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THE CAIRO DAIIX BULLETIN, SATORDAY, MARCH 28, 1874.
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lBvarlablr In advance. -Jru-u- -
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TaoJ Illinois lenato ha voted to ad
JeWB tint die next Thursday.
Th Indications are growlug strong
that tlfadg Durell, UusUOd and Storey
will b Impeached.
Til buiintss Interests of Cincinnati
er lofformg considerably from Did
tfTAkiV"' r" "ui-menl, nnd
rawtry failures are prophesied.
Oiri'Wm. V. Clarko, ex-sdjutanl gen
oral am General Mcl'horson's nafTand ex
ember of Congrosi, who was appointed
peat toos'tor t Galveston against thorn-
BaoattKnccs of those who knew Mm, has
TMlgBtd. Borne two weeki ago, a post
cffloa ipecial agent was toot down to
overhaul the post master's aocounls and
fouad a deficit of about ton thousand dol
lar. Thus go tbe earpot baggers,
Km. SrjArxB, an aged and wealth;
lady of Miami county, Ohio, U ono or the
leaden of the whiskey war in Dajton.
She to thlldlots and rich.and u an Induce-
ieat to ona of the liquot daalora of Day
ton, who (i a young men by the name of
Attc, eflered to adopt him as nor ion and
hair, IT, ha would threw out his slock In
trad and quit the buiinois. Mr. Kalz
Han't want to bo adopted, and reiiitotl to
laravr Out bis liquor. "
Ir Georgo Alfred. Townsond, w ho is
writing a lifo of Senator Sum nor, and
who (earns to know all about the hi bits, of
that gentleman whilo living, tells
the truth In regard to his up.
paltU, tho docoaied senator, in nddl.
tloa to his dlioaio of angina pectoris, and
Ihilajury whioli ho fancied had resulted
freoa the attack of Preston Brooks, might
hev been also tho subject of a complaint
similar to that which afflicted the non-hyp-ohontrlao
in Bulwer's novel of Eugene
Area." Goth tolls us that Mr. Sumner's
"palate took a wide range from Sicilian
and Spanish light wines to port and Ma
rt er la and thS' best clarets of Franco and
Hangary. Ho was a very groat eator, and
liked sweetmeats, gamo, largo ho, joints,
aid the mountain mutton of tho Dull Bun
fd Caloctln country," whtoli reminds us
foretwly, of tbe ainnors wbicn uutwer's
iek anan ate-"half a tureon of strong soup,
tore pounds, at least, of stowed carp, all
tfeaindar part of a sirleln of beef, throe
qBBileri of a tongue, the moloty of a
auonn, six pancakes, a tartlet, two dev.
meg Biscuits, an anohovy, and wine!
Tart ballot is a luxury which tho women
M Illinois Lava scarcely a reason for
longer desiring, unloss it is that best
ind most unanswerable of all the sex's
aaaons'they want it because they want it."
Tae revised bill In relation, to husband and
rife has passed both bouses of the general
ssemblj, and with the signsture of the
evsrsor will beoomo a law. This bill, if
i does sot place a married woman on a
trfect equality with her huibacd,be9tow(
a her many of bis, herotoforo, oxclusire
ghat. Women who hare boon clamoring
r extension of their privileges,
ay examine ma bill and con-
atulete themselvos. Under it,
Harried woman may ir all casoi suo and
Bad, without joining her husband
th bar, to the same extonl as if she
KUtanmarriad; an attachment or judo
sat may be in forced against hor, aa if
4 ware a singlo woman; if sued with
r husband sho may defend for hor own
i .ht; If he neglects to defend ibo miy
'land for him also, and vloa versa. She
y run in debt to any extent that pleases
', With tho fcliclliriui knowledge that
husband is not obligated to pay the
it unless ho wishes to, but that she her
1 1 is responsible for .them. Sho may
five, uio and possets hor own earnings
no faar of intorferanco in
B enlovmont of thn
2 tsr husband or his croditors.
j uujr ujiain, usnuic, uianagn, soil and
M y property independent of him, and
wv.v.v uuuirncu ana
srcod against her the same as If she
a unmarried, but she cannot entar
i fKirtnershlp business with any other
I -'" tun uubuiuu i conseni, un
ihe be idiotic or insane, or is iu the
iteiitlary, or has abandoned ber.
We the bill corrects many abusos which
1 tinfnrttin(nlif nuf.,1
j j won unen
B!led to suffer, it makes marrlol wo-
r, In aome events, oqually responsible
Ml as squslly prWllegod, with mar
Isaon' . r
tiBllssionnry to the
"IS live 7 Oil t a?o. n
'it 1ITO IQ&ri 170. WLI tmntlilm
V - . ' , I " ' " ' " b mil
jc atmoug the uatlyns, when a nold
' 0 Tlber 100 W"011 marritd
' . eligible, praswited himself for ban.
... Ill was told that llm .v,.i.(i... -i
If. Bliowao out one wife. K thade of
L. ... ' w .. . ...I.n I D.
lis inougui irouuiaa 1111 leaturet for
Vncnl. and then hedeDartad in u.n..
.nine several weeks afterward. l.
,!uJe all rlgh now mo got only ona
T "Where aro the others 1" inquired
'Usslonary. With a look of self.
Ration and conscious Integrity he re-
9 ncwwlnnlnw fain I- tn i! .T . I . .
1 vIm br liallvin nr ntkmr nn
.U copper end reaches th clouds."
Jata lower end to a rallrnsd track,
Hi up currants, of'alaetrlaity, All
-r has to do for a safeguardagalnst
U to buy a balloon, three or four
rf 0per wire, a battery, a rail
jiiaomo fas worki.
FINANOH-THl DISTRICT INVK3
T1GATXOM OHKA1 THANSPOB
TATIONTHR OflfSADR TOO
oood to rm tuuk.
(Sucilal Cr. of Tub Hm.t.BTiv.
WAintNnTo.4, V. 0., March 24, J8T4.
After ranch preparation and consider
able skirmishing tho financial battle com
Btanoed yesterday in oongress in down
right earnest the first victory being with
the inflationists. In tbe house, after vot
ing down soveral amendments, it was do
termincd to legalize tho issue of $44,000,
000 "reserve" by plno'ng.lho amount of
legal lenders at f 100,000,000. This was
donebyavoto of 108 yeas to 77 nays.
Tho Incrco U practically only $18,000,
000, for that is the amount of the f 1 1,000,
000 now on hand tho secretary of the
tressury having isiuod $20,000,000 during
the past fire months in defiance of law.
The ed'ect of tho law is to Icgnllr.n tho
action (if tho snerelary, rotore legal ton
dors to tho original amount and to irull
calo very plainly that the hoimo it in fu
ror of an expansion of tho currency.
The South and West waro almost solid fur
expansion! tho Now Kngland stales, wilh
tho single exception of lien lltitler, wore
against it, while tho Middlo states wero
divided. Fifty-two Democrats voted lor
the bill and twonty.two against it. One
hundred ar.d fourteen Kepubllcans voted
for and fifty lour agnlnit It. Tho senate
flnancu committee reported thoirnew bill,
a tort of compromise, a bodgo-podgo that
will bo neither ono thin? nor tho other
which will bo opposad by tho InQationlsts
who aro qulta llushod with their victory
in the houio. This bill will. It is thoueht.
be baforo the senate tday. During tba
discussion of tho pending curroncy bill,
Senator Morton ipun out a long and la
bored argument In favor of inflation.
Senator Behur. very coolly and deiiber
erataly went to work to dissect, not only
the argument prosentcd, but applied tho
knife to tho senator's record on this quos-
Iap nx.l n.AAA.l..J . .. t.- . 1 .
niui jfiwvUIVU ftv BUUW inHl
be has beoa on both stdos of
every imbllc question which has
been boforo the country for years past.
Mr. Schurr. quoted Morion against Mor
toa, showing that only twelve months ago
irom.hi own words, ho was strongly in
favor of contraction and the rommptien
of specie payment. Morton writhes un
der tho koon thrusts and humorous salllos
of his tormontor who sparoa him not.
1,11. L..l. rt ... i . '
u.. uu nur aim gmiurias wora con
vulsed with lautrhtor at tho utter hln-
lessnoes of tho pilloried ;indlanlan. If
Secretary Richardson is any way at all
tnln eklnued, bo alsp was rnado very un
comfortablo for ho was proiont whon the
action of himself and bis uredoeessor.
Mr, Uoutwell, in re-issuing tho raiorves
was denounced as a mostgrois and wanton
violation of the;iaw. Tho Joy of.tho San-
aie inuatlontiti ovor tho victory in tho
inii.n an . . ; i .
quuo sanguine or similar success In tho
Senate. We shall havo somodoflnito pol
icy auopwa witu rogard to finances in
Tow days now, and be it good or bad will
enable tho buslnois men of the country to
anow bow to act so that business may go
aiong as usual.
THK Diarnicr t.s vkstiuaton.
The Congressional investigation
uistrict matters is progressing. Tho
counsel for the memorialists havo filed
eleven additionttl ehangot against th
District govornmint. Amonir them i
. i. . t . . n ,
" i'i 'nB ot n.ua-'.io in oxcoss o
tbe contract cost of Improvement?; also
of paying S1C,278,661170 for work which
they undortook to do for $0,318,307 of
imposing nrx indebtedness of
over $23,000,000 over nd ahovo
tho appropriation of congress; nnd
or refuting to tako thu lowost bids and
after fixing a scitlo of pricos priva'.oly
cnanging it and Increasing tho prico to
favorite contractors etc., etc., ate. Messrs,
Uellelt, Kilbourn and Jamo M. Latta
wero on tho stand but gavo tivasivo and
unsatisfsctory answers and Also refusod to
answer certain questions. The law with
rogard to contumacious witneses applies
i only to committees ol either homo,
This being a joint committee, its power
to compel witnesses to answer was ques
llonable. So Mr. Wilson yesterday intro
duced a resolution in Congisna making
contumacious witnesses amenable to
aithor house. So, Messrs. Iatta and Kil
bourn, or any othors of tho ring who
may bo disposed to play mum, will Und
that the committoo has the power to com
pel answers. Times do not look bright
for tho "Boss" and his crowd.
The solect committee on transportation
has noarly ccmpleted its report, nnd
moetings will bo held un lo-nlcht and to
morrow night at tho house of tho chair
man, Senator Windom, to oonsidsr the
report aud pass upon its various parts. It
is thought thut tbe commlttoe will recom.
mend aid for sno of tho inner lines of
water communication, nnd ulto for tbo
proposed linn of rnlUsy from tho West
to New York.
Tiar.oitAi'11 siiAHp nucriCB.
Yesterday, Mr. Pierce of Mossachu-
stu, offered a resolution to provont out
siders from knowing what is sunt over the
wires. Under the Morso tjitem a Morse
operator can stand by a telegraph Instru-
men; una toll what tbo message Is that Is
going or coming. During tho Simmons
contest the dispatches sent by Mr. Pierce.
. j ... . 1
uni.icu nunaiona coiiirmatlon,
wore known to Hen ilutUr
friend, within an hour aUer being, sent to
Uotton. In ordtir to provont other lien
butlers Irom tapping the means of com
ttiunlcation, the tel.gr.pt, Imtruotont. In
tbo seuth wing are to bo Insulated so that
no ene can hear any atosssge seat from
the capltoi. This was one 0f ilutler'a
sharp tricks lo win, and It succeeded.
Dr. Dlo I.owis, champion gettor-up of
the woman's crusado, Is hero preparing
to go to work on the rum sellers. He
purpose! going for the grocery stores and
drug stores first, aud than the saboas.
lie does not bellsve In prohibitory laws,
but li firm tn tho conviction that prayer
will accomplish the work, lie thinks that
the good will bi) pormaucntj and points
to Ohio, whoro none of the doted saloons
''have been or will be opono.l." Ona tblng
Is certain neither thn drinker, the tern
poranco man, nor tho liquor seller, can
object to prayer as a means of promoting
temperance, but I am hardly as sanguine
as Dr. Dio Lowis as to its eMcacy. If it
can accomplish tho results hero that It has
In Zintsvlllr, Ohio, whsro Mr. Leggett,
Commissioner of I'atonts, (nys thoro Is
not ono liquor-soiling plnco open, it will
be n miracle, rnd I shall bo willing to be
Ilevo in the millennium coming within
If the (oiks of tills burg do love ono
thing more than another, It Is an occa
sional milter of corn cssonco and a toddy
in tho morning lo open tholr eyes.
CAN'T IIKt.lKVK ir.
There arj.some things that aro hard to
beliovo etpociatly good nows. Tho
report that Judgo llichardson, Secretary
of tho Treasury, is about to resign his
plnco and go into partnership with tho
banking homo ot .lolin Monro nnd Co., ol
Paris, is i f tliit kind it is too rfood to bo
UHODK ISLAND' JSKXT
A. LKOISLATUUU TO 1111 KI.KUTHD
ON TUK KlltST Ol-' Al'HIL-l'ltO-I'OSINO
WHKItB THOUSANDS OK MHN
Pnoviur.M K. March 123. On Wednes
day, Apr. I 1, is to bo chosen thu IcgliU
turo that will olect a successor to Suiiator
Spragno. Tho nnmo of William Sprague
has not, tn lar, liuun inentlonod by auy
one In connection with another torin; it is
probable, thorolure, that the' senator will
devoto his timo for sonio years to como to
removing tno tortunos or bis bouse, and
that tho Anthony Jlepubllcans will have
it all tholr own way. Tho question of
tho eonatorahip will be settled within the
The contest, if contost it m&v be called.
boing within party linos, is ontlroly a
personal one. The names mentioned
most prominently aro Nathan Dixou of
weilorly, uenornt Ambrose 15. Uurnside
nnd Qovornor Howard of Coventry,
whose trlendlv rotations will not bo dis
turbed beoauso they are talked about for
me sonata, uovernor Howard has been
renominated for his present hleh ofllco.
but wonld probably bo willing to givo it
up ii no woro uauea upon by the fogltla
Ex-Conurossman Dixon is lookod upon
as tho loader of the party in ibo westorn
section of tho state, which Is now unrep
resented in the Senate, both Anthony and
aprague Doing trom rroviilonce, tbourb
Sprauge nominally lives in Cranston, a
luuiiy-ioiiieu piaco near me city. Uixou's
maims, tboretoro, are strong. In Con
gress ho was a quiet, honest, bard-work
ing committooman, bettor kuown for for
warding good laws than making good
spoocbes. llo is an old-timo statesman.
and has no sympathy for the Duller-Sim
General llurnsido is lthode Island's llv
Ing horo. The pooplo, whether tboy like
him personally or not, aro proud of tho
tact tnat a citi.an or this small Htto onxa
liUUJUIAUUVU UH A , m. . tUm J.M.
Ai lnni ho llv thnrfor hn .III
lookod up to with respect, and his or
- ,.I . ' . r.
lnnlrn1 In tn with Hini.t anrf ht. av-
prussions or opinion will have great
woigni in ma councils or party.
Tno state sonato is acting with senato
rial deliberation on tbe bouse resolution
to submit to tbo people an amendment to
tho constitution erantinz to women tbe
right of sudrage. All tho malo citizens
of ltboda Island are not allowed to vote.
several mousana oi iue loreign born, in
cluding many ex-soldiers, being deprived
oi ino irancnise oecauso may uo not own
real .statu. Willi ail bumll tv toward
mo ladies, mieniit not oe well to entran
cbise some or tholr husbands first?
ALMOST A HOKROR.
ATTKMPT OF STRIKEKb TO ULOW
Ui TUJS INDIANAPOLIS
lIiidlauipollH Journal, March 10.
The bar mil) aud muck roll hands at
the Capital City Ilolling-Mill, about
un.on In number, struck H.turdsv forth n
oiu team oi prices, u neso men bad ro
piacod tbe atrlkors who abandoned tho
works sonio several weoks aco on account
oi a rouueuon oi wacos to tne I'llUburc
srnlc. Their places were In turn Allot!
on 3londay by a gang of colored men
brought here from tbe iron works of
Uracil. Shortly after uildnlsht vesterdav
tbe fires were siartod under the boilers at
tbe mill for tho commencement of onora
Hons at throo o'clock in tho mornlnir, the
usual hour for becinnins: work for the
day. In anticipstiun of trouble with tba
strikers, a detachment or police were on
band to assist in quolltng any outbroak on
tneir part, a no
i engineer arrived botwoen I
o'clock, and upon testing
two and throo o clock, and upon teitlnr?
his guagei found that thora was little or
no water In tho boilers, which are three
In numbor, each thirty foot in
length. Uo was about to start hit
pumps whon his attention was attractod
by a strong stench of burned iron and tbo
appearance of rod hsat at placos on tbe
boilers. The fires were at once nuenched
and tho boilers allowed to cool, when It
was found that they had boon tapped and
were perfectly dry. Had he started his
pumps a terrifu explosion would have
boon IbO result, to tho total destruction nf
tho mill, and tbo killing of tuott, if not
an oi tno men wituin it.
iho boilors were soon nlueped. the firm
rebuilt and the mill starteJ. At the hour
of noon, whllo Iho rolls woro idlo, somo
graceless scamp, doubtless ono of the
trikors, inserted a chunclc of iron In the
cogs of tho machtnory. Tho obstruction
was not ootecied, and when work was ro
lumod. it broko out a numbor or m
disabling ono set of rolls and doinn dam
ago to tho amount of sevorat huudrods f
dollus. The strikers aro not connected
with tho Union, If tho above outrages
can bo fastoned upon them they should be
igorousiy punished. Tbe mill Is now un
er guard of a detail of polico.
DIFFICULTY ABOUT TO UK SKT
TJjED. St. I.oiil Ilcpiibllcarf.)
Maryland and Virginia have never vet
kuuou inoir oounuery una, Having bad a
uupute aunui a portion ol tl aver since
in jj. ihey have had costly lurveys,
court trials, and some small wars and
bloodshed, and are further from a settle-
nt ui iuii territorial quottlon now than
isoy M'ero c,nturl Of lato years the
wv Kiuiin Illliua III flttmitik fi-.
ncreatod Incalculably In valuo. The
and involves iho pouesiion of a larca
ectlon or lha l'otoin.e with Ii.
rights, and thn oyster haryett is the prin
clpal element of valuo which gives vital
ity to tbo contest. Mnrl nri aaantsl lltsa
claim settled and dono with it. That state
has proposed to leave the whole matter
to a board ol arbitrators, led his smt a
commission to the Vircinia legislature to
effect such an agreement. Maryland
names .ludga .lore Ulack to represent
hor in such an arbitration. Virginia
don't exactly know yet, but thlnki she
will go to tho supreme court with that
"lhe president of Spain," says an ex.
change, "is lo receive a salary of $100,000
per annum." "Well, koep that to younolf,
ploase. It ii calculated to make our pres
ident think hols tunning the concern
for almost nothing.
Sartoris is the name of tho estlmablo
young gentleman who Is to mary into the
Wbito llouse, and tho Washington correi-
Eondonts who wrlto It Salcratus ought to
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
TH KO DOHK T1LTON AN l PLY
AND 111 V Kit
MuMl-llls, March 3J. Lovini, tho
Iccnl editor of thu Vlekiwurgor,who klllud
Calkins, was acquitted.
' Otlaw'i Out.
Ottawa. March !i". Sir John A. Mac-
donald has formally roslirned the leader
ship of tho opposition, und Dr. Tuppor
will probably ba chosen to sticceod hlui.
IIai.timohe, March 27 Ona man was
fallly, and throo others seriously Injured
by tbe explosion of gas in a street sewer
Dktroit, March '2.1. Tho depot build
Inn of tho Grand Kapids and Indiana
railroad at Kalamazoo was destroyed by
tiro tbis aiiernoon. .uxs B7,uou. rar
Bavo.vxe, March 27. Dispatches from
Carlltt sources dated at Duraneo yester
day, claim aucnosses for the insurgents in
tno soconu day s iigbting tritb Marshal
CiucAoo, March 27. Karly this morn
ing, W. V. Houghtating of New York,
gonoral western agent of tbo Hoo print
ing press, stepped into an elevator shaft
at the Clifton Mouse, about two o'clock
thli morning rllliir & dUtuco of ahout
I" Z . C . . . .
I V" . " . ". l"-. , .' rlln
I nea irom iiicu no uieu vo-uay.
Bhahpobd. March 27. C. P. Wrlcht
teller of the Bradford Savlnco Hank and
Trust, Company, whose sudden disappear
ance and subiequont arreit at Pottidam,
New tork, caused so much excltomont
here, it now believed to have been cuiltv
oi rouuing iuo oana anu, attempting to
ourn tne ouuuing to conceal nis crime.
Philadelphia, March 27. Several
wholesale drug houses have received
lately, extonslon orders for drugs frosn
Waco, Texas, which prove fore-erics. The
total amount is about $100,000, but the
forgories were discovered before the goods
reached their destination, and aro beine
roturned to tbe shippers.
Cincinnati, March 27. The women
prayed to-day at a saloon next door to
tbe chamber of commerce. A croat
crowd collected and the police had con
liderablo difficulty in proiervincr order.
I The board of Aldermon to-day unani
mously paisod a resolution requesting the
mayor to enforce tba ordinance nrevnnt.
ing the annoyance of saloon-keepors by
Women praying. The mayor will croba."
bly issue the proclamation.
K1LLKI) ANU WOUNDXU.
Mauiiu March 27. Marshal Serrano
in a dispatch to the war office says his
losses iu tbo engagement yesterday
188 killed and wounded. Hii troonsr
tained all the prisoners captured from the
Carlists. Tho iniurgents'haTlng masted ho
nas reiinquisneu nis intention ol carrying
the town of Podso Absento till tho move
ment now boing performed by bis right
ITlUg It L'UIUMieU.
March 27. A Tuscon
special to tho Santliago Union, says that
later advices itata that Maior Kendall's
lato light with the Apachos resulted In 11
killod and 34 captured. Thov lav that
shortly after tho San Carlos outbreak, tha
Apaches had a fight among tbemsolves in
which four wore killed. Tho fight wss
occasioned by force used to make those
leave the reservation who wero unwilling
to a short timo ago.
Washington, March 27. Tho senato
committee on public lands voted to report
and recommend the passage of a bill for
the payment to tho states of Ohio, Indiana
and Illinois of two per cent on tha nro.
ceods of tho sale of public lands within
Tho committee on ways and means met
again this morning to procosd with the
Investigation or tbe rianborn caso, tbo ar
rangement being that Sanborn should ap
pear and mako his statement, subjecting
himself afterwards to cross examination
by tho commltteo. Aa soon as thn
oommllteo met. however, Sanborn's
counsel, Woodbrlduo, apoloclzad tar
the non-attoudaoco of his client, and said
that Sanborn's counsel in New York had
advised him not to appear before tbe com
mittee prior to tbo trial in Brooklyn, as
Sanborn bad no wish to keep anything
from the committee, ho had prepared a
little paper, and bad signed it, and he
(Woodbrldge) would read it to tbe com
mittee If that body saw fit to bear It.
Mr. Sanborn did not appoar baforo tbe
committee on ways and meant to-day un
der adri"a of his counsel In New York.
that be should not appear baforo bis trial
In Brooklyn, which begins ou Monday
A IIBATBD BBBATB.
i A hid, ... n i v u ... tu. .u. wij
day, M. Doblerl, a moBoarcalat, moved
that tbe assembly UKe a vote oa tba nrsi
day ot duly to deolde the future form of
government for France, lie urged that
It'WBS impossible to mako a constitution
wunoui nrsi lowing toe question oi
whether France was to be a monarchy or
republic. The motion caused great ex
citement In the chamber and a boated de
bate enauad. It was objected to by 330
I,ArATKTTt,March 27. The ladiei of the
city to-day inaugurated a prayer crussdo
aralnst tbe saloon-keopers. They visited
ten or twolve different places. In two of
them thor were dented admission, but in
all tho others they wore politely treated,
axeopt at Tofllns where a drunken crowd
of roughs assembled in tbe oar room and
sung songs, yelled, hoolod, and Indulged
In blaspheming that completely drowned
the voices ol the ladles who wore slnclnc
and praying. Tbo ladies are not discour
agod, but resolved to go on with the good
worn in tno hope ol accomplishing good,
1 - . 1
OUV.vknme, March 27. tion. Urd ar-
rlvod here to-dny, though it Is undertool
that ho is not on ductal uusinoss.
uno oi luo uoau uroibers Who realdi.t
horo nnd hat a ranch tit Scott's Iltuff
whoro Martin was killed by tho Indians,
rocuivcu a letter lo-day trom iho Uover
nor of Nebraska, In which lie states that
he has been refusod by tho president lo
navo mo general government aid in plac
ing Iho border in a stalo of solf delenio.
lie says that tbo press of Kastorn No
-,. ll.l. n,l ., n ,l ..tl I.. I.I.I
viw ..., i. t.uojiBw iu uu nit ill hie
power to protect tho residents and prop
erty, but is powerless lo do in on thu ex
tromo bordors without tho aid of the mil
Information from the Itcd Cloud
agency, dated tho 24th last., snys that
tho lodges lesson each day. Hod Cloud
has gone, and Hit) beoves aro now issued
whoro 350 woro issuod horetoforo.
New York, March 27. Tho congre
gational council, which was in secret ses
sion till 1 o'clock and then took a recess,
received a letter from Theodora Tilton,
asking that he bo accuruod tho courtosy
of contributing to the official records a
correct statoment of his own position, be
cause his position has been misrepresented
in'tbelr body to bis grievous injury. Ha
says : "First, in 18H0 I became a mem
ber of Plymouth church; in I8CJ I dis
continued my connection with that
church; In 1873 my name, which still
lingered on tbe roll was officially
erased and my retrenchment from
the Church was oxecuted by me In strict
conformity with tbo rules of the Church
and tbo validity of my act has since been
signally and repeatedly ratified by unani
mous voto of the Church, affirming and
re-affirming the principle on which that
act was based. That principle, as I hold
It, is tha free right of a freeman to saver
his connection with tba Church by bis
free will, and I shall never become a
churchman in any Church In which this
is not a rule.
2nd. Four yoars after I had thus torn
mlnated my connection with Plymouth
Church, I wai charged by a member of
w Wr having nlrculat.il and pro
mulgated icandali derogatory to the
Christian integrity of tha pastor and In
jurious to the reputation of tho Church.
A widespread ltnpresslon prevailed that
whatever other points wore in doubt,
there could be na doubt that I had slan
dered tbe pastor of Plymouth Church. I
hereby declare that not then, nor since,
nor at any time in all m lira hv l
uttered slander against any human being,
xne urookiyn 'Union' savs of Tilton
letter in Nor. ikTl that U. Wk..n
once a warm friend of Tilton and subject
of his biographical pea, published in her
weekly a gross story about Beecher. Hha
namid Tilton among others as authority
ror nor statement. Tilton has never pub'
llcly contradicted her. has niTtr nro.
nounced her storv f.ltn. Tha nnlv
.i.i v i... ii ..
tuiug no um uvor Bem on tno tublec
no said in a letter, published months af-
tor tne aitgracelul story bad become fa
miliar as a house hold word throughout
tuu tuuuirjr, mat wuni no tnen said was
to effect that bo could not tall tha truth
for tear of piercing somebody's heart, as
with a thunderbolt. Tha
ior xiiton now to answer it. "1)1.1 vnu
evorteil Woodbull or anybody else what
she said in hor nuhllcattnn nr Unumh..
1872, you had told or did you say before
ueror anyooay eiso wnei sne then and
tnare alleged r
Tho freight hands of tho Erie railroad,
. -.-!..- I. .11 - . . . . . '
uu uu n .tuns, usm a meeting to-nigoi
and resolved to accept tbe terms otfered
oy mo company will resumo work lo
At a colored ball last night tha ticket
taker threw a man down stairs killing
uim intiauny. a numoor or arrests havo
Wabuinuton, March 27. For the
Northwest and Upper lakes and Lower
Missouri valley, northwesterly winds veer
ing to southeasterly, railing brometar
and rising temperature to-morrow and
partly cloudy weather.
For Ohio valley northwesterly and
nortboastorly winds, eoldar and cloudy
weather with occasional rains.
For Lower lakei, westerly winds, rising
oaromoier, coiuor and partly cloudy
For Southorn States, northwesterly and
southwesterly winds, riling barometer,
increasing cloudiness and rain In Uulf
For Middlo states, Increasing cloudy-
nets anu rain. laiune lomneraiure and
For Mew Kocland.northwosterlv winds.
lower temperaturo and partly cloudy
Tbe rivers will probably rise at Cairo
and Yankton and fall at Nashville Cln
cinnatl and Louisville.
The condition in thu lower and contral
Mississippi yallv favor the formation of
Pitts nuRii, March 27 Monongabela G
foot 8 Inches and stationary. Weather
cool and cloudy.
Vicksburo, March 27. Up Paragon,
Henry Ames. Down Kiporter. Illver
rising slowly, w earner warm.
Cincinnati, Marsh 27. River 24 feet
and falling. Arrived Arlington, Mem
phis. Departed Andes, Wheeling.
Mkmpiub, Marco n. stiver ten one
Inch. Weather cloudy and quite cool.
Arrived Bannock City, White river.
Departed capltoi uity, st. Louis.
Nashvillb, March 27. Hirer falllns
with 32 feet on shoals. Weather oloudy
and damp, Arrived Bransford and A
P Green, upper Cumbsrlsnd. Departed
Burksvllla, Paduoab. j
Etj.hsvil.lb, March 27. Weather I
BO Ohio XaSVM
EDMUND HTJEFNER Proprietor.
The Planter'! Homo it located on Olilo Lme Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LANDINGS,
Aud iu the Center of ttio BtuineNa J'ortion of the Cilv. Tho ITnua. I.
an.u conipieto ,u all itn appoml...tjiilH.
bcinK elegantly rurnidhed un.l carpclpil.
inent and tlio jc-t of accotiiniodattob-,
Transient O uttl $2 pur J)ay.
Trusty Watch for Trains
Phil. H. Saup,
Washington Ave. Cor. 8th Stvaet.
This is tlio only place in (lie City where there is a General Auortauat of
American and French Candien. All I ask in to call and examine them for
ROSE & TEMME
FRENCH AND ORNAMEN
FLOWERS, LEAVES COMPARED HANDS, BIRDS
And Kverytliinu Pertaining to Confectioners Ornamental Goodi,
NO. 172 WASHINGTON AVENUE, r
(.between 10th and 11 Hi rs.)
Ordera from Abroad will receive Prompt Attontion. Festivals and Pic-nics
Purnihlied at Roduccd Prices.
cloudy with light rain; mercury 34 to 40:
river fallen 2 feet with 37 foot by mark.
Port list down Uerrouda, Kiigour, Char
mer, iarotcon. xteese ana narirni. Ariim.
sas Belle, Fayotto, Hoberti and Lawrence.
St. Louis, March 27. Arrived Ho
ver. fituburc; Joo Kinnv. 8hraanort!
b Roy. Keokuk: Clinton.
aui nut,, .i -kr t- -tn. . 1 '
"'B"viuiu iiTor, juaggio, iiunois river:
Comet, Upper Missiisliini! Utah. Now
ri . l.- . . . . ' ' ' - - "
wioaus. jjepartea nolle Memphis and
Gilmore, Ohio river; ltob Boy, Kookuk:
Maggie and Cornet, Illinois river, Kiver
mine: rain, bail aud tlant tn.il.v
Ior and froeinn to-iiluht.
Louiuvillk. March 27. Kivor falllm-.
with 10 foot 0 inches in canal and 8 feet
0 inches In Indian chute. W.ath.r
oloudy, with indications of rain. Busi
ness very dull. Arrived Thompson
Doan, J D Parkor. Alfred Slovens. Cln.
cinnaii, tiornoi, r.ua, r.niorprise, Xiiok
Fulton No 2, Pittsburg. Departed Al
fred Stovons.Dyersburg; Thompson Dean,
New Orleans; J D Parkor, Memphis;
Hornet, Ella. Enterprise. Dick Fulton.
Pittsburg; Coal City, John A Wood.New
Orleans; Sam Brown, Cairo.
M kufhib, March 27 Flour dull and
unchanged. Corn meal unchanged. Corn
and eats, market bare. Hav. mixed 17 00
18 00; timotby 21 00. Bran dull at 22 00.
Pork Arm at 10 Go. Lanl Qrm atOMuUO).
Bacon firm; shoulders 71rui73: sides 'JfS
Cincinnati. March 27. Flour oulet
Wheat quiet 1 4Sl 46. Corn firmer
mi higher, mixed 6fjG8c. Oats quiet
naioo. nvu aia.uy l -OJC. Aiariav null.
Kesri stoady. Butler steady. Che.sa
Orni. Pork firm 10 00. Lard iimn.r
steam 9c; kottlo OJo. Bulk moats firm,
shoulders CJ; clsar lb 0J; clear l'l9i.
wuisay siueuy ui.
Sr. Louis. March 27. Flour dull and
WhMt No 2 spring steady I 24;
fall dull, red 1 361 3fi; No2 I 601 62,
Corn firmer, No 2 mixed Cg83j. Oats
easier, No 2 mixed 4960. Barley
nuiet and unohanirail. Ra nulat Ulims'2
Pork active and higher 16 0i16 7C; D
msai cuoygot; clear rib at vmccy icid
- OAIHO. ILLS,
Tho rooms), aro lar.m .,,,1 .:. fcj "
I! ...ill T.. . "
iiiet" will rrceivc rimrleoua Irrat-
Dn.y Hoanlnrs&X) iGr Monll
and Boats Day and Night.
' ... ...
Itctail dealer iu Fine
at 8c cash; clear aides, soller April at St.
Joe 8Jc; Jobbing and order lou packed,
sold, shoulders OJc; clear rib 8e; clear
8 j. Bacon firm with an upward tandancy
shoulders 6Jc; clear rib 9c; clear IA9I.
Lard firm, prime steam 8c. Whisky
arm and tending upwards, tales war
made at !2o.
Nkw Ohi.ba.nh, March 27 Flour dull;
common 4 50; XXX G 607 10; family
7 7S9 00. Corn in fair supply and good
domand; whito mixed 75; white 76m7 :
yellow 80. Oats firmer at 04(265. Bran
100 sacked red sold at 1 05. Bay dull ;
choice 21. l'ork soarca and firmer at 192.
Dry salt meats firm at 7, 8, 81, and 84.
Bacon scarce and firm at 7t0J10; hams
1 Lard tcarco and quiet; in
tierces 99; kogs 9jlo. Sugar dull;
fair to fully fair 07J; prime 8; tba
stock is 5,830 hogrheads. Molasses th
receipts are light; low centrifugal 406O.
Whisky dull ; Louisiana 05 ; Cincinnati
1 00. Cofi'ee quiet at 22Ua2). Cam.
meal firm at 3 453 50.
Chicago. March 27. Flour dull anil
unchanged. Whoat fair demand and ad
vanced. No 1 spring 1 241 1 25; Mo a
1 191; roeular 1 201 fresh cash : 1 101
April; No 3 1 IS. Corn steady, No b
mixod fresh 63J; April 02j; new No 2
mixod 601. Otts nulot and weak. No 2
fresh 4S45 cash; 40 May. Bye scare
firm and hlshor: No 2 regular uo- fraik
02. Barley firm; No 2 1 15: No 3 1 3BA
I 35. Whisky firm 03. Pork daman?
activo and advanced 16 cash or April
16 25 May. Bulk meatl demand fair and
advanced shoulders sold at 6 June
loose; S B April loose 8; S O April loose;
8 46. Bacon ataady and unoaanged,
Lard fair deroond and advanced 0 15 caih
or April; 0 80 May.
Nkw York, Maroh 27 Treasury dls
duraaments $82,000. Ouitom raeahaU
$444,000. Money eary at 5 par osit "
Sterling dull aad iteady at 4 86 far 60'
days, and 4 88 sight. Gold ranted at
H3113j; oloied at 118J. Carrying ratal
5 par cent. Clearings sixty millions.
Stat bonds quiet and nominal; ' Govern
ments firm. Railroad bonds aotlve and
strong, Tbe stock rnatket opened active,
iffilfper cent higher; cloihd weak, tba
advanea having bisn leak