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Tin oflnal fan oj AkMti' twin) lAMtftlMM
Oun i tht ami mornlnf ipnlv in Southern Iltinoli !
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rre vii all u&leett ol luttrul to the public ;
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLYJICLLETIN
John H. Obtrto Co, no reJuced the ub-
-ctli'tioK'fl'ff of th"WfK!yt5'ro 'BurjeWto"
On If pfrnnijm. insKing II (no cqtuptii p
per imbll-hf a m-'oul'h'rn tlllooU.
DE.MOCHATIO COCNTV xrCKCT.
f KfrlTrTinW1 tHvl!,JJK V
30E P. HELY. r
The Methodist and pood Templars'
societies of'isconsin jiavc, declared
against the radical candidate for gover
ner ofithat jtajcj bocaphe isamaJitej.-
Fked. Grant, like his father, is not
averse tdiriakblg'fc little niohoy. DOtAide.
of his regular business. tIo draws" bis
pay as aV let. f0.
is engaged as a civil engineer on a
western railway. ,VIf T '
The .democratic, jtatc. convention
pa.'scd a resolution' pledging - tho dem
ocracy to a full and free acceptance of
tho conrtitutional amendments, and-re-cognizing
the political privileges of
colored men equal to those of white
citizens. A'. ;,. i '
The Cook County
1 1 iiti r
tltisTall. Kt leaVstH
they say they are. They had.a.oonveu
tiun in Chicago the p-'icr day,, at, which,
it wa deeUted that the country is gc
inS toitbe, devil, and unleis women
catch hold and help do tho votijig,noUt
ing will save' it.1 "Mrs. fan" friufc'le is
not a ItipjY&u -"Wrriklo, and ?bc" iffftto
be caught napping on the Question of
her rightsand. Mr&( J'aife,jlpp.'fcpro-j
pose to wait any longer. Their plan is to
register, go to the polls and if thev are I
not aiiowea w-vote, woTing tne matter
befor&'thb'WnrUi.: Co ii, ladieJ. Tluck
is the motive,pawr of ,the .nineteenth
A Cincinnati Commebciai., of rc-
cent date, mentioned the cafe of the
hero oJArkansas Post, who, forgpttcn
by the-pariy. in power, is depend
ent for h's - bread . 1 on' the
kindness of friends in Covington,
KentueVy.An American traveler iu
Switzerland writes, that Gen. Robt. A,u
aer?on, nciore whom fcumptcr tell, is
now living at Ge leva. He is in bad
health. h&uirTe andJifoun bhlldtob,.
and drawi, hglf.i.uyllfj)r,hi3ortmftrafer4,
v'.eei in the arrpy. Tajs aaUry,, which
would not keep bim from starving in
his own country,1 barely provided him
with the necessities of life in a foreign
land. ;Vjwed jthtl.gty of sich fttfl,
a3 these, Ueu. Grant s nepotism ts a
crime which deserves deeper execratipu
than it has vet "'received," even at the
hands of his bitterest enemies
Ii" THE RADICAL TICKET of
not tho winninfoToalh9l()proabhirig
ele2tion.jaatsjtCj(jtrjll bo no fault
of tho aiiininistration. Graut's adlio-
rents aro faithfully attdndrng f"o his in
terests.' Tho unuiual efforts for tho
succeis of radicaif8Tm' inWhTo''fieci.
tatos the neglect of publio business in
Washington city," biit Uhisiia1 'small
matter compared with gettinc thinus-in
.mivu luumucrs 01 tue cabinet,
Boutwoll, Delano and Robeson havo
desortcd their posts hi rtfd capital to
perform their parts in the Ohio cam
paign. Senator Sherman urges tho ne
cossity of ' Icnrilh'g" tli'o 'afejS&l
clorks atWjibgJon, wjiohavo jtheir.
homes iti Ohio, homo to vote. The
reason for tho extra exertions' of the
administratiou party may baifbundiin
tho COHClualOtt of a ' latfe'drHfaYr-Ti .fti
Iscw orlc bun.
"According to the latest Ohlq-adylces,
tho state skUted'irori thoH epiiblli
cans byt Uast'tvrcnty.flve thousand ma
jority, M'dMmlW Aohding' bttlf
tlut iiuniberr'-the ci-tejt has nairowed
down to a stri.lfui t!,itilitTtl df itho iegi
islatun.i.T0rjrlilti'i$siuithl ,npuet da-'
ponds unoo'tbd ilolsutloin to-be elected
from tho ttoVola'rid'and 31hrinnal dli-'
ttlcu Aslhn ropubllcans have rnado
Sunday luo In bolii thcfe looulltle
ni, luu .mi limn? in j nuii"K , ,
lvof l.oth political paftl.s ' .i -
with tlm rovontm r-fo' ' conjunction
ii" i rt'fAiviiiu.ito'oi 'tnoir
,m so (4l)tildJlliiiiho'nrf
I In cs"i4r't tStf U'fck-.:
1 i1!lv''iliifcr.ftflj.Hh6 ,
.mate oft'in rn'ted State Iri 1872. Hofco
the cause of Sherman's dispatch, and tin.'
ri"iH!iHMVii pnrt'ot.lhff secretaries, nnd.
they propnscJ drnKOoniug. "fV'O depart-
- Tun Chicago Post of Tuesday
''TlmJiitiM'U'iiWtWllHflBr iW wmv
to low taxes, nndiTAyiu extinction of
Hip .niDgftj.nqt j)V rv
dat'e nubliglieB fc'l-statttmcnt -i of the fi-
,gjnc(yqqftfjho country, laken ffprnllic.
ofRfciai-tccdrds: -By a careful ''perusal
of ho following oxiraciy it will -.be
seen that. Secretary BoutwelPfl stato
njenff,.and thp official figures do not
agrccf and-rftadiiig'pcoplci'Will bo ablo
to judge-forthcmsclrcs nrto tho satis
factory condition of 'Ihc financial eitua-
"On the llrst day of July, J 870, it ap
pears from tho books of tho department,
hs certified to by the register of tho treasu
ry, Uco psco 2tCr finance oport, 18(0,)
khat .the debibrnduntrfd to 2,0;368,5!)O.-
H, nu on ino last any oi aiuvbiuui
tiflck (pwte XVt financial report) that lt
wHS;tl!.418.C73.0t4.43. So'tbatinstead Of
hav nir. reduced tho debthfcfhas increased
MlUMSW, in five months,, being an
nnvinL rruuet-u luu uouk
"KVetnge Incrcaso of six c
iH Increaso of six million nor month
"Oi?bWD XXrVt the locrctarv certifies
that. the publ.l(flJM!0iJho,.flMt IdaJ'" of
auiy loiu, was ,iov oi-y.i.oi.
'Tho recistcr (page 270) cer'iflcs
that on that day it .was $2,380,368,-
59J).7-i. To bo accounted for,f04,8l3,828,0J.
Dh rmrm 270 tho reuitar ccrtmcd that on
the first f July, 180V, tho debt .' warf $2,-
489,004,480 68. On pago AX.I finance
Kanort. tno accrciarv corimos tnai n wa
on too nrsi uuy oi ouiy, ioiu,
457 81, showing a reduction during the
year" 048,330,05:1 77, instead of $101,601;
010 B8, as clalnxwl by-tho eecretarf on the
I7.t I'll -T.i tafi '.n .flnjmn
cy of $93,271,864 117 , . ,
Hero arc tho officlal rccordsofthoTreasj
ury UD'parlmon, tho stalsfnonts of the sec
rotary, treasury, and register under oath
'ino register ip incooon-Kooporoi mo gpv
crnacnifhls records import absolute varf-
etv. . "voir, whom snail webolfevo? where
Is this fearful sum of nearly 014, hundred
million 7 jo wonacr tnai'i; cost rjj.-
000,000 in 18700 administer the Govern
menl when tbVpubllc funds were entrusted
J.0 fubh hands, against $50,000,000 in 1860,
when thoy wero . controlled Dy the demo
crats' .STATsii tnH Vfif 'Jk. v
llc b' xPend'turel pjcbsiojbe pub-
For 1870... u ..$191171.030,00
iror 1B00 bV,U00,704 71
DiffereBc6Tr. - TOii4;m - T - d
. . ,o,rr, J I
(See financo rcporb 1870,' toktfo 31.)
On thn 9lt nf- .lulr. -1HRR. . Swrotar
BoutWell stated 'oh' the floor or the'house
of. representatives, tbat-from April. 1, 1865,
to'January- 1, 1868, "wo1 paid $1,030,006,
000 of the national icbt," and added :
"In the face of this grout fact, that in
two years alanine naqtjthbjicxtraordin
arv taxation and extraordinary offorts to
bc'surojitfpaidiSh, C,000,000or the pub
llc debt, aro 0 to fsom'o that tbo people
of this country ara not, annually to make
considerable) payment's at U10 p b'.ic lebt
of the country? -Almpl one-thud of the
puMic debt of tho country has been paid
wi) years nnd nine months.'.' 4Sce Cbn-
qrttiinnal Globe containing -proceedings of
July '2 1,1 863.) , 'e' '
Uvlreferrinc to naco 276,'Pinanco Re-
the lit e
it,wil eeeen tuat sue pupiieiaeorpni
t of JuV, I9O0,' wns $2.C82,r;!)3;o5C 53'
i'aid to Jnnu'
nry; I, 1 808, r " "'
Bi.utwcll $1. DOC, 000,000 00
Paid In T870,
p. in.). . ..101.cor.010 88
Debt,. July 1st, 1870, according to
But on pago...2JC, ,it. is stated officially.
wcf,ojie, andituo XMusana
On ml'oXV. financo reDorL HSr. Uout-
"oil itatvsthat tho'debt on the first-dky of
r. I U 711 1IA ! .till IU IMS
titciuuQli lulu, u Vi 1 iu.uiu.uiii 1
iiera.ro'inoiexniiiiwi.cr Jir. uoutweiia
no two of them agreeing, and twoof them
ditfcrlni: over a thousand, millions
With all these discrepancies staring
-tltSm' irfthf'faee false", records, false s'tatt-
inenis, connicyng accounts 01 receipts, ex?
peudtturci, and ,p5h'lfc"'d'eht: embezzle
ments, fnjuas und dcfjilviiUons; tho publjo
money unaccounted for;" total disregard
qi reMioniioiiirp (' iiwer recKiessnejii in ex-
penditurpj anu no accountability nny-whorq-t-o
government ' turned over to irroponiiblo '
clerk ;lho prenident,- eablHcnlolIIcors,
heads' or bureaus, nna"sterctaries abiont
from he1r popti frqin,prlng 9wlntor,ftl
tho gpvornmbrit's public 'treasury1 'loft to
tako caro of Itself. Is it strange thnt taxes
'fi frightful, or that nobody Knows what
iccom,epfithe paofliotnoflpy fji i 1 t
(IVirsoniran'i'aenffai'.r 1 ' 1 T" -
OHvfl T.Ofrnn' nAUr.lrrtiiPA tlntt RnUlt
Wii 'imtUlcd "Nice Young J.Ie0'' , , M, ,
Georq FuncIs Tralg is .relating , Jijs,
exportencos of his travels in -Europe, to
owtjrrn.audi'ences. ' '
Thoodoro tfiltbh'ln Regard 'to tno
right Ql,uffraK0,-.atUc!Ui1.tbat "yery
"American child acquires, athe m6ment
"of his birth, his American citizenship
"and all tho right! 'which arVlhbludcd'011
"It Just as ho ncqulresj at tbo samo ino-
"ment, tho right to Inhorl property bo-;
-queameu to mm by msiAnceiior. liut
"tfa does not come into tho possession or
"enjoymont of this property, , or idfUhis
" suffrage, until ho is Is of ago. That Is
The power of hereditary goyornmont
Is waning at a rapid rate Sn England. An
Address Istely clrcjilaUdJby ho,Blmipgi
.iurai Association contains tho fol-
Joyiings axi 11 fUdU i :. t'
.i .n v into nas arrivca when
iSIIiSK?3.' V ""lob. helths en
jures ylUlotn In Ind vlduslxr.or patriotism
jnons to carry tbo v of n, " S.
rrlvod in this country during Ut year, U
gjven at 321,350. 100,428 were malos und
139,022 wero females; 58,0J0vcm Kng
Ilshj 57,439 woro Irish; 11,031 wore
Scotch, and 890 worn Walsh. The re.
that tha debt on that lav was' yj,aw).3:
ttttferenee of beA
malndur were from other pirti nf Kurepe.
Th . nowp)or whloh publlshts
'"'Mil iays ' if"
m& -JiWltli tho (ntrfxliicloryjrmark thut
dojrilho! rfccflsmkohiiils Eunson or
j nit' yv&, bytnany aufcharcr6loiioc-
tlvo litre ns a word-echo, well-nigh prrftct,
or lis own wild throbbing,' appeitrn lo
us to bo piling It rather high.
In Chicago, young girh of twelve
years and upwards, daughters" of respecta
ing tne public ttrccts in tho cvcnlnir. In
jjonio Imtanfcesf1 tuel6'6uh; girls havo
bcconrAlrig''c6nduc't; Althottgb this is an
nge'ofi progression in everything pertain
( iyl 'liai,MlL';...t
not "peculiar to Olilcago, of 'alhjwing'glrli
nti 'undue amount of liberty istone'thfet
muit'rult in'uWimataibftrm.to.th'e c)ss.
Tlie "bonloncst," Is.the'hcitpUce.fof lit-
giua biiu vig uiius wvt uibjiubiiuii
to forsake ft' for tho promonado and the
thoroughfare, should call for extra watch
fulness on the part of parents and guar
aO.W GRANTiBEOAMK A. STOOK-
I10LDEB IN THE 8ENE-
now pESSpoST, . POBTpa,. AUD. ADCOCK
1IECA11C BUAKEUObUjBBB MUI"I
SriD" USE THE BEXXCV. STONE AND
no otheii loitWuhtcK rjjifno rnoPEr.-
Tt ' KK FOR . THE, COMMITTEE OV
SBVEjrrf rNHvAsifixoToi-. ' ' I
(CoirejponJtnceof the N, T.Sun.)
"SVasiunoton, D. fJ.,JSopt. 30, 1871.
Three years ago J. L.Xidwell of this city
mado tho discovery mat uo had some
va'uablo stoiie quarries on land which hu
ovk u 1 In this 'vlilnltv. Ho nroteeded at
'K.icoio organize n company, known as
VU.3 "aUUCCl. DUllUlllg D1UUU X&BBVVIttblUll,
with a flew to have this material intro-
'duced in the various'publlc buildings and
antocedonts. bowovor, woro of such nu
objcpUonabio character, and bis sympathies
with tho Lost Causo bad been so openly
avowed..tbat bo met with no encourage
ment on thn'part of tho authorities, and all
tho orders rcceivod by bis company for
the products of, tho rencca quarries came
ram oiu private, cuizoiii anu secessionists
r Washington vicinity.
Kidwelllsh'sbrewd man and It did not
takoihlm lone to find out that under tho
present-Administration he roust offur some
other inducement, than would merely .bene
fit tb'o. public, beforo ho could touch tbo
sympathies or awaken tho interests of thoso
having "authority. So ho increased the
stocli, which was originally marked at
$300,0.00 to $500,000, and proceeded to dis
tribute the samo 'Judiciously among tbo
different members of the Administration.
This new denarture distrusted a lariro
L--. - irriTr 1 r. . P
- ro! 8" w6 il'l?.1!,1? lhi'
company so long as It .was a legitimate en-
torprisr, and they, withdrew their names
irom'tbeooncern aitoetne.. '1 hoy argued
that .sucb a barefaccct-attempt to-interest
QpyernmentofSpjals in the company would
Overreach itself, and that tb'o fraud would
be so' patent thnt no omcial would dare.to
order any'of this' Seneci stone to be used
in public woric 01 any Kino, uut
Kidwell had faith in his plan ' and
has continued in it in tbo face of all oppo
sition. AluUctt, tho government architect.
has bold out against all blandishment un
til this summer. wHch. either. through want
01 inuuence oriofmvu connivance, no nn
allowitl benecn stone to be used in ull di
The government toclfbolders, as they
now stand on tho'bookV. wlib'tho 'amount
ufldck creditcd'tothclr njimcs, are afol-
IOTTB i I
1 U. S. GraKt, president of tho United
- Horace Torter, priyatrffeciftary to "the
Gen. F. T.lTJont, assistant private secrc-
tarv to the nresidenL 10.000.
Uen. Jllchier, former superintendent of
public nuiiuings, 9iu,uuo.
Gen.O. E. Uabcdck, present superintend-:
enfof public building,"S10,006. 1
II. Di Cooke, governor of the District of
Columbia, $24,9,000. lf"
4tJ.L. Kidwoll, $130,000.
burgeon-Goneral Batnc's, $ll,00d,
Quartormaster-Oeneral Meigs, f.,000.
John W. Forney, $8,00a
Gen. Eaton, $4,000.
Geh. Dent received, bis. stock on tbo day
!. r 1 . 1 .
. v Avns uvuu mip. t7wn vti iuu unT
mat ucnryj,,uopio xecivco nis appoint-
mentas Govornorof tho district of Colum
bia. Gen. Rabcock received his about the
,timp be was appointed superintendent of
liljlic buildingt, vice Gen. MItchler, re
moved. Sinco tho government ring was organ
ized, the Soneca quarries can hardly yield
(ti't .enough to supply tho domand. Tho
stono ijrufc"d "for .everything. Thore are
two mljoi pf solid, .waljs built of this ma-,
terial around tho Arlington Comoterv. nnd
iiiued cluslvoly in national cemeteries
wUhip.Lioiivouloutacccssof this point. The
immense Freedmcn'sSavlng's Bnk, which
has Jdst been put up In I'cunsylvnnia av
enue, north of the -'treasury department.
is built of Sstaeca atone. -This is the build
ing which Is huruafier to accomodate- tho
department of justlco, and sovoral other
government officials, at a rental of $18,000
por annum. Tho foundations of tho new
stato .'department building, now being
erectod in tho rcarof tho riavy department,
will bo built of this stono, in splto of arch
itect Mullett's OUT nest nrotnst'tn tho rnn.
'a t. - 1 . f n . ...
irury, uo ueing oi uioopinion, hat jt is too
un iwr hub purpose aii tno improve
monts around tho treasury department
tbis summer havo been madq ,with this
stono f new wnlks laid with it
and old ones torn up and ro,
placed by It. Over at tho 'Airrleul.
tural Bureau It is also tho favorito matorial
for all kinds of purposes. And un at th
.capitol tbjs summer it has been used In
immonio quantities in tho Improvements
mado In the crouuds and around tho lo.
callty. In somo instances, a In I tr.M
IWDplo througbfarcs havo been paved with
it. 'ab ine csoncca uutidlnc Htono Asso.
elation now stands, It is ono of the most
prosperous busincso Institutions in, the
country, and most loitunato'aro thev who
vvit nujr u) iu cluuk,
.... . e 1 . .....1. -
- mi ...i, . . .
auo puDiisnea proposals rowork In tho
liuiiiiiiai tuuiuiriu, nnu Oilier pUDIIC prop-
v(,hiiiuii Brti Lruoareu oy quartermaster
geuuraijJiiiigi.jiuu igneu oy Mntjtjurt
that Seneca Hone and none cfAer shall be
( fx--", r -; "
(From the Cblcago . Trlbuno. IUd.1
Tho Secretary of tho Treasury, In tho
October statment of the publio debt, makes
no mention of tho $130,000,000 of cold
which ho is SuoDosed to. havo nn .ihunil
from tho sale of Lliat uinount of Ii imrVnht
bonds, and makes no mention of tho $130-
uuu,uwoi oor.us issuea by blm for tbo
money. In hi Olnclnnatlpoech be stated
that he had.issued those .bonds, and had
vuu uiuuoTiuu uuiiucu. no omit, refer
ence to Wio transaction, becauso tho' Issuo'
yi.sucn ppnus was prohibited by law?
Why wmenoh a largo Item ot tho national
uoni wuoiiy ignored in nis otuouu.ute-
PAILYBULLETIN, FRIDAY; OCTOBER G,1871.
THE MURDER OPAIISS SANDERS,
T1IK NIOUOLASVlLtE ODTRA'JK.
ll'rom tho r.filnlon I'rejo, 0l. X)
'lho young imly, Jftln aandori", who wns
shot by burglars near Icholnsvlllo, oil
tkturday nlht, oxirod' yosU-rdiy nfti-r
enJurltiii fearful agonic. Who hid re
ceived thmo shuts, ouu In tho hand un l
tw In O10 breast, both passing through
tho loft lung
Hbc stati'd baforu bor death that tho
parly wnslsted of fnufnegrnus nnJ a flftli
who wan ilifguiswl, but suppived to havu
been a whito man, as h?, tedinod lo cunftrol
thoothors. As tho men Wero' 'lh' thd act
-oftukinc Foster out. they displayed n
rope, aue, not knp.wfng but thoy .Inten
ded to 'hang blm, in bor anxtety conceived
tho Idea of fr" tbtcnl'ng the party If pos
sible. Going into nnjnnor room she pro
cured a loaded shot-gun, nnd'as slip, ap
proached tbo party again, ono barrel was
discharged, sbo does not' know how; lod
ding tho contents In the ceiling, Irorae
blately the party fired upon rjcr. Taklpg.
Foster out, they tied him io a trco, and'
by threatening to take his life compelled
blm to disclose whero the money was.
He saw the four negroes, nnd knew them
to be strangers.
A1J this occurred between tho hours of
eight and nlno o'clock. It appears that
thoro was a circus show at Nicholasvlllo
on Saturday evening, and tho burglars se
lected this time, when thoro would bo loss
4ikoIihood of assistance Teaching their vic
tims Tho robbedy of tho toll-gnto keeper.
Wolob, on this side of Nicholasvlllo, did
not take placo until tbrcu o'clock in tho
monrning. Whon tho thieves, broko into
the house, a llttlo girl jumped out of a
backVindow and ran screaming for assist
ance. Tho miscreants fired at her tbrao
or four times but fortunately missed her.
It is a matter cf commont that the
thieves siom to havo boon well Informed
as to the timo at which 16 make their radc
on tbo toll-gate.' It was approaching tho
first of tho month, whou tho keepers wero
preparing to pay over their reclpts. and
whon they had tho most money on hand.
It Is bell jved that the thieves came to
Lexington after committing their depre
dations, ns one or the norses tnoy stole was
lound next day near mis city.
IMl'IlODAllLE VANDALISM. .
If we may bellevo tho Now York H'orW,
a piece of vundalism Is in preparation in
Boston which ls not very far behind tho
iconoclastic fully of thoso who pulled down
the Vendomo column in Paris. Tho
World says that certain Boston specula
tors propose to level and grado tho histo
ric mound known as Bunker Hill, in that
city, for tho purpojo of cutting it up into
AVhother this enterprise has received
tho sanction of tho municipal authorities
or tho public is not stated, nor aro any de
tails given with regard to tbo manner or
mattor Of tho work, or tho namos nnd
character of thoso said to bo engaged or
Interested in the project; so that tho
announcement maybe premature, or tbo
facts oven evolved from the d op tin of tbo
Nen, York journalist's imagination.
It is certainly to bo hoped that tbo
scheme If scbemo there be will provo
abortive, for tbo wholo country naa a com
mon heritage of patriotic pride in Bunker
Hill, and its destruction, especially for
mere mercenary purposes, wonld be consid
ered a national outrago, nay, almost a
CASSIUS M. CLAY-
nis sriEcii inst. louis.
Cassius M. Clay spoke in St. Louis on
tho 3d to a large audience. Ho was intro
duced by ex-Lieutenant Governor Stewart,
and quite a number of prominent represen
tatives were on the platform. Mr. Clay
triced tho development of tne human race
from the enrlieu known periods of its
existence ; believed the present civilization
tho highest ynt attained, and thought tho
condition ot tho American peoplo better
now than at any previous time. Ho said
tbo present political situutlun should he
accepted. The great mass of tho North
ern peoplo havo no antipathy to tho
Southern pceplc, and desire to livo under
one and an indivisible government. It is
only the Democrats who have gono into
the Republican party that are keepini: up
tho agitation, and endeavoring to set tho
whites against tbo blacks. He went over
a good deal of the ground that Senator
Schurz has, and was aveu moro sevoro
upon. President Urant than thai Senator
"I bellevo that mino will bo tho fate
of Abel," said a devoted wifo to bor bun
hnnd, ono day. "How so?'' replied her
husband. "Becauso Abel was killed by a
-club, and your club will kill ma if you
continue to go to it eyory night."
"Lwish I was a littlo French girl,''
said a ten-year-old. ''Why?'' asked her
mamma, "Uecausnthen 1 should know two
anguages." "How so?" 'Why you
now 1 can speaK Jlenirllsh now. and
rencli would muko two."
A letter from Bonn tells a storv of a
German General, .who, on inspecting hU
troops, not long ago, addrossod thorn thus:
"Now my children, -wo can onca more net
soriouly to work. Tho pastimo of war is
an end. and drill must go on regularly
Tho San Francisco Alia savs: "Tho
great progress that has boon made in labor
saving machinery is well illustrated by
tho fact thnt no loss than seyenty farmers
nave, uoen cui o pieces ny. niuwlng mil
cblnes this season in Illinois. It wonld
hnvo takun tho most export wood-chopper
a long timo to have dono this with an old-
A rocint Paris letter v tlinm ...
about thirty dressmakers' shops where,
as at Worth's, tho coods nro not lmtr'
than olsuwhero, hut where thoy cost about
U.-11 iiiiieB muir vniuc. xnov aro nntrnn.
Izcd by fools with moro money than wit,
und chiefly by forolirn fool
Americans, English and Russians belnt;
their best customers.
Madamo du Catacazv. wtr nf ! i..
siaii 111 nlstcr at Washington, has received
from Brussels somo exqulslf toilets.- They
nro marvels of richness and boauty, The
silks aro all of tho new shades, which nro
uowcrv, inai -win 00 tno envy of all brides
Tho Chincso aro a littlu 1
jealousy of thofr physicians. When' anv
or their wives aro Indisposed, thoy fuston a
silken thread around her wrist, tho cord
of which is given to tho pbvslcian. nnd It
is only by tho motion which tbo pulsation
communicates to it that ho is BllnwJi .
Judgoof the state of his patient.
Tho Prlnco of Wales, it is said, has not
read a book slnco he left colleim ..n,i ,i
clares himself unable to keep awake over
the cleverest novels for moro than
mlmites. This recalls Thackoray's caus-
110 lunruimmui umuiier rrince of Wales,
afterward GoorgoIVi "But this Gcoico
wat was ho 7 I look through all this life
aim rucuLjiuiu nulling uiii a pow and a
grin. I know of no sentiment that ho over I
distinctly uttorou. uociiinonts aro pub
lished under his namo, hut Pconlo wroto
thorn: privato letters, but pooplo spoiled
them. Ho 'cut a grout "Georgo P., or 1
'Georgo R..' at tho bottom 6f tho page and
fancied bo bad written the papor. Somo
seller's clerk, somo poor uuthor,
some man did the work,
aw to - the spelllnif, cloaned
up tho slovenly acntonces and t-avo ibo
it nimi nit
THE JOINT DISCCSSION.
From tli Chlcngw.Trnit. "j,''
Tho first Of the c'oflos of.' Joint discuss
Ions between Hon. Jainea IX. Ddllttle nnd
G noi-al VO, 'Wrtuhbure, Vcspcctlvcly th'e
dortK i-nllo nnd republican candidates for
irovi nor ot in- Jn, took r ico ontho 3d
I hut., at Ohkosb, pliee previously h's
j torlci for the facllltbs which it affords for
htiV" a; n little fun with the bov ." Judge
jouii 10 a opening spocrh was mainly de
voted lo enforcing the ch ime that tho po-
called republican .party Is rapjdly, central
izing mo gs,vorn,rooT.i. u 11 notaoia mat
Goneral Washburn utterly failed to answer
this charge, and Iceras, to have been con
tent wlthi readlnir extract from .ludtfe.
Doolittld's speeches dhrlng' the War. reflec
ting upon tno nomocraiio paatv. Jlr..
Voollltlos rejoinder that hisr consistency
was to principals', and hot to'partlos, was
banpv and forcible. Altogether, tboio
discussions promise to be Interesting add to
result in auccidod advantaga to the dem
ocratic party ia that state; '
Horatio S'oyinour, opposed tho admls
stdn of.tho representatives from Tammany
in tho New 1ork.democr.Uic stato conven
tion. Tho Now York Herald prophecies
"that we shall probably boar of Goneral
Butler for tho Vlco Presidency in the
Bcpublican National Convoatlon of 1872.''
Tbo Golden Arje (Radical) says : " It
remains to bo Seen whether they (the poo
plo) will consent to let Gen. Grant uso tho
nation's money nnd sell its offices to rc
Almost twenty of tho ynung women
recently employod In tho engraving nnd
printing bureau, at Washington, havo
been let off on furlough, the prevent busi
ness of the offlco not demanding their serv
ices. i Both tho Republican and Democratic
Congressional Committees are sending
immenso supplies of political documonts
to Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana, with
a vio to influence the coming elec
Says a lato telegram: "Gen. Lag
1 range, superintendent of tho mint at San
1 Francisco has notified a number of old
' republican employes that, inconsequence
'of political pressure, ho must dinpense
'with their services. Tnelr successors aro
1 supposed to he favorable to tho countinu
' anco of the present administration.
A Washington "correspondent "of the
Boiion Potltays: "So cortain aro tho
' Ohio Democrats of carrying vho lcgisla
1 turc, that already thoy aro canvassing
' tho chances o the various prominent
' person! named for United States Senator.
' Among theso ore Grocsbock, Ewing,
1 Pendleton, Morcnn nnd Judco Ranney.
' The lattor, in case ho shall carry, as Is
'probable, his stato senatorial district,
' will most likely be elected United States
' Snator, should tbo Democrats have a
'majority in tbo legislature. "
THE LATEST NEWS
Southern the actor sailed from Lon
The official vote of California is not yet
obtainable. The returns aro still incom
plete. Dr. Tarks, of Qulncy charged with cau
sing tho death ot Mrs. Hobson by an abor
tion, was arrested on tho 3d.
non. Wm. H. Seward arrived at Now
York on the 3d on the Europa, and is now
Tho Ship James Bath founded in tho
hay of Biscay In a lato storm nlntecn men
Tbo secret agonts of Napoleon, who havo
been Intriguing for tho restoration of the
empire, havo ocen arrested in Paris.
Shipments of tea from Sun Francisco
oast by railroad during tho month,of Sep
tember were 3,955,560 pounds; coffee, 4,1
The vintage has commonced throughout
the st'uti of California. The product will
exceed 8 000,000 gallons, exclusivo of brun
by. General James Totten, who was General
Lyon's principal artillery officer at tho
battle of Wilson 4 Creek died Monday at
tho residence of General George R. Smith,
in Sodalia, Mo.
' I TEAR1S.
Teach self-denial, and make its practice
pleasurable, und you create for tho world a
destiny more sublime than ever from the
brain of tho wildest dreamer.
It is easy to exclude tbo noontide light
by closing tno eys; and, it Is. easy to resist
tho clearest truth by hardening tho heart
In all differences consider that both you
and your opponunt are dropping off, and
that oro long your very memories will ho
Thoro are moments when petty slights
are hardcr to bear than even a serious In
Jury. . Men havo died ,of the resting of a
Man's hearts ought not to bo set against
one another, but set with ono another,' and
all against tho evil thing only.
A man behind the timo Is apt to speak
ill of them, on the principal that nothing
looks well from behind.
Public reformers had need first practice
on their own hearts that which thoy pro
pose to try on others.
Steadfastness Is a noblo quality ; but un-
guiacu Dy unowicugo or humility, It be
Next to tho man who can answer a on en
tion thoroughly is tho man who can ask it
Tho moro any ono speaks of himself tho
less no likes to hear nnothct talked of,
No'sclonco is sptcdlly learned by tbo
nouiesi genius wiiuout tution
What' thou soost speak of with caution
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