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M.B. Harrell, Editor.
Neither Mr. Crawford nor Mr. Mc
Cartney received the support of the Green
backers; aDd outside of Franklin county
where Mr. C. fell about 200 votes behind
his ticket, Mcssers. C. and McC, represent
the Republican and Dcnioctatic votes, more
nearly than any other candidates in the
field. And taking the votes thrown for
these men as indicative of the relative
strength of the two parties, what is tho re
suit! The official figures give Crawfor l
8,620 votes and McCartney 8,203. Here
then, leaving tho 200 votes of Franklin
county out ot tho question, Crawford's
mninrifv in 417 votes. If it is
argued that Crawford ran ahead
of his ticket in several localities,
it can be urged as a neutralizer of that
fact, that McCartney received 200 more
votes in Massac county than his party
could give to him, or any other man
Hence, it is fair to assume that, judging
from the best lights affyrded us by tho late
election, tbo district is unquestionably
Democratic, the contest between Judges
' Mulkey and Green, tho Greenbackers, as a
rule, voted for Green; consequently the
vote thrown for those gentlemen docs not
furnish a safe indication of tho strength of
the two parties.
THE FACTS DEVELOPING THEM
SELVES. The Benton Standard, in explanation of
tho largo vote thrown for Browning in
Franklin county, says:
"On Saturday a letter from a prominent Democrat
in Cairo waa reported to be on hand. Hating that
Lansden's friends were intending to "go buck" on
Browning. Runners went out over tho conuty
Saturday night, carrying the news, and on Monday
morning the Democratic party began to cant one
Tote for Browning and somo for Baker and Har
icot. A number of men who believed In an honest
Democracy, and who bad faith enough in their own
party to believo that the report, one and all, wcro
false, stood by tbo polla in the vorioua prccluts and
did what they could for a straight vote; but the
Cairo gentleman' letter could not be got over the
current could not be checked-nntll Judt,e Brown
ing came borne on the noon train . He at once pro
nounced the report! to bo false; laid the Democrats
of the district were voting honestly; and, as fares
he was able, stopped thecuttlngon tho ticket."
Granting that the Cairo letter was writ
ten, it does not explain the faithlessness
of Franklin county Democrats to Crawford,
nor does it justify the Democratic support
given to Baker and Harker. Cairo Demo
crats not "3Ir. Lansden's friends,"
scratched all the Democratic candidates in
Mr. Baker's favor, Mr. Lansden being
scratched with the others. Mr. Browning
being comparative atranger.wai scratched
oftencat, as Mr. Lansden ra in Franklin
We are glad to bo assured that Judge
Browning was not cognizant of the
"cutting process" that' encompassed
Judge Crawford's defeat; but
that a single loiter written on the eve of
the e'.cctiop, and at an hour too late to
admit of denial should cause' from 600 to
8)0 Democratic voters to scratch two of
the nominees, and concentrato tho entire
strength of the party on the third, is ac
assertion the Democrats of the District will
be slow to believe. It seems to us that
Democrats, concerned for the success of
the ticket, would not have mounted horses
sod ridden all night to spread a report
- damaging to two of the candidates; but
would have telegraphed to a reliable friend
Jiare, tad ascertained if this allegations of
tho letter were true. But, enough. We
have glass roof over our own bends, and
, an not in a condition, therefor?, to invite
m tout at dornick flinging.
in to "the pace occupied, at above raws-there be
Idi twelve line of solid type to the inch.
To regular advcrtloer we offer superior Induce
mintaVfoth as to rak-s of charges and manner of
From Carlyl'i French Revolution.
Amid this dire ferment history specially
notices ono thing: In tho lobby of the
Mansion do lTntendonco, where busy Dep
uties are coming and going, . young lady,
with an aged valet, is taking graceful leave
of Deputy Barbarous. She is of a stately
Norman figure, in her twenty-fifth year, of
beautiful still countenance. Her name is
Charlotte Corday. Bnrbaroux Iibb given
her a ncto Deputy Duperct him who once I
drew his sword in the olTcrvoMrnce. Ap-!
parantly she will go to Taris on some er
rand? "She was a Republican before the
Revolution and never wanted energy." A
completeness, a decision is in this fuir fe
male figure. By energy sho means "tho
spirit that will prompt one to sacrifice him
self for his country."
What if she, this fair Charlotte, had
emerged from secluded stillness, suddenly,
like a star; cruel-lovely, with half-angelic,
half-demoninc splendor; to gleam for a
moment and then for a moment bo extin
fmiciind . tn Im nA in mnmorv. so briirht.
complete, was she, through long centuries?
Quitting Cimmerian coalitions wnnoui, ami
dim-simmering twenty-five millions within,
hiBtory will look fixedly at.this ono fair ap
parition of a Charlotte Corday; will note
whither Charlotte moves; how the little life
burns lorth so radiaut, then vanishes,
swallowed by the night.
With Bnrbaroux's note ot introduction
and a slight stock of luggage -we seo
Charlotte on Tuesday, the 0th of July,
seated in tlio diligenco with a place for
Paris. None takes farewell ot ner or
wishes her a good journey. Her latner
will find a line left signifying
that sho has gone to England; that
ho must pardon her and forget her. The
drowsy diligence lumbers aiong amiu
drowsy talk of politics and praise of the
mountain, in which sho mingles not, all
night, all day, and again all nigtit. un
Thursday, not long before noon, we are at
the bridge of JNeuilly. Here is rans, wuu
her thousand black domes and goal and
purpose of thy journey. Arrived at the Inn
do la TroviUence, in the itue ues v ieux Au
gustus. Charlotte demands a room, Hastens
to bed, leeps all afternoon aml'iight till tho
On the morrow morning she delivers
her note to Dupert. It relates to certain
family papers which are in the Minister of
the Interior s hands, whicU a nun, an out
convent friend of Charlotte's, has need of,
which Dunert shall assist her in getting
This then was Charlotte's errand to Paris?
She had finished in the course of Friday,
vnt s.ivs nothing of returning. She has
seen and silently investigated several
things. The Convention in bodily reality
she has seen: what tho mountain is like
The living phsiognomy of Mnrat she could
not see; ho is sick at present ana connnea at
About eicrht o'clock on Saturday morn
inc. 6hc purchases a larire sheath knife in
the Palias Roval: then straightway in tho
Place des Victoires take a hackney coach :
"To tho Rue do TEeole do Medicine, No
44." It is the residence of the Citoyen
Tho citoyen Marat is ill, and cannot be
seen, which seems to disappoint her much.
Her business is with Marat then? Hapless
beautiful Carlotte; hapless squalid MaTat!
From Caen in the utmost West from Neu-
chatel. in the utmost east they two arc
drawing nigh each other they two have,
very strangely, business together. Char
lotte, returning to her inn, dispatches a
short noto to Marat, signifying that she is
from Caen, the sent of the rebellion ; that
she desires earnestly to see him, and put it
into his power to do France n great service.
No answer. Charlotte writes another note
still more pressing, sets out with it by
ccach about seven in the evening lierselt.
It is a yellow July evening, we say, the
loth of tho month; even of the Bastile day,
when M. Marat four years ago in the crowd
of the Pont Neuef, "shrewdly required of
that Bcsuuval Ilussnr party which had such
friendly dispositions, "to dismount and
give up their arms then;" and became no
table among patriot men. Four years,
what a road he has traveled, and Bits now,
about have-past seven of the clock, stewing
in slipper bath; sore afflicted; ill of revo
lution fever of what other malady this
history had rather not name. Excessively
sick and worn, poor, with precisely eleven
pence half penny of ready money in paper
with slipper bath, strong three-footed stool
for writing on tho while, and a squallid
washerwoman, one may call her that ishis
civic establishment in Medical School street:
thither and not elsewhere has his road
led him. Not to the reign of brother
hood and perfect felicity; yet surely on
the way toward that? Hark, a rap again.
A musical woman's voice refusing to be re
jected; it is tne uwyennc who would do
France a service. Marat, recognizing from
within, cries, "Admit her." Charlotte
Corday is admitted.
"Citoyenne Marat, I from Caen, tho seat
of the rebellion, and wish to speak with
"Bo seated, mon enfant. Now what are
the traitors doing at Caen?" What Dep
uties are at Caen?" Charlotte names some
"Their heads shall tall within n fort
night," croaks tho People's Friend, clutch
ing his tables to write. "Barbaroux, Pe
tiou, writes he with bare, shrunk arm,
turning aside in the bath; Petiou, and
Louvet, and . Charlotte 1ms drawn
her knife from the sheath, plunges it, with
one sure stroke, into the writer's heart.
"Moi, cher ami 1 Help, dear I" No more
could the Death-choked say or shriek.
The helpfu! washerwoman running in there
sees no Friend of the People or friend of
tho washerwoman lett; but his life with a
groan gushes out, indignant, to the shades
And so Marat's People's-Friend is ended;
the lone Stylites has got whirled down
suddenly from his Pillar whitherward, He
that made him knows.
As for Charlotte Corday, her work is ac
complished ; the recompense of it is sure.
The chere ami and neighbors of the house,
flying at her, she overturns some movables,
intreuches herself till tho gendarmes ar
rive; sho quietly surrenders; goes quietly to
the Abbaye Prison; she alone quiet, all
Paris sounding in wonder. In rago or ad
miration, round her. On Wednesday morn
ing tho thronged Palais do Juntice and
llevoluionary Tribunal can see her face,
beautiful and calm. She dates it, "tourth
day of the preparation of peace." A strange
murmur ran through the hall nt the sight
of her; you could not lay of what charac
ter. Tinville has his indictments and tape
papers; the cutler of the Palais Roval will
testify that he sold her the Bheath-knife.
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
ti in .lotnila are useless," interrupted
Sit b I that killed
Marat" "By whose instiga
tion?" "By no one's." "What
tempted you then?" "His crimes. I kill
ed one man," said sho, raising her voice
extremely as they went on with their ques
tions, "I killed ono man to save an hun
dred thousand; a villian to save innocents;
n vn(rn wild beast, to rive repose to my
r-nuntrv. I was a Republican before the
revolution ; I never wanted energy." There
is, therefore, nothing to bo said, ine pub
lic gazes astonished; the hasty limners
sketch her features, Charlotte not disap
proving. The men of law proceed with
tneir lormaiineB. au uuuui uvum na
murderess. To her advocate she. gives
thanks in centlo praise; in high-flown, clas
sical spirit. To the priest they send her she
gives thanks, but needs not any shrivering,
any ghostly or otlicr aid iroin mm.
On tho same evening, therefore, about
half-past seven o'clock, from the gate ot
tho Conciergerie, to a city all on tiptoe, tho
fatal cart issues; seated on it a fair young
creature, sheeted in the red smock of the
murderess; so beautiful, serene, so full of
life, journeying toward death alone amid
the world. Many take off their hats, sa
luting reverently, tor wliat Heart must not
bo touched? Others growl and howl.
Adam Lux, of Mcnty, declares tli!t she is
greater than Brutus; that it were beautiful
to die with her; the head of this young
man seemed turned. At the Place do la
Revolution the countenanco of Char
lotte wears the same still smile.
Tho executioner proceed to bind her
feet, she resists, thinking it meant as an
insult; on a word of explanation she sub
mits with cheerful apology. As the last
acts, all being now ready, they take the
neckercheif from her neck. A blush ot
maidenly shame overspreads that fuir face
and neck. The cheeks were still tinged
with it when the executioner lifted the sev
ered head to show it the people.
This was the history of Charlotte Corday;
most definite, most complete, angel-demo
nee, like a star 1 Adam Lux goes homo
half desirious to pour forth his apotheosis
of her, in paper and print, to propose. that
she have a statue with this inscription:
"Greater than Brutus." Friends represent
his danger, but Lux is reckless and thinks
it were beautiful to die with her.
TnE sTOM.vcn cannot be freighted with
greater trash than a violent drastic purga
tive. True, such a medicine relieves con
stipation for the time, but at the expense
great injurj to the intestinal canal, which
it both inflames and weakens, thus unfitting
it for the performance of its proper func
tions. Widely different is the action of
Hostctter s Stomach Bitters, atonic aperi
ent which produces effects prompt, indeed,
but never violent and convulsing. The
purity of its botanic ingredients, its unob
jectionable flavor, its genial influence upon
the mind, and the thoroughness of its rem
edial action in cases of constipation, liver
complaint and dyspepsia, combine to ren
der it a most desirable family specific. It
increases both physical vigor and substance,
tranquilizes and invigorates the nervous
system, and gives an unwonted relish for
the food. A wineglass three times daily is
about the average dose.
AvnTHEit Savings Bank irone un! This
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has been said so often of late, that people
are beginning to loon lor saier investments
for their surplus cash. Any man who has
2."i rts. to invest cannot do better than buv
a Imv of Moti's I.irer Fills, for thev never
fail Always keep them in the house.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption ami
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough' or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in'it is so positive tint we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. 50cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Platter. Price 23 cts. For sule by
Why will you sutler with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytom Vitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
10 cts. and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
"II ack.met.u k"' a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers,
"Whitiieu are you bound;" asked John
Moor, as Ire stood in the door-way of his es
tablishment, and saw hU old friend Sam
Rodgcrs walking slowly past. Tho latter,
with sunken eyes ami palid visage, bearing
evidence of disease, hastened to reply:
"I have long suffered all the horrors arising
from an inactive liver, and nm going to the
office of Dr. Slow to seek relief." "Do uo
such thing," said his friend, "when you
can buy a bottle of Portaline, or Ta bier's
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liver," For sale by Barclay Bros.
When the hand ot disease ;s laid heavily
upon us, robbing life of all its pleasures,
Anything that will afford relief is gladly
welcomed. Sickness is no li-lit allliction,
and that form of it known ns Piles, or Hem
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Tabler's Buckcyo Pile Ointment, which
never fails when used according to dircc.
tions. Price 50 cents a bottle. Tor sale by
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