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JOHN II. OBEULY, PROPRIETOR.
I'rcachlng, Kab1.nl N at 10) a.m. and 7 p.tn
I'raycr meeting, Wednesday at 7J p. in.
-lamiaui n;ilooi,.i i.lll. .1. ,n. 'lll'(lcn, ."Ml-
perlntciidont. lti:v. 11. Tiiavkic, I'astor .
MKT110I)lHT.-Cor. i:irlitli and WnltiutSUi, '
rreaclilnir, Sahbnlli at 10j a.m.. arid 7 11, m I
I'raycr iHHCtliir, Wednesday," p.m. I
!:abbtli School, a. p.m. I.. W. Stlllwcll.
Hujierlnkfident. ltr.v. K. 1.. ThomJ'MW,
CHUItCH OK Till: ItKUKKMiat-IKplsco-lial.)
.Morning prayoM. Sabbath 10) a.m.
Kvenlnt; prnyen, 7J p.m.
ltuv. V.. Coan, Kcr.tsr.
eT. I'ATKICK'H CHt'llCH-NIiitti St. and
l'ubllc service, Sabbath 8:10 ami 10) a.m.
VtKpen, 7 p.m.
SubliHlh School, 'i p.m.
hut vivo ery iliiy, m a.m.
ItBV. 1. J. (,'HAI.LOItA.V, l'rlet.
-T. JOSKl'll's ClintCll.-((,eniiau, or
ner of Walnut and Ci-om ttreett.
3laii, every Sabbath at 10 o'elocU a. lit.
Vtpcr, "J p. in.
Mn during week dny, H o'clock a. in.
lti:v. c. IIO) kiA., 1'rlett.
trcet between Washington Avenue and
l'reachlm Hunilay mnnuiis at 10 o'clock.
Subbath ehool ut '1 o'clock p.m.
lti:v. O. IK i:ii!( ii.M'it, l'jstor.
VOt'NG ALKN'S CHltlaTIAN Ah-foCIA-TION.
ltrular meeting eccond Motidai
eucli montJU at their room o r Itoekweil
V Co', book More, CmumiTciad avenue.
Weekly I'raycr ujeciliif,', rrld iy,7J p.m. at
I.. W. STir.LWKt.i.. l'rcldcnt.
SKCONI) MIKSIUNAItY lJAl'TlST
MlUHCHf Corner .Sycumorc and Fort-
Ur-t htrect. 1'reuihltiK' hibbath nt 11
o'clock a. in. and ;l o'clock p. in..
.Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
TJih church N connected with the llllnol-
.Woclatiou, bv the First Mllf)ii.r)' Hap-
list t.hilrch ol Oalro.
Jti.v. Solomon LkoNaiiii, l'ator.
AFItlCA.V MKTHOniST.-I ourteetith, be
twceli Walnut and Codar.
Scrvlreh, Subbath, 1 1 a.m.
.-.Villain N'liool, lj p.m.
C1a.'i meeto at H p.m.
ixo.vi) rm:i: wn.i. hai'tisp-fu.
ireulli Street., between alnut and Cedar.
srn lrc Nibbath. 1 J and a p. in.
IthV. N. Hicksj, l'astor.
fllKK WIM, UAl'ilST iiomi: MISSION
SAIillATU HCHOOl.. Conicr WaUiut
and Cedar Street".
Sabbath .-chool, 11 n.m.
FIllsT FKKK WII.I. HAI'TISI ( HUltCH
.Scnice, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A 7 p.m.
ltuv. Wm. K:i.i.i:v, Factor.
FHtr.' MISSIONAItY ItAl'TlsT CIIIJIICII.
-.'eJar. between Ninth und Tenth ftts.
I'reachlUK Sabbath. Mi a, in. and 71 p.m.
I'raycr meeting, edne-day eeulii;.
l'reachiin. Friday evening.
Sabbath school, 1) p.m. John Vaullaxter
aud Alary Stephen. Superintendent's
1IKV. T. .1. tlioitiw, l'astor.
MKCONI) ISAI'TImT CHL'IiCH Fourteenth
."street, between Ccdnr &ud Walnut. Tho
only llaptist church recognized by thu A-
S'-rr'ccs:, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 'A p,m. and 7 p.m.
KfV. Jacoii IIiiaiii.kv, i:Ukr.
HECHKT Oil U KHS.
caiko commandkky. no. is. Mated
Ai-cmbly at the A) lum Masonic Hall, tint
uit 111 In I Mondays in each month.
JA1UO COt'NCll., N". 2L itcgular Convo
cation at Musonlo Hull, tlio second Friday
lit tuch month.
CAIKO CHAl'TJMt No. Tl.-Kegular Con
vocation lit Macule Hall, mi tlie third
Tuei-day ol every month.
CA1JU) J.OUC.i:, No. 2-J7 K. A: A. M.-r.egtl-lar
Cotumunlcatloni at Ma-onlc Hall, Uiu
econd ami fourtti Jlonilay of each mouth.
ALKXANDKIt LUDfli:. 221-Meets in Odd
Fellows' Hull, in After building, evuy
Thursday evening at B o'clock.
Governor John I., llevorldgc.
Secretary of State (ii-orgo H. Harlow.
Auditor of.Btulc-O. II. l.lpplneott.
SUM Treasurer Capcr Itutz.
Attornov General Jumis K. l.dsall.
Supt. 1'iibllc Instruction-Newton lJutctniiu
Senators ltlcllard .1. Ogle-by HUd John A.
''IfeprcseuUtlvo F.ljjhtccutli District Iacc
mi:miu:rs on.NiiitAL assembly.
Hcprcentatle In the both dlst-lct
John 11. Obcrly, Win. A. Lemma and Math
Senator for Hie 50th district. Je-o are.
.Judge I). J. linker, of Alexander.
Stale's Attorney I'.itrlck H. rope.
Uerk It. S. Yiu uin.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Trcaitirer.
.Judge F. Hro.
Aoclates-J. K. MeCrlto and S. Marchll
uon. Clerk Jacoh 0. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Oossunn.
,itvr-iiti i. imiTllVMIIMT.
Mayor .lohti M. Lanvlcn. uoki-L Yr trt
Treasurer n. -. vhiuiiiukhuiu. ,
Comptroller K. A. Hurneit. 2? H t o. .
lilerK -niciiaei iiunit.-.
; Michael Howloy. . .
ii:d-Alw-emti. r,"x. :U
ncy-1'. H. l'ope. , jT ',
o Muirl-drutc K. Hros and H.VLah
Chlcr of l'ollco 1.. H. Mycin.
Mayor .John M. Laiisdon.
First Ward 1. 0. Schuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward liio. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staatu Taj lor.
Ctty-at-Largo W. 1. llalliduy und 1)
lluri ' noAtiD of AUr.iiMr..N.
first Ward -James ltearden, A. 11. Suf-
"SliSfrU-HMi.cunnlnsh.m. K. Hu
.Ihi- O. Stancel, .lumen Swayne.
J Thlid WardlWni. Siruttiin, .1, II. l'hllll;
Viilirl 1 want till". ivuimiiuii, u. il
.-ease, J. 11. Mctcalf.
JJ. WAllDNEH, M. D.
ijilleo and Ucsldeiirn 111 Commercial ave
nu", (noxt door to tlio Atliimcuin)
Dll R. 0. TA1IE11,
Will resume tlio practlco ol IjU profclon
WILLIAM U. SMITH, M. D.
. . i
'e-UJ Ooomierolal aTena.P tlr.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SKatDENO-ornrNlpth and ,W!'l0ult'etJ',
08-oornr But nd.?d V"
chouji-rromo .m, tol m.na'P1"
03r2TXCE, 33TTIiIi2U,ri3r 33TTTTjX)X?fCC3r, COB. 12TH BTEBET A-ttTID
- ' Ul'
THE SKW VOJMC WOItl.I) EN.
DEAVOWS TO ItAliLY
THE ItAELVINO Cl'V IS KHKK
TRADE. THE IM()TIIEI?.LV.EAW,. MINIS
TEH CHAM EH AKHIVES
IN NEW YOKK.
CUtiS YKM, AND CAMKKON
IN DIANA l'Ol.IS,
rKi:K-rnAi)K roaniK wont i.
N KW Yoiik, April '.'3 Tli. AYorld tl.t
inornintf, In n long uitlclo on tho Ddiiio
rntltf party, mys: "V.. nto In fellowship
with all yi iniioo fro-triirter... Wo corn
political iuoclMtlon with nny protectionist.
J'.very ciiiMn who Ii unn)ulvi.cl!y for
frin-lradu h r jjood .pr.oiifjh
DcmiKirat for in. No protectionist em
bo n Democrat nt ml. Wo ithko
all our !iopo on making tho Democracy
an out and nut, thick and thin, utcgrcfiivu
and, if you please, Intolerant fret-lrado
pHrty, siibordinatirn; til Iuei to this, and
thereby dra-ving to itself all cili.eni who
havo k lru appreciation of thu sreat
Kitilk Kocit, April -J. A proposed
amnndment to tho conitltution lo-dny was
palled by the liouo, fxeinplln; from tax
ation j5W) worth of personal proporty,
arnl 100 acre of land.
INSiTUUCTKD TO IN VEHTIOATK.
Washington, April 'JJ. It ii acsr-
tfitried from nn ob'lcial tnurco that Minis
ter .loy und Mcblrnlh, in udiiilion to Ue.
in;; instructed to exurnino fully into the
charge of thu snlo of ilti for rcitaurauti
on Amurlcitn ground ut tho Vienna expo
sition, have juil ben instructed by tote
graph to extend their cxamlnntion to a
chargo recontly made of tho sulo of corn
mlotoncrthlpi. Tlmy havo power to im
pend uny cotnmisiiouor implic"ted, tho
power of removal rests with the president.
CKAMCB, THE IIROTIICR-l!-I.AW, AlllltVCrt.
Nr.w York, April 22. Among the
passcngeri hy the steamer cupuaila,
from Hamburg, to-day, wai M. J. Cra
mer, UniUd .Viatel minister reiident at
CRESWELL ANK CAMKUQN.
Imhanai-olis April 'JJ. J'oitnnster
(Jcriaral Croswell and Hun. Pinion dm-
eron xrrivod in this city tin morning.
They spout the torenoon in visiting in tho
city, nnd ut 'J o'clock met tho inerchanti
at tho Merchant s l.xchangv.
dvtcii nxrKniTiov nrcAt.LEt.
1.0SHON, April 'J2. A dispatch from
l'enun" under date of to-day, announce
that tho Dutch expedition against Atrhen
Inn been recalled to Penang. Oirbrcsk
aro apprehended at other parH of tlio
TIIK HUTCH Lo;?E.
Titc IIaole, April 'J-J. Tho minister
of colonics informed tho chamber of dep
uties to-day that tho Dutch loiiei during
tlio campaign againit Atcheneso woro
seven nlllcers, and thlrty-oight wm killed
and thirty.fivo oflicer und thrco hundred
and clgluy-thrco men wounded.
l'UE.S EN TAT I ON.
1'aki". April 'JJ. Hon. K. 11. Wnih
burne, L'nited Statci minister, to-day pro
ecnteJ to lliron do lujub-., Uruzlliau nm
bassndor on behalf of tho Amorican gov
eminent, two cases ellvnr plate, in ro og
nitlon of the ability and itnp.mii.lity with
which ho discharged his duties ns n mom
br of tho (icnovtt tribunal of nrbitratioti.
llaron da Iujuba in reply to tho reinarks
mado by Mr: Wiishbunii', .acknowledged
gracefully tho romplimont b)itowed upoa
ill m hy tho United .Statos government.
Hon. It. O. Schenck, American minister,
wns present on tho occasion.
WPiTIJPR PR PORT. M
"Wamiinoton, April'JJ -.lVobiibilitinJ
Tho area of low barometer will extend
Wednedy cattward over tho Middle
Atlantic coast, und thenco northenst ns n
storm' of eonsiderablo Hovcrity, Thn ba
rometur continues to riio In tho North
west, mid ovor tho trpFr I.ajjos, with
cold northerly wind. Southerly winds
veering to northorly In AYoitorn Gulf
State?, probably forming a sovero north
ern. For Kaftorii Oulf i'I
South Atlantic States fouthwt
winds veering to northwost wind, cloudy
weutlur und falling tomporuturo. .For
No,w Knglaml, Now York unit J.ower
K'ikei, northeast winds, cloudy and rain.
For lalto Mich's"), incroaslng northorly
winds during Tuoidity nlu'ht. Coutlonary
tigiiuU continued at Ohicagj, Mllwaukcs, t
Grand llavott, Dotrolt, Cleveland, Uitllal
Uochoitur, Oswego, Wilmington, Norfolk,
r. ( ... ... . , ..a.I
Ciipit 3luy mid Ilaltlinore, and ordered
for Charleston, Savitnnal, New York,
New London nnd Now Haven.
Milwaukkk, April 'JJ A Mr. Hob
bison from Minnesota, uged 122 yours,
pasted through hero to-d.iy to visit. u ton
TIIH MODOUS HEMAINS
.MANY DEAD FOUND IN CAPT.
JACK'S KOKMEU STItONC!
I10LI). I.ATEIl DISI'ATCmiS KKl'OKT
IIKAVY FlItINO AT I.O.Nt
OH.V. HHKUMAN IN (1001) SIMIUT.S
ovim Tin: nkwh to-day
rOT VKT KITEKS1INATEU,
Hkalquaistehi, Kava Uki, April 'Jl.
Nothing for. her hni transpired. Wo aro
wailing tho return of thn cavalry. Tho
Warm Spring Indians aro scouring tho
country eait of tho bultlo ground, work
ing towards the crates, which ond in n
high ledgo. thu Modoc stronghold on thn
south. If tho Modoos hare (led to thu,
wo will striko tho trail, ur.d tho troops
will follow as loon as puisihlu. Tho cav
airy will return to-night, ur.d then we
vili know whether they havo Hid to tho
south. Tho Warm Spring Indians and
tho cavalry will probably comruiinlcuto
with each other to-day. Col. Mason
has moved his camp into Captain Jck's
lair. Tho Livu bed presents
A IIORIItULE M-KCTACLK.
llodies nro discovered in crevicil, and
undor heaps of rucks. A sickening stench
is lllliug tho air. Tliero must havo been
tunny killed and wonrided that wo know
nothing or. Their wounded must hnve
been of it groater rata than our own.
Thu ground was literally covered with
frngmot;! of brokon shells. Tho shells J
fell in th'j uia'n cenlie of their camp, scat- ,
toring inot o( their women und children,"
who wero not removed befora tho maisacrn l
of thu peace cotntnls-ioacri. Thoro wero
nboiit -JJ0 men, women and children, 00
of whom could fitfht. Yesterday tho boys
JtAI'Tl-hNED AN OLK fQU.WV
Who was unablo to cscapn. Shu con II rim
lb death of Schonlchin, tho second chief,
shot by Meacham. If tho Indians make.
k stand this country will bo in n horrid
statu this surnmur. Itinchcrs ami their
onttle will ! compolleJ to abandon their
ranches. Deiparalo savagei will ro.im
Ihwo rocky fastnoiscs nnd will work.
Of property, aud catiso fearful lo of lily.
Tho troop will not bo Idle. Too Modocs
will havo no chanco to recruit their sbat
tred force', and extermination Is tho
word. Thu country is aroused. This sec
tion U in torriLU tcitomcnt, nnd all bus
iness impended, In a g,.. measure, In
hourly expectation of hetring .r
mnssacro of dnfenceless citizens living In
thu valleys. If tho Modocs but in.iko n
stand together, v,o will soon have
TUB I.AT ONE,
But scattering in small bands it will bo
next to impossiblo to get thein.
XATER 10 A. M.
Firing communcod at tho hcuil of Long
Cave, whero tho troops wero attacked by
tho Indians coming down for water. Tho
escort coming iu to meet tho pack train
bin ulso been uttickcd. The men nro or
f ALL IN LINE.
Light battery U, and Cth artillery, oto
on tho way, from l'resideo, with cavalry.
Ilattery O, llh nrtlllory, is also on tho
way. Tho attack Is about a tnilo from
camp. Firing heavy and 6teady. Tho
escort is driving tho Modocs. No par
ticulars beforo thor.outler leaves.
They number llfteon or twenty nnd aro
well armed. Col. Mendonhall's command
has been ordered by way of Shasta
valley, instead of tho I'itt rivor route.
TIIH NEWS IN WASHINGTON.
Wahinoton, April 'JJ. Gun. Sher
man nnd other olTloials at '.ho
war dopartmcnot nro in encod
ing Jubilant spirits to-day, over
tho receipt of ti tolegram from Gon. Scho
Hold announcing thu tho Mo.locs havo
not escaped, as reported, but nro etlll In
tho Lava bods, and will probably bo ox
torminatod. (lonoral Schofluld reports
that Col. 5lllcm is now conllJont that ho
can prevent tho Indians from escaping,
nnd willboiiblotollnisli tho contest In n
vory fow day?.
VtiEic , April 21. Jamas Glenn who
arrived ut eight p m from tlio front, bring
dispatches Irom Col. Ollotn. Ho left nt
10;:i0 yesterday, and reports being shot
at twli'o when four miles this lido of camp,
by Indians, but was not touched. Tlio
company who started out day beforo yes
terday will return to-niht.
tattlers on Ilogusund Willow creek nro
inuoh oxcllod and nil nro pieparing to
move Into town. It Is suppoiod tho Miv
docs uro ut Crystal creek, in Scoott val
loy. Tho Klamath ilvor Indians were
palntod nnd having war dances.
tub vekv r.ATtsr.
San FitAJtoisen, April 21. Tho follow-
. . isjl) jMl08t dispatch rccolved from
I tho Lavu bod :
ilKAIKilMlllKUS M0I)T KXI'KDITION,
Lava Ukd, April 'JO. ;
To Major Gen.Schotlo'd, Sn Frunciscb;
1 Tho position of thu Mod tcs tut not yot
been discovered. I think tho band i near
tho mountains In tho southern part of tho
Lava buds, about I miles south otlholr old
sirongliold. All tho cavalry
troops mid "Warm prillg
lndisns aro oui scouting ior mo iruu oi
j tjiu jiodocs,
rno uoiiiet oi to .uouoc
I )mV0 bn found on tho field of tho old
ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, AI'RIL S3, 1873.
stronghold, f lmvc ordered 'J bnlterlei to
thl plnco. It morothan prnbablo Hint If ;
tho Modoc I'Mva llii vicinity tlioy will j
f,o Into tlio inoiintiinr to tlio cait and i
foullionait toward Ooooo Inko and .V'itt j
Slcnorl. A. O. UlLt.HU, .'ol, (Join d.
M! niKK t.v cuiCAO).
Chicago, April A ihoeklnj; mur
der w.ij o.inmIltcd lait tilglit at 603
AYcst Mndlioti street. Vim. llrown, a
colored bnrbor, enmo homo onil four.d or. i
of liU employe, Juio Jonef, n bsy, (cil-
6ml), rliltlni; lil wife, who m Ick n
. , ',, ' . ,,, i
hnl. Ilrown, Ituppcur, bad beon Joalo.M
ot Jones, and nt onco becamo crrnged,
nnd Until v sotting a heavy Iron ik.ilet, ut- toro of knowledge, und an exceeding hup
tnoUud ".lonos and Wit )llm j pv facility of telling what ho knows, uiM,t.
in a toniblo manner over
tho bead, bufuro tho riolso of iho affroy ut.
traded tho Hltnntlon nt ilia moo nt werlt
j in tho shop, which adjoined Jlrown'
ni'iirtnieiiii. uuues wns ifthcn uwjv uuii
1 i . T . I . . 1 I
ft phyiclan called to attend him, but tho
unfortunate man norcr rocorerud con
seiousness, nnd diod onrly this morning.
Tho mutter was then for the first time
brought to tho notlco of tho police, nnd
llrown was arrostod and put in j-s.fl.
THE ON LoTTKIUEii.
Tho I'ust hud nn articlj in this ovuninv',
denouncing lotteries nnd gift enterprise
and urging tho closing of all egoncie for
anything of tho kind In this oily, and the
punishmst of agents. It status that tho
ngonts for tho Kentucky Library Gilt
Concert wil!,be prosontoJ imforo tho grand
Jury of this county by tho statu' s attorney.
A Ml'ltltKI'.KIt EtifAl'r.S.
Nashville, April 'J2. Joso Duko
hillod u inin nnino'l CranU, in Tiixettu,
Jlacon county, this stat, to-day, whilo
circuit oourt was in sesilon. IJuko as
sailed Crimlz withe n stick, when Crantz
resisted with u rock. Duku fired five
times, killing Crantz, and makUg his es
rapo, though IOC peop o were on th itrect
ut tho time.
Sr. Loutif, April 2.'. Flour dull nnd
weak and unsettled. Whu.it in moro du
maud; satpplu lots No 'J spring regular
lold at 1 l.l; soft 1 'JlQl '.Mj No ii red
fill 1 f,j in elevator: -N'o 4 1 lSlTTtt r,f)
Corn uctivo und highuti No 2 mixed Jlftj
ol 1. f.H i. .
iu kiaki. uruiai, (jiiee. uebivi, u .
ntix-jd SiQiiHijc llariey very quiet,
llyo steady nt OirTlCSc. l'ork lower, fur
future not much doing; fur epot seller
Juno up in tho country ltfc; teller July
hern lKjo. Diy 'alt meats still; loo,o
slii.ulJiitn OJr; clear sides Kansas City
fcc; clear rib up in tho country fije.
Ilucon strong; shoulders seller May "5o,Sc
cleor sides seller .May lole; Jobbing nnd
order lots shoulders 7j"; clour rib 10c;
clear Ids 10oVIOJc Linl firm at 7J(rtj
rollnetl S. Whisky in demand ut tile.
Cattlo in better request: fair to extra
choico -JlCv"; stockcrs atj; tnxan -(,0J;
hogs steady und firm ut 4 h05 31).
.MExrnii.1, April 2J. Cuiton ntilet:
cowl ordinary IP10j; middlings 1TJ:.
Keceipt, C83; shipments 403; stock oS.OiS.
Flour dull and nominal. Corn meal
ail3c. Hay dull ... c.)nr,v3 i.,,n
active at $M 30. JlucOn fnlr ile7n-iriV.il.2
advanced; shoulders 8Je; sides 10J(Ti)10.
Lnrd dull and nominal. Fork ecaico and
linn at $19.
New Orlkins, April 22. Tiny dull
and lower; prime $2'J. Fork excited and
higher; held tl8 73; offers of SI8 30 re
fused. D S mea s firmer, 7J(TT;83nTi85(u)7c.
liacon active, nnd higher, KjiojlUjc.
Hamlll4Jc. L'ird firmer; tlorco ro
fincd Op; keg P10!"- Suuar tlull; good
Ixlr to fully fair tfJiSJce. Whiskey oiiiler
SP73:. Sterling 67J; sight Jj premi
um; gold I7j. Cotton stoadyj repent yes
Sr. Louis, April 'J2. Arrived; St.
Johns, Fuiirla; Comet und D.ivngo, Cairo;
JuMi-iou Keokuk; tlunucord, .Mound City,
Great hepublic, Now Orleans; Messongu'r,
Fittsburg. Departed: City of Hebiua,
Vicksburg; Gloncoe, Now Orleans; Wolll',
l.eil river, Comet, Jtobcrt and D-ivuge,
Cairo. Itiver falling slowly. Woalhur
clear cold utid windy, with indication of
n vero storm to-night.
FtrTsituiiu, April .'J --Tho Monotigo
helu is about staliuriury with 6 feet 8 in
ches in tho channel. A telegram from
Oil Citv this orenlnc states that it was
fciiowing and tho river ivas fulling slowly
ut l hut point. Arrivod Juncuta, Cin
cinnati. Djptrt-l: Cnrrio llrooks,
Jutiiaville; Fmd Wilson No 'J, Louisvlllo
with I'J birgos und 133,000 bushels of
coal. Light rain begin falling 'J this
morning." Wcithercoul. Mercury 18.
Nashville, April 'JJ Hivor lulling
with four font nciint on lmrpeth shoals.
Arrivod: Tyrone, from Cairo. Wcuthor
LtTTi.it F.oik, April TX Weather
warm. Jliver 0 foot 1U inches and fall
ing. Lor is villi:, April 22 lliver receding
slowly with 10 feet 1 inch In canal and
Indiana ehuto. Forenoon clear and pbuis
ant; alternoou strong northcii't wind;
evening cloudy and cold. Arrived: Gen.
Lytic, Cincinnatti; Davo No 'J. Madison.
Dcpnrtod: Lytle. C'nclimiitti; Davo No 2,
Madison; Groy Kugle, Ilendunou.
M.. ,11.1114 Anrll 9'' U'i. iiiliitr clnuilv
,Hr..ut ... , ....... -
and warm. Iti vor declining. Arrived:
W F Curtis, Ouachita river. Departed:
Paulino Car 'oil, Mtirblo City, St Joseph,
St. Louis; J D Furkor, Cincinnati; Hullo
Lee, Now Orleans.
Kvan-villi:, April 22. L Mary
Mlllor. Idlowill, Arllngto, Abix, AVild
Duck, Fayette. IJodnuinti and JJullo Ver
non. Down: Mary Amnnt, Tarascon und
Nirk Longworth. Ituslnoss light.
CisciSN'ATr, April 22. Ulvur 25 foot 0
Indies and fulling. It 11 Hudson departed
VicKSUUiw, April 22. Down; lolio,
LiIJullo, Natcbez. Mltcuoll. Up; Sher
lock; thtv of Vtckburg, Dowd, C.ipltol
City. ViVflther clear und warm. Kivor
Tiik Oak Lvur. Tho genulno Chnrtor
O ik stoves liavu an ohU- loif on tho tlin
doow, and aro slampod with tho namii of
"Giles F. Filloy, St Louis.
AYhen buying onu of them, therefore,
look out for those proofs of ironuinesi, and
reject ull that do not Imvo "''
WHAT KX-IMJKSIDKNT DAVIS IS
UOINO-Illb (JIM N ION OK ItKN
HIM AND I.ONOSTUUKT
M.tri'F CITY UOSSIF
Our most noted citl':ii, tlelloti, Jcller
ion D.ivIj, iiihntnott rttlrlrif! ijulot
poron wo liavo iti our community. Ho
devote lilirnolf to his dutiuj at pruitdvnt
of lliu Cnrollnn I.lfo Iniurnnco Company,
timiiugirii; iU nlluirs with (jrent Judgment
und diacrctiori. It U uunurnllv under
'lJ that Mr. DayH li n yood hater, but
I thu iioci hot Imply that hu i not ii vory
Uenml nt.d more than ordinarily cood-
rmtured person, l'osseislng n wonderful
1 t. , ir,T..i
If hu Is liot
I in tho ltabli of t.ardutiim-
neither doej ho nver forget u friend
u u ,s ortNio.v of ut.v. iitLL ANJi
Not long slnco, 1 whs present wh"n n
gentlemen remarked to Mr. Duvls that
tlio political courso of lien. Hill of Geor
gia, was, to say tho least of It, to bo rc
grctled . "Pos'iibhy'imswcred -Mr. Davis,
"Hill might havo pursued n courso in re
cent (Kditics that I would havo likod bet
tor, If 1 cared much about such
things; but I will bo fur from censuring
tho man for nnythlng hu may do now who
stood by mo when nil other forsook our
cause. It was In tholo trying times that
hu proved tho truest of tho true. His pen
and bit voico wero on my sido wnen I
most needed then, und they weto tquul to
ton thousand bayonets, and I shall never
forget; his services." Thu other utideav
nrul to support his position by citing
Longstroot's case, arguing that Longitrcct
hid been n good soldier in a good caup,
yet his lain political antecedents aro tutll
ciont to destroy any nnd nil formor good
opinions formed of lilm. Mr. Davis did
not think tho cases exactly parallel.
Longtrcpt was nn ordinary tnan, v:hoo
placo could havo been supplied by n thou
sanu persons, tun was n great mun nnd
Tho following luttur, writou by l'rofes
sor Nuwjiun, of Kiiglutid, declaring sui
cidu to bo u duty under certain circum
stances. Is thu occnolou of wtdu discus
sljn both In that country und In this. It
is huro primed us a litorury curiosity and
to show iliu direction ouu ot tho leading
minds of England is taking:
Sin I wroto to you ul the of Mr- Lio
nel Tollemnch, who futicles. riuhllv or
wrongly, lhat 1 havo loinuthlti
I whl!tl null inter, t vntt
, j j
Hu remark that you om to regard It
as a rudULtio ud abnurdum to his .views of
euthanasia lhat they would mukoout sui
cide to bo sumutlmes a duty. Many years
ngu 1 bud full reason to belluvu lhat u
Irietid of inlnu (u mun itiurully ur.d in
tollecluully deserving high esteem), in tin
illness lingering und hupele.'i, withdrew
himself from liib somowhnt prematurely
by means of chloroform. 1 huvu no doubt
whatever it was under n sonsu ol duty.
Il led muto sound peruns now and then
as to what they thought of thu ter
minating lifo in caso of hopeless disease,
ospeciully insanity; and tho prevalent re
ply was to Iho ellect, "I glvo no opinion;
but tboro uro many who think a mtinful.
useless, nnd hopeless lifo ought to bo en
ded." If tho present discussion should
lead to freer avowals, without fear of
odium, It would bo valuable I should
luSfiitRi'",V0 ''10 co""n'"s'onurs who visit
for tteirVmeuro opinio Sffl'ifS'i'i.'.'jJ'JX
Somowhnt eailier, in reading travels,
porhups Mungo l'urk s traveli and ac
counts of North American Indians, 1 was
led to meditate on such cases us that of a
purty forced to travel rapidly through
lorcst or desert whero ono of ilium sud
denly falls in strength. If tho rest stay to
curry him, all will purlsh. Thoy re
lucitintly leavo him behind. Sometimes
hu begs to bu killed, lest hu puriidi of slow
starvation, or by vermin devouring him.
Tho (acts, I uoiilus, led mo to tho convic
tion that wu overstrain our roluctnnco to
shorten life. Hut to fuar to leuvu a human
being to perish nluiie, especially at his
command, when elsu others will per.'sh
uselessly tor him, 6cuincd to mo liku tho
caso which, very often occurs lit slcknusr,
whuro lending the sick ruins thu hca'lth of
iheso round him; whero thu strong nnd
young uro crippled, that nn old person
may mUurnbly linger n few months longer.
1, lor c:ii', loo'i; with horror on allowing
tender kinsfolk to sacrillco youthful
health in order to add days or weeks to
my lifo when worn out.
Of courso it is evident that irregular
nnd stealthy tulf-dcstruetion, against tho
moral opinion of a community, has contin
gent evils far greatur than could occur if
such practice was publicly sanctioned un
der fixed conditions. I tulco it for granted
that us marriage, adoptions und wills nre
in every wcll-orgutiizcd stato registered
under public olllcor, eo if euthanasia wero
legalized, It would bo llko securities
against ubtiso. I'ho registrar would bo
rtqulrod to lutorrogatu tlio patient bo
foro witnossej, who would attest his desiro
of death; ami mudiciil testimony bo added
ns to thu liopoleiMiess of recovery. Near
kinsfolk now earnestly drslro tho death of
t patient, when ho Is sull'uring agony, or
oven delirium nnd painful delusions, with
out Itnpo. I do not understand Itow any
otm can fear abuse, if death wero legalized
under deliberately planned restrictions
such as 1 huvo hinted. 1 am, sir, etc.,
Fkanch W. Newman.
"Wcstoii-supor-Maro. Fubrimry, 1813.
A DUMB GUtrS MILLION.
Wo Intun that a firm ot business poople,
who for suvoral years mudu Nun York
city und Now York'i, watering places their
headquarters, uro moving went to carry
on their lucrative trudo. Tho firm con
sisted ol a limn and woman, and u vory
hundsomu young girl who passed for their
daughter. Their special business was
matrimonial confidence which thoy prac
tised in various ways. Tluy occasionally
udvortisud thu business nnd got contlden
linl answers, and Imposed conditions
whereby mcnoy wu obtained without ex
posing themselves to danger. 'I lie y woro
thus enabled to livo In good stylu with
their daughtoi'. und shu broke hearts, but
somehow nnver married. Thoy could not
get her oil' their hands. Something ul
wuvs happened to part tho lovors at tho
point of ripened lovo, nnd then sho sought
sornu other ullianco by somo other myste
rious routo to ucquuintanecehlp, which
veiled tho swindle.,
This matrimonial firm Intoly disap.
pearcd from Now York, Mid from un ad
vertisement which thoy left behind them
it is probablo tbey havo couto West.
Their present location Is indicated by tho
"Notice to Gentlemen. A fair,
woll-educutod young lady, of cotuidcrublo
lortune, and tho daughter of very re
spcctublu parautl, is hereby ollered ns a
wifa to nny Christiuii gontluluan,. not
abovo thlrty-llvo years of nge. Tho rea
sons for it uru very respectnblo und satis
factory. Goutleinun Im.dliied to flccupt
am kindly requested to stalo ihclr pro
fessional calling In their reply, nnd nlve
their address under. A. U. ebbor, let
ter box No. 2,uo:j, JIilwuul.ee, Wlscon
slu. A mnn namod Largey was among those
who replied, and hu niukts public his ox
purloncu In wttu-huiillng forth.) benefit of
all similarly inclined. He aiked for pho
tograph and psrlicular. and rrceisid a
rospouso from tho mule tnemUr of tin,
linn. Tho advertiser stated that hu v.a
tho guardian on tilico worth a round mil
lion, who hud thu misfortune to become,
dumb six sears ago, and bo wun desirous
ot Sbulug her wull settled in ,fu with
sotnootio who wojld Lu willing to devoto
bltniulf cntiroly to her care, und pay him
50,000 cash upon iho completion of tho
marrfago contract und tho delivery nt thn
fortune. Tho inducements went
positively grand, $1,000,000, i.ml
a pretty dumb woman und nil for S30,
000 cash. It was n bnit .vorlby ir a big
fish, if such a ono could bu found in theso
waters. It may not nppcar cxattly plain
whero tho swindle could como In n iho
paymenior fSO.OOO was uonditional upen
thu dulivery of tho fortune, und no mail
who wns nbloto enter Into such a contract
would bo fool enough to pay tho cash un
til ho had ii suru thing on thu fortune.
Hut thn ? jO.OOO was not tho point. Tho
preliminaries to coming to terms woro to
do tho business. Tho man who had tho
woman nnd tho fortune to glvo away fur
hur stated that tho object in question was
to tnako m-.ilters pluasant by compromis
ing n claim for nn annuity which hu had
upon tho gross sum; and further, in his
"I nm Instructed not to Invito to this
place, if you havo any intentions on my
lady, but first to tako observations of your
circumi'.nnccs, In your neighborhood, "und,
ns tho ca?o may bo, to tnako your ac
quaintance. 1 am constrained to request
you to remit by letter tho truvclllng ox-
Denscs from lliu nltirn of ,nv nrn.n.it
jourri to your place, and you will coin-
prencnu inai, in consequence ol numerous
applications, I have to mako frequent
such journoys, which nro connected with
loss or tlmo and costs that, in tho aggre
gate, represent n considerable sum."
That "Hggrecato considornblo sum'' tells
tho atory,nnd represents tho tncdmu of tho
business. In twenty cases probably tho
travelling expanses ccme, but hu only
travels tufely out of reach when nny of
thu swindled suitors begin to hunt him
And buy vour
boot's -A-nsriD spioes
dir. Tenth atrrrt mill S'oiiiuiDri'tal A.v.
1 am now prepared to iii.iiiiifiutiirt' all
-lirillU'htVeH. hllell Ml. ItHtiMlt Im.iIIk.i- imirmiw
buck ami calfskin booli. -;iioe. with box
tae, coik and pump i-oiew, .Seotri iM.n.n,.,
. .. .... ,Wo or mi inner siyiu volt Wlsli.
I urn nlo matiuf.ietiirliH' n ,.,r ...ii...
of UdleV sIioch. Mv in.iterl-il' mill U'trL'M
uiRiiMitn r vurruiiti:il m 1
am determined to not liu uuderiold lor the
samo quality ol gooiN.
Hi-pairing done neatly and on nhort
't!! It. Jonks.
Z. II. MATIIIWS.,
K. O .VUl
Commissi oy M i: u c Hants
1AY AND WJiSTKKN DltODUUK
No. tO-t CoMMKr.mi. Avknok,
French, Scotch mid Ainrilcaii cis-lincto
of all colors, and beaver and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In the
And nt tho lowest price. A lino lltnnd lirt
clas work ginirantued. SatMactio in all ro
KEW LIVERY STA13LE
linTWKR.V WAtfU-'N AVK.SUK ANU WALNUI
lr. II. K. FtoldH orifonns tne imblla tlist ho lia
L 1 V k n r A 5' A it I Et
on the northwest snto of Tenth (rt as um
IIlVWswlIlbefiiinlslied with n" I"'1
AND GOOD VKUIGLKS.
uul tho nublio m)' accommodaUid .it al
iiSuw ofVuc Td..y aud night Willi k.Uo tcain
nnlrU Klelds' St are ofpubllo r-itron.ga
1 and will endeavor to merit it ty lujr uosuns;
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS.
Km tiik i-cnMA s'sixt cu or
CHILLS AMI Fl'.VKH, DUMB 1U0E
U!t ANY l'OKM OF IM tRMIT.
TIIK (illKATESTM)iiOVERY OF THE
Thero are no diseases eo debilitating in
their pilucti upon the constitution t n tha
nbovp, nmt none morn difficult to cure by
I " usual mode of practice. 'I hp FTcrnna
-)Sfii l'owdem w Ii) effect a cure In cases ol
the longest stamllngns well as prove a pre-1-Jiif.Vi.
!l' 10 funl''K stateaof the dtstusrd
.n .P."?!1- Ji'Ketable, they att With ct-
, in nt) m tl,.. disease, totally eradicating H
Irom tho -.ystem. nnd prevent a return at
I uuy future period.
'Uy Wiiti- your money and hfalth In try.
IriL- cury imdlelne you hear or. ben
net or ulicd to euro the chill lu any case.
II KASO.VS WHY TIIET ONLY SHOULD
Their reputation Is established. TtiuU
..ntiil of ti-stliiionUls have been reeoiTed.
showing that these powdcre hT periarmed
iniruclei in Htrinjr cases of lonir stadmif.
many or them con-ldercd hopeti-iY
Tlii-ru is no risk In taking tbem. They
contiilii nolhiiig injurious, and, tlirretere,
none ol the lingering diseases to otteu the
re-tilt of tho many nostrum of the dty.
l'livslclan-i recommend tlirm t supetlwr to
quinine or uuy other known remedy, for
they leave the st stem In a healthy state, end
tho patient beyond thu probability er ri
IIKWAHK OF COUNTEnFKITS. The
Ki-nulne aro put up In square tin boxes, with
Tlln.Ml'SUN'S FKVKlt AND AOUK OW
DKItS stamped on tho lid, and the slRHture
ot 'I'lioMi-aoN & chawfoud on the wrapper.
.m others cau possibly be genuine.
K II K U MATIC
TIIK OMIAT EXTCRKAL HKMBDT TOR
IIIIEUMATIS M , SHU It A I.
O I A, SI It AINS, ETC.,
GOOD FOl! MAX Oil HE A 7
'YhU liniment ha earned for itself n repu
tation unequalled In tho hltory of external
applications, USTThouMiids who now sul
fur from rheunutiiin, neuralgia, etc., would
liud initui'diatii relief Irom all pain by uslac
thU certain rcniudy. Itl equally elfectuai
in cuts, burns, n:ndl, stlirne. of the neck,
sorn throat, swellings, iull.imatlons, frost
bites, pains in the side, or back, biteeofipl
Jers or stings of In-ccts.
(Jno ruliliing will In all cases gise inimedi
ato relief, and a few- applications complete
On account or Its powerful ptnerratiij
propcnle It l tieyond doubt ihe surest rem
edy for tho mot troublcaouie diseases t
which horses and cattlo are liable. Il cures
scratches, old and iresh cuts or sores, chafes
produced by tho collar or saddlei, injuries
caused by naiN or splints entering the flesh
orhoofM. hruNpN, ppralns sweeney, ppsvln
tliruh, mid all illscases which destroy the
hoof- or bones, of the feet.
ESTFull directions accompany carls bat
tle. Thu above aro prepared only by
Ul Murket Street, l'hlladelphle.
And sold by ntorekcepers generally throufte.
out thu country. J.-Jd it d-e-r
l'HOSI'KCTLy l-'OIt 187a.-SIXTH VlLlK
An Illustrated Monthly Jourual, unlvemu
admitted to be tho Handsomest Terie.
'wi in iuu una. a luprfsesua
tlVc and Champion of Ainer-
lean Tut I.
Xnt fur Hlm In Hook or Nam lrsM.
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ol subseilptlon la.it fall, when tlio Aldlae a
sinned itspreuiit noble proportions and rets
rciuutatlvo character, the edition will mer
than doublu tho pait year; proving that the
Amerlca-i public appreciate a slncerB el
lort lu thu causti or Art. Thn puhUihere
anxious tojustiry the ready confidence thu
demonstrated, have exerted themselves
thu utiuo.t to develop and iuipinr the
work; and tho plana tor the cosuicf vaar.
as untolded by tho mouth ly tmui; vrtll urn
tonisli and dellirht evi u the most suuiue
IrlemN ot the Aldlno.
'1'iio Aldliie will rcprodiicn ecsupiee al
the best 1'orclL'ii mauler, swlrelesl with '
slew to the JiUliust lu-untla eucoes. BI
irrcatet general (nlerest; aioWlng such u
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ul i-ompetlilou In overy department, the
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Art mid, coiiblderiusf the unprecedented
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I ven in tin"" best acquainted with the
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iiroc.l iiiechuiilcal appliances. (For ulut
Iratious of tlie-.i chromos, see November la
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Henry Stoddard, assisted by the best wirtUw
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