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THE MEDICAL 4 BUEQI0ALIHBTITDTI;
fri,PP eourielltWMiuunaiii cUVi, l,w. A l'm.
nhUtwntliiimpMwl'hne"'tul Spermatorrhea, glv
fni conunii of lhttbo wprati)! in uatt-U ri r un
netipt of tump. Alio 4 .itleu TrMtlw vutUi
OfAc, aaullotln. Sullllur, Goxnmx Wtrlft txaat'aa.d. TTMlxlactaxx A.-vanA.
VOL. 7. CAIRO. ILLIHOIS. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER S, 1875. ' NO. 220.
THE GREAT MONEY KINO'S LAST SWIM.
flip Nlor.v if
In II In
Hii Body Found Floating Face Down.
The llmikor.'lirornli l m-open in
Buiineit Froipecti Brightening and Feeling
From the Can KrancUco Chronicle,
ami a .
' He iliouM illtd hereafter."
A nu extraordinary anil unexpected
finale to the kIooiii mid txciteine lit of
tliu last two ilnys William (,'. Ibilstori,
the delluoned bank klnjr. wuh drowned
yesti'riiny nrturuocm wiuio nntiiiu;; at
North Iteach. No one who waa present
while the run prevailed at the hank, anil
miw him pale, hut resolute, sweep around
within tliu counter, and May the trail-
blliiir hands of liH clerk and tellers
from lurther dialnirtcinciitu, could have
tiiouuntfiiidi a catastrophe even remotely
posMble. IIW appinrunce was slmjily
that of a hero, conquered, hut undU
uinyetl. Hut meat iiiiliire.j. nerved to
great crlH'f, break Hiddenly, and aic
gone, the victims of accident, or Mibjcct
to eternal laws.
Ill till. Ifflf llf.rltlir tif InriLKliliillni. r.t ll.n
i. ..it .i , in ml Hlillllfll ll iiiu
alliilr at the beach, the reporters were be
Fet by a troop of rae.l urchins who
were desirous ol Imparting all they knew
of the proceedings of the deceased. Thev
eagerly led the way along the .shore to ii
point in uiu vicinity of the smelting
works, where a f mull helf ot hard cl.iv
reared Itself Irom tlw wxste of while
fand. "Here." upoku up n little urchin.
wlio ran hastily lorward to the shelf and
Illustrated his explanations bv sitting
upon the shelf and dangling )iis sliort
leg, "Here's when; thu man sat down
before he went to the hath liou-c, an' 1
faw him tear up a little book and throw
the pieces Into the water, did'nt we.
".Ihn." who was tlius annealed to. eon.
lirmeil the auranee.s of his eompntilnii,
adding that it was "a grocerv book witli
i yellow cover." The little tellows then
stated that "the man" got up and walked
around to the rear of thu smelting works
to the Neptune Ii.itli-liou-e. maintained
hv Clarence lilchnrila. A llttli- fnitlii.r
along the beach in the crevices between
the rocks, and in tlic shadow of the
riiiR'lting work.-, the reporter found a
number of scrap ol yellow cover and a
lew stray pieces ol nanor. Unc or thu
niece contained the following word and
letters: "No. 7. My dear si-ter, one
nu" written in n scrawling hand,
which was sttb-eiiucntly determined not
to re.-ctnble that of Mr. ItaUtou hi any
degree whatever. A few moments after
ward, Captain I.ecs accompanied tho re
porter to tliu Neptune llulli-liou-e.oii the
licnch near the Ulaek l'olnt Wuoluu MllU,
lor the purpose orccurltig Mr. Kalstou's
clothes, which had Ijeen 'secreted by tlie
bath-house keeper. On arriving at the
bath-house they weru ushered by Mr.
Kichards into a small room, which was
npparcntlv u-cd by the lamily of the
keetter im" idllliijr rnom J lie ceiling of
the room was latticed with lines ol rope,
roin whicli ruspended toweUu-ed by the
bathers. The walls were hung with lith
ograph- and small exaggerated reprt'sen-
ations 01 sea nie aim its inamioiti Han
gers. 1 he keeper ol tliu hou.-e, who had
beenihullrst to wait the sorrowiui ti
dings Into the city, was laboring under
the mo-t iutcne excitement, and his
bared forehead and weather-beaten cheeks
were stained and glistening with beads of
Captain Lees informed him that he had
come after Mr. HaUton's clothes. The
keciwr folded his arms and shook his
head, with his lips compressed. "Von
can't have 'm sir. I ain't going to give
cm to anvbody but one of Mr. KaMou s
relatives." Tne Captain gently attired
lin that "that was all right;" ho was
Captain of 1'olicc, and lie would give him
a receipt for the clothes and other arti
cles, it lie wished. The man obstinately
reluscd, however, to part with them, in
sisting that they had been lntni f
his care by Mr. Jialston, iind he would
not part with mem 10 any jiei
. 1 . .....' r.il.lt l'l)
ii.iii. niiM in .tir. ik:ii.sLiMi .s iiiiinni
imnillv. anion'' the narty at the beach,
nt tliu spot where the banker wits lying,
wa Colonel Frv, the fatliur-ln-law of the
deeeaedV The Captain dlpatclied a
inestenger for the Colonel, ami in the in
terval the keeper i elated to the reporter
his story of the visit 01 Jir. itaiston to
his place. . .....
"Von see, .nr. Jiiiiston nas oeen in uiu
habit lor the last three or lour mouths of
coming to my house and bathing out
there lu tliu buy. He used to ride down
here on a line spirited horse, but umiri
to-dav. The last time ho was here was
on last Moiidav, lu the afternoon he
used to always bathe lu the alleinoon.
lie ueti to pay me lour una every iimu
he came, ami always refused change,
and I gave him extra towels and extra
Mint tin- liU room. 'I'o-dav he came ill
about half-past a o'clock, lie didn't come
on ins uorse, as i sain nciore, ami i was
uiiirlscd tit it. Jin came lu tne oiner
wav there along tne ueacu irom tnu
Smelting Works. Ho went into one ol
t luin s u i t rooms 10 iiimres-, unci liv
hi" me another four-bit piece. 1 went
into the room to bring lilm ui extra ear-
net lor the lloor. When I went lu ho
w.is undressine:. and his face was cov
ered with sweat, having walked from
the bank, ou California street, around tho
water-front. I said : 'Mr. llalston, you
nrn wentlnir a irreat deal:' and he an
swered, saying, 'Oh, 1 11 rub myselt well
and take a showor-batli belore 1 go in.'
I then left, and ho went on undressing
"A short time alter he cauio to the
door of ilils room, and immicu litems
olnt ies. anvliiL'. Mvcc tneso ior me,
Mr. lllchards ; there are valuable papers
in my pockets.1 He'd never left his
clothes with mo before, and I took good
cure of them. Then i saw mm smin
tiltur Imvnnd Unit nllo out there. Ho was
a snfendfd swimmer, timl every time ho
camo here he used to swim out us tar as
iimt. ihi' iiint rivismi. von see. 1 wnsn
anxious about Ipid, anil didn't notice him
mt. r. it tnu iiilinito imerivard
ii. ij mill,-. Ail i, ivti. I
n innii. wlinsn imiiin 1 have filllCO lOIU'lieil
Is Mr. Gliunbonl, camo running up to tho
house, mid said : 'Mister, tli.it man who
weipt In n few moments ago swimming
wo can't sec him?' That alarmed me,
and I went out on tho beach and looked
nil around tho water, but couldn't see
111 in . Some one said that he had gono on
down past tho smelting works. 1 said
to myself, 'That's bad , lie never used to
do that,' and I hurried up and got my
boat out, and rowed down by the smelt
There were men looking off the
wlmrl of the works, and I saw, away
down by Mclggs1 wharf. Clark, the en
gineer ot tliu Jlullion, the. steamer be
longing to the works. He was Inn small
boat, and was just drawing Mr. Hnlston
out ol the water Into the boat. Clark was
all alone, but after some trouble he sue
cveded lu getting him Into the boat. He
rowed to the little cove, where he is
Ivlnjr now. I thought that he was dead,
and! rowed on to Mclggs' wharf, where
1 tied my boat nut, jumped ichore, and
ran us fast us I could to the City Hall. I
don't know what caused his death, ex
cept that he caught a cramp while In
Shortly after the keeper had concluded
his story, the Messenger, attended by
Colonel Fry, entered the house. Cap
tain I.ecs Introduced the Colonel to tliu
keeper u n relative. The keeper there
upon expressed his willingness to give
lilm the clothes, and Captain I.ecs and
the keeper repaired to the upper story of
the house, where the latter had concealed
the articles. The Colonel, who was
greatly aireeted, remained lclow. A re
porter nuked him what ho thought of the
iiflair. lie said that It was very sad, in
deed, but that It was tinijuestlonably an
accidental death. Ho added that he was
aware of the fact that .Mr. Hulston fre
rpienlly visited the bath house for tliu
purpose ol taking baths.
lien the Captain and Colonel Fry re
turned to the room they had the clothes
packed in mi old valise which they found
iip-stalr.s. The reporter eagerly iues
tloncil the Captain us to whether there
were any papers found disclosing any In
formation whatever, and the Captain
stolidly replied, "Not a thing."
"Well, what were In the pockety, Cap
tain';'' asked one of them.
"There were only a bunch of keys, a
few dollars and a statement ot thu bank
nllairs, which Colonel Fry has but there
was nothlu about tills iill'air at all."
The party then left the house, Captain
Lees and Colonel Fry going over the hill
to the residence of the latter, at No. 1812
Jackson street. Tho reporters strolled
along the beach to the smelting work",
where the story of the discovery of the
body Healing by was obtained.
Shortly belore tliu hour of I the men
were at work as usual, when a oue-arined
man cinnloyed on the wharf called them
out and said : "Hello, there's n dead man
floating along." The men ru-lied to the
edge of the w harf, and, looking over pcr
cieved t lie body of thu bather floating
fucu downward. In the direction ofMeiggs'
wharf. Mr. Clark, mentioned above.
Immediately got out hlboatnudrcscured
the bodv, but unfortunately, too late to
In the course of the afternoon the re
porter met two intelligent young men,
named respectively William Mathews and
Alfred Fankley, both residing at No. WW
Miion street, who were in swimming at
the time Mr. Itaiston walked along the
beach toward the bath house. lie ad
dressed Fankley. asking linn If the water
was cold. The" lad replied. "Not very,"
and his questioner entered the bath'lug
house. After he had entered the water
and was swimming out ho ivm accom
panied bv tliu lad Malhows. Tho latter
seeing that .Mr. Itaiston was swimming
out wry far, said, "Oil, you're going to
Tiir for tne," ami returned to shore.
Those were tha la-t words addressed to
the great bunker. The lud added that ho
gazed out at theswluimer after reaching
the shore. Ho was still swimming out,
anil from time to time tos-ed the water
tip to his beiul.
A.OTlti:i: STOItV IIV A.V nVi:-WIT.NKts.
Oscar Meysel, ol the Niagara House,
.Til Hush street, told the following lust
evening to a Chronicle reporter: "I was
bathing at the foot of Larkln street, at
North lleaeh. at about U:.'tO this after
noon, when Mr. Itaiston arrived there.
He went into a batliing-liouse and di
vested himself of Ids clothing and then
took a shower bath. He ran brlsklv
down the beach In his bathing-suit and
plunged into the bay. I saw him swim
ming toward the old steamer, about 'J00
yards from the shore. Ho was about
halfway between the smelting works
and tho old boat when ho turned on his
side, and in a few minutes alterwards he
madu two or three dives. He was under
the water an unusual length of time, and
thu bathing-house keeper rowed swiftly
out to the place where Mr. Itaiston went
down and secured the body. I hastily
put ou my clothing and called threo or
le'ALV'i'l'.-. J&.WiYt.rVr JteJr '--w ,iuyi
slcian arrived in a half an hour after
ward, and wo tried to re.-toro Mr. Itai
ston to life. I nut my mouth to Mr,
nMon's lins and breathed in his mouth.
nt the same time the iihvslelan Dressed
'ainst his stoinaeli. ror the tlrst Halt
hour wo thouglit that we weru surely
bringing him to nie, nut ins nps oegau
to grow cold, and alter an hour and a
halt's work the physician pronounced
him dead. . . .
It was decided by tliu uoroncr aim tnu
friends that tin body should be removed
to thu resldu'icu of tlie deceased, which he
left living lu tliu morning tor tne last
time, lletore starting It was thought best
that the lrlends ot thu deceits' U mould
tkc a look attho body for the purpose ot
identitlcation. The rough lid was shoved
oil' thu head of tho eollln, and thu Mayor,
the gentlemen ot thu bank and others
presneii lorwaru to iook anno nice ajjiow
with health onlv a short hour belore.
Theru was no mistaking the tamlliar
lineaments. The features were mottieii
nnd decolored. There weru sllullt
abrasions on the face and breast, and
foam was oo.Iiil' from his inoutll. lliosc
who saw turned away shuddering and
tearful. Tho dead wairou moved on.
followed bv a sad cortrirc. and tircccdcd
to tliu liottsu uy several gentie-
inen, whosu niourniui onico it was to in
lorm .Mrs. Halston who it was ex
pected would be tound there ol tne ter
rible bereavement which had befallen her,
It has already bocn stated that slio had
left the place, and tho unpleasant
dutv fell ttnou relatives. who
conveyed the information to her at the
House oi coionei u. u. t ry wnero
she and her children weru staving
She was perfectly paralyzed with griel
nt tliu appalling calamity. 'I no party
who tircccdcd the bodv bv a luw niO'
mcnts. were met at the door by a colored
servant, who expressed some signs of as
tonishment at tliojunexpccted visit. When
told mat .Ml' illusion was ueaii nun ins re
mains would soon bo there, ho was so
nernlexcd as to onlv bo able to stammer
out. "What Mr. Itaiston: William
Hnlston? William 0. Itaiston ?" When
further assured ofthe fact, ho struck Ills
forehead wlldlv with his IiiiikI, and said
pathetically, "My God! how can that bo
posslblo?" Thu ueail-wagou citmo a fuw
moments afterwards, and the body of
tho Into owner of tho lordly mansion was
borne reverently In, and tho ruiio uox m
clnsliiL' It was nlnced ou a costly carvei
table hi one of tho elegant rooms of the
tl ist store. Then theru followed such
sccno of grief as W only posslblo when
strong men lose their self-control nnd '
give way lo ovcrimwcnng emotion.
There were present there, lmvlng tol-'
lowed the body from the bench, or hav
ing been brought by me inre nuciiigenci!
n little later, ifobert F. .Morrow. Colonel
.1. I). Fry, Colonel llarnes, II. T. Wnkc
lee, A. A. Cohen, Jennings S. Cox, May.
or Oils, Charles N. Felton, Senator Sha
ron, George Karstotv. Henry F. Wlllard,
Mr. Ilrown, late cashier, nnd S. Franklin,
Secretary ol the Hank of California,
and Captain Lees. Mr. Sharon laid
his head on thu mantel-piece and wept
like n child. Mr. Ilrown cowed in one
corner, overwhelmed with grlel. The
tender sorrow exhibited by Captain Lees
was one ot the mot touching features of
the occasion. He hail been a true nnd
tried friend of Mr. llalston, and the reel
lug had been warmly reciprocated. His
expressions of Indignutloii nt those who
had brought about the fatal event that
hud thrown the city Into lamentation
were heartfelt and Impressive. "Just to
think," said ho, "that this mai, who
made every man ho touched a mlllbnalre,
walked out ol thu house this morning
homeless and penniless." Mr. Franklin,
his gray-headed associate for many years,,
sat upon the steps in the corridor, look-
l ng utterly dcMltutc and woe-bc-
gonc. itnreiy, h ever, has a more
sorrowful assemblage ot grlef-strlcktn
mourners (fathered about the body of
one whom they had loved nnd honored
in life- It seemed as If no ray ol sunshine
could ever stream in on their lives again.
Tho coroner came in due time, bringing
with him a still chiller atmosphere ot
death. With formality, which
seemed a mockery in such a
time and place, he impan
elled ajury consisting ol the following
persons; .1. It. (j.'irul, C. L. Weller,
II. F. William-, A. A. Cohen, It. F. Mor
row, .1. II. Kecne, Colonel Humes and J.
C. L. Wadsworth, several or these hav
ing come later ou tliu scene. Then the
oath was administered over the
body, and .several took their de
parture with the intimation that
liiey would be wanted to-day tit
1 o clock. Next came the undertakers'
men, useful in their wav, but their way
Is not one ol tenderness and nnoction,
but simply of business, a splendid cas
ket followed a fuw moments after. The
remains were washed, dressed, nnd placed
In this more appropriate receptacle, and
the un-lghtly eollln whitli had llrst en-clo-ed
them wa carried awav out of
sight. In the meantime most" of those
whom the llrst shock liad brought to the
hou'o had gone their several wars, leav
ing in the house of death onlv a'fu.v mili
tary mourner?, among whoui were Col
onel Harnes, Captain Lee, Mr. Rrowu,
.Mr. Franklin, and a solitary reporter.
The twilight came on, cold and
cheerless, ndding the gloom with
out to that brooding within. A
silent crowd or sympathetic lieoplc had
long been gathered on the street, starlni?
at the closed windows from the sidewalks
and adjacent corners, who regarded the
house as If it weru n mausoleum contain
ing some relative of their own. Tho
tasteful house on which Mr. HaUton had
sscriticed his thoughts nnd his wealth
could not even be used tor his funeral
It had ceased to be his home, nnd he
could not be buried from a place that had
been iii. ami nn bis no longer. When
u-vt-rj uuiiff rcuny tlx, remains were
rcmuieii iu me iiousc Ol Colonel J j)
Fry, where they were received by .Mrs!
Itaiston. who'e unspeakable grief was
sacred from thu intrusion even ot inti
SOT During' the epidemic of nitirnilt-
ll'llK. Ill 111.. U l it till.; ci..,c,, ,1 i
immense stock of Ayer'n Ague Cure be-1
came e.xiinusieu, and the producing power
of his Laboratory was found Inadequate
to meet the demand. Many who knew
Its extraordinary virtues lor the curu of
Chills and Fever, paid exorbitant prices
for it. This Agtiu Cure Is said, hv those
who use it, to never fall. Keader.'if vou
must havu medical aid, take the Iwst of
medicine. I'oor lemedies are dear, as
good are cheap, at any price you have to
pay lor them. CharUtton Cuuritr.
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MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
West iido Commercial Avenue, between
Xlffhth and Ninth etreeU,
(Next door to .1 . Ilurger's dry kooUs utore.l
A full line of the latest uuil moat lahlonable
HATS AND BONNETS
always on hand. Alio every variety of
Ribbon 8 Laoos and Trimmings,
a" ... at.- nlwi.aul t, tlio niAt rANllv. LftlllfS
uill rtmlanv anil eerytliluit in herstoi-e lora
complete street, ball or irty
I'rlceii to comele with any in the wet.
rt-Alao ageiit for the Hume Sewing Machine.
BOX and BASKET CO
"All kind bard and lofl,)
FLOOBINO, SIDING, LATH, to
Mill md Yr4,
Jorner Thirty-Fourth Strt and
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MSBCHAKDISX OF
HALLET. DAVIS L CO.'S
Of World wide Reputation.
Acknowledged by all Rood Mnilelani te the
oeii riano now uuuie.
THE OBEAT UNIOH FIAKO,
Of which wo have sold over 400 during
twelve yean pait, becoming more and more
popular every !)'.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone. Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very flno Instrument, adapted to lnitru
tn.uUl a well as vocal wualc.
ALL THE AnOVK ARE OFFERED ON
Easy aionthlyl'ayments, at lowneurei
regardless of List I'rlces.
In great variety, Including all the new
and popular music ol SfcnV'
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
FKENCH HARPS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furnished to Order.
BTBIH08 FOR YICOTI, flUITAJU, ETC.
Of the Best Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercisss
or all trades for l'iino or Voice.
taTEvery deicrlptlou or Muilcal Mer
chaudlie fumiihed to order, promptly aud.
at price! lower than ever offered before.
OESCY ALSO Or
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Hcnd for Illustrated Catalogue and Trice
Lilt of these beaut I fill grotipei.
AU Otots Wamated ai Keiruiaua.
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZA",
WHOLSalALX AND BJCTAIL.
IK THE CITY.
Gooda Sold Vary Olaaa,
Comet IStk St. and Oojamerolal At
C. 0. PATH CO.
ixoua, MaALaaAi hay,
iSD DIALM IN
LIMX, OXMXKT, KiASTMt.
VmUr Oltf lUtlaud
I WILL Nil In or-load lot U m
prion, Muif 1'icltht.
(8uocmom to Job B. rhlllli)
HAY, OOBlf, OATS, FL0X7B,
XXAL, BJUJr, u.
AgMU fir LATLUt XAJI NWS XX CO
:Crmr Tamtk ltrt ui Okl
Z. D. Mathuij.
No CO Ohio Levee,
E. J. Arret.
8. D. Ayre.
AYRES fc CO..
1b. t. thoms,
And ilealecir A MOT
Foreign and Domestic Fruita and Kta
1M COMBIUCIAL AVBHTTB.
11. . cenxmciuu.
PARKER A CUNNINGHAM,
(.Successor to Miller A Parker,)
FOBWABD O ,
And Dealer! lu
WHEAT, MEAL, OBAIN, HAY,
81 OUIO I.KVCI.
j CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
tyWe bare leased the Large Yellow Ware
hou.e, itorace capacity a.uou tons, which glv
na amble CielllUea for aloring and shipping.
C. N. HUGHES,
Ovr Xathmai TO'i.
Flnl-CIaM CuBiiaJilee ray re
78 OHIO XeXTSB,
Citr Sa-oaal Bask BattlUf, tsnMn.