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OFFTOKj: No. 13 Tenth Stvoot. Thornton's Building.
MONDAY EV'NLNO, JAVARY 17, JS70.
JOHN H. OBEPT.Y & 00
A bill was Introduced in the national
II juso of Representatives Moitility up.
rirutIiiK oiio hundred thousand dol
lars for tliu uouiilullcjii of tin- Cairo ens
Lord .Mayor Cesley, of Lnndow, was
mice a type-sticker.
Rriguoll Is coining money in Cali
fornia. r The Hneratneiito boot blacks Imvo boon
A. T Stewart gave JOOOOto UieStanton
H Igelleld, Toiinetsee.ls to have a buuk
11. o Kingdom of llnvnrU has now a
population or 5,121,301.
Rrlghtm Noting is cursing Cmigrem
l it niiy abiut Cuilom'.4 Utah lilii.
it is said that Philadelphia doctors
rnaro a vi-it, kill or euro.
It iii works and pujw mill are to be
p a in uici .uiou at Harper' Kerry.
Hi nry C. Rrgli, philanthropist, la after
tin will milkmen In New York
ll iK" icIiMsotLs coiitnlnn twu ty-flve c
( i.craMvo mituilfuctorliig asoclntioii.
"x II gerd peoplu" N the odd title
of a "I'll) I U'ieiitllltj artful lu Old nnd
It Rr.wnu akjof Congren l2,ono
fir ix'r.iir. Unary orjt(MH5 whils ilin
In'tr to China.
'n iit r.il Leo's cnlleg Iias twenty-nine
j rufinir and throe, hundred and forty
'ility hud a ml--Ioiiary meeting In
JIm on, recently, at which a hymn wim
King in Arabic.
A New Vorl; importer my. that tun
tl uaiid people go to bd drunL ovary
night in that city.
1 .ie domentles at Laporte, Indiana,
git rJ of Ironing by leaving the wusli
Iiik ut over nitfht.
1 Die lending R.ibbi at the nrct Rerlln
ti ii-i. receives a mUry of sown
Vm (uihn ltryunt prulded an usual
over the Century Club, of New York, at
its last meeting.
Mr. HUter Crawford, of the rituveuon
' Al ilmuin New 'Era,' was elected May
or if r5teveii!oii last week.
Jo h Hilling, remarking about the
k pew .inline mj Mem, rny that nueh a
tiling wax tieer lmard of in Africa.
Win Urn lford, the Artlo artist, l ex
hIMtlug In Roton the photographs of
tile Artie Herons, taken last summer.
Mies VMr.ii P. Ruckley, aged twenty,
in 1 I' .iiitifiil. ii trying to obtain 55,000
fr m the f-'t. Imln 'Republican' for libel.
AM the dii-ponablo mounted, recruit- at
C.ir e, J'. iiii.iylvaiiia, havu bn or
drrt 1 t (julvo'Um and Jeller-ioii Texan.
Thrre are 05'J white and 702 black
M'hol r-, in thu public hcIiooN of l'etor.
b;irK Virginia. Tlieru aro hoparate
hthonN f rtlie black.
The Tun Thumb party arrived in Jap
an Novembur.'Wtli.aiid, at luit nuiHiunt"',
wtm ho!dil: lovee- In Maionic Hall
Of tuv eix,yflvo L'nlted States Senator-',
ten wme-horn In New Vork and
Mx In Ohio. Fifteen Statu hare no
A Clncliinnti genius hn Invented a
machine l y which a performer on tint
llute or violin can acconinauy himself
on tl.' piano.
TheS henectady 'Star' nays that a cer
tal'i JtH'ioo of tho l'oaco in that county
h n d IH that a verbal contract Is not
X i l i!hotit a rtanipon It.
Twc rival neuro lonrsshot each other
In Vtmlivlllc. Weduiday niuht. One of
the m was twice wounded in tho arm,
and thu other was killed outright.
Tin. "S'lVim nuh 'Newh' coinnlaliiH that
monov i.s awful tlitht in that city, al
it -h huslnosM is very brisk, and thero
are at leasf, 70,000 bales of cotton
Tlio Decatur (Alabama) Republican1
u.,t.u .. Mr. PiitterMon Hhot and. killed
nnds lu Somervlle. on tho
j tt II v " - -- - - .
10th. Simondft attempted to draw n
plxtolou llatternon, and the latter Miot
There Is fald to bo In l'adiicah a ne
gro child that has a well developed tail
Koveral inches in length. Its body is ex
tremely hairy, hut In other respects it has
no unusual appearance.
Prinno Pierre Honaparts, who killed
' Noire, Kochefort's friend, who had slap.
nod him in thu face In hi own nouso
old a-, stated. Ho Is tho fotirtn
Hon of Iiiiclen Ronaparto, tho cleverest,
MllWt III tolllL'out and loarnod of tho
(Jreat Napoleon's brothers. Plerro was
always a wild boy, was constantly get
ting into scrapes; but in tlio "quartler
latin" among the etir.lonts, was consider
ed high toned, generous ami noble. Jn
u moment ofpasMon, being a high-toned
.geutlomon, grossly Insulted lu his own
tnrlor by purtloi who camo to week dim
cutty to say tlio least, ho Is ontlrely
A. 'Pocket JHury.
iiwci;i,vnit, im;i: ami iiov.vk c.v-
(xi,ia ri: coisrv orriCKUV.
Messrs Culver, I'ago & Co., of Chicago,
who have furnished this county with
ofllceblankH which could be furnished at
homo at about the tame price ami lu
much better style, are follows of Infinite
thought, ami always oil the look out for
a "soft thing." Finding that K. I).
Smith, our new County Clerk, had been
installed lu olllcc, tho aforesaid Culver,
l'auofc Co., hunt him u pocket JJlary for
lb"0 wortli about one dollar, without a
gum string, which was ommittcd: For
this memento they expect to net patron
age to tho amount of Irom $1,000 to i'J.OW
per year, ten per cent on or auueu.as me
caso mav be. Ve do not
know whether n dollar diary I
is the price they are In the habit
of paying for county oil! -erf, or not, but
we arprcty curinin that mieh lialU will I
not capuire tho County Clerk of Tazewell
county. TiixewoU 'JUpublican.' I
How in a n v pocket dinrlrs do the above ;
iiK'iilioiii'd Item distribute among our '
county ollielals In return for the large
amount of work neiit them from this ,
county, which could le doiiu as well ,
Mini morn cheaply at home? I Aim year I
for tlie nrit time in me iii"iorj oi .inno:i i
County, the Assessor's blankt were
minted in lue uouniy atino -fteiiuuer
ifrlc ati .' the A-"esor, aUhougli u (
U-inoorat, freely acknowledged that he
had never li id a more mtiMacory Job.
Out p:"- i ''l rk I-a Democrat, if he,
can Mini a IJ.'inncmMc prinUr lu the
imtv wb i 'in do the ''utility printing ,
In n fi t -f:: rv ninuiuT, we liiinl: It Is
plainly hla duty Uiglve it Ui tliat otllce, ,
iMit in ea no DemoiTHiic ollleo can do j
tlio work he would b- very mmdi to .
bUinelf ho permitted It to go out of the
C unity. The 'Sentinel' clllao ts dolus,
nil klmN of C unity :tud hval printing
at hi low .r - and as good as It oan be
dine in CiiUntfo. audit Uncommon
dutv dt.'Vcloilrtf otiou all ti Mand togeth I
er lu tlio hiiUiiiugupn uf every variety of
biiMnesn Lentnuia Jrntinel.'
Sound corn. Tin poeKet umry" imis-
Inei-1-playcj out In Jnkin and Union ,
("initios Till- sly MttMiit to 'brllK
County olllcer-', and hcHt" the IockI i
l'n, Is too thin, and won't win. It i" 1
tlio duty of tho State l'ir;s to taboo tliit i
tlrin of hueal;liig "rati ' Murphy iboro
In printing warrant, subpoena, oxe- .
cutloiiH. attachment deeds, etc , tills 1
llrm l5J.re u blank for tin iiKinr- of the
county, thus making the nmo form
crve lor every county in IheState. They
are thus enabled to print 3U00 or SO :
fjulros without removing the form from
the pro's A county oflieersends forward
his order for live o- tn fpiires, i
and I Mipplied from this nbuud- .
auce at seventy ilv. oents per
quire. The country pre.s can fill the
same order for the miiic price, limerting
the name of the county, and, If nond
be, of the ofllcer; and still make a fair
profit. If. thou, the eotiuliy Job ofllcc, ,
with mtagor faculties, can print ten
iiulros of blanks at 75 edits per quire,
Culver, Pao and Iloyue, can and Miould I
print 2,' 00 or 3,00) quires for SK tents per
quire. We would bo glml to do mi, as we
would make from IW to ;-2U0, by tho
oprntl'JD Receiving as they do .5 cents
per quire for blanks that they could
furnish ai 'S auts, it is not ut all sur
prising that they can ufTord to take de
nroclatod county order in payment,
and occasionally send out a g'd pen or
dollar pocket diary, iin I hink book
made to order, their fr nW arnnotso
large; hut tako their buiiue, in the ag
gregate, at least $00 out of every MO0 of j
their receipts, Is net profit-
Weare pleased o hear our contempo
raries speak out In this behalf, aud Miall
rejoice to t-ec Messr. C. 1'. & IV
"knuckles rapped," etery time they eek
printing whlcli of right belongs to the
UlSTIir.SIVt! AITinKNT-.V IMTIII'.lt
Niiuurs A NO UII.I.S It IS SOS.
i IT Ib l. '.l lll 'uiimn f-."tl. 10. 11. 1
We learn that it most heartrending ac
cident ocmrred in CVington at about
nine o'clock Kiturday in uniug Edward
(Mark, a brakemun on the Kentucky
Central Railroad, wa playing witli his
little son. a child not quite ten years of
age, and. In order to trlgliteu him (tlio
Miino old Htoty, the reader will ob-iervoi,
pointed a gun, whloh bo hiipposed to bo
unloaded, ut thelittle fellow and pulled
the trigger. To his horror tho weapon
proved to have contained a heavy ehargi
of shot, and tho entire lo.ul lodged in
his son's hea I, killing him almost ln
btantly. The child was sitting near his
motlu-r wIkmj the terrible accident oc
curred s: ".juluneoiHy with tho dis
charge of tlio gun ho fell over, anil ex
claiming, ' O, mu," expired in a minute
or two. He was a bright little fellow,
aud the put of tho family. The shock
ing afl'ilr has overwhelmed tlr. family
with grler. Tho Coroner will hold an
Inquest on tho body of tho child this
morning. It would probably not bo out
of place to MiifgeH that the distressing
accident bhoutd piove . warning to peo
ple who ntv In tho habit of handling
guns and pistols in their houses, butmich
biiggestions rarely do any good. We
suppose brothers will continuo, as usual,
to playfully shoot their sisters, and
fathers their boys. Wo expect to record
a number of such mishaps tills year.
Tho territory of tho Montczumas Is
drifting towards anarchy. There are
evident signs of trouble. Juarez will
hardly hold hla own. Tho country
soems fated. Cortz, tho fronoii Max
imillan, elloctod nothing permanent,
mid Juarez, who is OTidontly no ordi.
nary man, can do nothing with It.
Mexico is t ho turkey of tlie West. Fair,
rich, nod fertile. It should be put to some
iiHofnl nurnose. It is almost a pity that
Aam Rurr did not try hU hand ou It.
Croat Imhh of Iiil'euiul instruction
of Property in C'ainpcclio,
HAH Kt'llNHS AMINIIOt'Itl.VM Ir.TA-
Prom llio CftMieelie Kritu l'uMit'6.
Tlio capital of this State lias been dis
turbed by a feurful Inundation. Its la
montuble r ult) twill be felt for Homo
time. For i-ovoti days past the rain has
fallen from thu afternoon until midnight;:
but on the 20th, above said, it common-
ceil to rain with btich abundance that
theukalchcs (low lands' poured forth
their currents upon the town with con
t-idcrablo Impetuosity, At 8 p.m. tho
water commenced to rise violently on
the wards of San Francisco, Santa Anna,
(Juadaloupo and San Roman,, having
readied on the same night, at 10 o'clock,
the bight of two metres on tho Inland
gate, inside the walls, and .our metres
oiiiiide. The wholn town was aroued
by the cries and lamentations of tho un
happy people of the ward, wholmploitd
for aid on seeing their live threatened,
not only by the water, which roK) fn-Jt,
bu; by the violence of i!ie current, which
onrrid oil" every object. Routs w?re Im
mediately provided by the civil a'ttliorl
tii- and thu citizens to save the l.ve- of
lhoe out-ide the wall-, but ail elhuts
were Impotent in tliaiamomsiit'-agnlnut
the force of ihe current. Only u few
ImmN could rwudi Smttn Ainin, and tlio
streets of tlio i;.. anil gate Jntd the wall
anil thua w veda large liutnbrr of
families wlm liii-f -i,iiHl to lh5 walls,
treeM amf, llgart ''ip'.' mc ji'ior wretch
es, exlmuilfod b.Y fatigue, or not lielnif
able to re.lt the eutreitt, let go their
hold ami periolx-d with their children.
The water i.ac! lluor. n down anme walls
and seven I btraw .Mid rtnti house.
The peoplb could be ft en niahli g every
where, searching for IkmU- to aid thoauf
f nri, and llgbtlnn 11 k- to fncllitute tho
means of biilvutinii, a the nljtlit was
extremely dark. The fumillrti miL-ido
the w dl were omerthut relieved by the
boivtk whlcu liiwl reaeli, them, bin! by 3
o'clok a.m., oil tho 27th ill'-, the moon
had cmincm-d to -bine, thus making
thu situation ie-u painful. Tito (-pectMcle
waa a ifiublngiidaorro".vfutoiie;i'Very
where 0umI Ik wh-ii the unfortunate,
wlio hud srtvf.l thofr Rvm with gieat
diinculty, coiilt utIug t- l "- of tludr
clothe-, ami iiat i more yt their
children and their pnpn!. Afr day
light on the 27t'.i, thu picking up of Ui
dies W:w) ootu inert e....l.
The cemetery of Sn ltomun wa- om
pletfly de-troy d Tile Mom walla unil
the t"Uio- 'ro eafried awiy bj the sea.
The uple uf Campecbe ut)iiduaiud
thetnrivus in a in. rule mtinner in the
momenta of great aiigni-h, ami once
more n jrwf of their uharitalde
heart- aud tneir !u icn.i i. ! a" J ai
Immunity, j ii amcaii ims-nid of tho
lint b:itlallon nf V izidores and the regu
The overilow almost ssiuaUd the great
stoim of the 7lh of September, I)7.
which almot detroyed the city of Cum-
Tho cemetery of San Roman in -ented.
on tW 25th ult., a pietarw worthy of one
of th .-e paintings envi-l by photography
lt-elf. llie wad lu fi -nt o: the edifice,
aud on the ea-tern bide, was forced out
of Its cements by the water inclosed in
the cemetery, which entered by a email
door in the eouthaaatern angle, carrying
the rubbish to the sea shore, a dMnneo
of some twenty metror. The .sepulchres,
made of stone and about a metre lu
depth, were carried oil' bv the currcut,
and the remains i-cattercil, oven some
bodies which had been interred recently,
along the shore of Sun Roman, the cur
rent making great excavations and ob
strtictlons from where tlio water precip
itated Itself with fetich impetuosity and
a uoo so horrible that It aeemed to us
to look like Niagara falls.
In the same ward of San Roman, on
the uu-morahlc- night of the .oth, tho
water discharged all its force iiiroiigu
one of the utrects near to the bridge,
making a canal as wide as the street,
and carrying oil" many houses.
On the want ot nantn Annie, ine ui-
fects of tho watur are soon everywhere,
particularly on tho main street which
goes to the Alameda.
In tuo wu-d 01 rrancwco greni
damage wiii dotie by the water. All tlie
walUalontc the river Toll down; some
of them wero so Mull bottled on the
ground that they wieniwl pavomout
constructed expressly. The Mono bridge
was alo badly damaged- uio current
carried oil' one of the arches.
I'lio Strength of the Church.
tlu'l'opi' Haiti 1( wnsC.'rejttf i'
than that of ircnu-it.
I!,. -.lie CV m
Some of tl" i:
tl. N'oh W ' l.'ll'Utll". )
glish newspapers, 1 bee,
pretty severely on an
Pone's allocution that
expression lu U
Mho Church Is even greaterthan Heaven
itself," as if his Holiness had claimed
something more than Divine power for
Rome. One of tliem says that "till
colossal dictum, which Iseuough to take
one's breath away, must beau uxnlolt of
trades unionism performed In tho In
terest of the excluded reporters, uud
that, In solf defonso, Pius will liud It
necessary to place himself in tlie hands
of tho press ir he is to oe so misropres
cuted." Rut whatever sins of presump
tion may bo laid at tho door of the Pope,
ho is not accountable for tho "astounding
proposition." Tho phralso In question
is a quotation from St. Clirysostom, and
Its moaning Is sulllclently plain from tho
context. "Nothing," says the golden
mouthed doctor, "is more powerful than
tho Church. Tho Church is oven stronger
than Heaven itself," fortyfylng Ills po
sition by tlio saying of Christ, "Heaven
and earth bhall pass nway, but my
words shall not pass away," a. Biitllclent
authority, It would seem, for tlio forcible
rhetoric of tlio sacred orator. Is la truo
that the Pono takes for granted that tho
"words which shall not pass away" aro
tho words appointing looter as the head
of the Church, but it was far from being
his assertion or Intimation Unit the Papal
Chair was stronger than tho Divlno
Throne. The criticism, moreover, is
quashed nt once by tlie fact that tho word
"heaven" Ih not used hero to donoto tho
Divlno abode or tho power of God, but
the starry firmament, Illustrating the
Idea that religion, or truth and holiness,
is more durable than the material uni
verse, a position which, perhaps, not
even the literary Knglish journals will
'CVBIOUM KTOUV OI A IIXITK1) flTATfc
Homo weokH ago Jacob K. Rear, a
telegraph operator and express agent at
Rrownsville, Nebraska, absconded one
night with twelve thousand dolmra, loft
lu hU hands as agent. He directed a
letter to a paper of that placo, stating
that there were nlnoty-nlno chances of
his arrest to one of his safo escape with
his plunder, but for tho twelve thousand
dollars he would take oiio chance lu a
hundred. He wrote : "Won't tills ull'alr
of mine make a nice little local item?"
When tho company learned of tholr
Iobti, they at onco et active measures
afoot to capture Rear, but failed. Lately,
however, he has sent another letter to
tho Rrownsville 'Advertiser.' In It
Rear Mates that loses In gambling led
him to commit the theft. He states (hat
one of tlie packages he stole contained
58.000, unci writes :
"Rut the best matured plans often
fail; and now comes the most incredl
bio part nf my statement. The package
of -0O) wii foldered up in n zinc box
the exact size of the package, ntid I also
had about 1,000 besides that. It is natu
ral to Mippoie that I was very much ex
cited when I was leaving, which was
true, for as I was stepping into a skill
uiv foot slipped, and I dropped the box
containing tlie ?S,C03 1b tho Missouri
"In conclusion, I will say this: Inm
where I am making money fust, and bo
fore the oxplratlon of ten years every
dollar of that money will be returned
to the United States E.Xpie-i Company.
If I (he, my life Is insured in favor of
the L'nlted ttate Express Company for
mi amount greater than what they have
I a"k the sympathy of no one, but,
l ;in already fearful'y puuirlicd, not
knowing what moment I will be arrest--il
for ciime And what then? Tho
PriM'ti, nrsuiclde, If I piefer II. I
will also state why I wtote the note to
Jlollnday v i alliouu in the briigauoi'to
style that I did. I wanted to kill nil the
lovo and respect that my wlte entertain
ed for me, and thereby lcs-en the sor
row or anxiety that bho miht feel for
uie after she became aware of what I
had done. You who up to this time
thought or Imagined whut it luxurious
life I mo mi doubt leading
dUappilutei. as I nm onu
miserable criminals on earth.'
The AJbany 'Journal' says It now turns
nit that the robbery alledged to hayo
iieen committed in Troy, by which
illlam Weaver, a resident of Green
wieh, claimed to liavo lost t22,000, wag a
hoax. Tlio n 1 1'u I r was connived to oust
uu obnoxious member of the firm to
which Mr. Weaver bolougs, and tho
money, it is said, will be forthcoming
after arrangements now in progress for
the retirement of the obnoxious party
The latest mothnd of curing consump
tion is that practiced at an establishment
ou the hanks of the Rhino called tho
"grope euro 11 Patients have excellent
quarters, plenty of fresh air, and every
day go Into the gardens, each onn carry
ing a basket, which Is tilled under tho
watchful eye of tho doctor. The patient
then retires to a pleasant arbor, and
slowly sucks tho grapes. A lluoorchos
tra enlivens the eiiring process with ex
cellent music. How dcllglitfull. It is
claimed that permanent cures aro effect
ed in from four to six weeks.
I'm ii.. PiiiiM Co., Ill,, )
Jhuumi-j, K, 1M0.
T(u- .rlrrliii of M .gr, Ilno-I A Co , Il till
l.jr tlix'hftt liv iimIii1 rxiB't) i tor Ml pnrtntrx Ttw
iiaM-iiltl UMn4 uf lie. linn will I ritUJ ly
Mtrn, H.mi I A Git., Iliwlr ut-eiar ill (lu iMiinro.,
Im tur aulliurlaM to il Hi nam of St. I.'jir,
K .oJi; in muling iiuili rtUani.
JOHN bT. I.EfiElt,
li. 11 IH Mill.
J. A. V. TEN1 KTCK.
MnuiiJ flljr 'Jttiiml .')' uim "n l lli loii.u
y icrl'KR list. '
l li.l uf I.-tte" nuiminin; nni-UltuMj In tie lu-t
nm .t cu.i" ;HHikiI(, SniunUy, Jtnuutj nth. 1iTu
lliimjar.lni r, ml' lroi Huron, uil Holllo:
llriili'ii. mr- Juli i;
Him, Until ;
lltnll.y, linn 'jlli
.I.iitti mr I'rnnk M;
NVil. ml-. lU'lii'l;
mjIiIh;-, ml. a JUry K;
Walker, nir.- Klliu II:
liiiilin, iiitj- Iwlm, (uvl li
Hupknit. uu' Mjr;
burr, mr-, inn It;
bi-titl, Mr h'i'llji
Vim. iin snih;
IMinu -tj H.nil.'-uhu, M;
! ii.iri.iir. lui'imrii
i IWi u!inr.y. Olio
I ll.-c!t, Jt-lllji
( iirinn-hii'l. il W
I Cim Iiihii, O U;
j (lr'iar , II T:
' llarru'k, L'li;
I Johli.on. I.oiiU:
, l.loj-,1. Win I':
.Mill-, W II;
I Uvrlty, Jnu;
; Shi'ppcril. Jokni
bin rm, Jmiiihi
Ilmuk. J V;
Ucanlen. J Iv;
Kim, f Li
IlugMltui, '"' yVt
ItiiiTcl.xin, lira V
b'tull, .1 Hi
HutH llejirj C;
8Uarnr, A C;
ih, A J,
'!"). mi p.on , John;
Wu l lrll, li S. (uol'i
1) Wool, U
1 llllklll.UB, A,
I'tr.an. vuIIIuk ur ""J ol Uiv boi letur win
iilros vnll tor "AiTcrtltMl Ituers," mid gite Hit ilt
i.Mhi.li.1. iT:"'; J M. OltAIIAM, I'. U.
JJ M. HULEN,
No. 72 Ohio Levee,
Itritri Mfrck.nln f Clru.
PRODUCK AWIJ COMMISSION
So. 76 Ohio Lett, Cnlre, III.
Hpcc(l kttentlon elrrn to conslninfnts snd filling
W. fcTKATTO.V. T.
SiicrMom (Strntton, KtiJaan 4 Clirlt),
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