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OmCUL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COO'TT.
E. A. Burnett, PnMiiher.
M.B. Harrell. Editor.
THAT "ANONYMOUS MEMORIAL,"
In dealing with Dr. Robarts circular, is
sued in answer to tte j.vuu'.eJ memorial
which we gave to oar readers several days
ago, we accepted his statements as lacs.
never dreaming that a cvttleman of Lis
standing could be driven to misreprteU'
tioa. But since then new hght Lasbrokci
in upon our mesial vision, and we cocffs
ourselves utterly duaifounded at wLit it
Dr. Robarts ia his answer, assumed tLat
the "memorial"1 had been written by ac
irresponsible stranger, was anonymous, and
contained at best, but the dregs of gossip.
etc. It now appears from the starcoitst of
Judge North, that the memorial, instead of
being anonymous, and the work of aa ir
responsible stranger, was signed by a large
majority of the leading citizens of Carbon
dale, the Hon. W. J. Allen, Judge A. D.
Duff, Hon. W. A. Lemma, Hon. W. H.
Woodward, Hon. S. E. North among the
rest, and altogether more than one hundred
citizens of established characters and in
fluence. What does the reader think of
this, for an "anonymous communication?"
Dr. Rolarts further dec-land that a ma
jority of the employes were not members of
the Methodist church, and named as among
the teachers only seven Methodists, seekiag
thereby to leave the impression upon the
public mind that there were "those seven
and no more." But inquiry has disclosed
the presence of twelve Methodists amoi g
the twenty-one employes ot the school,
leaving only nine to represent all oihcr
classes and denominations. The nanus
given are as follows :
Faculty Prof. Al'.yn, president, Met'.io
tlint; Prof. Jerome, vice-president, Met io
dist; Prof. Hillman, secretary, Method.st;
Prof. Parkinson, Methodist; Miss Finley.
Methodist; Miss Sheppard, Methodist;
Prof. Brownlee, no church; Captain Spen
cer, no church; Miss Canady, no church ;
Prof. French, Baptist ; Miss Buck, Baptist;
Prof. Thomas, Lutheran ; Trof. Foster, Con
gregationalism Prof. Hull, Presbyterian.
Trustees Mr. Ridgway, Presbyterian;
Mr. Ribarts, Methodist; Mr. Russell,
Methodist; Mr. Phillips, Methodist; Mr.
Treasurer Mr. Bridges, Methodist.
J anitor Mr. .J aracy, Methodist.
And again Dr. Robarts' circular (which
we have not at hand) leaves the impression
that the normal department of the school
has averaged over two hundred pupils. The
catalogues of the institution, which are
auppoBcd to tnalte the be poMiUe riiowlng
consistent with truth, show that during the
first year there were of normal and spec'ud
pupils, 182, third year 112, fourth year
107, and these were tho years
when tho attendance was largest
And among these (be it said to the dig.
grace of the management) are t le names of
pupils in the lower depsrtment-t, who were
accredited to counties they never saw, to
ave tuition to their parent-the object bo-
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uiif iu uu-cirver tniugTor favorites,
and unduly swell the catalogue of normal
students! To stigmati such a procccj.
Ingu shameful, is to d.sl with it more
gently than it deserves.
And, finally Dr. Robarts' very positive
abortion that the Southern Illinois Normal
had sent 622 teachers into the tchools of
tin State, appear to be mere guess work
rl in view of his other statements, which
J ido North baa shown to be reckless,
will 1)0 Riven little 1 weight. Tho Dwtojf
offer no proof to uustain liis assertion ;
doei not pretend that he is able to give
names, dates and places; and Judge North
defies him to give the 'names of, not 023
9. 1. Normal graduates who have taught,
hut of only 150. It really seems to us that
In quite all his "material allegations"
tho Docter has not only been "driven to tho
wall" by the Judge, but entirely through
And now what is to be done I When the
leading citizens and property holders liv
ing almost under the shadow of the insti
tution, declare over their own signatures
that the Southern Illinos Normal is a fail
ure, because of sectarian influences und
mismanagement; and when the man who
assumes to champion its cause is driven to
the use of statements that will not bear the
ordeal of examination or the tests of truth,
it does seem to us, that it is time for the
people to demand a close and rigid investi
gation, with a view to the ascertainment of
the truth, and a prompt correction of the
evils the investigation may disclose. This
seem, to be the demand of the present.
The demand ot the early future is, that the
Legislature withhold supplies, and entrust
the education of our are-to-to-be educators
to private institutions, altogether.
THE CHILDREN OF EDWARD.
TRANSLATED FROM THE FRESC1I.
Durinzthe davs ot June, 1543, on a
splendid morning, when the sun shone forth
in a.l his briiuancy, a barge, r.ctuy decora
ted, emblazoned with the arms of England,
and half enclosed by silken hangings,
slowly descended the course of the Thames.
After having passed, amid the acclamations
of the people crowded on the banks of the
river, the distance between Westminister
and the Tower of London, the yacht stopped
near that Mate Prison; and its curtains
beisg opened, two individuals, whose sta
tions one would divine frc-n the spies i r
of their habits, asd the respect which sur
rounded tliem. landed and asces ied the
steps which ltd to the eztrinc: ot tie
E-jual in risk, tie noble ;rv'ssces c'-
terel in their appeirasce a rrrfect coctriit :
asd no one, to se them, would hire sus
pected they were cS the sine rioe. aad the
:ne b'.x-i coursed tiroirh tleir Ttiis.
The oldest tad seen aVi:t tLirty-Sve yeirs.
stranwiy pre-e-i icuier, uixiiuri ui- j
simmulation and cruelty, and the smile,
whKh at cnies animated Lis crunteaasce,
showed but a passing knevolence.
On the contrarr, the vounger of the two
who.was still a child, displayed in all his ac
tioa his go-jdnes of heart: his easy carriage
was full ot a rare elegance; the flowing
locks ot his light hair covered his ahouiders,
and at sight of him one felt attracted to
wards him by the strongest sympathies:
one loved at once his youth and his beau.,
where shone with a pure joy the noble
qualities of the heart. At their approach
the doors of the Tower opened, the archers
who filled the ante-room ranged themselves
with respect, and tiie governor after having
humbly saluted them, guided them through
numerous aud dark passages. They crossed
many courts, usccnuca to one oi the Mgner
stories, and finally passed into a vat sa
loon, where large and heavy bars of iron,
and thick uoor, token of captivity, were
hidden under the luxury of decoration.
When they entered, a youth ot about
twelve vears. who, sitting near a lii-'li
arched window, viewed with a melancholy
air the waters of the Thames, in which the
sun traced dancing ornaments of wM arose
precipitately, and advancing toward tin
two noble visitors, pressed the younger in
his arms, exclaiming
"Richard! ucur Richard: my dear, dear
brother. I again we you, then."
During some moments their sighs and
tears alono expressed their emotion. Fi
nally conquering his grief, the young pris
oner turned himself towards the only wit.
ness of this scene, and said to him, with a
calm dignity superior to his age
"My lord, you have given me my brother,
but however consolinir may be his presence,
if ho should become, like myself, a captive
in the Tower, I should regret having aa'n
"You a prisoner!" said he who was ad
dressed, with an air of hypoeritiral mild
ness, "dear nephew, can you harbor these
unworthy suspicions, and ought the king of
England to doubt that I have no other rule
of conduct than the promotion of his in
terest!" Thesu were the last words that Richard of
Gloujesteruilressed to his nephews, Edward
V., King of England, already confined a
month in the Tower, and Richard King of
i ork, whom ho had just carried off from
the widow of Edward IV., in order to re
main solo master of the lives of tho legi
timate heirs of the English crown. In go
ing out, Gloucester threw on the children
a Bubtle and milignant glance: and finding
lntnennw-cnninoer oi me apartment the
"rorget uot to execute faithfully all th
commands you may receive fnm me," said
ne, -ana i win not no uiiirratelul."
un tlic bank ol the Thump. Tticlir,l
lord Protector of Ennland. filled with a
be in vain endeavored to conceal, at the
easy success of his designs, stepped into the
royal yacht which attended him, and re
paired to the purlinmont.
As soon as thev were alone, llm tm
brothers Edward and Richard, again em-
oraceu. More than a mouth hail they been
separated, and their tenderness could
oniy be satisfied by tlicw
caresses. Pmui w i.
questioned each other, nnd, whatever might
bo the experience of Edward, lie could not
uouoi uie iiwai iuiure which awaited tliem
To the Joyous repartees of the hoping Rich
ard, ho sadly replied
"It would be much brtter to prepare for
death, for I think but a short time remains
for us on earth."
In fact for what could they hope?- At
fthrir father, Edward IV., tho
Duke ofOUmceafr, at first, exposed tor
ms royal nephew a sincorn R(r,...tim, ,i.
votion. He had himself conducted him to
rnatcest vestments pxry M :r.e Wwl v e Four:h 1?r.sr
j.. T ;or-:.::e3 .v Kirs n.cr.ara me
phys-.ogn. posf ThirJ. After a Tiav passed, as usual, with-
appearaace ot loya.ry asd treei-aa. but li i ou. 0T, t!t U J sur?riiti 0
one examined artestive.y his -led feiwr. VjiLctSm td cSinizs of tJ-eir mother,
Msauuana uscerJLin air, u.m i.i i , , ,Vi .,-..:. -vifv.,i
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
i lmrehcadud by hia side, out
of resnect to the superior rank of his nep.
hew, had shown him to the ciuzena, who
received him with enthusiastic acclama
tions. At the same time, however, he sep
arated the pnnco from his most faithful
servants, whom ho caused to ba arrested
and put to death; ho had removed him
from his mother, and for a month the
Prince had been retained in the
Tower of London whero no
one was allowed to approach him. Now,
Uirliard was eoually in Gloucester's power.
Audacitv sufficed to put him in possession
of a crown which he had coveted so long
and so earnestly ; it was known that he
shrunk from no obstacle, that he was by no
means one of those "who let I dare not
wait upon I would." In tho meanwhile
Richard recalled to hm brother the respect
which he had shown them, the protection
of their mother, who would not abandon
them, and who would never had confided
them to Gloucester, had she doubted his
loyalty; and at this remembrnnce their
hearts were moved.
"Reassure thyself Edward. I have a
presentiment that the day ot thy corona
tion lingers not, and hold! to-day even, in
going out from Westminister in traversing
London, a have seen preparations for re
joicings. It is for thee, I am certain; and
if mv uncle lias Drougnt me intiier, it is in
order that I may assist at thy coronation,
as tliv brother should."
Thev were amusinjr themselves from day
to day with these gay hopes, when suddenly
London rang with the sound of belles, the
noise of capnon awoke the silent echoes
ot the Tower, and in the distance were
heard the joyous acclamation of the
"Said I not so, Edward Is it not thy
coronation they announce f To-morrow we
shall enter Westminister in triumph. Long
live Edward the Fifth'." continued the
young prince, approaching the window with
"Lonn live King Richard the Third!" re
plied the people, whose mighty wlce
drowned the noise of the Thames, and the
solemn sounds that rilled the air.
"Hearest thou that, Richard t he..rot
thou that! It is not my name th;.: the
people proclaim." And he strove to climb
up to the window, the be tter to under:..r. i
the words that were shouted by the cr. A i.
LvC: live Kinj Richard the T!..ril
Glory and long life to Richard the Thirl 1"
Ni;ht enveloped with its thick pall t:.e
city of London; heavy clouds, ihrgii
which distast Lhsiisoccisiosilly -;:. 1
in si.lcr.ee. gatierei cxtr the cr.yi ti.e ir
wi crprvssive. isl thirled with t:.-.s.
sul;i.ur.-u.s vit'-r which asrousce the tem
pest. TV wave cf the P..ame. da.hisj
vriin: the wills of the tewer, as 1 cs its
I'lzks. alcce interrupted tie profousl but
terrible cilrswLieh reirsed in the o!cnr!ty.
It w Aurut, asl two months had the
. . .i.ij mVf,r hi ior,
ward, tormented by incessant terrors, par
tock not of the conn ience of his brother,
anl it was a melancholy specta
cle to see this child, subdued by misf-T-tunes,
and pressed down by disquietude,
involuntarily bow his pa'.e face, and lan
guish. Exhausted by the extreme heat of
this day. they had thrown themselves on
the couch, and slept in euch other's arms.
As they thus refK-sed. they appeared to
wish to protect each other. Beside them
was a crucifix, which attested that before
retiring they had engaged in devotions. A
lxok of prayers, richly ornamented in the
style of the manuscripts, of that period,
lay half open near them. They reposed,
and the lamp that each evening was
lighted in the chamber, threw but a few
feeble wains upon the
lianirincrs of their
Thev slept; and. doubtless, Heaven, t
calm the fears which pursued them during
the day, had sent them pleasant dreams:
they, perhaps, again were enjoying the time
when, lreu and happy, the nobility of Eng
land, Gloucester ut their head, bowed be
fore their childhood; they once more tra
versed the great park of Windsor, where
they had essayed their first steps. Edward
heard the joyous cries that welcomed Inni
at his entrance into London, whf-n covered
by the royal mantle, he had received the
homage of the lord mayor, the aldermen
aud the citizens who pressed around him:
he smiled at the pact, and the present was
At this moment the door of the chamber
oj.ened softly, and two men, entering with
precaution, approached their bed. At the
sight of such calm and youthful innocence
they hesitated ; one of them forcibly thrust
back the poignard winch he had drawn,
and they contemplated in silence that
sweet slumber, finally, alter a moment's
hesitation, he who had bt first been affected
by the touching picture, regained his
bloody resolution, and said in a whUpor
"Come, we must finish ; Richard wishes
it, and thou knowest, Forest, none can re
"What! hast thou the courage, Tyrrel?
Dnrcst thou strike?"
"Can I brave the anger of the king?"'
"But this blood, Tyrrcl, this blood. It is
that of Edward the Fourth they are the
nephews of Richard. And if he should
"What matters it! He commands, I
obey." And he seized his dagger, but his
firmness again gave way.
The storm which hail long threatened,
now announced itself by a thunder crash.
The brothers were awakened, and surprised,
they viewed the assassins. Edward saw the
"Ah ! my brother," said he to Richard,
"they come to kill us."
The poignard of Tyrrcl glanced on the
breast of the duke of York ; as lm died,
Edward, pushing back the arm of the mur'
"Why do you kill my brother' Take my
life, and let him live."
. "Oh ! no, no moro blood ; let me not hear
their cries,1' wildly exclaimed Tvrrsl und
seizing a pillow he tried to extinguish
their toices. Finally, with his whole
strength, he succeeded, and their inanimate
bodies remained upon the bed. 'i ht.n tho
mighty sound of thunder, and th0 fain
which beat the windows with violence'
aloue disturbed the silence of that chamber
of death. Tho children' of Edward were
dead, and the house of York stained with
its blood for tho last time, the red rose the
symbol of so many civil wars. '
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