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t Matter on evcrj pnare.
Fits death a Jay from malignant
MUoX mo reported t Montroal.
Tax general assembly has rotod against
lk coasolidatlon of the tupromo court of
Tn expenses of the reform legisla
tor, of Wisconsin havi been abouut half
tbot of the preceding one. This is reform
te tomfi purpose.
Sixcb the beginning of tlio war against
whisky In Ohio, tbo manufacture of
Wbiikty in Cincinnati has decreased three
hundred end forty barrel a day. Tho
ladies bare no reason to fcol discouraged
Thx anti-monopolists of tbo twofth con
grasional district mot in conrontion on
the seventeenth inst , to make preparations
fer the organization of the district for tho
fall elections. A congressional candidato
will be put in tho filold.
Thb senatorial fight in Massachusetts
Is bow confined to four candidates Dawos,
Adams, Hoar and Banks. The Domo
cratie Members of tho legislature, who
cast serenty -fire votes out ot two hundred
and eighty, will probably make a straight
Bbnxtob JJoutwell's illness, it appoars,
is we result or a cause which has horcto
lore had no similar effect on any radical
in office. He is indisposed to appear in
hit place in the bnate,not from sicknon
ol the body, but from mortification at tho
rerelations in regard to tho Sanborn con
tract, which he signed whon secretary of
Gxxxxal Gaetield, of the appropria
tions committee, has sense enough to coo
that his party is responsible for tho pros
ant condition of reckloss extravaganco
Which prevails in tho government
departments and ho ha so Im-
preesed the members of the commttteo that
they agree with him in believing that a
caang must bo made for the good of the
party. In accordance with this idea no
more money is to be allowed for extra
work, ao matter if it is performed aftor
keen, and It is well tbat.it is to bo shut oil'.
Tb deficiency bill, which is of tlio same
kind of "out go," will bo very closely
scrutinized and every ltora inquired into.
But, notwithstanding tho efforts of the ap
propriations committee, it is not thought
tbair labor will amount to much, for tbo
departments and dominant party In Con
grats are too much in cahoots to listen to
economy, even whon preached by ono of
A time goes on, the deveionements in
tb Sanborn contracts show almost con
clusively that the ring which bad tbo
affair in hand, including some of tbo most
prominent members of the radical house
hold, who are also part and parcel of the
administration. The St. Louis 'DomocratV
special "Washington correspondent, who
will not be accused of painting tho matter
ia darker color than it desorvos, under
data of tb elghteontb, assorts that
"another complication for tho treasury
department has ariien," one that places
Secretary Richardson In anything but an
eaviable light. Tbe history of this latest
II .! . 1 I 1 i .... . . .
"suiapuwuiou u reiaiea .n mo 'Uomo
ereV is as folUwIntr:
"Members of tho Comraittoo
wars and means havo u.
a very important apDllcation for .
r i r
UHin roiomuon of tho Homo only
sid fnr Infnrmattnn in snD..i a.
contract actually mado. said did ru.t
wear am.isni nan iiri m irir rnnirsnti rii
aw ianeniB,an s r m nairtnwsi haniiL
osmlttea comprise copies of all con.
schedules, roccintr. ccrtlQcutPi
kecks, and other oorrospondencu having
U steps or action taken by tho Treasury
learned of several documents that
Iw An Iba HtmrMmrv.
TOB A TIIIBD TIME,
r nKTMn b.ii luh num. it nnw sa nnn
a ganuamau, now in mo city for tho
polled 7oT cob tract which wm
ibw ahuuu wu m&at tor it a
dyi atUr the bill pwied. Tbo pereon
" at ii . it . ' "
si aw ii iiBUJTcrEu wnnra a. imii
.TU QOTXBKMSST OVEUCniKQEU
trBjsorttlon of freight inoro than
the accompanvios affidavit all the
information to insure collection.
tea with law, ho was unablo to nro
. .1 .u.4 mmmm ttAH.t.Milit....
uadar the law pe omers could bo on-
.It will come out mat failure to
ggBimW w Him ivt ... mg vu
i miA Ymr br airants or tho rail.
'towirairtf' and bo was Anally told
tha dssftrrnrrr' oeuld sot unqortake
ihU sum from tne row.
Ua, diB IhU
q$(b ar m ynr wjbt mattbrs
broakt to light in tb whole infa-
KainM, xne cm, a tuny et
forth to the department, was ono whero
tbo road namodliad deliberately violated
their charter, and as' deliberately swin
dled the government out of three million
dollars, jtyl'ersoB lnjpoiitlon to bo well
informed say there is no longer any doubt
but that this Sanborn mtittor will lend to
a chango both in tlio Secretary nnd As
sistant Socrotnry. Every day develop
ments render It moro certain that tho
whys and moans committee. or someolhor
Commllteo of tho Iloiife, will be obliged
to Investigate tlio matter tiy mentis or
who 1ms boon In lloston consulting with
Gon. llutlor, telegraphed tlio committee
to-day asking that tho hearing that tboy
had promised him to-night lo delayed till
next Tuodv. Ho was informed that
the commlttoo would wait, but would llko
to hoar him soon. On account of tho Into
dovolopmonli tho commlttoo may bo com
polled to bring tho matter boforo tho houco
without further dolay.
To-morrow Judge Noah Davis will bo
heard, and if thoro Is ttmo tho parson who
first tried tosccuroa contract undo.- tlio
law, as already mentioned.
ST. l'ATMOli's"lTAY DISTMOT
INVESTIGATION A IU.OW AT
HNOBBEKY WKONG IS WRONG
WHO WILL BK THK MAN
WA.niNaTotr, D. O., March 17, 1S74".
BAINT rATIIICU'a TUT.
Ol all days of tho yoar, tho. anniver
sary of the birtli of Ireland's patron
saint it the ono for a storm, but out of all
rulo and contrary to expectation tho day
promises to bo fino, though tho slroots uro
in bad condition on account of yoator
dAy's rain and this morning's drizzlo.
Tho sons of St Patrick uro out in largo
numbors, flying tho groon and following
bands of inutlo that warm tho, vory
cockles ot their hearts by giving tlinm a
tasto of airs from tho "ould dart." Only
thoto who havo been in ollior lands can
understand tho wondorful clfoct producod
by listoning to tho playing of airs that
belong to homo ; and if our Celtic citizens
brow tho punch too strong or talco a drop
too much in honor of old Iroland and ho
who banished tbo snakes, it will only
provo that tholr hoarls are bigger than
thoir heads until noxt morning, when
thoy will rcallzo tho painful fact that their
heads aro by far tho biggost portion of
Mattors and things congressional havo
boon at a standstill sinco tho deaths of
Sonator Sumner and Ex-Prosldcnt 'ill
moro. Tho sonuto moots to-day. The
District investigation docs not Boom to
progress as smoothly as It might. After
some half dozon sonators refused to sorvo
and tho commlttoo was nppointod, tbo
chairman, Mr. Boutwoll, must noeds got
sickf and thon Senator Cnrpontor, presi
dent pro tomporo of tlio sobato, not only
appoints Sonator Stewart but designates
him as chairman. This eoloction was n
porfoct God-sond to tho ring," who
openly exulted, as Stowart is a Urgo
proporty ownor lioro nnd is also ono of
tho "ring" chums, lint tho host laid
plans of "rings,'' as well as mice, "aft gang
agloo." Yostordey tbo commit toe, Sonators
atlvos Wilson, Hubboll nnd liass, mot ut
tho commlttoo room but shortly rotirod for
consultation. In about an hour and a half
Judge Thurinan como in nnd statod that
tbo hearing was poitponod until to-morrow.
Tho question under discussion was
as to tbo powor of Mr. Oarpnntnr to ap
point tho chairman of a special commttteo.
In tho evening the commlttoo again met,
after a vory warm discussion Sonator
Stewart being absont votod and elected
Sonator Allison to prosido over thoir de
liberations. It is thought that this ques
tion of power to appoint a chairman
would be brought up in tho benato to-day,
u similar case having occurrod some years
ago was docidod that the commlttoo as
in tho present case had tho right to
ehooso Its chairman. Sonator Thurinan
whilo opposing Mr, Carpenter's nuthority,
declined tho position for hlmsolf, beliovlng
that tlio dominant party woro ontltled to
tho chairmanship. This is a sot-ba:k for
tbo ring though they havo so nrrangod
things that all material witnessos will be
missing whon wanted. Hon, Joro. S.'lllack
has boon retained by Mr. John O. Kvane,
ho being ono of tho contractors charged
with corruption. Tho investigation will
not amount to much not but that thoro
is a vory rotton condition of things but
thoy have beonjwoll covered up, I fear.
1 ot Tweed fall, and so may his imitator.
A BLOW AT BNOllBKItr.
Mr. O'Brien, of Maryland, in n lit of
diigust at tho tho snobbery that runs hot
hero has introduced a bill in Congress
that curtails, inovory rospoct, omolumonti
or porquisits boyond thu stated salarlos
received by government officials in this
district. Thoro aro to 1j no moro car
riages and horses bought for prlvato or
publio uso, nor government omployoot
used as secretaries or sorvants In families,
and worso than all, officers or oillolals aro
prohibited from placinc tho black-cockade
on their privato sorvants. This being
tho mark which is worn by tho menial
servants of the Britiih crown olllcials and
is incompatible with a proper appreciation
of tho simplicity and dignity or froo insti
tutionspenalty One of ono hundred dol
lars for each cockado offense. 1 have no
Idoa that any such bill can past, for it is a
dlroct asiault upon tho dlgnltios, rights
and prerogatives of tho royal family in tbo
White House. All tho slioddyltos of tho
diitrlct will howl nt tho member from JJal
tlmore, and accuio him of a subtllo design
w tuuvcrt tbo government. I can hoar a
conclavo concerning Mrs. Auditor Kilos,
Mrs. Colonol Bootopi,Mr, Secretary Ssr
dlno, Mrs. Judge Bnarl, Mrs. General
Thundor and Mrs. Contractor .lobt, cry
,lng out "tho brute I tho low-bred fel
low I" etc., etc. for If those people havo no
cock&do, nor Hvory which is alsoprohib
itod to officials what is life to thorn.
whoko in wnoxa.
Tho Democratic mombors generally
agree that tbo action or Governor Kern
per, of Virginia, in vetoing the Peters
burg charter bill, was correct on tho
broad Democrotle principle that the pco
plo should govern thomsol vei. They very
truly say that It will not do to uphold in
Petersburg what was denounced in Now
York when that city was about being put
THE CAIRO DAlhY
into the bands or Republican commission
ers Fome yoar ago. It is only n fow
yoars Anco tho mna gamo was proposed
with regard to Philadelphia, and tho
Democratic press in nnd out of Pennsyl
vania, howlod over tho propofed taking
nway of tho pooplo'a rights. At ft tlmo
when Radicalism Is toppling unJor tho
odium of just such wrongs, it Ih neither
right nor wito for tho Domocrals ti emu
late tholr odlus conduct by grasping pow
or by such moans, and whon dofcatod, by
burning an bonost olliclal in oAtey. Geo
graphical divisions do not make wrong
right, nor chango a principal.
WHO WILL I1K TIIK MAN?
Tho Massachusetts legislature aro very
much oxoroised as to Who will bo tho suc
cessor to Senator Sumner. K. K.lloar
and Mr. Dawos nro monlionod us likely.
Ben Butior, it is said, looks in that direc
tion, but his oyos uro so fearfully crossed
that no "fellah" can toll bow ho doos look.
lr. case Dawes is tho lucky man, which 1
very much doubt, tho chairmanship tlio
ways and means committco will bo scram
bled for. Goo. F. Hoar is spoken of
though tills would bo rough on Pig "Iron
Kolley, who is next on tho list. Custom
would givo it to Kolloy, but tho commit
too has tho power of choosing its own
Tho O. O. Howard court of inquiry mot
yesterday, and examined Gon. Moigs,
Gon. Shiras and Gen. Townsond with ro-
gard to tho regulations con-eming tho
disbursement of publio monies. Howard
Is unoasy, but his friends nro working
bard for him dcepltohis bad case.
WHAT WAS HONE IN
A FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLAR
OREGON DEMOCRATIC STATE
THE WHISKY CRUSADE STILI.
HOW TH 12V A m INTSTER
- IN MISSISSII'L'!.
31 LSOELLANEOUS iVHWS.
Pllll.ADri.l'llii, March lf. Tbospring
f.ninrj, r fntral'.V- llv,v liurnml. JJiu
morning. I, on $;:5,000; luetirancn $10,
000. Treiilon, N. .1.
Tiiv.NTo.vMarch 10. Tho local option
bill, limiting the question of licenses, to bo
doturmined by a legal vote ol tho state nt
largo parsed tbo sonuto.
Omaha, Neil, March 10. Tho ico in
tho river moved out at 12 o'clock to-day.
Mrs. M. M.
Morloy, an old lady at
here, committed guicido
JjO.vdok, March 19. Parliament roai
somblod to-day. Shortly after tho open
ing tho mombers of tho houso of commons
woro summond to tho chambor of peers to
hoar tho (uoon's speech road.
Alhany, N. V., Marjlt 19. Tho rlvor
Uopun for navigation.
ATTEMIT8 TO KSCAl'i:.
liowonstlno tho convicted murdoror last
night madoan unsuccessful attempt to
oecapo from jail.
CoLUMnus, March 10. Tho crmodors
woro out to-day visiting manufacturing
establishments and prlvato houses. Ono
hundrod nnd sixty signatures were obtain
ed to tho citir.ons' pledge A mats moot
ing of persons under twonty-ono yoars of
ugo will bo held in tho city hull on Sutur
THK WHISKEY WAV..
Wor.CESTr.R, March 19. Tho tompor
anco movement took u now phase hero to
day without previous announcement. Four
bands of 10 to 12 women oach started out
and visited many prominont saloons, sing
ing and praying whorovor thoy woro al
lowed, and urging owners, bsr-koepors
and spectators to sign thu pledge. Thov
woro generally woll troatcd, but their ap
peals mot with no markod euccots.
Lai'AYETTb, March IV. Developments
to-day throw considorablo doubt upon tho
supposition that llnnj. Moorohouse,- mon
tionod in yostorday's dispatch, has been
murdorod. Tho missing man's hat and
coat woro found a mile from tho rivor, on
tho roaa east, with numorous holo cuts,
but which common seme would elunv,
woro made whilo on tho person, The
supposition is, thoroforo, that Moorohouso
has absconded and has taken this means
to mislead tho pooplo. Thoro is no appar
ent rcmon, nowovor, lor this movomont
on his part, as his financial and family af
fairs seem to bo In good com! lion.
Ellzabotli, K. J.
r.Lr.AiiETii, SUrch 19. Tho mooting
to night to expross indignation at tho
German demonstration last Sunday
against Sunday laws, was tho largon over
seen in this city. Clorgvmon made ad
dresioi, and resolution wet ndoptcd de
claring that opon and orgr.n I roaistaucn
to Salibutli laws by habitual riolation sup
ported by a largo and formidable olo
ment of Inlldollly, inspiros alarm for the
pormananey of tho Christian Sabbath,
and calling on nil gooJ citiznus to foriuko
party affiliations nnd put it down.
Nr.w York, March ID. Uodoau, Lock
wood & Co,, fruit dealers, havo suspended
buslneis peudingthe examination of their
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
BOLLETrN, FRIDAY, MARCH 20lsl$?l
accounts. Tholr late book-keeper is said
to bo a lerultor to the amount orllfly,
thousand dollars, jj, Z: fi
m imdiSiai. J 8
I'M ward 3; ,Mct'av. charred Wtlfj
writing letters to tho Nov Yi.uk fltockl
l.xclinnun, mirnorl ntt in be f h'liod liv tho
prosldctit of tho Westorn I'ltlon Tolo
graph company, on tho 17th of February,
uni neon mulcted by tho grand j.iry.
COMM1TTKII TO THE TOMllS.
Two tiollcoiiien woro oiuiinlltrd to tho
Tombs to-day without ball, pending nn
invofligallon on tho charge or committing
murderous nssultn upon clti'.ons.
VahiiikTok. March 10. Tor tlio
Northwest and Upper l.nko roglon,
llionco to Missouri valley lomiorn
turorlilni', northwostcrlv winds and iron-
orally clear weather.
I'orJ.owor I.ako roci'm and Ohio val-
loy and Tennofsoo, northwotor)y wind!,
falling lemporntnro and clearing wcatlior.
ior outiiorn states, loutiiwcsterly
nnd northwostorly winds ehlfting to
southeasterly, unchanged tomporaturo and
l or Mlddlo stalls, southwesterly and
northwesterly winds, railing tomporaturo
and partly cloudy and clearing weather.
Tlio rivers win probably riso at Pitta.
burc, below Nathvlllo nnd slightly nt Ko-
okul: nnd Davenport.
Mkmi'IIIm, March lt. Dolectivo Wat
son left for Nashvlllo to-day with llobert
Hates, who was nrrctlcil at Unrtlott yen-
tiny for Hilling young lirioriy near linsii-
villo last January at ft (lancing parly.
who will pr.oinu when poctoih
A fow days ago two colored justlres in
DoSolo county, .uiE9U3ippi, near Com
morco. gave imlgmenU agninst parties liv
irsir in rival boats or districts, which lod
to a clash of authority, ono chnrging tho
otlior wun liaving cnangcu ins docKOl ni
ter licarini: of his rival's decision, nnd
forthwith Itsucd a warrant for his nrreU.
Whon the conitablo v;ith tho colored
posjo arrived at tho roiidsnoo of tho Jus
tico, ho found an nrmod party awaiting
tnoir arrival, who nrcu upon mo posso,
badly wounding two of them, nnd captur.
lng tho conitablo, who was taken to Aus
tin by tho warllko justico to bo turnod
ovor to tho shorlll', who in turn arrested
tho ontiro party. Tho caso u being trlod
at last accounts, ana causoo intonso cx
citcmont among tho colored population.
San l'ltAcIl5U01 3Iarch 10. Thonows
trom uuina is unimportant. Tlio pros
says currency is depressed, and that tlio
statistics of tho chambor of commcrco nt
Hong JCong show an unsatisfactory condi
tion of finances.
It is reported that tlio uuostlons between
Peru and China rointivo to tho Coollo
trofllo will bo roforrcd to Russia for arbi
Tho rovision of tho Japsnoso treatise
makes but littlo progress.
Notos havo passed betweou tho foreign
minislors and tho eovornmontot Japan.
but tho latter is using all its endeavors to
novo oxtrauition jurisdiction abolished
which point tho representatives bnvini;
boon intorostod in by thoir rospectivo gov-
ornmonts roiueeu to concede. iNegotla
Hons may bo said ut prcsont to bo in
It is said tho budget for 187-1, prepared by
tuu minister ot nuance, mows n vory la
vorablo stato of tho national finances.
Groat nnsioty was lolt for somo days ui
to tho safety of P. M. S. S. Alaska, which
did not nrrivo lioro until tlio ovtmini; o
tho Oth instant, nlno days over contract
tiruo. Tlio dolay was occasioned by bad
A scheme li undor consideration fcr tho
improvement of tho harbor of Yokoha
ma by buildiug pior so as to shelter nn
chorago from tho prevailing winds.
PEMOCT.ATIC STATE CON VEKT10X.
Dispntchos from Portland, Oregon, say
tho Democratic stato convention organized
yesterday, with J.S. Vannlovo as prooi
dont. Tho platform adoptod was in favor
of froo navigation of the Columbia river,
and tbo construction of a brcukwator at
Park Axford, tho construction of tho
Portland, Dallas and Salt Lako railroad
to tho southorn boundary of tlio state.
Sympathy was declared in favor of tbo
patrons of husbandry and In favor of an
economical administration of state nllairs.
Gov. Grovor was choson by acclamation
for ro-olccllon, Chadwick for rc-oloction
as f ocrotary of itato and G. A. Lnndon
Washington, March 19. On tho as
sembling of tho District investigating
commitluo to-day, Chairman Allison an
nounced to tho committco that he hud
made a ruling in substance that thoy, in
their discretion, tisuo submenus to compel
tho production of private papers, provided
thoro bo ilrst tiled with tho committee tho
affidavit of some persons or n professional
written statomont of tho counsel, averring
to tho best of his knowledge tbo
existence of such papers, and showing
that thoy aro material ovidenco in tho
investigation with which committco is
ehargod. The committco will then do
cido its to tho advisability of issuing tho
Btibpoonas asked for. It was also an
nounced that tho commlttoo will not bo
restricted to such charges nnd specifica
tion as memorialists may ehooso to sub
mit, but will take such action and send
for Hucli persons nnd papers as may bo
nocessary and prnpor to socuro a thorough
and Impartial investigation or all tho
mattors embraced in tho resolution of tho
Sonato and House of representatives cro
ating a commlttoo. A desultory exami
nation or tho school fund question thon
on6uod In which various mombers of tho
commlltoo,counsol on both sides ond Gov.
Shopherd engaged In the argum'ont, but
notliinf now was oliclird and tho com
mlttoo took u recess until to-morrow.
Washington, D. O., March 19. Mr.
Sponcor from tho commlttoo on commorco
reported favorably on tho houBo bill to im
prove tho mouth of tho Mississippi rivor,
appropriating thirty thousand dollars for
tho purpose, such appropriation to be
availablo from tho passage or tho act, and
aekod its immodiato consideration. Ob
jection being mado by Mr. Saulsbury tho
bin worn over.
Mr. Dennis from tho commltteo on
commorco callod up tho bill reportod yos
torday trom that commlttoo, amondntory
of nu act to provont tlio extermination of
fur-bearing animals in Alaska. Passod.
Mr. Allison called up tho bill appro
priating 510,000 to pay tho oxponsoa
of tho joint commlttoo to Invostigalo Into
tho management of atl'alrs of tho District
of Columbia. Passod.
Tho Sonato then resuming consideration
of tho army bill, appropriation 510,000
for an army medical museum, medical and
otlior necessary works for tho library of tho
surgoon-goncral's office was agroed to,
Mr. Logan moved an amendmont ap
propriating $20,000 to continue tho ox.
perlmonts with tho modern brooch loading
Mr. Woit raised tho poiut of order that
tho amomlment had not been submlttod to
tho committeo and no iiotico had boon
given ot his intontion to offer It.
Mr. Logan said tho secretary of war fa
vored such au appropriation, ns ho had
read a letter lVoMTthStTrjfllcer in favor
thoroof. llopsked that the lottor bo ro
furred to tho cotrmlttee'on appropriation,
and gave notice .mat napwouid movo an
amendment to a'fu'tnro""appropriatlon bill.
. IIJWa.jI ..VAiVlintnlniiM. n.mantit (
-Ua.il VS (liilti)il Ulllliiinivin Liiuruus
oflor an amendment repealing so much of
tu.toi .iiuyo, I8W, is lorliiuj a dotaii ai
officers of the army as acting paymasters,
and autnorizing mo sonrotary ol war to
make such detail and profcrlbatURM bonus
a ho may consider necessary. Objection
being mndo it was withdrawn.
Mr. West gavo nollco thai h would
oil'or it n9 a substitute for tho
bill to incroiso tho pay dep
artment of tho army whon that bill
should como up, on tbo ground that thoro
was no use in Increasing tho stall' of tbo
army after tbo rank and lllo had boon re-
.Mr. Stovenson offorod an nmondtuent
conforrltiL' upon tho court ol claims tho
Jurisdiction to determine nil claims grow
ing out or war or person wno nave re
mained 1cihI or who took tho oath of alio-
glaiico under the president's proclamation
of Decombor, lHli;(, nnd abolishing tho
Southern claims commission. Ad
An item of $&8,omi for the pay of tho
cnpltol pollco gnvo visa to much discussion,
and liniUly Air, lioiman ouured an amend
ment to reduce tho appropriation to the
United Slates $10,000, provided that nny
disabled soldiers now on tho capltol po
llco bo retained. Tho amendmont was re
jected U9 to 11 1.
An itoin or i30,ooo ror miicago or the
momljors i llio House Having Leon readi
ed, Mr. Smith, of Ponntvlvanln, oll'urod
an amendmcntconllning thoallowancofor
milOBgo to actual traveling oxpensos.
Mr, Parker lioro roso to n point of ordor
that tho amendment was not in ordor, as
being in conflict with existing la w,nnd tho
point whs sustained by the rnairman,
Mr. Albright olVerod a similar amend
ment which was also ruled out on a like
point of order.
An appeal from tho decision of tho
speaker was takoti, but tbo decision was
sustained by n voto of 12'J to 20.
Mr. Smith then moved to roduco tlio
amount to : 20.000,and sent a statement to
tho clerk's desk from tho socrotnry of tho
treasury, showing that tlio amount ot
mileage paid to mombors of tho 4'W
Congress was S190,038, and tho amount
paid at tho 11 rst tostlon, when only actual
travelling expenses woro allowod, was
only 23,'17G. Thoro was nn spportunlty
ror tho rorormers loeavoIGl),OUt ror Con
cross in ft sincl litem.
Mr. Smith'u amendment was rejected.
CI to 91.
Tho discussion, which had beon vory
noisy and excited, hero closod, nnd tho
commlttoo thon procoodod to voto on
Niblock's amendmont which was rejected
G8 to 09.
Mr. Hoiman suggested, as a menus or
poace, nn amondmont repealing the law
allowing miloago, but a point or order
was raisod by Mr. Parkor of Mlssour
and tho amendmont was not rocoivod.
Tho committco then roso, aftor having
cot throuch with only two paces of tho
bill, and tho houso adjourned.
Pittbiilt.o, March 19. Hivor
feet G inches.
Vicicsnuno. March 19. Up Thomp
son Dean, H C J.oo, Sto Gonovlovo and
Paragon. W earner warm ana ciouuy.
New Orleans, March 19. Arrived
Paulino Carroll, St. Louis. Departed-
John Howard, Arkansas rivor. Wcatlior
cloudy and warm.
Nashville, March 1!). Itivor rising
rapidly wiui 1 1 loot 'l ineiios on slioi.ls.
Weather ulotidy find pleasanl. Departod
shipper s Own, ujpor i.'umborlaiul.
Cincinnati, March 19. Itivor 16 foot
and foiling. Arrived Audos, Wheoling;
Kitlio lligler, Arkansas river. Dnparlod
Andy llaum, Meniphisj Exchange, Pitts
burg. KrANHvu.LK, Marnli 19 Cloudy and
coolor, mercury 6'.i to '10. Itlyor rnllon 18
inches; '21 foot by mark. I.'p IdlowilJ,
Pay otto, Uoborts, Church, Mnry Anient.
Down Nail City nnd barges, Morning
Stnr, Mlnucola. liusiness vory light.
St. liOUin, March 19 Arrived Hollo
Memphis, Northwestern, Davenport, Lake
Suporior, ICookuk, Petril, Illinois river.
Departed Clinton, Dubuque, Koto Kin
ney and W J Lewis, .Missouri rivor; Dic
tator and Josil, Illinois rivor; Kbert, Pitts
burg; Uoborts, Ohio rivor. Ulvor falling
slowly. Cloudy and cool.
MEMrnift, March 19, Itivor falling
slowly. Weather cloudy and cool, heavy
rain early this morning. Arrived
Maud, Now Orleans, Departod last
night llollo of Shroveport, St. Louis;
Lady Lee, I'od rivor. To-day Kolgour,
Cincinnati; Houston, Louisville, l,'ity of
Vicksburg, Uannock City, Whilo rivor;
Cbcstor, bt. Louis.
Louisville, March 19 Uivor stationa
ry with 8 feet C inches in tho canal, 0 root
5 inches in Indian cbuto, 4 feot 3 i.nchos
ovor tho rocks. Tho Robert .Mitchell has
abnndonod her trips to Now Orloans this
week, but will start about tho mlddlo of
next wook. Arrived Charmor, Cincinn
ati; Laura Davie, Nashville; llodmann,
Now Orleans; Esporanza, St Louis; Law
rence, Cincinnati; Exportor, Cincinnati.
Dopartod Charmor, Evansville; Laum
Davis, Cincinnati; llodmann, Cincinnati;
jCsperanzi, Pittsburg; Mossongor, Nnsh
villo; Lawronco, Nashvlllo, Tho Kxpor
tor rccelvod bore ovor 100 tons of freight.
She will go through tho canal, but will
lighten ovor tho falls to-morrow. Weath
er cloudy and cold.
Memphis, March 10. Plour dull and
unchanged at 6 D09 25. Corn moal,
3 !Q. Corn, market baro. Oats quiet
and woak at C059. Hay Arm nnd un
changed. Provisions qulot and unchang
ed. New Oiilkaxs, March 19. Pork in
domund to arrive, 1(1 60(n)10 00,-spotlC 7".
llacon good demand and pricos advanced,
"i09I(9.'. Molasses good domnnd, com
mon lermonting 42J; oontrlfugal CO; re
belled 02; prime 73. Corn moal belter
domand nt:i 70, othors unchanged. Cot
ton, demand slack, sales C,500, withirlcos
caslor towards tho closo, but not quota
bly lower, Itecoipte 5,820; exports, con
OiiicAiio, March 10. I'lour dull and
unchanged. Wheat quid and woak, No
1 spring 1 21l 2-lii'J 1 18; regular I 10;
fresh spot 1 18;1 18. Corn fair do
mond' and advanced, No 2 mixed 01.J
rogular C'JJi strictly frrsh spot OljOlf;
now No S mixed 881. Oats dull and un
changed, ltyo steady, No 'J 8587. liar
loy qulot nnd weak, No 2 1 6'.'1 04.
Pork fair demand ond advanced to I I 70
'April; 15 May. Lard 8 90 spot; 8 95
April. Hulk meats Btoady, shouldors OJ;
S it and 8CS spot. Whisky stoady
Cincinnati, March 19. Flour quiet
and stoady. Wheat quiot and Btoady at
1 45. Corn firmer at 0208. Oats steady
at 50G8. ltyo steady nt 1 03. Uarioy
dull anil nominal. Oils unthungod. Hggs
13. lluttor, choice 3810. Cheeso firm.
Pork firm; country moss 15 00; city mess
16 Lard linn; toam 8 spot, buyers'
March; kettle OfTjU. Hulk moats linn;
shouldors 6 07JtfJj)5 76; O It 7 85 spot, and
7 87 J buyors' March, ajl looso; O 11 box
od 8 25; clear scarco at 8 121820; shoul-
ders in good demaheV at G G2; O tt'&JS;
"St. fLouis, March l9.-Flour fdull,
weak and iinsnitlml.; ivwt'
toadyjsit rjaij; Tall lower, No 3Yo3
Hctlvobut llrmor, No 2 mixed C2C2
Oats llrmor but Inactive, No 3 mixed -le
104. uarioy nun and nothing doing,
live Inactive. No : mvnnl i.b .i.nn.
at IB 2Saift 70. Dry talt moats Ann,
" rii.iiiiuom oj; cioar rib 7IM8) cloar
lidos SlMHI: uluxililnrii n,.,l I.,up .11. .all.
for up tho country fij and 7j, llacon act-
vu mm iirm, jjaruuuu, round lots primo
itcam hold at o. 9?RS5 bid. U'M.l v tn.
Nr.w Ynntr, March 19 -One million
I 841 for sixty days, nad 4 87 sicht.
Gold ranged at 11 Ijffllli, and closod at
lllj. Carrying rates '2Q3 por cent.
Olcarings 521,009,000. Stato bonds dull.
Government bonds quiot and steady.
Stocks oponcd woak with ft dcclino of JfJ)
por cont; later thoro was a. slight recov
ery, but this was lost, and the luwest pri
ces of the day woro at tho close.
ii A M WIJiHON,
tlllD S "
hoat er,ro:K,:H2G3 I
a n o a h n i h k
l H 0 V I U I M N B KTO.
No. 1 1 0
IlV.Xt, EHTATK AHSUIUV.
O. WINSTON & CO.,
RPiA.Ii ESTATE AGENTS
74 (HiiooNii n.ooit) onio Lavim,
Huy anp Bill IUai, Khtaii,
FUUNISU AUSTBAOTS OK TITLli
MIM1KM.AW KIH1H .
KENV L1VEKY TAJ,E,
.MILLS W PAHKEit, Propilolor.
Ttiilli Htrett, lictwecn Walnut and Wntili
ll.'ilriL'iuircha).edtlio entire .-took. Htnble
llornes, rarrliigo), Illlggics, etc., ot Dr.
Field, and added cevcrulnotv "lurnnilLV
Jlr. Parker now indtes all bis frlcinlK. oli
..in. iiv.v, ill ,iii.,.i ..M'liv ..uirvn. .u,iit,u
or 8inglo CairbKcs, or unytblug else In his
n... I ....... I.. '-.... U...I.II.. lk....l.t..
i in-, in kim! nun acau. hi rj.iiu
K. SMYTH dc CO.,
L I Q U" O R
ito. co oitio xanvrruE
iia i no. ii,iiiauis.
(J. W. WIIKKLKH,
WOOD AKU COAL
OVFWK AND YAM) :
Tenth Street, between Washington and
A largo supply or Pittsburg and Ulg
Muddy coal constantly on hand, Stoe
wood pawed to ordor. Orders for ccal or
wood should bo left at the nllico on Tenth
threet. Terms, cash on delivery.
Caiko Jox and Basket Co.
LUMKEIt OF AWL KINDS
IIAHII AMI NO FT.
Ivcop constantly on hand
Fr.ooniNd anii SmiKo, also Lath.
MILL AN11 YAIIIJ COUNICK T1IIRTV-FOURTII
HTKKKT ANII OHIO LXYKK.
UAIltO, - ILLINOIS. 30-7
1J. E. PARKBK,
(Successor to Parkor iVJItlako,)
PAINTS AND OILS
w.r:rrx)0-w oi, A.eira
sail lUo celobrsliMi illumlsatln
DUOFH'LUir.DIHO OOB llTH-BT. COM
Caiuo - . Illinois
)K. W. ULAUW
luders Illrrk(upsta irs) rdiitr Ml Stro
and "WaslilnBton Avonuo.
gold was awarded to-day at lit 1-81
111 1-H1. Treasury dlscursomonls wero
S87.O0C. Custom rocolpts $13(1,000. Money
closod at per cent. Storlinir dull at
WOOD RITTENHOUSB A BRO
Wan oral Com mission Merohants
(Hi till 1st I.RVIB
O. (JliOSE, " 'iU
0ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And deler In
LlUK, OSMBMT, PlABTHB, UlU, .
Nn Ohio; I.vi,
sari will nail In car load lota at .manufa
torera' ptlces, auuina ireigns. e--u
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Comtsiwiion
prepared to forward all kliiils of freight
to an iomv.
Ilimlne as nltonilad to prouipllr.
""C'OPFJSY, HATUUSON & CO.,
(Successors to D. llurd A Son,)
rMl,HAIM AN HAT.
No 03 Ohio Iievoe, CAIKO, ILLS.
O. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
o. 7(1 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS
BSTftpcclal attention given to connlKn
tneiim ami lining orders. 11-2 tl .
STltATTON & BIRD,
Agents American Powder I ompanv
No. HI Ohio Lovoc,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. '
N. II. ThlKtleWood. 1. J.ThlsUWOod
THISTLKWOOJ) k CO.,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS HAY. ETC
Mo. 78 OHIO I.KVHK.
1'K T K It O U H L,
No. NO OHIO IJP.VBK.
3-20 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS
JOHN B. FHLLI8 ft BON,
(Huooori to Joba B. Phllltn,)
DKALBB8 IN HAY, 0OBN, OATfl
Flour, Moal, Bran, 4c.,
AGKNTS KOlt LAPLIN AND RAND
Cob. Tkntii Htrkit astd Onio Livxi
t. i). siATiiusb. x. o. unL
MATHUSS & UIIL
I' - IP 1
0 O M M I S S I O N M E It Oil AN TS
DKAI.EU8 IN '
IIA'V AND WESTRN PRODUCE.
OHIO I.EVIE. .
M1LLKH & PAKKMR,
DKALKHB IN FLOUR, OOBN
Oats, Hay, otc,
A.UKNTB o PAIBBANK'8 HOA a
Ohio Levee, CAIKO, lLUNOlfl.