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I1N0 UAIKO DAILY mJLLNTJN, WHPiNKSDAY, MARCH 4,1874.
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JOHN H. OUKULY. Kdltnr ami Puhllshor
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A JUDOK WHO WILL (11V1J
DECISION 1-OK TWICNTY
tWashltiglon Correspondent of the New
Hvt and unoxpoctnd developments
toro mndo to-day In tliu cut a ol Judge
Durell, beforo tlio sub-coninilltoo of tho
Homo Judlclarjr committee, in tho vx
nmlnttlon of Mrs. -Myrn Clarko (initio.,
of Now Orleans, it nppoar tlint .Mrs.
Gainos called the attantion of .Mr. HIiir.
ham, whllo chairman of llm jmliclnry
committee four yoara ago, to tho votinlily
of Judgo Duroll fctid tils nitoclnta In llm
allogod corrupt conduct of tlio all'Mr "1
tho court, K. K. Norton, assignee In hank
ruptcy. Judgo lllnpliani proponed to in-
Vnttlpttn tllnpHlntnil If lint Imtttnitnv tukr.
ranted to proparo nrtlclc of impeach-
.Hunt nauiih iuuc,u uuroii. x noy woro
to havo boon roportod to tlio llinmo.
Huilneia unexpectedly called Mrs,
tiainoa from Washington, nml
tha mtLtAr wii rlrnMiml 'l'Ma fun I.....
--,iumi .in ...v., um
lllg bon pretonted to tho sub-committon
nl..t...l ... !. I .1
wuiutuu o inuu losiunony in i no unroll
cuoMri. Gaines va summoned before
Worn to-day, and was oxamlnoil at Innijth
by Mossra. Wilson, Cessna and Ktdrldun.
Tht) tcatlmony of Mrs. Oaines. wan sub
stantially a follows, and 1 reirnrdud ns of
' 'auch a character as to rcpilro tho prompt
r presentation of articles of Imponchmoiii:
Not lonp after Judgo Unroll was up
pointed, Mra. Oanos, who lind known him
for yoara as a member of tho Now Orleans
bar, called upon him nt tho I'ifth Avormn
Hotel, Now Yoik, to cont;ratuliito Mm on
hla olevatlon to tho honrli, two otlior wlt
ncaaet holm: present. Airs. Oalnos said:
"Though you aro opposed to mo as trustee
of tho Union coiiipany.wlileh bought one.
half of a judgment against tho estate or
my father, which win fraudulent, yon poo
that 1 am alncoro In my congratulations,
Inco I Hi us cnll on you in tho fnco or that
tato of facta." To which tho judgo re
pliod : "Tiiat appointniont is merely
nominal. I havo no Intorest wliatnvor In
It add thoroforo 1 can alt In vour can."
When Judgo Duroll wont to N.iw Orleans
aftorwarda ho carried out tho mandntn In
tho Honnlng case, reaultlng In tho salo of
two lota, which ahowod Hint ho win dlsln
toreatod. A few months aftorwarda .Mrs,
Ualnos "wroto to her agont, llr. Ktono, ink
ing to bo pormltted to havo a receiver ap
pointed to collect tho rents
of her ostato, to b deposited in
Judgo Durnll's Oourt for aafo kooping.
Ooneral flood, lato of tho Conroloratn
army, waa rooommondod, and had tho
requialto and vary Inrgo aurotloj to oomo
forward, but Judgo Duroll refused to up
point him. To hor lottor .Mr. Stono ro
pliod, ahortly, "Judgo Durell ennnot sit
in your caBo, as ho is interested against
VOll." This l-rnilllv iirnrli..., I'..l...,.
7 a J . .o.ji. Hl, uniiivn,
who, on hor return to Now Orloins short
ly after, aaw hor lawyer, Mr Stono, In his
olllco, with whom tho following conversa
tion onsuod: "Don't you think, Jlr.Stono,
that Judgo Duroll's conduct is most ox
traordlnary and Inconalstcnt? Ho told
me la Now Yorlc ho bad no intoroit what
ever, and now, though oacupying tlio
arno position, ho turns round and
says he is lnterostod against mo."
Stone rspliod: "Ho will sit upon your
eases and decldo in your favor upon ccr
tain coudlUona, which aro : Shorlir l'ur
ker retaina In his hands $21,000 tor mak
ing street in tho proporty litigated for by
tho Union Company, tho liolrs of Cuvaf
liora and Davenport nnd -Mrs. Haines.
Durell can arrango it Tor you if you glvo
him $20,000. Nino thousand dollars vou
can have. Tho remainder is to bo given
to'the above namod holra, and overy other
lot In In two squares designated is to go
to Durell." "That would bo bribing Dm
Court," rojolnod Mrs. Gulnos, and Stono
aid, "What or that?" To which sho ro
pllod,"Thatls acrimoj" when tho oarn
at altornby aesortod that ir It was, no ono
would know It i that sho could do nothing,
ai iho was without n dollar;
that the did not know whon
ho would havo a Circuit Judge
In.i,ow Orloani, as Judgo Wayno was
ick ancTno othor appointniont could bo
m , , .wh" ho llvod M"l llon''0 ho
would be compollod to do It." To this alio
roapondad "abe would starve boloro fho
would." Tho following day Mrs. (lalnoa
returned tho visit of Mra. Norton, wlfo or
i?!. . s.noe J? b,inkr"ploy,who is charged
with being tho henchman of Durell, and
whllo thoro Judgo Duroll walked Into tho
parlor, to whom Mrs. Gaines snld, "Judiro
why can't you sit In my caaos ? Vour po.
ition is unchanged, and I wieh you
w,?u d.Hjrtl',6m" T "'Is tho judgo ro
pliod, 'I rofor you to Mr. Norton." In
go ng into the parlor of tho St. Charles
hotel immediately after this, sho mot
Mr. Norton and repoatod her conversa
tion with Judge Duroll, stating that ho
had roforrod hor to him. Norton answer
ed that If sho would oonaont to thn prop
osition made to her by Mr. Stono the day
before, Judge Durell would alt in her caso.
To this the said, " TJndor no circumstan
cos, sir, will I consont to that," and ab
ruplly lelt tho room. Tho conimlttoo ro
Kards thli as tho connecting link required
in the testimony to prove tho complicity
of Durell with Norton In tho corrupt
schemes nt nlnnrUo i,ini. .
ing forco,ro being brought homo to those
7,Um ,of K'Kano "foliation
and offlctal depravity rarely cxcollod, ir
quailed,. In the country. 1
Corrcfpon'denco between Grn. feherman ami
r ij-ti, uiivjs oi e.a.j
Ui.BgukTiti(9,AnMY or thk U.S. 1
Wwhlnjon, D. O., JTob. 17, 1014. f
Hon. Edmund J. Davis, Austin, Texas :
HirI kkva your lottor of Fobuary 7th
and wcept, the lasuo you mnko, and ro
lieMyou promptly of any Izaprosslon
that I only thought once beforo I spokn
the word to which you tako oxcoptlon. I
thought of the subject a bundrod tlmos,
and whon the military commlttoo makes
itt report you will find it in print It was
not a rriafttfttyiatatement but was called
ont by queetloM'of the commlttoo.
.Z eadTid o rolato why went In
prion to tteor frontier, to atcortaln tho
fact touonug theootulant incursions into
Texu of tiat). .Xlowiu nnd Comtnchea of
the rMerrMlea at Jert 8111 of Stntana't
confession U toe ojtMly and boastlngly of
Having bean'l te head of the party of
Indians that murdered tho seven out of
tho twolvo teamsters on tho road balwuon
l'crt lllchardson and (Irlllln, ono of which
murdered men was found burned nnd
lathed to a wagon-wlioolj of tho nrrost of
four ol them, and of my sending thu sur
vivors of them to tho locality wheru they
did tho mutder, for trial according to law.
You aro In error lu supposing that I
had nny authority whatever to vxciito
them at l'ort Hill, or to order their trial
by n military court or commWs'nii. 1 hud
authority lo'iUt exactly what 1 did, with
tho nsiunt and approval of tho agent,
Tntum, on tho spot, to solid them to thu
Jurisdiction of Iho court having authority
lo trv nnd punish. Oico thorn, they puss
ctl under n Tunas court and uiidor your
nullioilty m the (invnrnor of tho Htnto.
Without tho Interposition of your author
ity theso murderers would havo been
hung, ns a mutter of course, but you re
mitted thimi to Iho penitentiary nml then
ntlorwards fut them froc.
1 hollovo In making tho lour or your
frontier with a small oscort I ran tho risk
of my life, nnd 1 said to llm mlllilnry
committee wlmt I now say t.i you, that I
will not iuIii' voluntarily ussumii that risk
in tlio interest ol your frontier; that I ho
llovo that Siiutntita ami III;!; Treo will
havo their rovimgo, If they havo not al
ready had II, nnd that If inuy am to havo
scalp, that yours is tho hrsl that should
I can make no allowances t tho kind
pentlorili.m of I'liilndelphln, who were so
busy In accomplishing tho release of those
two murdorors, iiut I whs nmni'.iu mat
you, who fell tho conttnnt Infliction of
theso Texa rni''s, fhould havo yloldi-il.
As to tho proini'fs inn In you ut l'ort
Sill at thu tlmo of releasing Nmtatii; and
Illg Tree, I know nothing at nil, nnd
Innvo tlio civil atreiiU of tho ijovurnmiTit
to rei'onulln their actions utli their prom-
ses ai best Ihoy can.
I linvo tlio lienor to uo your olieiiicnl
(Slgnnd) W. T. SllHKM.K, General.
oov. PAvia iir.n.v,
At'ntiN, 'J'cxhs, I'Vhruary til, lt7l.
Mm -Your letter of tho Hith Inst., re
qulies acknowledgment; though It does
not prove that you havo thn tmrvo to coll
iers error in alutcuumt lo tho prejudice of
another ; even when tho error Ik pointed
out to you. Want of thin kind of nervn
was not what 1 had ronton to expect fr'-m
your character i. hitherto understood.
Hut now I stipposo I mimt ncoopttlm situ
ation ns without remedy. You havo said
it nod you will stick to it.
Your reply stale nothing now, save lis
the last iinriiiirtuih but ono. whom vou
mention tho rik of your own IITo I runt tlio
rnlil ol hnulHlila mm lllg Tree, as an ox
pluiiHlton perhaps ol thu vpeclal feeling
you havo ngniust those two savages, nnd
piomlso that vou "will not ni:nln volun
tarily asiiimo thnt rist: In tho interost of
your (Texas) frontier.
1 can appiecliito your IniligiiHllor. that
tlioso sciimpJsliouM Invo 1 1 ml llm iinpii
ilenco to imperil oven your lid', Hut they
aro not nloini In their rascality. Kvury
other malo Indian or tlielr tribe, over
eighteen ynar of ago, bin probably Sumo
tinio or ntlier, sinco Texas was minexed
to tho United States, beon guilty of inur
iler and robbery on tho Texas frontier,
and Is therefore equally entiteled to hang-
.S.intanla and llig Tree nnd tlioir party
ato specially comloniimlilo oiifv, beciusu
their exploit Imppeneil to scare tho Gen-nral-ln-dhief
of llie Uultod Statoi Army.
On tho other hand, tho frontiersmen may
have causa to thank tlioiu Indians for thus
liriiii'ii:!! homo to thn l'ouimandor-lu
Clllfif n roilltKllif. sritisiwif Mm ilnfu.nra nml
I oulrngea ihoy havo so long sullered An
oxporlenco ol more than twenty-six year
in Tnxasiioro than half of which hns
been pasted on that frontier hat con
vinced mo of thn nocofslty Tor Just such
an occurrence. Tho eluvatod ollicliils
from Wellington, who soimitliuos did tlio
irontlur tlio honor ol a hasty inspection,
took eitcli good earn ot tliemsolvoi that
Ihoy met no Indians, and accordingly
went homo convinced, or pretending to
bu bo, that our eoiniilnints woro hut "tho
old cry of tho wolf.'1
I mutt closo this correspondence by nn
allusion to your promise not nqalii to risk
your life on our irontlor. Disclaiming
t'jo purpose to say a sharp tliliiL', 1 imiiro
you, General, that there aro thousands or
poor follows on our frontier.wlio aro risking
nnd have for yoar risked, their lives nnd
property without hope of receiving your
largo compensation per annum, or any
otlior rownrd or honor for such risk, and
they make no talk about It.
KllMttNIi S. D.vvt .
General W. T. Sherman, C'ommtmling
U.S. A., Washington, D. U.
Ono can Judgo tomothing ol tho pa
tlonco of.llooslers Irom tho statomont of
an Indiana papor that twenty men handled
over thirty-llvo cordj-of wood to get at a
A Uan Krancisconn being annoyed by a
inudpuddhi In tho slrout, reported that he
had lost n $20 pleco therein, whereupon
the pool was speodily empted by eager
seekers aitor tho money.
Somo ono Iiiih boon looking over thu
records of tho Legislature uf West Vir
glnia and llnil that at its last nclm it
piissod a law "to prevent tho owners or
uogi irom running at large.'
A reporter on an lows papor wroto i
'Yostorday morning winter and Spring
kijsod each othor itt tho sunrise, and ouch
sprnad Its cholceu raver on tho purple
air." Ho wnt marriod nuxt day.
An editor who speak with tho air or n
man who has discovered n new fuet by ox
porlenco, savt that tho new way to pro
vont liloeilfn;; ut tlio nolo is to keep vour
noso out of othor peoplo's business.
A Gorman ontliushist, whllo C.irlylo's
"Fredrick tho Great" was issuini' from tlm
tiroes, bought n hotiso in London nnd em
barked in tho horolc enterprise of render-
Ini? It Into Itiirniiiii 1 1.. .aIa1..I
An Kaslon, I'cnnsylvanln, editor rowls
becauso tho wator company of that' place
"glvo with nvory gallon of groon water
rrom a half dozen to a doxnu ilsh." lie
wants a dozen fresh oystorJ with that
quantity of water. Somo parsons tan
nover got enough for their monoy.
"If you don't sue what you want ask for
it. Is posted up In a conspicuous placo in
a Loganajiort grocery. A tintlvo stoppod
into tno establisUment last woe);. Ho saw
tho card and remarked i want n tljn.
dollar bill, and 1 don't bdo it." "Neither
uo i , was tno laconic roply.
jiu Jijru ooiin jiusson to iiumo, at a
aocial dlnnor, "What do you consider tho
object of legislation?" "Tim groatoet
good to tho groatost numbor." "What
do you consider the groatot number?"
contlnund hu lordship. "Number one,
my lord," wat tho eo-nmonor's prompt ro'
A. t&llrir droppod out of tho rlgglni ol
a ship of war, romn ilftcon or twonty feet,
and fell plump on thn head of tho first
nontenant. "Wretch I" mid tho ntTicor,
aftorho had gathorod hlmealf up. "Whoro
thodouco did you comn rrom?" "An",
turo I camo from tho North or Ireland,
TUB TBXiB VAC1KI0 n. II.
New 0lans, March 3. Tho Cbant
bor of Commorco has adopted a memorial
to Congrota concornlng tho Toxas l'aciiio
railroad, and rocommondlng tho co-operation
of tho federal eovornment as nccos.
ary to tho dovolopomont of national In
terests in mo spoody construction ol said
Reported Expressly for tlio Bulletin,
viM'r.ito.irs umi:ssioNu. t si:-
rui: Ti:Mrr.i!N(i: w.ut immivinu
ntosi'iM'Ts or imiian' Titorm.i:
i:.v i'hi:sihi:nt i'ii.moim: aniii:u
ii:ij:(ii:Ai'iii(:.MAniii,T..M kivi it
Itui'KAi.n, .March 3. The condition
ol llx-l'retldeiil I'llinoto remains tin-
UN 1 1ll-. WAIt I'ATII.
(I u.vi:nio.';, 'l'ovas, .Marcli !l. Tho
'Nows'Suti Aiitoiiio spneial, llm Intent all
thorilativo Information from l'ort Sell,
convoys sad news for our frontier pooplo.
l.oiio Wolf, n Kiowit i hkl, Is piepiitlng
lo co to lexiia Willi u slroni: purtvt
avengo tho ilrnth or Ills sou u ho whs kilted
In iv light Willi tlio Into liioiitoumit Hud
son on Iho we't Tork til' tlio Neti o river,
CliU'Auo, .March II.- In tho cam of
David A, Gage, thu Into city treasurer ol
Chicago, .ludgo llootli n( tlio criminal court
to-day granted u I'haui'O il voinio to thu
circuit oourt of l.ako county, wlmro tho
Imllclments lor penury ami inlnnppro
prinllon of puhllo funds will accordingly
lie t r l. il ut tho next term ol that niurt.
A very heavy rain storm prevnilcd
here during urn most ol llm loroiiooii.
Has h'ltANiMM'o, .March !!.- Dispntchos
from Tiuciin, Arl.ena Territory, stuto
that a Oiissmloras band of Apaches has
surrendered lo Lieutenant lliielie. I'o
ohiso is leporleil im rnyiiig bo nil I mil
leave his lesurvallon nml will do all in his
power to prevent other Irom iloiiur ho.
'1 Ills Is taken a' an Imliuation thai Iho do
iro fur war in by no menus utintiiiiiuus
amongst tho Apaches.
o . -
Cini'I.s'Mati, March 3.- Tho minister
or nil thu denominations, with a number
of laymen mut to-day and called a mass
tompcrnucoiuoQtlng at Wesly Chaplu next
Thursday night, to consider what action
shnll be taken lo lnaugernlo tho temper-
iiui o movomeni in lunciimaii.
Under ordera of lion. Jas. Williams,
nuilitor ol slate, in. .iluiniit. lata proso
cutlng iittoriinv, to-dny brought suit. In
neunll ot Ui i) statu ot UIHo aiainst Ham
llton county to recover $u!ywo. Tho
polllloil avors that 'iOU,(IUO taxes havo
been paid into Iho county treasury and
appropriated lor county purposes, with
out giving) tlio stato her distinct nliare.
Tho stnto now sues for hor proportion.
WOUI.IIN't TAliK IT.
Coi.uMntJf, ()., Alarch .".Tho llrst
active movement In tho lemperanco cru
sido is now going on. At - o'clock a
special prayer mooting was held and then,
leaving a largo audienco in tho church
about 200 ladle formed in prnccMioti nnd
proceeded to tho American hotel. Three
of tho ladio OHteroil tho parlor of tho
hotel, and liivillng tlio bitr-kcopor into tliu
room, presented him tho plodgo which ho
rciuseu to sign, mo iiullc tola mm llioy
would pray tor him and cnll again. At
this writing it is not known what point
inoy win imacK next, tiioio H a irreat
crowd on tlio streets and tho tioliceinen
aro keeping tho passagu ways along tho
Tho rcneotlon of tho day and tho i:un
oral topic of couvorsation to-night in all
circles, is tno ncglnulng ol an active tern
poranco erusado by tho ladies to-day.
l'rnyor meetings won hold at 10 n. ir..,
and nt 'J p. m , to pray Tor stroncth to bo-
gin the work. At !l p. in., about thrco
hundred ladius left tho prayer meeting
and marched to tliu American Hotel,
ueauou ny mo cuiei ot porco and ono
patrolman to koep tlio stroots open, loav
mg tho church 11 1 led witli pooplo to pray
lor tlieso who went out to work, llolli of
the chiirchoH woro tolled during tho timo
tho procession was moving on tho Amer
ican hotel. It, .1. Drown, tho proprietor
signed tho pledge Win. Gillz, proprietor
ol tho bar, refused to sign it. In tho
meantime, a largo crowd nthombled In
front or.tho hotol, engor-eyed with curios
ity. Tho procession then moved to West's
billiard room, completely tilling it. Three
ladies interviewed Sam Wost. who wol.
coined them nt a gontleman would his
guests, Hu refused to sign tho tiledgo,
but said ho would willingly soil
out nnd prrmlso never aealn
ongngo In such Imslnns. Kotvont prayer
was uimruu iiiiu iiyiiin aung, niier which
tho ladies tlinnked lilm for Ids courtesy
and withdrew (.hnklnj; his hand nnd prom
ising to pray for him, As tho procossion
passing oui several uorman Jows
mndo thomsolvos prominent by oirorlng
to treat and calllni: for beer, hut thn ml.
oro.l bar keepor did not pretond to hoar
Tho noxt placo vlsltod wbb tho
moHt fnshinnnbln drinklmr nlaen t r, I lin
city, known to bibulous pooplo nil ovor
tho country as Ainossos. Tho ladies' par
lora woro taken possession of whon A. A.
Stevenson, ono of tho nronrletora nf u.
nlaeo appoarod, nnd whon asked If ho oh
Jectod to prayor being oll'nrod, no doubt
supposing mo women Had como lo sine
and pray until ho surrended, said ho did
not want his business intorrored with ns his
porters woro kept In inn constantly by
regular boarders. Ho did not want any
disturbance, but hn gavo leave that sov-
1 "i prayers anil no hymn should bo sung.
1 rnyor was thon offered, nnd Stevenson
was begged to ulvo up tho bmlnoss or
iqtior soiling. Hut ho answered that ho
had n living to mako tax his family,
rind did not want to bo forced
to giving a final answor ns to what ho
would do, hn would.howovor.consldor tho
question. Most or the ladlos shook hmls
with hint and showorod prayers nnd good
words on his head. Thn procession thon
proceeded to Morris' grocery, hut tho pro
prietor was nbsont and oao clork signed
tho doalors plodgo. Tho procession thon
roturnod to tho churoh and worowolcomod
and congratulated. Tho ladies oxpross
thomsolvos as groatly encouraged and
will ronow tho warfare.
Hli NAT 12.
WAHiiiNtiroK. D. C, March 3. Mr.
Stowurt, from the coiiimltleo on railroads,
reported an aini'liilliielil id tliu Mil Hiiro-
ducvd by lilm .luiiiliiry !i0, to provide ror
inn ineorHiralloii nail regulation oi mil-
road coinpiiuio in tho I nrritorles of the
utilli'il Mlntei. riaeeil on cnietuiar.
Mr. JUmsoy Inlrodiieod a hill to place
tliuimmuol' ltreet .Mrjor Geiiural II. V.
Vaticluvo upon Iho retired nai oi mo ar
Air. Moo It khIiI tiiai mo i minium ol me
llnaiico comiuilteo on l'riday last gavo
liotico Unit lie would call thu tlnaliclal
iiieiliou nit Hgalu to'Jny, but ho had
been asured by thut gentleman that
(leu. Shurmau thought lliat on nccoiint
of thu Illinois gontleman, who said decid
edly Hint ho would not antagonize tho
llnauclal ipissllun Willi thu culiluiiliil lull.
.Mr. West moved that tho ponding
mensuro mid nil othur ordurs ho laid aside.
ami that the Sonalu proceed with tho con
sideration of UionriiiV hill.
.Mr. Sumii"r said ho thought it would ho
better to rel r tlio cuntenlal bill to tho
coiiiinitti.o on npliroprlatluns, and that
eoinmitteo Would examine and sou If thu
country would bo willing lo pay n
sum ol money for tho celebration, which
would bo counted by tho millions.
Mr. Scott said it would bo
idtu to send tlio bill lo tho
committee on appropriation when
congress I mil not said whether tho exhibi
tion should ho national or Iiitonmllon
al. Mr. West's motion to take up the army
bill Wiis lust. Yacs 111. Nays 30.
Mr. Carpontor said he L'nvo notice on
t'riilnv 1 ii-1 that ho would mil up his
l.oulfan:i bill for Iho purpoio of rckr-
eiieu in Aionuuy, yeiieruay,
but tlio renalor from Indi
ana, .Morton, liuvliig been confined to
It! hoiit-c, ho had nut cnlhil it 1 1 the hill
Hu understood Unit tho senator would bo
hero to-morrow and at that time Carpenter
would nME mm mo Mil tie reform!, ami
submit his remarks. Thu bill In reTeronco
to tho ccntnnial exhibition was taken up,
thu pending miration huliii; mi amend
merit hy .Mr, Morroll or Vermont, making
llm oxiiiiiition iiniionm in Iti clmracler
Instead of international.
Mr. Sherman moved to refer tho hill to
the committee on appropriations without
insti ucllilifl. I to would veto ror a largo
appropriation to Mil tho exhibition, either
national or lutornallotml, nnd liellovcd
that I'hlladetpliia was tho host placo to
hold it, hut ho wmitcil tliu hill lo Im care
fully pruparul ; Conijresa should not pas
mo Mil as it was now lie
foro the senate, nnd thus commit itsolf.
Uo moyod to amend the motion to refer.
so as to Instruct thoeommittco to provido
lor n uallomil exnlliltlon.
.M r. Kerry, of Connecticut, snld it would
lie no l to roler without Instructions.
M r. Stewart wlllnlrow liiii amendmont
.M r. Stevenson said thoro wero too many
inr.iortnnt Munitions involved in this bill
to permit him to remain silent. I In
was not opposed to a proper
celebration ol the f ourth nr. July, ltjiii
hut denied thn power of congress to tako
money from the national treasury for such
an oiuerprim. J In quotou rr';m former
dehatei on the tubjeet to show that the
exhibition was n local nllalr, and congress
wan only niked to givo it dignity. Should
congress appropriate fundi for il, at least
twenty to twcnty.llvo lnill'on dollars
would bo required.
Wamiivot H, March 3. .Mr. Town
send, from tho commlttoo on public lands,
roportod a bill to ntnoad the homestead
laws. 1 lie lilll goes Into all tho details,
and was rend at length. After Its reading
and Homo iliscurslon thu hill passed.
Tho houso thon proccedod to tho consid
eration of tho hill to regulatn commerce
among thn several states, and McCreery,
who reportod tho hill from the eoinmitteo
on railroads and canals, addressed thn
liouso In explanation and in advocacy cT
Ni:w Yoinc, March 3. Steamship
Wyoming, which lelt Liverpool for Now
York on tlio 'Jlst of February, put back
Willi a broken funnel.
Thoro is now on exhibition in this city,
by tho manufacturers, a Eolid silver tea
service, intended for presentation to
Capt. I'rquhart of tlio steamor Tri-Meun-tain,
by tho survivors of tlio wrecked
steamship Villo do Ilavro.
Tho Grand Duke's Opera Ins boon
closed by tho police, owing to tho inability
or tlio proprietors to obtain liconso, or to
pay ?M)0 penality ror going through tholr
porrormanco without liconso. Tho Grand
Duke's Oporn was eslablishod in a base
mont in liaxtcr streot, Tho owners nnd
performers worn boot black nnd news
hoys, who brought tholr play-houso and
its performances to tho attention of tho
community, hy voting tho rncoipts or ono
week, sixty dollars, tor tha rolicl ot tho
poor of tho Sixth ward.
Olllco ot Observation, Signal Scrvleo II. S.
ai my. Dally repot l ol thoMiigo ot water,
with the cliiingis for the '21 hours ending
3 o'clock p. m .March ;!, 1871.
I A hove
111 II I
Vickfhiirg ... ,
VI II I I)
:'.'j in ! i)
;:.s 11 11
1 1 0
llelow nigli water mum.
Olmorver Sic. Mcr. H. S.A.
Nkw Oiimunh March 3. Arrived
Chorokee, Arkansas rlvor, Dopartod
Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati, Cloudy and
Y11 KHiitrnn. March 3. Up Shannon.
Susie Silver, Exporter. ICookuk and bj;s.,
City of Helena, Tollo, and Ashland.
Down Purgoud, .lohn Wood, Hollo
Shrevoport. Woatlior cloudy, warm and
l.ouisvn.t.i:, March 3. lliver lallen
IS Incho Willi 13 foot in tho canal and 10
feet in tho Indian ptsa. Jioats now pass
undor thn bridgo not onougb wator
through tlio draw.
Cincinnati. March 26. Klvor U0 feet
nnd railing. Arrlvoil Kxchange: Pitta-
burg; Charmer, Eyalisvlllo; Andy isaum,
Momnhlsi Parocon. 11 O Turner and
Thompson Dean, Now Orleans. Dopart
od 11 u Hudson, wnooiing; -uinuooia,
Aiempnis. auowory woatnor.
Nasiivii.i.k, March 3. River falling
alowl v with 17 foot 10 Inchea on tho shoals:
cloudy and ploasant. Arrived Qloncoo,
I'ittstmrg; Shippers Own, Upper Cumber
land; Oilman nnd Ilurksvillo, Paducth.
Departed llellman, Paducah; Gllmore,
Pittsbunr; Kddvvillo. Upper Cumber
Mkmimiis, March 3. Woathor warm
rainy. Itlver tboul ttatlonary; 3 foot bo-,
low high wator mark. Mercury C7. Ar
rived Parker, Cincinnati. Dopartod last
night Louisville, Cincinnati; GUncoo,
St. Loula. To.dny-CapltolCity.St Louis;
Colorado, Vlcksburg, llogors, Cincinnati;
Legal Tondor.Whlto rlvor; Hollo of Toxas,
xrKiiusas river; am urr, unio rtvor.
A HAS MKKT1NO.
Indiana rot,!, March 3. At a masi
meeting ol tho ladles 'Interested In tho
temperauco movomant, hold in Huberts
parx Aicinomsi cnureii mis miernoon,
thoro was betwoon four and llvu hundred
porsous present. Tho organization of nr.
Rtsoclatlon to bo callod thu "Womon'a
Christian Temper aneo Union," was fully
completed by thu olo 'llon ( a president,
vice-president Bnd oilier ollicers, Tho
following platlbriii win adopted.
first, It shall bu the object .l this a
soclatlon lo endeavor by all tho moans In
our power, to suppress Intemperance. Wo
do for this object hereby pledge ourselves
to God and lo oacli oilier. ,
Second, Wo do most earnestly invito
all Christian women to tmito willi us In
this truly Christian work.
Third, We will continue this work un
til God shall crown our elforts with sue-
l-'nurtli. AV'o will, to accomplish this.
avail ourselves of all tho powor placed III
our hands ns law abiding citizens.
During tho mooting n nolo was received
frain thu County Auditor saying that two
petitions on fllu for license to sell liquor
had been withdrawn, A letter was also
read from n gontleman In liootio county,
ollerlng to furnish nil tho muans necessary
lo prosectlto tho good work. A
roMMnritK or I.ADtIC
was iippolhlod which will bo aldod hy le
gal counsel, to hu prosental all sessions of
thn commissioners court to examine mo
petitions presented, and. as far as they
legally con, to prevent tho granting of nny
Kr.iv (Jiil.CASB, Maich 3. Corn firm
and dull, tellow mixed and wnuo navy-.
77; yellow 78(BO. Whisky dull and
lower Louisiana UI. Coll'eo llrm at car
go prices. Ordinary to U!t JfTC'J7; others
Mu.Mi'iliK. March 3. Flour dull and
nominal. Corn meal 3 fiO. Corn dull and
droimini' at 7fifl70. Oats dull. Ilran and
hay dull ami unchanged. Provisions qulul
mid unchaiigod. Unlavorablo went her
clii'uk out-door trade.
Cincinnati. .Marcli 3, h'lour dull
Wheat dull at 1 SS(, 10. Corn dull and
a slia lu lower nt 67(00. Oalu quiet and
unchanged at -1 1()01. nyu btendy at i ui.
llarloy quiet and unchanged. l'2ggs 17.
Ilutter easier hut not lower. Chuesu
llrm. Pork steady. Sales 1 1 ,000 bids
mess at 11 SO. Lard good demand, 1!,000
lbs steam sold at 8), buyers Tor May Hi;
huvers on timo clear 73fiA7!. Itaeou fair
demand. Shoulders 0.j; C It M!; clear
BICyH?. Whisky llrm ut 'JO.
ClllcAuo .March 3. flour dull and un
chaiigod. Wheat lower and Irregular;
closod sloadv: No. 1 onri riir 1 'JI: No
I 18J i'ah, 1 0 April, No 3, 1 lljj;
I 16. Corn fair demand and lower; No li
ml vol. CXI cash mid .March! HOI April:
now mixed No '.', 61 Oiilsetoadj; No 2,
'Clciish, -13 April. Uyo firm und un
changed, llarlov dull and u shadu lower;
Noli 1 57i No 31 II). Pork fair demand
and advanced at 1 1 lr cash nnd March,
111 Ifi April' I.nrd frii r demand nnd ad
vanced at Hj cash or Alarch, April
Hulk meats irood demand; shouldors Til
loose, April. Whiskey sales reported at
UM. AlarKel qtiolep v,eau.
St. IiOlits, March Jl. Hemp unchang
ed, Plour dull and weak, with only a
limited domain!. N hoat opened llrm and
closed dull i No 1 spring 1 'JO; No 3 red
fall 1 15: No 'J tillered nt 1 00 to 1 67 hid.
Corn llrmor but quiet ; No li mixed l!0
(illj; lints uncliangod ; x o - mixod r.(y
ii'j. imrloy dull ; so ;i spring i ou(i
1 liO. Uyo llrm at 1)36605. Pork dull mid
iinchangeil. Dry salt meats dull; order
loti sold shouldorsS; clear rib 74; clear
R, packed, llacon dull; jobbing and order
lots shouldors f.3; cloar rib Bj ; clear 8
SI; hams llfijll. J,ard dull; prime
sieam Hold nt MJ. WhlsKy quiet at u;i.
HRAI. EHTATE AGIUIUV.
0. WINSTON & UO.,
HiiA.L E3TATE AGENT9
74 (HKIIONII VI.O0U) OHIO I.HVIIK,
HUY AND bSLI. llCAI. KllTAT,
IfUUNIHH A119TUAOTS OK TITJjK
AND IKAl.t:it IN
VP ESH MEAT,
Kinirni Htukut, Hxtwiikn Wabhinotob
AND OOKUKUCIAL AvltNUItfl,
Idjuliiluu UllluiiHoiik Uiiimy 'a
Kotio llin 1'i.st or lif-ttf. Pork. Alutton VcaI
Loinli, Siiki ete., sail km .rcroit 10 m.rte
juiw.iuu in inn nwei KiMTPiiiftuo umnnvr.
ILYLAND & SAUJ5H,
AND DRAUIUD IN
CHOICE PRESH MEATS
OK KVKllY DKSCnil'i iON,
Corner KHIi hliuet and.Cmmorcla1 avcnil
next door to tho I'lyland Haloon.
11-10 tf. CAIUO, ILLS.
JAM KM ICY N ASTON,
AND DKALKIt IN
M,L KINDS 0KKIIK8U M 13 ATS
Near ror. Twentieth Nlreet mill !o
Ituytnnd khughter only tlio best Cattle,
Hogs and Sheep, and It proparod to 1)11 or
ient for Fresh Moats from ono to ten thou
lid pound. 7.22tf
a. a. mm ai.j.
Olllco ovorThoms & llro's. grocery stoit.
No. 131 Commercial uvcuuo. comer Eighth
streot. Kcsldonco comer Washington ave
imo and Kouilocnth street.
JI. Ei PAilKEK,
FAINTS AND. OILS
w.i i-r:now WijRFi
ttl thn oolflimtn.l lllillnloslln
niioaii'i.ini.DiNi) oob 1 Itii sr. com
TIIH SOUTJIIillN HOrJiU
M lty. T. N. OAVM'N12Y
Takes nleaturo in nlinouncini! to tho pub
lie that sho has tnketi possession of this,
popular mid convenient liolol on 1110 unni
l.oveo, mut Unit sho has liKl'UliMslll'.li
and Kknovatkii it In many respects, mid
Is now prepared lo accommodate tho pilli
Ho with gooil furo, f-oml rooms, good bed.
and everything nococsnry to, ami usually
found lu a first-class establishment.
Thankful lor piist patronage, sho hopes to
merit us contiminiice.
lay Day hoarders rocoivod nt reaiona
bin rales. f'J-l-'J0-lm
Cairo JJox and TJaskkt Co.
LUMHK.t OF ALL KINDS
IIAKII A.M MOKI'.
Keep constantly 011 baud
1' I.miUINd AND SlDINO, ALSO LATH.
MII.I, AND VAKI) COUNKIl TIIIIITV-KOUIITII
HTKKK.T AND OHIO l.HVlti:.
UAIKO. - ILLINOIS. .10-7
NKW I AVERY STAULlC.
MILLS V PAIMCCi:, Proprietor.
Tenth Sticct, between Wiihiut and Wh
IIntlngplirch:i.cdthc entire stock, Stable,
Horses', Carriages, Huguics, etc., ol Dr.
Klcld, mid added several now "turnout",'"
Mr. I'.uker now ImitcH all his (1I1111I-, old
ntil new, in wantot Saddle Hon-cx, Dollhlu
or Single Cairluges, or aiiythliig elso In hlx
ine, togltii lilm aeall. Ill la Im
John Q. iliirmun.
JOHN Q. HA11MAW & CO.,
N OTA Jill S PUUL
And Laud Ageutaof tho Illinois Cent
and Hurlingtnii and MiisouriKallroad com
i.rlli (Jor. uf tltli at. nml !.
'. (Uinn, It.r.twoii".
HKM1S, HKO., k CO.,
AaiNxs Home Ooptoh Mills
NO. 90 Ohio l.evoo. Clro, lilt
COM M 1-2 HOI AL A V UN UK,
Hetwccn .Sixth and Seventh Streets Cairo
T. II. 12LLI.S, Proprlolor.
The Now Aillngton liouso i tioV open
for tho reception of guests, Tlio house is
located lu the heart ot tho business portion
ol the city, and convenient to steamboat
landings and railroad depots. Good sample
rooms for commercial agonti. Watch ;kept
day and night for boats aiu trains.
JO. MAXAVJ2LL & CO.,
Mamifacturcrs and Dealein In
MACHINE lVHURNIG OILS
Alio Agcnta ror tho
CELEBRATED Q LORE
No. 711), North Slalno .Street,
.St. Louis, Mo,
I'ltKSII VAI.I. HTYI.KS.
M11S, M . JAUKSOiN,
(Formerly Mm. Swauders,)
aiinounceH that she haa just, opened a larfe
assortment ot the
Millinery Hoods to bo found in the market
Hho will koep 011 hand
IlATH, UONNKTS, PtOWKBS, KlIlllOKS,
Dkkhs Thimminoh or All Kinds,
Lapikh FmtNiBiiiNO Goods, Notions,
Collars, Undkmlbicvks, Burrs,
Ami nil i?nodn found In mllllncrv storea. all
ol which will be disposed ol ai tho lowest
Tirinm. Mrs. Jackson resDeclfullv
asks a continuation of tho pataonage which
baH been to liberally pesisowca uuoi ner Vj
tho ladles 01 cairi) ami iue viciunr,
7. D. MATIMISH. K. C. UllI
U O M M I II !) I O N M F. 11 O II A N T H '
liKA tiRHH IN
1IA-Y AND WKSTKN PKODUUK.
W.HtrHlton, " T.lllrd
STHATTON & HUM),
COM MISSION M I2UCII ANTS,
Aeenls American Powder! ompan
Xo. Hi Ohio Level's
N. II. 'I hlstlcwootl. 1'. .I.Thmtewooi
Til 1HTL-K WOOD ALU,
(5 O M M I 8 8 I ON MRU CHAMTt
FLOUR, CORN, OATS HAY. ETC
Xo. 78 OHIO I.KVKK,
OA I HO,
1 111 nuti
UKNKKAL COMMISSION MKKCHANIi
And dealer In
I.IMK, CUMKttr, l'LAHTKll, llAlH, KTO.
N Ohio I. even, j
tCiTI will sell ill ear load Iota at matin! 1
till n pllees, nilillllir Ireliiht. 4-V-ll
.). M. PlilLLlPM, j
Forwnrding find ComuiiaHion1
irupired to forw.trd alt kludi of frolht
lo an pouils
I lusln est altciiiled to nroniptlv.
(Hueeessoi'M to 1). lllild A. Hon.)
:i rayz-wjtt .uxmc-
l-I.OUH.UllAIN ANI HAY.
No 11.1 Ohio Lnveo. OAIKO, ILIj.
U. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Doalcr In
Xo. 7i Ohio Lovce, CA1HO, ILLS
JjTHpeclnl attention given to consign
nu nlH and llllliu: orilers. ll-'J tl
JOHN li. l'HLLIS & SON,
(b'jooiiiri to John H. l'hlllls,)
DKALKH8 IN HAY, CORN, OATU
Flour, Moul, Bran, &c.,
AO K NTS KOK LAKLIN AND KAN I)
Cou. Tkntii Htiikkt awd Ohio Lkvkic
I'M T K It O U II lh
No. Ml OHIO I.KVKK,
3-'J0lf. OAIKO, ILLINOIH
WOOD 1UTTKN1IOUSK A JHU
(lenoral Coramitwion Moroliunlx
MILLER k PARKHlt,
KOK WARDING MKKOUANTH,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oatp, Hay, etc.,
AQKNTfl iob FAIRBANKS BOALKB
Ohio Leveo, OAIBO, ILLINOIS.