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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 21,1874.
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RMutlBk uintlrr oil rvriy pnice
Tin president hat nominated nnd tho
Bale bti confirmed Miss Ada V. Sweot
pension agent at Chicago.
Tut bill In relation to tho exclusion of
colortd children from tbo public tcbools
of Illinois, has psssod tho state cnato.
The penalty attached to tho otTenso of ox
eluding from tho public schools, on nccount
of color, any child entitled to the benollts
of tbe schools, Is a lino not less thnn fl vo
dollars nor moro than ono hundred for
Tue ladies of Springfield havo gono in
to the temperance crtisado with enthusi
asm The war is conducted on tho latno
clan that it Las been in othor places, nnd
tlon to keep it up until they buvo nccom.
plished their object, On tho nluoteentb,
all the druggists in tho city, oxcopt two,
bad agreed to sell liquor in the futuro
only for medicinal or sacramental pur
Tar. Bt. Louis 'Olobo' thinks "Sonator
Sherman is an honest man and cxompla.'y
public servant, but ho has suffered much
from tbe misdoing! of his near rotations."
The 'Globe' proceeds to rolato tomo of
theso unfortunato misdoings as follows:
"A tew yo&rs ago his brother, tho Unl
ttd States iudco for tho northern dis
trict of Ohio, openly tradod with Now
York brokers on tho infiuonco ho pre
tendod to b&vo ovor tho senator's con
duct as chairman of tbo finance commit
tee. This led to an investigation which
rosultod in tho resignation of tho judgo
And now an old wnr scandal is
revived showing u conspiracy bctwoen
tbo senator's brotbor-in-law, Cant. Moul-
ton, and others of high estate, to swindle
tbe government out of largo sums on
army contracts. Moulton was quarter
muter at thetiine.&nd be was In tho habit
ot acting In collusion with capitalists nnd
peculators to bull nnd boar tho markols
to the disadvantage of tho government,"
mni thon tho 'Clobo' prococds to
poll lis imrouuuiory conipiuiiuub
t tho Sanator by saying ''Mr.
Sherman, has laid himself liablo to
the charge of being to caroful of bis fnm
ily rolations In his public caroer. Ho has
pulled too .niany of thorn through at
Washington, and scvornl of them have
been guilty of what may bo politoly
T1IK iilOGKAl'IJIES UK
s i JUSTlOii Oil ASK.
y II IKK
Tho Now York 'Hcral i or tlio sixteenth
Inst, contains an clttboralo criticism of tlio
two lives of Salmon 1. Chase, now in
press and shortly to bo published, ono by
Judgo H. It. Wardon, of Cincinnati, and
the othor by J. IV. Schuckori, of .Now
York city. Tho llret is published by AVil
slach, Moore & Co., of Cincinnati, the
latter by tho Appletous, Now York. Of
Judgo Warden's book, tho ' llorald' critic
AVo havo before u tho introductory
chapters to Judgo AVarden'n biography,
and wo may be pardoned for sa nig m tlio
outset that anyl&ing worsu in iho way of
Kngllih computillou lias novor boon writ
US. Tho stylo is gawky uud obscure.
Tbo imagery n alucrtaut, but it has tho
same relation lo literary art that tho Car
diff giant bears lo l'hidian sculpture.
Judgo Warden iimtf.koa a liberal uso of
the dictionary lor llio splendors or diction,
and bo prefers tbo aunllowors to llio Dow
ers of rhetoric. Uo ran nolllior jiKiut
portrait with dislincliics of outiino nor
state a fact with clearness of oxpressiou.
And yet ho bints thttt this work has been
undertaken under a " special law of com
position," by which hU own languugo is
to blend harmoniously wlih that ot the
late Chief Justice, v.-horeunoti hu hrnnWH
out into this apostrophe lo his own cttnlus
ougagod In lis lofty undertaking; "So
may this work avail itself of superior
style and diction, and e nay tho reader
aoon begin to see, as in u faithful clots, tho
man wnoso vory pnysiognomy, as woll as
bis distinctive traits and tondoncies, those
pages naturally wish lo make familiar,
jusl'ai soon as may bv, to perusers of their
revelations." Perusers of their revolu
tions, will, wo fear, Und nothing In Judge
Warden's pages moro astonishing than
this promise, and few persons, wo tuipcrt,
will look for tbe "faithful glais"' in which
alone tbey can see Judgo Chum's titv
physiognomy, as woll us his dlttlnctlve
traits and tendencies." A man who could
write a paragraph at onco no feeblo and
o pretentious should bo content with his
achievement and dio before completing
his work; but Judgo Warden, wo fear,
will live to seo tho full elfucts of his trav
esty upon tbo life of a great man,
a ti o
m - - - - "
TDK OOSIIP ABOUT THE CIIASK VAMILV.
". Titer la good reason for believing ikat
r Judge 'Warden's book will contain u great
deal of komIp about tho Chase lamllv.
Those who wero near onough to tho Chief
Justice te oecomo familiar with tho con
teats of hit diaries know they were largo
ly.concerned with family mutton. They
conuM many tnings wnicn ougnt never
tokaveben written and which ought
never be told. Mostly dlarlos givo bul a
taunajcta vision 01 a man i mo ana sur
roundings. The diaries of Chief Justice
Chase were, we bolieve, no excoplion to
tbiirulo. They wero not intended for
publication, and could bo nt most only a
maids for bu biographer. It will rcmilru
elflicat hand to sift all this matter, that
thaWwory ef tbe Chief Justico may not
iaffer fcy hasty Judgomonts rocordod f jr
Bo're bul'hle own. Homo thing that ho
wreietnlUiaM books, as bis diilercnces
with Mr. Lincoln on tho emancipation
pr4clamatioa,aro likely lo provoko n groat
deal of discussion. But outsido of his
pesaonal dJarios "Mr. Chase wroto much
that' would havo the tamo ell'oct. Uo
kept.'ror lifstance, full notes of tbo con
vertatloni bad with him by public men,
during hU lorvlco in tlio treasury. Tbeao
memoranda toll many strango stories. It
Is not tlio purposo, wo bcl'ovo, to ptlnt
tlicm, Air. rVliucker, In whoso posaussipn
tbey nro, only using them to gulda Mm
In bis work. Their eubstanco Is in tlio bl
cpfraphy, wherein tbey llluitratu Mr.
Chasn's views, but Trood from tlio oiplo
tlvo forco that Judipt Warden promisei
from tho diaries; for It is well understood
thai lio is to publish thorn, nnd his friends
hnvonlrendy tnkon ptonsuru in Informing
lliu world tnat many things which Air.
Cham said of liimsolf Mid his family will
nrovo very distasteful to his daui'htor.
Mrs. tionntor Hprnp;uo Is to bo mortiuod
by llio rovolation that Mr. Chaso lovod
his llrsl wiro better than mt: Bprnguoa
mothor, nnd other tmvrtlllcatioiis equally
unnoewsarv aro in store for tliotUughters
of tho doad jurist.
Of "Mr. Hehuckurs anil tils work-," tlo
'Horald' critic says :
Jn romarknblo contrail to tho purl of
Judgo Warden's book which wo havo
oeii is tho "l.lfo or Chase," now in pro
pnrntlon and nearly ready tor pnbllen
lion, by .1. W. Brhttckors. Mr. Scbuckors
cntorod Mr. t'hsso's scrviro as prlvato
ecorotnry. in tho year IhOI. Hcbuckers
had proviously boou a writer on tbe news
papers, serving for a considerable! tiinu on
tlio Cleveland 'Leader' and othor journals.
When ho entered Chiso's eorvico it was
to beeoiuo tho Hclmlrnr nnd lifelonjj friend
of his chlof. All through tho war Shuck
ors was at Chase's sldo. After tho locru
tary bocamo chief Justice, ovory net of tbo
great jurist nnd hU ussocUlos was aa fa
miliar toHchurkors as if htt bad been tho
Judge's othor solf. A thorough acquaint-
unco Willi evory trail oi -nr. vnaso a cnur
actor was tho result of tbeso twelva year's
inlorcourio. In tho last chapter of bis
book Mr. Scliuckers givoa us sumo insight
into this knowlodgo, showing u, by tho
Incidents ho recalls, what wo mi Know,
that Mr. Ulinia was u very reuiarKHuio
mnn. uoi,i0 ,.nj lovable, with eomo strlk
Inir foibles and wonknosscs natrons char
W not tobo too closely ,cr.t toUrf,
nathnticallv. Schucfcors ovidontly loved
Chaso with" tho dovotlon of a weaker for a
atrongor naturo, and ho npproache? his
task from nn opposito stanapoint in evnry
wnv from that ol Juuco waraon. ins
nicturois n portrait in outline often nwk
wnnl. but nlwavs suueostivo nnd never
unfaithful, while Judgo Wnrdon's is
u daub, rich in color, but Inartistic and
untruo to tho original, iiotn mograpnors
co over urotty mucn llio samo grouna,
lmt nolthor has written a really great
'l.lfo of Chaso" tho ono because his
work Is almost colorless, and tho othor be
came ho attomntcd to paint in fresco, but
produced only u lavorn Bign.
ON TUE CUBIlESCYtiUESTION.
In his nolo to Judco Warden ncknowl
odirlnL- tho birthday lottor. Chief Justico
Chaso said it was tho will of Dlvino l'rov-
idonco to mnko him instrumontal in tho
nromolion' of two meat roiorms. both po
mica : ono social, mo oiner iinuuuini
Wardon gives prccedonco "in point of
glory us In timo " to tho work uouo in pro
motion ol social roiorm, dui nopes 10 -uis-plny
a duo appreciation of tho work dono
in promoting a roal or supposed financial
roiorm." in buueuors- uook mo nuanciui
nuostion Is tbo basis of tlio roally romark
ablo cnaptors. vo navo noining in nior
aturo moro marked man nis uiiiory o
Mr. Chase's financial policy, aud especial
ly of his action regarding tho legal tondor
ueucs. Tucro is absolutely no unaorcur
rent in tho narratlvo nothing but a plai
statomout of fnuts and ovqnts in cm
logical oruer, torn wiin a simplicity
bailies tho partisan and disappoints tho
conoral reador, becauso so much is reveal
ed while so little apparontly has boen nar
rated, llio iniorcsi mat must no reii in
these cbnptors, slight as tbey aro, cannot
Tali thort ofagonuino soniation, noth
ing in tho invectivo of tho democratic
loaders against tho national adminlitra
lion; nothing in Mr. Dawes' groat speech,
oxposing tho bankrupt condition of tbo
troasury; nothing that has been said, cither
lor or against rosumpuon, loucues bo com
pletely tho coro of thodlseaeo. This is not
owing in tho slightost degree to Mr.
Scbuckors' viowa of .tho financial question,
for Mr. Scbuckors has no vlows of his own
to express. Tho cll'ort is In tho narrative;
but it leaves the narrative out of the dis
cussion, becauso Mr. Schuckers' story Is as
colorless as water. Out of this colorless
narrative apparently so harmless, but
possoiSOd of tho oxplosiro forco of parlor
artlliory, two great facts aro tMuclblo
tho complete justlllcatlon of Mr. Chaso,
both us a Uuaticior and a jurist, and tho
thorough condemnation of tils auccessors
In tho troasury and on tho bench. A stig
ma is nut upon lion, drain's administra
tion which no ndmlnstrutlon ought to sur
vive. Wo tlnd Mr. Chaso in tbo begin
ning of tlio war tho consistent too of
ovory bystom ol irroaoomaiiio niianco.
Uo PoiiovoJ Uioii,anu continued to uoiiovo
till tins day of ids death, that it was possi
ble to carry on u groat war upon tt hard
money bnsitt. The logal tondor act was
obnoxious to him wliou It was proposed,
when It was passed, and when it was vig
orously carried into execution, lio
accepted ii just us no accepted null nun
and Dig lluihel und the llrst day's light
at l'lltsiiurg Landing, it was to mm like
pouring out human life as a sacrlllco In
tho Wtldorncss, ul Spottsylvania, upon
Coal Harbor and so around to 1'otorsburg,
that Appomattox might bo gainod at last.
It was liko marching from Atlanta to tho
eca. llut whou peace camo ho would no
more continue it than bo would havo
fought Uraut's nnd Sherman's battlos ovor
again. War measures had ceased with tho
war. So from Ills high place as tho Chief
justico ot the court ol lust resort in tho
land, ho solomnly decreed that tho Local
TunJer act was unconstitutional. It was a
noble Judgomunt, and Iho ono upon which
his fame will rost, Tho subsenuont pack
ing or tho court, tho pitiful occasion sol.
cd upon for tho rovoml of that decision,
the pitiful conferoncc3 and ordorj, now
told, and ingoniously told for tho llrst
tlmoln Mr. Schuckors naratlve. bv which
it wasaceomplWbed, bavo becomo history.
Taken in connection with tho legislation
of congress and tho administration of tlio
treasury by Mr. Uoutwolt and his succos
(or, it is history, unfortunately, which dis
graces tho government in its throo co-or-dinato
branchoi, and dishonors tho Amer
UOW TDK NUTOKIOUS YOUNGKH
HHOTllKHS DKI'KNl) TI1KM
SKIiVKS TWO DETKCT1VK3
OKK CJU1DK AND ONE DKS
Spcciul to Iho St. l.ouU Itt'inibllciin.
Ari'LETOi; City, St. Clair Co., Mo . 1
March 10, 1871.
HUIIT WITH JJKSl'EltAPOEa.
A mcsjongcr has Juitcomo In for Judgo
T. Younger, cousin to John und James
Youngor, to attend tho funeral of John,
who was killed lu a light with detectives
near Monegaw Springs, on Tuosday ovo
nlng. Tbo messenger btato that throo
detectlvos, belonging to 1'iukorton'a fa
mous Chicago force, mot tho two Young
ers noar Monogaw Springs and attempted
to arrest thcm.whon tbo Younger brothors,
who woro fully propard and dotormined
not to be entrapped, instantly drew their
revolvers and tho firing commenced. Tho
daring bandits proved too much for their
would-bo captors. Tlio first shot killed
oneof the detectives. John Younger was
next to fall, and Immediately aftorwnrds
Jim succeeded In unhorsing another of tho
dotoctivei. It is said thai nt lh!i juncture
the third tletectlvo Hid to the Voods, and
has not been heard of sinco. Tboro is no
doubt that John Yjungor and two of tho
detectives worn killed. Parties ielt Ap
plcton City at 4:30 p m. yestorday to learn
AI'W.ktox City, March W. -VJ M.
Only two of tbo parlies who went out
to MoncgrikW Springs havo returned to
tho city. Thoy ttato that tho detectivo is
wounded with three bullet wounds nnd
no cbari'o of buck-shot. A guldo named
Donovan was klllod. John Youncor is
killed and it is lioliovod that his brother is
wounded Tlio detectivo who Hod to tho
woods has nut boen heard from. There
wero 11 vo of tbo Younger party it is said.
KHOll ANoTUF.Il COIinKcrONUKNT.
Additional tolci'rnmt from the sceno oi
.MonegawSprings all'ray statn that threo
loiecuves wero killed ouiricnt, in tno
attempt to capture tho younger brothers.
l lio nnmo oi ono ot tho attacking parly
killo.l Is Kdwin II. lUnic1s,a former deputy
herill of tit. uiair county, or which ho
whs long n reeideiit. Tlio names of the
iteclivus killod arn meroly surmuod by
tbo gentleman receiving iho tolcgrams,
ml aro williliolil until moro direct tnior-
nation In received. Tbo noarcst
telegraph station to tho scene
ot tbo tragody ' At Appleton
City, over twenty miles distant, which
fact will nccount for tho dolay In torward
lug authentic nnd full particulars. Dan
iels, it la believed, was nt Holla at the
timo of tho Gad's Hill robbery, und
probably furnished information which
led tho detectives in puriilll oi t ie
Youni'tr brotbors. John Youngor, tho
only ono of tbo brigands killed, was bur
led yesterday, a messenger paving been
sent tho day before to T, J. Younger, ono
ot tlio judges ot Nt. Clair county, and a
cousin of tho murdered man, requesting
It 1 m to attend tho funeral. There
i four brothers nT tbo lounger
boys, who havo made thoir head
quarters In tho vicinity or
Monegaw Springs sinco iBGO.onu navo ox
orcl?ed a sort oT terrorism over tho peo
plo of the region, und though thoir dcs
porato charactor wns woll-known, thoy
woro shielded trom arrest ny an inuispo
tlon and a dread among their neighbors to
inform against them, llio worst ono ot
tho gang is Colo Youngor, who formorly
hailed trom lndcponuonco, .lackson coun
tv. Thoso who profess tobo best acquaint
cd witn them, dtsboiiovo mat tney wero
concornod In tho town train rouuory
Monogaw Springy tho hcadquartora of tho
desporadoes, aro located in a mountainous
country, noavuy wooueu, ana aro eomo-
what secluded, although but uvo or six
miles from Osceola.
UNCI LAND AND TUB VIRGIN
COAL MINERS GET Ul' A RIOT
AT MINONK, IJiLINOJS.
THE UALD MOUNTALVS ERUP
NEWS FROM ALli QUARTEltS,
AVahiiinutoN. March 20. Judco Noah
Davis was again liotoro tho corumittoo on
ways and meuna this morning nnd con
tinued tho statement of his connection
with tbo moloty rase, end particularly tho
I'holps, Dodge it Co. case, lio gave it us
his opinion that tho nolzuro of the books
mid papers was obnoxloiiB to tho constitu
tional provision which secures citizens
of tho United States from unrouBonabio
search and solzurus, nnd that tho statuo
should bo ropoalod. At his iutorviftw in
thn cuslnin-houso with tlio custom. homo
ollicors oi tho District in relation to tho
compromlso proceedings in tlio l'liolps,
Uodgn v Uo. case, tho judgo said Senator
Conklini' was present, but ho boliovod it
was by accidont,und that his prosenco had
no reloronco to tlio case. Using pro9esod,
bowovor, to toll substantially what oc
curred, ho said Senator Conkllng took the
statuo in his hands and read It, and gavo
ii as ni opiuiou, mui poyonu nil doubl
tho wholo invoice was torfoitod. and ro-
commonded that in tbo i'helps aftd DoJiro
cuso suit for tho fnrfoituro of tho ontlro
invoices shonld bo directed,
At tho meoting of tho District investi
gating commltUo to-day, iho District au
thorities tl lo J a written answer to tho
charges of tho memorialists, denying each
and ovory allegation oi lraud, conspiracy
or confrerution with John U. Evans and
othor parties named by tbo memorialists.
ino president lias nominated David
Ueed for United States attornoy for tho
wostorn district of Pennsylvania.
New Youk, March 'JO. Tho laborers
employed by tho Erlo railroad company
at inoir oasiern and western bound freight
dopots on long dock, Jersoy City, having
struck lor an advoncolrom 17J to 'Jo conts
per nour. ah work is suspendod and
Irolght is rast accumulating, nnd ir tho la
borers nro succossrul, thu amount to bo
added to tlio pay rolls will bo $170 a day.
Tho company's laborers on tho Now York
Central aro Joining In the striko.
Tbo Now York Contral, Pennsylvania
Contral, and Erlo railway companies hnvo
advancod tho prices of tickets to all west
ern points, and old rates again rulo, Tlio
llaltlmoro and Ohio road did not enter
tho convention. It is understood thoro
will soon bo on Increoso In western frolght
rates by nil tbo lines.
Mahay, who was indicted for forging
lottors to tho Now York Kxclmngo, has
boon bailed in $10,000.
J ho Kingston (Jamaica) 'Gloanor' of
March 7th soys: " in accordance with
instructions rocolvcd from hor mujosty's
government, inquiry will shortly bo made
in respoct to tho lirltlsli subjects captured
on board tho stoamor Virginius and shot
oy oruor oi uonerni iiurrlol."
KNOXVII.LK, March 20. Kor tho last
twonty days tho croatett oxeltomonl liua
prevailed in tho vicinity of 1UM Moun-
tain in consequonco oi cubtoranoan con
vulsions, Tho poople for miles around m
somblod in vacant houses und ongaged in
devotional uxorclsos for sixteen davs and
night, undor ministration of Itev, George
and Hilly Logan, Uaptlit preachers, and
J. M. Lamly, a Methodist ministor.
About ono hundred inude profession of re
ligion, -ino closing scones or tho meeting
tru iu(iici;iHta us iiiosi peculiar ana won
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin!
Tho Carllsts captured an outlying fort
at Uilboa, and took forty men, belonging
to the garrison, prisoners,
meiiioi mo city continues.
Omaha, March 20. An old lady
named Mayors,whnso mind was impaired.
ion irom tbo iruln nn Union racino road
last night near Mubuyler, and was instant
ly killed. Tho body was boiribly man
Tlio bridge oyer (,oup l-'ork is fully ro-
paired and trains nro on timo to-day.
l.i rtl.K Hock, March i!0. Tho unlen
printer in tho 'da-otto' olllco strurk to
day becauso tli proprietor would not de
cline to do tbo proM work on forms com
posed in anoinor ntiico by non-union print
ers, tho work being transient Job work.
Tho 'Gazette' oilers to pay tlio printers
tho union senlo of prices, but declines to
tio bound longer by union regulations or
London, March 20. A steamer from
the Gold coast, Oen. Wolsey on board,
I NUN HATED.
Tho Mtiturs of llio Thames roso raniJlv
to-day and ovirtlowed its banks, lluod-
ng this city, tbo adlacont streets und
ware-houses, l'utney was InundHthed.
Tho reports of tbo daily 'News' statini:
mat tno i-cni&n convicts win toon bo
released is goucrally discredited.
1'iTT.iiiUEO, March i!0. An linmonso
mass mcoling in favor ot tho touiperanco
cause was bold in llio ! irit I'resbylcrlau
Church to-nicht. Tho proccodines woro
conducted by tno iauio3. Addroises woro
delivered byeovoral ladles and gontlemon,
and It was resolved not to patronize gro
eery stores where liquor was sold, and tho
question of vititing me saloons was urged
upon tlio women. Anothor mooting will
bo noid Tiiursuny noxt in AUechonv uitv,
Meantime tno union win again moot nnd
mnko further arrangements for Iho cam
Wilmington, ', C,
WlI.UINdTON, March ?.0. Tlio follow
ing telegram from Marlon, county seat of
McDowell county, in which llald Moun
tain is locatod, is the latest und most roll
ublo information yet received bore. Ilald
Mountain, in tho southwestern pert of
McDowoll county, was shaken a few days
since by n volcanic convulsion, and some
of tho inhabitants becamo much alarrood
Uowovor, ono of the oldest citl
zons says that thn shock was not severer
than it was in 181'.'. We bavo no reliable
information of the emission olllior of flro or
Lakayette. March 20. In tho circuit
court to-day Judgo Windon decided tbo
groat railroad caso in layor ot tun uetcna
ants, sustaining tho lonso of tho west end
of tho J.afBvotlo. JIiiiicio and lllooming-
ton railroad iu ilin Toledo, " abash and
Western railroad company. An nppcul
will undoubtedly bo taicon to tho supromo
Tho Moorohouso mystery remains un
solved. Parties havo been dragging tho
river all day without llnding tho body. A
lnrgo party will bo organized to-dny to
scour tbo woods near whoro the suppoeod
murder was committod.
Coi.tr.Mnus, March 20. Tho crmadors
observed about tbo usual programmo to
day, oxcopt that this afternoon ono hun
dred and twenty-lb row ladies formed in
procession at the FirH l'rcsbylorian
Church and marchod to tho Stato'lloupo,
taking possession of the rotunda for Hour
ly an hour, singing aud praying,
of mombors of tno Goneral Assembly und
nil thn attaches of tho State Houso left
thoir places or businoss, and with many
spectators fanned a circle about tho pray
ing hand. As the ladios knelt in prayer all
but n few of tho hots of tho spectators
woro removed and porfvet quiet was ob
served. At tho close of tho mooting tho
procession marchod back to tho church by
thn way of High street, singing ns they
walked. Ono saloon-keeper in llio North
ond sold out to-day to man who was pray
ed out of London by tbo crusaders. Thay
propoiu showering prners upon him un
til ho surrenders.
CiituAcio. March 'JO. A number of
coal miners at Minonk, Woodford county,
Illinois, recently formed a miner's union,
and yestorday tho proprietors of tho
mines discharged all tho members of the
unlonund tilled thoir places with Nor
wegoau minors. Tho discharged miners
gathored at she shaft and endeavored by
throats and persuasion to provont tlio
now bunds from frolng to work, but wore
unsuccessful, and wore finally sont oil' or
Last evonlng tho wlvos or tho discharg
ed minors gathered in tho vicinity or tho
shaft ana assailed tlio now mon with
oggs, oinor mitstdts and tho rahblo
finally roacneu inn dimontions oi a riot,
which, thu town authorities being unablo
was tolographed to for military aid, who
dispatched Adjutant Genornl Higglne,
with a quantity of arms to tho scone of
tho trouble, and tolegraphcd to tho shoriff
to aid in suppressing tho disturbances.
To-day a number of iho rioters woro ar
rested and nt last advices woro being
tried before tho justico of tbo poico. There
appours to bo great oxcitomont in Minonk,
but so far tboro is no nccount of sorlous
damagoto any ono.
Wasuinoton, March 'JO For tho
Northwost and upper lakos and thenco to
lower Missouri valley, falling tompora
turo and rising baromotor, northwesiorly
to southorly winds and increasing. cloudl
ness. For Ohio vnlloy, northeasterly nnd
northwostorly winds, railing teinporaturo
and cloudy weather.
For Gulf states northwesiorly winds,
failing touiporamro and cloudy weathor
with occasional rain,
For lowor lakes, falling baromoter,
rising temporaturo, southwesterly winds
and cloudy wontkor.
For Middle states and Now England,
northwesterly to northeasterly winds, ris
ing baromoter, clearing andcloar weathor
with railing tomperature, reaching the
Rivers will probably rlso at Leaven
worth, Nashville, below I'ittsburg nnd at
Tekrk Haute, March 'JO. Tlie largest
tempernnco mooting of tbo season was
eld at DowllngBull to-night. About
uuu parsons wero proiotit and great zoi
was shown, A speech was mado by Mrs.
Mary E, llaggart and was mceived with
the greatest enthusiasm.
laJltis representing dill'dron
linrclic. was held at tho Congregatlona
hnrch this alteriiiioii. A rosolutlou was
passed calling upon thn women to moot
on matso nt tho Congregational church
to-worrow evening to consider tno situa
tion. Another mass mooting will bo hold
ut Howling Hall noxt Sunday night.
"TUY, THY AO A I. V."
Cl.Evr.i.ANP.March 'Jo. Notwitbstand-
ru: tlio rmlo treatinont tbey receive yes
terday, tlio ladles camo out to-day lo still
groater numbers than bofuro,to renow tho
crusado against tbo saloons on tho east
idoi. Ono band visited n number oi
aloons on Detroit street. Thoy woro un
dor thu protuction of thu police nnd wero
ol laJies nseombled ut tho Lorain Street
Church, near tho scono of yestorday's
rouble, to pray for tho puccoes of tho
movement. A largo crowd nseombled In
rout of tbo bulldiog, nnd us tho ladies
woro leaving for thoir homos thoy woro
booted and jeered at by tbo
Tlio police, assisted by a number of gen-
tlomon present, escorted tho ladles to a
place ol safety. A policeman attempted
to urresl ono of u crowd of rouiths, nnd
tlnht was sturted in which tho
pollen wore obliced to uso their
clubs, -which tbey did with good etlcct
inuking several arrests, ino streets wero
crowded with excited Oormnns, and a riot
was at ono timo imminout.but tho arrival
or rcinrorcemonts from police hoadquar
tars put mattors in a bettor inapo. imr
im; tho excitement tho Gorman brewers
organized a proceision, composod or lagor
beer waiions loaded wltn oeor, on wnicn
sat a largo number or men drinking beer
as they marched througn llio siroois.
Olllco ol Observation. Slirnnl Service 0. 3
army. Daily report oi ino mage oi water,
wiiu mo cuangcK lor me -i nours cniiing
; o'ciock p. m., .Murcu w, isi-i.
I Above Changes.
STATIONS. water, ltlnc.1 Kail.
Cairo :;n u.i o ai o
St. LouIh iri o1 ft ol o
rut.-burg in s 3 oi n
Cincinnati 10 ft 1 4 ol 0
Louisville rt 2,i o 0 o
Stcmphls .13 10 1 1 0!
Vlckbburg ii 4 o 2 0
Shrevcport 10 1 ! 0 10
Nashville Hi (! 1 0 Oi 0
New Orleans 0 a ; 2 4 0
Little Jlock i. , 0 1
Kvniwlllc l Q ;
Mlclow nlgli water mark.
Observer big. Her. 0. M.A
LlTTI.i: HOCK. March UO Cloudy and cool
llivcr llbiuu'l 10 feet by gsuge. in-purted H
V Dugan, .viemimis.
l'irrsnuito, March 20 Mouongaliela 10
led 0 iiiihi".; rMiig; both river KtatloiMi-y
auoo. .ici uuu iicaiii
New Oiii.kana, .March 20 Nn arrival-.
Cincinnati, March 20 Itivt-r 17 feel mid
n-iuy. Artivm-uii.mic" nodm.in, Now
uiicun. ucparicci aiiiiss, iviivvllo.
v iciisnuilii, .miiivii .0 Up i-ciiddcr,
l?t:ili. K.innlo 'r.'itiiln. 11, tun l..,.li. I....
l.lonesand low. lleniv Ames. Cool, rlondi'
.Vasiivii.i.i:, March 20. Itlcr Mill rising
with 27 feet on shoals. Weather clear and
pleaiant. Arrived Adu Hcilman, I'uducali;
llraniford, npjiiT Cumberland; John (ill
more, Harpcth hoaK Departed Ciilmorc
Mkmi-uis, March 20 Cool and clearing;
heavy rain early thin morning, llivcr fell 1 j
Inched. Arrived (jllielfstep, Cairo; Kinmit
While, ClarkhVillc, I.lttlo Itock; Mary Alice,
.St. Louis. Dopartvd ThomasSherloek.New
Orleans Mary Alice, .lohnTolle, .New Or
lliaus; Julia, St. I.ouh.
Sr. i.nuis, March 20. Arrived Comlt
Illinois river; Hello Shrevcport. Slueveiioit;
Colossi, Keokuk; Helena, Vlek.-lmrg; Allii
(iray, uppor Mifhlpii. Depaitcil Lake
Superior, Diilmqiic; Hello Memphis Mem
phi; Mollle IChert, I'lttsburg. ltlvcr falling
klowly. Weather cool.
Evansvii.i.k, March 20 Partly clear
warm wcatlier; mercury 10 to W); signs of
rain to-night. Itiver risen Ift Indict. Up
l'at ltocrN, Fayette, ltohil Is Ahhlalid uud
barge, Arkansas Hello, Mary llou-ton, Her
iiiiida, Down Mesncuger, "Lawrence, Tar
acon. Charmer, Hover and barges, Mary
Anient. Generally with good trips. Hiislnets
LouiM-ll.l.K. March 20. Klver rising
slowly with ffeet 10 indies in the canal and
two lect less In tho chute, prospect good rot
plenty of wator on tho fails by tlio.jlirit of
nevt week. Tho Kxporler lightened a por
tion of her IrelgM onto a liaigciiud descend
ded the falln. ftho recelveil hero over lftl)
tons Wcatlier clcai- und mild. Arrlvil
Andy Haiiui, Cincinnati; Mary Davuge and
barge", St Louis. Departed Audy llaum,
Mcinplils; Mary Duvagc and barges l'ltt
liiirgj Exporter, New Orleans.
-Mnni'ilis, March 20. Klour quietand un
chaiieed. Corn meal dull :i f0. Corn llk'lit
demand, holders tlrm Hdiifo; Oats quiet
uiu weak ftSc. lirnn marKol bare. I'ork
iUlet and weak 111 00 in store. Lard lirm
!iji:ijc. , IJncon In fair domand and ad
vauc.eu; siioiucis mi,ijc.
Cincinnati, March 20. Klour quiet.
AVheat steady 1 -Ift. Corn easier 0Jdi7c.
OatH Steady ftOfjiM. Hyc scarce nnd llrm 1 M
itaily dull and nominal. OH unchanged
Kggs steady IRJo closing lftje I.urd lirm,
stean We: kettle 0S!'lc; llulk moats lirm;
nhoiilders ft2r'Ic; clear rib 72; clear 8J. Ha
eon llrm: shoulder isjjv; cieiirrll HJCjOc;
clear UJ0OI. Wlil'kyilrm imc.
SkY Oulkanh, March 20. Four dull,
family 8(oA 00. Corn quid und easier UKa
7c. Oa'iw quiet 00(.i(!2. Hran, none In mar
ket dull, prime 18 00. l'ork quiet and
lirm 10 dry salt meats none in II 1st hand
llacon llrm and stock small, Oj7U'o7J(?.liKit
OJe; clear UJc; hams dull lljdflij. Uud
dull. tlcrciili&iOJc; kegti!10c. Sugar dull,
good cominoil OJe; fair ic; good fair 7Jc;
vcllow chuitled 0c. Molasses scarce, 'com
iermented tile; eentrllugal W); rebolleil 02c;
prliiio 72c, Wht-ky dull, Loulslanu U:ie;
Cincinnati 1 00. Coireo tlrm 22271. Corn
meal dull :1 70.
St. LouiH.Maielt 20 Flour dull.vcry II 1 1 lu
doing. Wheat, So 2 spring In demand, llrm
1 2l(Vi.l 2)1 bid forMurch; fall dull and low
er ; No :t red 1 U7l 30 No 'J oli'cred tit lftl
MBoiold. Corn In demand Xo 2 mixed 02 j
(iiiKlc. Oats Inactho closing weak, -No 2
mixed 481(111!). HiuleyJlat and but few
liuyors largo concessions niv nocessury to
muke sales. Hy limctlvo und unchanged
l'ork steady and llim. Dry salt moats quiet
clear sulci H'otHJ, sellers April at St. Joe
sold at 8c, Lard quiet, prime Heain sellers
April W Wlilsky stoudy, l)2c. Uucon llrm
shoulders OIc: eloar rib s i!cj clear dl(&!ijc;
country shoulder sold at OJc; clear tiileWc;
Ciita.MiO, Murch'JO Flour dull and droop
Coin dull unsettled and lower; eioslug stead
ier: No 2 mixed tresh, 601 snot; WS0J
April. Oats dull nod declined; No 2 regular
ollered at 421 snot; ltyo nulet and urn-hang-cd.
Hariey dull and nominal, l'oik lair do.
maud hut lower at 14 00 cash, 14 02, April;
II OOMay. Lard steady ut 83 cash or April,
01 May. llulk meats quiet and unchanged,
ilaeon fclcady; haiUSlO pavkcd;clcai sldei at
10 buyer .May.
ing; scarcely anything doing. houi dull,
unsettled and lower: eloslug lower nt outside
prices; Ho 1 spring! 22, No 2. 1 1,; regular,
i iulViiu v iivs i Hunt i 17): No a. i ii.
jtNKwVYoiiK, March 1!0. Monoy cloed nt
Iffil tier cent after laanlntr at it. Mtvrlliiu
8iJ lor (JO days, 4 87) right, (lold
I at Ulfai'2 . Insln at til. Crrrlni
rates 23L Ta-aMiry disburaeim-nts 4!Hi,ihmi
tJii arintfHW .ooo.ihm. State bonds quiet uud
iiuiiiiiiui. uovcniuisnt bonds m ill. (isioin
leccllitS ,'7li.(KHI. Hlnoku miPlii'il flunilv nt
and otter llrst board, then there win n fall
itignll In goiieral and the niHikrt ruled Is-
yerisn nr uiiicriicavy until a Tew iiioinenl-.
bcrore doling when ft Mlriclied and woiiml
up Mlirlng and improving ut an iidvauca ol'
trom tho lowett point.
WOOD RI'JTENIIOUHE & BRO
Geueral Oommission Merchant-.
IHfl OHIO LHVK
OENKHAI. COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Li us, Can mmt, Fiaetaa, lUia, Kto.
No Ohio, !,,
S3T1 will sell In oar load loU at
Hirers' prices, adding Irelsbt,
J. M. FUILL1FS,
Forwarding and GouimiBsioD
propsred to forward all kinds ol freight
( to all points.
IUisIiicm attended to promptly.
0. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
o. 70 Ohio Lcrcc, CAIRO, ILLS
tSTSpeclal attention given
niciils und tilling orders.
STKATTON & B1KI),
Agents American Powder '. ompanv
No. 57 Ohio Levee,
N. II. 'I lilsllewod. J. l. 'I'lilslewood
TUISTLKWOOD k CO.,
Com MI 8 MSBCUAHTl
FLOUFl, CORN, OATS HAY. ETC
No. "a OHIO LKVKK.
1K T K K 0 U II 1,,
EL OUR MERCHANT
Nt. HO WIIIU I.KVAK,
a-'-'O If. OAIKO, ILLINOIS
JOHN B. PHLLIS A SON,
(Buooaaaora to Jbhn b. Pblllii.)
DKALKK8 IN HA If, OOKN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
AUKNT8 kok laklin and kand
CoB. TKNTll STIIKKT AMD
7. I). KATI1UHO.
K U. UIU.
MATH USB A I! Ills
UA' AND WBSTRN PKODUOE.
MILLKH A FAKKKK,
DEALEBB IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AQBNTfl f ob VAIBBANK'S 80ALKS
Ohio htyf, CAIUO, ILMNOIB.
Jiuo Lkkvc Cairo, Irxixoi
ai. wmwAtm ashic.
0. WIHBTON 00.,
RkiKL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (eauomr fLOOl) OHIO iitii,
Bot and Bill Rial Ktat(
rUHMlUU AJWTMAOTU OF T1TL1
K. SMYTH k CO.,
asro. eo ohio ibqvjehi
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
MILLS W PARKER, Proprietor.
Tenth Street, between Walnut and Wash
ington. lla Ing purchased the entire stock, StaMe,
Uontus, Carrlager, Uugglea, etc., ol Dr.
Field, and added severalnew "turnonU,"
Sir. 1'arker now Invite all Ids friends, old
und now, In wantot Haddle Horses. Double
or Single Carriages, or auythlng ait In till
Inc. to give liliu ncall. 111 la-lm
0. W. WHKKLKR,
WOOD AN D COAL
OFFICE AUD YARD:
Tenth Street, between Washington and
A largo supply of Pittsburg and Wg
Muddy coal constantly on bind, Htova
wood sawed to order. Order for ceal or
wood shquld bo left at the offtcs on Tanth
Urect. Terms, cah on delivery.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
II A Kl ANI dorr.
Keep constantly on faanu
Fi.ooiiiNo and SiiiiNo, aijso Lath.
UII.l. ANDYAHn COBNIR THIRTT-ronaTU
hthkkt amli ouio i. avaa.
UAIKO, - ILI.INOIH. 30-7
Jnbn Q. liar man. cbai. Turupp
JOHN y. HAHMAN A CO.,
NOTA HIES PDBL
And Land Agouti of tha liliaoli Cent
and Uurllnton and MUMurlKallroad com
ortts Our. ol (MM Bt. sua Uih
! Cairo, Ilumah.
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker Afloat,)
paints and: oils
Aad tt otlabratoa lllnsalaaWa
vBOBfl'fctnxomo, ooi, lln-n. mm
WAGCN MAN D FACTOR f
For Sale t WboletwU or Rotoll
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