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TJllIRSDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER n, 1SG9
JOHN II. OBEKLY & CO
A WAVEOF TllOUIiLK.
Tho boss radicals uro in a "stow" lest
rant, who hitherto has been their con
intont tool, should, in a single instance,
jknowledgo the existence, of the people,
he conjecturo that ho has viowi of his
m on ttie tarrlir quostlon that will af
trd some relief to tho peoplo of tho West
t the expense of tho manufacturing na
tion of Now England, harrows up their
lelings terribly; and to this political ag
ny Is added the fear that tho president
lay lnterfero in tho Mississippi elootipn
1 behalf of brolh'er.ln-Iaw Dent. Tbta
iterferoncc, It la appreheuded, will cul
llnatein the removal of General Ames
Mm tho command of tho Mississippi
allltary district, tho officers under him,
1 Isalledgcd, having worked to secure
e tit's defeat as Governor. Although
he radical leaders, whose business It has
een to"run" the president, may fear his
poitacy, there aro very few comorfalive
uon in tho country who oven hopo for
avor at his hands. Ho Is sold to his
viols, and It would bo well enough to let
Tho Chicago 'Tribune' of yesterday
(Aims that the radical party will have a
lear majority of eleven in tho Constltu
tonal Convention. On tho other hand
"do Springfield 'Heglster,' whose mean
,i obtaining reliable Information in this
;ehalf, nro nuperlor to thote of thu Trl
,une,' gives a;ilst of the member, which '
ihows tho election of 34 straight demo-
'its, and nine Indopendent democrats i
-..1 ,1 . 1 ............ ..t.tM. t. n limit I
till It UtIUU'.l'tl'i nilllili, I" " WA Ml
hty-llvo member?, undoubtedly form
majority of one. Tho 'llcglsler' con
cedes to the radicals .17 ctralght-outs,
:id five Independents, or a total of 42
members. Tho editor of the 'Iteglster'
have direct acoewt to tho returns in the
-fllce of tho .Secretary of Ktate, and there
M no reason (unless It bo found in an un
jpvcrnable penchant for lying, which
wo cannot charge to our contemporary,)
why the returns furnished by this paper
nhould not be entirely reliable. A few
days will determine the matter, how
erer, beyond all room for cavil.
ANOTHER TIlAifPJXG DEAD
Veiiterday we warned the public
jaint one W O Wrarc, who Is "doing"
the town of tho Northwest by inrans of
an ndvertlilng awlndle. Krom the fol
lowing paragraph from the llloouilngton
'I'antagraph ' It appean that Mr. W. Is
u-ttheonlyhcoundreli'iigaged In thene
nefarloui w. rk. People will learn, after
awhile, that the nfol and cheapext
inenr.Hf f advertising enn be hecureu oy
pstrouUIng tl -Ir homo pre.-n, and refuu-
i.: n ikf "itoek In any tramping
uiilcit r In that line, however honefct
i . cii1,!', or Ingenious hi plan. The
Tan'-igrn h' i-ayn:
"I. !: ( Jt for M. W. Itlly, now loeat
e 1 a J-' s.nvlUe, IlllnnlN, formerly of
H'oorni ' n, Illinois, Riid well known
n tl.cl.i'ttrr itv. llefollolus advertlou
juinH ( r Hotel Iteglntew, etc., but his
rej rc-n'a'l m aro, In a great meaiuie,
worthk'f-i aul untrue. In some Instan
ces hoprci-uit.4 the card of tho 'I'anta
graph' Company, of Uloomlngton, Illlu
olf, and ri'pri'M'iitH hluitelf as ono of that
firm rr asihelr agent; an Mr. HlleyUa
iklllful and experienced eanves.icr, the
peopl" of Illlnoli nre cautioned against
rlvlrg him orden for advertUcmentn.
lie is n in all sized man, of blight build
and Kent eel appearance. Further Infor
mation as to thu character of Mr. I'.lley
can bu furulxhed by many liloomiugtou
Merchants, and by almost everybody
with whom lie ha-i been connected In
any husinesi transaction, and also by
tho I'antagraph' Company of Illoom
rur coxwrrrriox.iL co.viyav
Ueturns from all parts of tho Htato
have b"on received at Springfield and
show tho fallowing astonishing rosult:
Thero Ij.iv4 been eloutud to tho Cuuatltu
llonal Convention of
ir 'I1'!' r ','
I , tye i lii k-MQ enl '
I 111! HA tl. .N
B i! !a I' '
lVyi't.rC'letnicilftiid rogonemtud, sends
1 1 v'i Couvcutlou fourteen dcmooratlc
meinhcr-!. Of radical members sho gonds
NONi:i And In the material sho has
el I. V.ypt has Jint causo for con.
Xtatu'atl n. Look'atlt: Tlie llouorabkw
Win J. AIM), W. It Andewon, Geo. W.
VM, S. h. Jiryan, JamcH C. Allen,
.lan. RiV.uson, H. W. Hillings, and
oth . scutleiiu'ii of like mental caliber
aii'l fi'anHtig among the people. The
n :.t,t la !'. . ! ngth uti breadth, height
a.. J i'S, I -Imply alorlou, and relleets
Ik.. r.puti the people, not only of
V. , . "f the Htato at large
. . Kniflaud, wo latolv visited
JiAt lfli- NVavri'ii i- l -ij. K-f-ly III.
,-.y ...uu u, .!.., winai -o'- , whk.h romlorea ruth for the woods ami escaped, finu- ( - - - ---- rrr
Mal.hd ant, but wero very much 'J iei!utful wnipanlon. Of a peon- ' lug It impo.lbh tollvoat or rear homo ' 11 R( 'fclVhR'fc SALb OK blUAMWi
' i - thoe liweeu Br y welal tmn, he toon made tl.e ac-, 1 won , to Araausa. , , r.n - ( . . a , )(ofn,. ,7 TV v,i.ru.i. f,.a I
i ,, , 11. ,,v v w riiini,,...,..,. nuaintanee atid won tho heatt of every . my wifo and four children. ii- two n ... . r.-.n tuaiio.. h. frnmf..rd, jr..,
(, a. Ai.th-uy, 1 1 ,M' f"1'' K " r tlirtotvii; nml, what is mote, mni 1 killed in my door m ,m ti, ttrst Vf,', ,.!, Hll,, ;P, , fu..:, 1
v ..ni10 society of Old Uofonii- jliolliV of Athen, ho know , bioml ever hcd by ins. . . . - ' ' rrJli t m U
nr i, iiTb irJ?iotrf i j . xJr'W Mu :t v-.v'. U
rornU .v..nnin, lour liK-hcHhcrttr than I'Si 'UL1U if j " "afd to L,w 1 M '-.'s-i.c tl inf.uu butchtr, wh- . 1 , ; .
!f. The papers, f ll.at Stale . rv 1 . .... . v t. un 1 r, 1 1 1.. ! 1 I my br uln . n 1 " i " , . '
General Magrudcr Is still lecturing on
The Ecumencal Council will be open
ed by Cardinal Antonelll.
The New York 'Tribune' buildings are
pronounced unsafe, and they will be torn
down next year.
A Callforniam exhibits a guu that Urea
300 shot a minute.
The Connecticut masons are to mon
ument ex-Qov. Heymour.
One of Jehn Tyler' sons la editing the
Montgomery (Ala.) Adrertlser.
The'leUers on the roof sign of a New
York hatter are 18 feet long.
John Joton kloked his wife to death
In New Jersey, just for fun.
Mrs; Julia White, a'natlve of Ireland,
4 led at Charleston, Massachusetts, last
week, aged 113 years. .
Miss Kary Hovey has been offered the
chalrof Horticulture In the Kansas Ag
"The best colored taleutof the country "
is short! v to be ensaued ou a new
newspaper at Washington. I
The Glatton, now under construction j
at Chatham Dockyard, will be the most '
powerrut lurrelsiup lor onensivoauu uc- i
tensive purposes yet constructed.
The Independent order of Odd Fellows
number 7,000 in Iowa, and It Is predicted ,
that tho next annual gathering will nnu
them up to 10,000.
California papers uro Ill-natured
enongh to say that tho wreck of tho .flo
ra Nevada was a "put up thing," In the
vernacular of California.
Bancroft's antics a a court Minister
aro attracting the attention of foreign
"Thu treacherotu-Hpanlard" Is now
tho popular designation of tho Hlmou
pure native of Spain. I
Professor Faraday thinks thai man
ought to live ono hundred' years,
though if he made a thousand, every
body would agree with hlmi 1
JfOTIIEIt A.VD D.IL'GIITER EX
Ab AtonUhed Judge Thou Art the Man.
A few days ago, says the New Orleans
'Picayune, 'an old ludyaud a young one
found themselves in court, charged with
disturbing tho pcac The officer's state
ment was clearly given, and certainly
disclosed an equal culpability in both.
It was evident, However, that the court .
. ii .. Li., i . . . i .. .1... i
MlCilueu :i iuuruiu juiikiuvui mi hiu
voungesU and the tcales of Justlco were
rapidly tipping In her favor
"Why did you abue this youneladyV"
thu magistrate demanded of the old one.
"Ilhad a right to," was the calm reply.
'What win t-ho doing:'
"Keeping company with a very lm
proper character ."
"And what Is thnt t(you?''
"Shu's my daughter."
"Oh, Indeed, andyou thluk the pernon
vas an Improper character?''
"Do you know who he was?"
"I dont know his name. I've seen him
frequently prowling arouud after
And then, as it aciuaieu oy a auuuen
Impulse, the old lidy adjusted, her spec
tacles, peered cautiously at the court
from under, her sun-bonnet, and then
tx claimed :
"Good lack I good lack I Why, you're
the man'." , . , . .
"Me! me! "exclaimed tho astonished
"Me! woman, did vou sav me!"
Again the the spectacles were adjus
mori) than 110 pou
1 I...l1. fiioA . I u L- 1iiQtkiia .va
a short thick neck, M-uaro bhouldcrs,
and a large, round, bushy head,
which somehow teemed much tllspro-
iwrtioned to the Aza of his fi-.tne. llo
ared plainly and rather slovenly, for
his wurdrohe was scanty, aim 111s iinau-
oe at ft low ebb. Altogether, 110 prwni-
cd finite a youthful, apd, at first view,
unprvpotsiialiig nppiarauce. Hut ho
":'.: ?.... ....l. vl....rl..
111 Va!U Mini, fttiil had an exuberant
--, --- -- .. . . ,
: oi til 1 thrcwa ni: .i f-f iv!'. his wel .
a .l ... .1 1. Miaars.iA naxa rpT n ri I M Itnllnti nt a illin U'linil 1 II A AU' .
iru, nuu iijc vuuuud k'- ' "bM nwictoiwiiwui ,MV- " "v" (.iifrtti'ftd In olrntiliiLr wltli water fitld
while i ho old lady nodded her head at o longer had.power to avengpa man's, K ! u Sc ?vhat h
Intervals. wrongs for him aud for fie sake of Jus-! " HP0" n,nv i K
"Yes, yes it'sthesanio ugly face, I'm tlcelAnd yet, even the i. 1 bnn. these ntol' ioVll thin,
sure of ft: but I'll forgive you.' And accumulated outrages wiihut llftlUK a ,
the old latiy hobbled away, leaving the hand to vengo my brolhe-'d and fiUtcr s , . 8" uf 1 'u'ke " ill tl.o mouw
court gasping in astonishment, and tin- blood. Loving my darlln j .-.lfeand little i Wla ' .l tj" af"r , s ! r"m
ahlotcTliiterposeaii objection to her e0- children better man I did anything on , n "f. ai 't. A aJIea ,i e-kt" taiicJ I
pnrtnre. earth, 1 forced my heart to tear on In : ?. n "XSSi om 'how,
- - silence. Though crushe. .ll.o a worm I , ! ' .
- - Ks si: i- KLgsfc atesrt s;
from ii.s ill uoiafuie iu-a-vr no norm w-wm oemu iu us v .- n ..,!. r,u i,i itw !,o. flmi
.Stephen A. Douglas lint camo M ro children, If I would got r ; imai.d ; 8t I Van do. 15y ami by. when I
elnKnrlngflold, Illinois, eome time ato ni'ig uoow ' ' rati L'et a nood nluee somewhere. I'll do
n April, 1S37. Ho had already nerved mm ereu ti . . 3 , ; maiumF, y,.u seo If I don't. I htarda
e term lu tno legislature, . aim nut ; jhh ..:.. ... ...... t ..V-V.... min .shv tho otner day ihat the (smartest
en recently been appointed by l'rofl - , oi .Mi.y. J";i y" ; ' . " ' r Vi " .3 men In thUcoui.tiy wero poor boys once,
nt Van Huron, regUtor oftllo land of- we i, aiitt n.pe w t ...... ..t t!,u. ,lt.0Pi0 i,ave douo I can
eof that place. At tho dale above no le i 'rV V ' Uti, 1 reckon. Anyhow, I mean to try It."
IIOUHU, no wa;a nine, acuvv, vtry iuk'j """f" ; " " r,
, about five feet, and weighed not vane and nis " f " x. t , i sT' n isrtrru mr nvrpu
uus. llo nana ueaiu- i lony nieu, hi " .v...v...w.j.. j n vVI , tJll t .ij
. " " ' "V ... r.. 1....1 ....i...,i t... ..f M.nm iii tliplr tracks. 111
tin nn d! aHaldiioUH court to theelderlv
dames, and danced with their young and
Interesting uaugmers; out in ireaumg
the many meshes of Terpsichore he novcr
was consiaereu an expert.
He went about with bis pockets cram
med with newspapers, pamphlets and
other political document, and .when
called upon fofi speech wan ever, ready.
If an opponent was to be demolished,
there was no man so competent to tho
task! aad he always arriad the ' record
with him to suWtantlate whatever charge
be made. He was gifted In a rare degreo
with those peculiar qualities of head
and heart which secure to their
possessor the assendency and
the leadership in all matters or public
concern Even at that period of his
fortunes, his democratic supporters con
sidered him a prodigy of political , wis
dom, consulted him a they wotllU an
oracle, and nredleted for him a hlrh
destiny. But the more aspiring
among his Whig acquaintances, neiug
Jealous, perhaps, of his rising reputatlou.
ridiculed his pretensions. Mr. Douglas
was then Just entering, as 11 wore, unou
tils brilliant and unexampled nubliu
career, and was himself scarcely con
scious of the possession of Uioho amazing
powers of intellect wmcn quaiiueu mm
for acting such a distinguished part In
OUT LA IV.
X STOUV OF MUHDKIt, OITItAffl. AM)
Atrocious Deed ofllSloml
Sam Hilderbrand, the notorious Miss
ouri outlaw and tho terror of Bouthwest
Missouri, Is out In a personal vindica
tion, a large portion of which We glvo
below. He writes from Memphis Ten-
iiiessee, under date of October IWth. -
Whea the war begun. I wah leading a
qiet, Macabte life, trying to provide lor
ny faaslly In an honest though humblo
sphere of life. In tho condition of affairs
is aajr part of Missouri, I had made up
ray nlsd fo keep out of the troiiblenaud
take ab part in the war. In 152, my
brother, JFrank Hilderbrand, went into
the State Guards under Jeff Thompson.
Ob Frank's return to see our motherand
faoally, be wat captured hy a mob head
ed by youug McElvane. By McEl vane's
order Frank was killed after his
canture hi head was raa'-hi'i.
his body mangled and tu l"
pieces In such a shocking: manner, that
the mont barbarous savago wouiu jiavo i tjie guard. They seemed blind, or at
Mushed to have bou guilty of the deed. jcast. tlov n,,t 0ir,.r to shoot mo.
Ills body was then thrown Into a miner- i ,P vo had two bushels of radical bill
al hole il'ty feet deep, and left to rot. tu nUol at me. but onlv U'o ever drew
Tho next outrage committed on my
kindred and family was the murder of
my brother, George Washington, and a
Canadian named Eustacho Landiifky,
Tho next outrage commmeu on my
who was engaged to bo married to my
siste- Mary These last murders were
perpetrated by men In Union uniform.
and who weru toldlers of the iM-dcral
army. Two weeks nfler thpso tragedU-s
my ulster Mary died of troubl- und a
Two weeks later thfsomcu came to my
mother's house and loaded several wag-
nns with her property, drove oir all our
cattlo and Bet flro to her hotieo, thu best
stone dwelling In tho settlement. My
poor, dear, broken hearted mother deo ng
the hou.e burulng.scnt my little brother
Henry to theee heartless wretcnes aim
asked for tho family lilbleas a relic to be
kept when all else was gone. Not dream-
a A I Hail. J .1 .. U ,.
ing or uarra to mo muo icuuer-uujr,
what cau express her horror and agony
when theee demons snot my nine nroui
er, not tw
elvo years old, through the
uoweis, ami a ucnu itieii jiut ui iuwi. uu
ti a nenu men pui ma iou on
his head and cut his throit. 'I litis were
tneee atrocious ueeus ui uiumu nuu ciucuj i
and robbery committed otruy kindred j
aud family. Let any met put tho ques-
tlon to his soul, whether such outrages
would not havo aroused him to iiesper-
I tllP flltt) 111
the fato of my orothew and filonds,
slaughtered in cmi oioo-i
after tht-tr capture, and I know there
1 weie no hope of mercy 01 justice rroru
such donious ; no help except in
, the -.vKugia s re ug '
K'n mc nv .v ......
i ' "" souguv -i ""! -
hl,i,.il!imiiwl.4 had tiallcl me.
urn atlve was life or doatu. 1
nivMiromriatthc door. 1 SUOt
two of them in their tracas, iu
i, 1 11 1 .1
if they would leave mo undisturbed, but
Homo of tho soldiers, piloted by Jim
umig, a very meuuieaomo spy, under
took to havo me killed. In sclf-defenio
I turned looso on them and made many
of thoflo who sought my life bite the
dust. I often met them in tho woods.
They all knew me, and would offer to
assist me. Tiiey would make an ap
pointment to bring me provisions to nay
hiding places, and would pilot soldiers
thero to try to have me captured. X al
ways killed that kiud of men. I have
captured many Union soldiers; but I
never hurt or treated them, unkindly
unless It was one who had brutally
treated Southern prisoners, and I know
it. I havo had hundreds of hair-breadth
escapes of my life; but I know there is a
merciful God that knows and does all.
things right an alt-nowerful haridhu
protected me. I have twenty times
beon suddenly waked, and fled from my
bed, when a shower of Yankee balls
would rlddto the bed I had sprang out
of. I havo had my clothes torn from my
body with Yankee bullots, but two only
ever drew blood from me.
I wish now to add a few remarks to
explain my lato troubles.
After the excitement about the war,
and Its troubles seemed to dlo out, and
men seemed disposed to heal over past
sore", the spring of 1KGS, I came back to
St. Francois county and talked to many
of the good people of thccountyconcern
Inn tho nronrloty of returning to my old
home. All I spoko to of all parties said,
"Sam, come home." I camo back In
good faith. I moved back to tho Three
ltiyeri', ou the Sam Herd plane, to raise
a crop. There 1 lived and worked until
the 4th of Juno last, when I was waylaid
and shot by Jim McLsnc, or Valtor
EvetiH, and two other, that my friends
; may yet call to account.
Jim .Mel.ane, .Mcti'Jlnti ana outers
waylaid my house to murder mo, in
April lust, lor eoveral days. Ou the 4th
of Juno I was fchot through the thigli at
I went to my uncle Wllllami, where
they attacked me six days after. They
shot all day at me there. I selected Jim
McLane, whom I know only by descrip
tion, and fahot him from the house
Sheriff Drecklnridgu and the balance of
his party took good care of their scalps,
alter I killed McLaue. It was then three
o'clock, and as I had eaten no breakfast
or dinner, I cooked my own supper, and
ato it while they kept firing at me. I
was often amused to sco my old aunt
Williams dodgiug the balls as they came
in through the cracks They fired the
house, and as I had finished my supper,
I abandoned my burning fortification.
As I wont out 1 counted thirty-five men
that wore uuardlntr the burning house.
I saw Geo. Douirett. Asa Jackson. Joe
Mcualian and HI1U' boy. wneu tue
houio got too hot for comfort, I left It
j a, walkcd'wlthln six feet of fome of
blood. Tho old Indian when he Hred
( blood. Tho old Indian when he Hred
fourteen shots at General Washington
( nmj m;,K.,j lVcrv Miot, said that the
Ureal Spirit turned the luilN aside. Ood
nirir tiiriwii tin !i r.-t iisim'. uuu
. . .
IUS, turilt.( aWay the bullets aimed st my
, nfC( Hm ,,u, trUrt nlu, ,ui behove
tK. ba ,ljt , ,.f tny tftyH WI!I lc spent
more happily. lum In uh line $plrlts
and goo t health n? I ever was. My
Uuund id entirely healed and I am good
for many years of Hfo If my foes allow
. nl0 t0Uve in peace; and If thev tlo not,
j tu., uo tne uon-cquences
iet s.,e3 a,j iuf0rme keep at a safe
j distance from mo. I do uot think I can
bo eallv trailed, but still it is afost for
I Hnv person that has a desire to hunt up
underbiaud, to lot that alone.
All I have written Is every word true,
I do not want to be killed yet awhile;
neither do I wUh to kill auy ono If they
will let mo ulone. My cuomles have
charged mo with being a thlof during
the war, l was not. Ann mat i winy
i cnPturcd I gavo away to tho widows and
orphans who ha
had been robbed and were
u.v Tin: iuiad 10 ronru.M:.
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"Tho .nditi.i.' i iwmkdu of rnimvr Cooper
aro nn W urk. Wt th lure of country continue
to prevail, liiin iu r wnl ciist ill tho liearta ufth
pcupic n iruiy pjiri'.i"' inn Ainrr can iiiraunoui.
iioui.i niiii a Ti-e'.n cr?ry Ainmnin s library."
MKri I.iriTKIUJ. AND POSTML'JtOfH WOItKSOr
KltKMIICK Ill i:.MKIt. l'ricr, SJ.W.
... ti-CI aurn that til"
p feel aurn that the rare atialtttea of
heart and' n 1 unlied. th Ix-antr of d(Kft!tion and
ritv of .houuh; and f i-lins which won for Mt
Iremer'e dotne-tir clrturea o many lorlnir reader
allorertlie na.1.1 iiur.ni( her lifetime will drjw th
old onei bvA aii'l iillr.i. t inany new on" to the
ntemorl.iN." t'uiolnaitl Kt-nligi;hrflnMe,
TIIK I'lliKIM'.S WAlXI-rrs or, icrp of 'IVara
Ktilirraii in Knland, I'mnce, aud lu-rmany. lly
itiiiri iiarrn. mne Tommo. s:.w.
Ilia picture ar-lrawn with a firm and Tlgorlous
Ilia ctcfcrlptlftn ef Uin'lon ia wonderfully mid
and clear and thconly one we romtmbei eter to hare
r.aiiwuien 2ieiiiiii);iiieei noiton oi iiio enernai
features of the inoJtru lubjluu." I'ortlnud I'ret.
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volume, Km-rd tloa, 11.7.'.
"Tli" rolumr letrryhlnic tlwt ivuld b ileilred ia
reaixx'tof liuvlmnlrnl exifiition. TUv lllu.iruttonf,
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lliye, hare nn Idxionil ehirtn throwi around them
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