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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLET fN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1874.
t theCltf- mm Ceaaty.
OH H, OBKBLT, Editor tad Publltaei
TJOUU OF THUS DAILY UULLKTIN
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One year by earrier, ha advance 10 00
Oat year by carrier If not paid In
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OM year 10 00
T1UI 07 WKIKLT BULLBTIN.
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Six Moalk 7ft
Tkree Months CO
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ustter every !
Pkmiskxt GsUirT has not yet signed
tne bill repealing the telary increase. Ru
taori of a Tto ere not credited.
The expense of the board of railroad
and wafetseas commissioners hai been
tine teat wiaWrtwoaty-two thousand dol
lar!. & "
BivATon 9CMXCR It tald to be the only
membercf tbe Senate who refuiod to rote
for the conOrmatton of Walto ai Chief
"vYAaHivoTOH dispatches say that
Btoherdion will resign that Delano -will
be secretary of the treasury and that
Bristow will be appointed secretary of
Tib celebrated Siamese twins died at
Mount Tlry in North Carolina on last
Saturday. Chang had boon ailing for
teeat ameathi and at last expired suddonly
kis death being followed by that of Eng in
two hours afterward.
Tnm Paris and Decatur, Cbletgo and
Fadacak, Chicago and Iowa, Gilmore,
Clinton and Sprlngtleld, and Chicago, Po
kin and Southwestern railroads have
notified the board of railroad and
warehouse commissioners that they
will adopt the freight and pasten
gar tariffs prepared for their roads by the
Tin Iowa house of reprosentatirtt is
till unorganitod. The republicans and
aati-aseaepollit stand Arm with an equal
number of rotes on the speakership. An
offer from the republicans to the anti-mo-nopolisU
to compromise by the former
taking the speaker, the latter all the other
officers except the postmaster and his at
tiiteat, was unhesitatingly refused.
Tbb Vandorbuilt Unlren'.'.y, under the
raaaagemaat ol the Melboii i Kt!'copal
Oherck Beath, with an endowment f "no
ailllioa dollars, half of which was given
by Con motor e Vanderbuilt, of New
Terk, has been located at Nathville, Ten
at, and the buildings which are now
in the course ot construction, will be com
pleted by tkelfirst of January 1874, at
wklek Usee It ie proposed to orcanlso and
itka first regular session.
Ia a Message to the house of represen
latitat. Ooreraor Bereridge asks that
body to make an appropriation of seven
tkoBaaad.eight hundred and forty-two dol
lara to the Antletam National cemetery, in
reteae to a memorial of its board of
Unfit. The cemetery Is to cost one
hundred thousand dollars and the amount
aataei abore tt the assessment of Illinois.
Xcept Delaware, Illinois is the only state
wblck hat not paid Its quota. On Monday
the bouse refused to tote for tbo appro
priatioa, This was done on the score of
aeonsMBT, wo suppose, llut to be saying
la the matter of grave stones tor her dead
soldiers U a carefulness In regard to tho
solccot wklek the people of the sUte will
COMPDL80RI KDUOA'lION IN
The lUtoail Bouse of Representatives
by a vote of eighty-eight yeas to forty
three nays, hat (passed tbo compulsory i
edoeettooi-Vm which provides that chil
dren between the ages ot nine and fourteen
yean shall be tent to school at least three
month In the year, of which six weeks
thai! bo consecutive ; that they shall bo
taagbt read log, writing, Knglish grammar,
geography and arithmetic ; the school di
rect ikall tupply boekf , and the over
sew of lha poor, clothes, to indigent chil.
drea; and the directors shall prosecuto
parents e4 guardians who fall to tend
their ehlldrea to school, and that they
Btayba in4 front one to five dollars a
weekdarUg thirteen weeks.
When the Senate passes tho bill, as
there it nojdoubt it will, school directors
aad overseers of lbs poor v. ill havs new
duties to perform. Mchool directors will
kave to keep a sharp aye on all the chll
drea of their tchool districts and see that
bo shiftless parents of children between
the ages of tlx and fourteen are evading
Its) law; the wardrobes of children who
an) poorly clad and outof school will have
ie be inspected by the overteert of the
poor, wkos duty It will be to tear down
tko veil of pride which the poverly-strick-a
taeae time, in thlt land of the free
tad tt Bapoblican equality, endeavor to
threw around the wretchedness of their
prlTate life, and in the name of progress
tad kuBUsUy.woapol them to beoooie the
bJaoU of Ik ekarity of the ttaU.
TjBdar tbe oBtpulaor education bill
Ua iUte assume the guardlapsbip of all
tbo children wltbla lU limlU, and like all
JUtttea! nsaaeuras, aJeu to give Into the
i ef tho aUlo, the power which should
COLFAX'S BXOTHER IS.LA1T.
One of the most astounding systems of
mall robberies ever known in this steto
has lately beon unearthed by special
agents of the post office department, and
the whole matter wat made publio yester
day by the arrest of Kllsha Cowlos, post
al agent on the Chicago, Bock Island and
raofflc railroad. To begin at the begin
nine, suspicions were excited against
Oowlct last fall, for the first time. On Oc
tober 0, 1873, Mr. Charles Stewart, .tho
dry-goods morchant of tho city, mailed a
letter 'containing $20, directed to a party
at Downey, Iowa. Tho lotter left Daven
nort on the morning of Octobor 7, on
Cewlcs' run, but it never reached its des
tination. Postmaster Kutsell im
mediately reported the esse
to the department at Watbinclon,
and ho, together with special agents, J. K.
BraurL of Iowa City, and J. D. Furray of
Omaha, proceeded to Investigate the case.
It tcok somo time to work up the matter
o as to fasten tho robbery directly on
Cowles, but the agents wero fully tatistled
of his guilt a fow days after taking the
case in band. So decoy loiters were sent
out, and other measures were takon to ef
fect their purpose. On Monday morning
last tho special detoctivot Stuart and
Furay arrived In Davonport and wore In
consultation with Postmaster KutaM for a
long tlmo. They also remained hero Mon
day night waiting for Cowles to take hit
run, tboy having at last brought the case
to a focus. On Tuesday morn
ing Cowles loft tho city In
.chergo of his car, and Hie detec
tives were also passongeri on soe same
train. Yesterday morning Mr. Ktissell
received a dispatch from the detectives,
stating that they had just arrested Cowlos
in his car noar Avoca. it biio tiatea mat
when arrested Cowlos had ono of the de
coy letters In hts hand and others In hu
possession, lie mado a full confession of
all his robberies. Tho confotsion will not
be mado public, but it ft itatod that ho has
been rifling letters for years past, and that
for several weeks he hu been htealing let
ters at the ratojof fifty a day. He appoara
to have exercised little caution In his op
orations, and to have broken into letters
by the wholesale In a perfectly reckless
aod Indiscriminate nun nor. Tho prisoner
was takon to Dfs Moines and placed in
Kllsha Cowlos has had an eventful llfo,
and has seen much trouble and many
changes, lie is. Ulty-two years old, is a
native of New .England : he went from
his native state to Michigan, where be
went Into business and amassed much
wealth, bolng at ono time ono of the rich
est men in tho town where he lived. At
that titno he ownnd and operated two
lerte saw mills and was prospering finely,
when misfortuno camo, and he was twice
burned out. loosine oach time over thirty
thousand dollars. About oiaht rears ago
ho came to Iowa and bought a tract of
land near Kellogg, Jasper county, and
upon this farm ho has ever since resided
with his family. lie has been married
twice, bis second wife bolng a half-sister to
Sobuyler Collar, lie nas a large ramny,
consisting of his wlto and nine children,
tho eldest being a son twen-tv-one
veers of aire. Mrs. Cowles If said
to be a vory fine woman, much superior to
ber husband in many respects, ana nos al
ways been a cood and true wife and
mother. She deeply feels ber husband's
disgraco. Cowlet lies been mail agent on
tho Davenport run of tho C. It. I. and 1.
for seven years: he hat alwtya beon re
garded at at a good reliable clerk, but
never at a very tmart or officlont one. He
bad always been recanted at strictly hon
est ud to the date of tho disclosures, last
October, and what Incited him to cbooso
career ot crime which bo certainly must
have known would result In dlsclosnre and
disgrace It not known, hit actions cannot
bo accounted lor. uncase win come be
. . OT, ' 1.1 .
fore the United States circuit court at its
next term, and hit punishment, no doubt,
will be Imprisonment tor a term ol years
in tbo ponttentiary.
A CLAIMANT FOR THE IIKITIKH
London Cor. Cincinnati Commercial.
Here is a circular, just out, admonish
ine us that anothor claimant has appearod,
the estate In tlilt caso being only tbo
crown of England. Thomas Frederick
Oeorce Ouelph, of 4 Thornhlll Crucent
Ualmbury, iiondon, proclaims hit ability
and resolution to prove that bo It "Duke
of York, rightful and lawful descendant
by the legal marriage between Oeorge
me iairu ana uanuau jigniioo;, ana en
titled to the Armt of Hanover and the
Drtcon of Wales, "and that tho so-called
Prince of "Wales it only entitled to tho
Armt of Saxe-Coburg tho Armt that
were bit fathers." Tom I (at we call him
for short) writes : "My mother's father
(the Kev. David Davies, who was a strict
l'rottitant minister, and the last maledes
enndentof Llewellyn, the King of vvalei),
after having been dead many years, was
excommunicated by a priest on lalm Sun
day, in the yoar 1&72, at St. Albans,
Brooke street, Holborn, B. O." This is
mysterious, but looks as It Tom I. had
two strings to that bow with which be is
to shoot the golden apple from Albort's
bead. Hut the Tichborne trial must en
courage him. How much will It cost to
provo that ho Is not tbo ton of Oeorge
111 and Hannah Light foot 7 It Isold
how long that pretty littb Quakeress
Hannah haunts the royal bouse, l'oor
King Ooorge whon ho Indulged in that
flirtation could have had llttlo idoa that it
would kIvo rise to two Parliamentary do-
bates and two eostly trials, with no end to
scandals. It Is tald that Queen Victoria
has not boon to gay since her husband's
dqatn as on tho day whon she
beard of the death of Mrs. Kivot the
old lady who, until throo yean ago, tat
by hor flreleit hearth fumbling over tbe
papers which (in her belief and tbnt of
tome ol tn nest lawyers in England) en
titled hor to tbo crown ; and now Han
nah, so repeatedly laid to rost, starts up
in a new avaur.
CHAMPION ti.VS WORKS.
From present developments near Mat-
toon, it looks at If Illinois bas enough na
tural gat power i tuppiy an mo needful
light and neat, ana inrow uer coal nelds
away. Mr. Champion was boring fur
water, and got tlrou ol tbe placo bo had
tunk bit drills, U withdrew tbem and
up rushed a stream of carburettod hydro
gen gas with a roar that could bo hoard
hundreds of yards, and a smell that wat
not tuggettlvo if tbe otto of rotni
or tbo balm of a thousand liowl
crs. The ttrctio of unpleasantness poured
on. and Champion bugun to think about
pulling up stakes and moving away from
tbe malodorous tpot of earth. Before he
committed thlt rath act the tbouzht ttrack
him that the gat might be utilised, It
had now ten belching rortb its nastlness
for teveral days, and he went near enoueb
to apply a whltp of lighted straw to tbe
spout. There wat a very lively explosion
aad sheets of fire stwmed to cover
in very noavent. rue jei ot gat
continued to throw up a column ot
fir thltty feet high. It wat a white
clear light and left no tmoke or odor. He
hi bit it. He hid git works put up im.
mediately, and fixtures in bis bouso. He
conducted the gtt to all bis rooms for
lighting purpoues and to hit ttoretand
ire-places for beating. Then he applied
tbe match aud had a grand Illumination.
Tt was like enchantment. He hu broken
Lit lamps and tandlestiokt, and warms and
llsrbti bit bouio and cooks and eats and
tor tho un, moon or ttars, turns
up bit enlightened non at
cotl wood and kerosene, and
tone, and hat no gouging gas bills to pay
to tomo bloated corporation at tho end of
every month. Now ho contemplates be
coming a corporation himself, and light
ing the town of Mattoon. Lately a neigh
bor of Mr. Champion, Mr. Dole, com
menced boring, and ho bat just struct: gas
on hit place. Now Champion and Dolo
are talking of combining their gat power
and lighting Illinois ns far at tho tupply
will go. Thoro appears to be no doubt
that tho state bat enough ready-mado
light and heat in ber bosom to illuminate
and warm her for aget to come. She may
woll claim to liavo tho Champion gat
Mn. A i.. SraLDiNO, the pitcher of tho
Boston bato ball club, leavet for Europo
noxt Saturday to rnako arrnngouients for
a foreign tour during tho coining teaton,
of the lloston bato ball club and tbo Ath
letic baso ball club, of Philadelphia, Tho
arrangementi ar for enough crlckotort to
accompany the party to onablo both samos
to bo played, and the programmo contem-
Elated Is cricket In tbe morning and baso
all In tbo afternoon. Boston 'Post.'
Reported Expressly For the Bulletin!
i'Koei:i:i)iis in thk iiousr.
DAVIS' M:V CUKltKXCY
THK POSTAL TELEUKAPH ML'HKMK.
CHIKI' JUST1CF. WAITK AT CIV
TELl'.dUAPHIC MAUKKTAND ItlVF.K
A NIW HILL,
Wasiiixqtom, January 22. Tho fol
lowing it tbo text of a bill reported to
day by Sonator Davit from tho committee
on wayt and meant:
WHzniTAtt, The existing uncertainty hi
to whuther tho nmount of logal tundor
notes now authorlzod by law to be kept in
general circulation it S3bG,uuo,ooo or $40U,
000.000 it calulated to doraneo tbe business
of tbe country and unsettle values, there
fore Be It enacted, That tbe provisions of
the law oiiitine prior to tho passage of
tbo act approved April 1.', entillol
'an act to amend an act lo provide wayt
and meant to support the government,'
approved March 3d, 1805, bo and thosamo
are beroby declared to bo in lorco, so as to
authorize tno amount or iw,uuu,uuu.or
logal lendor notes of tho United States to
be kept in gennrai circulation, and tho to
tal amount or united states legal tenae
notos Issued or to bo Issued shall never ex
reed $400,000,000. .
The Senate committee on commerce to
day agreed to report favorably on tho
West bill, giving tho secratary of war full
control over tho channel of tho Minis,
tippi river, whon drodging by the United
States government It in pro?
grett. The bill authorizes him
to proscribe binding regulations,
any vlolatlonof which will bo punishablo
by the United States courts.
Sonator Wost, of Louisiana, Sonator
Window, of Minnesota, and Representa
tive Steward, of Missouri, appeared bo
fore thocoinmitleo and explained tbe ne
cessity of enacting tho bill. They stated
of New Orleans, In order to securo tho con
tinuance of thelrprosont monopoly, are In
the habit of sinking vessels and otherwise
blockading the bar so at to imped, and
sometimes wholly ttop the work of ex ca
tion, A l'ROTKHT.
Thero was a protett presented in the
Houio to-day a protest of tho Ooneral
Indian Council of the Indian country,
organlzod under the treaty of 18C0,agalnst
the establishment of a territorial govern
ment In that country.
THK l'OSTAI. TILEOKAI'll HC1IKMR.
The coinmittoo on post-olllccs and post
roadt of tbe .Son ate held another mooting
to-day to hear tho continuation of Mr.
Orion's argument against tho postal telo
graph scheme. Heipoko until the ad
journment of tho committoo, which meott
again to-morrow, to hoar still further from
Mr. Orton. (i. G. Hubbard, of Mass.,who
Is a friend of tho proposod measure was
present taking notes, nnd will probalily ro.
ply to Orton.
THK CUI'.UKtiCT Q,UKtT10N,
Mr. Forry, of Michigan, for tho pur.
post of obtaining a vote on the iueition
of incruK'ing the currency, and in order
to relievo the pressing wants of business
has waived tbe remainder of his resolu
tion, but as soon at the question of increase
is disposed of ho will prou to a vote the
other provisions of his resolution .
WAhlllNuro.v, January '-'J Mr. An
thony from tbe committee ou printing re
ported favorably on tho rosolution mak
ing it unlawful for tho congressional
printer to print in tbo Coogreesional Re
cord any speech or part of a speech not sc.
tually delivered in tbe teuato or houso of
at. Davit introduced a bill lor tbe fur
ther Improvement of tbe great JCannwhii
Mr. Morton submitted tho following
retolutlm, which wtt laid ou the table
and ordered prlutod!
Resolved, That the committed on trans
portation routes to tbe tea board be In
ttrucled to couslder and report a bill creat
ing a commission of five eminont and skill
od persons, to be appointed by the presi
dent by and with the consent of tbe sen
ate, who thall examine and rtport to con
gress what legislation Is necotsary and
practicable in regard to Inter-state rail
roads to promote the following objects,
rit.: Tbe speedy traniportlon at reas
onable rates of freight ; tbo talety and
comfort of passengert by providing for
tbe Inspection of bridges, tracks, locomo
tives and cart and a rtform ef any abuse
taat may exist in consequence or extortion
tlon of frelchtandrjaatanaart. andla per.
eral what iogulatloas.aro necessary to pr
mote tho efficiency of railroad interests af
cnnimorco and the convenience and safely
.L ... ,1, . 1 , -
ui iuo irnveniDg puoiic.
Mr. juorton said on Tuosday noxt to
would take a thort time to express lis
vlowt cn the subject.
IIavasna, January r2. The caclaln
general has askod tor an additional rtln
forccmcnt from Spain.
Columuus, Janunrv 2 'J. In tho Senate
this aiternoon, the Senate bill repealing
the fottol railroad law pasted with only
one negativo vote.
From Lynn, Coun.
Lynx. Januarv 21!. At old Lynn, tho
birthplace of .ludgo Walto, tho citizens to
day a rod ataluto In honor of hit ap
pointment and confirmation as Chief Jus
tice From Richland, Yu.
TRIED TOR MURDIR.
Kiciir.iKK, Nn, January 22, 1874-
Tbe trial of W. P. McCarty, charged
with the murdor of John B. Mordloa, It
progressing. This Is the duelling case
wnicn occurred last ily.
SU.-UM U, ANTHONY.
Aliuny, January 22. Miss Blakoand
Susan B. Anthony appeared before
the judiciary committed of tbe assembly
to-night, and argued in favor of woman
suffrage and agttlnst taxation witbouth
From Ynnkton, Dakota.
WIXTKHMUTK, TUB MURItERER.
Yankton. January 22. Chief Justlco
Shannon, this afternoon, after a lengthy
argument by tho counsel on a motion for
n change of venue in tlu caso against
Wlntormuto tbo murdorer of Secretary
MtCook, refused to grant tho order.
Inuianai'OLIs, January 22. A inoeting
of tho stockholder! or tbe I.ogansport,
Crawfordsvlllo and South western railroad
wat bold at Crawfordtville, Indiana, yes
terday. A board of directors wat elected
and tho following otlicert wero elected by
tho now board: S. D. Scbuylor, president;
I). 1). Dykoman, vice-president, and Ja.
II. Parris, Socrctary.
London. January 22. Dispatches from
Renang report that the Chinese continue
to make desporate resittunco to tne occu
nation of their country by tbe Dutch
They recently attacked tho principal
position held by tbe invaders, but met
with repulse. The Dutch army hat beon
JAT COOKE A CO.
Piiii.inuLi'HiA, January 22. Thlt
morning Judge Caldwaldor concluded to
allow a vote tor a committee of tbe cred
itor of Jay Cooko & Co., to bo resumed
the tamo at if thore had been an adjourn
ment. Accordingly a meeting of tho
creditors will be held this afternoon, to
give nil tho creditor! who havo not voted
an ODDortunilv to vote for the trustees
and committeo under tho -13d taction of
tho bakrupt act.
i t i -.
From New York.
Nkw Yohk, January, 22, lb74. A
meeting of tho president's oftho dllforont
coal companies here, agroed as follows;
For this year trade is to commence on tho
1st of March at an avorago advance of
10c prr ton. above prices "lio. Tho prices
per ton will be aftorwardt advanced otch
month to tho end of the season on tho fol
lowing scale: April Cc, May and June
10c, and July, August, Septomber, Octo
ber and November IS.
1'iTTMiiURo, January 22. A meeting of
citizens called by tho committeo of tbe
city council wat held at the city hall to
night to deviso ways and moans for tho
rollof of the destituto workmen In this
city. Ex-Mayor McCarthy presided. A
alight tpert of internationalism was de
veloped which caused considerable confus
ion and met but with little favor. A few
partios present mado contribution!, but
owing totuch a tinall number bolng pres
ent it wat thought host to adjourn until
.Saturday night when further steps will be
t n ken in tho matter.
1'rom Nan Francisco.
tar. suii' rAKTiJKit,
San Khamcihco, January 32. A tele
gram from Port Townsend, W. T., an
nounces the total loss of the ship Panther,
Ctpt. O. W. liotet, with all on board.
The Pantbor wat destined for Ban Fran
cisco; she had railed from Nnmalmo, W.
T., on Saturday last In tow of tbe steam
tug Ooliatb. When Co miles from her
tturting point alio encountered a terrltflc
galo which drove ber upon tho rocks at
Lilly point in Oeorgia bay. Tht Goliath
unable to render ber any assistance, sub
sequently ropalred to Port Townsond and
dispatched tbo sad nows. At tbe time of
tbe fatal occurrence, twonty-threo parson b
including tbo captain and his wife wero
on board. The Paotbor's cargo consisted
of 1,700 tons of coal.
Toi.xno, Ohio, January 22. Jetsup W.
Scott, one of the oldest and most highly
esteemed citizent of tho Miama Valloy,
diod at hit residence in thlt city thlt after
uoon. Ho established tbo first newspaper
published in the valloy, and at a later pe
riod was one of the proprietors of tbe
Illade.' Ho contributed much to tho col
umnt of homo paport and standard peri
odicals, and was the author or tho
pampblot entitled "The future Croat City
of tho World." Ho was tovonty.Qveyetrt
David Hlgglns, who was judge of tie
court of common pleat in thlt district from
1830 to 1S37, and hat held a clerkship at
Washington since 1838, died In that city a
tbort time since. He was eighty. four
Wasuimqtok, Jan. 22. Pwbabllltiet
For Now Eugland and thoneo wettward
over tbe northern portion of the Middle
states, cloudy weather with rtln and con
tlnutd high temperature anl falling bar
ometer ; during a portion ot tbe day the
wind will Increasing in force.
For iitko region, cloudy weather with
rain or snow during the night, followed
by rising barometer, lower temporaturo
and northorly to wtttorly winds.
For tho Northwest parllj cloudy aud
continued cold weather with snow in the
lower and etntral Mlttltiipp' valleys.
For lha Ohio valley aod (bonce south
ward to the Gulf, variable' winds with
arettof rain and lower teuperature by
For toutbtrn portion cfthe Middle
states and thence southward to Florida,
gtntrally fair weather and hgh tempera-
rare, eouintny wmai win woven in
From WUkeibarra, Fa.
WltxEtBASBii January 22. Bttwoen
four hundred and five hundrod men of
the Rottton Elmira coal company ttopod
work yesterday on account of the non
payment of wages due tinco October last.
Accouatt of meetings to beheld among
tbo minors for organization in all sections
are recoivea nero, ana but n lew dtyt win
elapse when thlt whole country will be
moro thoroughly organized tban for years
CUIKt' JUSTICE WAITK.
Cincinnati, January 22. Chief Jus
tice Walte met with a ro:eptlon at tho
Chamber of Commerco to-day. Ho it re
ceiving a great number of letten and tel
egrams conveying congratulations.
IN TUB IIOMIUIDK
thlt afternoon it wat Heroman Koct, ol tho
drug firm of Koct ti Morkoi, who killed
Andrew Mlller.and not Mr. Merkol,at tel
egraphed by mistake in nn nrtornoon-tele-gram.
Pat Naughton, a locouiotlvo (Woman,
wasconvictod in tho police court to-day of
throwing a livo dog Into a locotnotivo fur
naco and burning him to death. He wat
fined $100 and tentencod to tbe work
homo for tlx months.
Ollice of Observation. Slcnal Srrvlcr I'. S.
army, uany report oi the tiago oi water,
with the cbtnges for the 21 bourn ending
u o clock p. in., .lamiary -i, in.i.
W I -;"
r I ?ir
Fort lien ton...
Hermann. .. .
Jell von City .
0 0 0
Itclow high water mara.
Observer Slg. ber. U. a. A
Pittbiicru, January 22. Kiver about
on a stand, with thirteen feet two inches.
Vicktiiubo, January 32. Down
Shannon. No boats utp. Cool and rain
ing all day. Kiver risin.
MEMfiiid, January 22. Weather cool
and rainy. Kivor declining. No arrivals
or departures oxcopt local packets.
Nw OoLKAXt. January 22. Arrivod
ureal Republic, lampbis. Departed
John Kilgour, Cincinnati: Olencoe. St:
Louis; Hollo Leo, Memphis; Mary Millor,
LouihTILLK, January 22. Kiver fallen
3 Inches in the last 2t hours. Marks
showed 10 fect il inches in the canal 8 foot
3 Inches In tho pass. Arrived Jhippere
Own. Departed Mary Houston, Now
Orleans; Sbippors Own, Nashville.
Cincinnati, January 22. Arrived
Andes, tVhooling; lion Franklin, Mem
phis : Paragon, New Orloans. Departed
Andy Ileum, Mimpbis; Cbat II Church
and Sam J Halo, New Orleans. Kiver
N Asiivii.LE, January i'l. Kiver still
falling with 10 feet 8 Inches on shoals.
It has bctn raining here all afternoon
Arrived Lawronco, Cincinnati; II II
Cook, Paducab ; Klla Uugho, Upper
uumoonand. no departures.
EvAMhVii.i.R, January 13. Woather
cloudy ; raiucd all day, lut clearing up
at dark. Mercury C" to 48 and falling.
Kiver riton & feet. Port lint Up Fallt
Pilot, Arkantat Hello, Mary Ament.
Down Thot Sherlock, Morning Star,
Little Hock, January 22. Departed
Hattie, Pine fllutl ; Dugan, Memphlt, and
Cborokeo. Fort Smith. Kiver rltlnif fast.
It rose 'J foet to-day and now standi C feot
by tne suage. Thero hat boon heavy rain
for the past 21 hours, and tho mall streams
MxMi'ius, January 22. Flour quiot and
uncoangea. lorn meat 6 iu. uorn
raarkot bare. Oats small offering! at &
Hay dull. Aran 181. Lard unchanged
and firm. Hulk meats quiet, thouldort
Nkw Orlsani", January 22. Lard,
good uomanu ana scurco at vy; Keg 10.
Sucar dull and lower: inferior il(u,tj:
common fair C j(a)C j; good to fully
rair Tij; pnmo tocnoico 7 jqjjk j; ottiors
Cincinnati, Junuary 22 Flour quiet.
Wheat quiet at 1 4S1 C8. Corn dull
C0i.Q3. Oats quiet. Kyo quiot. JIarluv
firm; No 2 fall 1 10. Uuttcr and cbonso
firm. Eggt dull and lower at 18. Pork
firm at 13 6015 75. Lard quiet nnd
firm; tteam f; kettle lS,0j. Bulk meats
tteady; shoulder! 6JilT; clear rib tides
73 cash; talei ot 1000 lbs, buyer March
81; cloar H. Ilaeon scarce and firm:
snouiuorn j; oiear riuo-nj; Clear 8J(7U,
Hogt dull aud lowor.
Ht. Louis, January 22- Flour lowor
gradet scarce und in demand at 5 00
0 00; other grades dull. Wboatdull nnd
unchanged; No 2 spring 1 26; No 2 red
fall offered at I 05 cash, 1 (13 bid ; No 3
offered at 1 40, 1 43 bid- Corn in better
demand ; No 2 mixed 6O06OJ. Ottt in
butter demand and firm ; No 2 mixed 44
11 J. Ilarloy steady and firm. Itye in
active nt 838 1. Pork firm at 16 00
IS 25. Oroon meats quiet; shoulders 6 ;
clear rib 7 ; clear 7 J; hamsSi. Drytalt
meats ttlfl'. Uaoou firm; Jobbing and or-
dor lots sold at louowt : moulders 7 1
clear rib 8 ; cloar 0, Lard firm ; prlmo
tteam b-. YYhiexy unietticd at V0tyJ7.
Oiucacio, January 22. Flour dull and
nominal, buyen und sellors apart. Wheat
tteaty, Nn I ipring, 1 23J, No 2, 1 223
catb; 1 23 bid February; No 3,1 174.
Corn, quiet wnak end lowor, No i mixed,
G73,ccaibj 6RJo February; new No 2
mixed 61c. Outt steady. No 2, 41 ju oash.
42o February. Kye quiet, No 2, 7779o.
Harloy, demand active and advanced, No
2 fall 1 621 67, No 3, 1 32l 40, ac
cordigg to location Wbiskoy dull and
a shade lower, 06e. Pork dull and de
cllnod, cash nominal 14 00014 10; March
14 001 76; closing dull at inside quo
tatlons, Lard, opened dull aad lower,
oloted steady at 8 U0 cash, 0 00(9 OJ
Febjaary, 'J SOMaroh. Uulk mttttstesdv
gre " -t-. riu ,4o,
Chn tiU tfatrb 81. !
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. rt. HAKKOlU), Prottdent;
S. H. TAYLOR. Vice-President:
II. UYSLOP. Secretary and Treuartt
r. 14. UiMiti,
ii. r. niuisii,
J. U. hiiuti.
Ipoltool mm AsnontslteeUaattaa
JM TEH EST tld on dtpoiilU at tht rate ol til
ptreeal. Mraanum. uatoh Ittaad Beputb
r 1.1- lnlr-l r.rl lihdrftn ! added t la HI ft -
dUUIjr to the priDOlpal of the deposits, taereb?
Hiving mem oompouut iQ(rBi.
KARBimD WOMIV AND CIIILUaMH MAT
DBi-ciiT it on a r
J ian no ota tut Ckt saiw If.
ODn 9Trr bntlnttp dT from t lo t tt.ni.,
,Bf Haturdav r-.o lor HKVl'M DKPOttl
onl7, from t lo I o elook.
tuotf v. HTMi.or. TrMturr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
o iuo. u.i.iaoik
1 00,000 1
Wl f. hALLIUAT, ftMlduli
UKMttT L. H ALU DAT, VloPr!liai
A. B.SUFFORD, OMbltr;
W4LTKR R1BLUH, AI1U 0.bl.r-
Biun TAiua, Honmt 11. OyinaiA,
lllttl L.UALUSAI. W. Y. HlilJDtT.
Dm. V. Kiluiuoi, Hrarnaa Biaa
a. 0. DAiroao.
Bxebaue, Coin aa4 Vsattcd
Vuada ttonsts sued Hl1.
DCPObI'18 tectlTtd, aad
m K&ral (tiklnt
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or c a 1
H. W. Millxh, President.
J. M. Phi lips. Vice-President.
Crus. CUMKIKOHAM, CaakUr.
JOLLBOTIOKB PROMPTLY MADB.
VJlXOlUMrjK, ecin, bask aotoa aad
HUtM tooar4! toaaht n4 told.
IsIhmi Allawa. tlmo neata
itll GllANI) GllT C'ONCKRT
For the beneilt of Uie
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
OVER A MILLION IS HANK.
Success Assured. !
A FULL DKAWINO CKUTAIN
ON TUESDAY,3lstof MARCH NEXT.
IN order to meet the general wish and
expectation or tho nubile and ticket hold-
erd fur the full payment of tbe magnificent
gilts, announced for tbe Fourth Grand Gift
concert ot tne ruiiiic Library or Kentucky,
die wuiuKViuuni uvo determined 10 post'
pono tbe Concert and Drawing until
TUESDAY, the 31st of March 1871,
They have already realized
OVER A MILLION DOLLARS
And have a great many agenU vet to hear
No doubt 1.1 entertained of tbe tale ot
every ticket before the drawing, but
whether all are told or not the drawing will
positively and unequivocally take place on
the day now fixed, and If any remain un
sold tltry will be cancelled and the prim
win no reuueeu in proportion to me unsold
Only 60,000 tickets liawi been Issued, aud
12,000 CASH GIFTS,
will be distributed among the ticket bold
cm. 'Hie ticket are printed in coupons of
tenuis, and an motional parts will he repre
sented In the drawing Jnt at whole tickets
list or oirTc.
One Grand Cash Girt
One Grund Cash Gilt
One Grand Cah Gift
One Grand Cath Gift
Ono Grand Cash Gift
10 Cash Hifu $10,000 each . , . .
HO Cash Git ti 6,000 each. . . ,
60 Cash Gilti 1 000 each
80 Cash (lilts 6U0 each
100 Cash Gifts 400 each....
160 Caih Glltt ;j0 each . . . .
U60 Catb (1 Iftt 00 each . . . .
U26 Ca'h Glttt 100 each
11,000 Cahh GlltH 60 each
. KM) 000
. 60 000
. 96 000
. 17 600
. 100 000
. 160 000
. 60 000
. 40 000
. 40 000
. 46 000
. 60 000
. 32 500
. 610 000
Total, 12,000 Gifts all Catb. amount
ingto .....It 600 000
ine cuaucci lor a uiu are us one to live
THICK OK TICKKTK.
Tenths, or aeh!cotipon
H Whole ticket tor
2.1 Tickets for - .
nn Whoio tickets for
227 Whole ticket! for - - lo 000 00
, mo discount on lets than 8500 worth of
Tho Fourth Gift concort will bo conducted
in ull rcspecU, like tbo thrco that have al
ready bceu iflven, and full particular may
bo learned from circulars which will be tout
tree from thli office to all who apply lor
Ordcrx for ticket! and application! for
agcnck'N will bo attended to in tbe order
they are received, nnd It is hoped thoy will
bo sent In promptly, that thero may be uo
dlsupolulmeut or delay In tilling all Lib
era1 termt arc given to those who buy to sell
again. All agents are preinptorltlly ro
qulrod to settle up their uocounts and ie
turn all untold ticket! by tho 30th day of
March TUOS. K. BKAMLETTL',
Agent Public Library. Ky., and Manager ol
Gilt Concert, Public Library bnlldiof,
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
llannv relief tor vouuer men irem th rt.
feels ot error and abusut in early life. Man
hood rettored. Impedlmeutt to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New
end remarktbl remedlet. lioukt and eir.
sularstent free, in sealed euulopes. Ad-
Ninth ttreet. Phlladalnhla. f..n i-mlf
tlon having a high reputation for honorable
0. N. HUGHES
Ohio I.evce, over Mathuse A
lut tHr1'Cla)i Compare
HAFFOHD, MOKH18 A UAMOKK,
Tt txala Uih,
OITr MAIloMAL MASK HVILMNJ
VU otdtit UbHthd Afency to 8outaru
iiudoii, rvpreeaauas; ovrr
$65,(MK),(XH) 00 !
el the beet
7. Ii. MATIIUSs.
i. ;. vim.
MATHUSS ii I'HL
COMUlSUION M XKCHA.VTB
HA.Y AND WKSTRN PKODUOK. lj
J. M. PH1LL1PM,
Forwarding and GomaiMion
prepared to forward aD atad ef atehjckt
Business attended to promptly.
FETEK U U H L,
Mo. Mt OHIO EJSTBIC.
-W it OAIBO, ILLinolH
K. II. 'ITilstlewoed.
THI8TLKWOOD & CO
Com Mission Mbbohahts
FLOUR, CORN, OATS HAY, ETO
Xo.'.S OHIO I.KVKK.
FOKWAHUIN'J and COMMISSION
m m It v ll A Tt
DEALERS IIS FLOUR;
ouio ami ajts eaxawka
70 Ohio Lira,'
JOHN Ii. PULL1S 4 SON,
(Muottiten to iclM u. PaliU,)
UiSALKIU IN HAY, OOBN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, Ao.,
AOltifTrJ VOn IiAFLIM AW ' 1
ti r.llU.. I.. .11
Oca. TiWTH Sraisv OawuHultv,