JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
ofb-ioh, Btrijiia?iiT BTriiiDiira-, oob. 12TH stebet A.2STX) -wLaHxisra-Toisr .a.v:ej :ettj-:ej.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 18T3.
I'reuclllnj,', BabbtUi ut 1J a.m. and 7) p.ui
leaver meeting, "Wediiowlay ut'l p. in.
'abballi School, 3 p.m. J. M. Luusdou, Su
perintendent, Jli:v. II. Tiiaykh, I'attor
MKTllODlST.-Cor. Eirblli amLWalnut St.
I'rcuclilniC. .Sattbatli ut 10) a.;fiid 7 p. ui
t'raycr meetiur, Wednesday, ft P-w-
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. btlllwell,
. riupcrinteiidont. Hkv. F. L. Thompson,
CHURCH OK THE REDEEMER (Epltoo-
Morning prayer. Sabbath 10 a.m.
Kveulnx prayers, 7J p.m.
Sabbath School, 9 a.ni.
Rev. E. Coin, Hector.
8T. PATRIOK'H GHURCU-Nlnth St. aud
' I'ubllc service, Sabbath si:10 aud 101 a.m.
Vesper, 7 Ji.W.
i-abbJtli School. 2 p.m.
Service every day, S u.m.
ItKV. 1'. J. O'HaLLOHAN, l'rleet.
fjT. JOSEPH'S CHURCH (German,) tor
ncr ut Walnut and Cross trcet.
Mass, oviry Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m,
Vespers, p. m. . , ,
Muss during week days, a o'clock a. in.
Hev. 0. Hoffman, Priest.
O Kit MAN LUTHERAN CIIURCH-13th
street between Washington Avenue and
Walnut ttruct. ,
l'leachlng bunday morning ut 10 o clock.
Sabbath school at 2 o'clock p. 40. 11.0.
iti:v. ltou'r. IlKUtiu, I'astor
tOUNO JILWS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. ltegular meeting itecouil .Monday
each inutitb at their room oer ItockwolJ
; cV book More, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
I.. VT. Siillwell. President.
SECOND .MISSIONARY HAPi'JtsT
CHURCH. Cuini-r Sjeamoie and o")'
llrt btrcvli. Pleaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. ami 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. ui.
'lbechuicb l connected with the llllnol
Antoclallon, by the Flirt IIionuty Rap-
tlrt (.Lurch ol Cairo.
lt:V. Sol-OHON I.kuNaKD, Pastor.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, b
tween Walnut and t.'edar.
Service, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Si'ibath School. 1) p.m.
Claw metti at 3 p.m.
cfcCOND FRKR WII.I. 11APTIST--KII-
teeiith Street., between Walnut and tedar.
i'cnlcii Sabbath. 1 1 and 3 p. m.
ItKV. N. RlCKU, Pastor.
fltEK WII.I. HAl'TIST HOME MISSION
SAUIIATU SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
.uiil Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, a.m. ,,,
elUST Kit EE WILL iiAl'TlST CHURCH
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. 7J p. in.
Rev. Wm. Kellkv, Partor.
FIRST MISSIONARY HAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth su.
Preaching Sabbath, 101 a.m. and "1 p.m.
Prayer meeting. dneday eeuiug.
Preaching, Friday eYeulujr.
Sabbath School, 11 p.m. John anllaxUr
aud Mary Stephen, superintendent.
HEV. T. J. Siioheh, Partor.
SECOND HAl'TIST CHUllCH-Kourteeuth
Street, between Cedar and V aluut. I he
only liaptUt church recognlied by the A-
servlcen, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and , p.m.
ItKV. Jacob IIkauley. Elder.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
mni nan muin I
u u i ni Mi l
UUU Vllill II 1V
SKNATOH WILSON TO HKSIGN
ON THE 15TII INST.
INiJA.Lb".SEAT IN THE SENATE
A.MEi SAID TO POSSKSS HE
CEII'TJ; SIGNED BY COL
FAX FOR DIVIDENDS.
THE VICE PRESIDENT S TEMPER
ANCE SPEECH AT UAL-TIMORE.
D0RR1S SUMMONED HE FORE THE
MISSOURI LEGISLATURE IN- '
V EST I G ATI N G CO M MIT I' E E.
C AYftQ) "CO.A.M ANDEIIY. No. 13.-SUted
Amily at the A) lum ilawjnlc Hall, nr.t
uud third Moudayit in each mouth.
JAIllO .WUNC1L, No.24.-Regular Convu-
cation utMawnlc Hall, the eeoud Jrlday
iu each jaonth.
CAIRO CHAPTER No. 71.-Regular Con-
ocatlon at Maonlc Hall, on tlu third
"IMixday ol every mouth,
tAlJWJ LODGE, No. IfcJT K. i A. M. ItegU-
lr CommunlcattoiK at Matoulu Hall, the
MUiud aud fourth Monday of each mouth.
THE ODD KELLOWS.
ALEXANDER LODGE, L--Meet In Odd-
Fellow' Hall, Iu Arter! building, ery
Thursday eelilng at o'clock.
Governor Richard J. OglOiby.
l.leulcnaut-tiovcruor Johu L. lle eriuge,
secretary of State George H. Harlow.
Auditor of SUtc-C. E. Llpplueolt.
Sutc TreaHiirer Capcr Kiiw.
Attorney General Jame h. Ldnall
,Supt. Public Iuatructiou-Newiou IJatemau
'Senator Lymiu Trumbull aud John A.
epreentatlvc for the State-at-Large S.
llepreneuUtlva.Tblrtcenth DUtrict .lohn
M. Crebf. '
MEMUERS GENERAL ASSEMULY.
Rcprccntathe In the Kith dM'iet,.
Johu H. Oberiy, Win. A. Lemma aud Math
ew J. Incore. ,
.senator for the &0th district. .leoe V uie.
Jude D. J. llaker, or Alexander,
state'a Attorney Patrick U. Pope.
Clerk-R. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A, II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Aenor uud 'lreaiurer.
AUsocl7tcL 'e. McCrito aud S. MarchU
lon. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Gonsman.
Mayor John M. Lantdcn.
"I'reaurer II. A. Cunningham.
.'omptroller E. A. Ihirnett.
Mamhal Andrew Cain.
-Attorney I. 11. Pope.
Police Magistrates P. Bro uud U. Stan
Chief of Police L. n. Myers.
Mayor ilnhu M. Lanvlen.
Flint Ward-P. O, Schuh.
Second Wurd C. R. Woodward.
Third Wurd Jno. Wood.
Fourth Wurd S. Staati Taylor.
Clty-at-Large W. P. Hafllday and D,
BOAKP OK ALDEllMKN.
First Ward-Jiuuea Reardcn, A. 11. Saf
lord, Iiiubc Waldcr.
Second Wurd-R. II. cunninghum, E. Ru
der. Q. SUncel, Juiues Swayue.
Third Ward-Wm. Stratton, J. 11. Philllj.
Fourth Ward Jno. H. Robinson, G. H.
ease, J. II. Mctealf.
DR. B. 0. TABER,
ntrill fn.ni.iu .ii.fi.tflr... lit lila nrof.iMfclAti
1 1 fit I ICUUIV . V- .Mb..ww ... ,..w..w-.,.,.
with etpcelul reference to the electric
treatment ol diseases In all the new uud Im
proved mctlioas of application.
In all cases of female complaints a lady
will he in attendance.
OUice, 128Couiuiorc!al avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
ESIDENOE Nn. 21 Tbirteenlh itreet, b-
c 121 OomnmrcUl ayenuo, lip stairs.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
TlKSIBKNCE-corner Ninth and Walnut sts,
XVOinee eomar main sireei ana unio iTa
Oiffca hours from a a.iu, to IV m., and V p. to
II. WAKDNER, M..D.
RBsJIDINOK Corotr Ninaticnth street and
Washlnnlon aToaua, ntar court house. Of
ccavarAr et'sGroctry Store, OIBca Hours (rem
a.m., to m. aa ;ron a u v. w.
WM.iON ANb 1IOUTWKI.I.
W'Asuistirov, Fdb. 3. .Senator Wilion
liai prorniteJ t) rcilgn on 16th of Febru
ary, and Mr. iloutwell expect to La
elected nt his Micceuor, so at to take bis
I'OIIKHOV AUh INUALl.lt.
'l'liu opinion l frceley eprenuJ by high
olliclaln, including two iiiemLen of the
cabinet, that if Senator Pomeroy can
prove that liu wai defeated by conspiracy ,
and through such conspiracy Ingalli was
elected, the senatu cannut do otherwise
than refuse Ingalls tho sent, remanding
tlio quedion back to the people of Ramus
for a new eloction.
HOW WILL SCIIUVLEK EXfLAIN '
Ames' friends anerts that ho has in his
poiieuion receipts for dividonds on Credit
Mobilier stock tigmd by Colfax, which he
will proluce If the latter attempts to im
pose!, his teitlmony.
Jkkkeihon Citt, Feb. 3. Gen. Darris
itgniQes his intention to come before tho
senatorial investigating coinmitteo to
The utt batter providing for perions
who loie stock along the line of railroad!,
passed tbo house to-day; the companies
have thirty iays to pay a fair untested
value, and in caso of tailuro to do so they
pay three limei the amount.
The senate bill Introduced provide for
ineiiibers' pay as follow i Seven dollars
per day for Todays, tive dollars per day for
the neit 20 duys, and tbreo dollars per
day for the balance, with lio uilleugu,
TIIK EVIWIl ION.
New YoiiK, Feb. 3-Storehip "Guaid"
has been delayed sailing with material
for tho Vienna oxpoiltion till Mitrch 1.
Thu tiuiu for receiving applications fur
representation hu been extended to Feb
ruary 20. Tho United Slates will bo bet
ter represented in the departments of
macblnory and agricultural Implements
than any other country.
A Baltimore special says at thu temper
ance address by Vice President Colfax
last night, tbo reception was tho greatest
in the point of n urn tors and enthusiasm
ever held in thut city, .ludgo Daniels,
chairman of tbo meeting, in Intioducing
Colfax, ulluded to his purity of character
nd tho failure of the nttempt to conuoct
him with tho Credit Mobilier,
upon which there was immense
cbtoring. Whim Colfax commenced
speaking the applause wus very crcat.
Tho greeting he had received he said was
gratifying, bocauio it showed they be
lieved that during hit public life, that
would close next month, ho had sought to
stand right in tho sight of God, whether
the world judged him wrong or not. Mr.
Colfax then went on to speak on tho evils
of intemperance, and the best method of
teniperanco hgislution, alluding to him
self but onco more. He said the world Is
so full of human trials, crime, suffering,
wurs, diseuse tind breaking hearts, thut it
ti sometimes hurd to bear up.
K.XCUKSION IN FKOSl'KOTIVU.
St. Louis, Fob. 1. A lotter from Jef
ferson City to tho Evening 'Dispatch,' sajs
a project, originating In Texas, is on foot
for the legislatures of Texas, Kansas and
Missouri to adjourn on or about tho 1st of
March, and meet as excursionists at Duii-
ison, Texts, to eclcbruto tho completion of
tho Missouri, Kunias and Texas Central
rillroad to that pluco. It Is furtbor con
templated in tho programme, thut the
whole party shall, on their return, visit
Topeka, Kansas, and Jefferson City, Mli-
souri. If tho progiammo is carried out
tho excursion will bo tho largest ever got
ten up in this country.
Ns:v Okleans, Fuh. IS. It Is stated
a witness has gone to Washington who
will sweur ho iiiude 1,000 of tho cortill
cutes presented before Durell in the caso
of Kellogg vtt. Wurinoth,
TIIK MISSOURI INVKfcTKIATION.
St. Louiu, Fob. 3. Col. Sol Ketohem
tei titled before tho senatorial bribery com-
mittoo ut JeO'erson City to-day, that ho
went to JeO'erson City boforo tho logisla
turo met, to work fur Rogy, Uo had
something over two thousand dollars in
money whon ho arrived. Ho borrowed
tho money of tho Exchange bank ut St.
Louis, nnd gavo Mr. Uogy at security for
five thousand. Uo spent six hundred d?l-
lars In Jefferson City for personal ox
penses. Worked hard for Uogy. Mr.
liogy had loaned mm money and endorsed
notes for bliu repesteJIy before. Rogy
laughod at the Idea of Dorns being a can
Two or three other witnoisos wore ex
amined, but nothing important was elic
ited. Asllegram was rcceleved from
Tom Darls stating that ho conld easily
have beeti found by tho sergeant-inarms
when tbateflccr was In St. Louis, and
if the coinmitteo wanted him ho would
wnlvo the summons. Tho committee
telegraphed for both Torn and his father,
tho gonetal, to come up, and also decided
to send lor Joseph Rogy, son of tho sona
tor elect, and Wm II. Swift, managing
editor of the Evoning Dispatch of this
Wamiisotox, "Feto., Senator Wright'
presented n joint resolution of the legis
lature of Iowa, asking tho paiiago of a
bill tu relieve thu people from oppression
by freight charges, und alio in favur of
liberal appropriations for tho improve
ment of navigation of the .Mi'tluippi,
Wisconsin and Fox river.
A motion to lay on the table the Webb
Australian steamship subsidy bill wus
agreed to, 33 to :1.
The banking bill was taken up, and af
ter some debate the third ."ocliun of tho
substitute was umended so ui to make it
mandatory on bunking associations on und
after January 1K7I, to rudeem their notes
at such localities us nro now, or muy bo
hereafter, designated by luw, either in
coin or I'. ti. legul tender notes. The
sixth section was struck out as being al
ready In substance a law.
Senator Schurz said that this bill would
enable overybody to convert his green
backs into L' lilted States securities. It
might be presumed thut when money was
easy the amount of greenbacks flowing in
to the treasury for conversion would bo
very Urge. Ho therefore would usk the
chairman of tho finance committee
whether tho "ecrctary of the treasury,
with permission givn by the bill, would
not bavo it in his power whenever tbero
should be h littlo stringency, to Hood tho
market with thtie accumulated greenbacks,
and thus control the money market of tho
Senator Sherman replied that under tho
existing law the secrctay of tbo treasury
iad the power to do just what Senator
Scburz feared ho might bo ablo to do un
der tho bill. .Indeed all our laws relat
ing to the treasury depeqd for their value
on the fidelity or integrity of the secretary
of tbo treasury. If the secretary chooses
to do anything harsh to promote bis in-lere-t
or any other luteieat, ho has the
Sonutor llaynrd said that alter such ad
mission as to the power of tho secretary of
tho treasury, congress could not be too
quick in placing that officer under tho
control of laws; that tb welfare of tbo
country shculd no longer be subjected to
his lUdgeuie'it ur caprice.
WakUINuion, Feb. 'J. A largo number
of bills were introduced und referred, in
cluding one for u day of national thunks-
One by Mr. Ranks recommending tho
president to communicate with foreign
governments with a view to protecting
non-combatants, securo compliance with
civilized warfare, enlargo civilization and
promote peace between Cuba and Spain.
A resolution was udopted without dis
cussion declaring it not wise or expedi
ent that any part of Goat island in Sun
Francisco harbor shall bo ceded for rail
A bill by Mr. Twitchcll granting tho
right of way through public lands to tbo
Kansas and Colorado railroad company.
Also to tho Atchison, Topeka, and Santa
Fo railroad company.
THE JURY IN TI1E "WHARTON
STAGE ROBBER SHOT IN
TWO MEN SHOT IN ARKANSAS
BOILER EXPLOSION IN PITTSBURG.
SEVEN PERSONS KILLED AND
SOKNKS THAT WERE PAINFUL
IN THE EXTREME.
TIIK W1IAKTON TRIAL.
Annapolis, Fob. 3. In tho Wharton
trial tbo jury, who had boen out sinco Fri
day wore unable to agtoo and wero dis
charged. Tho stood eight guilty und four
TWO MEN SHOT.
Little Rock, Feb. 3. A man named
Walker was shot and killod bv a man
named Turner at Glurftsvillo on Friday.
On the tamo day ut night some unknown
person shot and killed an old and re
spected man named Davis, us ho sut
quietly at homo.
bTAUU 110 llll KK hllOT.
Louisvillk, Fob. 3, Thursday night
four mon attacked tho stage from Mitch
ollsburg to Harrellsburg. Thu leader,
a mun nHuied Leburn McAneoly, canio
out from tbo roadside, pointed a pistol at
thodrlvor und ordered hi in bait. Tho
driver stopped tho stagu and McAneoly
ordered him to take tho mull out from
under tho t cat, at tbo sumo time starting
to climb up, when un inside passonger
named Robert, put it pistol through tho
window and shot tho robbor through the
hoad, killing him instantly,' MoAneoly'i
companions seeing their leader fall, fled,
but wore pursued by tho passengers, and
two of them captured and taken to Hur
ralliburg and lodged in jail,
PiTTfnur.0, Feb. 3. Four boilers in
the Amorican Iron works of Jones ond
Laughlln, In the Twenty-fourth ward, ex
ploded nt ton o'clock this morning. Threo
sections of the building wero completely
shattered, the roof being carriod entirely
awny und scattered In all directions.
There were about three thousand laboror
employed in tho mill at the time, and it
seemed as though a very largo number bad
been cither killed or wounded. Tho fol
lowing is a list of killed who have been
taken from tie debris so far Pat Hunley,
Mike Reynolds, Charles Tea, 'Thomas Mc
Curthy, Rarney McAuley and Anton
Rickers. Some thirty were wounded, and
but u few of tho number scrlcuily.
Tho accident at the American Iron
works this morning surpassed iu fatality
anything of the kind that ever occurred in
this city. Tho boilers exploded with a
terrifiu report, and resulted in tho death
ofseveml men, and great destruction of
pioperly. Thu boilers, which had been in
the pluco about a year, although they had
been some five years in use, were located
about midway between the ends ot the now
mill, and wero placed betweon tbe spike
aud nail factories, about three hundred
feet from tbo river. Tbcy lay
facing tbo south and this seemed
to be the direction in which tbe force of
tbe explosion principally extended itself,
although tbo batteries were completely
annihilated and tbe destruction was com
plete at tbe rear and on all sides, us well
as in front. Tbo ends cf the spiko and
nail factories were blown down to tbo ex
tant of about twenty-five feet, and the
walls and roof of tho new mill were blown
away. A portion of the boilers and
bricks and timbers from the ruined build
ings were thrown in all directions, and to
great distances, some of the fragments bo
ing thrown u distanco of tbreo or four
Of the cxplosjon Is u mystery. The en
gineer had oxamined the boiler guages
five minutes beforo tbo explosion, aud
found the stage of water satisfactory. Fol
lowing tbo explosion thu most intense ex
(IKK AT CROWDS
Immediately gathered at tho scene of de
struction and sot to work to remove the
debris und recover tho bodies oi tbo killed.
&KYKN IIUAD IlOIllr.3
Have been extricated fromlhe ruins, ull of
which were moie or less mutilatod, some
to a frightful extent, also blackenoi to a
degree us though burned. Two of tho
killed wero wero found quito a distance
from the accldont, near an adjoining mill.
They had been employed there and struck
by fiylng missiles. Ono man was was
bringing a load ol coal to the furnace of
tho battery on an elavated railroad which
ran over threo boilers. When tho explo
sion occurred be was just over the batter
ry, und .
WAS 1ILOWN UPWAKD
Considorablo distanco. Tbe lower Jaw of
one ot tbe workmen was found lying a
considerable distanco frcm tho body. Kiva
bodies were partially burned under tbe
ruins and were removed with hurd labor.
Tbe killed wero
BOIINE AWAY ON STHETC1IKI19
As fast as recovered , and the scenes which
followed their recognition by friends was
painful In the extreme. The following is
LIST 01 KILLED :
Charles Officer, Pat Hunley, Rarney Mc
Cauley, Thomus McCarthy, Miko Rey
nolds, Anthony Rrokers, John Shehan.
Tho following is a partial
LIST OF THE WOUNDED :
Adam Young, struck by a piece of
boiler, had bis legs und an arm broken;
Charles und James G, Ward, struck by a
splinter, and were severely injurod about
the heads; John,Curb, hurt about tbo hoad;
Dalzoll, head and legs, slight; Jucob
Kinkor, slight, about tho los; Miko Mu
bonoy, legs crushed ; Jacob Rrutbock,
spin") injured and burned about tbo back ;
Robert Nelson, hand, faco and body
burned, seriously injurod; Thomas Hoy le,
bead und breast ; Robert Rtatchford, Inter
nally, Nicholas Long, legs crushed and
eye injured; Mrs Koysor, aim broken by
a fragment of Iron; Henry Grunt, boy,
oar split und serious injury apprendod.
TUC NAIL KEEDEHH
Wore out on u strlko at tho time of tbo
explosion. Had they been ut work the
loss of llfo must have boen very great
Tbo iron works are tbo most extensive of
tbo kind in the country, covorlng some
seven acres in urea, aud employing 3,300
O.UK1IKO, Fob. 3. The court-houso com
pletely burned yesterdajv entailing a lots
of all the records of the province since Its
foundation, together with title deedi and
other important legal docutnenti.
THE CONFLICT BETWEEN THE
MAYOR AND POLICE
PROCEEDINGS IN TOE GREELEY
Ciiicaoo, Fob, 3. Tho police muddle
continues hero. In some districts tho
authority of Mayor Miidill is recognized,
In soma two sets of officers exist, nnd in
others tho mayor's authority is denied en
tirely. Thu matter will be brought bo
fore tho courts and settled as soon ns possi
ble. THE GHEELK V WILL CASE.
New York, Feb. 3. At Whlto Plains
to-day In opening tho Groolcy will cuio
Judge Hart stated ho bad recoived a note
from MUs Ida Greeley, which had been
approved by. her sister, in which they
begged to withdraw from u contost which
their ooponents wero determined to wage
over their fathers gravo. The con
testants then proceeded to prove tbo will
mado by Mr. Greeley in 1871, without
further opposition. It was stated that
Mr. Grooloy left property cstiinatod to bo
worth $290,000, which, with tlio estate of
Mrs. Greeley, would amount, to $225,000.
Wasuinoton, Feb. 3. For Southern
states east of Mississippi rising barometer,
decided fall of temperature, fresh to brisk
southerly nnd westerly winds, partly
cloudy weather with arena of light snow
over Tennessee and Kentucky. For Mid
dle states, docided full of temperature,
fresh to brisk nothorly to westerly winds,
partly cloudy weather, occasional areas of
very light snow. For New England fresh
southerly to westorly winds, cloudy
weather and rain. Fur Tennosseo, Ken
tucky, Ohio and Indiana cloudy weather,
ruin and fresh southerly to westerly
wiadi, extending east over Illinois and
Hlae and fall or tbe ltlcr.
For 21 hours eudlug 3 p. in. Feb. 3, ls73.
Slircveport. . . .
hVht. rise. fall.
It. in. It. iu. ft. In.
13 " 0 II
li 4 'J
15 - 4
7 7 10
it r o
Gorged. Ik-low high water. iRMiig.
(i Falling faM.
Olllclal. THOS. L.WATSON,
Observer Slg. Ser. U. S. A.
Grand Tower, Fob. 3. Wind south.
Ico rotten und river fulling. No urrivuls
Nauiiville, Feb. 3. River fulling; 4
foot on Uarpeth Shuttles. Weather rainy.
Departed llurksvillo for upper Cumber
land. Sr. Louis, Fob. 3. Tho long expected
thaw began In good earnost und from
early this morning the streets bavo been
muddy and Hooded with wutcr. Tho
weuthor has beon very mild. Tho sun
shone brightly and now the ico Is fast dis
appearing. River risen slightly, and if
this woatlior ccntlnuos a fow day, it will
be booming cloar of ico, not only south
but a long distance north. Avery hoavy
gorge, said to bo 10 feet thick, which
passed St. Charles on the Missouri, last
Tuesday week, it now lodged at the
mouth of the Missouri river, nnd ttoam
boat men aro anxiously looking for It hero.
If it is formidably as represented, it will
no doubt, do damuge hero, and boat owners
fear iti coming. Ico nt Hoiinan on the
Missouri started at 5:30 p.m., and other
gorges uro expected to break every mo
ment. Underwriters resumed taking
risks to duy, and packet lines aro cither
receiving freights or getting bouts rondy
Memphis, Feb.3. Warm and raining;
vory hoavy fog on the rivor. River fall
ing. Arrived: Dosmot, Shrevoport. De
parted: Mollio Mooro, St. Louis; Kelfast
passed down yesterday. Ico still lieavj;
Evansville, Feb. 3. Cloudy, heavy
ruin, mild; mercury 2(1 to CO. Rlvor sta
tionary after falling 8 Inches. Ico still
flouting out; melting aud rotting fast.
Down: Oakland and barges; Sam J. Halo
and barges; Meisongor; Florence Leo.
Up: II. C, Yaeger, Fuyetto. Dullness
Louisville, Feb. 3. Rlvor fulling;
G foet 4 inclios canal; 4 feet 4 Inches cliutt.
Weather milder; light ralu ut intervals nil
dap; littlo floating Ice; feascd there is a
Cincinnati, Feb. !), Rlvor twolve feet
in tbe channol. Ice soft. Ralu fell this
forenoon. Snow and . ico disappearing
rapidly. Still cloudy. Thermometer
forty-two degrees. River falling.
New Orleans, Feb. 3. Arrived s
John Howard, from Arkansas rivor. De
parted: Robort Mitchell, Cincinnati.
Vioksuuro, Feb. 3. Down: Henry
Johnson. No boats up to-day. Weather
clear and cool. Rlvor rising.
Little Rock, Feb. 3, A steady rain
has fallen for 21 hours. Tho snow hat
molted; ico bat nearly all disappeared,
1'ittsuuro, Feb. 3. River rising vory
tlowly; 4 feet 4 inches. Steady rain hat
bern falling nnd it hat been thawing rap
Idly tlhco 0 o'clock 'hit forenoon, Indica
tion are that there will soon be plenty of
woter, Tbe Allegheny it putting out ron
tldtrable Ice. Mercury 409 at 5 o'clock
St. Louis. Feb.3. FJour auiet. "Wheat
dull, buyers and sellers apart on graded
lots, No 2 red sold at $2 U22 05. Corn
dull and drooping, No 2 mixed 36c; yel
low mixeu 04jc; fto 1 Wlilto mixed 43
43c. Oats dull and unchanged, No 2
mixed 32c. Barley bottor Qualities in
ljmited supply and firm Kansas spring
jvyo in uamanu ana urtn no 'J iifai
Be. Pork uncbaneod. standard tnest 1.3.
Dry salt meat firm, shoulders 4lc: clear
tides Ojc; order lots of packed shoulders
ic; ciee no i jc; cioar sides u)g)7c. Ma
con steady, sheuldort Cjc; clear rib 7Jc;
cloar tides 8c; hams .Ml'2c. Lnrd
buyert and sellers apart, round lott prltno
ttoam 71c. llighwinet dull 69c. Cattle
unchanged. Hogt firm 3 004 30;
mostly $lfj4 2k: receipts in 48 bourt &.-
Ciiicaoo, Fob. 3. Flour auiet and firm
light ttock. Wheat tteady; No 1 tprlng
II 3l(aH 34 lio 'I sprint: 21 2u cath:
$1 27) March; No 3 $1 lll 12. Corn
urm; Ho - mixed 3Uj(30c cusli; 3131c
March. Oats steady; No 2 25 j(a;'2!;5c.
Ryoqulct; No3C?(G8. Barley dull and
a sbado lower; No 2 fall 72?2je; No 3
03c- Provisions quiet and weak. Pork
nominally $12 cash; sales $12 2:12 30
March; $12 SO April. Lard steady $7 30
spot. Meats in fair demand but easlor for
futuro bulk; shoulders 4jc cash March;
4c looso April; 3; looso spot; short clear
packed March 0:. Green meats steady;
shoulders 15 lbs nv 3c; clear ribs 0c;
hams C8jc for '20 to Id lbs a v. Whis
key quiet and weak; nominally 87 Jc.
New York, Feb. 3 Flour quiet, very
firm: super $0 -10 7 25; common to
good $7 307 00; good to choice S3 00
S CO- White wheat, extra $8 CO
iu to. nisKcy snado lower 'JJ jc.
Whoat firmly hold ; No 3 spring $1 6 1
$1 53 ; red and while western $1 00(ii
1 02. Ryo nnd barley unchanged. Corn
steady, fair business; old western mixed
afloat at CCJ(C7c; sioro 39J8Ulc; now
western mixed U0(G7c. Oats firm, mod
oratu demand; new western mixed 530
5Su; white western CSfaJJjojc; black 02 J (a)
51. Cotlue steady : rio li(Ti20c. Sugaa
dull; refined 00Jc. .Molasses unchanged.
1'ork dull; mess $14 '25; prime meit
$13 H7ll4 00. Reef dull, unchanged.
Cut meals steady; shoulders &'c February
and March &Jc; middles quiet ; long and
short cloar February and Murch 7Jc; long
clear 77c. Lard closed steady ; western
steam bc ; kettle 8;3Jc.
JiEMt-iiis, t oo. 3. uotton dun ami de
clined, geod ordinary 18c; receipts of low
middling 1,020; shipments 3,556; stock 37,
795. Flour In good demand $0 5 0(a) 10 50.
Corn meal $3 20. Corn to arrive U5c. No
oats hero. Hay senrce i.nd firm $40 in
store. Rrun to arrive 23Jc. Rulk moats
easy, shouldctt 5c; sides 77c. Lard
quiet 8 $(3,910.
New Orleans, Feb. 3. Western pro
duco, provisions and groceries nil scarco
and firm. Flour X $7 50; XXX 8J9J;
family $10(T7111. Corn advanced iHc
Oats quiet, at 55c. Rran $1 40. Hay
S55. Dry salt meats 01c 8-8. 1'ork lob
ping old S14 50; now, 15. Racon Oj
i;. i.aru; iierco
ar good demand:
fully fair rYSJ: primo
9JQi)UC. -Molasscn, good demand, com
mon 3o(i0dc; lino to cliolro bWnliUc,
Whiskey 01fTi92c. Sterling 331; sight 1
discount. Gold 12j. Cotton quiot, sales
4,000, cood to ordinary I8!c; low to mid
dling lSJc; middling lOJc; middling Or
leans Uljjc. Receipts 0,500. Exports to
Liverpool 11,570. Rremnn 3,084. Now
York 1,710. Stock 203,440.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mllea the Shortest Route
ElftitjrrJflleattie Shortest Route
TO ST. LOTJIS
NO CQANOE OF CARS
. FllOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, wlltnapollt, Toledo,
uero, tievuni, Migara Fsllt
HulHIo, 1'ilUbuiR, Waahlmton.
Baltimore, ' Philadelphia, New fork,
Doston and all points et.
Mllnaukle, Jnejllle, Madison,
i.iviorn, si. raui and all points north.
1 1ns It also the only direct riuts to
Decatur. Tlloomlnrton. ann.u
Peoria, Oulncr, Iftokuk,
nurlingfoo, Kock Inland, La Salle.
Mendol. Dixon. PronBort.
Gileni, Dubuque, Hioui Cltr,
umana aud all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca'
on an itignt Trains.
BKxe Checked to all Important points.
Fur ticked and Information. nnl in I. f 11 11
dopot t alro; on board tne transit steamer bo
wenu uoiumbut and Cairo, and at tne prlncipi
rallrna I ticket offices throughout the south.
. r.juiniun, uen'i rant. Al l, vnicaio.
A. Uiicuill, Oen'l. Bup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
ping old su eu; now, i.-i
liJ-OJc. Hums UlQtOc.
81; kegg J10. Sugar
inforior 7JfTi)7frlr; to full
KXKOJIULVU THK LAW
RLOODY FIGHT IN GEORGIA
UKTWKEN U.S. MARSHALS
From the Atlait.i.Siin, 28th.
At the residence of u -Mr. Strickland,
near Strickland's ferry, In Forsyth county,
on Saturday morning a genuine hattlo wus
fought between a body of United States
deputy marshals and four men living In
It nppours that tho body of deputy
marshals worn in command of Cuptaiu
Rlacker, and had under arrest seven men
charged with illicit distilling. Tho party
had stopped at Mr. Stricklund's house on
the morning referred to for the purpose of
getting breakfast. While ut tho table
Blacker taw four meu rido by, and
at onco recognized ono of them
as Harrison Rukor, for whom ho hud a
warrant issuud sometime ago. Ho at once
jumped up from tbe table, ran out, to
gether with his deputies, and demanded a
surrender. Tlio four men, who were
armed with double-barrel ahot guns and
pistols, mado a break for tho wood, and,
gelling behind trees, commenced firing
upon blacker and his crowd. In a short
timo thero were about sixty thott tired in
all. Capt. Mucker was wounded in tho
sidobyurifie ball, und disabled. Ono of
tho four men, Ira Hansford, was killed on
tho spot, and It is reported hero to-day
that another of the four huddled. Tho
three that were not killed mado their
Captain Rlacker 'was brought on to
Cumming and placed under tho care of a
physician, who had probed his wound, but
hud not been able to find tbo ball up to
tho 'timo our informant loft.
Tho seven prisonort he had in charge
wero placed in the Cummine Jail.
The Marshals think that tli four men
intended Waylaying them between the
house and ferry, mid that thero was u pro
concerted plan to rescuo tho seven men
who wero prisoners. They came upon
Rlackur'i party unawaros, and ut onco
commonced tho fight. A deputy informed
our reportor that it was a regular picket
fight, and tho mon had evident
ly boon under fire ' before. A
man with n long squirrel rifle was the
man who shot Captain Rlacker, us ho saw
him kneol and tuko doliborato elm at him.
Rlacker, when hit, was taking a tree on
ono of tho others, und runnnlng from ono
trao to another ho exposed himself, and
the ball entered Just above his hip bone.
Deputy Marshal James Finloy of Gaines
ville, hud a chargo of buckshot through
hit coat tleevo and shirt.
Tho marshals report a number of illicit
distilleries in that aectlon.
FOR SALE, ) ForBal. t KOR BALK
KorBale 1 FOR HA.LK
Fare from LivmrooL,
Fare from Lovdcndhrhy
Fare from Glahoow,
Fare from Qumnbtown
TO CAIRO, ; t ; : i i t 4 8
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOI3
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1S72
irains win run as follows;
taiiM aorta ouiHinr.
Lease Vininia 0:40 a. m l:J4p.m.
" MprlliBfleld- 8:0 " 3:00 "
,' THVlorville 10.5 ' 6. 6
Arrive at Pans.. 11.18 4.17
TUAINI uoixa XOatUWIKT,
Leave Pane 4.UO a. in 3.15 a. m.
" Tavlortille 4.40 " 4.6 "
AirlTeatS)nnKBeld...6.n " ....8.co "
Lieare spring neiii- u.s e.iu
Arrive at Virginia 8.5 " 8.15 "
inxiNs ooino eociniiiT,
Leave F.dgwood i.30. m. 10.10 p,tr
' Flora......... 8,6 ' .11.40
Arrlvo st Uhawneet'n .34 S.16
MICHAEL COYNE, Propriator.
(OLD POST OFFICE STAND.)
Comer Sixth street aud Commercial Av.
The best brands ot Cigars, choice Winas,
i.ujuors, etc., always on uanu.
tuTOpcn day and night. j3
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
r.l'l'irf.'A!"1' WINTER'S BLOCK.
JiYHIVUtt 2C JlUiTAljrUJ2i
VvT,ii I (iiMnr., .In uliv.va .in tta.,! tf
RTLLIARD SALOON AND BAR
JOHN OATEH, Proprietor.
lue Commercial Avenue, CAIKO, ILLINOIS
Ileal brand of Califc U Cigars I u recehvJ,
MILLIARD fuloon furnished with tho let
aim ciiraMonnenem uruinn.
-l-V. I ' IK J L. JCA. V XWJ3LN
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PAEKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and.6th streets,
MEALS AT.VLL HOURd.
A lino new Dining Hall with every co
vntilptw-t, lini. tiniii mlilojl In tlila nnnlll
reuisuo ior inciruccouiouauou.
THE RILL OF FARE
cou-ists of every substantial aud delicacy
it supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUOnSiWlNES & CIOA
USTill ved drinks prepared with care.
dattord, Morn Oa
NEW LIVERY STABL
Ur, O, X. Fields Inform, tne putllo that he
opened a .
on the northwest aide ot Tenth street aa
Ills aublea will be furnished with aona but
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
hour of the day and night with safe te
ou uie lowest terms.
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