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If it bo true, as stated, that a Michigan
pTcachcr prayed to the Almighty to paly
the hand ot every man who voted against
prohibition, and to palsy the tongue of every
man who argued against it, that minister
ought to be kicked back in the world about
300 years lie belongs to the era when the
clergy enforced conviction with rack, fag
got, head-band and thumb-screw.
THE ISSUE JOINED.
The plan for future action decidctl in
by the joint Democratic congressional cau
cus, is little mors than the culmination of
parry stupidity. The Democratic majority
in Congress has exhausted all constitutional
methods in its efforts to repeal the law au
thorizing the use of soldiers at the polls
and the appointment of election supervis
ors and deputy marshals, and has tailed.
Now, acting under the delusion that the
President will do indirectly that which ho
be has refused to do directly, the joint cau
cus proposes to attach a proviso to the
Army appropriation bill that no part of the
money appropriated shall be used to pay
soldiers for keeping the peace at the polls;
and to attach a proviso to the Legislative
and Judicial appropriation bill that no part
of the money shall bo used to pa7 Fed
eral election supervisors or deputy
United States Marshals. Of course
the President will veto both bills
on the ground that the provisos sus
pend the operation of tho law authorizing
the use of soldiers, marshals and supervis
ors, and have all the effect of a temporary
repeal. The dullest member of Congress
can scarcely fail to foresee such a result,
and foreseeing it, to persist in bringing it
about, is little less than a wanton waste of
time and money. Tho isbucs between the
President and tho majority in Congress are
already sharply defined, and the majority
can, it it will "quit fooling," safely go be
fore the country on those issues. They are
Shall unscrupulous and rascally politic
ians have power, through the President, to
surround our voting places with Federal
Shall rascally and unscrupulous politi
cians, through equally rascally and unscrup
ulous election Supervisors, have tho power
to reverse the decision of the majority, by
the exercise of an authority from which
there is no appeal?
And, thirdly, shall the ex-convicts,
thieves, ruffians and shoulder
Litters of oar large cities, selected as deputy
U. S. Marshals because of their conscience
less villiany, have the right to ariest hun
dreds and thousands of citizens without
warrant, without cause, and hold them in
confinement, fur no other purpose than to
keep them from voting against the candi
dates of the party in whose behalf the
Marshals aforesaid may be operating?
Upon these issues, we repeat, the Demo
cracy can well afford to go before the coun
try. These arc plain propositions, ami no
man is so thick-skulled that he cannot com
prehend them. The Republican gush
bout st: en;t!iening tlie States at the ex
pense of the nation, will not divert the
minds of honest mta from tho real facts.
The Democratic party is simply contending
tot tho rights and lib. -My of tho citizen.
The Republican party has no higher or no.
blcr aim than continued ascendancy, utterly
rejraruleas of the meant that shall maintain
it. Having brought matters to such an is
sue the Democratic majority should, with
out farther ado, past the several npptopria
tkm bills, adjourn and appeal to the pco
jk. ' " ':'!; -
TWO JOHNNY REUS.
AN EXCITIXO ADVENTURE AT NIGHT HOW
THEY SECURED DORSES FROM THE ENEMY,
WERE CAPTURED BY THE YANKEES AND
ESCAPED AFTER A BREAK-NECK RACE
RUNNING THE GAUNTLET OK FEDERAL
BULLETS ONE OF THE BKK1E8T LIES OUT.
(.'apt. Jouu Scott lu the Philadelphia Weekly
A division of federal cavalry, returning
from a raid in tho direction of Gordonsvillo
encamped for tho niglit in and afound War
renton, Va. Richard Lewis, Ed. O'Brien
(of Mosby's command) and Channing Smith
started to meet them, hoping by keeping
near their lino of march to pick up a few
stragglers and securo a remount for them
selves, their horses being badly in need of
rest. A heavy sleet covered tho earth with
a solid armor of ice. so thick that a man
could skato upon it, while a dense fog shut
out from view objects at a distance of a hun
dred yards. Hearing the adyanco of cav
alry they posted themselves near tho road
from Warrcnton to Bethel, and could hear
the men laughing and talking. Soon they
were discovered ana a snower 01 Duuew
whistled harmlessly over their heads. Then
began an exciting steeplechase in which
the scouts outdistanced their pursuers, wno
gave up tne pursuit in uisgust
Thinking tho command had pretty
well passed, they again struck down
tho road and soon came face to
face with four or five Yankees leading two
horses. Gobblinc them un. they were turn
ed over to O.Brien to carry to the rear, and
Lewis and ennui galloped on down tno
rood. About three miles from Warrenton
they met three cavalrymen finally mounted,
one of whom was a negro. At first they
showed fight, but the scouts dashing upon
them and firing as they drew near, they
turned and ran for a milo over tho hills,
across the tho fields, sweeping over ditches
and fences, their horses feet ringing upon
the ice-bound earth. Hurrah ! 1 hey are
gaining upon them. See their horses be
trin to show signs of fatigue, their sides
heaving, nostrils expanded, and in vain
did their riders belabor them. Smith shout
ed to the nesro to halt, that ho did not
want to to kill him, and at every step gain
ing upon mm, while Lewis was rapidly
overtaking the other two. At a distance of
about two feet Smith fired shot . after shot
but still the negro kept on, though repeat
edly struck. Just as he was overtaken, and
his pursuer had reached out his hand to
take his horse by the bridle the animal
slipped on the ice, breaking the girth and
rolling in a heap. Scrambling to his feet
just as the negro rolled, mortally wounded
into a swamp, Smith saw others
disappearing over the hills,
and Lewis riding back toward him, think
ing him badly hurt by his tall. Saddling
up and securing tho captured horse, a beau
tiful sorrel mare, they again started in pur
suit. At Mai. Saunders house, near Chest
nut park, they discovered two blue-coated
cavalrymen in front of them on tho other
side of a pair of bars. A demand for sur
render was met by an oath and pistol shot,
While pulling down the bars a bullet
passed through the nock of Lewis' horse,
and the scouts "went at 'em." As the man
turned to fly Lewis captured him, but the
other made his escape after Smith had
emptied his pistol at him. Just then 100
cavalrymen were seen approaching.
Having turned over the two prisoners the
two rebs rode in the direction of Lewis'
house, onlv half satisfied with their spoils
seven horses, three others having escaped
when seemingly within their clutches.
Arriving at Cedar Hill, they were cordially
welcomed by the family and gladdened by
the sight of several young ladies who had
assembled tor a danco with their rebel
friends. Tho tamily had a long list of
wrongs to recite, for the federal cavalry had
passed by the house during the day, had
searched it, plundered it, eaten up the
Christmas dinner and drank the brandy. The
scouts bemoaned their hard lute, which
proved not so bad after all, for the kind
hostess had saved enough to make them
comfortable, including material for au old
fashioned apple toddy, and they were soon
seated around a huge Christmas fire, which
roared and crackled in the open fire-place,
occasionally sending a shower of sparks
among the merry group, making tho girls
scream as they shook them from their home
spun dresses, symbols of the spirit which
inspired them to bear all privations lor the
sake of the cause which their friends had
espoused. Merrily talking and singing,
with occasional whispers of fond devotion,
the hours Hew swiftly by until the clock
struck twelve. With a good-night glass,
perhaps more than one for each fair lassie,
tho scouts retired aud were soon dreaming.
A NIGHT ADVENTURE.
About three o'clock the scouts were
awakened by violent knocking at all the
doors, accompanied by a demand to liavo
them opened or they would' be broken
down. "The Yankees have surrounded
the house, Dick," exclaimed Channing,
springing nut of bed. Hurrying on their
clothes they threw a number of pistols un
der the bed, and taking one with
them, stepped to the window to listen. The
night was dark, but they soon found that a
large force was in the yard and at every
door cutting off nil chance of escape from
below. The window of their room opened
upon the roof of a porch, and they concluded
they might possibly escape by getting out
upon it aud lv lying cloeo to the house in
order to avoid detection. Noislessly raising
the window they stepped upon the roof,
which, being covered with sleet, crackled
beneath their tread, revealing their pres
ence to tho enemy below. Click click,
went innumerable carbines and revolvers,
and "surrender, yon d d rebel; if we hear
you move you are a dead man," was yellep
from below. Smith, in response, threw them
his pistol, and n scramble ensued for it. In
fie meantime an officer had entered the
bed-room, and stepping back into it the
confederates yielded themselves prisoners
t ) the Eighth Illinois cavalry. Descending
tho steps, they entered tho room
which but throe hours before hul eclioed
with mirth and frolic, where they found
tho ladies assembled the mother and sis
tors of Lewis being in tears. "Well, gentle
men.' said Lewis, "it wins cruel to so
rudely awaken us from our sweet dreants
to go nut into tho cold night nir, but such
is the fortune of war;" and bidding n sad
adieu, tho scout9 followed their captors into
the yard. To their surprise and joy tho two
scouts found their own horses saddled ami
prepared for their use. Their hearts leaped
to their mouths, for already they felt free
both horses being.remarkable for speed and
bottom. Concealing their delight how.
eyer, Smith said, "Can't snmeof you Yanks
give me a spur to gouge along this old rip?
It is a broken-down how. left, behind hv
J ome of your cavalry.." No one responded,
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
and he then begged some ono from tho
house to bring him ono. Arriving
at tho barn they . discovered
several companies who had re
mained there whilo their comrades on foot
had surrounded tho house. Tho prisoners
were placed about tho centre of the column
and a man was ordered to ride on cither
sido of thorn to prevent escape. After they
had ridden about a quarter of a mile a
Yankeo reached over und said to Smith:
"Johnny, let's swap hats," and before he
could reply it was jerked from his head and
a ragged one clapped on in its place. The
6cout protested against tho indignity, and
said he wouldn't do them sol But in the
meanwhile had made up his mind to escape
and that right speedily. Bo alter passing
Little Georgetown and getting opposite
n large field ho struck his horse witli his
heel, who bounded off like a rocket, his ri
der exclaiming, "Good night," and, flying
toward the mountains, was followed by a
scoro of random shots and curses
WITHIN AN INCH OF HIS LIFE.
Gaining rapidly upon tho pursuers, scud
ding across a field, he came suddenly upon
a broad open ditch. His horso slipped up
on the glassy ice-coyered ground and roll
ed over, almost crushing his rider. Fortu
nately ho held to tho bridle, bnt it was
some time before lie could remount. In tho
mean time the gallant Eighth had almost
gotten up but Smith putting his horse at
an easy gallop, was soon out of sight, and
in half an hour once more at Cedar Hill.
To discover if tho coast was clear he whis
tled softly an air which had been agreed
upon as a signal in their midnight scouts
and soon the the door was opened and
heads peered out into tho darkness. Call
ing in a low tone they soon came crowding
around with joyful- congratulations. But
their joy was mingled with sorrow, for a
son and brother was still in the hands of tho
enemy. Feeling confident that Lewis would
manage to escape, his companion did what
ho could to comfort them, and sure enough,
in two hours lie rejoined his family and
gave this account of himself: "When Smith
bolted from the column Lewis was told that
he would be shot if he moved. But he as
sured his captors that he was too badly crip
pled to attempt anything of the sort, having
had his knee-cap shattered by a minnie
ball in the Wilderness. They then started,
with two men riding by him with their pis
tols drawn to shoot if he mado the slightest
movement that looked to escape. The col
umn proceeded toward the plains and the
Manassas railroad, and upon crossing Broad
Run turned to the right toward Hopewell
Gap. Watching his opportunity, Lewis
spurred suddenly to the left and before they
realized the 'situation' was fiftv vards away
moving at a speed of 1 :45. Suddenly his
horse floundered up to the saddle-girth in
the mud, vainly struggling to extricate
nimsell. r inding he would be caught,
with wonderful agility tor a cripple, Lewis
rolled off and laid down in the bushes on
the edge of the stream. The horse, re
lieved of his weight, struggled out and flew
up the railroad. Terrified by the rattling
volleys fired after him, after ho distanced
his pursuers who, of course, thought his
rider was on him, and did ot halt until
safe upon Pignut mountain, where he was
found a few hours later, none the worse for
his exciting race."
Shortly after this adventure Channing
Smith was tendered a commission in Mos
by's battalion of Partizan Rangers, where
he served to the close ot the war.
Deal GENTLY with the stomach. It
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I the renlt of n life tiidyaiid manvvonr of ex.
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, A ftill tad completo Mtpply of tn oit of til
klndimvttt olwyi on hand. ,.
REQUIRING SO OIL, THINNER OR DRVfcK.
much Ilnnd.unier and Chrnpcr and to lact T'k ii
having ttnt-d the came njn-ak hlthly of ItH diiraWHtv
Junt a you rcpreoetit. There can he no ix-tter taint
once w ill purely uo to apim. You have privi! ti
cil M.KANT A (ili U'F
YOifiv KXAMEh PAl.N'I' l ' )..
178 Prince .street, New Yor
Dryers and Gloss Oil.
cquu! in the market.
AHK THE J.3EST,
AKE THE BEST
- i - iimp ciniiiiv ii ine owei price. n wo hnvfnr
uunlm-M uwl give the uuc personal I attention
time. Soliciting your order we reixain,
ENAMEL FA I N'T & VARNISH CO.
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR.
joiin a. roon,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Wahlni;tou and Walnut.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses by tire
or otherwise made on short notice.
A th work IntriiM'ed to him will receive prompt
attention, and will be executed In a nit. ".factory
HOOTS AND SHOES.
.Manufacturer and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Findings'
No. DO Commercial Avo., llet. Fifth and Sixth Stg.
Kerpi f onttnptly on hand a larso Mortr.iont of
(Junta nnil l.nilliiu ll....- kjl.-.. .... . .
i I J i ... nilin-a ill mi mcn
Mil.!,i!i,"h i tho very het of St. LouU anil
v.. k .r li ""i,a;n""le wnrks oia rhpopor than
Ulned In thl city. n 09 "
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Findlou! of all d!crptlon, loUvorr clow.