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Cairo Box and Basket Co
LUMBER OF ALL KttiDS
mkUB ! morr.
Keep oajunUy cm baoa
I tOOtUS AND SlDINO, ALIO LAT.
nlrr I tlellest
MIU . T41D COUIt THlRTY-FOUBTH
TKBIT AD OHIO MsTII.
ILLINOIS. 7-30 tl
! lnarnf IbrClly Coiinlj.
Jollls U.OUKRUY. Kdilot end 1'ubllthei
TKBMB OF THE DAlLs I'UlXmN :
One week, by carrier I '
Oat year by carrier, In advance 10 0
Dot year by carrier U noi pild In
uttucl ia 01
o nth, by mall
I'bree months 3 0
Ma moeths. b
One ;w 10 0
TRRU or WECKLT BULLtTIK.
On Year '..tl CO
TIi re e Mouths . fx
invariably in aatance.
mm! Ig Mtallrr un aver; !'"
Tub Mmte transportation committee
art in St. Vuis.
Tbb encouraging rrporti from il.o yd.
low fever localities of the South ore w. I
come new to tbo country in getiral.
The long reign of the pestllenie 1 nearly
over, lu malignancy disappearing bufor
the continued froste and the appearance
Mb. WiU'in ii opposed tu tbj complr
tlon of the Cairo A St. Luuii railroad.
Poet the 'Sun' driire the election of Mr.
'Wilton at county commisiioner 7 Lot h
tell the truth if It cn tid the.m s tin
old gentleman we mean Salao aud not
Thk race for county superintendent ol
schools, it now slatted even - two ladic,
and two gentltrr.eo. With all respect foi
Mettrs. Liwrcnce and , uthatu wo mut
ay that our belt ssishet rj ilb tbe la
diet, and our regret it that both cau'l ba7
Tbb rumor tbt iliejjn at bouse of t
Spraguw, at Providence, Kbodo lilund,
wa bout to yield to tbe mini, ncy o
the money market and go under, turn out
to have nil foundation in lact. Wo noulu
rlek our new tilk bit on tne Siri:uvr
They are tbe State or Kbodo hinrid,
nearly, nd the money uarkel mul U
tiybt indeed when tbiy luccuiob to It.
Tn 8iokit trin" will no lunger fij;.
ure In tb newip.pert at tbe luljict ot
telegram with a big bead, nor a itie cp.
tlun of a newtpat)r article. The Stoke
trial hat coma to anenl, for tho thin)
and doubllen, tbo latl lime, tbe verdict ol
tLe Jury being mantUugbter In tho third
degree and the lentenceof th Ju IjJm, four
yeart in thi penitentUry at hird labor-
Mb TuuMb Wil os Know canva
Jng tbe county endeavoring t induce tin
Toiert of Alexander to tupport bitn for
county commiftioner. Oimof hit Hrgu
menu wby tbe people thould givo bin
tbe offl -e, ii that he will u-e it to pn Vitii
the completion of the CMro and St. Loui.
railroad. Kvery vote given to Mr. Wtl
Jn it a vote to pla.e Cairo ana the county
yeart back in thi murch to proiperity.
ABCUITXCT MULLKT. it it laid, Will let
bi face agalnit the growing practice ol
conducting public builuingi in nnt.1
cltlet," Becauie," layt a Washington dii
patch," "all the money coi.greii ought Ii
Appropriate for building! will horii'ilred
'for tboeennw in progreu in the great
'butlneit centre! of the country." Ai
the latt tetiion of congresi, public build
Inge were ordered in variom placer, bm
at no appropriation w.t m,do for them
tbe authority to conitruct lleru ulllproba
bly be withdrawn.
BlMCK tho Suil' Ukel TUK UULLKTIW
to teverely toia(k forc.ppltig Mr. Wi!
ton for cnunty commi.iiuner, will H,
'Sun pleam tell tbe public which .Ida it
it on, whether for or agaitut Mr W.lion,
or for or agaln.t the completion of tbo
Oairj ail rf; L,ai, ml? N ,t th.t it
inaket any difference to anybody in pr.
llcular, or would have any effect at all on
tbereiulioftheelccilou. Ofcouro not'
but then, to take a fair.
unequivocal p.uition on any matter of
wi inureit, prior to an election, would
t edlip., of Mdnenon the part of the
-uu recorumg. U WoulJ havo
urpriiing kS.n 00 hhniu(
on bit read.,. U(( wouM ol ktll,w ,ljm.
Mlf. Wo ebould really l,k tu ,eu uim t
It. Bji he won't. When be doe,, ,Jt
will grow on cabbage italki and water
Thb following tumiiiiiig U1 0f lh(J
eJrttion in Ohio and comratUori of ttl0
Totetcatt with 'thoie for the.ecntary ,,
tau lait year, by tbe N, w York IUr.i,i
Jt correct, depreuinjr at it may be to our
Democratic Meud., and doei,; ,uile
Bgroe with tome of our Uein-cratic con.
temporariet which fondly believe '-(be
......... na i u
u-uiwiM i:arrieu uhio (,..- ... . .
ougni wine w which lh..irenKtb of
Dou pmie, w,. fully put forttl
"ine p ipular Vote c.i the l.t
election tor governor i,,,. .i," ?. i
aiitlnn t..p ..nu.. ... .. - -
- unniru '
For Allen, Drtux-ratio ... 9IJ. ,.
ror No,.-, Kehullca,,
T .r Collins, Liberal " . i"'
ForSuwarf, lemper.nce j,,;,,
Whole vol cait . -
Ala over Noyes
Th.T..leifOb.ofor lecretar'v ol itHl0
latt year wat: lu
vl Wlk'ff. Republican 20Jt)1u
For Wiley, Democrat vj ;Hq
BruMtean m.jorlly....: 11 o
Decrease Kep. vmi. thi year . . , f, 033
D'cr aMln D mocratic vote 37 1 77
Late Oct. vote abort of taitynar... 8.i,jio
Tbe latM Ohio election,! horefo e, upon a
volt) It than full vo'o bv iieiry nineiv
k......,.4 I 1... A t ..1. . '
iii'uts.i',, K..,iiK w,j ueianii, ai ll dlcallnk
ine sirenrio m . enner or in ,....,
TUE PRESIDENT'S PilOCLAMA
TIUN. I)y tbe President r the Unit'd Statet of
America -A Pioclamallun :
Tbe a, prtiaching close of another ye
rii.g wi b It tun occasl. ri lor reuewtd
tbaiiasgivmg miiJ acknowledgement to
nit) Almighty Huler ot tbe Uiiive'i lor
.tie uniiUiiibered rnercitl whicU be hat be
towed up n us. Abundant hatvviti
iav been among Hie rewards ol
nduatry. which, with local ex--option,
hat been among the bio-
ingiei.jy d Tranquility at borne and
,M'ce uii other nationt bave prevailed,
r'rugal Industry it regaining lit merited
'cognition and lit marked reward grrd
tally, and under the providence of (I'd
urely at We truit, the nation it teenver
iik! from the lingering remits of a dread
'ui civil itrife. For theie and other met
lei vouchsafed it becomes ui at n people
tu return heartfelt and grateful acknowl
dgments, and with our thanksgiving we
nny unite prayer for the cenatinn of lo
al and temporary suffering. I therefore
commend that on Thursday, the'27lh day
f Noveml"r nut, tho people meet in
heir rej i 0 ive places of worship to make
heir acktiowieiRtnentt to Almighty Uod
or tiit thiuntio and prntection, and in
ff-r to lilm prayer for t leir cunttnu
tnco. In wl'neit wbertof I havo lereuntn
t mv hand, and caused the seal of the
ITnlte-itatei to be affixed. Dune at the
by of Washington, thi. the Wtb dv nf
October, In th year of our Lord 1873,
rid of ibe 'ndependence of the Unite,)
Itale the ninetv'erontb. Slcned
Rv the Preildent. (I h, Gramt.
HxuiLTOf FiiH. S'cretarj of State.
HIE GOViiRNOll'S 1'i.OJLAJJA
T10N. Statb or Ilmmou,
John L. B-tveridge, Governor of Illinoli,
to the People of taid State, Greeting :
In obedience to custom and in conform
ty with tha action ot the Preildent, I.
.1 dm L Bt-veridtfe, Uovrnor of the Siai
I Illinii, do appoint Thurtday, thi Til
lay of November nejtt a day of Thuki
giving to Almighty God fcr tbo n.eroie
ind blnuinga of another year.
Let nil the people give thanki in the
inctunry;Jrijoice at, home, and be glad in
In whceen whereof, I have hereunto
el my hand and cauid tho toal of tbe
ta'eof Illinois to tin efllied
Dunn nt the city of SpiiniiOeld.'hl. 22ml
l) of October, in th year of our lird,
no thouiund eight hundred and neventv-
hre, and of the Independence of the
IfnifdS ate the ninoty-eitflith
Kytho Goverrcr: doiii L. BtrintDOl.
"Gcorok II H a n Low, Secretary .1 Mate
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
FRK.VCMI MONA HCIIISTa
BAZA INK TRIAL
EMPRESS OF AUSTRIA
FAMINE IN INDIA.
Vibkka, October 3d The enpreit of
Austria is ciliically ill. liur .oudllieii
FROM CALl UTTA.
r A MINK.
Calcutta, Octuoer ao. Advice from
.he iiruviiiuo cif lHni'Ml .1.. u, ik.i , i,..
ciop. ure lailing, and nu iminliug fam
ine lauuoi ou prevenieu.
DEATH Of XI.NO JOHN.
ni- .Tnhn nf
S XOI1V Is ll-ail.
Jobntin I. klnc. nf R.lnnv irhni A flAutti
U announced in ihe above, Wnilxirn in Oe-cuwib-r
1801. and whs thusiCiiid son
of Duke Mitxiuiillian ol Sxonv, and ot
t'rillC-.S (JmllllH nf lrm 111 uA
J ir iprudence, and in 8U entered the
iniiiiilry ut tlnancii, iu which he wae nom
inated preildent in 1830. He was ap.
pointed commander-in-chief of tno na
tlonal Kiiard in 1811, which pon ho held
until 1846 (In it,,. i, r t.ia i..n.i....
King roderiek Henry. Aui:uil9. IBM. ho
uccnedi d to the thron. lie marriiyl tbe
I 'men Amelia, daughter nl King Maxa.
mllian . f Bavaria, on tbo 21st ol Movent-
1'aHIk fletntwip -n Tl.. ,.)A
house In Hue le 1'utrU bat been destroyed
Fifty members of the Left Center have
announced their intention of going with
he royaliu il ihe Count do Cbamboid
uci a Miituciory iiMiiitesto.
Gen. Uellewarre wrote a letter to tho
minister of war, saying II them.rMrchy
w.i restored, be ( U.lle'w.rre) wou d e.
of".!?".' !,")rr,"V . r'n,i, ,.tM ,( Z
tired list. BeuerM on the re
I ttf i.u a .....TV suor
i, ,t Z J.X .1 " ... V" X "! "."cL
I , uo., , n
1 Datrm ism of the al,i.. t . ,1 ' . L , "
. . , ., .tui..u (ill
ciplino and tupport thu lawi
1I1K IIAZAINK TUIAL.
in tbo U.ztine tri to-day, M Fisbaut
in-iannrer ieri n.il nil nmiup r-. ..1
capture by the enemy, hu twallowed the
(I lat It. ( rsli In. ... - . f . .
. '.:"rr',n6 ,r"m ''"onvill
to Metz. The d .n.nli w..
dtllver.d to the 1 fli er at tieadqiMrtert, at
Muz on the 29ih of Auguii. bm wm by
birn thrown into the firs unread.
Lieut Nogues (wore that lm frulilenly
attompted to deliver toll 1 .Ine a diapatch
ntrusled to him on the V3d by the Km.
P'n. IIh admlltod after mm li prevari
ctlon,that he was also the barer ol H
fll'patch to Gnn. Bourlmkl The pre-l.
""ntofthe court severely censured thi
wilntu for atli mptlni; Ui conceal fncli.
THE CATRO DAILY HULLKTIW, FRIDAY, OCTOBER
INDIAN DELEGATIONS AT TUE
CRIME IN ARKANSAS AND TIIE
ABOUT THE R COGNITION OF
CURAA IN DE I'END hN OE.
REPORT OF THE GREAT HUH.
THE ALLIANCE BETWEEN
ClisNA AND JAPAN.
Washington, October 31'. Tho ap
pointment ut Jamei 11 Clark, posl'inaster
at Matioon hat been reconsidered, and
Mr. Lyou will remain in the otlhe.
Tbo (uperiniuiideiit general recruiting
tervicvs bai been directed to tend one
hundred recruits to Ft, Union, New
.Mexico for the 1Mb infantry, eO tost.
Paul for the 17ih infantry and 05 to tt.
Katidall, Dakota Territory for tbo 22i.d
Washinuto.v, D. C October 30. A
delegation ot Otoet AJid Miasouns, fruiu
Nebraska, arrived to-day. '1'Ley havu
iieen vi.Uing their former superintendent.
Friend J auney, a; Baltimore There In
diana are a portion of a small tribe ol
nbout four hundred and luventy-tive per
sons, who have, recently aoaudouud a no
madic life. Latt year they bad one scln 01
ut ninety tlvo pupila Their rcierValion
embrace one hundred and alxty-luo
th lUiatid acre, and they desiro to tell a
portion or arrange for lb ir removal to thu
Indian Territory. Tbe delegation, like
ibe Arrapabot-t, are lino looking men.
The latter represent the Southern band.
.numbering l,fu0 penonn. They are on
tie t-tniH reservation as the Southern
Cheyenne, but are much more peaceably
diaposed. A considerable number ol them
are already engtg-d In agriculture. Tw
school were in operation last year, and
iwn other have been opened this year,
DnleKationa Iroin tne Northern Arrnpa.
hi et and Ceyennea are cxpei-ti-d in a few
dayt, when a council will be In-Id for the
rtirpofeof making arrarigemnti for the
union of the Northern and Southern Ar
rapahnn in the Indian Territory, and to
tlx the boundaries between them and the
Choyerihc. The Mountain Crewt leave
.i-morrnw or the next day for home.
The Pawne Indian, recently attacked
by Sp"ttcd Tall'a Sioux band, are located
In Dikntt. and number only 750 perrons
The Sioux are much morn numerous
The Pawneea are peaceably inclined, but
vliroroua men. The Department! are
i-nnaiderinc lh propriety nf p ovldine
ntnii means or punishing the hfoiix ma
r udnrt. Probably tbelr rationa will bo
DAD STATE or AFFAIRS.
Information from Wo. turn Arkansas
and the Indian Territory shows a dismal
-late or htliir. In tbe latter, at the last
term of the United Slate District Court,
ihure were thirty-seven persons convicted
it such crime a murder, man
1 aughtef and deadly utsault,
p in counterfeit money, larceny, and
olfeiites against tho tt venue laws, Th To
ol ihe tl vis convirted for murder havi-bji-n
executed. There ure now tlxiy.nine
in j il awaiting trial, twenty for murd-r
and ihirly.lvu for larceny, mostly hore
'tiialing. There n-i ono hundnd and
sixty-one under indictment and bond to
ppear at l be Noveinber cnuft. There
ire x indicli d for murder, one for map
laughter, throe for deadly a-sault, flvi
fur larceny, twelve for pe'Jury. ole
Crime l almi'it beyi nd ronlrol, and thai
ivitr.out any tault of the law. The terri
tory ii without order or government.
The post-office department it consider
ing tbo feasibility ol reducing thu rates ol
ri.vt.teri u letter lu tins country It ta a
dlHgular fact that While it cost! lifleen
c. nu to register u letter from one point t,
toother in tho United State, I buy may
'-o ont and ri-ceived from foreign coun-
trie for eight cents, oxulu-lve of pottage.
r-iiHoNs or INDUHTKV.
Tbo Granges of tbe Pattona of Indus-
ry are rapidly exteudiiig Altluugh tbe
Uo.t coutaiu about two-llnrds of the
Granges, the order I constantly growing
hi the South, and there are now thought
10 be nearly 'iOO.uuO member. At
the pro-ent rate of increase the order
will number over three. fourths of a mill
ion meuibi r. Over 0 0U0 grangea huv
been orgaiiiz-d since January, 1873, end
there are to date 7,Ci00 organized grange
Among tho more interesting matter t
be presented in the forthcoming report o'
tbe special committee on trampoitation
rates, will be a tiumhar or papers sent In
by state granges, making suggestions In
regard to regulating rales, office, etc.
CU1IAN MATTE Ha.
It lieenerallv belieied by peranna in a
position 10 judge, that thu briel Slav here
of Gen Quetadaaud bl aid, Col, Varoiia,
ami inuir imuieuiale reiuru to How
Yotk waa thu rocull of indirect
assurances that the president intends
in bi messago to congreti, recom
mending aclUn in some form by this gov
ernment which shall huv- tbe ell', ct of vir
tually reeogniziM; the Cuban republic.
and it ii surmised that the rumored de
parture of thu present Spanish Minister
uero. Admiral rain, who Is known to be
very consur Native in ids opinions, may be
influenced by n suspicion or kuowleoge of
ihe (act. Uu this as it may, it ii known
most certainly that Cuban independence
ha-, ainco last winter acquired favor wiib
many Congreimien heretofore oppoaed or
iiidltfnrent to the cause.
UEl'OHT ON THE Oil KAT eTHRU.
Aasnlatit Ilowgate. of the Signal and
Weather Bureau, is preparing u special
report of the great hurricaiio 011 the At
Untie coast, on the J4th of August last
From information at present ric ive.,
about onu thousand vessel and six bun
Jred live Were lost. Tho report will be
isund upon General Meyer's return from
Kuropo, which will be In about week.
l'HKI'AK Ml RKTOHTa.
Comraolore ho lgers, of the Bureau nf
laid, and Dicka, li.s jmt returned fntn
an ex ended inspecilon ol H,u Ka-tern
yar and is now busily onuagud in pre-p-irlng
hia annual report. All ihe bureau
officer of the Navy Department are ac
tively at work on their report.
Governor Low, our minister to Culna,
bad a long Interview t,Mlay Wih ibe
Pr.sldent and Secretary Kl.h, ll
malnid n. arly two h ur at the White
llou.o. Allalrs in China have always
been a nil j. ct of great Inti rest with tho
President, and at the prea-nt nl(, all
non 1 tumid to point that may huv a
serlou effect on the policy of o ir Asiatic
riolgbbort. The I rouble is belviei n Itus
sla and Japan The flrat . fT.ct or tha re.
cent alliance between China and J.pm Is
down in the reported movement nf (Jhlna
against Cure In the matter of ,1 .pan's
ifievar.ro, it ii understood that both
c untriea are now deslroua thtt Coreii
al;oild be I'll nil to the trdn of the
SUSPENSION OF A PROMINENT
LIAT1II I 'IKS SIX HUNDRED
ALL QUIET AT CKNTRKVILLE,
NEGROES DKMAND SOCIAL
EQUALITY ON A MISSIS
SIPPI III V hit
C0NT1TI0N OF TIIE BUSINESS
hoyt, sprague co., of new
York, suspend i-.d.
FROM NEW VOI.K.
New YiHK,Octot;er30. A largo num
ber of iiHiiciin. nti have been fuutid
against lott-ry dealen.
UNtOA ThUlT CorA.N-.
A meeting of the truitee ot tbe Union
Trust ColiiualiV wa held lo-div in i.l,.
action upon the result ol thu examination
of lis attain. Tho cardial of tne com.
pany remains unimpaired, and there is a
considerable surplus. Thu present offi
cer, and committee of the company ten
dered their resignation, with n vi'ew to
reorganizing. It.-eolitlloii were inured
increasing thn capital clock two millions
of dollar?, double tllo prodatit amount.
I he new stuck i to bp 1 ll'i-red to tho pres
ent stockholder on November 15. in
mounts q ml 10 that now held Uv
25 percent, payebly Novemlcr "i'l, aid
lo percent. December 10. th , L-ui ilmliir
mi call afler November 3d, upon thirty
d,ja' notice. A re.o ullon was abo of
tered to resume business on or b'-lore D,i.
lemucr i si nexi. a. commilleo wae ep
pointed to carry Into eJjol tne ab.ivo res
nlution. New Yotk, Ootoher 30 Hii-inoss at
tho close was marked by an unsettled
feeling and conaiderablo irregularity In
various markets, wp.b mi autleiy as to
ihetuturo, tho demand for money increas
ed late in tbe day nd became uigiei
uloslnL' at t- per day on call. Sterling
losi-d very weK, for sixty d.ys at li'C
Inn for siht at li-8jijluaj. Com
mercial bill, at H'tjtooJ. Gold closed
steady at 10SIO?.
HoYT, M'RAOUK. A CO.
It Is roportud that the New York hnute
if Hoy I, SpragUe A Co could bate ob
tained all the assistance tieceraary to help
uuiimom idiuuud too present trouble lor
utile tune, oolh Irom friends and ere lit-
ur. Similar foroeartnee had tieeii shown
to the Providence U -ni, and great sympi
thy i expressed lor ibu tlrin, and a gentle
m -ii we.lknown in Wall stree. said lo-
l-y tie thought thecreditor of the lo u.-e
hi Providence have adopted n verv abort.
sig del polic in refusiiis; a-sislancu to the
noose, upon which thousands of per.on.
depended for employment, ui d wh.-se em-
Imrras'inenl was, so rar as, he ciuld Ju lg.i.
inly temporary This important fall, ire
causi t ureal talk In tlnincial circb s, end
he immediate ff-ct was in a heavy do
line of she k in the stock exchange, and
direiion outside. C ili'idernble paper of
the fl-tn is bel t In t'ni cily, it tmlm: .'sti-
mated that $3.00o,000 of their note bave
een di-enunt-d by banks, I, ankers and
nlividual cipitalitt here. Some of the
fu'eitn bankini! flrm are mentioned
ufferers, probably in tbe way of cotton
npi-rati' n for mil's.
Welni'day nexthaa benSxi-d fir tbo
"ialnt Win. M. Teed, so-called bo- in-
Early, this morning, owine to a rnis
pUced switch two freight trir. collided
ner Port Jarvis on the Erie railroad,
nth Incnmotlvoi aro badlv smashed and
eleven car with c ntents burned.
rniLAUtLflllA, October 3d. At a
meeting ot the f lockholders ot llio Call-
tornia una lexaa ttaiuoad Ootieiructioii
o mpatiy to-day adopti d uiiliunuily a reso
lu ion providing lor the tale ol thu com
pany's ootids, tlrsl mortgage, to tbe com
pany's own shareholders al low rales, to
cure piopvr locaiiuu lor tne road. I bos
SCO' t presided at, the mue ing.
For ten d-ys past th.-re have been
rumor ot dltl'ereliciet in tbe uianageiiient
of the Pennsylvania U R. Co., and to day
ep ri wv received vilh soinu degree ot
credit. Mr. Thompion, president of the
company, author t't a e'nlemeut to be
made that the rumurt now in circulation
are entirely unfounded and that thechiil
officers of the road and lis directors ui-n-n-ally
are acting in entire acctrd and bur-
On account ot tnaaeatnot uoi.
Thn Ago, an established Democratic paper
in Philadelphia is now adveitised for tale
The dry goods bousoof Morgan, Young.
Altemus & Co, have suspended. Liabili
ties $000,000 They will bo able lo pay
from 70 to 80 cnt on tho dollar. The
hods i sold upward' of two millions of dol
lart worth of goo t aenua ly.
Tho suspension of Wm. M Lloyd a
hanker of Allentown is reported here. Al
though Mr Lloyd has snmii half adz-ii
offices throughout tbe
is not vory heavy.
state, bis failure
I ROM CHICAGO.
TO Il BTttAliULEll. O
ClIICAOO. OcLiber 30. fer eot, the, the
twice, convicted Chicago wife-murderer,
who Is in Ju. let on a change of vrnue,
and to whom the supreme court bus re
turod tbe hegc:ed-tnr new trial, i to be
haiiict-d in the Will county j ill on the 1'Jth
A dispatch rom Joliotaays l'urtent whs
informed of the decision of tlin supremo
court this morning, and received the In
tal intelligence with tho u mat t ompoi
ure, reiterating his former statement that
he had no ci nfessinii to make. lie
smoked bis pipe, sum: uonus, nnil exhibited
thesxtne stoical indifference after recdv.
Ing the new n' biiore. Uo is, however,
anxinu-ly looking for intelllgebco from
The supreme court has not yet an.
nounci-d Hi decUi in in thn casu'of the
twice convicted Chris Itnlfeity, who is
a to walltnt! for a now trial.
Providknck, October 30. -Iloyt &
Sprague In this city do not suspend to.
day, notwithstanding the failure of the
New York house. Messrs, Spraeue state
thatihecomm t ft' of;inviatigation;Mppiilnt
ed by representative of the city 'bank, in
XHinlno into thunlfiira of tbo A & W.
Sprauua MminUrliiring C"., will bo pn.
pared In make a report at the mietini: to
morrow mnrnlnir, which it is thought will
be hnihly satisfactory lo thn
A ifc v SnrHiruH Hnl Novt. Snfriifii fc
' -.ilJ-.l'L" WM.Ii, I
'ties, upon accepiancu of Iloyt, Spraguo
A- Co., it II ataled. Will be no-, less than
Stl,UUU,000, A plan will be presented at
(the meeting accompanied with a detailed
report of tbe situation, which will, It is
believed, bo carried out and make
tbe embarrassment of A. Jc W. Mpngui
anil Uoyt, Sprgue& Co., of temporary
PAWNEE Mli.W al-olLED.
CuAUA,Octobwr 3d The party of P.w
h' es who Were engaged lo bo eiuibilud In
Eur.pe, were stopped by tbo Undid
S.als autbjri iei in ChKag.i, and In.ve re
turned to tbis city.
TUE M.DoC PRISONERS.
A Special from North Pintle, Nebralka,
says tno relilaihg mem ers of ibe Moduc
Uibi anived there this forenoon en route
for McPbi rson. The prisoin r. wem con.
lined ui locked Car, with windows shin
and closely guarded by soldier Tin
oUlcels in chargii say tho Iiidnu a bav.-pre-erved
a dogited silunco during tlie
i ho trip. They w II bo kept fur the pres
ent in a stockade on an l-Und In the
Platte river, near Fort McFlioraoti.
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
NKOHoIR I'l HE AT A STEAMER.
New OhLsANe, October 30 It is re
reportid that on .Molality a partv uj
negroes went on board the ateamer Par.
good nt Ginatrich's landing, (lematnlieg
social eqiialily. They- were driven .tf by
tho officer and crew of the boat Tin
negroes dispatched a incsiei'or nr rein
foremen! with arms. Before they ar
rived the boat backed out, but many shot,
were II red at her by tho mob on 'shore
Nobody was hurt.
TltotUILE AM NO THE L-iNOSHORKU N
A hand of strikini: longshoremen at
tempted tu again Interfere with thni
w irkltic; for le than il per day, but the
police di'pTsed them
THE CETKKVILI.K Ri IV.
Richmond Indiana, October 30 The
threaluned raid from the We. tern portion
nf tne county to aid lo recapture the Cen
lervlll. j.il trotii a guard ol' fifty deputk
did not akn place la-t night, altholich al
IC o'clock wo lcrn from reli-ble source
that a party wero Koine; from Cntnbrnt.'e
City thi re. Warnings to the sitim ctfeci
had Im-i-p previously sent to the authontie.
here and was the general theme of street
d'Si-ulon. Th-re was not the lightest
dl-turbaere at Centervilln lait night, and
to.day a workinc form of 2H0 slrong have
en employed there, suitably protected
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
San Ktt.vctsco, October 30 V fire
lasi night very nearly destroyed an en
tire b ock end threatened the destruction
of the, who'e town. The Are was slill rag.
Inn when Ihe nperntor Was obliged to
mnvn th offiro inst ru'nents to a pUce of
safety. Since that tlm no further news
FROM FOuT ERIE.
INTK1IN ATloN AL R. K DUIDOE.
FnltT Kkie, October 3".The laal span
nf the ureal international railroad bridge
was successfully plared to day.
R VPIDLYVB TIVG AT MONT
TIIE SCOURG" DYING OUT IN
TIIE DISEASE NO LONGER
EPIDEMIC AT MEMPHIS.
CARD FROM THE RELIEF COM
MITTEE. AT MO.N1U MERT.
Montoimkiiv October 30 Tbero has
been no death ut fever In the past twenty
lour hours. The heaviest fro, l of the sen
son occurred tbii morning There am a
lew old cases, one or two of them very
suvere, but uo new cases.
Denisi n, October 3d Yellow fever Is
abating ai Calvert, .Marshall and Colum
bu, Texas, and dUappeuriug entirely ai
other plat-, s. Tbo wealbur is cool with
heavy trusts every nighl.
at M km rn is.
To-mnrrow's Appeal will contain tbe
The undersigned deilre to announco to
the geiieroui pobuc throughout ihueiitiu
country, who havu coniH to our assi tahct
wiih mure than princely liberality, thai
wliile, as decla ed this day by our boar
of health, yellow lever no longer cil-i- in
epidemic form, then) Is, heverihi.les-,
great need of funds for the aid of the
twelve hund'ed per-on now sick and
convales'tig, and for the reli f of the bun
lredot fainillis who havo bi-on left ties
titute, and that till- neiesiity will, no
doubt, conllnu" tn exist for many weol s
toconio. Any furiln-r contributions, f
either money or supplies, will be thank
fully received and properly applied,
-ii?nod John Johnson. Mayor; J.
J. Uushley, Chirman Ciilr.nns'" Keliel
I'nmmltteej A D. Lancilafl' Pre-idest
Howard Asociatlon; A. K Fanklatid,
Sicretary Helief As"cUtion.
EAJ IIEK It IMPORT.
VAhiu voton. October 30. Fur Friday,
sn the Gull Stale-, louthfnstern winds
will veer to th north and northwest, with
lower ti mpe-atitrn and clnndy weather.
For the South Atlantic Slasn south ea.t
erly winds, partly rloudy and hazy
weather For the Middle 'States south
and southeasterly wlnus, and cloudy
weather, pmslh'v with rain. For New
KngUnd easterly winds, threatening rain,
and wlndv. For the Lower Lakes wind
veer to the northwest, with wind and
sno., For the Upi er Like Region ri'it
hararnnter northwesterly wind and cold,
PiTTumitm, Oc'ober 31. River fulling
a'owly, witli lb feel H inches.
New OiiLKANK, October 30 No arriv
al D parted: City of Qui nny II C.
Voiger St Lout. Clear and cool. White
fiost this morning,
Vickmiuro, (li'tobrr 30 Dtwn; Mary
Alice and b rgea. No boats up to-d- y.
Arrived; Julia, Wotth t clear and
cool. River rl.ing,
PtTTKnuRO, October 30. Uivnr falling
10 fiel 0 inches. Arrivals: Apinwall,
I'inplnnatl; Tom ltecie, Parkersbury;
Evnvillk. October 30. Cloudy and
cold. Itiver lit ri i 4 f'-ct Up t Shan.
pon, Arlington, Im telle, Kila Iluvhea.
Jl ni.L.Vul,l.n U.irni
Sr. Louu, Ot tuber 30.-lfanp dull
and nominal. r
Flour dull and weak.
. pWJhH.V',r,:!K "'"hanged: No 2$';
. i,d,;.$l0:,J f"" "r""Br lthbuyeri
at f I 16 f,,r N 4 j $1 2 ,r Nt. a j -ft 6i
lor No ', but no ,vivt, at the prices.
Loin inactive; No 'i mixed spinal elf.
vajor ai 44c. r
'lata Inat.t ve at.d unchanged : No 2
mixed SiJfSjSiJc. s '
l"Vr3d"lB"d Wek! No ,prln'
Ry nactlvo; No a spring 6i03c.
P rk lower.ni IJticasb.
Dry salt meat Irregular and lower;
shoulders and clear r b Ojc.
Whisky steady a go.-.
New OllLKAN'8, 0 tober 30, MnlaSP
3J2 lil'le. ncelved a'id all sold; centrl.
fogal40c; fair to pili.o W0c; prime
OIJ i; choice 7lf5)7ac.
Whisky Uriuj Louisiana 05oj Clncln
nati SI Ui.
All other market unchanged.
Conll letice U restored, and all branches
ot business Improving. White Iroit this
C'hIi'ao-i. October 30 Dour dull and
unsettled; exira Miring $4 7o6 'Jfi.
Wheat, demand ralr and prices nd.
vaiiiol; No '2. spring $1 00 tegu'ar;
JI03J northwestern; ctsh il otij suiter
NoVi-mber: No 3 9'ifn '.tic
t'orn cpenrd dull but clos'il ectlve end
higher; N '2 mixed 801c ngular; 3C?c
or'ctly fresh 3li;c.
Ry quiet stii nk; No 2 fi0i.
I'arloy dull end p cos a .hadu loer;
N'o2fai $l "iJ; N J prlng H'lffltOlc.
I'-'kilull and a h d i lower, t I2r,ah;
fl3 So seller November
Lard steady; f r spot 7c; eaiicr for
future; Cj'sellir Di-ci-n b'-r.
Ilu'k meat intlem.nd el lower rnte;
Uo.'e a'e of fntiire long and short rb-ar ;
eller D cember (); m r1 rb middle
elb-r fir t half month Go: short clear
mlddbs. some option CJo; shouldir, stl
er November 4c,
Ore- n hams steady.
Whi-kv quiet ami iin'hspged at
lletween Fo trth and Sixth Atrerts.
JOH.N G OCK EL, - Prophietoh.
This house btvlnx; rrrently undergone
thor. ugh rvp:ilr.,and kiltllliou ol more lhan
twenty good MZetl ami well luriil-ln tl rooms
buiiu been uiiilrtl to It, is now pripuretl
to acctiuiuiodate comrorianly at It-a.t one
h tn red guest. The table Is always Mi-
pueti nun me oesi ine intrnei anortl-,
ered up In the mot approvetl sty e
Terms reasonable. A share ol patroi a.e
nlii'lted. 1 1 -1 H ft
CiaMs-t H rr't 41, iae.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAI1U
A. II. SAKKOKD, Prostdent;
H. 3. TAYI.OH, Vlce-l'resldent;
U. I1YSLOP, SecreUry and Tieasurr-
f. M. Bisolat, Cass. Oiusass,
K. H.tfrucsrLSTB, pn. O. . ata,
tl H. Ociss, tt. P. H.tniii,
J. at. Philliss,
lleslla ol mot Asaossssl He-Irllrtn.
Ten nts I.'pwns-sle.
INTKKEHT paid on Uepoaiu tl tho rsi ol all
percent, per annum, March 11 sod eplm.
br It i. Inter. I not withdrawn I elded imme
llaulj totre principal or the deposit, there!"
t'ioir them compound interest
WARalXX) WOWIN ANTl OHILDRKlf MAT
so rnsT ao oss iui osa essw it.
Opa Tr) buiD.. ij rrom .m. lo S p.m.
and fatuntsj f -nt lot HAVING DEPOHIT
qnl4l (torn t in s n elck.
ti"t W XTHI.nP. Tr..nr-I.
TUE ClTi JSAT1UJNAL
CAPITAL, " . 1100,00b
W. P. HALLtDAT. PrnsMroti
B K.N RT h. HALL1DAT, Vl-PltlMni
A. ft. HAFFORt), Oubler;
i ALT. h HTsLOP. Asslslta Catbltr-
Htaits Tsttos, Rossst II. UomnsaaAS
dsns! L. HtLUbsT, W, P. Hsliipat,
I so. Ii. Wiu.ur.oii, fnsrnta Hub
A. U. BirrosD.
ltrsstMK. rolls nail l'ntte.1 Ntaisw
Botide BariRbt Mid Mold.
DBPOHITH rscelTS't, and senarsl hankli.
blKiST iNAliUlNAL. iiAxNh
K. W. MlLIRR, l'reIdent.
J. M. I'm lii'h. Vice-President.
Ciias. CUNMNiiUAM, Cashier.
OOLLEOTIONS PUOMPTLY MADK
EXOiUNOK coin, bank not sad Uait
Htataa sMiirltles hotiaht anit nl,
sstrrswt llssel on I line llepoalla
IJ1 IS 1TOT TJELTJB
IIC IN HTItl. I.IVIoi NI I CAIRO
Ills office aud dispensary ut
NO. 22 KIGUTH STKKKT,
Bet Cn:omcrc!il and Washington uvenues
It 1 tiuu. tin- doctor is on of the oldest
piysbiittlisnf the place, ami hia diploma,
tnst ha gs In his sdllt e. shown that be ius
been !ti years lu the profession, tie ta doing
it larger office pruciit'o than any other phy
sician, 1 1 cu ting ah klutlaol chronic disease
of the human ) stem, such it- old ulcer, and
nil disease of t io skin, humor and blood
pol-ou; also disease-ol tbe lliroat; iiImi
all di -uses ol the eyes of yeura standing;
alo urtlliclal t-yca inserted; listula etirej
without Ihe ii e of a uillo -, cane r cured
bytheuppllcationof iiipilli liics; pimpleson
tic- face removed; all miliary diseases
cured ; nil form of venereal and private
tll-eu.i sc lied In the shorti-st time ; st'tnial
weakness and sell-ubusc ctucd In a short
It Is scll-evltlrnt that a physician treating
ca-e for twni.ly-lwo years acqtliics great
All l onsultuHons confidential!, la person
or l)T leiiea.
. r. - 1 1 . t
tiirT Rf Kstpsti4sc
iKAMDEST SCHEME EVER KNOWN!
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
ron Tlin benefit or irtie
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
12,000 CASH OUTS $1,500,000.
KVKKY KlrTU ITCKKT DUAWSAOirp
snao.ooo fou moo
The Fourth Oratid (lift Concert author
led b special act or tho l.egl.lature lor the
bctiellt ol the Public l.lbr.iry ol Kentucky.
Mill take place in Ibe Public Library Hall
at LoulsWl e, Ky.,
WKDNKSD-Y, DKCK.MBKK 3. 1873,
Only blx'v thou-and tickets will bo sold
intl out-half of these are Intended lor Ihe
Kuropean market, thua leaving only .'in.isjo
lor sale In the United State-., when- Itst.OOO
were ili.p iscd ol Inr the I bird Concert.
I he tickets are divided Into ten coupons or
part-, and haie on tbclr back the t heme,
with a full explanation of t,e mo.ic ol draw-
At till-concert, which will bo the grand,
est liui-li.nl (ll.play ever wllncs.ed In this
cotttittv. the unprecedented sum ol
d vlded Into -.',(sJ cash gills will be dlstrlb
u tl by lot among Ihe ticket-holder. The
n iillhers of the ticket to be drawn Irom
..oe wheel by blind children, and tho gilts
LItT OF GIFTS.
One (Irand Vti Gilt
one (irand Cash t.llt
One Otand Cab tilft
One Unnd Ca-h tlllt
One (irand Cah (lilt
10 Ca-Ii (,111s Jlo.oooeach
30 Ca-h (lilt fi.noo each ,
fiO usb Ullt l.tsjo each .
M Cash Uills fssj each
10) Cash (llfta tl) each
l'-U Ca-h (lilt .fslcach
aoCasli (lilta 200 each
VH fash (illls lOOeacb.
I.Csjo Cash (illla fsj each .
Totil, 12 s Ollts, All Cash
I he ili-tnbutnii will be po.lllte ulu-ilier
all the llckeU are sold or Hot, mill Ihe U.UOO
gills all paid In proportion totbeti- ketiMild
nil un-old tickets bt'ig tlei-trot etl a ut the
t-'ir-t at d .Second Concvrts aud uut repre
sented In the drawing.
PltlCK 01- TICKKTS.
Wholo ticket", f.'iO.Oi; llalvej. 25.00;
Tenths, or ea.h coupon t.Vlsj; Kiev
Whole Tit ket- lor fj-silsi; '.';n kk, t. If
il.fXKI.OO: 1 1.1 Whole Tickets lor b.OOO.t
227 Whol- 'Hi Vets for IU,i 00.00. o tn
count on less tlun tiO-J.OO vsorlU ol 'llcketa
to a tlliir.
Tbe unparalleled success of the Third
Oilt Concert a will & the sjtl
acilon i'len bj the Klrst and
-eiontl makes II only nc-ee-sur) toaiinoiltice
the Kou.tli lo Insure tbe prompt rale ol ev
ery ticket. ' The Fourth (lilt Concert will
lie .'(inducted Inallil. clull-like the I'liiid,
and lull pi llculaip m:iv be learned Ir.iui
circulais Mblcli will be tent Irec Irom this
ntlire to all who apply n r uicm,
Tirkel" now read) lor sile and all orders
ccompaiilnl by the money promptly lllled
l.li.erul terms tjltc n to tbo-e v. ho buy to iell
strain. THUS. K HKAMI.r.TTK,
Agen 1'ubllc Library Kentuck) aud iljiis-
The II OUT EST KOLTK t FOKTL'.Vf.
$100,000 for only $2.50. I
the i. .iinF.ST itKTUitv Kurt
TlIK Sll r l.NVKsTMKNT. 1
WILL BB IIKLD AT
Soooxutoor aisit, 107Q,
FOB TUB BBNKFIT OF A
JUVKNILI-: UKFUHM SCHOOL.
40,000 Gilts, j
$4 50,0 O O '
Principal Prize $100,000
cniisl-tliig of the superb palatial reside nc-l
.-llllill Abelcs, Bq.,tlU-lirpassed n a pillati
dwelling in tlie United Male-, liellig only
lew blocl: Irom thu Court llou-c. silt mum.
ed hy intiLiiiiiceui grounil-, oich.trd-, ga
deiisutiit lueurd-. ThebullilliiL'bii.b.ie
only re e itly completed v. lib all the inoi!
m ini rivi iiieiits
J'KJZE LIST. '
13 Prize. Real Katate, 8159,12
1 Ciielt Prize, . 2).uU
" 810,000 xitx, 20,00 .
40,000 Prizes - - -150,0'
The title to the above real estate Is
antccd net feet. I
, The liberal terms of this scheme bring",
within the resell ul u'l tho greatest npp)
(unity ever olleicd lor the poormau tot
to wealth. I
PRICE OP TICKETS. '
Singlu Tickets, S2.50; Elevon Tckd
IJCOO; Filtyix Tickets, $l2fi.(10; t)
11 ii ml red a'jd.Pilteen Lickets, $260.00.
The draw Rig will bo made under the)
pciliitcudi urn u u committee appointed'
the highest officlala In the Suite, duly swt
to the lultlilul pert'oituanco ol the duties'
Ihe highest otllclals both ol City, Cou
and State have not only cudorsed
Abclci-.iiut also hi scheme. 1
Tho deiiiiind for tlcketn Is unpitrsller
and all desiring to participate in ti e ilr
ing should at once form their clubs ands
In their older
AUKN I'S W ANTKD in all Stutiy, ('It,
ami Towns In the United States uud Ci
KST.Mnney slinuid bo sent by llcgMo (
l.eiier. 1'. (). Order or exines. with tbei,
udtlress ol the purchaser In phiin wntlim
Kvery pai kige of 11 tickets has u chit
to win 11 prizes, but I'O-itively ccimli
in one. while one person out or every'
who pin chae a pus. age ol 11 i boum
win two 'i lro. '
Kur iiiiiiier iniormattnn and narticr
send ror circular to the Manager and
pricier, aim mum rr.
Oiaiun A ISKLiKM.
Leavenworth, Ka U
AUCTION SALE OF UNCLAIMED 1
"Will be told at auction at the Col
house, on Sixth street, Cairo, Illinois, f.K
ihitiuvot novcnincr at o'c ock a.n
large riuatttlty or uttclalined btitgane tc