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THE CAIRO PAHA BULLETIN, TllURggA MARCH 5, 1874.
The nubile debt vu decrotuod during
1UILV04D Warellng In Miiipl co,u
twelve and a bait cent a mile. Tbe legls
latureot tbo tate ! cndearer to re
doc H to lour cant mile.
Tr.r firmer' association of tho nine
teen'lb eoagiwlonal d!trlct 1 it" third
... whlMi ha kDDOUnCM R f
uuminate a candidate
Tits note of tho bluo bird have been
beard Id tho lUte capital, but ttill tho leg
iilator how dlipoiltion to tarry. They
refuiad on Monday to coniidor a joint
resolution to adjourn tint die on tbo
. . .
r nwii.r . Ann r ritiuti
po.. 6j .u. ----
Annie C. Hracxou, .iaim- 7
Joel Itetton. BuUe these there are two
borl itotiM, two luUe paper, on
John Stuart Mill, and tbo i.rwu i
miu. .n Illustrated arllclo uoicnpuvo
of thi womn of the Arab, and an inter-
Mtlne bit of history entitle tbo Heires
cf Washington. Dr. Holland pleasantly
handle a variety of subject in tb wf
r.al department, and CnlrtM with
of th tew poet .Wmes Hoyic "
Tbs KlMlie.' K. B. lVltn,ew Aork.
! . . .....
T, nnmber opens -who
tnre by Max. MH on "MUsion whifn
tm dolirerod at Westminster Abbey,
hieh has racked ome inter it in literary
1inini rlrelM in Encland. Ihisnum-
ter alo contains m- ru,"h 1 " ,
a erW, "Far from tbe Madding
Crowd,' which give promie of Inltnie
Interest. noidc tbeso are : Sir Kdwln
Land'cerj Bream, VIion and Kcjiaclcf:
Swallow; Henry TUoreau. mo port
naturalift; Irish l'ootlcal Humor ; nav
tbfilievo in Science; SpanUh Jiiio ana
Character; Tho Shadow of Daatti; some
UnpuWiibea lettor of Ellsl'0tn iiarrcu
Browning i Tho Concluon 01 spnus
rinndi. h Vetch of Blcbard Anthony
Troetor. tccompanled by a portrait, with
ib uiual well filial oJitorUt dopartmtnt.
about the sanijof.
The enormity of the fraud upon tb
tho United State treaiury involvod In
tho "Sanborn contract:" 1 made more cv
ident a tbolr hiitory it tlowly oponed up
to tho public. Not tbo least melancholy
foaturo of t'jo whole contplracy i tho all-
conneotion with it of iucn
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
..... 1. turwinnvt VI1
4 .'KH Ut 'I IIC U'liuuia.'
P.VKNTS THAI Ult'UItlti-w
vvn COLOKKt) ClllIiDHHD
MUKN'EDTO 1) HAT 11 NKAU
111 HttB 1 imilnrlal iunmrt.
Tlieiavost aavico from iiur'oa riui
thoCnrlisls koop up tbolr bonibaraniein.
Aiioiit two nunarcd ncii nre iuu"
tho city dally.
London, March 4 II ha boon unaiiy
ettled that llrand, tho ipoakor of thu lnat
houia of common. hall bo ro niccien
nnanltiiumly In tho now lioiuo.
uMVTV.HMrTK. THK MUHDHU
BU 01' GUN. McCOOK UK-
LB'H'BR KItOM AOHN'I'
firmer ; ibid CJ ; O K 88j J clear it, I
Whitley strong at 00.
('nii'inn M.rrh 4 Flnnr uncliatlKfJ.
Wheat atcadT. for spot quiet and woakj
7. !'. UATU089.
t. C. DHL
HOTtSB" AND l'AHTY
TUB WAIl PATH.
lot mture 1 spring jl mugw,
1 18, regular 1 101; froh for cah 1 19J
April. Ourn toady. No 2 mixed 28jj
frmh rash CSSO? Anrll. now No 2 mix-
HIT. OATH OK Ol'KlUli AD
M1NISTBUB1) TO CHI hi'
Till DBS UBADY
TUB Ki lilt I NO OK A KBV
HK1NS WOULD HAY V,
COME TO G1UBF.
TO SF.CUUB UAlIi
VUBSBNT TO TUB
.PItUSIDKKT BKAZ HBFOHK
A lmOOKLYX COURT.
A resolution ha been offered in Con
greu dirvctlng the House committeo on
printing to report whether tbe ab
olition of the gorerament print
ing ofioe i cot practicable, and
whether lartre uta of money may not b j
tared to the government by change in
tbe manner of doing the public printin:
Got. Bath of Minnesota U no alary
-.,-st. The itaU lechlature ratted an
mppropriatlon bill in -which hi alary wu
lccmd from tbroo thomand to four
tbentand dollar. A toon ai he learned
the tact, Got. Barit lent to the Senate a
meatage uking that tho bill bo reconild
trod and that bU aalary bo reducod to
former figure, which was done.
Tnocou the attempt to restore tho
franking privilege and tho freo circula
Vioa of cewspaper wu defeated in the
Hoaao cf repreaentatlvos, Butler will ro
open tbe quettion baforo the dose ot tho
euion, with a propotition to revive tne
oU lir UtBiUng IU operation to thirty
day belor) and thirty day atur each
lection, ia otder that the.frank may not
be nted for partisan purpoic.
Tax tnunlcipal election In Murpbyi
Kro nmmliea to b an tzcltlnc one. A
convention wu held a week ago to nomi
nate candidate for mayor, aldtrmcn, and
other city officer. The 'Era' denomina
lea tne comioiu ur u.u ."-
"deeldedly Celtic," told tbe German that
thev had been " left out in tbo cold," and
called upon them to attend tn masse an
other convention on Monday night last.
GAnnoNDA.Ls'8 now hotol, the Nowell
Houie, capable of accommodating throo
hundred guest, it completed and has had
it door thrown open to the accommoda
tion of tho public. Tbe formal oponing
of the bouto wu celebrated lut weok by
grand ball and (upper. Tbo Jenkin of
tho Murphytboro 'Era' of Saturday lat
gave an elaboraU datcriptlon of tbo affair,
and did full j ait too to the toilotto of tho
Thx Inflationist and tbo non-inflation-itU
ooflUnuo to war in Ccngron, with not
taaoy tlgn of luperior trength on either
ide. On Monday, Senator Shorman, of
Ohio, presented in thn Hnnato a petition
from tho Merchants' Ezchango of Chicago
and signed by eventy-llve butlneit men,
gainst any further issue of pa
per monoy. Senator Shorrnan,
on preienting tbe petition, aaid
the tigner roproientod ilxty million of
capital. A an offset to th!, Senator Lo
gan introduced a petition uking for an In
crease in tho volume of paper monoy,
ucned bv Potter l'almor. Banlel .1.
Walker, II. V. Allen, U. O. Stono, J.
Young Scammon, and I'etor Schuttlor, of
Chicago, and five other of a ilwilar char
acter, signed by tbo mayor and a majority
of tbe board of aldermen, and by nearly
ttvo tbouiand of tbe leading firms, business
men, manufacture and citizen of tho
men as P.x-Socrotary, now Senator
Itoutwell, the present Secretary
of the Treasury, William A.
Richardson, and other whose integrity
should be, bat i not, above suspicion.
For not quito two rokM, John V. Sanborn
bu boon tho pocial agent of tbe treasury
denartment for tho collection of certain
unnaid taxes, possessing, during this time,
the rower to examino all tbo assessors and
colloclors, book in tbo country, the
authority to do to having been
nfarriwt unon him bv Houtwell
when secretary of tho treasury, by an or
der in tbo secretary' own handwriting.
The firt mino of wealth workod by San
born under hi contract with the treasury
department by which bo was to retain one
half of all bis collections, was tlio collec
tlon of claim of tlx millions of dollar
acalnst thirty-eight distillers and rectlfl
era of Now York city for unpaid taxes
Tho tecond contract u for taxe agalnit
, Mifttni of such millionaire hi John .1.
Phelps, Bonjamin Nathan, "William Cur
tiiNove. Jet. taxe whicU nan boon reg
ularly atsettod and would havo boon reg
ularly tiald had not Sanborn, in order
to place half tho 'money in hit
. . - ..... . . t-:i.l
own pocnet, loresianea mo ouuuu
State collector and taken his duty out of
hi band. Out of this socond contract,
Sanborn ha thu far rcalizod upward of
S60.6Dl.00. By the third contract, which
it for tho recovery of taxc duo by rall-
unon bondt, tho contractor has
rcalUed over $127,403.00, nnd
if tho exposures recently m&do do not op
erato to put an ond to tbo tyttorn undot
which such raids upon tho treasury can
bo carried on, it i calculated that this
third contract will yiold to Sanborn not
less than 3,000,000.
It now probublo that tho wholo of thi
nefarious business will bo laid baro to tho
public. .Socrotary Richardson nas un
nouncod that ho I will furnlsU Congrot
with docuraenU which should have been
forthcoming throe month ngo, papur
which will complototho ovldonco that itn-
mento fraud have boon perpetrated upon
tho treasury by Sanborn and that ho 1ms
been asststod in tbo business by soino of
tbo most prominent otliclal of tho govern
ment. . .
A WOODEN RAILROAD
rr.OM SEW ORLr.AN.
v-- flM tivs. March 4. Thi being
local holiday, there is no general market ;
the bnk aro clofod. There was a grand
fireman ptraJo by luc onuro uvp-monU
Vikssa, March 1. Tljo rcpor n-
bora It leriouiiy u i uv-
A. mectinq of tbo farmer' usoclation
of tbe nineteenth congressional dis
trict of Illinois was hold In
Fairfield last week. The meet
ing wa held for tbe purposo of con
sidering tbo wisdom of putting in noml
natloa a farmer' candidate for congress.
Tbo question wu decided in the afllrma
tire, and a call wu issued or a conven
tion to be held at Carmi, Wbito oounty,
on the twelfth day of August noil. A
bail orrepreuntation wu agreed upon a
follow: "Each county having a farmer'
organization shall be entitled to one dele
gate, and one additional for each 200
member or fractional part thoreof above
100 of tho Farmer' Club or Granger
not member of tbo club. Tbe delegate
present will cut the entire poll of their
respective counties. The credential of
tbe delegate from each county must bo
accompanied by tbo certificate of tbo pres
ident and secretary of the president and
tecrotary of tho usoclation or council,
showing the number of motnbor ol the
club, and such Granger a aro not mem
ber of the club in eaU county."
TUB MARCH MAGAZINES.
SCBmirKK'a Moktult, Berliner Jc Co.,
New York. Tbe March number or this
favorite monthly open with anothor of
Kdward King' Great South paper the
Mountain of Western North Carolina
profusely Illustrated from sketches by
Cuampney. Tbe two Intertttlng itrlalt
to continued, nod tbe number contains
Tho Clarendon, South Carollnu, Tresa'i
contains a longthy account of tbo wooden
railroad trainway which 1ms boon lately
built In that octlon, and I a complete tuc
"Tho South Carolina Central railroad
had been allowed to drop through tho
hand of tho original projocton, und a con
siderable amount ol culling oui anu gra
ding hadboim accomplished, whon Muisrs.
Laud A: 1'rltcliett, largo turpetitlno distill
ers, doing a very largo business, purchoi;
ed the rleht of way and tot about to con
struct a road that would tukn tholr pro
duce to market. Tho road from
Manning to Lano's Turnout, on tho
NorlhoaUorn railroad, wa cloanod out
and graded and laid with icnntling. This
road is fifteen and n half mllus long. Tho
road bod is constructed precisely as all
other rallroaa aro. Tho wholo structure)
above tho bod is preclioly timilar to
other railroads, except, in place of iron,
this road ha wooden ttrlngort, four or
Uvo Inches, fastoucd down to tbe cross
ties by long iron iplkes passing through
both ftriDL-or and crosstio. maklnc tho
stringor both steady and firm. Theso
stringer aro tlvo inche upon their faco,
and tho tracks or wheels of tho running
ttoclc aro Uvo Inches upon tuoir raco.
The friction In running being dls-
tributod over wldo surfacos, tbo injury
to tbe rails will bo ranch loss. Tbo flanges
to tho whoels uro two and n half incho
deep, thoroby preventing any probability
of running oil. A portion ot the road
ha been in operation live months, ovor
which trains havo bnen running dally,
and most of tho stringers are smooth.
Tho rolling slock on tho road it common
out quite euociuai. xno ongino is worm
only eighteen hundred dollars, but is suf
ficient to carry seven or olght cars, loaded
at the rate of fifteen wiles per hour, Tho
roau is regaruou auccois,ana aniwor all
tho purpose of a llrst-clat Iron road.
Tho road has cost about twelvo hundred
dollar per mllo. Ily thi road fifty thou,
sand pound can bo tontjlwico a day."
tru; he u tn mis ciiy, au i"-
the c. c. & l. n.
n. At., oh 4. Much interolt has
.r, ni.n f.nod ina rnecuncoi uiiw-
holder of tbo Cloveland, Columbus and
Indianapolis railroad, anu very uwi
the entire capital stock bu been voted,
being 13,&00,ouJ oui oi ib,uu,uuv.
A CLEROTMAN KILLED.
t m' t .T(iv. March'4. N. Balkam, D.D.i
whilo riding thi morning, was thrown
from hi horso anu kiiicu.
many years pastor oi m i
church of thii city, and at thp time of his
death professor of Logic and Christian ev
idence in uaies college.
'sw Yokk, March 4. All tho c-m-
ploytsoftho Lehigh Vulloy rauroau ai
tcli COS Ol iao ruun, '- , -
cineort, struok this morning. ivuUU,
men aro out at thi point where tho move
Sent wat initiated, and they havo thus
far captured all train '"at havo reached
tho junction of tho Erio and Lehigh Val
ley railroad. Thoy swucuou "t
lirakei, anu remove" i in Vhn
orythtng was uono quiun -
raosi oruony mannui.
inc tho hotel and saloon wcro notified
by tho leader to tell no liquor to nny cn
caecd In tbo ttriko, which roquost it
?..!tt fiLmrrn. Tho movement inau-
uuiatod hero J extending down tho road,
and it 1 reported that it will roach the en-
tiro length of tho road. Tlio tiriuo n ior
. mn named Soars, llvinu nino
miles from this city.was destroyed by lire
yosterday, and two children, aged respect
ivoly throo and four years, wero burned to
rrk. numnii wflfii tomnorurllv ab-
aorit, ond lind loft tbo children alono In
.1.. l.... WI. (l,n doors locked. It it
supposod that tho children wero playing
with tho flro, which wa communicatod to
tho bed, resulting in a terrlblo calamity.
OEN. M COOK S MUI.UJtHcii.
Yankton, Dakotah Tv., March 1.
In tho district court this morning, tho
caso of 1'. P. Wintormute, Indicted for the
murdor of Uonerai jiicuook-, wm
On tho motion ot too prosecuting
nev for a nollo prosequi, (which wa
..... i t , . . I . hllmnnnn nn
granted oy hi iiouor uuuo .jiiu.
tho ground that tho action of tlio former
grand jury wa illegal, and that tho de
fendant wa not prosont at tho timo ot tlio
challenging of tho jury,) tho dofondant
WftJ reinanJod inio mo nanus oi iuu uu
itl", hut by contout of tho counsol for tho
prosecution, no was aumnii-u w mu iu
Ihn um of $35,000 to'await tho action of
tho nort grand jury.
KX-lltESII)KNT J1AE. IN TBOUI1LK.
New Yoiik, Maroh J. Tbo caeo of
Ex-l'rosldent llaox of San Domingo, was
nn In Hrnnlflvn to.dav. On a motion to
vacate tho ordor of arrest issued by Judgo
l'ratt, an aflidavit was submitted by hi
counsel to tho street that tho complainant,
Hatch.'was an actlvo participant In tbo
lniurroctlon and was cupturod and son
toncod to doath, but thoeontonco was com
muted to oxllo, n a favor to tho United
HintniPi'nvnrnmant. In conclusion, tho
defendant says that all and ovory part of
the capture, trial and eontonce, so far as
he had any connection with thorn, woro
moroly tho proper exorciso of bis powors
and duties as protldont of the republic,
llodonic tho Jurisdiction of tho court.
WOOD1IULI. AND ILAFFLIN.
Tho criminal suit of Luthor O. Cballi
against Mrs. Woodhull, hor slotor 'lonny
Clftllln and hor husband, JJlood, wai
brought up to bo triod in thu court of
session to-day. The defendants nro now
without ball, tholr bondsmen havlni: ur-
rondered them Into tho hand of tho sher
iff and thoy must go to the Ludlow street
jail unloe now turitics aro obtalncd.whicli
Omaha. March 1 Tho library asso
ciation havo voted to keep opon Sunday
form 2 to C p.m.
Full timo has boon resumed In tbo
Uniion Faclllo (hop.
Thoomployo at tho Willow Spring
diitillory Imvo had tholr wage raised fifty
It It stated that work on tho Colorado
Central railroad will bo resumed soon and
pushod to completion. Thu will glvo
Omaha dlrlct connection with Lolor
IKIiKl'EKUEKT CONVENT ION,
San Fiuncibco, March A call has
been Usued for an indopendont Stato con
vention which 1 to moot at Salem, Oregon,
WisniNOTON. March L At noon to
day the associate juttlec n usual ontured
tho supromo court-rooiu, tho chief juuico
l.,lm In tho ronr. As tho associate on
the opening of Court occupied tholr toaU,
tho chief justleo took n chair nt tho dosk
of Mlddloton, tho clerk of tho Court. A
fow minutes tberiiaUor tbo clork read aloud
tbo commission of tho -prciiJont. when
tho chief Justleo rod aloud tbo oath to bo
administered to blm by tbo clork to
! which tho dark added, "so help you Ood,
tho chief justico lubscrlMng. Chief Jut-
Ico Waito then proceed to his eoat on tho
bench, bnvlnt; robod oeioro appearing
court. Tbo reading ot opinion was then
resumed from ycstonisy uy jusueo n u,
Thoro wa n Isrgo attotidanco of tho
member of tbo tar and other In tho
At tho session of tho way and moan
committor to-day, the chairman pro torn
informed nil eoncorned that .layno would
proceed on tho point to which bU atten
tion was cMlod yesterday why the moiety
law should or should not bo changod.
Th rmumlttco docidod to her nothing
from him about particular cases, and if ho
should havo to refer toacuso as illustrat
ing hie arcument, bo bould do o In an
Mr. Jayno then resumed hi testimony,
going over tho law rolallvo to seizure,
and argued in favor of tho present sys
tem of rewards, a olhorwiso thn govern
ment would loio largo sums by frauds.
The counsel of tbo Hoston uora oi
trade then followed with an nrguinoni
against tho HDizuro of book and paper
and giving moieties to informers.
Uancroft, tbo United State miniitcr,
ha issued invitation for a grand ban
quet to-dav, in celebration of tho anni
vorsary of 1'roMdont Grant' Inaugoratlon.
Omaha, March ). Mi.j.-Oen. Ord
furnishes thu fallowing extract of n let
ter from Agent Savlllo to Col. Smith ut
"Thcro Imvo boon no disturbance lnco
inv lust dlsnalch. howovur. many Indian
nt r.sr.r.. iti An ml lower, lio 2
4'2 cah: 4 51 Anrll: Rvo steady No 14
fresh 80. liarley dull. Fork tody at
11 25 cash; 14 45 April. Lard firmer at
H. Hulk meat good demand; shoulder
G;H K7;(3)7J; S O 7j. Wbliky dull
holdor not willing to inako concussions;
9'2 bid; 'J:i asked.
St. Louis, March 1. Flour dull, tuper
1 70& lb; extra 5 50(71)5 75; XX C CO0
0 25; XXX 5 250 75; family 7 00()
7 50; fancy 7 7509 00. Whoat, iprlng
dull, ncglectod ollered at 1 21; 11" bid
for No 2; fall firm, but cloiod dull; 1 -itij
bid for No rod; No 2 1 C5; 1 CO bid.
Corn linn, No '2 mixed COffifll. Oat
firmer No 'i mixed 471(17 J. liarley dull
doaler apart; 'No II prlng 1 55(1 00;
No 2 1 75iiM b0. Ryo firm 'JCg,'J2. Fork
iiulot 11 76015 ou. JJry tall moai tiuu,
doaler opart and little dono, bolder Unit;
nnlos looso clear no i j. ico iiuiui, uim
(! o M M I ii n I o u M e n o ii A M t
IIA-Y AMD WKSTKN l'KODUOK.
HTHATTON & BIRD,
have left emeu then with tl.o Intention of obhing and order uornanii, siiumui'i. j,
InUI Imu.r imrK' A ll'.ilra urn an rolll. nlior rill R3: ClOSr BJCUIOI- J.aru
... 'l . - .4 . . . . .. ..t I.I
Wamiisuton, March 1. Potter pre
sented a memorial form tho buslnos mon
of Now York, representing tho aggregato
capital to bo over J17,dC0,000, against tho
incrcusoof irredoemablo currency by tho
covcrnmcnt hnd protesting against tho
action or tho itcretary of tho trouurv In
issuing treasury notes without author
ity by law.
Mr. McKeo from tho commlttooon ter
ritories reported a bill concerning tbo olco
tlon laws of Utah. Referred to commit
too of tho wholo on a point of ordor.
plicated among muni iui iriiujm u
moedud to protect thn agency. Crazy
Horso 1 on tho war path, but tlio
Clioyonne seem detorinlliod to keep tho
pcaco. Now is tho timo for tho troops to
reach tho agency, but I would respectfully
lupgett not to depend on too uili a force.
Two thousand Indian could bo concen
trated hero in a liort timo. A regiment
of mon lnsldo this stocksdo could dofond
It ngalnst any force they could ralso ; but
tho dllliculty I to get thfcin here. Tho
Indian havo entlnel all ovor tho coun
try, and keep a lino along llib nius oi me
l'latto, so that a forco starting
from tho Fort would bo preceded
by tho Indian. I thinli It troop nan u;
undown and rldo horo without delay, wo
can hold tlio auency until thov arrivo.
Tho Indian can bo taken by Biirprisu
now, but two weok later thoy will sur
prise us. Wo will stand on tho defensive
until you arrivo. I would fuggost that
you do not siari unui my mcisungur ar
Unless wo aro fully prepared wo
would probably nil bo killed boforo you
could get mere, rroops uoro iiienns nm,
though n large party of Indians now
horo will accept mo siiuauoii -wnun m;
onco got hero. Mr.Djan, trador at tho
Rod Cloud agoncv, rim tho gauntlet on
Monday night with a drovo of nlnoty
mulo. arriving at Fort Laramie
yctory morning. Ho wa asisted to
escapo bv two friondly Indian. Ho con-
1 . I ' Ml- . I .. I . .1.1.1
that tho Mlnnoconjous und Ilrulo v;ar
parties aro at Fox river, iwoniy-uvo mucs
north of tho agency. Tha troops that left
Fort Laramlo Monday will reach the
ogoncy this ovenlng or to-morrow morn
ing, and will reliovotheemployos. Thoro
seems to bo no question but that thr-ro
will bo war, but tbo aceno of tho trouble
h to far romovod from ony 'sottlomont
that no fear whatever is cntorluined.
That thoro will bo troublo.
prime tteam hold HJ. winsxy quioi.
bolfi-o higher,! HloW.'3'J. Sugar actlvo,
15. E. PARKER,
(Silcces'or to l'arkor Alllakc,)
Agents American Powder, ompanv
No. r7 Olilu Lerce,
N. It. 'l"bltlcwood. I. J.'lliutcwood
TUIHTLKWOOU k CO.,
L'AINTS ANX OLLS JOommibbi oi mhohat.
iB.t Ida nfdnlimti"! illntntnt!o
nnnu'l IIII.lllNfl OOB llTO UT. COM
IUin . . 1LL1NOU
THE SOUTHERN HOl'EL.i
FLOUR, CORN, OATS HAY, ETC
Ho.78 0UIO I.KVKK.
WAR ON BACCHUS.
TROUBLK IX THK 0AM 1'
Olllco ot Obtervation, Signal S-ervlcc u. .
nnuy. Dally reiiori oi hicsibku m nnvt ,
villi i tho changes for the 21 hours ending
3 o'clock y. in., Marth 1, 1874.
THE TKMl'JiltAXOK I'EOPLB
HOLDING THEIH GROUND
A HIGH OLD TIME AT'.C'OLUM
JIUS, On 10, YESTERDAY.
vi ." o r. o
1(1 7 0 1 0
7 7 0 SO
27 7 O n I
u o o i
10 1 II
ns H ' II 81 0
'.'!! " O '2 0
in I U ii 0
i : o oo
'llelow High watermark.
Columiiu. Marsh 1. At throo o'clock
to-day, ono hundred and fifty ladle ro
nowed tho crusade. Reforo tho procoesion
had got ono equaro from'.tho church, dense
crowd of curiosity ecokora men, women
and children surrounded them making
progress almost immpossiblo. At several
... ... . .. . it
noints on Illnh etreol, notwiiiisianuins;
tho utmost ctlorts of tho polico tho eido
walks woro coinplololy jammed with
a noisy ond not very no
lect crowd. It I highly
probablothat If It bad not boon for thu
polico, it would havo boon necoisnry to
abandon ovorythlng in tho united work.
Fivo saloons woro visited ond tho propri
etors talked and prayed with, but no sign
ers to tho plodgo woro obtained. Ono
station agreed not to sell any more liquor
alter his preont biock wa oiu oui. uuu
saloon, which wa crowdod with men, at
fomntnil to drown tho nravcr and sing
ing by cheoring, but wiro gupprosiod by
the proprietors, who, at first
wnro verv doQant but aftowards
insUtod thut tho ladle ihould bo treated
with roipoct. Tho druggist of tho city
hold mooting to-day to consider tho situa
tion, and twolvo of them signed a plodgo
not to sell or glvo away any alcoholic
liquors, oxcept for t medical, chemical,
mocbanicnl or sacramental purposos, and
In oitbor caso to partie personally known
to tho druggist, or upon a physician
prescription. Thoso signing this plodgo
ombraco nearly all tho prominent drug
kIbIs of tho city.
At tno prayer iiil-uviii mi biwuivwm
tho comraittoo appointed to wait upon the
cenoral assembly in relation to tho move-
. . ..... .1 1 I I . . ... I .-. ...wl
inent, roporiou ma mey nan huiiiu
teveral ioglelators and wore told that bo
foro any special privileges ioiioiu eerviuin
In tho stato bouso can bo gr&ntod thoy
must know Just what oorvlces would lo
n.iYTnv. Maroh 4,-Tho women did
not uttn a whack at whlskov to-day, thoy
bolng busy perfecting tholr arrangements.
Tbo excitcmont is Increasing. Tho liquor
doalers association to-tlay rosoiveu to ro-
titl at ovory point, uno or tno abict
law firms havo boon rotainod to help thoin.
Thoy will enjoin tho arreBt and prosocu
tlon of person wborovor they can mako a
point. A largo oxpon fund baa beon
Jubjcrilou. Dayton will bo interesting
whon wnr opens earnostly.
KnwiN Hoot ii.
Observer Slg. tier. U. H.A.
WAnuMfiTov. March On
day, for Kastorn and Middle state, north
and northweit wind, diminishing In forco,
I'lTTsnuna, March 4 Rivor rising
tlowly, 7 foet 0 inche.
Vickdiiuko, March -l. Up linhbago
and barge. Down II O Yacgor. Rivor
rising; weatbor cloudy and warm.
Nkw Ohleanh, March t. Arrived
City of Alton, St Louis; Indiana, Cincin
nati; Hollo Loe, Memphis. Dopartcd
James Uoward, ol l.ouls.
L1TTI.K Rock, Match -1. Woatlior clear
nml nlnatant: rivor rlsini: with 1 1 foot 3
inches by gaugo. Arrlvod Hattio, abovo.
Dopartcd Clarksville, Memphis.
Nashville, March 1. Rivor on a
utand, 17 feot ! inche on tho ehoals. Tho
weather 1 cloudy and ploasant. Arrlvod
II II Cooko from Upper Cumberland.
Dopartod Uurksvlllo for Taducab.
CiNtiixxATi, March 1. River 127 feot
and falling. Dopartod Charmor. Evans
vlllc; Esporanza, St Louis- John Ivilgour,
Now Orloan. Tho Thompson Dean lio
ovor horo two or throo day for ropalrs to
Msiti-iiif, March 4. Wcntbor cloar
and pleasant; River about stationary.
Arrived John 13 Maude, Now Orloan.
Dnnartnd John Kvlo. Robort Mitcball,
Now Orloan. Tbo Parker for Cincinnati
lays ovor till to-morrow.
Evansville, March -1. Tlio weather
is cloudy and cooler einco tho heavy rain
and vlolont wind of Inst night. Mercury
30 to 48 degroe. Tho rivor ha fullori 2
foot. DownMary Davago, Comot, Ar
kansas Hollo, Rod Cloud and (Irey Kglo.
XJp Fayette, Falls 1'ilot and Ocorgo
Jtoborl. jiusinois ncuve.
Louisvillk, March 1 River ttill fall
ing with 11 foot 2 inches in tho canal, '
Inchos In Indian pass. Arrived Mln
noola, Cincinnati; Ron Franklin, Mom
phis; Stella, Rlgly and John (Jilmoro.with
tow, Pittsburg. Departod Minnoola,
Mompbls; Hon Franklin, Cincinnati;
i.. W,r, Nmv Orlrnni: Stella and
l'lttsburg; Gilmoro, St Louis. Cloudy and
New Yoiik, MaTch 4 Monoy easy nt
3(34 nor cent. Sterling -laiU, eixty Jays,
anil 487 sight. Custom receipts S-i"""-
Oold closed at uz, nueriuiiuiK "mvlv
111J. Carrying rates 2 t por cent.
Tho assistant troosuror disbursed 3l,-
000. Cloarlng zy.uuu.uuu. viovoiu
mont bond aotivo but lower, btato bonds
nominal. Stocks opened activo but weak
and doclinod 40- Por cent., regaining
toward tbo close.
MRS. T. N. OAKF.NKY
Takes plcasuro in announcing to tho pub
He Unit sbo has taken possession of this,
Vinnular and ronvonlont boioi on uio uuiu
Lovco, and tljit shn ha Rkkubsibiikii
It In manv roiliects. and
it now proparod to accommodate tbo pub
lic wltli goon iao, goou rouiiif,
o, 1 f.viirvtliinff opruffarv to. and usually
rnn,l In r firat-vlas ostabllshiaent.
Thankful for past patrontgo, h hope to
merit it continuance.
tST Day boarder rccotvoii ai ri-ann-
blu rates. m-i-.u-iiu
Cairo 13ox and Basket Co.
LUM1JER OF ALL KINDS
IIAKI AMI KOl-l'.
h'oi'P conit.mtly on lisnu
Kl.OUlUNO AND SlDINO, AI.HO LATH.
MILL AH1J VAI'.l) COHSKR TIllHTV-l-OUKTll
SfKKKT ANU OHIO LKVKK.
. ILLINOIS. 30-7
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In '
Limb, Obmimt, Vuun, iikiu, to,
so tilo Isvee.
pari will tell In car loaa low a snanui.
uror' iirlin. addlnu trelght. "
J. M. PlilLLmj,
K.KW LIVERY STALSLK.
MILLS W I'AUKKU, Iiurlclur.
Fonrarding and CommiiBion.
prepared to forward aH kind of freight
HudlncH attended to promptly.
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successors to D. Hurd A Son.)
ri.UJB,UKAIl AND BAT.
No C3 Ohio Lovoo. CAIRO. ILLS.
J. D. WILLIAMSON,
wu AT.vtt a t.p. iuuun)
..!. m.ni i,,.Hvi.fii Walnut and Wash
Haling purchased tho entire stook, htablo,
Homc, I'arrlagc, HugKics, etc.. ot lr
"lold. iiid added .nvi-ral now turnouts Ml.
.Mr. I'arkernow IiiMIch all ni iru-i ym
and new, in wntot Saddle 1 Ion.cn. Double
or Single Carriages, or anything olso 1 hi
Inn, to ulve him a call. in i.-ipi
John O. narman. Ciia. Tnrupp
JOHN Q. 11AHMAN & CO.,
And Dealer In
fit kl.t- f AVAA II
f UltlV MIV-Vf
w . 1 uiii.i aiittnrinn itiviiii 11 :u iikiM
.rTia. JnA illllnre nnlarri. 112 tl
JOHN U. PHLLlfl BON,
(HnoeMsors o John H. Phllllf,)
a-l-Kl-KT-Cll A T. lYlMMlHRl 1 1
PKALKR8 IN HAY, OOKN, OAT
n ota imkh l'uuL Flour, Moal, JJran, acc.,
Cikciknati, March 4. According to
the roport of tildnoy I). Maxwoll, suporln-
tondent of the chamber of commerce, sub
mitted to-day, tbe avorago grois weight or
hog packed at Cincinnati this winter, was
twohundrod and eighty and three-quarters
pounds. An advance over last win
ter oi tweniy-iour anu louriocn Hun
dredth pounds, Avorago gallon ot lard
of all kind per hoad, tblrty-nintt and
seven-tenths. An advance of Gvo and
flfty-nlno hundredth pounds. Total pro
ductlon mess pork, twont y-ioven thousand
barrels, against tblsty-lbreo thousand ltt
ri.n annainrUl oloction briborv mattor
I is still under Investigation at .Sacramento,
but no new tacts navo beon ouciiuu.
AvMAi-oi.l. Mu.. March 4. Jame R.
Oroomo wa inaugurated Governor of
MAiiuii,March4. The rcportodiurcos
ot tho Carlltt bat arousod thu national
anlrlt ol thn pooblo who aro now coining
to tho aid of tho uovernmont In it offort
to duppree tho lniurroctlon. Contribu
tions of mouov and clotblni! aro
pouring In and all tlio mo
.ma in tbo citv havo clvon perform
ancet In aid of tho cauta. Tulegram have
been recolvcd from tho provincial autnoi
and decidodly lower tomporaturo than on
Wednesday and clear woaiuur.
umii. Atlantio states, northweit
and north wind, gonornlly clear woathor
and falling tomporaturo. .......
For Oulf ctato r.ati oi tno jhiimii-i
lines ond Lower Ohio Valley, wind. slA t-
Ing tu tho souiu anu u
cloudy watbor, ,i.,i.
For Lowor i.sku ruKiu"i,iB","" ;
woather with winds (lilttlng to oat nnd
outh. . .. ,....,.
For Uppor Lauos, laumB
rising tomporaturo, M4.100"1"?.
east and outhwc.t wind with indication
of threatening woathor.
For Missouri and Upper Mlssisalppi
Valley, falling barometer, rl.lng tompor
aturo and Increasing eouthoast to south
west wind. , .
Tho Ohio rivor will rlto and tho Mlsslt
lppt rivor below Cairo will continue rlt-
Mumimiis, Alarcii Flour dull and
prlco drooping, 5 B09 60. Corn moal
.lull and prlcos drooping, d W fA
Corn dotnand good at full rato 767C.
(tots ilomand good 68. Hoy dull and
nom'nal. Rran market baro. l.gg du
ondpr co drooping, iuwjio. iu.uu..
and price uroopniKi
dull, but unchanged. Racon in fair do
maud, but at lowor rate, shoulder 7;
HiNfiNNATi. March 1. Flour tody.
Vhoat dull at 1 381 40. Corn dull at
58G2. Oat iteady at 1451. Ryo
stoady at 1 01. Uarloy scarco, firm and
unchanged. Kgg 10017. Butter toady.
Choose llrm. Fork in good demand nt
1160. Lard firm ; ttoam 8J8S ; kettlo
85(58;. Hulk meats llrm ; thld (H spot;
01 buyer' May and timo; OU7jpotj
8 buyers' timo ; clear 77J. Racon
And Land Agent", or tho Illinois Cent
and Hurling ton and Missouri Railroad com
ortli Uor. ol etls SSI. i.iul o !.
UKMia, JJKO., 4 CO.,
AOINTil IlOUK C'OITON SllLLH
NO. CO Ohio Levoo, Cairo, 111
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
SKICN1I fAl.U 8TVI.KN.
MKS. M. JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. SwiuuUr,)
announcoH that ho liai ut;.openod a larec
assortment oi tno
.iiii.iwuullDT.lvr.TH iNll HA
FUWDJStt uUMrAn i .
Tbntm Stkt ao
Mllllnory Uood to bo foimd in tho market
She will keep on baud
Hats, Ronnktb, Flowkus, Riuiiomb,
iiiivxu TniMMiMoa or All Kindb.
Ladiks FimNiBiitNO (Iooijb, Notions,
ii.. . . i.u llHnngHl.vv.VES. Rum.
a.i ..ii iurnii, i iii mtllliiorv ritoro. all
ot which will bo dUponod ot at tho lowest
cash price" Mr. Jacknon rcupectrully
asks a continuation or tho pataonugo which
ha- been so Rbeia ly besisowea pou ncr vj
tho ladle oi i"
DKAI.KRS, t-avo your voiiimMoiii. by sell
lug J our Scrap Zinc, In any iiHimtlty, direct
11, tllO fOIIMIllltT.
M'flUlXUUdB IKON CO.,
Ufa Unit '""",) Cindiniiitl, O.
VK T K It O U H L,
TJT. flTTTJ Mil HI1HA
Ho. M WHIO l.KTBE,
iin r mi mi i. iniiin ux
uiiioni TMrprpKNHniTNK Jk .i
Hrtnnral UommiaaioD Morohko
IBS OHIO LIVM
MILLER k FABKBB,
. .1 XT .i j. a v a rua nui a mm a
j JLMA1 nni I a ww ! i
nnirnna IU VT.nTTR. OO
0tB, Hay, etc,
. .....ma WATVtlAWK'B hua
auan w va
Ohio L)T)i OAIBO. ILLINOIS.