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THE CAIKO DAILY BULLETFN, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1874.
!efal PProf IbaOlly iinil 'oiily.
JOHN II. OUKUIiY, Kdltor ml lut)Hfhor
TKBMfl OF TIIK DAILY 1SULLKTIN
Ob wek, by carrier $ 3:
Oa yaar by orrir, In advsnco 10 00
, On 7ar by carrier II not paid In
aBonlh, bynH 100
Caret Hpnlbi., 8 00
Slznostt. 6 25
Oa year 10 00
TXBMS or WKKKLT nULI-KTIN.
)on tear r .'1 00
I Six Moathi "
I Thro Months M
Invariably in advance.
i mIIb Matter on every prige.
I Jl HJEW C0K0BES8I0KXI. UtAIORIST.
From speech of "Walter J'hels, of "ew
.luncy, iu the IIouo on Itcnenlliu; tlio
VranKln? Privilege nnd Freedom of Die
.Mall for County 'cw.papei.
"When I remombor that wo aro what
my friend from Massachusetts (Mr. U. F.
Jloar) to appropriately called ui a low
day ago, in a momont of oxcltotncnt,
when 1 romtinbor in hit words, wo aro a
"body of intelligent natciman," 1 1 ubtnit
JUr. speaker, our record it puzshng and
"What it that record? Via camo lioro
freih from tho pooplo.oagor to win roputa
tion for ourselvos and to iavo tho com
monwealth. "What did wo do 7 "Vo bo
can to anoako: vou tnoUe. Mr. annakor:
I tpoke; and every man who col tho Door
poko for what? To demonstrate to the
people our wllllncnoss to lacriUco ovon
our own salaries. Laughter. AVo
"waited ten day on talk, and,wben nn end
camo, when we wero nil tired,
wnen wo wero an Hungry, when
wo wore all slocpy, my indo
fatigablo friend from Maine (Mr. Halo)
inaialod we should atay hero Into into tho
evening that bo might read urn lccluio
on tho selfish oztrayagnnco which would
cut down our ialariei to only $C,0eo, in
itead of $5,000 IaughtorJ a turn
which he had rocommondod, and tnoro
than once urged ui to adopt. And tho
father of tho House (Mr. Dawes), rising
to the height of the great subject,
in a voico whoso sepulchral warn
ing yet linger! in my ear, ns
lured u again and again that ho
could bide hit time he could Lido hia
time. 1 wont homo that night, distressed
that I could col look upon this matter of
$500 at ono of luch stupendous import
ance. Hat, ir,et tho eamo time, it enter
ed my heart to think that under loaders eo
zealoui tho Kcpublic could cover tako any
detriment. Uut, mark you, tho very uoxt
morning, or the next morning but ono,
my friend upon my right, tho gontloman
from Iowa (Mr. Donnan), tho chairman
of tho eommitteo on printing, modestly
iteppod to tho front and, in' thla eamo
home and beforo tho same earnest econo
mist, propoaed a bill for what? To print
for gratultou distribution 2'O,O0O copies
of tie agricultural report; not 250, not
2,600, nor 20,000, but 260,000 copies of tho
agricultural report. How I ndmlred th
audacity of my friend from Iowa 1 How
I pitied his fate 1 If there bad been Btich
protest and epeeches for a poor $600 what
.nruaiu m ma iaia oi man wbo darod to
come Wore this house and propoio that
w snoum inrow 5500,000 Into tho rac
bag and barbor-shop of tho nation ? air.
bpeanor, my indefatigablo friend from
juaine nevor onco took tho floor upon that
1 1 . L . I . 1 .
quciwua; lae nwcr 01 too uouto roiuioa
utterly to propheay, and tho bill of my
irieoa irom xowa worn inrougnt witnout
objection cortnlnly without discussion
After full consideration, tho House, by
an of tho most unanimous votos I havo
witnessed this sosalon, declared that as for
snem inoy woum provide nrst for tho dis
tribution of garden-soeds, nnd after that
'ot the distribution of tho ourronoy.
Laughter. "When I sought tho oxplan
ttion of this seemingly inoxplloablo de-
:ision what waa it ? Tho reply which I
sever hear upon this floor, but which I
lear in my soatorwhisporod in the lobby.
IT ... . L - f, 1 1 . I . . . J '
iuo urougurt, jnai mo urnngord
lad called the attention of thoir liopresen
atiye that Spring had como, and tho
rth waa waiting for it tsodi, and thora
ould be no further delay. LaughterJ
1 am periectly convinced that noither
n thit Houao nor in tho other ia thero to
e Iund men who would dishonostly uso
privilege liko this. Tho statomcnt is
alse on the faco of It. Am I to bolieve
rltK nW r.!x r rt . . . .
Mtvuu iiuui -U109UUTJ (JXT. uuck-
er), that any of these membors now
athered round mo mombor who ropro
snt intelligent conatituencios - nny in
iis " collection of intelligent statesmen "
'ho would use his frank to mmi ).!. .11,.,.
nen homo to tho wmh? ri ,,.i,i.,. 1
lr, the idea is propostorous 1 A mombor
'ho would use hit frank to send his sollod
nen to bia washerwoman would novor
are any. liencwtd laughtor. Was
ere a man of ue wlio got tho floor who
d not cry for economy? "Was thero n
n of ns able to And that particular
leasuro on which he was willing to iirac
co It? Laughter. '
1 iMd Ioppoiodthis muasure in tho in
reit of economy. 1 oppuso it now in
ie intereat of .that universal justlco which
Ml praise at we do economy, but which
refuse to practice, juit as wo do ccon-
m.i.PaUt;?tcr ,Jul lQy orrowod
moai owa only a question on this point,
it fair to tho poonlu of those Unitod
IwnVf tl0m UA 0 6nd ). l
I d. r: ln,order th&l wo my dvo
wk to A? I claim this is not in ropub
can doctnno. It is wrong, nnd wo have
3 business to tax fifty peoplo to glvo lux
ry to one.
fiut, Mr. Speaker, 1 havo concealod
irt of the truth. For crory
Iter which 1 receWed a.klng
r the Silurian ptlod, or tho
Titiaceout lormatlon. or tlm init,...n.i
oory, I recelvod two lotUrt which pro
r a difforent request. For evory letter
.lug iur puuuo uocumonl, n patent
uce report, 1 get a icuor politely and
naiy asking tho loan of $0. Lauh-
.j iiu a 11 wo nre
lurnttn all our constituents
Ith all thoy want with their liont.
Ilh their information, with their virtuo
usi wo not alto furnish them with
oney t let i do not hear nn stnln
mber, even if be represents n grange,
t ho sUnda upon this floor to ask that, In
1 dition to tho agricultural report nnd
e laomemai tneory, wethall nlto by freo
iuuuvu idou ju 10 oacu 01 our con
tuenta. And yet would not tho ?5 help
re that the agricultural roport in our
iction next fall? '
Just here again 1 .trike fairly against
I'ue gentleman Vo m
iinois. I am not a Oranger, and 1 do
t want to kWo thtm whI h.
WlP Xery Miy; P'auSttor. 1 do
t like Granger principles. Tho Gran-
r am not nominate me; the GranCSr
I Tint VfttA far ma. Thn 1(,...v ,t!
Hfty nominated me and the Itepubllcan
4 rtv voted for mo. and 1 r&n Lnn
ler. 1 shall be loyal to tho aentlmenta
me republican party ovor; 1 ehull
nd by the principle which the Itomid.
5 in party ba declared ever: and 1 ahull
11a my loyalty to the Kepubllcn party
r J gWein mj Ualty to thii noy party oj
thn Grangers nevor, novor tinlcs thoy
should bnppon to establish grnngos in tho
northern part of Now Joraoy. I Laugh
ter. Docs not this bill read Uko Monday,
aftor tho morning hour?
ViiKRAt, Tho oarth Is round, nnd
wboroas tho sun In warm, and whereas if
vou aro virtuous vou will bo happy : and
whoroa wo wish the world to bo round,
and wo wish tho sun to bo warm, and wo
wish ourselves to bo happy ! thercforo,
Kosolvod, That It is tho eons of tblfl
Houfo that wo should issuo an unllmltod
quantity of convortlblo bonds boarlng
With such oxqulslto graco has Oonoral
Oarfleld painted tho plcturo of thu editor
who sits in his country ofllco that I yield
in dlipalr. That editor Is norcr hurried:
ho forms no hasty opinion; hej waits till
ho has consulted tho country, and then
at tho ond of tho wook passes his opinion
upon tho doing of Monday and rests.
Laughter. Just as tho 1 ranger kcops
mv friend from Illinois (Mr Cannon) in
awe, just so do 1 tromblo boforo tho
editors of tho country. As tho grnn
gors received from him lovo minclod
with nwo, so do thejo editors rceoivo
from mo peculiar lokons of respocttui
considorallon. And do thoy not dosorvo
thorn ? Thoy havo n hard, hard timo,and
throiiL'h it nil nro faithful and truo to tho
humliloft of their rcpresontntlvcs. "Whon
vou nro In roar chair. Mr. Sneaker, nnd
i am nt my desk in tho sleepy hollow nt
vour loft, your oyo 1 novor catch, but 1
catch tho oyo of my country editor ovory
time, ureal lauciuor. it 1 go uown
stairs to mnko myself clean nt my coun
try's expense, or go down to strengthen
myself by eating a fow oys-
tors nt my own expense, onu
a malovolont mombor on tho other
sldo of tho llouso calls for tho yeas nnd
nays during my absonco, ha sees me, nnd
records tho fact that 1 dodged. Oroat
laughter. If It should liappon through
aomo lmstaKe, tnat l no caicn me npoaK-
er e oyo, or soma gontloman ytoios mo
thirty minutes ol his time, you, Mr.
Speaker, do not litton to mo ; fow of my
follow mouthers in this Homo listen to
mo, but 1 am strengthened by tho thought
Hint I nm talking nwny boyond you and
beyond them for tho constituency -which
I havo tho honor so imperfectly to repre
sent, nnd that, ns tho watch-dog of his
constituency, tho country oditor listens to
mo, that ho henrs every word, nnd that as
It pleases or displonsas him it will olther
mar or mako mo. Lnughtor.
A TERRIBLE REVENGE
A OIIIOAOO DKTKCTI VE ON THE
TKACIC OK THE GAD'S HILL
Tlir.V TAKR II XM OUT INTO THE WOODS
AM) KIIOOT 111M.
1 rom K.-ni'-as City Times -March I Ith.
Tho largo towards ollorod for tho cap-
turo of tho Iowa train wrockcrs, nnd latur
lor tho Uad'B UU1 robbers, hns lod n (Jliica.
go dutcctlvo to n very cudden nnd mys
torlous death nl the bniids of thoso ho
camo to capture. From tho following
horrifying dotnil.4, ns furnishod by aomo
of tho olllcinls working up tho case, it will
bo seon thnt tho rapture of tho Gail's Hill
robbors ii not to bo tnndo easily or with
out soriou1! troublo, and It la very doubtful
wnotunr tuoy nto over taken niivo:
On Tuesday last n strnncor nrrived 11
ono of tho Liberty holols und recistorod
his nnmo ns VT. .1. "Wichor. Ho was well
drcssod, nnd mudo no secret of hifl busi
uots nnd his Intentions. Ho said ho wan
nftor tho Gad's 11111 train robbers, nni
ald ho hail trailed thoin from Ond'it Hill
to ulv countv. nnd ho intended to nrres
tho .In'mni brnllinn lisfuro ho L'Ot throuch
witn tlio too. lie wnlKou about town on
ring tho dn making closo inquiries con
cerning tho whereabouts of tho fnrm of
tho widow Jnmcs, nnd tho habits and cus
toms 01 tho James boys.
l'KEl'AHUS TOR HUHINim.
Tho dotoctlvo was informed that tho
.lames farm wns about thrco miles from
Koarnoy, and ten or twelvo from Kansas
City. Ho nlso nmJo innuirlesns to wbotb
or u pistol pointed niddunly nt thoir licnds
would not ho likely to intimlduto nnd sur
prise tnom eo thnt thoy would surrondnr
Thcso nnd other Intllscroot remark nt
tho bank nnd hotel left no doubt of his
intontion to attempt tho nrrost of tho
James brother, lloforo leaving Liberty
ho dopositcd $60 in tho ban): subject to his
own order nnd ot another person, with
tho understanding that ho might not re
turn ngnln, ns ho wns going out on 11 des
perate mission. Ho nlso mndo Eiich
change in his dress as to give him tho
npnearnnco of n working inau, in which
character ho intondod to go to tho .lames
frm nnd apply for work ns a lnborcr.nml
to becomo better ncqunlntod with tho hab
its of thoso ho intonded to capturo.
cai'tuuii) 11 v Tin: uonnEns.
"Whicber left .Liberty on Tuesday oven
g on tho 6 o'clock train, lmviiic pur
chased a ticket for Kearney stution. He
took with him only about tlx dollars iu
money, nnd stated that hu intpndod to
walk from Kearney to tho James Turin
and apply for work. "Whether he wont
thero nnd uppliod for work or not is nt
present unknown, ns nothing moro wus
seen of him nftor ho left Kearney nUtion
until ho was seen in tho custody of three
etrttugo men Into that night, it is suppo.
Kad by tho oillcora who havo bcon work
ing up tho oust that ho did apply to tho
James boys, nnd that his true character
was at ouco discovered, but this is only
moro supposition. Ho may havo attemp
ted to nrrost ono of them, and failed to
got tho drop on thorn as ho iutondod,
OS TIIK liOAI) TO HKITII.
The noxt that wus scon of tho dotectlvo
ho was a helpless prisoner, bound nnd in
tto hands of thoru ho had como so far to
capturo. It wiih at Owen's ferry landing,
on the Missouri river, nbout half wuy be
tween -Missouri (Jity and tho lllchinand
ferry. Ono of tho ferrymen was awaken
ed nbout I! o'clock on Wodnosdny morn
ing by n pnrty 01 four mountod men. Ono
of thcso wan a prisoner and rodo n gray
iiorso; mi) otners roao two bays nnd ti sor-
roi uoreo. inoy communilea tlio terry
man to tnko them over tho river. Tho
man ttatod that it Wn against tho rulo to
cross at night, and ho wns unnblu to row
thu llatboht ovor tho rivor nlono. Tliey
then commenced to call across tho river
for the other furrymiiu, who was asloep in
hit houso on the Jackson county shoro.
CltOSKINU THE SllfbOUIil,
Tho forryman at llrst refusod to go over
tho rivor, but tho men notilicd him If ho
did not they would cut hw boat looso and
onu 11 uown tbo rivor. In reply to his
question ns to who thoy woro and what
they wanted, thoy shouted back that thoy
wero a thorilf poko in charconf nmitv
.Shorlir Jim ilaxtor, nnd that thoy had
captured n thief nd wore I'oinc nvnr fn
Jackson county nftor another ono. Tho
jorrymantays bo knew .Urn Ilaxter was
not thero, but to savo his boat from goini'
down tho river ho uot into his skiff nnd
rowod over to tho OUy county ahoro. All
ol thu honoa were blankotod, tho three
men had their facca covered up to tho
eyes with woolen comforters, and thoir
bats wero drawn down na if for tho pur
poso of concealing their identity. (5nlv
one of them ipoku, and ho gave all thodf
rectlon, and led the boumfprl.one upon
ho flat boa , and tho party cro.sed over
in strict silonco. Tho prisoner did not
appear to bo nt nil restless, nor did ho
mnnlfest any anxiety about his lifo, which
was soon to bo tnkon from him.
It waa just tlireo o'clock in tho morning
when tho throo men rodo nwny from tho
forrybont, nnd disappeared iu tho dark
gloom of tho timber. Thoy rodo slowly
and silently in tho direction of Indepen
dence. It is not dlfllcult to undorstatid,
from tho nature of tho wounds of tho
murdered man, how ho was killed. Ho
was shot from tho side, ono bullet passing
through his head, nnd ono through his
neck; n third lodgod In his shoulder.
Whethor ho was ordored to preparo lor
fnlo nnd given eomo notice of their inten
tion to kill him or whether ho was shot
suddenly while riding along, bound help,
lessly to his horse, is n question that only
tho throo mysterious mon know thorn
selves. They killed thoir victim In tho
road'nbout four miles nbovo Independence,
cut tho ropos Irom hU legs, nnd loft him
whoro they killed him, nnd whero lio was
found ason nftor daylight that morning.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin!
OUSKQUJ ICS OK TIIK LATH SEN
TOll SUM NEIL
M ISCELIiANEOUS N KWS.
.MA UK ET
AND HIV HI?
Tkkmton, N. J., March 10. Tho local
option bill wan killed In thu iJuuato to
night, by voto of 11 to 10.
Np.w Voiik, Mnrch 1", Willlnm
Jnmos Donmnn, editor of the New
York Tablet, dlod yostorday in his J2d
.U'llcrsoinliic, I ml,
Ji:Kii:r.o.Nvn.i.K, -March II. Colo
noi II. O. Ktinsom, of tlio United Statos
quartermnstors' dopnrtmont nt Now Or
leans, dlod in this city at 'JO minuter past
7 this afternoon of a rolnpso of llux.
L0UI8MLI.K, March 1C Wni. McGin
nis, a wuolthy farmer of .McCrnckon
county, Kontueky waa found dead near
"West l'oint, Hardin county last Friday
with his horso standing guard over his
body. Ho had evidently fallen from his
horso from heart dlsoaro.
Omaha, March 1C Tho body of r.
man was found by two farmor yoatnrday,
II vo miles south of Council Uluil'j. Whon
brought to tho city lottors woro found on
hU person from u slater at Evnntvillo, I11-
uintin, also 5-iU anil a gold watch, but no
It has bcon mining hero moat all tlio
time since Saturday.
"YuiXGTos-, March lfi ()nn linn-
drcd mon woro ib-iiny dischnrgod from tho
navy yard hore, and six hundrod from tho
Norfolk Jnavy yard Saturday.
of Connecticut, president of tho conton-
niai convention, mnaa n spocch boforo tho
eommitteo on appropriations to-day in
favor of an appropriation for tho exposi
tion. Columbus, Ohio.
Coi.UMnu.i, Mnrch 10. Four compa
nies of criK'udora did street work to-day,
notwithstanding tho disagreoablo weath
er. Hut llttlo work that will show was ac
complished From this date tho iiiornintr
mooting of tho business mon will ha uni
ted with tlio ladio'a meeting. To-morrow 1
no street work will bo dono, hut an all
day mooting will bo hold whon a perma-
uoni organization win uoouccteu.
uui!.tv in Tin: rntsT Di:oiu:i:.
L itt lis Jtocic, March 10. Aftor a two
weeks trial of Cass Matlock, charged with
mo muraor 01 n lamiiy ot jtiusouri mov
ers at Kock Creek, near this city, in No
vember last. Tlio case wti3 given to tho
11 ry this evening, nnd after belnc out 11
fow minutes thoy returned tho verdict of
guilty of murdur In tbo llrst degree.
Hki.lkkontai.ve, O., Mnrch II!, Again
ictory has perched upon tho banner of
tho crusaders two moro surrendered to
day John F. Miller nnd Jon Morlarty,
proprietors of tho Head Fall. Thoir
liquors woro poured out this forenoon.
nmid tho ringing of bella nnd nnd plny-
inir or tho band. Ho Immodlatolv sold
tho rest of his stock at auction nt fcood
round temporauco pricos. aituvonson (till
KI It C.
Milwaukue, Mnrch 1C A tiro nt
llrldgoport, n station 011 tho Milwnuk eo
nu ftt. l'aul railroad. 1 ml s east of l'ra
lo du Chlen, Saturday morninc, do-
troyed tho depot, ruilroad brldco.
King's olovutor and Snell'e
store. Loss nbout 5-16,000, Insurance
about $1,000. Tho Ilru originntcd in tho
" iiuitumt wii.i, out."
Somo tiino ago nn old woman named
Orowuian, living nlono a few miles from
l'rnlrlo du Chien, was found dead In her
houso, which had boon ransacked nnd
plundsrod. Last woek tho body wan dis
interred, nnd nn analysis madu which
provod tho preeonco of arsenio In tho
stomach. Homo not?s bolonglng to tho
docoo' ed had in tho meantlmo been found
in tho possession of a neighbor namod
tloorgo Jlarnuin and his sister, who havo
IlosroN, March 1C Tho obsequies of
Senator Sunnier took plaeu at half.past :i
oVlo:k this afternoon in ICing'a Clmpol.
Tho rotnalns wero convoyed from llorlc
Hall in a hoarso drRwn by four black
by a forco of mounted state ronstuhlos,
and followed by a procession of the legit,
lativu and executive authorities, the con
gressional comniittoo, a dolegatiou of
United States officials, tho municipal uu
tboiitiea and other bodica, Thu
were Kx.Oovoruor CHllbrd, Kx-Govornor
llullock, Ux-Govornor Olallln, Kx.Gov.
"Washburn, Kx-Chlof Justice Iligolow.N.l'.
Hanks, Itobert O. Winthrop, Ohurles
FrancU Adams, John O. Whlltier and
naipn waiuo r.merson. Aa tho casket
waa borno down tho steps tho band played J
tho doad march. Tho procoitlon pnisod
down lloioon street Jiotwoon wassoa of
peoplo which it required tho vlgllnnt ox
ertlons of largo forco of pollco to pro
vent from encroaching upon tho strectn.
l'rccodlng tho mayor woro four mon who
boro nmafslvo cross nine fnt In liolght
rotiipused of catln IIIII01, cutnellns and val
TO TAKK l'AllT.
Mi:ii-Mis, M:irch lO.Vnrious colored
socletlos will participate in tho procession
on Sunday next in honor of tho memory
or tlm lato Senator Stunner, having boon
forcod to pontpono It iu consequotini of tlio
Tho chamber of commerce, lh!i evening
adopted n memorial lo tho Now Orlennj
chamber asking government hid for the
Toxnu I'hcIUc ruilroad.
Dayton, March 10. Tho crusnderi con
tinued to-day without nny interesting in
cidents. Several places woro visited, tho
tliunl crowd oMomblod and tho refills
wero as muni, hut tho ladle, faithful ns
Mr. Mica Wobbor, will novor desert tho
saloonists. Hnrry StnlthV stand which
waa surrendered tho llrst day of tho
crusade, has been rooponod by
another porson and is disposing
of damnation in tlio usual way. An odd
ceno waa observed to-dny n band of
Christian women sung forvently,
"eo.MK To JK.SIW,"
in front of a Jew's saloon. Hadltck find
ing ho had no rase, hnx withdrawn his
rult ngnlnst .Mrs 'J'loiiiar, nnd entered
suit against her ccntrary to the advice of
other liquor men this btternoon. Fray or
mooting!) contlnao three mass meeting
"Washington, March 1C For Now
Englnnd rain and snow will prevail, with
east and south winds, falling barometer
and rising teuiporaturo.
For -Middle states nnd Lower Lake re
gion nnd tlionco southward to thn Gulf of
Mexico, gonornlly cloudy woatber nnd
rain, with norlheait to south wiud, and
but slight changes h toinperaluro.
For tho Northwest fresh and brisk
southerly winds, wth continued low bar
omotor, cloudy wcstier and rain.
Thero will ho pertly clearing weather
on Tuesday, and tho tompornturo will
eontinuo nbovo Oo freezing point in tlio
Thn Mississipp rivor will rlso slightly
at Vickaburg nnd Now Orleans.
' UITKli NEWS.
Ollleonf Observation. Pignnl Scrvlec U.K.
army. Dally njiort cif the hlage of water,
with the Cham-en for the -I hours ending
,..-..1. in Iu-.
i u ruMjiv p. III. .11111 .-11 iu, ion,
water. Itife.; Full.
I : .. 1 1 r.' 11
iu r. 0 -j i)
7 a ol I)
ji -i I '2 r ii
' ii 01 0
Jil M (I 0
0 0 ii 11 n
n 11 11 11 (i
in 1 11 in
"llelow nlgn water muru.
, KlitVIK H00TII,
observer Slg. Her. U. S.A.
1'iTT.snunf), .March 16 lllver nbout
on n stand, 0 feet S inches.
LlTTl.n KoL'i;. Mnrch IS. nnlninc
during tho past 3C hour, hut ill now cloar;
rivor lAlUnir witu 11 iooi wator. ijopnrt
ed Clarksville, .llomphis.
MkmI'IUh, March 10. tVcnther cloudy.
Uivor still stationary. Departed John
Kylo, St. Louis; Church, Cincinnati; Du
gan.Arkansna rivor; Stu Genoviove,V!cks
hurg. Nashville, March 10. Itivcr falling,
8 feet 10 inches on shoals. Weather
cloudy nnd damp. Arrived IMdyvillo,
Upper Cumberland; JGllmoro.l'ittshug ;
Hoilmon, l'aducfth. Departed Hoilman,
Evansvii.le, March 10. tVeathor
cloudy with n drizzling rain. Mercury
43 to 30. lliver fallen 18 inches, l'ort
list Uji Indiana, Silvorthorn, Fayotte,
1'oports, Morning Star, Arkansas Hollo,
Bermuda and Bowling Green. Down
Arlington, Thoa Shorlock, Idlewldl, Irn
Millor, Fioronso Loo and Mary Amont.
Louhvili 1:, March 1C Itivor falling
slowly with 0 foot 8 inchos In tho canal,
and 7 foot 8 Inched In tho Indian pais;
drizr.ling ruin all day. Arrived Kana
wha, i'omeroy; Stella and Kattlo, 1'itts
burg. Dopnrtod Kanawha, bt. Louis;
Stella nnd llettlo with ompty barges, I'itts-
ourg; Anuy naum, J:cmpnis.
St. Louis, March 1(5. Arrived Illin
ois, I'corin ; Uoloisal, Keokuk ; Laliarge,
Missouri rivor; Maggie, Illlnnh river: S
Koborts, Ohio rivor. Uoparted City of
Chostor, Memphis; Lady Lee, Hod rivor;
Lako Suporiur, Keokuk; Maggie, Illinois
rivor. Tho rivor is falling slowly. Tho
wcathor was damp and cloudy all day, and
it is raining to-night.
"llA KKLT tLl'OUT.""
-Mkmi-ius, March 1C. Flour dull and
norniitltl. Corn meal dull, 3 CO. Corn
75(Ji)"0o. Oats lower S'OOc. Hay dull
and unchanged, llran In good dumand.
Fork 10 15 in store. Lard0l0Jc. Jia
con firm; shoulder 7()7Jc; sides t'OJc
Cincinnati, Mnrch 10. lllver 20 feet
G inches and falling. Arrived Georgo
Spangler, Kentucky river; It. K. Hudson,
Wheeling; Minneola, Memjihis. Depart
ed Goorgo Spangler, fContucky river.
Cnpt. John llnrrett bought tho steamer
Argosy for If 5,000 to-day.
CiiicAdO, March 10. Flour ktoady.
Wheat quiet, weak and lower, No U
spring 1 1 H J 03 1 10.1 fre,tl spot; 1 10 in
April, Corn dull and lowor, No '1 mixed
Clc; UyeCIJ; Gats dull and drooping
No2-l5'151c. Kyo sterdy No 2 fresh
8C)c. llnrly quiet and unchanged, No "
1 CU. fork (lull and n sliaeo lower M S5
Lard dull and 11 shade lowor. 75c. Hulk
meats quiet; shoiildiirs quoted nt 6 looso
Whiskey ami und holders not willing to
muko concessions, '.13 asked,
Nkw Uklkanh, Mnrch iOKiour dull;
XXX (i C0P7 60 family Kfo'J 60. Corn
quiet; whlto 7707S, yollow 7879. Oat
ouieiatoi. uran, moro on landing. Jlay
dull but firm at 20 00. Fork dull at 10 20.
Dry salt meats dull at CJ8lC7i83. Ilacon
dullat7JQ9JG79J. llnmsl 1 iia. Lard
dull; tierce 0Tj,n J, keK 0,010. Sugar fair
demand; Inforior fifJTWjComnion 0j7,good
fair 7J, prlmo 8(7v8j, choice 0. Molasios
Kood (lomand; common 50,pHmo to choice
7fy7fi. Whiskoy dull at. Coll'oo qulot
at 'J'-'fjyJT j. Corn monl qulot at 3 80.
St. Louis, Morch 1C Hemp dull and
unchanged. Flour dull, nominal nnd un
ehanuod. Whoat dull; No 2 uprlng 1 21
Cf)l 211; No 3 rod fall 1 401 -13 ; No 2
! OafiU 55. Corn inactive, lowor und
unsettled; mixed OlpC'J. Oats slow nnd
Irregular; No 2 mixud -1050. Harloy
qulot and unchanged. Ityu inactivo; No
2 mixed 00. Fork firm pnd In good do
mand at 10 2ol5 50. j)fy salt moata
qulot; O It buyers' March, (Julncy nnd
Keokuk, sold at 7 GO Johhlng lots; shoul
dor d 1V0 00; O S 8 00; clear 8 25,
prlmo stoam 8 75. Whisky quia at 03
jiacon quiet ami unchanged. r,ard qulot j
.liiu uijjtn;i. ui auvei'Lising
lic, and there is rcaly
KN0ArJSr TO THE
or do not douqt the
call at No, 0 1
is kept for sale at the
I.I'.GAL NOTICL. !
Whereas Jliilhi'W I), (iuuter. did m the
HM'iilli ila ol'OelulicrA. lVi, exi eiilc
ami deliver lo Henry l..ll:illlil.iy :itale-M(iil-g.iirp
(il'that ilalc upon thoprcmlxw herein- I
idler deMTilii'il, lili li va i-iM-iirdeil Iu the
ISworder". filllre nf Alexander (.'utility lilt ,
mil", on the 17th d.iy of October A. I.. 172,
Iu volume '. of reeonl-of .-ale .Mortg.i!;e.
on'oage (Ilh one hiiiidred ami elevt n, mid
whleh mi. gieu to cciire u i erlnlu pruinl
Kiry note, made li) miIiI Mathew I). Guiitcr, i
of even ilnto with Mild Sale Murtgagu lo the
order of Henry I.. Halllilay. for tho Mini of
twentv live hundred dollar-, payable tlurt v .
ilaj H litter th date thereof, with Interest
from datu until jiatd nt ten per cent. nr
And wherea-, the viid lleiirv I,. Halliilav
did on tlio'.'.'Jd ilav of .lanuary, A. 1.. 17 f.
lor value received. a--lgn ald note mid 'ale
Mortyairo to tlie under-lgned ,1. II. ( lav.
And W'horca-. default ha been made In tile !
pajnienl of Mild pi oiiiNory note and the In- 1
telW aecrued thereon. I
And wherea It I provided 'In Mild Sale
Mortgage, that In default of the payment of '
.aid note or n v jiart (hereof aeeordfiiif to the
tenor and ell'eel thereof, the Mild Henry I., ,
llallidav or hU legal repre-entatlve mav al- i
ter hating ndertl-ed :iltl miIo fifteen lat I
In a netiaper puhll-hed iu Cairo. JllinoN,
or by jxctiiigiip written or printed notlee.,
in lour pl.iees In the countv where Mild
iircmhc- ale situate, may m;II the kiIiI preni-
Ne or any part thereof, to the Idylic-i ,,. I
ler lor eali al the cotirt-hoti-o door In Ihe
city of Cairo, lllinoi-, at tlie time appointed ,
In Mich ailvertbuiout.
Now therefore notice hcrebv given that
on Wednesday the lSth dat ot'M'aii h, A. I..
lt71. at len oelock A.M., oi' that ilav, at the
I ron t door of the court-hoiiwe In
Cairo, Illinois J shall at sell lit public
auction to Ihe hlghet bidder for c.vh. Ihe
following dcMTipcil property, to wit: Lot
numbered six (II). seven (7and (s) eight. In
block numbered three (.'J), in the lir-t aildl
tlon to Ihe city of Cairo the etate therein,
being nn estate for the term of
live (.") jeai, eominelieing on the
ninth ilav of -March. A. !.. ikti. nn.
ilerandliv virtue of a lea-e bearing date
March ninth, A. I).. 1871. execuled by H.
Iaat 'I nt lor and Kdttin 1'ar-on-. '1'ni.lers
of the ( 'airo Cil t I'roperty, to l'eter A. ( 'on
ant and by said l'eter A Conant, with the
tt rltti n con-eut of wild 'I'atlor mid I'iiimius
Igueil to Mild -tlathetv I. (iuuter on Hu-
111 st dav ol'May, A. I).. 172. together with
nil the Improvements therou belonging to Ihe
s.dd Malhotv I. (iuuter, of everv Mini and
liaturo mi ever. Including mill ilxture-, cn
glne boiler-, burrs and other fixture apper
taining anil belonging to tho mill biiilillug
thereon situate. .1, II.Cl.AV.
Dated -March 2d, A. I)., 1871. 107 JW-irit.
WILLIAM J. ALLNN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OtUeoovor First Nittlomtl bank.
SAMUEL P. WHKKIiKU,
ATTORNEY Si COUNSELOR AT LAW
OniRo ovur Klrnt Natjonal l)anU. lumiav
John it. Aluiuoy.
Wlllani U. MulUey
MULKKY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllce: Klghth htreot, between Comtuor
cIM nnd Wnuhlngtou avenuoH.
OOUNHULOKU AT 1AAV,
Wlltlura il,(lroD, 1
Willum II (lllliurl, y
Mrtipeoul Kttuntlon kI'"u to AilmltAltr tml
vriai onioi.nvHM,HOOMH 7 and n ovxu
A. a.llOK W.D.
Olllco over Thonm ti llro'ri. jji'oeery stoif .
No. 1111 Commercial avonuo, turner K.lghtl.
street, ltctldonco corner Wiuhlugton iivo
rue iiinl Kourtoenlh stroet.
AMLLIAM 11. SMITH, M. I).
KK.SlI)Kr.Oi:-i'o. i!l, Tlilrtcontn ureot,
hottvetn Washington uvomiu and Walnut
.treet. Olllce 120 cominfrcial avenue, up
is to make youi'self known to the pub
ONLY OKB WAY TO MAKE YOURSELF
PUBLIC, AND THAT ONE WAY IS BY
RSELK TO T.ITK .PUBLIC. Tliosc who do
of the ahovc )rc.sentation, should
Levee, where a
PHIL. H. SAUP,
And Manufacturer of
102 Commercial Ave.
iCCSOnlcrs from Abroad Prompt lv Attended to.
(Lato Proprietor of tlio St. Nicholas Hotel)
Has become Sttpcrintondtnt of tho
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Mr. Walker having taken charge of this old and woll-kuown houi-e, will at
onco give it n thorough renovating, and put it in first-class order for tho rccep
tioii gucslH. Mr. Walker will welcome his old customers to tho new house, and
will always ho glad to i-co them.
J?irst-olass Bay Board 20 por Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
Corner Twelfth direct and 'Washington Avo
J. C. HUELS,
(l.ate or Ht. I.ouIh,)
I'.OOK HINDER AND 11LANK
HliANK HOOKS or ovory description dono
with iieatncs's nnd dispatch. All kinds of
ruling dono nthhort notice , Bibles, Mutdc.
Mu'aztnes and Periodicals hound neat and
tt tho lowest ponslhlo ratoii.
County work, Mich s Hocnrdu, Uockot
I'eo llookH, lllaiiKH, etc.. made u specialty.
Ilexes, I'ockctllooUfjKnvoIopH, etc., mado
to order. tl21,
stock of Fine Clothing
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
llcmlizid 11t statb authobitt amd
Urawk in Public ih St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Sohomo.
Olabs O, to ns Uiuwn Mrch 81, 1874
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to 1(300,000.
l rrtsi of.........M,ooo
1 " of. 13,460
too Prist of. loo
110; Half Ticket, J5: Quarter
xiokau, 92 60.
Our loltarU are ohmr.d by th BUU, m
always drwa at th tlm nund, and all draw.
Inct are onitar th aupertlnon or iworn con!
'1 he ofllolal drawing will bo pabllohad la th
til, Ijoula paper and a oony of drawing MDt to
iurehaara of tlnket.
: Wc will draw a similar isbamath laatdar ot
uvcry month during tb rar ID7.
ItciMlt at our riilr h boninfflea tnonav ordar.
rcslitcred lattar. Jrahor aipraaa. Hand for otr
cuur. auaran, muhkai, M n.UKit M Oi
y. u. box 3tt. at. Loula.