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SMITH, HACK fe CO.,
NO. 3M BROAD STREET,
AUGUSTA, - - - - GA
!'.-pcctiiy Solicit Con.lRnmenty of
PROVISION'S, PRODUCE. CHAIN' AND
M erci i an d i st g en e r a ll v,
rpo wlili h they will Jive careful and prompt at
J. tcutiun. They ant prepared to aiakc. liberal
ted will urn- their tet tlTorti for tha liiter.U of
tbu-e favoring ttiem with cuuluiu:ut.
P.cf'T. iT pcrm.fII. tO NTloAI. RAtK.Of A
gu.la; National KxchaoI Ho a. of Aujju.ta. (.a.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL li. 11
Shortest and Quickest Eoute to
St. T-.ou.Ls and Chicago
fTTIB only road runnlnjto dally train, from Calrd
-a tnamnfc airwi conne, tton wua fca-trrn limn.
TRAINS LEAVE CAIKO-l:lup. in : Ka.t el
Pt. arriving In St. I.m;. 7:.V p. m. ; Chicago ft Ml
a. in.; i in p. m : loi Irioasl and Louleville Fat
Line, arriving In Cincinnati at :Oft a. in.; Loul.ville
7 4u a m : fud.'anasoli. 4.11 a. in. l'aecUp.-ri by
uim uaiu iinir ai aiiure jiuim.
12 TO HOUItS IN ADVANCE
Of any other route.
1 0 . 1 i m. Pit Vail, with uleepera attached, for
- h i . ijil 1-7 iiu i int. ah". arriving m "i-I-oalaat
ft;.V)a. m ; Chicago at :U) p. w , conncci
I D at Oil In or Effingham for Clnclnuti, Loulavllla
FAST TIME EAST,
V VsrVClVThy "! "no ffo thmuch
J Jlf r.luT,0 , wubuut ,y
rkday tai.ed hy Sunday Intcm-ulni?. The Satur
day afternoon train from Cairo arrive. Id New York
Moiiiiay mornluK at Tulrty-eix houra In ad-
lm ! of any other route.
IW Adv,:rtlcuietit of competing llni-a that they
make better 1 1 it) than Ui! our arr le.ued cither
Ihroiurh ignorance or a de.irc lo ml.lcad thu piihllr.
For ihrotiith ticket, and Information apply at 1111
tioi. Central luilroad depot. Cairo.
TRAINS ARHIVK AT I AIKO:
KtpreM S:0B p.m.
Mall 4:0V a.m.
J s. JOHNSON, Gta'l Southern Ax't.
.f. II. JONES. Ticket Asenl.
(JAIRO at V1NCENNES R.R.
l' All I Ts: THE MIOHTKST ItOL'TE TO
17 MIT Vs: THE sI01tTET To I.ofl"
1 I M 1 III,?) VII. I.E. i INC1NNATI, li.M.
TlMoliE AM) WASHINGTON.
') MM tVTHE SlIoltTEST T INDIAN
r .'1 I I'li. a'o.t,.iiii.AIjEI.I'UIA.NEV
VOISK AND HUSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
t'T-r tr:lu of all otln r rout.-. niuMni; the fame
fsw I'ai-iiji'r. Iiy othi-r miiii- tn raaki1 ronni-i'-lioii"
tit n ri'!' all nljlit. niiliiL' fnimiiin-infli
luMir- nl .mull couuiry i-tnllcin fur trains of run-
iK'Ctill j MUii.
1 V Ml-' f 1 l'TT" E KArT ,lli' "r 4 v'
J l I-,.UJ.,.H 1) 1 , 1W r m ,riln r h,hl; Kuim
villi'. ncl i it Tin pili. t'lm liniatl and I.oiil llli- i-iune
tl. Tr one leave aud arrive at t alro a followm:
Mail leave. 4:4.') a.m.
JWnil arriv.-n M:iiip.m.
Tlirouk'a llikiiK and tlnk. to all important
k"a"'.M1I.I.KIL II I.. MOHKIU..
lu ll 1 Al'i-iiI. t.vtii rnl Mip't.
I.. I), till lit II, I'a.wiiiriT Acelit.
(1AIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
Slioi'tot Line to St. Louis!
rpilKtr:ii!itirtlilroii.l eonnert at St. T,onl and
1 K;:.t st. I.oiil. with all oilier Hue to the EAST,
Noli.' ll AND SOLTII.
Through cxpn .. learea Calm. S: -irt a.m.
Tliiwinii expri'oa arrive, al Ka.t St. I.aiiia ti:Hp.in.
Viirpiiy.linrii aiTotnniiiilulliin Irave. ( nlro tMSp.m.
M uriliv.ioro in c. arrive, ul Muriihy.boro H:.V p.m.
'I'lirmiiih expresii leave. Eu.l St. Loiilx H:45a.ni.
'J'hrmiiih expre.n arrive, til Culm RMOp.ni.
Murpiiv.liori) aee. leave. .iiriliyxhnri a.m.
Murphy. boro aec. arrive, ut Cal'ri) 14: p in-
PVATVM 1.I.'P THE Cairo and St. Lotil"
JUUl.JlDllt ir,m, . the only AM.
KAII. ItOi'TK hi'twei'ii Ctiiro and St. I.oiiIh under
one nimiaement: therefore there are no ilehiv. at
vnv .tatloii. awullliiL' I'otiiiiM'tloii. rrom other line...
"" l'n.eiiu'er. coin-.' North. Northeai-t and Went
ehoiild not liny their t it ket. until they huvo exam
Ineil our rule.'iind route.. v
I,. M. JOHNSON, tienenil Mutint'er.
II. .1. KINE, tienenil Au'enl. Cairo. Ill-
Kxpr-.. leave, ( nlro dully 2:00 p.m.
Kxprem nrrlvejilCaliojlally BMHia.m
(JAIUO CITY FKUUY CO.
I.HAVra I.KAV1M t.KAVKa
Tool Foil rill at Mlaaonrl Lnnd'i?. Kentucky Ld'g.
H a. m.
in a. m.
S p. m.
X::i' a. m.
10:!) a. m.
4:30 p a.
U n. m.
8 p. m.
I p. M.
WATCIIKS. JEWEUY, KTC.
EDWARD A. Tk'DEIt
(Succt-KKor to E. ii W. Under),
And Dealer la
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eighth St. anil Washington Ave.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Between Commercial and I (!.n Til
Waahiogioa avca., ( till TO, J 11.
FIXE WATCHWOKK A SPECIALTY.
f VEnAraTlngand all kluda Of repairing orally
I'" All klndi ofHolId Jewelry made to order.
WHOLKSAL-K WINES AM) LIVI OK.N.
, SMYTH fc CO.,
Wboleeale and Retail Dealer! la
Foreign andtomcstic Liquor
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SHYT1I 4 CO. hare eon.tantly a larpe
Mock of th be. jrotxla In the market and irive
e.peclal aiteDtlon t. the wholeaalv branch af the
I'AINTS, OIU, WALL PAl'KR, ETC
. F. BLAKE,
Faints, Oils,Varnislies, Brushes
Window Glass, Window Shades, Etc.
Always on hand the celebrated nxi'wiNATixo
row' Bulldine, Cora- . P.iirn Til
Bieriinl Ave.. t I cllIU, ill.
INSURANCE AGENCY OF
Wells S: Kkrtil
T1-.1 f1'lTlnU'lll 1 if-)f Montreal, ("an.l
IlIMiU V illltlUl.Ul , (rita .$ii.ih.uhm.i.H.
British America I A:::T i
V illovi lltt 1 '''Iff and Marine (MiWille. N.J.)
.U11R lilt A.ete. 1.I2!KT M.
I'll lull 'f Philadelphia; e.tal.ll-hed in HM.i
I I1HU1 ) Ae.et.. $:l.l'tf i).
V i I'lMll 'lll'v 1 l0f Da ,on' ' ' 1
r ntiiiiiu , AM.tn jrjio.iJ4.!;.
i lift It 111 w Kn-oport. lll.i.
Hi I Illltll , A'.eta $t.V,.S77.?l.
RISKS WRirrEN AT FAIR RATES.
OtHco in AloxiinilfT County Hunk.
J i i
SALOONS AND RF-STAURANTS.
Saloon and Ilcstaiirant
the ntT op I
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Coiiatuntly on hand; til.o bn. con.tantly on linnil a
liir-e etippty or
FRUITS, LEMON'S, ORANGES, AITLES,
AT WHOl.Kl'Al.F. AND I1KTAIL,
At the Old liclmonli'o Hotel, fill Ohio Leveo.
M F.I ill' AL.
FLO HI PA
AV ii t o r .
The cholccBt, moat
.ft In'tlni; yet mo.t (lellciite
J -if nil pe'rfiuni'A for tine on
tue niiiiiiKerciuei at ino
toilet and in the built,
(leliL'hiriil nud heallliful
In the eick room, rellevea
weakiie.K, liitlLiie, pro.lrittlon, nrrvoiiHne.it and
headache. Look mil for counterfeit". Aluny. n-k
for Florid Water, prepared by the eolo proprietor,
Mi'.-m. Lanmnn & Kemp, New York.
For aale by perfumer, dniu(;li and fancy pooda
w i i 1 '. w Bin i :
CAIRO, ILLINOIS; TUESPiY
Rl.VDAY SCHOOI, VO KXTIOX. 1
HU.VUAV SCICJOL ,
iiki.d in tii r
PrcHhytcriun Chviwli.'C'arn, Xlu.,
Joiif 25 Mini 20, 1078.
10:m orlntk LK-vutloiml Exm-ii.
!:! II ;l Ort'unUHou.
ll:().o Iti-port of h'-rrfirv.
11 ::)Utu li;l i Wanu uf tbe CoiLlry.
2:rrto::iO l).-fotloiil Eji'rr.....
a:toS:;Hi Ki-porl. from Nrh.ilx.
a::)lo4:" Th Ti-aeln-r l'r'pi,rnton.
4:Uii4:: Iluw toTi-udi Ihc I.-h.,ii.
NmiiT Ptio Ad(lr?f-.
rtt to :W Devotional Exerrl....
: JUto 10:11) The Itlai kboard Uhjn:t.
Lee.ona and kevlev.
W:Ul to W:.m Tea- h. m" Melia,
lll:K)lon:f) .Beat Plana fr In.olritur Atlendatiic.
11:11) toll; HoV Skallwu Iitdur I'upila to
ktnn Ihe Lin'on?
11:30 toia:0D flu Can Ihe Spiritual T'ower of the
Sunday School be Inervandf
2:fln to:VI Devotional Exerel.ea.
tu.1:u0....1Iow to Make, the Hint of the Bible
in the Sunday School.
8:00to: Tha Convenlion a a lllble Claai
Taa(ht Next Sunday l.eou.
U:)to4:00 Word, of Encourajemont to
4:CUki4:TO Qae.tlon Drawer and Micccllaueotia
Dl.i u.. Ion.
Nioiit Si.niox Clo.luj Addre..
FOUIiTII OF .TUIV
l'ndr tk AtKi'lrei of tli
Kniglits of the Mystic Krew
OF COM US,
AT ST. MARY'S PARK, CAIRO, ILLS.
BV reqneet of thecltlzenit of Cairo the above, ao
eletv ha. a'aln undertaken the celebration of the
l.UiIilOl s FOURTH. I.ioeral i-otitrihutloim on
the part of ourcltiien. will enable the Krew to give
a celebration that will ccllp all their former effort
and no paina will he .pared to make th affair the
trrandi-t and MOST ESJoVABLK CELEBRA
TION EVER dlVEN IN CAIRO. Tho lieM of at
traction are DiimeroiiK. A ORAND PAKAlfK. In
which It l expected that ail the eix ietle. in the eitv
will partlrlnate. READING THE DECLARATION
OK INDEPENDENCE by one of Cairo muuy tui
enteil and popular voutij ladli-a. to b followed br
ORATIONS HV SPEAKER OF NATIONAL
HESITATION. The tlne.t
-STRING aud UHAs MUSIC In the citThave
he. ji ena'ed. and a FINE DANClNti FLOOR, Ut
bf lui fe.-t. will te' eriTted for the pleasure of tho.e
who delight lo trip the lihl lanuetirum. HURsE
HACINt.runtiliiir race-half mile hent.. he.t two
In three. $10 ui entrance. $.VUJ added by the My.tic
Krew, eecotid hor.eto .ave etake.. s to euter. :t to
tart AUo TRoTTIMi aud HAClNti RACES,
footraces, fat mens races, wheel-
BARROW RACES. fA K RACES. CATclllNti
etc.. etc. Sultttble premiiiui. II1 he avtanled the
victor, in the above .pi.rt..
The efenltii'. ever I.e. will open with the
KANIfck'f DIsI'LAVorKlltLWoiiKSeie. wen
in therltv. Armiiceriietit. have been jnaMe lo liavu
EX'cfKsIONS lll'N ON" A 1.1. THE RAILROADS
ENTERING THE CITV AT ORKATI.V RKDI'c
El) RATES OF FARE. The -tearuer .(AMES
FIsK.JR.. andferrv Til RE R STATES will . -a-rv
PA"SKS(;K!S AT HALF FARE. NottmiL' Unit
can add to the ainiin iiienl and comfort of our rl.it
or. ill be vt imtini;
COME ONE. coME ALL and enjov a tiOOD
OLD FASHIONED CELEBRATION.
T. II. I.OVKTT,
( HAS. (.II.HOKFKR.
FRANK M. WALKER.
liEO. M. FRY.
DAY OF SFOliT
July 4, 1878.
Ikirbocue and Dance !
ll AVINo remove I niydaiieltiL' hail from it. former
Al -it-, t.i a .ii.it :n ire .ititsbie. :id hiivin enllre
ly remodeled the lull. I will oil ti.e
Fourth of J uly,
Give an old Utile llnrhacue and Daiico. to vvblchl
cordially Invite all. '.':.iirnnteelu nil !,o i:ltend u
ilfiv of u'eniiine )il:-:i.nre and recreiilloti.
Ill the afternoon a race between the fleet nice mure
formerly owned b4).liimn Kvuu-liui mid the sinner
mitre for a .take of Jio a i tl- will be mn.
ilefre.lnnetit. I i iiMmdaiicc will be ut tie' di-po-al
of tlui-.wliu nutv vtirh them, ut the moot reason
H. V. WILI1URN, l'mprirt.ir.
l F. KUNKLK'S
1UTTER WINE OF IRON.
rPhe u'rest niece., ami di llirht of the people. In
1 fuel, nothlti'.' like It Iiiik ever been nflen-il the
Aiuerlciin people which ha. ho quickly found lln:tv
into their good favor iiml heiiity approval n E. F.
Kuukle h lllttcr Wine of Iron. It die nil it pro
pone., mid thtlH L'lve. utilverHiil Hiitl'lih tlon. ll I.
UUiininteed loenre the wornt cueH of dynpepnla or
ludiLTe.tloti. kldnev or liver dlneiiM-H. v.euklie.H,
nervoii.ue... coii'lipiitioii. ncldltv of lite .toinuch,
Ve. liit the "euulne. only Hold In $l.0i) bottle..
Depot and office, iv.l North Ninth Street, I'liilndel
pbla. A.k for Kunkle'a uud take tioother. Soldly
Pysyepsia! Dyspepsia! Dyspepsia!
E. V. Kiiiikel'a Hitler Wine of Iron i. a Mire cure
for thin tli.eii.e. It Int. been piv.crlhed dully for
tunny yearn in the practice of eminent phy.li Iniie
with nnpuriillt ltd huccc... SytnplotiiH are' lo.
nipetlte, wind it ml ri-dni! of food, tlryue.. hi Mouth,
heudache. di..lne... .IceiileH.tieH. and low Htilril..
Get the L'enulne. Not .old ill Imlk. onlv In $1 hot
lien. Sold by all druc-d'tH. Ak for E. F. Kunkle'a
Hitler Wine iif Iron, and take no other. $1 per bot
tle, or S'i for i-lx bottle.. All I Hnk I. a trial of llil"
vrtliinble medicine. A lrl.il will convince yon at
WORMS! VORMS! WORMS!
E. F. Kunkle'a Worm Syrtip never full, lo remove
al) kind, of Worm.. Seat, pin mid .loinach worm"
are readily removed by Kuiiklc'e worm Svrnp. Dr.
Kuukle in Ihe oniy .ucce.Hlul iliv.li'lu tlnil can re
move tape worm III front two to four hour.. He lin"
no fee until head and all puhhch aliv and In Hit"
epacc of time. Common aeuae teache. If tape worm
can be removed all oilier wornia can bo rentlllv rv
moved. Ak your druwlnt for a bottle, of Kunkcl'a
Worm Syrttt) Price $ I er holtln. It nvnr ftila
or end to the diwtor for rlrriilnr. No. 4M) North
Ninth atreet, l'hlladulplila, l'a. Advice free.
MORNING, JUNK 25, 1878.
MARKETS IIV TELKORAPII,
NEW TORK (IKAIN AND ritODITE.
New Yoiik, Juno 24. 12:00 m.AViicnt
quiet; No. 2 Cliicno, (1 06; No. 2
Hilwaikfo,$107,'4:re(l wintcr.l 101 14;
imilior, 121 l'l. Corn quirt ;t'nmiT,
42i(?:42'; No. 3, 44't'c ; No. 3, 44c. Oats
quirt. Gol.l, 100.
ane w) oitAiN and rnonrt E.
fnif a.o, Juno 24, 12:20 ji.iii. Pork
July, $f) 22; ; August,!) W!,, lii.l. Com
ity i mixed, SflcjNo. 2,;jli'B(:. Wlirut
Cusli, Ojjjf: ; June, O.''i:; July, fe'Jc ; re
Chicago, June 24, 1 :20 p. in. Whuut
Ju'jr,5c; July, filc, bid.
CiiK Aoo, Judo 24. 2:17 p. m. IVIicat
selhr year, 81c bid, 62c askod. Corn July,
MSoa'c; August, a'ic; SrpU'inber,
CiirAoo, Juno 24, 2:17 p. m. Pork
Juno, A 15 9 25; July, $9 209 27;
Auburn, p 49 9 42i; September,
9 5r,9 GO. '
Chicaoo, June 24. 2:00 p. m. Wltout
Chicago, June 24, 2:ai p. in. Corn
Chicago, Juno 24, 2 :35 p. in. Wheat
July, 91bC bid.
Chicago, June 24. 2:39 p. in. Wiieat
July, 91igC bid; August, 94c.
WHAT IS THOUGHT OF MRS. JENKS"
THE ACKLEN HCASDAI. 10 REOfl.T IN A Dl'EL
(-TOKlf IIEI.ATI.NU TO THE l.l.NCOIJv ASS.Vri
Sl NATION DISPOSED OK.
Special to the Republican
Washington, June 23. It is commonly
't'CU'(l lu re 1 1 nit Mrs. Jenks wits making
i lie nut of whole cloth when on the stand
n the Putter committee yesterday. The
inly question now of importance is H3 to
he whereabouts of the original of the
?lierman letter. It is hardly thought that
Mrs. Jcnks would swear to the forger- of
.he letter if the original was not where she
knew it to lie safe. Ben Rutler believes
that she has disponed of it to Secretary
Sherman. If i said that the com
mittee is in possession of an ntfi-
duvit'f Mr. AVI:r to iJm j-tLmt tlmt r..
ceDtly Mrs, Jenkst bouifht the letter from
her. It is also said that there are photo
graphic copies in existence, Mrs. Jenks
will be hauled ovi-r the coals to-morrow,
and by u.-e of the many contradictions in
the testimony yesterday it is expected to
further expose the lie she is trying to palm
off on the committee. She will be particu
larly examined as to Iter interviews with
Sherman, which were but liirhtly touched
upon yesterday. There is a report to-nijiht
that tindin' she has i ntan'led herself she
will refuse to answer the knotty points, as
she is secure in putttn:; the commiitee in
contempt while the house is not iu session,
Wa-hington. June 2:1. Ex-Gov. Rrown
before leaving Wa-hine;ton responded to the
letter of Secretary Sherman, returning the
draft forwarded to tbe department, in pay
ment of his (.Brown's! share of the Lotiisi
anu commission expenses, again inclosing
the draft, which he says he feels con
strained to do from a sense of duty to him
self and the people not liable for the
amount expended. The belief is expressed
that the secretary will retain Ihe check and
await further action concerning the pay
ment of the expenses of the eommis ion,
A Dl'KI. IN I'llosPKCT.
A statement by friends of Congressman
Acklell tn .the editor of the Washington
Post contradicts a recent mention of a "s"n
salional" and unwarranted character as to
his behavior to a lady, and says that his
version of the affair is entirely corroborated
by the lady and lliere is but one issue in
the premises, and that is of a personal and
private character between Mr. Aekl.-n and
(ten. Rosser who have both left the city for
their respective homes to arrange their af
fairs for such a determination of the result
between them as accords with thcirvicwsnf
Ihc responsibility of men to one another.
The scandal of distorted and exaggerated
publicity, it is added, lias had the effect of
hastening perhaps an event which would
have taken place under any circumstances,
mid which should not be permitted to be
clouded with dishonor, The Post savs
editorially that Ackleii hurried lo Louisi
ana to arrange his aff.tirs, and nssoon as he
gets there his friend, a well known duelist,
will ut once notify (ten. Ross'-r to name
smite gentleman to represent him, with a
view to settlement according to the strict
code. The lady, Ackleii admits to have
seriously compromised, and professes a
willingness to make her the only repara
tion in his power.
ILLNESS (IF .It STICK MILLER.
Associate Justice Miller, of the supreme
court of the United Mates, is dangerously
ill at bis residence in this city, having jus't
undergone the surgical operation of lithot
omy. 1 Iu was sleeping about midnight to
night and resting contmrativeIy easy,
though his physicians consider tlic'present
a very critical time in his condition,
THE LINCOLN ASSASSINATION.
The Post to-morrow publishes an inter
view with John V. Covle, formerly publish
er of the National Intelligencer,
regarding the published report
that at n dinner party in this city the
night of Lincoln's nssnsination, Coy Ik burn
ed an unread package, which llooth handed
him during the day, and which, it 's sup
posed, contained his explanation of the
causes which led him to the commission of
the terrible deed, ('oylu says no such din
ner party ever bsik place, I never heard of
that statement until after the execution, al
though rumors were prevalent that such a
statement had been prepared. On mv ex
amination as a w Itness before the commission
that tried the conspirators, I there stated
that no such document ever reached me.
Months after the execution, John Matthews,
the gentleman to whom the statement had
been given to deliver me. told me he had
received it and on the night of the assassin
ation, hail opened it, read and destroyed it.
MR. BRYANT'S WILL.
ALMOST THE ENTIRE ESTATE LEFT TO HIS
New York. June 2.'L The will of the
late William Cullen Bryant was offered for
probate yesterday to the surrogate of
Queens county at Jamaica. It is dated
weeemoer o, ii.', in ins own Handwriting,
remarkably legible and bears no troco of
trembling or nervousnesneas. Besides bis
two (luugliters (one the wile of Parke God
win and the other unmarried) only two
persons get any portion of the est te, which
is estimated at f :).'i0,000. Nad Mr. Bryant
sum ved his children tie estate would
have been equally divided betwen his
nephews and nieces and those of his wife
The bequests otherwise than to his daugh
ters are four acres of land and ftf.OOO in
money to the overseer of bis estate, Geo. B.
Wine, and f 200 to the hitter's son. All the
rest of the Drota-rtv. includii-.e? Bryant's in-
terest in the Evening Post is equally divid
ed Detwecn Ins daughters. It either of the
daughters dies childless her share shall go
to tiie surviving sister, and it is especially
directed that the property given the daugh
ters shall be settled in such a mnnrer as to
be, fiee f.xnu the intermeddling or control
of the husband of either. The executors ot
the will are Jno. A. Graham, John Bige
low. John II. Plat, Geo. R. Wine and the
testator's daughter, Julia S. Bryant.
JUGGERNAUT PILGRIMAGES IN
A. II. Guernaer, lo Harper' Magazine for July.
Mr. Hunter gives a ivid picture of these
pilgrimages. Day and night, through
every month of the year, troops of dtvotces
arrive at Purl, and for three hundred miles
along the great Orissa road every village
has its encampment. At the time of the
great festivals the bands follow so closely
that they form a continuous procession
miles upon miles in length. They march in
orderly companies, each under its leader
or guide. These guides may properly be
called the missionaries of Jagannath.
Aliout six thousand of them are attached to
the temple from which they take their
departure for every section of the country.
The arrival of one of these pilgrim-hunters
is a memorable event iu the still life
of a Hindoo village. He is known
by bis halfshaven head, coarse tunic, knap-
sacK, aud palm-leal umbrella. He waits
patiently chewinz his narcotic leaf, until
the men have gone into the Held, and then
makes a round of visits among the women.
He works alike upon their hopes and fears,
their plvtj inl their full v. The ulder ones
long to look iixn the face of the merciful
god who will remit the sins of a life. The
younger ones are allured by the prospect of
a journey through strange lands. Widows
catch at anything to relieve the tedium of
their blighted existence; childless wives
long to iiek up the berries from the child
giving banyan which grows in the sacred
inclostire. In a few davs the missionary
has jiicked up a band of pilgrims. Fully
nine out of ten are women, and when the
bands come together on the great Orissa
road they present a motley spectacle.
Here are a company of white-clothed,
slender women from Lower Bengal, limping
wearily along. Next a train, clad in bright
red or blue, with noses pierced with rings,
trudges stoutly forward; they are the
rugged peasantry of Northern India. Now
and then is a lady from near Delhi, ambling
along upon a little pony, while her hus
band walks by her side A bullock cart
creeks past ujmiii its wooden wheels. A
long train of palanquins conveys a Calcut
ta banker and hi- family. Sometimes
there is a great north country rajah, with a
whole caravan of elephants, camels and
horses. But nineidive out of a hundred of
the pilgrims are on foot. Mingled with all
are devotees of every sort, some covered with
ashes, some nearly naked, with matted hair
stained yellow. Almost all have their fore
heads streaked with red and white paint, a
string of beads around their necks, and a
stout staff in their hands.
So this great spiritual army marches
hundreds of miles almfg burning roads,
iieross,unbrilgi'd rivers, through pestilent
jungles and swamps. Many perish by the
way; all are weary and loot -sore. Iiiit no
sooner are they within sight of the holy
city tinman the miseries of the journey are
forgotten. They hurry across the ancient
bridge with'shouts and songs, nnd rush to
one of the great artificial lakes and plunge
b 'ncath the sacred waters. The dirty bun
dles which thev have carried all the long
way lire opened, and yield forth their treas
ures of spotless cotton, and the pilgrims,
refreshed und cleanly clad, proceed to the
temple to partake of the sacred rice w hich
has been cooked within its wallsthat sa
cred rice for which the Lord of the w hole
Torld longed in his old jungle home, and of
! which he now partakes four times a day in
A REIGN OF TERROR.
FOlIT HARNEY FILLED WITH EXCITKI) REKl
GEES THE ARMY ADVANCING ON THE
TRAIL OK THE M AR.M'DEIIS.
Maliiech Citv. OitKooN, lime 2:1. The
Indians are now in II irney valley, between
the Sterns mountain and Silver river. Two
men have been killed iu Happy valley. The
Indians are destroying houses and cattle,
and apparently have a stronghold on the
west sul of the Steins mountain, Awhile
scout, sent from Fort Harney, was in their
camp for n few days, and tiny s -lit him
back with a message to bring lots of sol
diers. He said he saw a! Mint three hundred
warriors. Natchez Wimiemiieca, who
came from the camp, reHirtod only one
hundred. O. I). Crowley reports that
Natchez is sick from exertion and expo
sure in aiding him and two white
NEW SEIUES-NO 47.
men to escape. Winnemucca is on his
way to McDcnnott with seventy-rivo refu
gees. Sarah Winnemueca, her brother, his
wife and dipt. Wilkinson, aide do camp,
have been sent to Harney by Gen. Howard,
and Fort Harney is filled with terrified
refugees men, women and children.
Harney valley is deserted. Thirty men of
company A, First cavalry, under McGregor,
scouting towards Happy valley, are rumored
to have had their horses taken by the hos
tiles. Gen. Howard's cavalry and intantry
will form a junction at some' po'nt on the
Harney road Sunday night. Stewart's
battalion of foot troops will be twenty-five
miles out on that road from Malheur
agency. Bernard is still pushing along the
hostile trail. Ho has alsuit 1W iner.
Stewart and Grover, concentrated, will have
alsiut 30 men. Gen. Howard will have
his troops concentrated in the vicinity of
old Camp Harney Sunday night.
SATURDAY'S NEWS FROM EUROPE
ELOQCENT and convincing SPEECH by the
ENGLISH EARL IMTOKTANT QUESTIONS TO
UK SETTLED U? THE CONGRESS TO-DAT.
London June 23. The Post yesterday
said the fact that the Schouvaloff-Salisbury
memorandum was not signed, only initiat
ed, does not affect its validity, but indicates
its c'mracter as simply an arrangement for
facilitating an approach to more serious
THE CZAR'S DECISION WANTED.
In regard to the private pour parlers be
tween Russia, Austria and England, the
Berlin dispatches confirm the statement
published as to the arrangement relative to
the Balkans, but the decision of the czar is
wanted upon certain point9 touching south
ern Bulgaria and Antavaria question!.
AX ESCORT FOR THE KEFIGEFJ.
A dispatch from Constantinople says:
Austria will demand in the congress
authority to escort the Bosnian refugees
back to their homes, and it is said will
urge that the duration of their escorU'
stay in Bosnia Iks left unfixed.
Saturday's news confirmed.
London, June 24. A dispatch from Ber
lin says: It is fully continued that Russia
accepts the British Bulgaria programme.
There is also an increased probability of
Austria's acquisition of Bosnia and Her
zngovina. PARTY RIOTS
occurred in Belfast on Saturday night, dur
ing which several persons were killed and
A dispatch from Berlin says: In Satur
day's sitting of the congress Earl Beacons
field spoke long nnd eloquently, and em
phatically demanded the right of Turkey
to garrison uud fortify the lloumanian fron
tier. at Monday's session
it is thought the most important questions
will be settled in regard to the line of the
Balkans, as agreed upon Iwtween England,
Russia and Austria.
belongs to Bulgaria, and not to Roumania,
as incorrectly telegraphed.
NOTES FROM CONSTANTINOPLE.
A Constantinople dispatch says: General
Todleben has ordered heavy rei'nforcemenN
from Adrianople and other points to Saji
The Russians are sending nil the Turk
ish military prisoners to 8ileriii.
The Russians endeavored to station a
number of soldiers in the English consul's
house at Bonegas. The consul protested
against it, when the Russians threatened vi
olence. A POLISH TETITION.
London, June 24. A dispatch from Mos
cow says: The Russsian Poles are exten
sively signing petitions to the congress at
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