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J. B. MATaiat wm elected mayor of
Marahfiboro at the election on Monday
It to rapecled that Governor Beveridge
Wtll fee pressst it the opining of the Hot
' Taa aft elerfc of Omaha has defalcated.
Twelve Ikoaaaad dollars is tae amount
the eltjr b short.
3V V -
Tu oiUxuki of MtmDfcls ara taklne
Aajja toward the traction of a monument
to' the meawry of Mies Mettle Stephbn-
- fBaruiucAM in tM aetionel capital,
ate serely dJeayoiated by the raault of tbo
eleetioa is Maw Hampshire. The fear
that It to a forerunner of tba way the wind
will alow In Coaneotiout.
In woman's temperance movement
has 'apreed ell ovor the country and it it
bow dlffloult'to lay where it ii not. It it
ao loaget-eenflaed to towni and villages,
batu showing coniiderabla strength in
Taa naarrlage of MUa Nellie Grant,
announced 'for next October,haa beon bait
mad and, will take place next month.
.The bridesaulds are choien, and prepara
tions for the wadding, which will be a
grand one, ara progressing,
Tax colored people of the whole coun
try appreciate the fact that in the death
of Mr. Sumner they hare loit a friend
la many plaaea they have already held
WabMfxprei' tlielr sorrow for his
lose aad to fkrhoaor to his memory.
Taa St. Louli papers contlnuo to call
AWaupoa'jQloW-to know when
where. TW-Glob' has indulged in the
vioa of dishonest until H baa reached the
embracing ttato and Is no looser, if it
eww wa, asMaoeslof its meanness.
Taa Tletory of the women over liquor
, at Aiklaed, Ohio, waa announced In good.
old-fashioned, style. On the night of the
eleventh iatt., the laloon-keepom onnrln.
doaVso eayituUte, and the surrender n
aMewoeod at oloraa o'clock by the ring
ing of aUJheJkeiaia the town' 'King out
ue old, ring in the aew."
Tai recently published chapter of the
Marat history of Ike war, lu which the
names of several prominent republicans,
some dead and .soma linng, are brought
in in a manner not the moat eompllmsn-
ttrjo their owners, haa induced the
lower house of Congress to adopt a reao-
luuen csjwig on ute war department to
praiaea the papers in the Hurtt court-
JFiasiDiaT yiLLMoaa originated one of
toeaoei user ill measures ever adopted bv
coagrees. When he began the duties of
an emoe, postage oa letUrs ranged from
"a to ten ceate each. Ha recoramaadad
a reduction to three cants; It became a
law, and for more than twenty years the
public have eajoyed the benefit of an
economy that, but for bis suggestion,
might hare been delayed a deoade.-Mem-pblaATalaachV
Turn meueogsr who carried to Mr.
imaar the resolution of the Massachu
setts legislature, .rescinding the vote of
wasure passed by that body, waa a col
ored am. Mr, $umer testified hi grat
itude to the bearer of the news by an in
Titatlon to dlaaar. The act waa a grace
ful one on the .-part ef Mr. W, aad
showed alio how mach the aevlon of the
olated by him. r
Tbb "battle-flag resolution" of Charles
Sanaar, which creaud a wlda discussion
at the time $ was offered in the Uaited
States Senate, and whose nal spirit and
bave been understood
7 1 W popU' M foUo
''Wh areas, The national unity and good
win among fellowitlrens ean be usured
warTThK tU m1'y WII
tJuit3!50lTe2' e - Tfct e names of
J' M onJy "tttto appw
i i V1. 10 b P, and to
w - i
Fmuun ao pea la the country 1. .v.
- lhonH.to do Justice to Sou
tar of Bern BaUer as j. thtt of
WatUnoa of the 'Courier Journal l
,(fHC birkness is thus fitly do
ecrlbedi thfi!ruLilm,!?e W. no In
T J5!r:rBWW dquaU y fiu Milton's
kuTIIL! B A10??' f above the
whole aw of baaished and dbcraced
as aatf IMafu,'' he Is "to vice lndiutri.
totwar 'Tewaay a aert
ejaMMtVkaak la meet powerful in the
worst mn l i aae the gealus of com.
as aira'Jut aoaaatv mm
abrlak wHh leli'lJrVaaljy witkeut
Muiaga. ba ka ahat bravary whieh ia at
NtH .. , '
all times ready , qan
) Times' 'was leea TWfnag
Miaam Smith ef OlaatoaVary. These la
dies aad their caws an a part of current
htotonr. aid eTerythloB relstlw to theta
hasaeactataert ef interest. Originally
there. wen Ira enrtere, bet death long ago
took three, and )ft iwo to rapteient the
family and to take a decided stand on the
subject of tbsir "rights." The elder Miss
Bmlth to eighty-two yaari or age, and is
quite a remarkable aaaWcter. She is bale
aad hearty and "eaa walk five miles with
out palpHatloa of the hwti r without
falBtlag ftway,'and can accomplisL more
work than any modern young lady who
pinches her ribs ia with corsets and her
brains with novel reading." She is per
fectly familiar with the Hebrew, Greok
aad Latin tongues, and has translated the
Bible art times, twice from the Hebrew,
twice from the Greek and once
frera the Latin. "When asked why
she went through the Greek and llo
brew twiaa aad the Latin only once, she
said the Greek and Hebrew were more
diOcult,aad sfao wanted to make thorough
work of it. The Latin was so familiar
j that once was enough. She has given a
literal interpretation, leaving out an ni
Iclied words' so freauenllr met with In the
common translations. The Mistes Smith
have a religion of their own. Tboy he-
long to nochurchand never attend odb.
They believe that eaoh ono should inter
pret the Biblo for blnisolf that no priest
o recalled minister of the gospel should
nenia como oeiween inem ana, mo true
spirit i of vGltrtotlaaUy. oth sisters aro
qulot and unobtrusive womon, and appear
tohayo been actuated by sincere conviction
in their rofusal to pay taxos. Cortsln it
is thattbey have asserted their convictions
in If manner at .once forcible and (digni-
Uou ana wnicn con inspire notumg but re-
putoevon In the minds of those who dif
fer with them on the subject of their
TWO CBLXBRATED flltMS.
Kcw i'ork Sun.
The (loath of .Mr. Fillmore reminds us
that there has.boen heretotora a political
partnership in the state besides that of
Howard, Weed and Ureely. we refer to
the old firm of Graneer. Fillmore and
Seward. Both firms were for many years
engaged ia the same kind of transactions,
though, the .latter partnership, of which
Bewara wm taa need, was more impor
tant ana cetebratea than In which be was
the junior member.
Francis Graneer was born in 1787, Mil
lard Fillmore in 1800. Though Granger
was in the assembly one session before
the anti-masonic excitement broke out.
all three' were prominent mombers of that
party, wnicn irom ihzt till it ceased to
exist as a separate organization, broke
full away in, the western counties where
these aspirinr men resided.
Granger, Fillmore and Seward were for
a snort period members of the legislature
at the same time ; the two former in the
assembly, the latter in the senste. Gran
ger was then one of the Uuo.t !vkin
men in the State, and always dressed in
the hlstbt of the fashion. He often wore
a bottle-green coat with brats buttons, and
had a decidedly aristocratic air, as became
a gentleman of wealth, a graduate of Tale,
and the son of the man who had been
postmaster general thirteen years under
Jefferson and Madison. lie spoke fre
quently In the assembly, but was elegant
and fluent rather than elaborate and pro
found. Seine a widower, the ladies
used to crowd the gallery to hear and
especially to' see the gallant member of
Ontario. Fillmore entered the assembly
from Krie In 1829. He was stiff and dig
nified, and, though industrious, was rathsr
dull except whan aroused, and then, he
could make a pointed, vigorous speech,
lie was in the assembly three sesslons,and
by persistent plodding became a sort of
lieutenant ot Granger as a leader of the
opposition of the Democracy. Sew.ard en
tered the Senate in 1831. He was the
youngest member, and his personal an.
paarance was far from impressive, but he
immediately took rank amone the ablest
debaters in tbo body where Talrasire.
m . . '
imcy ana jnavnara siooa consnieiaus.
treating suhjocts with much of that elab
oration aad nnisa ror which in after years
ha became so distinguished.
Granger, Fillmore and Seward, with
the powerful assistance of Tburlow weed.
amalgamated the Anti-Masons with the
national Republicans, and thus prepared
the way for the "Whig party ot this state.
Aiiinroe were intensely ambitious, and
wanted "Weed to help them to hieh noil.
tions. Graneer bad run for governor in
1830 and 1832. and desired to run arain
in 1834. Weed liked Granger, but be
warmed to Seward, and so Seward cot
the nomination in 1834, Fillmore boiog
then in coneress. Sewarl was defeated
at the polls. Granger was conciliated with
the nomination for vice-president on
the Harrison ticket in 1838, but was badly
beaten. In 1838 it was pretty certain
that the Whigs would carry the state,
and Granger made a struggle for the can
didacy for governor. But Weed declared
for Seward and, after a sharp contest in
the state convention Seward was nomin- j
ated, end he got eleoted. Fillmore had
seen tor uranger; but ha was not in the I
thick of the strife, because he was then in
wnere be steadily advanced as
a Whig leader. Granger had been elect
ed to congress both in 1834 and issu t but
he longed to be governor, Seward and
Weed stood in his path, and the members
of tbo partnership beean to prow coal
towards each other.
in 1810, Soward, who was then govern
or, did not second Greniror't amimllnn.
to bo placed on the tiuknt fur n...i.
dent along with Harrison j and, though
Granger bocaruo postmaster general, he
doubtless meditated nn early dissolution
of the firm of Granger, Fillmore it Sew-
ru. ip mo uoncress which had h..n
electod in the Harrison campaign, Fill
moro was, through the influenuo of Mr.
Uay, made chairman of the committee on
ways and means; and it was plain that
thenceforward Flllmere was to be the
great rival of Seward in New York.
of s"eoVrih,.cowPr,kUT1y "w firm
Seward, Weed & Greeley was b.In.
ardM rBMl r,,,m0" S'"-
MABUIAOBB OF AOTOK3
wetWrIal.ritrM,M on"'M marry
S A'Sr 'qu.ntly do!
trUAif,' lhe rlcn wprassmen and
friend of Grant, married an actress ho
Ete00 long aftVr .be w.
rlad Vilh9 ne,pbow of B" ButUr, w'arT
had J.tUa,J"a,1 X0 "yMnsi who
BStP..7,ottI' bMn dlvorceo, and has
Jwnin.." ,0 th8 Mr. LouU
edit? sKk' yo"nKngllshmaa who
broke tt.iW l0,k. T,M.' "ho
w J i, tn,Tweed ring, married Miss
played in New Yerk some years after she
THE CAIRO DAILY
hsr name. jstr. WlriYSjkes.
an in-,, venous ways,
n, wia." had-proiousiy oeen a
aaiiwbo,Mr shteo her. mar r ego,
beWyfiWluitag and WrUir.K
u7m' Is W taking reet In Perls.
Ithnbt:ttue tfcet theatrical managers
never marry actresses. Mr. Dion Uou
clcaull, the dramatic author and mana
ger, married Miss Agnes Koblnson,
ahad been known as an actress for
many years. Mr. Edwin Bootb, the actor
and tnanaeer. married Miss McVlckcr, of
Uhlcacro. who was an actress, air. cure
. . . ir. ji..
kosb, tne operatic manager, marriru one ui
the rattle sislvrs, wno naa uuen au oper
atic performer. It is not true that theat
rical Arkica never marrv actresses. Sot
artl nf iha hnlt knOKn CMlics OQ the New
York press hao ex-actreises tor tnoir
wives. Tt annnars. from this fact, that
actresses in this country aro ablo to get as
nlco husbands as other peopio.
TttR LATEST AGONY IN 11AIB
Parisian authorities Inform us that the
hair is still worn exceedingly high, and
th.t there is a tendency to cushions, xo
this coiiruro Is added mo snort cum
f tha Bd Republican days, and
agaln.-lo the long falling ringlets of Ma
The high stylo of hair dressing is pe
culiarly unaracetul and altogether unbe
coming: therefore, expedients will be
adopted to give a better profile than that
tiroduced DV a "
of tho lioaJ, particularly
wbore tho hair Is thin tail has a atruined
appearance. Somo ladies who compre
bend the art or hair arrangoment whore
In fashion and beauty suroo, will wear a
roll of hair, ovor which tho back hair can
be combed up; or, again, an ornament
composed of a band of volvotor silk, from
which will dopond a fringe or let of fluffv
curls, bought by the yard, a sot of finger
puffs, short ringlots, or any ornamutit that
will give tho DacK 01 the head tho desired
roundness. A now and very beautiful or
nament for tho hair was a ollow gold
spray of lorgot-me-nots, in largo
turquoise, wiiu sparKiing uuimona noarts
end long, curved leaves of diamonds.
Tho ltitt stvlo of flat hair Urosilnir is
makine hair powdor impossible, therolore,
unfashionablo. Tho llttlo wkvas uro net
by cum. pomade, or any sticky unguent,
and then if tho high turret and braids aro
powdered, ono can imngino tha dusty and
untidy eiioct. ueciacuiy, tho ngnt, uutiy
curls hanging ovor tho brow, poodio do
cv or not, aro proferablo to havinc one's
locks summed last to tho lace at tho best
an unclean and uncomfortable fnshion.
Tbo mystery of fashion lies In caprice,
while the cry is change, change.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin
ONE OF ITS EDITORS IN JAIL
ARRIVAL OF THE REMAINS OF
THE LATE SENATOR SUM
NER AT BOSTON.
LOCOMOTIVE ENHINK ON A
Ikdianapolis, March 14. Tbo patct
shop and two smaller buildings of the
Bellefontaino machlno shops, and four
posscngor coachos, wore dostroyod by fire
WiLLiAMsronr, March 14. This morn-
inr the ladies stationed themselves at the
doors of liquor saloons to take the names
of thoso entering, the saloon-keepers are
greatly excitod, and some of them have
Littlx Kock, March 14. Full particu
lars of the banging of Sid Wallace, the
Johnson county desperado, are published
In the morning papers. Although there
waa the largest crowd ever assembled at
Clarksville, everything passed off quietly.
OOINO IT ALOXX.
Ai.toona, March 14. An eocine stand
ing in the Pennsylvania railroad compa
ny's yard, got started In somo way and
ran through the round-house, across tho
open space, and Into the large macbioj
shop, in which over Ave hundred men
were at work One man was killod and
another wounded. The engine smashed
everything ia Us course.
A W1.XI iullt.
Coluuuus, March 14. Tho crusaders
made a grand rally to day, putting a pro
cession upon the streets 140 strong. The
afternoon was spent in streot work, clos
ing with a prayer meetlnc in tho rotun
da of the state house, as tho general as
sembly was not in session.
was so great that but few of tho people
could get near enough to hear tho earnest
prayors onored in their bohalf.
boveral more trrocers havu surrendered
to the ladies to-day.
KvANBVltLX. March 14. Tho ladiea to,
the number of about fifty met at the Wal
nut stroet church to-day, and resolved to
bold a ii; MS mooting on Tuesday. Tho
general expression was, in favor of th en
forcement of the preent Jaws.nud against
uu ueivaguenng pi the saloous.
At a lsri;0 moctlni? oi merMmn(. miau.
facturers and others, at tho chsmbor of
commerce to-day, a resolution was pre
sented in favor of an increase of the cur
rency, and In favor of froo banking.
The opposition was very small, and but
two "let well onough alone" spoechos wero
llXHKisoH, March 14. The Union I'as
senger Depot here, the Adams and Toxas
express offices adjoining, thirty freight
cars laden with merchandise and lumber,
and a number of valuable smnplo trunks,
were consumed by lire this morning. The
so rapidly that Superintendent Kddy nnd
the other employes who roomed In the
building lost all their personal effects.
But for a timely rain, tbu freight depot
and the government warehouse would
have been burned. Los 40,000. The
railroad companies will rebuild tho depots
BILLET FN, SUNDAY, MARCH 16,1874.
wlsitiNaroTt). C. Me'rch 14. JudKi
l.oul5beutMrs, Grant's brother, it lying
at thspolm.vof death, at his residence in'
s cty, from a tumor in bis siomaen. r
'nacovaaixa 'moot waTt.
Ssmtor Boutwtll walked out to-day.
lie opects to rcsuino his seat in tho ten-
ato b) Tuesday.
JrKsoNvitt.i, March 14. Fifty
crustders were out this afternoon follow
ed by a largo crowd but with loss excite-
menttban boretoioro. ids ponce wa
on hand in full force and no disturbance
occurred. A number of saloons were vis
ited but all denied tbera admittance ex
cept oao bolonging to ono Fouts, where
Hereiervlces were held nearly two hours.
A sumber ot fervent and emotional
presort were offered that brought tears to
in My oyos, but with all the oarnest
pleating they failed to securo Fouts' sig
Oiniu, Nkb., March 14. A committee
of fin nromlnent cltlzons leave hero to
morrav for the Eut, to examine tho vari
ous interns of water works in operation
that rcomtnendatljn may bo made to the
pooplo.who aro to vote on the water
works question on tho 4th of April.
Trin Smith. 11 vers ot aire, was shot
and In.antlv killed by a lad named au
ttuslur Davie, aged lu, si Stone Creok, a
law lilies auovo i lauauiouiu, eurwKn,
Joseph Freoman, triod In tho Hudson
coun'y court for shooting his mother in
Jority City, was convicted this evening
ot imDilauenior, and sentenced to ton
yean in tha stUe prison.
Cincinnati. March 14. John H. Mc
Lean meofthoprepriotors of tho Cincin
nati Auquirer was sont to Jail by .lud go
Slarcuint in tuo pouco court tais unur
noon, tut porstttini; in refusing to answer
Questions pronpunueu to uini yosiuruay,
The :ase uoioro tuo court was one in
which Thomas Quinn and Kx-Judgo liof
fer wm plaintltla, and li l Bcowdon, en
Rlneei oi tuo wator works, was doienoani,
The charco was iiooi, in causinc a pun
llcatitn ell'ectlnc the plaintiff's character
in the Eneuirer. MCLn was atted Who
gave him iniormauon on wnicn tuispuu-
llcatlon was pared, ao reiusod to answor
and wtnt to jail. Tbo future course the
cas4 will tako Is not foreshadowed.
Tho romains of tho late Senator Sum
nor, in charge of the congressional com
tnittoe and .Massachusetts delegation, ar
rlvod hure to-night at seven o'clock. At
TUN THOUSAND rBOl'tE
were av '. j depot. The first baiallion of
cavelry h id 60 policemen conveyed the
body and deposited it in Doric hall, wblob
is heavily draped.
Adolall from Shaw's guard of colored
troops will form a guard of honor while
the ronains lie in state until Monday af
ternoon, when they will bo removed to
which has been selected for tbo funeral
services. At the depots in Springfield
and Worcester immense crowds had gath
ered to see tho funeral train.
Nr.w York, March 14. The board of
firo underwriters havo adopted u relolu
tlon in regard to miscellaneous staring
of general inorcbandUo in warehouses
with jute, hemp, flax, cotton In bales, hay
and straw and other vegitable fibers, mak
ing un additional chargo of from 10 to
30 per cent, on rates, tbo oxtra rates to bo
abated on removal of the objectionable
fibers namod. A
ot ratos has been adopted lu regard to
provisions and warehouses. A commlltoe
of grain receivers In conference to-day
with freight agents of .railroads were con
sidering whether the nronosed inspectors
of grain should be paid by grain receivers
or by railroads ana as to tne
QBADE or WHEAT
to be adopted as tba standard. The re-.
foeivora proposed also that the railroads
should guarantee tne weignt oi grain to
he the same when delivered as when re
celved at points on their line.
When tho German mails by steamship
Mosel wero opened to-day at the post of
fice It was found that at least 40 packages
containing irom yvotoooo letters apiece,
were broken and in a ruinous condition.
Nearly all theso damaged letters were in
thin, flimsy envelopes and tho packages
were tied up in weak brown paper,
Washington, March 14. For New
England, clear or fair weather will pre
vail with northtreit to southeast winds,
rising barometer and slight riso of tem
perature by Sunday night.
For Middle statos, the lower lako region
and thence south to Ocorgiaf continual
high barometer and variable winds with
For Gulf states and thenco northward
to upppr lake region and Minnesota, fall
ing barometer and easterly to southerly
winds will provall with generally cloudy
weather and aroas of rain.
Tho Ohio river will contlnuo to fall bo
Washington, D. C, March 1 l.Tho
session of tho house to day was given up
exclusively to debate.
Mr. Kellogg concluded tba speech be
gun by him last Wednosday on tho legis
lature appropriation bill. All tho other
speeches wero on the bill to rogulato intor
state railroad commerce, and wore made
by Messrs. Pratt, Stoward, Hazellon oi
Wisconsin, llurrows and Kdon.
Mr. Cox presentod a memorial, siensd
by tho prominent business men of New
York, praying for such logiMation as may
insure tbo full success of the centennial
Tbo house then adjourned.
Memphis, March 14. Flour nominal.
Corn meal firm 3 50. Corn dull. Oats
firm G869c. Hay dull and unonanaea.
Ilran scarce and Arm retailing 24o. Pro-
Vt.w Oru,BA8. March 18. Pork dull
tin 76. Coffee none in nrst nanosj
dealer' stock 8000 bags; ordinary Mj
aenier mock nouu oi
231; fair 2r,lM; R
2U)U7. Carnmeal i
11 sfiT Others uncbani
Rood zoqpivi i prima
scarce ana nriaer at
unchansred. Cotton sales
1.7jO bates, and demand is fair notwith-
Ing the unfavorable weather ; prices are
unchanged; reoolpts 2,678 bales.
Cuicauo, March 14. Flour steady,
VV heat steady, No 1 spring 1 24l 34;
No a 1 191. Corn steady, No a mixed
eli- Oats steady No 2 43). llye steady
No 2 848u, Barley in fair demand and
advanced) Nd'sllTfigHP 80, No 8 147
i fi(i.L Prov latoM outs land unchanged.
Vork 14 35 spot' 14 40iprii. i.ara m
cash, U 00 Aptji6! Writ meats steady.
CcwaiaViATi, MaMri4.-Flour quiet.
Wheat qulet? l 4Sl 47. Corn steady
6368. OaM steady 6057. Rye steady
1 02 I 03. Barley dull and nemlnal.
Oils unchanged. Bgga iteady 14o. But
ter steady. Cheese firm. Fork slfady
ales wore at l&eai&ic. Lard steady,
steam BJc; kotlle Uc. Hulk meals steady,
hnuldnra Die: 0 It li spot and April:
clear Hi: boxed Dacon iteaoy, tnouiaers
: .. . . . - - .
6; cloar rib 8jj clear Oe. Whisky In fair
demand at lower rates 91c.
St. Louis. March 14. llemp unchang
ed. Flour very dull, weak and favors
buyers. Wheat dull nnd lower; No 2
nrint-1 2Wffil 22: No 8 red fall 1 42&
43; no l l 04(0(1. oo; vornuuii; no
mixed 62(r,3. Oats dull and lower,
closing unsettled: No 2 mixed 4950.
liariev dun ano lower to sen. nye inact-
iv; No 2 92Q93. Pork steady at 15 22
i)15 GO. fry salt meats dull; loose oiear
des. buyers' March, Kookuk, 7 GO; pack
ed lots sold clear rib 8 00, clear sides
VG. iiacon unchanced: shoulders C 50
GJb 76; clear rib 8 75; clear 8 87i9 00.
Lard au et and lower : prime steam irom
up country 8 50; here 8 C21. Whisky
dull at U3.
Ofltce ot Observation. Sltnal Service V. 8
unnv. uai v report oi tnesisite oi water,
with the changes for the 21 hours ending
a O'CiocK p. m., jiarcn to, ion.
Above 1 1 Changes.
Below lilgti water murk.
Observer Hlg. Her. U.S. A
PiTTsiiimo, March 14. Hlver falllne
with 0 feot 4 inches.
Littlb Kock, March 14, Raining all
day, river doclining slowly, 10 feet by
New Orleans, March 14. No arri
vals. Departed John Kllgour, Cincin
nati; Commmonwealtb, St. Louis; John
0. Maud, Memphis. Weather cool and
raining all day
Vicksuuko, March 14. Up Frank
I'argoud. Down H E Leo, Selma,
Thompson Dean and Nick Loogworth.
Weather cold and rainy. Rivor rising,
41 feot 1 inch above low water mark.
Capt. Wm. L. Kountr. has sold one-
fifth of tbo steamers May Lowrie, Feni-
nah and Fontlnollo for cath,toCapt. Wm.
Braithweite and has appointed him su
perintendent of Missouri river transpta
tion. Nashvill, March 11. Kivor declining
rapidly, 11 feet large on shoals. The
woatbor Is clear and cool. Arrived
Uurksvilie, Paducah. Departed Cor
nelia, Cincinnati; Bransford, Upper Cum
berland ; Burksville, Paducah.
Mbmpiiis, March 14. Weather cloudy
with indications of rain. River still sta
tionary. Arrived Pat Kogers, Cincin
nati; Dugan, Pine Bluff. Departed Le
gal Tender, White river; Yeeger aad
Grand Tower,St. Louis; Julia, Vicksburg;
Ben Franklin, Cincinnati.
Evamsvili.k, March 14. Cloudy, with
prospects of snow. The mercury rose
37 to 44. The river has fallen 13 inches.
Down Mary Ament, Qrey Eagle, Parker
and liermuda up Alinneola.Kd uobbs,
Fayette, Roberts, Charmer and Arkansas
Beilo. Business activo and shipments
St. Louis, March 14. Arrived City
of Alton, New Orleans. Departed John
F. Tolls and Mary Allco, New Orloans;
Woltf. Missouri river; Davenport, Keo
kuk: St. Genevieve. Vicksburc; Davairo,
Pittsbure; Maggie, Illinois river. River
falling. Weather clear and warmer.
Louirvillk, March 14. River falling
slowly, with 10 fset C inches in canal and
8 feet C inches in Indian chute. Weather
moderating. Arrivod Mollle Ebert,
Pittsburg; Anna, Cincinnati; Liberty No
4, Cairo; 'red Wilson, Mew Orleans. De
parted Ebert, St Louis; Anna,Tennessee
river; liberty Ho, romeroy; Fred wn
son, with a tow of coal, New Orleans.
Whereas, 3Iathew D. Guntor. did on the
seventh day of October A. D., 1874, execute
ami deliver to Henry L.Halllday a Sale Mort
gage oi that date upon tne premises herein
after described, which wu recorded in the
Bccordcrs office or Alexander County Illi
nois, on the 17th day of October A. D.. 1H72.
In yolnine Z of records of Sale Mortgages
on iuk (111) one hundred and eleven, and
which was given to n'cure a certain promi
sor)' note, made by eukl Matliow D. Qunter,
of even ilatu with said Sale Mortuairc to tho
order of Henry L. Ifnlliday, for tho num of
twenty live hundred dollars, payable thirty
days after the ilutn thereof, with interest
from dtite until paid at ten per cent, per
And whereas, the said Henry L. Halllday
did on the 23d day of January, A. D., 1H74,
for value received, assign said note and halo
MortfrajU'e to the undersigned J. II. Clay.
And Whereas default has been made in the
payment of said promlsory note and the in
terest accrued thereon.
And whereas it Is provided 111 said Sale
Mortgage, that In dclault of the payment of
kiu uou; or any pan tuercoi according to ino
tenor and effect thereof, the said Henry L.
Halllday or his legal representatives may af
ter having advertised Nald sale fifteen days
in a newspaper published In Cairo. Illinois,
or by posting up written or printed notices,
in four places in tho county where said
premises aro situate, wav sell thp nalil Pr''."?"
Ises or any part thereof, to the highest bid-.I,,-
r..r r.iii nt tint t-iiiirt-lioilic door ill tho
city of Cairo, Illinois, at tho time appointed
in sucn auvenisuwnu , , , , ...
Now therefore notleo Is hereby given that
on Wednesday the lbth day ol Jiurcii, a. ji
1H74, uttfllOClOCK'A.Jl.,01 mui uay, utine
front door ol the coiirt-houso in
Cairo, Illinois, I hhall at sell ut puhlic
auction to Hie highest bidder for cash, the
following descriped property, to wit : Lots
nuinhcred hIx (), seven i (.) and (8) eight, in
block numbered three (3). In tho llrst addi
tion to the city of Cairo tho cstato therein,
being an eslato for tho term of
livo (5) yearn, commencing on the
ninth day of March, A. D., 1871, un
der and by vlrtuo of a lcafco hearing date
March ninth, A. 1)., 1871, executed by H.
Staats Taylor ond Edwin Parsons, Trustees
of tho Cairo City Property, to Peter A. Con
ant and by said Peter A. Conant, with the
written consent of said Taylor nnd Putbons
assigned to said Mathcw D. Gunter on the
3Ut day of May, A. D., 1872, together with
all tho Improvements thcron belonging to tho
huid Mathcw D. Gunter, or every kind and
nature so ever, including mill fixtures, en
glno boilers, burrs, and other lixtures apper
taining and belonging to tho mill building
thereon situate. J. H. Clay.
Dated March 2d, A. D., 1874. 107 3-3-lOt.
BEM18, BRO., ft CO.,
AoiNTti Homi Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levse, Cairo, Ids.
Dm. (1. K. Douglas.
las. liclrg tlitcrmined U
Jciitol operation, huw
edhls DenUl Parlors, No.
exccll In every Dent
flttd and rinirulaaeu
7, Eighth street, and Is now receiving, from
H. s. White. & jonnsoa. or muaueipma,
leml.tTseklv.'Mhii lanreit and finest assort
ment of Dental Goods ever offered in this
city, and as ood as eah be round in in
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Mn.lf. nitirclaHtv.net anvof the soft, nillcr-
lile, Spungy worn uini urupi um, itmiiij
teeth cut, filed, discolored, ami ouen
I'errect uoiuen ueim pui " "
- . ... I II, I
durable as the smelted inctsi itseu.
Rnrcinl attrntioii utvcll to the trentmeut ol
Children's Teeth. Parents by having their
Chllren's Teetli examined occasionally,
would nave them much suffering ana n-
fAMnllr In nflpr voars.
Dr. UoukIsn also gives Particular attrntloa
in MorlmiiTril Dniiiiitrv. Iiliitf nerured llll-
riglil to use DR. HYATT'S PATJCNT tllll.D
AND ItUllllEU COMIHNATION PLATK.
whlcli has been thoroughly tested and -tirovi'il
by the brst Dentists In tho Kast, and
licyniul a doubt, tho bct and nnncst artlll-t-1
m! iilntnliow ill Use.
Trcth extracted without pnln lv the Use
or Mtmiisuxiun (tns, wnicn is pcncctiysaif
where judiciously administered,
17U tf U. K. DOUOLAH.
C. WINSTON A CO.,
R.AL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (aaootfu rLooa) onto lhvmb
Bur amd Hill Ksal Kr&r,
fUKNlUH AUBTUAOTri OK TITI.M
B. P. TAllKER,
(Sili'cctwir to I'nrkur AMIUke,')
paints and: oils
t L A H 8
Sail lli aliil.nl)Mi HlunilnHK
iith ar. a ooi.
0. W. WiIEKLKR,
WOOD JHJ X3 COAI.
OFFICE AND 1'ARDi
Tenth Street, between Washington and
A large supply of Pittsburg and lllg
Muddy coal constantly on hand, Stove
wood sawed to order. Orders for ceal or
wood should be left at the office on Tenth
tsreet. Terms, cash on delivery
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IIAHU AND Hurr.
Keep constantly on hanu
FLOOBINO AND 8IDINO, ALSO LATH.
MILL AND YARD OOKMBH TllIHTY-roURTII
8TAKT AMD OBIO LVJIIC.
CAIRO. . ILLINOIS. 30-7
Jonn q. uarman.
Cli as. Tnrupp
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
And Land Agents of the Illinois Cent
and Hurllugtou and Mlssoiiriltallroad com
orsts Cor. ol alls as. aaa e Ieve
Z. C. VB1
MATHUSS ft UHL
O M II I III 0 II
if a OB AM T
HAY AMD JFS8TRN PRODUCE.
STRATTUZf ft JUKV,
Aeents American Powdwl omptnv
Me. '57 Ohio Lavee,
N. II. Thistle wood. r. J.'JUutewood
THI8TLK WOOD k CO.,
uviBBilPOl wm jm. m m uuji
i M m m w " ia
FLOUR, CORN, OAT. HAY. ETC
Mo. 78 OHIOLKYsW.
GENERAL COMMISSION MUCflif
Aad dealer la
Liua, Cauaar, PLAavaa, at at a. aVrc I
sCari will seU la car lead lets at
turera' prieee. addlag frsiaht.
J. M. PM1LLIPM,
ForwardiDff and Oonaiadol
. -.1 I f..M.-.l ll.l. a, rvalMli
w au potato.
Business attended to areiptlv.
COFPJSY, UAUKiaur C uu., i
(bucrsssors o D. Kurd ton.)
vL4ea.Bisi Ann hay.
(i. 1). WILLIAMSON,
w if at. va. a i .v. anon ni
And Dealer la
u. i o uu Misv. usiawi oata
n a all niian www
asrSneclal atteatloa alvaa
menu and milnjr orders.
JOHN J. PHLLIS WH,
(Baoosuvn to Joha S. raiuii,)
f OKWABDINQ MIHOHANTW
DEALERS IN HAT, CORN, OATtl
Flour, Meal, Bran, eo.,
AGENTS POR LA KLIN AND BAN
POWDIX OOMPAMT. f
TjtMTB STaT AVS
PET KB CUHL,
a, aa urvas,
MO tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS
WOOD R1TTENHODSB A BRO
Qaneral Coromiaiioi Merahut '
1M OHIO LBVBB
MILLKR ft PABXMK,
UK A liSCKSS IN SLUUH. vvmm
X.A TT aA
AGBNTB to AXBBANK'S BOALBB
Ohio LtTM, CALMO, ILLWOII.