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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1878.
NEW SEIUES-NO. 64
MITIl, HACK CO.,
NO VU MtO.VD STREET,
AUGUSTA, - OA
KtHprdiiiHy H...lcit CoMlgnmi-nti of
PROVISIONS. PRODUCE, GRAIN AND
rpo which lliiv wiil irivo rap-ful and pnni'
IuuiI.mi. 'I b'.y am prepared U mako literal
ard !H their bwit ffirn fr the lntrtu of
Ho, fatorlbil Ihviu "ItU CuMii,'iiUiClil.
H, fi r by pcrml"ton. to 'ATt' At. Bask, of An-
(TU; NaTIOSAI. l IIASU BaH, Uf AUKUnta. Ga.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS 11. 11.
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
T"I!E train. tr thl' road connect t St. I.oni. ar.d
1 Eu-t s I.oiil. Hh all other line. Ui th EAST,
i-oWlI AMI SolTII.
T Mtt-A tprw leave ' lri 1":'" a m.
Tnroie.'ti ox;,-... rriv- at Ea-t St t'lul. 4j p in.
.V.;r !iv."M -Himnilliii leave, t alro if 1.1 p.m.
Murt.ti)t'MK. airi.e. t Murt'livoru t: p.ru.
Throii.-U w leio--. K--t M. I.oiil. .. :4. a.m.
Ti.n.'.U evpr.-' rrii ut I iro . ... ft: tr. p.m.
Murj.ii.l"ru a'T.li-an-. M'ir.!iiMiro ...
MurpLj.boru ait. arrlus ut alro Yi-X p-tn.
PVUrMI! VP THK Cairo ai.il St. Loul.
J t IVH I..U I M.H ;.a:,!il U the only AM.
Il A (I. I!"t '! E W ti mm and SI. l.ou. under
!.. rr:iin.-'-metit : ttwr.fi'',. t'n-r.- mv no Ma at
v ,iv ',:!iii. awalllu:- i-iHiiiM (ion- from other llt;e'.
iff (.., nim eiiiir Nortn. Northea-t and Wct
i...u'd 11.1t u lhlr I" K''t k until ILn v lmv exam-il.'-J
our ruti n ami nii.t'--.
L. M .JnllNsoV General .MiLa.r.
T. .t. FINK. i.i-h.Ti! A." i.t. I a.r". III.
J1X1 nxTisTntUa l r. n
Shortest ami Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
rpilK m lv rr.arl nin!rir two 'laity train from C alro
J riiki' d'-e. t -fiifi. il'.n with Kn-t. ru
I ll W N S I.K VYE I All(' 1 :!" p- m .: Fa-t i-x-r-
... nrnMti.' in M. Lotii' 7 -' P fi : lilca.-o
,., : l:!.i ;.. 111 : t li.rii.n;.-: nn'l I.1.11:.; I.!.;
l1- .arrliltiir In li.ini-.!i M - ' : Lo'il-viln-T
W a IB.: Ii:i!iinu'.i.:- -t. tu- I'lu-'fi.irf liy
L.r. tr.iiii :irrm- ut ".lnt
1 TO W HOI KS IN ADVANCE
Of at y otl.'T rutito.
l..lna m.F.vtMill ith !.;"' ta.-h-4. ft-r
I I" T MUl-iiiili HI" t.' . :,rriMt:i: In St.
1 , . . hi.: 1 Mi a.'otit ':' I' m.. ci.nwt
I i...",t i Mn or EiHti.-bam fr C1t.cini.itti. UiuikvI.ic
FAT TIME EAST.
li :':'VVl ' VV b t!il Ut''' throiifli
J AM' .M' 'la' to tin- Kn-I without any
('.; ,v rmi'Lil b Sumliv Inf rv.-t.ii- Th- S:iiiir
(. ,-. ',.t. rn.Kin tfilti lr..t: fair-, nrrl. In "'
.V..,l,vtMi,r;.li:.'at ln.JV Tliirtyrix liotir- lit a.l-
v ,1. f imv otli'-r Miit.-. .
Aih,Tii"-ni.-nt" of rotnii.-tiii'-'lim i' that th.-y
r l- ''. :tKr tun., thin thl .mi- a'.- l-n.-il -lt It. r
V .r ! r.''i 'h " iii r. .-.wtion apply at UU-
" ' TK.USSAItUIVEATC.UHO:
;r" ; y: :t,....
' .Ii'illNSoN. i. u'l So'itlivru A; I.
J. H .'"N KS. Tl a.'t Al'. iiI.
01 MILES TIIE wiir"TE Tu
47 MILES v'u.eViV"nunnaVi'Sal.
i lirT T'iL1 THE SlInIlTEST TO INIUAN;
Ht MILES VlM.1.1 ."-HIUIEI.1'HIA.NKW
VoUli ANO 1JKSTON
SIX HOUllS SAVED
Owr train, of nil oth.r rnw miiklnrf tb fame
t f" Vwwrt hv oihr rout.' to wake contioc
r.V; M.i-t rM- all'nlilit. .iltlntf fr-in m.' to x
t.'r. Vt Kniall country nation f-r tlu of con-
iii-M 1.MTP VPTIIE VAfTiunl ukoonrVIS
lhjll'llI-'". ,, train, n-iwhltitf hana.
vlll- In'lliiiuiloll. Cliiclntiiili mul I.oiilvi.li' unm
rtaiV Tr'al"- l''vc an.1 nrrWe ut t airo m
:'JJ ''" ti:ia'P in".
Thniu ilckvii' wd 'chWki' to nil lmtmrtnnt
L. H. I 111 H H. IW'-no f Ai:-ut.
gT. I,, I. M. & SOUTHERN
F.tt f,... Cairo dully :iin.
K-.mv.. arrlv. at Cairo 'litlly .
S : 1 1 tit
(JA1UO CITY EEllllY CO.
gt?J FKHKYJIOAT CViiaU
I.Savkh ltv i.Kvra
y, ot V'onrtli at Mlnoourl I.tttid'a. Ki'iiturky l.tl'c
.) a m.
1! p. tn.
H::M 11, tit.
lo:Hi A. in.
il::n p tn.
it a. m.
11 . tn,
3 i. in.
5 i. m.
WATCHKS. JEWELRY, E1C.
Edwakd A. UDEK
(SncccMor to F nlr),
And Dealer. In
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eiylith St. and Wa-sliinirton Are.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 egHTIi STREET,
Between Commercial tad 1 f'oJt'A Til
WaKnlUi;ton ave... f VtlUU, XXI.
FIXE WATCUWORK A SPECIALTY.
HEDgriTiniand all kimia of repairing neatly
t-All kind, of Hulld Jewelry made to order.
WHULKMLK WINtS AND LIVlOIW.
I( SMYTH CO.,
Wbolenl. ai.d lfctail Dlen la
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Winei? of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MKSSHS. SMYTH 4 CO. hav wti'tatitly a lurfe
t.K-k of th IrkI In the markKi and .!
e.jnlal alteutlou to the whoi.-.ale branch f the
PAIXTS. OIL.S. WALL P.U'KK, kTt.'.
JJ F. BLAKE,
Window Glitsi. Window Shadi, Etc.
Alvayf 00 hand the a'.ebrat.d ilukiaTi
BroV Lulldlns. Com- .
uieri iul An.. 1
JNSURANCE AGENCY OF
AVells & Kkkth,
Ili-it Mi America i-Affi..
MillvilleKlr" "Aleu"N J'
I'll!, ill "Of rhiladelphla: e!nM.!ie,l iL l".H.)
I II HI1 ,' Ariel", a-'.l.lf.' '"'.
hlsKS WlilTl'EN AT KA I It HATES.
f)tllr In Alxnrutr t'oitnty Hunk.
i I f
1 N !
!I C I
SALOONS AXD liLSTAnUNTS.
Saloon and Kostaurant
Tim iitfT or
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
('mutant)) on Uml; aln ha. rotitnntly 00 hand a
lure mpply of
FRUITS, LEMON'S. ORANG ES, APPLES,
AT Wllllt.WAlJ A SI H UlTAtL,
At till' 01.1 Delmonlfn Hot.'l. fill Ohio U xcv,
The ehiii'i'"t. m 0 . t
ln-tliiit yit itio't ilrlli ute
of all pfrfmiii'M fir it'eoti
tin1 hiitidlo'ri'lili.f at tin1
lolli't mi. I In tli- I. nth.
ilelk'tltlitl ami hi'itltliful
Inthf .Irk Mom. ri'llen"
winkii". fntlfiii.. pro.lratlon, tiiTvoii.tn'. uml
Iniiilaehi'. Look out for iiiiint.'rfilti,. Almn.u.k
for Fiorina. Water, pri'pnrvi! Iiy the mle proprietor',
.Mi'.ara. l.iiimian A Ki inp. New York
For "lie hy porfuuiera. uninglt and f.mcy g'avli
fKNEHAL UEI.IVEKY open T::JU a. m. dowi
J ::o p. in. ; Sunday: H to 1 a. tn.
iloney Order JJepriruunt open at 8 a. m.; clone,
at .t p. 111.
Throti.'h Eipren. Mall, via lllliioi. Central and
HlBKl.pp t'l ntral Hallroui rloie nt V'Mi p. in.
Cairo and 1'oplur llluff Throuifu und Way Mall
cIiik... ut l;.'::io 11, m.
Way Mail via HMnol. Central. Cairo and Vln
cenn... and MiK'.ii-lppl Central Jtallroad. cIok ut
Way Mail for Narrow Gaui'it Ilallroud cloie. at 8
Cairo and Kraii'vlllf Itlver Kotile ck at 0:30
p. 111. dally (except Fridays
Muyor Henry Winter.
Treo.iirer 1 F. Parker.
Clerk 1. 11. I'Mllli,.
(. (iiiiielur--Wni. II. (iilliert.
Mar.hul .'. I). Arter.
Attoriny W. y. M, (, .,.
I'ollee JiaiflKtrale J. J. Dird.
hoAHU or AI.MJIllll!.
Flrt Ward Vocnm. Win. ii'Cdllalinn.
beeond Ward-Wood Itittenhimiie. N. Ji. ThUtl.
Third Ward-W. V. Wrl.-ht. John Wood.
Fourth Ward-ChirL 0. I'all.T. D.J. Foley.
Fifth Ward-T. W. Ilallliiay. t hu. Lanc.u.r.
Clrrttlt Jnd'.'C D. J. Baker.
Cin ult ( I. rk-J. A. l!. eve.
County Jude 1. ri. Vwuni.
County Clerk h. J Hiiinm.
Couniy Attornev-W. I . Mulkey.
Couniy Tri a.ur. r A. J. Allien.
Sheriff Piter Saup.
Coroner K. Fitz.'erair;.
Countv CointnlKi.!orierK T. W. HulUtlay, M. V.
rou. Geo. W. Sun, mmm.
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
ILLINOIS CENTKAL KAII.RO.VD.
Erpre" S:ii p ni. 12:lna.m.
Majl 4:iua.ni. I lop. 111.
Freight' T::)a.m. :nna.in.
Freiiiht x::ia. rn. 4:ip.ui.
CAIKO AND YINCENNES KAILhOAD.
Mall lo-i.i p.m. 4:4Ja.m.
ST. LOl'IS, I. M.ANt fcOL'THEHN KAILHOAD.
Eipre" S:i.ia.m. 2:"ip.m.
CAIltO AND ST. LOL'IS KAILl'.OAD.
Through Ejpr .1:1.1p.m. 8:4.'a.tn.
Murjihy.tioM Aecommo(lation.l-J:V' p.iu. 4:Jip.m.
ti,. pt Sunday. Exeept Monday.
VFIilCAN M. E. Fiitirtee uth utreet. between
Walnut ai.d Cellar streets: nervpe Sahhath 11
a. m. and 7:i p. m.: Sunday schnol 1 ::)o p. m.
C'HKISTIAN'-ElchtKenth ureet: nietitig Sab
. hath lo:p. m.i preaehltiii ofca'ionaliy.
-Mli ld II tiF THE K E D E E M E K E pl'ropal 1
V. Fourteenth tre..-t: Xonilmr Jirayer snl.hatb)
I0I0 a. in.: evening prayer. T:4i p.m.: Sablialh
, houl a s. m. liev. St. J. Dillon-Lee, Hector.
rMI'.sT MISSIuNAHY IUITIsT CHVKcn.
r Preaching at lo:3o a. in., -i p. m.. and T::i p. m.
Stihlialh mtjoj at 7 -J p. lu. Ikv. T. J. Shore',
Il'THEHAN-Thirteenth tr.t: ..-n-lca Sab
j hath II a. in. and 7: p. m.; Sunday nhixil 9 a.
111. lU:v. Duer" huer. panor.
METHODIST-Cur. Eii-hth and Walnut Mreet;
l'reiii'hlLi Sa.,l,ili lo::o a. 111. and 7 p.m.:
pravi-r meeting'. Weiliie.iluv 7::i p. ni.: Sunday
School. :i p. m. I!..v. A. F. Morrison, pa.tur.
1l!KSHYTEKIAS-i:ii:hth .treet; pr.-arLiua on
Sa'.hath ut lo;:o a. 111. and 7::'p. 111.; pruyer
Ri-etiiii' Wflne1iiv at 7::' p.m.: Sunday Sihliol
at p. m. Kei. H. Y. teor'e. pa'tor.
CEf'iiNIl FHHEWILL BAPTIST FIfl'inth
tret. between Walnut and Cedar .treeU-; .er
viro Sul.lmUi at ) and 7 ') p. m.
ST. . Ii SEI'!!'w Tinman Cnthnl.ei Corner Cr.
and Walnut Ktre-t-: ..-rMeeK SH,'il,ath 10:)oa.
m.: Sunday school at -J p. 111.; Ve'psr 3 p. in.; 'er
vice. i v. ry day at " p. III.
CT. I'ATIIH K's Roman Cathnlie) Corner Ninth
. Ktreet ami Wu.h!:u.-toti av-nuej ..-niee' sab
bath and o a. m. : Vrp.-r" 8 p. m. , ftrtmlay M houl
i p. 111.; .erlc. tvirv dac at p. ni. Itev. F. Zubei.
rr-IIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. K KALLIDAY. iTe-id-nt.
II. L. HAI.I.IDAY. Vlc-l-re.Idunt.
WALTE1! IIYSLUI'. Ca.hler.
. TAAT TATlnfU w. p. IlAtiJIlAT,
iitsiir i.. iiai.ijuaT. i. h. ci siimoiiam,
0. II. WIIXlAMW'k'. 'TafUKX DltUI,
II. n. CA5DJS.
Exchange, Coin and United Sutes Bonds
BOCGI1T AND SkiLD.
Depiwlt. rtcxwd aud a p.cerl bankltg bainei
LEXANDER COUNTY DANK,
Coiunurtial Avenne and Eighth Strwwt,
P. RIKiss. t're.ldunt.
I'. NKFK. Vl rre'l'Hrit.
II. WEI.I.S. ( a-hlvr
T.J. KEliTH. A'.UutitCiAhhr.
F. llro. Cairo; William Kiu.'e. t'ulrn;
Tet'-r NetT. C alro; William Wolf. Calm;
c. M . 1 1'terloh. It. 1. llllltiL"ler. St. biulu;
K. Under, t alro; J. Y. Cletim.n, I aledonlu.
C ha'. O.I'aller,
t GENERAL TIANKINti Kt'SINESS DONE. Ei
1 V ch:itii:e oM and Ixuiu-ht. IntereM paid In th
Suvltn;. liepnrttnent. Collccllonn uiadu und all
bii'liien promptly atteiHied to
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS RANK,
('luuvrnl Mttroh 31, IMS.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BANK.
INTEREST ptM on ileprnlt. M ireh lt and Sep
tember lt. Inter."! tod wlthdruwii I. udileilltu
ttieillately to the prlneljuil of the depodt., Ihereli'
L'lvln.' iliem Coin poti n 1 int.-rvrt.
J?('lilMren nml murrlnl nonten may (lepolt
Ululiey n:id llo nUe else Mill limit 1U
WALTER IIYSLOP, Tubaww.h.
31 ARRETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Liverpool, July 10, 2.00 v. m. Wheat
weaker Winter, Os C0s 10d; Spring
s OilijiOs 3d ; Culit'orniii Hvenij.'!-, 10k(2.10s
3-1; C'ulit'.imia club, 10n 3d10s 8d;
Corn new, 53a 6dyi22s Od; old, 27s 3dQ,
NEW TURK GKAfX.
New Y'ork, July 10, 12:01 m. Wlieat,
nominal N'o. 2 Cliicaifo, $103(2,104;
No. 5 Milwutikee, $1 04(3,1 03; Red Win
ti.T. 1 03ai 10; Amber, $1 08(3,1 15.
Corn (iuk't-Ste:iiiicr,4O04Oc; No. 3,
44G43CJ No. 2, Gold, lOO?
CniC'AOO GK VIS AND PRODLCE.
Cuicago, July 16, 10 a. M. Wheat
Aujfunt. &4VgC; July, 04'iC. Corn July,
T?a3:jc; August, 'i'i'; Sep
tcmber, 3;;3t)c. Pork-$9 44.
Chicago, July 16, 12 m. Pork August,
$9 S3; September, $9 67. Corn July,
371-j'c; August, 37?c; SeptcmbtT, 37c.
Wheat August, 04' (&94?c; Scptcmbtr,
Chicago, July 16, 1 00 p. m. Closing
Wheat July, 03c asked; August,
8-CTW.fc. Corn July, 3e bid; 37;;
Septembar, 3ScbM. Pork July, $9 47j ;
August, $9 47;iOVj 50; Si ptember, 9
f'Vi&V 65. No n port this afternoon
board adjourned on account of heat.
TIIE PREMIER'S TRIUMPH.
AN OVATION IN STORE FOR BEA
CONSFIELD. ALL ENGLAND GOING W.I.r WITH ENTIICPI
AsM TIIE LIlltltALS (OX I.L'DE To ACCEIT
I'lIE SITL'ATION MORE AUoff THE CON
SI'.KACT AGAINST THE SI I.TAN.
rKF.PAUATIOXtS FOR HIS KECF iION.
London, July 15. Lord lioHioiiKtieid is
expected to reach London Tuesday after
noon. A gn at popular demonstration is
expected at Clme'n Cross Station, on his
arrival. A limited inuuber of tickets have
been is-ued for admission to the railway
platform, but so larL'e a crowd is aritieipat
eL, that a l:,ie of police tv.U be formed, ex
tending from the railway station to Down
ing street. The only invitation Lord
Besoonstteld has accepted in honor of hi.
return is a d'mer, tendered by theCarleton
club. The tow a council of Dover will meet
the earl on his arrival at that port and pre
sent mi address of fonL..'!itulation.
AS IMi'iiKTANT SPEECH EXPECTED.
The Manchester Guardian's London cor
respondent says: The epectauon gains
ground that a general election is imminent,
but nothing can be stated definitely piitil
Lord ll"ai otisrt,'ld's return. It is "under
stood that the premier vv '11 make an im
portant speech "n the house of lords Thurs
day, and that if an appeal to the cofitry :
extended notification of the step will be
L'lven I'T bun "i 1 1 io course ot his address.
The London conservatives Hre prepare,'.' to
give him and Lord Salisbury u very tnthus
lastic reception, l.ie sielie at Charng
Cross tull be like a royal reception.
THE LIIiERAI.S WAITING.
1 ne wisdom of the libera. s ' i suientl
inir their judgment upon Lord IVasotiricld's
policy till more is known is continued by
telegrams which point to the existe ice (if
important but unrevealed arrangements
made with France. Nos. ction of the I 'b
i ral party is in a hurry to condemn hastily,
and it is now suppO'ed that a laii-cr propor
tion of the opposition is favorable to the
L'ovi rniueiit policy than was at first sus
pected. THE ENTIUsIASM INCREASING.
Lonim in. July 15. The popular enthusi
asm excited by what is taken to be u
brilliant triumph of England, at Berlin,
now mounts t unprecedented heights.
The staid Burghers of the city have caught
the infection anil the lord mayor and the
sherills will go in state to receive Earl
Beacoiistield mid Lord Salisbury at the rail
way station, and instead of a mere com
mittee from the Carletonclub. imt less than
2II.00H of the nieinbeis of the metropolis
will he at the station and along the route,
tlieliee to l'ow, ling street. It is now tiro-
111 Ist'l 1 that the illustrious and victorious dip
lomat shall enter the city at the Canon street
siation instead of at Charing Cross or
Victoria, and they indeed shall be escorted
past the Mansion liuiise, through Cheiipslde,
Ludgate hill. Fleet street, the Strand and
Parliament street to Downing street. The
route will afford the best means of display,
and will enable the mayor to welcome Hit!
heroes of the hour mi the city instead of
going to Westminster.
INTENSE EXCITEMENT AT CONSTANTINOPLE.
Constantinople, July 13. A great con
spiracy against the sultan has been discov
ered at Slainhoiil and fifty persons have
been arresicd. It is believed that many
high dignitaries are implicated in the plot.
Intense exi iti ini'iit privails,
THE SI I.TAN TERRIFIED.
A London dispatch from Constantinople
says: The conspiracy against the sultan has
beeti brewing for son, e time, and the sul
tan has been aw are of it. This has render
ed him morbidly i.lVaid of assassination,
and for some week' lie hn imt ventured
outside of his palace walk The conspiracy
Is the work of a combination iiiinng the
dia!l'el ted leaders of Various parties. Some
of tlletll wish to place MlUad on Ihethrolle!
others are in favor of a republic, with Mid
hat for T sident, mid other, again are
pilslpis, Who foal' under the new state of
things in Asia, their oppoitimitif fort xtor
tion ami p. under will cen-o. The sultan Is
in a wretched st it,,, of ti ir r. anxiety and
di'ill't. lie liistiU'ts evei v one.
FAVORAULE COMMENTS ON THE WORK OF THE
London, July 15. The London press
favorably comments on the results tf the
congress, the Daily News only excepted.
The Times, Miinm'ip,' up the labors of the
congress, says: ''It lias made changes
which trawt.orm an empire; has removed
the long-s.aiiil'iig causes of dwton' 'nt, has
pacified, we may hope, the prov'nees which
were torn by d:sse,itioa ami misrule, has
placed barriers beitvecn rival forms of ira
placib'c bigotry; has stopped many avenues
of foreign i'.U.igue, and it lias abridged
the niwerot ' ie porte, it has given peace
to Eu ope."
V'UI.Y OCCITATION (IK TIIE PUOVINttlS.
Lo.mxjn, July 13.- A dispatch from Ber
lin reports that tin; ao, -cement between
Austria and i ho porte relative to the oc
cupation of the prov!,ices has been con
cluded and 'hat the Austiians will enter !n
a week. A correspondent ut Vienna, how
ever, says Coratheodorl pashu comes to
Vienna to conclude the negotiation. Hie
porte has lately shown unmistakable good
will, and jxisitivcly ordered the '"habitents
of Scrnjevo, who were 'tel'icd to resist, to
submit to the will of thu powers. Count
Andrassy iias visited the Emperor Francis
Jo.-eph at Schonbnm. His reception was
THE RCHSHX MIN'STFH TO FRANCE RETIRES.
London, July 15. A d'spatch from St.
Petersburg says: M. Renteia, the Russian
miti'ster to France, has ro.igned his port
folio, and M. Grieg has been uppoiuted to
A WAVE OF I'.EPCIILICANISM.
New York, July 15. A London letter
published this evening says: A love of Re
publicanism is sweeping over Europe. The
specte of socialism is txcit'nj, and the
THE P.OCSSEAC CENTENARY.
Paris, July 15. The Jean Jacques Rous
seau cententuy celebration took place yes
terday in this city. The mect'ng was the
largest ever held, and was addressed by M.
Louis Blanc and other eminent men.
London, July 15. A dispatch from
Vienna says: The agitation in Bosnia is
DIsPlTE CONCERNING THE BOt'NDARIES.
Washington, July 15. There is a dis
pute bet .veen England and Liberia concern
ing the boundaries of the possessions of
the iwii countries !n Africa. Commander
Bradley, L. S. A., has, at the n quest of
England, been appointed an arbitrator on
the case, and w 111 beg;n work as soon as the
rainy season is over. He now commands
the marines in the Mediterranean squadron.
THE INDIAN WAR.
THE MILES' COMMAND ENCOUNT
ERS THE ENEMY.
THE HOSTII.ES ROUTED WITH nEAVY LOSS
A FORMIDAI1LE CONSPIRACY AT CHOW
CREEK AGENCY THE GOVERNMENT MER
CILESSLY UolillBD BY A POM ERFI I. RING.
San Francisco, July 13. The following
was received at 2 this morning: On receipt
of the news of Indian depredations at Cay
Use station, Col. Miles with 300 regulars,
started for the scene. Withhi a short dis
tance of Cayue station, encountered be
tween 400 and 500 warriors. About o'clock
in the uioruing Miles opened lire upon the
hostile, who returned the tire without ef
fect, neither s'de susta'ning injuries. This
was continued until 12 o'clock, when the
Indians attempted to charge, but were driv
en ott'. being unable to stand the tire from
the howitzers in the charge.
The Indians sustir'ted considerable loss,
cstimathig their dead at tiftccn. Miles'
casualties consist of two men wounded, one
i't he arm and the other in the l-g, Short
ly after 1 o'clock the Indians fell back to
wards the mountains, and Miles' object was
to prevent the advance of the hostiles and
hold them in check until reinforced. This
he gallantly d'd, and when the fact
that his force was afoot and the savages
well mounted are teken into consideration,
the result of yesterday's light will be la tter
appreciated. During Friday the Indians
completed the destruction of Cayuse station,
which on the day previous they had partial
ly destroyed. It is feared that Meacham
has met a similar fate. Among interested
s'ctators of Miles' light were a large num
ber of Umatillas, who took sides with
neither party, but Hppeared to relish the
sport.. At 10 o'clock Col. Forsv ,h, wi'i his
command, was at Weston, having been or
dered to the scene of yesterday's coptlict,
and was moving as rapidly as the
horses could travel. The United Slates'
forces now in Umatilla county, 7no men,
will be suthYient to br'-ig the hostiles to
terms. When found, the body of Coggall
was iVghtfulIy mutilated. Notwithstand
ing the report to the contrary, it is almost
certain that a portion of the hostiles suc
ceeded In crossing the Columbia, and the
danger is with them. Should they succeed
in obtaining reinforcements the war will be
of long duration, and will require an im
mense army to whip them into lasting peace.
There is lurch excitement throughout this
eiuiio section of country, and a feeling of
insecurity is universal." Gen. Whentoii has
gone to the front, and w ill diruct the move
ments of the troops.
FR.U'D AND RASCALITY.
Chicago, July 12. The Tribune special
from Ft. Thompson, Dakota, says: The
visit of Commissioner lloyt to thu Indian
agencies is developing astonishing othYial
fraud and rascality on the Missouri river,
and u conspiracy Vtween the agents and
traders, which startles even the natives.
Dr. Livingston, of Crow Creek. Is con
demned by overwhelming testimony, as he
was taken unawares ami had no opportunity
to remove the evidence of his guilt. His
stealing began in 17(1, w hen he was flrM ap
pointed through the inllileiieenf the Episco
pal chuieh. as agent of the combined Crow
creek and Lower Burie agencies, number
ing tl.omi. He has acciimuhited it fortune,
acquired In three Nevada silver mines, und
owns two cattle rainhes and a hotel, which
was regularly supplied with food and vesre.
laldcs for th!' agency, lie and his partner
forced the agency employes, w ho wore most
ly ignorant men, to hoard. They utilized
tlie government blacksmith shop ami ma
! ferial for private gain, fed their private
i stock at the government crib, sold govern
ment wood to steamboats ami hay to Black
Hills b ains. The Indian annuities were
stolen and sold. The ring would charge;
the government for hay and wood which
the Indians were compelled to put up iti
order to get their nnnuiiies and rations, ami
then sell this hay and wood a second time
to steamboats, military mstsond bullwhack
crs. The proceeds of the crops raised on.
the agencies were not accounted for. The
trader's warehouse was stocked from the
government warehouse and provisions soul
to the Indians. Rations and annuities were
drawn for 300 more Indians than there were
at the agencies. Congress appropriated
$170,0110 for the agency during Living
ston's administration, and he stole all lu;
could. His ignorant employes, glad to git
their rations, would issue false vouchers, of
which 150 have been already discovered,
ranging in amount from $3 to $1,500.
Livingston was, says thu commissioner, a
pious fraud, guilty of every crime against
otlicial honor and business integrity. " The
neighboring agents and traders are in the
same conditions to dishonesty, except that
they have been generally notified of the
coming Btrin, and have put tlielr houses In
owr. I lie returns ot the agents as tu
goods on hand are most invariably fal!.
Forgeries and perjuries are of ntarlv every
day occurrence, and the amount of evideuce
is overwhelming. Inspector Hammond has
removed three agents since last spring, and
replaced them with military officers, us
acting agents, and the crack of doom is
above those agencies.
WHAT SECRETARY SHERMAN SAID A BOLT
GRANT AND THE PRESIDENCY STATE DE
PARTMENT AND HON.. I. MILTON TURNER.
Washington, July 15. When the offi
cials tit the state department had their at
tention called to the statement made by J.
Milton Turner to a Republican reporter, as
published in the Republican of tho 9th,
they Intimated that Turner was anxwus to
make a martyr of himself. They further
said that Mr. Turner had resigned the mis
sion to Liberia, and that ho was home on a
leave of absence; that he was no longer
minister to Liberia, but that his successor
liad been appointed, confirmed, aud had left
this country. When the question was asked,
if there were any charges against Mr. Tur
ner your correspondent received a diplo
matic answer, in effect that probably Mr.
Turner could have remained in Liberia.
COLLECTION OP CONFEDERATE RECORDS.
Gen. Marcus A. Wright, of St. Louis,
has been appointed by the secretary of war
as agent to collect official records on the
confederate side of the war. When the
confederate archives were secured man)'
orders and documents were in the posses
sion of confederate officers in whose fami
lies they have since been retained. (Jen.
Wright having been a confederate officer
and having an extensive acquaintance in the
South, he was chosen to collect these scat
tired links which are to be used ia com
piling the official history of the war.
SHERMAN ON GRANT.
It appears that thu widely-quoted remark
attributed to jsccrulary Sluinian to the
effect that Gen. Grant would be nominated
for president in 10, was misstated. Mr.
Sherman did say in private conversation, in
substance; that in the present stale of pub
lic sentiment under existing excitement
over the possibility of the Democrats get
ting control of both branches of congress,
thus virtually reviving the rebellion, that
under the circumstances if tho convention
was to be held to-morrow Gen. Grant
would be nominated, but his election
would not be certain. That, of course, re
lated to the present, and had no reference
to what may or may not occur two years
hence. His remark has been criticized as
indelicate from one occupying his relations
to President Hayes, but it cannot be so con
strued in the 'light of the fact that Mr.
Hayes has repeatedly and in various ways
made known his unalterable purpose not "to
be a candidate for re-election.
FOR TIIE CREDIT OF THE FAMILY.
From the Columbus (O.) Stute.amu.
A young gentleman was passing n little
girl on Seventh-street yesterday who was
sitting on the doorsteps and making the air
melodious humming over a tune, lie was
interested by the sweet and intelligent ap
pearance of the child, and accosting her, the
following dialogue took place: "Sissy,
what's your pa's nanieC' This whs politely
answered by the little girl. "How many
brothers have you .'" "Four or five." How
many sisters?" "Four or five.'' Theyouug;
nian's curiosity being satisfied he passed on.
The mother of the little 4-year old i who had
neither brother nor sister) overheard the
conversation, and calling her in asked her
why she had storied to the man and receiv
ed the following cute reply: "Well, mam
ma, I didn't want the gentleman to think
we were so poor as to have no children.
Restful Nights Dats Frek from
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With many persons a certain predisposi
tion to rheumatism exists, which ren
ders them liable to its at
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