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TlllO UAIKO'JMliA' JJUIjIiHTW, THURSDAY, .1ANUAKY 174.
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ill Month ,
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invariably in advance.
Heading uiatlrr nil etrrjr inico.
Terrible Result of ihe Enloilou or
nn O.olliic knun.
IKrotu Die St. Joseph, .laiitiary in,
S'Mtntil.y tuoruton, about 6 o'clock, tbo
residence ol .1 nines AlcCintli, southwest
coiner Nineteenth and Pimond strcots,
km tbo scene of one of tbo moat horrible
and heart sickening scenes that wo huvo
Tor been callod upon to record. It vai
ocrailoncd by tbo bursting of an Ozallnu
Jacup. Usually lu inch cases, accidents
are tb direct result of ahoor carelessness;
tut In this Ihero was no want of iirccau
tlon, and the sad result It what might
Lave Ufallen any ono.
At tbo abovq hour the family nroso from
tbir bodt'and. Mr. McGlnnls, his wile,
their oldeatdaufihlor Annie and tbo hi by
Florence repaired to the kitchen. Shortly
afterward llriJMcGinoii sontAnnloup
tain to briitdown the lamp Tor refilling.
The lamp was brought and -Mrs. ilcOln
Lit tilled it with ozollne within ono Inch
of tbo burner, thon lighted the wick and
turned down tho chimney, when tho lamp
tiplodeJ with a loud report, hurling tbu
flames In every direction about the small
room. Tho oil can, which contalnod
about a gallon of tho liquid, was nlio In
ol?od In tho explosion and contrlbutnd
largely to the dorouring element, which
completely filled the room.
Tbo bulk of tho flames shot like light
ning acrots tho room, And over Annie, sit
ing between her mothor and tho bod, nnd
caught tbo bed In which lay tho llttlo
taby Ploroneo. Immediately Mr. Mc
Giunlt rolled hit wife nnd babo and throw
tnimoutlbe window. By this tlmo An
nie was a tbeet of flame, nnd lior fnthor
very badly burned from head to foot.
Joiepb, ono of tho tont, was up itairs at
tbe timo ; but hearing tho report, ruihod
below, and In hit etl'erts to do something,
wat very teveroly burned on both hands
and hit hair was singed. Tho other chll
dred ruthed out of doors screaming "Mur
der I Murder I Flro' Fire1"
The neighbors wero arroustd by the
wild cries of terror, nnd forthwith went
to the houw to witness a tcono whirl; liaf
ties dosciptlon. Mr. Kent arrlvod first,
and was soon followed bv otlior nehjliLorii.
The room was ablazo. '-Tlie mothor and
'".V. -"rn struggling with tho flames
which enveopod them, upon tbo fror.cn
ground; The bravo father, suffering ln
tsniely, was found sitting upon tho porch
u who diooo. u He eldest daughter, An
nie, bad crwlod out of tbo cauldron of
Heme and was endeavoring to climb tlio
Tho ilauits wero, subdued and tho build
log saved with very slight ds.nin;;o. Tho
door leading from tho kitebon was char
red, Ihe. window casings worn '-irird, and
the floor and coiling blackens: t tM
flames and sruoko. Drs. Jhne I
Brock wore sent for and Mibsrqucnt'lv 1)
Donelan and Doyle.
In tbouieantluio the sufferer wero laul
upon couches and ovorthing tbut tho
knowledge and klndnuis of deeply sympa
thising neighbors ttuld suggest was done.
But tho Dames had done Vhwtr tearful work,
Annie, taventeon years of ago wat just
budding into womanhood, was burned to
a crisp fr jm head to foot, und after a most
agonizing struggle death relieved hor at
11 o'clock.,. .Tames McUInnls. tho father.
was severely burnod all over the body,
and died twenty rnlnuWs D&st la o'clock.
Mrs; Margaret McQinnls and baby Flor
ence wore laxon to tno residence or Airs.
Utile, where wo are conlldont that no
pains nor exponso will bo spared for their
relief and comfort. Mrs. McGlnnis was
very loverolv barnod on tbo fc. nock
aud both hands and arms, and tho baby on
the face, both arms and tho lower limb.
The latter, seventeen months old, has boon
sick for some tlmo with pneumonia, und
its recovery is doubtful, with tho chancoe,
uowuver, in laror ox me. tub physician
tblnk tho mother will rcc-ovor. JoBenh.
although sutt'tirtng greatly at tbo timo of
our vim, win recovor.
A $10,000 THIEF CAl'Tl'ItlJI).
(From taeQulncy Craning Call, .Ian. 1C
M'o were last niglt informed Vy Con
ductor llall, of the M. V. and W. railroad
that theretcmedovnon his train from
Canton three men, who wero in the cui
tody of an officer, and were bolng taken
to Carllnvllte, Illinois. Wo wero unable
to learn the names of tho parlle, nut an
old man ami his two tons composed tho
trio, nd tbe reason given for their arroit
It stated as follows! '
Tho ulJ n wat tho owner of half tt
fcectlon of land'near Canton, and for romo
reason a dlsputo nroso between tb two
boys and. their father in regard to the
property, when tho sonj betrayed a iilnu.
years secret which will, Ji, all probability,
be che means ol tending their father to
spend the rest of his days in tbo ponlleu
tiary. Homo person residing In Canton
Heard the.e sons say, or in somo rnannor
I0inDUt' l,htt lbo old ,niin
110,000 from parties In Carlin
vlllo, whereupon a letter of In.
quiry was written to Carlin
vi le, and In rtiponso to It thero was ro
celvtd a reply which stud that nice
years ago there wtsa thiuft committal
there to tbe amount stated, and that f,0r
since that time tbo loser of the monoy b&.i
lcon in active soarch for tbo thnlf.
This man had taken tho 510,000 and In
vested It In land, and was onloylnc the
full benefit of his stolon rlchcF, when tlioro
came a sudden but not unexpected calling
liTJ 1,0 ,w arre.tfd, and pasrwl
Cariiirville: ",S"1 nr0Ul ,or
It I positively asserted" that John T
Harper, whilom fugltiio embezzling coll
lector of tbe eighth Illinois Internal rove
cue collection district, has returned to Ma
borne at 1 Paso, and will be present as n
witneei In the cai of tho United fitatcs
uralost certain Pekin dltt;ilarj t l...
tried In tbo federal court here.
It will be remembered that in
one of these cases certain bonds
Mysteriously disappeared, and Har
per'a testimony is needed to establish
oerUia feeUJn regard to them that none
beside klsMlf unit tbe parties in interest
poteessed. of. The report it circuletid
Ule worniDg tbut be waa to bo liro io
tt'tlfv In tho cao nf thn govprnment
against Albeit Unillli, his chief clerk, hut
we aro Inlormed cm tho b?t authority that
it li Incorrect. llarnor.lt Is unilerilOod,
comes under cover of a kind of "1I; of
trueo," and will lio permitted to depart
altor his mlision shall bavo been fulllltod.
niile ho shall oleet to stay and stand trial
for hit own dclio'iuoncics.
.. V .
AiconiiiKu to tbo December report of
tho Amoricoii 'Mk ftisoclatini, juil pub
lished, our nativo lk maniilai'tumii aro
Incrpfing at n ripid rat", ilespltn tlio fall
ing in tl.o lait fow months. During the
fiscal year ending .Inly 1, I S7.T, tho Im
ports ol raw silk wnro $7,0.12,711, nisalnst
W.ttplH In 1ST-, ?!,! 12,-117 in 1871, and
$'J,&2C,0j In lfl'O. Tho ngiirc.j for l1"!
(from .Inly to Devembor, 1873,) aro $2,
C!"',fi72, which, for tbo year, would give
only 55,100,121 j but with tho improve
ment taking placo in othor branches of
trado. lliuro Is r.o doubt that tho raw silk
Import will show t-onsldernblo IncreiSo
within the next sir tnnnths. Thn falling
ofl' In tho Importation of manufactured
silk good! nmmifsl'Hl to $8,25S,.l27.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
PHOI'IM'.DINUK INTHK ItOUSlI AND
SEN AT K YI'.STDUDAY.
Till'. CUllKENCV (JIJKSTION STIU.
MOKHISON It. WAU'i:, Till! NEW
his nomination confirmed hv a
. unanimous vote of the
THE LOUISIANA CASE-NEW ELEC
TELECHAPHIC MARKET AND UI VEIt
jruns waitk co.vrniMKn.
Waoi'ixqtow, .lanuity 21, Tho sonato
was In exocutivo seftion nn hour nnd n
quarter this afternoon engaged in tbo con
sideration of tho nomination of Morrison
15. "Wallo to bocbicf-jusliceof thosuprcmo
Senator Kdmuntls and tho two Ohio sen
ators, Shorman and Thurman, spoUo in
favor of conllrmatlon, showing a concur
rence of views as to "Waito'i integrity,
Uno legal Httalnmcnts nnd his cululilo
temporatucnt al a judge.
-Senator Sumner alluded to the solemni
ty of tho occaatou Is connection with nd
vising and consenting to tho appnlntmont
of thochiof-juitleo; and iaid,ow!ng to tho
Impartanco of tho subjoct, nnd consider-
Itijftim vrAlebty mattors that would corao
lAiuniy impressed with tlioiitnojs of
the gontloman whoso namo was nnv boforo
tlioiu. Ho was gratified to lern such fj
vorable reports of Mr. "Walto of thoio who
know him hotter than ho did.
Jo rcmntks wuro tuudo by any sena
tor In opposition to tho nomination ; and
on tho quoitlon being put: " Will tho
senate advuo nnd consent to tho appoint
ment?" tho voto was unanimous, bolng
Tho prcsidant was this oveninjoilicially
advlied of tho favorablo action of tho son-
ate, and will immediately inform Mr.
Walto of his appointment.
I'.x. Governor "WarmoutH asserts that
Senator Carpenter and Gon, Iltitler havo
agreed on tho now olectlon bill for tho
stuto of Louisiana, which will bo Intro
duced Into both houses on Monday noxt,
and after a canvas of the Democrats in
tho House, ho did not ilnd ono who would
not voto for tho bill, nnd feels confident
thai it will pass both houses noxt wool;.
SEN AT K.
Wasiiinuto.v, January 21.
Mr. Sherman favored the Immldiuto re
sumption of specie payment, and hoped
that glurloui" event would trantpiro on tbo
I'.h cf July, l70. J.etevory dollir In
greenbacks bo rodeomeJ In gold then. In
tho inuintimo lot tho volume ol curruiicy
bo increased at least ton millions. Ho
ipoko of tho unequil distribution of
currDDCV. crnrettln" iim.flj ..r
South on account thoreof. Mr. Shorman
said the comptroller of currency had
authority now to withdraw tu-entv.
live million dollars from Km?
England and glvo it to tho South nnd
West or states which lmvn nni i,.;.
thero ? J
an, J.unrjiias iio'.r icin- woui.i it
Mr. Murryiunn In reply to tho
Senator from Vermont. (Edmund) ho
iuj u money wn in mo loilln It
would go bckvury slowly If tHo banke
of ow York und fluw V.ngland did not
offer intoreit fur it, us the utates pay In
teruit I'M thn monov thnt
tllOttl. Ho Uvnied that the uurrnniu-
was rodoomable n comparcxl vitli tho cir
culation in Franco and ISngland. llo
wouia iiku losoo uongrecs grant a c.hartur
(m b .ihint ...1 I... I. ...1.1. - ,. .
v. m ui.iiuiini umir., vita a cuptuw
of ono buntlrrl i fi 1 1 ll.in in .hnrm nvc-ir.
oacb, so that tho whole ixioplo could havo
i,i . I'w-tivuni inioretis nan onco
comti nnr destroying tho uovernment, and
unleu Congr4s does tomolhing io nroduco
n eiiullleriurn in Induct,
trouble would bo the rtvult. '
JU r. F.'Jinunds Inqulrod ol tho gentleman
It hn bellevod OongrosH could produce thi
Kpiliborluiui could It sky how many fa".
turl tticrothould bi whero loeat'd, etc.
Mr. Morrymansald congrns tould im-'
prove tho harbors and rlvern of tho West
and open up tho natural advantage of
tho country, encourage ship bulling and n
thousands other things could bo done to
produce such an eiuillbrum, but while wo
groan with thls'toctloual legislation) fjal
iforcla with ono Interest, Now ITngland
with another, nnd tho South with another,
and vlun they ooino togetbor tbo result
will bo ntliiili ii f itrim. 'I'lmv .11.1 n ,...,.
and they will do It again.
Tho debate continued bclwen Merry
man and Edmunds until 8:15, whin tn
Sonito went Into executive Kt.lri and
VASiui.oioh, January 2l.--Mr. JCelly
from tho select committee on tho Centan.
nlaloxpoiltion,roported a bill recltl,ig that j
at vj.tlous International expSsitioiis that1
liavoli-en held in foreign uomilrldi tho"
llnllod Stntm -liatl boon reprosontM In
pursuance of invjlationa given by tho gov
urnmenU of those countries, and retiicst
ing tho presidontto oxtend, In tho namo of
tho United .HUtPS, rwpcttol and rnrdial
invilatious to tho govitrriiuetiU of otlmr
n-tliwit to he represented and tuko p-irl in
thn inlrnatinnl i!J position to bo h-M in
l'Jilladelpliia in tbo yc?r, lh"'i.
Mr. I'.-itler of Mn'fRcliusntts, ir''iircil
whcllier Coiigrcs Wf-iM not In r'-piired
to iimko an appr-'prinli' n lc carry Hie
.Mr. Kelly rcplic-l that tint jilin wa
not inv lvod in tho lull athll.
.Mr. Halo warned tho Homo thai tho
plan was to got tliUuiradent unil ecwrrr-'
tary of statu ocinmllKHllo tlilt 1'bllailnl
plii.i Fourth of July celebration, and that
if thli bill pafied, congres would bo call
ed upon within tho next two years for an
appropriation ranging from r.,OCOlHio to
-Mr. Kelly said Mr. Halo mlsappro
hendod nllko tho purpose and scope of tho
bill. Ho denied that tho government
would ha put t'i any expense.
Mr. Karson niggosted that Kelly prment
tho amount to bo offered, which would re
move much ohjoctton to tho bill, provid
ing that In extending Invitations to for
oisn governments it shall bo
dimo in such liingungo as not to iiresonl it
as an intcrprlso guaranteed by the United
Mr. Kelly said that unlets lie heard a
dlssont from tho inombor of tho Con'.on
dI. I I'ommlttiio, ho would not ol-Jool to let
thn amendment bo oll'ered.
Mr. limdall -ildf 1 will object.
Mr. Ivnlley remarked tint the members
of tlm Centennial couimllleo oVjeclol to the
ndmitt'i'ig of the nnien(linnt,and tbcreforo
he ci-u'd n-t admit it.
Mr. Hawl.-y, of Conn.,-claitiioJ that tho
tovernv.ont had so fur connected Itself in
tho matter that it cmld not retr.icl
without shamo ati'l national morllllcatlou.
Tho rommitto wouli bring boforu tho
Iloiif- at thib kcsxlun n proposltiou Asking
directly and frankly for government aid.
llo would so whether Congresi would re
fuse to apprepriato threo or four million"
for this f,-re.U ptirpcwe if poace, while it
can glvo forty, llfth or ixty millions a
year for tho army and navy. The lime
was coming vhen millions of people and
money would bo thought moro available
for tho purposo of peace and progress,
than for injury and for murdering men.
Thn dubiite was continued at Ionght.
Mr. Smith said ono gentleman con
nected witli the comrnittoo had assured
him that they would roqulro, boforo they
wero through with it, seven million? from
tho general government.
From Nclr Orleans.
2i5vr Or.i.KAHSi, January 21. The pro
poied constltullorial amendments limiting
tho ithtu debt to Uftoen millions nnd tax
ation for all purposes to IV j mills, guar
anteeing tho principal and intorcstof new
consolidated bonds to be Issuod in fund
ing tho dobt anil providing that tho rovo
nucs of cacby oir, derived from taxation
shall bo duvotol solely to the oxponsei of
that yojir, passed tho IIouso to-day Dy a
unanimous voto, Thoy had already
p:t6fd tho Senate. Tho bill funding nil
tho valid outstanding bonds of the stuto
at sixty cents on tho dollar, In seven por
cent bunds, principal and Interest secured
by tho forgoing constitution!"! amendments
also panoil tho iiouso oy a larrco majority
It repeals all contlncont debts of
tho state consisting of bonds not
iaauod, nnd stock not subicribod, amount
ing to over $18,000.
Tho bill with two slight nmondment is
1IJU l-ttllfilutfr V -.-...... ...i-rt.i rrtnti(fjn)
A KOMIISIinM. I.V Till! kULLCUQ (AMI.
The associated iiross telegrami in tbo
morning papers, in K-gard to the Pinch
back damages yost'jrdny in Washington,
foil like a bombshell in tho Kollogg camp
al tho Mechanics' Instituio. A caucus of
tho Sonnto wai at onco culled, which re
sulted in telegraphing to Plnohbaul; that
a now olo tion win not at present desira
VAsillNriroN-, Jan. 21. Probabilities
For Xow England and Middlo states and
lower lake regian, gonorally cloudv, and
areas or ruin will prevail, with light to
fresh northeasterly to southerly winds,
temperaturo nbovo freezing except in
northern New England.
For tho Southern states, southiatterly
to southwesterly wind', with high pressuro
For tho Ohio valley nnd upper lko re
gion, areas of rain, with variable winds
and falling barometer during tho night,
followed by riling barometor nnd lower
tomp'iraturo, and probablo clwr we.ithor.
For tbo Northwof t, rising" birometnr,
colder woatlier, and rntn or 6iiow In tbo
Mississippi and lower Mis-tourl vallnya du
ring tlio night.
Cincinkati, January 21. A Mi Con
nellsvlllo dispatch says Mr. Applnton, an
old and respected mereliant at I'lainville,
Athens county, was murdered lust nlcht.
Ho was called upon to go from liUhr.iuo
to hU etoro r.t !l o';Iock, by strongorii.
An hour later his wlfu sunt "u mowengor
after him, who foijnd hint hanging doftd
In tho store, bearing marks of extreme vl
oncsoo I'rom M.tdi-Iil.
TUK hi-a.vish WAR.
Mamiih, Janunry 21. (Jen, Doniinrjuez
at tho head of tbo central arm v. has
opened n campalnri against tha CarliiU in
Ilarola, lute member of the Curtaifcn.
tian JuntA, haa writton a letter to his
frionds ndvising them to abandon Feder
alism and support the government until
thn C'irlUt Insurrection is supprossivl.
I-KAVEIt MKBTISCS IN FALOOS.
I.wniANAl-oLiP, Jnnuary 21. At Sliul.
Iiyvillo, Indiana, this forenoon n commit
tee of ladite vlslto-1 nil tho liquor saloons
und other plaocs where liquors aro sold,
and held prayer woeting"; iniplorltig
dealers to glvo upthelr tralllc. At ono or
two places they wono troitwl ruiloly, but
were Kunornlly courteously received.
Lo.M.or, .lattiary 21. (iladitono has
ri--ovorod Ills uiuhI gOojl, health. ,
from tbo (lold Coa'tt, o-eportthfct great
sloknuat provalls among the troops of Sir
(icnuelt Walsulj-.tho dlioaso proving fatal
In many .-mot within n fow hour alter tho
Atlanta, (U., January 21. 'I ho State
Orange met to.day. iVo hundred and
loveiity-flvo grange are roproiontol. Tho
sesjion will contlnuu two days, To-day
coiniultteoi wore appointed and otlior bus
iness transacted. Tbcro aro over live
hundred P&trons of Husbandry in tbe
From New York.
Ni;w Yon, January 21. Tho princi
pal nut!u (cite coal company to-day voted to
condut I uilrscfi tho coming jear tho
same as last, increasing tho prlco ten
cents per ton mrnthly.
Opinions of IliiilPrcw
ISKW Y'RK, January 20.- All tlio news
papers llils morning hltvo imiro r to
say nbout thn Prcslilnnt's lnlrt ii- niuin
tlon for Chief Jimlc'
Tho '.Sun' sayi! ".Mr. Wallo u well
spoketilof by those who nroac'iuatntc I with
him, but tbu fnl that ho is uot gotn-rally
known ti tho country will render Ins nom
inuth n f.-r Chief Jnstlco loss snlisi --lory
limn it iiiiglit bo otherwise,"
Tlui'Hornld' says ! ''No othor rrason is
apparent for tbu nomination ol Walto,
s-ivo thut (Ir.tn'.lsdiiteriiiinoil t- ri uiitalu
the man ho considers lbo best, but i.nt tho
man th- country considers lbo best.
Tho '1'ribuno' fayss "Of cotir 1 Mr.
Waitoi.i not tbo best man for tin pheo
b-it tlioro is no jjooJ reason why ho should
not bo promptly confirmed. To tho groat
mars of p.uplo who Imliovo In thn princi
ple for whloh wu'wnnt to war, niid who
rcgrd It tlio duty of tho Nnilonal Legis
lature to f rttfy nnii defend tlioio princi
ples by statul", at.itls tho duty of the
jiidlcUry to tako nnro thtt thoy rec'ivo no
di-triment Ibrough hostile construclionsof
law or tho cnnstitutlon, tho correct polit
ical nntoceJonU of Air. Wnlto will eocm
far mora Important thin nil tho learning
ami brilliant abilities of Ucn. Cuehing'
Tho 'Tlmo' says! "Tlio . nomination of
J-i.I Vutto to tlio post of Ohli-f Justice
of tho Supremo Cjurt l.i a thoroughly re
spectable ono, un win meet witn nttio op
position from any quarter. Ho Ii a man
of very high psrsotial character, of ro-co-jni.'od
ability, and cf quito tulliclont
slauuing in his prolcsMon lo justify tho
belief that ho will make a good Chief Jus
tice. In nominating Judgo Wnito tbo
Proiidcnt has rhown nn enrnos'. desiro to
discharge a very dillhult duty In acoli'ci
cnticiii manner,' and witliout'relorenco to
tho party or psjvtto wli-hoi of any pnrtyi
of any cjiquo in Vi'ashlrgton on lsonlicro!'
CiM'iNKA-n. .lanuarv 20. Tho 'Com
rmorclul.' ciimmenlini: upon the nominn-
tion of Yi ailc- Tor chler justice, says : "It
is, from every point of view n rcspectablo
nomination, ono that will bo widely in-
dnrod ly tho bar and satbly tho dcMro of
tun people." lbo r.nnutror sev3
"Though Waitoe nsmo Is not thn most
hining among tho jurists of tho United
Stnto', his nomination will iottlntho vexed
question of tho chief justiceship moro sat
i.sfuctorlly to thn lbo public than v.-o havo
dared to oxpoct. Tno 'llazetto says
"Tha nomination is not only unexcep
tional in every way, but an admirable ono
and there can bo V.o reason to doubt Its
CniiACio, January 2rj. Tho looming
papers all havo something to fay on tho
nomination cf Mr. Walto for chief jus
tice Tho 'Inter Ocean' speak of him as
of n modeM and n--irlng disposition, with
tathor conservative tendencies, but acloro
student, n ripe scholar nnd modol lawyor,
and looks for his c-villrmitton without op
position. Tbn-'I'ribunt' saja: "All that is f.iia of
Morrison P.. Wait, t'jo president's third
numlnatlon for Cbiof Justice, is so far to
his crodit. Ho comes of Illustrious Judi
cl.il piront', his father liavhig boon Ohlof
Justice of Connecticut, "nd ono of tlio
most eminent juri'ts of New England.
He Is n gradualu of Yale, und is fifty-eight
years of ago. His assiduous devotion to
thn practico of law has provoncd him from
achieving a cheap popularity, but placod
him xcari.Hta' at to hoia or iiio b-r of
respectful attention in the last two years
for his services nt Uonovu, as counsel for
tlio United States, tnd at Columbus, Ohio,
as president of tlio constitutional conven
tion, over which lio, was president vbon
he and tho country wero surprised by his
nomination.1' Tho 'Times' donounces tho
nomination in tovorn tonus, and says;
"Verily tho shades of Jay and Marshall
nnd Tunoy and Chaio miy rlso to protest
against a profanation of thoir vonerated
seat by n man so utterly incapable of fill
ing it nccoptably."
A llrollior-Sluyer ntul Coiicrnl Mur
derer ia .lull Hob Tni'iiurN Crime-
Held lor Taking Two lAu and
l.oasllng of Forty Yiclini.).
Mii.WAUcnr, Wis., Jan. 17, 1S7I.
Hub Turner, of Potosi, Grant countv.
Wi.cunsiu, Ij uh been ni rested for tho mur
der of his brother Albert. Tho inquett,
which lis just been concluded, revealed a
bloodthirsty propensity on the part of Hob
surpaesicg even tli!t of tho Ilendor fnmily
of murderer. Tho murdered man v;&s
hilled with an exo, bis head being nearly
soveroi irmn ut uo-Jy, as no whj coming
oui oi a mineral time in wiiiuu lie mid
been r.t Work. .Ho foil back speechless
and never moved. Tho murderer thon
culled to another brother, who was in an
adjoining shaft, and this brother, whoso
niiiini Is Nekton, commenced cllini'lm; out.
Wlion ho roacbed the surface ho faw tho
body of bis murdered isrother Albort, and
was about to run, whou llob soixod him,
and showing tho bloody axe, threatened
to kill him Instantly unless ho would
swoar to tisiist him in .
l-UTriNli TUK 1I0IJY AWAY
and to preiervo silonco. 'J his liowton
assented to, but on tho first opportunity
ho escaped to Potosi, wboro ho gavo tho
alarm and thn murdcror flod to L'incfwtor.
He was pursued, arrested and lodgod in
prison, wl.cro ho soon
aiti:mi-tki Tint Lin; or ins Ki:t;i-i.u.
Tlio socond of Turner'fi murders, whloh
has just comn to liiht, U thttt of (l)nuy
Notly, n youth of Etlenhoro. Hob Tunr
nor wat thero cutting hoop polos for Mr.
Hell, On Tuesday, Dtcotnbor 2:i, tlio boy
itnrtcd from Hell's to visit bis mother,
who resided In Now California. His road
lay through tlmbor holoaglng to Mr. Hal
ley, whnro Turner was al work. That
was the last seen of Nooley until tbo Uth
of January. Tho pooplo residing in tho
nolghlmrhoud having heard of
1 1' un kk' a mu run: no is i'iioi'i:nitv
and knowing that young Nooly had lo
pnt near w hero ho was at work, turned
out en Friday hint to bunt for Neelv's ro
mains. Eight men started from 'lloll's
and searched tho ground on ouch tldo of
the road. When tiioy arrival upon tho
promise where Turner hail been chopping
thoy found thn body, whlcli lay us it had
fallen two weeks boforo. Tho position in
which the body lay indicated the courto
tho blow from tbo nxo hud taken. Tho
boy's head was nearly cut from tho body
only hanging l' n small piece of skin of
tho buck aud front of tho neck, the nxo
ULVAIt THRnUUlI TUK NL'l'K,
Tho body was taken caro of, and tho jury
ompannulled to hold an inquest found a
verdict "that OIney Neely, iigtul (ourtoon
yours, caino to bis death from tho blow of
an axo In tho hands of Robert Turner.
TWO OT1IKU VICTI1IH.
Several othor myelerloui murders havo
taken pluce in tho localitiei In which
Turner had been soon. Marshal llonnott
visited tho prisoner and inked him
to confess if hn had any haml in thorn.
Ho dually confessed thut ho remuinbord
killing two moro. Ono was n stranger
whom hu had oncountored In a deep ra
vino at thn baek f ti10 iioor arm fiml
thereupon attacked ftnd'miirdereJ, hiding
iiinoouy. i ue niier man no mei on l'io
read to Alusknila. svbnrn hn vrnt fnlnif In
net work, llo savs that tho latter made
threatening gos lures, ahd he feared ho was
going to tako his lire; to ho closed with
him, and with n four pound weight which
he carried In his pocket, struck him two
Mows over tho byes.
NMASIIINO IV inn - KI LL
and killing him Instantly, llo drnignd
tint imiiy into tho bushes nnd secreted It
Hi ic monstku rt ni.oonv i:"-iis,
Now that ho has confessed lie dellithtn
to Nik of thn many persons bo has killed.
llo I'luats over tlio skill with whirli lio has
conrcnlod their bodies, and declare that
If they w.'ro got together there would bo
nearly forty of tlmni.
rom ci j p.
A NOT I Hill I'OKT II AN (tONt.
Ili.Ht.iN. .lanuarv 21. A. II. llnllnunn.
of I'nllcrs I.ebon, popular (l-rinnn poel
died to-day at tho ago of 7".
Ollk-o of Obkervalion, Sljjiial Service I". S
nriny. Dally rcpott ol tho stage ol water,
with tins change for Ihu 21 hours ending
3 o'clock p. m., January 21, 1HTI,
Forj. lien ton....
.IcH'en-on City ..
New Orleans .
Yankton I 0
l)etow hluu water marK.
Observer Mir. Ser. U. ri. A
1'iTTsnur.d, January -l Kivcr on a
stand, with 13 feet 2 iiicho.
Ni:w OiiLEAN, January 21 No arri
vals or depar urcs. Weather cloudy and
Cincinnati, January 21-Departed
Cliarmiir, JCvansvllle, nnd Hhippor s Own,
isu.siiviiiii. juvor risirjg.
Namivii.lk, January 21 Departed
F.ddjvllle, upper Cumberland. Weather
clear and pleasant. Itlvor falling slowly.
wun i. iuci on mo suoais,
i:vANSviLi.r, Jnnuary 21. Foggv all
nlsht : cloudy and warm to-dav. Mr
cury f.o to CO. P.lver stationary with 22
foot by mark. Port list "Down
Wiirncn nnd barges, Illuo Lodco and
barges, Mnry Amont, Idlowlld. I'p
i aiis rnoi. iiusincss uuu.
Tender Whito river; MauderNow(;
, vmi hfviuo, irKansas rivor. De-
ompon lican, Louisville
iuiiiooi icxas, Arkansas rivor; Molllo
a.uorv, .ewurieans: Jlenrv Ames: St
Lou.ii. enthor cloudy and warm, with
iiKui. tiiuur. iiio river s r i n - lnlv
...M,i-.iuuunfj- i. 0 arrivals
oopertccl Alice, Memphis. Klvor rising
and loveral of tho upper streams aro re
ported swolllng. Tholca Is all gono, nnd
iuu vuiuari;uuii naviaaiion is raisod. Tho
Kpuoi v.ny goi mrougii mo gorgo to
npouirarueau to-day. Thogorgo extendi
from tho mouth ot tho Ohio to Thompson's.
Tho channel from Jironks' to Price's Is
uiockcu, mil tlio Uinitol City paued
nrounu in lour and a hall feet water. Tho
weaincr is clearing up nnd Is vory mild
Mr.Ml-HIH, January 21. Flour quiot and
uuu uiiuiiniiceir ivorn meal easy and ac
tivo nt 3 S0fiiZ 3,-i. (
but at lower rates 72,7:1. O ils, ilmnnmi
fair but lit lowor ratos 285t). Hay qutot
i mm iiuuuHiiyuu, urnn rcarco anil arm at
isj. liutlor, scarce and llrrr, choice 3G(i.)
38. V.zzs dull and'prlcos droonioL' at iu.
02". Lard domand good at 9Jlo. Hulk
meats demand good at C(3)CJ. Shoulders
Ciiic aoo, Jsnwtry 21, Flour dull and
uncliancod. Wheat fair domand and ad.
vnnced, No 1 spring 1 2201 22J ; No 2
i a csn,i vjj i-etiruary, l -jb Jtarch, No
3, 1 17. Corn Sail demand and ndvancod.
No 2 mixed 09c cash; fJJc February, now
No 2 mixed CHc. Oats fair domand and
advanced, No 2, 41 go cash; 42Jo February
Kyo firm, No 2, 7779c. Harley, No 2
fall dull, 1 40(77)1 45; No 3, fucsh receipts,
i -ui oj, i-rovissions quiot. I'orlc dull
anu n suauo inwor,M L'ocasii,H 7o .March,
Lard null and lowor, 8 05 cash, 0 CO Fob
'J .10 March. Hulk meats quiet and tin.
chanced, shoulders fi'c; short rib 7ic.
Hams 18 llu nvorago 8Je. AViliskoy quiot
nnu ur.c,nangc, yuc.
Nr.w 0iili'.an, .January 21. l-'lour
quiet; lino n OOj-XXC 25; XXX C 7fi
7 75 ; family 8 OOfTiVJ 25. Corn scarcu
anu urm at bo. Oats scarce and Arm ut
59K00. Jlran firm at 1 OOffll In. Hav
quiii ; prime vi uu ; cuoicn --i ou. Dry
salt ino.ita dull at 0, 8J, 8J, 11 neon dull
at 3J, 9J, 0; hams 12. Lard in light sup
ply and t'ood demand : tierco 8?fift91; kac
U3(7ilO. SuL'fir dull: infurior 4-m5A!
common GQ,ji j fair to fully fair (i;9:
primo to ciioico epjy'.i- moisesos uuu and
KMrco; common 47; cittern bottom Gl ;
primo to cholco (j1GJC8, Whisky dull and
lowor; Loui.inna 00; Cincinnati 1 03
Coll'oo quiot nt 2lfo27J. Corn mo.il dull
at 3 20.
St. Louis, Jnnuary 21. Flour dull and
weak; super 4 75()5 25; X 5 G05 76;
XX li oOfJiJO .0; XXX i! 60(707 00; fam-
ny v .'i(ii;h -m; iimcy B 00(0'.) oil. Wheat
dull nnd lowor; No 2 fprlng 1 25J1 t!C;
tioii rcu iau oncrou 111 1 -is; no buyers;
No 2 sold at 1 OJ. Corn Inactive: No 2
mixed C06'.iJ. Oats inactive; No 2
mixed 1314. Harley inactive, but sol
len llrm; fair to good medium 1 20fj7)
1 aw primn 10 sirict v nr mo 1 lOfuii 65:
oholco 1 OOfTjl C5, Hyo dull at 8l"8H,
i orK quiei 10 .i jonoing anu nrunr lots,
(Ircon meats quiet; shnuldors 5J; clor rib
71; clor 7j: bams 81, Dry salt meats ac.
tive; loo.'o sliouldors C?; clear rib 75(317?:
clesr 7;i5y3; shoulders and clear rib, Inn
half of .March, up tho country C8. Ha
con stonly; shoulders 71,9; clear sides,
seller Jlarcli, uj. J.ard held grm at 8j
for round lot of prime steam. Whiskv
dull and drooping itt 11007, Hogs qultt
j WW -0
A. .1. ltOK, M. I).
Olllce ovcrThonlH .V Hio'ii. giocury btore,
No. Lit Coiiiinerclal uvenuo, l-oriier Kighth
street. Iteildence corner Waihlngton m
nue hud Fourteenth Mieet.
winjrr. .v co, A:
(Siircoton to L. Jorp.cnsen,
StAVI.K iV: l'NCY CiHOfiKHlKH,
- AMI -
II ATM, CAPS,
HOOTS, 3IIOK3, Ac.
Ami Country Proituco of all kinds.
WASHINGTON A VIlNI'r,
Corner ot Tweiilioth Street,
rvTjrA supplv of cholci) bnltiir from
northern darie constiutly nn band,
hamuI'i. p. viii:i:i,i:u,
TTURNKY k IM'JNSI'I.OIt AT LAW
Olllce ovi-r KIrs-t .SatloiiAl liniik. IMMin
o. w. viii:mlf.h,
WOOD VX 3D COAL
omCli A XI) YAM):
Tenth street, bctwueu Wufliliiloii and
A ktrge supply of l'flUburg and Illg
.Muddy coal coiiKtaiilly on band, Stou
Aood hawed to order. Order for ceal or
wood iboulil bo leM atthe olln-n on Tenth
tsri-et. Tel in", i-ai-li on delivery.
Liverpool N.Turk hJ PtilU.UIpLli
CID1 CSMTI1C1 WITH VXImb STlTti ill. tkltllt
Kur Curbing tijo Mil-
VOli l'AHSAOK TICJKKTS
oa icttnaa oiaitini
APPLY TO JOHN- O. A ir
14 liroilmj VewTbtk, orln
II. H o 11 p S ,
WAHD & 1IOHKRTS,
DSALKKH IN WINDOV7 SlIAIlIK,
Wall Pai-kb, Puiib Wiiit
Lkad, LiNbXKn Oil
Sl'IUITtf TUUI-KNTINU, (1lu
120 Commercial avenue.
UAlRn, - Il.l.INOI
Caiko 5ox and IJaskkt Co
LTDIBEll OF ALL KINDS
I I.V K I) AMI NOrr.
K'cop Lontautlr on banii
Fl.OOMINO A.NII SlIll.VO, AI.HO LATH,
MILL AMI VAKl) COUNRn TIlIllTr-roUllTIl
WTKKKT ANIJ OHIO LKVEK.
FJiE iMILLINERY GOODS
l'KICNII I'AI.L STYI.KH.
M Jl S . M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrn. Bwanders,)
annouuccN that hIio Iiuh just opened n htao
asiortmcnt ol the
Millinery (loods to be lound m tho market
3lm ii'IM I-...... n..
a.tU .1. RVtJI HI, llIIUIl
Hath, Honnkts, Flowjsus, Hiiiuonh
DltKi-M Thimminos nv Ait K'iui,,
Laiiikis Fuiinisiiino Goonu, Notions,
VUI.I.AIIII, UiNDKllMLEKVES, liUKM,
Ami nil frnnilu I nun tl In tnllllnnr.. ,i.,n. n
eah price-. Jlrn. .I.'ickson rehpcctfiill y
HBKriui-uiHiiiunuoiiui iuu laiaonao wm.:u
lias been so Mbtiulljr beatsowcit upon ber by
miu Miiiua it 1 . an 11 uuu 1UU IL'lIIll Y
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IISTWBBS WAhK'K AVINUH AND WALarjl
Dr. II. r, rtUn Inlnras trie jiubllo thut Ii hn
I 1 v n 11 r is t a
Ji U AH
on tho Eorthwsjt BlJo of Tualh slretl m nam
Hli-HUtUa will Lo fuiDiiibuJ with uous but lh
AND GOOD VKUIOLK&
outh of tl 0 U ,y und night with rufc teams
n it lam,,, 4
via mo luntilt, (tUliURt
Dr. Kinlilft hhV-u uhurA nf niil.lln nslrnnsni.
and will entlcuvor to merit it by tail ileaUu
im rmiifc m-twiiLitiu UI IMINIIIUBn.
K. iMAXWJUjIj & (JO.,
.Mauuraetiirers ami Dealcr.s In
MAOIilNE & BURNICJ OILS
AXLE Gil EASE.
ALo A,'0iits for tho
.No, 710, North Adams rifrcet,
sit, Louis, Jlo.
. II. MATMU'IS, II, C. DHL
.MATH USS.V Dills
(J O M M I H n I II N M I'. It 0 II A N T 15
H?' F.O ITTt: t3T-iA X'J:
HAA" A HI) WKHTHN PIUHHIOK.
J. M. I'lllLLIl'S,
Korwrtrdiiiij; and ComuiiBBioTi
prtiparrd to forward all kinds of freight
lo all polnlK.
Ilil-lncus ntteliilcd to nrolniitlv.
I). AYBHU. K. .1. AYCrtt
AYE11S k CO.,
F L O 'CJ B
(iKNKRAIi COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 7H I.hii,Ohio(Uiri. Iliji.
U'(H)I) klttknuuii.sk a into.
(Jeneral (,'omuiifiiicin Meroliants
ma niiin i.kvkk
L'OKKKY, HAHUISUN Sc CO..
(!;ui:itsors to U, Hurd .V Son.)
ri.4lss,II(AIN ANSI HAT.
No C.1 Ohio Uvwj, (JAlKO,;iLI.S.
II. A. Thorns L. I). Thomn
T1IOM3 & HROTUKH,
SucceiiOtrs to U. M. Union,
COMMISSION ilKUCHANTS, BROKERS
AND DKALSIltt IX
SiSApIo nnd Funny flros-arlM,
Forelsn and Domeftio
.134 Commercial Avenue, . '
M1LLKR ft 1'AKKKK,
UKALKHH IN FLOUH, COKN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOKNTS rou KAIKliANK'S SCALES
OBlo Lavoe. CAIRO. U.LlNOlrt.
(J. I). WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
No. 7C Ohio I.cvn, CAIKO, ILLS.
KfTSpcclal attention given to consign
ment and llllln orders. ll.- tl
JOHN B. PHLLIH & 80N
IHuoosi.ora to John H. PMllli,)
DKALKH8 IN HAY, OOHN, OATH,
Flour, Moal, liran, &c,
AOKNTS KlUl LA KLIN AND KAN D
Uuu. TicNru Sri-.isKT Ann Onto I.Kvrt
l'K T K H 0 C 11 Ji,
PL OUR MERClIAN'l
So. 0 SS1IIU I.KVKK.
3-'J0tf. OAIKO, ILLINOIS
N. II, ThMltwoed. r. ,1, 'Ihistewnod
Commission Mbb chants
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
No. ,a OHIO I.KVKK,