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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
gMITII, HACK it CO.,
NO. 3(10 BROAD BTIIEET,
AUGUSTA. - - - GA
RcspecUuliy Solicit Consignment of
PROVISIONS, produce, GRAIN AXD
ri'O which thev will slv canrul mid prnmpt
X teutlou. Tui-y uro prepared to tnaliu llberul
tudwlllnse their best effort for tho Interest of
ttiu.tt favoring them with, consignment.
liefer, by permission, to Natioxai Bak. of An
guir.a; National Excuaxv Dank. (.. Augusta ii.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS n. 11.
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
THE trains hy tlil road connect at ft. lmla aud
1 Eal St. Louis lit nil Oiht r Hues to the EAsT,
MiKTil AND bOl'TI!
Through express leaves Cairo 10:01) a.m.
'fhrougu express arrive, t Ea. Si. otils :4Sp.in.
Murplivshuro . ouimowolou leans ( a'ro K : 1 .'. p. Til .
Murpb'v.lHirn u- s'liv st Murnhysboro :p m.
Through expi 'cavi. Luul. H:4.'jm.
Through expre nrlv. -3, Cairo :l m.
Murpbysooroa'cluves Mjrphy.boro. ... 5:.Wa.m.
Murpuystioro acc. riiv:- a, i airo U:Mp.m.
P V T CAT IIV I THE Cairo and St. Lonls
lUlij.uDrK luilroad ) the on! ALL
I'.A 1 1. HlUTE between slro and St. Louie under
oim: j.mag'in-ot; tli-rcfore there are no de'ava at
wav inn. awaiting connections from o.her Hf
f j- ;'.,V(-iiii r goiiu North, Sortlica" h. cst
ahould no, buy O-ir dels until they have exam
ined our rates' n" muv.
I, V JollSSON Oeneml Manager.
It. J. FINE, (..'tierol Agent, 'alro IM
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. It
Shortest ami Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
TH E mJy road running : wo daily trains 'rom Cairo
makliiif d,i- . cornice i v. Ii I. teru 1 ties.
TUUNS 1.KXVE OM;' -1. 0;i. m.: l-a-tci-pre,,
ar.lvo-f'ih.. I.oiii-T:M r ' : Chk,!o3W
n rr- 1:10 ! 1.1 : Ciiifimju r- louisville 1-u.t
I. In,-. .".iMtii f ur:.Ua : at t (. . tn.; Louisville
T:lo r.m ; Iinr.int.oIia 4:1.) m. l'am-uip.'nt by
lit iralu arrive ai atiove iioinle
12 TO 34 HOntS IX ADVANCE
Of ay otlii-r route.
v i m ". Mail lth '?'!' Ht'o-h'';'- f"r
I v-p iil-.s.n.U IIH'AI.O a'liTiiiulnM.
l iiifhtodln o- '-filosUam for C'IiicIuiia -., Loulsvillu
I ud ludlauapul'!".
FAST TIME EAST.
1, LVrVVIK'1' l"1 ,IIC so thron'h
ANMjAurjIlO ihc Kti-t vU.nout any
d. lhv called t'V Sunday in i-rveiilnir. Th Snlur
"av 1:1 r i.oon. tfr-.n ln..n Cro arrlv;-- In N. w orlc
Mondurn.orn'.i.tff l'i;t. TUlrty -lx hour, lu ad-
m'ke ......tor iline ii n hi- o re lu.-d ell .--r
5tj,.ri' ' " :,in '
' jAHlJo'llNSo'N.tsWl Southern A t.
J. II. JONES, Ticket Airrut.
(AIllO A VINCENNKS R. R.
CI MILES sK!iiorE T0
47 MILES Vln
a "ttt rQ r'"E "onTKS.T,J?.ii7ir
iih JlllihS AlHjI.IS.l'UILADEH'UlA,
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over trului of ttll other routes mukluu tUo lomo
rr- PaaKongcra vo.hei rouleo to rrd:o tonnpf-tlmu-i
rtiio p' i.-:lii, vvalthm n'"n?.10'1
hoiua rk Knall couu.ry etiulona for tralna o. con
1) VATTtFl?TIIR FACT and take onr 4:45
JirjJlrjJlI'rjlk,,. ,,,, ,P reacblnii tvatm
vllle Indln "o'l" Cli'di-if .: i-nd L.ml-vllle samo
?lv? Train. fvo f ' arrive lv C.-tro a.
Tu-onsh tlc'kotB and checks to all Important
v a' miLI ER liOSWELL MILLER.
' A Oe.n i"-.ACont. lleneral Sup't.
L. D. Clll RCll. PaaKcnger Agent.
gT. L., I. M. A SOUTHERN.
Espn-sa leaven Cairo dally :(ln P-'
Exjirem iirilvenit Calm dully 5iniii.ni
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
t.KAVria l.KAVK t.KATlta
Font Fon rlli t. MlMourl Land'R. Komucky Ld'K.
8 a. m.
10 u. m.
t p. m.
4 p. m.
smi a. m.
V a. in.
3 p. m.
5 p. a.
m w w
WATCHES. JEWELRY, ETC.
Edwatcd A. BuDE't
(Hnccucaor to E. 4 W. Uudur),
And Dealer la
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eit-lith St. ami Washington Ave.
Watclimaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Between Commercial and I Piivn Til
Walilni;tou avta., f t-clllU, 111.
FIXE WATCnWORK A SPECIALTY.
rEagravlngand all klnda of repairing aeatly
fjr"AlI klndKof Solid Jewelry made to orHcr
WHOLIWALE Wl.Nr A.NU LIVlOJLS.
SMYTH tt CO.,
Wbolemla and Bctail Deaiera la
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
"VYinea of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH 4 CO. n.fe constantly a 'arw
k k o. me uct v,ooo" ' i he market r n ivc
e.pecial a: cnlloa to ibe wjo eat e branch oi ihe
PAIXTS. OILS, WALL PAPER. ETC.
H F. BLAKE,
Window Glass, Window Shades, Etc.
Alwayt oo hand the eelebrat! nxmiXArixo
Bros' Hiilldlne, Com-1
lufn ial Avm - I
JNSURANCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Kertii,
British America Af,.f.K..
Afllli ilhi 1 Mm nrt Marine (Mllltllle, N.J.)
.UllIMlie ( AMeta.l.44S,WT.5l.
Commercial Uf e:To:U.
T'n Jmi (Of Philadelphia: oatahll.Ued In 14.)
Fireman's M. !or .,,ttr.,0.n:
KISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
Offl-o In Aloxnncler County Hunk.
a m ! u!
3 C tt
SALOON'S AXD RESTAURANTS.
Saloon and Hcstaurant
mi hunt or
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Constantly ou hand; nlao hna constantly on hand a
large supply of
FRUITS, LEMONS, 0RAXG ES, AITLES,
AT WIIOt.ESAl.1 ASD ItKTAtL.
At Hid Olrt Drlmonlro Hotol. AH Ohio Uvcp.
The choicest, moat
lasliiiK yet nio-t delicate
of all perfumes for nauon
the hmidkercliliif at ilia
toilet and In the hath,
(lelluhlful and healltifiil
in the alek room, relieve!
weakness, fntlunu. liroslintlon, iinrvousimsa and
huadarhe. Look out for counterfeits. Alwavansk
for Florida Wntor. prepared hy the sole proprietors.
Messrs. Lin man Ai Kemp, New York.
For sale by purfumura. dniRnliti and fancy goods,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
GENERAL D JLIVKllY open IM a. m. clow
tt:;p.in.; hiinday: 1 ,o a. m.
Money Order Department open t:li, o,; idW
at fi p. m.
Toroinh Expresa Mall via Ullnola Central and
Mississippi Ceulrn' 'I ilho.vls close at 12:H) p. m.
Cairo and Poplai UIull Through and Way Mull
osei ,i 1-J::j0 p. ni
Way Mall i i Jlllnols Cent:.il Cairo and Vln--"iiuea
. jl Mlss.sslppl Central Ilillroada cloae at
'". r Mul! ,or Narrow Onuge Rullroai closes at 6
C .-oani EvnnMlllo River Route closea at 8:30
p. in. dully (excep. y.iuuy;.
OFFICIAL III RECTORY.
Mayor Hem r Winler.
T'enure'- S. . I'.nker.
f'e.k-J. 0. ' .
i'ouiieioi t ' l;. (Mlliert,
Marshal-C. i. A !.
Aiion-ey W. (j. .M. t ie.
Police iiai'Sirs e . .1. rtlrd.
aoAiio ) ; .iiKiiMK r.
First Ward 4iim Yocr n V'm u Cal' 'tv
Second Ward-Wood Kllwlihodie. N . 1) riil.Uc
wood. Thlrt' W'nrd-V. P. ri!gV John Y.'od.
Kom i Wurd-Cl.irl'." O. ". U i.D.d. r'oh v.
FUih Ward T. W. Hallidav. Chu. ULCutiur.
Clrcn'! J.'iliie-P . llaker.
Clrcu1 Clerk- . .t-eves.
Conn y .'iidite .". . Yocuni.
County Cleik-S. . Limin.
Coumy A lornev W. C Mulkey.
Couniv 1 reasurer A. J. Aldeu.
Sheriff l'elel Snup.
Coroner It. FiUirera.c.
L'ouu y Comini.lner T, W. UulllcLy, M. V.
town. Geo. W. Sammon.
Arrival and Departure of Twins.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROJP.
Erpresa S:ii p.m.PMOa.m.
Mall 4:ki a.m. ) .lop. in.
Krelifhi T::tna.m. :00a.m.
Freight H::a. m. '.lu.m.
CAIRO AXD VINCENNEs KAILUAI).
Mali 10:(ipm. 4-'a.m.
ST. LOL'IS, I. M. ANC 60LTUEHN II.HU.'OAD.
Arrlre. I" part.
Exprcs S.iuiid. ?U0j).ni.
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS i.'AII.L'CsO
Through Expresa SHom. 8:4.'. a.m.
Murjilivsltoro Accoiamodation.1 j:45 ,).iu. 2:Alp.m.
Except Sunday. tExcept Monday.
V"iICAN M. E. Fourteenth Mrc t. between
Walnut am Cedai streets; i , ey fcsohath 11
a. u and ":) p. in,; bonday Kcboot 1 . lu.
t' IKI'il.N'-.JItiteeiitri street; mecing Sab-
batu 10:; p. io.: preu-hing o.euslonaly.
CII RC11 OK VIIE "EIlEEMEII-.'plscopal)
Fourteen h s.iei ,. Moiiiin-. v Ir-ahhatu)
i)::)0 a. m.; -vn un nnye.s. , ::!! i. Satibalh
schK) 9 a. in. lf. ...'. D'l'on-i.- l!' 'ior.
JjMRST MISSIONARY F 4PTIS7 CfIiCIL
l'r aching .il 10::i a. tn. :: o. m., an.' p. iu.
Sahlmlh achool at 7:30 p. ui. Rev. T. J. Shoree,
ICTHEnAN-Tlilrteenth street; acrrieea Sjo
j hath 1 n and 7:4) p. m.; Suruay kuoo (la.
in. Iter. Duvrathuer. pastor.
A I ETIIODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut "treets;
11 I'reuihiiig s iMij j ;0 ; a. m. and i p.m.;
praye- meeting V.'ednesi r ::() in.; Sunday
School 8 p. m. Iter. A. 1'. i'o .'o V pastor.
IjrtEsRYTE III AN Eighth t.iee : p-eachlng on
1 "aliaih at Ki:.10 a. tn. am' 7::.'0.. m.; frnyer
niee iii- Vednesdur at 7:: . m : Sjuduy School
al 3 p. m. Her. I). Y. George' pjstor,
S:tOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST - Fifteenth
...cel. r'leei) Walnut auUCixlar alnMU; ser
vices Sahliatb at S and 7:4) p. m.
Sr. JOSEPH'S (Roman Calhol.ci Corner Cross
Slid Walnut reels; services Sa'ilialh 10:la.
ni.: Sjndar Si boo1 ai '! p. m.; Vespin 3 p. in.; ser
vice, erery uayai . p. in.
S' '. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
Mreet and Washington avenue; services Hah
lulii j and 10 a. m. : Ve-pers 3 p. ni.; Pnnrtav School
i p. m. ; services every day ui 8 p. m. Rev. F. Zabel,
niE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
W. P. IIALI.IDAY, President.
II. L. IIALI.IDAY. VIee-PreslifcDt.
WALTER II VSLOP, Cashier,
S. RTAATS TATI1R, W. I. IIAU-DAr,
IIKNIIV L. IIAU.IHAT, n. II. CI NStNHIIAJI,
0. 1. WIIX1AUSO.H, STKl'Uti URU,
B. U. OAIDEB.
Exchanffo, Coin and United Stales Bonds
BOUCnT ASD SOLD.
Deposits recolTil and a gwiacal lnuiklig hudncm
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commertlai Avennc and Eighth Stroct,
F, Hltnss, President.
P. N EPF, Vice Presldstit.
II. VEl.Ls. i n.hler,
T.. KKlU'll. Assl-tant Cashier.
F. Ilrosa, Cairn; William Klimc, Cairo;
Peler Nell'. Cairo J William Wolf. Cairo1
C, M. Osterloh, It. L Hllllng-lev. S.. Louis;
E. lludcr. Cairo; J. V. Cleiuaon, Caledonia.
Cuas. o. Puller,
GENERAL HANKING IIUSINESS DONE. Ex
change sold and bought. Interest puldln tlm
Saving Department. CollertlonK inudu mid all
huslners promptly intended to,
JJSTEKPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
CUitrtvrcd llurch 81, 111(10.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on deposits March 1st anil Sep.
i em be r 1st, Interest not withdrawn la added lm
meii'ately ;() 'lu, principal of Hie depoalta, tburehy
giving thorn cuui pound Interest,
tV ClilMrcD (tnil marrlcil wonvn roity deposit
money and no one elm ran draw It.
WALTER HYSLOr, Tbeabcrw.
MORNING, JULY 30,. 1878.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Liverpool, July 20, 2:a0 p. M. Wlient
Firm Winter, Ds H(()3 10d; Spring,
H lOd &9 4,1; Citliforniu avuragu, 10
Id (310a 5.1; CttCrorniac'ul), 04lCilO.
Corn new, 22s 0i22s Od; old, 27s 3(1
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, July 29, 12:11 p. m. Whent
nominal No. 2 Chicago, 1 00; No. 2
Milwaukee, $1 !0; Red Winter, $1 0Ta
1 14; Amber, $1 091 15; Corn quiet
Steamer, 4; No. 3, 47; No. 2. 4i
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
Chicago, July 29, 12:00 a. m. Wheat
August, 0393; September, 80.
Corn July, 8y?0'; August, 3S38'B';
S'itember, 3a asked. Pork August,
if!) W&J 02; September, $0 77.
Chicago, July 29, 11:14 a. m. Wheat-
August, 93J4 asked; September, 8S,
Corn August, 5183SB'; Si pteinbe',
48J bid. Pork August, $9 572'0 00;
September, 9 72j&9 75.
Ciitcaoo, July 29, 10:00 a. m. Wheat
August, 02;1i; September, bj. Cora-
August, 5y; September, 3J,'37?a'.
Pork -August, 4)0 60 bid; September,
KELBCTIONS CPOX WHAT IS TRANSPIRING
REKOKE THE POTTER COMMITTEE.
Washington, July 27, ls7s. Thursday'
was the second day of Mr. Potter's com
mittee at Atlantic City and the last day of
the ?ub-cotninittei; at New Orleans. It
was the most miserable day since the emn
m; tee was organized. AtNewO.-'eans
Mujir Burke testified that in the time prc
culiig March 4, lbT7, lie was the authorized
age-, at Washington for Gov. Nichols, of
Louis ana. He gives in detail the bargain
ing lit had with Matthews, Foster, Sherman
and Lcunison, four Ohio fneiuls of Hayes,
and lhc endorsement of the bargaining
prior h March 4di by Hayes himself, by
wh ch Packard was to be abandoned and
two Democratic senators from Louisiana to
lie weired in consideration of llurko and
his friends using their influence to secure
the inauguration of Hayes.
Imp4ctantasthis is, in that it is indispu
ti.o'e proof of a corrupt bargain on the
part ot Hayes for the presidency, I con
sider tie deve'opments at Atlantic City of
greater moment. The Republican visiting
statesiien, including Sherman, Kelly and
Garlieni, used up Wednesday in swearing
to :heir pious and successful
efforts' to be virtuous in New Orleans.
On Thursday morning Sherman took
the stand again and repeated the same sick
ening story of virgin purity in his and his
associates conduct. But during his testi
mony there came out two of the most re
markable letters ever written. The first is
from Sherman to Hayes, the former being
at New Orleans and the latter at his home
in Ohio. They were written while the re
turning lmiml was counting the votes. Up
to that time Sherman had not written
Hayes, as nothing lie did not feel confident
to undertake had so far occurred. But
when the count had proceeded fur enough
and Democratic votes enough had been
thrown out, as was supposed, to elect the
Hayes electors, it was discovered that two of
these electors had been left off the ticket in
various patishes and run far behind the
rest of the ticket. Further throwing out,
altogether unprovided for, would be neces
sary if those two electors were to be
counted in. It was then that Sherman,
the coldest-blooded man living, the most
unscrupulous and the boldest of politicians,
became frightened and wrote to his principal.
The previous job, wicked as it was, had
been foreseeu and provided for. The ctilru
h' Jons had been made and tho work com
pleted. The letter of Sherman was written
immediately 011 discovering tho new dan
ger, ami is at once an argument to quiet his
own conscience and that of Hayes in the
perpetration of the new villiany, nnd a
whining suggestion that Hayes' approval is
needed before tho work is commenced.
That approval citn.c promptly and may bo
summarized as follows: "I appreciate: the
situation, and the work you have to do. On
11 fair vote I should have had 40 electoral
votes in the South. Go on with the job.
These aro thu letter of an uscrupulotis
but frightened rogue; nnd an unscrupulous,
ambitious and weak man. They are more
eloquent of fraud than all tho positivo testi
mony that could bo piled in tho space be
tween Louisiana and Ohio. '
We aro amazed to find Secretary Sher
man's counsel In New Orleans declining to
offer testimony us to intimidation, after all
tho correspondence that has been had on
tho subject and after tho suli-cninmitlce has
agreed to receive whatever testimony is of-fored.-INcw
BEACONSFIELD AND SALISBURY
THE GRECIAN QUESTION FULLY EXPLAIXED
THE MARQUIS OF LORNE TO SUCCEED
London, July 27. Tho conservative
members of thu house of lord and house
of commons gave a grand banquet and re
ception last night to Lords BeaconslleM
and Salisbury. Upward of 500 persons
were present. In replying to a toast. Lord
Beaconsflchl, in a long speech, defined the
course pursued by him at Berlin in regard
to t, recce. He sanI that the sultan de
sired to deal with Greece in a snirit
of friendliness am) conciliation. He de
nied that England had increased her re
sponsibility by the Anglo-TurkWi con
vention. He believed a foundation which
may open up a new continent of civilization
in Europe hud been laid. The reception
was a most generous welcome and ne that
greatly strengthens Lords Bcaconslleld and
Salisbury's efforts to serve their country.
Lord Milisiiury and tr Ptatlord orthcote
LUC KY LORNE.
The Marquis of Lome has been appoint
ed governor-gonurnl of Canada, to succeed
the Larl ot Dufferm.
The German police have demanded from
the canton of Basle, Switzerland, the sur
render of two men who are charged with
using insulting language tow.rds Emperor
William. The authorities of Basle have re
fused to comply with the demand.
KEARNEY AT BOSTON.
HE IS TRIUMPHANTLY GREETED
BY HIS PEERS.
HE MAKES A DESULTORY BALCONY SPEECH
MONOPOLISTS, NEWSPAPERS, ET AL., RE
VIEWED. Boston,' July 2H. Dennis Kearney ar
rived hero this morning by the Boston ami
Albany train. There was a large crowd at
the dejiot to greet him and the streets in
the immediate vicinity were packed. The
workingmen's procession was promptly on
hand to escort In 111 to the Sherman house;.
He appeared at tho window of the hotel
and spoke as follows:
rellow-workingmen of Boston: I am a
workingman. You will excuse me for not
being able to nddress you on this occasion.
However, I will have ample opportunity in
the near future. I bring you glad tidings
from California. We left the plains of Cali
fornia strewn with the festering carcasses of
public plunderers. We hope to see the
United States of America organized as we
aro 011 the Pacific Lic.. I ! not intend to
address a taction, class or party. Jly sim
ple mission is to address tho honest horny
handed sons of toll. I have proclaimed
from tho inception of this movement,
death to the machine politician, death
to the thieving capitalists and
death upon death to the murdering, plun
dering land-pirate. Now. my friends, I
hope you will excuse mu from taking uny
further action to-day, as you will have soon
an opportunity to" hear me in the air
meeting. I hope, however, to sec the
workingmen organize in this stute and
carry it at the next gubernatorial election.
We do not propose to discuss the issues of
nationality; we do not propose to take into
our organization any 'isms" wo mean to
organize, ourselves together as working
men to ameliorate our condition by the bal
iot, that we may become more powerful than
the sword of uionarchial legions. I wish to
state, however, that I have been misrep
resented by tho press. The Associated
press has taken pleasure in fixing up the
reports of my utterances in California.
They liave been fixed up in San Francisco
by unscrupulous minions of the thieving
capitalists and blood-suckers generally.
They have distorted my speeches ami I
have never had a fair show. I am not a
man who was made by the newspapers. I
am a man who was made hy God, and I de
test the corrupt monopoly fostering the
press of the United States. The working
men have come to look upon the star-spangled
banner as a flaunting lie as a lit
token ot a national protection to nurturing
monopolists, who are, day by day, grinding
the workingmen in the dust. We promise,
us I said before, to ameliorate the condition
of the laboring men; we promise to do iu
this section what the laboring men have
done in California that is, to meet the
capitalists in a square fight. Lalsir won,
and to-day labor is crowned. At the
close of Mr. Kearney's address and w hen the
cheers of tho audience hud subsided, has re
turned to his room and made arrangements
to meet the committees of workingmen at
the office of .Mr. Chamberlain, 750 Wash
ington street, at 11 a. m. to-day. Ue said
in regard to his future movement, that he
did not desire a reception from any but
workingmen. To a deputation from Lynn,
who waited upon him, he said he should
make arrangements to visit that city at an
early day and added : "You expect to elect
a governor this year, do you noti'' Tho
chairman replied, "we will try." Said Kear
ney, "make up your minds that you will and
that there is no such word as 'fail,' and you
can do it." After a few hours of intercourse
with new found friends, Kearney took his
departure for his mother's house iu Brigh
ton, WASHINGTON NOTES.
COHEN, THE RINGLEADER PAFKLV HOUSED IN
Washington, July 2H. -Arrangements
have been made to pay the interest on the
305-bonds of the District of Columbia, duo
on the 1st of August, of which thu secre
tary of the treasury will give due notice.
The treasurer of tho United States, w ho by
law is thu successor of the sinking fund
commissioner of thu district, will soon have
arrangement completed in accordance
with the act of tho late session of congret,
to provide a sinking fund out of which to
pay tho principal ot tho bonds.
Cohen, tho ring louder of tho strikers in
this city, was nrrested at a late hour last
night and ia held for trial to-morrow on a
charge of inciting riot. Tho authorities
I avo taken cverv ureenution il,.m,.,i
essary to prevent any serious disturbance!.
tm. - 11 . r 1
me ponce lorco uas occn armed with
Springfield rifles, in addition to their revol
vers, and marines, numbering 100 effective!
men, are held in readiness to assist tho po
lice in case of necessity. It has
been determined to
with tho mob iu case any further
tho laborers who are willin-r tn u-nrW fin.
prices offered. Kearney, who is announced
to speak here to-morrow night, will not bo
permitted to do so. Ia case of his arrival
ho will bo treated in tho same manner an hia
friend Cohen. Mai. Mori an. chief of iwilir-
stated to-night that he did not anticipate,
any further disturbance to-night or to-morrow,
but ho had taken precaution to arm.
tho police force with Springtlehl breech-
lo:u1ertt i.nil tu-ontv rntinila vt umiitiW;,...
" ,,.., ik .!.(. 111, a. iij l .
each man. Rifles and revolvers have been
oisinoutcd tlirougli the treasury depart
ment to arm einnlnven in pnun of
danger. The city is quiet to-night.
HORDED AND RAVISHED.
A BEAUTIFUL BRIDE CHLOROFORM
ED AND OUTRAGED.
New York, July 2S. Tlio New York
Times to-day gives an account of the seiz
ure, robbery and outraging ot a very
wealthy and respectable newly married
lady, a native and resident of Boston. She
had been on a visit to some friends in tho
interior of the state and started home via
the New York Central railroad, expecting:
to reach Albany, where her husband was ti
meet her. Towards evening she changed
cars at Rome and noticed that two men got
on the train with her, and seated themselves
near her, and, by their glances and gestures,
seemed to have her under discussion. They
were middle aged, neatly and soberly
dressed and had an air of entire respecta
bility. Very soon the conductor of the drawing
room car came through and she was oa the
point of paying him the extra price (she hud
secured a through ticket), wnen one of tlw
two men said quietly: "Do not take that
lady's fare ; she's in our charge and we will
pay for her." They informed the conductor
she was insane and they were taking herto
the insane asylum at Utica. Despite her
protestations and prayers that
she was not insane ami did not
know these men, tho conductor and
passengers allowed the villains to take the
lady oil" the train at Utica. Here she was
placed in a carriage, chloroformed and
taken to a house in the outskirts of the city
where she was outraged, roblied of her
jewelry, money and wearing apparel, licing
left almost nude. She hud been richly
dressed and had a good deal of jewelry 011
her person among other things a pair of
valuable, ear rings, containing Targe solitaro
diamonds. The husband has made, every
eriiirr, consistent with privacy, to discover
the villains who played the part of custo
dians of his wife, but all to no purpose
The prophet Zachariah, it seems, had his
eye upon tho Berlin congress when he wrote
the last verse of the eighth chapter: "In
those days it shall come to pass that ten
men shall take hold out of all languages of
the nations, even shall tako hold of thu
skirt of him that is a Jew, saying, 'We will
go with you: for wo have heard that God is
with you.' " Tho ten men out of all lan
guages who have taken hold of the English
premier's skirt arc German, English, Rus
sian, French, Italian, Turkish, Greek, Rou
manian, Serb and Magyar. Tho commen
tary of the Spectator on this application of
the text is caustic: "In all probability tho
lend at the congress has not by nny means
been Lord Beaeotisfield's, and still less the
motive for following Instead, so far us it
was followed, that belief in the divine guid
ance of Lord Beaconstleld which is hern
The amount of deinagoguery and ignu
runco represented in tho so-called "Nation
al" movement is simply enormous. Day
after day nnd week after week tho self-elected
of that movement, in the press and on tho
platform, cnuciate propositions so stupidly
false that if their hearers would but take
the least pains to inform themselves, they
would turn from paper and speaker in dis
For tho best, most reliable and most
satisfactory Dental Work, go to Dr. W. C.
Joce'yn, on Eighth street.
Smokers, if you wish a fluo "Key West
or "Imported" cigar, call at Korsmeycr'a
cigar store. It is the only place in tint city
almost daily in receipt of fresh goods.
NoTiCK. By order of the County Bonnl
of Alexander County, notice is hereby given
that all interest bearing warrants against
said county must be presented for
redemption on or before August 1st, 1878,
as they will ccaso to bear interest on and
after that date. A. J. Aldf.n,
Courthouse 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 tho quality of
his liquors, wines and cigars. He dis
penses none but the liest of theso articles.
Meals are also provided at tho house at all
hours. ' Tho public are invited to give him
Mrs. Lettio Coleman, who has her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues, takes
this method of informing her old friends
and patrons that she ia . at their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage. 8ha
hoi reduced prices to suit the timet.