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DAILY ED IT ON
WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 20, JSGO.
.JOHN II. OBEJILY & CO
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THE INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE
FOll A'tfAOVfATj) JU&TlCh'.
Iti Mr. Hevcro MarehlltJon'H printed
(ft dread to t!io votoio of Alexander cbtin
ty liosuys "I will not glyo my voto lu
favor of any coun ty expeiltllturo, unless
I know tliut tho county will i;et the full
"Tftluo'ot every dollar." ' '
An J In Ihut'Mr. Marclilldon would net
mostcommuntliibly. Surely the people's
taxes should bo expended among thorn
elves. Evory dollar paid by tho tax
payers of Alcxnndor county, nhould In
oiuo manner, be mado to luuro to the
benefit of tho people of Alexander coun
ty. Our roads and bridges should bo
built by our own citizens, our paupers,
and prisoners kept and' fed by citizens
ourmoney should, iu short, bo so expeud
ed that It will boneflt, not somo outsldo
person or community, but ourselves,
iiut, lu avowing such a purposo, Is Mr.
Murchildonslncero? Wo think not, for
tho very circular In which the declara
tion Is recorded, was priritod outsldo of
the county. Tho $o or $10 It oont was
sent by him into another county aud
probably Into another Htatc, showing
most conclusively Hint ho Is n stickler
tor home ontcrprUes uud home people
only for efl'ect; that ho falls to practice
the doctriun he preaches; that, in get
ting his avowal before the oyes of the
people, ho palpably vlolatos It! How
Mr. Marchlldou becamo Impressed with
tho Idea that any considerable number
of the taxpayers of tho county want him
forutiocintu Justice, wo cannot conceive,
lie is not more lioneat, cotisclentlnu or
able than his competitors; he h not
more devoted to the interests of the peo
plol Then, how are matters to be
bettered by his election? Tlio truth Is,
If any considerable number of persons
had preferred him to Mr. Jlowley or Mr.
McCrlte, his name would have been sub
mitted to the county convention. Onc
two, a half dozen or more of the dele
gates would have voted for him. Jiut
he was neither voted for nor spoken of.
Indeed, we uru disposed to credit the
gentleman with some originality, In
this, that he is the flrt man in the coun
ty to make the discovery that hu Is
wanted In the otllconf asjoclate Justice!
IIU prospect aro ubout as pr6mls!ng as
Dill Leo's are for the court of St. James.
AMONG THE Fit K VI) MEN.
Tho New York Herald' says that Par
ker 1'illsbury among the South Carolina
ulgcers 1ms had an awful waking up. He
had supposed, no doubt, that they wero
"poor but respectable ;" but he hu found
them little better than the barbarians of
of Dahomey-lazy, filthy, whisky-drinking,
ignorant almost beyond Iwllef and
horribly demoralized in every way.
Pllhljry, however, lm- ta good xam
ph;t) a'l his fellow negro worMilppers of
th- Vm!;Ji11 Phillip coterie ingoing
dj..n youth to o for himself how far
tV bill it has elevated "the natloui 1
fret I men," for oven Sumner would
learn something to his advantage In u
Southern excursion In search of knowl
edge. a i.oxu ui in:.
Solon Itoblnsim onco drove a pair of
horses from Chicago to New Orleans aud
theuco to New York. Cairo 'HuMetln.'
Wo don't know that he accomplls-hed
any wonderful feat when ho did so. The
writer ;of this item once rode, on horse
back, from Kvausvdle to New Orleans,
and, from thence twelve thousand miles
through tho states of LouManu, 'IYxih,
Arkansas, Mis-disippl, Tennessee anl
Alabama, In tho course of the ride
thero wus not u idnglu excliange of hor
ses, tho same animal returning to Evans
vlllo that left till city. After all It was
no very remarkable achievement, but
was fully up to the performance of Solon
Robinson. Kvonsvllle Courier.'
Mr. cii.mi.i:.s norm,, m:w oki.ka.-vs.
Whilst this Justly celebrated hotel
would make a grand cftpltol for Loulai
una, wo are glad tho renort Is untrue that
It hut been sold to thoState for that pur
pose. Wo would rather eat ponipano
aud drink generous wlno at Hall's famed
board than hoar the tlueit speech thai
could bo made In It as a legislative hall.
It Is now full of tho good ncoplo or the
South, Includiug many of Its fair daugh
ter; and It has engagements, wo learn,
for families, which promises for it a per
fect fca't of entertainment this winter
Tho hotel has been thoroughly rouuvat
ed, and Is now qomiiloto ami equal to ii
palmiest days. -Nashville 'Union and
A (lltAMI tUTHOMt' l'JUKSISSIO.
Tho greatest .Cathollo procession over
witnessed in Montreal toolr place on
Sunday afternoon, IIioooomhIoii Im-Iiik thf
tho translation of tho rellos of St. Hi-no
from llonsocotirM church to tho blulmpV
palace. Over thirty thousand people
Joined In the procession. Fathers Mttr
tlnenti aud Langlois uddroiflod tho cruwd
In English and French, explaining the
ceremonies. Tho streets wero decorated
with lings, arches, etc,
Tho Charleston 'New' says that lb
IwrlveeiiUou States will, this year, show
more truo prosperity than any titiiurmu-
llon or tlio worm, hii nuinn mar t ih
vnnr'M cotton croi will iiniutint to ,'l.OlHf.
POO Inles, and that thu avoruso vulim nO
ll tho oropi Will amount i" per neui
of tho population. South Carolina i
dolnjrovon bettei'than this average, nud
Mill ylold this year products wm-th SoO.
OOOjOi O, or an average of ubout $75 per
caiio, jjpro&it. it.
Sii.it jnvHr.Axn may ijc.ponk-
wbl'd'botrprrslngYnde'e it tlio
Arkansas portion of tho Cairo and Ful
ton railroad should lematn much longer
out of tho hands of tho builders. Tho
magnificent donatlpu of government
lands will, If sold' at per aero' pay .for
tho road three times ovcr.afterlt is built,
and besides this princely bonus tho Stato
of Arkannas 'has Voted oho million dol
lars of her bonds.
Wo havo watched with some eagerness
ouch Arkansas exchanges us wo receive,
hoping to learn of some movement look
Ing to aarly operations on the road. The
following, the main points of which
wero long since given to our readers, is
tho only publication wo havo yet seen
In connection with tho project:
"The Little Ilock Gazette loams from
W. W. Andrews, of Washington, Ar
kansas,that there is a promising prospect
of tho revival and speedy completion of
tho Cairo and Fulton Itallroad project.
Mr. Andrews recently visited tho office
of the Company In 'New York, whero ho
was Informed that negotiations havo
been mado with English capitalists
which .secure the means for building the
road beyond any contingency. The Com
pany wero then contracting for
the construction of tho first
twenty miles, commencing ut Jackson
port, aud running north towards tho
Missouri border, and they expected to
liay'o the entire road finished in three
Iu addition to this it is intimated that
tho recent purchase of tho Memphis
stock in tlio Memphis and Mttto Ilock
railroad, was made in the Interest of tho
company about to undertake the build
luir of the C. fc F. road. Wo InTest thli
intimation with no Importance. Wo do
not care, In fact, whether It Is truo or
false. Thu great dlttUhratutn with the
Southwest Is direct communication with
the K&st and Northeast. To gain thiJ the
C. A F. road must bo built, not to
Memphis, but to Cairo, whero and where
only, It can effect connection with tho
great network of northern railroads. A
dozen roads from Little Itock to Momphls
will not accomplish that purpose.
MUltDKIt IX THE
Fruit of Corporal
Tho Chicago 'Times,' of yesterday,
editorially refers to tho violent treat
ment of a little ftovon year old boy, by a
young lady toauher of the public shools.
For somo real or supposed transgression
of her "authority," ho Jerked him from
his seat, and with great force Hung
him against the Iron steam pines that
heat the room, his head striking against
tho pipes. Tho following night, brain
fever net in, and yesterday the recovery
of the little suU'erer wus thought im
possible. Upon this condition of affairs
thu 'Times' cjinmetits as follows.
It Is hardly worth while to ludulgo in
any comments upon tho behavior of this
school teacher, or upon tho amazing con
sideration, Judgment, aud self-control
which that behavior exhibited. Nor N
it worth while to say that her instant
dismissal from tho placo of a teacher in
the public schools of Chicago Is tho very
least that the public can expect. For
tho vloleuoe and brutality or her con
duct, It Is not certain that she ought to be
dismissed. For that conduct, though
having It origiu In a bad temper and a
worse education that has nut cuabled
her to control it, is one of tho natural
fruits of that infernal system of brutish
uess which permits corporal chastise
ment lu our schools. The members of
the board of education who continue to
uphold this old barbarism arc morally
responsible fur the cruel murder of this
little boy, Tho members of that board
who put an Instrument of death In the
hands of a vloIeuttempered young
woman of nineteen -whoso lack of self
iliciiliuo proves that, Instead of a school
tea iter, sho ought to bo herself thopupll
of Home capable mother who would teach
her that tho first rudiment of education
Is self-control are more criminal than
tho Incompetent, but by no means guilt-les-,
teacher who Used It So long as
f.i.lllzGtl humhusrs'nre Kent in the board
ui education, parents must expect that
M'lf-couueltcd jackanapes, believing that
education must be Inculcated from bo
lilml, will bo kept In tho gchools to beat,
maim, uud murder young children.
" CUUilUU ITEMS.
The Pope Is about to make gnat efforts
to convert tho negroes of Africa. No less
than two hundred of Htoin are 'iiowstu
dying for tho ministry.
Tom King, the prize fighter, has
turned preacher. Uto titjjl retains the
p It after Ills name, but Instead ofprlzo
ring. H now signifies preue'her of, tho Ho-
uVmer. . ,
1 HUhop MoFurbind, uf Hartford, Con-
ui'otioul, was prosoiueu oy ins people
wIMi $5,000, on I lie , occasion of his de
parture to Jtonio to attend tho Ucumeni-
0 ii coum.il.
In tlio Chicago Ui -1 ri' t of tho Metho
,i , i hureii then- ire tiJri.y-two charges,
1 "5 members, 170 piobatlonists, and 2S
uhurehtJ, valued in SSI 1,00 ..
The F.plsbopul di u' o of (leorgla has
perpetuated tho Right Itoverend Dlshop
Elllott;ofliat dloceso, lu marble; lit an
expense of $2,600-
Dlckerateth states, upon careful exuml
inatloliV'ttittJaXleait'one verso In thirty,
Iu tlleNewTeitametit, points onward to
pal diocese, hag 3,QJ2 commuuicuuts, -17
mlulatcra tlfl 49 parishes. Tho contribu
tions forparpchlal purposes for the year
Wero' $77,037, ,and, for benevolent objects,
Burton H'Cart Wright, preached the
first Bormon qer delivered In Iowa, in
1840. Hobrokelprairieou week duy,
and took tho Lord's field on Sundays,
among the early bottlers.
It is the custom for many among ths
congregation of Trinity Church, In Now
York clly, to bow to tho chancel when
cnterlug'tho church, 'and to cross them
elvca when they rise from their knees
In their pews, Just as tho Catholics do.
Bishop Clarksonhas orduluod three
Saiileo Indians, In tho northwest corner
of Nebraska, to tho ministry of tho Epis
copal church. They will bo employed as
mlsslouurles among.theIr own people, of
whom more than threo hundred aro com
municants in the church.
Tho Presbyterian Church Soinh has
eleven synods, fifty-four projbyterlcs
eight hundred and flfty-sein ministers,
and llfty-nlne licentiates; L4G0 churches,
SW,001 communicants. Additions during
the year, on examination, 1,470, and by
certificate 21710. The contributions for
all purposes amounted to $771, 100
A London correspondent Hays that
Spurgeon never stops to study out any
very difficult question himself, but he
has a few men of education in his church
to whorahecommlUauch matters, and he
uses tboresuIUof their labors.
In taking down the spire of a church
of worship lu Portland, Maine, one of
the gilded balls was opened, In which
was found ahalf sheet of letter paper,
containing a.prophesy signed by Charles
Monroe, to the effect that, in u few yearj
the Culqivlatlc theology would become
Tno Boston 'Pilot' renorts tho Rlirht
lteverend Bishop Williams, who will do- j
part for ltomo tho latter pirt ot this
mouth, was the recipient on tho 3d Inst, .
of nearly sovun thousand dollar, from
theclurgy of the diocese, to .djfray his
expenses to the, EterilC)fy.J ' ' "
.Mr. Spurgeon, In uxefeii.&irmou,guid
that the velocipedes wjileh tho lads, rldo
would not keep" up unless they wero
kept going; tho moment they stopped,
t-hey fell down. In: tills they were ex
ceedingly like tho Christian church,
which would full unless It was kept con
stantly moving on.
Preparations are being made on u large
scale for the accommodation o.'Jporsons
attending thu great council at Rome.
Already sittings are arranged for 30,000
persons. Tho expenses of tlio council
are put-down at$200,000 but will probably
far exceed that sum
THE HOT SPRINGS.
How to get there nud Who Should Go.
Sinco Col. Hackor lias returned from
the Hot Springs ho has been so frequent
ly interrogated as to tlio character of tho
water and accommodations, as to what
ailments may be benefitted, aud how to
reach tho Springs, wc are induced to glvo
placo to tho following facts which aro
sanctioned by tho slgnaturo of Dr. Hob
sou, the resident physician.
location ok Tin: srni.vo3.
Hot Springs aro located In Hot rip lings
county, Ark., 65 miles distant, from
LlttloRook Thero are 54 springs, which
discharge 350 gallons of water per mln
nto They range lu temperature from
120 tol50J (F.)
.MODK OK ACCKS9.
Via Memphis, whero you can take a
White river packet for Uuvall's JJIufl',
thence by rail to Little Itocu; or, from j
Memphis you tako an Arkausarlvcr
packet direct to Little Rock. From
thence you can reach the springs Ip, ou'o
day by stage, op' two days by private
coach. ,'' t !
Rheumatism In nil forms and stigos,
except the neuto; all stages of Syphilis;
Mercurial Diseases, Scrofula, Chronic
Ulceus, Skill Diseases, Uterine Dleauoa,
Enlargement of tho Spleen and Llvor
and Nervous Deraugemcute, especially
Neuralgia and Paralysis, nro greatly
benefitted by tho use of these waters.
DJSU.VSKS NOT IlKSUKITUl).
Persons suflerlnc with any active In
Uaminatory disease, tho dNoasea of tho
Heart and Lungs, determination of Illood
to Head, or any Apoplectic teiidency : or
persons having Aneurisms of any pf (he
largo vessels, or suffering with Dropsy,
nro particularly udvlted not to come.
Tho cost of living varies froruiJflOto
$100 per month.
Said a male udvocato of women's
rights, "Wheu I am in a crowded car,
and a Judy comes In, I think It the duty
of some other man to git up aud give her
hlsHout, Hook around tho car to neo If
any man In the Mjrowd looks liko
making a move In that direction, and
when I seo them all keop thtir seats, I
hldo my face behind my nowspaper, aud
blush for my sex."
M'KEE COTTON CASE.
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Decided Adversely to Claimants.
A Washington dispatch under dato of
Mouday says t ' ; J J
In tho Supremo Court decision read by
Justice Davis lu caso No. 3, of John Mc
Kee vs. United States, a claim for cotton
aud other property captured at Alexan
dria, Loulsana, by (ho naval force under
Admiral Porter engaged in tho Red
Klverexpedltlou In thcsprlng of 180J, tho
claimant was a citizen and resident of
New Orleans, who truded beyond tho
Hues under permit of a Treasury agent,
by virtue of alicanao. of tho,mlltary au
thorities thou In. libasesHloiijof thocoun.
try. Tho cottoii, etc., wero purchased
from McKee. a distant relutivo of the
claimant, aud agent of the rebel treasury
department for the purchase and sain of
The decision aguinst tho claimant . Is
afllrmed, tho court holding that, under
the acts of Congress, iu olieration at tho
time of tho seizure, tho Treasury agont
who issued n permit authorizing trudo
with tlio enemy beyond tho mllltury
lines, did sn without warrant of law, and
tho permit wus void. That the duty of
tho military was wholly confined to the
protection of persons trading under legal
authority, obtained from tho proper, de
partment of tho government; and a li
cense or permit from that sonrce to do
anything unlawful conferred no author
ity whatever. It was also held that tho
wholn transaction was void, and that
the claimant had never hud any title to
tho property In question, because it had
been purchased from an agent of tho
rebeKgovernment. Tho appeal camo
from the Circuit Court for tho Southern
District of Illinois.
A wooden watch, mado in Stelton,
Germany, iu 1702, aud exhibited by Mr.
S. Oppcnhclm, of New York city, Is a
great curiosity. The works aro mostly of
wood, and theentiro mechanism Is very
ingeuiousand skillful. It is tho only one
iu the United States, aud thero aro but
two In tho world.
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IVIthutit IJvjit itso or.Motu-y.
Tho PuU.iheri ii hJ "'rks puMisli M ''Thj
Itlivrsnie Maa.umof ir WiawrlVopIo,' an llluHratcd
Monthly, SAW y'ri hnviiilor iHfiulcoiitribiiior
Hutu dirhdian Auderwu, the mn.t etiilncnt llvliig
writer for thu vouo.'. ti will AI.I.OW OM. t'Ol.-
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An KIlKllily Mltialed DtTclllii Ilunitt.
twill ocll itiv tludling hour,ltunlcdon llioi-orncr
of Slithand Wailful, with the two lota upon which it
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rooms and i kitchen, U well arranged, ,wp tlnl.hod.
Miimllcdwltli caj.yijtcrn, i.uthoui4, uto., and all In
flrt rata condltloi,', VVr prlcis nnd terms apply at mj
oc20tf p. .TIIF.ottAl.n.
xroxry JVXor-xxiaaLp t
A fro lunoU will bonorvcd npat tlio i:yptln Ea.
loon and rritUuraut, attcu o'clock oycry mornlnir.
Tho reataurant hai lrn rccnUy titled up, and pci
tonacan I accommodated with mcali at all hourl.
Corner of Sixth r troid ami Commercial Avunttn. next
doorto PoitOlUoo. j(, MITSEH.
THE FLOWER QUEEN
The Coroimtloii or (lie Hohc.
A Cantata In two parts hy n Claja of
l'ouni; J.iullcs of Cairo,
Connocted with th CWcrratorr of Mimln uider the
dlroriion of Prof. l..u. lUlndcll, nt the
Atlieiieuni, Thursday ami Frldny Evcuhib'S,
Oclohrr Ulat nn
TkliH, ..Wct. Rei..red Scals....M73 eta
nT.'llTl! f0irii?iT, ' l,,"onl" r lk Athenoum on
p m i-riduy from a a. in. to 12 in. and 3 to 0
of erory dccrlptlon,
r.nlli, MIiIiikIvo mul vlr I'ontH.
YAUli A.VD OHKlOK-Corner Commercial artnut and
Ord.rji Koln itod and promptly filled. Steamboat
Lumper fiirnUlnidun lnirtnytlos, ocllS-em
At llic CIAac oriiiikliioMs, Oclolivr II, 1 HOO
I.oam aid Ih.i'ountu
I' H. ltoniN, lo tpeiirn I'iroiilntififi........ '
I'.K. llpuda undSiiciirltio. mi hand
ither itockii, Roail. and .MorlaitfK
ut from Kiklrminir nd Itcrte Agent...
Hue from olher.NiiiM.ii.il ll.nk
Hue from other lljiikiand ltiikr
Purnlturo and Fixture
Itemittanovn in Trrn.il ,
CkAh Item., inelHdiiiK HUBip. ..
t'a.hou hand :I1IIU of other .ition-
at Uauld y 6,33 ()
rra-tionut Currency, Inc. .Vtekel... l ro
a id U
f 1,300 00
0. 11 ti
a, 01 17
1. WU 37
I, AH oo
1 7i2 lit
ple Coin 4JU 69
Leat Tender Notee 17,190 DO
Caplhil Mo k ll'l In...
. ( ,311 &T
i'rolit nna i.o. i.isj M
National HiinU uircnlaltiin iMiUtuudinu' 76,111 00
Indltidlial Iepolt., .,..... ...... . I3,e5 T7
CUtcof Illinois, County lif Altxandor, (.
I ,iO. N. lliisrHM.Ctililrmf IU nrtt.Nati.nllltnV,
nf Oalro, Illinoi., wuar th.it tho nl.m.i nUleiiietit la
true, to the belt of my knowluik-uund Ullif.
C. .V. m'fiiite, Ouhler.
BulwcrIIdnndHitotntOlH)f.iriiiiie, Uii lUtli liyof
Oi-totwr. lt, S. It HAY, .Votary PuMie.
sj II. IIAV. Mhreiftar..
J.T. IIHS.VIK.J oiCaiJir
TIMi: CITY .VATJO.'VAS. It.VA'K
At t'luho of lliislipH, Oclulirr Oil), ItfOD
I l..tr.liM.Ii i
.. Hti.nQ ft)
.. 1.V100 to
.. l.ai si
I'. S, Hoadi tiidveti c t ifiilat on
U.r), lloiidtf on hand
OtlHrKlock, iloiuU aud l"rtj;;;i
I Mo from lU'i cotiinii; und Reru Agent.
luu from other .Vatlouil lUnk
Iuuifrnm llanlsi ami Il.inkrr ,
ll.inVlllK l(iUe ..........
llther lieil Ktat....
Current K.iva(m -
("nidi ttitiin, irwhi.nnir'iilM
Itilliof othci .anonal JUnt
naoiional Cuirttoey, inoludliig .VickaU
IB, 797 W
! .151 Tender .',!
Tieiurr l. , JlitrllatMil lurrouuy for
, rpitid t-t.Hik. Pid In
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Pio anil lJ..t......lUU. -
' N.tiiaual lUuk CuuubttwA nuieUui-vg"
I InuiriJual i.,p.aiti
I Ihieto liauki aud I.. nkera...-
.. 8l tO
... a una
.. ta, uiu
.. I0l!,-- l 03
I, V. II .xrt.i. l. i nUii "I iheUuy Nuliu I Uiuik,
of t'tr. d 'leiouli - '"' that the al ta'. unlit
i. trii,. uili.i ' i "f ui) .ao..J: wid '
Sali i-ribed . ml sh.iiii lo Iwforo m. tltia lilli d- of
Ootilhcr, J, il. U. CANORK. Xotorj PutJw.
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