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TI1K CAIKU DAILY BUL.LK I'l.N, TUK3UAY, 0CT013FK 21, 1873.
ruUNU.OBKHlY."ic.llt..r and FublLher
nr TI1K DAILi I'ULLKTIH :
itn weak, lr carrier
Oiejrtr carrier, in advance.
, 10 00
tJn. rer by carrier U not PW In
line month, by mall
Three month,. .
THUtor WF.EkKY BtJKKtTIN.
one car . .
Invatiably In advance.
Brssdlssg tanttrr on tvrrj in(f-
Tnt county canvass for ollicors bid fair
to become lively In fow days. Tho ran
dldacy of Wilson and Fisher will stir up
the bo j.
Tu Peoria 'Democrat' believe noscrl
out objection will bo urged 6&lnt tho
proposition to oroct Cook county Into the
late of Chicago.
Jo CosnUR.v, tho pugilist, has retired
from the flitleuir business, but ho lias not
rjformed. He has doconded in tho scale,
and has actual becomo n Radical polltl-tlan.
Tub St. Louis brilge has beon reported
by the boird of one.lncers to be a serious
obitructlon of the Mississippi rlvor, and a
canal at tho etitorn end l recatninnnded
ai a remedy.
Title Cairo GasiHt' is "n Mrs. Taylor
paper. If Mn. Brown had been before
Mr. T. in announcement, this ' Ga7.Ue '
-U 1irn,onn for Mr. U. Moso end
we always see a subject in tho lame light. :
Tits Missouri 'Republican' rap. Mr.
Bret Harte dollcatoly on the knuckles,
and intimate that ho it ri falluro as a lee
turer. The writer nnd would-bo lecturer
Is described as a Spanish-looking exquis
ite, in full dress costume, with spoiler
linen and di mond sludf.
We nave rwceivod the ilrnt numbur of
tho Murpbysboro 'Independent,' a paper
oublishod In the interest of tho anti-Re
publican people of .Hckson county. U is
a sheet of gooJ proportion?, containing
. . 1 ... I -..J ....litt.-at (Mat.
much interesting iocm u ,
ter. Disbon &Urear aro the publishers,
to whom we wish success.
It is laid, the representative of Iron
county In the Misfouri legislature will
resign, and IJ. GraU Brown become a enn
didate for tho vacancy. Tho purpose of
the ex-candidato for vice-president Is to
tep from tho legislature into tho Unit'-d
States sooate acd occupy the sent now
filled by Carl Scbut..
that in our estimation It was a weak at
tack upon tho Christian religion. It was
shockingly racy in sonm of Its passage',
but was neither all able nrfiiiinont nor a
Mr presentation of thecharactor of .tonus.
Its striking fenliiro was nnllco, but not
tlnit ihhIIoo wh'uh under tin) irarb of fulr-
no.'s Is unfair! It was malice brutal nnd
Tho lecturer asserted that .louts was a
rollglotll fanatic, lllled with the bullet that
ho was thn son of (I ml ; that ho was an
egotist and flung around him promise to
thoio 't ho tickled his vanity by praise and
threatened with damnation all who with
out question did not acknowledge his di
vine mission, 'iho people who listened
to Mr. DontoU muit have been impressed
with that tfetitleman's ell'ift to
deniet Jjsus.a a mean, cold-heartail
sanguhiary egotistical religious fanatic
po nested of no good characteristics. We
do not know much about .leU', but wo do
know enough to bo sure that bo was meek
and lowly, that the le'son of his lifts was
good ; that all his precepts taught charity,
love, Joy. p'!ace, long.sulloring.guntlcnee
meekness, temperaim-, and that the world
has beon made better by bis earthly pll
grlmage. He was not nobody who has
anr mind can la inalo t j balliv hovy.ii
tho selfish mid very bad ran Denton pic
There was ono romnrkablo portion of
Denton's lecture that relating to the
crucifixion. Denton, who sooms to know
all about it, says tliit Jasus nfier hanging
on the ero's from thre" to six h nirs, was
taken down by .linoph and
pUcod, while H nllv but un
conscious by ma'uii of his sulferings,
in that centloman's tomb, which wa
cloo to his house, probably In his garden ;
that .Icus rtvlved si f Kir awhllo ami inado
a loud nol'o at tho door of lh tomb: that
Joseph, who was prnWdy walking In the
ardt n. heard ths noiie. rolhd away the
slono from tho door 01 tnu s-upir.cner,
futind .Ifitii nlive, drcifod him in his gu-
denor's clothes and took him into his
house and hid him ; that when M ry rim
to tho tomb on thn third day, .leiu ?iw
her frnm th window of till) house, alld
walked out to her and called her by nnmo
that Marv tolJ tlio dilciples .leSits had
risen Iroln tho dead; that .lesus, kceplnp
up the dnception, appeared to his disciples
in a private room ; that he
wtnt bud; to Josephs home, was
taknn with a fever, died and was buried
in .losenh's L'ardeu fecretlv. Denton is
one of thoio men who profe to bo reason
able, and yet, after MVitig ,luu hung for
from three to ix hours on si cross with
nails drivoli sheer through his fact, would
mako us l.o'iuve .losus revived, walked
about Joseph's garden, and at night tlmo
visited a secret room in .lerunlem and
met his diciplcs, to wlioni lie liid and upon
whoso credulity be impoe I ' Confound
such shttV 1 1 i enough to digu.t a
Itig day when the draUs came to be pre
sented to l.ondonv house, on delay
the laltet drufl by Mr. Harlow, it turned
out tho letter "of credit was issued
in tho nntiiis of an American lady, and
that tho naino and signature had been
replaced by that of John llirlow. rfove
tal of tho flrtt banking houses on the
continent liavo l oeti defrauded of large
amounts In thla way, hu name in whose
favor thus.)! letters ot credit worn isueu
having been defacod bodily and lbs signa
ture so a not to leavo tho slightest trare,
and tho names of the party inertd wlio
presents the credit, and who airemiy ex
hibit this proposal of proper prior id
identity if demanded
Mif.Ln, Tin: iiKrvtrt.rKi!.
Frederick It. Shnrwln, oti ol tho su
rest, d bankers of Charles II l'helps, t
taultllig fishier in the stale treasury de
partment, had not given bail up to "OoD
tc-diy. II" was at hi othVe to-lay In
obargeof two deputy (heritl', walling for
),; friti.is to rortiishthr r)'iuiit" amount
It appears that Sherwln only rents the
roriiitorii in inn 01 ico no omi mit, n, tun.
sIimiitIi tlie.-o aro several altaehnienH
aglnt him In the hands of tho shrlll'
iln tirntiertv cannot bo si7d. I'lielps
method of proroe.luro was similar to that
of i'.odmati, in Brooklyn, 'lie money
rnmittmi he rniintv tr-itiu rors Imvlng
been prx'keted instead of deposited to the
state s credit.
II RAW STORM.
A storm, nceompanled by heavy rain
lias nrnvit lied hero for tho lst twonty-
rn,ir linr. Tho on V disaster tlms lar
reported occurring In tun tieimiooriiooM i
that of tho tow or canal noun on wie
Hudson river, but tlio bis of life nnd
boits U said not to bo so great as the early
dispatches indicate. The W estnrn I nlon
wires east were pretty generally damau'ed,
but the necessary report were made dur-
InL'tliPiUv. Thn bridge at ien.m-e
tho Lehigh & .Siisnue!imr;i railroad was
swept kwmv this morninp. A dispatch
from llaltitnoro announces the d.triKtlnn
thero bv thn storm of the treat tabrnaele
tent, in which rellL'ious services hn b"n
hi.1,1 In inveral r t es r llm ciunirv irir
Till': 01M) l'KliI.OV,s..iAiLi1i i.m..
()!' TllK (J ISAM) I.UIHil..
NAMIVK.I.K, TonlieS!"0, O-lobcr 'JO.
The crnnd encampment of O ld-Fd')w
mot hero to-dny. 'I'heru Is n very in i at
ten dance. Tho grand lodge of I ' l'
will asseuiblu in this city on uu"eij
Depaited- Maty Mice, New Organs;
Clinton. ReoUik and City of Chester,
.Memphis; Dictator, Calio. Klver station-
ll.'..ullii,p Mntif mill cool.
f.oittavtl.t,r, October W. Uiver bus
risen mm Inch In past -1 hours, marks
showing 20 inches In canal; 20 in) lies on
Portland bar. Weather cold and clear,
with a still' bree.e lroln tho north. Ar
rived: Oun. Buell, Cincinnati; Sandy,
Trov Departed: Oen. Buell, Cincinnati;
Laura L. D.ivls, Henderson; Sn.dy, Troy.
HN; INK UltS.
KMJINKI.I: OK KIRK Di:r.HTIKS r-.
it .l.llMOhf, Oetoler UO. 'Ibe natulial
convention of chief engineers of the tiro
d partmeiits organlz-d to-day by electing
Chief John Damrell, of Boston, tempo
rary chairman. Commltto s on creden
tial and permanent organization wero
apprlnted, and reces taken. About fifty
deleifnte arc prewi'.
ntOM TOl'lOK A.
a xiounuii rir.ii Mi'itDiiit.
TofaK, Kansas, Oc'.olor 20 The
moil de-liuctive lire that ever vi-it'-d To
peka, occurred last nluht. The Common
wealth block, occupiitl by the 'Common,
wealth' neuppcr, tho Kansas 'Baglo'
and li'iiisas '.Monitor' prinltni: estahlisli-m-'nts,
Coo Crane's hiiok-bindury nr.d
Warner'') hardware storo was immeil.
Tolal lo umaled at iloO.OW ; insured
for about .!),0' 0 . Tim publliMtion of the
'CoiiiMiiiiiiilth' will not I"- interrupt') I
mi.i s o.
A iiii irntl l Iw.in .lonn llnll strl rav
inr thn pnt two vnar under the direction rj,., i, tl, members ol thn 0th cav.ilry
Ml ,,ri llav on rii'ii m-i. n m.-.
(I,., l.iilmg "of Citllen by Hays. I
of tlio National Camp .Mi cling As-oela
sroKVs Till t.
Ttriek Loi?an. court ntlb-er, nt Hi') lirt
tnttlfW to u conversations ho bad
with Hart and Itedmnt'd, liotnl servant, i
and witness for the prosecution wbl'e
ennvpvini: them from thn court room tn
thn notlool lieientinn, sui ine.v ii"""""1
him thev expeeled f I "Oil oicli lor ineir
troilble.'and Bedninnd told him lh'-y wer
furnished copies ol tnear teHimonP w
eommit to ummory. Harl nnd Bedmnnd,
tlio witness said, were callea lino a nuni
oer of liquor saloon on the way from thn
court room to tho house of detention.
- - - -
THE OliD WOULD.
TIIK. DIS.iAKi: AT M KM I'll IS
HA PI PLY A HAT I NC
Ties Carbondalo 'Observer' dclnres
that "Oborly feels disposed to court the
'goodwill of tho grangers, preparatory, no
doubt, to becoming one or the 'leaning
ii.,m... i i of K-viit' Wo warn tho
' tho farmors to watch him. I f ilu-y do not,
they will wako up soma o' these tlno
mornings and find the OV-'ir.v '''"-
- to their reserved clovor patch I
"Twould be just like John. ' Wo have
been acquainted for several yeat with tlie
gentleman at whom Mr. Luce has lircd tho
above missel, and wo are sum tho implica
tion It conveys Is unjust. Mr. O. hs not
hair enough "to bold hay seed, although he
has from his youth up been duveted to tin
interests of the farming community. He
was the first farmer who rosorted to tho ex
pedient of sotting his farm on end, 'in
stead of laying it Hat on tho earth) and
cultivating both sides of it. Tho extor
tion of the railroads drove bint to this,
and to his great surprise it workod oxceod
It KSTO RATION OF TIIK .MO.V
AIUMIY IN IT.ANCK A CMS
TIIK .IKSI'ITS .Mm' ;imt
TIIK WAIt IN SI' A IX A lior
Mkmhii-s October). The strsn! ure
cromled with vehicles, and the
sidowulki thronjml with pedes
trim', mid there is more nciiv
ity in business than for muiy months past,
lint disi't-o i rapidly yielding to cold
wcslher. At night the mortuary as 20
from yellow fevi r and 0 from other
cause. Total 'JO
i n.UMr.l iui
Nr.w Oki "an", Oj'ob-r -D A 'I'iuy
utie, special report four death from yel
low fever in Columbus, Tex a At B'Vtti
the Hon. Win M. Brewell,-r,.t try ot the
chamber of commerce, h'isiitio Chicago
to represent the chaiul" at it m e'l i of
the national board of VrH".
KUOM LKXIMJ -U-N".
! OlllfAiio, October 'JO. Flour quiet nnd
1 utiehanged; extra pring $6(3,0 60. t
Wheat, demand acllvo and price inl
lit? 1 vanced at npening; cloel stead v advances
i No2iprlng il 0.l ' 'isb; 51 MtGv
I 104 i sfllor Nov ; rm ;tfm.r,i,5l :.o.
I Corn, demand acllvo and prlee ad
vanced at opening; closed with ndvancel
Iot; No'.', mixed 3S'' ; N.'Jffl.T'j 'idler
Nov; H'iJ Nov
O.its, sleadv, No 2 'Mi' cash; li'Je nl
icr. Rye steady, No '! iWf.i ITic.
Barley drill indl.iir and prlies ,lvanc
ed, No a fall 41 "2(1 .t; No 2 spring
$1 oiOTl o:i.
Provisions, demand f lirsnd marliet llrm
shado hlghnr; men pxrk ti t old, f 12 new
mo', SWJ seller Nov., Sl'Jj seller Jami
arv: lard linn T'ffic cash. 7V dmv bulk
meats stonily, liort" rib middle t;fj7c
snot: clear middle 7!f,o7i; summer our-i
shoulders .c loeae; bncon quiet unit Mil
Sr. Loin. O.-ti.ber 20. Ilfinp dull and
Fb ur dull and weil:.
Whiat sorlni: dull: No 2 ofiercd at
?1 01; $ bid; lull llrm for 1)0 ter quali
ties; 0 il nominal and saleable at H
but Held hb'er; No 21 ol 0ft.
Corn higher; No i mixwl nib-red nt
l8ic cnh. 12;-bid : rnr bt in i l-vator
OaN dull. Inner and unsettled; No '
mixed Si.: on spot off r tl ; a t O. t. b. r
Itsrley dull and unehangnl.
Hvo tiucliaiigisd ; No 2 IW' 70c.
I'ork lowo.- at Mdf IJ.
Dry salt meats dull; clear rll
clear side 7Jfif
Lard dull; Mined ?.
Whisky lower at!0f.
NK.'.v Oi:i.kas, October 2o Flour In
good local demand; N- fi !'0; XXX
7 25(."(j8 60 i inmlly $t'S0 7-'t.
Corn quiet; white nnd white inivd 80c.
Out 57(0 (10c.
I'.,rk inesi oll'iring nt H M with no
j Whiskv dull and lower: Loiiinana Hjc;
j Cincinnati SI 02.
New Yo K. O.MolHsr JO.- Monny oiy
: a- 7 to 8c irold on tirsiela collaler!". Mis
eellHiieom collateral have chance a frse
i tlon in premium. C.reetibucks l( pr
'ilium. I'.eceipt of current y largely in
' naliotiHl bntiU notes and stronger in tank
j gsnerallv. Oold ranted at and
closed at Hi. Tho day had been quiet nnd
s-PBily until near the cloe, when prices
miller a i'ahkkh,
r"OKWAUD:HO M KKUli AN'J'H,
PKAl.KKS IN KI.OUH, CORN
Oats, Hrty, otc,
OBNTS roK FA I KHAN K'H HO A LKH
ilhlo I.evoe. 0AIKO. II.LINOIH.
riAM W lis B ON,
It. 0. l'ACE A CO.,
11 11 0 0 K M '. a
p it 1 1 V I H I C N H T 0.
.itn l,iv llAian, tl.t,
FI.OUK AND COUNTRY IMIODUCK
"hkmiK iTuown'.v CO.,
Ii AO -M A N U KA UTU It Ii US
Auents Home Cotton Mii.i..
ND. "O I Hiln l.cvee, ) alro,
S.TJ "Ml rSHHef-jt.
WAiJ .MANl'FAt 'I 0 It V
For Sale at Wliolcbulc or llctnil.
OOK.NEK :t'Jl KTIIEET AND 01UO l.t El
J !. SJA.Klll.K
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
Til K HKFAI'liTINC. CASHI Kit OF
TIIK ri'J'ATK TRKASI'KY.
MOW T 1 1 K aT A r H 1" U N D S W K UK
UEPORTKD UKAYY FAll.l'HKS
TIIKSTOKKS TUIAI STII.I. CO
IN C ON.
THE KKsCLT IN OHIO.
All that we know about tho election In
Ohio is, that "Old nill Allen'' ha
linen elected uoveriior and that
Tburman bai undo hW cslluii
and election Is the 'uU-i State
nato sure. Wu doubt that thn olfuial
figures will show mi itictoasa in this Dem
ocratic vote. It Is probablo tlio victory
of tho Allen-Thurman combin.itiou was
more tha result of Itopubllran apathy than
Hut tho fxt remains, no nutter what
the explanation of its oxistonce maybe,
that the Democratic party, In one, of the
great states of tho Union, hits aain suc
ceeded at tho poll). What svill bo tho
result of this victory'' W Iihv Imt lit
tle doubt that one result will l to carry
tho Democratic organisation oneo moru
intact into a presidential canvas, with
Senator Thurmati as tba candidal1) for the
presidency. "Will bis candidary bo sue
cessful? At this distance from the con
flict who can toll 7 There will enter into
IIKAYY STOH.M A I!A1 LIMA D
lilt I IjG K SWKl'T AWAY.
F HAN UK.
1'iKl, Hctobcr 20. Arlicl" in the
.Journal Dos Hit today repaid thu
restoration f royally a a r.Tlainty.
lto.MS, (K-tobor 20, Tlio iiiiernl of tlio
oolot of Jesuit ti to-day ollleially no
.itled 'by thtt pcoveriimen t that the order
must immediately vacate the premise oc-
ctipinl by them in this city.
MAl)Ulii,Ojtoner20. An lntrut:si):eiito
squadron from Corlaeim arrived oil' tho
harhor of Valeticia"yopterdy, gnd was
( l.o-r.l.V WATCHED
by sovrrul Hrilish, Frun di mid Italian
meli-ot-war. C uilrerii", comniallditi'i tho
qiiBdron, "til a '"at out to ask them
ashore, with thn di-iiiand for inotiev and
provisions. Ho declares ho wUhcil to
savn ttiK bom'iard'nmit and appeals to tho
supportei ot cantonal inuupeimvm, m
Valencia to sen inai n uuioniiu i- .
corded. The authorities of the city, how
ever, promptly refii'iid to comply, ami are
ai. iirKi.v ntr.i'stttsi! l'on hkkkm-k.
Troop nro t;oin forward from the capi
tal to reinlorci! the cat rUon. I iisurenlg
thrcatoti to rink tt.o SpnnUli gunboat I.er
hauto. which is now lyim; in tho litrbor
of Valencia. Thoy have already taki'ti
three .Spanish merchant vo'.sol'.
TIIK UDltSF. l'.F.KKDKi.'S A SO-ClATION.
THK HACKS (JIJKSTJ ON OF
POO- fc'KLJilNU D.S-(M-SKD.
Lkxihi.TjK, OHober 20. Thore is now
an imiiiuiise crowu at tho Fbd'iiU hotel in
thiii city and tho pool sellers are sur
rounded bv lure,') crowds of purchatnrs
who aiu viMtoi from all pans of tho Uii
ion who havu como to bo present nt tho
rsocs which nro to come oil' thi wick un
der tho iiuspii'pa of tholventiu kv Trottinn
liurso lireoduns n-soeiatioii. Tnu subject
of sellilif; pool on tho truck was this s en
inj;, by special icquest, brought formally
lel'jru the asioeiation lor discussion, and it
urn. divided that il idiould bn allowed.
: till ANDKST SOH K KYKK KNOWN ij
' GRAND GIFT CONCERT
ror. tiik iikm',111 or rm:
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
1-J,()00 CASH CUTS rjl,. 100,0110.
HVKHV FIFTH I'lCIiiri' DltAW? A GIFT
SSCiO.OOO j-'OIl ono
Ti... i.-,, mill r : r-i n.l i:ifi Ccmeert author-
Ixed I. nieelal act of the l.i'Kl'Mturc lorine
CHAHl.LSTON CLAKIUAis ACAD
Till i a elmol Inr both se.M -. Kail
slon lie-an epli'inbpr t'oore of study
uinbraeii litis lent and iiimleni lansiinnc.
mathcmatle-. suds i:ee. LnJi-li llti rattliu.
minic. wax work, paint ti(f, drawing, etc.
Hoard onlv J:l ." per week
Tor cataloaue- couUilninjr lull 'H tieillnl.
addle .1. 1'. IIItANNOCK. I'lineipil.
Ktderpiicps Dr. C. W . Iiiimiiiii; and John
Antrim, l airo, llhnoii-. 10 1-lt
(Open Day and NIrIiI.)
J. K. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio l.esee, bet, 4th and Cth streets,
MKALS AT ALL HOl'HS.
A line new Dlnlnif Hall with every con
ft nit nee ha been added to this popular
ite.tatiraiit. anil the KUests will lino every
eqiilslte lor their accomodation.
TDK HILL OF FAKK
:onsltsol tsery substantial and delicacy ol
is iipllcd with the
jST.MIxed drinks prepared wltii car,
F. M. STOCK KLKTH,
Heetllier snd Wholessle Dealer in
i isttDKJ.x .xa inmr.ss ir
LIQUOKsS AND WhMCS
M)i. 01! auto t.r.vr.E,
f OUUO. IM.ISOU
HUIUMAN .V KHORT
"IICCC))! to II. HIaI')'.
AMI UKAt.KIf IN
i-vritr l'r...iiii : ol- At.t
mm. Or.t st..ii li iimlmititi'dlv been taken i i 1 1 f 1 1 1 nt t Ik
ult in a uiil taku nlace In the Public l.ltirjry Hall
at I.iiuNnIIio, K.
. ... . . .. . . I ... .1... A . . :l,,t, I i ....
Kreat oetielll noi oiny w nw mpwiuuini
but to tho wholo country. J no races nni
I . 1 it 'IM.j. trims.' Is. iiiiU. i tl n
anticipaiml and will "ertamly bo roilizod ,.;urI(t.(1Il ma,k-et. llui lrahi' only i'.O.isW
lor c.ilo ill the I'liited .Mate-, where Ido.noo
WIUTK . CO.,
'Miei cssot to I.. Joriii'iisco.)
S'l'A I'LK AN d I-'ancy C! HOCK!! I KB
HOOTS S1IOF.S, s'-c.
And In Country l'rodiice of all kind-.
w.vsiii.NSs'isi.N a vi:. ri:
Corner ol TwentU th tr et,
SjTA supply of choir" butter limn norlh
em d.ilrb ''Qiista, tlv n li'ind.
V'alilililon A hup, t
Hetwui Klghth and Ninth "reef
IIjsIiii; purchased the ,ntire stock of II.
l!lliy ami added to II ery iiuterully,
a-k a hare ol public patronage.
We will keep on hand nothluj,' but the hesl
...-.i. -,-.1 ...in. ..II ui :i rlii.c inarLdu.
.,.,-,.,... -I,, ,1,. eltv
lUlltUVI.AR.TIU-. illOMI llMKCTIVI.!.
Sew Yosk. October 'Jo Complaints
hav been lodged with the police commie-
nonet' h'jullisi certain iicilcuvb iiuinof
lor their action in coniactiou wltu tlie
arrest of OeorKo McDonald, tha Hank. of
Lnland turner, ciiurj;iii(; jjoiieruiiy tuai
tlio otlleers had been guilty of Irregulari
ty and maltea'-aiiCH m the courso pursued
t'y thu detectives in connection with that
arrest, which was at tho limn tho subject
of unfa orablo comiiiuul. James Irving
and Phillip Farley worn rcspuiislblo lor
MacDoiutld on thn criminal charge ot
surgery. Deputy ihurill Judion .larvis
loi tlio Siji.uiu ami iittaehment ol
all tho property that might bo tound in
MacDoaald s posossion, but tlio deti.rtives
did not aid llm deputy sl.enll' Imt it was
aliened procured their detention onquar-
alilini', while they wunt on tho '1 kurulijia
and iiiulo tho ai rest. Y lien -Mr. .lams
and bis aitistatits were allowed to board
the steamship and open their writs of at
l"hiiient. Thoy wete disappointed to II ml
a vory small portion or thu proceeds
ii forgeries Not a bond was found.
IUIKA DKU I-TUAfi KI) Y IN LAW
I ! KN C V. COUNTY, I X I J A N A .
OTUKH CIUMlNAIi .M ATT:!I!J.
.. . . . . i .. i.. '. oi inn lurturies
mat CODHici so ...ai.j .jur l" "" Tl,n l.wvnra ssrnrts sornristd l thu r.-sult
ol thu search, una as limy
hud information thai tho greater
financed by events not yt Irani.
pired, that no one can fureeait
with certainty the result; bum must bo
apparent to all on-lookers at political
events, that tha signs of the tiises point to
the success of tho opposition in the ne.tl
presidential canvass. If tho Democratic
leader who have been wiso in the Ohio
and Iowa canvastos and have walked aside
from the old and beaten paths, do not, as
we regiet to say wo ferr thoy will, mate
fools of themselves if they will not de
foat the deslro of old-tlmo iMtiiocut
and old-time Republicans to con
solidate in a political organiza
tion founded upon sound political prlnr
ples, the new party, or the ruvived Demo
cracy, called by whatevero name miy bo
iron to it, will gloriously win tho buttle ;
but, wss have said, wo fear th' foolish
net of the Democratic leaders, who mil
be uncourajred to plabcadednest by tbe
Ohio victory, and in all probabiMy will
kick the fat into tbe fire.
What ss Jesus'' Did lie rito from
tbe dead ?" " t ubjecl ot the Run- j0Wi j,rP,Bnti'd
so of I'ro'. i;cnion, wao me icauini; rrn
roursn of inli lei li
day night discourse
to t.i n of llm piocecs ot the
loriteriui, I'jO'I.OOo in quid, was in .MeDuti
aid's pos.csiioti. After hearini: the cir
cumstatice or llm deputy sherill, thoy di
rei'ted him to stti) ihi attacbnu'iit upon
tho delecllsi) ellli ernia'iied, aiu) also upon
l'biof-of-I'olico James Ktilso. Tlio paper
in tin) casn will ho made l,eforn tho crnnd
jury, whun th stat'iiii'Tit rn'it'iuiod in
tit .nt may be ilellnltelv known.
I INl'OLN MOM'MtN 1
Hov Dr. Nnwinim llnll, ot London, u.
thn conclusion of lus sermon lt vennii;
called attention to the iniiiiiiiiieut s hich
was about to he enyted III
conr.nMloti with hi chapel, in Lori.
don, liy tho worklhciiinii thuro, in the
memory of Abraham Lincoln. Ilu n
minded In Iioktiti that durini. our crest
oivilrar their yinpatbies worn wltli tlio
federal power, i u woritinunnm nolil n
meetlnj; in his church Ht Inidnii. and at
their instillation the tnotiumeiit ol Liu
coin was about to himrprtrd. Tim Miiount
reiiuirol tor its roiotiletii'ii r.ould li,.
sawn tliouiand iiuinl. Tuov would h"
able to raise half ilia am tint ot Knc'and.
and ho Ird n-i i r 1,1 ilit pennlo of thu
I I 'ted 'tatss wi I ' I' il ito the re
A person RlvliiB t' e iniiiie of .lihn liar.
hlinelt latniv t'i siitno ol
rmA in IIkIi III I. Alr.Milaw
I li.flf.p rif credit rm Miis-m. I) Mi rnui,
Ciminnaii October 'JO A (5. tin
spe.'ial Horn lludl'uttl, La -vri lieu ci'Unty.
Indiana, says 'I hos. Ourialerliliif, a IiImck
smith nar ibis place, who hud lost one
lec, eiitertuitied a in inhbor, John Morrow,
last ni(;ht. ChrlslerliP); suspectwl an in
timacy between this muii and hi wilu tor
some lime, lie watched clos'dy Inst iiii;hl
and. upon e-ilerinn hi wifu'n bedroom,
about ten o clock, hu vurilled hi suspi
cion in a HI oi irnii.'.y. ;ruiiii wun a
knife he lint stabbed fit three chl.dn n.
then Ins wile, and turuum on John Mm
rr w dealt him two Hashes ill tho lace.
Morrow threw him down, toil; thoknifo
away fnun him and plunged il into Mm
ten or ' In v en tiiiH", klllim him Instantly.
Morrow wi arn-nal. .Mrs. OhriJlerlinp;
wis stubbed in the abdomen and her bow
els pt'otru led from tho w.miid. li i
thought Dial sun aim one cuiiu win inc.
All thn parties concerned ooro uaioi s
nnd Wflru respeeti'il
lit i v M.o.Ootober 'JO. Augustus Tripp,
convicted of arson in the seiond digrei',
wn sentenced to-day to rOtlit VeiUi and
nine months hard labor in tho Auburn
I'lTlsiitiuo Oetoler 'JO. 'I ho trial l
Dudley and Wales, iudiitnil fur robblnL'
thn UiKted States mail, hits bei-n 111 ml lor
the 10th, before Jiid;ii Mi.'Kennay, thn
l.'iiltiMl Slates circuit court iaa having
lasun cnrtllied over from tho Unitpd Stuto
district cnuit to-day by the United fjtnln
dl'lrii t ntlorney.
'1'iiisii: in ui. ' ijrn.L mvimi.
San FiiANtlKL'o, OJtolmr, 10. Tlio brii;
.1. Ji. Falkuiibur" has arrived at i'ortland,
Oreitnli, with llonalula dates to .Sejiiem
bur'l. Too Hawayii Uawtto sajs: On
tlio 10th Inst, an editorial was published
in winch il wa stated that tho king
was rapidly ro?ovo'dnj' hi late illness,
t his illness ha drawn tho attention of nil
thu people to the subject ol Ins niccefi-ion,
and llm King was urungiy urguu n. ram-
nate his own successor. I'll tlie - wi ins . I
Ihn Iih7.ttu f,a his nmj-Hy continues to
imptovii rapidly. Last eveiiinc hu drove
out l"r thn llrt timu since hi illness. He
i- now at his palace residence in town.
Tim housahold troop), consisting of 61
prlvatos, not including thn band that rose
in tbe mutiny of thu 18th of September
by the royel ordur of L'inolilc, havo been
A hitter from I'llo stains Unit there is no
ci ssiiUon In tho action or I! mini it, and
w.is never morti liBauliful than now. Lava
stream blowing out ot old tiutiUi Lake
entitltiun unceaslnj; nnd scvoro eriiptlnns
Were OI-p("cil oi inr nie nuni v,onvin.
The ticket are ilivlded Into ten coupon nr
nrirt", and hue on their back Hip -eheme,
1 ... ' .. ... I. I t .1... ......u. ,l ill'.HV.
Willi II Hill C AOIHUHII'JII ui I ll IIIMUV .'
At till concert, wlileli will be tho
nkt iiiii.letil ill-nl.iv eer willii I
coiiutiv, tin' nniui cedeiiti'il nun ol
diided into IJ.OO0 cash -ill uill be ilistlib
uted by lot amom; the tu ket-holdor-. The
nuiiibei soft Iiii ticket to be drawn Horn
iilio Wheel by blind ehildieil, and the jilts
LltT OF CIFTS.
One (iraiid Cash (Jill . . .
Due (ir.uid Cash iilll
One lltiind l.'a-h (lilt . .
One (Iralld (.'ii'h OHl
One Oratid Cash (lilt .. . .
ID Cu-h HlltK tSlO.tHH) ench
oO Cash (Silts ,-),')0'J cjen
ro cu-h iiit
H) Cah (HU
m cu-h (iiii
1".0 (;ah Iilll
JW Cash (lilts
.TJ."i Cash jIII
1,000 Cash (Hits'
I.OOd cui li
100 eiti li
Jim I oaidi
HiO i iii'h .
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FAT RON I
;omcr Twelfth street ami Washington Avi
J. 0. II U ELS.
(Lite of St. Loui,)
iiiifiK IHNDKIi AND BLANK NOUK
St A N IJFACTURKR.
IILANK HOOKS of every deerllitlonilotie
with iieatne- and diip.itcli. sll kind ol
rullnt,' (lone at -hurt nntlco Hlbles, Minde.
Miia.ine and Periodical bound neat and
tl tlio Inwcsl po--ibln rate.
utility woik, -iich as llueord, Dockets
l-'jn Itookc. Hlanks. etc., mule a (tieel.ility
'tuxes Foekol llooUs, Kne lope, etc
ill In to oi-d.-r 11-.4
i. int nt: ii.
tree tt rliire.
H KHM AN fJCHM KTZSTOKFF,
(HucccsJMir to II. Thlelccke.)
Drill, r 1st All l(luit
WASHINOTO N A V V. N U F. ,
IIKTWIKN TBNT1I A Nil EI.KVKNTll STllKKTa
Having purchased tho procery establish-
mrntol II. I hlelecke. I nau '" V ' I "
on hind a lull and fresh Mipply nl all the bet
soods In my line, to lie loiinu in u uii
)ty jlrlct attentloii to huslnei-s, and lair ileal
liiir. I hone not only to retain all the rii.tom
the iilace ha cnJoed In thepa.t, but to add
to the ll-t inanv new introus. A-klns a
lair chare of putiHc pjtiotiae.
Iterppctfllb), llr.KHAN M.'IIMKTMnltS f
H. .'. crNDII'l',
f! K N K A I. P HO I) CCK
COMMISSION M KUCllAINT
No. 1" KiuiiTii Sr.,
T. N. Kl.MHHOl'GH,
CAHl'IiNT VAX k UUILDKH
Vull fsirs s.l unl tV.alilnloti Apuii"
I i nr. oiiio Ki.i: iiov.
Cf inn in, October JO The olll nil
.a nt ot Hamilton county, lust completed,
in. w ',' 1 1 voto. Noyes received 10,,
i, nnd Allnn Hl.Tril. ('jIIIiis I ilJ'J, AI-
lei. ii in ', ritvovurNoyn 7 .. Tha sen
ato'S aio W"rtlllit,'l'"i and Wallace,
De not rats, anil llutlon, Ropublican Thn
nie nber if the ijoiiurul asssiinhiy are
1) o lera".-' aier. .vininr ll-yre
M .Mill OlMOlllMI -'111.
rjnow storm at Hullalo.
Cull titid Post pliininiiiB intll btirnul
at Oswego last night. Loss i 10,0(10.
A dis ntcli from Ivlinburuh announios
tba dentil o' Rev. Catidlsh, the ficnteh
Thn schooner Now York Is ahoro abovo
Oswi'ijo, nnd villi Do a lotai ios.. ino
storm i tho snvurest ol the season, and it
is tl ought that other disasters huso "
HI V Kit iNKWS.
Cinoinkati, October '.'OHiver tin.
Nahiivii.i.k., Oclober 'JO llivio sta
t onary with II Indies on ili . mii and
Weather clear cool.
Nk.w Oai.r-AN., Octo'jir 20 Nrivl-
Henry Aio. '"'"- , , 14 "''
Katie, Chicat City. Clear an I c. il
Pi. imiriio. octoiar so i.e. n-
slowly wkh'J iir'ho heavy ra '"
nnlav Threo and a half feet in th
i:ASaVIII.K, O.'tober L'O Clear an I
cold. Mercury W to fl . River falling
.ilowly Down; Kvunsvillp, T. Mil
ler, Klla Iluhe Up Oreon, .Silver
thorn, Fayntte, Hradsford All with light
Told, 12 OK. (Hits All Cash.
anioiitilltwto .. 41,.ki. hkj
Tho illhtnlitltiou will be pn-HHu whether
all the ticket ale Mild of not, nnd the l'J.000
Kill nil paid In piopoillon tothn ticket sold
all tliMdd tieketsbeingilestroeilnat the
l'itniil Second l.'oncurl- ami not icprc
selited in tlie (llMWin;;.
IMUCK OF TICK UTS.
Wholo tickets, .'0,0'J; 'j'c' ,T',-,''!;
Tenths, of eucli coupon ;' ,
Whole Tlekel lor er.OO.OOi 'J.IJ I ieke I U
jil.oin.OO; I bl Whole Tlekel lor fi.WO.l
. i mm.. i i. r.ir &in.iii)o.oo. .So in.
..,,.,,..., h... 1 1. ui rbo.oo nor II ol ilekeU
to a time. .. ,,,,
Tho unparalleled success ol he
(IIII Concert as well a ne
lii,.llm, I'ivi'll bv tho I list
Second nuke it onl) iiceuwsurv toalinouiicii
tho oiirlli to Hi-ill.; nie irouipi mi" -erv
ticket. The Fourth Hll Coiieel't will
bii'coiiillii lc.l liiallllsiletailsllkothe I bird,
and full piillclllai mav lie learned ll'olil
circiikiiH which will be ttnt Ireo Horn this
ofllec lo all who apply lor lliem.
Ticket), now re oly for .de and a I o er
! aecmiipalillil by Ihc iniiliey piomiilly lilled.
Ulieial tellii given to Iho-" ho bll.v Ij; ;'ll
I i.'.aiu, THO'. K. HltAMI.I'.l l L,
j Wen Public l.lbr.iry Kentucky mid Mima-
j COKl'KY, HA lUlISON A CO.,
j iStici:ei,sorlo D. Hurd .V. Sun.)
3?OXa-W A.TS TDXITO-
FLO I' II (JIltt, AM II r.
W 1 1 ITK CO LLAU FLAX 1 NO M 1 1. h
S WAI.TKIIH, 'riiirlel'ir.
IIAKDaNd SOFT LUMIiKB
LATH. SHINOLKH. OKDAR POSTS
IHKiHS, 9AHU, HLINDH
ST RAMBO AT T. I M H K K,
Kurnli'liei! on tr,rt-s-t r.ulier
Oommercinl evonun, between Tenth nud
FIN Ft Ai I LL1N FRY GOODS
i'ui:mi kali, stylus.
l S . -M . .1 A C K S 0 X ,
(Fotmcily Mis. Swauders,)
iiuiiouni'eh that ho ha lusl opened ,i larjje
assortment ol the
.Millliury Oonil" tube lound in theinaikct.
She will keep on hand
Hat. llnNNKl. Ft.ntt-1 i RtllttoM,
s-WAii klmU of lobbliur woik done on
ahoil notice, and in srood lj lo, Leave ot-
sleri at tho shop. .
WAlil) A HOHKUTS.
Diui.kr is "Window Siudm,
Walk I'ai'ku, I'urk Whitic
liKAD, LinKKti Oik
Sriniin TuKt'fXTiN", Okok
.Siikkkac, Akcoiiok, Etc., Etc.
Washington avenuo anil Eleventh treet,
OAtao. - .-. !M.i
Klterpool WewTolk ahd rhlladelphta
t'M'S. COTBA01 WITH UNITia STAT il"i
K.ir 0rr)iiiS l
FOlt 1'AHSAGE TICKETS
. ruatsssa oaissuoa
VFI'LT TO JOHN . DALE, AO'
laHroadssay lew.York, sirto
II. A. Thorn
L. D. 'Ihet
I'lIOMS & BUOTIIHB,
Succcsosr to 11. M.llulcn.
AND HKAK1 IN
Sl ili unit risissy (Jsoc'-l,'
Kot-ol(,'ii and Domestlo
DiirHU 'I'HlMMIKIli 01 , I. KlKlii,
I,Alill'.. Fl-IIMHIIIMI (" I'N N"TIONf,
: y,;i.;iiiii" lowest
cash prices. Mi. .Uekxitt rii"pealltni
n.ksa eontlmiallon ol fhe,
nsh a I'omiiiiiiiuuii in .'.w - - - . i
I,:,. ) ii mi llberallj beslsuwed upon liel b.i
the Indie o' ('alio and thn vlelnllV.
(J. W. JJUNxNINOM. D.