Newspaper Page Text
raaaijr imdg'. '
Wt ara ahrij anamiw awae . Hrrell
.a itllili fofBweSica oUouoty Jwli' ol
i.li nr i T 1 Ti ' '"'"f tiovcuiatr, Ion,
14 aataarlaao1 lo aAaaanct Btnben ft , Yocttm
attaWa, aaaaawt- far tha afSca of county
f iUuaWwuotr. ElwltUB 6"l Tuoilay
' . Waam.aatkariaad' to aaaoaace Albert flmith '.u
a lot taa Oca oc County Clerk of
Aaraaoaer ctm. Kkcttol, Nureabar a, UC7.
. V V imWad t aaaoaaca Vf. F. Pitcher aa
MldMt hr Mm aaua of ConatT Clara, klec
eaa, lM4), ftwahcr eta, U;..
Daiat ' inn af UuudcrCouity;
1 AH an iaSaaiaSnat rutdidaK far tha oftca of
tAMy OarK. M ia tctlo to I br M Hoxmlur
ajtvaaii awmi.a ftueiAtdy la attaatl to tha iluiiu
(tealo,lf atacaki. W. K. HA.Wh.ISs.
Waaaa'aadaariacJ a? iniwaaca Henry PUntrt o
Tata mom, as a eaaiiiata ix County t'l" a
at lliaiia kWUI iiortaaaf ota.ltfTT,
taa Miawaftb Cairo Bciaiti:
Jrtaaaa aaaoaasa ikal laa aa laorpendtat caadi
MahraW aSs afcotuir clrrk of Alaxaader
ciwary, aa aatcaaa aa aa kald 1 November
VAk W. STKWAKl .
V ara aataatiaad ia uiwan Samuel J.
Piaiaa aa a aaxitOaJa jr Uaoaef County
Clark MaVOoaaa at raid Sonmbtt eib,
ta aaaeoaca Jeha t. tielyat
fer tk aOet af couatr clerk at the
aa a feaM naf am, 17
W (to Taaaaaaf Atanwkr CaaNi
a hanky aaaiaaci tkat liai caadKlata for I he
ataaf Ca4y Clerk al Alexander coaaiy, lub-
Mtt at year aiiaiaa al tout irapectiie rcting
aifn.tm ika aiatk dr af M. ' " .
Vary BrtfuJlr. CA&iUt JOST.
raw Cavafy arlaina a I.
Wtete atkorlaW la aaaaara Mr. P. A.Tiy
kta aaadiati for rr-eltctiea to the ofice of
oaaaty acaaal avaahateadni, at tha cectioa ta ac
WH aa.ea.ka atk, 177.
We aat aacaartiec ta aaacaacc Hcary Stout u a
Tin t t-T he aawiaw af AtazaKkx county, at ike
HantaiaarM ta aasmaea Biokard Flu-
ai j aaaililn fl I Ootvaett AlexaauT
Wean a4afUeJa aaaaaaea A. J. Alon
a t - ffi aw Ika effira af Cauaty Titmrrt of
ti ayaaryv- aVmwa, TucMby, .Vorenorr
Wa aaa anikariaJ la aaweara Tko. W . HaJli
aVy a aaaaeiwuia It ka oakc of county com
aaataaarafAjeJauecT cwauy. Siectioa v-m-UaaaV,
fcUATm Uonox Vu wrltuo m. edi
torial wUehmpptafed In the .ladinapo
Hi axnuii a ftw dtyi linec In which he
cadvrx QiyM southern policy d3 his
elTU-Kntcejordcr. , t Morton et the
"baud wriilclon the will.'' Hayes has
foot too lar in the , worn ot pacification
nd dTll aerrice to turn back, aid Mor
ten hope by ikklnj advauiage ot the
hurt that ire In progr, to Increase
hiicbaivee for re-election to tit United
(Haiti Senate. -
FnaADiLPBtA lira It bulldmjr a
mooununt tweuty-tiye feet In height to
plaeeU over the jcrave ot Andrew John-
toQ Daj- QnutUIk, Teun., "It connliU
ofa franlte bate, with a plinth, die, and
ahaft of Italian nuxble. 'J he bare is
bine feetals tnchea square at the ground.
There will be two granite piers, one on
each aide of thftwo graTta, over "Wilcb
will be sprung a granite arch, and upon
this tbe monument will rest, leaving an
opening under the arch in which the
graves will be visible. On the front is
carved a Kfoll represeutlnf the constitu
tion of tie United States, and an open
book vrtflr ailiand reetiDjf .upon It, re
presenting tbe taking op tbe oath of of
flee. Surmounting tbe whole is an Am
erican eagle with outstretched winss."
Thibi Is trouble among the Republl
cans p in Massac county. . For years the
negro citizens of tba( county have voted
Jost ti their wtab leaders bave directed,
and neyer once attempted to kick out ol
the traces As Jong as they did Ibis and
asked, nothing tor themselves It was all
right, and everything was lovely within
tbe party. , But bow a negro, one Smith,
went to be JusfWof tbe peace, and atks
tha wblteEadlcals to vote tor him. This
ereated a stir among the
memento! the party, and they say
tbe"d n nigger" has no right to be a
candidate that he Is not fit (or the office,
nd they won't vote tor him. The ne
groes bow say tbat if they are not good
enough to hold office, they are not good
tneugh to vote for white Radicals, and
threaten to throw ofl on tbe entire
eountj ticket. They are right, and the
only worrier la that they have been so
long la Hading out that white Radicals
have bo farther use for them than to uie
THK HOTIMBER ELECTION.
WeJeeUons-wlUbeheld in Connec
ticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mlones
ota, MkodaaUalppI, New Jersey, Xew
York, rsinayirania. Virginia and Vfis
onala oaTuesdai the lh i November,
two weeks troat fcsday. ' '
T1keCoavatioutlaciIon la lor mem
hereof tWlJfgishture only, and U the
taeemd usder the present aula eonstttn
tkAji ,.:. ..... v .
a. u fr i. hi . i ..
htarylaotf elects a eomptroller, as wel
U a stAtlllatllMI Tha aaavmhlv ta ha
oluwinJleeiyrhited States Senator
la piaos orBe&ator Dennis.
MaseachusetU elects a Governor and
lagUlaturtt& S!inocratl candidate
lor OoTaartBiatka povuiar ox-Oovernor
Cutoa, and tha BapuMlcai, u tbe prea
Bt OoverBor, JUee. - '
ftautartuiUB, voter for lubordlnate
staofflMaaaguprerne Judge with
a terra or. years. . The Democratic
Brospeeu ar nt ht Keystone
-. .i j--, j : i , :
Vifgiahi flact both Ooyernor and a
lBiBtBAaiere )s tto doubt of the auc
oasa of Cef. XilSdav ' aajutwuu n...
- W( w ,
fBOf OB lWloerahfl ticket, as there
90 wV, Vrltw we are adrUeil
HerJi &j .-
w1innBS ahooses a ttorornoc and leg-
candidate for fiovernor, find Win. U.
Smith, Re ptibllenn canJiJato.
Minnesota also choows a govfrnnr unt)
MlRsUslppI will re-fleU governor
Stone, the pronent Democratic govprnor.
and a lctrlsluture. There seems to be no
opposition, the Republican patty having
gone to pieces in that State.
New Jersey also chooses a governor
land legislature, and Is blessed with some
six or seven tickets In the Held. There
seems to be no doubt that Qen. Geo. B
McClellan, the Democratic candidate for
governor, will sweep the State by a heavy
,In New York they elect a seen ! iry cl
State, auditor and legislature. J lie leg
islature chosen will elect a senator, vice
ConLllug, whose term expires in 1179.
"ALSK TREASUUV BALANCES.
Sr.SATOR DAVIS RKsOl.t'TlOX OK lMjl IRV
WHAT I1K KXl'ECl'8 TO SHOW.
Swcial to the Chicago Times.
Wasui.ngto.v, Oct. IS. Senator Davis,
of West Virginia, to-day offered a rcaolu
tion asking that inquiry be made as to
certain Discrepancies and Migrations in
the olCciui statements ot thu treasury tit
partmeut occurring between thu years
1SC9 and 1S71, and r.iuaL.in.' unciiaiied
up to the htest ollldal tatcnients. Mr.
DaTls introduced thesuinc soliition two
years no, but wus voted don.i by the
senate An examination ol ttw o'llciai
statement shows that discrejaiicies un
questionably exist, air! one ol tlieoljects
of the Investigation 1 to discover why
the alterations were lua'le. Those altera
lions Involve very lar'e amount,-;. In one
Instance reaching a hundred millions ol
dollars. Ot these Mr. DavIs says he can
point out upward ot lifty, all being w-v
between tbe years IVjS) and 171. A an
Illustration, tbe report ot the trea.-urei
tor VSC'J show the public indebK'tlnes-i-
for tbat year to be f2,4S9,)2,-l.j3. In
the report ol the secretary lor the yeai
iS71 the statement ol thcDUblic liKlcbtf l
nes tor the yearly is $2 aiS.2,21.1.0.
which shows an increase of 50S,Jil.732.-
3G. The statements of the public Indebt
edness for this year (1SC) are the same
la the reports for every year airice.
By reference to the ollieial report oi
the secretary ol the treasury lor 1So2,
it will be seen that the publle indebtetl
ness for the yeanis J5l4,211,371.l3. The
reports of Uie same and aueceeding sec
retaries ol tue trtfaiury up to the year
IS71 show tne public debt for 1S';2 t. hi
the same, but tne stau-nieut lor Wl
shows It to be $324,170,412.1::, an in
crease of almost ten millions ol dollars.
f'hese changes, of which there are many
instances, relative to Uie revenue ci'llte
tions and the statements ot the imblicex
penditures which in every Instanee are
found to have been increased in b71 over
the statements ol previous years. Mr.
Davis says that he has no doubt that a
committee will develop the fact that tbuse
alterations were committed without any
reexamination of the vouchers or any a
connts In the register's olllec. The" reg
ister is the ollieial bookkeeper of thejoy
crnment, and helstheonly one that eoul l
possimy uetect tne errors, u mere were
any, but the alterations were made in the
secretary's oilice. lie thinks there is not
the least dount thai a committee will
tint) that there was a torccU balance mailt
in November, 1S70. One strange fact, he
says, is that previous U that date, and
since 1870 and 1S71, the reports nil n;rec.
The report ol one year agrees all ri"ht
along with that of another, so that there
could be no excuse in saying they had
not trot all their accounts, as so he have
attempted to explain. Ills resolution
was ordered printed and tabled. Mr.
Davis says it is his Intention at a reason
able day to call up the resolution and
press its passage. Jic said he had no dis
position to make political capital out ot
It, and thought this being what is called
an on year," the investigation could be
rendered without a smell ot politic'.
HE IS TKXDKKED TUE ENGLISH MI-SION
nowmr. war forikdon tiik presi
dent. Tha Washington cornpomlui.l of the
Chicago Timts, writing under date of Oc
tober 23d says:
The English mission in Its wandering
tour of begging has passed through many
hands for several weeks, it has been
known that the president and Secretary
hvarts Intended to give this mission to
Pennsylvania. Ilartranft was at llret
thought ot, but as the lieutenant govern
or of Pennsylvania Is a Democrat, elected
on a tidal-wave, combination, the former's
appointment was considered out of the
question. Various candidates v ere can
vassed. Finally it was agr ;-d to leave
tbe matter to Senator Cameron as a means
ol coneillation.which was done by a note
written yesterday by Secreta'y Evarts.
box camkrox was too ii:mca i i:
to nominate his lather and so lie railed a
meeting ot the Republican members
from Pennsylvania at his house, and
(happy thought.') they all armed as one
mai tbat Simon Cameron was the one of
ail others lor the place. 1 his unanimous
selection was to-day reported to Seeretnry
cvarui tiiiu ioiu mis 10 uie I'resiuenu
ine nomination was taken under ndvUe-
nient. As the matter was
JtKFKKUKD TO DON CAMtKON
and bv him submitted to the IVmn-yl-
tauiu uciekaiiuu, u it not taj lo see how
uie oner 01 tuts mission to Simon t an he
avoided. It will be no vlolalien ol am-
cml-aerviee rule, because early In the atl-
uunisiranon it was decided that us the
foreign orUces were purely ornamental,
they would be used, as all offices have
been used, as
J-OUTK AL KtWARDS AND ClKTS.
SSlmon Cameron Is 78 years old. He re
presents, it any man does, the worst ele.
nientsofGrantism. lr he ta appointed,
there will never be any tiiiesilon ot the
president's surrender ul all that he orifr.
Inally claimed for Ills administration.
ine oner oi tins mission will enable
Simon Cameron to get oat of the conn.
try at a most desirable t me. The hn-ai ii.
of-promlsc suit brought by
THE WIDOW OP 01.1 VK ll
U pendiotr, and was to be pushed to trial
at the present tall tarm ot court. There
nas oeen a street rumor ol Ninon's actnnl
appolatment, but It Is based oa the re
sult oi tne rcnnsylvania conference.
The springing of Simon Cameron npou
the administration by the Pennsylvania
delegation is done In such a way that it is
not dear tbat the president can avoid his
appointment. Hayes promised the dele
gat'oo the other day to appoint any nan
upon whom they could agree n0
wnglit tliay might bave selected Wade
, tameroBla the comtor aan.
Legislation by Adjournment-TUo
Private Acts of those Who Mako
Our Public Laws-Tho Moral
Influenoe of the Espionage of
Wires-Who Will Throw tbe
First Stone at Matt Carpenter
Soenoa Around the Copitol
Widow Butler's Maiden Speech,
From our Ri'jular (.ricspondent.
Washington, Oct. '23, 1F77.
There seems to be but littlo disposition
on the part of congress to get to work.
Tho house spent most of last week hi ad
journment, while Ilic senate maneuv
ered, lciiced an J felt tor n
position on tho Louisiana
cist hackneyed, but fircver turslng the
country with new phases. This week
wag IntroJiml with a variation. The
House tilted on the Colorado la-e and
then adjourned till Wednesday (was it
for tho races at I'iiiilico'r), while the Sen
ate adjourned niter a session ol thirty
live minutes. This is, in brief, hat the
43th Congress has done to date in its leg
islative capacity. What the members and
senators have done in their Individual re
lations, is not on record in this world at
lea-t, and will perhaps never he unless
some of them are garrulous In their deep.
I would not make the Impression Hut
tho rrivate lite of politician is much
worati than that ol oih t men, but it
would be well lor our in in is ( be dis-
ahusi'd ol tin-
1 Hl'I.V KI'IUI. X-iVjl.VSK
that ur soldi. are all truly good. Some
ol '.hem may be a pure a snow, Lot the
longer one Maya in Wa-hingtmi the more
skeptical will he become ami the farther
will he go to fee the statesman of long
residence here- to whom "ginj;tr is no: j
hot i' the mouth" and for whom "there j
are no more cakes anil ale."' '
HIE lilllLI.IiNl IA1T CAKl tMl u
was remanded to private lite, not Ixcjii-e
he was woue than the ninety and nine in
t!ii Sodom, but because his wickedm-c.
bad more honest tflrontery about it.
What oilier senators do under assumed
names, and in the penetralia of luxurious ,
committee room, he Liazonea on noiei
registers. There are those as little sus- :
pec ted as Ca-sar's wife, quite as culiable
One learns many things in a lonsr resi
dence: things not easily proted and not
desirable to be proved, for the woman in
the case Is too frequently not of tint
class that has no character to lose. .She
has been brought here and Placed on the
government pay roll by the honorable
senator. She was la society, as the say-
I ig Is, at home, and is in what is call
ed society here; and I only hint at a con
dition of affairs which I know to exist,
and of which others, if they list, could
tell in order to eive reason for the su?-
ecstloii tliat, In tha future, when we elect
a man to congress, we invariably elect his
wife to come with him.
1IIK ESI'IONAHK tin AS AI.KMI Mt.O);OI'
have a r.ioie conservative influence
on the private acts ol those who make
our public Jaws than all the prayers o'.
the government chaplains, with hvinns
and tructs ol the Y. M. C. A. thrown in.
Nor do I mean to hint that the women
in the departments are v.orte than other
women, but many of them are subjected
to Incessant temptations, without the
rcruge of a home, or the defence ol a
family, ami they are lost before they
have time to hesitate, j would not ad
vise a friend to send a daughter herf, un
less she were Ill-favored, ami It is a slg
nillcant fact that the ill-favored arc not
succcsslul in securing- places, in no
place aro "contagious bl.-Wments'' more
imminent than here, where old senator,
as sedate -.a jul.-s, become lcstivc and
prudes as chaste as the Itliican queen be
I have been led into these reflections
by observing the abandon with which the
average member enjoys an adjourrnnant
from day to day in this enchanting t a;i
tul, and by
A KItlES OK l.0Jll;V lABl.tAl'X
that the frequenter ol the capital cannot
help seeing. J-'or instance I obse rved to
day a prominent Democratic memhrr
from Brooklyn cornered in one of tho
deep recesses of, the front lobby, by a to
inale, whom, a Iriend that was with met
pronounectl "sumptious." Whether the
congressman sn :comled to her blaielish-
ments and promised her a place or a vote
for the bill
is no matter or iti.coiii),
but she held him there for an hour, in full
vie w of the passing throng. He looked
a little bored and a little Beamed, or, at
least, one would think he ought to look
that way. But it is eo c Jtnrnon for gor
geously dressed women to keep states
men away from their public duties, and
they have, on important questions, the
kind consideration to leave the govern
ment a quorum, that scenes like this oc
casion littlo remark.
WIPOW liCTM.R MADE 1111 MatDK.f
In the 43th congrew; the curiosity to
hear him, after his long retirement, was
sufficient to fill the galleries, while Demo
cratic members panting for distinction,
and not unwilling to display their cour
rage before their constituents, tackled
the monster with questions, which he
answered with his old readiness. .Mr
Butler was followed on tho Democratic
side by Mr. Springer, of Illinois, an am
bitious member, who Is rapidly soaring
to emlnenoe and distinction, as we would
say, In school; and then Mr. Omer D
Conger, of Michigan, the busoon, and H.
S. Cox, of the ltepubllcan side, made a
funny little speech. Mr. Conifer and Mr.
Cox are only less alike, In ptntntl, than
the two first letters of their names, and
neither Is bad looking.
The impression now is (hat congress,
at it prctcut rate, will exhaust lbs capao
Ity for adjournlna bv the lt nr n...mi....
and will remain In smlon till spring.
The Only Legitimate and
Ai Crairo, Friday,
Cges of flnunat aiitl Inanimate Won
der'", nowhere else exhibited, am; pe
culiar only to Ibis hmv. The on
ly Den of Living. .'Vrforufmg
" i'lefli L.iting Hyena-!
(ij-.t'ii in Hie Src r.
( lnlv lues l.'ver
kizz Eltphsb, Li.::, ai Jir;
Livinsr Sea Monsters
An Aviary of ( irnitholngicid specimens
n plcle with every known specie ot iriitigi
and rare liird", Int-eets, un.l IN prin s 7l
every known charae'er and clinic. A
Museum ol i uriosities. Living 'ht-iinm-enn.
and Str inei' 'agarii's.
M f.l.K I.KUN. In the lcii ol Li. iu:
IIKIIK HIHX iKS, in the Den ol Savage
1 1 V f I Hi 0 . Open 111 the streets.
LIONS, TKiKIiS. Df:o.Mi;DAi:ii:s,
KHItAS, OSTHK IIKS.
Four Immense Tents. A Moving City of Wonders.
DO NOT PAIL TO WITNESS THE PARADE AND TOURNAMENT
The Most Refulgent, Artistic and Elaborate Pageant ever Witnessed.
Be Sure and Get To Town Early. The Parade Starts at 10 A. II.
One Ticket Admits To AU.
i- ii afi; M
tnjf-N'OTK.'i'. This -how does not
I or the protection of vi-.itop.
ONE TICKET ADMITS
Ill-' INTERVIEW WITH THE COMMISMON
TIIK MKUIIEKA OK WHICH II K SaVS MAY
no jij tuk uevii..
St. J.ouls Viil' h : Iii his eonferenee
with Maj. Walsh, of the liominion l'o
llee, concerning an interview with the
commissioners from the l'r;it'd States,
the Indignant Sioux ehiei stated some
very plain truths about the American
(rovernrnent and its manner ot dealing
with the Indians, but consented to the
meeting merely to oblige the police, and
not that he expected anything would
eoineof It. The result is now known.
A meeting tool; place on tin: lSth. I'he
communion met the fndiau chief face to
faee, and failed 'to bring him to any
terms. Sitting Bull was decidedly averse
to any compromise, ami the eonferenee
was abruptly broken oil.
A tew days prior to the meeting, a
party of Xez Perce, consisting of about
fifty men, forty women and a large num
ber of children, w ho escaped from the
Snake Creek battle, arrive! m a sad
and destitute condition, many of them
having been severely wounded in the
arms and legs. Their arrival ereated
great excitement among the Sioux, who
lor a time refus.d to see the commission
ers at ail. but finally were persuaded to
do so. The personal appearance of Sit
ting Hull ami Spotted Kagle at the con
ference Is thus d'-scribed by a correspon
dent ol the New Vork Jleraht:
"At three o'clock Silting Hull entered,
followed by Spott ;d Eagle and the rest of
his train. Now for the lirst time was vis
ible to white men since tho beginning of
the late Indian wars tbe most noted Jn
dian ot the period, and now was made
real cooper's olten derided vWou of mi
Indian's faee. Neither Ignorance uor
cruelty nor layagencss as barbarous ns
any displayed In savage history has de
tracted In the least from tho expression
of manhood and womanliness combined
In Sitting Hull's phyiiogaomy. Less rude
than Stanta's, less sharp than Spotted
Tail s, mote intelligent than Ked Cloud's,
his leatures, like Goethe's, made music to
thesenn'f. lie woreaqiilot.lronlcal mnilo.
a is hlaek hair streamed down along hla
beardless and swarthy cheeks over clean
nitears, not burthened with; ornaments.
His red mourning h?.ndkerehlef was re
placed by a wolf-skin cap. Ills shirt was
a black calico specked with Iwhlto dots.
His blankets wrapped negligently around
him revealed below Its edge a pairot rich
beaded moccasins, tho only finery he
wore. Silent, stnlcly and Impassive this
model aboriginal leader, this scoundrelly
'medicine man," thU rascally foo and
treacherous rrlad, this model, In sooth,
or Machiavellra own sort, squatted him
self on a buffalo robe next tho wall and
took out his pipe and smoked It, and ex
pressed, wltia his Insolent manner, the
follOWIIllf sentiment' 'Thin rnmmliiulnn
which has come to Interview ine can go
to the devil.'
'The war chief flpnlted Eagle, who aat
next to the old Chler Hitting Hull, was a
lur more engaging mid brilliant Ugure to
SUPERB DOUBLE CIRCUS,
Combined Menageries, Meseum and Aviary.
Gorgeous Spectacular Tournament and Panoramic Pageant. A
Mite of Glittering Magnificent Oriental Display, and ,
Multudinous Attractions; 1500 Living Wild Animals
Strange Beasts, Birds and Reptiles, 1000 Men '
.Monter Uolden Cars and Chsrlots
have been built expressly (or this
Mirnosc, rclulycvt in uliitcrlna; dte
orations, ond ornamented with de
signs an.l pictures ot historical events
ami celebi ltes of the Involution of
LIVING GROTTPS A 8TA1TJE8
raiiretn-Btlng Industry, commerce A
civil'xiition, the snny and navy, the
fioddei. or Liberty seated in her teni,
pie. 1 In rirelinli! oftl.M yrand let -the
heautiful tiolilen cur .it Kutrcpe
continiiiK the Golden Comet fiuiel
ol 'JO inii-l. iun"
CUR ARENIC PEERS.
Ann; 'tii.lr thu t rm.li .l.bu
tUlt fi- . f.l.VAT.r.' WZAVUJ'.1L-. X ritA -'WM
il'eter Omkliii, tho king of fun ami
pastime, .luuryanu eoyre, aitouni
in' aeriulintN. Tbe Hollands, with
ihi t. Know i!OLrea eiius s. i.enie
arlivtlo gymnasts and acerobats
WORLD'S GREATEST EXHIBITION.
permit or countenance any Gambling or
TO THE ENTIRE SHOW, 50
the eye, He was naked to the waist, a
belt full ot Wlnchest'T rifle eartridgas
was slung over his bronzed shoulders,
his muscular breast and arms were
daubed with white paint, his hair was
knotted In Irnnt the knot thrust through
with an eagle's feather he wore a charm
around his neck adorned with pendant
plumes, he carried a lance with three
projecting knifeblades attached to the
. staff near tho top, forming a lance and
tomahawk in one. His waist and legs
! were swathed in a superb buffalo robe,
His every movement was graceful, de
i Gen. 'Jerry, on behall ot the commis
sion, made the lormal address, which
wa translated by his interpreter, and
listened to with stoical Indifference by
tho Indians, who, at Its conclusion, ut
, terly refused to accede to the terms of
fered, or to rctiun to the Unitsd States
upon any conditions, sayiiiir they were
tired of soft words and fine promises,
i onl y made to ho broken, and preferred
, to remain for the present in the country
of their "wait2 mother," by whoso treat
! ment, since irolntr to British soil, thev
seem to have been favorably Impressed,
Tho conference thereupon ended, and thu
commissioners returned, having entirely
failed to accomplish the object ol their
At a recent meeting in Huston of the
.school committees and superintendents
of Norfolk county, one speaker saidono
, result of the teaching In our common
schools was the Inability to think. Our
schools are ull wrong. Ak a question ol
a young lady in the. high school, ami if
she lias no quotation from a book on the
end of her tongue, she replies that she
docs not know. Another member said
it Is how to teach that our primary teach
ers want to understand, rather than what
to teach. That is the main idea. He
would have pupils taught by topics rather
than from page to page. The quality of a
teacher Is regulated by the frcsdom
which Is nlloivcdj to him or her.
Col. Paikcr, of yumcy, attacked the A,
H, C method, which is opposed to the
science of education. Our method ol
teaching by text books, also, Irom page
to page, Is false. A science Is taught bv
steps. The first twe years of primary
education nro tho most Important; and fl
that Is wrong, thero is no teacher In the
universe who can eradicate tho vlttutlon
tho child has received. Tho schools with
teachers of Ignorance Is common. "How
ninny stupid, ignorant teachers there are
in this commonwealth ! Don't rear your
costly bulldlncs and then .4111 theni with
I air. II im- Ml and Try Tbeiu.
i Having discharged lr. Lower and
; ronovatod my hath rooms, with the addl
; Hon or o new receiver alter the latest
and most convenient style, I shall taka
, great pleasure In giving baths either
medicated or othcrwle, to all who may
call on Die,
lui fjH, D, AHTblt.
Reliable Show This Year
October 26, 1BT7.
WSfy?VUs lenged to tho World.
fef Kom Arliii Una iaj Slow toc&j
W0W$: J?emale Gymnasts. Tra-
Wild animal loose In tbe street
Immense (.-olden tableaux nira
ilruwn by elephants, camel, Ao.
PROCESSION OF swau
An emlls cavalcade of knJahta.
ano ladies In armor, mounted oa
beautt.ul steeds, rlcblr eompari
aoiied in 1 accourted. The entire
rellnue gorgeously decorated and
painted in tbe most elaborated
-tylt, with Ilibiieal itlurtratlonn
and ctiarviertattc Kiiptnril
tvents, nif tliolnrii'sUnd clai.:al
OUR LADY CHAMPIONS.
Mii .Minnie Marks, tbe mutt
ditrlnx and (racelnl hartiback
e'lintriaoDe; M ile itosa Itcnlrtu.
the elticul artist. M'lle Vau
a-idt, the wonderful aerlali.t;
Mia Marietta, the wotinderful
gyinnaat; also .Mlas Kate Uorris.
Liquor Selling about the show ground'.
CENTS. CHILDREN UNDER
Titer l IMuger A brad.
When those usually active little organs,
the kidneys arc neglectful of their duties
ami grow sluggish, latty degeneration,
Hnght's disease, diabetes, and other dan
gerous maliadles, are the result of neglect
to remedy this inactivity by medicinal
means. When the all important func
tions of the kidneys arc imperfectly dis
charged, those organs need stimulating,
and the best possible agent for that pur
posesince it perlorms its olrlce without
exciting them Is Hostctter'a Stomach
Hitters, which, In combination with Its
tonic and cathartic properties, possesses
valuable qualities as a diuretic. Both
klfneys and bladder arc strengthened by
it,;and the vigor which It imparts to them,
and the gentle but effectual Impulse
which it giyes to their operations, is the
best possible guaranty against their be
coming diseased. The bitters are Invalua
ble in other respects as well as the above,
since they remedy general debility, nter
Ine troubles, chills and fever, dyspepsia.
constipation, gout, rheumatism, and
, other ailments.
; Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. Tho tauaes which
1 produce it aro such as cold, Irregular
! living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
: &c. In large cities where edge tools
! and agricultural implements are manu
! factured, the grinder protects his lungs
I from the injurious cflects of the dust
flying oil tho grinds tono by wearing a
respirator. Tho coal miner cro ho de
scends the shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against fire-damp.
Now it Is equally necessary lor those
who arc brought In contact with any ol
tho causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provldo themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against It, the home stomach bitters.
X failure Kuowd.
'There is no case on record where Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
Horehound has tailed to give satisfaction.
On the other hand, whenever it has been
used by our people, In severe eolds,
coughs, asthma, bronchitis, croup,
whooping-cough and consumption, they
are enthuslastlo In Its praise. Contain
ing no opium or other dangerous drug,
It docs not constipate, and la sale to ad
minister In all conditions of health. This
la an Important announcement, and the
suffering aro advised to heed It. Trial
slzo, 10 cents; large sizes, SO cents and
One Dollar. Sold by Barclay Broa.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's rieas
ant Worm Syrup, whloh Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requlrai
no physic. Price 2S cents; Try It.
7 . .-. .
a separata Tent and without extra
Charge will be exhibited the
Combined Double Circus
this Department Competion is CbtU
The jM rf. cteil esseneo ol arenlc art demon
.rated. Kvery leadinir act in the rina duDli-
-; - ed In friendly conteMa by rival chainplona
lOO Male and Female Per
': formerm. ftO Trained
Fur Famed Clowns
Five Champion UJy ttlden; Tbrse CbaB
plon Barebtvk Itiders: Double PomanaultGim.
nast; Twj Troupes of Acrobats; The 6mt
German Athletes; Tin Ortat Fesaale Cattatiaeo
ic; Sea Monsters, rltrane Reptiles; Uara Birds.
special I'tiltel States Detective is employed
9 YEARS, 23 CENTS.
The attention of the public la callad
to this great improvement In
(hrsen tf Im Mi Bin it t Tul.
Call at the '
luuu i:l C:',!ir fut&,
NO. M COMMERCIAL AVE.,
and examine and be convinced of ta
great superiority of this new collar over
the old style hard and stiff collar now In
use. It is a well-known fact that every
day large numbers of horses are rendered
unfit tor service by chnfflng, caused by
the use of the old style collar, and tbat
by tbia means many horses are made to
balk. This new collar will obviate all
THE TUHXEY HORSE
Is the best made. Come and ate them
atll9Commrelal avenuejbol of Seventh
COME AND SEE HE !
( am now offering my entire
far tbe Next Thirty ye
Ai 1 iit'eiul to quit the hirnutH,
PARTIES IN SEARCH OF BAR.
GAINS SHOULD MOT FAIL TO
GIVE ME A CALL.
L W ALDER,
Cor. Oth Street and Ohio Ley.
Xurlev n Boll
J. D. QEANE, Prop ,
Late ef the It Oharlee.
RATE8: $3.00 PER DAT
a, ioo M4 dual aHaM tul W-owu LV2k X
aimHairi laajawPT llaTiaV W etW
rana, W.O.U aaalaaMtf a Mn
Manrri aa tat Uaa tnm la taa 1
Dlka imMtm amanlatia aaa aaa