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JOHN H. UbKIUii, rKUrKlKiOK. ....... CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY. taRIIA1V
: :
OUK CHUKOUES.
" IMIvmiYTKItlAN kiEi'i Strcf t.
' , lrecllntf, Sabbath nt 10 a.m. ami 71 p.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7 0. m.
sabbath School, t p. in. .T. M. I.ahnden, Su
perintendent. ItKV. U.TllAYKH, l'ui-Uir
METHODIST. Cor. Eighth and Walnut Sts. I
Preaching, Sabbath at lu) n.m., and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. L. w. htlllwell,
(superintendent, llrv. K. L. Thompson,
rasior.
cihthch of Tin: itEiEEMEit-(Kpico.
1
w o I o n n u m miscell w
i i f i if ii u r i -. -.. .,
i iimiunni iiiui
0, 1878.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
online prayer. Sabbath 10J a.m.
Evening prayeri, 7J p.m.
SabbathtSchool, fl a.m. t
liF.V r.. is':ibui.
PATIIICK'S ClfUltCII-Nlnth ht. and
.illusion Asciine.
iMIc service. Sabbath e:!0 and 10J a.m.
Vcsnen. 7 n.m.
fatSntlt School, 2 p.m.
Service csery day, a.m.
Bi:v. r. J. O'IIaixoiiam, Prlert.
f-T. .TOHKI'U'h ;UUKIl.--Mriiian,) cnr
nerol Wuliiut und Cross riivi'U.
Mas, esrry ."jibtatli at Ut o'clock a. m.
Vespers, if p. in.
lii during week days, S o'clock a. in.
Uv.v. t. HumtAN, Priest.
(IKItMAN I.ETIIEUANCIIUUCIl-I.ltb
Mrcet between Washington Aveunc mid
Walnut street.
Preaching Sundnv inornilti: nt 10 o'clock.
Sabbath fchuul ut '1 o'clock p.m.
ItKV. Uoii'i. IlKl.iUii, l'ustor.
YOUNG MEN'S CtililSTlAN ASSOCIA
TION. ltujjular meeting second Monday
each month nt their room out Itockstcll
t Co' book stoic, Comtiii rclal avenue.
Weekly I'wyer liieitliig,Friday,71 p.m. at
the room,
I.. W. fimi.WM.f, President.
SECOND MlSfilONAUY IJAI'TIr-T
IIU1ICII. OirniT.-'yeainorc and Koity.
Ilrt .street-, rrraelilwr Sahtialli nt 11
o'clock a. in. ami :t o'clock p. in.
MimUy School 1 o'clock p. in.
This church I connected with the III! rtol
Allocution, 1" Hi'- I-'lrt MIIoiury lljp-ll-t
( hiirch ol'l iili".
Sol.OH(lN I.KONAIIK, I'nitor.
AKltlCAN MirrilOIHST.-Kourtceiitii, he
tween Walnut and Ucilir.
Sen1ee. Snlibalh. 11 a.m.
Sa'ibatli School, 1J p.m.
(.1 1 iiicetn at:) p.m.
:'OND KUEB WILL IJAIM'IST'-Klf-
irenflj .Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
.-crvlof s ahbatli. 1) and 3 p. m.
JCr.v. N. Hicks, l'aitor.
t'HKK WII.I, IIAITI8T HOME MISSION
SAHHATII PC1I001-. Comer Walnut
and Cedar .Street.
Sabbath School. !l a.m.
rllteT KHEK WI1.I. ItAl'TIhT CIU'ItCH
-Currv'c Uarrack
ienfeet, Sabbath 11 a.m., .1 p.m. A 71 p. in.
Hkv. Wm. KVlley. l'aitor.
riltST MISSIONAUY ll.UM IPT CIIUIIC1I.
-.'edar, between Ninth anil Tenth t.
l'rracdlng Sabbath, lUi a.m. and 7) p.m.
fraycr Weetiiiif, Wednoday u-niiif.
l'rf-achliik. Knday evuultur.
fiabbath school. U p.m. .lohn nnliaxter
and Mary Stephen, buperlnundent-.
IlKV. T. J. MIOKK.1, l'artor.
SECONO UAI'TIST CIlUltCII-KourUentli
Street, between Cedar and Walimu. Tun
only Ilaptl't church recognized by the Af
roelatiuu. Sen Ice-, Sabbath, U a.m. .! p,m. and . li.m.
Hkv. ,J.cob lliiAi'LKV. Elder.
SKUntlT OUUKUS.
THE MASONS.
C'AlItO "COM.M ANUKItY, No. 13.-hutd
AM-!iibly at tlie Aj luin Masonic Hall, ttret
and third Moudajn in each month.
UAIItO COL'NUI., No.!M. Urgnlar Convo-
cation at MjujiiIo Uall, the tecond Kriday
in each month.
CAIlto ClIAlTEIt No. 71. nejfuiar Con-
ocalluu at Maonle Hall, on the Uilrd
'1 ui'.Jjy ol every luoiith,
CAIIIO I.OIX1E. Nf. 2.17 V.fc A. 5!. Hejru-
lur CoiNiiiunlcalloii-' at Maonlc Hall, tlie
K-coii'l and lourtli Monday nor each month.
Till: ODU-EEl.f.OWS.
Al.EXANDEIt I.OlXiE, Mevt In Odd-
KelIow' Hall, In Arter'a building, every
Tuuriday eveulni; at a o'clock.
STA'ruFFiuEUS.
(lovemor Illcliard .1. OsIcby.
I,lcutcnaiit-lovcnior violin l llcM-ridsc.
Sccrrlarv of Stato (ieoivo II. Harlow.
Auditor "of SUte C. E. l.ipplncotl'.
Sute Tre A'urer Caiwr liau.
Attoriiey (ienerul .lame Iv. IMrall
Supt. l'ublic lntructlon-New ton llateinan
C N( ItESa.MEN.
Senators Ljuiau Trumbull and John A.
I.o.-an.
HepreocnUtlvc for the Stnte-at-Largc S.
I,. Il!c riilK'i'.
Itepreentntlve Thlrteeutli DIftrict .lohn
M. Creb.
MEMllEllS OENEUAI. ASEMIII.Y.
Ucpreentalie In tlm Mtli llt-ict
John II. Obcrlr, Win. A. I.einuu and Math
ew .1. lncore.
hviiator for the Mth dMiict. Jef-o Ware.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIIICUIT COUIIT.
Judt'e D. J. Ilakcr, of All-Minder.
,-tnte' Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk It. S. Yociiin.
Shrriir A. II. Inln.
Wm. Martin Acxnr and Trcniurer.
COUNTY COL'ItT.
Judge F. Ilro.
A5clatc-J. E. McC'rlto and S. Mnrchll
don. Clerk Jacob 0. Lynch.
Coroner John II. GotMuan.
MUNICIPAL "cioVEHNMENT.
Mayor John M. Eantdcn.
Treaurer It. A. ;unnlin;liam.
Comptroller E. A. Iturnutt.
Clerk Michael Hon Icy.
.Marshal Andrew Cnln.
Attorney P. II. I'ope.
Police Mnjjliitratci F. Hron and H. SLan
ncy.
Chief of Police-!,. II. Myers.
mn.i'.cr council.
Mayor John M. Landrn.
Fllt Wnid-P. (i. .Schuli.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Wartl Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. StaatH Tavlor.
Clty-ut-I.argo W. P. llatllday nd 1).
llurif.
JlOAllI) OK ALDKItMCN,
First Ward -.lames Itoardcn, A. B. Saf
lord, Isaac Walder.
Second Ward-U. II. Cunningham, E. llu
iler, Q. Stanccl, James Swayne.
Third Wnrd-Wm. Htratton, J. II. Pldllin.
Fourth Ward-Jno. 11. lloblnson, O. II.
ease, J. II. Metcalf.
FllYHHIAXS. !
DJ. . 0. TABElf, '
Will regime tiio practlco ot his prnfciion
with eitpeclal rcterenco to tho cleetricn
treatment ol iIIm-ukhs lu all tho new and im
proved methods of application,
In all canes of fcuialo complaint a lady
will be in attendance,
OlUco, lid Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. D.
fES5iriiiNUK-No. 21 Thirteenth utrect, b
I V tween WanlilDKIon avoaue and Walnut atrert.
Oraoa 121 (lomiiien-l d tf nn, up Ulr.
C. W. DUNNING, M. I).
ORRIIlKNOE-eornnrMinth and Walnut Hr,
jyOftic coinor nuth treet loJ Ohio lor.
Omi-c linur froui a .m. to l'i ni., and tt i.m
II. WA11DNEU, M. 1).
UpypENOK-Cornor l.lnetionth straet and
i Waihlngton arunno, near court Imuiie. Of.
tc en Ar'rr'NtirnrerjrHtnre, Otic Hours Irrm
m.. In Yt m, und '-ntn i In 4 p. in.
II. fl. IlltlGHAM, M.D.,
lloiuenpalhlo Physician and Suii-'con. Of.
tico 13U Commtrelnl avenue. ltoldcnco on
Tenth stroot, three doors West of c. It.
POLITICAL.
TIIK MOIULIHK COMMITTUK
JH.SCLIN1 TIIKIK HCOl'K
OF DUTY.
AMES FAILS TO AIM'KAK AND
TUB SKHOKANT-AT-ARMS
IS .SENT AFTGK HIM.
I'OMKKOY AS.StMKS A. AIR OF
' I UT I '0 MA I X DI (i N AT I ON,
AND AVIM, ENDEAVOR TO K.YJ.
PLAIN A WAY THE CHAIIOKS
IlllOL'OUT AUAINST
I11M.
jSKNATOK HOOY KXON hi. AVEli
; II Y TUB IN VEST I MATING
COMMITTEE.
KTO.,
KTC,
ETC.
i ox'iniiKi.so -r ii c scotk or mtv.
YAltlNaloy, Feb. f. The select coin
rnlltm of tho lennte to consider tho Credit
Mobtlier ninttcr, held n preliminary niwd
Ing thN morning to dicus in funnall.v
i hat U the exact toope of tho duty with
which tLcy arc charged, and adjourned to
meet again r.eit tnonday. It was not de
cided to-day, but it It considered quilo
certain that thcfculoni of tho commilico
will ha public.
VUJ.ANIl' COMMITTER
Thl morning held n tecre'. (enlon of two
houn and diicuscd eviaence preparatory
o n final report, to bo nude in a week or
en dy, and th-y only nwalt tho return
of,JAme to cloaa tho ciamlnation. It waj
decided to send tho sergeant-at-arnu for
him if ho Ii not beard from to-day. Two
ttWgrami have been lent bltn, unanswered.
After lie examination of Amef, Colfax
will be allowed tootier teilimony to show
where the $1,200, dcpoiitcd In the Firt
National bank came from, but tho com
mittee expect to hear all the evidence, in
one day, and then close. At thi requwt
of Judgo Hale, counsel for Colfax, lbs
tho comm't',eadjivted that Ames lie ne
tilled to brine inemorandom boolc, rc
furred to ia btl testircony, on bis re
turn. TIIK WILfcO- COMMITTEE
Examined no witnesses to-dty.
'bl HII I'OM."
Whether fcenator Pomeroy can dispose
of thu charges mado ngalnt him or not,
it is known hu in ends to meet them in the
senate on Momliy, ni soon as the journal
is read, by rising to a personal eipluns
nttion, and deny each and every allega
tion miido against bim In the recent sena
torial contest, and demand that a special
committee of flvo be appointed to investi
gate tho charges, with instructions to re
port at tho earliest day possible, it is not
Pomeroy't intention to go Into details in
this explanation, but to mako a lull und
sweeping denial of all that it charged
against him. It U understood Pomuroy
does not deny that he paid over to Senator
York the $7,000 produced In the Kama
legislature, but he ifllrms that it was giv
en to lurk to hand to n banker In lav
town in which York lives, on account of a
subscription for stock which lie (I'ouie
roy) Imd madu toward tho establUhinont
of h now national bank, and that York
mado tiso of tho money in the mannor al
ready known to the public.
THE I.OtmiA.VA COMMITTEE
Met this morning, but after a brief pre
liminary consultation adjourned till
Monday morning. This indicates that
tomuiittce hai not arrived nt nny agree
ment as to tho electoral vote.
IELANO's SUCCESSOR.
Sr. Louis, Fob. 6. A "VYnMiinglcin
special to the evening Diipatch ' says ills
generally umioritood that Charles Y.
Ford, present internal reventto collector
in this district, und nn old, personal friend
of Man. Grant, will succeed Dolano is
secretary of tho Interior, ami that Delaiu
will bo lecrotary of tho tronsury.
1I0C1Y EXONERATED.
.TKiTKRhON Citv, l'oD. 8. Tho sonator
ial Investigating committeo mado h report
tbli morning ex uncrating Sonator Jlogy
from nny attompt nt a bribe in tho election.
Tnoy find that Mr. Dorris did try to bribe
two members, J'opo of Wright and A.'or
gan of llonton, but it bad no bearing on
this c&tc, The report wm signed by nil
tbo momburs of tho committeo excupt
Ileudleo, who win nmko u minority ropsrt
on Wedncsdnj".
BEADY TO REroiiT,
Tho sonata committee on election? hure
completed their report on so much uvi
donco ns relates to the proceedings in con
nection with tho electoral vote In Louwi
ana. The report is brief, merulv stating
the facts lu thocaso, without recommcn ia"
tlons to the senate, and will be preieEU-d
on Monday,
SECRETARY KOUES0.V
Was teforo tho hoiiso committeo on up.
proprlatlons to-iay with representatives
Leonard and Myors, and asked for an up
propriatlon of half a million for Leru'im
Island.
witsov.
JlOSToS. l-oti. B. -Senator IVll.nn t.
hero, lie has written his leltor of resig.
nation, to takoclTect March 'J. It will be
submitted to the legislature next Monday,
iun viri-iiuii oi ins lucovitur tuxes pi tee
on tue mm.
A1U.J lMENl' ON STOKES MO
TION FOIl A NEW TlilAL.
THE
.SYNDICATE HANKEKS'
PUKT.
UK-
ACTION OF TllE WOMAN 8UK
FHAOE ASSOCIATION.
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC.
MTOKKV MOTION' DKM1KD.
New Yokk. Feb. 8. In the Slokos caio
fudge lloardmun denied tho motion or a
new trial, and, refuted a stay of proceed
ings. His counsel vaL one .prpcesjiaiftto
LATr.it.
The report that Judge lloardman de
nied tha motion for a slay of proceedinss
and new trial in the Stokes cusc, prove
trroneou, the judg It nt Ithica, und will
not declJu tho tniition till nest week.
The argument beforo Judgo Davi to-duy
for a stty wni accoiding to the rcpitsl t-f
Ju'Jgi) iionrdtnan hlinself.
a rr.oTK-T.
At a meeting of tho Wutr.nn SulV a to
Astoclntlon vestorday, n resolution and
protest was adopted, entreating the housii
of representatives to oppose the bill otfere d
by Mr. Murrntt of Utah, to disfranchise
the women of L'tnh territory.
t 1 1 K Y S 1 1 1 c at k n a n K r. k h
Have madi a report in which they atate
they are not nt liberty to give thouinourit
of tho subscriptions to tho new 6 per cent,
loan of the United rotate.
PERSONAL.
' 0 bari-i's 7J.000: two fiats cok.?10.000i
. Sam lirown 10 bnrgei llf,0Cr0j on' barge
, and Ilit of colep, 'Jo.000; Louisville. Hor-
noli no. l, .irtrgos 24,akw, a a in rarfcer,
8 barges; tffat boat,?.000-, Hen Wood, 8
bargct;,2 flat boal, 100,000; Etta, o bar
ges I flat boat, 100.000.
VicKanuKO, Fob. 8. Down: Seltns.
Up;- Joo Kinney. Weather clour and
cool. Uivcr rising.
New Ori.eanh, Pb. 9 No trrival.
Departodl Mullio Ebcrt, PitUburg; .1, II.
Jnhtnon and lllsmark St. Louis; John I).
Maud, .Memphis, Weather cloudy ami
pleasant.
LoCMvii.i.u; Fob. 8. Hirer rising Inch
per hour, II feet 3 Inches. Cannl, 9 fee t
3 inches in chute. Snowed rapidly on
hour or two late this afternoon. Clear
and cold to-night, with mercury 3V".
Departed: Anna Falls, Arkansas Itlvor,
Commonwealth, Mary Miller, Cincinnati;
Liberty misWn tails to Haw Orleans;
A.Jx:y.rimmMnniijUM. Xigley.
W. II ;llrown with full tows will descend
tho falls to-morrow bound South. Present
rim will let out all boats for lower port.
Ci.vci.vkati, Feb. 8 ltlver 31 feet and
rising. Arrived1 ISello Vernon from
Nnliville; Lawrence from Memphis; Es
peranxa from Pittiburc; .1 D P'irkcr from
Tcw Orleans. Departed; Potomac for
Metnphl; Eipnrnnr.a for St. Louis; Chas
llodmann and II C Yaeger for New Or
leans. Hoat expocted : Thor.ipnn Denn
and Cnmmiitiweilth from New Orleiuif.
Liti.Tf: P.ock. i'ob. 3 WoitlM-r clear
and pleasant. Kivcr risen ! inrbm ni,d
till risintr with 3 fntU inches in.tlin chan
nel. Arrived: Ashland from Xew Or
leans. Departed: Fort Gibson for above.
SUDDEN DEATH OF EX-GOV,
GEAltY OF PENNSYLVANIA.
WED.
IlAiiiiisHt'Kn, rb. x. Ex-Gov. Geary
returned hero from New York last uvon
Ing in npparent good health. About !
o'clock this morriiriir, while breakfasting
with his family, and in the act of helping
his little son. his head fell forward, and
leforo hit wlfii could get to his side, and
before medical aid could be summoned, ho
as dead. Heart disease or nppoplexv
was tho cause. Tho city is greatly excited,
and much sorrow is expressed.
CASUALTIES.
TWO WOP.KMEN KILLED IN AN
KXCAVATION.
CAVKD jf.
LoUJvit.LK, Kektuckv, Feb. t. Thii
morning the sides of an excavation for
an ice house, corner of Third and Itrecken
ridge streets caved In. John Cassidy,
Miko liustch and Frits Overdean were nt
orkorrwthir-fntmdt1wfit-si)f;tnr walls.
Cassidy and Itustch wero taken out dead
und Overdean, who was badly hurt, will
recover.
A FATIIEU
CRIME.
KICKS HIS
DEATH.
CHILD TO
I1RLTAI-.
NewYotii;, Feb. 8. In Ilrooklyn this
afternoon Michael Fox wus arrested on a
charge t.f kicking to death his son, eight
years old, becatuo tho boy refuicd to go
for liquor without money.
WEATHER REPORT.
WASIItyOToK. Ffb, 8. Probabilities
For New KngUnd winds shitting to west
ern ana tiorumriy nnu gcnjrniiv cienr
weather Iir Middle states northerly to
westerly wind', partly cloudy wenther
for the .Lower Luke regions. From
tho Ohio valley to Upper Lakes winds
gradually backing to westerly and south
oily, and gHnernlly clear weather. For
Mixsnun kui iNortr.west winds grauuany
backing li southwesterly, probably
southeasterly, rising temperature, and
nrobatilv increasing cloudiness.
For Southern elates east of Mississippi
westerly to northerly wind', uenerally
clear weather.
RIVER NEWS.
HIM- and Fall oi the Illvcrs
For 21 holiro ending :i p. in., Feb. S, 1ST3
" Above!
low
hTATIOXS. iwaterl
Cliangei.
Fall. ltii
St. Panl
Fort Item in..
i imaha
Davcnpoit . ..
l.eaenworth. .
K-oktik
Jt.'alro
si. I.ouis
Pittsburg
Ciueiunull
l.ouUille
MemjihU
Vlckaburi; ...
Shrevcport....
Nashlll
New Orleans..
Little Itoek...,
Fort Smith....
8 t'l
) -1 i
11 O
in I
It) II
In ti
t i) :i
II 2,
iorecd. Falling.
THOS. I- WATUN.
..bsei i r i i. Scr. I'. S. A.
Sr. Lotn-', Fob. H Arrived : City of
(Juincy, lloury Ames, Sueiu Silvor and
City of Chester from Now Orleans; Haven
and barges from Pomeroy; Mohawk nnd
barcesfrom Cairo. Departed: Kellogg
and barges and J F Tollo for New Or
leans; Haven and bargos for Cairo. Klvcr
rising slowly. Weather clear und colder;
high wind nil day.
Memi'HIS, Feb. 8. Weather clear nnd
cooler. Hlvor falling. Departed: In
diana for Loultville; Shannon for Cin
cinnati; Durdnnell for Arkansas river;
City of Alton nnd Colorudo for St. Louis.
Nashville, Feb 8..- Ilivor rising rnp
lltly; 12 fset on Harpeth shoul. WeKlber
dear and cold. Arrived : Silver Thorn
from Evansvillo. Departed: Kddyvillo
for uppor Cumbdrlnnd'
Pittmiuko, Teh. 8. Ilivcr about tin
tloimry with S UeX scant. Mercury .10
and falling. No arrivals or departures
with exceptions. Departures of com 1 boats
with tbo following additional shipments
ofcoalhavo been reported: Cincinnati,
Evens & Williams, 8 barges 00,000 bush
cli; White, Vi trgoi 120,000, 8s.ru Miller,
MARKET REPORT,
Mr.MHiit, Feb. 8. Cotton fair ucinnnd
and advanced; good ortiinary Kp-j low
middling JOo, receipts 1,035;" (ihlpiniT.tn
1,000; stock 20,17. Flour scarce nnd
firn ; $7 .ItsfV? 1 1 ; Corn meal ditto. Oats
active and higher &0fi2c. Hay scarce
and linn. Jtran good d'emaad, lillc. Hulk
meats and lard quiet Atid unchanged.
St. Loins, Feb. S. Flour very ijulct
seller tlrm. Wheat dull nnd drooping,
No .1 spring toft ;i 31 Vfr red full
?1 fij. Corn dull and irregular; No 2
mixed 33c; Jlats dull nnd easier; No "
mixed 31c. jlarley quiot und firm; ot'er
ings light. Hye firm; tfu 2 73fi 'Ac.
Pork unchanged; mess lc; dry salt mtbt
dull and nominal; bacon dull and favors
buyers; shoulders 6Jc; clear rib "J; clear
7 for jobbing lots; order lots Jc higher.
Lurd nominalty unchanged; round lots
primo steam tuleable Q,'hc ask-d.
Whiskey activo and tlrm; tending up; itfe.
Cattle inactive; closed dull nnd weak; fair
to choice native $1 Ufi; Texan fl 7:S
4 37J. Hogs firm $3 0(,l id; iui!t,v
?l lujl 26: receipts 2,000.
Ciiicaoo, Feb. 8. Flour quiet. Wheat
in fair dutnund and higher, No. 1 Spring
1 1 29; No. 2 $1 2r, cash"; 51 2&J March;
No. 0 SI 001 00 L Corn active and
htahcr, :"i. 2 mixed, aiJ(J.3U cas.h; 3:50
31 March. Hyo ntcidy. No. 2 Cjjc.
Uarelv in fair demand nnd higher, No. 2
fall, 7H(a72c;No.3, 60C0c. Pork Heady
S12 15 cash; $12 C5(3S12 70
April. Lajd dullat u shade lower,
$1 .lAcasa. Meals notn ory, salted and
green, steady and unchanged.
New York, Feb. 8. Flour heavy;
lower weste-n, $0 20" 00; common to
good, $7 2."y)7 OS; good to choico. i" 7S
CJ,8 10. . White wheat X, 53 10010 60.
Whisky firmer, 91c. Wheat, very dull.
Lown holders refuto to mako conceMlon.
No 2 .Milwaukee spring, l DO; inferior
sprint;. (I 55, Hyo and barley quiet.
Corn more active, in uood dem.Id; nw
mixed western, CSjffiiOl ; old nfloHt, Crtc;
in store, 03 J0OJJ: yellow western, COIJOti J.
Oats unchanged.
Nkw Orlkans, Feb. 8. Flour quiet,
family $9 50011. Oat", firmer at fi"c.
Corn firm, whito 7uc; yellow "Sc. Hran
51 3j. Pork, searco and flrmor; old
51-t '25; now $11 25; bacon, senrco and
higher at 7(oOJ09ic; other.i unchanged
from report of yetiurdny. Sterling 21;
imht discount. Gold 13J. Cotton quiet,
smIcs 5,200; good to ordorl v 181c; low to
middling lSjc; middling "lOJfTdlp;; mid
dllng Orleans 18J02O. Heceipu 10,057;
cipnrt, (Jrrat Hritain 8,70.1; Continental
2,GH5; Coast 0,fi9C; Stock 200,127.
Eva Neville, TNtiiANA.Fub.S. Cloudy
until ovenine. Now clear nml cold; mer
cury 34 to 40s, now .10s. Hiver station
eary. Down: Andy llaum, 2 a. rn ; Mary
Anient, 7 n.m.; John Alband, 7s.m;
Arkansas IJellp, 7 n. in.; Simpson Horner,
10; Palestine. 3 p. m.; Ada .Hailman, 7
p.m. Hp: Fayette, 0 a. m.; Charmer, 10
a. m ; Nick Longworth, 3 p. id. liusincss
excellent.
AJUONA.
(From the St. I.oul" Democrat.')
Governor Sutlord ut Arizona, tun sent
us his tccuud biennial mtssagu to thu legi
lativu assemblugo of that territory. The
document contains some very interesting
tlatemelits, which wu f uninmri.j fur the
bcuvlit of eiich of our rcudors as may de
slru to run thu guuntlel of the Ajmcliu
(calplng knives and tnko up their ubudu
in our American Golcomla.
liy thu censin of 1870, Arir.ona had a
population of about 10,000. Two years
ago the legislature pasncd uu act citiitillsti
mg u system of public school, which
huvo beou taught in uvcry district through
out tho territory fur ut least three months
during the past year, nnd nil the officers
who were intrusted with putting thu
school law In operation .served without
compensation, Thu governor itiys that
thu opening of the school was
delayed by tho non-urmal of
bcol.-s mid toucher, nnd that
" thu almost entire luck of school-houses
has beou a eoriuus otiibarhtsmcnl, und
should bu remedied ns soon as possible."
Thu governor's views aro ioiimi, und he
liab 0111- sympathies in his oll'urts to get rid
of thetuumbarusiments. Thcro t u pleth
ora of thu public purso of Arixona',
whichis in i-tran go contrast with thu la
muutublo depletion of tho truuturius of
other states and terrlturim. The governor
1 ys : " Wo now havo a surplus in the
territorial treasury, niter paylnu all m.r
Indubiodnuss, of $-17,020 7." This fund',
howevor, Is is source of uneasiness to thu
executive, and ho discreetly urges tlie dis
tribution of it among tho various counties
fur educational purposes, " It ii not good
policy," says Gov, Satl'urd, "to keep any
portion of thl monu" lying idle while so
worthy nn oblectaa the education of our
chldren h endangered for want of means."
And then tlicie it tho additional danger,
not mentioned by jils excellency, that
omn enterprising thief will gobblo tho
find' nnd uio it to elo:t himself to the
United Stales senittu whon Arir.ona lm
con 01 n stale. This tunptutlon should bo
removed.
The conduct )f Uio Apsches, we aro not
surpiiteil to learn, is not calculated to en
courage Immigration nor ft natural In
create of tbn population. Alluding to
tholr depredations, the governor says:
"During tho past year tbo destruction of
lifo and property has been as great n at
uny former period. In tho small valley
ufSonoitu soventecn out of a populatli n
of thirty have been murdored by tho
Apachos' It it natural that such in ex
travagant rata of mortality would tend to
discourage immigration to tho territory.
Governor SuHorcffavurs the policy of cxi
terminating the incorrigible savages, and
corralling those of friendly disposition
upon ruiervations. Ho thinks Gen.
Crook knowt how lo deal with thoso who
t(f.ied the olive brunch of peace offered
lo Hum by Gen. O. O. Howard.
Arir.ona lookt forward with great In
terest to tho completion of the transcon
tinental railway unierpriso now projected
that utitU-r thu munugcmeni of Col. Tom
Scott, which Is to be linisl.ei within five
years, and the Atlantic and Pacific road,
now ombarassed by thu Indian lorrltury,
which It mutt traverse. Wu aro glad to
leurti that the people of Arizona tcok no
stock in tho ureal diamond swlntlf..wlilch
recently created such n hubbub. "It IsJ flepaaltaot ssa
-.1111 pleasure," (ays Guv. SaHurd, ' "that
I am ablo to statu that, as much at wo de
sired immigration, nono of our people en
couraged the frauJ, but, on tho contrary,
they and our press constantly advised
caution, and expressed doubts of tho gen
uineness of tho reports." Attention is
directed to tho importance of sending
specimens tf Arizona ores and photo
graphs of hor scenery to thy Vienna Exposition.
ino establishment of a hospital for tho
insane, mo building of a territorial prcon
for the confinement of felons, tho borinz
of artesian wells lor purposes of irrigation,
stringent laws for punishing tho ihIo of
liquor to Indians, and the enactment of nn
efficient registry law, aro recommended.
Tho people of tho territory are- encoun
tering great hardships in establishing re
publican institutions in that unpromising
region, but in laying tho foundations of
their future stnte, they show a duo appre
ciation of tho advanteges of popular edu
cation, and tho enforcement of laws fur
tho conservation of public moral. With
the Texas nnd Atlantic and Pacific roads
complete,!, population will rapidly in
creau, und let us hope, pro the next cen
sus, we may welcome Arizona to the li
lrhi"i of ttatc-.
Onr Home Advertisers.
Foreign Advcrtcmisonts.
SINKS
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
HA3STK:.
Chartet-SKl March St, IMS.
Ort-ICK OF
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAlltO
OFFicr.na :
A. H.HAFFOIII). President:
H. S. TAYI.OH, Vice-President;
II. IIYSLOP, Secretary and Trcsurer
ntazcToati
P. M. lltaCLAT.
P. II. B-roctrLkTn,
H. It. CeaataoastJ,
J. tl. PaiLLirs
lNJCi Vxilv JviN UVVlN TO FAIL
j T"EI01PSOT'S
I FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
I'OR TIIK PERMANENT CURE OP
CHILLS AND FP.VKR, DL'MII AGl'F,
OK A.M MMtJl OF IM'KlLulT
TENT FKVKK.
Cms. OitMnta,
l-ACL t. CM. HUH,
II. V. lUi.tiDir
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
AUK!
There are nn dl.'e.ise tn ilpt.ltll-iiln I,.
I their elfeelH npoli the eonMltutlon M the
the n-iial mode of practice. Tho Frer mid
iirne irnwtiers win eneet a cure In ciie of
1 111, nni'ii trntiioit u'..ii n.
Ten Cetata I pwnrda. , Hens purely eiretal.lc. thev act ullh ...
TMTKKK8T paid on drperlts at the'ralool ail '; n the (lipase, totally eradicating It
L percent, per annum, March Wtaml r)plrn- 1 lro'.llie Mctem. and present a return at
ur wi. iDirrrm nul witinirawn l M ilt-dimmF. I " iiiiuio ni-noii.
. by wate your money ami health in Irv
ing cwry inedlclno you liear of, when
lliompon i-'cseriiml Ague I'ouderj have
ncser liiiico 10 cure the thills In any cae.
' REASONS WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
1JB L'SEi).
illat! loir pricclpol of the deposits, thcrfl.r
B .uniii v,,iii.f,i,nu inirrnpi.
UAHMSIl WOMKV AND CIIILDRIN II XT
UKPOMT MONET
to that no ok rui ca oasw it.
Opeoeverjr busin Jny rrom a.m. to S p.m
an J H:jrdy er' .a ler HA VINO DEPOSITS
onl,, from to S o clw.l:. 1
aiiutr W. nrHLOI. Traurr.
I
THE CITY NATIONAL
i
VAIBO, I M.I NO IN
CAPITAL,
urrirtati
Their i-cniit.-itlon Ii ('t.ibtMiiM. Timn.
anils .of tc-tlnionia li-uc been received.
Minttiug that thcc powders base pcilnrineil
imraele- lu i-tiring ea-c of long staiullng,
lll.inyol them ron-i'k-rcd hopeles',
; Them l 110 risk in taking them. They
eoiit.iiu nothing Injurious and, therclore.
none ot the lliurerliiL' dlcae o often the
ri-ult of the many nostrums ot the das.
I I'hlcl.'iiis recommend th 111 a superior to
I iiilnlne or any other known reined v, lor
I they lease the jtem in a healthy state, and
me patient nevona llin probability of a
8100.000
lil.W Altr. (IF COl.'NTI I1VPI1S .TI,o
1 genuine aro put up In square tin lioxrvulth
j Tll.MP.S()N'.S FICVKH AND Afit'K POW.
l'i...-? -i.i uij.uis mi iou uu, ami me "iL'truure
ol Tiio.mioX .V ( itAwroi'.n on the w nipper.
Ao other- eaii po-lbly bo genuine.
KVIIItV PAY.
Oh. trlllliv ta-k, mi oltcti done,-
Yet eMTtobe done anew!
Oh. care, which co e with every lin,
Morn hIIct .110111, thu hue years throuili !
We 'brink beneath their p iftry sway
The liktoino calls ot csctv (lay.
The restless seme of wate d power.
The tircvimc round of little tlilm-,
Arc haul to bear, as hour by him-'
Its tcdloiM iteration bring-,
tVho shall cadc or who ilel.iv
T..c small demand- ot'etcry day
The boulder in the tori i-nt'- course.
Ity ihlf and tempest la-hcd in vain,
Obesi the wave-whirled pebble's force.
And ii-ldH lis mliitance grain by grain ;
So crumble -troliet lis en ass ay
lie ueath the svear of es cry day.
Who find the limi in his hlr,
Who iraeks tlie tiger lur his life,
May wound themcie they are aware.
Or compier than In desperate t rife
Vet powcilcs he to-cathe or slay
The e.lnggn:it of csery day,
Tlie steady strain that never atops
Is mightier than the lirri e-t shock;
The constant tall ol tvuler-ilrops
Will groosi' the ndamautiiie rock;
W'e feelour iiob.'-t powers ilccas ,
In feeble wars with csery day.
tVu rln to meet a heavy bioss
Our souls 1, -uddeii brat cry fills
Hut wu cndilio not alwat.s sci
'I he drop-by.clrop ot liltle III-;
Wo tlll deplore and 'till obey
Tlie haul behests ol i-sery day.
The heart which botdls facc death
I'l'Oli the battle-field and d.ire-
C.111110U and bayonets, taints beneath
The needle points of trets and cares;
The stoutest spirits that ili-iimj
The tiny stings of etery day.
And even saints of holy fame,
Whose sullhsby faith hate osercoiue,
Who wore amid the cruel Maun
Tho molten crown of tnnrtj r
Ilnre not without couiplainl away
The petty pains ot et cry day.
Ah, more than martyr's aureole,
And more than iieroV heart ol fire.
We need tho humble strength o soul
Which dally toils and Ills require;
Sweet Patience, grant us, it .sou mav,
An added grace lor every day.
I
W.P. lUl.UIMV. Frld.o 1
11 EMIT L. I1ALL1DAV, Vice-tWit ti
A. tt. HAKFOItl), Cashier:
WALTIitl HY8I.OI'. A oUt iitfi.h
tiatrronti
HtiiTi Titios, Roinr II. Cisi.oih,
UaiBT L.lULllU.T, W. V. llALHOlT,
0o. I). Wih.ia.sos, bnrarN liian
A. fl. Sirioin.
KstettstBRSi. Coin urn! VnttMl Ntatssa
Honda IiuukIiI iuiiI Moid.
EPOS1TH rrceltol, and
ttulnf. oor..
a Knral tnklj
FIRST- NATIONAL BANK
or CAINII,
DANIE1, lltmn, f.idrnt
HOllEUT. Ill..,s;i, Mi t4i
C. N. 11 Ij G II I?, (.'ifnler.
Car.LECTIONS rKOltPTLY MlDKr
EXCrtANiJK. coin. Uak notis and. I'nitw
Statu tocuritieii bouatit anil sold.
IntcrMi AllnwiS nn T'ntAii
1. unnt.it.
9
U At Y UllOUk,
72. FALL AND WINTER '73
C. II A NNY.
LARGE STOCK.
UUOWN SHEETINGS,
PP. I NTH,
TICKIHGa.
01IKCKH,
ST1UPES,
KKNTUOK V JSAKr, rXTIU,
OASSIilKHa,
FLAlTlTELa.
I1LAOK ALPAUA3
ISO
LUHTKHS,
OilOSKA IN SILKS,
I.AltOK ST00KOF UAllIKTING
OIL OLOTHS,
UArn.Nii,
Wludott- Nhodai,
OILT UAN1H,
NOTTINGHAM LACK
DAMASKS.
UU Entire (stock
AT
VKHY LOW FIGURES.
CORXBH 8TU BT. ASD COMUKRCIAL-AV.,
OO TO
V. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 TXXTU STUBIT,
YOU
Uoora, Nub, Rllstda. Honldltib,
EaveUnttcn, (noiMl) Wlnclowititd Itoor
rrtitun, rioorln, llh,
HhlBilea, eittied Naoh, Ulttisl Hide
IJKbta, Ulnacxl Trsuiaortia,
Haass Welghta, fiaah Ialllea nod C
Blind l'natenliira. Rooting
rlt, KooHuk Cosnaal, riaalerln
I'aper, Carit VcH, While
Lead, Llnawt Oil, Amerlcwa Wlssduw
Ulna, Kniillali andl-'reuen
Plate UltHus, s?ulljr, U!aler'a l'ossali
Mower ripea, Patent Chlmaeyij
Ktr., Kit.
A OKNT8 tor Knck Hifer Paper Cumpanj'
jt. UhoalhinK Kelt had Quarts Cemeal
II. W Jotin' i.nprote.l Hooting alwsjs or
haml.
W H K U 31 A T r a
AMI
1IOESE LINIMENT
TIIK OhKAT EXTERNAL REMEDY FOB
UU KUM ATI SM, N K U 11 A L
GIA, SPKAINS, ETC.,
GOOD FOR WAX 0 li UK. I ST.
This liniment has earned for ifsell a repu
tation unequalled in the hl-torv of external
appllcatloii!i. JSfrTlioii-ainlswho uosv (.til
ler from rheumatism, lu-utuldn, etc., svnuld
find immeillatu relief trom all pain by ulng
this-ceiialn renieilv. Ills etjuiilly efl'ectual
in ctlt. Iiurns, scalds, stilTness ol tho neck,
sore throat, (-welling", iiitlamntloiis, fro-t
bites pains in the slue, or back, hltctof i-pl-lers
or Uzi of insects.
One rubbing will lu all case gltc imincdi
ate relief, aud a few applications complete
cute.
On account of Its powerful penetrating
properties It Is beyond doubt the urest rem
edy for the mo-t troublesome disease, to
which horses and cattlo are liable. It cures
rratvlrew.-vW ami Ttt cuUorarcs, chafed
produced by the collar or xaddles, Injuries
caused by n ills or splints entering the Mesh
or hoofs. iru!cs, sprain, ssvecuer. spavin
thrush, nnd all diseases which deitrovthe
hoots or hniiei of the feet.
t3T"Kull dlrectloiH nccomn.mv each bot
tle. The abote aie prepared only by
(.'UAWi'oitD k roiins.
Ill Market t-trect. Philadelphia
And sold by storekeepers generally through,
out the country'. I-2U It d-e-w
PHOSPKCTL'S KOH 18M. SIXTH YKAU
T II E ALDIXE,
An Illustrated Monthlv Journal, universallv
adtuitled to be thu lland-ome.st Period-'
ical lu tho orld. .V it i n-ujuti-tltc
and C'li.implim ofAmer
ic.in Taste.
etc..
81 000 IN ONK WJiKK.
To any shrewd man who can do business
on the iptlet, I guarantee an Iiumensu Fortune-,
easily, rapidly, and In perfect safety.
Address lu perfect confidence,
Wm. Warhik,
n 2.SWitFourUntrt!et,aeYy0rk.
)V sv Dm.
S. WALT KltS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o CTtry lererlltten,
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAH l'OSTb
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orders solicited.
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mom coaiateT wirn cnitiu snrn aid 111111
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