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U. F. BLAKE, ,
(Hucceworto 11. T. Oerould,)
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
Ami Poster In
Gas avd Sti avi 1'irE FrrTtr
. .(08,
SI.9BE AND AIfLlS
TALVKII,
CHANDILIEH,
PEN
DANTS,
BRACKETS,
GLOBUS, KTO.
taTDrlva well put down In any part of
the city or surrounding couiitrr.
182 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
IlROH Rt.OI'K.
THE BULLETIN.
s-nprr ol th Cliy nml
voaatjr, the' only Moriilnic lnllj
wmWmr raniiintn la noillll-rn HllmiU
JutlN U. OBKttLY. Kdltor and Publlshor
TEHMS OK THE DAIL i i'ULLKTIN
una wock, oy carrier $ 2;
Oneyoarby carrier, In advance 10 00
uno year by carrier 11 not p. Id In
advance pg
ima month, by mall j 00
ftiree months 3 00
oii uioains. fl
Jo
Un J-ei
10 00
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY DtILUt.ti
John U. Oberly ban reduced the subscrip
tion pricp of the Vkkly Caiko Hcllkti:
to Ona Dollar per annum, making it the
oheapest papjr puolUne 4 la Southern Illlnol
Brail I sualtrr on every jiiikp.
-T-
Th farmors co-operation mantifactur-
conipany of Lyndo, Wbitenidu-couotv.
capiUl Stock threa hundred thociand dol
lars; has been licensed.
' '
Th re-union of the army of the Cum
berland takes place In Pittibarg on the
17th and 18th Instants.- Gram Sborraan,
oneriaan, uoolsar, etc., otc,. a-, -exnecied
to lend brlllladcy to the occasi' n by thcir
pittance.
Th president has msdo- u gncon
cerninf nis Intentions reMiv. o Port-
masser rilltfi though it is th goueral
opinion of the post offico d- yn a .rOiat
ho will be, and certainly m.. tj bo re
xnoTed. Cbicaoo
Utar-stato
sst and
Tlsit :tha
is mking rc
cxpoBhion in ,o
protnieet pi-
city hilo ii
for tho
I oarn-
i who
Ih'U thai
f tho big
h vexed
intra will be no repetllion .
prices and small comforts w
the visitors to tho jubilee.
Tn ravages of tho yell. .
Shreyeport are fearful. Tho
xdemicj buiineii of all kinds Ii
and all residents who can,
the city. Narid'and physic
Orleans have gone to tho at
afflicted city; great sufleri i
among the poorer part of t ,
vor at
U op
. , nded
jving
ui New
ca of tho
s reportod
ji-ipulatlon,
neon of tho
upon whom tho wont conscc
epidemic fall.
Th ' Anti-Monopolist
'hoped John A. Loga
'would do him good, ove
' the Oarbondale church I
' aaet his photograph on
' But since ha has 'grabb.
confidence In the virtu.
' the mourner's bench bj
'and being on probation
franking privilcgo."
"ja: "We
Methodism
If h . did Join
lej.raph, and
'i baptized.
hnvo littlo
.ii- ltting on
kft icity, aud
.hrough tho
Thi New York 'aun' taya that a fow
eaurpriilng men in the coitoiTiutea have
lately turned their attention to tho manu
faeture of the staple, with th most en
eour.gingre.uiU. Tho experiment, made
n GeorgU have been attended with lsrgo
profit, and the report of the Tallahassee
..B unng company of Al.jauia, just
pablUhad, .how, that tho net K.ltl. 0f that
company (or the year 1872 were H23 381
or something over nineteen and a talf per
or tba TalUhaMeo company believes tbat
CuZ art 8t brU,inC" V0""
K m w-ving cotton lnl0 f(lb.
onaVni 7nul' change from
reaul K00d, 10 Rri0lhor. t0 eot tho
2'rf cotton market, can be
" Tbta Rood rea-on
m a-'-wr puritoB ..f
fsoturers, should not be .nun , . Z ZTl
luuuunandof the
wbar. b. cotton I, grown, e ,
csprulisuare shyof Inve.tlng mo.
tst whore they are at the mercy of u b
w.Pi..u. piunaerers as control th
govoromanu of most of ibo reconstructed
U1HH.
THE HAKHEIl DEFALCATION'
Ths course of tho inrostlgtion of the
uarper dedication at Springfield shows
the oollactor to have been systematically
; 6 6 uoiruumg mo govcriitiiea
since mu, and to have bemn ably i.,M,ted
ia on peculations by hi, vM
Mr. Albert JSmlth, who I, shown by the
Uatltnony to have been In tho en ienco
oi nis superior and to havo profit d to
a
large amouniby tbolr joint illlci
tione. Working together, It we
manipulate books and records i
manner wjto cover up tho embo2 ,
TT t. I -1 ! . 1 .
ipera
'ay to
nidi a
tiriiuiit'.
"F" utiiiurea vo be In C- o Hntt
Smith it In Springfleld where no wa.
rested on Tuesday and bound jver m the
sumot fifty thousand dollars f,)r a np.
pearancs attbe next term of the unf tu(
Biatel court. Upon his bond ap- r the
names oMIon.Shslby M.Cullom . 1 other
pfosalnent gentfemmi of Spr'
AmoBf the deTelupmuqts of tb ,ir on
Wsdsesiay. It appaarod that fev )in)
lers a!Tf.q are tinpliitHi w II rp.r
Itbsrlel bn clearly sh w -i,.
tad bribed .bim 'and hU ch k
Jh Jiftrtle'l sro Ueory P. W-'erman,
.president-
I f nrin n.
'"er of th
.in Alcohol .Manufne
. i John IV. Sniltb,,,nn of
ii'uo. company John' 1).
Mclntlr,
builneiilff
igafeod In the lima Wranchl of
of th
nt PolCln find David T. Tlinmn.nn
. 4. . . J i r-
,o renin Jjistiiiing companr. The
-.argo of bribery li timed upon their
ending drafts lo Mr. Smith, and It is
probablo that tho chnrgo of complicity
wltU Harper In dofrauding tho govern
ment will bo adJed. Tho investigation
has booh transferred to Chicago, to get
further light on his grain speculations, otc.
Thero la no possibility that the Investlgu
tion wilt lesson tho odium attaching to tho
acsors n uiu aunir and Its discovery Is but
another drop in tho already .overflowing
bucket of corruption which "tho Itadical
party ii carrying.
BENJAMIN'S " RIG FEE
SIX MILLIONS OK HOLLA l!3 YOU
KKCOVKKINO A Pl'.ENOIl
1NI1EK1TAN0E.
A dispatch was nubllshed n few dnv
ago announcing that through tho Instrii-
uiiimiiuy oi uie ucn, .1. r. llonjamin
two Indies in Georgia hid recovered an
innuruance Hi franco valued at $12,000,
Tho Atlanta, Georgia, 'Herald- publishes
"""'iiiin; ucinui;
From positive authority it U aicertaincd
tbHt Mrs. irginia M. Campbell and her
i ii --unifa Chambers, both ol
.uui.uu, uvuri;iii. are uut tiud m 2 .nun
000 now wttltl,lg in i.vanco to bo claimed
uy lutif lortuuuio ladies.
Mrs. Campbell is n wiJow. nhnut invnn
ty loars of age ; tour nieci-, .Mrs. Chambers
I. mru u wiuow, ageu about thirtv-.li
iuo vasi nronertv winch Hun-1.
ited belongs to tho KuririH.il
Information In recard to it U'hu rs.nt ...
u mem nooui tnreo months imrn u,i i..
th ..r .. .... -,.. ...
n tnuKVIIi
av tbat bo was onto n law parttiu
."JTrr ;"".,ht 'V Hi'uJitnin, they at
Lwrote to tho latter ut i.m,.... i.
,ii.o m goiiueuinu in Jlndi.oti
Ot lUv
n nil ii
once,
him Tlh. t nn.r. ... 1.. .1... nt
Mr. Ut-nUmin, after tbnruchlv invtl,..,
ting Ibo cie, wrote to Mn. 0mnhli JTnA
.Mrs Chambers that there wan not n......
I linn ir,l.. I , . .
, ..... ... uuuut. iu iuSnru meir claim, and
! advisod thlim Inrami Ir. ... '
i " '-'ii I'j'tJ itfc (I JILL
fho pronertr decends to thn i.,n.
i through a Mr. Kenntuleau. irrand.motln.r
oi iirs. Chambers. Mrs. Campbell
maiden name wiu Maguiro, her mother
oaving oeon m llo Knniulou. Thvvaru
connccieu wun ono of tho best fauiili,.,
Dy tho tonns of an agroemgnt botwotn
Jir. uenjamin and tho two Jadit th
former will tako one-half of tho wholo
niiiounioi uio osiate, Rnu tho other hall
vi""i"i men lail lo tho Jlr.
Campbell and Mrs. Chambers, the slmri
of each being the neat littlo sum of J3 000
000. Seven millions and a half aroirl tin'
minus oi l il 0 Jfank Of J ranco, and ; 000
nrid in .1... I.....I. . ...''.
ouu, U1 uiu uoincuiMs, Mrs.
Chambers was in Ailgunta on tho lPth.
............ ,..iiSuu,ni!. ,or u)g voyago ill
her aunt and horsoll to Europe. Thov
will bo accompanied hr
oaannnli and Jlr. An to nu I'lnnum p
A -.I -- ..
tilying them. Thov will
i&i.suBin. iMiuii'Jui ur inn nurtintn.ir 1,1....
signed by tho oldest citizens of Aii-titt'i
nrnvlni' thuir In.lnntt... rpi '
inuy will iOBVO
for huropo, wo understand, next Tuesday.
HEMINISKSCKS"
0f;,"KN"V OLAY, ANDREW
JAOKSON. AND OXIIKK 1JIS
T1NGUISIIED .MEN.
Col. Thomas Green In the .Maysvlllc Eaglc.J
Ono groat secret of tho popularity nnd
political succoia of tho great Kontuckinn
was his romarkublo memory of naiuea and
races i ho never forgot either, ahbouuh
IliS Onlv npnunlnl.n ... . . .
...j r ..nu nu, u casual inwo-
auction in a, throng of presentations.
Alter lapso of years, ho never failed to
recognize a party Introduced under aiirh
circumstances, t-wily calling tho individ
ual by iiamo.
A citizyn of a. town in Ohio, whoro tho
writer reiidod, was a paeugur on tho
stoamor from Now Orleans upon winch
CIhj took his passagu to his hi,mo in Kou
tucky when returning from his participa
tion in tho treaty of Ghent. It hutng tho
wiutor season, tho steamer was frozim up
a short distance above tho mouth pf thy
Ohio, and remained ice-bound and isolated
for somu weeks. During all this timo thu
Kontucky statesman -always; famous lor
his oxuberunco or Bplrlts wus thu life and
soul of tho crowd not only In tho cabin,
but of thu dock paHdiigori and Fteamboat
hand.. Among thu pajscngerirwa. an an
tlquatod Frenchman, who openpd agnnie of
Kciiu- ii, mo cbiiiii. iiiero chanced to
7 ""guv ana sprigntly boy on boaru
tho boat, to whom Clav h
fancy, and ho would frequently buy a card
for his fvorito. A iter tho gutno had pro.
gre.sod for somo timo, and all woro inl nt
on their indiviiliinl int.in.st. mi ,
call out "Konn," and clulm'tho pool for
his youthful protego. Tho aged Gaul,
comn lotniv .lnmi.r,,.,,. ,1.1,1 i ?... ,.'
----. ......,. u jbU101 ,y
the logic of tho great orator, would uun,.r.
Mil rmv tt . a . .
Sntm iiia ii y "MKIi
ting of thu United States Circuit Court
' r vjiih'. uii siji rvni lis ii t i ri , i ..
... w.m...u. wDuiiemm Lebanon tavo
h in a public reception. At t,10 ut
his arrival our informant was ,tmii.."
the pavement in front of tho hotel when,
i.o i .wp, uoi ruo.t...JJr;V,, Vino.
muui uiuiuea mat no would bo rocognixed
n tho crowd. Stepping from iUca?rlKK
Clay iingled him out, ud, shaking him
hkurlllv l.v II... I.. ...I
.;.V.f ?f '"uB'""'y re
vV T ' Tl UU,J,,U "'collect thu old
t runchrnan and ins keno' nm,,
W h.lu thrco I'nited States Cou.'mis.ion-
or. John (Jumcy Adam,, Honry CUv am
Albert Gallatin, wero in Lan,lL Jn . '
1
tileir
dinVwilh'o'-v" I'"" to
d ie wit the ..o..unt Ca.tleroagh, tho
uriinu j-remiur. Aftor tho
IllUlt inn. ...i.t-i.i- . . v,i
lZ,,.1"1U:U.K''?V''''Hnbe,,!
,..v S1 IIKMIirtll IHJH
v " nmming jokn which bo
never failed to perpetrate at Ada,,,.' , .
porno, when hu caught his .Ma.sachuspii,
coilenguo In a congenial ornwd Adam
was alllicted during hn. whole lif0 Wjt, n
uiii.-ni.a ui uiu lacuryinal duct, wimh
cauiwl his optics to be coiminMU- tu
Th9 two occupied tho tamo department!
... tyoj nllu uuium awiss damii. m.
tended tho room. Clay'a story wa that
upon bis attempting to snatch a kir. fro.n
hia tmndsomo chambormnnl h. ... i
oil with. "Oh. .Mr. Clav. vn i ,n : , "I
Mr. Adams, a fowmlnul I'l It (Us iani.J .
tbei T , n,wn f",ct u",lt, ,n 0hty ,if,
the sea o w. ' . T on.11..
'Hid WwiiM r' T . ' , '"
ton,. Thi. rt n r-rj r
ngh with dHv,i. and iwnr, ;: '.'. '
wajnviiio, Tennoikni wLcl. i"
with hi. friend Col f ,.n .. UC (m
.n.Thoma. II and J P. o " tZ '!'
The result w. that Col. I Ct ,, u
"'IM In the fl..,v titr , "il? V " t,Ml.'
arm, which tho old l,rn .a'. '.'??:
aeoond prfsldentlal term, when It was nt
traded by Dr. Jack, on, a cc-hbrated J'hl U
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1873
Jackaoh haaroccaslohal and violent
lack of liomorrhaco.of tho lungs, and
T.nmlj t 1 .. Iff 1 il..
Uscuo If Col. Jlontim In tlio annate, was
tuTia ti'iinu J illin, III HI3EOUTI. INU vol
affequont visitor at tlio Whito Hou
and was specially attontlvn ilnrlnr-
lllnosi of his formor foe. Ur. Linn fool-
Ing himself liHtillodliv his Intlinnrv lth
tho part!, vontumd to ask their version
of tho Aashvilln rccountor. "llunton.
you inn ii, wa lliorcspnn'O of cld wok.
ory. ' No, .lackson, I'll leavo It tn-ytm,
ior your account will bo correct, and
pending tho dl.ciilon, tho two ancient
focnien woro crying liko children.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
' "...
FROf XEW YORK.
EVAXOKI.ICAI. AM.IAKTK.
Nkw Yokk. September l'J. Among tlio
distinguished guests of tho American
ovan.-elical 1lt.r I. ,h. .. i? i.
,, , " " " 1
" - ..uiu knu nriiiuiriinn oi
I!f.trh.ir. f., thn. nill
- " .., pfeing iiio
wrlter'ijiopo that this general conference
may promote unity in all forms of the
church of England, that tho dividing lino
which separated tho established church
from tho othor Christian denominations
should bo less marked, and, bavins that
object in view, accepted tho Invitation of
tho American alliance
The coronor's Jury hold an in-
quest over the body of Mrs. Mnrcaret
Steammel, found In n room occupied bv
till wlfYi uftnr flm fl-A
returned a vordlct that M , i '
.trangied by Mr,. mI,!- biemmo1 WRS
DOUBTFUL.
A St. John's dispatch .avs, grave doubts
aro entertained for tho safety of tho mlsi-
ingcrow of the Polaris, Nearly thn-e
months havo elapsed sine they left tho
camp of tho Esquimaux, who had counted
by moons, so that thu oxact timo of Hud-
Jington's departure is not known. This
is all tho record found !
"ilay IS, 1373-And stttinc. thai
Chestor, tbn mate had finished making
ous from tho bulwarks of Polaris and had
mado a good job of it."
YKM.OW rjJVEIS.
President Orton, of tho H'mtorn Union
Telegraph company, has boon informed
that tho oiileo nt Shrevonort. La.. 1ms
becnclosod. All of tho operators ljoinp
sick with tho yellow fever.
JOll.V It. IIU ijfd.
who confossos to his coaipliritv in tha
Nathan murder, has been indicted for
burglary in the third degree.
T1IK OKA Nil JtlRV
havo found iifteon additional indictmonts
gainst James AV. Johnson, and fourteen
gainst .lames . Yates for participating
in bond forgeries.
rou.vp ouii.tv.
Thojury in tho caso of Win. IL Olm-
stead aud 15. F. Welch, members of tho
board of public works of Jersey CItv
charged with corruption in ofllce, nl!
ter an nbsonco of .'4 boura roturnod a ver
dict of guilty.
HIK SENATE UOMUITrKK iiv thivimi,.
TATIO.V.
resumed its session to-day with Senator
i iiiuum in mo cnnir. A delegation win
preiont to represent tho canal Interests of
the euto. A. W. Taylor, voluntpnr-l a
statcmont demonstrating tbn r.ibillty of
Increasing thorapuclty of tho proinnt
canul lock, without lengthening tho side
nils, by using nu improved stvio of lock.
Horace Diy road a paper rolativo to tho
Niagara ship canal nod submitted plans
or his schemo fur passing ships around tho
lalls by means of a perpendicular eleva
tor. Tho members of thu stnin i,.ir,t
mlttoo who wcro present announced their
Meet, and suld .h,.- ,.i.i nu .
in i r
how much time tho senatorial committee
1. . . IIIH.U I
huh uovulo to an invpil,.il,. ,.r .i.
atu, and suggested tbat thu commltt.,n
fhould start from Albany nnd go up Lake
Champlain to .Montreal, and thenco to
"gden.burgh, 0.wcKo and lluffalo. The
whole trip will occupy about six days and
tho route Is definitely fixed. It WIl, j0.
w.ueu, nowovor, that tho senatorial
initio would tn , ,i . tu"'
of
Iliill-ilo,
read
a brief
u-ith ... .... . J
, , lu w, cniargoment of tho
Lrio canal, al.o on the propoiod plan lor
the payment of. tl,u debt of tho Erie
canal.
A gentleman who arrived In this city
information about tl.o directs of
THK itKOKNT STORM
on that man at Indian Slekln
Six
per.
mini ti'ura i-ifij.,1 i I .
... ,v ,. uuiiding.
an I II l I ' KK V0,,ol
, ' uu" ol wiiicii wero loit
-bniur Hivu ineir cruivs.
THE rialtr.KMKK
lo.t all their cod livr oil, r which thoy
had accumulated a large quantity. Of
all thu lo.ses, uxcopt thut or lifu. nono will
bo full muro than this loss.
On land, as Tar as could bo ascorlalnod,
TJ women, 14 men and ninny cbildioii
wero iuit. A minibor of lives woro lo.t n
skili'u and boati near the shoro.
lill-CONIOLATE WOMKK
won, rushing In nil directions on, tho morn,
ing after tho gxlo.sooking news of their
hu.band, fathers nnd brotherc Tin.i,
cries wero heartiendlng, and nearly alljor
them wero left without rood, shulter, or ft
miige oi doming, tho low lints on low
ground which had out lived thu stnr,,,
wero actually packed with mon. women
and. children seeking shelter fr..
tho cold and m.liitu, ......
... , , . h '"ill
which provaikd on thu morulmr nlinr
galo. Tho Inhabitants lost most "of th..ir
provisions, and sliould tho supplies which
win ua sent to relief those unfortunate
creatures who aro deprived of shelter
lood aud clothing on thu coa.t, which at
this timo of thu iia.oti Is proverballv
dr.-ary and inbospltnblv, bo dulavcd
tbrojgh stros of weather or othnr p...
dents, a terrible famlno must be tho noxt I
TMORAPHie
at - . T norraBn and women In tbyt ruin
Hr. u" roSl0
luse II AM..
An exciting gamo of baso bal wai
"!B,C1 " '-tween tho Vh.adel.
pniM nna -Atlantic and fourteen I nlngs
(tin we" l'layed, Tho followlnr? Is thinnim
I'hlladoljihla 0, 0, 0, 0, l", J, n.o on
0. 0. 1. t..i ..i.'.,'
.,' ' " 1 . " ! " ' . '"-v, 1 ,
2, 0, O, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0. Total, 1!.
TUB UIU 1IAI.I.0OK IIUNTRII.
An Imtiiento crowd gathered at IJtok
lyn this nftoriioon to witness tho doar
turocf tho big balloon for llurope. 'ho
ritocKss or ini-i.ation
wa commoncod nt an carJv hour U
morning and' continued steadily until 10
minutes after 4 o'clock p.m., when the bl
loon suddenly swayed to tho north all
flppud half wnv nrnnti.l n.hin
'"fing ound, and foil flat to th'ogroun
immcnso volllliio Cf
. .
"ucn na.i iieoii pumped Into It (noarl-
100,000 foot) oscaliod At tllO iftmn trtntinrV'
,,..,.... '
thoi
lmnwinti'i. .i..,1........,.
n'r --.-iiinnuwiiw
- "iiiiiMioncr liriggi had lmt nn listanl
warn, ami t ins i.it.n.i i.i i i. i i..
...... . " iiurrieu in
iuo noiuiig and canvais. Tlinnm.l
t . 111. . r. ...... .. . .
uiaii ovrittiii: itoi'K
witli tho Intontion cf tearing up tho can
vass into small shrrds and carrying tiium
oil' as mementoes, but the strong forco of
poiicoon tho ground drovo thois back.
Mr. Stincr who contracted to 111 tho
balloon, said it would bo nil
KOI.LV TO ATTEMPT AX0T1IKR INHATIO.V,
as tho bag was not mado of proper mater
ial. So tho enlcrprir.o is aband.ir.od for
tlio prcsont.
FUO-M Oil I OA GO.
uioiisn iijltksof FQKiuitr.
CiiiCAOo, September I'J.I; U now
positively itatod that the -JUwuul;..,.
and St. Louis, nnd tho Chicago md North-
western railroad companies hin decided
to make n material increase ii. freight
ratos Jon and after tho If.th in. This is
supposed to ba intended in m olLet to
tho docronsoof rates in Illiioij. Tho
peoplo of Wisconsin aro highlv Incensed
at this action, and In retaliaion- it is
threatonwl that tho prim o! railroad
business will ,0 raised from to 5 to 0
per cent, and n public railroad . m
be obtained from tho nest legislator-, and
a bonrd of commissionera ostiblished,
the last two being measures wjich tho
companies havo opposoi strontly, and
hithorto with succors.
TUB ll.lltl'KIl I.VVKTIOATI0N.
Tho Intor-Occan this morning iiiblii.ihd
an Interview had with Hen. II .1. Sweet
deputy commissioner of interna! revenue',
and D. W. Munn, supervisor of internal
revenue or Illinois, who havo been inves
tigating tho roeont
Il KFA LCATIOJf
of Collector Harper or the .lib district,
and who are now in this city to look into
,,nTor'" "cgod grain speculations. It
appears from tho investigation that tboro
aro
liii'LK-ATnn in haevkk's nucns
hit deputy, Smith, and Theodnro M. Kill.
lors, David T. Thompson, Henry Westor-
man and John L. Krnith, repruenting
mo ituiii dhtillory corapan;, and
Jno. IJ. Mclnlyro, of Teoria, di.tiller.
It appears that, in tho fall of lft'I, tho
oonus oi ihmu i.i distillers to uo gov.
ornment I
MVSTEKIOfSLT MS AI'I'EA Kill
and cculd not bo fonnd, and it isnow bo-
noveu i.y omcial who aro conducing tho
examination that thoso bonds, amiuntine
to 300,000, wero
hTOLKN 11 V lIARI'Elt
and his deputy, Smith, to faciliu0 tho
frauds that wero then about to b com-
miueu on tbo government. Thoditilien.
. . .
,luu lutlr oonasmen being annaror.lv ,..
"W ''id "ot husitato at
, ... Ll.tTWInU 1.. .
"""
and whon tho latter, tft Hivac
hU doUcioncics, unhesitatingly alcged
tho I'okin distillors woro in arrears. I'hey
admitted tho truth of his statement, and
tho correctness of a transcript of '.ho
amount said to ho owing by them, wiich
was given to the examining olllcers jy
ii........ i - .i .. ... '
,,Br f. in tho meant me Col. Ilrid-s.
ruvonuo buroau, who was
INVEST IOATINO Till: L0HS
of tho missing bonds, found a list of tho
bondsmen's names which had not teen
destroyed, and commenced suit agnnel
them, which suit is now pending.
n. inuju-.tr.! hum 0F l.,WVril
"i'.iiiueia. initios, urn .f.rnt..
blamed by thu covernmont ollloials for
wimr courso in the matter, as It Is said tti,v
iifa.i f..n i . , ... J
........... niiuwioogo ur Harper's deuic
"u" 'ru man a week ago. it is know
,fcr WRi 1"rf'"5 U"U'K'"1 i"
in hi'ui-wi.ATiowa
hero and tho olilnals nbovo nnmod n
hero to investigate them.
FRO-U AirRYLANJ).
UKI'UIILICAN STATE C'ONVKNTI ON.
Frkpicki. k, .Maryland, September 12r
i no liMpubllcan stale convention mot
inn city to-day. (ion. Denton, prosidentr
til, I Ifimnlill,.,,. . f
oiaiu eeiural comiiiilfu
caiieu ino convention to order, mid J?.
T. Knsor wak elected tomporn.iy chalrni
a cjmmittki: on ciiehkntiai.s '
and committee on poimauont organia
Hon was appointed consisting of ono dle
gato from each oounty and leglsluve
district, also a commlttuu on rusolubns
after which thu convention took a rses
until 1! o'clock in tho nftoriioon.
FROM HALIFAX.
war.
awctiikk vekhei. huns.
Halifax, September 11. Nnwi
been rocolved that the bark KHtn UtiI,.
rat sunk at lur anchors at Canio IUV (
Ing the lato gtlo and all on board aro sp.
poied to bo ht. Pasiongers (or th0ll.
abled steamer .City of Bristol, win bo
taken to Now ljirk to-morrow.
FROM PITTSBOBG.
HISA8TROUS FIIIE.
PiTTaaur.fl, Soptcmbor 11!. A dcitruc
tlvo fl ro occurod nt tlio cltl.oni Oil Ho-
Inory yostorday. Tho principal build
lugs with f,00 barroh of oil wnro destroyed.
Thollrowas cainod by an ojplnihm of
gas escaping from a still.
Six brick layers who woro at work
waro seriously burned. Loss about 100,.
"00, covered by Insurance.
ITRHIAMKli.
Tho report of the Alleghany gas works
by tho city of Alleghany, was presented
at a meeting or tlio city council latt night.
Tho award is shown to bo iC3,'22.1 with
Intorest rrom May. Tho present special
cominltco on tlio subject recommend the
purchajo with n resolution that tho
mianco commltteu report an ordinance
ordorlng tho luuo of tho bonds lo pay for
tho works, nnd tho resolution was adopted.
Also one continuing tho special committee
to act with tho gas company until tho
properly is transferred.
. -
FROM C! EVE LAND.
Till: FIIKICIIIT A OH NTS lONVKNTION.
Ci.nvKi.A.Nii, Ohio, September IS. Tho
committee appointed by tho convention
of general freight agents havo submitted
thu following basis for tho government of
tho futuro advancements of rates In east
ern bound fourth-class freights to Now
York, which was adopted: Cleveland,
35 j Dayton, VI; Cincinnati, Pt. Wnync,
Indiana, Indianapolis nnd Lognnsport,
Indiana, 15; Columbia, (0; Tolodo, !J7 ;
Chicago, Terra Haute and LaFnjetlP,
60; Decatur, Illinois, Hannibal, -Mis-souri,
Uioomington, Illinois, l'uoria,
liuincy, Hock Island, Illinois, iiurlington,
Iowa, St. Loul", Davenport, lown, CO;
East St. Louis, 67; Dos.Moinus, Iowa 70;
City. Mlnjourl, 75; I-ulsvilp,
MntuoHy, 02; 1'ekin, lllinoi, nnd Vin
cinnes, Indiana, fit..
FKOr BOSTON.
a kj:akkil talk ok ciiukmy.
it ....
iioMTON, .-September 11!. Somo of the
cruw of the whaler Ansel Gibbi
New Uedford, boloro roported wrecked
in tho Arctic ocean, and brought to New
Uedford in the whaling schooner Abbio
Unidford, hnvo reached Boston, and tell
a horrible ttory of sutlerings and torturo
by tho olllcorj of the Ansoi Oibbs. Thcv
say owing to tho npglect to provide suita
ble provi'ions the crow were attacked
with scurvy, and thoy wero terribly beaten
by tho captain and first mate, and aftor
tho vesol wrecked 10 men died of scurvy
and thino foromoit in protesting against
thoir ill-treatment wore left on tho island
tho captain of tho Abbio Bradford reins
ing thorn passage.
FROM WASHINGTON.
MHlmra or flKN. KDWl.V p. M'COOK
Washington, Soptomber 12. The fol
lowing disjiatch was rocolved at the
whito houso to-dayi
Yank-ion, September 12.
lo U. a. Orant, Prosident of tho Cnitcd
States.
(.en. hdwin I). McCook wa assassina-
lea last night by II. P. Winter. . hnnV..r
ui mis piace.
SignedJ John A. Hubba.vk,
Governor,
AUMV OF THK cTMMICr.LANIi.
...i.i. . i . .
asiii.noton, September l'J. Norman
il. Smith, secretary of tho army of Curn
berland, has informed Oon. Whipple that
that socioty has secured tho uso or tho art
gallery in Library hall at Pittsburg, for
exposition of modols, equestrian Hatuoof
den. Oeo. II. Thomas, otc.
FORE I CIS'.
HL'ICIUK.
Vienna, Soptomber l'J Princo Cbas.
Kstcrhosoy, only eon of tlio late Princo
Kstorhosiiy, an Austrian statesman, com
mitted suicido.
MUNITIONS OF WAR.
Baion.vk, Soptomber 12. IVions and
othor munitions of war for thu Carllsts
were landed yesterday at Leuuieto, on tlio
caaUof Besay.
UNhUtTKflSFL'I, COKTIK.
Mahiuii, September 12. Tho Intransi-
gontu troops inndu a sorlio Irom Cartigena
yesterday but wore unsuccosful in their
ollort to piorco tho lino or tho bcsolgitig
rorces and roturnod to tho city. j
-
FROM XFAV ORLEANS.
YKLl.OW 1'KVEIt A t klinr-VKI'OHT.
J'k Obi.banp, Hoptemi. iu. a ui
Patch from Sbnivepo' t"-day to Nash A
l.-ift.in inyi ;
The city is n great need of help. Tho
Jidlow fuvor Is of a malignant typo and
doo, not yield readily to" tho fflnent.
iJ?iX;i&'wt,ero,ijrfflriM,op,a to-
laignod. L. it. Simons,
l rest. Howard Assoclatlor
"impawn from W. A. Lh,.,iu f
Jiarsiiai, Juxas, tunnrintoiidnns r ,.i.
graph, to Superintendent Flaiw.v nf thi.
city, says ovorything is in crcat confu.lon
ai nnrovoport. Thirty deaths occurred
thorn yostorday. Tho fever Is rnnort,l
I. !. .
luruasing lo-uny,
VROM OlMtICK, MO.
llft.EATOUT.l'OUUINdOK KAItMEKS.
Oniibcr, .Missouri, .Soptomber IJ. A
grand barbecue was hold hero to-day.
i ivii uiuuin.ua porson. wero on thu
ground . Addrossos woro mado by J. T.
Child nnd Col. N. .1. Coleman, which
woro v ell rocolved. To-night thero will
bo a bis.ll and llroworks in honor of tho
opning- of Washington hall, It wa tho
greateul. out-pouring of farmors since the
A. J. HOH, M. D..
Ollice o ver Thonis .V llro.'s grocery Hlore,
No. lill Commercial awuiue, corner KiL'htb
ti ret, Kehidi'iico corner AValnut and
Twenty- llrt strvuta,
It. S. MUG II AM, M. J).,
IIomccpaLliIc physl-lan and surgeon, or
lico M Coininerclal nvcuuo. Itesldcuue
corner of Klcventh aud Cedar btreets.
7-15 2m
RIVER.
Him nnii Full or tbc Hlvcrs
Knr24 hours ending 3 p.m., Sept. l'J, 1873
Al)OTO
Cllangca."
low
Water.
STATIONS,
IllSfl. Jilll
lloonvllle
Ilniiiiwlcl.-..
Li.'alro
S '1
n i
Cincinnati
ConlliU'iice
Daveupoit
KvaiHvlllii
Kort lientoii....
lleriiKiun
.lcll'eion City ..
Kaiiiai i.'lty....
H':okuk
Lai 'rosso
I ivpiiworth..
Loxliigton., ..
ItlloWk... .
L'ulsiL.
I 3
l o
.Ti.iiieiia .. ,
.Memphis. ..'..'!
Murgaiitotvii....
Nahllllo
New Of nova....
New Orleans .,
nil City
Omaha
P.nliicali
l'lltkliurg
rintlmnoiilli.,.,
Shr u'peil
St. IohjiIi......
St. l.ouii
St. Taiil
Vlckuliurg ... ,
Variv
Vaiiktmi
KlIWIN llAllliAMl,
ObencrSlg. Ser,H. S. A.
ViCKHiifwi, 12. Down, John Kylo and
Lallc. Cscar and warm.
Nf.w Om.KA.v, Seplembor 11!. No ar
rivals or departure. Clear nnd pleasant.
Namivillk, September 112 Doparted :
Arch P. Orcei), Cairo. Hivur on a stand
with :i ft on
tlio ahoalt. Illoudy and
pleasant.
Lvansvii.i.e, Sep. ll?.--Cloar, hot and
cloudy. Kivor fallen 8 In. and 4 ft from
Louisville out. Up, A. S. Turner, Itapi
dan, (Juickitep, Fulls J'slot. Down, J. S.
Ilranslord, Orey hound and bargei. Bus
iness light.
Mkmi-him, September l'J. Cloudy, hot
and sultry, llivir declining. Dpartel
lato last night. City or Chester, Olencoo
and Lxporter, St. Louis; Julia, Vlcks
burg; Mttlo Heglcr, Cincinnati. This nr
tHrnoun: St. Joseph, St. Louis; Citv o!
icksburg, St. Louis.
Louisville, Soptember 11!. Kivor fall
ng with 3 reet 10 inches in canal, 'Ji!
inches in pass down Indian chuto. Mall
boats report 4 fput on ahnnleit hurt it. .nfn
to Lvansvillit and rJ to Cincinnati. Clear
and sultry weather with- high wind all
diy. Ju: 1). Parkor from Memphis
wane up to Cincinnati this evening with a
..-..(,.... unmnK.n goous anu machinery
from tho steamar Bolln Vernon. Ar-
riveu: lien. Hue . ( nr nnil. p..
Kgor, Orey Eagle, Honderson; Sandy,
I r.ir? Aria Ifiillm.. It . .. "
........... ..v, .i,oj uonry rro-
ba.co, Cincinnati; J D Parker nnd Turner
-Memphis. Departed: I'at Ko...,r.. C.lr.
cinnati; (Iroy Eagle, Henderson; Sandv
Trnv .1 II la.L... ti..: .. ' '
"VI " "ici, viuvilllinil.
MARKET REPORT.
aKW UIILEiNa. Sontnnihiir Fin,,,
uuil, A. A.. (i C,(mS; family
j8 &0,U 30. '
uorn quiet, yoliow 70c; while mixed
''QUO.
Oats quiet -18c.
Brananc.
JJ' .'jlli I'f'ino 523; choice $20.
rorK llllll l74f..sl7J: I.Rrnt. ll?K1S
lOln- h,... Mr21r. ' -ivsr-ivs-
' j-i ......... .'v.w...
i.aru mill, Keg IOjf;lojp.
Sugar and nuilasps no movornont.
Whl.koy dull. 'JC,.S1 05.
Cctroo firmer, fair to primo 2'JJ(a23Jc.
Sterling 2'J; sight J; promlum gold 12.
St. Louie, September l'J. l-'lourstcadv
at $57.
neat higher; No 4 rod In tho elovktnr
Corn dull at 42(77il3c cash.
Oats is inactive: No 'J mixed S2(SxMIp
mm .nic mr uciooer.
Barley is higher for tho bettor min1!iln.-
tIKIILHfl OO,
i " - i
Hyn tlrmor; No 1! 7.17lc.
Pork dull andloarer at flf3lC 00.
D. S. meats lower and nominal. Bacon
lower. Hhouldors 01c. Clear rib 10o.
Ulcar 100.
Hams 14lujc.
Lard quiet. From butchers 7f7ie: re.
a i n - - 1 '
liniMl OjC.
W hlsky i higher nt &334.
Cattlo dull. Common 5-2 12(77)3 CO.
Hogs quiet at $4 2WSj4 CO.
NALiioxa,
Tl-iji;
LITTLE KENTUOKJAN
SALOON
AND
(Open Day and Night.)
J. H. PAUICS, Proprietor,
Ohio Lcvoc, bet, 4th and Cth streets,
OA1UO, ILLS.
MKALS AT AM. llOCit.-J.
A. "no new Dining Hall with ovcrv con.
on enco has been added to this popular
(..klnlirnt .....1 ... . ...in .i. 1
ulu Kuuri mil unu ot ory
eiiui-Ito for thclraccomodatlon. ;
THK BILL OFKAlti:
jonsiktsot every hubstantial and delicacy ol
.ho season. '
THBBAB
la supplied with tho
JHOICLST L1QU0RS.W1NES &CI0xRS
(63).MIxcd drinks proparod with care.
11-10 tl.
inmanTink
I.lTrpool new.TuTitftha Phlladelpbia
Stonmahip Company,
caosa coKTBict wira ckitiii STiits ahd latum
UUIIHlKtmi
Kor Crrjln the Molt
FOR PASSAGE TIOKKT8
oa ruaTiisa i oaaitioa
PPLY TO .fOHN O. DALB. Act
)6HroJwx NewTork, or to
u'onul
II HUMAN S0HMKTZ9TORFF,
(Sticcei.or to II, Thlelecke.)
Ds-nler lit All Kinds
FAMILY GROCERIES
WASHINGTON AVKNUK,
IIKTWRKN TENTH ANIl ELEVENTH BTnEETg
iliivlng pun lipd the grncerv establish.
mi ni ui ii, l lilcicckc, I ahall always keop
II. 'riilclcckc. I ahall alwavskpon
utilinnd a (illlnnd lri'hsupply of all tho best
mi iniini a i nu nun iron "iiiiiy or an mo liest
vuoiU In my line, to be found In the market,
ity strict niipiiiion lo Ii1HIiii.h, and lair deal
lug, I hope not only lo retain all tho custom
the plai-i) hat cnjojrd In tliep.nt, but to add
to the list many new patrons, Ai-klng a
lalvMiaro nf pulilic pationagc,
Hi'.pcellUlly, llKltMAN hl.'IIMI'.T.610IIFF.
7.filf
Vl'U'AN Ilt'JN WORKS
Commercial Anue,
opposite
Mnth street.
.IOHN T. HEN NIK,
l'roprlrlnr.
O XT 3D OB V
M A O II I X E S II O P
FollflKS AVII l'll'K FlTTI.NO,
SiTi: ?l i:ss I NIX. HI I.I.. KTK MIIIIAT
.Mauulaeliireil and rnpnlrcd.
.''pi-clal attention glwn to light ami heavy
forging, liou.p, bridge, railroad and Jail work
and all work r u rlmllar charueter.
Moam and gas lining in all Iu branchm.
A full a-'ortment ol .Morris. Tasker A c.'
hlladelphla plpeand llttlngl Ilrassgoodi,
ti-
Piping of liou.o lor gas made a specialty.
Agent fur Cameron's special steam tnitnii
...... ..p ii.im.fl am.! UII IIHI1II,
anil boiler k'cdcr. The iir.t mnmir.irini-,
Coll s patent syphon pump, and Jiidwn'
patent governor and gou-rnnr altr.
he loiluw Ing engines, etc., for sale
I wo steamboat engines, 1J Inch bore of
cylinder; live feet trokc, and In good order.
One ttcatnhnat shall and crank; most Iron.
One mrlnc lor hoisting frelget; 71X1.
Olio lOXiO aw mill engine, w ith shaft and
crank lor inuly or gang faw, second hand.
One new "MJ engine: my own iimniifsc
ture. Also, a scoiid-haud stac cutting ma
chine and Jointer, and warehouse holster.
Machines In good order.
Kiigiuet and machiiivry ofall kinds bought
and cold.
.IIA-fUM
E N ' r E R V RISE a i A V I N G S
Otitrlnr.tl !rli 41,
ovrics or
CITV NATIONAL BANK, OA1KO
orriCEHH :
A. II. SAKKOltD. President:
A. ii. SAr KOHI), President:
II. lHriLOP, .-.!crot.ary and Tre
Treasurer
P.M. Ilit.CI.1T.
K. II, Htocihitu,
It. II. Ct ii.oni,
Oni, Oiuaois,
P-rt O. bntva.
M. P. Illtttr...
I M tl "
Drfxiatuol uir Aiunnnt Umlinllrum
Tn Ct-nta I pwnnJa.
iniKKKaT raid on deposit at tho rule ol six
percent. prnnam, ASreh Istsnd (Vnletn
,r. ,' .'' not withdrvtn I. tUdeJ imrii..
d ill to tr. tinnolp.1 or lhoUf,,iu.therebr
KttlOK them compound latere!.
MAnillED WOMEN AND CHILIJMtX 4r
DEPOSIT MONET
inn M an tut ca nw it.
Open eierr buslae d from a.m. to S p.m.,
mad hnlurrfnT eT.flB lor HAVINfl IiKPiwi-rv
onl;, from 6 to s o clock.
uu" w. HT3L01'. Tretturrr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
b A.nr.
OA I ItO,
II. I.1MOIK
8100,000
UA I' IT A L,
W. P. UAI.LUIAT, Pretidonlt
HKNItT I,. HA I.I.I DA V, Vice.'r.!imi
A. II. HAKKOK1), OMhler;
WALTEIl ilTKLOP, Aiililtn Oaihlcr
DiatCTOMI
HrAATI TiVUli. Itilll-I. IT. flcNivnNiii
II 1.1 III .. IliLLlL.T. W. 1'. IIlLt lTllV '
H l'J. Il, WlIXUBIlOl., IIHHIIN 1IIUU
A. fl. HirroiiD.
Kcliniiae, Coin and Dnllol Mtulpa
Honda IIoiikIK mill Mold.
DKPOSITU reeeiTed, and
buemnta done.
a Kcrl Unking
WRST NATIONAL BANK
Of UAIUO.
H. W. Mil. leu, Prealdrnt.
J. JI. PnitLiPH, Vice-President.
Chah. Cunni.no ham, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PKOMPTLY MADK.
IPXCIUM7R, cola, bank notes and tlalt-H
U btatee eecnrltnia nought and sold.
1 me rem Allnweil on Time, neiioalla.
UKAI. MTATK AGENCY.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUOTIONEKMS,
74 (HKCOND FLOOD) OHIO LUVKlf,
OAlltO, II.U)
Hoy and SiLr. Hbal Ebtati,
PAY TA&tS,
FURNISH AB3TUAOTS OK TITLK
And piemre OonPTnn of Klmlnj
Mltl(li:UIKN.
WHITE & CO.,
(.Successors to L. Jorgeniieii,)
HEALKlia IN
Staple and Fancy G itocEniEti
-AND
DltY GOODS,
HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS, SHOKS, &u.
And In Country Produce of all kinds.
WAHlUNa'l'ON AVKNUK
Comer of Twentieth street,
OAlltO, ILLINOIS.
KIT A silDDlvof choice Imttor from north
uiu uaii'iii consianiir onuanu.

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