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THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 16. 1SG0.
JOHN H. OBERLY k CO
OFFICIAL LAl'i:it of Tin: citv
thi: iti'i.i.nriN ih tiii: oni.v iiau.y
IMI'Kil IN SOIfl JIlIK.V ILLINOIS.
TO 1AUTIKH OKSIIlOlt.S OI UKACIIINC
riiKHoi'i iinu.N iH.vni:, tiii: ItUI.I.K
tin in Tin: .no.sr nr.sntAm.i: aovkic.
iisixj .ui:inui in ii.mnois.
coxgm:.ss and hie cuNsus rill.
The census hill was debated nil day
Tuesday In tho Houso on tho up
pnrtolntmcnt ehitue. Tho West
ern members ceticrully farorad
amending it so that reports of the enum
eration could he made hy August next,
hi order that tho State Legislatures could
meet In time to rc-dlstrlet their States for
tho October election for Congressmen
next .'.ill. It was claimed on r.ll hands
that tho West would gain quite largely
In representatives on the basis that thru
hundred members would he agreed to as
thr number Tor tin forly.seeond Home.
Illinois and Iowa were put down jointly
as being entitled to fight more members.
Mr. Judd claimed that ho represented
more population In the Chicago district
thuu the three members from tho State
of Vermont. Tho proposed Increased
rrpreseutntion Is likely to meet with op
position in thu Senate. Senators say
that three hundted lu altogether too hirgs
u number, and that tho basis of reiirescn
tatlon should ho Increased rattier than
tho numler. They claim that this prin
ciple wns Mettled in 1650 by Ihinton, Web
Hter and other.
THE ATTEMPT 70 JIECOSSTRUCT
1 ENNIiSS EE.
The movement on the. part of the
Tennessee Congressmen to hayo Con
gress take measures to reconstruct that
Htato does not meet with favor generally
In tho radical puny, nonoof the lenders
of tho House favoring tho scheme.
They say that Just as nil this recon
struction bu-liie.M U about to end, it
1 would bo a hulcidal policy for tho party
(o undertake to Interfere in the allalrs. of
a Htato fully represented in Couuress
No doubt, however, tho attempt will he
made as fondiudowed in the resolution
olleied on Saturday hy 6uo of tuomburs
from that Slate.
A SWEET JSJiT.
Tho Alabama Leglslatiuo must ho a
nlco body, if all Ib true that Is said of ir.
All tho thlovcH, penitentiary convicts,
yankx buinnicrs and Mgnmiots wero In
their seats. li .l there not been preeeut
a score of true Alabaiulans, in the shape
of Democratn, the concern might liave
been ml-tiikod for a lunatic asylum or a
penitentiary. The Assembly may be
generully characterized as low-browed
and empty pocketed. It Is suggestive of
wharf-rat, plug-ugglies and snwak
thloves. Tobacoo spittle trickles down
from tho corner of its mouth; crow feet
radiate from the contracted oyen; the
skin isulrawn tightly over its nose; its
hrccuhci aro greasy; Hh boots aro.un
hlacked; it smells of choose and ordor d'
Afrlque! etc., Hugh!
'J HE CONDITION OF IRELAND.
Among tho ppcclal oablo telegrams N
one which says that tho condition of
Ireland looks alarming to tho Hrltlsh
government. It has bdou the main topic
of debate during the past week at three
Cabinet meetings. Five thousand ad
ditional troops of the lino ar to bo im
mediately despatched to tho Iseland,and
portions of Minister ami of Ulster aro to
bo "proclaimed" in a state of insurrec
Man. Member of Parliament will at
onco ask for power to suspend thohabca
corpus and to do all other exocntlv nets
in order to preserve tho authority ol
law. When tho tvo thousand addi
tional troops shall have, arrived they
will hwoII tho number of Hritlsh troops
In scrvlco in Ireland alone to thirty-two
thousand that is to say, to nearly hall
of tho entlio Hritlsh forces actually In
servlco throughout Wreat Uritain and
its colonies. If ho largo a proportion of
the Hritlsh army is needed in Ireland the
condition of the .Emerald Isle may well
look alarming to government.
('onirress will undoubtydly vote
general umucsty uader tho Fourteenth
Amendment. Even Ben Hutler declared
on Tuesday, as Chairman of tho Itecon
structlon Committee, that they would
hrlug in a gonoral pardoning bill Just rs
soon us more important matters pending
in thu committee wero disposed of. Hon
ator Ferry sayH his bill, for repealing test
oaths and providing for anuiosty, will
go through tho Senate without material
Messra. Ewoll fc Jocob, of this city,
Intend going to Cairo and establishing
an iiL'cncv lor tho celebrated Aurora oil.
Wo commend theso gentlemen to the
good people of Cairo. As for tho oil, wo
have, been using It forolghteon months,
and believe it to be one of tho best, saf
est and clean est burning fluids
now in use. Those who have tried
it use no othor.--AV)i',.-( Jul)t
MIHUELLANEO US ITEMS.
A, mun In Oljio is dylngroin the bito
A furmer near Portland, Me., huug
himself with a log chain.
South llyron; New Vorlc, lias an orch
ard which contaliib 2300 trees.
Snow la, eighteen incheaidecp In. par U
of Mlchigkn. l ' ' U ' '
NcDoiuld county, III., is building a
-1.10,000 court house, to be. completed 'u
The l'arepa troupe made ?.'10,000 during
their three week's engagement in (Jhl
A negro prenchor in Wnshiugton, Ih
delivering sennops on "caste." Mr.
Hummer mitist look to his laurels.
A Detroit woman attempted to Hiuug
glo twonty-three pounds of butter across
the lino under her dres?. It melted and
It Is stated that thu New York post
olllcc is to he connected with tho various
newspaper olllces hy pneumatic tubes.
In Japan, a protest against Christian
ity t-igned by n number of lldddhist
Hlshopi, is extensively circulated.
Ihiyard 'I nylorls the nuthorof humor
ous pajien signed JauojStroiiglthkrm,
in the 'Oalaxy.'
Oorefnor HeWnrd 'and 'party,' arrived
In Mexico on the fifteenth ult., and had
a grand rocvp.tjoua liquet at tho pal
. It Is said that seven million of tlfc
'Northern capital is 1 being 'expended
this year in improvements in Oeorgla.
Klght female convicts were in the Mis
souri State Penitentiary on thoJit in
stant, tho greatest number over known
Counterfeit United States ten-dollar
hills have Just mado their uppearanae in
Hoston, and aro an cxcollont Imitation
of the genuine.
Jamartiue is to have a monument on
tho Place do Hotel do Viile in Paris. Ho.
loinnn, the sculptor, has already llulshed
tho model for his statue. l
A pious old lady of thu last century in
speaking of tho Universalis!, fald,
"Poor creatures, all they havo lo roly
upon is tho mercy of Clod.''
"Wouldn't you like to bo a woman
when you grow up, Tommy?" "No."
"Why not?" "Uecauso women can't
Acoordlng-to the statistical, com mil ten
if the national association of cotton man
ufacturers mid planters, tho total produc
tion of cotton for JSC'S !) Is 2,300,107 hales.
J. W. Shuckcrj, who was private sec
retary of Secretary Chase throughtjijs
term of ofllce, is getting out a history of
tho United States finances during the
A lotter of Washington Is published for
tho llrst tlmij in n Jittlobok,-Just pub
lished in Loudon, by Kllhu Jlurrltt. It
Is on the subject of Kuglish emlgrutlon
to America., .. . ,
Aconteucry edition of the Wsiverly
novels is to be published in Edinburgh
on tho hundredth uuulvcrsary of the
birth of Sir Walter Scott.
Hoonsboro, Towa, has. wo sobools five
churches, one llouriug mill, vro potter
ies, threo. Jwols, 3I&,dwIlIugliouso8
aad a population of 1,047 souls.
Oeorgla advertises a patent churn,
which allows tho oporator to nursu a
baby, read a book produco butter at the
sumo time, occupying eight minuteu.
After three inspection and two re
jections, tho Illinois Central railroad
lias fluullyaccopted from tho contrac
tors that part of n road built above
Charles City, Iowa.
William Dumont, of Clurk county.
blew out his brains ou Thursday, night
last, becauso ho couldn't get nny work,
and didn't want to depend on his friends
for support. If lie was out of money ho
ought to havo sold his pistol.
om: iiiTMi(i:i iti:itri,s niiot, i;tc.
Tho steamship Alaska arrived at iNew
York on MouVlay from Panama, With
oouiii moricu tiaies 10 iJecemuor-.
Ill llolivla tho rovolution. though an
parontly suppressed,, is jluhlo ia ny.
time to break out4 Know, 'rliid tho gov-
ornment was despatching troops Into
every department, In ordor to bo ready
forunyemergouoy. t ww ' v
Peru lias ratllled the proposal for tho
laying of a subiyaro cqbMrom 0.'rum
bos to.Panama. An effort Ih icing matlo
to establish a national institution for
Instruction in agriculture, Including n
liberal and comprehonslYo system of ed
ucation. Aoourlnr from Paraguay,, yliloli ar
rived at Valparaiso, November 0, bringH
report that Lopez, on his (light 'to tho
Hollvlan tiQutlor, cojiimjttcd great
atrocltleM. At Sun Eslunlslus ho discov
ered a revolutionary plot hinong lifs
followers und caused 1P0 of them to bo
shot. Ills force was reduced to 300 ill-
conditioned mon, with twelvo pieces of
uriiiicry urawn uy nana, nis army
chest is plentifully provided with tho
siiews or win;, ho haying lu hW train
twelvo cartw loaded witli money.
Till: ATTACK HKUCIT.
Home tlmo ngo tho Supreme Court of
tho United States 'anirmed tho-alnfost
kolf-cvldont proposition that thu Federal
courts have a right lo Inquire into the re
stralnt of a cltlztm by the military pow
er. Then the court paused, and did not
proceed to the adjudication 'of the' case of
Verger, in which rolicr had been asked.
We said then that tho delay would af
ford tbo.oppprtuiiity for .uuw legislation
ugainst the Judicial powers of the court.
It has not been delayed. Thu llrst stop
was taken instantly upon Unassembling
of congress. Senator Drako haB iutro
duced a hill to prohibit tho Supremo
Court deciding upon the constitutionality
of any net passed by congress. Wo need
not say that this is simply u revolu
tionary attempt to overthrow tho con
stitution and consolidate all tho power
of government In tho legislative body.
The constitution vests the whole Judicial
power of the United States In the Su
premo Court, and congress hns no power
to limit it In tlio Judicial exercisu of that
power. The proposed action is ft consis
tent part of that radical usurpation
against which ull who lovo liberty and
law must now join hands. Philadelphia
WHO I.S GOV. ALCOR.I? '
Vrotw Ilia Na'hrkllu Ilttrtnsr.
The Governor elect of Mississippi, J.
L. Alcorn was born in Illinois when it
was a Territory. Ho is llfty-two years,
of age. In ante-war times lie was a
Whig. HIs-paronts, who whero origin
ally South Coro'luiuns, removed, when
he was quite young, to Kentucky,
Some years later ho emigrated to Mis
sissippi, and ho has resided in that Statu
over since. Ho served lu the Confeder
ate rfrhiy during tho rebellion, but "ao
cepted tho situatjtui" so far as to act
'with tho Republican ever since. He is
a lawyer and planter. Before tho wur
he was a Whig and a mau of consider
able prominence lu State affairs. Ho
was one of a committee of fifteen who
drew up tho ordinance of secession. He
served In tho Confedorato army as i
Colonel of vohiuteers. Ho is not rumark
able for consistency. A Dent paper
which summed up his record during tho
canvas gave It brlelly, as follows: "He
was a WhJg In 1K9, a Union man In
1SG0, a secessionist In 1601, a lire-enter lu
1S02, ii reconstructlonists in 1SG0 and a
bltter-onder in 1SC9."
tiii: Novriii:ic. iMt'iriu kaii.iioai
Tho press of Now York nad Washing
ton announce tho return from Kuropo, of
General J. O. 'Fremont, nftor a sueiessful
arrangement with French and other
continental capitalists to carry forward
his great enterprise the Pacific railroad
hy tho southwestern route via. FA Passo,
Fort Yuma and San Diego. He will or
ganize his forces and proceed at onco to
tnc commencement of tho road.
There has been uvery fuvorahlochango
In tho opinions and feeling touching the
neceshiiy.of this road since tho. lat ses
sion of Congress. Tho Jnnro busiiiwu
uro to flow to It Uy lateral lines of road
through Texas as far as El Paso ; tho
i&l it (niiiitfrnnflA tti tn fi mfmi1 1 1 1 I
and commercial Importance of that
Htato uud its great seaport town on tho
(Julf; its superior location for avoiding
detentions by winter fronts and snows
uill all havo a strong iulluence to pec lire
it faYorablo consideration from the na
tional Congress. The enterprise is no
longer cousidered n hypothetical one. 1
Tho Tonnesseo correspondent of the
Cincinnati Commercial nuy thnt, not
withstanding the fact that Alcoru has
been upon various sides of varipus ques
tions at times not remqtely, distant ,rom
eucli other, and thereby; laid nliusolr op
en to the charge thnt 'ho is a man ' of no
principle, yot his talents and wealth still
command strength and respect. He Is
both smart and rich, two attributes which
go further toward making a man power
fill In this wickud world than anything
else. He is said to own about all of Coah
oma county, where he lives, atp) annual
ly puts into market over a hundred thou
sand dollarn1 worth of cotton,
Itobblns & Hteeld dug a large well last
year to supply water for their steam mill
at Catd. After they had dug down sev
oral feet they came to a rook, and lu or
dor to secure a good supply, they deemed
it best to horo down through tho rock
still further. The workmen wero set to
work and bored down several feet, when
of a sudden the drill dropped down sev
eral Inches, and thu water immediately
raised In tho well sufficiently to answer
their purpose. Nothing more was thought
of the occurrence at the time. The well
is now full of tlsh from four to six Inches
long. Thero Is no way of accounting for
the presence of tho finny tribe Ju tho well
unless they came in from some subter
ranean stream, which the cavity found
in digging tho well would seem toindl
eato. I'hit Scott Monitor.
A TIIKimiM: AVFA1IC.
jr.AI.OVAT, HL'KDUR AII CAtUAI.TT
IX ft-KHT TCX.tKMEE
(Prom tlie, UuntiuzJon (1na.) mrlr, lltti.
Wa giTd thoihistory of ft horrihlo af
fair that oceured at Hollow Hoek, a small
town oil the Forth-westorn Railroad, In
.tho upper end of this county, nine miles
MiJlU Villa jij,uc7, in v gu. ,v n
gontlcman wlio was at the, phico at tho
tim'o'of tho occurronco. j
There lived in tho town two men of
exactly tho same name, yet not ut all
related to each other Their names
ware William A Green, both men of
families, and both addicted to tho habit
of drinking; We wHldUcrliHlimtV be
tween them by giving their namesfaa
they were. known n this community, to
wit: Sanday UIJl .mid4 Marl
borough BIU. It seems that
thoro lias been an. ill feollug existing'
between them for some time, caused by
tie belief of Sandy KHI that Marlhor
ouch Hill had Intruded upon his domes-
tIereIatlons"and utterly destroydd his
peace and happiness with" his wife.
With. this belief rosting upon his soul,
))o was ever ready to strike down the
man whom he hdllovod had dishonored
his family if ho could only bo sure of his
guilt. Oil last Monday night soon after
(lark, nr)d,bofp.ro Sandy Hill had left his
residence to go to his business house
lie had a buslij'ess house ill Hollow Kock
Marlborough Dill in passing -frotii
his residence to town, went by tho resl;
donco of HaridylBUl, 'And called In
Finding Sanding lilll ut home, an alter
catiou coui'mouced between them, whloh
sooi ended in Handy JM1I druvlhg his
pocket knife and stabbing Marlborougli
Jllll one fatal and unerring thrust, the
blado entering his heart and killing
him instantly.' Tho soreanw or Mrs.
Green soon brought In EHVeral gentle
men of the town,, who, asking what wan
tho matter, wero told hy Sandy Hill
that lie had stabbed Hill Urecn, but did
not think ho had hurt hiou badly, and
called upon him to wet up. Marlhor
rough Hill was lying upon his face on.
ine noor, me pursuit prcyouisrciiiginiu
lie remained motionless went to him, and
found that ho was dead. Greqn, pppn
seeing that ho was dead ininVcdlntcly
loft the house, and getting a hoisd ho
rodo some three or four miles to n man's
houso named Pickler, and
remained tho balance of
night, leaving, however,
about daylight afoot. Hp was
dead nt about ton o'clock in the day, nt
me distance or about two mllc9 from
Pickler's with his face in u email stream
of water about six Inches deep. It Is
supported thai ho had stooped down for
tho purjKso of getting a drink, and. was
solzed with a lit of apoplexy and) died,
as there wero no marks of vioiouco on
his person. Thus he walked the earth
only a few short hours, until a a power!
stronger than mn called him to eternity.
This Is tho moat tragic and melancholy
termination of a domestic troublo that;
ever came under our observation, and wo,
sincerely hopo that It may bo tlio lasL
Tho murdered man leaves a wifo and
several children tho other leaves his
wife, although they had been married
many years, they wero never blessed
DEATH tIOVlX DOVTX'JTHE
Annllior rnor"' Jfnn WallhrXd
n uril V. Tird.Vl Hie l'ali-ul'ool ort or
inue 1'ku orl or Xliu'iiCnd.
Krom Ih Vorlc HrsM Dm, 1S.J
Tho King of Terrors is after tho misers
with a vengeance, nnd, Is rcapiug tho
richest harvest of self-persunded poverty
lie has had for many a lopg tiny. The
last caso 13 thnt of Kdward V. Tardy, who
gavu.up.Uie ghoU ou Friday night, at
iLGi Sixth avenuo after spending seventy
two ydarsou this miserable earth making
money uud using nono of it. Tardy hud
tile true instinct of tho miser. Ho not
ulonu wont grubbing for money, but
LTtibbcd in the street garbage for bread
hcun oyb lor otatoes and turnips, nod
left few of (heso healthy esculents in tho
path of tlio rag-picker. Pieces of meat
he picked up uud carried homo with him
to his wretched, place of abode In ft collar
on Greenwich avenuo and turned them
Into soup. Kdward V. Tar
dy was horn in this city
in tho year 1707, of French and Eng
lish parents. His undo, Alexis Dccliuu
vlero, was nt one tlmo tho accredited
Minister of Frnnco to this country.
Tardy's father was well to do, and nloug
with his sou took n conspicuous part In
seeking thu settlement of the French
spoliation claims. I'nrdy, Jir., when
twenty-seven years old, had a ship of
his own, in which ho Hailed to almost
orory jlorHn thd,wor,ld, to tho West and
Kust, Indies, varldus parts of Africa,
Asia and South America. lie traded ex
tensively with tlio savages of tho Society
Sandwich and Philippine Islands, and
was on his .way Hack to .Now York with
a cargo of Immense value when he suf
fered complete shipwreck and lost overy
fifing but his life'. Twouty"'ears more
of his life wero devoted to ,tho making
of money, and in that time his luck was
no better, for hu lost two fortunes In
daring speculation. Tired and disgusted
with the ticklo lado that dh-petists tho
favors of wealth and prosperity, ho de
cided never again to run counter to what
appeared his inevitable destiny thatjor
fulling in every specnlntlrtn and so It
happened ho settled slowly dowu to the
slow, cautions' and suspicious habits of
tv Toritable miser. .
Ho became wholly altered in mind
and manner, talked no more of grand
enterprises in commerce and turned
taciturn mUanthropleal. He, descended
from his high position as speotulator,
hold and bravo, and groveled in tlio gut
ters for a paltry ,pijv I'f'jM'vW. 'He
never married, but lived with n sister,
whoso eccentricity of haultwas about
equal to his own. 4Hoth lived iu.ft baso-j
mont'of a house Ih "GreoTiwitch avonuo,
whero thoy had threo rooms whoro thoy
passed ft life of unparalli'Jed ponury.
Tliey 'were worth at this tlmo perhaps
$.10,000, but they nover bought u moal
If they could eontrlvo, to jiloau from
the garbugo . of Ulie- market ' places
enough to sustain lifo. Finally tho sis
ter grow sick, and tlio brother, doom-.
Ing the. exiemo of.. tho .doctor's alien-,
dance ontirely to great, had hcr, rororxYt
ed to Hellcvue Hospital, whero she died.
Sho loft him tkreo thousand dollars out
of which he vus reluctantly "eompole4
to pay fifty dollurs for her hurtal expen
ses. Aftor this ovent he was lyft all
alone iu tho world; passing arald Qi;aTl'
Ing vermin and heuiw of lilth
rt lifo of soml-starvatlon. His stovepipe
hat was built and bought? twenty live
tear ago, and his shbes eiinio Into, ex4
istence-at tho time of the lolAan wiir.
Ho followed no Ousinoss and never.whol
lv gave bp his passion for speculation;
jilo conllnedit. hou'overj to llmlttVlih
vostmeut in raliwayistocksinudNftMqual
securities, of whloh lje.left tUfi full of
two eld, trunks. Among his papon wero
discovered a number of 'shares, I if the
gqhemd to refjiVer tho .Cftptftln. Kid
treasure. The old man ultimately fell
sick and was in an almost dying ontidU
tiou lu his, miserable hovel on Green
wich ftvenuo, whoi i kind-hearted,
half crow old fellow uanied Dr. William
Hcott Downey found him out and carried
him to his piado nt 274 Sixth avenuo,
laid him in bed und attended faithfully
to him night nnd day for two wooks,
but in vain. Edward V. Tardy gavo up
jtho ghost Friday evening, leaving boridB,
securities, cash, Ac, worth, nt a hurried
.calculation, $80,000, and bequeathing, In
ft will of about ten lilies, tho whole to
tho ohlldren- of ii iiephow who dhd
some tlmo ago, nnd whoso widow Is now
married to a Mr. Houghton, of this city.
Ho hnd u niece married ton Colonel
Stewart, of Philadelphia, but left her
THE LAHT CUICKEX OSK.
IWIlBIl tllA lATnf tinilluf Hnnrnnn. ma
at Hillsborough, a while ago, ou the last
day of tho session n lnd whose dad ontor
talnod somo half o. dozen preachers, en
tered tho room whero tho ministers wero
acitted, In a terriblo state of excitement:
" Wnat'a tho matter, Isaac?" asked one,
"you, seem oxelted?"
"Excited I I ain't; I'm mad ail over."
"What nre yoti mnd about, Isaac?
Don't yon know thatit's wrong to suffbr
yourself to become angered?"
"Wrong or no wrong, its enough to
mako nnybody mad but a preacher.
Hero's overy ehleken on tho place oat
up, except tho old rooster; and Just now
ho happened to seo you followi and nanf
out: "And must thla feeble bodydle-o,"
nhd dropped over stono dead."
IMI'OItTANT TO DEADHEADS.
It has Just been decided in Haw -J
'triafa deadhead on a railroad must ba
killed at his own oxponso If ho Is at all.
Noitlior tlio tiavelor,on a freo tlckot nor
his heirs can' roverdamagee tot 'in
jury by accident on tho rail. It seen
thero wero sorao Jersy deadhead moanor
than the rest who sued the company
that gavo him a rldo; honco tho decis
ion. Tho moral for doudhoads that they
must get an accldeat insurauco ticket.
If to buy snch a ticket costs as much aa
tho rldo 'would, tlio difficulty is insupor
ablo, unless t tlio insurauco tloket also
can bo obtained no tho dead head plan.
ha, Plofikhnlilori ef Ihn r.ltr Vilnn.l
tiik noUea that an Kloctlon wlirim held at thu ii u,) .
TUK-KAV, January Xl.lM0.fur Hcn Plreclois or
, , . A. I). 8AKF0RD, Cmhlrr.
Cnlt, Dctembor 11, 1S9. ilH-dlw
-JIIUISTMAS TOYS! "
Now Millinory Goods. Etc.
. MIIN. AXA LONG
ltai Jmt txcMfd a nrlrndlil rurtclv of lloll.lnr
ttroifi-liVBIU TIUNU TO l'LKASE TUB OU1LU
KKN,nJ Tory cliPiip.
4Uo, Uic MtfKl Clonlr, Pntqac, In hd'J olhf r I"l
ti'iiii, for l.t'ilti ainJ Children.
Xew Millinery Gootln.
Alio on btml.
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.... . TENTH STItKCT.
dll.tf Iletneoi Wnlilnton anil Wulniit.
yy I LM AM W. THORNTON,
Wliolrtald ml llcull Dealer In
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