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OFJTIOE: 3STo. 13 Tonth Street. Thornton's Buildinp-.
FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 31. 18G9.
JOHN H. OBERLY k CO
m: official papkk of tub city
in: in t.i.nrix in Tin: osly aiiy
ij.ii:u 1:1 moim'iikux n.i.iyoiM.
t t.itriKS ofusiitorN or iiisaciiitxj
I ur.Not'i iii:ic.tkaii:, tiik iiui.i.i-
TI.V IS Till. MOM' IMiMllAIlM: AUVKIN
hmx; -i:iit h iv Illinois.
Willi the ncq'iiolllon, oflho Icobergso
usdun America ami tho probabli
ii ely iiniulrt iii'Mit of that cold reglm
'II 1 I It UU III WIU ii'tiiivafc . v j
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.ml ifiiiilro tbc iwmexallon or n l"
line o' tl.ii Wo-t Imllii Island In ordo
i.n itrallz our climate.
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I Hi: ALABAMA CLAIMS.
Ii.o 'World' learns by private advice
in Washington that the ndjiistmcti
f tho Alabama claims Is to he madeli
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vn.iiiiilK'" uinii'rt" "i "'in"""!
mt tho Duke of Argyll-is to he tho Km
isadirof England, clothed with tho
nthorily t? mako tho settlement upon
ich rhilnn at may he agiecd upon.
likewise J.aM that the apology which
"lit1 r Huintier Inflated tlmt ivngiunu
ml' make for Its course during tho war
ill not ho acceded to on tho part of that
n'crnmcnt. In lieu of thin the British
ovt mm tit will propose to transfer to
n i iut-d Mates all that territory h
rtii i Columbia and all their posses
ions on the l'aolflc coast, In consldoru
r of our paying iv largo kuiii of money
"XQUATTJsit .vo vi:i:iax7 r.
The Red Hivcr rebellion of which we
.avo been hearing tor tume tltno past
hrentens to lead to more confc'itiences
liau were first apprehended would fol
ow It. Tho people have not only refus
d to recognize tho authority of Canada
iut they have gone so far us to establish
provincial government for Ruperts
md. nml tho Northwest Territory, nro
lulmlng it to ho tho only lawful author
ty now In omittance in those parts
vhleh claims the obedience and respect
f tho settlers, and pledging their live.
heir fortunes, and their hour in
ho cauo of li'depeKdcucc. Tho
aw povorniimnr. is ni oonro
cpubllcar in form. This step, to
:- II1C K'USl OI II, SHOWS piUCK Oil ;iUO
A . f l ft A 1
hey deny tho right of Canada to do as
no pieuses wim mem, mm, in nici, nun
ho do'lun o (at her, we may now look
,11 tunim ltvolv work in the North wont.
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Va .1ti.1l ui.i tlii.Hior t itinil-i tl'lll
iwlii in ttiAi.it tinriiiln wlmt h'm i-I.'ilniH fnr
lersen. viz.. mo riint oi ucicrmiuiui:
nruifiiihi i vch now inev biiuu uu L'ov
(MI HO A.VO ST, I.OUIH IC.VIMCOAI).
In nn article which we copied from tho
loiiesooro oazetto,' some weeKs ago,
hat naner staled tnai tno tieeessury
lnanilal arraui'emout had been made
r building tliu road, wn regret luut,
u this, tho ' Gazette ' was misinformed,
md that, as yet, no such result has been
onsummaied. mo uncertain condition
if "money mutter,'' existing for months
-naf ntiil utlll ..vlhfliii lifivit rA(wli.r.4
legouanons lor new eiiivrprises uiipossi
jle. With such u money markvt tho
Kinds of tno company can not uo sold.
'tin hnmtunr pnnnii(t4 linn rnu'iiuiniu
IIIL 111! 1HSUIM1 HIT rUlU UI1LI1 LI1U UllfltlH
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lone; they could not now bo sold If they
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wo must have tho co operation of caul-
and hold (not sell) these bonds and su
curltics, To obtain t-uch co-operation,
wo must not only show what bubncrii)
Hon wo have made and will make, hut
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sui'ii otner lacis as win cnauio 111030
whom wo ask to Invest, to ascertain for
themselves, tho cost of tho Investment.
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1 o coal 01 ruuu Biirvvvn nun usiuuiiica
for Monroo county alono will bo fifteen
hundred dollars. Of course If tho road
is not built tho costs of tho survcv will
ho lost. I'ntll now wo havo been pro.
LTcsslng on tho hypothesis that wo wero
mitt in mil mil" LllliCflrlnllnilu wlmvi tliih
roan was uinii.uiiii uiiii innso who wouki
uliaro tno pronw or minding tno road,
wliou built, would Incur, on their own
account, tho risk of tho cost of nurvoys.
It seems no one is eager enough for tho
enterprise to incur this risk on his own
account. Then who will? will the coun-
...111 nr.. k - tl . 1 1 1 s-t-i.. t . t til
ly c wiii jutTiuu, wui wuiumumy will
niti IlilltttTillllll nPfl III till Iiah aImllitil
imfu If ti'ltrt n rt flint O T YK?n A .1
vocato, 21 instl '
Tho editor of the JoncsboroOazotto. wo
presume, supposed that Mr. J. Mitchell
took the contract for building tho Cairo
& St. Louis Railroad in good faith, and
whon Dlrcotors informed him, after tho
fall monthB had gone, that tho contract
or was mill in earnest, and would go to
k ' II til' HIV I labaBWUK.Uv
it uiu mi mi; -I.WUH in me sceouu monm
of tho new year, ho still had faith, aud
proclaimed In theartloloalludod to. Rut
tho above looks very much like o "Wa
terloo dofeat," Wo should not be sur
prised If It was, so far as Monroo county
Is concerned. Hut tho people of Murph
ysboro mill believo that the Road will bo
built from Cairo to St. Louis. They are
willing to wait patiently 0110
month more, to tho tlmo snec
ilod by Mr. Mitchell, hoforo throwing up
tho fcpongo. They aro nt!sf!ed tlmt this
Koad will run upon tho most direct line,
between theso two cities, tapping tho
valuable coal mines at this poln. Tho
point. Tho Muddy coal, which every
test has proven to he equal if notsuperf.
or to that of PoniiHylvanla, is wanted at
Bt. Louis and Cairo. This road is des
t nod to ho tho great trunk railway or
tho Mississippi Valley. H is Ilfty-llvo
wiles ahoiior than any Hallway routo
from St. Loula to Now Orloana. These
aro facts beyond controversy. Tho peo
pie along tho lino, as signified by tilo
liberal county subscriptions, amounting
to over $100,WK), aro determined to have
tho Road built. They aro not frightened
at a fow hundred dollars to defray the
expenses of a survey. 'Thoy 'know If
their subscriptions aio not donated tlmt
tho Block of- tho" Road, besides th'e otlreh
advantages, will bo of some value. In
all reasons, thereforo, there is, nothing
d scnurat: nir In the nrosneet. ir Mr
Mitchell's New York backers -wore de'
moralized In tho great gold fight, and
are not now dispof d to build Railroads
wo are arsurod thai ther-i aro other par
ties who deslro to build tho Road. Mur-
T1IK UIAN TREeT
a ciritiouM vavt iw Tin: 111NTORY or
It iaono of tho curious facts In tho his
tory of delusions, that oven scientific
men once had an unquestioning faith lu
the deadly influence of the upas trco ou
all living things within its range. Dr.
Inursch, an eminent surgeon in tbo Her
vice of tho Esst India Company, first de
scribed the tree audita destructive powor
In "l'ennock's Outline of tho Globe,
published at tho closo of tho last century.
Ah ho gave tho account from bis own ob
servation, it floemed entitled to greater
weiKlit- Jiesuld: "I saw it myself, the
solo-Individual of its specios, standing
alone in a scene or solitary Horror, in tlie
middle of a naked, blnsted plain, sur
rounded by a circle of mountains, tho
whole nora of which in covored with tli
skeletons of birds, beasts and men. Not
a vestige of vegetable life Is to' bo seen
within tho contaminated fttmosphfre
ami even 1110 nines uio in tno water."
Mr Darwin, thodlstlBguished botanist
accepted tho theory as a scientific fact,
and in his "Botanic Garden" exercised a
little poetic licence, intikitig tho miasma
penetrate over ten leagues square, and
destroy alike tho oaglc iu the air or tho 11
on on 1110 plain.
A more careful Investigation of facts
lias found the tree to bo perfectly harm
less, and that the destructive powor Is
duo aloue to fumes of sniphato and car
bonic acid gas coming from, volcanio
otHMiing-i in too region. Tliero is a fa
mous "Valley of Poison" ut tho foot of
tho volcano Papandaglng, iu Java
whero scientific travllers havo found 1
great number of dead animals of various
kinds, as dogs, cats, tigers, rulnoceroao.
squirrels, birds and snake. The soft
parts of tho animals, as the kin aud
muscies, anu uair nu learners, are. pre
served, while the bones crumble and
disappear. o living thine is found Jb
vicinity, save the upas tree, and it la
net surprising that the supenttltioua no
tlons is of Its malaclous power should
nave ucen wiue-sproau. JJut ine sure
cause of death in tills easels very obvi
ous, as tliero aro many crovlccs aud
openings In thosidoof 1I10 mountains,
irom wnicn caruonic new gas uuu sui
pliurous fumes nro cmlntted In great
quantities. 11 was uy tnese emissions
that tho elder rlluy and his comnnn
Ions were suilocated at tho time of the
destruction of Heiculanoam , though
tnoy wero ruuosaway irom Vesuvius.
iiai Ti.nm .
A Iir.MAXIl FOR MOHli CUKIIE5CT,
Washington correinJot of I'hiU. Tron,
lrom every section of tho country
complaints aro received of tho scarcity of
money, anu mere is prouauiy nopartoi
it morw seriously aifectcd by the cause of
theso complaints than this city. Tho
banks have refused to discount and the
money shavers aro thriving ou returns
of ten per ccntamouth from their Joveeti
meuta. It is estimated that two and a
half millions of dollars of Washington
reul-esuito mortgages will mature ou the
nrsi proximo, not one-iiair or wiiiun will
bo paid. Tho same ratio may be applied
to tho commercial paper of our merch
ants, much of which has been keptacthu
lor monius uacK ror tno payment or in
terest in expectation of relief, but which
will go to protest witli tho opening of tho
new year. It isconcoded that this con-
ditiou of affairs can only be relieved by
1110 enlargement or tuo voiumu or cur
rency In tho country, aud It Is expected
that Congress will take un this Bubiect
immediately after Unassembles, A care
iut canvass or uouuiouios on tuo subject
warrants the prediction that a maloritv
of thorn aro in fuyor of It, and aro ready
10 auuress incmseivcs to its solution
without further dolay.
A Woman l)ll rrtuIntiB)peraac-IJnl-
Chicago Toil 23 Inst.
An inquest was hold bv Corner
Cloaves, this morning, In the nouse No
170 untario street, over tuo remains of a
young womau named Mary A. TIppin,
who was round ucud In hor hed thin
morning. It appeared from the testi
mony that the woman, her uncle, John
MoWhltnoy man 45 years' old-,and a
sistor of 10 years, had boon living on
tho second floor of the houie, "the tile
cohabltlug.fts tcatlflod tobV the .sW
aud uucle themselves. 'For some tlmo
past they had boon havlriir ""drunken
sprees, aud tho won! no, Tlppon 'had
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ueeu nuuicicu 10 sirong uriUK I or, a long
time. For over a week nast'slio hhd
been so stupifled from tho effects of liq
liar that nho luul not been ablo to en
down stairs. This morning, on awakou-
ng, the uncle and sistor of the docesed
found her dead beside him. , .
Tho mother, "who lives ou anolhor
street, testified that tho.locoased fas
twoniy-nvoyen.rH ot'ngo, and; litj bpjm;
married. Bha was subseaueutlv dlvor.
ced from her husband, but he lived with
1 Mi 1 r t 1 ,
ner auurwuru, uuu 60 uauouo cmia
by him, who was now Ilvlntr witu" Its,
graiidmothor. The former.husband had
not lived with her for somo time past.
Tho cause is one of the most outrageous
aud disgusting ou record,
A Mitrderer Keecacd Mm Ifae Law by
Hiuketi Xea mna Klddltd Wlh Balls.
Fr6br i1byltmpit .Mj'.aail,
. .One day last Week, at Bell's Depot,
Mefophls aud Louisville I railroad, one
negro brutally murdered another uogro.
Ho was arrested and placed Iu custody
of an officer of tho law at- the" Depot.
Lata-Mouday nlghtr-upwanl-of a hun
dred masked mon whether whlto or
black could not bo learned suddenly
appeared in front of tho murderer's
placo of confinement, and demunded
him. Tho folly of resisting Euch nn army
of men, who wero not chary of thrust
ing ugly looking pistol muzzles in their
face, was obvious, and In a fow mo
incuts the sable crininal wasiu the hands
of the unknown mob, Tliero was no
trial ; but a scoro of ropeaters wero level
ed, and his body was literally riddled
with bullets, Ho wna left lying where
ho had fallen, and tho maskers, without
a word, disappeared In tho woods.
A MYSTERIOUS VISITOR.
Urirntn Illnim and III u UiilUrw Stand
Jtcveitltd in n llaitiiuoro Htniioii.uauc,
From tho Unltiraore Gattl.
At tho Eastern station-house, last
night, the faithful guardians who keep
"watcn and waru" over mat institution
wero somewhat surprised at tho entrance
or a female wno asked for lodgings. AI
tnougu under tuo intlueuco of wino, or
something stronger, she was neither tur
buleuf. nor refactory, and her voluntary
appearance tit such a place was well cal
culated to excite tuo curiosity or tno no
llco. Her request was gran ted, but before
going to the ceil to bo locked up for tho
night, sho suddenly threw olrthe dilapi
dated gown which enveloped her form
and displayed a costume of silk, satin,
and tinsel rivalling iu splendor tno wo
man due reads about In oriental coun
tries. Jleucath a skirt of white satin.
delicately trimmed with flounces and or-
ango bioMtomsf tliero was presented a
pair of tiuy foet and ankles, encased in
uluo galtcra, and laced up with yellow
cord aud tassels, a pink siik turban, sur
mounted by a silver star, was drawn from
her pocket, which sho placed jauntily
over her llaxcu curls (those appendages
hanging iu great profusion down her
hack), and commenced a waltz around
tho room. In this sho was interrupted
bv theofllcer, who marched her Into the
cell. Sho Kftvo her uame as Emma
Croutheri, was quite prepossessing lu
to the ball, but, lublblug too
md her way to the pollcesta-
freely, found her way to the police
tion, instead of her own domicile. Her
reuueit for a nleht's lodttinr; was com
piled wJtli, und she was turned into tho
placo provided for vagrants, he fine
dress strongly contrasting with tho dingy
wuiin aim iiiu rugKeu ciuiiiiiig woru uy
iue otner occupants or tue con.
IJtEWVlKWOl' Till: LII' Or POCA-
Researches into the history of Poca
nonias, recently made by Jir. JNellJ. our
Consul at Dublin, destroy a great deal of
tno popular xomauce. whlcu surrounds
tho "Indian Prlucess." It seems sho
was not a princess at all. her father
having only been asaouoiu of ono out of
many Virginia tribes, bho was iust a
savage of tho ordinary Indian kind, who
rau nakod iu tbo "woods till she was
twelve, lived at thirteon with an Knitllsh
colonist, and was married at fifteen by
au ambitious settler named Rolfe.for tho
good of the colony, and from a secret
hope of getting a good bargain out of her
t.V'W . 1 . I . . I U Ull.bllPJf h II U ,
Becretary of the eolouy, wrltlmr in iciO,
Bpeaks of tho custom of tho Indian maid-
rawer lauus. wuiiam tsiractiey, tno
ens to go without olothlng till they wero
twolve years old, and lu particular says
mat "uiaroioro wouiu luouoioro remem
beredPodiahuutas, a woll featurod but
wanton vounc irirl. Powhatan's dauchtor
somotymei resorting to our tori, of tho
ago thou of eleven or twelvu yeard, get
tho hoyes forth with her Into tho mar
ket place, and mako thorn wheelo,fallIng
ou with their hands, turning up their
heels upwards, whomo sho would
follow and wheelo so hlmsolf, naked as
sho was, all tho fort over." It is prob
able from a casual notloo by tho tho
samoStraohcy, that she lived for a short
time as wire to a "private captain named
Kocum," It being for tho moment a part
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oi Virginian pouoy to encourago uucii
seized as a
r imst tv; ; ' " '",:; ;
.nmonrlnlnnom ,t . .111. e ..
certain ciuantity of coin, and while in
. . r""""" uii'ij wi i
custody was married by ono John Rolfo,
who, however,had another wlfo already
and was taken to England, whore sho
died shortly aftorwards In 101(1. Tho
story of hor saving the llfoof John Smith
Is pronounced a puro fabrication. Poca
hontas had one sou by Rolfe, who re
turned to Virginia, aud seems, to havo
been recognized by the Indians as a
connection: aud it waH through this sou
that tho Indian blood entered tho Vir
ginians planting families. An "esteem
ed aud Industrious mechanic," named
Randolph, settled ou the James river.
aiid his sou Richard married Miss Jaue
isoiiing, igroar, grandmother of Joun
Randolph of Koanoko. the woll known
iVirgluiui ,who, it is said, considered
tins descent tha proudest amoiisr hiseud
less claims to tho admiration 'of hisiouu
AN L1TPECTIMO .1 GENE.
A WaiuaulIjitM rnrojrtll o.n Ufe of SJUaiu 1
Fron- tho Kilns cltNiwr, Pec. 'ftthi
Oil Main'stree't 'near the loree, ata'rids a
arce mJok houso. It is-"furnished in
apleauiu style,' and. to lhe uhl(latcd, pre-
eeiitB tno appearance of a respectable res-
lucuce,. ism tliero is a auric cloud-banging
over It-rra cloud so thick und black
sw delist, in fact, that it would almost
seem that; tho eye of a merciful God cou'd
not penetrate it, elso wily afe; puoh scenes
allowed as aro dally and hourly unacted
there? This house ie the abode of ahaiuo,
vice and folly. But ono day last week a
shaddow or light penotrated tho walls of
this mansion and, perohauce, may bo tho
means of doing something toward tho
salvation of many of. thoso.Who have
drank deep of the cup or degradation.
Last October tliero came towtWs city a
beautiful young lady, by tltoi h'hmel'of
Emma . She had abandoned a com-
fortablo and happy country- htmo in
Kansas, to eutcr.a lffo.ofishame,oud1UJst.J
Hiimuon in inn cuy. I'ossesajnj a liana
sonut faee-and-form. sho soon attraalAtl
the attention of all with whom sho camo
In contact, while promenading on our
For two'months did she revel in disipa
tlon and foliy two mouths thatwhl ov
er remain upon her memory as a curse
that can never bo erased.
For several weeks past this young girl
seemed to havo lost all desire for the
gayetles of this world. A dark cloud, ns
it wero had settled over her features No
smilo uuw illuminated her face. In
faot, sho rpresented tho very picture of
sorrow. Why was this, tho sequel will
On last Wednesday evening, whon the
other inmates of tho houso wero reveal
ing In shame, sho appeared upon the
scene, wrapt up as if Intent upon travel
ing. Opening tho door of tho reception
room, whero half dozen or more were
seated, sho approached the center table,
placed a book upon it, knelt down upon
tho carpet, and then burst out in the
moat heart-rending and uncontrolablo
sobs imaginable. Her grief sent a thrill
of sorow through tho hearts of those
present, and oven thoso of hor com
patiioni who aro hardened In sin, could
not suppress their tears. Recovering, sho
arose, and lu a calm voice told all those
around hor that sho was about to bid
farewell to n life of shame that sho was
on the oto of entering again the home of
her aged father, and mother, and if pos
sible to smooth their Journey through
life. After expostulating for a few mo
ments with her former associates in ro
gard to their wickedness, sho gathered
up her bundle and turned her back unori
tho scenes of her vice und folly. Thurs
day morning sue took tuo western hound
train for her homo ln'Kausas."andere.
this, in all probability, Is endeavoring-to
mako amends. That dlio May ,ln," fu.,
iuro ioiiow ine patu 01 virtue, laute wisu
01 uu uuristiaus.o
,m 0 ' ' ' k m!
THE FATK Of A CAWXI'ORi; CAITIVF.t
A Canadian paper says "A'ronnrt
luuin iu ui iiuuiiuuiu lliui uuu 01 lilU
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SSFimIm anilo L i &Hle'1,,
1? ,".0.ifiiLl0.:Y?B.n.-i u
beautiful daughters were massaermL tin,
other young lady, a girl of 18 or 19 years
oi age, uisappearou, uuviug been carried
un tno country uv ner Rncn ni"(nninr
uuwovur, uoiore Jong ner rrionus wore
rcueyeu irom tuo suspense which was
causeu uy nn uncertainty as to her fato,
by tho arrival of au authenticated ntnrv
Il was asserted that Miss Whcelnr. aru.r
uaving Hianoeu ner master, ins wife, und
threo chlldron. had flumi herself I nun ii
well arid put a period to her own vu.
tenco. 'Ihore was no reason to doubt
tho story, and it has been beiiovod tn dw.
present time. Wo now disco Vfr flint, flii
story was a fabrication from tho first to
tho last, aud that thopoorynuiiglndy has
survived to this day as a slavo under a
Mohammedan name Iu tho famllvnfhnr
master, who escaped hanging by thoam.
uesty. An Indian civil ucrvmif. wiiii..
encamped uear village up tho country
on ono of his oflJclnl tours, received pri
vate lntelligenco that Miss Wheeler was
tho lumato of tho harem of annitvurinnn
nr ltululi M'l.lu ....., - .1" 7r.
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Z'ZlLLlli011' )v?leolr. WB
ip,ro,oufe ho.r r&ttu .fro,,n h,or "'"-W
vi. "jumi huuui'iuitll, A .tin Ll.,
and her restoration to )iet homowAnd
friends. But the unfortunate
ed to hjm that, having boon so long in
hor present posltiou, she felt too deifrad-
eu io return to ner irienas, and wlihos
thorn to consider her as ono dead. It up.
pears that sho ha homo chlldrou to hor
A NAVi (JK VISITATIOX ritOH TIIK KKW
YOKIC NUMIAY JIKItCUItVj
Htanton says tho Now York K
y.." """"'. AUU. 9if
"w.rv U" V .".'"" 'l,u "",l"'uu '
ioro it auoruou nun
an onnortuiiitv to
develop his peculiar abilities. It wna
oniy wnen citizens wero to be arbitrary
deprived of liberty; when tho press was
to bo muzzled or Kent uiider censorship;
mi vii mu iviuKrujiii whs io uo diverted
from tho Jocltlmuto Uses of nninmnriui
and mado an Instrument for fulminating
dlctorlnl edicts; whon private property
was no longer to bo hold sacred; when
tho wholo nation was to bo put at tho
mercy of spies of the Government: when
men wero to bo huiiir or shot nn Mm Ami.
lug of drumhead court-martial; whon
military prisons wero to bo established
throughout the land, and lipnnlftd will.
citizous detled the riulit or trial or nvmi
examination: when wnmmi wnm tn
strangled by u brutal soldiery, und the
right of petition or appeal In their behalf
denied; wheu, in Hue, a despotism tho
tno worst mat ever disgraced any coun
try was to be established, then nnlv
wero Stanton's peculiar.abilitioi.brouMlit-f
into requisition, and lie accented with
alacrity tho part of despot In chief and
A man uttrJyd,VYildjjla)1.8yra)atby)
for his folloW'tnau; an ailstoerat by,
education, and a (yraut by lltsrSoMtlon;
witli hd moral principle to slmln'ocon.
i-iui ijiiu,; uiji;uu!.ifKe'K0J.fr.,jr,fVUl11- ul-
ler.era. wno uuug arounu.jiiju, fortUe
favors at Ills disposalj"nud- permitting
nnn I... t lihaii- l I Tpi.1l n 1 n ..I1S '..."A..
iroaoh' hlin: lettine? his hriitdillv li.n.l
him on to the.cQmuUwluupttii(t)fyxi
cess, wniioau aujeot fear o( an outragotL,
public forbado aiiy'-hcaUattou or reluxu
lion of his rule, uutll ho win nummari'vi
aud iguomUUomJy.qjooUd 'jroiutlMblga.
offlco he clung to as a usurper aud with
tho desperation of despair such was
Edwin M. Stanton, the man who now
fills a new niche as a Republican saint
His party tho party his'depotUm had
kept fn power compelled his appoint
nieinto ono of tho most dignified, boh
orauie, and responsible positions In tno
oflhoionor of the nation than the mon
uovernmeut; nut ueatn, more
FAflfl to1 fill
- , .who rule. us, took him away bef
awav before ho
couiu ponuto ine judicial ermino with
his venomous touch. Tho body of such
a miscreant should bo taken-oukat-mld-nlghtand
hurried in au unknown trench,
as was J, Wilkes liooth,and the memory
of his deeds should live only as a warn
, lug to generations yet to como.
W. 6TKATT0N. , T, UllU. .
gTRATTO'N J & BIRD,
(flncOM0'i to SIUod, IluJibo A CUtfc),
Grocers and Commission Merrlimit,
Aaserlean Powder Co., nmt Mauulaelnror
Ar l Cotton Yarns, .
Kt. 57 Ohio I.rcc, Cairo, III.
BOAT STORKS, OKOCERIES AHlU'KO.
llO OJiio Iiovoo,
oitf ' Cairo. Illlnola.
JpETEU CUHL, i, f . ,- ;
riiOUR MERCHANT AND Ml 1,1, HUH'
Ko. SO.ObloXevco. I'jilro, UIIiioIm.
TJYAST. l'AHJCKK. JOHN It. PHIU.r.S.
JAItkER & PHILLIS,
Conailsslon and Forward lug
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Hny, Cam, OnU, nrnu, iiuil all UluUa al
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OHIO I.KVKK cAiito, n.i..
H. J. AYKUS.
JYEIUS & CO.,
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.Vo. 1.13 OliloI.evca, CAIUO, U.I..
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fiiie-or io K 11. Itcndrlckj k Ovw)
Forwarding aad CohubIssKom 3lcrchu
Oivtro - - - Illlxioiai.
Lilxrttl Aduaneea Made $n Contiinmenta.
VrJ'nren.treil I rtrelre. ilar. or fnrw.ril IraivLl. (u
til iolnli ; buy or tell on eororotxlou. Himhim t-
endeii t witn promi.tnn.
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llaTtiic reiiioT.il to So.1l olnn Um.n.ii J,m, m
Clly Jiitiorl llniilr. Ulier. with better f.iclllllen nd
litrr utouUK, liuullclli tlu, jonlliiimnvu l imlrmi-
niini in. mrixer caaiomer, iu well n ih. or n
Htiperlor ni'coiniiUKlatloiio lor Morniru
and tnc Jiuiiiiiiu or til 1 liliidn or
.. rolm-o on i'oiiiiiiI.Ioii.
Cairo, III., Juno 1, ISO. tnijSl.lll
(Sueee nor to KallU, Green & Co.,)
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.wilUtlNliostbultnn.l hlcnory llrewool. '
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