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llliaaftnn .if ..n.iilfii.. .I.. ..li.rlnl.i. ttilA
lw will coiuu tnuarely before the llonio.
A Warm llahata trtnli- til.na In lha llftll.a
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aaatss avary.'MC, H
KAXtlf felrty-tiro candla'ates
for Us aosilloa ofUnited States tenalor.
. tailtfTlr la Li;, 1. i
Tax Missouri legislature buy vote!
afslattglviag woman the right to hold
school
.
Tat compulsory education bill, upon
wkkh UfvIUlBoli senate voted on Tun,
day, kid aa qoIHniabr of friends and
enemies la tktt ttklfwaiity.fotir roted
for it and twntlfclbirt. eknif it.tf Two
Senators, whose opinlonj on the iiiljeot
are unknowa, tmtbMl,
Thi ruaaort regarding tb return of
Harper, the defaulting ex-collector,of Ja-
tlsaa'alfclitsi"i? at Spring Held ob
Ta-I&ltaja uad.r parsfik
af the gilWsaliat attfca a wltassTia
the PklavdWHIrT'ewerand ii safsftpm
arreiL Ha wat raoaivad with manyileaa
onitratloai of welcosae by hli frit 047'
"WiiKinarox gossips havefcagita to
poUt tkelr peas at Mra. CWif iJaitlca
Waits, aad acouaa bar of baing not beau
tiful, aad extravagantly fond of droit
aad society. VMaVMltag Mm. vValU
off aaiy, aad aa aba la Mr. Chief Jtutice
aayhoviad:ioatas,aa'. alter that, fact,
hUlaat.aUkaly to allow tuch char
gee to diatwh kit itjj much.
TH&Viafa'et.ynltoB county, IHInoii,
in a raoalar quarterly masting, concluded
one of their resolutions ai follow:
We are ltaad to learn that aevcral
proaiaemtaaMUray ia obediaaca' to the
publio aenliaeat of their reepacliva atate.
. concluded to favor the unconditional re
peal of the iafamoua aalary-grab law, aad
we ilacarely hop aooh to learn' that Prea
ideat Qraat hu concluded to turrender
hia ihare ot the swag.
8ariagiHjVuraU ofL Wednea
day morning lays :
The argument, in the inaltxr of the a p.
plication for a receiver for tba -Cairo and
VlBcannae railroad,-were continued yea
Urdaw.Oaa. Gu Raivsa mada-aa able
ipeT yesterday ifioraTng for the'defeniip,
and wei followed by Hon. W. 11. Ollbert
of Cairo, ia a apaech of three bouri, alio
aanttnat llih -traailin ur h. riiu-ti
oa. A. L. Aaapp will make tho clMlng
argwaaaat tbli afiorr.oon, in favor of tho
application. It la expected tbo ca will
ka concluded to-da ,
r -
BORKOWKD BLAZKS.
tffimthoM ftehr Wbeher a
I'jintbody,
helped the 'Sunto thine last night. It
iaJriAlaaVwWa.LoWij light, we
tutpact, built tl4niTirUea-i,aild it
'Waxea" were all directed Jh glntt ilr.
OberlyiaaWe of tbo'legifUture from
AletAUatt eouilv. Contrary, lo its utual
euttea;U adaViafotm iUradert that
it "woU rfleV toilU. subject againH or
thuUwMUaSva, mora to tay on thW
'.yitfi yW'-bttt it -actually
devoMetaato aad a half, a whole
cotaraaM avaalf. of. itt nrcclont
10 .W.jtlllag,tha people of
f JFm:.9WfMw Mr. Uberly't
doiags la Ua.gitLal urm jit copied frum
two radkl3Bewtapaf,.,th.e uUis
GlobKfirAt'Cioago 'Intor-Owtn'
what aaeaTaaa..aVdeiu aald i. tbefr ra
patUva papert ofMr, Oharly's.apeech In
favor of Uo aNrajaeat ofaa leeitla
tura ob tba Twaaifalk of FeVruiry, and
thaa rhloleA-'Bi pub.
lUhlBg ijalwailijjatnrattt in nmA
to Mr. Qkaadf'vlMorlac tkot?ln
which ka it re'Med ."iaa.ntu. etc:
ut. do
"Wall,
about ItT
newtpapef
whenever
ooatalalag'
the unfav
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fprlnjillFM cdrrctpeinlcDCC ul Hie Olnry
iiciuuju:aui
SpRlNQrici.u. January 1874,-,
TLe leglilatlTe tlory wa Bava to tell
this week it not uno of tbrillinx interett
ibuti-wa will try to give ,lt ,tli merit of
brevity r wi.- i i
EDL'CJLTIOVAI-
. The tchool blllt have been eonilJrpl
one altar atmtb'n" uM Jtn.(.,l nt. Tan.ltlll
reported on the coinmme.cn oduiMtli.?
inaklng.varkmfhancM in Ibejtchool law
wat.kMad (iSm.avHii ameMm'aivu after
14 tAaaaBBBBBBA Liitffc BaWsi iWaaaTla fl eMAnejaBLaaAflak an aVi.
Jectlonable to itt friendi that one or them
Mercifully .aioved i UiMtho enacting claute
Imi alr!ML'An nuL an4 It . . n.l...,!
xoa ooanpuitory oducatton bill mat witb
k'hataar f.u it ..rKl iArrtAit.U
dvocalad-by Mr.-r3now, an-d-bafort thV
opposition baa time to rally their rorcet
it watpwt Bpoa )tt piinijo and pMeJ
wlthAtll .rn.hilni.nl Tn.i v.till Wa. n
c4At lll'hul iltnnillrilliA. u'..t.
laifj.-Thb ari6rulc.-dr the Ml rrutto a
61 the voU, but all 1W Vain? Tbo' rnbtioa
to reconiider Wat oromptly tabid. Tho
bill it now in the Senato and It it U'llovod
that it will pan that body without amend.
maut. iu r;uinHiiin tupport 01 Itlll
meaiure Ii briefly fait : "All tbe prop,
erty in the ttate it taxed for Ilia tupport
f tbolr, tdorofor tlio tox.n.ra
h rlffht tn Initit h( .11 l.ll J.-l 1-
UjiaUteakiM ihatajn the Lonefiti lo be
aerlved tram tbe tax. V
t i t .
The Home, by a decMed majority, in
atructed tbe Committee on Education to
prepataia kill aboliihlng the oflica of
CounUiwpertntendent of Sclioolt, and
fltajkWlking Coijoty Hoards (of J'.dttc-
H f; :k f :
tS AKOTHER 1NH0VATI0H. fa S
- Verily, the tacred rlgbis of rndivlduaii
aft in danger, -that it, the sacred' right.
vt fnwjn, iimw vDiivi u aaa iuiiui auuo nuu
iree-wkitky, for while the 1 touts i pro.
IJI l IL. i .--. .
"iul iur uo vvuipuuury euucr.viou 01
noglected children, the Senate, by making
drunkennAfiia flnahln eKrrm nritvn.i in
abridge tkariasiieoablo right which runny
inaiviauaia minis iney aavo to get drunk
when they pleate. Hitherto drunkennett
hat liAAn rAtrulatnil nnltr v mtintnln.t l.t.
Now it is propoied to lay that. an v man
found drunk In any public highway or
Othor Dublin bleca or If ilrnnL- .nH ill..
ordorlv at bit own home may ! arroit-
TEMrKRAMtK.
Tba SDeclal lemrioruncfl rnmn.ittun haa
baan mvivnl. Tim nf.lnoi lfn'm..ll.i.1
demanding its attention it a resolution
tiling Iptvillsltnn In nMVAnl llm ..I. t
f ...v mi. v.
intoxicating liquort under the cuiio of
meiiclnet The comniittco hat n lUflicult
tak in hand.
arssTKircTivK i oxTKMrr.
Ijlyg BULLETrNJ'TJJAY, .TAKUAKY
rlV Re I Til K 1'HK.Sl DKNT'S lAWMV a1Ii .1 .11.... .Ti1
Mulct ltle
rejiori'S back
led In a reaolutlon olio red by SirHavana, ,
adjuurninent iiiieMlu on
olhori with Ixiog intimidated by
nt "lliinhanr illd hot wanl-the
urovlillnr fur an
the Vfoth of February. Varlout oDlnlom
ro oxpreitou, some or tne tneiiiiirtrt
$bari;cd olliert with Ixiog intimidated by
wat no ncc
ed teiilon
toiflon prolonged oven to coniDlotn the
. n 1. . 1, i.t . . .i . . . ...
wui. tit iiuTiamn. ii:inriv wi ni inn
opinion that there would bo no morn rail
road letrlllktlan. Tim nnniilo nr.1r.1nr Ilia
opinion that they ought to go
apme, no tuougut to too. Jones
thought the adjournment talk all
bumcombe. Thoronilderatlon of the ret
olutioti will be returned to-day, hut-iitjllj
" mo uay mr aujoiirumrni
will rin 11 rmi until in. ...n.v.i B......if.iH
..... t.v u n vHomi na.omuij
gcu on 1 or tun -.vooiii on ttio railroad quel
lion, and then if the revltion work It pro
retainer tatltfuptormll v tt tnv l..il,l ti.o
- ' J .1 HUIH . U U
general aiieiuMy here until tho ilrtt of
April. h. LXui4W.iJi. hj
IliilfrtiaXlinl liAailn l,An kfilinaink.iIV..
in relaUfirifio adlournriunt iU oihaaniU..
tloni, aad cothj favoan eavly ajjoufa-
mini. iLpniiniipunA win in. i.t ii .iiv..u
upon Oiilaljlut; all ntecaarj- lv(Ilatlon In
regard to railroad, the revenun law and
tbe revision of the ttatutct.
.ii. u:. i." 'i"
i 1 -nr. AjtaWaUifi
wpr-mo
iMicvlal In m .St. Wll Hep
AnntMurSBK .1aaaV.
dent hat JlnaliPreiiari
iiPHi.H iu unman, ana will not faava any.
thing to nay about J.oultlana matters,
after having drawn up hit i,iotiaKe and
ill iiauai nuitiB ilea 11
squarely baokcU out of the Independent
10 j.'ii.tTvBJt; Hiisaaw
m1a that
WaWni
eot'JEthk.
to Watblm;.
capital ftotn
o LlilUre lit
Oql'VxeSBBBNatlolial ll.nLr
:tOB,iJB.'' 'K inUln.ut llm
llllllaa w.nl
,0(TfaBTilllll kauirtl...l t.l . ... I .
nilt nv nf t So'l.tlf
Mr. Kellogg 6f Connecticut, in the chair,
.uD vuuiiuuraii in 01 me army bill wat re
eu.' v. 1 of I'll'i i
Mr.
IT'rrTTB
L .932 I
rfjBK cat- J,tT m
-ieB -iw -IWXJLV W
I W "aaaeMisMaaai
m
tn)1r'ale and KeUil lalert 1 11
v t
ifaworaMa
rOftlrl
this
wa'i't aablWa'
Wit till lu. L.
torUaa?tos1o,ana:Jhoiv it will not
! "grjaaajoTtuoiliei,
lf wt k5FJkJliljlB tba ieiojwr of
W'?J!aWlJe ! tbe'3un'
early jnspiaaaaaaat the log-
spaack, tetvrjf (t, and by this means
brckijaBal( the charge of being
a deaap.'yjfce Radical prett, which
ballavta ttat'.Ua iagUlature should re
aula la.asaalM.aAd make away with a
"SfJ?)' When
T' LS MM.gaiB,
aad to acosisk'Mri OUrly.'itahoiild adopt
aaotkar ptaa of attack-, And eipedally
let It sat alfaaaat ta.straaflhes lUalUeks
by the aula charge that Mr. Oberly
waautogoto OoBgrast. To change the
ueUpkor, wa are almost forcod to believe
'that tke stafwleji casne frow our gn
a rally asild little neighbor last craning
ware tkrowa froaa a gtau houte '
Suiax B.
. AXTSOHTliniil II,. now.
adttar, who thought ka wat pretty well up
to aaeieat history, aaaertad thai Mark An.
' tkoav Bever had a sister Huaan c.r .n .n
auat Aaaaav ,Uat what eb is d'is.
gastad akow,TVof iW si a big bump of
saauiy pnae, aaa saver goes uac on It.
f 11 1 ai
T a aw sqnK'eisaTaUUs ot.Ueaeral
' Boett rests ay a padssUl inadaofgran-
stl these graaHa - Waoka have yialdod
atlar SM.00. Tkr. Mro,!ofi LyBd'i
! laaa pyaeiastad .ia, aojeAtrUa altitude
BtlliUrygiary wall ulewiatat) to All tba
,..iV'.., -
Tllrt K.Ra nf III. fM.ln..i IT.,.1.11.1'
airftlnal'lho annrAtnn iviifft Ii.. Ii..n 4..l
dedagainitthe'Journal' the bill based on
the '.imirniil1 ranlflmnt nitA lmvlnr li..n
defeated In the homo by an overwhelming
um.l'jruj . .
ibe ditcuitlon or the hill afforded a
Dne opportunity for the display of legal
nuuwieugu aim oratorical powa,M.
iri ouaw 01 Barron, repreienting tlie
DOTMllar view of lha nni.ilW.ti iti.Hu .
clear, conctte and logical snatch in favor
1.1111! l.t -i-'V l
u ma uiii iiuiiiiuc ma powers ci courts
to iinpote flnvt tor contempt. Connolly
of Cole, tbo "littlo giant" of the Hou.e,
followel blm In a masterly speech, dopro
eating any change In tho law. The
Homo listened With r.nt lintinm nv.n
tfca 1.1ttlllnrir. nf lh.ilill..i..t.innn...l,l....i..
of lha House. Oborlv. who folFotwil Mm
could not weaken the force ofCuunolly's
anMimenW.
Thn Tumult mil nf tinirm ttitir..ui(i in.
"coiitamprof theiJournal' fur tba.twenty
eii'hth tuamtil ai.cmlilv prif,h(..'-lii,..
tald c6atamptuiotly,Unv oarTof itt rnewi
bort I'hntd'bp bought JWi"th"a -II ve'ollar
bill.
1'iirharii tho nntvar nf rnnrii in Inirui..
tlne4 fur lontutnnt ahoiilrl hn mnra oln.rlv
defined, but tbe bill bofure the house vm
too radical in itt provisiont and would
have denrlv.d tha ninrt nt anttinrlff in
enforce obedience to their most rlnhloom
maudntei.
HKilJ AQA1X,
Mlnorltv rnnrM.nti(tnn i.nm.1 nn.i.rtui
onco in two weeks to bo killod.' The last
time It made Its appearance in the shape
ut a I'ruiiuniioii 10 meet me vooK county
commliiionnrn en llm inmul.ii.. ni.n
The House -wont thruugh the usual cere
mony 01 calling tu roll, and the Cook
county cumulative pot wat again
tlauohturad.
It is confidently exnectod now tint ilm
next attfmpt to apply the cumulative svs.
torn of voting will bo an attempt to elect
school directors on tho minority plan.
UOXIUIENTAI..
Thd honoretila ninmlipr nf .In n.vl.a.
COJIilv oilirht to l0 ca lad 'MnaiimHiill
Jou.." We do not know unon what
principle It is that bo opposes all monu-
mourn, uuium u luai ueing fo lall ana
ufreiur loinoiuing 01 a monuiuenl mm
self, all other monuments appear insignif
icant to blm. First, he opposed tbe appro
priation for a soldiers' tuocumont at
Mound,City ; nmt he made his monument
al spich in opposition to an approprla
tion to complete tho Uouglas monuinontj
and lut week ho placod the cap-stone on
his monumental effort! by a violent speech
in opposition to the proposed appropria
tion of $7,000 to aid In building the sol
dlers' monument at Antietam.
O'linn. of l'eoria. immadiatatv .nt lha
floor, fuinn Is an Irishman, and bis
" Irish as up," Ho broadly intiinatod
that tho gentleman from Jo Daviess noid
not he concernwl at all about a future
state of existence, for, said Cjulflu. "his
soul Is too small to bo saved or to bo
damncJ."
"Order I ordor I ' rang out over the
hall. The speaker rappod violently with
111. n- ....1 a...... 1 .
;, uu una mstoa, uui uniun
stood In his place looking pale and mad
Jones replied It very much the same
spirit, and people about half exoute them
uvjr ty mat "i4ntnn couldn't
belli it, for he Is a randy-halrod, ssndy
whiskered, hot blooded Irishman, who
has hen through tbe wars, and if the
remarks of Jones wouldn't arouse blm.
what would V And they say of Jones
that "he is the lelf-constllutod guardian
of the Treasury, and if Jones didn't guard
Illinois is placed In an unenviable po.
1 11 U"i 7 Mn"Cl,? f, XUa 1,ou, "B this
bill, Ul all the states interested, onlv two
Illinois and Delaware, have refused 10 ani
proprlato tho sums asked U) aid In build
ing this monument. A larger amount was
appropriated by this stato to aid in build
ing the Gettysburg monument, whre
less number ol our soldiers are burlei
In tbe House tbe bill was tabled about
a week ago, and tba subsequent dubatu
was upon a motion to take the bill fr0oi
the table and put It upon it) passage The
motion did not prevail ; and now It may
be said of Illinois that she refuses to i-lve
anything towards erecting a monument
designed in part for her soldiers who fell
oa the far-away battle-field of Antlotaui
OUIUISAL ( Jin;.
V1? .".m 9 U ""fu"v considering thu
revision bill, revising the criminal cvl.
and it is ijelteTail tlmi 11. ..m . '
vary satisfactory when complete!.
j nr. aii.ro ap C;UKiTioy
lies slept quietly for an entire wfV it
how a riTTaminu I'iiysician
DOCTOUKl) WIS PATIENTS.
(Special Dlipalch to ths Chicago Till.uue.
rirmiiUBa, fa., Jmi. 20. To-dav in
formation was brought beforo Actinu
Mayor Hutlor charging 11 doctor named
t I L 1.1. !! .. . t
. . u. 01111m wiiii inuruer, in poisoning a
rh:in named .Inuica .McDonald, stx(y.seven
years old, and la littlo clrl turned Man-
Ann Ilrobd, agod eight year. Tho doctor
resides in what waiformorlv TemiHrancc
vlllo. in this nltv. Smn
was engaged In the drug business inwht
was j.awrencaviiie, ami 1 bow tbo twelllu
ward 01 tnis city. In this placo he was
caught in "shoving the queer" and sen
tenced to seven years in the p3nlt'uotiary,
iruiu iruence no was paraonoi liy tlie
pretidant over a year ago, whon ho settled
down to practice In tbe ward where all
his victims resided. Smith Is short and
tbick-iet, about five feet four inches in
height, has a dark complexion, cropped
beard and whisker", rather dark, and hair
of an iron-gray. He is about fifty years
of ace.
This man, who was fluent of tongue,
and whom tho pooplo all know as a crimi
nal, brought to hlmiulf a very large prac
tice and succeded In ingratiating himsell
iu tho confidence of tbo peoplo. ' Itseoins
tbU hu had a lot of drugs unliibelled,
which he bed left from his store when he
wa insarceratod, and these he uied in his
practice. McDonald, one of his victims,
took sick on the 20th of Drcembar last,
and the physician prescribed magnesia, of
Which hn Inft a h.Ulln nf what ha .Ulmiil
to he the best uiade He ordered one tta-
spoonful to be taken, but the old mao
needed no more, for in throe hours
he was a corpse. No suspicion how.
ever, was aroused, as he said tbe
man died of cholera.inorl lit. Tim noil
case was that of the child Droad. Ha
gave tho child medicine for worms, and
tuen oraored tbe magnesia. , '.lie aald jha
it. 1 . . .1 . . ....
.mi. ..I.. , . "Heu ; -""ru ui mo military conmi tie,
in ii.. ..i.i1 r , 1 jmnai n-tivKiviuw oi tun army as roiileiu.
hiin :... " t."sl"l",'t "hleh means, lted end sbowe-l that it would not he
wm7 0,cu' ,U,.V Atiorney.(ieneralHoeary to muster out a man, because
W till Bill I flilft ntaUsal1..l ni.nn I.!.. a . I Mi A .1.1. al . .
tftfid si v ih upi'si nun in 1 .hii -uajpiuuuH.oi iHti nn j rtvery
i jj.iTa x:- t wvtit'ii. avuroit j"r iij ueaiu. niPirfiiioD. iirt rn nti.t du
.7-aaaV UrnHtMBhaaV
aiiM intraofftr bveft maMW.iAr
which tbo Morirli of tlio'ludgs now "Wo
wiy inaca at um instance and by the In
struction! privately telegraphed to Durell
T . e R,Uorny-goneral. Senator Car
penlor did not speak on Louisiana to-dav,
and it is g von out that he is sick. It
lOOkS a If Ihn thnn O.ln.. ....
going to bo hushed up and ths
causeoftha mMnn ni,.n .i 1.... 1.'
.traceable totba aijmtmcnl of tho dlll'or-
Ann. mlilnl. .....I. t. . ... .
"-"- "-"k piece laii sununy artor
noon In Hillings' room at Wlllard's hole).
Whether or not this genoral fixing up of
things Ineliiilea a vtn.lt.ioiU.. nr n:.v
. , i.HUI'.niliru .1. . .ITU
back aad his admission U the .Senate, re
mains to hn nn. A 1 .11 ....... . 1. .
- ' nil vvnntB 1 . la I
varv fanUi.l u. . .11. ... n
ess all Hniari. "n ..u.u..r
. ' ; . 1 w iaw iffini
Cartrtt.t In ntail.i ..... 1.. .tn ii 1'. .
. ..it.njB iiv will vpvjaHiO
u iK-umann, nut tna'uattaf is
noiriy coriain to tm remitted to Senator
Morton's rouuillttao Immnril.t,,!.. .n,,- i,.
close of bis speech.
aphii
Reported Expressly for .the Bulletin,
THE LATEST.
.From; Wellington.
IIIM.X MONtn.
WAHlsnTov, Januarv 20 The ureal.
dent to-Jay ilgnod the act providing for
busts of th late chlf justices Tanev and
Chas, to be placed In the supreme couit
room. Also toabolMi tho oflice of dopuly
commission or internal reyenuej , Alio the
act authorizing eolratfe to' be exe'euleJ at
mints In thn United States, for foreign
countries. , , . ,
evicr-'-spriscKit.
Tho Senate commlttoa on nrlvlWej and
elections to-day listened to Gen. Morgan
of Alalunm, oulling the argument and
ovldenco he proposes to present In bohalf
o: aytes wlui contests with Spencer for a
seat in. tbe Senatu from ..M.h.t,,. w
Chandler Inld his case In a similar
manner for Spencer.
sertion amounted to oyer,half itt strength.
It was only, necessary to keep down the
enlistment li and lose oil' ,ome -x.
tranooui matters in' lha niiti.im.'.li..
depertmtnt and other branches nf thu
service. ,
Mr. Niblock skid If the House lesirod
tho reduction of tho army it should past a
bill to that affect, and., ihut,got(clilof Ibo
expenses which, under tho existing law,
must bo and would be made, but tbe mere
withMdlng'-hr MjSjJ0.Vi,U:iomlr
responding law reducing tbat branch of
f uuuu itiriico, wai uoi economy, Liu sim
ply making a deflc'loacy. ' '
-CiaelBMti, Oalsi.
BEeoLLTiON or BKapKOT.
Ci.vciN.VATi, January 'J9. In tho Con
Itltutlonal convention' to-Jay, tho teloct
ooinmltteo 011 the esolujion of fespect to
Chlof Juitloo Waite, their, .iate preslJant,
prosentod tbe following resolution :
Kesolved, Tbat lo accepting of tbe re
signation or Hon. M. It. Waile, we bear
testimony to his character ka a citizen, kit
umuiguunoa qualities at a jurist and bit
ability and impartiality as . a presiding
olUccr ol this tody, .retiring from this con
vention to accept the exalted position
to which he has been called. Us
carried with him the. affectionate
regard of tboso with, whom he hat been
ofiicially associated, and we feel confident
tba In the exerciio of the dutlnt
highest judicial uilice of the (Jovernment,
ne win man lies t lbs same devotion to
duty and tho tamo faithfulness to public
trust. '
Tho resolutions concluded by tendering
the thanka of tbe Convention and instruct-
ing tbe commltteo to send Chief Justice
Waite n copy ot the resolutions. Tho
vote adontini. thorn nnt fn.tn.il. ..t
hut tbe whole convention at tba.suggex-
.mi m una 01 iii rneiuuers role 10 its
feet.
trusts: r.a.
The trunks f the. Southorn railroad
to-day had conference with tbe commit
sionerc or s.ovlngtou with reference to
the contribution of Covington, to secure
a line of road. and bridge from that city
iu Cincinnati, xnev will to-morrow con
fer with President Scott, or tho l'ennsyl
vanta Central with reloreru.0 to the terms
of crofting tho rlvir by thy way of 'ew
!.-. mt' . ii. ".it.- - .
". 1 no raurnau nriuge roulo by law
must.ba located n Kentucky bvitbe 15th
ilir Af nj.nii.ih ' " A
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HOME MADE CANDIES,
NO.' 172 WASHINGTON' AVENui,
(.I.etWrell ldlli aud'l I til 4.)
CAIRO,
II.X.I2tOI8.
Pari-..
KLKCTCll.
PahI4 .f.atia.w in t
Alfred "Sleziera and Alexander Dumas
nave been e Ire toil innind... v L
academy. f ""
Hotoii. Miias.
RosToX. January Th. r... :
. J " u l.Vl.lllllk.17
on Teileral relations lo tbe Massachusetts
Senate to-dav reported that lha
lions passed in 1871 censuring Senator
Sumner ought lo be rsscinued.
Mndlson, Ind.
AHIIANOXMEIIlSi
MMStiy. Januarv UD Arranni...i.
are being made to celebrate Mardierai
r...t... 1 . .1 . .1 "
icitivai uero on me 1 hu on a general
scale.
LuBtloH. Eiiglaad.
I nil I ... IT limi.ru 1(1 TL. . . .
Jennie Lule, tho claimant's witness Irs ths ' ,nd unchanged.
Ticbborne case, chargrd with' perjury,
again came up at the How street nolica
court lo-oay. Ceorge H. W'hally, tbe
member of i'arliament who mainlaJni
tbat the statements made by Luis were
true, was ixarulncd.
c oudy Mercury 30 to CO. Klver has
" .X .'o6t; au'"e" ftir, Port litt-IJp-Jobn
Kilgour, Arkansas 11.11., Kay.
tto, Ueo Kab.ru, H H Turner. Mary
Ament. Ilnarn S. u. . ... , '
. . - . wa a .-vk-jiv, aauroiilif
"
MARKET REPORT.
Micuriiii, Jaiiua7yli0.Fjur quiet
Corw raaal aaalar H iJt in , '
- - -i':t-. ii. viurn aciiva
iemaad and advanced, ,Cc in store. Oat
Hay notniaal. Hrau quint i8o
wat", JJr W.Oati Si
Hay quiet, rholca u. Pork dull
ijewheld at 10 60; oM. IB. 60. llw-on
atlH. All others unchana-ed.
CiiiHAoo, January 49.-PO0r dull aud
nominal, Wheat dull and prices deollu
H.K; Noliprlog, ll!.l; o5 ffi
;r.'i Fi)ruAii: Na n l if. "..t a
' af I tm- eta Sjniril UUIBL
had sbuie'anS brourfht' tba nm' linuU'
that had been left at McDonald's, who
was tbe child's grandfather, and gave her
a leupoomm. wnicn was torced down tho
innocent victim. In a little while tho
child showed all the evidencos of mineral
?o!onlng, and Anally died in groat ntcony.
n about three (hours tho stomach and
bowels of the child vro analyzed by
Prof. Wuth, who clearly testified" to large
quantities of poion being found in tho
bowela ami atntnacli I hnv.i i--..l kt-
. - - . " . u ii hkhi ,uig
model physician's work, and lound ovl-
M2m.- I 1 1 .1 .....1 . .
wra ui uui leu .nan seven victim' po
toned by hlin.,
k JUK-OlillAN WAI'..'.' !
(New York Herald.
Tho nuws from Cuba ahows that the
insurrection ia iRtherliifi. tmw HfA airu.
the overthrow of tlia Knnuhlli In Snuln
Manxanlllo, which hat bean almost iso
lated during tho past year by the lnsur
genti under Ueneralt Calixto Garcia and
Modiito Diaz, is now reported to he sur
rounded and threatened by the Cuban
forcos, whose nuwbor ia set "dowa at four
muuaaiiu. iriiniirii.nl n. i.tri . nu. in
..... ... . . .ui- " 1J 'I in
demonstrating tbo growing strcngtb of
the Cuban. In tiie EatUira, Dopaft
mont, the raid, of an" Insurgent
baud Into the Trinidad Valley
is still more tlgnitlcant. The meagre in
formation allowed te reach us through the
telegraph speaks of tho destruction of
throo plantations aud the larrylng off of
tbe slavos, but as very little faith can bo
placed on tlie accuracy of Spanish actunts
the all'air may be of still greater cons,
quonce. The fact admitted, however,
proves that notwithstanding tbo much
talked of trochas the insurgents are car
rying tfco war westward, and are rooccu
pyiatTdistrlcti from which thev wore driv
en some year ago. It Is ibJ deliberate
intention nf the Cuban leadsrs to carry
the war into the (Jin.?o VIII.. n.n...i
(iomo. is showing how vigorously he can
carry out his plans. Tba victories of Palo
tioco, Melones aud tbo sacking of Msnaz
nlllo. Santa Cruz and N'uhyIii.. thnw ili.i
tbe Cubans aro well able to maintain
themselves agnionttiiegresteit tH'ort
Spain cair phi frirtk. Tho nctloh'. ol'Sfr
rano't new government lo sai.iag'ob' and
impritnning insurgent who hod nirrm
derod to the goverrmnt will probablv
cauta ttimiiinrt in HrwiV .n.tn ( thu in
surgent standard ; and ns tbo men in tbi
ueld bavo learned how to win arms and
aumnltlon ,y the aid of the terrible
machete, wa ruav nir'ruuis tn'a& tlia'l'nli.n
strugglo taking such proportions that ,it
uiajr uo iiniiniiiio longer to reiuso tne hi
surgonts recognition at belligerents. Cas
telar's Kepublio no longer blocks tho way.
MISS NKLLIK CHANT'S AP-
PHOACHIN'O Nl!PTIA.i
(New Tork Herald Waihlngtou Telegram.
MIsh Nollle Orant'i engagement Is one
of the leading topics of socloty chat here.
It will bo remembered that Fanny Kern
ble, the tragedienne, who married Mr.
Pierce Duller, of Philadelphia, and was
afterward illvnrnnfl frmn htm 1i.it .
younger sister who evinoi-Xa greaUaleut
for musfc. ;!) atudff .1 fjS ftalvirsil In
Purls, anjl a.kdB a en,ton .1 Jovoral
concurls'.'butli.floire she wat falrlyn tHe
stage as a prima douna, tho was wooed
and won by Mr. Sartons, a rich English
man of an old family. Now, when Miss
Nellie (Irani returned from Kuropo last
year she mid tho acquaintance; on tba
steamer, of the second son of th'is Mr"
Sartons, and the Intimacy rlponod into af
faction Just then the elder brother died,
and tho fortunate swain thus becomes tbo
heir to tho Martens eitato. It Is Intiiaaloi
that thu marrisgo will coma off in tho
spring, and at tbo tame tlmo Col. Fred,
(irant and Miss Kitty Cook, tho eldest
daughter of the es.goornor of this district.
SENATK.
W'AHi.Mirox, January 2tf. Ferrv of
Michigan, presented a petition from' the
eittaentof Illinois, asking that the legal
teudors be substituted for national bank
note!. Jteferred.
Mr. Kamaav rifaAtiln.1 i. ti.ililm ..r ii.A
citUoni ofonlaat.askiajr a division uf
territory. .KeferredP A t Vl
S. M vl..iii v !-. " i! .A e
resolution, instructing tbe committee on
puliltc buildings and grounds to inquire
aa vu mo amount n niiiininaiiog ga con
sumeu auu paid lor uy the a-Jeral gov-
iuiiui.ui ai it aaiuugiou, aau ii iue cost
thereof could not be diminlebed. Ho
said too amount of gat consumed in pub
lic uuiiuinira tou nuouc Promina w . bnnp
rnout, snmo years costing nearly one hun
ureu suoutana uoilars.
.Mr. Carpenter asked the attention of
tbe Sennt-s tbat ho might obtain advice.
He said tho press of tbe country bad called
.ii....: .. i . ...
ai.ijn.ivu iu mu auuie growing out ol tbe
u of .'the, contingent fund ofitlte Senate.
He was aware'of but one, Knd tb'atwas
luruiiiiiug stationery to tue reporters'
gallery or tbe Senate. Ho had signed
thrao orders already for that purpose,
and this morning bad lound another on
bistable awuitlm. ali.n&tnri. II. l.-.i
-searched and could nut llnd anv law an.
tborlzinL' the President of thn Sar.am m
givoauou an order, but believed It bad
been tbe custom. If ho had violated law
In signing orders, he was willing to f-lvo
bis check for the amount, .u h..
signed ibem in accordance with custo-ii
and without ain'oxirhlriatlnn nf !. r I
1 Atttr th'a'debato tk'o.commlttoa oii ouu
tuugeiii eipuuiea was insiructrxl In tnves
tlgato as to tho amount of ttatinnorv turn
iihed ruporters and whether the practlco
limil.l 1... .11.. .1 . 1 '
.uuum mifc uu Ul-culiviuueil.
The morning hour having expired Mr
l.' ....... ,.r llt.kl a 1 .
.cnj oi .uiwiiian, was cniiua to the
cnalr and .Mr. Carpenter addrcod tho
.senate on l.oiiliiana affairs.
Mr. HavIey, of Connecticut, favored
the well-consldcred bill to reduce the
army alter a systematic manner.
Mr. Nesmitb, of liivmilitarr corntiiittea
protostod nzalo't tbe reduction of tho
.array, which he said bad been got up in
accordance with tbe views of hiimhti..
pence cummitalonun whom IH... nf m.n.
aging Indians was by preaching to them
wun.i. auu jiiiu cruciUbd. Jl Uod
Almighty had gone preaobinK tbe coapel
in tlmt wildernos?. ho would
Kepi tbe bair on his bead twenty-lour
c Jle (LateiHleil frnilliar lnurf ai..ii,.t iV
iiiparitoris utuelly tridofagainV theralmd
declared thu tlrst effective missionary tho
inuians ever bad was Miles staodlsh.
The moat coulldlng woman lives In
Providence. Sbu went to an auction, and
knowiug tba provaloncu of tblevot at inch
placet, asked 'a oioe-lookiug man o take
care of bor .pocket'.book, containing tt,0.
He is still taking care of it
HOUSK.
.WAaltlMOTO.V. Jannnrv--JO . r..
iiard,' fron the comnjittee on banking
and currency, reported a bill to amend
several act relatiog to national currency
and lo establish free banklnr. The bill
was read. '
The National r.ducation Association
met this morning, ani will continue In
session for two dava. ti,,. h.. .,.v.t...
lor dlscustlou will be t10 comparison of
lUu I .... I ...... I.... 1 .. 1.1 .
vi. iiia.iuuviuu iii r.uropu with instruc
tion in this country.
After discussion at lo Uio dispotltion to
be mado of the bill, the House rafusod to
recommit it to the commltteo on banking
and currency as deiired by the chairman
ot that commute.., and it was sent to
commltta-oMhwhule, with tbeundcr
s undinthatjdlM called up lor disci..
sion In two araoka. " . j
i . . . . -. jl
Mr. Mavnurrl alto mu-i 'i. 1 111 11J1.
i .i. 7 n . ' ,uu "", " mil-
Ing tho amount of Utilud .States note in
uiiuuiauou iu i our mitidrod millions,
and allowing their oxehango into con
VPrtible at s-100 bonds. Kofum-d to
committee of the wholo.
Mr. Maynard also reported a resolution
Instructing the committee on bankliiL'and
currency to Investigate tbe affairs of the
Oean National bank nf V. v.i. ...
especially whether Thodnro M. Davis, Its
receiver, or tho other ollluial have 1hoii
guilty of mltconduot; with power to sand
for persons and papers and to appoint sub
committee to take testimony in New
York and olsewhoro. Adopted. Mr.
Maytiard also reported, adversely, upon
tbj bill to establlih and maintain a
national sayings depository aa a branch of
tbe post ollles department. Itcferred.
Mr. Phlllllit from llm li.tiM-.. ,....i
' I ----- - M . WIUIHII.
tee reiortal a bill autboriziug the Citi
zens National hank at Hogersiown, In.
t.'hri..... rZl.. U...I. tT .."T!i'i
x J4 "s?1.4 M, rTebruary
Prohah llitlea. . teller; 0lo February. 0?e ii.rJ.
Wak tit. soto .v. Januarv 211. For Smith. ,nu ady ttiKle, clear rib m..
ern New Knvland and MIH,1IU Ail.niU rcspot, Green shoulder f.l h.. ...
states partly cloudy weather will prevail, ' Whi..key vuiotand weak Bt 97.
wan iiigLv so iretn variable windt and no Naw Yoaa, Jaa j.riour dull and
decided change of t.mperature. lowest super 5 708 30; coaaasoa to rood
tfnr Nnnthnrn atataa K.at nf lk. VI..!. i! lns,i in. -..V .' 0 ? fOOU
irpl river, clerr weather with easterly to , white wheat X 7 KOfiS 00. Wkltkv vm
southerly windt with falling' barometer and aeUve, 1 00. Wheat WvV aJd
and a I lirht rit n Inmnar.liiM ln-. I . r-v.1 ".. f"PTI.a"?
For Ohio Vallov and thanca waalw.rd Nn 'V -Uli-.. S,"A'. w
to Miunurl. iiiuthnrl iVamifh. I. I .n.ln-'saai aiLiLw " .13!r
S W'? I .triaTSrci
aauaivuHm u..uB aue nigin, loiioweu nignen Oiwaatan 1 gn JoioDeBaat
bv lower tomrjaratur. ritlnr liarnmat.r.1 4nll ninut.v... L : "... rr .
and drlrzling rain. , afloat tH2J; white WMiaiiolT and
For Lake region and Norlhwntt, north. ' new western sailed 81 aew allow wa.1-
Ktrl and l'i.Hl.,w iiV ur ,,7T u "I?:"-"""' ' f '"' V" ull BBd lower;
: 7- ( i .sw. i. im 1.1 v I i.iiuiiii aiiiiw.
rnr l.nwaa Turnin
. w m - - inii.. uuumi ninr mr 11 . - -
changed. Pork Urm: aew mess. Ul: Feb
lit: n... .. .
rhlladelpWa, Pa.
II A II MXKTIMO.
I'llll.AIIKI .IMI I 1 .l.nii. 'JO 1 I
- -. .. . . .m j .1 1 J . . V . 1
ine of tbe bar lo dav toolr action on llm
oeainoi Judga. Abompton. Cblei Jus.
ticeAgnew rrrMldad, and iuloiies" we're
delivered by Judge Porter, Woodward,
xwia and .uaiow. Mr. n
aid others.
OLVMI'IC TIIKATKa:
'thu loss by the burnlbg of tbo Olympic
theatre, is ustiaiated-at a quartor million
J -1 1 . 1 .!... .1. . .1 .. -
uuunra, uujiuea iue aeain 01 two Urumoa
ami six otnors teriously Injured.
TUB INRCR-UitXi
The Insurance on the Olympic theatre
building amounted lo $46,600 and included
lifteeu hundred dollar each In the boat.
menls of Pittsburg, tbe Amazon of Cin.
cinnati, Pire and Marine Cltlxens Peo
body, of Germany, Kail City of Whtel
ing, lirewor'a of Milwaukee, Citizen of
Missouri, filllha of flhleai.il un.l K.lii.n.l
, Of Mississippi and twelve hundrrd dollars
eaeh in the American Ontral rf St.
i.cuis, and Alleiimndla of Ohio
an,l at.
rence Vallev. cloudr weather with
I snow and lower temperature.
Law-
light
KIVHU.IEWS.
Uilice of Observation, Sltial hrrvh-c 1. .S.
army, imiij- repori ni inn ctae ot water,
with the i-lungc for the '!! hours fiullng
3 o'.dock o. m.. Januarv 2:1. 1T1.
(Above, Changes,
iow .
stations. watcr.o ltlae. Kail.
Ncir Vork.
Hl.r TKINH'OUTATIOX I .
lOKK, January 'J'J. .At tlm an.
niinl meeting of th Cheap Transrjrta.
tion company to-day, II. P. llakor wat
elected president. A resolution was
adopted protesting against an increase by
tbe leglslatum tjf thn lianltnlian Iht nn
emigrant! arrWIm. liAra. Tim
m lennmni ucilitivi renortM In fa? or of
at.. a, -f .1 a
luiuivYVuiVDh ui iue UAOif inii Wstr.
uuuin viiom. znvt-mnr with thu tnaana r.r
tranifor of inurchandiio. TL commit-
toe on Molwooil Uaniportation ruportod
railroad, from Now i'ork to the Mistouri
lis (l
lllH JCallA llMliWiw rfm ti Uta '.
authorized President Watson, now in Ku-
rujio, 10 negouaie-ine company's bonds on
favorable terms ; and also the continuance
of laying doublo track oa llieir roads, and
replacing woodon bridges with Iron" ones.
from Columbus, o.
COI.UMljL'S. Januarv 9fi In tlm lln..'
.1.1. '' , ' , . .
iu I uiui ninr. i t u'lir. in. -mi i 1... ...
luiribe an executor or ailmtnlalr.tnp K.v.
ing a claim of f 309 or more against hisos
tate, to give notice to heirs' to provide for
uauiioaiion, oooks ana papers of loan
in 4nvlnira aiioclath.na K . onnimlii..
appolntod by the probato Judge, To pro
vide for incorporations for receirinir and
holding donation! and bequests. A reso
lution WSI nll'nrnd and nr.l.nl nrlntivl
asking Ohio conicreismen to exort their
Influence to tccura an amendment to the
constitution, providing for tho election
of president, vlce-prcsldont, and United
State unator by popular veto.
Clileogo, Ills.
inn )i'.vai ji'Kint.
Ciiicaou, January 29. The H'nat
U'rith convontion to-dav was larirolv at".
V - 0
tended. A resolution introduced bv A. E.
Frankland wa unanlmoiiilr annniml
which refer to tlm rsititnrinluf nnitinili.iA
to carrv trim nnnr.tinn flintil.n In nmi.tl
a commemorative tutuo at tho exhibition
In Philadelphia. Tho tubjuct of a homo
a.cvlum wat coriltallv nii.niiiinatiil.il
to tho adoption ot each grand lodge, but
a general laeiiiuiiun wat condomned.
KviinsiVillo, f ml.
r.VlKhl'll r.v .l.till.tv 0 ll.l.nu II
", " 1 .'". . ; " . iivii.n ...
K.ta. fSlra. Htnll nf It.r-lt.. 1.UI.,.,
....l . I . . I r - it i . . .i v. i- .i i
auu nulla imiytu 01 .in IT I orK, mo lead
ing lady and wifo of tbo manager of tbe
llfihini. M IV. tn nVnii.i. n..u t
. . . . . ... ...... .iwil,' . 11 11 lJlll III
Itocknort. Indiana, onteru.1 suit to-dav In
tlm Iln lint Ktatvi nnrS In thl. ..Ii..
against Townsend .1. Taylor of that plavo
iur aiauuur, uauiagoa iu,uuu in eacil caso.
'I'llrt ilnf.ml.lit t. II il.w imAil. m.... Ii.nl
and ai'cutt'd thn ladles nf stealing a pair
of kid glovet.
llrowiuvllle.
Bruntwlck..
Cairo
(.'Ilicinnnll .
Davenport., .
iiuuiinnu . . .
Evantvlllr
Frec)ort
llenauim. . ....
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lCaM--sa City
Knokuk.
LaCroi'i'o
Leavenworth
Lexington
Little Mock-.
Louisville.... .... w
Marl"tA ,
Mempiils
lorw .iitnu'ii .
iauvllle
NcwOeneva
iS'ew Orleans ... .
Oil City ,
Omaha :
l'ailucih
Pittsburg
Plattsmouth
Hhrevenort
St. Joseph
St. Louis ;
t. rani...-
Vicksburg
Warsuw
Vunkton
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. i?'."a WM 005 ' weatern ci
twi. tjoaaa, sugar acd molaasaaa
changed. Porkdrm; aew mess. Ul;
I An. II IT.T It... .
-"" a; meai UDOBaOgeo;
beef uncbaaged: as ddlo Broj; loag .Tear
01 tnnl Alaka a T. 1... a a .m
J'l .. ; ." '"" oa aort clear
b. 8S'. i'?' ttasm
tyot and February 91 March 10, April.
I Sr. Louis, Januurr 3. Homp dull
and unchanged. Flour dull, weak arid
unchanged. Wheat-Sprint: dull, weak.
1 4; No 2 1 65l Ci). Cora dull
llargelv declined; No 'i mixed lttcj.
Oau dull and lower, No 2 mixed 455J.
Barley in demand, flraa choice Kansas
f naso,Ml? TV 1 fll?m'
1, 8185. Pork Irm at ICeSillk Oraa. -
meats steady. Shoulders lY, Clear Kib
clear 6J. Haau 8); dry salt held very
Urm; tales clear rib aad clear to airlve
JI55 in ten days. Salt iheulJen C.
Sr T,yj' "MMjj, 'Bacon strong.
Clear rib 8 cub at closa, with 9, offsrsd
for round lot dear rib. Lard firm
prime steam 8. Whisky unchanged at
iW. Hogsqulai: light shipping lots 4 DO
5n?i Pcker' 6 OOfM i5; butchers'
5 6CC 75; receipt! IftoO. Cattle quiet
and unchanged.
C. l HU'&'HES,
UKNF.RM,
INSURANCE AGENT
'llolow high water muiK.
r.nwi.v JJoeTii,
Olmervcr ilg. her. U. S. A
OKKIUK
UfjlTtKUttd:
Ohio' Levee, over Matbuss A
but hHrtt-Ltuia, Vompanlt
ClNL'lN.VATl. Januarv 5I lttn fl f..t
'J Inchos and fulling.
MKlfl'Uli. January '20 rtlver rliln..
tlqwly. Voather clear and pleasant.
YlCKHHVBd. Januarv '.'0. Down f.'itT i
of Alton, linlla nt Khrnvnnnrt irn :
N.rnlnnln f'.nl..l Ht...il .i.. I
--"I ...i.w. VI.. n iiaiuar t'lvar
aim coot Ktver risinc
PlITKIlima. Januarv 90 Th. Vl-in.m. . SAlfJfOltD. MflHUfH h SIAKinVk.
gabela nine feet 2 Tnchet and still risinif f , - '
ilowlv. No Arrival. Sam lirown lfi
for Cincinnati this morning wit a tow of'
coal. t
Cincinnati. Januarr'i'i niv.r r.uin.. I
with Hi feot iuchc. Arrivud Arllnn. i
. it ti.. ... ..
ion, jnvnipui.; Anaoi, wiioeiiag.
INSURANCE
KStTA ItLIBHKJ) ItUtB.
INSURAiNOE AGENTfJ
Do-
uiTr
7 OMts lAiTaav
NATION At, BAMK SVIfHtaTa
OAIKO, ILL8,.
parted Ironsidos, Now Orleans; James
D. i'arkor, .Memphis,
St. Loui!i,January 'J'.l-Arrivcd llelle
Memphis and (!ity or Vlcksburg, Mum-
I'm., tiifiiiiauu, linUKUl, eiiailvU
ilulia, lokiburg; Imporiat and barge
and Paulino Carroll, It ow Orleans; Laura1 1 " 'dJf ilabllhed Agency lo Sotltbirn
uiwiy,
l the best
I United Statu
To run I o, Cmui'lii.
;i,ift'Tioati,
ToKii.STo. Januarv 'iO.Thu fil(.n,,.
in Ontario and Ouoben t0-ly bavo re-
suited in return nir a larue mslorit tnr
the now government. Sir John A. Mac.
Donald wa elected, however, by a major.
Ity of 10. ' 1
and
Davil. Nashvilla. lUvar falllnv
-,
out uppor stream rising.
Xkw Okkkanh. Januarv J! rniltain.
11 I .1. .. ..... ... 1 .. m . ' 1
wiiiuiiiiiaii; x-oviona aua unri.o. i.onia.
ville: John Kvlo. St Ixiuis: John Maan
Cairo; Fannin Tatum, Arkantai river,
an arrived, xno uonto r.oort, J'ittaburg;
jain.s nowaru, ni ixmir, an departed
ireaiuor cioar auu pieasani
Arrivod Blla, "White rlvor; Hen Prank
lln. Plnnltiliiltl. Ounartail l..t .ilnlil
I - . .. iu. iiiv
i. e. .1 ... .
iienry iv. larger, auu oiary Alice and
barges. To-day Hello J.eo, Hi
Louisville. Andy llaum. Oincl
of Chester, St. Louis; ltobert Mitchell,
i.uuisvilie. The Oreat Itepubllo lays
over here inttcad of going to St. Louis,
and roturns to New Orlenni.
Louisvii.i.K, January 39. Kiver reced
ing with 11 feet 7 inches in the canal and 1
0 feet in tlm Indian nasi. Arrived .
Thoninii Dean, Cincinnati; Arlington, 1 ,i,vt fi mh-.t.
Momphls. Lawrence, Nashville; Alls-1 AdjjyuivAA Cil
Illinois, rvpreiehtlng over
$G5,ono,no(i oo
Insurance Capital of
tbe
Jl K. MAXWKLTs 4 LU,
Maniifactiirers and Dealers In
Mary Alice and
1 MACHINE h BURNIO OILS
and
AXLE GREASE;
Also Agent far the
"tviiiiB, )4la V V stvv at ave feeevj
gbany Hello and bargos, Cincinnati; Mes-
. . ...J 1 Hill. ..(.. IV.-...
ouj;.ji- muu uarv, ifriauMlK .ijinrili.
Thompson Dean, Maw Orleans; Arling
ton, Cincinnati; Larwrenor-, Ciuelnnmi;
Alleghauy iiallv, Cincinnati.
RvaksvilIiK, Jaauary 5W. Weather
dfar until evening, when It bicnme
GLOBE
AM)
LUBRICATING OILS.
No. 7Hi, North Maine Street,
, SliLoals, Mo,
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