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OFHOH' BTTIsIsJngXlSr BUILDIWO-, COB. 12TH STEBET A.3X) WSECIXTO-TOIT AVE1TTTE.
JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
IMtl-ajllVTIMIIAN huht'j Street.
Preaching, HnhlMlh ut 10) ii.im.iiuiI T p.m
Prayer meeting, YVYiliicstl.iy at 71 p. lit.
'iihbalh .School, :i p.m. J. M. I.auilcn, fill
pcrliitenilmit. Hkv. II. Tiiaykii, Pastor
MKT1IOIH.3T.-Cor. F.lghth and Walnut fit.
I'rcru.hf fit,-, Sabbath ut Id) a.m., and 7 i. in
Prayer meotlnir, Wednesday, i p.m. -Sabbath
School, ::. p.m. 1.. W. htlllwell,
Hiiperliituudciu. Hkv. T. I.. Tuomi'hon,
enuitcii of tiii: ukdkkmkii-iki'Isco.
Mumlng prayers. Sabbath 101
Kvenlni: prayer. "1 i.m.
Sabbath School, II a.m.
itr.v. K. Co an, Hector.
ST. PATItM.K'S Cllt'HCll-Nlntli ht. and
U .tsllini'tjlll Avenue.
Public service, .S.tlli:itli S:I0 ami 101 a.m.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 11,
BULLETIN BUILDING WASIIINGTON-AV.
t'rpurit, 7 p.m.
Sabbath rViinol, 2 p.m,
I-elVlce ell'IV ilav. H H.IM.
Hkv. l'.J. O'llAM.oitAN, Priest.
."T. JOSKI'll'.S CIMItUl.-dSermati,) ior
Hit ill Walnut nml t'russ Mrccl.
Ma, ocry Sabbath at 10 o'cluek a. m.
Vespers, i! p. m.
Mjs during week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
Hkv. c. Hoffman, Priest.
(.HUMAN . l.t'TIIKHANCIIlMtCII-lUtli
Irctl between Washington AveMio mill
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at a o'clock p.m.
Hkv. Hoii't. Hi'.i.iiki, Pustor.
VOt'NtS MKVri CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA
TI C IN. ltegular meeting second Monday
each montli at their room over Itockwell
Ai Co' book More, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
I.. W. SllM.Wi:l.l.. President.
SKCONI) MIHSIONAIEV IIAI'TIST
OllUltrll. Corner sycamore ami Forty
lint hired-, l'rvaelilii ftubbalU at 11
o'clock a. m. and .1 o'clock p. ui.
Sunday school 1 o'clock p. in.
Tliu church Is coiinecleil Willi the Illinois
Afcorlalioii, by tliu First Mlfhlonarj" IUp
tl-t (.liurcli ol Culm.
Ki.v. .Solomon I.konaki, Pastor.
AFHICAN MKT IIOIMS T. Fourteeutli, bo
I Ween Walnut ami Cedar.
Sen Ices, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath .School, 1) p.m.
Class meets ut S p.m.
BKfONI) FHKK WILL IIAPTISP-Flf-vreiith
Street., between Walnut anil Cedar.
Senlcee Sabbath. 11 ami .1 p. In.
IlKV,,N. KICK, Pastor.
FltKK Wll.f. IIAI'TIST IIOMK MISSION
SA1IIIAT1I SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
nml Cellar Street.
Sabbath School, tl a.tn.
r'llt.ST FHKK WIU. II A WIST CHCItCH
Sen ken, Sabbath 1 1 a.m., 3 p.m. k 7) p. lu.
Huv. WM. Kl'.LM'.r, Pastor.
FIHST MISSIONARY IIAI'TIST CIH.'HCII.
-Cellar, between Ninth ami Tenth Sb".
Prcaehlug .Sabbath, 1U) a.m. ami 71 p.m.
Prayer uieelin?, Wediienlayuvciilng.
Preaching, Fililay evening.
Sabbath school, 1J p.m. John Vanllaxtcr
anil Mary btciiheii-.Supcrintuuileiiti'.
Itr.v. T. .1. .Shohkh, 1'aitor.
SKCOND HAl'TIsT C1ICHCH Fourteenth
Mreet. between Cellar ami Walnut. The
onlv llaplUt church recognized by the A-
Sen lce, Sabbath, 11 a.m. .1 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Hfv. Jacoii Ilium. i:v, Klder.
OPPOSITION A MONO MKMHKHS
'J'O AN KXTJJA SISION
TIIK LOUISIANA KriKC'TOHAL
OAK IIS AMK.S TO UK KX A. MINK I)
SK NATO IS l'O.MKlSOY MKKT.S WITH
A COOI. HKCKl'TION.
CA1HO "COMMANDKHY. No. 13.-SLitcil
Ai.fuibly at the Ayliim.Maiiiile Hall, tlrt
and third Momla in each month.
CAIllO COCNCII., No.iC Heular Convo
cation at Maoulu Hall, the eecund Friday
In each mouth.
CA1HO (JHAl'TF.H No. 71. Hejrular Con
vocation ut llii-onlo Hall, oil the third
Tuoday ol evcrv inolitb.
CAIHO l.UOCiK, No. il F..t A. M. Hokii
lar ComiiiunlcatloiK at Maunlc Hall, the
cecoild and fourth Monday or each mouth.
AI.KXANIlKH l.OlKiK, J.'i-.MeeU in Odd-Fellow-'
Hall, In Arter'n bulltling, every
Thunday evening at S o'clock.
(iovtnior ltlclurd .1. Oslcby.
l.leiUenaiit-dovernor John 1.. Heverldie.
Secretary of State lieotKe II. Ilarlon.
Auditor of State C. K. l.lppineott.
Stale Trcaurer Caier Itut
Attornev (Jt'iieral alaiiiu K. Kdnall
ftiipt. 1'iibllc Instruction Newiuri llatcman
Senatorii l.ymaii Trumbull and Jolin A.
'leprefcntatlvc for tho Statc-at-I.arge S.
Representative Thirteenth IJl-trlct .lolin
MKMHKHS OKNKHAI. ASSKMIU.Y.
ItcpiventatUeH In the Will illt-lct
John II. Obcrly, Win. A. Lemma and Math
t w J. Iii'core.
Senator for tho TiOth ilMrlet. .Ieo Ware.
.Imlsc 1. .1. H.iker, or Alexander.
Slate's Attornev Patrick II. I'lipe.
Clerk H. S. Yociim.
Shuiir A. II. Irv in.
Win. Jlnrtln An-i'fsor and Treasurer.
Jllilt?e 1 llroiw.
Associates J. K. McCrlte and S. Marchll
don. Clerk .laeob O. Lynch.
Loioner John ll.'Ooftn.m.
Mayor jiihn M. I.ansdeii.
Treasurer II. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller K, A. Iliimett.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney 1'. II. Pone.
Police MutfUtratos-F. llross ami II. Sl.an
Chief of l'ollce-L. II. Mycm.
. hUl.KCT COU.NX'II..
JIuyor John M. LaiiMlen.
Flrnt AVaril P. O. Sclmh.
Second Ward O. It. Wooilward.
. Third W:ird-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. StaaU Taylor.
C'lty-at-Lart'o W. 1'. Hullliiay and 1).
ItOAnil Of AI.DEUMF.N.
Flret Ward -James Heardon, A. II. Saf
lord, Isaac Walder.
Second Wanl-H. H. Cunningham, K. Un
der, C). Stance!, James Swayne.
Tliird Ward Wm, Stratum, J. II. l'hllll--.
Fourth Ward-Jno. II. Hoblnson, U. II.
t-ane, J. II. Mctcalf.
DH. . (J. TAUKH,
Will re6timo tho practico ol ld.s profession
with especial refereliee to tho electrlcu
tlealmeut ol dUeaoH lu all tho now ami Im
proved melliodn of application,
In nil cises of leiualo coiuplnluli a lady
will be In .Utotiduucc,
Oilloo, lUSCommurcial aenue, up stulm.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M.J).
IIESIDHNUB Nn. 21 Tlmleenlh iitrott, lis.
V twfiia Wasluninn avenue nd Walnut ntreft.
Ollli'i' li i Ciiiiniii'ul 1 HVi'niie. up ntnlra.
(nvTliUNNINO, M. D.
OF-finKNI'R-cornerNlnlh and Wnlnut M,
l()lti- comer clxtli ntreft rnl Ohio loTeu,
Oiticn honrt from fl R.m. to li m., ad J 0 p.m
II. WAHDNKU, M. I).
REHIDKNCR-Cnrnor Mtiltenth Mrl mi
Whlniitou avdniiK, rr court hniu. Of.
cc .er Arier'trKTrjr Store, Oltlec Hour Cram
a. in,, to Vi in. and "oni 2 to 4 n. m.
H. S, lliUGIIAM, M, 1).,
Homeopathic l'liyslclan mid Surgeon, Of
fice 13(1 Coimucrciul ayonue. Kosldencc on
Tonlii ttrcut, thrco doom vtent of O. It.
AOAISSTAN K.VTIU hK!.IO.V.
WiMimiTo.v, Fobrenry 10, 1873.
At a caucut ot representative! ami
reutitori hold Hits morning, a committee
was ordered to bo appointed by tliu
chairman to report at a futuro meeting
a i to what measures iliould have
prceedonco in tho Jenate, tho general
object loint; to act upon tiuuu of public
noceiiity with a view of avoiding a call
for uti extra tcnion. The prevailing sen
llment wm agaitut any f xtra lenilon.
A resolution patted tliu nenato iippolnt
inej h committco to comidor tin tcjtlmony
transmitted by tho hou.so with leavo to it
durin;; tho ncation.
Tile LOUISIANA CASK.
Tho report on tho Louisiana caio Is
that neither tho Oreoley nor (Jrant elec
tor wcro legally cloctod, and that tho
cotntuitteo li not prepared to report
whothor or not Louiiiana ha! a logal stuto
Thmenatorial CroJit Mobilier'cnmmittca
mot this morning, but notbtni; vh.s dono,
at complcta copies of tho testimony could
not bo furnuhed by the committco of tho
l.ouo. Tho comtnlttuo will ink loave
to sit during tho tilting of the sonate.
ltoturnoJ, and will be examined to-mor-ryw.
A COOL r.nCEI'TIOK .
Sr. Loup, Feb. 10. A "Waihlngton
special to tho "Kvoning Dispatch cm
l'omeroy'i! reply to tho charge! agalnn
him, layi there was but littlo notice taken
of him by hit colleagues, nnd liU reception
was decidedly cool. Tho abtonco of the
congratulation! usually extended when a
member who has been absent for jomo
time return! to hi scat, wcro eipccially
"Wahiinotov, Feb. 10. A memorial
of the clerks wai proienud, Hiking for a
prohibitory liquor law in tho district of
Senator I'ouicroy appeared in his toat
and after tliu presenting ot petitions wai
concluded, arose and said : "Mr. Presi
dent, 1 embrace tho lira opportunity after
being nblu to reach my tout in the senate,
to arrest, for the moment, tho busincsj of
tho session, In order to tnako u statement,
pertoual in its gotiorul character, to my
self, and ono which, in justice, h duo also
to members of this body, with whom
I have ko long been associated.
Senators ns individuals, as well as the
country, hiive had their attention called,
through tho proM, to tho late senatorial
election in Kansas, and have had some in
formation of h conspiracy there planned
plotted and executed for tho purpose of ac
complithing my defeat. Upon tho sub.
ject matter of that net of villiany un
paralleled in wickedness, my lips huvo
heretofore been silent for want of proper
placo and opportunity to speak. 1 now
propose to break thU sileneo. In your
presence, sir, in pmenco of my fellow
senators, and beforo tie country 1
publicly don; tho truth of each and every
chargo of bribery and corruption made by
tho chief instigator of this conspiracy, or
by whomsoever mado. I deny each and
every statement imputinq to mo any oct
inconsistent with moral rectitude and
correct conduct, and declaro all such state
ments to bo totally, absolutely and wick
edly false. 1 further specifically deny
that I oror entered Into any contract or
agreoracnt, directly or indirectly, with
any man or member of the K visas legisla
ture for a voto in my favor, or that I
ever paid liny Individual a dollar or nny
other sum to voto for mo in tho lata
senatorial election. I know tho pressuro
of public business, and am mindful of tho
groat labor imposed upon every senator
In tho closing days of an expiring con
gress, still I am tho subject of such seri
ous charges, and vhall o soon retlro from
tliu Jurisdiction of tho senate, that I inuit
now nsk nml urge, and if deemed propor,
demand, that n select committco be up
pointed with full power to Investigate
fully, thoroughly and quickly, oaeh and
ovorychargoof tho nbovo character mado
or oven innlnualod.
ngaimtt mo ; that tho fullest nutority be
given to send for porsons nnd papers nnd
compol attendance of witnesses even
though thoy may bo momburs of u state
legislature now in session, to tho end that
tho impartial and unbiased Judgement of
tho committco of tho sonato may bo
reached whilo I am a mombor of this
body, nnd that there may be no possibility
of nny party bias In tho comportloti of
this committco. I shall bo especially
gratified if gontloinon from tho other side
of tbc chambor woro largoly represented
on Ilia committoo, that noithor mysolf or
nny political nssocinta should, bo even
consulted as to the members comprising
llio committee, or as to who should bo
chairman, Under nil thoso circumstances
is it too ninth to ask for thi committee,
misusing its power, duties and composi
tion, knowing as I do full well that 1
havo committed no crime, and am ask
ing only for n patient nnd fair Investiga
tion, that nn Impartial verdict may bo
rendered? Mr, l'omcroy concluded by
offering n resolution providing lor tho
uppoiutmcut of a special committee of
five, with power to rend fur persons nnd
pipers, nnd to compel thu ottenduueo of
Ysltnitic, to investigate fully tho charges
made. The resolution was adopted unani
mously, und Vico President Colfax nil
nounccd tho committee ai fallow : Frn
linghtiysen chairman, Hiioklngliiim, Al
corn, Thunrmn and Vickers.
Wasiiinoto.v, Feb. 10. A largo num
ber of bills were introduced ntid referred,
including tho following amendatory act
incorporating tho Texas nnd l'ucltic 11 Ail
To refund taxes improperly collected.
For tho redemption or U. ti. notes In
coin on nnd after the 1st of May, 1871.
Mr. Dawes presented n petition of 'h
officers who received woundi or disabill
ties in tho service, uikliig that an increase
ot pensions bo grunted, My recent luw
the pensions of otlicers may bo increased
in the same proportion us those of enlisted
-Mr. Wilson of Ohio, chairman of tho
coinmiltro on private land claims, moved
to suspend the rules und elect tt commis
sioner to settle private land c!uimj In
Kansn', Nebraska und the territories. I'.e
jected. Mr. Hutler of Massachusetts' moved to
suspend the rules nnd adopt n resolution
instructing the committoo on appropria
tions to Include In the miscellaneous
appropriation bill, the bill reported by
the judiciary committee to adjust the
salaries of executive, judical and ad
ministrative departments of tho govern
ment, which on Mr, Garfield's motion
Messrs. Dawes nr.d llcntty called fur
tho yacs nnd unyes.
Mr. Hutler desired to maku eomo re
marks in support of his proposition.
Messrs. Dawes, Cox und Farnsworth
desired to submit remarks on tho other
Objection being mado to dobato tho
vote was taken on Mr. Hullcr'a proposi
tion, which was rejected: 81 to 120.
A messngo was received from tho sen
ate announsing Sonator Shorman sn teller,
to count the presidential electoral votn on
Wednesday next, and tho speakor ap
pointed ns tellers on the part of the house,
.Messrs. Dawes nnd Heck.
.Mr. Cinrfleld nskod loavo to oiler n
resolution to chnngo tho hour of meeting to
11 o'clock a.m., bu'. objection was made,
and the houo adjourned.
KING A.MADKUSTO AHDICATK
TIIK TIIKOXK Ol-'
A DIFFEIIENOK OF OPINION HE.
TWriKN II IS MAJESTY
AND TIIK MINIS-THY;
CAUSED I5Y TIIK FUOMOTION OF
TOW IK) AT
CAPTAIN McILUANKV AND
TIIJtKK A1KN DIIOWNKD.
TIIHKK "WOMEN KILLED 11Y
HOlLElt EXPLOSION AT HAVANA,
hTnUCK A 8NAO.
Ikokto.v, Feb. 10. Tho lowbont Petrel
struck a snag near Hurtle villo Saturday
nnd turned over. Yesterday she floated
down stream, dipt. Mcllhatioy and three
men were drowned.
St. Louis, Fob. lu. Tho boiler In tho
agricultural works of Yutes Brothers, near
Havana, 111., exploded yesterday afternoon
demolishing tho building in which it stood
and some others adjoining.
TIIKKK rKKIONS KU.I.r.D.
Kansas Citv, Feb. 10. Tho old wall
of tho Ferguson houso in this city fell
yestorday uftornoon, crushing u houso
alongside, in which lived n family named
Donahuo. -Mr. Donahue nnd dnughtor,
nnd a young ludy named Klrley wore In
stantly killed, und anothor daughter had
ono arm brokon in two places, ono leg
broken, and her breast crushed in, but
sho still lives. A child two years old
Shortly beforo this a man named P.ich
ard Swolos, whilo driving along tho road
in an intoxicated condition, fell out nnd
received Injuries which rcsultod lu his
- - --
Wasuinoton, Fob. 10. Probabilities
For New England winds shifting to west
erly nnd southerly and geiisrnlly ulbudy
weather. lir Middle states southerly to
westerly winds, partly cloudy weather
fur thu Lower Lake regions. From
Ohio valley to tho Upper Lakes Tuesday
fresh and brisk probably high wuatorlv to
northerly winds, falling temperature, ulnar
weather nnd probably areas ol light
snow. For South Atlantic) states froth
southerly to westorly winds and cloudy
woiithor. For Gull states cast of Mississippi
Westerly to southerly winds, generally
cloudy weather and possibly areas of light
ruin. For Tennessee und Kentucky
cloudy weather und rain, but winds veer
ing to westerly and northerly und clearing
weather on Tuesday.
Lo.NUo.'f, Feb. 10. Tho following dis
patch was received here under circum
stances which lend to tho belief that its
contents can bo relied upon :
Madrid," ""Feb. 0. King Amndmii
manifests n diiposion to abdicate tho
tli roll o, in which caso ho will resign his
power into the hands of tho corlcs.
Madp.ii, Feb. 10. Tho Corrcspondlcin
in its Issue to-day announces the probabil
ity Hint tho session of tho cortes will bo
suspended for a few unys. nnd upon re-ns-scmbiing
n proposition from King
Ain:ideu, to abdicate tho tlirono will ho
read in congress, where nn effort will prob
ably bo uiida to dissuade tho king from
carrying out his purpose. Should ho per
sist, a special law will bo passed electing a
renent nnd cabinet. Another .Madrid
journal states that if tho king should re
sign the crown, tho present authorities will
remain in ollico to await tho result
of event', and it is bnli6vcl all ques
tions nrising out of the nbdlcation will be
sottled according to tho constitution, nnd
without nny disturbance. A cabinet meet
ing was held last night, after which Sonor
Kchcgarlz minister of finance, had
n conference with Scnor Hovers
president of congresi. A confer
ence ulso took placo between
Scnor Fordaba minister of war, and the
principal rniliUry officers in Madrid. A
largo meeting of conservatives was hold
last night. In tho event of tho king's ab
dication, the sennto and congress will go
into joint sessionjand continuu to sit as ono
chamber till tho throne is filled, or n
futuro form of government settled upon.
Tho king's disposition to quit tho
throne, is attributed to nditferenco between
his majesty and tho ministry, which
urosoin Novembor last, when tho gcnernl
of nrtillory, Don Hidalgo, was proraotod
to tho captain generalship of the Uasquo
provinces. A majority of tho otlicers in
tho nrtillory arm of tho scrvico resigned,
tho commissioners nt the timo protesting
against the promotion as irregular Hnd
unjustifiable, nnd they refused to servo
under Hidalgo becauso ho participated in
tho massacre at San Gilbarracks.
F Lit" JUT
OF TIIO.S'. I'KUL', THE
H05EN WEIO'S PHOSPEOTS
STOKES' APPLICATION TO HE
DECIDED CJN WEDNESDAY.
THE FLIGHT Of THOS. CP.KK.
Nnw Yohk, Fob. 10. It is reported
from Northornville, Washington county,
in this stale, that Thomas Crco has fled
from that place and gono west, having de
frauded vnrious parties in that section out
of sums amounting to nearly $100,000.
llo was once postmaster; Most of his pre
tended speculations were real estate tran
sactions, concerning property which had
Nkw Yop.k, Fob. 10. Hccordor Ilack
ctt informed tho counsel for Hoscnweig
to-day, that If the prcsont indictment was
quashed ho would request tho district at
torney to havo Hoscnweig Indicted for
murder in tho first degree.
It is expected Judge Davis will render
a decision on tho application of Stokes for
a now trial on 'Wednesday.
Woro obtained to. day in tho Scannel
KXPOilTlON AT ST. LOUT.
HEVIVING THE EIGHT 1IOU1!
MOVEMENT IN NEW YOltlv.
Kl'. LOUIS INDUSTUIAL KX position,
St. Lous Feb. 10. A very largo
meeting was held nt tho Morcnntllo Li
brary hall to-night, in tho interest of tho
contemplated industrial exposition to bo
hold horu noxt fall, Although n heavy
rain was falling, tho hnll was nearly
filled with people, rcpresintlng almost
every industrial branch of business, trndo
and professions in the city. Tlios. Allen,
president of thai, M. railroad ami presi
dent of the nssociutiun, made an address
sotting forth tho purposo of tho organiza
tion and importance to tho welfare of tho
city. Speeches wero delivered by K. O.
Stanard, Hov. Dr. Elliott, Col. Coloman,
Ed, Harrison, and Col, Hall of tho Iron
Mountain und Sjiith St. Louis iron inter
est, and several other prominent citi.ens,
All strongly urged active und energotio
moasurcs to push forward thoprojoct to suc
cess! Nearly $10,000 woro subscribed on
tho spot, nnd half as much luoro prom
ised. A soliciting committco will nt
oitco go to work, and there Is no doubt but
that moro than enough money to mnkothc
cutcrpriso n com plot 3 success will be
Nr.w Yoiti;, Feb. 10. The German
Journeymen cabinet-makers nnd employes
of furnituro manufacturers, at a meeting
held yesterday, took preliminary action
for tho revival of ell'orts for tho eight-hour
system in tho spring, Likn notion was
taken by tho German journeymen shoe
cinnntl; Nnihvillo, Oak river; Augusta,
EvA.Nvii.i.F.,Fcb. 10. Weather cloudy,
I light ruin, with the mercury at 30 to 40.
nns risen i icv;. Dimness nciivo.
Down: Wm Co won nnd. barges, 8 p m;
Morning Star, Howling Orion, Chna Hod
lilann, Iron Mountnin, Potoinuonnd Mary
Anient. Up: John Gllmoro, Louisville
puni:i:al of vicauukneiial
HUMORED DEATH "OF
DEATH OF MISS. CHITTENDEN.
vicai: ucxr.uAi, stokp.i.
Ni:w Yokk, Fob. 10. Tho funeral cere
monies of tho lato Vicar General Storrs
took place to-dsy In St. Patrick' Cathe
dral, Mulbery street. Tho church was
draped in black and crowded in every part.
A pontiticiul high mass, Mozart Grand
Hcqulem, was celebrated by Arch Bishop
McClosky, and the funoral sermon was
preached by lllshop Laughton of Brook
lyn. Delegates from tho Young Men's
Society was prcsont.
New Yoisk, Feb. 10. Tho livening
'Post' has tho following : A- rumor was
in circulation nt a lato hour this afternoon
that Thurlow Weed had suddenly died.
Upon inquiry it was ascertained that Mr.
Weed was in his usual health this morn
ing, and this afternoon sent a messngo to
Postmaster Jones asking for nn interview
nt tho Astor house. No further facts in
connection with the rumor could bo ns
certuincd. DlCATH OF Mils. l'KITTF.NDK.V.
St. Louis, Feb. 10. Mrs. Orittomlen
widow ortholato Senator JoliM J. Critten
den, died hero yestcrdiy at tho residence
of hor son-in-law, Andrew McKlnley.
Ki.'c nml Fall ol the I'.Ivcrs
For -i hours ending 3 p. in., Feb. Ill, 187:!.
THOS, L. WATSON,
observer Sig. Sur. I'. S. A
riTTSHURu, tvb. 10. Hiver nbout sta
tionaryj scant 7 feet 8 inches. Alleghany
llouling considerable new mado ice. De
parted! Carrie Hrooks, Wheeling; Gran
ite Stato, Porismouth; Exchange will de
part for ash villo to-morrow. Mercury
y" degrees nt C o'clock.
Little Hock, Feb. 10. Weather
cloudy, with indications of rain. Ki-rcr
Using slowly, 4 feet 1 inch. Departed;
JY3IUUUU, ior iioovo.
Cincinnati, Feb. 10. River SO foot I
nches nnd falling. Arrived; Kittlerileg
ler, Kanawha river; P. P. Hudson, Wheel
ing; Armadillo und J. W. Garrett, N. O.;
i i.i . . ti... , , . . ; '
iiiiiiiuv9, i uisuurg. jiupnrtvui lronton,
Pittsburg. Cloudy and windy. AVarm,
VicKsnuito, Fob, 10. Down: Hollo
Leo. Up: John Kylo nnd Pargotid,
Weather cloudy and cool. Hiver filling.
Sr. Louis, Feb, 10. Arrived: Contin
ental, Now Orleans; Iluwkoyc, Pittsburg;
St. .Ion ami Emma Elliott, Cairo; llonac
cord, Tenncsscu river. Departed: City
of Quincy, Now Orleans, City of Chester,
Memphis; Glasgow, Slirevepori; St. .loo.
Hickman. Hiver fulling slowly, but will
risu soon, ns the upper strcn-ns tiro swell
ing from tho recent thaw. Indicillorn
nro with prcsont, warm weather for a few
days. Longer navigation will bo open in
the Illinois river, lower Mis.oun nnd up
pur Mississippi to the rapids. Weather
mild. Kaiu all day.
New Oiileanh," Fob. 10. Arrivod:
Mary K. Fursythe, St. Louis. Departed:
City if Cairo, Cincinnati; Crescent and
barges, St. Louts, Clear weathor.
Nasiivileu, Feb. 10. Hiver falling I'd
feet nt Ilnrpcth shoals. Weather cloudy
nnd windy. Departed: John Lawsdcu
Louisville. Fob. 10. Kivor has fallon
C inches witli 1 feet 'i inches canal; 10
feet '2 inches chute. Weather nliornutoly
clear and cloudy and mild. Business very
netlvo. Boats loaded went over thu falls
ArriVod: Arlington, Memphis; Minncola,
Nick Lnngworth, Now Orleans; Chnrmor,
Kvnns"ville. Departed: Esporanzn, Mem
phis; II O Ynegnr, ,1 II Biglny and tow,
Now Orleuns, Arlington, Alnskl, Char
inor, Fiek Longworth, Cincinnati; Pey
tonn's hargo McCiillum was brought nafo
to tho wharf, and bargo Parker will prob
ably lie got off the dam to-night and may
go on dock. Tho Itobin arrived from Can
nolton with Cochncr's fleet of t! barges
Pomoroy coal company, bargos Clifton
No ! and Kiinawlm coal boat marked
H. II., No 10'J; Hohlns ofllcors report
bargo marked J. S. McDonald, at Howes
villo, lmrgo W. II. 11, No -1, bargo W.,
Hanging ltock, No 2, partially loaded
with coal, and bargo Lyman Q.iartorgono
nil below Clover Fort; lint two m good
order; ono coal flat wrecks barges Lion, nt
Clover Creek; ono tint boat nbandonded;
Gen, Brooks' birgo Desmond. oppoita
Leavenworth j bargo Whole, No 30 sunk
at liluo Kivor Island.
MemI'IIM, Fob. 10, "Weathor cloudy,
with n light rain this evening, llivor
fulling, Arrivod: Idlowild, Kvansvillo.
Departed: Alice, St. Louis; Northwestern,
Natchez: James Howard nnd Mnrv lie
Donald; Now Orleans; John Kilgour, Cln- j
Nr.w Yoek, Feb. 10 Flour dull nnd
heavy, super line, western Si l6(afi 00;
common to good 7 lt(io7 ot); good to
choice f8Sj UO' whltu wheat, oxtru,
$8 4o10 10. Whisky dull, at Die.
Wheal dull mid unebauged, No. 'J Mil
waukee spring; $1 70 nsked; $1 03 bid;
winter red, 'western; SI 1)012 00. ltyo
nnd barley dull, find unchanged. Corn
firmer, old western mixed, utlout, C0y
Ctljcj In store, ClJgCuj; new mixed, wes
tern, CJj(;iU0c; ' yellow OijJ,
(3,07c. Oats moio active, nw westoru
mixed ufloat 3il(ii)j4c; ui utoro d-'Jc; white
western G-I&jUo. Cell'ce strong and high.
SvgHT in good domaiid and firm- Molas
ses steady. Pork lirmer, mess $14 37.);
prLuc do $1 1; iiicis April $lt 157J. Beef
unchanged, mess $l(ll 75; extra SI2
111 6U. Cut meats in moderate dsmatul,
hums HQllJc; shoulders ClgOjc. Laid
firm, western sleam 8(7S o-lcc; kettle 8
Jc. Gs of 81 lb; 6-us C'J lo;do 'ui
Ui; 'C5 loj; C-20s 'oj nuw j do C7 lllj;
lo 03 10; new os I'J; ll'-lOs U cur
rency 0s 10; Mlssonri Cs '.!.
Chicauj, Fob. 10 Flour held firm,
extra t prlng $77 60. Wheat quiet nnd
weak; No. 1 spring $1 22(n)l ri? cash,
$1 lilj delivered in March; No. a
spring si Q'J(S) 0'J. lted corn steady;
No. '', mixed, 31JfTo!!lJc. cash, :ilj31jc.
delivered March. Ooats steady, No. 'J
spring, 2CJ0Jc. ltyo firm, $i 05. Hur
ley fair demand, and higher, No. 12 tall 72
QjVj, No. 0 fall, S0u. Pork fair de
mand und higher, 1'J 2o cash, (12 -10 de
livered in -March, Lard sold at 7J7.
Meats steady,bulk shulders $4, loose ?4 6o,
packed, short rib packed Cjc, short clear
rib packed 01c. Green meats quiet, 11 lb
hams Ue. V hisky steady nt 87c.
MEMl-nis, Feb. 10. Cotton null anddo
clincd; good ordinary, 17o; low mid
dling, 18j19; receipts, 33d; shipments,
adOil; stooU, 20,110. riour llrv., G 60 f3
510 60. Corn meal dull, $3 15. Corn
scarce nnd firm, 7uc. Oats dull and lower,
4Hc- Hay nominal. Bran dull, 'JJQS'Jc.
Bulk meats quiet, 6JQG; sides, OJfVJTJ.
Lard scarco and firm, HJtnJ;
Sr. LouiM. Feb. 10. Flour firm nnd un
changed1 Wheat still unchanged. Corn
in bolter demand; No '1 mixed 33(7,33c;
No 2 wbitu mixed 40l'Je. Oats dull;
No i! mixed .103tc; No 2 wlnto mixed
4'.':i3e. Barley lirm; for better qualities
sales spring 7Uc$t 10. Uyo steady; No
' 737Io. Pork quiet, S12 7513; loose
.shoulders -lc; jiaeked 43jc; clear rib
7Jc; clear sides 8j. Lard quiet; prime
sleam "fc. Hlgliwincs steady anil up
ward, El'Q'-Olc. Cattlo dull and un
changed. Hogs steady, $1(7? 1 30; mostly
$1 lUl 2i.
New Op.lkaxh, Feb. 10. Flour in good
demand, dnublo xx 8 00; xxx $8 aO(&'J 60.
Cheeso 10011 Jc. Corn firm at 76c. Oats
advanced to 6ac. Bran advanced to $1 -10.
Hay scarce at 153 00. Pork quiet, old He,
now 15e. D. S. Meats firm at 6J8l,35c.
Hiieon lleni nnd scaro nt 7(i7',0(?i,U; hams
dull nt UJtitlujc. Lard, tlo'rco 8c, keg '.IJ
(T?i0o. Sugar dull, inferior fi( 7c, common
7(7i,7o. fair to fully fair Sfjsjc, primo y
(JtOjp. Molasses firm; common fermenting
lofiroOc, fair fermenting 62(2 j5c, pri. form.
(i.',c. AWiiskoy ordinary Wcstorn 02c;
Louisiana l3o. Sterling 'J1J; sight dis
count; gold 13. Cottou quiet and casiur;
sales 6,000; good ordinaro 18jc; low luldd
llug 18Jc; middling Hijc; middling Or
leans 17jQi; 20c; receipts 0,750.
TIIK IMPEULVL COIIP5K.
N. Y. Trlbuiio Chielhurt Letter.
I taw tho dead Emperor sevoral timcJ.
Ho was nothing ultered, except In hid
darkening complexion, from whnthowas
when I met him oftentimes nt Brighton
in August Inst. Ho appeared then to havo
many years of life in him. Tho fecblo,
waddling walk which 1 romarkod on that
occasion is now accounted for bv tho na
turo of tho Illness which killod him, but
no nevor appeared to me at nny timo u
graceful walker, nnd llko the lato Charles
Dickons he did nut givo tho Impression of
ii t;eimciuaii will) Ustllllllnteil wltli Uress.
Dickon seemod 111 at case In his elniln.a
nnd iiiudo you notlco his dress before him.
sell. 'X lie lato r.inneror ustd In elto urn
iiim imiiresbiuu in leou. wnen 1 saw him
several times in France, when personal
uncut was ins nuiiy, nnu no linil evory
means uround him to aid It. It is singular
that n mull with his romited rnorai.n
thould huvo shrunk from tho operation
which luiguv uavosaviju uim. lllfi lionw
eatures wero nover exuressivo of lV,.lm,-
nnd tho uuconscioiisiieks in which ho died
increased thu facial repose which loft n
pleasant impress for death to dignifv.
Aftor thu causos of death had ben n Auiir.'li.
od out, Count Clary, M. Houhor, the Mar
quis do la Grange, and n few othors of his
most Intimatu followers he ned to dress
tho body, nnd lifted It into tho colli n.
Thoru ho lay In un iniior coflin of lend ;
the outer ono of mahogany win lined
with whltu satin, covered with purple
velvet, ornnmonted with silver nails and
silver handles, and having on the lid tho
Imp-rial Crown nnd largo cross In sil
ver. Tho lid horn the rollowini; Inscrip
Hon: Napoleon III., Emnerour Ucs Prun.
cats. No a Paris, lo L'O Avril. 1808:
-Mori n Cnmdcn Plaeo, Chlsolhursl. lu 0
Janvier, 1873. It. 1. P.
JIUS. JOI1N J. OHITTKXDKN.
C'ioiu the MisVourl Republican, Feb. 10.)
W o uuiiuuncu this morniiii; tho death
of Mrs. Elixtboth Crittenden, the widow
of tho lute Senator Crittenden f Ken
tucky. Among the Into distinguished
women who huvo adorned American so
ciety, Mrs, Crittenden has for forty veara
occupied thu very first rank; and ha.s
been as well known nnd us much admired
and beloved lu New York uud Washing
ton City, as in this, tliu homo of her early
blio llrst married in 1823 Dr. Dan ol P.
Wilcox, a cultivated und successful nhvsi.
clan residing in Columbia, Missouri, who
died in 1831, u mombor ot tliu suto legis-
latruo. In tho lull of 1833 sho married
Gen. William II. Athloy, thu solo ronro-
scntativo of tho stutu in tho United
tales houso of representatives. Gen.
Ashley was distinguished for ubllltv. en
terprise, manliness and truo dignity of
of W ashington society, then representing
inn mgucsi ijpo oi our social me. Thu
Washington delutanU of that period, now
mo eiegnni matrons oi almost every stato,
still rovcro tho memory of ono who was
then In thoplontltudoof her grace, beauty
nnd lovollnesi. As eminent us sho was for
personal attractions nnd mental endow
ments, her oxquislto tact nnd kindness of
her heart endeared hor to all who camo
within their magnetic influences. Sho has
nover been known to speak unkindly to,
or of any penon. In 18(13 Mrs. Ashley
married Mr. Crittendon, then ottorncy
gunnral of tho United States under Mr.
Filmore, nnd continued to nttond hor
hubnd during his services In congress,
almost without intermission, until his death
During the early period of tho war, hor
signal discretion, excellent Judgment and
kind motives mado her tho ornamont, ns
sho was tho pride, of his public career du
rlnc tho most anxious and rcsponslblo
period of his long public life.
In IfWi Mrs. Crittenden removed to
New York city, where n rtlned and
elegant hospitality crowned tho evening
of her life, and made her tho centre of a
large circle of devoted frlonds. Scarcely
thrco months havn elapsed slnco sho re
turned to St. Louis, and died on tho 8th
Inst., nt the ago of sixty-eight, leaving
two children. .Mrs. Androw M. Kinloy
and Mrs. K. O. Cabell.
NIAGARA, V. T.,
OSKUAIHA, H. T.,
HirUDLIC, -V. Y.,
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IMIISJ A TTTTnr.-
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clmructor ; his name is so thoroughly as
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..1 ,1..- V.V. .M'.,-, C. l.l
iiuii siw i i, v .iwiii uis vunuvc
lion with the Amorican Furco.npany,that
it li only necessary to mention it to re
call tho high position ho occupied until
hlsdoftth, which occurred in 1838.
Tbo subject of thin notice, both s th
wt fit and ulftnr trf stln A liUv !..
ed tho admiration nnd lovo of all cluiet
Association for promoting I.lfo Insurance
nml Sick Hellef by weekly dues ami mutual
co-opvratlou In objects ol public betietlt.
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JMlr for fsvlro and vicinity.
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