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THE CAIRO DAILY RULLET1IN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1873.
UWTEIW,
SAMUEL V. WHEELER, .
ATTOKNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, 'ILLINOIS.
Office QTer "rt National bank. .V.Vm
ORKEN 4 OIL BRUT,
ATTOKNBYb
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COUNSELORS ,AT UW,
'William II. Uwi'i 1 ...ton ntlN'nlM
Williaan Olltorl, CAIRO, ILHMi .
Miles r. QIIKM. J
arBpeewl stUntion (tlssa AHr.irt.tn "
StMUnbott boln.
omoi OHIO L1VS. BOOMS 7 lP" -r '
OTTT WATIOWH
THE BULLtiTLV
OMeinl Pprl tlie-CUv ssri Oimlj.
juUN U. OBKBLY. Kdlt-it and Publisher
TKUM9 OK THE DAlL PULL1E1 IN :
On week. !t carrier 4
unit vfurhv cantor. In advance
l( no
CI
)
Jne year by carrier U not pilil !r
adTance
Dn month, by mall
I'bree months
glx month
Uu Tt
TtlK DOLLAR WEEKLY BULL . IN
John H. Oherlv hu rnduccil the f 'Clip'
Hon price of the Wkkly Cairo Blcbtin
to One Dollar per annum, maUn " ft the
oheapest papjr nunlLnol in South i HUnol
trailing mnllrr on rrrrj- , nee.
Gold clnied in New York 'a
noon at 109.
at
THE BULLETIN IK THK r Vh NO
Slnco the reparation of our p ing
machinery wan completed wo hav.' ''cn
isiulng Tnn Bclletix in tho cvilng
s'oad of in tho morning,and havo created
considerable dissatisfaction by so doing
i This fact we regret, and be; thoto who
awe very much dlas&lts&cd to be pailcti'.
Wo have lororal good reasons for tbu
courio wo havo taken.
During the past year we havo taken tho
telegraphic dlipatche for the accommo
dation of our patroni, at an expenie of
J200 a month $2,400 a year for tlio dis
patches alone. Tho publication of the
diapstcbes incroaied our offlco oxponses
3,000 a year as our books will show, mak
ing a total increaie of our expensos dur
ing the year, on account of tho diipatchot,
of $5,400. In return for this expeadituro
i what have we reccircd? Cortain of our
business mon contributed from $1 to $5
per month, making up in tho aggregate
about ISO a month. Some of tho mer
'chants who subscribed, doliberatoly and
with malice o prcptmt, rofused after tho
Grit month to pay their subscription) I
whilo othcri paid tho mbscription, but
balanced it by taking from ut advertising
to an equal amount. So that on tho whole,
wa have reciitvod frnm subscription du
ing the year not to exceed $500, leuviig
ui an expento of $1,000 on account of 'o
dispatches.
And, how much havo we received in
turn outtideof subscriptions for this m
lay? yoloneeenl. Our subscripuo. ji
did not increaie one subscriber bet". He
of tho dispatches, and our advertlsim put
ronage decreased as wo have Inu .. itud.
Wo have, therefore, during the yc;, g v.
n nearly $5,000 to allow tho piopl- "
Cairo tho plcaiuro of reading the -graphic
dispatchos in tho morning. i
are public-spirited, but (lot to the m ju.it
of $5,000 a your. Wo havo po duuo lUo
ijront nowipaper gonluscs w o iu l. uru
laveconcealod themldlvos frjtnttio w-rld
behind law book, barrels of flour ami
jolfeo bagi could and would continue an
snterprlsiug folly llko thia until thi had
aitb'or drained tbelr plethoric pocV .,r
nado the world wonder tit their cms. it
we won't.
Vie ihall continuoto take thudir
'or which wo ibalt have to pay
''oar, the telegraph companioa Lei
lulrngooui munopolioa than tho ra
. ' a
ro
. ada,
)Ut by publishing in tho afternoon . o cart
; iConomUe to tho amount of at louu J,000,
,nd that la quite ua item. If .thin a
nonth or ao, we can mako rrr, tn ,.ts
I tow in negotiation, wo will .i - t,au
auo The Bulletin in tho im, 4, or
( here will be a morning paper, ii.. he
Julleii.v, publiahed, containing Hi
;ratni and local nowa a amal tui . 'icy
beet, civn to independence, Buuru 11m
Hcpublicaniam and to the InUruia f
jiro.
Our luainesa won bavo been, in tbe
oaln, very liberal to newipupur enter
iriioa; but, even with their liberality,
very paper publiahed before Tu Bul
ETiJf hailoat money and been wrecked,
he rock on which they wore wrecked
ai tbe rock of the telograpblc diipKtchea,
nd wo are now paying $76 a month more
tan any other paper ever paid In Cairo,
nd more thr.n any paper paya at thia
me In tbe atate of Illlnjla for tho aeso
ateJ preia report, AVe hava too much
igard for The Hulliti to wreck It up
1 a rock agalmt which wo have been
arnad both by example and poraonal ex
trlence; and we hava no doubt our pa.
out will auatain u In our determination
Uer into aafe watera.
ANOTHER COUNTKY TMI
A few day a la tbe country, in the heart
Jackson county, has convinced ua that
( r it no finer hsisd than just now t:
! sit tho country, although there are uc
lliliKftDia signs tuat tbe reign
1 'ura coreas will 100
rlo. But M yet kit tbe glories
autumn r on wood and field ; toe
aturdy old oakj and hickories ar ffel
and green ai in early lummer, while the
Cottonwood and maple are beginning to
turn an inflnlto 'Variety of color and
thidel of color. A atroll through the
wood on foot at thia toaaon, or a half dozen
in Ilea ride through the country roada pro-
aonts , thouaand boautiea to tho oyo of
tho beholder and give food for thought
cover act beforo tho dwollers in towna.
A four-wheelod baby carriage with tho
handlo bohind la not a com
mon nlcco of workmanaiiip in
locality four mllea dlatant from any
"aolllcmrril." Oura attracted the admir
ing attention of a young fnrmor who ia
both husband and father, and not with
out a cqrtain aenao of the rcaponslbllitics
nnd duties Involved in tho relationship
llo Inquired tho prlco of the
wagon, and if wo wouldn't
drop a dolUr or two on account of its hav
ing been uaod, and finally proposed bo
chuio of the "curclty" of grounbanka a
"dicker" for a watch which he had in bla
poaseaaion. Tbe watch was forthcoming,
a silver timo piece, in uao probably, from
ua outaido appearance, about thirty years ;
on our expressing some doubt as to its
value being equal to that of the baby
wagon, its ownor assured us "it hud
1 any watch need havo anil ns
poatt a tick too, as purty
instdes and as many of 'em as
and ho would'nt part with it for no money
1 if Ucttiodldn't want a baby wagon so bad;
1 Bettio's sister-in-law had one nnd Bcttie,
' liko any other woman, wouldn't rest till
'sbo had ono too." te did'nt trade, al
though wo felt a livoly sympathy for Bet
tio's very natural dcalre to bo ovon with
her siator-ln-law, and tho watch, with all
ltsin(idoa,wont away in its owner's pocket.
On last Saturday, we went to the .Mur
physboro races, called, for
some unoxplalnable reason too
Jackson County Aricultural Fair.
Thoro was no dNplay of agricultural
products visible to tho naked eye, and tho
fair grounds aro all race track, with fino
ccomtnodvon for the horto creation.
Tho racing was not to begin till ono
o'clock, and through r somewhat weary
forenoon wo sat and watched tho poople
who, like ouraelvos, woro waiting for tho
business of tho day to commence To
our right, an enterprising youth had
eroded a target and with a pop gun in
hand was auctioneering ou shots. "Here's
1 tho place to got your money back three
'shots for a dimr; gantlomnn, here's your
'innocont amusoment, profit and pleasure
'combined; twonty ilvo cents to tbe man
wnn nits tno centre tnroo snots lor a
'dime," running his voice up on tho word
dirno with a sing-song cudenco which at'
tractcd more attention than shooters.
No rofrcsbmcnts wero to bo bought; In
a neighboring wagon thai family of
Mr. Isaac Klmmol or lellow
Prairie, near Elttrlllo, wero enjoying their
dinner brought from homo, and to Miss
Mary Kimmol wo were indebted for a
cup of excollent coffeo which assistod to
to ward off an incipiont headache and for
which wo were duly grateful.
The entriea of horsex, matched and
singlo curriago horsos, wero all fine, and
soma good running was dono; boinc un
acquainted with the names of tbe ownor
we did not know who woro elatd overthi
winning of tbe bluo ribbons. Tho racing
propor begun by flro horios starting oil'
abreast film bodicJ, Hiu Jogged, heads
erect and mounted by rldors drcasod in
red and bluo lUnnel suits,
Sumo porson in tho crowd
shouted " go " at tho wrong moment and
the rnco was doclared not a race. This
circumstance threw tho afternoon's pro
gramme out of joint. Thoro wore two boats
afterward, in tho ilrst of which Logan's
Cricket" won the race and in tho last, a
torrol maro of Mr. John Oburly uf Jack
son county, enme out ahead.
TitEodltor of tho Clarksvillo (Tenn.)
' Chronicle ' Is in doubt which is most to
b'i dreaded" tho yellow fovor scourgo or
that epidemic nf moral corruption which
it sweeping through the North, threaten
ing death to tho government and tho ex
tinction of that public vlrtuo which lathe
last bopo of popular liberty," Tho odi
tnr of tho 1 Chroniclo 1 may consolo him
self ; il bo should catch the yellow fever, or
tho yellow lover should catch blm, it might
carry liim olf, will ho nill ho; but he
need not sloal if bo don't want to, and it is
optional with himself to resist moral con
tagion and bo ns sevoroly honest as he
choosos. For ouriolves, wo would prefer
to risk tho moral epldomic.
" , ,
U11. Kelleii, of Louisville, at a mctt.
ing of tho board of school trustees of that
city rose to a personal explanation and as
sured his colleagues that hn was not an in
fidel. Although a membor of no church
bo protested that no porson had moro rev
erence for religion than ho, but ho would
not, even at tbe risk of being charged
with infidelity forego tbo privilege ot
thinking as ho pleased of all bigots in
Christian robes, and the right of visiting
upon such peoplo the scorn and con torn it
they richly merit from evory honest man
bo ho churchman or not. Bruvo Dr. Kel
ler, go in.
Ex-I'itEHiDiXT Joii.Ndo.v bad on dopoi-
it lu tbe First National bank at Washing
ton seventy-threa thousand dollar
According to tbo Knoxvillo 'I'rtis and
Herald' he regards its recovery doubtful,
but even if it is lost, Mr. Johnson will not
be without resources.
Till railway sleeping cars are being put
toamwuso in Memphis by people who
are possested of money, They aro taken
out of tho city ft few miles at night, uied
as sleeping apartmenta, and carry tbidr
lodgera buck again to their builcess in
be morning.
Tub sestlons oi the Evangelical Alii
ance, now fully under way In Now York
city, appear to be highly successful. The
best thinkers nd Ulkers in the ministry
of tbe old and new world are preiont and
line oratory is the order if tLe day.
Tub unfortunate Jv Cookn ta
per cent, of bis debts. U prupotel J 1 1
all bis property into the bands of a re-'
ceiver lor the benefit of his creditors but
many of the creators object. '
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
ftr tswwwvs ww-wsv ft
rttOM NEW YORK.
WISTtKX UNION Tlt.EanANt COMPANY.
New York, Octobor 9. At an election
of olllcors of the Western Union Tole
grnph company yoslerday, the following
wero chosen directors : Wm. Orton, Jus,
II. Banks, Aionzo B. Cornoll, Harrison
Durkeo, Norton Urcon, Jas. Ilarkcr, Ed.
D. Morgan, Augustus Scholl, W. K.
Thome, C Vn Corbctt, Frank Work
Cheater, W. Cbapin, Ira Cornell, Cyrus
W. Field, Nelson U. Hunt, David Jon. a
O. Langston, Geo. II. Munford, O. II. I'nl-
mor, Geo. M. Pullman, E. S. Snndsfurd,
Hiram Sibley, John Slowart, Moses Tay
lor, W. II. Vandorbllt, W. H. Vermillie,
E. B. Wosly, Stullmoro Witt, E. D. Wor
cester. The olecllon for ofllcors takes
placo to-morrow. Tho stockholders met
vostorday for their annual olectlon, whon
Mr. Orton, tbo proaldont, proionted the
lollowing interesting statistics. Tho re
port is mado up to Juno 30, 187.1, at which
timo ilia rapltnl stock of tbo company was
$11,073,410; of which thoro iiro outstand
ing $33,778,175 ; nnd owned by company,
$7,305,2J5J total $41,073,410. Tbo de
posit of tbo company on Juno30th, 1673,
was $0,038,400, of which thoro was due
Octobor 1, 1873, from tbo American tele
graph company bonds of 18,050; in
November, 1873, there woro also due
for Wcstor Union currency bonds $4,44?,
000 also In 100.! thore Is duo on matur
ing Westorn Union gold bonds $1,600,000;
total (0,037,400; cross receipts for tbo
yoar, from all sources amounted to $9,
;i33,018,5l; gross oxponsos 10,875,055.82;
making tho not earnings $U,757,90i!.G9 ; of
this amount thore has been applied for
the construction nnd purchnsouf now lines
$l,24'2lJ0a.07; Inturost on bonds $317,793;
real estate SC'J,lil4. 40 ; purchases ot sun
dry slocks of telegraph companies on
Wostorn Union compnny system $11, '70 -09;
paid for $50,000 Western electric
manufacturing companys stock $30,000;
patents on account of stones duplox $19,
258; mlsscellhiieous $402.60; total $1,
72",450.GC; balance which has been car
ried to Iticomo account amounted to$l,
035,572.13. On July 1st, 1872, tho com
pnny wero operating 02,032 miles of line
and 137,190 miles of wiro,and 5,237 officers
at tbo closo of tho year. On
Juno 30, 1803, tho company oporatcd
05,757 miles of line and 151,471 miles of
wire and 5,710 oilhes. Tho number of
mossagos saut In 1872 was 12,414,339 and
1I10 total for tho year ending Juno 30tb,
18 73 was 14,456,932. The rerort goes into
an cxtonded detail reforring to tbo in
creaso in Uo business of mmey transfers
and gonoral requirements and the pros
pects of now lines.
t'IRK.
Among tho buildings burnid nt Mt,
crnon is East Chester Savings bank. A
man was caught in tbu act of starling the
fire.
POKE'S TltlAL.
In tbo afternoon after recess tho court
room was crowdod with spoctstors. Their
only entertainment ho wovor, wnaadryar
u,iicihoii law points, involved in chal
lenges, which Judgo Davis brought to a
close by taking tho Tinners, cavinir ho
would givo a decision to-morrow morning.
1'ho court wus tbon adjourned for to
day. A llKLEUATIO.V
uf tbo reform association called on Mayor
Havomnyor to-dny and road n serios of
charges against Comptroller Green, accus
ing him of pylng one porson ovor'$7,000
for lobbying at Albany last year, and
other large sums of public money, for keep
ing himself In olllce; that ho did not
discriminate between just and unhid
claims, tberoby entailing immenso legal
oxponsos upon tho city. The mayor In
reply said the charges wero of a very seri
ous character and that Comptroller U recti
woudl bo asked lor an explanation.
l'EHE HYAt'INTHK'S LETTEIt.
Poro Ilyuciniho's letter to thu members
of tbo Evangelical Alliance is publishod.
Ho says he is united by faith In thu sumo
Christ only Son of God, and tho Jie
deemcr of men. You are laboring to bring
together on common ground the ditterent
christian confessions, which have boon
sadly, and until now, so irremediably sep
arate. My ambition, I confess, is still
higher. Whon yju aro satisfied with an
nlllanco, 1 would desire an organio and
vital unity, and I beliovo this uulty to bo
in the future destinies of tho christian
church.
KKV. UE.VIIV WARD IIKECHER,
in his address of welcome last evening at
Brooklyn, to tho delegates of tho Evangl
Iioul Alliance, said that if it was an exter
mination of sects that was sought by this
convention; if that was its philosophy, 1
certainly should not b of It, for I do not
think it would be 'wise to exterminate
eocts and bring the church into ono great
phalanstery, any moro than il is beneficial
to society to bring together all the groat
families of the eurth itiU ono phalanstery.
Wo got along very well, and allow men to
keep house as they want to.
Tho convention of
COLORED REI'ttlll.ICANR.
of this state resolved thai it is for tho best
interest of the colored voters of tho state
to perpotuato their separate political or
gsuizhtions. This action was takon on a
proposition that all tho colored organiza
tions should be ditbandeil, and members
Join tho republican organizations in vari
ous districts.
All) KOK HIE SOUTH,
The manufacturing Jewelers of this city
havo lorwarded $400 to Memphis, and the
cotton oxebango haa collected altogether
$'.rjOb. Thu St. Andrews society havo
sent $250.
RESUMED.
Homoof thu bnaka have virtually re
sumed the payment of greenbacks. Mr.
Cmp, manager of tho clearing house, to
day, tM that since tho isiuo ot tho loan
certificates there has not been been so
many greenbacks as were seen yesterday
when tho clearances wore tn&do In Wall
street. Tbo president was spokon to on
tho subject, nnd said be thought green
backs had becomo sufficiently mimoroua
to allow resumption. In case, howovor,
of tho pressure becoming too great, thoy
would no daubt fall back to tho plan fol
lowed during tho past two weeks as ft
measuro of safety. Thoro was no resson
ho said, why payments of logal tonders
should not go on; trade was prosperous;
producomcn woro paying for and receiv
ing larger quantities of grain than had
been roce'.vcd at ny time bofore. Ship
ments of grain from the West woro fully
1,000,000 bushels more during tbo past
week than during any week In the history
of tho country, and all this was jnld for
in legal tonders.
TOKK?.
Tho trial or Edward S, Stokes for tlo
murder of Jas. Flsk, Jr., is now in. pro
gress. Judge Davis sustnlnod tho chall
enge to tho array of jurors, nnd tho coun
cil for tho prisoner asked leave to with
draw It, assorting that tho investigation
by thorn showed that thu pistol was drawn
in the usual mannur, and without inten
tion to murder. Tbe ciso work uf ompan
nolling tho jury thon began.
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FROM WASHINGTON.
OOV. IliVIK.
Wasiunoton, October 9S Secretary
Delano to-day recolvnd thu following tel
egram from the commissioner of Indian
nllairii, at Fort Sill, dated llhi To Hon.
C. Delano, secretary of tho Interior: Gov.
Davis and party arrived yesterday. Thoy
have held preliminary council with tho
Klawachlofs. Tho severe measures prob
ably necessary with the Camancbos mako
it vary import in t tb:tt thu Clieyonuos,
raiding near Peublo should be struck and
dostroyed or captured. Their chiefs told
mo tho mon wont against their wishes and
in defiinco of thoir agont. Thoy disclaim
all rosponsiblo for them. A blow thoro will
mako tbo solution horo much oasler by
preventing the tribes abovo trohl joining
tbo Camancbo Indiana. Thoy must be
kopt on .their reservations by punishment
when other moans fail. Signed,
D. P. Smith.
Thocontonts of tho dispatch were com
municated to tho war department and it
being agreed to tako immediate action,
Secretary Delano tulegrapbcd Smith that
orders bavo been iriveu by tho war depart
ment tostrlko tho raiding Choyennos, near
Peublo as soon as possible and to keep
him, Delano advised of tho results.
hTEAMMIlr TAI.I.A11AS9E
arrived lust ovening and was anchored In
the stream. No communication was per
mitted from shoro with thu Polaris .survi
vors. PROM CINCINNATI.
HENIES IT.
Cincinnati, Octobor 9. Oov. Noyes
through his attomoy to-day filed his an
swer to the petition of tho county com
missioners in the Indexing suit, denying
each and every allegation of fraud and
misrepresentation contained in said peti
tion, excopt as heroin admitted, but tho
defendant says that ho received from the
auditor of Hamilton coun'-y, as he was
lawfully entitled to do, upon orders of tbu
board of county commissioners of llamil
ton county, lawfully issued to the defend
ant warrants upon thu treasury of said
county for tbo sum of money correspond
ing with tbe warrants mentioned in the
petition for tho payment of work dono on
ft'.-count of said county in pursuunco ot a
contrast lawfully ontorod Into by tho said
board of county commissioners with the
defendant. Tho governor did not wait for
service to bo made, but promptly waived
the servico of the process upon him nnd
voluntarily responded to the petitlen while
away from homo in Lornn county.
FROM ST. LOUIS.
MIJUIDATINO.
St. Louis, October 9. Tho directors
of tho Union National bank of this city
docidod to-day to go into liquidation.
The aasots aro said to largely exceed the
liabilities, and nobody will loio anything.
Tno course of this action is tho stringency
of curroncy.
To-day is
OlISERVKD AS A HOLIDAT,
according to n custom for many years past,
to allow overybody to attend tho fair.
Thu merchants exchangu will be closed
and business generally suspended. An
immenso crowd was at the fair yesterday.
Tbo gato receipts alono reaching noarly
$20,000. List night tho annual illumina
tion of Fourth street stores took placo
and a vory brilliant display made.
FROM SlLOUIS.
to iik iir.UB,
St. Louis, OitoberO. It is understood
that Bud Dablo, with Goldsmith Miid,
will bo hure to-morrow to competo for the
four thousand dollar pursu at tbu fair
grounds, also, tho notod horse (J loiter and
sovoral other noted cqiilnus.
waitinij von new vonik.
At a meeting ot the clearing houio as
sociation lust ovening the quostfon of re
suming currency payments was contldered
and tbu genoral opinion expressed was in
f vor of doing so as soon us Now York
bunks lead oil'.
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FROM SANFR AN CISCO.
San Fr'ancibco, October 9. Tho offi
cial examination in tbe caso of Cupt L. A.
Hldge, commander of tho Costa It'.co,which
was run ashore at tho ontrance of tho Har
bor, was bold but tho otUoials positively
rofusod to make publio any facts. Jt Is
known, however, that Capt, L. A. Itiduo
bat boon suspended from tho service of tbe
mull company.
United Statos service steamer Sarauc has
aailrd for Honolulu. lUlnscontlnue heav y
In parts of tho stato,
.
FROM EAST PORT.
KE8UMEP1
East Pout, Maine, Octobor 9,Work
is returned at Pembroke iron works. Tba
workmon bad been on ft strike for soma
wooks, owing to ft reduction of wagoi,
FROM SHREVEFORT.
INTERMENTS TESTEhllAY.
SiiRKVErnRT, Octobor 9. John Smith,
white, 28; M. D. IVirki, 54 ; Lucy Dorian,
24; Dr. F. P. Uotchkiss, 57 ; Ed. Jels
temer, 18 ; Martha J. Walls, 22 ; Alfred
Navllle, 313; Hutton Child, no age',
Jftrvls Norman, 30. '
PROM MEMl'UIS.
Shh, Octobor 0. Anothor heavy
frost' this morning, nnd tho prospects for
llghfon'o in tho'tnorning. To-day's in
terments woro 31 from yellow fovor, ond
10 from other cauaea. A Dominican sit
ter, Mary Joseph, formorly superior of
St. Agnes' academy, died to-day. Bov.
Fathor O'Brien, of St. Potors church Is
very sick with tho fovor.
FROM LITTLE ROCK.
HEAVY FROST.
Little Hock, Octobor 0. Thorn was
another heavy frost here this morning.
Tbe state Medical As.'oelation moeta
horo to-day.
There was about two hundred dollars
collected here to-day for tbo benefit of tho
Memphis aufferora.
lORbUGN.
RIOT.
London, October U. Two minors worn
arrested by tho police of Comborno, In
Cornwall, yesterday. Towards night a mob
of several thousand minora attomptod to
resnuo them, and attacked nnd brutally
treated tho police. Some buildings were
gutted, and several persons woro Injured,
and taken insensiblo to thu hospital.
Quiet was not rostored until midnight.
.Madrid, Octobor 9 Tbo United States
steamer Wachutsett arrived nt Vigo.
WEATHER REPORT.
Washington, Octobor 9. Probabili
ties -For Thursday throughout tbo At
lantic and Enstern Gulf States, light winds
mostly northwest with clear woatber.
For Lako rolon, falling barometer and
westerly winds backing to easterly ; partly
cloudy and clear weather, excepting on
Lake Superior, whero brisk winds and
chtudy weather aro probable For tbo
the northwest falling barometer and south
erly winds with cloudy and threatening
weathor. For Ohio valloy southwesterly
winds, and rising temperature and clear
or partly cloudy weather.
MARKET REPORT.
PKOVIdDNS.
New York, Octobor 9 Flour nuiet.
Wheat firm $1 41I4C; red winter
( orn, dull ClgCCc; cboico COc.
Oat firm GOVOe.
Mess pork noninal$lC 7507.
Lard easy, 8 7-10.
Whiskey quiet $1.
Ciiicaoo, Octobor 9. Provisions dull
with no sales.
Pork nominal at 11 87) cash: 13 50 in
uocumocr; id ib in January.
Lard "37Jo cash; 7 Jc in Dccembor;
ijc in .January.
Hams nominal at 10 J 3.
Products bold at previous prlcos.
Cincinnati, October 9. Flour firm and
higher; f7(W9 If.
Whoat firm, $1 401 45.
Corn quiet, 6253c.
Oats steady and unchanged.
Whiskey quiet, 90c currency.
Pork held firmly at $10.
Bulk meats nu'el and unchanged.
Bacon, fair jobbing demand; shoulders
ale: clear rib hld 0 jc: clear neld 9d.
Lard firm and small sales; steam held
8c; kettlo 88Jc.
OHAIN MAKKKr.
Chicaqo, Octobor 9. Wheat irregular
and low ul 1 08JQAI USj cabb ; 1 07 in
October; 1 00 in November.
Corn heavy at 38o fresh ; 37Jc October;
39 J,, in in November.
Oats lower and quiet at 33c cash ; 33
33Jc in November.
llye firm; sales at C5c;
Barley irregular and firm; No. 3 sold
at $1 ltl 35.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Ciiicaoo, Octobor 8 Cattle receipts
3107; thu market rather dull undor the
tont nuea hoivv run nnd bad markets
East. Sales: Native cows and butchers
itrors $5(0)5 '! : goodto choico smooth
steers $0 ;iU(ai& 80. Shipments Hi to.
Hog receipts 18S02, which with the
nuinbor left over from yesterday made
about !i0,U00 on sale, und prices dropped
MXji.lO per cent with fair sales at tho de
cline a; j I 10(5,4 75. Shipments 6730.
nncop receipts jbh, ami quiet anu lower
at 2 i5J7)l 09 for common to good.
RIVER NEWS.
HI mill rll of She ItlVKUN
For 24 hours ending 3 p.m., October 7, 1873.
I Above
low
ChangeH.
STATION'S.
ltlso.j Fall.
?S
2 0
1 4
a ,
11 11
2 a
0 2,
1 a
4 0
ft in'
1 ;t
2 -8
1 I
3 II
a ii
1 i
0 1
1 0
2 11
12 t
3
2 10!
1 is
6 1
1 8
7 1
3 3
2 0
1 D
4 8,
Brownsville
Brunswick
Cairo
Cincinnati
Davenport
Dubuque
Evanslllo
Fort Benton
Hermann
.lelturiioii City .. ,,
Kanxa City ,
Keokuk
1-aCroM.e
Ijjuvenwortli . . .
Lexington
I.lttlu llock
LauUvlllo ...
Marietta
Memphis
Murguntowu
N'iwivIIIc
NowGenova
New Orleans ...
Oil City
Omaha
Puducuu
Pittsburg
l'lattMiioutli
Shreveport .......
St. Joseph
St. Louis
.St. Paul
Vlekimurg
Wurmv
Yankton ,
Surface ot water bolow bench mark.
Kdwik Oakland,
Observer Slg. aer. U. 8. A.
New Orleans, Octobor 9. Norrri
vale. Departed: BjIIo Loo, Cincinnati.
Cincinnati. October 9 Itivor fnn
ono Inch with :i feet 10 Inches in tho chan
nel, Little Rock. Oclcber 9 iv,r
again uluusi to low water uarkes, and Is
falling.
Vit'Ksnuno, October 9. Nob aU 'ovn
to-day. Up: Jco Kinney. Weathor
clear and cold, lllvor rising.
Evansville, October 9. Weather clear
nnd p1eaant with n heavy frost this morn
ing. Mercury 48 to C4 dogfeet. Klvor
slowly declining. Down: Kvnnsvlll,
Fnyotlo, Brnnsford, Eddyvllle. Up: Qss,
Uoberts. Business dull.
St. Louts, October 9. Arrlvod : Cnr
r II, Vicksburg; Bright Star and Labargo,
Missouri river; Clinton, Keokuk; Maggie,
Illinois river. Doparted : Clinton. Keo
kuk. Kivor falline slowly with 5 feet in
tbo channel to Cairo. Weftthor clear
and warm.
The .SHORTEST ROUTE to FORTUNE.
$ 100x000 foronly$ 2.50.
THE I.AItFEST RETURN KOIl
THE SMALLEST INVESTMENT.
A CHAXTD
WILL IIP HELD AT
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS,
TJooombor Hint, 1070,
FOR THi: BENEFIT OF A
JCVKNILK KhTOKM. SCHOOL
10,000 Gilts,
51000 in Przo
Principal Prize $100,000,
conilfllmr of the siinerh mlatial resldctire
Sllil'in Alicle. K,,unurpa!te(l ns a private
(hvelllni; In tbe L'nited State, helm: only a
few block- Irnm the Courtllouc.uirouiiii-
ed by tnntnltlc'cnt grounds, orchard, ifar
deiisanil tlncynril. The ImlMlmis hn-becn
only recently completed vtltli all the mod
cm" Improvement.
PRIZE LIST.
Ill Prize.-.. Heal Kstatc, 8150,12.')
1 Cash Prize,
20,000
20,000
2.f),000
20,000
" 810,000
I
1
20
no
100
200
U)0
tids
lobo
1158
:,uuu "
2,f)00 "
1,000 "
f00 "
20,000
20,000
,000
10,000
1S.O00
200
100
fid
20
10
l.'i.OOO
10,000
') I
00
sn.-ioo "
2..10 01,12
40,000 Prizes - - 51.10,000
The title to tliealioc real estate Is gtur
aiueeti neiieci.
Tho liberal terms of thl scheme brlnci
within tho reach ol all the irreote-t onnor
tiintty ever ottered for tbe poor man to rise
to weaiiu.
PRICE OF 1ICKETS.
Single Tickets, f 2.00 ; Eleven T.ckcts
$25 00; Flfty-ix Tickets, $125.00; On
Hundred anu r iltoen I.ickets, 5200.00,
The ilrawinc: will be made iindte tbo mi
pcrlutenilence of a rommltteo appointed h
the hlgbcKt othclal In thu State, duly nworti
ui uie laiiniiu perioimuuco oi tnc duties as
slL-end them.
The highest otllclals both of City, County
Alleles. tint n Hi his scheme.
The demand for tickets is unnarallrled
and ull desirinc to narticitiate In tba draw,
Ing should at once form their clubs mid send
in lueir orders.
AO EN T.S WANTED In all States. Cities
and Towna In tbe. United flute and Cana,
Ua.
ESr.MoncT should be ent bv Rrcistero
Letter, 1'. O. Order or exprc. with thclu
address ol the purchaser In nlaln writing.
Every package of II tickets has a chance
in win ii prize, mil positively certain to
win one, while ono person out 'of every ten
who piirchac a package ol 11 is bound to
win iwo prizes.
For further information and particulars
semi ior circular 10 inc Jiatiager anu rro
in icier, anu auiires
SIM OK A It EL EH,
Leavenworth, Kansas,
AUCTION SALE OF FNCLALMEU BAG
(lAdi:.
Will be s,old at auction at tho Central
nnuso on hlxtli olreet, Cairo, Illinois, on the
1st day of November, at to o'clock a.m.. a
large quantity of unclaimed baggage to sat-
m) ciiuies inereon.
II JlltS. T. t.AKl'.NKV.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OA1RO, ILLINOIS.
Office over First National bank. 3-10-8m
John H. Mulkcy. Wlllam C. llulkey
MULKJ5Y 'SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAV
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Olllce: ElL'hth street, between Cammer
siai and y usuington avenue.
n-ii ii.
O. Aysrs. E. J. Avkiih
AYERS & CO.,
FLOUR
ASD
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvse, Oaiko, Ilu.
7tr.
BOAT NTORKN.
BAM WILSON,
S ill! It
I BOAT 8TOBB8
oBooaaim
rROVIHIONS IIO.
Bo. no
Omo Lnvsisi
Oatbo, III
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANT,
ARB
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETOR.
prepared to forw r l all kin U of freluhti
to ,all points.
ntln nH'"1 to prom nil ti
A. J. ROE, ILll,
Office over Thorns ft Bro.'i grocery store,
No, 134 Commercial avenue, corner BIkIUIi
street. Residence corner Walnut and
Twenty-Ant streets.
O. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SEfllDBNOK eornsrNlntb and Walnut sts,
Offlee ooroar Blitr. streat and Ohio lr.
o bour from t .m, to lm,, anl p.m
inftTJMABCY.
INSURANCE!
KN rA ULINIIEIS IHStl.
SAFFOHD, MORRIS 4 OANDKE,
lieiieral
INSUlUlSCIi AGENTS
:u otiio
CITY NATIONAL HANK BV1LDINU '
CAIRO, ILLS.
The oldest established Agency In Southern
Illinois, representing over
.$05,0011,000 00 I
of tho bet Insuranco Capital ul the
u iiucu states.
FIRE AND MARINE
i.osis A 1SJ l'hts;sjs,
3M OT ES OPTJEXilC
AND
II. S,COMMISrfION'KRS.
Particular attention given to taking dep
ositions, to lie read in evidence lu ull the
court lu tbe country.
Eiri-mlgratit Tickets for s Ie to and front
ah parts ol Europe.
FIRE AND MARINE
M1AUAHA, if. T.,
A1
tl.U...,
AtlflU
,..li,u,tia
M.l,0M,Tlt IS
.T MS ou
0KHMAN1A, N. V.
UK1UULIC, .
&SU.,
T1S.946 W)
OuiuiriaiQK the Uaunrwrilr'AaD07,
YorrxKM, v,
AsU
.sis 444
.4U.1M
ALIIANT CITT,
riBikiKN'n ruD, .
tMUl..
aacuKlTT, N.
T. MAUMBt,
..l,OS,MS
iel..
Rtera, Dwdlllnx, riirnllot, Hull n l Cf
eo-, inaurvd at rati m fasorable uni, ptt
mnnt arciirltr will rroU
I rnspn'trullv k or tli oltlianaol C-
harrof thtir rtrv".
i. n. iirmiKN.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF OHIOAGO, ILLINOIS.
UKMr'uOrricK, "2 Wahiiinotox St.
A.OTIYA, S650.000.
Thl Herman I.llo lnmirance Company
guarantees not only I'ald-up Policies but
tlso a Value In Cash on tho Non-forfeiture
plan
IOHN A. IIUCK. - - - President
0. KNOBELBDOEF. - - - Hecrelary
JOHN W. P1HJKSH,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
BISMaIiKBUaVD..
SECTION NO. 47.
Asopiatlon for promoting Life Insurance
and Sick Rellof by weekly dues and mutual
o-opcratlon In object of public benefit.
The Idle Insurance Policies will be Issued
hy the Teutonla Life Insuranco Company.
H. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUES3, Ao't.
rosritniiil valwlsr
ha loo sin.
THE
LITTLE KENTUCKJAN
SALOON
AND
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and Gth streets,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A fine now Dining Hall with every con'
enlence has been added to this popular
tcstaurant, and the guests will tin J every
emiiaite lor their accomodation.
THE BILL OF FARE
onslsts ol every substantial and delicacy o
be season.
is supplied with the
MOICEST LIQUOIIS.WINES & CIGARS
laTMIxcd drinks prorarcd with care.
11-1011.
IT IS
istot
THAT
DR. HULTZ
IS DEAD. '
ui: ih hti i.i, urmu .r 15 cairo
Ills olllce und dispensary at
NO. L'2 EIGHTH STREET,
Bet. Commercial anil Washington avenues
It Is true, the noctor is 0111 of the oldest
P'D'slciaiiH of tho nlacc. und his dlnloina.
that burgs In his ollice. shows that lie ha
been ;)2 years in the profession, He Is doing
a larger olllce practice than any other phy
sician, treating all kind of chronic diseases
of the human system, such an old ulcers, and
all discuses of tue skin, humors and blooil
poisons; also disease-of the throat; also
ull diseases ot the eyes of years standing;
aiso urtinciai eyes luscrteu; usttuu cured
without the 11.0 of a unllo : cancers cured
liy the application of medicines; pimple; on
tli face removed t all urlnarr 'diseases
cured ; all forms of venereal and private
diseases cured in the shortest time ; semlal
weukncsH ami tell-nbuse cuied iu a short
time.
It Is self-cvldont that a nlivslelan treatlnir
cases for tweiitv-two veara acumrca treat
skill. " '
All eonsllUallona contldcntieal. in tiarsnn
or by letlcu.
All mcillclnra furnished at office in all
casos. iu.'j;itf. Dr. David Hultz.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Cbiartereii Sareh 11, Isislt.
ovvici om
OI1Y NATIONAL BANK, OAI1 0
omexsa:
A. B. S AFFORD. President;
8. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President J
U. 11Y8LOP, aeorotary and Trtiiam
lasmoaf t
P; II. BiieuT,
F. II. HvooaiuTsii
Osui.Oiuesuw,
.Jt.UOSJIMMJ.
J. M. Paitussi. '
DpUta ot mm A Msisisslysjslto
Tms Clmta Cywarda.
M TURKS T paid 00 upotiia at in rase of all
M-MMt Mvinun.lllnh lit n A H.ni.n.
Cr 11. loUTMtnol withdraws) I addsd Isbsb.
dlately to ah pnaeipal of the deposits, tbsrcbr
if ,01 invui muipvuw ..-
UASUXD WOMM AsTD OKILDHir MAT
PWOSUT MOsTBT
so tAT no om aui on saAw sr.
JdtViyb)TIo'AV
oBi.irow to 1 0 elort.
ovu w. oiibur, irsssarir.

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