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JOHN H. OBEULY, PROPRIETOR
THE MJLLHTI N.
Kplzjnt promises Id not almad of the
pencu policy In tltu mtoriiihinllrig btisl-
Al lotilitn uidcrmati rciilro lloolli li
submit Ills plays to tliciu before lio li al
lowed to bring them out.
If 25,00.) peoplo go to Kurnpo tit 1
summer and spend, on the average, $1,000
each, tliny will tiiko with tlium In gold
TIju Chicago Iloliof An(0:lutln indi
cates Its readiness to dlbaiidhy oH'.tring to
Kt position for its male dependent inn
Thu secretary of war will visit Nov
Orleuiit before hu comes baok. lie w)
havo an opportunity of fin-lug liow his
crops nro coming on llmro,
Jucktonvtllu, Florid, i nglutod by
a gignntic peanut swindle, niimo'oti i
tumiro purchasers h 1V0 refuted to shell
- A girl of twelve awl n hoy of four-
toon nrj to bo tmrrlud In (Julvoiton, 'J'ox
ni. Vegetation mm never known to b
furtbor advanced there rit thlssonon of
Tlio uftipresi of Kjiii.i dUdalnr tho
sorvlccs of tbo post-otfico. A service if
couriers ha been established between Sor
rento and St. Petersburg, compose of
eighteen persons, who aru contimiilly on
routu between tbo two pl.icos.
Klchard Smith, thu editor of nnd prin
clpnl stockholder in thu CincintiHti 'Oa
r.otto,' bognn life as a journeyman carpen
ter. It is elngttlur how lomo men decline,
even with tho fairrst propctct. This ii n
plain cuiii,-N. Y. Urapliiu.
Alcorn and Ames are tno only compet
itors thin far for the gubernatorial nomin
ation In Mississippi, nt thu hands of the
ltpublican party. Did ever a Miss have
to choose between worso altnrnativoi.
Mrs. Stowo thinki, "with slutablo in
struction, alligators may yet bo scon in
the legislature. They certainly would
not bo moro voracious than many in tho
situation; and there i a lino openncM
about their manner of doing things that
At tbo hearing of a breach of prom
ise suit In London, recently, the jury
were obliged to hear read seven hundred
nnd forty-four lettors which had passed
between the lovers. Aftor hearing them
all tho prorniso to marry was ndmitted,
and tho jury gvo thu jiUlntiir vnrdict
A Now York writer says: "Vandcr
bilt has no weakness except for horn-s,
and has that frcsbnoss of fueling which at
taches him to a dollar as if it wero tho
first ho had encountered. He seldom re-
fers to his generosity, and ho does not I
wish bis friends to. What be glvos it
nothing to anybody." I
Tho French opposition pipors aro en- j
couraging UulTet, tbo now fpeaker of tho
astombly. Ono of them informs him that
during tbo first Kapublic there wero sixty-
three speakers, twenty-two of whom wero '
outlawod, eightuou guIUotiuod, eight !
transported, six condemned to imprison- ;
mont for life, four went mad and died at '
Ilicetro, and thron commlttod suicidu to '
escapo tho scatl'old. Only two escaped.
Tho 'Vindicator,' published at lloggy
Depot, Choctaw nation, contained tho fol
lowing startling and thrilling paragraph :
"Nabullo miku ilvppa vtta clmtiik vt ili
nn inla hosh vibtoba tok. Vohmi tuk
osh miko oona Albert rareous vt ant ful
umvt i kvt nltolc checkosi falamvt
via chi bosh in tuk o himohaski
a miko vt ikshosho." Wo aro vory sorry
that Albert Parsons became mix6d up In
this alt'air, but peoplo who will do suc'u
things must sutler tho consequences which
aro turo to follow.
Femlnlno coilfures nro drifting slowly
back again to tho old-fashioned ehatelaui
Hocloty may congratulato Itself on tho
fact that fumiiilno fastness has gono out of
It is vory much tho faihlon now-a-days
for ladles to carry a navy bluo waterproof
cloak neatly rolled and strapped.
Very jaunty aro tho now bonnots1 Thoy
i?ivo to tho wearer a ort of dashy bold
ness, not tho Rwootett HiIiijj lu woman by
I'ywea.,1, ,. ..!.,.., i.,..
AS naturo uus now lunusutu ui'j
with ft broken back, u good Imitation
can bo built with six months' back num
bers of some projperous daily 's exchanges.
Our fasblonablo ladies uro now covering
tlioir foreheads with a mass cf curls and
crumpod up hair, not at all bocouilng, nnd
suggestive only of negllgoncu.
It bclns to look ns If tho immense "cir
cus tont ' sun umbrellas of two years ago
wero going to bo fashionable iignin. They
aro much moro usoful and far prottler than
tho club handlos.
it Is not "tho thing" now to woar tho
bridal voll ovor thu faco at all. It Is
twisted about tbo bead in n mannor
strongly suggostlvo of n burlesquu actress
nhout to havo hor photograph tuUon.
Young ladlos who havo grandmothers
ransaclc tlioir aucirai " mgu
tortoiso shell combs, and if they find thuni
atlol; thorn in their back hair and straight
way rcjoieo immediately.
It is sai" t,mt 1,10 Urejl euurcli has
i VvT.inlut? an effective missionary work in
'C n Since tho Iluddhist faith m9
I T 'into dccllno In that country the
J.Xv?b m greaaly Interested in
, apanosoliftVo bot h ,
and mlitJonwlM u . ,,,u conait,ollf
navnniago m ... , ,tu zm
to propogato their u UonJml wlh
Their labors ho MO
great success. o h
Kamtchatka vM .orU ,'nl0' ll0
recolvod ft 'l' n l'0UT,lt0,iortod that ft
church at ono u ' j rtVo been con
number of I uddhi t ptn functions of
(J HIIT Oil NOT GTIIjTY.
THU (J UK AT SCAN DA L.
THF.ODORK TILTON S STORY,
"pedal tob (tram to tho Chiejgo 'I'ltslf-,
Nr.w Youi:, M;iy I. While the church
'bell wero ringing this morning in Now
Yorkntid Itrooklyn, tho news-boy wero
yelling in Ihoeilyof ohurelies: 'Sunday
Ituviuw' full uccoQiit of tho great
Heeeher sciiii'IaI. I bought a ropy it tho
paper, utid found that fOitin light at !nt
wait breaking in upon tho Plymouth
church putridity. The 'l!"Vlow' con
tnined TIIK rilUM)KUlfI.T
llolM down which Mr. K. II O. Clark
liHt Ilrod at liruoklyn from the walls of
Troy. Thin romarkabbi document has
been extensively ririVNMcl and mi xf oiiiI y
looked fur. It" begins with tho fallowing
reinarkabl' 1 i-i' J i n l- s :
TUK RKPUHLIC TH RKATKN'KD.
TUK IIKKCIIKt-Ttt.rotr rjl'VVIIH. AVIITIIF.
IICK'lllt-irjWF.N-C0M'1' K O.V-
Til'. 3BAI. IIKUKR.V Al 1. 1ST.
WOOUIIUM.' MBS A.VII TIIKOIlOKK TIL-
ro.v'.i truk riuv.
TIIK A' WJUST llnltlillll.C AT ltKr.
.vo oiiHiK.virv, nur hod's mum.
A NMV r.BVKLATlO.V.
TUB HKXIKLV.V SIISMTOUTUIIB T. I'AI I.
INTO A KliKK-I.OVKrt.
TUB Til V.VUKKWJLT HHATrBKi A llU
CKOWIl AMI IT.OWt UT Til B
Then tho true story is given, which is
in eltect this: 'I'll tun usertt that in the fall
of IbiO, Mri, Tilton being just back trom
it watering place, Mr. Ileevlier viiilvd her,
and in a moment of fervid pastoral duty,
ho sought her to accord to linn nil Ibotu
peculiar favors which her sex admits
of. Mrs Tilton declined toe honor with
tho mature eadnees of coinuuu sense.
Then tho told hur husliaud. Ho inked
her to make a memorandum. This is it:
"Yesterday afternoon, my friend and
pastor, Henry Ward lleei-yer, solicited
mo to become his wife in all tho relations
which tho term Implies."
Tilton was then editor of tho Now
York 'Independent, and or tho ti
'Union,' makinir all of n year.
Six weeks after tho ocourronco Tilton tells
lloweit of the honor .Mr. Ueocher intended
to confer upon his tTilton's) wife. Theo
dore alto eavs that for n jcar provious,
iiowen hail been in.cuiing Ilieeher of
adulteries and rapes.
Iljwen urged Tilton to co for Ucochor,
nnd UnnMy Tilton wrote this note, which
I! .wen delivered:
i Hbskv AV. Ubkciiki: Sir. For rnasons
' wbieh you will understand, and which I
need not thorcforo recite, 1 adviso ntul
demand that you quit Plymouth pulpit
I lorevor, and leavo Ilrojklyn as n residence.
i Then -Mr. Frank Mouiton comes on tho
' scene. Ho also is u prominent .neinUer of
1 tho church. Tilton told him about tho
1 noto to llcohpr. "Did Iljwen sign with
you ; ' said Mouiton. "No." "Thou you
, nro a ruined man." Mouiton was right.
; When llowpii handed lloecher tbo letter,
l,.. .!.! 'Mr. Ilcechor. a letter from Til
ton. Tilton is your implacablo enemy, but
1 will bo vour friend." Shortly after,
llowcn discharged Tilton. Sjiuo eight
month after, lleeeber,
kkaki.no tub aTiiEius. roiiM,
Called on Mrs. Tilton. Sho was sick in
hud. but her nastor sought liur side and
demanded a rotraelion, which fcho wrote,
..vino that Mr. li.'echer In his inter-
ronri.i with her had conducted bimsolf as
a gentleman nnd a Christian. Thu is tho
vt-..,i enncisivunuss of Mrs. Tilton wliich
Wundhull soeiiks of. When Tilton heard
i of this, bo besought Mouiton to visit llee
eber. nnd demiuiU inu paper containing
tho retraction, 'lho meeting was a
iinrmv nnn. lint Mouiton was luiplafable.
"".v ' . , , ...... I -i.. .1..
1(i m, had it. "I will koep this
ni-KIHl llllll KUIH ll'l uum uu
iiwMiiorandufli and lho first one together,
said Mr. Mouiton, "and thus prevent you
and Tilton from harming cacli oilier.
"Hut can I eonildoin you 'f ' implori'i
Heouher. "Will you protect tho pnper ?
"I will," quoth Mouiton.
ollntv'' niii.riml Hcechor.
iiu'ith thi. if nocotsarv." said Mouiton
nml hil linmilutiud u rovulver. Then
tho document, and Moul
ton ban kept it slneo. All this dramatic
ip.mil i in Tilton" s truo klory, .Now wo
WOODIIUM. ON TUB m'ESK,
tii..,i iinailv nialtlnL' her aruuaintanco,
Onu dav she showed him a copy of tho
'World' containing a loiter oi iiis.iu which
.i,.. t,,,,l M-rittno ihls tiassaire: "1 know a
clergyman of eminonco in llrooklj n who
lives in concubinage wmi inu who ui
.i,nr pi,ir.vm in cf enual omlnolico. '
"Doctor, you know whom I mean, said
"I mean you nnd lloecher.
'l'lllim anlll'llL to net Oil tllO right
U nml bewail that cele
brated Intimacy with hor, which resultod
lu his writing hor llfo, ' Moon. ot
tho nightly trances sho nnd old Demos
tl."nes enjoyed together, but ho lound
coutHSOT nr. iiouciit
In that way. Her first shotcamo in tho
early part of 187".', whon on tho occasion
of NVoodhull being snubbed by tbo women
rights womon, hu sent them hor tit-ror-tut
proofs, declaring that If thoy dlsgracod
her for teaching fron-lovo, sho would dis
graco them for practicing H. At last
Woodhull & Clallln's bomtislmll was
touohod oil', much to tho astonishment and
IllSgllll, HO 4I1UUIIIIIU Hlj'f "
tiuoli is tliu gist ol l llton s true bioij
appours In Chirk thunderbolt.
Tl IIO f INT K.n v i e w k i.
1 intorviowod Tillon this afternnon'nnd
was dumbfoundod lis wo walked tho
heights, obsorved by all wo met. Ho 'aid
bo was never moro In tho dark ftt nnytimo
during tho past yoar than now. Lcttor
after letter has appoared In tho papers, of
which ho was gWeii n. tho author, and
winch ja said ho Know nothing, nouoj
not deny tho contents of his hater to
riuwcii, Uatod .Ian. I, 1H7I, but says that
It Is not a coriect copy. lie denies any
personal knowlcdgo of Mr. E. II. ti. Jink
of thu Troy 'Whig and lui no poiiiiiva
l.'nowlilgo of ovor having met the gentle
men j believe that a man named Clark
did once bring lilm a letter of introduction
from Juntos P.edpnth, Imt Im
has entirely forgotten thu eir
cumstancc. He criticised the nrtielo
In tlio 'Kovlow,' pointed out ievir.il minor
Inaccuracler, but did not deny the general
truthfulness of tno uro' tint. Several pass
ions tilludin to .Mr. Il-'oeher's projioials
to hll wll'u ho did mi.t emphatically dnny,
nnd yet ho read thoo self-faiim passages
to me from his tuahiucrlpt Inst Tluiiksuiv
Ing day. It wmi evident M r. Tilbui was
O.V 1114 IIUAflt)
And purpo'i'lv ova l.n ; arid ilTiyin,', this,
too, at an Iht'-rviow to which I was Invi
ted by him, ho well knowing my character
as a journal!.!, and evidently expecting
inu to tnako uio of anything ho might
communicate. Ho played the rolo of bra
vado to perfection, and said that he dldn t
caro a tnnp about what the papers .aid,
or what .Mo'dHines Woodhull nnd Claf
lin or Col. CI xxi dlJ. Thero did not ex
ist, bn said, a -Ingle scrap of .i j.-r i-nri
natin from bis pen whirl, ha was not
willing to have givun to thu worid utnny
time, wbetber addrcMi'd to man or wo
man. Allusion being made by mo to the
manuscript statement of fii'cnri which
bo had rend to tin la't winter, and whl.-h
was in t- nded at tho time for private cir
culation, and possibly publication, ho taid
that thero wero at that time certain con
tingencies existing which atlectcd not him
self but others, but that iww happily tliovj
wero all romovod. Notwithstanding this
statement, my recollection is porfoct that
what Tilton read to mo us bis story tallies
exactly with what the thunderbolt says in
roferuice to Mr. liei-cher soliciting Mrs.
Tilton to extend to him tho favors of wife
hood, nnd furthermore, that tho lettor
from Tilton to llowen, but recently pub
lished, was there in oxtonso, tlio ono caso
being that In which tho honor of his wife
was attacked, the other springing from a
business and salary relation with H. C.
llowcn. Mr. Tilton then alluded to tho
fact, well-known to thoso who aro nit fait
In this mattor.that .Mr. Howen's first wlfo,
now dead eleven yoar, was
Al.t-0 A VK T M
To Mr. IJsochor'e lust, which vory raoson
nbly accounts fur tho vindictive spirit
shown by Mr. Jiowcn when ho
urgod Tilton to wr-ito that demand for
Decoder's resignation which hu so
obligingly carried, and which ho was
smart enough not to sign. In view of the
fact in this connection that notwithstand
ing tho hot shot lho 'Eaglu' is pouring
into tho 'Union,' of which llowun Is pro
prietor, culling him tbo slanderer ot bis
pastor daily ; and in view, furthermore,
that last Wednesday Mr. Ileecher's friends
ollercd $125,000 for the purchase of n coii-
trolliug interest in thu 'Union,' the situa
tion is certainly suggestive.
Mot thy leatl disgracelul leature, there
fore, of this thorougly digracuful atl'alr, 19
itxi bare-faced attempt of Boucher t
friends to htao lliu cliamo ol tho duaa wuu
with lho glamour of cold. It may be
well to mention a fad not generally
known. During thu incarceration of
Woodhull an I Claflin in lho Ludlow
ttroet jail, where thoy wore visitod by
(ieonru r Train, n gonueman irom
Western Pennsylvania, named ostbrook
ox-minlster and cx-lawycr, and now
a uccessful coal oporalor, also called upon
them and heard their story. Thence hu
went to Tilton and interviewed Iiltn.
Tilton read him thu statement now pub-
llihedintho thunderbolt proviuufly read
to me, nnd nupplemonted that reading by
lho recital of a gross rapo by Mr. lieeehcr
upon tho person of a celebrated literary
lady of this city by tho nailo of Proctor,
dressing tho story up in glowing and dra
matic colors. Tins is tho cao alluded to
in tlio lettor from Tilton to llowcn, latoly
published, in which tbo grossness ol mo
rapo was oonceaicu o) mu cuurntiuiijuv
stars. VelbrooK, tinmen, is my aiunor-
Ity ior this; and furtbor, that Tilton lold
him that upon learning oi tins rupuirum
Mr. Iiowen, Tilton caneu upon -hiss
Proctor and aked her if tho had told
Iiowen of tho outrage, nnd that sho said
alio had, and immediately
swooned at his fust. On recover-
me: her r.onciotisncfs ho asked her
whether sho had communicated tho Intel
ligence to llowen verbally or In writing,
and sho answered verbally. Mr. Tilton
admitted to mo to-day that ho bad such mi
interview witli WestbrooU, bud told
Westbrook of his interview with Miss
Proctor, but ovaded direct questions about
tlio lady, and mainti.lneii Hint tun flory
was exaggerated. All this timu wo wero
wnlking along tho street, Tilton carrying
lho Mtevlow' in Ills hand, title out. Ho
scusht tho most frenuouted tliorougbfuro.
just as tho churches wero dismissing their
conurciriiuon!', nnu seomou in no way to
bo annoyed ny ins cons ucuousnojs. no
chatted pleasantly, and several times
I.AI OIIEI) IIBAUTII.Y
At what lhup,persaid about him, inti
mating that tho thunderbolt's truu story
was nut together by sumo clover hand
from tlio pilfering niomorics of thoso to
whom ho had road his statement. Ho said
tho original slatomcnt called his truo story
wui tn tno custody oi .Mr. rranu jiouitun
which reniaric Mr. .Houiton conurmed mm
self. Mr. Clark nlso says in his paper
that ho, when called upon, will show
where ho ttot tlio statement ho published
When parting from Mr. Tilton, ho nskod
in it cnrolrs, oil-hand mannor, how
tho town talked about tho scandal,
told him tills: Every man 1 had mot that
morning, amoni: them sovorul prominont
members of Plymouth church, bolloved It
now, while they nover did before, and
gavo as tlioir opinion that Mr, lleechor
.MU.sr COMB DOWN V110M HIS H'LVIT.
It is difficult to got at tho fooling of tho
cnurcii, ii.'.i i may remark, in conclusion
tnat n nopnow ot y. c. llowun. a promt
uont inomber of 'Change, lias oll'ernd to
wnitor so.uuu inni in t h is eoc al tilt i s un
clo Is bound to win.
JtUSSIA IN AII.MS.
St. Petersburg I.ettcrto tho Levant Herald,)
Quietly as uvurythlng coiinoctod with
thu stato is carrlod out by tbo government
of tho Czar, and careful us all nru to guard
secrets, thu revolution of which might on
tail long years .of exile, yet from tUna to
tlmo somo leak Is sturted, und tho world
gets nil insight into tho nll'airs of this
omplro. Perhaps during tho last few
months moro has boeti lenrncd than
could havo buon oxpoctod under tlm most
favorable circunistaneos, but probably tho
truth Is that tho Muscovite cauldron is so
o forced n vent for Itself To s'neT. ','
. i noap nmimrv tin ni ii,.,t tlm otn. i...
ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. MAY 8, 1S73.
plainly, the tnilltnry nnd naval prepara
lions of Uuisia havo attained such a pitch
that to dlsguiselhcm Is no longer possible,
Taught by tho sad exporloneo of lho Cri
men tliat a widely icattored population,
l.ownvirnumoroiiK, Is, In military sensu,
uselecs, unless means nro found
lo mas troops quickly and
in overwhelming numbers nt any
iivn milnt. lho P.usslatis havo inter-
H'clod their country with a vast web of1
railways, tho completion of which is now
only a matter of a few Mouth, and by
thu aid of which they will bu nblo with
startling rapidity toconcoiitrolo tho whole
strengtli of their omplro In any direction
whoro it may bo required. Fortification
havo been rebuilt or repilrod J they havo
loan mounted with tho best und h. "avion
puns, and- communications with
Uiotn is rapid and easy. Among
oilnr means of oir-neo nml defense, it i
worthy of mention thai tho Caspian Hea
swarms with Russian war steamers, and
u scheme has boon sat on fixit to connect
that lako with the Illack Sea by u canal.
Tho navy, tin), has received much atten
tion. It i beyond all doubt, that for lho
last seventeen years liussla has been
making preparations for war. Her pro
ent we'akne lies in her finances: but it
must hi remembored that war Is somo
tltnes a lucrative speculation.
GOV. lNOi:ilSOI.Ii OF
KKU.Ofiff Sl'.M.MONKO TO AP
PF.AH IIKI'OUH TIIH(tllANI)
THE WAP. (JOES IMA VKIjY ON
Til I'.EE M ETP.OPOMTANS
IIautkoiU), May ". (Jovernor Ingersoll
was inaugurated to-day with Impoiing
ceremonies. The inaugural addrese wa3
read by tho governor In person. It re
commends tho calling of n constitutional
convention by n vote of tho general assem
bly to proposo n now constitution. Tho
greater ptrtof thodocumont w.n dovotod
ilallatlul informiiUGU in relation to flnan .
cial, commercial, wiutuitonM, and numan
itorian interests of tho state.
KBI.1.000 srMMO.VKH HBt'OItB TIIK OI1ASP
Nkw Oiilean, May ". Tho Now Or
Icins grand Jury passed a resolution to
havo Kellogg and his olllcers appear be-
foroithom on a chargo of usiirping tho
government of Louisiana. Judge Alsoll
ordered tho report Mod and subpocnaus to
Issued for tho purtioj to appear beforo
tho grand jury. Tho grand Jury also re
ported against tho Metropolitan police.
the wat; (lost ua.vvEt.r ox.
New Iiikhia, -May ". Moro firing
was hoard tills morning, and a courier
from tho civizons' camp rcpart tnrco
Metropolitans killed nnd four woundod,
within two squares of tho court-house
whoro Col. lUdgur hu concentrate I his
forces. Tho citl.ons nro collecting from
ovory portion of ths Attakappos. Sj far
tho young mon principally havo gonu to
tho field, whilo married mon nro watching
the negro orgnnUers, and aro preparing to
frustrate them. Captains of steamboats
havo boon wnrnod not to trnnsport armed
Metropolitans, nnd consequently did not
bring thoso nt tlio bay, kuowlng tholr
bjats would bo blown up. Tho ontiro
bayou Tochc, is undor tho survcillanco
of well organized bodies of citl.ons.
Kellogg troops can only reach St. Mar
tinsville, by fighting their way up tho
llitAsuKAi; City, Li., May 7. Eight
Metropolitan's nrrivod this morning, mak
ing forty-eight wbltos, ultogothor. 'I no
cltizons rofusod thoui nil sholter, and thoy
woro stopping in a small tiogro cabin
filled with niggjrs. Thoy woro ordered
to go to St. Martinsville, hut
can -opt no transportation. Tho
ferry flat horo has bsen romovod. Tho
Tocho boats stop near Franklin, nnd nro
guardod by cltizons. Tho citizens horo
nro still detorminoJ, but all is quiet. Ono
Metropolitan Just nrrivod horo from at.
Martinsville come through the swamj'
nnd has verbal dl'patchos fur New Or-
bans. Ho savs Jladger Is honimod in
Ho heard heavy cannonading last night
CIlAHU'ri rKOllAllLB hLUL'E01t,
New Youi;, May 7. Uumor around
tho United States court building nninos
nx-Judi-o nnd ux-Unltcd Slates District
Attornoy Piurropont ns tho probablo nom
ineo of Prosldont Grant to (ill tbo vacancy
occasioned by tho death of Chief Justico
Cliate, but thu political friends of Scnntor
Colliding aro vory confident Unit ho will
bo successor to Mr. Chase.
Nr.v Yoiik , .May 7. Tlio supply or lonna.
hie funds steadily iiu'ieasing, nnd inonuy
market seems (.ettled iuto an eauy condition
for the spring and biimmur months. Hates
to-day Ti" per cent, mi call. Outstanding
lo-al tender docroasi'd l."'l,O0O. Sterling
dull ami heavy, 83SJ for flxty days, and
WM fur 'H'h. lold dull and steady 1111.
17j- eloilng 1"J17J. Loans U7 per cent.
Clearings rm,0ii0,0(K). Treasury dl.hiirfc
nioiiU :k),00 for Interest. CiiKtoms receipts
:t:0,000- (lovcrninenti a trlllo batter and
llru'i. State bond dull. Hallway bond In
creased demand. Stocks lei active,
L ft i M
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TJIK NAT ION A Ij AMHIMCAN
CIIKAI' T UA NS PO UT AT I ON
MNTIUJSIASTIU MKHT1NU IN
Ni:V VOltK C'lTV.
ADDltESSES HY PltI;.iINKNT
PitOCEr.DI.VO.S OF THE A M ERI
CA N MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.
CHEAP TltANHl'OHT ATtON CONVENTION,
New Youk, May 7. Tho farmers'
cheap transportation convention mot nt
"30 a. m., H. II. Ferguson of Troy, in tho
chair, y'bo commltteo on organization
reported ,Ioiah (Julncy of Itjston, for
president and II. II. Ferguson secretary
Among tbo vico prosldents aro Lewis A.
Thomas of Iowa, II. llronson of Knnsns,
A. Stannnrd of Missouri, nnd K.
AVakles of Nebraska, Tho report win ap
proved and Mr. (julncy took the chair.
xftiEt-u or mil yu.L v.
In his address to tho convention ho said ho
had spent a largo part of his llfo in build.
ing railroads, and felt very keenly thudnn
ger growing out of imtnenso railroad mo
nopolies. Ho approciatud their boncllti,
but was nwaro of thelrdangor to tho peo
ple, Tho granaries of Illinois held enough
to supply the East with food, but It de-
ponds on one or two men to say what
shall bo paid for that food whon delivered
in Eastern cities. Ho thought something
must bo dono to lako this matter
out of tho hands of n fuw
mon; it was a matter that
Interested tbo wholu country, and should
not bo controlled by a vory fuw. Tho
object of this msoclotion was to contract
tho great ovil. Tho railroads havo power
to brtbo legislatures, and will cotitinuo to
dictato tbo laws until the. people .-hall
como together nnd assort their rights.
Tho rights of railroads and sharc-holdors
aro not to bo Infringed upon, but the para
mount right of tho whole
peoplo to cheap transportation must bo as
serted and secured.
The constitution and by-laws reported
provided that tho organization shall bo
known ns tho "National American
Cheap Transportation Association,"
whoso object shall bo thu cheapening and
. --v...u..,i f ruum,i tmtimortatlon
rates throuchout lho United States, n
makes provision nlso for subordinate as
sociations in each state and regulates
minor matters for tho guidunco nnd gov
ernment of tho National und Slato As
sociations. itor.Aci: ii. hay ash otiikus.
AVhllo wnltlng for tho roport of lho
commltteo on resolution.', lloraco II. Day,
M. M, Pomoroy and others delivered
brief addresses advocating tho objects of
tho movement. Tho secretary read a let
ter trom Oov. Smith of Georgia, regret
ting his inability to bo present, and cx
preislng tbo opinion that cheap transpor
tation can only bo secured by lines of
water communication. Tho letter con-
dudes ns follows: "1 ngrco with you
that thoro is no question
boforo tho country of equal importniico
with this, nnd 1 ho.utlly second you in
jour patriotic desiro Hint neither party
tics nor sectional jealousy will bo sutlcrcd
to Intorforo with tho successful prosecution
of this grand undertaking. It would givo
mo great pleasuro to sou you nt tbo con'
ventior. nt Atlanta on thoilOth of May, no
companlod by such a delegation as thu con
vontion might direct.'
Mr. "Wilbor, chairman of lho committoo
on resolutions inndo n report. Tho reso
lutions created considerable discussion,
somo dolegtcs objecting to tlio strong lan
guage used towards railroad corporations.
Thu resolutions woro taken up section by
section, and discussed nnd adopted. Tho
following aro tho resolutions as tiinondcd
Wiibiieah, Tlio producllvo Industries of
tho United States, plantation nnd farm,
inino nnd factory, commercial nnd mercan
tile, uro not only tho source of all our na
tiinal and individual wealth, but also fo
ments on which our very national or indi
vidual oxlslonco depends, and
Wiieiieah, National product, nro fruits
of labor and capital, and a neither labor
nor capital will continue activoly em
ployed without any cquivolont measurably
Wiieueai-, Great national industries
nro only sustained and prospered by inter
change of products ot ono section of
country lor those nt anoiuor, nnu
Wiiekbai, Tlio oxisting rates of trans
portation for tlio varied products of tho
Union front ono part of tho country to
nnothor, and to foreign countries, as well
as tlio transit cost of commodities required
in exchange nro, In many instances, injur
ious, nnd to certain intorcsts nbsolutuly
destructive, mining, in part, nt least, from
an insulllciuncy of nvonucs, and
WiiEitEAf, Tho gnat national want of
to-day is rollet from present rales ol trail
sit upon American products, thorcforo
Hosolved, That It Is tho duty of tho
hour and mission of this association to ob
tain from congros and dlH'orent statu leg'
ixlaturo3 such legislation as may bo noces'
sarv to co u tnil or limit bv law, within
proper constitutional nnd legitimate limits,
rates and charges of uxisluig lines
of transportation, and incroneo whoro
practicable, tho capacity of our present
water ways, and lo add sucii now nvunuos,
bolli water and rail, ns our immoiisuiy in
creasing internal oomuierco domands, so
that UiunrodueoriTiAy bo Jointly rewarded
tor bis honest toil, nml thu consumer have
chenn product.', and our Jimitloss utpius
find foreign markets nt rate! to compctu
Willi tho world.
n,..,,iv,d. TlinL chcan transportation
both cf persons and property, being most
conducive to tltu ftoa inoveinont of tho
f peoplo nnd tho widest Intorclmngo and
consumption of tbo products of different
parts of tho Union, it Is essential to tho
wolfaro and prospc rlty of the country,
THE M EPICAL CONVENTION.
St. Lou.h, .May 7. Tlio American
Medical association Inet again this morn-
Inrj, President Logan In tho chair. Very
littlo of general intoresl occurred. Dr.
Ilrodlo extended an Invitation to tho asso
ciation to hold Its noxt sisslon at Detroit,
which was reforrod to lho proper commit,
teo. Dr. Doward of Maryland, chairman
of lho commltteo on organization, pre
sented qulto a lengthy roport, recommond-
ing various cham-o In the ori?anlza-
tlon of tho society, otc, and
providing for n moro rigid exam
ination of papers offerod for action
by tho association, and increasing lho
numbor of tho commltteo on ethics, nnd
changing somewhat tho ' functions and
powers of that commltteo. Aftor a good
deal of discussion and tho rejection of
sovoral amendments tho report was
ndoptod. A communication was read
from Dr. Gross of Philadelphia, regret
ting bis Inability to bo prosont,nd urging
tho convention to adopt tho amondmcnt to
tho constitution oll'orod by him last year,
whereby tho association would befomo a
moro scientific and a loss declamatory
body. Dr. "Woodward of "Washington
presented a letter from several surgeons
and assistant surgeons in tho United
Statos army setting forth that tho medical
stall' of tho army has not bron placed on
an equal footlnwith other stall corps of
tho army, ns rognrds rank; that thoy aro
not equal In this respect to tbo nvy and
asking tbo American medical association
to tako such action ns will In tholr judge
ment result in placing their
professional brethren In tho army on an
opial footing with thoso of tho navy, as
well as with olllcers of othor stall corps
of tho army, mid also throw open once
moro lho door for tho admission of tho
young physicians of tho country to the
ranks of tho army medical stall'.
SL'DDhX JJHATII OK CHIEF
I'KOFOUND SOUUOW KNP11KSSKD
PKKSIDKNT OH ANT AND HRNA
TOK LOGAN IN CHICAGO.
II EAT It OK CIIIEP .ll'xTICK CHASE.
New Youk, May 7. Tho death of
Chief .iuitlco Chaso lias caused gcnornl
grief turoucitoui ti av. ii. ...
tlio City hnll and nllprincipal newspaper
olllccs and mnny privato buildings aro
displayed nt half-mast. Tho chief justico
came on hero on Saturday ovoning
to visit Mrs. W. S. Hoyt, his dnughtor.
Ho was in unusually good health nnd
spirit?, and th'.j favorablo state of things
continued, but yostorday morning at ton
o'clock a sorvant sent to call
him to breakfast, on ontoring hU
rjom found Jlr. G'imsu lying in it
statu of nnconsclotisnoss. His daughter
was immediately suinmonod, nnd ser
vants wero dispatched for medical all.
When pbysclans arrived unconciousness
was found to havo resulted from a Tccur
ronco of paralysis, of which ho has IikiI
several strokes. All ollorts to roliovo him
provod tinnvnillng, and it was ovldont
thnt his vatality was obblng
away. Gov. Sprmigo and his
wife, daughter of .ludgo Chnio, woro sum
moned, and arrived in tho city last oven
lug. Ills two daughters romalned by bis
bod-sldo till 10:31) this morning, when ho
broathed his last. Ho romalned totally
unconscious from tho tlmo his condition
was discovered until tho end. Tho news
of tho death of tlio chief jtutico was not
rcceivod in tbo United Statos
ODtirt buildings until noar tlmo
of ndjournlng tho United States circuit
and district courts, nnd as tha truth of tho
report was not considered nbsolutuly cor-
tain, no motion was inndo to adjourn
oitlier court, it boing duemod expedient to
postpono milking such a motion until tho
roport was contlrmod.
OIl.VNT AND UXJAN.
Ciui'Auo, May 7. At noon to-day
President Grant, accoinpanlod by Sonato
Lognn, Mayor Modlll, and n numbor of
othor distinguished gontlomon, visitod tho
Hoard of Trade rooms, and was introduced
to tho assembled merchants by President
Culvor of tho Hoard. Tho prosidont was
greeted with a hourly round or cheors.
HOW WE AUK llKi'UESENTKIl.
London, May 7. A correspondent to
thu Daily Nows, in it loiter to that jour
nal, ridicules tho American department of
thu exhibition, and gives tho following ns
a corroct list of articles to bo soon in tho
section assigned to tho Unltod Statos:
"Two cases of Colt's firo-arms, throe bin
uacloi, ono stufl'od eagle, two salt collars, a
dentist's chair nud six bottles of wator
takon from tlio Mississippi." Tho explan
ation of this moagro display Is found in
tho former niiiuimnagouiont of tho Ameri
can soction, and It is confidently hoped
now that now coromauders nud exhibitors
havo gono activoly to work to repair tbo
ovll otl'ects, and that goods from Amorlca
will bo spoodily unpackod, and oxhibitors
from Hint country coma up to tho stan
dard of uxpectation.
Wasiiinuton, Sluy 7. Probabilities
For Gulf and South Atlantic Statos and
Teimensee, partly cloudy and clouring
weather, with southerly winds veering U
uoi'.tUiYcuterly and worthwcbtcrly. For the
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Northwest and thenco to Kansas and Mis
souri, cloudy weather and rain, possibly
clearing Thur.-ilayafternoon, wllhnorthesit
erly and northwesterly winds. For Ltks
licglon and thenco to Ohio Valley, north-
eatarly and southerly wind nnd cloudy snd
rainy weather. For Canada and Now Eni-
laml, Incrca'ltig cloudiness, diminishing-
prcurc and occ.iIonal rain. For Middle
State?, generally cloudy and rainy weather,
falling barometer nnd higher temperature.
Cautionary Mgnal contlliuo at Chicago,
Milwaukee, Grand Haven, -Detroit, Toledo
and Cleveland, and' ordered for Buffalo,
ltoehetor, Oswego and Dlllilth.
IUkc iiiiiI full or lho Blvtra
For 21 hour- ending 3 p. m., May 7,1373.
(ill i ltv
DAVID W. IIAltNKTT.
Obcrvor Big. Ser. U. S. A,
Pirrxiiriui, May 7. Htvcr falling rapidly;
!l feel 0 liK-hci water in channel, ltaln hu
fallen steadily during the nay; clear this eve
ning. ro departure". ..rnveu: ctcrau
No 2, Halite and Koter.
Nashville, May 7. I'.ivor falling rap
Id'y; 15 foot on Harpeth shats. Arrived:
Liberty, from Ohio river. Dopartwl
Liberty, for Ohio rivor: Tyrone Cairo.
I.olisvii.i.k, May 7. Jtison 6 inches
and rising: 11 feet largo canal, 'J foot cbuta
and 7 leet ovor rocks. Arrived: Camollt.
C U Church, Arlington, John Dlppold,
Kanawha. Departed: Catnclia, Church
Arlington. Dlppold. Kanawha, Ironton.
New Oiilean:1, Mny 7. Arjivcd:
Hichmond. Commonwealth, St. Louis. De-
rartcd: It K Leo, I.ouisvillo; Great
nub c. St. Louis. Weather cloar anal
Cincinnati, May 7. 1'Ivor rising witUl
32 feet In channel, departed: cnnrmer.l
Kvansvlllej Honry Probnsco and City ofl
Cairo, Memphis. Kained all day.
LirTLK Hook. Mny 7. Cloar and falr.l
Ulsing, HJ foot in tlio channel, jjepariea:
AVont Wind. Now Orloans.
St. Loli. May 7. Arrivfd: Bella ofl
.Shrnrennrt. Kock Island. Johnson, Mus
catine. Dopartcd: Minneapolis, Jt. John,!
Jlciionnld, Hoe, uranu jowor, uouniouj
KrUndshln. AHeo. Now lloiton. wising
fclnwlv. ltaln iinarlv all dav.
.mi!mi bi, vitty i. ,vftUir ionorvl
Hlvor roso 7 Inches. Arrived: J 1J Maudl
New Orleans. Departed: City of Alton!
Kmma Elliott, St Louis; Nick Longwortbl
Andy Ibtum, Cincinnati; Cbas iiodmanni
Kow Urlenti6- I
Vipk.-iiiuiio, Mny 7. Down. Kollogd
and bariros. Un: Goori:a 0 Wolff and
Julia. Steamer John Kvlo struck a stumi1
under watar. at llrunswick, A point 31
irllna nliovn hero, ntslr o clock this morr
nml Mint in ten feet of water. Th
steamer Ashland saved hor deck frolghl
w It loh is but littlo (iamacad. 1 08 Dos
lavs straight and can bo raised. Hlvd
stationary. Weather clonr and warm.
MEMi'ius, May 7. Cotton dull an
lower: uood ordinary 15c; low mlddllJ
17c. Flour nuiot und unchanged. Col
scarce and linn; G0G2o in atoro. OJ
srnrco and firm HCi)4So. Hay nuiot
S18(V)26. Corn moal scarce at $2 002(J
Pork dull and drooping at $iu ou. L.
nulet nnd unchanited. Hacon dull al
shado lower; shoulders 81SJc; sides
Sr. Louis, May 7. Flour quiet; iu
$lfa)l-75; NXX C0C GO; fancy 6 71
7. WhQtttdull; No 2 spring $1 24l J
No 12 red fall $1 7&Qii t;orn
changed: No 2 mixed b8c; NO 2 Wt
i!0e. Oats atoadv: No 2 mixdd 34f3l3J
llnrloy scarce: No 'J S5(tj90c; choice $1
llo. Hvoeas or: ro a owaiuuio. rii
nii..r,nl ut S18 round lol. Dry
vory littlo ollerlng salo of loose clear sj
Vie. liacon woas iu "-'
8o; clear rib 10 jc; country shoulders Oil
clear sides i'yju.
round lots nominal stock; city pri
Di,,, li,.hi nd hold out of market;
,nr .tnmil held at 80. OoflOO dull
.....bun,.,.,! nt 'Hfa2le. llo In small '
i,i,.i,nr- l.nirulniiii sui?ar bold, firmlj
oriole. AVhlakoy llrmhliher and q
at l Go5 00.
OuiuAQO. May 7. Flour quiet and
changed. Wheat oxcltod anU pi
hlehor, No V spring, dull anu nom
No 2 sold nt $1 20JO1 S7J cash; ob
$1 27; May ciosod $i iojj iso j si
1 17J. Uorn aciivo uuu mguvr, a-i,.K-,id
-105o soot or May. Oats actifi
i,i,.i,nr. No 'i 33lo soot or June.
and firm. No 12 COffiCOJc. Bl
l Mr ilnmnnd nnd nril . ao a mil to
tr tn location. Pork steady:
jaiinr Mar; 17Jc sollor Juno. Lai
.1 anil (lrm ftt ') 15.
moats quiet nnd unchangod; bacon dl
sales. wuisKoy .v.
New Youk, May 7. Flour qulatl
,,nM,nied. wh skev firmer, J0
hicrhon otl'urinL'S moderator
t M tvnn If on In toro i C7: amber we
cm m ltin nuiot: wostorn 07, Bl
firmer, moderate den
i i .,li,n mimid in store 67c; new
aUO'fiOc; yellow western C81l
idi-lier and In fair demana
mixed Vestorn 60fl67c: white "Wl
r,er.le. black "Western 46flu&Oe.
strong; Hio 17J19C Sugar quietl
refining 7I(2,8Jc Molasses easier. I
dull and boavy; now mesa 18 25l
itn.if dull and uncbaniroil. Lard dul
heavy; AVestorn stoam 950; kettle!
NEW UHLKAHis suuy i. riuur
'X S7 25: cood XXX S7 60; choIcJ
$7 7I50. Corn quiet; mixed C6c;l
and VOllOW OUfAOTC. uai 1S1
Jlran dull at 7Be. Uay dull; prima
20; cholco $28. rork aun ana i
$18 76; dry salt meats scare al
at UJ16c. Lard.qulet, reflned in!
m.. l.. intMOJn Rncir dull: COJ
OjfTiJOJc; good common 71c; geod Tl
maic: Jioiaisos HuimuK-v...,. ..
dull; western rectified 8tc; Loa ill
Cincinnati PS, uoueo Jijujivic.
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