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OFFICE, BTTIiliEITIlSr BtTILIDING, COB. 12TI3: STEBBT A.3STX) -WABHIlirQTOlT
JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER R 1872
HOW THK UOSTONIAN'S ARE
GETTING ALONG AND
WHAT THK Y AUB DOING.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
ARREST OK INCENDIARIES.
SALOONS ALL CLOSED.
and ono of tliu Lacrosse division coming him with conspiracy, deception and fraudA
in, A man on the incoming train, named and printing counterfeit tickets In slmili
Mlcbeel Fay, was caught between ttio tudu to Republican tickets printed and
tender and locomotive, and Itiftantly killed, j voted by Republican of this state. Hen
No other casualltles or Injuries reported. , ners gavo ball for $10,000.
WAMUNmoN, D. C, Nov. la. A col
lision occurred this morning on tho Haiti
more and Potomac railroad, in the south
easloffi part of Washington. Four col
ored men Injured.
llKHTHUCTI VK UAI.K.
Uanuok, Mo., Nov. 13. A sovuro gate
commenced blowing here last evening, and
raged through tho night with great fury.
Schooner huraph was blown ashoie, and It
It reported that two or three others are
Hearted Especially for the Cairo Hnlletlu.
what tub HoaToKiANs Ant uoi.no.
Rostov, Nov. 13 A meeting of citi
zen! to confer upon the present emergen
cies and the future contingencies resulting
from the lire, was held in Tremont temple
to-day, Mayor Gaston presiding. In
opening the meeting Mayor Gaston said
"While I deeply regret the events so full
of disaster and destruction which have led
to thii meeting, I rejoice to believe that
you bare come up hero with resolute
hearts and determined wills, not to find
fault, but In a spirit of sympathy and gen
erous manhood, to meet the present wants
of the hour. He aald they had met to re
lieve distress, to adopt means to restore to
more than lis original beauty, and cer
tainly more than its original icurlty, the
burnt portion of our city. If any had
come for any other purpose, they had mis
taken the spirit of the meeting. That he
had received offeri of sympathy and aid
from all parts of the country, and It would
be false to tho city if he failed thus pub
licly to acknowledge the gratitude for such
expressions, rrom our own cuitcm, ioo,
. . If... -.!,..- f lliu in u
USVU also COuiis inaniieewnv"" w. ...v ......
m.,U Vtlm rfflnlfM that
God bad given them large hearts and
n.l 1.1 . m.,L
iar?e means, uiosr suumm ...m
and resolution! edopted In lavor of recon
structing the street lines of the burnt dli-
nn hutier ulan. tirnhibitini; Man
sard roofs: also In favor of erecting Mer-
chant'i Bichange in some central locality,
r.vnrln an eitra session of the leeislature,
to authorize tbo Issuing of building bonds
by the city, and for an application 10 me
general government for an extension of the
new post-office building upon the burned
jver lot adjoining, and for an act by con
jrets allowing drawbacks on building ma
UCAD HOD 1 13 rOL'MI).
On searching toe ruins on the site of
Ulions & Co's. store, Washington street,
Ibis morning, a small bundle of charred
human remains was found. It is Iuipoisi
Dle to Identify the remains, but it is known
.bat two wen perished in the flro at that
now TiitNiia ahk rHonnrsMNn.
Boston, Nov. 13. Considerable pro
gress has beerl made to-day in clearing
sway the debris, recovering safes and
levelling the walls In the burnt district,
the military guard will be continued un
til the burled vault and safes are recovered.
Fear are entertained that six persons
lost their lives by tho falling walls of
Week A Pattern' drug store on Sunday
morning, four of them being firemen.
Search will be made for bodies to-day.
The fact that incendiaries are about it
manifest by an attempt made last night to
Ore the table of North A Fottor, on Dud-
I - tlii.tnn M.lilat.rlu Til, alube
10 J ikied, '"6 " --
were torn oft' of the rear of the stable,
and hay stuffed between them and tho
celling and let on Are. Fortunately the
Are was discovered before It mudo much
Headway, and was extinguished. Another
mcondiary Are In the rear of a dwelling
house, No. 27 Conant treot, was also put
out with littlo damage. Last evening
several men and boy wore discovered
piling wood against a wooden dwelling
bouse on Prince slreat, and had kindled u
flro when a policemen arrived and arrested
several of tbo ruffians.
At noon to-day all the bar-room were
. 1 1 t... 1 - Attn mavnr Thn fnllt.
tary guard forming a cordon around the
burnt district has be-in Increased, and no
person ii allowed to pass without permit
ion. The military rule is n precaution
ary measure by request of the mayor.
A preliminary meeting of insurance ad
luster of leading American and English
companies whs held at tho Revere house
this evening. Thirty-six companies wore
represented but no definite action was
Uksn. It was proposed to appoint com
mlttees to settle all claims of risks. At a
meeting of the governor and executive
oouncll this evening, It was de
elded that legislation was un
wise, unnecessary ana prejudicial to
the whole country. Tho city was ijulot
last night end no arrests were mado. All
the theatre manager have tendorod bene
fits In aid of sufferers by lire. Tho police
stations are tilled with proporty roco-orod
from thieves, $16,000 worth has been re
stored to owners and $30,000 awaits claim
ants. Tbe gat was turned on to-day ; the
city U two nights in darkness.
JIilwadkii, Nov, 13. This morning
a collision occurred at Uurnham's switcb,
on the St. Pu. railroad, between a freight
train ef the northern division going out
Til I KHS' MESSAGE TO THK AS
KhMBLY. IT IS FAVORABLY RECEIVED.
Repotted K-p dally for fie llulletlii.)
Paki, Nov. 13. Tho message of Presi
dent Thiers was read by the tiationkl as
sembly to-day. The message begins with
thanks to God for progress in the work of
repuratiun, and the general pro'perty of
the country. Relerrlng to tho extraordin
ary success of the last loan asked by the
government It says: Tho whole available
capital of the commercial world was of
fered to Franco, half tho loan has been
rbilized in three months, Germany has
bsen paid 800,000.090 francs of wa indem
nity, and will receive 200,000,000 more in
December. The budget shows a de
ficiency of 132,000,000 francs for the patt
fiscal year; but estimates show that tbe
equilibrium of expenditure and revenue
will bo restored iu b"i, and that surplus
may bo looked for in 1874, Allusion Is
made to tbe disaster of the lato war, and
the cruel dismemberment of the country.
The frightful burden it had to bear in
the establisment of the republic, all
those things suddenly bursting in on the
surprised and dishoartened country might
have resulted in irreparable disaster
if order had not been maintained. A
forcible appeal it made to the theoretical
republicans nut to spare even excessive
sacrifices for order in their own interests.
Events have given them the republis, the
republic exists a legal government, and
an attempt at any different form of gov
ernment would lead to tbo most terriblu
revolution. The president deprecates the
formal declaration of tho republic by tho
assembly, l'he better policy would be to
impress on the Institutions of tho country
the fenturcs of conservative republicanism.
The nlsoluto need of France is repose.
Tbe masses might live through a few days
of agitation, but after frightening others,
it fears itself, and fulls into the arms of
an adventurer, travelling tho sad and hu
miliating Journey from anarchy to despot
ism and despotism to anarchy.
Tbo slightest fault Is sufficient to wreck
the republic. France, orderly and strong,
inspires confidence in lorelgn power
who desiro Hbove nil, just equilibrium.
France, it sho chooses not to isolate her
self, may become surrounded by trusting
and useful friend. To the assembly is
le't tho iniation of constitutional mens-
urei. The decisive momon; nas aruveu
for the work. The pretidenl promises de
ference co-operation, and concludes by in
voking God to bless the work of tho as
sembly, and render complete and durable
consummation which has not been at
tained since the commencement of tho
century. The message was well received
by tho Left, to whom it gives great satis
A Mian r, N. V., Nov. 13. Ono of the
small Iron safes of the Walerlord bank
was found in Webster street near tho dock
hern today. Its contents when In the
bank, some $34,000 In bonds, were gone.
In a bag found yesterday were twenty j
gold and seal rings, some of them heir
looms which had been In the possession of
families owning them for over a, century. ,
It has been ascertained that n mini named
Ford ot Clifton park, had (00,000 deposi
ted in the bank, n lens which was unknown
before. Tho totul amount taken by tho
thieves is computed by the directors at
it 10,000. No trace has been obtained of
MA.IOK MOItKAU MllOT.
LofJANM'oitr, Ind., Nov. 13. Judge
DykeuiHii a prominent citizen of this
place, shot Will C. Morcau to-day, lato
sponsor to Mr. O'Cofior at tho Louisville
convention, and editor of tho Loguntport
Sun. Tho cause of the snooting whs the
appearance of an article In lust week'c
Sun, denouncing Dykeman. Moreuu's
wound is serious but not fatal. On last
evening a mob comprising about fifty
men prepared to tar and feuther Mr.
Mureau, but were foiled by the police, six
weio arrestid and jailed. Tho men ar
rested were employed by Dykelinn
Major Moreau shot by Dykeman to-day
is not to seriously wounded h it was at
first supposed, yot ho Is In aprecatlous con
dition. Tne excitement In tho city has
inc weather and rnln to-morrow In the
South Atlantic nnd Gulf states, Southerly
to Southwesterly winds, and partly cloudy.
The weather will pruvail in the North
west nnd thencoto Missouri, Uuppor and
Lower Ohln valley. Northerly to West
erly winds. Clear and partly cloud v
weather, with occasional light rains anil
snow, or upper lakes brisk and high.
Southerly and Northerly winds, threaten
ing weather and rain, extending to Illi
noi and Ohio, warning sisals contlnuo
at Diiluth, Chicago, Milwaukee, Grand
Haven, Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, Huf
falo, Oswego nnd Rochester.
Foreign Advertisements. Foreign Advertisements.
MORTON THE CAUCUS NOMINEE
TRIAL OF THK REV. GILBERT
WATERFORD HANK SAFE FOUND
WILL C. MOREAU SHOT.
Reported Especially lor tho llulletlii.)
THK IlKTERENll OESTLKJAN'h TRIAL.
Louuvillb, Nov. 13. Tho trial 1
Rev. Gilbert II. Robertson on the charge of
intoxication and lewdness commenced
huro to-day before tho Louisville Presby
tery. Ono witnes testified to seeing him
intoxicated on a train. Also to seeing him
in a Chicago sloeping car with n woman
who wa not his wife. Depositions pre
ferring previous drunkenness wero read
and tho Presbytery adjourned until to
Wm. !. Hrown tleoplng car conductor
botween Louisville and Chicago, testified
Robertson look section on his car about
the 17 of July, and traveled from Chicago
to Indianapolis, Robertson aclod as if
under the inlluanco of liquor. He hud
lady with him closely veiled. Ho and
lady occupied lower berth together. Saw
him lay his head in Ihu ludy's lap und hug
hor, Acted liko a newly married couple
Robertsou brought h glass of beer into
the car And offorod it to the lady who re
fused, and he drank it hlmsolf. David
Hiss, porter of the sumo car, corroborate
Rrown's testimony. Said he mado up
only lower berth In tho section, and It had
been, oscuplod by Kobertson and the vailed
lady together. Saw both get into the
berth. They oemed very loving. Saw
Kobertsou hu the lady. The testimony
for defense will bo heard to-morrow.
Nw Orleans, Nov. 13, K. II. Ben
ners was arrested by deputy U.S. marshal
and taken before Commissioner Shannon
upon affidavit of J.Li, Ingrahatn, oharglog
I.MJlANAl'oLlf, Nov. 13. Tho senate
and house of representatives met in their
repectlvo hulls at 2 o clock this afternoon
and organized without delay. Tho house
elected W. K. Edwards of Vigo, speaker.
G. W. Friedlcy cf Lawrence, was elected
president of tbe senate. Theso and all tho
other officers elected are tbe Republican
caucus nominee. The governor's message
will bo delivered to-morrow.
lxoiA.SAl-OLia. Nov. 13. Tho Repub
lican caucus held to-night, ut which all the
Ropubliean members of both houses wore
present, the following resolution was unun-
WAsiUNoro.v, 1). 0., Nov. 13. A moet
ng of prominent educators including Gen
erals Eaton and VanBuren, Mr. SpotTord,
librarian of congress, and -Mr. Harry,
commissioner of education of Ohio, was
hold to-day to adopt the best method of
having tho educational system of this
country reprcented at tho Vienna exposi
tion. It was resolved that there should
be tent to Vienna lull reports embracing
educational statistics, together with scnool
reports of Mates, cities and town, law and
medical schools, colleges and universities
of this country, and that tlnro also bo
erected on the ground assigned to the Uni
ted States buildings to represent Ameri
can schools in lull operation, with all
di-sk", chair, maps and other appertain-
aiicc't of the institution.
MLK WEAVKKS NTKIKE.
Patkrson, N. J., Nov. 13. Tho i!k
weavers in Tllton & Sons' l'luenix mills
in this city, tho largest establishment of
the kind in tho United Slates, quit woik
to-day, tho proprietors insisting on a re
duction ol twenty per cent, lit wages.
The strikers number UoO men and ap
prentices, whoto wuges aggregate to
about 53,000 per week.
New York, Nov. 13, Charles Francis
Adams arrived by steamship Russia,
HORSES DYING IN
THE EPIZOOTIC HAS
, ;VW.),0I,K N"v- I3' I--""' un -Flour
(lull. Wheal quiet (I AHOi 1 Hi; choko
l 60; red tl H(y til; Amber $1 l.V,.
70. Corn quiet lljll jc. Oats quiet
but firm 43rV4N'. Receipt.: flour 22,000;
wheat m,IM; Corn 70,(100; oats 48,000.
Mess pork nominal $1,7 C'JJM.'i 75.
Lard quiet fc$c. Whiskey firm and
nominal 0(5 Jc. Gold 13 J.
Cincinnati. Nov. 13 vumr u
HATCH ELOU'S HAIH DYE.
Till" imperii hnlr dye Is the hot In the
world perfectly hannle, reliable and In
1 ManUniMiti". NmlUuppnlntinciit. The gen
uine W. A. Katchelor's Hair I)y produce
iinmcdlntriy oliaturalhlackorbrown. Doei
not stain the skin but leax-sthc hair cleans
wit mid bcailtiful. The only Mife and per
fect hair dye. Sold bv all ilni'.'gl-t". Fac
tory, 10 Itonil Mreet, N. Y.
Iluppv relief to voting men from the clft'cl
of error"" and abil-'eilii early life. Manhood
re-tnreil. Impediment l .Marriage re- i
iti'ived. New method of treatment. New
ami remarkable remedies. Hook and crlctt.
I.tr i-ont fre, in sealed envelop. . . ,
Aildrc, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No.
2 South Ninth st- Philadelphia, Pa. an In
stitution haliiK a liiuh reputation lor honor
able conduct and profee-lonal skill.
ANTKIi for an entirely n
TJ3.E HOME OUT1
Wkhnkhoav asv Tiiuhhdat Kv'.nob.
NiiU-inbel llllh and I4th.".1872.
Would respectful utiliotiin'e hi- elastic
Acfnattn w.iri. of utimujl Intercit,
Vliifcnr Illttrr. ire not u vile Tanry un, .
SitJile ol Poor Hum. Whlskt, I'rmif Spirit iil
Uefiii MqtuiK, Uoclotrtl, cici-,l, iut cetrtni
In pirate the t.nte. raiieil 'Tunic.'' "Appcllcr,'
" ItestorerV' Ac., Ili.it leniltlie tippler on in ilrimV.
(btiess oinl ruin Imt :it a true .Mt-llclne. inailc
rrom the tiathe root ninl herb of California. Ife
Irrim all Alcoholic Stltnulaiil. 11ie air the (.tv.it
.n ..w iiiiini. rpii I 4Nn - I . t v T-i . i . I , , . I-N I ,-T- 'II II mul I'ltMnor nd.l i, I ir...l..n MHimtn n .. II... .
I oj. Cotti quiet, old now 37(T. StT, . . V . ... Jteiiinmor nnl Invitfor.itor uf theiein. catrunir
4Bc. OaU steadv it 77. w (,.,,,.' I he u'riinde-t and mot popular lionk 01 1. 0rr all ii.imin nutter ninl n-ionnir the 1 1
Urn, ...i.i.iiino. in'V,Tor .:, , ""w "dlliig la-ter than any other three hook to n healthy rondlllon, riirli-hliiu' it, rr'hiiiir uml
II r 111 , miauiinc. lBir,nl8sc. IiI.Lm,. 1.1 v.... ...... 1.5 ..,..,.,1 nii..nr.ni,n i.h, ,i.i ..,..1 1...... n.... ...
LT.ivlnL'"- One .ent took one htinilred and .
firm at 01c. Mess ii.rk nuiet. n.,w stJ-
cut meat quiet; shoullers 1 je; clear rib
ic; ciear .jc; tiacon quel; shoulder &(;
L'r.-ulnL'v Uttc Ayent took one htinilred ami
lourtecn In ten ila, Tho hot chance to
make money ever ollered. Acent wanleil
clear rib lOjc; cleur lOJc: hoys iiuict at y)wro. M-nd fur our circular with
-3 H.V7 4 fm iini. 'i-i . . , term, (tmuriia'-e(l), deer ptlott. endore-
steam if, Kettle ij. lO-lTdAwlm W2 N. th t St. Unlit, Mo.
Nkw Orleans, Niv. 111. Arrived ! -
Murv L. Ioe. Dennrt.il I? tl ti. I
LuuihVU.LE, Nov. VA, Tho hip
pophalgia is spreading very radiply
among horses. Probably tho transporta
tion business will bo seriously allected bo
toro to-morrow nigni. Jluny mules re
ported attacked, and one or two street con.
tractors have suspended work In conse
Philadelphia, Nov. 13. Many horses
aro dying here nf the prevailing disease,
"SVhkki.ino, Nov. 12. Tho epizootic
has reached this city. Twonty-ono horses
seized with tbo diseaso in one stable last
night, other stubles seriously nffectod, but
to what extent cannot badaflnitely known.
The effect on business begins to bo felt
already, and great oxcitement pruvails
among owners of horses'
"Wasiumiton, D. O. Nov. 13. lrobn
billtlcs Tho barometer will probably
continue falling over lower lakes, and
tnenco over tue enure sections 01 tno mid'
die state arid New England, with South
westerly to Southeasterly winds, threaten
.ilury J-.. Poe. Departed. E. II. Durfee,
noceipts; Hour 6,00(5, com 857, oats Ml, hay
109, bran 100, pork 380 bacon 108 casks,
hams 1M tierces, lard l)i tierces and CO
keys, whiskev 10, cotton 3.180. Flour
dull, XX 55 87 J; low trible $0 60f7(O 02;
good do $C 71f.i7 'Jo; clolco do il COfi,1);
cholco 8 21(,'.i V. Cm dull, CW'iOc.
Oats qulot, 4K(oj45c. Hay scarce, prime
IWijlH 10; choice $20. Urandull,$l 07.
Pork, no market, buven waitinc for bet
ter supplies. Hacon dull, CJfTill C?i 12C
Hams icarce, 19j(5,20c. Cotton in lair de
mand, 8Jc. Sterling Ex. 22; sight J dis
count. Chicaoo, Nov. 13. 2:40 p.m. Flour
quiet and steady. "Wbtat active and eas
ier, $ 021 02J cath; Si O'jjfT.t 02J
November and jer. Cirn stead v and less
active. 32c cash; l'Vlc November;
SUrllJc December. Oats steady, fair
demand, 21 c cash; i2CiYJc December:
22jo"i22jc .January. Rye quiet and firmer,
otlenngs light; No 2 salahlo 52c. Ilarley
firmer, good demand; No 2 01(5,62c.
Pork heavy, offered $12 37 March; new
nominal ut $13 50 pnt. 'Lstd, easier;
sales 1,000 at 7Jc spot. S, P. hams quiet
at lCKllc. meats quiet and nominally
easier. Whiskev quiet; buyers at 891e,
held at 00c. ' 5
St. Louis, Nov. 13. Flour unchanged.
Wheat, sprinc firmer. 2 soft SI 14: fall
dull and lower; 3 red 67c. Corn tin-
banned. Harlev dull. 2 snrini? fi7n.
Whiskey 00c. Pork lower S15 7Cf7,ltl:
dry salt lower, clear sides packed, deliver
able next week 7jc. Hacon unchanged,
only small order trade.
ew 1 ork, Nov. 13. 10:55 a. m. Gold
3J; W. U. T. Ex. 931; W. F. A Co. S7i:
rm. 011; U.S. Ex. 171: P. mail 89. N.
Y. C. OolftOll: H. R. R. IS: II. 1141:
M. C. 113f; M.S. 89lfn89.
New York. Nov. U, 11:10 a.m. (Jold
31; I.C. up 30; C. and P. 88 J; N. V.
4j81; dopfd.80; R. I. lu; Mil St.
'.61; do pfd. 741; T. nnd W. 70: Ft.
W. 921; C. and A. 10S: S. O. and Mls.
51; 11. H. and E. 7s; H. and St. Jo. 32:
P. mail 8B1Q59; C. and 1. 32.
hew iork, i.v. 13, 12:10 p.m Gold
13J; N. Y'.C.04, Erie 49J; M.S. 891; R. I
10&1.N. W.8I1; W U. 701: Pac.SSl: U. P
li; Wabash 70; O.ic M. 451; C. C. A' J.
2j: W. F. Ex. 7J.
New Y'oiik, 13, "12 30 p m. Gold 131:
U. S. 0s of "81 15; do coupons 17; 5-JOs of
C2 12J; do 04 12 j; do 'tlO 12?(a 131; do C,"i
now itsuo 14J; do 07 lGs(i,l5; do OS
coupons 15: 10-40 7ra8: do coupons SJ
i,a; currency os i.y u. ftprltngexchani;e
1101; now os 93 J.
y.v 1 ork, Nov. 13 Money tight
10. Gold heavy 113V.I 1131: i-ov t firm
nd steady; stato bonds dull: 'heavy stock
trong and active: W. U. T. 771: Pacific
: water power 45; Ad s 931: Kitrco 87.1.
American 091: U. S. 771: X. Y '. 91':
Erie 49 ; pfd 71; Panama J3t3; U. P :!.':
Shoro 891; Pitt SSI: N. W 841.
fd 8(5; Cleveland & Columbus 881.
R. I. 108J; St. Pat.l ol: pfd 74.1; Wabash
in, uu or, n, sTHyiiui2; j. anil la;
Hurt, and Erie 71; 'ind.Cent 321' H.nnd
St. J. 32.
St. Louis. Nov. 13. Flour dull, extra
$5 OOfTTO; XX 0 25(77(5 7.1: XXX iO 7o
7 &U; family $7 7&0T.8 25. Wheat,
tprlng llrmer, .No 2 ?l 08; No 2 1.0ft
4-1 11; fall dull, No I red SI 35; No 3
1 57. Corn unchanged. No 2 mixed
H21(7;33c; No 2 white mixed 38f7i3Uc.
Otttn more buovant, No 2 2o(T( 25.1c. Hur
ley unchanged, No 2 spring S'c. Ryo
unchanged. Pork steady, old mess SI 15;
new S14; dry salt meat quiot and enier
for buyert; shoulders 56jc; clear rib 8e;
clear sides Sc order lots. Hacon quiet,
supply light; shoulders til7c; clear rib
iic, cioar sines uj(i i;. Hums lOJOi,
10c. Lur.l ouiot, lirimo team 7fc: coun-
try kettle 7J(oi8f, Coll'eo ouiot. Rio ISlfal
lo round lots. Louisiana suuar acitve.
lOOiMlje fair to prime lligltwines steady
and firm, 00c. Cattlo aulet and un
changed. Hogs eusier, S3 80(4 10 pack
ers lots, llecoipts lfi.000.
Ciiiuaoo.Nov. 13. Flour miiet. Wheat
steady, No 1 spring Si 14, No 2 SI 02 j
spot or November, $1 03 DecetnLor.
uorn irregular and unsettled, closed dull;
No2tnixed313(7i32c. Oats steaav. No
2 21c. Kyo steady. No 2 51 loi52c. Har-
loy nctivo and higher, No 2 fall 02o.
Provisions quiet and weak. Muss pork
nominally $13 2507113 50: now cash sales
January $12 25. Lard steudy 71n spot,
Hum moats dull and nominal, lor old
hams in plcklo sold 10Jllc; short
boxed 7c; short rib clear January
THE MOKMON WIFE.
Till thrilling book comprise the aihcn
turc and experience ol 11 woman written
by hcr-elf for year the wife of a .Mormon
projiliet di-cln-liix cvcryi him; the mot
tacitiatin book extant, steel portrait of
the Autlmrc", portrait of leading Mormon.
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DISCOVERY, I perfect. It Is warranted
tv contain neither Sugar of Lend Huljihtir or
Nitratu of Silver, it doe not Mill the clothe
or scalp, i agreeably perfumed, and makes
one of the bct dretni; for tho Hair iu uc.
It re.tores the color of the Hair "more per
fect and uniformly than any other prepara
tion." und alwav doe- o In from tlirco to
ten davs. virtually lecdin? the root with the
nonri-Iiin qualities ncce.-ary to It urowth
and healthy condition: It rotor the de
cayed and' Induces a new growth of the
lliilr more po-ltlvelv than anything el-e.
The application of till Wonderlitl dl-eox-erv
al-o produces a pica-ant and cooling
effect on the calp and give the Hair a
plea-lug and eleiriint appearance.
Call ut 011r lrnirjrl-t for It ami take no
other. If" he ha not got It let him order it
Price $1 per bottle.
Itneutorand Prnprletor, Wa-liliiftoii U.C.,
JOHNSTON. HOLI.OWAY & CO.,
General AL'ctits, I'hlladelphia,
JNO. F. HENRY and F.i . WEI.I.SACO.,
New York, and to be had ol Vholcalo
druggist, oerj where. fMJHtl
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
St. Louis, Nov, 13. Arrived: Colo
rado, Vicksburg; Wolff, Keokuk; Kellogg,
Holfast and Jasper, Now Orleans; Hon
Accord, Columbus; St. Luke, Memphis;
Esporanza, Pittsburg: Lako Superior,
Keokuk. Ilivor stationary. Weather
clear and cold.
New Orleans, Nov 13, Artivcd:
La Hello, Memphis, Departed : Mary
Miller, Cincinnati. Weather clear; anil
OtNCf.vNATl, Nov. 13.Rlvor 12 feet 5
inches and falling. Arrived: Exchango,
Fitlsl tg ; Kate Putnam, Marietta. De
parted: Hollo Vornoon, Pittsburg; Ar
lington, Memphis ; Charmor, Evansvllle;
Exchange, St. Louis, Capt. Morsey, of
the Cincinnati Underwriters, left for tbo
wreck of the Katie. Sho will Vu towed,
to New Orleans by the . . Eckei
S r . fl.11. ..j n.li.l..U
Lur.l .,iic nil'. 1. 1 i.'imk ...
tho llowel., HUil fcil. xtrs
tba proctis ot TcetblDK.
fnbdafsConTnlilonsin4oTr. I n
comts all dliruM Incident to r-
Iubnts and ChlUrta. J 0X2X7713.
jil , n f Cnrs I)lrrho, ryint-
WH TCOMB Si r "' 8""r CompLInt,
YRUP. CLlldr,n of " M'
r.llTM patn, wMkosss or ! 1 SfiH?5
hiuttlon in 15 or SO mlnutti. Kir- UiOs
log tout tad power to tbe l.Hui. J o 3S XT "ST O .
It Is tb Infants' and Children's (Irt at Soothing
Ittmrdy, In all disorders t rough t on If tmhiag or
any otbvr cams,
lie particular In calllnr for MRS. WHITC0M1VS
fYtlUl', and tk no other.
l'rpardby tbo OK4KT0S J1EOICINE CO , St.
Loots; Mo, EoM t,y Druggist and PMlsrs la
ry BUY ME AND ILLDOYOLLOOfiQ
Ut cleansing the blood and arousing tbo liver and
ffcretWe organs to a lieultliy action, Ir. Henry's ;
Hoot and l'laut rills cure many complaints bleb It
un.,1.1 nt. i. aiinnnaed iUtiv could reitcb. tucli as '
Ilcndncbc, 1'nln In tbo Nlde. Numb,
nean of tbo Illinois and Feet, DiiIIik h,
i'lillliieaa, Itlii'iisnntlaiii, Nouniltflo,
l.oaa or Appetite, UIIIoiin DyMviitcry,
Uldsser Aircrtiosi. roiiatlsintlon. l)f
liltltr. Fever or ssll UlutN. Uyaticp
Mln, Januclicc, and oilier kindred complaint
arising from a low stale of tbe body, or oL.lrut.tion
nf its fuuctlons,
itflni. fiea from Uercnrr and other pnlioni tliev
can he taken ut all times and under all circunutan
in, without U'M to diet, biulneis or plcaiuro. 1
Tbev tlmul.ito the weakened and dl. tempered
iiartsinto heallhy action, kIvIub tbem itrengtb to 1
Uiihurdon thenneiTes and throw ofT tho obstructions
ublch are tbe flr.t cau of rilieaie, wltbotlt
iiroiluclnsT cither uniiaois or trrlplna-.
All beAvy and drowey eeu.atloni, which are tbe
forerunuers ofdireful dliess r uch as Apoplexy,
I'nrnly tlrMlrkM,ic, are effectually warded
off l.v a few do.fi of tbeae searchloi: I'llls.
Kolf Jlrecltos. round each toi, In Cs(IUU, Uam.n, rraua
u lHp.ol.il. Price JJ Coll l.o,
1'rep.re.t T Ih.Or.flon UKIo.Pe., Si. teula. M.
toUVr limnuu utl UvMt la tlllcla. .,ir;.tv
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If io. take our ml vice nnd purchase vour ilckut.
over tie old rtllnldo and jinpiiUr Missovat l'a.
cirio Itauaotu, whloli U poaititciy the only line
running tliri'f .Lilly tixpreiia trains IrutnMt, Louis
to Haneaa City mid the v,rat ami is positively
the only line which ruua I'ullmin palacu aleepei e
and flue day coochev, eniccially for mover,
equipped with Millor'a ralety ntaiforin, and the
Baton 1 steam brake, Kroin Kt. Louts tn Kni...
ity, Kt. scolt, Lawrence, Leavenworth. A'ehl.
,02'r.B, i.Jl"e.p!?' Nebrsska CUT, Council lllufht
Uli- wiiieun tMluuiitciptoyei tat IBIOtlniMIOH )
regard to time tKUe a, tales. 4c, to an point in
MStourUbraaJca, Kansas, Color-io, Texas, and
Callornt. call upon or addri H. II. Thompson.
A(at, Missouri Psolflc H. U. Oolumbue. Ohio ot
... A, Ford, 'letter-'. Passenger ARut, Bt. Louie,
or iidiiiinl-tnitliiii, iitntiipt in Hn lr nr imIi. K tl.ilu
III t lit tr renults nale Mv irlUhP- ill all lorun nf
ln I'rranii can tnke tlie.r lllllrr. nrroril.
log lo illtt'i.'tloti', utid rciimlii lunir uu n, provided
thvlr tours nru tint ilcitrnyril ley inlnrril lolon
lirotlKrtncans.andthc Mt.Vlnrt'iiii.wu-tnl hojnnil
the point of n pulr.
Iyieptn nr ImlttEeattoii. Ilenilache, Vain
In the Mioiildrr. I'iiurIii, Tl(rtiiiif of itie 'hit,
l)l.ilticw, Sour Kructalloni nf the Momach, Had
Taste In thn Mouth, Illllmn Altarki, 1 'a I l t n t Ion of
the Heart, liitliuiitnailiui ut lh! I.une, ruin in tin
rt'irlotiof llipKMiifjn.uud n hundrnl other painful
e.iniptoms.arcllieoaprini?nf liruppp!.!. In tttn.o
lonipialnn it has no rituul, nnd nnc linitle nlll
ptovc n hotter (riiaraniec nf Iti mi-rlts than a
For Keimile I'omplMliila. In otitic c il,,
tnartleil or single, ut tliu ilawu nf winiiaiiiioiid, r
the turn of lllr, IIicmc Tonic lmti r OpUv w, ilo
iMol an liiilnciico that u inarkol linpiun'uient t
I'cir liillaiiiinntnr)' ami ( litnlilr KIii ii
lniitl.lil and liout, i)rpvp-l.l nr IIiilh.'clloii, till
Iiih. liriiiltti'iit nnd Ilitermlttetit I'. w t. Iii-i-av
or the lllnoil, l.lur. Kldtieyn und Ill.idiler. Hie""
Hitters hae been most succcsful. Such UI-h.-imm
nrc rau'"l h. Vlllateil Iilnwl. nlilrl: h u'etierulli
inluctil by derangement of the I)Itr-iit Clrrati.'.
Thry nre n (ientlr I'll rent 1 1 " rll o
n I onlr, KHiestig nUo tli peculiar liii lttiif in t
Itig ai a punirful nuent Iti lelieMtnr I'nlit'i illon or
lunatnmatlon of Hie l,lir uinl vitri ral Orig in- umt
In liilloin Ileae'.
Km' Skin Dl.rnvei, llruptlon-. Tetter, f-all
I'.lieum, ltloti'lies, ipots, l'linpli.-. i'ltluK , Hoik
Carbuncle, Itlng.wuriii.. Scalibllead, Sore Kjcv
Krjslpel.14, Itch. ScurN, lilHrnlorationnil Hie skin,
tlutnina and I)lcaei of the .skin, of whati'ier
natnu cr liuiure, me ttteru'.iv duvr ui un.' rumi-l
out ot the sv'tem In a Miorltluie liy the np ut tlirv;
r.ltten. Otic little In such ea-esulll i iinMm-f tlu
innit lucrciluloui of their i iiniihe crrvcts.
(Iriui.r Hie Vlllnlril lllmiil rtbeiicier ion
find iti ltiiiiirlti'S burtiiii! Ilirouirh Ihe ektti In
riniili, KrupMons. or Sort.i : rlcanwlt nlicn joii
tin J it oti.lrucied nnd HliiKciiU In the eln: rlian-e
It when It Is foul ; our fifllniri vlll tell nu ulicti.
Keep the blood pure, uud the hrjltli of the .-ii, in
Grntrfiil Tliniitaiiile proclaim Vimoais Hii.
tcus the must wonderful Iriilcoraut that cm r su
tallied the sinking srstiiii.
11 aa. Tape, ninl other AVnritia, lurkini; iu
the ttetctn of ho many thousand-,, ure eireetiialli
dest ruled and remotcd. s.iii a ili.-tlncuMicd
physiologist: There Is scarcely uu lnilliiilii.il mi the
mt II, urfl, Wlimo ImIj. I. u.M,ji irillll IhO
presence of mirmi. It H nut iikui the lieulthi
elements of the body that Munii-M'M, Put upon
the dleafied humors und hllmy ileKll tliat bieul
these living inonstcra of dl-eav. No sttptn nf
medicine, no icrmirugci, tm ntitlieliuliii'th'.. mil
free the hyHtcm from worms like tliee Hitter-.
Slerhmilral DIhuiii,-I'er-oiii i neaped in
I'aluts and Mineral, such as I'liimhei-, lipe
settiM, tiold-bcatcpi, and Miners, as they ad jtioe
III life, arc subject to paraljslinf tin- l!ucl. Tn
guard against this, take a iloe of U ai.KKii's Vts
LOUi HlTTLlis twice a week,
lllllnue, Heinltti'llt, nml tntrniilltr in
Fevers, which are so prevalent in the iillc)uf
our great rivers throughout the Tinted Mate',
especially those of the Mississippi, Ohln. Mlutl,
lllmols, Tennessee, Cuinlierlaiel, Arkansas, Hed,
Colorado. Hrazos, Ulo (iramle, l'earl, Alabatui,
Mobile, Savannah, ltoatioke, James, and mam
others, ivltli their asl tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer uud Autumn,
and remarkably so during se.usons of utiusun heat
aud dr ne.s, nrc lnv.triatily nccumpatiled by ct t.
elve ileratigements of the stomach and hver. niu'
other iibdomlnal vl-ecra. In tliilr lie.ilinini. it
purgative, exerting n powerful luilucncutipnii llic
ir-j-pius organs. Is essentially tiecisary. There i
ti l cathartic fur the purpose equal lo Hit. J, Wu.k'.
Kit's Visum: Hirrcos, as they will speeilliv
remove the dark-enlurcil viscid matter with which
the bntvcls nrc hudisl, at the same tiuipsifmiu.iiiiix
the secretions nf llio liter, nnd generally re-lniliv
iho healthy functions; of the illgtsllieorgaiiii.
Mcrol'uln. or King'" Kvll, Wlilte 'ellliia
I'lcrrs. i:i)slH'las, hwelleil Neck, (ioitrc, Krofuluu
liiflatiiiuatlons, linlolent Innamuiatiiitis, Mercuii.il
Affections, tlld Sores, I'.ruptloiis of the .--klii, sun
lives, etc., ele. In these us In all other ciui-tltii-tlotial
Hiseasfs. Walkhii's Vim.mr llirri iis luie
diuwu their gteat curiUUe powers In the iim-t
nliiin.it.ind inliaclalilu cases.
III-. IViilkii's fii 1 1 fii in In Vllirgm- llil
lere act ou all the-e rases In a similar manner,
liy piirllylng the Illnod they remove the cause, und
bv resolving awa) llieetrecls of thn iulUniiiiattoti
(the Itihcrcular deposits) thu niTeeled putts rieel"
iie.ilth, and a permanent euro Is eileeted.
The properties of lilt. W.u.kKr.N VlSF.iUH
IIittkiis aro Aperient, Waphoretlc, Canulnatlve,
Nutritious, Utxatlve, lllutetlc, Sedative. Counter
Irntuiu, sudorific, Alterative, and Atitl-llllluus,
Tlie Apeilent nnd mild Laxative irupertles
of Hit. WAl.kKii's VistdAit Hittkks nre tlie best
safeguard In rases of criipllotw und mallgnaut
fever. Their balsamic healing, and soothing pro
perties protect the humors of Iho mures. Their
Sedative properties allay pain In the nervous sys.
Vein, stomach, and liowels, from ttitlarumatttui,
wind, colic cramps, etc.
Their Cniiiitri-Iri limit III ttiieme ex
tends throughout the sjsleiu. Tlulr Aiitl-llllleim
properties stimulate tho liver, In tho secretion of
Lite, and Its discharges through the biliary duets,
and are superior to nil remedial agents, i,u ilietiire
of Illllous Fever, Fever aud Ague, etc.
I Fnriiry (lie lioily ngnlll.l illseaie l).v
purifying all Its fluids ulth Vi.sriiAit HiTTEiis. No
epidemic can take hold of a system tluufure-arnied.
Ulrcctlone.-Take of the Hitters ou going lo
bed at night from a half tn one and one-half Inc.
1 glassful. Hat good nourishing food, such as beef-
steak, mutton chop, eiil-oii, rou-st beef, mid vege
table, aim uue oin-noor exercise, niey are
composed of purely vegetable lugteiHcnt.s, und
contain no spirit.
it. ii. Mcdonald v to.,
DrugRlsts and lieu, Agts., san Kntuclvn, Cah, A
cor. of Washington and Charlton sis., N.V.
SOLD BY ALL Illtl'GdLSTS A DKALIOILS.
Ill the lici'-niiiilioii ol a
YAK1KTY OF HDD CHARACTERS
Konnlng hi- new
.ss.,tcil ley an
e MiasroE33sra? pianist
For particulars seo I'oMers, rrogratarues,
Ilccncil scat can lie ccurcil at Daniel
.M. A. WATSON,
ST. NICHOLAS j
JENNY LIND TABLES"
IIAKRY WALKEll & CO., Prop'rs.
This house Is newly fitted up with two
Anil two tine
Tlie saloon Is stockeil with tbe iiest
are compoiinilcil In tUe most approved style
KSrComenuilsee tor yourself. They keep
on It'.itiil u tine stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
.SCHWEITZER CflKESE AND HOL
am stuvail iiiornin anil evening at 10
o'clock, at willed all arc Invlli il topsrticl
putt! frcu of cliarac a-13
Vi lr. Henry' World' Tossle stBtt
It U tlie srt'St household remedy, pleasant to
Ml.?, yet potent for tbe prevention and cure of
diseases. It Is better than Hitters, Cordial,
IliK-liii or BarsaparllU. Sold by Drugs 1st
Dr. Henry' Boot nnd Plant Pill.
Mild yet thorough no nausea orgTlplnK n-lr-ly
vegetable great liver remedy. Price JS
nnts Bold by Druggists.
Mr. Wlilleotnb' Hyrnp.
Tlie great soothing remedy. Price only 23
:ents. Gives rest to the mother smd health to
.lie child Sold by DrugRlsts. '
Interesting Work, Knlarjed Edition, New
Engravings, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
Pi lcW cents, Address Dr. Butts' DtsrsTx
UUT, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
' a AdTcrtUcmcnt.
0. trouble to answer caire.poudeni.-e.
GREEN St OILHKIIT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
wlllt'lS u'aluS'A, OaIBO, IU.1K0W.
Mile r. OIIrl, J
MTSpMia. attenttoB itvea to Admiralty and
fftll aTATIOXAJb BAXB.
CAIRO CITY COAL
a nreared lo uiyly eusiomar with tb
PITTSBDRG AND ILLINOIS
OO AT i.
v.v v aiuillliltl UlUti UlUVVl i
oiiio i.kvkk. or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tun "Montauk" will brW coal
alongilile tn st camera at any hour.
EKSONA1.. TICKNOR A CO.. the
celebrated Clothiers, announce the In
troduction 01 a pian or ordering ciotn
lUK by letter, to which they call your
especial attention. They will, on ap
plication, semi you their Improved and
accurate nties ior Bt'11-.ucaeurcuirui,
Illustrated Circular and Price List,
with a lull lino of samples from their
Immense slock ot Cloths, Cassimeres,
.v,c, Ac ih u oiiabllMf parties In any
part or the country to order clothing
direct '"'1 their house, with the cer
tainty of receiving garments of tbe
cry latest style and most perfect tit
(loods ordered will be sent by ex
press to he paid for on deliver)', with
the uuilcistauillni; that If rwl satiafac
tory.thcy can bo retttriiud al TlckBora
As Ii well kimim tlirotwbont the
South nml West. iM;y hs ye 7m .
tccu vuur EA'CKLLED In aU depart
ments of liielr busiuess, which U
"iiuliiiilec ui to the character ol Um
Sooils il"')' send out.
Vour onler ure solicited and wheat
In M, LouU, you are Invited to call at
the ex en-l t atabllshment of Tick
hot A Co.. manufacturer! and retailers
of men and boys Clothing asd VuniUav
ing (loods. tui and 808 North Fourth,
treet. bt. IjiuK Mo. U eltiMiut sv