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CA1K0 DAILY 0ULLJET1N, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1173
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THE DOLLAB WEEKLY BULLETIN
John H. Oberly hai reduced the subscrip
Uoa prlM of the Wuxxr Cairo Bdlutix
t One Dollar per annum, making It the
ehaapeat paper published la Southern Illlnol
ST attr ob mrrrr pmga.
Kxtbksivb froiti ere reported through
out the itato, but little damage hit re
ulted from them.
Box. D. "W. Mum W in
looking after the account!
Harper, the defaulting revenue collector.
of John T.
Mu. Mart P. Lkmon Ii stumping Ma
rion county, speaking on word for the
anti-tnonopolliti, in the fight against the
railroad, and two for faorielf aa a candi
date for county school superintendent.
' At tiik Texas Democratic Stato con
vention, held in Austin on tho 4th inil.,
the permanent chairman in hit opening
address, mad the remark that the Radi
cal platform consisted only of high sound
ing generalities, and that "they might at
well have adoptod tho moral law with the
Lord's prayer at a postscript." The New
LYork Herald' calls this blasphemous, but
rKadlcalpromites and Radical perform
nt In the region whore it wat uttered
havi'beenso highly at varience, that a
little profanity will, like Uncle Toby's
oath very probably b blotted out by the
same considerate recording angel.
DBTAILS OF TBS lOLAf-IS BIIASTM.
Nkw Yorx, September 11. A dispatch
from on board the steamer Junlatu, saysin
arriving at upper Navick, Commander
Brain paid his respect to Kroup Smith,
inspector marshal of North Greenland,
who narrated with considsrable minute
ness the details of the quarrel on board
the l'olaris and attrlbtd the unhappy de
tentions to Dr. Distil, scientific oBcer.who
spoke most contemptuously of Capt. Hall
and alleged that he was ignorant of Arctic
history. He endeavored to prejudice the
crew of the ship against him and h ap
parently wishod to give the axpe
dition a Oerman character and also de
sired to take full command of
the inspector. He unhesitatingly further
stated that Capt. Hall evidently bad torn
kind of misgiving or premonition of death
while at Disco, where'he taw Smith and
placed in his car valuable records of
Franklin'! tearchexped!llon,wh!cb records
were handed to Commander Brain who
will place tbom in the custody of the sec
retary of tho navy on his arri
val in the Unitod Slates. The
steam-launch of the Juniata lighted
the Tigresi near Uppornovlk. Lieut. De
leng boarded and imparted the valuable
Information to commander Groer, axbib
iting the chart showing the trick of
launch, and recommended him to take a
northwesterly course from Cape Shackle
ton. On tho lllh of August the Tigrett
patted Cape Alexander and Fort Faulk.
It was now all day light, and tho rock in
the vicinity of Cap Alsia wat recognized
by Capt.Tyton'at the tarn that hid the
Polarit from view of the party
on the ice float. Tho ves
sel was here ttopped when
tound of human voices was heard and th
boat wat instantly lowered. It wat about
9 o'clock in the evening, and amid th
greatett excitement Commander Groer ex
claimed: "I teethoir house I Two tent
are clearly porcoptible, and moving hu
man figures can bo seen on the main land
near Littleton Island." In an hour after
wardt tho beat returned, but only brought
intelligence that Capt. Buddington and
his. family bad gone South in the middle
of June last In the hope of meeting torn
frlndly whaling vessel to carry them to
Mew Foundland. The Tigrett boat wit
again moored, accompanied by Com
mander Greer and Esquimaux Jo as in
terpreter. Five men, two women and two
children groeted them, and they found a
house abandoned and presenting; interiorly
a scono of th widest confusion. Broken
inttruments lay on the floor, while tho re
mains of a mutilated day-book wor scat
tered about. Tho Esquimaux wat from
Bondt Bay and had remained with the
Buddington party all winter. Only half
4 .wm. mm yiii ill aarciiwsr Mir tnm
record by th commander and hit men,
who picked up whatcuriotitiet tbey could
and returned to the thlp. The boat wat
manned the third time. Tbia party
picked up tome torn diaries, all reference
to tho death of Capt. Hall being
destroyed with the exception of
a torn memorandum setting rortn an
agreement between Buddington and Ches
ter to continue rosoarch for the north pole.
Nothing of importance was discovered
during the entire time of the Tigress in
the neighborhood of Littleton island
was. only fir hours. TheEtquimax when
they were tint teen from the deck of th
Tigrott were in United Statot tailort'
uniform but tbey tubtequontly changed
their clothes and redonned the Esquiraax
apparel an action that looks very suspi
cious. Tbey had but little provisions.
neither had they boott, and, through Jo,
asked to b taken en board tho
Tigrett but Commander Greer declined
A NEW WITNESS IX TBB HTOKBS UAH.
N kw Yobk, September 1 1. The f riendt
and Secutlty company bad a private ses
sion to-day, and appointed a com mitt to
investigate th condition of th company
and report at tbt oxt meeting.
tirwincs or Tilt x. r. . R.
Th director of th Northern Pacific
railroad have decided to looal lb watt
rn terminus of th sain Una of that road
at Tacoma, Puget sound.
Th Erasing Post says than xttrial of
Stoke for shooting Fitk, It set for
Twnty-on bids for government gold
oggrcgating $4,098,550, at from 110 to
Spci shipments to-day, $184,787 In ill-
thi ricixt novo roao talis.
It is reported that parties who recently
aucccMStully negotiated forged bonds ana
Kri bonds bar bn in conferanc, and
art bow in correspondence with n or
more broken bar who loaned funds
upon them In view of th return of a por
tion, if not all, of th moaay advanced
It is understood that Williamson, th
parson wbo obtained most of th cash on
the securities, is in th West and th
party who is now negotiating for settle
ment with brokers is noting a bis agnt.
A bill of S4.600.0tt was presented to
th board of supervisors to-day by a Igal
firm for defending th city agaiast suit of
It hu been decided to bring Irving
her from San Francisco to ae what h
knowiof the Nathan murder.
'tii siit J.Aif scaiMsor wick-axs
. MIS," ITf.
IitDiAVAfoLt. Ssptmbr 11. Col. .
I. A. Wbltoomb of this city, who was ar
rmUd at IH.,Louli oa tbt Mh, at tho
Instance of th new dlrsctoryof th St.
LouUMotualLif Insuranc company.wn
hld in iLt St. Louis jail 24 boars, with a
viw of gtttiag him hero on Sunday,
thinking bt couldn't itcurt ball andh
would bs compslUd to go to iil at horn.
Such would item to be toon th caaa,from
th feci that Stewart and th auditor of
tba company arrived hir tarly
Monday morning, ridally xpect-
lag to find their victim In
prisen ; but to their surprise and cbagrin(
thtir bird bad flown, having been released
on ball, and wat baok.in 8t. Louis presi
log bis suit against th company; but Oen.
Stawart changed bis taotiot and, la com
pany with his auditor, weot before tli
graad Jury, wbicb wat in session, and
spent tb day In testifying; but tb
bast laid sehemm of rale and roi
tc. To-day tbt grand jury adjourned
but found no bill against Col. TVhit
comb, tbsr belor no evidence to
warrant in Indictment. It Is claimed by
Wbitcotob's friends that tbt tharg
against Lira is false ami that he wai ar
ratted wttoout a warrant. Altogether
this promisttto be an Interesting ess and
tome think it smacks a little of tb ma
BSAToa MOltTOX OSTBI BTCBt r".
Datto;, Ohio, 8ptn$bsr ll.-Sator
Morton addressed a Urge Rtpoblican
anting htrt to-night for nearly 2 hours
niiopenlntwM a nview of Thur man's
campaign tptachti in rftnc to hltniil',
and tsptcially relating to the salary grab,
in which bt polnteJ oot and commented
upon mistake Thurman lui made. II
referred to tha Congrettioaal Globes
record for proof la relation to tb wltr
drawal of bis motion to strlk out the sal
ary bill to as to exclude congressmen
from increased sslariss. II said Thur
man was amen ttiota who solicited him
to withdraw It. II also reviewed At
len's Columbus tpesoh sarcastically, and
then addrasted himself to th gnral it
sues of tb dav. establishing tbit
th doctrin wat tha only principle held
by tb Democrat! la all' puts of th ooun
try. Tha mcttlng wat , vary larg and
htld th pepl until! th clot. StniUr
Pinchbeck of Louisina, who happed to
stop ovr, responded to a call In a few
spicy stnttncM. Tb Republicans wer
tatirtly aatlsfltxl with Korton's great
effort, which wat raporttd in full.
London, September 11. Ditpatcbe
from British contali in France, Russia,
Italv and Germany, report th cholera
Increasing in thota countries.
Thireit much eicltment in Tralee
Ireland, in consequence of tb approach
for a member of parliament. Dan'
CDonnoghu th Liberal candidate ar
rived in lhat city yetterday, and wat re
ceived by larg numbers and escorted
to his residence. While tb procession
was moving it was
ATTACKS!) UT A MOP,
and several persons beaten. During the
night armed policemen partrolled th
TIlRIi XAILWAT ACCIblNTS
in England yetterday. The alarming fre
quency of ditastert of this character hu
been th subjuct or much comment in this
mornings papers. A call upon th gov
ernment to interfere and compel man
agers of roads to adopt mor stringent
measures for the prevention of accidents.
Madrid, September 11. Senor Sal
meron in his speech on taking th chair
at president of the cortes, urged th depu
ties to giv their undivided tupport to tb
A flKVEBI STORU.
Browbbvillb, September 11. TLe te
vrtt rain ttorm witnessed for several
years, with almost a gal of wind, pre
vailed her about twenty. four hours. Th
stmrSt. Mary, of Magan's line, dragged
anohor In Brato't harbor and grounded la
three feet water. She lies ataady and will
probably be got off. All th small crafts
In Bagdad and Brazo's harbors ar ltar
stranded or sunk. Th railroad between
Brownsville and Point Isabella
IS BADLT WASUBD
and the ambankmentt, in several places,
are reported carried away and the track
John JlcUurk, claiming to be a mem
ber of th New York bar,
here on a charge of forgery by detectives
from that city who left with th prisoner
for the East.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
J AFAKBSB LAWS.
San Francisco, September It. Th
Sbanghla Gar.ett says amendment bavt
been made to tba Japan criminal law, by
which many officers heretofore punishable
by death, will hereafter ba atoned by im
prisonment for life.
Many merchant of China ar taking
ad van tag of tha recant treaty with that
Boudat, September 11. A ssnout slot
broke out several days ago in th preti
denry of Modras. Th troop wer tent
to the tcene of ditturbano, and restored
to order, not, however, before they had
fired upon the rioters and killed eight.
Bro. Lccr f th Carbondal 'Observer'
it industriously engaged in condemning ot Mrs. Benton, arretted yetterday, at an
in action oi tne Caruondale town
council in renudiatW h.-
- f Q V . V vt.U V,
vl " f,upnoiaing tbe good name ol
the Republican party, which, "though
vne men," says the 'Observer,'
nave nattered and lied themsolvea Into
important witness in the Stokes case, al
leg that the evidence she would give
wpuld bo the following: She hid been
visiting friends in the Grand Central
Hotel. Half an hour before the commit-
tlnn of tbe murder, happening to look out
' potltlon In its ranks, U still the oarlv of of the Darlor window and taw on the on
decency, sobriety, morality, freedom and I polite tide of the way Edward Stoke. She
' religion." Logan and Morton and But- beckoned to ' him and he
ler ana Carpenter and that ilk, are tbe 1
great representatives of the Republican
party and are fitly followed by Fllley of
oi. Liouit ana Harper of Cnr nefleld mri
FROM ST. LOUIS.
LRT SHU OO.
bT. Louis, September 11. A negro
named Bill Bruce wat arretted a few days
ago charged with seducing a young white
girl nar California, Moniloa county.
Sheriff Garnall of that county telegraphed
to the chief of polic to bold Bruc until
be could tend an officer for him. Sheriff
Garnall now telegraph to th polic
her not to hold Bruce, as he
doet not think it but he thould ba taken
back. Tbit action ii explained by th
police her on th theory that if Bruc
wa taken to California, Sheriff Garnall
could not protect him araiost a mob of
AID VOR TBB SHREVBroBT aurrBBBRS,
Twelve hundred dollars was raited in a
few mlnutet on 'Change this noon fer th
sick and suffering people of Sbreveport,
Louisiana, and a committee of prominent
merchanU appointed to solicit tubscrlp
tlom for the tame purpose. It it expected
a bandtome turn will be raited.
tared the hotel ; then
tbe parlor and conversed '
minutes- She left blm in
rith her over ir
the parlor, de-
otheri whote pecadiliors range according tcended th ladles' stairway, and was jut
to their opportunities, but while tho party
oiut wgemer, ever to weakly, such
membert of it at Luc will continue
to harp upon its moral, rollcious.
ttc., qualities, apparently blind to the fact
mat us decay Is due solely to Its unparra
going out of the street door, when Fisk
drove up. risk met her and talked with
her in front of tbe hotel for a few mln-
utos. Fisk then enterel tbe hotel, and
the stated, when she heard the report of
the pistol aud saw tho boy run out of th
hotel in evident fright, she went back to
tbe ladles' entrance and had
entered the hotel, when, lookinr
up the stairway, she taw two men carry
ing risk up stairs. As the wat going up
e. - w
oaib iue new l orlc Herald: The
result of tbe election in California
jooging irom tne returns ot tbe different
districti ud to tbe Dresent time v,..
th independent party bav been succe-s. ,Ulrl ,he found 00 000 of lht ,ow,r ,leP lrM,ur7'
ful. It Is thought now that Govorner
a aoou, woo ii id representative man of
'the' independents, wsll bo cboten United
States senator in tba place of Mr. eas
terly, whote term will expire in March
1B7G. But at Mr. Catserly hat been J
earnestly opposed to railroad monopoly at
' BootVandtbe Independent are, and, in
'(act, hu acted witn them in their fight
With he, Central Pacific railroad, be may,
through tome arrangement with Gov.
rnor Booth, be re-elected to thetenate
In the election of tbe legislature th quet
tions at issue were tho railroad monopoly
and th United Statee tenatonhip. Both
tbt Republican and Democratic parties
having bn mixed up to some extent with
tbt Central Pacific ring and monopoly
tbt KtpabliMBS particularly being odious'
m that account, th people of California
kaTt repudiated the old parties. In the
its ti wa nw independent and antl
opoly party of that state we tee the
aatmaat or a revolution in the nol.
Itiau4 political iiiuti of tbe country.
a revolver, and from Its position thought
it must have belonged to Fisk. She had
concealed the revolver and had gone up
stairs to her friend's room. That friend
bad persuaded her not to reveal tier find
ing tbe pistol. Since tb murder th had
nottald anything to th authorities con
oerning Fitk'i revolver, fearing it might
injur the cbanc of bloke's acquittal
Mrs. Bentou'i maiden name wat Minnie
W hite. She wat born In Lexington, Ken
tucky, in 1BJ6. Soon after reaching wo
manhood, the went to New Orleant and
in that city the remained for fifteen years,
Ming especially notorious during the war,
In 1803 the married Gen. Benton of tb
United Slate! army, who died very tud-
Waruinutom, September 11. Tit U
S. marshal, at Sbreveport, Louiiaaa, tele
graphs to Att'y Oen. 'William that local
authorities on tha Texaa aad Pacific rail
road have stopped tha can by force on a'
count of tb fever at Skreveport, and atk
ing that lb general government Interfere
to compel runnloj of train.
THAT $15,000,000 BOND.
Tba bond for 16,000,000 of tha Geneva
award Is beld by the secretary of state.
and it-not placed for taf kpiaaj in tb
This bond I for tho larrwt
amount of money ever issued by any gov
ernmsnt in a lingl transaction. Photo
graphs of the bond and certificate of d
posit were completed at th treasury de
parlment to-day, and a copy tent to the
president and each cabinet officer. Sir
Edward Thornton informed hit govern
mint by telegraph of the fact.
wutaiEr Httoveir uiu to it.
Mcurais, September II. It no Ho-
gan, who thot Jim Sawyers, the hackuian
yesterday and attempted to shoot O. J.
Wheeler, whil In a fit of maaiapolit,
died in th station house list night from
an over dote of morphine, taken just be
fore h comuitncai tbootlog. After be
ing taken to th atatloa L denied any
knowledge f shooting, but said ba was
parsued by a band of robbers.
Andy and Jamea William, two ne-
mtamt concerned in tb assassination of
Richard Harris, at Klmwood cmtry lati
Saturday night, war arrested last aigbt
and will be xamind to-morrow.
Ala smi4 rail r ! lvr
Kor4 hour ending 8 p.m., Sept. 11, 187
ant tss1s to Yokohama under tb Chi
On tbt lid of July th Spanish steamer
Xsmeraldo was wrecked 3 mile from
Manita. A portion of her cargo wa
saved, but tb vessel is a total wreck.
A fire last night destroyed on-fourth of
the town of Foreit Hill, Californfa, prin
cipally dwellings. Loss not known.
BIUUT CHIXESB WOUBV,
patsengeri on th steamer McGregor,
who, it it declared war purchased i
China and brought her for tb purpote of
prostitution, wtr all lanl to tha Chines
million school for protection
TUB rOBK rACKBRs' COVTBNTI.
Chicago, September 11. At to-day'
session, of the national pork packers' con
vention, tht following resolutions ware
submitted by th committee on business,
Tbey were briefly discutted and finally
Resolved, That any member or mmbr
in good s tana ing, or any chamber or com'
merce. board or trade, merchant x
change, or like commercial organization
nail nava in prtvii' n preferring
charges befor th pre horitl of
any association for ur if
or breach of mm
tut and southeast. For Tennitss and
tba Ohio vallsy frith to brisk southerly
aad westerly winds, high temperature
increasing cloudlotti, and, possibly, light
fata In th latter. For Lower reelon
brisk south totouthwetterly winds, cloudy
weather and light rain from Mlssiurl to
Indiana and Michigan.
PoKEBPiitE, Nw Tork,Ppteiubr II
Tht vault containing the remains of
Chaaclllor Livingtton, la Red lloak, wst
brokaa opea latt night, and two coffins of
tht dead scattered abtnt and th tllvcr
handles and plates of th coffins stolen.
IjCniT.ttio, September 11. l'lovltions
Pork laid at $10.
Flour quiet and unchanged.
VYhtatbeavv at Si l'.'l.
Corn quiet and iteady, etrlctly frosli
blah, mixed 403c.
Oal, dull and lower, oflercd 2 Sc. cash
September; 28", October.
Cincinnati, Bepternber 11. Flour
quiet and unchanged.
Wheat, thid lower; $1 .10.
Corn, In fair damned at aic.
Oatt ii quiet aad unchanged.
Whisky it in fair demand and higher
l.ard quiet and nncnangeo.
New Orleans, September 11 Flour
extremly dull; XXX 0 7D7 0; fain-
ii.. -a rt,- it .
Corn lik-bt demand: mixed V.'CajiW;
while and yellow TOfeTL'c.
uati iieiay, wi.c.
llaydullj prime 2.",!4j oliulce JJ.'S-
John y. Uannau. Chat. Thrupp
JOHN Q. BARMAN & CO.,
ne am wr
Mew Geneva ,
Mew Orleans ...
Observer Slg. Ber. U.S. A,
New Oblbabi. September 11. Mo ar
rivals or dspartures. Weitber cleir,
Maiuvillb. SDtmbr 11. River 34
Inchet oa shoals. Woathar cleir aad
VicKinuao. Heotember II. Down
Henry Ame aad 0. ii. Church. Up,
Can tal Cltv. Weather clear and warm
Whiskey lower: Louisiana Mr, Cincin
nati $t 0-.'.
Sr. Louh, September 11. Flour urm
and unchanged. I
vvneit iteaay ana nnu, so -i n-u mu i
$1 2Sj No 'J $1 4CWJI 41; No J Si uu
OaU inactive and unsettled, No 'J mixed
33ia34c elevator. . ,
irloy, No 2 in active demand ?i w,
choice $1 45.
Ry stead v, N o - . 0( . .ic.
Pork dull and unchanged; dry salt
maata iltill and nominal: bacon auii.
thouldevi (tie; clear rib lOJc clear 10J.
. 7 . m . 1 " I
Lara uncnangea, manuiaciunug, .-.
Whiskey scarce ami firm, 9.1c.
Cattle dull prices nominal and otftnngq
P?.r- .... . M
UOgt qilict, t ;uy,i w.
BEYOND Till MISSISSIPPI !
Thonianda have alreadv gone, and
thousand mora ar turning their eyes to
wards nw homes In in tb rsriu esi.
To those going to Missouri, Kansas, Ne-
braika, Colorado, Utab, Wyoming,
vada. Oreson or California, w recom-
mind a cheat), sain. QUIC aoa airec ruun.
via St. Loul, ovr tb Missouri Pacific
railroad, which run iu fin day coaches
and Pullman SlMOert from St. Louis te
princlpl points in tba Weil, without
chanoa. Wa believe that lb Missouri
. 9 .. . . i. i.i...
Pacific railroad hat tne ixiuraca ou uv
finest and safest equipment of any line
west of the Mississippi, and iu connections
with roaJa further wast are orompt and
reliable. Tba Texat connection of this
road ie now completed, and passengers are
offend a first claii all-rail rout irom si,
LouU to Texas, either over tb Missouri
Katiaaa ta. imam fBlltvao. m ll-ll-. -
over th Atlantic J: Pacific railroad, via
Vinitla. For maps, time tables, informs
tion as to rates, routes, ts., we refer our
readers toa. il. Thompson, r.astern t'r
nier eitont. Columbus. Ohio, or E. A
Ford, areneral oasseneer acent, St. Louis
Missouri. Question will be cheerfully
and promptly answered.
CBBAF FARM IV aOVTn-WBST MUKOUnl
The Atlantic 4 Pacific Railroad Com
piny offer 1,1.00,000 acres of land in
Central and Soutb-wt Missouri, at from
S3 ialll oar acre, on aaven veart time.
wltb fre transportation from St. Ixuis to
ail purenaien, unmaie, son, timoer, rnin
traf wealth, schools, churches and law
abiding society Invite emigrants from all
points to this land of fruits and flowers
For particulars address, A. Tuck, land
commissioner, ol. iouit .Missouri.
Anil I. Hid Aeniltnf tlir I'llnnls Ccntm!
and llnrlliiKlon nnd MlMiiiirl liallroul com
Mortis Cnr. oltflls ond Ohio l.te
Oflor for salo at low Ujnirci and euy terms
the following rent ciUtu :
No. 15 ol ill tho "lllilec mock" run.
nine thrnitKli lliu block irom Kiltocnlli to
Slxierntli ktrcels, iteHt roilttenoc propvity
In the city. Lot :t mid 4 h 4., city, Wali-
lnlon nMnnc, iiciwecii iiiiricctiiu nini
I'diirleenlli rlrecu, wrkt IUc- K'oit two
story dwelling hnilc on rach lot. l.oti r
anil (I, ndjolnln;; the last liuforo imiiiiid.
Lot It, Ii diy, on Sixth tlrrct, south
ldc, bctwrcn (Joimnrrclsl and Wailiingtrin
No U Lot 7 and S, U "i, corner ot Four
teenth and Poplar H recti, front on Poplar
Mrcct, went tide, opposite post-ofllco block.
No.il Splendid fiuslnci Imildinif, retl
deuce In second Kory, tl roomi, hull and
Irotitand rear Malrway. wateronboth Doors,
In number our condition: situated on north
west comer ol Comtnerclnl avenue and
Twcllth tlrcet. A xrvtl larjaln If told
No 4 I 'I I. Ii il. Commercial avenue,
hrtwern fourth and Fitlli "trrrl. Lot -'I,
Ii U'l, on Wa-liili'IriM aTcnuc, liclucrn Tilth
;itnl lxth utrrt l..
No n .six lou in ii '.!i, 1st ,ai. High
ground. l-tXleach on tay jiaymenti.
No i Lot 1 and in Ii A north rorner ol
Tenth and l.ctcc tlreeln. Dent litisiues loc
'Ion in the cilY Utmh csiV. l.otsUl.'.MaiKl
Mluli I!), lit ud., nililh corner ol Twentieth
and Poplar street. AUo three lot in uoint
luiiise block, Irontlnn on l'olar strict.
No 7 l.ot IM anu,l!i, (i IM oiith tide ot
Twenty-lint street, opposite " Convent
Block" very iteslritble lor rmldehce pur
po Mil, cheap,
Hot Ten (il .the rliolrc.t loll, In block
07, l't Mbllllon, bIhuo urade, beaiitllill rrsl
dence location, will be eohl at a grtit bar.
Kain. We cull particular atli-utlou to this
property h' ii win m- miu vrry low.
.o;i ' i rial riixani rcMin uon ou neveuui
itrret, ow licit liy Cap'., llurd, IioiiIIiik 'u
fret ou ,'-eentb trrrt. and running back
'JOii feet to Mxili, 'Ibis property Ii well
known tolliui'ltifiiJot ( aim ami tlciully hi
one ol thf limit complete und convenient
retldencct In the cllj. It Jinn all the con-
verilcnri appcrtnlnlnx to a flit-rlat4 home.
I lie ltoiiiiik are lilcniv cinijciiinicii wmi
select tilirubbery ami null In aliundaiice ;
carriage huii.c, itnble und outbullUiiK'Url
claM. Owlngto tbe removal ot Cupt. Until
thin property will lie told at a great oarKuiu.
on eay tonus. Alio two lots uu cornerThlrd
. . ... . . rn.. . . .
iireei anil jiikk-ipih kviiu. hid iahcc
Pittsuubo, September II. Tha rivr
continue falling steadily with 27 inchts
in th channel. Weather clear and pitas-ant.
Miwrim, September 11. River ita
tlonary; weather clear, murcury 8. Im
parted: Shannon. New Orleani; City of
Chester, St. Louis;'' Clirkivllle, Arkantat
Portland, Maine, September 11.
Aihur -Ware died In tbit city to-night,
aged Ol yTi. U wa editor of tb Boa-
Yankee in inic and Portland Argu In
unitea Diate army, wno aied very sud- 1817. Ueheld.he offlce of district
ton and remained there three years and
than cam to thla city, where she has
since resided. In 1871, it is alleged,
she became acquainted wltb Jam
Fitk, Jr., and Edward B. Stoke.
Creditors of tha Mew York Warehouse
Baltiuobb, September U. Th an
nual report of tb grand seorttary of th
grand lodgt of I. O, 0. P., bat been lost.
nava iik pn ..
bars ia tub:
authorise of thl
th association to
parsons may b mo.
lore or iik lenor.
Mr. M;Cullougb, of New York, pre
sented tbe following which wa adopted:
Rosolvad, That this convention recom
mend to th consideration and aetion of
tha various, board of trade, th adoption
of rule aail by-laws by which their mem
bers may, through th instituted authori
ties of their rwpaetiv organizations,
adjudicate and aatti all matters of dlfier
tc arising batwaaa ssM members,
fair. Hamilton, of'MSuourl, offered
th following wbicb was adopted :
Rsolvsd, That the tcratchlng of brands,
tb repacking of pork, taking oat turplus
weights and leaving tba original brands
ar very Injuriout to trade and thould be
discontinued ; and, in th abc of any
proper law to punish it a a crime, it
thould amount to disqualification oi mam
btrship oi this convention.
Resolved, That in tha opinion of this
convention tn prop r protection snould
b given to th trad by tba enactment of
th neecetiary law, and that th conven
tion, as an act du to itself, and to
fair desling command th patting of such
law by congress.
Resolved, That a commltt of 7 be
raited by tb appointment of the pretldent
whote duly it shall b to secur th prsp
aration or tha necessary acts.
Colbmbos, Ohio, SepUmber 11. Th
flrtt Urm of tbt Ohio Agricultural col-lgbtgluBxtWtdatsday,butthaformal
laauguratlon of tbt Inttltutlon will aot
occur until tbt first Tuesday of not Jaa-
uary, tba full faculty of tho colleg
aotaowhtrt. uis wougntu Inttltu
titn will opto with 76 or 100 ttudtnti.
CiMciBNATl, Ohio, 5pmbr 11.
River 7 feet and falling. Departed: R.
W. Bklllinger, Whoellog; Henry Probat
eo, New Orleant. Weather fair and
Kvabsvillb, SepUmber 11. Clear and
hot. Mercury 66 to 82. River fallen 8
inches. Up: J. D. Parker, Ada Hell
man, Arkantas Belle, Falls Pilot, West
Wind lowing Frank Faust. Down:
Mary Ament, Naibville, Morning Star
and Florence Lie. Business Improving
St. Louis, SepUmber 11. Arrived:
Bell Memphis, Memphis; Bob Roy, Keo
kuk; Davenport, Falmouth. Departed:
Faani Lwi, Mlttouri river; Rob Roy
and Henderton, Kokuk; Bonaccord, Me
tropolis; H!na, Vlektburg. River fall
ing. Weather clear and warm. Freighti
plenty and business good.
LoviSTiLLB, SepUmber 11. River fall
ing elowly with 3 ft. 10 in. in the canal
and 23 in. in th pus down th cbutr.
Weather clear and hot. Freights offering
freely with a tendency to advance. Jno.
Phllflpps and 10 barget and tba Hornit
Ne a and 4 bargit of Iron ore passed
up to Pittsburg to-day. Arrivals ar Ben.
Franklin, Cincinnati; Gea Lytle, Cincin
nati; Dov No 'i, Madison; Charmsr, Cin
cinnati. Departure ar Ben Franklin,
Cincinnati; Gan Lytl, Cincinnati: Dov
No 2, Madison; Charmer, Kvantvllle.
Wabhimotob, September 11. Proba
blliti For Now England states fresh
southeast to southwest winds, rising tern
psrature aad generally clear weather will
prvall. For Mlddl ttaUs frasb south
Mt and toutbwMt winds, decided ris of
Umptaatar and qlaar or partly cloudy
wtatbtr. For South Atlantic and Qui;
stats, tast of Mississippi, rising tempera
ture, clar or partlallyjcloudy wtathtr aad
gentle to frtib winds, mostly from north
VULCAN IRON WORKS
JOHN T. REN NIK,
I NE S H 0 P
FOBGII AND I'll' I FlTTINU,
TBAH TUmiUWM, ail,!., SITE A MHO AT
Manufactured and repaired.
Hpeclal attention fjiven to llxht mid heavy
forging, house, bridge, nllroad and Jail work
anu all work or a similar character.
tiullditiL', formerly ocenpled liy Caiit. llurd,
In b:i, Ohio Icvce, ''.-prlnglleid ISfnck," lor
No 10 An elegant residence Willi rouriot
In b city lor nalo very eheivp It sold
oou. UlKh grouna, ana prcminesina .mi.
No 11 A o. 1 cotta-'c on Fourth Krecl.
between Wailnjjton avenue and Walnut
street. Aholvvolol running from Fourth
to Filth street very ilcslrnble property.
No VI New two-tory ilwelllnir In prime
order, on Locust street, highest gronud In
the city, two lcit. Price 91 SW).
jo An cleirant rcsiuence Willi nlioilt
tbreeacresof 'romiil, covered with all ktnli
of nclvet Irullaii'l -hrubbciy. Ill Janta F-
lur .no eneaii.
A IINI ClIANCB i'Olt I.NVKSTWKXT.
We have lor sale or lcae vacant ami Im
proved property In all portions of the
elty. Aiimj over i'l.OOO acrea of unimproved
lands In Alexandcrand Pulaski counties, al
extremely low figures, and in tract to suit
purchaser. We are agent for tbe Illinois
Central railroad land in thli and Pulaski
counties. Railroad lands not sold prior lo
November next will pasi Into other hands.
Now in the time to ptirehaae.
KMIORANTS TU TIIK OKI AT WBST.
We arr tho agent of tbe lturllagton and
illssoiirl Railroad company, who offer for
tale In Iowa and N'cbrn'ra millions of acie
ol the best land ou the continent, pi frn
year credit. C per cent, interest. Maps,
pamphli'tJi, circular aud all neceMary Infor
mation relative to those lands and how te
reach them furnished upon application.
Call at once aud examine fur yourolvrs. Ap
ply to JOHN Q. 1IAUMAN A CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee at., Cairo, Ills.
Jure 7. 1873.
(Successor to ii, TbleUclu,)
Dealer Ita All lilaata
WASHINGTON A YEN UK,
BITWIIX TBMTU AN!) ILIVKNTIJ STB It IT t
mentof If. Thlelcuke. 1 shall alwart keen
on hand a lull and fresh supply of all the best
Soods In my line, to bo found In the market,
y strict attention to business, and fair deal
Ing, 1 bopo not only to retain all tbe custom
tho Place haa cnloved in the past, but to add
to toe llt many new patrons. Asking a
fair share of public patronage.
Hteam aud eat fittinir in all Its branches
A full assortment ot Morris. Taskcr 4 Co
Philadelphia pipe and ttttingfi llrassgoodn
etc., and g lixturci alvviiyx on hand.
nping or noun lor gun maae a rpcciauy.
Aeent for Cameron' special steam pump
and boiler leoder. Tbe best manufactured.
Coil's patent syphon pumps, and Judson'a
patent governor and governor valve.
The following engines, etc., for xale :
Two steamboat engines, 104 lnuh bore of
cylinder; five feet stroke, and lo good order.
One steamboat shaft and crank; most Iron.
One engine for hoisting frelgct: 7JX18.
One 10X30 saw mill engine, with shaft und
crank for muly or gang saw, second hand.
One uew 7 XI 'J engine; my own maniilao
Also, a seond-hand ttavo cutting ma
chine and Jointer, and warehouse holster.
Machines in good order.
Knglnea and machinery of all kinds bought
JOHN B. PHLLIB ft SUM,
(taeeeaaor to Jobs B. Pbllii,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
AG IN TO FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
Uoa. Tbmth Stbbbv aws Ohio Lbvbe
A. J. ROE, M. D
Omc oyer Thomi Bro.'i grocery itor.
No. 1S4 Commercial avenue, corner Eighth
street. Residence corner Walaut and
R. S. BRIQH AM. M. D..
Homoepatblo physlalaa and snrgeoB. Of
fice 1M Commercial avenue. Residence
corner of Eleventh aud Cedar itroet.
You can buy six
and one-half lbs, Durant'i
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Sovon lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Beit
three and ono-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Beiit
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at Hi RAM BlXBY.
H. WARDNER, M. D.
Offlce and Residence ill Commercial eve
nue, (next door to the Atheneum).
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
fK8IWSNrjK-No. 11 Thirteenth street, be
lli Iwsea WaahiBfttoD avenue aad Walnut stmt.
(7ac-li0ommrctlaTnu, up sUlrs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
D WHDKNOR-oornerNlBth and Walnut at,
Kofflea-Hiorner tt straat and Ohio levee.
WHITE & CO.,
(Successor to L. Jorgenson,)
Staple and Fancy Groceries
BOOTS, SIIOK3, Ac
And In Country Produce of all kind.
Corner of Twentieth itrret,
gar A lupply or choice butter from north
erndalrlit constantly on hand,