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THE OAIKU UAIIjV BUMjISTIK, FIUDAV, .DECEMBER JO, IB'o.
J
B THE BULLETIN
eaJl rssperof thaCltjr nurt County.
JOIW 11. OHKKLY, Kdllor and l'ubllshoJ.
Tiriiun rivTHK DAILY nUs.l.KTlN
Otisi wak. br oarrlar 9 33
Oae yar by carrier, In advauco 10 00
Um yer Ty earner n noi pun j
.. nai ...... I- W
Ama t.vmfc.l 4 100
1'bree month 3 00
elttaovUi. ft 25
Ono yaar 10 w
IIRVB or WEKKtr HUI.LKTIX.
On Tr tt W
Mx Monthi 'J
Thnm Month M
Invariably lu advance.
Reading mistier on rvcry !'.
FINANCIAL STATKMKNT,
To the Hononilte Cjunty lotirt tf Altandir
County .
GENTLEMEN In pursuance of jrcur Irutruttlon,,
I hare preraml ihe lollfssing itateinrntcf tl.e fioan.
ml condition cf Altiandtr count)-, front the ll slay
of SfptemUr, ISM, to the Cth slsy of Stpt'.mUr,
173, and hire Oie honor to submit the unit for your
coasidtration. It will U stea that there was a bal
ance In the treasury of 112,'W.K, and the um tf
-. unredeemed county orders and Jury certifi
cates. To thit statement It arer.ded lilt of all
county orders and Jury certificate- drn on the
county treasury from SerteraUr lit, 11, to Etptera
rrih, Wr
Vcry netrectfofiy,
JACOB U. LYNCH. County Cleilt.
To county order and Jury cer
titicates ouuundin: at last re
port W
To ordert and Jury eertifieates
since Issued - 70
Jo Hector s commissions,
abatements and forfeitures
To Treasurer' commissions
ig interut courent on railroad
bonds paid
l,ei V-
77 14
C,t 10-3S7S3 1
CH.
lly cttli la treasury at Utt re- , .
port.... . . fl9(IC3
lly cash receltcd for grocery
license W
lly tas.es Ieled for U72 30.77J M
lty forfeited Ui of lb71 SSI M
lly back ux of 1W1 SJ l
Ilv tax on ferric .. M W
lly unredeemed county orders
and jury certificates ...
To amount down
Br balance in treasury Septem
ber Cth, 1673
fcM 7S .V.7C7 5
S,,7M'19
tlJ.noj 17
DAiLirrs and juKoue.
St Chatles Hotel
ltiehard Fitrjerald..
John Cain .........
Winiam Holden ,
Geo. W, Welden
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bt Clurlei Hotel
11 Walker
ht Charles Hotel
John II Gasiman ,
Geo W AVeldon
Chst Spires
It Kiterald
1 MocLler .,
Jerie Johnson
William Holden
Jsmes ummcrwell
-M J llucklcy
John 11 Gassnian
Joseph Arnold
Chtrles Spires........
lW Ueldon....
Williim Holden
It Kiti-rald ,
J N T lrvin
M .1 lluelley
Thomas NashH
'fhomis Nash
Mrs Klitabeih Jistlln....
Jahn II (iassman
M J Buckley
Win Holden
John Hogan
It Hlrserald
Chas .'pircs
l'atrick Collins ,
.... W 1,130 65
COUNTY oriTCKKS KKKS.
II Watson Webb, Co. Attorney ...S Iri
John C Wtite, Go, Sup't schools, k'&J 74
Alex 11 Irtin in (
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.lamea K McCrit Ill M
UeobG Lynch el 10
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.las K McCrite .. Is (i
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Jacsb G Lynch 43 ul
.Ichn C Whit 210 ini
II Watson Webb 60 HO
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Jacob G Lynch 2WZ'i
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Jasper Cully 300 Ml
John II Gassman iO Ul
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Jacob G Lynch 3160
John Q llannan . aw Hi
Jacob U Lynch 75 3i
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Dr Wo Wood
J II Mctcalf...
It Fitrcerald ......
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Josph Smith.....
J! DCunninhaiu..
James A Hljlitower...
James I'rice
James A Hithtower,
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K M Wade
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Enoch Metcalf..,...
II M McKennla
W G MeKenr'.o
David Kverhart.
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J It lijirnes
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John IV Moody. . .
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John II llvbinion
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IMIT.OVKMESTI, COURT llOUHKj.tAlf A?TD
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Hr Wm IVoods
Nicholas leith
II V JUrkluuwii. .....
John H (iossman '.
.loscnh Arnold
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cvcrc larcluldon
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J G Roulln?
Fredollne llross
Severe Marchildon
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W Mdlale
l'errv Towers -
M Mary'e Infnmary
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J M Gills
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Henry C Harkhauson.
Nicholas Keith
William Wood ,
do
Joseph, Arnold
Utinotft State lloipltal for Insane..
1" llross ,
S Maiclilldon
Jacb C Morit.in
John II Gossman
Henry J'lmeit
Jospph Arnold
J Vi Kenfrow
'Ihom.n I ju rente. .,
M Is .Milam and J 11 Col)
Henry l'lanert
11 Wardntr
do
II McMannus r.,.
Win Wood
do
S Marchildon
do
WG Carey
Holliday lircs
W G Carey
Ills. Institution for I leaf and Dumb.
bt Mary's Infirmary
lohn II Gossman
A J Hunch .v....
M S. Milam and J 11 Coin
Institution for I'ccble-nundcd
St. Mary's Infirmary
H Marchildon
Henry l'lanert
do
J Kenfrow
J G Howling
O A Manlilldon ,
J IIS Hargis
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Harry Walker
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John Craig
Jessie J.ckou
.1 f W M Mcl'heetirs....,
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IliosJ McClurc
John ( ralf
John ltean
Jonathan maiiinc
M V Tarker
Thomas Martaln
C A r-cufield
Iieorce Lattner
K litrjerald
L Dicscrson
Jai 11 Mulcahy
M DeKilder
l'llgrlrn Mckavcn
John Ciali
A J Hunch
G W Giles ,-.
Victor T russell
N Hurtsackcr
A W Mmtns
It I'ltieiaid ,
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S Marchildon
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I'rank AlUrt
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Wall & Ent ,
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Win Itougherty.
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Joshua G Vick.,,
Samuel Cults..
John A Morris
Jamei D Vhltaker
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Moses Hutson
G It Tarker
Martin llrown
Emanuel JMmes
T R HeyrvJds
Henry Whiisktr
K Aleihlre ,
Tliomas Torter
John Craij
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t. tninty flicer fees . o, wl "I
( ritatnals, Jail and jader .' i'.;t 1"
Elections 7Jt." "'
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ami jail 2S 07
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THE EAR ME 113.
SECOND ANNUA la SKbJ-ION
OF
THE ILLINOIS FAHMEKS'
ASSOCIATION.
Till', TKANSl'OItATION (tUESTION.
TIM'. COiilMaETION OF THE N I AG
Alt A Silll' OAXAI. A NO THE
FT. ST. l'llILl.lI'.KANA
"WHaV ANlJ 01110 CA
NAI.S. . Dkcatuii, Ilia , loe. 1C. Tlio nccond
antiuul convintioii if tlo . Jlllrwi- Furii;-
cr atociatlon cotiTonou in'thw City to
Uay, fit Uronnoitn' Opora Huuso, About
i!0o ilolocn'.cj woro iirosont, woll lilline
the floor of tho hull, wliilo tllo giillyry,
5vm crowtleJ Willi locnl pecUofri'.' A
-Mr. W, O. FIBf, prctidmit of tlio nj
(oclation, ci.llod tlii; cortToiition to order.
Uoy. N. 1 Kdoth of Uanvlllo, Illlnoi;,
then offurctl n prnjr. At' its conclusion,
Ilia president introduced Mnyor Forti
moyor of iJecrttur, who delivered u short
address.
Aftur difpotitig of tho preliminary Inn
inei", thu quiiatiuu of through trims parti
tion by water vrns taken up.
Mr. Smith, thought thorn woro.buVtwo
routeii thit sould; belt ih'o-'followoil.. Of
thee rfliitsi, tho'contiestlonif 'ImlTo-Krlo
and Lnko Ontario, by tho NiRisnra tblp
CanM, tho tmproTCtrtcnt or tho MWjistlppi
ftnd tho Illinois nnd.Muhiitn ciinul, thoo
fiom iho ones thnt oll'ur tho upedicst ro
tult, though tbj contra! rntor lino from
tl.o mouth of the Ohio in tho J nines, by
tho complution of tho lutnatblt canal,
it no lest landed, but is u work that will
rcrjuiro moro time nnd ft greater outlay of
money. Tho building of thu formor
ttould lecuro the quickest relief of nnv
plau now proposed, conncctint,', as it will,
tho lakes by nn unbroken! chain of nvi
UHtion with tho Ees, Col. lllunt'i rurvey,
in lb'il, showed tho routo thoni toib'e en
tirely prncticahlo- and 'fc'iible." 'n't
cult of about tnolvo million dol
lars. Tnkint; tho ditl'erenco be
tween tho cost of labor then nnd now,
.tlO.000,000 wculd no doubt couijtlcto the
rrorK. it to this improven, out be ntlucd
tllo cnlartremont nnd cztontion of' ht
Champlain nnd Hudson uanul, to iivu
deep water nn.Tl(;iaioii (rum tho St. J.nw-
roiice tnrouRli tliii Ialto nnd tho Hud tun
ruor to ."tint lork, and tho onluritemont
of tho Erie canal, which is now in contem
plation, wo should then havo ft itunnetl-
tioit and a oholci of rout?for bteamors
and veisiU.ufro'mlCOU'to.J, 200 tons, front'
tho lukes by tlio Niagara canal, tho St.
Lawrenco rircr, UlinniiilBin canal and
lludion river to Now 'iork or from tho
lakoa by tho Erio canal and Hudson rirer
to tho tame port.
lho Miinippi alloy toeioty prortciio.
ai one of the annus fur lluctliig lit object,
the enlargement of tho AVullana ciinnl nud
tho iaprovemout of tht St. J.awroucu
rivtr.tothatTeiiels of 1,000 tout' carrying;
capacity may load in Chicago uud dinvor
tli-ir carijof in lairnrpool, and rulurnnur,
orititr tuo prouueu ot tno oiu vrurld to our
doori. Ho understood that tho authority
for theio improvements hui ttlroady boii'
ublained from tho Canadian Korurumeut.
Tha details ata bums rapidly completed,
and Ibi work,ilt be commenced the com
ing year, without doubt. Tlio objections
made to tliii route are, tliat it u netosoarllv
closed by ice fur luur or llro month of
tno year, 'ltiough tliii Is truo, it wni but
a slight draw back-, silica its alintistublim
Uud capacity for icvcn or cfttht months
of thu year would so diminish tho pressure
ujiun nu linos ui traiispurtaiion, tuul snip
menu could ho withheld without serious
inconvenience ; una noro wuuiu come in
tho ruut advantages of lho southort.
rout tu tho Oulf, vi.t tho Illinois nnd
Miehi(',an canal, nnd tho Mississippi, nnd
lho central water line fium tho Ohio to
tho James rirer, both of wnich are from
(Jhio, which are a prcsbini; necessity even
uuw, and will bo absolutely Indispensable
in a for? years, to furnish adequate trans
portation facilities, not only tur tlio pro
duce of tho custern valley uf tho Missis
kippi, but for all that vst region lying
north and west of it as far us tho Mucky
Mountains.
The routo by tho central wator lino, it
it estimated, will reijuiro four years for its
completion ; but when completed will
form anopon lino almost porputually froo
from ico, uniting tho Mississippi and all
its branches' with tho Atlantic by rt system
of river unit canal navigation; ol mlllciant
capacity to moot' all flotnaodi upon it by
tho commorfe of 'tho'"Vest' or Soulh tho
shortest, fastoit and tho best communica
tion with lid water.
One hunirsd and ninety. soven miles of
the routo consists of a canal, now in oper
ation, whom construction cost ten million
dollars, and whiclr.tho sUtn of Virlnit
oiler t;o donate lo tho funeral governmont
on rendition of. its completion, The nec
essary enlargement ot tlio canal and Its
completion, it is estimated, will cost forty
million dollars. This is nlari;o cum, but
with it a busiufss of sovon million dollars
of through tonnage would yield a rovonuo
of soven million dollar per annum, or six
millions nftor leaving ouo million for're
pain, Tho work will norcositato tho improve
ment of tlio Ohio river, which la most
ntaUd, wholherAthu rest of tho rculflli
i opened or not, fa it is. now -for- lien
threo months of tho yesr almost worthless
by reason of low wator. That tho dllll
ctilty can bo overcome and n permanent
dopth of watr.i4JaintiD(Klu(Uatnt for;
lho pasjaqcf larit't-sizo'd biiits afall eetv
sons of tfiftlycar?ll utidouMld. Wo autVrr
tho i m po rjUli co uf-Jm proving llnfciiannel
ol this riVMhiODiorlal Xo CoiijrestvlrJii
lho futject wivj'imotcd. "
While this is in progroM, thoro li still
anothrr routo which is r much ahyrter
line, Mid witli n small amount of incnoy
may Iih iiimIo nvailnbli); and ly baint
open all lho year will havo to keep down
tho rutoi yf railroad transportation ,by
'(iiopoiltloti through' 'tiibaJwlnlor' HJiltlra,'
Thfs i4 tho southern rmito lo tho gulf, by
way- of tho Mi'iulppl rivor, "If tho
many dliroront plans for overcoming tho
robtHclc presented by tho bay at its mouth
Ltit tliu fr'enavtgatibn of this great nat
ural cbaiinM, tho'Fort St. Thillip canal Is
tho only permanent one, and theroforo
tho cheapest ono in tlio end. With thin
canal, and tho improvomont of tho Illi
nois river and canal so thht bargi-i could
travono its entire length, nnd
lending in Chicago, need not Iresk
bjlk until tlioy reached tlio gulf,
where they could transfer their cargoos to
Yosjiuh bound to tho eastern market, the
iaVing would bo ory great. It would
open navigation at least it month earlier
in tho f print,', and n mouth later in tho
fali, wlnlo from Cairo down it wouM b
ipsn all winter. It Wculd give us not
only an eastern nmket for our corn and
pork, butTttuul'tern.'uitrkeisir.yTho
yjily rosucrt that tt.T.biijk of thogrsjn ex
r6r docITitit seek rrjute,r;4pttiily
lu intcr.H becauialof Ihc'ftWfuctiNiaVo
at dill'ernt point! throughout tho length
which a nutlinicnt outlay of money, ju
diciously used, would soon retnovo.
They did not ask appropriates fi r th4a
objects a a gift, butdomanded the inunoy
that tha government held in truU fiiV
4liSn JO as to Incrcisa tbo value! vt all
their propi tty.
Tho sanio gi'ut'.cman olTcred lho f- '.low
ing preamble nnd resolutions, which Le
liopol to tco a.lcptcd by a unanimous vote
of this convention :
Wborear, Tlio prosperity of the wkolo
country depends largelyup'cn tho su.vcrs
of its agricultural inlorolts; and,
Whereas, Thcao inlorcsts' nr greitly
depressed by reason of nce8iye Ireigjit
rhiirgM ttjion tho transportation of lis'fVro
ductt; and,
Whcras, It Is ovident thnt our present
means of transportation is entirely inade
quato to meet tho demands of our increas
inu prodtictirn and commerce j jad,,f i
Whereas, It is the duty, as It liBfbrien
tho policy, of our government to mako
such appropriations from tlmo to time as
nro demanded by tha iiec4(tlci of our
comtnerco; Ihtirf'rjrH,-4 1 ' ' "
llesolved, JJy this convention of fa' m
or., composed of dclcgntea from thu dif
ferent fnrmor'a nr'i'amiitiona of tlio stato,
and'rep'resenting n constituency of more
titan 2(Ji),0O9 farmers, that wo demand that
tho necesary appropriations bo mado by
Congress at Us presont aossion, in accord
aocj 1 with, citimates already malo by
United Slates engincore, for tho opening
of n northern wnter routo for largo vet
fol'', by lho constructions of a ship canal
aniut.d Niagara Falls, tho opening of tho
routo by tho improvement of tho Missis
sippi " and UUnoU rivcra, and
of tho central routo by the com
pletion of tho Kanawha canal r.nd tho in.
provoment of tbo Ohio and Kanawha
rivora.
KcsolvcJ, Thnt wo invito tha co-opnrA-"liori
of all interested in this question, both
producers and consumers, In an earnest
effort to obtain tho paraago of bills at thq
prcecjit jewitin oJCijngrasfurjttio ivcccun
'plishmcntrof,thei improvsjtnBiit'l. J f t
j A luiaf difcdnion- of laeVuMl'of31 the
points in tho papor followed, atT,r which
it skh referred to tho Uommlltro on
llcsoltltions.
'PBLBGRAPHI8.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
TJIILATJ:ST.Vl1
I'ltOCKKDIXi.S IN Till! HK.VATi: AXI
liou.si: vi:sn:itmv.
Till
3 cuiiitr.xcYiu'r.sTioN i'.i:koki:
Till! SllXATi:.
scii.vr. ix tin: hoi:si:-wii.sox
AM) HALK CALK IIACII OTH-
, .,JOiirCH riiT XAAH-kS-sr-j-rr
; . i5 "DOir AX1I m H 1
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l'AUUOX
I'OU IiKSKUTKUS
THKX.VVY.
F1S0M
liMXCUAl'HIC MAUKKT AXI UI VI'.U
- UKI'OU'IS.
HQSZV.
Wariiinoton, Deccmbar 18. Tho pros
dentins signed tha bill for thu red'imp
itiou of thu loan of 'li8. ;
TKRr.IIILi: BTOKM,
Ono of tho moat terrible hail storms,
accompanied by heavy wind nnd rain and
lightning ever witnessed in this vicinity,
passed over this city to-day at 2.30 p.m. The
barometer at lho signal ulhcu commenced
lallintf, and in 0 toi( rolnutfta felllliilfun
inclt.f For ten ia!ititoi tho-Wind jljUwil
.the rate of tisobly- niilos por'hourrfollOTf
cd as ttuddonly by dtnd calm hail and rain
tailing for ten minutes, and Hooding tho
streets. Tho hail stone, woro rough and
ol a peculiar shapi, and weighing from
ono to tbroo ounces, As yet no datnngo
l.-ru bcon heard of.
TO XtESERTEMB, '
A goncral order has bean -.isauod from
tho navy department, informing all do
sertera from tho navy that if they surren
der themselves befu'ro tho Urat of Febru
ary, lb" I, they will receive full pardon,
only forfeiting tlio pay and all monies duo
them, nud shall bo restored to duty with
out trial or punishment, on tho condition
that they faithfully servu out tho full
torm of their enlistment, unfulfilled nt
tho tlmo ot desertion.
SKNATK
Mr. Ingalls presented tho petition
of a number of citi.ona oMCansas askine
the imis&o of at law allowinc eoldiers in
tho Into war '.bounty utidJlOU icrej land.
Koforrcd. 1
lr. Anthony, from tho Committee on
printing, reported back lho hill to provide
icr lho pr inline; of liennial reiristur or
back, l'assed,
.Mr. uputv.oll,Troin mo committco on
Comtnerco roported back lho bill amcudit'
tory of an act relating to tho enrollment
and litriuing of certain vessels. 1'assod
Mr, llowo, introduced n resolution in
etructiug thu Cotnmtteo qn roosjons to
onquiro ituo tno oipouioncy 01 placing
ou mo pension rou tno names 01 ait lion
orably discharged eoldiora of thu war of
IrTJ, irrespoctivo of thi) tonus of cer.
vleis, l'aasttl
Mr. Cordon called up the resolution in
troduced by him a fow days at;o, directing
tho secretary of the troaeury to inform thu
ricnato as to tho quality of tho cotton
rly 'jowotl aintiotht iTaretlw aruouiilofthbIrivJ-J3Bn, Frimkllnr Allighany I XJello'
proccodffATsMlcs, fffrd dlspoiillon thereof,
Liuocu.
VuiifaLMtsUttlLV nil.l..
-fer. lloaiWolillooiled with iipprehciif'oJa'
upon any jjlrint tJ Ifoturn to spec
tiai'lil by WtnjXfKy 6l 1 ontracting i
refiefv. ' Thosii3ckHi'ttcd by tho
jivc;iu J'rj-
tlio cur-
contrao-
tion' would bjadilliiiiontnl to both thV
privatd and puhlio interests of tho conn
try j lioTuvorcd tho maintaining of tho
volumo of currency, at lho minimum
points fjstnblished, by Iw,v and yait ivr
tho dovotopotnont of tho naulircos ol' tho
comity. 1 lo had e.tainfiicd wii!! care' all
ibu priipptioiis (tthmfttud to tho .Si-tmlo
I'liey wero' jtrincipally of two s.-rts -cm,-tcinplstlng.
.cither contrttcjion or nspjin
si'Jlt,. JlUt. ho .did .lipt pflinnso now t.
enter inld an rgutK?fit-f lho tiuestiori.,,
Ho foil. it,t bo ti)s, ihity to, rosnt an ex
pansion tf tho currency, as Mich it plan
would p jetpono tlio tl'ij.t.f.rs;turu, to.ipeciii
payniont. On tho other hand eontra-lmfi
wo'uld itijuro thn bu-Wi'aUitercsl,of tho
country.
M r. llowto'thiiiiguts tfeoro vt is' g jod ,
whoelsoino reason vtieei for ftilist'ttiti.'i
j.ator ro .;o5A,Vl.TiYKtiW'''''i "
long g . , . , ,. .
Ho tlHiUgiit Ir thu government added it
dollar lo tho , volumo ol currency, or at
ho might term it; our-broketi pro;ni"-v4i
would bo li'ttli ti'i tliati n porpetrito'ii of
a jtublic crime. Ho hopnt that it wo.tl-1 t
auttorizi an cnTargnnr'n't of circutato n.
M.-.KarTysjf .tiflitgati, did in t )l-eirji
t.ifro'was tiiueh dirieri-nca In thh HfliKln
on tho question wliethcr snir cjrrens-y or
gold should ho mado equivalent. The mly
difnrcnca in tlio mclhul of doing it
It could pwtjbedeaU'.lthal.thely ' l'r '
tration now in Ilnr.'ticial interest l tbo
country, ami it vfivVn very gmvo tints' un
whether thu prrtstratifsn should tie con
tnutxT.' 116 rlrM 10 fllspel tha aMiHi.-n
thai lho currency was r-g slate!'
by pricujef coin, rud r.rguod that wh :i
w had a larger volumo i f currency, coin
wns lower than whyn wp had ti stuali- r
volume.
Mr. Morton said tho faith ol tho gov
ernment was picdcjetl to redeem our grf on
backs lu coin, but' Up did nUitbifiy that
wo should steadily I.ep In view our re
tuniitr'lo'sptj Ci" p'tyrniint. Thb'if lotli-.n
wi .wh'fll!lrl this wna n propet ' iVnrt ts
adopt mch incasut;4 j ll,at thoro was a
wnmg tiniolu sl6U Tlght-thitig, ntt! Irs Ills
opinion this was not tho timo to return t
specie payment. Jle yllVred his protest
against suih laiigia'tro as'that uscyl bv the
senator from Massachusetts, fumhor)thf.t
tha country is dishonored. It had not
b"n practicable at any tlmu since the
cloio of fho. war to rqdcf in, our ,c.urrjo,ucy
of c'din. " .'
. UOUriE-.. -t:i:
halahv ijukktion
bung under cciisiJcrn'.i.Ji, Mr. Hale, of
Now York, referring to tho amendment
ollered bjv.Ur.,.WiloJi- .of Iudiii, said :
Tho gent!6marl,i'oitNl(iisiu.LutiitlaT 1 liut
lei,) didn't see tit to proposo tho casliga
tion thus to bo administered , but no pro
curjd i,t to biMdjnil!i;t,rod by- ,rukclm,g
fits great arm arbund the gentleman 'froth
Wisconsin,-( iildridge.) nnd through him
procured tho ronticuian frm Indiana,
(Wilson.) to prcsuot lho amendment.
Mr.ltUtlar Thoto is tft fa wi.l of truth
in it.
Mr. Wilson tf Indiana The gentleman
is entirely mistaken. '1 1 0 gent euian
from Mas'sachusetts hal never said ono
wordiM niqion tho aubjoct.', j 'JJ , )
Mr. Indficlgo And 'I Jay that ifvry
wotd relating to mo in regard to tbnt
matter is untrue.
Mr. Halo If tho gentleman who gave
mo tho in'ormutiun, will ulluw me, I wnl
nnino l.im.
Mr. llutlcr l'ardon me, I wi.i giv
all that information. . . . . ,
Mr. Ilnlo 1 sull ii .Id the floir untii I
havu llnishod mv romnrks. I say that 1
havo Urn authority of gnliemau on this
lbor, whom I shall namo it be pcrtnl a
m", for aaying that tho amendment ot lis"
gentioman trum jnuiaun ; 11 u 1 s.an.s
botoro tho llou.cjit 1110 kUgc,t,non ci 1110
gontloman from i iscor.stn ( l-.iaridge 1.
and it com in pursuant to ino waning
which thu gentleman from jlassuUiusclu
lHutlerj had tjiyenjnc. lp.. gj-ntU'nan
t'runt Indiana is'a (po(ial'riptO'stliniiva If
that class or men to whom tho Hilary law
of '73 was duo; who ly their votes,
when forced to a direct ind squaro v te
foiidemned tho prupusition ; and ther, by
their votes, whan tnoy couia oscapo iruii,
tho responsibility and carry lho idea to
Ihcir constituents that thay wcrs opp jsid
to tho mijaiiire,. Med, by subterfuge, 111
thu passatco ol tho bill. Mr. Xiao then
referred to tho several votes taken at tho
last session on tl.o salary question, inti
matintr. thnt in soino votes Wilsoa had
dodged by refraining from votins. With
such a record ho was not surprised that
tlio gentleman from Indiana had loon se
lected as tho ir.itrumoui to mr.KO tuui at
tack upon him. It was not an uncommon
thine; lo find oven among thoso who whin
doDled ihemsolvei thoso who were anxious
to dcfllo tlioso around them. Uo hail
seen a cur going from a putldlo '-with its
hair draggled with Uilh forco its
Way among decent people, nnd rub
bing itself against '.hem cr
(.hake.its.iHti ampng them, llo had seen
tho experiment tried and decent puopl.,
smirched in that wry ; but he had n.ivi r
known lho cur that .did it to dwjvnything
olio than fc dirty dog, and he believed thut
would inevitably bo always lho case.
Mr. Wilson of Indiana, having goi
unanimous consont to'reply lo Mr. Halo,
began by saying that tho House had just
had a very'flno snccipen of a dirty dog.
Applamu and hifnd clamping, which thii
speaker reproved. Tho record which he
( Wilson) had mado Inst session on the sal
ary question ho had' rio'ver' shrunk from
Ho had notys np gbo at', ho t'P'intry ;all-.
let: that "a salary grab; ' nor had ho tin-
'tier any circuinti.Ticirs conceded that ho
had tlono anything which lm hailn t ought
to do, and which was nut consistent with
his integrity and honor. ,
From Chlciigo
j I trilt
SI m i 1
Tutia-ra'-in: vviMkih' Xt
OniLiijo, Doccmbcr 18 In lho Ktato
Fftrmcfb' AsittciatinysttUVj. ' lil'TVJI1
number of rMoldtlbhi on It variety of rub
jects woro introduced, and reforrtd. Ad
dresses worn mado' by 'Messrs. Ilorton,
Creigliton, Fliigg, Pay and l'rof. Turnor.
Among tho rvolutiona jr r tvp look
ing to tho fafmntldil of ft now political
party.
y t 7r' '' " i '' ,'
lVont Tcrro Haute, Ind.
run:. '.
TKiinr. IUvtk, December. 18. Two
thirds of iho'busiiififs portion irrlUoi'ider-
rnville, Ills, thirty-two tnlliia below hero
u'tbo Wabash river, was destroyed by
Ilro last night. Tho Ion amounts lo SSO,
000. Thcrii is ljttlvi.pc no ituurnuec...
Frtiiu Suit i.nlid.
KAlUJUit'AKi:.,
Halt IjAUC, December IP. A heavy
enrthquako ohock occurred Jn Ilair,Iijilin
valley thla morning.
,, nsj,! , ss 1 r - ia
1UV.12R 'NEWS.
'i :.. ' . ' u1 1
FiTTHii'wi, Dccomber 18 Hlvor 8 feet
aad falling. , . 1 . 4
N.isnii.i.K, Dccembor 18 Hivor de
clined 2 inchca in. tho last V!-l )iOHi 13 fuel
atanton shoale. Adit Aiolinan arrlvod,
and departed for IMducAb. Clear jfinj.
pleasant "" ' ,
Mkmimiis, IHc. Ifl. "Woitthcr ' doar
and warm, itivor nsini: atcndlly. Ar-
Cincinnati. Donnrlbtl-lriiv of f'.'liM'nr.
S:. Inula i aiy.of Vlckabuiifrviefcui.tir,..
L. St. I jfiL'lH. linn. IK tA ti'iMlT Ltsnu
i.-s . .. . .a .
Cftlfoia'c.'Jc!iiiii 'lViiriK tl llpllb Mem-'
.JiBk Jl6mpliKS ncpnrted-llohti) Kyle,
'i .iii,,i..,snt,.i,'.i . , '
. :Z ' lifr"-'u""l itosuiifK. inver iuiiiiiu
m",, u,,riDl; l,,,y-
I'it isv r r.i.V, rtidomhor 18 ltivor ris.
Ing vuth 17 feet 7 inchoa In canal, Id not
7ln hot in pass down Indian chute, Thnto
ia 7(1 fotli apactr under tho bridges ftr
pt-alng stiiaiiHira. It 1ms rained during
.j v.icu iiiipili'i.s 1.1 iiiort'. ,
v . ... 1 1 ........ .. , , . , .
" " sni,r..s.-sn, JJiWQnitier 13. illl lir-
riviil'. Dejiatted -Wnrnur and barge",
(.itintitinlf; Mary Allen and barged, St
Jamil jt rinoiiniiU,! hitri riVor, 4 Tli
lisllsi l o'niid H'VV' Oiiit'nh dcpurteil last
tiiijht, lho I'.irmor for Chicot City, tho Ul
lr Tor thot Akaiiaijs ;jytr, Wu'tlher
ilosr nnd plcaatit.'
VicKsmtnn,' Deci'inbfir 18. Ih.w.i
Mary lloiisli.ii, City uf (lulncy, Hollo ol
Shroveport, Kato Kinnov, Fannin Tattitu.
rp-Capital City, 'Fit'inio I.'iwis
WeMhor'rodl itinl ralnlnc. ltivor roso '-'
reel.
Civi7iJ$j.tr'r','' l)'ec,4mW.,V7 ltivcr 41
feet and f.tllmi'. Arrival it .U'.ltlill.
"Ilti"(r," Wlueling..-l)part(il Jamon I)
Tarker, .Minnpliii; Indiana, Now Orleans.
I)no fog oovorisl tilts oily till 10 o'elock
this mpruitig.
.MAKKKT HEl'OUT.
Memtius, iJui i'inher 17. Plour quint.
Com dull, holders nrlxitiis tu suit at 72c.
Oat scarco and linn, OI''ijtoc. Hulk meats
dull nnd drooping, bhouidura oIIlIIi';
Mdis OJWJcs
t IlItAuo, Ucct r.ilf r IK h'lotir light d
m'ttitl.'hjlierv firm. V1V1t tinsnttb-d lu
but
I' sod tinner; No
1 spring 1 17; No. '1
iAliifarv: -No.'a 1 11.
Coru.WM.IvVMiYH rit'h: fi'ilfiae danu.
cry. Oats la ir iteiiiand and b.'ghnr; No '2
J7ji:.ic. ltyo dull; No 2 7.") ,i7oJc. liar
leav dull and Jowurj No 'i fail 1 3.1: NoSI
' 'vif&,&2!ity.M fjl'W rq'At,bnt
.tMTl,iTlVe and higher. Fork U 25
P"lj 14 Jy Jitiiuary. l.ard f.ir dttu-tnd
Anil aftvaricod, So sp.,1; bij Januarv.
Cut inia,a givil duiiianJ, .-li.MiMors loose,
partly curej oc, snort rib c . .i.'ij ; pai'Vcd
Jo higher. Urmn meats qairt and Ilrmj
fh-mldora', .hatus 'l'i Whiskey
ii'm.yoC.i'Jlc.
fc'T. IauL'ia, Djceml or 13, Fiuur un-
rhanged, lower graib'S in ilemand. Wheat
spring in domat.d and linn ; Nu '2 I 31f,i)
1 'J'.'; fall activo and higher; No 3 red
1 4Ojl IS; So, i In. car lot 1 JCtfrjl 7i
Wtn .s'tinicdt Arm. rlgsodriltj,.lr''mii(d 04
'vSric. Oats dull, weak aod uruettled at
X. M . 1 1 II ' ,...-- 'S ' . .
emu-; aso- ir.ixeu ia-. nancy quiet arm
unchanged. Kyn nuiol; 4(i2H7c, J'ork
qulft and caslor for buyers at 1 1 OOfW)
14 tiu. trcn tnrj.tn quiet; no saios. wry
salt tit'-als quiot and firm ; shoaMors fijf.i)
clear rl 7sf; clear 7c Jobbing and
order lots, llacjri ateadj; shoulders Ct
clear rib 8f, vr-ry 11. tin out of sinoko.
I.ard qjiot aod ciminal; pritno steam B
Whisky st'adr.
UiMcirrxATf, I)'Cemb?r 17. Flour
firm at 7()7 :t. Wheal sriatrM and firm;
ramplo lots 1 Idjijl -13. Corn etiior; now
car ClrXr j Ic. I'ye scarce and Urm, 'MnjMc.
uais urra a; i-.(g;oc. narley dull and
drooping, 1 201 .',0. Groceries steady
and tinfliangeil, Iluttor and Chic
str-Adjv rrovislons qulctr Fork quint,
hi-ld if. fifi. -I,nl qaieti ateani 8J' -j kottlo
8e. liulk meals quiet, light aaloi; sboul
dcrs ii", e'ear rib "; clear 7c Haeon
quiot and Heady; slmiildfirs 7c; elfar rib
,i.nd ccar i.'. (iraon rr.eats quiet; shoul
slurs Mc;. olimr rib il-, clrar Cic, hams
"ti'i, Jr 11 ic's b-ivera and aellnrs apart;
sales light, at aruragrt of 1 COf ii 1 CO
"Whiskey eat'
1
lut n( 1 1 jwer; falm i5e.
PROCLAMATION.
-ai ins sskw Miuiii'j on
Commercial avenuo, Jiurgor is
now receiving daily tho lar
gest, liest seloetcd anil cheap-
1 11 sj
esi ijioeic 01 ury cjoocu ever
biiforo brought to Cairo. A
lino of dress gooila which havo
never been surpassed in this
market, either for beauty
variety. A full stuck of boots
and .shoes; domestics of nil
kinds ; a beautiful slock of
furs, .mufia and boas, uniiTa
and .collars, and children's! fur
at a inoro song; knit woollen
goods, children's sacks, otc,
almost given away ; a hnud
soinc'assoriihcht'of glovos and
it. tl i 0 las
acharming solcdion of ladies'
neckties,, rufl's, etc., etc. Gon
tlemen's furnisliing goods,
overcoats, suits, uudorwonr,
hats, capsj gloves ; counter
paiio;,- comforts and quilts
tablo linens -rod and white-
water proof cloth in all the
now pintles .and a 'full nl
'complete Block of notiomr.
All these gooda woro bought
at panio pricos, nnd will bo
sold at asqnisliiugly low fig-
ure.i, as Burger is doUnninod
not to bo undersold. Call am'
examine his goods bofoi'o pur
chasing elsowhoro. Hjs storo
room contains every article in
tho dry goods lino that any
buyer can possibly want, nc
tho, prices are so low that no
ono will havo tho conscienco
fo ask a reduction on any
thing.
immn
TOYHAMDCONPECTIOX.S.
Eat
111,11.11
The Toy King, having lately
received ono of the largest and
must varied
MKMT0Y5
ever brought to this city, will
sell them at greatly
Reduced Prices
In fact, sell thorn at
FIFTY PER CENT!
LiOWBR
Than LAST 7X Hi
He also has a
Large Stock
-OF-
French and American
which will bo Hold at tho low
est possible price.
PARENTS
will do well fx 'call and inspoc
bin ntock of
-FOR-
CHILDRE
102 Commercial A v.
uLPTssswsaaMssssral
Holiday Present

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