'egcs, K. W. Fox. the fo.iner ch'rinrn
01 tliu licptib'lcau Con- --ai couvu'm , be
longs. J Irs gent'cmi-i, who lr s li 11 a
hard worker for the Rctiubl'can pa j
here for years, den'cs lieu hu belongs to
t lie local organ'zatlon nnd exptes-es d'.-'-approval
ot n't such ro"'c'ii r-i work 'tt
Kx-Govei iiorThomns C. R"yuoli'-, ex
pressed similar viewc."
Itl-J.vGov. Thott' is C. I lctchcr sayri ho
does not believe mich vn org!"-,,ia on ex
ists here. Du fald that hu I' id v id "iu
Herald carefully, vvl he doub' J not but
tliattlicro was an orgc i'a on In t'iu
Kast, 1 0111 rolled by inubl. ous men-ot no
abioty, most of them mere ollb - ft -kei-.s.
lie says that over a yea'- nrr0 ( . in po
litical shy! ;rs heie, lunl appro: flit I b'ui
on thu SNbiect and that he rejsedtj
have nnyih'ng 10 do .t'l 'liem. Hu gave
It as his opinion frit sreret org. o'-ii,ons
councctod with n pol' ill pa'.y lir del
ways been 11 Till wou'd ever provu t ) ho a
burden to whateve- pa-. gave t'ltui
Lieutenant Governor Charles 1'. John
son, lu spcak'ng of tho UemhVa expose,
said that lio had read t'iu rcpoi.s ami
that he bcllev.nl such fx-ocmuOzaJiPll
fnigm; rrare nan was tic acoywi ny tnu ex
posurc. He denounced any gri'ret organ
i.ation)ii tuo interests ot nnv iiontic!
parly. Any parly 1'nked with it could
not but sutler nit Ignominious 1lele.1t.
t'jmslns M. Olay TI10 Itep-jrt of Ilm
Miu'ir fort l'ruiiil C:isi- vcrtr -ni-il
In me iiepiirliiiviili.
vVrAn nox, D. C. Dec. ISO. T'nu
public tlebt statement will bu Issued 011
.Monday next, tliu llrst bu-'ness day of
llll! uuw yci't.
c.issiu ji. clay's .tsriiLvrioxg.
Cas-lus M. Clay.of Kentucky, w 1 His to
a gentleman 01 tins city, that lilsStatt
will present Ids name to the National
Dcmwcratiu convention In isri!,rs a nomi
nee lor vice-president.
most I'.iv 1 c t.Awrt'L .moxi:y.
Thu secretary of tliu treasury declines
10 receive uucciis inni uratis in )i:iytiiclil
of debts duo the government. This will
prevent Nm ouel bauus I10111 nav mir their
seiii' aiiuual dudes hi t"iylh1ug ehu than
ia nu uiuiie.v,
itKitmr os Tin: si'iiii roii r tit.u'i).
Tho coinmlltt a unpointed to consider
thu Vv Itowsl-l ami augg l orl claims llud
lit their repot t both ela'ms llc-iuoi'-s ami
fraudulent, nud thai they havu passed
iiirougu niu oiucu 01 tnu in nil auditor
and second coiiiplroller without sucli
examination ns thu law requires ; that tho
third auditor and .lames I'. Allen and
Gcorsro Duo Utile, clerks In h s ol lei. and
thosecoudeoiiiplrollcr, Ids demily, Curtis
and John V. Wilson, clerk in Ins oltlee, had
failed to give such clu'ms proper examin
ation, aim ant "icrciore etiargeautu with
culpablu ueg'lgeuec. The report tlocs
not linptil i to any ot theso olllcr-r.s. or
any onu conneet.'d with 'liu tlepar incut,
a 1:01 runt or i-'auiui'eui tuirio-u. 'l lie
Secretary 01 thu Trcaan'y subuiUi"d the
report to the ivc-dili-iit tl''s tnnrr'ng, nud
minis rent' .1 10 llio ilcivir.inent showed
It to Messrs. I'.iouliead, Uutlieiiord and
Curtis, ulin priimpMy iigrt "d to tender
their icslgnal, on. The repott was also
mown 10 niu inrcu cie'i s aliovu named,
miii 11 -i 1110 ii-iiun.
.V-ierti llctci jn'iii'tl tul.juiii.
n iu:i:t.i(i. W. V,, Dec. tiO. A special
10 niu inittiHiciicir says mat sincu the
murder of Tliumas Lee, of Madiieii,
Ki'uawlia county, '11 Ill's Suite, bv Ru'in
l I l..l... , .I... ...I
1..1- ',1 nun ,1111111 i;iwsijii, iu lo'liers
mid laborers employed lu 'lie .Salines,
nave orgniucd 11 band for tliu put two of
lynching tliu ini'i-ilerers. TP's evenlnir
a mob 01 inal;cd men ntimhei 'ug f 0111
tlireu to live liuutircil marched Into
t iiatTcstoii. iin ncil out. the gas and pro
cccded to tliu Jil, riiddeiuiMideil and (irn
cured the keys of the la"; hut llio nrl
oners had been removed by tho thcilll,
who anticipated the mob's aiiin"-nncc.
They captured the laUor. swen iil to
hang him II lie, illd not Inloim itiein of
tne wiiercaiionts 01 Miti iiiurueiers. '1 hev
dispatched a body of mount 'd men to
llnd the shenll and the pilsoncrs. Tho
suppo-Ition Is that tliu jailor hi' ti'vt'igctl
mo iviicn-iiooius 01 ino iiiuiiiercrs.
Not Much ol tut Oiitritae.
Vicifsnuiiii. December !!0.- A speoial
to tho Ilerttlil Irom Suinnilt, Mls., the
place to which troops were ordered, says:
"No armed baud ol men In Summit at
any time on Wednesday beforcChrlstiiiui.
Several young men froniAinlto couuiy
on a tliuukcu sprcu tn";cdagood deal
about Kedmoud, Intending to annoy ami
IVIrrlllntl lit,., 1 i.,l rv. l.n.l .,..- .... I
.. i.. ....... .ivu iwiinti iiiivi .n-Ulll
dinictilty with onu of tho men. Ho be
came frightened nud telegraphed for
troops." The dispatch savs that thu citi
zens of Sumiult are Hilling to protect
Kcdiuon Ih tho discharge of his tlut'es.
He tit. U'H tin- t'utliollr'i niiciticniiulli-
i-rn ililici tl's Tliliil-ri-iii I'lnt.
I'li.nli-iNonlhoii In Hi- id-.iM.
Among the objects of lllshp Haven's
bigoted del s.i lun and tea the most
pioiioueui, t suppiw. me no iiomaii
Calhollo Cliureli ai.d the Hoihcni white
liisuesi'o to re-iiomi lai'ticn. lirant
Is no new thing. Mortham ycarago,
and alter his ictiiru Irom M1co, about
which i-ountiy ho was then l-ulng what
provnl to he, lu tin' genera opinion, u
very olleiisive boon, be h-niiiHcd tnu
with tho ileelarai on that. -Wu mint
have that countty." holibit n map ol
Mexico helbio me; and wlui 1 rcpl'cd
that It could not be got uilotita wn.',
hu said, "We mut have It ; ltielougs to
us ; our people want It ; wiat ib you
think of Grant ami .Mexico asi plttloun
lu lS'liy Don't you nippoethat Ivoitltl
sweep tliu country?" I wis n little
shocked that any clergyman, vcu li.-hop
Haven, should deliberately prot)-e it
scheinu of pulillu tobbciy, but pi ex
claimed, "ou'l sec that lam i'ight,;
vou ii'i! nil wiong about tils natter.
You aro oprosed to it third t-rui, heer;
you don't ilku Gen. Grant you don't
l.iiotvanj'tl liignboutlt ; yoi'ronwroiig
as you can be." I lu Is tlcri;cd -M over
tliu South lor pnbllo cxjtt-slon In fa
vor of tin amalgamation d'thu iifgro and
white races, nud I haw bec:ii)io salls
lled (during :t tour or tliotilliern Slates)
he bad done a great del to keep up ami
even embitter wherei r hn lalioied, not
only race prejudice!', blthc feelings unlit
tally teiiiaiti'ngiVoiiiiie war. nuii In
comes thu Nort" ho luilus. -lotwlv
sucatls tales of the d'stoyaUy" of t!."e
rioutlietii wlillcs niit'if the woiigs sut
Icrrcd bv the "pooriiV'es'' and of tho
danger to the'" in. te. In fact, be tnlkg ;
of tho Soulh prc -;fly I'ke the uvcMge
lioli.ical ca'pet ligget. and tlio final
claiio of P's argiiM-nr, like that ol the
politic:)' c.Tnc.bagger, 's alway,
"Wu inu-trc-clco Gen. Uratu to kit-n
down Hie rcbc'saidprnVettiie-nen.-ors. '
Ho presumes to t in jtiignicut upon Hie
hi'"1 vlct-prc-lileii. nnd tt declare that lie
was si -tick tlov.i by lloil beeati'e he
wou'd not suppot t'tu Titce bl'l. 1, on
the other hand, u-c'aro tint In a journey
through s'x Sontl cm slat-s, made tor you
during thu last Sp ingaiKSutumer. I saw,
with ono exeepi . not A siit'-le lione-t
and ivi"-'t tble l'cpublp'i who t"d not
Ircely t"ll me tl.nl tlierelvas no nenl ofrt
Fores bl'l; "ml evciillio pre-ent Lu
foreenient act w uclh; that what the
Kepuliilwiii party ueciVd "'l thou States
was pnrlllcntlon iron the conwol of
rayiies and' plunderus. end that what
kept up tliu I" teeiigig.,!nst negroes so
li"- as it ex'sts ttnywiii'. win iiieir too
ready and contt-nt tli':ition with low
whites and aiuul lemagogues who.
t'lnlcr the plea ol'lichVr Reimbl'enus use
;ho negro vo to rolr.lie t-'x-paj'tig and
i-umo prominent Mitiod'-t clerg.v nicii
tlo not reiiisetj u-e ilu-'r inliticncu ns
Jlelhodists with he ITcsWeiit to fur' her
appPca-ions lor oil) . A conplettoits
in-ian ' of this Mud ainu 0'sa"rceably
under uiyiioiin nv yen's ago, at the
l.iuo when the apiio'niiiucnt ot (Collector
hiinmoue in i.oi' -a etca-"d very urn
discontent among ;!o ii .-pccliibl.- Itepub-
J'eans ol Jlas-acbiisM i and untavorable
comments e'sowlicu. General llutlcr'i
lullucucc With Hie I'lXsident was sup
posed ot 'hat I'nf'qKe proc t1 tltl.s
appointment, but .Itnliro Hoar. eerta''ilv
not lend to General (Witter, told mo that
It was the Methodist lullupiice In l5olon
which ci'.ied the day for Simmon, and
I sa tlrd myself in- 'rward that this was
lute. There are other fid more scaiuliil
ous Insf ncesof such misuse ot Metho
dist lulliieneo which It 'spot wotih wh'le
now to menllon.
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!ii-"i! nmniint nf nit..... .. ..'tSu'"g a
- - " -..viiiiuij. Hi) i...
pronounced tt i'tetbvtcil.iu ol the strict
est sect, by birth, and It has been Mtonglv
hinted that lie wan brought up a Roman
Catholic and lias Catholic proclivities.
There Is no tluubt that ('resident Grant
would llku to co the latter version ol
Hlalne's religious t xperience widely tils,
seitiluatcd. Jsincu hu (Grant) ha j-iined
thu O. A. I . and coinu out ns thu Aiheii
can Gladstone ami general ilifcmlir of
l'rotestautlain. The Rochester tUion
professes to give thu "true story" about
lilalne, derived from the highc.-l author
ity, and ns the subject Is Interesting we
give Hie ruioitN st tlemcnt, as Pllows:
'Squire llliilue, as hu was called, the
latlter ol ex-Speaker .lames (iHesnl,.-1
(Maine, was a resident of Kavetto ctimie.
Pennsylvania. Uu was not a Catholic,
but mat ilcd a .Miss (illlc-pic, a number
of an old L'uthullo family who were once
wealthy, hut who, mcctlugvvlth reterscs,
emigrated West, koiiiu to Texas mil some
to Southern Illinois. Squire iilalnu bo
eamo a convert to iho religious tilth of
Ids wife, and lived and tlledaflrai bi -lievcrln
It. liu had livo sous mil two
daughters .lames, Kphrulm, Nell, Kob
ci t ami John, and Alary and UIIai, nml
all weri hrottghl up sttict and practical
Catholiis. Neil Is dead ; Lphralin was la-t
heard from in thu .'30iuhwcst--iu Texas
or Ali'xlco ; Itolicrt Is it clerk in ono of
tho Apartments at Washington ; .luhn Is
or wis an agent of tliu poMollleo depart
ment: Mary Is dead, and Klln Is th wife
ot nojcrt 0. Walker, n paymaster In the
army. Paymaster Walker win not a
Cathn'Ie when he married Ati- Jiluliie.
but sl o j converted him, and tho whole
family ale Catholic. Two of the dau"h.
ters bjcame nuns. One Is dead and 'the
othcrlssoniewheio iu Western Pennsyl
vania near Pittsburg. Key. . u. (iil-
icspi', a proiessor lit oitoD.une Unlver
Mty, SI, do-ephs county, Indiana, I n
coiuli of ex-Hiieakcr lllnliie ; so also Is
Motlur Angela, the autliore-s of the
-Mo oiolllan Keadet'F u .scrirs of t'atlio
llusclbol hooks, .lames (illlcspie, or
".llni"Illa'ni', as the ex-speaker Is Irrcv
eicnllyoalled, was born on tho last day
of.Ianuiry. HjlSO. liu emlgnilctl from
tliu fnnily hoiiilii t'estorn Pcunsvlvau'a
hoi fly titer aHaiulng his nialorllyaud
graduating at Vasl'Migtoii College, Pa
and took lipids A'sldencc in Alalne, where
h's religion vvA not popular and he
changed it ; cnleml polli c.t; took mi edl
torlal chair at Pol land, and then at Ken
nebeo; was iu lliil.uglslalure from 1S.VJ
to lS'iy the lasl iko years speaker ; and
has f-Ihce been hi Wgi'ess.
(las ".Ilm" esircly renounced his
lie Dentil of llii
lili-st I'l-i-ucliii- lu
no vrorlil limi
eilH lit tils SSIttli-
Nt'.vv Vtmi;. Dcieinlrr '!). Tlio Keen.
ing I'oti announce. Hd death yesterday
ol P.0V. Henry Itodini.thn oldest nreaeli-
crof the Metfindl-,! cltirch in this coun
try, ami probably ibtv oldest clergyman
III till) world, at Hi Inositol' litrrnml.
daughter, near li'ehmnud. Staten
Island. Oil tin Sill nf lust
luiic, thu 100 h anniversary ol
HIS birth WHS rtlcl,in!eil nt .Ipr.ev Cltv
by Iho New Vot! conl'eienee. when
1-atber lloclnti sul ,tnltleil mi ontllno of
Ills OWII llio and laliiii-l In Hut Methodist.
church. Ho was cl.oVu by Illshop An
bury it hN travellmr i-oinii.'itilnii in tlio
Killing ot m, nnd .raveled with him
ml 'I 18111, when tins bishop appointed
l-'ather llochm. iiieslllii!'i-lilcr of the
Schuylkill district, eoupot'lng tlio whole
territory from Wllniltgton to Strouds
burg, between tho.Sitsiuuliaiina nml Del-
evvare. lor more than thirty years
rather Hoehin has hem In thu New .lor-
soy conference, niul at caily as 1812 was
on tlio Jlt of (uiperni mernry preacherii.
A l)el'iintiif;Ml.v Trrniitici-.
ill rf.tl,n. N. v., Dee. ill). -,1oiph
llotk, t liy Prcit'iirer. leM for New oik
yustcrday, giving ns Ids reason that hi
wnnti'tl to ral" money to meet, iior-otmil
tibllgiilions, but In fuel, as was subst
quuulty luai'iit il, to uscttm thu Immediate
t'oiiMcqiieiice ol'n heavy delalcjilloii. ll
is iuipimlbli' tit prceiit to tletcriuliit) tho
I'Xtcnt of .tho defalcation, but It Is
thought to be about a quarter of a mil
lion dollars, Ills fccond term was Jut
drawing to a chi't', so that for four yeais
In' has had control of thu city's fundi.
Ills bonds for SI7o,000 nru tectircd by
thlrly-llve of the most piomipeul and
wealthy ciiicits. Ileforc faking bis tie
p.itturo llork made; a general assign
meiit of bis properly, which
Is en mated nt CiO,(KI0. It Is thought
his assets will fall short ot thu amount ol
thu ilcfiilcalion. lie has been it veiy ex
tensive teal estate operator and built up
thu eastern part ol the city, known its
Cast llull'alo. He was prominently named
us tho Republican caiidldalu for biavor
L.ni:t!. l'uitlicr developments lu the
ca.-e ol iloseph Hoik, tho ubscomliiig
treasurer, show his defalcations to tool
up to between S;:oD,noo nnd IO(,Ui)i). It
N now lent ucd that ho has tied to Can
ada. He lias confessed to several per
sons here that u system of defalcation has
hi'cti cart led on during Ids two terms of
ollict; as city treasurer, using Hie cash on
baud for hU Individual checks on limit V
Co., bankers. Tliu city will not sulVer.
ns li s Imii-Nui'-ii mv cni-l len d ample
curn fur ii'iy lb licifi.'-y,
v - -
.'UiiatOi- Ntt-vciinmri KitercHsoi'.
L'-ci'Vtt l.i', I Icccnibei-:t0. Tim lag-
-laturi' ol l-.iui.u'ky will coiiM-ne nt
'nml-'mi. the tie i-'iptt.d. lo morrow.
I'toiiini, on Irom that pl-.ce -ays that the
m:nbiis ttie ng i:it, quotums ot
the IIoliso nnd heliati- now being there.
As the Legislature has not tieeit In sc
slop for two year?, the present rosslon N
nniiclpatml with in'etvt by the whole
State. The elecMon ot n l.nltetl Sialrs
senator to'tf ""H the pre-enl 'tictittiln'iit.
ex-Onveiitor M Ven-'oli, bus nwakenetl
gi licfi ' '-licit M, and N can -1 lig n very
warm 'ii-igic. hcsiiIch -'imioi- mi-vcii-fon.
the Hon. .lamps It. Reck, t-x-Govor-
nor I.esi. "t'piro Goulo" i"iiuns and
si n- Caldwell arc cmnllili'.trs lor onto-
li d lionoi-s. I'lilillc op'tilon !s vt-tj intieti
divided icgardiug who wi'l b-. elerlcd,
though the race Is evidently between
Stevenson, lire!; ami Williams.
Tlio YiN'-ilt.v Mo'snrr-0 In CtilrMKO.
CniCAiio, Dec. :W. 'J'ho amounts dl
the rev entio frauds Involved in tlio sei
zures or tliu ii'slintcrlei yesicrday nte
greater than at llr.-t suppostd. It Is
thought tiemly three tptatters ol it ni'l
lion tlollaiv wi'l be fonnd duo lo thu gov
ernment Irom tin m.
A silver plated .No. 0 WlUon Hhtittle
Sewing Alachlue, lmnl (piano) finish,
valued at $85. Will ho sold nt $'J0 ill
count, on good terms, ami ordered dltrct
from thu fitctoty.
Coloiod ami mounted .Maps ot the
cltyol Cairo al $2 50 each (halt price.)
A No. t) Wilson Shuttle Sewing .Ma
chine vrtluuil at $7i. Will be gold al $lii
discount, and' otdercd direct from the
A $00 Itomingtnn Sewing .Mnchlue
SMolltor cash. Sultablo for tailor or
bnnt and shoe maniiraciurcr.
a style "K,"' "Clough, Warren
Co.V I'.irlor Orgim right from tho fac
tory at Detroit. LIsT-ptlce, ?i:t)0. Will
110 5ti1jW!;e1lTot hristoi "aru jmt rr-
eelvetl ii lJ'''-'riN oltlee, ami tor
ouio to the trade.
flty of Cnlt-o,
colored and varnished, for s-alu nt
price (sl'.MI) at tlio l!ui.i.intN olllec.
20,000 nolo heads, IIO.OOO envelope
'J0.000 letter hcails, 10 tennis ftaleincnts,
2U trains uiu iierids Carllslu paper just
received aud for cnlo at the ISi'i.i.kti.n
I'or any or (bo abnve ni th les, npplv
the t;i.t,i:r;.v olllce. li. A. lluit.Niiii
'itii'3'Vo (lot It.
I'or every tlcfctlplion ol'tipy and bfiiu
nun jewelry, ot ibe very latest patten s
mid stylus, go to P.uiler llrnlhcru, coiner
ol Mlghth si reel ami Washington avenue.
This (Inn has Just received ono id the
largest and bel slocka ever brought lo
C ilro which they are selling at Iho vei v
lowest prices. All will tlo well to give
them n call bcl'oiu buying ittothcr places,
Vo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tun I!ui,i.i:ti.v, uiiIiim the
same Is maili! onnwilttcn order s-igped
by tho proildcnt or secretary of the com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of Hid company, for any
C.VIIIO lilTM.HTIN l.O.Mi'ANV.
November 10. 18".i. if
I'or fill I c.
Ilmliiul'i' Gtitf, (tine) $1 .-,0
" " (coarse I CO
" Hominy 20
Now Oi leaus.Sugnr 71
New Orleim .Molassos ."ai.vOi
C. M. Hi ivy 1: lino.,
l-2-l"-U i:il Ohio Levee, Cairo.
Cholct' Minnesota potatoes nt 00 cents
per biu-hcl; eggs, 2,"i cents per doen
cutrnuts, lOceittfi per pound ; inula large
supply of frci.lt groceries always on Imuil
at low prlcen. Cholcj hm ter a Fpeclally.
l-l-'M-M L. 11. Alvims.
Tliu C'iiy lluUcry.
Attention is called to tho card of tho
City llakury, to bo found hi this Issue,
Air. Hebsacker, the propilclor, 1ms by
Industry and fair denting, established a
lucrative buslncm. When you want any
thing In his line glvo hltn a call.
i, llalley has removed to his now
store room, 11 Coiiunerelal avenue, op
posite Winter's Hloe.I;, and niixt door to
thu Arab enIuo homo, where he will bo
plinml to fee all his old customers and
as many now one. D-i'O-tr
IptJIl tlio i,)U'ly ruro of Scinlmil VVrjkr.Mn,
' Ixist Slitiiliowl tit.it alt iliMitlvni bintiylit
on by lnalt-!i llouu or fxrew. Any Hn-KKlst
Ailihtm, Or. K. IHIfOM ft C-1-Jl-ilAw-lv
rpillllmir ol" itlirli'k lioiKi,, rimtalnlnsfuiir
1 loniiu, ennui- t'litmiili u i C'tiluf i-l ni t ,
la-IMf. li. IIKIIIi.
-K'rff-pn vencn nro you could net iiHirooilu Ciirar iih vou would wish to Ainnkn to
l- IVJ-. Urntii, nml livnrvhoily umulii-il thein. Durlntr tliu war koI'I wotit untoUOO
iiii'l Ulintrs wi,nl tip iif-coiilltiKly. Oolil liati tiono bunk, but Clunru ecrm to hold
tlipirown Wliyli HiIhP tt In owlntr. to h rcrtutn nxtnnt, tn the itdvaiicod tout of
nmiiiiliicltnn In ikllled Intmr unit novftiiineiit lux, liut ton litlll ttroutur oxtelit, to
n rciiieuloiiH ruihliiiiof f'(.-llirx;inli:iini)(l to cult foru livo runt CUiir,
( l iu- liuiiur.irlliii r by tin- ii-i- nrpnlenlisl Mnrliliit-ry mi- ennlilnl In nuVe llic nliote ti li l-iiili 'l
llKiira! it ot nf IhciIv i-M-ii it n-iil Ihiiii ullii-r .MiiniilirlUKrii lull iloliii-un flKi i,r
i limit ,ilihlv, linn i'i ihk llii-h ii,!i iil-, nu niiiiinlh In ( 1 I niiiiil.rni Willi ii miictlur loitait
t li,nr ti i- ' i t-iil ) -we -.- Is iniv i r imtrmiH n
VAFM72D mm mi Havana fiiwd um m m csn
Tliemniiiirurliin-iani'iiirnliiis llic l'.ict Hint tin- in-ijotltv nr uik-r ir.'li r ! Ijii llirir t'litaisni
lh.1) l is.l llii-ni, ti.iveniloitiil tin- iiIiiii ur luvnlilic tin- iiliintlly, lli-liiul nrthe Miluuritr (:n li,n
hm Uu- mlr, In -r-lllni: r. -i-iuli' i unr ni Ilm s.iiin- rati- n llic. ten. illly, nr a l"
ll .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1; r it -until- tii:i-n i In ,i i-hv. Ihi-J- r--iil t Ii- llivir Iiikiim-m, inline Unit ),) - iui,
i-M iii-i, unit l.r, up Ih, ,ii nljj i,i tin- i iimi-, i ir tin- nmln il n-l-. iu..iv,i- el lln-uin In , tl.i-1 ,,n
iiniu, iiiel tin u uii'-iil -.
Civo -'fiT-om a Trial and bo Oonvincod.
Sole Agents, Cairo Ills.
.'-Tt- - J " .
Have Ttciluccd their Tntiro Stock
DHT-G-OODS and CLOTHING,
To a rut in . r I fiirr t,ff' i
1 111 Mils city.
, i !
SUIT FOR $0 AND UPWARDS.
ii m tit m mmx w im B3 beat ih m or qualities.
also m runinsiirNG ooods i
In imr Ilrj-f.'il l)arlni-nt we mill Kite
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BEST CALICO
' roi-virjliyiljr who tin)-. t,i tlicnmMiut of etuti ilellan.
(7-tllM. m 11t1i.1l ant we will ionvliiri yon that we mum what vtCfaj-.-iJ
IT PAYS TO TRADE! AT
EEILBRON & WEIL'S,
142 & 144 G'oznmercial Avenue.
II II-' IV.
importer ant! Wliolcsnlo Doalor in
G2 OHIO LEVEE,
Kcopn a full HtitcU of
MonongahGla.Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN
KELLV ISLAND AND CM LIF0iiTl ,A WllfSS.
I'lKMH-ltlOllltlll.V, (lu. tl,,h ,,, (nllK-d
worn ortii- mint in tin, vi,i-i,i.-
notici:s oi' nil! niKtifl.
Tho ever Increaslm- i-ln-nlitlnn ni 11,1-
excellent monthly provcH its eontlniiiMl
tUantluu toiiojiul.tr iirf Ires ami iietidH. lull-
I'll. Wlit ll Wd thllikitito lmv.- miini' I,, j
It t ciiotlates eM.li iiinntli. wn imiLf ,,it,.
filler It in ojiH nftlio r.lm-ators at Well nH
tintertultiCMof the nubile mtiul, t'orlla vaM
Iiojiularity li.ts been won by no aritoal to
stupid .rrejudlccit orilepraveiltaUej. llo-i-ton
The t-haiiictor which tills .-l'l7liin nn..
roHo for varicty.cntcriirbe.arilistlc wealth,
anil lltorary culture Hint lias kept pace with,
frit v.i not leit tlio tlnieii. i-lioulil omuo Uu
comtuetor t-3 rPL'itd it with liiiitlllahl n I'fitu.
lilaconry. ltnlso entitles tliem to ai-reat
elalm upon tho iiublte gratitude, Tho
Jlajfjzlnu ban done t-ood atal not evil nil
ttie il.tjs ot Its life. Urooklyti I.'ujile.
t'CPtaue frca to hiibKirtbcrs In tho lrlted
.. . nl'iteH,
tinnier 11 Aliitfazlno, ono ytnr ...at no
fciUiuncliiflOM prepayment oCU. 8. 1104.
a(;o by tlio pithllnlicri.
AUiijcnptnins to HitrjierV Mn(.iIiic,
vvet-kly, orllazar, to nnn nddrnu for nun
year, Oil) tt); or two of llurpor'u porlmlt
el, to ono addrci-it for mm yuar, t', 00:
pfKxgofrcu. ' 1
Aii tixira e.jpy ol cltlicr the Ma);ai.lne,
Wotl.lv or ltnztir vvt liu niniillml ci-itu u,i
every elttb of livo EUtin-rlborn at S"l Oti uaclt,
... , vim. 4ui.i , .it ni.-i cupiUM ICl C-0 UJ,
wll'jout oxtra cojiy; po.U.igo Ireo.
ItK'k lllllllblTH (Till bo Aiimillr,,! nt m-
.V complete net of Harnci'K JIiiL-nzlnn.
no iv rotnnrb-In!.' 4i) vohnnni. in
blmlltiif, will bo Kent by expre.vt, frulvht at
llio ONjicn-o of luirelrisor, for 'J 5j pir
volimie. Kltii;lo V0I1111K.H, by mall, posltiald.
C3 00. (Jlnlh cawj, for binding, f8 uentn
by mall, psstpuld. '
&1TNew(piuiorn r.ro not to eopy tlilo ad.
verllM-mrntwHhmit tho exprcin ordrrj of
llnrprr A llrollier.i.
AililruM UAUI'KIt iV IIUOTJ1KII.S, N Y
CAIKO CITY BrNDEUY,
HINDER AND BLANK UOOK
Bullotlti Dullcllmr. Cor. Twelfth Street
nnil Wn-jhlni.-toii Avomio,
IOtViimly mid Kullroail W'oika Spetlnllr,
in both their Stores, ConsiHtingof
ii ut'i -.1 Kin is raltnl to (,ur H jlliinK HqsirtiiKiil,
ti - t n yoii l In .iv
AUornoy at I.atr.
Hll'iHv 'V,r,'V'U'1"''- " StriH-t. lt-
1i-i-ii Wioililiitiiinnviiimuiiil VV,iluitt M
YY" tt.l.TAM n. OTIITU, M. D.
lti:Slllt:.NCK: .Vo. JI Thirteenth Hrs, bu
tvvtui VViuihliiKtou avnuie unil Wiilnut Htrrrt
OFKlfJKiNoitli vlila r ijlgiuh tttttt bo-'
Mre- ti Oimrnrrclitl nml VViuhlniftou itvi-iiue.
7. DUKNIKO, M. n.
OorntT Klnth nnil Wiitniit
OtT-'ICK: Ciinic-rHliith itm t ami Ohio Ivce.
t)lTtci: nouns: rrumilii.ni. 12 BDlt
rom t! to h 11.111.
Adratuutratcr s Notico.
-171STATI! nf Pyas T PurU-r, .lcri-iiBf.l.
.1 li hu iiinU-i-Hlrii-1 havliiK lt 11 iiiiiiulntul Ait
niliiiiitinlor el theent-ili- ef Dyiw 'I , Parker lain
el llHicniitily orAli-x.initiriiinthtiitf oi'lllluiil,,
il(Ci-.iMil,lini-l,r tfvM notlnitlmt liu M ill mil
lieu- lfiiii' tlm county i-uiii I or Alt-xuiiili-r ii.iiii
ly.nt llicciiiiit lioiiMi In tin- t-lty of Culm, llll
1 nil, ut Him .IiiuiMi y in ni, on tho thiol Mtmiliiy
jii.liiniiary next, ut ulili-li tlm- nil lui-jiins h-iv-lUKchilliiijiiKAiiKt
cahl i-olnlu lire notlllcl nml
iviiit-sli-il tu iilti nit for the iiiininnc oflmvliiK (lit
BaiiiuiKlJinlid. All pi-muni iiiili-hh-,1 tomin VI
t.ilc iiii) ii-(iiciliil to niitU- liiiiin-illule iiimueut
Haltil UiIh aid iluv of Dccciiilicr, A. It. ls:s.
JACOB V ALTER,
Doaler in Fresh Moats
Dotvoon WanblnctOD ui4 Comruorclol
Avenues, iidjolmnt; llintny'a,
KlIKPfl for onlo the Ut Hit f, I'ork, Mutton
Vuil, lamb, tiuujatto, Aj,. aihI Ii pro
inroil It itvi. Iiinilllim In n u,-i-n,un mnmicr
ANVTflfXtl ' ,'"
Htoie. nml .e leep
fvcrytliliif. loiimi l 11
, 'l). for llollliliiy
Moxv, KH M1HII4011 Ht,
L.fi 111 1 ft
Clilcnifo, Fnul for ilt-crlpllve llt.