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" M rtTHM. ZoS MOM J. U. E. T.
gHE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1871.
F. S. M UUR AY,
GAS AND STEAM F1TTFAI
has removed wom rr
on-OMTK WINTERS CLOCK,
B has rreillf Impr i
our on liana a.i kii
etd liis mora, iuj
UK HAS MARKKD I)OW WSICKS
ro a !-- ""D:
"WOOD I KOOD I ! WOOD II l
HARD AND DRY WOOD
,4'lirni,lf not Cli(-nier
rt,.n n wood dealer In Cairo, Lente orders
' ika mt l'r.tofl1re and at Itov cox
lard, on Commercial arcnue, between Tenth am
Tuelfth -.treetP, Cairo. Illinoli. I Kite gooi
ineaanre and will crd tho wood up f deaire.1.
V. M. WARD,
WOOD AN.D COAL
M. VARf ! prejiared to rieliier the beat
" ;i rr Wood and edone Coal
IN ANT PART Or THE CITV,
An 1 in any quantity deired, on short notice.
COAL DKLIVKI'.KI) at $4.M i-kk ton
uFHICK-Orer lleerwart, Orth - Co.'a More.
Inoilmir? alnc Hi corner iifKlghth Mroet and
Uiminercul aienue. deceit
TiiuuiiAT Mor.Ni.vo, Skit. 7, 1871.
IUII.N II. OllF.HI-V. KMtoa nuI'inuiiiR.
TlBM! Cr llir. ItllT IlllLtTIN!
ii r week, by earner
line citr !-y carrier, In adi ante 10 J
'lie month. by mail S
Th ironllu -m - -I- SS
n war, fc W
7V.I vfirviL paptrcj AlcrnnUr rcmnfj and 1 Ac fill oj
Oiw ; the onlumorninf ihitu in Southern Itlinoti ;
11 inilj-mralr yiutnnl; timdl, lut fcirleai ; out.
.;J.n on nil tuhjtctt cj interett tu the yuUic ;
uil ntnrge ajvlinertastng firru&ifion, the JtuUe
(in wlifiti the iitmhngt ut intiUtjtnt rm ltrt nnl
TIIK DOLLAH WEEKLY 11ULLET1N.
John II. oljorly A Co. tv.wo ro-tucpl the
ti-riptiuii pnr nf tho Weekly Cairo llnllfti to
Oie USIarpt --tum, making It tho eluajicst Jia
.cr .iiWiiln'.t In Southern Illinois.
Fur I'rtudtnt, b"'2,
JAMES R. D00L1TTLE,
Vye to the dccxuon 0 the iitltounl dem
lTh- Hew Yurit W01M on Kunitur I)oolitilc
"IHh ncord is so consistent and tmtar
wilted that it may be likened to a utrai'jht
tine drawn across a jntzzle a clear beam,
tinswerred by the jluctnaiinj atmosphere
vf American politics, through the pint
I rom a h bj S'littar jtUttle, JtUcere.1 at lie
troit, in iw-'i.
"l.-"t 111 act by the South an Camillm proj.opl to
I'll km j'i'ujjii" en i-iiiiiiin aiier inoy iian ri
Ii I" I nnnt Home nnd had h-en put iloivn by
llir urmii-a ol that power. When the (juextion
nr.-emtlie finite: 'What htull 1 done with
I. t 11 111 tin t the pe )!(' vt LttiurnV there were
h. eim there h - hhoutol : "C'onhr cate their
I i' p rty; makethmi ulavui." There waf, how
hit, ii'in that diy whn wouhl havu miule them
I.... to thtirow n (Uim. Hut Camillu, whoe
I of 11 unglw linn ha tnnde lilu nameiin
""'"I, id- 'enatorn, let us make them fellow-i-
t r.u, hiiI tliin lull to the power and i;hry ol
U"iu ' Let ti, now that they hae laid Uowo the
rni i.f their mtx-llion mi 1 have renewed their
nliij enre to the union and the flag, make the
- "iilurn joplo our fellow-cituern-, and thua
ill to the power an lal.irv of the nation."
OS THE W1NO-AT 1IIB HtTII TIIK LATE
1IIII.II0AII IHiiA.TKIt-rl NKItAL OF KKV.
l.il. OANNETT-l'AVK Molt IltB THE 8T.
,.1 r.,rre.r.)n'lene of tho Cairo llullo'ln.1
pinura 111 . tos, Mm , 1
Heptomber I, 1871. J
ON THE WINO.
a , you Hillnoticoby tlio lioaJIng of our
il'lici, . . ,
.i-llni" around tlio amo n ntimoor 01
Jy wews ito "slgl'H" ""J enjoying
HE LATE TERRIULK RAILROAD SLAUGH
TER. All tlio ok tlio city impcr havo, liccri
full of tlio last dreadful railrond luugliUr,
liich lianpcncHl u wcoV go to-morrow,
only n fow miles from tlio city, wliero nn
inrcss. train, eolnc nt tno ipecu 01 ion)
mllo8 an hour, ruihcd intonn accommoda
tion train jutt starting from a iiuiiun-iuu
engino oi tho formor burying iUolf in n
mass ofmcn, women ana cmiurcn tear
ing through a car, ovcry scat of which was
not only occupied, but tiio pasiagc-way it.
sclfndcnso mass of uumai. ooinga. iou
havo read the full accounts by telegraph
of thetwcnty-flvo;thnt were taken out dead,
and at many moro wounded, many of
whom will die. Tho coroner's Inquest is
now being held, and will bo full and rig
id. Somo ono has "blundered" who
should pay tho penalty "lot justlcobodono
though tho heavens fall." Tho funeral
of one of tho victims, Rov. Dr. E. S. Gan
nett, took plac yesterday, nnd was a sad
ly mournful occasion. Tho interior of his
church (Arlington street, Unitarian,) was
heavily draped in mourning; the altar
was covered with black velvet j in tho cen
ter, bohind tho pulpit, a whilo cross, and
nt tho baso of tho proachor's desk a largo
boouct of whilo roso buds nnd trailing
vines of smilax. Nearly all tho mlnistori
of tlio city, of nil denominations, were
present by invitation, and tho coromonies
wcra of tho most solemn nature Dr. Gan
nett, at tho timo of his death, was the old
est clergyman in Boston who was evor
pastor of a church here, and was beloved
HACK TO THE CITr.
Tho cool, pleasant weather of tho past
week has tnndo quite a scattering at tho
summer places of resort, and tho many
brown faces flushed with tho ruddy hue
of health ono meets on tho streets, show
that the return tldo of travel is sotting in.
The hotels nnd streets are crowded from
morn till night, ono struggling mass of
humanity. Wo had tho curiosity tc-day
to count the ladies nlone, old nnd young,
great nnd small, thut passed n given point
(cor. Fremont l'.ow und Pcmbcrton
square) for n space of twenty minutes, re
sult ono hundred nnd twenty; this would
make thrco hundred nnd sixty nn hour,
nnd tuking ten hours as h fair sample
(which is about tho length of lime this
move continues back nnd forth) every day,
would make n total of thirty-six hundred
females, to sav nothing of the number of
the stronger sex that pass und repass
during Unit timo and this but ono out of
many such points on Fremont, Honoron,
Washington, Summer, Winter nnd many
other streets. You know the old refrain,
" ItoHlon Kirl with pretty f.ices,
I'rvaed to doath trimmed with lacen,"
ui tlio yreat Charlie l'lltlerling would say,
" Dat ish so."
As we said nbovo, tho streets aro not
only full but the hotels are crowded to
where we are staying, puts away over
thrco uunJrcu ovcrv night, und turns
way nearly or quite hulf as many more.
We unvo been hero every season fur tho
pu.st Gftecn years nnd never wcro able to
get u room immediately without tele
graphing in iidvntice, which we took tho
precaution to do this time or wo should
have been left out in tho cold. This is
twlco n week for a guid pro quo, or in
olher words, fifty cents a ticket. You
know it is said tho only objection a Uos
Ionian has to going to Heaven Is that their
big organ will not bo thoro.
THE FALL TRADE
has opened quito briskly. Many trior
chants are hero from tho west and south
purchasing their winter slock.
Wo visited, to-dny, tho largo fish-pack
ing hojso of Franklin, Snow & Oo., who
tiso tho wholo of T wharf (or tholr exten-
sivo operations. On ono sfdo of tholr, lofty!
wnrcnouso wcro vessels dolivorlng their
cargoes of codfish, Jmnckorol nnd horring
directly into tho. building, and on tho oth
er wero vessels rccoivlne tho same, marked
for all prominent points west and south.
Tho trade of this ono house nlono nmounts
to over ono million dollnrs per venr. and
yet thii is but ono of 11 liko number, hero
engaged in the tamo trade.
Si nco loaving Vormont wo miss the
Cairo pnpen, and of courso aro entirely in
tbo dark as regards tho O. &. V. It. 11.,
which wo blnccroly hopo is not in n liko
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
Wo do hoar, however, good re
ports in regard to tho "Saint Charles'
and know it is woll dosorvod. The present
proprietor, F. D. ltoxford, Esq., has boon
to considorablo expense in renovating nnd
refitting, and deserves success. Wo do
not hesitate to say that outsldo cf Chicago
with tho exception, perhaps, of tho Lo
land, at Springfield, there is no house in tho
State that has better accommodations, oris
more porfoct in all tho appointments of a
first-class hotel than your own Saint
Charles, and it ought lo bo a source of
pride lo cvory man, woman and child in
Cairo to know, that notwithstanding the
ups and downs of Cairo, lis days of pros
perity and its dark days of adversity, this
houso has kept on in tho oven tenor of its
way, when overy other hotel in tho place
that has had on existence of over two
years, has oithor changed hands, failod,
thut up or burnt up. During all this
time, a poriod of nearly twolvo year", tho
Saint Charles has been blesied by many
and cursed by others, for thoro is
always a certain class of traveling
idiots "won compos tntntos," who
think the world in general and
hotels, and landlords in particular, are
mado for their especial benefit, and who im
agino that nothing good can cotno out of
Egypt, especially n hotel. Thank heavon,
they constitute) but a small portion of the
liberal traveling public, still thcro aro
enough of thoso miserable parasites to an
noy a taint. Tho hotel it not yet built,
and tho landlord yet unborn that can suit
thorn. We know that
wo beg pardon, wo moan
which, however, is the samo thing, of tho
St. Charles, will como as near filling the
bill ns human nature will allow.
To-morrow we are on" for
nnd from thero to tho "nutmeg state."
As ever, hopefully,
J. U. E. T.
Shirt waists aro very fashionable.
Polonaises will bo worn this Wintor.
Silk dresses will bo trimmed with sat
in this year.
Swiss muslin aprons aro worn with
very dark dresses.
Pink and blno as match colors havo
Guipuro laco will bo in voguo this
oven moro than last year.
Our great grandmother's stylo of
uatr-uressing is coming into lasnion
Tho wearing of jewelry in tho street,
even bracelets, is said to be coming
for uuornoon wear in tlio houso aro
HKNATOn TIIURMAN ON THE AMENDMENTS
ALUUMrLlMHED FACTS" THE NEW
C'OLUMnUfl. Aiirf.. Jtl m?l t., 1.1.
speech last night Senator Tliur'innn said :
"ow my frionds, It lias been common
for tho Kcinibllcnil tlartv nf ll.l. rniinlri'
to say that tho Domocrats lmvo tnken n
now departure, nnd that now departure,
thoy allege, consists in saying that wo
have been wrong and tho Kopublieans
havq been right. I say thcro never has
been! any suoh confession ns thnt. Wo
aro ns much opposed to whnt lias been
dono as when wo gave our vo'.cs ngalnst
11. ny, iij. snoniu soo a man striko
another in an unlawful nndbiutal man
ner in tlio street, throttlo him, knock him
down nnd trespass upon his rights, nnd I
should sco his wounds nnd bruises, nnd sco
him bleeding, 1 should bo compelled tosny
thnt ho was down nnd blooding, but who
would call that n confession that tho vil-
nin who outraged him lind dono what
was proper, hatighlcr.j ho, wuon tneso
men threatened the Constitution nnd ru
ined tho poaco of tho country; when thoy
mado the South almost ns ruinous n in
tho midst of tho wnr, wo remonstrated and
opposed them, and now, because wo can
not deny thnt the v havo done it: becauso
wo cannot ilonv that tlio thine lias been
accomplished; localise wo aro compelled
to admit tho fact, that tho reconstruction
laws havo bcon oxecuted, and that amend
ments to tho Constitution fustcned upon
us, wore told that wo admit the P.adicals
wero right nnd wo roro wrong: that's
logic for you.
Ylion tho fourteenth amendment to tho
Constitution was passed, wo opposed it.
wnyuiu woopposo itf uo:auso it pro
vided that nil pcoplo of tho United States
uouiu 00 equal ueioro tno law t xiicro is
lot ono Democrat from tho Ohio river to
Canada not ono in tho United States-
thai opposed it on any such grounds.
That lias always been tho law in tho Stato
of Ohio; that has always been tho law in
tho Northern Stntos.
Tho Domocrats. ho snld. onnoscd the
fourteenth amendment first, uccnuso of
its disfranchising clauses; becauso it dis
franchised tho men of influence, of intel
lect, of education, wheso aid was most ncc-
cessary to restore ncaco to tlio South. Sec
ond, becauso tlio language was nmbigu
out, and was such ns would cnablo nn am
bitious President nnd Congress to usurp
tho power that belongs to tho individual
States, and to ovorthrow every one of tho
reserved rights of tno people 01 tlio states.
And were wo not right for it Wo
understood tho ambiguous and looso lan
guage of that amendment, nnd th.U infa
mous Ku-Klux bill was passed under n
firetenso of authority derived, from that
0039 and ambiguous language. If this in
terpretation wero correct, tho President
would havo power in the State of Ohio to
dlsplaco tho Governor, dethrone tho Leg
islature, turn out 01 oiuco our juuges, onu
establish martial law from ono end of tho
State to tho other, whonover ho thinks, or
pretonds to think, it is necessary for him
to tako martial possession of Ohio, in order
to protect the rights of individuals. We
wcro right then, in opposing that amend
ment, thus framed nnd thus phrased.
Tho fifteenth amendment wo opposed
because, llrst, it was a fraud upon tho peo
ple in the wny that tho thing was pro
posed and carried out, and was n direct
violation 01 tno solemn picuges 01 me
Democratic partv mado in the platform at
Chicago. Wo opposed it for stronger
reasons than that; wo said it was perfectly
monstrous, that you should turn over nt
least one-half of these Southern States to
tho control ofn race, not ono in ten of
whom could read, much less write, und of
whom not one in n thousand had tho least
idea of tho government under which he
lived, and under which they wero now to
dischartro tho duties of law makers. If
tho timo should cotno when they should bo
I nr. Providence Vtsa has come to
the conclusion, ruiuarkaUe hi a radi
cal nusvsjiaper, that " nil rogues do not
live in tic city of Now York. Some
' aro in Washington, gathered liko ea
' 'ltM to a i'eai-t, from various states, to
' I'-roll hills through congress in which
thero in a money-making schoino in
' the shape of a subsidy of land. Th
' plundering in this Hue lias been enor
' iii(iu. and the saddest of all is. that
tliuro , ..,,,,,1 t.. l...lw.v.. ,1... "uil WW markets the custom
c w w ""V mi!
Mime congressmen have been parties to
without doubt, tho best kept hotel of its tho sleeveless Zouave jackets of rich dark
kind. (European si vie. 1 iu tho United eoiors
State. We enclose vou a bill of furo of eryprey costumes lor inter
it.i-a..i ,.'..i..m, .tin..,., ..,,,1 if ..r... morning wenr aro ot gray merino over
u,u. ..... v v - J crimson undnrskirU. witli tlnnvna .ml
...111 ....... .1... x.l.. ... i. 1 . . . ... '
-nui iuhu uiu iiuuuiu iu viiuiuuiuiu niu 1 noiiiioil vest or crimson
same, you will find thut there are one hun- ltadzimir silk, or widow's silk, to ba
dredund tcccntu-eiiht diU'erent artielei to worn when bombazine and crann urn hn.
choyso from to make up your dinner, va- !"cV;ft "''rU " lustreless silk of deepest
riety enough to satisfy the most fastidious blu(;V ,v!'j0 11 varU-
epicure. ! fact, the only question , b,k' Srfih 32
moruye c.ymciiy mm irngm cy purse, us sicuYei, is trimmed with gathered lloun
you pay your money and take vour choice, ee., which aro net on with a hcadiiiL'
A portion of our partv, not having been 'j'1'0 ovorskirt and high basque waist with
1 r.. 1 . flowing sleeves aru mado of strinod irena-
., , , , . .. ., , ... ,b dine, trimmed with silk fringo and t-Uk
1 in "(rriinil Mm, nls uith them vUmru. in ov
o 1 t menu?.
succession the old cradle or liberty, (Fun
the iuicjuity. "
Square shawls folded double nnd
worn in scarf fashion will nrovail durlne?
uouse, irom the uroitu granite root 01 tuu urst eoot months.
which a tine view is had of the harbor,
the public library, one of tho finest iu.ti- THE INTERNATIONA!
tutions of the kind in the country, one
mm 01 which uione ( nates' nail) contuins 1 arrest ok karl mari daughters im
Tiio Quiney Herald saym
(Jratit lias fallen to low in tiiiMin r..i..,,,
that it is said to bo evidence, utuiueitiou
nbln when a paper mentions Mm ;n a fa.
vorablo light that its editor holds a govern
ment otilce or has bocti bought outright.
The test has novcr been known to uhi.
Tlio P.ichmond Ditpatch snu.
e fear that we shall have to
one liundrtd and thirty thousand volumes,
free to uil alike, rich or poor; liostou com
mon with its forty aures of lawns, old
ulnu and beautiful avenues: Iioston Athcn
leum of paintings now open and very fine.
e alto made a pilgrimage to
IHNKElt HILL UONUUENT,
W. II. MORRIH,
Notary I'll Idle,
It. II. UANDEB
No, Tub, and U. 8. Cod.
HULL, CAKGO, LIVE STOCK,
XORTII AMERICA, FA.,
Asl. t,!,(UO (0
Aix-U. t,M,2lO Ii
Assets.. 1,781, HS S
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Alol.. 1,U3,39 17
Alets 70C.91T Ot
AtMla. J15.S73 SS
LIFJ3 ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
The most Successful Life
Insurance Corporation of the
SAME AQK IN
STOCKHOLDEKS TO AKSUK1! l'UOFITH.
Amount or Policies in Force Dec. 31 1h7o
AlIAIt 1 1 tMM r yJK 1 t.j
Net Increase of Risks in Force, 1870
The lartrmt Wet Iitrreiuie during the year IH70rny Ccaaataiajr U Sh WorM
Gross Increase or Kiski in Force, 1870 $30,327,730 W
Only two Companies In the werld ciceed this groan Inereaae during 1SJ0,
The only Company whleh guarantee, aa a chartered rfsthl. (h orlnclt.le of liinii HVK.
MKNW Ift KACll rfrATK, In proportion to Ita Premium, or Ko-lnVoranceKund ,NVEHT"
ll7,M0!,nKtlul!;I!Jt"C,,"'', KlT" KAC" aTATK A KEPKkntATIVK IN TUB
O-EITBBAL OFFICE, ST. LOUIS, MO.
JAMES H. UKITTON, Piesldent.
Henrt W. Houoh, VIco President. Felix Coste, Supt. Missouri Dept.
Wm. Hanley, Secretary. John N. Pkitchard, Treasurer.
C. F. Hurneh, Attorney. E. h. Leuoine, M. D., Med.Offler.
Hon. Wu. Harnes, Consulting Cotmiel and Actuary.
I LLINOIS DEPAUTM P. N'T
Th lollowlnic named gentlemen hold or contral 10,"i inuranee tx h, In the Life Aitoilatlon
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Aisett .jo,cjn,ouo oo
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AXD
RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE
Aiiets 901,000 04
Aneti rno,S2 Ct
SAFFORD, MOHUIS k OANDEE,
71 Ohio Ivee,
City National Hank. CAIRO, ll.l..
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOAKA, N. Y.,
At, Il,43t,lle 21
OERMAN1A, N. Y.,
Ansel t,OW,721 7S
HANOVER, X. T-,
Aset 72,SC2 0)
REI'UIILIC, N. Y.,
Aael 711,924 00
Comprising tho Underwriters' Agency.
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Ait - - (T7S.SM 13
P. W. IlAkCLAY,
II. W. WUIIII,
II. II. Cavdke,
Chan. G ai.kiiikr,
J. l. Piiii.Lirs,
It. S. llRKIHAM,
Paul O. Schuh.
John II. Oiihlt,
T. J. Kerth,
W. a. Ersosr.
I.esra our Male and Dana before joii Iuaur la mmy olber Conoaay.
Carl L. Thomas, w. It. Kirket.
IMHIHN, HANIf , KTCl
8." WALT KIl'S, "
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol emy description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAH POSTS,
DOOIIS, SASH, ULINDS.
Furnlthad on thorleit notic.
Commcrcial-av, bet. 10th and llth-st?.,
5;' I ' A V-e. H 1 " 'H
FIREMEN'S FUND, . r.,
Amete 679,000 00
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Asseta.. t,4J2,:i3 W
I rentieetlullr ask of the cititeoa of Cairo.
share ol their tiatronaie.
c w. nvuuvn
Office at Hirst National u '
educated up to a proper stnndard, to en- As,et va,m 23
auio tnern wexcrciso HiengunmuiuKiii"
genco nnd to tho welfaro of tho country,
WO said il WOU1U 10 riglll. now, wuui una
been tho (.ffoct of this in tho reconstructed
States down South, with their preponder
ance of negro voters 7 Tho result nas occn
that thoy ore tno worst govcrncu pari oi
God's globe this day. Thcso States have
l.nnn .lnltvnrn.1 m'nr in tllO tonilpr mCrclcS
,.e lm rnt.liMMi nnd udventurers of OTOBK, Dwellings, Furniture, nulls and Car
of tlio carpet-baggers anu au cnturcrs oi KOC,n,ufe,i A rte a. farorablc aa .ound.
tno -lorin, iwiu oi iuu mvii ...v.., ..- jrmanent awuruy win warrant,
scalawags ol tno cjouiu. anu wmi me ne
groes in combination with them, govern
almost every ono ol these States. And
- . i n 1 1'1 .1.
how do they govern tnern r uen mu
war ended these States wero prostrated
to a degrco wo can hardly realize rava
ged by their own armies ns well as ours.
Tho people wero prostrate; their currency
.1- . .... i. .... .i ..... t,e
Was WOrlll noilling; uiousauua mm imn
thousands of their farms lay desolate, un
der tho scourgo of war; thoy wero ruined
in fortune, liumbio nnu prostrate in apim.
That was a timo when it behooved us to
tako them by tho hand and help them up.
Jut at that timo this Republican party,
thoso corpet-baggers and scallawngs, took
hold or the government m uicsu - -j-, TT -j-, --r- -r- r-p TT -7?, "171
As to tho Thirteenth amendment, abolndi- J U J0 IN 1 1 U -XTU EU
ing slavery, Senator Tliurman said they
liml iw,vi.r Hindu niiv obicctlon to it, and
that no man could point to any act oi uiu
n,nnr,ii in tint Northern States Hint
even approved of slavery.
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
lly buying your
W. W. T1IORNTON,
ULINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
Office on Tenth St.,
Between Counnerelal ami WakhlOKlon
THE BEST TONIC IN USE I
i'. ii i l n in, i lLin a
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II. W. John'i Imiroved KootiuK aly ou
v:e ex J. 3. EOBBIITS,
.2(1 flortli niulith St., I'lillnda.
A enlnr mill ll m.SH!'' tlint Wll
not bum tlio huir or injure th
i l ,i.nn i .-if tirAi i n fin n. rme
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DU. RATTING EH'S
I'ORTANT MEETING IN LONDON.
From tho St. I.otiu Kuho.
Tho Franco publishes a letter from
correspondent at London, announcing tho
arrest oi mo two uauciitcrs of Karl Jlarx.
ono of whom it married to Paul Lafargue,
tor insurrectionary correspondence J
AN KSTKUriHMNO YOUTH.
A bov of aixteon, named King, boenmo
. ...,. II... 4..,.nii,l nli'llt of his contln-
mont in the lock-up in Lewiston, .Mo., and
with a nail made u saw of a caso knife, with
whleh ho cut oil" tho bars of his coll. Ho
had nearly escaped when the polico discov
ered what no was uoir.g, anu put mm
another cell. In a short timo he had near
ly workod out or this cell, badly smashing
thn walla, as woll as cutting bars. They
put him in n third coll, with bracelets on
hit wrists, and wor.t on tholr rounds. In I
fortv minutes King had cut otf two bars
and mado his oscapo.
NEOROES DYINd OUT.
Tho mortuary statistics of Charleston,
WINKN AMIS I.IUCOIL.
WM . II . SC II U TT B R ,
lauporler aud Wholenale Ilealer In
fargtio managed to escapo to Spain. The g y for t10 voar 1870, forecast a speedy
(,ul' proicd to know that a meeting cxtinction of tho negro if tlio moral thoy
of tho Central commlttoo has bocn held in convCy bo appliablo to tlio South. For
tlio Nnvv Yard. Mount Auburn, thnt si
... ' ' v ,u "IIIUII..... ..(.. .e .1.. ,1.1 ., m liiu V.CUI
, , ,r . . I , "", ""I raeiicaoie. I , , . ' " - ' i.onuon, at wnicn t oiu ryat, iiergcrot, anu ,i.0 veor the death rato of tho whites was
i piaying into tno nanus oi the npulli. I"acf6oi interest. othor members of tho Communo wcro , i-'ai. for tho negroes 1 in '-5: or 2.07C
L-ll imrtv. JIB Rim JlOSSrS. JOOm III nnil I Nunrk' n 1 I in n iirr.i nf iimiimmnni ... nrHMnt urn that llin mui nut nn nf Ilin I i..il.-. r.io ....,.. d.n ,..l.ll.
, i ' , - , ... . . " - I 'J - '-.. uji.iiii.il. uiu I i - - 1 - ... .. h w v. ...v . iintr rO UU11VI19 UmO III11UIIU httu illiua
i.i. iimo uiways niiuerio manage.! t0 ,.uw oncn umi in f,.ii .1.1,, ,.r ..., ,, kings or Spain, Italy. Portugal, and Hoi- ti,A . nnmilntTn or Clmrlciton is.iliout
I the exception of the Globu Thealur itl.., B'U'n, well as the death of M. Theirs. 20 por cct, in oxcoss of tho white; tho
t in tho city) which opens next Mon-
W-liliigtosi-av., Nearloalao IIohio
OA 1 110, ILLINOIS
Mear'. Kichhott Brothers deilra to inform the
citliona of Cilro that they aro. inauutacturlmj all
Asent for the bct brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Alew or Blireresil Klud.
75 Ohio Levee,
t&v Or do sorntitlifni' hut in tlm nlet nf
i .. . . : n - . .. . " I tiir, f.ynititin,i ni Hi,. i: iii..i
.,r..... "rl lo h" ,, I, .. . i.i i were ucciueu on. Wo aro lurther told nUmbor of negro denths 100 per cent
" ueinocratic party lor sue- " y -...v.. ,,eu. next .-uon- mat "tho Koelish covornmont is awaro of ,.,.,. nfwhlto children from nmlnr
I'f!l I -fil Ilk i . 1 t- . . . ' t . eiti . .. . . I Llvi-wvef - " . .
year hain aid " no win not next uay nigut. i tie siock company is said to tnoso lncts, but treats tliom with contempt, 5n0 yCnr to Ovo years '203 died; of nc
inn umUum v' '" w ot mo unest in mo countrv, nnd as " V . u "'u uuuiugu; -, ro children tno samo ngo, ouo.
I . it ' Hinotig its tnembers John Owen. l.,,fl.t.M(J,,0ZBK1 the ' Bp Uh .intai- .
-.nojo.iori journal (radical) fore- not as a "star" but a ,.! -.r IXrJlir GUhiiiNt. andTendkr.-Wo clip the
CMirns tl elections tthich v.ll be hold ccmnanv. vou can lad" J , -1 ?1B fpwlng. from the Keokuk (Iowa). Dal
mmhiik iiio ii must uo. u uuenaoa Uio museum Uat w uu, j,nruro uj'j'uau iu
Two hundred citizens of l'aru and four
millions in hurono aro nctivo
the InturnAtional. You aro a
nut in nnil r rftiir nintriitAti nnnlmt
IMMvwwivh ai-vv Still Ok IllU I . I ... , ,
lAmlifl-lll I II ft I . t TTI In linn llmlna tiniiallii I 1 1 Ji afcw vwiii i'.iibui , lit UWU LUUU
nf dfliith. Tho BerL'CftnU-devil n. tho Bund inujority. While vq regret tlio do-
crats in the place ,,f ffij" of '" evening nnd saw rei.dltlou of tho ster
Nye, Klce, Spencer, Keon unO in.ii . B . " ,L" UATIi P
i.robubl v of Cole. CorUtt V "' ttml forme.1 in splendid stylo. At tho HosUm "
' . ' . 14 ""'"III Mil, l,,l,.. ,,. ,
ol whose terms expire In ma. " "'- v iurn.ur res-
ii'n.'ntoi v-apo uirorueau, anu well known
NEW WAV 10 I'llEHKllVK-lOMA-lOKH. , 11 Mu uf Il'fi,''te jest and
A correspondent nt Webster, New , ,.hVul' is Pltt''" tar cnga.c-
York, muds tho hural Now Yorker Hie v,ll,lW" "w piece which, as he sajs
following; "As tho tomato season It w- "coined eiiiretslji fur ),im " called
approaching 1 cun contribute ono way "lollnri." Morrit h ui,ur,i .,!,,
liiuni;iiiiig i cun contriuuto ono way "oiinri. -"erru i u lmrd vLnrl
ol kecpini: them lor tho wintor use that fectly steady, dot. I10l ,
may be new to some of your readers. smoke, and we hotKi be ut 1
Ate them in February, sliced and seasoned . , ucce
with sugar und llulo vhieeur! that canno sing or dance like K.,,miJ
vlneL'ur. that ."V b. .' """tu '""net, but he
as nice nt tomm. can iuin uitu uu louiiu M,n, i ,i,,i.
lion to the turoo theaters inemioui
have the "St. James" und " Howard," at,a
any quantity of concerts nnd musical tn
tertalnmentsi to say nothing of the "big
organ" which rolls out its thundering, at
tho samo time ewect und musical notes
Bcemou every way
fresh from the vino,, 'j'hey were prepared
thus: Dissolve a leacunful ofn ii i ..
gallon of water. Pick rlpo tomatoei, but
not ovor ripe, leaving a little of Hie stem
on. Tho tomatoei mint be kept well cov
ered with brine, and thoy will ktcp to
ipilDg or longer."
Constitution, published by tho father of
J . . .... . r
tho now delegate irom .Montana:
A disnatch published In another nlnco
to mombors of i this papor announce tlio election ot our
jsummonod to son, William II. Clagett, as dologato to
s against tho Congress from Montana Territory, ovor
Ol UUUbll. - M oviKvni'kB-uuvlllu, WIU I --'-j - , v.
gardes de-Parls, and their families, an all feat of tho Domocrncy iu Montana, wo
0 . i .1 - ,, m I nnnn.-il l.n ntllfirwisn llinn unpen, tit. ....Itnn.l
eonucmnoa oy too aupreiuo council oi too !-"" j b' -- rrted nad.teaJn.
atsociation to dlo boforo a year has passed, hy Ji o succU ui u ue.iriy oeioveu iiioiign
as well as all tho olllcors or tho butcher nc poimejf "bi ' cougratuiato
-.. .. I 1I..,1- iinnn luiVllii- tit ln..nl ...
Klmenlsor Versailles, ah capitalists V,,u, "' . V fcl u"u
o doomed! Wo aro number: wo are with brains and honesty in Congress.
strength; and our disciplln is being organ-
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And ham now on hand and for tal, at
Wliolenalo and Hetall,
11 klndi. and will continue to keap at thslr
BALEH ROOMS, IN THEIU NEW BUILDING-,
Etery inscription of choap and eoetly lurnlturs,
F. M. STOCKFL ETH,
tcCHsoa rouLi a aiocarntu
'Keellfyer atid Wboleale Dealer
I'orelK - Dotnenlle
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Levee,
3ratiirtui llt.KK, OViaO, I I.LINOIS.
TTKkeenann hand conatanllT a full atock of
rloid Kentucky llourbon. Ityo and Monopwi'
rT: itM.i.., u 6..i. it..n.ifnti ilnlland (lln
lirin iiiiiBktvp, rn-iivi, i'i.""!-! i.'ur
lthinaand California Wines. JinJ0ii
REAl. EHTATK AUEWT.
I tod I Tlio old society is doomod to poriih
and it will. Let not a hair fall from tho
iicaut oi tno members ol the commune, or
bowaro of u goneral musiacro immadlato
All. IftTftllM ATIIJNAIi,
Matter of Europe."
The Oilman. Clinton & Bnrlneu&ld
railroad is completed between Oilman and
vuuion, sixty-seven roues,
ThntinderiMKned, inoiinotora of tho DilLt and
Wimtv llii.Li.Tm, hac Jnt reeelved an nsiort-
liienlut tho latoat aiyiea u Job rrlntlna tyi'ea,
and lmvo now onof tlio moit complete oiiotllce
In tlio Houth anu weai. , iney nailer tuumaoivoa
tuat tliey iiooaoiia laciiiucN lor (iirninu ouv
Iroiuny, in tiio uen iio oi I uu afi, an
i-nirukUi.l m them, from tho Biiiullot card or
-Marblo Tojiped Bureaas,
IS -Ward rube i, Hofa Chairs,
f I-oungca, etc , etc.,
Which Ihey will c uarantoe to loll
TWENTY FEU CENT. LOWE"
ul m mem, Irom mo aiiiuiiBi enru ur i
tin tho mammoth pouter, and at prieea Th. lu,n.vi from .ihar da.ler la
illeim. with ur lmfn. men no good ex- J Jin J"ey can bo uonitBt Vd "Vtiarr your
for nidln Ihilr woiw lorn. l.ouU. Clnclu. I the City. Una them sail 114 "' '..j.,
Chkano. JKo. ll.OllliltLVA CO. I er. jyu
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (second klooh) ohio levee,
Rut and Sell Real Estate,
EVANISH AB-TKA0T8 op titlb
Aa. l erf put Con77Ws f
H10 feOUTU 7tU-BTt
NT. I.OVIN. MIBBOCBI.
Tilt. IIATTIMUEK'H JfaVlWI
re the champion medicine for the cureol Fe
nd ARiie, Dumb Aguo and all other "?'
malarial leiera. mej y'V ; "rTJ':
nn nbl. and n.rmin,DUI. V
A.i..o iim-nnd time, when these drop can
1M.1..MKV1 " . - - " . .
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Aru ricviaviii- iu mi vi .
V L-ClU a ill
nn T A TTTVOVR'H TlTARKHUJSi
AND DISENTEltY POWDERS. ,
. .i ..rf r Tamed Kir
: - I . rjl n.n . AMU! lOl IT. I
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tr.airrn. a nil. i p o-- . i
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.
to the Married
...til. St.-. I.IauI ,elnAarA.Ii in nrt-MillAinar UU l
Willi ell- i n i"vu til !- r.- -,
This la an Interoatlng work of wo liualred
twenty. four naiiei. with numerous ennaTli
ami .nut. n. n i a unarmaiion ior uione
are married or contemplate marriage; still It
book that ought to be under lock and key, and
I.I.I nurrJeiiarvKbOUtthO bOUtO.
He nt lo any one (free of pontage) forf0 cent
Addreia Dr. Dulta' Dlanonsnry, No, It,
Klghtnaircei, ai. iiuia, iu.
Notice to tbe ASBIcttd and SJafortuMa
iii.r.iro aun y ne 10 tno noiorioua uuacaa
advertiao in tno public papers or using any (ju
rcmedlea, peruso Dr. llutta' work, no ma
what your dUeane is or how deplorable your c
Dr. nulla can be consulted, personally or
mill, on thedlaaeaei mentioned in hie wor
tiHice.no. ii rctmuin eircei. mi. atarxei
CUcstunt et Louis, Mo. tnjVdffl