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JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
PERSONAL.
General Canby't remalni vill tc
burled t lndlanapulii.
Mill Ebirbardt, tbe Gvorgfa poisoner,
it to bo pardoned.
Jaromo H. Siillioe it tho now wnrmg.
iog editor of tbe Now York 'World.1
, Judge Cbatebow vorydcrlledly tbe
trade, of ago anil impaired health.
Juittcri Field, .Miller and Strong of
tba Unltnd States tnprori'j court, will
viitt Europe tblt lummcr.
William White, one r,l tin piljllnr
of the Uoiton Uannor of Ltgbt, dropped
dtad Monday afternoon In a boro-var in
Box bury, of apoplexy.
Field Marthsl siau Flipper, tbo
...... i ... . .
u.w iniioruu est ruint ca'It, I. t,it a
full-blooded African, a ban l.n stuted.
He it an octoroon, and br.i hluo eyes.
If ilenry Ward Rocchrr ueu llin.ui.t,
with bit "Christ' by the lt of .Inly, b ik vievxa J.vvk.itioai'ii.v.
has serious intention' of going down tbo , Wxiiuxmny, April SO A liilegi.rn
Danube to at Vienna and thn rxpol- i hat bocn rrrclvnl (roto tbe tper-lal com
,'on' ( j mission at Viennii, Appointed by tbn pre.
Hon, F. Murphy, self-Muiisnd, pour idem in 'Mnminn into tbe allcid Irrogu
and ambition-, is the suV!sfiil wn lidatf 1 '"Mini of tbo original cnmmllon, to tbo
for tbo "Wcit I'olrit (adit-hip Irom tho j tlmt somo of tbn suspended row
First congressional district. Murphv Is '"'-'"'"tr appenr lo be implicate.) in tb-
twenty-ono yearn olJ, anl ha btvtt u back
driver In Chicago for two yi-ars.
.At Itn.tn,. I., l'-.. i ii......
Injon, wa convlct-xl of cwlndllnn the mx-
ton of St. l'aut i chur.h out of fclMi'M, '
through pretoucooru buiino partner- I
blp. Hutchlr.an U an Kp!copalian okr- I
yma'n, ami formlr ( the diocut of '
Nova Ucotta.
How fast otii- gouornUoii of puldio
men lu tbU country succeoil another 1 In
looking over tbo yeas an 1 nay in tbo j
United Statei senate on tbe annexation of I
Texas, In 1815, which stood 27 fyr to 05
against, wo discovor that thero ! but ono j
ilnglo survivor, and be is William Ailon 1
of Ohio. Cincinnati Enqniror.
Honrv Wtlnr(in. ilm ..lti.- . i ,1... .
Louisville 'Fourler-JournaV bavica et-
tied tip all tho Ilttlo dltlicultio! n Ken
lucky nnd elsewhere, which 1. k-o con
iplred to make journall-m In tboSoulb
mst very lively this winter, is about to
march off tho Celd with dying colors, and
take t six months' furlough in Europe,
ailing on tho Hlh of May, with tin wife,
babies and a!l.-Now Vork Tribune.
Mark Twain myt, in a recent letter
During the hit two month) my next
door neighbor, Charles Dudley Warner,
ha dropped bis 'llack-l.og Studies,' and
be and I have written a bulky novel In
Fnjrbip. Ho has worked up the fic
tion and I have hurled In tbe facl. I
consider It one of tbe most astonishing
novels that ever was written. Klgbt after
night I sit up reidinj; it over and over
again and crying."
THK WILL OK NAI'OLLON.
IK-rnld special.
LOMJOif, April L'V. Ttio folljwlng is
tbo truo will vt tbe Lie Emperor Na.
puleiu, under which letters of nduiiuisirn
tloo are now applied, fjr tbo eitnto Ii
worn to be under one hundred and
twenty thouiand pjuuds sterling, und mis
sum i. .uhject to the cl.irns winch will re
duce it onu-hatf.
"'J bis Is my will: I commend my ton ami
my wife to tno high authorities of "the state,
to the people and to the army. j
Tne Empress Eugenie ponesk's all tbe I
qualities rtquired tor capably conducting
thsj regencv, and my son displays n dup-
fiiioa nu juugmcnt v,'nicu win mai:o mm
worthy ot bio bigh destinloi. Let hlir.
never forget tho mutto of tbo head of our
family. Everything for tho French
people. Let him lit on his talnd tbn
writings of tbo prisonoi of St. Helena.
Let him study tbo emperor's deeds and
correspondence; and, finally, lot bim re
member, when circumstances permit, that
tbecauio of the people is the ce.ii'e of
Franco.
Power is a heavy bunion, bcciuio ono
can not always do all tbo good nao rould
wish, and because contemporaries solium
endcr justice.
So that in order to fulfill
vuo's mte.ion ono must have faith in
and
conscientiously approclnte his duty.
conscientiously aiiurecinie iiu uuiv. mi i
necessary to Jonsider that from heaven
It is
Kbovo tnoio wnorn von have lovo.1, regara
and protect you. It is tho soul of my 11
It is tho soul of my
luitrious uncle that has always inspired
atti sustained mo. Tbo llko will apply to
my ion, for ho will alway bo worthy of
bit name.
I loave to thoeniprci all my prlvato
property. I wish tuut at tho majority of
my ion she shall livo at tbo Klyscn and
Uiarrltz. 1 trust tHat my memory will l,o
dear to hor, und that after my ilutilh film
will forgot wbatovnr nnhappinpm I may
bavo caused her
With regard to my ion, let bim ktep us
a talisman tho seal I worn attached to my
watch, and which comet from my mother.
Let bim carefully prosorvo everything
that camo to tno from tho emperor, my
undo, and lot bim bo convinced that my
heart and my loul lemnln with him.
I mako no montlon of my faithful ser
vant!. I am convinced Hint tho omproi.
and my ion will tiovcr abnndnn tbum I
hall dio in tbo Catholic Apostolic nnd
Roman religion, viilcn iny on will til
way honor by hi ploty.
Done and signed with my baud in the ,
Palaco ofllio Tullories, thoiiltb of April, ,
1605, NaI'OI.KON "
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WEATHER REPORT.
WAnHINdt'oN, April 30 -Probul.llitl s. -
For tbo Lower Mississippi vulloy, Ton- 1
ncM, Missouri and tha Gulf Hales fall
ing baromotjr, froh louthoast wind.., rl?. j
log toinporuturo, cloudy weather mid
heavy rain. For tbo Northwest und Up.
per Lakosnndtheneo to Indiana und Ken.
lucky falling barometer, brisk castorly
and northerly winds, IiicreaMng cluudl.
doii and rain. For South Atlantic flute, ,
a-.torly and southeasterly w.ndi and dl
mlulshlng pressure, followed by cloudy
weather, with occasional rain, tor lip
ner Lakes and Upper Oh o V ley nil
Middle atatot northeasterly ana sou u
weiterly lnds and high prosuro dim n
IshlngW.nlghtnnd partly cloudy woa her.
For Canadaband ew England cloudy m I
clear woathor, with northeaU ilnl.
Cautlonarv liBnaU ordered for Chicago,
Duluth, Mllwaukao, Grnd Hnven, De
troit, Toledo nod ClotoUnd. Repot" aro
jalMlnsj from extreme Northit, Hocuy
mouoUiot d4 PaclBo coHt,
munm
POLITICAL.
A
TKLKQUAI'IIIO .'.'POUT
KOM THK VIKNNA Sl'F.
ClAL COMMISSION Kit
Til IIV KKPOUT THAT TIIJ'I'.K
TUB ('It AUDI'S t
M'ATK.M 12 NT OFTn I'L'RNAL RhV
i:ni'k rf.cf.ipis
:
'
, K 1 ' ' KTC'-.
i . J
Kit
, "bargi-a of Improperly rr-celvln.: inmiov.
, ' rcommend that no purl -r n,.
' tieildort .'Or'li.'f lunnri 1m ro i -l
rt-t.t. t Aitii..
P0,l'"!,t,r Kerl decide that no
"500,,"t '' be allowed to ;Mulfuer4 .r
"n"'"' who Heiire to keep pons' Mr,j 0M
for"'le to tho public.
lllKCUL'LAI!
WAMiooro:., April 20 account
oi irrcguHrili'f In tbo Unit- A Htatcj da.
poiltory at .Mobil.', Secretary llicbnrdson
has decided 10 closo that tilUco, and hero-
lifter the buslnofi of that point will bo dls-1
charged by tho militant treasurer nt New
Orleans. '
iM EiiSAt. utvest e iiEi.utiTs. '
The total internal revenue receipts for '
,n,uih andln(; """y. re -.GW.-tao
I'otal receipts forMav lS7iwero$10,l'jO,
i 174. Total recoipts from all courcoi for
j first four months of 162, wero $11,015,
I !'30, and for tho flrit four months of tho
prrcni year, $i-j,w,WJ. Taero jceins to
bo no doubt that tho ej'.itnntcd receipts
for the pteieut tlical year, namely ?110,
000,000, will bo fully" reallzxi. iUcdpts
already amount to over Sr'1,ijt.t0 j, with
two months renwinlni; of the ll'i-i! ycr.
Coinrals'loncr Douglati is In daily re
ceiptor ostimatel from collector- of inter
nal revenue fur expenses of colkuing rev
enue nnder th new Jaw going hlu elTrcl
on tho 20th of May. Tbo present indlca- j
lUr.. Hm ill. I Ilia ..tin- nntUlpktvd unJvr I
tho new jystem will bo fully realised, nnd '
that is not ' than one mlllipn dollars
per snnurn.
INDIAN AFFAIRS.
I
HKPOllTa OF A MASSACKK I5Y
THF. HIOUX AT CT
PKESj? HILL.
rj I
j
i
THE VICTIMS SAID TO
AMERICANS AND HA LF
WlEEDS. FL'RTIIEP. D ".TAILS OF THE LAST
RATTLE WITH THE MODOC.
THK
MILITARY NOT EQl'AL
THE EMERGENCY
TO
KTC
ETC.,
ETC
lit'MOK OF AXOTHnil M.SSV lit.
Tono.VTO, April 30. A dispatch from
Fort.Iarvij say information bus been re
ceived from ft truit-worthv source, to tho
.Heel that tome Arns.rican traders bavo
poisoned Littlo Knife nnd .Scttln; Hull,
".. , , , . . . . ..... .,
Mo" cllI"f'. at Cyi,re" "' fo,lr ,,uf
dred i.ud flliy miles from Fort Garry, in
tho llrltish territory. Tbo SIouxi foil on
tho po't and niMiacred all the Ani"rirans
and liHll'-breLd" in the vicinity
i.w A IIKU KK'.VS.
W.taitiNur.N', April 30. Gen.SheruiBi
to-ilny luceived u dispatch from Gon.
Schofleld regarding tho Into tight at the
Livu Red?, but It contains nothing not al
ready telegraphed to tho noeiatd press,
excepting the following: Lieut. Arthur
Cranston f tho -Itb urrtlllcry, has not
beentoiii.il. It i suppood they kilod
Lieut. Geo, M. Harris. Thirteen enlisted
moil killod nnd wounded. All tho ofllcors
and part of thu wva remnintd togothor
and fought llko, heroes, but thu Indum
had locurod tbo ndvanla' of tuo position
beforo belnt: discovited. Ttio reiimlnsot
Tbo romnlnsot
to Yrcknto-mor-
tr warrlon bate
tho olllcurt will bo takn
row. The bodki of four
lieeii found at or near tho iceno of tho bat-
tie. Cpt. Muudcnbnll, from llurrlcttr-1
villi-, It expected to join ut on me juih. :
Tho infantry will occupy position in the ,
... . . ... ..,.. .(..).
rocus nuout tour nine irom mni mu-i.
11 Will t)0 lUipOSSIOlO JO Minunuu
them with tho forco at or near tho
rlace, tho circumference of thu l.'iva Heds
being about 30 miles. Col. Glllom and
Gou. Davis started from Yreku for tho
Lava Rods tills morning.
A CeXbl'LTATIOS.
(lenoral Sherman had 11 couferciico ulth
.. ... . . . . ... ...n.l
aeiini! Secretary Roboon, nnd telegraphed
tn Nonrotary Relknap and tbo preldont In
tho way of consultation, tu to tho future
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opnration,
TAl.HK IlKPOliT.
Topeka, April 30 Full tuUtcoj from
thn Soiithwnstleavo no room to doubt that
the recent stories of Indian outrage in
that locality uro pure Inventions. Thero
are no bostllo or troublesome Indians
within a hundrtjd ms of tbe outermost
iiittliutntt.
IOE,BTJLIiHTIlT BTTIIiDIlirQ-, COE. 12a?HC STBBET A. IT
CAIRO.
FOREIGN.
CONTINUED GOaSIl' CONCERN.
lVfl Tri I.' viuvvi
i v 1 J nil 1
SCANDAL.
DKRATR ON THE WOMAN S
KIOIIT8 RILL IN THE
110 OF COM.
MONS.
I S I ( ) N I F I OA N UK JO F THK 0 F. M A N
r. Mrr.llllii 3 VISIT TO ST.
PKTF.RSRURO.
i: rc ,
ktc,
KT
Ill AT OANIIAI
Virksa, April 30. Th? candnl tibout
tbn Amerlsan comwijilooers continue..
' Mr. Cunningham bit been appointed urn
i porry npnrlntnridwnt of the American
cllon.
i
iacoii lifti'jin o:i woxiAK h liioiirt.
I.oniwx, April 30-1 n the homo of
, commons thi afternoon Jawb llright on
tboiutfond rending of tho woman's rlhtt
bill, in bl rii,utk in itipport ot tho bill,
I eite1 nJoplioii of fewmlo sutlrngo In
j Wyoming territory and olsov.beru. He
, alio laid I. tbo measure wis defeated now
ll would l.e bro'njht forward again and
iigniii.
SK MAIIKCT KACLo.
Tin; mcu for two tbouinnd giiinva, tho
; stoat ovent of tbo Xw Mnrki-l spring
, mettlng, to.l; pNco t-Mlay nnd wni won
l-y (larii; Fonvanl, Kaiser ueoml, and
ij' llirinan third. Ilttting jut b-jforo tho
tort Kit tx to ono nyalnst Unc For
ward, two to ono against Kaiicr, und uven
on Sulirmati
agftinst the tlId. Ton
korjos ran.
thi: timet, lmiiiim.
Ur.itt.tx, April 30. Provincial corres
lndenco lays tbo visit ol tbo Gorman em
peror to St. Petersburg confirms tho pacif
ic policy agreed to by tho emperor of
Germany, P.ussln aud Austria la.t Septem
ber. It is epeclally tlgniSeant at this
time, becau'o tbe prospect of quiet In
SVetern Europe was growing gloomier.
CHOl.KUA,
Two cases of cholera reported t"-day
in Magdeburg.
PERSONAL.
DKATir OF
Tin: hon.
unooics.
JAMES
THF
PltESIDENT AND PARTY
TAILED BY rilENSinV.
STORM.
DE-
DEATH OF
AN OLD NEW
EDITOR.
YORK
UOK. JAMES r. Dr.ooi:.
Warhixoto:;, April 30. Uod. James
S. Brooks, representative in congress from
New York, died at his rcsidenco in this
city to-night, at 8 30 in tho presence of his
Nmily. He recognlieJ those around bim
to the very last moment. He bid long been
in foeble health from, as bo birasolf fre
quently said, the effects of a fever which
he contracted In Asia. Deceased was in
his 63d year. His death has caused pro
found grief in all circles of tho community
THE rKESIDCXT'S TAP.rV IN A STORM.
Ouaiia April 30. Tho president's
party who were expected at 1 p. in. will
not reach bore till 12 to-night, on account
of a dolay occasioned by tho vn.torn storm
Tho prelltnt will probably remain hero
till to-morrow morning beforo Martin g
rat.
IlIKb.
New Yokk, April 30 John A. Thomp
son of tbo 'Evening Pot,' lormorly editor
of tho 'Southern Literary Menongor, d'el
in this city this nfternuon.
MISCELLANEOUS,
tTIIIKE IS NEW KSUl.ANIi.
Nkw Y'okk, April 30. A ipeolai dis
patch from Providence ayi iho mill
operutor throughout Rhode Island will
itrlko to-morrow for ten hours work by
tbo day or ilxty hours work per week.
Tho movement Is controlled by tho Ithodo
Island branch of tho Now England Ten
Hour association, numboring nearly
uO.000 mombon. Thu time tablo adopted
by tbo orgnni.'.xtinn provides for com
menclng work tit 0:30 it. m., ullowlng for-ty-flvo
mlnutos for dinner, Htd Hopping
machinery at 0 p. m, tbo first llvo duys
of tho week, and closing work mi Sntur-
d.iy
at RM5.
I.A.Ml M.IBK.
A
A RIu Jnnerio letter of the lib hut.,
states that owing to tho Into rains a land !
8lid, occurred which thro v down a ma'tlvo ,
jtono wall
in tlio uavv yard, instautlv
so
workmen nud wounding 50
0ti,cr.4.
A KI0T ,.BAUKI,
....
v,..v vollK. ,m i :to.ir,nM t' u.
other riot nt Pittonburg nro ontoi Inland.
A Urgo number of Swodoa nnd Itullatis
kvo bc8ti put to work on tbo railroad,
wbo bavo Incurrud tbo iinimoity of work
moil forinorly omplojed. Murmuring!
nrolienrd 011 both, nnd parties nro said to
bo heavily nrmed.
run c,l!I(J
llejiort that lovoral Rroadwny firms i.o.
ceded to thoir ileniinds, and th:it tho
' movomont Is gonorally a suocss-. Sevoml
' ... .
firms still rosist,
r.tiMiotu M at rEit,
St. Louir, April 30, In 1808 iho legit.
Iaturo of this state passed an act roleas.
lug the state lion on tbo Alissouri Pacific
and North Missouri railroads, und tbo
'former road was sold to stockboldots for
$5,000,000, tho full uwount of the Hon was
913,000,000, Latt month, at reported at
ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. "MAY 1, 1873.
the time, tbo preient lcglilature by re.
lutlon aikcd Attorney General KtUnp for
an opinion m to tbe cor.ititutlonulity
of the act under which tho itate
II -n was released, and that ofilier replied
that It violated tbo constitution. In or
der to (ttlc tho tnittpr it hn bfsn ni;reed
by all p.nrlles IntorciteJ, that Gov. Wood.
on ahall advertl'J tho road fur to
satlify balnnco of '.ate lion P.COi.OOO
and the rallrotd company will apply to
the mprsnii court fir tin Inj mction t rei
traln the anio, and n full hearing of the
cate will bo bad. Tho order of ale will
bo 'undo to-morrow or Friday.
CRIME.
1 II K I'lTT'IltMW OLMP.A.iC
I'liTtnuKO, April 3i. Tim exeMmonl
In relation to tbn murder of the filtlo itir'
Lzr.o Km, at S.iHtburir, no!r thi city,
ycterday, li still imnjn.o' The Mioe of
tho two men.l'ohl and Hlndermua.armti'd
yotcrdny, fit In tho tracks discovered at
fn.nn wiIiapa fl.s. .... I a n. I nt.tt.1
,..!.... , ..
.,...K, ...n .-..luncu .uin;; uio
guilt on tbo prisoners has boon erurel.
riverTjews.
Hut iiu I I'nll ol Ihf Illtein
For 21 hour ending" p. in., April 30. lsT.1
Ali"np
low
Change"
hrnio.N
water.
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ItUc.
Fall.
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M. Paul
Ilavciiiinl
Continence. .
Leavenworth . . .
lioon.vlIU'
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Pitt-burg. . ..
Lexington .
ClucitiuatL
PbtUinouth
Loul"Vllle
EvamUllo
Mi.inphls
Vlckoliurg ...
&hreeport
NuthUlle
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DAVID W. HARNETT.
Observer Xiz. jr. lr. s. A,
.St. Lou, April HO. Arrived ; Hcbbs,
Wheeling; Johnson, Keokuk; Coal Hiil,
Poultry; Davnge, Fimrlen and Cowen,
Cairo; New Roiton, Peoria; Lako hu,
pertor, St. Paul; Howard, Now Orleans
Departed! illnncota, Galena; Clinton.
M. Paul; Yaegor, Now Orleans; Johnson,
Keokuk; Grand Tower, Memphis; Ron
Accord, Mound City. River about sta
tionary. Weather cloudy Mnd dump dur
lu dy, with lu.vy ruin to-ntu1--
KVAHflVlLLE, April ."0. Wouthor
eluuiy ni rain tlncu 3 p m; tnereurv 51
to CO, R.vcr fallen 3 inches. Up: Prti
pirCily, Lawronce, Fyett,Geo. Roberts.
Djwd: Richmond, Puytona and barges,
Mary Anient, Groy Eigle, T F Eckert.
Idlewild, Uusines dull.
Kasiivillt, April So. Rlvor 3 foot on
I Ilarpeth shoals nnd falling. Arrived:
iyrone, Culr Departed: llrnnsrnrd. Up
per Cntaberbind; Tyrone, Cairo.
Lorisvitan, April SO Arrived: Gen
Lvtle, Ren Kranklln from Cincinnati;
biuo ing No 3, Kentucky river: Sandy.
Lenvegwortb. Uvparted: Jin Frunklin,
Hen Lytle, Cincinnali; Ditto Wing Ka 3
Kentucky river; Morning Star, llender
' n; Nuahvillo, Arkinia river. Weather
warm and cloudy. This nvening tho
wind blew from the eat with sprinkling
of rain. Canal C foot and inchii. In
dim thuto on fulls 5 feet 9 Inchm
New Orlsans, April 30. Arrived;
Glencoo. St.'L nils. Departed; Bello Loo,
Louisville; Thompson Dean, St. Louis.
Weather clear and warm.
Vickkbcko, April 30. Down: Iron
Mojntaln and barge, Lndy Leo and
barste', Henry Ames. Up- Crescent City.
CufciNKATTi, April 30. River 17 fi.at
C inches and declining. Arrived: Pat
Rogers, Memphis. Departed: Charmer.
Evansville; Jat T Parker nnd Andy
Rautu, Mitnphi; JuniatK, Pittsburg; tow
boats Minneoln nnd R'tven patod up
from St Louis to Pittsburg. Weather
clour nnd warmer.
Pittsuuri, April 30. River 6 feet 1!
inchos and stationary. Jhuinei at wharf
dull; somo aetivltv among coal shippers
Rengal Tiscr with" 8 bargrs, 110,000 bush
els of coal for Cincinnati, Sampson No 1!
with 10 barges, 110,009 bushels, John Dip
pold 12 bargos, 145,002 bushel", both for
Louisville, nnd Victory with f.n,0P0 bush
els for St. Louis, left to-day. Steamer'
Savannah for St. Louis leaves to-morrow.
MARKET REPORT.
Ciiicaoo, April 30. Flour quiet.
Wheat irregular aud lowor; No 'J nom
inally 1 2-i; regular tales fresh 1 25; May
cloicd 1 21; No 31 16jf$l 10. Com in
demand and unsettled; No 'J mixed 37c
cash for fresh; 37;c for May. Oats firm; j
.No 2 S"0 cash; iiOJ May. Ilyo quiet; 2ia
0010701!. Rarley quiot and nnchiingod.
L:i"rd firm; OJo raih; '.)', Juno. Pork iteady
and held ut lc May. Hulk tiuals steady.
Ilncon quiet and uachangxd Wltltky
htcady, at 87c.
MKNirnis, April :!0. Cotton dull; good
orditiarv 10c; low tniildling 173c; m-
ciipta 1,031; thiptnoutii 222. Flour firmer,
S'OilO. Corn, no salo; hold 07c. tints
Ig,, ft
i!hCOn dull and drooping slionMerr- ,
sides InlPDIOU'.
St. Louis. April so,
Flour stondv. sit-
porllnoSt 2i(Tf)V, i-xtraSij f'Of"."' ".'; XX
?tif7il 60; XXX ?H 75(7i1.7 50; Tamlly f 7 25
ftB 6f, choio $0(Tij7; Wheal firm, Nr. 2
' .Kul'tiprlnK1 !!51 3''! y ,I,J tM
' St 0lt 07, No. 2 sTuMI 70; (Vrn
I stcud, No. - tnixod 3737Jc; O.in dull,
lower, No. 2 mixed 31(2,32; liarloy steady
1 mil in demand, bst vtulitirs firm, No. 2
! B0(.?)0O.-; cholco $10 01 10; Ryo steady
j iiwifcoo; No. 11 pork dull 1811HJ
Jol'bliHJ lots of dried salt inc-iit quiet;
thouldtri 7c; clear rib t'c; cb-ar tides 0c;
round lots loo to. Racuii nil!' and hlghor.
Prlcos nslied nnd buyers ttocd oil. Shoul
' dors Die; oktr nb '0lci clear bidet 10jc;
, order lot clear tidst, buyer Juno lie.
' mjiot at ' 'il 1(3)510 rlo. Suitnr dull
, I . . . . r ... . 1 1 -1 .... . ,n I . ! f 11 hlanl.
l.nl.i,ina Oftit'lo, Prlnio to clotco plantn-
lion molasses tiftKOc. W'hUltcy ttoudv
and linn, at 67o. Cattlo unolmngod.
Host firm at SI J .
New Urlkans April BO'our dull,
XX?C 70; XXX. f 7 25j,''i'y.?1,l0i
Corn-lower, mixed 67t-; wh toW'55'Ji Ouu
fyr supply, 41c; Rran dull ijSj; liny
firm prime $3 lQ25;cbeW?J;i l'ork cl.ill
Lard reflnod tcarce, tlorco tt! Keg lOJj
sugar, molastct, whltkay aid cofl0 un.
3D WASHIlTaTOK
SOMNAMBULISTIC MCKDEK.
rillQJITFUb IMSTCUKKY IN CAN-
D.l''r.2; U'-'v l,uV WHILE
ASLEEP, ALLliGKD TO HAVE
J.KFl' Hid FA I HKIt'rf IIt USE
W ITJi A HA I CHU 1', ENTIli'.a
THE UW'ELLINO OF A
NKIUHIJOIt, AND HACKS
AN ORPHAN bAI)
TO PIECES.
) . . . . ..
AIanciimtkh, N. II. An orphan boy,
by the riamo of John Emoroii, aged III
teen years, nbo cimo from Itljhmond,
Viri;inlH, and has asister at Greut Falls,
i-.r Hampsblrc, and htiothur at Haver
hill, .Mnuachmetu, been living In
('india for tbo Inil twoor three eirt, and
Utterly with Jessie It. Fitz, on tbn north
road, uoout throo miles from CundU nl
Uni.Stopplng with Mr. Filr., on a vltt,
is his tiepby w, n bov of tibout llfii-rti
of ago, wboUa son ol Mr. Newton Fitz
oi j.owoii ills iniino U Wilfrd I'ltr.
iiu iiu iim neon ai wnnuia aoout tn-o
moritlis. .Mr. diaries Howe, a farmer liv
ing ubout tbroc-nuartera of n mlln fmm
Jir. Mtz, was a run ri on tbo Jury nt Exe-
tor( and loft for that duty Jait nlitht. leav
nI h n. , llllln rhlMrnn .n,l 1,1.
; agiw moiuor, .Mrs. anruli Rowc, lovinty.
1 six yeuri old, nt home, nr.d bad ec.irod
thoiervicnof tho Ind .John Emerson to
! stay at his liomn during his absence, to seo
I to tho hor'o and tnko caro at tho cat
I tlo.
At tbo usual hour last night the Inmates
of tbo house nil rctirod t' bod, when, ut
P.' o'clock tho old lady, who lept in an
adjoining room lo the lad Emerjoti, hoard
a nolio in his room mid culled out, "John
ny I Johnny1' Receiving no answer sbo
got up. went Into hU room In tbo dark
and folt in tho bod. und was ulraost hor
ror stiickun nt feeling bis body und tho
hot Mood flowing therefrom ami into tbo
bed. No noise had nsvnkencd M's Rowe,
who wu. sleeping down stairi", ur.d tboy
found that Johnny had been, m tboy sup
poioJ, murdered with an ix. Mr. Rowo
run for tho neighbor', tbn first jf whom
lo i.r.ira "4 Mr, J-.o l'lt.t, wl"n to Ills
astonlthmont, ho discovered on tbn tloor
whero tbo boy bud been mutilated, his
own ur, covered with blood, lib fuco lior
llbly cut and tbo bed clothing, n well as
tho lloor, bcipattercd.
Dr. E. S. Rerry, ono of thi. physicians
ot tbo town, was rent for ut onco, but
living ten miles distant, considerable du
lay wus occasioned, and when ho camo ho
found John Emerson ve-y much exhausted
from less of blood, but having his senses.
Ho found a tcrriblo gash extending from
the right cornor of mouth into it and back
tu tho neck under tbo ear; another gb,
extending from just below tho noso on tho
lelt side, about two inchos long, pone
tr.iting Into tho mouth nod separating tho
Jw, und cutting out a piece tboreuf nnd
pushing out several teeth, and with u
lrii;iiliil gash across the bridge of tbe noo
from eyo t oj .
i'iw rluliLband tbn .tliuinl. nA .
lingers werucut oil entirely and lay Initio
bed. Tlieru is h!o a but umli
buck of tho left band und one on the wrist.
lie hail lost a great deal ot blood, and Dr.
Rerry ibinKs he cannot live. The bov
herttororo mentioned ns Wiilred Frit. Is
suspected of huving committed this dreid
I'ul crime, una was to-day sent to Lowell,
in tuargv oi .ur, ueorgo itlcnardjon, to
his
.n.uni. ii uuevvr commiutu tno
crime, took nn old chulr Irom thu
barn,
rmvsu ii. u iuo parior winuow unit ci
ot ill
luerr, (iusf.i "...", i-- ."o nail, up
ttulrs, and to the rear of tho bou o, wheie
t:muriou was u"let)l), and went out of tbo
bouse by tbe tamo wiiy. On tho 'ill of tho
window is tuo print ol bluod.
It U stated that Uo boy Fit,, is ft lorn-
nnmbulist, and bus lrequently gotten up
in his tlcep, nnd thut one night last week
bo was found on the utile of n neighbor
ing house fust nsleep on the lloor, with
.Mr. bltzi largo broad nx by bit side.
He did not secni lo know ho'w be camo
there, bui nn investigation showed that bo
hud got out of a second itory window nt
Mr. Fin's, gono to tho tool-houso. taken
his ax and a bidder, nnd gono to his
neighbor's buuso whero ho was found.
Other singular occurroncct liko thoo
have nlso taken pluco. Theso buy bad
been intimate, but the Fits boy had, to no
ono's knowledge, been Insido of Rowe't
houso, wheto tho act wm committed, nnd
what ii most remarkable Hiid slncular, If
be is tho cilminal, whether nwako or
usleep ho pissed threo other houses nnd
over n lonely road In going from Fitr.
houso lo Rnwo't.
Your correspondent visited tho irlurod
boy, and by placing his ear closo to his
mouth and watching bU movements, as
cortulncd from him that hn know nothing
bow it liBppenod. He and Wilfred had
"omo spat",' but bad made It up, "bad
ono two or tbrco days beforo." Notwith
standing thorn is groat excitement nt Can
dla, tho town authorities seem lo be vory
negligent in nscortalnini; who tbo guiltv
party It. Tnoro it ti theory that tho boy
Fit?, is not tho guilty poreoii. So far ns I
ran lenrn, tho boy l'itz was found nil
right nt bis homo In bed this morning, nnd
has not rclorrod to this affair, nor has any
ono montlcned it to lit in. At tho depot
Ibis morning hn appeared cheerful nnd
I uuconcernrd, but the general inipression
is tnni ho (iiu ll lu n fomnnmbulistio stnto.
If to, It is tho most remnrknblo thing on
record. Should tho wounds jirovn Into)
Coroner Wblttler, of Portsmouth, will bo
called upon to investigate tho matter.
- .
L'ltoTKCTI'J I) b'.VAIv :!' If fK
hr.Xf! ll'rom tho New Yolk World.
It iiooiiit taut wiih ull our scioncu wu
aru not suthViautly sctuntilli. to produce uu
alcohol good ouoiiglt and clioap onoiigh
for thu plcklitig ot horned inugs, polypi
and olhur tiioustroMtios dour to tho luiiruod
botiit. Our ncho..s nnd colleges aro forced
to roly to their bottled specimens on tho
pauper alcohol ol foreign parts, A a "pro
tection ' profe.ica to "perl-iot uny homo
product by tho nlm.Jo expedient of clip
ping u porionllous duty on tho liUo
foroigii prodtiot, Mnstuchiibelts u.
coliol ought to bo 11s guod ns
crimlnatiun in tbo forolgn nnlclo our
lonrucd mun will not picklotholr stutkes lu
home-biuwcd. They maititain thai tbo
foreign nitlolo is tho beat, nnd ns fur ns
nloohol goes that upsets tbo protective
theory, but Proves it no beneficent Idea,
but a ttuud, Inllucy and sham, So irrctUt
Iblo U the proof, In fact, that ovon con
grcss has boon forced lu admit It. nud in
anactot last setslon, approved February
'.'I, 1873, wo have It exprotsly provided
that oil schools nnd colleges tiro to pro.
sorvo thoir horned frogs and hop-loids In
tho pnupor alcohol of forolgn parti, frco.
Thu discrimination duties of tho past nro
nlo lihoil, nnd nftor a fair trial tho pro
Uoilvo eyiteta in tho article of collegiate
s:iuko pickling is at an end- It bos been
discovered, In ihort, that "protection mill,
tatrs against sclonco. In making tho admts.
Ion, congress J oca it with a montUuui 111
OFFICIAL PAPER
grace. Tho college; are conceded froo al
cohol, but must trivcrso a t nuous way to
ecuro It. Thus, If wo tuppnso Some pro
fessor of horpetology hat t. iluico colubor
io prcsorve, tnisHtno rouiino. TLoproil
dent or curator of tbo Institution must ad- '
dress n written application to tho scoro-1
lary of lLo treasury, listing tho
tiamo nnd location of hli collrgo, i
and accompany that stntirnont with
a duly certified copy of thn Act of Inccr- i
poration of tno institution. Tho nppllcv ,
Hon must alio state tho quantity of r.lcl ol j
desired, tho wlnc-gnllou degrc'o ol proof, I
'proof gallon In oath package al per orlg- '
Innl guage, nridlbo sorial number of each i
package," whatever all this may bo tho !
datoof entry, tho distiller's natno, and for '
what particular purpose tho fdehol Is to .
bo used; that is, wo presume, is brief
diiicrtntlon on lie coluber,
setting forth bis latitlido
nnd longitude and oxact porlphory in
squaro Inches of tkln. Having collate 1
this Information, tho curator Is to swear
to It nnd tht n band it over to tbo collec
tor of internal revenue In tho district
tvhenco tbo alcohol it to bo drawn. This
done, the curator hm something still to di.
Holstoinako nn rxecuton bond signed
y nimsoii ns principle nnu Willi two or
..w !.! 1.- 1 ...n
mimiu qi:.:uiiiiL'i yiiu puuu uui ue tiuiccrs OI (
hit colloiro. conditioned that nit tho
alcohol drawn shnll bo used in li 't.
ting tho colubor, and having done all th's
thoofiiclals boirin in turn to not. Thorol.
lector tiotldes tho secretory ot tho treas
ury, tbo secretary of tbo tru.nurv notifies
tho storekeeper, tho itorokcoper notifies
tht. oitratorand tbo curator comes up nnd
pa for bis alcohol less tho duties. Anil
then tbo professor of berpotology pickles
hit tt.nkc.
SUIT ! DPI.
72. FALL AND V INTER '715
0. IL AN NY.
LJUltiti STOCK.
IJROWK HIIEKTIFUS,
PRINTS,
Oil BCKS,
I
j 8 T R I P E A,
.'UCtrTCCKT JSAil-, rXrm,
JoAHSIMKRS,
I nr Xi a. tlt r- a .
RLACK ALPACAS
sal,
LUSTKHS,
(! ftOS 'RAIN rilLKn,
IMIPUXS,
LARUE STOCK OF UAitl TING
ri i t . ntiiTim
KATTI.HU,
loiI.T DAKIH,
' NOTTINGHAM LA Or:
'niMCSKr
i
ilia ttailre fstnei.
VERY' LOW FIG ORES.
OOnifKBUTII KT. AKD COMMKBOrAt-xV.,
Cairo. Illluola.
ipili(
Ulllll't'.llll.S
JOHN SI1KEIIAM,
RETAIL GROCER
And Dts'.fr tu
VF.OLTAMLr.3. FRUITS. UGUa. LARD
FRESH RUTTEIt, KTC.
All Goods warranted Iroiti, ami :
the lowest prices.
Corner StU St. andCoramorclnlAvo.
7-23 tf.
old
HO AT NTOKK5I.
SAM WILSON,
main I
BOAT STOBSr
n h i o it n x n .
PROVISIONS KT '.
Nit. Jin
OllIU LKV3H
C.VIKi), lLl.
Wl.NrM ANU 1.IUUVII.1.
in. )
!
' ,
H. SMYTJI & CO.,
WHOLESALE GUOOKP.S, j
OHIO L K V C K
tIA IHO, ll,I.INHI,
Altj, kp conftsatlr un tiahi mri . w
plstn stls'k nf
CXQi'TTOI-'.fct
SCOTCH ANU lI!l WMIsKJKs
-0 t :.'
Port, Mftderla, Sherry and Catawl n Y If
It. Smvth i"e Co. aro ulo agents Ini N't'i
err. McKay .t C'o.'s Pittsburi; ale. of which a.
largo Hock is kept constantly on '"
their wholesale store.
0
NIS IIALKV
Has now on hand oil klud of
CORD AND STOVH WOOD
DRY
For sale. Leave orJors at
WM. KI.UOC'S STORE,
Comer SUtu and CouimeralftJ
Or at coruerotTweUiUund poplar
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Foreign AdvcrliserrienU.
ix .' 11., Krvvrmvf.... . .
PBTO& AGUE POWDERS
rort thk pEnMANKST com or
CHILLS AND FEYEIt, f Urt AUU1
UH AM I UUM ()F m i EKJUT.
I.EM' PfcVEIL
THE GIIEATKST DISCOVERY OF THI
AUK I
Ilieru are no diseases deblllUtiatr (i
their etlcots i,on tho constitution ri th
aliove, arid none inoro dlfUcUlt to. cur b'
IMP llvllnl tnftil.. rr ..M...l. rr.,.- l.
... i, inriiwi iiitr cer di
Agnc Powaerit win elfect a cure In ttbts o
the longest staiidlnir as well as prove a pie
entle lu ibe fortiilmr ktnxea of the dlseasci
Reilig purely xegetablv, lliey act with cer
tll.lltV Oil till. .11. n1-. .nlnll.. 11 .1 I
from thn ,jMrm. and prevent a return a
any nmiro period.
. Why waste your monev and health in m
ing ciery mi'illnJiio you hear of. whit
Ti,n, ,,.,.:...
I --"ij; " n . null
juomnsou h l einrninl.tnio Powder bavt
ut-.n infill in euro tno whim lu any cao.
MASONS WHV TUFA' 0SLYSUOVL1)
in; uski).
...:., . vjm. mil, hi it. uniiki)IieQ, ThQU,
n..,v. .j, lu'.lll.,'.lllllt, ,,tw UUUIl rOCflVQUl
MiowIiik that these nowttara tmva TntotnXl
uiiiauii's in muni; cii"ep ui iun iiasmiug,
many of Ihem con-idereil hopclc.
Tbrro Is no rlk In taking them. They
contain nothing ftdurfous, and, therefore,
noun nt thu lingering ulscasc to often the
rcMilt of tho many nostrums of tbe day.
l'liysiclant rccotmnonil them as superior to
(lutiilno or any other known remedy, lor
nicy ien mo h Mem in a noaiiny iwo.ua
the patient beyond tho probability of a re
lapje. 1L.VAUU ut UUUMKIIKEITa. Tb
piMiulno nro put up In squaro tin boxes, wltii
i i iio.'ir,ni. a r c j;tt ami AOUE POv-
IT. IIS stamped on the llil. and tha slL-ntun.
J ol TlKiMfSo.v &. CitAWKoltD.on tbo wraoptr.
f .No oilier cau jiosslbly bo genuine.
K II Ii U 31 A T I U
AND
HORSE LINIMENT
THE QKU.VT EXTEUUAL f.CMBDY VO
lilll'.UMATISM, 5EU1SAL
O I A, SPJiAINS, ETC.,
oooi) f o .v jtj.v or. ossai
This llntincnl ban earnod for itself a renu-1
tatlon unequalled in tho bUtory of ozterual
niMillcatluiii. XTrTlioii'aud who now aul-
fur from rlieumnllim, neuraluU, etc., STiald
find Immediate relief Irom all pain by Uslutr
this rertntn riMnptli. ft it nnimllv ifa,.f.isl
III cut", liuriw, H-afds, atllfnest of the neck,
soro throat, awclllngi, liillainatlons, fro 1
Piles, puini in the elite, or hack, oltutof tut I
tors or ktiti of Insocte.
Une rubljfiix will In all cases gt immadt-
lite rtlof. oim ll C.W a,,.lloiitlfinK M.tn,ilut.
cu.
On account of Its powerful penetrating
properties It Is beyond doubt the surest rem
edy for the mo"t troublesome distmte t
w hlch horses und cattle are Ruble. It cure
scrutebex, old ami fresh cuts or sores, chares
produced by tbe collar or saddles, lnlurlas
cuured by u illt or splints entering tbe flash.
' or hoot's, bruises, sprains, aweenev, spavin
I thrush, and all disease svblcb destroy the
boots or botieaof tbo foot.
; Full directions accompany eaoh bot-
i tie. TJie ubovo aie prepured ouly by
1 CUAM'FOKD & FORES.
I 1ft Market Street, Philadelphia.
I Anil wld hy storekeeper generally tbroutfk.
I out tho country. 1-2U It d-w
PROSPECTUS FOR 1873,-aECTII XSMt
THE ALDIKB,
I
An lliuitrated Monthly Journal, utdwmll-f
admitted tu bo the Jiaudsomett I'trJdJ.
leal In tho orll. A ItjprosontA.
live aud Chnuitiloti of Aiaar
lean Tasto.
Sot lor Knla la Book or JVown It-sr-M.
ART DEPARTMENT.
Notwithstanding tbo lucreiue In the prb-e
1 of ubcripllon last rail, when tbn Aldiaa oa
umed Us present noblo proportions aud rtp-
reseuiuiive cuuruuier, lue emuou win more
tlnu double tho past yeur; proving that tho
Aiuerlea-i puhllo appreciate n since
ilncere el-
fort in Iho cau.oof Art. Tbn pu1.Ubtr
uiixlous to Justify tho ready conll.f enca thu
ueinonstrnieu, uavo exeneu inruiMOves i
tho utmost to develop and Improve tho
work: and Iho plans fur tbo coiufuir year.
114 lllitoliled hy tho month fjr lasum, will
tmiish and dellxht etun thu toott naxutat
t friends of tho AMine,
I'he Alilluo will rcprodurn example ot
tho best foreiirn musters, selected with ft
tlow to tho blghi'st artistic aticcou, and
irrcatest general liiteri'jf, avoiding such us
have become fauilliatf tbrou;jli pUotosrapb
or copies of iiny kind.
1 110 quarteri) iinmu viuu-a tor ia..i, wiu
; reproduce lour of John d. UavU' inimitable
child-sketches, apprtprlato In the four sea
i sous, These plates, appruriog In the ls.suea
, lot January, April, July, srnl Octolsjr,
I would bo ulouo worth tbo prfco of yar'
SUhscrip.Joi
L'ory sitbscrilior to the Aldlue. who ptj
lu udvaneo for tho year IHTi, will receivo.
without additional charge, a pair of beiutl-
mi oil cUluiii'is. alter J, J. Hill, tho emlntui
i:iilisli painter. Tho pictures, entltl-:
"The viilttgo Hello," and "Croatlnjr tha
Moor." nro llx'li) Inches -aro or
rlnted from
lainremlooa
25 dllVerent plates, requiring 251
hiiiI tints to tierfect each picture.
Tbe tAtne
rbrumos am sold lor $V) per pair, In Uisrt
stores. As it Is the Uetcrmlnallunoi tta con
ductors to keep the Aldlno out of tbo reacU
rniiiiiiitttloii lu everv department, tha
! cbromos as UI bo found ahead ot anr thai
caitbooHorcdbyotlier pcrlodlcalt. ICvery
fiihsorlber will receive it certificate, over tba
Flgnatmo of tlio publishers, guarantfaltuf
tliut thu chrouios dellvornd shall bo euual Is)
tbo samples furnished tbo atrenr,
or tho money will bo refunde i
Tbo distribution of pictures of th y gradM
iV'ot tbosulMcrlbcrstoailta dollar port.
. o. leal will uiiii k niiopo. h lu tue history ot
1 1 and, coosldcrliig tho unprocadeuUd
c!u.':iP"C-"i"l'(le lirlee for The Aldlna ItaeU,
houtiivtl talis Ilttlo short ora uslriaclo,
,.,cn to thoMi liot aeqitulnted with Uo
....1. 1... ,,1,,,. 1,1 ,,f liiv.iiititu L-eulus and lsa-
ptoveu itieclianlcal aiipllances. (Kor lllu.
ti.itluiis of tbesu chromos, see Novewbat t
!UU iRY D1ARTME.NT
will contlnuo under tbo euro of Mr. iUcharst
lloury Stoddard, osilsti d by tho beat writara
and poets ol the day, who will atrivo to hava
tbo llteraiutu of tho Aldlne alway In
lug with itHnrlUUcattructloai.
TERMS.
W per annul, In advance, with Oil tbrtv
The Aldlno will, hureilter, bn, pbUtuaMa
only by subscription. Thero will I .';
dticod or club rate ; cash for hcrlpw
tmtst boaont to tbo publUbcr director naa
did to tbo local agent without retMMlltmj
of tho publishers, except n caset 'bratua
certlUcuto is given, beailnir ma U-!aU
a local agent, wUl ree!

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