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Special Dispatch to the Bulletin.
VICTORIA WOODHULL l.V JAIL.
" wi( suv. xiiu wumnu,
Victoria Woodhull, was arretted this
morning on a warrant sent out by L. C.
Ohallii, charging her with groii libel
Warrants are alto Issued against this per
son and her partners in butlnoss, Blood
and Claflln, on tbo complaint of other par
ties on the lllco charge. Woodhull and
Claflln were also arretted by the
U. 8. marshal, on the chargo
of sending obscena publlca
tlons through tlio mails, whllo they were
in a carriage preparing for flight with
copies of their publications in tho vohlclo
with them. On being brought boforo the
United States commissioner, the atslttant
district attorney charged that they were
also guilty of libelling manhood all over
the country. The commissioner decided
to admit thu accused to ball, but none be
Ing furnltUod they were sent to Ludlow
New Youk, Nov. 2. Tlio ceremony of
unveiling the .Scott ttaluo took place at
Cenlrnl 1'ark this p.m. In the presence of
ft vast throng of spectators. Tlio presen
tation address was mi.il u by Richard Irrln.
Acceptance speech by Comptroller Ureen.
AVm. Culleo llrynnl then delivered an
Broadway proionted its usual activity
to-day, showing un abatement in tho burse
distemper. Car lines are fast resuming
travel, and encouraging reports contlnuo
to Lo received fiom thu stublvs. A total
dlsappenrunco of the epidemic i" looked
for soon, mortality in horses, however,
continues. Ho cars will be run in RrnoK
lyn , to-morrow, l'hilantrophist Berg
publishes an appeal asking total ceisation
of equino traffic to-morrow in this city. i
Reported Kspeclally for the Bulletin.
N tr York, Nov. '!. A great scnia
tlon whs caused up-town to-night by thu
murder of Thomas Donahou by John
llannell. Tho murdcrtook place In John
son's pool room, corner Twenty-eighth
trect and Broadway, while pools were be
ing sold on election. Tho assassin's brother
was Kloronco llannoll, who whs candidate
for assistant alderman, and was killed by
Donahoo during a political brawl, in
Nov. 1870. John llannell had frequently
threatened to avenge his brother's murder,
and on co succoeded in inflicting on Dona
tion whitl were believed to be fatal wound,
llannell firm six shots to-night, killing
Donation nlmost Instantly. The murderer
Nrw Yokk.Nov.'J. A grettdeal of talk
was occasioned about town this p.m. over
the arrest of Woodhull and Clallln. Tho
proceedings againit them were lirtt taken
by Mr. L. 0. Challls, the well-known
limlcr win. lit!, nil. hi Mnnllnl fur WMfritrila
tor their arrest, lor a cross, scandalous I
and malicious articlo on him. These war
rants were accordingly issued, but before
they could l executed, soino one acting in
behalf of another libelled party.as it is said,
and importing aid of Comslock's famous
enemy to obsceno litorature, bad warrants
Usued against the mesdames bv United
.States Commissioner Osborne. The affi
davits in the case were made by Albert
Anderson, post-office clerk, a worthy of
Brooklyn and L. W. ltees, clerk in tho
' Independent' newspaper office, who
swore to tlio sending of offensive publica
tions through the mail by accused. Wit
nesses in thu case.Moody, negro, and Chas.
Milia, who mailed tho papers, were sent
to tbo house of detention. The two were
taken to the commissioner's oflicu in n car
riage, thenco to jail until Monday a.m ,
when a hearing will come off. They man
ifested their usual boldness, and descanted
on the way to prison, on the outrage of
their arrest and confinement over Sunday.
They insisted upon suitable apartments at
Ludlow street jail. This evening upon a
warrant issued by Mayor Hall, seizuro
was uiado of the establishment of Wood
hull fc Claflin, together with tho looks,
furnlturo and so much of the edition of
publication as was found. Tho indignation
of the community gonerally has been
itromcd at the brazenness and audacity
shown by the publications complained of,
and thu presenting parties purpose pursue
ing the case vigorously. Mr. Challis has
also canted tho arrest of Col. Blood, who
is charged with being an accomplice; also
Denyse, tho cluctrotyper, and Smith, tho
printer of tho scaodalizing papers. The
statuary penalty for sending obscene liter
ature through tho mails is one year Im
prisonment and five hundred dollars lino.
NkwYork, Nov. 2. Tho 'Express' says
the arrest of tho feminines Woodhull &
Claflin for circulating obscene litoraturo
was to bo ex potted for nothing moro ob
scono in tho way of words and tho most
atrocious charges that over obtained cur
rency in any community, than attacks of
these women upon distinguished and hon
ored clergymen. Tho scandalous and li
bellous articlo of the twain consists of
cross attacks upon Rev. Henry Ward
lietcher and Theodore Tilton, fur com
plaining that Catholics post pasquinades
on street corners against Protestants.
IIORSK l'LAOUK IIECKKASI.NO.
Nr.w Yokk, Nov. i!. Tho horso cpo
demic is rapidly abating. All roports
from differonl stublcs aru vory encourag
ing. Thu stmts present a moro cheerful
aspect. Clear, bracing weather will
doubtless prevent the return of danger.
Last night 83 deaths wero reported in this
city uud ono hundred and forty-six at
Brooklyn. Means or locomotion for
wants of business are being fast supplied.
TRIAL OF MAYOR HALL.
Mayor Hall's friends were greatly taken
by surprise ut tho result of bit trial, as they
confldently expected his acquittal. Tho
prosecution did not expect conviction, and
one of the prosecuting counsel predicted
last night that the jury would stand four
for conviction and eight for acquittal.
Tho statement of tho foreman that seven
wore for conviction took everybody by
surprise. Mayor Hall turned palo und
soon left the court room, remarking that
it was tho greatest disappointment ho had
over oxpo-iencod. The debates in tho
jury room wero long and exciting, and at
times audible to persons oulsido. Tho
quostion debated on was regarding tho ex
amination of vouchors, l'artofjury con
tending, as did the defense, that tho
mayor should sign ull documents coming
to him with proper signatures of other of
ilcials, andjtho rest contending, as did tho
prosecution, that examination was necoss
ary. Several members of tho Jury who
voted for conviction havo stated pri
vately that none of jury believed that Hall
received any of tho stolen money, und this
question did not enter into their debate.
Joseph Ames, a well-known artist, diod
lioro on Wednesday.
Nkw York, Nov. 3. Gold opened : 12
sold down to llj; closed llUj; loam
too flat for uso; 3 to por cent, carryings;
2,000,000, Roport current on street to
day that treasury tecrotly told to-day
nnd yesterday Ave millions and a half
gold. This report is not credited in soino
quarters at it is believed tho statute for
bids secret tales. Gold by treasury money
easy; 4 por cent, after loaning; T por cent,
gold; bank statement favorable- assistant
treasurer to-day paid out 415,000 interest
and 2,400 redemption bonds; goverments
weak nnd dull; state bonds dull steady nnd
stocks irregular gonornlly.
OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM.
U 1 llllun.,,, n TL - (.
iiMiunuivni ur. i iju comuus -
sloner of education bas requested the state
and local superintendents of education
toaldhlmln devising the best plans for
tho representation ot the American sys
tem of education at tho Vienna exposition.
With this view, ho hat asked them to
meet him In Washington, on tho 13th of
November. The Austrian offlclals In
their communications to (Jen, Van Uuren
havo been especially solicitous for a
thorough and complete representation of
the school system ef this country.
AN IMPORTANT HILL.
The treasury department it preparing
an important bill for congrett, consolidat
ing and amending all law relating to
financial business of government. Its im
portant features are the simplification of
transactions, belter security for pub
lic monoy and to verer punishment for de
falcations and embezzlomenlt.
Washinotok, Nov. 2. A Restaurant
kceepor was fined In tho polico court, to
day, ono hundred dollars. His llcenio was
revoked for refusing lo entertain negroes
in his establishment.
Chas Johnson who was recently con
victed fur the murder of bis wife, was to
day sentonced to bo hanged on the 10th of
THE NAVY TO DE WEEDED.
The navy is to bo weeded of its Inef
ficient officers of tho upper grade by the
strict enforcement hereafter of tho nearly
obsolcto law, requiring a searching exam
ination into tho fitness and capacity of
every officer below commodore, beforo
promotion in this.
Philadelphia, Nov. 2. Philadelphia
mint commenced melting ono million ono
dollar gold pieces, and larger denomina
tions. 20,000.000 of theso pieces are to bo
Philadelphia. Nov. 2 Honoris of
horso Influenza, jhow that there were
about 1,200 cases in tho principal stables
yesterday, They indicate lurttier mat ,
tlio majority of all horses are more or les
aneclcd. second ami Third street nil
road company, havo withdrawn three
fourths of their cars, while from forty to
llfty cars are withdrawn from other lines.
All or nearly all of the lines will stop run
ning to give horses rest.
Chicamo, Nov. 2. Very few horses on
tho streets this morning, all lines of street
cars and omnibusses stopped at ten o'clock
last night. Not a public conveyance is to
be seen this a.m. Hack stands deserted.
About the only hones to be teen, aro those
attached to delivery wagons of retail
dealers, and a few teams employed in haul
ing building material. A cold ruin set In
at eleven o'clock last night, and continued
till lain this morning. Weather stil!
damp and cold.
Chicago, Nov. 2 There aro very few
horses on thu streets this morning, all the
lines of street cars and omnibusses having
stopped at 10 o'clock last night, no public
conveyances are to bo seen this morning.
Hackstands aro deserted, about tho only
horses to be seen are those
attached to delivery wagons of
retail dealers and a few teams employed
in hauling building material. A cold rain
set in at 11 o'iock last night which contin
ued until late this morning. Tho weather
is still damp and cold, and doubtless many
horses are kept in their stables for pru
Thero is little to add to accounts already
telegraphed of horse discaio hero except
that in nearly all cases, tho epidemic seems
ofn mild form. It has been noticed that no
mules have, so far, shown any sign of dis
London, Nov. 2. Elections through
out England yesterday resulted in heavy
conservative gains, which are attributed to
the passago of the licensing act. Much
dissatisfaction at the working of new ballot
act, voting so slow that at many places
all the votes could not bo polled.
THE ALAUAMA MONEY. '
A London letter says that Gladstone
opposes tho raising ol Alabama money by
way of n loan, as it would increase the
debt. It is most probabla that bonds will
bo issued for part flf flfteon millions, so as
to extend the payment for a considerable
Paris, Nov. 2. About ono hundred and
llfty persons yesterday attacked at Octrio
station, in tho town of Besscges, the De
partment Garde, and wounded a number of
gens d'urmes. Tho latter woro compelled
lo tiro upon their assailants, several of
whom wero killed and many wounded.
Troops havo been dispatched to tho town
in order to prevent further trouble.
London, Nov. 2. During court yes
terday atDurry's Banty, Ireland, the floor
gave way precipitating two bundrid pre
sons a distance of twelve feet. Several
wero instantly killed, and forty injured,
some of whom may die
Tho municipal elections throughout
England yesterday, resulted in heavy con
servative gains which aro attributed to the
passage of tho licensing act.
J. Francis Maguiro, the woll-known Irish
member of parliament for Cork City, and
proprietor and principal editor of the
1 Cork Examiner,' died last night In tho
flfty-soventh year of his age.
Mail advices from Cape Good Hopo to
the Bth of October, say tho report of dis
covery of precious stones in Arizona,
had reached fields, caused tonio excite
mont and destroying effect upon tho
diamond inarkot. Gold has been discov
ered. St. Petersburg, Nov. 2. Later advises
from Khiva report that the Khan lins
built a fort at Djarkale, Where ho will re
sist tho advance of tbo Czar's troops.
Ho still refuses to surrender Mutilans held
Paris, Nov. 2. Tho preliminary ex
amination of Marshal Dazaine by court
martial has been rotumed.
EMPEROR Or CHINA MARRIED.
London, Nov. 2. A dispatch from Po
kin announces tho fact thnt tho emperor
of China was mnrried on the 10th of Octo
ber. Thero was no outtido ceremony
other than a procession which escortedthe
brido irom her residence to Imperial
TO OO TO AFRICA.
A banquot was given last night by the
royal geographical society in honor of Bar
tlio Freve, who is about to proceed to
Africa to promoto the cause of tbo aboli
tion of slavery In that country.
Special Dispatch to the Bulletin.
Toi'KKA, Kas., Nov. 3. Two men got
Into a light in a gambling holo under
Adams' bank, last night, and cut one
another. It it expected that ono of
them will probably die. Tho other thut
far hat escaped, both wore employes of
the railroad company.
nor mm i.o a us,
For Ihu past four weeks thero bns been
TIIK 110MB INFECTION,
PmanURo, Nov. 2. Infection among
, .inoi'unw ayvv. i ii lucuon among
1 none was spread nmong private stables
The horses in Mureland & M ltnln.1l'
stables are tlowly recovering, and It Is cx
pectcd that with favorablo weather all
will bo ready for use In a short time. No
ueatht havo yot occurred. Livery
men havo their stables thoroughly white.
waihod inside, and carbolic acid and tnr
put over their Uoors.
Baltimore, Nov. 2. Tho horse disease
naa been moro seriously felt to-dav than
any prevlout day. Pew cars or drays aro
on tho streets, and the horso railroad com
pany! havo givon notico that no cars will
be run to-morrow for the purpose of glv-
ink uieir norset rest, too disease prevails
very mildly, and should the weather bo
favorablo it will toon disappear.
Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 2. Tho prev
alonco of the horso disease is moro general
to-duy than on any previous duy, Most of
the cars aro running in tho city. Marked
diseaso In no horses on streets and an in
crcaso in oxon. very row ratal cases ro-
San Francisco. Jacob Wilkinson
convicted of the murder of Hattie K. Burk-
hardt was sentonced to forty-five years In
the state prison.
Heportcd Especially for the Bulletin.
New York, Nov. 2, 12:40 p. m. Gold
11; U.S. Us 1891 $1 11 J, do do coupons
blank, S-20s 1802 blank, do 1804 $1 11, do
18G5$1 llj, do ,805 now Issue $1 131
1 14J, do 1807 $1 U1 14, do 18US
coupons $1 14, 10-40s $1 ue10s, do
coupons $1 08Q108J, currency 0s$l 10J,
sterling uxchango 01Oc, Missouri Us
02 J, new Gi $1 0'J.
Flour steady. Wheat quiet but stead v at
$1 6 l(a;l &8; cholcu $1 S9; rod tl fi3
1 70; amber, 1 70(5)1 70. Corn quiet
at CJJfaJOc. Oats quiet at 42f)4'Jc. Ito
celpts Hour 12,000, wheat 197,000, corn
92,000, oats 90,000, Mess pork nominal,
$10 20 bid. Lard quiet, 8j8jc; quota
tions nominal'. Woiskey firm and nomi
nal, 91c. Gold llj.
Gold 11 J; New York Central 05; ltock
Island I10J; North-western commons 31;
doprelBUj; N. W., 70J; PaclMJ; U. P.,
38J; Wabash 72J; O. and M., 48.
New York, Nov. 2. Gold 111; U.S.,
Csof'81 14; 7-20s:of'4 11; do 'CO 111; do
'COnaw issuo l!tJ(514J; do '67 14l4j; do
'08; coupons bQy'.ii currency lit 131;
sterling exchange 8j10; new os $t 09
Cincinnati, .Mov. 2. Flour steady,
$7 10 7 aO; wheat steady, red SI 48At,
i do. vyoru unn, oiu mo new 3();iyc.
OaU quiet, 2733c. Cotton dull, mid
dlinc 10c. Whiskey Arm. 90c. Mess Dork
nominal, $14 SO; bulk shoulders quiet, CrTT.
.11c; sides nominal; bacon sbouldars quiet
ufc; oiu aiuei scrace ana nrm, clear rib
lojq clear 11. Hogsstoady$4 20t 3;
roceipts 4780. Lard firm, steam 7J7c,
kettle 7J8c. i .
Chicago, Nov. 2. Flour quiet. Wheat
irregular and active for futures, spot
steady; $1 Oi J cash November; $1 08 De
cember. Corn irregular and active: 32
32Jc; cash 32i; November 3232c;
Docember. OaU.tlrm, fair demand: 20
21ccash; 20c November; 22c Decern ber.
Kye strong and higher; offerings light: No.
2 63J54c. Barley irregular, rnodoratly
active: No. 2 Oljc; spot Clj02o Novem
ber. Provisions dull: pork old nominal
fl6; new $14 12 December; January
$12 76; March spring hams quiet and un
changed; green meats quiet, and held
previous prices (28Jc.
St. Lobis, Nov. U. Flour quiet. Wheat
unchanged, 2 spring No. 3 fall 02C3c.
Corn dull at 30 Uo track. Oats Urmer
25c. Rsedull5455c. Barlov dull, 2
spring 08c. Whiskoy steady 8uc. Pork
flrtner iGc. Bacon quiet, only small or
der trade. Dry salt quiet. Boxed shoul
ders 4fc seller Dec. Hams 8Jc tellers' op
tion. Lard dull, nothing doing.
New Orleans, Nov. 2. Arrived :
Robert Mitcboll. Departed: i,a Uelle,
Mary Alice and barges. Iteceipts of flour
290, bacon 97 boxes, corn 418, lard 70 kgs,
oats 130. whiskey 2.075, hay C88, cotton
5.102. Flour dull. XX $6 25f)0 00; low
XXX $G 02 j7; good $, 25(3)7 60;
choice 57 C2J8; choice extra $8 20(0)9 25.
Corn dull, G7c; yellow 08c; whlto 70c.
Oats dull, 3839c. Hay dull, $27028.
Bran dull, SI Oil. Pork scarce and linn,
$l!. Bacon" dull, 12l2Jc.
Hams scarce, 19 Jc. Cotton in moderate
demand, 19c; sterling X 21c sight c dis
count. Night Keport
New Orleans. Nov. 2. Pork scarce,
mss held $10 6u.' Molasses common 50c,
good 02D4c; prime to choice 60U7c.
Coffee Urm 14Jl8jc; others unchanged.
Sterling 21, sight quarter discount, cold
12L Cotton quiet und lower, sales 3800;
good ordinary 17c; middling 18J; mid
dling Orleans 19c. Receipts 0160. No ex
ports Stock 10,978.
St. Louis, Nov. 2 Flour fair, order de
mand steady and unchanged. Wheat spring
No 2 SI 11; fall dull and unchanged; No
3 red SI 0201 03; No 2 SI 70F 80 for
aample lots. Corn dull, No 2 mixed 33c;
No 2 whito 41c. Oats unchanged, No 2
.nixed 2020c; No 2 whito 2O0JOJc.
Barley dull, oxcept choico and fancy which
is in demand nl95cSl. ltyono demand
or sale. Pork steady, moss $16; bacon
quiet; shoulders Cj7c; clour sides 1 1 jc.
Lard dull and nominal, refined 8ju lor
round lots. Highwlnes steady at 89c.
Cattlo quiet and unchanged, fair and
Sri moat $3 1 60; choico und extra $f0.
logs llrm, two or thrco packers buying at
S3 60J 20.
Chicago, Nov. 2. Flour steady,
Wheat buoyant and unsettled, No 1 sprlnir
SI 18l 25; No 2 sold $1 09; closed
$1 07$ cash or November; No 3 SI 20.
Corn active nnd higher but Irregular, No
2 mixed 33c caih; oloscd 32c; Noveuibei
3233c; closed inside prices. Oats
steady, No 2 20()21 according to date of
receipts, ltye Hdivo and advanced, 53Jc.
Barloy in good demand, No 2 fall 03c.
Pork quiet, $16 for old; $14 for now spot.
Lard quiet, now 7 Jc. Bulk meats quiet.
Hams in picklo 16 pounds 11 jc.
New York, Nov. 2. Flour Armor, fair
demand, superfine wo'tern $0 86ti 20;
common to good SO 907 00; good
choice $7 10(7?i7 80. Whlto wheat oxira
$1 85l 89. Whiskoy active, a thado
tinner 95c. Wbont less active and lower,
No 1 spring SI 00 1 03; No 2 $1 61
1 68; winter red western $1 0001 07;
amber $1 081 75; whlto $1 762. llyo
dull nnd unchanged. Barloy dull, buyors
favor corn. Modernto demand steamer
mixed G400r; sail 000Gc. Oats
morn active and firmer, old westor, mixed
47J48c; now 42431c; whito 4150c;
black western 44c. Colroo in fair request
Hio 16J18c. Sugar fair. Pork dull,
lower and irregular- mess $16 37; primo
mess $16, Beef and cut meats unchanged.
Lard firmer No I to prime ttoam 8
New York, Nov. 2. Csof 'M 16; 6-20s
of '02 V, do '04 11, do '05 11, do now 13,
do '07 14, do '08 '4, lt-40s 8J; curroncy Ot
1 117J, now 6t$l 09, Missouri Cs 02J.
Cincinnati, Nov. 2 River risen 2 feet
4 inches, 14 feet 11 iucbes In channel.
New Orleans, Nov, 2, Arrlvod :
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 2. Tho river
It rising about an inch per hour. About
6 feet In tho canal and B foet 0 Inchct in
tho chuto. Clear ; turned cool this p.m.
Arrived : Anna Connal, Mollio Ebert,
Cincinnati. Departed : Anna Connal,
Memphis; Mollis Ebert, Falls for New
Orleans. Kbert's barget put through tho
Mempjiis, Nov. 2. Clear and warm
Hlver stationary. Departed. Glasgow,
new wncans ; city iieiena, last tngiit;
Legal Tender, St, Louis.
Sr. Louts, Nov. 2. Arrived, Itob ltoy,
Keokuk ; Pauline Carroll, New Orleans.
Departed, Luko Superior, Keokuk ; Cap-
un liny, vicKsourg; tiunisviiip, anrovo
port; 11. M. Shreve, Memphis: Storm.
Ohio Kivor; Brown, Cairo. River falling.
tr earner ciouuy.
f Wit, 111 u Vnl. 1 1)..i,iima.. 1.
tfi.nriiiDi u , . tit & s!iciui a
steamer E. II. Durfec, which passed down
this p. m report that tho steamer Belfast,
captain Sedan from St. Louis for New
Orleans, struck a snag yesterday at head
of island 20, some 100 miles above here,
ana suriK in nvo leci water, nor bottom
it badly broken. No lives lost.
PittsIiuro. Nov. 2. River falling
slowly this p. in. with 6 feet, about 7 inches
in channel. Weather lowering with
a drizzling rain this p. m. Ironsides ar
rival last night with 3 barges of iron ore,
amounting to 900 tons, and left agaln for
Cincinnati with 3 barges of coal, contain
ing 65,000 bushels. Uomet loft lor St.
Louis. Arlington uxnected this cvenlni.
Junction will arrlvo to-morrow. It. It.
Hudson goes on.
UINCINNATI. Nov. 2. J. W. Garrett
fiassod down from Pomoroy for St. Louis
oaded with salt, and one of the Missis
sippi river transportation barges in tow
Laroe stock of dry goods at O. Ilanny's
60 barrels Hudnett's hominy and grits,
for salo by, G. D. Williamson.
Fine assortment of tablo damask, at C.
The Rev. Fred L.Thomson will prctch
in tho Methodist church to-morrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock, and in the evening at 7
o'clock. Sabbath school at 3 p.m.
For Rent. A good and prompt pav
ing tenant can rent a deslrablo house, ull
newly fitted up in complete order by ap
plying soon to Elliott ii Haythorn, 140
Commercial live. 1 1-3-1 w,
Uiooinson on Hawthorne. Col. T.
W. Higgintou will publish a paper on
Hawthorne'. "Scptimfus Felton," in tho
November number of 'ScribncrV
This evening will bo produced for
tho first timo in this city, tho burlesuqe
of Grantor Grcoley, at Philharmonic hall,
by tho Thalia society. Tho leading char
acters will be represented by Messrs.
Jaeckel and Prueis. Mono should fall to
teo this highly amusing play.
For Rent. Thu elegant brick resi
dence on Uolbrook avenue containing
eleven rooms, with doublo parlors. Apply
to S. P. Wheeler,
11-1-lw Over First National Rank.
of ladies' fans at C.
Wanted. Books to write up, or copy
ing to do. Would take a situation till
the first of March 1873, either as book
keeper or levoo clerk.
Address P. box 118 P. O., or enquire at
the Arlington House. It
The ENTKRPiiibiNo Turners. The
Turuer society propose to build a new
ball on the corner of Tenth and Poplar
streets. Tho building is to be made of brick;
it will bo two stories high and its dimen
sions will bo fifty feet wido and eighty-
11 vo feet deep.
Wk call thu attention of our citizens to
tho advertisement of Dr. Blum, surgeon
and mechanical dentist. Tho doctor has
located in Cairo and brings with him
proofs of a largo and successful experience
In dental work. Wo find him a clever
gentleman and take pleasure in recom
mending him to our people
This evening will bo produced for
tho first time in this city, the burlesque
of Greeley or Grant, at Philharmonic ball,
by the Thalia society. The leading char
acters will bo represented by Messrs.
Jaeckol and Pruess, None should fail to
too tl.ls highly amusing play.
Sudden DeaTU. The many friends of
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Parsons will be pained
to learn of tho sudden death of their little
daughter Mary, aged four years. The
little girl bad an attack of croup on Fri
day and died ou Saturday morning. Her
body was taken to Evansvillo, whoro Mr.
and Mrs. Parsons formerly resided, for
Mr. Black, of tho City Shoo Store
has returned to tbo city, having purchased
a very large stock of fall and winter
boots and shoes, which bo is now dally re
ceiving. Mr. Black hu selected hi goods with
his usual caro and taste, and guarantees
his friends and patrons who may call upon
him, a first-class article. Mr. B. lav
ing met with such good success in intro
ducing ladies', misses' and children's cus
tom made shoes of Brolaski make, has
mado arrangement with the above gen
tlemen tor a line of their 'gentlemen's
and youths' hand made boots and shoos,
to which ho ivites the attention of tho
gentlemen of Cairo. 10-19-tf.
Hymenial. Tho marriugo of Mist
Emma Arter and Mr. Phil. Saup, at the
residenco of Mr, C. D. Arter on Seventh
street, night beforo lust, was a vory pleas
ant occasion, not only to the principal ac
tors, but to tho assemblod company which
consisted of the relatives of tho brido and
groom. Tho ceremony, which took placo
at half-past nine o'clock, was performed
by Father Hoffman, and immediately af
ter, tho contents of a boautifully and
bountifully spread tablo received proper
attention. Tbo elogant flowers which
adorned tho table, otc, wero from Metrop
olis. Tho brido rocolvcl many beautiful
and appropriate prosents. Tho fostivitlot
lasted till about midnight, and when the
company separated, it wot with the most
heartfelt wishes for tho prosperity and
happiness of Mr. and Mrt. Phil, Saup.
Call nnd too tbo largo stock ot dry
good,at O. Ilanny's.
ATTKNTION,.SIU KNIGHTS I
X A regular conclave of Cairo coin-
mandory No. 13 K. T. will be held
VNat the asylum Monday evening,
November 4th, Bojourninp Sir Knights
are courteously invuea to Mitenu
Narrow Eioapb. Mr. Bogan of Mist,
otirl, was yesterday afternoon injured
It was at first thought fatally, by a mov
ing train on tho Illinois Central railroad
track, Tho unfortunate man was ttruck
on the sldo of tho head, and rendered In
tensiblo. Dr. Wardncr, who attended
him, thinks he may recover.
Brevities. An Interesting letter from
our St. Louis correspondent Is crowded
out for want of room.
The "Monologuo entertainments" of
Sol Smith Russell aro advertised for next
week at tbo Atheneum. Russoll is a fvorite
with Calroltet and will draw good houses.
The weather yesterday was chilly,
dull and disagreeable.
A branch of the paper bag manufac
tory of Bemls.'Brown & Co., St. Louis,
bat been opened by Mr. Wilgut of the
firm, In P. Chul't building on the levoo.
A child's whito fur cap with a red wing
fastened on the side. Itwas loston Thurs
day night last, between tho corner of
Ninth street, Washington ave., and tho
corner of Eighth street und Commercial
ave. A liberal reward will bo given If
left at tho hotel, corner of Eighth ttroot
and Ohio lovco. 11-3-21.
A Sad Case. A caso bat come to our
knowledgo which wo think dosorves tho
attention of the charitably disposed peo
ploof this city.' In tbo flro (f n few
nights ago, Mrs. Warren, a deserving
widow woman, who has four children, lost
all hor furnlturo and clothing. Mr. M. D.
Gunter bat given tho unfortunate woman
shelter in hit homo on Twentieth street.
Sho It howover without furnlturo, bed
ding, clothing, etc. Wo have laid the caso
beforo our christian renders. "Tbo poor
you have always with you."
Personal. Mr. Linegar went to
Thebes and Clearcrcek Thursday to make
his last speeches for Grant.
Col. Taylor, chairman of tbo street
commitleo of tho city council, has received
a telegram from tbo Illinois Central rail
road company informing him that tho
company hat accepted the city's proposi
tion in refcrenco to tho removal of their
tracks on Ohio levoe, and tho chlof engin
eer of thu road will bo in Cairo shortly to
commence work. Tbit will bo gratifying
news to our citizens generally, and par
ticularly to tho teamsters who havo been
contemplating tho old plank road with
great disgust for several months past.
Police Court. F. Bross, presiding.
John Crow, drunk, was fined $2 and costs.
Pete Hanncssy, drunk, find $2 and
costs. Paid .
Tom Sullivan, drunk and disorderly
on tho streets, fined $0 and costs. Sent to
work on tho streets for eight days.
John Ward was arrested for boing
drunk, too drunk to walk, fined $2 and
costs, and turned over to McUule to keep
watch and ward over him for five days.
Dennis Driscoll, up again for another
drunk was fined $2 and costs. Sent to jail
for fivo days.
George Weiss, for drunker s;, fined
S2 and costs. George being a cripple, was
sent to the United States marine hospital.
James Muny, drunk, tent on chnin
gang for fivo days.
Noiiodt denies that if jou would have
oysters by the plate, stowed, fried, roasted
raw or on tho half-shell, by the dozen,
can or barrel, there Is only ono place in the
city whore you can get tho freshest, juiciost
and best. That placo by common consent
is tho Thalia Oyster saloon, at the corner
of Twelfth street and Wasington avenue,
and, whilo there, if you should chance to
call for a glass of St. Louis lager; a glass
of wine, native or foreign, or something
of a stronger kind, your own good taste
will testify that Jaeckel keeps the best.
Then go to tho Thalia, call for what you
want to rat or drink, and if you are not
moro than satisfied, everybody will say
that you must charge your dissatisfaction
to your own depraved taste. tf.
Blum Si Auson havo received the sec.
ond installment of their largo stock of fall
and winter goods and offor them to cus
tomers at greatly reduced prices, having
made their purchases since the lato de
clino In wool, which enables them to offer
drcssgoods, flannels, shawls and all woollen
and mixed goods at twenty per cent, bo
low previous pricos. Shawls which
brought $8 a week or to ago are now of
fered at $0. They call particular attention
to their stock of boots and shoes, among
which may be found a handsome assort
ment of ladles' nnd children's shoes of the
best mako and latest styles, all of which
will bo sold remarkably cheap. All the
new styles of dress goods, shawls, wraps,
nd an immenso variety of notiont, rib
ons, etc , will bo found on their shelves.
A vaunt, Indigestion I The Chatter
Oak stovo is tho most interesting
and Important feature in tho family
economy; for it fills tho houto with
warmth, tbo tablo with good cheer, nnd
Erovents that dreary aspect and fhdigesti
lo meals that brings sourness of temper,
discomfort and dissatisfaction.
IN THE GOLDEN AOE OK OIRLHOOD
Preserve tho beauty of tho teeth with
Sozodont, and then, when tho hair Is sil
vered and the eyes dimmed with years,
the mouth will still reveal two glittering
rowt of unsullied ivory. 10-3J&wlw
In overy quarter of the globo whero it
Is known, and thero aro fow indoed whero
it is not, tbo Mexican Mustang Liniment
takct precedence of all similar prepara
tions. Its transcendunt merits have ob
tained for it a popularity seldom reached
by any proprietary medicine. In itt In
fancy tho fiat of itt success was pro
nounced in tho wide-spread endorsement
which It received from physicians, veter
inary surgeons, horseman and tho public
generally, No one now thinks of ques
tioning its claim to be considered the stan
dard liniment of America.
THE Fill 13 LAST NIGHT.
HORSE AND A MULE
The tradgedy of the Chicago fire was
onaoted In thit city last night on a very
and with a few omissions. A stable on a
Twenty-eighth street was entered by
boy with tt lighted kerosene lamp.
In setting the lamp down, the
boy coldentally overturned it
setting flro at' once, to the strw
la the stable and causing a fire which.
"GO, BOTTS !" KCLIPSEDI
compounding of the
A CAULDRON TABLEAU THAT OUT-
. JiAlir.lllt .UAUIKTII.
CAIRO THE SCENE OF WONDERFUL
.11 131 Kid
Aiiu.MUHT SPECTACLE IN THE
WHAT SHALL BE BRADLEY'S ANOEL
WHERE ARE THEY? GONEr
Our oxpoture of tho weird nrocess bv
which our Radical friends induce the mis-
guided colored men to vote for Orant and
Wilson has led to now developments,
report of which we feel constrained to lay
ueioro our readers this morning. On Frl
day night last, about twclvo o'clock the
awful hour of night when churchyards
yawn and graves glvo up their dead
whllo wo were sitting beforo a stovo in
which a little firo was Industriously "going
out, and whilo our mind ?as deoply In-
loresteu in Jiulwor's remarkabl novel on
tl'led "A Strange Story," wo wero startled
by a low, decisivo rap at our chambor
door. After hosltatlng a moment, tlio
spell of tho story boing upon us,
wo arose nnd opened the door.
Our astontshmont was intensified
when a colored man about tho size, ago
j and features of Wm. Scott stepped across
tbo thrcshbold. Ho looked nround in a
mysterious manner, and after a
pause, in n sepulchral whisper, said:
Mr. Bulletin, frlondofmy raco, como
with ine, and I will show you mysteries
that will throw Into tlio shado tho " Go
Hots 1 horror."
" Who?'' Inquired we, somewhat irrele
vantly. "There," ho replied, pointing in the
uiiukiioii ui mo uarracKS.
"Heavens I'' wo ejaculated turning palo.
Then, mustering courage, wo asumed tho
ntitudo of Hnmlot, and shouted :
"Goon, wo'll follow thool"
At this a couplo of our friends who had
been sitting with us ono a vory largo
man, about tho slzo of McIIalc, and n
smaller man, about tho size of Stockflcth,
caught hold of us, when this original
dialogue look placo :
Our Fritndi. You shall not go.
H. Hold off your hands I
Our FritmU. Be ruled, we're busted If you
BV. Our fate cries out, ami nukea each
petty nrtcry in this body as hardy as Bar
numV lion's nerve. Scott beckon. Still
are we called. Tako your hands off us,
gentlemen! Breaking from them. By
Mrs. Woodhull, wo'll make a ghost of him
that let us. Wo say, away! Goon, we'll
Exucnt Scott and the Bulletin.
A note. Here wo And it necessay to be
dramatical, and therefore, drop into
verse that Slmkspcurc might be proud of.
SCENE II. A rnnott part of the Jiiirraclt.
nter SCOTT and tht BULLETIN.
JMhtin. Whither wilt thou lend mo !
Speak; I'll go no lurther.
Scott. Mark me.
fiullttin. 1 will.
Scott. My hour is almost como
When I to sulphurous and tormenting Munu,
Must render up myself.
Jiullttin. Ala, poor Bill!
Scott. Pity me not, hut lend thy serious
To what 1 shall unfold.
Scott unfold a pamphlet entitled: "A
Book of Practical Recipe, by Dr. D.
dulse." und turn to n:uru 29. in whleh i
the great Hindoo necrut or churm called
loii e drop, or love powder, uud places
ma linger on u magic woru.
Tableaux. A dlsolviiur view 'which
show the Bulletin the Radical leaden of
Cairo compounding the great lluUe
Intcror ol tho Radical Wigwam. In the
middle u cauldron boiling. Thunder, and
Lightning Whlky. Enter Hulu, Linegar,
Munu, Klilier, Vo.t, Mclvclag, Bird, (Ibid
lie'. Bradley uud three Colored Witches.
1 t'itc.. Thrice the Linegar hath drank.
2 Witch. Thrice; and ouco tho tall Yost
3 Witch. Munu now cries.: 'Tis time, 'Tit
Ilulie. Round about the cauldron go ;
Nigger's wool now In It throw
Nlggcr'H toe nail finely pared,
Nigger'. sock not too much aired,
Venom Irom thu serpent got ;
Boll these in the charmed pot.
All, Hrant-ee, (lriuit-ee, vote wo double,
Stuff the box; and, cauldron bubble,
They dance nround the cauldron, each to .
different tuni' I IuIho leading tu tlio tune
of High Daddy In the Morning," .Munu to
the tune of "Whero aru now the hopes I
Cherished," Fisher, with a sprightly xtep.
to the tune of "Put .Mo in my Little Bed,"
Yost to the tune of "You Know How it Is
Yourself," and .luko Bradley to the tuno
of "What Shall be my Angel Name,
IMtt, Biggest bone of rablt's foot,
In the cauldron now I put ;
Tongue of lying Radical,
Lie of which wo 're prodigal,
Black lamb's blood, from left car, drops ;
Tobacco J nice from store of Saup's,
l.lzzard's log and owlet's wing
Whllo brother Danny Munu doth sing.
Wo all lovo good Ulysses,
Wo praiso htm every day ;
And Hud tho business plcasaiit,
With cent.pcr cent, for pay.
Wo gather In the money,
And pas the people by,
Oh, wu'ru a band of cormorants,
And ' How I that for high J"
There's bully D. T. Linegar,
Grant's elector he's at large ;
Ho works almost for love, does Dave,
Hu don't know how to charge.
But Yost and I aro sharper,
There' business in our eye,
Wo tako It in with nonchalance,
Saying : How is that for high f "
Wo don't caro for tho niggers,
But wo vote them every man,
They all contribute to tho purse,
Of tho undersigned, your Dan.
And their contributions please me,
I never pats them by,
But tako them from tlio black galutos ;
Saying : " How is that for high 7 "
Ml. Grant-eo, Grant-ee vote wo doublo,
Stuff tbo box ; givo Horace trouble,
liulit. Now Yost tuno loud your lyre.
Add fuel to tho firo.
All. Go In!
Yott. Singing. a
Don't you hear the buzzing
Of tho tossy Horace G. t
He's skakiRg-ap the Radicals,
Ho will Rot let 'em be. M
Horace Q., arable
Let us be .iu-,S,,
My naac Is Casper Talloak Yost,
And I worship U. S. O,,
1 curse the blasted rascal
Who are fighting for II. O.
Bread aad Be
Will part If the foolish people
Elect old I.orace G.
I've a brothor stirnamcd Jacob,
Who I uglier than me !
And he will also take the teat,
If We elect our O.
.Tako and me
Can't get along together well
I don't want Honest G.
So raise the shout, good fellows,
For the Radical big O.,
He's a bully sort of fellow
For office men like me ;
But Horace O.,
Go way from mo I
Good gracious how he bothers Us
That horrid Horace G. !
All. Grant-ec, Grant-ec voto wo double.
Stuff the box, give Horace trouble.
liulit. A. round the cauldron we do go,
Tripping the light Tautantlo toe,
Slug, Oh, Jacob Bradley, sing,
Make the wigwam loudly ring.
I've often ncard it said ob late
Dat Sotif Ca'llnn was de Stato ;
Whar. handsome niggers bound to hlne
Like Old Jake Brad ob Cairo-line.
For Maa Dan he tole ine o,
I'm the bct looking nigger In Calrl-o,
I look in tho glasfi and I find It so,
Just a Dan Munn tolc me, 0
I go right hard for Maa Grant,
An' vote for Horrors G. Isliant ;
I take no Liberal still! In mine,
Wc go it "tralght ob tlio Cairo-line ;
ForMas..i Dan, etc.
Dl chile he made a bully cow,
Out ob a late election. How i
Look In this eye, with that of thine ;
The green you see 's ob the Cairo-line-ForMassa
I'm Uuelu Jake of Cairo litis ;
l take a little Munn In mine ;
I vote the way that pay ine best,
And Dan pays well a do the n-t.
'Cause I iim Jake of Cairo-lino ;
I'm the best looking nigger In Call l-o,
1 look In de glass and found It o
Handsome Jake of Culro-lliic,
Enter Pope. Sensation. The dame stop.
Slow and mournful music
J'-pt. O, well done! I commend your
And every one shall share the gain-.
And now about tlio cauldron sing,
We master of the Cairo ring.
Sonu. Black men and white,
Red men and grey ;
Mingle, mingle, mingle ;
You that mingle may !
1'ope. By tht pricking of my thumb,
Something wicked this way come :
Open, locks, whoever knock.
IMlttm. How now, you secret, black anil
What Is't you do f
All. A deed without ;i name!
Mulletin. I conjure you, by that which you
(Hnwc'rryou came to do It,) answer ine:
Though you invoke the passions, uud they
Against the people ; though black Ignorance
Confound and swallow the Republic tip ;
Though tyranny oppress u and dlshoticsty
ti rob ;
Though greet states topple ou the people'
Answer me !
firadlry. We'll answer.
JJird. Say, If thou wouldst rather hear It
from our mouths
Or from our musters?
Jiullttin. Call them; let me sec them?
Iluln. Pour in sow'a blood, that hath
Her nine farrow; grease, that's woaten
From the murderer' gibbit, throw
Into the flame.
All. Come high, come low,
Thyself und office deftly show.
Thunder. An army of office-holders. Carpet-bag
thieves, ballot-box stuffers.Mosbv,
Longsircct and other rebels, etc.
Jlulletin, These be your master ; catlilsnll
Patriotism lies. Tho people are Indifferent,
And sleep in vplte of thunder.
I'opt, Ay, sir, all this is so. But why
Stands the Bulletin amazedly.
Come niggers, that I used to sell,
And show lilm now our greatest
1'JI charm the uir to give a sound,
While you perform your antique round,
Tnat Bulletin may kindly say,
Our duties did his welcome pay,
Music. The Jilttcl Guanli ol the crowd
da ice, and all slowly vanish, leaving a
grease spot whero llulse went down.
Jiullttin. Where aro they? Hone? Let
this pernicious hour
Stand aye accursed In tho calander.
Inlected bu the air whereon they ride,
And damned all those that trust them.
Well, our presence, evldontly broko
tho spell. Tho Voting Charm was not
compounded; and therefore. our Radical
friends will bo compelled to rulv on the
tho "Go, Botsl" ceremony.
How tad I
KKEf out tue com.
Stuart & Qholson call special attention
to their largo and varied stock of Gents,
Ladies and Misses' undorwear. Thoy are
making a speciality of this olass of goods,
and aro determined to make it an attrac
tive feature of their business, and have ar
ranged thoir prlcet to as to placed thorn
within tho reach of all. They respectful
ly tolicit '.an examination of their stock
They are also offering a largo line of
hosiery at tho very lowest liviug prices.
stock of black silks at C
Mr. R. Jonos on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street , is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to till "all
orders on the shortest n
lio guarantees bothiMM,
of the latesfe-ft!
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