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TJIli CAIRO DAILY BULLET'N, TIIUKSIJAY, bMOBKUAUY 19,1874.
OMelM Pnprrof Ott-Cltjr mill Counl-f
lOUNH. OUKHUY. Xdltor nd lubHshr
TKUXH OK TUB DAILY IIULLKTIN
On WMk, by os-.rr1.or t 25
Oa 7v by cwrior, In advsuco 10 OJ
On year by carrier il not p ild In
fulVAECO. 1 00
D month, by tatU 1 W
rnr months 3 oo
BlXBOBtt & 2 .
Um tmt 10 00
TR1M OI1 WKCKtr nULLXTI.V.
One Year $1 00
Six Month , "
Mirtm Months M
Inrariahl-r tn advance
BmmIIbr -mutter on rvrry ic
A. H. Stbimii:.N8 U dangerously ill In
It Is said that Senator Ingallt of Knn
as will rctlfin. and Kansas will havo an.
other senatorial election.
A man found dcau in n ciuck hi. -
bruised face and a bullotliolo tli rough bis
hat, l the latost mysterious olflr reported
from Jackson cpunty.
Joii.v A. 1'xttos has goon Ij Loiil;
vllle Imoirch ofheilllh, and wo, with Ms
numerous friends hire, truit that ho r'll
bo successful. Jlo expects to bo gmio soy
Oh' tbo soeond day of March l'adlicah
will vote on Iho local option bill. Tim ox
clUmoul runa high. Tho tomporanco
party Ia hard at work, as Is alio tho other
a'do which objects to tho closing of tho
TVs to glad tn boablp to Inform jmr
new correspondent, Jonnlo 11. L, that
ho can go to hear Lavr renco Ilarrott on
imt Monday night, and not ml?. hearing
Mr. Lansdo.i'g lecluro either. Tho lec
ture will not tako placo utitll n wok Irom
Statis Attorkey A. It. l'ugh, of
Jackson county, gives notico through thu
Jackson County 'lira' thut ho "will do all
in bis power, in i: legal way, without fear
or favor, to punish a thoy deserve" the
persons who took pari In tho lynching of
Col. Dkm. has commenced work on thu
extension of tho Cairo, Arkansas and
Texts railroad. Tho pile drivor, which
arriTod frain 15linont yesterday, will bo
taken to tho Missouri side thin morning,
when tho work ol driving pile? for thu
protection of tho river bank will bo com
red. Tbo oncloiuio will bo put in
fcere in thu vicinity of tho prtssnt
' ?Ofp1o of Oregon Insist on having
Senator, Hippie-Mitchell, invest!
j .cd. They have sent a petition to tho
Senate, setting forth his prlvato character
Id a very bad light. A- none or tho
charges preferred against him affect his
public career In any way, it is not likely
the Sonata will .feci called upon to take
any steps in the matter.
"llr.TTKK lato than nnver'' will hardly
hold good In tho caso of tho Hon. JI. C.
Durcbard of tho Fifth Illinois onagri's
slonal district. A few days ; ho re
turned to tho U S. Treasury his back pay,
and his Increased pay in thu present con
gress, making altogether the hand. omit
mm of six thousand and forty-nlno dol
lars and slaty cent'.
The vrotns.n'e war against whiskey gees
on In Ohio, and is spreading Into lndisns,
Kentucky, Illinois "Wiieousin and Mow
York. Tho business men of many of tho
towns have ralsad funds to assist tho
women in carrying on Ibsir light i-g.vmt
tho saloons. More thnn half tho mhioiiR
and whiskey-shops, in all the town in
which tho women havo been worl.irg,
havo closed up.
Anna Dickinson baa comu to gritf la
Chicago. Advertised to deliver ii new
Iscturo 'Tor her own Sake," shu appeared
befero her audiento and explained that
tho had no such lecture, but would glvo
them an old or.e. Somn of tho jiioplo
present asked to gut their money hick
and got it, while th ret liituun.1 di.!':t
edly to a lecluto thev had hoard tv." r
tbroo times before.
Mn. Ciiosslanh, reprMontattvoin Con
gress from Kentucky, has introduced a
blllprovidlcg (or thu abolition of custom
housos in all districts wheru tho cullecth.ns
are not of sufficient amount to meet tho
expenses or tho oftico, and discharging ail
the offlccrs and employes now In service
in such L-uttoin.houK-a. 1'.t. Crooluml
also proposed by tbo bill tho abolition of
the revenuo-marinu service, directing that
the mariuo corps b disbanded, and tint
tb work now done by tho very ornaruen
tal branch of tho service shall after the
paissge of tho bill bo performed by tho
Navy Department, tho vitsels and other
property now used In tho mariuo service
tob transfurred by tho Secretary of tho
Trtasursr to tbo SecreUry of tho Navy.
Tar. first ol thu Williamson couutv
ku-klux cases are uuw being hfard in the
United fitates court at Springfield. We
Uko tho rccapltulutlon of thu facts in the
ewe, which many of our readors no douH
remember, from tho St. Louis 'Olobo' of
itcrday: Jti tho spring of 1872, lvrne
Vancll, an old man of seventy, whs tiUun
from hla houso at night by a party cf
masked men and hanged to plum
tree. A coroner's Jury found that
Pleasant Vesib, Marlon Gray, S-ini-uel
Oosiolt and other, bad committed the
offense, ar,d Ytach and n nir.ii nnnih.l
Tones O. Elliott wero (ipprehcndod, iu
dlcUJ and tried in tho circuit court, v,-hum
the Jury falleJ to convict. Thereupon
the cues wtro moved tn the United Stnu
court under the provisions of tho Ku-klux
sist, aeourio which has caused -.100111118.
custion In legal, political and Jurnaliitiu
cjralos. Tho eridunce gaint
tbo prisoners it veiy com.
pletf, and shows that they contravined
Ihoku-Vlux net In evciy essential, hav
ing soc-el orgatilzitlon, and going
maikod unon thrlr felonious orranus.
Thoy whipped many men, and compelled
others to lcavn tho countjj unroaici
hotxes anil destroyed crops, atnl tued
mnv other violent moans to itiduco per
sons obnoxious to them to submit to their
behests con:rnlng land bouudarla, olc,
and to rollnqulfh tho lights which had
been proclaimed thelri by legal proerss.
AN AM AT K UK II A NO MAN.
Cnlcrhft, tho veteran hangmaii of ling
land, is ill, and at a rewnt execution his
place was filled by a mjsterious s'.rangfr ,
A Iiondon paper mys !
'Hut he hr.s acted a tho hangiaiin-in
chief's asIstant be.'oro nrtmlttodly on tlm
occasion nl Spencer's oxecutlon and the
wav In which ha porformed Ms work on
Mondav showed that he la no 'prentico
hand. "Tbo namo by iNhlch bo chou to
bo known on Monday I' Anderson mid
It v:a whl'percd that he is a Wchh
fariuer of independent means who
has t-iken to hanging from a puro
artlstlo lovo of tho vifltk. Ther J is, how
ever, nothing In his appcarnr.co to suggest
tho farmer especially tho Volah farmer.
Hols n genthitnanly-looking man, nnd
forms a strong contrast In personal appear
auco and stylo of dress to C'.ilcraft, nppur
llllfcl,? lil'lliiuiu tliit 111 yvatm Of .
I'uliko Calcraft, also, ho wears no beard,
his face, which gives tbo Idea of a shrewd,
determined, but eomuwhal inscrutable
charaetor, beln-; olosely sh-ivod. Ho np
licars In ho ii'IiUln'of 'a'dandy in lri',
hi ho worm IdaW velvet coat, nod vtnlt-
coat lined wllli nl Ik.
Thurulos and ronlatljni to bo ob.urv-
oJ by Catholics during tho season of If M,
nro m follows.
First. All tho faithful who hmo com-
I-lcttd their S!st year nrn bound toi bsoivo
tho fast of lent, unless dlfponstd for le
Second. Uno meal a day only is allow
ed, except on Sunday.
riiiru. Tins meal is no, to la taxun
until about noon.
Fourth. On those divs on which per-
mhtlon Is crantod to cut moat, both mint
and fish aro not to ho oaten nt tho samu
meal, ovon by way of condiment.
J'lllli. A collation or partihi mcnt u
alloived In tho evening. Th.i gfr.nral
practica of pious chriit.MM limits its quan
tity to tho fourth part of nti ordinary
Sixth. Kreeil, btittnr. ohcow, fruit of
all kind', salads, u:;etHb!e and !lh tit o
permitted at ttiu collation. -Milk Ana eggs
Seventh. Custom his m-.J'' H lawful
to drlnl: In tint mnrningi-inm warm liquid,
such Hi iv ncd coH'-je, or thin i hotols'.e
made with water.
highlit. Ncoe-'ity and custom have
authorhfo'l tho me of lard intR'i of
butter, In proputlng II-h, veget'ible.,
Ninth. The following person- nro not
bound to observe the fast, viz. All under
twenty-one years of ago; tho sick; women
In a delicate," condition and tho-o nursing
Infants; thoso wao nro obliged to do hard
work, ntud all w ho through wi-akness can
not fast without injury to their health.
Tenth, llv dispensation, tho use of flsh
meat will bo' allowed at any tinto on Sun-
dsys, nnd onoo a dty on Mondays. Tues
days. Thursday and Satin days, with the
o.M'opllon of Holy Thursdays, and tho
cccond anil last r-n.urj&v9 or lent.
Klovcnth. l'enons oiomptid fron tho
obligation of fasting, by age or Nbolious
occupation, oro not ru-trloted In tho u of
meat at ono moni, only on tiio.o uiiys
on whinli its "o is granted by dlspema
tion. Others dltpoiisod from tho fat for
other nau?ei, as well as thosn who cro
oliliged to fh-t, nro permitted to uo mott
only at ono tnunl.
TUB WO.ooO Al'l'JtOlMMATION
VOH KILLING Till. -MOTH
J.N' A1LMY CLOTHING.
Wo give a lar;'c xpaec in our col
umns to-day to tlio t-pcecb of I Ion. S.
S. Cox, of Xew York, in tlio lIouc of
I'ejirc.ent:ttivea in Coiifrro.'M, upon the
bttbjcetof moth. Our readern will find
tbo Hpcceh well worthy of pcru.-al. It
;;tc-u pretty clear account of the wale
and destruction of clothing uscleHly
bought mid kept on hand for thy
(IVoiu the lii'iigfi'.-lnnal I.Vi'ord. i
31 r. Cox I move to htviko out of
the bill ''i'.O.OOir' and iinort '2o,00ll"
in lino 1-0.
It is cinious that to niiielt money
should ho exjicndcd for pro.-orvinjr from
motbii tbo catsAiiuvrc, koiwys, cottons,
tents and clothing on hand, 'fins
llou.-o was hardly jirepaicd for the
statement of the gentloman from New
Vork, (,Mr. AVliccior,) that there were
7.000,ii00 worth of uniforms njw on
-Mr. Wlieclor Not of uniforms, but
of clothing, blanket., tent, etc., yiow.
inj? out of tbo stock nceumulntcd dnr
intr the v.ar.
Mr. Cos I know sir, that every thy
theeo articles nro wa'titi'. Hence tbte
.ipproiriation.'-. Tlio money is to bo
preservative to Iho cloths and tent.-.
1 iiavo a report before mc from (luur
toruiaatcr (lunctal Meif-s perhaps tbo
best oificcr in our i-orvice. it shows that
ie aro spending hundreds of thoueuuds
to li I'll t moth?. They nro woio than
dome-tie or foreign etiemiei.
llcforo I conic to that, may 1 rofor
to tbo report of ju:trturuiiitor -Uinj;-ham,
ofHceouibcr 20, 172? Tbi ie
port f-hows that then wo had 82o,i:5,"i,
21.1!7 in woolen clothing; and tentu
mostly tbo former. This did nut then
include miiiio 12,000 blankets, vroitli
S12.s,0ti0. Nor did tbi.s include coals,
jackets, troweors, llannol hack, blank
els, fjoods made up aud not made up
There items nut into thu million, and
the moth run into them. Laughter. J
Here ore f-S.fiOO.OOO worth of 'oat.,
lucket- .mil truw.-i-r-. Ncntlv
oJ'tllOU aHi':U", nl' Ul.im.il iur nil uvmv 1
I I. ur -.).ir -,, ... , ,1, 1
01. net -mil
ItiO WOiih'U Llaiit.t-tr. znd
mounted groat eoats, (for tho cavalry,
f Httpjio.-o,) and tho sky-blue kcrfeys,
there is a sjdendid objootivo poiut i'or
uiuuiiin oi muiun which no great gen- the Hem in this bill appropriating SfiO,
oral of that eorjis hhould omit to atiaek, I 000 fur protection against mollis 'in' tho
if feeling well. Did tho ninth full ? If I i-nny, and when I read that SlSO.Oud hud
they did, what need of this apptonria- ,fe'-(Jy,l',- o-tpwided for thut purpose,
ou'i - .
i" f, , i . , . 1. 1 ... i .
in turn list wo havo ut ens M ''. ..
000 yards of fluunel not made up, Wo
have mtllions of dollar worth of this
fioeuliar wtvileu jnoperly not inado up
It id subjeet f J tin at hi' I; r f the in th
A luge part of tliis 1 Mill on liuinl,
eitlior !u uniform or ntllierv.isc. Tlir
iscntlctonii eorifc.C! tn 7.000,000. Now,
itccordiiiR to tlio icjiort of llic Quarlcr
masti'V (Icneral juct refcircd to, tlicro
were 8:!fi0,000 .ipiniiiniatoil in n couple
ol year's p;tst fornpcciilisirkiml of pro
com ivliich is Mid to prevent moths from
getthif'iiitoolotliit)';. Tlir itatleiiiiaH
tor (icncnil in tlii icpoit (iiks thin Com
bivm for mio liuiiilti'il tliuttsaiul doUar.4.
L cojiy liis MttttcMiicnt :
J,"Tho cxioiiiTituio on acnotint ol moth
a ml mildnw-proof of (loorfiu A. Cmvlcs
Co., ilutiiig tlio liscnl ycarliavo boon
S:530,00. I his intitules f-iitm.s.uu np
iiropriatoil ior tlic current fiscal yanr,
ijtit not availaMo for oxjicmltlttrci tlur
ing tlio last liscal year. To ptcparo
Hitch ailicloH ol woolen ami cotton fnb
ricM on hanil in liavu not yet been cub
niillnil to tlio DioeofS, un additional sum
of SI. 000,000 linsliuon nskiid in tlio es
timate for i lie foiiiuip hsoal year.
L would prefer, rather thin bo figh't-
iu- moths at micIimi immense expense,
to give tbciii uiiifoniw nway. Obsorvl)
tho.so eminent colored palrioU in tlio
gallon ! They fit with us so regitbrly
Great laughter. 1 hoy toil nut,
iatmlitcil neither do they epin. 'J buy
.lie nut (hi; liliei ol thu vnlloy! Vet
Solomon in all bis glory would not bo
nt rayed like litem, if thoy were clothed
with thco fky-ulite itnilorms: tie
iinwcil l.iit"htcrl 'I'licv sit votidor.'un
il'onuly, day after day: and why not in
uniforms? Lot thorn appear in the inl
leiy properly m rayed in the color.- ol'
tho republic lieuvonlv blue! Laugh
Why, .Mr. (.'liainuaii, any mail who
does littsincj.H, instead of pavinf at tbo
rate of WUU.OOO or $-1 00,000 in two or
tlneo ve.tr.i to prevent moths from cot
lini into elotbinc, Avouldf-oll tliowbolo
eoiiecin out. .Moths mo evidence of
lnzincM and ncp;lijrcticc. Jlut T am
firowiii" pernonal. It lakes more to
keep out tbo motbs than the elotliint;
nnd clothes aie worth necordiuir to our
syi-tem of finanee. It is very curious
that I hint fo muoli "motr.caten clot It
in-j" hold. At the depots of Jefferson
villo and I'liiladolpliia alone, according;
to Iho Jtt:srtcrisiator s report there
i-old af follows :
.! i'.'.1 i-n til il!c,
f;!ii,ii) -is -i'li.tr.i i
I'M.um .t.s 2ff'.iti."i ,
un.iHw :: -jj.'i.iiS!!
T.'lrit iK.VU (W I.I I'l.i-i.! Kl i.l."i(i,li-!s I!
ii t tie motitc.iieu clonics nrinsr t-o
much, what is tho rest, the unmolli
eaten clothes and cloth '.' Who iudscj
ol tho extent of the damage of tho iu
uocont and hungry moth ? Whoro nro
tho ospert eoutnictors and tailors '!
pass this bv, to insist on tho practica
ouestioii, no hand to Iced moth. V 'fliis
is not a political conundrum. Why, if
there is so much clothing on band, does
the ljuavtcrniastor say thatthe approp
nation for clothing for the pai-t ftsca
year .was 1100,000? Wliy were the
expenditure, on account of clothing
and eidpp.tgo during tho the fame 110
riod 88r.S,ll2 07 ? Oh, it is said that
thero weio new styles. Oh,onl,Monintr
h' I'rcmltnt! Newhtylcs! Now tin!
forms arc ordered for tha army. Well,
why Miould not tho J'ro.-li fashion.s be
made of now goods, under fre.sh con
tracts, from time tc time V Why not
loil the moth of bis proy '!
N'ow, sir, whit, or rather who. ate
these moths? 1 1 is a matter of much
concern to our fiiiuilie'. Our women
ought to know. Science ought to tell
us. Scripture ah ! 1 too my friend
from Massachusetts is impatient. Ho
is about to arise. 1 am afraid ho will
mnko a scriptural illuctr.it ion. lie is
thinking of that placo whoro "moth
and rust do not corrupt rLatightor
Several voices "Whoro thieves
break through and ttcal."
Mr. L'ox I did not know the
IlotiFO was so nccouiplishcd in the
Scripture., f liaugi.ter.J
I think tlio gentleman (Mr. I)awe'
was about to apply it to tho Ilomocratie
Mile of the House. I havo anticipated
him by a more appropriate application.
The wholOjiloui-.o, including tlio lilies
of tho gallery, know just wheio tbi.s
What is the moth, .Mr. Cliarman? 1
have looked hint up laughter and
(holding up an illustration in Cham
bers Knoyelopedin. volume (i), them ho
i. Great laughter. Thcjo are toveral
The nm'li i a butgl.tr, a nocturnal
rcs'al. Thcio ate many families of
them, it is worth while, since it
coats us nearly half a million to watch
this enemy, to know his power. Do not
think it insignificant, because it io of
tbo butterfly species, it brilles with
tiiininoe ! brum baso to apex those
tmkimoc aro pectinated, especially iu
the !iiale?laug!ilor ; and aie formid
ii bio cither in tho larva or chrysalis
elate. I tpcal: not of the beauty of
their color : i profer to refer to tho
number of their egg. I f there is otto
moth I prefer to another il is tbo haw
moth ; but thoMackoy is one I havo lion:
pietorially iiht-tratcd holding up tho
volume. Tho lau'tov moth is rcpto-.-onted
in politics dirst, by thif holt
of eggs ; second, as tho eaterpillcr,
third, a the pupa in the co-coon j Mid
then tho fiill-lledged insect, for which
wo pay bo much hi this army bill.
Now, after thi analysis of litis in
eotj I would like to know from tho
distinguished gcutlciinu .from Vow
York, my uollo.igg, .(.M,r. Wheeler.)
whether tho Jttutb, to protect uu.' army
clothing for which he would gho this
!5.iU,UUU, la tho J'imLhh moth ut .m
IikIh. f .:iuAiin- l Ln( ihrn ....
kill' th:ll iDii'timi f I'ftir..trtil
Mr. V lmyler Tim cnuLli'iunn mini 1.
low mn mm. i tima lo ru'lrtsli my entoiiio-
lopn-ai biiuwiuoci). i daughter.!
-Mr t!os 1 knew ilut J could not get
a satisfactory reply. When I llrst road
i i vfonunrwi, iu my simplicity, why so
i "iucl1 mony should bo spent for such a
tmrm,u tv ,.,., itM ... ,..u,
mi.s by idling out old and unfaiblonablu
i urmy clothos. Cut tint: about in
my tiuiplo way, I remembered that tho
only preventtvuot moth was enuil, Tnon
as un t (itricinitt I locked up thu price ot.
ii. t ..... i i . . . , t t i
.i u sou mu a u in suju. J. icuuu
tho larlll' was fiO cents tier tnuind. Kvery
snee , wa about a eout, to protcrt Amer
ican mauupiciurori irom loroign snoe.ea.
Hence, I was nbout to loll hov; much It
would 'eil tif, utliV and all, to provent
llic.to doscruntlvo mothii, l-,v usln'g tills ar
ticloot snun", when lo1 1 'found an adju
tant In. my friend fro-ii Keir.UPky, (.Mr.
This pAintddet U tho re-ull of our in-
"rrvservatiun of clotting aim (ipiipr.go
of tho army nnd navy by llio prooo-s of
Oowles .V Co., for moth,'' olc. This U Juu
out 187U. There Is no tobacco, no pep
per, no cairphor, no lu.it her chips, which
our mothors used. In plain words, thoy
um some sort of so.Utlon. I cues, ft
smell liaJly P'jrlisps petroleum; but
whatover it H It costs uio'iey. mid has tho
"imprimatur'' of our beft ollloera. This
pamphlet haa b tolerably ftlr reprcii)nta
tloli of Ihorlsults Of thonr.orouoph) tin
can eaterpillcr, which break its ogg and
gnea Into a cocoon nin.lo out of
tlio Hull It focds pn, at tho ralo of,
y SSlr'.f.U") n.)oar. Hut now docs this
pun wo pay so iiiueli Tor snvo mr govern.
inont? Alenrs. Cowlcs A Co, say tint
they foak every thread aud lihor. Th'ty
leave tho goods Iu Iho solution for hours";
then thoy dry them on a inachlno which
makes, 1 think, DUO revolutions tier min
ute. This miikne the saturation more per.
-Mr. Wheeler I de'lro to ask tnv col
lenguo n (pjcstlon. lias bo studied tho
history ot tho parly moth ? It has fed on
hit parly, nnd no chenifcol profess, his vt
been Invented, 1 believe, lo stov its .rava
ges. I hHlzbler
-Mr. uox I oniillod, ils tin House will
, cut of dtleronco to tho majority and
thoir feelings, lodraw any parti.'.n or po
litfc.il k'Ssnn out tf theo inotba and their
prcaaiory i.fii'iis. l I'lOguinf. 1 I havo
iniitorisls, huwovtr, for a speech of an
hour and a quarter mi that jvilii, f tbo
geutlenmn w ill al ow mo, I will say it is
mostly In connection with tbo Adminis
And, sir, much 1 um challenged to it by
my rnen-l net provoke.', f r ho novur
provoke any ono, except lo ndmiro him,
and bivohiui, tho uioro ono knows htm
I will I'tvdeavor to lead in tho lifo and
character ot tho math soni- of thoso attri
butes which aro nuking tli'ipo-ipl regard
the Administratis! so chrufuilv.
Tho real moth that wa havo lo doal
with, In a political way, is a comijinatlon
ot tho lackey moth, winch eoiiernllv
haunts tho White House and liovorj about
tbo purl lent of power, and tho bwk moth
which ii hometlmoA in tho s.rmy or educa
ted tlicro. All those moth.1, you will lltnl,
havo n pnliticil nnd ilcatnictlvo signill
cr.nco. Jfyou note how they aro hslch.
ei'i Low they hide in cocoons; Knw thoy
cri'cp into dark places through crannies,
bow ihcy gn into chiji l where goods are
storndj how thev lie oil 'umaiar ipjletly.
( Laughter; tbe moinlurs galherltig about
.linniKv OV C1I AllACtKIJo.
. I )1 -l-.-t-li Iinu.jiir.il Adtliesat dlisoiv )
Soinn aro ! opinion that tho turcU
judgu of youthful oharactdr murlhcatu
tur, and there i a p,usag in lsocratos on
this bond not without interest, lie was
an accotiipl'nL'.: instructor, and be tells
us bo always f tudiu.l to diteoror thu oent
of thoso wild fcitunddd hla lectured. So,
after duo observation, ho would
say to one,' "jou aro inleude.l for
tetlon, aud tha camp is tlio life
that will bf.'omo you;" to anoth(-.r, "Vou
should rultiv.itH poulrji" a third was
adapted to the patsianatQ osercitatlons of
tho l'n,T.; v.'hlloh lourth whs clearly des
tined for tho grovoi and porticoes of
philosophy. Tl.o esrly .lesulu who were
Mauler of cJuuallun, wurn Boointomul to
to keep secret rejilers of tbeir ubsprva
liens on ihclr ptif lls; and generations
afterwards, whon theo records wera ex
amined, Il is said ihft happy presclcneo
of their icmrki wus strikingly
proved by tbo nthseiiucnt suc
cois of many who IimI attained
fumo In arts and arms. Hut tho Jesuits,
goatlemen, wbalovor thoy may bo now,
woro thou very clever men; and I must
conies? that I r.m doubtful vbelhor tlio
judgment of tutors in general would boa.,
infallible as that of fsocritos. In tho llrst
plaen, a just perception of thn character
:s ulivays n km gift. When po.'icssod in
n high degree, it Is tho quality which
ipeclully Indicates tho leader of men. It
Ij that which enables a gcnernl or minis
ter to select tlio lit instrument for 'tho
public purpose. without which
all tho preparations for u cam
paign, howfvarcoslly and complete, may
ho renderoil fruitlf , nnd all tho dcliborn
UoiiB of counoils and all tbo discussions
of ptirliomcnt prove tnerodust wtl wind.
Kcholsrs aod philoeophors are, in general,
too much nbsurbed in their own peculiar
studies and pursuits to 1m skilled in tbo
discrimination of character ; and if tho
aplltudo of a pupil is rocognizid by them,
it is generally when ho has evinced n dis
position to excel in somo branch of ac
puirnmcnt which has etablihnd thcirown
Tin: Now York Horuhl ignore tho
Mississippi rivor iu its schemu of cheap
transportation. K sjwaks of Montreal,
lUitimoro and other mnli'ard citie as
hnvluix attempted to leiit Now Vork in a
race of vital itnportanco to her commer
cial interests, but lgtu.ro St J.ouls nnd
Ishw (Jrleaos, as if they had nothing
whatever to do with transnortation. Then
comes a Eugeiestion that Now York mutt
bsstir herself, if rhn wi.hej to maintain
hnr magnitleont position vs "CnpUal of
tho Continent." It ,j admitted that
"while tho grain trade of Montreal end
f llHltimoro lies incroad nosrly two hun
dred and llfty per cent ttneo 185(1, that
of is'oiv Yotl? has only incroaed llfty jicr
cent." Tbi is attributed to tho want of
cheap triiDsp'irliitlon, and tho iibsenca of
proper stomgn freilitles In New York.
Iseforo tho nlovi of tho decatle, New Or
leans will havo something to say about thn
grain Iradii. Now Orleans Times.
a iiiat.a.ti icrui. .m'Aiit.
C'lNct.VNAri, l-'iibrit'iry 18. A disgrace
ful affair occurred on J'oitrth.streot to-day,
tho parties interested bulng A. 11. Mullott,
United Klr.tcs puporvlsirg architect nnd
Hon. -iarry Koji-lur, of this city. Tho
.alter wnt nominate' by tho prosldont for
piisttuast'T of Clnciunall, but lor onio
icaaoii his nauiii was withdrawn. Meet
ing Mr. Mullult on tho t-trcot to-day ho
accused bun of being tho ealiso of it, Air.
Mullett dnniol tho charge, when Mr.
Ko.'Slor culled him n liar; -Mr. Mullott ic
mjotod it by bi'.tiiu't Mr. lCuslcr in iho
luce, whuroupim Mr. Koislur touk Mr.
Mullull by tho hair anil jarked him
Hrutind ptotty hvuly lor imomont. Tho
battlo ended without either showing any
i'JMK ol iunittmictil.
W.iMtisoTON, robruary IT.. r..r tho
Lower Lakes and Middle Atlantic) Stntof,
lower b'irouieier, outorly winds, cloudy
or threatening weathor.
b'or thu Bimth Atlantlo fltntes, falllng
bnrotncler and cloudy woathor.
I'or thu (iulf States, filling b irouif.lu r
Bouthoastcrly wind and jwslblv rain.
Tor iho Ohio Volleyi Upper- 1-skes and
tho Northwest, fiilllnu' barometer, tooth
easterly to sout'iwoslcrly winds, cloudy
weathor and possibly rain, followed by
northwesterly winds Thursday evening,
In tho ovtri'i " voi't an I Mifso'iri
Reported Expressly for tlio Bulletin,
JL JI Ii JJiLLJJU I I
yi:sti:i:da vs conuksshxai. hi:-
m'Tl.lIK S llIhhTO 1ICC(J(JMZr.(I0l)
AND Till: CJHUSTIAN UKMdlOX
is Tin: CONSTITUTION,
l.All) ON 1'Hi: TAItliK.
THU IN MIAN M'AK-TIIN t'OM.VN-
(iiss u:nt to tim: iiaim-v
IIUNTINIi (ll!0LNII., ,
insAsruors I'un: in
TIll.lMJl.AI'HIOMAinil.T.VNO I'.IVI It
Wasiiinotox, Kebruary IS Tho war
department his advices trom 1'oxns that
l.ieut.-Unl. llueil with a command eon
tilling of purls of companies 1) and (! of
Hie lentli euvilry aul intiin Tonka
scouts, struck n small camp ot Com&nches
on loiiut JlounUm tori: on tlio 111 Hi Init ,
and lilkdten Indians and capturi'd all
their stock, eotisuting of sixty-four horses,
(lALVitsTJ.v, I'ebrusry 1H. Tito Nows'
spvvisl front Austin says thnt sis clti?."iis
of lieivor urook, near bort MP, Mexv
robbvl of thulr horsnj by Klowi; Indian,
from tho reservation, l-'orty lioid ol
horses nnd miil-s worn atoten from the
riuehH on the ltio tjrj-.iid', tbirtv miles
abovo i'orl ( 'ultiiiaii.
Omaiii, Neb., rebftiarv 19. Thirty
or forty Indiaus weimsno .Monday iiflr
noon sev-m miles abovo tho upper cross
ing i.f tho Ilorsoali'io, by the Meut. Alius,
who with a bolye.f men wcro gathering
tip ltio heel herd at l orl I'eltnruian
which bad been stampceded Sunday nhht
Ho did dsre not leave tho herd to hUpu'c
Infuritmtlon recoivod to-day trom
Agon. .Sprilie nay. : "l'hu iir pirtius of
Mtnnlciiiijous havo ull gone north, burn
lug tho prairis btdiind thaoi.'
lted Cloud inform mo that a nifl-fer.g-'
ciiiio from Ulftok Twins and s.avs Ins, tils
party will cmno in, but that Or.'.y
llorso and party will I do tho
.Miunicordous. I havo told lbn Ojallaliei
plainly thit tlio army will titriku thoso
Indians, and they must choose oo'.weon
lichting them or tlio unite I Mutes
They havo chosen to sU'id by thoir
apency and thu United "'tute', r.i.d thoy
can bo tteiinnuol on in this c.a'd. 1 am
making ell'iut to utilto tho 0nllalln aud
Uriiuls in ilclelHO of this part ot tho coun
try. vitXi ioj:;,
A rohvliveof Ithi'i Horse, startil fur tho
lllaek Hills to-.Uy, t.t giithnr informition
of tbo tuovem":!1. of tho North
ern Sioux. Thorn aro a num
ber ot O-fHllnlles, In tho North now.
Thore nro n number of Minniecnjouv
and fiansards remii'iing nbout tho dr.l'er
nnt eampsof tho agency, for what pur
po?o Is not known, nr.t a gow! onn I think
Agent Knrilla mys ho sujiposus these In
dians will bo speoilily punished and to
(uoststo bo kept advised of military mo
tions Hint ho may bo prepired to give in
formation and keep the Ogallalhis out of
tho wny. Ho U getting all property
and whitj men insldo of Iho stock.vlos
....6. .1 i.
a eeiuiNAL vnoit knoi.and.
Nkw Yoc.k, February lb. Jitcpben
It.iyuiot.d, charged wilh being ono of tho
ring leaders of a bind who operated in
"Wall street and njsewliero la.-t funimcr,
with forged auetirltle'i arrived in this
city in charge of a private detective and
U now in tho Tomb. Tho g.ng pulsed
over live hundred thousand didWrs worth
of forged bonds on tbo Central and liul
I'ulo and Kris r.tilronds, and i,ero about
lo throw on tho market n vast num
ber of 1'raudnlorit bondi of the Vifcstorn
Union loh'-graph company when detect,
IX". Alvot Illalidel, notorious I'rjm liiv
in bis nanifi ass.ouiatud with the Cunning-haiii-Uutdcll
maidnr, .nnd who tc-rvul n
short time in Sing Sing for running an
ohclt whisky dlntillory, hr.s betn nrtestod,
and, it is alleged, that a largo number oi
bonds worn louud prop.ir.:d in 'u
nt'Ti.ntt s now.
(iso. II. Ilutlur, lato Unit-d State, eon.
iul to Kgypt, and Abraham .Mcade.thoatro
ticket soMor, got into a dttllculty at Nib
lo's garden, in the course of which the
former usad his osne, but was removed be
foru any dnoiugo oould bi dono. A wur
rant has boon its'iud for tho arrest of ilut
lor. A I'lLOniltAOK.
A (ooiluittue of the Citholic Union aro
prop'iiing lor jiilgrlmagvi to Homo and
elsewhere, by Catholics of tbi. country.
It is proposed to leave not laler than the
middle of May.
UONK TO WASIIIKOTO.V.
Kx l'.-etident llioz, of S-tn Domingo,
has gono lo 'Washington.
N:w Ohuuks, February 13. A mssi
meetliig of citizens, opposad to tli j us urp
ation of tho govoriirucnt of tho, statn was
hold at Kxposltlon ball thl wooing under
tho auspices of Iho committee of 70. A
thousand to twelve hundred petvons woro
proiont and several nddr-ii-i'A woro de
livered, and tho resolution adopted that
tlio t'ovommant, elected in November of
187'.',' of whleh MoKnory is tho head, bo
recognized, or in default thereof Hist tho
government bo suspended by military or
provisional rule, and anew election order
ed under federal lanpic, as the be-t thut
can t o accorded.
I in: 'n"1 Vl ' arAi k
Has be;uu In .lorioy City, l.ait uveuing
JI ladle proceeded to a billisrd tnloon,
futd kneeled In prayer and spent half an
hour in exhirting. Thoy woro greeted
with liiejfnrsof thn men, and left with,
out Kneiiiing to Lhvu uudo tho linprosilon
they desiri d.
tii k Dis'rn.MrKi;
Which provaiU among the bur., in thh
oitv, thought to bo routined to tie) sttigo
and etreot car horses, Is found q tho
Unblcs of lending xpres compneias, also
In tbo livery nnd private- Mnbles,
Omaha, February 15, An averaga ef
twenty car of California barlny nrj pass,
itig eastward dully- thirty fw i sri.hr.
i J tcilsv
W i -ill i kotos', Fohrusry lfi Tha cn
teoted.clcctlon esse Irom thu third con
grcislonal dtttrlot of Arkansas, came up
on a motion' to roconslder und lay on thu
tabpj tho vo!b' of vi.slp.rdav ilerlarlni
Wll.hlrn ontltlod,yir'iiiu ittftr, to tho scat.
mi minimi ii, rtconsiuer was lam on mo
table. Yioi III.-.. Nnvs l'9. Wllshlro
whs then sworn In.tnkluL' thn "Iron elml"
.Mr. l'ry fretii the Judiciary committeo
reportod a bill providing" tlul my pursnn
wljo shall bo convicted of tho crime of
manslaughter In any United States court
l.i any slats or territory or
In tho DlstrhU of Columbia, shall
lo IniprhionuJ not fxcml.ni' twentv
yenis at-d lined not less this ft ono thous
and dollars, llu stated tliul under the
existing law the matinu.m Imprisonment
tor manslaughter is three years. After
tlio suggestions from li-tw rotic-. Itsss an I
others, fry itnortod a proviso that lliua'-t
shall not olloi't any prosecution now pond
lng,or proieeiition of any ollunsn already
.Mr. Iku'er nW-d Jlr. Kr.v t.. let
blm oll'or an nmciidiiicii', vlr. thi.t
I iiui hmont lor minder shall bi) Imprison
men', for lllo.
JMr. Try decliifd and tho liill wat
-Mr. ! iv from llio same commltlco ro
portola bill making tlio tumlshtni'iit for
:zl :rllon liy olhccrs or par. on acting tin
ier lt:o authority ot thu Uuitiiit Mates, a
111 o i ot exceeding J&tM and impriioiimunl
not x' coiling three years ; passed.
Ai a lit 1 1 tiMvuiui: that no t"rinii
hull lo proieeut'-d, trlud or ptiios'iid
In any I 'lilted State! court fur any
lileioc net capital or for any tlm.'
or f rftituro under any penal
e'.stu'.i unless iualcteil or tie
i n fur iia'ion shall bn found or in-litulod
wilhbi livo ye.us, ox.'i-pt in esse of pjr
Si'nc tlcnlnu from luttico. l'a-f'-d
Al.'o a tiill prjviding that when mi ic
curant of public land, having eoior
title, has made valuable ImptotemcnU
the loco, and hi ti'ls is louti'i utitrwar.is
not to b 1 goo.1, ho i-bn'l bo untitle 1 to 1 11
rights and rtti -ill nl provided in lOtch
c.iss in their r pin'tivo states
or territuriui. IVsol. Pry also reported
a hill r.tuvnling that in trih's ot tr.ii'.cl
mcnt', information, i nu plaints and o.U-r
prooaPitin; In I . S, Lourls, purson
charge.! siiaii, r.t tlulr own tefjue-t Mil
not (.tl.erwUe, bo eointietent witn,.is
the bill to opnlv to ll pros-cultons new
plotting. 0.1 motion of Uoeh tho bill
wat made t i apsly t'i emi't mirtUIs ai d
co'irtJ ot Inaslry, Afiur ilUcussla tha
bill was ps-i-Kd.
I'ulard froai the i.idhl.irT coiiimitto m
portol a bill lo provide lor deducting any
duhl duo lo tho I. lute I ttaP'S Irom my
judgement recovered at,'a!nt tho United
States bv unv dbt jr. lUssnd.
ilutler of Msnuch'iiet'j. final the sauih
coiiiinittco, ui ido a t -porl .r tm inorUl for
the ackniiwledeeiiient jt Almitttitr It id
and tho Christian religion in th eunttitu
tinu of thti United S'.att". I.aIJ un thu
Th" bill roMirto,! bv thi noil ofll--
commi'.ti-'i in tegird t) distribution
of diKiimtnls printed by the aut'iorlly
of Cungre', and seeds fiin!shed by the
ngriculturiil dop.irtmotit, a'iid fur tho frf'i
exchaiiL") ot newspapers bvtwurn liub
lijlmrs, and for tho freo transmission of
weekly newspapers by m. II, within the
county wrore tiny aru publish!.
l'l.clter went to'tpsal: In support of il;
mil. without action, tbo House toox
rticii till 7:30 p.m.
TUB OHIO TATK OIllVOK.
Cixoi.n'nati, robruary IS. Thn stlo
gringo nt Conia to-laT. wasjeil a resolu
tlnn i.iidursim thn wnmen's tomperanco
movement and pli'lgli"j Its support Tlio
temp.iran'.'ij movemonl cimmei.cjd in tiio
town of McUntuiMlsvlilrt tn-dny with ono
hundred and forty women. Diilnwaro re
ports that tho work commoucod ther.i last
ive'l:. In .onia, Sprlngtlild and Oxford
tao wori is going forward vigorously.
o - --
J.ixcol;.. robruary is Tho wo. inns
temperance movement his been inrtuu
rated Itoro, nnd vosterday afternoon thoy
visited saloon". At ono phico tb crowd
was so great that tho lloor eavo wjv and
a ftiiv porions were Injured. S.iloon mon
tbreton to Invoke tho law. W
(J.'lleu ol Obrcriation, SL'lul Sen he t.
army. Daily n-poil ot the stage ol water.
who iiih cnangci (or me si iiniirs enuin
:i oVIoel; p. iu., I'ebriiary IS, JIHT t.
( Above Chaogt-."
i low i
stations. water.ii I'.iso. Kali,
Jt-ll-jj mn City
Kai vis City..
; i o
ri o, ii! ii
0 ' 0; 0
U ()! (I
0 0 0
I (I II.
"li.'low high water niais.
CDNVI.V Html II,
obi-cnor ftij;. Ser. U. .s. A
Yii'KMiumi, Vbbruary JK Doru
Not'Jhez, Up Unnniu Tutum,
NA-.IIVII.I.K, February IS.-Klvor still
rising with 20 feet on tlm -.IiohIs. Weather
cloudy and cool, Arrived and depurtod
II H CjoIc, l'adueah.
Nkw Oiii.ca.vs, February !. No or
rlyais. Uopartod Mary Houston and
John ICIlgotir, for Ohio river; tlrcst Ke
public, for St. Louis; Katie, .'or Oiileot
City. Clear end pleasant.
Cli'ci.NKATI, l''otirury 1.'). Itiier ris
ing with II. fuot in Um cluiuind. Arrived
Nick LoDgworth, Now Oilounr; Law
rrnce, Nashville. Dspartod (llmriuer,
Kvansvillc; Thomas Shorlock, Now Or
Irani; ISxchange, rillsburg; Vital W, St.
MEMl'ius, robruary 18. Y.'eather
cloudy Bnd cool. Itiver falllug eteadlly.
Dapirti-d Hollo of Toras,Arkansai rlvoi;
Ii-rhl Tender, AVhitu -rivor; Jlodmann,
ItogerJ and parknr, Cincinnati; Louisville
ami Tain, Now Orleans; Colorado, Viski-
V lll IJ. t I- '
iiirg; iioioiia, 5v j.iiiii.
KiA.ssvn.i.K, I'libruary JS, VuHthcr
cloudy; snowod last night with ilgtH of a
big anow. Mcr.-ury (U to 10, Jllvor risrn
3 inches. Up l''nyotto, Hnborts, .) N
Miller, Mam Itoberts wlthbur"f s,itid Idle
wild. Down llxporlar, Silvcrthnro,
(Irey Kagle, Arkansas 'Jsll.i and Hud
Li-d Hufincii K"cd.
Maihuii, IVhriurv IK. (len .'Jniarionn
and ?r!mo do It'tvara havu ontd tho
foiccs hear Tartagalot.
liOMioN, l'ebrusrv 18. A liuiiiber i if
racing cups nnd much Jewelry, storsj in
aniieohcnicot). liiirnnil hsI Ft dsv. (inn
insuranco company is raid to be cripple i
by its louts, .
. . ...
I )i: nu or, Mien, l'dhruary 1.1 A
(lie this mornhig coinpli-Uly dn'iiulisheil
tlio factory of thu nrtliwetiern i.hgr and
iohceo eiitiinativ on Itinilolnh stfH.t
I.ns iMCi ,000. lntiired fur about il.-
I.ndi A.v.i ivr.iis, I',ibrury Is A s mil I
olevHtor owned by A. Taylor, was ' ar.
tially ilu-troyed by Are to night. Uutueon
seven and night IhouiMid Luhliels of o,u
and euro buriicd. Loss nbout -(.4(100; pr
tiallv covered by iiisuraiicn In the Under-
wrtters end Kranklin of thl citv.
Imh.in'ai-oi.h, Knhru-iry l-l'rd-
rlck MnsiiKiu, a grocery meri.harit of tbi
city, whi fatally lejurod this aftoruuoii
no was drivir.g a heavily Inadod wagon
when tho team be ant frightnnoil and tsn
awny. Mr. Mumun wis thrown under
the wheels and run i vir.
1'ollco Ollltur WllllMlil J'urwald did at
neon to-day from lejurle resived by Um
aceltlntitnl (Ii-oImtij of his piitol Ust
1'lllt.AiJLi-niA, l'obruary S.okt.
ley's uiajorlty for mayor foots up to -10JiiJJ;
thu lt!publlcn msjorili' tor snltcity, Ii
5lH, hnd for. meal ver of" it xo, 13,1)00. Kiv
women in tiv- ruirti-entli ward aro
uleetod school din ..'tors on the 1! .-public 'i
nuiiet. i)-ui.'cruis gain in inituln'rs or tlm
coiiimiiii council In ttimu wards. .Mn
Cluro said last Ilight ho was cheated out
of his elrctlon,atU rumor picvailt that liu
will eitn st it.
"ills -.no, February It1. lVtltlous weu
iu circulation on 't'h.ingo to-lay, and la.
colved tbo slgnr.ltirc of sevoml hundred
tueuil.'ers, npjioaling to Congrets lo adopt
no inci'iirea for incrvu'ilig tLu presenl
volume of psper turrency.
Special dispstchi's itatn thtt the tuin
pofni.cj iiiivenitit hot been Hrtid nt
Manchester, luwa,aitd l.lnr.dn, Nebmska.
A band of women In each ef Iheo places
havu alrcvly vl iti a cumber 1 tlm
loons nnd bold rrvi(e.
MsMfi't, I'.bruiry IS. Klour do I
and utp-hHnK''d. UJf" '"! lower .1 4
Curn firm 'Jic. Oils dull but holder j
not willing to mko oneestions, 4Sc of
tercd. 1 1 -ty tlul and iric'i re noniin.l.
Ilrnn quiet and weik. If l'roy "ions
qtitot inn unulmngbd.
ClNflN.s An, February H ilo'ir
tedy and uochsnged. Who.it. 1 0fu..
I 4". I'.ntn tWA '. "ulti and
stead v Itvo tirm I ("I. liarley
lirm. No 2 lilt 1 Jt-.ril VS. Kirg adj.
Uullur .'Inner, for beet gradi", Cheeio
Onn. 1'ork, dull und nrni'ul 1" CD,
I.ard, dull and nominal, steam ipiotod nt
ft",, keltlo PfT. V l.lfi. Itulk mests, should
ers nr.;; clear rib 77: clear !!
ccn dull and drooping; .boulders &, clear
rib H.eVJ; dears'). Whliky rinn
St I.oois. Februarv 17. -Flour . K
25r-0j .'XXfM5fa'i25; fiti'lly, 'IS
(n 2.'. AVhnat llrmer, fur sprlog No 'i
lW -O, fall quiet and tinehuturod
Corn llrmer, No 2 mixed .'. &(?,; 0c. Uats
In better demand and higher, No 'J inlied
17c. llsrloy steady, No I spring 1 M firt
7o; cholco Western and Northern t! Oil
Hye dul and lowor, No 2 3Cc. Pork dull
llaoon oilier for buyers country, shrub
ders Cj; clair sides ."J c'oir rib 8J. Lar.l
more hctive, s'eim Whiskey steady
Ciiic-aoo, Kiibntary IP. Flour dull and
unchanged. "Wheat demand active ami
higher, No 1 spring 1 Jlftl IMJi No 2
t I'.ica-b, 1 20 March; 1 Hi J April; No i
I II. Com demand actlvn and advanced.
No 2 mixed 57 cash; .17; March; 6S
April. Nats, fair doinnid and advanced,
No 2, "5 cash; I I March. Ityo scarcu and
llrtn; No Ilf7i,8lj. Hirley quiet and
wosk; No 2,1 rO; western 1 e5rl 67; .No
t', I (13. l'ork dull and declined to It II
cash; 11 20 March; II 40 April. Lard,
quiet ad unehanc'id. Hulk meats steady
and unchanged. 'Whisky, isir demand a"t
lower rates aO.
Nkw OiiLKAXf, February 18. Flour
hippinc lots scare", supper . 00; XX
0 00; XXX 7 007 tO; family 7 75(..,rt.
Corn dull and lower; yullow ScOv-S'l. Oats,
dull and scirci OViVjOl. Hran tfull t)7('l
Hay dull, clioico 21. 1'orK dull at lfi; dry
salt menu quiet at G81; 8 packed,
llaoon dull at 7'1oT'fJ; bams 12G()l2.j. Lard
dull, tierce 'JCb0 ke!l 10. Sugar dull,
inferior firijj common C(Tf(i; lair Cj.
7; prime Hi; ohnlco 0. Mcjlaites dull, iu
fiirlor 30; prima fermenting 44. Colliyi
oulet iilJ6"..2y. Corn meal scarco and
lirm at 4 00. Whisky lowor, Louisiana
0t; Cincinnati 1 0t.
noon nil m nt
Corner Twelfth street and WaMilngiou Avu
J. O. HUELS, v
(Lite of at. Louts,)
BOOK HINDER AND HUNK HOOK
IlLANK" SlOOKHnt nvory ilesrrtptlonriona
with ncaticr and illvii.iti'.li. All klmi nt
ruling dono at fcbort notleo. ISlhlce. Jluslo.
Msrazlnc. aud 1'eriodical.i bound uoatauil
it tho lowest pni!sllio rates.
Comity work. Mich a. Iteeord, Dot.Uet
1- en IIoqIch, Itlanhs, eio,. inudo a pociallr.
Ilnxcs, I'nuket llooksJ-hnelolH, etc., made
o older. 11-21.
U. NVlNrJTON .fe DO.,
ill' All KftTAriC AGENTS
7 ("H-'OIli IVOOH) OHIO LHVNH,
IIUV AMi bSM. HtAf. KrlTATB,
XnuHlHIJ A(l)'ltA(irH OK TlTI.K