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BY JOHN H. OBKULY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FEBRUARY 21, 1871.
ONLY DAILY TAPER IN EGYPT.
FLO U R
And Agnate of
OHIO RIVKR AI) KANAWHA
Hrctrnonor Atr A Co,,
General Commission Merchant
Xe. 13.'), Ohl levee,
novlllf CAIHO, ILL.
J, V. Mathuss.
R. c. cm
132 Ohio Le cc, CAIRO, ILLI XOIS.
HetiJ attention glTf!) to puff Iim! kdI
FLOUR & ORIISr
Siiroortrt Parker A I'hlllu.l
And Healer In
FIJr, Menl, liny, Cera, Ontss,
Cor.lOtht. &Ohio Levee
Memphis & Si, Louis Packet Co.
(' tnpriinK the following Urtt-rUss rMDfr
I lly of Cheater,
Vicksburg Mail Line
t ill Ul JXHVU,
City of Cairo.
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St, Louis & New Orleans
Ollvo Urancli, Thoiapaoa Dean,
Mollis) Able, I'aallao Urrall,
(J rent Ilepuhllc, Illehmoad,
M ciuphlM JPuckefa,
TiiMaysThnrmlays-, flalnraayn aad
'7 WilLvre on
Wednesday, Nirfdays aud HnvsUya.
l!innriinK with t Mol.lla and Ohio Uilroi
fit Coliirilm, KcJlvtltn nn.l Norlli'ilf rn IUI.
rga.l l llickiaaqi .Willi Hip Memphis nj Clur
If .Kin, MlmlaniBwlati'l 1Vnnt-i.ee uuil Memilils
ami l.uuUville IiJSmi. I m MeniihU, it with thn
Hi. Krauclii.yBiN'aastarkaiua rler lockets ut
til" Fttilit' ia.rwH4ln
Will m keconahmoni. hUo, with tlm Arkanus
ritf..r lllUWet. a'KllIl.llMkni 1.111. ILmlli.rn If. II.
ro.nl nJ Vittoo rwrr noil New Orleans packet t
Mailing nil way 'landings, Urpart trl.waekljr.
One or the AItMllAsiaiN,il
Oonnocllnir. therewith slltho. HsilroiuU runnlni
mil ot rit. I.oui'i. ana -"!" d Mlxsourl rivtr ami
iipfn' Mis!ialppi pauketa.
CI1A. II. yTk. Ticket Age't
. OKFICUt . ,
(u J. M, Fhllllp' HsMMtth wlsarnat
Where thniifih Inkcts may ho proourea for all
paints Katt, Weil, Mortlinori South, reached by
Ihealiove linex or through connections made by
,Ue" v WILLIAM BMAJIT,
Oeneral Tivkst Agent, Ht. Louli, Mo
,JM6JssJIIH,tf . . -
ntximud of PA.it.
Theroiuitnorxhip heretofore exlutlnc between
1'. 1'ohla nl l. UtoAktlelb, und.r the tlrm
nuine or F. I'olilo X Btocktlelh, inhlsUay Uls.
ooWod liv mutuiil consent. V. M. Htockttetli is
anlhontml to collect all outstanding Ucbbt due
Jmusrylsth, U7I. lan'sUUm
I THAT "HULL" OF THE POP J!.
N tSometiuic ago we printed at second
hand a lorm ot excommunication and
anathema ai being the anathema fulm!
tutted by tho Pope against the King of
Italy. Without iuquring tho motive of
tho publication, Father O'llalloran, tho
CalholiR priest of this city, denounced
the bull a bogus, without giving any
evidence of tho fact, and advised his
hearer to ulsuuntliiuo tliu patronage uf
The JJt.Ll.m.v. To the credit of the
Catholic of Cairo we can nay, we did
not low one subscriber by tho Fathers
inconsiderate attack not one ; and
now, having informed ourselves on the
Hiihject, wo take pleasure in faying that
the "bull" as publithcd in bogus, and U
found word for word in Sternc'H Tris
tram .Shandy. Tho New York mlr.
jtrndrnt, which was led into the
njuitirc of publishing the extrav-
Iganca m the genuine hull
in corrcctiug tho error, gay this bull
was contained among tho precious, lot
f tract, formerly published, but now
repudiated, by the American and For
eigu Christian tnion. it will be lelt
iiat a very strong prinui uric of forge-
rv it made out against it. In fact, .-o
ongagoa 1 835, the lie v. John
ugh.es in his oral debate with tho
Itev. John Hreckinridgc, levied va-t
corn against hi antagonist on account
of hit baring referred to a book en
dorsed by tho llev. Dr. .Miller, of
rioccton, in which, (aa Hughcri said)
thi. venerable calumlnator is not
ashamed to copy into hi work tho bur-
rvpir excommunication of Tristram
Hhandy ; and that impudent Irishman
actually had the assurance to quote a
long extract from the "burlesque ex
communication" aa an illustration of
the credulity of Protectants in, believ
ing moustrous aad incradiblo things ot
tbo Catholio church It" docs not ap
pear that Ilreckinridge, who. wa In bad
luck and worse temper throughout that
famous dispute, had anything to say in
vindication of himself.
Several document similar to this
bull aro found in the history of the
church, but Pius IX did not write the
tiroes of execration published a his
veritable bull against Victor Kinanuel;
and we heartily join tho nw(rr
in staying that it is pleasant to rccthat
recent exposure of uiiti-popcry zealots
have predisposed some minds to look
sharply into the authenticity of such
document as these.
Who will be noxt Mayor, is the im
portant question in Jonosboro.
A wild cat, weighing fifty pounds,
was caught in thn vicinity of Jonos
boro last week.
The Union county jail is to be re
built and the contract will be let at
tho session of the comity court which
columella's ou the 7th day of March.
"Apathy aud staguatiou 111 till kinds
of businoss" is tho complaint in Anna.
Dallas Bridges, from Vicuna, at
tempted to jump from a train as it was
going into the station at Anna, and
shivered the bono of bis right log in
Rev. Father Foecle, of thu Catholic
church, has been removed from Anna
by order of the Uishop uud ippointed
to take chargo of the cllurch at Mur
Shawrieetowu want a foundry, uioro
business houses and more privato resi
dences. Tho coutraot for building the Dopot
for tho St. LouU & Southeastern Hail
way, atShawneetown, has been given
to Jacob G Heck.
A delegation, composed of railway
and other business men, was sent from
Shawueotown to Paduoali, last week, to
conter with the business meu of that
city, in regard to tho (shipment pf the
products of that aeotioo over the
Synngjleld, and' Illinois Southeastera
Railway to tho eastern markets.
3Ir. W. M. Priestly has been ap
poiuatiwter at, Metropolis, to fill
the tineipirfid term of Col, If, F.
A diffioulty occurred between John
llaily and Joseph Harrington, two
young men of Metropolis, on Tuesday,
tho 11th, in regard to a young lady.
The former fired a pistol .-11011111110'
latter, the ball taking effect just below
.11 . .
me ureast none, the murdered man
died within an hour, flatly is in con
finement and will have a prclimiunry
trial 011 the LT) tli int.
Another shooting alfray occurred in
.VI fl.fl-.rt f,si.. iiLii mi 'I iliiuiliii A1'liinn
.-.VU;.ui.OTi mi iutj'iuj i.iv.i..ij,
last. Tho iwi-ticitmnts were Hen llaro
field mid a man itaincd
The affair occurred at a dance.
"When young Harcfield took his
place on tho floor," says tho Metropolis
Thiur. '('nviiii'toii drew u wMol and
commenced tiring at him, hitting liiin
once in thu brcnt , in the iiit'aiiwhile
some one handed B.iiolicld a i-tol and
he coinineiiccd firiii" uho, one of hw
balU inflicting a (le-li wound on Coving
ton, who iniuiediutely turned exclaim.
Hi" "that lie wa- not. on wuicli a
irother of m ran up behind llarcfield
and shot him twice in the back ; by
this time llarcfield wus too weak to holtl
tiiitol .nid tho Covington made
eir ("fa i.e. i oiiiil' liaretictu wan
irought home on tho packet Wedues
y, and it lying in a critical condition,
ut hope ol I111 iccovcry lire held by
idiVficians. Since writing the
above we learn that
one of the Coving-
ton- ha- Ixn focurcd
A Nad ArrliSanS Tlin luamtr Aavlui
romnslaslonara Jiinealivrn JmII llox
Fariorr IlasrospcrSSva Vle of
1 ttlsu SnuulXf esc,
Anna, Feb. 17, 1S7I,
T..M' KIU.tr of the Gi.ro ItiiUrtiu.
A -All A.CCIUENT
occurred here on tbu evenlnR of the Uth
Inst. A young man named llrllc;c, a
resident of Vienna, III., csmo tin en tho
evening freljrbt train. He ws asleep
when the train mine In and awoke Just
after It tSrtej to leave. Jteins tartel
from sound 'lumber, nnd nil more thnn
half awake hn ran to the door and made a
despcrsto leap Into tho dark. Tbn renH
was a compound fracture of the U, both
bones broken below the kuco In threo
placet, sonveroly as tj render tbe saving
oftb ltmb doubtful. Dr. Uodds Is at
tending the patient.
0lK IX-AMK ASTf.l'M rOMMISIOVKIt
siy tlint the statement of your Sprlnuflcld
corresKndcut, rnlstivo to tbo disposition
of the money that has come Into their
hands, Ii Inaccurate. It Is said that "Sis-
urut won't lie, ' yet they aro sometimes as
deceptive us the Heathen Chinee.
Tlis coiiiinlioncrs In their rcport)nnd in
correction (although not formally Inter
viewed") msko adldcrent showing of the
expenditures, and deny that any l,bsl
Unco'' has aconded toward thu zenith
through that metallc tuba down which the
gentle rain descends, and up which o
much ,publle money t;o-, aud round
which the woolbino twlneth. A f;reatdeal
of time, money, ''p-jr dleins, ', IneldentaW,
Are., were unavoidably consumed boforu
the bvuliiiii was imulo and work com
rnenced. One of your correspondent coins to
think that tho JIOO.OOO asked for to Xln-
lli tho Asylum U exnrbitunt. It It. it
laryo sum, but tho vnt Iinportunee uf Jlio
iiulldini; and the great need tlio
ntftio nss lor it, eerininiv war
rant thu npprupri'itliri. Tiieru aio
some tlfteeu hundred Iti'iuit perrons
in till Sluto 1 11 ore tlixti llio pres.
ent Inxtltutlous for tbr.o unfortunates can
provide lor. Not even the now State
House I- more needed or necessary to tho
wants nnd credit of thy Statn than this
Speaking of important public buildings
brio;:, mo around nh cly to tho
.IONlllllll0 J All.,
in thought wli-ro 1 hopo never to bo
bronglit incarnate. This lil.torlo edifice
li, at projent, ten.tntless, Tho Janitor
wundori through Its lonely roonu
tramps up nnd down its corridors nnd
iVels l.ke nut' who treat, atone
'onto lisuiet hill ile.rrlt'il "
HI "u.-eiipatlon't gone" and iinle sonio
iniiiijliiy "petitioners'' nre captured nnd
brought in to expiate, their "con
tempt" within th
It will lo.o
titlltt.lltir.t l.siatMa I
ill I is im v m i t'ti "t,t a
lu pre.tigo and
being empty half of tlio time, full to
show cause why n new and ctpunslre Jail
should bo built. I
There Is a l.vrgu army of 'petitioners"
whose title to liberty N '-olouded,'' at the
lawyer, say of laud title?, by tho threat of
arrest, which hangs llko Impending doom
over their devoted heads. Thu Irascible
Judge who commuted tha indiscretion of
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commuting inren in umj oust livikjih iu
jail for merely proonling a respectfully
worded petition to fiild court, declared
that he would tend for the absentees whoo
names appeared, fdgnqd to saii petition
and have them pa.3 in solemn review
before him, to receive such T sentence of Jail
and imprisonment as tho court may
direct, Yt) presume that tho threatened
"reign of terror" will not commonco
until the new hastilo Is linhhed and ready
t) rcclevo the thousand and one recusant
petitioners. .So moto it be. Bolab.
John Cover has purchased tho necassary
innchlnery oml will soon lmvo a lsrgo
attacbod to bis steam -aw mill. ThW will
gratify our fruit-grower'.
Kvery good denoerst i plwcd to
know that the story published In the St.
LouU JltuublUtH and pretty gonerally
circulsled bore that our rtntetentattvo
I If -i . t 1 . . 1 T , a.
1 jiuu, , j, jticn una voteu lor iAigu,
Tbo-tory gruwoutofa typographical
error. It whs Klconot Rich.
I.ut weak XsulvUofraptittcd
the hardy old pioneer who counts or
uio nitnarca jineai:decenanu. taaepn'
ces nro n proline ismliy. 1 no Meat sob
of t ho worthy patriarkh has raarttl acraa-
m m -Ml
(eun cblldran and still I(vtMa worthy and
enterprising rlt!r.on'. Woaldn'tlr b l.
lenvtlng tonoo thfl whole finally, (they art)
excellent people) asiembUd all the llttla
. sT -.13
-anel.es gathered around the partattrteT
'I his week's Anna Adetrtmtr has a
lir.TKOHl'r.CTIVK VIKW or UISIOX COtnTT
which Is reryetkakcaptthaiVitrisoma
parts ambiguous and frequently partisan
In tone. He says
"During the rebellion aha
Willi thoe clalmlm; to' M.refuaaa f
the South and wu lived in almost a relen
There Is no logical connacttoa betweaa
thn two parts of this sentence
gcs had nothing to do with tha excitement
and lawlossne.s that prevailed. They
came here, fleeing from ruined homes sad
af urrntlnn manv nt t)nvt mt
" . v a laa-aa suviss ssw IVIS 1 W
the inilltitry autborltltSjamaJerlty of them
womon and children and nearly all of them
friendless, pnnlles wandsrars, brokaa in
spirit and In health. I hare nevar htard
of a murder, or robbery, or oqtraga, traced
to a refugee. i,or the, "ralgn of tsjrror,"
tho tK6r refuges were not to Uatne. tTke
real csuso Is revealed by tha next para
"liiingt wont on tuts warunt Un Ion
county was looked upon as a session holsy
and all Its Inhabitant tosltor;. 8oidj,
u ro sviii so been unwn an aasuotMirauoa
ui mi, iiiv iiiunuiwm nr lumcita iu
c . i. - i i. r. i. . . - v- j. . i
su.nected hit nelrhkfir hr-Ktnw'Stii r.ma I
itirui,- nun iiiiiiri.uiiiiinui uillll.FVPfT man I
o. all this ilimcullv.
1'ubllc opinion In tbo north part of the
State was manufactured br tha OhicssM
Trt6'i' nnd Its confreres until Egypt
cniuo to lie "looked, upon as a secession
hole." ltidlcsl rnlircpre'entntlon and
sensation lies brought tlio public mind to
that conclusion. At for liistnncu on
sjirlng morning in 1803 an old man, Xeoly
(Copperhead) aud ti young man, Nash,
(Kudlcal i quarrelled uliout n piece of meal
at thn butcher.
lllotvs en.uud Nuh buldlv ran home
and arrived himself with an old rusty.
Ingle barreled pistol, came down the
trcct, snau'gering and threatening llko
ancient Pistol himself mid with heroic
fortitude advanced and shot old man Nee
ly. The ball struck n rib, gUncod around
and lodged uoar tbo tplno from whence It
was removed without trouble. The old man
was out In u few days and thu young man
went immediately Into tho xrmy. The
Tribnnt announced "another dastardly
outrage In Kypt. ' "An old mail shot to
death In tho town of Jonesboro aud
dragged through tho streots, for no other
otfeiuo than that he was a Union man !"Ate.
That was how "things went on'' until "sol
dier' were cot to keup down any demon
stratlom of war." Rvery drunken row or
tight that occurred svas UlagulHed into a
(juoth tbo A'lrtrtlttr:
"Kspuclally did Republicans feI thu full
weight ot the terrors thai, thsu spread
thuir black wings as a pall over our bet
I oauuot romemlier that a sltiftleKepub-
licau wa. ovor depriyod of life or liberty
during thoiu times when terrors wera
weighty. A numbar of deserters from tho
army i,men wno nui voiuntaerea ,wltu
full fait It In the promises ot tha leaders
"that tli war was prosecuted
not for purposos of conquest nor for the
abolition of alavery, but to restore the
Uuloa, and fouling that they had been
if.ipnl vmlaitAiHrtt .,mulinl.i .mv ,1,111. I
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ty. neverai persona ioji msir lives in
trying to arrest these dojerters. Ono man i
wuo nau uucoyerca tunir piece ot fonagt.
vous and betrayed it "to the' soldiers, was J
waylaid and killed by thaso hunted and
desperate men near '.'dug-alll." Another,
A fr liannit wlitln mlaaJIsia mnm, Aflasrv. '
sssiu avaaii utll xsillO Jf
tured deserters, was overpowered by them
and murdered, These victims may hare
boon Republicans, hut they were not killed
for that reason, but for tho same reasons
that sheriffs, policemen aad detectives are
sometime slain while attempting to per
form their duty, Tho following Is unique;
" Men who dltTered from each other ia
political matters were watched with, a most
scare nmgv eye, hpu quito a numBer; w.re
shot down llko wild beasts. "
"Who stood afar oil' aud ''watched
with carohlng oye," these, men
who "differed with each other In
political matters" end,, which class was
"shot down llko wild beasts?"
I saw one man, a wealthy aud, .re;
spoctablti merchant 'of Jonosboro and av
HIIOT TO PKATH
in tba streets of Anna, by a half drunken
soldier. Ho wu riding quietly in bis
own wagon and dUiurbing no otm, when
the soldiar without OTen as much mnlng
as a rattle snsko gives Its victim com
menced tiring at htm. Tlio wagon, In
which Mr. Proro, ti ttufdered man was
riding psssod on until In front of Mr.
Dsvles1 stor when Proro got out not In
the least exdUd, and .went into the store.
Meanwhlls tfaTo loldlehsd.arcid threo or
four times at him alii!'' following htm Into
tha store, ran up cios to-Provo who was
inarmed and defenceless and shot
hit ttroth- tha'bTslB,' M11ln
klm Instantly.11 The - "'soldier was
Mvorsly punished. AfUir a long pursuit,
tomocItUens arrested him and ho was
placed 1b Jail at JonWboro. 'HtxL morn
In a Vsgltmiat of Soldiers inrestivl our
town. ar. noiaiar was taken irom me
ail and sumsaarlly tent back to hit. reg!
Ona of bur clUxaas who struck Mr.- Sol
dle'rorer tha' k'aasl for -try Inf. to! shoot
those wkocaaM to arrast Dim, was sent to
a mllltary.priaesi -for striking a soldier,"
hpi" "d than discharged
wllfcUKv Trt Xdrrtkrnyni
I Usantlii fllt'satlMta,filphnirfSfH miuk
I tally if U tletlwaa Bapahlioan. '
I lataauisTefaf "Vo Republicans ware
I With all dueipect to our town paper,
I Tentura to Bvaathasa criticisms. -
Latlaa daasl ms( harsr the' dead and let
us quirtastidjig abosK aid gtleyaaee;. K.
AJa4kr ExeltlBf Day, fa th Arttaam
TIsa YUi Taltkaakaf aad Bteadahed lau
I Jokaaaa la tava Aiaaastaat aad ClayUa
I Harnaasted by Ml MtaiMft.
Chief Jastke MeCIars I as peached aad
the Tate Beetaslaerftd.
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I Tfca Ou .WarrasHa Oura la, the Ha-
f l) tpvCtlmttS t
THIt ffcOT TIUCKK.SH.
LiTTLK'SpcKj ITabruary la-'heiiea..
aU.aaet at 10 o'clock, and on tuotioa ofhlr.
andiey, Mr. Hsrber- was calM to tha
Chair. Tha roll was called, aud only
t&lrtcen Senators, (be earn aa on r eater
day, answered U their names, lacklog ona
of a quorum. Tbo prosldlog officer An
nounced no quorum present, Mr. Hndley
moved to adjourn to 10 a. m, Monday.
Mr, Fnersou Mr. President, I have a
motion here I deflra to offer, (holding a
piece of paper In hlshand.)
Presiding officer, (taking no notlco of
Friersoa) Alt in favor of adjournment
will answer ayo. Kvery Senator on'tbe
Clayton slde'answersf I uye, and the fienste
wu declared adjourned.
Mr. Frler.oii-. This Is
A PAVXAHI.K 01 I'KAOJt
on our rignts, inumoii, tingentiemaulv
and unparliamentary. At thts polut tho
board of managers on the impeaohiiient
of tho Governor appeared at the bar, but It
was announced to them that '.ho.Seiiatu
bad adjouruod, aud they again bad to re
tiro without proclaiming ttiV hnpoaeliment
of Governor Clayton.
In tbo House, immediately after the
journals were 'read, Mr. Padgett laid he
again had to rise to one of those questions
, of priviltgi) for thu purpoeo of presenting
! article or liupeachipont against .lohn .Me.
dure, Chief Justice of thn Supremo
Court. On yeiiterday, ha said, tbo govrr
'I. i. organ had stated that there Merit
i.ii'k Milrteon minutes between forty of
them aud eternity. To-day it nJre Its
friends to pick their inyu and go for tbow
before .tho trap falls., U do.lnxi to do
all ho could for the, people. Willi that
view he prescntod thca article. If wo
tnu.t incur tho rcijioiiilblllty of inciting
revolution, It matters not at what time,
THK TK.r fAi.l.
For fimr it may Iki sprung too quick, be
would again follow the illustrious example
iftk. fiLwl..Ntlib..wl... 1. au ...hu..j . I
tji tmf .v....w. " . . . i ,twji (MWTrta. (IIO
previous q iestion on the impeachment
article's against tho Lieut-Governor, and
move thu previous question on tha adop
tion of his articlsa before faking his seat.
Thu amendments are as follows:
WtWeus, John McClure, Justine of the
Supreme Court of Arkansas, I guilty of
high crimes aim misdemeanors ;
1st. I u that he has engaged In
with Oot. Powell Clayton and others, to
unlawfully and maliciously dtsrlvo
Lieut. .Uoveraor James M. Johnsou of hla
efloe asWld Lieut, Oovernor, to which aa'
traadaly ,eiaeted by the people of A'rkan.
ss, and quali&od according to law, ,
2d- In that ho has' bargained for pay
inent and bribery to influence His actions
and, daattlosM as a Justice of said Supreme
Court, at divers timet, and on variosa
ooeaslans, all contrary Mo law,' and tha
Constitution of the 'fi'talo v'f Arkeusas.
3d. Is that ha hw aa Chief' Justice of
lha Hiipremo Court of the Btata or Arkan
sas, Hjfi' a writ of maadamus without
authority asvslia violation of law aud tha
wassjUtAliest of ths) slUte of Arkansas, upon
SidlofsJWfeVaor James' U. Johnsett, now'
acting Qorernor of tho State of Arkansas,
by Wraott of. Gbrornor Powell Clayton
having Un ImjTcached'liy tho Hodse of
nepresentauvet, and said rowell Clayton
suffarlng under said dliahllltles and pro
tending to restrain said Lieutenant Gov
ernor Jobnton from performing the func
tions of said nfflcc, that pte,mng a rc
markablo and unwarrantable caso of one
co-ordinate department of the government
attempting to restrain another by a writ
of mandamus, all with an unlawful and
Corrupt design to retard tha opmtlont of
the Stato government, and in contemjA of
this House, therefore, I move that John
McCluro, Chief Justice of the Supremo
Court of tho State of Arkansas, bo nnd ho
Is hereby Impeached of hlgti crimes and
ml'domcanors In office, nnd he is hereby
suspended from exercising furthor the
functions or Ills offlce, as provided by tno
Constitution of tho Stato of Arkansas.
Tho noxt motion announces the Hoard
of Managers, being tlio tamo as In thocaso
of impeachment of Governor Clayton.
Then followed, for three hours, Hill
bustering, tho minorltv giving an exhibi
tion of parliamentary tactics, having
seemingly no other object than a ett!ed
purpose to delay action, except to resolve
itself Into a Court of Appeals, and having
organized purposely for each member to
be excused from voting and appealing
from'the decision of the Chair; keeping up
Interminably a series of votes by yens and
nays on tho most frivolous pretexts,
thereby subjecting tho Speaker to severo
trials of patience, in putting repeatedly
the same questions and antworlng ab
surdities having no bearing whatever, and
which wera Intended, obviously, to retard
submission to the main question.
finally, noar 4 o clock, the veto was
taken on the main question, which adopt-
al the articles by a vote of
roCRTY-roun to thirty.
The rote was then reconsidered and laid
on the table.
Mr. Padgett then o (To red n resolution
reciting that Powell Clayton having bocn
Impeached by tho ITouso of Representa
tives, refused to surrender the orllco of
overnor, and memoriallxlmr tho Pres
ident of tha United States and Congress to
guarantee to tho people of Arkansas a
HKrUBLICAK rORM 01' O0VKRNMKNT,
and to protect the peeplo from tho usurp
ations of Tbwoll Clayton and his confed
erate. Under the rules, tho resolution Hot
Th Mmm then avijunrnest lu .Sfulidnr.
The Supremo Court mot at 10 o'clock.
Tbo Sharif reported that he had been un
able to get personal sorvico on tho Lleu
tenant Governor to answer why tho In
junction of the Chief Justice to prevent
him from acting us Governor should not
bo mado permanent, but ho had left tho
uotico at his room.
Tho Attorney General thuu movtd to
take judgment by default. Chief Justice
McCluro uia'du thu order, but Justices
Harrison and Gregg entering their protest
the court retired for a privato conference
and soon returned with tho announcement
that personal tervlco was necessary Tho
court tlion took up the
U.t0 WAUKANTO CAijK.
It Is generally understood that It was their
determination to decide this case bofore
the article of Imneachtaunt could be
patted against Justice "McCluro in the
House, hence the flllibustering pf the Clay
ton men in the House, but the lawyers of
Mr. Johnton kept such a continual talking
that the court could not, with any propri
ety or decency, ttop them.
They Anally after o'oclock, over an
hour and a half after the Houio had ad
Journed, moved for a Jury to try tho matter 1
A..!--I . t tit . '
ni toot 111 iiie iiajQ 01 mo i.iouioitum liov
ernor. Thl confounded tho Court nnd It
adjourned to 10 a. m., Mondav. IVunow
have two Governor', and will probably
have two Justices by Monday.
oi.ayton IIKKI'iKh To mmiuknukii
his office and It I understood flint .McCluro j
will do the sumo thing. It Is thought I
that .Ioliaton will appoint a incco'sor to 1
Mcluiire at once. In tho meantime Olay-
ton has a strong guard n round his hnuo
and is swearing in all' tho mlllti.i he can
get, though that Is low. The people are I
all on the side of Johnson. lt It Inipossi- '
blototell what will transpire ly Mon
lyniii the Now Inrk H.vulil.
A noiaoio meeting took place at Ann '
Arbor, Mich , a week or two ago, when, for .
hiia Mist. blUJO, .nina AiiiiB) ifiuailisuil ailtl
Miss Lillian S. Kdgarton laid eyes upon
each other. They were counterparts long
sundered, (he former being as all tho world
knows, a pretty, petulant, llery littlo bru
nette, and the latter an Imperial blonde, n
massive AJruna maiden, who might havo
sung to the "wolves or the Uolht" in search
a t srit
oi Asgsru. .-nits sicsinscn
unajaching nuvocate ol woman
rlitht to vote, but Mist Kdirarton
womon thould not bo enfranchised, for a
long Umo they had viiiuly yearned for
A.nk asIi,. -ktit at ni.it at a hotel
R nti.,r ; hut at lu.t .ik-u ml al a liotul
In Aon Arh6r, hd, ecii ext Mining" "lis.
she," they ruhod like torrents to ouch,
others arms;' or, rather, lha suporb blondo I
opened her'armi and tho Sim 11 brunette I
nestled within them, purring lika a' littlo I
hrMai hlttess. Henceforth they would bS
sittersaad iba last tkat was seea'of thorn M
was a Bum oi mo oruneiieiuunr on the
blond's' knee, while both slsncd from tha
tarns tumbler a liquid which tho Ingenious
houlvderk called a .hot. lemoaad J'with
"Who co Crazt. Tho statistical results
compiled by tho Superentcndent of tho
Statu Lunatic Hospital at Barrlsburg,
Pa., offer much food for thought. 01 the
2,018 patlonts who have been treated
thero, only 1,201 havo been females,
liotwecn tho ago of twenty to thirty, in
sanity was developed in more males and
females than for nnyothor decade In tha
scalo of life. Of tho 2,918, there were 684
married men, 890 single, and widowers.
Of women, there woro 47 single, 638
nmrricJ, and loll widowea. mere were
1,342 married against 1343 slngli persons.
One enso was admlttou after fifty years of
insanity. Tho occupation, list shows 620
farmers,- 4C9 laborers. 14) phy
sicians 20 toachurs. lo preachers,
editor, l artist, 10 lawyers, 1
muuclan, 'JO blacVtmUhs, 41 carpentera
5 j ; cIorV , lOmachlnlsU, 47 merchants, 21
tailors, 32thMmUcrs, and 118 wttbout.oc
cupution. Or Urn nsmen, 018 were house
wive, 59 daugtcrs ot tarniers, 121 do
mestics, 3 housckeopers, 8 .milliners, 2a
seamstresses, 14 teachers, and 4l6"wlthout
occupation. In tho assigned causes of in
sanity. 32'J aro sot down to 111 health. 251
domcstto trouble, 2 grief, 4 mlllerlsm, 2
spiritualism. 3 excessive study. 11 dissn-
nolntmont. 39 over exertion. HSeDlltnsy,
23 fright, 81 Intemperance, tfrelltlous ex-
oltoment, 7f? ptinrperal, 10 opium catlog,
0 loss uf sleep, lo disease or the brain, 2
business failure, 0 anxiety; 880 trouble.
OH disordered menstruation,' 18 Injury to
tho head. 4 lost of mnnnv. 1! Ill trSatmant.
93 excesses, 2 novel reading, 10 sunstroke,
1 each to jealousy, wounded pride, and
want of occupation, S3 publlc'excitement,
o pecuniary troubfo, and 1.3S8 without
special causo assigned.
A lady in Portland (according to tba
Pre), "whoso husband was tbo most dis
tinguished statesman, with perhaps tha
oxcoptlonof the lato Sonntor Fastenden,
who ever represented Maine in ua na
tional Legislature," has an autograph al
bum which Is or ImniJl value as a meme-
rial of tho leading men of nearly, half a
century ago. In It am Inscribed the
names of John Qulncy Adams, Henry
Clay, Daniel "Webstar, John C. Calhoun,
Theudorn Frellnghusen, Horace Blnney,
Trlslem llurgess, IVIUIatn. C. Preston,
tvlwunl Kvorclt, winneld Wcott, j.Uavif,
Jiartin an Jiuren, .(osepn ntroor,
Charles Dickens. Robert U. tWlathrop, J.
J. Crittenden, .ludgo 'ayne, Thomas
Kwlng Leonard Woods, 0. S. Davis,
Lord Ashburton, Hugh Lcga He ratio
Stcbblns, Thomas Worcester, and many
others famllliar to all professions. Many
of them wroto verses rind aentlments, but
most of them simply tholr names. Bcfare
his namo Washington Irving wrote,
"'ury respectfully; yonrob't terv't," and
John P. Kennedy writes' Immediately aa
derneath, "l entirely agree with Irving."
Retween tho names of Kverctt and "Web
ttor appears thlt romarkablonotercrSafim:
Mrs. of Main requests tbo hunter
from tho wot to wrlto his namo in her
"Ilcr curiosity shall bo gratified by a
seiitimont wishing hor holtli and hapinost
and a safe arlval athor residence with her
family and friends
JOHM' COAI. YARD.
FOOT OF ELEVENTH STREET
Mount Curbs , Du Qattlai aaj
A good Ntsppl)' on Uaud.tvttst slallrerea
la assy start mt the atSjr.
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JAMUS ROSS. Proa'r.
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Yard txluvr ttse St. t'lusrlea
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