THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WKDNE31JAY, OCTOBER 22, 1873.
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Til moment wo learned tbat tho antl
monopollttt bad mado large galm In Iowa
we went in toarcb of tho groat grnngor,
Llnegar, and tbo unwavorlng anti-rnonop-llati,
Tope and FUbcr, determined to em
brace them and call tbom our long-lost
political brothers, but thoy would not.
They are a hard and perverse genorntlon.
SistCK tho Ohio eloctlon news made ut
leap with joy wo hnre been seeking tho
unwavering Democrat, Judges Grcon, to
clasp htm to our Demosralic heart, and
the iteadfait Herman, who allows not a
doubt of Domocrat tuccost to roll across
bit peaceful Democratic breast, to fold
him In a loving embrace. Urcon told ui
ao, and iiarman predicted tho shower
SPARK OUR HLUSUES.
Tho temptation to publish tbe following
complimentary card li so strong we yield
Dkak Oberit I tee that your aro
till on tho tide of Jetui, and 1 do bo
Hero that you are tbe only ono who hai
tho courage to attert it publicly in the
face of Denton. You have brains enough
not to mako a d d fool of younelf, and I
want you to come out and dofond us for
nnttcally in tho forum, and confound in
fidelity. Yourt in tho Gospel,
Cairo, Octobor 21, 1873.
Doe our correspondent for a moment
tupposo we would go back on our reputa
tion at the only roliglous journalist In
Egypt? "We aro not that kind of a
Cnriitinn. Out Thomas must eicuso ui.
We do not cfere to ldck. horns with Den
ton in public on the stage in a discussion
of rellgfdui lubjocU. To speak devoutly
' and uso tbe Christian expression of our
correspondent wo havo brains enough to
not make such ad d fool of our self.
That is Denton's hobby. It is not ours.
Out if Denton feels liko having a square
toed debate on tho railroad question, tho
revenue law or tho salary grab, we aro
bis man. Of course ho Is a salary grab
apologist and monopolist and wo are anx
ioui to have that kind of a man tramp on
our oratorical coat tall.
TtlUKMAN US OUlf."
Senator Tnurman is tho coming man of
the opposition. 11 o may be wedded to
old-tiaie ideas hut ho is not ; bo may he
willing to recognize accomplished facts
but bo is not; he may boa reactionist
but he is not; be may be all ho is said to
be tbat it not commondablo and still he is
undoubtedly tbo coming man. He it
able and bo is lucky, and just at this time
we need a combination of this kind to do
feat corruption and bring tin.' country
back to its moorings in tho harbor of the
constitution, a llguro rather tho worse for
wear, but liko "Old Dill Allen," con
founded good although confounded ven
erable. Thurmun bus enough hay teed In
bis hair to mako blm acceptable to us
grangers. At least that is our present
opinion, lie it also au anti-monopolist
an advocate of railroad control an honest
man an ablo statesman a little cold
blooded, but warm enough to have a patrl
otic regard for tho rights of tho people
conttmnerof thlovory.and so on. If such
a man it not tatlifactory to us farmers,
what kind of a man do wo desire? It it
possible, tbat, being very fastidious, we
with a politician with tho wings of an an
gel ? Have wo becomo so dainty that
our candidates must bavb about their gar
menu tbe odor of absoluto political per
fection rosiaiy: but It sc, we are
doomed to disappointment. Tnurman is
about at gool a man at can be found in
side tbo opposition organization. AVe
would like another better, but if wo must,
we must. He Is liko tugar ; sugar is good
enough in Its place, but out ol its place in
whisky; but tbero havo bean occasions
when we took sugar in our'n and didn't
tlnd the combination anything to sneero
at; and at for us, if wo must, why (Lord
help ut'l we shall manage to take
a little Thurman in "our'n," and we hope
and expect to not be compelled to teul
very bad about the necessity which wij
compel ut to philosophically twallow Mm
In truth, it it just possible we may ttnixk
our Dpi after tbe draught and learn to
liko' It becomo attached to it, in short
"Who can tell? Those are tuch wondsr-
A SUGGESTION TO DENTON
We wl.-b to make a tuggettion to l'rof.
Denton. In hit lecturo on Jesus, ha main
taint tne position tbat tbe "Savior" was
taken from tbo cross alive, was resusci
tated, appeared in tbe flesh to the disciples,
and was taken with a fever at tbo resi
dence of Joseph and died of tbat disease.
The ttory don't bang together well. It it
not a reasonable position that after Jesus
bad been nailed through the feet to the
crott, he walks! about the city of Jerusa
lem. We do not'know what sited nails
wore used or whether they wero of Iron,
but we are ture the wounds in his feet
would have mid a bis walking apparatus
very tore. If, now, Denton would Inter
polate into hit lecture tbit passage be
would add much to itt force: "Looking
from tbe window of Joseph's bouse it Is
probable Jetus taw Wary go to tbo tomb
tbe next morning, In all probability,
influeacad by a desire to ipoak
to her, Jesus took tho crutches Joseph had
furnished him with tho gardnor't clothes,
and hobblod out to soo bur. She was
aomowhit astonished at his appearance,
and naturally believed him a gbost on
two sticks. Jctut told her to toll bis dis
ciples tbat ho wanted to see them and
would moet them at Nar.irelb. The dis
ciples objocted; but finally an arrange
ment was mado for a meeting in Jerusa
lem on the night of tbo third day, when
Jesua appoared in tbolr midst. After be
had returned to his chamber in Jnioph't
house his feet became sorer nnd sorer.
Finally lockjaw set in and re
sulted In his death. Joseph, afraid
for his own soke, to tell thnl be had enter
tained Jesus after ho had escaped death
on the cross, buried the body secretly in
hit garden." "Wo submit to a candid
.world this passage as hotter than
Denton's on the sstno subjoct. Lockjtw
is a better disease than fever to use in dis
posing of Jesus. Fover it is truo might
havoensued from the ovcllement which no
ioubt resulted from hanging on the cross,
but the lockjaw idea lockjaw resulting
from soro feot Is so probable a disease
that its uso in Denton's lecture would be
ono of tho happiest of hits. Tnis added
to tho crutch idea would make Denton's
account of the oicapo of Jesui from the
cross so plausible, the story told by tbo
Evangelists would bo knocked without
ditllculty into a cocked hat and Christian
ity would i'umoJiatety tapplo to its full.
A NOI1LE SACHIF1CE.
When tho cry of distress wont up from
Memphis when it was flashed over the
land that men, wocion and children In
that peslilonco stricken city woro suffer
ing and dying for want of nurses, Murtba
Stephenson, of Towanda, Illinois, a girl
not twenty yean of ago, in tho bloom of
youth and health, was visiting friends in
Illoomington. Her heart answered the
appoal for help, and unknown to frionds
or family who might havo wished to pre
vent tbe slop, Silo wont to Memphis
and otTored hersolf hi a nurso for yellow
fever patients. Within two hours after
ber arrival in that city, she had entered
on hor duties and found herself, beside
Dr. Blackburn, tho only other attendant
of a yellow fevor patient, n woman alto in
the pangs of maternity. Whon spokon to
by Dr. Olackburn on tho subject of hor
youth and Inoxperionce, the made tho
noble response that sbo wished to nurse
tho sick and tho dying, and desired to lay
aside any natural feeling of modesty,
which would interfcro to prevent her
to dltchaigo of the duties of hor of
fice. Bbo performed tho unaccustomed
services required of her with tho modesty
of. a young girl, and womanly patience
and tenderness. Her patient died and tho
willing feet of MartbaStephenson carried
her to other scenes of distross whero with
ready hands tho performed tho welcome
offices of nurso for tho prostate, victims of
thaplague. After two woekt of tireless tor
vice, the was herself takon tick with yel
low fover; the was carefully tended by
Dr. Hlackburn, but bis skill as a physi
cian and nurso was of no avail and the
succumbod to tho diseaso aftor an
illness of only a fow days
And thus wiint out the light uf a noble
life, veritably laid down for other's sakes.
Tbe history of Martha Stephenson, young
in yoart but ttrong in courage, poor in
worldly possessions but rich in a character
in which sympathy for suffering follow-
croaturct overcame even tbo fonr of dis
ease and death, deserves to bo told in tho
category with that of Floronco Nighten
gale anil other noblo women whoso deeds
have made their name! immorul, and in
comparison wttb wuoso record uort
will not pale. Shu was buried
tn Elm wood cemetery, end hor
remains were followed to the grave by
tbo mombors of tbe Howard association
of .Memphis, by citizens, members of the
prctt and others, all of whom, in the
name of tho ulllictod people of .Memphis,
honored themselves in thus honoring tho
memory of ono who had beon truly
ministering angel in thoir midst. In tbo
boautiful and touching tribute to her mom
ory by tho Hcv. Mr. Uoggs, pastor of
the second Presbyterian church iu Mem-
pblt who led tho funoral services, heeald:
Lips liko mine cannot llttlntly tnoak
the praises of such a life such a glorious
doatb. May Divine l'owor use this ex
ample of unselfish philanthropy to en
grave upon our hearts tho sublime moral
which tne messed son ot UOtl draws trom
his own wondrots parable of the " Good
Samaritan " Go, thou, and dolikowiso.'1
And hereafter, when our duties to tho
living sutlorort thai) allow of it, let bur
timploilory bo told toour hoyt and gills
when we shall bo cold, and It may on
forgotten boneuth tho grcon sod. Let the
breathing marble and tbo sculptor' art do
some justice, not to her merit, which man
can never roward, but to ourselves and the
gratitude of our oily.
Tho Memphis 'Avalanche' adds its cn
dorsemont to tho suggestion of Dr. Hoggs,
and all who read tho history of Martha
Stephonson will lay amen.
THE GLORY ASOHIlSKI) TO TUE
From tbe Hoston Post.
Tho footinm of tho Ohio election are
positively favorable to the Democrats, and
Irom tho nuclous ol tbo now unparture in
politics for tho country- The Uhlo JJiini
ocrstic platform furnishes the basis of
tbit revolution, and tho Democracy of
other stales ad op tod it enthusiastically as
their own. In that it expressed the com
plete doctrine of reform for tho politics of
tbe country, and upon Its fcentiinent tho
present victory has been achieved.
- - - .
TtrU letter, New Yoik Time
M. Guizot, despite his great age, is still
engaged in authorship, and recently wrote
a small book to aid the cause of constitu
tional monarchy. Thoproof.sheotsof sev.
eral chnptort wero sont to Vul-Hlches,
when the leaden of the party hurried
down there to tay Hist any publication of
tl e kind at this momotit would injure the
cause, an I bt'.'god M. Guizot to fipprst
toveral rorcihi psttagct upon parliamen
tary covernmont. Ho finally ntrroed to
do to, but did to by suppressing the whole
book, making that sacrifice to the wi.hcs
of hit party.
TwESTT-riVB candidates have an
nouncod for county olllcet In Randolph
county, ten In Clinton, toven in Perry,
twenty in St. Clair, three In Jefferson, live
in Marlon and twenty. eight In Washing
ton an army of ofllcO'teokert looking af
ter bread and butter.
1 111111 U 11 ill 111 Ui I
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
IVEW Y OKI?
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
THE GOLD EXCHANGE.
TUB NATIONAL INSURANCE
COMPANY IN THH HANDS
ELCcrtoH or orncER!.
New YollK, October "21. Tho election
of directors and olllcers uf tho gold ex
change resulted ii s follows: I'residunt,
Jas. I. Colgate-; vice presidents. K. T.
Uragard, T. T. II. Parker; Treasurer, it.
Edwards; Secretary, Win. 1'. WVscott ;
exocutlvo committee, Charles II. Wood,
John Murphy. .1. T. Underbill, Wm. 11.
florid, W. J. Hutchison, II. K. Sterling.
Union Scbatl'er, John Wallace, and Au
was quiet with tho commercial houses, hut
the jobbing branches were more active to
day. Fine brown cuttons, blenched thirt
ings, and cotton flannels aro selling more
freely and steady in prices. Prints im
proved demand ; Woostor dress fabrics in
brisk rcquost from agents. Flantnil ami
blankets in steady demand.
The Express rays : A telegram from
Washington received early in Uioduy vt
doomed by tlioio reports on direct author
ity of tho treasury department, but during
this afternoon, reports wore that n promi
nent Mow York dry goods and commission
merchant ttated that ho just arrived from
Washington, bringing with him a letter
from Prusldent Grant to an uflleor of one
of tho leading banks of tho city. 1 Ills
bank officer although refusing to show tho
letter, states that the pro.'ldont announces
hit intontion to draw on the $ U.OQO.nou of
legal tendor reserve, to extent $3,000,000
per weeu lor tomo weeks to come, arm in
addition to uuy ono milium tiuriing on
London, lor tho use ot the stato and naval
departments. This is a queer thing from
becinnlr.ir to ond, and it seems rather lato
in the day for tho government to do that
which It refused to do during tho greatest
severity of tbo panic. This business is a
question of voraeity butwoen Secretary
Kichardson on ono hand, and tho bspk
officer and merchant, alludid to abi.re. on
Tho Eovcning 'Telegram' rmnouncos
that the Erio honrd was this day appoint
ed rocoiverof the National Life insurance
company of New York, No. -12 Broad
way, and hoadt it a " Sequenco of Jty
ITS AGAINST RAILROAD?
FOR EXTORTION AND
IN OH ARO ICS.
THE COURTS CAN'T DECIDE AS
TO THE CONSTITUTIONAL
ITY OF THE LAW UN
.SraiMiUKLK, Octobor '-'! It h.u beon
rumored Tor euieral d.ns pa't that the
railroad and warchouso commissioners had
decided to bring suits against several rail
road companies, upon tlm plea ot extor
tionate charges lor tho trans iiortntion of
freight, and fur unjust discrimination, but
the board declined to givo to tho public,
through tho press, any of the particulars
of tho case, or to suy which of tho rail
road companies would lie t'to tl rat to no
brought up with a round turn. Not
withstanding tliis reticonce, it his been
ascertained that the Gilnun, Clinton and
Springliold railroad company will re
ceive the am attention ot the board, and
that tho Toledo, Wababh and Western and
othr roads will bo tittended to in rapid
succession. In fact, it Is nsscrtcd that in
tho caso of tho G. C. and S. rood, a
precipe was (llod to-day. Tho only regret
which tho puoplo can tool at this action of
thu board is Its tardiness. It is hoped, ex
pected and demand of tho board months
ago that some action should bo taken that
would bring tho merits of tho law before
tho supreme court for tholr decision, In
time to be uf eomo benefit to
tho legislature next winter in ro
modelling tho present law, or in forming
a now one that would stand the ordeal of
an Investigation by tho supremo court,
This hopo hat been doferrod, and "horn
deterred makoth tho heart sick " It will
be impossible to bring any of those pro
posed suits before tho tiiprome court at the
January term, nor until illrr ttm lecitla
turo shall havo adjourned. This will de
prive tbo laV-making power of the ttato
the advantage to bo derived from a decli
ion of tho supremo court until the meot
ing in 1875, Tho legislature will bo com
polled to act at tho noxt session in this
mattor without knowlntr what construe
Hon tho courts will givo tho law, or else
wait another whole year to havo tho va
lidity of thlatn enactment teilcd. Tbit
condition of affairs N preatly to be re
gretted, and could and should havo boon
COX. THI'RMAN AND MORTON.
S-AM. O X.
New Yoiik, Oct. 'Jl. S.uu. Cox writes
to his friends that he will bo elected by a
largo majority in tlm district formerly
ropreientva uy ,iamct nrooks.
Washington, Oct. 21 Senator Mor
ton will pruts Ins plan for tho abolition of
tho electorial colleito lit tin early day of
TIim success of tho lluurboii Doiiiocialt
in Ohio puis Senator Thiinuau forward as
a candidate tor tho presidency in lb"0.
The refusal of Hendricks to tako a hand
in the light has naturally damaged tbo
prospects oi mat gentleman.
N.v Vouk, Oct. 21. Thu Democratic
victory In Ohio was celebrated hero this
afternoon by the firing of odh Imndrod
guns in the city park.
Wasiiinton, Octobor 21, The Friends
of Colonel Hughes deny bn It disqualified
for the governorship of Virginia by rea
ion of the delivery of the challenge in
the caso cited. He acted at a motiator
instead of bearing the challongo, More
over, whilo tho lawt of Virginia apply to
the principal tending or accepting a dial,
lengc, outtido tbo ttato it doet not apply
to one delivering tho challenge unless de
livered in tbo ttato,
MEETING OF Til 15 NATIONAL
HOAK1) OF TRADE AT
THE MECHANICS IN CONVEN
TION AT COLUMIUS.
FEY EKE SNOW STOUMS IN
FUOM SAN FJIANCISCO.
On Sunday last an osrthwake was felt
about 4 o'clock caused by the eruption of
Ci.KVRt.AMi, October 21.-Snow fol
this morning. The storm yesterday and
last night did considerable damage In nnd
about this city, blowing trees, chimneys,
signs and one iiiiflnlshcd building down.
Milwaukee, October '1. Telegraph
reports from the principal lake ports glvo
no news of any importanro In reference
to the late disutcr on Lsko Michigan.
Ali.cntow.v, Pa , Oct. Ill- Hiao in I.o
high rlvor of 8 lent hut mado necessary a
suspension of work at tho rolling mill ex
cept tho puddling thop. A boy wni swept
away by tho current yclerday. Owners
of property are rapidly removing it Imiii
tti4 rlvor banks.
Cincinnati, October HI. Snow full
henr'this mi ruing but did not lie on the
ground in tho city. A fow miles out in
tho country it fell k couplojof inches deep,
whilo at 'l)yton it lay on tho ground
from 0 to 6 Indus deep, Tho 'Gns'tto'
special from Chrloiton, West Virginia,
reports 18 hours of rain and tho river 10
inches ami rising rapidly.
FUOM COLUMHUS, OHIO.
CMTKD AMERICAN MECHANIC.
CoLfMtius, Ohio, Oclob-r M, lSTx
The state council of tliu Utiityd Ameri
can Mechanics, of Ohio, mot in this city
to-day. All the counties of tho rttatu
were roprn'entod. Tho meeting whs call
ed to order by l'otor Kemp f Youngs
town. Tho report of tlm " try ts
read. It shows tho order to b i at -ut, iwu
thousand strong in Ohi . t ntion
having morn than tl.ililt-il ilii'ioj tlm
past year. Tho order i nlm in fl lurch
ing condition linanci'illv
Thu grand ramp of ttm lmupendiit
Order of Knighthood met h -r" i.. d y.
Tho annual reports wero rend hi d referred
to committees. A session was bold this
MASOKIC (IRANI) I.OI.OK
of Ohio, assembled hero to-day. The
lodgu was opened by Grand Master Ual
len, who delivered his annual address on
subjects of interest. Tho question of
raising five hundred dollars for tho Ma
sons ot .Memphis was referred to a rpccial
committee. Grand officer will bo elected
Tilt .VATIO.VAt. IIUAIII OK 1UA1IK.
Chic'auo, October 'Jl. President Frailey
rusuming hit duties made unci marikb
to tho body lor their continued regard and
confidence. Tho following
wero then elected : U U Culver, cm-1
cagoj & r uorrinlon, uinciuoall; r. r
Dow, JiulUlo; it 1' Urldgcs, Uctroit;'
Henry J Luishntv, Kansas City; W Kl
Smith, .Milwaukee; ,1 U Johns u, fieri
lork; Win llurrell, New Uneans ; lioo
Ojo yde, New York; C J Hotluian,
1'hiladolphia ; ECUonry, l'ortlunil ; m
Uroivcnor, l'ortlaud ; it R Bonner, bt.
Louis, and 1! t Morse, Uoslon. Vending
llio oluutlon chairmen appointed
wero: Howe, ot Chicago; Raynton,
New York; Davit, Cincinnati; Hurkoll,
Portland, as a committiu on credeLtials to
consider new applications for membership
ot tho board of trade 1'ho detonation
Irom tho Dominion board of trade was
announced trom tho platform and wel
comed by the projldent. Tho Welcome
was rofponued to happily by Vice-President
Howland, of the Dominion beard of
trade. A committee was appointed to
which wai referred tho eubjuet of
transportation facilities. The committee
consisted of Grosvener, of St. Louis;
Uowo, of Chicago; Smith, of Chicago;
Smith, of Cincinnati; Stort, of New
York, and Allen, of Philadelphia. A
committee was appointed to consider tho
suhjectof CauuUiuti reciprocity, consisting
of McLean, of Milwaukee; iiond, of
Boston: lioynton, of New York; Taylor,
of Cincinnati ; Haskell, of Portland, and
Hanny, of Detroit. Tho subject of reform
in currency and tbe national banking
laws roforred to tho committee hereafter
to be announced
Bid KNOW STOTUt.
Tho wiros cast aro still down, and it is
impossiblo to got anything through except
via. Cincinnati, Tho oporator at Crest-
line reports a sovcro idorm on the linn of
the Pittsburir and Ft. Wayno railroad
Weill inches ol enow navo lallon and tho
storm continues. No news yot from tho
Or.r.ii Hakkinoton, .Mass. Oct. 21
John O. Kusioll, president of tho Murk,
shire Woohin Co., died to-day.
W KECK ftp.
Mkdkna, N. Y., Oct. 21. Tho pro
poller Young Amoricu becumo disabled
and wont ushoro yosterday, two miles oil'
Yatct pier, Lake Ontario. She had ono
hundred and fifty paKsongi r on board
No livet wero lost,
Salt Lark, Octobor Jl. In tlm dip
triet court to-day, United ti' u an .rn,
Carey challenged the grnh'l J ry m, mvii
ral grounds, showing tiriie. 'e .ii 'ha un
dur tho present laws a ieul ur ji
could nut bo obtained in nitori rii
court sustained the chi I oi tu and il s
charged tho jury.
New Yoiik, October 'Jl. Tho
milk train on thu Midland and
(Wwocn railroad was wrecked la-it iiii'ht
at Stockholm, Now Jersey. Tho englno
liluii'-'cd through the bridgn into tho
crook, and tho engineer,flreman and brako.
man aro reported to bo injured. Throng!
travel Wii 1 it' r uptcd until lato this ever
naLTluoiir., Maryland, Octobor 21.
Krrdorick lleclcor, a ditiinguiaiiea uor
man arrived hero this morning, and was
wolcomod by a eommittoo ol cllizons. To.
night ho will bo serenadod by various
film inir societies. Mr, llecker will remain
here a few dayt and then proceed to hit
hom in IllitioH.
THE PRESIDENT CONSULTING
AS TO SPECIE PA Y.M ENT.
rJUHULATIONS OF THE NA
TIONAL BANK MEN.
DECLINES TO HE 1NTEH
VIEWED ON THE SHI
EFFOliTS TO OUST SENATOR
Washington, October 21. Tho prisl
dent has been lonsultmg tho members ol
his cabinet respecting tno contents ot his
message to congress, especially on finan
cial topics, whicli will occupy it lurgu por
tion ot the document. He Ihs aho been
In ounsultation with leading bankers and
business men, in tbe hope of obtaining
tho average public tuiitimeiil as to the ad
viability ot it speudy return to spoele
payment. Ho hat been considering all
the various plans for resumption sug
gested in debates in tho souuto and house
during tho last congress. Senator Mor
ton, whilo bore, urgoi him to adopt tbo
plan which ho I.Morton; recommended
some time ago, Which wirn to name a day
not moro than ono year distant, wli n re
sumption would laku place. The prisl
dotil has heard suggestions from nil jiir
tors and on all sides ot the j iitlon, but
ho has not intimated what course ho would
pursuit iu his im'Mogp. His friends con
tend, however, that ho will take ground
In favor of early resumption.
THOUIILK I'OH 1 II K HANKS
National bank men nro getting alarm,
cd at tho propecls of n war upon tho na
tional hanlc iiytlem, to bo predicated upon
tho conduct of lhefl institutions during
the recent panic. It is said that tho Dem
ocrt'c mombors and aunuturs will unite
in an i 'Virl tu abolish the notional bank
ing system entirely, and substitute green
backs for national bank currency. A
prominent Western senator hm con. milled
himself to a project in this direction
which iroos so far as to im reaso tlm vol-
uino ot miner money tu u thousand mil- i
lions, nd ho argues that tho plan can tm
to guarded at to prevent tho possibility of
luture panics, and at tho sanio tlmo to keep 1
the gold promtum merely nominal. .
A strong tlfort is being mado to re- .
movotionator Carpenter from tho position
of president pro turn, ot tho ennto, to
which bo was chosen just before tho ad
journment nf that body Inst spring. Tho
friends of Senator Morton aro pushing
him for the place, but Mr. Anthony, of
IPiodo Island, will probably g't it if any
etinngo is made.
Strong "fiorts ar being made
to draw Andr Johnon out
on tho matter of .Mrs. Stir- ,
ratt's execution, but he declines to bo in
terviowod until ho can have an official in-
vestigation. In privato conversation he
protests that ho knew very littbi about
tho dibits made for the unfortunate wo
man's rtpriovo or commutation. Imme
diately after tho trial a petition in her fa
vor was sent to him, but ho did not
then feel like oxtendim; executiv cleir.
oncy. Subsequently, ho says, Preston
King and others interfered to'piovent po
tition from reashitig him; and on tho
morning of tho execution Mr. King pos
itively prohibited Mrs. Surratt's daughter
from pening him on an errand of mercy.
It will bo rumnmbered that soon after this
Mr. Klne committed sulcido by drowning
In tho North river. Johnson feels vory
tore on this subjoct, although ho avows his
ability to mako a good record for him'olf
whon tho subject is officially investiga
MURDER AT LOUISVILLE.
Louisvillk, October 21. Wm. F.
Ditcbeu, sou of J. II. Ditchen, preaident
of the German Society bank, was mur
dered to-day by W m. l'aulk, with whom
ho had been on terms ot intimacy, l'aulk
works in a broom factory, and whilo thore
a quarrel sprang up and blows wero ex
changed, resulting in Pauik striking
Ditchen with a heavv piece of wood on
tho head killing him. l'aulk fled and
ckiinot be found in the plain. This is the
third murder hero In onu week.
This afternoon, James Davin, a respec
table colored man, with four comrades
whilo out hunting along the western out
skirts of the city, wont on the grounds of
Wm. Olom who ordered them olf. They
retired, when Clem and two men followed
tlm m with abusive epithet. Finally
Clem lired ut Davit with a shot-gun, the
load passing through Davis' lungs, Vihilo
ho wat otherwise injured by nones dis
charged irom tho hands ol Clem's com
KILLED WITH A HlluVKL
iNiiiANArous, Oct. 21. James Brown
and Loo Clements, living 0 miles west ot
this city, got into a difficulty about a load
of gravel, this morning, when tho latter
struck Drown on tho head with a shovel,
inflicting wounds from which he died.
Clements has been arrested, but claims
he actod in self defence.
TRIAL OOMYIEXt i;i).
San Fiu.ncikco, October 21. Tho trial
of Cnpt. Clark of tho ship Sunrise on a
chargo of cruil treatment to seamen on
hoard that ship, commenced to-day in tno
United States circuit court. This is a caso
in which Clark and his mates aro accused
of having bo cruelly treated a number of
her crew, that
TWO or TIIE1I COliJIITTEP hUICIIIF.
by jumping overboard during a voyage,
nigh to this city.
XHW CASKS TIIK
SKKMS TO HAVli
MKMriiih, October 21 Much regret
was nxtiressad on tho street yottorday at
thiidlllleiiliy botweo.i Dr. Ulackburn, of
Louisville and Dr. Ryorlo, of Chicago.
It is particularly requested by tho board
of health that absent cltlisons do not re
turn until notified by thorn. It it impos
sible to got anything reliable about the
disease, new casct occurring in isolated
districts, Tho frost teems to havo little
otl'ect in chocking ti e diseaso. Dr. Freo
man, socrntiiry of tho hoard of health, is
reported dying to-night, alto Dr. lllocont.
f-'iuiKVKror.T, October 21, Interments:
Margaret Charlelon, white, "2i Robert
Vounir.'Jl i Mr. High't child, 12 dayt.
Cincinnati, Octobor U0, -Rlvor riting.
NAsuvnxr.Oct, 21 Rlvor unchanged,
on shoals, Weather clear and
New Oiilians, Octobor 21. No arriv
als or departures.
Pittsiiuro, Oct. ill ltlvcr rising rap
I lly with 8 feot in channel.
YicKdiiuun, October m. Down Jas.
Howard, Niitchf, ParHgoud. Up: Jn,
A. Scuddor, Cliy of Helena. Cloar anu
mild. Klver failing.
KvANtviLt.K, Oct. 21. Weather clesr
and coo ; mercury 117 to 50. Hive' rl"n
20 Inches. Up: llerksvllle. Payette, Itot
oris and Etta Hughes. Djwn: John .
11 ran ford, business light.
Lovmmu.K, Octobor 21 Ulver til
t o lary with 2i Inchct In i haniel, and 27
inchos on Portland bar. eather cloudy
aid cold, with indications of snow. In
cnns(quonco uf news of tlm rise at Pitts
b irg, tho steamor Houston is preparing to
leave lor Now Orleans early noil week.
Several towboat pilot worn summoned by
telegraph to Pittsburg 'o day to tako
rhargo of coal tows. Arrived: J. 1),
Parker, Cincinnati; Pal It gors, Cincin
nati; Dovo. Mtdlson. Dspartod: J. D, !
Tarei; Cincinnati; Pat llegert, Cincin
nati; Dove, Madison.
St. Loui.s, October 21. Hemp dull and
Flour dull and weak; lower to toll, buy
ers standing nil'.
Wheat spring lirm and higher; No 2
1 02; No '1 nift otlercd at $l 09. (IJ bid.
Pall xuiet, bettor grades In small supply
and firm; No ,1ft H3l .li; No 'i. $1 oO
CitiCAOo, October 21. Flour firm and
Wheat quiet and wenk; No 2 spring
II -I; No 3 $1.
Com dull and drooping; miicd 37jc
Oats steady; No 1! 8Hc.
It vi' stead v
Parley dull; shade lowi r
.Mrs pork 113.
Lard steady and advanced; 7 tolhr;
Ihcon quiet, unchanged.
Whiskey steady at 00c.
Oi.KvKi.ANI), October 21. Nothing do
inc In eraiii : firm and nominally un-
chanctd. Petroleum tlrm at 10c
fined whltn in car lots,
V:YfiTK .V CO.," "
f.'ureMore to L. Jorge ruen.)
i UKALKItS IN
! Staple and Fancy G itocniurs
HOOTS, SHOKS, Ac.
And In Country Produce of all kinds.
Corner of Twentieth ftrret.
CJJ"A supply of crtolce butler from north
rrn il.iirli roii-ta lit' nn hand.
,'orner Twelfth street and Watfilngton A
J. C. II U E L S ,
(Lato of 8t. Louis)
ROOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
itl.ANK HOOKS of every description doni
with ncatnos and dispatch. All kinds ol
ruling done ut fliort notice lliblcis .Miidc.
Miirazinch and Periodical bound neat and
t the lowet polble rate.
ounty work, ueh an Record", Docket
F3e Hooks,' ltlanks, etc., made u (puclalit)
loxen, Pocket Hooks Knwt lope, et
n ! tn nnlor 1 1-'24
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
St WAI.TKHH, friiiirlrlor,
HARD and SOFT LUMREB
LATH, HUINGLKa, OKDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, HLIN'DS
Kurnisbad on sbortost notioe.
Commercial avenue, botwnon Tenth and
(Opon Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4Ui and Cth streets,
MKA1.3 AT ALL HOURS.
A tine new Dining Hall with every con
venience has In en udded to this popular
Itcntatirant, und tlm guests will liutl evory
cquislte lor their accomodatlun.
THE HILL OF FAltK
:ontlts ot every nubtUntlal and delicacy of
IB supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES & CIGARS
CSTMIxcd drinks prepared with care.
WholoHalo or RoUil.
aOMBER 32D BTUBKT AND OHIO LHVK
j. p. emiiLK
MILLER ft PARK Ell,
n.lxrnn a t rtni
VA(llUAfta,u ATAAO01 1 I
MICA LKRH IN FLOUR rm
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AUK NTH ron FAIKHANK'S HOALi
Ohio I.ovoe, OAlltO. 1LLINOIH.
f l T t I i I
A V I
FLOUK AND COUNTRY PKOJJUC
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
R. J. OUNDIFF,
G EN ERAL PRODUCE.
COM M ISSION M EKCHA
No. 17 Kioiitu Ut.,
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(SticctKtor to I). Iltird A Son.)
ri.HUR MK.1IM AMIS HAT.
No 03 Ohio Loveo, CA IUO, ILL
II. A. Thorns L. D. Th
TIIOMS k BROTH KK,
Ailectsotrt to il. M.lluleu.
AMI ItBALKllS IN
stsuple atid t'iiry lirorerlra,
Foreign and Ooraettlc
ITlTJ-I'rS -A iTID N"Vr.
VH Commercial Avenut.
CAIRO. - . II.LINOI
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCU
And dtater In
Liuk, Ccmkut, Plabtkr, Hai a, Ki
All tltll ITM,
t3Tl will sell In car load Iota
turi r-' prlie. addinc trelt'ht.
JOHN U. PULLIS k SON,
lHuocssors to John H. Phtlhs.)
Flour, Meal, Bran, Ac.,,
AGENTS FOR LAFLIN AND IU
POWDKR COMPANY. J
Ona. Tkntii Stkikt aisd Ohio Li
OA i HO. IMS,
J. M. PniLLIP8,
nnrwn miner nn iimmi
pioptred to lorwird all klndi t)f fr
to all points.
uslDa tttMDtlftd torreniptlT:
WOOD KITTEN HOUHK 4 1
Qonoral Commission Meroh
ma OIITO T.KVKTt
PK TEH (J U H L,
Ms. M OHIO UCTKK,
3.20 tf. CAIRO, ILLIWO
K. J. At
AYERS t CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEROHA
No. 78 Ouio Lvm, OilM, Il
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