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TJIE CAIKO, DAILY liUJjJLETlN, WEDiN KSUAY, OCTOBER 8, 1873.
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H.HMirOlY secretary and rieaatlrcr
ft. H. Cvi
H. P. HiLllBAl,
nnMikol tMAnml HrrlTedf roni
f TrSTK8T paid on dpoill t lh rale ol aix
ferial. leWfet not withdrawn l tdilwl imtny.
dlauiy to the principal of lh npolta, thereby
rlTlnthro compound Inten-M.
MAftUBO WOMB AMD OltlLDhtN MAT
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MYMHrdM ?'.! lor HAVING DKPOSITl
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UMelnl Taper ail the Cliy nml
omtHj, the only Mornlnic Dally
mpr IMibllaheit la toulhrrn llllnolN,
OllN U. OHEULY. Kdltor and Publlahor
TEttMS OPTHkIJaUA 1'UI.I.KTIN:
On we, by carrier t 2
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One year by carrier II not pild In
advance 2 00
One month, by mall 1 00
Three monthi 8 00
tUx month f
One year 10 00
TUK DOLLAH WKKKLY 1IULLET1N
John U. Uberiy has reduced the oubocrip
tlon price bl the Wmu Cairo Uuu.tin
-to-One Dollar per annum, making It the
Benrtlok tnnttrr on rvrry im.
Gold closed in Now York to-day at
jpon at 100.
Tut fiiut on yealerday morning waa
vctv 'general throughout tbo north. It
-reached Memphla, although no mention,
trange to aay under tbo clrcumatancoa,
waa made in the telegraphic dispatches.
Tux president oxtrncU sweotness from
very flower that blows; he will attond
tbo re-union oi tbo army of tho Tcnnossoo
t Toledo on tho fifteenth Inst., and dld'nt
authorize tho itatornent that ho won't.
The, tint govornmont contract over
warded to a woman has been given to
IMra- S. E. Kullor, of Now York city.
31 ri. Fuller it tbo head of a largo wood
engraving eitablithmcnt, nnd Ii to do tho
ngravlng for thellluatrationa In tho forth
coming report of lurvoya in Montann
nnd othor western territory.
The Uopublicana of Sangamon county,
Sn their convention, tmvo thrown over
illn Iiettio Lewii, as candidate for school
tuperintendont, nnd nominated u male
candidate, Mr. William K. l'urcell. .Mitt
Xenla will not totlro and in thu election
will probably dlatanco Mr. l'urcoll by a
pood round majority, Succoaa to Mils
Xiewia, aay wo.
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The farmors of I'oorla county ro dolor
mined to hare a puro and unadulterated
farm era ' tickot. Two tickets aro already
in the field, an out and out republican
ticket, and one in which farmors nnd dem
ocrats are ao equally divided na to niako
St neither uno thing nor tho other. Tho
farmora aro dlsaatisfiod with both and will
liold convention to nominate a purely
nntl-rnonopoly tickot about which thoro
ball be neither the acont of domocracy
Tut State 'Journal ' informa tho pub
lic thai the railroad and warohousu com
jnTaiionora will probably commonco legal
iroeoellngi agalnat certain railroad cor
poratlona of llio state. "Probably" Ik r
l)ad word to bo uaud in that connection.
Tho procecdinga must bo commenced, or
the commiasionere will find themselves In
tolling wntor. They have, In our opinion,
delayed loo long already to invokotho law
ftgalnat the railroad corporation that,iuo
lently iniaintorprottng tin railroad law,
have baen soekini; topnrvort it Into an in
trumentof public robbery. Jlut tho com
jnlaaloneii may be getting ready slowly to
, make a vigorous campaign when thy do
open the battle.
Aluobt every exchange we tako up in
forma ua that "tbo most eloquont man in
Ohio is John JJcStvoony of AVoostor, a
' xlalng young Democratic politician,'
Hac we know, and wo know him to bo
the moat eloquent, of tbo Iluckoyo orators.'
Indeed, in our eatimation, ho is tho most
loo,uent man we over liatoned to, and w
have heard moat of tho ''crack' talkers of
the. country, north and south. Uut Mc
Swoenayis not a riling politician, or a
young politician, or any other kind of a
politician. He is a lawyer, nud detests
politic. A Democrat he la and hut been
all his life, hut ho has novcr been a can
v d I data fox offleo, and can't be induced to
Jaecept a nomination. On the stump ho is
powar, -but it is as an advocate that ho
Wm havo received the flrat number of
tha Vienna Now,' by Geo. W. Jobnicn.
ina-'JUnfB' In the hurry incident to the
issuing of the tlrat number ! ii i
typographical excellence thatita publisher
.n1.4 l. -.1 r.- I 1.... f ...
".nun uiin uoiiiou, puv in ;db luturo tho
ilefecti or the preaont will be remedied.
Jatr. Johnson definea tho oblecta and .
' ylalni tie aitna of hii paper. Jloaaaurca
- ui that the 'NetJa1 will ndvocato the genu
Jna principlei of the Republican party,
and la to dongll atrcnuoualy avoid
jailing into the a-pntba of partiianshlp.
Thla U a oomfortablo aaauranco. '.Sl.r.nhi
'Nows,' "unconscioualy err
n , in thU reipoct, we nk the indulgence ot
our reaaen." Xhii is not, wo aro sure
aan'uBreajoaablortnucat. The lmi.ii nrln.
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dpJ4 of thf Republican party are now so
rajtaaatly advocated by editors, who in
6n4Kjuanc itrenuoualy fall Into the by.
.a m .. ....
P.MM oi partiaanahlp, it ia refreshing to
ba anurd by an editor that ho will advo
cate tba genuine principle, and atrenu
one) ayoM falliog Into tho dangoroua by.
jMtki or partisanship. We wlab tho
'New' iuccmi, , . .
1112 V. xMU: UlNKNEY'S-.
A I'OWIj AVHO VKHY SK11IOUSLY
COMPROMISED A MINISI'KK UK
(From the Danbury .News
Uev. Mr. 1'iiikney, ol olawaon, bought
a gninu rooster from a JJaiibury dunlur
Sniurday. Mr. l'lnknoy informs lis that
ho was "not nwaro tho fowl wns of tho
game spocies ; ho bought It bocniia of its
sbapoly appearance. Wo bellovu this
statement, and aro confident tho good
peoplo of alhwson will .acquit him of all
tilnmo in Uio uniurluiinte nllutr ur Imt
Sunday morning, tho particulars ol
which aro as follows i At tho
timo the troublocommoncvd, Mr. l'inkney
was engaged In arranging his nocktl ., pre
paratory to putting on his vest and coat.
Happening to look out tho window, he
aaw his now" rooster nnd a roostor belong
ing to tho Widow lUthhurn squnring oil
In thu street for a light. Surprised and
pained by this display, ho started out to
repo thu dUtttrbuiice, but was too latu.
W lion ho got thuro, a half dozen young
rutliitns, with cigars in their mouths uno.
ovil in their eyes, had surrounded thu birds
which woro already in tho atl'ray. They
wunld thrust their hunds out at ouch other
and rutllo thulr nccVs, and then tUnco
around and striko out with their npurs,
and jump back and thru'l out thoir head
again. And when the boys saw him tlmy
ihoulod out: "Hurry up llaldy ( .Mr.
l'lnknoy Is a llttlo Imld.i or jnu'll mls
tho fun. Mr. l'inkney was inoiprossibly
shocked. It wns Sunday morning; tho
homes of two of his doacims and several o(
his most prominent mcuiliurs woro In
sight, nnd hero woro those roofters carry
ing on like mad, and a parcel of wlckud
nnd profano boys standing around shout
ing thoir approval and noisily belling on
tho result. Ho madn nn effort to securo
his fowl, but it elude 1 him. 'I'ho prepl
ration streamed down his
faco which burned like lire.
his knees trembled, and ho felt, ns ho raw
tho nolghbors gathering, that if tho earth
would only open and swallow nun im
could never bo sutlluiently grateful, .hut
as !o auompuu In catch Ins rw slur, a
rough-looking individual, with hU pants
in his boot, and a cap with a drawn
down furepicce, lamu up, ami taking in
tho scene at a glunce, sided with tho othor
rooster. "Kair pUy, shouttid tho new
comer for tho bonollt of tao crowd, and
"Don't atop on tho birds, old i.odc.'r," for
tho particular benefit of Mr. l'inkney.who,
crazed beyond rcuon, vens Jumping about
swinging his arms nnd muttering inco
herent things, to tlio groat danger or step
ping on thu combatants. " Good for old
I'inkncy's rooster," screamed tho boys in
dolight, as that fowl knocked a handful of
roathurs irom uu opponent nek. " i no
parson knows how to do it," said a one
oyi d man gloofully. Mr. l'inkney could
havo swooned. ''I'll go you live dollars
on tho Widdor," said tho rough man earn
estly winking at tho clergyman. "Take
him l'lnknoy; tnko him, l'inkney,'' rim
rused tho crowd of ragarnutlins. "My
frinds," protosted tho unfortu
nate minute, in a voice of
agony. " 1 cannot, I cannot ."
"I'll back you, sir,'' said nn cnthulsstic
man with a fish-pole. "I'll put up for
you, nnd you can lot me hnvo it from your
donation.'" Tho clorgyman groaned.
"Catch tho widder," shouted tho rouuli
mnn to Mr. l'inkney, Indicating that
lady's bird by a motion ft' his linger. Mr.
l'inkney clutched it, dropping on his
kneos ns ho did so. At thu aamu time tho
rough man by a dexterous move, caught
tho clergyman's bird nnd nlso dropped on
his kneos opposite. Just then Mr. I'inknoy
lookod up, nnd thoro saw two ot his dea
cons and several of tho mombors staring
down upon tho fceno with nn expression
that brought tho blood to his face, nnd
with a groan of intnnso pain, tho tinhap
or man droppol Mrs. Uathburn's fowl,
and darted into tho houso. As soon as ho
rocoverod from his mishap, ho sont in his
resignation, but a critical examination hnd
boon mndo In tho menntlmo, and it trans-
pirod as far as tho worthy man wns eon-
crned, thore wns not tho leat blame.
Tho resignation wna not nccoptod.
THK "MISKKKHK" AT ST. PKTKR'S
lly Catelar, tho Sp:inlh orator and An.
Thoro is ono grand and sublime cere
mony, tho Miaeroro of St l'utera'n. The
music is exquisite, t"to ull'oct surprising.
Itoinu saw, in tho sixteenth century, that
I'rolustantiam surpassed her in music, n
sho excelled rrotostnntism in tho arts of
painting, sculpture and nrchitecturo. To
provmit this inferiority, sho natur.tlly
sought n mnstor of song, and found tho
sublime palestrinn, tho Michael Angelo of
tho lyro, Tho popo forbade tho reproduc
tion of his Miferero, In order that it
should bo henrd only in that church whore
gigantic archer wore completely in liar
inony with its sublimity. Ono day a no
ble youth hoard entranced the Miserero.
This youth, who may bo called tho Ka
pliHo of music, learned it by hotrt and
divitlgod It to tho world. Ho was Mo.'irt,
Tho German genius enmo to steal thu se
crets of tho Latin genius in thn eternal
war between both races. No pen can de
scribe tho solemnity of the Miserere. Thu
night advances. Tho llasilica is in dark
ness. Iter altars aro uncovered Through
tho open arches there penetrates tho un
certain light of dawn, which scums to
doepon tho shadows. Tho last taper
of tho li in h, -a 1 1 is hidden
behind tho altar. Tho ca
thedral resembles an Immense mausoleum
with thu faint gleaming of funeral tore! es
in the dKanco. Tho music of tho
Mieoruro is not instrumental. It is a sub-
1 1 tu o choir admirably combined. Now it
comes llkn tho far oil' roar of tho tempest,
as tliu vioralion oi tlio winu upon tlio ru
ins or among tlio eypressea or tombs;
ftguin Ulio i lixim-iilnlluii fl oiil the depth
of tho earth, or n moaning of heaven's
angela breaking into sobs or sorrowful
weeping. Tho marble ttatues, gigantic
and ot dii77.nng whiteness are nol
completely bidden by tho darknus.
but appoar like tho spirits of
naat age coining out of the sepulchros and
loosing tho shroud to Join tlio Intonation
of this cautical of despair. The whole
:nurch ia agitated, and vibratos is if words
of hoirjr wero arising Irnn tho atones.
This profound and sublime lament, the
mourning of bitterntss dying nwav'inlo
airy circles, Penetrates the heart ly thu
intensity of its sadness, It is the Yuico ot
Itotno supplicating heaven Irom her load
of nrhes, ns if under her sackcloth rdiu
writhed In her death agony. To weep
thus, to lament ns the prophets of old bv
tho banks of the Kunhratos, or among the
scattered atones of tho Kuphmtes, or
among tho scattered rtones of tho Tem
ple, to sigh In tho sublime cadence, bo
comes a city whoio eternal sorrow has not
marred her eternal beauty. Thus she Ii
enslaved. David nlono can be lior poot.
Hor canticle is majectic and unequalod.
Homo! Koine' thou art grand, thou art
Immortal uvog in thy desperation and thy
abandonment 1 Tho human heart shall
ho thy otornnl alter, although tho faith
which has been thy prcatigo should preirh,
as tho conquests that mado thy grentnest
have depaited' None cau rob theo of
thy (iod.glven Immortality, which tny
poutltla havo fustalnrd.'and which thv
artiata Mill forever preserve.
TlJL'KK are now In the harbor of Zanzi
bar two admirals with nine ships of war.
Such a forcn has novor been been there
horetoforo, and tho sultan i said in ha cor .
vlnced that Kngland means to put down I '
rv f ; ' - ' '"". i-
Tni: Commu.nk, during their posses
sion of l'aris,. destroyed among Other
things nil tho offlciii! 'record, ot births
and tnnrrlngo'. As most of them wore
family men and women without niarrlagp,
or unconscious of their own parontngo,the
object wns to place nil on a level of
"equality" in this r spect. Tlio work of
restoring tho records Is now in progress
n. nil who nro not recorded nra regarded
In tho oyo of tho law ns illegitimate. It
has mado brisk work for tlio lawyers.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
"KKOM NEW YOKK.
THK KVANOELH At. AM I N H.
Nfiw Yoitu, October 8. At 3 p in., i's
terday, tho Third session of the Kv.mge
leal alllniioo mot in Dr. Adams' church,
Madison quaro. Tlio fl or w.n reserve I
for the delegate and reporters ; and the
north gallory lor tho ttieotogluul student,
and tliu general public were ndmitlud to
tlio other galleries. Tho goneral topic
was tho pulpit of tho day ; mid the nic
er woro Uev. Dr. I'nrker, of l.oiidciin
Kov. Mr. lleechor, nud Dr. Kidder, of
.Madison, New ,Icjey.
UANK S TATKM IINT.
Isine II. Hilly, rooidvor of tlio
Nation,.' Hank of tho Comni'inwoalth,
gives tho stnlcmont of the arsels at
HO,b77.03i nnd liabilities $l,58.),i45,'J I
oxclusivo of acipital stock of $750,000.
lly tills oxbibit, there is a deficiency ol
''7,lu".ul ; showing capital uu,aid of
;!8J pur cent of the aggregate. The in-
iluliteiliiurs of directors t'j the ba'ik on
day of failure was over $,'1(1,000. In view
ot tho above etalumetit of llaily, tlio pres
ident is out In a C'vnl to creditors and
stockholder' of banks in which ho sayn :
"l'urhnp tlio willingness of lUily to he
recoiVer of a Salary of JOuO) n jer 'nay
explain ids gloomy view of thu ntliiirs of
tho bank, ills right to tho property of
tlio bank will bo tested in tlu United
States com la nud 1 beg you to suspend
your Jjidgeiiiutit ot the bank and its offi
cer till ihoy ng'tin havo their hook and
means of their defense."
At a mooting of the clearing l.oti'u ns
soclation thi afternoon, u'. tho requet of
-Mr. Kills tho following resolution was
Iterolvol, That a special coinmittoo of
live ho appointed by tho chair, which com
mittee shall, with tho preidont and direc
tors of tbo national bauk of common
wealth, niako an examination into Its af
fairs and report at a future meeting of Iho
association, tho msent of tho comptroller
of currency first being obtained.
.IfllOK WOOI N KKK.
Tlio ordor issued by Judgn Woodnell'
Inst week to show tho catisu of tho np
poititmont of laac 11. Hilly recently,
should not Im declared null and void, was
returned to-day. Judge Woodnell wns
not in town and tho matter win brought
before Judgo Hlnlchford, who said as ho
was n stockholder in the bank ho would
decline to huar tho argument. Tho mat
tor was adjourned till next Tuosday.
K-ifV TIlK.VSUKKIt M'KAUl'K,
of Ilrooklyn was arraigned to-day under
four iudictiiionls and his trial sot for tho
'20th Inst. Kato Stoddard was also ar
raigned, but hor counsel stated they wero
not ready. No d'iy was fired for hor trial
and rlio romained in prison.
Tho steamship ,Iuva arrived from Liv
OLD COIttU'PlloN AT THK W1I1TK HOUrlK
A Washington dispatch says Senator
Cameron bad u lung interview with tho
President yesterday, and rojiorta tho lat
ter ns well as himself, strongly opposed to
the drawing on tlio 1 1,000,000 greenback
Tho committee of sovenly lint night ro
solved that it was expedient to dissolve
and appointed a committee to wind up the
r l UK.
Ni:w Yoitu, October 8. A Kiro broko
out in Mount Vernuu, New York, early
thi a. in. Sovorul toamers woro sent from
this city to aid in extinguishing tho llames.
Tho 'Post' sajs twenty buildings have
been burned, and tho loss will lj ?50,000.
KVAMlUMt'AI. AI.I.IA.M K.
ThoKcsslons of tho Kvangolical Alii
anco seems to bo growing in intret. Tho
Astocinlinn liall was crowded this even
ing, ar.d large numbers wero unahlo to
gain admitauce. Additional vice-presidents
were appointed owing to tlio number
of meetings to bo held. K. T. l'.iyno, ol
Virginia, was to ho heard, nnd writes :
"If I don't set forth the merits of Christ
fuller than any other man when you hear
me, than you may My that I am not spe
cially called of God by I lie apparition of
ilia 1 1 uly rpiril "
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FROM LITTLE HOCK.
IIK.WV r'KOh r.
I.li ri k Hock, Oetnlor 8. Thero was n
liuavy frost 'throughout this feetion last
night. Tbo quarantine on tho .Memphis
A' Little ltock nnd Cairo A: 1'ulton rni'
rondt huru was raised to-doy.
A.V IT.M.1AS i-AimoNi:
with It boys, who arrived horo yesterday
morning from Memphis, was takon in
charge by Italians, and Ills money taken
away Irom him and divided among tho
children. Ho win ordered to leave tlu
city lit evening.
THE ItllTAII. I.lljl oil HKAI.C.Kl
and others sont collections of monoy to
the Memphis sufiurers to-ilay, Other eub
ecriptloiu will bu taken up during ll,o
i w .
Hoiton, October 8 Memorial cervices
woro held yesterday In St, Paul a church
over thu remains of Ilishop Kundull. The
attendance was large, Including the grand
lodgo of Preomasons, of which the tie
coined was past grand master. Ho v. Dr
Habc-jcK, of Dedhnm, read prayers and
conduc ted tho brief services, Addresses b0(.Bn Umu m 4 u.cocii tll worjj
wero made by tho Hovi, Dri. Tyng, Von- ,, ccntinua.1 ncarlv all duv Al,,u,t 8 '
. i.i r..n i.'in. r,,nuen,IWlniiut,.t. I "tru't. ItorWliri' rttliti Walliijt
1 " f '" '"' "'''' i Twntv-il..! streeth
Washinhto.v, October 8 Tha acting
secretary of tho navy thl morning re
ceived a telegram announcing thnt tlio
Tiilliihns.ioo had arrived at Portress Mon
roe from Now York with tbo Polaris sur
vivors, nn.l would sail for Washington as
soon as tho weather pormlttcd,
Thu President to-day signed the com
ml'slon of Phillip Allen, Jr., as post
master at Mitioral Point, Wisconsin.
K O. Grave, for several jeats chief
cleik in tho ullioo of the V. S. treasury, la
to bo appointed chief examiner of thu
board of civil service ccniiiit-slon; salary
?o,000 per annum.
Tlio secritary of war Inn appoilitud a
commission for tbo
K.llEl'l ION Of A MIMTAMV MUSO.V
at Hock Island, as follows: Col. Nelson
A. Miles, Fifth Infantry ; I.icut. Col. W.
II. French, Second artillery j Maj. Tho.
K. Ilarr, Judge ndvocato ; Huv. K. O. Wiles
of Now York, socretary of thu National
I'rlion ussociallou, and It. Hockway of
Detroit. .MhJ If irr is appointed recorder
of Uio board. Tho prison is to bo exclu
sively for thu confinement aud reforma
tion of ntl'ender.t against tho rules and
laws of tho army. Tho secretary of war
is to visit it at least semi-annually for in
spo lion. Tho commissioners from civil
life shall hold their offices for :i years,
and shall bo paid 5'j pur day while ou
duty, and necessary traveling expense,
whilo ollicors of thu army shall be subject
to removal by tbo secretary of war.
Cincinnati, October 8. Michael Huer,
a boy 1& years of ago, nt D.iytrin to day,
jumped on tho break of tho switch engine
and win thrown oil and killed.
At ujyonrly meeting of "Tt.o Krienda"at
Kiehmond, Indiana, it was resolved here
after to bold a yearly meeting at Hich
uiond, Iudliina, nnd Wilmington, OUio.
ntt. AiicimiAi.ii a. r TAiLiin,
was to-night innugurated preiidont of
Wootter University, Wooster, Ohio, and
mndo nn innuguml address on tho relation
of education to religion. I):. Lord, tho
rotiring president, delivered nn nddrcv,
and received tho degree of Doctor of Law
from tho university.
Tho ' GiiKittuV Lexington special says
that Huv. Silas 'Pollen, or that city, died
to-day under a surgical operation, lie
wn in his 70th year, nnd hnd boon nn
Episcopal minister fourty c.ira.
Thoro is no special change in tlio II nun
cial si'.U'ition hero. Hankers generally
express a readiness to resume currency
payment as soon ns tho stop is taken in
Now York. Husinoss mon nro becoming
very anxious for tho event to transpire.
LOUI8VII.I.K, Octobor 8. This noon tho
largo bagging factory of Hichardson, Hen
ry it Co., tho first factory of its kind atnrt-
ed in tho United States, caught lira from
tho friction of thn pickor, and was totally
consumed. Loss about $75,000. Insur-
nnco$ 17,000, in tho following companies:
Penn, Philadelphia, $2,500; Atlantb, N.
Y., $1,000 j Frankl'in, Philadelphia, $'.',-
MIO; St. .losoph $1,000; Amazon, Cincin
nati, 11,600; Gorman, Krle, $2,500 ; Old
Dominion, Hichmond, $2,000 ; Clay, Now-
port, Ivy., 11,000, Manhattan, N. Y.
5750; Merchants A: Mechanics. Hichmond,
$2,500; State Insurance Co., Mo., 1210;
American Central, St. Louis, $1,200 ; St.
Lotii, of St. Louis. $2,500 j Firo and Ma
rine, Va., $1,2.10; People", Philadelphia,
51,250; MannfacluruM National, Phila
delphia, f 1,250 ; Knterpriee, Cincinnati
$3,003; North Misfouri, Mo., $2,00o!
Thu loss is mainly on the luildinr. n,l
machinery, there only being J25.000 worlh
of stock in tho house. Tho firm will re-
sumo work at onco. Ono hundred oper
atives thrown tompurarily out of employ
Maukiii, O 'lobar 8. DIspV.clios woro
recioved at tho luinestry of war to-day
from Gen. Marionez announcing a great
victory by his troops over n largo body of
Carllst, near Agnrcuzfi in Nnvarro.
Muny of the Insurgent wero killed and a
large number taken prisoners. Gen.
.Marionrz says tho routoof tho Insurrec
tionists is complete nnd his forcer nro in
close pursuit of thorn.
A column os 2,000 InaurgonU made n
derpi rnto sortie for CorUgnna to-day, but
woro driven back with heavy loses in
killed and wounded. On tho arrival of
tlio government fleet tho city will bo i,t
tnelod on all sides.
Wamii.nutos, October 8. Probabili
ties For Wednesday in Gulf StnUa,
northornly winds, cluar weather and high
tmnporturo. Kor north Atlantic slntea
riring barromoter northwost winds and
clear weather. For Middle States north
westerly winds backing to northwost,
clear except on immediate Middle Allan
tic const when northerly winds, mid cloudy
weather may possibly continue in connec
tion with a cyclomo this morning, north-
enstorwards some distance out of Virginia,
i'or Lake regiong rapidly falling bar
roinetor with rising tompernluro anil fresh
to brisk southwest winds, Tho storm In
Dakota will probably move inlo .Minn.
Cautionary signals continue at Yilming
ton, Norfolk, Capo May, Now Yrrk, Now
Ilavon, New London and hastpoit.
FROM KINGSTON AT. Y.
Kisosro.N, October 8 Tho weather hi
Wen very iolil hero to-day. Timers on i
tho New York, Kingston and Sjracuso
railroad, cmimr from Deloware ,vmh.. '
" " ;i
wero covireil with snow. A anow storm
FROM PORT ' COLI5URX.
Pout Coi.ntiicff, October 8. Tlio pro
pollor Asia loaded with wheat, from
Chicago for .Montreal, whllo coming
Into tho harbor .Monday night, struck n
rock and sunk. Hor enrgo will probably
provo 11 totnl loss.
INTKUM RNlr VKalKlillAV.
SliiiEVEi-oitT, October 8. Dormello A.
Johns, whllo, 3 months old; Mrs. Mary
Woods, i:l yenrs old; Chns. L. Wnldr-n,
33 years old; Cha. MIlo, year old;
Mary K. Hldgy, 3 weeks old; John Dunn,
'10 years old ; Mrs. Hargrove, no ngo;
Mablna Williams, black, 10 years oi l ;
Willie Siiuui, black, six years old.
FRO.M SAX FRANCISCO.
San Fkanciscii, October 8 Tlio first
rain of Iho season was last night, extend
ing over Iho middle portion of thu state.
This promises to bo n good season for the
Tho wifu of Charles Hells killed hersolf
lnt night, nearly severing her heal with
a razor. Cause unknown.
Pkouia. October 8. Hy invitation ir
tho order I. O. U. H., nnd Mayor llrnth
erson, Hcv. Dr. KJward II. M. Ilrown, thn
Jewish rabbi, will deliver a lecture it
Hiitao s opera liall. Friday night, for tlio
benefit of tho Shroveport itifiorers. The
hcturori said to bo the finest Knglisb or
ntor in tho Jewish pulpit, next to the
famous Habhi Wi'e of Cincinnati. A
crowded hou 1 W cxpectecl. mid it i hopid
Pootia will not bo behind hor pister c iu
in ch irlly.
. RIVER NEWS.
I'll 1111 I I'ii 1 1 sil Hie KM IMS
For 21 hour ending .'I p.m., October 7, 1 sT.T .
I low I
.lellerron City ,
'Surface ol water below hunch mark.
Ob-crver Mg. fcer. C. S. A
Nkw O111.EANH, Octobor S. No arrivals
or departure. eather olear nnd cool.
Nasiivh.i.k, October 8 Itivor station
ary, 11, inohes on the shouls. W eather
PlTTsni-iid, October h Hlver un
changed with about 20 Inches in th-s chan
nel. eather clear and cold.
Vk kmil ko, Octobor 8. Down: Cros
ont City and barge, l'aragond, Molllo
More, Kxporter, Natchez. Up. Glencoo.
Weather clear nnd cool. Hiver rising.
Kvanm-im.k, Octobor 8 AVenthor
clear with a lieavv frost this morniisg.
Mercury 30 to 6u itivor falling very
slowly, channel unchanged. Down: KHa
Hughes, Fayatto. 'p: Geo. Kobnrts,
Silvor Thrown, Kddyvillo. Littlo busi
Lofihvii.i.K. October tsltiver station
nry with 28 inches in ehnnel, 3:i inches on
Portland bar nnd 3 feet (i inches reported
on lllsing Sun bar. Tho river is so low
between hero nnd Kvansvillo that boat
will soon cease to run and tho packet
v.M.ij.iui v iruooro pulling two SKIIH on to
carry tho mails. Arrivals: I'nt Kogor,
Clnclnnnti; Dovo .No 2, Madison; Ada
St. Loi n, October 8.--Irrivrd . Cha.
Ilrown; Cairo ; Labarge, Misniiiri river;
North Wester, Keokuk; Dolphin, upper
rivor. Doparted: Henry Amen, Now
Orleans; Julia, Vicksburg; North Wes -orn,
Keokuk: Grafton, (i iitiev, Hiver
stationary. Woathor clear and"plensnt.
liiiainu-a dull, freights to Now Orleans
Nkw Youk, Octobor 8.-Fur, quiet.
Wheat firm $1 lli 40. '
Corn dull and weak, )(,iCG".
Outs firmer SOgCO.
Mess pork nominal SIC 7517.
Lard easy 8J(iiS D-lOc.
Hacon ijmut and teady; cut moats
Whiskey oaav $1 01.
ClllcAi.o, October 8. Flour, scareo nnd
firm, extra spring $G CuD.
Wheat steady, No. 1, 10(77)1 11; N,
2 $1 (I8J cash; fl Oil', October; J-l 051.
0. 1 05j. 1
Corn quiet and .toady, No. 2 mixed 08?.
Ouls nctivn nnd advanced, No. 2, :i:ilc
cash; 3lo November. '
Ilyo steady, No, 2, Jo.
Harley, firm demand nnd advanced,
No. 2 fall $1 33; No. 3 .-1 1)7.1
Provisions, quiet and unchanged, notb
log doing to establish any change in
Whihkoy steady nt ll2i)3c; alcolial 50c.
Sr. Louh, Ostobor 8 Flour, vcrv quio
Wheat strong but innctivo; No. 2 rod
falling and demand nt $) ftSCiU fit; Noil
red. 51 3r; No 2 spring $1 110 in olevati r.
Corn receipts small and sellers firm ;
No 2 mlxud 13.
Out lower; No 2 mixed 3fl3Co on
spot, nnd !I0.- in October.
Hirlev In good demand for choii'u spring
With rhlea at $1 I0f,il fio
Hyo quiot ; No 2 USfaCOo,
I'ork riuiot nt lSoTjlolo cash,
hislty firm nt U5c currency
and I the Dental Itoom of Dr. Douchs, sucoeH.nr I
nnd firm, whllo mixed 75c ; yellow Tflc;
Onts linn 6l(j7)6c.
Sugar open, ketlln".IJ0IOc.
Molnsaes, n few barruls of old solil at
Cotton good deiiiatid,
Gold 170! !i for certified checks; cur
rency I per cent, premium for tertllled
ClNi'IN.VAil, October 8. Flour quiet.
Whcnt steady fl It),
Corn qtiio', fillc.
W'hl'koy, no ii.)f,
Pork, sn'le flfi.bulk quiet nnd uiichang
oil; Imcon quiet, jobbing sale; shoulders
8e; clear rib !c; clear Uc.
Lard firm mid unchanged.
CO TO N.
Ml'.Ml'illi, October 7 Cotton firmer;
low middling laic. Kecclpls 185, ship
meit 15.1, stock ysiiO,
CivciNNAil, Octobor 8 -Cotton iltady,
1 7 Jo
I.I VK STOCK MAI'.KKT.
('llli'Aiin, October ". Cntllo receipts
illiVi; tho market, undor a honvy run nnd
light shipping demand, ruled dull, but
prices nro unchaneed. Sains: Nallvo
cows nnd butchers steers ."I fifi r0: good
to choice smooth steers Ci OOfleS 7.". Ship
meritt Hog receipts lOlfiO; tho market opened
fairly active lint lower at I a.1p7il ftil for
Common lo good heavy; -t r,0(f) t VR for
g(Kid to choice light, and closed dull and
drooping. Shipments 6511.
Sheep receipis 1 170, and quiet nud lower
at !i 7.'o7 I 7.1 for common to good.
Al'CTION SAI.l; OF I NCI.AI.MKl) HAG
GAOL. Will be sold nt miction at thu Ontr.il
houe on Slvtli lrcet, I'al'o, Illinois, nil the
I'tiliyof Nownilier, at III o'clock .1.111.. a
large quautlt) of iliii'lnimed luggage to it
Irlv cli.iigc Ihereoii.
!i-:l II Mils T. N G in nkv
THE PARKER GUN.--
Will 'I'K CO I.LAIi 1 ' l,A N I NO MI LI
N WAf.Tr.K4, l'r.iirl lor.
fl I A I I II I
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH. HUIHOLKU. CltDAIt POSTS
DOOKS, HASH, HLINDH
fiirnirlieit ou f&'irtt-st ootiu..
Commercial avonue, between Tenth am
STEAMBOAT MUTCH ER
CITT NATIONAL IIVNK llflKIUNO.
IST-Spr'cial atlentlmi paid to order Irom
leamiio.u. niglil or day.
It AN II H
the city" national'
DA I It . IM.IMIln
V. I'. H I..1I Y. Pn-sMrali
liKNIty I,. HAI.l.ttUT, Vlcr-IT-,,!rnl
A. II. MArFOKI1, L'ahler;
vl.'l Civ HYrtl.OI', t.,'tn n,hler'
HTSATS TATLnfl. HntrflT II. Ot-NNIVUIIAU
Hi .ur I,. Hailuiat. W. I'. II in n iv.
flu. I) V.'ii li ahm.s, ntm-ns.s Hlun
A. 11. OAriuHl,.
I'.arlimixi, Coin nnil I'nlrI Nlult.
llouilM llotiL'til nml Nolil.
IXI'irtl'IU reenlinj, soil ir.-ni-rHl t.auhlnii
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
I V O A I It as.
It, V. Mii.i.kh, 1'r. i.iilciit.
.I.M.P111 mis. Vlce-Prc-lileut.
Ciiah. (;i)N.Nl.i!llA.t, Carhlir.
COLLKCTIONS PUOMPTLY M DR
I7IXCIMNUK coin, I.Biik noo-n hc,1 llnilc-c
J Ht4teiiHMiurltli.il liiinM nml nlit.
llilr4l 4 1 Inn oil in, rilili. leifNlla.
m it a. yi 0 0 ii :,
Jn ifli(litliHlri'iit,hriwien(!omniercllo, WshI.
anion ATriimk, ,ir recoirlnt
NKW MILLINKHY GOODS
I.ATKNT HrilINO AN1J 8UMMKH MTVI.XH
IlKnoits 1 lull line of
BOJSTiTIill'a &c HATS
ITriinmiiii nml untruninadj
KKKNOIl H.OWKHH. KIHIIONrJ, THIMMINKs
of all klnilr, Lucph, etc., etc
ir.I'. r'.,HM '''' fiUa larn ortlnnt o
runej Aitpm,sunh an
NKOK Tl.JH 1, O'M.I.AUri. UNI v.hMI.EKVEB,
IIUKKH, HAH1IKB, l'V'.M,
Anil all oitinrHrtmlnM umallr (minil In a
FIHST-OLASS MILLINKHY BTOKK
Mrs. Mcdee, in nddltlon to her Htock of
V aney and Millinery Ooods, Ims n lino nnd
Coniploto a-i-ortment of Cincinnati Curtom
mado Ladles' and MIi.hoh' HIioph and Chll
drcni' llootH, lilusk and in Colorn. 'I tune
roacknowledgcrt to be tho (inert and bent
ver In tho mnrkot, and thla Is the only
oine the HIT that maVnu lliem a kiietnlt v
U. W. DUNNING, M. D,
W. IfU! tlCKlniV A,.n.Vlnlri W.U11I .a-
stHn stamp tor cincuurt
I N SIJ RANGE!
KS! , It t.lMIt K( IS.'iS
SAFl'OItl), iMUHHIS & UANDEK,
.:i Ohio I.etfi.
'II V NA1ION1I, HANK UHt.Ilt.MI
OA IHO, ILIA
The plde.t ertahllhed Agency III Southern
Illinois, representing mer
u.,(Ji)ii,i)i)(i on !
ol' the bet liiMiraneo Capital ol thv
I 'lilted State?,
FIRE AND MARINE
I.OSM ADJI ,STl;llN.
I .S, COMMISSION Klt.S.
Particular attention given to taking dep.
O'llloiir, to be read III evidence In all Hie
coiirtK 111 the country.
rJT'Kuilgraiit 'l lcket lor a de to and from
ah part ol Luroic.
FIRE AND MARINE
t 1IJIA-A.-1 I K.I.
MA.1AKA, N. I.,
liSHUA.IlA, M. I.,
llU 1,VtH,1'St 19
HA.SOVKll, H. V.,
M ii) sea on
km Uiilic, it. r.,
t.i-'t ..,TU,li'iS ISJ
Coiui'iirin. tirt ijiiuMrwriir',' AfcB0,
4-l - - 876 UI
A I. MA Hi OiTY,
rihBMKM'ii r uNi, . r.,
P ICOUHITT, w. v. MAKIMK,
H"oip, Dirnllinii, Kurrllurr, Hull" iirel ("r
no in-url nl rmi" fenl, 01110I, jir
ni .nrnt rrurltT wirnnl.
1 rrrt'.v.triill nk ef trie CltllT.iol C
hrrof thier plroi,i.
I'. N. IM'IIIIKN
TKUTON'IA 1. 1 F K LVHUItA .VUK
OF CIIICAOO, ILLINOIS.
CK.Nr'i..OrKicit, 172 WaiiiinotonSt.
This Herman Lite lii-iirancc (oinpan)
guarantee not onlv I'ald-tip I'ullcle- hut
nlo a Value In Carh on tho Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. BUCK. - - - President
(J. KNOHKI.SDOHF. - - - Hecrotary
.IOIIS W. l'ltCKS.
Agf-nt for Cairo and vicinity
A"nciiitIon for prnmntlni: Life Inurance
and Sick Belief hy weekly duei. and mutual
co-nperatloti In object of public benefit.
The I.llc lnnrnce Policies will be l-iiiod
by the Tcutunla Life In-ursnco Company.
H. MKYKB3, President.
JOHN W. PHUKSa, Ao'T.
for f'lr tinil Vlelnftv
S A L O O N
(Ojien Day aud Night.)
J. K. I'AHKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and Cth itrvets.
OA 1 110, ILLS.
MLALS AT ALL HOIMW.
A line new Dining Hall with every con
,'enleneo ha been addeil to this popular
lle-taurant, and thu gutrU will linn every
eqillrlle lor their uccoiiiuilatlou.
THK BILL OF FABK
:onlti ol every Mibitatitfal and dullcac) ol
is ilpplled with the
.'II OK) EST LIUUIIRS.W1NES & CIGARS
JSTMIxed drlnkf. prepared with care.
j 1-10 ir.
COOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
tarti 1 nun inn wririnpr in
i Jlowel. Hoi facll. atel
PubJuoi ConTuIiIoni tnrl oit r- I
coinci all dlicMi Inddciit to V fJiTTfc
' ' ' J CENTO.
JJZTZB. f .
IIIUITPnMnirv 1 -or" oiarrnoaa, iiyrrnm
WHIIlUlTlB 01 'J al"' f"amtr Complalct,
gYtyps V t.u!iA(vu ui nn agei,
.. .. . t pnici:
Imumicnln lior!:ouiliiutM,gl- Y 3irTi
log tono aud iiuwer to tbo tjHtm. J QKH-Tn
It ll Infanti' nnd ChllJrrn'i Grot Sonlhlnir
Ileninlv. In nil Jltordari Lruuntit oa Lr UatLiuir or
He rrtlcular In calling for J1H3. WniTCOMll'S
KVIllir, and UVe nn ether.
rreparwi iiy wo iiiiai iu neuiuim: to , 81,
Iinl, Ma. Bold t y Uru(,-(jliU and pMlara iu
DUr ME ANDILUDOYOUOOfla
Il rlnilni? the blood and aromlnir tin llrrr anJ
rctollre ortnr to a lioallli; action, Ilr, llenry'a
itoui ana rum I'oii cwv umu i-uminiiiii wnicn it
ould not la nr,pneil llirr could reach, audi la
lleudiiclip, 1'nlii In iho 'Hide, N 11 nib.
cHi or auoaaiiiiuaiiiiueei, uilniN.
hi Hue, Ithoiiinntlani, IVeiirnlarlu,
,onm of APnellle, llllloua Iryncntrrv.
lililnpy Alfecllon. C'suailpullnn. lie.
I.IIIAV- ffAVf.Al flf all Ltlllffu. ll - .....
Jill, Jllllllilice, nnd oilier klndrrd compUlul
arialnir from a low tale of the tody, or obatructloi
ot Hi functlnni.
lining freo from Mercury and other nolioni lliey
on b lakeu nt nil timoa and liudir all clrcuuuUn
te, without rrifiird to diet, t.iiilnon or oteaiure.
lUtr itlinul.itii tha we.koncd and illitemrered
rla into hcullliy action, ulvlng them atrenglh to
illiLtirden Iheuiaelvoa and throw ell tho obitructloue
which are tha flrrt camo of illiea.e, wltliutlt
proi iiclutroillier unutnurrrlpiiir.
Alllmavy and drowiy aiu.lloni, which Tara th
nrrrnniiera of direful illieaiei ruch u AHilloxy,
1' iral vile Nliolipc.ic. are .froctually ward!
nn hy a few dsiAi of them aaarrhlns I'llli.
rulldlrtetlom rnn ...h k. I. v..,,.r o .
FUHNIBU AU3TKAOTS OF TITLB