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TJlli OAtKO DALLY JJULL1ST1JV, THURSDAY, .NOVEMBER 27, 1878.
MMil Paper of thaGllj nnd r-onniy.
JOHN n. OMCHLY. Kditor and l'ubllshoj
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Six Months i To
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Inrariabljr In advance.
BNHllai mnllrr on riery pngr.
Madaue Farquk, n colored woman, li
lecturing on llaytl at Loulsrllto. Tlio
madame li callod "tbo oloquont," locauio
of her groat powers of languago and ex
pression. A. H. STEniKi'.", vlce-prosidont of what
wai tbo Southern confederacy, and now
tnembor of congress from tho Kighth dis
trict of Ooorgla, advocates a war with
Spain and tbo acquisition of Cuba, llo
Ullercs that notion tbanflfty resolutions
on the Cuba and financial questions will
be offered In tbo borne on tba first day of
" Jcdoi Croziiii, having been appointed
by tbo governor of Kansas, to tho coat
roado vacant in tbo sonato of tbo United
Statu by tho expulsion therefrom or
rathor forced resignation of Caldwoll,
the corruptionist, tbo outcry is raised
that Crotier was n confident of Catdwoll,
is at guilty of corruption, and unfit to to
a member of congress.
Tna 'Stato Journal' says this paper has
no doubt whatever tbat,tbe present cornpli
cation will result In war with Spain. Wo
aid that appearances led us to beliovo that
there would be war, but wo liaro not at
any time, and aro not now, sum that tho
threatened war will come. "We have
hoped and ttill hopo, the difficulties may
be settled in peaca and in a manner soils
factory to our national honor nnd not do
aUuctiroof tbe republic of Spain. That
den. brant desires war wo do not doutt,
and that tho Republican party would reap
great advantago from a conllict at arms,
wo have overy reason to beliur. but
thore aro considerations that may induco
tbe administration to adopt a pacific pol
icy, and even lead it into a aacritlco of
the dignity of tho American poopio.
TUB Italian parliament has adopted, by
a unanimous roto, n resolution rccon.
msndingthe insortion of tbo principlo of
arbitration in all tuturo treaties between
Italy and foreign powori. This is a wiso
resolution, suggested by tho issuo of tbo
Geneva arbitration. Our govornmont is
cnlitlod to tho credit of tho inauguration
uf this method of settling; disputes bo
twecn nations a method which, lot it
prayerfully bo hopod by all bumano poopio,
may bocomo goneral among all nations of
the world. Its adoption will avert wars,
and do mora than anything boshJos to in
augurato tbo thousand years of peaco.
Just at this moment our own government
ii considering the ad visibility of discard
ing its own plan for tho settlement of dif
Acuities with other nations. It has u mis
understanding with a weak nation, itnd
may bo lod, cither by its own rashnon or
the itubbornncss of Spain, todiscArd ar
bitration and again tako up tho swuri.
Tiierk is no man in Southern lllinoU
better deserving tho honor of having his
namo on a locomotivo than tho sago of
lipe water. Uberly roprosonts tho pro
gressive clement in politics, as tho loco
motive does in mechanics, and will worth
ily fill any plica to which ho aspires, ovon
a seat in congress. State ltegistor.
Wo blush as wo publish notices llho tho
above, and aro inclined to tho belief that
wo should rctiro from tho editorship and
put our friend Judgo Greon or Judge
Allen in our place to publish such notices
for us. We know oithor of thoio gentlo
icon would do so with ploasuro. llo
would romomber how, when tho oJilon
throughout tho country named him for
the several offices within tbo gift of tho
poopio of tho slate, wo novor fulled to pro
duce tbe "notice'' in these columns for thu
edification of our reader., who were al
ways, as a matter of coursn, his friends ,
and remembering this, he would return
the compliment. This would savo our
blushes, and would dolight cither of the
judges, which is a consideration that Ims
almost inducod us to rotiro from the
ilOBi IIaurkll says in his Us', (it
"We happen to know that soruo of "thu
uiu uujs woo run mo maenino' aro vorv
kindly disposed, and would lnd Mr.
Oberly, In the event of his candidacy, an
earnost and effoctivo support. They
know (and during tho canvass everybody
else would And out) that ho (Oberly) it
devilish good fellow one of tho but
lumpers in the state, and that ho stand,
about square on thi prominent ques
tions that will bo put in mun
next election. A f.iw "kinks'
straightened in bis Democracy and r1t.
Is tbo Democrat that will not semi his
castor sky-craping for John 11. Uberly?
oucn jtepuoitcans as do not autniro him
fear him ; and, when it comes to Orsn-
ferism, no hand in Kgypt is hornier; no
eai fuller of hay-seod. Tho truth is the
way is almost clear, and if Oborly don't
walkover it to a seat In Cdiutms. u
shall always think that, liko Capt. Ham
bleton's grandfather, "ho lost a splendid
Tbo unklndest cut in the ahovo is the
reference to the kinks in our Democracy
which Is of the best articlo In this
part of the political vineyard. AVe
knew.'no variableness or shadow of turning
la our devotion to tbo principles of Dsm
ocracy as defined by tbe Fathers of the
republic; but we will not be dragged, in
tba naas of tbe Damocratlc party, into
the) advocacy of political issues long since
dead, and we do, whatever the " old boys "
may think of it, believe tbat tbe war cre
ated new conditions In American society
ver party is bound to recognize; and
we bar laid, and do say now, tbat tbe
Deaaocratla parly, as a national organiz
atl, as) 14 ! 1608 and up; to thepresent
moment slnco thai tlmo, cannot ind ought
not succeed. It must, rcognlr.o tbo inovl
lablo; It mutt.ns Oov. Homlrlcks oppress
es it, llbcralizo itself; It
must bo willing to join hands with the
representatives of olhor shades of polit
ical differences In this country, to crush
out corruption and monopoly. To do this
it must send away tho old Icadors who aro
tainted, nnd Imitalo tho examplo of tho
Democrats of Wisconsin, lown and Kan
sas. Wo war against Hadlcftl misrulo
and corruption, nnd in tho battlo wo caro
not what namo is inscribed upon tho ban
nor that floats nbovo us, If tho moil who
fight In tho ranks with us doslro tho
Mtno results and tbo men who
command us aro not traitors to
the cause. But our position on tho polit
ical questions of tho dny makes no dilTer
enco Insofar as tho suggestion that we
might bo a candidato for congress is con
corned. Wo have not thought of such a
candidacy, and would not yield our opin
ions in roforenco to political Issues to so
cure a soat In tho sonato. Our Domocracy
Is satisfactory to ourself; it is, wo are
convinced, tbat of tho majority of tho
party,no matter what tho lenders may
say, and we don't care who believes it is
too kinky to be available. Thoro nro
many nnlMSopublicans in this district,
from among whom n much stronger candi
dato than wu would ho can ho selcctod.
Judgo Crawford would swoop thu platter
clean, llo would, ns we would not, have
the hearty support of all tho influential
Democratic losders. Tboy would lurr
over cvory stono to got him
into congress, not becnum ttiey
would Hko to see him in congreis
but bocauso they would Hko to got him oil'
the bench. And thoro is Mr. llartzsll of
Kandolph county, who would also bo nn
available candidate. His friends bavo
bean anxious to have blm occupy a seat
in congress, and during tbo last canvass
in this district ho dovoloped a groat deal
of strength in his own party. If Judgo
Crawford will not consent to lonvo the
hinch, tho prominent Democrats of Cairo
who do not dctiro tbo nomination, will
profor Mr. liarUell to any other porson,
not bocauso tboy boliove Mr. llartzoll
would bo a very strong candidate, hut
bocAtlso. And wo havo Judgo Allen,
Judgo Orton and .Mr. Whoolor, oithor of
whom might bo induced to bocomo a can
didato. Hosides thoso monlionod thoro
aro other gentleman of ability who might
bo selected to defeat Lltllo Ike; but we
aro out of tho ring.
NOTED PUOPIIEOV OF JESUS
CIIJIIST IN i'ULFIIil.MENT.
"Jerusalcin fball ho trodden dawn of the
Ucntilm until the times of thu Gentile l.e
rultitlud." l.uke, chanter verse 21.
Upwards of 1,800 years ago thh
vory significant, Jangungo was ut
tered by tbo adorablo and adored Christ.
Is it true or folso? Let us too:
1. What is monnt by Jerusalem being
troddon down by tho Gentiles ? Cor-
talnly its conquest by tho Romans under
command of Titus tho Human ccnor&i
and emperor; from thut tlmo It has ro
mainod in tho hands of tho (ientllcs up to
2, What aro wo to understand to bo
tho moaning of tho lattor rlaiuo of tbo
prophecy "until tho times of tho Oontilcs
bo fulfilled 7" Tho preaching of tho gos
pel to nil nations must tako place beforo
tho downtrodden condition of tho Jews
will end and novor boforn. Itopentanco
and remission of sins should bo preached
in His namo (Christ) among nil nations,
bozinninc t Jerusalem. Eukc, chniitor
2i, verso -17. Tho above is what I under
stand to bo tho unvarnished moaning of
tho prophecy with minor considerations
which might be given. It will bo neces
sary hero to lay that Jorusalom was cap
tured by tho Romans in tho seventieth
yar ot tiu Christian era and forty years
after the ascension of Christ.
3. Mas thoro been any opposition upon
tin part of human ngoncy to prevent tho
fulfillment of this prophecy 7 It will bo
rotnemborcd that Julian, tho apostato,
(called so bocauso ho backslid from tho
Christain religion) n Roman nmporiorwho
atcended tho throno ol his imperial great
ncss in tho year of tho Christian era SC.
K vory effort was put forth by him nnd his
unworthy followers to rondor this proph
ecy a fnlshood by attempting to rebuild
Jerusalam, tbo temple, nnd to reinstate tbo
Jows in their once hnnorablo and anclont
city, llo gave tho work into tho hands of
Alypius with Immense sums of money to
superintend and hasten thu work. Aly
plus set about it in the most
vigorous sonso. Materials of ovory
kind wcro provided at tho cmpo
ror's cxpenre. So groat was tho nntbusj.
aim of tin Israelites lint their women
took part in tho work anil in th laps of
their garmonls carried off tho earth which
covered the ruins of tho old temple.
'i Did the imperial groatness of
Koine succeed In subverting thu truth und
fulfillment of this prophecy? Llow linpo
tant are the gicntost things of earth, when
in inad.blindneis they butt up against tho
xruth of thu great (J0J. Sudden earth
quakes and terrible whirlwinds swept tho
workmen away Hko chat!, and horriblo
balls of firo bursting forth from tho uround
rendered tho place inaccessible to tho li-
borers , their tools were consumed by the
names anil numbers of thorn wore des
. Mlial evidence bava we for nil this
outsido of tho ssyings ef Jesus 7 We
havo in the first place, tho testimony nf
me menus or. Julian anil the enemies of
Christianity. Ammianus Marcellinus
me iriena ana companion-ln.arms of
tho omporor, says It was slopped by u
psrnutural roitilln. Zoruch Davis, a Jow
confemd thut Julian was dlvlnltus im
peditus hindorod by (lod. A mom? tho
friends of Christ, who state the truth nf
this matNr, nro St. Ainbrosoand ltuilinus
who lived and flourished at tin vory tlmo
wtion tliis transpired. Many moro on
now sides migbt be given. Slnco that
tlmo no Jew has nver triod to rebuild or
occupy Jerusalem in tbo sonso of Julian
and his purpose, Tho application corats
to this: 1st Christ Is u true prophet. 3d
fho prophecy has ben completely ful
Wlcd for inoro than 1800 years. 3rd Its
completion will ha porfoctcd whan the
" times of tho Oontllcs shall bo fulfilled."
So tho prophecy will bo sustained nnd
Christ and tho lliblo, will bo eternally
honored, In splto of all tho Ashdod lan
guages than enn bo brought ngainst tho
Moral) City-, Ills., Nov. '11, 187.1.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
thi:asi:hi:r spinner in had
KESIONATION 01' JOHN S. HKLANO.
COMPTUOI.EU (JitEEN OF NEW YOK
(JIXS AN INl'EltNAI. MACHINE.
III.O0DY AT I'll AY IN MISSOURI.
IRVIXIi, THU SEMMJONSTITUTEII
NATHAN MEKOEKEIt, lNCOt'KT.
(JIUI0N, CLINTON AND SPKINC
I I EM) H.VII.HOAH.
DICISION OP JUIHIK TIPTON 01'
'I HE M M AN CIRCUIT tOUUT.
11ES10SAT1ON AND AITOINTMUNT.
Wahiilnotom, Novombor IN), Charles
T. Sherman, United States district judgo
for tho northern district of Ohio, lias ro
signed, to tako tllect tiio tlret of Decem
ber, and .Martin Wall.er, formerly mem
ber of congrci.', has been appointed.
has been In bad hoalth for tomo tlmo nnd
is not ablo to attend to otllcial duties. He
eulfers much from low malarial faver and
has had several chill laloly. Thu treas
ury was closed nt noon to-dy nnd in other
departments Lmr-itioiS was practically siu
pendod at Unit liuur.
JOHN h IiKI.ANO,
chief clerk of tho Interior department,
resigned to-tlay, on account of ill-heulth.
Thii was not unexpected. During tho
past year Mr. Delano mndo brief visits
to tho south and Minnesota, but it is found
necessary, In order to obtain permanent
re lor, to rctiro itltogotiier irmn oluclal
Orders havo been given to recruit tho
mariuo corps up to the full standard pro
vided by law. It is rumored in nnvul
circles that Admiral l'orlor will command
tho West Judisn tquadron, but thoro is
no oHicial knowledge of this matter.
As it is not customary for tho irovern-
nient to publicly mako known, uiileda by
compoteut authority, tho progress of ne
gotiations. It can therefore bo trnld that
tho statements regarding an alleged agree
ment between Spaiu and thu United
States is premature. It is known that
our govenment Mas protested to mat or
Spain against tho seizure of tho Virgin-
us, wutlo tho HvIiil' Amorican Hair und
summary executions of n number uf per
tons cuplurud, iieVwlVbslttiidinj; Dm cllurU
of tho vice consul to secure u delay, In
order that our govorumont mlglit bo Heard
from luforo judgment hould bu pro
nounced. Tho conduct of tho Spaniiili
man of war and that of tbo Sand
iago do Cub boing contrary not
only to international law but ngainst tho
tho laws which should exist among civil
ized and friendly natiuKS. Thu stay ot
further executions nt Santiago do Cuba by
order of Castolar government plncod
tho ci30 in it condition for settlement.
This Kovornmcnt lias already shown to tho
Spaninh government or assumed that the
VirKinius hnvini; a United States register
and carrvini: a United Stales ling was
irima facia ovidenco of its being nn
American va'tol, at least this chartor
was attached to her at tho tlmo of colzuro,
thoy flrn in absonco of proof that own
ership of tbo vessel resided in Bomu for
e L'n nort wns tuiliciont to protoct thu Ahk
tlio carried, xno npanuu (;ovrriiiiioiiv
has been oll'urnd an opportunity to maku
propor oplunalloiu in regard lo mere
points io justify mo pomiuc; or inosonci
inc under its authority Thu nationality
of tho vcs'cl boing settled tlio remaining
points will bo comparatively easy
solved. Thoio include the national!!
nf tho captive'. If it should bu dolor
mlnod that tho Virginlus was nn Ameri
can vessel in tbo noruo that it hhiolded
lior from cupturo, iter surrondor would
follow as a mutter of course, and tho
firing of a laluto to our ling whuld not bo
a siveru draft on tho Spanish iHg. A de
mand for tho turviving passen'gors and
crow for tlio boneflt of the families slain
at Santiago do Cuba would dopond on
oantingeiicies nnd on facts of thu entiro
question. It such domand wns made, it
would not certainly include families of
tlioso of other nationalities tlisn our own.
Spain has beforo now delivered captives of
Amuricun vessels through tho interven
tion of tho United States govern
ment. Our government has for tunny
yoars been engaged In procuring thu ro
leaso from timo to timo of American citi
zens, unjustly imprisoned or deprived of
their property on tlio island of Cut a,
while insisting upon retpnet to tho United
States fine, nnd right to navigate the
ureal highways of nations. Without tho
oxurcisn of search of other molestation in
repeated cafes, indemnity has been claimed
for tho families of those cruelly nnd un
justifiably put to death. Enter casus of
tills hind tielng liiosu oi rtpcaxman and
Wyort, who several years ngo weio oxc
cutd at Santiago do Cuba. Thoro is, as
yet, no such condition of affairs ns will
ntitlinrb.') tho statement that tho ei n.
elusion has been reached
piscine boynnd doubt tho surrondor
of tlio Vlririnlus. For wlmlovor agreement
Admiral I'olft may have made with Secre
tary Fish, will depend, fur ratification on
the Spanish cabinet, who, as expressed by
several gentlemen in high public posi
tions, will consider tho elleet of this
action with painful appreciation of the
political nnd military ornbnrrnss monts with
which they have to deal nt home, irrespec
tive of tho condition of affairs in Cuba,
from Nt'tv York,
Nkw Vouk, November 20.--Ilrown
llros. has obtained mi order in the United
Slates district court, empowuriug thorn to
sell 2,000 shore, in thu Eako Shore rail
road, held by them as security for $200, HOtl
loaned lo Dodge, Orinnel V Co.
An iiifsrnal machine, filled with
powder, bull and luelfer iimleher, was
tent to Comptroller (Ireen by mall to
day, Thu Inside of thu box was covered
with glazod paper, nnd the edges ii round
wore lovored with postage stamps, on
tearing off tho paper it was seen the box
opened likou drawer. This together with
tho fact that tho address on tho hot wns
mndo up of letters cut from u nwspaper
or tomu printed document, created sus
picion. A hole was out cautiously in tbo
top and tho contonU then dlscoverod, lu
tho back part of tho drawer, were
vrranged rows of matches, over which
was a strip of sandpaper ngninst which
tlio matches would rub in drawing out tho
I'l.RADUP NOT OUII.TV.
John T. Irving, tho solf accused mur
dered of Mr. Nnlhnti, ploaded not guilty
to tho indictment charging htm with bur
gnrly nt tho pawn shops in Howory, and
stealing two hundred thousand dollars
svorlh of property.
A member of tho firm of TnlUny A: Co.,
roports that thoy havo been robbed by a
salesman of n largo quantity of valuablo
diamonds. Up till noon tho police had
in ado but Jlttlo progress in the cs-o.
OniCAoo, Novomhcr 16. Judgo Tij
toti, of tho MuEoan county circuit court,
rendered a decision yesterday In tho cuso
brought ngainst tho directors of tlio 01'
man, Clinton and Springfield railroad,
charging them with gross mlsmanagomont
of tho company's allalrs. and praying for
tho nppolnmcnt of rcceirois. It'nppenrs
from tho e vhlonco ns suinod up by tho
Judge that tho actual cost of constructing
and equipping thu road wnt about a mil
lion and a hair, A'lillo tho
Mor.OAH IM1T.1VEUE.M COMI'AXT
rotelvod for rendering this sorvlco about
four millions. Tho Morgan Improve
ment company was Incsrporatod In Penn
sylvania, May 0,1870, nnd so far us tho
evidence in this caio discloses, It was or
ganixed for tho solo purposo of conttruc
ting this road. It had n cnpitul of half
a million divided in ton sharos of o0,000
eaoh. Fourteen days after its Incorpora
tion it entered into a contract with tlio
an.M,i.v, clinton .ii erni.vomjLP it. .
The directors and tho presiJcnt of tho
rood, who had boen principally concerned
in letting tho contract to tho Improvement
company, aro shown to have boon let Into
its enormous profits for a mores nominal
consideration. It is also alleged against
the road officers thut tliny made n ruinous
contract for tho road with tho
HAr.ct.Ar coai. cojirA.w,
of which thoy owned a threo qurter Inter
est; that they uiudu an unlawlul lenso of
tbo road to the Pennsylvania compnny,
and thnl In other respects they were guilty
uf n breach of trust of tbo court; recapit
ulations of thu grievances nnd discusses
at length tho English nnd American law
concerning the circumstances undor which
tho trust property will bo taken out of tho
handiiof tho trustees who nro mismanaging
and fraudulently applying tho trust funds.
The modern doctrine nnd theory of Illin
ois law, is that railroads nro public high
ways, creatod by tho soveroign power of
tho state, and thut tho corporation is au
thorized through its board of directors to
construct, equip ami oporato tho samo as
long as such directors shall remain truo
to tho trust conferred upon iliom by law;
thntthty nro so far public corporations,
and that at thu timo of tbo con
struction of this road, and at tho adoption
of tho presont constitution of Illinois
In May, tho proporty could by rt vote of
tho county, town or city not only bo con
verted into tho capital stock of the rail
road, against my will, but by a like voto I
could bu compelled to donate my property
to tlio capital stock of a railroad com
pany and tbat tin proporty of tho corpo
ration is a trust fund in tin hands of tho
board of dirictors Townships that havo
bocomo parties to th h proceeding did not
donato their bonds voted to tho company,
but on tlio contrary, subscribed to its cap
ital stock for which thoy i.-suod their
bonds,dollar for dollnr.nnd no moro roason
is shown by this ptoof why tho capital
BM'C OS lull rMlroud com.ny
worth par value of tho cost of
constructing and equipping tlio road did
not cost to excocl f I, COO,00?, nud tho
road has paid tho running oxponses and
interest on $-',000,000 sinco its completion.
With tho bonds voted along the lino and
a loan of $1,000,000 upon that road, which
ought to and would havo constructed and
equipped tlio road ir tlio stock should bo
worth par to-day. I assumo this fact upon
tho ovidonoo in this record that tho Penn
sylvania company could oporato, paying
interest on tbo tvJ.000,000 flrit mortgage
bonds and tho current expenses of the
road, nnd leuvo n nirplus to apply in tho
51.000,000 Incntno lamds intended to bo
issued in lieu of tho $1,000,000 socond
mortgage bonds, now in tho hands of
Thomas A. Scott. .If.ljtMs truo that the
stock of thi railroaouompany ought
to bo worth dollar for dollar, wo
aro led to inquire whothcr it is proper to
so manage sucu a trust company's proporty
that thu stock should become substantially
worthless and incumbered with three mil
lions of debt. Tho
do not show tho cost of equipment nor do
tlio Uotendents deny tno prnor or tlio com
plaints ns to tho cost. Anothor thing
which is npparont from tho proofs is thut
tbo board ot directors nro controllod bv
tho Morgan Improvement compiny. Tho
court tlion proceed to uiiiuss
OTI1KU l'OIN18 or LAW
in tho caso nnd to cito authority which
lead to tho conclusion that relief prayed
in tliis caso should bo granted, concluding
ns fallows :
Tho court Is of tho opinion that under
tho circumstances of this cum it Is propor
to appoint rccelvors to tako charge or nnd
mnnngu said road until it can bo nscor-
tallied who its legitimate stockholders nro
and to whom tbe custody und manage
mont of said road is to bo committed.
LIEUT. gKN. SIIKIUIIAX
loft for Washington last night by tho 10
o'clock train. It is understood bo goes in
obedience to ofilcial summons to confer
in regard to military aflairs, in caso of
war with Hpaln, Uen. Hhoridun would
havo tho chief command in tho field.
A very heavy snow storm occurrod
lioro tins morning, witti tno wind mowing
from tho southeast.
Fiom .St. Louis,
St. Eouts, November '20. J. P. Dunn
and n young man named Clark, callod at
tho house of a, farmer named Mor:er,
about bivon miles from J.oxinglon, -Mis
souri. on .Monday evening, ami com
menced insulting thu ladies of tho house.
Mercer and his son in-law remonstrated
and wero assaulted and badly beaten
.Mercer nnd bis son-in-law obtained pot'
session of a shot gun and musket and II rod
upon the assailants. Clark was killed
almost instantly and Dunn died during
tho night. Tho coroner's jury rendered a
verdict or justtllablo homicide.
Tho heavy livestock firm.
j. rt. iiu.STin co ,
of Kansas City,' fulled on Monday for
From Hiirlliigtoii, lovru.
1IOII.KH IXl'LOHION K I I.I.KII.
HuKi.iNOTON,Novomber 20. At Cook's
shingle null in this city, this inorning.the
boiler oxpludod andklllod Henry Proust,
ono of tho hands and injuring seven or
eight nthors, two or three seriously, but it
ii thought not lataliy. iwcnaru .uippen
cott. one of tlio proprietors of tbo mill
was knocked down, bruisod and scalded,
but was ablis to assist In rescuing ntberr.
The explosion svas caused by a lack of
water in tho boilor. Ono man was blown
fitly feot through an opening In the mill
on to a idle of los, another was blown
still further. .
From Col n in h us.
AN "KCjUAt, RIUIITh" A) K A I II.
Col.UMltla, Novombor 20. Thorn Is a
controversy going on horo as to whether
colored persons shall booxctudod from tho
patquuttu nnd dress clrelo of tho Atliy
ncuiii. Sovural nights ago Richard Por
ter, n nc-gro, presented himself and girl
to tho door-koeper of tlu Athenoiim, with
two tickets for reserve! seats in thu par
quatta. Tho door-keeper stopped him, and
going to tho box ollico, exchanged tho
tirkots for ono dollar nnd n half, tho price
pnld for them. Porter rcfusod tho inujiey
and loft In no happy frame of mind.
Ycitorday ho mot thu'door-keoper on thu
slreot, nnd after declaring hu had Intuited'
him in rofusing bis ticket, knocked him
HEAT II IM TIIUIIIII.Y.
For this Portor was lined f 14, Mnnsgor
Saront declares that tho admission of
colored peoplo to tho parquotlo of his
thentro will Injtirohis business, nnd this
being tho cuso hu has a porfect right to ex
clude nny person or class of persons. Mr.
Sargent has surcoedod in building up a
splendid business for tho Athoneiim, and
his patrons regrot that any quostion of
this character has nrisen.
TUB NAW TAIIUS.
1Ihooi:i.t.v, Novombor 20. Secretary
Eobciou and tho United States naval con
structor visited tho navy yard this Inorn
Ing. Tho work is being urgod forward
rapidly. Ono hundred moro mon wero
added to tho force this morning. All
hands will bo kept at work on Thanks
Omaha, Novombor SC. Mr. II. Kinney,
a lawyer, woll-known in this stato, fell,
this morning from tho third story of tho
Grand Central hotel to .tho first floor, in
juring himself sovcroly.
Thore was a terrific wind storm horo to
day. Hognn has n benefit horo to-night.
itiN ntsJ rnii or in itivr.n.i
For SI hours ending 3 p.m., Nov. I!'.', 1873
8TAT10NH. t XVS,t3T. ) j Rise. .Fall.
Itrowivlllo 14, -
tiritnswlck 10 a 4
Cairo 7 I 0' 4
Cincinnati 12 fJ u 'J
Davenport I u !I
t'oiilliienc ii 0 '1
Kvanvllle 0 0 O 0
Kelt Ronton I
llcitnann 0 7i,
.JcUeri-uii City t '!!,
h'aiicu City I III 0
Keokuk lb. 0 1
Leavenworth o U 1
Mttlultock 1 &, 5
Louisville 0 0.
Marietta 7 '-',
MemplilH :l 11 4
Xutlnillo 7 4; 0 2
New Geneva 0 0
New Orleans lis 1U, 0 4
Oil City I 2
Omaha 2 2; D
Padllcah & 4j 0
l'lttl-hlirg & 4 o 6
Shreveport 0 31 3
St. Joseph j
HU Loliii 10 0 1
St. Paul 2 4
Vicksburg OH, 1 7
w-.. It I t
Yankton 3 ill i
'Surface of water bclosv licncn mark.
Obsoner Ms. ber. U. H. J
PlTTSliuuo, November 2C Uivor fall
ing slowly with 14 feet in tho channel this
Vickmiuho, November 25. No boats
down. Up: Kutio and City Vicksburg.
Weather clear nnd pleasant.
Evansvii.lk, Novombor 2C Uivor
risen 1!1 inches. Up: Uen Franklin, y
p.m.; Ueo. Hoberte, 0 n m.; Louisville, 2
p.m. Down ; Shannon, 10 p.m.; Ilelllo
Gilbert 13 m.; Mary Anient, 1 p.m.; Grey
Eaglo, 3; Idlewild, ft.
Cl.sciNNATT, Novcmbor 20 Hivor 17
feot 0 inches and fulling. Arrived : Ji.
W Skillingor, Pittsburg; Charmer. Evans
vllle. Dopartod Delia No 2, Jsew Oi"
leans; Excbango, JNttsburgi Charmer,
Eouisvillc; Andy llaum. Memphis; li S
Turner, Now Orloans. Tho Itovor panod
from St. Louis to Pitlsburk.
PiTTsnuna, Novombor lie Al'orionga
boht falling with I I feot & inches. No ar
rivals. Dopartcd for Cincinnati Eittlu
Giant with 7 barges; Leopard, 0 bargoi;
Tom Dodswortli, 0 barges; My Choice, 12
barges; Josoph A Stone, 8 barges; Georgo
Eyslo, Coal City and Joo Walton with
goods tows; Kntorprlsp, l'niither, ilouz
and Sam Clark left tor Ijuisvillo.
Nkw Oiu.kans, Novombr 20. Ar
rived: John Kilgour; Kate Kinney, City
of Qulncy, II 0 Yneger, St. Louis ; Oua
chita Hello, Memphis. Departed : John
A Wood and barges, Alico Urown und
barges, Pittsburg; Poytona and barges,
Cincinnati; A J Lewis, St. Louis; Hello
Lee, Chicot city. Haining to-dny."
Louihvillb, Novembor UO. Uivor rls
ing with 7 foot 5 inches in tho canal and 6
feot 10 in thu pass down Indian chute.
Woathor cool and cloudy. Tho Jonn
Moans broko hor doctor to-day beforo
starting over tlio falls and is laid up for
ropairs, Arrivals: Gon. Lyttlo, Cincin
nati ; llluo Wing, Kentucky river. De
partures: Gon, Lyttle, Cincinnati ; Uluo
Wing. Uontuck rivor.
St. Louis. Novombor 2C Arrived :
Ilolonr, Vicksburg; Grand Towor, Mem
phis; Susiu Silver, Now Orleans; Andor
son, Metropolis; Hon Accord, Tonnesseo
river; Mohawk, Cairo; Mepsengor, Pitts
burg. Departed: Grand Tower, Mom
phis; Anderson, Cairo. Kiver stationary
nry hero, but tho Missouri nnil Illinois
rivors rising, Wcathor cloudy nnd warm
A private letter from a fropi a gnntlomun
on tho U S snag bout, out rt work nu Hod
rivor raft, says tlio work oi cutting tlio
channel'through that obstruction is almost
completed, a few days morn nnd there will
bo uninteruptod navigation to nil points
on Hod river.
Luertiool New-Talk islet riilUiltlLi.
cDsn onmmm wit criti sistm .an saiTiia
Cur CsrrjIDK tht Mail.
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APPLY TO JOHN O. Atn
IS llrol Ncwfork, ertu
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CITT NATIONAL PANK UUIKPINO.
tSTSp'clal attention paid to orders from
teainboats, night or day.
BOOTS AND SHOES I
315 2T T I n. E3 JSt T O O T&EL
BOOTS AND SHOES
FOR THIRTY DAYS
AT TEN PER CENT. OFF
GALL and SEE
4.ITY SHOE STORE
Cor. 8th Street and Commercial Ave
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W. Stratton. T. liird
STUATTON A Bllll),
Ascnts American Powder Company
No. C7 Ohio Loree,
J. M. 1'IIILtlPS,
Forvrarding and ComaiiBBioD
prepared lo forward all kinds of freights
to all points.
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11. J. OUNDIFiy,
Q Ii N E II A L PKODUCK
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No. 17 EiauTH St.,
OA 1 110, ILLINOIS.
(J. 1). WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GROG Ell,
And Dealer In
Xo. 70 Ohio Loree, C.11IIO, ILLS.
CBTSprelal attention given to consign
ments and tilling urdort. 11-3 tt
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DEALERS IN PI OUR;
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Bucccsoers to 11. M.Hulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AW) riKALKHU IN
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forolgu and liouiottlo
131 Commercial Avenue,
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WHOLESALE AND HETAIL.
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Tcsstk Kirssal and Waaklsstass Asressn
I3TA1I kinds of Jobbln;work dons on
short notice, and in good stle, LsaTs or
dtrs at tins nhop.
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No. 78 Ohio Lbvjsn, Uaiko, Ilia.
LOUIS II. MYKRS,
i nou'nMiivn svn S 's(ITHlll
And Dealor In
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iv it cmivvirv iniiiiin
Storo Hoom in Dr. Wardiiur's new brls
111 Coniraurcll Arcuue,
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