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Grant, it It said, hat nut abandoned
theideyof a third term. .-v.
Grant, It U taid, has not abandoned
tho idea of a third torm.
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TnE robbers who plundered tha Cairo
- and Fulton railroad train, on latl Satur
day did not lntorfiiro with tho ladies or
thote on tbo car they took to be working
moii. Thcv carried off about.twenty-two
thousand dollari Initcad of tlio smallor
rum first r"
The prfnlerTof Indlnnapolis nre on ft
ttrlko tor an increase of wage. Tbo pub
liaberi bavo ontorod into an agreement
to what tbay consider exorbitant demands
and aro on ho . lookout fur non-union;
prittjrij iik JwiFn&li aro liming half
ihoairot op by b"iMino(8 men and women
aciBt(j ; without) art of typo letting,
who fol&htecrtd ShSir eorvlcoi.
"llostu Siikimiahii gives the most do
gant receptions and dinncrt in Washing
ton, and bo and bis family eojoy life to
the top of their bont. Possibly bo has a
clear conscience andti not afraid of' tho
roiult of the anticipated invcetigalion, or
on tbo other hand bo may have made up
bis minftvy it,Mrink" and bo merry, in
defiance of tho social and political death
the futuro may hare in store for him.
I - -
Although Oenoral Iloward and bit
lricnds'are said to be extremely anxious
Jor searching investigation of hit con
nection with the Freodmon's Dureau, they
Intend to havo their cay as to who shall
constitute tbo court of inquiry in his ;aso.
The appointment of tho court
lies with President Grant, but by a joint
resolution of the lower House of Congress,
General Iloward has been granted the
right to challenge any member of it.
"WcaVp Received the annual roportuf
tho president and directors of tho Mississ
ippi Central lailroad. From tho presi
dent's report, wo extract tho following
upon the importance of tho Into extension
flJo rood to this point.
The completion of your northern exten
sion to Cairo will give to your road what
it never had before, vi- An important
northern terminus, and an independent
connection. " '
Tbo connections at Cairo, epen to us all
the northwest, nd bring us within easy
access of an unlimited supply of coal, of
which tho "elate of Illinois contains an
arat)-erOM00lMaftM miles, being more
tlisjfoubie'tbrt of Virginia, nearly three
tiriie"'bat"Vf-2JenniylTania, and four
times that of Great J'.rit∈ nnd the two
groat mem will become our inuxauslible
feeders. Tbo Cairo and Fulton, uud Iron
Mountain railroads will give ui direct
connection into all Missouri, Northern
Arkansas and Kansas,
Tbo Cairo aud Vlncnuei opens up tbo
rich grain growing regions of the 'Wa
tfub f mJVSTulte rlverrvellovs, and a ipeody
first cam SMsetieer routo by way of In-
ilianaibluVitUlHimh. etc.. to New York.
iiy tWH&MiUaatralroad we shall have
a lint tpife X.ouU and one to Chicago, and
.. i1. CiJ' l-t' ' 1.. 1! 1.1! t.
an tug launnwui, idciuoiii; iiiiuoir,
Wiscoasion aud Iowa; giving us a splon
did connection with the I'nion Faeillc
road and the Faciflo coast, as alio it most
excellent route to New ork, the Cnna
das and to Niagara Falls. Theee various
smjl ItsttiTxndenreoutiectlont; cannot fail
, JifrelyHolnereiitoour buiinais and render
Mr,'ITnTi"ffroiirowOrle'ins to Cairo, a
first class and paying road, as we shall be
entirely independent of nil our former
llor.' and accordingly, Initcad of payiag
llioir tithes,!! usual In greelitacki. tfcty
allowed the tax sotlector to drlte off their
Aldernoy cows. Tbey tnet nothing by that
little ttroko f policy. The all'air was
oubllsbtd far and wide aud they gained
a notoriety which quiet, unmarried, mil-die-aged
ladles by the name of Htnith do
not cltun enjoy. Thy gave up their Al-
drney cows, tut they did not lose any.
thing. 'J'hu aympathy for them among the
true-blue woman'a rlghteri hat taken a
substantial form The ladles write tft tae
Springfield 'ltepul.llcan that they have
received, beside many letters of wcour
agement, checks for sums varying from
twenty-Are to cue hundred dollars, all t
which they accept, as gratefully and
naivtJi as thoughthey were not the propri
etors ol many rich acrei, and bad not a
very comfortable amount of ttock, with
out tho Alderney cowt. Whether the
Misses Smith will live to vote like men,
It one of the problems of the future; that
ibev have a masculine appreciation of the
value of greenbacks, hat been rather def
initely settled by the att'air of the Alder
a tale of laoon.
A (Ibimtly Scene Ibis Woinnn Apart
(From San Franeltco Chronicle, .lanuar.vlw.
Yeeterdey afternoon, about o o'uioca, a
respectably appearing man canon m
Droullh.t llutel. 711 Commercial street,
aud told a waiter iu the restaurant thalhu
wished to soe a young woman who be be
liuved lived in tho house aud who was
known there as Miss Towers. The man
was quiet in manner, respectably drestei
Ik dark clothes, and apparantly about
thirty-six years old. lie wat a etranger,
and had never been een In the houte be
fore. Tho waiter took him to a front
room on the second floor, and in a moment
the young woman known, at Mite Towers
stood before them. Tho ttranger ruehed
towards her, embraced each otber with a
kit, and, closing the door, they loft tho
waiter in tho ball to lind his way down to
During tho next 20 mlnutet thetwo woro
frequently heard in convertallon, but thit
w In an ordinary tone, ar.d with no in
dication of anger or excitement of any
kind. Soon after thit an old man em
ployed in the home had occasion to pate
up ttairt. IIo taw Miss Towors' door
I'HB UA1KO DAI LY BU1jIjKT!N, WEDNESDAY, tfEBKUAKY 4, J874.
fourteon days. There wr.i dlarrtic, ;
with dysenteric symptoms, nausea and
voaiitlag, palai In the abdomen,' aorenttt
of the matclet. slight fever, quick pulse,
red ongne and thirst. All the patients
had eatea of the tamo pork. Mrt. Thrcn
nart, a widow, aleo one of the tick, inform
ed me that the had two bogs which had
been fattened during the fell ; that one ot
those hugs, about two months before living
killed, appeared diseased, but tha thought
It had entirely recoverfd, "aril ato Well
and fattened. Tbioiln it possible that
we Lad examined meat taken trout the
healthy hog at all the uieal wht
salted together lu the same barrel
I obtained a piece of meat from earn or
the four hams. In the u rat pioce exam
ined no trace of trivhlnte could be found.
My ion, W. K. Sutton, in examining a
thin tlico from another piece, detooted
trichlnif, and in a small piece which 1
examined, about the third of an inch in
diameter and the twelfth of an inch in
thickness, I found five wulMellned
triclilnw, lie also (HJiniea out iweive in
a piece a little larger, showing
that thern mutt have tmn thou
sand! in a cubic inch of this
meat. These facts are interesting at they
show that is highly ptolmble that a hug
may he fattened in the tame pen aud kept
in cln'e contact with one iliteated with
trichina, without contracting the disease.
They also ibow that pigs apparently heal
thv mav be twarminir with irichiow. mak
ing their moat pnitonoua. It is said that
tatting and imokini; meat does not always
kill tfichinn, hut there can be no doubt
that all trlchlnr must be detrnyediu meat
that Is thoroughly cooked Mri.'l hrennart
hn ifiven us an oDDortunity of making a
aerVtof rxporinionts witli this meat, tbo
remit of which will be made known.
Itosentlae and- John Mead v. cocvtcted of.
thn murtler nf,' farmer ntmod Buchaejan,
wire senteuced thit morning to l o Bung,
'-tj- 1 ' jt'
CiTASiTijPA, February H I hf rolling
mills here which have been idle since-last
October, return thit wettk arJ ovr 600
men will obtain employment.
l.oytm.v, Kehruary :l-The total num
ber of the members of parliament eleced
or returner) without opposition to-day wat
II of whom -7 wet conservatives and 14
open, and tliu and her visitor standing up
tno Jattjr wuu uai anu um
brella In htnd, as if aboyl to loavo.
In a mluulH or two oulv after this the
men below in the restaurant hrard a nolso
as if of a scuttle, and presently the noito
of tome one falling heavily. Ihe waiter
who had. showed the stranger in
rushed ui stairs, and was Horrified
at soeim: tbe voun& woman lying in the
doorway of her room, with the blood pour-
inc Iroui ner ncctc anu running iu nreami
and rivulets upon tbo lloor. The waiter
saw no more, out icroamca anu rusueu ior
a policeman. Tno noise brought tue olil
man wno n&a lasi seen mu parues iroiu
an ttdloinlnc room. As hit eye fell upon
tbo ghastly tceno, tho stranger wat just
crawling on bis hnndt aud knees from tbe
bed-room, Hit throat wa cut from oar to
ear, tbe blond pouring from the wouod In
torrents. IIo reached the young woman's
sido. laid hit head upon her breast, aud
linking down by her side grasped out his
life in ono convulsive iruggie. (
Meanwhile tho waltor had found Olticer '
ilcIJerniott. The olln-er rushed up stairs
and found the bodies lying at described
The woman, who had been neatly dressed
In a rod plaid dress of some woolen
ivinn .in inu uoor vmu
TKOUUI.KaOME QUESTIONS KOlt
FOlt CO N G 11 KSS M K N TO
AN 3 W Kit.
Many member of the Iloure, especially
those from West, are receiving writton
communications from Grauitu organist
tiont in their districts, ot which the fol
lowing is u specimen :
Dear Sir By tho request at the State
Orange of Illinois, of tho Order of l'a
troni of Hutbany held at Bloomington,
December 0, la":i, 1 atk you to send meat
your earliest convenience answers In writ
ing to tho following questions to-wlt: (1
Ought tho General Government to open
the mouth of tho Mississippi river and
Improvo other creat natural highways of
commorce'' CI) Ought duties on coal,
lumber, salt, iron, Heel and atticlot
manufactured therefrom bo ro
posled? (3) Ought tho coatting
trade to be open and free to vet
tell of all nationi' it-; Ought the gen
eral bauklng law to be revised and
amendod j if to, bow ? (5.) Ought the
goneral government to give away any
moro lands or subsidies to railroads ''
(G.i Ought patents to be extended or re
newed? (7.) Ought th tarlfl' to he for
Droteclion or revenue, or for revonue
ftlnmi. nr oil ht It to bo repealed? (S.)
Ought tho bankrupt law to be rovitod or
repealed .' ? ) uugm me general gov
ernment to own or exorcise a control over
lines of transportation through the States ?
Thi is a kind ot competitive examina
tion which the membors thus far subjected
to it do not fancy in the least.
Reported Expressly Tor the Bulletin.
W.iMii.suroN', February X To-day a
her head toward the banuister io the hall,
011 ....tl lav lilil tmr with lll Laad 011-
on her breast. Thu man was quite dead, ' bill was illad-for Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines
but the woman broathod slightly, teeing ! jn tltJ (,,,ity (.,niri f.ir an injunction
which the o nicer hastened off for Or.
Stivers, who coming In a few minutes,
found that the young woman hid nlio
died but a moment before be had got
there. Ibe two bodies woro lifted into
the bed room and laid detonlly side by
side on tho (lour, nfler which the tioronur
wat nt for to taku possession ot the
Meanwhile, newt of the terrible tragedy
spiead about, and In a little while lb
place was btsioged by an eagor aud exei
ted throng, anxious to n- and hear all
tho sickening dotailr.
In flvo minut after the Marai w.v
Kgaluft Hon. Caleb Cti-hing, on which
.Judge Wylie granted k restraing order
rettirnahle by thu I V.h iust. Mr. Gaines
chargea .tlial she ceded to Cushing,
certain lauds iu Iouii:Hiina, numbering
GT,0U0 acrts aud received from him
I'ouuter deel, acknowledging the trust and
afterward in hi owu name, lie obtained
a continuation of the title to aid lands
deniug her right to any lulerr-t iu them.
Tin: memti-irs of tho legislature from
Houtliorn Illinois aro moving in the mat
tfra of tbo Southern Illinois penitentiary,
and held a mooting on Saturday evening
last to. tiksjodi consideration tho best
plan for semiring its establishment. AVe
take the proceeding! of the meeting from
tho Missouri 'Republican's' special
Springfield dispatches ;
(n ISCJ.an act was jiatsod authorising
the goroTric;r, at 'any ttnio lie might deem
it advisable, to appoint five commissioners
to locate! and erect u Southern Illinois
penitentiary, at a cost not to exceed $110,
000. Governor Oglotby at one lime ap
pointed tbeso'commlitionerr, but tho sen
ato refused to confirm thum Thu uut.
;tintlr'yat Joliet,'. although built for but
tOO convluts, now contains over 1,100 con
victs, and is, thereforo, in tt crowded ren
dition. As h necesilty for another In
ttitutlon of this kind cxlttt, and us thu
act. mentioned expires by limitation be
forotb,e mooting of another assombly, it is
deemod prhpar that an etlort bo made to
Induce Gov. Boverwlgn totstako tlio mat
ter In band1 Mr. Buxton anol at chair
man of last night's meeting and Mr.
Ilood asiiswretary. Aftor Ktnldorahlo
discussion It was resolved that a commit-
ico 01 juve reprotentatlvet and three sena
tor! bo appquted Ui cauvut tho matter
by correspondence aud printed clrcuUn
s throughout tho lower part of the state, In
order io induce tho peoplo to express their
sense of tho proposition. The committee
are: .Heproientatlvci Morrison, f (chair
man) Inseore, Catej, .Walker nd Oborly
and Senators Youngbljod, Ferrlll and
Casey. It it understood thit the governor
does not look fayofably upon thepropo
tlttoriVut he nks net probably glvon It
any attention as yet. If tho need ot a
ite w. Institution of this kind can be thown
blm and it certainly can there it no
reaion why ho thould not regard the
t-wiiheepffhf people of tbo touthorn por.
tlon of tbe itato, and givo them the bene
lit of the law.
given, a l. nronicie reporter wan at tin-
pisco. lie at once obtained entrance. IIOITSK
.1. ..ut. f...m.l ntt tl. lu.ili.' I(
.... " ' . 7. ' " 1 1!, i . .iuns, February ::.-Tbe House
M'EI ;..LouB he ad. took up the bill reporte-llrom the banking
.,f .. i,i.....u i in i.tliMr ' coiuiuiltee autnori.ing tbe ualiunnl bank
na n 6n.TrhowMTl location to
..III .L... I'irrlm.n Waihnigtt.il and butM.liie the Oitizeut'
it. ..'. i... .'...i. , National llauk of ashlugton. I'assed
several certificates among hi. papers-one , 'r 'l'"'MUsl.in ; yets ll.,naj
ii f tliHin & rartitiratu from tha United ! '
.Mr. ntuweii, irom tne pottoiuce con
mittee, reported a bill-to provide that the
law vtileli limits contract! lu tliu post-
oltlce department to one year, shall not
tpply to mall locks and keys, mall bags,
stniupi, stamped envelopes, poiital canls
or newspaper wrappers. I'aned.
Tbe roiiiiuitteo on ttv aud means to-
States authorities- of his professional
ability. All those were made out in the
name of Kanilolph Mitchell, and tbe
inference is, thvroforo. that that was
his true name. There was not
a single letter or paper, though,
to indicate what the parties were to each
other, or the tatsto of thu horrible deed:
hut from a circumstance, already known 1 dity agreed to rt-porl In favor or admitting
to tho ollicers. and which will be nlven . iiigar beet seed Iree of duty far a IliiiiUd
I'l.si'ivtfATt, r'ebrtiry n A Ga'.ette
Lancaster Ohio special says that last night
two masked men entered tbe house of'afar
mer named llalton, of KaiiUuld county,
and one stood oyer his bed with an up
lifted club and made him disclose tbe
whereabouts of bis money, $-00, which
they took together with a gold watch and
escaped, though pursued by tho whole
K1KK tX A lOAt. MINX.
Wilkoiurrk, February II. The fire
In the Kmpire coal mine broke out yes
terday iu the main way, where tho men
woro working and whori it was tuotignt to
have been subdued eighteen of tho men
were broucht to the surface Insensible,
frotn tho ellecti of gas and sulphur, but
recovered after being attended by a
physician. The tire is worse than at any
time during thu tlx weekt which it baa
Cot.milifs, February ".The Gallon
accommodation train iu backing out of
Union depot thit afternoon, ran over
Chns. Hitchcock, militant depot matter,
ami bis lather who wero standing ou the
track together talkins. i be latter wat
almort inttantly killed, and tbe former
Tkad ono hand cut otl' and received other
iiijuriei which make hit recovery doubt
fill. The noiso and imoke ol tue pacing
froiirhl train provented thorn from seeing
or hearing tbe accommodation.
l.oN'tjns', February 3. A tpecial sayi
l'.iiesia refutes to tend goods to tuo exhi
bition in l'hiladnlphia, in 1 870, on the
ground that it is a private all air.
Tbo election in Oreonwtcu is progress
ing and the return of Gladstone is thought
sure. A dispatcu brought from there al
0.30 p. m. aays there havo been a number
of rights and window imaihing, al l.iu
cral aud Conservative metropolitan dls
trictr, last night, ana addresses were
made by the respective candidates. There
was much disorder at each gathering.
S'tmuel Morley and Kcrkman Daniel
Hoditeson have been returned for Bristol
3oth are Liberals and nif tabors ot tue late
rarlinment. ibe members of tne new
Parliament thus far chosen are Conserva
lives by a majority of If
Toll'oo. February 3. Tha Blade thit
evening contains an article arguing the
propriety of conttrucline; eaaal from
St. IjOllil to IVrrn llautu, a diitancu ft
.t nt ltiO mile, aud there to connect wito
tbe Wabash and Krie Canal. It arguet
that it call be properly enlarged and the
extention to St. Louis coottrucled at a
cot not exceeding one-third of tho ex-
peine of any otber route aU'ording at cen
tral advantages. Tho government will
bo urged to take some action lor tho pur
pose of obtaining an estimate of tho cuil
of the improvemtnt and lit advantages.
A man named t. it. raike, in the em
ploy of the Ij. S. aud M. S. railroad com
pany wat run over aud killed by a twitch
untcino, on tbe middle ground last eight.
Hugh Hill, a carpenter, wane at worn
on the new Wainth elevator ibis p. m ,
fell from the roof and was killed.
New Oki.ijan, February :. Ltwrence
Barret, tbo distinguished tragedian, played
Uicbeliuii at Mobile, commencing at noon
to-day and is playing the same here to
night to a crowded house, lie left hero by
special traiu at T:.'!0 this morning, accom
panied bv a number ol lady excursionists.
The trip was made in three bouts each
way, a distance ol Hi) miles.
ANOTHER llOI.li KOIIIIKRV.
The steamboat Klleu I), used by -Mr.
Kraiix an a trading boat, while lying at
Jordan s l.andinir, Iweul river. Martinis
Darinli. was enterrd bv a irht of well-
dressed highwaymen who drew their pis
tols, bliudlolded Krtgi. aud his htsislanls,
and rubbed thorn ol money, of valuables
and goods which they ttoiild carry otl'.
.ui! hbout Sl.ruo, lie hluhvtaymen
were strangers In thai sei'tion. It is tup
pnted they belong In the Coy bnd A
tentanrfd "tts.be anuid on the 1 -1 tt of
March for klghwayfrobbery.
Tlo AMeal'e i.latktoii. Miiiittpnl
V. r . i. , t. 1 : . I . . .. I
iev.a. muju in tue ,iiiiurni luiiit.. iw- .
day all opposition withdrew, leaviuir. toe
race to tba'Kepublcan nominees, B, K. I
ruoo (.colored;, lor toe long ti rrn ua u.
K. Hease. -late tiiDerlntendeut of edu(a-'
lion, ror tne tnort term, who were elected
on the lit st ballot. The contested oate be
tween Mstrs. Orithu and Sbeerly, from
the twenty-fourlli Senatorial district, was
decided forSbeerly, who wat seated.
A resolution wai passid to adjourn sine
dwoti February '2ib, but will never get
lurtter thau the table of the House,
. FoR WRliNlfBAT
Waiiiimuton. February 3. For Hew
tiuitlend States wlndi backln to north
Hmfwett, with clouds and mow stormi.
Tbe cloii.lt vill move uotluwett into
Kor Middle States westerly winds, with
cloudy or partly cloudy weather, ana ill-
For Middle Atlantic hlal.s Using bar
ometer, with northwesterly winds and
partly cloudy weather.
For South Atlantic and Kastern Gulf
Slates northwesterly winds, rising barome
ter, and partly cloudy and clear weather,
l or l5er i.eke region nortneuy winas
with higher and stationary temperature
ud generally cloudy weather, with occa
Kor Vpper Lakes aud Northwest rising
Urometer, cold northwest winds, and
Utii-eol Obnirvntioii. Mixnal .Service U.S.
:iniiy. liaily rcioit ol ther-tageoi water,
with tho changes for the '11 boum ending
3 o'clock: p. til.. Febttiaiy V, 1874,
. Aft vims.
umueover Mm national bank. u-10-Duj
SAMUB1, P. WHKKLKH,
ATTOUNKVXi ClIIINSKl.ilK AT LAW
Office over KUtl National bask. 8-IMia
lebn U. Miilkey,
Mlli.KUY k SON,
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
Office: HUtittl atreet. between t.'oiuuiat
Aki aud Washington avenues.
UHKklN 4 (ill-HKKT,
.3 I Si
WillMtn n. UUberi. I
Wile r. Olleert, J
iiermunu . .
.leiltt sou City ..
iturrv. iity ...
Lexington. . ..
I'adltcah .... .
St. Joseph,. jt.
.St. Taul ,
enuital atlealioa alria lu AJtulialtt aa
IVtlOK OHIO LBVM,BO0IM 7 AJtll nvn
ii ti n
WHITF. As CO,
ItiuccerioM to L. .lorgenstn,
Staplf. & Fancy OKocKitiFs,
4th Ct hand Gift Oonpkrt
r or the heuellt of Ibe
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
UVF.K A MILLION IU HANK.
Success Assured !
A I't'l.L UKAVVIXU C'Kltl'AI.N
IN order to meet the geutral wish and
expectation of the public and tleket hold
er for tbe full payment or tbe uiegnlnceitt
gliu, aniioiim ed for tho Fourth Urand Ulil
f.'onuxrt or the l'ublle Library of Kentu. kj,
the uianagemcnt have deterinliK-d to potl
pone tbe Concert and lirawlntt until
TUKSUAY, tho 3 1st of March Ia74
I'hey bate already realized
OVRKA MILLION DOLLAIiy
And have a creat many akftiU stt 10 bear
So doubt it entertained of tho- tale ol
very ticket before the tlrewlmr. bur
whether all are sold or not Ibe drawing will
positively and uuniiilvo. ally take place on
ue tiav now uxeti, anu u asy remain uu-
old tin y will be caucelled aud the nrl
will bu reduced In proportion to the unsui.i
Only tlekett l.av.i been Usiltd. and
to ooo cash o-xwa.
will be dtstrihtited atuonu the ticket bold-
The ttrkctt are nrlnted In ctfimatu nt
eotht. and all fractional nana will be rrorv.
tonteillnthe drawing Jntt at whole ttrtet
mat or oit.
One Grand Cash Uilt t'JSO 00
One Urand Cash (.ill .... leu Du)
One Grand Oath Gift CO 004
One Oraud Uah (lilt VttUUO
One Urand Cub Ulft.... 17 too
lOCaali UiltaflU,C4earb ... . luo WW
oOCaih (illl 6JW0acb IM (Mi
1 UUD each.. .... 00 000
MO each eO 0u
400 each.. ... 411 OOU
3( (I each ei 000
JOO each V) OOU
l(l each in Uw
!M each fiW OOU
HATS, OA I'd,
JIOOTS, 8IIOKS, Jtc,
And Country Produce of all kinds.
; Comer of Twentieth Streot,
tjr-A supply of i hoico butter from
northern darie' constantly on hand.
further on. it would resin thai thev were l lime.
husband and wife, and that Jealotitey we "
tho causo of the deed. i Now lluicn, Couu.
Uhoappearanceoi the wound on tne IUvb.v, Conn., February 3.-Tuo
woman's neck; and the iioillioh of the
frightful blood lOArks, indicate that the
woman had started to lead tbe way to the
door, when at tho thought, the man wat
about to leave; that he bad come up be
hind her quietly, tlozed her head wilii hit
Democratic State Convention was held to.
day, David Clark, tbe liberal republican
of Hartford preiiding, and renominated
unanimously the entire itate ticket of last
..1..1..,. I1..VU.IH., lnr...j.ll .1 It-
I.HI,..,i:.,lJl,lll. L.. .. In .1.. I "" "b"' "
rlnt.t ..,ha,( n.i. I, A- ll,t ilmuliUr ' hell.
and by a tinglo powerful stroko of the
uiado inllicted thu terrible wound. With
tbe blood spouting forth, the probably
turned on him, and struggled for her 11 fu
wnicn account! lor the uhaitly appear
ance of thu chamber and the walls and the
doorway. At tiuin as the woman fell, the
monster drew tho ketm iiistrumxr.l acrnia
hit own throat, and hit prodlguoai and
desper&lo ttrongtli made tho end lure,
TI1E l'OISOXOUH FORK
fl)r. lico .Sutton in lawreuco Begtslcr
At a number of Ylairtnni irn nnw 1 er (m rs
tick In our city with symptoms closely re
sembling tbe remarkable disease known
few tacit which led to the tletoctmn of
trlchimu in the pork whtoh tl... i,..i i..,
eating, nml which may I of interest to
toum oi jour readers
TJJE MISSES SMITH OF QLASTO.N
The MUtoi Smith of tilutonhury, Con
tieclleut, are weaUhy maiden ladies, whose
'poateeetont lying tiear that town aro raid
to Last valuable at they aro fair to look
Gov. intrettoll wat Informed of the
nomination. Thu platfoim adoiited lie
claret devotion to the couttituliou. the at
fairs of the people and that, the leveral
slates have the lolu right to govein Ihcm
selves, subject only to limilallons of thu
constitution; denounces corruptions and
extravuganco iu high otticial places;
l.vori relrenchuient and reform in tbe
national and itate governments ; con
deinni tho salary crabbers, rinit polit'ciuns
... 'and land monopolists; denounces lu the
Al strongest terir.t the present federal ltd
' minUlrntion aud tho procuring of the
money from notoriously corrupt ring at
Washington ; charges the panic and its
rtiulti to policy pursued by tbe covorn
uient; demands speedy return to tpotio
payments; oppoeet the iinjuttt and uu
tnual taxation ; rondeiani land grantt
and ruotinpoluit ; favors Iegitlation bene
llclal to the Industrial clattet and lumoi
ins tuch reilralntt upon gratping corpo.
1)11 b'r'ulav Unl
.January 'J3, Dr. Rectanus Informed i,m ' rations and stock gamblers, as well at to
mat e uau wireo pattontl ill OUh
family, who be ttrongly ruspt-ctcd
hid been made tick' bv eating
diseased pork, and that the synn.
toms in these catos retembln thv disease
arlting from tlchlou-. He called to .llrect
prevent financial llucluationt. which al.
ways result In a debated currency and
tarvint! of wnrklnirinon ..
...... ...i. W.l.UII ,
favori tbe brln-'lnir of tl.o nuculnn of .
coostituliontl convention directly before
. t i .. .i m it -
iiim peopin aim uiiauy, expresien sympa-
thn attention of tbe hoard of health loth 1 ll,T. for VV slrhggllog for freedom
upon. Somotlmo since thoto ladioi de
-(eVmntoadlipreto the Wll&ZT Sh"
maxim "no taxation without represent-1 jitmb, They had Wn unwell about
tuupoted causo of tbo ditjaso. In the af
ternoon ot tho ame day Dr. Lamb In
formed me that he had four cases in one I
family who he believed bad bnn made
tick by eatlny of thu saum pptk which
the first patleuli had been eating. I ob
tuinod a plec-t of tlili meat and gave it it
careful microscopic examination with a
miirnifyihK power of ('Ml diameter, but
could find no tram ofirlchlr.:.'. The neit
nod calls upon the general government to
eslend to them the support consistent with
the law of nations and in accordance
with the principles of our Republican
government. The convention adjourned.
I'r'ivhikncc, Fobruary 3. Smlth't
Woolen mill itore and lenemeut and
dwelling in Mllliville, Miaj., burned this
morning and two men wero burnod to
death and two others foriouslv InUm-d
DcNVKit, Cot., February 3 A dispatch
from Santa Fo ay last night's "New
Mexican" says : D. II. Mills, sheriff, and
XI r. Fatron, clerk of Lincoln county, ar
rived here yesterday, to see tbe Governor
in recard to troubles in that, county.
They report thu civil authorities power-
lets to maiutain order or having the ot-
fenders brought to justico; that tlve uiore
persons have been Hilled a man and
'ite fliol while in bed,
A correspondence Iroui Fort Defiance
reportr thai the Navajeos and Mormons,
who nvti nettr tin Jtorlh western pound
rv. are at war. The Mormons have
killed Ui r to or fjtir Navajo, and tho In
dians aro n treating, Gifiai, fear is en-
tortaiued in regard to trouble next spring
and summer iu this vicinity, as thu U let
havo mado overturos to the Navajoet, and
join them in war upon miners and ttlers
near tbe Dalorctand Sanjuaii mines, The
chief, .Manuel, too tavor hottlllty, but
ii. oA of tho ixavajocs have to tar declined
to take anr potlllvu part.
MxMi'Ui-t, 1'ebruarv 3. Thn Memphii
and Masbvllle railroad company'a ma
chine shops, in the nortborn suburbs of
thu city., wero entirely contuninu ny ore,
at 7 o'clock leal evening, togeiuer witu
live locomotives, loven cart and all the
inarblnorv. There are various roports In
circulation in roforoncu to the origin of
the fire, but tho most plausible one it mat
a boy who attempted to kindle a fire In a
caboose with coal oil. which bocamo ig
nited, and tho hoy dropped the cau. The
lost la estimated at $130,000, No Intur
ance. There are about five hundred and
twenty mtehanlrt thiowu out of employ
ment, l uu uuuaingi uurueu wero tern
porery wooden ittructurei.
TDK VI A KUt 0F.A.
Freparatious for the cnr!iWa are ac
tively progressing. In addition to Mem
phis and Mystic ivrew, some two or three
organizations will participate, including
all societies oi toreiuuers.
twolve pruonert escaped Trom the
Adams street stttlon houtu, hut night,
Ivt. Bictnn and Topi, Lewis have been
'I'.elow iXitU water tuarc.
Uberer ng. acr. u. s.
New OitLkANx, February 3. Arrived,
Kick Long worth, Cincinnati. Departed-
Tbomai Sherlock, Cincinnati, weather
clear and pleasant.
NAimvn.t.i, February 8. River still
falline slowly with IT feet 8 inches ou
thoalt. Woatbar clear and pleatant. Ar
rived Eddyville, Upper Cumberland.
Departed Laura Davis, St. Louis.
VicKauuno, February C. Down Far-
goud, l'aulioa Carroll, Thompson Dean,
ketone, up Indiana, John Howard,
-John Kyle, City Helena. Arrived Ju
lia. Clear and cool. Kiver rising.
Cincinnati, February 3. River fall.
Ing. Arrived K It Hudson, Wheeling ;
Charmer, F.vansvillo; Minneola, Mem
phis ; Louievllle, New Orleaui ; Shipper!
uwn, Nasnviiie. JJsparted K it Uud.
son, Wheeling ; Minneola, Memphis.
LouiiviLbK, February 3. Kiver still
falling slowly, with 10 feet in canal and H
feet in Indiana pan. Weather cool and
cloudy with proipect of snow. Arrived
Andy Raum, Memphis, Departed Au
dy llaum, Cincinnati. Henderson pack
ets now leave Portland wharf.
Meui'H!, Februnry 3. Weather clear
and pleasant. River rising slowly. Ar
rived Parkor, Cincinnati, Departed
nolle Texas, l'ineblull; Legal Tender,
White river; Great Republic, New Or
leans; Mary Houston, Louisville. Colora
do, Vicksburg; Rogers, Cincinnati.
Sr. Louia, Fobruary 3. Arrived
Urand Tower, Memphis; Sam Roberts
and John Uilmore, Cairo; Capitol City
and Joe Kinney, Vicksburg, Departed
Colossal, Keokuk; La iiargo, Red river;
City of Vlckiburg,Viokiburg; Kd Hobba,
Wheeling. River falling with about M
feet to Cairo, aud some ice running. Clear
MkMMiie, February 3. Flour dull and
droeping, 0 00,'J 60. Corn meal Uruior
at 3 45. Corn 76Tic. Oats quiet and
weak, 68g)f,n. Hay HQ0. Ilran )n.
Lard urm atyjQjiloj,
Nkw Oki.kans, February 3, Corn ac
tive andllnuer.whlto 7fi?7; yellow 7PA
nl. ilran nrm at I uu. Hay iiuiet.prlino
80; choice 'ii (0- Fork In demand and
biiihor at lii i&iailT: drv salt moats active
'and icurce at Uw8J; bacon scarce, active
and, firmer at 8luj; otheri unchanged.
Cotton good demand, talei 8,160. Fricet
Oi.s'i.'I.s'nati, February !!. Cotton, un
chatiKed at I Sic. Flour, firm and uu
obanueii. Wheat, dull, 1 4Hfal 60. Corn
lUlel at lil'iTioic. Uats, steady aHLM)'j4C.
Itye, steady at '.iSMUic. liarley, nrm.
Oil. iincbanuod. Kitifi, firmer at lHc,
liutter, tlrui. (Jnoene, llrro at isC"jloic
Fork, gulet at liM'.ii. Lard, uulet,
tlrmer and small tales: mam, 1) 1 -It; . een-
erally held at tie, kettle tales, 01c. Hulk
St. Lou it, Fobruary 3, Hemp dull
and unchanged. Flour dull, demand
chiefly for shipping brands at 0 OCKG 'it,
and uuder. Wheat, tprlng dull, No 'I
1 J4M',.; fall dull and irregular. to 3
rod I 4Cl8j No a 1 T7tl. Corn Hrm
or. No 'i mixed MQ,(tt; Ci April. Oatt
In better demand and higher. No U
mixed 4i'(247. Barley weak, buyen otl',
llyo in demand at too, nut held nigber,
Fork uulet and Urm at 1M3US, Dry tall
meats strong; thouldors, 01; clear rib 7!;
clear, Hi, Shoulder "and rltor rib last
half February. CI and 8, llacon firm,
.Shoulders "J; elear rib, Oi; clear, t. Clear
sidei toner iiarcu, uiMUf. liaru sua.
Frimn tJ0 Whisky steady at 9o.
Ciiicaoo, February 3. Flour dull and
nominal, vvniat in rair demand and ad
vanced, clotlne quiet. No 1 spring 1 25:
'1 I 233 cath and February ; 1 'Jo
March; No 3 1 16ool 17. Corn, demand
active and advanced; No 2 mixed C8j for
cub or February ; fjOIgiCO for March, and
r,l for April; now No 2 mixtd 63J55J.
Oatt tloady ; No '1 -13 cath, ani 44 March.
Rye unlet and unchanged ; No 2 freth 81
Uarlav No '-' dull, unitt'.let. and
euler at 1 H" regular, and 1 J02 00
frosh; No 8 steady, l'rovlslnni de-nand
fair and advanced. Fork demand active
and advanced 14 bbfgM CU cash and Feh
ruery.aod 14 U.'i iiarcu. i-ard Urm at
9 30 cath and feuruary, and u w hpr,
Hulk meats firm; ihouiderl a 34; s R
hold T ; 8 O 81. lioote tpot greeu thlds
told at f.J. Whi'ty.
C. W. WIIKHLKH,
Dealer iu X
WOOD J2J 3D COAL
OFFICE AND YARD:
I'elith llieel, botween Washington
A large supply of I'lttohuri; aud Ilk
Muddy coal eoiittantl) ou baud, .Stove
wood aawed to order. Orders fur teal or
wood should be left at the umift ou Tenth
tsreet. IV run, caih ou delivery.
lJfMWl N.Turk at.d Hilladilpbu
van tuiMim wive vitu stsras u aaistsa
Kur Ciirjla Iba Mm.
KOK PASaAOK TIUKKTB
tFFLy TO JOHN
1 ttruilj taw-lork, ill.
Cairo Hox and Kaskkt Co
LUMJtKIt OF ALL KINDS
MA tilt AMIS MO IT.
Keep constantly on band
Fl.OOBINH ANU HlIUNO, ALSO LATH.
Ull.I. AND YAkli t'OkNItll TUIHTV-roUHTU
BtaiCkT AND OHIO I.MVKK.
W Cash tlllU
100 Cnh Ginx
U Cath Gill
Total, 12,000 Gifts all Cash, amount-
ing io ft not) our
The ubanrcs for a Gilt are as ont to Ur.
miux or TH.KRTe.
Whole Uckett t M (
Halves u tal
Tenth, or aeh coupon R'ou
II Whole tleket for - 690 OS
'Tickets for .... l,m)fle
Ii;i Whole tickets Tor - r.,0 00
-? 1VIi..Ij tlrV.ljf... - itwni.i
No dlt-cumt otl Itns than 6.VII irmtk ot
The Fourth Gift concert will be rondneted
In all retpecta, liko the three that have al-
reauy ueen eiven, ami iuii parttcoiare may
be learned Irom clreiilai wtiicb will b eut
tree trom tbl oltlce to alt who apply ror
Urderi for ticket! and aBDliralloai tor
agenclea will be attended to la Iba enter
the)- are leccltcd, and It la hoped they will
be sent la promptly, that there may be no
dlsapolBtmcnt or delay Io OMaf aft. Lib
eral terms are gives loiuoee wnooiiy to ecu
again. All atrenu aro preaiptoriaily re
liiired to settle up their account! and te
turn all unsold ticket! by Ue'JOlti tier, ol
March. THO. K. HUANLKTrK,
Ai;eut Public Library. Ky., and Maaager ot
Gilt Concert, l'ublle Library bnUdtng.
HIVE SYRUP ANI) TOLI '
Dr. Cos's Illvo Croup Syrup lua been
known and uaed by the uu-dbial piofetslon
over li toim, and an a remedy for Cold
and Cougbi hat an older and belter repjla
lion than any other Cough midlOlue ever
offered to tbe public. It is known at the
Compound Syrup of SfutlU, and a formula
maybe Imind In every medlealdlepenaatory.
Ur. llnuaonrsDIve Syrup audTolii, In ad
dition to the Ingredients far Cot's Illvo
Syrup, contain IStUam of Tulu, decoction
ol rikunk Cabbal Itout and Lobelia, a com
blnatlon that must commend It to every one
a u mporlor fiody lor Crdilp, Wh'opW
toUKh, Aithma, Kronchltls. (mglui aud
Ciild. Indeed ior.all atfee lions ofthe Throat
and Lungs when a rotigli' medi.lue io
This i) nip Is carefully prepared under
the personal direction ol a regular J'bTii
elan of over twenty year' practice. -whoe
ilgnature is attached to thv directions eu
It taste U very pleasant and children
Kvery family should Weep Itain ready
remedy for Croupt ami Colds, etc., atnotiK
D. .JUNXOMfAoN A Co., Propl'n, lludalo,
FUNK M 1 hLINERY GOODS
rHKMtl rAI.L HTVI.KN.
M Jt 3 . M . J A (J K S O N ,
(Formerly Mre, Hwauden,)
uuiouucea that the bae Just openod ajarg
aworUueul ol thu
MOST FASHION AllLKjJ
Millinery Goods to be lound in the market
sue win aeep on nauu
ilATh, UOMNKTM, Fl.oWKKH, RlllHONB,
IMKae TBlMMlVOrt OK ALL KlVIiH.
Lahixb FuHKtiiiiKO Gooi.e, Notions,
CoLt.aits. U.-iiKKi.icicvm. Hurra.
Aud all goods found iu millinery aloree, all
ol which will bo disposed ot al thn lowest
cubu pncei. .tin. jncKton respectruiiy
aslriit foutlutlatlou of tho pataouage which
has been so lib'iully betteowed upon her by
uie lauiea oi t airo buuiiiu vicmitv.
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
BUTwaaa waiu'w avbhui avu walhui
I's. U, f. rw J. lafonae W.e poblto tfcat he ha
en the atrltmsvl elda ef Tealh slrssl ee tut
Ills nubl win ne ruiBiioea wuu neae iui in
AND GOOD VKUICLES.
aid the public may be accommodated at al
aura of the day and night with aale team
ou the lowest term.
Dr. Fleldi aa a ware ei public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair de!iag
and strict attention to bwtlneit,
J)R. J. 11. MILLEK'8
This medicine may with troLiiely be
c:t!led an "I'nlversal Ueutedy,'rusii i Utt
upertedlng nil others a a general family
medicine, tl ciirvs. a ir by MAONKTli'
INFLl.'K.S'CK, Ni ilralglu and alipaio.aoil 1.
therefore very properly termed 'Maguebc
llilm," It is purely a vegetable preparation,
lthmro cimal aa a reinody for Cholera,
Choleru Morbus, Dlarrhu-a, Dyi.eutary,Colie
and all Itotvcl Complaints.
lti timely line will euro Colds, Crortp.
Diphtheria, Quinsy, and all Throat aDVc
When properly ummI, Fever aud Aguc.aod
uiuercoiiiiuainiM inciueui to our western
and soiilhorq i:limates,aro eailly broken up.
NervoUK I'uin, Sluk-llcadacho, audKheu
matisiu are cured by this medicine when all
othern have failed. Toothache, Karacbe,
Hums Chilblain end Hrulnos are relieved
at once by Ita use,
The geniiiue hat D. Ransom A C'o.'s pri
vate Revenue fitamp on tht-'outi-lde.aiid Lr.
J. R.MIIIci'a Magnetic llulin blown lu tho
tiviimluc closely uud buy none but tk
Sold by all Druggl-ils, I'rlce 25 ucuteper
D. Ransom, Hon XCo., I'rapr, lliirlilo,
BMAI. EISTATB AUUMOt.
0. WINSTON UU.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (tl JOKli FLOOII) OHIO X.ITU,
Hot Airm Bill Bial Bitats, -
VUHM1SU ABSTKAOTB OW XITItl
Happy relief for young men from tne ef
fects ol errors aud abuse! in early life. Man
hood restored. Impedimenta to marriage
removed. Nowinetbodof treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Hooks and clr.
ruler gent free, lu sealed envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association, No. 2 South
Ninth atreet, Philadelphia, Fa. an Institu
tion having a high reputation for honorable
conduct and profesnlonaitklll. 10-29 d&wSM