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THE CAIHO DAILY 1SULLET1JN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1873.
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TUX DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
Jobn II. Oberly ha reduced the subscrlp-
tion price or me tvuiir uaiho hulletin
to une voitar per annum, making it the
cheapest pepdrputilbihedluljouthorn Illtnol
Besuliae; mails- on every page.
Tnt Msgnolla, a lager boor snlloon at
Memphli, doet'nt bloom any moro, having
boen blighted by the yollow fovcr storm
Tub yollow fevor epidemic at Shrove,
port li roported at certainly on tlio do
create, If only for the lack of victims.
Da. U. P. LrNCil ha. retired from the
editorship or the Commerco, '.Mo.,) 'Dis
patch.' The doctor it an ablo nowspaper
man and gave the 'Diipatch' considerable
reputation. Ho mado it a Uvoly and on
Toe president now gets flfly thousand
dollan a year ai salary and sovonty-scvon
thousand dollar a yoarfor eontlngontoi
pensot, making tho mug little turn of ane
hundred and twenty-seven thousand dol-
lariayear. Considering tho work Grant
does and tho time ho pun in at Washing
ton doing it, he u tolerably well paid.
rilK ELECTIONS ON TUESDAY.
The election! of Tuesday In Pennsyl
vanla and Ohio, pasted off very quietly,
light votes boing polled and both ttatci
showing a republican majority. In Iowa,
tho tickets were tho Republican's and Anti
monopoly, and the contest was close and
excited, the Kepublicans gaining a round
victory, but showing a decided loss in
many localities formerly Republican
strongholds. The result of the election in
Ohio may bo regarded as a fair indoz of
tho political drift ot things. The
stato elected a full ticket
and thero weru four sots of
candidates: the Republican, the Demo
cratic, tho lndepondont and
tho TemporBnco or Prohibition
Tho returns show a Republican msjorlty,
small In comparison with that of other
years, ana a Democratic gain In many
counties, accounted for by the candidacy
or "Old Hill Alton" and the active intor
ost tnken in his tuccois by many old
Democrats whom no other man could
havo moved. The election was quiet
throughout the stato and while it shows
tho luke-warmncfs of Republicans, proves
beyond tho shade of a doubt that It was
but tho semblance of tho old timo vitality
in the party which led many Democrats,
weddod to tho namo of Democracy, to be
lievo that it would rouso into measures of
life and conquor a substantial victory at
tho polls. Tlio party, llko Its leader in
Ohio in tho campaign Just cloioJ, should
rotiro from tho political arena, satisfied
that, llko him, It has seen its best days
and that tho country has no further use for
dlnarlly cause a decline, operated directly
tho other way, one reason being that the
stocks are relieved from further litigation
Money is very irregular and closoe lower
than on Tuesday. In tome cases brokers
accommodate each other at 7 per cent., but
the bulk of business at at It por cent
for small lots and In somo cases i per cent,
was paid for round lots, increased actively
on oxchango and made a greater premium
for money. Greenbacks firmer and more
ers off ; No 2 mixed 3636Jc iu elevator,
liarley nominally unchanged; buyers!
oner ror no z spring ai su(gi w.
OROANizkb. I Kye steady and Arm; flo a wnnioe.
I'liiLAUiLrnti, October M.-The ca- ork d,u" "d unchanged.
n.i ,i. , , , Dry salt meat dull j sales of loote clear
onal conference of the Woman's Chrl.. rlb 77jc; bacon quiet, with only an
tlan aitoclitlon was organised to-day. by order demand; shoulders 8lc! clear rib
the election of Mrs. Felix R, Uurnett, of HjJc
Pittsburg, as president. There was a I VtH'k-y lower, at 03.
large attendance of delegate, frem a.lJ.10 ,or roua
states. In the evening a public tneetln? I New Orleans. Ortnbnr is Plnnr
active premiums ranglnK from 4 to 1 tr y,Mhla P'dod over by the Roy. Dr. MocB smaii; lowei grades scarce;
eent. Foreign exchngf dulUncT d.cft Wiike.and addresses were made by Bl.h. JSUt ' ""
lly lower. Banker, having sold sterling N""" " J-, C,K oS, quUUS0c.
at tOGfaiOOJ for slxtv davs. and Ifj7r3inu U"d"' n1 A' J Kowland. jjrM1 ,c,rco
A xiikob in the liraidwood mlaos at
'Wilmington, Illinois, was crushed to
death by a piece of soap stuno which loll
on him from tho roof of the mine in which
be-vas working. Tho poor follow was an
t.1t. Anil. .!..- In ...
trv. and leavts a wife and four children In I r
his own land.
Aoain.t hopo the, postllenco in Mom
phis becomes not less Industrious with tho
dawning of each day, and its work has
created a most mournlul condition of af
fairs. For awhile it confined its labors to
Pinnh and Happy Hollow, two questions
uio portions oi ma city, m which wa.
much filth, fuel upon which tho fovcr was
fed, but it has now invaded every nook
and cranny of tho city and its dreadful
presence is recognized in every household.
The pestilenco has taken along want, and
the needy and tbu afllictcd are crying aloud
for broad. Cairo has responded liberally
to this demand but her hand should not
yet bo ciosed.
Tuc Dan bury man of ilotnpbii, though
an oddor fellow, is a batter man evon than
the 'Danbury News man. Ills humor it
excellent, and of tho kind that brings wa
ter into tho eyos of tho reader. Ills name
is John D. Danbury, and this in what ho
wrote to the Odd fellows' relief commit
tee: "I hereby Vendor to the special ro
lief commiltoe I. O, O. F tho use of a
horse and wagon, and if you need monoy
sell the outfit and use tho money for suffer
ing brothers. Respectfully in F. L. and
a. The committee were compelled to
sell tho outfit. Tho purchaser was anoth
er Odd .Fellow with a Danburoan hoart,
for having paid tho purchase money he
donated the use of the outfit to the com
mittee during theprovalanco of tho dl-soato.
Tux nesessity lor cheap and additional
means of transportation from tho West
and North to the seaport is a nrccttity
which grtws moro urgent every da.
Out of it hat grown tho rise of the pro
ducing classes adainst tho railroad monop
olies, more intended to free those claises
from tho burdens weighing thmn down
and which in somo respects has already
lightened the weight and shown tho way
for fjrtber deliverance. Hut while thi
auu-tnonnpoliEts of tho West itro bonding
11 tbeir efforts in ono direction, that oi
compelling the railroads to temper theii
demands to tho means ot the producers,
they are neglecting an Instrumont ot
powor placed in tbu bunds of tbo nation
itself, which if ulllizud and brought into
competition with railways will compel
Tuk Democratic purty, alias the odlout
memory, the Liberal party alias the lleth
pot .nutlurs (from afar otT,) and tho Re
publican party aliat tho insufferable
stencb, have each a full ticket in New
York statu, and are making tho cities,
towns, hamlets and rural precincts ol that
commonwealth vocal with the old-time
political cries. Tho Democrats aro confi
dent of victory, and probably deserve suc
cess more than either tbo Liberals or Re
publicans ; but to a koker-on from tho out
side of Vienna, we fear tho hopes of our
political friends may not be realized. Wo
fear the memory will again bo shoved
aside, ilopo has told us ot'ion a flattering
tale, end we havo as often believed; but
now we moro than suspect that hopo,
when communicating with tbo Democratic
party, is a liar of remarkable ability.
Tax prevalence ot yellow fever at
Shreveport and Mompbls is sought to be
accountedor by theories involving an im
mense amount of not understandable stuff
about miasma and gassot and to forth.
These theories aro fine, and thoy may be
based upon facts ; but, the fact is, and all
can understand it, the disease ingruated
from tho dirt of those cities. From what
we can learn in reference to Sbrevoport
nd from what we know about Memphis,
we do not hesitate to assert that there aro
nst two dirtier cille. in tbo world. .Mem
phis i. t pretentiou. city, 1 1 "puts on air.."
It publishes its greatness. Ilut it reminds
us of a beauty who wears gorgeous robes
.ndJjtby under gown. Memphis it, in
truth,unusually filthy,. The authorities are
too busy to attend to the cleaning of tbo
elty they hTn'l got time to do so bo
twten drlnhe. If cities south would im
lute the example of Cairn and be always
clean as well as tidy, tbo.e cltie. like Cairo
would be exempt from the ravage, of epl-tletmiea.
The last numbor of the Jackson county
Era' taytV'whllo our attention ha. beon
dirocted to the ravagos of the cholera in
surrounding cities and towns, and to the
horror of yellow fever in Shrovcport and
Momphft, wo have boon little aware of the
stato of affairs In our vnrv midst.
conversation with' a gentleman
om hk 1'rMrie, in this county,
a day or two sinco, we wore nttoundod at
tho facts elicited. No less than twenty
ono deaths have occurrod In that sparsely
sottlod community during tbo past four
woeks, Tho discaso was of a similar typo
to that with which Murpliysboro nnd euf
rounding country havo boon scourged,
savo that the etl'octs have been moro fatal
Our informant stntcd that of all who had
been attackod but ono was still living, and
that his case was yot considered doubtful.
Of course the panic was very groat, and
at tlmos it was with difficulty that the
necessary attontiou could bo procured for
tiedoad or nurses for the sick. What
seoms most roraarkablo is that all tho
doatbs occurred in a section that was con
sidered quite healthy, It being oueofthe
finest prairies in this part of tho state,
high and rolling. Tho diseaso has now
abated, rind the peoplo are bopoful that
tho dreadful scourge has .pent it. fatality.
Among the doaths were the following:
Laura Schwartz, a daughter of Thomas
Young, Peter Kmery, Thomas Davi. and 1
wife, Mrs. Hall, Thoma. Fox, Jane Fox
William Anglln, William Crcatb, James
Croatb, three children oi Michael Wal
lace, Uoorgo Home, Manary Eakin, two
children of James drowning. Tbo names
ot tbo other victims our Informant could
not romembcr. Ho thinks, ulto, thai
tliero aro probably othor doatlit, of which
he has not learned."
for sight. Custom receipts $2'29,000.
Gold declined from 109, to 108J, closing
at 108, Rates paid for carrying to-day
wero 7 l-329 U10 and 7 for gold, and
for borrowing flat. Tho financial rale was
per cent, for carrying. Clearing $64,
OjO.OoO. AssetU of treasury disburse
menu $68,000. Thirty thousand pounds
woro received at the assay office to-day.
Governments woak and lower early in the
day, but lmprvod at tho close. State
bonds qulotht tho merchant's sale room
to-day; f.20,000 Atlantic & Pacific at G per
cent. Gold land grant mort
gage bonds guarantees .old at
per cent. Thore were .ale.
of $120,000 of tho same of from 4.1 to -14
The difficulty of borrowing on stock col-
latteral. .till continue.. The railway and
mitcollaneou. speculation was before the
first call in this dccllno. The lowest
prices reached since the panic were cur
rent after the lime mentioned, Tho mar
ket began to improve and at tlmos was
buried. Prices advanced from 1 to 01 per
cnt under large purchases, against a de
cline of from 1 to C por cent, bofore half
past 2, and, at tho final close, thore was a
reaction of from to 2 por cent, from
tho highest point reached in the markot.
mprovement in Lake Shore, Western
Union, Panama,Lako and Western, N. Y.
Central, Rhodo island, Wabaih and Pa-
ciflo Mall market closed firm with a
cheerful feeling on tho ttreot,
trial and testimony was taken to-day,
iho facts were subttanti.llv given at in
the previous trial.
Ciiicauo, October 14. A fire ueht
in the nlanine mill of Loom Is & T.nflln
which spread rapidly, destroying the en-
tiro building and machinery and causing
a lost of $22,000, upon which is the fol
lowing Inturance: Lycoming, Globe,
National, Mlttourl, Penntylvanla, All-
mania, Nashville and People's of New
York, f 1,000 each, and $1,800 in the Ami-
xon. Mr. Felix, who occupied a portion
of the mill premlsot, lost J3.000 in which
he had f 1,000 in the Globo and tho same
amount in another company. The fire
preed and caught the adjoining plaining
mill, the property of Hoir A Adams.
which was also destroyed. Loss 1180.000
to building and machinery, and on lum
ber and dry house f 6,000,
About 3 o'clock this afternoon John
Lawler, a gamblor, shot twice and sevoroly
wound.d John Duvall, another gambler,
on Clark street near Madison. Lawler
Hay, no demand
Pork dull 10 12,
Dry salt .boulder. 8 J!?; no demand
Lard dull, 8'Jc.
Sugar and molasses nothing duing.
Whiskey advanced; Louisiana 9i08o,
Cincinnati $1 03.
Chicago, October 14. Flour dull and
only a small local trade
AND ITS CU11H.
Victims of this awful dNcase aro found In
houie "e,"B0",0Uui in aluiost every
i . ... .
r or iiioin Arm rn n.i. .
tl.llM... . . . 'cn II1UUUH, we UAYG
I .. h tueer "'' hope the an-
I 8?m i? ilncni mot llni,ortn' discovery,
7. i r iuiuii enio anu re a-
""" "'":" lernoie malady s posl
tlve v controlled, ami Its victims areperma-
CARBOLATrD COD LI V Ell OIL
i not a secret oi empirical nostrum. It Is a
nappy combination ol two remedies known
i-uBiiiuiin cverywncre as tlie besi
Vulcan Ihox Wouk
NISI II MTIIEET.
JOHN T. 11EVNIE
i best means
Wheat steadv with .nlv a small local I lion ! Mr. " X ' J1.?" ""!'"
... I. . - . . .... '""-it -crv uu in
.iu i prune si oo .loriuweiiorn i wuuucu miuuuie io iiwimr
onsiimpiion Is decay. Soothing, expect.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
FROM SEW YORK.
KT Til KT COM K.
Nkw YoiIk, October 10. A committee
of Memphis merchants residing hero re
port additional collections of $700, mak
ing a total of $8,000.
Twolaborors woro killed Inst evening
whllo working in the Harlem railroad
I ELKO. ATM JLlTOINTIU.
Iho heirs, In Jlrooklyn, of tho Sarah
and Walfert Wobbor estate, In Holland,
valued at $100,000,000, havo appointed
three of tholr number as delegates to the
meeting in this city on November 10th,
with a viow or settling up the estate.
Charlet A. Whito, agont for a wottorn
house, tupposod to be in Cleveland, has
been misting since Sunday, and as ho was
in the habit of carrying considerable
monoy about him, foul play is auspocted.
IT... .1 . . ...
uii ovurcoai, nm anj some letters wero
found in a hall-way on Llbcrtv street
Charles II, Phelps, cashlur lu the treas
ury department of this stato, was arrested
at Jorsey City and brought here, charted
with robbing tho treasury of an amount
ettlmatod at tbroo hundred tboutand dol
The tiluation at tho stock oxchango ear
ly tbit morning was marked by a lioavv
fall In valuet, owing to tbo recent failuret
and prossuro of stocks for cath to realize
monoy, but there was a sudden change to
extreme buoyancy, under which pricet ad
vanced tharply. Tho payment of Now
York Central dividend had nothing to do
with the movement, although It wat large
ly the result of manipulation by some of
tne bears, who coverod tholr short Cen
tral yestorday at low prices and went long
for a timo.
Judge Illatchford, in tbo Now Yorkdij.
trict court, decided to dlstolvo all injunc
tiont heretofore granled In lankruptcy.
In the cato or Geo. llird, Grinnoll & Co.,
the application to have them adjudlcatod
Into involuntary btnkruptcy will bo ar
gued Saturday. The announcement that
all injunctioni had beon rcmovod did not
have an unfavorable retult. a. nostnro
were taken to tell out collatteralt.
although the dltsolutlon of the inluctlon
leave, tbo creditor, free to dispose of tbora
in tome manner a. if no Injunction ex-
isiea. 'Jhi.will relieve nearlv on. him.
dred thousand .hare., and what would or-
Dayton, October 16. C.mplete re
turns from Montgomery county give Al
len 382 majority, 41 Democratic gain;
Oorwln, Republican, for tenator, 125 ma
jority: Coler, Ropublican, for representa
tive, 100 msjorlty; Thompson, Democrat,
for ropresentatlvo, 35 mtjoritv. Corwin's
majority for senator in the district 510.
Democratic county ticket, exccntlne in-
flrmary director., elected, Colters, on
tbo Pooplo's ticket, mslorltv !l00. about
60 moro tban tho rest of the ticket. The
prohibition t'.ckct KG.
Cincinnati, October 15. Returns from
nine city wards, and nine precincts not in
at eight o'clock to-night. Several of
these wero not throuch rnmW at iht
hour. It is thoueht all of the m will tin
in by midnight. Tho results from what
are in whloh were sent at noon show
that about throo-fourth of full vote has
boon cast. The Democrats claim that the
wards to hoar from will Increase tholr ma
jority. They roly largoly on tho 3rd and
Columiius, October 16. 10.30 p. m
Official and reported returns frcm 40
counties have been received, which show
the following Democratic majorities in the
Dot) an co, 930;
Van Wert, 1;
Miurius, October 15. The printer'.
rolief committee ha. disbanded, and tho
Union re.olved into a bourd of relief,
and asested a tax on each momber. They
have recolved a dispatch from the Chica
go Union tendering $200 if needed.
There are several printer, down, but are
doing well. There i. an abundant .upply
ot nur.e. reported at the Howard Asso
ciation. This morning, during the Illness
ef Gen. W. J. Wright, of the 1 Regislor,,
Maj. Butler P. Anderson assumes the edi
Another lo,000 rations received to-day
ty order of Protidont Grant. It is un
at 1 09 J; No 2 $1 03; No 3 spring 07c
Lorn demand fair and market firm.
No 2 37c cath.
Oats dull and drooping. No 32c.
Uarley dull ond declined. No 2 fnll
Lard eteady (ijc.
Shoulders 7c packed, ilacon quiet and
Whltky steady at 02.
Louikvillk, October 15. Cotton quiet
and lowor, lowei to middling 10c.
Flour quiet and unchanged.
woeai quiet at l xo(n)l 40
Corn nuiot, sholld In tacks 0J,:.
Oats, 4 4 15c sacked.
Kye, in demand at 7880c.
II aj dull and unchanged.
Colfto, quiet at 2G27v.
ProvUions quiet, uieti pork huh at 15;
bacon shoulder. 8 Jo; clear ribtides Hjq
Lard In tierces
Whl.key quiot at 90c,
Cincinnati, Oct. 14. Cotton dull and
prices bavo declined.
Wheat quiet at $1 40.
Corn quiet and unchanged.
Rye quiet and unchanged.
Pork 114 50.
Hulk meats dull and declining.
Whisky steady 00.
orant remedies are only tinelul as iislllaiiiva ....
they do not reach the ca. c-t hSy do not stop MS"U,?C U'd "!"' re.,ulr
the decay. Tonic medicines strcnBilien thi , fpecla attention git en
Mfa forces and VumiuXxi ! furt'ln.?' "mm. brl.!.. ral
unu nil norK or u similar
Strain and can tllllnv li
A full a-Mirtmcnt ol Morris, Tanker
Philadelphia plpcand lilting. Ilrat
decay goes steadily on, and sooner or later
... l aiw uiuoiyieiu. uiiuatlucliangesare
omellmes good, but tb.-y tt-Mom wholly
cure. In short, the tlm thing to be done ti
: incii a iinvi lerestom.
tive. tonio and strength giving treatment
lunik a moment. '1 he lungs aro deraylng
MACHINE S II O
FOKOXH AN1 Pll'K FlTlIKO,
STEAn CN. IKM, nit.l.,NTi:A.tno
1 to llirbt ami hi
rnllrn'nf nrnl M
unci all work of u similar character.
nirsm ami gas tilling M u its branci
etc., unu si. fixtures nltvujs on hand.
PIPING OF HOl'SK FOR GAft
-.iiniuc-, uieiMaiiuiiii,caiiH'saiiU deiioic
"'tlon carries this poison all over the b('dy.
. V . ! ' .i'I'c'e. euervat Ion, n Kht
sweat., and all the terrible symptoms an.
car; It It worth while to doctor the 7m
lomi, which aro merely the rr.nli. ii.iL
II... ..,1,1..,. , ... - .
iiiesc two tilings are well known by the
1. Catholic acid positively arrests decay.
i mo most poweriiil aiitlxcpt c In the
83Oc; keg 8jr; prime It at once grapples with corruption, and
decay ceases. It ptrlllcs the sources of dls-
3. Cod Liver Oil Is nature's best assl-tant
n reslstlnx consumption. It Is at once a
...,. ionic, n puriuer, a ncaler. It braces
HAIlk A SI'IXIALTV.
Agent for Cameron's special steam nu
and boiler leeiler. Tho best maiiufsctur
Coil's patent yphon pumps, und Judtt
up and supplies the vital forces, feeds the ml ,olll
wasted system, and enables nature to retrain
her loothold. For these purposes nothing "
patent governor and gowrnor ule.
The lollowlng i-iikIiii-s, etc,, Tor sale :
I wo steamboat engines, 1S1 Inch hoi
ii'ier, mt leri sirokf, HtlO III .'Ooil on
Une teani!mat tlult and crank; Wiot li
One eiiKlne lor boUtlng Irtlght; 7.XI0.
One lOX'JO caw mill ..ii.li,u ,,1.
crank lor mulv or nam? .aw. i,f,,t,,i i,..
One new 7M2 engine; my own maim
Also, a srpnd-hand stae cuttlnir
chine and Jolimr, and warehouse bolt
machine, In ifood order.
r.ngirics anu machinery of all kinds hot
MxMruis, October 14. Iiusiness dull,
rnor uoonnme slowly tutln good boatl
oraer. Arriveu: uoiorado. at. l.ou
derstood that blankets and clothlnir will olh"r "I's'1 or doparturs.
bi.nif.nn. ..m. . St. Louis. Oct. Arrived. Carrl
"VMI I.V. I t . . i . . . . . .
l..nr Inhn... i. . . ij i .. uu " vr iBsus or iu weiiorn, reo-
Mayor Johnson I. reported doing well, kuk; Maggie, Illlnol. river. I)n.rted.
Babbago and John Kyle, New Orleans;
can compare with Cod Lher Oil. This the
' CARBOLATED COD LIVER OIL
hi .?.,. '""X, " the Inventor's circular,
any ' address" ,"a"tU' U1",n "PPl'catlon, to
v c cannot afford space to tell the whole
nor, ui KiKivruie numerous certlrl-
imin eminent plijHrlsn. and well-
.unu ciiixi-iiswMimnt; 10 the absolutely
r'HIRTi YEARS' RLW
Dlarrhora, Dyxnlrrr, Cholera Marfcas. Si
roer I'sinplalot, Flux, Children'! Tola.
lu anS ID fJreat I'rrTrallrt f
MAGUII.E'3 BZNNE PLANT
Tll iirwll.a.r. siiH., U hm f lUk 1$
lit tttlitf, tr u Uit(
.ms is is nuaisxj.
"omicriui reMilts llowlnu from this irr.-.. f.,..4V.u.urtT, s. iT"-i;:,r.r?i,.i?t.li?
ng uiscov. ry. bufflec It to my it Is curliiK thou. S!i"ru.".":" V. '"ui "- " ni.w:
No .Wtl,'- .,Ul',,0'0,l themselves to be at u.T.T.Wiy usu.' ZLSlU.ViSS.:
death s door. ..ti... t,.,h.i ,M.i,, '.Si
-viui ru . . . ...... MII.IN
tsilBEVii-OBT, October 16. Telrcrams
roport all well. The following are tbe
interraont. to-day: K. W. White, agod
42 year.; George Ward, 47; Henry An
drowt, 24; John Monk, 64; Mr.. W. H.
Cathey, 40; Mi.. Cat her, 14; Ooorco
Cathey, 22; Mr.. M. E. Noman, 19; H.
V. Black, ago not known; Nancy Robin
ton, 27; Mry Klrkoatrlck. 40: UoorDa
Wett, 40; R. H. Harrington, one month;
Lucinda Parks, 13.
.tationary, clear and warm.
PmsnuRO, October 16. River un-
changed with scant 2 feet in tho channel.
Nw Orleans, October 16. No ar
rival. Departures: Rolle Lee, Chicot
City. Weather clear and pleasant.
THE CITY NATIONAL
B A. N"TC
r m - . a . .
Aue net uomourallc gain In tho 4G
counties is 10,061. This gain carried
throughout tho state would elect Allen by
over 4,000. In Noble county there Is ro-
portod a majority of 25 for Allen, a Dem
ocratic gain of 180. The Democrats
olalm tbo legislature in both
hich the Republicans are disposed to
concede, although the result, in Hamilton
county on the legislature ha. not yot been
uoiinituiy settled, and may change the po
uulumiius, uctobor 14. In tils cltv
Noyos has 2,428 and Allen 3.428. Allen's
majority lie. Not onoueb towns in for
calculations on county indications.
ULEvKLAND, October 14,-In this
county the Republican electod three rop-
reseiiianves anu me democrats two.Feh.i.
both and IJabcok, Republican canddatet,
un INSURANCE sunt.
Richmond, Va.. October lfi.In ih.
circuit court yettorday, the cate of Han
cock vs. New York Life Intursnce com-
pany wat decided aealn.t the couiDanv.
and a verdict rendered for 1,371. TI1I1
1 a cato of general interett in thn ami (Vi
and alto to inturance oflicei, at it solves
the quettion of the liability of reimbun-
ng insuranso compainiet for the .m,,.i
of pretniur paid before the war on policies
which lapsed during the war. If Icsnr.
ance companlet refused tbe application for
renewal after the close of tbe war Th.
verdict wa. for premium, psld and the In
terett thereon. The company', agent,
declined to recelre premiums from plaia
tiff, because they were unable to commu.
nlcate with the home office.
UN k AST.
London, October 16. Unfavorable ru
mor. from America are afloat in stock ex
change. It I. roported that the failure,
of several broker., caused by the decline
in tbe Erie stocks, will be announced in
the stock exchange to-morrow.
One hundred and fifty-flre pound, in
bullion were .hipped from Liverpool to
Nw York to-day.
THE POPE AND XUrEROR WILLIAM.
Bbblin, October 15. The corretpond-
enco between tbe Pope and Emperor Wil
liam I. officially publi.hed. The Popo
write, on August the 7th that the meas
ure. of hi. majesty', government aim at
the de.tructlon of Catholicism. He it un
able to ditcorer the reaton for such tover
ity. Heing informal and believing that
tbe empire i. aver.e to increato or con
tinue the h.r.h policy, he point, out that
tho.e mea.ure. are injuriou. to tbe Chris
tlan religion, and only tend to under
mine the throne.
HE SrXAES FIRMLY
a. to hi. truthfulness to all and as to his
duty, and as all the baptlxod, whoarenon
Catholic, belong, in a certain tente, to
him, he cheiltbe. the conviction that the
emperor will adopt such measuro., and
conclude, by praying God to bo morclful
to the emperor himself. The German om
poror replies September 30, rejoicing at the
opportunity to correct the error relatiLg
to German affair.. The popo wa. imper-
rectly inrormed. II wa. aware that tho
government could not act against
tbe approval of it. .overoien. the
Emporor. Ho deeply regret, that a por
tlon of hi. Catholic tuojocts and priests
nave organizea a party which it engaged
in intrigue against the state, disturbing
religious peace to tbe extent of an open
revolt against existing law.. He point.
10 inaicaiion. or similar movements in
otuer part, of Luropo and America, and
declare, be will maintain ordor and law
.0 long as God enable, him to do .0, even
against servant. of a church
WDIcU he .uppoied acknow
ledged obedience to .orao authority. It It
commandment of God. Thi. doctrine
of obedience, however, ho regret, to tee
.0 many priost. in Prussia dltoboy. He
hopes that now the popo ha. been in
formed of tbe truth and be will use his
authority to dotermine .gainst that which
be declare, before God has no eonnectloa
with religion or truth. He objects to the
pope's remark, about non-Catholln., and
in conclusion he .ay. a difference of belief
noma not provont our living in peace
St. Louts, October 15 Ilei.m H..11 .
60$l 10 for undressed; tl 601 66 for
Flour quiet: superfine S3 Tstat ik.
tra $4 60(2.1 00; XX 16 606 00; XXX
$6 6007 00: family 7 258 00.
wnsei stirring and brisk ; No 8 red
fall tl 18A1 84: No 2 at aJim
spring 09!. '
Corn steady j No 3 mixed 43 44c on
spot; 48o in November
W. r. HALLIUAT, Prsaldtat.
HiKRT L. HALLIUAT, Vll'roildsi
A. B.tUrrORD, Oaihl.r j
WALTER HTHLOP, Allium C.hlr-
tumuuieu as 10 be entirely karralcM. with
Swkxt Norwegian Cod Livxr Oil
r rom the celebrated fl-herlcs at Aalcsund
(Norway), iiroiiotiiu.rii l.v nhr.1,.1... ....
uciivdic, ciucicni coiiivcroll In the
It Is easily taken, tolerated by tho weakest
stomachs, dlge.ts readily, necr becomes
, . 1 ' r, " alnl.'i entirny Irce from the
llHUa (II3L'1..CJ it rl,.r.n,ri.,l.. -T ....
,, ,, o iu.,avKiin,Ki Ul CiMi
For every u.e pi cod llv-r oil Mr. Wlllnon.
diM-ovcry is of the greatest value.
1 11 ... "'V.'rn1 au,nl Ittrntlon of
j... ..unu u u jir. n 1111.011 mt lou or com
bluing it w ith cod liver oil Is absolutely nee-
OARBOLATKD COD LIVER OIL
1. a tpcclflc and radical cure for
AND SCROFULOUi DISEASK4.
Remember the nnme, "WIllsouV Carbo-
u viu i.iver uii. 11 comes In large
irr t ""i'vv i'fcut' uuannir wic invoil-
bvi iKUMiiire. ana ! mnui iiv ti i.,.,. itn...
giUS. ' ' ".u.uB.
Prepared by J. II. WIIUon.M John St., N. T
sold nv all DituanisTs.
RiCHAKMONi Co., St. Louit, 1 Wbolotale
ti it 1 """".Chicago. Agents.
. uiii, it ml., artlclM I m.liil.,i;
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li I -OO L) WILL
IS. . Lir wi.k,. utanii iiuu.iii. mi iumi
Baaai L. Halusav ,
Qae. D. Wituimeoa,
Rossst H. OcaiiMRia,
W. P. Uauibat,
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
ome-.iOomnirclslaTBos. no tlslrs
stKesasuaa-t), Oetta sua si Vssltesi Btsttsta
EWatsU Bsttassts asatl !.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
U. W. Miller, President.
J. M, Pun Lira, Vice-President.
C'RAt'. Cunninoham, Cashier.
GENERA!. COMMISSION .MKItOHANTS
No. 78 Onio Levis, Cairo, Ills.
GOLLKOTIONS PBOMPTLY MADE.
CITr NATIONAL BANK BUIEUIsJO.
fc8pelal attention nM in
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iainuw, nignt or nay.
TjIXOHANaK, Mia. baak aeUs sad
Au ataiM eeooritiM bonaht ass sole.
'alwttl AllawsX oss lime DpaU.
CuaetertMi Xarrsi si, lust).
OITT NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. SAKFOUD, President;
S. H. TAYLOB. Vice-President;
U. UYULOP, flecreury and Treasurei
m' S SetA1' OaAs. QAusaaa.
fc. U. Oossi.saia, a. J". Haixibai,
INTEREST paid, on deposits at the rate el six
psreent. psr aaansa, itareh island Bspl.m
5fd?l JSV?1"0 withdrawn Is addentnlSr
2 !,jr.i lh Pnaelpal of th. deposito, Iberebv
giving thsm eompound laMrsit. """or
HARMED WOMB AND OHILBEBW at AT
te tsiav so oss sua oi rui it.
. J'jyP boa'nsss day from s .. to
WIIITK 4 CO.,
(Successors to L. .Iorgen.cn,)
Staple and Fancy Gkockkieb
HATS, OA PS,
BOOTS, SHOKS, 4c
And In Country rroducc of all kinds.
Corner or Twentieth ttrf et,
CiT"A Sllimlvof choice lniltiir frmii nnril.
era ilalrlis coimta-tly on hand.
WARD & ROBERTS.
Obalees in Window Shades,
Wall Papeb, Pore White
Lead, Linseed Oil
SriBiTS Turpentine, Glue
SnBLLAc, ALcogoL, Etc., Etc.
Wuhlngton avsnue and eleventh street,
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
OOkRlR 32D-JTR.MT AMD OHIO
JT. P. QAMBLB
NKW YORK STOaUU,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
LAMEST YABIBTT .TOO! XV TBI OITT
OOODS BOLD VEST CLOSE.
Cornier ef BtaaUMth strstl svstsl Con
C. O. PAT1JCM
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v. aiuciss, n, r.
MkntA tr lu
Bead rnr circular to J,
soracr or OIIts and Btpena sts. Laais, at a '
VANILLA. LEMON, ETC.,
for Flavoring Ice Crean, Cakes sV Put j
With crcnt care, by a new process,
lit met from tho true, select Fruitt 1 1
Aromntlcs. each characteristic flavor, i
produce Flavoring of rare txeellet
Of great ttrength and ptrfeet pun
Aopoionout otls. Every flavor an
reienua. no aeeetieaen Dome j
meature, holding one-half mors th
other purporting to hold same quantt
Use them onee, uill vse no other. '
most delieate, delicious flavor ever ma
Bo superior to tho cheap extracts. J !
for Dr. Price's Bncclul Kluvnrlntrs. 11
ufacturcd only by
STEELE 4 FM0E.
Depots, CHICAGO and ST. LOl
Manufacturer of Dr. Price' Crtai
BBAIi EtJTATB As3BBOt.
C. WINSTON A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGE1TII
7. (hbookd elooe) ohio ibtbe,
But abd Sill Rial Estati,
PfJRNIBH ABSTRACTS OF TIT.
vats lower to sen and tinteUltd; buy.
tad row Oraverenoe ef Blest!
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