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OFFIOK: No. 13 Tenth Street. Thornton's Building.
THURSDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 25. IS()
JOHN II. OBERLY & i -0
77,' iZiAA JA' 7W4 PVBLW ,
The Catholics do not like the Protest-
nt version, the 'Frotestants do not re
OKDI7.0 the .Catholic version, and the
ewt repudiate" a'uy version of the New
estsmont, the part of the Bible which
it Christian hold to be the fulfillment
f the luw and the prophet. Shall the
ondons be rend to please all parties? Or
mil they be excluded from the school
nvold offense to Protestants, Catholics
ews or luflUclfl? That is the quesMon,
iid in Now York tuero ate wlgus ol
jtnc tiouhlulu settling ittrouble which
lay posalblyIead tuji religious, divJslou
f political parties. The old Know
orbing elements, though dispersed,
ill" Htjrvlvf, and aro waiting and watch
tg for another opportunity to rlso again.
XI)! AS FJQHIIXQ ON THE TEX
AS JO II UK!!.
Information has been received (:om
an Antonio, Texas, November 10. that
aptain Traiuer had arrived an the In
jun frontier, and report that (J on era I
luckenr.le sentl'00 cavulry, under Major
.aeon and Lieutenant Beau, who met,
u the Upper Ilrazos, 100 hostile savage
omlng down oh ibe frontier from the
"serve After two days' fighting the In
ians fled, leaving fony dead and mau
lore wounded. The catnp, honed and
rovlsloua wero all taken, Captain
looker is badly wounded, and eight
ion hurt, but none killed.
"The Pope has written r letter to
.rchbhtop Manning, In which he say,
aat although Protestants will be exclu
od from the Ecumcnclal Council, tbe
'ill be ailorded facilities outside for
taking explanation. " That in to ju.v
presume, they will be atibrded s-eat.
n the curbstone, where they can write
heir explanation., wrap them around u
rickbat, and throw thtm In at the
ATennesseean has invented a ma-
bine for cleaning cotton, which takei
'ii lolls Just at they aro gathered and
onrerts them, by a idugle process, Into
ribbon iifxriliii rntlnn. mmnnuil nt fit.
meut laid parallel one to another, and
a a much better condition than the old
ihhlotifd way of prepariug cotton.
S W S PA HA Oli A PJIS.
Kanuie Fern I sixty.
Xew Jersey ha !tf,0 HaptUtn.
A colony of Irish are going to Algeria.
Malt by, the cyster mau, 1 worth a
allllou of dollar.
An Ohio Catholic priest it going to be-
i I'liitarlau preacher.
An Indiana girl tuktd $50,000 for
ractured heart and only got $1,0)0.
The Cape Good Hope wantf to ln h
A IMmu'o factdry iu Ho?tou uses weekly
be tuske of two elephants for keys.
A new drama from Diokou! iCopptr
leld baa; boou. produce!, iu vLuudou.
:t Is called "Little Brolly." Steerforth,
-lam uud IVggoily arn the principle
Franklin Pierce was the fourteenth
president of the United States. There
tru fotirteeu letters lu.bU name and the
Irst letters of tho Cnriatlau and eur
Qam bvlngvJbyanii atuud forxFour
Kashvlllu haiuit completed a cotton
mill costing Uireo hundred thous.sud
lollars which makes four large facto
rls sho has now in operation.
The British mint has been Htriklug
twt my thousand mcduls for soldiers of
the Abyhsinlan war.
Three thousand and thirty cauuon
ihots wore tired by the Turks at Constan
tinople in welcoming the French
A Russian count found a noted tenor
clandestinely visiting his wife, and In
revenge made the singer sit at tho piano
and perform opertf airs for , live bourn
under covor of bis plstob
Thore ii no remorse In the foul of the
Cblcugo woman who advortiso Umt ..aho
would UkeTto foVm the acqusintatiCQ of a
gentleman with a vlerr to a' tott of coal.
Ktioxv(He, Tenn., wah amtuod lust
week over a street bceno, wherolu tlgur
a young lady, boxing tuo oars of hoc
lover ou the streuto because ho escorted
another young lady tohorhorae,
Mrs. Ghwson, of Halifax, .XpYtt Scotia'
presented another instutideifof female
faithfulness. Shot nearly to death by
hurhusbaud , and tho only witness of
tho crime, she refiiitd to appear" ut the
trial, and a wmld-be-murderer escaped,
lteulamln Baker, of Key West, has
old hWcropof-plneapplea thja.ur for
nearly neven tliousapd. -jupljajs. This
crop was gathered frpm jess .than an
aero and a half . ground. Ho Juts
one hundred and fifty U?Und. plants,
which will be iu tte4r;ig next year, ad
these cover less than "even acres of
g.oaud, aDd If sold'at the sanj rat as
this year's crop wlU ttiifiS4y tbou
and doliara. ThA tMUHl: crop" of
THE STOXKWAr,!, 1HSASTEB.
CA IT. WANIIIXTOS WAIitS A CltAVJG
The fallow Is the report of the commit
tco.pf the St. Louis Merchats' Exchange,
which has under consideration the con
duct or Capt. John T. Washington, of
ing wreck ofih'dfiteamerbtonewaU with
out making nn effort to save the passen
gen Rud crew:
Oft T. 1'ism. Kn !? M t'n n M ,-ehinti' Kx-
Xour committee appointed nt the re
questor CarTf.. J. T. Washington to Invea
Ugate hU conduct as master of Uio Sub
murluo''o. 15 in passing- the burning
steamer Stonewall, beg leave to submit
the following report. We liave examin
ed all the witnesses at ourcommaud, also
the nfltduvita of persons living near the
eccno of tho disaster, and after duly
weighing the evidence we think that
Capt. Washing committed u grave error
rorfjiotchuracterisilrof our western boat
men under similar cPcumhtances) In
tailing to land UW Ixmt, sik ho crfuld un
doubtedly have rendered great assistance
to tfofo In the water and other who bad
succeeded In gcttiuv oshoip.
Mahtin Coi.i l.vy,
John C. Hull,
John II. Doaatm,
Till: fJKAIX TKADK.
O r t r
Fltotnr Iroii Proppllcr Hctwefn New
Orleans and Liverpool.
The :Xow Orleans Commercial 'L'ulle
tin' diecusaiug the wauu of the through
raln trade via Culro, the MILi.iIpiI
river and New Orleans, says: What, is
more especially wanted Iu this connec
tion is a fleet of Iron propellers arranged,
tlonably obmdeK'otit. The day
very distant when It will be ubout ac
rare a skht on Hues of commercial com
munication between this couutry and
Europe as ullutbout Is now on the Ml
iraippi river; ami doubtkWs. in the course
(it time, it win utterly uuappear irom tne
broad Jceau, and become, . periiap. toj
maritime architecture what tho dodo in
to ornithology, a more or lens fabulous
tradition, Nor does this tell the whole
stoty of the obsolefcence uud MiWitu
tlon going on iu the world of maritime
art and enterprise. Fn,m year to yetir,
for all tectonic purpose. Iron becomes
relatively cheaper and wood rela
tively dearer. There Is incalculably
muru Iron in the earth than wood upon
the earth; und tbu tendency of our
oruewhut iucoiisldeiute and rather too
impetuous civlliutiou is Ut dlnilnlnb the
8tiiply of the tatter VhlIe Increasing the
sujijiply of the former. Here-wo neo dne
rciaou why iron has begun to supplant
wood in tiie construction ofbblps. The
rest of (l;e explanation Is to be found In
the superior strength, durability, buoy
aucy aud tounage capacity ut thejiroper
ly constructed iron Mill). Thus we aro
brought to tbe conclusion that not only
must exclusive sail propulsion bo gradu
ally supereedHi by stvam, but r that the
wooden steutnshlp' mutt ultrriia'tely' dls
appear from the sea before the Iron
It is clear, then, that uo calculations
and plans for prouiotlug.lba -coucuutru,-.
tlon of a large grain tnde, ,at Say' Or
leans can bo sound, If tricy do not In
clude such measures as may r bg utccs
rury to furnish tlils port vith nn Iron
tyabishlp tonnaire especially adapted
alid abundantly adequatc;tq""ibe, trans
portation of grain coustemnftuts destin
ed to foreign markets. Tlutt' the agita
tors of the down river grain movemcut
iu St Louis nindon. mistake, In their too
vaulting ambition; and failed in their
attempt to obtain a fleot of Iron propel
lers to ply, wltli continuous voyages and
without breaking crtrgo, directly between
Llveqool nud St. lion Is, Is no reason
why more reasonable nnd praotlcnl
friends of tho samo movement
should abandon the hopo of
eventually establishing direct trade
botwtoti tho Mississippi valley and
ISnrope through (ho medium of this kitid
of vessels, Iu all tho staple articles of for
eign commerce in the upper or tho lower
part of tbe valley wheat, flour, jnoat,
cotton, tobacco, whatsoever. The avail
abilities und the eligibility of Now
Orleans as tho southwestern emporium
and exports of tho West, nr tiotio tho
less because of the abortion iu tbe dream
thatSu Louis could, bo made to supplant
this city Iu relation to maritime trade.
On tho contrary, tho mutual advantages
Way of seaport accomodations for the ex
porting and importing nprct" of- tbe
West are brouuht Into clearor vlew'tlitin
ever by the coaspicous and signal fiasco
expenenccd by tho maritime umbltlon
of St. Louis. What it now behooves St.
Loiilb ehterprUu cobcerdeil. hi the do Wn
river movement of grain' to sefabout do
ing U to co-opprato with ,r, roclptocal In
terest In New Orleans. In prrtinpt, earn
est, nnd decisive efforts' to secure the
right kind and tho sullluiotit quantity of
tonnaito for oarry Inci nt roasonablo rates,
-grain, ill bulk f'P" tbia .part (o. forcigji
moved bis quarter JrorathuJSxcliange
Hotel, in Richmond, to' theEKacuiiv
Mansion, which pr.eseiiUttmoro .cbeerruj
look now than Unas done for years,
' A colored brudder In "New Jersey, th
'other day, elledupou .thp-fcpjd-toibrm
tbocullud people, claiming that thef
' were the sheep aiWt'the(hh?6lktf tb
iioata, bMWj,,wab(J, vqnadfj
Babde bar," '
in poiut of freight djucity, anu in point ; " " ';' ,
of general outfit, u jtn an cxprem vl. w ' l"-t theolllce, but d d not make the
to the transportation f wheat Iu - bulk. ' '" 5C, "ttjimpted, when another
The sail ship, If not nbtlelr t uuques: dlochargctook ellect IU bU back. He
' ' ANOTHER TBAfiEnr.
Arltculur- or the llomlrlilf at linliMtun,
f .Ki the VoVom Trt1)un, :i 2
Just as the citizens of this place were
enjoying their Tbanksglrjug dinner to
day a Urriblo tragedy waaenacted at the
Sherman House. 1" or some time It has
been known to the family of Mr. Daugh
erty that a scandalous and untruthful re
rKb'rt was in circulation touching the
Character of Miss Dougherty. The report
... ... t-i.ml tr m 1 1 mi n Whpn ifln fnmtK rt..
aided at Indianapolis. Tue scandal was
traceu to u ramuy nnmeu anuoru. a
memler of this family was talked to
upon tho subject, ami Joseph Vuuhorn
was given a tho authority, It was alco
believed beyond any question that Jos
eph Vauhorn bad uttprcd the scandal in
a public room iu presence f acquaint
Ou Wednesday night, Lieut. Will
Daugbefty, of tlm regular army, a broth
er of Miss Dougherty, returned homo on
furlough. Tho. facta became known to
blm. On Thursday at noon, Lieut D.,
In company with his father, came to the
Sherman House. Joiepb Vauhorn was
tlmre Just inside the bar-room, door.
Lieut. 1). went Inside the bar room, con
fronted Vauhorn, when the following
Lieut. D. Is.'our.uame Vanhorn?
Vanhorn It is.
Lieut. D. You bavo beeu slandering
my sister, and you must retract or take
Vanhorn I will not retract.
(Here their is a dlllereueo of testimony.
One man says Vuuhorn denied ever ut
tering tbe Mlaudor., tAuothersays he do- :
clurd Jie. wduld'not retract, and he,)
I)augl)erty, could not make him do so.)
. . x.teut l). men uegau to icei lor n is re
volver, baying: "I will see whether you
will or no't." Ho coolly took out his re
volverand cocked it, wbeu Vauhorn,
seeing what was- coming, dodged down
ward to the floor. The ilrst shot was Just
tTien fired, but it took effect In the floor.
vuuhorn ttu-n uitempteu to run arouua
; a bcreenj but Lieut. I. met him and fired
t the ball entering his left breast. Vn
' born then tried to uet around bim and
out df the room, wbou another shot took
east to the dlniUK room, north to tliu
room dooc Jeading'to tbe family room of
Mr Faulkner. Hero he fell. At every
Jump, he t-alil, "I am killed," and liien,
breathing heavily a few times, he died.
I.ltuu U. whs lakeu uerore tliu mayor,
waived auy exatmuuUun, and Ireelye
grand jury, which will meet next Mou
day. We may add that few persons had
ever heard the t-caudal; that none would
have believed -it, uud that tbe lis ih
erty family are of the highest respecta
bility. Wu. may alsu state that the
deceased, who was a bricklayer, al
though he was addicted to drinking to
some excels, was not a quarrelsome man
among strangers. He lias had trouble
iu bis owu family, uud his wife wu
divorced from blm nt tbu late term of
The writer hereof had a conversation
with Lieut. Daugherty since the u?ault
tie did not appear in. the lual excited,
us he wus not 'when the Hault was
mude. He said to us: "I regret mo-t
elncerely the necessity for tne occurence
but umlur tho miiu IrcumsUtiiceb I,
could not but repeat the name tbiui; to
morrow or at auy future time?
TIIE SKW UKI,tl.rtVliKAl'.MA!IKCT.
The following paragraph from the New
Orleans 'Times' Is eminently worthy of
tbe attention of the St. Louis grain asso
ciatfoui The closing suggestion, is
equally worthy of tho consideration of
grain operators In Chicago:
Wheat at 33c at St. Louis nud even at
12c freight, might burely be so'd here ut
less than 51 IS) nnd $1 16 resjtectlvely foi
No. 1 und -No. 2, A broker Informs us
that Ilo otrered to take a round amount
qf the former at $1 lf. but the ngeut not
only decliued the otl'er, but refused to
telegruph It to his principals at St. Louis.
Another ngont who wan limited at 1 2u
was wllllngbva.icriflclug hlscoramlsslon,
to sell at $1 IP, but tblt was. his owes
poiut. Adotlier, ugaiu, otl'ered to con
tract for some time ahead ut $1 07.
Virtually tberu Is not, uud has not been
for some tlrao past, any wheat on this
market, for none can be so considered
that is held ut limits above the parity or
other markets. Uuder the circumstan
ces, ullgrulu held by tho association will,
we presume, be shipped 011 Its account,
und we apprehend that when tbe returns
are received nud due allowance is mude
for time and Interest, it will bo found
that they would lmvQ,dUo far better
had hey otrered tb'elr supplies nt 10c.
per bushel leas tbuu their asking prices,
whlpb, up doubt, would ha vo elicited a
brisk demand, aud saved them from the
incidental charges of holdingand ftoring.
q'hw- upper Mississippi, nbovo Mock la
laud, appears to bo too low for shipments
of any magnitude from'that quarter, but
It appears to us that enterprising men in
Chicago might make arrangements for
shipments via Cairo that would pay.
ViaauS. Goer, qf Lisbon, 'Conn, wanted
to extend a water pipe through and under
drain several fctt helow the surface, butn
how to gel' the. pipe through without
taklnii up tho drniii was th difficulty to
bp surmountod. After studying upon it
for, a while, Mr. Ger hif. upon tb
lower end of tb drain, caught a cat aud
attached a small Hue to her leg, then
thrust her Into the upper end and pave a
most unearthly "scat!" and pussy ap
pearqd ut t,he opposite eud as quick as
her leKB could carr her. Tbe pipe waa
rdran'thnugh tbp drain by means of
tne'Mue, and Air ueer nan tne satisfac
tion of saving ten dollars by the oper
ation. Minnesota exueotira cold wluter be-
llnlnpc thlr houaH.
tue ilea vera mere uouuiv
i .. r 1.1 t... ml.iht K..t tltytit .1..1.
men run norm uuu inrouKu mo oiuce,
A runitlj- nnrilrrrit nrnr
I'n. Arreat of the HunpcetPil
A dispatch from Huntington, Ponnsyl- !
' vania, dated Nov, 18. saysr -
With tbe exception of Probst's butch-
-... .. . I... T..,.U... r.imtlt- tit Plitlnrlnl. I
j ph'ia a couple of years ago, tbe most hor-
, In Potiusylvania was committed lat
night In the small village of Pleasant
Grow, in this township, and hut a short I
distance from this place. From oil tbe
particulars that have been ascertained,
l tt appears that, Ju-t after dusk, and bo
. tweeu the hours or six and seven o'clock,
I the dwelling of Mr. John Perghtals was
I entered by two fiends in human shapo, I
I and while tho family, consisting of Mr. i
Perghtals, his wife, una a uoy sdoui
twelve years or age, nnmeu urunie.,
were eating their supper, shot Perghtals
through the head, killing him Instantly. ,
Thebov Gardiner Was dispatched iu the ,
same way, and then they spilt the wife's '
bead open with an ax. ,
Th. flrt Intimation of tho awful
slaughter was tbe discovery of the bouse
beltig on fire. On repairing to tbe scene
the appalling spectacle met the gaze of
the few neighbors who entered. There
lay the mangled dead bodies of tho vic
tims, covered with blood, tho walls bo
smeared from lloor to celling, aud tho
brains of the victims oozing from their
wounds. The murderers, after porpc
tratlug tho horrible crime, covered the
dead oodles with bedclothes, and then
set flro to tho houeo to cover up tho deed.
t The excltemenvaltehdlug the dlscov-
erv wan mUKt Intense, and the uew
.pread liko wild flro throughout tho
whole community. Suspicion at onco
, rested ou two men who had been seen
.lOlierillK uuuui viiu uciniiuuiiiuuu iu.
some time past. U wns learned that
they took the night tralu from
this nlace for tho West. Dls-
, jiatcbes were nt onco sent to tho station- ,
agents and police ull aloug the Peunsyl- ,
vania road, aud when tho train arrived 1
at Altaotia, the supeeted assailants were
arrested and brought back to this place
thUmoru.ng. Tlulr names are Madder
. berg uud IWhner. Ou their peron was
found two hundred ami tlfty dollars of .
tho plunder, which prompted the terrible .
massacre. Mohuer has inudo a partial
coufesalou, aud asido from this there is I
uumlstukablo evidence of their guilu
It wus generally understood Uiat Mr .
Perghtals was possessed of considerable I
money. He was a. industrious uud onit- ,
mablu citizen, uud U is with dtlliciilty I
that the people are restrained from
lynching the worse thun murderers
Vhri, B- ltumpliryit ami Mary J. Hum- 1
lhilii h.ii) .u-ir - wiuuMjoi irut. uhmiin-
laie'lflV rl !' ul r'U"Wtr .. IK 4Jwt Hliu !
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UlIU UIIJUIU .Njrt. IllV.i'l JK', UutMO l IIVlUu t'-"i
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uy tiruiii iiiu icrin U uuuiimoiu ui wuu aacd wi
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Uir-Vili 'Uv ul !. , iimr ,. 1J l . ul Ikv Uuuri
Iluu.o uui..-, in thiirtly ofi're,-l.Viiuiy of Aiviu.i
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o'vlovH a. ut. una 6 vwtw '. oi.. vl
of diiv Jirwieod lu e.I t .ublic
f nluv, (o Iht-ingli-Ml oiuuvr fur t'uU, tbu iruwriy
lifrfinUiorw a.iriiMil, 10 Mtufy a.a ilrUiaui m
itnai uj tue co t aua vinu 1 tlimtrutt alia will
nxouui-anu Ui l.rrr iu tiiv urviiavr ur uurvumers
JOHN rillLI.IS, Trii-lf
Cam. 111. Nuv. U 1SJ. uuir atatw
n: i;LL.vits ui:waui,
Wi!t bo fui inv iiitoriuMion Hliah il iriwl t)
theroovir) ui .u-.i ! t'ti" wwiuUi ! till, Mhiclu
uiipoe'l tu U' I."'" i"lW fr-in the IldU,;hl
I'.eVily ename hnuie. m tliliclty, i-tw'ii thv Uih
an-lvAl of Nov:iil)r. -iil Ix-ll will weiifh from Suit
to'!l.iinillisiiilliftliojiUo l,rokn, aad
fvrniwh t.rli nvJt" il.f .-'tetiiner"I."Utlinii.
1. II I.UKKI.EV.
7A.TKnAleJn.krCouuty Orditi. at Wit.
V an'M'uy f"1 up at-iAeent on the ilollft tur al
Uiniot I.uaibiir anu ItuilJerV AtatermN. .
Wll OLKNALE (ittOCJiK,
I'KOPl'CK AND COMMtrtSIO.N
I B 11 O XX -A. 3NT X',
.Y. 7C Ohio Ltvee, Culro, 111.
H.v;.iO attention g'tren toroasixauicnUi ad BUios
73 SMYTH & CO.
OHIO LEVEE, fj0. ILUNOfS
.VI-iij ltrjHjcim Un".y o 1 .;A u ino-t iinple'e,.
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SCOTCH AND IttWH IVHl-SKV,- UIX
Port, Mailtlrn, Sherry and CnlawJie.
uo, a,ult ro
J, 1'JEV J- CO-V VEItEHEATEp WllhKIi
We aell excluslrely for CABII, to whlc h a e Int.te th
attention orciosta oawi uuyrr.
arysneclal httentiou pild to fllllDK
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CHAPPED HANDS !
.CHAPPED LIPS' I
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If !IM CURE TJOEM FJP.
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f TVISSOLUITON NOTICE.
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, Tho copartnfrship hfrftafnro tiittina t'cn.A.
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Uiiri 111., OT. n, IVfl. A. H. 1YDE;
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Cairo, XI 11 xi ol.
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