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THE UUILKIS SCHOOLS.
Thu Attempt of .Mr. ll.ijnc to Incorpor
ntn Into tho new constitution n section pro
vldlngtlint tho Legislature slmll "
to prevent tho exclusion of tho IHWo from
the public school, call for the condemna
tion of everr.rcl friend of our common
school system, nd of nil thwe lio wouM
!,. St.. InW. of the convcmi"" b"
f,r nmiirJit! for lust ns mk tho new
striiment liTiuhmltuJ to tho people
...t. - . .if t li ti will Ni voted
l.v more than Hft.v-thound majority.
Tho Chlcrgo JVs J-tly arU
tliorelsnosnrerwayt" put he , M c
school svs.en. "In wy f lt!nwtc
tlnctlon - thn by H- .loil f J
proposition to curort '
Blw..v.l.ec.mtruodto nici.ii Uw I In
favor with the majority of tho legW.iUiro
In power. Ktho .....Jorlty should be hu
manist, the Doiwy twn.lntlon would he
M Hihlei' If wlmt U .lenomlnMul tlio
Protestant church should huve a majority,
King Jnmes version would bo regarded ni
"the llible." 'Tho Swcdonborglani would,
adopt thtW llible, and if by any clmnco K
rcmvliotiUl become universally popular,
we should liavo tho HooV cf Mormon
ns "tho G'ttMo.'' If "n of
no particular religion should gain the as
cendency, then, most likely, wo should
have tho new translation of the Greek gen
tleman, which harmonize with modern
science; and If "Americans ihould ru e
America," then tho lllblo Llon Biblo
would bo "the Hlble," which the legWn
lure would adopt a tho only true rcliglou
text book. Thui, It I cen, that under the
operation of tho proposal section, It will
pnmn In nass that "the lllhle" in the pub
lic schools, wilt Ihj changed as tho religion
complexion of tho legislature Is changoi.
We MLreo with the Tima that llayne'i
proposition U simply an atrocity; that it
is nn Insidious devleo, und-r the disguise
of Christianity. In the Interest of religious
Intolerance and blirotrv. It Is a tchcmo to
destroy tho nubllo school sy.tem of 1111
noli by subordinating it to the domination
f n r..-.tMnn nrieilliood. It Is an act to
rUabllih n Uito church, and to revivo in
the light of tho nineteenth century clvlli
ration the '-authority', of medieval prlet
craft. It ii amazing that the Illinois con
volition ihould have given to n project so
nutnftKfitiH and retrogressive a moment
Till: SOUTH MIX PACIFIC
A mb-committcc of tho Hnuso of Con
gress hat agreed to recommend a Southern
Pacific llallroad on the tlilrty-iccoml pur
ullel, from San Diego, CuU to -Marshall,
Texas, and to grant the fraiichito to tho
Southern Transcontinental Hallway Com
pany. The routo fixed upon, the guue of
tho road and the provision of the bill re
latlng to tho running arrangements with
connecting roadt are such a were
suggested by tho committee
uf tho Gulf States men, com-
posed of Messrs. Sheldon, Shermt, 1'eree
and Clark. Tho Southwestern State are
to be IIK-rary represented by Incorpora
tors from among their citizens. This re
sult has Vn reached after considerable
discussion. A fuar that longer dtlay
might Jeopard tho pa.sing of an act char
tering a company with lilieral nd has
brought together all tho llepresriitative
from the Gulf Htutes, who believu that
the oppoiltlon in the Senate will cease
and that the bill will pa- at no ilistunl
tST Kurojw, say Van Xostraiid's Mmj'
ntint, contain 70,718 miles ot railway,
rompoed of 1JW,0W,000 cwt of iron rails,
tui which 400,000 jius nger carriages and
(100,000 baggage car aro drained by 18,
000 locomotives, over W.000 bridges and
through 34 mile of tunnels, at a eo.t of
$00,000,000 per nnnum, with a consump
tion of 4,000,000 ton of coal.
A girl of sixteen, near Montreal, ro
ccntlv took arsenic to whiten lur com
plexion. None could question der sue ee,,.
k she lay iu hor cotlln the following day.
.Since ft organization tho American
Colonization Society has received from all
u.ure es the sum of 51,320,711 i-'J, and has
colonized in Liberia 18,000 jeron.
An ex-soldior in Sacramento has been
ilurged $100 iu gold by a Sun rrancln-j
claim agent for collecting back pay due
Mm amounting to 5100 In currency.
An English collier kept u keg of pow
Uerutidirr his bod, and the other day went
. afur some, smoking ft pipe. 'When he
went oat ho took tho roof along with him
A thill of ltev. r. Marks, of Marshall,
"Vl, otie dr recently swollowed a bean,
which lodged In windpipo and caused
death in aoout twenty minutes.
The 1'rctUtMi of variou benevolent
iA.iiivn i rnneifco liavo come
to the coneliMou that ilia freosoun sv.tem
leadi to iiiilolerice, pauperltm. and vice.
Paris coiiiumts V(m,(m francs'
worth of wiue, and yet only 112,000,000
franc U value that tntrs the city from
OUUido. Hence, W,0(W,000 francs' worth
xnuit be niauufaclure4 there.
Three children kof Mrs. pMrrVi 0f
High Forrct, Minn, were ruotiid the
other day by eating what they supposed
were artichokes, and one of them, a little
girl, died from the ctfccti.
An Englishman having paid an Irish
shoeblack vrlth rudeness, was thus accosted
bv tho "dirty urchin": "My honey, all
tho polUlsj you have Is upon yo.ir toots,
aBd 1 gUV JOU sunn
The Peoria (III.) Tmnrlpl says two
men in that city Imvb been experimenting
uponn perpetual motion machine ono
for twenty and another for twenty flvo
The toughest chicken stury conien alb
the way from Xorth Ciirollna: "Weldon
liRsn hen which has laid twenty-seven eggi,
is now trving to hatch twenty-iovun chick
en from them, and leaves Tier nest nvery
day to deposit an egg In another nest.'
TIIK SKXATK COMMITTEE REFUSE
TO rri.iniu.i iiEiv.
Tim Senate Committee on Pension, to
whom whs referred tho Ilonso bill grant
ing n peiwlon of $3,000 per nnnum to
Marv Lincoln, say in their report that ul
Ihotfgh by tho constitution of tho United
States the President 1 mado.Commnndcr-In-Chlcfoftho
Army and Navy, ho I a
civil and not a military officer. Tho deatli
of President Lincoln occurred whilo ho
was engaged In uusinei ot civil mo.
There was no prindplo on which ponion
h id hitherto been grunted in thli country
wliicli would wnrriuit tuo passing oi win
l.ttt. No tirovislon of this nuturo has over
been mado for tho widows or familio of
anvonoofthc President or other civil
otllcer of tho Unttod States, although
nianyof thorn, llkn Mr. Lincoln, rendered
most exalted scrvlco to tho country; and
two of tho President died While Irs office,
anil the families of s omo of thom wbro left
In very lcndor pecuniary clrcumstnncc.
There Is nothing, so far to distinguish this
caio from that of a great body of civil
oilicers of this government, who, of nil
grade, from the highest to tho lowest,
t'rem tlio earlictt period, liavo lost their
live whllu In tho porformunco of public
duties, mid havolelt behind them widow
and orphan In bornvemcnt, aggravated
by povurty und want. It na not oecn
iWmed ndvisabh) In a froo country to pro
vide tiermancnt emolument In favor of
tho families of high ctllcors of tho Stato,
nml In Kitrnnean countries : a when emi
nent officers end their official
term thev become equal, butHot superior,
members of society. 1 no committee aro
constrnlncd to And, from the facts before
them, that Mr. Lincoln I not In fact In
tho destitute condition which has been rep
resented, and that her means must ho
reasonably sufficient to tho just necessity
.f a citizen of the United State, cither at
homo or abroad. A recapitulation of
licr asets show that the bnlancoof salary
for her husband unexpired year wa S'2'2,-
000, and that on tho l!5th of November,
1S07. she received as hor sharo or the por
tonal estate of President Lincoln S30,'
7C 00 (tho amo sum being nlso given to
her minor on Thomas, making Her total
enih assets S5&7GS CO. In addition to
which thcro la om6 unproductive
real estate of winch tne commiuee
have tnken no account. Thoy liavo good
r.iion to believe sjlio also rccolved no In-
ponslilerablo amount of clothing, plate,
household L'oods. etc.. lifter tho death of
Mr. Lincoln, which, iu conidering her pe
cuniary condition, should be added to the
above mentioned sum. Subscription wcro
nntned for Mr. Lincoln, but tho com
mltteo aro not informed what amount has
been realized. Mr. Lincoln docs not
seem to ume her claim entirely on the
round of ncfual want of the comfort
life. In her petition transmitted from
Frankfort, prnvlng forapenlon,she states
she has been advised tn try the minora! w.
tcrs during tho summer, and then to go to
it !. "hut mv financial means do not
twrtritt mil to tnho ndvautaiso of tbeuri
mhlco given me, nor can 1 live In a stylo
becoming tho widow of tho Chief -Magi
IriitAof n LTent nation. tllOUL'll I live as
conom en v as 1 can." 'lne committee
sav from tho stundpolnt of a European
. . . . .1.1. ..AB.
Kiugtlom ami curopeun iiitievj suit, vj
prooaUly, is correct; ouv in n reiMsum-un
country, whoro thcro Is no distinction of
-v . .. ..
rank-, anu wnero an uuue aru uawum
largely by the means of performance, the
comtnlttcu think a fortune of $00,000, or
even ono-thlrd of that sum, for a lady
must tnke her out or the category or tlioso
whine necessities In consenucnco of the
casualties of public service glvo them ft
cla in unon tne Treasury. Aiier oiuurnr-
gumcnu tho committee concludo by lay
ing : "Under the circumstance of tho
cae they do not think that either senti
ment or duty require n further provision
in accordance with the request of Mrs.
Lincoln, and therefore recommend that
the hill bo Indellnltely postponed.1'
Tho report Is signed by Senator Ed
munds, Tipton, Pratt, Spencer, Howell and
ItuiMirsr. Kl. Wayne Clitrasto and
IKrum Chicago lUllwsy llssTlrvt, 7tlsl
The through "last train" over this lino
which leaves Chicago at 11 a.m., makes it
uniform quick timu between terminal
points by running full speed ii longdistance
wlthfew-ttops. Thus, between Plttiburg
and West Philadelphia, a stretch of 355
miles U made with only two stop, at Al
tooiia and llarrisbttrg. Tho distance from
Altoonato ilnrrlsburg 1 lill, miles, the
longest run mado without stopping on any
road in tho United States. Hut one tank of
water being necessary to take tho en
gine through. At Johnstown, this lido
the inmmit of tho Alleghanles, and about
25 mile west of Altoona, an uxtra engine
Is always attached to the train, to bo used
In making the ascent eleven miles which
Is easily Uono without stopping the train.
Tim Hrrnm.,.!,.ont it effected SO skillfully
nd nicely that passengur aro unconscious
of any Jar or Interruption in consequence.
The track of the Pitt. & Ft. "Wayne I
In line condition, and the road-bed or the
lnn. Pontr.il frock ballasted! with track
of l.evv rail warrant tho running or
train at a speed, no matter how great,
without ribk to tho safety of passenger.
(from the Mound Cit j Journal.
f'i 1 !.,. Vnrtlilllf?tOIl. of the
steameV Milbrey, plying between Faducah
and Cairo, I a Jtauicai oi iiionneiiuuui,
but ho met with atamploof tho working
r.r.i... imi, i.mnm nni tlio oilier uuy iiius
.11.1 -..! ...Ii A nm.rn WOUlUIl Of UOt tho
most attractive appearanco seateu nersoii
IIU. ,111,1 ..U"" - .
n 1 in iu ' cabin 01 Ills ouus i" uiuu
from Cairo to this city. . There being
white ladles In the cabin, the captian re
quested her to go into tho chambermaid a
rn,ii lmt tho colored woman rofucd to
go, ain l' bd "J1"" g BJ ,r'8'1t to
ride in tho ludle.' cabin a anybody, since
tho "tlf coinmanment nan oeen au-juou.
The captian then took her by tho arm and
compelled her to leave tho cabin, while sho
protettod and vowed ho bhould sutler for
it. On arriving hero the colored woman
never rested until she had obtained a war
rant for him, and whun the
bout camo down ho was arrett
ed, taken before Judge Scboyer and lined
live dollars besides tho co6ts. The cap.
tain thinks the case Is a hard one.coniider
iug that he has always been a good radical
Iti'piilillcaii! but inasmuch as ho labored
Tlie Cairo Bulletin,
aislJuously to bring nbout tho statu of
things from .-which liu sutler., ho will
obtiltj but precious llttlo sympathy from
Bemlblo people. Thoy will ny served
him right ; ought to have fined him fifty
dollars; let Mm liavo hU stomach full of
.that ho has craved so long. If tho cap
tain had been discreet, howoiild hnvupald
nun b ou iiko a nttio man nml Kept per-
iccuy ilium noout uioruver niter.
AtlPHKisH TO TIIK I'ROPLK.
Mr. Underwood, from tho Committee
on .Miscellaneous Subject, presented tho
following resolution, which was adopted!
lirsnlrtd. 'That a committee rif thirteen
bo pMjlnted to prepare for publication
with tho revised Constitution siilmiltted to
tho electors of tho State, an address, stnt-
nir tho chanircs tiroiuised to thn nxlstlnif
Constitution, and the reasons therefor.
After somu dobato lis to thu manner in
which thu committee should lo appointed,
u was iigreen to appoint a commllteo oi
live, consisting of Messr. Ciimminus.
Springer. Anderson, Tinclier and Wagner,
to soicci mo committee.
The roeoTutioil ndunted vesterilav. nllciw-
ing each weekly newspaper $30 which pub
lishes the now Constitution, wns amended
so as to require the publication of the ad
Tlio report of thn Committed nn Kdtirn
tlonwns then taken un iu Committee of
tno wnoie, .Mr. nays tu tlio chair.
A long debate was had upon section 1,
and several amendments wero ottered. It
wns tlnnlly adopted, as follows:
Section. 1. Tho General Atsoinblv
sunn provide a thorough ami clticlent sys
tem of free schools, whereby till children
of this Stato may receive a good common
Section 2 was adopted without change
Skc. 2. All lauds, moneys or other
property, donated, grunted or received for
sciiixu, college, seminary or university pur
l,.,.n. na... ..... ......,.... I a ...
fnltlifully applied tu the objects for which
sucn gnu or grants wero niauu
Also aection 3:
Skc. 3. Neither tho General Assembly
nor any county, city, town, township,
school district, or otuer piuutc corpora
tion, shall ever make any appropriation or
pay irom any public liimt wnni
thing In aid of any church or occtnr-
lan purpose, or to help support or sustain
any school, ' academy, seminary, college,
university or other literary or scienttllc
institution controlled by any church or
sectarian denomination whatever; nor
shall any irrant ordunutiotiof land, money
or other personal property ever bo
made by thu State or any such public cor
poratlon to any Church or for any secta
Mr. English objected to section 4, which
provide that no district school teacher,
etc- shall hn Interested in the nlo or profits
of liny book, etc., used in tho Stato
schools. No class of persons are so com
potent to preparu and revise school books
ai teacher, and ho thought thu use of their
services in this regard should not bu pre
Mr. Fox did not see any reason why
school teachers should be legislated ngaln-l
as a class. He moved to strike nut the
Mr. Tinclier was in favor of tho section
If any person is in the hook bulne
tdtllui u tlottlur or nn author, that Im-i-
ne should consume hi entire time, liu
did not want it mado po-slblo for the
school officers to lou-roll their own pro
ductions upon thu publio through the
auencv of tlio school system. Tho section
combines a vast number of peventlons' for
abuses that now exist In the system.
Mr. Anthony thought thu public should
bo allowed to lienc.lt by thu experienco of
the-kchool officer in the preparation of
school books. They are n respectable and
worthy class, and should not be legislated
Mr. lllco had introduced a resolution
containing the principle contained in tlio
section. He was pot opposed to the
earnest and worthy school teachers. The
section is not n discrimination iiiruln-t u
class, but it I to prevent the abusu which
Is so much complained of, of the constant
and frequent change ot scnooi inmik.
which are mado in the Interest of school
officers. These change aru made, not fur
the benefit of the schools, but for thu bene
tlt of school officers, who require ii com-
iicnsation from the publishers for Intro
.Mr. Auuott wa in invor oi tne section.
He had become Intimately iiciialutcd
with tho abuses complained of, In the fre
quent and unnecessary change of lxoks.
Mr. neilgowiCK prescind a siuitiiiuio
which prevent any teacher from being In
terested in any book, etc., ued iu Ills
After further debate, thu section was
Section f. which provide for the elec
tion of a Statu Superintendent of Public
Instruction, was stricken out.
Section U provides for thu election of
County Superintendent of Schools.
Mr. English moved to strike It out, and
after dolmte, tho motion was lo-t.
Mr. liavno presented an additional sec
tion, providing that thu General As.embly
snail pass laws 10 preveiu inu uh-iumiwi m
tho lllblo from tho Common School,.. He
advocated the adoption of the section, Iu a
speech of cousldurublo lengtli.
Mr. Gamble was earnestly in fuvor of
the section, and read a carefully prepared
speech upon tho subject.
Mr. Snyder was opposed to tho section
IIu considered It an unreasonable and ty
raiilcal proposition; nnd made a long
speech In support ot his views.
Mr. Cameron did not think tho dlcu
siou or tlio question was calculated to do
anv L'ood. lie believed that tho lilble it
all that I claimed for it ; but opposed tho
section on tho principle that it is well to
let woll onoiiirfi alone.
Mr. Wagner then presented tho follow
ing substitute lor .Mr. Jiitynot ainiiiioiiai
''The lllblo shall never bo excluded from
the Common Schools iu this State, nor
shall sectarian doctrines bo taueht therein
Without coming to a votn upon tlio sub
ject, thu Committee roso, ami tno Article
on Education was taken up iu Convention.
The striking out of section -1 and 0 wa
not concurred in and they wero reinstated,
The sections were then taken up for
Mr. McDowell moved to amend section
1 to that colored children shall not bo per
mitted to attend the same schools with
3Ir. Tinclier moved to lay tho amend
mont upon tho table. Carried aye 30,
Tlio section was adopted without change
Section! 2 and 3 were also adopted with
Mr. Hay moved tu amend section 4, so
that it shall not prevent school officer
from belnu Interested In books, etc.. used
in other suifiola than their own.
Mr. CuVv auid the niiiendmemlmenl
would not remove the objections to tho
sections. It would not be just to prevent
a tenchor lloin using ills own books in his
Mr. VnJorwWl honed the amendment
would bo iklopled as It removes all ob
jections tolho section.
Mr. 1 1 it m iinintiilmelit was ndoiitcd !
nnd the le'd Ion was then adopted as fid-
Sec. !. No teacher, State, county
township, Vir district school officer shn 1
ever lio Interested in the sale, prccoeiw or
prollts of any book, apparatus or furniture,
used or to li used, In imv school in this
State, with (which Mich officer or teiiclnr
may bo connected, under sih;1i penalties
as may bo provided by the General A
sombly. Mr. ntner tnnviii to nmenti section u(
so nun the
llbli! shall never be ctcliidiil
moid ' to refer the
Committee on Ethtcn-
thu entire after-
which coiii',iiiic1 tilmo't
M r. Church moved to amend so that the
lllblo shallhot bo excluileil from tlio pub
lic school's, nor Its use compelled In them
Mr. Cro-t moved to refer the whole sub
ject to the Committee on Education.
After further tlubate tho Convention nd
Joimied, without coming ton vote.
Kor .Iuile untie Supreme Omi t.
Vs re until T fil In nllliolmei. cl ,t (lie Hon
(SIDNEY Itttni: R im f rl ie . I", e
of Jii.luenf iliofciiprcum tmit' o( Illlnii-. fr.m
(V KIM Cruil Iiiiisiin. Kir 'ion on Mommy,
Juno n, 1-TI.
THE YOUNG MEN'S
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2r-xwicl XDvitols. TJn.
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MINUS A.MS IJA.M 'lit.
AVc arc now proparccl
to deliver Too io Fam
ilies and others iu all
parts of the city, at
prices that will bring
it within the reach of
all. Our facilities are
known to be such as
to enable us to do bus
iness in a business-like
Prompt delivery and
good treatment en
sured. Orders may be
Eighth Street and Ohio
Levee, or with our dri
vers. huse. looms
Giiiro, .May 4, ls70.
Alllu; WtiNliiuion Sa
loon, cornui oi' Wash
ington Avenue and
V, lll.ANKI'.MIUltli, I'rnpiletor.
yyn. If. scimjtteh,
mportler and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Vent fwr I.. - ' ru; s of
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Iruportocl AIom ofclif"
IVo. 75 OHIO LEVEE
SDOKS, STATIONER?, ETC,
Tonus ?2 Pit Hay.
House Farnlsbcd with Best Spring Beflj
llni.s. rinlr.il''l-.ciC'l. l'ls fnr II trln
(iirnl It t; 1 Mstiilosil Tudcl oRlcoin ln
J. CIMM.I'.V, Proprietor.
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SSIXXi: OF JAMAICA
Pur ft and Strong, -
Ts lu hiitl by tlio NIukIu llottle
or. at U'lisilfssalt',
Standard White Oil,
ix i'ui.ti: onurii,
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rorcaHh. at II AUCIs AY UltO.S.
Arts lnvltt'tl to examine our
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Cairo, - - - - IH.,
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85 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
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Interest Allowed on Tlmn DopoIU.
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FORWARDING i COMMISSION