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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 15, 1380.
NEW SERIES NO. 03.
of the leading buainesa home whoe advertlo
menu niu' be found In Tin Bulletin.
0. U. Patlur & Co., Commercial avenue end Nine
Yoeuin ,t Ilroderlck, Wah. Au., cor. ElKhtb.
Hew York Htore, .'. O. i'atlur fc CV, Cur. Nino
tot'ii'li aud Commercial.
Dr. J. II. Man-an: office, 140 Commercial neuu,
Dra. Leach & Wheeler, Eighth struct,
Dr. W, C. Jocclyn. Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. K. W. Wbltloek, 1 Commercial avenue.
II. H. ("and, Nu. lOOblo lerecuip stairs).
Eouitable Life, of New York, corner Tvvelltb HUd
Cl'.y N jtlonal, UUlo levee.
Jobn Sprout, corner Twelfth and Lvvcc,
li RACKET STOKE.
K. C. Ford. Corner Nlntb and Commercial.
GENERAL DKLIVEHY open . : JU a. m.; cloaei
;:)U p.m. ; Sunday: to V a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; cloaei
tTUroui'b Exprees Main Ua IUInola Central 3:W
P'Milippl Ceutral Railroad cloe at 9 p. ni.
Cairo and Poplar Uluil Through and W ay Mall
Cl(ie at I p. I"- ...
ii.. fi .1.. Ti'.i.,,u rntn . (' m and Yin-
cerme and Ml.ippl Ceutral Railroad dole at
Way 'Si; 1 fjf Narrow Gauge Railroad close at
Cairo and Evuv!!le River Route cloe at 2:
p. iu. LliV leicep; tnuaji.
i'Teayup-f Edward Dezuutt.
Ckrit-Ueuui. J. Foley.
"uuneior--Wm. H. ttllbvrt.
AKI OP AJLVEKXI.
vt.., U'..,tl J. llnwU'r.
Second Ward-David T. 'Linear, C. H. Wood-
r-rMVi W.r,l-W. P. Wriebt. Hubert Smith.
rVurth Ward Charle 0. Paticr, Jams. Kycastoo
Kifta Ward-T. W. Halililay, trnem u. rcmi.
Circuit Judce-L1. J. linker. '
Circuit Clt-rk-J. A. Rie.
Couuiy Ju'lt; K. S. ocuin.
County Clerk-S. J. llumm.
Couuty Atlorny-W. C. Malkef.
Count Traurr Mile vV. Parker,
hbenn John Hodce.
County ComtuUKionera T. . iia.Jilay, J a
M. (J)bbf. Samuel Brtley.
AFRICAN M. E. Fourteenth atreet, between
Walnut aud Cedar trnet: service. Sabbatn 11
a. m. and": p. in.; sunaay muooi y.
CHRISTIAN ElshteeMh ftreet; movtlng Sab-
j bulb lu sop. m.; preacaiui; uuwiwuanj.
CHCKCn OP THE REDEEMER-E ptacopal )
J Fourteenth atreet; Sunday Morning prayer
ID SO a. m.; evenlnir pruyera, 7:S) p. m : Sunday
icbool v: a. m. Friday eTeulr.K prayer 7:10 p. m.
UMRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUntCH.
Jf Preachlan at It):) a. m., 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
habbatb acbool at 7:30 p. m. Rev. T. J. Shore,
m topiivDiu Thirttf.inth atrfit: irviLea Hah.
j bth 1:) a. m.i Sunday acbool 2 p.m. Rev.
METIIODIST-Cor. Eight)1 and Walnut atreeU;
Preaching Sabbath l'):J a. m. and 7 p.m.;
t.rayer meetlnif. Wedne.day 7:) p. m.; Sunday
OCDOOli t. m. W. UUH, ymrivi.
IJRESBYTERIAN Elhth atreef, preacblnu on
Sabbath at lt:tw a. m. and 7:p. ra.; prayer
maetlnir WedneKlav at T.vip. m.; aunuay ocuooi
kt 3 p. m. nev. u. I . ueore, isiur.
CBCOND FREE WILL BAPTIST - Flfteeith
O itreet. between walnut anu t-euar ireci, er
vlcea Sabbath at 3 ana 7 :) p. m.
ST. JOHKPirs-( Roman Catholic) Corner Croaa
and Walnut utreeti; aenlcea babbath lO.soa.
si. : Sunday SchKl at i p. m.; Vepera 3 p. m.; aer
Ticea evcry'day at 8 p. m.
C T. PATRICK'S-! Roman Catholic) Comer Ninth
n atreet and Waahluirton avenue; aervtcoa pan-
b 8 and ID a. m. ; Vuapew 3 p. m. ; Sunday Schmjl
8 . m. ; aervlcea every day at a p. m. Rev. F. idabul,
-.ri.Miva rnwiwTiaV t KVI'EHANCE IJ
V loN," ho'iU it regular weekly nieetliic In
lue nail oltnoairo lenipernuvo nennu, viu".i
-ry Thunxlay afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock. Every
body l Invited to attend.
II. MAllEAN, I. I).,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OUlre 140 Oo merclal avantie. Kealdcnce corner
Fourteenth St. and waitmntfton avenue, i airo.
,R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Urnoi-No. 13 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
jyn. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eluhtb Strt, near Commercial Avenue.
a week In your own town, $! outfit frio. No
rlak. Reader, If you want bualnua at
ami 1 TIP. noRunii ii - -w-
pay all the time thcr work, wrlto for partlcularato
II. UALLETT A CO..PortUud.
T0 FIFTY CKNTA BO
Full liox. bottlei. Deal Combination.
Risley'a Emulsion of Coil Liver Oil.
With Hypophoaphltoi Llmo and Soda, with Tepalno
It la hluhly recommeudod by phyalclaui a the
jno.t ctrectual anil reliable rotueav for couyba,
rolila. brouchitlK, Ki'tiernl debility, etc.. Acrei'itbly
flavored, Pleaaant to take, And cau be retained
on the we ukuKtutomach.
The Simplest, HureHtaud Most Reliablo
ruro Distilled Extract of W1TCII HAZEL,
Carefully prepare! Thoroughly reliablo Full
utrenKlh: mill equal In aleof liotllo In any niaile.
Curca apraliiK, brulaei, awelllntia, cbnllin: . iutn.
wound", liurua.arnltla, acald-bead, pllun, ml: rhottm
Mkln vrupllona, More uyea, toro month, neiiiiilisla,
lnilainmntory awelllnua, tore throat and for aching
pain It la undoubtedly thu ((renteat hvulltiK prepnr
lion ever uaed. Niimuroua teatlmoulala can bo
procured If dualrcd. , .
(tlx nunco bottlea WconU; plut bottlui, 50 cuntw ;
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI It'v.
TIME TABLE OF FAS8EN0EII TRAINS FROM
VINCENNE8 (N07. o'O, 18.9.)
No. 2 Day Expn-aa (Except Sunday).... 1 :!J0 p.m.
.a ii t . 10 i. L! I v .'Jf. m
11 i Night L'xprurts (Dmlyj m.
No. 5 ExpreM (Except Sunday) 8:05 a.m.
" 1 Duy Extirena (Excetit Sunday).... a:W) p. m.
" 3 Muht Exprena (Dally) lOa. m.
J. U. Clahk, C H. Com. Jr.,
Acent Vlncennea. uen. TlcKei At i v;incinnuu
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. 11.
II. XV. 8MITIIKHS, Itecolver.
SHORTEST SITORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 hrotiKb Exprcaa leave Cain H:ir a m
Through Kxpreiarrlvt' at E. St. Louif.. 5:iip.m
Ttirouiih Expre.a leuve E. St. Louis.... 9:m)a.m
Ttiroub Expreaa arrive at Cairo 5:10 p. in
MurubysboruaccotuniodutlonleavenCairo I ;W n.m
Mu1 phyeburo Acc. arrivec.at Murphynboro 7 : p.m.
Murphyahoro Acc. leave Munibynboro .. 5:H)a m.
Murpbyeboro Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 :'& a m.
The Cairo St. LouliRall Road If tbe onlv all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louia under one
manairement. therefore there are no delay at
way nation awaiting connection from other line.
('loe and ure connection at St. Loula with other
line for North, bant and next
J. A. NAl'(I.K,
L. M. JOHNSON.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Kunninjr
Marino Diiikct Con nkct ion-
Tiuis Leave Cairo:
:t;l ." ii in. Mail,
Arrlvinelti St. Loul 8:4' a m. : Cblca2o.S:3n p.m.;
Coiinectint; at U'liu and Kltiiirium for Cincin
nati, LouiHVllle, Iii(liiuinioh und point Kiut.
ll:KJii.m. 8t. I.oiiirtiuul WesteDi
Arrlvlni; In St. Lnnl 7:o.'i p. m., aud connecting
for all point Wet.
4:t) p.m. I-'aist Kxproas.
pur St Loul and Chlca,."". arrivlni at St. Loui
10: w p.m., and Chicago 7 :' a m
4 :'-.' p.m. (Cincinnati KxjirenB.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:n a m.; Lotnavillo 7:Ji)
a m.; lndianaixill 4:i) a.m. Paaaenjser by
thi train reach the above point IVJ to 3tJ
iiul'KS in advance of any other route.
yTlio4:3n p. m. expre ha PL'I.LMAN
SLtEPINli CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through eleeper to St. toui anil
Fast TTmo IOast.
1iwontiiymc ,tli ,I1C pothMUgh to Et.
ilaM Ill;l IS (.rn point without any delay
raiiwd bv Siiudav Intervenlni.. The Maturday afler
noun train from Cairo arrive In new York .Monday
moraine at lu::!V Tblrty aix hour in advance of
auy other route.
PfrV,t tli.f.h tlrL'..ta iinil fiirrhi.r inrnnntitlnn.
Upplyat Illluol Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
JA5. JOHNSON. J. II. JONES,
tien. Southern Aeont. Ticket Afleut,
A. II. HANSON, tien. Pa9, Au'ent. Chicaco.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hlffliest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. IIALLIDAY, President.
11. L. IIALLIDAY, Vlce-I'reddent,
TUOS. W. IIALLIDAY, Cahler.
f. flTAAT TATtOlt, W. P. rtAlI.tTIAT,
nlNHT L. llAt.LIUV, R, II. rl'NNtNOlUJl,
S. D. WILLIAMSON, TKI'IIKN DIKD,
II, n. CANDKK.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
DOUC.HT AND BOLD.
Doponltrccelvod and i general Unkind bnlnot
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
comtiicilr oi (imiQ
' STAVE CLIPPINGS
At Seventy-five cents per load.
Stave Titim mines
At one dollar per load.
The "tr;mnilnK"Bro conre abavliiK anil make
tbe beat aumrner wood for cooklnir purponeaa well
a the cheapeft ever old In Cairo. For bluck
mllli' nee InHettiniitlre. they are unequalled.
Leave your order at the Tenth treet wood yard
YOCUM A BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Waphinton Avenue, Cor.
CAIKO - - ILLS
35 k r" z
5 ".c- !
WHOLESALE VINES AND LIQUORS.
Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD BOURLOX AND EYE WHISKIES,
French Brandv, Ktc.
No, 137 Ohio Ieveo.
Oiihi at all Uours, Day ami Xifflit,
"Tho Kicheat l'.lood. Swietest Breath, and
Kaireet Skiu in Hop Litter.
'A little Hop Hitter f ave big doctor bill and
That invalid wife, mother. :tor or child
can be made the picture of health with Hop
"When worn down and ready to take your bed
Hop Hitter i bat you need.
Dou't phytic and pbvic, for It weaken and
detroy. but take Hop Hitter t . t build up con
tinually. "I'livclclar.sof all chool use and recommend
Hop Itinera. Test them.
"Health I beauty and Joy-ilop Hitter fives
health and beauty,
"There nrc more cures made with Hop Hitter
than all other medicine?.
"When thobrnln I wearied, the nerve tin
strtiUK, the muscle weak, uee Hop Hitters.
"That low, nervous fevr. want of sleep and
weoknes. cull for Hop Hilttonr
Htl Cotii;li Cure nnd Puln Relief Is I'loasiint.
Sure anil t'lieup.
IOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
ItalTonl me (treat pleaanro to bear testimony to
the benetlt I have received from tislni! Kellow'
Coinpotind Svrupof Hypophovplilte. I have rec
ommended it to muny of mv friend, and It ha
proved an excellent curative for Nervoiine and
General Debility. It i also a tlrst clu Tunic ena
ble a person to take on llesh rapidly, nnd I free
from the colistlpallUKoflVctschiiriioterUlIc of other
Tonic 1 have tiled. 1IE.NHV JOHNSTON,
Kciul Dp. Earle's Testimonial.
Mn. J.Mt:a 1. l''Kt,i.nw, Maiitif.ictnriiiB Chemist.
Sin, Kor several month past I hav used your
Compound Syrup in tho treatment of Incipient
Phthisis. Chronic Hronchitl nnd other Atl'ectiou
of thu Chest, und I have no hesitation In stutini?
that it ranksforenioftt amongst thereuiedlea used In
tboseilUeas'i. ltcintzatl excellent nervous Tonic,
It exert a direct Inlluetice ou the N'ervou system,
und through It, It Invluorute tho bodv. It atford
me pleiisuro to reronuneti'l it remedy which Is real
ly uood In ca him for which It I Intended, when to
niui'.v iidvertiaed uru worco Hum useless
lam, sir, youratiuly, Z. 8, EAKLE, Jit, M, 1).
It cure Asthma. Los of Voice, Netirnlula, St.
VItu' Dance, Kiilleptlo. Kit, Whoopluif Cough,
NcrvoutioM, anil 1 a mom wonderful nitjunrt to
oilier remedies In suMuinlnt; life during tho pro
cess of Diptheriik.
Do not bo ilacelvcd by runicdle bcurliiff a lml
In r uatnu : no ullier preparation 1 a
substitute tor this under any
SOLD DY AI.LDRUCCIISTS.
CONTINL'KI FROM FOCHTIl PAOE.
truant hubbaaJ, but telling them that hu
mJ no authority to do so without a war-
raut, they repaired to the office ot Squiro
Coraiug9. Hero they were told that the
usband could uot bo arrested unless they
could bwear that he bad enticed
the woman to accompany him. Of course,
this they could not do, and hence
they concluded to return to the depot and,
if possible, persuade him to return. When
they arrived at the depot they found him
seated in rnc car with the woman, and ask
ed him what ho was doinp; hero aud where
he was going. He replied that they would
goon learn what he was doing, and as to
where he wa3 going was more than he could
say. They reminded him of the wife
and six little children, not one of
whom was able to assist her
in her struggle for & livelihood; pictured
to him the ruin and disgrace he was bring
ing upon them and himself, but he only
shook his head, and made no attempt to
excuse himself, save saying that his wife
had been made to regard him as untrue to
her, and that he could, on that ac
count, no longer live with her, but
that he would support his children.
During this conversation the woman wa3 at
the other end of the car, and at its conclu
sion the train started off and the two men
left the car. Kane is quite a good-looking
tellowj about twenty-eight years of age:
five feet ten inches in height and wears a
long red gotce. The woman, although she
has a scar on the bridge of her nose, is
anything but repulsive, and is probably
twenty-six years old. Her maiden name
was Mary Brewer and, being an orphan,
she was raised by a wealthy farmer ot
Marshal county, Ky., named Marion Robin
son. About eight or nine years ago she
married one Robert Grace, of the same
county, from whom slip seperated three
years ago. Kane's wife is, we are told, a
woman whose life has been one of spotless
purity and patient endurance for the sake of
the wretch, who has sunken so low that lie
leaves her to join hands with one who is as
depraved and heartless as himselt. The
man, who can thus basely forsake a wo
man who has shared his trials and troubles
for long years, working and helping him
obtain a living, is deserving of general con
demnation and the widest publicity.
Cholera Morbus may be encouraged by
frequent iloses of pickled salmon and un
dressed cucumbers, it may be increased by
eating unripe plums, and may be cured by
taking Dr. Thomas Eclectric Oil.
Sold by Pall 0. Scuun.
AN EDUCATIONAL ENDORSEMENT.
The Rev. C. A. Harvey, I). D.f of the
Howard University, of Washington, has
addressed the following letter to Messrs.
II. H. Warner &, Co., of Rochester, N. Y.:
Gentlemen: I take pleasure in stating
that I have for two years past been ac
quainted with the remedy known as War
ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, aud
with its remarkable curative efficiency in
obstinate and so-called incurable cases of
Rright's Disease in this city. In some of
these cases, which seemed to be in the last
stages, and which had. been given up by
practicinners of bth schools, the speedy
change wrought by this remedy seemed
but little less than miraculous. I am con
vinced that for Rright's Disease, in all its
stages, no remedy heretofore discovered can
be held fur one moment in comparison
with this. Respectfully
C. A. IIauvev.
Duoncuitis, a prcmonitor of con
sumption, is characterized by catarrh
or inflammation of the mucous mem
brane of the airy passages, with cough
and expectoratiou, short breath, hoarse
ness, pains in tbe chest. For all bron
chial alVectious, sore throat, aphonia
or loss of voice, couch, "Dr. Swayne's
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry," is a
well known curative. Trice 125 cents
and -f 1 a bottle, or six bottles for f.
The large size is the most economical.
Prepared only by Dr. Swayne & Son,
Philadelphia. Sold by all prominent
druggists in Cairo and elsewhere. (1)
If you see a lady drop her glove and a
gentleman by the side of her, kindly tell
ing her to pick it up, you need not hesitate
in forming an opinion that they are mar
ried, and if you see a man or woman's face
all covered with blotches nnd pimples, you
must not hesitate but tell them to use
Spring Blossom. Prices fit) cents, trial bot
tles 10 cents.
Why ought the children of a thief to bo
burnt! Because their Pa steals (pastiles.)
Burns, scalds, cuts, bruises cured by Dr.
Thomas' Eclcctrie Oil. Paul 0. Soiiuh,
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
For the speedy cure of consumption and
all diseases that lead to it, such as stubborn
coughs, neglected cold?, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, pain in tho side and chest,
dry hacking cough, tickling in tho throat,
hoarseness, sore throat, and all chronic or
lingerng diseases of the throat and lungs,
Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal
and has established for itself a world-wide
reputation. Many . leading physicians
recommend and use it in their practice,
The formula from which it is prepared is
highly recommended by all medical jour
nals. The clergy and the press have com
plimented it in the most glowing terms.
Go to your druggist ami get a trial bottle
freo of cost, or a'reaular size for fl. For
sale by Geo. H. O'llara. Druggist, Cairo,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicaoo, October 14, 10 a. m.
Pork -November, 12 67-2'.
Corn November, -tOc; December
Oats December 302'c.
Wheat November, $1 00: Djccmbcr,
t 01 .
Chicaoo, October U, 1 p. m.
Pork-October, $18 23.
Lard October, $8 25, nominal.
Wiieat October, OSc; November
Corn October, oDJc; November,
Oits October, 307,jc; November,
NO CAUSE FOR DISCOURAGEMENT.
Nashville, Teun., Oct. 14. The Ameri
can will say of the election this morning:
"It may be well to lrok through the smoke
of Tuesday's battle to see if there is any
thing to discourage tin? democrats in a fur
ther prosecution of the canvass. We think
not. A party swollen with twenty years of
power, having possession of all the elective
part of the government, leagued with all
the corrupt monopolies, has been able to
concentrate its entire power in two states,
practically in one. tor Indiana was the bat
tle ground. That they would not yield
without a terrible struggle and the use of
all the means known to them and possible
was certain. In November they will have
to diffuse their labors over the entire field,
while the democrats have only to devote
themselves to a few states.
Cincinnati, Oct. 14. Unofficial returns
from the whole ot Hamilton county give
Townsend, republican, secretary of state,
34,129 ; Lang, democrat, 31,840; Town
scad's majority, 2,289. Mcllvaine, republi
can, judge of supremo court, 34,502; Fol
lett, democrat, 31,018; Mcllvaine's majori
ty, 2,834. Democratic gain on secretary of
state over the vote for governor last year 13
1,356; the democratic gain on judge of su
preme court is 701. Butterworth, republi
can, for congress in first district, majority,
1.501 ; Young, second district, 1,007. The
republicans elect the entire county ticket
by majorities ranging fioni 2,145 to 3,771
Vincennes, Ind., Oct. 14. Tho entire
election returns of Knox county were re
ceived this afternoon, and the result shows
a democratic majority of 805 a gain cf 07
over the vote of 1370. The democrats in this
city are jubilant over the result. Rcpubli
cans were confident ot reducing the majori
ty 200 votes and, having failed, are down
THE QUESTION STILL OPEN.
Tho Courier-Journal, speaking of the re
sult of the elections in Indiana and Ohio,
says: ''Precisely as the gain of Maine does
not seem to have helped the democrats in
the west may the gain of Indiana fail to
help the republicans in the east. More
over the history of politics like that of arms
shows many instances of battle losses in de
tail, which have been more than recovered
in the final engagement. In our sectional
conflict the confederates won more isolated
victories than the federals. It was when
tho resources ot the combatants were
stretched to their fullest tcusion and ' the
combat deepened into a fierce and final
struggle all along tho line that force against
force prevailed, and numbers proved deci
sive. The democratic party holds a num
erical majority in this couutry, iu Ohio and
Indiana. It has simply exhibited itself
unable to cope with the massed material
which the republicans were able to put in
the field. Iu November tho republicans
will have to coutest for twenty instead of
two states. Thus spread out it remains to
be seen whether they can hold their own.
Our hope is that they cannot; our opinion is
that the question is sufficiently open to
justify thoughtful men in renewed exertion
and to make it a crime iu those charged
with the campaign to relax a single nerve."
Wheeling, Oct. 13. Reports trotn West
Virginia are coming iu slowly. The indica
tions are that the republicans have reduced
the democratic majorities in a number of
the counties, but their majority will not be
much below 8,000, if any.
Nbw Yokk, Oct. 14. The wotnou's
school ticket at Fuyetteville, this state, was
elected by 120 majority; 102 womeu voted.
At Port Jervis, where 82 women voted, the
women's school ticket was defeated.
DEMOCRACY AT COLLINSVILLE, ILL.
Coi.linsvili.e, III., Oct. 14. The grand
est political demonstration ever witnessed
in our little city was given to-night by the
democracy of Collinsvillc. Tho streets
were illuminated iu every direction with
lights of many colors. About four thou
sand people present, there being delega
tions from Bolleville, O'Fallon, Lebanon,
E lwardsvillc.Troy, Alton and many other
places. Tho 50 horscmeu from O'Fallon,
with their beautiful regalias, wcro much
admired. Thero were aUo about five com
panies of young mon iu uuliorms, who will
cost their first vote this year in tho glorious
cause of democracy. Tho assembly was
addressed by Hon. John II. Oberly of
Cairo, who made many telling bits.
COLONIZATION OP INDIANA NE0U0 EXODUS
FROM SI'KfNG FIELD.
A very considerable degree of excite
ment, mingled with great indignation, was
manifested in the city yesterday upon, the
fact becoming known, beyond peradvent
ure, that large number? of nogroes were
leaving for Indiana, for the avowed pur
pose of participating in the election which
takes place in that state to-day, We have
never taken a great amount of stock in the
cry of "fraud," "colonization," etc., but from
what has taken place under our
very eye3 within tho past few
hours, we arc uo longer permitted to
doubt that the enterprising republican pol
iticians of Indiana have been for some time
past engaged in a systematic and stupen
dous work of negro colonization. As long
ago as last August, Justice Johu 3. Condell,
Jr., by an attachment proceeding com
menced in his court by one negro against
another, "got onto" an exodus commenced
that early. Following up the clue that he
then obtained, he succeeded in getting pos
session of the names of about thirty ne
groes, some of whom had resided here for
years, who, on the Oth of that mouth, left
for Indiana iu company with an agent.
He also learned that they went thither for
the purpose of voting. . Tho names were for
warded to Hon. Wui. H. English in re
sponse to a telegram from him. On Sun
day night the presence ?f a large number
ot negroes at the Wabash depot led to an
investigation, and it was found that they
purchased tickets for Danville and return.
One of the number became confidential
with a gentleman whom lie mis
took for a republican, and to
him confided the fact that there were thirty
three of the party ; that they wero going to
Danville, and would there be met by a spe
cial train and conveyed to a point named
by him in Indiana. " He said a few of tho
number resided iu that state, but that a
majority of them did not. The resideut
members of the party, however, would
see that they all got their votes in.
On the ten o'clock ' train yesterday
momiug,another party of perhaps twenty or
tweuty-five left. They were well supplied
with money, which they displayed freely,
and were in high glee over tho infamy for
which they were preparing at the instiga
tion of their republican musters. Many
negro women m tho eastern part of the
city were interviewed during the day, and
told freely that their "men" had gone to
Indiana to vote, and declared in great glee
that it didn't cost them uothia', neither."
The matter was open and notorious, aud was
variously commented upon. Democrats ex
pressed a virtueus indigrfation; decent re
publicans shook their heads aad expressed
disapprobation, but the disreputable
machine element chuckled shame
lessly over it, aud "badgered" democrats
much as they did in regard to. the damna
ble returning board's outrage of four years
ago. Indiana democrats wero duly notified
by wire of what was going on, and in re
sponse to a telegram for a detective to bo
sent on, the state central committee last
night dispatched Marshal Fountain to tho
scene of the contemplated outrage, and it
is hoped he may be successful in getting
some of the black scoundrels behind tho
bars of a Hoozier prison. These creatures
have no more conception of the duties per
taining to citizenship than have an equal
number ot hogs, and it might serve a good
purpose if some of them should get their
black carcasses filled with lead.
When Garabaldi ceased'his high command,
And sheathed his sword thatsword a bright
and keen one
Nought in his pocket put he but his hand,
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