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THE CATRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1873.
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TKHM8 OKTHk'daTl I'ULLKTIN :
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Oat year by carrier, In advance 10 00
Dae year by carriar U not pUd In
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st month, by mall 1 w
I'btca months 3 W
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On jaar 10 IX)
TU Of WEEKLY UtlLLETIK.
Oni Year $1 00
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Three Mont In ,. bti
Invariably Id advance.
fading matter on trry iife,
IIuk. 0. A. Nkale, of Mtyfleld, Ken
I'icky, delivered an oration on Jackson's
Purchase, giving a hlitory of that pnrt !
Kentucky, at a barbecue tn Calloway
county, October 2. A copy f li
published in the Paducah Tohacc.i l'lat t
it before ui. It It an able pr.vd uutlnf, full
of facts told tn a very Interottlng itylu
Tntt Chicago 'Titnm say: "A Cain
net (paper think If Chtca o wero taken
out of Illinois, then Oiiro wuuld bcoouii
oneoftbo great cillut of the well.' It
It Dot so certain that, In fuch a cmf,
Cairo would becomo one of thn ' great
cities of tbe writ ;' but there it no iubi
tbat it would, at lent, becomo tho cquai
of St. Loult and Cincinnati '
Tac political canvatt in Pulaski count
is sjetting as hot ai the place to which I'rot.
Denton lays we will not go, and to if bit h
Rev. Thayer is sure all who believes a
Denton doet wilt go. Thu regular Kepul -licans
are making an energtllc campaign,
and the Reformers are very industrious
"We don't know how the battle will turn
May the best men win is our opluioii
on the subject.
Wl regret that tuiuo of tho friends o'
If r Thomas Wilton aro tdv:cat'tng thai
gent'eraan for tho position of':ounty corn
snltsiooer upon partulan grounds. There
indiscreet friends say tbat tho Democrats
must gel ready fur tho political contett
next fail; that ono point to bu looked to
carefully is the appointment of election
judges; that Mr. Wil-on, if ono of tbe
commissioners will control tho board, and
appoint only mon who will put a stop to
much of the negro tutiragn which has
bdD prevailing bera to a gn at extent ot
lite, such talk as this has a tendency tn
injure Mr. Wl son, and ue aro lure h
does no; desire thecommiiilonship lor tin
ourpote indicated by tbcie friend of his
A one of the board ho would, ol court'
at wt would, endeavor to get a tnj r
ily of party friondt appol'il'd tdcctioi
)u'1uPd. but he could not, and would not t
ha could, do anything to deprive a lega
Tuter of bis tuftragn. Mr. Wilson do
not with the posilisn he It teeklng tor aiix
such purpie. w mru -
'ZtJ.vo'ln couiiih.iiicu.iuii to Till
Dullktik published yesterday, ask
of what avail would it I e
to ditcun religiout subjects will
any man who ioei not believe
in tho Curutian's O l or thu Chriaiinti'r
Uiblo ? Zuto' belluVel that only thou J
who bolievu ihoulJ bu argued with, 11 u
will'Z.-uo" tull us of wuai uu U discus
sluii going to provu that thu Chriitiaii't
Oi1 is the Uoi and thu Christiun's liiblr
the Uible with a man who believes tha
that Gud is the God, and that lliblu the
Bible? lie might as well argUu with n
man who believes Grant it a great IhIi-
inan to convince him that Grant it u great
suteim.n ; he might as profitably tpt-nd
bis time in convincing us ot what we know,
thatTuc llULLKTIS ii a great rxliginiiK
journal, ''Z;no" is mixed at much loll
ed as a carefully compounded mint Juni
or the current American political id S'
The people who don't bolleve in thu Cm l
tian's or any God, who don't buliovu tl u
Bcripluret, who aro drifting ruddurlett n
the sea of speculation and doubt, aro tl o
people the minister! tho called cliou d
get after with argumunt n well c
treaty, and lead them, if pnttiblu, info tl e
green pastures and by q luH'.roum ol the
"RALLY TUB tYsl"
At the commencement of tb pnllticil
campaign in Ohl i tail lurnmor SiiNtor
Tburmaniaid: "All wo hive to do it,
'to sound thu trumpet and rally thu boy. '
The reiultof the election hn provud Unit
Senator Thurman appreciated the tilua
tlon. Next fall, in this stato, we of the oppo
sition shall bavo a lively cuntuit h.ll
lock horns with tbo monopolists and it ir
tltae to sound tbe trumpet and commence
the work of rallying tbu b.tyt.
How shall we proceed, and whore ur
the boys to be rallied ? Shall we uo tin
old Domooratlc trumpet (Lord bleu yi u,
Judge Green, we knew ou w,ul.l
ay sol) or shall wo gut a nw horn?
Wa prefer a new horn, but
shall be perfectly satisfied, If out t the
old born new voices blow now rallying
rie. We are founded on thu bed rock
of Democratic principles. On Dili rock
bas the true political church buun buildod,
and wt don't care who wonhipi with ut
t its altars.
So, whether through the old or new
born (but wt) enlrat tba bed
rocknr who run tbe thing to let it
t a new one I) -let the rallying
cry be tonndedud. Lord help un, wu bv
not bd a polltlckl fight for lol how nmny
Boutbst We are aotually spilling for
tbe fray boiling over with aiitl-niuno, .
list true Drmocratic g-nuine Republi
can aaal lor the accouipli.hiueut of Hn
nti-Klical, anil-salary-crab, ami. mo.
tiler, and anti-all that kind of thing vic
tory. Hound thu trumpet, tboroforo, some
body, and rally the boys I
Mb. Ebirok: Taking the card of
"Fault ''at a text, yon enlarged very
tensibly upon It, but you did not -Xnclly
yadMttaod tba point which he would II
luaUat. Itwaitiotto ignera arjumtnt
that "l'liun " dripped you the 11 tin mte,
it was only to show tbat tuch a position at
that taken by our modern Uollub on Sun
day livening, would overthrow Ittolf, and
did not no i-d aniworing.
Laying atido all Mth and belief In
things unicen" wo would positively
tinle that tbat high morality laugbt by
e-u can but better the condition ol
mankind, and tho nearer all live to hi
example, bo they Christian or Jew,
tho bctttr it will bo for mankind
There are, Indeed, many who would be
thankful to anyone who would explain
how they might keep thoir faith in sci
ence and tbulr blhlo at the tamo time
Vet, when science attempts to explain all
thing, it goes t')ond its reach.
All of tho objections tothoChrlttlan lallb
have been met a tluminnd timet, and so
fnr as mott Christians are concerned, sue
oiifully overthrown. But to one like
myself who cannot lire by fnltb alone, and
at the tamo lime cannot object to that
high morality taught by Jctus and nil
who followed him, there cannot bo mucl
Ijvh for those who go about like ''a roar
ing Hi n" doclarlng that thoy havt
but ono object In view, and
that object to bu to tear do-vn thu Christ'
Ian faith, and tho Chrlitian God. To nil
such thoro tan bo but one end, and that
ond mutt bo their on downfall. If nny
man wuull tear down my house let him
build inn n I otter ono. "What l-uvo we to
hope for In any of the "ltms" in opposi
tion to Christianity. Yourt, 1'uuk.
IJROSS KUR COUNTY JUDGE.
Wo with to state at Ibis tluio that wo
believe Fredolloo limit, who it, us our
readers all know, a candidnto for county
judge, should bo olci t d to tt at oftke. We
nad com ludod, led to tuch conclusion by-
be consideration that this, being a pur-
onal canvart, wo might properly stand
ttlde and bo Hte, to not say anything In
ihetu columns in advocacy or in
Ihimiragcniont of cither of tho candidates
for the sevoral county otllcos to bu flllod
by the rotors of this county on tho Ortt
Tuesday of November ; but wo bavo re
considered that determination, and in so
far as it related to Judge Uross, havo put
ilasidii. Wo bavo dono this bocause cit
ain parties, influenced by prejudice, for
iho reason it may bo that ho would not
consent to cut down tho assessment of
their property, uould riot consmit to be
used by them, are meanly abusing Mm,
'raducing bis cbnractor in a cowardly
manner, and seeking thus to accomplish
Judge Uross is a man of character, with
.reat confidence In hi own judgment
and porlect indepeudunco of nil ring and
individual interests, lie it, wu know, in a
degree, tinctured with stubbornes, and
wu havo, on more than ono occn-ion, had
roason to complain of him on that no
count. He has not unfrequontly bad tho
iurancolo q.icUl.ui tbu infallibility of
our JudgwniMit, and tbu audacity to not
ilow u to bitvu I rout tlu county all wt
wished to lake, and v.t luvo occnrlunullv.
hi consequoncu of this failing of
tilt, indulged in words which
thu genllo J'Jiilifp Houarl bat laluiled
'cus words;" but, general1', after indul
gorico in tho "sobor second thought," w
ooncluied that llron bad acted
thu part of u conscientious ofllcer
that bo wat onlitled to praise rnlher than
blame, because at hii ollicer bu would
know neither Iriend nor foe.
When llross became a tnembor of tbo
county court counky orders brought from
only ilxty to eighty cents on tbu dollar,
i rid thoro wuro hundreds of eatates which
bad been uuauttlud for years to thu disad-
vantngo of widowt and orphans
md tho scandal of this com
munity. In a short limo, and ad-
mlUedly bccauio of tlin ollortt of Hnim,
county order were brought to ptr. It
may bo a strange, stntemont, but this i
trut tat certain gentlemen were angered
by this fart, and to-day aro denouncing
Uroi. IJecauto ho benefllled tbo public
in Ibii manner to their ppcuniary ditatU
vantano, county order speculator! are now
eekicg to induce tho public to help tin m
ecuro revenge by llrots' dofeat. Hut tin,
'lay when thU " ring " could lead tbo
people of Alexander up to the polls by
their notet and lay to them : " Voto at wn
bid you," bus gone by. Tho people have
comn to tho conclusion that thoy will
mike moro by voting as that
nntr wiabes them to not vote.
Hut Judge ISrosi has giver, oflonso to an
o'her class to ttow-paced adminUtrators
and lary uuardians. Whon ho first en-
terol tho olllco of county judge, in trans
acting probato business liu requested
a Iministrators and guardians to do their
duty promptly ana faithfully. In many
instances thl. request was disregarded,
and being repeated was disregarded
again. The Imprrrelon soomod to pr 'Vail
that the old rule of do wbHt you ploten
when you please anl bow you please,
which had prevailed sinco thu foundation
of thu c unty, would not be disregarded
by Judgu llross. This was a
mil ako. Judgo Broes was m t
forgetful of tho fact that as probato
j idgu be bad In hit keeping thu iritcroit
of wldowt and orphans, and ho conmltid
the law, not the withes of administratort
and guardlant. When they refuted to
teltle, he mdo them fettle. No matter
who the admlnlitrator was, if bo refuted
to do bis duty Judgo llro.s B,nt
tho iherjir after him and com.
pelled him to do it. Wherefore
we applaud Jiross, but wherefore all
the admlnlttrators he has "cited" are de
nounring him, and endeavoring to defeat
him for the office in which hu lit been
tr'ily tho widows' and orphans' friend,
It it tbo men who complain because
iirott would not rnnku thir allotments a
aong, and thu men who would liko to have
county ordoM depreciated, and adiuinii
trators who have been coinpullud to do
their duty, who are active aglntt Ilror,
In our opinion it It loinu of these nun
who, in Sir Landen'i ahionco from the
city, aro endeavoring to manufacture him
into the opponent of .ludga llrot. Hut,
wu believo, Mr, Laniden will not consent
to be ui-d In thlt way, and we are utmost
sure thu pflopl will not penult Judge
Droit to be defeated by such a combioi-tlon.
EI'ISTLE OK THE WllONOED
lielng (ielamo J, wo entreat Cor. 4, 13.
Mn OnKiiLT.' I sco by Tui Bullitik
that during my absonco you havo not been
as careful of my charactor as you might
v. been. It my casu is similar to
I'aul's 1 may Imitato the example of tho
Apoitle, and "ebtroat" not retreat, not
run away, not Dght but Jutt gonlly.
arnetly"entreat" tbat 1 bo heard in lelf-
In your paper of Septombor 17th there
it ptloliahuU, for a prue paid, a llttlo re
port of tli. c.te of Jacob Bradley, tent
from the association, to bo publiibed early
in Tiik llULLMI.s In advunco of thu
mitiutet becautu (ai there stated) of its
"bearings u ion tho cauio of morality
and religion in Cairo." My name was
not on tbe paper, an 1 wnt purposely with-
holderi and left oil' of It. But see what is
placed ut tbo head of thu article A fur
the lino In largo capitals "Loo an Slketeii
IX A Nkw Rolk," then comet thu;
" Loiian Sleeper it nover happy unlet
at war wi ll tome one. Having 'genu lor'
the Itiiv. .Mr. buru4, abd got lelt ho ba
concluded to try his hand on Rev. Jacob
Putting my natro any whore about 1 lili
piecoatall could not but bo defamatory,
at I was not thu loadur in this business at
all. But hero I am defamed with chosen
words And In your nuxt weekly, whlc
goet more in tho country and uriy damage
more, I find in a separato column, edlto
rial notice, as follows:
"Tho Ruv. .Mr. Sleeper Is at busy nstho
buy beo at the work ot crusblng our col
ored Baptist ministers. Having disposed
of Rev. Mr. Shores, hu is now crushing
Khv. Air. Bradley."
Now, Mr. Oborly, this Is not truo. It is
not truo historically j it I not true cata-
gorically; it is not truo metaphorically;
i7 U not true at all. And if 1
could think it was intended for prophecy.
I ihuuld surely ul Mr. Denton to help
ridicule and demolish while hu is boro and
in the butiner!.
I do know verily that whatovor Shores
or Bradloy may sty of mo in the streets,
or anywhere, can damago mo very little
or nothing; but not so of sanction and
ondortement in point, und coming from
respectable sou re t. I beard of this defa
mation ! Bradley's b lore I loft Carlyte
and Belleville. I provided myself with
two certificates one from thoclork of tbo
association and thu other from thu vener
able moderator, sotting lortli carotutly
and precisely tbu part 1 a 'led in tbo ruse
of Jncub Bra Iky, and ho I stoii'ly re
fused to act on thu commlttto only upon
the condition that Bradlev would itaU
before all that hu had nothing whatever
against nw and regarded me as
a p'ir-onal frlen I. Thl ho did plainly
ay buforo all, tbo question being put to
I will not ask you to publish thcto ccr-
tUciOt. I will liu convent if 1 can fbow
and read them broru thn church and
every colored church in Cairo if any occa
sion shall demand.
Mr. Oberly: "taing defamed, wo en
treat.'' There it fullering enough for mo
that l riot avoidable. I. el me not be ai-
lowi d to sulfur alonu what I shall bu ublu
to bear, ion may deprecuto tho same
evils hat I do In this plnco and in the
tin world. AV bother you btivo the same
ultimate of the curative that is working
and that camo from hoaven, I envy you
your opportunity as a journalist here, pop
ular as you' parcr it, to help every cauto
that is t,ood. Yours, Re-puctfully,
Lon in Slk brKn.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
HOW VANDEIUtILT SETTLES
JULIUS WADWOKTII NO.M1
MATED A1JA1NST SAM
New YnltK, October - '1 hn limit of
settlement between tho Union Trust com
pany and thu Ltku tjlioru railroad, was an
oll'ur from Co modoru Vanderbilt of 3,
0 and 'J month" notes with collateral.
INJUNCTliiN KKll loll,
John K Koley, who tied up Controller
Connelly by an injunction, atked Judgo
Barrel to-day for an injunction to re-itraln
C rilruller (iren from ilutalllng clerks In
Ills otlb'o to do thu work of the chamber
lains office, abd from other irregularities.
Thn Union Trust company a lom,
$1,760,01)0, to Laku .Shore railroad, havo
been sutitluulorily adjusted,
Steamshipt Franco trom Liverpool, and
Kronu l'rtna and Rhuin from Bremen,
Julius Wadswurtb has been nominated
for congres by tho Apollo hull Demo
crats and ltiiiblicin, in thedutrict for
mally repfesunted by Ululate Jat, Brouki,
Wahiiinoton, October i!l For Satur
day in thu (iulf slates south and west
winds, riing temperature, threatening
wenthur nml occasional rain. For South
Atlantic tiatbt Increasing tea wuult with
cloudy weather, clearing away by Satur
day night. For Middlu and K.iern
Hates tomb winds with partly cloudy
weather. For Lower Lakes south winds
higher temperature, prulty cloud v and
clearing weather. For tho Norlhwett
rising birometor, weather cold, northerly
i7liids For tint Upper Lakes and Ohio
Valley norteweit ami Miuthwott winds
and clear or clearing weatlmr.
LflViariLbR, Octoiier il Tlio grand
lodgoof thu Kentiicky Maiont closed to.
day. Among points decided In adopting
thu reports of virion rnmmlttees, aro
thai the disability of voting andnillie
holdliiL' cannot bo linnosed. nreviiini i
the tiispention of due., that tho inandiiet
of the grand matter must be obeyed
when the grand lodge is not iu lenlun
TIIR NATIONAL BOAltD OF
TItADH AT CI1IUAGO.
UESU.Ml'TION OK EVU'MB 1'AY
MORE AID FOR THE MEMPHIS
MEETliNG AT COLL'MDUS.
SIXTY THOUSAND DOLLAIJS
IN SPECIE JE(M:iVED
THE KENTUCKY MASONIC
COTTON FOII CniltEXCY UEH.
T1FIED CHECKS WON'T DO.
Ottawa, Ont, October iM Tho royal
commissioners In their report decliuu to
avail themselves of the purumsloti given
to express any opinion on evidence ru
gardlug the l'aclfio milrosd awuidat.
FHOM FIIiTaDBLPH I A.
I'lltl ADELl'ltu, October 21 In thu
oighth championship gnuiu between thu
Motions and Atlilettc, tbu latter were vic
torious by a scoru of -1 to 5.
Daring tbo past 24 hours snow has
fallen between Laramiu and Urein
river. Dtjptb I Inobes. It it now mow
ing ut Cheyennu Kn detention to trains.
llUIOKl) TO HEX I 11.
EVANSTILLK, October 24. A special to
tbu Journal, trom Union Lily, Kentucky,
reports thu destruction by 11 ru ut thuhuusu
ot Thot, Harris, colored, In wbi:b Ms
chili was burned to death. Thu lick
motaer was retcued.
COLUMnus, October 24 Tho Demo
crats uf iblt city huld a miuliiig lo-nicht
to exehuligu congratulations over the re
sults of tbu rue jo I uluction. O.iu hun
dred guns wtru fired in Capitol square
and i display of fin works was witm.ioJ
by teverul thousand peoplo.
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
FACTOR AND HlHTKIiS.
New OiiLKA.sh, October 2-1, A tnfet
ingef thu laclors nml sliippers was held
thUuveuiug, to consi ier thu recommenda
tion uindu by thu comerencu of factor and
bankers, pasted n resolution to mil cotton
for rurrency only nf'er November 10, and
all talet tbat aru now made, for certified
Boston, Octobur 24 Major l'iercu
pretided over tho loeuting on exchaligu to
day, at which add'Ciscs worn tnntlo and a
coinmitteo appiiiiiled to raltu molmy, eto..
for yellow lever eutlurert at Jiimijiliii.
Liberal eub-criptioni lire being madu.
All thu mill at Lawrence have com
menced running utid t liu Bayttalu Iron
works ha ttipindud, making neeesjari
tuo discharge of 2tii) men
I.HSH it v rmr..
Clt.vklani), October 24 Tlio exact
lost by thu lint at Coiimiiug & Co.'a yet
lerduy morning, canuol yet bo ascertained.
Thu trout of thu building It in good con
dition. All thu hookt and ofllcu furni
ture oftbo company saved, and tho con
tents of thu tafo aro found in u perfect
condition. Lost on building anil contents
about !?125,nu0; insuranco about f75,000
FROM NORTH CAROLINA.
All) rolt 1IF.HI'11I3.
Ralkioh, N'. C, October 21 Tho
bishop ol thu Kpirtupal diocesoof North
(!arolina hut Usui d it pastonal letter, re
quiring tha. an immediatu collection le
taken up in all cunt relations ot thu dlo-cos-)
for thu benelll of Memphit, A con
siilerable amount hat been lorwarded by
dozens of Wilmington, to Shruveport und
BOAlll) Ol' TKAIJE.
CittCAOo, Ooiobur 24. At the afternoon
sroiuii ut thu Nat.onnl Boaid ut' Iradu
thu special ordur luing thu report ot tUu
coinmitteo on tluancu relating to thu re
sumption of rpeciu payments and thu cur
remy, was taken up, und tbu ilitcussluu
thenon oji.iied by 1'iw.idunt Fruiuy in a
tetiipuratf, pta'.'lical nilvucauy ut ihu re
pori, urging t-iu necetill lur u spuudy ru
euiupliou ol speeiu piymunlt, in urdur to
givu a epecio Vuiuo to currency was be
cueiury fur thu tradu and coiiimurcu of thu
nation. Hu lliuugbt thu country ordin
arily was ublu to maintain thu pretelil
vuluinu of currency, and nut inure man
tun per cunt, ol' tuch volume iu iuiu i ne
cessary as u basit under thu present plan
uf resumption recoiumunded. Hit ad
dress was lengthy, and rgument tpuciflu
and elaborate, and wat Isteud to witb
marked and studious attention. Muzzo,
of Boston, supported in general tho report.
Konzle, of Cincinnati, moved to amend by
i.dvislng specie payment, when thu debt i
I aid or luuded. Busby, of Philadelphia,
opposed thu report, unu prelerrxd no ac
lion at present, hut hold oil' and await de
velopments, and moved a subtitutiou
making botidt and greenbacks exchange
able, und favoring a Ireu bunking law
Taylor, of CluciniiAti, oti'orud a I'.ibilitute
lavoring thu contraction of gruonhick
currency at thu rate of two millions pur
month, commencing July 1st, 1874 ; pro
hibition of thu payment of interest on
cut rent deposit!, utc. Board adjourned
About sixty thoui tnd dollars in silver
coin was brought to thn city to-day by
Adams expren company from thu Phila
delphia mint, consigned to a national
bank and a firm of privato hanker who
am paying it out at par. 'I ho bullion
from which It wa eoinled wu Irons ono
of thn melting and refining works in thi
city, which It producing about 2no,on0
worth monthly, and all of which It will
continue to havo coined for circulation.
HUTU OK A 1'llUtU.S'rNT CITIZK.V,
Oipl C. W. For I, fur a long time con
n'Cted witli tho United States Kipres
company, at St. Louis, and formerly col
lector of internal revenue, furthest Loum
district, diid lliit evening at tho residence,
ol T B. BUckstono, in thli city, oi bu
ANoTIIKR ONK OUT,
Another ticket for municipal and coun
ty officurt wat tuin in thn Held to. lay,
beaded by II D, Colvln, agent for tiie
United States Kxpreia company, for
RESUMI'TluN OF sl'tClE PAY-
AI KN T.
INSTRUCTION'S TO DIREUTOltS
Waiuikoton, Ojtohnr 21. Outiland
ing ligul tenders $3Uu,35VI.8ti3,
Pursuant to views regarding reiutnp
lion expressed by thu president and sec
retary of tbu treasury recently, thu di
rector of thu mint hat buun making exten
sive arrangements lor tho coinage of both
gold and silver to an extent heretofore un
precedented, so as to bu ready for tho re
sumption ol spe"iu payment, there now
being largo quantities ot llioo mulais
awaiting coining. The first step In re
sumption bas been been taken, it having
t.oen ascertained to-day from tlio secro
tary of the treasury that thn government
will pay out silver as soon at it It profita
ble and conveniently coined for thai pur
Tho president has appointed William
O. Oradlle as pension agent at Luxingl n,
THE lll'ltEAU Of STATIf-TICa.
Monthly report No. 12 of thn burnsu of
statistics contains ttatltlcs ot mi r foreign
trade for thn fiscal year of lf)7.'l at com
pared with that of lri"2. Imports ol free
article in 1873 were tfJit.0S7 .ml; in 1872,
i20JlH),87fi Imports of dutiable articles
in 1873, ir.O.I08li28 ; In 1872. f I'.S 047
403. Domeitip. exports. In 18711.
UC8.C90 ; in 1872. $.'.01 tiM 803. Foreig.,
export In 1873, SI3,80-VI31 ; in 1872,
Til k surnrME COUItT K0CKET
Is very full und under thu now law allow
ing appeala and writs ot error from state
courts whenever the federal question it
raised must contlun to Increase..
SUITS FOR POLLUTING
A MON RIVER.
SMITH, HARPER'S CHIEF
DEATH OF HON. WM. STODDEN
SrutNOKiKl rj, October 21 "Vctturday
thu city brought suit against tbu Sanga
mon Distilling company tor polluting tbu
watort of the baligamon river. 1 hn wa
ter supply of the cty is drawn from the
river, and thu ntlal (rem thu distillury ami
the cattle' and hog pent connected with it
which tlowt into thu river very frequently
mkcs the water m uillliv that It it abso
lutely unlit for use. ThU it especially
the casu when there is a low slago of u li
ter A similar suit was ulso commenced
ignintt thn proprietors of a papur-mlll
which is located near thn distillery, thn
refue from which is emptied into thn
river. These etablls.mints aru located
at lloulet, four or tlvn miles abovu tbu
water works Them easel Involve thn
cnnttitutionalit) of the law which givet to
ciiie police Jurisdiction for tun mile In
each direction over water-course from
which such cltio' are supplied with water
Ily consent of parties, tho cn was con
tinued until ihu 10th of November,
tlK.ntl (' A I'ROMINKNTCIIIZE.V.
Win. D Chubery, Kq un old resident
of tni- city und principal proprietor ol
tlin Chonury House, was burled tit-da
Mr Cheuert caiuu to thu statu about forlv
yean ago, und fr thn past twenty years
hut kept a hold in thin city. Hi good
ness ot heart had endeared bun to all who
over met him, mid he leaven host of
friends who will over hold hit memory
green in their heart. Ilu was ruarlv
snvunty-eight years old at thu timo of his
ur.ATit or iio.v. wit. RTonrir.x.
Hon, Win. blodduti, tupuriniendunt of
insurance lor thla state, died very suil
dunly in tois city to-day, at about baif
past two o lock, Ilu had been in tbu rur-
vico ot the stutu und national government,
in various, capacities, for nearly thirty
years. During the nasi tivo year- bis po
sition us secretary ot thu statu board ot
equalization and hi etlortt in remodeling
thu reVenuo system of the statu have
brought him prominently before ihu pub
lic; and at superintendent of insurance
ho had gained a national reputation, tuch
us to call forth tho encomiums ot the
best insurance) authorities in thu country
Ho wus an indefatigable worker, and over
work, (specially during thu pint two
months with tho statu board of uiualiza
tlon, may bu attributed at thn cause of his
death. Hit sudden taking oil it a seriou
lost to the statn, and it will hn long bef, re
no can ho found who can nil his place
Hu luavut a widow and tlvn children, to
gether with a very large circle of friends
to mourn bis untimely death.
Tho United Slates grand iury this after
noon returned a verdict against Albert T
Smith, Harper's chief clnrk, for eml ezzln
munt r.f government funds. Ilu will utk
for un immodiatn trial.
A GANG OF UTKS AT WASH
INGTON. THE LAST OF THE FILTHY
Wasiiinoton, Octobur 21. A delegt
tlon ot'Cruw and Utu Indians, accompali
pained by tho secretary ot thu interior
anil thu commissioner ol inuian utiairs.
t'l'day paid their respects to I'rosldent
(iraii't, und, alter un iuierchaiigu ot ex
pressions ot good will, thu entlru company
enjoy ol a walk through thu grounds ut
inched to tho Whim House. At thu
gieon house the Indians were presented to
.Mrs. is rant and Miss ZNoIIIh, wbun thn
chief of lliu Ules said that as thu presi
dent was his father Mr, Grant muit bu
his mother and Miss Nellie his sister.
Yesterday while on a visit to tho navy
yard, during thn firing of (iatlln anl
other f n ns and tbu parading ofioldiers in
the presence of thu Indians, thu wifn ol
lllackfi'ol asked him- ''Why do you not
buy such gunt to light agalnat tbo Sioux
with and why do not tho soldiers march
iiguinst tho Sioux atthny are inarching?'
Sax Fiuvcim'o, October 24 A dls
patch from Redding, California, hst night,
ays; The arrival thlt afternoon of thu
remainder of thu celebru'ed band of Mo.
does, created quitu a tenta'.ion among the
people generally. From every quarter of
thn country peoplo enme, ex peeling to inn
smoothing grand, but thn Modoct, though
historical, am anything but utft-MivHln
appearance. 1 morn lllthy, Insignificant
hand of Indian could not well I n Imag
ined Princess Mary and thn widow of
each arrayed in deep mourning of tar und
islin. t..m .L..l. ..t .1 I I. I... 1 . .1
bua unvii oi niuir hiuuiuu. ;i.ii
look at It they had layed out all winter
undor an tiali heap. They letl hern on thu
cars ut 0;3U to-night fur their homu in
Wyoming territory. Captain llssbrouek
with X0 men of Battery B 4th Artillery,
and Company O, 12th Infantry, will es
cort them to Choycnno, Lleuts Tyler
and Andprson with thu remainder of
Battory B will procerd to San Francisco,
wheru they cxpoct to arrivo to-raurrow
POISONING CASE AT
SENTENCED TO RE HANGED,
EX-POSTMASTER STEWART OF
ALliA.vv, New York, October 2t.
Shw. who wis convict d alSmdv Hill,
ashington county, of thu murder of hit
wifu ami children try pol-ori, has linen
tentencnu io bo Iiangud on r riday, rio-
vi inner its.
KvASA!vit.t.it, Octoler 24. -Thn Mmir
nal' lias prtvalu a I vices from llnoktb!-
vllln that throw suspicion on the tenants
of (inorgu Wolf, who was murdercJ theru
TWO AbblTIO.S'At. l.VniCTMXNT.
I'lTlSft.'llO, October 2J Two additional
Indictments, ono fot paying thu other lor
forgery, worn found by thn grand jury ot
tbu I'nltn i Ststet district court ol West
ern Pennsylvania, ngaintt Kx-I'ostmaster
Stewart of thl city city to-day.
UKoTiir.it. i.v-Litr i;.ncioNin.
BoTo.t, October 24 A coroner's In
Oil' tt. held on thn hodv of .Mr. K. .Me.
Cinln, found dead on 'the sidnwalk near
her residence, hn resulted in the holding
f her lirothor-in-law for tho committal of
New Yoiik, O.'tob-r 24 ft.pt' Sam
N. Sm'lh, reiding on Long Ulanu, lias
I n arrested on a chargn madu by a sor
vantglrl that hn compelled hor to give
nit witu pulton.
PROGRESS OF THE DISEASI
REPORTS FROM MEM I'll IS AND
RAINRRIDGE, GEORGIA, HAS
LITTLE ROCK'S TURN NEXT
AT II U.MIIUIlOK.
Savannah, Georgia, October 24. The
yellow lever ut il.iin bridge, Ueorgin, it
ten cases thus fur, Hindu, of thu popu
lation IS tbrealutieil.
A r MONTOOM KIIT.
MoNTOOMS.KY, Alabisina, October 24
Four dentlis trom yellow fuver during
putt twenty-lour Hours,
AT LI1TLE HOCK.
Little Rock, October 21' Dr. J. W
Boheiniun, n proioineiil physician ol this
ciiv, uieu lo-uay in wnal It generally Ii
Moved to hn yellow fever. Mr F il
Moody, another old and prominent cli
7. en is down with the same disease, an-
not expected to recover Both of th-
gentlemcn had charge of the quaraniin
between ibis cily and Memphis, anil it
supposed they contra ted thu illea
atihIo examining tluuing ptrtln. Con-nl-urahln
exi'ituiiient over thu fuVur, the ugh
oo learn at u unieriuiueu.
Mi.vtnilii, Oetoher 24 The Young
Men n .-odalny society make an appeal io
aid trom similar societies of other cities
Thn mortuary report up to ti o'clock I
yollow fever 23, and other causia 4. The
prospect urn moro ftvoratilo than tinc-
thn llrtt outbreak of thn fever. Tim O Id
Fellows sum up their los-e as tollow
28 membors, fi members' wives, and 11
children, leaving 20 widows und 'ih or
Slir.BVEI'ORT, October 21' Mortuary
report: Isaac lnbn, iI4 ; r red sweotzor
I months ; T. O Jariain.
FROM SAN Fit A.N CISCO.
TIIK TIlltEK IIROII1EKS,
San FitANCt-O", October 21.- The great
snip i breo tirotiiurt, lormeriy anderbili
wat towed to tea this alternoon by th
tug Neiituno and Rxscuu. Thousand "
pooplo collec'.id to witness her departurn
alio was saluted by all tbu Vestuls in the
harbor as ihu went out.
VlcKenuito, October M Down; R K
Lee. Up; Leu, Henry Anns, Capita
C.ty. outlier cool und cloudy. Rivei
Nkw OitbTA.vs, October 21-Arrived
John Maudu, M mphis. Departed: uli
Mlvur, at l.uuls. leather cluudy, pluis
Namiivillb, October 21 Itlvor rising
slow y, tixtten tnclius on ttioult. eulhui
cloudy and cold.
1'iti' mumi, Octobor 21 River falling
8loWi;tun leut nine incher in iluuiiel;
A.legiieny luporttU rising above. Wualh
er clear and cold.
Ci.nc N.naTI, Octobor 21 -River C feet
1(1 nbd elsing lowly, D,.parlid: Abd
Wbuel.ng, Urubitu Statu and Ashluad,
LvANsVIbbK, October 24 Clear cold
and htiivy Irusland leu thlt mm lili g; mur-
curyailofiO Jtivur swelling a little. Up:
Kddyville, Fnyeltu and ltubcrli. Djwu;
lirauelord. Butlness light.
Louisvu i.k, October 21 Kiter slowly
rising; li I'nul 2 Inchut in channel Arri
ved: lien lluoll, Cincimiali; ftandy, Tr- y;
Kurel-a, Cairo, D parted: lien Ituuil, Cu -
ciiinuli; Sandy , I rop-
St Luins, Octobur 24 Arrived: Cfin
ton, iieokuk, Ulllott, Meiuplils. DiliarL
ed: t lioton, Keokuk, Kouiif, Uoiliiian,
New Orliians; Dolphin, Upper Mississippi;
Colorado, Mumpliis, River lulling. WeHlh-
MKHfitie, October 21. River rnm tlx
21 inchu. tn thn luit 2l hours Arrivals:
City ol Holer u, Vicksburg; City ofChut
ter, St. Louis. D.parturei; S'uddnr und
City ot Cbeiter, St Loins; Ci v of Vioki
burg, Vickshurg; Babhago, Nuw Orluitn!
Clear, uud cool.
1 A II ICE l' K!-:i'01lT.
Vr.vr York, Octobur 21, Flour rnther
mom active; but uochangud
Whiskey n sbudn oasier onj5;9
Wbeitt lowor; Iowa spring $1 28; No 2
Chicago tl 3Joill !i3; Northwest tpring
SI 33; winter red We.torn St 4Dt 4.
Fork dull and a shado easier; now meit
Barley moro active and a shade firmer.
I7'8c! sail 68 ftOcj high m zed and
y How Wntlern U fjc.
t)als butter; nuw western mixed 483
6 1 f.
rtugar anu moiases uuu,
St. I.i. ft October 24 II mnmndnrata
demand uoi'imiiged rates rates.
Flour dull and weak, nominally un
changed. Wheat dull and lower; fso z apring 51;
No 3 re I lall $1 SOR I 30 in car lot; No
2 sold at $1 5!m1 of.
Corn dull; Iu I mlxeii regular 43ju.
Oats dull and lower; No 2 12032 t.
Ilnrlnv dull and tlwtak: No 2 iurin?
$1 3n I
ItynUUII and iironpiog; iu i oso.
Fork dull and unchanged.
Dry salt meals quiet and unrhango.
Bacon Ir. good demand. Clear rib 7k
cash: order lot higher.
- . . . - .
I,M quiet; iimmnr ileum ijc.
U hi hi iliitl unit I iivnr! round lots not
la'ealno over 8 -087 ; in small way 8!g.
t. allin quie ; luierii'g moiiy low ijiiti
By; Inferior and rnrininn flfi-1 7f; m.
l urn tolfalr $1 87jfo1; Texan Jl COQ.
2 iu; ttlnterd f2 ofV2 75.
Hog quiet 13 i-scjl.
N KW Out. can, Oclobnr 24 Flournnly
itv irinlu ilemand: trublu $7 EiOnY.S fith
family illoTiO 7,'..
Corn In butter demand: Yellow mixed
77joT)78" ynilnw und hito fcOc.
t lat rr,Qi)..rrt'.
Bran quint 15,
Hay. suntily und demand limited; primo
to ehnlcn t'.O.
Fork, no dntnand; olln ingt at 1G 2b,
ILnns ,i,lw r..full ilntn.nilt nhntllllert
7Jc: clear rib 7e; hums, no demand, offer
Lard, tierce ill demand at Hjr'ic; keg
"Whiskev iiuiet: Louisiana 93c; Cincin
I AN KM
THE CITY NATIONAL
OAl'ITAL, . 8100,000
W, V. IIAI.LIUAT, I'reshltoti
IIK.MHT I.. IIAI.LIDAV, Vio-Hr-.IJs.l
A. II. MAKKOlU), Oiuhleri
a ALTttK HTsLOP, Oil.lti Oiulor-
Htuti Tailai, Kuiitr It. OcasiaaHsj,
Itiai I.. lUlxiu.l, W. p, II. liu. s,
Iso. D Wiuimus, HTtrma Hikb
A. II. tfisr inn.
(irbKMin, ft. In kdiI I'hIkmI ncnle
Is4llli3sl li4SUS4l Htld SS.llll,
DEPOSITS recelTr, nn-l -nrrl Uoklm
PIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. IV. Mii.i kh, I'r. sldrnt.
J. M. I'm I.ll'H. Vli-c-rre-lilrnt.
ClIAt). t'CIMMIIIIM, Cashier.
KJI.LKOTIONS FUOltlTLY M.iDK.
..X(1II A.Ndr. coin, bank OUtea BlI Uolt4
I j 4uhw -ourtts. iioimhl anil nl,1
luisrusi llua i.u i line Hrpoalta.
KNTEIiriUSE SAVING H
H.rlrrl Irrli II, lttl
OITY NATIONAL BANK, CMRO
S. .1, .7.1 , . lU.llii;!!,,
S. S. TAYLOR, Vlcu-l'rciildcnt;
It. UYdLOl', aecretary and Tn
A tl C 1 L-L-Otlh t.A.l.l.., .
i'. M. lutein, Oast. (Itimuia,
K. li.nria'tfLiTH, l'iil.U.riaea,
K. II. i;nalklaJ, U. I. ll.LtlliT,
J , M. PHUtlr..
Onpiialta il au Amusant HsMt tftxl Irons
Tsn nt" I'liwnrila.
r.N TKUKHT (inn on ilepnuiiK i th rale ol ll
par cent, per tDCtim, Mairh Island Hplsro
her tel. Utnrest not withdrawn It .iMrd iinmt
tUtelj to tie prinnlpal nf tha deposits, thcretf
WlnK thm rompotind Interest
MARRIED WOMEN AND OHILIiHEN MAT
to that an out aui oik mw it.
Opes assrj bUBlns-.f day from a.m. tn S p.m.,
and Maturdij t-.o lor HAVING DKPOdllt
anl.. from S in I o clock.
u- urui o r.i.r
ADMI.NISI ItATUR'SSAl K
of :dii:ible icnj prlwligu w lib good terry-
bout, at I'udiicah, Kciilucky.
On Miturihi), .Sincmher V. ut the liourol
I'J in., ut the terry l.iiidiui; in I'uililcub, Kt tl
tuck)', we will sell thu lei ry iuIxHiko (hat
liiKubotit IT yeurato inn) liclonglng to the
hue V. ' mi The lllinoin and .Siiiiirut
crn railroad crossing, ut thl- point, muket
this valuable propel ty. Tbe limit It nearly
nuw, unit h:ijtM lindcrL'oue thoroiitli re
p.iir.H. I tu iii ten miles un hour ug.ilnt tho
Ohio current, and lari;e cii"tii.'b lodo all the
btislnesa. On same day will sell oilior prop
erty too iiiimoroii to mention. 'Perm, it,
Hand II liionthi, with good security Willi lu
terctt liom dut.
Roils HT AMI IlKVIlV OaIIK.V,
Adln'r ol V O.iicn's csinte.
l'AUUCAH, Ky October Ift, IHT.'I lll-HI III
Byvlrtun of an execution to me directed
by the clerk of the circuit court ot Alexan
der county, Inthe slide ol' Illinois, In luvor
ot thu 1'lrnt National bunk ol Cairo, and
ugaint AllredA. Artick, I luvo IcV'cil upon
nil or the right, tlllu and Inleiest ol suld
Allred A. Al'l'icki in "lid to the lolloping
le-crlbed property, tlttiiitcd In Iho city fit
Cairo, county ot Alexander uud ttute nf
Illinois, to. nil: t'oinnu ncii.g thirty lite
(H.'i) lent north of thu Intersection ol thn
north lino of Thirl) -second street. II ex',
lelldcd III the First addition to said cily,
with tliu ciikI line ol loteu street In said ad
dition, thence aouth on said cast line ol
bevou street tlirco hiuidivd (.'itxi' feet;
lliencu cast ut rght iinglet to miUI levee
ireelnliiety(lll) teet ; thence north parallel
Io sab. Levee tn in t three hundred (i'.dojlei't;
uud theneo west to place ol be.'luiiili liltio
ty (Itl) led, tog, ther with all the buildings
and luiiriicuienlH lliercoli situated, us ulo
the rltiht (' t.ml Arilck to tbu ii-u of tho
ground beiwicn Iho ubovo described laud
and thu Ohio river, fortl o tutrposeol iralislt
ami triuiejioriiitlon to ami trom said liter,
and nil other right a ild Arrlck may luve
upon aald l-it mentioned ground, which I
hall otter ut puhliti file ut thu ou Investor
lyilonrol the court-house, in tuld city of
(,'ulro. on the sixth ituy ot Notemiier. ,
I), 18711, between thu hour of nino n'clooK
a ,m,, nml sunset ol sulilil.iy, f i c ili, Io m!
My said execution, A I.U.N II. HiVtN,
Sheriil' ol Alexnmlvr unity. Hl'iioli.
CAlllii, lilt , October 17, IBTII. 10-17 ddt.
(lirr NATIONAL HANK IIUIKDIKO.