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1M AX t.'TAt. AdKST.
C. WINSTON fc CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
74 (jicokd n.oon) oino levee,
flCY AND Sr.I.I. llEAI. ESTATE,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF T1TI.K
Al pr pre Cntivevaiicea of Kinds.
CKNTRAL MEAT .MAHKI2T.
KOEIILER & MOTHER
IMlTf.tlt .WUT .M.iHKKT,
Hrltrcrii Xliilli Trnlli Nlrrrfi,
tii.l mil li-ep oonstsntly on lund Ine he.t mmi
slsiifhterr.1 in tlic Cain inirket. The j 1c1y com.
petition. OltelhcniA trial. rfl21lf
niitclier mid Dealer In nil liltitl I'rcsli
Coimi NismtsTii am I'on tu ti it.
Ctta , ILLI.S'OH.
BUYS Mil lvij;hler only (lie very, hcit cattle,
hofimi.l sheep, snd l prcpirnl to fill ny
flrmvit for frcah moil, from one oitnl to ten
Ihnuaand pound. .lo'gotf
BT7TCH ZEj IR,
iv Dr.Aira it
Kioiitii Stueet. Hetween Washington
and comm ehcia l a vk.vuk.,
Adjoining Itlllrnlioiiop .V Mniilij'N.
Ksui hs beat 'of Ilfpf, I'ork, Million, Veat,
Lamb, guK, etc., Mil. fur prepared to serve
odlr-na In the mnl acceptable ma' nor nc3ot
MRS. ANNA LANG,
EIOIITII-ST., IIET. WASHINGTON AND COM'
Is now i feel ting a br.tntlful orlinent of
Fall Millinery Goods,
lnUudinR Hats and Shapes of the latest style
Itlhhcrs, Flowers nml 1'onlliors.
Mr. I.aog 'vill also show customers ttir Urges
To br found In the city.
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THE DOI.LAlt WEEKLY IIUI.LETIN.
John II. oberly A Co. nave reduced the nib.
scrlption price of tlio Weekly Cairo liulleti lo
On IiMar per tinnim, making U the chapet pa
per pnUlihrti )n t-outhern llllnoln.
DEMOCIt.VTIO COl'XTV TICKKT.
Vor Treasurer und Colleetor,
WILLIAM MARTI X.
Loxpo.v proposes a national memorial
Hf.nj.(J. l'Aiii)OCK,whohas preached
in the Methodist Episcopal church ior
Mxty-three year?, died in Mctuchcn,
N, J., on Saturday last.
Mns. Vi'ooimtM.i, wan posted to lec
turu in umcago n farweii Hull on
Sunday night. Where wan Demos
thenes that bo didn't give her a hint of
what was going to happen ?
" itADICAI. AUTIIOItlTV , havSUIl CX
change, ' makes the anuual expend
tures of the government, for civil ?er
vice alone, under Mr. Grant, thirty
thrte millimt more than the entire ex
peuditure under lJuehanau, whose ud
liiinisiniuuji was ny iar tnu most ex
travagunt and expensive of any demo
' cratic ndministration during twenty
four yearn, beginning with .lackson
O.N His Way East, Gen. Grant vis
ited Pittsburg. Extensive preparations
hud been made to entertain him. On
his reception, the whole big crowd put
their bauds behind their ears to hear
what lie had to my, and here it is :
Hon. Judok McUasijuehh: Through
you I return my hearty thunks to tho citi
zen, of l'iitburg and Allegheny for tho
verycordUWultoHio I huvo reclvcd-a
wee m.i which 1 mure highly uppreciato
because it U fro,,, V.umu regard
lo party. !, (JouU , lm1r '0rv
nvslt wh lo re.,u ,,inK lr, our J
hope the time will M.on coino when the
consumption of our country win b() lne
up moro cxclusivdly of our own liruluo
l.v AxoTiint Column will bo found
mo buu3tanco ot an interview ue'.weeu
Charles Sumner (as related by himself)
and Edwin M. Stanton at the death bed
of the latter. Tho avowal of the dying
recretary of war will not etriko any one
with surprise. There are few men now
in either of tho political parties who
believe Geti. Grant capable of adminis.
tering tho affairs of tho government
with credit to liinwiolf or Louor to tho
totiiilrr. Hi' I"1 '0i'.1? s'nco uccn ('
crleil bytlio beat men r.f bis own party,
ntxl bi cupporlcrs nownre ol that clns,
always large cnoufsb.wb ) would worcbip
the devil if lie were elcc'c.l to a position
of power niul influence-
Titr. HrnMN" w Ohicauo, the dcs
olatimi it ha caused, and the sight we
imagine it mut now jire?ent to behold
en, t'nrribly recall? the quaint and im
jinivi dweriptiou in H.ixtei-'n ''f.ifo"
uf tin- preat fire in London. Though
wiilti'ti two hundred year? ago, it i?,
im doubt, a graphic picture of tbo con
llagratinn in Chicago and its woful re
"It wn n fight which might have given
nnv man a nvciy eno oi vnnuy m im
worlJ, mm all tlio wealth nnd glory ot it,
nnJ of the future conflagration of it to
ee the thiinet mount up toward heaven,
nml procenl to furiottOv without restraint.
To foe thn treet fllloirwitli people asloii-
Ithed, ttmt lind tcarco ecno left them to
Iniiiuiii tliclr own calamity: To fee the
fiehU liM.il with Jiojips or go.li ; and smnp
tuouchiiiltlingt, curious r'oomi, costly furn
iture, and household stuff, yea, warehouse)
nml furnished hopi and libraries, all on a
flume, and none durst como near to re
ceive anything : To fee tho air a) far us
could he beheld, so filled with the smoke,
that tlio sun shown through It with n color
like blood; yea, even when it was setting
in tho west, it so appeared to them that
dwelt on the west side of the city, lint
the dolcfullot sight of nil wa afterwards,
to ee what a runiou. confined place the
cilv wa). hv chimnics nnd steeples only
standing in tho midst of cellars nnd heaps
oi rubbish, to Hint it was nam to Know
whero tho street) had been, and dnngcrou),
of a long time, to pas) through the ruins,
hecniiic of vaults, iind flro in thorn. No
mini that teeth not such a thine can have
a right apprehension of tlio drcadfulncM
Tm: J'tAironsi adopted by tho New
York democracy, in their convention at
Rochester, last week, receives unstinted
praise from all quarters. Tho Now
York ,S'tm (radical) endorscsj it in tbo
following unmistakable terms :
The platform ndopod unanimously at
l'ochwter, after free and full discusion, U
in marked contrast with that framed nnd
carried through under custom houso dicta
tion at Syracuse. It frankly accept!", at
tho natural sequences of tho war, negro
emancipation, negro citizenship, and ne
gro auUrngc. It doc not conllno it) de
nunciations of fraud unci venality to its op
ponents, but declare) I lint it view) with in
dignation the corruption nnd extrava
gance wiilclt have prevailed in till) city,
and demand) tho punishment of nil par
ticipant) therein upon whom guilt can bo
fixed. It call for n thorough reform of
tho citv charter bv tho next lcirislature.
and specifics tho main abuse) which need
to bo remedied. It recommends tho adop
tion of tho proposed amendments to the
state constitution for preserving tho purity
of the ballot-box, and for punishinc
bribery. These arc tho main points in tho
platlorm relative to tlio pending crisis in
itll'iiir) of our city nnd ttato. The resolu
tion? are explicit and practical, and evi
dently mean bu?ims.
Of the ticket put in nomination the
came paper cays :
It is fur stronger than that presented by
tho I!eiublicun, nnd, we presume, will be
elected. It will ho voted for by a large
body ot high-minded J'cpublic'an), who
will through the medium of tlio ballot
loxo vent their indignation at tho pro
ceedings' of n Convention which was
packed with l ederal oliice-holdcrs, which
urove out ol its null the regular delegation
irom urn city, wntcii win dominated bv
the pwd of mi arbitrary Chairman, which
was overawed by a nib-ervient pence, nnd
whoso uniloritv was determined bv ihlmh-
bers who bad been seduced from honor
und duty by promise) of rntroiiMgo nnd tho
ASIC IN THE STOCK MAIIKET INTENSE
EXCITEMENT IN THE STOCK EXCHANGE
EFFECT OF THE NEWS OF THE C1IICA
OOCONFI.AOUATION. (ipocial Telegram to tho Ciclnnatl Commercial)
New Yokk, October 'A This has been
Held day in Wtdl street, nnd in nolnt of
high-nri-siiiro excitement wo cun recall
nothing to which there ha) been tho slitrh-
test approach, with the one exception of
mo September " llluek lridav, "in 18Cy.
ami us compared with that it U bv no
mean certuin Hint In it various ramiUcu-
tlons tho Chicago llro uf to-dav will more
than equal Unit loiig-lo-bo remembered
lho l.uropeim llniiiieinl outlook hut for
soino limu given food lor grave reflection
as to lu cuccik on hid iloinestic markets.
Our luit Hank .Statement dUelosed thn
hturtling fuel thut our city institutions are
illy prepared to meet any further reiiuire-
xmiiiin luiiiuuv loiieniiig upon
their ri'icrvei', ami without nnv extraneous
cause entering into the calculation, their
position i not one caYulatcd to insplro
confldeiicc. TJie diia.troui calamity which
lias now iH'rallen Chicago is calculated to
lead the mmds of our economists and
unuueters mto the gruw.t upprehenloi,
-i'-Y.H".' i"" i uiiilea tlio condition
oi ii uisirutl in our uiutitcip.il concerns.
I ho Stock Kxchango lias witnessed
scene oi oxcitemcnt and activity which
would haedonc lu.ii,.,. i,. ,1,,. !.,, i...,
day) ol tli,j in.titutio,, l)cforQ tho last ren-
ovaiion wiis eouipletcl. A cusual looker
on miring the tlino when tho excitement
WUs lit ill hiL'lll'il U'iml,) 1, I, I,,,., I
llim.elf in the mid.t of lilt nri'lit rnimiiificil
of duniisons of tlio roalnn of Sntan, for the
uui n iremenuou, tlio voice manaiele
ine lelure those of desimlr. tho luces ui
turned in thu sea of heads distorted bv the
most lrlghtful grimaces, and nothing cxtor
nal savored of earthly things except thu
Jaunty dre-s which denotes tho true dock
broker, hverybody tcu.ned jiofscsscd ol
thesamo idea "to sell his holdings at what
over prico they would fetch. .So quickly
uoc a panic, like a mob, increase in vio-
lenej as it moves on over tho troubled wa
ten of speculation.
Tlio AVeUcirn ronds worn tho first In fi,l
the cll'eets of a panic, but as quickly us tho
Humes oi mo unicngo lira siiread irom
ilOUSO to liouso.so tnreud tho rucklesa do
siro to sell out Irom stock to stock until
tho Long Kooni became a holocaust fur
tho entire list. JJown, down tho tiric
nutieu, as cacti telegram received was of
a moro disastrous nuturo thun its ir,..
.i t. i . . . .
uciussori. iown, uowii. not eiopp nir at
mictions, but each liuctuatlon embracing
an integer until tho dav rioted, gloomy
ami weak on a market which had started
on with u far amount of confidence: oiion
anaiio dersduspondQiitiind sad.
order win i """K 0"10 "o" o
Ml Milt vary lutnr .lr.ll
, mjiiu son oi
succew wl ri niacin,. Vi7. "',"'
firmer footlnj iVrteL"
uey tendency. Hut thu morrow Is , ,?x
I v looked forward to, und It 1 ri,. . i ,
the decline of two to deve. i , Zji 1 1 ml
will drag down many l.oii"e! tU"' to-J"-v
A Louisvlllaln tried to hang hliimtir
but beforo qulto accomplishing thu ,eCi
repented and bawled lustjly for help,
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1871.
TIIK FIJtKOK SATUItDAV IOUT.
THE FIIIK FIEND A TEnnlULT UESTnUCT-
ivk conflaoiiatIon i.a?t nihit
TWKNTy ACIlEt OF HUII.DINfJ IN THE
WEST DIVI.HO.V IN IIUIN?.
fFrom Ihc ChicngoTr.biiDC.of Htinday mcnring.
I ho sounding of lho lire alarm from
Box Xo. 218, at about tl o'clock last night,
was the soltnn prelude lo ono of tho most
disaster jus and imploring conlhigrntions
that has ever visited n city which bus al
ready enrolled In her nnnals numbers of
such visitatlans, many of thcni so terrible
thnttney can servo a) era) In her history
for days past nlarm has followed nlariii,
but tin comparatively trillinc losao havo
familiarized ti) to the pealing of tho
cotirl-houc boll, and wo had forgotten
that the ubsenco of rain for thrco weeks
had left everything in so dry nnd inflama
ble a condition that a spark might start n
tiro that would sweep from end to end of
Only a few minutes elapsed after tlio
striking of tho alarm before tbo flumes
wero seen sweeping to tne suy, nnu mo
lurid light that illuminated the horizon
grew more nnd more powerful, casting it)
brilllntit rnys in every direction bringing
out In bold relief tho tront) of tho build
ings which faced it from nil quarter). The
wind seemed to rlsoas tho flames did. set
from the sonth west, carrying with it in it)
onward ru)h stream) of sparks, cinders
and partially burned pieces of wood,
which covered the sky with dazzling pan-
gle., swooping north ward llko n flight of
thousand) of meteor;, but lulling lu n urcy
showor of rain, over thnt broad iron em
braced between tno river, &oum urancn,
West street, and J nekton street, tho light
er one) going far over tho North Division,
whilo tho heavier nnd moro dnngerou)
one) fell before they reached that point.
They dropped with great forco upon tho
ground, to tho occasional danger of foot
pajenger?, nnd the scaring of horses, and
showered upon tho roofs of building.', In
spiring constant fears that other conflagra
tions would break out, nnd that n terrible
broad area would bo covered bv theflnmcj.
nnd put it out of tho power of engines lo
La to as it was, tho splendor of the flames
nnd tho wonderful brilliancy of tho skv
wero such as to attract enormous crowds
from overy quarter. Tho densely popula
ted "West Division lving near lho fire
would have, of Itself, been sufficient to
chokoup thosurronuding streets with n
denso nnd impassable crowd, hut, as the
flra showed no signs of nbnting,thcy came
from greater and greater distances, forc
ing their wav down Clinton street, in tho
center of which, near Adain', wero hnlt a
aozen isolated street car), utterly unable,
for somctimo to come, to get hack to their
stables ; and getting over or nround the
obstructions madu by policemen or engines,
mado their way down to Jackson, near
which the flro began, and stopped thcro,
carclng nothing for tlio smoldering ruin)
which lav beyond that point. Thov crowd
ed Qutncy. Adam) nnd Jackson streets on
tho one side of the river, whilo others far
more nnxious, nnd fearful that the blazo
inighht at any moment leap across tho
South Brunch, and sweep toward tho filled
streets leading to nnd on tho cast side of
tho bcuth Branch.
At llrst thoconcourso was nil from tho
West Side, but us time passed on they Lo
gan to como from across tho water, und as
the blazing viaduct and tho police mado
iVdams-itrcct Brlduo imnasable. thov
swept In n solid mass ucrots Madison street,
meeting, n they crossed, tho returning
stream of those who had satisfied their
curiosity, or who felt it inadvisable to
stay there after l'J o'clock. Tho bridge
and tho approach on Madison street wero
covered with men and women, nlono and
together, who found there n fuvorablo
point for watching tlio flames,' while they
wero generally out of the reach of tlio
falling cinders. Tlio viaduct at Adams
street, with its blazing woodwork, Hood
out in bold relief, and boyound anil under
neath it nothing but a wild whirlwind of
flames, obscured for n moment by bursts
of smoke, but reappearing tho next with
added brilliancy. The fire, burning
closo down to the river, and impelled east
ward by the wind, seemed to ono looking
trotn the bridge to have almost reached
ncros) tho water, and to have partially con
sumed that, as well as the more combusti
ble material on which it was really fee
ding. Above tho sound of tho conflagra
tion occasionally rose the scream of tho
engines, or tho 'thunder of falling beams
ami tumbling houses. The sharp smell of
smoke uiicu tnu air with its oppressive
On tho west side of Clinton street, from
Jackson to, Adams, wero relics of the
household gods of the people who had
been living on the east side of tho street,
sometimes piled on drays or wagon), but
generally piled upon the sidewalk, after
the adjoining houses had proved too small
to contain ttiotn; their trnyed and dilapi
dated condition testified to the baste with
which they been carried away. On,
around, and among them their unfortunate
poises-ors, who had been awakened from
a sound sleep In which they were refresh
ing themselves for thu religious services of
the morrow, and who, Instead ol getting
up to dress for church, found theinelvus
to snatch what they could and flv for their
live-. 1 hose who wero near .lackson
street could look eastward across u welter
ing sea of lire, through' which black and
desolate, run .lack sou street likesouiu road
cut through Hid infiirnal regions. From
tlio wrecks of burning buildingi, from rapi
dly consuming lumber title), and moru
slowly but moro steadily burning coal
heaps, iro-o thousands of jets of flame,
winning with them pillars of smoke,
through which loomed up the taller buil-
uings iiiong mo river, or Hie slender masts
and blazing rigging of some vessel in the
river. So grand and so novel was tho
spectacle that lluno poor men nnd women
who stood shelterless by night did not wail
and moan, and hug their hulf.olud bnlilca
tighter to their bosoms, as is the custom on
sucii occasions, but stood gazing straight
lorward. 1 hey did not stop to see what
limy nail iot, or to inquire into tho con
dition of what they had saved, but watched
witli intense admiration tho terribly beau
tiful spectacle which unfolded itseli' before
Further north on lho street tho etl'orU of
tho firemen and tho eastward tendency
of thu wind had prosurved tho houses
faeingweston Clinton street; tho south
ern ones wero moro shells, and their con
dition improving as ono went north, though
thoy were all much scorched and render
ed uninhabltablo by tho flro and its op.
posing element water. Hut though thesa
somber and forbidding-Uoking tenements
generally barred tbo view, yet through
alleys and occasional breaks in the bull
dings ono could thcro got a view into thu
lurnuco which lay beyond red and sul
phurous glimpses, as if ouu wero gazing
through the portals of hell. No one was
ted any mo upon Ihoso individuals who
stood besldo their possessions, nnd the only
persons who approached them wero in
norch of Information concorningthcir possi
ble I insurance-, to which they generally
replied that they had none, 'when they
roplied atall to what thoy often consider
ed a very unnecessary and rather Imperti
Other inipurins wero also made as to
whether any persons wero missing, or
had been injurod ; but whilo It is imposi!
bio, so great was thoconfuslon, to ascorlain
much concerning It, It is beyond Co ibt
that ono person was seriously injured, and
another is most likely mls'slni. for uvor
unless soino portion of hur bouoi should
buvu escaped thu action of tlm raging llumos
which enveloped thuiu. Mrs. l)ownlnt
was ,ui old woman who lived In ono of the
bv ilinfxin.V.V """""Tr'sej in ners eel)
won Id I hivn I B flr0.n.,ld 'l'"fylngsmoko
foreign , BM Lc n unn,Vl0 , cscnV lt,lou
bvn nrintir'nf inp,,,,y ll,ls ,"" tti'0Tdil
sic who 1 "Vr'-'O of "obort Camp-
i. '..."'?. ' cc,c!el (n carrying hor out.
She was tnknn r.""ou.1 njurie).
CSCIIltft will. I " . . '
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street, not fur off.
now receiving medical
.... ....., ,w -..,- .uargarct Ilmll,.,-
and has not been heard or since It is
only romnrkablo that In 1 10 sudden origin
nnd rapid progress of tho llro mom ...i.
dent) did not occur.
A ROYAL PALACE IN NEW YORK.
QUANT) I'll EPA It ATI ONS FOtt TIIK HFrrp.
TION OF THE OKANDDUKE ALEXIS
SPLENDID PAni.OK., LUXUIHOUS CIIAJI
Iir.lt?, AND MAGNIFICENT Olt.VAMENTH
PITV A POOIl FltlNCE.
jKrom the N. T. fcun.l
Tho Bussian Minister, M. Cntacazv. und
the Consul, M. Bodlsco, novo engaged n
suitoof thirty-flvo rooms nt the Clarendon
iiotei on iourtn nvenue, corner of Eigh
teenth street. Mechanics nro putting on
the finishing touches of their art, and
havo converted tho placo into n most
charming palace. The first notlccnblo
point is tlio Jtoyai Itussian escutcheon
frescoed upon tho door pnnels. Within
nil is now, gorgeous, nnd elegant, but In
no ropect gaudy. .Splendid new marble
,.., t,.., ,i(t, ..,..,. .....1 ..... .n
fniLvs (tuu luiuiLja ui IIUUVV
silver plating nud gilt, havo been put In.
r.xpcnsivo oronr.es. clocks, statuary, and
other ornaments of n rich nnd rare descrip
tion nro upon mo mnnicis, nnu ocautllul
landscapes nro framed against tho walls.
Tho floor is covered with a velvet carpot
of brilliant colors. Damask and laco cur
tains shado the windows, gilt nnd bronzo
chandeliers, with porcelain reflectors, hang
from tho ceilings, and side bracket?, with
prism gas jets, aro upon tho walls. Groat
mirrors extend from floor to cornice.
Etruscan vases of nlabaster, four feet high,
aro placed In each comer, and n miniature
ctdogno fountain of lino mnrhlo Is placed
nt tho centra of tho rear windows. Over
it, nnd tho most prominent object thnt nt
tracts the attention, is n largo und life-like
portrait of tho czar. Tho walls and ceil
ing nro Ircscoed with rare skill and ex
Over tho arches, draped In graceful folds,
arc tlio Itusstan und American national
color?, glistening In silk nnd gold and sil
ver bullion fringe. This is tho grand re
gal dining saloon. Tlio furiiituro is of
black walnut, inlaid with gilt. Tho tablo
extends from tho front to tho re ir of tho
rooms. Tho chairs nre elegantly upholster
ed, as arc also tho divans and lounges.
Two splendid buffets and tables with niar
blo slabs aro also placed in tho room. The
thblojlincn is of tho finest texlurc. Tho
cutlery is entirely now, and tho silver is
from tho St. Petersburg I'alacc. Although
tho regular hotel cook) will prcparo the
meal) and special hotel servant) attend tho
table, ft Itussian cook is nttnehed to the
party,andho will prepare such home-made
dishes as may bo required.
Tho halls" and stairways nre covered
with n bright green carpet" with deep or
ange foliated borders. Tho walls nro tinted
blue nnd crimson, in gilt panncls. The
gns pcndiitit is of gold nnd bronze witli
colored porcelain globes. .Thero aro four
rooms on tho second floor. Tho front hall
room has been oyer-arched nnd thrown
open to tho largo one, thus forming a neat
This is theriyal bedchamber. An Ax
minster carpet of white, purple, and pink
covers the floor. Tho furniture is nil solid
rosewood. A double bedstead, with n lofty
headboard profusely carved, i-tnnds at one
ido of the door. A ennopy mado of the
Russian and American flags is suspended
'above. Tlio sheets and other linen arc ex
ceedingly fine. The pillow cases nro edg d
with laec, nnd ail tho blankets
nru of choicest merino wool.
Thu coverlet is n marvel of
beauty, being of flno white silk,
elaborately embroidered. Thero is a largo
wardrobe, lined with aromatic cedar pan
el', and the bureau is splendidly carved.
On the marble slab two heavy posts hold
a large oval mirror, on each sido of which
is n winged nngel, kneeling with out
stretched hands. A marble-top centre tn-
ble. nnd n full-length mirror, hung on piv
ots, ii lounge, rocking-chairs, etc., elegant
ly unho 'tercu. nro also mere, 'i lie un
der, grate, etc., sparkle with gold and sil
ver sheen. A costly ormolu ciocic and or
nnments aro on 'lho marble mantel.
Tho chandelier is of gilt nnd bronze,
with china globo and u grand drop. Da
mask curtains of blue and gold and whito
laco are on the windows. Tho walls aro
tinted azure and pink.
The Itussian ladies have arranged a
tilca'ant surprise. Tho colored photo
graphs of all the Imperial family aro ar
ranged upon tno wans.
Tho bath room, luxuriantly furnished, is
between this and the rear room. Thu lat
ter is to bo occupied by tho Grand Cham
berlain. It is sumptuously furnished in
black walnut, tapestry carpet, paintings,
ornaments, &C. In tho small hall room
the body guard relief will bo stationed, as
U required by tbo royal Jaw. All over
the house the'other rooms arc handsomely
From tho New York WorlJ.
sKrltKTAKT hTANTON'B DYING OPINION OF
Washington, October 4, 1871.
A distinguished Louislauian wns in Bos
ton recently, and had an interview with
Senator Sumner, at ids rooms at tho Cool
idgo house. During a lengthy conversa
tion with him, Mr. .Sumner related an in
terview, the last ho ever had with Kdwln
M. .Stanton, the lulu secretary of war. It
took placo shortly prior to 'Mr. Stanton's
death. .Mr. Sumner hud mado one of his
customary calls. Mr. .Slantuii requested
Mr. Sumner to como near thu bedsido.
Thu dying man placed his hand in that of
Mr. Sumner, and said :
"Sumner, I am going over tho river. 1
shall never recover. 1 wisli to sny one
word to you before I die.''
Sumner 1 hope that you are not dying,
Mr. Slnnton ; but go on.
.Stanton (emphatically) General Grunt
run not administer thu government. IIu
is nut equal to the duties.
Sumner Mr. .Slnnton, your statement is
Stanton I mean it as broadly as 1 state
Sumner Why did you not mention this
before tho nomination.
Stanton I wns busy itt mv office, nnd
wns not consulted by tho politicians who
mado tho nomination. They did not take
me into their councils,
Sumner But, Mr. Stanton, vou uuidu
speeches during tho campaign j why did
you not statu this important fact thon '!
Stanton You examine mv sneeches.
and you will not find one word in favor of
iieneral tirani ior i-resident. I spoke for
tho Kepubllcati party only.
Sninnor But you say Grant can not ad
minister the uovornmcnt. Jio succeeded
well In tho nrmy, ami the peoplogavo him
credit for our success.
Stanton (stretching forth his right hand)
.Senator .Sumner, this hand supplied him
Willi men nnu uioiiuj, uiiiimiicu. i guvo
thu direction of tho uflairs. 1 nui dving.
nr. oiiiiiuui, nnu i onivu mis io YOU. I SO
it whenever the interests ot the country
At the time Mr. Sumner mado this state
ment about his larowull interview with
.Mr. Stanton, ho did not agreo with thu
gontlomiin I'niui Louisiana us to thu merits
ot General Grant, and made this plain to
thu group of gentlemen who wero listeners
to tno nenator.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Anil A rats of
Ohio Itlvcr nml Kniiruilin
70 Ohio Levee,
m iioi.ksai.k :ko i:hs.
11. SMYTH & CO.,
: A I It O . I 1, 1. 1 N OIK.
A'so, keep constantly on band a most coin.
I'lelr stock of
SCOTCH AND IP.ISII WHISKIES
-C I NS,-
I'ort, .Maderia, Sherry and Catawba Wines
r SMYTH A CO. sell oxolu.lrrly for cnOi.to
l, vthicli f.iot they Inrlto tho epeclal atten
tion of Hoie bargain buyers.
Special attention yiren to Filling Orders.
THE ONLY" ItELIAllI.E (IITT ENTEIII'P.ISE IN
To bedistnlu'ed In
Xj. ID. SINE'S
li'.'nd Itexubr Monthly
To bedruHii Monday, Nov. 27, IS71,
Tno fJrmitl Cniillnli of 85,009 rucliln
Two prir.es, tl.ooo ; Fie prlies J500; Ten priies,
tiw, an in i.rcenuacKi,.
WHOLE NUMIIEIt CASH GIFTS, 1,000.
One Hoiso and Huggy. uilh sllver.phiteU
One lino Itosetvooii Piano, u. rlli
Ten F'ainllv &vint; machines, each worth
flro Heavy cascu uow iiununii uaicues
nniMienvi C'nlil (.Miain4. uurlh each 410 CO
icn i.a ues' lioiu minimi; waicnes worm
l'..L'lit hundred uobl nml silver lever hunt.
mi! waicnes tin all) ivotin irom iu iu
l-ndie' i;nlil l.pnmlnn Chains. Cent's Gold Vest
(Indus, nher-pl.iicd castors, solid sliver nnddotl
blo.i.iteiI tablo and toaspoons, I wiry Imnillcii
dinner knives, -llvcr-phited dinner forks, silver
lest cninns, lUiotOKrnpii minims, iit'iieii kuiu
breastpins, shirt studs und sleeve button", finjjer
rlnic, fc'oel pins (silver rxtenalon,) etc.
Wholo number nlfls, homo. Tickets limited to
Aurnts wanted to sel Tickets lo whom liberal
premiums will bo paid,
sirgle tickets 1 ; six tickets: twelve tickets S10 ,
Circulars conlnlmni! a full list of mines, n de
scription of tho manual of ilrnwInK, and other In
formation In reference to tho distribution, will be
sent to any ono ordering lliem, Alii letter, must
henddrex.od to I,. I). rtINK, Ilox so,
oirur, Cincinnati, u.
lui west oiu si, ucuuawiyr
SritlNGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTH EASTEBN It. J!.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 171, trimiswll
ruu us iiiiiows i
NOUTIIICUN UI VISION.
tiiiiss aotNO soi'TiiritT.
. 3.01) "
, i:'M "
.. 4:17 "
Leave Virginia i.: lo n.tn
" riiriniiiit'iii M v..1' "
" Tiivlorvlllo lo.tj "
Arrive nt Pann 11: Hi in
TRAINS OOISO NOHTIIWEIT.
Leave Piuui IJXia.in
" Tmlorville I; 17 "
Arrlvo nt riprlni:ricld...0;l5
I.eino .Slisuiuaelil !:- "
Airlvont Vlrainiu Bi'il "
south i:iin division,
tkaInm ooisa sociuiusT
Leave IMuewood a:.nni,in,
" Flom 8:2ft "
Arrive lit tihawiieetowii3:Mn m,
.. 6:15 p,m
tuaiss noisu KoaruwiaT.
I,eae Sliawiiectown fi:M ii.m
" Florj 2:3.1 "
Arrlvo lit KdL'HMood t:MJ "
Tlieo::iu ii.in. irsui iiom i.iiKon'ooii, runs oniy
Mondajs, Wilnesla)Niiiul l'riciujH, nml Aillii.in.
train Irom HhawneetOHii on Tuesdays, Thurs.
days nnd Saturdays.
Connects ut Ashlund witli Jacksonville division
of CIiicuho ami Alton U.llrund. fur J icksonvillo,
Petersbiiri;, Mason City, nnd all points west.
At Hpriinillidil, with Chicago niul Alton, nnd
Toledo, Wuliasli nud Western Hallrnail, tor
llloouiliiijtou, Clilcajio, mid nil iioinls north, north.
wot nud west,
AlP.ina with lud. nnd HI. Louis, nml Illinois
Ceiitial lUllrond lur nil point) nut, south and
At IMueuiiod with Chlcauo Division Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio in.l Mississippi llailroad.
AtShawncetoiii, with steamboats for Cluclu-
nil, r.niiicuu, uniro nnu n. i.oiiim
OULANI) SMITH, Oen'IPup't.
.Ocn'l l'i'Kt nnd Ticket Ak'i.
COllNEIi SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Kntraneo on Hlxtlosl.,)
I'. J. 0.k, ")
II. C. Cn.ly, ! CINCINNATI, OHIO.
II. II. Louwlck, J
O.MCUS. CADY A CO. Proprietors.
COMMKUC1AL-AVF.NUK, OPPOSITE P. ().,
Tin: House is Nf.wly- Fi'iinisiikd
And oSers to the public fl r t -cl n accommoda
tion nt res.onaliln rsls.
(1 EN ERA L UN D E UT A K UK,
Cor. tViiHhliiRioii.il v. nml lltli sl.,
W. G. CABY,
SALES BOOM, No. 13SIXTH STl'.K
.MohI Snci rssfnl, Popular nml I'l-rfert
cooki nsr Or
Ol the period nra our will-ktxwn
Hot Ii are of thn suppicl eonilructinn, nuJ so
oasily mnnaijed thut wo jjuarantco them lofnc
As no article In the houe)ioM has nftreatcr in
fluenco in promotinetlm he.ilth, comfort nud Imp
piness of tho family nrclo than the conking
stote. i' is economy uswrll in pobey lo (jet the
very Lest ; and in buying the
You can rely on netting tho most successful, p
ular nnd perfect coukIiih stove, ever made,
You nro always surnof hnvinjr Juicy, Tender uud
Delicious liccfttnl.r, Chiokrn, Ham, L'liops. elc.
Excelsior Manufacturing Company,
ClinnlCll N. Maii.st.,SI. Louis, Mo.
AND ALL LIVK STOVi: DKALHUS.
C. W. HENDERSON, Agent,
I JI 31 1 (I J ANT T I t:K Il'I'S.
FOB SALE. J
FOB SALE, ) ForSnlo fFOK SALE,
I l crSulo I '
hor Hale l
1'orHnlo IFOR SALE.
Faro from Liveupool,
Faro from Loniicndeuhv
Faro from Glakoow,
Faro from Queknbtown
TO CAIRO, ;:::s:!i $ i 8. 'J o
HallorJ, Morris A' Cu
Livtrpool) Ncw.Y'oik nnd Phllnddphi.i
I NIiV.U COSTKACI WITH t'.MTEI) STATrsAMI IUIITISII
for passaTTb TICKETS
on ii'iinirii isroitMATiox
API'LY TO JOHN G. DALE, AaT.
15Hrondway, New.Vork, or to
II. II on lt,
Wnshlnglon Atenue, Cairo, Illinois, ji
SIMILIA SIM1LIEUS CURANTU
I Kyj' t'r"v"''"" tho mo t ntnpln ep.
hllieicntan. Ileli.,l,l. 'n,ey nre the only me
Clnr4 lierloel 1 1 mini.....! ,.. ...... i . - .... ' .
inline siife,Kai Hi,ntilKl'rmr,
(lo ill u lni.iak, . . 1'iiiot be m.hlo lu II' n l tin
n i harm!' " to I frc f otn ila i.-er, r.nd
itlleii t In. M I,., i,' ,,iys n linl ! Tin y I .jve rn
; '.v. , I'oiiuinr us' u ,
eo ine ii iy ri . , .
,,!. . ...... .. ... ........ r . . ,, .
always ii n lur nl si . m.n.
fi0.-. .. Cen
i, inures i (wrscongr si on, i..tia .nn.itioip
YVorius. Worm ! ver. woi in cum .
t'rs lnu.eolic ortie'hinol infanta .
Dlrrlincn. of eh blren nnd mlnlfa..
Ii sculerj, Kl'piiig, I'lious colic
Tiolcri.norLu", voinitlnit ,
4'liolcrii. cohls, bronchltils
.clir..li'ln. tootbacbe. facencho.
l.rHPliilir bilious stomnche
"'.,W",",ior juiniui iienous.,
loo profiise periods..
Unll III..... . 'I.'...,... I.. t
- a i.ii ... f'fuiirn. iiiiiirini iireni
It tllt 111 lain. .Itnlttn.lli, loll,.
I'Hom, blind or blecdlnir
aa-a V ;,J,, ur enrunie, llllliienr
l.nr Illnrlnirirra. Imnni,l ii.npm
... ..i-i.aa ii,-i,i,iiv. i iivairni ucbk
llroim V nnd aenntv Sli'rpV.I mni"
Nl'll .Slfl4lir.itl alrlh... r-nni .. I.I,
Iililni')'-I)lh.nk,., (irarei .,,
n.tfin. I S f.ltl... ... .
on. Into uutarv iliscl.nror. I
I'Hcllo.ti'i, wlta one il tint of pow
,, ery nn ea.ary In serious cusu,.,o
" horn .Molllll. ranker...
II, " l'lllllllll I Ct-lOllH. With naia .
is. Mllirrltiirs,, tchaneeofl In .. ..l
M, " l.plli'i.v.spasins,si Situs ilaacr 1
, " Dliitlieiliiol , cratfd siro tlir at
1 1 1 : t ." lo (II) liirci InN, iimrorrii
nr nuetiiintl cum-, coiltilllllnt; a
"Iiccltic lor every oiiillunr)- ilia,.
I'lisc a laiiilly lasnlijei't to, ami
dooiij oriiircruoiiH from 510 to
siiKll-r t iiitilly und 'I iiivcIIiik ' a
20 lo SS vims ,ir rn H' to
Sp O.llilu, all I'millC DlHCIIM'S,
loth for CurliiK nini ior J'rcvcii.
tile Uc.ilinir.t, in v nlsonl p..it
' '' i Sla I
POM .i IvXTit.M r
irc j.jfia. nieeuuiKoi uio J.unga, f se, Ble
icli, or of Piles! Corns. 1 I 'ers. Oil Mercs.
Pner, not., rsi eta.-, Pin. SI Q-sr.tl
urlT,.M-a .ui..li... ... ..... ll r.o.
oythcensoor slnK.e Imx, nro sent t) any pan
'i. uwuiiry, ny loan or express, iijo Ol (.11.1
on rereipi ni ine prirp. .Ml'iress
FOIt SM.r. I1Y P. fcCIll ll, CAIItO, Ills,
hatch i:i.ohs iiAiit ivi:,
-Perleetly Harmless. Keliable and Inathauteo,
.o Ulaiottiiinlfncril. rin linl rlilr.ua 'I jnla or I
Ills, k or natural Ilrown. iKirs not Hum ,
ism, nui u avesine iisir i lean, r-oji snu iieau
ul Tboonly ae ind Prrfe'l D' r
Ki-ays f-jr Y'oung Men, on great fecial Ki
Q'l jvuusr-. wiiieii inieriero Willi niarriai:e. p
ru n the lppmeas ol thousands, with s
menus ,11 in.' i ior me i.rr in; bi: i Lii.iuiiina.
diirase l ami ilibditsted. Hint in rested let'
AHSOlIATION. No. IS. Ninth street. Mii.ad.
(iriia. ,'i at.rdia..ii
I lo I, t lir. A.MI 11.1 I lif.l Ill
15Y DR. .1. II. HCUENCK M D.
ManT it.n I fin lift f, 1 1 r mhf
4lMtii iltcrt wmm hiM thr n-a.ori than ilio n-cltv
if klti mi) hi til iRiltftlfUUtlii nr. iTtti riic tsrtti i f fiir.
Th"f ticur himI Uur w mm y uml lrit-mft ur
a in-yt-inuijuu jt(ca
IJIta illll.ril II. tl III.M'lt'H! 11 I'l.l
n...r..v.4.. k..tti, (vlt.lltfa. r..Hll.n . Ill' I
uiM,u qiiifkeiH'u into in aiirrui tu
ifpri'inmii"ii iijai is nut n in JUunl tinivi u
la Miny n It l unr:iUtn-'. It I'dllosoi-hy ru
r is'iiisiiii. i avT ipiiainu in inu miiruiuu ucikii
turu'M iiitbtcrt KUtt ih riHjt(l.l!luru ivltatuiii.
'l'linv tMtttiutai till I hi lil,ui.t.twnri--ti IfiL' iitti.rnf Ivi.
'hLMVU NO hTINR 1CIIIM).,,
itllni.-iitiirv ftfeil tin, ..leetful. M'ln, liver. Ilk.,
Ur. 'llio stoniacli nets resamalvelr, und tlio
patient Levins to feci tUal Iiu Is aiettlug, nt lull,
A SUPPLY 01' COOII I1LOOI).
Tlio Pen.weeil Tonic. In nnjiinctlnn with tlio
Pllla. penneulus mid usslnillates with thn foial.
CliTliaotioii Is io ot pronresaliis; without Its pre.
vliius lorlurea. ingestion tioeumrs palnless.and
tlio euro la seen to bo ul liuinl. '1 lieru la no uioru
.....t...ir.n n,i .TrieerlxiliiiM .if Hit, .(iitniii ll- A I,
lioiwlito sets In, .
s.,..- i.imn, llm p..a,n,l Itlnml I'll, Sfl.s.spT.t
irlveu liyiiti Indulsront tailicr to stinerlmr man.
Selienck's Piilmonlo byriuicjmes In lo perform
its functions und to hasten und compicio tlio
cure. H enters ut onco upon lu work. Nuturo
cm not bo cticnlcd, It collects und rliHiria tho
Iniialred iiml diseased portions of tlio lungs.
In tho form of callicrlm.'s.lt prepares thcni lor
expectoration, und lol In uvery short tlnio tho
luuladr Is vunulshcl, tho rotten tlirono thut It
iiccupfed Is renovuted niul mailo new, and lho
pniieni, in mi inu iiiKiiux oi rename,! , suit.iji'.
'lllleni, 111 nil inu uiKiiiir oi rt'Kuuieu iKu,,iy,'.
oi Hi to enj jy lho manhood u r wuuiauhood tliut
(JHT.N AS LOST.
Tho second thing Is, tho patients mint stay In u
vriirin roiiiii iiitll they net well I It Is almost tin
isisslblo to prevent lakliu cold when tho lunRS
uro dlseiised, tint; It must bo proventcd or u euro
cm not bo inei-ted. Fresh nlr nnd ndlnir out,
especially In this section of thn country, in tlio
tall und winter season, nro nil wnuiu' , Phyil
i laus who reeoiiimeiid thutcourso losutlielr pa
tients, If their lum-'s uro badly diseased I und )et.
beeiusa they nro In tlio houso they must not
lulonn quiet t they mint walk nljout thu rooni
us much nml us fast ns tlio slrcniflh w III bear, to
net mi u irood circulation of blood. Tho patients
must keen In piod rilrlts--lit determined to net
well. 'J ills linsu ureal ocai io mi nnu m uyi'"
..... n...t i. . In. ..ri.iit iirtinf tn tmtn.
To despair of euro ultur such evidence of It
iHiaslblllty In tho worst cases, nnd moral cer
tainly lu ill! others, Is sinful. Dr. Hc lieiiek s pcr
ninal statement to lho I uculty of his own cum
was lu Ihcsu modem words! .... .
.Many jears iiim 1 was In tho last stnecs or
eonsuinptloni eoiitlncd to my bed, nnd ul ono
tlmo my physicians thought thnt 1 could not llvu
ll week! then, llko u ilruwnliur uiiili catchlnK nt
slniws, I heard id uud obtulneil tho preparations
which I now offer lo thn public, nnd they iniido
ll iiertfct euro of mo. It seemed lo mu that I
could leel them penetiato my wholo system.
Thoy soon llpuned thu matter In my luniis, und
1 would spit up moro than u pint of ollenslio
ellow inntter every lnornlnK for u Ionic tlmo.
"As soon us that benan to subside. mj coufh,
fovcr.iialns.und nlahl sweats till beya n to leavo
nie, und niynipetlto beeaino so (.'rent thut It was
wltlidinleulty that I could keep irom t' In? too
much. I noon pilued my Mrcnulh, und huvo
Krown in liosn over since. ,.
"l wnlol.n,! alinrl p nfler mv rcCOVCrr.
luldod tho Doctor, "tlieu looklim llko u mora
skeleton! my welsht was only ninety-seven
Pouudii my present wcliiht Is iwohunilred and
Iweniy llvolK'i) pounds, nnd for cars 1 huvo en
Joyed unlnteri opted health." ., . , ,
fir. rclienck has dlscontluuod Ids professional
visits to Now. York und Hon ton. IIu or his sou,
Iir. J. 11. Nchcnck, Jr., still eontlnuu lo see p.i.
Ilents nt their olllco, No. 13 North Sixth Street,
riillaileliihiu, overy Sutiirilay fromU A..M.M3 p.m.
Tho.o who wish u thoromih e.uiuliiuiloii Willi
the llos)lroiiieter will bu charaod 15. Tho lies.
Plrometer Ucclnrea tho oniiit eonilltlon of lho
luniis, uud patients cun readily leuru whether
Tho directions for taklnir tho medicines nro
mluptcd to tlio lntelliKcnco even of u child. Fol
low theso directions, unit kind Nuliiru will do lho
rest, cxccptlui! thut lu souio cases lho Ahtudruko
Pills uro to bu lakeu lu Increuved dosesi tho
threo inodlchics need no other iicconipnnlinonts
t litt ti tho iniiiilo Instiiictlons that iiicoiupuiiy
tlienit First ireata uppetttc. uf rcturnlnu
iieiilih, liumcor Is tho mostwelcomo symptom,
Whoti It couies.us It will como, let lho despair
In j ul onco bo ot iiood cheer, (iood blood ut onco
follows, lho coiuih loosens, tho iiluht sweat Is
nbaled. Ill u short tlmo both of theso morbid
symptoms nro koiio forever.
Dr. Sclienck's modlclnes uro constantly kept in
tensof thousands of liiimllos, As n laiutlvo or
puraallvc, the Mnndrnko Pills urn a staudiird pre
paration i whilo lho Pulmonic Sfriin, m u Lllru
ot coimhs und colds, may bo reuurded us u pro.
nliylucterlo iigulnst consumption in uuy ut it,
tonus. , ,
Prlco of tho Pulmonic Syrup and Sca.weiH
Tonic, iMa bottlo, or tlto a lulf doion. Man.
Iruko Pills, 2i touts a box. For gate byullUrua.