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THJfl OAlllO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, aOGUST 29, 1873.
omnTl Vtprr ol this Cl.y n;1
Cossssir. th. Mominir niiT
rsr rnlilUh'J la Jsotsllse rss llllnola,
JOHN H 0HK1U.V. K.dltnr and rubllsbor
anCHMS OFTHk"dAiLi I'tll.LKTIN :
Una week, by carrier ...t 2
Oae year by carrier, In advance 10 00
Una year by carrier It liol pild In
ajvance 2 00
Une month, by mall 100
rtrea months 3 00
Six month f 2f
Una year 10 00
TUB DOLLAIt WKKKLY 1IULLKTLH
John II. Oberly has reduced the tubscrtp
tlon price of the Weekly Caiko Hclltij
to On Dollar per annum, making it tho
eheapsttpipdr published In Southern Illlnol
Besadlnt; iimllrr on e.cry finer.
McriiYsnoRO proclnct, In Jackion
county, has a lsrmors' club called the
Murpbysboro Farmers' Cluk
The Uolconda 'Herald' exhibit a
ttroak of meanness of which it ihoulJ le
ashamed. In a lato lnuo it laid tho Hon.
Jobn M. Crobs was spending n portlcn of
that 5,000 dollar grab at Minneapolis
Minnesota, It it not possible that tho
'Herald' it ignorant of tho fact that Mr,
ureos returned his bnck pav at tlio oar-
Heat possible moment after receiving it,
and toil attempt to injuro him by tho pub
lication of a falio statement, I unworthy
even tho oJltor uf a Kidic.il newspaper.
"Wr havo rccolvcJ the first issue of the
'Industrial Ago, published at Chicago.
The 'Age, according to it prospectus, it
"devoted to tho interests of the people,
'and will co-operate with tho patrons of
'husbandry, farmer's clubs, chambers of
'Commrco, merchants and working mcn'ii
'associations in securing to labor and
' enterprise their legitimate rowards." It
will be a non-partisan weekly paper and
will number among Itt contributori sumo
of tbo best writers of tho day. It it a
thirty-two column papor of flno appear
ance, aud it edited by .1. A. Noonan, 3.
M. Smith and S. T. K. l'rime. At a jour
nal devoted, to tho Interest! of farmers
and laborert of ull "latsos, wo with it
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Til Cold tattlers of Adntni and llrown
counties, In thli state, proposo to indulge
in their fifth annual re-unlon, on tho 4th
and 6lh of September next, and havo in-
vited Hod. Richard Yatestoaddrett thorn.
in reply, Mr. ales says liu accept tho
invitation with reluctance, dlstrustine hit
..!!:... . . . . .
w.i.t; hi uivui uven mo uioiimoderalonx
pectatlont. "Though not una of lliuold
est," he tayt, "yut Mill 1 hid nn old tut
'tier. Forty-three years ago, in IS30, tlio
'fall beforo tlio "Deep Snow," at tho ago
'of twelve years, I traveled on horseback,
' with my grand old father, through Ceil
'tral aud Southern Illinois, and in the
'trring of 1831, settlod In Springfield,
' Men icarce born, now tho flourishing cup
'ltal of this groat stale."
Tue contest for county superintendent
of icbooli in Jackson county, promises to
be intetotting. There ant, nt present, two
candidates, both ladles; both nro tolera
bly young, und ono is, if not bounti
ful, at leatt good-looking. Olio is tingle,
the Other uiarrlod. One will bo tl.u an-
didato of the Republican county conven
tion, and will bo elustionueriii for us its
other candidates will bo tlio other will
be an independent cundidnte, und will lot
her general roputation hi n lady and u
te.icher do tho work for her. Tho 'Argus'
etpoutos the cause of one, arid the 'Kra'
takes up the cudgelt for the other, and
between Meeker, tho married, and Dun
can, tho tingle, It It hard to tell whch
From surface indications wo aro led to
believe that thero is n row in tho ltadicnl
camp of Jackson county. The 'Observer,'
the organ of tho ol J tteady-going, whir
key hating liopubllcans.talks like un organ
that proposes to hold lack in, and possi
bly kick out of tho tracer. Tho 'New
Era,' the organ of "tho boys.'' a rip-staving
ltadical paper, racy, uble, I.oganish,
and with u hankering after frco-trado In
whltkoy and any crumbs thu may drop
from tho official table, hat itlrrod up tho
lary old boyt with a pointed long polo,
hat taken theintido track and is ahead on
the course, Us elitor, a gentlemun under
the rote bush, runt tho political machin
ery, and basks in the smiles of John the
senator, and Ike tho representative. Aud
therefore tho editor of tho UUerver ' it
ungry-vory angry. liut ho will fall
iuto line, He mutt. Ho will, when tho
party orden, eat dirt like a Digger In.
dlan, and Johnny Ii. will lead him. Hut
now it tho accepted time In w hkh to rally
tho farmer boys. The Kra ' i. ,,n,,n,n,l
to the anti-monopoly move ..etit, and the
uosorver It neither fl.h, fi .sh nor fowl
If tbo farmers ihould nw n.i....... .
ticket for the county ollliet, the 'Ob
erver' would fall iuto hue. nut that It
would lovo the farinort more, but because
St would love Uarton let c. The Democrats
should act tentlbly and remain out of the
ght. l'oitibly tbey will. Occasionally
Democrats do not make mistakes, forget
to exorcise tbo quality of bull-hcudednoss
which distinguishes them, und become
temporarily wise politicians, liut whether
the Democrats Uko a hund in the fight or
not, thu farmert of Jackion should throw
tbolr banners to tho breeze and charge
upon thu liarloultct along the wholo
NEWSl'Al'KK OH N IONS.
Tho New York 'Herald ' agroos thut u
sufficient length of lime hat ulupsod since
the death of tho Chief Justicj to make a
choice of his successor a teriuut aud im
mediate duty with tho president.
The Peoria ' Domocrt ' discussing
the question of the governmental tele
graph schome says :
But every lover of universal libery, and
evary well wither for tho prosperity of
free institutions on our soil will reslit to
the bitter end every attempt toinaugurate
these governmental speculations which
can but result in en increase of tho mean
est of public corruption, and tho further
endangorlng our already thrcntetiod froa
The Ohio Democracy It thin re
marked upon by tho .Now York 'Sun'
and neilbor of the "Ifs" will be much
If thev are tuccoitful In this contest,
and aro cheered bv a sufficient number uf
victories in other states during tho com
ing fall, Sonator Thurmnri will stnod at
tho bead of tho opposition for 1 87C. If,
on the other hand, they disastrously fall, It
will bo tho end of the Democratic ptirty,
and tho distinguished tenator will bo less
formidable than hit friendt wish to havo
Thui the Memphis ' Avnlancho ' t
Commodoro Vnndorbilt, who hnt boon
very tick, Las recovered. When ho dli
tho railroad monoroly will goto pieces,
fortunately tboro it no perpetuity In es
tate in this country, nnd tho pcoplo
thould, by legislation, provcHt tuch oro-
neout accumulation ol power in mo uanut
of n few. Tl.it may appear to bo com
munism, but it may bocallol by whatovor
nnmo suits tho tatto of our readers.
Tho Hloominglon 1 header' toes a happy
way out of tho troubles surrounding tho
farmert of tho West nnd of Illinois par
ticularly nnd mlvlset them, instead of
spending to much capital and labor in the
raising of grain, to engage in the manu
facture of butter nnd cheeso and in the
southern part of tlio state, ot salt, nnd as-
setta llint, vnlon ot nUti tntght In
this way bo retnlnod and brought ii.to the
Tho Springfield 'Journal' advises tho
simo courso nnd ssys :
Instead of putting in so much corn,
why not put down their fields in gran
and turn their attention to the manufac
ture of butler and cheese? They will
find the investment i avin Urge ntid
steady dividends, from '.ho f ict that thero
It an unfailing dotnand fur both product.
It is becoming evident lint Carpenter
will soon havo to rise nnd explain. Ho
cannot follow out his con r no of dignified
sllenco as successfully as Ituechor did un
der cot very dltimilar circumstances.
The St. Louis 'Democrat' remarks edito
Tbo Sow York 'Trlbunu' docs not
mince mailers with Senator Carpenter.
Not only docs it udhero lo its charges uf
infamous conduct, nnd dare him to prose
cute, "a jouruul of itmplc pecuniary respon
sibility, tlius bringing tlio question to
tbo test of legal proof, but it plainly siiys
thut the newspapers friendly to Curpeu
tcr, which iti!st that he ought to "punish
tho slanderer," run beloro they aro culled,
and that ho will not daro to fuco any lognl
investigation. The 'Tribune' makes it
very clear that if It Is In error, it has taken
pains to ascertain thn truth, and tho
roughly believes thut it statement enn bo
substantiated. As thnt paper well says,
this chief defender of tho salary grab,
Carpenter, is also tho third officer of tho
government; nnd, In tho event of the
death of tho president and vico president
who it evon now in the hnnds of physi
ciansthis Mime Ciirponlor would becomo
president. Apart from tho disgrace of
having a man In sucli high position uuiltv
of hohnvior so ictndtilous, thero it tho
danger thnt ho might come to occupy a
!.,.... . n'l.. !t
poiiuuu j'ui niguor. i no cxpasuro ot me
'Tribune,' if sustained bv evidence Is
thoroforo fully Justified, and it but thu dis
charge of n public duty of journalism.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
I'iiiladkli'HIA, Augutt LIS. John O.
Donovan and .lames Murray woro ar
retted on Smith's Island to-duy, while en
gaged in a prizo fight. Ten others of thoto
present wero alto arrostod.
Chicago, August 28. lleano tho con
luctor of the coal train on thu Chicago
and Alton railroad which caused tho recent
terrible loss at Lomont, was nrrostcd at
Monco, Illinois, yesterday afternoon and
brought to this city In a buggy to-day
und lodged in jail.
I'attekson, Now Jorsoy, August IS.
Kt.Judgo David llurrott of this city, died
this afternoon, aged "'J. Ho was ono of
tho oldest newspaper publishers In tho
Wamiinutox, August '23 Tho war
department, up to 3 p.m , had not ro
celvad any advices concerning tho ro-
portod tiiassncro by Indians at Kt. Sill.
Nkwiiuiw, Now Vork, August t!3. A
conimlttoo of citlzans have undertaken
to improve tho nppearanca of Washing
ton's hondquarturt in this city. The ox-
ponset aro to bo defrayed by private tub-
scriptlon. Tho war department at Wath
I ington promises co-oporation, and Sccro
tary Ilelknap hat ordered thirty cannon.
ten bpanlth, ten Moxican and ton pieces
raptured during tho lato war, ho sont hero
to be placed on the headquarter grounds,
FROM SALT LAKH.
&ai.t Lake, August 28,-Col. Wnlt
was discharged on preliminary examina
tion or tho charge of perjury, mailo by I
N. lluiklis. Justice Clinton said no in
tolllgent Jury would convict on tho ovi
den ce adduced,
Indians mude a raid on Kairvicw, Bar
pete county, and ran off a number of herd
cattle They woro pursued but wero
found to bo too strongly armed and Iocs,
ted to be attacked. Aid has been akcd
of (Ion. Morrow.
KOUK I.IVKis LOST.
Cincinnati, August SB. Latest od
vices from tho sunken ttoamer Hello Ver
non places the number of llvet lost at
four, the engineer, a man from Cincln
natl, and two deck passengers, who camo
aboard at Shawnuotown
l.o.vuoy, August -Capt, llalpin
writrt from tbo Urcat Knstern that tho
brokon cablu hail been raised at tho point
designated by electricians, but upon test
ing the wire tho fault was found eastward.
l'ho Ureal Knstern had experienced alter
nate, fogs and gales, which hud mndo tho
work of grappling uxccedingty slow.
Tlio fault will soon bo remedied,
MtJnilKR AM) AlfoX.
I.ouifVRLK, August !!. (Ion. Milli
gram was arretted last weok onthoolmrgu
of ravishing and murdering Mary I.eo on
tho commons near that cltv. Ho has been
botorn tho city court two days. This nf
tornoon tho caso was submitted without
argument, and tho judgn committed him
on chargn of murder, to answer at the
next term of tho circuit court.
dipt. Kilward Holbrook who wa thrown
from a street car last night, died of Lit In
juries this morning. He was one of tlio
pionoor'of the tobacco trado In this city
and ono of tho first makers of plug to.
bacco. Tho ware-bouse' will adjourn
sales to-morrow. Tho tobacco board will
attend the funeral.
FROM TERRA HAUTE.
Tunni: Haitk, Ind Aug. 28. A col
lision occurred on tho Van dull i railroad
at Mncksville, ono nnd n half miles west
of this city this afternoon, by which 3vn
persons woro badly hurt. An engine with
a pay car whs lomlng cast and lumped
tho track on account of tho switch spread
ing, and ran into tho engine of a grave
train on a tide-track, lloth engines woro
and a caboose telescoped by a tender. Tho
following wero injured : J. W. Cologno.
formorly superintendent; Frank McKeen
acting at paymastor ; .lames Southard,
fireman; Jacob Harkt, engineer, James
Host, an old citizen, and Laura Claris, Mr.
Hots little granddaughter. None fatally.
Mnmhus, August '28. Tho Appeal's
Jackson, Mississippi, tpecial to-night says
that in a Republican convention resolu
tions wcro adopted appointing commit
too tit draw up resolutions and rocog-
nlr.iiig'thii Stato Kxecutivo committee.
llesolved, That candidates who submit
their names should abldo by tho decision
of tho convention.
For nontenant governor, E. Thorbogan.
First ballot: Caldwell,:!"; Carter, (col
ored) '.12; Davis, (colored) 52; Morgan,
10; Little 27. Second ballot : Caldwell,
42 ; Carter, 98 ; Davis, 70 ; Morgan, 9 ;
Little, II, Senator Little withdrew h's
name. Third bnllnt ,fi..r.uo4 n.t., nt.
Sculling 11. Mr. Cartor tlion tnovod to
mako Davis' nomination unanimous
Carried with loud cbcors nnd music. Mr.
Hill of Marshall, was nominated for sec
rotary of ttato on eocond ballot, llccest
was then taken until -1 o'clock. Tbo
morning session was mainly consumed in
discussing thu merits of candidates by
their friends. Tho host of order was pre
served, nnd tho galleries wore crowded
with citizens. The afternoon session van
consumed In balloting for treasuror, but
without result at S p.m. Senator Al-
con will addrosstho pcoplo nt the hall of
tho houso of representatives to-morrow
night, nnd rumor sayt will appear at can-
didato against Ames.
I'lTTsnURo, August 1!8. A serious ac
cident occured to tho pnssongor train on
tho Pennsylvania Central railroad near
Johnstown yesterday. Whilo running nt
tho rato 35 miles per hour, tho second
passenger car was thrown from thn
track in such a way that it
run into thu bank of thu rivor,
and a deep embankment of about 40 feet
being on thu other sidu thn platforms of
tho two front cars woro jammed in. A
crots-tlo was thrown from tho track In
such nway as to prop tho front
passenger car at an angle of
forly-llvo degroos. Thn rails and ties wero
yarn up tho whole length of tho train and
tlio sloeping coaches woro thrown upon
thu bank. Thu passongors wero found to
bo unhurt witu thn exception of a few
also occurred on tho l'an Handle railroad
in Birmingham south of I'ittsburg, which,
fortunately, didn't result in the lust of
human life, but caused considerable
IIEI-TRUCTION OK IT.OPKRTY
nnd interfered with tho pnttnge of trains.
A caltlo train, heavily ladon, nrrlvodfrom
tho West and was on its way to tho East
Liberty slock yards. About eight cars
passed in safely, but when tho next
reached thnt part of tho bridge at reverse
curve formed by tho rails of the l'an
Handle and I'ittsburg, Virginia and
Charleston railroads, one car jumped tbo
track followed by two others. Tho train,
which was going at considerable
speed, partod in two, Tho tud
den ttoppago of thu roar and
tho momontuin of thu front part of the
train caused tho bumport and coupling to
bo pulled clear out f tho fifth car from
the cnglno. Ono car toppled over and ro
malnod tutpended on thu Carson itroot
abutment of tho bridge, nnd had it been
threu or four feet further on, it -would
have fullen on a street car which was just
patslng under the bridge
A passenger train on tho Pennsylvania
Contral, which loft last night,
HAS INTO TIIK IIK.411 KNl)
of a ttook trnin at Chester V alloy. Threu
cart, Hie catiooto or tlio latliir, and tho ex
prett aud baggago cars of thu paitungwr
THROWN KR0.M 1 1I E TIlAlK
blockading the road, John McDau.ror
and a flagman woro killed
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Sas FiUNi'tseo, August 28. The
Democratic legislative municipal conven
tion etl'octed a compromise, nnd nomina
ted I'hllllps Koach and Frank McCuppln
to tho stato tenato.
A man named Caring, In Jail hero, con
fesses himself the murderer nf Nathan of
New York. Ho tayt tho houic-kecper's
son got him to Jo tho mordor, at the sug
gestion of Washlngtan Nathan.
Wasiiinhton, Aug 28. Probabilities
In Now England, thoncu westward over
lnko region prcssuro will diminish slightly,
with light eastorly to southerly wlndi
and partly clou Jy or clear weather. For
the South Atlantic states rising baromotcr,
light northeasterly to southorly winds
and areas of light rain, followed by lest
cloudiness and riting temperature. For
Gulf 'tales, thenco northward to Ohio,
lower temperature, increased pressure
light varlablo winds and cloudy weather.
For tho .Northwest high tomper
ature, light touthonstcrly to northwesterly
winds nnd gonerally clear weather.
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i-iWM NEW VORK
New Yoki:, August "JS. Tho promised
report of President Watson of tho Erio
ltnllroad company, was nut presented to
day, it not being ready, as Walton be
Minu unwell while preparing It. Tho di
rectors did no business owing to thu want
ot n quorum,
Tho plumbers have quit work on tbo
now post-office, owing to orders of the so
cloty, requiring eight hours as a day's
work. All men employe I on building
work, or more hours daily, aud aro paid
a $'jOO,000 loan.
Tho secrotnry of tho Panama It. It.
company tayt a loan of loOO.OOO, has
just been consummated with the Pacific
S. S. company, on terms monllouoil yes
terday, viz: A guaranty bill of sale on
six of the Pacific mail best steamers.
Tho Pacific mall directors held a meeting
to-day and appointed Capt. Bradbury and
Messrs. Stebhins und Sayr a committee Id
oloso the transaction with thu Panama
A llROOKI.rS DErAUI.TKll.
Nkw York, Auuust 28. It is now
known that tho Brooklyn city treasury Is
involved in a common crtastropho with
tho Bruokly Trust company. Lato last
night it was ascertained that tho city treas
ury had been robbed of n largo amount,
and Kodmnn, lato assistant treasurer and
secretary of tlio Brooklyn Trust company
wat thu guilty party, liodman, acting in,
his double capacity, was enabled to cover
up the deficiency by making false state
ments about thu amount of city money
on deposit. On looking ovor the accounts
r lUa ouitififiuy untl lto tiootcA of t, lras-
ury, Mr. "Warren, nn oxpert who is en
gaged In tho examination, finds Hodman's
defalcation Is as follows : Taken from
city troasury, Si5,000; gonorul fund Jt8,
000; Board of Education, on deposit with
treasury, $20,000 ; total, $203,000 ; of
this amount City Treasurer Spraguo
maio good (50,000 by tho sale of his stock
In the Brooklyn Eaglo to Win. VanAu-
don. Thu bondsmen of Sprngue aro Hen
ry Sangor, It. L. Mulvord, James Olwoll,
John Patlon and W. O. Kingsly. They
are fully responsible. Tho bond of Hod
man calls for $u0,000, and Is believed to
bo well tocured. It was said at tho hall
thnt Hodman would be secured boforo run-
down, and lodged in jail. Tho arrest, it
was understood, wat to bo mndo on an af
fidavit of Trossuror Spraguo; but,
if ho failed, tho comptroller acting under
the advico of thu corporation counsol
would got tho warrant of Kodman. An-
othor prominent official says they don't
daro to lay finger on Kodman, for ho
knows too much for them nnd they aro
afraid ho will toll if they mako him a
scaps goat. It is alleged that in order to
shield tho alleged ring of speculators that
tho deficiency will bo quickly met by par
tlos who ro rcsponsiblu for thn custody of
thn city funds. Treasurer Spraguo do
nlod thero had boon a defalcation, and
Comptroller Schrodor.althougli woll aware
of a defalcation, would not admit it.
Two hours later It was admitted
by both who stated it was nocossary for
thorn to keep it quiet from the fact that
thoy engaged in raising tho amount so
that tho city should not sutler. It is un
derstood that Spraguo'a bondsmen plodgod
thomtelves to mako good nny deficiency,
and Spraguo mad o an assignment nf ill
his property to tho' city, even his house.
Thoro aro those who assort that Mills of
tho Brooklyn Trutt company, who was
lrowned at Coney island, was
implicated with Kodman in
this deficiency. Among other
rumors which woro rife, thoro was ono in
which a curtain city dopartmont was also
involved in trouble, hut thu naturu of thu
trouble was not defined. Inquiry from
ollicors failed to dovolnp anything satis
factory. Xr. Warren has completed tho
examination of tho books of tho trust
company, and has a roport ready. No
further discoveries than those already
known to tho public havo boon made.
Tho Brooklyn tiaglu says tho sum and
substancu of all statements made it that
Kodman is to-day a defaulter to tho ex-
tont of Ji!4B,000. That nenrly three yoars
ago he, with the aiilitanco of .Mills, stole
Tho live hundred thoutaud dol-
lars first taken were discovered by tho
city treasuror thortly after tho theft, aud
madogood by him without publicity, lie
howovur did not remove Kodman, but al-
lowod him to continue his robberies, in
other words, for tome uiytterlous reason,
after finding that this man had robbed
thu city, he was pormltted in control of
its financus. How long It is tiucu the city
troasurer learned of tbo theft which
caused the excitement this morning it yot
tu bo learned. At to the first oporatlon of
Uodma.ii is morally certain hu was
soconded lu it by Mills, for besides find-
ing.thcir bank accounts Incroased oxnetly
that amount, it is now learned in
three days after they loaned In private
Nkw Ohlksj, August 'J8.-Bran dull
Sugar dull; prime 10c.
Whisky, odvanccd; Loulsana, $1 Cl ;
Cincinnati, $1 01
Storllng, 34)c; tight, Je; premium on
gold, lCc; others iincbangol.
St. Louis, August 23. Flour qulut nnd
Wheat, fall firm; Nn 1 rod $1 1H; No 3
$1 301 32; No 1! wanted al $1 41; h"U
$1 00 olovator.
Corn, mixed scarco and firm; No '.'
mlxod 42l3e tpot and August; 4'Jj Sep
tember. Oats dull; No 2 mixed 30c spot; '.'8j
Barley unchanged and in good demand
for No 2 nnd choice at (I lll 1C
Ilyo Inactive nnd unchanged.
Pork dull, 110 7517.
D. S. meats dull and nominal; bacon
quiet and firm lor buyers; cloar rib I0c;
Lard steady; summer steam 7g.!.
Whiskey scarce and higher, 51.
Cattle firm; low grades weak; fair to
prime hooves J.1 7600 t!5; no cholcu of
fering; low grades $1 25.1.
Hogs lower; H 'Jf.! Cl'.
lll iiml I'all of tin- Silver
For 21 hours ending 3 p.m., Augiit2", lriT.'l
, Above,. Change.
w:iter. Itlse. Fall.
.lettcrion Cltv ..
KamU' City. . . .
KliU IN Uaulvmi,
Observer Sii'ual service. U. S. A.
Ewxnsvili.k, August '28. Clear nnd
morcury C8 to fjtj. Kivor fallen three
Indira, U , Slon l(r.).arta, Ark on...
Hollo and James Gllmore. Down : Dicta
tor, Mary Amont and Morning Star, all
with fair to good trips.
Memphis, Aiifjutt 'JS. Clear, mercury
83 nnd river declining. Arrived : AVett
Wind, Now Orleans. Departed: Nick
Lonpjwortb, Cincinnati, und City of Choi
tor, S'. Louis.
Cincinnati, August 28. itiver 10 foot
and falling. Arrived: Ashland, Whool
ing. Departed: Arlington, New Orleans;
Exchange, Pittsburg, Storm No, 3 sunk
a bari;o of salt at Coopor's bar, destined
for Paducah. Fair and cool.
Nauvii.i.k, August i!B. Kivor risen
t inches sinco last report, with '.'3 inches
large on shoals, Weather cloar and hot.
LouisVll.i.K, August 28. Klvur falling
slowly with 0 foot 2 inches in canal, and
3 feet II inches in chute. Woather clear
and cool. .Mercury down to 72. Cloud,
tho boatmen, left at 4 p m., for New Or
leans, pilotod over falls by Capt. Louis
Traco. Arrived; ilen. Franklin, Cin
cinnati; Tarascon, Henderson; Dove No,
Kentucky river; Nashville, Mornphn;
Ada Heilinan, Cairo; Charmer, Cincin
nati. Departed: lien. Franklin, Cincin
nati; Tarascon, Henderson; D.ive No.
Madison; Charmer, Kvansville; Storm No.
3, St. Louis.
Nkw OiaKAN.sAugust, 28. Arrived :
Helfatt, Cincinnati. Departed : James
Howard, St. Louis
Weather clear. -Mor-
SSr. Louis, August '.'8. Arrived : Joe
Kinney, .Missouri rivur; Clinton, Keokuk;
Hollo Memphis, .Memphis; .Mary F.. Foe,
Kud rivor. Departed: .Mafio P., Illinois
river; F.xporter, New Orleans. Julia,
VIckshurg; Keokuk, Ohio rivor; Hon Ac
cord, Columbus. Uiver falling, 0 feet of
water to Cairo. Clour and warm.
VicKaBuiKi, August 28. Down: John
II ilaude. Dp: Suslo Silver, Great He
public, City of Vicktliurg. Weather clear
and warm. Hlver falling.
Kino oi-tiiu ni.oon. Uanckii. Casr
Vour mediclno continues to give untiro
satisfaction. One ensu of a cancer on tho
lip, ot six years standing, was entirely
removed hy tho uso of three bottles,
ami tho person, II. II. Crane, Ksq,, ox
shoritr of thit (Calhoun) county, has re
quested us to communicate thu samo to
you, if thereby others eutluring from thu
same loathsome disease may bo induced to
try tho satno remedy with a similar rosult,
not only of being cured of tbo disease, but
by gaining that peace of mind necessary
"Williams & O'DosouaiiUK,
Bno advertisement in another column.
TUS ONLY HKMAllI.fc OUT DISTIUHU
HON IN TIIK COUNTRY I
S 50,000 O O
IN VALUABLE C3 1 FVS 1 j
To bo distributed III
Tj . X. SIM S'0
l'2iid liegillur .Monthly
ONE OltANI) CAPITAL VMM.
$5,000 IlbT SOLID I
Two Prizes $1,000 S f
TwoPrir.es $500 J G KMKNBACKS
Five Prizes 1100 (
Ono Family Carriage and Matched Ilorsen
with Sllter-mountcil Haines,1- worth
One llor.-oaml Itiiiri:)', with SIIor .Mounted
Harness, worth iuM.
One llne.toneii Ito-ouoiel I'luno, worth j,Vl.
Five I'ainily Sewing .Machines, width jlOO
?oO Onld an I Silver l,eor lliil.tlng
Watches, (In all.j worth Irons 20 to f.'XW
(lold ','halns. Sller-vare, .luwoliy, etc.,
Whole number (lifts (J.OOO. Tickets limited
AGENTS WANTF.I) TO SVAA, TICKETS
To whom Liberal Premiums will bo paid.
Single Tickets: $P. Six Tickets .V, Twelve
Tickets lu; Twenty-lho Ticket $20.
Clrtulsrs i-untaioliiK a full list of prises, a de
scription of th- ii.hmdt nt ralrii. and ollirr
iiiforiiiktiuu In reforms tu thf illsirltiuion, v 1 1
t. ssnl l nny miih urlcrlur th.-n, All ltt,'
iinisl lf I lo I,, IV 11NK, Hoi, si,
Mail) Oilier. 101 W Filth Si
At an I riv I iterator, BT-lver Corrector
iiikI Itluusl Kpnovntor Is suptrlor ta all tht
Itlltera, llixlrs. Cordlnla and Maraa-
linrlllna In mi. It It so adapted to th whul
jitem that erirjr organ and fanctlon lo th Lcdr Is
iroucLt nnaur lis aUlaiailng Inflotnc. It glsaa
tonu und atronctu to ttie dlreat! v aj
Iiaristna, dlapcls Innifaor und debility,
InvlSorntfM tlie Liver, refc-ulalea the.
Xllapy nnd none!, removal tb afftctof
ireiscr omtaintlon of an j klui aad gtvat l
Sillily nnd riclsnra to the blood.
Hi curatlv potsars alter aoJcoEjWtelj rtorran
lio th entire nuts of CalJl aad ren the lolldi of
th liiiaan eitem, theretj preventlog and curing
IVyspeiillo und Conaampllvc Nyiiii
toiim, I'eirriind Akisc,IIUoii IlUeiia.
rn. Fever of nil kinds, Nervou Debil
ity. AlTertlona of t!i Ntoninrlt nnd
tlovs eU, clr. At wild and delightful Invlgo
rant for delicate females, It hu no tuporlor.
Ily Its si new life and vigor It given taUithb'Kl
aod mind, aenJlng a glow of vitality through tmr
part, which u permanent nisd liullna"-
It It th moat erl.ctuat remedr for th relief ot
human suffering ver dlicovered, asl as (leuaot to
tht lute aa old rye or Una vein.
x WE CHALLENGE x
X S X THE x S$ X
x WORLD x
To rod ure a more delicious medicine to talis, jet so
' ti- t f.T th prevention and cur of dirruea as
-. nsiar's t:s::'3 im ? u::r:ra.
I'rli'O SI, or O llotlle i'or $1.
Prepared ty thellrafloii Medicine Co., fT I.OUIS,
Mo I ,j Dnijfjliti a i t dealers lu uedictiut
ANI. irAi.i.im.K srrciFic kou risr.Asrs
J.Jif die 1.IVKK IIUJOI), KlDNKandliOW
i.I, and crJt corrective of all Iciiwle dcMnge
ineetv cumaltu no alchi lie spirits and Is ilic
ttgttailt iufoututtfir Client,!
HEAD THIS I
v.A.c'.'.rMI'UMI -N"1AKV 'II.S'IIMO.N'IAI. TO
MI.SSHS J R. C. MAfiL'IKK, M. Uul, Mu :
(.entlcnien- '1 h underklKned having known ou for
iiuny )eau ai reliable chenni.it ami phannaciu
ni. and oUemnK the ifTctiive action of your
leineditt for wluicter rccciuuirndcd, wish to hear
voluntary evidence lo the eflnaey of your lad, and
U NDUkANOO lirf-l f.KS." It Is all that you
claim fjr it ai an alterative, puratie. drpurJtor
and diuretic, actins specially up. ., tic liver Uood,
kidncvl and ImiwcU, ' '
, JO-vlIl'll IIKOWN. Mayor, l,o mli'i : " 1 have
fjund this Ihe most plea-am and tlTenUe medicine
I luvo eer neil
MIIXS SI'.I.1S, fitatr IiiM,r.,nre C(.n.niil. ner.
ulio add " I eiidor.e Ihe Mayor's lniii, n "
TIIO. ItlCtll'.SON. S lhAlV.N."
I'res Collier Ua.l & Vl.l , f all.n it Kand IWrr
I). ?l UOUSr.lt. I MA-. C. (.ONI I K
N V'.l1K' I' i, I I.Kf.t'MI.N,
l.lerk Proline I ourt " I, w ,,r i iL,
hkhtain'a mi i. m'.sTv fffulh
s m.o'Viriy " ," vT
.tJi'V' llj3""-"''' ."tl. .in. 'Correct.
aituiiiAn, i iAMriin
NOKJIANj ci,.MA . . lini'r 5';KfeBt.
M S II VP I nm V, ' ,'liI-1 NWOlllS.
IIIOS WAt.SH ..fMi.ycckfiCo.
m , , Ar.hltiM W ' CAV.
, t ' . ' ! '. S 5- ' ' l'a'. natiianlamp &
IIH IiilN 1IAKNU.M. JAMI UAUCIIl:K.
"I iSirntint a lUtil.
And iiuny ..then . j n'luar.ii' , t -, mention.
vJ. C C. WACUIRE,
fi Is 1', pi'eit ,r"t. Lciuit, Mo,
PRICK, YG CHI-isa IBP, 130TTLB.
ms ! ips-i s-s a a evaaunH !
IJIIlJ I.V.1L J. JJ.ffJ
Sn l'rrson enn take tlseae Illlfrri accord.
lai; Indirections, mnl remain loan unwell, prorln-j
Hi. Ir bones are not ilcstrored hj mineral poltouir
oilier means, and vital organs wasted bcrond lu
pnltit of repair.
Ilyipeiitln or ImllKritlnn, Headscbe, I'tli
In the Miouldcro, Couirlis, TlithliieM of the t'lic-t
IHr.rlnes. Sour i:niciatlon of Hie Btomacti, II.k'
Taste In III Mouili, llllloas Attacks, ralimatlun
thn Heart. Innatninallon of tho Lungs, rain In Hk
reKlon of the Kidneys, and a hundred other palnfii
sjinploiin, aro Hie orr sprlnid of Iljsprpsls. (ik
bottle will prmo a letter Kitirontce of Its mr.itf
than a lengthy advertisement.
I 'or IVmnle oinplnliili, In joune or old,
married nr slnsrle, nt I ho dawn nf womanhood, ot
the turn of life, these Tonle Hitlers display so
decided an Influence that Improvement Is ma
I'nr liillnitimatnry nml Clirnnlr. II hen.
tnatlsiii and (Sunt, lilllous, Itemlttent anil Inter
uitttent Keers, Kheasesef the lllood, l.lfcr. Kid.
nejs and Iilaller, these Hitters hare no equil.
Surh lneacs aro caused hj Vitiated Ulood.
Tlicynre n Ktsslle PiirRallvr aa wtll ns
Tmilr, r"sessinit the merit of actinic as n
powermi aaentln relle Intr (Vmuestlon or Inrljin
nation of the I.I ver aud VUTcrat Organs, and In
I'or Mkln Itlsrairs, Krnntlons. Teller, Salt
lUienm, lllotclics, Hpols, Pimples, Puslulss, llolls,
OarMincles, IllnK-worms, Srald llead, foro Kyes,
Hrjslpelas, Itch. Srurfs. Dlscoloralloni of the Mkln,
Humors and Jnseasesof the Hkln of whatever namr
or nature, ure llteralljr iluit up and carried out
nf the sistcM In a short tunc by the use of these
irutrut Tlinusantls proclaim Vinmak Hit
tkos the most wonderful Imlgorant that ever
Bus.u.'red the sinking srstem.
II. II. .7IclM.AI.D 4i CO.
Druggists ami Hen. Agt. fan Francisco, Cal., a
cor. uf Washington and C'harlnm til.. N.r.
KOLI) 1IV AM. IlllLOOtSTS i UKALKH3.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
uuree loiic anri uriping in
th llowele, and full, atn
8YRUP. I. V""' CI Teeiung
Fohdnei Convnltloni and cvr- '
torn., all dlieasae Incident to V iJtit
llflJITrnMnso I rar' llrrhca, I'jwnl.
WnlTLUIllB Si T "' "' Complalut,
sjygijpv yia Children of all age.
r.ellevee tain, wFaicxe or t-1 fafe ?
hauitlotiln l&orlUmlr,utei,glv- V LJtt
l(,g tone aud power to th ijiuu. J CSJS1TTB
It le th Ir.fanti'anlChlllrtn's Or tit Poothlt,,;
Itemedy, in all disorders Lrongbt on lj tthlng or
anj othr cu.
lie particular In railing fjr iir.8. VniTCOUC'i
FVIlLl", and tale no other.
I'repared Ljr It. URAKTOI MEDICINK CO , (t.
Ivole, Mo. (sold S Uruggtits and Dealer la
" DUY Mr'ANOiarX)YOllQQaJ.
Dy cleanslue th Mood and arosilng th liver an I
lecretiv erjr,n to a healthy action, br.Jfeurye
Hoot and 1'Uut I'll le cure many complaints hlch It
onld not t supped they could reach, tuch
Ifvadnclir, 1'nlii In tlio Hide, Kusnb
ness of tbo llaiiiUitMil TiM-t, DiiIIii.',
(Ilillliesa, IllK'illiiiltNiu, .SeuriilBln,
I.oa of Appelitr. Ililiouu Ilysenlery,
Islilney Allertloiia. 'ouslli,utloii. Itiv.
bllltr, Fevrrts of nil kinds, lljNpi-p.
lire, Jiittilillcr, and otoer kindred cjuiUidu
anting from low ttatu of th budy, or olelructiu
of IK functions.
Ilelng fre from Mercmy and other foleons they
can t talien nt all tlme and under all clrcuuuUu
cee, without rezard to diet, tn.lneie or pieaeure.
lhee allmii.sti, th weaaenud and dlitemperel
arte Into hi-althy action, Kivmir them etrengih t
dlihurden themeeivee and throw off the otetructione
which are tho flrt rau of dneoH, svltlimsa
proiltirlntr rllher nnititit or srrlpliia.
Ait heavy and drowey leusatloLi, which ar th
f rerunnere ofdirrfuldlieaieeeuchas Apiiploay,
I'll rul.v tie fit rolics.lc ar Kllectbatly worded
o!f hy a fw do.es of the eearchlnK I'lllv.
I'nil .t:r-Honi aroonisicti hat, lu L(.j.a, Otru.Aa. freMk,.
I'r .I if ttOr,rus ! IbsCa, Pt.tgli.U.
s ley P.urfl.uabiOtaUlUUtiidast.irjabira.
The hiimauo locnmotlvo should be care
fullv eiiL'Ineereil, otherwiM! It may inn orl
thetruckot IH'uat any moment. Tu keep
Its delicate Internal m.iehlnery in perfect
trim, or to put It in rooiI woihliur condition
when out ot order, is the peculiar provlneu
Tumult's) rncirvracoiit StlUfrAiiiTlput
The thoroiii'hnesN with which It cleaiiees,
without Irritating the bowels, thu tone ami
vigor which It Imparts to thu stomach; Its
appetizing ellecte; its onnllng, relreshiug
operation in lever ; the relief it nllordi in
huailache ; Its nnll-bllloiis properties, ami
Its superior merlti-ah a geuerul eorreellve,
JuMily thn a-.-erllon that It I, beyond all
('Oinp:irlou, the moat valiiahln family nicdl
fine of the agt. rio tl by all Urnggltt'i.
JOV TO TUB AFFLICTKD I
UHAMiHXCKS TirE WOULD
This iireparatlon Is aeknowleilgeil to be
Miperlor to all known iituillciiiu as a sure
anil certain euru for nyphllis lu all Its forum,
no nutter how deplorable the eondltioii ot
the patient. It . entirely vegetable, it can
be taken lu all conditions ol the fyMcm, and
with Mtlelv, iiNo, In eonueetlon with other
ineillelne, the patient deslrea, The re
cipe, Iriuii which thlspreparatiim wasmadu,
was obtained I'ltuii an old phyctciaiilii .South
America, In Iri-JJ, by Dr, .Sherman, Sr.. who
has ueil It Willi unparalleled Hiu-cees In the
treatment ol Kyplillln. not only exciting thu
admiration mid astonlehmcnt or leading citi
zens, but of thu medical faculty, ami has
aveil tbu lives ol many alllleted when given
up as past hopu by ehlllful ami cinlueiit phy
Iclaus. . , .
Olio bottle will satisfy tho greatest kkcptlo
as to Its mpcrlol'lty over all other prepara
tions now in use.
1'rieu, per bottle. Sent lo any part ol
tho United. suites by oxpiiss. Prepaid! and
Thu (Ireat Specialist,
No. r Christy A v., St. Louis, Mo,
o."w7dunninq, m. d.
SKHIDKNOIC-cornerNlnth and Walnut ttt,
Office ooruer Hlxtt street and Ohio lv.
oe Hours from 0 a ro, lo IK to,, tad t p.m
AtM. WISUeasl'S4 W
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