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JFf. Davm hat
gono to "Kuropo for
THXWOwan of Van, Illinois, are. about
Aotagtn a cittsade ic'nU the taloona uf
Uattowa, after tbo manner of their Ohio
l'lit court of lnnuiry tn the case of
.Howard, it U telievod will consist of
itAVT. Sherman, Licut.-O.m. Sberi-
tau, MaJ-Gen. McDowell, and llrlg.-Gen.
l'age tod Meigs.
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, JKiJJN-AToii JUiTinso.v, of New
Ma'safthlre, Ii In Wdihingtun city lor the
iiYpM of Inducing tho Son ale, U pol
M,V rMpn the eikintnation of b(i con
liw&a IU tbe Credit .Mobiliar. Uo
if:Wnr let tail ce reit who'tn H It.
fl-kWtigHion dcttrojed bout sll tho
ifMiMion'b bad. It Is bard tn toll
ttkmhaoiber one would leave bim.
'WkoLK-aLk rudi in the lcJun lJu
kaa centlv boon dicovrea in
Miti!nalton. It looms that tho govern
inaatbai bean i.rovIdio.T for nearly three
'limit as manv Indian at are In actual
UUaea oa the frontiers. l'r initance,
Vbi Indiana between tbe Hooky inountalni
aadiba Sierra Nevada, put down in tbo
leal report of tho cominliaioucr of Indi
an affairs as numbering noarly twenty
sevto thousand actually number
" but ten thousand. Whether tbo fault
should be laid nt tho door of tho Indian
.oBceri In.Araibingtion, or the den-ption
fcttboen practiced by tho Indian A'anti,
.iiM not appear.
Sown of tie Uoimaii citizens cf Chi
cago have formed an aeiociatlou thoobjret
of which, Ii to be tbe (jrowliif; cf till; in
the United h'tatc?. It has Io been
thought that the cUm.ito cf sumo of tbe
Southern States was well adapted to tho
euJtaraof tbe ellk worm. The Chicago
association havo chosen Miiilcippl as tho
location lor tbeir eilk growing untcrpriae,
and have secured one thousand acres of
laod in Lauderdale county. Tho society
will be co-oiioratlvo and will number
about fifty members. Ksch member will
i-otitrlbute two hundred u.id llfty dollars
U .the cointron fund, ami will receive
i twenty acres of land, five of which will
' , anart tnr nillnin of tho nJ.r-
'will be started on tho 25th of March.
Cvakitv to the mflerini; poor in New
Xotk means, accordica; to soino very
ubaritatile people, help to all tho needy
aicept the Irish. If a starving mau,
woman or child has the misfortune to be n
aatlve ot tho Knierald Iile, liU petition
go) for nothing bo may at well etarvo
ijuletly without making au ado about it.
The followiog was the answer of tho ce
retarj sf the relief committee of tbo
Yoaog Meu' Chrittlan A locution of
Hew "York city to Tnet for r11 lor
some dettiluto lrlili families ;
If us. Pxukt: It ii perfectly uteless to
Mad any Irish to mo. I will not do ono
fartbinu'a worth lor them, either in tbo
way of work or charity, custom or pit
renege, or anything ole. I Liclioro 1 ve
had four or tlvo lllburnian applicants
tricking notos and invarlal.ly cent them
off as they came. Am very happy to re
lieve the wants of ducent huuikU boingi,
but nelthor term applies to Uio parties,
nd any of my friendi can tell you what
utter wasto of ttmn it la to send tham to
we. Auy nation on earth but that one,
you suay direct to me. and if you can tin-
iwer for tbelr need and worth, 1 shall be
glad to lend you a helping; baud; but not
Mother mau, woman or child
Or quadrupni bearing that Mirup
please. I don't wish to tin anno)cd looL
lag at tbem or lUio&lng to their brogue,
and I oertalnly have novor Loom and shall
uever be among Americans wdo are pay
iLga premium on vlco, crime, tmupjriini,
and KrOtaaniim in tbe community by em
ploying, dealing with, and r.tiltting tbo
Irish. Yours, happy to seu any one ole,
Tbe writer of ihls letter is des:ritx'd as
" Middle-aged lady, with gray uyea and a
pleasant amlle, and hardly ono in whom
prejudice could bo expected,'' However
.thle may ba, the publication of her loiter
baa made her farnoua, though it eaunot b
aald with an unenviable fame,
ItltlGIIAM. YOUNO Oil WILLIAM
X qdeer story coroei acroti tbe water
Irom tbe town of Elockton, Kngland.
The hero of the story, or tupposed hero, li
none other than Urigbam Young, and as
usual there Is a woman n tbe esse. Sho
ii neither young nor hanJtome, but ii
eighty years of age, and claims to ht tho
first and only lawful wife of tbo Mormon
prophot. Hhe says that on the Twenty
leventh or February, Ufty-four
year so, abe was married to YillIam
Brlr bim. a cooper by trade and the Ille
gitimate son of a man named Young, his
mother's toame being Mary Jirigbam. He
became the fatter of nine children, and
when thirty-four years of age, became a
tailor. A certain proportion of tbu wagri
' airrjedJaMibU occupation was paid over to
hit wile, sun was uucouunuei, now,
mver, aid Mrs. lirlgharn wai thrown up
n the pariah. Upon her huiband'i ro
DDMrance, sometime after, be wai pre
seated with a elalm of ton pounds by tbe
parish authorities for tlio maintenance of
hit wife. He refuied to pay it, dliappoar-
4d aad'waa nerer heard of after,
It bM recently traniplred that tbero is
ototilya poislblllty, but a probability
thaU YTiUitm Drlgbam, the husband of
Mr, Brlabarn, and Urjghntn Young, the
Mormon prophet and "president of tho
I tho world," Ii uno and Ibo tame mrson.
Mrs. Ilflgbtm, who li an InuiMt or the
Stockton almshouse, m i,.iuctlin aince
Inform ih.t.:n who V,,.W llrlC
oung had stated that ho bad v.orko
v.Uhlilmut ii vconor in Lcndnn. Thll i
unit ihn tint ii.ti ii... r ,,ii.,t ihn !
imioo of far buibtnil, t!Sbn, thM J
, v . i i f n . k . .. i i i
of cunj;, hl f.lhor. firA oxolted her ui-
picion inni ne wm nor niltUAnii. uiucr
ctrcnmil&nco! tnko tbo fiupiclon not nit I
unreasonable on. A ;;rcnt klmlUrlty of
penonnl eppearanco between tlio mon,
raiklo; nllownned for tho rlmna.es Umo
would male, h sitid to
exlit; & picture of tho ptophotr
tliown to Mri.'llriguom'i oldo.l Juugliter,
wat rccognlujd by bur ni n potlrAlt of her
fsthor. Mri, nrlubain iloi-f not ioret
that n molo hai licjn tlio moans of Iden
tifying many long lot parioin.Miid tiillrnn
that bor liuibnnd h:.d n lurgo inolo on otio
of l.U ihouldor, and alio Hint tbo night of
ono of )ii. oyc wat very defective. It
would not bo k JllUcult tuatlur to discover
wlii'thnr the prophet has ono bad eye; but
undor all tho elrcunJiUnce, it U vcrylnw
probiiblo, that hu will illKiiver tho mole
If bo bnt ono on bis iliouliler, ami to !
proved to bo the bn-'iand of w vvumstn
who I supported by charity in an hog
ill'.. 1KSCOHF. S 111 hi..
Hi'iiiMiriiii.iii Ki'tiruary Mr. In
core hat bill in projjruM through the i
ly built Cairo and at. liouli narrongsiit;o '
road. The i:ountiet along tbo line ol lliHt
road have extended the time allowed for
its completion to July 1, and if it !"J II n- 1
iiiied tiy mat title, tlio rona iiiau rcceiv..
tho subscriptions voted to It. it will bo
enen that the hill given below will main,
this cMcnsion of limo cf iv uviil If it be
paaicd. It may be remarked that Mr.
Inii'ore comes from Ann, on or near tliu
llllnola Central. Tho bill is as follow:
SKcnoxl. llo It enacted by the pio
pie of tho itato of Illinois, represented in
tho general asiembly, tlut in all cmb
wbero donation havo buuii voted to any
railroad company or corporation, or
where thero hut been a tub?riptlo:i for
itoclt in any railroad company it corpo
ration, by any city or county in this state,
by a vote cf tho 'cltizons thornof, nt an
election bld tor that purpotn, under r ny
general or spwial luw of thlf statu, prior
to tho eighth day of August, A. I). in;u,
for tho purpose ol securing tha location
or conatruetiou of ttich railroad throuijh
such city or county, conditioned tb.i'. tlio
bonds to be ii.ucil to secure f ucli donation
or subfcription should badelivorcd to such
railroad company or corporation when
they shall have complied v;lth tha condi
tions on wli'i'.h inch lunation
rr subscription wai voted, by
completing their railroad through
sneli ciiy or county or when a stated
amount of work thall havo been done on
inch railroad shall havo been done on
such railroad, if audi railroad shall not
li'ivo been completed or inch amount of
work dono tboreon as to entitle such com
pany or corporation to tho donation or
inscription ao voted, on or beforo tho
first day of March, A. 1). 187J all sub
f rii;tm"n for IIia atnnfc -oll nforcrnij
be delivered "to sfich company or rorpom
liun without thn consent of tbe city or
(.ounly voting the aanie, to bn ilotgrrolned
by u uiojority of tbe votes of uch city or
county nt an election to bo held for that
fcKO. In all casoi wharo tho bonds to
be iiaued for tbo purposo aforesaid bavo
been preparoil by tho authoritits of tho
city or county voting tho same, and plau-
nd in the band? of tho truste.i or other
jieisyn, w i'u unnorai n ucu riiuroHU
company or corporntion when tiich rail
road company or corporation shall havo
complied with tho conditions' on which
such donation or subscription v,m voted,
null trustee or other pgrxon holding Mich
boudi shall deliver tbo tame to tho city
council of the city, or to the board of eu
potvUors or county cammUtioncri of tho
county voting the dume, and audi bonds
ill s. 11 bo thuro li t lil uiul retained until after
tbo hulling ol the election hereinafter
Skc. 3. When tho bonds shall bnvo
been delivered to tho :ity council of tha
city, or to tho board of fuporvliors or
county nosrd of the county, in aecordanco
with the nruviiioua of lection two of this
nit, tbn city council, board of supervisors
or county board shall imiuedlalulv order
an election, to bu bald Rt tha usual voting
placpi of euch city or county, giving no
tices in tbo anmo manner and ior tbo
aamu length o( time a' is by luw rcpilro.!
lu general election., for county olllcju;
sii.'li electioua to bo conducted in the tame
Milliner in which general election aro
rondilJlrd under tho laws of thll SUte:
Provided that no rugistrntion of votura
shall bu rt'ipiired at such an election.
fiu. 1. Tlio voto at tho elo-tion herein
provided lor ahull bo by ballot, on which
ballots thall bo written or printed with
tbo words thereon "For tbo delivery of
bond,' "Against the delivery of bonds."
and if s majority of the legal voters of
said county or city (.taking as the standard
tho number of votes cost nt tho lust gen
eral election previous to tbo vote had upon
the rpiucllou of tiio dollvory of such bonds
under ibis act, for county ofSccrs. aball
voto for tho delivory ol aueh bonds to
such railroad company or corporation,
nidi bonds f hall bo didlvored on the com
pliance by such railroad company or cor
poration with tbo conditions on which tbe
laud wore originally voted.
,Sr. r, If a majority of tho votes shall
not he fur tha delivery of such bnndn. tbo
city council, board of supervisors or coun
ty board, ns thecaso inav be. shall nublhlr
de'lrov inch bonds.
Whereas, the people of this Unto aro
already suffering under heavy taxation;
and whoreas it la necessary and dcslrAble
tnat ttioy nave as speedy reiiei at possible
from unjust burdens; therefore, an emerg
ency Is declare 1 to exist, and this act shall
take oil'bct and be In force from and after
Tho wind It governed by atmospheric
changei nnd coal-ashus. W o don't know
positively which has tho grenter inlluenee,
but wo aro lectin. d to stake all on ocal-
ushfk. e do not believe that all tho a'
inoipbcre about lu can control tbe wind
to the degree that ono bod of rnal-asbes
can whon passing through r. tlovo in the
hinds of a man who baa gut bit best suit
of clothes on. Wo remember an occasion,
when tho wind was blowing direct from
tbe west, and hid been blowing from that
direction all day, and bid fair to blow
straight trgm that direction nt long
as there was auy direction lell,
that a man (wbcro name wo
hoel not uieutlon), dressed in bis belt
suit of clothe), and with pomade on bis
hair, stood on the weat aide of a sieve of
roil ashes and undertook to screen tbem,
"We remember, too, and wo romember
with a vividness tbat li jn'ite remark-
.1,.. v..i.. rn.i..l tUi stave I
I abbi-that when Imbud yyt feted that sieve
"""a yl'."u ''I "I1
vi filer n i;ie veereu
tlll. turh fttlftllint
Tnm..ttim i!itL1,rofA Im oould uake u
tlri;lutiove to save hltnstif, hfl bad die
BPpoArcd-Sundny clothe, pomado and
tt.otj!ni.rv vtUuczmn. mcc-ine and
i oiil'IiIii' over liuixrd in tbst m igbliorliPOil.
On.. in lull of cuaI aiui'i with tht nrr-
tor drcied for obuMlyhji teen Known
l" chiiDaa tho wind to lliitly-two poltiU ol
burgh there whi . gool do.l Of icandal
Mid nonlpj ovary ono'a cbnractor and
conduct worn iroely critlcltcd, nd by
nono ir.oro than ly my aunt nnd her
I'rieml. Hlui uied to alt nt a window cm
broldorln', wlioro ho could not only
im ovory ono that paued, but with a
mnnll telo;copn " colli t look Into tbo
drt.ninK ruoni.uf a lady 'of her acquaint
aftce, hlid watch nit hn did. A fpirnter
ln.lv of l'doI amllv. n cousin of outwear-
rlc.J her gossip to far that.jho v,m tried
for jHfuinatiou. anil conueiiinu to a
tiiniith f Initirlinninetil. which ithe nclimlly
underwent in tho Tolbouth. tjho win let
out luit befora tho Line's birthday, to eel
e1rtn whicb, bc'idot the (tuna llrcJ ut tbo
ctlti, tlm boys lt off icjuiln nd
rrncler In nil the street. As tho ludy
in iijeatlon m wiilkmK up UIrIi itreot,
aonin Uds In a narrow itreV or yard llroil
fc,Bnnon, iiml ono ol the h!uu with which
It was loaded bit bor in tho loo'ilh and
wounded her toiieue. This ruiied a uni
versul lau(h. and im onn enj vcd ittnoto
than my unclo William, who iiHiiKva tins
.ouiHWtiRt mufculine woman. ' Mrt. Soni.
morvl lo Autobiography,
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Expressly for the Bulletin,
Oni'LOlMIMii: AfjClDK.NT A'l'rilA.V
T1I.M I'KI! AXCK KXriTI'-M F.ST
ri(;irr with indiaxs xkau fout
tl'imliingloii, D. ('.
AVA-iUiM.ro., Vebruary 111, Tlio Wen
uti. committee or. military atl'iilrs thW
morning dit-etDrcd tho bill recently Intro
duced by Logan mnking il obligatory on
tbe president to retlroolticcra of tbo army
and tbo marine corps when they shall
havo rendered -10 year? service or shall
havo ultalnod the ago of CJ, except gen
eral) and lieutenant genoraU of tho ntniy.
A disposition wax manifested to agrco to
tho bill without amendment, maklnt; tbe
The cabinet sesaion to-day vi abort.
"Washington, Tcbruerj 10. -Tim chair
nnnouuerd na tbo meuiber of the commit
tou to invo'llgate into tho manngemunt of
tho government oi tno lmtriclol Lolum
1 .,'ur lnw' tr. iv,nt ,',o,t(uU
aists of Ciir.twell, 'i'hurinun and
Tlio morning hour having expired, Ibo
Henat'i resumed considerations of the
tumurunt bill, ponding the nmeudi)ic-ut be
lug that of Merrimati, glviug' to atnto
courts tho samo favor ns federal courts in
oxocuting the bankrupt law, .which was
Jtr. Antnony presented a petition of
the citizens of Khode Island who ronro
tent tho national Imnlcs, Drotestlnr!aL'fl.itiat
niiy legislation to diminish tho volumo of
curroney ti-aigncu to mat state. Ht.
Mr. West lirosonted it memorial of tin.
Nuv Orleans chamber of commerce, ink
ing lor an impropriation io ro-opon the
mint at New Orleans, Ilefrrel.
Mr, (lordon Introduced a bill to relievo
tbu political disabilities of lliphael
tilnimes of Alabama. Jlofurred..
Mr. llayard submitted a reiolution re
questing i'lie pretident to tranmit to the
nonai'i mu iniorniaiiou can iu lor in Hie
resolution on March Ut, 1K73, ns to wheth
er any othVer of th.i I oiled .Statm Army
on duty in South Carolina used ell'orts to
procure legislation in that State to com
peneatu bim for services rendered by him
in time of duly, nnd tyhather i..eh ollicor
was admitted to tho bsr In tint State and
practiced his profcttion while holding ft
commission at nn ollloer. Laid ovor.
Mr. Stewart subuiittod n resolution ru
ijusatinij: tho secretary of tho trnaeury to
inform tbo Sonata who', timo will bo re
quired, after Ibo resumption of spocio
payment tn onHblo tlio mints of tbe United
States to manufacture enough silver coin
to replace fractional currency. Agreed
Ingalls introdiavd a bill dirrctlng tlio
secretary of tbo interior to appoint a com
missioner to locate nnd open a ros.l for
military, postal and commercial pur
poses, ucro's Indian Territory, from the
mouth of tho Main Choobo river in Texas,
via Fort Cobb, Fort Sill, and Waehltn
agency, to tho mouth of tho YTulnut rlvor
Mr. (jnrdon Introduced a bill granting
to tho Atlantic and Great Western Cauill
company curion-y ii. tcf to tno extent of
?3i,0f0 per mllo tor each section of ton
miles of canal that shall l accepted, pro
vidodjthat the compacy'i first mortgage.
10 year bonds to an iqml ninouut, shall
hr.vo prviously been deposited with
tho United States treasury as security ol
the govornmont. The currency io issued
is to bo redeemed by tho company's pay
ing annually intore?t Intn the tresaury
lu aiima not es than six per tont. of tho
loin amount Issued. I'laced on tho calen
dar. Mr. .lonrs lntroluce4 a bill aulhoriilric
coinage of 30 cent silver pieces. It pro
poses to make tbem a lep.al tender nt
their nominal value for all amounts not
excco'IlngG dollars. Jlot'errod.
ToI'cka, February 10 Tho Ilauee of
representatives to-day passed n reiolution
requesting tho county attorney to talso
steps for bringing Ex-Senator Votneroy
to trial. Tbo vote on tbu rifolutiuu was
67 to 10, The H.jnatn (pent the day in
corninlttos of tbe whole on bills on culsn-dar.
Nnv UiiUanu. lebruary lO.T-'Ibefo
. sBrj T - . 4L W'
uto a. tivo; propMatiohJ for the j-atnmj,
joint; "ft?? fl r
"Ulcliiiioml, Ya- . .
Uu'iiMoNP, rbrimry 10. Henry, tbo
defalllni; clerk In tho Internal tevenuo of-IK-J,
lias been nrreflcd and uver fn,0()0
, .Mcmplil". ,
Msmj'iih, J'ebruarv 10 'i'lio tnMro.
Ion by fir.to.d.iy will not exceed llvo or
lis IhuUiaud dolors; fully eovortd by in-
; jXnv YorS, X. Y.' h
Nil YiiRic, February la-rThe hlrd
annual meeting pf. Amerieau llshcullur
ills began to-dny. 'J'horo is a fair attend
ance and much interest was taken in pa
UALiivioiir. . J'obruarv Id. tloo. M.
Cnrsoii, T. 8. ciuloii huuio iiipcotor, on
trial lor tho murdur of '.'has. C. Croon in
Augusl'laM wai convicted of miirialHugh
ter and was lentenol to two years, nil
Tokojjto, Kubruary 10 Tho Olobo lias
rtceivod tha following dispatch;
Vnronn, llrlllsh Columbia, Feb..f.
Tho Minltlrv trial to force tbn alteration
in the laws of tho Conledurntlon through
tho Homo last night. Tho pooplo de
mandod a subiinsii.in of the ijuestion to
them ami the Minlitry roluted, whereupon
tun people, niimncring cnetiiousaiid, pro
ceoded to tbn llouto and broke up tbo
silting. Tim most inlouae excitement
prevails and a aoccsiion ia threatoim I. At
two o'clock to-morrow tbo roople will
march to the Assembly nnd demand adis
solution of tbo House.
ins TL'imnN'i r. i:i'ti itsu.sr.
Uli'Ler, O., rebruary lu. Tho work
li nbout closed in town and the ladles have
been visiting the suburban saloons with
pretty good success, though they don't feel
as much eonlidenro in tbo nroiuiaes made
thorn, and continue tho work until the
Iru'its m.jot repontaneo. Since tlio tratllu
has boon subdued in town, it is found tbat
tboso who aro vory dry ieek tbe tho moro
distant .resorts, and a rrauUr train
of conveyances 1ia boon provided that
tber mav bo nt'.ondcd to in tlio sjuio spirit
as tho other. Sonin of them were very
owtinitH, Tha l.iUi-3 luvo found somo
civ: a of tad destitution, reitultlng from
tlu trnilie, which bave been generously
attended to. The physician's piedgo,
binding th'in l liretcrlno honor lu cases
only where thero is n bona tldo medical
necessity, hai boon circulated fcnd signed
by nearly all of tbo doctors. Tint mass
mooting fUU continue.
Fort LAUAittr, "Wv., Febrifary lo.
' A report coma In n't 8:30 last evening by
tbo carrior from tho l'oal: train, that about
10 miles from the fort Lieut. Kobluion
and Con'Ofal Coleman, were lurrounded
hvnhout-lo Inillani. A nrivatn named
Nolus was near by and enya tbo, last aeen
ot lloblnson ws thut ho was leaning
forward in hi saddle, and tho Indiana
wora very close, firing nt him. lloblnson
and Corporal ran toward tho mill. Ncdts
ran tows.nl the train, which was alout
f.vo mile riortliof whern the attack was
waJe: his borsu beintf hhot bu ran the
remainder. of tne diilance under flro of
tho Indians. "When in tight of tho train
tbu rmlUni left him. Uatttne Wit. tu
lV.Ui about two houra alter JtoblnaoK,)
had "loTtV '-hd-Mr. JwrM 'br lioblnnon,
(.'oleman or tho Indiana. Oapt. F.gan wns
ordered Immediately with two companies
cavalry, but nothing has yet boon hoard
from him. Tho truin arrived hero at two
p.m. to-day. Tho Indians made k raid
on a ranch ycetordiiy nino mile from
horc, and took ono horio. It ii expectnd
that a goneral raid has boon made on tbo
l.armio. Col. IJulloclc arrivod at Fetter-
uian yosterday. Ho layj bo saw a largo
party of Indians at tho upper crossings
oi inu iiorao ouoo, singing arm tiancln
what f.'.'cniod to bo a iralp ilancu.
(Jix.-Ci.SATi, l-ohrtmry 10. J he tom-
porciico inovonicnt recelvoi fresh Inpetus
from repeated tuccesies in AYaehington
A nun named l'resnlore opened a now os.
tiiblisbment last night ; immediately tho
whole moral and rolijjious power of town
turned upon him; ladio prayed hoforo his
door all day and until ten o'clock at night
during a mow storm. An immenso pio-
cession marcueu to iiecu s, wno uad en
JoIcmI tho wouion from occupying a taber-
iiaeio in irom oi ins piaco. mo womon
had assembled in tho church and Jieck,
seeing tho procession, said ho would quit.
Only ono saloon rematos and tho proprie
tor of that ono has asked until to-morrow
to consider. At lllanchostur all tho sa
loons aro closed; at Logan tlio ladles colo
brr.tod a completo victory.
Uio Lewis locturod on temperance bore
to-night in tho city ball, and was attondrd
by about 000 persons, Ono hundred and
twenly-llvo women orgnnlzod for tbe im
mediate oporutiona Hgaiutt tbo aaloone.
Ten ininisttrs made hhort speeohos, all of
them endorsini: tbn movement ox'ont
tliroo who doubted whether tha time bad
couiu for it. .1.(5. Van I'elt, lalo of tho
Now Vionna saloon niado tho onanlnir
Fran, im ii.i.e, Fobruory 10. A lorri-
ble necident occurred ubnut U milos
east of thla place whoroby ono man loal
l.iilifoand another may lose his mind,
Tho facta, or us nearly as can bo gathered,
aro that four men had (eon the track of h
deor nnd arming themselves with double
barreled shot guns started on tho morning
of tbo day mentioned, to find It. Their
names woro Thomas .Mills, 1). F. Lincoln,
u. JlurJuy anil a Dutchman wuoso nnmo
could not bo learned. Aftor coing a short
distance, llnrloy returned to tho house,
nnu was to watch tho soum suio, nnu to
como to thom if they callod. Tho otte
thrco went on. They soon camo upon tho
doer and Lincoln van tofirc, hut bis gun
mapped. Twin .Mills aald! "K.nni down,
and lot mu glvo bim a shot." Ho knolt
down and Mills fired ouo barrel, hut failed
t) bring tbn doer down, and U started on a ,
circle that brojght Lincoln directly in
llriu with THIlli", ami just as Miila pulled
thu trlgtjcr Lincoln rahod up just high
onough to got tho contents of.
ono barrol of six bueksbot lu thohead.tho
charge enturlng nt thu loft lido and hack
of tbe ear, and tearing tho wbolo front'of
Jho face In a dreadful mannor. Lincoln
ivod only about ten mini. tel. Ho wai a
single man, aged about ill years, Mills
Ii neatly crasty, and liae ben watched
ovor sinco tho (ntattropbn. Ho has trio 1
to end his life once or twice alroadv. The
wbolo thing wis Kfcldentsl, but (lid not
learn tbe particulars of tha Inqunit.
NAbiiviLLc, February 10. River li
Ing slowly with 13 foot on tbe ahoala,
Woathor clear and coel. Departed
Lawrence, Cincinnati; Shippers Own,
lmtlf 11 11, 1874,
LniKvlW Kit K)3KU Upper Cutfibsr I
land. 'A "
,Wn KsiiliftV', 1'ebjruary In. Down
ParagoudNsHcheiHUp'-Clty of Vlcks-
burg, Uobb'AScitdder, Nick Longwurth,
3am Italo'und barpes.llello of Sbreseport.
Weather rltttf and cool, llivor rising.
HkW Orlkiss, Fobruary 10. llhus,
ltodtnann, Oinoinnatl; ,lobn II Maude,
Meiuphs John Howard, Arkansas tlver.
Departed Taulino Carroll. St" l.ouli;
Cherokoe, ArLnnaaa river. Weather clear
l."Ofts'fi.l.r, rebruary 10 No arrlva's
or departures except local pscket. Klvir
about statloijary wnm loot, a.qches in
tho canal and 0 feoC il inches In Indian
chute. Huaineas unusually dull wantker
cloir and pleasant.
MstMi'liIsi. February 10. River declin-
ing steadily. AVeatbor clear and ploaaant.
Arrivod Army iiauni, uincinnau. no
parted Thompson Dean, Church, Mlu.
noola,Clnclnnatl; Capitol City,Vlckaburg;
Colorado, St. 'Louis; Legal Tender, While
rivr; Ilelie or Texas, l'ino lilutl.
CiXCiNNA'll, Fobrdary 10. lltver 17
feet 10 inches and tailing. Arrived In.
dintia and Mollie Kbcrt, Now Orleans,
Annn, Tennoaee lliver: ,ias. U. I'arker,
Me nphU; Kiparnn.M. St, Louis; Charmer,
Kvanavllle; aiall CI y, "Wheeling.' Do-
parted Fat, Jlofteri, Memphia; hsparan
za, riltsiurg; .iau uuy, nt. i.oir.s; r. r.
MiMrma, Vebruary lo, I'lour-atoaily
and uuchanired. Corn meal 3 cognS tV.
Oals ouiet f.Of 50c. Corn 7."e. Hay dull
nnd unoenngo.i. Itran slonly 18
(.'hicaoo, February 10. Flour dull
and unehuncod. Wheat dull and de
clined. No 1 spring 1 23; No li, 1 iiOJrV,
1 :l rashf 1 211 March; 1 -J6 April; No
li. 1 10. Corn opened irrm but closod dull
and lower. No x mixe.i mj casn; ful
March. OaU aten ly at 121 spot; naked
March, Jlyo, scarco and llrm; No i fresh
8if.i3. Uarloy steady, na -j. iresn 1 ,(,r
l7o; No 3, 1 &5ffil Ml. l'ork dull ami
I.werat H 'Jo fash.' II HO March; U Ct,
i,t14 CO April. Cut .meats ttcadv, ahoul
dersSlcmh; 6'5ft5 3IsrcL: o?nVl April,
"Whisky ilrm At 0C-
' CixrtN.VAit,February 10. Flo'urqutot
Wheat dull, 1 i5?l 60. Corn dull CO
C'.', Oats firm, 4Hul. Jlvo icnrco nnd
firm, Ovffil 00. Uarloy, No 2 fall, 1 70.
I tin 1T7.... . . L. .1 I ...... - I .1 .
mand, choico Sr,(7j)3j. Checo llrm. Pro
visions, opened dull, closed with an im
proved feeling pork dull and nominal
15 iiJg'lo 03 ; lard dull and unsettled,
more tollers than buyers, eteaoi 1', keltlo
0 1-10; bulk tnoata easy, tales shoulders
6J; clear rib 7 J; clear Jf" lo.Wc baciits quiet
and steady, fhoulders 7; clear rib 8'j i
e ear "NV'hieky rcarc.i and firm, 9U.
St. Lotus, Fobruary 10 Hemp un
changed. Vlour, good inquiry for brands
from ""i other grades dull, "Wheat
very dull, No 2 spring 1 2'Jj,l 14 it No.
.VTod fell H3(J,jl !('; No 'J. 1 60(a,l 01.
Corn inactive and lower, No" mixed 01
(J-OUc, llvrloy, chcice, in demand and
iTrm." Jlyo sleadyand firm, No 'J H7(7;i03.
Fork unchanged, green meats lower,
shoulder Die, clear rib 7 jc; halves 8;
dry salt dull and loose, shoulder's 6'e; clear
rib "i; clear Sc. IJacon easier for buyers,
sbouldora 7l7Jc; clear rib P; clear 0
Lard ruling lower at 3jc. Whis
ky steady at, DO, , n. .,
. HINUSI.I. ANK4SCN. w
vhitj: t. co,
iSuccossori to 1,. Jorgensen,
S't,t: k 1'ancy (.iimcKTMKS,
II ATS, UAl'ri,
JtOOTS, SHOKri, Ac.
And Country 1'roduco of all kinds.
Corner of Twentieth Street,
JCjyA supply of choice butter
northern darics constantly on hand.
I)H. AV. ijIjAUW
GERMAN P1I VSlCIATs.
Uuders Jllcok iup rtniraj corner Hlh'Strco.t
and Waehingtnn Avenue.
io-31-tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
T1TH SOUTHiaRiX JLOUiL.
MRS. T. N. UAFJ'NJ'.Y
Tnkes jileaauru in announcing to tho pub
lic tbat she has taken possession of thlf,
popular und convenient hotel on tho Ohid
Levee, nnd that (bo has RKKunyismtii
and Rjc.vovati'.ii it in many respect.', and
ia now prepared to accommodate thu pub
lic with good fare, good rooms, good ln'iln.
and everything necesary to, and usually
found in n llrst-olaas establishment.
Thankful tor pan patronage, slit, hopes to
merit it contiutiHUce.
leS Day boardera received at reasoni
eratos. fii-l-Jrt-t rn
V. W. WHKKIiKK,
"W OOD AND COAL
Ql'FlCr. A SU YAM):
Street, betwoen Wiiahlngtim
A laru'e supply of l'ltUliuu and Dhf.
Muddy roal cotiKtautly on band, Stove
A'ood (.awed to order. Order lor coal or
wood should he left nt tho olrje.) on Tenth
tri'ct. Tonus, rasti on delivery.
CaIUO UOX AND J?ASKJiT Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KIJSDS
II AMIS A.VU rOftvi'.
Koep constantly ouhauu
Kr.ODlltNO AN1 BlhlHO, AI.WO LAVII.
MILL AN'IJ VAUI) COBNKU TIllnTY-yoUKTII
a BTUKtr A-VD OUIO LSVJiK.
tlAIRO, - ILLINOIS. 30-7
(Successor to Jamea Kynaston,)
UtlTCHBH AND DBALBU IK ALL KlHVA OT
C'OHNBH NINKTBHTII AMI I'OJ'LAlt 8T8.,
il-.iys nnd klaugbtera only the best cattle,
Soy and fhoep, and Is prepared to (lit any
leiuand for rmbinoau ironi one pound to
len thonand ponnda.
J oiii'it - riK'K."4, iM'iipiihi s luinov' tsooari, sjoiucr nin'
l.oail and Otlicr (IradiM, Paints,,' Colors, Oils. Yavnislies,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tunc Olora, I)v;
Stutls, Etc,,' 2te.'f lite.
We Solicit .nri'cpoin.n.' ami 01-ileis from hi'ilKiilad, l'li)i.'Uin and (lentral Slorss
in want of (ioo.ls In ouiJJue. Stiuiuli?at. I'lantatlon aud Family itodlclna Ctlrt Inrn.
ittif.l .ir iUllll.iil Ultli i:iuui.i iirtijH.ai neaionaiur iiaia
u'lmr.v.mirF ; iivtai't.. ' ijkt;
Ohio I.tiiec Wnahinglon Ave. ror. f.lsihlli SI.
II. A. Thorn's
TllOMS & HUOTHKK,
Hutcesoyrf to II, MMIulen,
AMD DEiLBKS IH
Sslnpto i'd I'ancy i:rorsrat
Foreign and Domestic
134 Commercial Avenue,
DKAI.wmm ,N i.oim. (JOHN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AGENTS s-oa FAIRUANK'a SOALKy '
hlo Ii-vob. OA1UO. ll.Ll.N01.-l.
And Dealer lu
Tli Ohio Loire, CAIRO, ILLS
USrs-pi'dal atlentioti gleu to rniiMgn.
tni-nt-. and tilling oriiern. 11-2 11
J. M. 1'M1LLM'H,
Forwarding and CoiauiisBion
prepireil lo forward all kinds ol freight
to all point-.
Hualnem attended to promptly.
COFPKY, HAKIUSON A CO.,
(Slieres-orf lo D. Ilurd ,t Son.)
3VO 3 W.A.T?.XX3:TO
ri.lSIIH.ISIIAIN A.MS IIAT.
No t;:t Ohio Levu.i, OAIKOtLLH,
"truer Twelfth atreet and Wiu.hin.gtou Ate
J. 0. HUELS,
Cll of St. Lout,)
PRO Fill KTOR
ROOK lilNDEIl AND IILANK HOOK
M.ANK JIOOKB of every description dono
with iieatnoiis and dispatch, All kinds of
ruling done at short no tloo. Itlblea, ;Miudo,
latratlnos and 1'eriodieaU bound neat ami
t tho lowest poaaiuie ratea.
Counly work, aucb ai llecords, Douket
en Hooks. Ulanks, etc.. made a utn-cialtv.
ltov.es, 1'ovl.et HookJ,h'nve!op, etc.1n.1Je
HINT ill OIL
Rctaflcrs of' J
IVM'fiininrv, Soaps, JJriiHlies,
ItETAlL k PRKiCRIPTIOX.
j. a- vatiiuhb.
.MATHl5i & l!HI.
. AND (JKXKIUL
C y il at 1 a t O N l Ji It's" Jl A X T a
DKAM ItSi IS
HA-Y AND AYESTKlf PKODUCK.
..Itr TtiMlenoed' 1'. .l.'llusWwoed
T1IISTLEWOOI) A CO.,
i FLOUR, CORN, OATS MAY, ETC
7S OHIO I.EVRri.
OKNKKAL COMMISSION MKHCHANT
Anil dealer la
LntK, UKMtr( i'LAirB;a1 Uua, Kto.
n ouio, i.eve
Cifl will soil la car load loU at usaroua
turem' iirli ts. adding IreUjtht. 4-4-tl
l'K'T K 11 0 U UU,
FLOUR , MERCHANT
Nil. SO ISHISS MiVKK,
3-VO tf. OAIKO. ILLiNOIS
WUOLK8ALK AND llK'l'AIL
LAtviaar VAatlaVrY STOOK IN Till OUT
HOODS HOLD VKUY ULOBst.
L'ursier uf St lintta aSMet saasd
(!. O. fATlKK
VO(l KITTKNMOIIHK A WHO.
Goueril Couimiasinn Merolunu
STHATTON .t llfltD,
1 WHOLESALE GROCERS
Agents American Powder .Company
No. r,7 Ohlo:i.erre,