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OFF1GJ3: otfo. 1.3 UJeriUt' Stroot, Thornton's Buildih
LIU DAY EVENING. OCTOBER 29, 1SG9
JOHN IT. OEERLY & CO
VEIIY CONTEMPT! HLE,
CInritcerUtlemrniiuejt( or-the K vmifivlllt
'J'lio following paragraph appeared ii
tho Kvansvllio 'J on nml ' of tlio IMtli inl
Wo think tho 'Independent Is nut Jus
tified, by tho prcont condition of tho
VJnccnnos and Cairo Koud, to speuk so
poBlllvely of Its early completion. Our
advice from all quartern are to tho effect
that tho enterprise ban pretty effectually
collapsed, and that years must elapse be
fore It I finished, if it is ever completed.
Tho Pennsylvania Central Railroad,
with the sagacity that has always char
notorized that corporation, refused to
take hold of tho Vlncenties and Cairo
concern, because It regarded tho road
an Impracticable in overy particular, In
the first place, It Is a very expensive
road to built, aud In tho next place, It is
doubtful whether It could pay running
expenses If It was completed.
There Is a very coutemptiblo meanness
exhibited In the above extract that Is
peculiarly characteristic of tho Kvans
vllle 'Journal ' Months ngo that sheet
proclaimed the C, A V. railroad project
as collapsed and tbaudoncd, when Hie
work was In full progress and not a
Ingle laborer hud been dlsml".cd. It
not only did thl, but predicted, In a vein
of uudigiil-,cd exultation, that the road
wc.:J.l never be built Although repeat
edly assured that the work had not been
abandoned, It stubbornly refused to cor
rect the falsehood it had so Industriously
hinllul It now say.: "Our advices
f. n it'i i ;trter are to the effect that
tti'er, r'-o Is pretty eUertunlly o)llnjed,
m. I t'.V year? mut elapse before It Is
flh'.K 1, If It Is ever completed." If tho
wrl'c r I n I been a friend of the enter
I r. -,h c uld have obtained informa
t i w th (it very extended Inquiry, that
wi uld have onablcd him to brand '"our
ad vIlii" as falsehoods. Gentlemen who
w, Irritund the true Mtuntlou of aflalr
ktow that tho coiujiletlon of the road,
vtllhln two years, Uinmn.d btyund all
eonUnijc-ifij. Tho arrangements havo
been pefected for a pvrlod of several ;
we. ks, and operations will be tlelaycil 1
only long enough to efleot tho arrange-
silent of suth details as tho chaugo he-
cis.-arlly Involve". Had he been a friend
of tho road, he could have obtained facts
and, figures to prove any man u liar or
nn nss who might decline that tho road
Is "an expen,lvo one to build, and would
curceiy pay running expenses v nen put
In -... ration. '' Not only this, but he I
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ci 1: 1 1 1 11 11 in me jieramuiu uuuti mc
IViinyylVftiila Ceiilrul company to
nn ur i(-.0'-don of thu C. V. rosd, 1
tih. ng nuraute that the member-) of t
tli it i-)in,iany app.-ei'late the worth of
tl.i uii lertakiiitr, and regard it ns the
, . . in . -led to ..-.implttH tho a.rough ,
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liiu f r .v,uthwo.l and .No thea,t tinel,
li', 1 lUmg a friend of the road, he, or,
ti.e 'J uriu.l,' has ( xclkd more of dUgust
at. U nitempt by his foolish predictions!
anil faIo j ublieations, than ho hus of
tnd.gna.lon. Ho hu. .hown him-clf
mi .in hplnted aud spllfjful Incapable of
d:..n(: evcn-hHiided Ju,t.ce to any nun o-
ir.i -it 1.1 it u c-s not promise to add to the ,
lm in i pruHi)eriiy, or general uuvance-.
mi nt r f tho town in which he lives.
ho well Informed frleud of the Cairo k
Vim -nne railroad Is nt all alarmed nt
the prcont situation ofnllaiiH; and when
we add that tho Kvansvlllo 'Journal'
foolishly regards the project ns a rival of
one of Its tmagiiiurj routes, 110 one will
be at n loss to settle upon the source of
'our advices from all quarter"."
Mr. John V. Klieehan, the voternn
( hlcago editor, delivered a very enter
tnlnlng address night before last, before
the Franklin Typographical Society, to
which tho Chicago 'Times' makes tho
Mr Shcclmn began his add reus with a
reference to his many years' connection
with printers and printing, having snent
most of his lifetime In a uewspupcrotliee,
mid In a feeling manner expressed, his
high appreciation of printers as n clas.
In bikf terms ho described tho plodding
jour, who'o only thought Is of his week's
wugis, u hose "string'' Is never more aud
a ver les-s, but who Is nevertheless a use
ful member of society Then thero was
another printer, skllllul, keen, with his
h. ad lull of general Information nud Ills
heart of wlbhes for tho world's
welfare, who acted as though ho
thought tho rights and interests of work
ingincn depended upon hlnibelf, and who
"put on a nub" to attend to town meet
Ingf. Tho description of tho Isolatlou
which a morning paper printer exper
iences -his children at school when he
eats his breakfast, and ho only meeting
them when ho Is prepiulng for another
night's toll, retiring to re.t when other
men wore awakening with renewed en
ergl!" to another day's lab ir- -wni vivid,
and easily recogui.od by everyone who
had any oxperlenne of it. 'J he bpeaker
said lljwas not at all woundorful lh.,tmen
k ailing such lives should become dissipa
ted, though ho pointedly and forcibly ad
vised thoin to osohow tho wassail. Ho
then advised printers to seek for know
ledge for as "knowlcdgo Is power,'' 60
is ignorance, in this day and gi Deration,
most wretched weakness. Citliij many
notablo Instances of self-taught men,
especially that of Franklin lin urged his
hearc" to an honorable emulation of
Kx-Uoveriior Fnglhh Is pulling up the
llrt Iron front In Now L son.
A COUNTRY SAVE II.
Tho radical candidate for tho mayor
rtllty of Chicago, G. W, Gato.aiks for the,
olllco on tho ground that ho helped savo
tho country. Tho Chicago papers of tho
28th Inst., hIiow up Mr. Dago's agency In
tho work of salvation, and amoro vllla
nlous porsonal record has not been ex
posed alnoo tbo war.
In July 1802 ho secured a contract for
furnlshlngcamp Douglas with beef. He
did this by buying ofTseveral responsible
parties who under-bid him, promising to
jay them $20 per day during the contin
tatice of his contract. He entered upon
tlo performance of his contract, but not
orjy neglected, but absolutely refused to
pa; any portion of the money duo on his
wrlt'.n obligations to tho parties whom
he lad bought off. One of these finally
sued Thero was only one way in which
theoyal Oago could defeat tho suit, and
thai was by entering tho pica of a pur
poa to defraud tho government. This
pick tho shameless man entered, and
threvideuce or tho damning transaction
Is k matter of record in the Chicago
TIK OHIO LKUISLAITRC AXI
Fim:i:.Tii aukndm kxt.
Tic roHcrlo Adopt or Itcject the Aineiul
metit In the llauils of (lie Hamil
ton Comity ICcTernicr.
;Pr.mlb Hull ! C jr.. r.
The Ciiiulunatl 'Enquirer' staten the
complexion of the Ohio Legislature. To
no Senate there havo been elected:
liigular J-mv;t 11
liW'lir lW'iil)lnn .... 17
Omnly lieformri Hamilton t'uiinty . ... 2
T;t! M .737
The latter two gentlemen aro Messrs.
Cocpjier aud Veatmau, who were elect
id by democratic votes over regular re
publican nominees. They holu tho bal-
I tl,W US LI th Will tUUIIC UUU
;hcir votes to til ve the radicals the asceu
nice of power.and it will require both
Jency on party questions.
rl ho House 1,01 Representatives will
stand as follows:
If -rn t Tlf.,A. " A
-Armrr. 1 ll.milun cn..i,
70,11 :- 1X1
, The balanceofpovyorls, therefore, with
only requires that two of thcuibhall vote
with the democrats to secure a majority,
whllo four are necessary to give the Re
vi.e iiiuittivtii iu wiivj uvuw nii tiu ifc
publicans tliu supremacy,
LSfilre!,0t U,e ct"P' of U.c
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JLtu!,f, l'tUi n . ...
Count KcfjrrM r. ... 7
Tulkt. v 213
The acquisition of three of the reform -
nr wnnlil iK'i tlio nmiiiriit x tlio tnfilnr.
ty, while It would bo necessary fornix
to unite with the republicans,,
The Ohio Legislature Is particularly
i,H,rll,t"1,f u ,t'('!, probable that ft
"'"I decide tho fa'e of the fifteenth
Rmumlmt.llt. The ratlllcatlon of twenty
eight .States Is needed. Twenty-one have
already voted for It, namely:
u.u'M-ua. M-i-nV., M'hti'-it-,
r;ui.jluu, jWutn ctoi.i. wi virsm .
The boaulftl reeomlruMm system of
,,C ril(jcaH reqnres Texas and Mlssls-
uppi to ratify beforo they cau ue atunit
led, and there is little doubt that Iowa
llhmcsota, Hliode Lland and Vermont
vill also give their consent, making
twenty-seven States. Tho vote of Ohio
v ill be necessary for the adoption of the
amendment, and It will uot bo strange
I' the entire question shall eventually
rist with this little band of seven re
formers. rEHSOXAL ITEMS.
Mrs. Susan l'rescott, widow of the late
of the William H. Prescott, the historian,
diid in Uoston on the 16th Instant.
Mr. Geo, Clifford, for several years edl-
I tor of the Portland Press, hns been
obIif,C(, tQ g,vo up work( aa ow qnIt0
ill )f heart, disease.
Nathan Itothschlld lately gambled
nwiy StO.OOU at Hadon ISaden.
Fiederlek lluihon refused to take
chaigo of tho Now York Times, except
on slary of $15.0.10 a year and tho ex
clusive control of tho editorial page.
Catharine Needier, the oldest of the
race, Is slxty-nlue years old, and is single
It is said that Senator Nye has a law
suif on hand with a usurer who was too
Uaulous wJth him with regaid to certain
ndmnccs on the Senator's salary.
'JI10 new Secretary of War Is said to
hare recently married an heiress In Ohio.
Dr. James Cosby, Senator elect from
Daviess, McLean, ami liuili-r counties,
Kentucky, died at Owensboro, Kentucky,
on Sunday last. He was a relative of tho
fatuous John C. Calhoun.
I!r. Fay, an old settler of Lu Crosse,
Wisconsin, lias set out fur it I rip round
tho world In company with hit wife, by
way of California and China.
Ir. llackett Is to play an engagement
at Booth's Theater this winter.
i'litis. 0. Leliind has done another
.hykfulof Ikeltniann in L i.ulou.
James M. Mas in, for a long tlino one
of United Stales Senators iroin Virginia,
and the ri'presi'htatlviMif lb. 'niiftderato
Hates at tho Court of St J mi , fa now
president of Seminary Hill near Alex
Tho fashionable of Providence, Itbodq
Island, aro considerably agitated over a
grand wcddlngftho, groomi belng'a
member of tho Bpraguo family. a
James It. Hood died in Chattanooga
laflt week, of consumption. Ho former
ly edited tho Chattanooga 'Gazette,' and
for one term was a member of tho Ten
The suicide of the Lord Chief Justico
Clerk, of Scotland, was caused by cha
grin at the discovery that he owed his
eat in Parliament to bribery.
Ilobert C. Yates, who was Governor
Todd'a secretary, while he was minister
to Brazil, and subccquently was for a
time Consul at Asuncion, Paraguay, died
In Cleveland, on Friday.
Arabs aro reviving tho east African
Now York murdered thirteen Ihousaud
hogs last yoar.
Leavenworth, Kansas', has a "Kurl
ous Kusses Klub.
A Mlsslsippl Jury .hid eleven colored
and one white niau.
Paris fears a gigantic strike among
all classes and kinds of workmen.
A Detroit girl of tho period wears a
t'plug" hat and carries a cane.
Many applo trees near Now Albany,
Indiana, havo rcblossoincd,
Lauchcstcr grows more tobacco than
any other county hi Pennsylvania.
There aro no vacant storos in Augusta,
Georgia, aud a number that are. iiiilln
ished aro occupied.
The route of Sherman's march
though Georgb, where almost every
thing was destroyed, is built up anew,
snd tho people raised line crops this
The old salt wells near Salom, Indi
ana, which once supplied tho country
'n that neighborhood with salt, aro to bo
The New York society for the Provon
of Cruelty to Animals has begun the
inspection of horses belonging to hack
drivers who apply for licenses.
A prominent Episcopal clergyman In
New York received fl0 for performing
a prlvato marriage ceremony 0110 day
Thure never exinlcd but 0110 Mormon
Irishman, and a Mormon Irishwoman is
it is KoniKthing totally unknown to the
Toledo Is to havo a new hotel, to cost
?160,000, f.W.OOO of which Is to bo dona
ted by citizens to any Individual who
will erect the building after plaus al
Mrs. Kva Lancaster, of Navasota,
Texas.is now running tlueu Initltutlon
hcrnelf -the Navasota 'lUnger' (news,
paper), n milliner shop, and a craJlo
with a fresh Incumbent,
Pro m on tor j point, on the Union Pa
cific railroad, is a nice little place of four
hundred inhabitants, with no water
nenrcr than nine miles, whero prize
fights aro conducted iu big cauvas tents ,
admission 1-150, front soiUs reserved for
Some people In Maine say, that Just
before they felt tho shock of tho earth
quake Friday morning, they noticed a
livid glare suddenly appear In tno sky,
although tho heavens at that time were
quite dark, and It was raining,
They beat us In sorao tilings In Ixm
don. Placards were posted there recently
onvoyolug tho following tempting invi
tation to vlslta certain Uathesda chapel:
"Ned Wright, who btforo his convor
slotio was convicted three times of burg
lary, will deliver a Gospo! address. Come
and welcome! No collection!"
tiiaui:iy at sj:..
I'rmb Ilorriira of tlio Cuol ii-jIV.hIb Mu
tiny, Murtlt-r . I Suit lilt".
Tho St. Helena Guardian of the 20th
nit. relates a tad story perhaps tho sad-det-t
that has over been recorded in con
nection with the tralllo lu human Hush.
Tho French birk .Tainarls, Captain
Itannit', left Macao on the 0th of Febru
ary, 1809, with thieo hundred emigrants,
n Chinese doctor and a Porliigiioe Inter
preter, ucoldej eighteen lu crow. Ao
cording to the account of those of tho
seamen who aro still on hoard the Tarn
arK everything p'usod on pleasantly
until wiihiii aboui270 miles of the I1I0
of Java; a revolt broke out among tho
free eiitigiaiils, who seemed to have got
the bt.-t of It, the crew taking to tho
boat, deserting the ship, ami leaving
their uiii'uriiiiiato C.iplaiu, who either
did not wish orwannt nolo to abandon
hi -hip, 11 read prey 10 these em aged
flcnil-avagts. What happenod to this
untiiriun ilt Cnpialn we e tnuot learn for
certain; nco irdlug to tho Interpreter on
hoard the Tainarls, ho was cut up and
thrown overboard. Thirty days these
savages ruinaiiied In possession of tho
ship, fchcii they were rtiptuied by n
Duioh in in of-war, which hud been sent
In pursuit The Duteh found a Chinese
i nailed in the late Captain's quarters,
but could not. (Uncover the slightest trace
o M It iiiiiio. They placed him and tho
olhei' leaders of the revolt lu Irons,
an I took the ship to Padang. At Pa.
d ing Mm ivnmliis of tho former crow,
who Irui lunded in Java, hero rejoined
their rdilp. A new captain and chief of
Heir were appointed, and the ship star
ted In pursuit of her destination on tho
15th of June. By this date the number
of coolies had been reduced, by arms and
disease to 2-15. Out of this number
scores Jumped overboard AndcommJUedl
mnciuc wuen .ney, iouna inaiineyvjrere'j
10 proceed on uioir vojago. ooorcs or
others havo died of whatacoollo ship
captain phlegmatically would call tho
effects of opium. There now remain on
board tho Tainarls eaventy-fW' emi
grants alive. Much ai we mui), abhor
the murder and wholcsalo losa of lives
on hoard this ship, wo would almost hall
tho occuranco as a bleating to humanity
were thoso who aro now engaged In this
horrid trudo to take a lesson from this
story and abandon it forever. If the
charterers of this ship are not inclined to
protlt by the moral lesson of tbo story of
Its voyage, they will most probably have
to learu by tho pecuniary out it teaohes
Till! SII.VATOItlAL IXKCTIO.V
The Inn Cooper.
N.ilmllo OrreninnJcnoii Cinsnnati 'Cotninprcial,'
VI1e11 the mixed caucus of conserva
tives and radicals resolved to uuito on
Cooper, a hard and painful task was im
posed upon his brother, Edmund Cooper.
Kdmuiid was the man vho placed Mr.
Johnson's name In nom nation, and lias
been a strong Johnson man all the time,
refusing to run against liim, as ho has
been frequently urged to tlo. Hut no
amount of urging could pursuado him to
lei his name ! U3cd against Ills old
friend. Hesldt'H being a life long friend
to Joiinnn, lu-was uniier many obliga
tions to bin.. When Johtsou was Pres
ident, ho employed Coop-r as his private
secretary, for a while, mil then appoint
ed mm Assistant, secroiar. or 1110 M reus
urr. when tho vote was taken, Mr. Cooper
voted for his brother, but ho shed tears
lu doing co. Ho wept, bit, tho weeping
did credit to his head 11:1 d heart. The
luiium-d unon otio In sticl a case is dlfll-
cult, upon the one hand 1 brother, upon
the other a nearly loveu 'ricnu aud ben
The news of tho defeit of Johnson
tpread over town like ivlld tire, and
caused much excitement as might bo
supposed. Nothing is talked of, or hardly
thought of this evening bit tho defeut of
"Andy." Just now an etcitud old gen
tleman rushed into my rami and acted
as If he had concluded to go crazy upon
the subject "There's im telling," ho
exclaimed, "what this d d Nashvlllo
cau tlo when she gots lur head to It.
She's succeeded 111 defeat ng the greatest
man iu the United Slates, and elected a
clever little fellow, who vill bo plumb
lost among them big radleils .at Wash
ington I Miy It'n u d i shame," nml
nfier nayfngJt ho rushed out again to
continue. thelamenlutioiH elsewhere.
Nuahvlllo rejoiced that tho wicked old
Military Governor Is dofntcil, bntTcnn
c-cu Is t.ot. If tho election had been
by the people ho would have gone to th
Senate by a largo majority. 1 know of
one county, tho representative of.which
voted against him, win re tbo people,
who elected tho reprcMiitatlves, are al
most unanimous for him 1 mention this
m an instance coming under my own
knowledge, and It Is likely that at least
twenty counties were llkewlso mlsropru
Hut tho old man, though defeated,
lacks courdderablo of bc.ug dead. Ills
friends say that he will bo the next Gov
ernor inspltoof all his Nashville ene
mies can do. They say that ho will go
before the people, and it that tribunal
lie will triumph.
TIIK Ir lK.ST ACCIDli.Vr.
Tho Kvansvllle 'Courier' of tho 27th
Wo learned yesterday,from passengers
by the noon mall train, some further par
ticulars about tho accident on tho In
dlatmpolls and Cairo rullroad. moutinu
of which wo made ycsteiday. The train
consisted of the locomotlvo and tender,
and 0110 baggage, one pussengor and two
freight cars. The baggage car was prc
clpated down an emUnkmcnt about
thirty feet The nasseDKori iu tho pas
senger coach wore mortior less Injured
ono person very eerluisly, wo under
stand. No one was killed. Thu cause of
tho accident wus owing to tho track he
lug too wide, made so. to accommodate
"eomprouilio" cars. Tlio wounded were
all takon to Vincennes.
I NOlJ'cKT kxtraordi
TIZ31 'JYItOLILIX SlXtSlinS,
i;n;jir i.v .vi'iiiir.i:,
Il IOV I'JSSOJt T U J3N l'i K ,
A Iroupaof eilraonlinHty Tulen unl jiououncil
ly lli Viy toUi. .lhaut iui jn.l la hurojio o
ftm il.i liighV.t.otirui-ioftlio uiuVounlrj-, xillgiTii
ATBUJ.MH'.W I VTH1S ITY, VIZ:
4U J'rlilrty ami HiUiirUuy 5cnliU '-Oil
nml .lOlli iii.lt..
nr.si:uvr.i) hkats -ia
Itenervcd .o!.tj iin bo' ocuml it i. Hsttinan's
room, Cotiun-cil ATue, on tur norntnj; fxid'
V h)V A 11V MNTm V U PVTC
lV " AU JillljilLI 1.
ON-KhSl DKNT NOTJ C H;
Stain of llhnoi-, Aloxamlrr Ceunir, us. Aleitndjr
County Ctrciul Court.
li.irid Kuril and Samuel
C. I'.lYlt. I
Affldatlt of Hip non-to-I.tinco of Datlil Ford nn
iUS, V,,),,,5J,e,b0?t,"',m,"1,ltf,'l'"" lia-loff
been filed In Uin llrrk'n oRloo of thn Circuit Court or
si drountv, notlo U tlisroforo horeby aim to thr
Mid DarlJ l ord nalSamul C. ImtU that tlio com
iflalnant flld I1I1 supplemental bill lo-nld Cour on
trw rhancery aldn thereof on thn llrth day of Septem
ber l!Cf, and that on tho '.'Jib day of Octobar UC3, a
Hummom 1-iUed out .f raid Court returnablo a thi
lawdlrecti. Now unteaa you, the raid D.irld Ford
and 8amue C. Dan. ahall tw and appear before Uie
Circuit Court of aald county on th that day of the next
Term thfrcof to bo hol.ien at tho Court Houae In the.
City of Cairo, In Mid counly, on tho third Monda
or January nxt, and plead, anawor or demur to the
aid complainants bill of complaint, tho tame and Ilia
-natter nml thine therein 1 barged and utalcd will be
token at cnnfra-ed, and a derre.i entered again! you
ccordliilo tho prayer. 'fnld hill.
joiiv n ir in 11 iv r...L
Mnlkey, Wall Jk Wheeler. Compl'u Hol.
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