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TKBJtS OF WBKICLV IIUU.KTIN.
Ono Year Jt 0.)
Sis Months 7ft
Throo Months TO
Invariably In advance.
Heading mutter on every imirc
The Illinois lcgltlaturo has actually
decided to adjourn sint die noil Tuesday.
Twksty thousand working mon of
Now York have potltlonod for tbe removal
or Architect Mullet.
Sesatoh Cam. Scuunj. has been in
vito! hy tho city authorities of llotton
lo deliver an oration on Charles Sumner
la Faneuil llall, and tho invitation has
Till shocks heard on Raid mountain
In the vicinity of Marion, North Caro
lina, aro becoming more violent ovcry
dty. Taopeoplo living on and near the
mountain havo moved out of tho reach
of danger in t'io oxpoctation of the buret
ice of a volcano, and Iftba mountain
doem't tocn erupt, they'll ba disap
The disastrous fires which have taken
plaeo in Ostbosdale-within tho last year
or two, have awaSoned tho citizens of
that town to the fact that a firo cngino
would ba a good institution for tho city.
It has so firo company, no ladder, and
cot even water bueketi cnou;h to supply
a hucdrei men In tho way of prepara
tion! for fighting tho tiro fiend, Carbon
dale it cortaihly bohind the timet for a
town which boasts of several railroads,
Normal University, kc.
Tne lUrrlsburg 'Chronic In' denies tho
toft Impeachment that Salino county it
infested by an organised gang of thieves,
and that toveral murders and rohboriet
have been committed in the town of Ilar
ritburg rocsntly. Tho robbery of thi cir
cuit elcrk't offico was perpetrated by a
young man living In tbo family or tho
deputy circuit clerk, woo has confessed
tbe deed, give up tho money four hun
dred dollars and been placed under nr
rett. Tho lawlessness said to exist in tho
locality It all In the imaglnat'on of totno
MnbiUout newt huntor.
SiMWoKf,jtbe new Iloiion collector, bai
ben before tbo commitu-o on wayt and
meant and bat told what he, knows about
baaboraacd the Sanborn contracts. It
teemt Sanborn Jt a powerful man in tbo
Eatt. IIo not only rant tbo secrotary
and assistant tecrctary of tbo treasury
and tbo internal rcvenuo oillcert, but all
tbo legislatures of tho Now England
itatet and manages tho butinctt of tho
railroads in tboto bodiot "at a morubor of
tbo third estate." From Sanborn's ropu-
tation, it it high tirao ho was rotirod from
the public service. Uo Is mora than nblo
ts tako care" of liimtelf.
A BtpunucAM papor publithed in
Nlles, Michigan, Is "especially anxious
that corrupt men In tho republican par
ty should bo detected In thoir rascality,
oxposod to public obloquy, banished from
offlct and ttrippod of honor, bocauso it
wantt only the best and ptirost mon to
hold offico and enjoy public honors."
Th anxioty or this dovotoo of ropubli
canltm, Is certainly becoming sat
isfied to n vory groat oxlent. The
daily reports from Washington city show
that the corrupt won in tho republican
party, from tbo hlghostto tho lowest, nro
fast being dotectod In their rascality, and
exposed to public obloquy, though, whilo
tbe government remains In tho bands it
now It, it ts not so certain that thoy will
be banished from ofllco or strippod of tho
honor which thoir offlco invests thorn
The "congregat'onal council" now be
ing hold In New York City hits excited
no Utile Interest. Tbo facts which
brought about tho council datu back more
than a year ago, and uru br'ully tboso:
On tho 31tt of October, 1B73, a member,
Theodoro Tllton, was dropped from tho
roll of PlymouthHenry Ward lioechor'ii,
church. Uocauto ho wont out from tho
church without a full investigation of lilt
caae and a publication or tho snmo two
tlstur churchot wore agStlUVOll atld mado a
formal complaint. Plymouth church was
askod to contont to con
feronco on tbo question nt is
uo. To this request l'lymouth
church refused to accede. Ltnr. tt.
were msdo by tho two sister churches to
mauce rjymoutu church to agroo to mb
mit thoir dltleroucos to a Oomrro.tl-.,!
Council. This M to private conferences
with Dm. Buddlngton and Storr on tbo
ono hand and Mr. Roeobor on tho olhnr
and to a lengtbonod correspondence, moit'
r wbich has Uo mado puMlc. Tuo
eonreroneo. d tho correspondence failed
to reduce Plymouth church to submUsbn
they equally failed to obtain Us Cini(m
to tho calling of a council. On their own
retpontlbility, tboroforo, Clinton avenuo
church and tbo Church of tbo Purlins
convened tbo council, which Is now In
session. Tbeso aro tbo surfaco fact, of tbo
". but It. real blstory i, on
wltb wulcb the reading pnbilo8 tolerably
fan ilia, and the stand which the churches
of Drs. Uuddlngtoa and Htorrs ZTu.
ken (bows an unmistakable purpose to
fore Mr. Ueechor to break tho sll0co
which he has so long maintalnod-to
ittltWconfeitordeny tho charges made
against him, It is tbo possibility or such
r-ult which .ttractt touardt thocon
gregational council n InleroU which
under ordinary clrciimiUncej would ,,t
bo felt In it.
TIIK NAPOLEONIC MOVKMKNT
'I IN rilANOK.
There Is so mo in ditguiting tbn fact
that tho movemont in Franco in behalf of
tho Princo Imperial, or Nopoloan IV., as
he it now termed tinco ho lint entered
upon hit eighteenth voir, it exceodingly
formidable. All tho French writers for
tbe American press acroo that practically
thcro aro now but two parlies among tbo
French peoplo tho Napoloonisls and tho
Republicans. Tho lato elections for tbo
asiombly show It. Tho Imposing demon
stration at Chisolhiirtt, Kngland, tho res!
donco of tho princo, on tbo lGth instat.t,
attondod by so many French politicians of
distinction, enrroborato it. Tbo enemies
of tho republic, or rather what patsod by
that name, fortboro has never Icon any
thing Jiko n republic in Franco, aro from
necessity driven to conccntrato upon him.
Tho Count do Chambord, tbo rcprerontn
llvo of tho llourlions, had a erod ohanco
six months ago, but ho threw it nway,
preierring to lo contitiant to an impossi
bio theory ratbor than king of Franco.
Tho Orlesnlsts, represented by tho Count
of Paris, havo nt best n revolutionary
right, b'o long as tho Count do Chambord
lives it is no bettor, upon tho principle of
hereditary tuccession, tlmn that of tho
Napoloonisls. The foundnr of tho Napo
leon dynasty was a child of tho revolution
of 1787, and more than nnyono nlso. ho
extonded Its fundamental principles over
f.uropo. no was ona oi tno people, and
was not born within anv decrco of tho
Tho Orlcanista r.to Hourbons or n
younger family, and nro next heirs in
succertlon. Tlioro it notblng in their his
tory that appeals to tho French lovo of
national clory. l)ut Napoleon I what
memories lie (nspiros. In their days of
desolation, although thoy occurred under
ono oi his name, tho 1-rcncli pooplo can
not lorgot that it was a Napoleon who
led them at lina, and who entered Horlln,
tho capital of thoir present enemies, in
triumph. It it truo ho had afterward hit
Mosco and hit Waterloo, but oven hit mis
fortunes, occurring in tho manner they
did, have but given him increased sym
pathy nnd regard. Ko also, of "the
third Napoleon. If ho had his Sedan ho
had previously adorned tho gallery of
ersauics wttn nit trophies or victories
won in the Crimea over Kuisis, and In
Itlaly over Austria. Thero it hardly a
rattant homo in Franco which it not
adorned with n portrait, no matter how
rough, of tho flnt Napoleon. Their
grandfathers and fathers, In nearlv all
catct, were soldiers under him. Thoy
have a roverenco for hit ideas almost
amounting to idolatry. It was that hich
made Napoleon III., bis nephew, emporor
of tho French. Tho reign of tho lattor
was lone for modern Fronch nnnals. and
it wts clouded by overwhelming mllitarv
misfortunes at its termination, but
In the main it added immonsoly to tho
material wealth and prosperity of tho
Fjench people. This is sufficiently evi
denced by tho manner in which thny paid
off so quickly their enormous war indem
nity demandod by tho German? throuch
tho form of a popular loan. Dynasties
of kings that aro dcttroyed by foreign
armies never sutler In tbo long run in tho
estimation oi inoir tinsels. it was tbo
arms of William 1. Emperor of Onr
many, which pulled down Napoloon III.
Jlut for their strength ho would havo
roigncJ until tho day ho died. Had ho
been willlne to mako terms with a for-
eicn enemy whlto in thoir possession, ho
could havo retained hit po'ition as Em
poror. This Is understood and gives him
Napoleon IV., whilo iuheriting tbo
halo which falls upon bis house, has nono
or the faults or misfortunes wbich occa
sioned their downfall. Therefore ho Is
strong. Ills mother, tho Empress Eu
genie, who would havo great influence
oyor him, is a devout Catholic, and is ro
garded by that church as a friend who
could ho as influential as any of tho Hour
bons in their bohair. What thoy could
not do for tho Hourbons, owinc to their
ttupldity. thoy will do for tho Princo Im
porlal. Tbo Napoloonlsts havo nhlo lead
ers in tbo French assembly. It was they
who olectcd Marshal McMahon Prctidont
of tho Eepublic. Ho owes everything to
them. At heart ho is an Imperialist, and
ho is doublcss cmplovinc all tbo powers
and nalronaco of tbe covornmcnt to ef
fect a Napoloonlo restoration.
A SOCIETY" SENSATION.
Chicago Timet)' Washington Corrcspon-
Washington society is all by tbo ears
in rogaru to tho story recently com
monced in 'Old and New.' written con-
jo'ntly byMissWlsoand Mr.Soverance,sho
n gramiuaugmor oi Aawam Everett, bo
a clerk in tho treasury. This Tom Hali
but, in his first suason in Washlncton. is a
severo but porfect travesty of tho twjll,
shoddy, carpot-bsg oligarchy that has
grown up like other mushrooms hero In
Washington with tho Konubllcan partv.
Tho story Is unmitigated!' slangy in stylo
oui Krimiy iruo to nature, laei and tbe of
ficial situation, Amnni: n lot of uovoro
things, it characterizes tbo ollioials hero
as "tho mob," which Is uncomfortably
truo, nnd as tho truth plainly told mnkes
us squirm, wny, they nro all squirming
hore liko a hundlo of eels. Not long elnco
a party of tho "mob" met nt a tewing cir
cle nt tho houso of Gen. lioal, when tho
story was discussed with riot n littlo acri
mony and reeling, Air. Soverunco being
present. .V.iss Hichardson, daughter of
tho socrotnry of tho treasury, goes up to
-ur. ujinroutu ana says ;
"Mr. Sovcranco, I belong to tho mob."
"Oh, no, Miss Hlclmrdson"
"Certainly sir," Intorupted Miss Hich
ardson, "you have called tho olllcials tho
mob. As n daughter of onu or them I bo
long to it, but if I do bolong to the mob I
wish you to understand, sir, ihnt nono of
my rotations keep n livery stable."
Aftrr delivering horsolf oi thU kind,
uracioiis, and most lady-llko speech, .Miss
Hichardson smoothed her milled loiitbors,
looking about hor with a triumphant ur
as though challenging tbo admiration of
l ho party for her msstorly annihilation of
tho enemy, tat down, and wo havo no
doubt felt bettor and more amlcablo to
ward the rest or tlln world for having in
formed tho assembled crowd that this
v. rM."' iw r fu'pr ,f p " iivy
", ' ""'uu 11 r"1S0 1 eyes and
call tho pen ierous-bralncd ofllcials "tho
At H X,. V..- ..... .
on tho banks of tbo Clyde, sovoral prom-
innl nml u,,.lii ..,.. ' '
... i 7 ,. . I,uul""i among wiioin
Tr i..r',,,Cr"llf 1110 "h'horess of ".John
tSii'ii! moUo al,irI,JUt0 P-"m. which
thoy did In u novel and graceM wny.
,!', I)10? w,,r, cf'l oiitltltd "sarely slg.
ed qiiotKtiont from tho Hlblo, from K?r
Mw.rU 'nrry. Pror, (!oo. AVIUon and
1 Koi -5 r rd tl" woriJ" l'Tln 'lanuurv,
lbai." fill nn. ...nt, .. '
then explnlned to tho scholars that If at
ithoTo term thoy required assistances ud
vice in tbo matter of choosing a trade, or
in any othor way, thoy wero to call on
present, and thoy would do all ")t
"wer to furthur their Interest!.
i"rS,rmr-..ot sI,lu''b or gulpuro not
lace. ff0m tUron lo four h ,1 '
neck n toad of the lr boas mod during
thowhtar. Tbo,v,i1()t.lllirilr(1 :
r he rfal .-ulpuro ,r thread-aco
THE UAjliO DAILY
From the New York .Mail.
Ono of tho ornamonls picked out for III
coming bonnot is tho ltusslan pompon. It
is of soveral colors nicely blondod, nnd
stands upright from tho sldo of tho head
gear llku nn Illuminated cornstalk.
A now freak of fashion consists of
birth nnnouncomcnt cards. Thoy aro vory
small, and tho announcement roads :
"Complimonts of Mr. and Mrs. and
son (or daughter, whichever tho caso may
bo), Fob. ao. 3 p. m."
Fiosh-culurod boots for ladles wear,
labolcd "Paradise boots," In nllusion pro
bablylo tho kind Evo woro, nro displayed
as n pleasing novelty by n west-sldo Cris
pin. Pcudeiitcarrlngs nro coming into
fashion again. Many now stylos nro ex
hibited in lloman gold, sumo of which nro
vory protty. Tho lobo ear-ring wos n
fashion or comparAtlvoly short duration.
Holls of Jot or rubber h.ayo taken thu
plnco of tboto conspicuous gold (7) Vialls
or buttons worn In the standing-collars n
short llniu ngu. Tortoise-shell buttons
nro also used In this wny.
They used to tie tho sash on tho left
sldo in ii pretty bow, but now, as they nro
worn of such wldo nnd hnndsomo ribbon,
tho ladies put them whurover thero is n
"break'' In their dress.
Thoso tcrrlblo undent crnpo shnv.is
worn by our groat grandmammas havo
bcon revived for scarfs. Thoy como in
whilo, pink, nnd blue.
Sunthadcsjiru In fashion again. Tbo
largo affairs aro withhold for n time, nnd
now tho corroct thing is nn article between
a tunshndu and parasol, of wblto cluny
lsco oyer white, or black over purplo.
Thoso muscullne, olub-hnndlo affairs,
which woro worn dangling from tho belt,
will not bo In fashion again thank good
nets. Soma of tho now Fronch flowers nro
made of tinfoil, colored and tinted in tho
most perfect style. Thoy nro very frail
nnd delicate, nnd on that accou.it it it to
bo presumed aro so expensive. Tinfoil
wroHlhes nround tho front of your now
spring bonnet will bo tho tip of tho fash
ion. Some of tbo new visiting crds nro four
inches long by two Inches wide, and of
hoavy brlttol hoard, tngntiy uniea or
wntered. Wo notice that tomo of tho
fashionable young men nbout town now
havo their residenco oncraved on their
visiting cards. This is advantageous if
ball or patty invitations aro expected.
Thcso larca nnd nwkward-looking
fans will net bu fashionable noxt summor,
wo bear. The lubstltuto Is vory pretty
und also serviceable not usually n com.
mon combination in tbeso days. Tbo
shapo is Pompadour, nnd thoro is ample
tnnco for crctt, monogram', mitlals, or
"scrlbblinc" on cither etdo. "Scrlbblini:"
en patanl, is quite nt fushlonablo now ns
it was twonty years ago.
Tho Iatott thine: in dolls 13 a young
lady or tinted wax, who, when wound up
and givon n high chair a thetabio,roac!ics
out her nrms, soizes n bit of bread, nnd
slowly nuts it In her mouth. When sho
has done this a certain number of times
'tis noccssary to opon hor hnct, removo
tbe food, and wind hor up again. Would
that human beings could bo relieved of
indigestion in tboenmo manner.
THE CHANGE OF MIN1STUY IN
K NO LAN U.
All tho Uladslono ministry went down
to Windsor Castle, two weeks ago, ench
one with his teal of ofllco In n littlo bag or
case. Eight of thorn, with tbo lord chan
celler at the bead. Thoy laid down tbeir
precious burdens solemnly on a table, and
rotired from tbo queens august presence.
Thoy returned to iondon per railway;
there was a crowd at tbo Windsor station,
but thoy woro waiting for the now minis
tors, wlio wore coming on tbo next train,
ox-Postmaster Lowe took a third-class
ticket.lho others travelled ilrtt-class. "Now
this," says tbo 'Graphic's' correspondent
"happened at half-past 1 p.m.; and for
more than an hour afterward tho queen
was loft alonu with tho seals, and England
was without a government! Hor msjestv
might havo done anything sho likod with
tho soalsf sho might havo mado hur faith
ful retainer, .John Hrown, lord chancellor;
sho might have thrown all tho soals into
tbo Are; sho might havo locked them up
in nclosot and refused to givo thorn up.
Happily, tho did none of thoso things."
Tho DonUh government has Just
granted a vary ltuoral charter to tbo ice.
landers, who havo long been clamoring
for almost entire separation from tho old
country. Too charter is to go into opera
tlon the first or August next, when will be
colebralcd tbo thousandth anniversary or
tho colonization of that Island. In all
matters ncrtiilnin;' to tho island particu
larly, nnd not belonging to tho imperial
IcgUlaturo, icoland will havo its own log
isiatian und administration. Thu national
representation is tho Althing, consisting
of thirty mombers elected by popular suf
frage on n very liberal lrnncnisii adapted
to-tho wnnts ot tho country, nnu six nom
Inatcd by tho king. A minister for Ico-
land, nominated by tho king and rcspon
siblo to tho Althing, is tho head of tho
administration. The indopondenco of tho
tribunals, freedom of Individuals, liberty
of faith and of tho press, of puUlio meet
ing nnd equality of citir.onis boforn tho
law, aro nil guaranteed. Tho Crown
Princo or Donmark will probably visit
tho island during tho millennial festivi
UYDHATE ok chlohal.
In nu article revlowing tbo evidonco
which from time to time has boon brought
forward for and against tho mo of hydrato
of chloral as n thorapoutlcM agent, tho
editor of thu 'Journal of Chemistry' de
clares it at hit opinion that it is n por
feitly enfo nrtlclofor any intelligent phy
sician to employ; that it produces it toiind
and refreshing sleep when used In caset
ot norvout wakefulness, leaving the brain
and digestlvo organs in a porfectly nor
mal condition; that thero is no organ or
function of tho system disturbed by it,
oven when Its use is long continued; and
that it has the singular property ot not
lining inoriipouticai iniiuoiico when
purtlstnntly employed tbo samo doso
given to the samo individual for a period
or nearly tbroo yeart, having Invariably
produced tbo ramo rofroshiiig sleep ouch
night. ..Tho 'Journal' n'tsorts, bow
over, that It is useless and impropor to
give tills at;ont to relievo pain-It is n hyp.
nolle In tlueplcsbnc-ss unattended by pain
and that tho doo employed by many,
physicians Is Insuillclcnt; ton grains havo
usually hut littlo influence upon sn adult,
twenty often foil to produce sleep, but
thirty or forty soldom full medium dotes
being hotter nt first, to bo repeated nt re
quired, A, GRAND CATHEDRA L,
A con cspondent writing tbo from City
of Muxlco.tnjs: "I cannot pn ten ! to give
n description or tbo Cathedral. 1 novor
saw so much gold nndtllver used ns orna
montt In the intorlor ot a building ia h
my lire-Holld silver columns, ten or
twelvo foot high, supporting gold candle
jtlekt, turrounded every altar, bronze rail
logs protect tho precious docoratlons from
tho cupidity of tho devout worshipers.
In overy recess wan an altar, nt somo of
which during my visit, lndios, gorgeously
nttircd, worn kneeling on tbo barn Moor
beside tbo llltby Indian saying mass, and
jtach alike dropping tbir fi.o -much or
little, ns the case may bu Into tbn gobbln
JJULLETfN, SUNDAY, MARCH at$L8&
box which tho nrlesl hold out. Paintings
on tbo walls, gold trappings around tbo
Bnureo. aieovos, and burnished gold nnd
silver In groat masses bohind' tbo princi
pal nltnr, mako tho intorlor ono sceno of
M tSUEIi LAN HOUS ' KW8
VIKNNA. March "8. Several deliullos
hayo proiontcd resolutions in tho lower
houso of Hcchr.ath, requiring tho govern
ment to oxnel from tho country tho
Jeiuits and nil ordars allilltcd there
St. PcTcnsuum, March !8. Marshal
Juvoll, United State minister, to-dnv
signol tho declaration respoctlng tho
trade murk, giving American manufac
turers equal rights with thoso of Kussin.
this is tho Urst treaty signed In both
tho ltussiar. nnd English langusgo.
Coit'MNUS, March 1!S. In tho Sonata
to dsv n bill was introduced to amend thu
building association liiws to nt to allow ni-
toclaliniit of no less than three portons to
purchase, hol.l nnd ilo.il In real oslate.
Tbo morning wat tpent in contidoring
appropriations, whoti thu houso adjourned
IJ.u.Tnioin:, March 'J8. Ohnppcll Hros
chemical works burned last night. Thoy
bad an insurnnco of $30,000 on stocks nnd
71,000 on tbo building, ot which 30,000 is
in the Kqultnbln of Xnthvllle, 20,000 each
in tbo St Joe of Missouri, Hrewors of
Wisconsin and Allornagne o( Ohio, und
1,000 ia the Franklin or West Virginia,
Homo.v, March i!8. Tho fifth ballot for
tho United States .Senator was taken to
day, with tho following result: Dawes,
hi; Hoar 75; Curtis 08; Adams 13;
Hanks 7: Whittior, Wnshburno und
Pierce received each 1 voto. Tbo whole
number of votes wcro i54, nocossury to
ehoico 1-8. Tho convention thon nd
journed till .Monday.
MIcS Mary Loui'a.Shaw has bequeathed
soventy thousand dollars to tbo cbnilnhlo
institutions in Hoston, remembering
tbo Catholic and Protostants alike.
tub roMTic.vi. ri.Kiinn.
Miuvaukke, Mnrch i!8. Tbn ladies
or Hlpon visited saloons to-day, but only
mado brior visits. This evfluing n largo
mooting is in progress. Many signatures
havo been obtained to thu political plodgo,
which is a premise to-voln for oillccrs who
will not issue licenses. There is another
meeting nt Onoro to-nlght,
and u demonitrntioii of saloons
it expected there next week. At H.wds
bury, Sank county, a largo mooting was
held last night for tho purposo of organ
ir.ing for tho movement.
COL. MAYS AKnittTK!).
KiciiMONii, Vikuinia, March 28
Colonel .losoph Mays, stnto treasurer.
turned this morning and was nrrestod at
tuo uopot and suhscuuontlv committed in
Jail to await examination. Ho shows ov-
idorit signs ot montal aberration.
air. Jlays was subscnuontly rolcasod on
ton thousand dollars' ball. Governor
Itompor to-day called tho nttontion of th
General Assembly to tho iibsenco of tbo
treasuror from tho ofllco, nnd n committee
was appolntod to consider tho noens.iHrv
nubii'u 10 ou laKCU.
JUKMi-niH, -March 28. John Franklin,
a colorod waiter nt tbo Wersham house,
wns fatally stabbed this evening by Sam
Finly, tho stoward. Finly bus not yet
Tho remains of Mrs. Ostrandor. Wm
-Munday and tho cabin boy of tbo Grot-
cent uity woro tarwarded to St. Louis to
day by tbn Grand Towor. Tho romolns
of Cajit. Dawson wero recovered to-doy
Tho ttonmert Hannock City and City of
Augusta wcro attached by tho shorlll'thls
morning In tho caso of tbo county vs.
Wm McLoan, defaulting lax collator.
Securities and bond woro given nnd tbo
AVASHIKnTo.v. March 28 Tho honm
committco on commerce hoard n dulofn.
Hon to-dsy from tho linnor Mlslsinnl
valloy on tho subject of an appropriation
for tbo improvement of the Falls of Sr.
Anthony. Tho committco has tho subject
J ho session of tho houso tn.dnr whs
for dobalo only on tbo currency bill, Mc
Dugal in tho chair. .Snenchns' worn mntln
by Hrlsbt, Whltohorn, Hucknor Cotton
1 ho house ludlclarv cnmmltten ln.ilnv
decided that no piovision should bo mado
out of the gonoral award for reimbursing
inturanco companies for uny loss Incurred
mini insuring vessels destroyed by con
NKWYoiiK.IMr.rch 28. Snnrks frnm
locomotive Inst night ignited n brush pllo
near Fsrmlngdulo, Long Island and in n
remarkably short Bpaca or tiinof.UU acres
or timber laud wero In flamor. Tho rain
this morning gavo n doculod chock to tho
unmes uowovor. numuer ot cattio and
hoy wero burnod.
Tbo commission of grain receivers of
tho Produce Exchange and representa
tives of thoditloront railroads terminating
bore, agreed to-day that tbo formor should
appoint an inspoctor-lu-chiot'and dunutv
ror tbe tormlnus or each road, who will
grade tbo whout on its arrival, nnd ac
cept eertlilcnto of tbo innpoctur at uny lake
port, as ovidonco of tho grndo, und tho
railroads pay tho Inspectors.
1'assenger trains on tbo Erin rnilrond
nro ugalu running regular. Tho strikers
at tho Susquehanna dupot aro being paid.
Two freight trains camo in coIIIhIou this
nflernoon on tho l'ennylvnnia Central
railroad, noar .lorsoy City, hilling tbo
llroman and bronkmaii mid fatally wound
ing conductor n nmod -Mot., The col
lision is attributed to tbo carelessness of
tbo tolegrnph oporator nt tho sh-nul
illlco, who ordered ono train to i-d on
when ho had Instructions to detain It until
tbo other hail pissed. Tbo oppnrator has
Reported Expressl.y for tlie Bulletin.
- KtisqHClmiiuit Brpol, 'n
Susoukii aV.va Depot. March 2. An
oxclted meeting or strikers has just boon
iiqid hero, Thoy nro II im nud united
and will not allow trains to pass nor r.ny
business to bo dono until tho rnllroad com
pany rtcceds to their donintidt. District
Attorney Uormal mndo nn addross to tho
strlkors assuring them that thoy had his
sympathy nnd wero not breaking laws.
The company hnvo this alternative, either
to n;ceed to tho ilomnhds or tbo men or
send for tho military, lntento cxcllo-
ment prevails Ihrougliout tbo vllllago nnd
tho sberlfl' nnd his posso all symiinthii'.o
with tho ttrlkors.
Cincinnati. Mnrch 28. Col. W.O
Tyrrell, Covington correspondent of
tho Cincinnati Commercial, shot nnd
killed Hon. Ilarvoy Moyers, In Covington,
Kentucky., this noon. After shooting
Moyors, Tyrroll did not attempt to ctenpo.
His frici)ds think bo wns on tho point of
Insanity, owing to an application pending
by his wlfo tar a divorce, and to tho cll'ecl
of a stab nearly killing him, which lie ro
eolved n few months ago. Meyors was
nttornoy for Col Tyrrell's wifo m applica
tion for divorce, nnd this oll'etiso seems to
havo been in n certain question bo ntked
in tno examination oi tho divorce caso
this morning. Tyrrell wont to -Meyer's
room and tho two wero atono lu the alterca
tion. Moyors ordered him out, Tyrrell
rofusod, Moyors attempted to put him
out nnd was shot. Hit dying statement
wns taken. Hoth mon woro promlnont
ana extensively icnown.
A UKAND VICTOllY.
. I.C X I..WV.1 , , (.1.1., lUlbll ,U -HlfcUi
four weeks of praying nmong tho saloons
of thl I city, thu crusader nt last claim n
Fonts' Mioon at c o'clock this etcning
and wero admitted. Hymns wero sung
anu prayers ou-jruo, which continued lor
tomo timo. All this tlmo n nuinbnr or
tho crusaders wcro pleading with Fonts,
who, it is understood, ngrced n week ago
to sign tho plodgo to discontinue the culo
or intoxicating drinks, lly this tlmo tho
saloon, tho door wnys nnd tho streets
wero littcrslly jimmcd. Fonts nt Inst
KKINKl) TIIK 1'I.KllOK.
Hero tho Joy or tho crusaders was in
tense. Hymn nftur hymn nnd
prayer after prayer was of
fered up, so forvant nnd emotional
that toars woro brought to iimny eyes.
Several of tho crusaders embraced Fonts.
Tho church bolls woro rung and great Joy
and excitomont was visible on every face.
A praise meeting was held in tbn saloon.
bovcral ministers and nil thu nctivo torn
peranco brigado who could got near to
Fouts congratulated him. His wire, who
Iihb latoly Joined tho church, rushed into
tho saloon and embraced her husbund in
an pQ'ectionnto manner This was n sig
nal for n renewed outbreak or rejoicing
and shouts rent tho nlr in ovory direction.
At eight o'clock tho meeting disported.
Wamunoto.v, .March 28. For North
weslorn Btatei", norlhwostorly winds voor
ing to tho8outheat,bttrometor slowly full
ing lmromotor,Iow tompcraturo nnd partly
For Lakes nnd thenco to Missouri nnd
Ohio Valloys, high baro'neter, low tum
pornturo, northwejlcrly to northenstorly
winds, cloar nnd partly cloudy wether on
For Uuir slalos, riling barometer, loiv
temp6rnturo, cloudy weather with ruin
near tho coast.
For Atlantic states, southwesterly to
northwesterly winds, lulling temperature,
rising barometer and imvcHmiii; cloudi
ness followed by ruin.
For Middto and Eastern state, north
westerly wind, low temperature, rising
barometer and generally clear weather 011
Tho rivers will probably rio slightly i,t
Yankton and-Cairo, and" fall Nn-hvilli-.
Cincinnati and Louisville.
I'iTTMiiuiio, March 2S Hivcr C feet A
inclief, nnd stationary. Tho weather is
clear nnd cool.
Ni:w Oni.KANH. March L'8 No arrlvali
Dopartod Thomas fcharlock, Cincinnati ;
ureal iiepuuuc, ,ionn r. 'lollo, Bt. Louis
Ci.voiN.VATi, .Inrch 28 Hlvor 'Jl foot
and falling. Departed Juniata, I'itts-
Durg; uameiia, iNasuviilo; Anna, Tennos
seo river; Arlington, Memphis ; Indiana,
XiAsiirii.Lr, March 28. Rivor still
falling with 3a feet largo on thouls. Ar
rived and departed Silverthorn, Evans-
ville; 15 H Cook, l'aducah, Hransford up
per Cumborland. Wcatbor clear nnd
Mkmi-iiis. March 28 Weather cloudv
nnd cool. Hlvor fell A Inch. Do.mrtod
Longworth nnd Franklin, Cincinnati;
IJannocV City, vhito river: IColloL't? nnd
bargos, Littlo Jtock; Hollo Iao, Kilgotir,
uy oi imuoy, jN'nw Urlcans; Towor, St.
Louis; tile. Oonoviovo. Vicksburg. Ar
Evassvillk, March 28 Cloar tc-day
after rain, slant nnd snow last night; mer
cury i!8to 4'.'. Hlvor rallon 1 foot. Down
-Mary Anient, Thompson Dean. Cirov
Eaglo, Halo, Alf Klovons, Hermuda. Up
l'at Cloburno. Minnooln. Favotto. Rob
erts, Idluwlld, Huslness light.
Sr. Louis, March 'JS. Arrived Paul-
Ino Carroll. Now Orleans; Fleming, VI-
nsa nnd llnbbngo, Illinois rivor; Johnson,
Keokuk; Dolphin, lower -Mississippi;
Northwostorn, Duhuquo. Dopartod
Savannali Dubuque; Hoaver, Illinois river;
Johnson Kookuk; Vicksburg, Vicltsburg;
Hovrr, l'lttshurg, (Sato City, Oalona;
Clinton, McOrogar; Susio Silvor, Now
Orleans, Rivor fctatlonary. Weather
cloudy nnd cold with a slight enow this
Mkmi-ius, Mnrcli 28. Flour dull nnd
unchunged. Corn moul domatul light,
holders Urm, .1 -IS. Corn, spoculntion
tlumnndand prices lilghor 77078. Oats
demand light, holders Arm, 68, Hay
17 0021 00. JJran dull, 2ti (JO Fork
dull and nominal Lard steady!). Ha.
con ttron 7J07.1; for shoulders and side.
NkwOiiluanh, Mnrcli 28. Fork scarce
And Arm at I0(;t)l7 Sugar bettor de
mand nnd llrmur, fair to fully fair i)ij(u)7J
Moloseos dull, fair formouting '!!, Corn
meal dull at J 40, others unchnngiltl.
Cotton demand slack, Hales 1 05; buy
ors aud sellers for April llml prices gen
orally easier for good; good to ordinary
133MJ; low middling to strict low mid
dling 1010; middling to strict middling
CiSfiNNAT , March i!8. Flour quiot.
Wheat 1 -t 3(3)1 -15. Corn quiet and stmdy
mixed OOfiJOl, O.iU dull and drooping
5055. Ryu steady I 115. Harloy dull
nnd iioininnl. Oils uncbangcil. Jlsurtr
steady. Cboeso senrru and Urm. 1WI,
llrm 10. Lard firm ttonm y, kl,ttu
bull: moats strong; shoublors ij; () J!
oloar8;8j. Haeon llrm ehoiiblors fH: (1
110; clear Pic."", Whisky quiet nnd
CiuoAat), Mnrch 28. I'Icstir quiet mid
unchanged. heat steady, No I snrliic
date of receipt; No 3 I nwl ,3i V0r
s V -
50 Ohio Lcvcg - - CAIRO. ILLS.
EDMUND HUEFNER. Proprietor-
TI10 Plimtfti'a Hoiio is localml on Ohio I.oroo Street in
0LOSlS.I?l0XTiMIrnr rrO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STIMMBOTLAiWiSrGS,
ivnii in tno coiitor 01 tno iiuaiiie.-
.... ... ..ri.w,.1.,uiiir.
iscttie elegantly litrmslicd nml uarnotci
incut siiiil the bct of nccoiiiiiiodnitoii.i.
Tvansicnt fi'uests $2 per Day.
j A TrustvWatcli for Trains
Phil. H. Saup,
n n mil? i?n
Washington Ave. Cor. 8th Street.
CAIRO) ILLINOIS. '
Tiii.s in tho only place in the City
l'roncli G'amliu.1. All
in fair demand nnd lower; No 'J mixed
Cl s; Btrictly fres'j 03 April Dl" new; No
- 00. Ryo etoady No '' onfJu'jJ. lUrley
scarce, llrm and higher, No 2 I f..t(iiil nr,;
No 3 1 aHfJyl H'J. 1'rovlsioiiH iiiir'eltlo.l
and Irregular. Mesi pork l 1.0 spot.
Laril t) Id. Hulk ment' in fiilr dniintnd
nnd advanced, shoulders t0;)i; ri H bj;
S (3HJ. Ilncon steady and uiu-bniigud.
Whisky stealy 'J J,
Nkw otiK, ilarch 23 --Money more
neuvo mis aiternoon nl -iKfi, with low
exceptions, transactions woro nt 0. Mter-
ling dull und steady at 4 85 GO days and
4 HS demand. (Sold doled at 13 after
selling ot 131(5,11! J. Hates paid (or car-
ryiug 4jgjOQ?(3(2(ff'.,!Wid 1 por cent, to
uni. uiearings ivtwv,ww.
t',. .1. AVMi
AYKKS &. UO.
F L O U
GENERAL COMMISSION MEUOHAfsTf"
No. "K l,Vltie.()lllr.(lIHO. I I.TJS
COI'FKY, ilAItltlSUN & CO.,
(.Successors to D. llurd V Sun.)
ri.OUU.OltAIN AS It HAY.
No li.T Ohio Lovoo. CAIRO, ILLS.
II. A. Thorns i.. m. Thoms
THOilS & MtOTnEH,
.uccosoith to II. M.liulen,
COMMISSION MKHCHAN IS, HHOKKKS
ANU 'JKALSKS IN
Slnjilo nml I'anoy ,ri'rl.
Torclgu aud Domtstlu
131 Commercial Avouuo,
CAIRO, - . ILLINOIH
NKW YORK STUtK,
WHOLIiSALK AND ltKTAIL.
vauiktv STOCK II TUB OITY
UOODB HOhV VUltY OLOHK.
'Comer of Nlnsitooiitls Ntmotniid Com
O. O. I'ATIKIf
WAdt f MA N 1 1 IT AfJTOlt Y
Kor Dale i! Wholcmilu or Itoluil
nnunBit :t'2i) fiTiiEcr .ANii-onio i.xKt
I. t'. 4SA1IUI.lt,
Portion of Ilia Oily. TI10 Houso it now
1 nu loouiH, nru inrgi) nua nirv. ijosKle-
. (IiiomIh will rrei.ivii fonrffif,,,a (m..t
Day 15o!irdcra 20 per drouth
and Boats Day and Night
1 1 Villi 11 J
ivlicro there is a Qcncral Assort meiit
I ask is lo call. mil oxaiiiinc fliein I
Olllioover Klit National ImuU.
ATTOIINEY 4 ('HIINSKM)R AT I
OA IRO, ILLINOIS.
Ollloo over Klrt National haul;.
lohn II. jMillUoy. Wllltu r. .Mul1
MUlICKY & SON,
A'JTOllNEYS AT LA;
Ollloo: Klghtb street, betweou Coin
itnluud Waebiiujloii ucuues.
Mi tf. i
UllKKH & OliiiJKH'J',
US.II.U, ll.I.ljiO J
e"Hreil kttwnlion iilren to AJuiliallT L
Ilskmlnmt Mmlnnrp. "
tFIC!W OHIOI,BV15n,UOOMu TAKIlflo
lIt. (I. C. Dnunr.AH. lielnL' dctei-mln,.,
- ... V . 1 iimiiMieii on iicuiui ranors, j
., l.lghllinivct, and N now recelvlnj; i'r
b. h. Idle .V: .John.on, or riiihidi'lpl'
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v.... ... . , , ,u nut, nom af
iii-iii, us iieuuii iiooiH over ollered lu
yiiy, mm ns gooil as enn bo fouml In
laigoit cities. '
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Made a f iicclallly.not any of (lie Mill, mlsi
fllll KtlMK.tr it-....,. ,1.... ' ,. .
Ittlli cut, llled, dUcoloivil. and ofli n
Sllll) i n,
ri'ilVi.t (inlilcn (,'i'in pill Iii as mjIIiI
oiii.iiiie lit ino uneiliMI menu IIH'II. 1
Children's Teeth, li
Special ntlelitKiii glvpn lo the livalmii,
r h dirn'h Vei l. J'aivuls by l,alug
('hllivn'H 'iVelh oxamlneir oc-amnaf
Would KIVO llii'lii much Minerlm' .
loiinllv In aller jrar. I
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AM) lt;illii:ir I'niiniwViii v " '
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UOM'il by lbo I.e.! DenlMs In ,o Ka,,. ,
I'eyoii.l Hiloiibl.llio hi-t ami liiilletmi'
la plate now in me,
vi . . V. AV1' V: . U1 ",,l,,,,l,?l"-hy the ii
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