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'KFlt'IAL PAI'Elt OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
M.H. HarroU, Kditor.
Sknatok McDonald, of Indinnn is the
only man in Washington who can wear
cloak bo as to nnks him rese mble oue of the
did Unman Senators.
The Dcs Moinei man who predicted
that there would be only threes inches of
ice this winter will not go into tlic almanac-
Is England tight persons own more than
220,000 acres of lnmt each, and forty -ono
persons own more than 100.000 acres each.
These lazy heirs of the burly robbers who
stole the domain of the English race are not
suffering from tlio business prostration
which is making hundreds of thousands of
their fellow men hungry and cold.
The car drivers on the Illinois and St.
Louis bridge, working from 5 a. m., to 10
. p. in., seventeen hours, receive only one
dollar and fifty cents per day. Seventeen
hours of actual suflering for a pittance
scarcely sufficient to provide comforts for a
small family for a single day. Talk about
the horrors of African slavery we have
the counterpart of the system amon; us to
.lav. The amount realized from the sale of
Plymouth church pews, this year, exceeds
that of last year, nearly $3,000. Such a re
sult, in view of the strong probability that
Mr. Iieecher was justly charged of a heinous
crime against law, morals and religion, fur
nishes an intimation of what the result
would be should Beecher confess his guilt.
The pew rent, in that event, would furnish
him a fortune upon which he could retire.
The Chicago Telegraph thinks it is
reasonably certain that General James
Shields will be elected to the short Senato
rial term from Missouri. Although this
will not be as good a thing pecuniarily as
Doorkeeper of the House, it will be more
in keeping with the place which General
Shields occupies in the history of the coun
try, and as hjs enlarged pension is ample for
his support he no longer needs to ask paltry
favors of any political party.
Senator Ratam) has formally e ntered
the field as a candidate for the. presidency
Hi headquarters have been established ut
his home in Wilmington, Delaware, where
an organization is now heiu rapidly effect
ed. His plan of campaign is to be to throw
away the soft money Democrats to abandon
Indiana, and Ohio, and to carry the solid
south 138 votes together with New
York, Connecticut and New Jersey, 60
mire, making a total o!' 188 votes, three
more than a majority of the electoral col
lege. Tueiik is but one excess that the colored
Republicans would not submit to at the
bauds of the-lr nvhitn confederates. They
would neit, perhaps, uncomplaiuingly en
dure the lash upon their naked backs, but
they have been subjected to insult, have
been denied ull participation in the ofliees,
spoils and favors of the party, have been
robbed, and used as so many political
slaves. Of the hundred and fifty positions
that were subject to the disposal of the pre
sent Republican General Assembly, the
twenty thousand colored Republican voters
eif Illinois the voters that gave the party
an increase' eif one e-ongivMuan in the dele
gatiem from Illinois, received-how, many?
Not one 1 Nor was 1 1 1 1" ii u 1 1 ii' ofii siuglccolor
cd man ever brought before the Republican
callous that disponed of then fuvors. The
'white- jKiliticBl brethren" knew the blacks
would stund It. Experience had taught
them that there is no reseiitment In the
bosom of the black brother, and that it is
,.. ,..... , ,... ,., ... ov ami Kite
HU white iriemla ruling up nl! the j Wl!k;Ilt, willl (i0Ht U)(.
fat things, and enjoying themselves. H'l,rt n(,cU, ,lr,w u ,, 1m
there happen to Iw anything especially
uuctious, the colored man can have the-
Miiiill: but the substance he mustn't touch.
And if the colored men happen to cscss
themselves of a good thing, they don't com
plain if the white political brethren take it
away from them. Instance, the deposit of
the Frcedtnen's bank. By stinting them
stives, the hardworking negroes of the
South, ''put away for a rainy day," more
than f".000,OuO in the vaults of that insti
tution. Hut how much of it have they got
back? The sum can be correctly
stated by tiic use ot the same
number of figures if we make them
all nought. The winders-up of the insti
tution are eating up the assets of the de
funct thing, which are now leiluctd to
about $1,200,0011, at the rate of $100,000 a
year, and the depositors are not receiving
oue cent. Republican thieves are luxuriat
ing upon the money, while colored Repub
lican laborers are suflering for the want of
it. There is not the slightest probability
that a single dollar i f the remaining assets
will ever reach the depositors; and that all
protestations of sympathy that came from
Republican Contrres-men were the enit-glv-ings
of the sheerest hypocrisy is proven by
the fact that, although in full control of
both houses if Congress during a period of
four years after the failure, not a single Re
publican in mber introduced a bill for the
relief of the depositors, or the punishment
of the .scoundrels who stole and squandered
the money. But it'a ail right, we suppose.
The colored people don't complain. They
are the political slaves of the nineteenth
century, as they were the chattels of a
former era. The wl.ito element of the Re
publican party know this, and when appro-
priatins? to themselves all the spoils ef vic
tory, they never halt to innuire how the col
ored element will stand it. They know
that that e-h mc-.it will stand almost any-
mug, lor t;:ey nav? see i it tried in every
conceivable way, except under the. actual
smarting of the. lash; and if any political
advantages could be gained by it, they
would not hesitate a moment to subject the
blacks even to that indinltv.
For ingenious, unhesitating political
lian, commend us to the State of Louis
iana, and especially to the Republican
party eif that State. It actually seems as if
a politician's claims to prominence in Louis
iana, arc based upon his ability to manufac
ture and publish falscheiods. As matter in
point, we publish the following, which was
sent from Washington, as a special telegrapi
to the Chicago Times:
Every little while, .-ays the Times corres
pondent, as people begin to wonder what
ms become of the Potter committee, some
member of that uneasy Ixxly makes a dis
covery, and the Committee proceeds to
spend some more public money in adding a
new act to the monstrous farce. The latest
has been made by Mr. Jacob I). Cox. It
presents one St. Martin, gcrgcant-at-urms e.f
the Louisiana House of Representatives, in
the attitude eif an affiant that every erne of
the witnesses who recanted their testimony
to the bull-dozing in that State was hired
and paid for doing so by the Tildcn
managers. Conclusive proof eif this,
it is said, can be produced. This,
then, will furnish work for the Committee,
and a convenient excuse for further delay
in making up its report. There is no room
to doubt that St. Martin's affidavit can Ik-
corroborated by Louisiana witnesses that
are able to prove anything, if the compen
sation be sufficient. There is no more
reason to doubt that the witnesses were
hired by one party to repudiate their tcsti
timony given for the other than there is that
they were hired by the other oartv to iive-
. Rut in this particular instance interest
centers chiefly upon the question as to the
compensation Martin is to get for his part
in his latest development in the science of
liouisiana politics. It ought not to be very
urge, for nothing that he nor any either
Lemisiana politician may swear to can
hango the public conviction that Louisiana
politiedans of all varieties are the mejst ca
pable and prolific liars and perjurers on
THE RELIGION OF IMPULSE, NOT OF
For a week or more the ministers eif In
dianapolis have manifested a deep ctmccrn
for the salvation of the semis of the two
murderers who are soon to expiate their
crime em the gallows there. The sins of
the doomed men were as scarlet; but with
in the hist few days they profess to have re
ceived assurances from em high that the
records of their horrible crimes have been
Of these eleventh-hour repentances re
generations that are stoutly resisted until
all hope of escape has vanished -the crimi
nal records eif the country are full.
Lust summer a man mimed Fletcher was
hanged in Philadelphia, Ho had been an
uninitignted ruflhm from boyhood. Ills
"flcwe was a fair reflection of his charac
ter. I'udcr the guise ol'f. iendsbip he do-
Coy. . hid victim out of .hmrs, nnd while
through the heart. From that moient
until nil efforts at reprieve had failed he
maintained a spirit of bravado, at mi
time showing any signs of rejret
er contrition for the bloody crime be mid
committed. When he heard the sonnet of
preparation for hix execution, then, bulnot
before, did he commence "preparing his . carry with it into eternity the essential feat
soul for eternity."' lie passed through the ' ores which have distinguished it here-; and
usual routine, announced himself "mn- J those features, if bad, cannot Ik; changed
verted,'' and was. in so far as outward :tp I in a few hours or a few days. Religious
pearances were concerned, a saint. On he character is a plant of slow growth. It can-
scaffold he had no words of self accirsaton
tor the most utrociou and cowardly crine
he hml committed, but declared himself Ab
solutely certain that be was "the chosen of
God," and in that apparent frame eif mini
he swung from earth into eternity.
About the same time Adrian Everqiic aid
George Morris were hanged in the e ily if
New Orleans, the foiiuer for shooting a
companion, in the most deliberate and edd
bloodial manner, and the latter lor hewitg
his mistress to pieces with a butcher kni'e.
These men crowned t!i"ir Jii-iiili-.li lives with
the most atrocious cnincs known to e.ur !
laws, were wickedly 'leli. ml i!i to a tine
within five days eif execution, when tli v
experienced religion." and without mc
word eif sclf-acciNitioh for the' horrible
crimes they had committed, gloried in the;
certainty of future bliss.
To adopt the language if another, we
hardly need say that Fletcher, Morn- and
Evcrque, are not exceptions- tn the general
rule. Fully uine-tcnths eif the red handed
luman monsters who are hange-d, go
through the same process, and believe, or
affect to believe-, that they will swing from
the scaffold into the Christian's le aven. So
thoroughly and enthusiastically good and
pious do they become, C'li tin- vcrijc of
eternity, that it seems a iiitv that thevaiv
not reprieved at the la-t moment, that they
may live as shinni'ig examples for the imi
tation of their fellow creatures, rather than
be hurried into amithcr world by the hang
man s iHKse. !so common has tins sort ol
piety become that it is made the subjee t of
a jest, and provokes more laughter and con
tempt than anything cle. In short, pop
ular opinion regard these gallows conver
sions as a w retched sham, calculated tei elo
a great deul more harm than good, and
treats them accordingly.
Now we do not propose to dU iiss the
.scriptural texts which are employed in this
work, nor do we epie.stion the motive of
the devout men and women, who an.-engaged
in it. We simply eh-sire to examine
tnat work, very briefly, in the ligit of rea
son and common sense;. That there are
someiiiurdererswho sinceredy repent of their
crime, and would, if released, lead an alto
gether dull-rent life, we do not eloubt; but
we insist that there is not the slightest
ground for believing that the repentance of
the vast majority of murders is anything
more than a fraud, tn ut best a sflf-decep-tion.
We must entirely reconstruct eiiir
ideas ami experience of human nature t
believe that if Fletcher, Morris aa'd Evenpio
had been purdeuied at the last moment and
permitted to go free, they would have spent
the remainder of their lives in the service
of virtue, and been known thereafter as
law-abiding, pinycrtully-disptiscd citizens.
It is almost if not quite certain, they would
sooner ot later have resumed their eild
habits and associations, and finally landed
in the penitentiary, or on the fatal trap.
But it is not the criminals themselves who
are the most injured by the sudden-conversion
theory; it is society at large. The in
terests of the community eleinaml trot old,'
the punishment of homicide, but the tessei
ing of the number of homicides; and it is
tor this purpose we inflict the deuth penal
ty. Yet that penalty is deprived eif much
of its terror, and most of its efllcacy by the
industriously preached doctrine that the
red-handed assassin eran go straight to the
bosom of his God by professing belief in
what is termed "the scheme of salvation,"
and devoting his last days to religious ex
erciscs. There is always a chance tjiut
the murderer will not Im; ejaught; there
is always a chiince that) if cautrht
he will not be convicted; and
there is always a chance thateven if caught
ami convicted he will not be hanged. Now
by adding to these chances the comfortable
and comforting assurance that the munler-
cr, if he will avail himself of the ofi'ui's of
the church, can receive u passport to para
dise, we remove the most powerful restraint
upon the blood-sheelding propensity. The
feair of hell is stronger than the leur ttf
hemp, nnel it is only by combining fie one
with the other that we can hope to (heck
the htunieidal tendency, which, n this
country, at least, amounts to a national dis
ease. When the scafl'ohl is turnel into a
kind ef spiritual elevator, by which the
murelcrcr is lifh'd at tmce into evulnsti.tg
blessedness, a high premium is offired for
murder, und murder must incviuMv in-
crease and multiply,
The intelligent and thoughtful potion t f
mankind are beginning to realize.1 tint the
only sortol re-li'mii worth having In tltist
world und likely to be of benefit in he Wxt
is the religioi of principle, not of fusion;
the retliojon of reason, not of blind hltli;tlie
religion of week days, not of Slin'nv ex-
clusively; the religion which finds its ex
pression in the conduct, uud not merely iu
church going; the religion which is dis
played in health, and not generated by the
shadow'of death; the religion in which be
lief counts for little ami behavior counts for
much. If the soul is immortal it must
not shoot up like Jonah's gourd by any hot-
house process. It is an oak whose roeits
stretch eleep and wide, and whose branches
have been nursed by the storm and the sun
shine. The creed which ignores these fun
dameiital fae ts of all morality nnd ull rc
ligion by putting faith before practice, is
unworthy the respect eif sensible peeiple.
r.NCOVF.HING THE INDIAN BUREAU
The New York Sun tells some very
wholesome truths in its eliscussion eif the
Indian question; and the public will cer
tainly endorse its statement that the pend-
ing wrangle between Secretary Scbtirz and
Geni tal Sheridan, is not at all creditable to
either party. The; only good that can come
of it will be the unearthing of frauds and
evidences of official corruption that may ex
e ite tin- coming Democratic congress to a
rigid investigation e.f the manner in which
the Indian bureau has been conducted, w ith
the view of bringing the myriads eif offend
cis to desetved, but long delayed justice
Sheridan, the Sun thinks, has the best of
the wordy warfare, because, as the Indians
are now under civilian mismanagement, h
has the more imbecility and corruption to
expose: but were the case reversed and tin
army in control. Scluirz would shine pre
eminent. Seizing upon a sound but some
what carelessly jnit point in Sheridan's an
nual report, the liery Seliur. proposed to
use it for pinning that eiffieer against the
wall, as an awful warning to critics eif
Hayes' sacred Interior elepartineflt; but
Sheridan, declining to be thus pinned up to
dry, now skewers Se-hurz iu turn.
A epiarrel turning em the question
whether the Indian service- has been mis
managed, be-coines as one-sided as a elis
cussiein whether the sun shines. The In
dian service has tor years been hemey
coinbed with fraud. Gen. Sheridan jsiints
for illustration to the Standing Rock,
Cheyenne, Brule, Crow Creek. Red Cloud,
Fort Hall, and Speittcd Tail Agencies, and
to the cases of the Mandain, Aritkarees,
Gros Ventres, As.sinilioiiies, Piegans, Sheis
hones. BauniM'ks. Arapahoe?, Kiowus, Co
maiiches, Utes, and Apaches. And it will
not do for Mr. Se-hurz to say that corrup
tion ceased when Grant went out; for the
testimony of Lieut. Dougherty, a military
agent at Crow Creek, shows a re-cent "at
tempt to force upon him employees eif bad
character," besides a 'leiose and criminal
manner" of forwarding Indiun goods with
out bills of lading or invoices. The muddle
which Hayes made in the transfei eif Un
ited Cloud and Speitwd Tail Indians, while
supposing that be was emly cutting an im
pressive figure ns Great Father btifeirc a
visiting Sioux delegation, to the admiration
eif the lady guests of his household, is also
The virtuous indignation eif Mr. Se-hurz
was unculleil for. His own board of inquiry
reported to him last winter that "no bureau
eir eiflie-e of the; Government has afforded
more opportunity tor concealment of fraud
than the Indian Bureau and service."
They informed him that the business re
lation of the agent and trader, "us at pre
sent conducteel, is simply n license to un
agent nnd his proxy to cheat and swindle;
the Indians in the mimynfthc United Stab's
of America.'' They told him thut "eviden
ces have been numerous eif the accumu
lation of fortunes by persons in that ser
vice upon salaries that wouhl barely pro
vide for the necessurics of life." The re
sult they said, was that "the plundere.'d have
no recourse in law, anil year by year resort
to arms-the only logical recourse eif a bar
barous people-." This Ikinrd, therefore,
only soid long ago what Sheridan has re
cently said, putting the case, however, more
strongly, and with a totally elilferent array
of facts and figures, still metre damaging
than Sheridan's to the civilian Indian ser
vice. But the point in which the military men
are fatally weak in their assumption that
army control would remedy Indian wrongs.
There is no ground whutever for such an in
ference, and it is showing its fallacy that
Mr. Carl Schiiiv. is able to carry on with
cre-elit his side of the quarrel. What the
disclosures of imbecility und corruption
prove is tint the need of Indian Bureau
transfer, but the need of honest, capable
management, AVe iiiotc from the report of
Carl Schui's Hoard, already referred to:
"ItiMUliitlnnri preaerlbcil by Hie- I'rcililiMit for thei
miiuiikvintitit of liullnii iilt'iilrs nnd illroi'tliiint from
llie isi'erctiirv of the lalerlor n-i'in In linvn t il
alxullitcly la'conhiy to u fiill'oiiiplliilii r with Irjn
law, hat iiiiri-u'iiliitliina or dlieclloiK under tilt- slat-
utt-K huvu li.'i'h round by tliU lliinrel,''
They add (lint the Coiuiitlssli m-r's own
regulations had neither been rigidly en
forced rmr fully respee tcel. They tumid
statutes in plenty for a good Indian service,'
but they did not find a proper supply of
capacity or of common honesty. When
the rub? eif the people is restored at Wash
ington, the Indian service will be reformed
like nil the rest, and without any hocus
LOGAN FOR THE V. S. SENATE.
The Ciilrollallctln think General Lo-nn will bo
elected Vnlted State Senator in llllnoU. The wli-h
Ik not "father tn the lhous;l,t," hmtUi-r Mine?- I'a
it- . ...
vc (ton t know about that. Since it is
impossible to supply the nttuat m-i-ds of the
situation by the election of an able in.U ln.n
et De-moe rat like Ham Marshall, Josh Al
len or Jim llobinson, wcl.uve no special eib
jections to Logan. Ho i no more obnox
ions to us than any other Republican who
has the same rapacity tor political mischief,
unel personally we like Iigau lirst-rate.
Hence, since a Republican United States
Senator from Illinois has assumed the shape
of an inevitable infliction, we would, had
we the; power to determine the mutter,
name- Leigan as the man. Two-thirels of
the Republican rank and file seem to want
him, and as we intend to hold the i-.un v
responsible.- for his misdeeds, we hope the
want of tin- two-thirds will be gratified.
There, "old liuuiser," how eloyou like that?
Mow is the baby t is the question ejftcn
put to a mother, and many a answer conies,
thanks to Or. Bull's Baby Syrup much bet
Can't Pkkach Gxm. No man can do a
good job of. w ark. preach a good .senium,
try a law suit well, doctor a patient, or
write a ur'""l article when l.e feels misera
ble and dull with shi'.'gi-h brain and un
steady nerves, and m me shmtid make the
attempt in such a condition whe-n it can be
so easily and cheaply removed by a little
Hop Bitters. See' "Truth-" and "Proverbs"
Don't Bk Dkikivkm. Many persons say
"I have n't got tin- (Vn-uuiptiou" when
asked to cure their (V.'.gh with Shiloh's
Ceiusuinption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a reini'dy that wiil eure Con-ump-tion
will certainly ami -urely eure a
cough er any lung or throat trouble. We
know it w ill cure when all ethers fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we w ill re
fund the price paid if you receive no lieu
etit. Is not this a fair pro'ieisition. Price
lOcts. ,V its. and 41.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Buck or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 2'Jcts. For sale by
Barclay Brothe rs.
Wav will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
tnd liver complaint. ( Vn-tipntion. nnd gen
eral debility whe-n you can get at our stores
Shiloh's "syteiu Vitalizer which we sell on
a sisitivc guarantee to cure vou. Price
10e;N. mid 7 ) cts. For Kdn by Barclay
"IlAf'KMKTAe'K" u Kipuliir und fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
LEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Coiniiicrcial Avenue and Eighth Struct,
V. BFteiSS, President.
)'. NKKK. Vice I'n-nKciit.
II. W ELLS, fa-blur.
T. J. KK H I'll. AKiirUnt C'uMilT.
K. Urn, Cairo; William Kltiire. Cairo;
I'eter Neff, e alro; William Wolf. Cairo:
:. M. eHterlob. It I. lllllnih-v. St. Lonln;
K. liuder, Cairo: J. Y. (.leiiinin.'t'Hlei!ii,in.
AtiENKKAL IIANKINO BUSINESS DONE. Ex
change oU and bouiiht. Jnivrvkt paid In the
Kiiv!iiin Department, f ollwtloim teudo and all
himincHa promptly attended to.
rjpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. V. HALLWAY, I'roHldont,
It. L. HA I.I.I DA V, Vlce-I'rculdent.
WALT Kit HVHLOI'.CBHhlcr.
N. TAAT TATUlll, w. P. II A I.I.IDA V.
IIKNItV I,. IIAI.MOAV, II. II, CCNSIMIIUM.
O, I). WII.I.MJHOS, HTKl'IIKN HI II I),
II. II. CANllkK.
Exehunji'c, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND ISOLD.
Di'tmslt received and a eenernl baiikliii; himl
JNTEKPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
(liartereil Slari'li III, lllllii.
OKKlCfc IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
Cu lr, IUIikiIh.
INTKItKHT paid on ilepo.lii. Mit, IM nail Sep.
tcmlicr 1st. Intercut not n ln,,iw.,. n i mhleil lm.
incillniel.v tie tin- rlucp.i of n,u (ei'ii . thereby
Hiving Un in ami pou ml Itiieux.
tfTlillilroiuuul married wmio'ii nin.v uYonII
iiihiik.v and no one die can ilravv It.
WALTER HVHLOP, Thkahiulh.
DYKING AND ( LEANING.
JJLACK CRAPE VEILS,
NO MATTER HOW OLD. IIl'STV OH FADED,
Ke-Dyed ami Dressed Kqual to New
KVHTON Ac CO.,
4C1 WEST I'OTKTH MTHEET. CINCINNATI.
Itrordern or Ihreu yanU or t rape or unnaid
returned rant of xhhk fiikiuht.
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--K)t)-li-. Asfpoiuiti lm-. Hull A cu. Iluda.. a,
10 I'Ol'tl'Jl tS('K. ".L.Vr MEN AND
yr 1 lUllelll i, ;, sct,V ..Ku
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I specially rei-om- .
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The Speellli: Medli-lne Is sold bv all druggist at
ft p'-r package, or six pin kuge for JV or will bn
sent by liiiiil oil receipt ot Ibe monev bv adtlieHsiHL'
TIIK lillAY .MKDK'INK cel..
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by Druggist everywhere.
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IN THE WOULD,
A siil'e aiitl reliable substi
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Poisoning, being 11 preventa
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limienr, iniermmenT r evers,
Kidney Conmlniut, Dyspcpsin
and (Jeneral Debilitv:'tlic best
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systems. Price 25 cents ber
box. Fimiily boxes $1, 01). Sold
) , Di-i.risK Mailed on.re
cci; f oi' p." e.
D' MH'" ", ',' HiM'Ki. Hri.itKT. Kkw
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., do ..ten .
soblbv HAIICI.W lilit'S., PAUL (i. SCIlt j,
DniKglnis, Cairo ill,