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THE UA1R0 DAILTS BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 7,, 1874.
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11 RT. Hammond bai gone to Jof
ftrton city, to convert the Mittouri legls
tare, It pfetum '
ArbT Johnson, Uorernor Brown and
gfcrace Maynard are ipoken of as candi
dates fee governor of Tennottoo.
A petition it being circulated, asking
OoBgreea to rtpoal the law exempting tbo
caarca and school property of tbo District
of Columbia front taxation.
A. family of tblrtconfperioni, living in
Orinwall, Iowa, have been eutrerlng with
trichina for thirteen weekt. Two of the
laailly died before the nature of tbo dl-
i iru dueovercu.
To groM earning! of the Chicago and
Alton railroad for tbo year ending De
cember 31, 1873, wa! flvo and a half mil
Mom of dollar. And yet that road trioi
to ekape paying Uxor.
' Tbi aniwer of Gov. Shepherd to tho
Investigating' committee arrived at tho
capllol In a big expreii wagon, undor a
guard ot teven men. The preparation
of It took thirty-one clerkt working all
davaad -a portion of tho night three
weeki to get it up.
Bin Bctlbr U hardly the man to play
the role of reformer, yet he la'.dlng-dong
lag at an abate in tho Department! at
"Wainlnrtoa that detorves to bo remodled.
In many inttancet there aro wbolo
familitt in ono Department, tho
wife attumine hor maidon namo to
avoid detection. Butlor has offeroJ
retolution providing that In tho several
Departmenti and at tho Capitol no two of
any family thall be employed, and in cats
ot'.epyeiatnecU an rtductloni uUcharg
ed Union eoUler ahall have tho prefer-
tinea. To the great contternation ot cor-
Win. laaaUiea wko tuppoted that they had
m Ilea on the government for life, the res
iuWos pasted and will no doubt become
ltrgo enough to contain the congregation,
which tho gather!? .1-.
Mrs. Arabella 'Ulluy,-nged' tme hun
droi and tosTycart, wlfifbf the inspector
of boof in Washington's army, was ono of
the number who drew Unltod Mates pon
tlont on Wednesday last.
Minister llancroft gavo n grand ban
)uet at llorlin on tho fourth Inst, in cele
bration of tho anniversary of I'rosldent
Tho itatotnoat it mad.i that tin old
lady of Hickman, Kentucky, who hat been
suffering for j ours from n kind of tumor,
hai been miraculously cured by bathing
tbo affootod part in holy water. Tbo wa-
ter was orderod from Paris, Franco, and
from a spring spocially blessed by tbo Vir
M. Gul-tot, wh Is now In his eighty
eighth year, laM recently : ,4Iitt year 1
flniihod tny history of Franco, and this,
pleaio Ood, will too me commsnco my
universal history. 1 coma of n hardy
race. I can bear woll, seo well and work
well, l'lut IX can do tho samo; wa two
are tbo hardiest old men In Buropo, and
.will outllvo many who aro yet young,
Among the guests at Secrotary Fish's
last reception was Mrt. General Gaines,
whoso ago It n matter of logal rocorJ, but
who looks scarcely moro than forty,whoro
it acorns at if tho would havo tho rnro for
tune to rotntln. Sho usually wears a
jaunty llttlo bat, with a wbito or blue Jot-
tamtso twining round its crown, at ovon-
ing parties, and looks liko a pretty pic
turo Just stepping from Its framo In soma
cboico gallery of portraits.
A I'arit lettor says the empress Ku-
genio has agod tadly. Thero are deep
lines at oach sldo ot her mouth, and hor
faco looks drawn and .haggard. Tho llt
tlo Hat crapo hat which tbo wears pushed
back from hor templet tcemi too youthful
for hor worn faco,but it it a rolicf not to
boo hor Hps set in that stiff smlto, nrtiflcial
as tho gold of her tresses or tho .roses in
hor bonnot, wherowith sho used to groct
hor subjects of l'aris in other days. Tbo
young l'rince Imperial is her very imago,
but tho slight mustache Jutt budding on
his upper lip will soon mar tho present
perfection of tho resemblance.
the only olaimant who forest hli French
Tha'Naundorft all'alr It supposed to
have heonjJonrortrnged formerly by the
drleanistt ' with n. iow oi bringing dit
crodlt on (lie elder btnuch. Tbo Oomte
do Ohamhord now leaves tliodofonto In
tho bauds of tho Altornoy Oonoral.
Another caso which excited iotorcst was
the action brought by M' Iioyuu do Lacy
against tbn '1'lgaro' nnd tho 'Ualols.'
This matlor concerned tlio proit In gen
eral, which Is bound to publish a reply to
oil attacks. Any limn attacked In a
French newspaper bits tbo right of re
plying to tbo extent of twico tbo length
of tbo attack, liuttholnw probably did
not contomptato giving this right of roply
to dramatic authors. M. l.oynil do l.acy,
having written ono. of tho worst plocos
that ovor' appearod on the stage, wai
morcilculy criticised by tbo 'Galois' ami
tbo .Figaro, who went to far as to speak of
him at "Aloyati do la 9c in," nloyau mean
ing n sirloin of beef, and scio a sbavu
Tbo Irritatod author retorted, and tho Fi
garo and Uaulols refused to itnort bis do.
fenoj hoocotho action. Tbo Court de
cided that tho two journals In ipiestlon,
having exceeded tho duties oi criticism
and indulgod in personalities, wero
bound to mako n reply ; tut M.
hoyau do Lacy, having Implicated other
persons in hit rejolndor, the two papers
could not print bis lotters without the
risk of being prosocuted by tho manager
of tbo l'orto St. Martin. JSI. I.oyau de
Lacy was, therefore nnntultod anil con
demned to pnv costs. It may bo added,
M. Loyau de Lacy, who Is a teacher of
young ladles, pleaded bit own caso, and
aln.ont disturbed tho gravity of tho boncb
by adiressim; tho Judges on ono occasion
TIU2 HA'EiTIjU RAaKHFIUnCKU
WKAOH DA V.
'Villi I, INK.
TUB WOMIiN I'UKPAlfEU TO
FIGHT IT OUT IF IT TAKHM
FIRST DAY'S IMIOOKED
1NOS AT DAYTON.
TIIKKK HUNDRED SALOONS TO
HK TRAY1H) TO DEATH.
A JIIQ1I OLD TIME IN THE
INVESTIGATION INTO DIS
T1UCT OF COLUMBIA
THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMIS
SION IN SESSION.
THE Git EAT Ol'ERATIO SCAN DAL
Fomaosaetime nasi the harmony that
hat nnlfortDr;Tttted betweon local
prew of Washington and the newtpapor
correspondents bat been groatly nnparii
led by tha tonor of the newt regarding
district mattort that bat boon tent out
from that city by certain corre3pondanttt.
Heretofore when the scribes gathered nn
item of news, It was dressed up to' suit
the completion of tbo papor paying for
the tame, and Dashed ovor tbo wlros tbat
iUTtaden might havo It for breakfast.
Tit. same piece of information 'rorelved
at) manv different' colon at tho paport It
wti tent to. 0rrtspondeoU with souls
above buttons permitted nelthor questions
ot' police nor tho sourte of their now
papartto Interrupt ;(,thoir friendly mix
tion!, and when their labors were ovor
for the day they novor hosltatcd to lmiart
an item to the localt of tbo "Washington
papers unless Ithey bad sent oil' tome
thine specially Important in advauco of
all the rest, which of course, would bn ro
tained. Everything went along hnrmn-
aioatly and merrlly until the correspond
ent for independent Journals began ox
poaisg ttus-workingt of the rlng.tho toard
of public works, and now the Hat hat
gette forth that the local prott of Wnsh
ingtott matt cruih the correspondents
that it thote who are not in tba intoreit
of the ring either for payor for otbur'J
New YorK Times.
Writing from Havana on February ill,
our correspondent supplies tbo following
version ol tho operatic imbroglio alroady
noticed in our leiegrapuic uispnicuvs irom
uuua nine days ago: "'ine reiusai oi wio
luroo (mprctsarlos, Jlmo. l.ucca, Aline.
Dl Murtka and tiign,or Vlzzant, to pay the
salaries and ruturn passage money of tho
New Yq:k chirus and orchestra, resulted
in nn order ou tbo govornor prohibiting
tho threo from leaving until they bad sut
Isflod tho ust domandt of tho claimants.
When tho women belonging to tho chorus
called on .Mmo. Lucca demanding pay,
thoy receivod a very emphatic, but not
tho lawvert bad onlv nulotlv talknd about
tho matter, but on Td'rsday morning tho
ckoirlslt on cuam near iimo. jjecat rot-
idtneo in tbo Corro, raw a tuspiclous
movoment of trunks, and iinmedlaloly
communlcatod tho facts to his companions.
Hinco Tuesday ovoniug, a musician or
cuorlttor hat been un constant guard duty
beforo tbo bouses wberoln tbo
thrco mauauers dwolt, ho
belor rclii'vod by his companions
ovorv'two hours durlni; tbo day or niht.
Tbo Geriuans did guard duty at tho hotels
and tbu Itullans on tlio wbarr anu on
board tbo ttunmcrs rwr.dy to sail. 'I lio
Columbus was ilviirtid to fall at four
o'clock on Thursday, and n llttlo bi-foro I
tlmt hour kiioh lug irunws wuu n oig-
libV()r(i.l inn vutn tpton uy an Italian
lihoristur Tbo urtlclos wens soon reoog
us Mm. LucoVs property, and tbo polirn
were iiolllled Tlio serviinls of Mmo.
l.ucea weioon board, when, n low minutes
later, u small host whs soun comlni; near
tbo ship contaltiiiir; tbocloiioly-vullcd form
of ono lad, and tbo Imlf-veilml fiicu ot
aiiothor. Tlio half-veiled llyurn wn iui-
modiatnlv rvcognixcil an that of
it most Intiiiiato lady frieml ot
Mmo. Lucca, wlillo anotbor lliiire,
tbul of u man, who was also distinguished
as tlr.tof an itcnualiitanco Align Irom
tho ship denoted that tbu cimH vim nut
clear, and when within bailing dlblam-o
tbo boat was turned around and the llgure
ruiiod her veil, diiolagiug tlio unco sym
I nuiakapoub, March C A mass meet
ing oftho friends of tho ladles' temper
anco tnovemont, wa bold to-night nt Ma
fonio ball. Tho meeting wat opened with
prayer by Dr. It. T. Urown, and spoecbes
in ado by several gentletnon, Including
ltov. Dr. Halllday, Dr. Abbott, Hon. O.
F, Nixon and others.
Mauisom, Marsh C Tbo tomporanco
oxctleiiiant poetosjes tbo wholu town.
I'ulilio Fpeakitu: and prayer meetings In
behalf of tbo causo aro bold throo times
each day Tbo ladles called in a body
upon mo county commissioners to-ilay,
and provonlod tbo granting of tbreD ap
plications for permits to sell liquor.
Columiiu., March C Tlio crusadara
adopted tho plan of working by commit
KepOlled Expressly for the Bulletin, ulbutc as tho weather is very bad. Ar
rangements nave neon mako lor two visits
dally to tbo principal rostaraunts of tho
city. Tlio proprietors resist moro than
ono prayor mooting dally.
department of tbo Ohio and Mississippi
depot restaraunt has been closed, which Is
mo lint signal victory oi mo crusaders
Jlr.Li.r.rosTAiNX, O,, March 0. Uno
liquor teller surrendered hero to-day and
another was closed up by tbo owner of
tho room. Tbo results havo boon most
valuable ono wook ago wo had twelvo
places within tho limott of our town
whore intoxicating liquors wore sold be
tidos the drug stores, and at this date wo
havo only six places besides tho drug
stores, ana our urug men stand most sol
emnly pledged not to soli any liquors to
bo used as n bovornge.
wbo has just clvon up ins business as a
liquor dealer, is addressing a largo mid!
onco in tbo Lutheran church with great
ItlW.KY, March 0. Thecrusadnon sub-
urban places bM not quite concludod, tho
ladies having boen continually shut out of
the onlv doggory in i-ttvannn. Toe ownor
was ttubborn nnd kept up tongs and rov
ollinrr inside, while the ladlet prayed
without. Dav beforo yesterday bo sold
out, but his tuccctsor It as bad ns ho, nnd
requested tho women with peremptory
order not to pray in his houso nor on his
promises, tbreatening mom wuu mo law.
not at all balked tho ladies had a carpet
spread outsldo bit pavement and thore
tlio meantime, advertised a froo blow out.
Although tbo liquor coi-t nothing, thore
worn lew hard cases to be found drv
enough to gulp it down in tfio presence of
the women. A bo cnisaaert lay tboy will
never lay their arms down till tho work
of faith is douo. Tho mass meetings aro
still unsomlortably crowueu.
Oikuihnati, March 0. Tho AVetloy
Chapel temporaries mooting to-night was
Immenso. All tbu (landing room was ta
ken. Mayor Johtmou wm on tho stage.
Chas. Johnson presided, ilrluf tpeoches
were Hindu by men and women. Much
tlmu was spent in praying and singing.
after devptlomMrt,;Weak1y went round
to tho tido tioor. to 'Interview Clomont.
Kho nkedt " Won't T you glvo up
your litulnfra?'' Clemens repllei,
'no." satinrf that hit nlnro wiiMllllel
enough until the women raised n dlsttir-
lianco. Moantimo a crowd bad tl 1 1 Gil tlio
bar room completely, nnd diauk copiously
whiln tho women sung and prayed, mak
ing coutldoruble noise. Tbo crowd had
now largely increased outsldo, but tbo
pollro kept n pitsstgowoy cloar,
and rcspeclfiil attoutlon was paid to tho
extraordinary srono. Tho
was visited next Leopold, tbo proprietor,
with his usual polltonuss. Invited tbo la
dles Into tho gentloman't potior, where
tbey sung and prayoJ.
was Introduced to tho owner of the bar,
who said tin Intended to contlnuo
tbo tho business until hn found somothlng
bettor. Lonpold invited tbo ladies to dinner
somnof them nccoptcd.
tho hoavioit lager boor sollor In Dayton.
was visit to day. lio was stern and did
not want bis business interfered wl.th. Hn
went nuttido witli pencil and papor to
tako names tif proscctito for damages to
i TRAYEn MKETltfO
was hold all day. Tho work will pro
ceed to-morrow. Tho entorprito tho wo
men's praying band havo assumod Is ap-
IiOKboX March C. Kitensive prepara
tions bavo boen made tor tho reception of
tlio Wuku anil Uiicbeisor Kdmlmrg, wbo
nro expected to arrlvn to-morrow, tbo lay
being observed as n holiday.
A Uileirnm at tbo maun oibco says
that tho covernment will bo oblluod to
maintain throo million or people lor tureo
mcntbt, nnd tlmt tbo expenditure on ac
count of tbo Indian fnmlnoto Febuary Inst
aro rstinmtrd at ovor si.uoojou.
(Ulcutts, March 0. Accounts from
Yirhart show that tho distress from fain
tno Is Increasing in liny
poor, wbcro thoro has licen no act
ual tullerint: as vet. Tbo stores ol tbo
poorer pooplo aro becoming exhausted nnd
starvation It imminent. Tbo reiiei or
ganisation hero aro working oxcellontly,
but It can hardly meet tho immense de
mands, which will bo maJo upon from the
regular 1 21) froth apot: 1 .'211 April:, No
n.l 1BI ic, Corn, demand 'actlveland
higher.. No 2 mixed 61 spot; Mjj April;
now no,.: mireu ju. uatt dull atiiltlin
changed; Jlyo ttoady. No '2 fresh 8f,
MJ. Barloy quiet. No 'i, t.i; No 0,
1 a7l 40. Vork, demand ocllve nnd
advancod and clotlng In tldo quotatlont
nt H C0.7bU 25. Lard, netlva nnd ad-
vaucedatu 00 cash; u($U 0 April. Uulk
moats, fair demand and advanced: tbonl-
dorsoj; thortrlbTj! "gar cured 71 all
loose eiiot. Whisky, fair demand and ad
Ht. Louis, March C Flour low irradot
at Cifi 'J.t scarcn and In demand, higher
grades inactive and unchanged. Wheat
spring 11 rm No 'I 1 'JOfRl 21; fall firm
but quiet; No IS red ollerod at 1 A), 1 4t
bid; No 2 oll'ered at 1 CI, 1 C7 bid. Uorn
tlrmer mixed C'JCOo; yellow Clc. Oats
U'rm No 'J mlxod 478c. Harley dull
nnd unehanKod. Hvo hlchor No 2 92fTTl
J2c. I'ork tirrnor lorlbit dry salt moatt
bouyant, round lott loose; thouldoii 6c;
clear rib "jc; clear tic. Jlacon tttong
and advancing, tbouldert CjQCJc; clear
rib 8p,fc5ci Cloar filfiiiic. Lard firmer
prlmo tteam 8 fiOQB 70. Whltkoy dull
V It U V 1 Hi i W B st T O
No. 1 1 0
3uio Lekte Caii
THE FAMINE IN INDIA
LI EE Oil STARVATION.
rH" ctlo features or Mine, l.ucrn, now
rlod "bv raird. A l.ucrezla iiori-la
ruom.and the column! of tho organs UUy rfp(or tbo bami aru u.e prima uoii-
.i i..i ,ii on. " " ".....
mw uv v.jiiwi mu uu i j nit-
Sd vrlth abuse of the newspa
pers wbioh dare,tell ot corruptton,tpeculn
tloa and fraud. "Detectives," "Tlekot-of-Leave
men," "Street and Porliuu lteport
trs," etc., etc., are the namat bestowed
upoa these unfortunate tcribte. i The re
sult of this war on the correspondent of
indejtendent lournalt from the Now
York; 'Tribune,' down Is to
maha "newspaper row" unhap
py ana to mat Use pleasantness that onco vm havinc no cash money to glvo
was ao character I tlio or that classic spot. To-day, toeing tlio imposslbilty or escapo,
The Watblntrton Kmihllen .' nf ,i, tboy disburted the money. Mr. Sharfen-
30tbult..Voashaavllv for '. T. ' w,u borz.tho Austrian consul, wont security
, D I enm AImi-iIa iitiIU Klin .nnlil lurtilih
corrstponuont oi mo new xorK 'irlb- him with tho amount from Now York
uaa, for ebarrine that the comlni! iuvos- Now crimes a ic'iuol. It it nvernnl
tleUiott af tba District alfairt will dovol- thttt ilr- Jarrott, tho company'!
usmonol lilt own, lilt conduct
od in lutr attorn pt to uscbjm tho vlgllancu of
tlio vocnl and Inttriimontnl ilotintlvi'S
Lucch'b husband, fcrvants and bugiragi
wero brought on land. The attempt to os
cupu gavo the pooplo n nice cbanco for
scandal. Finding it impossible to U-avuby
stonltb, nnd abandon about fifty mun and
womou to tbo pestilential ctlucts of tbo
voinito, and without tbo means to lcavo
or uuru a living whllo here, tbo trio wero
at last obliged to deposit tbn amount
claimed by tho subordinates, Only Mmo.
Murska showed pity for tbo poor pooplo,
lor sbo ollerod to sing until tnoy wore
Wasiiinoton, D. 0., March C All tho
members of tho Cabinet wero present to
day excepting tho Socretary of tlio Navy.
Xo important business whs considered.
TO UK I.IIIELIII.
It is probable tbat tbo Secrotary of tho
Navy will order a libel of tho tteamr
General Sherman I'or'n violation of the
neutrality act in having been omployod
in waging war against a lrlondly power.
Tho joint Sjnnto and Houso committee
on tho investigation of tbo District of
Columbia aUalrs licld a long session to
day, at which they continued tbo exam
ination of tbo comptroller of tho District,
and also examinod Gov. Shepherd nnd, the
l.MolTs'fn r'egaraTVbli?fl7i'j!aPf Mf'Vfc
present condition of tbo school fund. Tbo
governor tostilled that tboro had been
about $30,000 paid out of thodlstrict treas
ury for tchool purpose In excess of tbo
tchool taxes collected. Tho testbiiony'of
of thrco oflicors corroborated with this
statement and also tbo stHiamoiit mado
by tbo comptroller yesterday,
that tho ... school fund bad
boon over ilrft'tju for lcgotimata tchool pur
pofct ono hundred and seventy threo
thousand dollars. Tbo nrtint; chairman,
Senator Thurmun, lnforuiud tlio Memor
allslt that thoy must present some spocltlc
cliargns lor tlio comiollteo to act upon ny
next l uesday or odnoinlay.
1 bo commilleo then adlournoa until
TUB CIVIL HKRVICB COMMIKSION
has ncrcod to report thu following bill to
tbo Houso with favorablo recommenda
tions; "That no otllcer of tbo Hnitfd
States rhall directly or Indirectly rucolve
or bo paid tn or for bis own use or benefit
any iiiouhv or property wbatuvnr of tb'j
Uultud State., oxcopt a salary to bo llxod
by law. and tbat no public property thall
lm tisod by ollicials, or by any persons for
prlvato purposes, anil that this act shall
not bo so construed ad to prevent tho pay
ment from the treasury nil actual and
necessary traveling expenses of United
Status ollicials v,liun performing legiti
mate and necessary duties belonging to
Ci.RVF.i.AND, March ()..!. JI. Hates, an
advertising agent and dealer In printer's
supplies, loft hero a wonk ago for Now
York, and h&s not since been hoard from.
Ills friends entertain fears for bis safety.
Nkw Youk, March 0. Tlio commit
tee appointed by congress to Inquire Into
tuo alleged MolKtlous oi no eignt Hour
law, In tho work on tho row post olllco
buildlnri begun its cession lo-duy.
Oilico ol Obtcrvation. SIcnal Service U. S.
army, liany report oi iiiesiagc oi water,
with tho cliimgcs for tho 21 hours ending
o ciock p. m., .nan ii u, iaii.
Abovo" ; Changes,
Iwater.' Itlsc.i Fall.
Cairo 411 o 1 0 IF 11
St. Louis 12 10 1 -J 1 0
Pittsburg 0 11 1 0 lio
Cincinnati ',M 710 ill II
Louisville 11 ' 0 ts 0
Memphis :U :i 0 III
VlckaburK r.!i 1 11 in
Shrevcport 21 10 4 0
Nashville SO S 1 C, 0
New Orleans 14 0 0 I 1
Llttlo Kock 1. 0 I
hvaimlllc 1! 0 1
l!elow nigh water marn.
Olnervor Slif. Her. U.S.A.
l'lrrsBUitn, .March 5. Jtlvor rising
with 10 foot 2 inches.
Littm: Hock, March 0. AVoathor
clear and pleaaiit. 'itiver rising slowly
14 foet 0 inches by gauge.
AN I) IlKALEK lit
BmiiTii Ktiikbt, Bbtwhiw WAiiunoToa
AND UOUUBBUIAL AVStHDEA,
Adlolnlut; Ut',Snhotii i.uil tlnriuv'
Kti.u Ilia Imti or Uwil. I'ork. Mutloo VmI
Ltmli, Sllte, ete., foil ar ( tprtJ 10 ri
jiinens in ino inn buciioii nunnfr,
IIYIANI) & SAIIKK,
Ann DKALung in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK KVKHY DKHCItll'TION,
Comer 10th ".treM and Ceinmerrlal avenu
next door to tlio uyianu saloon.
11-10 tf. UAIKO. IMA.
JAM 153 KYM ASTON,
AND DXALClt IN
Mils KINDS OF Ell E 8 11 .MEATS
Near ror. TtTriiilt-lls Nlrt niirt Co
lluvaand tUuuliterH onlv the best Cattle,
lio;i! ami Sheep, and Is prepared to (ill or
ders for Krnsb Moau Irom nun to ten mou
nd pound. .-'ill
ME.4I. StUTATK ttlMCt.
0. WINSTON CO.,
lib; Ma ESTATE AGENTS
74 (e son nn vtootk) onto i.v,
Hut and Sill Kial Katati,
ll UN 1311 AUUTHACIU OV TITI.K
13. F. PARKER,
(Siiecetior to 1'arker Alllake,)
PAINTS and; oils
tut the celebrated lllumbwtla
bboah' loildiko ooi llxK-ar. com
Uairo . iLHslOIi
K. J1AXWELL ft CO.,
Manufacturer! and Dealers In
MACHINE OURNIG OILS
AXLE GREASE; 1
AUo Agents for the
No. "Ill, North ilalne (street,
St. Lonlt, Mo. ,
kj lo, Alllcii.
was nppointod for .Momlay nvoning, lit
Wosloy Ubapul. A union tomporanco
meeting of three churehus wns uppointod
tor Buuday night.
I. C Vaupult spoke and said ho caw
many Cincinnati raloon-koopors In tho
Hiidiencn, interest appear woll brought up
and tlio tittentlon wm nxcollent. Tbn fol
lowing rosolutlon from eight Urine, all
wholesale drugclsts, was received :
Wiikkkah, S'u bellevo the use of
spiritous liquors us n boveridgo Is pro
ductlvo of evil; Its mlsiiso it
poiitlvo Injury; Its oscossivo
uo the sourcn of many crluios which tbu
law is called upon totuppress und punish;
therefore we, tho wholesale druggists ol
Cincinnati, feel tbat ovory movement tbat
will tend to mltlgato or suppress tliii evil
should havo our moral support and'ald In
I'ood faltb. Tbereforo
Kosolvod, That wo, at wholpialo drug
gist ot Cincinnati, will not sen or nn any
orders for spirituous linuora oxcopt to
physicians or druggists. That wo will
not sell it or 1111 orders for it wlion wn
havo roRHon to beliovo that It It to bn sold
oll.H K Loo. Wonthor warm and cloudy,
NAsllaiLLK, March ft. l'.lvnr rose 18
inches tho last 21 hours with l'.i foot largo
on shoals. Kilning hard all day. Arivod
.Ino. 3. liransford, upper Oumburland.
Nkw OiirxAK, March C Arrlvod
Fred Wilson No 'J and barues, Oakland
and barges, l'ittsburg; .lolin A Wood and
barges, Louisville; aegor, St Louis, iiu
departuros. Cloudy und wars.
Cincinnati, .March 0, Kivor RO foot
G incliiM, about stationary. Arrived
(ieo. h'psni'lor, ICentuckv river. Depar
ted Cainolia, Nashvillo; ICatu 1' Kountz,
I'ittsburi:; Andes. Wbculini:: Oeo.
Spangle, Kentucky rivor.
KvANsviLi.it, Alarch C Steady rain all
night, clearlog to-day; mercury 0 to 69;
rivor loll inclios ana roso 2. i'ort list
up Louisville, (ulckttep, Lawrence, l'at
Kogera and Kayolto. uown Mury
lloiifton, John ICllgoiir, 'i'ttracon, Hsper-
aii7.a and .Mary Anient. lluslncH active.
.Mkmi'IIIs, .March 0 A hoary rain
storiu not in at tnldiileht und contlnuod
until noon to-day. Clear and cool this
overling, itlvor swelling slowly, now
within 2 feet of blub water mark. De
parted Sam Tylor.dohn V Tollo, Helena,
St Louis; City of VIckburg, Vickiburg;
llugun, Llttlo llock-.
Loinsvu.i.K, March li. Kivor has ris
en I foot in tbo last 21 hours, and at six
p.m. showed 1- feet In tho canal, lOluulin
Indian fats anu olir.ni iei on iuu ruiki.
Weather cloudv. with slli'ht rain. Arri
ved Audv llaum, Cincinnati, Mary Mil
ler, Now Orleans ; Liberty and bargri,
lronton. jjeparicu anuy imuui, ow
phis; Liborty and barges, St. Louis.
symip AND TOLD
Dr. Cox's llivn (Croup) Kyrnp has lieen
known and lined by the luedlcal pi oft.tr Ion
over 1 1 kj years, ami ui a remedy lor Cold
und Cotiubri lias un older and belter muta
tion tbau unv other CoiilOi medlcliio --r
oilorod to tbo niilillc. It is known .is the
Compound .syrup ol Squills, nnd a formula
may no loiinil in every mcoieai(iipen)'aiory.
Dr. llaiiHOin'H llltu .Svrun and 'loin, In ad
dition to tbn InKredlentH for Cox'.s Jilve
.Syrup, eontalns lt:ilnm ol I'll Its . decoction
ol .Skunk Cabbage Itoot und Lobelia, a com
bination tbat HiiiHt I'oniHienil it toi!erv one
as a superior leincdy lor Croup, Whooplug
Cougb, Artliinu, Itrouchltls, Cougbs and
Colds. Indeed lor all atleetions of the Throat
and I.iiiil's when a coii;'li mrdielne Is
'I'IiIh fevrnp Is oartlully picpired under
the personal direction ol a regular I'byM-
dun Oliver twenty years' praellce, wbo-o
sli;n.'itiiro is nttiicheii to the dlrei'tlons vu
Itstastu is very pleanant unit rhildren
Kvery lamlly hould Ueiqi it ns :i ready
reuii'dy lor Croups and t.'olds, etc., among
I). ItANfJU.M, ,S'N .V Co., I'ioju'h, llilllalo,
DR. J. R. MILLER'S
op, atoong other things, that Altornoy
Utatral "WUllams' properly wat graded
attaa public expense and that the collar
of his bouse waidug,in tbo, tamo way,
From the lame and Impotent attempt at
explanation in ino 'Republican,' ono
would very naturally btlleve the charge
to'Jje true.JTbe manner of tho denial it
evidence of IU being at ttatud by the
'Tftbttnt.' From the frantic ofloru of
tltt-Mjweu, with few exceptions in
WWslgtoa, lo akield and sustain the
boiti-'of pablic worts and tbo "Jlom,"
Hbtwhard, It U evident tbey feel tbo iir
mUWice of the peril surrounding tho Die
- J"1 HI i
tV;(si.8Uphoas, who bti been very ill
In.Tfiiilryi", U reported raucb bolter,
Ths) apiror of Otruiany it suffering
frow pleurisy, and will mako n Journey lo
iUlf ift Um hop of relitf.
Xv.. Cbarlat iUogiley want! an
Ainerican to bury la Wettmlnstor Abbey,
"Tak Boiler" wjrf tbo Boston 'Pott.'
Tba Bar. Vri. Van Cott ii to popular
l Omthik that no church in that (own is
scrutiny, nccordini! to tbo otnprosa, nnd
bis accounts situ more. Tbo cmpresa lias
appointed dudgo liattanero" to represent
It, and while Its members nro salllnc tow
ards Now Vork, Mr. darrett remains horo
against his will, to gtvo nn account or bis
stewardship If bo can. At lirst Mr. jar-
rett ucled for the tbreo principal singors
and they say that when bo could not uot
any more out ot mom Ho turned ngaiusi
mem. ins career us n theatrical roan
ager is consiuorcu al un end, and ovnrv
member of tho company disnlect and
nmus nun, '
TllK 1'AHIS COUltTH.
Tbo Paris correspondent of tbn Vail
Mall (iazotte writes, under dato of Kobu-
nry 2b: Tbo l'arit do Justice was crowd
dod yostordav to oxcois to bear M. .lulet
Kavre plead In favor of Comto Albert do
liourbon, ttatml to bn the ton of one of
the twontv-one porrons who claimod to bo
Loull XVll. It Is nrpocted that tho
great republican advocato will tulto threo
days to establish tho claim of his client to
tho throno. The futbor of tho
claimant was. tho celebrated
Naundorll, clock maker of tho Span
dau, wbo, when ho. first mode known his
nretcnslons, could not speak n word- ot
French; jot whou bo escaped from tbo
temple he mast have been about nine
yean old, Ilowover, Naundorlf is not
iib a boverutto, 'J'hls was the result of tbo
monting of druggists, It was announced
dnriiR' tbn afternoon that anolbnr drill!
i.oum u.m:. Hi,,ent (rom tJ0 ctv W(mld slun this
Lguihvilm:, March C (iroatdlmculty idedco. It was rocelved with treat an
ll mpurioncod in getting a Jury in tho pUuso,
triut ot .Miner aiiom, tor tno muruurer oi tia-vton
1 1 . A1T....1 In !..... It a 1
lti ..IIUIUi III )f HPII lllK-vl, II . , . .... . , n . I
honed n lull lurv will u emi.ann.illed to- . ' n, -"";c.u "'r. aron nm,
. - i . . . . I will In, innnin.nl, n In flin ii n n H I a nt I la.'
morrow ami mo enfo proceeded witu, " " ""ul"' - j
Dr. Alford's threo brotbors, ho at tho r0"' x"0
llrst trial endeavored to obtain an indict- woman's ritAVKH lkauuk,
mcnt against tho wife of tho murdered I
man, aro now zoalons In hor dofeuio. e
Nkw Oiii.kani, March G. Tho Times
has tho following rogardlng the ln.it hours
of tbo legislature!
"Tbo clodnc reencs of tho sossltn woro
marked by tumultuous uxoltomcnf which,
oponlng out In vigorous strength sarly in
tbo evonlnir, urow In forco as the hour of
adjournment drew near und culinlnatod
in a linai ot tucii uproar and nniusion
that Uedltm broke loose or a miiftitiido of
howlinir wild boasts could not. ( v tho re
motest possibility, liavi oltorcdtbo slight
est npprorcb to tho bowlldorliiif'&ll'oct pro
duced by those Solons oi tbo Iftb contury.
In tho houso, frost tho hou of oponlng
tbo evening sossion nt 7 o'clk, tho work
wat nvtiiy and panuouioiiHin sioou re
vealed on oartJi. Tsorn wnfo no lots than
twoaty mombers ipiakicg at onco, nnd
by tbo same ruio lot woro than ono in
twenty pretondodito maintain any famil
iarity with bis sot, but In a nromlscuous
Jumblo all bandtroamod through ipnee,
rids medielno mav with urorrlctv ho
called nn "Unlvertial Itcmeily," u-s It is faM
supert-cdlng all otlniirf ;m a general lamlly
niedlclno. It cured, as If by MAONKTIC
IMFI.IIKNCK. Neiirali:ia und allnuln.ulldls
therefore very properly termed "Magnetic
Halm," It Ih purely a vegctablo preparation.
ii Iiik mi riiunl us n rcmeilv lor Cholera.
Cholera Jlorlius. i)liirrlni'a,lyHelitary,Collo
and all IJoivcl Coniplalntn.
Its timely uno will cure Colds, Croup,
niphtherlii, (iulnsy, and nil 'Ibroat mice-
When properly risen, rnvcr itiiu ytgue.aim
U. W. WUKKLKK,
WOOL AMD CO All
OFFICE ANU YARD:
Tenlb Strcut, between Waslilnijtnu an
Commercial at emies.
A l.run Kiii.t.lp nf I'lttkl.llriy ftnil HI
Muddy coal constantly on band, Htov
wood sawed to prdor. Orders for ceal c
wood should be eft at the office on Tent
Ureut. Turuis. casb on delivery.
Caiho Box and Basket Cd
LUMlsEH OP ALL KIND!)
kah m k aiis Svil A
Keep constantly on hand
Fr.ooitiNn and Hidiho, also LathJ
M 1 I.I. AND Y A IIP COBNIR TrJIRTT-TOURT
aTKKlT ANU OHIO I.MVKS.
MA I HO,
Nkw York March C Treasury dls-
bursiiinents $'.":0,()00. Custom recoipts
:J71!,001. Monev vory easy. Express
I'limates.aro eallv broken un
Norvons I'.iln. Siek-llcadarho. mid Hheil-
inatUiu aro cured by this medicine when all
olliera liavu failed. Tootliache, Luraelio.
lliirns. Chilblains and llnil.'es nro relieved
nt ntifn liv Its life.
rviur- rates 2f.ft3j. Clearings SXl.UUU.uuo. " k ' ,i V ;
Sterling closod vory dull 4 H3Jl nil lor I jjuier'a Magnetlo lliilm blown in the
IS RII'Ul. UIUIU
'r."J.-i.:'V.,.r.; ,l, other comnlilniH incident to our western
laruo niuuuiiiH mm hWM,M i'- -
dealers at 3"f. Thoy have riotillod coun
try correspondents tbat thoy cannot re
ceive furthor deposits. Intorost on gold
ronmul lit Il 'futlll. U OSOU J1S.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
jMII.I.S IV I' A UKF.it, Proprietor.!
Tenlh Stren, between Walnut and was'
llatlnirnuri'lmsed tlio entire stock, .Slabtt
llortes. carriages, uuir :ie. inc.. oi i'
KleM. mid added several new 'turnouts
Mr. Parker now lot lies all hit friends, o
and new. In wautof .Saddle Dorset, Uould
or Single Carriages, or anything cite In I:
ino. to kivo Him ncau. itiiau
Jobii Q. liunuun.
i . . j, ir.i. ij.n.rt i '- -i
n two divisions of about 200 women in sixty days ana -i twos; oij hibui, liottlo. , . tt Tv
uittsioiis ui vu nuiiiuii in I J nn...tnnl mill I'llVftn IIDnt L-.. . ., I n ,.li.o tr nnd lull- linnii lmt tlio I J-'-'
lacii.coiiunandod by airs. jtov. iir. weak- uonuu iu -..':. 1 ' - -
llnnv 'I'lir,,.. ., l,.n,lanMm t-,nn.r ,rrln,l lind COIIOrnl doprOSSlOn. ' ,V li. U,vr X-.Pn.. I'mlir'j. Itlltl'flln.
" ""lurm, ,ii.. ... -u j , I I i .1CTW.., . w.. - - . - ,
lady, marched upon the threo hundrod bar - . , ,.., ,.,.,k,,o N. Y. Jan. JJl-w-Ot.
rooms of navton. tbroui-li dronching .u.viini- i
JOHN Q. HAHMAN & CO.,
-tn a -r- TJieim a ittx"
rain nnd sloppy ttreotn.
umns branched from th
in (ip iipmiii tnimnii itin n a irrn
I""". ."',"! ou'nr ,r,,,n? " halted at AVintbln't collar, w
,i . i ..ii,. u.t i '..'. full of mon drinkinir. Mrs. Moi
".'V" V.'" :'T,.r., "wo.,V' . ,u.0' feredhlin tho nledue ovor tho
uub k jiuuiniua ivbitmir wouiu vuinu ui. i
LOOK OUT 'Oil A BTIIIKK.
The Kow Orient nisoi.latod prott to
day passed n reioluign to reduco tho prion
of composition frm sixty-flvo to fifty
cents por tbouiam orat from and alter
Whrn tho col-
tho Kou'llsh Lutli
oran church after morning prayor, tho
commotion was Intonso.
woro instantly notified to put tholr
houses in ordor and stand uuard. Thov
wero visibly Hllocto 1 us a natural conse
quence of mi nssault to which no physical
or oven loi-nlcslsluncn could bo ollerod.
Mrs. eakloy's column marched up Joir
nraon street to Fischer' and marched di
rectly to hh door, which was shut in their
fncos. Tho women dronnod to tholr knoes
in Hie nnslv Blortnlncss nnd becan tholr
dovotiont, Somo of tho rpocta
tors Woro vlsably nffectod but
many inadn coursn tldo remarks, but no
indignity vmt oll'ered and tho dovotod
spectators worn nrofoundlv Impressnd
wbich ho nlmnnly refutsd anu pro
ceodwl to wait on his customort,
who took their toddies as if nothing un
usual was eolmr on.
In front of Nick Olomons' restaurant
and saloon the door wat closed in their
faces. Thoy knelt in the filth again, and
The great discovory of tbo
ni-fi. Tbore lino pain wblcli
the Centaur Liniment will not
rollovc, no swelling which It
Vf llinot suuuuo, aim no imuu
niita which It Will not euro
Tills in Btrong langnaee. but
"it is true, it in no hurabUK:
mriArsa tbo reclno is printed around
each bottle, A circular containing ccrtlfl
catos of wondorlul euros of rbuuraatlsm
,.n,lrnii in, .it. law. miraliiH. swo lllnm,
tmrns, Kcalds, cukod-brtasts, poltonous
bites, frczcu feot, Kout. salt rheum, car-ocho
.to., und tho reclpo ol tbo Llnimont will bo
sent gratis to anyone, it is thcinost won.
ilorfiil linnllnir nnd Iiuill ICllovini! Sgont the
world has over produced, i t tolls a no ar
ticle cj cr beforo did sell, and It lollshoMUfio
It donJjust what It Pf?1,0"1"!, ''Vn?
ii nr ihn rniitaur Liniment for animals
.1 nom na , (yellow wrapper) I WP"" " uunureu uoi
a 10. Hut- ftw lor ap !?"
Provision, and mules, un. I for row-, orm in aheap.
Nkw Om.r.ANSr March tl, Dry ialt
moats good uomanu; noiu u1V5onii,oa.
lianon llrmor nt Cfif'JJi bams m(a'f
Sunar dull, common Cjj fair to fully fair
Wi't S10JK U,iwi num. i"i""i
grados scarce, prlmo frmontlng cr; j,9CS
bbls., otbors unchanged.
Mr.uriuf, March (1. Flour llrm 0 D0(?i)
!l CO. Oorn moal uuu anu iinciianiruu.
Corn firm. Oats steady uBdoouc. uny
Inferior dull anil unchanged no cboico
horo. ljran, markotbaro- Fork, in light
demand, boldors firm nt inKJ J!5. Lard
Ojl0jo. liacon in luir uomauu iuiu uu-
Cincinnati, March 0. Flour dujl.
"Wheat dull at 1 US1 40. Corn quiet at
&8ffiC2. Oats steady at 4451. Ilyo
steady at 1 00. Ilnrloy dull ami nominal.
Oils unchanged. Kggs heavy at
tor steady. Olieeso ". .n. J!00w owner can aprd to be
strong. , r': .:, ' without Centaiiri.iniiiu iu. i jic, ouceuw;
r.rd firm ! sloam 8J spot March ; kettle ,V'V, ..ntti.,.. 81. J. It. Uoso & Co., 03
8I0o9J. uulk moats iirmi snouiuors jiroadway, Now York.
N OTA RlJJSPUt!
Ami r.iml Aornnts of the Illinois Ccl
and Uurllngton andMlssouriltallroad cd
erllt Cor. of atsi !. suto omT'
! OAIBO, lLL0If.s
DEMI8, BRO., & CO.,
Aqints IIomi Cotton Mills,
NO. 80 Oaio LttVM, oairo, un:
. . . . m. ....ni.,i.i.. . o iTnnAn n .
U Jv ii, oier tiuwvnuit1 k iiiivnu iirni
shouldorsOJGuJi Olt 8J8j cloar 8.
"Whisky llrm at u.i.
CiiicAoo, March 0. Flour firm and
uulet. "Whcnt domand activo and ltd-
1 1 Tl. 1 . u . 1 . . ,1.1 XT- n . .HI.
vancou. no i,'i"t 1 i,u i 1 "'i
OASTOK1A It more limn a tuustllllta lor
Castor Oil. it is ino omy bait, iirueio in
oxlstcnco which Is sure to refiulato tho bow
..i num wlndcoliu uud nruduco natural
sleep. Itispleasauttotako. Chlldronnced
not cry and inolhera may sleep. 10-7 wiy
oiHco over Tboms Bro's. erocerr itot
Mo. 1U1 Commercial avenue, comer Klgb
ttroot. itetidonco corner wasuiBgwn av
ue una t ounoenin sircei.