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J'UBLIHIIKI) JIY JOHN H. OHKKiYT A CO.
M. (, HAUUKM. AHKOCFATK KMTOIt.
8ATUHDAY, JULY 17, 1809
Illinois Central It. It , ClinnK or Time.
Tho traliiH now leave tun follows:
Mnil irintHli'ini'. at 2 o'clock: n.m,
l"..ircfH " ' lo p.m.
Mnil trniti arrive nt 2 oVIv I: n.m.
Kxpri'M " " i.i 1:03 " p.m.
ruiumiTTjtAi.vB: , ,
Way, lente ut (..'lOo YV U a.m.
I'jirc, " ...... ...... 4:10 " in.
Wny, nrnre ut.. Ai.to " p.m
Ktprcaa " 7:Jo " .tn,
Daily, Sun-lays excepted.
Aril vol mill Drpnrturn of .Mnil.
Cairn Pool OHIee, ranmry i, 1800 )
t naive. KrfAltTf.
T !! oft
ollth (thrnuu'liand wiiyi. 4:l)M.lil.,
oulli iMetiin hi AN. O.I.
'Ohio Itiver route...... tttri p.m..
Miimiiiii Iliier rottlo.1
Ttlrxlai wil l'rida... C.fOpm
Thuradiiy Snturdayw.. 11:00 n.tn . .
T1 Ik. lloillM lUn' Mid
.-ii(a I'll ij,0i) p.m Vil
,II:J n rn.
7 "0 1 111.
7:0) n. In. m1.
J!i"j U. route livimru ery day iritpt MoinU).
J. Jl.mi.UIAM, 1'. M.
Mr. Thlolgnard of tho Enterprise (Miss.)
'Star' In in tho city, nnd wo nro glad to lcnrn
that our business men nro extending a liberal
pntronago to Ills Jinpcr-in tlio way of ndver
tiding, lfo expresses tho hcllof, nnd wo fully
concur in it, thnt a great wnnl in Cniro ii a
wholcsalo dry goods house. Tens of thous
andi of dollars nro lost to Cniro, nnunlly, be
causo of our destitution in that particular.
"Barrett's" Tillable Hair Hostora
tivo. Tho 'Times' of this morning contains
an at tack upon tho integrity and honesty
of Mr. Fngln, lato city clerk. Wo are
not that gentleman')) keeper, and he
must Htand or full by hln own merits or
demerit. Thin much, In Justice to him,
wo must however ny: IJefore charges
woro preferred against Mr. Mockler, Mr.
ilyland, In liJsliivesllEations,nscertnlned
thnt, during the last past official year,
Walker fcHissoii and Col. Jleardcu' had
paid licenses, the aggregate amount be
ing$2T0. This fact he ut once called to
the attention of Mr. Fuglu, and asked an
explanation. Ho expressed surprise;
and, when satisfied thai the licenses had
been Issued, immediately paid the
Go to tho railroad meeting to-night.
Messrs Allen, Wheeler, Linear, Morgan
nnd perhaps othnrs, mill mako speeches. It
U expoctcd thnt George Whltcenib, esq., nnd
tho Hon. II. J. Deal, of Charloton will lo
present. If they nro thoy will nlso uddrcss
tho imombly. Thoy nro fully advised ns to
Col. Aliens plans nnd purposes, nnd ns to tho
law under which ho Is operating.
Turn out and show that you are improved
with tho nccsslty of doing Bomcthlnff lo " vi
talir.n our city.
per week... 1 VI
Ictlonarv nf tho llible. thn Uti t novo), perl-
ixIIcaIk, nti'l tho 'Conuroaidunal Ololx;, eucti
."ur!: 1h I' a neeeiiry t a nrtcr disrharm1
of th" tlutimof clerk, per wenk
Espcm-v, not propor to moiition, per week
A Merloni Arc lilenf .
twilicij'lliivil.. n f-i.n, ,,,,. ....
-,..,...,... ........... i.iwi iiwun 1 f'tinrlty, by vlitue of rdllee, per week..
,r , , ... ... ,i.,, , 1 l'ulillc enterprises of great pith nnd mo
Alt. .101111 1 1 il 111 1 1 ton tell lrnin tlin Hpr-mul 1 unr WAitv . . .
to the first Moor of his busint 'ss house, and
for a time It was thought he had recclv
ed mortal injuries. He wui in the act of
moving 11 mattress, stepping backward
the while, and miscalculating the dis
tance, stepped Into tho hatchway and
was precipitated a tlintunco of sixteen
feet, alighting on a pile of chairs, the
logs of which were upwards, and u por
tion of un old stove, it Is almost mar
vclotis that he was not killed outright.
He was picked up in u state of Inseusi-
rent, and $5.50 for cigars, Saratoga water, sistlng of 12o bbls vinegar, is tclbo rcshinpfd
wnsh-woman nnd so forth ; but now how l0 0, from VIcksburc.
Is It? Htiv ng looked 011 thut pleture Tim Arnr. tr,.. . 1 11 ......
now look at thin: ' . Tl', , u.ton received hero 407
uuuif wit incaitor IS. V.
Wo learn with much regret, from Mr.
Dunn, clerk of stenmor Milbrcy, thnt Mr.
Thomas Crokor, of Smltlibind, Ky., died a.
dny or two ngo. Wo wcra intitnutoly e
quanted with Mr. Crookr tor twonty ycnrn
nnd never know tt nior kind hearted ge'i
tlctnnn or honest rnnn. Ho win a bright nnd
trtio mason, nnd his loss will be deeply r.
grctted by all who knew him Ho was un
married, and singulnrlj enough, being n muton
was u dovotit CVtholio. Light Ho tho d st,
abovo thee, thou trun friend of tl wi9lcni
nnd tluj futherlnfs, and may God gWe rot o
Tho following nro tho regular p .tkets t
day. Milbrey for Paducah. IWlo Mem
phis for Mi'inplns, Cumberland f r T5i-vllle.
urtxtcs iivxixo cirr tuiitiiiir,
For lioAtil Utylo innrt: otontullou and Inert r
nfnppctltn fo luxuries In keeping ultb the
dignity of tho ponltlon) pef week 9 7 m
Itooin rent, Inctoaied hy tho neoejulty of proem -Inj;
mlilltlnnnl funiltur togiTnthn mindunil
bodv thnt retioni'cfcntliil to thn nrouer execu
tion of grc.it nnd onerous duller, dignity
of posillon. nlno, rtf., per week
IniTeiiKO In'Msrntoa water Ron.utiicd, the In-
i(.nsn Lciti); iitiilni ly neeeMnry tot'onolll-
to doubtful couiiciliimn nnd secure his Vote,
Incresie of nWntf, liiiiixht to concttinto tho
toverelKiis who deI In toh.icro, per week.. ...
lncrcnso of wathuoinen, who hnvo huihiidi
vho nre likdr ti rote under the fifteenth
amendment, per week
ft 00 I
a cio (
At the request of a number of friends
tI will repeat, to-morrow evening, the
t-ermon preached the evening of July 1th.
C. II. Foote.
Tho iintiiunl demand upon our columns
growing out of tho investigation uf the charg
es ngalnst Mooklor, and a thort supply of
help in our office, hns, during tho past fovr
days, doliiyl tho appenrnnen of tho 'Ilullctiii'
to nn timisuully late hour in the ovrnlng.
Hereafter tho paper will appear at the uual
Vk'by Is It?
Why Is it that radical papurx, particu
larly those published in the lurge cities,
give credit to their radical exchanges for
itoms obtained from democratic exchan
ges. It is a miserable "dodge" to help
one another, if o Intended, and will not
succeed. If It were of an occasional oc
currence, we might attribute it to inad
vertency; but as it appears In the light of
uniform practice, wo feel called upon to
protef t agaltif-t it an unfair and dMionest.
Why Wr Thick ,Ki.
The est. Louis Democrat, of yesterday,
?pcaking of the perilling railroad elec
tion In Cairo, say:
Tho tmiiers seem to consider the uues- ,
Mononoof vital Importance to the city.
For thoy believe, why wo cannot toll,
hat the.-utn of $100,000, If voted, will bo
ll re the construction of the road from
( hnrlcston to Hlrd's l'olnt.
We think -o becauso we hnveconll
ItMice in the Integrity of Col. Allen, and
f-cause h'.- hns agreed, for the conside
ration nnmed, to build the road. The
Total, porweok SIS V)
Seven dollars and fifty conta per dayl
Think of that! T have been In office ton i
days, and ut this rate have expended $".
Tho salary Is 5100 per month, city scrip,
wOO cents on the dollar, being SCO In casti. ,
Ten days la tho third of a, mouth. Halary '
for ton days, therefore, Ib $.13 3.1 J. In tho '
ten days 1 have Issued llvu licenses. Fees, 1
live dollars, three dollars of which are yet !
i.. i i . i. T. ... ,
.in. t l ... . Ill llll! IIUUKUIH IJI UIll.UIII WHO HIU14 1)111
amount Intothotreasury, and asked for a i''1' ",0"" '""" W1,re licenses. They salt! they would call ,
committee to examine his books. This l 'f nset. J r. around and pay. Let morecnpltulate: Out- :
tlocs not look like tho conduct of n ,11s- "L'5?..5 . K WEl 3?f
pay the money, it could not be recover- 1,1 Coring him to coiuclousneHs In the
e.l from him. Hut, as wo said before, Mr. , col,PHe of ft plc of, ho"ra- 1 1,0 ,Dr- ,n
Fagln must be the champion of his own fmed us tliat no limbs were broken,
u B 11. ..a .... f..l..1 f..f..ul.. . I. I I
Wlirre (he I'oIIn will ho licn,
Thfr pollv will to open on Monday next nt
tho tijual places of holding ejections, vi.:
For the First ward nt tho office of McKcn
r.ic & l'.ico.
Second wnrd ut the Arab engine house.
Third ward in the ofllcoofH. .Shannessv,
Fourth ward in the court hotiio.
Tho Iiievlfntiln Itetnlt
Hut woiinuglno that Mr. Allen lias idruHdy
built so much of tho "Cairo Si Fulton" roud
as the charter from this state require.', namely,
a road from Cliarleiton to -oiii" jwdnton th"
MImImIpdI river, nnd that nt.wtion vith
I the Arkonsns road tnav ! tnado eitln;r lv u
rond running south tmrn Pilot Knob, r
southwest from nar Fredsri'ktowii, to I'o
Cahontus. .St. I)tii Democrat.
Whether tho "imaginings" as hIxivo ex
pressed vr Ixvonm renlitif or not depends
iiHn the nitlnn af our peoplo un Monday
next. Th" $100,000 Cairo bonds wiirccuro
the nwd to Charleston, and the terminus of
tho main trunk of tho Cniro Sc Fultou rail
rmd. If the bonds nr nut voted Co!. Allen
tuny i '.nt'-nt himself with his present tech
tibal tnpliane with the law. tho remit of
which would be the diversion of the Cairo &
Fultpn rond to St. Louis aj intimated by tho
received. Tliere was a very violent con
I cusslon of tho brain, however, and some
I slight bruises on the ear and arm. From
! th'c Injuries It Is thought lie will recov
j er In a few days. In the cool of the even-
lng Mr H. was removed to his own
j home, where undertheattention of a do
voted wife and an experienced mother
: In-law added lo thoso of Ills physician,
he will bo sure to receive every attention
that affection nut! skill may suggest.
A son of Mr. James Median, who re
fcides on Washington Avenue, was
drowned In tho Ohio river to-day while
bathing. Wo huve not loomed the de
tails. Tiie Hew James M. Cue, in not expect
ed to return from the Fast until some
time during the coming week.
.t WSttl.'STED OITiriMIOLDER.
Mr. Xnlly Ki'tlrc.t From the Clerkship and
(Jives Keaoii: for His HnMy Action.
I I'ltiitaiit mill Kiu-y Letter
The Mly ( IrrU .MMtier.
In the City Clerk Imbroglio there Is
mutter from which thu council, utid tlie
other guardians of tho city's weal, may
l-nif L.iL,.n4lin it,ii 1.,.n itmui l,t.,.ttf
-VMfW, nnd the bonds Cairo proiHie to ,o io pMWo Tho df))l0 yXiy Vr
or nearly or quite three-fourth of that
t jad to Charleston nan be rebuilt for
Col, Allen not only propoM to rebuild
' ti- rnad to Charleston within sIx months
from the date of the l-sue of the bonds;
t ut to run regular freight and paseugur
'rains between Cairo and St. Louis under
f he Mime taritl'thttt maybe adopted for
f rlJelmont We regard thi a matter
f much ciuemencu to Cairo, mid will,
Mockler, for'tmhiwfully issuing licenses,
was that other clerk's had been guilty
the same offenso that to do so was a cus
tom of the city. If this dofenso had pre
vailed, thero would havo been an end to
the authority of the council. Acquittal
would have opened tho llood gates of
corruption Trnnslnted Into words, a
verdict of ncqultal would have read thus:
"The written law says tho clerk shall not
Isauo llccn.H's without the treasurer's re
t .erefore, be exetned for manlf.-ting ccpt. CUi)tom f,ys ho shall. Custom Is
uHderable Interest In the election.
There hns been a marked i-hingo of
-uitlment In regard to tho proposition
submitted to tho city by Col. Allen.
Had n vote been taken ten days after the
proposition was submitted, the amount
would not have voted. If the voters will
turn out on Monday U will carry by a
handsome majority. Changes are being
cfliicted every hour in tho day. All that
is neccsary in fact, Is a little thought.
If tho pros nnd eons nro weighed the
mensure will succeed by an nlmost uiianl
This morning shortly after tho arrival
of the passenger train Mr. Frank Now.
man, merchant, residing on Commercial
avenue, between 18th and 19th streets,
heard someone pass up an outsldo stairs
connected with his houso and attempt to
etl'ectnn eutraucont the door opening
from tho landing. He thought It likely
that it was one of the railroad men board
ing in the neighborhood who had mista
ken his number, but who would soon
find out his mistake and leave. In this
however he was mlstnken. The noctur
nal visitor soon afterwards desconded
the stairs and piiFsed to tho rear of tho
building, where ho resumed his efforts to
etl'ect an entrance through tho rear door.
This convinced Mr. Newman that his
v.sltor was a burglar, and securing his
pistol ho opened an upstairs door In
which part or tho houso his family re
sides and saw tho rascal at his work.
N'ewman asked him what ho was after,
and Instead of replying ho loft in a hurry,
N'ewman sending a pistol ball after him
as he jumped a neighboring fence. Tho
report of tho pistol was followed by the
creaniit of women, and In a few minutes
tho whnlu neighborhood was alarmed,
but tho woulibbcburglar mado good
more potent than written law and must
prevail." With this beforo them, what
could the council flavo done? Nothing.
Their hands would have been tied; and
whenever, to correct nu error or establish
a new rule, they should have adopted nn
ordinance, the net would have been of
no ellect whatever. The oillcer, or citi
zen, who might hnvo ccen proper to dis
regard tho law could havo dono so with
Impunity. When arraigned it would
only havo been necessary for him to
have proved that he had followed n cus
tom. This fact shows how necessary it
is to from upon the first stop In un Ir
regular path; It Is also a forcible usser
l tlon, that It Is tho peremptory duty of tho
guardians of the public welfare to turn
' nil wayward officers, without delay, out
of Irregular courses, Into the smooth path
of lawful procedure Tho only way this
Mr. Nally has poreniptorlly resigned
the ofllco of city clerk pro (em. He took
the office to hold It only for a few days,
and is already satisfied with his expe
rience as a public servant, Tho letter,
containing Vila rclguatlon, being sorao
what piquant nnd dttchledly racy, we
lay It before our readers, viz:
i)fflro .'f the City I ierk. 1
1'aico, Illiuain, July 17, '.
Sir. J. hull OI.ly, Major, !.. f.nro, III.
Since my youth I havo been nllllcted
with n dlseaso peculiar to all good Amer
ican citizens a desire to hold ome posi
tion of public trust. On the suspension
of Mr. Mockler from the office of city
clerk, you gave me an opportunity to
satisfy this desire. You gave It. I know.
becauho you could find no body elnu who i
U'iu wllllnir in ncpi'tit; lint. ImvliiL' nn
! inordinate desire to taste the sweets of
stttlrtai T ifiu nnviirMwilnaa vtifi srrti t s-tfii 1
V1S. A. TM3 VVl411.t.t V KINtVtllll
For a time, about thirty-six hours, I ,
boro tho blushing honors of tho position
with considerable pride mid dignity, but '
from tho last second of the 30th hour to
the present moment of my tenth day In
office, my pride and dignity havo been
growing ftnall hy degrees and beautiful
ly le.is. Indeed, sir, I do not believo I ,
havo any of either pride or dlgulty left in ;
store; und I ant fully convinced that a i
continuance In otllcu would induce me
to bullevo myself a culpable, meau-fcplrit-ed
man; would make me as lazy ns use- (
less; wipe out of my mind all regard for
precepts of morality, or principles of In
tegrity, which reading or observation
may havo ntampeil on my character, and j
" malm me ,
The fixed tijui" for the tune rf stn
I'upomt lu .,. und moving ting, r t.
I That theso assertions will astonish you
I I am aware; and, as In duty bound, I ask .
, your attention to a statement of the rea- !
' r .1... . I.. I.. ....
huiim iur nut luuu uuu is in int.-, nun 111
can I stand this? Ih It not dear thut In u
few weeks I would be driven to follow
"immemorial imago" and begin to issue
licenses without the treasurer's receipt?
Hy doing this, (pocketing license money
being part of the usage)! might be able
to make both ends meet; but Mockler's
fearful example is bofore me
und I have nothing else to do but re
sign orstarvc. I know that "stolen wu
tersart) sweet and bread eaten in secret
is pleasant;" but you men of the coun
cil nave a disagreeable , way of of detect
ing!! follow, und have no regard for Im
And besides I have been tempted be
yond expression to run to tho flowing
hmvl ni'iilii. All tho saloon kneners have
' given me warning that I must either
drink or receive their opposition; which,
you know, is Immense. It would crusli
me. nnd so I stnud from under, and per
emptorily demand that you accept my '
My books nroopon for Inspection; and,
as I tnko considerable pride In them,
anil knowing that a thing of beauty Is a
Joy forever, I would like you to Induco
the council to appoint a committee to ex
amine them. They are worth seeing.
I I am sure tho people of tho city will
suffer no inconvenience from the sudden
withdrawal of my valuable, und not
i properly appreciated services. There
will bo many candidates for the vacant
j otllcc, "for wheresoever tho carcass Is,
thero will the eagles be gathered togoth
: er." Matt. xxlv. ITS.
! Itls not pleasant to huve the illusions
' of youth dispelled: und I, who looked
upon office as a splendid bauble, regret
. to gaze at It with changed eyes nnd sco
ugllnc." nnd corruption wnero uerore l
saw naught but attraction. I feel like
one who treads alone some banquet hall
Fnreril, l'iij fare. 11 all in) gri-!ii.K .
1 hi I- the tt of man. Tri!ay he put forth
Thn toielrr leutes of hope; tn-mnrrow hloom
And 1ur Ida Iriutlmix Itonora t!ilflkuin hint.
The third Uy eoiia a frost killing fTot,"
And then ho feels as I do, chop-fallen
like the skull of Yorlck, but greatly re
lieved. With many execrations against all of
fices, I lieg leave to sub-crlbi' myolf
witl "'"eh respect,
-'il X.u.i. y, lntojrx w.
Yit t.imilin Count v, .
0XI.V KIMITY xThCS 111031 CAIRO.
Ilie.- tl known nr nira are .. ,w , . t.-
Mi-rH. It. '.V Mil' anJ W. Iliuii", hU ,h, . . .
hitilel aiiI,r'iitati"t tin U11l.111.4jn -11 1 1.1c -,. ,
other ltnprvAetnrnt lit iniir tn- it f
Invalid mhI the proper .lennimUllon "f thn p. r
I11 a lnd.' mi! p-mi ef ' h th wan r- '
I'.l,ette tlliif eiirea or ilemni;l low'.t. ohroi.
lurrhen, l 1 1 1. neuvral debility ti !.',
f the kidn r Knl etntnaeh of th" m-t g" 1
and nlartmii); i harn-tei.
The propi,, ,..r. lu their etreul.lr, n
ill ue their uttttiwt aiertlmw to make tt , .
aut aiel aKrveol'le tneort durlDK th euui
tn thoe Mkliig health or roereatlm, an I r p
wilt lx iared to niak gueMiemnrrtaw-. "'(,
'iiir it ti si THyniivvlIIc I'lichcN
X a ta w OCT o n T o u
mhI il.H'K- a ill im riinniiia' frutn
ih aprmica. 11 "8 t'e pntrny
eil. H III Imi roiiuie
It. A. MII.K.-S A
U IdStu IP
tnial they will t .1 1., 1 atMf j f loi
tn.' 1 rri.-ai protn
1 tMf J t lOI
W. lailHKP. Pr,.j .-
D:t tJ v
a poiui- lo
pFXXSYLVAXrA CIOXTRAL 11. I
iw 5&m awes $m&
I) o 1 11 1. t: t 1; .1 if .
IW .Miles the Shortest Kiii( lo V
At HIUlMUtt tram troiu the ' mn i.
1 nwu utiiw.t, una. rataaeiiMin tow Harris
inure, uanitirtm. PliiltiJeli.tita, w
tiiiil nil thn
twlniof 1 ho
Kiil(Uud Ittntia, am Inn
' rre I
Hoy yiMi tiekeu lor Mew Vork, I'hilmtelpl.i 1 mh.i
lirnnlk 7!a-l, via Of P tt .Imrv, 1'ort W
und the pinMvUaiua I'et.iril ItMlIrm m
I. I S U i S V 11 S T It JL I.
makvclo 1 Hr.i.n ti' iii- Vutl.riiu and rhi
th entire trip to
v. YO'W I-, 11,
can bo dono Is to punish thoso who are j explanation of my rather hasty reslgna
perversoln wrong doing, as tho evidence lVknoV, Mr. some or the trials of office,
jiroved Mr. Mockler was; and the great- i)0ng Mayor; but tho Inconveniences of
est iiunlshment that can be inflicted upon tke mayoralty, arc, 1 venture to say, until-
I such an officer Is to turn him out of office. . lng in comparison with the horrors of 'the
' oiorKsuip. wny, sir, me oiucu or cicru ;
was Intended for u lazy man; tho man
who occupies Itmtitftolthor be unpopular
' or "bend tho pregnant hinges of tho
knee, that thrift may follow fawning."
It is a costly luxury; and It Is the iIuvH'b i
own place for tcmpation. Ho who accepts
It with a knowledge of tho trial ho must j
face is a man of iron nerve, and would not j
: hesitate to face cold steel, or rush Into j
1 the bonds of matrimony with a strong- i
1 uilndod maiden, venerable, and soured I
Sir, I havo boen In the office only ten i
days, anil I have already become too In- !
to sit uown
nulpr o l Seal!
'ritve'UM nre tliinUMlll leutiluleil urn
uinf' .1 f iiaveiera
iiii iitcnr HKMioru mipror.iirnt iif.
amr.itv mini. ..i.tft. I tf i.huJmm
Tho trial of Mr. Mockler, and Its re
sults, havo boon worth thousands of dol
lars to tho city. They have called atten
tion to a leak that must bo stopped with
out delay, and they will servo as a warn
ing to tho future clerks a warning that
will make them hesitate long 'bnforo
thoy oven handle any funds they are not
entitled to recolvi.
Tho mutter is not yet concluded; but
the council cannot refuse to follow their
I'url I.I si fhr the Ml Ifoura Klitl 1 11 jf Ml
Two oVIiu'lt, 1. il.
Audetinn, Culiimbu. Milhrey, 1'udinal,
wincivsivp, r.tuuHTdie. inmauu, .i. i,
Mnry Hiimttoii, luiaville. I, line OIII, N. O.
Hello St. I.ouU, Mcmpliiii. lUtcn, I'lttilnirf
(en. Atidertou, Coliiml'"' Mlthrey, Pailuoali
ludinnn. I.ouiH tile Iliuidre. Nnnhville.
Luminary, Viukuburg, Uiilcktei, ICvaimvilli',
I.IKto HUH St. nottlf , ltepo Mem
llnter, St. l.oilU,
ftello Mempldi, St. I.onlp
vnnllol n Ita lniflnnl rnsiilt rnninvnl frnm
office. A majority of all tho aldermen 1 ,11 Uilnk. were
oieci, aim an uui. uuu oi uio mih-uj. uuhii- wouj(j rather bo scorched
cilmon, hnvo said that Mr. Mockler has
boon guilty of dishonesty, nd to hesitate
to romnvo him would bo stultification
extraordinary. That nldermuu or coun
cilman, who has said, under the
his 1 solemnity of Ills oath of office, that
I Mr. Mockler is dishonest and hus been an
Tho wcntlier lias bccomoinuch cooler, and
a Mroug urcu.o provnilatt all tiny. Tliu huu
unfaithful officer, would astonish the com
muuity, and stultify liimself boyond ex
pression, If ho woro to now vote, under
Only a few weolts ago one or more
rascals efieoted an entrance Into Mr.
Newman's storo and carried of! shoes,
woolen and cotton (roods to the value of Unofficial oath, to retain him in ofllco; t to them wltli naieu nriuin uuu wuixpoi-
itiiu ii lino tiiiuoii, no iMiikiin no liwivin i . a
thati make the exertion necessary to
move around with the shade. Hunger
alouocaii make mo move; and every
sound, but the stroke of tho boll that
mnrks mealhotin, wenrlos mealmost be
yond endurance. It I don't leavo tho
olllco Immediately, I will soon take my
meals In It. and have a bed put un In tlie
1 council chamber to sleep on.
' All kinds of men eoino to the dork on
i all kinds of missions; und to each oil"
must come your hat, and you must speal
I believe I
. . , ....-ww-w,s w l lHII-lllll IIIIIIV 1IWI lll'll "l HIU
Uuu tamusli t I'h'lah'lphi.i h all Nil. i, .
nnd Sew lorkriii Philiulelpliw and Allentown, win
wit iihnn, iittonlinir li,ensi H nljjht of undi
turned ret, nml
l.niullu litem In .Now YorK Honrs j
.lilvitneo ol'i.t) iitlicr 1,1ms!
And in time to iwcure Hot, I M'eoiiniotlati.. Ixi.
the iirrival of the p.ueiiiren hy oilier n.uf.
Tolltetounud Nett Hnkind eior th i- n
in ea)iliily ilmlralde, ita it KUeathem uu opiHirtuu ,
nf fvoln tho rinmt Tiavia amuiij; the A'.leKha j
.Mouniuiin, ll.l- vUitlug l'lttUiri. l'li'l i K I)
and .New lurk. Without lUlru I'ost.
U-All Now Khiclnml tia-Ketiger iioldin- .lin i.'
Iiukets will be triuit.fencd, with thlr liif-K'-'" "' '
und Itottt Coiillivtion, hi New Vork, tt ifte i t , 'ar,
Four Daily Trains Leave X. V for IJosfeti.
iofM), and e.-eaped all suspicion. It Is
quite probable that tho attempt, last
night, was mado by tho same party.
Mr. Xowman Is an Inoffensive and
u good citizen, and illy able, to
hear such losses. Wo regr t ho did not
Kcnd a ball through tho brain of the
tcouudrol, while ho saw him working at
ootild: "Although 1 believe tills man
dishonest, ami an unfaithful officer, yet
I believe ho is a fit man to hold u public ,
olllco, and I therefore believe ho ought
to bo retained In tho office in which he
was guilty of dishonesty, and In tho ills
chargoof tho duties of which ho provod
himself unworthy of public coufidouoa.'
ovory man who nppioacnos you, says:
"Got down In the ilut, anu kiss my rooi,
or I'll nover voto for you again."
Hut tho ofllco Is too costly. When I
was working Industriously 1 did not havo
tlmo to bo a spendthrift; but now I
haven't got tlmo to be anything else.
JWoro 1 wn tin office-holder 1 could live
with economy, nn u small sum, say 512 a
week 55.00 for hoard, $1,50 for room
Thn MU-i-iippi U fulling ut .St. Louis ami
rising above. Tho Missouri U riling ut
Yollowstouo nail Oiunlin. I
Tho Ohio U stationary nt Pittsburg,
with 3 foot r. inches lu tho cliaiiuol, nnd rising
at Cincinnati ami Louisville with A feet 8
inches hi thn chute over tho fulh.
1 1 oio tho rlvni lins fullcii livn iuchok Milieu
Huslnca. vn uintlprnti' yitorday btit dull
Tlta Milbrey brought out "24 byg wheat, 1
hi id tobacco for St. LouU, and about 10 tone
hunllcr. vegetable nnd sundries for Cairo.
Tho Quickstep brought out 50 pkgs ttovcF,
liollowwaro. niul Kimdrles lor Cairo. 10 hlida
tobacco, 5 tons sundrieafor vesliipinentioutli, I "Ie w'''
Tito Luminary received bcro about 190
Thirleeii Dall.t Tmltis I.eac I'lilltulolphU
fur .New Vorl,,
Via Jerney City m M'aiudeii mid Aitilioy. I -i.i
'i unlet, i'liiie, I lioiirr.
Mum tln onU r. ice li ul,., I, IL,,... iii-rt. i.ili .
t'likaun Halurdiy iifteinooii, in ihrmiKh .-a.- Th
lrnin leaes the Piiulmi,., I'mt Vu)tii Jt t Iuobj, ,
ltallwny 1'e-mt nt v:tO p in. mul mux ihroiifth itho i
delay, itrrtriiiK in .New YnrUM:Ui) M jinlay H)oitui.,
Honrs hi Advance of Other Lines!
Tli t'.t1" p.m. train from VUieafo arrives iu Niw
UiirltulU.llu.il. theSKt o.M lV, a l.'J limit-
III AllVHUVd Of UliJ' .lliel llHl! With
leiipoii.lliiBicdtutioii t.. HTiN t'lllLAWaailM,
liAbTIMimKnud WIlMlTj)N ,
IW ILiuKiuo chiM ked tluouKh to nil atutloiik nn
I.luo of tho IViiuMhiuiiiMtudnay, und to Itulinu
Philadelphia awl Nn York, frnm PlttalMtrg, il,ict
jiii I all priuciji.il Witoteru Cilnm.
H- llatoi of freittht und eipri frelslil to i.
Kunlern iHiint, are at all tuuea u furoralitii M '-
i hni L-eil fiv ollil'i Pui'i.
HjTliioujh lii'kel for ne til the rrui.
YlWV II II. Mil L Mrj.
lietieiai biieiiiilenlei)t. A i Vt
I ,, . . i j i KIM HAM wii.,. , at I'lii'-njio,
I t mi anorfpu freight, a portion of which, con-1 nitwit