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OFFICE: ISTo. 13 Tenth Stroot. Thornton's Building.
THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 3, 1870.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
TUB FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT.
Tho Prenldoiit lnul Inlomlotl to Issuo a
jirocliunntlon announcing tliu rutllkntlon
of tlio Fifteenth uinondmonton Monday,
but, owing to. Homo delay lu receiving
thoollicial notlco from Nohraskti, and
th failure to admit Mississippi to repre
sentation in both houses until Saturday,
ho hao postponed it until next week. "An
hoon as tills proclamation Is issued, It Is
tlio Intention to prcsa, In tho House, a bill
to enforce the provision of universal huU
ra(;e, no that It may bo operative In tho
Conuccttout election. Maryland Repute
Henna havo also usked mcinherd of tlio
Judiciary Cotnmlttuu to hasten uctlon on
this bill, on tho plea that tho Maryland
Legislature will paw) nonappropriate letflm.
latloti to carry out lu that State the pro
visions of the Urst section of the amend
Jt Is, therefore, a settled fact that tho
colored population will participate in our
fall elections have a voice for Instance,
lu determining who shall Im our next
n hn. nun. eh F)u Tin-: viiesl
AitnectltiK of tho friends of lien But
ler-wa held lu Union League Hull, In
Washington, on Monday ovenlng. The
orators spoko In eulogistic terms of that
gentleman as having, with a company of
Mnssachusottfl troops, nt tho beginning
of tho war saved the Government. One
of them remarked that, though hut few
persons wero then present, this was only
tliu beginning of a movement to elect
Butler to tho presidency. Another huid
while ho admired lltitlcr, ha thought the
movemont premature, and would do
1 1 1 in more harm than good. A ftnv col
ored persons were present, and a baud
of tho same race played during Intervals
of the speaking. A resolution was
adopted tendering thanks to Duller fdr
his services lu tho army and out of the
army, In Congress and out of Congress
Ills friends then proceeded to his home
for the purpoBo of serenading him.
The succession of Grant, It would bcem,
Is by no means a certainty.
The elephants of Ceylon can
hunted without a special permit.
Iowa has given about one llfth of Its
area to aid railroads.
Bcnator Grimes, nf Iowa, Is slowly
covering his health.
A trade that never falls- the miller's;
ho can always grind his teeth. 'Punch.'
Josh Hillings says: "1 of the fussiest
rtonci I ever Reo'd wuz 2 old maids
waltln'.on ono idek widower.'1
Chickens aro taken nt tho box office of
Urlghatn Young's theatre and change Is
appropriately made with eggs.
Deer are so plentiful In MIxsUMppI this
winter, venison is a drug in some of the
Tho aisles of tho church aro now
iitrown with llowurn, nt nobby Now York
It Is feared that tho J.oulslana orange
croj) will bo a total loss this year. It Is
estimated tho loss In PI.iquo.mlne par
ish alono will amount to &03.003.
Hlnou tho passago of tho llftoonth
amendment Hambo no longer aaka plain
tively, "Am r not n man and brother?"
but Dings gaily, "Shoo Ily, don't brother
It Is proposod to giro tho Georgia Leg
islature n recess of sixty days and con
tinue tho pay. Although this would
cost tho Ktnto 1,000,000 it Is considered
cheapest, on tho tho whole.
A young farmer Is now serving outa
tiiroo months torm of Imprisonment In
jail at Exeter, England, for having shot
a single pheasant on his father's farm,
Jvo years ago.'
ft is said that Chorion I). Kirk, of tho
LouUvlUo 'Bun,' who foil dead whlo on
his way homo through tho snow of last
Friday, had selected for 'publication in
his papor tho following day, a poem en
titled, "Found Doad lu tho Btroot.'t
Tho Baden government is determine;!
to make tho most out of its gaming es
tablishments boforo their abolition in
J572, and has raised their reus tfrom 300,
000 to 600,000 llorlus, uud put upon
thorn ?2QO,000 worth of Improvements.
Tho Boston association of banks for the
suppression of counterfeiting for tho past
year has, been mostly on legal tender
notes nnd postal currency, and very llttlo
on National bank currency.
A church lu Duppro, Brown county,
Wlsf glories lu tho uamo of tho United-13yangell.bal-Methoil8t-llaptlst
gatlonalist. Prebbytorlan-Moravalu - Pror
test uud Episcopal-Lutheran: German
Dutoh-Uoformed Cathollo and United
Evaugical church and Christian, Breth
orn of tho Glorious Itoformatlon,
Mr. John Leltoy, of Jersey Isle, Inclos
his wife's face lu an Iron mask, fastened
nt tho back by a padlock, to prevent her
from Indulging ft taso for alcoholio bov
oragos. For a Hlmllar purpoao ho uomo;
times contlned her In a cago. Ho seems
fo havo beou uusuecessiui in nis onjeoti
nnd tyus besides lined ton Bjijiungs.
Explosion of Wliilte-
HxcHInc Hcciich in (lie Hounc
I.oKiiu mid Binder at JjOgger
It Is fourteen years slnco the houso of
...... i i 1 1 ,i . .
and tlio scene, therefore, that opened
Willi tho meeting of tho house to-day.
was one of rare und extraordinary Inter-
terestand excitement. Sucli a largo
gathuriui; has not been witnessed hIuco
the forty llrst congress met, nearly a
year uyo, and only on the counting of tho
presidential vote lust a year ago aim
during tlio impeachment scenes In tho
homo two year ago, havo thoro been
such crowds gathered within tho capltol
AVhlttomoro appoared very cool. Ho
carried in his hand a bundle of envelops
and rat down and chatted with his
neighbors around him. Be was not
Hushed and excited, as on Monday.
It 1 1 ji litij rM tutiti tttt u ntnUfiiU nifl
I UVII 111.? 1. J ' M I I VJ I J tf 47 V W
was evidently relying on un nllldavlt
wiucn Jiutlier lino: written ana wnioii
Jitmier aitervar!s submitted to reopen
IIIU VUflO ffj 1111 it UVIIIiiVllflll
that would wear out tlio sensation and
dhgrace of an expulsion. General
Logan called time at li p. in., and the
tactleti of Whlttemoro's friends wero at
onco developed. Judgo Poland, who
sat near him. asked Joiran to yield tin
til a resolution to postpouo tlio whole
matter could bo submitted. "I decline
to yield," said Logan, and "as chairman
of the committee,! cannot oftnteiit to
Butler rose and alluded to Logan as the
puoiio prosecutor or tlio case, and lie
said he appeared as counsel fjr tlio de
fenni of Mio person arraigned. "I don't
yield for that purposo" mid Logan,
again Willi a sliarp veliemonce. "I am
hero as counsel for that man," retorted
Butler witli sharp vehemence, and he
struck his desk emphatically for every
word of the sentence, until the dust rose
in entiles from tlio clotli cover. ljounn
retorted, and his face grew madder as he
saw mat lie liau JttitJcr to deal witli
Ho denounced tho insinuation that he
Was a public prosecutor, and defended
his course. The house then proceeded
to get Itself at this point Into ono of Us
miserable parliamentary tangles that
lasted tor nearly an hour. Over a dor.cn
nolntHot order were raised. JudgoTIJavIg
liflil Mt'n Mlltl.i. linil nliiti 1 jm.t . i Lr Itinl
l..tf .. .1. ....... U'l......u I. .1.1 . ..1 A .
and some unknown VIrglula man had
three. All was confutlm! for a while
The gallaries wero mlstllied; Logan and
nailer oecamo excited : iiiiiemore ue
came red In the face; the democrats
lauuhcd. and the speaker pounded with
his travel, and kept pretty cool. I).ivls
and Butler talked not n llttlo about tho
proceedings In courtfl of Justice, and were
loin uy tlio spcoHor mat mis was a par
llamentary body, and not a court of law.
nut arier all mis wraugio w iiiiiemore
had his allldavlt read about wauling
more nine; mat tile cliarges against iiliu
were Instigated by black-mull, etc.: and
me siieauer, towards tlio ouu ortlio con-
fUalou; decided 'that Whittemoro could
not deputize his defense to Butler, and
llually to atnrt tliu cao riuht tho
speaker Hammered silence with Ills
k'avcl. and brought Whittemoro nale
and nervous to his feet. "Does tho iron-
tlfinim from South Carolina desire to bo
heard further? Does ho take the lloor?"
"I take tho lloor," said Whlttemore.
oudly and plainly: "and 1 yield half of
myiiiiioto mo member from -Massacim-
setts Butler." Tho speaker said:
"Tho Kcutleman has forty-llvo minutes
ofhls hour remaining." Mr. Whltto-
more, "Is that all the time J am to
havo."' Tlio speaker: "That Is for the
house, not tho chair to decide." Butler
took the lloor. l'olaud wanted it. Lo
gau, wno had been assigned control of
the case, was not aware that ho had
ttlfililftil ft Km (Iia inioLAn unlit lin linil
and, amid a t-conu of merriment, l'olaud
got In his resolution to postpone, und It
An hour had pasted nnd tho renl do-
bate had Just commouccd, Butler lead-
ug on in nis peculiar style, declaring
that the wholo case against Whittmoro
was ono of black-mall, Instigated by
newspaper men, by a newspaper rabble.
"If there Is unythiui;." said tlio lordly
Ben, "that I thank God for. It is that 1
am ntiperlor to a newnpaper,'' and he had
more to say of tho meu who "ham:
around thtcapltol and telegraphed," ho
ftald, "lies to tlio press-" All this was on
me witness jsroous, auu lirooKs is not
now a newspaper man: so JSutler was as
t-ertlug what was not truo. J Hit Jjogau
demolished IHitler's ctvse. llo showed
tiittt bv wlultmoro's own admission
did not deny receiving the njonoy, an
It was only the disposal of It for public
piit iiocos mat Jlullerhad put In as a milt
atlng plea, iiio consideration for Ruli
ng tho oadotsiups was numiitcu, ami
that, said Logan, was ouough. Tho
houso and tho crowd listoued patiently
to tho two hourd of debate, whloh was at
times bolstorlous; and at C p.m. tho ques
tion was taken on postponinc and re
opening tho ptup.
This vote was followed with lutenso in
terest. As nay after nay succeeded,
Whittemoro itrow nervous: ho lumnott
Into the aisle, walked a few steps, Jump
ed back Into his chair, again toro up
Homo paper, got pale, then Hushed up.
it was silliness wnuu uie voio was an
nounced 30 to 155; and tho resolution
was lost. Tlio previous question was
moved and seconded on the resolution
if expulsion. ".Now for the grand llnal
ty." said tho spoelatiurfi, Whittemoro
ruse In his upat. Io say fate qtarnir him,
In tho fape. Ju tremulous wnrds, hu ns;-
d tiio'speaiteranti tlio uoti?o for permls
lou to mako n brief dofoso to.niorrow,
Tim man was down, tho wholo houso
n&M. (Jlvo him tho parting words And
an unjouniment wasoarneu rorthat pur
pose. Hut, after all, carpet-haggovlsm
uiieats us exeuuiiuuur. u niiieuioro's
abpeal fordoay was a trlok.
hu luleuianhed to aoveruor
South Carolina, tendering his reblirnli
tlon. llosayH no is no longer u mum
her; and can't be expelled. Tho next
ease of expulsion will probably bo a
1 Tpnuesseo member, for the uud Is not yet.
A Negro Fiend.
Attempted Outrage !y n Negro
on u i I rl or Fourteen In Her
ten Comity, JVcw Jcrncy.
Knm (lie New York Kcrld, Kcbnury Wth.
On Tuesday last, a young girl named
Tonwluskle, waH proceeding along tho
road leading from Now Mil ford to Pat
torson, when she was overtaken by a
negro named Henry O. Ulune, who was
driving a wagon belonging to V.tu
JJusklrk & Lano. Ho Jumped oft" tho
wagon and entered Into conversation
with tlio girl, patting her on tho head
and taking hold of her hand gently.
The girl started back at tho grasp of tho
repulsive ugly-looking negro, but ho en
deavored to soothe her with, "what'a tho
matto.?" "what' you frald for?" uud
such other expressions, to relievo her
mind of any apprehensions. At last eho
started to run when ho made a few
strides after her, caught, and threw her
down, and placing his hand ovor her
mouth, was about to accomplish bin
nendlsh purpose, when a kind I'rovi
deuco eu t a man that way, at tho sk'ht
or wiiom tlio demon in Human llesli lied.
As soon ns tho young girl recovered from
her consternation sho went homo und
Informed tho family of the affair. A
party immediately started in ncrsuit.
and on Wednesday morning tho negro
was arrested uud loaned in tho county
Jail, at Haokemnck. Tho oxcltemont
wiiicu followed mo annoucement was
such as Is very stldom seeu In tho quiet
llttlo town of Hackcnsack so quiet,
indeed, that had the.outrago been com
mitted elsewlien tho villain would havo
but a poor chaiuo of escanltiir tho ven-
gatice of the populace.
DeHpernte Ilitttle IlcMrcon the
nioiixaiid Crow Indian.
Fori Hulljr (Fb.2lj "nt ipm-loncO of tlio OmaU
Llttlo Swan, n ehlnf nt Mm M InnntKniu
Sioux, who catao into tlio Choycnne
agency on tho Missouri, near Fort Sullv.
gives tho particulars of a desporato light
between Sioux and Crow Indians nbout
tlio 1st or January, abovo the mouth of
tho Yellowstone, on the Missouri. It an-
pears that a war party of twenty-nine
Crows had camodtwn on foot to steal
horses from the Sioux', and fell In with
two young men, Hloux, ono of whom
mey Killed, and wounded the other, who
encaped anil alarmed the village. The
warriors or tlio vll airo mounted t ie r
porile.", and hurried to the place where
tho Crows wero ceen. Tlio latter were
found on tho top of sharp buttc, which
they had fort! lied by heaping up loose
stones. As soon as tho
Sioux approached, tho Crows
called out, "Wo tamo hero to U
Killed; como on and kill us." Tho Sioux.
uiree nuuureu in numuer c narired t hem
several times, with no other result than
leaving live or their number dead. It
was then near sun town; nnd, If night
came on, most or (he Crows would cs
cupo. A young chief named Spotted
h.agie men made a speccli, and oflered
to lead the braves, saylmr he would bo
killed, but the Sioux Jumped into the
fort, and the nihil r ended lu savago st vie
witli butcher knives. Tho Crows
(twenty-nine) were all killed. Tho Sioux
had twelve killed on the ground, and live
more died the next day. Tho Indians
wiiocameln say there nrequitoa num
ber of wounded that will die. The most
or those engaged wero Unkpapas. An
Indian nt tho reservation, known as the
Little Hans Are, hada6on killed. The
father has been making night hideous
witli lils lamentations, but is very proud
that his son died brave. Tho Ogallallas
navo consiani war parties out to murder
and steal on the l'lattc. All the Indians
that came In say that John Richards
has much Influenco nnd Is dolui; all ho
can to excite hostilities against tho
Conspiracy to Assassinate.
A Singular Cnno of mcNtic lu
fclU'liy uud Alleged Crime. '
(From tlio .New York World, hVb, 2th.l
The faats of a startllnir ease, wlilch has
been entrusted for development to Hue-
clal Detectives Carroll nnd Ktratford. of
Jersy City, has been mado public. A
fortnight since, a man by the uamo of
.Mayan! appeared at tho otilco uf a load
lug manufactory In Jersey CItv. nnd rep
resented that hlssoii'ln-Iaw, Oeorgo Kra
burg, who had been omployed thoro as
caslitcraud tinanclal manager, had suc
ceeded In embezzling from tho funds en
trustod to him a sum amoiintimr to about
S10.000. Mayard stated, In etl'oct, that
mis iitvuigoueo was dictated by a deslro
to retaliate for injuries which ho had suf
fered. Ills marriage with his wlfo had
been tho result of n bargain between
her father and himself. Her father had
been lu debt to him, and he acrecd to
dischargo him from the obligation if ho
would givju Ills daughter lu marrlago to
him. Undor tho terms of auoh a contract
tho marrlago .took place; but Mrs.
Mayard nut herself to no trouble
to uoneoal tho fact that alio had not
givou her heart with her hand. Their
union was blost with ono daughter, who
grew rapidly in beauty, graco, and Intel
ligence, jjuriug nil mis umo mo wire
had never succeeded In acquiring any
atlcctlou for tho man sho had wedded.
Indeed, sho so much disliked him that.
ns charged, shoconsplrod against ills Ufa
mid employed a3sn.s to murder him;
tjeSn attacked Id in, with slung-shots and
knives, and, having stunned him, stab
bed him three times sor'ously. He sought
a place away from home, and lived in It
until he reoovered. Ho then wont away
ami did not hear from his wife or ohild
for borne years subsequently. She ilnally
plead upon her knees for reconciliation,
and he took her to his homo aiialn. Not
. manv weeks Pad eono bv after this bo-
To-night I foro ho henrd his wlfo and Fraburgcon
'oott, of , eobtlng a plot to put him out of the way
uy means ot pulsion, in mo course or
this oouversatinu he overheard tho faot
cojicornlng Fraburg's embezzlement,
which ho had given to the (ctim.u a his
(1 KEEN & GILBERT,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
WlllUm IT. Green, )
William II. Ollbert, CAIRO, IIX.
Mile r. IJUberl, j
Upfcldl attention glren to Admiralty ttid9teitibat
Office oa Ohio Ieree, Koomi
over lit irallaBKl Bank,
a and 4
LLEN, AVEIM & BUTLEIt,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office In Broil' New Building,
Corner of Elercnth itrcot una Commercial Ar.an.
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t. P. llntlrr
jj-ULKEY, "WALL & 'WIIEELEIl,
ATTOItXKVS AT LAIY,
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Sah'l P. Whkkleb, J
Office Ilooim, 8 and O Winter' Bloc
JJ1 E. ALliHIQHT,
ATTOItSKV AT LAW,
onire.cornrr ofl-wclim Nlroet null Wnti
Will prnoilc In IliU nnd Ilin dJolntn JmllclM cir
cuits, nnl makocolh-ctloni In tlio iif It; d Goring conn.
Ilci uf Ml.'fourl and Kcutuckr. ol'Jtf
W. P. HAI.MDAY, Preildenti
A. II. HAKFOItll, Cmltleri
WALTKll IIVHI.Ol', A.lut Caihltr.
8. 6TAAT8TATI.OII, I W. P. HAU.1DAT,
feCOTT WIIITK. 1HJ1IT. llCUNMNOHAM,
UKO.D. WILLIAMSON, MXPUKN 111UD,
A. 11. SArt OKLI.
Exchange, Coin, nnd United States Hondo
Bought and Sold.
DejxjuU Rteated, and a Otneral Hanking
rpiIE FIItST NATIONAL UANK
OAMKMIUim, I UOUT. W. M1I.I.KII
I'rKidmt. I Vicc-rrrililfnl
C. .N. HUGHES, Ca.lilir.
Collections Troniptly Attentlril to.
Kxclinnst, Coin, Bank Xolce and United
Xlouclit naa.cl Sold.
Allowed on TImo Deposits.
W. II.Morrli. II. II. Oandee.
QANDEE & M(3 ItRIO,
Xotnrics Public nud Insurance Agents.
OFFICE No. 71 Ohio Ltvet, Oily National
isanx iimuuny. ucc.ui
I IKK AMI MARINE!
JIKKCIIAXTS" Ins. Co., or Chicago
CAPITAL AM) A33IJTS -.8 HSO,7a8 11
SECUMTV Ins. Co., of New York;
CAPITAL AND ASSETS .81 ,732, H 10 00
COMMERCIAL Ins. Co., of Chicago;
CAPITAL AMI AMi:Trf.........8 aiO.Olo 3
I.I1KIEM)E.NT Ins. Co,, of Uoston J
CAPITAL AND AaS -8 550,000 OO
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OAPlTAb AND AH3KT3 8 20,0'J7 85
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CAPITAL AND KiiY.Ti 8 310,000 11
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CAPITAL AND AHSIfre 8 231,030 Ob
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IRK AND MARINE INSURANCE.
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HANOVER, NEW YORK;
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YON'KKRS, NEW YORK;
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ASSl'.TH,.. 81AS.19S 113
FIREMAN'S FUND, SAN FRANCISCO
A&KTtt, (Gu1)..8078,000 00
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AS.Sh"rH.....v ,81,433,810 00
U..,.y. ..Alllnr. fiivntt.irM Imll. ....
luii(i t mU iw f.oruMo n uomul wrmuucnt
H-fHi!!? will warrant.
I i cjpMtfiilly uk f tliBCltluenu of Cairo, a ihare n(
. Oai t First NalioiiAllUuk.
W. bTKATTON. x. BIRD.
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Grocers and Commission Menh&vte,
American Pomlrr Co., nnd MnnDfactrn
Aejcnla Tor Cotton Yarn, v
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Liberal Advances Made on Conitgnmenli.
.iirp.ri,?Ve'1 10 rsif irf or forward freight! to
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(fiuceosjor to Fallls. Orem n. ,
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Commission nnd ronrnnlhiy McfchftnlV
And Dealers in
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Dealer In Groceries, Lime, Plwur Pntls, Pliiteri
Htr, Cement. "
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EmhtU itieet, ocon.l door frum Coin. At.,
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Will ntlend ft (lie ravment ofState. Cunr and CHt
Tax", ami nil tualuea I'ortalnlni: to a GiiNKItAIj
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110 OMMISllUIAI. AVICNUli,
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