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OFFIOIi; : No. 13 Tonth,Stqpk Thornton's Building.
REVERTING INTO BARBARISM.
A Deplorable 1'lcture of llio African Ilnve.
It ha bcou ascertained ihatnothwltli
atniulluc our widespread mid persistent
missionary labor, no pernmuent lmpres
lon litis been mudo upon tho negro In h!a
native (tout, In Africa. Tho moment, they
are relieved of missionary Influence thoy
relupse into tlio fetish worship that bus
prevailed among them from time im
memorial. It la said that in tho so
called republic of Ilaytl, Christianity has
virtually ceused to oxlst, and in Jamaica
It is kept up in a fcohlo way only among
tho negroes who come in ooutinuod con
tact with whltu meu. Several years ago
h community of negroes who had formed
an Isolated settlement in tho mountains
of tho lust named island, where found
worshipping the figure head of a ship
that they had brought from tho coast.
The negroes in tho Mouth are traveling
the same road. They can no more adopt
permanently the religion of the white
race than they can build up d govern
ment like that of (Jreat Britain or evolve
n theory like the CopernlcAn. Tun na
tural religious condition of the negro is
that of a fetish worihlppor, aud left to
himself ho always hu will alway. bo one.
As an example of the general ten
dency, we copy the following from u let
ter received from Mississippi Tho tie-
gro( s mentioned havolmd tho full bene-j
lit of Instruction In well-conducted Bun
"The negroes arc rapidly relapsing in
to hopeless aud Irremediable heathen
ism, aud on this plantation they are
openly threatening to burn some old ne
groes us conjurors and witches, and are
xtractiug snake, &?., from the Mck
oues, Kven thh morning we had quite
an exciting eeeiio among them. They
arraigned one of their number beforo mo
and required Ills dismlsial on the ground
.that he Is a conjuror, aud had been seen
graveling up a new mado grave to get
'some of do dirt wid du smell ob do dead
body on It, to plzen folks wld.' It was
also charged against he conjuror 'that
tho body at whoso last rett ug place he
was digging had bled In the conjuror's
presence,' which was proof enough 'dat
ho ought to be kilt.' "
CUR A AND FISH.
Tho New York 'Herald' aver that
Hccrc'ary Fish has been acting towards
tho Cubans much as the wltehvw did
toward Macbeth: keeping the word of ;
proml-o to thu far and breaking It to the j
hope When tho Cubans approacuen
him ou the question of recognizing them
as belligerent he nam they imi-l first
get n capital, u fixed place for their guv
eminent. They nftorward went to him
and n i' I they had pnmplled with his ro
qu a. I again urged recognition. Fish
told liu i that the capital was very well,
but t' iy muit got a constitution. Eager
tn j 1 with every reasonable require
imr'i', constitution was drawn up and
udoj 1, and in duo time Mr. Fish was
informed of tho fact. "That is very
good,' said Mr. Fish; "but you must get
possi I nofnomoof the ports of Cuba
and build some ships." The Hornet or
Cuba was purchased and put to sea as u
compliance with tho last part of the ro
quet, and with a vluw of acquiescing in
duo time In tho second. Now Mr. Fish
complain i that the Cubans are violating
tho neutrality laws. Tho Cubans begin
to think that Mr. Fish is not in earnest
and that ho wants them to mako brick
without straw; In othor words, when
they have driven the Spaniards from tho
island of Cuba and achieved their inde
pendence he will probably recognize
them. Some of them are doubtful, how
ovor, whether ho will not even then re
quire that they shall first go over and
subjugate Spam before they are recog
nized by tho United States.
oexeral canTx on the via.
Tho Investigations into tho alleged
frauds In tho conduct of tho Virginia
election, have been brought to a close.
An investigating board was appointed
in every euitity whero frauds were com
plained of. Tho result hus been reported
to Gen Canby, and In It tho radicals al
ready rend Ihelr.doom. It will bo shown
that tho election was ono of tho fairest
over held, and that thera wus less fraud
aud fewer attempts at intimidation than
is common at almost every election in
tho Northern States. Tho charges of
fraud were preferred chiefly by tho Wells
inon or radical; but when put upon oath
and closely questioned tlioy were unablo
to stlbshuitluto them.' As tho only hopo
of tho radicals in having tho election set
aside by congress ami tho State kept out
wan IV ir ability to prove immense frauds
and Intimidation, It Is thought that tho
report of Clenernl Canby will completely
defeat their sohonie.
Thirteen mlleu of tho south end of tho
Illinois Southeastern Ballroad (Shawnee
town and Edgcwood) aro completed and
the company demands thoinstallmonto f
bonds which Gallutin county agreed to
give when ten miles of the read should
THE DRAMA EVERYWHERE.
In New York wo find tho following
theatrical business going on: AtlJooth's
theatre Miss ilatemau continues to draw,
In bTr favorite cinractcr of lah. ttwH
largest nouoea over' eoeu iii-uiui ciajrji
Despite this fact, tho play will be with
drawn to mako way for Miss Batoman's
latest, and soma say greatest, London
success "Mary Warner" which will bo
produced on Monday, night, with neyrt
scenery, Ac, and a cast of characters
comprising tho strength of tho company,
In addition to Mr. George Jord6n, who Is
engaged expressly to support Miss Bate
man, and a Miss Virginia Francis, who
will mako her first uppearauco here. Bo
port speaks highly of tho now play and
of tho opportunity It gives for the dis
play of those great powers that have
made Miss Batcman famous whotover
our language Is spoken. "Caste" has
been revived at Wallack's, and Chan
frau isdoirg "Sam" at the French thea
tre. At thu Olympic, the "Streets of
Now York" is on, and Bhakspearlan
comedy is being given at the Fifth avo
nuo. "Formosa1' is still at Nlblo's; tho
"Tempest" at tho Opera House', and tho
usual burlesque variety at Tammany.
C'arlotta Pattl was singing last week at
In Boston "East Lynne" Is given at
tho museum, tho "Emerald Bing" at the
Boston Theatre, tho "Nightingale" at
8t!lwyn,1 am, ..Ilobinsotl Crusoe" at
Howard Autheuwum. C'arlotta Pattl is
announced for a grand sacred concert at
tho "Hub' this evening.
The Parepa-Ilosa troupe Is having a
splendid HUc.-ess in Philadelphia, and tho
induction of "Martha' packed tho Aca
demy of Mtislu from the pit to dome
so the papers nay. At the Chestnut
Street, Bobertsou's comedy of "Home"
Is running. Edwin Booth is at tho Wal
nut Street, and "Formosa" at the Arch.
John Collins took a farewell benefit at
tho National, Cincinnati, Friday even
ing. "Our Mutual Friend" appears at
"Wood's Theatre, and tho Brlguoll tfoupo
is billed for three concerts during the
Mrs. D. P. Bo Kern is at McVJcker's
Theatre, Chicago; and a Mr. McKeo
Banklu is bold euough to play "Blp Van
Wiukle" at tho Opera tioiue. Parepa
Bosa makes her first appearance on tho
Brlgnoli has been doing a brief season
of opera in Detroit, and a French voca-
Ht with an unpronounceable namo Is
singing at the 1 heatro L'omlque
Domlulck Murray and Miss Fiddes arc
delighting the people of Crcscont City.
Maggie Mitchell bus been touring
through New England.
Do Bar's dramatic troupe, with Mr.
Chaplin, arc to play au engagement at
the Opera House, Leavenworth, Kan.,
commencing on the Oth of next Mouth.
The opera houso has been thoroughly
Mr. aud Mrs. W. J. Florence havo ar
rived in California, aud begun a five
weeks' engagement at Maguiro's Opera
Julia Daly has been playing recently
The Richmond (Va.) Theatre Is adver.
tlsed t i bo sold on tho 2oth Jnt.
Tho Holman troupo has been perfoim
jng in Toronto, Canada.
Marietta Ravol Is Journoying profea'
sionally through Now York Stato.
"Formosa" has Invaded Connecticut,
aud camped at Hartford.
Tho Now York 'Day Hook' throws a
periodical shower of smull shot Into the
radical camp, of which the following is a
A mongrel sheet of Indiana Buys: "Gon
Longstreet has tried to bo a sensible man
bluco the war." Ho bus triad so hard
that ho has mado au u& of himself, to
carry a heavier burden of shame than
any human donkey has ever dono before.
It is said that Bunks wroto the so called
Cuban constitution. It is a funny thing,
tho "Cuban Republic," which oxlsts no-
whero except In various localities In thu
Senator Wilson Is going to murder 'all
tho '!o!d tram biers." Will not Grant
protect Ids brother.lu-law, Corbln, Irom
tho brlmstono and lire of Musuehuseits?
Sherman, in giving au or.:o 1 1 owing
thja clerks in the war ollico to go to peuii
Bylvantu aud Ohio, it is said declared
that "Deinocratioclerks might go as well
as Republicans." How many Domocrat
lo clerks nro thero In tho war ollico?
We do not bullnvo that (hero Is as much
as ihe millionth part of the smallest frac
tion of otto.
, The following Hues of Topper on Mrs.
Stowo will stick toherliko u anal of flro:
i No! wo JcniMiiiosllK'cl'.y ihntwnloM'H liod,
Tliou t-Httdil. ineanl)', prurlouil. prying,
lUil'fl i by a wiriublcr'ii leu tuilmmi Uio Uu.nl,
An'l i'1'ib th . an juIuub corctl oftho ilylng "
Tho Trenton 'Tnu Anu'ileuii' says,
with most commondable souudnetw of
dociiine: "We never suspicid, nor do
wo now bollove, that the war lias -ottlcd DiokiitHi, E; D.ivis, Johil ; Exull, Hen
ivny pollctcal question whatever." Tho ' ry; Fields, 1); Filson, R DS; Faiinan,
fiVENlStf, O.GTQBER 19.
war settled a good many hundred thou
sand poor fellows into untimely graves,
aud has settled ajr,reat many drunken,
thleviu'tr vagabonds into hlL'h official
places, and that Is about all It has "set
filed." r5i rt
Grant and Boitwell played a game of
bllliareU tbeottieHUy. for tho "Champi
onship of the Cabinet." Grant, has, it is
said, a bllllardnable fitted up In the
Whit House fornU'amusement." He
requires more uatement'' than any
other man fn ihe ''government." Ho
novo. roads, noVerthinks, and hcuco he
must always bo "simuBed."
The sad news that Btantou is not dan
gerously ill," hardens tho public press.
' Tho 'Tribune' boasls thotita party is
"a party of progress.'' It has indeed pro
Oreueda graet ways, from Washington
to Grant, has progressed so far towards
perdition that it has but one more step to
tako to get there.
Tuoroloatalk of building an "Ine
briate Asylum" In Baltimore. Why
not locato it at Washington?
It is said that the crimnals In tho jails
of Pennsylvania have been greully ex
ercised with fear that Geary would uol
be elected. No scoundrel need despair
of a pardon, if he has mouey, so long
as Geary was Governor.
A nigger jnan and a white woman ap
plied to the clerk at Petersburg, Va., for
a marriage license, but as the laws of tho
State forbid such bands, tho nigger ap.
plied to Canby, tho whlto nigger who
commands that State.
It seems that Corbln, the speculator
who marled Graut's sister, by trusting to
Grant's promises that tho goyornmont
would not sell gold at a certain time, has
been utterly ruined, bocause Grant could
not hold Boutwell.
A HOMtlliLE STOItV.
A Hcnous Crime and Its Punishment
A BLACK ilKHU MA-IOEU.
Shrewsburj, York county, Pa., correspondence Tlill
dflphUMBf.'J On Wednesday, 13th Inst., Miss Belp,
a most estimable lady, nl:iy-hve vvx
old, from the city of Baltimore, a bit'' p
her friends some eight miles noutheast of
this place, was attacked by a burly
young negro, Jim Qulnn, who after
Kuocklng her down dragged her
her somp dfstanco into a wood
near at hand. tine, uy lUM time, some
what recovered from the blow, wrought
to frenzy, resisted uutll overpowered by
tho superior strength of her assailant.
In the strUL'Klo her clotlumr was nearly
nil torn from her person, which tho hell
ish tlend twisted into ropes, una binding
her hands and feet to dltlVrent trees,
perpetrated his diabolical purpose. Thus
he left her, almost lifeless and weltering
in blood (with a view, no doubt, of seek
ing his victim again atuigiiti, returned
to liis work in au ndlolnlnir cornfield.
After some four hours of terrible agouy,
Miss Belp succeeded in releasing herself,
and made her way to tho house of .Mr.
Klrkwood, where, more dead than alive,
sho told her horrible misfortune. Mr.
Klrkwood Immediately proceeded to tho
houso of Mr. Robinson, to whom the
negro was Indentured, and for whom he
was at the tlmo at work. They, in com
pany, went in the cornfield, and (hiding
the negro still at work arrested him ; he
denied his guilt, but upon examination.
Ills undergarments were found saturated
with the blood of his victim. He was
conllned in acorncrlb until Mr. Klrk
wood could procure medical aid for the
lady, and au ofllcer, into whoso custody
to placo him. On returning ho found
that tho vidian had escaped. After
sovcral (lays fruitless search ho was to
day arrested near this place, and upon
bolng confronted by persons who knew
him confessed his guilt. He was placed
in the oustody of olllcer Boser, of Balti
more countv. Md.. who started to take
him to the jail of that county, but on the
arrival of the train at Whitehall station,
tho cars were entered by an exasperated
body of men, who overpowered tho ofll
cer, took tho negro and hung tho guilty
wreteli near mo piueo wuoru u perpe
trated his hellish crime. Tho lady so
cruollv outraged lies in a most critical
condition and littlo hopo is entertained
for her recovery. Tho forognlng js a
plain, unvarnished tale as told by the
iiesni himself beforo ho started to. Jail
Great excitement prevails throughout
tho community. Men fear to nlloy ihelr
wives or daughters to go from home,.' or
oven to remain ut homo without tualo
LETT Kit LIST.
List of lettersjeinainlng unclaimed !u
the pool olllno at Cairo Illinois, on Satur
day, October 10, 1801.
B tlllmr, Mrs Sarah J ; Clancy, Mrs
Anna; Oaveiidur, MU-Bulle; CI lens,
Mrs: hehmy, Mrs Mary; Ddlnrd, mrs
Nuuev; Douglas, mrs Kezlah: Estus,
Juno; Uuie, mus Loula; Gilbert, mrs
S O; II .pklus, m Us Lena; Huluwoml,
mls J : IIijior, mrs Ellon; Jellerson,
mUs U bieiM A; Johnson, Mary Susan;
.Lk'.iIh, ml-s mury; Mullliis.Mnl.-.s Mary
A n Meneuni, Ann; Newell, miss
I,hv; .Shrank, mrs Surah; Wccoh, mrs
Boxih, Alexander; Brubch j Bose,
Aleck; Byrne, U J, 2: Bell, Joseph;
Brodfiiuu, P.itrlck; Biker, Pleasant F;
Mroy.lon, V M; Cojc, Win II; Cnrr. W
f3: lurkHlon. Taylor; uiaru, u w
W J; Grant, J M; Guntor, M D; Gustln,
Amuriah ; Fraion, John : Great Western
Saloon; He! lor, A M; Haley, Joseph;
nuwpa, jonn: jjlijii xuoraasi uaicram
William, 2; Hamilton, WJ; Jones, E
A, 2; Kcsslor, Joseph; Lenton, J M;
Long, Roland, 2; Murphy, Mlaliael; Ma
son, Moses; Moore, James W; McHrarn
mor, Ell; Mlett, A C; Nixon, G I; Price,
Franklin, for mru Usley Langston ; Phil
lips, J; Palmer, E8 Park ; Rlcketts,
Duncan; Reader.DavId; StephonsMat;
Stuard, Thos, (col'd); Schlegel Wet
zel; Stephens, BF; Sweeney, Con; Stu
devant, Goo W; Simpson. Harry: Bay
era, Ujknggir, L H; Sullivan, Morris;
Walters. Henry; Wilcox, George; Wil
To obtain any ofthoabovo letters, the
applicant mint cull for "advertised let
ters," giving, tho date of tho publication
of the ltstcontalnlng the tamo.
J. M. Ghaiiam, P. M.
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clghtyears! Think of It, yo old fogy
towns! Also, ten railroads! which will
givu us tho Indianapolis of Illinois.
That Decatur is bound to become a largo
city, no sane man or womau can doubt.
We uow number 12,000. Eighteen years
ago our population did not exceed 6001"
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.JOHN H, OEERLY & CO
THE CITY A'ATIO.WU. B.tXK
AtCloae of Itnal it oa, October Otli, 1SBB.
txaiM an 4 Discounts .
H'S'M' toSecujo flrculAiion...Z;i
U.H. Uoooion hand.,, ,
OtherHlocltii, Ilondj and Morla(ie.!'.TJ"'.';
pue from IteeeeminK nnd Reserve AeenU
IIUBfrom other Natim.al llank." ....?.?...
Due from Hanks and Hanker.
DanVlns lloune ,.
Other Real K.Lte
. 'i,m IT
. IOO.OUO 00
. 18,ISM! 81
. M,79T OS
. 15,771 7
,. u.ooo cu
. 15,514 07
. 1,924 30
. 1,'.''2 24
. 3.81& VJ
. S,(Mf) 00
. 1,716 lft
. K.'JIS to
g'H of other National Hanka".'
rrar lonai currency, Incluil
Treasurer 1,". S., Mutilated Currency for lie"
Capital Hleck Paid In finoK
i.iciiinKe , a. i j
Natloual Ilank oVrcu'l'iVtVon'ouuVand
. IS..-7D 17
.... Vfi.HKl C3
..... 77A tTt
Duo to Hanks and Uankrm.,
I. A. II. fjaflur I, Cft.liler of the City Natlnl Hank.
Jr Cairo, du aoleinnly ewe.ir that thu aliove Xatemeut
in true to the bent of my knowledge and belief.
Hulxcribed and wnrn to beforo tne. Ihla l!Ui day of
a. ii. HAl r Oitn. Cft.liler,
THE FLOAVER QUEEN
Thu Coroimlloii of tlic Uonu.
A Cnlala In two partt, by a Clas of
Young Ladies of Cairo,
Connected with the Connervatory of Muslo tti der Ilia
llr.xnion of l'rnf. 1., ti. Blamdill, at the
Atlii'iicuuiniurbday aud Friday Krciiiug,
October Slat and a2U.
Tickete Wets. Iteirrved Heat 75 cl,
Tioketa fo;.U at thaofflee of the Atlieneum on
munday and Friday from 9 a, in. to it m. and 3 to
RV GOOIS AND OROCFIUKS.
'w jtaa. XCIxxro,
Has introlui'el int.. lut Knurth Ward ircry cutal
ll'linu nt a Dry .ihIh drpartmeiit. rinliraeiii.' eM rjr
article tixully found in the rexul ir .ir i;.iodliou9 -t
Sltiple mill Fancy Dry CaooiN,
Of evcrr (Uterinum). li.ierv. N'olmn.. 1l.,i. nnd
Phoen.urid ai'nmpl.-'. n.rimetit griierallv.
torKiiarrtiUini!t. m-Ii aiiythiiiijiii hu line, wKethtr
ii imiruimij i u e inn.lii- i inviieil. Ib iTiinrie.
Dry (fftoda or fjnwrr'et, eheap a tin an
Uiiiiilil anj where in thecitr:
ln.meintKT mo nlaee, neu door to the vomer of
I'uplaritnd Ninutreiith Htert.
The 11,'ocorv eul'lilini. nt at thecoruer of hiilli
and Commervial, will ! iiamtrtln.d
IK U KU.il,
one oi me t t ito'ked in the city,
Q.RISKXKIKLD HOTKL CLOSKD.
A SEW HOTKL TO UU Ol'KNEI).
The hotel kept at Mr. J. 11. I'.reenlh Id'a plaee. ut
Rlrdvillr, Mo., waieloiied on the 10th littt. A hotel
ha been or soon will h opened in the Maine neighbor
hood at Dr. I-'ield'e. where tho travelinj public will
receive iocxl iiuertammeiit.
J. H. C.ltEENFIELD.
(Charleston 'Oourler' copy.) tJt MJt
W. STUATTON. T. BirtD!
(HucceMnr to gtratton, lln.J.oni. Chirk),
Grocer nml Commission Jlerclinul.s,
Atnrrlcati I'ovtiler Va mill Iiiiiuructuror
AkiuIs fur C'iiiiiiii Varus,
No. (t7 lil I.ve, t'nlro, 111.
BOAT STOUKS, (JUOCKIIIHS AXI) I'llO
XIO Oliio Xiovoo,
oolstr Cairo,. llllnuU.
LACKHURN UN I VKIUJITV,
cauixvij:, i i.v
Lt. ACADEMIC ll'mllch nnd tamawal.
Jd. bOIEN riKIO-Threa your.
i i I'm i iv:r iTIi I'our Veara.
COLLKOIA IK iiir.ui.uuii-.M. rit"
New nnd voilv building have reotui'ly Hn greet
ed, vrllU admir.iule m-i iniiinoUUon for a hsree num
ber of iliidentd. llwtnl in the Qollegti llnnpfing Hall
AT TIlltliE DOLUIW A WKRK.
'llio entire exKuii for Tiilliun, Board. Boom licnt,
I'uel, et.-., ilc. not exi eed
ftioo a vi!:a:r.
I'uiaue the !mim. -.iu-i. of ittiidy wall tho jouns
men- uulu - in' the u o tlci;roo when Ihey
rudUMt. , Tli' v obtain board nl reaoii.il.h' rates m
pru i' ! it in -The
iu . tcinl dl coiiuiii u-'.a on t!,'
Vii'Hl Cloudily in Mopioinbrr.
l'orfiir in informati mnddretii l'rof J, W H.iley,
or Viol' Mmtoni ntrCarlinvlllo, ill