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TUB CAIKO DAW
UULLJST1JN, FKIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1873.
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A special dispaUb, 0 tD, Chicago ' Trlb
fait from Uadiaoa ( Wisconsin, says:
Th appointor ji of Allorney-Goner1
Williams at r.lce, causes great dle
eUsfasioa , o prominent Kapublleana
bara, aa so' j official action rolalive to
WUeoc, matters, haa raised doubts In
ihairBtJr.dsas to whether ha la capable
Whatbvbb mar ba tba niotlra b
UtTadtobara infiuancad Gan. Grant in
taa ittf (attion in hit mtnaa that tbara
ahonld ba bo legislation by congrcn in
lb lut twanly-four bouri of a louion, it
la eaa which put experience ha demon
strated might ba made into a law which
weald redound to the beneQt of the peo
ple in mora wayg than one.
A Statk eonrantlon of colored men,
held at Springfield on tba second initant,
haa appointed J. J. Bird, of thii city, one
of the delegates to attend a national con
TMtioa of colored men at Washington
aaxt Taeadty, to deTlie measures for a
snore complete enforcement of the foar.
Taa Southern Illinois Iaiane Asylum
at Aaaa will be opened for the reception
of patlaata on the fifteenth of tba pres.
at month, and Governor Beveridge has
Issued bis proclamation to that affect.
Borne enterprising Annaites suggest a ball
to celebrate the occasion. The idea Is
rather an incongruous one, the melancholy
uses for which the asylum is to be used,
being in aad eontrast to the festivities of
a dancing party.
ATTeaxiT-GxKUAt. Williams, Pres
ident Oram's nominee for the Chief Jus
tieeship, Is spoken of by Washington dis
patches as furnishing an
other instance of the rapid
ity with wbieh of late years, federal office
holders grow rich. It Is asserted that
when Williams was appointed to the of
Ica ha now holds, be was poor In parse
as to be naabla to furnish apartments,
In Washington, and was com
pelled to borrow money for
tbat purpose. He ha held the atlorney-
geaeral'a efflce for two years, and lu that
time haa built a palatial residence and
furnished it luxuriously. The appoint
ment has not met the ready approval of
the senate, and has been postponed for
consideration, an exceptional proceeding
la the ease of a nominee who is a mem.
bar or ex-member of tbat body, It bring
the complimentary custom to act at once
upon the nomination of such without rsf
Wa have been anxious to publish the
artiola of the Mound Oity 'Journal' en
the Congressional question, but messages
and so forth have crowded it out until
this morninc. Cditor Potter has do
nounaed us heretofore for advising that
all electors opposed to lUdlcal misrule
should unite in a now political organiza
tion to defeat the Kepublican party, but
ha practices our advice. In the late can
vass he was hand and glove with the Re
publicans, and in a new organization
almost defeated the JUdlcsli of that
county, it Democrats, who refused to
fergettbathe had taught them to stand
by the old organisation and not aQliate
with the dissatisfied members of tbo He
publican party, hal not voted the Kadical
ticket, Potter's party would have won a
famous victory. Bat Petter is net incor
rigible. He will, ln time, learn that these
Democrats who refuse to sucriice party
pride are allies of tbe Kadlcalt, and
then Potter will talk and write at woll as
aet Ilka a sagacious politician.
GEORGB OAKY XGQLESTON'g
A. press of other matters has crowded
out our mention of the recently published
hook of George Gary Egglaston, entitled,
"A Man of Honor." Tba author, (who
lived In this city some yaara ago, where
ba; married MUt Marlon Wardner, neice
and adopted daughter of Dr. Wardner,)
dedicates tbe book "To Marion, my wife"
aad modestly preface It as follows : "I
hav long baas anxious to know whether
or aei I could writ a pretty good story,
and siow that tb publlaher are about to
a the iuaal praaa copies of this book to
tba critic, I am la a fair way t hay my
earlcelty aa thai point aatlsted." The
here of taa etorv U Mr. Bobert Pagebrook,
taa Maa Hoaor, who,throug a coneat-
aaatlM ( eireamsUnoas, andara tb
aaplalM U iaiag tkought a couedrl by
hU beat !, tear the trial wiu aig
oat of it wilb lusUr to bU
reputation and Is V
bestowod upon him L wnft
b loves and lb cliioA " Jt , 6t
established and paying jAi 0( n
principal scenes of th story v t0
Virginia, aud th descriptions of A V
life, and the "cisterns of tbe CyiS)
or tbe porsonttes r .1..
book art characters In mm.-i..l
and only luck elaboration by Ilia limit. r
ilia iIa.h tf f-. r . ,. ..
i.uiouuio, Iho Virginia ml
bom Robert PacobmnW ...t
baattaJ and snil.!B B!. t b.'y
wore aonalMo than llm mi.. 8 01
al life, but Iho fault. If f...l. lo
I called, f. uot a bad bo Id r4U '
the "m i,,i . vtio novelists.
hviviuvi Of r
Pagebrook blmsnlf I. A drwn nd
whether aailimr In f ,en,i or undr
cloud, carries blase)1" "iUn of Uonor"
should. "Cousla',tl," ' ood ,ellowi
and excites 0ii'llni,r,l(m lhe mn"
ner in which fr'M Gobrook from nn-
met,Itod dl,onr- Lo, Mrksdale"- Is
a floe oK Virginia gentleman, ana tno
counterpart of "Cousin Sarah Ann" may
be met In almost any locality tbe world
over, tnougn auo aees noi mwnj. nm
her just deserts, as the "Cousin Sarah.
Ann" of Mr. Bgglsston partly doos. The
"Man of Honor' contains two hundred and
twenty-two pages, and Is published by
Orange, Judd A Co, . Uroadway, New
f'rem tb Mound City Journah'
now. John li. ouirlt ion co.vaaats.
Because John Oberly's name has been
givon t railroad Wcomotive narrow
guage eome rural printer suggests that
Uo ought to go to Congress, aud Oberly !
takca It as complacently as a young mat-
uen uoet praitos iroin ner lover, ana re
futes the caresses of his friends in about
the same manner. He aoftly saya "don't"
and answers ''no,1' meaning all the time
"do" and "yes." lie belluves there is a
tiie in tho affairs of men, which, when
taken at its flood, leads on to fortune, and
evidently ha thinks that ltde it setting in
with him now, and be is afraid of losing
the benefit of it if dilatory ; so he parades
his rural neighbor's suggeition day by
day keeps it bsfore tbe people for tbe
sole purpose, be says, of doclinlng Con
gress in advance of Its offer, but really to
call attention to his avallilility and qual
ifications, that the people may not forget
him when tbe begin to look around to see
who they will ssnd to Congress.
John believes in taking time by the
forelock, and In forestalling others; so bo
opens up hi case before our present msu
etr has seen the inside of tb congres
sional halls, and ba is right; for there is
nothing like being In time; beside, by
starling out aboad ef everybody else, be
saves unpleasat clashing with the aspira
tions and interests of olhsrs, who might
in time be candidates it not nipped before
budding. Green, Allen, Wheeler, Caw
ford and Hartnell are all cavalierly treat
ed and prematurely anubbed, as though
postlblo candidates of the future.
There is strategy in this ; but tho bjtt
strategy of OlsrTy'a course is tbat which
enables him to take a nomination from
aay party or faction. His political itatus
Is mixed; he ii coquetting all around, so
tbat any party wishing to purchase, and
deeming him worthy a congressional nom
ination, my hivj bice. JIu holds himself
in position to take, with
some show of latter-day con
sistency, a nomination from either Radi
cals or Democrats ; and he has been care
ful to create availability for himself, so
as to bo deemed a strong candidate in
case of probability that thero is to be a
eloso contest, and candidates are wantod
who are popular with the large elemont
that cares for neither the Kepublican or
Democratic partios. but is interested for
or against reforms in govornmont; for or
against railroad or other monopolies ; for
or against the farmers in their tttues with
tho monopolists ; and who make those
matters paramount to the interests of
either of tho old parties as political or
Sinco the farmer's movement started,
Oberly has sprinkled his hair with hay
sesd every morning, and hat talked as well
at written, xuoro or lots for tho farmers,
and against the oppression of railroad
monopolists ; so that with tbe sincere ad
vocates of the tanner's or people's organ
izations he should be popular. Ana he
should certainly be popular with the rail
road inlerost, for is ho not th vice presi
dent of a railroad company himself t And
has not a locomotive been recently named
after him, an honor not conferred on one
inimical to the Intorosts of railroad com
panies, or one doubtful relstivo to them ?
And of late he has bosn a good deal given
to open oxpression In sustaining railroad
companies, where peoplo thought their in
terests suffering from them, aa in tbe case
of the Cairo and St. Luis railroad com
pany and the people of Aloxander cenn
ty, whore the latter aro paying Interest
on bonds Issued to a road that has not
been built, and has no prospect yet vis
ible of boing built.
Exorcising his much more than ordi
nary shrewdness, Oberly has made him
solf popular all around, and therefore is
the man for Congress. If tho Republi
cans aro smart, they will bo ahead of
everybody olse and givo him tho nomina
tion, ucarcoiy any wmtewasb would bo
nocetsary to make him a elmon
pure administration man. But tbe Dem
ocrats will be viry stupid, if thoy allow
me nepuuitcans to inui sieai a march on
them. With the prestige against them,
they will need Oberly's availability,
and can hardly bop to suceed without it.
And if tbey loin tbo Independent, reform
Republicans, In a people's movement, why
certainly Oberly will bo the proper man
for standard bearer iu this Congressional
diitrict: fur, liko the locomotive named
after bliu, ho Is progressive, and If nom
inated by the people's party, he woald bo
no time In adapting himtolf to tbo situa
tion, lie would resign his vice
presidency of the railroad company, or
der hit namr torn from the locomotlye
and stampped into tbe mud as disgraced
and blow monopolists generally akvi
Bo under any, and all possible circum
stances, Oberly is our coming man and
inuiv bo Clements' successor in congress.
Hall lo tbe chief, and make the way for
him broad and smooth I Tie Is to be our
next brilliant, narrow-gaugo congressman.
wo nave one now,
(From the Carml Courier.)
Hosr. John H. OnaaLr of tb Cairo
Uullbtin. be been honored by having
his name given to a locomotive intended for
the Cairo and St. Louis railroad, and tb
'Jackson County Era' thinks th next
mov will be to ssnd the Egyptian ed
itor to Congress. Hon. John 11. is on
of tbe best "stumpers" in th state, and
stands well on all questions of interest
likely to be sprung during thtntxt
canvass, and should this remark of tb
'Era' turn out to b mora of lubstanc
than gas, ba will lack for no support from
tb Democrat and Grangers,
jCKKMNCls IX THE SENATf! YES
APPOINTMENT OP STANDING COM
WHY rT A'rroUNEY-tJENEKiM VP"
MABS WAS APPOINTED.
NOTHING NEW IN THE VIIIUINIUS
Wahuikutok, De-comber 4. Mr. Kerry
of Michigan, movud to take up, the reeo.
lutlon olio red by him on Monday, taprJ
vido for the aetlluuiout of tbo Unanclal d5
rangumeut. lie advocated the adoption of tho resc
lution, speaking for a considerable length
of time, concluding as follows:
Can there, be hesitation ? Tba grav!
or tho situation ideasanua',- mora isjn
million, of mn are',turowiuul oaiupleijr
ment. 'At a lows average of wages, this
million of mun unemployed is more than
a million dollars lott daily. Prolonged
for a year, tho oouot swells to hundreds
of millions, and tells its (jarful story.
The straights and sufferings ontailed need
no words to tell their distressing wants.
Whoever can dismiss action, cannot as
cspo tbo ratponslbility it bears with it.
The appeal is to Congreis ; let us act I
Mr. Perry asked tbat the resolution be
referred to the committeo on finance when
B0RIUS.J a dill.
Mr. foreman's' bill to conlpkto a
water highway from the tide water yu th
James River to thu Ohio River, directs
the Secretary of War to lay out. con
struct, enlarge and iuipiovo a water high
way from tide water on tho James Rlvor,
at Richmond, Virginia, to tbo Ohio River
at tbe mouth oi tne Ikanawba inter, in
Weil Virginia, ty way of the James
River and Kauawha canal, the James
Jackson, Greenbrier, New and Kanawha
rivers, by canal, slaskwater, sluices or open
river navigation, not loss than seventy
foet wide and seven feet deep, with locks
not lets than ono bundrsd and twenty
fuel long and twnuty feel wido, and with
a capacity for vessels of at least two hun
dred and eighty tons burden. Tba Stales
of Virginia and West Virginia are
to eonvey to the United States their
Interest in properly of franchise of any
corporation having claim lo a 'continuous
lin of water communication, projected
and in part completed by the sut of Vir
ginia, and tbo cost of tbk work to be de
frayed by tbe isauanc and sal of United
State ten-llfty four and a half per cent:
bonda, to amount to eight millions of dol
lars. Provision is also mad for the pur
chase by th 1serotary of war 6ft private
stock in the James river and' Kanawha com
pany at prices not eicseding twenty-flv
dollars per share, and also for the ap
pointment of a commission to equip,
maintain and manas; tho water way when
completed, each to be appointed from the
states of Pennsylvania, Wisconsin. Iowa,
Misaeurl, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Ken
tucky, West Virginia;
THE CHIEF JUSTICESHIP.
The nomination of Georgo 11. Williams
to tbo chief justiceship was to-day refer
red to tbo Committee on Judiciary, hut
no further action was taken on tho subjoct
in executive session.
Jlt Is statod tbat the proiident from the
beginning made up his mind not, to appoint
a successor to C'biof Juitico Chaie, from
the supremo court bench ; and that he did
not tendor the appointment to Sonator
Conkllng, who declined it. Ha then
wished to appoint Caleb Cashing, and re.
tain Attorney Uonoral Williams in th
cabinot until near th expiration of the
presidential term, calculating thai by
that time Cushlng would retire by roason
of ago, and in that event he would ap
point Williams. The proposed appoint
ment of Cuihing not boing considered ex
pedient by the cabinet, hastened the
pioildunt's purposo to appoint Williams.
TIIK VIKQINIUA XTTXIK.
The Department of Stato hat no infor
mation concerning arrangements for tho
surrender or tno virginius ana her sur
viving passengers nnd crew to tbo Unltod
States Duval torcea, nothing having been
received up to a late hour this evening to;
causo rpprehenslona that that part o'f tbo'
protocol will not bo carried into efloct.
The utatomenl Is unreservedly made that
the Spanish officials rro acting In good
Mr. Anthony moved that the Senate
proceed to tho election of standing commit
tees which was agrood to. He auo moved
that the 84th rule be amended bv addinir
a new committoo after that on education
and labor, to be known a the committee
on civil sorvie and retrenchment, and
that two members bo added to tho com-
mittocs on foreign relations, olalms, ed
ucation and laber. Adopted. The San-
ate then elected standing committees as
On Privileges, election t Morton, chair
man; Carpenter, Logan, Anthony, AI-,
orn, Mitchell, Sumner, Hamilton, ef'
Maryland, and Saulsbury. - r
Ud jrorelgu Halations: Cameron, chair
man; Couklln, bctiurt, bloeHton, ami ilc
Creory. ud f inance: Bnerman, cnairman ; Jttor
rell. of Vermont, Scott, Wright. Kerry.
of Michigan, Kenton, and Bayard.
us Appropriations: juorroi,or Maine,
Chairman; Spragun, Window, West,
Ames, Sargent, Wilson, Stovlnson, and
On Commerce Chandler, chairman:
Bprncer, Conklln, Uuckinglitun, Doutwell,
Uoidon and Dennis.
On Manufactures: Robertson, chair
man; Sprague, Gilbert, Kantan and
On Agriculture Frollnglmyfen,
ehalrman; Robertsou, Lewis, Dunnlt and
On Military Affairs: Logan, chair
man; Cameroc, Sponcer, Clayton, Wad
Uigh, Kelly and Ransom.
On Naval Affairs: Cragln, chairman ;
Anthony, Morrill, of. Main, Sargent,
Oonovar, Stockton and Norwood.
On Judiciary Edmunds, Chairman
Conklln, Carpenter, Krelingbuyser
Wright, Thurman and Htsvenson.
On Post-offices and Pott Roads Ram
sey, chairman; Hamlin, Kerry of Michi
gan, Klannagan, Dorsey, Jones, 8ausr
burr, Morriman, nnd IIamlltonJof Mary
On Public Lands Spraguo, chairman ;
Wlndom, Stewarl, Pratt, Oglesby, Wad
Uigb, Iloutwell, Kelly and Tipton.
On 1'rivate Land Clalmt Thurman,
ehalrman; Ferry of Connecticut, Fenton,
llayard and Bogy, .
Indian Affairs Buckingham, chair
man, Allison, .Oglesby, Morrill of Maine,
Ingell, Bogy and McCreery.
Ou Pensions Pratt, chairman ; Larry,
of Connecticut; OgUsby, Ingallt, Patter
son, Hamilton, of Texas, and Nor
wood. Oa Beyolutloaary GUIau BrowajlowJ
chairman ; Gilbert, Conover. Johnston
On Claims SdtO chairman : Horo
Man aaaa andaVo thwaM. m T.il
chalrmhft; Spaacer, Ujfcbcodltf TU
ion. .ini."aMimiv ana jwannr
On Patents Ferry, of Connecticut;
chairman; Wlndom. Wadlolgh, Hamll
ton, -of Indiana, and Jehnston. -
it P.. hi In .RnlMlnir. aad Grounds
Morretl, of Vermont, chairman ; Gilbert,'
Cameron, stocxton ana uooper.
On Torrltorles-r-Bofeman, .chairman:
nitiheock, Oragln;' Clay tori, Patterson,.
Coopor and McCreery.
On Kallroads-Slowarl, chairman ;
Scott, West. Ramsey, Hitchcock, How,
Frll.ghuyaDI Texas, Ran-
On Mines and Mining-Hamlln, chair
man ; Chandler, Sargent, Crozlor, Tipton
On Revision of Laws of th United
States-Cotiklln, chairman; carpenUr,
Stewart, Alcorn and Ransom.
On Education and Labor Flanagan,
chairman; Patterson, Ingalls, Sumner,
Morton, llogy and Gordon.
On Civil Service and Retrenchment
nr.it.i .i. .!.... . ii,itwl! Hherman.
Hamilton, Howo, Hamilton of Maryland,-
To Audit aud Control Continuant Kx
ponto of tho Senate Carpontcr, chairman ;
jona.ana "nnis., . . , ,
On Kngrotsed Hills Bayard, chairman;
IaiwIs and Coopor.
On KnrolUd Rilli Ames, chairman;
Clayton and llerlson. j
On Rulos Kerry, of Michigan, chair-.
man; Hamlin and Aiernman.
Ou Lovees of tho Misiissippl River
Alooro, chairman ; Clayton, Schurz, Crc
zlor and Cooper.
On Transportation Routss to th Hea-"
board Windon, chairman ; Sherman,
Conkllng, West, Conover, Mitchell, Nor
wood and Davis. .
Mr. Morton movod Ibat'th credentials
of Pinchbeck and McW-Maro a senators
from loutaiana, now on lb president's
table,- ba referred to th committee nn
privilege and elections. Also that por
tion of th cresident's messag referring
tn .n uninnJinent lo the constitution of
the United States. Agreed to.
Tho Ssnalo thon went into commit
teo of the whole, and soon after" adjournal
Fro New York.
CBaWOER or COilillKClt.
Nw Yok;, December 4. Tho chain-
her of, commerce to-day appoinioa a com
mute to draft a memorial to congress,
praying it to take measures in concert
with other erovernroonts to diminish the
growing dangers of collisions at sea.
Micheal. who waa to hav been banged
to-morrow, at Jersey City for tbe murder
of Marshall Stevens, has .been reprieved
anil! th vth of January.
oil TBI TBACK.
A freight train on the Boltlmere and
Ohio railroad ran off the track nine miles
from Baltlmoro last night, wrecking ten
cara and causing a loss of fifty thousand
MsurHis, Deeetnken 4. Ther it no
longer any doubt but thatr A; Woodward,
county trustee, kas absconded with soma
fifteen or twenty thousand dollars, in ad
dition to over forty thousand in county
warrants, hypothecated by bim to obtain
money to gamble in stoeks. Bills have
been filed aad Injunctions issued by the
Socond Chancery oourt against John C.
Page and tb Merchants and Traders'
bank, restraining them from transferring
or using those warrants, which wero given
as collalterals for torn thirty-five thous
and dollars. As th warrants ar worth
less, having been paid, tbe holders will
lot thero. Woodward's bondsmen will
have torn flftsen or twenty thousand to
pay as far as tba, Invastlgatlbnhas .gone.
" SHOT AND KILLID.
Alexander W. Taylor, formerly of Bir
mingham, England, a grocer on tbe cor
ner of Third and Overton streets, waa
shot and instantly killed about six o'clock
this evening, by John P. Grace, a fireman,
who he refuted credit for a drink. Grace
AN KVaiXB AVO TUBKE CARS WII1CKBD.
Louisvilli, December ;4. As freight
train No. 23 was going north on the Cam
dan Olty branch of tbe J. Mr and I? rail
road, Wednesday night last, at Glngo sta
tion, near Kenshville, th cngbae struck a
tree which waa blown by tb wind across
the track, and turning ovor Instantly, kill
ing Gqo. Ambrose, fireman and scalding
to death Obaa, McKlbkln, engineer.
Three cara war wrecked and th engine
badly damaged. McKibbln leaves a wife
and two children and Is th sixth man
killed while in charge of this same engine.
ABOTUEB BAILBOAB ACCIDBBT.
Th passtnger train en the O. and M.
railroad, bound for this city, ran into a
tree at Hobba station, between Lexington
and Mary villa, Indiana, Wednesday night
during the atorm, throwing tbe engine
from tbe track and turning It upside down.
Th engineer and fireman escaped with a
few cnts and bruises,
, Til STORK.
The storm of lut'mght was th mutt, vl
'olest that. havvslUd this oily aad vicin
ity for some time. Much damage was
dona by th rain and wind, accompanied
by thunder and lightening.
Nabdvillb, December 4.-River riling
rapidly', upC feet 4 Inches to-day; 13 feet
10 inches on shoals. Weather eloudy and
Nkw Oklbans, December 4. Arrived:
New City of Alton, Ohas.Bdmnn, Pau
lina Carroll, St. Louis. Dspartsd: C.
B. Church. Cincinnati. Weather cool.
Cibcibnati, December 6 River twen-
ty-nln and rising rapidly. Arrrivea.
Andes, Wheeling; Arlington, Memphis
Departed: R W Skillinger, Pittsburg.
Evaksvill. December 4. Storm con
tinued, till midnight, cleared up cold and
Down: Mary Ament, George Llsl,
Morning Star, Bowling Green. Business
Mbufbir, December 4. Cloudy and
coll. Bi?r rising .fiat. Arrived: Ben
Franklin," Cincinnati; Robt Mitchell,
Louisville. Departed: Anna and
Ouachita Bello, New Orleans; Fanni
Lewis, Red River; Kat Klnney.St. Louis;
Com and See M. tou)b; Llttl Condor
Ohio rlvr; 1511a, Whlta rivr.
LonUTiLLB,' DaMaber . Th rlvr I
rising with 10 feet 10 inches la canal and
8 feel 10 Inch in' thalpaaf down Indian
chut. Weather eloudy and cool. Busi
ness Improving. Arrivals Gen, Lytl,
Cincinnati: Dor No 2, Madison; Tares-
con, nendcrson. Departures Gen. Lytic,
Cincinnati; Dor No 2, Madisea; Tar-
.DnS Printitiw-niponT, en
lrJwi and Saultkuty. $ t A
eloudy,,now .with prospect or jaow, Kiver
risen!: IbcW. fUpt i BUttrtKorB, Ar
kansas BolleSFayitt?7 SMIe Brown.
RESIGNATION OF CAPT.-UENE
Wlft NOT SUBMIT TO THE
KRENDNR OF THE
Cj" i ' wKvumar a. uapi. uen
I Y ...... . T, I , .
istiveiiar seiegrapnea io me Jttadrid gov
ernment tcniuht, a dispatch to the follow.
ingentict: rno Madrid governmet por
mptotilV orders tho Capt. Gen. to dollver
up tbo Virginius. Gon. Joveller respect
fully resigns hie' position and dnniands
tbat another person bo sent to tak bis
place, who can carry out tho orders of tba
govornmont. Considering tbe excited stata
of plitlto opinion, ah'd tba impossibility of
overcoming tb dlUlcultlM, Gan. Joveller
submits that lb' manifest was prepared
for a delay, during which time, oportu
nlty would be glvotf for 'rofloctlbn, and
tlmo gained to allay the lirery, patriotic
spirit of tho great national party in Cuba,
hut strong orders irom Madrid to ho Im
mediately executed, doprlvo hlro of this
rosourco through which he hoped to save
tho "upholding of 'authority And th
interests of tb country., Iti'flrdsr that
tb Madrid government may comprebond
tbo difficulties of tho situation, and do
juitlco to tho ordar and porsevoronco with
which no pogan nis labor, wnicn had al
ready bog'un to produce fruit, tbo Cap'.
Uen. describes, tbo slliiallAn In, liu Itlatid.
Ho dcclarts that the iiiiprcitlon produced
by tho nows ol tho ai-
raDfoMm which hu."' Icon
oompitua, ana;opain ana tn unitod
States can be compared with tbat pro-'
ducod In Spain bv th treaty of Bayonne
wnica iou so u war or inuepaMenc
ajalttanoieon'," Ho bef I to'awilf tho
govor'rimen't that'the Immediate delivery
of the Virginius will, instantaneously
cauib'fc frightful commotion tbrouirbout
tb island wblcb would surely rosult In
successive cutttrophles, oven if a man of
tbo highest ability should be In command
The above dispatch was forwardod early
In the ;ovenlng, Public feeling is in
tensely oicltsd,' but owing to tho confi
dence which Gen, Jovellar inspires.
Tho Voce de Cuba yt tbat the lea J.
,lng merchants of Havana bold a meeting,
'this aiorflng to provide !for the purcbasa.
ana armament or a numooi or tail itoam
ersto act as cruisers in ease of a war with
the Uhlted' States. It ' also saya Ool.
Jinlones of lb first battalion volunteers.
has offered to arm six sea-going steamers
out of his own money, and th merchants
of Cienfugo hav orderod tbe purchase
or two line steamer rrom abroad, for war
service, and. .later information increaasa
the numbor ordered. It Is reported tbat
several new battalions of volnnttors wl 1
be organized immediately, and
the Ualholio dlviaily proposes
to organize a sanitary battalion.
Tbe Voce declares that Senor Solon, the
colonial minister, naa forwarded nis resig
nation to Madrid. Captain-General
Jovellar telegraphed bis resignation twice,
ana tne political ovornor also handed In
his resignation. Until to-nlebt no answer
to Senor Solon's telegram was received.
Tbe , authorities have sent, by cabl, to
Madrid 'lone extlaot from -the-man-
ifestotbey had drawn up In th Virginius
case, many mnuontiai Spaniards In con
versation to-night exprett the opinion tbat
further difficulties can be avoided, pro
vided the conditions of tb surrender of
tba Virginius ba changed. They aro not
unwilling so iee ner aeuverca into the
bands of a neutral power and question
her right to bear the American flar. de
cided by arbitration. Tbe majority of tbe
people are determined not to pormittbe
surrender of th Virginius directly to th
Americans, and if this la insisted there
will be a serious conflict. Calm peopl
express a hopo that tbe United State will
wave tba question of direct delivery. The
autnorittes ara wining to obey tbo man
dates of the Castelar covarnmant. but the
Spaniarda will not consent to their direct
surrender to th Americans. If Castelar
and the government of the United States
Insist, th authorities will be compelled to
abdicate. The situation is eitreraoly
complicated, and nobody can foretell tbo
result. Tber Is. no naval vessel of tbe
United States in port.
Miwrais, December 4. Flour In good
Biisua at p 00(4) 9U
Corn meal higher. 8 IS.
' Corn in fair demand and advanced, 85
Oat held at'545Sc.
Hay active 18' (Km 00,
Braa; tbe heavy receipts have de
pressed tbe market.
Butter steady. 16S0c.
Eggs dull and drooping at 930c,
Balk meats and lard quiet and
Pork scare and firm at 15 00, In ttore
St. Louis. Docomber 4. Hemp dull
Flour, some inquiry for grades from
to 41. but binhr brands qulot.
Wheat, in better demand, No 3 spring
1 081 08; No 8 roe fall 1 10 I 32; No
a, 1 67(2)1 60.
Corn, new dull and weak, old in de
mand and firm. New mixed 56c;
Oats easier. No S mixed 3787i
Barley, better demand and firm, spring
1 UU(al bo.
Rye slow,, No 3, 78.
Green meats good demand,
Clear aides Cjc.
Dry salt active.
Clear aides Clc.
Shoulders 30 days in salt, 4 JSe; clear
Clear sides 7j8c.
Lard ulet, stoam offered at 7Jc; no
Whiskey steady at tie.
Hogs higher, 8 004 S3; Receipts
Cattle dull, good to prim nativo 3 60
04 Bt; Texas 1 60S CO. ; J.;
Cimcimxati, Dseeniber 4. Flour S C6
Wheat firm 1'2&
Corn firm; old ear G05lc; new ear 45
Ryalirmcr 88c ' i ; '
Heirs steady. '
Butter in fair demand and lowor; sbolce
a72le. 1 r
Pork firmer U J614 BO.
Lard kettl Jobbing 8c; steam held 7jo,
Chicaoo. Dscsmbsr 4. Flour quiet,
Wheat steady; No. 3 apriag 1 10 1 10 ;
No. 3 1 07 sath ; 1 01 0o Dscsrabor;
No. 3 1 U3. uorn nrm ; no. -4 mixsa tuo
cash or Dscsmbsr ; 46o January. Oats,
dmand active and advanced ; No. 3 86o
cash. By stare and firm; No, 2 71
71), Barley qlilrt and unchanged; No. 2
fall 1 47 I SO; No. 3 1 04 I Oi. Whisky
stesdy. Provisions active and advanced,
Pork 1313Je eash : 18 January. Bulk
meats steady; shoulders 14o ; abort rib
JJo all pa'okd ; partly cured o be
low thes price Cra ahoaldsrt 4 J4 Je;
bams C; short rib Ijc.
h- w -Wt9r tbi ouly kouio
FORCED PANIC SALES.
( j tHQSJEJUT.j
Bought by Mr. Stuart during the last two weeks at forced sslc. enabling us to sell at 23 to
JO per cent, less than any other houso lu the city.
. ueroeiuiier tbat w aro tb only house In the city that hav bad thenorv to "pitch lu."
and luko advantage ol a demoralized dry goods market.
o oiu gooua io woric on at war price.
fSrCOME AND SEE WHAT READ
Now goods coming in overy day,
HI . . ' ' '
A UD UBON
r 1 CAREFULLY AND PROPERLY PREPARED.
The hcalthfulncsj pE this artiole as food for MOCKING-BIRDS, ROBINS
BLACK BIRDS,, THRUSHES, and all other Wt bill, Urdu, has 'bean d.
monstratcd to sati.sractiou. Birds not only relish it, hot acera to improve in
health, in plumage aud. in soni?. It Ima been the aim of the manufacturer to
approach an nearly as possiblo tho food
,vo in tueir wiui, autta. , f
. iJAUTlON As much ol th bird feod
mere to the cheapness than to the quality
lug a Singer , tbey value, te purchase none
tsPrepared and for Halo iu
, by' t" ' ' ' ' '
74 OHIO LEVEE, -; HON OF THE QOLDZaT UOM
CORNER WASHINGTON AYENUK AND KIOHTH STKEKT.
(KION OY TUB CRriTAL MORTfiR ,
BOOTS AUD SHOES
BflOTS AND SHOES
FOR THIRTY DAYS
AT TEN PER CENT. OFF
m and W
Cr.8 th Street and
WisniKQTOX, December 4. For Nw
England and tit, Iiawrac valley, fresh
to high southwestly to norlhwssterly
wtndl and continued stormy weather dur
ing tbe night followed by partly cloudy
and ccld feather.
For Lako region, continued frost and
high southwesterly and northwesterly
winds will provail with Increasing pres
sure, decidedly low, tempsratur and posil
a light snow, followed by clearing weather
For Middle' and South' .Atlaotie SteUs,
Increasing pressure, low tomperaturo,
variabl to nortbwastarly winds and clear
ing weather except possibly oa South
Atlantic coast. t
For Ohio valloy and southward to tb
Gulf, continued high barometer, decidedly
low tempsratur, jess cloudiness in th in
terior and threatening weather on tb
For tba Northwest, light, to frsh south
westerly I northwesterly winds with
vry cold and partly cloudy weather.
Fhilabilfhia. Dembr A spe
cial from Wilmington says tb monitor
Manhattan Is expected "to sail for Xr
Wst to-morrow, in good trim and with
vsrythlng secur and aaf;
oity that took advantage of tho lute
i . . ' j
I iibi&M WILL DO 'F(6b' YOU -a?
' 'STUARi st'iQHbLtON,
lb t. 14 i-ar
upon which; these beautiful,, songsters
sold over the countrv.' lr made with an r
ol the Ingredient used, w advise anyone hav
but Audubon Mocking Hird Food.
bottles, and bulk, at retail and whole
H. A. Thorn
THOKB k BROTnil,
8ueeMrs to H, at. Hale a,
COMMISSION MIRCHANTg, PEOII
'avla'assa nMsV.tMwlw ' 1
Forelga aad Doasftlo ,
1M Commsrolal Avaau,
CAIRO, i i -. . XUIYOII..
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