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TITW OATHO DAILY' BULLETIN, SATURDAY, HWBMT5E11 8, 1878.
1 THE BULLETIN.
! Tmprt the City Ma County.
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NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
The election passed off quietly In
v2rmL No light occurred. So y tho
' Courier.'
Oarml, White county, hud a fire on
Mt Saturday evening. It originated lo a
ibee ihop, betide nblcb it daitroyed ono
itbtr building. Lou not itated.
Several house in Carml woro bur
1ariced on lait Thunday evening. A
Jot of valuable clothing and other article!
were itolen
The farmer' ticket in Randolph
, bounty wai terribly beaten at tho oloction
L
oo Tuesday lut.
Tho" ' Valley Clarion,' published at
Chester, Randolph county, tayi: "Rev.
I Henry J. Whltehouio, of Chicago, biibop
of Illinoil of the Froteitant .Episcopal
ohurch, one of thoableit divines of the
day, will preach at St. Mark's cburcb
aext Sunday at 10.30 a.m., and alto In tbe
evening, at which time tho confirmation
f new member will lake place."
Tho original Peak family ijavo ono of
tbeir btll rinciog entertainment at Gray
rill on Tuesday evening.
The Grayrille 'Independent,' in an
article addressed to a number of young
men of tbe "first fimillet" of tbat place,
warm them that unicii they learn bow to
behaTe themselves In church during di
vine strvice, it the 'Independent' will
feel called upon to make thnir names
i known through its columi. A word to ,
3 the wiie U tufficient.
An interesting event occurrod on
Thunday, October 3Ctb, In Koine town
ship in tali county Mr. John Christian,
ced Hvcnty years, and Mrs. Charily
Yickmore, aged sixty, being united in
marriage. Tbe ceremony wi pnr'nrrned
by Her. J. M iirown. Miy the choicest
blusicgs of Heaven rest on tbe happy
couple, ii tbo pi aver of tbe 'Free Pies.'
fill. Vornun tree Press.
The election in Salino county on
Taesday last resulted in tbo choico of It
N. Waifi. If, forjudge; G. L. Enbanks,
elerk; 11. L. Hull, superintendent of
ehool; and W. II. Pnkey, Win. Sim
ulant and X. Webber, county commission
er. The abore are all Democrats eic pi
WarAeld and Webber.
We felt sorry to hear Dr. C. K- Smltb,
declare in public speech, at tho Town
Hall, in GrayvillK. on Saturday oveninir.
"that be bal forever abandoned thu treat
.
xtepuuncn pariy. ur, smith Has alwuyi
been a rJictl Republican, but according
tehu aiseveraiions the places thai know
blm once, shall -know him no raoro. Our
God shall no longor be hit God, and hit
won't die where the Republican 'die-, anil
be woti't bi burried in their cemetery.
Hickjmt par nobxte miiim. Gray villi
Independent. The following items aro from tho Du
Quoin Tribune of the Cth inn.:
Tbe first carload of slaves woro shipped
from tbe DuQioin atavo factory on ilon
day last.
Tbe Tote in Verrv countv. nn fnniii.T
luro.
li ai very large, considering tho fact
that
uaiy county oiucer wcro to bo
letted
Halliday's Mammoth Salt Works
will raise steam in about ten days, from
wnenca salt will bo turned out at tbu
rat of a car load per day.
Tha fall wheat never looked belter
in Perry county at this eton of tho year
soan at present, the numhr of acres
own I at least thirty per cent, larger
loan ever twtore sown in Ibis county, and
ii promises an abundant yield.
The country seema to bo literally
warming wiin taiors ana potty thieves
loo great care cannot ho exer:id to
guard against tbo plundering of this
class of persons. They assume the rote of
gentlemen, agents and beggers; ami often
sMtume to be drunk, whan they are really
pying out victims, waicn tncui.
Wo have been unable to eel tho official
return of tbe election, but tbo following
named eentiemon are elected by malori
tie ranging trom two loeluht hundred:
Wtn. Elstun, county iudto; "W. S. D.
a t i- a .i-.i.. t? n..i.u if .
ll SIIMIU sw uiji r viui j w s f k ui w
. i n n snsitMainri nnafii rr minis nnin mil.
L I Bi4 VI UJ UUOI V4 IV VWUIill bVIISIll ID"
dent; John Patterson, assessor and treas
urer. All these gentlemen, except Chai.
Guemalay, are Republicans.
A fellnw wbo was "paying attention"
to ft girl on Washington street, stole down
to tbe kitchen where she was at work, the
otber morning, thinking to see wbat kind
ol a housekeeper she was. He got inter
rted as be flood behind the dour ull un
observed, watching tbe lair ono in her
toll, and intruded his nose into a crack in
the door. She Innocently shut the door
suddenly, and there was a smashed bugle
Tbo following itom are from tbe last
Columbus 'Dispatch':
The party of hunters montioned as
having passed through bere last week,
stilled a very large black bear Tuesday,
and tent one of his paws to Cant. Jim
Richardson, of tbit place, as proof of
kruin'a capture and evidence of bis un
uual tlxe.
On Monday ovening, October 27tb,
Miss Busan Carolino Godsey, known as
tbe Sleeping Beauty, died at her mother's
residence Id Obion county, Tennessee,
aged 81 years. She had boon in ber
sleeping cosmllose condition for about
tweaty-feur years.
HISTORICAL ITEMS OF ILLINOIS.
Illinois in 1820, ranked the twenty
third slate in population, and in 1870 tbu
iflh.
, Tbe first railroad built In Illinois wa
tte line from Springfield to tho Illinois
river t t the ceremony of breaking be
Couosln 1638, Daniel Waldo, K-q , ,
eredotla, bad the honor of calling tbe
liel sbove.ful of dirt.
. JUT. Thome Llpplncott (father of the
X 0- present state auditor) organized tin
fret Babbatb school In the territory of 111
iaeia, in tbe summer of 1818, throe miles
Mth of Alton This was tbe summer be
.fere Illinois was admitted a a alntn.
thu Irsttebool taught in Jacksonville
was In the winter of ) 730-7, by tho lion
lill.m Thorn, who is still a citlten cf
tbo lame town.
The town of Upper Alton Inaugurated
the free icbool system three year beforu
It was a law of the State.
A cottonwood trte planted by Bernard
Thompson in 1S43 (tho father of Judge
A. J. Thompson, nf Hetbol, .Morgan
County, Illinois), measures fourteen feet
In clrcumforenco. Said tree Is contlgloua
to tho rcsldenco ol tbe Judo, who will
at any lime be plcasod to remove skep
ticism by assisting anyone to mcasuru the
treo.
Rav. Tbomai IUndle, of Uppor Alton,
If thn oldest livinir rroj bor of tbo Metbu-
dirt Eplrcnpal t'hurch In tbo itato, liuvine
bt-en svcntv-nvo yoara a mcmbor. ami
slxty-flvo year n preaebnr. H asslftd
hlder W. In forming tbo urn .Mulhodist
hniiconal cnurcb, noar Ilorsn creek In
Sansnmnn rountv. I Dines. In 18;'0
Col T. Judd is tho oldnit nntivc cltizon
of Madimn county. He was born in
1804. nnd now rotidci north of tho city
ol Edwardivltlo.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin!
MISCELLANEOUS.
HEAVV DECLINE IN KASUVILLE
RAILROAD STOCK.
Tllii RAILROAD TROTJHLEfl
AT
KNOXVILLE.
STRIKINO EMPLOYES PREVENT
TRAINS FROM AIOVIXU.
THE LONOKE, ARKANSAS, MAiSA-
tut..
CORPUS
CURISTl ii RIO
RAILROAD.
GRANDE
TIIE
MISSISSIPPI STATE
TION.
ELEC-
BOTH BRANCHES OF TUE iiEGIS
LA'lURE REPUULIOAN.
LOWELL MILLS TO RUN
THREE-FOURTHS TIME,
ON
JOSEPH ARCH AT UOSTON,
FROM EVANSVILL.
MILL 11UHNED.
Evansville, Novembor 7. Ellis'
Canal mill burned ut 1 o'clock this morn
ing. Loss, fJO.OUU; insurance, $1'J,000.
FROM MEMPHIS.
Mem ni is, Novembor I hero wore
two deuths from yellow levur nnd 11 vb
from nlber causes durini; ibo past twenty
lour hour ending C r m
FROM JACICaON MISS.
ELLCT1UN KKtUUNa.
Jacsmox. November 7 Return come
in very tlowly, und only '23 counties have
lull rxports, which givu Ames a uiiijntily
i0j07. Thoso co'jiill-s always go Repub
lican, and when Iho official return tiro re
ceived from other counties, the mtjurlty
wilt perhaps bo somen bat lets IIihii now
timalid. Tbo vntu very I It til every
where. Thu Republicans Imvo a good
m-j irity in both branchts of thu legisla-
FROM OIL OUT, PA.
Oil ClTf, Nov. 7. A colored man
named Lmw illiam-, started a uunning
from Oil City this morning. II is body
was found shortly afterwards with a ter
rible gunshot wound near thu temple.
His gun was found near him with both
barrels discharged. It is supposed hu
committed suicide.
Tho body of a man CO years of ace was
louud three miles from Franklin, in this
tatu, last evening. No marks of vloleiicu
wore visible.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
San Fiiakcisco, November 7. A die
patch from Unionville. Cel., says a severo
shock ot earthquake was leu iue.ro tiuoui
half-past six luls afternoon and mat
lighter shocks bad been full at Intervals
durini; tbo past two days and nights.
No damage was done. Alltku sailors oi
ihoBhip Sunrise, witnesses against Ctpt.
Clark and bis mate. Harris, bnve beun re
arrested and placed in jail. Two hocks
of earthquake wero felt in Virginia City
about 7 o cii cw this evening.
FROM CHICAGO.
OAKUM FACTO KT HUKKKIi.
Ciiicaqo, Noveinbur 7. Tho oakum
factory uf John Davis A Co., ou tho cor
nor of .Miller and Kenzie streets,
caught firo this evening, from tbo friction
ot macninory, and was entirely destroyed
.boss tia.uuii. ro insurance.
MONEY onUZR rOROEIt.
Colk, tbo young postal money order for
ger plead guilty in tho United Stales dis
trict court and wus sentenced to thrcu
yean in tho penitentiary.
FROM CORPUS CURISTl.
CoRrua CiniibTi, Tmac, November
7 The Corpus Chrisll & Rio Grando
Railroad Cumpuny organized hero to-day
under the cLuner of iho Stutoof Texas.
1 he line connects this nlacu with Sareda
and beidei controlling the Kio Graudu
trade will oxercisa a powerful influence
in checking border depredations and
opening to setthmcnt tho rich lands of
ihe Jneuiso vallev. Parties aro being
titou iii win uoio, und tno construction
ot iho road will be rapidly pushed. Rep
rosentatives of northern capitalists are
iium, aim vyui, idoi, it. uobb, lato l'resb
dent of the frontier commlulon, has ac
ccpted tho i'reulency of thu road. Much
local enthusiasm is elicited, and Is pow
orfully stimulating emigration and tbe
trade or this place.
FROM LOUISVILLE.
a a eat dxcline is namivillk uailkoad
fTvCK.
Louibvillc, Novembor 7. In financial
circles the Important item of news is the
decline In Nashville railroad stock It hat.
been offered at Vo-a big tumble from 79
-and it is rumored thai it Is a put-up job
The decline in Nashville, or something
else, producod a street rumor thai II D
Nnwcutnb, president of iho L'lulivillu
and Nashville railroad was seriously uf
fueled, but the story is denied, as ho u
loo strong to be injured to any great ex.
tent, oven if the slck should bo quoted
at five Instead of twonty-fivo.
CUT II KB Til Ho AT.
A tallor named Joe Wagner cut bis
1c!,Jort -"'Kl'ti with a butcher
knife. She Kot divorce from him iwo
veeks aeo, and this evening ho entered
her houo and committed the jict. She
will batdly live until morning.
TMcBBBAPHlBL
FROM WILMINGTON.
ATTKMPT AT BoUUKhY.
WiLHt.Noro.s, Del. Nuvutnbcr 7.
Great uxuiti-nitrnt ws crouted this oveu
lug by an alaim proceeding from tho
residence of tbo cashier of tbo bank of
Delownru in this city, caused by nn hi
tempt of five masked men lo gug and
bind tbo family of tbo cmliler.wiin view
of robbing tho bank. Thu men (jainod
numuii'ice iu mo uouso by 8tratleglni
ana selzta tno cafbier, hnnd-cutTed und
into lilra on Iho fl.wr, tboy then pro
cedeu to the dining room whero tbo
ladles wcro ut tea, and wlih dmwn pistols
cniurreu su iicu. unu ol ttio ladles t-scup
lug gV8 alarm, and two policemen ar
rivea in timo lo leu tuo burglars escaping
Lliase Was given Hnd utio of thi police
giuirn upon inn rcireaiiric: gang; shots
we to excWigi d without cIT. ct, one ol thu
robin r suddenly stopped and nllowed tho
I'lllcor to int noar him whi-n h Holt lilm .
murderous blow and tho ofUcorj foil lensc-
ies, seemingly seriously wounded on thu
neaa ino robbers to far !iao ovaded
arrest.
FROM KNOXV1LLE.
Till: RAILROAtl RTtili.-f
K.voxvjllb, Tenn., November ".Tho
raurouu iock continues. Tbo attempt ol
tbo company to send out a ri..hi .ri-.
from this city fulled, owing to tbo enclneor
ueiug provonica uy lorco Irom taklnc his
onglno trom tbo round house. Tbo com
pany nas sued ono hundred of tho strikers
in tuo circuit court for ono-hnlf million
dnmages. Tho sheriff sorved tho notices
mis cvcninc. ibo comnsov Mn n1n nn.l
anotbor hundred strikers. In tbo chnnrnr
court, nnd obtained an injunction, restrain
ing llicm from obstructing thn business of
tho company. An attemnt will on mud..
to siart iroignt trains to Uristol and Chat
nnooga to-morrow morning Tho direct
ors to-day adopted a preamblo and resolu
tions concluding as follows ;
Resolved. That wo hereby advise and
sucu'est that no ano hereafter boemnlnved
In tho aervlco of the coinnanv who is u
memoeroi any ieai;uo, bodv or orcan za-
tlon or combination which indicates and
oncouragos such nets of disorder, vio
lence and wrone. and seeks to nccnmnlinh
purposes by palpnblo and outrageous vlo.
latlons of law.
FROM LITTLE ROOK.
Little Rock, Novembor 7 The trag
edy reported in Lonoku cuunty last night
has created intense excitement. It ap
pears that one of the Eagles wua acting In
tbo capacity of constable, nnd had wur
rants for tho arrest of tbo two negro hog
thieves. On coming up with them, tboy
refused to surrender, and as tbu constable
and ptsso dismounted, they wcru fired
upon by u bund of negroos in ambush, kill
ing all Ihrcoo" thu Envies, and severely
wounding Sulivan. Dr Gray was tho
only ono of tbo posse wbo wus unhurt. On
his escape, bo returned to Lonoke and re
ported tbo pa liculnrs, when tho sheriff of
Lonoko county summoned u posn of fifty
men arid went to tho place of tho deed.
II arrivod thoro nt II o'clock Inst night,
nnd found tho bodies with no odd neir.
They had been robbed of g'ins, jewelry
nnd equipments The bodies woro re
moved to Lonoko to-day. whern an in
quest is being btild Tho sheriff of Lo
noko arromrnnled ly Hon. T. 1. h-ulo,
representative from Jjonnko, whoso kin',
men were killed, nrrived in tbo city this
evenini; and laid all the fc' beforo the
gnvornor. Thn flieriff of PuUski sent
out a pnsn nf ten men to-day to effect the
arrest thn murderors but nothing has been
beard from them.
FROM UO.iTON.
IlO.VlUla TJ AllCU llEUUCTlo.H or uouita.
ii.sfv.v, Novuiubur 7 Joseph Aiuh
was n uUt-sl ol thu city to-day. lie, lu
company with thu nikyur nnd utherK, vis- I
lied tli public instiiuiiuhs und drove out
lu tbe hi inn of Lungtelluw. Thu da'
prugrnmtuu ended w lib a banquet at thu
'arker lluutu. Jlr. Arch lull tor Pimw
York lo-inglit, und will start lor England
lo'iiiurruw llo purposes ruturning lo
thi country in tho spring.
Monday next thu hasturn railroad will
reduce tho hours uf labor and the pay of
iiumliVuB twuiiiy per ctiil. A meeting
uf representative ol tho Lowell mills liu-
een bold to eonsiuer inu couna ovsi io
pursue, in vluw uf tbu present depm ion
Tbeiu mills employ about 1J bOU bands,
and operate half u million spindle and
bout I3.UVU looms, it wai voieu 10 uo-
gin at onco to run on thrce-fourlhs time,
nnd to conlinuo until thu condition of af
fairs changes.
Biivri'N, Novembor 7. Tho Manches
ter, N, ll., print works will do no more
printing until tho 1st of December.
About bUO puoplQ aro thus thrown out oi
work. Mill huvo shut down this week
and it 19 understood will run onty four
days per week hereafter. Tho mills ol
the Great Falls .Manufacturing Company
will bo run on three-fourlt's timo on and
aftor next Mundav. Tho Ameshurg
woolen mill commenced yesterday run
ning on half time. Tho Salisbury mills
aro rnnnlng on quarter time. Tho Men-
melint U mpany, of halisbury, will shut
down to-morrow for tho month of
November. Owing to thn reduction of
their wages, a largo number of labor-
era nn main construction bridge nt
Watervlllo havn quit work, leaving few
employed at that point. Tho Maine
Central railroad has lust discharged 300
workmen.
FROM NEW YORK.
rC.NKKAL or OE.V. OAUrtELI).
New Yokk, November 7 Thu funeral
of Gun, Gin fluid, Iaiuuf thu United Slates
army, towk placu this uflcrnoun. Thu pull
oeururs wuro uenis. nuwton, Varnuin
aulou anu yuuu. inu remains weru
taken to ureeuwood cemetry for iutur
ment.
lly thottatcmontof Mr. E. IJ. Wesloy,
uiu receiver oi inu union i rusi ujuuian v.
II is shown tha thu following sucurilius
ero purchased with thu company's funds
by dulaultmg Secretary Carlton: 1,000
snares miaiiuc raciuc rauroau stock.
SOU shares l'uciuo .Mall bleamsuip stock
J.OUO ahares Union l'ucitlo railroad stuck,
OO'J shares Western Union Telegraph
Hock, and 400 shares Columbus, Chicago
ix Indiana central rauroau stock, Thesi
aru a:eordingly olaimed ns tbu property
of tbu Trust Company.
THE rUKEUAL OK TUB LATE LOUIS OAV
LOHD CLAKs:
took placo this afturnoon. The pallbear
ers wuru Parku Godwin, Martin Marblo
A. II, ttoddert, Erastus Rrooksuud Ilu"b'
L. Hastings.
Two hundred and thirty men woro dis
charged from tho lumber yard in Green
point; ouu hundrud lahurers weru dis
charged at Lung Island OllVi ono bun.
dred cabinet makers wero discharged In
the same city; lour hundred inun from thu
Urooklyn city work, and threo hundred
men from tho Prospect Park improvu
mollis. Thu rubber comb factory at
College Point, Long I.ltind, have ro
ducud their time to lour days pur week
employing six hundred men. 1
Tho grand Jury of Suffolk county, Long
Iilatid, to-dy found indictmonts against
several parlies fur the murder of Charles
Kelsey only ono of whom (Rudolph
Sammis) ha been arrested.
John Muchly, proprietor of a cutting
factory In tin cliy, has commenced suit
agairut I!rook!y.n du'cctlve for falio im
prisonment, which w accompanied by
false information furnished them by the
notorious Ancrtttl Meyer, charging him
with complicity in tbo Goodrich jnurdor,
WASHINGTON.
THE
VTAR DEPARTMENT
MATES.
ESTI-
SENATE COMMITTEE ON TRANS
PORTATION. THE IJEPORT TO BE READY FEB
RUARY FIRST.
A VALUABLE AND COMPKBUEN
blVE DO0UMEN1".
CUBAN SYMPATHIZES DOWN IN
THE MOUTH.
INCniCASKD ESTIMATE.
Washington, November U. Tho war
department tttimatta uiu tell millions in
uxcuss of tuo current yur,bjing 50,3'iO,
UUO, agalli-t $iU,bbl,U0O. 'I'bu Indian bu
reuu estimates nru $7,UOU,UOO iur tbu next
liecnl year, agiiinsl?i,UOO,uoo for tbu pres
ent ono.
THE err.cTAL bevate committee on
THANsrollTATlOX lluUlK
to the seaboard tiro to meet hero un tbe
17th Instant, and will then proceed south
to investigate Ihu claims and luar evidence
on tbo proposed canal routu frutn Savun
nab to tbe Coosa river. Tbu committee
do not expect to present their report be'
foro tbo last of January or early In Feb-
ruary. T-o national board of trado, at
tbior recent Chicago session, directed thu
executive commlttoo to muct In iialtimoro
January 15, anticipating that tho report
wouia ne ueioro thu public by that tlioo.
Tho comniltteo havo been too busy in
traveling, taking ovidenco, etc, to find
tho timo necessary to consider what rec
ommendation it will make, und will nol
bo ablo to do so until tbo testimony and
docu "cuts aro all laid bo foro thu commit
ton, so tbat each member may bo ahlu to
dlgost them. Tho preparation of tho ro
port will probably not bo cntorod upon
until tho holiday.
value or the retort.
Conversations with different persons.
wbo aro cognlziut of tho commiiicu'a
operations, indicate pretty cleariy that iho
report or Ihu appendix thereto Will bu
chltflj valuable fur the ihorougLly caru-
iui unu comprenunttvo maimer in which
thu fact bearing upon existing or ti re
jected walur ruutu.-, nu'.urul nnd artificial,
their cost, improvement, benefits lu sec
tional, local and imtiunal commerce, aro
stated; ill jo tho ample exhibit that will bu
made of tariff rales und cost uf grain iraus-
portation by rail, car.ul, river and lk,
tho facilities for storage transhipped, ex-
pnrntion charges, etc , thi rallroada by
winch no.riy or qutlu a 1 tho urn n of tho
interior is transported.
AlUI.Ml THE COMMITTEE.
Thu Nuw England seaboard, as well as
Nuw York, uro engagud ut Ihu present
timo in preparing tur Iho couiiuitiuu't
uu labuluted statements uf nil thu grain
snipped over their ruspujtivu roads for
soverul years past. Thu commiltio luvu
luuud mdroad olllciali-, in uomiuuu with
uthur iransporlutiun interest, nut only
willing, but anxious to turuish informa
tion, and uppureully dcairuus ol mding
tho ul'jucls ut thu inquiry. Thu suveiul
rnrmerg orgaiiiz itioiu. whether Ilka ibosu
of Illinois or thu P.-tlron uf llurbtndry
in inuir various Main grange, aru alo
aiding thu cause, having prepared
statements relatlvo to ihu cost oi
pto luclkn. Vim piicn ut grain nt
Ualing points of M-lpmenl, und the
coil ot truutportulion to market, with such
testimony as their knowledge ut thu
freight, elevator, commission merchant,
grain-denler and speen'a'.or nogs cnublu
them to afford. In thesu wuya a very Val
uable mii-s ut facts will bu gathered, wliich
tlie commlllro hopu lu present in a clear
and useful form, to thai if no other pres
ent result follow their labors than the
awakening and instruction ot cougres'
und tho public to the Incts and needs they
indicat-', Ihu work will bo worth the cost.
It Is hardly prolmhln that tho commil'eu
will lel useit warranted In presenting
any uiaboralo plan or plans in relation to
Interests so complex und comprehensive
In a great measure their work is prepara
tory and suggestive.
I'r.uUAIlLE RECOMMENDATIONS,
It Is believed lhal aiming thu measures
recommended will bu Ihu completion by
tho government of tbo Kanawha und
Virginia cabal, the pressing forward of a
comprehensive system of improvement
for ihu Mississippi river, thu utllnnation
of an immistakiiblu manner of tho right
uf congress to regulate and fubervitu
intor-slate commerce, by rail or other
wise, and tbu organization preparatory
thurulo of a competent cummi-siun or
committed to make a thorough examina
tion into tho railroad tyslern of econo
mies, good and ubusivo. so as lo ill con
gress to legUluto in a qualified manner on
tho subject.
1'ObTAL SAVINGS HANKS.
Postmaster Gem nil Cruswull seems
quilu confident ut the adoption uf lil pos
tal savings bank pr-j ci. in prereiiung
tbo scheme, bo will givu it u d algnutiuii
different from the Uriliuli system, a hi.
plan will, in some Important particular;,
bo ossuotially different. In all probabil
ity tho name suggcited will bu llmtof na
tional savings depositors.
CU11AN SYMPATHIZERS DOWNHEARTED,
In Cuban circles hero thoro it great feel
ing ut thu loss of ihu sleumor Virginia, It
is slated that umung tbo passenger aro a
number of youug mon, cudula of promi
nent Cuban families, who weru without
doubt expecting to laud with
tho vlow to bring parties to a forward
movement known to huvo been deter
mined upon. Tho Cubans appear to huvo
about abandoned any idea of uid from
thi govornmont through any form of rec
ognition, moral or political, and havo de
turmined, o far a their moneyed interests
aro concurncd, on ono moro vlgorou ef
fort to extond aid to their associate in
Cuba, as well as to increase tho small ad
vantages tboy can derive from the recog
nition givon by tho Spanih-Amerlcan
countries. Littlo doubt Is felt hero umong
diplomatic or other circle haing th
means of judging, that ull of tbo captured
mon will bo girroted.
NEW MINISTER.
Sonor FlguerroB, tho now Spanish mln
istor, will arrlvo about the loth Inst.
CUUAN EMANCIPATION.
Tho visit of tho Spanish minister of
colonies is fur tho special purposo of nn
ondoavnr to arrango a common basi for
emancipation with leading colonial slave
bolder and Spanish (ifllcial.
ADMIRAL TOLO
will return to Spain on Senor 'Flguerroi'
arrival, and expect a naval command at
once.
Washington, Nov. 7. Tho lennto
Tranipurtalton commiltootwill meet beru
on thu 17th int., and then visit Georgia.
Tho receipt from customs at the
treasury lor tho week ending October 31.
New York $1,00-1,082; Baltimoru $07,873
J Meredith, at present consul general
in Paris, has boon promoted to bo minis
ter residont, vico J. M, Francis resigned;
Torbert, at present consul general at
Havana, bat been promoted lo be consul
general at Pari vico Read promoted;
Henry C, Hall, at present vico consul
eeneral at Havana, bus been promoted to
baconml general at Havana.
Lieut. Wilkinson, or Gnn. Howard's
staff, be been ordered to Fort McPber-
ton, to conduct, the Modrcs to their new
homo in tho Indian Territory.
Tho Secretary nf tho Interior to-duy
heard thn argu'mnnt for and against tho
application for a rpboaringof tho caso of
thn at. Paul & Sioux Cliy v. Winona &
St. Petor railroad, growing o.it of over
lapping grant.
FROM SALT L4.KE.
TKKD OIUNT.
Salt Lake, November 7. Col. Fred
Grant, was loo III to attend tho reception
llo walked out last evening and was belter
this morning, and loll to return cast.
HoDHED.
Evnm lingers nnd wife, who arrived
hero last n:ght from thu cat, have been
robbed of JJ.700 in gold. Ills said thatii
regular system nf robbing railway trains
is in operation at Odeii.
CAIH WANTED.
Largo quantities of. pro for shipment
cannot bo moved for the want of curs.
I HON AND COAL MfCoVKRED.
Vast deposits of Iron and coal havo been
discovered near St. Georges, in tho south
ern part of tho territory.
PROBABILITIES.
Washington, Nov. ".For lower lakes
fresh lo bnk southerly winds, threaten
ing and rainy weather. For Middlu and
Eastern states, northerly and easterly
winds, cloudy nnd rainy weulhur. For
Southern states, southeasterly nnd north
easterly winds, partly cloudy and dealing
weHthe; falling temperature. For Ohio
Valley thence over Tennisseo, southwest
erly winds, veering to northwesterly;
clearing and colder weather. Fur upper
lakes, northwesterly winds, occasional
rain, nnd partly cloudy woathcr. Reports
are missing from northwest, southwest nnd
irenerally from well of tho Mississippi
river. Cautionary signals arn ordered
for Detroit, Toledo, Clveland, Cincinnati,
Buffalo. Oswego and Rochester, nr.d con
tinue nt Capo Mny.
KIVER.
Cincinnati, November 7--Rlvcr fall
ing. Departed: Andes, Wheeling.
FliTi-UL'iio, November 7--River C feel
3 inehe and fulling. Light ruin set In
this afternoon.
NewOhleanh. Novembor 7 Depart
ures: Carriu V Kotintz. St Louis; J, hu
B Maude, Memphis. Clear and pleasant.
t Luuts, Novembir 7. Arrived;
Liku Superior, Keokuk; Elliott, .Memphis.
Ueparted: Kauntr, Nw Orleans; Belle.
oi .i nipnu, .Memphis; i.ako Superior
Keokuk. River fulling. Wuathcr cloudy
anil warm.
Vi K-lilflio, November ". Down:
Mollie Moore, Condeimmarci, Turn ,Ii
per, Henry Pruba-co. Pha- iix, it E L'io
Up: Gleneoe, Ilellu L". Arrived; Joe
Karmey. Weather cltur and cool. River
rising.
Evansvili.k, Nrv 7. Cloudy and
warm; -ign of ruin; mercury i to CO
River fallen 3 inches. Portli'sl: I) mr.
Keydouiii atiil bargn o a. in.; Ed. Hubh
ami uiibert .Mltchell.bn.ru; Hawkevo
noun; II. .McCumb, Charmer and Mary
Anient, 1:3d p. Ul,; Tarafcon, "J p. m; J
D, P-rker, 3 p. m. Up-Geo. Roberts
and Q liekstep. 0 a. m ; Fuyclie, '-'.30 p. rn.
iiu-ii.ess active.
MrMnii.", November 7 Tho river
rose 0 inehn. Weather Indieates ruin
Business fair Arrivals Marv Miller
anil Klla, Cinclniiali: Curtiss. uuut-r
Mississippi; Cliy of Vieksbtirg, Sf
Ioinls; Legal Tender, Viek-burg, and
local packets. Departed Alary .Miller
and Curtiss, New Orleans; City of Vicks
turg, Vieksburg, and local packets. De
parture to-miirrnw Grand Ti wer, St
Loils; Minne,a, Cincinnati, and Henro
Ames, New Orleans, at u v m.
Louisville, November 7 -River fall-
ing with 7 feet 9 inches in the canal, and
o feet 0 Inches in iho pus down Indiana
Schutu Weuther warm, cloudy and
showery, business light Cpt. Wilkin
son's new Red River boat. W J Ilra-
hart, is loading f r points on that river
Arrivals-United Slates. Cincinnati:
Grey Eagle Henderson- Willie, Cincin
nati; Aleghany Rll and barges, Wheel
Ing. Departed United States. Cincin
nati; Grey Eagle, Henderson; Willie.
ew Orleans: Alleghany Hello and
bargca, New Orleans.
M A KICK i RKl'ORT.
Chicago, November 7, Flmir dull and
lonur; .epilng good to choico rilfn..
b !i0 - -
Wheal dull and tinsottled; No J spring
0J(ne)5c; elu-ing !)lj spot; No 3 Sia,
Corn in tuir demand and loner Nui!
mixed hold al 3'.'Jc cash, closed 33j seller
December.
Oats in fair demand nnd lower; No 2
l'CjlCJo ensb; Vio December.
Rjo quiet and we-.k; 6SJo8c.
Bsrley dull, unnutlled and lower; No 'J
fall 11 I7l 23.
Provisions du'l and a sado lower; pack.
er are not inclined tu accept decline in
mess pork: mlesli 60 cash; $11 Junuary.
I ard Iijo ca-h.
Whiskey lair demand and lower 87c.
St. Louis, Novomber 7. Hemp dull
and nominal.
Flour, dull and prices scarcoly qootublo
exiraSl Ob(rt; XX So 250; XXX $C
Wheat, dull nnd nothing doing, No 'J
red fall offered at $1 401 38; red No 3,
l UlH
Corn, lowor, No 2 mixed offered freely
at 33Jc. '
Oats lowor, No 2 mlicd 2030c.
Rye, dull und lowor, No 'i, 01.c.
Barley dull and unchnnged,
Provisinns dull, only jobbing and order
demand; mni-s pork SIC0J.
Lard dull, new steam bjo.
Whl.koy steady 90.
Cattle steady and unchanged.
Hogs aetivo'$t li!55; receipts $17.
Nuv Oulkanh, November 7 Flour
dull; XX $0 23; XXX$7S 23; family
i8 7a(u.'J "5. '
Corn in fair dorratid; mixed 7271c ;
white and yellow 71f7iJ8IJo.
Oats quiet at M 3c.
Bran dull and lower at 90953.
liny In moderate damaud ; prime $23;
ch.dcu !f25.
Pork du 1 and nominal nt $IQ 25.
Dry salt rneasa dull and dcprestoil;
slioiilders UJo; bacon dull and declined;
cteur alb OJe ; clear 7o; hams no de
mand und nominal Ujc.
Lard scarce, lair local demand; tie'reo
PJfJOc; kog 10lHc.
Sugar dull, aid especially low grades;
InlrRn; soeon is 8(0Je; yellow clarified
OJCJOjc whltii0jC.i)iUltf.
Moliisies in good demand; prime 70
90c.
Coffee quiet at 23Jc.
Corn met! dull at 8 Vfi.
Whiskey scarco; Louisiana 93c; Cin
c nnati$l 02.
New York, Novemlr 7 Flour dull,
irregular and unsettled ; superior West
ern SI B5i 00". common lo gnod 5 73
rii,C 10; good to choice JO 200 00;
wnitu wheat extra 0 1)1(7,!) &().
Whisky A shade firmer at 0001c.
AVheat DuH and lowor; Iowa spring
$1 26(3)1 30; No. 1 Chicago $1 271 28J;
wlntorred Western SI 45; No. 3 spring
and northwest together $1 23.
Ryo and barley unchnnged.
Corn Heavy and lower; prime West
nrn mixed, afloat, 68(3)t,8e ; yellow CO
COJc.
iNHiKAncr.
CHrAIIMSIIIED 183S.
SAFFORD, MORItia k CANDEH.
General
JIVSURAISCE AGENTS
73 Olllo VtiiM,.
CITY NA1MNAL DANK UWILDINO
CAIRO, ILLS.
The oldet establlslietl Agency In Southern
Illinois, representing ocr
805,0011,000 00 !
of tho lict Insurance Capital nt (be
Ulilleil Jjtateaj
TEUTONIA L 1 1-' E INSUItANUK
OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
OeNT'L.Orvicn, 172 Wa8HinotomSt.
A.OTIVA, SS50.000.
this Uerman Life In-urance Uoinpiui)
guarantees not only Paid-up I'oiielca but
al-o a Value In Cash on the Non-forfeiture
(dsn
IOHN A. UUCK, - President
U. KNOBELSDORF, - - - HcereUry
JOHN W. PRUK.JH,
Airent for Cair0 and vicinity.
BISMAluniUND.
SECTION NO. 47.
Assonatlon for promoting Life Insurance
nnd Hick Relief by weekly dues, and mutual
co-operntlon In object ol public bcncllt.
The Idle Insurance Policies will be Issued
by tho Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
H. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUESS. Ao't.
rornlrHiif1 Vlulnllr
CONSUMPT I O JN
AND ITS CUKE.
Ylctltna ol thi awful disease are found In
In oery neighborhood, In almost every
liou-e.
Korthcmand for their friends, wohae
titling ol iroo.l cheer anJ hone the an
noiineemeut of a inot Imtiortaut dl-i inerv.
tlrmly ba-cil ujam common senc ami n-a-
un, oj iviiirn me lerrioie maiaiiy is pol
11 ely controlled, iiiul lt victims are perma
nently restored to health.
"WX LLbON'S
CAHBOLATHJ Clll) UVBIt OIL
Is not a secret ol empirical nostrum. It i a
hap;,) combination ot t o remedlel known
to ili) -Ichm- clerj where as tin: be-l means
ol eomhjtlng con-iimiit on. TnU eombiuu
tlon 1 Mr. Wlllsou'a dijer 'cry ami is
founded iiion the lolloulni: i
SOUND ItKASOMXG :
Consiimiitlon Is decay rjoothlng, exuect
orant renivdie- are only U-eltil a- iulllutles,
they do not reach the cau-c they ilmi'il -top
tie decay, lonlo medicines strengthen tne
III lorces and (irolong the battle, but Ihe
decay goes steadily on, and sooner or later
me in tun mii-iyiuiii. Climatic en mire, are
-otnetline- gootl. hut thi-V seldom wbolh
cure. In short, the Hist thing tu be none (
to eTOI- tiik iikca V ', then apply tbe re-tora
tle. tonle un, I strength glilini treatment
I'hlnk n moineti'. 'Iheluiik'- are deeajlni:
iiiiiereies, mecraii'in-, cat incs ami ilepo
ciilatlon carries tlil in l-on ulloiertlieb dy
Ua-tlng, Insa uf uppetttc. elli riallon, niKht
sweats, nml all the terrlblo si iimioms ai.
pear; I-ll nonb ulille to iloetor Ibe sjsrip-
ioiiis, iviucii nru me ciy me re-iiii, wuiie
t lie decay, which l the cause, U eating up
the I'fo springsr
'I hc-e tun things are well known by tbe
be-t physk-luiis :
I. Caiboliu acid positively arrests decay.
It Is the mn-t poweilul antl.eptlo in the
known world. Even dead hoill- a ale tire-
served by It. Entering Into tin circulation
It nt once grannies with corruption, nil
decay cca-en. It pu-ities tlie sources ol dis-
ua-e.
2. Cod Liver OH Is nature's be-t assl-tant
lu resl-tin. con-umptloii. It Is ut once a
loud, a tonic, a ptirltier, a healer. It braces
III) and supplies the vital loices. feeds tlie
wa-teil m stein, mid enables nature to rei-uln
her lootholit. bur these purpose nuthiug
can compare with Cod i.lier Oil. This the
theory ol
WILLSON'S
CAKIiOUTKl) CUD LIVER OIL
As described Hilly In the linentor's circular,
ublcti will be mulled, upon application, to
any adtlre-..
Vo cannot afford space to tell the whole
tor) beru, ur to give tho numerous certlli
e .lie's irom emlnciit ph)slclaii. mid u.-ll-known
citizen tcstlfi mg to the ahsoliitel)
womlerltil re. tilt, honing trom Ibla ureal
dl-covi ry. Sutlli u It to say It l curing thou-
anus who stipposctl llieu.selies to be ut
death' door.
VI hoV- Carhnhted Oil l sclentllicail)
prcpiaied with the purest carbolic acid, so
combined as to he entirely h irmless, with
SWKKT NoltWKOIAN (Oil LlVKIl OlL
From the oelpbratcil il.herics at Aalcstind
t.Vorway), plonoiiiiccd by physician the
nio-t delicate, elllclent coi liver oil In the
world.
1 1 U easily taken, tolerated by the weakest
stomachs, dlgc-ts readily, niter becomes
rancid, an I la almost entirely Iri-e Irom the
Usual ill-ayreca ilu charaeterintlcs of cod
liver oil.
For every uto ol cod llvr oil Mr. Wlllson's
discover) (sol the greatest talue.
For the safe li ternal adml Istration ol
carliollu neid Mr. Will-on' me i, d of com
bining It with cod liver oil is absolutely nec
essary. WILLSOK'3
CARIiOLATKD COD LIVER OIL
Is a specific and radical cure for
a o nsr s tj nyn jp t x o it
AND SCIWFULOU,- DISEASB.
Remember tho nnino, "Willson'a Carhn.
luted '.'ml l.her Oil." It comes in large
wcdge.hapeil bottle, hearing the inven
tor's signature, and la told by the best drug
gists. Prepared by J. II. Wlllson.Kl.lnhn St., N. Y
80I.il HY AM. I)ltUGUI8TH.
UlCHAHlieoN it Co., St Louis, Wholesale
II uiu.iiutA: EnsALL.CIilcago. Agcnta.
8-1 d.tw ly
I), AYK1IB.
E. J. AYKIts.
AYERS & CO.,
FLOUR
ANU
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvke, Uaiuo, III.
i.7.ti
R. J. OUiNDIFF,
GENERAL PRODUCE
AMD
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 17 EiQHTti St.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
BAMKt
ENTEIU'RISE SAVINGS
tliitrlerail Hrett lit, l-Sfle.
onirics or
OITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
orricKRs :
A. 1). HAKKOHO. Indent ;
H. H. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
II. UYrJLOl', Secrotary aud Tietturtr
Diasuroa
i. St. lUaoLts, Obas. Ultluua.
K. II.HTiwtriiiu, fACL U. Hoacsi,
ll It. ()csishaii, u. I. IIlLLIUlf,
1. M. t'mttlrs.
lieposHaut hsijt Ansouu UsK-elvtMllrom
Ten t'snu I'liwiint.
rUKKKril paid en deposits t tba rasoolau
preent. psrinnum, March 1st anil Hptm
hsr 1st. Interest cot nlthdrawn I tdded linme.
llstslj to tin pnnalpsl of Ihe rfepoilt, tberebt
'Tlar( thorn oompound lnlrsl
u a nru an wotiiw and oniLtiairr mat
UBl'OHIT UOItBT
ra tnT no oat cui ea aw it.
Opsn eterj bulDs- dv from S .tn. to t p.m.,
tad 8.tur,l ty.nn lor HA VINO DEPOdITt
cnl., from t in o clock,
"tl W. HtHIiOI. Trnrf.
THE OITY NATIONAL
IIAIHII, H.I.INOIM
UAl'ITAIs, ' - 8100,000
irricsL
'A'. P. 1U1.LIIUT, Fresldsbli
HKNitT I.. IIAI.LIUAT, Vie.-Prsili.oi
i.n.HAfTORU. Cashier I
WALTCA IUSLO!', tlllCtnDslhlsr-
oitsciaaii
HtilTI TllUJH, Kosist 11. Ovssixjush
HtSUT I.. llsLlieit, W, P. lllUIDAT,
(inn. I). WitLittisoN, HrrruiN Hihd
A. II. UirrokD.
ttsehnuer, I'otxi nnd t'nttnl si us tea
ltonrla Ilunitit stad Mild.
DKI'OSITH rrjcclved, nd isnsrml bnklct
atlSIU.SS rIODe.
FIIWT NATIONAL BANK
or UAiiie,
It. W. MlLt KH, l'n-fldenl.
.1. M. I'm Lirsi. Vlre-l'rcslilent.
ClIAH. CUNMNOHAM, Cashier.
COLLKCTIONH I'UOMITLT MADB.
HIXCHAMIK oeln. tiak notes sod Uoilsd
J -lsl.s wnrlltea KnjwM sn nM
ir. .lnwt Mine llspiMlU.
LtWTKHN,
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORN EV.ec CHUN.SEI.OR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
ORIne over Klrst National tuink. H-IS3m
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Offlceover Kimt National bank. .t-lfUlm
John 11. Mulkey. Wilhu C. ilulkey
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Olliee: Klirhtli street, between Comtner
cl.il and Wurhliiton aveuues.
Mi If.
GREEN & OILiJKHT,
ATTORNKYb
COUNHELORH AT LAW,
Willlmu It.lireou, )
Wllhsm II Ollhfrl, OAJKt), ll.l.lWOIH,
Mile. F.Oi)l.ert, J
rapeoul ttntion Klven o AdroiraltT Bd
Et'smMst business.
orriost onto lkykk, boomh 7 abtd 6 ovira
OITT VATIOKAI. IIAWW
BKAL KSSTATK ASJRSfCl.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (CKOOHD FLOOU) OUIO LBVXtl.
CAIIIO, IMJJ,,
Uor and Sxll Rbal Ehtatf.,
PAY TAXES,
t'URNISII ARSTRAOT8 OF T1TLK
IIOAT ll'IIIKVN.
SAM WILSON,
PIUID IS
r
BOAT STOKES
rn . '...
iiiieoBUtv
1 ROVI8IONH KTO.
!!. 11(1
'i T,v lUnio j
siiuss:iin.
ilYLANl) & SAUEH,
AMU IlKALKUe IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK EVERY DESCRIP'i'lON,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenu
noxt door to tbo llyland saloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
JACOB WALTER,
BTJTOHHB
AND DEALER IN
FRESH MEAT,
Swum Stuiit, Dktwhcn WAemxaToa
amdCouuihcial Avsmucb,
IdJotttlnB Ulttvnbottee stad Hstuar'a
Kp the bst or But, Pork, Muttoa Veal.
Lamb, Saue, etc, nd era prepared to irve
iltiMM In tbe most aoeeptable mnnr,

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