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Oraat Hornsea Troops o I be
Mi BMtmms By w Orleans
TBS WHITE tKAGtR.
.. iv OatBAX. Jan. 9. 0 o'clock.
' Humbert of the whit League which
been muttered lu by Kicbolt's gov
, iruiut ml tntltUa are Mtembling with
ami at Lafayette jqnare with the avowed
t maintaining the superior
ooort abolltbed by the KilloRg govern-
1 " , ARktKD mkx. '
1 At IbU writtug, 9:50, the streets are
filled with armed men hurrying to Lafay-
' etta square, where orderliel are dahlDg
about on horseback, presenting all the
- phases Jof aa army on the eve of battle.
Armed men are reporting to the sberifl,
whose purpose. It is stated, is f - take pos
session ot the supreme court,' now in
- chary of the Metropolitan police, and
Install Nicholl's newly appoint! judges
Of the supreme court.
It is more than possible that an at-
tempt will be made to capture the polio
ttatloot also. An advertisement appears
. : this morning ordering meraVrs ot the
Washington artillery to assemble at the
armory at 0 o'clock.
THIRD DI8rTCH, 10:30.
Armed men are still hurrying through
the streets to Lafayette square, whore
they report to the sheriff", who, it is said,
Will move them at noon to the supreme
court building, facing Jackson square.
and eodearor to-take possession of it.
CHICF JC8TICX l.tDEUNQ
Is there ou" the bench, and t'apt. Gray
of the metropolitan police, with a Ftrong
force, Is In possession ot the building un
der the ordert of the chief justice It is 1
stated that the chief justices will remove
. the present sheriff if he attempts to take
the building by force, and appoint a new
Is at the state bue cool and cnitn. lie
telegraphed President Grunt asking lor
aaslstance. , While the men under arms
disavow any - Intention ot provoking
Collision, a drunken maw or irreapontlble
boy, or an accidental shot may bring on
riot surpassing those of 1SCG or 1874.
Got. Nicuolls is at St- Patrick's hall.
At 11 bodies of armed men are moving
in different directions Ironi Lafayette
square. About 600 are passing down St,
Charles street supposed to be moving for
the supreme court. Others are marching
south and west.
FIFTH DISPATCH. nrr
At 11:45 a demand was made for the
Third precinct station-house In the aiv
- premt court building and refused. About
teu thousand persons are assembled
. around Jaukson square and the excite
tnent U Intense. A large body of armed
ra n are o" i'' iecc oioe or me square,
Got. Packird n-poris the metropolitan
telegrf ph wires cut, and he lias tjetablsbt:
comrnunltioa with U. 8. AL.rphnl Piikln
at the custom house by means ot the V
8. Signal corps. The metropolitans at
the state house are being . r '
ARMED WITH S 1'EIN (1 FIELD SIPLK4.
The shops in tbe French quarter are
all shut. United .States troops at the Or
, leans hotel, two blocks away, are watch
log tbe crowd at tbe square, but are not
under arms. Tbe excitement Increases
with every new nioreinent and tbe slttu
tion U exceedingly critical. j-
Later It is just reported that tie
first and third polica stations have sur
rendered to tbe Democrats. !
.'; I ' X SIXTH DWrATCU. .o. .
At 11:80 Nicholls' militia tookpoues
' . sion ot the supreme court building and
V Installed their judges. All tbe police
stations are tn possessioti ot the Mcholis'
' gorernmeat. . Not a gun fired. ,
Tsto aeaa)xra4a f Cmuh mtt ine
lpcial to tbe St Louis Rputdic.iB..)
THE LKCISL4TCBK. ,
Smunotkld, Jao. 9. Aitsrthe excite
toent or tbe Inaugural and the convention
5strdsy, political and legislative mat
ten were dull here to-daj.
THE St. VST,
At tbe commencement ol tbe session this
morolog, had a majority on tbe Republi
can side, owing to the tardiness of the
braocnu. TUU fact was made use ot
by Senator Whiting, who tried to get a
reconsideration of the action of the iteui
ocrau &nd Independents in relerring the
appointment of tha standing commit
tees to a special committee of lcmo
erats, instead of allowing the Republican
lieutenant-governor to make up tUe com
Uittees, Senator; Krome. cbalrman ul
the special committee, with assintauce of
sus eoaeagues on bis political side, suc
ceeded in havl!. dilatory motion enter
tained until a sufflrU-nt number of Dem
ocrats arrived, wheu the motion to re.
uuer wu tablel. This attempt at
nT practice has engeuoerel gotue 111
leeangs among the seuatori.
senator jiUU u.Uoduee 1 a till to amend
me school laws so a to retire district
ebool directors to regi.ir wiih t,e
wwusum irvasurer ail bond for .i..i
loans. Tbe Intention of the proposed
amendment Is to obvUtc the diluoultT of
-".auiing ine iru( .luouut ot echoot
. J" Produced i tUl to pre
; crtbe rule. of eviOenee l the Jm.ilon
yf testimony as to tLe
log Uieir wUl.
' ' i lueiitnt of rnuV.
Tacre were severai otUer
but none ot more feneral lmiMs.iu. whl A"?. " Prs. n. bavins
. . . . . . -
taaoa Uuo tUos ;irn abore
- Did 0i Ma to b la working snood
ard tbcrcCoro enterUbvtd iuelfby bun
IM moluUooi ou ecobomlo ors-tni
ration ot the details of tbe house.. vJlr,
McKlnlay, Democrat, of Edgar county,
presetted a resolutio.i asking congress to
submit a constitutional amendment in
relat ion to presidential elections and elec
toral colbges. . Mr. Taylor, of Chicago,
Republican In politics and Iron moulder
by trade, prcseuted a resolution asking
congress to restore tbe silver coinage to
its former standard of ttncneM , and to
make silver money legal tender in unlim
These were the two most important
resolutions, and were referred to the
committee on federal 'relations, though
attempts were made to put the house on
record immediately on these questions.
PtMOCRAlIC CAICI S. .
The Democrats of tha legislature met
in caucus to-n1ght, at the old state bouse,
lor the purpose of arranging tbclr forces
for the senatorial struggle that takes
tilaca next week..' I ttenntor South-
worth of Montgomery county,
was. the chairmau aud representative
YYentworth, of Chicago, was secretary.
All the Democratic members that were
tn the city were present and participated
in the proceedings. There was no remark
Indicative of who would be the choice
for candidacy tor the senatorship. Kep
resentative Merriy, of Marlon county, of
fered a resolution for the appointment of
A COMMITTEE OF CONSI LTATIOX .
On the senatorial question. Hernarks
were made and amendments offered
by Messrs. Ruckniaster, Callon,
Krome and others, until the origi
nal resolution wat fixed so as to ap
Dolnt an executive committee of three
senators aud five representatives to have
power 10 arrange lor and call the nomi
nating caucus at the most proper time
nece lary for the success of the party.
This executive committee coiieb-tsof Sen
ators Ilanna, Ware and Kehoe, and Rep
resentatives Dunne, Callon, Conkrite,
Herrington and Watkins.
Are expecting a crowd of their constitu
ents and advisers here to-morrow and
next day to influence their action. - The
Logan Republicans are quiet and seem
to be despondent and there are rumors
of another caucus of the party for the
purpose ol allowing Logan to withdraw.
The leading Republicans do not posi
tively deny the correctness of this report.
Gen. Farnswortu and JJr. Farwell, oi
Chicago, bare ITiends here who advo
cate their claims for senator lrotu the
Democratic and Independent coalition.
There ia considerable excitement here
over the situation of offairs in New Or
leans and this topic is uppermost.
Bennett and May Making Tracks
tor the uity ot uroincriy Love.
Id so be Wouailrl, Out
-- Owes Wot ktivw , .
Kitw Youii, Ju. 0.' i'ha AeralJ is as
silent upon the duel as It was dumb about
the dUUculty which made tlie deed nee
Ditrict-Atty. Plielps stated last even
ing tliatupou tbe meagre information he
liadconeeruin the duel It would be im
possible to xtato what steps would be
taken br the authorities. The newest or
latest concerning tbe Bennett-May duel is
ibis :. The principals, second and sur
geons wero in Baltimore night before
last, and at 10 o'clock took a northward
bouod traiu, , Jlr. Bennett and party
drove Into the woods near the place of
moeting at Slaughter station la sleighs,
and upon reaching the spot where the
Rowland-Cowlea duel bad been fought,
Mr. Bennett mid his friends . found
Mr, May and bis party on the ground,
Mr, May walking , brlkly. to
keep warm. i Mr. Bennett, 6tood .facing
tlie light, and Mr. May yuloldy assumed
bis position at the given word oi prepar
ation by the seconds. At 2:03 the word
oi couuuaud was sounded, and the words
fire, one, two, three." ,Mr. May fired at
the word "one," Mr. Bennett after the
word two," aud both . were apparently
uninjured. Mr. May was found after a
moment to have been bit, and bis seconds
conveyed him to a sleigh where it was
found bis wounds would prevent another
exchange oi shots which had beeu de
manded by Bennett. Mr. Bennett lett
Philidelpbla this morning, and is now in
Dover, DeL, Jan. This town has
its say aneut: lliel; Bennett-May duel.
Bennett and party, four persons, char
tered Ji special train aud went from Clay
ton, Delaware, to Philadelphia, lat
nlirht, while Ma and a party ot three
person came here in a carriage from
Slaughter station, stopped at Ford'a bo
te! for the niifht and took an early train
for Philadelphia. They did not register
and talked little. There is no doubt
about their identity. .
Wilmington, Del.. Jan. ii.May and
friends arrived this mornlng,bouud north.
Although May U &ald to be wounded in
the body, he does not show it.
Estate ot Keuben Vaughn, deceased
Tue undersigned, having leen appoiuteil
adiuliiistratrix of the etale ot Ueuben
V augLn, late of the county uf Aieiandt r
and btt of liuoou. ueueaseo, u rrry (rive
aotlee that she will appear belore the
county court ot Alerander county, at tbe
court lisiue In Cairo at the I'cbnniy term,
on the third Monday in February u)it. ut
tthiuh time all persons having claim
against said estate are aotitled aud re
()Uekte.o utteud f ir tbe purpose ot hnylnp
toe i m i ilj isted. All persons indebted
U laid tstate are requested to make iiuiae
(iiaut panoeu. to thn uuttorsineit.
DaUd,23:tl Uay cf Hcreinber, A, 1. lS'.li.
KtaU of Daniel luuperl, defeated
the UuderluBil, haviOK beeu appointed
Administratrix ot tlie fcatat ol Daniel
L-ainpert, late 01 the County ot Alexander,
and bute of Illinois, deoes-e.1, hereby gives
. uuuit lum sue iu upper neore uie Loun.
j ty Court ol AUiSauder Cuuuty, at the conn
lu in Cairo, in said County, at tbe Jan-
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. Celebrated American , - -
SYMPTOMG OF WOPiMS.
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J lcaJen-colorcd, vit1i'o ;cj.sivnal
fluihc. or a circumscribcii f-t.-ot oa
brie or loth checks ; the eyes become
dull ; theiapilsdihte ; an azurc:,cini
circle runs aong the lower eye-lid;
tlie nose is irritated, swells. and ome
tiraes bkeds a swilling of the ti;jier
lii; occasional headache, w it'.i htiin-
mi:i'r or thryhbin ' of the ears: an
unuj.il accretion of saliva; slim v or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, pur
tuularlv in the mornni1'; aiiiietite
' variable, sometimes voracious, w ii.h a
crinwinr.ensation of the tom.i'.h. at
others, entirely gone ; ileeiinj; pah.
ia tlie stomach ; onasional nanc;
a'l l vecnitin; iolent jainslhrun:;h
'o't th? fibdomen; hwels irregular
.,. '.,tini'j& co.-.tive ; toolBlu'uy ; no
Hii!rc'iMtly tinired with l.uod
I n 11 y fevnllen ami hard ; mine tur-
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tiilf,and nrconinanifd v him o'i::!i ;
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Tlie jjiui-ijectus f r tbe new volume gives
tb , litlrfi ol more tlisu Ufty papers (mostly
lilnstrated;, Ly writer oi the highest merit,
i'mlcr tbo bead of
y,e lne "A Winter on tbe Nile," by (Jen.
JicClcllun; -.'auiit Tlngs About (Joiistauu
noplc,"t)y Cburlos Dudley Wat tier; "uut
of My Window t Moscow,'' by Kuene
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By Dr. lloiland, the Kditor,
wboc story of ".-fvennnks " ?ve tbe liig.4
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Tbe scene ol tliis latet novel is laid on
the bark ut lie liuo-oti . ine Hero is a
yoitnif uian wlm bat bem always "tied to a
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Another serial. "His Inheritance." by
Miss Trafton, will begin on the completion
ol "That Lass o' I.owrie's," by Mrs. Hodg
son Hurnelt. lrn. Harnett's story, betrun
in August, ha a pathos and dramatic power
wtiicn nave neen a surprise to me niinuc.
There 1 to le a setiet of oriirinul and ex
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plete In itself.
'I here are tobe,1ioiu Hiiuuspeu, papers
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Alio, practical suk'a;rations an to town and
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.Mr. liiruard s articles on Various In dm.
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oiiuio r.Ax-iiiiiBiiiM id co-operation," "A
.Scoll'.h Loaf Ksetory" in the November
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Household and Howe Decoration"
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