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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1873
loMtf, lb ant? Mornlmr nlljr
rBr PafelUkftJU Moutnern llllnnlt,
JOUN H.OUHULY.. Kdttor and Publisher
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TUK DOLLAR WKKHLY UULLKTIN
JabD 1L Oberly bae reduced tbe nihtcrip
tlon prioe of the Wiikxy Cairo HtnxiTis
tt One Dollar per annum, making tt the
obeape'it paper published in Southern lUlnot
BMtllag caattar on every lae.
LoEl.Uir.l.1 claims to be entirely free
Tuc "state of Meooupln" li about to re
pudiato her court home bondi.
S It It believed that the regular builncsi
of the government at "Washington will be
resumed within a weolf, or two at nn
oarller period than was anticipated, the
coolneit of tLe weather causing an early
cloio of the season at summer reiorti
and giving the heads of departments and
chiefs of bureaus no longer an excuso to
linger away from "Washington. It Is not
expectod that tho president will fettle
down to business beforo the first of October.
Mn bines, W. K. ilarnesot 1 Rock ford t,
llemmer, for. aowliig Machine. J'. C
Well, JHollne)-Apparatus forstamliig
grain;-J. H'Eburt ot al Dsoatiirf Ma
chine for dressing Millstone, W. t arrow,
Alexandria; Middlings IMrifler, A. Han
tor ot al (Juinry; Carrligo Top, .1. II.
Tea Kettle Spout, .1. Ait. SlprllnR.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
FROM 1NEW YORK
tficw York, September 10. The mast
meeting al Coopor Institute this ovenlnng,
In favor of choap transportation, was un
usually large and important. The call for
the meeting was signed by a majority of
the heaviest business Drtnt of the city.
Mayor llavempyor presided. Senator
WIndom of tho congressional transport
tion committeo was present. Addresses
Tilt Diocesan Convention of tho Epis
copal church takes place this wock at
Chicago. We make tho following extract
concerning it from the 'Tribune.' :
The thirty-sixth annual convention of
tha Protestant Episcopal church for the
Diocese of Illinois will assembio in the
Cathodal church of S3. Peter and' Paul,
en Tnesday, the 9th of September, at 10
o'clock a.m. The clerical and lay dele
gates from almost every parish in the dio
cese will bo pfeiont and participate in tho
servlcos. The convention sermon wilt to
preached by the Rev. Sidney Corbett, D.
D., Hector of St. John's, (julncy.
Tjik defalcation of John T. Harper at
Springfield, collector of intornal revenue
for that district, is tho all absorbing ques
tion in that city at present. No satisfac
tory explanation of the cause for tho de
falcation has yet been made public. Har
per was a man whose reputation for Integ
rity was or tbo mgbeiland bis tail nas oc
casioned consternation and dismay among
his political and personal friends. Tho
fact that ho mado and signed a written
statoment, showing tho amount of bis defi
cit to be one hundred and ten thousand
dollars, and that this confession was kept
secret by the head clerk, Mr. Al. Smith,
and another gentloman, for tlx days is one
of the singular features of tho affair. Ap
parently vigorous attempts .aro being
mnilo by Dopuly Commliilomit Bwaat,
Supervisor Munu and xrstrfct Attorney
"Wilson to thoroughly invostlgato tho
caso. Now applicants for the position are
already numerous, Smith, tho defaulting
collector's chief clerk appearing to hnvo
the best chance. Whethor his willingness
t cover up tbe crimo of his superior un
til furthor concoalmont was impossible
will ba for or against him with tho ad
ministration, time will determine.
were made by Mr. P. L
the produce exchange; L,
W. Blount. A. W. Penny and others
Tho resolutions adopted begin with the
organization of an association to bo known
as the "Now York Choap Traiportstion
association." Aftot alluding to tho rapid
increase in agricultural and manufactured
produce of the country, resolution!
wore set fortli tlmt tho policy of
government should bo to protect the pro
ducing intorost of commcrcu from corpo
rations and monopolies, which tend to
subvert tho rights of the pooplo. Doublo
trask railroads, cxcluiivoly for freight,
aro pronounced absolutely necessary, and
reform in tho management of railroads is
tho domand, Tho frequent and arbitrary
cbargos in freight rates are donouncod,
nad uniform rates demanded. Resolutions
ware adoptod alluding to what should bo a
true canal system, and calling for special
legislation in aid of American shipbuilding
Tho meeting closed with a demand for
wiso and liberal policy on tho part of
tho stnto and municipal legislatures, and
oxcrcieos of energy, skill and sound Judg
mont by merchants, so ni to (ocure tho
lowest prices for tho transportation of
merchandise, either by land or water.
1I0LP ATTEMPT AT KOIinBUT.
Dbsvi.ii, Colorado, September IP. Tl.o
News, special from Hugo, Colorado, to-day
contains tho following information of a
bold nttompt inmhi nt Uiver lloml this
morning nt day light to rob United States
Army Paymaster llrooks, as ho was going
from tho trnin to tho camp of tho Sixth
cavalry, about threo miles from lllvcr
Ileml, to pay tho troops :
Ho got oil" of tho western hound pas
senger train this morning and was mot at
tho station by Capt. Irwin and
Lieut. Will Moore of tho Sixth cavalry,
with an ambulance. Mr. Rjbcrts, wilo
of tbe post trader and some soldiers wero
also in tha ambulanc. When a short dis
tance from tho station, tho ambulance was
halted by two nin who were ma-Wed,
and three shots were tired by them from
a shot fJD loaded with bu.'k shot, taking
etTttt in Irwin's buck. At tirst hit iuju
rls wero considered slight, bat be has
since cotanivnced blsiia$ internally and
ia now splitinv: blxl.
i asotucs snvr wi risit)
Mo.vuok, Louisiana, Soplombor 10.
On Saturday last Judgo T. S. Crawford
ndjournod tho district court at "Winnci-
boro, Pranklln parish, till Tucsdoy. Ho
accompanied District Attorney Arthur
Harris to Columbia, Caldwell parish, md
spont tho Sabbath at that placo.
They started from Columbia on
their roturn to Wlnnenboro on Mon
day morning "id whan twolvo miles south
west of "Winnosboro, they wero way-loid
Yy lour men lying In ambush, in tno mia
dlo of a donso thicket of several miles in
extent, aud murdered in cold blood.
Judgo Crawford was shot in flvo places in
tho head nnd body, and it is thought ho
trugglod with his nseussins as his head
was badly bruised and mangled. Mr.
Harris was shot in tho back of tho head
and tbo thigh, and his horso was shot un
der him. Tho bodioi woro found on Mon
day ovoning by Thomas J. llnugli, who
was on his way to Winnosboro to attend
court. It is thought tho murders wero
committed by a party of doiporadoe?,
known asTouy.Winrios' gang. The leader
of their party was triod ut tho last term
of court beforo Judgo Crawford
at Columbia for murdor nnd conviutod,
boing prosecuted by District Attorney
Harris. He mado his escape from tho
Jail beforo bis sontence, nnd bus made re
pcatod threats that ho would kill the
iudeo and prosecuting Attornoy. Iho
pooplo of tho parish are indiguant, nnd
a largo number of men aro in pursuit. It
is thought tho inurdorora will bo ovor-
takon within twonty-four hours.
Judgo Crawford was about fifty years
of age, a flno lawyer and an upright
Julge. Hols a brother of Senator Craw
ford of Madison parish, and leaves a
Urgo family. Ho was hurried at Col
umbia on Monday. Harris was it
. ii.. ..... .1 r..m Vit.
need of St-altbouch that Is not to bo lost olu. Rnu '""
sight of-as because It stamps the passage gw-BUnd social qualities. Ho has been
of tho bill with the most docidod mark of attue Dar in Jorlli louisana lor iwonvj
li.nnrnlntlAn K.m.n Iho,.. TtlTI, Mid Will ma40r of the
returns his share to the treasury does I Ojlainbla lodge of Proa Masons.
something towards redeeming tho good 1111 lody w" brought to this place and his
r.mmf mir nnliilpt i to oil tit 18.104.22.168.- fanoriillw ill tali e place this afternoii. The
w. . . . . - " - ..uw- I
I hi lha rabbr froia apittul. thit ball rill-
lttadfoti, O. I . v.i .lV,v, I,. throueh
I p. " - " - j r .
Mrs. Koberti' hand, making a painful
wound. Lirut. Will Jlior and hl )'
tol at one of tho robbers named G. W
Graham, formerly captin of th9 tenth
cavalrv at Ft. Leavenworth. The ball
pssied through his body juit below the
heart and he is djine. Tho othor robber
was John Dyck, formerly keeper of No,
stage station on tho Atchison, TopiAa and
Santa Feo railroad.
PROM MAS3 A C fi DSETTS
"WoRCEbTGii, Soptomber 10. Tho Re
publican stato convention was called at
half past 11 o'clock and a rpeclal train
from Hoiton brought a number of dole
gates about that hour. Many of tho
moroprominont champions wero parading
tho corridors of tho inoclianlci' hall at tho
appointed time unable to obtain admls
was around enrly and woro a look of sin
cority and satisfaction. Do wis ap
pl.iuded iu he paxod up through tho hall
arrived nt tho hall at a quartorpait 11
o'clock and w loudly choorod by tho
crowdlas he passed in. lly soino mean
or other tho mombors of tho prois, though
they presented tho required tickota of ad
mission at the back ontcrancoof tho hall
were not ablo to obtain admission until
nearly 11 o'clock.
TUB HUSH AT T11H DOORS
was trcmbndous, when tho polico got
ordors to throw thorn optn. It appears
that delay aros from tho sifting process
bj tho committco on credentials. At ten
minutes past 1'2 it was announced by Rico
to tha impatient delegates, that tho com
mlttuo wished to get through its work h
shoitlv as Do;sIblf. but until thon thov
must wait. Tho JJutlur olmcnl horo gave
throo cheers for their favorite, in response
to which tho general stepped on the plat
form nnd mado his bow, and received a
porfoctly deafening ovation. Tho general
was attired in block, and looked anything
but despondent at ho stood chatting with
to be the all absorbing topio of conversa
tion In this city The investigation has
boen adjourned to Chicago to-day, to ex
amine Into Harper's cash accounts with
banks in this city, and consult further In
regard to tho matter. Thn arrost of Al
bert Smith, Harper's cbiof clork, it re
garded by many as an offort to screen
othor prominent partial, and mako a vic
tim ef him. Ho has given bond in tho
sum of S&0.000. Somo of tli most prom-
inont citiitons of this place becoming hit
(Smith's) luretics, who exprcis confldenco
inbii Innocencoin any criminal complic
KisoToy, September 10. Advhes
from Psnama. state that revolution is
Eminent there, growing .1 of au act of
psrsonal violence by tho polico against
Col. Uschslgla. Tho polico attempted to
arroit tbo colonel in tho urand Hotel,
with the intention of marching him to
prison through tno public sireoi. mo
protested and was shot by the polico. This
act has occasional lntenio oxcltement.
The csblo which was laid between
Kingston and Aiplnwall, and which was
twice lost, fin again been recovered,
Cincinnati; Pat Rogers, Cincinnati; Sandy, John Q. Harman
roy. JieparteJ, Uen. mill, t iticimiaii,
at Rogers, Cincinnati; Sandy, Trnyj J.
Raltiuof.b Septomber 10. A large
woolen mill of Ashland manufacturing
company at "Wetbardville, Kaltimore
countv, burned yesterdav. Lou. about
$10,000; Insured $2'2,609.
THE DISPOSITION OF THE UAOJt
Possibly there is a grain of comfort in
the letter of Treasurer Spinnor for thoso
congressmen who still retain their back
pay and want a good excuso for continu
ing to do so. Mr. Spinnor thinks that no
manner ot covering it into tho treasury
will prevent tbe possibility of members
uncovering it and intimates that only by
willing It to the government can they
finally place it beyond tho reach of them
selvoa and their hoirs. Henco tbe con
gressman may argue, "If all poitorlty it
to have an opportunity to reap tbe benefit
of the money why shall 1 heiitate to do so
Rut this reasoning will he as fallacious
as a great doal that has already boon
heard on the subject. In tbo first place
the return of the money Is commendable
sot so much because the government is in
"WASuiKaToy, Septomber 10. l'roba
bilities For New England on Thursday
procure will diminish with fresh easterly
and southorly winds and cloudy wuathor,
and with rain over southern part, For
Middlo Statei generally cloudy woatbor
with raln,freiboaiterly to northerly wind
from southeftern New York to Virglnlr
but with southeasterly to soutliwetteriy
winds and occasional light rain from
wcitern Now York to AVeit Virginia,
For, South; Atlantic states fresh north
east to northweiterly and cloudy
weather with occasional rain on coast fo
tho Gulf States cast of the Mississippi
partly cloudy nnd gentle to freih north
cast to southeast winds for To nr.
i;S!oo, Ohio Valley, nnd th
lower lake region, freih and
occrsionally brisk winds veering to weit
rly and southerly, partly cloudy weather,
higbortcmperaturc, with poisiblo occasion
al light rain ovor tho two latto
For tho upper laku region higher temper
aturo and fresh winds, mostly from tho
South and "West, partly cloudy weather
with occasional lli'ht rain over northern
Mnir-Bis, Sontombar 1(1, Cotton
steady and unchanged.
r lour quiut and ihioIjhiikco;.
Corn meal firm, (2 900.! &.
Corn scarce and firm, tCc in storo'
Oats stoady. 1COJ70.
Hay quiet ond unchanged, scarco and
Ilacon steady: shoulders nc: sides 10n-
Pork dull and nominal.
NW Orleans. Henternhor 10 Flour
dull; IXX $0(,7 CU; family jHfjy'J 7fi.
Corn supply light all kinds "Uo.
llran quit, Hoc.
Hay iuiet and firm. IHYai'J.I: choice
i'ork uiill and nominal, SIT f0.
Dried call mean scarco: sbouldurs 01c.
Uacon dull nnd nominal UU,l:ic. Hams
Lardilull: tlerco 8'.o; Vtu lojr.olj.
Sugar dull; good fair 10c.
Mola'ie no movemont.
"WhliVey dull; Louisiana &9c: Clhcln-
ati Si (),').
Coffee firm: fair to prlmo JJgrjjA
Corn meal 1'J 01).
Oold H i.
St. Louis, September 10. Flour steady
omanii but less nrm, super HQiA i5; A
0fS,6 60; XX $5 25; XXX $0 SO-
7 36; family 57 60(a,8.
ueut, ppritic in uetnanu anu nrm.
No.SSl 0im 08: No. 21 LVTul 15: fall
active and higbor,No.4, red $1 'Ms i)8.
Corn, more ouering and lower, So, 2
mixed A('ji caih.
Oats blL!lier,iierlnRs lirlit, o. 2 :! l&r-
3uc cash; 32,3.'!c September.
Ryo stoady at 70072c.
Poik quiot lCc.
Whiskey steady at 03c.
Hogs rateady at t' HOfct COc.
Cattle quist and unchangod.
inghls own Idoa of honesty
And, so far as this goas, he will be none
the less succesful If, when he oxiits mly
in volumes of congressional biography,
hit deicondanta shall deem it advisablo to
draw the money which he refuted, Rut
evsn If Treasurer Bplnnsr's vlow of tbe
matter be right and of this we aro not
certain and it remains In their pewor to
do this, w hesitate to believe that it will
often bo done. u can auure all con
erossinen that newspaper correipondcnts
will for a long time koep their uyes on this
fund, ana wnonovor any aemanus are
mado upon it the "paragraph" thereby
rondorod available will be used, and they
may be certain that the act will be no leu
dishonest in the future than in tbe pait
Meanwhile if a word of eommon eonio
may be heard In all this din of discussion,
we should like to ask It there is unj law
or usage which prevents a member of con-
cress drawing tbe back pay which already
stands to hit credit, and is his by law, and
banding itover to tho United Statei treat
ury te gift? and if, the pay being
tt disposed of, it can never bo rccalUd,
any more than other tonicionco money
turned into tbe treasury 7
Lilt of Patents issued from tbe United
HUtef Patent Office to Illinois Inven
tors, for tb week ending August 10,
1878, ajid each bearing tbt date. Fur
iihod this paper by Coi it Cox, Solicit
' orTof "Patents, "Wathlngton, D. O.
Straw Conveyer, for Threshing Ma
ehina.G. I. Decker, Boons; Harvestor,
f. Hlwwoof, Polo ; Three i Horse Kq.l-
Ikar. T. iWOtwieyi uuiuu , u. icin
71 ,v 1 vili.lnr. nt al IjK
sorvlces were conducted by tho masonic
fraternity. The district court In this
placo has udjournod in roipoct to tbe
momory of tbe decaaiod. Tho aiiisitlna
tion of thso gentlomen hai no political
ilgnillcatlon. They woro murderod by
doiperadoci whoso emnity thoy had in
curred in tho diichargo of thoir olllclal
IK KUITOU HloT.
li.'UUNiroi.if, Septambor 10. A ipc-
claltothe Journal, from Frankfort. In
diana, tays Fletcher Murldeth, editor and
proprietor of tho Clinton llanncr, wts
shot, to-day, by John A. Douglm, whom
wife has a millinery shop up stairs.
Douglas concealed himsalf in thn loft, and,
when Merideth enlorod tho storo and
commancod.oonvorsKtlon with Mrs. Doug
las), Dougluii shot from a hole In tho call-
Ing, the pall paslng through Meridoth's
wrist and ontortug his right breast. Tho
wound is considered dangerous.
'iw. l "Heeler,
'VllfaLwaDmsiiiK Machine, L. Jtandolpfa
' jSKwrUl? I Wbol Tiow, L. W. Rich!
. K,Ko.W.i BoVUnUoldcrforSewing
yovk nbKDiir.1) caieu or yellow rr.VKit.
Si'KKVKroUT, fjoptombor 16. Yellow
(over provails as an epldomlc. ISusluoss
of all kinds is prostratod. Tboro is much
suffering for tho want of attention. Tho
nurses and doctors aro worn out. Intor
monts yosterday were 10 from yollow
feyer, 12 to-doy. At least H09 aro down,
though not all with fever. Tho sickness
is fearful to '.'ontompUto,
SiT.iNtiriKi.il, Scptnmbor 19. Major J.
W. Wham, lately appointed wardon of
tho ponitontiary, lllod his bond in tho ofllco
of tho iccrotary of stato this day.
Henry T. llanoy rosigned his position as
a tnpinber of tho committeo on appoals in
tho Chicago grain inspection department.
and T. T. Gurnoy was this day appointed
bv the board of railrojd and waroboueo
commlirionors to fill tho acancy.
Tho stato board of oquallzatnn aro
awaiting patiently tho roturn of the spe
cial committeo sont to Chicago to examine
into and report ue to tho falluro of raid
county in assessing and returning many
railllon dollars' worth of property belong
ing to incorporated companies.
Roddick M. Rldgoly was tn-day ap
pointed superintendent of tho City Rail
way company, said company controllng
both lines in tbe city.
liurglari, who have beon disturbing the
pcaco and quiet of our citizgns by thoir
nocturnal viiiti, have transferred thorn
solves to new fields, and are now preying
upon tbo farmers in tho vicinity of
Springfidid, a number of tbe victims bo.
ing in tho city during tbo day, looking for
tolen horxci and other property.
Tin orrioiAL lxquihT
into tha ftffalm of Col, Harper, lato
United Stales collector, is being conducted
by the ruvenuo bfilciale, and will proba
bly continue tevoral days, as it is tho In
tention to make tho Investigation thorough
mid elicit all tbo facts in tbo caie.
lions. S. II. Treats. Georgo II. Harlow
and R. I'. Johnson left tho city laituvec
ing for Chicago, to attend the annual con
ventionoftbo Dloccic of Illinois, which
anumblus to-day In the cathedral of Sts
Peter and Paul.
The reports of commiHionors author'
tzod byliccniu to open books for subscrip
tion to capital stock to tho following corn
panie', wero this day filed, and ccrtifieates
of completo urgnnlztlion luutd by the
secretary of state, viz : Industrious
Man'i Loan hnd Trust company, capital
f 100,000, located in Chicago ; the Illinois
GIas company, capital $10,000, located At
UK UK a AKKIST.
Mr. Albert Smith of this city, chief
clerk In tho collector's office, was tills af
tornoon placod under arrest upon various
charges in connection with tho Harper de
falcation. Mr. Smith Immediately gave
bonds in tho sum of 560,000 to answer to
tbo charges. It Is expected that ho will
bo abundantly ablo to show his entire In
noconco of ny complicity whatever, or of
any irrogularity that would tend to cast
any reflection on bis hitherto fair name.
TifK ruitrnit dki'ai.catioh.
Tho great Harper dsfakation continues
IIU. nuJ Full f the, stivers
For 21 hour ending 3 p.m., Sept. 10, 1873
Icffcron City .,
Aioruaniown. . .
New Orleans .
8 4 1
7 0 ' 7
1 11 1
1 r, l
a ' l
5 C 1
3 o 8
1! 11 2
5 1 '
I IV 3
unservcr Mg. acr. u. s
Nashvillb, September 10. River nn
changed, 32 Mnches on shoals, "Weather
cloar and plcaient.
PlTiitnuno, September 10. River con
tinues to recede, with 2 feet 3 inobus
channel. Cloudy and warm.
ViCKanUKO, September 19. Dow
Future City and barnos. Up; City
Vickiburg. Cloudy and warm. Falling
JOHN Q. IIAKMAN tc. CO.,
Ami Lund Acoiitt ,,r ilnrf luinni. i.ntii
nml lliirllngloii rnnl Mlcwnrl Railroad nun-
.torlli Cur, otlllll Ml. nil it Ohio !,
Oiler for snln at low 11 ,ru mul rttv ii.rm.
Illi! tulluwlllg ri:ul CHtiitn :
.Nn. I - lot In the "RI.Iko Itlock" run
iiing through Hie blui'k Inini I lltucMli to
nl1't'Iilli ctreet, I,i;t reililelicu plupuliy
In l lui city. I.utt 3 ami t h 45, oil), Wali
iiiKtou HWlillf, Lituceii 'llilitteiith unit
l oiirtrciitli sheet". wi",t side -fnuil twu-
ntory ilncllliii; lioihL- nn vacli lot. Luis !
mul 6, iuljoliiii tho lait lu'lure iiauied.
i.oi m, i, -j.i, riiy, mi Slxtn street, 11111111
lili-, betwuen Coliimerelnl and tVaihlngtiiii
.1 , r 3,
nu 'J Lntn 7 ami H. b ',U. rnm.r nf fnur.
terntli ami I'nplnr treet, front ou Poplar
rtirut, west clile, nppoKlte pot-nllli:e block.
.No.U-Spleinlld Im-iiieM, biilldlni;, re.
ioiii;,i 111 rutmiu MOT), II roolu, Hall Mllll
trollt and rear i-tnlnvnv. wnterim linl Ii ilimra.
Ill iillinbor one cnmlllion: sitiiateil on north-
Oomiiiercwl avenue and
A grcut bargain II sold
Clinrtrr'! W.iroli 41, ISIU.
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
A. II. SAFFORD, President;
S. a. TAYLOR. Vlce-PrcHidenf.
II. UYSLOP. seeretary and Treasurer
P. K. IUctT, Ortif. (litmuia,
F. II. MTOCirL?ll. Pill O.Bohcu.
R, H. OcuiiiJuniK, U. r. lUu.icxi,
J, n. nutLin.
DrpixlU il nni Amount ItcoelvMttroiii
Ion CnU L'lirmrili.
TNTKtl1!9T Mtd on dMionltn l th rl 1 II
JL purcent. par asnum, Mtrob IitnJ t,vitto-
l.er in. laleten not m tiiurawn l i.auwi name
dlatcly to tho rinoolpdl of ILc depoc'.U, Iht rebt
Finnic inpm compounu inir.i.
lIAr.HIED WOMSX AND OHII.lJRr..V MAY
O THAT HO Ofll St.! CAN bkAV IT,
Or.An M.rv hunlnHt dr.r from V a.m. to .1 IMT1
and HturJr r".nc tor HAVir.it LhI'03IT
onlr. from C to t o cloct.
THE CITY NATIONAL
sja t no,
OA PITA L,
1 1. r, i u t i
W. I. I1AI.L11MY, rreildenlf
1IENKT It. HALLIOAY, Vlcv-l'r'tKxDl
A. H. BAFFOKl,CMblri
WAI.TSIl HVHLOl', AmUltsOuhier.
HTilTI Tailob, HflHM II. 0C!I3nAU
Htiiir h. Uauidat, W. 1'. IUiliijat,
C,I1. J). WlLLUHSO!), HttriltK UlUb
A. U. fiirroun.
Rxrhnnrfi, Colu nnd ITnltwt Stntea
liuuitii Ilontfiit nntl Hold.
wont corner ot
No 4 -Lot I. Ii '11. Cotnlriprr l ,1 ,v,..,
between Fourth nuJ l'llth tri el. Lot t!l,
Ii :, on Washington im-iniu, between Filth
unit aixtll Dtrveti,
- I ?I.V lot III b 2'(. lt ail. Illvii
ground. JUOc.ich on t.ay imvinotil..
0I. l,ot 1 an, I '2. In l I, norlfienrnur ol
I'elllll and Lciu Mreeti. llu-t lill.lnin Iue:i.
tlon In the city term" cay. I.otnt!!. 'i'i mid
M In b 10, lt ad., Mjiith corner ol Twentieth
aim ropiurMrrci". Also three intH in com l
hour block, 1 rout Ing on Poplar ttrtet.
No 7 Loti Is auil4ll), b 7! nouth side ot
Twenty-llr.t trett, oppose "Comeul
lllock " LTV delr.iblu lor reldi n, r our.
o o -ion ol .uia cuoieen lot, In block
, Irt nildlllon, uIiomj irruilu. be.iutltul resi
dence location, villi he hold at n vrent bar-
am. We call nartlctilar attention to 1 1.1
property an It will be eold ery low.
Not) -That cliiiiant rcrliteiice on ,Scnth
treet, owned by Capt. llunJ, ironlln 7
lect on Su venth rtreet, anil runnlug back
UOU leet to Mxtli. This property It well
Known totliunillrn.nr L'ulro uml vh niltv at
one nt the ni'Mt cotnpfeti; nnd conwnfent
renieiicf in inc city. 11 utir all ttie eon-
veiilcneec apiiertnliiluir to a llri-t-clan home.
The L'rnnnil are IiIkIiIv einhelll.bctl with
elect hhrubbery and fruit In ubiiinliiiicu :
carriage liou-n. stable uml ou t IjwlUlIm; Ur-t
ciart. uw ing to iiiu removal ot uipl. lluru
irili property w ill bo rold at a groat banraln.
onea-ytcrm. Al-o tuoloUoo cornerTblrd
street and .Ml"ilr-Iiiil Wwv. Tho Luwe
bulldlncr. forme rly oecnplcd by Out. Iliinl,
Inbil, Uhlo luvee, "Springfield Rlock," lor
.No 10 An decant rei,ilencowith four lot
in li 07, city- tor rai very ebcnp it rolil
soon. Hlt'h (.-round, ami prcuilrcs In a No
JSo 11 A .Nn, 1 cottaL'o on Fourth street
between Wellington avenue ami Walnut
street, AIo two lots running from Fourth
to Filth r-trect verr dolrablc uronerty
No lis Now two-storv dwelling In prime
order, on Loi-ut street, hlsbett ground In
tne eiiy, two loti. rnc. r i ,iw.
o in An enfant rcMuence wini about
tlireoucreiior trroiiiin.covcrcu witn al Klml
of fclect fruit and rhrubbery, in f-ant Fe-
lor t:io cneap.
A FINK CIIANf-K K)H INVK)TIK.NT.
Iv'i; have lor fale or lea'c vacant ami Im
proved property in all portion' of the
city. Alo over i,fi00 acres of iiiilmprove
InuiU in Aleandcrmid I'nli-kl i:nuutle, ;
oxtreinuly low tlirurei, and In tracts to suit
liiircnascri'. v are agent lor in liiinoi
Central railroad lands in tliN niM l'nU-kl
counties, liailrond lumls not .old prior to
UtVIIIUei nni Mill ,. wlliui liMtMIn
Mow lntl,A tlmu ti itir:liMhA,
KMlnitAKTH TO THE OKKAT WKIT,
Wo arc the aL'cnt of the Ittirllnirton ami
.insrourt l.aiiro.-in comtmiir. wbo oiler fo
rale In Iowa am) Nchru-ka millions of acre
of the best land on -the continent, on ten
vcarr credit. 0 per cent, interest. Mai
imtnnrilelit. eirelll.irH nml nil n,ipi,-..irv inrnr.
mutioti relative to tlio.e lauiU ami how te
reach tbcm furnltlied upon application,
Cil ai onco anu exuiiiinc lor yoiirsive. Ap
piy to jijii.t ij. ii.U3i.. x y,u.,
;or, sixiu ami i.vvev tin., ,Airo, ins
Itiro 7. Ih7!l.
1 UK ONLY HIMAHM 1IFT DI8TRIBO-
TION 1ft tuk oonNmy 1
IN VAIiUAULK OIFT8I
To be dlitrlbiited In
Ti . X3 . SIN 3E'9
4'iud Seinl. Annual
G I FT ENTERPRISE
To b drawn ,
MONDAY, 0CT01IHR :i, 107:1.
ONF. GRAND CAPITAL PRIZK
SIO.OOO T2X O-OLIDI
Omk Pr.izis 5,000 IM MlLvaal
rive 1'rlr.M $1,000 Jf
Five l'r ires $C00 - I GUEENBACKS
Teu 1'rUos 1100 I
Two Faintly Carriages and Mateheil Horses
with .Sllvrr.iiiounted llarucas, worth
Two Horses, IliiiSglee, elc, wortb 1G0O
Two tliic-toneil Rosewood Pianos, worth M
leu rfanilly Sowing Machines, worth I10Q
1.&00 Hold ami Hllver Lever llur.tlni;
vvaicuei, 111 an,; wurio truiu u mj w
Oold '.'lialiis. Hllver-ware, Jewelry, etc.,
Whole number Olfls lo.OOO. TlckeU Ituilted
AOKNTS WANTED TO SKI. I. TICKKTo
To whom Liberal Primlums will bo paid.
rilngle TlckeU i: Six Ticket ilO; TweUe
TlckeU I'M; Twenty-tlve TlckeU f w.
I'lrctilr conumln a fJll list of crises. d,
Milrilon of tha manner ol drlDf,nd ott.tr
Information In rafiraoca lo lha distribution, alll
Ih tfiii to any ona ordrrloz IIikdi. ah lauca
mutlbadJraisaltn I,. 1), H1NK, Hoi, M,
Main Office. 101 W. Klftb ffe
A. J. ltOK, M. I).,
Ofllce over Thonn .t llro.'it i;rocerv store
No. l:il Commercial avenue, corner Llv'hth
trcet. Residence corner Walnut and
11. S. HIUOHA.M.M. IL,
llomvpathlu phyl:Ian and miruaon. Of.
lice l;nj Commercial avenue. Renldetu:
corner of Klcventh aud Cedar street.
DKPOBITB received, and
a gentiral banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
R. W. MlLLRVt, PrsnidonL
J. M. PutLi.irri, Vlce-Pre-lilent.
Cms. CUN.s'lMinAM, Cashier.
OOLLF.OTIONf FROM1TLY M ADlt.
TtXCHAKOK, coin, bank notes and UElt
1U Htataa aearltles bought and sold.
Infernal Allowed on Hmo llrioa1ta.
11. WAKDNEll, M. D.
(J (line and Residence 111 Commercial ave
auo, (next door to the Athuneuai),
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
I RatDK.NCK I. 21 Thirteenth atrent. ba
li. twnon Wn.hinion arennaud WaIo'jI itraet.
)mcr U'. iMmmrfcui atasua, np smirn.
1)11. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant mnnlv of pure Nitrous Oxld
for the painless extraction of toetb, at
the Deutul Ilooms of Dr. Doul'I.i, HUuceaso
to Dr. A. il. Austin, Klchth atrunt. Mtl
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RKHIDE.NCK cornnrNlnth and Walnut l.
Ortlcn rorncr Hlith atraat and Ohio latna
umoo Hours from s a.m. lo IV m., and V p,m
Liverpool rlow.Tork ahd PhlUJclpliu
rOMMISlHin.1 Mf.Kt HANTS.
FOKWAKDINfJ ami fJOMMISSION
Kill HAS) TH.
DEALERS IN FIOUR
And Airf-ni ol
OHIO HIWH AND KANAWHA
SijXji: oo mpa xsrx ma.
70 Ohio Lhvbh,
New ORLEaifri, September 10. No
rivals. Departed: Arlington, Cincinnati;
John F. Tolle, St. Louis. Clear. Mer
Cincinnati, Ohio, Hoptorabor 10.
Rlvor 7 feet 2 inches and falling. Ar
rived: R W Kllllnger, Wheeling; JCx
change, I'lttiburg. Weather cloudy and
MKMrms, Hepternbar 10. Arrived;
Kittlo lleglur, CiucintiHtl. Depurted last
bight; Chai. Rodmunn and Sherlock.
To-day; Mollio alooro, St. Louis; .lohn
Kyle, New Orleans. River falling,
KrANnvtLLR, September 10. Clear and
warm. .Mercury 04 to 82, River fallen
8 inches. Up, Falls Pilot, Kanawha No,
2, and a ferry boat. Down, Mary Anient,
Omy Kogle and Idlewild.
Sr. Loum, Soptombor 10. Arrivod:
Fannie Lewis and Alice, Missouri rlvor.
Johnson and llondorson, Keokuk; Rovor,
Cairo; John II. Maud, Now Orleans. D0
parted: Howard and Mary K. Poo, New
Orioans; Lake Buporlor, Keokuk; Grand
Tower, Mompbls. Rlvor falling, with 6
feot 0 Inchos to Cairo. Weather clear
LouisviM., September 10 River fall
Ing with 4 feet in tbo canal and 2 feet in
tbe pais down Indian chuto. Weather
warm. Stoamor Kd. Uubbs, St. Louis to
Wheeling with 3 barges Iron ore pasted
up thh afternoon. Arrived, Gn, Bull
caoai ooniBACi with cniTin itatii ani bbiii'!.
Kor CsrrjtnK tht Mails
FOU PABSiVGK TI0KET8
on rcutHiH I oaaAtina
UH'LY TO JOHN G. DALK,
18 Ilroa'lway New-Tork, or to
FOR SALE, "I For Hal. (FOR HALB
1 I KcrHala 1
ITOR 4 A Lit. J KorHale 1 FOR HALB
Faro from Livsurooi,
Faro from Lohdowdbbbt
Faro from Glaboow,
Kftrn from OOEHNBTOWK
TO (1A1RO. :!:::!: 4 6 20
MalToril. Morrli A Candsa AeenH
WILLIAM J. ALLKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oltlcuovcr FlrM National hank. S-lli-aiu
SAllUEL P. WHKHLKU,
ATTOHNKY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
Olllcn over First National bunk, ll-IMlin
GH1SKN & GILIJKHT,
William II, (ireen, ")
William II Gilbert,
PARKEH 4 BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTER
Pasty, llciiBlnei, Unaollue,
O "W Q-TjAB f3 .
And tba celebrated Ulumlnatln
(Wpeoial attantion uitna it Admiralty and
OfftOH oniOLKVKir.MOOMH 7 AND S OVKU
OITT VATIIINAL HAWK.
John II, Mulkoy,
Wlllam 0. Mulkey
UROBB' loildino cob
ilTH ST. ooa
MULKEY & SON,
ATTOltNEYS AT LAW
Olllcii: KlKhth itrcot, between Conimer-
clal and Wathlnulou avouuen,
WHITE & CO.,
(Success to L. Jnrfensen,)
Staple and Fancy G rocf.riks
BOOTS, BIIOK3, Ac.
And in Country Produce of all kinds.
WAHHI NOTCH AVEMJK
Corner of Twentieth street,
ta-A "supply of choice butter fromnorlli
em dalrlea consta tly on hand.
H EHMAN SCHMETZSTORFF,
(SuccoMor to II. Thleiecke.)
Denier Iu All Ulnda
I1KTWIEK TIMTI1 AKD KLEVKNTII BTBKETi
Having purchased tbe grocery establish
ment of 11. I'lileleckH, I shall always keep
on hand a lull and fresh supply of all tbo best
Snoiln In my Hue, to be found In tbe market,
y Ntrlet attention to liuslneari, and fair deal
ing, 1 hope not only to retain all the custom
the place has enjoyed In the pubt, but to add
to thu list many new patrons. Asking a
lair aliure of publlu patronage,
Respectfully, llKKMAN hjCUMKTZSTOKFF.
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Cofifeo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Toa, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powdor Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-flvo Cents per pound 5
Young Hyson and Oolqng Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at Hiram Bixbt,