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Ta nilaoU tefUktun will adjourn on
wax nuidv, uth iut. '
x-Pbuidint Giant, Mrs. Grant
toil tea tailed from Philadelphia for
Xnropttby tbeiteamer Indiana, Thurs-
Cm. Epa U now In New York for
tlM pwpoM of borrowing money with
which to carry on the work at the jetties
until a time thatthe second instalment
laduefroin the government. This will
be whea he bu twenty-two feet In the
channel. Ha aayi he hai now twenty
feet la folly hall the channel, and ex
pecti to haye the required depth the lull
length of the channel to aecurj the second
payment ot five hundred thousand
doLUri by the close of next September.
Ik r election of Associate Justice
WUlard to the chief Justiceship of the su
preme court of South Carolina, Gov.
Hampton bu gained a signal victory
over the malcontents ot that state. Wll
lardli a conservative Republican and
aupported Hampton in all his struggle
with the Chamberlain gang of carpet
twffcera. HaoiDton beliVa lUub Hie
aucceaaoihla administration depended
on WiUard'a belntf mado chief Justice.
VTfilarrJ will not be antagonistic to tbe
Democrats, and as the vacancy on the
bench will be filled by a Democrat they
will haye a majority ot tbe court.
A niw and strange Insect has made its
appearance In the blue grass regions of
Kentucky, and Is destroying much of the
grass In that section. A Kentucky ex
change aayi that the Insect looks the like
slugs that appear on rose buds, and al
though yry small, Is dreadfully vorac
Jous. This la the only enemy that blue
grata bu ever bad, and givea cause for
the great uneasiness that Is felt. Whero
cvar the Insect appears the grass presents
a white, dry appearance. .The Insects
bare been examined through micro-
BOODea. and they were found hideous
enough to be dreaded.
Dtmcra the twelve years in which the
carpet-baggers had control ot the state
government ot South Carollca nearly a
million sad a halt of dollars were appro
priated for the equipment and maintain-
ance of tbe state malltia; and yet a tew
dayi ago when the Radical adjutant gen-
am oi ue state turned over tna arms,
etc., In bit possession to bis successor,
au were was or . them was about one
hundred worthless muskets, and a few
thousand ruined cartridges. This is
very bad showing, considering the large
amount of money appropriated on ac
count of the militia, and the question Is
now asked where did the money go to?
Tbe biggest end of It undoubtedly went
Into tne carpet-bags of the vlllians who
o long prayed upon the state.
Tn ..fame of the American, cnt-rwf.
hgger u not cvuwiea u ais native land,
Be is known to tbe Inhabitants of the
farthermost portions of the earth as a
creature to ba hated and despised. The
London (England) Standard in a lengthy
articlepn tbe "American carpet-bagger,"
concludes u follows:
We may hope the period ot so-called
"earpeuag" government in tne soutn
tbe rule of Northern adventurers sup
ported by Ignorant negro votes in the
leecn 01 tne whole educated and tax
paying body of citizens U at an end.
Only the most extreme Radicals will
regret It. Tbe men who, taking advan
tage 01 me aisirancntsement ot great
bodies ot Southern whites and the pro
scription ot every leading Southern
statesman and soldier, took up tbe trade
of affltaton in order to make themselvna
rulers of states in which they had no let
gltimate Interest, have done nothing to
uenent um negro, mucn to injure tbe
whites, and still more to produce bitter
ness and distrust between the two races.
Kbpobts from the scene ot the East
ern war all go to prove that a great bat
tle will be fought soon, and perhaps it
It now In progress. For the last week
the Rossi ans bave been concentrating in
large numbers at Glurgevo, preparatory
to a forced passage of the Danube. Tbe
Russian army is reported to be in fine
condition and excellent spirits, and anx
ious for tbe coming slaughter. Oppo
site Glurgevo, In Rustchnk, the Turks
bave a strong force, and that they will
resist the efforts ot the Russians to cross
tbe river la ctrtaln, and It la at this point
that the bloody struggle will in all prob
ability take place. Great activity is re
ported all along the Russian line. Heavy
cannonading wu heard ;on the Turkish
aide of the Danube, and a number of
amall town below Ruatchuk are report
ed to hare been destroyed by tbe Rus-
slan artillery. The Russians are consid
trably embarraated on account ot i
lack of transportation facilities, and
thUr movements have been greatly re
tarded. . Tbe Turkish commanders along
the Danube bave issued manifestoes urg
ing tbe Inhabitants, In view of the im
pending battle, to remove lurther inland
toward the Balkan mountains. A num
ber ot light engagements are reported to
have taken place at point of minor im
portance, but they are of slight corue-
ejaence compared with the great strug
gle te take place on the Danube. The
Turks bay captured two hundred small
vessels In the Danube, containing 13,000
bectollre of wheat.
The Washington correspondent of the
New York JW bu Just returned from
a tew of the southern states, and la a
kUktterto that paper gives a very
tfooory account of tha condition ot the
wpabUe pstty south. De believe.
tbsStke Radical party la the southern
n beyend resurrection ; and
tttteauM time scouts the Idea ot a
'ore la the Democratic rank.,
'Dataueratlc party in the cotton states
una correspond
u able lo see, It more firmly united
than ever, and all efforts on the part ot
Mr.llaycs and the administration to disor
ganize it have failed utterly. Ou tul
score the Times correspondent writes as
follows :
Alter an extended tour through the
South, made principally In the hope of
finding some evidence ot approaching
Democratic disorganization, 1 am com
pelled to express the couvictlou that ou
all national questions the Southern states
for years to come will be
lound casting a solid Demo
cratic vote, lu making tho state
ment 1 only echo the opinion of every
vtll-lnloriued Republican who has lived
ar traveled In the cotton states, 't hat
even I'ostniastcr-Uem rul Key is begin
ninir in antim measure to sharo this De
lict is strlkinjrly evidenced by bis recent
letter to his brother, in wiucn occurs tun
remarkable statement that If the south
docs not support the nationul administra
tion, tiie lederal olUces will be given to
Republicans. Hut if further evideuco ol
the soliditv of the southern voto Is nec
essary, It can be lound la abundance
by reference to any ol tho newspapers
published In tho South. In tho Middle
Stales, in New England and the West the
comments of party journals or party
leaders cannot always bo taken 84 an ex
act expression of prevailing public sen
timent. In the sections referred to men
and women read, reason and form con
elusions lor themselves. Ac the South,
however, for a number of reasons which
I need not now enumerate, the people
bave their thluking done to order, so to
speak. The expressions ot leading news
papers can always be taken as luirly In
dicating popular opiulon. feeling and
sentiment: nnri aa T havn fntiniiifeiil "'"
Is not In tho aoitou .m. to-day a
leadfmr newspaper time does not rejoice
at the solidity ot the Southern Demo
cratic vote. And looking at the matter
from a Southern standpoint, why
should the vote referred to be divided ?
What have the Southern Democrats to
gain by disorganization ? It la not usual
tor victorious armies to disperse. Great
political parties only separate when u;oy
have been defeated. . The Democrat f
the South have been successful beyond
their most sanguine expectations, t hey
have triumphed where tuey amicipnteu
disnster, and they would be more or less
than human It they did not press for
ward to fresh victories and still greater
How A Book Agent Captured
the ' Times" Office.
"The Idyl of Fourth Avenue .
Blue Gloss nntl Green Untr.
Chicago, III., May 10th,lS77.
A story appeared in last Sunday's
Timet concerning tho successful capture
ot that offlco by a
Of courso the heroine was a young lady,
and the young lady as it happened was
petite, fragile and fair. She had
tresses ot gold and eyes ol brown
with a tawny tlngo In them like a hint
of the sunshine, to match the same sug
gestion in her hair. The writer ol the
story it was the man who hashes the
local column on the Times went on to
relate how she approached the editor,
and how mysteriously one alter another
of the nowspaperlal brethren succumbed
Of tho young lady agent. The only man
who held out against tho general infec
tion was the parngrapbist, and the reason
he tailed to fall In line
with tbo others was accounted
for on the ground ot a striking resem
blance which existed between tho book
agent and his wife. It was supposed ho
bad become fortiilcd by long practice
tgainst similar attacks. Tho Times
writer Interested himself sulllclently In
the book canvasser to make some inqui
ries concerning her and from theso ho
has woven a
wiuding up with a marriage between a
certain naval officer la Boston and the
heroine. The only essential element
lacking in the romance is truth. The
girl was not engaged to a naval olllc er
and Is not yet married. She never had a
brother and therefore was deprived ol the
chance ot displaying that sisterly devo
tion which the Times man so graphically
portrayed as existing towards that imag
inary individual. Tho reason of her
leaving home could be summed up in
one sentence. She had a step-mother.
The editor referred to Is Franc Wilkie,
and the story ought to be told to illus
trate him or at least ono side of him ;
for he la altogether a kaleldscoplc man.
The girl canvasser sho was
Did see him In his sanctum ; bearded the
lion In his den, as It were, but when ho
found she was only a book agent, his
brows corrugated tdcmselvcs Into
black, thunderous lino down over his
eyes emiting portcntious lightning,
and lie made some harsh
reply to her timid advance. It was more
than enough. Tho brown eyes of the
girl filled with tears the sensitive or
ganization had been wounded. Wilklc
and Instantly all the gallantry in ills na
ture came bravely to tho rescue. "Give
me your Dook :" tie cried, and at once
his name went down on tho subscription
1st. Then he summoned every avail
able man In thatolllceto his room, and
down went their names on tho same
list. The victory thus begun nt head
quarters of course communicated Itself
to tbe rank and file, and it was therefore
comparatively easy to capture the com
posing room.
So this Is the whole story lu brkl. It
has a moral. It is to the
effect that the hearts of men aro not
adamant, even towards book agents, and
that when the light spring Is touched,
the rocky Iporta' fly open, often dis
closing a good da of unexpected tender
ness and warmth.
In this case Is like a chestnut burr, bris
tling with repellant points outside,
fruited rich with a big heart Inside.
This is the way the story begins, and
altogether It is a genuine prese poem
brimming over with tho very
The moa who could write it reveals a
nature capable ot the keenest sympathy
and, an intuition so penetrating
that if " ono did not know tho
writer to be mascullno It would naturally
bo credited to a woman. It Bret Harte
had been the author of the sketch ho
would have christened it "The rdylot tbe
Kourlh Avenue Ghoulery," or some
such pretty flourish ot trumpets.
cwrnu LEONARD,
A wimauol well kuown literary reputa
tion 41 Chicago, Is writing a historical
novel on "The Last of tho Henecas"
which brings in Red. Jacket, of course,
largdy, Slio attempts to show that
Free Masonry was discovored In tho con
tcderitlon ot the Iroquls, ind that the
church and land companies especially
the OgJeu land company combined to
defeat a high degrco of Indian civiliza
tion. It Is a seilous charge to bo laid at the
door ot tho churches.
has subsided, but tho azure panes dot
ting tho city ly sections show ut what a
high water mark it reached. Auw, if
anybody indulges lu tho violet ray it is
dubbed a "I'leasantonian experiment."
I had occasion to visit a north-sldo ollico
tho other day in which a blue glass win
dow served to refract tho rays of light.
I inquired about the ell'cct and whether
It leut a tonic propriety to the room.
"Here's one effect," said the gentle
man at the desk, plucking at a lock of
his chestnut hair. "Do you see that
"It was brown, but now, I vuni, it's
Sure enough the hair on one
side of his head, which
h e blue rays had flooded with a daily
baptism, was transformed into a rich
dark green. I thought ol tho Jumblics:
'few and fur, fur and few
Arc the lands where the .lumMies live .
An4 their hair is green ami tluir hands are blue,
And they went to sea lua seive."
Their hair hrobably became green
through the reflection of light from their
blue hinds.
gave us a delightful entertainment last
week with "Tom Cobb" and "Sweet
hearts" both of them (Jilbert's plays.
This week Rose Ey tinge holds the boards
in "Led Astray" and other well-known
productions of the drama. For a won
der, the Chicago citizen like her.
The furore about lire escapes and rope
ladders Is ebbing. Most of the leadlnsr
hotels, however, haye provided them
selves with rcpe ladders,
Being anions tho first to take that liu
oortant stec Mr. Wilcox leaves noth
ing undone which Is calculated to secure
the comfort or safety of his guests. The
Tremont is said to have the coolest din
ing room in tho city, ar.d the season Is
already upon us when such advantages
are a decided desideratum.
The celebrated Chinese lecturer, attracted
a good deal ot attention heto the other
day by his rich Chinese dress, long pig
tali; and intelligent face. Ho makes
the'transit of Chicago quite frequently
1 am iuiu, and always stops at tlie Tre
mont while passing.
Mr. Editor, It your space held out I
would like to relate a little &ory which
might bo entitled "Legend of a soap
mau," showing how the humblest aspir
ations in tho most unpretentious lives
have their modicum ofronance, and that
even soap can inspire enthusiasm In the
human breast. But this " will wait.
Meantime the crowning sensation of to
day Is that Gail Hamilton has put Joe
Medlllof tho Tribune in tho rogues' gal
lery. Wherelore? Owl.
The Eastern War.
A Great Hut lie Imminent-Oil I lie
Danube- llenvy tiring Capture of
Kiihnihu Vessels. .
Xkw York, May 17. A special to the
Times irom Uiurgevo says a grout buttle
is impending, and already heavy canon
ailing is lu progress.
For several days the Russians hayo
been concentrating in largo forces at this
point, preparatory to a forced passage of
the Danube. This army Is In lino con
dition and good spirits. Opposite to us,
In Rustchuk, tho Turks are in strong
lorco. That they will resist our advance
is certain, and to-morrow or tho day
after may witness a bloody struggle.
Tbe intantrv force is at present in urent
numbers, nud as 1 write aro on tho march,
while great activity prevails lu all de
partments of the army.
Is heard on tho other of the Danube al
ready. Turkish monitors are hurrying
toward this spot, and more advanced
ones aro taking up positions In the lront
ot or near to a point wnere tne uussians
hope to lay their pontoon bridges. To
night the scene ou the Danube is indeed
a magnificent ono. Shells arc bursting
in the air. Distant camp lires lend en
chantment to tho scene, and signal rock
ets ascend and fall and tell the story of
advancing forces. Cannonading grows
heavier and havler, and at this rate it
will not tako long
The place is tho weakest In the quad
rangle of Turkish fortresses. Further
down the river tho nky is reddened by
the llames of burning Turtukai. The
town has been fired by the Russian guns
in Oltcnltza. It will bo comparatively
easy tor the Russians to cross at that
point. The headquarters of tho left
wing are still at lbrall.
News has just reached us that Mats
chin, some five miles distant from that
point, has been set on lire by the Russian
The Turks have captured 200 Russian
vessels In tho Danube, containing over
13,000 hectolitres ot wheat. A reconnol
tering expedition ot 500 Russian Infantry
crossed the Danube in boats a little bo
low Reni. The Turks allowed them to
como wt.ll into range, when they opened
such a li-avv llro that the Kussluns were
compelled to retreat to their bouts, with
serious loss, mo itussians navo
crossed tho Aluta - and entered
Little Wallacbia. which It was
expected would bo occupied solely by
Roumanians. Russian floating batteries
on the Danubo aro small, nut inircnl
ously made, consisting of three pontoons
Joined together, Each battery carries
one gun. . "I tie pontoons were noaieu
down the Pruth and Joined the Russians.
They have some larger steamers. Oen.
SkobeliO's division of Circassian Cos
sacks, intended to head tho advance of
tho invasion, is passing through Buchar
est cn route; for tho Danube. 1
Enterprise Savings
A. B. 8AFFORD. ,
8.8. TAVI.OH. Vice Frealdent.
W. HTSLOP, Sea' Tand Triauurct.
P.W.Habclat. Chas. Galiwiim.
r. M. 8tocklth, Vai l C, Stain,
a. II. CmiNUiOHAy, U L. IUluday,
J. M. I'lULUM.
INTEREST puld en depoalu at the rate ol ill
percent, per annum. March ljtaml Suptem
wr Int. Intlreat not withdrawn l added triune
llately to me principal of the depoaiU, thernby
riving thein coiuiwund iuttrtwt
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Optn every buslneaaday rrom9e.ro. to S p.m.
a J tutunlay evenings for aavingn di-poelto only
romB to 8 o'clock.
W. HYSLOP. Treasurer.
F Lroas, Prenldent. H. Welle, Cashier.
P. hieu, Vice i'rua't. T. J. Kerth, Asst. aen'r
Comer Commercial Ave. and Bt Street
P. Ilross, Cairo. Wra. Kluiw, Cairo.
I'. Ni'ff, Cairo. Wiu. Wolle, Cairo.
A . Siixunka, Cairo. H. L. Billinxiilpy, l. Louis.
K. Under, Cairo. H. Welle, Cairo.
F. 11. Rrinkman. St. louia,
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
Uvnrrnl llnnkinff BiialiirMa Doue,
I3-Fxi'lmntre o!d and tioufrht. Intcrcet paid
n the Savinx" Department. Collii'tioua made,
nd all M'idiuea brumutlv attended to.
City National Bank
- $100,000
W. P HAfXIUAV, President
HEN It Y h. HAI.LIDAY, Vice Prtat
A. II SArKOHD, Canhi.r.
WA' I ' It HlSLOl', Aaa'l Cashier.
it U. HALLWAY, W. s . tlALMDAf
Exchange, Com and United Statei
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
biBineaa done
Insurance Agent;
City National Baak Building;, up-itain.
The OldeatEatabllskedAirenoy In SouttJ
em Illinois, representing ovit
185 000 000
The Southern llote' burned down, and
yet how many peoile carry their own
risk. Go at once to Henry Well, General
Agent, and have join property insured at
The loss of
In this tcrrihle St, I.ojI-i tire was great.
Ohtuin a Lilo Insurance Pulley at once,
tincfl one-tenth ot all the doutdn in the
United States is the remit of accidents.
This in no
Story put forth tor the occasion, but is
taken Irom tabular fuements, the reliabil
ity of which can not he impeached.
British America, Assets - $1,130,000
MillvlUe Mutual, . 1,440,000
Union, of Fbila. " . 360,000
Firemen's of Day ton " - 420,000
New Unaland Lutual Life, 37,700,000
Illinois mason s Benevolentfioolety
ltopresented by
General Insl'haxck Agknt.
None hut Noaml nntl Honest Com
nule Kepreaeuted.
OFFfCE-In tho Alexander Conntv flank,
J. If. Mblksy. D. T, jnkuar, J. M. Lahsdcn
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE: Commercial Avenue, at office of
Liucgur Lansden t-W-Sm
Sun please copy.
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Mother, 'tis our wedding day!
Just as now, we sat at supier
when thcKursts hal gone away;
You but that side. I (at Ihis aide,
'orty yeurs ago to-day I
Then what plans we laid together;
What brave things I meant to do!
Could wedream to-dav would Had til
At this tuule me and uut
Hitter eo, no doubt and yet I
Momeiiinea tnina i cannoi leu
Had our boy ah, yea! 1 know, dciir;
1 es, ue Uoeth all tiling! well.
Well we've had our joys and sorrows,
Blmredour cnnk'8 us wellns tears)
And the liest ol all I've hud your
faithful love for forty years!
I'oor we've been, but not forsaken :
(.rief we've known, but never shan.e
Fath r for Thy tmllese mercies
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This in a rare chanee
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