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THE C.MKO DAILY BT7LLETT.N, PUKDAY., FEBRTJAKY 8, 1574.
UMtt-' lar ! tkCltr ! Conuly.
JUJUT H- OMKLT. Kdllor b.I l'nbllshtr
rauu or ra daily uuixktin
Om WNk, br Mff1r 9 51
UuTMf by wrier, Ii advance 10 00
CM r4r by curler if not pstd In
1 rMfiPMT Oiukt bat nominateJ Mr.
- - itorUk Oralis) of St. Louis, counsel t
set j F
.v tEcx ps-taesptU railroad line from Xow
.'Yotkto tk WmI haven alopted nunl
uf&tkietirt classification for freight.
.. Tk c'lawMoaUoa hat roferooco to bulk
Mkttart bf goedt. High priced goods and
fcsjHty tent goodi will be charged high
' raWi, ted Jow priced heavy goods 1 ov
"fttrte." Tht following are the ratoi oi
iMvaHoai claim of goods to lomeprincl
!. 'wastara eim.. r Cnirngo, n'rst, $1.
sacOcd ,90c; third, 72c; fourth, 00c;
b4cU1 45c. SI. LouIs,flrst,l 28 ; second,
'1118; third, 07o; fourth, VOoj apodal,
" fffnclnnatl. iirit. D2c ! ccond. 80c !
thfrd! 70ci fourth., Ctc; paclal, 41c.
JTi Introduction by Mr. Inscaso to iho
' ItHswatenatsVot a bill in regard to the
tSilk of TJnion county and Jonoiboro
ifcieribi to the Cairo and St. Louts roll-"-'o4rcmpraBT',haiglvoa
the 'Sua' an op
'JHiHlif to repeat hi Intimations of tnlt-
lMKAfemeat M the part of the company.
'If tke 'Son' hat any knowledge of tuch
faaUsEtaaf eneot, it should itato what it
r 'm'wi ia 'plain and unambiguous terms.
1 Thle course would be of great assistance
w a)fr. laiCMe and "our member," in caso
f M iYtIatloa. Neither of them wo
are certain, will lend voice or voto to the
OTrtl'p' of the mismanagement of
th Cairo and St Louis railroad company.
'If laehcaabe proved to havo taion place
"THrIagiuh .newspapers which crill
. mt oar American elections as beiotr pe-
tUrJj .rJoipu, may now turn their at-
t uiwtra ueme. xne election lor
i. lir . .
t"Djri oi .parliament which took place
4 e.U-ourth last., was characterized by
i'ltiata aadasurdars in many of the districts.
At WUtoaaall aevoral persons were fatal-.i-.Jy.ijkJaraslIlia.riot.
A desperate light is
b.ftjaoraai at-Haaley, in whiofa one man
.wa .kUlad 'and aererat woundod. At
flSaastal, Loagiton and Burslem, the ballot
Mxaa were seized by the mob and recap-
tarai y the police. In England the
aaateeV was between conservatives and
itearali, the former carrying a majority
4saJdlstrlots. In Ireland the feeling
ta hV between the clerical and nation.
u r . ...
IHI SOUXBKRK ILLIXOIS l'M-
v j . 5fJtNriAlJY.
? A snail meeting in tho interests of
the Southern Illinois Peniten-
rary, -W" Wd at Odin, on l'riday last.
' lt 6f tha counties of 8outhetn 1111-
' ejpresented. Tho meeting
"wu Mdressad by the Itav. K. ii. "Wines,
arjiary .of tfsa State Board of publio
oharlles, by Judge Schaeffor, of Saiom,
?Jby Hon.N.. Morrison, of Odiu. Dol
Cte ware appointed to attend the prison
reforse meeting at Springfleld, on the
, JTwaotyflxth Jnst, and tho following
rseolnljani wera adopted;
t .'Bf?,A aafely, comfort and de
irad reformation of that unfortunate class
of our clUzena, who have been and nro be
lag eoavicted of crimes in our state, de.
ihaaAaoM bow afforded by the state, and
M hii me general ancruMy
appwad February, S3, iW7,jt is provided
t t lomnom MBa nuiming of a psaiten
-r'.Jlr7,rfwn P"f tho state, to
(iw iina me iinneu Southern peniten
Ti (oomtaiuloners to be appointed
ly-tas prsraor, with the advico and
isaaal f the senaU), which commiiilon-
'fH'ft"B.y,Kbeu PPoInted in con.
amltywith said act; therefore
Saaelrad, i. That iu our jud-'nant
.tfS-s',ulI P'owldej an additional
ealteaiUry for the safs-keeping and re-
forautioa of its convIcU.
42. . Taatfceod faith and a decent reeprot
EA,.lB.UnUo, M the aral assembly
ifJ?57vlmBd luch penitentiary
rtoaM ba erected in the southern part or
aTkatwe believe a due regard for
. 'on,ic' administration of our
ftrVTifM lnW penitentia
ryihould U built as soon as practica-
Z2f ,UU,t0, tho enate
tavooafirm commlsslooers to locate and
".' ,aWnK at Bprlngflald durlnj;
tkajprmat montb, to organlxe a Htato
rrtaoti Baforea association, and urge upon
the paoDla-af othern Illinois the impor-
XKMFXBACE CUUSAnK v
. , tn OHIO. .
r . ... ,mmmi mumo against whllty
ia "iraoaoBUma ago by th
"" "Boa or attinent. On
M oecuary, ll u carried on with lncrea.
aajsjuaataaaa and hu ipred through
0WB, oflb Soutbweitern
yaMW'thtraUte.' In' some of these towns
aU M ealoes-keepers have yielded to U
Fww-oi wwiBan-i tears ana prayers,
i- osnave,-. one. .r two hold out
MraYow their determination to
doaotf.tfcVlii. In Hlllsboro, Highland
couatr, aWv-tbree ladiee who ereetr.H .
Mtutui aikortiul far .1 .i.i.
ujaijy UUraiiaslon, were compelled to
nWtJlTWc . injunction
cvad apoa ,ttaa. la, which they were
nlelaatl U oaaiaHagtag, praying, exhort
' -akkf , Roiea and disturbance In
prrfllr. Dsaa's atore, or in its vicin
Mi dlatarbaaoe, unasr penalty of
aar arkkb kava led totheprci
ent cruiiulo against ll'itur-tillini; at ntll
understood. They may lu found in tho
anguish of tho wives, the rnolliorf, tho sis
tors and the daughters ol drunkards;
hence, however much tho m.mnor ot the
warfare against tho liquor Hand is dopre
CAted, it is iinpotiiblo not to rotpect Its
origin nnd with that it might bo succoii
ful. Hut tho cxporionco of not only hun
dreds but thousands of yinr hni shown
that tho lovo of Intoxicating drinlls
ono of the inherent vices of mankind.
"Who hath sorrow, who hath
babbling, who hath redness of eyus?
Ua that tarrieth long at tho win a.' As
early as four hundacd years tgo,
organised socletlei for tlm prevuntlon of
the ue of strong drink, were In oiiitenco
In Kuropo, and in tlju United iltatei tlm
tomperance (ociely ii known in nearly
every city, town and village in tin land.
And yet the lovis of stimulants lias
neror boen.qtiencbod aml.tlio dram shop
aud tho saloons nourish Hiid their kcopers
rjrow rich on tho vices and tho wcaV noi
ses of tlioir fcllow-mcn. It Is idlo to hope
that moro than a temporary succeu will
follow tho women's crusade against liquor.
II Is a Uigrcttloa from tho ordinary path
of women's livH and must ceao ot some
time, and at soon ni it doos ca.H'o.'.bo inon.
ster of strong drink will again mito its
head, probably made moro attractive to
Its worshippers by Its toinporary suppres
sion. Tho onlv oflaetivn unlMolH wninn
hold in their bands agninit tbeorils of in-
tomporanco is tho individual power of
each to fiircrigtlien the Rood impulsoj nnd
right dttlros of tbo husband, tho ton,
tbo fntlicr or tho brothor wlio
may ba struggling to freo him
self from tho mnslory of an iiopotlto
for liquor drink. In this nnd by creat
ing around themselves an nlmosphoro of
homo pleasure and happiness which will
oulwolgh tho attraction of tho saloou and
tho bar room, both to tho ni'jn who havo
participated in them and the boys who
havo uot, llos the only true and eminent
ly womanly warfare against the legions ol
tho demon of intemperance.
Sl'l'KKMK COUKT CONSOLIDA
TIONS (Siu-inslleld Cor. St. l.ouit Democrat.
Tho bill Introduced in tho liotiee lor
the consolidation of tho throe grand di
visions of the .Suprome Court oi this
State developed extmordinary strsngth
to-day. There seomed to bo h genural
feeling that, if potable, It ought to ba
Tho Supremo Court is now hold in three
places in the State, via Ottawa, Spring
Hold and .11 (Hint Vnrnon. At eiicn of
thosu places thoro is a library nnd nil the
separato ollicos and attaches to run tho
court. It is well known that all of
tho mcmbors of the court, with the ex
ception of Chiof Justice, llrceso, aro in fa
vor of tbo consolidation, for tevura! rea
sons, among which is tho fact that not ono
of the judges can, ssvo for one or two
months in tho your enjoy tho comforts of
home, asthoir duties keep them away.
Whoreas, if nil tho terms of tho court
wero held horo they could for tho six '
years for which thoy aro electod. move
tnolr famllios here. Again, whun as is tho
case, opinions are written by oach of the
Judges during vacation, It has to bo sent
to each Judge by mail for his concurrence
or dissent. Again, it would bo a vast sav
ing of monoy to tho State and a great con
venience to tho pooplo. Tho bill does not
propose to legislato any clerk out of of-tJce-
Till: DECAY OF LONDON SOCI
KTV. New York Times.
There Is a good donl of social excite
ment on tbe subject of tho Duko of Kdin
burg's marriage- It h supposed that u
daughter of tho Czar may tiring with her
fashions and tasts of bor own, nnd may
introduce a now element into tho amuto
monts of English society. For rrao
years socloty has been in rather a disor
ganized stnto. Tho queon livos in almost
absoluto soclmion. Onco or twico in tho
season there is a stato ball or state concert,
which the qacon dec not attend,or special
court limited to tho diplomatic circle
and a fow select members of the aristoc
racy, and a moro central cardon party in
the grounds of Kuckincham I'alaco or
Windsor, at which the Queen doos conde
scond to show herself. ISut this U all.
Tbo ordinary drawing-rooms and leveoi
are held by deputy; aud tho royal dinnr
parties are ci a strictly private, domestic
character. To all Intents and purpoies
tbo Queen lives entirely out of tho vtcll.
The l'rlnce of "Wales goes about a great
deal, perhaps almost too much, but his
mission seems to bo rather to accept than
to diiponso hospitality. Ho hoots over
hts friends' estates ; ho dines out
moro than !io dines in: he
dances whenover ho got! a chance, and he
is always ready to accept r box at tho tbo.
ater. with clears for hl sulto. l!ut !
docs not in any way attempt to hsumo
the lead in socioty, and, Indeed, he could
not pretend to do eo as long as ho is con
tent to go to other pooplo's houses instead
of asking other pooplo to his ewn. Jf tho
l'rincee privato accounts could bo oxam-
incd, It would probably bo found that hit
income is by no means larce. considering
the demands which are made upon it
Ills mother's retirement throws unon him
nltnoet exclusively the public roproeenta
tlou of tho crown, and this involves u
much Iargor outlay than uiott pooplo aro
awaro of. ilo has to give subscriptions to
all sorts of charities and othor public pur
poses, and to provido for his family, who
win not ue mentiono'i uy mo stuto until
they coma ot ago. HeMdes this, It is un
derstood that tho Vrinco has a certain dtl.
icacy about putting hlmtolf forward in a
prominent manner. J la holds that his
propur plar-o at presont Is within tho shad
ow 01 tne tnrone, and that he ought not
to presume to como to tho front during
his mother's lifetime. If sho will not nc.
cupy the plate herself, ho thinks It should
be left vacant. Noxt to tho lMn tv,n
most prominent person In Knglish society
has hithorto boen tho Dnkoof Cambridge,
a genial and popular soldier, whom evorv-
iujr Biu m tvr, uin woo iias no means
to entertain at homo. Tho married d
.1 . .-1 "
. .14 ijuouu uu iiui iio up any po-
ij.uu ui nioir own in tins country. Tbo
rlneess Louise, of llesie.llko tho Crown.
1 r nccis of Prussia, lives chiolly abroad.
Vrloceu Christina U delicate id health.
1 rlncess Louise, or Countess of Lome
(whom rams U ocr niUnn.. . '!
the beginning of lomo ctromonial list In
. 7. . r , u her husband, tho
luituKinK numbly at tho tall of
i. .oi uvaiu ui, nu 11 m present
suppesad to be trnvoling incognito on tho
Continent. As for tho Marquis, ho ,,ni
been, as It wero. caucht ui into th ,.imi..
tho oarth knows him no more, oxeept as a
! jjuitutuui in a ruj'ui procession.
IIABNUM'S lUtToKST TIIINO.
Tito M I. I .
'"'" iiu uiu permanonijy anchor-
nil arte on f ourth avente. and uro
posesto celebrate his ingathering next
April, not by shutting all the rest of tho
nunu ou, ouv oy taKing in h large frao.
iion 01 us population to the extent of
orao ju.wooaiiy. in spite pf BOmo lr
revoient rhymes to the contrary, there Is
the best of icJioa for supposlnp, that
the animals whl.b vent lu two by
two to Inspect .Nh'i avcoinrnodhtlon
took 110 baggago. It will, however, bono
fault of tho modorn imitator of tliu per
egrinating patriarch If his animal msko
tholr triumphal ontry without hnrnesrir
hnbilainont. A contract was tomplolcd
In London, January 1871, between 1'.
T. liamum nJ"John and Ouorgo Ssnger
for thn purchase, at n cot of $H15,tK)0 In
gold of duplicates of nil tho chariot', cos
titmoe, tratiDiugs. tings, banners and oth
er pharapharnallit used by tho latter in
the production of tho great pageant re
presenting tho congress of monatchs.
This collodion embrace thirteen gorgeous
carved nnd gilt emblazoned chariots und
appropriate! names fer ono hundr-d and
sixty-two horse! l,l.'ii elegant and Bp
priato suits of armor, robes, court dresses,
etc., to faithfully represent All tho prin.i
pU inomui.hs and courts in the vorid. aud
a fao-slmlle of all tho Hags, banners, and
everything eleso used In this pagettit, er
opting the horse;, rlnphanti, ostriches,
glrafls, cnmds and otb'ir 'iving (.nitntls,
All this pioperty Is to be delivered to Mr.
Itarnum's agent in IWusry, uml it will
ba at once appirent that Solomon
in all hi; glory could not havo been
arrayed llko ono of tho least of tho
trick ponios in tho train of tho
modern bliowniim. In most arenas
an cxpcmllturo of UCI.OOO would bo
about as largo an Horn as could ba men
tioned lu connection with thn entertain
mnnt. In '.bis caso it is ono of thu ....it
1 'io Ararat on whicli tills modorn ark
rests could not bo bought for $1,000,000;
tho animated part of tho ontortalnmcnt
cost i 100,000, nnd tho structure in Jwhlcli
it is all to bo exhibited is valued at $20,-
aaiv . 1 . i- r t. . . s . a
of S1.WI0 000 tohecin with, and co.stt S30.-
000 to delivered in Nnw ork, will need
apatroniige of 20,000 or :t0,000 porjcns
dally to mako it in any way
successful. Thero can bo but litlia doubt
but that tho patronage will bo received
As Mr. IWnium is not of an ago hut nil
timo his races will he just as ftimitiar to
tbe frcnuuntcr of tho stadium and tho
Flavian circus ae to tho onlooker t.t tho
Dorby or Joromo park. L'vorythitig
which can run is to run, and pretty much
everything which can be shown will hi
exhibited. Briefly summarizing nil that
will b thoro it mny bo (aid that tho per
formance will display moro animals than
N'onb, nnd moro magnificent than Solo
mon, moro racing than Kpiom Downs,
and moro hard riding to bounds than
Yorkshire, aud moro chariots than ever
rattled ovor tho plains of itahylon, or
rolled round the pillars of the Olympic
TUOM TILL OTIIEi
THK SIM KITS OF A IIANOKD MIMl
DEUBil AND HIS VICTIM Al'-
PEAK TO THEIK FRIND3 IN
From tho LotlUvhla Courier-Journal J
About throe weeks ago an account ot a
murdor near Kockport,Muh!cnburg county
Kentucky, appeared in tho 'Courier-Journal.'
DudUy "White, colored, killed a
whito man on tho road near llichrannd
mines, opposito the houso of Mr. Thvo
Youts. The negro was promptly arrested
and Imprisoned. A fow nights after the
murder, White was taken frou the Oreon
villo jail by a band of men nnd hanged.
A correspondent writos with n creat deal
of earnostnoif, accompanied with evident
alarm, that tbe spirits of both tbe exe
cuted murderer and his victim mako reg
ular and oft-repeated visits to the scone of
tbo bloody tragedy.
A few nights ago, sccrdinc to the
writer, a couplo of young men living in
tho neighborhood rodo by tho houie of the
murderer, and they reluto that just as
they wers passing tfio place Dudlov cmo
out from his yard, looking "A, .,..,i ...
Iifo," and walked between their horse".
keeping company uith them for some'dif-
lance, toque"',; chaufcing his petition,
sometimos walking around and under
their horse. O uIr roturn by tho
Bimo road, thoy agsdn saw tho r.pptrltlon,
and it acted as before. When tho negro
was found banning to n limb tho next day
ultor his execution, ho was taken down
and "laid out" in an old hou9 near I17.
It is said that ho is now often seen at this
bouse pissing up nnd down rtiirs and
moving about in a restles and mvstorioui
Mr. Yout, who is sivl to U .-.r.e of tho
most reliable and respoctablo gentlemen in
tbo neighborhood, has often seen the m'
dored man near hit b'usi. Tin -hoetly
visitor Is generally sfen walkim; about io
tho road noar Mr. Youti' hou pviic
at intervals of very fow minutes the
spot of gro md on which he was murder
ed. Mr. Youts has become grestlv an
noyed by those gbo'tly visits, and" it is
said is talking of raorin from the neigh
borhw. The affair has rrfatt " - rrsat -nalion
In that section of tho country, and espe
cially amongst tbo blacks, who fro quite
numorous in th neighborhood of the
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
TUB TZMl'j:r,ANXE Ei' ITe.ME.N T.
llii'LKY, O., February 7. The temper.
anco oxcitement is red l.ut. Tho ladies
manifest a resolute disposition in this
matter. Tho procettion appeared this
morning, stronger than over, Throe
moro saloons closed. Tho most respecta
ble dealers havo given up. At noon tho
procession boarded the AVildwood on hor
down trip and was received by tho otllcers
in n gentlemanly tr.anuor. .1110 hijurnncs
was git on tout uo linuor would bo sold to
citizens ol this pluco from that boat, for
wnno t this wtoart ttiero woro on tho
boat hons of Kentucky's grand oloquont
bloodr, and among theiii a Col. Dobbins of
lJovor wno grossly insulted tho bodios
with tlio most profane olmse, while Mrs.
.iioony was praying, uo Had not oven tho
exemo ol 1.0. ng urunk, or this might
havobceu ovtrUokcd. Uo was returning
iroui a chicken light at Maryvilloand felt
very valorous, witou tuo inalu elomont
heard ot this tho boat was loaving, but
you may rent assurod if thov could have iot
. i..t.n. . , r .
uuu, .ur, iiuuuiii! wouui nayo met with
more daubln's and a full supply offtuth-
err. Mills victory ovor tho saloons eoini
as cnmploto as it is sudden. Many aston
Ishod old topers aro sober to-dav. and m
dry m a hot brick, thoy lay it can't
no got. roariy llyo hundred tolal absti-
nonco plodges havo botn taken, t.nd tbo
publio sentiment is ovnrwholmlng for tho
ladles' movement. No procession this
ovening, but tho women will board tho
ratomac to-night and ak tho samn assur
anco given by tho Wlldwood. llonllro
and mass mnoting to. night.
Albany, X. V.
Ai.ii.int, Nt Y February ? Tlio rear
oar or tlo alternoon train from "While-
hall, was thrown from tho track by a
nrouen rail, and loll into a ditch. One of
tho occupants who mm supposed to be a
rauroaa employ was killed. The other
occupants, four In number, were with dll
Acuity rescued Irom tho lUmas, tho. car
uiiviog tauen nro.
Cot 1 Jir.L, 1 ibruaty 7 -Dottur lUy,
for somoyeare a ro'ldcnt ol this city, died
to-day In ids ono luindrrd and third year,
Mkuhh?, "February 7 Tho Louisville,
Nashville and (Irit Northern; Memphis
and Charleston; Mompkiit and l.itjU
Kock; Iron Mountain and conuucllng
linos, also Memphis and (Jinrinnati and
Anchor Lino steamboats will nave re-
Uucd excursion tickets tu the Carnival.
tim: rntsT tatai, us.11;.
CiscisjfjiTi, February 7. .tn Kuqulrcr
special from Aurora, fnd , says that
Henry Fremont, a son of Mil. Fremont,
who died from eating pork I r. fee to. I with
tricbinio, about a mouth ugo, was t)e tlrst
TUK MEXICAN VETERAN.
Waiiiinoton, February 7. Tho sub
committee recently appointed by tlm com
milieu on pension to consider tho claims
of thoRnrvivors of thaMoxicau war for
pensions has ngreod to perfect a bill to
meet this. I'hu bill pending provides
that tho survivors of thn Indian Avars and
tho war with Mexico, shall be placed on
thu hiui'.e footing as tho soldiers of 1 y 72 or
widownnmj orplians of such soldiers.
Cm 111 ri llntitrlnts.
near this city having recontly caused to
bo laid before chlol' Justlco McKovc, com
plaints of abuio of soldiers by tho police
iorce, tho chief justico states in a lutter
that ho has 110 power to protect tho sol
diers and thtt Ooncrnl .Morrow will have
to protect Ids own men.
A report from Virginia City, Mon'.ann,
says tlto railroad subsidy b.ll'wua killed
in'tho llouso. Tho bill for tho romoval
of tho cap'.tnl to Uolcnn, as amended
in tho Council in favor of Dsor Lodge,
passed the Council this morning.
Ogdciiliiirg, '. .
OniiEKi-nfRo, February 7. A portion
0'. u train on tho Homo, Watortown and
Ogdonibury railroad having become do
tachcdl&st ovoning, 11 n angina went down
tho road to bring tho iletachod part to
Kiusellar with tho uudurilandin tint tho
soiithorn bound passongor train should
bo detained until tho roturn of tho engine
with tho detached parts. Owing to a
misunderstanding, the passongor train was
nut dotaiued, ond a collision was tho con
sequance, smashing two onglnes and
wounding tbi conductor and a passenger.
LotMr-vn i.k, February 7. Tho direct
ors of tho L. (.'. & Laportlinu held a moot
ing last night at which it was resolved,
for the settlement of the bonded and Moat
ing debt of tho road, to propoaa to tbo
creditors to fund open their liabilities and
coupons of the Urn and second) mortgage
bonds, which rnaturod January J, 1H74,
and to mature ir. 7t--lb7o in now con
solidated mortgagu bonds kt H5 cents, and
tho coupons and other evidences of tbe
debt aro to bo placed in tho hands of tho
trustee in escrow. This proposition tus.
met with favor from largo crodito; to
whom it has bem submitted.
Jacksonville, Fuhruary 7. Tho Na
tional Crop lUporlcr publishes to-day cr
timi.jj f th porccntum of tho last crops
ofliirley nnd rvo on the hands of pro
ducers on January 10, in tho .Slates or Il
linois, Iowa, Kansas, Ohio and Wiscon
sin. Tho percentage on imndal tho date
natnod in the flvo Static, which produced
in 1873, tomo nino and ono-half millions
of bushels is placed at .10 0-10 per cent,
ana tne rate or consumption by which is
meant both shipments and homo consump
tion and is highest In Kansas and lowest
in Wisconsin, being respectively 7C and
OS per cent. Tho per contage of ryo on
Hand averages -Jo ii-iu per cent., which
with a total production last year of about
. i r. t r. . 1 1. ... .
iwu'jiimu outneisanu inuicatcs an amount
now on hand equal to a trltle less than
one million one hundred and forty-three
thousand bushels. Tha consumption Is
birhf.,1 ia Kaciss, U-iri? bJner cent., and
lowest in Wisconsin, being 70 per cent.
Tha returns in rclati v ' tha condition
of tho growing grain laiicatcd on Febru
ary 1st a light Incroaio as compared with
the indication on January 1 nth A
special canvatH ot tho condition of tho
fall sown grain and of the fruit crop will
bo made on March 1st.
. - -
I'lTTMiuita, Februiry 7. Monongahe
la ftvo ftct four Indus and falling.
Ci.n-ci.n.vati, February 7. IUver falling
with 1H feet C inches. Arrivi-.l-Sbi.nuon,
Now Orleans. Departed Den Franklin,
Alomphis; 11 S Turner, New Orleans.
Little Hock, February 7. Itiyer de
clining with H feot 8 inches by mark. Ar
rived Huttie, Pino BluUj Nashvillo,
Memphis. Woatbor clear and pleasant.
ViCKKitiKO, February 7. Down Ya
zoo, Emilia La JSarge, and Mohawn and
barges. L'p Sominolo, Sella Lee, Far-
goud nnd fcelmn. Weather clear and
cool. IUver rising,
MKfiriiiri, February 7 Uivor dcclln-
Inii. Weather clear nnd cool. Dnarted
Clarksville, Arkansas rivor; City of
Aucusta, into river: Arlincton. Cincin
nati; Grand Tower, St. Louis.
New Or.LEANH, Fobruary 7. Arrived,
Katio P Koiintz, Arkansas itlvorj Oroat
Hopublio, Memphis. Dopartod Nick
Lengworth, Cincinnati ; Joon A ficudder
and Yager, St Louij, Cloudy nnd cool.
Louisville, February 7. Klver falling
with H feet 11 inches In canal, and 0 (net
11 itichos in Indian Fans. Arrived l'at
Kogers, Memphis; I'arogon, Cincinnati.
Doparlul l'at Itogors, Cincinnati; Mary
Houston and Paragon, NowOrloans,
Nashville. February 7. IUver on a
stand; 11 feot 8 Inches 011 Hhoals. Wcath.
ar, cloudy and cool. Arrived C ke,
Phducnh, Sllvorthnrn, Evansvllle. lie
parted Cooko, Puducah Sllvorthorn,
F.vansvlllo, llransfuril, Croon and Storm
No .'! upper Cumberland.
Memimiic, Ful nry 7. Flour dull
aud unchanged. V. heat unchanged. Corn
moal activo nt 8 00. Corn, demand act
ive anil advanced to 7SrTf)7fl. Oats dull
and unchanged. Hay dull. Hrantlrmat
18 SO, Hulk meats quiet, dull and un
changed. Lar I unchanged.
New Oklkanc, Fobruary 7. Corn
quiet, whito 70; yellow CH9U. Bran dull
and lower 05. Hay liborul supply and
dull, prima 10 0018 00 choice 22 00.
Ilacon tlrmor 7J(jUJ, 10. Whisky Armor,
Louisiana 1 01; Cincinnati 1 oi. Corn
meal scarco and llrnur .1 60:i CO, Cot
ton activo aud prices stilTer. Othor quo
CiNciNKATi, Fobruary 7. Flour dull
and quiet. Wheat dull, 1 45t 50. Corn
quint, G082. Oats steady, 455l ityo
scarco and firm, 05. Barloy dull mkJ
diojpltp, 1 "el 30. I.urJ oil domarid
active and advanced, oxtra, b rrt(ja . Forgi
steady, 111. Butter and chctse tlrrn. i'or'k
dull and nominal. Lard quiet, steam 0,
kettls Bulk meats dull and droop
ing, Hhotilders 5jf7?yC spot, ti buyer Febru
ary, 0J buyer ilrit ball tho month and
May 7;; clear 8RJ. Bacon quiet and
firmer, shoulders i(Ti 8J, clear 9.
St. Lottia, February 7. Flour fall
stock Under 0 DO scarce and wanted, other
brands plenty, dull nnd unchanged.
Wheat spring dull and lowor, No 'J I 51;
fall list No 3 rod oll'ored at 1 4i); I 41! bid;
No 2 offered nt 1 70 cash. Corn dull,
lower and unsettled, sales Kansas sprlin'
1 oaftl M. Kyo lino 85(3,80, Fork uu'
changed. Dry suit moat (Inner, loom
country shoulders f.J; clear sides 7j(8;
hams l.'l lbs average delivered packed
lots cent higher. Uncoil quint, Hhoulder
7(7?)7M clear rib P9; clear HjiTTUg; or
dor lots hams 12fu)14. Lard quiet and un
changed, primo steam 8, hlsky steu ly
and Crm '."!,
CincAdo, Fobruitry 7.- Flour dull and
unchanged. Wln'at stead v, No 1 spring
1 21; No -1 spring 1 ii 1 4 cash; 1
March; 1 'JO April; No :t spring 1 10.
Corn quint and weak, No 2 mixed frit
cash; ful March. Oats steadv, No a -II;
cash; M March. Kyo tlrrn," Xo 'J frc-h
H'.'JfjsO. llarloy quiot, weak and lower,
No 2 fresh 1 TOf.cjl "r No :i 1 (,r,,
AVhlpky firm 1)0. Pork dull and nominal
nll4 'iOSt I IScaih; 14 f.UU 55 March.
La ril quiet and weak, cash nominal 0);
March easy f J; April uctivn l). Hulk
tnents steady, shouldors 5J; S 11 7J; H 1!
7 loose spot.
Ii. MAXWKliL & CO.,
.Manufacturer nnd Dealers In
Al-o Agents mr tlio
UJ3L12H RATED GLOJ5W
No. 7I!, Norlh .Vlalnc Street.
.St. LfiuN, .Mo.
Tho only reliable Gift Distribution in tbo
IN VALUABLE GIFTS!
To bo distributed in
ICollI ISKOL'I.AK monthly
To bo drawn Monday ,;!'cluunry 'JM, 137 1.
TWO OUAND CAPITALS OF
Two Prixos 1.1,000 each in Greenbacks I
Five Prizes 600 each in Ortenbacks 1
Ton Prize 100 each in Grcenbticka I
1 llorto and Jiujftry, wltu MliCMuountcd
hinien, worth icw.
1 llnc-toscl Itosewoed I'isnn, nrlh ?.'i.vi.
10 Family Sewing Machines, worth 6100
Five Hold watches and chain!", worth
Five (ioid American buntion watchc. worth
T.:n Ladles (ioid Hunting worth 5100 each !
.WW) Oolil ami .silver l.uur limiting watchu
,. . 0 worth Irom it to $J0O each,
'old chain-, Silver-ware, Jewelry, oto., etc.
NL'Mitnit of Circa 7,.Vi0. Tickkts li.m-
KTKD 70 7fl,000.
AGKNTS AVANTK1) TO SKI.I, TICKETS
whom liberal premiums will bo paid.
Si.N-ni.n TicLKTri 31; six Tickets 'i
I'WKLVJ; TlCKKTri ?10- '1 W j:.vi y.j JVC
Circunrs containing a nm list or prlet,
u description ol the manner ordrawir.j, and
other information in icl'crreiico to tho dis
tribution, will bo sent to auy ono ordering
them. All letters must bo addrnhsud tu
MAIN OI'KICK, L. D. SINK, llox
101 V. Filth St. CINCINNATI. O.
C. IST. 1L U G H K S ,
Ohio i.ovco, over .Matlnus &
ttSFXone lul FiriUVlant Cuiiiyunie
SAKFOHD, MOJUUH & UAMDEK,
7H OHIO tinv,
CITY KA'I loNAL HANK llWII.IUNil
OA I no, ILLS,
The oldoxt cstulilUded Agi'noy In Southern
llllnoiti, represonting over
(jo.iifliiiOoi) no i
r( tho lies. IiiMirann Uapltal M the
A II, LI AM H.ts.MITII, .M. D.
ni;sU)n;'i:-No.i!l, Thirteenth street,
between ashliiKtor.,.aTomio and Wuluut
street, Olllcc lU'J c,, .meicl.il anuo,tip
1 1 1 1 .n
Jobbers and Retailers of
Clmniioals P.-iloiit lodiciiuM, J'orlunicrv, .Soaps, JJnislios,
Toilott Ai'tiek's, J)nifriri.sts Fancv (lo'ods, Collier Wliiti
Load and Other Cirades, Joints, ' Colors, Oils. Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tube Colors, Ove
Slutls, Kte., Ktc, Kte.
i,.,!rlrUl,',nrpol",r,."!e aL"' "r'',r) "-om D.uMs, l'hy,loi.,n and (Jcn.-r.il Slous
WHOLKSALK & RETAIL, RKTAIL 5: rHEiCHII'TIOsN'.
TI Ohio Lei it, U'lislihi-loii ,vo. ror. Kiirlilh St.
HIVE HVIUJI' AND TOU;
Dr. Cox's Illvo (troup) .Syrup has been
knowi. ami u-cil liy thi- u-edical piori.i.oii
oter 100 vcats, and us .1 remedy lor Cold
and CoiiKhx ha an older and bettor rep na
tion llinnaiiy other Colitis m-duliie hit
olltrtd to Iho public. It Is Known as tho
Compound Sjrup i SiUllU, and a rorniula
may li Intind in i-very mcOlc.il ili-nerivitory.
I r. Itsnnoiu'i Iihn syrup and I olu, In ad
illtlon to th fnuredletitx lor Cox'n Hive
Srriln. inntnln It itni, ..1 f'..t. .i..a.i..
ol nkutiK CahbaA Itoot and l.nbulla, a mm- 1
uui.ii.uii nut iiiiim ciiiiikv.'iiii 11 toi'tvry oni'
a. a Mipcrlnr remedy lor I'rron. Wlioopim;
:ouli, A.tbnia, Hronchlti-. coucba and
Cold-, Indeed lor all allectloni ol the Throat
and l.uiijrs wiicn a mulj inediclne !
'Ilil-i syrup Is carefully prepared tinder
the personal direction ol a rcctilar 1'hri.l.
i-i.in ol over twenty ycarx' practice. vhoo
Iinture is attach
ii-ii in 111
ie directions on
It la.te U Mry
11V.. If. '
plca-ant and children
j;-.cry Imnlly !ioii'd n-i It a rrady
rcuiedy for Cioupi and CohN, etc., amonc
I. IIa.vsiim. son a- i'ii., I'l-.ij.i'., Hud'ato,
Ml. J. R. MILLKH'S
This medicine may with propriety lie
called an "I'nher'al llemcdi-," a It l fa-t
ktiperfediiig all other as n" general lauiily
medlclnn. It curl's, an If l,v M Wi.NLi It
INFI.I'IJNXK, Nsiinilirla anil ell pain, and l
thereloro very properly tinned 'Olngnctlc
Halts." It I-purely a WKCtablo prpparatlan.
Ilfaanrn criual a", a remedy for Cholera,
Cholera .Morbu, I)larrhii'i,I)yseiitarr,'.'Jllc
and all Howcl ('oinplalut.
1U timely nm will cure Cold-, Croup,
Diphtheria, Julu;iy, and all Throat ;dt.
W'liiMi nrntmrlv iici.it. V.t'.r .it.,1 A.n.A .!
other coiniliints incident to our western
and t-outhern i'lliiialei,nro ca.lly broken up
Ncrvoui I'aln, Mck-IIuadai'lie, and Hheii
mathni nro cured by tlds medicine when ail
others havo failed. Touthar.j, Karaclip,
lluni", Chllbtalni and lirul-ei aro relletcd
at onco by I'- tis.
The (,'eiiiiniu hai 1). limi.om .V Co.'- prl
vali liovi'iiuu .Stamp on iho out-tdi-,aiid Dr.
.1. 11. .Millers Ma'iiutli: llalm blown lu the
Kxauilno clo-cly and buv iioim but the
Sold by all DrussfiM". l'rlcc :!."i cmti per
I). I!an-(jM, -on .VCo., I'l'oprV, Illillalo,
-V .Ian. li-Mv-tit.
TOA?fi4 LEiWN, ETC.,
for riavorlno loo Cream, Cakeo &, Pastry.
With crcat rare, by it nm process, wo
struct from tlio frtio, nclect Fruits imd
AtoiiiiitlcH, each churactcriatic lltt"ir nui'
producu "Flacoringa of rare excellence.
Of great strength and jierfect purity,
So poitonoua oiti. Kcery Jlaeor as rep
renntett, A'o deceit ruck bottle full
mraaure, hoUllny one-half moro than
others purporting to hold same quantity.
Line them once, will -use no other, Tht
most delicate, delicioun jlavar eeermade.
Ho mipcilor to thu cheap extracts. Aiilf
for Dr. I'rico'H Special Vhvoiluira. Man
utucturi'd only by
Inputs, CHICAGO ami HT. J.OCI3
Manufac.tur,ruf Dr. Price's CV.um
K. M. STOUKFJiHTII,
llectliicr sua Wholcsalo Dealer In
FOUKK13I A MS IHSMT.H It)
LIQUORS AND WINES
HO. G'2 OHIO l.KV'EK,
nm w oil
iUh OitA.vi) Out -Coxckht
Kor the benefit of the
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
OVHUA MILLION' IS BANK.
Success Assured !
A Kl I.I. DKAWI.N'O CiatTAIN
ON TUESDAYlstof MARCH NEXT.
IN order to meet the i;eurral wish and
expectation or the public an-i ticket hold.
cr for thu lull payment of Jl.c mignlilcent
zllt-., annoi need for Iho Fourth Orand Oin
v'oiiLctt ol tho Public Library of Kentucky,
.lie mmsxemrul luvu dctcriuined to pot
piine the Concert and Druwtotr until
TDK.SDAV. tho .list .,f larah 1B74.
They lave already realized
0'KR A MILLION DOLLAKH
And Imvo a great mam aijtnU yt to her
.No douht l cnts-rtalned of the sale nt
nwi-y ticket bffore tho drawltiL'. but
whether all are soVnr not the drawfntf will
poUtl vely and uncaui in ally take place on
tho day now lived, and 11 unv n uulti un.
old ilicy will tie canvelled and tho prices
will bo reduced hi proportion to the unsold
Only il),(C0 tickets baMi l.i-oni.Mied, and
12 OOO GA8H OIPTS:
will 1,0 ilMrlliuted amonL' tec ticket hold-cri-.
Tho tickets arc printed' In roupou ol
.ntiw, and all Iractlonal purtn will bo reprr
icnted lu the drawing ji.t as whole ticket
are. mat or aim.
Cft'h C lit.
Cauli (lift .
. UK) (Ks)
. N) Off)
. n ow
. IT 500
. loo ISSI
. KiU 000
. ,V) last
. 40 OOO
. 10 OOO
. 45 OOO
. DO 000
. :ri ro
. fiVO OOO
oifH sin.t'O'.i piii-iV
(illlu fi.000 each. ,
1 OOO each .
100 each .
'V 0 each .
iCH) each .
f.0 each .
Total, l'.'.OCO Olfts all Cmh, amount-
J"So Sl MX) 0
I he chance- lor a tilltnre ai onu to live.
. .... vi 1 ii ivr.in.
w nolo tickets ft) in)
Halves ...... -J.") 00
TcntliH, or r:ieh coupon fi (10
1 1 Wliolo ticket for - - - .',00 On
1SI1 Tickets for .... i,ou) 0J
. 11,1 i, iiuiu ucM'ti lor . . ti (KM, 00
I '.'7 Wliole tickets lor . . 10,000 on
1 Jso discount on Icai than cfio) worth ol
I 'I'll ii Fourth fllft Minwo will 1.1. in.in., 1.., 1
In nil respect", like the Ihrco that have al
ready been trhcu, and lull partlciiluin may
bo learned Irom circulars which will lie ssiu
Ircu Irom thh otllco to nil who apply for
Orduis for tickets and applications lor
nscuclca will bo attended to iutho older
they aro received, and It ii hoped they will
bp Kent In promptly, that theru mav ho uo
dl"iipolntniuiit nr delay In nlllnx all Lib.
i"-.i' terms aru trlton to those who buy to ncil
aKjiu. All aijeiitH are prciuptorlally re-
muiiuu iu ruiuu up uicir nccountH aim 10
turn all untold ticket by tho 2m h day of
I II .!. P I I I Ul !
1 Atent I'ubll. '
: (lilt Conceit,
-n. I'., iiltA.il 1.1. I IK.
1 ti 1 . Ky., ami Manager ol
1 - Library bnildinc,
Centiiur l.iiiinieu .
k The xreat discovery or tho
S ge. Thero Is no pain which
CVSf" thu Centaur l.lnluient will not
Ktcv rt l,"vci " s-welllnir which 11
' TO will tl.lf Ullliiliu. ntwl nn l.inf..
nes which It will not cuie
l liiii I Mrotic lansnace. hut
11 I- l..l.. lila .... I......I..... .
lUHVptS tho reclpo lit inlnti'd iirnund
each bui tlo. A circular containing citUIU
.ntc of wondertul oureit ot rheumatism
neuralgia, louk-Jaw, sprninit, .swellings,
liurns, bcaldx, cakotbhrcatits, poit,ouniii
'jltcu, frozen loot, iconic uiltrhouin, oar-ache
.Vn,, nnd tho reclpo ol tho Liniment will be
tint gratis to an) one It in tho inoxt won.
(Icrful hualini; and pain rellovinir went the
worM ha overproduced. Knells 11 no ar
tldo ohm-before did sell, and It soils becaumi
it docs Just what It pretends to do. One hot
tlo of the Centaur Liniment (or animals
(yellow wrapper) la worth a hundreit dot
litrlor bpavliiod, htralnnd or Railed horse
and iniiloji, and for hcrow-worni in dhoep,
No family or btocl.-owncr can alford to ho
without Coiitaur I.iniuieiit. Trice, rn rents;
ucgr bottlox, 91. '. H. Itoeo A- Co., M
llruadwny, civ York.
..(',ASTi?.1!1A. '? m.oru ,un R ""bstltuto lor
cajtor Oil. It Is thu only sakk urtlclo lu
existence which Is miro to regulate tho bow.
rls, euro wlndcollo und produce natural
sleep. Itlspleasanttotakii. Childronneod
uot cry and uiothcrs tu y ejgcp, lj-j