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THIS UAIKO DAILY UULLETJ.N, FKIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1874.
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1'fcra Months M
-JrmrUbly In adfanee.
' '.' 'WwaslHaj MMtlcr every itsta-a.
Lie "OUI Virgin!," tho Ohio womon
DdTtf lira. The movement against t.v
looae continual to tproad ami tt last ac
count bad broken out in tome of tlio
larger townt. Many of the' taloon koop
nrt hae yielded, vrtiito a few hold out
ttuboruljr and declare their determina
tion' to do to to tho end.
Tub Huston ishool conimittoo, lir a
' Vote of elxty-tevcn to thlrty-fivo,bavo re
ruactt p.umui iii.ii u... inon
gainet ta admission of wonion as mcin.
barf. Thin bare tho itrongnitnduil re
ca I red Mother baclctot, and Susan II An
thony may cry in anguitb of spirit "How
Jong, Ob .Lord, bow long.?'' j
Till destitution and itifferini: of tlie
poor ta Now York city arts laid to he
graater tban that of any iormor your,
arao in tba great metropolis. Soup and
lodging houses, carried on by privatochar
ily, hare bean opened, and hundroh of
starring and homeless people nro foil ly
day and lodged by night.
We hare received un elegantly prlntod
Invitation to the grand ball to bo given
on tba opening of tho St. Ucorgo hotel,
Xvaniville, on the eveniug of tho teven-J
teeoth Inst. The occasion will be graced
by the beauty and the chivalry of Evans
tille and many titter cltiei, and 'fill rival
anything of the kind which !ms uccurrod
in that locality for yean.
The atate Senate bat passed tho House
bill, giving to the (nodical profosslon, for
tba benefit of tho pbyiicinn't and tur
geon't art, tho bodfet of friendless pau
pen and convicts, with an amendment
limiting. iu privllogot to citiet of over one
hundred inhabitants. It will bouocossary
for tho Ifouo to concur in thu amoud
men( before tba bill will become a lnw,
The congrettlonal commltleo fur tho
invettigatlon of tho District of Columbia
an" air it at latt complete, and will pro
raed to business at onco. i'Iio committee
itrotupoted on tho part of tbu Henato, of
iletsrs. Uoutwcll, Allison, nod Thurmuti;
on the part of the Hnute, ot Messrs. Wil
ton; of Indiana; Ellli II. Roberts, of
Near York; Xlubball, of Michigan; .lev
H, of Ohio; an J Hamilton, of Nw .Inr-
TRKK OULTURK IK ILLINOIS.
The gauoral assembly hat pattod'and
Governor Bevoridge bat slgnod a 1U1 for
the, encouragement of tho planting juid
'growing of foroit treat in tho ttate. Am
matter of interett to tho farmers and tbo
people geueratly W publish it :
Section 1. Hi it onactod by tlio peo
ple of tho ttate of Illinois, represented In
the general alterably, That it shall Iki law
ful lor tba board of supervisors or county
ciimtnittionert' court in any county in thu
ttata to offer a bounty to any person in
taid county who tball hereafter plant ono
or more acret of land with forest trees,
and properly cultivate the tamo for three
years, any turn not to exceod S10 nor an-
aurn for three yeart for each aero no
piaatel: rrovided, tnat Iron o piantml
tball not ba a groater dintanco tiimi ten
I'eet apart oach way.
Hkc'2. Any perton cltimlng thp
bounty under thin net tball uiak'j proof bo
for the county clerk that he hatcomplUd
witk Section 1 of this act and that the
Ueee planted by him aro in a healthy and
Sxc. S. "Upon proof of a omplhtnce
with tblt act the county clerk thai! U,w
bit oartiQoate to 'the perton entitled to
the tame, uttiag forth that tbo provisions
of thit act havo been complied with and
tba number of acres to planted.
Sec. . The board of supervisors or
county oommiitionort' court, detiring to
offer too bounty horcin providod for tbnll
do to by resolution, to be made of record
and giving notice in tome newspaper pub
lished in the county three weekt prior to
the llrat day of April of oach year; said
resolution and rotice to ttate tho amount
of bounty offered lor each aero planted
THE SANBORK UUfjTl'.AUr.S.
The rovalaliont of fraud and dlthon
Ity In all branches of the public torvu-o,
aagai'i' VkiS7Tow"iMi VaVoorwoa'uVon VtVo
contrary they have been of tuch frequent
orcurraoco, that their cotsttton for any
coniidaralde length of ilins, would Ita
prott the public at Kometblng unuiual.
Therefore It it, the mystery turroundUg
tlia Banborn contracts and tho suspicions
that when it it explained, if such a cocimn
wetion tball be roach ol despite the vf
fortt of loteretted parties to prevent it,
there will be disclosed one of the most
shameful and well manage! frauds upon
the revenue yet brought to light, dots not
atrike tba public In the nature ot a tur
prlie. About two yeart ago, a bill was
introduced in Congress by Henator Saw
yer, now assistant secretary ot tbo trout
ury, giving tba treasury department an.
tberity to make contracts for tbo collection
of taxea ii certain raiet, the
rontraetort to retain ono-half
of all tho rovenuo thus collected.
Uadar thu act, tha treasury department
coatractad with teveral person t for the
collection of taxes due the government,
Via, A Keltay, of New York city, bad
a contract to collect cno hundred thuuiMid
dollar, oaa-half of which, under tbo
law, would rayaft to blu at payment for
bit aervicea. John . V. Sanborn wm
awarded a cotrarl by the department for
tba recovery of five hundred thousand
dollan due oa spirituous liquor, and
arftded bjr manufacturer making falsa re
imux 'One-balf of tbli rum wat to be
Hanborn'ayompoiisatin for bit services
In colltctlng f: It. Tho anxiety of
those contractor to mako rollectioni
and thiiarealir'a their flfly.'por Cent, on
tbo amount of tlio wholo, baa brought
them in collision with the regularly up
pointed oll'oom of this internal ruvenue
service ; through theso conflicts, the at
tention of Congress, bat Wen directed to
tbo subject; tho duvulopamutitt thin far
insdi', moagro a tbuy aro, attVct uiip.M
antly the foorelary and astltttiit secretary
of tho treasury, prominent inemboit of
Oongroit and othors.
LI XC'OTiN'S CI I A RA (ITEl'-ISTiCS.
IMS 1.0Vi:)P HtflMT AND TKI'TII
HIS lllJLlOlOir.S OI'INHJN'l--NOTAHOl'IAIiLKMAN.
CiiiNAi'iNJutigiiiiioii Co., .Ian. l'.
DiAUSiic You say you deaire to know
all p(llilo things of tho good hihI greul
dead. 1 havo just now a fnw motiiuntt to
spare, and I do not kuow bow hotter to
tpend them than to toll you what Mr..
Lincoln really was and whit ho wa; not.
Air. Lincoln was a kind, tonder and sym
pathetic mnn, feullng deeply lu thu proi
Hiinmf luuerttii?. vain. wroni or unnrei-
1 tlon in any shape; hu wat tlio vury ei-
' . ,.! til... n( Imtti. wtkl i.T lift.
lioundod veracity, h:id unlimited integrity,
alwayt tullinv tin nact Iroib, an-l
nvyi doing tlio honest thing at hI I
times nod under all lirriuiiiiiuiroj. I In
w Just to ruin; ho loved tho right, tbe
pood ami truo with all hit until. I Wig
with ilr. Linroln for bbout twonty-livo
yoart, and 1 can truthfully nay I never
knew him to do a 'rong thing, nevir
know him to do a tiieau thing, never
knew bim to do any littlo dill)' trick.
He win always noble. In his listuro hu
felt nobly nnd aetod nobly. 1 nover
knuw no truo a man, so good it on?, so
uncorruptcd and so incorruptabhi it oiu.
lie was n patriot end loved his couutry
woll arid died for It. Mr. Lincoln ex
pressed hit great fcnling in lilt thought ,
and hie great thoughts in his feeling.; bo
lived In bis thoushtt and thought in his
feelings. Ily theso hi .toiil was elevated
and purilicd Inr bit work. Illiwoiliwin
tbe highest and urttiuleH rolisiou, nobln
duty nobly done
Mr. Lincoln waa cooi ami calm under
the most tryins circumstinco; bo bad
unbounded charity for alt men. In ro
liglon ho wat n'beWt, lomo what after tho
ordor of ThooJoro l'arkjr. .Mr. Lincoln
was not a speculative mln!cd man; wu,
lilcu Washington, soveroly pructical; hn
never wont in advance of his ago, and
yet wes alwnyit directing tho ideas and
toolings of uiijn to purely practical end,
to something that would end In good. Mr
Lincoln" never nhaped hit veracity,
intcirritr or virtuo to circunntnncej: ho
fashioned nad formid circumitancv, so
far as ho could, to virtue, veracity and to
integrity. He. scorned meanness every
wlioro and at all time, r.ud wa hold hikI
manlv In his denunciation of wrong, how
ever und by whOnvorduno; ho wa not n
foxy, tricky man; ho was n statesman
nigh auovo nil tnck. llow eucti n man
at Lincoln could walk up to tho bighoit
point of human grnnduor, from tuch a
low origin, !ud only knows. Hut so it
writ ordaintd from the beginning, and
so it is. Mr. Lincoln was a man of
great fidelity to what ho ha
liovod was right was truo to
friends, never deserting thorn until they
dotortcd virtue, voracity and Integrity.
Mr. Linroln could bo and wa, trustod b'y
the pooplo with almost nmninpotont pow
er, and iio novor abutod it nor shoo'.; thn
rmr.no fstfth In " tl' 1,u
trust, truo to his country, and truo to tlin
richtt of man. AYhnt a uoblo ninn and
what r. noblo life be lived. 'Washington
wv America's creator; Lincoln was its
savior. Mr. Lincoln new stands up
against tho deep bluoeky tho grandest fig
urn of tho fgo.
I havo now statod to you Sir. Lincoln's
leading characteristic', and if you liko
him hotter for thorn 1 am well "sntisflnd
with what I havo told you. I have
wolghod every word and tentunca, and
can truly taytboy aro truo to Lincoln
and Lincoln truo them. Ho was not
spontaneous in his fooling!, wus, a snrao
said, rather cold; hn was r&tlior ivtlectivo
not cold. Ilowover, lat:o him all in all,
no was at near n pitied man as uod gen
erally make. Yours, trulv,
W. II. HEIWII.0X.
3CENK TiTTinT LOU IS I AN A Ll'.fJ-
I .S I. AT U lit",
New Orlcani Times.
Mr Lewis charged Mr. ijartain with
having received a bribe In a jifl'y, cr,
moro appropriately )crhap(,ln tho twink
ling or a Led -post, .Mr. sartaln was on the
war path, paint, fcathors and all, and, bo
foro the words of Mr Lewis had grown
fairly cold, bo clutched tbat honorable
member by.thu throat, and, In a trieo, ho
procoeded to fundlo him in thnt peculhrly
refreshing stylo of art known in its fullest
tunso only to pugilistic legislators and
otbur members ol tha prir.-i ring. "What
might havo boon thn fate of Mr. Lewis is
rather painful to, contemplate Anything
less than boing convorted into it gory,
mangled corpse could not possibly bs.ro
been thought of, in connection with Lewis
proipecU, by the torror-tt'icknu legisla
tors and lobbyists, who stood appalled by
tho tight, Luckily, howovor, a half.do.on
of ilirso frightened ones quickly
found their lost faculties, mid gently
ambled toward tho combatants, anil
snatched Mr. Lewis from hit impending
doom Just us ho was in tho act of receiving
a sockdolagor from tho dexter mawloy of
his aisailtiit, who launched bin fin through
fpjwlth a fearful swoop and concen
there, Co'Twrou,iV,LKVe,,i.eeVi'garil)'fo3 tolTfi
fathers, beyond tho shadow of a doubt.
This ttrlklng occurrence had tho effect to
so scatter tho ideas of tho livelv leg
Itlators that, despairing of gathering" thorn
before the morrow, the imtnbdWtolv rvl
, IXcw York Heiidd.
Tho isthmus oual project do03 not
sleep. Tho report of tho turvoylng par
tiet who woro sent to examine thu best
arm inoH practicable, routu for a ship canal
across the Isthmus of lnatr.B,or Harlan,
are now before tho commission appointed
"j hid 1'ir.iuoin o maito auigetl or tuuiu.
Thit commission is composed of skillful
engineer otlicori. To coinpluto tbo work
thoroughly tho commiisloiiors are about
to proceed to tlio l.thmns, with
tho faett already In t,ur
poMctiion, to verify them and
to mako whatever further Investigations
aro necessary. The secretary of war hiu
been asked for two engineer olllcort of tho
army to accompany them, and three eini
nent civil englnoors will be added to the
parly, This additional turvoy will oe
copy, it Is thought about two months. Tho
commission will ttarj, probably at an
oarly day. A thin canal acrots tho
i'lhmui would b of luimeaio benollt to
our commerce and go far to restore tbo
commercial power of the I'nitod fitatos.
Lot us hopo It will bo in ado In the course
of a few years,
New Yokk, February li! A Jurv hu
monr, indicted for tho murder of Nicholas
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
VCSTIilMM Y'S ;OMJKr.S.SION.VI. hi:
CUKH. oiiid itivnr i.mi'uovimiii.'.t
Tin: Mfssissiri'f liiuisi.ati in:
WANT SKNATOH Al.l'tHlX
a vv.xt -Horn: mukhkiis jiy tiii:
now Tin: qrAKKit policy
111(1 HI' THOUSAND OK Till'. WM
m:vii.so Tin: wah tatii.
I - -
:Tiir.cKiisAin: ahainsttiii: oino
sai.oos ur.r.i'Kiis coxTi.vrrs.
I , it.ncij or hmj and i.rrn.r.
t i: i.i:i it a I'll in ,m a n i: r.r a x h n i v i it
Winliinglnn, o. t:.
Wa-HINutov, February 12. Tho war
j department haj recuived otliclal advices
cotilirming tlio accounts or tbe murder Ol
Liout. Robinson arid a privato soldier by
tbo Indians. The following telegram was
ruct'ived hero to-day:
Wiiitk SroNK AiiKNCY, l'ebruary '.,
via fort Ltramiu. Honorable Com
missioner of Indian, All'tir Wafbituton,
D. ('. : In view of Into outrages I am
compelled to atk that iiilthblo protection
be furnished me. Signed. K. A. Howakh,
1'. S. Indian A gout.
Tho commissioner replied that every
pro.ei'lion would bo alfordcd. Applica
tion is to bo mitdo to tbo war depart
ment for t is purpose
Tho sccrelary of tho trec.ury sunt a
. coiiiuiunicatlon to tho hoiiio of represent
' ntives in response to a resolution calling
for a tatemont of tho amo'unt of motiuv
paid from March 1, ISC' to November S,
1ST", by any porson or poraons in settle
ment of suits, judgements or claims made
by or In bohtlf ot tho United States for
violation vt the rovenuo lawt at Boston
and Now York. Tho statement accom
panying the letter givos about '3,ruU costs
In Now York.
Tho secretary of war sent to tho houo
tho luttor of tho chief of engineers nod
tho reports of -Mejon 'Wittrel and Mer
rill of tbe corp of ongioeer.n on tho im
provement of navigation of the Ohio
river. Tho lvard rtcommend that the
stock water plan bo tested at tbo bwor
dam on the Monongahula river.
Tho iccretary of war ent to tho houso
a draft of the bill making it tho duty ot
tho secretary of war to maintain tupor-
ncroloioro autnorirod and not completed,
or that may bo hereafter nuthone.l to
ho completed ovor navigablo waters.
Tho bill proposes to repeal the law of
for tbo construction of n bridge across the
Arkansas river at Littlo Rock bocausn. it
would obstruct navigation. Tbo bill wm
referred to tho committeo on commerce.
VAuixoro.v, l'obrimry 12. in the
.Senate tlio consideration of tho currency
question being reiumed, Mr. Cameron eui't
if Congress would allow an Jncroaso in
volume of tho currency, bo would yield
was, tbe point bo now contending lor, but
not otherwise. Ho would like to svo tho
volumo of currency increased an hundrod
million of dollars If possible. Ho believed
tbo tunpei of the tfonuto was tor an in
crcosohiid for tbo purpose of testing tho
question ho would withdraw tho amend
ment, pending and move tho following i.s
a subtliluto for tbo bill at reported by the
coinrniuei',10 striko out ton enacting clauso
ol t:io tun ami insert mat t-),GUU,C00 in
notes for circulation shall bo it.-ucd to the
national banking association, now organ
ir.ed or which may be herafler orgml'jd
In addition to tbo present circulation, un
der souio ruins, regulation and limitations
as now proscribed by law,
Mr, Sherman appealed to th'i Son
ators not to endanger this bill which w
inteudod as ono for local relief by tacking
on to it tuch a groat quostlon or Infla
tion to let that question bo met fair and
squaro and decided. Ho said it was one
ot groat Importuned and would determine
tho prosperity and happiness of our coun
try. Ho opposed an increase in currency.
Ho hoped that this bill would puss
as it camo from tho committee, so that ro
lief might Ihj afforded thoio sections
Mr. Wright moved an amendment to
thn bill an reported by tho committee to
strike out the word twtnty-livo
and insert the woid fifty so ' thau
amount of circulation bo with Irawn nnd
tfan reissued should be 50,CUO,090 Instead
Mr. Log. ii said if tbo majority of tho
senators on this lloor wanted tho contri
bution, let thoro bo a voto taken and those
who favored expansion would acquiesce
In tbe remit, and then the fight would
end, but if on the other hand, a majority
wanted on increatie, let them have it.
Mr. Kerry, of Michigan, agreed with
thoFcnator from Illinios, (Logan), and
hoped that the friends or a moderato In
create would stand by this nubitltuto and
settlo the question ts to whether or not
wo shall havo moro currencv. Hu wu
opposed to tnking it singlo dollar from
.ouii j.okui,u, ,Bl mem navo lliolr
monoy, but givo moro to the West and
rending discussion tho Sonato wont
luto executive session and snun nftnr .,!.
Lkak.wohtii, Vobruary Hi. Tbo
Inasonu ciirln.ia nf .i.i.. ..f... i.if . i
u.i. . .. mm city ucuicateu
their new and magnlllcont temple this
uvuiiiiii.. ti, 1 ,
. i .fiu.vB wore grami and
luipret,lvo. Distinguithed representatives
XI II? , ,11 "to"0" lru of Wtorn.
MUtourl iiii.l Kansat participated. Tho
banquet at Lalgn's ball wan attended by
owvladlet and gentlemen, Tho festivities
close with a ball at tint Odd Tullows bull
Toi'KKA, Vobruary 12. In the Konato
to-day, ilr. ht. John oll'ered a resolution
so as to giro women tbo right of suffrage,
Tbo Kensto passed tbe civil rlghtt bill
and a bill appropriating ?V"0 to tettleri
on tbo OiageceJed landi.
OiuiiA, .February It!. - Ron Hollady
and n party iif friends passed baro to-day,
eastward bound,' '
A repolt has Juct ichcbed hero from
Tort Fetteriuaii stating that thu Indfatit
bud uttaeked u wood party near there tills
morning; 25 men hail been emit to their
rnlief. No further particulars:
(luiioral Hmllhat Hurl l.irnmlo telo-graphii-
"1 have juit revivml llil'or
matiou that arms and ammunition aro en
ri ulotn tbdajjency lor tho use of hostile
Sinus, furnished by tbo interior depart
uieiil. 1 havo ordered ('apt. Logan out
to Intercept tho train and briog it to tbit
pus. It is estimated that M.Ouu warrior
of tlio Sioux, Cheyonnrs and Arrapahoet,
could bo in the' tlelJoua call, if tlio
whole of them aro not on tho war path,
which tbo nature of their attacks along
tho linn from Tort Fctterman to tho Re.
publican river would indicate. To up
po'o'thimi, thero are but three compitiile)
of cavalry and nino of infantry. Active
preparations aro boing made by the mili
tary to meet tho Indians. It should be
borne In mind that theso troubles at tbu
nearest point nro over four hundred miles
Tbo beer contractor or tlio Rod Cloud
agency arrived here to-ulght. Ho brought
with him tlio hojy of acting Adlutant
Appletoti and will accompany it to Sloni
City, Iowa, where it ij to bo'iuterrcd. A
teamttor named Rlgar (ir.iy wi killed
liv I ml Inns on tho tth iu-t., at Running
Water, twenty mile this side of Rod
Cloud agor.cy, whnro ho wm bound with
freight for tho Indians. Tho Indiar-s say
tho will hill agoit JcovlIlo If hn don t '
leavf. At WhlloClay, bpnttcd Tail agency
an Indian threats .-ri lo shoot Agent
Howard, but vks provonted by Hlack
Crovi, ono of their hod noldelra. A re
port fiom Sidney, Nebraska, says flvn sec
tion men, twenty-four miles West of thoro
woro tired upon b Indians this morning
Many slock mnn who livo in town, but
own Iirgo lu'rds of cattle north of here,
havo gonoout to day to bling them into a
placo. cf sifety.
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Ml'Mflll?, February It!. The Appeal's I
.lackanti, Mississippi,! special says tho
Hotl'e to-day, by a voto of ol to ill! passed
a rif olution'rcquestlng Senator Alcorn to
Tha Avalanche's special from Trenton,
Tennc'seo, says ono-fourth of tbe public
squaro is in as'hos frm tho firo last night,
Six'texn business houses, Including tho
new city lull and News otlico wero
burned. Loss $00,000 ; lusur.tnco about
$15,000. Tho ttr originated up stairs In
Bins' s drug store and is supposed to bo
thn work of an incendiary.
King Momus has issued his proclama
tion announcing that ho will mako his en
trant) into the city, Tuosday next at -l
o'clock p m. Tlio pr.ocoteion of tho
Mempht, thu grand fonturo of tbo occa
sion, will takn placo af night. Strangers
aro nlroady pouring Into tlin city. Forty
additional policomcn ire to bo placed on
duty to koop order during tlio carnival.
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Riri.EV, Ohio, Fobruary VI. Tho mis
sionarics only put In half tho i!ay visiting
our two romalng saloons, Tlioy wero
well received at both and ft disposition
shown to compromise unconditional
mrreridor, being tbo only tarm oll'ered.
W.sllt:.-(iTo.v, February 1" For low
er Uktf and Ohio Valley rapidly railing
barometer, with frost'. , to brisk f-mtflrlj
. OUtl.-,. ... l.K - J
and rainy weather.
For tlio Upper Lake and northwest
vury low barometer, mid cloudy weather
followod Thursday night by north-west
winds, arid very rapidly falling tempore
turn. For (Julf Kutc.i southerly winds, in
creasing to rrosh ami occasionally brisk,
with clouds and rain.
Tt IV RENEWS.
Mlb-eof Obi-en'ntion. Signal Seriee I'.S.
.iiliiy. Dally report ol thu stago nt water,
wllli the change) for the 'it hour-i ending
."o'clock p. in., l'ebruary 12, 1S7I.
STATIONS. water. Klxc. Fall.
letlu, ton City .
0 (I 0
(i o :;
Morjijotown. . .
Na-hMllo l fl (io
0 ti o
'llelow high water marti.
Obion er lj;. tier. U. H. A
K,.;;.,, v4ijruary H. River rUlnr
with 5 real Inchot in tlio cnal.
Vii'Vhiiuua, Fobruarv 12. Down-.loo
Kinney, Hlsniarck. U Capitol City.
" "ther cloudy, and cool. V.iver rising
Liiti.e Rook, February 12. Voathor
cloudy, windy and warm. Hivor fallini'
fast with nlnu feet 2 Inches by gauge.
';w Ty li!.-Arrivo,
Robort Mltcbel, Cincinnati. Departed
Ohas. Hodman, Cincinnati. Woathor,
cloudy and pleassnt.
Cisci.vkati, February 12. River. 10
feot ii inches and railing. Arrived Thos
niiuiiuuK. ii uw urioans; innei, iioeling.
Doparted Mollio Kbcrt, l'ittsburg! .las.
n, 1'arKor, aietnphlr.
NAsitvii.Lt, February I'J. Rlvor fall-
en -I Inches; thirteen feet on thoals.
"Woalher, cloudy and warm. Arrivod
Il'illman. l'aduetli: Grcon. uppor Cum-
borland. Departed Hoilman. 1'adiicah.
TlVANaviLLE, February l'J. Oiotiuv
with signt of rain, Alercury 60 to .'.ii.
I'.lver lallon 0 inches, Up Kitty Higlur
1'ayetto, Roberts and Mary Anient.
Down l'at Rogers, Morning Star nnd
idiowiu. iiiisinoit dull,
MKMi'ins. February l'J. Rivor fallinL-
rtpidly. Weather, cloudy nnd warm.
Departod Klla, Whlto rivnrj Scudder
and City of Chostor,St, Louis; ltaum and
Longworth, Clnelnnati, Hollo Loe, Hons
ton and Turnor, Now Orleans.
Loirisvi r.i.K. Fobruarv It!. River still
stationary at I- Test d inehos in tbo canitl
and 0 lent n inches In Indian chute, Ar
rivedThompson Doan, Now Orleans;
Arlington, Momphls; Louisville, Cincin
natl. Departod Arlington and Thomp.
son Dean, Cinclnna,tl. "Woather, very
warm and Mrong prospoctt of rain,
Tol.EPo,. February 12.- Chief .iiisiYco
Waite is to loave hoto to-day lor Wait'
tngtoti at t! o'clock to-night and will
reach that city on Saturday. Ho will take'
bit seat on tho ru arsemblitig of tho nil
piemo (ourt ou tho llrt Monday In
LeimNo.V, February la. At a meeting
hero Did Lewis commenced thn orgmi
ration or a women's crusado against tbo
llijuor doalufs, and at s.arooly anything
remains to bo don., huro'it is con
templated that they tball co-oporato io
the neighboring villages.
Hulliilo, X. Y.
Lincoln's uittru t.t v.
Ill ri'Ai.o, r'obruary 12. Tbe ainilvur
tary or Lincoln's birthday was celebrated
burn by exercises In thn v.trlout public
tcbooli this morning, and appropriate ex
ereirs by tho jitii.ons itt .St. .lames boWl
.li'l'foisoiivlllc, I ml.
JuvrKKMOSviLu:, Kubruary 12. -Tbo
women's cruiadu against thowhUky trsi-
lie In other cities has commenced it de
velopment in this city, and to-day it ac
tually assumed shapihy tbu meeting ol
about i!0i) ladies at tho Mcthndi-l church,
nil of whom aioln good reputo for morals
and re'itgh n and tl.elr intended war i
upon tho saloon keepers and will uudoubt-
edlp provo a determined ono .Speechts
woro mudo by Reuben Da'y, alitor of tho
evening Sun and Nations! Djmocrat, and
j l'liTSiil'ltu, February 12, A special to
tho Chroiclo form Conncllsvillo.l'a , states
that a dosafdrnus lire occurred In New
Havonborrotigh, cpposlto Connellsvillo,
, about half putt 10 this morning. A mill,
, dry-bouse, dwelling and stable bolongiuy
i to'R'.ckcl V Kalncii and Rickel, Culbanns
I .V Co , wero dcslrovod. Tottl lois about
thirteen thousand 11 vo hundred dollars
Insured for about one-haU. Tho whole
town v. as at ono timo in real danger or
- - -
N kiv Orleans,
scarco and hli;hor.
Ho. Fork dull mid
February 11!. Corn
Whitu TtffibO; yellow
lower at 1C. Sutzar
dull, inferior WV)iJ; common OitJilJ; ftir
to tuny lair tijQni prime to clioico ('.
Mulattos, light supply and fair demand,
common formetlng -fSr.iSO; fair fermont
ini: lid; lair (in. Corn moal lirmor at it 85,
Cim-innati, Fobruary l'J. Flour
ster.dy. "Wheat dull and lower, No 'J rod
winter 1 -IGfTVjl 48. Corn qul.it and un
changed COf,.52c. Oats steady -t51p.
Ryo scarce and llrm 1(5)1 02. Orocerici
steady: butter dull, cbuctn firm. Fori:
dull aud nominal loc. Lard dull end
droopinc, steam Sjc, kottlo 'Jc. Hulk
moat) steady, shoulder CJo; clear rib Tjc;
i'!oar7;c(2S; baonn Ocj Dresed bogs dull
and droopintr, light ooiiCi t.t), hewv it K,
CM 1)0. Rocolpts 'J,71u, thlpmonts 'J.209.
WhiaUey steady 90.
Cuu'Ado, Fobruary l'J. l-1lour dull and
drooping. Wheal dull and declined, No
1 spring t 21f.. I 22; No 2 1 10 cash; I 20
March; 1 22 April; No .t 1 15. Corn
fmr-lomaml and advancoJ, No 'J, .'.7 cash
H7: March: (VJ bid for May; now No 2
:,:.(,. :,. Oats steady, No 2, -12 spot; -I
Al-roli Itvotteadv, No 2,8?;. liar
ii j i.i.n anu a rnauli lower, ,n o, I ,'o;
in ., i .i.,(nji o... l'ork dull and lower
at 1 1 cash and March; 1 1 ::0 April. Lard
fair demand and lower at cash. Rulk
meats gnchnnged. Whisky Una ht 'jo.
St. Lot-is, l ebruary l'J. Hemp dull
and unchanged. I lour, loner grades in
demand other grudoA dull cud unchanged.
Whont spring dull and lowor, No 'J 1 21 J
C!l 22; fall hold llrm but lower No :t red
1" -13(1 15; Not! offered at 1 1 57.
Corn Inactivo and unchanged No :i ml ted
ClJ(S,C'Jc cash; March (iJJC C..1. Oats
quiot nnd unchanged No 2 mixed !8J(7yPi.
llarley buoyant and firm. Ryo quiet and
llrm, No 2 blQiSc. Fork dull l.'ijc! dry
salt meat dull, sitloi looje, clear rib 71fnt
7;e: order lots, thouldnrt Oc; clear bp;
ilacon dull, shoulders 7c; clear Clc. Lard
unchanged, primo stoam NJc. WhisLoy
stoady at tide.
JAUOls WALT EK,
AND HEALKIt IN
VV E a II M IS AT,
iilOIITll Ktubut, Uetwekh Wamiikiito,
AKtt OoUUEUOIAL AvKHUK.-i,
Adjolnlnsr usuuUttuo nud Ilni.ujr'x
Krof. II. u tna or lif, l'ork, Mutton Vtil
Lsuit, bHUK", otc,, rud ro prtirfl in rn
lti.ui. in (h most wcvpulil' nmnru.r.
" JOHM aMiTiF,
(Successor to .Tames Ryn.-tston,)
UUTOIlHn AUD DeALEK IN ALL KlMDrt (IT
COIUJElt NltlXTENTII AND l'On.AK bTM
ilnyg and flatigbtem only the he-t rattle,
bogu aud sheep, and In prepared to rill ail)
Jeuidud for rreshmoaU from one pound to
lou ttiouwaiid pounds,
JIYLAND & SAUEH,
AMD ixAi.Ki:a in
CHOICE ERESH MEATS
OK KVERY DKSCRirriON,
Comer lOlliktiect and Cetnmereial aeml
next door to tbe Hyfand ealoou,
11-10 tf. CAIRO, 1!HH.
JAM KS KYNAHTON,
ANll 1IKALKH IN
Kht KINDS OF I'll E8 1 1 -MKATK
gear cor. 'live.il tell. Ntreel iti.tl S'o
lluyH and (l.vugbters only tbe bovt Calllo,
ilogn and Sheen, aud la prepared to till or.
lers for Fresh 11 eats from one to ten thou
ml IiOUIiiIm. 7-2211
A. .1. ItOK iM. 1).
Olllco over Thorns .V lli oV. grocery ttoi e,
No, ;;t Couimciflul avcmie, i oiner KUIith
Miect. Kehldeneu corner WiiDhiiigton ate
iiito und I'ouileoiuh Mrent.
CluMiiic'ils. J'altMil AlotlitMiiea, IVi'l'miu'ry, Soaps, iiriislip,
J mloit Ai'liclos, JJnigift ,s Jjancy (!oo(lst Collior liilt
Load and Otlior (IratltM, I'aiiit.s,' Colors, Oils, Variiislit,
Window (.lass, Wax Klowcr ratorial, Tube Colors, Dst
Stnll's, I'lic, J-'.tc, Etc.
We Sidicil eorre-oondeiicc and order frntii Hrilvuttl'. I'IivaIcIaim and Oriierjl Stares
In UHiit of tiooiU In our l.lne. .Steamlo.it,
i-ui-ii or i.entieii uiiu i.'iiaiiic prilgt ui Keu-oiuiiie naies,
.WHOLESALE & RETAIL, KETA1L ,t PREi CItlPTION.
71 Ohio lie VPS'. Washington Ate. cor. Kiglttli St,
7- H. 1IA1 lll;.-r.
K. ('. tl it I.
.MATUIVS .V CHIs
U n .t m i s k i (i .v M i; it r ti a ts
lii:A I.HItrt IN
HA-Y AND WKSTRN l'RODl'CK.
STKATTON & HIUD, '
WHOLIWA I-K fJIMHM.HS
Aeents American Powder . oinpanv
An. ", Ohio Let tr,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS.
N. It. TblttliMOSiI. I'. . I. TIil-.lt' tfood
THI.S'J'LICWODD & CO.,
Co u m r a s I on 1L k h anAN'ra
FLOUfl, CORN, OATS HAY, ETC
-No. "A OHIO I.KVKI.'.
(iKNKR.U, COMMISsSHIN MKItCHANT
And dealer In
Jsiub, I'LAtfrui, Uaih. Kit.
tSTI will sell In car load lot, t niAiitit
ttirurn' iirlcm. adilliig freli'ht.
.1. M. FUlJihlFb',
Forvanling aud CoimmBBion
HtHr.d lo lonv.ird utl Kinds ol ti elulit
to all olnti.
Hiinem ittifiidtul to tirnmtillv.
(Siiccefcuira to D. llunl.V Mini.)
X' '0 .1 i. -W-A. .IDXriNITl-
kl.OIIU.SlllAIN AMI HAY.
Jfn l.t Ohio I.HVon, OA IRQ, llitKM.
O. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer iu
No. 711 Ohio Lot it, CAIRO, U.J.S
tSPSperlal allentioti given to ((iifljn.
liii'MH uud IlllilC olden-. H.J it
I'l intjtlon and Family Medicine easel luin-
H.A.Tbomi L. O, Ttiuuti
TJIOMS ti HUOTUHK,
Sticcososri to II. M.Httlrn,
COMMISSION MKltCHANIintOK EH.S
ANll 1IKALXH8 IN
Ntn)le stud I'siury tirarot
, - Foreign and Domentlo
liM Comnurclal Av.mia.
! OA1HO. . . II.LINOIri
GENERA h (X)MMIBSION
DKAi.Klta H FLOUR, C'OHN
. Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOICN'IM tuu KAIRUANK'H rfUA l.til
Ohio Leirtfl, CAIHO. 11J.INOIH.
ti KW YUKK HTOstK,
W1IULIWAI.K AND Itk'i'Alli.
LAUHMT VAKIBTY tToOS 1H Tll OITf
OOOIW HOI.IJ VERY Ol.OHK.
Uoritur r llanlotaili etrMtraraa twwu
tsinttiltU A vtMatst
tt. tl. PAI'tKlt
JOHN ii. PULIVS SUN,
(fluoukisork to John H. n.lllU.)
KOKWAKDINO MKUCIt AN'l'rf
I DUALKMU IN UAY, OOUN, OATS,
Elour, Moal, Bran, &c,
AHKNT.S FOR LAKIjIN AND RAiiii
Cou. Tkhtu Htrbkt axd Ohio Lxvkk
I'K T K 11 0 U H h,
FLOUR MEKC1IA N'l'
Nn. Hit Silflts l.r.VKK,
VJOtf. OA. I HO, ILLINOia ''
wools, ii vFvT) n ifoi i sk a uiio".
(liueral (Joiuminaion Morohanu
MX OHIO T.KVKK
.'I ....j.-irv,'. ' . - '
tTM W I LB ON,
BOAT BTOEBia j
0 BOO Mill
No. I 1 1)
Ohio LrEVE tUjJto, lr.T.TWO'-i 1