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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JANUARY li7, 187.1.
emrlft Paper of the City siml County.
JOHN II. OitEULY, Kdltor nd Publish!
TKUM3 OK T11K DAILY 15 U LI.KTIN
On week, Tiy carrier (t 9.i
One year tiy carrier, to advance 10 (0
On year by cirri or If not pild lu
advance 3 00
sline month, by tnall , a 00
Ibrse months , 3 0)
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One Year fl oi
dBlri, Months . . . , ,
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Invariably tu advance.
KMHtlaf tuntlrr on s-vrry imgo.
IIauiiomi, tbt revivalist, stilt continue
If) draw largo audiences In tit. !oitU
CJr.K. Ghaut stubbornly refuses tuietxl
ohllers Into the state of Louisiana or taho
nr other steps to Intimidate tho Mill
, TfUt llouio sj iionate revenue com
mittocs of the Uoncral Assembly will re
port against any oitentinn of the Vyo for
TB7ww..n... m -nr.
Tut VIcksburg 'Tituti' ssys tl tl the ln
debtednesi of .the. 2sow Orleans, Jackson
and Grat Northern rsii'iiad company to
tho stats of Mississippi bits Leon sotlled by
tho pay.raabt to Gov. Powers of over J 1 'O,
Is a.ldtti. ti to tbe otl.ir misfortunes
now lP.ifllL Chicago, .t.e 'Tin ' fays it
recently dcckl-Msiynr, c'ol .In, ii a fro
so,uentor of wine find beer lO.lari ami tbo
associate cf gamblers; th&t ho nominates
tbo wont men he csn find for municipal
. offices .yniPlht't tho city was never so over
run with thieves and bad characters hi at
Uov. IlAKTRAXrr Inform the IcMa
ture of Pennsylvania that out of tho many
thousands of persons wao rocoived certif
icates to teach in the public schools of that
itato lnstVear, only thrco hundred and sev-
. wity-four were "found to havo a thorough
knowledgo of reading, writing, nrithnie-
tic and grammar.'' Ko inch complaint as
this will bo brought against Illinois school
teachers after our compulsory education
law'bas rvorfced a few years. According
to the enlightened law makors of tbweea-
ral assombly, thirteen weeks of schooling
lor Jive years will "educate1 every child
in tho Btalo nnd Ignoranoo will 1k i thini;
llA?:z,ox-president of San Don. if . ir
lived'in New York on last I'rldi. ' lie
is fifty-thrco yearj of bs;p, with dxight
black eyes, wiry gray hair and vhWhors.
Uis knbwkdgoof tho English, language
illmlted to a lew words. The deposed
prosldent says ho gavo up tbo position of
chief oQlcor of the republic to bit oppo
nent to save the country from tho danger
of being thrown open to its oncniies in
11 ay U, who entertain tho most 'Mr.jtiis
woo -were roviy to tu!:o advantage of tho
revolution to invade it. "What tliu objoct
of bis visit to this country is, is not yet ap
parent. Ho beliovcs tbo lime for annexa
tion it not yet past and th&t the salvation
of rfan Domingo deponds upon Us knno.
aUorjto. a strong power. -
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Tin SpriugBaht correjipoudxrit tt the
Jackson County 'Kra,' who M oho f t.ie
otSeera of tbo House, mid oppw i tc
speedy adjournment of tho niieiubiy,
believos the rovision of tbo statutes is the
iiuporatlvedutyof thu present lojltlaturc,
and pays tbo following compliment to
that bchly and some of its Individual mem
Tho members of both bouses siuui to be
interested in tho wolfnro of thi "dear pco.
pie," and are making every elfart to push
bed .attend, to lccitiiaaiu buim.i. A
great number of bills of scarcely no im
portacco havo beoti laid upon tbo table
in- orurr inn; manor or moro inter
eit to tho poople of tho tto should have
auentlon. Tnis it iKirlevtly right, for tho
financial condition of tho country will not
JtUiity-au holding a longer 1t slou
..Uian i kctually necessary. Hut it Would
tiiH bo right to r.fljourn now, lor thero U
iuulo worn ;uai ougm in w 11 D U tiotl up,
and it will not coit juoro for this to do
it than it would tor the uoxt assembly.
The rovLIng of tho statutes is es-
senna!., A coinimjtco cniisiting of
mrce members or the lower house and two
of tbo senate, Mia iippyii.od jst-tt boforu
tho adjouririuenTlftil iprlu to rovno tho
statutes. They havo worked hard during
the rocoss. for, 7hbh, tervicc s tbey have
bf-en'trsld' out er' tbo staU treasury, nnd 1
think that every snsil ' man will
agree wijh mo thit it is bettor to
consldor what they havo , done.'than
to havo their iorvi;ci loit. And,
again, ve do not believ tt.o next ! ;nla
Hue will hro anything liU tho tNt
repmentel in it lis Is inhibit h-ro
ith Jjteel, C'ftiey, L'pton and uthors of
kcknouledjed ability in tie . Senate,
and llay, Oulluni, Conley, Obcrly and
others of the House, wo have u body or
law.makeri bneijualed by hoy state in tho
THE FrJiUVAKr AOAZINJi-i.
Tbo'February oumiHT, tbe tooond of
the' now lolutnoor.'Llpptncott's Maga
azifXi' fairly ipatklai with brilliant, inter.
Kiting and attractive articles. In this
number Mr. Goorge MacDonald's 1ong
promlst-d serial story Malcolm, really be
gins. It it brimful of ilno Scotch humor,
its churactert are tVillrully and clearly
drawn. It is altogether a ttlrrliii: and
loottcaptivating story, one of the antbor's
vry bist. Tho continuation of the ""ow
Hyperion" maintaitii tbe universal inter
Mt already created an Interest which is
con,iU'utly surprised and intcnslQed by
tbo singularly original and suggest
ire illustrations of Dore. "Joscphino
und Malmalson," Illustrated, It an
interesting sketch of Napoleoe's life at
Ma'malson and of bis relations with Jo
sephine, by Mario Howland. "A Western
Soeresi," by W.iH "VYalaco Harney, Is a
graphic and turloui plwo, descripvo
of adventures illustrative of tbe faculty
ol second sight. ''Two Marquises" by
HfglQold WjnforJ, contains a sketch of
the iUrfjuIs of Hertford, vbo v;ai tl.a
original of Thackery s characlor of "Tbo
ilar.juis of Stoyno. "How wo met" is a
charming story, by tho author of "llllnd-
pit. "Among tho Alligators" Is a lively
Tlorlda hunting sketch, by S. C. Clarke,
"Modern French Fiction," bv Vrancis
Asheton, Is an able critical arttclo on i
subject of constantly growing Inlotosl
This number ako ooolain, "A (i.ieen'i
Adventure, ' a vory sprightly papor, by
It, Davey; and "A 1'amlno In the lst,'
by )anuy It. t'cudgn. 'Our Monthly
(Josslp" iu thu Fobrimry nntubir is cfpi.il
In stylo and variety to any of it predc
ccors, and to say that is to cemmond tho
magazlno to nil rcadori of refined taslo
and good judgment.
Address liippnncolt A; Co., 7 II and "I
Market Street, Philadelphia.
Tao numbers of tho 'Living Ago' for
January lTlh nnd -M'.h contain thu follow
Ing nolnblfl artlcl : Hislnrical Photo
graphs of Old Home. 'CVrnhilt Maijiixlnu';
lohna'.han Kdwards, by I.o'lio iitepbon,
'Tracer's Migar.lno'j United ytalcs Kng'
Usb, 'Chambers' Journal' ; Parisian Jour
alUls of TIUy, 'Cornblll Maga.ino'
Mpatii'h Life and Character In the Into
rlor, During tho Summer of 187;, part 1 1
'Macmillan'e Magazine' ; Itichard Stcule
'Tcmplo Hnr' ; Principal l'orbos and his
Glacial Exploration, 'Chambers' Journal'
T ' T.'ftfa jc an o r y and Character, as
HlustraK!! by Mr-Tflnnyjonlncmimri
.MHgnr.In' , Kengal, Past nnd Present,
'Saturday Review' "Weather Wisdom.
'Saturday ItoviW Archilnld GWtnblo,
'Atbeneitm ; Tho yooJ of !ondon (,'ontn
rles Ago, 'Our Own Fireside; About Am-
lur, 'Chambors' Journul', elf., etc., with
tho conclusion of "l'.obert Holt's illusion,'
and tbo beginning of a short story hv
Anthony Trollop, postrynnd miscellany
With fifty-two such UT.beri, of clxtv
fear larg9 pages each (aggregating over
3000 pages a year ) thn snb;cription jirico
(S3) Is vory lov j or still better, for 110,
any onn of tho American $1 magazines it
sont with 'The Living Ah' for a year.
Now is lha time to Mibicrilic, beginning
with tho new year and volume. Littkm.
' Gay, JlostOli, )ublibert.
In S:rihner fur February, II r. Kdward
King continues hi '."Great t'.outh"' nrtl
clo?, wheh arc full of inlar-xtlng ds-iorip-
lions and tine illustration).. Mr, Albort
lthodos' pap!r upon liaranijor gives the
roador a very good idea of tho '.-or!;, char
acter and career of the French song writer.
Mr. filed i ti nd oontinuws tho suric of pipers
upyn what ho calls ' Tbo Victorian Poets "
Ho write" tills month of "Iteprc-intaiivo
Tr:o--Hood, Arnold, Proctor." Mr
Stedman's fyo for Artistic ctcollpiice i ?o
su'rcrtUnt ths public ar foctun-ito ii h.iv-
mi' t uoi r gum?. Mr. . & u vier Imi
upon "Tho Higher L.lucation jT1
Y.(rtw,'' and ProflVssor Atwntcr diKiis
ct"Jr. IMsuvelt'K 'Novum Organtim
Dr. H-;ilKO'i MiibJectJ urn "Itlch and
Poor," "Organs," " W'lmt lu.i ben done
ftboatit,'' Mid "fbe Wiitcbuitiii nud He
(lri-t-)r," ' Tlio Old Cabinet," "Home and
Soci'.ty' and "Culturo and Progttir'
pprlm rts arcfull ntid inturesting
I! I UAL fn.vv.fV. J i iv,.'""
To the JJJitor of tho 'Diily (irapbie:
J.OMto.v, December 31 Tlioio seems
to b no doubt that tbo ery palatal scan
dal that has been floHlioL-hIiouC in t'uki.
rioal circles here for niiu'o wock, now do
nied and tlifn sgnln nflinnoxl with cirtnm-it;.r,i..i-
i only ton truo. Mrs. Jtoushy is
oi).i or liioi u,ot baiidsuuiu women -m "tlio
slgo, rr.d "lay of tho grcatwtt favorilo
oi tbo London pi Id'". Slio is tho dnugh-
lor o. hi luniy or navy otlicer, ard ha
held her hsnd ft little higher thin any of
bar drMirtu clSeiiguc". A vom or tvn
ago tboro was "f'.u ..smIc.I
coueerniii" her and Prlii-n Tu -
Sut it was soon hiMhod up. ami I b.di.n e
thuni was, in fnct, no roundntipr. for it.
Utit a fn;v weeks tinoo It becan to bi- ru.
mured that n liaison hvl boon discov r.tl
bxtween her and mi actor of the I'ritK'Oof
Wales theatre. The story wh tt once
boldly coutradictitl, and Mr. Pteplien
I'lski', ol tbo 'llornot, announced that
Mr. llousby hail iint.ircd nctlmit aL'ainkl
tboie rvbo had circulated it. Hut ; now
appears that tho denial was false, while
the ttory win true. Mr. nd Mr. Itoushy
oinu coniinuo 10 nppuar each nl::ht at
tho Princes tber.tr!. in Mi's Jinid
don's play of "The Patient Wjf.V' or
'(irholdi i " but thny am otlicrwlsn oepa
ratod, and Mrs. Hnnibv Is said to ba living
under tbo protection of br lover, who u
himself k married man. When thn story
lirt becamo public, Mrs. Kousby failed to
mako her appcarani'4 fnr sovcral nights,
and ko advertisement in the journals an
nounced that she had sii'-tiended her en
gagomont in obedience to tbo .id vise of bar
physician, fiir William Gull. Hut I mw
understand that thu manager of tbe Prin
ces' tbe&trn Insisted that nbo r.ud her
husband should comploto their cngage
nuint, and thus vc shall baro the "PAtleiit
wife' every night, and tho audiences are
not at all diminished by tho knowledgo of
tho facts. Homo on has (mrwntte, tint
under tbo circiimstancus tho titlo of tlio
pieco should bo The railunl H -' aii l
Another tcaniiKl mi;: x n
has jml cjiiio u- lirM ,
Alhambra and IsUdr of the liae'y, I
become a mother without hii'if ' nu
a wifo. Tlio father of her oh. i i -iid t"
bo a vory uialted persounso, whoso mar
riage next month ic looked forward to
with grot interest. 1 nut tfdd tbnt tln-ro
l no doubt as to tho facts.
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i! a .aim; sinck Hid kk.stlnc k.
Si oiW Hirnld I.i'tln .
Hinc c his sentence Hszalno has coasod t.
do a 11 clii tiikr.'liti. He It plain rran'o't
Ahlllo liazalnr, wctrs clvillian clothes,
without a doooratloii and has an oliicnr
constantly besido him. Tho r.git itlou be
betrayed on llrst bearing bis sentence
cooled down In tho courrn of it few hours
and he began to talk of bis wifo and chil
dren, who will La ruined by tho heavy
costs of tbo trial, rvblch the prlsonor hit
been condemned to bear. It is a heavy
calamity which has ovcrUken this family;
even if Jlaralnet lifo be spared bn can
never hope that tbo entenco of tho curl
mariial will bo sipiatbvl. Ho
was not trlod in tbo mo
ment of political fermont, when
party anlmcjltles were raging against blm,
but calmly and quietly, nfter a long deiav,
and tho verdict is therefore final. His
ton and daughter must bo tnarkoJ to b1;
time at the children of ''a felon nod 11 trai
tor," for such ara the terms which aro
used in tho indlctmont, end they will i,ot
Lave the consolation which attends the
children of linr criminals namely, that
of trusting that their father's catnu may
be forgotu-n. lUr.alr.o's namn can nnver
pass out ol Frenchmen's minds. Justly
or unjustly, It will boutunpedon tho pages
rf history m that of a man who preferred
his owu v.rilaro to his (.outitr; s honor,
and children now unborn will bo taught to
pronoiinco it w ith loathing' Thcso are of
fenret whiih crry wltji tbem terrible ex
piation, GOING TO F.l.ltOPK AFI'KIt
CHoMim Pol. 1
Genatal Grant stated lo n Irlend yeilr
day that when ho retires from the presi
dential chair ho propose taking bis fam
ily lo Kurcpe, whore they will remain un
til their now residence in
this city . Wanblngtot. Is ready
for jceiiplitioii. From this .it l Inferred
that work on tho Grant mimslon is not to
bo commenced until the remit of the noit
presidential campaign is known. Tho
ground on which tho residence is to be
orccted was purchased by Grant a short
tlmo ago, and adjoins that on Ahich Attorney-General
Williams h putting tip n
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Sim k Adam was a boy "hard money"
has boon nno of tho main plunkl of old
fashioned Domocrnllc pl.uforms jet wo
And old-fashloncd Democrats in and nut
of congre.'t, clamorlntr for more green
backs. .Senator I'ogy, wIimo Demtcracy
Is ijuoicd on tho market as without j,ullo,
wants tl'.'0. 000,000 more to sturt with,
t'enator Gordon, of Georgia, a copper bot
tomed, fteol-rivotnd Democrat, sings a
tuno pit. hod In tiie samo key, and thus
they move along All this, Miiong other
things, causes us lo tiro nnd aslc omobcJy
to tell tho country whnl Domocraoy
means. .If' 7)A,'s A' 'lan'l
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
MUl i.' 1 . 1 ririvcjrp
I Jill JifL 1 1JOJ
a ni;v 11 r:i. i.n Tin:
.HOUTft.V M'HAICCXINi; (X
PltOPOKIilOV l'OU A SHIP CANAL
PHQM LAK'i: .MICHIGAN'
i'roiii Wis oli Jtii; 1 sits.
VAMiiNurov, January 'Jii. Tlio reg li
ter of tho tmasiiry whs beloro tbt' Homo
committeo on sppropriations to-day ox
jdalninjr tbe ;n inir nnd oxpeii'n ol con
dortins; liacs, Tbo committco wil
p-c-nt a prop-- ti -n to lli House with a
t,ch of KiaV! ij; ai.i.util appropriations
ror su'.'Ii txpci.jj', initsad of leaving
them to v-s pair! a . rmw, under thn head of
In tho JIouso to-Ihy bill t vcru intro
Jiiccd 'ld ,'referreri under rail of th
Mr, Gunckel iutrodiucd a bill to rupe.il
o much of tho act ol March, 187.1, a wo-
vli teprosuntatlvcs elect loconi;rcs mnv
receive tlielr compensation mor.tlily from
tho bog imi I. -ii: of their term until thn bo-
ginning of the first session of congreH
As tho law now stands uiembm receivn
vMrlf nlrp'r"Jrllrv'Vfu,tvf.,,''', &ro
In tho .Sarin to .Mr. Anthony, rrusu i.y
cuuimlttoo on printing, reported unfavor
ably on tho motion to prim tlio memorial
relating to th gov. riuuent oi the Di
trlct 01 ('hunbU Ho si.id that .thf
mcrnurial rnadu soiious cbrrges Hg".lnt
certain tilcors, but no proo ' to s italn
tl:m jo. t jan subtntttwd.
1 iv, m Iwvkk Mioiin.A:; to c.nr.o.
ia.l',t) Hu this morning Mr. .Shanks
lutroiiucd h bill providing (or tho survov
of a sii'p canal from Lake Michigan to
ttii Al iliippi rivnr to a point at or neir
Cairo. Tbo lull provides that tbo survnr
khtll bo mud by United States armv anil
ti.ev iit.viiiAi... 'I'l.n IMI . -. r ' . t t
...... y v.-jij ruu'rrcj ')
tho proper committee.
TUB LOUISIANA OAsK.
in ttui Funato this morning at tho :)u
ratiori of tho morning hour the Louisiana
one was remmod, nud riunator .Morton
haying tho lloor, nald since tho (juestion
had last been beloro tho .Sonatu ho hud ro
celved Information charging Pinchbkck
with purcliming,hi,olwllon,'r.nd wdth con-
unci m cjunecuon vtth liU election, which
If true, nindered it 1mm
have r. s"iit on the lioor of tho .Senate. Ho
1 .Morton (having a duo rcgnrd for his duty
as a oenaior, uiu 1101 icol at librtv to
witniiolil that Inlormation from tho buu-
ate, nnd had ho withheld it, it
would havo been nn assumption on
his part that Pincbback should llrst be
BeatOfl anil thai investigation should bu
made nfterwardn. Ho thought it his duty
to bring thu information bofoni tho Semite
and lot tho question dcvolvu upon the
ijjnate whethor PIticbback should bn ilrit
seated un.t thon Invostignted, or whether
tho investigation should bo made llrst. lie
thoroforo moved that the credential of
Pinchbeck bo recommitted to tlio com
mittou on U'.ivlleiMS and elections. nr.i
that said oommittoo hivu power t. send
fm- rjtons and papers: Mid bo in,trueled
to inve4jo n to tbo conduct of tta
aid Pilirhb.v'xl" eormectJori villi niJ
tMkUNAt. ItKVS.S'l Ii l!K(.Kll'r.
ludicnllons aro that tbo lutornal rove
mm receipts for this mouth will foot up
j.y.600,000, of which .U.OOO.OOO of thuo.tl
matu will como from a tomi-unnual tux
on batiks other than national bank, leav
ing thu Inland ol tho uiorith' collections
at about the nverago monthly collections
during this ficI year prnrlou- to tbo
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Clll' auo, January 0. At a call of tho
Cbiutgo Alliance it wal determined to be
gin tho publication of 11 now undcnoailna
tloiikl religious lourual, t whleb Profes
sor iiwing an 1 other antin.tiishod city ll
vines r.ro editors,
A lurgu number of tbo Chicago clergy
assembled at the Grand Pacific hotel. Tho
Kplscopal, l'rcibytorlan, MctbodUt, Con
gregational, Haptlit, Christian, I'nlver
salitt, Uwodcnborglan nnd other dunornl
nations wuro repreMintod, Arrangements
were made to hold elnillar mootlngs
front Loitlst lllc,
iin: oiuaj'.vi.La t.vn r.
LouiRvll.t.u, January 1!0.Thn Gbio
Falls Car companj, of JoilVrsonvllln, In
dlaos, which sullured by the panic, re
eunlly perfnuted arrangoments with its
creditors and It prnparul to rvuimo work.
A (Jerman carpontor iihmchI Denny
jumped oil' thu Jerryboat "A-lulo In the
mlddlo of the rivnr tbia afternoon, and
drownd Ho whs supposed lo be Inssno.
I rout Loudon.
LoniioX, January JC. ltit,ht Hon
Uonjamln D israeli has issued an addresa
to bis constituents In Illrinlngham, fVing
for bis re-eloctlen.
From Lou ell. Mna.
Lowki.l, January lid. Cltlzons of
Cbi.duHford ronort tho shock of nn e.irth
quake, which shook the building at that
place yesterday at noon, cii'islrf cunsid
I!fTiiN', J.inuary '!' Prutlttsur .1 F.
Holtou died suddenly at his rcaideuo In
Kvorott yestorJay of heart disease. Ho
was one of tho thru Holanists of tho coun
try. I'roiii ii York.
-"kw Yottn, January sr.. A mil has
boon bogun against tin! I'lllcUt bond of
evpnstniaster ,lono., of this city, oikHih
ground that tho lalo prnttmtor is re'pon
slblo for tho alleged defulcatlon of more
than one hundred thousand dollars by
John W. Norton, ex-suporlntendent of
tho money order department.
II. I.I. INTIUIllUl Kli.
Coi.i'Miiirri, Jamiary 27.-1 n the tionato
this morning, a bill wai introtluced to pro
vide that state, county, township and vil
lage trcMUrors tball not bo obliged to give
bond that all violations of said trusts
shall bo considered misdemeanors and
that cnuntlca, townships and villages stall
b" h-dd responsible for nil defalcation.
AaiiMi.i.K, January 1W TJsh gia-il
jury to-day found a bill of murd.r in ibo
llrst degroo nyaint Albert Powers for tbo
murder of Maurice h'agon mi iturday
wn.i nlro icdli-tsd and bel.i in S . - ti I f:.r
50,o;k sj hccci-sory therdo.
- - .
Mcvi'iii'', Jistitiary Sil. An 'Ava
lanche' special from Holuna, Ar!;an.-as,
says that on Sunday morning at I o'clock,
a Are was dlfcoverrd in tt.tr u itbwe't
comer of an imiiicno Iraio' bulldiuf'
known as Milw' row, belonging to Job"
A. iioppt, of Newark, New Jersey. In R.
fiiw minutes thn wholo building wu. .ihi7r,
desplto the clTurtol' thu citizens. It soon
spread to a iwo-story frame homo bvlong
ing to ,1. I!. Miles, which, togctbor with
tho two-tory brick of Mil's Vugusta Wis
dom, were consumed. On tho south, two
frame tore occupied bv (J. K. Hallcvand
I'.om Klder. ownol J. it, Mile, of Holo
na, and L. W. Armstrong, of Newark,
wrro swep' rifay. In this direction tho
ilro v.us k.oppud by tho largo store of
King A' C'lop'.ori, whose le of goods by
Arc and water will reach $i,0o, with no
Insurance. AVest of tho .Miles blor-k two
frame houses belonging to J, !'. Hamsey
and Jame .Manning noru dc-'IrnvwJ. 'J'ho
'Miles building cost I.OPO. Tho ontire Ion
will foot up fbnio 570,000. No Insurance.
Thn Hm was tho work of an Incondiarv.
Prom Ciiicibimti. j
CiMt.N'. 1 11, January 2il.ThoCbiiibjr j
of Commerc) lo-Jay adopted tho report
of Its railroad committors advising tho
trustees of the .Southern ruliroad to make
t'.rm, if fnvorablo one ar offer1", for
th uso ot tho Newport nnd Cincinnati
railroad bridgo over the Ohio ritcr st this
rininl. injtca.l of building a rmw briJ
Thj truateu-i of thoHo"""" allroa-t to.
tunneling and bridging on ...i0Lbfi?lll!nrn
railrnail irom ."louttj jnviIlo to near
C'bilwood, on tho state lino. 1. di'tunro of
. Xrttlea Tb0re-(-r over r.00 biddar
xijO result sanrtr.t bo announced for two
an 01 rn fi'..
i.i . ..sah, January 2d. A Gj;tto
p' ml from .'"prlnfled, reports a horrible
outrage last night by John Norwood, a
colored msn 25 years old. to f. iitllo iml 7
years old, tho daughter of a respi-otablo
citizen. Norwood was cantured after a
desperate light to-day, nnd lodged iu jail.
1 no indignation ot the peoplo is to great
it is believed he will bo taken irom' tha
ail and lynched to-nlgbt.
PiTi -r.i r.t., January 2C. D-. iiMam
Smith, of tbo south side, was am-'.oJ this
evening chnru'fid with poion'ui:. Thu ill
no of .lame McDonuld, ar.d subse
quently of his grand daughter, a child of
auoui e years ct asn, which resulted in
doath under peculiar ciroumstaucrs. A
postmortem examination of the hitter was
held, and u cliomlcal annnlysls of tbo
stomao'.i developed tho fact that it con
taluod it largu amount of nrenl:. Dr.
Smith has been ,McI)onald bi'.oily phy
sician for somo years. Consbleraolu ex
citement provailt in thii vicinity . u ac
count of several cnos of supposed poison
ing, somo 7 or sudden deaths having oc
ccred recently, having been under Dr.
.Smith. Homo ears ago he waa convicted
for p Ping cnnterfiet money.taod sen,,
toncoil to tho ponltontinry for ti years, but
was subsequently pardoned, arid resumed
the practbn if physician In Temperan' e
- - .
in vki: m:vs.
Ollii-c of Olenatioo, Sivrul Hcrviec, .1 , :,
niniy. n.uly repot t.gLlK' W.tgn ol water,
with tho cjMfrjoTrfur tho 21 hnur ending
- fFefock p. m.. January 2iJ, 1ST-.
AllOt f ;
Ii 0 11
7 0 h
1 1' 2 I!
( J I
New Orleans J. n
(HI City ,.
llelow hl';h vr.tcr mark.
tlmrverhig. nor. U.a. A
I'manUKU, Jatuary l!fi. ltivor falling
with 10 feet 0 indies In the channel,
ClSfiMJ iti, J.nuary 26 ltlvr slslng,
with 2j feet 7 Inrbcj, N eatber tlear and
NAiiivii.r.K, Jauuarv 'ifi.Hiter still
llslng with 1(1 foot on the shoals. De
parted Ada Hellman, Paducah.
Kew Ori.kan, January 2. Arrive.1
I Mollis Kbort, Glnclnaatt. lhirarteil--
Crescent City and barges, tit. Louis; Katie
Wcalhor cloud v and cool.
Hi, Lot is, .January 'Jfi Arrived
City rf ijulncy and Carrie V Kount?;,
New Orleans. Dej.nrted City of Ches
ter Memphis j Johnson, Keokuk, Hiver
stnllomiry, with to feot to Cairo, Wjatlior
cloudy and mild, A slight rain prevails
Mkmi'HI.-, January 'JC Ariled.MIu
noola, Cinclnnntl j Hullo Leo,. Now Or
loans. Departed John Means and bar
ge and John Snudder, New Orlosns ;
'l'urnurand Kllgour, ('Incinnatl; Ashland
Arkanas river; Capitol City, Vickburgj
Hello Memphii, t. Ljuis. Hlvor ma
tlcnary. Lot i. 11 i.e, January 'IK No arrivals
or departures except the packets. The
steamer Camellajwa" sold at Marshal's sale
this morning for SJ,760 to Graham & lire
court. The purchasers Intond running
her in tho Cincinnati nnd Tonnessci river
trade. Hlvor at a stand, with U C Inches
In the canal and 10 feet 0 Inches in the
canal, Wcalhor clear.
Mem I'll i, January 'li Klour Arm at
C 00(S)9 75. Cornmeal easier and actlvo
at 3 .15. Mutter in activo demand with
advanced prices; 20rii;10. Hggsdull and
prices drooping; 1. Corn Urm at "iCi,
71. Oats heavy ; receipts depress thn
market; CBiVoti. Hay-. sales of western
at 1.. (i0(.. VI 00. Hrnn rpulet and weak at
lo in hull'. Lsrd demand good at 9J0
10J. Hull; mo'ils shoulders HiGUti; clear
rib SJ ; oloar ti. "
Sr. Lot' in January iC, Flour lower
grides soarco and wanted ; good to choic
Inactive and uncnanged. wheat spring
active and higher; No 2 I 25'fTyl 2CI ;
fall rtrm; No .1 red 1 4Jf7il No'J
1 CSf-l f,S. Corn higher; No 2 mixed
CJ(5i;(. Oats in better demand and
higlior; No '1 suixud ISfVJt!,'. Harley
ttendv and held nbov.j buyers' views. I'.vo
held lilgbor ; No 2 IC" fi'l. Pork steady
at 15 0Cf3,15 25, Dry salt moats strong ;
looio shoulders oj on spot ; clear rib b
llaton firm, and higher on sides ; should
7 ; clear rib f; clou 'J packed. Lard
firm prime stearn j. Whisky still steady
Cun Aoo, January 2G, Klour dull and
unrhanged. Wheat, demand active nnd
ndvuncod at opening, closod dull with ad
vnnco loit; No I spring 1 20,'; No t!
1 25r spot; 1 2:; February 1 2R1 March;
No 2 1 1PM.1 10. Corn domand active
and ailvnncnd, closing with advance most
lost; No 2 mixed 631 cash; 63, February;
00 March. Oats demand at fair prices
advanced; No2ISJ cash; -ti' March. Hyo
Arm; No 2 Hoftil. llarlev uiet and un
changed; No 1 05(5,1 70; No 2 1 l?,a.
1 oO, according to location. Whisky de
mand fair, and prices advanced 'Pork
demand fair and prices advanced 11 50
cash; II ,' February; 13 9j Jlarch. Lard
demand fair and p"rlcs advanced 0 25.
Ilacon demand good; shoulders C; clear
rib "i; clear "1, all loose spot; .J cont more
for tho nicest. Green ments Urm; shoul
dorr. 5J; clear rib 7; hams 10 lbs average
Uli (hand Gift Concert
For the benellt ol Hie
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF
"vim iv j'TrjjMO IX
Success Assured !
A FCLL DKAWINli C'KHTAIN
ON TUESDAY,3Istof MARCH NEXT.
IN' order to meet the genetal wish and
expectat on of the public and ticket hold,
ei- ror tho lull payment or the magnlliccnt
gilt", announced for the fourth (.rand Gin
t oncert of tho Public Library or Kentucky,
the mmaaemcnt haw- determined to no,t'
pnrio tho Concert and Drawing until
lLLSDAY. tho 31st of March 1871.
I hey have already realized
OVKHA .MILLION DOLLAHS
from 1114 U" U reSkt 'anj agent- yet to hear
No doubt It entertained of the pale ol
r.i A "eioro trio urawlug. but
w litflhcr all are sold or tint tin. ,tr.i (; u-111
porltlvi'ly and unequivocally take phco on
Hip : clay now ilxcil, an.l il any remain tin-
.-01(1 IheV Will 111) PXIiesll.nl nn.l II,.,
iclll I.,. ....I. .....1 1.. I ""," . ' .V" t""""
..... oiiiiciu 111 jiroponion 10 llic IIUkoIiI
1 11 .r ii.
Only OO.OOO tiokut-i liai bcenlisued, and
12,000 CASH GIFTS,
will bo ill-tn!iulci nmoiiL' iim iii vio i.i,i
.pi. . ... , .... - . .
mr IUM-1.1 Itrf, Minil'll n mii.niu ,.l
tc-ntlw. .ind all fractional parti will be renm.
entcd In tlu drawing ji,t an whole tlekeH
i.isr uk airi.
One (imiiil Cash Lilt.. ,,
Ouo (Jr.iiid C&hh (..lit ....
One (irand Ollt .
(Hie (irand Cash (lift -One
(Irand Cash (Jlft.T.. . '
lOCvh (5IIL'S10,C00caeh .
;0 Cash l.llts ri.lHV) cm h, ,
ft) Cash (Jilts 1 000 each .
So Cakh Olltrf .'lOOeach.
Iihi U.h OlfiM 400 each .
15(1 Cakh OlfU .!CI) each .
200 Cakh UUl- ilOOcteh.
:ri" C.l'h Cllts 10.1 caeh .
11,1)110 Cakh (Jills riOcnch.
. If") uyo
. M 000
. 1:, 000
. 17 t)
. ico (m
. l.'io ooci
. M 000
. 40 Oil
. 40 000
. 4.'i 0X)
. .V) 00.-1
. .'12 Ik 1
. ''!) Otl
Total. 12,000 (lift!, all Cah, aiuounl-
..Ini?!" ft .V1OJW0
'1 he chutict'a lor it Ullt arc ui one 10 ilc.
rniui: or th-kkth.
Whole tkkota .... (m
Halves 2?i (HJ
Teiitln, or aolf coupon - . ,, no
II Wholu ticket for MM) O.'i
2 J? Tickets lor .... 1,000 (Hi
11." Whole tleVets for - . r,,0OC Ml
227 Whole tickets for - . 10,001 00
.No discount on less than fc.Vio worth ot
Tlio Fourth (lift concert will be conducted
In all rebpecM, like the thrco that havo al
ready been plven, and full particulars mny
bo lenrnod Irom circulars which will be ?nnl
free Irom Ibis cilice to all who apply lor
them. 4 '
Orders for tickets and nppllcitlous for
ageucles will bo attended to in tbo order
they nro recti eel, nud it Is hopod they will
bo sent In promptly, that thero may be no
itUapoliitiAuut or delay in tilling all. Lib
er.1i terms are given totliOFo who buy lo sell
agilii. All aitmita nro prcmptoriall' rc
1 111 I red to settle up tlielr account und to.
turn all unsold tleketshy thu 20lh day of
March. THOS. K. DHAMI.irm:,
Agent Public Library, Ky and Mnnairer ol
Jilt Concert, Public Library bnllding,
a A M r lhHOiV,
1 1 k 1
a a 0 o u u i u w
If li V Id ii M H T,
, UAUO, lf,.
NO. 172 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
. P. HATIIU-Hh.
11. r nut,
l l'IMI I'OO 1. Illl I
Ji 4 11 w V IMS I,
(.' O M M I S I O N M K It V A .V Th l
'JP r.on 33.: Q-jaxax :
HA Y AND W'E.STKN PKODUCK. .
I . M. PHlLMPti,
Pm wardiug said CoiD'.uifJnior)
W tl A Kr-HOAT PltUPHlKTOH.
eptr.l to lorw.rd ull lln.li ol nelbt
to all polnu.
ltui.lne i.ttj-ndc.l to oroniptlv.
pi: t k H O U H L
FLO UK MERCHANT
a. hi 01110 u;vr.i;
. is. ThiMli-wod.i. r. .i.qiii-iewoo.t
TIllSTLKWOOli & CO.,
Uo M t 8 I ON 1 K It 0IUrT8
FLOUR, CORN, OATS HAY, ETC '
Xo. 73 OHIO 1.KVKK.
HALL1J)AY HKOTHEUS '
POHWAUOltfi A.HH (JOM.MIHHION
vs tl st si i a a. ttx.
DliALKlta JN KIOUH;
Sn'jln I, I
OHIO MtrStt SH1I tCAKAlHU
ha x.'i.- c jo''.r.'i?' s 'j.r t. me..
VI) Ohio Lhvhh,
STKATTON & HlltD,
( OJIMISMO.N Mi:itCIIAMS,
Agents American PowiltirlCoiiipitnv
No. .".? Ohio I.offo,
QKNKUAI. COMMISSION MEirANl
Aud detlvr Iu
LlUK, CHUIKT, 1'USTKli, Uaib, Ktc.
No ssiiiu lrra,
ti&ri wilt sell lo car load lots at manufi
turers' oiices, adding treUbi, s-i-ti
lli l.iil Dealcn in
nnd 1 1 1 Is 1 1
NKW YOKK STOitK,
WHOLfclSAl.K AND KKTAIL.
LSkoirar vabiiiv si 00 a. in thu out
GOOIH BOLD VliKY (JI.OrJK.
runirr i.f (S IuoSmiisSi nSrS hwJ
ti. O. PATIK1I
D. A YlSllr,
E. ,t, AVitrtS
AY KIW & CO.
:iL o u'
GL-NKJtAI, i;0MSIIII) MKUOH.ANT.S (
tin 7n Lt-vUK.Dni.idAiao, 1li.
WOl7i) ItlTTKXIIOI.'SK X "iliid.
(isiiutal Oututuiiatou Merubu
ma 01110 r.KVttrt
C'OKFKY, HAIUtlSON X CO.,
(.-iiccef.oni to t. Uurd & Sou.)
rS.4S!l.,lHA!M A.MS UAI,
.No 03 Ohio Levee, CAlJtO.llLLd,
JOHN U. PHLLia Jt bOiN,
ietc.r. iu Ji.tiu h. l-tlllu,)
I UKALK113 IN HAY', COKN, OATd,
Flour, Moul, Bran, &c,
MiHU'lH KOU LAKLI.N AND It AM)
Uok. Tsiif ill .SiHKKr amis (;iiiu LKt
II. A. 'Ihouik j, u ''hua
TllOlia Sl 1JHOTI1KH,
flileeesosr to II. M.Hul. ii,
: COMMISSION MKUOHANIS.IIROKERS
AND IlKil.ahd IN
hlAlila una I hiii) Oiw hUj,
t foreign nud Donictllu
I ITS uft.-lSTX) H4-0-TB
'. Ul CounuerolalAvrfUUe,
j UAI UP, . ILLINOIS,
MILLHR & PAHKHK,
j KOKVY AltlilNQ MBKOHANTH.
IDJJALHlty IN F LOU II, COKN
! Outs, Hay, eto.,
AUKintl you KAIHllANK'B BOA L KB
Ohio Levee. CA11U). ll.LINOIrt,
(J. I). WILIilAMSON,
WHOLESALE (1 110 (IE It,
.Mid Dealer la
Xo. 70 Ohio Leroc, CAIHO, ILLS. '
tueutH and tllUiiK order.
0AHPENTJ3R & IUTIU)fcjR
Iracii .Mreel nua WMblnlu Asscssim,
lh7Sr,A.lLL,0J! ?' 0l,l."U "nL 'lOhiOU