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. L'attGnte'MA FosrrK, ot Ohio, l a
osrtbUoMlirftr ffovcrnor d Ohio
Tn.DKN'9 UofJn ran awaj ith Mm
the other la, but In juiuit from the
carriage and escaped Injury.
Ilari-fl H1 make no
inrnt it U K1 lie ha
the mcating of congress.
Skcrktaiiy Sht.rj44N has isucl u or-ih-r
tllrecting Uiat in all c 'sn where
more than oue member of a tauilly i-5 em
ployed in the detriment the extra uieju
tr shall be discharge-!. This Is done to
remedy one ot Ui most clamc abuc
of the treasury dcpartmci t. in some lu
uuecs several members of thcame
Utuily bave Urcn employed, oue cae
Ix-lntc prominent where the aKjrregatc
salary of the fatally amounted to
eight thousand dollars a year. From this
time on, appointments are to be made
strictly In accordance rith the equitable
nnnortiontnent to states. UnJer tuis rule
it is found that the following states hate
their quota ot ofuces tilled; The New Eng
land states. PennsylTania. New York,
Sew Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, and
necessary articles of nousonoiu
utility, itnd in the estauimn
msntoflhe sewing-women, Uie dnss
maker and lbjo 6eampstress, are as luilis
IH iisible as the scissors, or the cutting-
table. No woman attempts uow-a-anys
to uv,ke her living by sew ing w ithout
a njiuhlui-; unwirrr atraijjlitcne-l her
circmiMtnnc-i or urgent her
ueoc?sitlrs. .-he must a a
preliminary furnish herself Mitli one.
This in uuiij ta-es, otherwise impossi
ble attainment is accomplished by ihc
sysw-mol nioiillily payments, the first
month's sum generally being a good
prW lor the machine and the rest going
as profit? Into the money-drawers of the
accnt and manufacturers. The poor
pnopl', the poor woiiiLii of the
country, whose mwMtics comi-el
tlient to support the sewing ui.tcliiui-
monopolists, tiulK-r in the largest propor
tion from their extoilions, and these
would of course reap the most Miti-tatt-tial
benefits from tie expiration of the
BURNING OF THE SOUTHERN.
Statement Hy lite C lerk tr tlae Ilnlel
nml bj k.x-.'W,? r vrvisn
OOLCOBT AXD A1 I 1
Ou Wednesday. Senators OgUsby and
Davis, who were In Springfield, visited
both house of the legislature. The
senate took a recess aud addresses were
laadoby the distinguished' visitor, lu
the honse.a recesa was aWo taken. Senator
Oglesby was Introduced by actUag?peitkc r
Uentworth, and lie made a speech
which "embodied his Ideas of the im
portance and responsibilities of men
placed In legislative positious. He ia
vored the reuaonetization ot silver and
the restoration of peacetul measures to
the whole country and of e'i'nl oeinl
Senator Davis was prewiMl.to the Iioiiro
by LleuU-Gov. whitman and representa
tive Jack and Callon. The senator "ex
f,HMt bis gratitude to the general as
sembly for honoring him with the posi
tion ot senator. He bad not Uken an
active part In politics 1iile he was in
the Judicial d'-nartaaent, but he had made
the pobtical issue a study, lie believed
that the bes't policy to restore prosperity
to the .country was to remove all.the
traces "of the late war, restore to every
state equal position in the Union, aul to
every citizen tfie full protection of the
The remarks ol birth senators were
greeted with frequent applause by the
members of the senate and house, Irres
pective ot party.
(FrotuSt. Louts Time yeMeKUy.)
WHENCE THE CiMK 1D HOW
The tire had its origin in the store
room ; there seems 10 oe no reason i
doubt that. urther, the names nan
communicated well among the comoustt
ble material in that place und had almost
reached the elevator before anybody hud
observed them. The discovery stems !o
have been tmie, almost oimultaneoiMy
bv (Jeorge W. Ford, the night clt rk on
duty at that time in the office, and two or
three of the other employes.
MR. URO"S STAl fcMKN f.
Mr. Ford made the following mo
ment to a Times reporter; 1 was Mauding
behind the counter transferring the
names to the ledger when I nm-lled
something like wool burning, f said to
a one-legged fellow that wu on the out
vide of the counter; "1 smell something
like woo!;" and then he said that he did
too. I turned riht around to a back :
window, only a step ofl, and opened it.
The whol.. back part ot the hotel was
ablaze, and I saw at ome that there was
no hope to save the place, I turned
right around again and turned
on the tlistiiet alarm, and then
sent one of the bell boys out with a tire
alarm key to turn on a general alal ia. 1
trast to the scene ol t weuty hour earlier!
The great thoroughfares all around were
silent ; not a loottaii coma oc ncani , a
solemn calm prevailing In the midst ot
the nwful wreck, and upon the western
wall a gentle stream ot water was playing
Irom the hose attached to the
solitary remaining engine. Clouds
ot steam ccended from tho great
black pit below, tho niiunigut
lm-h broVn only at Intervals by the col
lapse of charred timber setting lower and
lower into the chasm of destruction and
death. The police guarded the ruins at
all tour corners of the devastated block,
and the midnight spectator was caution
ed as to passing under the western and
Walnut street walls. They present a
threatening apj-earance, and it would
seem that a gust of v ind would com
plete the work of destruction.
THK Nr.W IX NEW OliK OR A 1 1 1 UallON
Al KAIL U.AXrON' tSCATL.
Nr.w York, April 11. Theexcitemei.t
in this cilv u iativo to tbe lata) fire at the
Southern 'Hotel, St. Louis, ha been very
great, and there exists a jjivat anxiety to
ascertain tbe names of those who have
lost their lives. At all the hotels the
subject has been one lor serious conver
sation, and especially at the hotels with
which the Sjir.hern had in
timate connection. several ho
tels displayed flags ut half mast.
Mr. Uresliu." oue of the proprietors of
the Southern Hotel, is interested in the
Oilsey House, the Metropolitan Hotel,
and the St. James in this city, while the
'Co.'" ol the firm is a party in Bullalo.
Much gratification was felt over the
AssO'-ialed Frtss dispatch Announcing
that Miss Kate Claxtou escAped without
serious injury. Her narrow escape iroui
Are at the hunting 1 the Brooklyn
theatre, and still later in Newark, may
Hostoii insurance companies, as far ns
known, have tiffv-seven thousand dol
lars in-urance on the burned hotel.
Mare Rroolmiona On South Cnrolinn
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Down go tho Prices of
Mi Fimiisliii' (ioofe
Wo are in receipt of tho Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Kver I rou-ht to C.itro. The-e roods are purchased by Mr. Famhaktr who reUlei iu
N- w York. nd takei U s lime n selecting and tniylm; jutt whut tbe market
neeil and at prices to suit the times. You Will do well by enllliw
on us, to looi at our goods and prices. Ve mske
A Specialty of Gents' Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FAHN BAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Ccmmcrclal Ave. In Winter's Block.
Scribner's Monthly ! Lippincott's Magazine,
rut: mix I uoi st..
The Wa'hington correspondent of the
I'Uiladelolila Sorth American sends to
etAtmeut that the next honst! ol repre
sptitatlvc. to be soon convened, will be
Ueniooratlo beyond all i it-stiou.au 1 will
huve with certainty three of the officers
cerUiu to be elected."
The statement shows that the house
when complete Is composed of two hun
dred and ninety-three voting member.
Tbe territorial delegates ore not in
cluded, as they do not vote. There are
thirty-one states in which there are to
disputed seau ami these will send to the
next house oue hundred an J thirty re
publican members and one huudre-1 imd
twenty-three Democratic member.
ThA states in which there are contest-,
are Virginia, ou-.u Carolina, Louisiana,
California, Florida, Missouri aud Col
orado. They bave a total vote of
toity seats, nine of thm
are disputed. OfUi thlrty-oue undis
puted seats, aeveu are. republicans and
tweuty-tour are Lemocrats. These ad
ded respectively to the members from the
uadUputed states, Reiublicans and leiu
oerati, give one huiidred and thirty
seTCuKepubllcaus to oue hundred and
lorty seven Democrats, making a total ot
two hundred and eighty-tour uncontest
ed aeata out of two hundred and ninety
three. .This gives the Democrats a majori
ty of ten votes, leaving out the nine dis
puled seats. "Out of these nine cases,'
ayi tbt correspondent "it is not improb
able that three Democrats will go ou tbe
rolli aud two Republicans, leaving tour
off, and with this)suppositioa carried out,
the roll will be called by Clerk Adams
with one hundred and lilty-oue Demo
crats and one hundred and thirty-nine
KepubiicAAd, a majority or the Detuo-
crits ot twelve. It caa be accepted ai a
tyoiiiv fact that it wdl oe no 1cm tLan
1 lit: ftgVtlftt MA4II1&E MUO.VF
1 liA aewlng machine maaufacturers
bave tent their agenu to Washington to
work for a renewal of the p&teuton the
teed motion which expires on the Sth of
May. A failure to secure an extension
would, AilLiu a tbort l-eriod tumble tbe
price of sewing machines to veiy cheap
Cgurei eompntxl with tho low aked
and pAld for tlieui. The manufacturing
cost ot u ordinary JCj machine,
aaya a Washington correspoudent, "li
About $C.S3, whilv an $50 machine from
! Bridgeport shops coaUUa Uie frame
uk.1v for shipment tomethlag under f 10.
A things at mow, fG5 ruacbiufl is put
to tue local agent At f 23, And tbe agent
fcuU $10 fur bi tlma And labor in telling
aud Instructing. An S5 machiue cosu
iUa agout VSo, Aud so on up to tbe fatcy
fall CAbmet peArUnlald ArUcle wblcb
.osutbe customer from tlOO to $.K).
1 U sAUie rule Applies iu about the aoie
yroportioA to all machine iu the evnibW
- It U uow about twenty year tint o,.
fttxoducUon of the tewing machibe iul0
f MterAl UM, And for all these years, u
isrlnf uuohine ioauufaeturrs and tLe
AAfrinf nBACblui agenu, Law shared tbe
imtuoui proflu mad by the sale of
MCblaAi. They Aro now
then wnt live nvn up through the hotel
to wake up everybody, un 1 1. my sell,
stood in the rotunda and yelled lire as
loud as 1 could, over and over again. 1
could save nothinz but the ollice hooks,
and came near not saviuir them. The
f,:it wis already locked, and everything
iu it is now probably as good as ever. In
two minutes alter the alarm of tire was
L'iveu iu the bouse, the steps leading
? ' a .iii-i...t...
down to me omcc iiour were imeuwuii
the hotel euest and employes, but all
egress by the stairway was
soon cut on uy uie smoKe
The fact ol it is tli w hole thing went
like tliat (snapping his linger). I carried
two ladies down the la-li'-s' entrance
and went up lor .mother or. when
was overcame by the sm iko, and it it
had not been for Frcednian, one of our
ruins .somewhere. Those that were
saved may think Ihemtelves mighty
I nek y, lor there was no time to lose,
At tne same time that .Mr. r ord maile
hit discovery one ol the employes of tho
hotel smelled tlie smoke aud tracing it to
the store room, burst open the door.
Tho flames, long smothered, leaped out
and scorched him. He ilew up stairs
screaming "lire" at the top of his voice.
;tiom the St. I.OU1K K jiublii an.)
KX-MAYOK BROWN'S 1CAI'K.
A repivtentative ot the Jl-:inbl:cn
seeking tor cx-Muyor Brown t-miid that
geuUeiiiau in a room of the bi. James
hotel at about ten o'clok in the forenoon
engaged in exchanging one suit ot
clothes lor another. In response to In
quiries, he gave a very clear account ol
Our room wu ou the fourth floor, ami
both Mrs. l'.rowu and I were sleeping
soundly; 1 do not know just what the
time was when Mrs. Brown wa awak-
eued uy a coughing tH induced by
smoke lu the room. .She. aroused me,
and 1 put tuy Lead out of the
door into the hall. The
smoke was already thick, aud just at the
time 1 protruded my head some one
shouted Fire:-. 1 called out, aAing
whsrv the file was, and received the
rci-lv that it was iu the base
ment. 1 etarted toward the ktairwav and
found the smoke becoming deus.-r. 1
turned back into the room, aud to both
ol us the picUou of escape seemed a
doubtlul oue. Mr. Brown scarce! v
wauled to make the attempt, but 1
caught her by the arm and carried her
aloiig. ishtt rapped at the door of Mr.
and lira. Gould to awaken the in as we
passed by. Our escape then followed by
the ktairway, alter buttering
terribly irm tne smoke. I am
sati tied that peibous iu the interior
rooms may n-yir awakened at all. Mrs.
Brown and I left our room with uothiug
bu: our oight dresses on and crossed
over to the at. James hotel, and subse
quently to a place nearly opposite, att-r-w&rds
in the morning going to a lriend's
house- on cuouteau avenue. All our
wardrobe and all of M rs. Brown's and
tuy own valuables were lot. save a dia
mond necklace w inch Mrs. Brown wears
habitually upon her neck aud which she
saved unconsciously. 1 had caused th:
fiuest pictures to oe brought trotn my
bouse, where they were insured, io my
room lu tho hotel, where of course thu
insurance did uot hold. The tire look
my rarest possessions and my loss 1 esti
mate to be at least eight or nlue thous
and dollars. Mr. aud Mrs. and .Mi.s
Bisell were among the ttiiioitimutes
w ho also saved nothing.
Atler our eeaje and attr w ,sj
clothed ourselves as bes we could, I to-jk
a position on the balcony ot the fu
James and observed the scones upon the
Fifth street side of the burning hotel.
some ol the sights were terrible. Ala
window of the fourth story 1 ew two
women, evideutly thinking death near
At liana, kiss ana emmace each other
Then they aniroached the window where
tne beat drove theta back where thev re-
ptated the embraco. This occurred v-
eral tiui-s. 'ihe room was (limited at a
point in the Southern tiearlv
oppoKitfl the Olympic theaUr. I do not
auow wneiuer or not tne two womeu
ware ultimately saved. 1 was A specta
ur aiku when one woman attempted to
aesena ny K rope ; the rope parted, ami
sue ieu to Ihe sidewalk with att appall
ing thud, which mitfUt have txeu heard
lor the dittance of at least a block. She
fell from a height cf three stories. It
was At least An hour alter tne beginning
J'fttrewUeoluotieAdA man still lT,
the third story, it Is Impossible as yet to
aay bow mauy bave been lost.
ir' "Porter vUitei the scene at
aidnlght. X strange, Imprtulye con-
Boeios. April 11. At the New Eng
land Methodist Conference a letter was
read dctai.ing the recent killing of Ucv.
W illiam II. Scott in South Carolina, and
the lollowiiiir resolution ofb-red: I
fWW. Thar we hereby inter anew
our protect ngahist tho-- twin relink tr
slavery nn 1 lvbeliion, the s!:iv wnip and
the shot gun, and call upon nil Chr!ri:in
people ot the South to upp;i'.- Hi- n
uewed outbr-'ak ni barbarism.
M-v.'col. That we desire to pre
our sympathy for our brethren lalxirers
in that field, nmidst hardsLip, poverty
and peril ol lite, and to n-iire tin m that
no wont oreiiort ot ours snail oe v anting
in the r behalf.
Uewlttd, Thai we call upon the gov
ernment ol the United Slate, before all
questions of party conciliation, to employ
Us utmost innucuce anu power in me
suppression ot violence and the protec
tion ol an clas -es ot cmens iu tne exer
cise of their civil and religious rights.
The resolutions were referred to the
committee on the state ol the country
by a vote of sixty-live ayes to torty
A motion was made to transmit a copy
of the resolutions to (Jov. Wude Hamp
ton. South Carolina, and was received
with hisses and not entertained by the
The committee to whom wire referred
the political resolutions before mentioned,
reported the following as a substitute:
Resalvft, That we respectfully re
quest Presiding Bishop IUv. It. L. Fos
ter to inquire into the lacts aud circum
elnnnti? ni -tin t h ffi 1 i cr ri P..,' W ... . II
Scctt. and if heiinds them such as they
have been reported to bring them to t he
notice ol the entire church in such way
as hr may deem who, that it may tak
ueli actiin thereon a the neees-itif-s of
the case demand.
It if Worth
'! iir n-B'li r nf tliis ii:i)r lio n n.ls us this
rutiiicmi- Mini fl we will lorwar-i, lur nbe vt-bi-.
''I lie tr-it-iirf," H inaKnillecul IlluitiuteJ
Motility .lourii. l iiTi'l llouseVcmtr s Muiru.ine.
ami i.iit eopv ol mirm-w mul eli'fHUt ii'.iiiiuiii
'asuim; a pli sinu,"
A iiiarlvrbirit- of the lnselim l chool cf ni'im-
liaiiitin, hy rrof. Jur-laii, tiiv 1 .r.' ex-ecuU-ii
in the Iiihet btyle or the aft. lUtail
(iric of, hii li is aii't it copy of ih i'llluw
xng beautiful poem -lev ri't)- of (he ehreiun, in
il'f-mit illiimiriate-1 co'.trs lr fraruiai;.
.Sy; hut wait, jro-jd wiu, a minute;
1 haw fn t a wor-l t-i ia ;
I o uli kuow Hhat to ilui ir,.-
M'jtli'i, 'lis our we-lJiLH '': '
Jurt n n,w, we sat at -t
mIii-ii UiH!Un'e hail i"jit.a' ;
Y! uit that ol'i.', 1 sat 11, i5 .-i'l- ,
I oi t y year K" t"-lay !
1 li- n whut jilans we lal-J t-irth r;
W lmi brave llnuifii I im int tmlol
I ouM r-lrinm lo--lav wo.il-1 naj
At tills table Dae auJ you?
Uvtur , no -loiiht-ai d ytl I
mjuiHiiiics think I eaiinot till -IU-1
our boy -li, i- ' I know, 1. j-;
1 en, lie itoktli ail ttii.k will.
Will we've haJ our joys am ooimw-,
Share 1 our mrli-H an will as train;
Ami (he licMo! all-I've hwl your
Faithful love for forty.years!
J'oor we've been, but not foraaV.tn;
l.rief we've l.non, but r.evir Buaxe
Father tor Thy u-flme inrrcir
otiu we bii my iioiytame:
This In a laie chaiiev
for yuutu iiii.Wf mon
ey. We j ay you
, iar;:e i-asn coiuiun
moniand irivt Jen hc!um territory, mu-1
u oue dollar, avoid utimceoeary corrtei..
Jcui. receive your territory, uniltuto work at
out. Upon reri,t ol which we will forwaro
airent'a ou-tit, certifl.itt of agency, etc.
inen eopiea In reun. uone fpx.
A l'ln-cJ The Treuaure Fubliahics Co.
No, 4'j t ,Ur DUtit, .ew VoikT
When Scrirnek lnue-l lt fainou Mid
summer Uoii-iay Mituber in July, a menu. y
critic said of It "We are not sure but that
hi itiBMUt has touched bih-wati r ni:-rk.
We do uot s.-e what worlds are left to it lo
con-iuer. Itut the punii-lieis lo not eon
shier tnat they have reached the ultima
thulo of excel leiuv they belie vi there are
other world lo eonouer. atid they hiohose
to eoiiijuer them.''
1 up prosiieetus it ihe uew volume gives
tLe titles ol more than lilty paper (ruostlj
lllustriied), by writers ol the highest merit.
1 mkr the head ol
we have "A V inter on tho ile," by oen.
ykClellati ; fcaunterinKS About Constanti
nople, by Charles Iuilley Warner; "Out
of My Vt indow at Moscow,' by kugene
bi iriyii-r: "An American in l urki-taii, '
etc. Three berial sloriea are annouueed:
' Kicholaa Minturc,"
iiy Or. Holland, the K Jitor.
who-estory of "Sevcnoaks " svetlje Lii-'
e-t sati-Ia'cti-ili to the leader of the
The M-ene ol this latest novel is laid on
the banks ot iliu llu-1'on. The hero is a
jouni-' niati who has been alwavs "tied to a
wciuun"s apron strings,'' but who, by the
death of las mother, is Hit alone in the
world to ilriit on the current ot lite w ith
a lornine, but wit -tout a purpose.
Another serial, "His Inheritance.' by
Miss T'ratton, will bcxin ou the completion
ot "That 1.4-.SO Low tie's," by Mrs. llodjj-
pyii rU, II..14 . Air Uu.ii.tr, i.frr-, t.ouun
in August, has u pathos and drauiatiepower
which have been a surprise U Ihe public.
'I here is to i-.e a seties of oii:inal and ex
(juisilely illustrati d paper- ot "Popular ci-
eu-.e," by .virs. ueiM.k, ea. hpaier com
plete in itself.
i here arc loin., tioin vprlou-pens, papers
"Home Life and Travel"
Estate of (iove M. Willis, deeeased:
The uuder.-igned. havinj,' been appointed
auiuini-irai'ir or the estta ot Hove. M
W Ulis Uie ol the county of Alexander
aou usie Ot Illinois, deceased, hi r. l.v
i;ive notice that he will appear before the
couuiy court of Alexander county, at tha
court houe in Cuiro at the Juue term, on
the third Mondav in June nut. at w l.i. .
Unie all persons having eiaima aifalust aula
estate are notined und requeued 0 at
tend for the purpoae of haTiBi the same
adjusted. All u rsona Indebted to said e.
iave are reque-ieu to make Immediate puv
Oient to the uudera-iied. '
listed this 11th dy ol April, A. l. u;:
JAMKS WILLI. Adw'r.
B. F. Blake
An Illustrated Monthly of
Popular Literature, Science, and
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1S77.
The number lor January bc-ina the nine
teenth volume of the Magazine und while
i's pm record will, it li hoped, be d'-emad
s sutlicitnt guarantee of future txcelieure,
no ett'oris will be spared t diversify ii at
tractions and to provide an inr-rer-'cd tip-
Pcjyil'jr Rai'iing in the lir' n iif .Vj
The en atot'ifi t and constant aim ol the
eondu.-torrt will be to furnish the public
Literary Entertamniet t ot a retiucd und
varied character, asw-i.il a- to present in
a graphic aud striking manner the ino-t re
cent information and soun-lot views on
subjects ot ireiieral interest; in a word, to
render Lipplueott' Maifaine strikintly
TV.oif Feature thit are J..r AHrur!i(f:
in M'tyzinr Literature
The contribution- now on hand, or sped
ally totaled, tinbia ;e a highly attractive
list of' talec, short tories, de-riptive
ketcheii, naratives, pajer on si ience and
art. poeiii.4, popular easays, liu rarj criti
cisms, etc., etc.
Dy Taltnted aii'l Welt Kiion v Writers
A larue proportion ot the artl-ilm, tstx;
dally those descriptive ol trti, will be
I'r'jfiaely and lieautif.tll. Uluafrated.
The pietorta eiiibi-iii-tiiui-nt of the Max a
zine constitute one ol itn manv attractive
In addition to Hip fi m ral Attractions ot
LII'i'IMon S MAI.AIM:. the Pub
lishers would invite attention to the follow
ing Special Features for 1S77.
Also, practical suggestions us to town and
eouutry lile, viib'e lmi.iotemeuts, etc., by
. li I . :;.i:... ' '
v eii-a.iio ii j'eriausT , . i
Mr. Uarnard s articles on various indus
tries of (ircat I'ritain include the historr ol
"some Experiments in Co-operation," "A
sji-otish l.ouf l';iitor" in the November
number, and "loiid Lane. Itoehdale." in
I'cceuibiT. other paru-rH are. "The liritisb
WoikiiiL'tn-jn's Home." "A Nalion of bhon.
keepers, ' "Ha'j.innyaWeek for the Child,"
A richly illustrated si lies will be eiven on
"American Sports by 1 loo 1 and Field,-' bv
various wriiirs, and ts.-h on adiilereu't
tbeme. 'Ihe subject ol
"Household and Home Decoration"
will have a prointmiit ulai-c. wlnl.t the
productions of American hutnorUU will ap
pear from woutu to mouth. Tho list of
shorter fctone, biographical and other
sketches, etc., is a lon eno.
'1 he editorial department will continue to
employ the abk-t pen both at homo and
abroad. I here will be a series of letter on
htcrarj mtt. r-. from London, by Mr. Wfcl-
The pafs of the magazine will be open,
a, heretofore, to far a'limite-l fpace will
permit, to the di-i-u-sion of all themea af
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