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THE"CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1871.
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KEYS MADEiTO ORDER.
' ,ey upoD n stnblo basis." Wo considor
this tlio dcatb blow to woman Fufljsrago.
How many of tho sex will clnirtfthal
tlicy can ever learn lioir. toj-'iplwon
'elaborate policy upon n "fb bR?is?"
We confidently anyw, 'n?w. v The ar
pumcnt is unanswerable. Wo advise
Mrs. Woodbiill to stop publishing her
paper, to Id her hair grow long again
and to Mart a millinery Btoro. Wo sug-
f Ufnlmn nnrtm Awlturnhor at-
Ul w ' '
ccntion making light bread, darning
Mockings atld doing up' shirts for' her
husband n'nd'six Sons. YVi;onBdential
lyAvhispcr to Anna Diqkjjison to marry
somo. good man ana MM-carc ot mm.
Givo it upp loilie7-there hnoQiieof
you who knowmhww)toV!plaeohu,clab
orate polioy on it stable basi" t -
SIGHT ASjj'ijQp flfj. JN, RELIGION
The pomp and circumstancc.of the
religion of Home havo about them a
chdrm irresistible by EorhcT characters
and inspire all who ftjfrtefrd their
wilh-a flortain-kindf nwo
heart ; but tho visiblo struggles of nan
for what he boliovcs to bo immortality
beyond ih6 grave, and tho noibo of his
rojoioing when ho has arrived at. tho be
lief that ho has conquored the angel
irud obtained the blessings aro more
impressive than all these. In no church
but tho Methodist aro these visible
elrugglcj, with their shouH of ngqny
and cries of rejoicing, to bo seen 5 rind
iu this fact is tho power of that wonder
fully strong and persistently aggrcssivo
denomination. Its noises have mado it
the most formidable foe of tho Catho
lic church. f ' '
" onIjhe raa."
OP "J. U.-E.
ALL ABOUT THE SIR KNIGHTS AT
All Kinds ot
CoMNEKcuL-Ar.. a Few Doom Ditow
rowJer, Shot, Cip Dd-ll nrtol Cniiridgi
oon.Unily on htnd. i-pt8if
THE BULLETIN. ,
SATunnxT SIoriso, Sept, 80, 1871.
"SUSB4V, Mouxijiu Octoueh 1, 1871.
TiEiif or Tiit UaT Biu.nu!
week, (it crrier, 2!t
'Kit vcarbj orner,intJrutcei.....M...i.'4l lhr
se Tioolh, by mtil, ....i.. 76
Ttre rronthi iS
1 x month!,! ...,.-.,. 4 2i
ear. mmwtiMwuim.ny 600
that is at least in tho scmblanco of ro-
lieious sentiment. Grand cathedrals
of tho chinch, adorned bv.tho most pre
cious trtfasufoj bi iho artiSt'B and sculp
tor's art, rue ohVevory hand'lo cvefy
land where Christian, foot often wonder,
and through tlioir, painted . windows
streams what Milton.haa, called " the
dim religious lighti,y"Wo'pity the
man or woman, who cdn jifXpy-
theso cathedrals temples erected, to
what thoir oonstructors believe to be the
ever-living God; ontor them and not
feel Eomothirtg of that awe which always
proceeds worship, and lingers in the
heart after earnest devotion like, stains
of sunlight upon the clouds when the,
sun has gone down in tho west. The
pictures in them aro visible prayers, and
in their vasl'rtcesso lurk Jthe ?gelj
"of bbri infancy, yihoa tho world was peo
pled by farios and heaven was all about
us. To tho devout they Bccm, to be the
ma'terinl, homo; ofjtTUo Roljgion,and
even those who hate what they call tho
Scarle "Woman, tut believe in the
Christ, cannot; if their faith be honest,
refuse 'to recognize in these decorated
God at whoso altars 'they pro'fesg to wof''
ship. The magnificence apd'splendor
oi inem nave ,uponuie uearv Bomeuung
of the effect which is produced by a
tumult), among tho material elements.
,They challenge our wonder, compel our
'attention and awe us like" night7 and
storm ind darkness, when the lit lake
shines a phosphoric sea, or liko'n grand
landscapc-preading-from our footrBom
bcr .qrj bright, Jiut wonderful ia- the
multiplicity' qf its beauties nnd in its
grandeir.r They Vpcak to Ih'e heart
through the eye.
The' Methodist church cannot and
docs not care to boat of venerable and
Tasty; buildings. It has no St. Peter s
rio" St. Paul's' ,1 It; ,aucets KEim-
DlicitV in form, and finds between
ISpcclM Oorrespan'dc'nce of the Dallctln.
Saint Mio Hotel, Wabwoto!,
Keptemttr ?l, 1871,
" ON THE WINO."
- Tlioj woek paat bns been ono fo full of
e'onEtant oxcltomont, that wo bail' with joy
tho light of this1 calm," pleasant 'Bahliath
morning, and a fading of quletudo and re
lief steals overalls that we haro been a
"stranger to for a tang time.
Ve rcachbd Baltimore on "Monday nigbt
and found that tho
OAIKO SIB KM01IT3
had preceded, us ,but by a fow hours,
and were comfortably domiciled at "Bar
num's," nnd with them wo joined hands,nnd
enjoyed rcfeasfof reason nnd flow of eouI.
Tuesday morning Baltimore was nil nlivo.
The streets wero full of commandaries on
their way to their' sovcral quarters; the
streets, wero crowded with spectators j tho
aSr'was fjllpt music, as. nearly eycry.com
mahdery was nccompanlod by a magnlfl
cent band j flags floated to tho breeze from
many a staff and bouse top. Buttle mon
umcnt,opposite tho'holcl, was'covcred with
Masonic banners. '"Svery onclhad donnod
his holiday attire and pleasure beamed
from ovcrv countenance. Tho featuro of
tho day was tho escort ,to
Tilt OUAND COMMANDER'
from the hotel to Masonic Hall, and was
participated in by over two thousand Sir
Knights,givT"g us'a slight forclato;or what
we might expect. On.Thursday, the morn
ing and evening wero given up, to
sight-secing. Everything was free as air,
even street car tickets were furnished us In
profusion; all thopnblio institutions wero
open to any ono wearing tho uniform of a
Sir Knight. The three commanderies of
Baltimore h4f engaged the threo largest
halls in tho city as their head
quarters in addition to their own
Masonic Temple, a spacious edifice,
and in the upper halls of each of tbeso
places, long tables wore spread with a
splendid collation, which was keptconstant
ly renewed during the whole week, and
wero open to nil Sir Knights lrom cmij
morn till midnight. Our first visit was to
Maryland. Commaudory -JTo. 1. This is
Ittioltydcst commandery in, tho United
States, Having neon organizeu in iiji
In commemoration of that ovent and in
honor of thu nresnt occasion they have
struck iff n triangular medal, which was
presented to oach Sir Knight, and will ho
treasured by us ns n touveneirot thp occa
sion. At the hoad quarters' of No. 1 n
splondid band was statipnod o'vory day
During tho march wo passod many points
of note, including the Treasury Department
and tho "White House," where, in
THE AUSJCNCt: OF mi TnESIDENT,
we flrcd a marching fnluto to Gnn. Dent,
Col. Ilristow, Postmaster General Orss
wol), Secretary Boutwoll, Gen. Babcock
and Scnntors Clintidlur and Wilf-i, who
stood with uncovered bi'.tds iu wo uassed
by. We also flr.-d a mnrchitif; salute to
acting Gov. Slmttcn, who revluwcd tho
procession from the balcony of tho " St.
James." Wo also passed by tho Patent
Offlce, Capitol and many other institutions,
to Mnsonio Temple, where n magnificent
collation was spread for thousands. Our
command, (" St. Louis ") howc vor, marched
directly to tho Metropolitan hotel, nnd
were dismissed until 0 p.m. "Wo at once
procured a carriage, and, in tho same
company as tho day previous, went
slght-scelng, but havo not time
or spaco in this letter to dcsCrlbb the'
many points of interest wo visited. Our
letter now Is spun out to an unusual length,
although wo have tried to bo as brief as
possible; and wlion wo tell you that the
Baltimore Sun had in, every day during
tho week, from four to six and eight col
umns of closoly-printed matter about the
colebration, you will give us credit fur con
densing as much as possible. Wlillo in the
KOTTJNOA OF THE CAPITOL
wo had the plcasuro of meeting Mr. Ilor
aco "NVurdner who was accompHnlcd by J.
C. Rankin, Esq., and lady, formerly of
Cairo, who joined our party and mado the
pilgrimago totbe top of tho dome, that is,
tho malo portion, the ludics stopping on
the roof at tho huso of tho domo, from
which n most magnificent view is had of
Washington and tho surrounding country,
including Alexandria, whero Ellsworth
wns killed, tho long bridge, Fairfax Court
ilouso, Arlington Heights, tho former res
I.lonco of tho late Gen. Lee, and tho last
resting place of our 40,000 soldiers, and
many other points of interest. "Wo left
Washington at 7 p.m., and at 9 o'clock was
once moro under tho amplo roof of Bar
nutn's hotel, too tired to participate in a
half given by two of tho commanderies ol
Philadelphia. Saturday morning thoro was
a general scattering in all directions. Out
of the fourteen Sir Knights of Cairo com
mandery but ono Sir Knight ("Willis) re
turns direst, and up to tho last moment
he was still undecided. Sir Knights Leu
Fulton and Smith left for Pittsburg, Win-
sten for Virginia, "Wilson for New Jer
sey, P. "W. Barclay for Philadelphia,
C. w. Dunning,0. C. Davidson, John An
trim, C. Hanny, Now York; Blakoto Bos
ton, and Jorgcnson, unknown, all In good
health nnd spirits. "Wo shall remain here
a number of days and shall not consider
our visit complete till wo have mado a pil-
srrimngo to Mount Vernon and tho tomb
of Washington. As ever, J. U. E. T.
IConJensod form our Exchanges.
7 offlnnipnptro; A'txaftitr toittv IMcftUMyel
( uro ; tht onymgmuvir daxlu la&MiJurn Eitnou ;
n rvU-awaU jouryUf. hmiU, bfl fmrlU ; ouS-i
i;"ti on au luijtct or. (nrrrr ro rne jiuwie ;
Hi, A u I'lri
ret an inenvinq circulation, the Unlit
fUfUfritiMo' Wdi 'jcKf ruUrt wvi
itylnnntti men. x
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY HULLKTIN,
John H. Oberljr A Co. have reduced the. sub
scription prie of the Weekly Clro llnlletl to
Ok Ih'lnr per am j4. making 'it fhe chtnpet p'
rorpubliihed Infflulhern Illinois.
DEMOCKATIC COt.'.VTV TICKET.
Kg; Treasurer itnd Collector,
JOHN P. HEIJY; '
bare walls a warmth of religious de- durir,K lbo wook a5 wasiikewiso tho case
yotion that exeitcs tho astonishment of Rt each of tho othor headquarters, that
nitiatcd beholder. "Christian disccurscd delicious music at stated inter-
svi Hawthorn, "is a nrand vals. Tho baUwas boautitully-dccorated
'cathedral, with divinely pictured
'windows; standing without, you can
1 sco no', glory, nor can possibly imagine OTor geVen feet in longtL-, comprised on
' any.; standing within, every ray of Urely of dallias which woro renewed oach
Might rcyoals, a boriupuy of .tinprxjaJcf May. ,At JWW .a00.1, .8l00U .lwo
I with flowers and matonic emblems,
of which was a
fpcech was prepared in the treasury de
pirtincnt, and printed at the expense
of the government.
As Ohiitn or Nc.vs, calling them'-
helves uns of the Most Precious
Ulood, m been established in Spring-
field. The object of the society is the
instruction of children and youth.
The Vienna Aiiterv copies an ar
ticle on Grant's administration with the
following introduction: "Being no Grant
mau oarsclf, we furnish the following
'arguments icainst his administration
'for the. use, of those who dislike him
' worse than vte a0
ANOTHER AEMV PAYMASTER lltl
been found short in his accounts to an
amount almost as largo as Hodge's de
ucieuwua. us name as well as tbn
partioulaH of the affair afo concealed
from tho public. This ROrt of teudcr
liviQ lut inuiv, ...vi.iu may ue vcrv
gratifying to the defaulting office-bold,
ers, but it not especially satisfkotory to
tho public at large.
'able splendors." Looking at the ignis 'w.m sworus s r.
r' I ji. .1 ! (...1.11. (nnlr fhmrirn nf II nil
Methodist church irom the outside, i 7 V. t tr,,t Vmm
. . II i . .i showed us the objects of interest, irom
there is, little beauty visible, but the lW WffdeiF6uV wayto Baltimore
faithful of tho church declare that, CommanaCTy-t,.iaYrrIheif large hall was
standing within, they behold stream- complete festoon of .flowers, from the
ing into it glories unspcaKuoie, which, n0fty cactust in jLhoncentor, ijestoons oi
unlike tho light flowing through pic- evergreens crossed tho hall irj(,overy var-
turcd ' windows, can never fade away, ioty of form. In tho ccntor of tho room
And thev believe tins. Ao ono who a louniain was in puri.eium jim uftm-
I . ... . . . i jir - i- ....i;
has observed the intense earnestness 011 w,ia 6uruus ana "Kl , " uluaiW"
..r Ai..i..i:..:t ....: i i.. I A largo number,. of cuparics in .cages
- 1 . I wnru susnonded from, ditleront parts of
that they do. I Ins fact was deeply hQ nnJ thS foBtWod songsters
imprcsicd upon our mind by the sccno io5nc(1 their' swoct notes' with thoso of tho
band from morrt'ttU' night, In fact they
soomcu moro roeiomuua uy, uiub tuiui u;
Ilclous music, whilo tho many thousands
wandered through tho fort, visiting tho
manyplaces of intoreit thcroin, until tLo
whistle of tho boats recalled us on board.
In tho nftornoon, seated In a carriage, In
company with Sir Knlphts Dunning,
Barclay and Davldsen, wo vlrlted "Wash
ington's Monument, n mr.gnificcnt gratilto
shaft, two hundred feet in height, sur
mounted by an immenso statute of Wash
ington, At tlio cnlrnnco wc woro pre
sented with a lighted lantern to guldo us
up our long circular routo to tho top. Tho
ascent was very tedious, but tho viow from
tho summit more than repaid us for tho
toll of ascending tho two hundred steps.
spread out nl our very feft it was n glori
ous sight nnd long to bo romombercd.
From tho monument wo drove to the
Stato Penitentiary nnd wero thero most
kindly received, furnished with n guide,
(himself n Sir Knight) who took great
pains to show us through overy depart
ment. Thero are at tho present timo over
seven .hundred convicts imprisoned there,
tiachlhirdt of whom aro negroes. Tho
principal articles of manufacture aro
coopcrugo, (in nil its branches) boots nnd
shoes nnd tho cutting nnd polishing of
marblo for furniture Wo spent over ono
hour vory profitably within its granite
walls. On our retcrn to tho warden's office
we found a flno collation awaiting us. In
the ovening, all threo commanderies hold
musical receptions nnd balls, which wero
thronged with tho
BEAUTY AND TASIIION
of Baltimore. "We visited nil in succes
sion, nnd never snw n moro brilliant array
of toilets in n largo gathering of hand
sonio women it was a sight over to bo re
membered with plcasuro.
Thursday opened like tho prccoding
days bright nnd beautiful; the sky was
unebscurcd by n singlo cloud. Early in
tho morning tho "clans" began to ns
semble, but it wns nearly noon before tho
army was ready to bo roviowed. Tho
procession was formed on Broadway in
two double lines on oach sido of tho street,
facing inwards ; theso lines were formed
in open order nnd wore so reviewed by
Grnnd Eminont Commander of the
United States nnd staff in carriages, who
slowly rodo through the lines, the entlru
length, tho Sir Knights presenting arms,
tho bands playing and colors to tho front,
after which wo formed into sections of six
files each, nnd tho
MARCH Or FOUR MILES
commenced. We venture tosay not a single
Sir Knight in that vast procession will
ever forget that memorable march ; every
foot of ground the entire distance was one
mass of human beings,whllo tho trees and
awnine; posts wero black with boys, the
sidowalks with men, and the windows
and house-tops with ladies. All along
Baltimore street, tho merchants removed
goods from their largo show windows and
filled tho same with ladies, making magni
ficent ' family sets." Tho wholo city wore
n holiday aspect; tho stores were all closed
during the progress of the pageant, and it
Is estimated that ovei oo,nnn iino..mi
tho march of tho Sir Knights. Tho oldest
Baltimorinns declare that Baltimore never
saw such n sight before. Tho procession
collated of twelve divisions. From the
foot of Baitimoro street to Eutaw street if
just otio mile, and when tho head of the
column passed into tho latter street tin
fifth division were just coming Into Bai
timoro street, which being not quite one-
half, would mnko tho procession over two
miles in length. There wero in the scv
35 hands or MUSIC.
embracing some of tho finest bands in the
United States. By actual count tho music
ans numbers over 7o0, nnd the Sir Knights
over 5,000. First in order came n platoon
of mounted police, then tho Chief Marshall
ith a brilliant staff of ovor thirty bir
Kniirhts, and directly in tho rear a set
tion of tho Red Cross Knights mounted,
ith loni: lances with metal points, nnd
green penons floating to tho breeze. Tho
Knights wore broad green ensues, witn mo
red cross in tho centre; wero about utty in
..n.l n.nanntf.rl n flnn nnnpnrftncK
r.r,r whioh rnmo tho states in the follow- miles east of Vienna, was burned with ail
ing order, each stato being preceded by it contained on the 19th intt.
THK FAI.TiF.N' m:af.
urn ii, nr.um.
Ttraperorn a lltttn ihile neo,
And moii.; with all the nummci' s
im mm u uuueri. to nu" fio.
And, touoh'd wltli nntiimn,
iitrnnn, bleed to ileatk.
First whn It linne upon tho bot-nh.
TneiMtl ent lenllet ot the free,
Thn D'nncli tlint elnlrn'd ll inmlo n vow
To chrrlfh cotislatiry.
But m lt .inter lc.ite. npposr'd,
And rncli Iter n"we.t churmitllsplayM,
It ni'M-d n) ii ! to he rndcnr'd,
A. d drooped ncKlecied in tuo limic.
Ah me I now ninny n human thine,
To wither soonest In tho tall I
From lovinx Krst and b-ntof n
ulOMom'il earllem in the
Ue-ali-r In nil lilmla of
STAPLE AiiD FA NOV
I'urmer'i Ynrtl 'mil .Htnlilliti:
Cor. W.ishitigton-av and Twentieth,,
J)'27dtf - 1
we witnessed iu tho Methodist church
room last Thursday, when ho. confer-
encc now in sessiQii in this city pnrtook
of..tho sacrament of tho Lord's Sup
per. Thero was an intensity in the
ceremony that was impressive. The
Tho room, howover, was onodaasling mass
of light in tho ovoning and presented a
moro brilliant spectacle than by daylight,
From hero we wont to Concordia hall
tho headquurtors of Monumental Com
mandery No. 3, and, liko tho two preeod
ing, tlio same forms were obsorved; tables
the minds of his audiuuco. with.a ttenbeJ beautifully -spread; music by a band of
of tho Solcmuitv of tho occasion, and thirty -six piocos, nnd at tho back of the bull
had aroused thorn into religious fervor. R lftrS ,u15e Wtt' creclou' tho 8Ccnory 80
" Aniens, and " tilorys," aud snntclies 1 Knight Templars 'which seemed more real
of hvinus, suuc with fcolint;, wore I and. life-llka bv tho appearauco of Sir
eticrable bishop had propared tho way
a few. eloquent words had filled
heard in every part of the room. Ex-
cltomcnt was visiblo in every faco tho
excitement of devotion, which is tho
intoxication of the spirit, an intoxica
tion that exalts the heart and develops
Knights, in full uniform, pacing up and
dewn boforo tho tonts. This hall, like tb
others, was filled with flowors, flags, ban
nors nnd a
viioruaioie or riiNTiaas.
All the balls woro crowded till long af-
the better qualities of human nature. I tor midlght with a gay, happy throng,
Nothing was said particularly wiso, but I Wednesday was giving up entlroly to
the soeno itself the ejaculations: tho
words of prayer, tho bits of song, fall
ing thick aud fast on-evcry "side,had!! a'
peculiar effect on tho spectator. It
brought'to mind the camp meeting and
Stoncfort has a molusscs factory, said to
On last Tuesday night tho residencoof
Abraham Cole, two miles from Ilarris-
btirg was destroyed by flro, with the most
of its contents.
Mrs. Hiram Burnett, living near Ral
Leigh, was thrown out of a buggy on las
Monday, nnd died from her injuries In n
the c. v. n. R.
Tlio HnrrlsburL' Dancrs learns that a
- o .
thousand hands will be nt work on tin
0. & V. R. R. within twenty days. Si
inoto It be.
Hurrisburg is talking of public cis
Tho Salino countv fair beuini on
Irish potatoes aro scarce
Tiw. linnsi? of Mr. John Keith six
THEY DON'T tllVE HER CREDIT.
From tho Non-York'Htaiidaid.
Tho Philadelphia Teltarnph in commot-
Irtir on tho dodicntion of tho .beautiful
monument to tho martyr President just
evmwlctcd In tho Quaker City, alludes tu
the fact that tho first suggestion of tho
popular tributo ciimo lrmn iMiss JJickiu
son n vcrv fuw dnvs nfter tho murdur.
Shn wns invited to deliver, in her native
city, her lecture on "Woman's work nnd
wnire..1' winch sho had then recently de
livered In Brooklyn. Sho replied, suggest
mi' thut in view of the
great fmttonal loss then claiming
nubile attuntiun, sho would talk nhout Mr.
Lincoln instead uf upon any other topic.
Tlio committee nstentcd. Iler lecture was
a dvcldnd success. In It sho proposed thai
1'hiladolphln should build aLincolu monu
ment by u popular contribution, each do
nor of ono dollar to bo a member of tho
association. To start tho fund, (ho gnvi
tho proceeds of tho lecture, something
moro tliMii nlno hundred dollars. In thu
interview a TtUqranh reporter had with
her last week, she says tbM tho committee
who has had chnrgo of erecting tho monu
ment not only failed In any way to notice
hnr connection with tho enterprise durini:
tho late public ceremonies, but havo never
oven furnished her n business receipt
for the money sho so generously gave.
Moro tban tlial, sue suys niojr tmiu circu
lated a falso story that they havo given
hnr . bourn. Miss Dickinson don't com
plain, but says sho thinks tho gentleman
havo acted very strangely toward her, In
ismuch as kpparently without her exer
tions and her noblo donation tho monu
ment might never havo been erected. In
tbn rnurae of the conversation Miss D.
.intod thnt durinc the summer she has
written twn new lectures, ono on " Demo-
gogues and Worklngmon," in which she
has considered tho ttades unions, nnd one
enlleil "Hurried Alive." In which she
gives tho result of her investigations in re
gard to prison reform. Her lecture sea
son is to open at .Mount Holly, N. J., Oct.
- nd five nights of each week aro tilled
till April l'A tho evenings being worth to
ncr irom iau io cuku.
A FATHERLY JOKE.
From the fallna HeRlster
Tho news comes to us from Toxns city
that a uow plan for punishing children has
lccn invented across tho lino in Gallatin
county. Its originator is ono air. jioio
(wo believe no wroio u iitai way; wu uu
four boys mt-ch given to 'fighting among
themselves, and ll came nbout in tins way :
ilm lmv. tlio uld man turned in to civo nil
of them n thrashing; ho dressed tho threo
vnnntfiir not in ktvlo. but the oldest ob-
iccted, and submmltted only after being
ovorpowerca aim uca uy mu um u mu
l.nvs. Then tho old man took n
.notion to hang him a little by way of n
ioke.anu UIU so; utli no carrieu um junu
l....' . t -.1 ..... . I. ...... . l-.ia
IlltlO loo lar, anu wiien tuv u " "
with dliliculty thai tho hoy was rosutcitn
..j i furt )U reUomtion was only tem
porary, for liltui iiiim'riiig m.
aavs ueuieu nnu wns imyru.
-London is to havo n "children's thca-
Cor. Wnsliliiglau-nr.niul lllli-t
AV. G. OA RY,
PKINCI P A L UN DE RTA K EB,
SALES ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH STRE
Mom Hnrermrnl, Poiiilnr nnd Vrrieci
Of tlio rer.idaro our well knswn
mounted marshal and aids: Maryland,
District Columbia, Missouri, Now Jersey,
Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvnniai
cry strong nnd in two divisions), Ken
tucky, Ohio, Virginia. ThoRichmondcom
mandery presented n magnificent appear
ance. In addition to their usual uniform
which was exceedingly rich and different
in soino respects from ours, they bore long
blnck lances with metal points and black
penons with n whlto cross in centre of same
They came liuro in tneir own sicamsnip me revivals.
Ironsides." chartered for tho occasion! Protracted nicotines aro in progro.'s
whilo thoy mado tficlr Headquarters, wnno nt different points throughout tho county
In Baitimoro. Now York, Arkansas, Iowa, I
Alabama, Nebraska, Texas, Rhodo Island,
. ...t.l. 4l.A flnn.l t lAIYlTfl fl n ll firl fft flf
... ,. . I Tin. rinlnnniln tlfrnld BnVS! '-lUU
JvtuisaSj.ilinnesoin, uouisnum, uuuiijm, uiiu ---
... , m .... -I lt.... irn. I BllCClllieilll Ul 1UU UlU iuuiiu ...
Wisconsin, ienueiBce, voiiueutiuui, tm1
-The Popo county fair commences on
-Thousands of hoop polos aro being
shipped from Golconda.
A SHORT CROP.
The potato crop nbout Golsondn will
fall below the nvcrnge.
Thero Is ei-'ht pounds moro of Schuy
ler Colfax than there used to be.
Pianos aro mounted now on glass cas
tors, which is said to improve mu ioiio
A wholcsalu houso uuvcruscs'.
Wanted women to sell on commission.
Gal's, there's your chance.
Mrs. Woodhuli, or perhaps u may uc
ii.i,i,,.r,r.i imnrnvivi umin Solomon y
quoting, "Agitation of thought is the be
ginning of wisdom."
A learned lllnuoo inuy, wno ii nam
ing England, says tho vleo of intemper
anco wtls unknowi in India till the Eng
lish introduced it thero.
Young Brother "What's tlio matter
t.,-..7 Am von tinhiinnv because neither
o tlibso felluys you wns flirting with nt,
roouct vesteniny, propusea iu juui
Mtirv "lioth did, Tom. And I said yes
to the wrong oncl'
Illcrstadt, the artist, is on his return
from California with a portfolio of studies
of coast and mountain scenery Ho brings
with him, nlso, two elaixiraiu painunga "
jnmi nnd fish, by fc. M. Brookes.
Bralnbrldgo, On., with 1,500 WUihui
tants. will pit itelf again.l any town of
its" licit in tno nianuroi nusum uuoiua.
Tho records show an average oi nvo n"
inlaiit each week, or moro than one for
every six persons encu year.
A German porter nnd a Irenoli girl
were nuirrieu in minium wn n.vo, ......
18 hours acquaintance, tenner oi uiuiu
undorttiinds tho laiigungu of tho other, so
It will be somo littlotlmo beforo thoy can
light with any pence.
"I don't miss my cnurcn as mucn us
you suppose, " saiu a juuy iu uur uiiiu.iv.,
who had called upon her during her ill-
IIUSS, " lOr l m.MiO Jieuuy en uu n.o "
. I 1 ..11 nllltllA
Uow, as soon as mo ueu uvgiin i v...i...,
and tell mo who aro going to church, and
whether tiiey havo nnyiuing now.
Tho London Spectator slirowuiy tniiiKS
that tho fact of (inceii Victoria s niivnig
niont, Ma sachusctts, nnd representatives county, which havo been assayed, yielded unUer ,,cr u no rca;uU
llliii I, , I I , . .Hunt- nnnnl fr t WOlltV 1 . -1.- -1 1.1 I.. .1.11 m ,.11 .. liniflnpt lipr
A LEAUNED COBItESPONilENT of the
Murphysboro , Arjut "Buppocs Oiat
'American women in general know about
as much of a ballot as thoy do of ar ax,'
and further remarks: ' It would take
an ordinary girl somo time jo become
able to put up two cords of wood per
1 day, aud it would tako the newly en
'irancbised terl millions' a number of
veara to learn art of political combi
1 nation lwiiioh they might bafflo their
sight-sooing by tho visiting Sir Knighti
nnd to'recoiving and escorting to their sev
eral headquarters, by tho Baitimoro com
mandery, tho commaudoriui from ubioad
continuing to arrive overy hour. Throe
l.irirn toamers were at our disposal fur a
the revival, in which jtbouts of agony l.trlp down tho rivor and into Chesapeake
.......lt-l- . f A 1 I. t t .1 ..1. VA.I M..ll....t..n.l.
uu supjiucaiion iningio witn cries oi l ay. up uouru uu uu, numiuin uuu.
dcliKht aud halleluiahs of ulorv Tt of "usio and about 1,600 Sir Knights and
(was Methodism .tpeaking, to tho heart
tnrougii flio car spcakinu tho wnr.U
of intemse devotion, u most effective
wayr,of appealing to tho emotious.
ladics. Wo stoamed slowly down the bay,
enjoying every moment, to Fort Carroll, at
which point we rounded and wero soon on
our way back, stopping by Invitation at
ahl aiSlCS Of treat I nWa tbn rriiMm.nrlnrliimtoil n Kir
cathedralspictures of Christ by artists Knlght-ord.rcd out n battalion of flying
who, as a great author says, breathed I artillery, consisting of four full batteries.
humble aspirations between every two tormx- peeul gratification. Thoy went
P ..' Wl,l." L. '. through with all tholr many and inttlcato
IVUVUVU V tl.V H1UM .Mm HWUmt Ui I . , ti l.,. .ni.,il.ltw .1
, . . i . i nil "VOIUIIOHI Willi BUrl"HB li-t,llivjl "livi
eacrea places in which 1110 men oi me wouud un witb ,flmtu 0f sixty guns, nfto
from tho Grand Priory of thu Dominion of
Canada, closing with tho carriages of tho
Grand Eminent Commander nnd Staff
forming in nil
THE MOST 11RILLIANT TAOEANT
by far that was ever scon in tho United
States and tho romombranco of which will
ever remain green In tho hearts of tho
After passing tho monument, whoro all
tho Sir Knights uncovered, in memory of
that groat and good man ana mason,
Geori'o Washington, tho procession lilod
by the Grand Commandor and staff, at
Masonic Tempiu ana was uismissca. Thus
onded tho crowning glory of tho wholo
pilgrimage, which far exceeded our most
sanguine expectations. Munyot the com
mandrics nt onco loft for home, and the
sound of music was heard on tho street till
long after midnight, as some commandory
was wending Its way to tho depot. Thoso
of us who remained visited Washington
the next day, on Invitation of tlm com
mandorles thoro. 'J. he first train loft Haiti-
more at 8:20 and then in rapid succession
until U a.m., when ovor six thousand Sir
Knights, tholr ladles and citizens of Baltl
more, woro safely landed In Washington
AN o wero nt once formed In line on Tonn
sylvnnla avenue, and numbered nbout
thruo thousand, thn balance, who had thul
ls relOi them, not joining in tho rnrade
a per cent, of pure silver equal to twenty
ounces to tho ton.'
-Tho farmers aro busy putting In their
Sweet William; Dirty Bill; Big Bill;
Hnndsomo Bill; Bill Skycs; Counterfeit
mil Fnncv Bill and Suburban Bill, aro I
mill miiiiv iirlviito houses, woro draped in
tho novel nick names givon to tho young mourning ntid festoon, of crape, wero hung
mon of murphysboro whoso parents ciirist- aiong an mu sing . .u.u .
cned tlicm William. ,,winn t. on foot to build a
.Tho members of tho Methodist con- , fr',m'T,.lndo. Ohio, to St. Louis.
crccctlon of Murphysboro, witn many pftS8ig through Sbolbyvillo, tiinois. a""
.. i .i ..tit.. -,. v,n n. s: T.nnia i,nuhH mi la informed that
other person, s g. eu - - ... , -- - bu,M
ppointmentofltev.u. w. uuuer to ma; 7 per mile can
whv alio should mb UtlU IV nCKlCCl Jicr
A. . mi... I .. V...i.
tutlilln (liitlf. l 1ILUI 111 Ui mu -7s,v-
for's strictures is that, as a rulo, it is nob
ler to dio iu harness than In bed, nnd that
tlmOuuon uvincos nn 'unmlbtaknblo ten
dency to laziness:
Tim death of J ames u. uianton, unair-
f t lin Alabama Democratic Stato Ex
ecutive Committee, creates proiounu grioi
all ClaSSOS in lUIll UllUU. J'.vurjr uynni.ii
houso In Montgomery, wlth6ut oxeoptlon,
No una knows ;
No ono shuwetli
Here and 'h re,
In ami out,
Hound about ;
Ntrn id imy .
Ho it K"ea,
No on Snowa ,
Wnero ll ROeth,
Nn nno Hhowath
bo raised nloiiL' tho lino, atld tho rlglil oi
way secured. "On tho 6th of Oc tober, a
meeting is to 1o held at Bholhv vllle, 111
nois.to seowhatennodono for tho pro
ject. Stato Jiegiiter.
Omioalto tho ro.tollico, on HUth Btreot between
1 1 Wa.blugton and Commercial arcnues,
This homo has been thoroughly over-hauled
refmnlsheil and renovated, and la now oeiin ro
thn r ceptlon of ueta. Tim rooma are all large
nnd well Tonlllatud, and fimhiturc ,n,',-"''ton
kept mght andday, WIU. OAtte,,.
Doth are of the slmpieil conduction, and to
ea.ily managed that we guarantee inem logtT
As no Article Iu the household Ins agreater In
flueuoe in protuotlnith. health, coinfoil and hap
ilnS of the family circle than the conking
store, It l economy as wall as policy loj;citi,
rery lt; and in kuyingtho
You can rely on gelling the most succet-fiil, p
uUr and pcrfi-ct cooalng etove eer m.de.
Ton aro always sure of harlng Juloy, Tender and
delicious Ileef.take., Ch'cken, Ham, Chops, eta,
Kxcclsior Manufacturing Company,
CI2andCH N. iIaln-it.,St. Louis. Mo.
AND ALL LIVE STOVE Jisjl)'.3.
C. W. HENDERSON, Agent,
nooT.s and mioi:s.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
lletween Waihmgton Avenue and l'oplar Street.
Hoots and Shoes Made to Order.
Fine Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP S1URT FACTORY
sols AQtacr ro
HOOTS AND SHOES
oiuiucrclnl Avcune, Corner or Klst,
particular attention paid to all or
ders for iioorskiilts and shoes.
I. & E. GREENWAJUD.
Flour oml Orlst MUIi
Tho "Tupper" l'atent Orato bar,
MAOIIINKIIY fOH OENKRAL VUltrOSKS,