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THK CAIRO DAILY BULLJSTLN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, IB73.
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iuliN H. UltKHbY. Kdlf .r and Publlshm
TK1IMB OK THE PAlLi I'ULLKTLN :
On week, by carrier &
Use ytar by carrier. In advance ..... 10 U
Ooeyrar by curler U not p. Id In
hi month, by mall
-hree month ?
Ont year lu VJ
TCHUi or WXXCLT bulletin.
One Yfr .. f ?
lbre Months W
ImirUbly In adtaucc.
nuIIbi welter on tvrrj- VW-
llox. D. W. Mu.s.v sings In the Presby
terian choir of thli city iind ii a candi
date (or itrgeaDt-at-arnii of th bouse of
Ttm latest nows of the Ohio elccllon Ii
to th tffect that the Kcpubllcans havo
elected their entire ttato Ucket with tho
exception of governor.
Citizen Uart challenges CiltzTi Den
ton to debate with him. Good. Hart has
pluck, but wo vonturo to ty Denton will
sot bavo heart enough tomet him.
subscription Hit It largf) enough, that
Uross ihould not be cloctoil Judgo, thai tho
money crltli Ii at nn end, that Old Dill
Allen Ii anything to ineezu at, that wo
grangers can be put down by the power Ol
monopoly. In fact, wo don I bulicve n
ureal many tliinuij but wo uu bcllcvo
the 'Sutr tnati Ii o.'ten off liti egij, and
that lio always brings out of hii egs tho
llttteit Intellectual cbiekoni ever pro
duced In tbli market.
gitsge of lttnan "hi itru.di alone," nd
will untlbtlmo writes ''Flnli" Rt tho end
of the world ahd clotet tho great volume
In which Ii recorded tho blitory of humanity.
A North Carolina negress by the
name of Lena bai proclaimed herself to
be God, and has a mnctuary about a mile
from Drown Marib .Station, on the Caro
lina Central railroad, tho bits about (ev
enly follower, who worship hor.
Tnx Booth of California t cemi to be tho
coming man of the grango, and Thurman
the coming man ol the ancient memory.
How would Thurman for president ni d
Booth for vica presidont do 7 Would'nt
they beat Grant for the third term? Them
are the questions.
Tn city of New York ii anticipating
an epidemic of poverty and crime during
the coming winter. Thu financial irou
blei have thrown many tbouiand of per
iod out of employment and it il belluved
there are now not lest than twenty thou
sand people In utterly dettUuto elrcutn-
ttances in the city, and that tho nutiilcr
will be increased to II fly Ibouiand us thu
winter comet on.
Tns success of the Drmocratic parly in
Ohio hai given tho monopolists ot ibis
lata a new battle-cry. In Jackson count
tbo Kadicals aro shouting: " Don't you
'see tho Dimorratic parly ii not dead?
Vote themforo for tho K-pu bl icatj candi
'dates; a vote for thu (armors' candidate
'is a vote for tho Dumoora.io party." A '
right j go in, good lUdicals, il is jut pos
sible the people bavo tun yet forgotten
past prtjudlcet and can be UiU uWen in"
by such cbatf.
"We pity the man," saw tho 'Sun,
'who could pin hu faith to Ibu aleeVj i-I
' an itittdul who could di-gtlst I UK IIULLr-
' TIi." Tbo shot is u lair olio; ui.d e
p'.ra I guilty. Wo aro fur liom grac
Very far, and have a weakness fur mo tl-sh
puts ul tho world; but tho 'djii' m.tu i tu
Indefinite nn article, tbit, although sua
pjcled of devotion to ibo church, ho it
neither useful nor ornamonUl in ils sot
vice. Ilu.is a cyphur; and if ever lie gets
to heaven will bj cussod lillle nligul d
voled lo laziness, lie aill abandon Irs
barp, an I Uke lo licking lasses cudy m.d
utiging on llio Jisper Kali-s.
THE NEW STATE.
The Chicago 'Times' does not agree
withTitK DULLETiNintho bcllut thai tho
" tato of Chicago" should bo comprised ol
the entire north part of tho present stita
of Illinois. The 'Times' believes that
Cook, Dul'agnand Ltko counties should
comprise tho proposed new state, became
small states aro tbo best governed and
thoso throa counties would mko a small
state. Tbo 'Times' wanls to got out of the
statoof Illinois becatiio tho stato of Illi
nois Is too inrgp. Wo sgreo with tlo
'Times' in the opinion thai Illinois is too
largo fur g"od government ; it is too larao
at tho north end. Tho siz? of the north
md has worked tnlschief to tho
south end. At tho north is
most nf tho wealth, and that wealth is
not tnxtd nl moro than hall its value. At
tho south Is liltlo wealth but every cent
that is hero pivs tuxes. At the north
nbido most of the voters, tind they always
voto to tbo disadvantage of tho south
Thus llio north part of tho sta'.o opprtssos
the loiith part. Wherefore wo are willing
that tho north purl shall go hence, and
without delay. Wo want a smaller state,
so that wo may bo belter governed.
I'ho sumo reason that makes
tho 'Times' so solflsh as to desiro a very
small state leads us to deprecate tho wib
of thnt paper to compel us to re
main in a slate as largo us Illinois
would bo with so (mall a pleco of its terri
tory as lies within tho limits of C"ok, I)u-
l'agu Hnd Lako cut oil. Tho 'Times' should
be fair. It is not fair lodcsiro nil good for
oni-self It is the south ruthor tbun llio
north that hat rutlered from tho slza of
Illinois, atid consequently wo wish to get
into a small stato. Wr, thorefore, sug
gested that Cook ihould tako In her sccos
sion all of the state north of tho south
lino of Sangamon ; but, wo aro inclined to
bo nccotn.uiodntlni;, and.allhnugh tho pres
ence of.tipringfluld in any stato is to bo de
precated, to gut rid of Uhictgo, wo would
not object to a lino run across the ilato
iiurlh of Sungatuon.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
AIT 1HS IN WALL
STltUHT Yl STICK-DAY.
ALMS'S .MAJORITY IN OHIO
KlUHT II UN I) UK!) AND
U. 8. EXA.Tli CjUMlTTJte.
CtNCINMATI. October J". I ho United
Slates seimto comuiltuo to-day met thu
commtlleos of llio bmrd of Undo and
chamber of co'iimerco. A statistical re
port of tho commerce of tho Ohio river
cities nd towns was read, fooling' up sev. n
hundred hhu sixty millions ul U dials an
nually ot tho coiiimurco of Cincinnati,
tonether with rates ot relght by rallioad
:id wtler comparwl, utid sieambo t Inter-
et. In (onnectioli Willi ibu teporl tlio
(Inl cotnmliieu orosented recummeiidH-
tion to congrex in improvo the tiavigiiblo
rivers; lo eiinstruct great water I loo,
with its own olllces, and retain control of
le same, and it to extro-(ed tho opinion
that railroad lines, however niimcriu,
could never supply the uo of water
cuurses as n mearis'of meeting the entire
commercial wants nf tbo count rv This
fternoon lh senate cniiiinitteo visited tlm
suburl s. nnd to-night they are in confer
pnrn with tho committees of tho two
T1IK TUANSl'OHTATION COM
M1TTKK TO VISIT LOUIS
A ITMIIKIILANI), MAUYL ND,
CO.M.MKHCK OF TUB OHIO HIV-
Kit CITIKS AND-TOWNS
BLOODY SHOOTING Al'FIIAY
DEBATE IN THE DOMINION
ST. LOUIS HANKS RESUME CUR
HKNUY L AY MEAT.
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT SYRA
CUSE, N. Y.
THE STOKES MURDER TRIAL
FROM NEW YORK.
Thomas WlLsox i. in, llio country pre
cincts electioneering. One of his strong
bold it opposition to tho Cutro and Si
Louis railroad. Uu says ho is opponed to
it, and will if elected repudiate tho bonds
already issued, and prevent llio issuing ct
any more. When did this chango come
ovr the spirit ot Ills dream? If wo are
not mistaken, Mr. Wilson wus the big man
In the citizen's couimltloo which brought
pressure to bear on Judge Dross wuiu
be stubbornly refuod to place tho bonds
voted lo tbat road in thu bands of trustee-,
If we mistake not Thomas and The Dul
Lktim were in search of a ropo to hang
Dro.s with, because ho was opposed to the
road. DulnowMr. Wilson is denouncing
it! Wby? "Who has been tulkitig to
Tiie discount! of i'rol. Duutun, in tho
CbristUn church, yesterday, was wonder
ful. It was a jumblo of tloquuncu and
both, good'sense and foolishness. Wlulu
w listened lo him we wore amazed. "Can
It be possible a eano man cai. tulk thus ? '
was ih question that tilled our mm 1 us we
listened. Hero Is a man who proclaim
Jesus to bavo been a fanatic, and de
nounces as a lie the story of tho toiurrco
tlon of Lazsrus; and yet Lo declares ihat
he hu clasped the hands ot pursons who
bad been dead for years clasped them In
broad daylight; that the spirits
of dead peoplo hitve written
lelteri to blm; ib,t h.t
kuowi tbe manner in which the sptrii
leave tbe body and what kind of a wurid
ii boyond tbe gravel Tbo tongues of lire
on the Day of I'entecost were nothing to
all this. We fdlt inclined, us the icolleri
on tbat day did, to say. "This man is
full of wine." Never before did wo listen
to iuca Incongruous gargon. And yet ho
may boa new prophet I Who can tell?
Out of juil luch rickety and crazy mater
ial are the Utter day prophets and Uaders
of ow school of rel glon manufactured.
TII AY ED'S SUN DAY NIGHT'S SEH
Dev. Mr. Thayor, of tbo Presbyterian
church of thii city, preuchod a very inter
eiting sermon (it wo miy cult his dis
courso n sermon) on Sunday niclit last,
tho subject being: "Who was Ji-iu
historical!) ?" Wo had listened to Prut
Duiilou tho Sunday night pruvluus leciuru
i.ti tho aubjerl. "Wb-t whs Juui? did
- ho riso trom tbo dead 1 1 and wo became
one of Mr. Thayer'a nuditors that wt
night bo enabled to judge between tho
Christian nnd tbo Infidel.
Tho coritral between tbo gentlemen is
marked. Prof. Denton is a slight iiiun
with u pale face. Ills personal
tippeurHiice indicttes that he
live! on unbolted flour, cold
water and an occasional spooulul of strong
nop. If ho had been a pupil at Djtheln.
hall hu would not have asked (or ".a ire;''
-ho meals of which Oliver complaiied
IK-nloii would probably buvo coiudured
leasts. He has an iulolleciunl, caro-woi n
look, Hlul tu all appearances Is not por
eased ol a tiilnd devoid of anxiety, lie
probably has n dread of ihut country from
whoro no tiaveler relurni in thu fleili.
On the other hitid, Uuv. Mr. Thayer is k
largo man , with a full taco ornitmunted
iv handsomo sldo whlskurs. lie is, Judg
ing from appjurances, a gool lioi, wlm
lakes delight in a Juicy piece of meat,
quail on toast, oysturs stowed, fried ami
raw, good coll'eo and tea iced or hot. 11
looks ul peuco with himself Hnd nil tin
world hs 11 ho might bo called and g.
willingly at any moment. Prof Denton
is a shot gun, and scatters a good deal,
without bringing down many birds, bi.t
when .Mr. Thayer discharges himself he
manages to wound if not bring down the
On Sunday night Mr. Thayor brought
tho game lo tho ground. He hit Prof.
Denton in a vital place. His dlscouifi
was excellent. Wo listened to it with
plcasuro. It win a learned production
md exhibited groat familiarity with hl
lory. The ellort of tho reverend gontle
man was lo ih jw that bisloiy recoguizud
the existence, tho greatness and oven the
rupernatural power of Jesus, and thu ol
fort was nol u failure. One fault of the
uitcource, attributable to thu brief ipaiu
of time for the dltcusslon of llio Mil ject hi
ENCOURAGING REPORTS FUO 51
Louisville. October l!7 A inecM dis
patch to thu Courier Journal, Iruin Cavo
ity, Kunltirky, states unit n u.tllculty
occurred to-duy between D. L. Orave-,
proprietor ot llio Miimmolh Lave hoto',
Hiid E. Wilcoxun, nn auent for llio cave,
which pistols were used unit several
shot wto tired bv both 'ptrtii's. Graves
r.Tplvei h wotinil In too iniwels.wnioh ll Is
thimght will prove fatal, Wilcnxen is
uriliur'. Cavo guides nml other persom
witnessed tho shooting, but woro unable
lo prevent It.
I.outsVILLK, Octobor i7. Tim wealthy
awvr. who was flint last week ny Uraw-
ford, a TermeSHidan, is sluwiv recovnrlni;,
nnd lir'nms suit agaiiist bin Hallant for
f 10,00 ) dainaco. Crawronl was admltti-U
to bail to-day in thn sum of $2,000, in de
fault of which lio wm remanded to Jail.
EWS FROM -MEMPHIS
TIIE D1SE 'SE HAS A ROUT HUN
New Yokk. October 7. Tho situation
in Wall street to-day was marked by un
nnsuilli-d foeliui:, uutuVornble rumors auU
lower values gunerally. Money Irregular
and oafV in tho morning at 7 and iitngtd
in 1 ;!l-17 until tho II ii tt I close. Ital
aiicea we n tillered at OfJi.lI. Sterling dull
iiUdas. 01; (U tit signt Uuvorinneiits
oIukuiI nl the lowest prices ot ihoday
Stale bonds nulei and nominal. Onld
heavy ; closed at 838. Currying notus
5dlb 1-0 premium, closing at 0 l-o.' pn
in ai m AMerli-U batiki lo-Uay gnlneu
IbO.lMIO In bgal lenders; nmnunt of these
notes leporleil between eleven and twelve
millions i.l dollar. UreenbacKS iioiiilunly
at JWiJ premium. Silver quutoil ul JJfu,'
nruiniu ii. ITeusurv ulstiiirremenia ao,
oOD. Untiom reewitiU Sl'Jt.OHl). Sloikt
vnrv Irreuular -, e.li uii uututtleil, but al
lli;lil advance from thn lowest point nl
to-day; volume ot biilnei lurcjo in
Wefturn Union, Lako Shore nnd New
York Central, but innderato in tho rest of
the lift. Investment shan wenk and
lower; Ido jfreniiwt ruriiro was I.aki
Shnre, between noU3 ; Now York Cen
tral bt-tweon 831(811 ; Weiterti Union
I'oiwi'en utQ,'l ; Nortliwi-sturn ln-twi-en
j't; WhI. h botweon 3Uf3SJ;
Ohio between 22j2.1j.
Ten thounml pounds aterling was ri -
ceived ut llio as!a otlk'o to-day.
itriKts 1 ltt.VL.
Mr. Trcmalnu went on lo arcuo that all
S.oku's moveiueiils Weill lo iiiuvo ubaclico
nt in uli e. At 5:16 o'clock, wnen Mr
rruiuaino had only got through the sec-
mid general head of his argument, the
It la stated that in tho case of Tulnter,
vim defaulting carhiur ot llio Atlanta hai.k,
liy nbloU ?4Ul,UO0 were loll, the defulisu
lll bo that tlio Ulreclors were llllly aware
-triil coiuontod to Tain er'a i-poculnllons
ivitti tho funds of tho bunk.
1IOUSK vr C'lMMONR.
Toronto, Ontario, October 27 A dn-
latoon tho ndilress in riply to thn gov
ernor gi-nortil'i speech op-ned to-ilay in
ttiu bousu ot commons. Mr. .Maeuotizio
named an amundmunt decinrlni; that tlio
rsonduclof tbo ministry with n gard to tlm
PhcIHu railroad, is worthy of tho suvure-l
ecu Mini I'nlliical circles are in n suite ut
M ATAMi'R vs. October 'J7 Tho forees of
tho statu unngro't of CoehU'tla, who liaVii
occupied Salno since tho defeat nf (J'-n
Sepliiiln. tho uuposeu governor, who lia
ttonn to Pieilras Ni-gras has about slxt
statu ot Li
f.il liiL-.ir. Itn.inc... In lln.
husla, gennrnlly ainpe nd-il. awaiting thu """aril room, are crowded will
salutlon of tl.ir local ofll-lal. I waltlnu' appli ;nt on. At noon tho
CUM BERLAND, MA RYLA.N'D.
AU KUITOK StIOr.
CfMliiMtLANl), Mil., Ojtobor 27 John
M. lbii-ly Una aftirmon fatally l.oi
Llnvd h. Clary, editor of thu dully
CoLUJtnu.', Octobor 27. Wm. Allen's
nit riihjirity for governor of Obi", is
li-ht huiidied nnd seventeen. luiiio
Wulsh'a iii-t iiiaV'ri'y for stale Ireaturer is
otio hundred and sevMily-seven.
Milwaitkkk. Octiibor 27. Hun John
F. Puttt-r, of IC'ter Proyer buwio knife
notoili-ty, is n cindidato for tbo statu eon
iito on llio Liberal Democratic ticket, in
AT LtTTLK BOI-K. I
Little Rock, October 27. Rin lait
oveniiig. Clear uml cool to-day. The
honril ot health pronounco no yellow
f iver cases In this city.
A I' bltKkVKlMKT.
Stinuvr.fonT, Oetober 27 Tnlegraph
pit all well. Intnrmnis ynsturdav : W
F Whiluiaii, Laura Cain, Duvnrdy Harris
Colond. To-dayi Jas Nathan, Ellt Hel
ler, Tho W Oill, Itobt Workman and
MoNtooMKKY, Alabama, October 27
Nino eutes of jt ll.iw ti-vt-r liavo bueli re
portcU hero for thu Inst forty eight hours.
The statu fair bus In en pjM"Oi)d trom
November 2d to thu lUlh. A heavy ruin
loll bero this morning, but tbe weather is
not cold yot.
llr.ow.vsvtt.LK, Om bor 27. One fatal
cnto of yellow fever having occurred at
Corpus Chrisll, the authorities Intro have
ordered quaniuitHo bolwroli thai city and
tl.is place. U. S. Cavalry have gone out
tu patrol tho roads arid proxont intercourse
betwien hero mid Oorpu. Ohrisli. A pur
ton who died al Corpus Ctiristi had just
arrived from CnliimhiH, wtioro thu fuviir
i very bad. As tho Northern mail cutno
through Corpus Chrittl thi-y will bo in
lurruptid. AT MKMflll".
Mkmi'IUs, OctnbtT 27 The Grand
Chaiicelor ot the Klilghtl of Pythias ol
Teiilns-eo, T. S. Juke., Usued the follow
inu ordi r lo day :
'To our liroihrun of tho order who lm"e
hi nobly responded to our appeal f r
Wu return sincere, thanks, nnd state we
have sullicienl lunds on bund to rulluvu all
Signed T S JUKK,
Mkmimiis, Octolt-r 27. Information
from all availablu si urce.- tend lo conllrm
tho oliiiiioti that Yellow Jick U d'iCreus
tnir. A warmor ralri id yesterday had no
Ilect to Increase tho number of now casi't
as leared. On llio contrary (ewer ap
nlitatiotis Ikivo ln-fii inadu to-day ih-n
inee tlm bi'gining of the p!n;ue. The
tinn In-null discharging them ns thuro i
every reason to hcliuve that tho scourge
freight, henvy .forty ccnti por hunditJ,
light flfiy cent. Hay ten dullnrt per ton.
Potoft tovnty-flvo cents por brr-l.
Horses nine dollar arid mulct loveti dol
luri. Coal flicts from Pittsburg bognti t
arrive to-day. First boat Tom Kocso with
three barijes, followed by the TnMi-Dod-worth
with twelve largei Shamrock
come from Lonton with three hundred
tons of pig iron Arrlvali! Pat linger
Ctnconniii; Ada HmIIiiiiii, Hendorsur;
Shamrock, Ironton; Sandy, Troy. Hope
and bi.rge. Pommy; llortha llrunor, Cin
cinnati. Dopartod: Pat ltoori, Clncin
natl; Ada lleilman. Hi ndrrson: Maiidv
Troy; Shamrock. Ironton; Ilurtha Urunor
X fl.t '
THE STATE CAPITAL.
INDICTMENTS I.Y THU U.
COURT GRAND JURY.
THE JURY DISCHARGED.
TIIE MINTS ABLE TO TURN
OUT FIFT EN MILL LION
' Wit believe," .. n,o croduloua man
is the 'Hun,' "Mr. Oberly U reccgnlred hi
leading disbeliever in oiircommunlty."'
True; w arc is diibelievei. We do ma
believe th 'Sun' man can get to heaven
tweaut he it afraid to lose a live-cent
place by laying a word against the Dan.
Ionian doctrines ; we do not believe, as
th friends of Prof Denton do, that tbe
tun rise! and ten In that gentleman ; wu
do not believe Christianity ii an insiiiu
lion tbat ihould be abolished becaue
Dtnton ityi It ought to he ; we do nit
IsalUva tbe doctrine of ihelnfllul ihould
AaorAmmadduwn anybudy'i thrust; vedo
(M believe the Christians are wise when
they C-tf at the power of modern skeptl-
thu reverend getitleman'i disposal, wa
that It tklrnmod over tbo surface of tbe
u'Jict, and failed to do Justice to the
ebaracter of Jesus. Thuro was not,
except at tho close, anything like
iduquunce in tho sermon. It was a
calm, dWpasslonato Investigation Into the
verdict nf hittur concerning .lotus; nnd,
without feellng-as eoully as a lawyer
thu speaker called one great inlidul writer
Hfter another as witnesses tor his cliutit.
This was probvbly the best waj to treat
bis theme ; but tho character of Jesus is a
subject upun which oulogj may ilvvull
without tiring, "The very oracles of tho
Pagans," sayi Chateaubriand, "itylod hi in
a man illustrious fur his piety, Tiberius
would have placed him in the rank of the
gods ; and, according to Lamprldlat,
Adrian orcctod tomples to him, and Alex
under Surveus venerated him among holy
men and placed hit imago butweon those
of Orpheui and Abraham." In all tho
Christian centuries thuro has been no
good great man who hut not paid tho
tribute ot praise to the merlti ot Jesus,
Strip him of divinity, if you please, and
be will Hill Hand Bono n n peculiar
Kri-atness, He died young very young
after a ministry ol tbreu years, and yet his
words and hii example have bad effect, the
mot astonishing In his history, upon tho
world. They have revolutionized morals,
and certainly have led thu world up to a
h'gber piano of rWlllntlon. It will not do
A YoUrilrUL MUllIlKltnR.
Win Scutilaii and Jaine-i Mc.Habon,lo!h
'a y. uiiiplnyuil in the riimu cslitblisl.mo t
quarreled lu-day, when Scanlau gVo Ml
ili lion it bviutii g. Mc.Mulan ran In a
elghboring c'ouery store, and stolu a
I ouio kniiu trom tlio coimt-r, uml loturti-
nig to the lactory, Hat.tj.il Scaulan
FROM ST. LOUIS.
St. Louis, Oclcbur 27. A special from
WhStllligtou to tho -Kvenlng Dlrpatcll'
latDBttial Si-crutary lticbarunii ns lhi
tgllallou wtilch ha eiiKUed tim e llio tin
iindiici niuiit ul hi inieiiliun nl the treas
ury lopliiCM currency on a silvur b.ii, ha
leteatutl thu ul'j cts he had in view, ami
hu has prolonged tlio limo of resumptinri
I'hooiUors n ceivid by telegrapti tor sil
vol Biiico I nuay wouid Uku nil the coin
In the treasury, and ho lias determined
iheruforo to ch ugu his policy, and not
-xcintngn coin lor currency, but pay out
silver only In part payment of hillr
againt thu goverruni-nt, say tlvo dollars on
unuli, and as soon as tho excitement and
-ubsldes and tho heavy order cease coin
will be exchange for currency.
All banks hero resumed currency pay
ments to-day. Nothing unuMial occurred.
I'hero is no excitement. Cnutlduricn in
the banks seems to bo restored. Thu de
posit exceed tho drafts.
Preparations fur tho priru light between
Tom Allen and Hen, Hnaii, to-morrow
aro about completed. Tlio cnuti-st will
cninn otr at sumo point down the river.
Allen lift tho city yesterday and Hngaii
departed to ilay They will he picked up
by tho excursion boat at tho mm down.
II th parties are under bond In keep the
peace in th stala nf Missouri. Gov.
Iloveridgu of Illinois, has instructed the
herlir of St. (.'lair ami Morrison coun
ties, opposito burn, to prevent tho flht on
Illinois soil If possible and in conse
quence of this It is prnbab'n that the bat
tle will luko place somo dl-lanco from tho
citv. Hutti men aro said to bo In splen
Sviucush, October 'J7--A tiro broke
out in Cnnaitota last night, which w
quenched this morning afterburning over
six acres of territory, destroying thrno
hotel, thirty-two dwelling and between
forty und Ufiv places of business. Total
loss, estimated by insurance agents is
l6i.n()0, Tho tnWl Insurance Is JOo.no.
The tiro was evidently the work of an In
t'indiary. Tho business portion of the
town was all destmyi-t oxcepl Uuchiir
block Tho cllir.ens held a meeting to
night and passad resolution! Irivltlnir po
fiiriiary air) of charital.le penplu every,
wham-and appointini! Mr. 1), II Hnsboclit
rusliliir nf liniln bsnV-
THE UTE IN MANS CONSENT TO
UK MUVE TO THEIR
ORDERS TO COMMENCE
WasIIINOTO.v, October '11 Tho secre
tary uf Hie treasury will issum orders to
I'omiueiico tho pavmenl of tiiVur nl New
York, liuhton, PhilaUelphia, llalumoro
and oilier leading cities where there uro
asslstunl troaeurerit or ileslgiiatuu ileposl
tone., to-morrow, in no ca-o will moro
than live dollars in silver bo paid to out
person, but over that amount in checks
being payable in greenbacks,
hopos to keep up tho pay merit of silver,
which will bo euiiimui'Ceu to-morrow, ei
pressiiii; tho opinion that ho will bo able
to uo so iinlrn h iuii n; un me treasury in
mado. and silver takeu out for thu pur
poSHof hi-ing hoardtd.
Theru is at pri-sent about a half a mill
ion dollars in silver coin in pmi ssien ot
tho giiverninent which II is tl.ouuhl will
lust some weeks, but thu work of coinagu
will still be tMitinued though nut moro
rapidly than lieri-toliiro Thorn is an
abundance of silver burs In thu country,
ami the capacity of thu mint- is Millb-ici t
fur thu cmn.go of about fifteen million
of dollars pi-r nil ii u in in sllvi-r, without
interfering with tho xoeptbui of that In
California Thero is but littl" silvi-r coin
in thu country now not owned I y thu guv.
urnmniit, aiul in order to prevent any
rush fur silver c in, tl o secretary will, iri
his orders respi-ctlriir th paymont ef that
coin, po'itlvelv forbid that moro than tlvo
dollar bo paid one person, no matter what
a til on n I may bo called for.
Tho Uto dolci'iilion had a Una! inter
view with the commissioner nf thu Indian
bureau to-day, when tho llurnutt treaty
wai aequlesed to, anil tho Ut chief prom
ised that thu Ulea now In Mi-xleu, some
five or six hundred In nuiiiber, should bo
moved to L' Pino ro'ervallon, in Color
ado. Thu Utcs weru Ifth to consent to
tho arranitf ment, but tbo commissioner
assured them if lh"ydid hot timvn to Col
orado, tho government would soinpul them
to do so.
WAHiu.fisToy, Octobor 27. On Tues
day, storm centre will con'.inuu lo more
oisl arid norlheast and beyond our siallnus
For Now England, fresh and brink sou'h
weiterly winOSj ponlbly with rain, clear
ing away during tho dy. For .Middle
stales, westerly winds and clear or clear
ing werlhur, followed by cloudy weather
Tuesday night. For Like regiuii, wester
ly winds vorrying to norlheast with clear
weather for a shorl time. For Northwest
and Southwest, mnnasing winds, rising
barometur and falling temperature and
cloudy or partly elouJy woather. For
Ohio Vil'oy, rl'int; luromotur northwest
erly winds and falling tempr-raltiro, ami
cloudy and clearing wuathnr Cautionary
New Orleans. Octobor 27 Flour
quiet; XX S7 25(2,8; family V(J.') 60
'..-. M a I.. J -O- . ...1.1... Ufl.
v"ni .iiiii, iiiiAru isv j wuiw cue,
Oats il tl 1 1 at tide.
Ilrnn quiet at SI li.
Day no sales.
1'orl: nominal at lCc.
St. Louis, ')clober 1!7. lloinii quiet
od to chiiico undiesied "uCt.il 10;
dressed f 1 .0f7rl 05.
I lour very dull, and only a tmall ordur
Wheal dull nnd lutlo dolni; ; No 5 fall
$1 25; No i! no .il A'JG t,i).
j.irn very null ami iiotiiitii umn i imi
tide of the river; -li'Jo bid October.
Oat dull and utisuilled i.t 32o elevator.
Ilarley dull : chnicu KutiiiS il 40 J do
Nebraska $1 37(5)1 -15,
nyo lower al $l u.i.
nisky dull nl 0Do
Po k dull at 13iI le.
1 1 aeon dull : small iah lots cloar rib 7c;
clear 7 Jo.
I. ii'il quiet; small lots renneu ajc,
II. ig steady 3J,5;4c.
Ciiicaoo, October 27. Flour, qtllot and
Wheat quiet wenk nnd lower. Nn I
ChiCrtiro spriuif II 07; Nn'J tl 03 cash.
Corn, oio n llrm. closed (lull ami lowor
No 2 37(Ti):t7 J cash; closing :i7o bol.
Oat dull ami declined, No 2 301c casli
or sollor Noy.
Provisions steady; pork Hi Doc.nber,
$1 1 January.
Lud, stendv 7f2,7jcr cash; 7s seller
Uulk meats uncha' L'ed: bacon un-
shunned; preen meals steady; Sales hams
0J(iy7o spot; 77o selljr Docember, ac
cunlinir to welisht.
Whiskey, quiet and weak 0?i(3,90c.
l!v ilrtuo of an execution to me directed
bytlieclelkof tho circuit court of Alexan
der county, Inthe state of Illinois, In favor
ot tho First National hank ot Cairo, and
at-aln-t Allred A. AirlcK, I have lev'eil upon
nil of the right, title mid Inlet eat ol said
Alfred A. Arrlck, In ami to tlie lollowllig
Je-crlbcd proiieity, situated tu lb city ot
Cairo, county of Alexander and state of
Illinois, to-wit: ommiticliig ttilriy-uve
(115) teet north of the Intersection ot the
north line of Thlrty-secoml street, It ex.
tended In the Flrot addition to rubf city,
with the cast line ot lcee street In said ad-d-tlon,
thence MHitli on slid cast Hue ol
l.vce street three hundred (bOO) reef,
thenco east at right anir,le to laid 1 evee
mreetnluoty l) feet; thelice north partlirl
to salu l,evec atrc-t three hundred (W)feet;
and thence west to place of begliinlliK nine
ty (!0) reel, together with all the building
nnd improvement thereon situated, a alio
tlierlxhl or said Arrlck to the use of thu
ground bei ween the above lcribcd land
mid the Ohio river, fortl.c purpose of transit
and treii-portatloii to und from said liver,
uud all other right lit) Arrlck may have
upon said Ut mentioned ground, which I
shall oiler ut public, sale at the sotlihwcster
ly door ot the court-house, in said city of
Calm, on the sixth day ot November, A.
D. Is7it, between the hour of nine o'clock
a.m., ami sunset ot said day, f ire.ish, to sat
hi) sulci execution. ALEX. II. IliVI,
Mieilir ol Alexander County, Illinois.
TAIim. IIS.. October 17. I7.t. lO ITddt.
w 1 1 it e &ca, "
(Succesior to I.. Jorgensen,)
Staple and FANtri'GnocERiKu
II ATS, OA Pi,
HOOTS, SIIOK3, c.
And In Country Product or ail klndt.
Corner of Twentieth ttr'et,
tTTA sudpIv of choice butter (rem uenk
f rn ilalrb ioiist"tly on hand.
omci: fAimi ani St I.ot'M It. It. 1
Ainii, III-., (c'ober2l, l.tM. I
mcelliigol tlm directors ol till com-
ji.tny will be lie 1 1 on i liuri-itay, tlio .;oiu
Inst , at 12 o'clock m., al thu st:ition-hnue
on the depot groiiuiN ol .ild comptuy In
the city ol Kt-tst. l.-nii-, Illinois.
10-21nl Si. STAATH TaYLOK, Pieldclit.
TW KM'V-IIU COUNT.
SfitlNOKlKLt), Illinois, October J0.
1 ho gri.mJ ju y of the UniUul aiales
cuiirl lias r turned two inure indicimuiits
uuaiiist AlLurt Smith, ilriiur eusblur
uud chief clerk. Too tlrst was for om-
b z.lemunt ot govoriiiiiunl motiry, and
nlir iiHHii: with Harper lo embezzlu
Tliii iiidu lineiit containt thirteen counts.
I'ho teiond is tor receiving bri es trom
disllllurs to influence bis acll 'U in ibe col
lection nf revenue on whiskey, and con
la ns tiireo counts-. Thu third charges linn
wlih fraud and ontispinng with others to
dutraiid llio Kiivoriimt-iil while hu was act
in i; as chief clerk Mild cashier ot Collector
Harper ten i-niint Thu throo indict
miinti onialn twenty-six counts or super
uto charge iigainsl hi in. Thuy present
a bad appearance, and il looks its though
ihuHttorneys fcr thu deful.so hid u hard
cao to balidlo.
Tho grand Jury ruturnod several other
indicimuiits, nmiilig which two of thu IV
km distiller aru charged with bribing
Mr. biuiih, while acting as uu ntllcer Hi
thu revenue servii u of tho government.
II. P. W'csterman, president nl the Pckin
Alcohul Manilfaeluillig cuinpany, is
charged witb having pii l Suiilii $l,iiU0or
$u,tUU lo tecuro his influuncu with the
collector in regard lo llio paviueiit ot
tans by tbo comfany. Another indict
mulit Is agninsl David T. Thiuupsnri, hii
ottior Pukin distiller, and is very similar
to the Indictment last nii-n iiori.il, dlllur
ing only in amount of tho alleged bribe.
Thero is also an indictment against Levi
K, Parsons, ex-deputy collector nl Pokln,
for em tu zzloment
It has not jet been decided whether the
cases abuvo referred to will bu tried al
the present term of the court, or will hu
continued, Tho district attnrr.oy seem
to bo Cdiifli.ent of gaining hi chum,
whether they bu tried immediately or at a
Tbo grand jury was discharged this af-tornoon.
AD.MIMS I KATOK'S SAI.K
ot valuable leiiy prltelluv with good terry
boat, al Pudlieuh. Kentucky.
On .-aliinlav. .Smember 1 fit at the hniirot
12 m., at the leiry I.iiiiIIiil' III I'adue.ili, ICen-
tiieKy, we will sen uiu lerry prmiiKU ina
In -al.niil 17 vear-lo run) lii-inlit-'iM; to tin
late V. uareii. The llllnol anil Niiilheast
em railroad crossing, ut till- point, makes
till' valuable propeity. I lit- lioal l nearly
new. ami ha-ju-t tliiilerL'one. Iliorougli re
n il r-. ltutiK ten mill a uu hour niriliist the
Ohio current, and larueeu uirli lodo all the
l.u-liiess. On sume du) will sell otiiorprop
erty too nimiorou- to mention. 'I'erin-. a,
11 ami U month, ullti good security ith in
ltOllUlT AND IICVIIV OAHKN,
Adlii'r ol V. O.uen'n esi.ite
Paiiucaii, Ky Oetober If), lh7.'J. lU-lli td
Nashville, October 27. Kivor rose '21
inches in-day. Thirty-four inches un
Hurpelb Shotlt. Itaining and wurm.
Ci.vcinnati, October 27. River nine
teen leei and rising. Clear and cool.
Arrived: P W Killinger, Pittsburg.
PiUMiuiin October 7. Itiver rising
alowlx 9 leel G inches in channel, heavy
rains'last night. Wuathnr cloudy and
VlOKMtllKO, October 27 Downs Hollo
Lee, Up; Susio Sllver; James llnwaril,
Jtiliu II Maudu. Arrived City of Vick-burg.
KVAKHVILLK, October 'J7. Weather
rlear till this evoniiiL', now cloudy with
sign-nl snow. Mo cuiy lu to Iti. H vr
risen fi'iir Inches Port list. Hp: Fay
ette. Huberts and Hransford, Kvansvillu.
D.iwn: i-raiik 1. Uraeey. Uutimss
Sr Loir i, October 27 Airlvod,' W F
('nrtla, .Muscatine, Holmat, Si'ildder,
icksbure: Norlhwestern, Keokuk: linn
acoerd, Cairo, I) -parted! Imsido, Ohio
river. LurtH, Mew Orleann; Nnrtliwesluril,
Keukuk. .Kiver natinnary Weathurconl
cloiid: slight ram this evening.
N kw Ohlka.ns, October 27. No. nrri
vh, Di parted: Kalie, Checnt City.
either cloudy and cool, Capt. Dick
Siniiot contracted with thu Vallett Dry
Deck compuuv of thl city, to put on nn
entire new hull under the steamer Hart
Able in thirty days. She Is now on dock
nnd tho work is progressing rn, idly,
Louihvii.lk, October "7. Kivor has
risen H leet I Inches in 21 hours undine
tlx o'elo:k p.m , thn marks showing 7 foul
I inches in canal, and 5 feet In tho pass,
down Indian cliutu. 'Wenthor clear and
cold Tho sleamor llenha Cromer from
Cincinnati went over thu fall tills evening,
the llrsl boat wliii h has descended thero
wlihsii thn past three months, Steamer
THE CITY KATIOISAL
B A 1ST "EC.
si a t nn,
1 1. 1, i a o i
W. r. H.W.l.UUT, PrsMatj
tl K.'-HT 1.. IIAI.LIUAT, Vim Hrs-iisai
A. H. HAKKOItt), Uaihisr;
a-tl.TKM IITHLOJ', AsiU'.ln "ililr
Htsits TllLoj, Kossst U. Cl'sslssais
licatti L. IUlliuat, W. f. HstLlinl,
111, I). WiiiiAtfii, Brirnin lliak
A. H, Birroau.
Barlianae, t'olu nuil L'ssllsxl RtilM
llucd Uuutfhl nnd Hold.
nsroSITO rncclTint, and
a Itsiiaral bscklns
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
is r caib ,
It. W. MiLt.r.n, President.
J. M. Phi i.i I'M. Viee-l'rcsldrnt.
Ciiah. CU.NNl.NlilUM, Cashier.
OODLEUTIONS PROMPTLY MADK
mXailANOr:. cola, Unk notus mail UalU4
Ci Http aiHiurltloa buuulit and snIJ.
uisrini Alliiss-u tsis Sliue liiioIS
ENTEIU'RlriE SAVINO b
ovpicb tir .
CITY NATIONAL HANK, OA1HO
A. It. SAKKOHD, Prosident;
L' L 'I . VI I .11 'U... tl... ,1.1 . .
a. a. lis ll, ua. s luu-i iusiudui ,
II, 11YSLOP, secrutary and Treaiurcr
P. M, HtHOl.tT,
K. II, Blots.il.stp,
it. II. Cc.ialHUllisl.
31 HS. M oG EE,
)ti eu'iitintrri-t. l-irf ComusircllDj r.
nicD Arsmi's. Is -ullr rscnti?!
NEW MILLINEHY tsOUU.-
LTal rALL AVI) Wl.lTfR sVTl S
iitsiass s full !; i-r
aOiriTJSTB Ac HA'I'fci
llriaimsJ unl UQIriiuuisJ,
-hr.CU KLOWEIta. KIIIHoNiI, TKItJiitMOs
of all kinds. I.S.. SS. etc., U.
Mrs. ite(ivi has aim a lr s.sortmssl o
s-snc; Aill.-lss, surh ss
SIIOK Ti.Vi. rl,LP.!S. UKtlKniiLIEVFJI,
RUKFt. MA1IIKH, KA.N.
Ari-1 ll oihsrsrnclss aiusllj Uund lo
first-class millineuy btoki
Mra. McOee, In addition to her etork el
Fancy and Millinery Ooodt. haa a An and
Complete asaortment of Cincinnati Customs
made Ladle' and Misses' Hhoe aed Chll
drens' Hoots, Hla.k and in Colors, These
are acknowledged to be the finest and best
ever brought to Ibis market, and this Is th
onl h m-e In the eltv that makes tbsu a
p c alts ,
T. N. KIMIJP.OUOII,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
Trntk Street e1 Waililnlan Ifrea
t3TAII kinds of jobbln: work doneae
sliurt notice, and in good at le, Leav or
ders al th simp.
l M. STOCK FLETH,
lttctlfler snd Wholesale Dealer I
rollKlUN AXIS DOME! IO
LIQUORS AND WINES
so. 62 oaio livii,
9..Mf CMRO. ILLTNOI1
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
HARD ahd SOFT LUMBER
LATH, BHINOLKM, OKDAB POSTU
DOOlia, SA8H, BLINDS
Fartitsbad oa aonrlest aelier.
Commercial avonue, between Tenth anil
I'avl Q. Bcucm.
U. P. IIlLLIDAI.
Pa i hiss,
lliolta ot n Amount KsH-etTMllroan
ln inta l!iwnrtla.
Irs 1 KHKHj tid ua ileposits at trie rtu ol an
percont. per annum. March Island Heptem
br 1st, Interest nol withdrawn It idded linme.
dlttely totre principal nf Ilia ilapoilts, therein
glrlnit them compound Interest
UAHHIBP WOMKX AND OHILIiRXN MAT
so TasT no oaa iui c iw it,
Uoen etsrr busin"- dar from a.m. lo 3 p.m.,
and HMunl.t eT-.nn lor HAVINU DEl'oarn
from l in in eiooa.
W tlTHIiOP Tsessllfet
SIT XATIONAL HANK IIUIKDINO.
fCiTSri'cUl tttontlon paid to ordr from
lleallilioain, nmniiii nsj,
WILLIAM 11. BMl'in, M. D.
1E8II)KS0B Nn. It Thirteenth jrtreel,
Jf.s. le OHIO I.EVstC, Uisr. 41k Rt,
The largrst line of elolhand piece gnodt
of the finest quality, ami greateit variety
cer brought to thli market. These goodt
were bought at price t that f nable tne to
tell them at ten tier ctut. lower imirei than
any house In Cairo.
GUARANTEE GOOD FITS
.-j ...I i.i.ntlnn In ..err runect.
We alio keep full and cemplete ttock of
GENTS FUKNISIUNO OOODS.
HEADY MADK CUOTHINa.