1'Hlfi CAIRO DAlh BULLETIN, FRIDAY, -MARCH 0, 1874.
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Tei Irtt ledy,wso. evsr ''it type" in
MphtaWaowat work on ?lhe Appeal'
in that city.
Da. RoBSRT Alltm of McKsndro col
lagana been appointed president of the
Nemal scbooi at OMbondftlo.
8tlCE.tbe.confirniUon of Simmons to
the Boetem collectorsbip, Butter is the
"Mf lata" oT.Waihtafton'cltyi
' ' . . If I ! 'Jf J
DATtAfAi OA'othe defaulting 'tress
urerpf -Caioago, taade an application for
a change of renue to Waukegan, which
waa grata tad.
DetAT elections were hold yory gen
erally tbroaghet;lawV.on Monday 1 tit.
and in nearly' eyery, town, the aatl-nionop-oiy
ticket was elected by a large majority.
Box. MltXAKD Filmorc, ox-presidenl,
of tbe United Statoi, it lying in a criti
cal coalition at Buffab, New York. Ho
wai struck with paralysis two' weeks
Hih Billi Mukjut, who hai been
acUig M deputy circuit clerk of Mclean
ooostty, (aa4 charged with embezzlement
of Ue .funds of the office, 1 'hating her
case tried at Bloomlngton. Tbe trial ii at-
traotiag-Bo MU attention.
r. ' : '
Ttti business men of Peoria are clrcu
lating a petition to Congress to pass tbe
bill aataorirlng tbe Increase of legal ten
dera to foari hundred million. Tho'Dom
ooraPof.that city urges all iU buiineii
men all property holders to put tbolr
jnatcee to the petiMoa.
ucoaoK ali-hid Towmsknp, the
Washington correspondent of, the Chi
cago Tribune hu beon accused by
Walker, Washington correapondent of
the Chicago 'Timei,' of having beon pro
seated with a dwelling bouie by the Dis
use tlMSiJStmmmm jfet likotfca
impulaW WltrTlh,' old o f an um.
braUa took hla image out of "Wafltor,
braking Una considerably but drawing
d '' -
Th ."fortie parallel1' railway conven
lion was held In gprlagfleld on Wednec
speeches ware madefy 6ov. llevoridgf,
ei-Uor. Palmer and others, and much en
thusiumVM manifested. resolution
was passod cappolatlag atfexecutivp com
mit Uo of fifty "to preparo a suitable char
ter to be laid before Congress embodying
tbe viewa of the convention, and to so
cure theswasasary legislation' to aid In tbo
early complotlon of the groat unterpriio."
Two travelers, ono a large man, the
other a sasiJqno, both with black loath
er vaJises'Wkich they guarded with notlc
eebletwetchfulneas, stopped at the Adam
Mouse in Wataaw, HaacocVcounty.IH., a
tew nights ago. Before their departure in
the mornbif , a set Of harneis was found
in the river aad a horsa and buegy near
by. It ooeurred to the proprietor of tho
hotel that th owoers.of the black leather
vatues wan aaspteiosrs individuals and
that if tbey had been 'conuottoJ in any
way with the Quincy banki robbary, ,he
would do wuat he could to brinir thoui to
justice. Ba accordingly jelographed to
me wuinoyjiatecuvea to bave the black
leather bag and tLeir own
rs, who had taken tha.train, dotalrt'ed at
Feoria or" Loganspbrt;: 1 diUcUvea
were UbiqdJiflM, however, and tbe it. o
men, who took seats at ;elther end. of the
ear, vary near the door,' slipped away.
Wu have had the pleasure of read
log a lecture' dn' "draw Wfo'rm," delivered
in Boston by Dr. Mary, fjatford Blake and
raponej lorjne Uostou.'Journal.' The
subject is one which has qngiged tbe at
Untlon of 'tboughifu .woiaan.for some
years past TheJecturerdfspoiod oi it iu
the able, thorough a'ndjntolligent manner
all who knew har ability would foal she,
must She does not advocate any pro
nounced change la the style of woman's
dress, or any costume which the most fas.
tldlous could "object to j aha rather ad
vises the discontinuance of many injuri
ous and unnecessary accessories of dress,
and tbe adoption In their places of,bealth.
ful, convenient and oomfortable styles of
clothing. Believing iy will, bo a pleasure
to our readers to read the lecture, which is
tbe Urst of a series of six td be delivered
by different ladles New York and Bos
ton, we will publish it in Sunday morn,
log's Be-LLSTiJf, , , "
; 9. .
GbU.cz Orsuwood, who claims to bave
been "a friend to the colored! people when
they needed friend,", ejects o making
sue uniiea utttes ttenaU chamber a station-house
for (colored), vagrants." In a
letter to tbe Nejrjrdrk Times' she says:
"The philanthropic allusion tho other
day of Mr. Cox to tbe colored patriots,
"sitting unlforsaly la the Btllorjss," and1
to their urgent, .desperate need of decent
clothing, suggest' question which some
body ought to consider and act upon, and
that somebody should bo the Senate or
Moum of Kepreeentatlres. It 1st Shall
men and boys, however wU colored, but
saake tbem pr;yI Jouaglag place
rawuog piaoea. .jbom oi usese nawtues
are famous sleestatsuEvra -when the
rtghU and prlvllsar.es atvsl wroars and duu
. VI 1 1 . 1 ... r . i , L ,' " t . ' . - 1
ewa rafe an unaar ois-
jnIob, somnolency crvrnm wd J
raggea v sat Mssnof naecncy,an4 dirty
to absolute ilthlsjees,v contlnu to enjoy
Ue freedom of tte "srallerias 7 Thevnow
they sltep "not wliely but too well.'' flen-
alors nae xoia me ina inruuu"
nieht seiilons they are oticompasied
about by this dark cloud f oblivious wit-.
J . . . .1 at. a akIIpa
niffht-ZMnunlallv If. the weather bo cold
or iiorsny, raxunaung " ..-.--
comteja urvaao sumwor-iiKu n nu-.u..
cuiloMd sesMjnf thdgaHery.
Tini supe'rlnlcndent of the Yollowstono
National l'ark wants a hundred thousand
dollars to spend In improvements on "'t
IntenJod. to-be famous national resort.
Tbe story is not a vory 1J ono of a
boolleis, hallos, raggod hogar hoy Im
portuning a klnj-hearted laJy for charity
aad receiving in answer to his pathotlc
ippeal.aillfcr-thestdry tlatos from tho
days of specio T"iiuarter." Inilean oi
spending the gift for bread, al tho donor
Intended.the beggar bought ft tinsel breast
pin with which he adorned his torn Itnon.
Although'not entirely analogous, me case
of ito superintendent of tbo Yollowstono
l'ark aiking an appropriation al this time
forahundreJ tbouiaud dollars from the
exchequer of tho country for tho adorn
ment of the said park, unavoidably
brings to mind tho above story.
Thai 1 United States treasury
is not dopletod, nor likely to bo under a
judicious mkuagonient of its fundi. Uut
appropriation committed bavo boen busy
slnce tbo enenlni; of Ooncress cuttini;
down here, retrouchlni; there, la Ilia on-
deavor to make "both ends muot" In the
oipenditura of tho revonuos of the coun
try for Its actual and nocossary oxpenaes.
The jpeople with ono accord, havo called
for economy and tho condition of the
tlnnncos demands, it. A hundrod thou
sand dollars spent at this time for im
provements on tho ellowilonu lurk
would bo a fulr illustration of tho im-
providencoof the beggar boy who bought
, breastpin whon ha needed broad.
Caleb Cuthlng' will sail for Spain to
Lady' Burdott Cults heads tho move
ment 'against cruolty fo' animals in En
. Tho Archbishop of Mulines has ex-
comrnunlcatod evory 1'reomason in Bel
Hon. N. iC;;Ilall, judgooftho United
States District Court, and who was post
mastor genoral under 1'rosldent Plllmoro,
died at Butralo Tuesday morning.
Micholot contracted the disonso of
which ho died during tho siego of Paris
At tho time of his death ho was at Ilyoros,
hoping to recuperato under the influenco
of soutborn Kran:o.
Mr. D. O. W. Boot, -a liquor dealer of
Colorado Springs, Colorado, btcamo so
opprossod, somo tlmo tlnco, by tho results
at Abo temperanco movomentthat ho com-
mlttod 'soicUdwby shooting himself
through tho bend.
Mrs. Myra Clarke Haines has entered
suit against Caleb Cushinc, claiming
f200,000 f6r"Iibol, In this, "That In rocont
mils uiea by Cusliing hu charges hor
with making wanton and grossly mall-
Tho wife of Hon. Milton Hay, mom
ber of tho Illinois house 6t representatives
from Sangamoncounty, dlod suddonly on
Wednesday morning. Slio was tho old
est daughter of Judgo (jogan of that
county and whs a lady of estlmnbln char
acter, and much belovod.
Tho will of Jhiiios AV. Uirurd.of New
York, was admitted, to pr bate "Wednesday.
All his own children, the children of bis
brothers and.alstors, and his servant nro
remembered, and in tho fourth codicil ad
ditions ato made to nearly overy logaoy.
Theestato is valued lit $1,000,000.
I. I. - -CANON
KlNHSIiEY ilKKOHK A
NKT YO 11 tv AUDIKNUK.
New York Trllmnf 1
Thn Kiiilunieo Unit llllcil Associiitlou
hall last ovenniK to hear Uliarles Kini'S
ley lecture roooiveu him on onturiiii' with
such a quiot L'Nwtliu' thai If ono has list
oned to it with elnit oyov, lio might havo
w:ndud at it as a sign of a want of
sympathy. Hut luokiuj; at tho wall of
laces boforo him, oarnest and friendly, tho
lecturer mini navo lull inal llio weicomo
if it wore a wblspornd ono tamo from tho
heart And If lio know, as 'tis iiunt
like no tlofs, the defects of
tils own oratory, and tho queer
awkwardness of his delivery, ho must be
sura there U. either something starling In
what heaays-ureomethtng sterling in him
self, seeing how, In ppita of all external
drawback, he holds' his hoarers to tho end.
Canon King'sluy's itresonco is not whut
'ono looks for iu a public speaker; he looks
oniy a suy Konueman. embarrassed at
flnding himself famous, and only half at
homo behlnd'the slim music-alaud that ho
wishes wore a lectern. While tho Iter.
Mr. Potter is iiitroduslng him ho shrinks,
covered with confusion, bluslit-s in hi
arm-chair, and wben the tlmo comu,
rolls himself oil' his cuthfon. seize !
manuscript as n' sheet anchor, fumbles (ill'
bis' last kid clove, stralirhtetia hlmlf ,
and lKuhclitS out with a voluo that sound.-i
like the wall of miserable sinners In bis
own Auoey service. or an bour and n
half this mournful cry keeps on, with
scarcoly a chivnge of note, with hardly a
dying fall, and with such wlilo-mouthod
roiling voweu.anii outlandish uccent tbut
many a nine what he is saying might as
well, bo Uroek for all th at fin Iia Til. fin r,T
it There Is hut ono eosturn thn rit,i
e bow supported by tho loft hand, and the
right hand, or its forollsger, waving like
a pennon, appealing, threatening, empha
sislng, doing all tho work of two hind.
ana answering tho awkward angularity of
the body's swsying back and forth.
HARRIET), MVOKOKI), AVIUOWEI)
IKrom the Iiton, (111.), Home.loiinial.
i-i!0Ul 0,Bht yeara ago Mr. AVIIIIam II.
lbomas, a well-known cltlzon of Ucon
married h second wf0, and thero csme t.l
live with him Il.tiU Wlnslow, .l.tcr to
Mrs. T., a very urettv olrl. uiiv, ,,.i
features, plump tlguro, und frank-engac-log
manner. Mr. Thomas had two sons
tbe older of whom nQi v(lt bhu...i
his majority, and botwosn him nd Hattio
there craw una feelitnr of ritt.nl,,,,.
that ripenod Into love and culminated Into
Tho relationship thus brought about was
decldodly funny. JIo became a brother
to his father and moth,,? nnnin i i t.
Uters. and bis odspring the grandchll
dren of his sister.
'lbe new couple went to house-keeplnir
and for a while cot inn v.- .u
getbbr, but gradually they discovered the
world was not made for nm,i,i.. v..n
and Us) cobcIuiIqa jras foroad home that
mj sal made a mlstike. Tho truth was
tay wsro butfcbildren aud instead tf ha"
: . 1 .
Ing been allowed to marry should have
been spanicea sounmy ana put to tna.
Trotiblns caine withoutjithn philosophy
to bear tbcni) whloh matttro ytais-brin,
an 1 without any positive fault en oltluir
side thoy wero unhappy.,
Two children bad txten born In tho
moantimo, but thbso only incroasod their
cares and wldonud tho ;ulf between thnm.
Two or threa times thoy sopsratod, am)
after hnlni; apnrt nwliilo came togothnr
again, but finally parted for good. Hat
tie went to llvo with n s'.aler U 1'oorla,
whoro a iVtvorco was obtalnod In dun
A yoar or so afterward sho married u
tocond time, living happily wo under
stand until tho Month of her husliMid a
few months ago. II utile ilonno.1 bur wid
ow's weeds and mourned litir loss, yut
not as one without hopo.
Ono child reumlned as a plcdg8 of hor
first love, and its oxlstonce was Jouhtlo
a reminder to each of it unlnn tbat should
never havo beon broken, Thoy met and
loved again, and mutually resolved to
forgot the past and unlta their dostlnles
onco more. A quiet wedding ws hail,
and at Its conclusion thoy set out for h
distant state to begin life anew.
HOW THK FAMOUS NORTH CAK-
OUNA DKSPKBADO MKT HIS
DEATH A SCORE OF COLD
llliOODEl) MUKDKltH FEAR PUT,
fYlliiilnlii (X. ('.) fc'liir, I'i'hniary 28.1
A llltlo alter 11 uclock yesterday, our
community was startlod by tho announce
ment inal sieve i'Owroy, the last survivor
of tho notorious bntid of lloheson county
outlaws, bad been killed. Tho first intel
ligence was brought in tho following epo
:ial telegram to tno '.Morning Star' :
"Stove J-owrey was instantly killed this
morning by Patterson, .Sutton and Hoi
comb, in the upper part of Kobsson
county, while tuning bis banjo to play for
somo wagoueri. Three shots woro thud at
him, aud took ctloct in his head. His body
is now In tho court house at Ijuinbortou."
Tho lutolltgeuco though barron nf de
tails, created unusual uxcltemont; und
thero was uuivorsal rejoicing to know
that tbe last of the bloody bandits had
mot tho fato that ho so richly deserved.
On tbe arrival of tho Carolina Central
train we were cnablod to gather tho fol
Lowroy has Tor a long tlmo nbst Inod
from tho uso of ardent spirits, and was,
thoroforo, very wary in his raovomontu,
concealing himself ell'ectually from
several enterprising young men of Rob
inson county who woro hunting for him.
Rocently, howovor, ho had n sovore at
tack of sIckncM and becamo very much
roducod In flesh and physical strength.
Thus, fueling unwell and weak, tho ap
pearance, from Randolph county, with a
whisky wagon, induced Stovo to try and
recuperato his dobilitated system a llltlo
by imbibing somo of tho exhilarating
fluid, and for that purposo appoarcd at
Burn's wagon, on Sunday ovonlng, near
tho residence of .lohn McNalr, Esq., who
lives about sixteen miles west of liumbor
ton.nnd two miles south of Red Banks sta
tion, on tho Carolina Contra railroad.
Steve, it would nppour, romainod all
night in tho vicinity of Burns' wagon,
but his movements wore closely watched
by Mac. Fattorson, Thomas Sutton and
Donald Uolcombe. All night these young
men watched tho wagon, and near day
break, when Burns kindled his flro to
cook broakfust.thoy bohold Lowory,whono
doubt had just Imbibed his morning dram,
banjo in band and roady to ongago in a
hilarious frolic. Near bim was thodnver
of the wagon, a colored man,
and 11. was a J""tf lmn lmfnm
.iw young mon felt at liberty !to
tiro, so much was he surrounded by tho
parties belonging to tho wagon. At last,
when nearly all had rot 1 rod from tho im
modi ato vicinity of tbo doomed man, ex
cept the colored man, who soemod doter
minod to onjoy tho muslo of tho banjo
(and ovon ho at Inst removed his head a
llltlo out of tho line of direction,) tho three
guns simultaneously discharged their con
tents In tho fiico, head, and breast of
atophon Jiowry, kllllnir. him instantly.
Ho colored man whs slightly wounded in
the side ol thn hoad at tho same time, and
fell whnn Stovo did. butuulcklv re:ovorod
hlnmoir, expressing great gratltudo that
no was anvo.
And this is tho laUof thn notorious rob
ber and outlaw, and we hope the tail of
tho robbery and lawlessness in Rohason
county. On tbo dead body of tho outlaw
was lounu a copy or llio weekly Wilming
ton 'Fost' perforated with tho hullets that
ended his lifo. Thero was also found on
him a bunch of eknloton koys, and koysnf
nu uescripuoiiH aunptea to opening any
kind of lock. Hu was armed with a long
sharp knife,threo revolvors and a Henry rl-
nu. ii in miioneii tnai ino OXCIietnonloi tho
people of Kobuson.whoarelniiiimberlonln
great numbers, attending tho spring torm
tu me Bupurior couri. was verv ifrent on
yestorday when thoy saw tho dead bodv
of the murderer, hut no ono offered any
insult to tho remains. Thero sooms to be
a doep grntitiidn, hut no unseemly exulta
tion. The band whose extinction Is mado
complete by the death of Stevo I
originally consisted of flvo active mom
bors, via: Thomas Lowroy, Andrew
Strong, Stephen Lowroy, Ilonry Berry
Lowroy and Boss Strong; and thoy were
aged a follows, at tho time they were
killod: Thomas Lowrey, 37; Andrew
Strong. 'A'j j Stephen Lowrey, 31 j Uonry
uerry jjowroy, ; uosit ntrong, III.
Stopben Loworv was about tlvn fact tun
Inches hiirh, nf dark, swarthv rfimnloil,
and of mixed Indian .ml
some of his ancestors, it is said, having
belonged to tho famod Tusoarora tribe.
Ho was by all odds tho holdn.t
outlaw band; destitute of tho moral cour
ago and other olomonts of leadership
wnicli characterized his younger brother,
uenry norry, oui novoriousiy tils superior
in tlerco determination and brute, bull-
uog courai?e. i-'ortunatolv for thn iond
people of Roboson county, he Is now dead.
ami me sorrows or more than a' snoro o f
uesoiaie nnmns havo beon avengod.
London, March 6. It 's stated, that
soon aner mo assomoung, parliament will
adjourn until tbo 19tu lusU A special
dispatch to tho 'Times' from Jlayonno,
ivuiaiuo tuu mnwiu(j inieiiigence. oo
tained from Carlist sources:
Has announced that It Is not his inton
Hon to impose cmtrihutionupon tbo pop.
ulatlon of Bllhoa,whon that place Is taken,
Upon Ills ontranco into tbut city be will
proceed to tho cathedral, and bo crowned
Kivri m.' ui'.ii v.
Ho will swear to support tho llbortles of
uu voupio, ana win constltuto tho covotn
mont with Oonoral Loo us
president of the council. An
oppoal will ho maao t0 foro'irn
n?wr' ? rcc"KniZ tbo bolllgerauoyof
tho Carlists. Ho will declarotheSpsniards
exempt from ulleginnco to any other cov
ornmont than his own; thai ho will draw
SS.OOoyKio as tho first installment of tho
loan previously contractod.
of tho Dally News at St. Petersburg,
writes, datod 26th nit., that lorlous riot
Ing has occurred in Eastorn Polund In
consoquenco of tbo closing of tho church
es by order! of tbo government. At one
place the disorder was so groat that the
military was callod out and fired on the
rioters, killing and wounding seventy
Reported Exyel for tlie-BulWin.
'I'll V. WOODliUI.I. TUIHH LOOK.
IN THK TOMBS.
PHITHHH DK1MIKDATIONB 1JV
THK WAHONIvINU ALCOHOL
OHOWD OF MAJjK ANi)
FKMALK LOAFKH3 HOLD
A MOCK I'RAYKU
HOW THE MIUSADK PRO
UHKSSES AT BKLLl'OUN
TAIN. THK SALOON KKKPKHS AT
J K PF KHSON V I L L K, 1 N I).,
STILL liOLD OUT.
AT llEt.l.GFOU.STAltr, OUtO.
Bkllekountain, March 0. Two liq
uor sellers surrendered to-day. Ono ap
peared at tho mass meeting this mottling,
insdo u statement, signed tbo liquor deal
ers' pledge, anj then on bended knoos
askod tbe ladles to pray -for him. Tho
ludlcs nro gulning largo accessions to their
ranks dally. A men's leaguo whs lormod
this afternoon, and all ball the day ot re
demption m drawing nigh.
Jekkersonvillk, Ind., March G.
From day to day tbe crusaders of this city
continuo their devotional exorcises. A
number of saloons wore visltod to-day.
At unris uoaor s an numlllance was u
nlod, and services wero commoncod on
tho pavement, when Bodor stepped out
anu uung lo mo nreezo a very oeautuui
and costly American flag. This attracted
a largo crowd, and prayers wore soon
ondod, and Bodor rocolved tho congratula
tion of many of the ladies, but liko all
tho othors declined to sign the
plodgo. Tho idea of producing
tlio ling was to romind him of
1770, when equal rights wore accorded to
nil, making his money under it, ho owed
it allogiauco and oxpectod protection un
der it. Tho great excltomont that do
volopod from tho movement at first, has
to a groat extant subsided and tho ser
vices aro continued at overy saloon In a
quiot and orderlv mannor. As yet no
saloon has been closed and not likely to
bo unless they nro bought out at a large
AT CO I. UM HUH.
Columuus, March 5. Tho Urst open
attempt to intorfero with the ladies tem
perance crusaders occurred this afternoon.
The ladies pursued tho same plan as that
adopted this morning, by going In squads
to separato parts of tbo city. A smial
went to a hotel and boor saloon n West
Stato st root, kept by Louis Cossodl, an
Italian. Thoy wero follo'wod by
ti jiut-.t'iiBu uriiwi ui people,
who scorned bent on making rpurt of tbe
whole proceedings, ino bar-kuopor mot
them at tho door and refusod to sign tho
pledge, wnen tne lautos comnioiicod to
sing, some ono In tho hotel began playing
"Shoo Fly" on an ablo-bodied cornet and
kept playing during tbo prayor. Tho bal
cony of tho houso was crowed with (ier
man men and women who mocked
thosn who prayod, and ono man twlcnsplt
on luo lauies ueneam nim. i no crowd In
tho streot yelled and ohoerod until Cant
Kooler, chief of police, callod for hilence
and mado a short speech couusolim; ra
speclful attonlion and commanding order
In the streets, this Had luo desired ellert
and tho ladius moved to tho next saloon
tho cornet band nt the hotel in tho moan
tlmo playing " Homo, Sweot Homo,
Ooo of tho most disirustini;
attempts at ridicule occurred just niter tho
mines loit lo'soiirs plnce. Lawrence
Aumlllor collected a crowd of inalo and
lemale lonlors, and held a mock pravnr
moetliit;, after which bo invitoit tho crowd
in to take a drink. While
woro making thoir way along High
street, thoy collected at Theo-
boids saloon anil wore mot
at the door by the ptoprietor, who toh
them tbut in accordant with a resolution
adopted by tho liquor dealer uBeoolHtlon
last night, he could not allow them to
come beyond bis steps. Tho ladles then
anon in prayer, uuriug .vnich u wol-ou
from Jlastor brewery drove ui and the
Herman driver shouldered a keg of bner
and marched through the ranks into tho
saiosn. At this point of the pro
ceedings an immenso crowd ot
Hermans, many of whom wero
women, Who began shouting and scream.
ing which assumed aucha threatening nt.
titude that tho police advised the ladios to
desist from further services at that
point, for fear of a serious disturbance.
This advico was lakou and tbo procession
moved on to another point. Various oth
er snloonB wero visited, but no nledpee
from dealers were obtalnod. Ono sou ad
obtained somo tew signatures to tho citi
zens pledge, a prayor moetlne wns hol.1
all day to-day at thn First Presbyterian
cuurru nuu sv too close loll ovonlng a
number or signatures were obtalnod to
tha citizens pledge, somo of tbe signers
being mon of notoriously bd habits and
Democratic mayor of the city, slgnod the
total abstinenco pledge to-dny.
show no signs of growing wonry of their
work, and in fact, ure stronger in faith
and numbers than heretofore, thu insults
oHofod them to-day, luvlng much to do
in increasing their strength.
over the crusade, in nil circles is growing
moro Interesting each day.
New Vokk, March 5, In tha caso of
Woodhull, Olallln and Ulood. on trial for
iiuei in mo court oi gonerai sessions, to
day, an application for a roduction ball
was refused, and the prisonors woro laken
to tbo Toomhs.
At a mooting of tho board of aldermon
this .afternoon, tho mayor sent in tho
nomination of Cox for commissioner and
Ooorgo H.Androwa in placo of tho lato
In tho criminal court to-dav a mixed
Jury was ordorod in tho case of a colored
man ciiargoa with the murder of a white
man. This Is tho Urst instancoof thn kind
In this city.
A lutiornr who was a dock nassomtor on
tho steamer Check commlttod sulcldo last
"Wi-HIWIXON, March C A toleirram
to tho commissioner of Indian adaira
from Agont .M oil's. t, datod Grand River
AencyjHkoU7.,MarsJs4tb. says: A
soldier vs,kll1d etrGed Hirer on the
U2d of February, bjl ; Ibst.'JUriusconjoin or
ttiouxafroru Ton true silver. There has
been no arrivals from thai Und Cloud ami
SpottedFall ag'eneles. IThe Indians havo
Peon all quiet here.!
WasuinotOn, March r.. Mr Dorter'
Introduced a hill to organize tho territory
of Oklnhsma, Itelorreil.
' Mr. U)gy intriiilurod a bill for the im
provement of tbu mouth of tho Missis
sippi river. It is a copy of tho bill re
ported from tbo House hv tho committee
on railways and canals yostorday, author-
twttirt Ullist l Lnuun - a ti'ti.ti' n-li..
f..u nun- nnu n II h b ..(... i.vjvu.i
Tho Senate then resumed thu considura
Hon of the liquor bill pending. Tho ills
cusslou being on an umeudment by IUy
ard, providing that all members of tbe
committee should bo iu favor of
prohibiting legislation, or total absti
nence, The amendment was adopted by 23
yeas to 'Zl nays. Tho morning hour hav
ing expired, the liquor hill was laid aside
and the sonato resumed tbe consideration
of tho centennial bill, tho pending ques
tion being on motion of Frollnghuysen to
Instruct tho appropriation eommittoo to
report n bill appropriating a sum of mon
ly not exceeding threo million dollars lo
defray tho oxpenscs of tho centennial ex
hibition. Stockton moved to add an amendment
to tbo instructions submitted by his col
league, Frollnghuysor, directing tho com
mltteo to report In favor of holding an in
ternational exhibition, so as to exhibit tho
products of tho United States in compari
son with thosa of older nations, Stookston
spoko at somo longth in favor of an in
Mr. llaynrd alio argued in favor of an
Mr. Stewart moved that tho
Senate proceed to tho consideration of
oxecutlVo bulne, hut yielded tu Mr.
Thurmsn, who otlered thu resolution ap
propriating ten thousand dollars to pay
thn expenses Incurred by tho Joint oelect
commltto to investigate tho atlairs of tho
District of Columbia, and asked fur Its
Mr. Cameron ohjocted, and said that
yesterday he mado an appeal to tho
Senato to' llnlah tbo Contobiul bill to-day.
51 Air. Sumnor said It was Impossiblo to do
so, as several goniicmen wanted to rposk
Mr. Tburman withdrow his resolution,
rocurrmg on .Mr. btowarts motiou to
proceed to the consideration of executive
buslnesf. Tt was agroed to years 25
Tho Sonato then wont into executive
sojsion and at llvo o'clock adjourned.
Olllce ol Ohfrrvntion. Klcnnl Service V. S.
:inny. Dally report ol the stage ol water,
with tho changt'H lor tho 'il hours ending
i o ciouk p. m., .M:ircn , is,i.
St. Lou it
2 o :i' u
10 7 1 o 10
7 7M o. o
27 7 0 ti' I
11 :i o ti l
,aa 10 t o
:w s 8 0
2.1 7 0 2 0
J .'. O (I 0
"Bolow high water marK.
Ohkorvcr.Sli;. Sr. U. .S.A.
1 inoniMia, Ataroh r. l(lvr on h atand
with u icot iu inches.
Nkw Oui.kanh, .March C No arrivals.
uepartod licllu Loo, .Memphis. (Jloar
Nasiivii.i.k, March Ti. ltlver fallon
'J inches, 17 feet 'J inches, storming arid
ruining iinni. weparioa uook and Ship
pors Own for Upper Cumberland.
Mkmi-iuh March 5. Weather warm
and rninyj rlvur rising ucnin. Arrived
Arllnuton, Cinc'innati. Departed Hod
man. .Mamie and Shannon. Nnw (irl.n
Exporter and Parker, Cincinnati: Nash-
uIIIa M....n. u. I ...... '
Cincinnati, March C River falling
with 21. feet C Inches. Arrived And.
ii ui'uiiiiKi nun rruiiKiui, .iiompins; Al
Ingbuny llnlle No I, New Orleans; Carrlo
Kouutz, St. Louis. Depnrted Kxcbamfit.
x iiiauurg, imiy jiuum, mvmpiils.
EvANHViLi.r, March 5 Clear till noon,
cloudy and raining hard since -I p m. lilv-
or lallou 1 root :t inches by mark. Un
i.ii it, i iflu,- . . .
iuiuwiiu, .unry .nuisr, i.arayeiin, Koiixrls
Down Mary Ament, Mary Miller, Min
ueoia, .loun uumoro, jiornini? Star, iiuj
. .. . . .
iun. DiiauiuBH aciive.
Loui-VILLK, March C The river bay
liillen only two inehei in tho last 24 houra.
and at f p in. was stationary with 11 feet
in tho canal, !l feet in Indian pass, ami
6 foot on thu rocks. Weather mild, with
prospects of ruin. Arrival .lohn Kll.
gour, uinclnnati j Ksperanza, Pittsburg j
Carrie V (Counts, St Louis: Swift and
barges, New Orleans. Departed Kit.
gour, New Urlonns; Klperanza, St Loui;
Swift nnd bargns, St Louis; Carrlo V
M0NEV MARK HI).
nicw joiik, junrcu u. Jionev was
caiy at 3 to 4 per cent, Sterling llrmer
hi at sixty days, and 487(atB7
at siirht. Custom roceipts wero $2bti.00u.
Gold closed at 1 1 1 J after selling at 1 1 1
mi. carrying rates ih uorconi. lo list.
ireaiury disbursements iiai.uou. uioar
Ings $64,000,000. Stato bonds dull und
nominal. Government bonds Qrin, Stocks
opened. firm, but later became weak, and
prices docllned irom ly)lj percent.
Mkmi'Uih, March fj. Flour dull and
omlnal. Corn meal lower at 3 40, Corn
nu at 781. Oats uuiet nnd unchanged,
Hay dull nnd unchanged, llran nominal,
.'ork held hi lo liacon llrmer and
Nl!W Oui.kans, March C. FJour, shin
plug brands scarce und In good douiaml;
XXX 0 C07 CO.frmily 7 70!) 00. Corn
good domund, whlto 7f7l, yellow mfxod
77, yellow 70. Oats quiet 00C'. Uran
dull at 00. Hay dull, prlino 20 00, cbolco
22 00. Pork quiot at 15 001G 00. Dry
salt moot in good domund and tlrmor at
28iCflo10!,l. bams Uil2. Lard
ull at IWffiOJ, kog 02 to 10, .Suitnrdull.
low common CJ, fully fair 7J7j, obolco
81, Molassos firm, low fair 4 ST nrlmo to
cnoico listaiio, Yiiisi.oy uuii, ija, u;i, (Jin.
1 00, .Collao firm atl!:ij37. Cornmonl
in demand at J 00.
St. Louis, March C FJour innctlva
and weak. "Whoat fairly actlvo and
firmer, No 2 spring I 1011 10; Nod red
fall In domand at 1 3Hj No 3 1 40. Corn
inactive and unchanged, No 2 mixed 69
1C0 Oats firmer, No 3 mixed 48lt2
llarlnv ilnll and liniilia.nirnil. Mvn lna.
- ' J " " ' n - " ' J I
live and lower. No 2. 00. Pork firmer.
1& 00(3)15 '5: mess hold 25olllihor. Drv
salt meats in hotter demand and stron
Bales of clear rib delivered at Quinoy nt
71, Ihioon actlvu nnd ilrmor, shoulders
CjQOjj clear rib 8J clear sldos 8L Lard
firm, primn stoum 8. "Whisky dull and
OiiiUAOO, March 5. Flour dull and un
changed. Wheat active and advanced ;
No 1 spring 1 'JI?1 lilji No 2 1 pj!
I lilnil tart' '
Siri 11HH naiai I
and.,aaanef! ,Vo 2 iiS D'Jjfcash
C.W,CA l,ri,si new iNo.ilxii'64 .
niiV. i i iiai . Bisirn in o tmm m i sasin l
af eh fjC0 A prill n e w jNol
'tf lHi;at jlemUd, hotde'rfl
a notalaal, Wo allrmer al rSofel lo
frosli. Pork In falrdetnand and ndvaucod:
if 3014 40 spot, 14 (i0 April, and 14 85
May, Lard ifuinml CU .,,.1 .
i spot.tij May. Itrltk meats stoadyj
sbl,ls6j; a ltJj..j),0!J looso spot
Whisky in Talr demand and lower at "j2o,
Cincinnati. March t, .. Ki,mr .1 1 1
unchatigod. Wheat lull 1 afftjl 40
Corn dull and unchain,!, r.sr.il Mt.
quiot und unchanged, 44(,1. Kyo1 steady"
uarioy, lall l U5. Kggs steady 1C.
Buttor eteadv. Oheeio flrni. ',tV Hr,
sales If. 00. Lard stroni-or. ilnim ulffiai!
kettle 8lfui.'). Ui.lk mstii ,i,.n,.D, h,ni.
dets tiCi't spot; CJ buyir Miv; C buyer
tlmo; C R 7j7$i clear. ,7I3. Baron
scarce and tlrm, shoiildors eACiCi: C R
8if i! clear 8J. Whisky scarce and tlrm,
sales closed at
.'oruer Twslrtb straet and WashlUKtoa Ave,
J a w " a) m
J. C. HU ELS.
(Late of .'it. Uuls,)
HOOK HINDER AND HUNK
' Itl.ANK llOOKSof every dcscriDUou done
with neatnerri and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling iloue at Hhort notice. lUMen, MuhIc,
MaiiardneN and Periodicals bouud neat ami
tt tho lowest possible rates.
County work. Mich as Hccordt. Docket
Feu Hooks, lllankH, etc.. made n specialty.
iioxuk, i oeKei iiook.r.nvoiop", cic., mane
loonier. . ii-'js.
N.U U G JUS S
Ohio l.evec, over Jlathim
t& Noiie but
IN S Ult AN C.EJ
-JTii .i 1A
RNIAIILINSS SCO Ih.-JH.
.)'. t '
r , . ,m
SAFKORl), MOKlllti tt UANDKK.
71 Olllli LfitOfi.
I.'ITT MATIONAT. HANK
no niuesi etiMjiimeii Agency In rjoiitlivrn
imuoiH, rupreaeiilliig over
3(:r),(iiiiMiiin no !
of the lieht
1 i.Mirmmie Capital ol th
HAM W 11. HON,
a li a i
j JJOA'J.1 STOKKO
0 u (i (i k n i ii U
P It (I V I HI ti H IT (i.
JIIIO LKKVK OaIKO. Il.l.lMllI
HKAI. KHTXTK ASJKXOV.
0. WINSTON & 1)0.,
RL'iAL E3TATE AGENTS
74 (huoohii ri.oou) ouio lhvbu,
JIdt ANii Usi.r, Rial Kstat,
VWUNIHU AR8TRAOTM OF T1TLK
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
LlOAUrSI) DT CITATO AUTU0BITT AHD
AUAWN IK I'DUMO IN HT. LOUI8.
Grand Single Number Sohemo.
ULAbs u, to UK Drawn March 31, 1874
o.bko rrizes, Amounting to f300,000.
Tickets $10; Half Tickets, td-
Tickets. 22 60.
Our lotteries are oharlsred by tbe Btats,
jlw-'J ,ru " time uamta, and all craw"
IHmomk" " "upertlalon of sworn com.
'JheoBo'lal drawinx will t j0bl!Dhd lo lb.
St.Loula paper, and a oopr or djawiot aent to
TiSll Mh.m. ,h. ,Mld.rof
....... ..!, ...." rii " TT". ST ' vi
' .,iwm.u uuhuk '", IBI '
Ilemlt at our rlak br Doatofflee toooar ordar.
f ft (Till a r I Kll s...ta
mor. ' " our riak by poatomce r
ii ' "Jl'ititd Hilar, draft or eaprass.
"ryicuLr AilJraia, MUKKAT.MIL
gor; I'. O. hot DIM. tit.
,,e,e.',.'.,"wi d'o'P!,fi A'nd roroir-
Di;.l,i:it, mf jour coiniiilssloiii. by sell.
Iii' your Sci-np due, In any quantity, direct
M'fJITIXOUCIH ikon ro.a
lt Prnrl street'. Cludnuati. o.
(.lucccssoi to l'arksr A'.UIsks,)
PAINTS AND OILS
vriirri o vr ta-:
i ' '
Std lbs cilsbtales tUUBUslla
anoss'uoiLJjiHij ooa 11th n, cost
UsIUO - . . iLLMOIt
K. MAXWELL & CO.,
.Manufacturers and Dealers In
MACHINE '&.BURNI6 OILS
Also Acunts for the
No. 710, North Malue Street,
at. Lnnl, Mo.
C. W. VtiEELKR,
WOOD, JV.2sI 3D COAL
OFFICE AND YARD :
Tenth .Street, between 'Washington and
A largo supply or PHUburg and Dig
Muddy coal constantly on hand. Htove
wood xawj-d to order. Orders for ceal or
wood should he tart at the office on Tenth
tareet. Termn, carh on delivery.
Cairo "Box and Basket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
ii amis amis sorr.
Keep constantly on ban a
Kf.ooitiNo and Siding, also Latb.
ANHTAKD COBMKn THIBTT-FOUKTH
HTKKKT AND OHIO LXTaK.
NRW LIVERY STABLE.
MILLS W PAItKKIt, I'roprlt-lor.
Tenth Htreti, between Walnut and
HiulniMinrrh.i'.edthe entire stock. Stable.
lluretn, Carriage", ililKKle, etc, ot Dr.
Field, and added overuT new "turnouts,"
Mr. I'ailr now inlten alt bit liieuda. obi
nnd new, In waiitol Haddlo HorMs, Double
or. Single i;n la);eH, or anything else in tils
um. in kiv" "mi ucaii. isi i's-im
Jhti . Uariuan, etias. TUiupp
JOHN Q. If AKMAN & CO.,
N OTA RIiaPUBL
And Land Auenta of tha IlllnnU
and Hurllugtou and AlUaourlltallroad ooas
orlli jur. ol Sls MS. aad ' a B.s.
BEMIS, BRO., A CO.,
AutNTa Uoui Cotton Mit.ti
NO. tw Oklo Levee, Cairo, His
FINIS .MILLINERY GOODS
. I'll KN II VAI.L NTTI.aCSJ.
M liS. M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Hwandsrs,)
snuouiu'ea that ahe has lust' onnna.l iro
Msortmunt ol tho "'
Millinorv llooda totin rnnn,T in th.
She will keep ou hand
UATS, ZJONNKTH, ifLOWERB, RlBBOMS,
DKKBa TftlMMINOH n Ar r. Ktwna
LADIK8 FUBNIHHINQ Goodb. NoTinwa
COLLAKB. UNDKBaLSKvicN. Tttrvra.
Anil all L'OOdH fnmul In mllllnnrv ilnn. all
of which will bo dlapoiiod ol at the lowest
cash prices. Mrs. Jackson raimm-irullv
asks a continuation of tbe putaonage which
has been so liberally bestsowed upon ber bv
R. SMYTH A CO.,
3STO. SO OHIO ItBlVEIHl
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