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. THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
SMITH, HACK & CO., )
NO. 300 BHOAD STREET,
lb .pectltilly Solicit Conlrumeuta of ,
PROVISION'S, PRODUCE. GRAIN AND
rpo which they will irlva canful aud prompt at
J. lelillou. They aru pruparid to make liberal
Hid will u.e tln-lr beat rffiirtu for the Inlere.U of
those favoring Ibein.wltli cou.l.'umenu.
liefer, by pcrmlMlon. to National Baxk. of An
gu.ta; National Ch hikui Hank, of Aui;uta. Ua.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS It. R.
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
THE train by thb road concert at St Lou!, and
Ea.t tit. Ia.hI. with all otter line, to the EAsT,
Throoch trprwi learn Cairo 11
Throuiru njirwi arrtn-a at Eat St. I.aula
Murphy.boro accommodation Icaveal alro t
Murulii.boro a'-c. arrive, at Murpby.horo 8
nn a tn.
Through ciprr.. Iav-a Kat hi. Loul. 8
Through cipre.a arrive) at Cairo 5
Wurjibi.boro ac Iear-a Murpb)boro i
Murpbyiboro acc. arrive at Cairo 12
1.'. p m.
lirjMljMDCli, mtirowi i, the only ALL
RAIL ROUTE between ( air and St. Lool. und.-r
one manairrmeot ; therefore there are no-drlart at
a. .tatfona awaitlu connection, from other line.
IW Pawn-ager. uuing North, Norlb.-a.land Wet
abonld nut buy th.Tr tlckcta until they Lave maw
iLotl our rate, and route..
L. H. JOHN HON. General Manager.
B J. FINE. General Agent, Cairo. 111.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Qukktst Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
fl'HE only road running two dally train, from Cairo
X making dlrvcl ronuritioo wub Ea.lern llur.
TRAINS LEAVE CAIKU-IIOp. m : Kantri
pre... arrltlugln hi. I.oui. 7:Mp. m.: c'blraitu 8 m
a. u.; 1:1" p. n.: Cincinnati and Louisville Fat
Line, arriving lu Cinrinuail at 8:05 a. m.: Loul.ville
7 i a in.; Indianaholi :1S a.m. PaawDirera by
hi. train arrive at above poluta
13 TO 38 HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any other route.
1 0 . 1 A a. m. Fa.t Mail, with .l.-cwr. atta-hed. for
J 10 ,sT. I.tif IS aiid" 'II IC Ail-), arriving in St.
Loul. at f,:K)a m : ( hlca'o at li on p in . c.mn-rt.
I n at D'llu or Kmiigbam for Cincinnati, Louiaville
FAST TIME EAST.
4V..IiV1 i.K - , the Eu.t without any
raild m Sul.'luy llltlTV. IIlllir ine rnnir-
ilnv a.vii'Hin i:ain Iroi.i Cairo arrlvi'. in .ew ior
M'Mnlxv nixrui'i. nt K' Tuirty-alx buiir. lu ad
van of any i'ib"r rniit-.
Iff dvi'rtif.ment. of i ompctlns: Hue. thai they
mak'- beit.-r tin": than 'M one art- Iiii iI eithi r
thn.uh Iguoranrtf or a (l..irM to mli-leu.l the 1'i'bHr.
For t hroii fh tuk -t' and Information apljr at Iill
nol. Ccutrnl Itmitoad d'iil. Cairo.
TKAlN.s AllkfVK AT CAIBO:
m 2'on P.m.
'j Vs '.liillSSoY (it-n'l s.iuibt-ru A-jt'i.
. 11. JONES. TUket Au nt.
QAIRO cfe V1NCENNES R. R.
01 jllLfiO KvniJHVlllo.
I" MIT Vil TIIF.' SHORTEST TO LOCIS.
it MILKS vii.l.K. CISC1SSATI. HAL,
TIMultK AND WASHINGTON.
H MIT VvJ TIIR SHOKTEST T ISI.
.11 31 I lihn AI'iil.ls.l'UILADKLI'UIA.:
SIX H-'.rus SAVED
Om ir.'.in. ol . .I . m -.iii," making tue name
oi. r- lo tniike rntnii-e'
r't lo,- rroii' ol"- 10 hI
u'.oui (or of con-
till Jl, I . '!
hu ll'. ' ' i .1 Ollll
1 rt V O -' 1 I II K I'ACThiiiI Ukeonr4:4ri
UI,.UrjJl n IJt , m train, ri-iirlilnit Erant
villi' ln i; itiii"i''. lin lm'tl ani l.oul.vtllc eunie
ilav I'rnl i b inu and rrrUi- . t lro ai followii:
uo I...VI,. ra'
Mall nrrh'i' Iilitmp m.
Through tkai'tc and rln-rka lo all Important
k'STmillkr. II. I.. MOltnilX.
'tien l I'aM. Agi'tit. Cleni'tal Sup t,
L. B. Clll' Hell. I'a.Hi'ngrr Ageul.
gT. L., I. M. & SOUTHERN.
Kxprcaa leavea Culro dally
K xiri'.j; arrtve. at Cairo dally
. fi:ii a tn
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
l.ttAVta t.Ava t.KAva.
Foot Kuiirlb t MIourl Land g. Ki'tilucky l.ii'g.
8 a. in.
in a. tn.
i) p. m.
4 , ui.
8::Mi a. m.
In:) a. m,
V a, m.
3 p. in,
ft p. ut,
WATCHES. JKWELUY, L"TC.
Edward A. Buder
(Rucccuor to , & V. Budur),
And Dealer Id
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Kltflith .St. ami Washington Ave.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Between Commercial and I f'nlwv Til
WaaUugtuu avoa., ' V(U1(J, 111.
FINE WATCnwORK A SPECIALTY,
fVEcgrivlng and all klnda of repairing neatly
UT All kind of Solid Jewelry made to ordur.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LlylOKS.
W'boleaale and ReUil Dealer) Is
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kind.-?,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH k CO. hare constantly a lare
rtock of the lx-l good In the marki-t and i-lve
e.p-clal atteulioD lo the nbolceale branch the
PAISTS, OILS, WALL PAPER, ETC.
13 F. BLAKE,
Window Glass, Window Shaded, Etc.
Alwayi oa hand the celebrated Ditni5ATi!iu
Wil Cairo, 111.
jNSURANCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Kertii,
Royal Canadian ;(C;X:X!d.
M 1 1 Invil In ' Fire and Murlnn (MI( vlll.-. N.J.)
M 1111 lilt J A.wti.. Sl.WAtK.W.
( 'Alii IllMVii I'll . (Of New York City).
. 4 MlllllL I ( Ml fAaaeta M.V.tH W.
I'll inn HOf Philadelphia; f-mt.li-h.d Su HM.)
I 11 11)11 , Aiwln. V.lw.iaj.
rilUUiUl n,Aaaeta fllO.UM.WI.
ULl Illilll , Anwta JI.V ST7 S1.
HISK8 W KITTEN A KAIK HATES.
Oflloo in Alpxniult'r County Hitnk.
? a- b ?
1 ILOONS AVI) BESTAVKANT"'.
Saloon and Hestihuam
Till BIST or
WIN EH, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Cotialartly on hand: al.o ha. eon.untly on band a
large eupply of
FRUITS, LEMONS, 0RANG ES, APPLES,
AT WllllLBKAI.I ASP BBTAI1,
At tlir Old Dolmnnlco Hotfl, ft Olilo Lptpc.
M PERISHABLE FRAGRANCE.
Tim ctiiili'i'.t. m n . t
ltlng yet ino.t ili'llcatu
nraii iioriiiinonor n.eou
the bnnilkeri hli'f at thu
toilet and In the tint h .
delightful and heallbfiil
In the .k'k mom. rellevet
ueakiie... fatigue, pro.trntloti, nervoii'iii'.. ami
headache. Look out for counterfeit., . Alway. a.k
for Florida W ater. prepared by the olo proprii tor.,
Mi'..r. Lanman Kemp, New York
For .ale by pvrfuiuur', dmn.'lit. aud fancy gooj.
I mum v
ILLINOIS, TUESDAY HORNING, JULY 2, 1878.
I'O VI CVll OI1 JL'LV
I'uilcr the AiiJiplwi of tho
Knights of the Mystic Krcw
AT ST. MARY'S PARK, CAIRO, ILLS.
BY rqtuct nf the cltlzi ii. of Cairo the abovn Ko
i li'ty ba. u,'nln uinli rtuki ii thu ecli liralloitof tho
(iLOKfol S r'Ol lM ll. Llin ral tomrllmiloin ou
the purt of our cltUi-n. will enulile the Krew to trlvo
a cwc'lirutiou tliul w ill ecllpiiu ull Hair Inriucr eU'ortM
and iiupalim will be .iiari'd to innkv the affair the
eraiidit and MOST KNJOYAHLK CELKUKA
TlO.S EVEK OIEN IN CAIHO. Tb lll of at
tract into, aro numerou.. A (j It A NT) I'AHAIlK, lit
wbirb t I. czpocti d thut alt lln' wn li'tln lu Ibt- cltv
wlllpartlilfiate. HEAOINOTIIK flKCl.AKATION
OK J Is DEPENDENTS by ouu of Cairo many tal
eutcd and popular young ladle., to Im followed by
OIUTIOSS HY SI'EAKEKS OF NATIONAL
HESITATION. The tliH-.t
UrSTHINt. and HK SH Ml'SICIn the cllvhav
hruh engaged, and a FINK DANl.'I.NO FL06K, M
bv ilW fwt, will be vrectod for the pleaiiure of tliom
who delight to trip the light lantamlc too. HOHSk
KACINtj running racc half uiile beat., beet two
in three. $1U i imtrance, fil.W added by the My.tlc
Kn-w, accxjnd home to v aiukiw, Mocnu-r. 8 lo
.tart. AIo TKOTTINO and PACINO HACKS,
FOOT it ACES. FAT MEN S KAIfcS, WHEEL
BAHKOW HACg. SACK I LACES CATCHINU
OHKASED FII.S. CLI.MUINU GKEASED I'OLES.
etc., etc. ttuita.ile preniiuuia will be awarded the
victor, in the above, ajiurta.
The cveulng'a exi-ri.-ine. will opm with the
GRANDEST DISPLAY of KIKEWOLKS ever aeen
In Ihetity. Arrtingeujcnta have been made to have
EXCI HSIONS HUN ON ALL THE RAILROADS
ENTEKINO THE CITY AT GREATLY HEDl'C
El) HATES OF FAKE. The .Ip.tier JAMES
FISK.JK . and fern- THREE STATUS will carry
PASSENGERS AT HALF FAKE. Sotblug that
can add to the amuaeinent and comfort of our visit
or, will be wanting.
COME ONE. COMB ALL and enjoy a GOOD
OLD FAaUloNEU CELEBRATION.
T. M. LOVETT,
( HAS. GILHOFFER,
FRANK M. WALKER,
GEO. M. FRY.
Committee of Arrangements.
DAY OF SPORT
July 4. 1878.
Barbecue and Dance !
HAVING removed my dancing ball from It. former
.ite. to a .pot mora ultabiu. and baring entire
ly rcniouuieo. me uau, i win on ine
Fourth of July,
Give an old-time Barbacuo and Danro. to which I
cordially invite all. guaranteeing all who attend
day of genuine pteaaure ami rccreatli .
In the nernou a race ix-tween tbe ttert net mare
formerly owned hr Jamin Krna.tau and tbe Shaver
mare tor a .lake or Jl'Wa Me w ill he ran.
HunV.liroeut. in aliuinlance will he at the dl.po
nl of thooe who may wirh them, at themont reanon
B. F. WILBURN, Proirictor.
rpiE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLWAY. Pr-.idcnt.
II. I. HALI.IliAY. Vic I'ri'aideut.
WALTER HYhLOP, Ca.hler.
a. TAT TLon. w. . HALU1IAT.
IIRNHT I.. I.AM.IIIAT, It. II. Ct'N NINOHAM,
o. u. wiu.ia)n, eTBruKN amii,
H. II. CAMLIEE.
Exchange, Coin aud United States Bouds
COIT.IIT AND SOLD.
pi'polt. received and a general banking buiduem
LEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
P. ri'fV'.yi "r ,.
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I'-liT Vi 1 , ,i-0 j V .
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E. IHht'.r. I a'.i-o; 1'. t' i o ;
U. Well., Cairo; J". V. i.. on, i ,e onLl.
A GENE HAL BANKING 1USINESS DONE. Ex
chaugi' .old and bought. Inti're.t paid in the
having, llt'pnrtnu'nt. Collection, inauu uud all
bu.lin'.. promptly attended to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, 10G9.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL RANK,
INTEREST paid on d"po.lt. March I at and Sep
tember l.t. Iiiti're.t not withdriiwii I. added Im
mediately to the principal of thu depoalla, thereby
giving them compound Intercut.
I T" Children and married women wny deposit
inouey nuil Boone rise can draw It.
WALTER IIYSLOP, Theasvbbh.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
J.IVIHPOOI., July 1, 3:00 p.m. Wlic-ut
QuL-t; winter, Os Oilt0s; Kjiring, 8a
8iIh 2d ; California average, Os 1 HiSlOa
flil; Cnlifi.inia club, 10s SillO.s dd. Corn
new, 22s Od; old, 27 Oil 278 Od.
VEW VOHK (iltAIN AM) I'HOIXTE.
New York, July 1, 12:00 m. Wheat
nominal; No. 2 Chicago, 0S09c; No. 2
Milvaukee, 90c; red winter, $1 0-1(1 07;
mnlur, 1 0(!(?Jl 01). Corn quiet; Htenmor,
4 :5c; No. 3, 42c; No. 2, 41&14ic. Gold,
CuiCAOO, July 1, 10:00 a.m. Wheat
July, 88c asked; August, &2,&82,'4'c.
Cora -July 80(?430c; ugut, 2Z&'drc.
Pork July, 9 30; August, 9 40; Sep
tcmbtr, U 57. Note. The lward will
adjourn at 1 o'clock p.m., July 3d, till Mon
day, July 8th, 0 a.m.
EAST 8T. LOUIS AGAIN DISTIN-
WAtt BETWEEN THE BOWMANITES AND
WIDEIUTE9 THE MC.NICIPAL DIFFICVI.TY
COMKJ TO A HEAD TnREE MEN KILLED
AND ONE MOKTALLI WOUNDED.
The Ions expected outbreak lictween
Mayor Bowman's deputy marshals and the
Metropolitan police torce of hast 1st. Louis
rjecurred at 12 :20 p. m., yesUtrday, and re
sulted in the death of two of the deputies
ami many bruises to others. Shortly be
fore the time mentioned, Capt. Walsh of
the deputies received information that but
three officers were inside the station house,
and accordingly he gathered together a
posse of bis men numlxring twenty-two,
and led them to the station house, where a
demand was made of the Metropolitans to
vacate and fiivu up the building.
This the Metropolitans refuscifto do, and
warned them not to attempt to enter. By
this time all save Officer StAck had )oltcd
the doors of the building and repaired to
the second story, which has for some time
been used as a council chamber for the
Wider council and an armory for the police
force. Here they hurriedly seized their
murderous-looking Springfield rifles, a
case of which had been sent them at tbe
beginning of the municipal troubles, and
swore to bUind by thu station bouse and
their party or die in the attempt,
Officer Stack remained at tho foot of tbe
stairway near the door, and as Marshal
Walsh approached the officer pushed him
back. Aljout tins time Deputy Neville
Htruck Stack ou the head with his billy,
when lie in turn stepped back and drew
his revolver on Capt. Walsh, but by some
means it caught in his clothing, and while
he was lingering with it Neville again
stepped up and struck him. Stack then
caught Neville by the shoulder and pushed
him backward, just as a volley of shot came
from the windows alxive, and felled him to
the tTWnd. A second round broil;, o down
James Connors, also a deputy, ami iiten the
tiring liegan on Imth sides, with the depu
ties retreating. During the retreat, Tim
O'Brien's clothing was completely riddled
with shut. Two balls passed through the
crown of his hut, one through the brim,
glancing downward and peeling the skin
on the bridge of his nose; an
other through his shirtsleeve, and a
fifth struck bis ear which adorned
the left lapel of the vest, glancing off and
passing along his side, without injuring
the flesh, but leaving its mark in the shape
of a red streak. He attributes his escape
from being shot outright to the fact that
when he found they were about to tire at
him a second time, he fell flat on the
ground, thus giving the impression that he
was dangerously wounded.
Mayor Bowman, who had run out of the
market house on hearing the firing, was al
so shot at several times, but without effect.
There were almut sixteen shots tired as
near as can be learned, and the excitement
which-prevailed shortly after was most in
tense. The streets wen1 crowded with
frantic men and tain;iiji women.
The two dead nii.n. N'elvill" andrCou
ners, were carried aw;y i y tViend'. aimiMt
the instant they feV. ml said that sev
eral shoU were i'ip-m ' ''' ;.. The
il. pjiies became . .inp e i ly ciniralied
and fell back io ;oi .Hliiti..r !:, under .i
strung fire from Ihe .eiuy.
The intention o" 'i ,ua k cy parly was
to outnumlxT the other, anr: overawing
them, take charge of the ,i!nce. Capt.
Walsh says his men went there under in
structions to take the building without use
THE METROPOLITANS' VERSION.
Shortly liefore noon Patsey ifullivan, tho
Chicago & Alton railroad yard master at
Venice, who is neck and neck with tho
Bowman faction, came over to the station
house, which has been kept guarded for
several days, with the alleged object of
examining a telegram that had been re
ceived from Trenton, III., in reference to a
couple of horses that had been stolen from
that village some days ago. Ho explained
that he lielieve I that tho men were in
Venice. A few words ensued between
him and Turnkey Chapman and after as
certaining the strength of the Metropoli
tans there were only four he returned.
A few minutes afterward Officer Stack and
Turnkey Chapman started for dinner, Chap
man in tho lead.
Mr. Chapman states that he. had got to
the corner of the sidewalk in front of tlio
station, when he heard Mike Walsh, the
captain of the deputies, cry, "now boys is
otirtimo." lie looked over to the market
house and saw some forty or fifty men run
ning over toward the station home with
clubs and revolvers. Chapman hallooed,
"shut the door boys; shut the door," Tim
Doylo drew a revolver and rlrcd at Chap
man, the ball luckily speeding wide of its
mark. Chapman was utianned anil, pick
ing up a rock ho knocked Dirylu uiiwn.
Being so intent on enpturing tho station
they left the turnkey and passed on. Then
the shooting commenced in earnest and re
sulted as baa l;een above described.
Officer Michael Stack was standing in
front of tho dxr when ho heard tho yells,
and, looking across tho fltreet, they were
coming some fifty strong, with bludgeons
und revolvers. Ho at once ran to bur the
door, but they headed him off and assailed
him with their clubs. Ho was knocked
down by five or six of them, and as ho fell
thri-Q revolver shots were fired at him, one
of them inflicting a painful scalp wound
almve, and Officers Wallace and Glcyre re
turned them with deadly effect.
Tho principal members of the attacking
party wero M. J, Walsh, leader, John
llolloran, John Canty, Eugene Holloran,
John- Dillon, John B. Bowman. Tim
Guishan, John Griffin, Pat Canty, Robt.
Mussel! IJennett, Y in. Martin, fat llolloran,
Con. Frowley, Tim O'Brien, Daniel Sulli
van, Tim Doyle, Pat Flanncry, T. J. Canty,
Patsy Sullivan. Michael Suck was stand
ing out in front.
Officer Glcyre was in the station at the
time the attack was made. Ho was sitting
on the first floor with William Wallace and
heard a great noiso out in front. Ho ran
up stairs, caught up a gun at the window
and thrust it out, ordering the mob back.
They were armed with clubs and revolvers
and crying, "Get an axe and break in the
Officer Gleyre had been assaulted by
them before, as four holes in his head testi
fy, and, remembering their vindictive
nature and knowing that if they effected
an entrance he would be shot down on the
sjiot, decided to defend himself to the last
Some of them cried "Shoot up at the win
dows; you will pink them that way. Ho
again ordered them to disperse, and Bill
Mulligan shouted: "You d s of a
b don't shoot."
"I will not shoot if you will go away,"
answered Officer Gleyre.
Just at that moment several shots were
fired by tho party on tho outside, and
knowing that it was life or death he re
turned tho fire. Connors fired alout the
same time and two men fell. The men
killed were both well armed with revolvers.
Ho then hurriedly sounded the alarm
bell. Immediately afterwards tho crowd
gathered up their dead and wounded and
went over thestreetto market house.
Officer William Wallace had a Spring
field rifle and Officer Glcyre a large duck
CAPT. EADS AND JOE BROWN.
THE FORMER ACCUSES THE LATTER OP MA
Compton Hill, Juno 30.
To Tns st. Louis times: I leg space in
your columns to correct a statement made
by Capt Joseph Brown tn your issue yester
day relating to myself. Captain Brown
sayes: "Next, the Captain is mado presi
dent of tho rottenest insurance company
(the Columbia) in the world, which is sav
ing a great deal, at a salary of from $9,000
to 12,000 a year, and tho transactions in
that company when he was president smell
to heaven. If he wns absent he was culpa
ble for drawing an enormous salary and
neglecting his duty, and if he was present.
lie was accessory to tho crimes committed
in robbing dead men's widows and children
of the price of the life of their natural pro
tector." I never was president of the company re
ferred to by Captain Brown, nor was I ever
in any way connected with its management;
and I was never the president nor
even a director of any insolvent
insurance company in ' my life.
I was many years ago, the first president of
the Mound City Life Insurance company
of this city. After an interval of several
years, during which I was not connected
with the management, I was urged by its
directory to resume the presidency of that
company. Its capital was then half a mil
ion dollars, and it was unimpaired and
perfectly solvent. I consented on condition
that its capital should be increased to one
million dollars, and the whole fully paid
up and certified toby the insurance depart
ment of the state. This was all done, and
the name of the company was then chang
ed to that of the St. Lonis Life Insurance
company. During my entire presidency of
this company (about one year), it was per
fectly solvent, ami during its entire exis
tence it wns never out of the line. I have,
therefore, no hesitation in pronoiinoVr the
above statement o1' Ciiplain Joseph R ,,vn
! T . (.: ti .'e:. r
..i. .. ot . ('!;
I i ae . ri , i i s il, ii, i. :
.i m..s li. Eads.
ti'M" , - 'ill,
IO MULL'S K). l'.IMiOM.
AHIIAN0KME".1V VOH A lilu ,' I) VntlNlKI
C v.S'T POLlT '.'A I. DKMO.V. 1 11.- ION.
New June 30. The public re
ception .o U' given to Speaker Randall, of
tho house of representatives, by tho Man
hattan club on Tuesday evening premises
to be an event of considerable significance
in political circles. It is not iniemlcd to
be a private reception, but rather a public
affair, to show tho respect entertained by
the Democrats generally for tho leading
Democratic officer in congress. An invitation
will be extended to Senators Eaton and
McPherson, and also to tho New York as
well as several eastern congressmen. A
speech of welcome will bo delivered by
August Belmont, president of the club.
The leading speech, however, will bo made
by Mr. Randall himself, and remarks are
expected from cx-Gov. Tilden, Gov. Robin
son aud other prominent men.
TIIE PROGRESS OF THE JETTIES.
St. Loula Timea, June 30.
On the-SUli u!t.,the resident engineer at
the jetties telegraphed tho secretary of the
company here that the least depth In the
channel through the jetties was 24 feel,
mid tho least width of that depth was 1 04
feet. The 20 feet channel extends nearly
clear through, tho interruption being only
about 3j0 feet long.
NEW SERIES NO. 53
Tho third payment has been received on
tho work from tho Government, snd with
it Mr. Ends is enabled to pay off all ma
tured indebtedness of every kind against it,
ami to return to the stockholders of tho
South Pass Jetty Company tha entire capi
tal advanced by them to him. Ho has,
therefore, with I ut a million and lislf
pKid him by tho Government, deepened tho
bar from 8 feet to 24 feet, returned tho
money advanced him by bis jrtblic spirited
associates, surmount ;d hII manner of pctiy
official opposition, ptoved his theories cor
rect, ami received tho highest official ac
knowledgement that there is no bar forming
in advance of the jeUies, that they will not
have to bo extended as was predicted, and
that tho works are as far as completed,
It' nil this is not a triumph, Mr. Ends has
still more to show in tho same direction.
He has had an almost unanimous recogni
tion by tho senate ami house of representa
tives that the jetties are a success, and
they havo authorized the secretary of war
to advance him fioin his next payments all
tho money lie will need to finish them,
thus saving him tho necessity of paying
high rates of inte-cst and worrying himself
to raise the needful fdnds for their comple
tion. The senate passed tho bill to do this
a fortnight before adjournment, by a vote
oi 54 to 3, and a day or two before ad
journment, fearing this independent bill
would not lie reached in the house, it
tacked Mr. Eads' bill by a unanimous voto
on to one of tho appropriation bills then
pend-ng in the senate, and thus passed it a
second time. The house took up tho inde
pendent bill an hour afterwards, and passed
it amidst the clapping of hands aud ap
plause on the floor and in tho galleries, by
RUMORS OP EMPEROR WILLIAM'S
Saturday's work of the peacemakers at
berlin discussion on the admission
of greece items of interest fuom.
various news centers abroad.
Paris, Juno 30. Tho nationnl feto to
day was a magnificent success. The city
was crowded with visitors, although the
weather was threatening. Speeches were
delivered by M. Feisserene, M. Lelmrt and
M. Marccre. At the unveiling of the
statue of the republic all the cabinet min
itters were present except M. Daufaure. To
night the strrets arc crowded and Jill tho
buildings are illuminated and flags tiro fly
London, June 30. A dispatch from
Vienna says: Austrian troops will enter
Bosnia on Tuesday. One hundred and
fifty thousand armed Albanians have re
solved to defy tho annexation of Servia.
There has been a greut battle at Cane,
in which the Turks wero victorious, cap
turing thu Iusurgcuts' positions. The los3
ses on lxith sides were very heavy.
Two hundred mid sixty-nine Commu
nists given amnesty to-day.
AN INSURRECTION FEARED.
A dispatch from Constantinople says:
There have been serious disturbances in
Lebanon and there are apprehensions of a
general insurrection, owing to the obnox
ious Turkish government, which has been
recalled to Constantinople,
THE ROUSSEAU CENTENARY.
Paris, June 30. A dispatch from Gen
eva says the centenary of Jean Jacques
Rousseau commenced to-day.
London, Juno 30. Aristidcs Barret, the
cuLimunii t who is accused of shooting the
late arch! ishop of Paris in 1871, lias been
aru'sted by the Austrian Milieu.
Berlin, June 30. The condition of the
emperor is considered satisfactory. All tho
wounds in his head havo been cicatrized,
and the bandages removed.
The crown prince entertained Oen.
Grant nt a grand banquet to-day at Pots
dam. New York. Jtmo 30. Berlin dispat.hej
say the cong.-ess sat yesterday from 2 to
3:1)1. M. Prince Gortschakoff was pres
ent. The Greeks were admitted when tho
Marquis Salisbury, at tho sitting on Friday,
urged the admission of Greece to advocate
her own interests, on tho ground that tho
Slav element had tin advocate, in Russia.
The Turkish plenipotentiaries declared that
the porle was the solo representative of the
Slav clemcut, tho Bulgarian and Greek pop
ulation of ihe Ottoman empire. If objec
tioii'i -ire i-Hvinl to the acts of tho Turk'sh
.v, ,; .. i ', ,:. mir:'.iid, tlio consuia w;ll ic
' ' io 'dross is obtained
.ci. to tho ambassa-
30 A U'spatch from
uiiio! current in
it Wi.liam is con-
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1 S ..!.'. U8 D fAPl'EAKANCE.
New Yuri., Jtr..' 30. A Loudon dis
patch nays Unit r ,;. letter from St.
Petersburg states ti.tu ,.n disappearance of
Vera Sasstilitch still remains a mystery, and
that if, as has been said, she is in the hands
of the police, they are extremely careful to
conceal the fact by a most energetic ap
pearance of efforts to track her. It is said
that a letter has leen recently received by
one of her friends, tinted at Paris, and St.
Petersburg gtmslp has hinted nt a connec
tion between the attempt to nssnssinate Gen.'
Trepoff ami the crime of Nobling.
Grand Raffle. Tickets for the raffie ot
the Hibernian engine house and two lots
(property worth over five hundred dollars)
are now ready for sale and may bo had yf
members of the company. Tickets are also
for sale nt different business houses
throughout the city. Tho drawing will tnko
place In tho new engine house, July 4,1878,
and w ill be under the direct supervision of
Messrs. T. W. Halliday, R. II. Cunning
ham nnd Sol. A. Silver. Tickets, $1,
O.UF.RV. Why will men smoke comiton
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro's
"Seal of North Curoliua" ut the same pried