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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1874.
sflMl rprof the Oily unit Comity
JOHHB.OBKBLY. KJItor and robllther
rwnu or tmdailv hdllctin
Ouimk,tr oarrtor...... "
OaaTMrby oMthr, la advance 10 00
Om tmt by CMTl If BOt paid In
KlTMIM .. "J"
TMM9 Of vrZlKLT BULLSTIlr.
om rur ti oo
six Months "6
Tre Month W
Invariably In advance
SasMUag Matter oh every page.
inorka.se in the expenses of
The factt aubjoinod aro taken from tlio
Nw York 'Tribune' from tbo recent
tpeoch on tbo finances of lion. Kills II.
Kobtrtt. They woro prepared to show
that on tho wholo tho nggrcgnto ex
pcDiet of the government havo not
bn incroaiicc very much in tho last
few year. lly separating tbo oxpon
dlturti into two clatsos, howovor, tbo
Tribune' makes Air. Koberts' figures
Ult an unexpected nnd very different
atory. That is to soy, consider separately
tho clan of expenditures which, of nccet
aity and without tbo nid of congress, aro
constantly decreasing, nnd tbnt second
class over which congress has ontiro con
trol, and wo havo tbo tubloinod result.
The tables aro an ofilcial and comparative
statement of the expenditures of tho gov-
eminent for the period of six months
nded Dec. 31, 1871, 1872 nnd 1873 :
Claw 1. Expenditures subject to Legislative
1S7I. 1872. 1S7S.
Civil ami tnltttl.
Unnus , SJ9.S10.H2 tM.79l.IW a7,SSUnt
Vt IXprtmttt 19,IT",6.M iil.lCt.l'.H a.-..HI,43i
Ssry DtMitm'l 12.tSrt,t7 13,or,D,U lP,;3.'.,Citt
LidiiM , 4,GtSS 4,M)1,4KI 4,410,314
Totl 1M.1'S4,112174 8.C,733tM,inW,0U
ciast n. r.xncimuurcs not rcuuciuio oy
Actot Congress without n violation of tho
1871. 1872. 187H.
t'enilera K.tM.OAt H312.4M lf.,4.15,472
Interest! C6,VI,i.TJ M.IW.Wi W,W1,JU
bonds 4,U0,7M 3,57S,3S'.i 1 ,3-'5,07.4
ToUl ....0,aO,174 70,VIK,Ci l.7,M,817
1871. 1872. 1873,
CUt 1- 6M,m 7.2il,7i'J (i:,ir.M,0t
CtMi It, S0,HW,174 74,249,0'J4 C7,t'J3,U7
Tool.- .. HC.llt.M 14f,076,3 IM.CO.il
It is thus seen thnt tho "running ox
pentet" of the government tbosu for
which congress and tho administration
are responsible havo increased in two
yaars aver 10,000,000, for periods of six
mourns, or nearly m nor cont. un tno
other band tho interest, pension and debt
charge havo shrunk ovor $12,000,000. If,
ineraiore, wo naa not expended our ox
penset in the first claps, and had got tho
. iwaiui 01 vno reduction in we second
class, the semi-annual oxrientet would
hava been $30,000,000 leu than it now is,
in annual axpante tu,uoo,oou less l
SOUTH CAROLINA LEGISLATOR.
The South Carolina legislature havo ex-
Miiea imo oi tnoir raomueri, Jtiley and
l)aanerly, both colored gontlemon. liiley
and Dannarly, being drunk, drow tboirru-
volvert and throatoted to kill and slaugh
ter ine omcers ana momoori. liuoy was
at once exyeiiea ny a roto or oc to 2-i
afainst ezpultion. Dannorly asko.1 to
make an explanation, and upon loavo bo
log girea,' aaid
"He hoped de members would 'scuso him
at he wat a reptentive of do pooplo from
Oagebnrg county as nn indopondont man
ana he felt that his father was a ropscntivo
on this floor although he didn't say that bo
waa an eddicatcd man and ho domnndod
at much retpect as any man. Some men
might think that he wat in whisky, but
God forgive him he was not In no whisky.
There wat no whisky In him nnd ho spoko
from hit heart. If ho had done anything
wrong Abram Dannorly wa'nt put on to
no committee, but ho hoped ho was ono
tending on dit flow at a republican which
be waa ono and ho didn't nioau tr oatt mi y
reflactun on the house only with n certain
party and bo would tettlo that outsido for
ale vote waa as intelligent as any man's
on the flow and if ho was ignorant ho
would stand by tho speaker and tbo gen
tlemen to the end and ho hoped if ho did
anything wrong tboy would forglvo lilm
and tbala what no had to say."
After this display tho voto was nearly
unanimous in favor of Dannorlv'a expul
sion. HOW ALEX. H. STEPHENS BTAKT
, ED IN LIFE.
When Stephens wat a boy, two cistors
old maidi attracted by bis brightness,
adopted, and oducatcd blm for tho church.
um a lew months of theological training
convinced the young studont tbat tbo pro
fettlon had no attraction for him, and ho
announced to hit bonofactors his intontion
of exchanging tbo pulpit for thu bur.
Shortly after he was admittod to hit now
profettion a lawtuit arose involvlnc tho
ottate of the younger titter, the other hav-
log in the meantime diod. Ho r.skod bcr
to ret aim manage the caso for her; but she,
fearful of hit inexperionco, prcforrcd look
ing for fomo older lawyer. At last ono
wrote to her whom tbo approved, and, hav
ing asked the aavico of her friends, tho
confided the matter to him. Tho contest
wee warm, vexatiout and long; but rbo
came'ont to triumphantly of what had boon
regarded at a liopeloaa snarl that the
doubled her counsel's medotl foe. Tbo in
tercourse tMtweon the two had been by
letter exclutivoly tbo living in tho coun
try, he in a dittant city so tbat the trick
you. have already guessed btophons had
played on her was, undor tho circumrtan
cer, aiilte creditable. Out of hit fee he ro
paW what the had tpent on hit education:
and bit fuccett in to delicate a piece oi
butiaeei wat a line beginning for a younc
Jawyer. ' b
THB SOUU HUNDKED MILLIONS
jtlUU JrABSKb -THE I.OWEll
IYAIbIBOTom, Jarcii23. Accordmg to
preslee, Mr, Dawes brought forward tho
499,WWO bill to-day and the two
atneaeteeoU indicated in your dispatches
reoentlj tu having been voted down. The
neaeare wat passed by a voto of inoro
tbaa.tv to cue. 'ibis establishes, bo far
MttttWMti we noute van tettlo, the
queetioa, the maximum amount of legal
tender circulation at 9100,000,000. Con
AdeMe U " erpreeetd on all hands
that the aeaato will adopt IUj
bill eahttenteally at it patted the house.
Of the "Waetent and Southern members,
the Meowing naated voted for contract
ing tl4 y4ai of trreenbeckt to lUC,.
6Hl,M,'. whereby fSJ.OOO.OOO now in clr
culatto WCtd be witadrawn : Messrs.
Urentberg. of Alabama; Clayton, Lut
trail itj'nn ot California; Hancock
and KeradML ot Txat; Oarflold and Par
sou, or Ohio; Kendall, of Nevada; if itch
11 aid wjer, el mOBin ; Netrallt,
f Oragea; FlatiV ot Virginia; Head, of
KMNekj Jliee, of llUadTi j Ktone, of
Missouri; "VValdron and Wlllard, of Mich
Igan. Of course tbo majority of thoso
voting for contraction represent tbo East
orn atates. Only about fitly membora
wore absent, so that n vory fair test voto
l'UAGTIOAL WORK FOIt WOMEN.
Tlio women of Chicago havo tried to
do too much. And thoreforo failad to do
anything. JJospite tholr prayor nioetingt
and their procossions, tholr pleadings with
tbo powors abovo and tbo powers bolow,
tbo new Sunday ordinnnco passod tbo nl
dormon and was yesterday slgnod by tbo
mayor. Tho troublo is tbat tbo crusaders
havo aimed too high nnd havo hoped to
carry tholr point by a single datb. Thin
is not tho way to win. A spurt may car
ry n crow across tbo winning lino, but
long,otoady pulling must first havo brought
it near tho lino. If tho fomlnq rolormors
havo pluck enough to do hard work now
and for somotimo to come, nnd then to
wait fur tbo slowly ripening fruit of thnt
toil, tliore aro half n dozon ways in which
they can powerfully counteract tho dosires
tbnt drlvo men to drink nnd women to
They enn socuro tho pnssngo of n Inw
which will. punish aclultorntion in drink
ablet ni it, la punished in ontables, by tho
forfeiture and destruction o! tbo poisoned
articles. Thoy can, by stonily, unfaltering
work, tecuro tbo execution of such n law,
for tboy would havo tbo community nt
tholr back. Tho result would do to senro
some people from drinkiog whisky nnd
brandy, when they found whnt tbo a lull'
thoy had boon in tho habit of swallowing
roally was ; to shut up tlio lowor saloon
by ropontodly lining tbo proprietors j nnd
to mako tippling too oxronsivo, by forcing
saloon koepers to provldo puro drinks, to
bo half n common as it is now, when
almost ovorything sold ncross a bar is
aditlterntod down to tbo lowest posslblo
limit ot co t. Tho womon can open torn
poranco billiard rooms, whore, only cigars
and coll'eo shall bo sold. Thoy enn thus
givo young mon nn opportunity oi sponu-
ing meir spare nours in playing ono or
our bast and most popular catnos, with
out boing tompted by iv bar ctoso at hand.
To attract custom the prico of a gamo
migi.i no pui as low as la or cents.
This project, once put Into prnctico, would
probably p.iy lor ilsoir. Hut this billiard
room must not no n turn. it must bo as
cav with mirrors and brilliant with fres
cos ns its rivals. Thuro must bo no tracts
dlttribu'cd at tho door. Thoy can pro
vldo a rival attraction to tho saloon on
Sundays by heartily co-operating with tho
rooonny organized uuminy Aitornoon
Lccturo Society of this city. Tboy can
itius roacn some, or tno uuo.uou mon, wo
mon nna culldron wno liavo no plnco in
tbo churches of Chicago, and can Aid in
olovating tbair minds with truth and
their hearts with music.
Thov tun. with no creat self-8ncrillce.
open comfortublo loilging-uouses lor poor
pcoplo, on tlio plnn ot tnoso built by rea-
bouy nnu too Karoness uuraou-uoutu, tu
London. It might be well to reseryu the
Urtt ono for unprotected women. Such
philanthropic Investments havo paid-vory
well in J.ouaon in money returns and
unorruously in incroased health and de
creased crime. AVhou- Mils llurdott
Coutts pulled down rows of rotten teno'
moms miu put up in tueir iuaco a clean
airy, oneory ciutior or nuin noutos, ball
Uio snioona in tuo neicnuornood ura iau
to uavo closed lor lack ot patronage
They can provldo entertainment lor
poor girls, lloro woman's quick fancy
can certainly tlnd onouch to do. Cun
thero not be low-prlcod and good concerts
and talks, and picturu-sbowj. etc., all
given by womon to womon, ami lvun
without ollenslvo condescension; Tboy
can,porbnps,bring the poor into churcboj.
lint to do this, tbo seats must all bo froo,
and tho bearers must nil bo plainly dressed.
Tho latter ought not to bo impossibil
ity, thoucli tho avo ratio church-uoor tac
itly profcra u silk for horsolf to sulvalion
for horpoor neighbor. SDtno dny woman
will outgrow the bondago of dross1 ns man
has dono. He has risen nbovo false linir
and rainbow-colored irarinonti", nnd slio
will do tbo sumo. Hut tbo day. thereof
bns not yet como.
lloro, then, aro six ways of doing greit
cood. nil of which lioopon to womuu. If
nnythinc; could bo dono in Any ono of
them by a prnyor meeting nnd a proces
sion, no doubt it would bo dono speedily.
Each of thorn, liowoyor, involves contin
uous otl'ort, nnd of this thecrusadorB maj
or uiny not no capable.
TJ IE SAXETOWN B U TCH
CLUB YET DISCOVE11ED
Special to the St. LouU Uemocr.it.
llKLLBVlLLB, lLI.., March 23. TllO
wholesale butchery of the Stolt.ereide
family, uenr Saxotown, Illinois, on Thurs
day night, undor such mysterious circum
stances, coutinuot to bo tbo oxciling topiu
of conversation bore, auil milch spoculn
tlon is Indulged in ns to who tlio porpotrn
tors were, tlrnir motive and manner of
doing their bloody work. Every bit of
information received concerning it h en
gcrly sought Tor, nnd tho ono wish of nil it
that thu demons who did this quintuple
murder may bo ipoodily discoverod nnd
as speedily rccoivo the punishment which
tholr r.wful orlmo merits. Sovoral dotne
tlvot from St. Louis arrived at llollvillo
Bunday night, and Immediately com
monccd to "work up" tho caio. "Messrs.
Frederick Eckort and Chat. Kemper yos.
tcrdoy took out papors of administration
in the St. Omlr county, Illinois, probato
court on tlio estate of tlio docoaied Stolt
r.eroldes.whioh is vnluod at about 516,000.
They oiler u rowaid of S1,000 for ttio ar
rest Klid conviction or tbo tntmlomm.
which with tho 1,000 otl'ercd by the St.
Clair county commissioners, iniikes tho
amount $2,000, which it U
thought Gov. lievoridge will incronso to
j,yuo. mo iwo mon, John Aililnn and
Frederick lloulz, arrostod by Deputy
Sharltt ,1. It. Hughes on Sunday and
lodged in tho county Jail, at iiolluvillo, on
suspicion of being connected with tho
murdor, still renmin thero. Ilooltn, who
ie n brother-in-law to tho younr man
Steltrercido, thoy having marriod slslorn,
came to this country about six j ears ago,
and is about tbirty-llvo years of ago. Ho
is small uf ttnluro and slundor built. He
soems to bo a vorv rcllcloim mnii nmi i
said to havo been a teacher !u tho Sunday
v.vv, Jin uuuiu. wn being
brought into tbo jull ho icquosted
m? ,wtr"' M"' 1)ttwon, tn girt him a
JJIble. In answer to a nueitlon in- a
porter, at to how he loll, (meunimr phy.
Ically,)b replied, "My heart Is alf right."
Ho teems to bo in vry llttlo concorn
nuvuii iuD nniui JiOiHIQII In Which ho it
p actd. His wife too, on parting with
blm SutiiUy when tlio cillcor arrested him
in uis rcsiueuoe, sboweil but very littlo
uneaslnoit or ularin. Hit farm it about
two mllflt frnin the sceuo oftbotracodv
.Inlin Afl.'l.an tl... ,... '
--."-""i ...v umii inuii uuuor ar
rest, is a German of poworful build, and
of ubcut 180 pounds weight. Uo has bluo
eyes and light hair and complexion. Ho
Is a farm laborer, and on tho night that
tho murder was committed ho was nt the
house, and was particularly nnllen.l ..
laying but little to any one, but seeminir
to pay much attention to all that nai t.l.i
concerning tho murdor by (be men who
There is one circumstance cnnnatnii
with tho discovery of the murder by Mr.
lien Schnoider, on Friday evening, which
may holp to determine whether n stranger
or not committod tho dreadful dood, nnd
that it that a large Newfoundland dog
belonging to tbo tniirderol family wat
found by Mr. Sohnolder in tho room with
the dead bodies, and as soon as he opened
the door the animal camo out. Tho sup
position is that the murderer wat olthor
acquainted with tho dog ani ho with him
or olio that tbo assassin had been concoal
od In the house, and dlQ not havo to on
eounlor tho dog outsido, but, aftor commit
ting tho murdor, ho had induced tho doir
to ontor tho house, when ho closed him in
thoro to prevent his following him or
othcrwiso interfering with his flight If
thit bruto could toll hit etorv of how his
master's family woro murdorod, and how
tbo assassin, with inoro savneoness than
any bruto, attacked and killed Innocent
babes nnd n sleoping mother, the murder
er's doom would ipoodily bo sealed to
tuch a hlglit of oxcitemont has public
feeling been stirred.
WOMAN OUTS THE THROATS
OF UEIt TWO DAUGHTERS.
AND THEN UEIt OWN.
l.( .lii-lini, Ky., (March 20). DlMutrli to the
i.ouiM me i.iMiriei'-joiuil:il.
A fenrful trngedy was enacted in ,;cott
county to-day. Mm. Ell.abclli Sconoo,
who r oiidc j four tiillus from (leurcctown.
on tlio Frankfort I'llio, cut tlio thruuU of
bor two Uttlr ulrls nnd tl.cn cut hor own.
Sho hnd been troubled with hysterics for
a week past, and Was under medical troat-
mont. This morning lier liutbantl mid
bis futh or, who slept in tho samo room
witti nor una nor two children, gotupuiid
wont out. leaving tho rest of tho Inmilv
In bed. cioon nflor ward, two crown
daughters, sleoping In thu adjoining room
wero nwnuenca by tno noiso. ana louna
tholr mother lcaninc over tho brd-siilo.
nnd diked lior what tho wanted. Shotald
nothing, and roturned to I tin slid!. room
where sbo slopt. Imtncdiatoiv ono of tliu
children wus heard to scrouin, niul tho
girls, rushing into ttio room, found tlm
two cuiiuron, j.uia, ncoii ::, una wtiiin
Kato, uged M. with tholr throats cut. Tholr
seruams broucht Mr. Sconce to tbo boiuo.
And when hu arrived .Mrs. Sconco bad rut
hor own threat and mm spcocblois, nl.
ttiougb xho made thn ell'ort to rpualc to blm
Drs. Adams and Wren wuro nimmoned
as toon hs possible; but Mrs. Sconco hid
severed both jugular veins, ami, dospito
tuoir t-iiorta tu suvo bor, sbo died, 'mo
youngest child u in a critical condition
Tho noit one, Willie Kato, is considored
out ofdancor, allhouuh suvoroly cut about
tno taco ami nanus. Tbo rutting was done
Willi a razor procured nut of a bo.v In tho
passage way botween tho two rooms. .Mrs
cVonco is a daughter of .Intues Willlaius,
of Ilourbon county, has been married
twenty-ono years, nnd Is tbo mother oi
II vo chlldron. Hlio was pious.industriuus,
practical woman, and lived happily with
her family and neighbors. Two of hur
sisters died when about tbo samo ago of
hoArt dlsoase; and this joined to her h)f
tcria, tilled hor with gloomy forubodlngs of
a Himiinr laio, and no doubt caused tno
totnporary a borratlon of mind, during
which tlio deed was dono, Sho dressed
horself neatly and completely before com
mltting tho fearful act. Sbo was about 40
years of age, and her husband 60. Th
family was much respected In tbo noigh
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin
TERRIBLE DISASTER ON THE
THE TOWUOAT CRESCENT
CIT Y BLOWN TO ATOMS.
CAPTi .IAS. DAWSON A MONO
Mkui'IU, Mar:h i!4. A tpoclnl to tho
'Appeal' from Uolona, Arkansas, receiv
ed this evening, says tho
TOWDOAT cnKSCK.NT CITV,
bound from Now Orloans to St. Louis
with a tow ol five barges, ono fuel bargo
and a trading boat laden with thirtocn
tons of sugar,
at olght o'clock nnd thirty minutes this
morning, at the foot of Montezuma Island,
ton miles btlow hero. Evory part of tho
IILOIVN INTO ATOMS,
nnd sho sunk in throo mlnuteJ. All tho
bargos woro dbstroyod by lire.
So far as is known tlio following is u
Hit of tlio killed nnd wounded.
.1 times Dawson, captain ;
Henry Oosslor, mnto;
John Ostrandor, pilot;
.Mrs. John Ostrandor;
Wm. Monday, pilot;
Dan Woddlo, watchman ; and
Cabin boy, name unknown.
Throo colored llronion.namw not given,
were sovorely injured; (loo. anhouton.
leg dislocatod; l'atrlek IJacon, teeond on
glneor, badly bruited; Wm. Dunn, second
cook, scalded; l'etor Holt, owner of tbo
trading boat was badly brttUod.
Tho family of tho last montloned wero
l saved, and aro on tho utoamer i'hll
Allen bound for Memphis, hbiuo aluo -.11
tho woundod, wbui aro under tho treat
ment of uliyslclHtit from l.'rlnr". Pnlut
Tho romalndor of tho crew nro with tbom
ronuonng all tbo asslslancii ponil-
I-IIKPAIIINU KOU Till: WOU.VIIKH.
Captain Good, agent of tbo lino horo,
Is making every arrangement ponslblo lor
the euro of tbo wounded whon tboy nrrivo
x nau case.
lohn Oitramlernnd wifwhoaronnionr
tho lost, loavo tlx children' whe aro in (Jt!
Louis. Mrs, Ottrander had accoinpauled
her husband on a pleasure trip.
III.LINU A VACANT v.
DosTOff, March :!I.-Th.i houio and
eenato this afternoon respectively took a
ballot for United States senator to succsnd
Sonntor Sumner. Tho following is tho
vote in the bouso; II It Uoar, 0-1 ; Jl It
Curtis, C3; John K Sunford, l(i; Ooorgo
Washburne, V; Henry L Daweii, 01; Chas
If Adams, 12; N I Hanks, 6. Tho rost
In tbo (onatotho first and socond bill
lott woro at follows s Henry U Dawes,
H ; H K Hoar, 10; li It Curies, 1: Chat
Adams, 1; uattorlng, 1. . Third ballot:
Honry L Dawes. 1"; B it Curtes, 10; E K
Uoar, 8; Chat V Adams, 2; abieut, a.
The houso aftor one ballot roiumed
M . -m: mm
WHAT WAS DOMl) IN CON-.
OHUSS YKSTJiKDAY. T
TILT BKTWKHN ROBERTS OK
NKW YOK A'1) MAY
NARI) OF TENNESSEE.
THE TEMPERANCE (JRl'SA-
DERS MARCJIING ON.
M ISUELL AN KOUS N EW3
AND 111 YE I
bi:;l I i:.NCf:l.
Litti.k Kot'K. March J.I di's .Matlock.
mil uuoKrureuK murderer, wis to-day ten
tuni od ti bo hung on tho 'J3 I of May.
Ski.ma, March 24. Chuncflmr Turner
to.day deoruod tho nalc of thnSoImn, Homo
and Diilton railroad mnl all tlio proporty
belonging in uio cuupanv, inciu.liiii: -iu,.
000 ihtph of public laud. Tlio decree win
in Uio bint nl .liibnson and Stewart trtis
lues of first mortgugo boudi.
Haion-ii:, March 21. Tho Culiits aro
throwing incendiary ahulls into llillxm
with tiirrlblo olloct; wlinlo ftrccn nro rn
ported to bo In II hii.m. A recoiil itngngc
ment boforu tho city rtuultod In tho oci u-
palluii by llio besiciiuM nt Albia, nnd llio
suburban but bank ot tbo lloviminc.
Haw l'lUf.'msto, March 'J-1.A du-
patch from 'i'uicon, Arlr.nnli, states that
Major ltntidall bad n IlL'ht wilh tho
A paches, llftoon milet iromii Flnrcncn,
and killed cloven Indians and canlurnd
thirty women nnd clildron. Tbreo sol
dlors woundad and -Mnjor Itaudnll nar
AtSKMIlI.V TO AIl.lOIMlM.
l'AHl!, March 21. Tlio ajfomblv line
resulvud to.adjourn on tho 28lh lintl'l May
EFI'OllT TO l!KTOK): MOXAIlCHY.
A doputatiim of royalists will soon wait
upon Count do Chambord and umkun last
etl'ort to ell'ect tbo restoration of tho mon
HAKTiMRti, Con.v., March 21. Tbo
works cf tbo Plantar, Manufacturing Co,
In Soullilngton, buruod this morning.
Ono of tho buildings wat occupied as a de
partment! the New Haven and North-
urnpton railroad. Nothing was savod
from tlio department except tho hooks,
Tho total loss Is about $7&,0O0. Insurance
St. Josei'H, March 21. About 0
o'clock this morning tbo Temple thoatre,
near Second ttroot In this city, wns des
troyed by ilro. Tho building was ol brick
nnd nearly new and was ownod by tho
Sloan brothers. Thn loss was about $0,
000. Tho loss was fully covered by tbo
insurance Tho wardrobes of tho actors
nnd actresses wero saved.
(IOT IT UP TlIEtlt J,081C:.
JKmiusoNvlLLit, March 21. Tho
crusaders of this city now soparalo in sov-
orn unnus ituu uuiuinuo inoir worn uatiy.
lostordoy popor was sprinklod on tho
pavement of Trussman's saloon. The Iu
dies commonccd tholr torvicct At boforo,
and beforo thoy hid finished, woro all tot
snoozing. Ho lar, no saloons havo boen
closod, and tho oxcitemont ovor tho
movninont is rapidly dying out.
Omaha, March til. Oon. Ord to-day
recolvou tho following from Ft. Laramio,
Wyoming: A man from Cood't rauche,
noor; Scott's Illull', bringt information
that on Sunday a party of Indians killod
n man near tho ranchu and ran of!' nil tho
horses, food reports tbnt tho Indlnas
imvo beon killing caltlo dily for llio last
two wooks in that vicinity. Tho com
manding olll:or has no meanj of sonding
cavalry for want of transportation, nt
tho Missouri river is clear of ico only an
far as Sioux City.
Terro Hunk, Itul.
HAI.OOK-KRKI'KUS !1C "AMATK.
TKIUU: IlAUTH. March 2.1 A miLtni
of tho saloon-keeper's aesocl.ition, thirty
nti'Lt saloonn bnlnir iinrn;ii,ii..,l nmnul
resolutions lo-day plodjiing tho members
iu pnironir.u 1111 nusino-s men wno nro
olthor working thomsolvos or through
tholr agency or tholr wlves.or omplovct to
nro.ni uuwii mo suioou business,
A MAfH MKl'.TI.Nd
of thu woman's temperanco union will bo
iiom vu-uiuiruw auornoon ai uio i.ongrc
gationnl church, '
Dayton, ,Marcli 24. Tim crusudo U
gathoring strength dally, and tlio womon
aro working wuh untiring cnorgy and
luviuclbU. resolution. Siuco thu 0th lint,
four saloons huvo doted, nut ".0t! yut ro
iniiln. There u
of nny kind, and u,0 womyii are pleasant,
ly received at every point, though saloon
14s who aro liU6li fur or tlvo timos 11
day do not regard it us n Jolto. Tho
prayor meutlugt to-day worn crowded, and
n groat nias mooting was held to-night.
Ono saloon rlcsed to-day.
Ci.kvui.am,, March HI. Tho woniMi'
rrutadu against liquor was resumed in
thin city to.ilay. Thero woro llvo bands
or from fifteen to twonty ladlos each on
tho ttioeU atone tlmu, onch band visit
ing tho places railed upon by tho preced
C AT MANY
places they wero refused admission and in
cnnsoquoiieo of thu mayor's proclamation,
wero unablo to bold services on tho sldo
walks In front ot tbeto placet. Tho
crowdt tbut followol tho ladles woro small
and ovorything piissod olf quietly. Tho
taloon kecpors hayo generally adopted
tho plan of refuting the oruindert ndmls
tlon to their saloons,
proprietor of tho Lako Shore houio,slned
tlio pledge to-day' to net toll intoxicating
uquors ior,iuuayt,r xaieu tbo nrsl sig.
nnturo to tho doaiera' pled go obtained in
Ibis city. WW
WASUIXOTON. D. O.. .March 21. Mr.
Tliiirinuli tnado n long personal explana-
non in ropiy loiomo romiirkt maJo by Air.
Kerry a fow days ago, during which ha
said ho hnd not carefully oxamlnci Uio
uiu ueeoru mo eonato, but tbougbt liu
should opposo it. He said tho bill fixed
tlio amount of groonhacks at $382,000,000,
and only incroasod tho national bank cir
culation to $110,000,000. I'roo banking
meant nn oxtontton of tho national bank
circulation to many millions ot ilollnr.
Thoonly limit would bo tho amount of gov
crnmont bonds which could bo procured to
put up ns securities. It meant Indefinite
extension, Irrcdoamablo paper currcnty
and liorpotuallon of tho national Indebt
edness. It meant doath to freo trade,
and If Senator 1'orry was in fiivor of ox
tending tho system of national bank, ho
was In favor of oxtondlng tho national In-
dnbtorinoFs. Ho donicil thtt tho bill lust
, . ..
repormu maiio curroncy clastic, on tbo
contrary, It fixed tho amount by just as
arbitrary a ruin ns that of tho nrusont
day. IV-uding discussion tho tonato went
into oxccutivo Beision nnd soon nrter ml
M -1II.nutu.n, Junrcli :!t. Mr. ilc
Cenry, niter nn unsuccessful ell'ort to Imvo
somu nrruugoiuents mdo for taking u voto
on Hid bill to rcgulato iiitor-stato rallroiit
ciimmerco, gavo nollto Unit ho woiil.1
movo tho pruvlouj question on llio pnsj
ugo oi mo bin at l o clocl; to-morrow,
Mr. Dawes ollered a resolution, giving
to tho toir.mlttcu on ways and moiiint
uiithotlty to send lor porsons nnd pipers,
and to lulminisler ontlis In all ciihh pend
I up for tixnmliiHtioii beforo it from Hum l
V, It. Kolwru, of Now York, csid, I
am riijiioitiil by tlio worklngtuou com
mitloittif Now York, to ptetunt a iiiumo.
mil to thu homo of repremmta
lives in fivor of llio eight huur
law and lur llio removal of tho
supervising architect of thu treasury.
This memorial Is elgned by 20,000 penniM
representing thu typographical union
and viirious trndes mid laboring societies
nt Now York city. In presenting it 1 de
ire to uxprcs my ntiru mid full approval
of the object of tbo moiiiorialUts. I re
quest that thu inoii'oriitl bo rtad at tho
clerk's dosk nnd printed in tho congres
sional recorat. c '
Mr. .Maynard. I obloct to thit. Let
tlio nicmorlfll como In under rule.
Mr. Huberts. Tbo gontlomuii from
Tennesson woud not object If - it wus a
inomorial from bnnkors mid brokers of
Now York, but becauso it comes from
working men hu objects.
Air. Maynard. Tho gentleman from
New York mfaiures other'pooplus corn by
his own half bushol.
Mr. Koberts. I measure that gentleman
by his acts.
Mr. Maynard I havo a right to objocl
to having tho memorial road in the house
and printed In tho Record, and I Insist
upon my objection.
Tho memorial was received and ordered
to ho printed, but not in tbo Kecord, and,
wat referred to tho committee on civil
Tho bouso than proceeded to the dis
cussion of tho bill to rcculate inter-stnto
railroad commerce, ami .Mr. AVillarJ, of
Yermont, mnda a constitutional and legal
argument against tho bill. At tbo closo
of Mr. Will aril's crooch, tho houso took
n meets until 7:30 p m., tbo ovenlnc
foetlon to bo devoted to tbo ditqutslou of
mo samo suojeci.
W AbUiviirov, March 21. For tho
northwest and Upper Lakes and thonco
to .Missouri, falling barometer and rlslne
temperature, touthwostorly winds and in
creasing ciouuy wonibor.
For Lowor "I.nkca nnd Ohio Yallov
FOilthwestorly winds, railing baromotor,
warmor nnd partly cloudy wcathor.
For the Southern states, northeasterly
and southerly winds, high baromotcr,
rising lompcraturu nna generally cloar
For tho .Mlndlo and Eastern state,
norlhwoUorly to northoastorly winds,
blgu baromotor, rising tomporuturo and
partly cloudy wcathor.
Tho rlvors will probably fall at Pitts
burg, Cincinnati and Nathvlllo, and riso
nt Lioui evijjo, hi. Jjouit ana Cairo.
Oilleo of Obrorvation, Slcnal Scrvlco U. S
annv. Daily report ot the btoKO ol water,
with tho cliangca for the 21 hours ending
:i u clock p. 111., Murcli 21, lSit,
8TATIONC .water. Itlse.; Fall.
'"gTPi 5 1 pi? I p
Cairo uO II 3 Hi 0
St. Louis 15 T ! 0 0
I'lttsburg S 0' (1 li 0
Cincinnati 2u O , (i l'n
LoulHVillo 11 t!,l I .1 0
Memphis U2 11, !l ,01
Vicksburg 12 S O li 0
Shrovoport 27 11 1 0 2 0
Nashville U7 II. 1 2 0
Now Oilcan 1 7 0 0 1)
Little Hock Ill 1
Kvanwllle 1 0 I
HeloW bigli water mui-K.
Obson-or .Sic. 8cr. U. H.A
Nkw Oiileanp, March til No nrrlvals
or deptrturet. Cool and cloudy.
LtTTi.K JtocK, March 20. Weathor
oloar nnd cool. Elver falling, 12 feet by
gaugo. JJopartoa l-annio xatum, nbovo
YioKtnuno, March 21 Up 1'aulino
Carroll, Capitol City. Down Great Ho-
pucllc, Natchez. Clear and Cool, lliver
rising slowly; I2 foot B inches abovo low
Kvansvili.k, March 21 Oloan mercu
ty ai! to -1 1. Itlvor risen 10 inches. Up
Anna. Ked Cloud, J'nt Cloburno, i-nyotto,
Koborts. Down .Mary Amoni. Tarascon,
Arkansns nolle, Hiiverlborn, 1,11110 con
don. Ilusluces lair.
Nahiivii.I.k. March 21,-i-ltiver still rls
inc:. 37 foot larco on thoals. Weather
cloar and cold. Arrived Eddyvillo,
Ella Hughos nnd Cook, Upper Cumber
land. Departed Lawronee, OThcirinati;
Cincinnati, March 21. Ulvor t!7 foot
and stationary. Arrived Charmer,
EvatiHvlllo; Thompson Dean, Now Or
leans. Dopartod 11 H Hudnon, Wlioul
Ingj l'nt Eogors, Memphis; Thompson
Doan, Now Orleans.
Mkmi'iiis, .March 21. Weather clear
and cool. Itlvor fell :i inches to-day. Ar
rived Hollo Leo. Now Orleans: Andv
Jlautu, Cincinnati; Doparted Eallo Tox.
as, Arkansas river; J.egm xonunr, wnito
rlvor; HUmarck, Now Orlenn; .Mlonoola,
St. Louis, Murcli 21. Arrlvod Col
lossal, Keokuk; Knvor I'ittsburg; Flom
Ing and Grafton, Illinois river; Glasgow,
Hickman, Grand-Tower, Momphit, Do
partod Hob Uoy, Kookuk; Joelo Flomlng,
(irAftmi ami lieaver. Illinois river: Ouln-
cy and ltovor, Cairo. Elver riling with
0 foot to Cairo. Weather cloudy nnd
E?LoinTiii. March 24. Rlvor riling
with 11 foot 7 Incbet in tho cabal and u
feet 7 inches in Indian pim and 7 leet
7 in'jhet ovor tho rojks. Weather cloar
and cold but moderating. ilolllo Ebort
Ami MaiiuCacltiror nl'
HQE A DEC A N DTE S
102 Commorcial Avo.
t ' ,1 ' .
tii55Ordoi'H IVom Alii'O.'id Vrnmpjly A i (ended, lo.
(Imlo I'rojiriclcr (if liu St. Niclmlim llotol;
II becumt' lMjirti iulrtiilout nl t tic
COUKIl filXTJI STKHl'Vr AND OHIO LEVEE...
.Mr. Walker liavintr taken chaicu
oncu (jivo it n thorough reiiovatiiij;,'tiinl
tion i'UchIh. Mr. W;ilLi'i- will wplcnmo
i, - - -
will always ho jihul tn llioin.
fva -class Day Hoard 820 .por Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
enmo through tho canal, drawing Ioj
miicii to atcend tbu fulls, liiitinrri ' very
dull. Arrlvol--James I) l'arkor, .Mum"-
phis; Molllo Ebort, St Louls; Etna. Iron
ion; John A Wood,' Now Orleans; Gover
nor Allen, rit J.uuii; iiirlswortb ana
Hampton No 2 with tow of coal, i'itts
burg. Departed .!' I) l'arker, Cinciii
natl; Molllo Ebert, I'ittsburg; Gov Allen,
1 ronton; Tom Hodswcrth aud Sanipon,
Customs rrctlpta 13,006. Troasury djs
bursomunts C3,0W. Money oy per
cent. Sterling iUlot. t 8U(Trf B.') sixty
day 1 87t 83 sight. Gold ranged l'J
12J, closod 12J. Carrying rates 2(g por
cent. Clearings 28,000,000. Htato bonds
dull; govornmunt etoaay nnd unchanged
Stocks opened strong kt per cent, ad
vanco over yestorday'ii closing; prico3
lluctuntoil ioulowlmt and clotcJ strong at
nn advanco cf J; per cent, ovor tho
lowest figures of tho day.
New Youk, March 21. Ilrnn in waro
houso 1 00. Fork dull, otloring at Hi no.
IJacon flrmor, TTi(nj9la,Jl0. Su
gar dull, common U0j; fair OJQO; good
lair 11, Molasses senrco, fair for mon -ling
'lo. Others unchangod.
Memi-uis, March 21. Flour dull and
nominal. Corn mcnl dull nud unchanged
Corn scarco nnd firm TCc. Oats dull and
drooping 5Sc. Hay, timothy, scarco and
firm 21022 00, others dull nnd nominal.
Pork bold 10 60. Lard quiet nndjun
changed. Bacon firm and unchanged.
Flour dull and unchanged. Wheat
dull ni.d unchanged No 2 spring 1 2'JJ
1 21; No 3 red fall 1 3CIQ1 ;I7; No 2
1 HO. Corn ttoady nnd Arm 021(03 for
April, G3J(7j(H spot. Oats in b'ettcr do
mand, No 2 mixed 401UJ. ilarloy dull
and unchanged. ltyo firm SOfTiJlv. l'ork
firm 1C 20; dry lull moats quiet; shoul
ders Ole; clear rib 8Jd, cloar sidua SJc for
jobbing and order lott. rtacon in good
domand, shnuldors Cj; clear rib bJ'Jic;
clear t mcs 8c; nnms vc. J.aru uncnang'
ed. Whisky stoady 02.
Cincinnati, Nnrch 21. Flour quiet
Wheat vory dull; 1 10l 12. Corn firm,
mixod G305, Oats steady, M58. ltyo
stoady 1 05. Jlariey uulet and weak.
UIU unchanged. Eggs steady, lluttor
steady. Chooso scarco und firm, l'ork
held nt 10 00, 15 7C bid. Lard stoad
stoady stoam 0; country Icsttlo 9J. Sulk
moats stoady, shoulders cloar rib fi i
cloar 81. llacon stoady, small rnios
shouldors 0J0j; clear rib 8;; clear 'J.
Whisky firm U2.
CuicAiio, March 21. Flour dull and
unchanuod. Wheat unsettled and wonk.
No 1 spring 1 231; No 2 strictly fresh
1 lOcohh: I IB April; No a 1 14, Corn
demand actlvo nnd advanced, No 2 mixed
fresh (11! J cash; 02 April; now No 2 mixed
Mt. Oats dull nnd unchanged, No 2, dOij
May. ltyo a:arro nnd llrm, No 2 87; reg
ular 88 frosh. Barloy stoady, No 2 f U0.
l'ork domand actlvo and advanced to
II 70 spot; It 75 April; 11 U5(ffll5 may
Lard fair demand and ndvnuced 8 OS
spot; 0 April, liulk moats steady nnd
unchanged. Itncon qulotand unchangod.
Nkw i owe, JUr.rch 21. Flour qulot;
euperllnn western 5 C0fi)5 OS; common to
good C 000 -K) ; good to cholco 0 'ICfTO
ti lift; whito wheat extra 0 t!57 00
Wheat lowor, "Private cablo roports aro
very unfavorable, and thlppors nro gonor
ally holding oil'. No. 2 Chicago spring
1 48l 00; No 2 Milwaukee 1 521 OH;
ungraded Iowa and Minnesota spring 1 42
01 6Uj whlto westorn 1 70. Hyo nnd
barloy unchangod. Corn scarco nnd
higher; now westorn mixed 88(iJ02; old 91
02; whito wottorn 02; old westorn yol
low to nrrivo. 02. Oats a thada firmer
and.modoratoiy active; mixed westorn 02
04; whlto do Cl05. Colleo, sugar and
molasses qulot and unchanged. l'ork
firmer; newtnofBlG 25 spot, IC 2510 35
M'.y. 10 50 Juno, Hoof unchangod; mid
dles firmer ; Jong loar 0J, short clear OL
J.trd llrmor, primo sioam vjiu y.u, spot.
Whisky stoady 97
O.W. DUNNING, M.J)-lliaiUENCI-corner
Jtreett, Ofilcc corner Sixth street and
OUloleveo. Otllee hour from 0 a, mtn
'2 iu., and Op. in
llll If I.
nl' tlii.i old and ui ll-Lnown liou.su, will at
put it 111 first -class oruVr for the rcceji
hi- nlil nlislffmor". to tlio 116W liOIHe. uni
... . - . - fc
Notice i hereby gil en tliatouTllexday the
21-tiluy of April, A. I)., 1874, a Keuenit
lection will bo held Iu the illy or.Calro, Al
I'vunder eouuty, rtntc of Illinois, for tbu
I'lecllvii or tin: lolloulni; named luliniclpal
nlllcurc, lo-w it : A city clerk, n city IreiK
urer, a city attorney, ono uldcnuan from
each Wnnl, for the let id ul two year. ou
nldcnmin I'uuu tlio I irt Ward, to till the
vai'ino) -;uicd by the removal of II ham
HUliy liuui thu rit j,, nnd. one alderman from
llio Hcroud Won I, lo llll llio vacancy called
by Die resignation of Wood ltlttenboiifo.
For the julriioscit or ald clertlon polls wilt
be oM'noil'al llio following named places, to-
h im in uiei iiti. u aru, ui mo uoiiuiiihiioii
lioilMiof K. F. I);iIk, on llio soiltb .Ide of
Hlxth tti-cel between Cnmincrrhland Wash
liiKton aveiiuet ; In the Second Ward, at tbo
Hough mnl licudy engine liouo; Iu the
Third Ward, at tho Illliernlaii engine huuti:;
Iu thn Fourth Ward, at I bo Court JIoiuo;
and Iu tho Fifth AVard, at the houso ol Mi.
Sullivan, on tho noith-wcrt corner of Com
mercial ui enno and Tiventy-llflli Micct.
Said I'lrition will be' ojienvd at eight
o'clock In tlio morning,' and continue open
until coven o'clock iu tho" aft;i-uou nl that
fly order of the City Council.
M. .1. Iiowi.r.v, Oily Clerk.
Caiiio, 111.. Mareh 20. 1874. i:-,1-21-;Ml
Oit. G,1:. OoL'ai.AS, being dcterinlned t,
(iveill In every Oeiitul operation, Iihn re
nted and rcfiiniMicd hit Dental Parlor, No.
7, Eighth street, and U now rerolving from
H. S. Whlto & Jolmon. or Philadelphia,
seml-weelily, tho largest and finest assort
ment or Dental OnoiH ever offered In thin
city, and as good as can he found Iu tln
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Madu aiqicclality.uot any of the soil, minora.
Mo, "piuigy work that drou out. leaving
teeth cut, filed, discolored, and often ib
ktrnjeil, Perfect Golden Gemi put In at olid mid
duralik as tho Hiieltcd metal iteir.
.special titteiitlon given tu the treatment nt
JIUldreu'K Teeth, l'nrentri liy having their
Chlliill's 'JVeth examined occasionally,
would wivo them much ninerinu niul l"i
lormltv In after year.
Dr. DoiiL'la also gives Particular attention
lo Mechanical Dentistry. havlngHeeured the
l Udit to iix-D It. HYATT'S PATENT GOLD
AND UUItlti:it COMIHNATION PLATE,
which has been thoroughly tested and ui
proved by the best Dentists Iu the East, ami
beyond n doubt, tlio best nnd tirnicst iirtiit
elal platoiiow ill use,
Teeth extracted without pain 'by the nso
of Nitrous Oxldo Gik, whlehlis perfeitlrs.ife
wliein Judiciously ;iilnilnllnred,
170 If G. E. DoiKiriAd.
K. aiAXWKIsL St CO., j
.Mauuf.icturcrH and Dealers In
A l-o Aontd for tliu
iso. ,iii, M)rin;Maluo Street,
HI. Louis "Mo,
A. .1.HOK M. I).
Olllco over Tiioma Uro's..imi- ii'ii'iiib j
No. llll Commercial ttveni'a,hn2ton aye.
itreoj. Jletldonee com;, "
lie an-l Fourteenth