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Bead la a; anatfer on evcrj nc;e.
YlorfcildenL,'vVilon I in lloston.
fterFanny Ksberti, of Kltterr, Mnino,
recently performed tbo tuftrrls'go ccro
finonjr former ton.
The Kight Hon. Benjamin Disraeli has
issued an addreee to hit constituents In
llucklnr;hamblrc asking for a re-election
jo rr)imcn. .
The Minnesota "Washburn ,V. !) the
defeated cfMiPifa frTortior 'of flat
state, ll tuiifaj'tbB tarrtst flouting mill
in lb West"
Jobn Jay' friondi declaro tbat If Gon
eral Van Uiircn it confirmed as Consul to
Ktnagawa, Jay will fool compelled to
resign, as tbe position vriU bo given to
Van jjpron a an indemnity for hU dee
rftdtMl.ljOetorilrlirlttow will in tbl
cisipfntod to Vienna. ,
CeM Xoi Molakii has bocoma the con
serviUSaiefodldaUJfor tbo Gorman 1'ar
liitairtnt'ierlin.'Tho indication aro
that be trill not be chosen, vj Berlin Is
truly radical. IIIi supporter any tbat.
his candidacy it meant only to'tcit tho
fullest strength of the conservatives in
A "Washington letter wyi . "Tbo pret
tiut woman In "Washington this year is
tbo xilo of tbe new Arkansas Senator,
Doraey. Sho 1 a Spanish-looking beauty,
with Tery.loag; Mack lashes, dark cye(
and rather imall, tidy Ccnre. Iio U a
heavy, material-looking character, liko an
Median trader, aornething that way."
'Tha'Hbn' A. W. Charterli. of the Brit-
lib army .-who wai recently killed by tbo
AslianKe, waa ono of tbe best looking
and moat popular men of London aociety
lie waa an ardent loldier and a volunteer
for tbe African service. Ho tva to good
in hi prolcMlon tbat his papers,prosented
at a regimental examination, wero read as
models to the class succeeding bis.
Kx-Mavor A. Oakley Hall, of Now
York, has fire daughters and ono son.
Tbe latter busioi himself with n printing
preu preparatory to learning tho art of
printing practically, and then journalism.
One of the daughter it a designer and
etcharjlhe iocond a writer of children's
tiooka and a, pianist ; tho third, a student
of the lyric art ; the fourth, an accom
plished amateur actress; and tho lift h is
learning to bo a modlsto and millinor.
"Mr. William, Cullcnt Bryant," says
tlMaiilYOT& correspondent of tho Ilos
ton 'Transcript, "tbo poet and vonorablo
editor of the 'l'ost,' is halo and vigorous,
seen even, where and constantly in Now
York ioclefy. A fow evening! slnco wu
met bim at an invitation reception given
at tbe new Colisoum in Now York. Ho
waa accompanied by Ida daughter and Jlr.
I'arke aoodwinrYou'remeniber tbat to
become son-in-law of Air. llryant, Mr,
Ooodwin ran away with bis daughtor
Fany:tVMVl6Bgiticie before tbo
pootwfcld.tcfglo Hliat act,, or speak to
Mr. Ooo'dwin'J so'lholb'say who know tbo
I NT K UN A
INew Y'ork 'i'lmcn.j
Tbo 11 rat international societies estab
lished in America wero started in lBUS-'J
among tbe Uer(uan,in tbo city of New
York. Zsvl87a tw fronch sections were
organlial.'bmt.U'.was'BoCutiUl tho first of
! vkat Americaiu took up tho
Idea, atkdjfcc1i tha formation of boctioin,
me urst 'Aiacrican aeetion ueint; no. n
s At that time there wero two French, two
Irish, and four German sections, aggro-
gating nearly 2,000 members. Among
tbo tounden of section No. 'J, wero Ira
.Davis, J. W. Gregory, Theodore S. llanks,
un', irtiir Alien, ' xoanuer xuoinp
(oaKGHtvf JIaildo, John llalbert,
John1 T.KIIIott and othors who becamo
subsquently, and have continued, more or
less identlUod wltn tbo cause. Davis unu
Gregory aro dead,, but the othor nro all
enjoying the dola wtt J'Jlfe, .liberty, and
tbe pursuit of bappinesf," wbicb the con
stitution of tho United .Slate generously
vouchsafes to all who como within its pur
view. The only dillorcnco between them
and ordinarycitizens is pqrbaps that while
they bariXjBQOiQbf !(l.Jthqy. desiro a
little more liberty 'and" a etiorter route to
the attainment of happiness than that
over which il'ha boon o long "pursued"
and so rarely overtaken.; ,Kvory momber
of the section established was an artisan
or mechanic, or at least was engaged iti a
kklllefl industrial avocation, and too. No; 9
in a few week onroltod about 200 mombora.
It appears tt, up to that timo tberg bad
been atocloty1nown as tbo new Democ
racy, consisting principally of tho men
who organltxl that American "section,''
They held meetings woekly, and iuitiatod
what "ercalletl, the cosmopolitan confer
ence", for the education of tho working
men. This cow Democracy bad corres
ponded regularly with tbe ceneral ne'io-
tarv of the socluty of Internationalists In
London, Mr. J. (teo. Kcarrlus, aud it was
latgely due to Ihls fact tbat they subfo
qientfymercei thomeelvos into interna
xionallsts. Up to that time, however, tbo
Internationalists of Europe bad never
promulgated any platlorm of principles
in a forma manner, but section 9 adopted
tbe platform"they had framed as a new
democracy, BUssued it as tho American
Idea'onnterhatldriallsm-. Shortly after
ward the London society framed a plat
fotAl0, and when it was received litre
it differed in no essential respects from
tbat of tbo American. Tho tchemo ap
peared popular in the United HUtua,
and Mctioas" were formed rapidly
in raoet of tho leading cities,
and ia tba courso of a few mon'.ha
thore wero about 20 sections, sections 11,
1'.!, 4D, aud-other .beioj; founded in this
city under Vren'cli.German.und American
atmplcaa.1 Tliepla.n ofaolion detortninod
on'cy tba American intern atlonallnts was
a course of political action and pcacoful
acltatlon, wbicl. however, wu not la-
vo)d by. the German sections, Bomo of
lbs French lections coincided with tbe
Oarraan, and quite a number of aoctlens
vara farmed br them in which no ndber-
once wss given to any platform, for
wbiU tbey "reiectea me Amor
lean platform tbey oiierod none
thatafJfaii.tf iU tubstitutlon for it.
rrrr - .
nu I shall
.Vi'id-to aUT M home whenever
ano whon I wlih to ro out,"
v.ii i.t. , on mil." Wall.
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WHAT fA l'ROMINKNT GKNTIjK
MAN ".MIST ItKTU UN l!I) ' FKOM
jWASllINGTON SAYH. .
New Orleans l'ir.iyimc, .Ian. Ill
A ceullcmati. promiuniit in railroad
circles, ami at present sojourning hero,
just returned from Washington, which
itlaoo bo vl'itfd for tbo purpose of inter-
Ll . I... .-.t !.... . rl .. I ...f
yicwinj; mu pieiiuuui riiu nun apruriniu-
Ing bis exact policy with reforooro to the
l.nuisiana raio, rim natiirn oi tne re
mark addressed to tbp iectitiyo .will in
dicato plainly onough the lnferonco bis
interlocutor Intsndod him to draw, and,
though be maintnind throughout tho
whole affair that brilliant silencu fr
which ho is so eminont, it Is only renona
bio to assume tint tho tlesirod ctlcct was
Knowing that tbo gentleman In rpio
tion bad boon to Washington fr tho pur
pA4.c,t, nni roellng certain that tbo
imnicnso interest bo roprrscnts bad se
cured him an audience, a roprcientavivo
of tho Picayuno yostorday niado tnipilry
toucning tnoevont wnn tno lollowuig re
sult: A. I have boon in Washington for tho
last tlirco weeks. Thine aro aa'utnini'
qulto a complex shnpo there. Gen. Grant
U in n very uncomfortable position. 1
called on bim in company witti Gen. Hut-
leal, nenatorsauerman and Xburman and
a Mr. Moyor. Gon. Ilutler was our spokes
man, lie saiu in auostancet
Mr. l'reiidcnt, wo havo callel upon you
to ascertain what your policy is to be in
rotation to matter in Louiiii nv Mr.
JCellogg, as toon as ho found hlmiulf
lJnally eetd, made repudiation of tbo
iJtato dolt tho feature of lii adminUtra-
lion. Tho peoplo down thoro want to
pay their honest obligation!, and if let
alone to govern tnomseives, tnoy win.
Mr. Kellogg, in bis annual address to.tho
Legislature," claims to htve collected
evon millions of taxot.uud of that it takes
threo millions to pay the interest on tbo
debt. What becomes of the other four
millions'' It only takes one million to
run tho great State of Ma.iahi:iotts ;
certainly it can not require four to run
tbo little blato of lxmliiann. Mr. Ki-1-locg
has mado a direct attempt to take
our railroads from us, one ol which U
mainly owned by a firm who subscribed
larnoly to aid in your re-election. Now,
sir, wo desire to know whethor it is your
policy to support this administration ' If
it is, let us know it.
Mr. Meyer then spokoup; "I represent
tho svndlcafp in Frankfort-on-the-Main,
who hold eighty millions of United State:,
bfcnds. We de-tiro to bo informed if you
sanction tho repudiation of the Louisiana
debt; if to, Mr. President, wo touch no
more of your bonds. fAt this point in
tbo interview tho President aroo and
paced the Moor, much agitated.) Will
you oxprei your viows on this point '
Tbo President was silent, and the depu
tation withdrew. They met at the door
of tbo Whito House a delegation of Pcnn-
fyivanla radicals, ncaded by old Simon
Cameron, who sought tbo President. Mr.
Cameron opened tbo conversation : "Wo
bavo come to ascertain whether vou can
not do something to savo our state. In
'72 we carried it for you bv a majority of
thirty thousand; this yrar u P.epublican
measure Uas uocn detested liv ono bun
dled and fortv thousand votes. Mr. Pres
ident, you must stop breaking up the party
in mis manner.
louring my ontiro stay at the capitol tho
President was thus visited daily by disaf
fected parties who attributed their defeats
in thoir respective States, to the courso of
tho Administration lu tbo person ot Gon.
Grant. Ho Is haying anything but n
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AN ENOCH AKDKN KOMANCK.
Tho latest F.noch Ardcn romanco has a
happy, but exceedingly matter-of-fact,
denoument. Tho horo, Mr. Oadci, wad
marrlod many year ago in Now Zsaland,
and had iaisd a small family. Ono day
a tribo of savages took advantage of his
absenco, and laid his homo in ashes, Mr.
Oades discovered among tho ruins what
ho belioved to bo tho charrod romains of
his wifo and children, and as subsequent
inquiry seemed to confirm this boliof, be
made up bis mind tbat ho was a widowor.
After a lapse of yean ho re
moved to California, and settled In San
liemardlno, and dually took unto him
self another mate. The other day the or
iginal Mrs. Oades turnod up, with an inter
esting group of grown-up. young Oadcsos.
Thoy bad only been curried Into captivity
by tho savages, and on thoir escape tho
minimi woman tracou nor nusuanu to his
farm-houso at San Bernardino. Oades be
haved llkoiv scnsiblo mun. Tbo lirst wifa
bad a legal claim to bis protection, but ho
bad nlfo m.irriod tbo second in good faith.
So n compromise was oHectod by wolding
tho two branches of tho houso of Oades
into one, nnd tho happy man now rejoice
in tbo boomB of two fatnlllcs. This it
more manly than sneaking olf, whatever
tbo good peoplo of San llsrnardino may
think about it.
During tbo last two months thecitir.ons
of Krath and Eastland counties on tho
northern frontier of Toxas, havo lost by
Indian raids, stock nnd othor property to
tbo value of 4l&0,000. Tho last raid tonk
placo about two woeks ago. Tbo Indi
an como down to within eight ml!c3 of
tbo town of Stopbonsvillo, and destroyed
or carried away about tl'.tO.OOO worth of
of property. The hardy frontiorsraon of
Texas waynow expect somo activo sjeps
to bo taken to protoct thoir homes and
hearth from thoso cruol visitations. The
new itato government will assuredly in
tcrveno in thoir behalf. Now Orleans
WAhltlSOlOK. .lanuarv 30. Mr. (!lin.
dler presented a petition for tho extension
oi t'au money oruor system to every post
olllce In tbo U nlted Ktat-, and a reduction
on tho charges in such olllces referred to
Mr. Hamlin presented a momorlul of
the Gorornor of tbo District of fv.ii,,.,.
bia In response to certain statements made
in a momoriHi a iew uays acobva Sana
,.r .ii.!.. .nu . .n .
iur iruiu wiiiu, i iuirii.au I, wiilcli wm
rad. The Governor says the District of.
ncluis havo not sought, anil do not now
wk to evade the fullest Investigation into
ina auairs oi tuo uistrici.
Tho report of tho committee of tbn
House t ita lat toitlon sustaining the
uisirici uoveriiinoni anu tnu liberal up
proprlatlon made by Controls lat vear.
encouraged tho District authorities to go
forward with improvements, and thoir
course has loan imtalned b'y every oloi-
won in wio jiii;nci. xin uovornment
suumits it win not ho fair or just to
entor upon another investigation
qniess mero bo some proof
vi ii.u eiiarijes mauo liy
mpio pretonuea tax payor
In the memorial presented
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
TflE CAIRO IjAILY
hr.tbein. Aflerdebkta.it was fcrJored
tbat thn jneuiorial lie on tho. table. A
largo nuhiborfof bill wore Introduced at
tba morning hour, 'Among them is one
authorising I he) president to appoint n
board of otlicor to Inveatlgatotbe charges
ngaluit Gen. 0, O. Howard, which was
laid over Informally, at request of Mr.
At mio o'clock Mr. Carpenter resumed
tlie Uoor and spokoon Ldiilsiann alfairt.
a?imniito, .lanuary under a
rail of committees for report of privatn
cbaractor, various reports wer made and
Mr. CoburrTtruw trm'rotrtmiitto'bn mil
itary alialr reported tk jolnttrcloltltlon
requesting mo presiuent to convono i
court of Inquiry of not less tliau Cvj olll
cers of tbo army to investigate fully all
cnargoe against origaaior Ooneral O, O.
Howard, contained In tbo communication
of tho secretary of war, of December f-.
ISi II, and to report thoir opinion as well
on tho moral as tho legal responsibility
iur men tiiidusos oi nny may uo discov
ered. Mr. Parsous prosontcd a resolution of
tbo city council of Olsvoland, rolativo to
tho construction of a harbor of rell'iiL'o
thore, and mado n etatciuont it. support of
ine propojuion, lujierreu.
CiutAfio, .January SO. Tho offiion of
the Michigan Contral railway recoivod
word to-day that tho Great Western rail
way which ho iiiU'ored for the past four
days by having its tracks "ubmorgoJ bv
an uxtrHordinay Mood, is now entirely
cloar, and tralm am running on timo
Tho proceoilingi in tho criminal court
of this city, which havo jtut resultod In
tho conviction of Mike Jones alias M. H
Mehany,and sentenced to tho penitentiary
for tan years, havo divelopod one of the
most extensive auJ stupendoui scheme
of robbery ever discovered in tho United
States. They havo directod their atten
tion cbioily to railroad lines, particularly
to tbo Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chi
cago, and to dry goals house! of this city,
Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis. Bus
iness men havo taken great interest in this
case and aro oncourage4 by this prompt
verdict to hope that now tho leaders may
also bo convicted though thoy
aro backcl by money and
legal talent. Jones, although but 23 years
old, has already served one terra at J'ollot.
There aro four more indievments against
him in connection with the same netarious
businen. His arruit. trial and conviction
arc regarded m important achievement
in every way, and groat credit is due to
Mr. W. W. Chandler, agent of the Star
Union line in this city, who in
the faco of threats " of de
struction of freiirht trains and
personal violence, thas continued u
ell'orts with a zeal, energy, skill and de
termination worthy of all tbe pralio
which good cltlr.ons accord him.
James It. Harrow, alius Adam Brown,
alias Wm. Davidson, and at least n dor.en
other aliases, is now in Chicago jail,
having beun arrested at Buffalo somo fcur
woeks since by Detectivo I). P. Tyrrill of
this city, who had U-en looking for bim
diligently lor tbo last eight months
throughout various sections oi tho
country, and at least half that timo
Barrow wai living in this city, actiag as
tho head center of the most despcreto
band of burglars and robbers over organ
ized on this continont. 3Iiko Jones b
longed to this gang anil wai tbs lirst of
their number, including Barrow, whese
arrest tho vlgilanca of Mr. Chandlor has
caused acd tho six other motnbers bavo
scattered in various direction!1.
Tho Star Union line sutferred to tho ex
tont of nearly fortv thousand dollars by
tho depredations from incoming night
trains during a porind of four months, last
summer, andthu goods thus stolen in tran
sit, woro tecroted temporarily at a point
in Indiana, not 30 miles from Chicago,
whoro thoy wero ro-packed on tbo promises
of James Ewen, n farmer, also a member
of tho gang, who is also under arrest.
From thence tho goods wero shipped from
various points on the P. C. A: St. L. road
to sundry auction houses at Cincinnati,
St.Loui and elsewhere. Tho houe of ltodo
machor Jc Co., of Cincinnati, and D, lies
ton & Co., of tho same city.clalmlng to do
a rospectablo business, sold for account of
Auarn Jirown durmtr tho summer, some
twenty thousand doUars worth of goods,
stolen from tho Star Union Lino, and
probably as much mora tbat was derived
from sundry burglaries or stores in
Chicago and vicinity. Tho pro.
sale wore paid over
at Cincinnati, and In D.
S. Gould at St. Louis, but tbo tamo man
in both instances. This Barrow i a noted
hotel robber, and hi Crst trial on the
nine indictment will probably be tbo
famous Tremont Hotel robboiv of this
city nearly a year ago. An adroit thief
mado n haul of nearly 42O.0U0 worth of
jewelry, tho pronarty ot Mr. Mills of
now iorx. That Harrow was tho
man thoro Is not the ilichteit doubt.
Ho was arrested and tscutifd on straw
ball, and after a temporary absenco from
tho city, came back and enterod adwoll-
ng on I'ark Avenue under tbo name of
Barton. Ho alto rented threo barns with.
In us mony square from his residonco un
der dllfercnt names, and in theeo locki-il
barn tbe gang overhauled thoir plunder;
ami prepared u iur tntpmont. lie
made thit his licadiiuartert until the
day of Miko Jones' arrest,Soptember 18th,
wnen ui) suuucniy disappeared and was
found at Buffalo by OlTisor Tyrrill a be
fore fthUd. Barrow whose prison name
at Kingston, Canada, duilng threo years
reslilvnco tnero from 1H05 to 1808 was
Adam "Brown. -A' Scotchman, about thirty-two
years old, very Intelligent, woll od
ucated, and of lino addross, bad sorved as
a clerk in tbn till; department of tbo
threo host dry goods bouses in Chicago,
aieo wss tnreo montiis m Hemplu storo
ft. Pittsbur;:. durini: which timn
tho toro was robbod, the safe
blown open, otc., and Brown never eus
pocted, yet hts woman says bu put up
Prosecuting Attorney Birch, assisted by
S. K. Dow, conducted tbo cafo of tho peo
plo against .loncs with such skill and abil
ity a to fully ostablish tho oxlstenco of
the complot, which Mr. Chandler's por
buvflronco nnd unearthed. Tho mistress
of Barrow .was a young woman fttotit 18
year oi age, lonneriy the wira or a citi
zen of Pittsburg, vhoso intemporato hab
its made her an easy victim to tbn wiles of
the young inau, occupying as Barrow did,
In the prim.) dry goods houso of .Hem
Pie in Pittsburg. She bus placed
the ollicers in position of much Taluablo
Information touching tho oporations of
gang of robbers In largo idtles. To
mate sure ot Barrow' prniccutlnn, thoy
bavo tccured a requtltlon from tbo gov.
ornur of Ohio to ,tak him to Cincin
Port laud, Mo.
Por.TLAKD, January :iO. Mrs. Wnltor
le on trial horo for bigotny. Hur alleged
former husband, one Waito and their
chlldrud, aged 11 and 7, positively Identi
fy tho woman. She Is also Identified bv
other a Mr. Waito. The woman donltt
that she ever saw Walto or tho children
BULLETIN, SATURDAY, J
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KodtporUjotorday, tbo klh" upset am
threo ycflng men woro drowneuV
AU5Tn.U.!A.. M At I..
fWiir.t, January 50. Sir ton "M
Australian mail went west by the Union
Pad I Hp train to-day, and thu train to-day
brought In rbilr tons moro which went
oast by tbe lock Island road.
' MtMfins, January 30. M.T,. Nwit.-or,
city editor of lhe Avalanchc.Und C. P.
Koblnson, an attajboo of tbo 1 Iteglster,'
who llroil somo three or four shots at eaoh
other last night, woro brought beforo
Justico hpolliuari this afternoon. The
prosecuting witnesses not bolng on hand,
thoy wero dlchargod.
.Sa.s- FrtANi isco, Cat.., January .10. A
notorious inunlorcr and robber, Tlburalo
Voiuez, with n gang of about 20 deper
adoe, havo been ditcovored camped in a
reuioto part of Korn county, this state.
Tho horll! of tbat county with a ttrong
forco of men, bavo cone to flight and rr.-
turo thorn. '
I UK AT VOKT AVAY-SE.
Ci.vct.vs.-ATi, January 30. A llro at
Fort VVnyne, f mliatia, this mornlnir, ilo
toyol tbo two uppor floor of tho Ham
ilton building. Two torc wero heavily
damacoJ by flro and water. Tbo total
mis is ?3o,0U0, well insured.
SI. Louis,. Mo.
St. l.ovn, January 30. A spocial
froiu lopoka, Kansas to tho Kvenine Dis
patch, sajs tho balloting in joint session
tc-dav resulted h follnwi ll ifvai1 )tt
Phillips JO, Staves "J, Plumb 24, Fentoi!
13, Hudson 23. Tho romaindor icattcr-
tkial or JKnr.Y r.vbu.
I-vuianatolik, January 30. Tho trial
of Jerry Bush, ono of the engineers on
Cced in the rocont strike on tho Pan
Handle railroad, charged with shooting
Harry Vance, an oncineor who attomntod
to run an encino on the road, was con
cluded at noon to-day, and a vordlct of
no; Euiity renuerea.
Nabiitillk, Te:j.v., January 30 Bill
Kelly, colored, was placed on trial in tho
Criminal Court yeslorday for committing
a rapo on a white woman last Aul- ust
ioejury orougni in ft verdict at ton
o'clock this morning of guilty, tiling tho
punishment at hanging, Thu lontonco
will probably bo passod by the court to
Detboit, January 31. Tho supremo
court met to-day to docido a to tho con
stitutionality of the act of the leglslaturo
creating a board of public works for
Detroit, and declared It unconstitutional
by annexing tbe territory to Detroit
Known a the 11th ward.
r ata i. v iNJi-Rcn.
John Debavon was fntally injured to
day by falling oil' tbo derrick at Detroit
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Nuv Oiildans, January 30. Jacob
Wilsey committed suicide by ahooting
bimself The cavse, hi wlfo states, vas
tho failure to receive $1,000 reward oiler
ed by tbo governor for information fur
nlshed in regard to stolon bondv
Tho steamer Comargofrom Houston to
Galveston with liOO baloj of cottou and
bldei, struck n snog and sunk below To
bond's ferry. No lives lost.
Coi.oiia-1, January 30. In the Houso
this afternoon bill woro introduce! to so
amend tbo law rolating to the safely of
public balls as to provldo tbat certificate
of the safety of hall eliall remain valid
until live freeholder shall certify in
writing that tbey uro not aafe; and to
provide for the election of county school
examiners. A mcsjago was received from
thu Governor transmitting a moinorial
from A. L. Goshorn and W. W. Grillith,
with regard to tbn progross of work pro
'paratory to tbo Centennial Exposition,
and asking for the appointmont of five
commissioner to represent Ohio. Gov
ernor Allen has appointed Jamo Ounce,
of Monroe county, A'djutant-goneral;
Charles H. Sargent of Cincinnati Assist
ant Adjutant-gonoral, and Amos Coymon
of Columbus Executive Clerk.
Washington, January 30, For Now
England and Middle SIhIos and Lowor
Laiio Kegion, fresh and brisk northeast
erly to variable winds, and.genorl v cloudy
woatbor will prevail, with 'areas of now
temperature running above and freezing
north or "Virginia,
ForiUppcr Lako Itoglon, and thenco
sontnwostWHrd to Missouri Valley and
southward to Ohio Valley, area of now
and continued cold weathor, with north
easterly to uorthwcttorly wind, followed
by clearing weather on tho northwest.
For tho Gulf States, cold and partly
cloudy weather, with light to gentle and
variable winds, except west of Lower
Mississippi, where thoy will hlft to north
erly with Increasing forco.
For South Atlantic Stetw, easily to
southerly winds, with falling baromotcr,
and slight change of temperature.
Kvamhtilli:, I si),. January 30. Mr,
McCoy Casov. a well-to-do farmer of
Warrick county, living about two milo
from Nowburg, was murdered on Thurs
day afternoon in broad dr.ylight, whllo
hauling wood toward Hits homo. Tho
uurderor iprnug from the side of the road
and hot' at iWm Uvo t'uics, once with u
shot-gun, the charge entering tho victim
heart, tuo other shot ware iirou irora a
revolver, two cntorlng Casey' head, Tho
murderer escaped into tho woods, and is
still at lare.
John Warren, a boss section umployoo
on tho St. Louie & Southeastern railroad,
wai killed at MeLcansboro, III., this
morning, while lying on the track in n
Pivtbiiuko, January 30 A serious af.
fray occur roil among tho Chinamen itt
Beaver Falls, In tho cutlery works. A
Ah-Py,tho ovoriosr and interpreter, wa
passing through tbo work bo was at
tackod by tho workmen with the deter
mination of killing him. Ho eicapod by
parsing through tho nfllco, As tbey at.
ANUAUY Sl, 1874.
tempted to follow thty were prevented by
a policeman whom they attacked with d)
Deration, throwing knives, fork,' pieco of
Iron and an mlesllalthey could find. He
rou'ght tbom, ileternitnodly without weap
one until he secured a club wbou be
Dually forced them to retroat aUer4
wounding ton or twolvei two of them be
Ing serlouly Injured, The trouble arose
from tbe belief that Ah-Pay had not been
making proper disposition of their fund
Intrusted to Mm.
(Ullronl Observation, Signal Servlre U.S.
nniiy. . Dally report ,ol tbeatas;e ol water,
with the change for the tit hours eiidltit.
3 oVIock p. m January :w, 1871,
Cincinnati, , ,;
.icilt son City ,7 lii
ivamtvs city ii o
Keokuk. a o,
0 0 (1
(I 4 0
lavenwortb .-..,.( Hi
IIVA1UKIUII (I I
Little Kock o 0'1
lyOlllMVllle !2 4l
MoraptU f ll
.Na!-llllle l.i i-i;.'
Newtlenevu n o
new yncans ij u1 ()
Dii iiiiy,, ,,,) i
tJinana n 01
Padlleah im...-.I I) II
; ituimrg... -i y o
Shreveport ir, . s o
St. Josuph ii ,i' 1
St. Lou a l'j ii o o i) J
cksburg ;jo 4,o
Yankton.... : o 0 1
'Below high water inai-K.
udsoi vcr Mg. Her. U. S. A
J.ittlk JfocK, January 30. Cloar and
ploasant. Kivor declining with 12 feet 10
luuiia oy mo giiage. Doparted Ash
Nkw Oiti.BA.i, January 30. No arrl
vals, Departod Marv Mnuitnn T.nni.
villa ; John B.Maude, Memphis. Woathor
ciur nu pieitani.
Nashville, January 30. Kiver fallen
0 S'cbos with 1! J feet on ibe shoals. Clear
anu pieasant. Arrived Bransford, Cum
ocnanu. Departod Ella Hugot, Cum-
Vicksiiwro, January 30 Down C B
v........... uuuiiuuiiweniin, aiary Jowery,
U U lacger, P. E Leo. Up-Grand
minion, noitncr clear and
Cincinnati, January 30, Klver sta
tionary with 31 feot. Arrived It W
Skillontrar, PitUburg; Lawrnc, Nash
ville; Jolm Kilcour, New Orleans. Ito-
parieu Andet, Whcoling.
MKJtrina, January 30. Woether clear
and pleasant. Klver riin tedilv.
Departed, laH night Tolle. Thi evening
George Wolf, St. Loul ; Exporter,
Piltiburg: City of Helena, Vlcksburg ;
Longworth, Now Orleans.
Evansvillk, January 30. Down Ed
Hobbs and barge, midnight; Allcbany
Bello and barge and Charmer, 6; Thom
son Dean, 7; Sam Ilobort, 11; Mossonger,
3; Mary Anient, 0. Up Qulcktp, 3 a.
m.; Fayette and Goo KoborU, 0; Shipper
Own. On.m. Klver fx 11 In r- with ::n ri
LoUsviLLK. Januarv .10 Tim ri7AP Ii
lalllng slowly, with 12 feet in tbe canal
and 10 feet In Indian past at 0 n. m.. with
a fair staire of water on tho falli. A r.
rival J I) Parker, Cincinnati ; Ironside
and bajges, Pittsburg; H S Turner, New
Ofloanc. Departed J D Parker, Mem
phis; H S Turner, Cincinnati. Weather
mild and clear.
MejU'HIs, January 30. Flour nutei
nnd unchanired. Cornmoal t.v ul a .in
(TiI AH. Corn held "Sfjliil. tJuts no re-
ceipts. Hay quiet at H22, with choice
scarce. Bran qulut at IS- Bulk thouldurs
OJfu.C;1; clear rib 8J; cloar 8;. Lard
uiguer a; -jaiuj.
OlNCl.v.VATl,Jar.uary 30. Flour steady.
Wheat very dull 1 431 60. f .'urn uulnt
and unchanged C';nV;CL Oats gteady 4(iig)
61. Kye steady at 'J1. Barley unchanged.
Groceries and oils unchanged. Egg dull
and unchanged. Butter and cheese firm.
l'ork- Jiill and nominal 16 '2i tpot ; 16 75
February. Lard firm, sale of steam 'J:
country kettle 9; city kettle ii. Bulk
moat light and qulut; shoulder CI; C It
7;7 0.10; clear 8J, all loote. Bacon
dteady: shoulder 71f-7l7!: C It'J: aUar ii
(?0J. Hogs firm lor light grade 6 '2QQ
bell, whisky demand active and ad
vanced at US,
Niw OKI.liAN.i. January 30. Klour
dull; XXX 7 OofcS CO; family 8 10
"0. (yurn in cood demand and lower:
whito 7-.'73; yellow 70. Oat tirmor CO.
Bran scarco 1 0,'. Hav cood in nualitv.
dull; prime cholco tcarco at 00, Pork
dull 2i) 35. Dry salt meat In fair demand;
CJ8J(5)8J, 8i. Bacon oarco and In falj
demand 8f, 0j(S,9, 10; ham hnld at 12.
i.aru ncarco anu ll no; tlerca 'JQ'Jf, kog
10Q10L HuKardull; inferior 410,: com
mon &36j; fair to fully fair BjfStfJ;
prime to choice eHj. .Molastm, no rale
to-day. Whliky quiet ; Louitiana 00;
Cincinnati 1 03, ColTeo quiet '14'M.
Corn meal 3 36.
Ciiicaoo. January 30. Flour dull-
holder not willing to make concession,
noiuuiR aoing. Whoat, iteaUy; Nol
pring 1 23fc No 2 1 3'iij cash; 1 23 Feb
ruary; flosi it. Uorn iteady ; No "J
mlxod C8J pot; CfiS5SJ February ; new
io jiiiiou oi4(flo.. uataeioauyi no i
121 cash, 43 March, live ntilot and un
changed; No 2 8f82. Barley, domand
actiTo ana mgnor; no 3 rail 1 7OQ4I80;
No 3 1 631)0. Pork M 30 cash or
February; 14 76 March. Lard dull, In
fair demand und lowor, 0 cash or Febru
ary; ; 46 March. Bulk meat a ibado
easier ; shoulder 6J ; S K 7 70; S C 7 Of)
loose spot; anouiaor c; side HjitoPj looso
March, Groen meat steady; ihoulder C).
Whisky firm at 07.
St. Louis, January 30. Homo dull and
unchanged. Flour dull and unchanged.
Whott, spring, dull and unsettled; No 2
I 2G; fall in moderate domand and
stilf; No 2 Kod 1 C8i C7; No 3 oflered
nt 1 60; 1 48 bid for common; Corn closed
firm; No. a, mlxod, 12G2J. Oats
closed firm and higher; No 2 mx'd 45(2140.
Barley hold highor; Stock small. Jtyo
hlghor, No 2, 8."80, Pork in good do
mand and firm at 16(V1A. Dry salt
meat in still' round lot, loose; clear rib
told 7gHo on orders; (boulders, fc;
cloar rib, 8; clear, 8, Bacon firm and
in good domand; shoulders, 7207); cloar
rib, ejfun; cloar, 0J3; ham 12.J($U1.
Lard firm nt fcj fo prime steam. Whli
ky steady, 00, Hog firm 4 806. Light
shipping 5 !C5 00; porkor 6 605 76;
butchers receipt 1700, Cattle quiet and
good to choice nativo iteora 4 605 75;
common to fair butcher, 2 60($3 76,
A. J. HOE, M.D. "
Olilco over Thoiim .V Bro's. grorery atore,
No. 131 Coinniereial uvonue, comer Eighth
lreot. Itosldcneo comer Washington aye
nue and I'omlecnth Btreet.
WllOLKaAliK AND HKTAIL,
LARfiasr VAalITT ITOOK IR THI OITt
GOODS rJOLD VBMY 0LOUK.
nuttier af ailBaeatk asr4.sa4 mtio
mtraaai imih .
UA1UO, M.I,lNOLH.. , ,
' ' ii. u. fA'rtich
AVKUH & CO.,
F L O "U R;
N't 7H l.kVIK.OlllllfUlKll, ll.lw.
WOOD ni'lTKNIIOIISK A HltO.
Gaiietal CommiaBiou Merohau
COKKKV, UAHK1SON4 CO,
(Mucci.or lo ti. Hum A Sod,)
ri.O(JB,lKAIN A .MS BJAT.
No (13 Ohio Leveo, GAIKO.llLI.
JOHN H. PHLLIB A HON,
ieueatii.r lu Jotn B. I'Lllln,)
DKALKHH IN HAY, (JOHN, OATH
Flour, Meal, Bran, ike.,
AO K NTS FOK LAKLIN AND HAND
1'knth Sthxkt ad
11, A. Tbom L. U. 'I'boa
THOMS & BROTH Kit,
Succesotra to If. M.llulcn.
COMMISSION MERMAN IS, KKOKKHS
AND l)ISAI.BHri IN
HSA.le mm fmmvr lirrrUa,
Foreign and Domesllo
1114 Oniuierclal Avenue,
OA I HO, . . ILLINOIS
MlLLKK ft I'AKKHH,
DKALKHH IN FLOUK, (,'OKN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AUKNTtl rois KAIKUANK'H HOALKB
Ohio Levee. OA1HO. ILLINOIM.
(J. O. WILLIAMSON,
Ami Dealer lu
No. 7 Ohio Levfv C'AlltO, ILLS.
tSTSlieclnl attention plvcn to i-nnnlvn.
nicntH nnd lining ordeH. 1 1-2 ti
STKATTON & BIRD,
Accents American Powder ICompanv
No. 57 Ohio Lptcc,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS.
QENKKAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
LiuUxubht, Fijjtib, Uaib, Krc.
No ttlslo Ivee,
D3T1 will Mil In car load lobs at mauuu
tururs' price, addlmr Irelnht. i.'Ml
K. MAXWKLL & CO.,
.Manurneliirer and Denlei In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
AIo A'ccnU for tbe
No. 7l(i, North Maine Street,
W111TK d- CO,
(riurcessora to L. .lorenieh,
STAVLR & FANfTi Grockries,
DRY GOODS, . i i '
IIOPTB, SHOKd, 4i
And Country, I'oduc yf all kinds
Curuor of Twentieth Dtreet,
a9rA aupplv of cbolaa bnttat from
norwern uarie ooaitantlj ok I
O. W. WHKKI.KK,
, Dealer lu
WOO D OO.A.T.
OPFWF. ASH YAHD
'tk Mreet, between Waiblngton and
A large supply or I'ltUhurg and Bti;
Muddy roal couiituntly on baud, 3to
wood awed to order. Order ftr ccal m
wood alioulit be left at the office uu Tvnllt
Ureet. Tfnns, i-U on ilellvayy.
U?rool Hew Tuf atiit riilltJvltibu
cia oatBior ita vmu. ivifa ,ru
rr OwrjiM IL Mail
FOK PA88AOK TlUKKTri
oa tsarata oaasnoi
4PFLY TO JOHN G. Air
1 Broalw1 N.-Tof, rU
M. ) t,
WARD k 110MKHT8,
Dai Line m Wixdow Suadba,
Wall Fa ran, l'uaa Wuiti
Lmad, LiMaacn Oil
Si'ihit Tobfbntinb, Gr.nt
Hnti.iJic, Alcohol, Ktc, Kto.
Uii Coininkrelal arenue.
CaIFUI, - ll.LIMO!
Cairo Box and Bahket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL k IN DM
M 4KB ANH HOrT.
Kee) coustanllr on bami
Flooring and fjiui.vii, Ai.bo Lath.
MILL AND TAkD COa.HKK TIIIMTr-FliUaTU
aTacrr anu ohio i.avaa.
UA1KO. . ILLINOIS. .10-7
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
f mschh tAi.v nrruiia.
MRS. M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mr. Swkudi,)
announce that ah ban imt oneuad a itrt
aasoruuent ol the
. AND MAN DtfOMMST
Millinery Good to be louud in the niaiket
Mhe will keep ou hand
UAT0, BONNKTS, t'LOWKIU, KIllBOXIl,
lJMKea TA1MU1NUH Ut AI.I. Ik I MI),
Lauish Fdrmihiiinu Goods, Notion,
COLLAR. UKDMSMIVIti, KUrM,
And all eooda found In mllllnerv itore. all
ol which will bo disposed ol at tbe loweal
catb price. Mra. Jaekaon rrauvlftitlv
k.i a continuation of tbo pataonaffe whli-h
hat been so llbetally beatiowed upon her by
the indie of Cairo and tbe vlcJoitv.
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
OlTWaiM WlsL''I AWMUH AMI) wa Latin
Pr. H. r. rivl.la larcru t.i putllu tht t h
LIVERY S TA tt a,
a In ncilhwiwt aide e( Tr.ath tlrl aa aaa
HloHUMiiawtll he niralartaJ with nee hut Ih
AND GOOD VKHIOLKS.
aid tbe public may he accommodated at al
ours of the day and night with aate teama
ou tho loweat terms.
Dr. Field aabii a anare ofpubllc patrouwa
and will endeavor to merit It by fair deaUsu
and rtrlct attention to oiuUnea.
BK1I18, BRO., & CO.,
AaiNia HoSi Cotton Mills,
NO. 80 Ohio Uvea, Cairo, lUa;
For Sale at Wholei.lt or Retail
0OBN18 320BtUW AMD OIIO LlYIl