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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETFN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1874.
mt thm City mm Ceaaty.
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tMtxdlT TMM DAILY UUIXSTIN
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Om yby carrier If cot pttd In
if li 00
flmtata 8 00
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fftMl OF WJCIELr aULLITIV.
m Mr l 00
mix ftUi 75
fkr Months 10
jjrtaVy la advance.
lTii11at nut- ms every tut.
.BMtBBXT Guxi ha not yet ligned
t) bill repealing the talary increato. Ru
ton of a vrto ere not credited.
THxaxpaat of tbe board of railroad
and waracMit commissioner bat bees
tinea laet vintrtwenty-two thouiand dol
BnATom Suiixh ii laid to be tbe only
taaaber cf tbe Senate who refuted to vote
for tbe confirmation o( Waite ai Cblef
Wamihotojt dispatches ray tbat
Rlcbardion will ratlgn that Delano will
be leoretarr ,f tbe treasury and tbat
Brlilow wiute appointed aocretary of
Tax eaUbratod Slamete twlni died at
Moaat'Ylry in North Oarolinn on. lait
Saturday. Chang bad boon ailing for
aoaie aaoath tad at lait expired tuddonly
bU teeth being followed by that of ng in
two boon afterward.
Tbi Pari and Decatur, Chicago and
Padueah, Chicago aad Iowa, Ollmore,
Clinton and Springfield, and Chicago, re
ads aad SoatkweeUrn rallroadi bare
notified ike board of railroad and
werehooea commission! tbat they
will, adopt tba freight and patten
get tariffs prepared for tbeir roadi by the
The Iowa home of representative 1)
atlil unorganized. Tbe republicans and
aatl aaenopollst itaad firm with an equal
number of Totet on the speakership. An
ofer from the republicani to the antl-mc-nopoliita
to compromlio by the former
taking tbe tpeaker, the latter all the other
officer except tbe pottmatter and his as
sistant, waa unhesitatingly refuted.
rgmm v , ,,. u u 1 1 ersl'.y, under the
ateaafem" r.1 U Methodi-t f'plscopal
Ckaiea Seuth, with an endbwiaeui ui co
aallllon dollar, half of which waagneu
by Oomaaoaore Vanderbuljt, of New
Tork, baa been located at Nashville, Ten
etiee, and the bnildingt which are now
la the court of construction, will be com
pleted by the (first of January 1874, at
waiea time it it proposed jo organUo and
i tbs flrtt regular session.
Ix laettagt to tbe house of reprcten
Utlvat, Governor Beveridge asks that
body to make aa appropriation of teren
tkoaeaa4,elgbt hundred and forty-two dol
lar V Use Antletam National cemetery, In
rtapoatt) to a memorial of itt board of
trustee. Tba cemetery it to cott on
kUairad thousand, dollar and tbe amount
mtmmi above it th attassment of Illinois.
Xx:pt Delaware, Illinois Is the only state
whloh ha sot paid it quota. On Monday
th bout rtfusad to vote for tbe appro
priation, Tblt wu dona on the score of
.ecaay,w suppose. But to be saving
In lbtrmtUr of grave stone tor bar dead
toldltrt i a carefulness in regard to the
P? people of tbe stale will
tea real apprtcUU.
Th llttaol Houm of Kepresentaiivot
by a vol of algbty-alght yeat to forty
thra Bays, baa patsd the compulsory
donation blU which provides that chil
dren between the agas of nine and fourUon
yrhU be tent to school at least three
laoatbt in th year, of which tlx weeks
shall be consecutive ; tbat they shall be
taught mdlog.writing, English grammar,
geography and artlthmelic ; the school di
raetor ihall supply books, and tbe ovcr
atar of the peor, clothes, to indigent cull.
4mb; and th directors shall proteouto
parol end guardians who fail to send
tkar children to school, and that tlioy
aay be fined froaaoae U live dollars a
weak during thirteen weekt.
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nsnuH iui iuu iue bill, at
taara t aojdoubt it will, school dirtctois
aai Trer of th poor Vtill bavs new
dutltato perform, achool directors will
kava tokaepaibarpayeon all the chit-
dfwa of their tuhool districts nd te that
aoakifll parent! of children buttreen
taa ag a of tlx and fourteen art evading
Itt) law; tba wardrobes of children who
arapaerly clad and outof school will have
I a (ap td by th ovtrtoert of the
aar. wkaM duty It will be to tear down
tat Tall of prida wklcb tbe poverty-strict
aa tase liana, is this land of the free
aai af JMaobiicaa aquality, andoavor to
throw around tba wrtcbdnMt tf their
arivat Ufa, and in tba nam of progrrit
aad hatsaally, coop! thtm to become the
bjaoU of tbe charily of tb staU.
TJaaar Ue compulse ry aducation bill
tha ttat utuena th guard iaatbip of all
COLFAX'S HROTHEH IS-LAW.
One of the most astounding systems of
mil robber es ever Known in tuts state
bu lately beon uneartbod by special
acentt of the pott ofllce dopartmont, and
the whole mattor was made public yester
day by tbe arrest of Klisha Cowlot, poU-
. ' . .l .. l, DaaIt lalanil and
ai aceni on uo vun.si w- ----- -
l'tciflo railroad. 1o bogin at the begin
nlns?. lutpiclons wero excited against
Cowles last fall, for the flrtt tlrao. On Oc
tober !, 1873, Mr. Oharltt htewart, tho
dry-goods merchant of tho city, mailed a
letter containing $'20, directed to a party
at Downey, Iowa. 1 be letter lea Devon
nort on the morning of October 7, on
Cewlos' run, bat it never reached its des
tination, l'ostmaster Unwell im
mediately reported the cue
to the 'department at "NVatbington,
and he, togetbor with special agents, J. K.
Hraurt, of Iowa City, and J. 11. Furray of
Omaha, proceeded to Investigate the case.
It took touio time to wore up mo matter
to at to mien me roooery airecuy on
Cowlos, but tho agonts were fully tatisllod
of his kuIH a few days after taking tho
cate in hand. So decoy letters wore sent
out, and other measures wore taken to ef
fect tbeir purposa. On Monday morning
last tho. special detectives Stuart and
Furar arrived in Davenport and were In
consnltation with l'ottmattor Hunel for a
long time. They alto remained here Mon
day night waiting for Cowles to take hit
run, they having at latt brought the case
to a focus. On Tuesday morn
ing Covrlts loft tho city in
charge of bis car, and the detec
tives were also passengers on me same
train. Yesterday morning Mr. Ktissell
received a dispatch from tbe detectives,
stating that they bad just arretted Cowles
In bis car near Avoca. It also staled that
when arretted Cowles had one of tbe de
coy lotten In bin hand and otbort in bu
possession. lie made a full confession of
all his robberies. Tho confession will not
bo made public, but it is stated tbat be hat
been riuing letters jor years pui,uaiD
for several woeks he bu been stealing let
ters at the ratef fifty a day. lie appears
in htva fircited little caution in bit op
erations, and to have broken into letters
bv tba wholotale in a perfectly recklen
and Indiscriminate manner. The prisoner
was taken to Dm Moines and placod in
KUiha Cowles has had an eventful life,
and bat seen much trouble and many
cbangot. He It fifty-two years old, is a
native of New Knelaod ; he went from
his native state to Michigan, where be
went into business and amassed mock
wealth, bolnc at one time ono of the rich
est men in the town where he lived. At
that tlrao he owned and operated two
large taw mills and was prospering finely,
when mitfortuno came, and bo was twico
burnod oat, loosing each tlmo over thirty
thousand dollars. About eight years ago
be came to Iowa and bought a tract of
land near Kellogg, Jatpor county, and
upon this farm bo hat over since resided
with his lamily. He bat boen married
twice, his second wife boicg a half-sister to
Schuyler Colfax. Ho has a large family,
consisting ol bis wne anil nine cnuaren,
the eldest being n eon twen-ty-ono
years of age. Mrt. Cowlea It taid
to be a very fino woman, much superior to
hor husband in many respects, and hot al
ways been a good ana true wile ana
mother. She deeply feels her husband's
dlsgraco. Cowles ht been malt agent on
tbo uavenpori run oi me u. it. i. ana r.
for tovon years: be has alwtys been re
garded as as a good reliablo clerk, but
never as a very smart or otllclenl one. tte
had always been regarded as strictly hon
Mt ud to the date of the disclosure, ltat
October, and what Incited him to choose a
career ot crime which ho certainly must
feavfi known would result in dltclotnra and
dlsgraco is not known, his actions cannot
bo accounted for. Hit case will como be
fore the United States circuit court at Its
In tbo penitentiary
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FOR THE BRITISH
London Cor. Cincinnati Commercial.
Here is a circular, just out, admonish
ing us that another claimant has appeared,
the estate In this case being only tbe
crown of England. Thomas Frederick
Qeorge Ouelpb, of 4 Thornhill Croscent,
Balnsbury, London, proclaims his ability
and resolution to prove tbat bo Is "Duke
of York, rightful and lawful desceudant
by tba legal marriage between Ucorge
the Third and Hannah Llghtfoot, and en
titled to the Arm of Hanover and the
Drtgonof Wales, "and that tbo so-called
Prince of V alet it only entitled to tbe
Armt of Baxe-Coburg tho Arms that
were bis fathers." Tom I (at wo call him
for short)writes : "My mother't father
(the llev. David Daviot, who was a strict
Protestant minister, and the last maledos
cendent of Llewellyn, the King of vt ales),
after having been dead many years, was
excommunicated by a priest on Palm Sun
day, in tho yoar 1872, at St. Albans,
Bruoko street, Uolborn, B. O." This is
mysterious, but looks as it Tom I. bad
two strings to that bow with which b is
to shoot the golden apple from Albert's
head. But tho Tichborno trial mutt en
courage him. How much will it cot to
prove tbat ho it not the ton of George
111 and Hannah Llghtfoot? It it old
how long that pretty Hills Quakeren
Hannah haunts tho royal home. Poor
King George when bn indnlged in that
flirtation could have had little idea that it
would give rite to two Piirliamentary de
bate and two coitly trial, with no end to I
tcandalt. It it taid that O.ueon Victoria I
bat not been to gay since tier husband's
doatn as on tho day when she
beard of the doath of Mrt. Itivet the
oia iaar who, until turee years airs, tit
by her flrelett bnarth fumbling over the
papert which (In her belief and thm of
tome of the ten lawyon in England) on-
iiiiea nor to tne crown ; and now Han
nab, to repcatodly laid to rost, atarte up
in a new avatsr.
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CHAMPION (i.lS WORK'S.
From present developments near Mat
toon, it looks at if Illinois bat enough na
tural gat power to supply all tha nevdful
light and htat. and throw her coal fleidi
away. Mr. Champion was boring lor
water, and got tlrod of the placo ho had
sunk Lit drill. He withdraw them and
up rushed a stream of carburettod hydro
gen ga witn & rear that could bo board
buudrodsof vardj, and a tmoll that was
not suggt-ttivo A tho otto of roiMI
or the balm of thouiand Cowl
on. The ttream of unplcaiantnrst poured
on, aud Champion begun to think about
pulling up ttakot and moving away (row
the malodorous spot of earth. Ilefuru hu
committed this rush act tins thought struck
blm tbat the gat might le ulllUod. It
had now been bolching forth Itt iititineti
for tovoral dayt. and he went near onout-h
to apply a whitp of lighted ttraw to tha
pom. mere wat a very lively cxplotion
and tbeot of lire texmod to cover
tb vtry heavens. Th jet Of gas
onntlnuod to throw up a column ot
fire Ihhty ft high. It wat a whlto
clear light and led no tmoke or odor. Ho
bad hit It. He had gat works put up Im.
luouiakoij, oi.u uxmrea in JUS bOUSO. lie
conducted th gat to all hit rooms for
lighting purposes and to his stores and
fire-places for heatinc. Then ha Knnlt.ri
l.th match and bad a grand Illumination.
tor tb tun, moon or elarf, turns
up bis enlightened note at
coal wood and kerotene, and
seae, and has no gouging gat bills to pay
to somo bloated corporation at the end of
evory 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 he has jutt struck gas
on bis place. Now Champion and Dolo
are talking of combining thoir gat power
and lighting Illinois as far as tbe supply
will go. Thoro appoart to be no doubt
that the state has enough ready-made
light and boat in her bosom to illuminato
and warm her for agestocome. She may
well claim to liavo tho Champion gat
Mn. At. SrALMNO, the pitcher of tho
Cotton bate ball club, leaves for Kuropo
next Saturday to niako arrangements for
a foreign tour during tbo coming teaton,
of tba ilotton bato ball club and tho Ath
letic baso ball club, of Philadelphia. The
arrangements arj for enouch cricketort to
accompany the party to enable both catnos
to bo played, and the programmo content-
Eiatea it cricket in tne morning anu uato
all In the afternoon. Boston To.t.'
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin!
I'KOUKEKiyUS I.N THK HOUSK A.N II
SKXATOK DAVIS' SEW CURHKNCV
THE POSTAL TELEOKAPH SCHEME.
CHIEF JUSTICE WAITE AT CIN
CINNATI. TELEUKAPHIC MARKET AND K1VER
A KIW B1LU
Waeiunoton, January 22. The fol
lowing is the text of a bill reported to
day by Senator Davit from the committee
on ways and meant :
WiiERiAb. Tbe existing uucerialhty at
to whother tbe amount of legal tender
notes now authorized by law to be kept In
general circulation is 9366,000,000 or $400,
000,000 Is calulated to derang the businxts
of tbe country and unsottlo values, there
fore Be it enacted, That tbo provisions of
the law existing prior to the pastags of
the act approved April 12. 18CS, entitloi
"an act to aratna an act to provide way
and mean to support tbo government,"
approved March Sd, 18G5, be and the tame
are hereby declared to bo in iorce, to as to
authorize tba amount of $400,000,000 of
legal Under notet of the United Statu to
b Kept in general circulation, ana tbe to
tal amount of United State ltgal tender
note issued or to ba issued shall never ex
The Senato committee on coinmoroe to
day agreed to report favorably on the
West bill, giving tho iecratary of war full
control over the channel of the Missis-
States government it in pro
gress The Mil authorises him
to prescribe binding regulation!,
any violationof which will bo punithablo
by the United States courts.
Senator Wett, of LouitUna, Senator
Windou, of .Minnesota, end Representa
tive Stoward, of Mlstouri, appeared bo
fore thecommittoo and explained tho nc
cettity of onactingtho bill. They stated
TOW MOAT ASSOCIATION
of New Orloatit.in order to secure thu con
tinuance of thelrprotcnt monopoly, are in
tbo habit of sinking vessels and othorwito
blockading tho bar to as to imped, and
sornotimos wholly stop the work of exca
tiou, A 1'JtOTF.ST.
Thero w4 a protest pretuiitud in thi)
House to-day a protest of tho Gonoral
Indian Council of the Indian country,
organized under tbo treaty of 18C0,ngaInst
the establishment of a territorial govorn
mont in that country.
THE l'OiTAI, TII.KOIUI'lt SCUK.Mg.
Tbe committeo on post-olllccs and post
roads of tbe Senate held anothor mooting
to-day to hear the continuation of Mr.
Orton's argument againtt the postal tele
graph schomo. Ho tpoko until tho ad
journment of tho cotninittuo, which meota
again to-morrow, to boar still further from
Mr. Orton. G. G. Hubbard, of MaM.,who
it a friend of tbe propoted nicature wat
present taking notos, and will probalily ro
ply to Orton.
THE CUMHKNCY tUKSTION,
Mr. Ferry, of Michigan, ior thu pur.
pose of obtaining a vote on tho question
oi iiicreailng tho currency, ami in order
to relievo tho preiting wants of buitlnost
hat waived tho remainder of bis resolu
tion, but as toon at the question of Incrtato
is diipoied of ho will prost to a vote tho
oilier provisions of hit rctolutio'i ,
Wasiuwoto.v, January 21 .Mr. An-
thouy Irom the coiiiintiteo on priming re
ported favorably on tho resolution mak-
Ing it unlawful for tbi congrettional
printer to print in tbo Uingrcmional 1W
cord any tpeccb or part of a speech not ac
tually umsvereu in tbe fenato or hotito of
Mr. Davit introduced a bill for tho fur
ther Improvement of the great Kanawha
Mr. Morton submitted tbe lolluwlnc
resolution, which was ItH ou the table
and ordered printed;
Resolved, That tb committee on tram,
portatlon routes to-tbeW board be In.
strucUd to consider and report ti hill creat
Ing a commiiilon of five euiinent and tkill.
Oi periom, to bu appointed by ih preti
dent by and with Hie conicnt of tho sen
t, who shall oxamina and report to con
greii what legitlaUon it neconary and
praclicnblo in regard to inter-state rail
roads to prouioto the following objects,
viz.: Tbaipoedy trantportlnn al reant
ouabl ratos of freight : thu tufoty and
rotnfort of paisencert by providing for
tin '-"it!,S" r.brMTflt. tracks, looomo.
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tlon of freight atd passsogart, and is gen.
oral what regulation aronecetary (o pro
mote tho efllcienor of rallrnad Interests of
comtaorco and tho Convenience and eslety
oi mo travelling public.
-Mr. Morton taid on Tuetday next ho
would tako a short tlmo to exprM his
view rn tho subjocl.
Havanna, January n2. Tho canlaln
general hat asked tor aa additional rein
forcement Trom Spain.
CoLUiincs. January 22. In the Senate
Ibis allernocn, the Senate bill repealing
tho fouel railroad law patted with only
one negative voio.
From Lynn, Conn.
Ltns, January 122. At old Lynn, the
birthplace of JuJeo Waite. tho citlrons to
day tlrod ataluto in honor of his ap
pointment and continual on as Chief Jut-
I'rom Richland, Yu.
tiuku ron MVRDCR.
Bic hi.and, Nr. Januarr ii. 1874-
Tbe trial of W. P. McCarty, charged
with the murder of John 11. Mordiea. Is
progressing. This Is the duelling cato
men occurrua last My,
MUHAK U. ANTIIO.SY.
Alihny, January 22. Mlts 11 lake and
Susan B. Anthony appeared beforo
the judiciary committee of the attembly
to-night, and argund In favor of woman
tuffrage and against taxation withouth
From Vankton, Dakota.
WIXTERMVTE, THE MUSUtttS.
Yanktok, January 22. Chief Juttice
Shannon, thia afternoon, after a lengthy
argument by tho counsel on a motion for,
a ouanga or venue in in a cato against
Wintermuta tbe murderer of Socrttary
McCook, refuted to grant tha ordtr.
iKDiAtAroLiF, January 22. A meeting
of the stockholders of the Logentport.
Crawfordsvllle and S-iuth western railroad
was held at Crawfordtvilla, Indiana, yes
terday. A board of directors wu elected
and tho following officers wera tlocted by
the new board: S. D. Schuyler, president;
D. D. Dykeraan, vice-president, and Jas.
U. Parrfs, Secretary.
London, January 22. Dispalchos from
Ronaag report that the Chinos continue
to make desperate resistance to tho occu
pation of their country by tho Dutch.
They recently attacked the principal
position held ly the invaders, but root
with repulse. The Dutch army has been
JAT COOKE 4 CO.
FiiiLADKLriMA. January 22. This
morning Judgo Caldwalder concluded to
allow a vote tor a cjnruuiitteo of tbe cred
itors of Jay Cooko St Co., to be roaumed
the same at if there had been an adjourn
ment. Accordingly a meeting of tho
creditors will bo held this afternoon, to
icive all the creditors who have not voted
an opportunity to vote for tbe trustees
and committee undor the 4 Jd section of
From N'etv York
Yoke, January, 32, 1b"4. A
tnntting of the president's oftha difl'erent
coal companies here, acrecd aa follows;
For this year trade is to commence on tho
Itt of March at an avorago advance of
15c per ton, nbove prices 73o. Tbe prices
por ton ivlll be afterwards advanced uch
month to tho end of the season on tbo fol
lowing scale: April 6c, May and June
10c, and July, August, September, Octo
ber and November 15.
PiTTsnuRO, January 22. A meeting of
cmem csiiea ty me committeo or tbo
city council was Held at tho city hull to
night tn doviso ways and means for tho
rallef of the destitute workmen in thit
city. Ex-Mayor McCarthy presided. A
slight spcrt nf internationalism was de
vo'oped which causod considerable confus
ion and met but with little favor. A few
parties present mado contributions, but
owing to such a small number being pres
ont it was thought host to adjourn until
Saturday night when further steps will bo
taken in tho mattor.
Front San Francisco,
mi: aim rA.Niuzit,
San Fiiancisco, January 22. A tale
gram from Port Towntend, AY. T., an
nounces tho total lots of the ship I'anthor,
Oapt. O. W. Bolot, with all on board.
The Panther was destinod for Snn Fran
cl?coj she had called from Nurnalino, W.
T., on Saturday last in tow of the steam
tug Uolialb. Whon 60 miles from her
starting point tho encountered a torritllo
gale which drove ber upon tho rocks at
Lilly point in Georgia bay. Tht Goliath
unabln to rendor her any Htsistance, sub
sequently repaired to Port Towntond and
dispatched tho sad news. At tbo time of
tbe fatal occurrence, twenty-three persons
Including tho captain and his wife wore
on board. Tho Panther's cargo oonsittod
of 1,700 tons of coal.
Toledo, Ohio, January 22. Jestup W.
Scott, one of the oldest and mott highly
etteemed citizens of the Miama Valley,
diod at his roiidense in this city this aftor
noon. Ho established tbo first nowtpapor
published in the v alloy, and ut a later pe
rlod wat ona of tbo proprietor! of the
'Blade.' Uu contributed much to tho col
unint of homo pspart and standard perl
odlcals, and was the author of the
pamphlet entitled "The Futuro Groat Citv
of tho World." Hy waseovonty-dveyesrs
David lllggint, who wss judgo of tho
court of common pleas In this district from
inju 10 injT, and bat beld n clerkship a
Waiblngton sinco 1838, died in that city (
since. Ho w eighty-four
Washington, Jan. 22. Probabilities
For New England aud thonce wcatward
ovor the nurthern portion of tho Mlddlo
statet, cloudy weather with rain and con
tlnued high temperature and falling bar
ometer! during a portion ol the day the
wind will Increasing in forcu.
For Lake region, clo'jdy woatbar with
rain or snow during tho night, followed
by riling barometer, lower tcmperaturo
and northorly to wetlorly winds,
For tho Northwost partly cloudy and
continued cold weather with snow In tho
lower and central Mississippi valleys.
For the Ohio valley and thence south
ward to the Gulf, variable winds with
areas of rain and lower toiuperature by
Friday night. '
For southern portion cl tbe Middle
tatcs and tbence southward to Florida
From WHkeibarra, Fa
WiLKMiUMU, January 22. Between
four hundred and five hundred men of
the Rettton Elmlra coal company topod
work yesterday on account of tho nnn
payment of wage due elnco October last.
Accounts of meetings to b held among
the miner for organization in all sections
aro recoivod here, and but a few days will
elapse when thit whole country will be
moro thoroughly organized than for yearn
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From Cincinnati. ,
ClIIKT JUSTICE WAITE.
Cincinnati, January 22. Chief Jus
tice Waite met with a ro;optlon at the
Chambor of Commerce to-day. He is re
ceiving a great number of letters and tel
egrams conveying congratulations.
IN THE IIOHR'IDE
this afternoon it was Heroman Koct. ot tho
drug firm of Koct Si Morkoi, who killed
Anarow Millor.and not Mr. Merkol,as tol
cgraphed by mlitiko In an nftcrnnonitele-
Pat Naugbton, a locomotive lirainan,
was convicted In tbe police court to-day of
throwing a live dog into a locomntlvo fur
naco and burning hin to death. Ho was
fined $100 and sentenced to thu work
houso for six month!.
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Olllco o( Observation, Signal SmvIlo I'.W
army. Dally report ol tho stage ol water,
with the changes for the 21 hour ending
3 o'clock p. tn., January 21, 1874,
JtlUs ton City
New Orleans ....
0 0 0
St. Joteph ,
St. Louis ,
"llelow hlgii water mars.
KDWI.V ( AIU.ANK,
Observer felg. ber. U. a. .
PirraiiCEU, January 22. River about
on a stand, wltb tbirleen icet two inchu
ViCKTiiunn, JanulTy 52. Down-
Shannon. No boats uip. Cool and rain
ing all day. Klver ruin.
Msvii-nis, January 22. Weather cool
and rainy. Kiver declining. No arrivals
or departures oxcept local packets.
V - . ,. . i-., T nit A t . . . J
1 Great Republic, Lemphit. Departed-
John Kilgour, Cincinnati: Olencoe. SV
t-jni.. luiie i,00 Memphis: Mary Miller
LouihVlM.K, January 22. Hiver fallen
a Inohoa in tba last 24 hours. Marks
allowed 10 foot 3 Inches in tho canal 8 feot
- incbes in tue pats. Arrived J bipper
own. Departed Mary Houtton, Now
uncant; bbippors Ovn, Nashvilio.
Cincinnati, January 22. Arrived
Andes, Ahoehngj Bon Franklin, Mem
phis: Paragon, New Orleans. Doparted
Andy Baum, Mimpbis; Chas B Church
and Sam J Halo, New Orleans. River
Nashville, January j2. Rlvor still
falling with 10 ieet S Inches on tboalf,
It hat befn raining here all afternoon
Arrivod Lawronce, Cincinnati; II H
Cook, Faducali j Llla Hughe?, Upper
uumoonanu. no aopariurec.
r.YANMYl 1.1.x, January 22. Weather
cloudy j rained nil day, Lilt clearing up
at dark. Mercury 57 to Ai and fallintr.
Rivor risen 5 foot. Port list Up Falls
riioi, Arkansas Jieiio, Jlary Anient,
Down Thos Sherlock, Morning Star,
Little Rock. January 22. DcDarted
Uattio, Pino BiutI ; Dugan, Memphis, and
Chorokeo. Fort Smith. River riiini? Tmi.
It roso 3 fuel to-day and now stands 5 feet
by tbe ifuage. Thoro hat boon heavy rain
for tho past 24 hours, and the tinall streams
' - -
M em wits, January 22. Flour quiet and
unchanged. Corn meal 3 40. Corn
markot baro- Oatt small ofterlngt at &7.
Hay dull. Bran 181. Lard unchane-id
and firm. Bulk meats quiot. shoulders
3ii; clear 8j8j,
New Oiilean.", January 22. Lard,
goou uomanu anu scarco at .'(i.i'J; Kng 10
Sugar dull and lower; inferior 4051:
common 6J falrCJ(o)Cj; good to fully
lair Ttyij; primo tocnoico v jfsj; otbors
Cikcinnati, Juuuary !(2 Flour quiet.
Wheat quiet at 1 45l 68. Corn dull
GOGT.43. Ofttt quiot. Kyo quiot. Jiarlev
linn; No 2 fall 1 40. UutKr and choeso
llrm. Eggs dull and lower at 18. ork
firm at 15 S016 75. Lard quiet and
firm; steam 9; kottio 9J(o,9. Bulk moats
(toady; shoulders )ji); clear rib tidct
73 cash; sales ollOOO Ibj, buyer March
81; clear 8. Bacon scaroe and tlrm:
shouldors 7J; clear rib8f(rtiJ; clear 8J(S0,
iioge auu anu luwvr.
St. Louis, January 22- Flour lowor
grades scarco and In demand at 5 00(a)
t ni. ... u ... wi ..,..ii..-.
unchanged ; No 2 spring 1 25 ; No 2 red
fall ollorcd at 1 GS cash. 1 03 hid : No :i
ofl'orod at 1 40, 1 43 bid- Corn in betlor
demand ; No 2 mixod GOftGo. Oats in
bettor doinaud and firm ; No 2 mixed 41
II. Barley steady and llrm. Ryo In-
aotlve at 839I. Poik firm al 15 00f$
io -j. viroou mean quiei ; ecousuerB 0 j
clear rlb7 j clear 7J; hams 8 J. Drytalt
meats ttiu. nacon urm; jouiiingnnd or
dor lots sold as follows : shoulders 7J
clear rib 81 ; clear 0, Lard llrm ; nrlmo
steam ' "Ki unsottiea at JvyJl.
Chicago. January 22. Flour dull and
nominul, buyers and sellers apart. Wheat
steaty, M 1 spring, i aj, jio2, 1 22
L. 1 .tn l.tA lP-t.. ....... X-..
('orn, quiot wak and lower, No 2 mixed.
57Jccash; 68a Fobruaryj now No 2
mixed 5lc. Oatsttsady. No 3, 4IJocasb,
42o Fobruary. Rye quiet, No 2, 77f7y7Uo.
Barley, demand actlvo and advanco3, No
2 fall 1 5201 67, No 3, 1 32l 40, nc
cordlgg to location Whlskoy dull and
a shade lower, 05o. Pnrk dull aud do
cllniid, cash nominal 11 0014 10; March
14 C0li 76; closing dull at lutldo ni10.
tatlons, Lard, opened dull and lower
closed steady at 8 00 cash, 9 009 05
vrViMV7- B J0 Nt.'e.l'.'..,,l'k "'Ofttisioadv
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Clin vd March HI. 1
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIBO
A. H. HAKKOltD, President;
a. a. TAYLOIt, Vtce-Prealdent;
It. UYSLOP, SeoraUry and Treasurer
K. lij wut, Qua, MitMaaa,
II. .irm, PuiU. Scaea,
II. CramiiaiiAB, U. P. Ualuii,
J. U. Vhiium.
UopuilU ol M Anotat nl w4trm
Ten Ctmtm Vpwnr.
TTEHfWT paid oa dtyoelts al tb rat ol aia
1 peroeat. ptraaauia, Maxh lalaod Stptatt-
Ixtr lot. IsUraatnat vlihrfravn la .AAA Irr.ma.
dlatelr loth pniiclpal of lb depttlU, thereby
MAKHISD WOMEN AD OHILrjtEN MAT
to veit aa om iui ci dbaw it,
O-ira every bailo. 4j from t a.m. to S p.m.,
3d BtordT t-'.au (or H4V1HU UKPOtllti
il7. from 4 to t o olocc.
" w. HTHLol-. TttMirtr.
ii a i it o. tsLi.tntsin
W. V. UALLIUAT, ftMlilsali
UENKT I.. HAI.UUAT, VlM-CrtalMtl
A. U.HATFORD, OoabUri
WAI.TCR KTSLUf, AIU 0lilr-
MtulM TilLOS, R.)lt H. OtiautatB,
IIkstL. BtxuB4t, W. P. Hinu.it,
nil, Ii. Willubio, Hraraaa Hias
A. II. CUrruao.
Kasciiiustre, Cola aad L'altd
BosmI tUiOtrkt staad Bold.
and a (antra! Ltuktea;
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or oa iatt.
II. V. MtLLUt, FretidenU
J. M. I'm UPS, Vlce-lresldent.
CiiAfl. CUNNI.VOHAM. Caahlar.
3ULLKOTIONB PBOMFTLY MADK.
BXCninK, eoln, bank autre aad UalU
I HUtaa aoocr!'! Lonaht aad aoU.
Int.rnl Allwa -t Half !
4th GitAND Qivr Concert
for the benefit of the
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
OVER A MILLION IN BANK.
A FULL DItAWINO CKltTAIN
ON TUESDAY,3lstof MARCH NEXT.
IN order to meet the general wish and
expectation of the nubile anl ticket hnlil.
era (or tho lutl payment of the maguiricont
Kilts, announcod for the Fourth flrand Gift
Concert of the l'ubllc Library of Kentucky,
tho management have determined to nost
nono tho Concert and Drawing until
TUKSDAY. tbo 31st of March 1871.
'1'hey have already realized
OVKRA MILLION DOLLARS
And have a great many agenlii )-t to hear
No doubt Is entertained of the sale ol
every ticket beforo the drawinir. but
wnetner all arc oiu or not the drawing will
positively and uneuutvof ally take place on
tho day now lixed. ami If anv remain un.
sold they will lie canoolled and tho priies
win uu rrnuceu in riroponion 10 nit- uiuoid
Only 00,000 tlcketa havn been iisud, and
12,000 CA8H GIFTS,
will he distributed among the ticket hold
I lie tlekcti are printed in coupons of
lenuiH, anu nil irnctionai paru will be reure-
,-emea in his uraiYing jum as wnoio tickets
LIST OK (I1KT8.
Ono Grand Cath (iill..
One Orand Cash l.llt .
On- Orand fash Gift
One tlrnrid Cash UIR ,
Ouc Grand Cash (lift 17 600
15 Caidi ttlfm 10,K) each
iu i;asu tiiii 0,000 eucn. .
M Cash (lifts 1 000 each . ,
80 Cash (lifts 500 each.,
100 Cash Girts 400 each . ,
150 CaMi Gift IJOO each . .
M) Coil! (lifts UOOeach..
it-lb CVh Gift 100 each.,
11,000 Cash Gilt 60 each . ,
Total, 1" 000 Gifts all Cath, amount
ii'K to 91 500 000
1 nu cnauccH ior a uiu ure m 0110 to five,
mice or tickkth.
WIIOIO tlCKCtS .... W) 00
Halves UK nn
Tenths, or racb'rotipou n 00
H tVholo ticket for 600 05
M Ticket for .... j (hjo 00
li;i Wholo tickets for - - f,oot (X)
'111 Wholo tickets for 10,000 00
.111 ui.-u uinv uu lets man yaou worm 01
TIlO Fourth Gift uoueert will In, rnnHm.,l
In all respects, liko thu three that bavo ul-
reauy neon (riven, aim tun particulars may
bo learned from circulars which will he soul
free from this office in nil uim aimii- rr
Orders for tlokett uud applications for
agencies will ho attended to iu thu order
tllCV uro reeelvril. nml It l hmwtil Hi... uin
hp sunt In promptly, that there may Go uo
dlsapolulmcnt nrilelay In filling all Lib.
era torma arc given to those who buy to tell
aslll. All atrcnta are uremnlnrUlk' .
(julred to sottlo up their accounts und to.
turn all unsold tickets by the 20th )av of
(I'll r.-, .... . ... c.
Aurnt Public Library. Ks1
and Manager oi
GKt Concert, l'ubllc Library
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Uunny relief loryounc men from th i.
fccU ot errors and amines in early life, Man
hood restored. Impediment! to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable rctnodlet. Hooks and elr.
rular tout free, In sealed envelop. Ad.
iiiuco, ""?,,"'uvD, jo, 2 BOUtU
Mnw tweov, rmiauaipnia, v au Instltu.
n: J - '-. TH'f ailnn rf i,aki.
- - - - ... . ...
O. K. HUGHES,
OFFICE: Ohio Leveo, over MathUM A
tXone but VirtUCitiH CompanU
BAITlfOJU), MORKIH A (JAN D Kb',
a tttasts Mist,
CITV MATIOMAL HANK Hflt.IUNO
I k o4dt tabllsbl Atjtntjr la outktru
Illinois, representing orrt
$65,000,000 00 I
I th liet Jnsurano Oatiltal al tin
1. II. MATH Ufh. Ii. t'. till
MATIIUJr'8 k I'HL
C o m ii t h H I o n M RnriiASTN
UAY AND WK3TBN PKODUOK.
J, M. FH1LL1FH,
Forwarding and GomTaiMion
prepared to forward all kind of frl-bt
Buslne it attrndad to Dromptlv.
PETKK U U II L,
2wtII-31.E3E,f3' A. Gt-S3 ITT.
a, sms hiu uvir,
-irOtf. OAIKO. ILL1WOIH
N. 11. TLUtltwood. V. J. 'Jluttewoed
TUISTLEWOOl) A CO.,
Commission Mm oh ants
FLOUR, CORN, OATS HAY, ETC
No. 7a OHIO I.KVKr.-.
POHWAltDINiJ and COMMISSION
N B It t IS A TH.
DEALERS IN FIOUH
tad aiai ol
OHIO alVHl AVD EASTAWatA
;70 Ohio Livn,
JOUN M. PULL1B HON,
teuMcr to Joha B. fbUUt,)
DJSALKK8 IN HAY, OOWf, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Brau, Ac.,
AOKNTd rOR LA KLIN AND KANd"
TKNTII HVBSET lan Obwi I.stkb