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JOHN II. OBfiHLY, PB0PR1BT0R.
T II E J3 ULL E 'J.1 IN.
iiV.iii(i;iN mii ti.u
It iw lo me that Mother KjmIi
I weary from menial toil
And bringing lorlh by Ircttid toll
in ull tin; uaoiilc of Milli,
Sit down, ltlnwn,j! II were lnl
That we should rest, that he should rrl.
l.tt Ijtnr.ilo pos-esi Uiu hml,
Let foxes populate tliti low ik.
And wild iiocr Wander llinmali ihc down
H'-ru c Will IjujIi, nor lilt n hand.
Ami laugh lint ruin t a o 1 1 1 I ewr rare
For floi'l;, or tl.'ld, nr man. Ion fair.
No ship 1 i : 1 1 founder III the
No soldier fall In tn;iill:il Dili'.
Nor miner jicrhli in Hid iiiliic,
UlTC! Wl! l-llllll tDllt Ill'IIC'llh the 111'!'..
Where uirii noriiiilil shall wall nr vt.-.-ii.
r or earth 'hall 'hep. mnl nil Mull leep
I tlilul: wi- thui Mnll nil l.r nlnl.
At leat I know we an- not iimt:
ot fine. .And dm mirili loiii'idiou
Stum .niulngold and out nil.
I fi ll old your IiuiiiIk, for It wi re Iwrt
i mil we Mould rel, Hut flu- hniild
personal and impersonal.
President Grain, It Ir nflml, i cer
tain to l.oioriiu one of Um richest mcti In
.Missouri, owing to the extraordinary rise
ifi his real ttate In St. Louis.
PhiladelphN prnposos lo outdo iUstlf
Wi tho matter of tho cenlnrmlnl inhibition.
One featuro In connection with the ixhl
billon 1 1 to bo n xinlogjoal collootlon,
Tlie Iinniocrntif primary ultK-ilon fur
circuit judyn whlrh tools pUcn but -Sutur
Jay resulted In favor ol Hon. John M.
Crebs moil unanimously; m far i. wo
havo ,in r.ble to learn Mt. CmmiM
Julia Ward Howe bui boeti talking of
nuking n visit to London to get up it great
Jay of prayer for peace, at which tbo
New York 'Commercial !( What tlm
me of appealing for pence, as long as Ju
lia Insists upon her right of free r rvtt.ti '
-Aa the 1 ith of Juno will be tbo two
hundredth anniversary of tbo discovery of
tba Mutii-.ippl vulley by Marijuette and
Joliet, It Is propoteil to mabo that tbo
occanon for projecting n monument, or
orac other suitable memorial, to be crec
tel at St. Louis, to perpetuate tbo i'aino of
tho adventurous Frenchmen.
'Vo aro glad to nolo tbu fact that
tbo members are tint unmindful of tbo
Very ablo and croditablo manner in which
Mr. Sheppard has performed bis duties as
clerk of tho house. .Mr. Oberly, tlo sao
of Cairo, on behalf of tbo membari, In
one of bis happiest mood", referring to
history and ijiioting poetry, prufnted
Mr. Sheppard with a uplendi-l mass iro gold
chain. Atr. Shepp.ird very lelingly ac
knowledged tbu reception of lb" ijlft.
Chicago Legal Ntw.
Between thirty and forty meiiibar of
the Forty.soeond congress htvo refuoJ to
accept the flvothouand dollar. luck pay.
Uow many of them will rj lietly slip to the
treasury nn l draw it, tlni'i will tell. Of
those who refused tu take It, tlvo are from
Ohio, two from Vermont; ono from Con
neaticut; three from Mn"aclm5u; two
from Maryland; u:ie from Delaware;
eight from Xew York; ono from lndiaun.
two from Illinois; two from Iowa; olio
from Minnesota; onu from Oregon, and
one from Pennsylvania. 'o nam from
tho South appoar In tho li.t.
Tho appuintmont of Mr. Harper, as
chlot grain Inspector in Chicusn, I nl.
ready bearing fruit. Ho has Issued nn or
dor to bis assistants to put tho seal of con
dcmnatlon upon ull "uninerchautnble"
grain which tboy nro called on to inspect.
Tbls will moot tho viows exactly of ull
bonorablo grtln men. Tho 'Journal' pays
tho order has been rendered nceesfary by
tbo discovery of lato that tho ''doctoring
and "iniiing" proco'.ics have brmi resoittd
toby certain sharpers In the trndo. Mr.
Harpor cannot adopt or enforcn loo strin
gent measures for tho supprcsilon ot such
disreputable trickery, and li'i will II ml
himself iiiftaincd by tho enlirti public
opinion of the state. I Illinois Stuto Jour.
- - -
ANTIQUITY OF MAN.
Sir John Lubbock write In 'Niituro. '-I
liayo received n letter from Mr. Kdmund
Culvort, In which ho Informs mu that his
brother, .Mr. Prunk Calvert, bin recently
discovered, near tlie Dardanelles, what ho
regards as conclusive evidence of tho exis
tence of man during tho Miocene rorlod.
Mr. Calvcf had pruvlously sent mo aiimo
drawings of bonoi and ttiullj from tho
strata in question, which Mr. Hush and
Mr. (Iwyn Jotl'roya were gojd enough to
examlno for me. llo has now met with
a fragment of it bone, probably belonging
either to tho Dinutherium or u Mastoduu.
on tho convex side ol which U engravod u
representation ol a nornei qumlrupod
'with aiched neck, lozengo-sliBped chest,
long bodv, straight lore legs, and
broad icct.' Thoro aro also,
lie nysi traces of seven or
eight other figures, which, however, are
uearly obllteiatcd. Ho informs me tint
in the samo stratum ho lias also found ft
Hint flake, anil several bono broken n If
for tho extraction of marrow. TliU dis
covery would not only provo the oxistwipo
of man in tho Mloelno times, but ol man
who had already mauo somo progress, at
ii..t In art. Air. Oalvoit assuro mo that
i. c,V,u nn doubt whatovcr as to tho uco
i ui orm ,f tho Etratum from which
!..., ..i-nensuro obtalm"). Dfeourso I
am not In n position inysolf toexpmss any
Mrt,m on tbo sublect. but I am uro that
the statements of so competent an ol
server as Mr. OMvort will intorost you
tr Fans nro now worn hooked on to
.i.rr...., i i ..ml .mno extremely clo
nic witm-uimu, , - .
gant ornamont for tho V"rpo
contly been introduced. ll,e,?i
luoui, auu rusirusouii , ,;, n, i,if
or without a coronet. This InUUl U hM
gold and half silver, and
two shadei of gold. Tbo cha n ha ft
small snap at ono ond; to thU f" "
QgICE, BXXXiXiETIJSr BTTIIsPISrca-,
A J".oxih i?o" a him:xkttk.
TIM pi' , F,-T, N 0 A D V KN
M i-XCHANOED IMC
' I ItK-i A.NO W1VKS-A
l'lomlhe llot(iu liiolie j
Tbero i n lltllo rotimfico gi ir.g iuo
rouniU i.bout Jlicliard rarquunr Dingle
ar.d bis wlfo 1'liebo, and Hubert .Monro
ami bli wifo .Mary. Tin account of Mio
;ilMni;u foflliliu Hint bni'ef.ed il,i.n
1'oupin. is i'lrcuinunilu' that It must bo
in tho main true- All tbo parties were
, i.'oylisli, and vcrn newly marriej it il oe
"I Kngland beforo they oamo to tint iiB(v
j w.ul t curt tbu go jlle.s lurtuiio. hMt
Diliglu ull. I Ills uilu were ,tti ,0mUs,
mnl Jlob .Moore and bis wero browns, nml
j both wiimen svere boautie of their rospert.
j Ivo lyps, and nil w,to vming nnd
I mlvmiiurous. Tin. two coujiles didn't j
" over In tho smno ship, but they rnino
; iiiiaui wio saiim time, ami they aid not
J hfiow e,t lj other. Dick Dingbs loitnthor
with bis prt-lty wife, proceodcl to I'etro-
ium center, iviilisylvunin, wilb a eanital
nf am .... : i . . '
tvnr ri tv.ts soon sunk In oil
wells-nil but i-iOO. Dick divldid thj.
urn with I'lii-lf, nnl starte.1 out alone fr
hid argentliif lpublio to retrieve bis
iom loriuno and luake another. nj struck
II good "tri-ak of fnlnlfiL" lurk nih! rl.-..r,l
',00') In tho llrsl two years, wbnh he sent
i" i nene, unu wnioli alio d-ilv received.
i ins reconciled her to her buiaml s ab-
senen .,r sometime, hut she heird no moro
from liim fur some years and sbo legnn to
irnnru .11 in as ueuu. 'I no Inr 1 1. ho was
living a sort of rovini; lifo In s.tutli A tnfr.
ten, ami imd almost forgotten his blonde
uii, iiioitgn tie carried iierp'i tnre.
liob Monro nnd his brunello wife had
also it comfortable capital when the v in
rivid In this) country, and lost somo of it
In unfortunate speculations. Hob left
Mary in Rochester, .New York, nnd wont
to South Amorici full of golden visions.
Ho promised to write to his wifo soon, but
never did, and was not lucky in tho Ar
gentine country. Finally Dirk Dingle
and Itoh Mooro met, and hoth wero vaga
bonds in a strange country and without
money or friends. Thev loine l their for.
tunes and tol 1 each oilier th" stories of
tutur lives. Thero win a ro
iiiaikablo similarity bttween them.
They bo;h had pictures o(
their wives, and each wont in raptures
over tbo others pictures and carod very
lltllo fur bis own. In a mad Ireak vaga
bond Dick and vnabond Hob etchmged
tbo picturo of their wives, anil somo luck
appeared to coino to them afterward,
'iliey were fast friends afterwarl, nnd ac
cumulated somo money, and began to be
havo themselves butter. It was seven
years since Dick Dingle had written to his
wife, and ono day in a lit of repentanco ho
wrolo her u letter inclosing ifl.OuO, and
nskiug her to join him in South America
as loon as poiill"". in tin- m-n !,.,
li" had removed from !'troleum
Conter to Philadelphia, but tho letter and
the money louinl her after a long delay.
onJthr wn"so tkvci;.
As Dick had waitod tho proper time,
and heard nothing Irom hi wife, he began
to uneasy. nnd one day rrsolveu to re
turn to the L'nited States V hunt her up.
Upstarted from Panama on tbo Lnglish
steamer (Jeo.-go Watts for tlm Cuilod
States on Friday, the 7th day or Juno last,
while his wifo nulled from New York lor
the Argentine Ilrpublic the next day, Sat
urday, June i Dicls went to Petroleum
Comer, thence to Philadelphia, but could
not Ond his wife or hear anything of Iht.
He then went to New York resolved to
tnko tbo next packet for South America to
Jun Hob Moore. Hut something occurred
to prevent tho voyage. He got on a little
bit of a spree in Now York, and happened
to stumble into a store on Hro.idway to
buy somo trilling article. There, behind
tbo counter, bo saw a handsome brunette
whose faco looked chirmingly familiar.
Ho was not mistaken it was she, tho p c
turo bo carried proved It. The acquaint
ance ripened. Mary had sought ami ob
tained a divorco from Hob .Mooro for de
sertion, and was free, und lovely and still
young. Dick Dingle told tho story of his
"wifu's dsapp?aratioe, and tho couplo re
solved that sho must bo dead, so these Uo
got married, and are now living happily
I'INni.Sf. II UK I'll TIT.I.
Phobo Dinglo plowed tbo deep t" join
her recreant but repentant husband in tbo
Argontino Republic. Sho was doomed to
disappointment, but sho found Hob Mooro,
and liob snowed nor tuopiciuru which no
had received from tho hands of Dick Din
gle himself; but ho did not tell her tho
wholo story. In fact, it Is uncertain what
Hob did say to tho buautlfiil woman who
had como so far to llnd her husband nnd
failed; but it Is nuilo certain that thoso
two got married in it vory thort time, nnd
now live in good stylo In Cordova City,
Argentlno ltepublic. A real blondo is
quite a variety down thore, nnd sho cre
ams quito n sensation when sho rides out
every evening on a beautiful palfrey. It
is, perhaps, just as well os It has lallen
out. These two singular couples aro too
f.ir apart over to interfere with each olh
nr'1 happiness, and aro much belter satis
lied as Ihsy aro than they were.
TIMHLY SUGfi HSTION.
During tho llrst sosnion of congress,
liuld at .New York In 1780, the following,
together witli len other amendments tu
Hid constitution, was submitted to tbo
states for ratillcatlon :
No law varying tho compensation tor
services ol ciiualors anil ropresoniuuves
shall taku cll'oct until an election ol the
representatives hall have Intervened.
on oiiyrng tins ainunumoni, .nr. .usu
ison remarked that under tho existing pro
vision of tho constitution with respect to
compensation ("Senators anil representa
tives kUall recctvo a compensation ior
thulr services, lo bo ascertained by law,
and paid out of tho treasury of tho I nl
ten States,") congress could ir.crcnso tbo
pay 01 muiniiors indellnlloly Uiuing tueir
inrm or service Ho did not mini:
that tho power was ono which was
likely to lio abused; but It appeared to him
mai h wouia uo well to guard mo ireas
ury at this point, by providinc that rep
ruscntntlves might voto increased com
puliation to their successors, but not to
thtmsolvoi. Congress vlowod tho mattor
in this light, nnd approvod of Mr. Madi
son's proposition by tho requiillo two
thirds vote. Hut only six oi tbo thirteen
states thon In tho union ratified llio
amendment, nnd fo It fulled to becomo
part of tho constitution
somo member of thu Ohto ir.,.u,itnr,t
became acquainted with thoso facts, and,
on .Monday last, offered u rosolutlon for
tho ratification of this ancient amendmont.
Tho resolution was rofurrod to tho judlcl-
i.ry committee of tho house In which It
Thus wises a quution which, If not ix.
uetly now, n cettalnly Intereiting and of
p esent IinportHnce.-the question
wnctheran ameiidmenlto tbo conitltut.on
which has onco been proposed by congress
.1 i . ,i t l ;' Qt acu,,a uul"
... ...in. .uuiit-rution, unie3S ralllied ho.
foro that event. The Ohio r,..nl.,il..
hmuibhsi that tbls question must bo nii
Sttorcd alllrmativeU, and tho 'Times sees
no reason to doubt tint tho assumption is
correct. Tho t'onstltutlotikl provision
with respect to nn amenilmont, so fur as it
relates to amendments proposed bv pjii-
gross, is tin? : '. I'bo congress, whenever
two-thlrdi or both houses shall deem it
necessary, shall propose amendments to
this constitution - which shall
bo valid to nil Intents and purposes, as
part ol this constitution, when ratified by
tho legislature of tbreo.fuurlhs of tbo
snscral stules, or by ronventloi.s In three
rni.ni,. .1 . ' r r
lourtln thereof, as one or tho other moda
of rAtinrnllnn mnw I... ... .....I i... ...
grcss. That Is absolutely nil that has
" j O.WO.M.I.J o tun.
any beating upon tho present mirstion.
Now It will bo observed that while tho
constitution provldosa way in which an
iimuiiuiiierit may be proposed to tho stale,
It djes not pro vi'lo any way In which it
can be permanently disposed ol, except by
raiuiKHiion. unte submitted to tbo states,
it is wholly subject to their disposal and
nf.ll rnr.ull rt'. ...I .1. .. . .1..
. . w...,. .iu -uijaiituiioo noes iiotuu
claro that tho Hales shall boallowcd solong
mm no longer to tt upon a proposed
amendment: nor dojs it aulhorizo con
gross to limit tho time. It does declare
that amendment sliall ha linl.l to l.n n..
Jcet.'d If, after nil tho states have acted, it
ennii appear that le-s than three-
fourths ot them havn ratified : nor docs It
auinorize eongrc's to declare It author
Izos them to 'nronose ntnndrnpiits. hut
ft uoos not declare, either directly or by
Implication, that the propaal authorized
is in tbo naturo of n law or resolution
which may ba repealed or rescinded. Tho
constitution docs not oven forbid tho
states to reconsider their action or any pro
posed amendment anvtirno beforo thrco-
fourtha of them bavo ratified. Aftor that.
of course, tho matter is concludod; the
amendment Is partoftbo constitution, and
cannot bo affected by reconsideration, but
only by a now amendment; but beforo
that tho matter Is not concluded, and tho
states may reverse their action as often as
Hut it is not nece'sary to establish all
thee proposition In order to nrovo that
tho .Mudl'on amendment Is still before tho
country nnd rubject to ratlficactlon by tho
states. vJongress proposed that amend
ment by n joint resolution which was not
limited In respect to time, and which has
never been rescirftled, That resolution Is
as much in force to-day as any othor Joint
resolution, or any othr nct'of congress,
that has not boon rescinded or repealed.
It proposes certain amendments to "the
several stntes, not to tho states then In
tho union, as it has not been rescinded,
it still stands as a proposal to tho several
states now in tho union. It Is not now
v w insist limine states wnuw
voted against ratlQcntiot: have now the
right to reconsider. Tho amondmont can
be ratified without their help. Tho six
states which did ratify with the twenty
four which have not yet acted aro two
more thanonough to complete tho ratifica
tion. Tho attention of tho legislature of Illi
nois Is respectfully invited to this subjoct.
Hero is an amendment which, as recent
events have proved, is much needed ; It is
one which would doubtless have been rail
tied at the tlmo it was proposed, had tho
honest peoplo of thoso days supposed that
thero wero Hen Hutlers concealed in the
womb of the future; It Is an amendment
which no congress will bo likely to pro
poso in tills advanced ago when congress
men arc different Irom what tho men of
tho revolution supposod they ever would
lo. Here are tbo most cogent reasons why
tho country should tako advantago of tho
opportunity so fortunately offered by the
old and honorablo congress cf'lTcO,
and make back-salary stoats imposslblo for
the future. Thoro Is no bolter way, por
haps no other way to accomplish the ob
ject. Thero is no belter way to rcbuko
the salary grabbers of lS7'i"than placo
thorn in strong contrast to tho honorablo
congressmen ol 1780 by taking up this,
oxcellont amendment and rotifyini: it nt
onco. It Is to bo hoped that tho Illinois
legislature, tho Ohio legislature, and nil
thu rest of tho legislatures will act as
promptly ns pofiible upon the tlmoly sug
gestion "of tho Ohio resolution. Tho
nmondrncnt was proposed to legislatures,
and not to state conventions, and thero is
nothing, therofore, to provtnt action now
by legislatures that nio in session, and
early action by othors.
.lOl'RNALISM AND RELIGION
Prom tho Net." York Methodist.
Is it n fact that tho tono of thu Asiiori
can secular press has generally becomoan.
tagonlstic to evnngelical Christianity 1
Tho editor of tho Minneapolis 'Tribuno'
thinks it has. Ho is evidently woll ac
quainted wltli tho loading journalists of
llio country, and declares that "thero is
noed for alarm on tho part of tho orthodox
Ho says that he " Is widely acquainted
wltli American daily Journalists, knowing
hundreds of them in all departments of the
profession, and ho is not ablo to namo
threo evangelical Christians among them
all." Ho then adds i "In thu list might
bo mentioned able and accomplished ed
itors In Now York, Philadelphia, HalU:
more, Washington, Now Haven, Hart
ford, Providence, Huston, Utico, Roohostor,
llull'alo, Clovoland, Pittsburg, Cincinnati,
St. Louis, Detroit, Chhjgo, Madison,
Mllwauklo, St. Paul, and many
smaller cltios in different states.
Ho doubts if uny other pro
fession or guild can bo named whoio hun
dred most conspicuous mombera will ba
found standing so uniformly outsldo of tin
limits ot tiio i.vangoiicai church, "Thoro
Is urobablv not a sinulo 'professor of re
ligion,' " ho says, "on tho ontiro Chicago
dally press except a lew sjuthollcs, an
chorod In that church against thoir wills
l.v the act of Involuntary bantism." Ho
names Storey, Mattison. Walker, llotkln,
Willtia and Chamborlain, of tbo 'Times;'
Mayor Modlll, Smith, Shohan, Denslow,
Upton, Colbert and ltunnlon,
of tho 'Trlbuno'i Ham, Chrlsholm,
Miss llowolls and tho rest, of tho 'Inter-
Ocpan;' Shuman and Gilbert ol tho 'Jour
nal i' Illakoly, Jllrs. mibbani, fJSlUs Due
hanan, Donnot, Ruisoll and Flnnorty of tho
'Kvoning Fost. 1 "Mr. Gilbert was once,
Indeed, a Fresbyterian ministor, and may
still adhoro to a portion of his faith ; Miss
iinchaiiau is n cood Cathollc.aud Bhehaii s
had Catholic. Now York, ho savs. nro.
sents about tho samonlcturo. IJennottand
Connory of the 'Horaldj' Uold, Klploy,
John Hay, Hussard, Win. Winter,
Claronco s-oob, .hiss Kato rma,
Mr. Oilhoun llunklo and Oliver
Johnson of tho 'Tribune;' Marble, Croly,
Nowsll and Hurlbut of the 'World;1 Jen-
COE. 12TH STEBET
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY.
' i.lngs and AVIlllam if tho 'Tlmo.:' Dana
and Cummlngs ol tho 'Sun -''ovorv otio
1 of them eltho?n Unitarian nr a national-
1st, except Marble, who U a Methodl'tV,.
"In Cincinnati ho adds, "It Is won...
.Mural Ilalstcad of tbo 'Commercial;' llloss
' of the 'Fnqulrorj' llarrett of tho 'Cfcronl-
cIo' nnd Smith of the '(l.etto tho bit-
tor being ironically called 'dwon because
of b:s extreme Imploty." "Why continue
uiu cataloguo ' no asks. i fico people
mostly i.t. exempliiry lives, but thev 1
will rut stand tlo application of any ,
stringent theological test."
We nro Inclined to think that this erm
merhtlnn is correct, with the oxcplion of j
iiioruiior-in-chlorortho 'World, who Is
not a Methodist, as hero staled. On tho
contrary, tho 'World has been manifestly
under ''lUtloiiHlistio " control, In at least
it literary nnd scientific departments.
Many of theso Journal, however, aro not
openly hostllo to ovangollral rolllon,
1 .i - . . .. ' r,oii;ious ciassmca
I Hon of their editors, fju lnov do
! rn.... .t... . . . 1 .
., ay i"J ion religious classillca
thought In this countrv. Others nf th
: iia-.uBi tuat uuniinanL lorrn or titiiwi
f which soldom or novcr discuss religious
j "'iocs, nevertheless almost fcabituallv dls.
parago fellglon by n peculiarly oll'Jnslvo
i y 01 . reporting ecclesiastical affairs,
aome ol thorn seom to study to give
serio-comic aspect to all such reports,
Hot.' often havo the weekly mcotlngs of
juu ..leuioiust ciergy 01 this city been
buMcsqund In this manner'' How seldom
do tho .Monday reports of sermons amount
in aujining eiso than caricatures of tho
prcachen and their discourses '
Tho above citations from an oditor evi.
dnntly qualified to speak on tho subject
wu.t nun no ponuoreu by tho Christian
public. Tho socillar press is perhaps tho
greatest power now Influencing public
opinion In this nation. It dally reitor
Ing Its Impressions on us and our families.
Its indirect moral Influence Is almost Irre.
sls'ablo In continuously molding tho habit
ual thought of tho pooplo. No necessity
Is moro liriront with the Anmrlean Chris.
tlan public than a commanding ss-cnlar
press, which shall properly represent ro
llclous and ccclesiaitlrnl utralri in nop
SOU HOW FOR THK
DEATH OF JAM ES
TH V. BOA III) OF ALDEUMKN COXf.
HININO AGAINST MAYO It
HK IS IN DANG Kit OF LOSING HIS
OKFICF. TimOUGH THK
PROVISIONS OK THK
K.l'KESI0NE Of SOr.tiOW KOIl IIK0OI.;.
Nkw Yokk. May 2 Tho Arcadian
club, common school, Democratic ;ora
mittce, nnd other associations passed res
olutions cxpresslvo of their sincere grief
for tho doatb of Jas. S. Ilrooks, and their
sympathy for the bereaved family. Tbo
Tammany general committee meet to-mor
row, nnd tho associated press to
morrow morning, to tako appropriate ac
tion. Mi sicir.ti. TKOiiu.i; is skw yokk.
Nkw Yokk, May 'J. it is rumorod a
combination has been mtulo in tbo board
of u!ilermr. to defeat all nominations by
Mayor Havcrmoycr unsatisfactory to
them. Threo Republicans, four Demo
crats, and ono Apollo hall, being tho par
ties. It U also asserted that no
provision having been mado in
tho new charter for tho retention of Mayor
Havomeycr, as In case of tho heads ol
departments, ho will go out of otUco with
tho oxpiration of the old charter. If ru
inr Is woll founded Alderman Vance, a
representative of tho custom-house inter
est, would bo mayor until tho next elec
tion, as provided by tho now charter.
Tils: ATLANTIC HANK HEKJ U'ATIOS.
New Yoiik, May I. ltccolvor Strong
ot thu Atlantic National bank, reports
$301,000 socurltles missing. Tho liabili
ties aro sot down at 110:1,309. Tho assets
of which nro $304,000 short, may Lo
further changed by new developments in
PUIC1HK No. I.
Sr. Loris, May 2. Gcorgu L. Nospel,
formorly a rosldent of Now Orleans, but
for several year past living most of tho
tlmo in St. 1.0111s, aulcldcd ut tho GolJcn
Lion tavern In the lower part of tho city,
by shooting hlmsolf through tho heart.
Sickness, . dospondoncy uul domostlo
troublo aro supposod to havo bcin tho
sriciUK No. 'J.
Christian Slreplo was found dead in
his boarding homo, 027 South Fourteenth
strout, this morning, having ovldcntly ..hot
himself through tho mouth with a dorrin-
ger. Ho was a stranger In the city.
A negro named Honry Coroy was shot
In tho hoad by Kmanuol Hardin, bar
keeper of a low dunce-houtu on Almond
Urcct, and will probably din.
I m Kb.
Ci,.vi.i.A.vii, May 2. Geo. 11 Hicks, a
promlnontclcctflcan, Inventor of tho first
amiiatiu telegraph reporter, and rormorly
goncral ogont of tho western associated
press, died at Ills rcsldonco in this city to.
day from tho oil'ects of a strsko of par
alysis. Nkw Yonsc, May 2 Rov. Dr. Jool
Farker died In this city tbls morning, agod
ANu!ffiKSTIX fT COM
MUNCKIJ AGAINST A ST.
I'HOCEEMNUS OF THU IN 1)1
ANA KDITOItlAL ASSO
CIATION. AN KXrKNSIVi: STISllvK A.MONO
THK COO FK IIS IN THK NOKTH
THK IP. OltOANIZ.VTION NUMHKHS
MUM II KltS.
AN KXTICAVAfll.Vr IXSt'llANOg I'OMIMNV.
Sr. Lout.", May 2. Suit was com
moncod to-day in tho circuit court of this
county, by Frederick Scalle, ngalnst tho
St. Louis Mutual Lifo Insuranco com
pany. Tho petition of plaintiff states that
"previous to 1SC3 tho company did a largo
and remunerative business, and tho nn-
nual Income from premiums was a mil
lion and a half dollars, but that tho direc
tors havo wasted and misapplied this fund
In purchasing ground and erecting a
building costing nearly a million doliarsi
and thus unlawfully diverting the funds ot
tho company, which should havo boon np-
pliod to dividends to pollcy-holdor ; also
that many of tho drvcctoM of
tho company waro intorosted in said
building ns contractors, and charged price
for work nnd materials largely in excess
of 'nurrent rates at tho lime; ulso that tho
directors havo loaned to thomselvos nnd
their relatives and friends, largo sums of
money belonging to tho company, aggre
gating over a half million of dollars, on
Insufllclcnt or no security ut all, they
knowing tho loans to bo tinsafo and im
prudent Investments; and further that tbo
business of tho company has been con
ducted In a wasteful and extravagant
manner, Its expenses for tho past year
having boon $300,000 in excess of what
was necesary, and this sirnplj to onrlch
favoritos and friends; that with careful
management two dlvldonds ot at least
twenty por cent, each, could bo paid ;
that defendants, to keep their wasteful
and fraudulent accounts secret from policy
holders, lmvo by purchase, concentrated
n.-ii.i inrk,of the company In thler oin
bands, and thoso ol tnoir trlends, anil that
tbsy rotaln their positions by n small ma
jority vote; that the directors havo failed
and rofuscd during tho past two years to
make full explanatory reports of the con
dition and transactions of tho company,
and refuse to permit policy-holders to In
spect nnd cxamlno tho books and papers
of tho company; that tho directors, lo
deceive ttolicr-hnblnrs. Iiavn lisul and
published falsoaud fraudulont reports con.
ccrnlntr tho attains and condition of tho
company. Still other charges of Irregu- I
laritlcs and wronirful acts urn mndu
against defendants. Tbo nlaintill' usks !
"that a receiver ba ai.uointed t.. tako '.
chargo of the assets and admlnlstrntlon of i
tho all'alrs of tbo company, and pending a
decision of this caso that tho building, cor
ner of Locust and .Sixth streets, bo sold
and tho prococds bo nppllcd according to
act of Incorporation ; that nil loans past
duo bo collected ; that salaries und expen- '
ses bo reduced, and that defendants shall '
rclmburso tho company for loss suftainod !
by reason of thoir wrongful and fraudu- J
lent act', and that thoy bo tn-
Joined from furtnor Intorlering with tho
assets or business of tho company. i
isiiiana EinroR'.. (
I.sdiakaI'jlI", May 2. In tho oditorial ,
convention this morning, an invitation to
attend a rccoption at tho residence of Gov.
Hendricks, accepted yosterday, for tin
evening, was postponed until the next
meeting of tbo association, owing to want
of tlmo lo prepare for tho occasion, Pa
pers woro road by D. L. Caldwoll of tho
industrial review upon a truo basis for ad
vertising ratos; by .1. O. Hurdesky of tho
Anderson Herald, upon how to maku
tho country pros Indopondont of local
rings; by.l.G. lUInof tho Martinsville
Republican', upon co-operation among
country publishers. The committee upon
thoquostion of establishing a statu advur
tislnc niroucv reportol tho thine w.is
practicable, but time must bo given io
prcparo a plan for organizittoa, A com
mittee was appointed to proparo this plan,
and roport at tho next mooting of tho ns-.
sociation. Tho convention thou adjourned
sino diu. This afiornoon tho mombors of !
tlio association aro taking a drlvo through ,
tho city under escort of tho members of;
Fiu board of trado.
hTI'.IKK or THK 1'001'EllN
New Yor.K,May 2. Tho coopers" striko
Is becoming moro extensive. Tho men in
this city and neighborhood art) evidently
co-operating. Neither tlmo nor money
ontor Into tho present contest, tho men aro
only striking against tho uo of Eastorn
mado burrcln, which aro furnisned In Now
York inuoh cbcapor than thoy cau bo
manufactured horo. A few of tho largest
employers havo cone jilcd to tho demand'
nn: btkksotii or the ouuasizatiox
New voiik, May 2. Tho society of
coopors in Manhattan district numbers
1,700 members, and it la said a largo striko
fund is in tho treasury. Tho organization
oxtonds throughout tho country with a to
tal momborshlp of 17,000, and tho officers
of tho nocloty say tho present movement
has tho sanction of all tho lodgos in the
U nited States. Tho strike up to tho pros,
ont time hai not becomo general, but as
many largo dealers havo heavy contracts
to QU, Itsoeuis likely that a temporary sot.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
tlomont will bo made. It Is said that bun
dreds of tho most Intelligent workmen aio
opposed to tho present movement, lut
wey claim that tho striko was directed by
tuogranu mastar at Clsveland, who his
Issued orders that tho trade of non.soclety
men In eastern states must bo crushed out.
THK kTRAl'M OPEN.
Fort Hudson, .Mich., Moy 2.-Tbo
propcllor Idaho passed down this after
noon, tho first boat through tho straits.
tkooi', ron CAiironxiA.
Nw Yoiik, May V. Two hundred
troops havo bien ordered from hero to
WOMAN IN ONTARIO
DKOWNH HF.ll THREE
GARUIALDI REPORTED SE
R ECRU 1 TI NO FROG R KSSIN G
Hkumkm, Ont., My 2. Mrt. Keddy,
a resldant in Gray township, yostorday
drownod har throochildten whllo tempo
rarlly Insano. Sbo subsequently ntlirmptod
to drowu herjolf.
MAbhiu, May 2. Tho Carlist prisoners
on ono of tbo Canary Islands mutinied
somo days ago. Tho guard Urcd on them
and many woro killed and wounded.
WILLIAM A Nil ALEXA.VUISU.
St. FETcnsiiUKo, May 2. Tho emper
ors of Germany and Russbi paid h visit
to General Fadlobcn, last evening, and
listened to his lecture on Sobaslapol.
A LI) EN.
CoNKTA.vit.voi'LK, .May 2. Roar Ad
miral James Alden of tho United Slates
nuvy, visited tho sulton yesterday, and in
the evening took his departure lor Vien
Mahkiii, .May 2. Tho rocruUIng of
volunteers, who are to bo brought Into ac
tive sorvlco against tbo Carlist. is in pro
gress throughout Spain.
Homi'.. May 2. Gen. Garibaldi la re-
purteu irtniimngly .
Sr. Louis, May 2. Alexander Ilauer,
employed at tho brewery of Anheuser tt
Ca, was killed last evening by tho burst
ing of an iiiimoiiso beer cask, tho head of
which Hew out, striking him on t'ho fore
hoad, fracturing his skull.
WEATHER. REPO RT.
Asiii.soTON-, May 2. Probabilities
l or t,u11 Icnnssseo and Smith At-
IunUo uu'i BCnerally cool cleurlni:
w"tlier. northwestcaly to suutliwmterly
winusand higher piessurvs. For North-
west nnd Upper Lakes nnd thoncu south
ward to Lower Missouri and Lowur Ohio
valley occasional rain, partly cloudy and
clearing weather, with lower tetnperaturo.
For Lower Lakes and Middlo atates rainy
woathcr, southeasterly and southwesterly
winds. For Canada nnd Now KnQland
falling barometer, threatening weather
and rain. Cautionary signals continue nt
Duluth, Milwaukee, Chicago, Gcand Ha
ven, Detroit. Clovoland, llulfalo, Roches-
tcr, Norfolk, Capo May, llultlmore, Now
York, Now Haven, Now London, lloston.
Portland, Eastport, and ordered for Sa
vannah. Charleston nnd Wilmington
New Yoiik, .Moy 2. Money iictlvo'itml
stringent, I-1C por day until about 2:30,
when rates broko to (" por annum, closing
at that to tho local rate. Stirling do-
; cllnod to SJ for 00 dayu, and 0 for night,
I recovering to 8 1 f7Ti3 3 j and OlfDJ rosnec-
tively. Gold quiet at MJ to 10 J. Loans
7 per con, tn 1 -'11 lor carrying, ami 7 to
tUt for borrowing. Clearing 73,000,00')
Treasury disbursement1. MI.UOO. Cus
toms receipts 291,001), liovurnmeiilj" dull
and stoaJg. Statu bonds quiet and un
change 1. .Stocks dull.
Coupon Cs of '81 201; 5-20s of 'Vi UJ;
of '01 113; of '03 27J; now of 17-5; C2os
'07 10,: of OS 18; now fit II; lO-lOi in J;
a, 1 13. l ft. 'O'l J
currency 0s 1 13: Mo. fli '93
- -- '
Nkw YohKi May 2. Flour heavy and
lower for poor gruUes, goou grades tiescty;
super lino western S0(?G !il; common to
"OOd Uf(lil OW; gOUU lUKIIIHUU I01."!0
whlto wheat uxtra S3 tjOtl) 60. Whls
key les activn at O'-o. Wheat; pralriu
jprinc a ahado llrtnor and In moderato do-
mami; .iiinueiuui r""K n iv'ji !
cholco No 2 mill in storo $1 01; whlto
woatorn S2. Ryotand Hurley unchanged.
Cojn dull and heavy; car lots
of now wo.storn mixed CS70c'j
old in storo held OifoOSc; yellow western
71c. Oats ilrm; new wiiitern mlxod 50
r.2( j whlto western MrVo lo. Collbo strong.
Sugar in good roxuest. Mnla.ses quiet
anil unchanged. Fork steady! now moss
IBJColOci prlmo 1818Jc. Hoot tin-
chnnged. Cut meats unchangod; miuuiea
lowor, 10Jl01c Lard a slnido easier;
westorn itoam OS-lCROSc; kotlo OJs.
Nkw Oiileanis. .May 2.Hour dull,
suportlno 55 25; XXX f 0 &0M 75; faml
ly $S 7f)fi)10. Corn lowor; whlto 655tk;
vollowfi7c. Oats qulot; 4lc. llraii dull,
80o. Hay dull! primo 23c; choice 28o.
Fork firmer, $18 50. Dry salt meats Arm,
7I67l9lyl0e. Hams HJ(iT)16c. hxA re.
flnwl. sVurce; tlorco S9 70; keg StO 60.
10 76. Sugar nnd molanes; no move
ment. Whiskey 9003c. Sterling 27j
X. -frrtrt ssoni io,c. Uotton qult,
sa ks . ,000; gooifordlnary 15kai6or low
m doling lfj,r;o fnldillng1?!5
dllng Orleans I8Jc. Recelpu 6tS.
pirts i coastwise 107. blocks 150 Sit
Veek s sales 20.000. N.t rtclPU 203
gross 25.CC7. Exports to LWirpool' '
095; coastwise 2,237; Continent 15,166-
St. L'lii.s, Jlay 2. Hemp In fair d
mand, fprundrtssed atrlctly prlroo
andchoico Hour very slow and unching
Oil. heat dull and lower Ko 4 rl fall
M 45; No 3 SI es-Qll 05; No 3 $1 80 de
livered. Corn lowor nnd nnt iilohU
over7c; No 2 whito mixed 38c; yallosr
Jlc' t0lt In bettor demand, No J mltssd
'o. Iiarlev uneliHncnul. R (it .
0Mji70o. Pork quiet with no demand for
round lots; sales Jobbing loti 18c; D fl
meals unchanged; ihnuldari Tin naxlrarl-
ales sbouldi'rs clear HI, and cliir
Muscatine tlQ,SCa,0. Dacon Arm but
Hilt HCtlVC! sfinnliUr. ...,l .1... .It. 11.
clear .Ides lo.- hams UtoslCc. t,ad
quiet ,m,l Whiskey tteady 87c Cat
llo dull Hint weak, fair to extra choffla
beeves 4(uj7i Inferior and common 2f31c
Docs quiet It 00S 26.
Ciikaiio, May 2. Flour dull and
wheat unsettlod and lower, but Irregular;
closing arm; No 3 spring $ 2 cash or
Mai; l 2i Juno. No 3 tt 1K3H 161.
Corn steady: No 2 mixed 38c cash or May.
Oats In folr demand and advanced; No 2
31 (5:tl jc cash and regular; 88o Junt.
i.yuuuii; no sales except choloo samples,
llarley firm'. No 2 fall fresh 80o. Fork
dull and lower closed flrtn: nomlnallr
$17 7l(Ti;K cash; $18 bid on June..
Lird quiet, nominally $9 OS 10; als
at fl 20 on Juno. Hulk meat Arm; tat
in shoulders at CJc; short clear ifc both
loos.. Uacon firm and unchanged.
Whlskoy gooit demand: sale 87Jo.
Mr.Mi'lli9, May 2. -Cotton good
ordinary lfiltr.ic; middling 17ll7ic;
receipts 101 D; shlpnenU 015; slock Mill.
f lour active nt 5&to. uorn ami at sin
fjSc. Oats scarce and firm. Corn meal
at J". 60. Fork scarco and tlrm at Sit 50
P)U) "'j. Lard eiulet. Bicon dull and
drooping; shoulders 8Jc, tides lOJQlOJo.
ltl nis i I'm II of tho
Kor2l hour ending 3 p. ta.
May 2, 1871.
lAiXlngtou , .
Slireveport . . .
DAVID W. HARNETT.
Ohservor Sit. Ser. U. 9. A,
LL'isvii.l .May 2. Tbo river has ril
en 7 inches in tho past 21 hours and still
rising, with ti feeH Inches In tho canal and
Ufcot'l Inches in tho chute. Weather
rainy nearly all day and to-night. Busi
ness moderate. Arrived: Armadillo, Cin
cinnati; Lawrence, Nashville; Charley
outrun, unrgei uig i-onuor ana i'omeroy,
Cincinnati; J. . N'fal, Cumberland river.
Departed: liowon, Condor, Fomeroy and
S. W. Maan with barges, Steubenville,
Lawronce, Cincinnati. Tho Armadillo
expects to get off to-night for Arkansa
tlvor. Stovmer Molllo Ragon was pur
chased to take tbo place of the New Slat
in tho Wheeling" and Cincinnati trade.
Tho machinery of tho Kato Klnny reach
ed this city on tho 19th. The new ferry
boat for Cairo was launcbod yosterday.
Evakmvillk, May 'J. Weather cool
and growing coldor; morcury 6( to GO;
now Co. River risen 7 inches. Up: Joe.
Gllmoro, Florence Lee, Quickstep, Fay
ette, George Roberts, 11 b Turner, Char
ley Ilrewn- Down: Liberty No 4, Any ,
Itaum, Cbarmor, Mary Amcnt, J D Far
kor, Tarascon, and Smoky City. Dullness)
Sr. Louis', May 2. Arrived: Johnson,
Keokuk; .St. Joseph, 3Tompbis; Mollle
Ebcrt and City of yulncy, Now Orleaos;
Dubuque, St. Paul; St. Johns, Feorfa.
Depaned: Johnston, Keokuk; John
Meam, Ashlarxl; Dubuque, St. Faul.
River rising. Weather, rain near! all
dav, and continues to-night.
Cl.si'l.v.VATi, .May I. River 22 feet 8
Inches and risinc. Departed: Andee,
Wheeling; J M Phillips down Irom Pom-
ercy to Nashville. Raining since dark;
New Orleans, May 2. No arrivals.
Dopartod: Nick Lonbworth. Cincinnati;
John II Maud, Memphis. Weather clear
Naciivii.lu, May 2 River falling ra
pi nly 10 feat on shonls. Departed: Oracle
and'HoImaii, fur Cairo.
Hi: A I. ENTATK AGKHOT.
0. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (JXCONU f L00) OHIO L1YU
Hity and SsLL. Rial Eiiah,
FURNISH A1I3TKACT8 Of TITLS
Aai ivr Ojdtotum ofBtaUl
Joiin (. Ilarman. Cbu. Turupo;
JOHN Q. UARMAN & CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
Xorlli Cor. olUIU at. nust Obi LTe.
Kolu authorized agents for the sale of I. C.
railroad lands In Alexander and Fulukt
counties, nf which there remains a large
quantity uiwold, embracing some of ui
very hot lu the country.
Abstracts of Title, ConveyancIntT mA
specialty. Real feute bought and eoVt.
tjaTTiues Fild. t-
'll 2 0
lift 31 10
'-"J 0 II