IS Tenth Street. Thornton's
SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 27, 1SG9
JOHN H. OBERIrY & X)
THE OFFICIAL PAL' Hit OF THE CITV
fin, hi'i.i.ktiv in tub oniy uaii.y
IMI'KK l. MOLTIIEIl.Y ILM.VOIN.
TO I'ARTIEN EftlKOHM OV RKAcYlIxIl
, Tiii:.Hocrn:uxTKAin:. tiii: iiim.k.
TI.V II Till: MONT UKSIKAIILi; AUVKIt.
TIMIKO .IKDIC.H IN ILLINOIS.
I'arlscontaina .10,000 ahoemafcera.
Most of the nickel used In making
enta comes from Camden, N. J.
It la salil Ironically, . perhap that
blacksmith forge and Meal every dav.
The tallesl American are raited In
Ororglu, and the shortcMIn New York.
Hrle, i'a.. boasts of tho largest debt 0
ny city oftn size la the United States.
Tl, TMlltn nf .. I . ml
000 carriage from n builder In Now York
Wlaconaln tftate Prison contain 807
It is said that Thomas Carlylt Iiiih
tnadeoverSJGO.OJO by IiIh pan.
Monutnenta to Mr. Peabody are to be
erectad In Baltimore und In Central Park,
Among the Imports of Nw York lait
week, wcro two KIIon of Reranlurn oil,
valued nt W29.
Mr. Marahall tracea the Prealdent'f.
genealogy back to Matthew Grant, who
came to America in HMO.
It la said that $7,000,000 of
sapua. in being expended thla rear In
Improvements In Oeorcla.
1 lit latest wrinkle In the fothlonablo
or!d la to glva morning reading parties,
;o wuicn gentlemen are Invited.
i wogontlemenout prospecting along
he Denver Pacific Itailroad track, came
tcrosaa Heard of one thousand antelons.
ah old tobacco chcircr fiuda that th
3Ible suaUiua hla favorite habit. Hw
motes: "It. that ia filthy, let him b.
A I - .1 I. ... ...
iuj 111 Cania uara, Cal., had (o
iae a ng amputated in consequence
if an Injury received by kneeling on a
One walnut log from Canada has cone
n wetroii 10 Oeeutap, and If the wood I
good aa expected, the lioarda will 1..
A roan died In Auiharst. Vt.. a fw ilnv
Ince, of a well deYcloped casejof glanders.
tlaauppoed he contracted the dlaeaso
mm aoma ho rue.
The lato Admiral Ktewart waa made a
Jaaon In Philadelphia nearly tifty.four
ago, and throughout the terra of
the Tii'oivvrLL tka;i:by I
A'TUAI FOK TOOLS.
THE MOST INGENIOUS DODUK YET.
HKMl'I.ATOItM ATTACK KKJn I.Aimit-'.
KRri AND ARK RKF17I.KKU.
la membership exhlbltod great
nd affection for the Order.
Korty-seven men who were drawn
irora for one county of Oeorgla were
xciimiI from servico on accoudlof hav
ig young bablm at home, and the court
djourned "until baby acavmi Ii over."
Aauppoe wealthy family, occupying
nt of the fluest of the Fifth avenue
lanaiona, has Just flad to Kurope In ar
ara throughout the city to the amount
f 176,000. "One half the world knows
ot how the other half IItos," i Indeed,
true say lug.
Many of the moat voluable Islands off
loCaUforhla.ctoatwIlt neiteeefton be
voted to the growth of the tlner kinds
f upland ootton. The planters expeect
make more raonoy to tho acre than by
ontlnulng the growth oftlie San Tsland
Indianapolis has appropriated SfiO.OOO
ir a prNon, to bo devoted exclusively to
'omen nnu girls Hitherto culnrits of
ala class Iiata either received very light
intf UOf Or rnnnf nl fma nn on......
0 "-t-w ..bV UVI.UUIU Ul
io tenderlieartedness of tho authorities.
The Now Orleans 'Picayune' Baye that
hlte labor from the Wont is fast Undine
way to Attafcauan, and that thin be
Inning will bo followed by Jargo imm
era In inother year. On the whole, tho
'icayuna' thinks Chinese labor may yet
e dispensed with.
Thoae indlvIduaU ou the shady side of
rty, who have not succeeded in making
rtuues, will find consolation in the fact
tat Mr. Peabody accumulated tho bulk
f hla wealth during the last twenty-Uvo
ears of his life; At fifty he was worth
A I - . -
vw more than ?oo,QOO.
Prince Humbert, who will succeed
'lotor Emmanuel as King of Itnly, Is
bout twenty.four years of age, married,
r equablo temperament, but owlnglto
ie inUuenue of his early assoeiates and
jo example of his falher.ls by no means
nice young man,
,Au able engineer estimates the loss of
oracs, extra wear of vehicle, nnd ox
1 hor3e ehoeiug In the cities of the
nlted aiates, occasioned, by black stone
nd cobble utone paromenta as follows
n horses, $10,000,000; on vehicles'
30,000,000; and on how flhoelng'
12,000,000, making a total of 30,OOQtooot'
The"glrlof tha period," one hundred
araago, wore sharp needle In the top
f her stays, whioh pricked her chin tin.
we ahe held her head up.
f Kru:n th Mnmphli Aynltnclie, JJtb.
Tho steamer Louisville, which arrived
in this city yesterday morning from
above, 'iroughr among her passengers ii
deputy MicriU'of Obion county, having In
clmrgoa Jlr. Willis Jones, of Tiptonvilie,
a villugo about ono hundred und fifty
miles ubovo this city. .Vo learn from
Mr. Jones, ihn Ih 11 Houthern man and a
gontiemnu, the following particulars of
tkc affair for which he Is now under ar
rest; and, taken altogether, if tho facts
ure us related, It is one of tho most Infa
mous und diabolical outrages that has
ever been perpetrated on the soil of Ten
If. !.... ..1.1... . I... . l. .. .
1 .111. u niuiuB 11 1 air 11c 13 n UlllZCn 01
; Ublon oounly, fettled at Tiptonvilie,
wiero he ii merchandizing lie also htu
a farm near Tiptonvilie, which 1m cult!
rated by iome negroes, most of whom
were his former slaves, but who hav
stayed by him and behaved themselves
in itiu most exemplary manner. Xot
withstanding their unlfd'mly xood char
acter, for two years past they have been
subjected to all rcunucr of annoyances
nnu erucuies uy oouics oi men terming
ujfiuei ves "iieguiuiora."
On Monday night, a wee!c ago, Mr.
Jones was vitItkd ut this nlace and notl-
tied by thcte regulators and that negroes
were armeu, or nau urms in uieir pos
session, and that they must give them
up, or they (the regulators) would dla-a-m
them. ISellevlng that tho negroes,
mi iuukii uiey uaeu ineir arms tor no
unlawful purpose, had' as gMI n right lo
uiui us mo regulator. .Mr. Jonas no in
r .1 . I V. .. .1 .. ... m . .i .i. . . .
i vi iii cu ujcui, nnu iiuiuit'u fcuem iiihl iic
would protect his servauta in their rights
man nazarus. vun mis answer they
wont away, after rclteratiuc their deti-r-
mluutlon todlsurra the negroes.
Mr Jones Iniuiedluatelv notified tlw
negroes of the threats, und told them tu
nut tiicmselvcs in n thorouch stutu of
uereuse, and make every preparation
for ttie raid. This was done, and the
week woro on without a further visit
from the regulators, until tiatuday night
came. This was the evening, however,
on which they wrc most certainly
looked for, from the first, and all was
held In readiness to irlve them a warm
About eight o'clock the door of one of
the cabins was suddenly burst open, and
a. half dozen masked men. armed with
revolvers burst In and commenced
llrlng their plitols. They were answered
by a volley Irom the lumstes.who dmvu
(hem precipitately fnun the canm. As
they fell back Into the vard, lrc was
oiiencd on them from another cabin.
and three of tho number full, and the bal
mier, not dreauiiui: of such a recentlon.
precipitately Ued, leaving tlielrdead aud
wouuueu ou tnc uein.
jiiiMits were procurrcu as soon as pos
sible, nnu tue nouies were examined.
une wits round to bc(ienu,;wia tile othor
two. mortally wounded. On removintr
tne masus, air. jonee was norror struck
to And that thoy were all young men
with whom he was acquainted. ind of
respectable connection.". 1 lie dead man
was named Jtobert Ulckenson, a youth
of not over twenty years of age, who
liven fume six or eigni miles over the
Kentucky border. Uno of the wounded
men was a cousin of Mr. Dickenson. He
was alive nt the last accounts, but It was
Impossible for him to survive. The
other wounded man, whose name we
did not learn, died shortly after being
rentovea. xie torn -ir. Jones mat lie
had been inveigled aud deceived into
this Infamous atlulr.
The uews of the atlalr spread with
great rapidity, and on Buudmy the ex
citement of too people knew uo bounds.
Hundreds visited the sccno, among
them, no doubt, tho rent authors of the
outrage. Tho b'hcrill aud his deputies
arrested six of the negroes cn Sunday
morning, und, fearing that tho frluuds
of tho killed and wounded men would
commit sorao deed of vlolauce, started
with them to Troy to put them lu Jail
the're. When about half way thoy' hal
ted to spend the night at the houu of a
preacher named Jiluckshears. Immedi
ately after dark a party of armed, but
unmasked, men rodo tip to tho house,
and after n short parloy, took the prison
era from tho custody of the oflicera. Uy
oarncst entreaty tho latter proruliod ou
them to release ono of tho poor crcttirei,
but tho other Uto wero hurried into tho i
road and shot to death without mercy
by theso flctulsln human slinpt. This
dono they returned toward Tiptonvilie.
The guards Htate that they know every
one of them. If this ii the cno their
necks should pay the penalty for their
Mr. Jones meanwhile, whose lifo was
also threatened for his bhvo and fear.
less course, at tho olioltution of his
friends, surrendered himself to the do
puty sherifT, and taking the steamer
Louisville came to this clfy,
This h a brief outline; ae wo net It from
Mr. Jones, of one of thtf most terrible
tragedies aud infumoua outrages, that
It has over been our disagreeable duty to
have to iccord.
HOW .EV YORK RUAKI'KKW I'ltAC
,TIOf. 0. n'RKTCRM K.VAVISH Ai1I
Tho means taken by scoundrel's to
"raise the wind" are innumerable, and
some of them arc remarkably ingenious.'
The counterfeit money dodge, however'
vviii;u uiu ucwuuiu ijuuu MummOllf IS 80
transparent mat nouu uui tiioe who are
ioois as wen as Knaves win bo taken in
oy 11. 1 no scouuureis wuo attempt this
souemo nro auarp enougu not to render
tuemseives uauic to tuo pcnltontlary.
oy Bonding out counterfeit uiouuy, but
uepeuu on 1110 gullibility or mankind ror
pecuniary returns from their circulars
and then muko themaelves scarce, with
,.. , . . ....
uui, it is naruiy necessary to suy, send
ing back the remarkably accurate coun-
terieiinotes wuicn tuey iiromlse.
uho following lithographed circular,
nuurcaseu to a geutieman of this cltv
...I... ! 11 . . . "J
viu nuaicfij cuuipuoiPnieil by til O
"confidence reposed In him" la belnir
scattered freely over tho country. It Is so
elaborately gotten up mat some natural
rascals will bp fooJUu euongh to send on
their money, which they hear of no mora
forever, .as. they richly decerves.
The purported extract from tho 'Her
ald' alluded to In the precious document
speaks of tho discovery of counterfeit
money so skillfully maUo ns to In. v.rv
dangerous tho Item Itself being probab
ly u part of the scheme.
nero is the circular:
"DKAKtilR: Bellevlm? TOIl ill lit. "Inn.
blue' wo will introduce lor vonr mn.l.l.
eratlon a mutter which will Mm m m
of putting many thousands of dollars in
your pocket in a very short tlm. Wo
have now on hand, ready fer circulation,
$fJ),Cm In ?l, und .j bills. They are
tho best counterfeits ever put on th?
market, and we defy the trenmirr nr.
perts themselves to detect them. Timv
are of the same size as tho genuine, aro
printed on tlret-class paper, aro correctly
numbered, aud uro so uxceedlnelv wi.il
executed In every respoct that they can
&ot possibly bo detected even bv tin. aid
of a powerful microscope. We have them
SOW each. We will
or 51 hills forSoO:
shall ehurife SiiKi fur
31,0X) ou the W bills, as the engraving of
IM.IftOlM vks I UAI. ii. It.
Wo take pleasure in copying from tho
Centralla 'Sentinel' the following well
merited mention of the Illinois Central
t.raIlroad and Its worthy Gen. Supt., Mr.
Weaie always pleased to notlco otI
denco of progresi and .enterprise on the
part of the Illinois Centrul road, and un
der the efllclent and energetic manage
ment of Marvin Hughllt, the General
fcjuperlntendent of this road, evidences
multiply In frequent succession. At one
tlmo it Is the addition of whole trains of
cars, surpassing In elegance and comfort
tnoso now on any road In the Wt-st. or
the country; again it Is the extension of
the road by leasing other roods that en
lurgo its facilities and add greatly to tho
accommodation or tho traveling public;
and now wo have to mention an evld
enco of enterprise and adoslre toaccom
raodato the traveling public that Is
worthy of notice. Through trains, with
first class sleeping couches, have been
put on to run between Cairo and St.
Louis, and Dubuque und St. Louis, via
vHuuuna. witnout mango or cars.
These trains will leave each of tho above
mentioned places dally, Saturday ex
cepted, and with this tho company's
Chicago and St. Louis train, via EflW.
hum, will make the Illinois Central route
to aud from St. Louis the most Donulnr
and convenient rotito for business men
It lias heretofore been a irrcat annov-
anco to tlie St. LouIh traveler to havo to
change curs in order to reach that city.
That dlfllculty is now obviated by the
Illinois Central, and we havo urn doubt
that thelrcnternrlse will he fullvannro.
elated by tho nubile.
.n iRiti icii: shorn of
rvH ami vo.kssi: dincaiiii:ii,
Ajro tmi:tiii; ii.vn as .yiotukr
tKromdiC forost (P.i.1 iUpul.licju.)
The Rev. D., a Metliodiit minlater,
.Stationed at Meadville aomo yeara nro,
I one evening received a note inform
ing him that a couple living In the sub
urbs of the city desired to bu united in
the bonds of matrimony, and requested
his services at 9 o'clock lu tho morning.
At the proper time he went to tho house
designated. He innuired of tin vnnntr
the plate cost us considerable morn tlin ' lady who was busy washing dishes if
for the others. If you desire to feel vour tbt-'ro wasn't a couple there who wished
way ueioro investing largely we will oe to marneu.
CHAPPED LIPS !
1!JX CVRE THEJli rjP.
THY ONE BOTTLE!
ui b iiuweriui inicroscoj
put up In packages of ?C
soli you $000 of the $1 .
$1,000 fortlOO. Wush
jy ISSOLUTION- NOTICE.
Thj. ropMtnirship ho rrtornrs exlotliiif bclwen A.
A. II. tljf.lo 1 C6.. h. Oils .y boon dlloltr. Ly
muiBjj con-H-nt. Mr. Haul trill coDllnna tli bur-
n-l l wilhorfiwi 4i fofitct Ml ileUt tine th rtmt.
Cairo 111., c,r. l, luflj. a,, if. LYUB;
""-' T'1 P. O. HA n I..
Q IT Y "ioLXK"
send you J.500 upon receipt of 0 or 1 10,
which ever you see in to itend us, and
pou may pay tlio balance within Ufteen
lays after receiving the bills, or we will
ran unuiyuu arrive. Any railroad tick
t agent wilt take them because he can-
lot detect them. Don't ahow mnniii,n
;.)U ui a tune, ion ii.ny rorm khuq idea
about the quality ,f our stock by reading
juuiuseu fiirnui cut rroia tue 'iieruld.'
Vou can well alFord to remit the bulanco I "John, .
in two hours, but we wlilglvo you plenty i bereJ'
oftlme. The stock is In a safe place and Jolinlc:
"I am the lady," said sho blushing.
"Johu will bo here in a moment."
Tho minister was surprised to see no
preparations, aud stepped to tho door to
view the surroundings Two men were
hard at work grinding scythes in the
yard, and another, who proved to be tho
"John,' was ten ling a cow and calf
Tlie joungindy came to tho door ami
John, hurry up; the preacher's
V. I. IIALMDAV, Prt-ildeBtl
A. n. SAKKOHD, Caalilcri
WAI.TKR IIVNLOP, Aaalitant Ciihlir.
fl. hTATTS TATLOlt,
GEO. I). WlLUIAMHON.
A. 11. HAPKOllU.
we ueiy too auarjiest detectives In rfew
um, umess you oiow on us, wnicu wo
Know you will not do. Alwavn fmi
money by express or registered letter.
ve win do tnc same, tlien nothing will
be lost in the malls and overriding will
work hurmonlously between us, If yon
preier wo win ecnu it oy express C. O.D.
. . .... .i.ii.. . i . .
ui tuneui uu ueuvery, pucKeu in SUCH a
way tti not. to exclto the suspicion Hint It
Is money. Then you may pay $a or $10
on delivery, and tho balance within the
time gpecilled. Depend upon it wo aro
in earnest in this matter, mid if you will
take hold of It in the proper manner you
can maKe .-u.ovj oeiorc two months.
Wo huve taken every nrecautln In tho
execution of these notes to rouder you as
safeas if you were handling good mouey
tor ueiter execuieu oins wero never iuued
In the world. Incase vou should ln In.
mscreei enougu to let i: be kuown to
any ono, uon't mention where It catno
from. Wo havo the refutation In Now
York of belnc men of itood stannlni?.nn(I
tuercrore. we will never bn Riim.f-iPii nf
dealing in counterfeit money. If you
could munngo to cotneou, show this en
velope to the man at the desk aud he
will introduce vou: we could thou frpnU
talk about tho matter nnd make arrange
ments for a blsr business. Don't memim.
any thing about counterfeit money, as ho
win i-ruieiiu not to iiuuerstntid you. Jlo
will know what's up. Wo imploro you
not to betray us In eaao von im nnt In.
cllnedtogoln. Stato what denomina
tions YOU Wish, how miiph. nil lilini-
destroy this or send it back. Address
plainly. .1. P. WATniis A Co.,
107 .Broadway, Now York.
P. h. Depend upon it, as lone as vou
aio true to us you will never bo out of
The last number of Harper's 'Weekly '
contains wood cuts to Illustrate Its poil
tloiiH which may be tersely expressed
All Irish look like baboons.
Pope Plo Nino Js surrounded by the
boues of his victims.
Catholicism . la oppoaed to Christianity.
Tho Popp la a bloody old mounter. 4
Old rollglous( animosities nnd strife
shttdld bo kept Up:
Tills is the papor that assumes to
Itaelf a Journal of civilization,
rm: .oiu.r: ut;i man as a nuiciih:.
Thesincular attempt of the Indian
convicts HorooDrlrer and LlttJo Wolf to
commit eulcldo at Omaha on tho 20lh
inat., has already been announced bv
telegraph. Tho Omaha 'itepuhllcari'
givss tho following description of this
attempt: "After dinner, Horso Driver
aud Little Wolf secured a stick apiece
and proceeded to put an end to them
selves as follows: Littlo Wolf fell Into
possession of tho shortest stick, n round
rnd of hard wood about six Inches in
length, sharpened somewhat at one end.
Tills ho drovo, by tho exertion of much
rorce, by pressing against the wall, 4
aunui, u iiiuu itnun quurier into Hlw
ohest, between tho ribs. It took n trnmi
Jerk on tho part of Jailor Heese to pull
too implement or dcstruetl n from tho
place where it was imbedded. Horso
.urn-el, wnose suck was aoout a root and
a half in length, thrust It down his
throat until not a sign of It was to bo
seen, Tho two, however, nftor they had
thus "slicked'' themselves, could uotre
fraln from natural grounlngs, and so
their games wero discovered. Soveral
doctors were sont for, no of whom null
ed tho stick fro;n the stoninch of Horso
Driver. It in avldont that both mon
havo glveu themselves bad wounds, but
Is not thought either will will produce
aped the fence and rushed In
the houxe, she wined her hands ou her j
upron,aud after Joining hands, said they I
were ready. Tho minister proceeded, '
and had Just got through questioning the j
the young man when tho old woman
rushed to flio room, shouting: 1
"John, John, you dldu't turn the cow
away from the calf!"
Ho let go his sweothcart's hand in
stantly, and rushed into the barnyard,
and put tho the old cow through tho
bars, and then returned to tho house,
again he tood his position, when tho '
remainder of the coremon was nerform.
ed. Tho mluUter wont his way. John i
went to tho hay-field, and tlieladv con- !
tlntiod her dish-washing.
Ejelian,'p, Coin, and United State?. Koud
llntiglit and Hold.
DevuiiU JUetited, a4 o Otneral
MIE FIHST NATIONAL BANK
iiokt. iv. 2m.LH.11
Collwtlons Promptly Attended to,
Kxtiliaiigc, Coin, Bank Nolu and VmittA
Boixclit axxcS. MolCt.
Q. D. WILLIAMSON, j
w ii o i-t 1: s x ii 12 a n o o k ic .
I'RODfCK AND COIMIiiJIO.N I
3VT 3G3 2Tt C3 33C A- T '
S 70 Ohio Lever. Cairo. III. J'U" "Aljfc,
u . .' " J-1
.-1'rv Hill-muni pi I'll ! . .,n TlinHlUI Hl'l nilICK
Allowed on Tine DcpetlU.
IKHiDS VIK GHOCI-3RN,
Aolrfr'i con itAatlr on hind mad romrloln
SCOTCH AM) HUSH WlflSKVTNILV
Pari, Mnilrli-a, Sherry and CalHivbn)
JOHJt W. TROVKIt Jt CO.,
imOKEILS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS
Eighih itrrri, anson i rfoor om Com. At,,
uo, jiorr run
. HIM) f'OS VELEIUIATF.I) U'lIhEI.-
IXC ALE. 1
f Ml f X.-Ul.i V I V tor CASH. (owIhaIi u.t IHV.rilll.A 1
fctllMUllill llf 1 Iu,j I'H J buvi r.
rl''HI ntlontion panl to Dllina ordfri.
AIho, rtze Tickcu from
Ltvtrpoat, Lawion, Jlaprc, Jtitveru, UrtiMvt
and Jlamburp, to .Ann torh,
Or to any point W'vi I.
MTColleotlou ma le on any point In Kurope,
(huetiswarp, Bar Fixtures, Glasawart
110U8K Kunxisiiixt; good,
Not. 1 NO nil J 167, Com. A v. I CAIIIO 11,1m
COMMISSION AND FORWARD ING
$taiulaiii White Huu
' Prime Conprnigis
3VC E II C
1 lot, corner
EAP Now Co((gn nU "threw
ut anJ KUtccntl. ttnl.
UtJUN fllLBKRV. AtlT
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