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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TITS DAY MOUXIXG, JULY lfi. 1070.
NEW SEKIES-NO. G
gMTTII, HACK tfe CO.,
NO. W UHOAD BTIIEET,
ltcpeetiully Solicit Cunilxnmeuti trf
PROVISIONS. PRODUCE, GRAIN AND
M ERCI IANDISE GENERALLY,
rpo whli h they will tflve rar.ff.it ami prompt at
ltcinloii. Tliey are prepared to oiaku liberal
otd IM ue tlidr t-t afTon for fh' IntPn-n'. of
tkow favoring1 itiviu with cuiifijjmuviii.
Kef.-r.bv p-rmllon. toNAnoiui. P.ak. of Au-g-.-lu;
Natiosai. EmtAma Has, of Angu.ia. On.
(jaiuo st. louis n. n
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
ri'HE train hv tliln ruin! conned at St. Lmilsn4
1 M l.uiil. with all other lluc to the LAsI.
Uh'il AND SOUTH
Through rtff l.-avi- ( Biro I":"1 tn.
1 1, ro mi fiir'. arrlv. at Kn-t St. U'li H:4.. i.in.
M jrphnBini w-rniiimdallli l.-avr Cairo :l'ip.m.
Miirphvln.ri iff. rrl"' l Murtihylioru :V.p.m.
Ti.ri.niiti nih' leave. Et St. Loul. .. . a.m.
T'in.ui:h expr.- arrive, at t alro 5:1.'. p.m.
V :r;.hv-boro hit. leave Mnrptiburu. . . . .v." am.
.v.;rpbyboro f x. arrive, itl Cairo li:55p.m.
TTf V KL'PTIIE Cairo and Sl '-"''l
Jih.M hAlllMi u,,ro. i ll,.- only AM.
I'M! RoI'TE iM-tw.-i-ii t air and St. Loin, mul.-r
i;.- riiHiinu" i.-iit : tu-r.for.- tli-r.- nr.- no d-lav M
,v -'.iiiim- analllti;.' owii.-clloli fruin oilier btie-.
Pa.-eiiirer I'.uni: North. North.-a-t ninl W.-t
P ... .1.1 m.i liny th-lr ii ket niiltl lhy bae liu"
l:...dour rat.- and r..nt.-
1.. M JOHNSON. General Mitns-r.
II .7 FIVE, l.enirril A.i.t. Cairo. Id.
jrUNOlsTENTUAL It. K
Shortcst anil quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
rp;iK oi.lv r..a.l runnlm-two daily train" fp.m Cairo
1 ,1:sk:niillr.-.t'"i1ii.'.f. hi wlili hn-t. rn lln.-.
TRAINS LEAVE i 'AIRo-l.lop. t :
r amvinit ill St. I..,n. T:U p. in.: "'
h t'i 1 :! p. "I : Clti.li.nall ami Loul-vllle I"'-'
I arnvliiK In rlncimiuti at vol a. tn.: L.eii-Mne
7 1 . a. in.: InUlanap..'.:" 4:1. a. m. VufWt )
L;- tnilu arrive at above point
12 TO 30 HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any c.tl.i r route.
1 0 . 1 ( m. Fact Mall. Ith deeper siu-lied.
il-V' sr I.HlamK II K A! i. arrUliiL' In St.
1 i.j at ihlln or KlUushaui lor Cincinnati. Uuinlllt
FAST TIME EAST.
71 k i.Vl1Vi"Vl,JI" ,hl vn ,hr0l,L'tl
1 A.-'1,- to the Kat wlihoiit any
i!,.!ar rauaoil . Sunday HUmmlM. Th- Mnr
,iav Ur-rix.n train from ( alro arrlv. In "rk
y.'.iol.y niornlm: at m:i. Thirty hi h.mr.. In a.l
vat . of anv oth.'r rotitv. . ,
C- A.lvi:rtiMn. til. of fomp-tlii8 lln.- tl tat they
ru;. letter time than tlil- on- are lne.l ' h;r
3U ,j's. .liiliNsliN. eti'l Southern A t.
J. H. .TON KS, Tl ket Ak'etit-
QAUIO & YINCENNKS 11.11.
Cl MILES THB S,TK T0
47 MILKS T-Viit"uV-R"-issIti.wba
T I. MOKE AND WASHINGTON.
... .fTT -r-iri THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
SI MILES a"uL1S.VuILAUEU'1.IA.NEV
SIX nouns SAVED
Over tralin of all other route making the ame
t -f I'aio"encerii h other route to make conorc
tl,.iT. mut riile all'tiltfht. wnltliiif from one to lx
hour ut "mall country nation for tralna or con
11 VX VATT V1?TH E FAtT and take our 4 :45
llL3iriJllrjn . m, train, n-aehlim tvaii
vlll... Indlanapoll. Cincinnati and UiuIt1I1c wimo
dav. Train lean, and arrive at Cairo a
MThXh'"lVii' and 'ci.Wk' 'tV,' all' Important
f"a miu.eh koswem.mii.i.eh
A Oen! 1 I'a. Ae-hl. tiem ml sup't.
L. H.clivnc.rawngfr Atfent.
T. I., I. M. .t SOUTHEltN.
Enre. leave Cairo dally Siimp.m.
Expn- nrrve at Calm dully..
r :im tt . tn
QAIllO CITY FEIIRY CO.
-r I'KUHYHOAT S2li
tttAvr.a t.RAvm uvr
Font Foil rtlt t. MIaourl I.iunl'(f. Kentiu ky I.d'it.
H a. m.
10 a. m.
4 f. in.
H::io u. tn.
10::m u. m.
4:M0 p. in.
v a. in.
i ). tu.
WATCHES. JEWIXHY, TO.
BmVAJlJ) A. Uudek
(Suoceor to E. & W. Under),
And Dealer! In
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eighth St. and Wahliiuytim Ave.
"Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Between Commercial and I T'tlirn Til
V'alilu,'tun ao., f Villi U, 111.
FINE WATCH WORK A SPECIALTY.
rrrEiigravlngand all kind! of repairing neatly
Jfy-All kind of Kolld Jewelry made to order .
" wiioi.ai.e wit; am Hymns.
lt SMYTH tt CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Ikulera in
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors
Winen of all Kind,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH A CO. have &.ntly a lar
ti k of ti e l.e-l cKd In Hie mnraei and ifive
e..eeial attention to tut uulea'.c branch f tiie
PAINTS, ill. WALL rAl'KU. LTC.
Paints. Oils,Va 111 Nlus. 1 inishcs
Wia.liAv (ild.s. WinilowSlnultS Etc.
Ala ay Ai hand the c lel.rated lUXHiKatttiw
BroVlmiMins.O.m-l ViUVO 111
merrial Ave.. t V (111 U, J 11.
NSL'RANl'E AGENC Y OK
"Wells & Kektu,
Koval Canailian t Capital.Jrt.im.Miit.old.
Mill. Ill, . ' Klre and Marine iMiilvllle, N.J.)
Jlllll lilt f Aet.. 1.4;.M.
r.,iiii,m...!.1 ' i"f Ne TorkC'.tvl.
I oinnieit'iai , A.et. jdvin.
I'.. ... i (uf PLIltKielphla: itt.lihe.l In lsl.)
I JllOIl ( AmwI. JVW.I1-J.''.
Vl'lu.Ml lll'c Of Dayton. O V
r ireinan . Aet $ho.444..
I .in. in 1 tof Kr-xport, IIU.
UCl lIiall ,-Att ' $l.!C7...
UISKS WUI'ITKN AT PA IK UATES.
OtTifo In AlxittuIor County Hunk.
SALOONS AND KKSTAI KANTS.
Saloon and liostaurant
TUB BIKT Ut
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
ComKAUtly oii lutnd: nl"o ha rotinlutitly on linnd a
laru'e mpply if
FRUITS, LEMONS. ORANG ES, APPLES,
AT WMlil.MAI.B AXI) URTAIL,
At till' 01(1 Ilelnioulen Hotel. Ill) Olilo Uvcti.
The choice!, m o t
lil'tliiK yet inn-l dellfitle
of 111 1 perfllllli'K for llaeutl
tin. Iiiinilken hlef at Hie
lolli.t und In Hie Imth.
delliihlful and liealihrul
In the lek room, relieve
Heiilttiei., fnllu'iie. proilrnllon, liervoune und
hiviiliii-li... Look nut fur l oiinterfell. Alwuvuk
for Florida Water, prepared l.y the olo proprietor,
.Me.r. I.ntitnnii A Kemp, New York.
I'or .'ile by perl'naier, (lniK'b'll ami fancy good
( ENEKAL DELIVERY open 7:)U a. m.; cloei
VJ ::ii ..m.j Sunday: m to u n. m.
Money Order Dcpurlnieiil o...-n at 8 a. m.i cIoc
at S p. m.
Throii.'li Etpre Mull via Illlnoln Central and
Mlilppl Central K:iilrai! elo.e at 1-J ::sii p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Illulf Tlirou-U und Wuy Mull
ciof at -J:Wtu. ni.
Way Mall vl Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln
reiiiie ana Ml.lpp Central Jtullroudu clone at
(M.'i p. m.
W ay Hall for Narrow Gauze Railroad cloie at b
Culrnacd KTatillle River Route cloca at B::J0
p. in. dally nxifpt Fridar).
TreuMir.-r Jl' V. Parker,
t !. rk-J. II. I'i.llli..
Couiielor-Wiii. II. (.Ilhtrt.
Murlial c. I). Arter.
Attoniev-W, (. .M, i e.
Police M.iirtrale J. ,. Iiir.1.
ItOAKIl or AMiKllVK!.
Klr't Ward I...... Voi 'iiu. Win. tJ'Callahan.
S.-eond Ward-Wood RlttMiUoiire, N. II. Thlctle-
Third Ward-W. p. Wrljlit. John W.hmI.
Fourth Ward Charle o. Putl.-r. U. J. Foley.
Finn Ward-T. W. llalllilay. I ha. Laiicanter.
Circuit Jmlne-D. J. linker.
(.In.lllt t ierk-J. A. Keel....
County Juil.'i- I!. S. Yo( urn.
County t lerk S. J. Iluuim.
t i.uiity Attorney W. i'. Miilk.-y.
Coiiniv 1 reamr.T A. J. Allien.
Sh-rllf l'.-ter Saup.
( orom r-lt. Fitz.'. ra.f..
County Cuinnil'-.oiier T. W. Halllday, M. V.
ron. i.eo. W. SaniiDon..
Arrival ami Dt-jmrture of Trains.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Etpre 8 : p.m. l-':lo a.m.
Mail 4:ia.m. J .In p.m.
Freight T::i0 a.m. a.w.
Freli'ht :na. m. 4::iop.m.
L.URUAND VINCENNES RAILhOAK.
Mail 10:m n m. 4'C. a.m.
ST. LOLIS, I. M. AND r-OlTHKHS RAILROAD.
Erpre" R:ii a.m. S:'ip.r.i.
CAIRO AND ST. I.OL'IS RAILROAD.
Tliroii.'h Erpr f:l.p.m. S:4.'a.tn.
Murj)livt,i.r.. A. eommodatloti.l-.':4. p.m. Jivj'p.m.
ticepl unday. Kxeept Momlav.
VFRICAN M. E. -Fourteenth tr-et. hetw.-en
Walnut atid Cedar Mrevto; n-rvlce Sal.liatU 11
a. in. and 7:'fo p. m.: Sund.iy Sehool 1 :i p. tn.
t'lIRIsTIAN-Elaht'enth Hr.-et; meeting Pub
.' hath :: p. in.: preai him: oc.a.ionally. .
plll lirll OK THE li K D K E M EH ( E pleopal I
V' Fourteenth tr.-et: Morniiik' prayer tSal.bnthi
Io:: a. in.; eveiiluir prayer. 7 ::' p.m.: Sabbath
m LooI '.i a ni. !!. St. J." Dillon Lee. Rector.
rMRsT MISSIONARY BAITIsT ClirRCH
I Pr-a. hiii.' ut l'i::V. a. m., :) p. in., and 7::m p. m.
S-i'.t.atti nho..l at 7::i p. III. Rev. T. J. Shore,
rrr!!KHN-Thlrte.-iUti tr-.t: ervlre Sit..
j l ath 11 a. tn. and 7:i p. tn.; Sunday chool Uu.
m. Rer. Duer"hm-r. pa-tor.
METHi'DIsT-Cor. Eii-hth and Walnut Hm-Ii ;
Pr.-uil.liu Sibbath lo::W a. m. and 7 p.m.:
pr.iy.-r meeting. Weilni-duv 7:'i p. m.: SuLduy
SitH'ol. '. p. in. Lev. A. P. Morri-oii. pa-tor.
1I!Esl!YTERIAN-Eiudilli nr.-.-f. prearhlna on
SaM.ath at lo::l a. in. and T:)p. ni.; pr-iy.-r
tin -.-tin'.' WeMi, ..-day at 7::'p. in.: Sunday Sehiiol
at p. m. Rev. 11. Y. l.. ori:e. pa-tor.
CFuiNI) FREE WILL II.MTIsT - Fifte. nth
i? -ir.-et. Ii.-twe.-n Walnut and Cedar street; er
vlee SaUhath at :J and . :.lo p. in .
ST. Jo.EPirs O.'nmati Cuthol.e) Corner Crn
aiid Wall. tit rtrei; rervii-.- S'.halli o::iu.
tu. : sjinlay Seh. ..ll at -J p. m.; Ve-p.-r- :J p. in. : .-er-vl
! i very day at p. In.
CT. PATRIi K s Ri.iimti Catholic) Corner Ninth
S .tr.-.t unit Wa.!ilin.'t..ii avenue; ervie. Sab
hath and lo s. in.; Ve.per- & p. in.; Snnilav SelnM.I
-.' p. m. : .-rvic.- ev. ry day at p. m. Rev. i'. Zabel.
rpiE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
W. V. HAI.I.IDAY. Pre-hlcnt.
II L IIALI.IDAY. Vlci. 'reiduut,
WALTER HVsl.Ul', Ca.uier.
. erAATTAriiiu w. i'. rtAtjjnAT,
IIBMIT L. IUM.IIIAT, R. H. (I N f If) Ull A M ,
G. h. WlUiillB.X, VTBI'llkk BIUII,
H. n. CAStllM.
Exchange, Coin ami Uuitwl StAtw Dontls
Bol'iiHT AND SOLD.
DepiMit rf-lv. and a (.'Wiernl t-anklnp lmidiii
I-EXANDER COUNTY BANK,
C'otumt rciaJ Avenue ami Eiirhth Strot,
F. IIRls. Pr.-lilelit.
P. N EFP. Vie Pre-ldent.
11. WELLS, i i-hlcr.
T. J. K L U I'll. A-.lKant Cahlr.
F. llro. Cairo; William KlMae. Cairo;
Peter Neff. Cairo; William Wolf. Culm:
C. M. 0-terloh. R. I. ltlllin;'-ley. St. I.oul;
E. lluder. Cairo; J. Y. Clenimn, Calcduiilu.
CUa. O. Putter,
A GENERAL MANKIND Ul'SINESS DON E. Ex
chain;.. oM and iHUiirht. Intere.-t paid in lh
Sttvlin; Department. Collection iiiaile and all
limine-, promptly attended to,
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS RANK,
ClmrU'reil Miirrh 81, 1H9.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL HANK,
INTEREST paid on deposit March 11 und S. p
letnlier lt. Intere.t not vvlthdrunii l added Im
mediately to the prineh.ul of Hie depnell, thereby
Klvltiu lliulii cutupouml Intere.t.
JF" Children Ktitl niarrled -uiun tuny deposit
money and no oh fine vn ilruu it.
WALTER IIYSLOP, Tukasckkk.
3LU1KETS I!Y TELEOUAPll.
LiVF.upof.i, July 15, 2:20 v. m. Rrr-ml-stutr
fsti-atly. Whwit Wintt-r, Os (bl
0.-10d; SiiriiiLf, s.s OilfcOs M; California
avt.Tap, 10Cil0s 4I; Califnrnia club, 10t
4.1C10S Oil. Corn new, 2:J.-(ii2.'is OM; oliL,
27s 3.1(i2T.s Oil. Pork 40.i.
NEW VOllK ORAIN.
New York, July 14, 12 00 m. Wheat,
qnii-t, nominal No. 2 Chicago, $1 OH
1 04; No. 2 Milwaukee. 1 04; Red Win
ter. $1 05&1 11; Amber, $1 08&1 15.
Corn jtiiet Steomer, 40c; No. S, 45c; No.
3. 47e. Pe.rk cheaper 10 25(10 50.
CHICAGO CHAIN AND rUODlCE.
Chicago, July 14, 10 a. m. Wheat
August. SiJ'c; Ju'.y, 04ic. Corn July,
!37a(2,;jTJa'c; August, UT'e hhl; Srptem
her, ST'ufeiiTc. Pork August, i'4 ;
September, ') "iO.
Chicago, July 15, 2:30 v. m. Wheut
August, bofgC September, 80' Corn
August, 377,'c ; September, OSc Pork
August, $y 40.
ATTY.-GEN. DF.VENS IN C HARGE OF
THE WAR DEPARTMENT.
APPOINTMENT OK A NEW COMMISSIONER OK
PA1ENTS pmiKAItl.K THE CONKLHTINO
HEPOllTS HKiiAUDI.Mi TIIK INDIAN" WAR
A TALK WITH SECRETARY SHERMAN ON
Washington. July 14. During the ab
sence of Secretary Thompson the navy de
partment is under the care of Atty.-Gen.
Dr-vens. The hitter tays at the navy de
partment from two to four o'c lock each af
ternoon. Tliis idea is entirely original and
and the explanation for it is the fact that
there is considerable jealousy a sort of a
family light among the oftiVinls in the de
partment. The matter i the more marked
because congress recently paed a law de
volving the duties upon the c hief clerk of
the asistant i.-c retary, ami in case the chief
clerk is ub-ent the duties were to fall ilium
Commodore Howell, chief of one of the
The Indian bureau is more emphatic than
ever in the statement that Howard's Indian
wur, as telegraphed throughout the country,
was exaggerated in the greatest degree. The
bureau ollicials maintain that comparative
ly a few Indians left the reservation, were
tired upon by the settlers, then began urn
raudiiiL'. and that Howard, coming upon
not more than two hundred, had a skirmish
which he painted in glowing colors to the
war department, but without giving any
definite information as to the number en
gaged and killed. Tin y say that a few
more dispatches will be received and then
the war will be over. It is charged that the
Indian excitement was gotten up by those
interested in transportation and furnishing
the sinews of war. A telegram was re
ceived to-day from the agent of the Warm
Spring Indians in Southern Oregon, stating
that they were quiet and obedient, and that
tlit y swear fidelity to the whites.
PROSPECTIVE C HASHES,
It is now pretty well understood that the
secretary of tlie interior contemplates n
change in the commissioner of patents. Ellis
Spear, the present incumbent, has been the
object of violent attacks ever since he first
euteredthe office. It seems that the trou
ble is that too many persons were placed on
the pay-roll; that Spear yielded too rapidly
to the demands of politicians. The ap
pointment clerk of the bureau, Robson. is
also the subject of displeasure on the same
seme, and it is expected that he will resign
at the same time that Spear sends in ids
resignation. It is rumored that Congress
man Hendee of Vermont will be tendered
the position of commissioner.
SHERMAN ON RESl'MPTION.
Secretary Sherman conversed freely upon
general topics this evening. He says that
everything he did while ut New York last
week and a great many things that were
not done were published in the newspapers.
Your correspondent is warranted in giving
the following outline of some of the inter
esting facts in relation to resumption men
tioned by Mr. Sherman: "We could re
sume to-day, but it would not be proper to
do so. The law fixes the date w hen we
shall pay coin for paper dollars. It means
payment then and not before then. It will
be better to go along for six months and lit
the people understand that this condition of
things is real. Then the good ell'ect will be
felt. Confidence will be restored, capital isK
will come forward and invest their means
und manufacturing will revive. The pre
mium on gold is merely nominal now ut
one-half per cent. The sale of a half mil
lion of gold would break the market. A
prominent broker In New York told me
that l.OOu.oyu would knock down this pre
mium. I believe gold will go down to
three-eighth shortly and soon thereafter to
one-ijuarter, which is nothing more than a
broker's premium. The balance of trade
is greatly in our favor, having reached
250.00(1,000 last year. Our bonds have
ceased to return from Europe. They had
been returning since the panic of 187:). At
that time about a thousand million of our
bonds were held abroad. Now not
more than about two hundred millions are
held there ami seventy-live millions return
ed in two months during the silver agita
tion. All the bonds that have returned
have been absorbed in this country. None
went back to Europe. No more bonds
will be sold. There is one hundred and
ninety million, all told; or rather, wc havo
in round figures, one hundred and twenty
three millions gold and silver dollars in the
treasury for resumption purposes, that is
exclusive of all coin obligations, consist
ing of coin certificates, bonds due and in
terest on bonds, and is also exclusive of tho
subsidiary silver on hand.''
ROCMANIA YIELDS DISMAllCk's CL0SINO
SPEECH ANDU ASSV'tt CiCARANTEK.
BccHARET. July 14. At the recent se
cret sitting of the chandlers Minister Brat
iano stated that the government, while re
serving the historical right of Rouniania to
Uesaantbia, had resolved to accept the Do
brudseha and fulfil decisions of congress in
regard to Jews.
AN ANCil.O-RCSSIAN CNDERSTANDING,
Vienna, July 14. The political Corres
pondence reports that it is said Gortsclia,
kolf and Ik-aconstield have drawn up u basis
for a future Anglo-Russian understanding.
TROOPS SENT TO VOLO.
London, July 14. A Constantinople dis
patches says several batteries of artilery and
18 battallions have been tent to Yolo, as a
precaution against possible disturbances.
THE HHOIHIPK INSl lttiE.NTS.
The Rhodope insurgents have exhausted
tin ir ammunition and suffer from tcarcity
of provisions. I inferences have broken out
among the chiefs, some wishing to accept
Turkish plenipotentiaries refused to sign
the treaty until the unsatisfactory state of
negotiations relative to Rosnia and Herze
govina was remedied. Count Andrassay
gave a guarantee that he would make ami
cable arrangements before filtering those
TU ECACTION A n Y .
Belgrade, July 14. The Servians have
posted strong detachments in the Diina
frontier to enforce neutrality on Servians,
if, as apprehended, guerilla warfare is
commenced by Bosnians und Herzegoviui
uus against Austrian troops.
HISMAUCK's CI.OSIM! speec h.
Berlin, July 14. Prince BUmarck in his
speech closing the congress Saturday df
dared he did not hesitate to atlinn that
this congress deserved well of Europe.
The plenipotentiaries would have the con
sciousness of having, as far as possible,
restored and assured peace. He entertained
a firm hoie that the European understand
ing would remain durable and that the
cordial relations established among the
plenipotentiaries would consolidate good
relations between their governments. Bis
marck incidentally remarked that his
health was such that he had scarcely
hoped to preside over the congress until its
Count Andrassy started for Vienna Sat
urday and Ik-aconstield left for home to
day. EVERYTHING LOVELY.
Constantinople. July 14. Osman Pasha
visited Gen. Todleben and assured him the
Turks harbored no hostile intentions, and
he would do ull possible to avoid a con
flict. INSl KItECTION SCPPRSSEO.
The Turkish news paper Vakyi states that
Lobauolfand Todleben have informed the
porte that the Rhodope insurrection is en
tirely suppressed. A correspondent says
private information confirms this. Turk
ish and Russian commissioners are going to
the Rhodope district to restore order.
A great conspiracy against the sultan is
rejxirted discovered in Stambotil, and over
fifty persons have been arrested.
AT MONTREAL INCIPIENT HIOT.
During the time the Grand Trunk train
with the Shclhrookcand Richmond militia,
who had been at Montreal on the 12th, was
delayed Saturday evening at Tanner's junc
tion to allow a vessel to pass through the
canal bridge, an alfray occurred between
the military and some 200 French Cana
dians and Irish. The Hccount given by
persons on the spot is that the soldiers used
some expressions about the gteen distaste
ful to the crowd, und the latter stoued the
train. The soldiers admonished the crowd
to stop or they would fire. Tho attack be
ing continued the military tired some SO or
HO shots from rilles and revolvers,
wounding two youths, Germaine Rowland
and Michael Payette. The train was hur
ried oifor more serious eoiiseiiienccs would
have ensued. The troops are said to he
members of the Orange order. Gen. Smythe
telegraphed to have the men arrested at
THE ROCSSKAU CENTENNIAL.
Paris, July 14. The Rousseau centen
ary was celebrated rn-dny, having been
postponed that it might not clash with the
national fete. There was an enthusiastic
meeting in the Mayer's circus, ut which
speeches were made by Marion and Louis
CocuTiiocsE Saloon. This saloon, un
der the management of Mr. John II.
Beecher, grows in popularity with its pat
rons. And so it should, for Mr. B.
prides himself on the quality of
his liquors, wines and cigars. He dis
penses none but the best of these articles.
Meals are also provided at the house ut nil
hoursj The public are inrited to give him
THE INDIAN WAR.
SETTLERS IN DISTRESS ANOTHER PIOUT IN
San Francisco, July 14. A Portland
l Oregon) dispatch says: Gen. Sprague, u
perintendent of the O. k N. company hn
received the following dispatch from Gov.
Chad wick, under date of Imarilla, July 13:
"Could Portland do anything to relieve
the distress of Pendleton ) The actual nec
essaries of life are needed thereby families.
Some emigrants are there. I have request
ed officials to prevent suffering."
The following dispatch was received front
Walla Walla, July 13th, 8 p. m.:
"A man who left Weston to-day says
troops are righting between the mouth of
Lodi and Willow Cayuse station, twelve
miles from Weston, on the Meuchnian road.
They commenced firing between H and !l
o'clockthismorning. They were still lighting
when he left. There were about 350 sol
diers under arms. .They expect Mayor
Sanford at Cuyuso station to-night. Six
companies that left Walla-Walla for Lewis
ton hnve been turned back and are now cn
route for Walla-Walla. Many wagons have
arrived in the city, containing families
coining in for safety. They are still arriv
ing from various directions.
The following dispatch was received
from Walla-Walla July 13, at 10 p. m.:
"This place was thrown into excitement
this p. m. upon receipt of a report that the
hostile were on Wild Horse creek and
tliut the fighting was going on there, be
tween the artillery and Indians, and that
in all probability the reds would come
down Vans Yickle canyon and make for
the mouth of Snake river, passing within
two or three miles of this place and likely
calling upon us. Upon learning of the
fighting upon Wild-Horse Gen.
Wheaton stuped seven companies of cav
alry under Gen. Forsyth, who were just
leaving for Louiatoii, und ordered them
immediately to Walla Walla, to aid Miles,
who it was supposed was engaged. A mes
sage was just received confirming this sup
position, and a courier, sent from here to
Gen. Forsyth, instructing him to make all
Missiblc speed and by the shortest roads to
Miles who has, doubt less, had a hard fight
to-day, as five hundred Indians are re
ported to have been in the band that
burned Cayuse station. It is undoubtedly
this same band that Miles, and perhaps
Throckmorton, are lighting to-day. We
have all the women and children nboard
the wharf-boat. No one here, however,
has any fears for personal safety, we are so
well fortified. Runners were "sent out to'
ascertain the whereabouts of the hostile',
and report their appearance ut 0 o'clock
this evening. They have not yet returned.
JEFFERSON COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVEN
TION. Mt. Vernon, III., July 14. At the Dem
ocratic county convention, held here yester
day, Hon. R. A. D. Wilbanks carried 11
out of the 15 townships, and the delegation
to the Carnii convention were unanimously
instructed to cast the vote of this county
for him. Thh secures Mr. Wilbanks' nom
ination, as Hamilton county has already in
structed her delegates to vote for the choice
of this county. Hon. R. W. Townshend
was instructed for congress, Geo. W. Yost
for sheriff of Johnson county, and Wintield
Hill for coroner.
SUNSTROKE AND COMA.
THE CONDITION OF THE SYSTEM EVERYTHING.
One of our best known and oldest physi
cians, speaking through the columns of the
Globe yesterday, said:
"So convinced am I, after thirty summers
that I have treated the disease in this eity,
of the injurious effects of alcoholic stimul
ants, that I can not recall one case of sun
stroke, where it was possible to get the cor
rect history, in which one of two conditiou.s
had not existed : The patients hud been in
dulging freely in liquor, or had been suffer
ing under some diseased condition of the
system most frequently malarial poison."
Then, according to this experience of
thirty years, if we can provide u preventive
from malarial poison, we will have about
solved the sunstroke atlliction, now
At this season of the year there is a large
amount of malarial poison in the atmos
phere and the system is constantly absorb
inir it. Now that poison must be removed
or the patient is not only liable to sun
stroke, but also liable to malarial fever and
all its complications. The llolnian Pa 1
worn as a preventive absorbs the poison
from the system as fast as the patient ab
sorbs the poison from the atmosphere, it
theretore becomes lis to sav there are two
sure and reliable preventives for sunstroke.
Tlie first, don't indulge in strong drink; the
other, don't fail to get a llolnian Pad an-;
wear it continually durtuir this excessively
Restfcl Xiohts Days Fhek rnou
Torture. Await tho rheumatic sufferer
who resorts to Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
That this benignant cordial and deptireut
is a far more reliable remedy than any rol
chirtun and other poisons used to. expel
the rheumatic virus from tho blood, is a
fact that experience has satisfactorily
lemonstrated. It also enjoys the udvant
age of being unlike them perfectly safe.
With many persons a certain ptvdispnsi
tion to rheumatism exists, which ren
dirs them liable to in at
tacks after exposure in wet
weather, to currents of nir, changes
of temperature, or to cold when the body
is hot. Such persons should take a wine
glass or two of the Bitters as soon as pos
sible niter incurring risk Irnm the nlxive
causes, us this superb protective effectually
nullities the hurtful inlluence. For the
functional derangements which accompany
rheumatism, sm li as colic, spasms in the
stomach, palpitation of the heart, imperfect
ligestion, Ac., the Hitters Is also a most
useful remedy It is only necessary in ob
stiuate rases to use it with puristi ucy.