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TUX UOLLAU WKEKLY BULLETIN
Jafca H. Oberiy h redueed the iubecrlp
tlon prle of the Wbmxy.Caixo Bcllxtim
t On Dollar par annum, making It tna
oheapettpaperpubUihed In Southern IlBnol
maul lata; aaataar every pc.
FbaMC! YiCTOBta Pulpi, aged one
year, daughter of Mrs. Katl Phlps of
O belter, was th first premium baby,
at tb Bellevill fair and draw th first
prlaa, a Wd tawing machine, worth
alnety dollars. Tb babv was well named
Muoh aorrow I xprued by Badlcal
newspaper over th fall or Harper, th
defaulting revenue collector. He wm
tuch a shining young Radical, and a a
party man great thing war xpctd of
aim. If h bad managed to carry on hi
depredations without discovery, however,
he -foaMJhave proved blmielf amor wor
thy Imitator of elder and mora ex
perienced Badlcal officeholders. Hli z-
potur, a much as hii fault, has placed
him under th ban of hi party.
In view of th Engllih emigration
scheme brought Into existence by the
viiit -of that pioneer In th sause of hu
man labor, Joseph Aroh, a brief history
el this remarkabl man will be read with
Interest: "He was distinguished in his
neighborhood for his intelligence, his good
character, and for bis gift in forcible and
effective speech. For years he bad been
a volunteer local Methodist preacher, and
while Industrious at a laborer, his zeal
and efforts to lift bis fellow-laborers to a
Utter physical and spiritual life had given
him th cenfldtnc of all hit class, who
had thus become conversant with his
manly qualities. So, whan the agitation
among these poor, ignorant peatantt for a
better life began to form into aontiment,
their eyes naturally turned toward this
man as a leader.' Hit advice was to avll a
meeting and organise. The meeting was
ailed. No placards conspicuously an
nounetd it. But th word wai patted
from oottag to cottage and from estate te
stat ; the day wai fixed, and the meeting
assembled. It cam together a Strang
and motley group. Composed cf men
who felt as strongly and at ttrangely, in
taking tuch a tttp, with the view of ttrik
ing a blow for their own rigbU, at an
American community would have felt on
tb eve of aitembllng to organic a rvo
lutloa. They crept along th hedge rowt
with atuiplciout and arouchlng tiltnc in
their clumsy walk. Each pettant, for
mile around, wor upon hi faee for dayt
a weird look of apprehension, at though
meditating a halt clandestine purpose.
But they met under a great cbettnut tree.
Joteph Arch talked, and talkad sent,
li advised organization, moderatlen, pa
tient). He aald in organization was their
only bop. Strang to tty, in his stolid
audiane a fgrttt thought had to nearly
reached tb cor, that there wu found
virtu ana intelligence sumcieni to nx a
ommon bull upon which they could er
finite! They organized; than wtnt away
wonderinglj, that they had pawed this or
deal and war alive. So little did these
mn know ot natural human right I Ho
littl bad that mm com to feel that they
war ratd in tb image of God and
war dslgnd t walk upright before Uim
aad la tb face of men I Although then
rganltationi wr opposed by landlords,
ab4 Bad th ground of inquiry In Par
liament, they hav spread throughout the
untie of Xagltnd with a rapidity at
tonb&Ing U tkos who originated tbeiq.
Their good rwultt hav not been alto
gtbr ob on (id ; for, whilst, in defer
MM to thlr dtmandi, th pay of laborers
haa baas advanoad in sections where the
organisation It snott oompltte, tb land
lori ku found that th alacrity with
which tb laborer ptrforrat hit dutie is
fall norportlonad to, and comptnsttory
for, th axtra fy ha rlvt. He already
iudioaUt chang in hit mental and In
duatr.'l habits, being lu reluctant, ttelid,
atubhors and half brut h formerly ap-
THK WISE BALLOON.
From tbe New York HeralJ.
At the hour announced for the depart
re ot th "Wise balloon arrives, the ex
cltemont among all cluiei of cltltent li on
th increase, and yesterday and latt even
log it it calculated that up to the hour of
doling tbo Capltollne I'ond park at Icail
12,000 persons mutt have visited the huge
cotton bag, which looki like an enormoui
whale afllicted with thedropty and ready
to iplrt water to any hela-bt. Of thli large
number of nortons. who paid fifty cents
a piece entrance money ana who leetned
to be of an unuiually reipectablo clan,
Ixtr ter cent were ladles and voune
in balloon yeiterday wai inn aim to
the height of ten or twelve feet, and cor.
erlng tb ground ipace of two or three
nouiei. it rolled uneailiy, ilk a giant in
asonv. It li uado of cotton and covered
with a tanel netting. The dimension! oi
the balloon are at follows : Length of the
nine great tectlont, each 176 feet; wiatn,
30 feet; beigbt when Inflated, lie feet:
diameter when Inflated, 110 feet; circum
ference when Inflated 38& feet; extrome
height, from crown of balloon to keel of
boat, ICO feet; height of car 16 feet;
length of lifeboat 54 feet; cloth required
4,316 yardi; sowing 10 miles; ropo used
over 6,000 feet; gas required to fill the
balloon 600,000 cubic feet; weight of en
tire annaratus 7.000 Dounds.
It will take eighty hours to put 800,000
cubic feet of gas Into tho huge cotton
monster, so Prof. Wise stated to a 'Herald'
reporter last evening, and as not a foot of
gas li w ontered mo balloon late yesterday
afternoon it li more than probable that
th balloon may be delayed in its ascen
sion for sonio little time. Yet tho old
aeronaut is determined to ascend when
ever the balloon is filled with cat, and
saya that as his reputation is concorned he
will ascend as loon as tho inachino is
ready. Largo numbers of ladiei paid their
respect to the carrier pigeons and to the
llleboat, Chicago and tho small canoe,
which weighs only flfty-thne poundi, and
is mad of paper. Th Chicago weighs
1,100 poundi, and is ot very elegant con
ttructlon. Mr. Donaldson' was present
. yesterday for quit a while during tb af
ternoon ih rar was being weighed
I It weight was ascertained to be 600
I pounds and Mr. A. M. Gooditll, the
manager of th balloon, was alio pretent
ana naa enarg ot tnn proceedings ana
preparations for departure.
THK AMERICAN TICHB0RNK.
From the Chicago Tltne.j
Tb Tichborno case, which has beon
dragging it tlew length along to many
months In the ICncHsh courts, and which
has wearied out so many juries and advo
cate, hat at latt found a parallel in this
country in a case which bids lair to excite
an qual degree of interest, and to consume
as much time and money and patience.
The amount of money involved in the lit
igation is iu,ouu,uw, r real estate val
ued at that amount, whioh is much greator
than tbo value of the property to which
Arthor Orton claimed to be heir, and
which hat brought upon him tho present
trial for perjury and forgery.
The of name the American claim
ant it Jamot Turnbull, and he
bat brought suit in the Pennsyi
vnia court for tho rocovory of 4,000 acrei
of coal landi at or near Mauch Chunk,
valued at s4U,uuo,oou. uu rattier died
forty yean ago in a hetpltal after a life of
dliilpation, during which, it it stated,
these lands pasted into other hands by
tax purchase. At th age of 1C, the ton
left Philadelphia on a tea voyage and wai
wrecked. He wai picked up near tho
Island of St. Thomu, and after hit recov
ery from tb effects of exposure bo wont
to Central America and worked on the
Isthmus of Panama, until th California
Gold stones attracted him to that region.
He mad sevoral fortunes in California,
which he lost at the gamlng-tablo, and,
becoming tlrd of this kind of life, went
to Mexico and thence to Texas, where his
eccentricities in the cattle businett created
a popular prejudice against him. He then
started again for Moxico, and on the way
to Aiazauan narrowly otcapou death by
th explosion of the steamer ho was ou.
During his short stay at Mazatlan, he was
robbed by a cane of Mexicans and left for
dead, with twelve dagger-wounds In his
body. Recovering from tbete, bo went to
the Peru silver mines, and bought a piece
of land said have sliver deposits. Failing
to find them, he sold out to another party,
who rouna tne sliver almost irnmoaiatoiy.
Ho then went to Chill nnd worked under
Melggi, tho railroad contractor, and was
on a talr way to accumulate a handsome
fortune, when his roving, reckless dispo
sition induced him to go to Brazil, and
try to get the suporintendency of a dia
mond mino. Failing in this, he wandered
through South America for several yean,
and finally turnod up in Mexico again.
Meanwhile, tbo divorced wife of bis
father became convinced that tho prop
arty in quottlon rightfully belonged to her
on, and tho therefore put tho realtor Into
the hands of a lawyer, who commenced
searching for the wandorer. Letters were
written in every direction, and advertise
ments inserted in all journals of all coun
ties, but it was of no avail. One ilay.how
ever, in 1871, a letter from Jamoi Turn
bull, dated In Mexico, watrucoived by the
mother, and nn agent was tent to Moxico
to oontor with bim, the mult or which
wai tbat he dtterminod to riturn to Phil
adelphia. To cap tho climax of his evont
ful life, the steamer bringing bim to Phil
adelphia capsized, and lie once more nar
rowly escaped death. Upon his arrival
in this oountry, arrangements wero at once
made for commencing suit, and eminent
lawyers have been engaged on both sides.
If the American claimant's roving pro
pensities do not induco him to wander off
before the case comes to a close, a long ami
interfiling trial may be expocted, unlMt
the Pennsylvania claimant, like the recent
Oregon claimant, shouU.turn out to be an
Reperted Expressly for the Bulletin,
CA'ITLS TI1IKVBS IIUNO,
Nxw Iucru, Louisiana, Hoptoinbor
13. The ptrith of Vermillion liai been
for yuan infetted with cattlo thievet, and
the people havu boon unablo to obtain re
drets by process of law, and last month
organized a vigilant uoinmittuo as a last
resort, and a largo number of thieves and
their confederates were givon notico to
leave within a specified time, but Instead
of doing to, armed themselves and threat
ndod to dettroy the town of Abbervlllo
Th vlgllants protied and scattered them.
It ii reporud tbat throe of tho band woro
hung on Friday tbo 6th. On Wedneiday
night, the 10th inst., one of thcto who wat
enduavoring to escape wai arretted under
civil process at Braibear, and, wbile on
route here, was taken from the steamer
Mlnni Avery, atJeannet, by a squad of
armed men and bung in front of Dr. Dun
geon's residence, three niilou above that
town. All klndt of vague rumort are
afloat here concerning the number exe
cuted, but no DOtltlve inform. tinn . tn I...
CA1K0 DAILY UULLET1JS, SUNDAY, SEPTEIMT3ER 14, 1873
Madrid, September in. Later intelli
gence from the iccne of tho accident yes
terday to tho express train from Vehavia
for Madrid, ihowi that tlio ilisattor wm
far more lerlous than 11 rat announced.
The nnmbor killed wat 17, and 70 were
wounded. Scarcely any person on the
train escapod iinln)urd.
It it reported that
brother of Don Car oi. has left hit com
mand and returned to Prance.
CONUIUMEt) TO DIATU.
Several persons who took active part In
the Insurrection at Alcoy, havejbuen tried
and condemed to death.
SLAVS SHIP CAPTCRKt).
Los Do y, September 1.1. A dispatch has
been received at tbo admlrallty ofllce
from tho commanders of tbo lirltith steam
ship Daphne, announcing the capture, in
th Indian Ocean, near the b'eyohlllo Is
lands, of a slave ship, upon which there
The nuall-pox had raged upon the thlp,
and out of threo hundred slavos who wore
taken on board two hundred and Ufty
died and tbo remaining 11 fly wore terribly
omaclated from ditoate anil want.
Paris, September 13. Verdum was
evacuatod by tho Gorman troops tbit
morning. Immediately after Ihoy had
toft, the atreott wero filled with rejoicing
residents, and numberless ironch rings
woro displayed from the buildings
RKCOVF.KT or Till ASl'IHWALL AND .'A-
New Orliaks, September 13. Tlio
British stoamer Bolivar arrived to-day
nJ brine the following from tho corro'
spondent oi the atiocUt,! press :
Pah am a, September 2. Tho ena vr i.
AspinwaU and Jamaca cabla was recov
ered In mid-ocean Ausust 28. in 1,700
fathoms and bouyod. No further com
munication has been received since the
dav of the doDarturo of the steamship
Rising Star, on tho 25th ult., for New
Panama has recontly been tho tceno o
the most intonse
KXCIUXltlNT, ITROR AND IlLOODallKI)
For many years past socioty hero baa
not boen in a condition to unsettled and
unsatisfactory as at pretont. A comslete
want of coutidoneo and a feeling of into
curlty prevails in the entire community,
and rumors of fresh outbreak! and revo
lution! aro nevor wanting. On tho "8th
one of th most disgraceful acta of
bloodibod known to Panama occurred by
which two respectable citizens of Colum
I1URK1XD INTO ETEKM1TT.
Tho facti are rj follows:
for two years patt had boon commander
of the national troops, stttlonod hero for
tho protoction of property. During tho
ttato revolution of the Gth of April, last
he called out hit troopt and took an
active part in protecting the llfo of tb
dopoaod prosident of the itato of
Panama, Gen. Koiro, although n
commandor of th national forcot
tent hero in accordacce with cxittlng
treatioi with the Unltod Statei for special
national purposut, be bad no right what
ever to do io. Again on tbo 7th of May
ho led out his forcei against tbe revolu
tionary party nnd defeated them and was
the cause of th
HKOALL AKD lUIMtSTATKUKNT OK I'KKS.
who, in tho mean time, had been banished.
Alter tbo events of the 7th of May a cold
nets iprang up between Uecate-
qul and tho rulmtated government of
Nelro, and tho latter had luilluiont proof
of tbe colonel's diiafaclion and hit collu
sion with tho opposition party to feel Ittolf
justified in issuing an order for hit urreat.
Accordingly, an order wai itsuud by the
executivo to arrctt him and place him In
confinement. An hour or two latter the
unfortunute man was tilting in front of a
hotel, when aiquadof polico armod with
ritloi, approacbod and informed him that
he wat a prisoner. Uicatcqul enterod tho
DUKW 1UH KKVOLVKII
and laid ho would not allow himsolf to bo
degrndod by tuch an Intuit as to be
carried to a fulon prison by a
squad of common polico, but
would willingly give himself
into tbo custody of any rospoctable citi
zen, naming several then pretant. An
order was thon given to tako him at all
hazards and tlio police
rlKKD A VOLLKT
into the hotol at their victim, onu shot tak
ing effect in his arm and another entering
and pasting completely through tho body
r Mi.nii.il n J lUr.iiuli, hhiI Intin.
cent ipoctator, killing him instantly.
Utuatuqui then rlad and tried to mako his
escapo through tho rcur of tbu hotel, but
wat iii't by I'loruncio, a loading citi.on
and supporter of Ihu Noiro governmont,
unconditionully. Whilst pamlug out of
tbe main untrancu of the hotol wounded
and a prisoner of Mr. Kotumeno't, ho
wat confronted by another guard
of polico, who, regardlos of .Mr. Host
rlKUD A.SOTII Bit VOI.I.KT
into the hall, onu thet taking offoct in Co).
Utcatequi and ho diod in twenty minutes.
These acts bavo unsettled matters mor0
then ever before A report from Valley
of Cawca, In this ropubllu, it to tho effect
that poltliciani In that stato aro
ARK I'KKl'AIUKO Til INVADE
tho statu uf Panama In order to control
the oloctlons thero for tbu election of presi
dent of the union for the entulng torm.
Tbo movo will hardly bo necettary, at
yeiterday' mail brought new tliHt the
tateof Boyaca haicatt iti vote for De San
tiago Perez, which givet him live votet of
a majority, and I tbureforo olucted.
I'ittohuru, September 13. Shortly be
fore 0 o'clock latt night an accident oc
curred on tbo Pennsylvania railroad, one
milt eait of Wllmoro, by which one man
wti killed and several wounded. All
trslns east and wett are delayed, and a
Wasiiinoton, D. C, Soptomber 13.
Th pretidrnt .bat appointed Alexandor
P. Sboppard governor of tho District o(
Columbia, vlco Henry D. Cook, resigned.
ATTORNEY IIKNRRAL WILLIAMS
leaves to-nlgbt for Hartford, Conneticut,
to look after theCredltMobiller suits which
come up in tbo United Statei court there
on Tuesday next. Aftor u conference
with tho governmoiitcouniel, the attorney
general will return to .Washington.
RESULT OI" THE LATE ELECTION.
San Francisco, September 13. Stan
ford Uopkintaddriiiedatuoetingof wort
logmen at tbe shops of the Central com
pany, Sacrumento, yestonlay, on tho sub
ject of the recent election, In which the
people decided against the railroad. The
bonds of the company are consequently
not saleable in tbe Katt and Kurope, and
tb construction mutt bo stopped. Many
workmen havo beon discharged and others
will follow. It It not tho intontlon of tlio
company to remove tho shops from Sacra
in en to.
was tendered a public reception to-night
in this city.
TiiiiiTr niATiia krom yellow i-kver.
Memfhis, Soptomber IS. For twu
dayt past rumort of tho pruvnllunce of
yellow fever in thli city havo prevailed,
but tho olliceri of tbe board of health here
wer reticiunt and non-committal on the
ubject; but at a meeting of that body
tblt aitornoon, at which were present
m..rf, u ru. jjiuiiunent phytlciant or
the city, the following a Idrcis was pre
To tho citizens of Memphis;
o regret to announco to tlio public
inai yeuow lever 011111 in our city, ill
confined to a few blocks In tho uortbwi.tt
ern part of tho city, and wo trust it will
not become epidemic. We havo in
ttructed our tecrotary to make daily
reporii oi uoatni irom tlil and otlior
causes, and wo will from day to day fur
niso tucn iniormaiion concerning tne pro
crest of the disease at wo deem noco.iiirv
Up to tbii time thero hat boon about 30
deaths from tho disease since tho 1st inst
The Infected quarter Is known hero
Pinch, and Is principally composed
tenement houses occupied by Irish fami
not. ao rar mere lias neon out one cato
touth of Poplar itreet."
Thoro It but little vicitement aj ynl
but tho publication of tho foregoing ad
drefi In tbo morning will doubtless cauto
many to leavo the city.
FROM NEW YORK.
MOV KY ItETIIR.VKII.
New Yoht, Septembor 18. C. A. Klep
Si Co., bankeri and brokers, who -wero
fortnight ago robbod of $30,000 In gold
notoi, bonds, and currency, by a young
man in their employ, havo had nearly th
wbolo amount returned through frlouds
of the embezzler. Tho small amount
withheld was spent in travollirig tipunsos.
Kcnyon, Cox V: Co., bankers and broL
ors in Wall stroet, suspended to-day.
Daniel Drew was a speclul partner In tho
house, it it laid, and rumor hat it that the
ditllculties of tho tlrm wero cautod by op
erations in tho intorost of Drow.
Tho stock businoss of Konyon, Cox &
Co., was not the causo of tho tutponilon,
at they woro carrying very few stocks
compared to their usual compliment.
Only 3,000 tharo woro sold out under rulo
to-day, and of this Lako Sboro sold at
Jl91c. Tbo real troublo has beon
largo advances to tho Canada Southorn
railroad, soma of which advances aru now
beginning to fall duu. Mebtrs. Konyon,
Cox, Daniel Drow and others, it is under
stood, loaned their pupor to assist
In completing the road, trusting to
further negotiations of bonds at London.
Latt Monday advices wero rcccivod from
London ttating that it wus Impossible, at
protent,titonogoate more bonds, and a con
sultation was bold by parties in tho Intor
ost of tho Canada Southern, and Konyon,
Cox Sc Co. retolvod to suspend, Tho de
clinojn Wabash this afternoon wat bated
on tho lupposition that that firm and its
friends wero large holdors of tho stock,
but it appears that they havu been reliev
ing tbomsolvos for sonio tirno patt
and honco there wat, comparatively
speaking, but verya little stock told.
Sr. Louii, September 13. Flour tteady
and Qrm, and especially for fall biands
SWboat cloned dull and weak; No, 3 red
fall $1 llfil 4'4 No. 2$1 U0(Ttl (i',
Corn quiet and unchanged; No. 2 miied
13c catb; 4Gc Octobor.
Oatt tlrm and unchanged; No. 'i mixed
J3ccath; iZa sollcr'Octoh'.r.
Uarley buoyunt and ttr. ng; No. 'J $1 .10
1 46; choice $1 G01
Ryo in domand aim i, U 73(ft7-lc.
Pork qulot uud un
D. S. meat nomi' modcrato
demand; ihouldert lOc,
Whitkey ttrni 04"
New Oiii.ea.mj, biq u. ci i.. -i'lour
Corn quiet, whlto mixed i Jo.
Bran, dull, 85c.
llucon dull ard nominal at 10a.
Ilamt lower ut Yi lc
Whitkey advanced; La. 08, Cin. $1 01.
Cofoo, no itock; In lint haudi thu mar
ket li firm; Jobbing demand fair; prlmo
l!22'.'ic. Othori unchangijil.
Sterling 22c. Sight 2c. Premium on
Cotton dull. Salei woro 3'J5 balut. 10
veat 'otterday't plcet. Heceiptt wero
ii52, Exports, coaitwlte; 1,&7'J.
Meki'IUb, Soptomber 13. Cotton dull
and trooping, good ordinary 1615lC;
law middling 18jl9e; receipts 880; thin.
monttl87; itock SOU.
Kloir firm 6.
Corn moal dull; 52 00.
Corn In cood domand, !7lc.
Oati active and good dommid, 'IflWITc.
Hay good mixed $20.
A L1L OfT.
CoLUMai-p, Soptomber 1 !. H'-nntor
Tburman utterly donlo tlio statement of
Senator Morton, mado at Dayton, that ho.
(Tburman) requoslod Morton to withdraw
hit motion to ttrlko out of tlio inlnry bill
tbo clauio Increasing tlio tnlarics of sena
tors and representatives in congress.
Tburman lays that bo did not say one
word to Morton about tbat motion. Ho
will notice that and sorou other point! of
Morton's tpeech unit Tuesday at llutavin,
i? i rtf i
HU nnd full i, I lie lllvrri
Kor'Jt hoilrt cudlti ."p.m., Sept. 1'J, 1ST.".
PI PI? I
Clucliinatl s -I
Davenport s 1
Knokuk I 1 01
Llttlo Itock i
LouUvillo i I
Mcmplilt 1 r
Now Orleans 13
t. JOsepu '
SI. I.ouU S
St. Paul ' 3
Yankton.'.", .... .7.7 '. '. I
Obnci ver.'lg. Ser. IT. S. A.
v'tKriNNATi, .September 13. Kivor 0
fuel O inches and fulling. Departed,
i.aura u.ivis, jiumpuit.
Nashville, Soptomber 13.
clining. Thirty-four inebot
W'oatlitr fair and pleasant,
Mkmi hi, Septembor 13. Cloud v, and
mercury 7-1. itivur rising. Doiiirlod
Grand Tower, St. Louis; John Howard
.September 13. No Imals
up, Arlington nnd l'r-
cloiniy and pleatnnt.
New Oiilea.nm, September 13. A r-
rivod, O. II. Church, Cincinnati; Jli'iiry
Ames; Bt. Louis, rso aoparturot. Olou-
dy and pleasant.
PlTlsiii no, September 13. l'.iver on
tho stand with 2 feet in thu channel.
eathcr cloudy and cool. l'.alnlng
nearly mi loo afternoon.
St. Louis, September 13. Arrived,
.unggio anil .Moooilono, ininou river
Cretcent City, Now Orleans; Molllo Monro!
and Bee, Now Orleans; Clinton, Ki-okuk,
Dolphin, Upper MUtiiiippi; Colorado'
Vicksburg; Charles Drown, Cairo. De
parted: Klllott nnd I'tiih, .Memphis;
Colorado, Vicksburg; Clinton, St. Paul;
Yaoijer, Now Orleans; Moonstonn, Illinois
river. Kivor Calling slowly, with li feet
to Cairo. Weathor cloudy'and cool.
LouibVii.i.K, Sop. 13. Kivor stationary
with 3 foot 10 in. in tlm canal. Tho
steamar Henry Probatco took on .10 tons
freight for Now Orleant. Arrived, Hen.
Pranklln, Gon. Lytic, CidcinnatI; II. S.
Turner, Now Orleans. Departed, Hen.
Franklin, (Jen. Lytlf, Cincinnati; Dovo
No. Kontucky "rivor; Morning Star,
Hondorson; H. "H. Turner, Cincinnati;
Probatco, New Orleans; Ada Hoilman,
Gloiiok LATT.VKft'a Lunch. At Coo.
Lattner's Hxcolsior taloon, corner
of Watlilngton nvonuo nnd Pour
oenth stroot, It tho ploco to get
n lino lunch. Kverything is served
up in goodttylo, and Goorgo himsalf pre
sides to sco that all aro waited upon.
STEAM HO AT BUTCH ER
UTY NATIONAL IIAIlii llll 1S1HKU.
EirrSpccial'altciitlo'i paid to ordcrtf Irom
Meamiioaif, nigui or day.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION
A rlvnlCunalor to tlieMiirrinl
. 1. V"" .,0 U"ty. "a the rbjralclogical myk
rliianU foMlatloiuof tbm.iul jyiteui, with
utcit IIcoTetl la producing uj KefenUag oil
- ""6, f iuj mo cumpioxion, m
. iu an l-rat(M3 o.i f
imtia aitwijrtUMu kia.i ai itMovi,i: K.
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
liiucccmorn to I), llurd & Son.)
l'I.OI)It,llt.tl. AMI II AY.
No 03 Ohio Lovi-o, CA1KO, I LLS.
- II A 1 II II
COAL AND WOOD VAKDS
Tenth and Kourtcciitli atreclf, bolwoeu
Waihlugtou ami Couiiucrclal .-ivoiiiiun.
All Kt.vus ok Wood ash Coal.
Stovo wood tawed to order.
Drders reculM'il fur l'ittibiirg coal In lie
ilidlered In .Septemlii'i' at ;U W) per ton,
liiavo oirt'rit at oilcu on Triilfi ttivct,
next door to tobacco wart'liouiv.
Tfiin! Cash on iiellwry.
it VULOAN IRON WORKS
nfl V Coiuinercl.il Aenue,
Va W mS iipliorlte
JOIINT. RUN NIK,
ip o XT 3r :o xt, -y
I N li SHOP !
I OIIOKS AMI ril'K 1ITTINO, 1
hiK ?i i r. t:n, ft 1 1. 1., s r i: it no at i
M.uuiI.kIiiii.mI mid iiqialri'il.
in'CKil ulli iitioii tiMMi 10 unlit ami nr.ny
toivitiif, liiiivt',lnidi-, I'.illiuail iiinl i.nl woil.
and .ill wnl. ill' .1 -Ituihil cliu i-.icl t-r.
.-team ami v.it tlttiliK In all i liMllrlH'.
A lull aoitliielit ol .Miilll", 'l'al.fr V Co'
rhllailflpliia ilii'aml llttingc. Ili.ingoiiiis,
i lc, ami i;.is lixtim nl.i)i on li.ilul.
ripingui noiiic uu' iimiic a niji--ian j .
Avi'iil lur Ciuueiiin''. -perlal )leiiiu pllliip
ami holler Icoilur. I lie hi-t iiiaiiuraeiuieii.
('nil D.'ilelit k nlioii Miuuit, and Judwii i
patent t-'ivfiiior and tjnvciiior alie.
i in' iniioiMUK L'ugiiii"., Lie,, lor ie :
Two stvaliihnal eiu'lin.!'. IH4 liii h lion: of
rylllidi'l: live feet i-linki.', iiml In good order.
unc U'uin:niiii i.iu ami cianu: inuu nun.
Duo i-nttliiu lor holMlii Indu'eti 74XIU.
One lo.M aw inilli'iiirlne, with Muilt mid
crank lor mill v or gang a , fjciml liund.
une nriv i ai. i iiffini. mi uii iiijiiiiiuv.
Al-n, n ieriiil-haiiil slui1 rutting ma-liliu-
mid Jointer, nnd ivaii'huiin" hul-ti-r.
?liiolilne In gouil ordrr.
I.iitrini.'s ami mai'liluery ol all kliiu hftlliini
IN MAN LINK
l.lterrobl Kew.Yiiik Hint 1'lilla.telVliu
I'M. I OOMHICI w IT R lllllll. SfATH !' HIIIS!I
K. r CTr;l!U th" Maim
FOll I'AUSAGK T1UKKT3
APPLY TO JOHN (J. DA LI',
HHro5Jv7 Ncir-loik, ur to
if. (I ii ( .
W. II. .Mcirn,
II. II. JiiJt f
Mo. Tub. co J I'.H. (kirn
1MKK, HULIi. OAKOO, LIVKS'l
I XT S XJ- K, j,. Ci 03.
liOHTH AMKKIOA. 1'A.,
ImhIii -..Ji.TM.K-i (
Ai.ok ti.ui.tlu ;
Ar.: .....:i,7M,u! m
JMTKBr.MTIONAI., N. r.,
- - wi.'.n
AUKKtOXN OIINTRAL, MO.,
TUAVKI.KIur, HAI1TH1KD, LIPK Aim
iisoU 31,mi,U" e
HA2LWA7 I'Artwr.VllKKS A.blMU-SCr:
Amniii O,0rKi w
tvu t.'u,hta (4
SAFKOKD, MOUHIS k (JANDKK,
71 Ohio Iivoo.
TKUTONIA Ji 1 F K INSUHANCK
OP CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CEMT'L.Orrici:, 171! WamiiwotowSt.
TIiIh Orrmuu Idle Insurance Company
guarantees inn only X'aiu-up
il.-o u vriiuu in Uatj
JOHN A. HUOK, - - - Protld.-nt
0. KNOULLSDOHF, - - - (Secretary
JOHN W. PIHIKSH,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity,
SIXTION NO. 17.
Association for nromotliiL' l.lfe In-iirance
and Sick Itellef by weokly ducn and minimi
co-nneratlon in oliicctsol Mllillc bent'tit.
The l.llo In-tiraiico I'nlK.io-i will bo limited
by tho Tuutonia l.llo Injurandi (.uinpaii).
II. MKYKRS, Priuldont.
JOHN V. lMttlP.SS, Ao'r.
FiRE AHD MARINE
.VIAnA.I4., JJ. T,,
(IHItVANIA, M. V.,
llAMOVKn, S. V.,
KliVUHMP, K. V,
1M kM OH
A.itl 7H.M3 (Hi
C'im).rl!D ll.cllllderArller, A(.i'iiny,
VONKKKll, H. Y.,
aldan y oity,
vikismiim'b ?owu, l.
HKOUltlTY, !. Y. MAKIHK,
Htcreii, DwelliUKo, Furniture, Ilnlli nn.l Our
Koen, ir.e urwi ai rwoj an wTnruniu Kit toiinu, imr
muDi-Qt hiscuri'.i Mill w.irraot,
I ram.yilfullv a of (lie citucusol ('.
i. ?j. msuiKs.
tSSYou can buy six
and ono-half lbs. Durant's
A Coileo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Sovcn lbs. ITow Orleans
Sugar for Onu Dollar; Best
throe and ono-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffoo, Oi'o Dollar ; Dost
Tmporial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Bost Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Confs por pound ;
Younc Hvflon and OolonL' Tea,
Ono Dollar nor pound, and ov-
017 thing proportionately choap
M A C 1.1
HIiHMAN SOIIM ETZSTOKt'F,
(.Successor to li, 'Ihlelecke.)
llriiltr In All ItllKIl
WASH INOTON A V I'.N II K,
IIKTWKKN TK!TI( A Nil KI.BVKNTII HTREKTi
llallig lilindiased tin- groi'fiy i'lal)lhli
tin sit of II, I'liiulei'ke, I - Ii ill I ill wu) t knep
nil hand n llilliinit llr.llVlliiy of all tho beat
good III my lhii', to be IoiiihI In the niurktt
l!y rtilct altciitinii In liiltliii'-t, Mid lair deal
ing, I liupf nut mil) to ii tfilu all riie iMittoin
thu il.ii f h.ii i-ujoyi-d In tin- pant, hilt to add
to Uif ll-l lu.ni) in'U lulrom ,l.li)!j a
lulr Mime ut pulillr pitroiiave,
lli'fM'illllllV, MCI'.MA.S SCIIMKTrsTOlirK.
iii , i..n mi. .- I -u
WILLIAM J. AI LUN,
ATTOPtNIiV AT LAW
OA I IK), ILLINOIS
OlUeenicr I'liht National bank. S-ltJ-Sni
SAM UK 1 1 I'. WUKKLKK,
ATTOUNKV & CIIHNSKI.OR AT LAW
OHii'i' over H irst Nntlntial bank, X-lMin
UKHKN Si (JILHKUT,
COUNSKLOHS AT LAW,
Williniu ll,(lrnii, 1
Willuuill (llltrt, ! UAIKO, II.I.IMH1.
Mill-el'. Otll'ort, j
-HpHjil atUDllon kIio . Alniliallr ttti
0VV1IIX OllIOLKVKB,UOOMa 7 ANll HUVM4
DITY NATIONAL HAVU.
Jobu II. Mulkcy. Wlllam ('. Multey
.MIILKKY fc .SON,
ATTORN i:VS AT LAW
OUiee: Klvhth -trcDt, bctwean CiimiDei
clal and WaKhlns'toii aciilii-i
E NT E R I RI SE S A VI NG S
h.a pi u: -
(tll.riT I .t ie oli At, ti.W
OITV NATIONAL HANK, OAlllO
A. II. SAKKOKD. Pre.lUenl,
rf. a. TA Vl-Olt. Vlco-l'ri'.idiint;
11. HYnl.Ol', ."iecrntiry and Tra!ire:
I'. U. Htkoi.it, Pun. iliLlautu,
K. 11. ISTtnIIfLTII, V'ilL (I. IkllCII,
K. II. Ul'sMsmM.k, II. I". llAlll. t).
llH(Mtalt ill luir Aiuuuat II.tWviwI rr.nil
'Inn (Vutu 1'iiui.riln,
IHTh'.l'.K-ir -rkA un ilHiualtr M laa rl ul is
puronnt. jht unuum, Mmi'I: 11dJ Mbjiinin
Ut Int. lDler-iit not with !r ami. Ii- lUnl unrua.
illttol to thu pnr.oipr.l of lb vp.iili, ltii'il.f
rfl nil llixia vorrlpaiiiul mtvroi-t.
UALKlUll W01I3H AMI) OlMLIIhUN Mil
Id THAT HO Oil rit CAN VhiV IT.
Oun niorr biiltio- 1U7 rrum u a.m. it. 3 i-tn.,
s.bd Hituril7 or-".".' lor HA VINO lIKi'OI It
on!,, from t to o olm k.
aiiirtl W. llrI,ol'. Trurr
THE CITY NATIONAL "
at a r ic .
) a 1 mi, 1 i.e. in a :
UAI'lTAL, T . 311)0,000
W. I'. llAl.l.UMV, PiMl.leuli
IIKMtr 1.. 11ALI.1UAY, Vua IVml.lont
A. ll.HAyhOlCU, Chin;
WAI.TCH liYMLlU', Aa4ljl-.ii Unilnrr
HTAA7 'I ill.OU, I'.ltlUI II (.'UNHIMJIIIU,
lltnut L. (Ullihat, W. 1. IIailihv,
(if 1. li. WiMJAKtoj., Htspikn Inn.'
A. II. tiirrjui..
KKiUniitfe, I'ula nail UuIUhI Whim
llouitu ISiiusIiI mill Sol. I,
liKi'Odl'ni ruuvltkU, uiil a k1""""! tanking
FIRST NATIONAIj RANK
tit' ja 1 m.
It. .Mn.LKll, I'ri'ulilniit.
.). M. l'llllLIPrt, Vlce.l'reildniit.
. 1U8, Cll.N.SI.N'illl.i.M, Ca.lilui,
OULLUOTfON.'i PltOMWLY MADfS.
XriXCIIAMiK, com, liask DatvH aad (lallJ
U Hlatea 6ourltles liounlit anil eoM,
lutAriml Allowrtl uu 'fliun lleiolt.
Hi: A I. KNTATK AOKNUV.
(J. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
(HKCdNn IfLOOB) OHIO I.BVB,
Hut and Sell Ral Kstati,
PUKNIHII AU8TKAOTB OF TlTLK
Ami fn",ri (!onvnranoiia of Uloilf!
Kor Salo ut Wholesale or Retail.
COHNEIt :12.8TRK1CT AND OHIO L1VI
t 1IIKAM JIXIIY.
.1, V. IJAMUMO