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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 181)0.
NEW SERIES NO. 118.
I ton leading business housoa whoee advertise
ments nis.v be found tn Tns Huu.ktin
f . I'. Patter A i'ii., Commercial avenue anil Nine
teenth nrw I.
Yocom A Broderick, Wai. Aviv, cor Klhth.
New York Mom, C. O. I'aller V C . Cur Nlne
iqeuib ami CounnereU)
lr J. II. Man-an; officii, 140 fointui-rt il em,e.
Dr.fi W. UacuKlglub street.
III. W. C Joiclyn, Eighth n--r Ciinimrrcliu
l)f k W Wbillie k, iJti Commercial evenim
M. If N'i TO 0iii icveiW'ip stairs.
IDijuluule Life, of New ovk. corner T w-tli li and
C i Na'.l-iiiai. (itTiJ'l'H':'.
VILA Mil' i VI-
j'et'li SpruM. lorift T"lftU and Levee.
. 0. Purl. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
f KNKl.'AI, IKI IV'KI'.Y open : mi cloaca
Vl ::u pro.; Hcnday: e to f . m.
oney Oriior Dvparmeut open ai Si. in.; cioiei
i lp p. in. ,
Through KrticcH aTaiia via Illinois niral:!:W
Jtlrekaippt Centra) lUilroiifU '.lo.e at M p. m.
t'no and Foplai Jlluli Tjiouj'j fcnd Hi) Mali
c it)... a'. 1 p. lu , ,,,
War Mill via IMuuif Consul. i::r aud ln
i ,;i,iiu wii) M'.-'.ippl Cet.ua; linUrouJ. Uuse at
V. p. ui.
We SUllfcr Narrow iaj. Ra.h-oi'1 rlo.- i
-Jt. m. , ,,
CuirokMiJ Evarrrtil River It ritv iinia at 2:-W
t ui. diliv I'icept KriiliTi.
Vfcj ,t - S. II. TUit!':i-0i.
.'!rrn Dnuin. J, Ytwy.
;oun'w!ir--Vm. H. GliVrt.
ttorury VS'lllimm H.-nirii
ono nr ai.iukm"'
riftWariM. J. l!ovlrj. J
H-iconilW aid-David T. Uwjur, C. 11 Wonii-
"'il'fi! Wvd -W. P. Wii-iht. Hclx rt rlmltb.
r'oari Ward --I'barlr (i. I'atlff, Jam KynaJlun
K f:- Vrd-T W. Ua. Inlay, Krui.i n I'ntii
:.r.aa Jiii!o-l). J. lUk-?.
'tirrltC1i'ik-J. A. Itv
parity jnd?o 11- Yuron.
"r:aiy Clirk H-J- Hum in.
County Attorny-W. C. M 4l- J
canty Tiwanir Mli l'rni
rtirlj -John Uudcw.
County I'liiainix-'uniT. T W. ila'.i). l A.
lu. O.lili.. t-ao;iel llnl-'v
VFitlCAN M. r.-FoiuunrntJi mreni. keiwen
WalDut and Cedar !rM'tl rvlc- Xahhath 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. ra.; Saoday School 1 :J0 p. oi.
CHKIiTlAN-KIchtiHillli atrtM; moetiDR Sab
bath 10. VI p it.; pratbinj orxio!,a!ly.
CHURCH OK ItiK HGDBEMKU-lKBlaeAV!)
Foortwtitb .ire:!; hun'l.ir Muroini; pray;r
"0: a. m-i ettnirn; pry;r. 7 :i0 n. m.: Sundiiy
nhool:30 a. . Friday eTi-nlns pr;yr 7::x) p. m.
.7IB8T MISSIONARY" BAPTIST HrKCn.
i' Frr&cblBj at lO.Ki a ra , i p. tn.. and p. m.
habbath f:hoo) at T:au p m- H.-v T J. Mior-..
LCTIIKiJAN-Thirti'itiib tiri";:; frtrin wab
b.th 1:M a. tn.; Sunuay w tool i tn. rt
METHODIST-C'or. ElIt and Wala-jinn-eu;
Preaching HabSa'b U1:. a. m. and ' p.m.;
prayr meetlbf. Wedneaday TiO p n.; Sanday
School, S a. m. Rev. W'httlakcr, palor.
IJRESIlYTHKrAN -Kli.'hth atrwt: prfachlnf on
Habbaih at 11:00 a. to. hod 7:Vip. to.: prurcr
ifcoi-llliS Wrdocadaj at 7:30 p.m.; Xutidar School
a' 5 p.m. Hrr. B. V. Ov-ore, parlor.
lK'OXD FKF.E-WJLI. BAPTIST Fifvr th
O atri-ct, bftw-i-n Walnut and Cf lnr atrrrt., cr
tic'p habbaih al 4 a:id 7 : p m.
OT. JOSEriI'.S-(Romn Catholk) Cornr CroM
0 and Waln-it aWit: terwicvr Sa'i'iv.h 10::Ha.
m. ; Sunday Sibool at i p. m. ; V' "pi r. .1 p. m. ; trr-tn-
:a evury day at S p. tu.
ST. PATRICK S (Roman rathoHe) 'VircT Mmb
ttrM-t and Wihlnirton avruuir; .Krrlci'a Sab
rath 8 ud 10 a. m. ; Vi-pr II p. m. ; fonday School
1 p m.; iurvic every t!ay at S p. m. Hct. F. !abel,
XITOMAS'S CHRISTIAN TEMPEHANCK U
V ION, ho'd lt r.-suUr wcokly mcfilnc in
hi' hall of the Cairo Temperance Reform Cli.b, pv
ry Ihnrtlny af'.crnoon. at 3:tt n'clnrk. Erry
r.txly la inviti d to a'.tnd.
Dh.Wh. It. smith, J it. Du.Wm. It. Svim
orUCE: No 21 Thlrtct-nlh Strrd, l.Hrn
Vaablnglon Avcfuoand Wa'.LUt Street.
Q KOROK 11 LKAClf, M. I).,
I'hysK'ian and Surgeon.
' .pecial attention paid to Ihn nomeopalhle treat
iftit of e-nrskal dlaeaaca, and di.oaae of women
Dice: No. 10 Eighth atrnct, netr Conimeri Ul
arumo, Cairo, 111.
yr II. MARE.VN, M. 1)
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Off ca 1H Commercial avenue. Rxaldenee corner
jroiirtvttuth 8t. and Wauiiiton avenoe, Cairo.
R. K. W. WIIITLOCK,
Off if i No. 136 Corami'rclal Avenue, tietwecii
i Kightb and Mntb Strwu
R. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OFl'ICE Eliktb Htrcet, war Commercial Avenue.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOKLSALK AND RETAIL.
Tlie Largest ' Variety Stock
IX TIIK ClTTi-.
OOODiAoLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. FATHER & CO..
Cor. KlDoteeatb ttreet I
CotnmRKlai Avubm J
AV i ckliffKj Ken tuck y.
Recently voted the County Scat of Bal
lard County, at the Junction of the
Ohio and liiHwisniptii liivcrn, op
posite Cairo, Illinois,
Tlii" lu' iiinD li on a high and beautiful plateau of
ground, forty tout above the tinli'.'xt floods, Willi
springs of pure, r'tuningwatn. It In the Northern
terminus of the Now Orleans, Hi Loula it ('UIciri
nd Mobil kud Ohio KtilroivlH. On toe oppoito
nine of the rlvrr lu Jllluolx In tbo Urmlnoa uf ihn
IMinoit Crnirftl. Cairo A VtucftiB'. and Cmro A
Ht. I.oeln Itailruadn. Ou the Mlfouri wide in tb
Irrmmm ol tbo Iron Mountain St Hoatbern hnll
rokd. Loti ui tli ahfiv uimly laltl off town will Uff of
fered for tale on I ht; KiMiilnfH,
On Wednesday, Nov. 17, im.
TKKMm OF H4tKi--Oo Third Oh; buUiue in
4iue tnd two yearn, wltu r, per cinl. on di:fcrol
The f-rryWil will rirry biiynrnor rliiyHf dale.
, .h. JKSKfNH,
f . ' 8. 1 CAI.DWK1X.
MILL AND COHMISftJON.
( Vntuiiissioii llerclmnts,
Fl.ori!. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
UiirbfKt Cab Prke Paid for Wheat.
STOVES AN1 TIN WAKK.
AI L SORTS. SIZKS AXI) STYLES,
Miiiufi.cluirr oi iii.l Ih .uir in
TIN'. COPI'KR A SHEET-IRON WARE
AM. htlW OK JOB WORK DOKE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois',
y0CUM & BRODERICK,
' DcVktb in
W.'i.liington Avonuo, Cor.
e? a P
CAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE -V5 STATES.
. On and afur Monday. June 7th, and until further
notice the ferry boat will make tripe ae follow a:
Liarr, Liana turn
FoetFonrtb ft Mlaaourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'n.
8:(in a. m.
initio a. tn.
4:iW p. m.
a:TO a. m.
1. 'DO a. in.
S.! p. in
9 a. ra.
11 a. m
3 p. in
( W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
conrtaatl? on hann
At Seventy-five cents nor load.
Stave Trim m i nirw
Atone dollar per load.
The "tr!mml6re"ar toaraeabaTlnpa and make
the beat aummcr wood for cookinir iinrptinti aa well
a the chapet ever rolrl tu Cairo. For black
amltb'n uoe In Mttlug tlrre. they are no(UAlid.
Leave your order at Ike Tenth etrei-t Wood yuil .
hi vlrtnn of an eictation linnod oit of tho
cli tk'a rilSr.d of tho circuit court of Alexander
comity, and xtatc of Illlnola. acd to pin directed,
whereby I am commanded to runke tk amount of
a certaiaJuaKine.il t recuntlyobtiilnd aifnlmt .lamei
C. Kaukln, In favor of buutbwcatern lu-srauci
Cointianv. ont of tn landa, teiiehiento. vooda and
tbattka of the. falil JmneaC. liar. kin, I bav levied
on the rollowiriE d .criuea property, lowitiLou
nambere I twecly.five(i). twei.tn-nix CJi), tweut)
.evon y7) and twenty-fiubt IJh), In block numbered
four (I) la the third addition to the civ ol Cairn,
Illinois. Tberpfopp, accirdini to ld commotid
1 ehall ozpoHO lor aale at public auction, kII the
r1bt. tiile aud Inlcrcat of the ahove unnd Jumea
V. Kanklu tn and to tfce iibnve dmciibeil property,
at lao'cl"ck. a tu., on Monday uettih dav of De
cember. IKi, at the wenorly duor of toe court
Ikhim: In the city of Cairo.
Dated at Cairo, lUlnoli-, thtK f'th driy of NnTcm
bjr, 1-SW. JOHN IIODOKS.
fih'riff Alexander Coonty,
OTICK OF ADJUST JIF.NT.
tware or wiu.ua iti.m, oiuaaavo.
All pcr.oiibaflnucl'ilna;;aliiattlie ealaio of
Willi' m Helfe. dcct-aned, aro li'-reny n "11 Bod .lid
ieiuealed to attend and preset) rscb clnlui" to the
Cunty conrlof Aiviander ciitinty lIMnfiii. for the
pnrpoae of baviiiK the .aire adjn-ted al a term of
luld court, to be held al the court hound In tbo ctt
of Cairo In aaid Alexander county, on thn third
M.indav of January. A. D. lildl, bcinn th HtU day
Dated NoTemhe' llth. A. D. !W.
JAMEE8 U. EUCKNSR, Btecnlor.
r?OR SAL 8. A new Job office, complete In every
partlca a', and juet what la waut. for the ran
of job. pamphlet and olber work tu email town.
The material wa all carefully aelecled at I he foun
dry by a job printer oi 3 yearn experience, lypta,
horde, etc . are of the latoat etylee, and la' per
fect order. The prt.a ia rlghUi medium. For
iartlcalarr,addre "A," care of Bulletin offlM,
Cajko. Iix, tH:t. t, lo
Sealed propoeaU will he received lit thl ofiico,
directed to tne City Conucll of the city of Cairo,
niitil o'clock p. m of Taisday, November !th,
lti'A for fnrulnhlig the Diatcrlal and doln; the
work, or doing the work necoery foe
the conn fraction rnd rcconiitruction of
tu foiluwinr nice wall q, vie To be
conFtructed of wood: On the northerly aide of
Twelfth Mreei. from WaehinKton avenue to VYaJ
net alreel; on the t.ortherlv i-ldti of Fouitwolh
atreet, in friut tl loin No. V, M tui ! lu
bock No. 71 To b" rtontrected of wood: On
the westerly aide of Wahicgtou a.cnuefrora FiliJ
to blxih street.
To be con.tmcted of brick: On northerly aide of
Elfcblh .trim! from Cummer lal to Wellington av
enne; On both aide i.f hixth atmet from Leve.o
atreet to C'immercial aveone. To be rcronatrnct
edof ciadcru or vravel, lu lien of o'd wooden
wallu. on theenath aide of Thirty-fourth atreet
from Co nmarcrcl I avenue to a xltit 27&feteaet
from Sycsmoreatree.t; aa Jr"vldc1 by ordinance
No. W. apprnvixi Beptemher i7th, 1Sj which la on
file in tlila office and aub.'eit Ui ixamlnntlvn at auy
The rljtbt to reject &bt and all tiMa rerreJ by
the city. D J. FoLBY, City Clerk.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIMB TABLE OF FASNCNOBlt TRAfNS VBOH
TISCKNSEA (NOV. SO. 187tt.)
No. 3 Day Kxprnta IBxeept SanJay).... 1:10 p.m.
" o EpreiKxcpt rluuday) l:Wp, m.
4 NliihtExpre. (Dally) .......... .U:;a. m.
No. S Erpre (Except Sunday) 6. -05 a.m.
' 1 Day Kxpree (Except 8anday).. . x:50p. m.
" 3 Niuht Kxpruea (Dally) .. l:i a. m.
J. R. CiAiuc, C. 8. Cona, Jb.,
Agent Vincenne. Cien. Ticket Ag't Cincinnati
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
Ji. W. HMITHKHB, Ioeiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Thronnh Expreee leave Cairo 8:tia m
Tkrouh Exprni arrivue al E. ft. Loula.. s:Kip.m.
Through Exprea leiirea K. Ht. Louis.,.. :00,ru.
Through Eiprtws arrives atCaim HMO p.m.
Murphyeboroaceommodallouleavet Cairo l.'.V) p.m.
Mu'pbysboro Acc. arrlvee-at Murphyeboro T:fi0 p.m.
Mnrphysboao Acc. Iiwvea Murphvubon). .. 5:00 a.m.
Mnrphvabom Ac. arri-ea at Cairo ll:tfa m.
The Cairo 8t. Lonln Rail Road U the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and 8t. Loo under one
management, thorvfore th"re are no delays at
way station, awaiting connections from other lines.
Close and snre connections at 8t. Loul with other
line for North. East and West
J . A. NAl'OLE. - L. M. JOHNSON.
Agent Geieral Manager.
.INOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only JLinc Hunninp;
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
TiiAtN Laavit OAmn:
H: 15 a in. Mull.
ArrhHsg In St. tnis 9 4i a in.: Chli-Kjo. :i p.m.;
Connvcii.'ig at iMinand Ktllnghani for Clnciit
Datl, UuWyIIIv, Indlauspolis and pulute Kasl.
1 1 :l(l a. in. HI. I.imiIn tintt Wnt(rii
arrivlni;ln St. Louis T.-OO p. m.. and coimetiing
fur all points Wci.
-4:?;0 l,Tlt. l''ll1 t'.'.Atll't'KW.
K.irSt Uiuls mid Chica;fn. arriving al St. l.n;ii
1ii:pi p.m., and Chlcayu . :! a.m
I :'iO i in. CHuHiiiinll I")irch.
Arrivinj nl Clnrlr.iiill 7:10 .n.; Untieviile T:
a.m.; Indianapolis 4 Co a.m. I'aavvnvr bv
tht tnin reav..'i ih abovu point J U lo tJO
Hut 118 In advatitc ol any othvr rouic.
r-mmlfli p. tn, expr.e ha. PULLMAN
M.KKI'INOi'AK Cairo to Ciliclttiatl. Tilibout
i liunge. mil Uitrtkli akt-pereto Pi. i.nula and
Fawt 1'imo I;:u8t.
TCCiiTKVii'j ltu,! KOibrwxh 1 East.
A 4liVH.IIJ,tIi1 ni points without ny rt.,ly
Mitsed by Hunduy tiibweiilnir. Tlie 8atunksv afior
noon tmln from Calm arrives lo tww York Monday
martilagn; I0:SJ. Thlrly six bonmln advance of
anv other route.
I t7Fwr throucrti tlclo'' tnfl further loforitiailori,
aiitilv al Illlnni4 central llallrond Lvpot.Calro.
J An. JOHN80M, JU. .lOf.s,
Iran. Hor.them Antit. Tlftet Agent
A. a UAJSStOt, (w. fw, Arn. Cbleu.
Wo lire ia rectipt of tho bienlul import
of thesecretnr of state to tho governor of
IlliDoie. It U very oUborsto review of all
the transaction of tho secretary's office,
LeinR a volume ot ninety-seven paj;, and
ctmtainin in detail an exhaustive state
mer.t8 of all the work performed by the
secretary. Tho report covers the two years
yearn ending September 30, 1830, and cm
braces many subjects of iaterent to the
public. From it we see that, during the
two yean past, tho governor ha.4 pardoned
about ono hundred criminals and he pro
bably pardoned no less tliati a hundred
(luring tho two yeais preceediuf making
in all two hundred criminals, which ho has
let loose upon the community during his
term of office. Ou account of this there ia
uo serioos Occasion for alarm, but it ex
hibits the fact that the pardoning power
has been used against tho highest interests
C001)' COMPANY, NUMBER FOURTEEN.
Good Company, Number Fourteen, has
the second installment of Ross and the
Doctor, the serial story by Ellen W. Olney.
Orgaoizition in Charity is a timely article
by Mr. D. O. Kullogg. of Philadelphia,
where the associated charity reform was
first put into practical operation in this
country a few years since. There is a
readable account of the origin and work
iuis of the interior department, which
includes a larger part of the practical
details of tha general govenment than
rany aro aware of doubtless. My
lloa-e nnd my Handmaiden gives some ex
periences in Germany. Pennyroyal Church
and An Exceptionable Case aro two of the
stotir.9. The remaining material includes
An Epif-ode of the Modorn Egypt, Bo jrding
'Round A D ty in the Ruins of Carthage,
What She Lost at the Foitune-tcller's, The
Bouquinie.te, Culfs Head en Tortue, an ac
count of the Horace Mann School for the
Doaf iu Boston where the deaf and dumb
KretiUxhtto speak; besides contributions
trom Mrs. Lizzie W. Champoey and Miss
Dora Read Ooodale.
LIST OF I.RTTRR8 EEMAINIKO UNCALLED
FOB IN TUF. POSTOFFICB AT CAIRO, ILL.,
FRIDAY NOYEUQKR 12, I860.
Buracs, Caroline; Drown, Martha L; Car-
rail, Lizzie; Clark, Mrs. J. M; Carney,
Josephino; Connors, Julia; Clay, Melicda;
Downey, Mrs. II. 8; Fox, Flora; Ferguson,
Mrs. R. O; Uogan, Adelene; Uoworton,
Margaret; Heilburu, Mrs. George; Juckson,
Barbara; Johnson Maggie; Johnson, Matlio
E; Jones Margaret;Johnson,Lena; Kcnnen,
Eliza; Leonard, Mary; Morris, Mollie;
Moore, Mia. V,T; Murphy, Mrs. Nellie;
Preston, Miss Msy; Preston, Mary Ann;
Perry, Mrs.S. A; riullips, Mrs, Dicy; San
ford, Maggie; Smith, Martha; Turner,
Mattic; Woods, Emma; Washington,
Emma; Wilson, Mary; Woods, Mary;
White, Lula; Wagnear, Christina; Watson,
Nellie; Winston, Ada.
Cotila, Win ; Carter, John H; Costa, J. B;
Clark, J; Crompton, Isaac; Denarcn, S. E;
Dolun, Joseph; Dicks, Henry; Dalton, E.
P; Duncan, C. F; Elliott, Henry O; Fitch,
II. A; Fcrrcn, Chas; Hall, Win; Uogan,
Thos-.Hensley, Peter; Hunter, O.W; Hil
burn, 0. A; Irvin, John N; Johnson, M. J;
Juckson. J. II; King, Thos; Keig, Win;
Killheffer, A. C; Long, Samuel; Lightfoot,
Mr; Morrell, W. G ; McAuliff, John ; McCol
lum, H. B; O'Brien, John; Posey, M; Park
er, Milby; Phairo, Edward; Reynolds Thos;
Reynolds, H. T; Richardson, Elmer;Shouse,
VV. II; Sommer, T. II; Sullivan, Louis;
Seithorn, Jack; Smith, J. M; Stedman,
Harry ; Schroder, Henry; Sullivan, Frank;
Stalcy, G. S; Tillman, Mark; Tobio, Win;
Uhl, Will; Waldrun, John; Wayncr, Wm;
. Persous calliug for any of the above
named letters, will please say advertised.
Oico. W. McKkaio, postmastor.
MW Floyd has removed to Walnut
btreet iM'twven Twelfth and Thirteenth
streots. Pupils received in tho day-school
or instruction given in special studies. Such
pei wins us are employed during the day and
desire lessons in Latin, Book-keeping and
Mnthcuiatic. will be taught at night by
Prot. Floyd, who is assisting Madame
OVER THE HILLR TO THE BONE
YARD. .Straight to the honoyard people go who
neglect tix long the danger sigtihl of ap.
prtmrhmg conmiiuption, a hacking coughj
But with Dr. Tliotunw' Kclectric Oil for a
natVguiird the peril is averted. It Is a
superlatively line remedy also lor rhcuma
liHui, piles, sotenecs, hurts, etc. Sold by
Paul 0. Hcnvii, Agent.
Women that have bom budriddeo for
yrnrit have bwa entirely curwl of female
wi ukm m by tho of LydlaK. Piukham's
Vegetable Conipnuud. Send tn Mrs. Lvdia
K. Pinkham, i'M Western avuBU'.', Lynn,
Mum., ftr pamphUits.
A.IE8T. . :
A witty man ".an niako a jest, a wise man
i.:sn Uku one. It does n t take either to
find out the virtu s of Spring Blossom in
curing disorders arising fmni Imparities of
the blood, Constipation, Indigestion, etc.
Pi-wed : (lOoenu, trial notucs 10 cents. .
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
' LBlCAUO MAUKK1,
Chicago, November 13, 10 a. u
Ilirk November and January, flS $r.
Corn November, 41sc; December,
Wheiit-November, $1 04'; lHreuiber,
Chicago, November 13, 12:00 ti,
Pork -November, I!J 33 Deremlx r,
13 33(12 Tii January, 70.
Oats December, ::0,:.
('orn December, 4t42c.
Wheat -November. $1 01; Deeeuiber,
$1 03 ti.
CntCACeo, November 13, 1 p. m -
Pork Novemler,tl2 15.
Lard November, $8 07.
Wheat November, 04; December,
Corn Novemb-r. 4l5e; Deeembrr,
Oats November, iiO'c; D-ifiubcr,
NkW YORK OK.VI.N
New Yoiik, November. 12. 18:01,f.n.
Wheol quiet No. 2 Chirao,
$1 t'8('4l 20; No. 2, Milwaukee $1 21
red winter, $1 17(3)1 23: No 2 red
winter, f 1 VJ.
Cora easy No, 2, (MJc.
Livkrpool, Novcmlxr 12, 2:00 m.
Whcat firm winter, OsSdiaO. Sd.
Coin new, dull, 5s 9d.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
FOUR DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSMEN
Little Rock, Nov. 11. Returns of the.
presidential and congressional elections
come in slowly. Enough is known to give
assuranco of the election of four democratic
congressmen. In the First district Dunn
leads Johnson 5,C0O votes, with Desha and
Mississippi counties to hear from, which
will not niter the result. In the Second
district Jones is elected by 2,124 plurality
over Williams, who leads Garland, green
backer, 1,000 votes. In the Third district
Cravcn3 i3 re-elected over Boles, republi
can, by 3,000 majority. In tho Fourth dis
trict Gutter is re-elected by a plurality over
Peel, democrat, of about 1,500; Murphy,
republican, being 1,000 behind Peel.
GEN. HANCOCK: DENIES THE LET
Nkw York, Nov. 11. In an interview
w ith Gen. Hancock at Governor's island the
general denied that Uic letter purporting to
have been w ritten by him to an army of
ficer at Washington touching the New-
York vote was written by him, nnd snid he
was one of the few persons who could not
discuss tho presidential election at present
without indelicacy. Ho also said if there
was a letter in existence purporting to be
of that tenor it should be produced.
THE NEW YORK INVESTIGATION.
Niw York, Nov. 11. The investigation
into republican election frauds seems to be
dragging. Tho democrats seem divided aa
to tho policy of trying to doanyt'hingabout
it. The Tilden wing especially appear to
bo throwing cold water upon the work.
Mr. Manning, secretary of the state com
mittee, and ono of Mr. Tilden's warm
friends and counselors, said to-day that
Fowlei's address to democrats askinsr them
to report frauds was not authorized. Ud
added that the party could not atford to
undertake the same tactics that they had
complained against as having been prac
ticed by the republicans iu 1870.
The Irving hall people, who arc making
a show of investigation, seem to be direct
ing eiTort8 mainly toward proving that
Tammany knifed Gen. Hancock on election
day, and In this it must iu truth be said
they are making headway. They have est
ulished that in tho First assembly district
of this city tickets containing the names
of republican electors were given to un
sophisticated voters out of the Tammany
booths. Several men who obtained them
there have given testimony to that e fleet.
The Irving hall folks say that fully 700 of
these tickets were voted in that district.
The same report comes from other districts,
and Irving hall is making a groat noise
In Brooklyn, too, fresh testimony is in
duced to provo that McLaughlin sold out
Hancock to get votes for his county and
city candidates. These facta are opening
tho eyes of rcspcctablo democrats to tho
fact that it was not to much republican
fraud as treachery in their own party, that
lost them the state of New York and the
Pit icpahe vourself for the severe and aud.
dim ehansea of climate of winter and
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The adulteration of milk by standi
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to the suspected milk; boil the milk,
and filter the whey. If the milk con
tains the hlihiesi tiHe.fi of HtarX'b a
single drop of the iodino solution
will give a blue tint to thu whey.
A uew pi'oce for the uinunl'icfuie
of armor plates, recently invented in .
England, intio limes U1 into their
eoustnietion, whereas lonnerly they
were nmde wholly of iron. It is
claimed that the steel greatly increase
the resWtive power of the piittes. The
war ships of the prenent day are like
ly to be clad with this new kind of
llerr Lcwisohii ol Siultgml hrw in
vented a fcuiisfitctoiy method of taking
photographs on leather. A routing '
of copal varnish U lirst applied to the
leather and allovvod lo dry well. A.
second coating cunsintlng of ulbuinea
aud whita lead is then uiklel, and
when this is dry, the faMif the. lesth
er is given the ili'sired heu4tive sur
face by being introduced into the sil
A cheap artificial lenther i pro
duced by a (ieriuan inventor who uses
for tho purpoix1 a strou ; binding, wa
terproof, flexible glue, iu a volatile
solution, which he impregnates by
heavy pressure, with flock of cotton,
oakum, finely ripped rags, scraped
loathcr, etc. He so pim and weave
the fibre tbii" formed, or piviisea it in
iron, that he cuu make li'oin it water
proof cloth, etrapK, slioe )los and
heels, book coverings and like articles.
A aiiiiple and ititeieiing experi
ment iu inanctiMU ha beeu intro
duced by Professor Thompson. A .
thin pht of hardened steel is written
upon wiih a magnetized inm style,
aud the path traversed by the style iv
thus limguelbw'd. In order lo read
what hud Urn written, irvu filinizsare
t prin' led ou the plate, and 'the plate
is theu placed iu it vertical position,'
when, of course, all the filing fall oil
except those which happen to tail oh
tho pail of the plate magnetized by
Uie sly li, leaving the willing in re
lief. A military small-arm manufacturer
at Wurzburg haa invented n simple
apparatus w hkh will enable any or
diuary breech-loading rifle or gnu
withienir.il ignition to lx: iise.l u a
saloon rifle, thus allowing men to be
exercised til taiget practice in the drill
shed, or even tn Hieir ruuiiu.. The in
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of tho aanie length r.s the lurml of the
rifle with wlncli it is to bo used, but
of very small caliber. This 'tube U
fitted with brass rings about an inch,
wide, which enable it to bo pushed,
into and pulled out of the barrel of a
ritlo without in any way injuring the
interior of Uie piece. The cartridge
used is of steel,and is so designed that
none of the gns gone rated by the ei.
plosiou of the small charge of deton
ating mi balance ucd to propel the bul
let cau escape lo injure the bore of tho
Sponge uuderelothing is n recont
. novelty invented and patented in Ber
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cleansed more easily than woolcu
goods, nnd being more flexible, dot
not chafe the skin so much. It is a
bad conductor and louds to keep the
surfhce leiuiH'iature uniform. One
who wears this underclothing is not
likely lo lake cold, for it ubsorbs tho
perspiration without checking it.
After the mineral and vegetable im
purities iu tho sponges havo been suf
ficiently beaten by a heavy liainiucr
to admit of being readily washed out,
tho sponges are dried, and pared with,
a sharp knife. These pariugsaro then
ewed together. The labrio is pre
parod without any uso of poisonoiw
Uyes which, as incorporated in cloth,
underclothing, sometime prove my
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A new style of barrel ia the latest
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bio of transformation after the pro
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having escclally adapted fastening,
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fiat for return transportation, or roll
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The sides of tho barrel are straight,
and the heads are held In place by
lugs, alternating when tho barrel la
set up on opposite sides of the head.
Tho heads are thus of less diameter
than the inside of the barrel, so that
the latlor, when returned, may b
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the barrel idc? packed closely to
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