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OFFICE, SXJIjIiE3TIlr STTIXjIDIXTO-, COH. 12TBC 30712,33130? A. IT ID "WA-SHiasra-TODCsT A"VE2rTTE.
JOHN JI. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1873.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
Preaching, Sabbath nt 10 a.m. and 71 p.ra
Prayer meeting, Wednesday nt 7J p. m.
abbath School, .1 p.m. .1. M. Latmdcn, Hu
pcrlntcndcnt. IUV. II. Thaykii, Pastor
IKTIlOlfiBT.-Cor. Klfthtli and Walnut 8t.
Preaching, Sabbath nt 10 n.in., nml 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Sabbath McIkhiI, 3. p.m. L. W. btillwell,
Kuporlntondont. Kkv. F. L. Thompson,
CHURCH OK TIIK ItKDKKMKJt-fKplsco.
Morning prayer. Hahbalh 10 a.m.
Kvcnlng prayers 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, l n.m.
Hr.v. K. Coan, Hector.
BT. PATRICK'S CHUItCII-Mnlh 8t. and
WasHlngton Avenue. . , .
Public nervlcc, Sabbath 8:10 una 10 a.m.
Vesper, 7 ji.m.
Hnbbatb School. 3 p.m.
Service ever- day, H a.m.
ItKV. 1". J. O'llALLOItAN, Priest.
fr,T. JOSKPIl'f) ;lll'ltCtl.-irriu:ui,) tor-
ncrol Walnut nml Cross streets.
.Man, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vespers 2 p. in.
Man during wet-Is days ft o'clock a. m.
Kkv. Uokkman, Priest.
street between Washington Avenue anil
Waluut street. . i ,
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath Sclioul at 2 o'clock, p. in. 11. C.
Thleleckt:. Superintendent. . .
Iti:v. Iton'T. IlKi.nm, Pastor.
VOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA
TION. Regular meeting t-ccond Monday
t-acli nionlb ut their room over Rockwell
& Co' book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly l'rnjcr ineetliis.Krlday.7 p.m. at
1.. W. STir.i.wr.u., President.
SKCOND .MISSIONARY IIAITIST
CHURCH.- Comer Sycamore ami Forty
tlrst utreel". Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock u. m. anil !! o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The clnircli In eoimceteil with tin- Illinois
Association, by tho First .Missionary Ilap
tlst Church ol Cairo.
Rt;V. Solomon I.KON'AUH, Pastor.
" FRICAN MKTHODIST. Fourteenth, be
ween Waluut and Cedar,
ervlccs .Sabbath 11 a.m.
bbatb School. 1 p.m.
,au inceU nt 3 p.m.
KCOND FRKK WILL HAPTIST--Flf-ttcnth
Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services .Sabbath, 1 nml .1 p. in.
Rev. N. Hickh, Pastor.
FRKK WILL llAI'TIST IIOMK MISSION
SA1HIATH J-CIIOOL. Corner Walnut
ami Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, it a.m.
flRST PRIX "WILL llAI'TIST CHUltCil
-Curry's lJatT.vks .
Services Sabbath 11 a.m., .1 p.m. A 7 p. tn.
Ri:v. Ww. Kkllky, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY llAI'TIST CIICRCU.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth SH.
Preaching Sabbath, 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1 p.m. John Vanllaxter
aud Mary Stephen. Superlntcndcnti.
ItKV. T. J. Snouts, Pastor.
SKCOND HAPTlsT CHUltCII-Kourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only llaplii-t church recognized by the An
hoclatlon. Sen lets, Sabbath, 1 1 a.m. ti p,ni. and 7 p.m.
Itrv. Jacou Hiudlky, Klder.
AlllO "COMM ANDKRY, No. 13. Stated
Assembly nt the Asylum Maonlc Hall, tint
and third Saturdavn In each month.
CAIUO COUNCIL, No.'JI.-ItcKuUrConvo-cation
at Maronlc Hall, the second Friday
In each month.
CAIUO CUAITUR No. 71. Hcgular Con
vocation at Maonlc Hall, on the third
Ttu-Mlay ot evcrv month,
CAIUO l.ODUK, So. !KI K. A A. M.-Ilciru-Ur
Coiiimiuilcationn at Maeouio Hall, thu
hvcoud and fourth MomU) of each mouth.
AI.i:X.VNI)Kll l.ODUK, -ril-Mect In Odd-Kellow-.
Hall, In Arter bulldiuif, every
Thursday cveulnt; at B o'clock.
aovenior-.Iohn M. l'almcr ;
l.leutenant-doveruor John Dougherty ;
cretary of State Kdinuud ltuimuel ;
Auditor of State C. K. Lljiplncott :
htatc Treaurer K. N. llaten;
Co N 0 1 1 Ks S M K N .
.Senators I.yman Trumbull and John A.
'U-preentatlvc for the StatC'nt-I.nr(;e S.
Iteprei-cntatlvo Thirteenth DMrict John
.MKMI1KHS UKSKIlAIi ASSKMIII.Y.
Scnatorii, Kln-t DUtrict T, A. K. Ilolcomb,
vf Union, and S. K. Gilii-on, of (iallatln.
Heprcucutntive, First District 11. Wateon
JuiIkc I). J. Il.iker, of Alexander.
I'rosccutins Attorney.!. V. McCartney,
Clerk It. H. Yocttin.
Sheriir A. II. lrvln.
Wm. Martin Aises-or and Trcwurer.
JuiIkp K. llros".
Aoclate- J. K. McCritc nnd S. Marchil
dou. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Gumruan.
M UN I CTl'A I. TlO V KUNMKNT.
Mayor John M. Lnundcn,
Treaurer II. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller K. A. lluruett.
Clerk Michael lluwluy.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P, H, I'ope.
I'ollce Magbtratct llrom ulid II. Shan
Chlt-r of Police 1. II. Mycr.
Mayor John M. Latuden.
Klrrt Ward-P. O. Sehuh.
Second Wnrd C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood,
Fourth Ward S. StaaU Taylor.
Clty-ut-Urge W. P. llalllday sod D.
IlOAim OK AI.riKUMKN.
First AVard -James Koarden, A. Jl. fiaf.
lord, Isaac Walder.
Second Wnrd-ll. 11. Cunningham, K. llu.
der, Q. Stanccl, .lames owayue.
Third Ward-Wm. Stratton, J. H. Phlll ;,
Fourth Ward-Juo. 11. Uoblnsoii, O. II
ease, J. II. Metcnlf.
FO SALE, ) Jor sal. i FOK SALtt
' I KcrHl J
VOR SALE. J KrBilSlFOIl BALK
Paro from LivinrooL, '
Karo from Lopdchdibht
Farq from Olabqow,
Faro from Qumnstowk
TO OAIKO, : 4 8 30
Ratford, Mnrm A C
rNSIJCCKftSKIM. HAIjLOT for
HENATOIt IN AHKANSAS.
NEW YORK I'liKIMJK
THEIR SUPPORT TO
CATjDWKL I. INVKSTIOATION AD
VUKTHFJt TESTIMONY IN TIIK
M O III LI Kit IN V K8TI O ATION.
TIIK VJSKSIDKNT I.SSI.'KS A PUOC
' . . LAMATION.
under n law of the ttato of Nebraska. Tho
capital li flvo hundred thouiand. Tho
rnilroad company virtually owm tho coal
company, nnd linro had all1 ttw'tmicflU
from it. Tho receipt of tho mine, accord
ing to tho trcaiurer, hnvo been barely uf
llcient to pay expente), tho coal beinj; fur
nlilieil nt $1 HI u ton; No dividends hnvo
bcon declared. Did not know
of money being paid to any commissioner
by tho government to inspect tlio road,
but thought $CO,000 bud been paid now.
Had henrd thnt Wendell bnd been pald(
but on nskiti thu preldunt nnd treasurer
of tho company they said fcticli wn riot
u fact. It win reported that as high ns
$25,000 bad been paid, but bo hnuM
nothing nbout it; ho never paid anything
on tuat account; hud never heard any
thing said that money had been paid to
government directors In excess of. what
they wero entitled to under law.
Adjourn;il till to-morrow.
WAblllNtnoK, .Inn. 17. Tho president
has Issued n proclamation giving public
notice, that from nnd lifter tho -Ills day
of iimreli, 1873, except at herein speciUed,
, persons holding nny civil olllco by np
' pointmcnt undur the coriktitulion nnd
luws of the United .S;Htm, will bo expect
ed whllo holding ollieo under nny stato
or torrttorial government, or under
charter or ordinances of nny municipal
corporation, nnd further that ncwptnfico
or continued holding nnv such state.
A MINISTER WHO CAIUUEDON
CiARVEY'S EVIDENCE IN THE
DEATH OF AN ASSOCIATE EDITOR.
ACTION OF TIIK NKW YORK UAIi
tiik miikkai. nr.rf n LI CANS.
N:w Yohk, Jnn. 17. Tho l.lbernl Ke
publican general conimitteo paod rerto
lutiona giving the Mipport of their organi
zation to Mayor Haveuiyer, wboe election
it declared wm n matter of congratula
ikvkstiqatio.v M.M-r.M.r.11. t,.rri,orini or municipal ollices, ekctive
"Wakium.ton, Jan. 17.-Owir.gto tho of ,ppo,llt,TB ,,y uny J0,din(.
non-arrival oi uov. jjnrney nnu uiner
witnesses, tho sennto comtnitteo on elec
tions adjourned the Caldwell investigation
Tho Credit Mobiller investigating com
tnitteo resumed Its sitting nt noon. Hon.
Aaron Perry of Cincinnati, the counsel
employed by tbo government, was wel
comed, nnd took his iea. with the committee
Tho examination of Durant was re-
civil ollicu m nforeruid under thu govern
myjjt, of tho United Slates, other than
judicial ollices under tho constitution ot
tho United Statca, will bu deemvd n
vacation of federal ollico held by such
person, and will bo taken and treated t.t
ii resignation by such otlicer of his com
mission or appointment in tho service of
tho United States. Tho ollices of justice
tho peace, of ifotaries public, and commis
sioners to tako acknowledgement of
deeds, of bail, or hdminiater oaths, shall
not bo deemed within operation of this
under state, territorial or municipal uu
thority, provided tbo samo is found not to
interfere with tbo discharge of duties as
postmaster. Heads of departments nnd
other officers of tho government who havo
appointive officer, aro requested
to tako notico of this order,
and sen to tbo enforcement ol its
provisions and terms within thu iphero of
their respective departments or offices,
as relates to tho several persons hold
ing nppnintinents under thcrn.
I5y order ot tho president.
Hamilton Finn, Sec y of State.
Litti.k Rock, Ark., Jnn. 17. Another
unsuccessful ballot for senator was had
to-day, ns follows : Dorsey 43, Garland 33,
ilrown 'JO, McDonali 6, Wil.biro 1. It Is
thought tho contest will bo determined
to-morrow, nnd that cither Dorsey or Oar
land will bo elected.
Indiakai-ouk, Jan. 17. Mrs. Marga
rett Longley of Cincinnati, nnd Mrs. II.
M. Thutlcr of Illinois, addressed tbo
members of the legislature in joint con
vention this p. m., on tho subject of
This aubcrb hair dye la tho licit in th
world perfectly harmless, reliable and I e
Rtaiitaneous. No disappointment. Tho gen
uine , A. Uutcliclor'a Hair Dyo producoun
Immediately natural black or browth Does
not stain the tkln but leave tbo hair clean
soft nnd beautllul. Tho only safe and per
.ectuiltdye. Sold by all drugk-lsti. Fac
tory, IS tend itt-Mt, N, Y. U-ll 8w.
lumod. Witness said it wai his intention j op.rHlit)ni atl(1 )IlB'v bo Lc, j by
nsci.aui iiw muwi v.vi. -.vM...v. icuurni ui.iLuri. aoo Hjipoiuiineui ui uep-
stock Ames bold by tho suit which bo ' uty marshal of the United States may bo
bad commenced agaiimt Ames. All stock conferred upon sherifl. Deputy postmas
. ,.. . . , , .. ., , , tcr whoo othco does not exceed 5'j00 per
held by Amos was derived from dividends. m uf(J ul(f) 0XCL..)t,j froln lIj0 0 ' -
not call to tnlna any member oi con- tioni of this order. r.nd may
grcss employed as counsel by tho credit except und hold appointments
.Mobillor. In answer to n 'juestion
whether any members of congress wero
stock holders in tho Credit Mobillor, tbo
witness Answered, there was, nnd that tho
books would show among whom
tho dividends wero distributed.
In regard to tt check given Harlan,
witness said ho gave tho money ns a per
sonal friend of Harlan. Tho checks wore
drawn on soma New York bank; did not
know what one, ns ho kept several bank
accounts; tho money was to nid in tho
stato election ; wanted to have Senator
Harlan olected. Did not toll bun tho mo-
tivo of my contribution. I had a largo In
terost in Iowa, by which I mean 1 hnd
some county bonds, tho payment of which
somo of tho randidatcs for tho legislaturo
worn opposed to. I was satis
fled that Harlan should win. Witness
was interrogated at length as to tbo pay
ment of general oxponses of tho compnny
by him, for which bo gavo vouchers.
Somo of tho monoy w-as paid to counsel.
J. 1!. Stewart of Washington, got $100,
000, nnd Alexander Hays $"5,000 or $100,
000. Thev woro cmploved in making ar
rangements for tho Union Pacific railroad
company with tim Leavenworth Ac Paw
nee railroad company, and settling other
disputod mnltors. They were not author
ized to usoono dollar to inlluonco legisla
tion directly or indirectly. "Witness gavo
monoy to Stewart and Hays to pay over
to Pearson, who was pccunarily interoUnd
In tho Leavenworth fc Piiwneo railroad,
and thon gavo witness vouch
ors or rocoipts. The chair
man askod wltnois whether bo had
any knowledge, information or belief that
two chocks of Senator Harlan woro om
bracod in ono of tho accounts of the organ
ization, to which witness roplled that tho
mi-ttor was novor brought before, ami
novor rejeotod by, tho comtnittoo. It was
known by thorn that ho h id given these
chocks. Ho was asked n question concern
ing them and replied that It was his own
private matter, Tho witnoss was closely
Interrogated as to tho oxpondlturu of
monoy by Stewart end Hays. Ho did not
bellcvo ono dollar was spent to inlluonco
or securo legislation.
liuostlon : "Did tboy present such pa
pors or vouchers to show that tbo monoy
was legitimately oxpoudod, and not to in
lluonco legislation ?"
Answer; "I was satisllod at tho time
that tbo oxpondlturo was legitimate.''
"Witness was oxamined in regard to tbo
Ames contracts with tbo Union I'acillc
railroad, nnd was askod: "Supposo tbo
road was built economically, and tho capi
tal stock hnd boon subscribed and paid in
cash, would not tho amount of tbo govern
ment loan of $27,000,000 nnd tho capital
stock or 37,000,000, amounting to $01,.
000,000, have built nnd cquippod tho rond
without roferenco to land grants V Ho
nnswerodi "It would not ut thotimotbe
work was comtnonced, but might bo nt
present with tbo facilities afforded for,
I think, nbout $05,000,000.
Question : "Do you know of any porson
holding tho olllco of government director
in tho Union Pncillo railroad company
einco Its original establishment, who has
been Intorostod directly or indirectly, so
far as you know ' "
Answor: "I know of no other gontle
man thnn Jnincs tirooks. I nm n mbscribor
to stock of the Wyoming coal company.
The contract with this company and tho
Union Paclflo railroad wa ontorod into
in July, 1868. Tbo Wyoming company
was organlad In the subsequent October,
Washi.voto.v, Jan. 17. Sen. Schurz
called up tho Vienna oxposition bill,
which passod ; yaoi '20, nays IS.
Senator Morton called up his resolution
instructing the committee on elections
toenquiro into tho defects of tho present
clectorul system, and tho best me mm for
routed ving them, nnd tpoko ut length
At tho conclusion of Senator Morton's
remarks, Senator Trumbull spoko briefly
on the tame subject.
Senator Shnrumu called up tho bill to
rovUo thu laws relating to mints, assay of
llcoi it ii J uoiuagu of tbo United States,
which was amended nnd passed,
On motion of Sonntor Crngin tho bill to
provido for tho building of ndditionnl
sloops of war was taken up. Ponding
notion upon it tho eenntu adjourned till
Tim postollico comniittoa to-day unani
mously nuthoried Oon. Farnswortb,
chairman, to prepare n bill to reduce let
ter postage to two cents, nnd requiro pay
ments on all printed matter except weekly
circulations in countios where tboy nre
printed Uy tho proposed bill tho ts
tlmato of tho post-otllco dopartmont shows
that thirteen millions aro annually lost on
account of postngo on prlntod mutter be
ing uncollected or confiscated by post
mastorii. Tho liouno I'ouimiltoo on elections this
morning iigreod to report in favor of oust
ing Walls, colored, liopublican mombor
from Florida, nnd giving toat to Mibbick,
Democrat. Tho enso of Cowon against
DoLargo was postponed till next week.
DoEargo will probably bo ousted.
A discussion took plato anil a good deal
of opposition was allotted.
Senate bill wus taken from tho apimkcr's
table to grant u titlo to certain binds in
tbo stato of I own. It conflrms certain
railroad lands to Mississippi and Mis
souri, nnd tho Chicago, Rock Island nnd
Mr. Slovons moved to lay tho hill on tho
Tho main question was tbou ordered
yeas 88, nn'ys 73.
Iloforo coming to lliml yotu tho homo
a m in 1ST Kit' h i.ottkkv.
New Vcjkk, Jan. 17. Kov. W. O.
Clark has been expelled from tho Now
York conference of tho M. K. church for
carrying on a lottery, ostensibly for tbo
benotltof n mission liouso nnd freo read
Tho report of llnding a bottlo of strych
nia in tbo tell lately vacated by Stoke, is
erroneous; tho drug was "nux vomica,"
nnd bad been medicinally proscribed.
JOSHUA LEVITT, 33. !.,
Astoclato editor of the Independent, did
In ISrooklyn last night from appoploxy,
while at the resldenco of bis ton.
New Yokk, Jan. 17. In tho Tweed
trlnl this morning, a number of warrants
and vouchers wero read, counsel fur
Tweed objecting in u number of in
stnnces. Davidson, tbo safo man, testified
to doing worl: for tbo city in '870, and
presenting bills to Woodward. Ono
claim for 510,040 was roviscd on tho war
rants to three times that amount, but ho
only got a check for tho llrst named sum.
He had no business dealings with Tweed.
Oarvey, tho ring plasterer was culled for
tho proaocution, when ccur.iel for do
f end iint niked tho clerk of ;ho court for
the indictment against him. He testified
to certain dealings with Woodward and
Oarvey certified to other warrants, and
repeated fomo of bis testimony given
in Hall's trial, showing that bills wero
advanced fraudently. About tho time of
tho disbursement of vouchers witness went
with Ingersoll who bad access to Tweed's
office. Ingersoll wont in first, and nflor a
few minutes called him in. After somo
conversation, witness said to Tweed :
"What am I to do?"for ho was dreadtully
ex;itcd, nnd defendant answered : "If any
body nskes you, tell thorn you paid no
tnoucy to anybody except Wutson," nnd
that was his last interview witli Tweed.
This was a few days beforo they got
him to leave tho country.
Oarvey testified that he told Woodward
there was fCO,000 duo him from Tweed
und Greenwich, and $50,000 cash advanced
to Tweed in two sums ot $10,000 nnd
$40,000, which, with other sums worked in
made a total ot about $395,000; that was
settled; witness should mako out his bill
60 that 35 per cent, of them would pay
him; hu presented warrants to tho amount
of 1,100,000; bis bills woro arranged by
Ingersoll, Woodward nnd Watson. Wit
ness diggod a collar for Comptroller Con
Connelly's house, and had a plan
for buildings, and thus secured $119,000,
und whon tho monoy was obtained Wood
ward mauo ii deposit at llroadway bank in
favor of Tweed.
Oarvey will bo cross-oxiunlnod on Mon
day. A great crowd is expected.
NEW YORK 1IAK.
A well attended mooting of tho mem
bers of tbo bar was hold in tho United
States circuit court room this afternoon, to
tako appropriate action upon tho
retirement ot Justico Nelson from
tho Unitod States supremo bench.
Charles O'Conor presided. Among
thnso present woro Win. Kvnrts,
Tremnino, Ward nnd Judgo Picrrcpsnt.
Charlos O'Conor paid n lilting tributo to
Judgo Nolson's careor on tho bench. An
address to Judgn Nelson wns adopted,
nnd it comiiiilteo appointed to present it
ka.vsak l-itv iii;li.kti.v.
Kanmas Citv, Jan. 17. Tho bnnkrupt
snlo of tbo Bulletin of this city took place
to-Jiy. Tho bids voro nil scaled and tent
to the United States dlitrict court nt Jef
forton City; thereforo tho purchaser Is
Londox, Jun. 17, A World specinl
says: Prince Napoleon authorizes mo to
say ho will abstain from ull intrigues
either in bis own behnlf or Napoleon
tbo IV. Whon hit rights ns a French cit
izen are recognized ho will ndhcra to tho
Nkw Yokk, Jan. 17. Monoy easy, most
of tho day G7, but closotl 7 gold. Na
tional bank notes uro becoming n drug.
Sterling tlrmor 0J(3JJ. Gold stronger,
ranging l-jfjj, closing 12J12. Loam,
lr for carrying nnd Hat for borrowing.
Clearings $47,000,000; treasury disburse
moiits $'J03,800 engagements for export
to-morrow $1100,00(1 gold coin; $-J50,000
silvor burs. Governments dull but firm ut
a slight itdvnnco. Stnto bonds nominal.
6s of '81, 1CJ; C-UOs or '03, 14; do of 'H4,
14; donf'uS, lfi; 5-20's, now, of '05; 14;
of '57. 151: do nf'nB. 15: naw 5s. 113:
l0-40s, llf; Mo 8s, 03 J,
THE IOB GOING OUT OF THE !
PORT OP ST. EOU1S.
XARROW ESCAPE OKSKVKRAI.
HOTEL IWRN'KD IN IOWA.
EXPLOSION-TRAINS OFF THE
Tallaiiashe, Fin., Jan. 17. A boiler
cxptoston occurred on Wednesdayvon tbo
Cbattahoochio river, nnd killed two per
sons and wounded several others.
lllltOWK KIUW HIK TRACK.
Poktlanh, Mp., Jan. 17 YcstoYdoy
near Wells village, a construction train
containing a gang of laborers, was thrown
Irom tbo track against n reck and broken
tn two. Twenty or thirty men aro ro
ported more or less injured.
JUMPED THE TRACK.
Tm:sV!i.LE, Pa., Jan. 17. An accident
occurred on tbo Alleghany Valley rail
road at noon to-day, at Scrub Grass. Tbo
sleeping-car on tho train from Pittsburg
this morning, jumped thu track and was
precipitated into tbo river. A Mr. Hitter
of Pittsburg, wus killed. Joseph Ross of
Pittsburg, Jno. M.RIoh of Oil City, Chas.
Kurnilt of Oil City, were badly, nnd tbrco
others slightly injured.
CmcAao, Jnn. 17. A flro.nt Chorokec,
Jown, this morning, destroyed Mcl.sins
hotel, with tho content., including tho
baggagoof most of tbo guests. Loss $18,.
000 ; iniuranco $i!,5000.
St. Louis, Jan. 17. At thu tlmo tho
gorgu started Jas. A. Smith and his sou
Stephen, ico doalcrs, were cutting ico near
one of tho bridgo piers. Tboy each 6oized
a plank und startod for sboro but beforo
reaching it, thu elder Smith thought bo
would bo safer on it platform they bnd
been using in;tbcir ico cutting operations,
nnd returnod to it. Tho son got safely
nsboro but bis father was carried down
with tho gorgo nnd was in imminent dan
ger of being crushed by tbo Ico. His son
followed down tbo levco with n friond, nnd
whon opposite tho docks, nearly two miles
from their starting point, tboy pushed out
over tho ico and after a severe nnd uan
gcrous struggle, reached Smith at tho bead
of Arsenal island and roscued him from
his perilous position, and brought
him ashore. Fivo minutes after
Smith was rescued the platform
upon which ho had been was dashod to
Three stone cutters who woro nt work
on tho bridgo piers when tho ico broke,
wore compolled to remain there till 0
o'clock to-night, when thoy vero taken on"
by a lug. Tho gorgo was utmost entirely
ran out at 7 o'clock, and sinco thon only
isolated cakes of ico huvo been floating
past the city. All tho wbarfboats nnd
ferry-landings aro crowded upon tho
loveo inoro or loss, and somo of them will
bo returned to their places yith difficulty,
ns tbo river is now fulling ns fust us it rose
th'w afternoon. Tho damage ns far ns
known is cutting down tho towbont Wild
Duck, lying nt tho foot of Mcrrlmac
street, South St. Louis, nnd sinking a burge
with GOO tons of iron ora
belonging to the steamer Comet. Tho
Duck can bo raised. Tho belief Is that ull
tho gorges between hero and Cairo
will bo carried out to-night, and naviga
tion south will bo resumed to-morrow.
Tho weather is somowhal milder to-night'
still freezing hard.
Wasuinoton, Jan. 17. For New Eng.
land tt lid .Middle states rising barometer
and low temperature, brisk nnd fresh
northeasterly to northwesterly winds nnd
generally clear weather. For Suiilli At
lantbi states winds shifting to northo-iU-erly
und northwesterly, rn-ing bnnunutur,
lower temperature, und very generally
clear weather. From thu Gulf to I.aUo
Krio und Upper Lukes northwesterly to
northoasterly winds nml generally clear
St. Louia, Jan. 17. Hogs ?3 40(ri;3 15;
mostly $;l 503 70, receipts 7,300.
Ciiiuauo, Jun. 17. Flour In fair de
mand higher, extra spring $0 l!5(jiH 85.
Wheat ncli vu aud advanced, No 2 spring
Jl SUj upotj SI 24j February; No J $.
00J. Corn steady mixed 'Mo spot; UOJfii,
30jo Februajv. Oats in fair demand ami
higher No 2 -J5j24je. l'.yo steady No li
07Jc. Huriep active high. No 2 fall 74J(iy
75c; No 3 C0(2,01c. Provisions nctivo ad
vanced, mess pork $11 80 spot; $1'J12 05
February. Lard $7 H(i(,f) 35. Halt meat
bold J highor. Greon bums 70 for 10 His
uverago. Hulk meats steady, shouldora
4c; short rib f35Jc looso. Whiskey 8So
bid 88Jc nsked; no snlrs.
New Yoiik, Jun. 17. Flour very firm,
otl'erlngs light; super f 0 10g0 50; common
to good extra $7 107 05; good to choice
$7 758 25; white whont oxtra $8 !1510.
Whisky nt Olio. Wheat firm, moderate
roguo'fs; No 5 spring 1 02 I Ii5 ; No 2
Northwest SI 55; whlto western J'.'; No 2
Chicago afloat $1 I'J, ltyn firm. Ilarloy
steady; woftern St. Com in fair demand;
weste'rn mixed allont tli;r,0Jc; storo 033
tile; mixed western C51(n.0tic. Onjs steady;
now western mixed 60(ey'22c ; white S3(ji)
54Jc. Ooffeo strong nnd higher; Rio l'fci)
lOjo. Sugar and molasses unchanced.
Pork firm; moss $13 2613 75; prlmo $14
14 50. Hoof dull ami unchanged ; cut
meats unchnnpep. Lard firm; westorn
lonm8Jl4c; February 83v.
New Uki.kanj , Jnn. 16. Corn scarco,
advanced all kinds 75c. llacon scarce,
ffrm 61 6J 10J 10J. Lard easier,
tierce 7J8J, othors unchanged. Sterling
32; tight; gold 13; cotton easier, sales
5000; good ordinary 10?18J; Midg. 10,
mldg. Urlcans 19J ; receipts 0,tW7 ; exports
Harcelona 1,303; constwlsoSO; stock 171,
255; week's sales 31,000; receipts not.
18,597; gross 51,055.
Mkmi-iii.", Jan. 17. Cotton dull do- i
cllncd, good ordinajy l7Jc, low middling 1
18Jc; receipts 1,855; shipments 1VJC5; stock j
2t),20. Flour scarco and firm Wt 10 50.
Corn monl to urrlvo S3 'J.i. Corn norm
hero. Gats good dcuinnd 50e. Iluv none.
Ilrnn la nrrlvo 23. Hulk ments active nnd
highor l0J7c. Lard quiet and un- .
St. Loui, Jnn. 17. Flour firm nnd tin-
changed. Wheat irregular; No 'J soft
spring $1 31; No -I red $1 03f..)l 05; No3
$1 85. Corn firm and newly, No 1!
mixed 30c; No 3 white mixed 3'Jjc; No 2
iiilxeil sellor January 38c. Oats inactive;
sellers linn; bufinet small; unchnnced
prices. Rarley receipts smsll; Iowa 75
83c, Ryollrm; No 2 Hl75e. Pork un
changed; salt meat firm and in good de
mand; shoulders Uc; r.lcir rib 5c. lla
con firm; shoulder 5jf;5jc; clear rib 7J
7c; rloar stiles TlfJ-T-iot hams HJl3c.
I.urd hlghfr, 7"i:. Ilighwlnes steady,
00c. Cattle firm; Texas !?3l 60; hlp
pors $4 75(i0.
It No tttiil rnlloriTie Itltcr-.
Kor 2lhourttn4lng.it .1 p.m. Jan. 17, 171.
l low c e
ft In -2
I 'l vail'. lllulT-.
to ' r,
... Shrcvciwrt .... 1
. Natllvllk I ..
Oorced. flltlow liljlt water. JUUiiV
OlBtial. IHO.MA I.. WATSON',
Obicttcr Slil. Ser. U. S, A.
St. Louis, Jan. 17. River began to
rise tpiilu inpidly this morning -md nt
nbout hnlf-linst two It. in . feu ttoriro ubovo
ttio bridgo piur broke with tremendous
Lurst nnd ruslieil uown wun irresitinuio
force and great velocity. Rlvur men sny
no such umount of Ico ever ran down tho
Mississippi in tho same length of time.
Kiver Is now bank full of ico nnd run-
ning with great rapidity on n six foot
rue. ii iv ii viio cavi-ihi-'ii -t r,ui,iii ...V
now boat Wild lJuck at lower loviti
no dutii'igtj is reported to far. From dis
patches received it is supposed tho ico in
tho Missouri rivor Is brokon high up nt
Kansas city, und in tho Mlssi.eipdi Kit far
up as Louiiiann. Mo.
Cincinnati, Jnn. 17. River 15 feat nnd.
stationary. Departed, Andes for Wheel
ing; Hollo Vernon for Nashville; Collier
and bnrgos for St. Louis. Cloudy und
New OiiLKAN.t. Jan. 17. Arrived,
Thompson Dean and Mary E. Poo Irom
Cairo; Semlnoli! from tho Arkansas rlvvr.
Departed, Molllo Moor tor Pittsburg.
PiTTrtiiuno, Jan. 1.. Cloudy; mercury
'21. At 5 p.m., river rislug gradually, 18
feet 2 Inches rise sinco 8 o'clock this a.m.,
4 J feet ico at Oil City broko lust night,
boon running heavy ull day. Monorig.t
bolu now freo from ico and rising slowly
ut head water. Coal barges will not bo
nblo to get out for soveral days. Only n
few steamers in in tbo river nt present,
but it is expected thnt a number will ro
turn from recent trips in timo to 'ako
consideriiblo quantity of coal on tho pro
Vlt.'K-iiiuiui, Jan. 17. Down: John II.
Miiud, R. K. Leo. Up: Dexter. Weather
cle-ir. River rising.
Mr.Mrms, Jun. 17. Wenlber clear nnd
cold. Hiver rising. Arrived: Dordonello
Arkansas river. Departed-. Lady Leo, St.
Loins. Mary Miller, Cincinnati.
Kvanstillk, Jan. 17 AVtmthorcloudy
and very cold; mercury 11 to 10. River
risen 3 inches, covored with sharp ttiin ice;
danger of closing again. Down: Evans
vlllu 9 run ; Morning Star, ' 1:30; Tariscon
5:30; J D Porker. Up. Quickstep, 1 1 p.m.;
Fayetto 10 n.m,; J N Phillips nnd barges
11; tow boat nnd bnrgos, 4. Ilntness nc
tivo. City of Alton, fully laden, leaves
Louiavn.i.K, Jan. 17. River risen 0
indies and rising; 7 feet 11 inches canal; 5
feet 11 inches. Weather cloudy nnd cold;
slight snow nt Intervals; mercury ranged
II to 17. Arrived: 11 S Turner und
HiMiinrck from New Orleans; K II Durfeo
from St. Louis; Wm Cowen from Jlem
pblj; Tom Dodsworth and Charloy Mc
Donald from Pittsburg. Departed : Jno
Kllgour, H S Turner nnd Arlington for
Cincinnati; E H Durfee, Tom Dodsworth
nnd Churloy McDonald for Pittsburg; de
layed gcttfni: tii'ough canal owing to
nilinbor coal bouts going through; Molllo
Kbort for New Oilcans.
Our Home Advertisers.
Is hereby given that default hat Ire been
made Tor more than sixty days In the pay
ment or n portion of the
amount secured to he paid by a
certain morigngo executed by Frank llan
eamp lo j-ainiiel StaaU Taylor and Edwin
Parson-, tru-tees of tho Cairo City Property,
ti lted March 10, 1MJ4, and recorded In the
recorders pillce, In end lor Alexander
county, In tho Kate ol ;illlnois, In hook I, or
ileed.. on pao H, etc, we, the under
MciiciI, alt trustees Mill on Friday, the
2 III day or January next, A. I). 1873, at 10
0 clock In the forenoon of that day, tinder
and iv virtue orthn power orsalo contained
ii .iid mortgage, sell at puhlle auction t thu
li'heH lilildcr, forca-h.attlicolllce bulldlnir
ot Mild triiMees, corner or Washington ave
nue und Eighteenth Mreet, In the city of
Cairo, In Alexantler county ami Mate of 1111.
liols. all the rixht, tltlo ami Interest or Mid
1 rani; Haiieainp, or hU a-slgns In and to
lot numbered :i (three,) In tilock numbered
I I (lol ty.) In ?.ild elty ot Cairo, aecordlmr to
the recorded plat thereof, with the appurte
nances to s.itUfy the purposes and tojiUI.
lion ol ald mortgage.
I ni-tecsnf the Cairo City Property.
P-'teil Cairo, Illinois, December 30, 1S72.
Ik hereby given that dcrault havln? been
ni.iile Tor more Ihau nlxty dayn In tho pay.
incnlor a portion of the amount secured to
be paid bv u ceitulu mortgage e.eciltcd by
John I'. 'I aggni t to Samuel Staats Taylor and
Kit win lir.oiis tni-teen of the Cairo City
Property, tinted Nov. 14. INJI. and recorded
In the recorder's olllco, in a dlor Alexander
"nnu), iii uiu ruuu in Illinois, in nooii r ol
tleeiU, mi page ln2,cte.,we, the iindcrnlgncd
tru-tct-s will on Frldiiy, the 21th day of Jan
uary next, A. I). 1873, at 10 o'clock In the
Inrenooii o( that tiny, under and by virtue of
the powernrnaleenutalneillu K.-ild inortiraire,
h-II at public miction, to the highest bidder,
lor cu-h, at the olllce building or said trus
tees corner or W'a.shlngtoii avenue and
l-.lthtecntli street, In the city or Cairo, In
Alexander county and state or Illinois all
the right, titlo and Interest or said John P.
Taggait, or hH avlgns In and to lots num
bered 1! (nineteen,) 2u (twenty,) 21 (tweuty
one.) 22 (twenty-two.) 'it (twenty-three,) and
24 (twenty.t'oiir,) In block 68 (lllty-elght,) lu
the Kim Addition to the city of Cairo, ac
cording to tho recorded plat thereof, with
the appurtenances to satlry the purposes
and condition or said mortgage.
S. STAATh TAYLOIt,
Tni'tees or the Cairo City Fropertv.
Dated Cairo, Illinois December 30,
Jood for man. Inflammstlon ot all
);luil, Dlpbtbtria, Wounds, llrulscs, Hums,
bpralns, ltbcumatlsm, Boro Throat, ttwclltnc: of
tbo UUnds, lntt&muistlon of tbo Kres, llroken
Urcstt, Frost Ultcs, C'aUblalss, Piles, lieu Stings,
und all Sores. , n
Good for Ilcntt.'-Frcih Wounds, Galls,
Poll DO, Bpralns, Uralses, Cracked lleiiijiinn
Hone, W lDil (Jails, bpavlus, Sweeney, Founder,
l.nmtncit, Hand Oracles, Scratches, or Urease,
MiDfo, llorsa Distemper.
Till truly wonderful lilnlnient nni
dlncovtred liy llOMKIl ANUKItSON, A.M., lata
l'rnfestorof Cliemlslry anil Mstbematlcs In tho
Clinton Liberal Institute, of Oneida County, N. Y.
In experimenting for tho puroe of making
l'ninlc Acid, liy unttlns tho IndepeudentKU'eous
liodicsof wblcn It is composed, u residuum was
left, which, on being applied to bnilses and In
llamcd parts, by the students of the Institute, was
found toposiicss tho remarkable property ot cool.
Ing down and carrylnc on" tho lntlaiumatlou and
porcnees at once, and restoring tbo parts to sound
ness and health lu a few hours without pain or
It I not a heatltic liniment, but
acts by Hi peculiar tpeelilc or chemical qualities
In dlsiolrlng and scattering the soreuest and In.
flammatlon of the Injured part. Dy a free ap
plication, tho red surface soon bocomrs cool,
nolit and natursl.and Is restored to natural
health without suppuration or destruction.
Aa a Liniment for Horae Fleaa,for
the euro ot all tho ailments named above, ws
cballcujn tho world to dnd Its equal.
Price 35 A SO ccnU per bottle.
" D. RANSOM, EON oi 0a, PropX
BUFI'AI.O, X, X.
settee la local mtuuna.
1 hereby jjlven that ilerault having been
mnilo Tor tnoro than nlxty days In the pay
ment ot a portion of the umount secured to
be paid by u certain morl'airc executed by
Joiepli McKenztc to Samuel Staats Taylor
and Kilwln Puri-ons trustees of tho Cairo
City Property, dated Sptemberl3. ISOS.and
reeordetl In the recorder's office. In and for
Alexander county, lu the state of Illinois, In.
book P of deeds on lmBe 1,u- u,c- wu the
undersigned i-aid trustees, will on Krlday,
the 'Jlth day or January next, A. 1). 1873, at
It) o'clock lu tho forenoon of that day, under
and by virtuo of tho power of sale contained
in tali! morti:aLro,ell at public, auction to the
lil--liet bidder, for cah, at the oflec build
In of said trui-tees, corner of WaHhliurton
avenue and Eighteenth street, in the city or
Cairo, In Alexander t-ountv and Mate of Ull.
mils all the rlt;lit, title and interest or said
JoephMcKcti7icorhl4 aligns in and to lots
numbered IS. (lilteen.) 10 (-txteen,) and 17
(cventeen,) In block numbered 2 (.wo,) in
the Fourth addition to the said city ol Cairo,
according to tho recorded plat thereof, with
the appurtenances to satWy the purpose
noil condition of said innrtgago
S. STAATS TAYLOR,
TruMed ot the Cairo City Property.
Dated Cairo, IlliuoU, December 30, l37i.
Is hereby given that default haling been
made lor more than l.ty days lu the pay
ment nl'a portion nfthe amount vecuretl to
bo paid by u certain mortgage executed by
l'.n In Maxwell to Samuel Stunts Taylor and
I'.ilwln Pars-ons.tra-tccs or the Cairo Citv
Property, dated September 10, 180:1, anil
reeorilett lu the recorder' it olllce, in and for
Alexander county, in the stato ot Illinois In
book l. ot dcedi, on page t!4!l, etc., we, tbo
undersigned viid trustees will, on Friday,
tho 24th day ol January next, A. 1)., 1873, at
111 o'clock in the torenoon of that day, under
nnd by virtuo nfthe power of salu contained
In Kiid mortgage, bell, at public auction, to
the highest bidder, for cash, at the otilce
building of said Tru-tees, corner or Wash
ington avenue and Eighteenth street, tn tho
City of Cairo, in Alexander county and state
ol'llllnnts, all the right, titlo anil Intel est of
said Kriin .Maxwell or hi a-sigus, in and to
lot numbered 3 (Three), in block numbered
48 (lony-elglit), In tho first addition to said
city ol Ci'lio, iiccorillni; to tho recorded plat
thereof, with the nppuitenances: to satisfy
the puipoie' and condition of said Mortgage.
S. STAATS TAYLOR.
Trustee of the Cairo City Property.
Dated, Cairo, lilt., December SO. Ia7a.
1 I -ilu I
Is hereby given that ilerault having beeu
mailt-I'nr inoro than slxtv davH in the nay-
incut oi a portion or the umount secured to
be p ild by ii eerta'ti mortgage executed by
Warren C. Dimnlti;; to Samuel Slants Taylor
anil l.'ihvlu Parsons, tru-tecs of tho Cairo
t in Property, tinted November llth. 1S04.
and I'eeoiiledin the reeort'ei's olllce, in and
tor Alexander eounty, In the stateor Illinois,
in Hook K, of tlee I-, on page :NS etc, we, ,
the uiiileislgiieil sulil trustees, will on Fii
ilui, the ilth la of .lunuary next, A. D.,
IM.il, nt 1U o'clock lu tho lorenoon of that
tl.i), uiiiler and by virtue of the power ot
sail- eomaiiied.iu said mortgage, sell, ut pub
lie auction, to the highest bidder, lor cash,
at the olllce building of said trustees, corner
ot Wn-lilugtnnuvcuiicuiiil eighteenth street,
lu tne city of Cairo, In Alexander county
und state of Illinois, all the right, title and
Interest of said Warren C, Dunning or his as
signs. In ami to lot numbered 31 (tlilrly-ouc),
ami Hi tthlity-tivoj, lu block numbered 73
tsevcnt)-lhrce, In said city of Cairo, accord
ing to the recorded plat tlit-rcor, with the
upjiiirteua.iees, to satUly the purposes and
condition of said mortgage.
Trustees of the Cairo City Property,
Dated, Calm, Ills., December W, 1S72.
Is hereby glum that ilerault having beeu
uiudu for morn than sixty days in the pay
ment of u portion ol the amount secured to
be p ild by n certain mortgage executed by
Jo-chh Moiieiizio 1 1 Samuel Staats Tuylor
nml IMwIn Parsons, truteeH of the Cuior
fit Property, tinted . March lllth, WW, and
recorded lu the recorder'-: olllce, in und lor
Alexander eounty, in tho statu of Illinois, lu
bonk P, of deeds mi pjgo 115, etc.. we, thu
undersigned s.iU trustees, will, on Friday,
tho "Jltli day ot.lanuary, next. A, D., 1S73,
at 10 o'clock In tho liuenoonof that day, uu
dcruuit by virtue of the power or sale con
tained in said mortgage, sVl. nt publio auc
tion, to dm highest bidder, for cash, at the
ollico building of salit trustees, corner of
Washington incline and Eighteenth street.
In the city or Cairo, In Alexander county
und stato of Illinois, nil the right, title rud
Interest of said Joseph McKenzie or his as
signs, lu and to lot numbered .'12 (thirty
tlio), 3.1 (tlilrty-thrcc), atnp4 (thlity-foun,
in block numbered 2 (two), In the fourth ad
dition to rnbiclty ot Caiio, according to the
recorded plat thcreol, with the appurtenan-ce-
to -.atl-.iV the purposes and condition ol
S. STAATS TAYLOR,
' KDWIN PARSONS,
. TruJtecs of tho Culro City Property,
Dated, Cairo, Ills, December ft), llil.