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THR (JAIIK) DAILY HTJLLETIN, TJllUtSDA-Y, FEBKUAUY 5, 174.
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Onto Lrevr. Oi.mii, li.u.toi.
orflclnl rapes-of the City nml Cnuiify.
JQIIX It ODKHLY. Editor and l'ubliiher
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Oueyearby carrier, in advance 10 DO
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nM months 3 00
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One year 10 00
TERMS OF WKKKLT IIUU.V.TIV.
On Year $1 00
Six Months...,,.., ,
Throe Months. to
HAadlBff snnflcr olt every imfc-e.
Smallpox is on
tho ineroaso In Mm-
STlir. AUDtTon.Lii'ri.vcOTr ono
of tho tobtocl on the Cairo nnd Fulton
road, last Saturday. Four bundrod dol
lars, hll watch and chain and An ororcoat
wcro handed over.by him to tho robbcra.
"NVk hove received n copy of tho Illin
ois 'Monitor,' puhlishcJ in Frooport, by
AV. T. Giles, lormorly of tho 'Hiilletln' of
that place. Tho '.Monitor i( a good tlzed
sheet, full of good news matter nnd ably
The Memphis press it agitating tho
question of tho sanitary condition of that
city. In this matter, tho journals ehow a
wise forethought which tho city govern
ment would do well to copy. if It Joes
nottako tlmo by tbo forolock If tho city
of Memphis should go through another
summer of epidemics, her day of graco
would be over, and sho would horoafter.be
shunned as tho city of plagues.
Kx-GovEKNon James M. llnrvoy has
been oloctcd United States conntor from
Kansas to succeed Caldwell. Senator
Harvey is a armor; ho has boon u its
publican, .but was ono of tbo first mun In
Kansas to engago in tbo reform move
ment, and declares that ho considers bis
tlectlon'.adocided victory for tho reformors,
Senator liar voyT was governor of Kansas
Tor iwo terms, serving lorm !'. till
Tar. farmers living rioar and about
'Woodstock, Illinois, aro gemiino nntl-mo'
nopollsts. Thoy hnvo practically sot their
seal of condemnation on tho praclico of
ministers of tbo gopol monopolizing tho
benefits of donation parties. A. few days
ago IboY tendorod r donation to Iho cell,
tor'of.sfarmerstpapor, proioutlng him
with chickens, hams, nnd other subetnn
tials in quantities sufficient to make him
feol that starvation Is several uvntli dis
tant in tbo future.
Tnc Illinois IIouso of Hepresenta
tivos, by a voto of soventy-ono yeas lo
tbirtyone nays, have Indefinitely post
poned the consideration uf tbo resolution
to adjourn "on tbo Twentieth of Feb
ruary lly this action the majority In
the legislature have set themselves In dl-
roct opposition to tho wishes of tho
groat mtjority of tho people all over tho
stato. "Whon tl.o day of rockonlug conies,
tho wnnt-to-stay membors will probably
cone! ado '.that - it would Imvo boon
' politic to conduct thomrolvos u: tlio ser
vants of tho pooplo, instead of as their
The Introduction of tho "Kindergarten'
into several cities of tho Unltod States
has called attoittion to this yttein of
infant instruction. The "Kindergarten"
or chlld'gardcnis & German institution
which owes its origin to t'iobcl, a native
of Oberweissbach, a village in n Thurin
glau forest. Ir'rojbol was born in 17fJ nnd
was tho son of a l'rotestant minister.
His early cblldhool was unhappy, tho
trcatuiCLt of his father toward
him being characterized by tho
greateht severity. His mother dioJ
and tbe boy was given into tbe
cbargo of a maternal uncle wboso kind
ness waa'ln direct contrast to tho unkind
ness he had always roeelved from his
father. Fro.'bol was afterward apprenticed
to a forest keeper, whoso small stli k of
books wereopon to bis researches. He
had n great thirst for knowlodgo and up
on making the acquaintance of tbe school
masters of his neighborhood, determined
to adopt tluir profession a his own and
to that end purhuod bii studios in Cer
many and Swltr.orUnJ. After tbe war
f;f 1813, inwbkhhe sorvod, ho opened
at Kellhuu, m Thurlngia, tbe first Kind
o'rgarten, naming It this because MM
was a young plant and should be rtoiod
accordingly.' Children from two to toy.
on year of ago woro admitted to the Kin
dergartca. Kvery thing which would
please, which would excltu tbe minds
of even tbo least of thorn, and whlen even
in play would require labor and Ingenuity
on the part of the children, was provided
for tneir amusement. Xio uojM weru
used, tbo object beltig to develop tbo In
tellect for tbe moro perfect acquisition of
Look knowledge at a later period. It was
not long until tbo Kindergarten wati an
established fact in Germany, and from be
Jng regarded as a cru.y man and an inno
valor, Fruihol was looked rpon ns tho
children' lenefuctir. The children of tho
rich and the poor have their Klndc-rgar
ten; those for tho former are supported
.aiWher private' rehools arc, whllo Ukso
of tho poor aro l,pt up by ;rvenniont
A TOWN THAT ItAlSI'H .IIJIiUKS.
OM kjiue. lUe Itlillipliice' of (lie
" Ciller .1
U'rom the Now London Telegram j
Tlio suluctlon nf a Lyme man tor Oluof
.1 ustico of tho Unltod .States suggests tlio
names nf sotno other .ludges wlio hr.vn
lived or utiginnted in that town. In KS'.i
Mojor ttcnoral Samuel Uelden 1'ittsons
waa nppointud by (Jenernl 'NViisliliiton
flrst .ludgo of tho Northwutlorn totniory.
a region extending from the Ohio to tbo
Miniislppl river. Ho hud been ono of
tho court which tried Major Andre. Ho
was born and lived to nilitdhi ngein Jjynio
wbcro his father, Uov. .lohnthoti I'arions,
whs tlio minister, ii is inn'. nor was l'liobo
Orlswold, a siller oi tho first governor ol
that namo at Lnu. Ono of lie.- grand
sons Was Mtnoti urcciiiuai, tlio learned
D.ino professor of law nt Cambridge.
Jlut'.Iiuw Urlswold, wiilio iieuton.ini-
governor, was ox-oliicio, prcfidcni oi tlio
supreme court of errors. .Ills two sons
Jl.iltliow una J.i'g'-r lUB inter, pcrimpj,
the nblot man tlio state over produced
woro at dilfurcnt times memiutri ol tint
court. Their sistor .Marian hail a son hs-
enciier l.nne, who stujiel law with them
at Lyino, married bis cousin, a daughter
of ltogor, and bccr.mo chief Jintico of
UiiD. ins son, Vt uiiam unsworn ,ane, is
now an ablo judge, living at Sandusky.
Ho married a dtiglater of tho lsto Chas.
O. Griswold, and ibn now owns the beau
tiful family scat at lllack llnll. Iter sis
lor, Mrs. ljorillard Spencer, 1 the mother
of tho 1'rincuSB Ceni at ltame. A dauih-
ter of Marian (irlswuld married Senator
Laiiman nnd hor dHUchtor mnrricd Jena-
tor Kotor both if thoui judges of tbo su
premo coutt. Charles .lohnoti McCurdy,
nlo oi tno saino court, sun lives ai i.yme
His mother-in-lnw was Usulft AVlcott
Griswold, grand-daughter of the llrst nnd
niecn of the stcond governor.
I bore also lived nnd died Ueury Jtat-
son "Waite. tbo lato Chief Justice of this
Stato. His mother was n Matson, tiller
of Governor liuckingbum's molbor, wlio
nlso went from I.ymo. His wife was of
tho Solden family, which has produced co
manv eminent lawyers and judges. Mor
rison K. AVnite, tbe new t!hief Justice,
whs born, bred, studied law nr.d married
there, J lis wifo wm becutiful woman,
nnd tho family returned to spend tbo sum
mer in tho scenes of thoir onrly life.
Their son. n promlilng 'young lawyer,
has Just married u daughter of llov. -Mr.
ISrninard, tho inintor of tho parish,
.ludgo Marvin "Waite, who moved to Now
London, was tlio lather ol tlio lion, .lomi
Turner Wnite. and not uramiratnor oi tno
new Chief J ustico, s seems to liavo been
Tlio two groat lawynts una juugepam
uol Leo Seldon and Henry Rogers Sohleu
of Hocbostor, went from Lyme. Henry
was at tbn la.t oleo.tlon, tlio Kopublicaii
catulidnto for tho chief justiceship of New
York. Tlio motlior ot tmel .lusuco
Stpphcn Titus Hesmos win I.vdin Lord of
iyme, wno was wnrrirwi moro. iiiu
mother of Chief .Jivtieo Wlllium L Storrs,
from whom bo is said to lmvo derived his
talonts. whs n Cliamnion, bolongin:.: to tbo
distinguished family of that nama which
wont from Lyme, hphraim Kirby, tno
first reporter of judicial decisions In this
country, married tho daughter of a Lyino
lawyer, Koynolds Marvt, wlio tcuioil in
Lltcbiieui una was King s attorney in uio
time of tho colonies1
ouit imi'oi'.ts kuom ;i:i:at
IN'cw York Henld.l
Ono of the most hopeful signs or mi Im
proving financial condition in tbe country
is tlio decline of imported luxuries. Ac
cording to tbo report of tho Hurenu of
Statistics thero wat n considerable falling
oil' in tho importation of tbe principal ar
ticles of llritiih imiiiufnciiiro for tbjoar
1873 as compered with Um previous
year. told particularly dur
init thu last mouths of ltvi. Tiikn
cotton p:cco goods, for oxample, and wo
find tbaiin Wl lL'l.C.lT.MiiO yards were
imported, while in lfi'It thn nuint-or ol
yaidswas 10'J,&0O,r. li t.i we mlglit go
through the li't ot imported articles and
find a urrespondini; ri'ductinn. Iron,
bowovor, U specially rtbv of montioii.
In 1K7 J there iOT.SOt ti'.ns of railroad iron,
(J 1.053 tons of bur. antiln, b.ilt nnd roil
iron and I'.'S.IOI tons of pig iron imported,
whllo in IS"-"' tlio amount wm, rnilroad
Iron, lB5,70'i tous; p'g iro.i, 10'J,WI tons
and bar ana omsr :;ina oi iron, -.i.uui.
tine. This is u drJnronco or ovor 20,000,
000 in Iron alotiii. l(.'o unn contlnuoxo
roduco our imports and Increase our ox
ports tbo exchange will bo more in mir
favor, and this would do morn to I ring
down tbo premium on gold nnd carry u
to a spocio basis than all tho proposed leg
islation of Congress.
Thu women of Topeakn havo been tak
ing keen intoroit In tho senatorial light.
They crowi into the catVitol, push, fbovo.
scroam do anything that will load tho
tyrant sox to give way and lot them pas.
They seis tbu teats " of liiemliere ot tho
legislature with such ioxtority that a man
takes tho II. or '. tho risk of tieing obliged
to keep it through tti ses
sion. , At n recent silting
the speaker of tbo bouse lot his soat
while bu pai putting a motion. Ono of
tbo sex which u to umbo politlt'1 pollto
grabbed his chair nnd refused to give it
up. Mobody who bun Jeen n feminine
crowd storm a lhatnr door in thn half
hour bofuro a mtiuH, Knd most decidedly
nobody who snw tlio riotous mob nf wo
men In tho senate judiciary comnii'.teti'i,
room two ve.irs; ago, will winder r.t tlm
doings in Knnsa.
Tin: Dilko of JMiuhurg and tb.i Grand
Huchess M.uris will b'pard with iurn'o
S'ictorla, until her bouse is ready for
bousokonping. Tbro will bo tho stove1!
for tbo Duko lo mt up, and Mari will
want to paper their own be.lroom, and
there will bo carpots to put down, which
will glvo thorn both something to do; and
when they got unuor way ictoria win
run in hn'd help, baking dayn, mino ovor
to wring out tLini: 3Iondav, as it woro.
So tbo young couple havo n clear future
beiorothem. Hare's to tholr coot belt
tint dor families; not mav dn loef Ion-
- - -
Thk Detroit 'l'reu lres' tails of woo
woman who was on tbe pltitljrm of tho
Central depot, and wanted to hvo her
trunk carried down to tho bsgsanu mas
ter's otllro She appealed to a big burly
follow to rrv It, when ho replied':
lllesi me! but'l'il take both ofon!"
Heplokfyi up the trunk In ono hand and
ei.id tho woman under the other, nnd
despite her amaianl and struggles, tienoj.
Itml bis dnublo burden at tho opposite end
of tbo depol, Her husband has gone to
Interview the groi cr who sells tUt tun,
Onk who had tho reputation ol being
a great philosopher, an oxrwirienced man
of the world, a proUmnd thinker, and an
acuto observer, with u deep Insight into
human nature, baslelton record tlio ex
preirlon of tils firm conviction, that no
man, however gilted, h'oweior foitunatn
in hi domestic relations, however mcocm.
ful in his publl.- undertaking.-, can be
pronounce, happywhose trouser bag
at tho kniis
a . -
A'.' linglish paper suggests a useful
opening for tbo ompl yment f f wimen s
right women. The ba';'iif,e train in the
Knxllth expedltl. n ntloitjM Costt I
ma 1 i ' ' fly i f t.oireii wlio ar roun '
to'ho moro useful than tho men, anil v. Ik)
claim llio rif'htto whip ttioio tf tho latter
who refuse to flphl. It Is proposed that
sorrto uf, our strnnRttiinded women mlhl
bo ad vnnugpousiy 'uod as olhVers ovor 1
those Mack Amazons,
SiitAtt Jank Is tbo tmiiin of n nln".
yeiir-old girl of "Muxico, Missouri, who
kcops hoiiso beautifully and makes her
father's pantaloons without Roy nssistanox.
And yot John Stuart Mill thought '
was uncommon smsrt merely because bo
wrotn a political history of Itoino when
ho was eleven years old Courier-Jour-nal.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
IARi RSV or YAM.'AUIK rArjtH-.
WasuH.oTon, Kehruary I. K. A
Williams and Jas. K. Moorohavc been In
dicted for unlawfully taking riiJ tarry
ing oway certain warranty U, belong
ing to tbs-United States and valued at
Tho Mil to incorporata tho Southern
Trans-CoclluriiU railrciMl was n-nt to the
committee of the whole In the House to
djy, tin tlio ground that the bill male a
grant of public property.
Secn-tary ltolieson apptiired bufore the
Soiiale comuilto- on naval affairs thU
n-.oming tor tho purpose ot making f ig
gestiuns rotative to dirl'itrent moasures be
lore coiigresa all'etting the navy, and lirin
1 1 pally to Kive Iim vi.-wj with rofurence t.
a bi'l to encourage tbo establishment of
public ir.'irine schools for intructing the
young men In natillal sclcnea. The coin
inittfo hcreed lo report the bill with
amedments prefixing Its dctrdls.
The Uoilso committee on appropriation
had before thnm tn.Jy Corsol chif f
of Loan llranch and Yanderb'ut chief
clerk of the treasury dep rtmant on tlio
subject i f reducing llio clerical forcn in
that department. JteforreJ.
The War Department has n proposed
statement in rosivinut to a resolution of
tlm House of llepre'entntlvo, showing
that from April TJ, 16til, to August .
ISiJO, during tho lato war dlsbuisiimonts
by army payment were ono tbousind
and ninety-four and n half million dollars
and tho whole number of paymasters em
ployed was f 13, number wbes account?
aro cloti'J, 3i, and open 155, with cash
balances unpaiJ istnounting ti S"tliV-0i5.
Many of those balance) nro In buit and
others aroconsidero.l worthies', and a few
aro to bo collected by note. Mayor Isaiah
N. Coolio is set down as owing $151,1 li,
which ho lost gambling in Cincinnati,
during the war.
Tbo Secretary of tbo Intoriurhas Mib
niittcd to thu Hou.o of lWprcsohtativos
tho proposed amendment to tbo Indian
nrotectlvo act of 18:15, dosicnod to secure
an Indian in any locality against the liq
uor traffic. It provides hbavy penalties
against any porson, including Indians,
who shall sell, exchange, glvo, barter, or
dispjKo of any spirituous liquors or wine
to and Indian under chargo of any In
dian superintendent or Indian agent, or
to an Indian not a citizou ol tbo United
Slat, or within filth Jurisdiction.
Mr. Wet introduced a resolution in
structing tho secretary of statu to pay
Kay and McMillan of Louisiana full com-pi-iiMition
" senators of tho Cniiled States
Irum the limu tney wtro eieiico .o .usreu
:iJ, lf7:i. Keferred.
On motion uf Sherman, the bill rcportei
from the llnaneo comniittu yesterday, to
ic-uro tho fqual'.i.it'un of tbo national
hunk circulation, wai taken up and bo
oi'Ihinod tl pruvlfbuis, psnding dise-.u-ston
until the morniiit; liour Imd expired
and tbo bill went over.
Tbe Sensto then ronumed cnnslderntion
of the bankrupt bi'.i ponding, the amend
ment boing that or Oglesby to striko out
tbe words '"or who hal stopped or tus
pended f.nd not resumed payment ol this
I'onimcrcial paper within tho period of
forty days, no that persons of that class
should not bo considered bankrupt
Air. lMmiinds opposed tlio amendment,
and argued that tho bankrupt law would
amount to nuthing without such pro
visions. Mr. Logan favored tho udoplion of tho
Mr. Thuriiun argued that llio amend
ment of tho commitce was inoro liberal
than the old bill, when tbo period was
fourtoen day?. The ouMinltteo now pro
poed to lix tbo per cent, at forty. Tbe
English ami I'rench bankrupt laws were
even more strict then our old law. Tho
lull (low prepand by thu committeo was
the most liberal of any commercial coun
try on tho I'aco of tho earth.
'.Mr. Oglosby said bo offered hi amend
ment in thn iiitorcat of li j t and fair
bankrupt law. He did not think, it was
j.i.lli lo.ins to lU a nliml'or of dajs by
wnich an Iumomi l' i.iHoe man should be
lonwd from his oivup.'ition andthrovn in
to bankruptcy. H would purti with
bankrupt law or any other law th class
of perou who were doing busiuoM dis
honestly and cont.t'intly endeavoring to
oscapo payment of honed debts. With tbo
exception of t portion bu ilotired to strike
out, ho believed the iimoudmoiit of the.
committee was ,'ust and fiiir, nnd the peo
phi ol the whole country would bo t.itis
li -l with It.
Mr, Kdmunda said by leaving tho pro
vision in, an honest debtor who tailed lo
meet his juper could not bo forco.l upon
and mod by t omo avaricious ud grasping
croJItor tbo next day, but would be pro
tected for forty days, by which time ho
might ncovor hii standing.
Mr. Thiirmait caid of nil tho lotters re
ceived Jrom various parts of tbe country,
bv members of tho Judiciary Committee,
not ono complained ol thu amendment be
ing too harsh. Tbo only objections ho had
was that tho bill was so much In fivor of
Ilia debtor ck, that thoro was a
i-oiitlency ol tho whole law being in opera
tion. 1 hr motion of Oglesby to strike out
tho word i nliovo( indicated wns rejected by
u oto of of 31 to .
Mr. Sherman moved an amendment
limiting thu operations of tho H'Jlh section
ft tho original law as amended 'ol re
ported by tlio oomiiillteo' to 'persons' owing
ovor i 30i).
Mr.Tuurman opposed the iimeuduient
of bis (r.NcKgue, bberman, though Lo
thought it n mattpr of but littlo itiipor
tanco, iii thoro bad been but very few
eases wbero the Imlubtadocii did not ex
ceed $:1,0UV. He gave notlco that at tho
proper time ho would oil or an Kiiiei.dmiint
to tun original law so ns to provide for
iioving accounts before a Justice of the
pnscn or notary public instoad of a regU.
ter in bankruptcy, or Its cnmr-l-isloners as
now provided. Senate iidj' timed.
Tho speaker called atlontiun to tbo fact
tbat the roiomtiou of the Hon.-.- directing
the secretory of tho Interior to furiiHi a
topv of thu paper on Irrogiilatlon, sent
by Mr. Marsh, United States minister to
Italy and was responded It by the suite-
ment that tlio paper was in tin custody of
Oommlrslooor Cotitral of the dopartmetit
of tlio Inferior.
I on speaker wished U intimato that It
would bojfnoW4 to tho meiiiberjjto learn
mm iuu uBpnrinaeir. cr iiiireau. oi ogri
culluro .was.nnlndependent department
oT tho government nnd not under control
ol nny other department. A resollij
Hon was thon otl'ured by Mr. Knsson ami
adopted, directing tho coiiiinissii.ners of
agriculture to furnish a copy of tbo pa
per in question,
Tbo House thou took up the resolution
from llio committeo on olootiotis; declar
ing Asa Hodges entitled, prima lade, to
a seat as representative of thu first Con.
gre-sional district, of Arkansas. Tho
rofolutlun was adopted without dubato
tiud Mr.- Hodge took the modified obIIi as
Mr. lloek oll'ereil nn Amendment to them
for transportation, and providing that on
ly actual traveling espouses shall bo id
lowed to any person, whatever, lit the sor
vice or theVnlted states and declaring
illegal all allowances for mllcngo and
transportation in excel ol the amount ac
j Mr. Wheeler absented to tho amend
i ment of the provition and added to it
i that It should not bo continued to allow
moro than ten cents a m'.le, the present al
) lowaiico. .Mr. lleck modified Ins amend
I ment according. In the ductis'lon which
, followed it was lialmel on ono
I side that great abuses weru committed
I under the present system, Heck instancing
a case when a treasury ofilctal. making a
I trip lrom 'Wahington to Huston, charged
mii.'sgo first from' Waihington to Hcslon,
then lrom r.f hinglon to I'lilladeiphla,
then from Wathingion lo New York, and
then from Washington to Huston ; and It
wa- claimed on tbo other sldo that it
would operate very unfairly finally. Tho
amendment a modified was agreed to.
Mr. Holiiian otl'ered nn amendment for
bi iditig 'he payment of appropriation of
at.y money lor transportation of property
or'lroons uf tho United States, or of mill
tary;illioors, over any railroad which wa
Cjiistruct'id in whole or in part by tho afd
of land grants on condition that such road
should be a public highway for tho uso of
the government, free of tolls or other
things; that the I lllnols Central hail re
ceived nearly fivo million dollars for trr.ni
portution I t tbo govornment during thn
Mr. Hurllmrt cxpluined that the
nmoiict paid to tho Illinos Central during
tbo war was under n contract with tho
government, by which since two-thirds or
.hreo-foimli ol ordinary charges wcro al
lowed, tho government having the first
right of way, to tho exclusion of nil other
Mr. G. l- Hoar suggested to Mr. Hol
IiImm that hu should limit his amendment
to tho provision that no money shall bu
pai.1 lo any railroad company fo'r perform
ing any service for tbo United States re
quired to be performed without compensi
tien by terms of its organic net. Hu
moved to amend tbo amendment by mak
ing it read, "on condition that transporta
tion should bo free nf charge.' Adopted.
Tbo committee then rose.
Tho Ho'jse took a recess till 7 :i0 p in.;
tho evening session to bo lor tbn consider.
atlon of a bill to rovisu and consolidate
Ollleenl Observation, hlu'iml SerWco I'.S
in my. I Lilly report ol the Max" ol water.
nn uie cn.inge tor ine . uour enuiiig
i o eloel. p. in., I ebruary 4,
' Above Changes.
water, i ltNc.; Kail.
ii n . ir
:zi n ii n ii 7
li 1 ii n l li
7 ii n oo 1
4 n ft, u
II tt 0' ij
l St '
I (I 0 o 2
5 i- 0 t. ft I)
letlts.sun City ...
Iijr.ru City .....
Leavenworth . .
.st. Haul ,
Vlckshui'g ... .,
.... 0 ti'i
....jtn' ;f: ooo
...till (i 0 n t)
....,li fi 0 0 1
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'Itelow high water maik.
Obsorver Sl. avr. V. S. A
I'lrraiii'Ka, February 4. Itlvor falling
with ii ftet-1 inchei in the channel.
I'lTlsiiLttu. 1'ebruiir Jlonotigahela
1 feet 5 inches nnd falling. J K Jiankin
left for Matatnor.H'.
CiM iNNATi, Foliruiry 1 Kiver 21 feet
u itiehss and falling. 'Wuathor cloudv.
Kxchange weak, par buying and onMouth
Ns.w Oki.i:a.s, Feb'iary I. Hello Leci
Memphis. Departed Cominouwealtb, bt.
Louis; John Means and barues, l'ittsburgi
Seminole, Wnltn river. YVeathcr clear
Nasiivilli:. February I. Hivtsr fall
ing, 15 Ifol scant on "shoals. Weather
clear and ploaut. Arrived Cooke.
IVIucah, Departed Cooke, l'aducah and
'ICddyi Hie, upper Cumberland.
Li i n. i: Hoi k, February I. Weather,
clear and pleaiil. I!ivor It fi inches by
gauge and lalling. Arrived lUttio,
l'inu lllull'. Departed li. W. Duaan
and Juo Howard, Now Orleans; Fort Gib
son above Ketllo lllgbeo, Louisiana,
Mkmimih, February I. Weather e'ear
and pleasant. Hivur rising slowly. Ar
rived Maude, NiwOrloans. and Arling
ton, Cincinnati. Departed Henry Amos,
Mollle Kbort. Mow Orlosns; Itello of
Texas, "Tipo IlluIV, kiuI Parker. Cincinnati.
Sr. Lout-., February I. Arrived
Johnson, Keokuk ; MoHlo -Moore, .laiuos
Howard and tiusjo Silver, New Orleans.
Departed i;?pi ranzii, Fittsburg; Grand
Tower Memphis; Sam Hoborls, Cairo.
Hiver falling stemlily. The weather Is
clear mid plensant
UvA.vbVii-Li., Fubruary t. Weatho
cloudy. Mercury yi to 4b. Hivcr has
fallen 1 foot icnving 21 feet by mark.
I'ort list Up Fnyette, lion HoborW,
ldlowild, Shannon, Down Groy Uagle,
Silverthornu, Arkansas Hollo, Kod Cloud,
Mary "Atiiont, all with Rood trips. Ilusi
WAlUKoroN, February 4. Fur Thurs
day In Now Kngland Stati contlniiiil
cold northwesterly winds with rlsluglmr
oiiiotcr, higher tomperatiire, partly cloudy
auir clear woithor.
For .Middle Atlantic States, .we'torly
winds, rising barometer and gonundly
For Southern States-, iirtlth unit eist
winds, somewhat higher tenipnruturu and
generally clear weather, except possibly
on tho woitern coast.
b'or Ohio Valley, light winds and part
ly cloudy weather.
For Upper Lakes, winds shifting to the
south followed by falling barometer and
higher temperature, probably snow devel
oping oa tho western plains of Texas.
New Yiikk, February 4 The strike
on the Ojwego and Midland rallroud, ter
minated 1 st night. Thu strlkeis at Klleu-
llio agreed lo accopt thotermt accepted
by tho mun at Summllville, and trains urn
running ns usual, Tho men are helm;
paid for December and tbo pa) master
will continue until all obligations nru dis
charged. Sail I.nlc.
Tlie MOKMONH ASM INHIAN1.
Sn.T Lake, Fobruary A. Thu report
from New Moiicoof trouble between ttu
Indians and the Mormons Is correct.
Tho report, no doubt, grows out of n diffi
culty some days agnjietwoon somo miners
and Navhjoo Indians in Cms Valley,
Utah, in which three Indians were re
Minimi-, Tebruary 4. The UltiU City
oil works, on Charleston avenue, owned
by llakcr & ll.irton, together with all the
machiuory stock, burned lo-nlght, The
Memphis and Charleston depot nlsocaught
fire, and but for tho prompt arrival of the
engines would have been burned. The
loss of llaker iV' llarton is about $15,0011,
Insured in locol companies. Tho origin
of thn iiro Is uuknown.
Loniuin, February 4. Advices from
the Gold Coast -cport that the Ashautue
havo ruleased tbo Gorman missionary and
sent him to Sir Garnet Woolsoly with
proposals of peace. Twelve hundred
llritlsh troops nave advanced unopposed
to within n day's march ol Coomastle.
A number of l'antoe carriers havo desert
ed the llritiih in my.
Mis. Kawcelt, wife of Prof. IVwcett,
was thrown from her lior.-o and d.iuger-
: Liberal candidate has been returned
for Sow rv. Thoro is n Liberal gain.
70 II A No.
Hai.timoiik, I'obruary 4. Win, H. Mc-
Cobber who Was sentenced to be hanged
at Cambridge on Friday for thn murder
of his father-in-law, iias Hindu i. coufes-
ion alleging that the crime whs commit
ted In soil-defense,
A coal shed in South lSostnn fell this
morning, owing to the weight of enow,
killing two in r ti ami luveruly injuring
MA HKFT KLTOItT.
Mkui'UI", Felirtiary 1. flour dull and
unchanged. Corn moal tuarlet bare.
Com stoady at i6fi'ii. Oats iiuit. Hay
dull, llrnn nominal nt H4. i'rovl-ioni
quiet and unchangMd.
N l iv Oki.kas-, February I. Flour
dull and easier: triblo U 6tC'j7 CD; family
''j(u it 'lit. Corn firmer; white , 5(.i 73.
ellow mixed 78: yellow bO. Oats firmer
at Aft07. iiran dull. Hay quiet; choice.
I. l'oru lltu at ic Dry "tit meats
linn r.t S),(iiS Ilacon dull nr.d lower at
WJj. Hams dull ot lUf.t.Itil. Lard
scarce, tierco 0f7.t kct: lu. Sui:ur dull
inferior II(a,oi; common oJto.ol; lair to
fully fa.r GlOi 7j; prune to choice bj
Alnlaises goou all in socosti nanus; prime
tolling at 08, Coll'co small stock am'
good demand, ordinary -4j(o;.0; lAir'j
(X'7i; good li7J028; prlmo .H46.
Ci.scisnati, Fooruary -t. Hour firm;
family: 0(Y'7 af, Ybcut dull and no-u-'
inal at I 4u(Ttil fiO, (Jorn dull and un
changed at iil'fHH. Oats quiet at ISOA.
liyn firm at (Ufa'!.''. lUrley firm ; Xo 2
I 70 to I SO; KoV, 1 wvra f,o. '.Oils un
chanucd. Kggs tevly. HutUr, choico
ISfujoii. Choose firm. Fork dull and
nominal al lSJQIfij. Lard steady;
stoam i (;'. ; Kettle i'l. Hulk meats
steady; sales sbouldors CJ ; C H 'I; cloar
SloTjJ all fully curod. Iiooso bacon firm :
shoulders "; OH BjSj ; clear 'J. Hogs
live demand active and advanced; light
grades II oOffjC 00; boavy Ti 00(jr, 'Ti.
Hocelpts -1,004. Sbipmentf," 1,CW. Whis
ky strong ntVO.
Ciiicauo, February ! Flour quiet and
weak; good spring extra sold at f .lOfo.
0 to Wheat quiot and steady, No I
spring 1 'Jf.; No 2, 1 '231; Mt 1
Michigan, No 0, 1 lOj'ijl 17. Corn,
etoady at a slight decline; No 'J mixed C8J
spot or February, G9J; March, No 'J S4
(Juts, dull and a hbado lower; No. 'J, 42
cash; '435 March. Ityo, quiot; No 2 fresh
fit3!hi!. Ilarlov, dull and lowor, No 2
nominal at 1 7 SMI 80; No 'J sold at 1 til
Cr, CO. l'royislonf, dull nnd unsettled
Fork, dull and lowor nt 14, cash and Feb
niftry, II March. Lard, dull and lowor
at t'J1 l-o, cash. Hulk meats, steady;
shoulders C', s. r,7J; looso spot, s. c. 7'j,
March, 8; green meats, 18 lbs avs., 8.;.
St. Louik, February 4 Flour un
changed; super o OOOiT) CO; X fi 70 k'Sj
XX 0 UooVii 7S; XXX 0 7f.7 23; fam
ily 7 505."8 60; fanoy OOg'j no, Wheat
spring quiot, but firm, No J 1 li5I 2C;
fall unchanged; No 3 rod 1 48; seller tho
month I -17; No ii 1 MOj, 1 70. Corn
oponed firm at yesterday' prices, closed
lf. '2a lowor; No 2 mixod UOfJitil. Oats
higher and unsettled; No 2 4848.1 and
held lilghur. lUrley iiiiclianued, No -spring
1 7ogt 85. Uyo held firm at 8i
80. Fork firm lo 60. Green mfnl higher,
idionldors W!i' clear rib 7;7j cloar
side") t;'('i7; bams 8 Dry salt meats
quiet, looso clear rib 8; clear sides 8; bams
15 lbs average Dl, to arrivo Hacon firm,
shoulders 7; clear rib 9j clear 9. Lard
firm, prime stonm 83(5,!'. Grocories quiet.
Cofi'ee 2dJ(ni28. Loulilana sugar 71(3,().
rlaiitatioti mousses firm wW,ib, Wh
steady !i8. Hogs quiet 5 005 K
a N. 1L U 6'iIE's, "
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fldy"AV,u but First'Clasv Cvmpanle
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. II. Tliltle wood. I'. .1. TliiHe wood
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