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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TIIUKSDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1870.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV .
PKF.SHYTEHIAN-Ktt'j Street. . ,
Preaching, fiabbftth at 101 "-in. nn,l 7 P-
Prayer mooting, Wednesday at 71 p. m.
abbath School, 3 i.m. J. M. Lansdcn, Su
perintendent, ItEV. II. Tiiaykh, Pastor
M ETHOIH3T. Cor. Eighth and Walnut 8t.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10 a.m., and 7 p. in
Prayer meeting, Wednesday,?! p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. r.tn. I.. W. Btlllvvcll,
Hupcrlnteiidcnt. Kkv. V. L. Thomi-son,
CIIUItCH OK THE KEDEEMEK (Eplsco
Morning iiraycm. Babbath 101 a.m.
Evening prayer, 71 p.ni.
paliliain cuooi, a.m.
Kkv. E. Coan, Hector.
BT. PATItlCK'S CHUltCH-Nlnth St. and
Wasiilngtoh Avenue. .
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 101 -m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
Senlcu every day, 8 n.m.
Kkv. P. .1. O'Hallohan, Pried.
yi JOSEPH'S CIU'UCII. (dennaii,) cor
ner of Walnut and Cross tre eU.
Mum, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
.Vop-r, 2 p. in.
Mum during week day, 8 o'clock a. in.
Kkv. O. Hodman, Priest.
(iEKMAN LtlTHEItANCIHIIlCH 13 th
street between Washington Avenue ami
Walnut street. . . . ,
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at '1 o'clock p.m. II. C.
Kkv. Koii't. IIei.tiio, Pastor.
KOUNU MEN'S CHItl.STIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Ucgular meeting econd Monday
each month at their room over Kockwell
t Co'ii bookstore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, "1 p.m. at
the room. .
L. W. Stili.wkll. l'rcildcnt.
SECOND MlSSlONAlty HAPTIST
CHUKCIL Corner Sycamore and tort'
lint htrcetn. Preaching Sabbuth at 11
o'clock n. in. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Monday School 1 o'clock p. in.
Tlie cluirch In coiiiif cld with the Illinois
Association, by the 1'Irst Missionary Hap-
tM Church ol Cairo.
Kkv. Solomon Lkonakii, Pastor.
AKK1CAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Services. Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, l p.m.
CIjm meets at 3 p.m.
SECOND FKEE WILL HAPTIST Flf-
uentu Street., between Walnut and Ced.ir.
Service Sabbath, 11 and 3 p. in.
Krv. N. Kicks, Pastor.
KKEE WILL, HAPTIST HOME MISSION
S All 11 ATI I SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School. t a.m.
FIKST KKEE WILL HAPTIST CIIl'KCH
-Curry ' llarrack
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3p.m. A' ,1p.m.
)ti:v. Wm. Kki.i.ky, Pa-tor.
FIKST MISSIONAKY HAPTIST CHl'KCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth ami Tenth SK
Preaching Sabbath, 101 a,ul. and 71 p.m.
Prayer mcctlntr. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday uvetiln?.
Sabbath r-chool, 1J p.m. John atilUxtcr
and Mary Stephen-. Superintendent!-.
lit v. T. .1. SIIokkb, Pastor.
SECOND IIA1TIST CIIUKCII-Fourtccnth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. I he
only Haptlst church recognized by the As
sociation. fcrvlcc", Sabbath, ll a.m. 3 p.m. ami . p.m.
Kkv. .Iacou IIIianllv. Elder.
CAIKO "COMMAN'DEKV, No. 13.-Statcd
Assembly at thu Asvlum Ma-oulc Hall, LTst
and ttilr.l Mnndljs In each month.
CAIKO COl'NUL, No.2l.-ltcgiilar Cmivu-
ration at Masonic Hall, the second rriday
In each month.
CAIKO CHAPTER No. 71. Ilegiilar Con-
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the ttilrd
Tuesday ol every month,
CAIKO I.OIXIH, No. !M7 K. A A. M- I'cgu-
lar Communications at Masonic Hall, tho
second and fourtli Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODUE, 22U-MeeLs In Odd-
Fellows' Hall, In Arter's building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
(lovcnior lilehard J. Oglesby.
l.lcuteuant-Ooeruor John L.Hcverldgc.
secretary of State (Jcorgo 11. Harlow.
Auditor or Mute-O. E. l.ippincott.
State Treasurer Ca-per Kuw.t
Attornev (tenvral Jaiuek K. l.dall
Supt. Public Intructlon-Newtou llateman
Senators Lyman Trumbull and John A.
teprmcntatlve for the State-at-l.argc S.
L. Ilev i-ridge. . . ,
Kcpre-cntathe Thirteenth District John
ME.MIIEI1S OENEKAL ASSE.MIII.Y.
Kcprcientatlveii In the M)th dlt-ict.-Jiilin
H.Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
eW J. lutcore.
Senator lor the f0th ditrict. Je-e v arc.
Judge D. J. llaker, or Alexander.
State's Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk K. S. Yociim.
SherllT-A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin AeHor and Treasurer.
Judge V. HrOfM.
AMiclatc J. j:. McCritc and S. Marchll
don. Clerk Jacob (5. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Uoseiuan.
Mayor John M. LanMden.
'i'reasurcr II. A. Cunningham,
Comptroller K. A. llurnctt.
Mari-bal Andrew Cain.
Attornev P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrate K. liros and II. Sl.an
Chief of Police L. II. Myers.
MayorJohn M. Laudeu.
First Wanl-P. (J. Selmli.
Second Ward O. K. Woodward.
Third Want-.lno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Stanln Taylor.
Clty-at-Lurgc-AY". P. llalllday slid D.
IIOAltl) OP ALOKIlMltN.
VlTft Ward -Jaineit Kearden, All. Saf
lord, Jsaao Walder.
Second Ward-It. II. Cunningham, a lu
der, O. Stancel, Jamcii Swayne.
Third Ward-Win. Stratton, J. II. PldUis.
Fourth Wurd-Jno. 11. Koblnson, (), 11.
cane. J, II. Mctotdf.
DK. . 0. TABKR,
Will resume tho practice ot hl profenslon
with especial rcl'erouco to the cleetrien
treatment ot UUcaies in all tho new ami im
proved roethodti of application.
In all caM's of lemalo compluluU a lady
will ho lu attendance,
Ofllco, liiH Commercial avenue, up tnlrn.
WILLIAM K. HMlTn, M. D.
TESIDENCB No. 21 Thirteenth aired, bo"
IX tweea Whini(ion htsouowkI Wlnut Direct.
Oiuoe UiiOomiiiireUl kTcnun, up italra.
0. W. DUNNINO, M. D.
OKHIDENCK-cornfrNlnth and Walnut at,
tvOfliew ' oorner Hlitli tret anil Ohio lereo,
Oiuoe houri from (1 a.m. to 12 m., and U p.m
0001) FKBLINO llliSTOHHI) IN
THK A LA HA. MA LKfi
THK ACCOUNTS. OF KX-SECIIK-TARV
HUMMEL TO BK
TK.STIMONV UIvl'OKK TFIE LOT
AN INSANE MAK IJKFOKK THE
.MOlllLIEK COM .Ml TT K E.
IIENKY V. HAVEN" NOMINATED
FOU tJOVEKNOU OF CON'-NEOTIUUT.
II. WARDNEH, M. D.
REHIDEN0K Corner Elnettenlh itred and
Wathlnilon aienue, ofr court bout. Of
ce over Arier't Grocery utore. OWo Uomtlrom
,m,. to la m, and ,'rom i to 4 p, tu.
A DESTRUCTIVE I'UlE.llAOINU
IN SI'ltINO FIELD, MASSACHUSETTS,
ONE BLOCK BURN ED AN I) Til E
VERDICT OK THE COllONKK'S
JU11Y ON THK riTTbUUltO
FIUK AT LAFAYEXTK, INDIANA
THK DICAI) LOCK KNI1KI).
Waciiinoio.v, Feb. o. A loiter to At
torney General "Willium! to-day from
Motitgotnery announces that tho dead
lock in thu Alabama legiiluturu has ended
by seating Mr. Miller in tho senate from
Conecah connty, thus u'v'rig tho Kcpubli
ciun control of both brnnches of tho lei;is
lature. Mr. Millr received 10 votes and
Mr. Martin, Democrat, lo, one Democratic
member being absont. Tho Democrats
ncquicico in the action of the senate, and
good feeling now uxtsts,
The AVIHon cotnmllteo this rnornini; ud
journed as thero wore no witnesres
CALDWtLL'H CAK CLOMil).
Tho senatorial committcfl in tho Cald
well case to-day, after a secret consulta
tion, examined Co ins lock. Judgo Crozier
was given until Monday noxt to preparo
Ills argument. Clark wanted to pretent
an argument, but thu committee, would
not give Li I hi porminion. The caio cloieJ.
New Haven, Feb. 6. Tho state lie
publicin convention this morning nomin
ated Henry IV Haven for govornor.
IMT.1TIO ITION OEUEIIEU.
Cimcauo, Feb. 6. liotb houses of the
Illinois legitlaluro yesterday adopted
resolutions fur investigation into tho ac
counts nf tr-Secrctary of fctato llummol,
who i charged with inrogularities incon
ncctinn with tho copying of tho journals
and laws of tho last legiilftturo.
A VOLUNTARY WITNEY.
AYamunuton, Feb. In tho AYilson
i lvcttigatiiig commilteo this nflurnoon,
V. C. Hoover nppcarol as u voluntary
witness and testilled lo certain tnnttors of
which ho professed to havo n knowledgn
implicating Hon. AYIlliam D. Kelley of
Pennsylvania, in tho Credit Mobilier bui-
ness. Tho fact was brought out that
Hoover was arrested last year for black
mailing operations, and other facts wcro
proven showing such u notoriously bad
character thnt all in tho comtnltteo room
were sntiiflcd thnt fur romu lurposo or
other ho was manufacturing a story which
had no foundation in fact, lloovor is not
beliuved tu bo sane, and his testimony will
bo flatly contradicted to-morrow.
II. F. CLAl'.K,
Presldont of tho Union Vflcific l'ailroad
company, was boforn thu houso comtnltteo
on appropriation this morning, and mado
an argument against thu secretary of tho
treasury withholding certain moniei from
In tho Louisiana investigation to-day
Ueu. A. Shoridun testilled: Ho thinks
10,000 colored mon voted the Liberal
ticket; don't think moro tlian 100 whilo
men outside of federal employes voted tho
Hupublican ticket; thinks that thorowero
m ;u in ovcry parish qualified to act ns
as supervisors, but it was dilllcult to gel
them to aut.
Was sworn, mid said ho canvassed 10 or
l'J parishes or moro during tho last cam
paign j don't think 1,200 colored persona
In tho wholo stalo voted tho fusion ticket,
don't think thuro wiu one, but thoro might
huvo been oO nr 100 persona who voted
against Grant j thinks betweon 10,000
and 15,000 persons voted for Grooley and
Kellogg ; thorn wns groat dissatisfaction
among KopubUcans at Kellogg'a noinina
tion; think tho protest against Kellogg'a
nomination on tho ground of custom
homo interference was drawn up by de
feated candidate, but signed by only three
members of tho convention ; thu election
in 1870 wns tho groatest fraud ever porpo
tmted, for which Warmoth was rosponsi
lib).. COL. HATCH
Of tho Wharton hoard testilled that ho
understood thnt ho was nppolntod thereto
because Uerrou inoant to securo'tho ap
pointment of Longstreet anil Hawkins
with tho avowed intention of counting in
the ciistmn-liouso candidates. '
rinchback again asked that Judgo Dib
boll bo' summoned to reply to somo of
"Warmoth'a statements. Tho commlttoo
reserved its decision aa to how manv of
thu judges should lo rummonod, and ad
jiurned till to-morrow.
.SrniNoriELii, Mass., Feb. 6. A fire
broko nut this evening in tho block oc
cupied by tho .Merchants Union Express
company and tho Massachusetts Mutual
Lifu Insurance) company, and in n short
timo tho flames onveloped tho block. Tho
heat bocamo so intenso that tho compos
itors on tho Springfield Kepublican,in the
building ndjoinlni;, wcro obliged to stop
work. The flames finally attacked tho Re
publican building, and thoro is not at this
hour (midnight) any liopu of saving it.
Tho employes aro busy removing valu
ables. Tho telegraph olllco is now
thrcataned, and usMstanco Las been asked
from HaitforcTand Worcester.
THE PITT!lll'Hl E.VI'I.OMON.
I'lTTcnur.o, Feb. 5. Tho coronor's Jury
in tho caso of workmen killed by tho ex
plosion of tho American Iron works, ren
dered a verdict to-Jay. Tho jury stated
that tho testimony showed conclusively
that thero was a full supply of water in
tbo boilers 10 or 15 minutes before the
explosion, and that it was alio equally ev
ident that tho explosion resulted from an
overprcssurn upon Iho boilers, but tho
cause of that overpressure thoy had been
utiablo to dctermino.
n u UN ni.
Lo'ayette, Ind., Fcb.C. The Spencer
block on Fourth street burned oarly this
morning. Tho principal losers aro W. L.
Gregory, hardware, C. E. Murvin, auction
ed, L It. Ilrown, druggist, Henry llrown,
clothing, and Israel Spencer, part owner
of tho block. Lois $50,000; insurance
Cincinnati, Fob. 5, Two boys, aged
twelve and fourteen years, sons of Samuel
iliibop, h farmer, near Mt. Vernon, Ohio,
woro drowned while attempting to cross a
creek running through thu frrin.
BRITISH JXDIFFEKK.VCK CON
Til AST EI) WITH BRIT
IS II JEALOUSY.
THE STEAM I'll MITJLLO BE
LIEVED TO BE GUILTLESS-.
V I-:il DICT OF A QUESTI&ABLE
AX EX-rOLICEMAN SHOT BY
ANOT1IEK MUHDKKEH FOUND
ETC., ' KTC, JiTC.
THE DUIIYEA MUIIUER.
New YonK, Fob.-. 0. Tho coroner's
turv in tho cisa of tho murder of Durvs a
tS)j.lljsiwiiissl ycsletdayVrtetisWie veiJIct
that "Diiccasod died from stab wounds nt
tlio hands of Simmons." but to this they
added their belief that "A murderous as
sault was not premeditated, and that tho
prisoner, from previous threats mado by
doccascd toward him, may havo considered
his lifo threatened." This is rcgalded as
remarkable. $12,000,000 aro said to bo
represented by Simmons' family, and tbo
jurors aro men whose standing is question
able. EX-rOLICEMAN SHOT.
St. Louik, Feb. D. Wm. Davis, ox. po
liceman of Moberly, Missouri, attempted
to lorcc; admittance to tho privalo room
of Mrs. l'atton, a milliner in that town(
about two o'clock yesterday morning.
Slio warned him to desist, und ho then
threatened to burst in tho door, whereupon
sho chot and killed him instantly, tho
ball penetrating his heart. The coroner's
Jury cihoiiorated Mrs. l'atton.
Chicago, Fob. 0. Trial of Christopher
HafTorty for tlio murder of Policeman
Omera in this city, on tho night of tho Hh
of August last, was concluded in tho
circuit court of Lako county,at Waukegan
this afternoon. Tho jury after a short
absenco brought in n verdict of murder in
theflrtt degree, and fixed tho penalty of
death by hanging. Tho murdor was de
liberate and cold-blooded, Omera being nt
tho timo in tho performanco of his duty,
about serving a warrant on Kaffcrty for
some misdctiicanor of which ho had been
TEUIHJJLE LOSS OF LIFE BY THE
IIOllEUT 110WLES ACQUITTED.
JEALOUSLY VS. INDIFFERENCE.
St. 1'ETKnniicr.a, Feb. C Tho 'Ofllclal
Gazctto' of this city, in nn nrticio on tbo
movements of llussia in Central Asia,
contrasts tho inditforenco with which
Great llritaiu vlows tho growth of tho
United States ol North Amorica, with the
jealously with with which sho watohos tho
growth of llussia. Tho 'Gazctto' says
llritlsh journalists aro simply beside thom-
silvos with angor, ami con
cludes its article by advising tho British
government to tako nn moro notice of tho
progres of llussia than sho docs of that of
tho Unitod States.
Tlio.P.usslan fleet, now in tho Baltic,
will eoon sail for tho Mediterranean.
Capiz, Fob. C. Tho steamer Murillo Is
yet ot Cadis, whore sho ha romalncd
sinco Iter first arrival. Tho ilritich con-
til hero has demanded tho issue of n writ
of attachment against har captain, Tho
Murillo's offictirs on watch nt tho time of
disaster to tho Northtlcot, nro held as
prisoners on a Spanish man-of-war. Dur
i'lg tho Investigation tho crow aro undor
guard, nnd nro not allowed to go ashoro.
Tho Spanish authorities who examined
thu Murillo deciarosho shows no signs of
having been In n collision, and it is their
belief thut nho is guiltness. ,
Anthenf, Fob. 5. Tho oarthquako
shocks on tho Island of St. Thomas) which
caused so great a destruction of property
and loss of life, continued four days. It
his not yet bcon ascertained how muny
parsons persons perished.
London, Fob. C At tho trial of Hobort
Howies to-day, ho was ncquittod.
W EATHER REPORT.
Washington, Feb. 5. Probabilities
For New England winds shitting to east
erly and southerly and partly cloudy
woather. For Mlddlo states outorly to
southerly winds and partly cloudy weather
and probably arras of light rain from
Virginia to Kastorn Now York, For tho
Norlhwost and oxtending eastward nnd
southward over Upper Lako region and
Ohio valloy wostorly to northerly winds
ami gonoraily cloar weather. For South
Atlantic states wind voerlng to westerly
with clearing woather. For Gulf states
light to treih variahlo winds and partly
cloudy woathor. For Tonnossoe and Kan
lucky winds veoring to wostorly und clear
COKNEIi IN WESTERN UNION
New York, Feb. 5. A crowd ot Wall
street operatives were in tho Fifth Ave-
nuo hotel to-night and great excitement
oxiited In regard to the alleged corner in
Western Union Telegraph stock, for
which OUo is freely bid. A rumor was
afloat, und gonerully croditoJ, that Jay
Gould is short of tho stock, and has been
badly cornered by n combination consist
ing of Commodore Vandcrbllt, Henry A.
Smith and Daniel Drew.
Chicago, Feb. o. Flour quiet and un
changed." Wheat steady, No. 1 spring
$1 -ie; No. 2 t 23J; cakb; $1 2CJ; seller
March; No. 21 10. Corn steady; No. 2
mixed 305(5) cash; 31 JQJ; seller March.
Oats in lair demand and hlghor; No. 2
JO J. Itye dull and drooping, No. 2 CC
U7c. Barley dull und drooping, No. 1 full
"U(i;Jc. I'rovisions quiot aud held linn,
iiioi pork uomily; 12 cash; seller March;
$12 80. Lard steady; $7 fiO cash; "J sel
ler March; bulk meats study, and un
changed; green meats stronc; shoulders
i'Jl&i bJ. Hams 18 lbs uvorago ut 7Ac.
Whuky steady, nt 87Jc
Sr. i.ouii, Fod. &. Flour quiet and
firm; extra ti 25&G "5; XX C tfo7 60;
XXX $7 "68 70; family $8 7&Qi,9 50.
Wheat dull; medium and low grades
lower, No 2 spring $1 Uljl 34j; soft
il 4&; No 3 red fall $1 831 85; No ;i
Corn dull and drooping, closing lowor;
No 2 mixed 31c; No 2 white 424ac. Oats
heavy and drooping; Nn 2 mixed 2910
80c. Jlarloy quiet Hnd unchanged; No 3
spring 05073c, No 2 800'Juc; choico $1
1 12. nyr vory zuioi; no - iO(ij;soo.
Fork held firm 13c; dry salt meats uuiel;
shoulders 4JtJe; clear rib Ojc; cloar
sides (jj(i)io lor jobbing and order lots;
bacon quiet and firm; shoulders scarce 5e;
clear rib 7J07 Jc; clear sides be; bums 11 j
14c. Lard firm; prime steam 7 jo. High
wines quiet b'Jc. Caltlo quiet and un
changed. Hogs steady 1 8 0u 30; mostly
II 20; packed to dato 020,000; receipts
New York, Feb. C, Flour dull and
heavy, super western ?0 -1007 25; com
mon to good S7 3007 00; good to choice
$88 50; whilo wheat oxtru $8 50lU 75.
Whiskey firm 03jt)ajb. Wheat quito,
No 2 Chicago spring and northwestern
store uud nlToat $1 031 07. Hyo und
burley unchanged, Com in moderate re
quest, old western mixed ullout CCjG7c;
stord lilje; new western 0,1 j
00c; yellow Clj00c. Oats
quieu and llrm, now weslurn mixed 5S
&5c;'old 53J05Oc. CoU'eo steady, rlo 17
20c. Sugar in inoderuto domand. Mo
liucs active, now cross muscavada 31c.
Fork dull, mess MJ; primo mess ISjc,
Ueof quiet, mens tlli; extra 12A,
Cut meats dull; halves 1:'13; shoulders
CJ0O. -Middles in good dumand, short
clear 7J; long and short clear delivered
7J; April 7J; spot 7J. Lard weak, western
steam 83; kottlo 81Jc.
MKMruiB, Fob. 6. Cotton dull and
drooping, good ordinary 17l8c; low
middling 19c; ro:elpts 2,207; shipments 1,
020; stock 31,050. Flour llrm Hnd sbarco.
Corn meal uctivn$2 20, Corn dull and
drooping 02001c. Oats dull and prices
drooping Cl03o. Hay dull und drooping
$3537. llran dull and drooping 26u.
Hulk meats and lard unchanged.
Sr. Louts, Fob. C Arrlvod : Grand
Tower. Cairo; St. Joseph and Emma Elli
ott, Joo Fletiilnir and Mary Davago, from
below. Departed: Capitol City, Mom-
pins; uuy oi Jioiona, vicasuurg; Andy
.lohnson and Carry V. Kountz, Now
Orleans. Hiuor about stationary. Gor
gos at St. Charles and Alton still firm, but
are exooctod to let iro anv hour. Weather
clear and mild. Boats from below report
the Great Kepublio lying at tbo Illinois
shore nbovo l'orrys towhead landing on
stock and will proceed on hor voyago tho
first rlso. Tho Klchmon.l and Mary Mc
Donald aro both still aground at horsetail.
The Mary Alice is at the bank bolow tho
PiTT.siiURO, Fob. 5. ltlver rising slow
ly; 17 feet. Alleghony nnd Monongahola
river putting out largo quantities of ico.
E II Durfco will depart Saturday for St.
Louis. No departures, Ksparanza nnd
Cnrrlo lirooks will probably got off to
morrow. Mkmi'HIx, Fob. C Woathor warm nnd
ralnln. Klvcr declining. Arrived'.
I'lnk Varblo and Dardanelles from Ar
kansas rivor. Dopartod : City of Chester
for St. Louis; Mary lioyd for Arkansas
river; Legal Tonder fcr White rivor; Nick
Longworth, Arlington and Mlnncola for
Cincinnati; Orescent City and barges last
night, and Hollo Leo this afternoon for
Now Orleana. - -
Little Kock, Feb. 5. Weather cloudy,
rainy and warm, llivor rose sovoral in
ches with prospect of a good rise.
Vicksiiuro, Feb. 5. Down: Seminola,
Up : City of Alton and Colorado. lliv
or rising. Wenthor cloudy and cold.
Cincinnati, Eob. 5. K'ivcr foil 18 In
choi. Arrived : Drill, from Nashville.
Dopartcd : Junata, .Pittsburg; Andy
llaum, Momphis. Tho following aro tho
tows with empty coal barges for Pitts
burg : Lyoai No. 2, Giipsoy, Hurgal,
Tiger, nluo Lodge, Hercules, and also tho
W. II. Stone from Aurora to Pittsburg,
with 4 barges of empty oil barrels.
Weather cloudy and warm.
Louisville, Feb. 0 Itlvor risen
1 foot; 8 feel 9 inches canal; 0 feet 9 inches
chute. Weather cloudy and mild; but llt
tlo ico and that soft and harmless. Navi
gation fairly resumed. Arrived : C II
Church from Cincinnati; II C Yacgor
Now Orleans. Church and Yaegcr both
in canal, which is pretty well filled with
coal boats. Steamers expect to get througn
to-night. Tho Simpson Horner, John A
Wood, Wm Cowcn, Mary Ann, and Clias
IJrown aro putting tows through the
canal to-day. Total wharfago collected
In two years and nlno months 59,751,10,.
rKW Orleana, Feb. 0. No arrivals.
Departed: John Kilgour, Cincinnati; Ed
inburg, Arkansas river. Weather clear
Nashville, Feb. C Itiver rising with
feet on llarpoth Shoals. Woather mild
and cloudv. Arrived: John S Uransford,
Ella llu;hci, Upper Cumberland. De
parted: Tyrone, Cairo.
Evansville. Feb. o. Wcatlior clear
and cloudy with morcury 00 to 70. ltlver
risen ono font, and clear of ico- Port list
up: Idlewild 7 p.m.; Dexter 9; Hello Ver
non a a.m.; Tarascon, Marp Minor 10.
Palestine 1 p.m.; Fayette 3; down: Mary
Amcnt, Bowling Green, 3 p.m., all with
splendid trips. Business very brisk.
Our Homo Advertisers.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 2r s tt j& a ej
NIAOA.ni, N. T.,
AmU - (1,4)6,210
oermania, n. t.,
Aifru i.ocs.m ti
HANOVER, H. T,
Asset ... .7J8 8S3 00
Binnnt.ti' k. t .
v 1 ' t .
KBW E1TTEEPBI9E I
J. E. LUFK1N,
AVtiolmalo uiiil Brtnil arorer,
Uus on liand at all times Vegetable, Fruits
nutter and Kg, l.ard.
Honev, Troi'ioal Fruit-, Etc., Etc
I3TAI1 goods Warranted Frch, anil .old
a; Moan l'lom.
N. II. 1'arecU delivered to any part of tlio
city to Ciiotoiners.
WEST BIDE COMMERCIAL AVE., 1IKTWEEN
17tll AND 18th hTltEET.S.
C O.I. 1,1 vo
the njrsw s-yaToai.
OROCEHIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
riUCKH VOR CABH.
AT U. O. TUIELKOKE'S STOKE
WAflUINOTON AVENUE. BETWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH 8TREETB.
6C Sis. dky Cuba Sugar for - $5 0
9J ii ii ii ... l 00
0J lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 " Prlmo Klo Cotfoo for - - 1 00
3J " Choico " " - - 1 00
3 11 Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Teas and other staplo and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods new and full woight glvon. Call
And Dealer In
VEGETABLES, FKUITS, KGGS,
LA HI). FUESH BUTT Ell, LIVE
A"ND DllESSEO PoULTKY,
FHESH SALTED AND
SMOKED FISH, ETC.
Am. Goons WAKiUNTKn Fhesh
And i-old at the lowest prices foKcash.
C&pElghth strcot, betweon Coininorclal
and Washington avenues.
WM. GLKNN & SON'S
UK AD QUAJITKRS FOR OROCKJUKS
COFFEE. Klo, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUUAR, N, O., Hard & Soft Keflned.
SYHUPS. Now Orleans nnd Kastorn.
WK MAKE Hl'KCIALITIES OK
Cnroprlslag theUailerwrllcn' Afconey.
TONKERS, N. T.,
. ALBANY CITY,
irkmen'b fund, a. r.,
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Oiots - .1,43J.MJ
Hinr. nalllnn. Furniture Hulls and C
gnii, inaured t ri hTorablti as sound, J
min.nl ..nn.ltv Mill v.rr. nL
I reipoutfulljr ask of the ct tltrns ot Cl r
narror ineir pairooage.
W. It. Moms. H. II. CaaiJee
Notarjf Public. No. Pub. aad 11. H. Com
FlltE, HULL, OAKGO, LIVE STOCK
KOHTII AMERICA, PA.,
. 2,783,OUO CO
H.M 4,110 72
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
(OH THE l'ER.MANENT CURE OF
CHILLS A XI) FEVER, DUMB AGUE
UK An I rOK.n Or ISl tllMU'
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
Thero aro no diseases o debilitating In
their effects upon the constitution ri th
tib'ovc, and nono moro (1111101111 to euro by
the usual mode of practice, Tho Fever and
Ague I'owdcrs will cll'cct a euro in cases of
tho longest standing as well as provo a pre
ventive in the formlnjr stages or the diseased
Itclng purely vegetable, they act with ccr
ta.nty on thu dieac, totally eradicating it
from the system, and prevent a return at
any future period.
Why vvate your money and health in try
ing ovcry nieiliclno you hear of, when
Thoinpion'i Fever and Actio Powders have
never tailed to cure the CnllM In any case.
REASONS WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
Their reputation U etabllshcd. Thou
sands of tcMiuionlaN have been received,
showing that thecc powders have performed
miracle tu curing casci o( long standing,
many of them considered hopeless.
Tliero Is no risk In taking them. Thcy
contaiu uotlitng Injurious, and, thcrclore,
nono ot the lingering diseases so often the
rc.ult of the many nostrums of the day.
Physicians recommend them as superior to
iiulnlno or any other known remedy, for
they leave thu mtcm In a healthy state, and
thu patient beyond the probability of a re-
''hEWAHE OF COUNTEUFEITS. Tho
genuine aro put up in Miuare tin boxes, with
THOMPSON'S FEVEll AND AOUE l'OW
DEltS stamped on the lid, and the signature
of Thompson & Cuavvkoi;i on the wrapper.
iSo others can possibly be genuine.
Asset ll,3M,8a 1
Aiieti - &lb,tl3 ti
Asset 1,S7S 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO
Asset 1500,(100 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIKE.
Asset 30,00),Ol) 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIKE AND
Afsotff. . Jl.WO.OOP) u
RAILWAY PABSENOERS ASSURANCE
yaieta a 400,000 00
Assets $60,862 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE,
71 Ohio ITrei,
TKUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cent':.. Office, 172 WashinotonSt.
Till. Herman Life Inauram-o Company
guarantees- not only Paid-up Policies but
alto a Value In Cash on the Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. IIUCK, - - Presidont
U. KNOHELSDOHP, - - - Hocrotary
JOHN W. PMJE.SS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
JJ ISM ARK RUNI).
SECTION NO. 17.
Ai-o-liitloii for promoting Life Insurance
and Kick llcliof by weekly dura and mutual
co-operation in objects ol public hcuotit.
The I.llo Insurance Policies will bo Issued
by the Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
II. MEVEK3, Presldont.
JOHN W. PHUESS, Aq't.
2MIt for Cnl round vlrlnltr.
HOME TISJLIDE !
J. C. HUELS,
Late of St. I.ouls,
HOOK HINDER AND BLANK HOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
III.ANIC HOOKS of ovcry description dono
Willi neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notice, llibles, Mush'.
Magazine ami Periodicals bound neat uud
at the lowest possible) rates.
County work, such us lterords, Dockets,
l'Yii Hooks, Illanka, etc., mado a f pcchillty
llo.ves, Pocket Hooks, Envelopes, etc.,
made to order ll--t tf.
0AIRO AND PADUOAIl
Tb aplendld steamer
70 A 7: IVhi SI.
Dick Fowlek, Captain
Leaven Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted)
i p.in For freight o passage apply on boat
to Jai, Mallory. Ag't.
It II K LT -Af A T I (J
THE GREAT EXTEttNAL REMEDT FOR
GI A, SPKAINS, ETC.,
GOOD VOR U AX OR HE AST.
This liniment hat earned for Itself a remi
tatlou uneiUallcd In the history of external
applications, jsr s nousanus who now silt
fer from rhcumatlm. ncuralcla, etc., would
II nd Immediate relict Irom all pain by using
this certain remedy. It Is equally effectual
In cuts, bum, scald.', stillness or the neck,
sore throat, swellings, Intlamations, frost
bites, pains in tne Mile, or uack, ones oi spi
le rs or slings of insects.
One rubbing will In all cases give immedi
ate relief, and a few applications complete
On account of Its powerful penetrating
properties It l-i beyond doubt the surest rem
edy for the most troublesome diseases to
which horses aud cattle are liable. It cures
scratches, old and fresh cuts or sores, chafes
produced by the collar or saddles, injuries
cati-cd by nulls or splints entering tho tlcsh
or hoofs, bruises, sprains, sweeney, spavin
thrush, and all diseases which destroy the
hoofs nr bottca of the feet.
dTKull directions accompany each hot
tic. The above aro prepared only by
CIIAAVKOKI) & K011E5.
141 Market Street, Philadelpbt
And sold hv storekeepers generally throug
out the country. 1-20 It d-e-vv
OHANDEST SCHEME OF THE AGE
$50 00 0 0
Under tho authority of special act of
.March 10, 1871, tbo trustees announce thu
Third (Irand Olft Concert for tho benefit oi
the Public Library ol Kentucky, to come oil'
lu the Public Library Hall at Louisville,
TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1870.
A. tlilf t.i.trt tl,n ItAkt tm,htvil ttlnf.
that ran ho procured from all parts of tlio
country will add pleasure to the entertain-"
me nt, and Ten Thousand Cash (lifts, aircrc
gating n vast total of Half a Million Dollars
currency will ho distributed by lot to the
ticket-holders, as follows :
LIST OF HIFTjS-
Ono (Irand Cash Olft $100,OCO
Ono (Irand Cash (Jilt 60,000
One (IrandCasli (lift UA,000
Ono Oram! Cash (lift 20,000
Ono (Hand Cash Oltt 10,000
OnnOriind CashOlit ri,0C0
2 Cash Olltsof $1,000 each 21,000
M Cash (lilts of uOO'each 2.000
80 Cah (liftslof 400 each.. .. :,000
100 Cash (lilts of oOO each flO.OOu
150CashlSlftsof 200 each 110.000
" IV.M Cash (lilts of 100 each 611.000
0,000 Cash (Hits of 10 each W.OOO
Total, 10,000 (lifts, all Cash $500,000
'l'n nriivldo means for this Hiajrnlilccnt con
cert Olia Hundred ihous.md Tickets only
will ho Issued, a largo portion ot which aro
PHlCE Or TICKETS :
Wholo tickets 810. halves $5, and quar
ters Hi 50. Eleven wholo tickets for $100.
No discount on less than $100ordcrs. Noth
ing could bo moro appropriate for presents
than tickets to this llaiin.uet of Wealth or
more llkclv to produce granuer eatisiactory
results Tho object of tills Tnlrd Gift Con
cert Is tho enlargement and endowment of
tho Public Library of Kentucky, which by
the special act authorizing tho Concert fur
Its bt'iicilt, is to ho forever Ireo to all citizens
of every state. This Concert will bo con
ducted 'like tho first and second hcreloforo
given, and lull particulars o: the mode of
drawing the girts and paying them and ev
erything necessary to a moronn uuuer
standlng ol tho scheme, from beginning to
end, aro now puuiisneu in mo lunu oi a cir
cular, which will bo furnished free ot cost to
any who apply, i no cntiro management or
this undertaking has bceu committed by the
trustees to Hon. Thos. E. Hramlette, late
coventor of Kentucky, to whom all commu
nications pertaining to tho (lilt Concert
should bo address d,
It. T. DUItHETT, Prest.
W. N. HALDEMAN, Vlce-Preit.
JNO. S. CAIN, Sec'y. Pub. Library of Ky.
KAKMEKS A DltOVEltS, HANK, Treas.
Tickets aro now ready for sale, aud all or
ders for them, and applications for agencies,
circulars, Information, etc., will meet with
prompt attention when addressed to me a
THOS. E. UKAMLETTE, Louisville, Kr.
Agent Public Library, Ky.
1 000 IN ONE WEEK.
To any threwd man who can do builnesa
on tho quiet, I guarantee an I mine use For
tunes, easily, rapidly, and in perfect safety.
Addresa in perfect confidtnee,
28 West Fourth street, New York.