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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 31, 1873
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tlm iinlv normni imiy
-.r IMiU . lied ! noullwtM IlllnoU,
iiiiin II. oilliliLV. Kdltor and Puhllaher
21KHM8 OK TIIK 1aTl.Y PM.LKT1N :
One week, by carrier 2R
One year by carrier, In advance 10 00
One year by carrier II not paid In
advance i4 00
Dne month, by mail 1 00
Three months 3 00
Six months fl 20
One year 10 00
TIIK DOU.AU WKKKI.Y 1IULI.KTIN
John 11. Oberly has reduced the tubscrip
tlon price of tho Wmkly Caiuo Hullmtin
to One Dollar per annum, making tt the
cho.iot paper published In don thorn Illlnol
BfBfllBB innllrr on rxvty ntrt.
A farmer from l'oioy county died of tho
cholera in tho Kvansvlllo market on
AVeJnctday lait after n fow hours 111
nc;i. On account of tho continued preionce
of the cholora In Knoxvillo, Tennoa'oe,
tho regulnr term of tho aupronio rourt
for tho Eaitorn division of tho tluto hua
been adjourned until .September eighth.
The Hadical politicians of Virginia arc
fuipoctod of making tuo of tho govern
ment poatago etnmpt which tnkotho placo
of tho franking privllogo, In tho dietri-
Lution of tboir oloctloneormg document'.
An inveitlgation it In order.
Col. W. W. Gates, oditor of
the Jackion, Tennessee, 'Whig nnd
Tribune,' hns aovcrod his jonnoc
tion with that papor, nnd tho tlrat
week of October will isauo tho firat num
ber of tho Jackaon 'Courier.' Tho paper
will bo conacrvativo in politica, and will
work to "reform nnd purify tho govorn
'mcnt to put down party tyranny to
'bring good nnd great men into powor
' to restore honoaty to nil tho departments
of tho government, both state and
1 national." Col. Gates' career as an oditor
hat been long and bonorablo, und n largo
circle of friends, not confined to tho stato
of Tcnncaico, will wish him pocuniary
and political success in tho conduct of hie
If anything woro noedod to provo tho
fact that tho Democratic party U a
doublo-fucod organisation tho rocout con
tentions of tho party hold in Ohio nnd
Pennsylvania would furnish conciuiivo
ovidenco to all tho doubtors. Tho Ohio
Democrats adopted n platform containing
a plank deprecating a prutoctivo tarill';
the 1'onnaylvania Democrats adopted tho
platform of their Ohio brothora witli tho
exception of tho anti-protection plank
which they struck out. This is Democ
racy. In "protection" localities tho parly
advocatos protection ; in free trado com
munities it advocates freo trndo, anil as a
national organization it is neither llsh,
flesh nor fowl on tho tarill' question, and
hat pronounced for a tarill' for revenue
with incidental protection.
"William Campbell, tho flavor of thn
steamboat mate, Doylo, was strung up by
tho neck until ho died, and thus tho law
has been satisfied. Wo ipiestion tho wis
dom of tho execution, and du not bolicvo
that tho unfortunate man was guilty
of premeditated murder; but that is
noither here nortuoro; Campbell hat boon
choaked to duatb, and, right or wrong, tho
verdict which aont him to tho grave can
cot bo changed.
We aro not eatistied that capital pun
iibmentisan institution to be tolerated
much longer Wo may bo mistakon, but
we beliovo it to be a rolio of barbarism.
As a reformatory puhishinont, It cor
taiuly cannot bo said that it works tho re
formation of tho criminal for any worldly
purpose. It sends many bad men from
the wickednoss of this world to tho right
eousness of tho world to como, but so far
as the criminal is concerned it docs not
reform him for sooloty. Tho gallows Laa,
If we may beliovo the testimony of divinoi
and dying culprits, manufactured many
good angoli, but It hat not inado ono good
citizen of any country.
If hanging is an institution to bo main
tained, because it is a method by which
society gets rid of dangcroua characters,
we have neither heard nor read any ar
guments that havu convinced ua that this
it a fact. If killing is necessary, theru
aro many better mothods of Inking life
than the method of tho noose. To die by
the cord It not a painful death ; and tho
formalities which surround an execution
by choking with a :ord, mnko tho crimi
nal a kind of boro, and tho public is moro
injurad than bonetlted by tho di spiny.
It a roan must bo killod, kill him in a
room at au hour unknown to tho public,
and take hit llfo without parade and as
tuddenly and painlessly at postiblo. The
horrora of a secret death would do mom
to restrain the hand of inurdr, than all
the gallowses in Christendom.
Hut, in fact, a man, even a bad man, can
be put to better uses than tho uses of a
N E WSl'A 1' Kit OPINIONS.
Tho Aurora 'Herald' suggests the "In.
dustrial" as a good name for the now po
litlcal party. The name it a littlo too one
sided. The 'Herald' will have to trj
The Chicago 'Thuds' reminds the liol
Iticiansthat there aro important questions
before the people now :
At a time when tho professional politl
ctant aro all pioclalming that thoro is "no
great political nue before the country,"
fifteen thousand pw,p)u attemble in a fluid
near llrowusvllle, Missouri, with banners
Inscribed "Down witu monopoly t" and
"Equal Justice for al) ; ,mHl prvwe,
for none I" It there nolgnm;unco In tho
phenomena? Are tho P'oluiional party
"wire-puUeri" tuch Idiots that thoy cau
see nothing moro in such a dehionuatinu
than a gathering of persons to .be dis
ported at tho command of trunchoon-Iloiu.
libera who call them "loug-earod Jack
Says the New Orleans Timet ' :
Chicago importer! aro beginning to
congratulate tbomsolvea on the faa that
If tnlngtcometothe worst they can do
without New York altogether. Thoy can
now get goodt from Liverpool by way of
Montreal In twenty dava, which li bolter
than thoy could over do, all thing con
tldorod, by way of Now York j nnd In tho
wifiur iney can il ue in.
port advantages offered hy Now Orloans,
which, with water transportation to Cairo,
winter inoy can avail tuenuoivui ui mu
coininnml Itinininlvri on the score of
cheapness. Chicago and Now Orleant
aro ovory day getting nearer to oach
'Egypt's favorlto son" has boon po
litely Invited to atay at homo by tho Re
publicans of Iowa. How does tho Honor
able John liko till sort of talk by tho
'Ulack-llawk,' the most prominent Repub
lican journal in Iowa:
Tho Republican platform ot Iowa
doclaroa that tho "back-pay steal" was
"most llngrantly improper and Infamous,"
and that "it should secure tho political
condemnation ot nil who wero a party to
It." And, yol, our Republican state cen
tral committo announce John A. l.ngun
as ono of the speakers who is ox peeled to
onllghten Iowa voters In tho coming cam
paign, notwithstanding ho was ono of tho
supporters of that "infamous" mcaauro,
and has novcr glvon any signs of ropont
an co. Until ho purges himaolf from this
"infamy," John A. Logan at u tpoakor for
Republicans had belter bo Invited to stay
on his own side of tho rivur. In lown wo
nro likely to hnvo enough of this salary
crab business without importing any
Tho Christian county 'Democrat'
py Oon. Urntit, trtong vAlli ti mltuy
grabbers, its compliments in this way :
Tho Republican parly indorses n prcsi
dent who, for ono hundred thousand dollar.-,
signed n bill that took ono million
dollar trom tho treasury a urn unit was
beirotlon in avarice, unacted in iniquity,
signod in dishonor, and carried out in dis
craco. Tho president is tainted with ono
hundred thousand dollars worth of ills
graco. There is some hopo for the travelling
public who nro compelled to piisi through
Chicago, when tho 'Timos' writes an ed
itorial on tho robburios of Chicago hack
men nntl expressmen, and advises enter
prising hotel men to furnish freo omni-
busses and baggage wagons for guests who
may wish to patronize thvui.
0 LEANED PROM OUR EX
CHANGES Tho lninan furr.lluru factory ntSlmw-
ncetowu goes into operation shortly.
Pcachos command from titty cents to
u dollar u bushel .in tho Harrisbiirg mar
ket. Tho ill. Carmel 'Democrat' snys a
lady in liOgansburgh, on tho C. nnd V.
railroad, vomited up n snake some timo
ngo. Report anya it waa fourteon inches
.Mr." Pressor, member ot tho state
board of equalization, from Cook county,
has resigned, and it is probablo the gov
ernor will appoint It. It, Dorrickson to till
A horse thief who stole two horses
belonging to Mr. .1. M. Aburnathio of
Union county, somo two weeks ago, 1ms
been arrested near Cheater, and will ho
brought to Union county shortly and
lodged in jail.
Theru la il probability of tho wirly
extension of llio Ilellevillu and .Southern
Illinois railroad to -Metropolis. Whitlow
and Wilson have made a bid for llio work.
't'lio special ulectlon on -Monday, for
or against license to retail liquor, and
for or against billiard xaloons, resulted in
fuvor of granting tho same by a majority
of 12 votes. Harrisbiirg Chronicle.
Tho wheat is coming into this market
right lively, just now 'l lio crop is "pan
uinij out" splendidly. Tim avurugu
j (old will oxcoed any crop harvested in
in this suction for at least a ilnzun years.
Castor boans in Southern Illinois will
bo a full average viold this year, unless
early frosts should cut them oil'. .Mr.
Ashtiy Kirkpatnck estimates that thoro
will bo trom 1.6UU to ,-.',DUU bushels shipped
from this point. Du(J loin Tribune
A child of .Mr. James .Mooro, our cir
cular pressman, camu near dvinu yester
day from the etl'ects of swallowing n pin,
which stuck in its throat. Drs. Clieno
weth und Waltlou wero called und suc
ceeded in forcing tho pin downward.
Tho child is doing well, and aside from u
tore throat will probablyl oxporlouco no
further It oublo on account ot llio accident.
On Tuesday last, a threshing machine
owned and oporated by A. House, whilu
threshing wheat from the stack, on tho
farmof,uud belonging to (loorgo llilemun,
about two and a half mllus southeast from
this city, took lire from tho friction of a
bolt, and burned tho separator togulhor
with four slacks of wheat, a partol which
had boon threshed and racked, but at tho
tiuio was on tho ground. Ilutweun 160
and 200 bushuls ot wheat was burned.
There has been discovered on tho
farm of a .Mrs, Sly, two miles west of
Rinard in AVayno county, on the lino ot
tho Springfield and Illinois .Southwestern
railway, a spring, tuo watur of wliicll has
a wonderful houullciul otl'oct upon tho hu
man fystom. It cures llvor complaint,
head uacho, diarrhira, acts on tho urinary
organs, and in fact is a guneral renovator
oi uiu diseased syslum. It Is said that
tho stock of that county, go two miles to
drink of this health giving water. Shaw-
l-'HO.M A 11 KANSAS.
AlliO AMI 1'1'I.IO.V IIOAU.
I.triu; Kock, August 110. Tho lust
epiko was driven on the Culro and Pulton
railroad ut Pulton this ovening. Tho
road is now complutud from St. l.ou'n to
Pulton, a distance of four hundred nnd
FRO-NfC! 'Hm AT I .
c i hx i n n at i ro is k -r a c ti i: us,
Cincinnati, August 30. The lVrk
Puckers' association of Cincinnati, to-day
held u meeting, and by n unanimous vote
decided to present tho hog tlaughtering
and pork-packing cartoons, now on inhi
bition at Vienna, whoro they uxcito much
admiration, to Count Zichy of Hungary,
who lu the name of tho association will
present the tumuu, tho city of Posth, Hun
gary, where tbov will bu accorded a pub
lic plate in which to remain ou oxhibltlou,
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
FROM NEW YOKK
Njcw Yobk, August 30. A bold nnd
vary nearly successful attempt nt swind
ling by means of forgod bonds wus made
in Wall stroet this afternoon. A. W.
Holbrook of tho linn of John W. Eddy '
Co., bankers, was in his olllco, when he
was accosted by an old gontlemnn named
Drown, who doos business In Cedar ttroot,
nnd with whom Holbrook Is well ac
quainted. Urown Introduced mio
Wlllinmaon, described as a very
lino looking man, who said he
wished to borrow $25,000 for
sixty days at T pur cent, nnd commission.
Ho otl'ered as security 31,000 In Now
York Central bonds of sovonty-aix. Hol
brook took ono of the bonds nnd went out
to piuco n loan olsowhoro. Ho succeeded
and soon returned for tho other bonds, and
to his astonishment Williamson had gone.
Ho than oxnmlncd tho bonds which pur
ported to hnvo been signed by Krastus
Corning, president, Gilbert h, Wilson,
treasurer, and Jacob Stoinhurg, register
of coupons, und found tno signatures
wero forgeries. Holbrook immediately
stopped tho loan just arranged and In
formed detectives. Holbrook Bays ho has
ovory belief in JUrown's integrity, and is
convince 1 ho wa untiroly doouivod.
Ilrown auys ho became acquainted with
Williamson in .March but, whuii hn
clalmei to bo Inloresied in a patent then
lately introduced. Of his antecedents
ho knows nothing, and can give no in
formation regarding his placo of residence,
On Thursday, whllo pasting through
llroad street, he was hailed by William
son, who said ho wished to raise somo
money on Nuw York Central 7s of lfs"0,
nnd nskud him to negotiate tho loan.
ItrowH replied that ho would, upon a suit
able commission, nnd made an engage
ment with Williamson, when tliu bitter
was to bring the bonds to tlm ollicu of
Eddy & Co. Small lots, ranging from one
thousand to three thousand dollars are
reported to bo held in Wall street as col
Wtdrnls. .Many exagcrato.l reports wore
circulated as to tho extent of the lorgerios.
Thootiginal issue of these bonds amounted
three millions, with a convertible clause.
Mosl of them hnvo been converted into
stock, nnd tho Amount oustunding is re
duced to Sl',15,000, so that the forgiries
aro likely to be traced.
Nkw Youk, August dO. John i!. Ilor-
tnn has been brought to this citv fioni
Providence, where ho was arrosted Wul
nosday last, on a charge of operating a
few mouths ago in Lancaster, Punusyl
vaiiia, in raised curtilicates of stock of tho
Philadelphia and Reading railroad. Ile-
l'oro ho became a fugitive ho secured by
his operations from Peterson V Co. of
Philadelphia, n loiter of crodit on Osgood
iV Co., and got $20,000.
Tho portion of a human body found in
Oyster bay, Long Island, has boon iden
tified from u chain and locket as that of
Chas. G. Kelsuyof Huntington, who mys-
AV.M,.liu iovuiiiuur IO, IOI
after having been tuirod and feathered,
owing to his jiursistuut utlentioii to a
young Woman ultor being requested to
Nkw Youi;, August 10 Jiutico Da-
mor of llrooklyu, to-day fixed
tho bail of -M. T. Rodman,
delimiting deputy treasurer, nt $50,000,
with two surutius, qualifying in a double
amount, und if not furnished in a given
timo Hodman will bo committed to tho
county jail. Tho tux collector Indignantly
denies there is any dullciuney in liiB
accounts, and says tho average tuxes
for tho last i!0 yours, will probably reach
three millions. Warren, the expert, says
tho tax collector has made deposits to his
own credit in various city hanks ouch
day, nnd has kept money for weeks and
months instead of paying il over at once
as was his duty.
A physician at Canlto garden reports
tho death there of uu emigrant of Asiatic
I II K l.ATKHI' 1USASTKII.
GiiASH Raimds, Michigan, August30.
Prom tho tottiuiotiy given in llrst uxuin
illation before tho coroner's jury, nnd
statements made by breukmen to a re.
purler, il would toom that tho accident ou
the Detroit and Michigan railroud, near
Muir, wus duo tothonogloot of the brouk
uian Bunt by tho conductor of tho pas
senger train to Hag thu froiglit to go far
enough away from his train to show thu
signal. Thuro was n heavy fug at tho
tune, and tho freight was moving ou a
down grade. Thu express passed No.
1 i through Iruight ntOwussu. It usually
paisos at Lowell, 38 miles wust of Owassa.
Tho uxprofi. which was duo nt .Muir vill
age, 0 miles (if Ionia, nt 1 Io a.m., was ap
proaching Muir, still 25 minutes
Into as wliuii it luft Detroit
Ono and a quarter miles east of Muir
tho drive-wheel hroku oil nt tho axle, und
tho train enmo to a lop. It was then 10
minutes to .1. lu fi minutes moro itshould
havu urnviid at -Muir. The conductor
sent tho brukuuiun, McNuil, to tliu front
and tubigntphud bach to St. John to stop
No. l.l, but' il had passed.
Thuro wero two other smul
sUtiona between St. John
nud Muir but no night operator. McNeil
returned to thu truin on bund with Sec
Uoii Poremuii hulie .McMullon. Tho
conducter had .onl the baggageman and
bruUuiMi buck lo Ihg No. 13. It was
loggy and they could nut sue moru than
ono hundred yards. Thu llsgniun wont
only one third of., mlto and waited at the
bridge ucroia Stony ,.rui(, iicNoll re
turning, followed tho llagman. He or thu
conductor put a torpedo ull tlu trHcl on,
100 yards cast of tho hrnlgn, ti,u custom,
ary fog sigual. 'J'hu section furumun also
went to tho llagman, saying they had bet.
ter go on further. He ropliuj
"Who is doing this flagging''"
Ho said no moro, The tlagmun
nnd ho waited there 16 or 20 minutes alter
McMullon came before No, 13 catno in
tight. The onglneer board the torpedoes
nnd saw tho Hag signal 11 yarda ahead
at the saino time, and whistled down
brakes. Thobrakcmen quickly responded.
It is down grado 40 to CO
feet tv the mlto Into a valloy from Po
wonio, n small station four miles oast of
whoro tho train was Magged. Tbo last
fow lines aro cotidonaod from tho testimony
at tho inquest Tho fact of n heavy grado
is well-known; had not used steam for
tho last mile before seeing tho
signal; reversed tho engine!
opened tho aund box ; whllo the
llremun rut up the brake on tlm tender.
Having dono all that was possible to be
donu to ptovent tho catastrophe tho en
gineer and fireman jumped from llio en
gind. There woro !10 freight cars, mostly
loadod, going at tho rate of tllt-jen miles
nn hour. In tho ronr of tho express oilt
word bound tho truck wua wet
with fog nnd tho train could
not bo chocked but tlld
rapidly or. at tho rate of at least 10 miles
per hour when It struck the rear of the ex
press, the engineer tustilled he could
huvo slopped the train for u ccitalnty if
Hugged one and a hall' miles further away,
and probably If half a milo further.
Judging from all that wua dono between
tho stopping of tho express and the catas
trophe, ihero was timo for the llagman
to walk to l'uwnniii whom
li,, u-.uild havu found tho froiglit
train taking wood and water. After tho
accident tho express hrukomuii, .McNeill,
walked to .Muir, ono and n fourth inilca,
awakened the section foreman who dressed
and got out a hand car. Ilolh went to the
express. Then .McNeil wai sunt bv tho
conductor to Darvoy and Ilunun tho llig
men, und nil couiplnconly waited lu to 1'.
minutes as thoy severally estimated tho
timo till tho freight came tearing along.
Tho investigation will ho continued to.
l-'UCLM I N! 1)1 AN A PO LIS.
lNiii.vNAroi.i, August 30. Two young
men from Washington, Illinois, William
Shean and Geo. Duruii, walking to Indiu
napolois, bat down on tho 1. C. and I,,
railroad truck to rest, 8 miles west ot bore,
foil asleep and were run over by tho oast
bound express about 3 o'clock this morn
ing. Shuan'H left shoulder was badly
mushed besides internal injuries, and
Durun's skull and left arm wero fractured,
lloth aro in a precarious condition, es
pecially Duran, and it is hardly possible
thoy will survive.
Til' Prusbyteriun female college build
ing ut Greoncastlo, Indiana, was entirely
destroyed by tiro this morning. Loss
12,000; no insurance.
Wamiimiton, August 2i!. Probabili
ties Kor tho Northwest and Upper I.ako
region pressure will diminish, witli light
Aistrly hiwI Hntttlmrly .viml unit liih
temperature, with local juitis. Kor Ohio
valloy und then southward c vor South At-
luiitiu and Gull states pressure will di
minish und southeustorly and southwest
erly winds, higher tempuinfiiru, with
partly cloudy wouthor. Kor Nuw En
gland, tho .Middle states and l.owor I.ako
region higher temperature on Sunday
with light southeasterly nnd southwest
erly winds and loss cloudiness.
Memi-iuk, August iSO. Uritton, nmto of
tho steamer Great Republic, who shot a
deck hand at Now Orleans a lew d.iys
since, was arrested on tho arrival of tho
bout, on a warrant iworn out by a deck
hand who saw tho shooting. Hritton gave
a bond of $5,000, and will return to Nuw
Orleans and turrundor himself to tho au
thorities. FRO-M A'EW ORLKAXS.
(JUAUANTINK SU.-iTEN lKl.
Nkw Olil.KA.vs, August !!0. A disp-itrh
to Messrs. C. A. Whitnoy Ai Co,, from
Galveston, states that tho quarantine
regulations which woro to go into effect
uguinst New Orlouus on Monday, have
been withdrawn, consequently regular
communication with Tuxas purls remains
H.u.TiMOUK, August . '10. Tho remains
of Dr. I. Clurenco Showalter, who mur
dered his wife nnd then committed sui
cide, Thursday night, havu boon interred
in tho Potter's Held.
Halifax, August ;10. A dispatch from
Sydney, C. II., stutos tho schooner
Europe capsi.ed in a galu on Sunday lust,
and all hands woro lost.
St. Louh, August HO. Plour un
changed. Wheat, do; No 2, $1 05; fall, nctive
nud highe; No 1, red, $1 211 t!'J ; No
!l, $1 TJ1 30 ; No'-', $1 00.
Corn No , mixed, on the tpot, incited,
higher and unsettled, witli salut ut OOiSCic
September; 4 115. October.
Outs excited and higor with sulet No 2
mixed nt :i:i03"c cush ; ,'JOc oilercd for
Ryo firm ut 01(,050.
Pork quiet nt $IC 751H.
Dry tult moat nominal. liacon dull.
Shouldors 'Jjp, Clear rib IbiCylOjc, Oleur
Whisky hlghor ; U 02.
Cuttlo dull; alluring mostly Texan
medium and fair; native- U lol 80
good Texaiii $2 02()2 0.1.
Hogs oulutat H ilM).
Nkw Oklkand, August 30. Oats dull
Ooll'eu active und higher, common
(giJUc; fair '2n'22c: good WJ22;
Hay Urmer, prlmo $211.
Whltkev acarce and hlghor; I.oulsiann
$1 04; Cincinnati $1 08.
.Mkmi'HIh, August !!0 Cotton acarro
and llrm, low to middling lilBjc; mid
flour, quiet and uncuangou.
Corn meal firmer at $2 fd2 CO.
Corn, lu good domamrot fiic.
Oat, active and higher nt 10012c.
llran, dull nt JM 76.
Hay. dull and nominal.
Kurd and pork dull
llncon dull nnd drooping.
Hint hiiiI tii 1 1 ol I In- Hlvcr
Kor 24 hours ending :i p.m., August :w, ISTll
I r !
l.caNonuoith . ..,
New (Irleunt ... ,
M. Louis H
M. Paul ! I
EllW I.N t Aid. AMI,
Observer -Iff. Sci. P. s. A.
Sr. Louis, August 30. Arrived: J.
M. Phillips, Cairo; Rub Roy, Keokuk: Du
Smet.S. 11. Long and Kinney, MUsonri
river; Dictator, Cincinnati; Hornet, Uhio
river. Departed: Rob Roy, Keokuk;
Helena, S'icksburg; Elliott, Memphis; St.
Luke, Red rivur; DoSinut, Missouri r.vur.
Rivur fulling slowly. Wcuthur clear and
houisviLLi:, August !I0. liivor fulling
slowly with feet in channel and 3 feet in
puss down Indian chutu. Weather clear
and warm. Arrivals: lieu Franklin,
Cincinnati; .Morning Star, Henderson.
Departed : lien Franklin, Cincinnati;
Morning Star, Hudnersou,
Kva.nm'ILLK, August 30. Cleur and
hot. River ut a stand still. Up: Flor
ence I.uu, Raven and barges; Idlewlld,
Idlewild, Geo Roborls, Ohurmor. Down:
Sturm No 3 nnd barges, .Mary Anient,
Grey Eagle; llusiness fair.
M km hi l, August 3d. Wenthor clear.
River falling. Departed. Susio Silvur.
Grand Trwer; Groat Republic, St. I.ouis;
Crescent City and barges, Gluncoe, Chas.
Rodman, Now Orleans; City of Augusta,
Namivii.I.k, August 30. Departed
Arch P. G men, Cairo. Rivur rosu 0 inches
since last report, with vi; Indies u thu
ulirmU. Yeather clear and pleasant.
Vu'KMiuno, August 30. Down: Mol
liu -Mooro. Up: Howard, Hurt Able, !i
.in, Vvntltui i,n,tt. --.I n. Ui..,
Cincinnati, August 30. Kivor 10 feet
and falling. Arrivud from and James
Parkor lull for Memphis. Weather fair
Nkw Ohlkans, August 30. No arri
vals or departures. Tbermoiiuitur is
W. II. Aioirii,
II. II. I .indrr
Mo.l'uh. ami II. H. Oi.iu
K1RE, HUhh, CARGO, hIVE HTOUK
r sr &xrtt jK.xTG :ir,.
Asst fh,tu,un t
Atftts J,73,(ni ic
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INTKKHATfONAL, N. Y
kttoU 11,'tf 1,34s
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AMKUIUAN OKNTKAL, MO
0O.NNK0T1CUT MUTUAL. LtKK,
AcU 30,l',IS'O (
'I'ltA VKLKltU', 11 AHTKOHU, LIKK AN1I
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UAPVOHD, MOUltlS & UANUKK,
71 Ohio LutM,
TKUTON1A L I V hi INSUItANUK
OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Oknt'l.Ofkiuk, 17' Washington St.
This Geiinan I.lfo In.uruucu Coiimuny
guarautees not only Paid-up Policies l.ut
also a Value in Cunh on tho Non-foi fetturo
JOHN A. HUOK. . . . l'rusident
CKNOIIELSDoitP, - . . Hocrutary
JOHN W. PRUKSH,
Aout fur Cuiro and vicinity,
SECTION NO. 47.
A.Hociutioii for pruuintlng I.lfo Insilranoo
unit hick Relief by weekly dues and luuluul
HMiptirutlon in ohjoctsof puhllo bcncUt.
J j" f l" Insurance Policies will bo Issued
I') thu Ictitonlu l.lfu Insurance Coinpuny.
II. MEYERS, l'resldont.
JOHN W. PRUESH, Ao't.
for (lalroand Vlotully
Eioutu Mt,, Ut. Com. & Wabil,
HA IjLIDAY iTlUW'H E RH
imilWAHlUNO ahii UOMMIHSION
vi r. II II II A M Si,
D FA I. MRU IN Fl OUR;
to. I Atfrnti or
OHIO lltVMII A. Nil kANAWIIA
s A,T.,'L, r,:c ivf 'pa pi t jr.H.
70 Ohio Lkvkic,
I. II. M ATHUSS..
1 11 U1II. I
MAT HUSH A UIII j
FO'RWABJl r.l f CJ
Commission M k h c h an i a
JAY ANI) WHSTHKN I'KODUOH
iiti i,: vk
.1. ,M. IMIll.J.Il'H,
Forwtniiiig nnd Coininiduion
' VV H A R P- II 0 A T P RO P 11 1 KTO R.
prupir.-l to Tirvird ill klnli of ft elil,l
to :ill iiointi,
thsr-iiilui ktun.ln.l lo ,ruin,llr.
OENERAI, (JOMMIBSION MKIHUIAKT '
And iIi-hIit In
I.IUKCimknt, Plahtkh, Haik, Kt'.
Nit tllllo l.eii'f,
tnri will veil in cur Ii.t.l loti at niiiiiiluc
turcri' prleos, adilliu; lielhl. 111
WO(JI) Jiri'PKNIIOUS. : HUO
(sjucral (.'niniuirisinri Murehun
IH.1 Oil III I.ICVKK
M US. JI oO K K,
On Kluhltihtrei t, l.tiwctn (loiimuircial tu 1 Wati
nlon AfuiiUUd, la dully reclTln
NKW JUIiLINKlty (JOUH.S
LATKhT Critl.Vfl AMll MJMM KK HTYLK1
HtmnIrK a full linn of
BOXTlTia'TB &c HAT8
ITriinine.i and niilrunini'.l.l
KliENUII FI.OWK.ltH, ItUIIIUNri, TKIUMIMI1
(if Hi) kin. I, l.ara, etc., eto.
Mu, Mellon ha, alrto n larxe. adortiiumt f
Kancj Arllolea.mcli a
NK01C TI.'.H, O'tl.LAHH. I1M)K.IHI.KKVKH,
And all iillmr arlicltm uiually found in a
KIHST-CIjASS MIIiLINKHY HTORH
Mrs. SU'Uco, In nddltlon to her Htoek ol
Fancy und Millinery Oomln, hits u lino und
Complete uwnortinent of Clnelnniitl Cilt.toni
miido l.udios' nnd Mfnaen' HIhich und Chl.
ilrens' llnotK, Ului'l; nud ill Colors. 'Iliex
iiieiieUnowledKed to lio the llnest nnd IiohI
ever in the market, and thin Is tho only
Iioiiko the I'ltv Hint inakim tlieni Hpeelnltv
WARD & HOKKHTS,
Okai.kkh 1.1 AVlNllOW HllADKH,
Wall Pai-kk, Puiu "Wiutk
llKAl), Linhkkii On,
KriltiTS TUIU'KNTINI!, Of.UK
Siikllac, Alcohol, Kia, Uto.
Wualilngton avenue und Kloviditli itieot,
Caiuo, . . . Ii.r.iNoi
'ir.i;ieivulli mill tol t- Nl.,
lnlornii tliu puhlic Unit he lniieiigai;ed tlir
er lii'i of u PIihI-i Liu Wukoii liiul.iiiand
also a Kii'jt-i'Us llor.-u hlioer and In ready
to uunulai luio ami epairall kinds of wort
in tlil trade with np'iir and dispatch,
So I'lrsim run tntte tlirssi llltlrrt accord.
1.1,1 In illn r-tlon. and remain lonu unwell, rtvltf.I
tlielr hones are not ilctrejed lijr mineral iiolwm or
btlicr niiMiH, mid ltal organs wulrd tcjoiid 1 1, a
Itolnt or repair.
lyaH'ila or tnillf tlor., Ilt-U'larlip, 1'iilt,
In tliu liMiiklrr4, Couitln, 'llttlitncss of llir ciim
lil.liirs4, Sour Dructatloni of ttu: .stnmarli I . '
Tusle Ill tlm Mnutli, lllltuui Alturts, I'aliaintl'-ii
tliu Heart, Innaiiiluatluti of the Luiiirs, f'.ilu hi t
nylon of the Kidneys, anil a hundred other pin
sjiiiptonn, nro UieoirsprliiKi of fijsiieiiu, o,
Ixillio will provo a bi'tler Kuiruutce of iU uu
tli.ui a lenuthy advertlsemtiit.
Tor Kfniulr 4'iMiiplnliils, In rounir or o. I,
inarrleil or simile, nl the dawn of womanhood, ( i
tho turn of life, 1hcn Tonic Hitlers dUIilajr t i
ifi-cl'led an Influence that lmproemcnt Is swii
Knr Inllntiitiinliiry nnd C'lirnnlr Itlini
tiiutUni and (iiiul, IhlioiK, Itemllteut and In! r
Uilttent Krers. IMsc.lM'S of llifi IIIwkI, Llvt r, I il
neys and Ilhulilcr, lliem Hitters hae no eipiai.
Sueli I)lse:iei are rafiv.il lijr VIIUte.1 IlIuoJ.
Tliry nrr it urnllr I'nr kb 1 1 r ns wllii
u Toiilr, mwInk Hi" merit actlnt! a
K,erful iiKeiit lii relievlui; ijnnurstlou nr inn.nii
uiatloii nr I he I Jut and VUeral Orgaru, acid tu
I'or Skin lllariKci, nruptlOIIS, Teller, S.i!t
Itliemil, lllotehes, huU, I'iliiplei. I'tKtule, Itolli,
1'arbtiiKies, ltliiK-wuniK, Scald-llead, !)re Kyes,
Lrjslpelas, Iteh, Surfs, liieoloratlon of tliu hkln,
llumori and I inmi of the Mcin of nhatetrr funie
or future, lire literally din; up and rarn'd oui
of the system In a eliort time by tliu wk of tlne
(iiiiirrul Tliinisninli proclaim Viseoak Hit.
Ttm tliu most wonderful lutlKurant that eler
sasUuuvd Hie sluVlni; stotem,
' K. sr. JIilt(lAI.U fc fit.
Dnnrirlm sml Hen. Akh.. San Kniuclsco, Cal., &
cor. or Wsshlutitou ami Cliarltoa Ms., N V.
bOI.O UV ALL IlKl'OOlsTS A UKALKHS.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
X 11.12 OREAT
UlUITrn VrC 1 corM ''nettiiiiir pjr.rin
SYRUP. 1. pmoE
FnLJot CflfiTUiiIon nI nTr rrr?
r ium it II iDcuJftst t; V
Ii.Untt i. ml C'liilJmi J
WHITCOMB S '1 .f..l D,U.;r .cmpUiLt,
8YRUP. y ChiUnn ut all ei
Itelktrs ln, lwuiirn-1 SS?
l,ulion In 15 (.r'JJiniimtf ,! t
lut ton uud p(iwr to tbo lyitaai. J ox:
It l tl, Inf.int"' and riillJrta's Uteat lu tl.icj
litinrily, In all ilmrdtn Ltuul.t uu by Icetblii "
lilrtlculat Inralllni; fur ilKS. WHITCOMIl'j
t Vltl'l', and taVo no otlitr
rrredby tb UIIAITOS MCldCINi: CO , hi
l)nl, Mu, Col. I l.y Druclita auJ l)ltn lu
Medico, ?ry wbera.
.BUY M CAN 01 Li. DO YOU QOfl U
' fo:mti. ...
liTfltttoLtlnn tlie Moo ! un l trouilDK the tlfr tt. 1
ttrvtiT utfau lo u liuiilltijr ftrllon, Ir il:ir)
l(cjt ttti l l'Uut I'tlU ruf itmuy cinUiititi whu h t
Muultl i(o t l-o niipt'M'il lUf could r4Cli, m li u
llHlIUt'll, I'lltll 111 I III Nltlt', S'lllllti
IH'H or lliu UniiiNaiMl lrvl. Iltilliiok,
4'hillnrSN, Illicit UDttUiii. Svtt riitctu.
t.ttHH or Appi'llti', IIIIlitiiH lryx'iilrv
KltllM'X AlU'ctloim, 4'wimt .oiafhm, !!
hlllty, IVvrrn or all UlntN, lti
vJu, Juuuillri, ft'tJ otLtr-r kiuJc I t mjut-.u
nniD( fruui a low gUl ut thi UJjr, at oLttf u tiuu
t f 14 fuUCtloUi.
Hung freo Irom -Mercury atil other j-uUon tbor
au I'd UtaCit At alt tluiftj Atil uuJvr nit ciruimtttii
u, ?itlfut i ml ti dlot, liiiitit,4 nr 'Uduri
TLif mtiuiu tl.f t-ikiiLl nl Uitlrrut-er I
jHrttliito lipftlthy n tioii, j-nin ttiem tttiijtt ti
liitur'ln tlnfiijif Jve mil tbrowun..toUtrti ttoui
v.liiiU nt a tlm ttrt rati ut JiH-att( ullliouc
iroiturlii(c 'itl"r niiiiHi'it or tcrlihir;.
All hem y uti'l ilrsUHy iiiMttou, wtilrb aru tt
t tt-runner uf dirt-ful Jlti-af "luha A poil ',
lirnl tiStroUt,Ac aru rtloctu-tlly MtUatei
tt (y ttfowiji - of the krhiUi I'tlti
r'uii 4ir taufsiarjiinilkii t tut ia LbtjUtti, uaaa, fttiiik
ill J, tiittb Ye. 'n ; j I . u lt
I - i I f It. Ir tf m II 11 ' Co Ft L iU W
h .Jbi ii i.(atU ka.J lJavlli ii-lkl, lri tft.
I lie liuuriiiK liu'onintlvu 1 1 1 1 1 1 I no rare
lull i iiuuu'cri'il, oilii'i wioii il iiih run or!
the ir.ii'l. ol llle at any 111111110111. 'lol.ci-p
lit delli ali' Intel mil 111 ichinery In pcilrrl
trim, or to put it in lmoiI woikim; voiiillllou
when out ol older, l the n'i'iill.ir proMme
Tarrant's WiYrvokcciit Seltzer Apci lcnt
Thu tliorouuhiicsh with whirh it i'Iinuim-,
without hril:illii the howi'li, tin tone iiiul
iorwhieh It Impart- to the htoniaeh , it
appi'lllnn lli'i'l; lt foolliii?, ivlu'-liiiii;
ojieialioii in leer; tile relli'l it tillnrd- in
hrailiii'lm 1 IIh aiilidiilloii" propurtlux, anil
iln btlperlor merllo uh a Keiieral roirei live,
jilktll) the 11--1TIH111 lli;i! U li, In- mill all
ciiinpallMili, tlm lun-t iillliililc family lili'dl
l ine of thi' aue. .'n il ly a" dniRKltdh.
JOY TO Til P. APPIilCTICD!
IMIAIiLHNUKS TIIK WORLD
This preparation is ueknowludgi'd to he
superior to nil known mi'dlriue as a Mile
mid certain curu for syphilis ill all its 1'oiiiih,
no uiattcr how ilcplorahlu the condition ol
thu patient. It Lscntlrcly cetahle. It can
he taken lu all conditions ot the hy-h'iu, ami
with h:ic, iiIm,, in eonncctinli with other
mcillcinu, li tlm patient dcMics. Tint 11
clpc, from whiuli tills piciaratloii was made,
was ohtuiueil fiom all old phyi-lchililii South
America, in lbJJ, hy Dr. Mit'iinan, .Sr., who
has iced It with unparalleled micccs in llio
treatment ol Hyphllls not only excltlm; tho
adiiilratlon and aslonWiuient ol Icadlnj' clil
ens, hut of the medical laciilly, and has
mvctl the lles ol many mulcted when kIhui
up as past hope hy eUllllul and eminent phy-
uimiiottlu will Katl.l'y tliu Krualot skeptic
as to Its MipciliirityoMirall other pi cpara
thins now Iiiii-c.
1'ilcc, ,ri per hollle. Sent loaiiypaitol
the Unllml Mates hy expires, I'icjiiii'il and
The Ureal Spcelall-t,
No. 5 Christy A v., .St, Lniils, .Mo,
(J. W. DUNNINU, JI. I).
OKHIKKNUK coruorNlnth und Walnut tin,
JVoitleo-eoiuur Hltl etrwt ami Ohio luvee,
OirTou lioiua-fioin b a.m. lu lu in,, and U l.m
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