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11 k Offitfo
JOnN II. OBBRLY, PROPRIETOR.
l'lcndilng, Sabbath at 10 u.in. and 7J p.m
I'rnycr meeting, Wednesday nt7J p. "'.
'uhiinth School,:) p.m. J..M. I.aiirdcn, Su
pcrlntendcnt. ItKV. It. TllAYEll, Pastor
MKTIIODIST.-Cor. F.lghth and Walnut Ms.
1'reaelilng, Snbbalh at 101 a.m.. ami 7 p. m
t'raver meeting, Woilncxtlay, 74 i.m.
S'ahiiath Scliool, 8. p.m. L. W. Htlllwell,
fiipcrliiteudciit. lluv. F. 1.. TuoMr-aoN,
CI1UBCH OK THE EI)EEMKIt-(Kplico-pal.)
Morning prayers. Sabbath 101 a.m.
Bvcnlng prayers, 7) p.m.
Snhbnlh school, a.m.
Ur.v. K. Cow, Ki'ctnr.
hT. PATRICK'S CIIURCII-N'lutb St. and
I'Hlillc service, Hnliliatli 8:10 nnd 101 a.m.
esper, 7 p.m.
.'ubliulh School. 2 p.m.
.Service everyday, H a.m.
ItKV. 1. J. O'llAM.OItAN, Priest.
M". JOSEPH'S Cill'ltCII (ttcrmaii,) cor
ner nt Walnut ntnl Cro-s street".
Ma-s, ei.ry Salihatli nt 10 o'clock a. m.
Vi-MiiT", -' ii. m. . . .
Mass during week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
ItKV. r. Hoffman, Priest.
street between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street. ..,,,
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
halitMlli school at a o'clock p.m.
Ituv. ltoit'T. Hkliiio, Pastor.
VOUNO MEN'rf CllUJssTIAN ASSoCIA
TIUN. Regular meeting second Monday
each montli nt their room over Rockwell
.t CoV hook "ton-, Commercial avenue.
Wi ekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7J p.m. at
Die loom. ,. , , .
I,. W. STIl.t.WKI.I, Pre sldent.
SECONI) .MISSIONARY HAPflST
CIIUKOII. Corner ycamoru and I orty
llrl rti vtrtf. I'rcacliliij; Saliliatli ut 11
o'clock a. ni. nnd II o'clock p. m.
iind.iy Mhool 1 o'clock p. in.
The t htirrh Is connected with the Illinois
Association, lv the Firt Jli-lonary Bap
tist Churcli otValro.
It ;V. SOLOMON l.r.ONAItll, Pastor.
AFRICAN Mirt'HODIST. Fourteenth, bo
twci ii Walnut nnd Cedar.
Kervlcus. Sahhith, 11 a.m.
S.-i'iballi School, lj p.m.
ILim meet at it p.m.
MUOXD FRBK WII.I. IIAPTIST Klf-
Ueiith Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. 1) and 2 p. m.
Hr.V. N. Hicks, Pastor,
fit EE WII.I. BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SAIIIIATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
uml Cedar Streets.
Sabbath Scliool. It a.m.
Flit r FJHX WII.I. ItAI'TIST CllCItOH
sen ices, Sabbath 11 a.m., .i p.m. x ,jp. ra.
HEV. i. nr.u.i.iiiwi.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY l!h 1877
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
REPORT OF POLAND'S CRKDIT
THEY RECOMMEND THE' EX
PULSION OF AMES AND -1JHUOKS.
OI'ENI.Vd OF THE l'OMEROY
THE ACTION OP THE COMMITTEE
HKOABDF.D AH FAVOB
FIRST MISSIONARY BAITIST CHUItCH.
-Cedar, between Nlnlli and Tenth St".
Preaching Subbith. 101 a.m. and 7 p.m.
1'rayer meeting. Wednesday eveuuig.
I'rtachliiif, Friday eYHiilm?.
Sabbath Scliool, 1J p.m. .lohn anllaxtcr
aud Mary Stephen". Superintendent.''.
ItKV. T. .1. Siiouks, l'astor.
SECOND llAl' l'IST ClIt'HCII-Fourteenth
Street, between tdar nnd Walnut. The
onlv Ilaptl-t church recot'iiUed by the As
sociation. .Vnlces, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3p.tn.aud . p.m.
ItKV. .Iacou ISUAliLKV, Elder.
CAMOICOMMANDEItY, No. l.l.-Stated
Aemlily at the Anjlum .Maonlc Hall, tlrtt
aud third Moudayx in each mouth.
CAIltO COl'NCII., No.il. Itetfular Convo
cation at Jlaconic Hall, the second Friday
III each month.
CAIltO CllAl'TEIt No. 71 Itcgiilar Con
vocation at Masonic Hull, on the third
Tuesday ol every month,
CAIltO I.OIK1K, No. S3" F. A A. SI. ltck'U
lar Commuiiiiations at Slavonic, Hall, iho
second aud lourth .Mondays of each month.
AI.EXANUEU I.OOUE, '.-UU-SIeeti in Odd
Fellows' Hall, In Artcr's building, every
Thuri-day eveuluj; at 0 o'clock.
Oovemor Itiehard .1. 0(rlesby.
I.leutenaiit-Oovernoi- John 1.. Itevcridge.
Secretary of State Osorj; 11. Harlow.
Auditor of State O. K. Llpplncolt.
Sute Treasurer Ca'per Ituus.
Attorncv Oencral .lainej Ii. Ldiall
Supt. l'liblii; Instruction Newton llateman
Senators I.yman Trumbull aud John A.
'leprescntatlvo for the Statc-at-I.argo S.
I.. IlccridKe. , ,
Itepreseiitative Thirteenth Uistrlct .Tolin
SIESHIEUS OESTeITAL ASSESHH.Y.
Itenrr.eiitutlves tn the Wth dlfict r
Johu U. Oberly, Wtu. A. I.euuua nud JIath
ew J, luscoic.
Seuator lor the Mth dlstilct. Jeise v arc.
JiiiIkp I). J. llaker, of Alexander.
St.Ue's Attorney l'atrick 11. l'opc.
Clerk It. S. Yocum.
Shcriir-A. H. Inin.
. Wm. Slartln Asssor and Treasurer.
Judge F. llross.
Asiociato J. E. SlcCrlte and S. Slarchll
uou. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Oosstnan.
SI IJNICIl'A I, TjO VEHNSIKST.
Mayor John SI. I.andeii.
Treasurer It. A. Cunningham,
(.oniptrnller E. A. llurnelt.
Clerk Sllehuel Ilowley.
Mar.hal Andrew Cain.
Attorney p. II, l'opc.
l'ollcc Slaglatratcs F. Ilrois and Ii. Sl.ni
Chief of l'ollcc I.. II. Mycrn.
Slayor .lohn SI. l.nusdcn.
First Wnrd-1'. O. Sehuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Tlilnl warn jno. vvooit.
Fourth Ward S. SUaU Taylor,
Clty-at-Larfc'i: W. 1'. Hafllday
HOAltD OF AI.IiiniMF.N.
Kirt Ward-Jamcn ltoarden, A.
lord, Isaac w niuer.
c. i t'..r,i If 1T riiimln-lifim I-
CCUUil liut'i - ...
dcr, (. Stancel, James Swayno.
Thlnl Ward-Win. Stratton, J. It. l-nilll.
Fourth Ward-Jno. H. Itobliuon, a. II.
ease. J. II. Slctcalf.
DR. . C. TAKER,
Will resiimu the practice ot his profession
with especial reference to tho clcctrlca
treatment ol dUeases In all tho new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of lemalo complaints a lady
will he (a attendance.
Otllce, ViiJCommorcUl avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
IE3IDEtfi)K No, 21 Tcirtcenlh atrot, be.
V tvreoa WnslunKioa aveaue snii Wslnut street.
omoB-Ul Oomniiirchl srunun, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
TKHr)KNOK-cornsrNmth aud Walnut its,
IVOrhoe cornar blxth stront and Ohio Iotoo,
OiHco hours from n .in, to Vi m., ana 9 p.m
II. WUDNEU, M, D.
RKMIOKNCK-Corner I.lnettenth street and
Washington Tonue, near court house. Of.
ce over Arivr'sOroreryHtore, Oltlco Hours (rem
a.m., to lit m. tml '-mn tn 4 n, m.
It. S. lIUUiHASI, M.U.,
llomeopatlilo riiyslelan and Suweon. Of
SS? "increlal lavoauo. Uesldcnce on
doors west of 0, K.
Wasiii.voion, Fob. 16. In the Ijoujo nt
l'3Uu'clocl: Jud,'o I'.iland prcJentcd tho
report from tho Credit Mobtlliir tommll
tee, which tho clerk proceeded to read.
All implicNted iiieiiilii-m vvero in their
svnts. Sir. Cox UMipomrlly occupied tliu
fpeaker's thiilr. The yallericj wore
crowded, nnd inteiiso Interest was riinni
fetid. Tho report of tho 1'olnnd com
triittce Is very voluminous:. Tho commlttuo
after stHtine; their views on tho rjucstion
of jurisdiction of tbu liouio In tliu jirem
Ises, ssy thuy are of opinion that acts of
members not in the present house should
bo treated hi nevertheless coining within
tliu jurisdiction of tho present houso. In
relation to Ames, to sold to members
CreiMtjSlobllier stock at par, when it was
worth doublo that amount, with n corrupt
purpoie. Tliu fads ui to Ilrooks show
that ho used his infliienco as congressman
and eovernmcnt director of tho Union
I'sfcillc to get posicMion of stock. Tho
I statute npplicnble in cafoi of bribery of
tins kina is then cited, nnd tho com
mittee proceed to sny that in their
judgment tho facts repeatoJ in
regard to Ames and Ilrooks would have
justified their conviction thereunder.
Tho commtttoo accordingly report a reso
lution r.TrKI.LINO AMF.x A.VIl IIK00K.1.
The reading or tho report in tho house
occupied an hour nnd a quarter, after
whlch-Foland said no action -was desired
until after tho report was printed, nod
each member concerned had an opportu
nity to examino it; neither was it desired
that any day bo named for thu considera
tion of tho report.
Sir. Jlroukt said the report was partial
and unjust; it mado no mention of tho le
fal procecdingi by SleSamb ag-ilnst tho
TUB I'OMEKOV COMHITTJIK.
llcforo continuing with witnesses to-day
tho 1'omeroy Investigiting committeo
held n secret ioision nnd announced to
tho counsel after opening their 'doors that
tho members of tho committeo wero
unanimously of tlio opinion that lliey did
not possets i;encral power under tho sen
ato resolution to investigate tha senatorial
contest in Kansas and that they wero re
stricted to the one point,whetLcr I'omeroy
bribed or attempted to bribe Senator
York, and that thu evIJenco mutl be con
' i . ...
uneu to tnis alone.
J. c. noiiTON
"Was then called by Sir. Simpson and tci
tilled thai on January 27,tfenator York in
vited liim to meet him at Simpson's
room at tho Tctlt house. Witness des
cribed tho occurcnco at that meeting the
saino as York described It yesterday. York
sent for him on 'Wednesday. Witness
went to his privato room; York showed
him $7,000, saying lio recoived it from
l'omoroy. I asked htm how hu felt; ho
said, "llorton, l'vo had a fearful struggle
over this thing." I think ho laid he had
been praying over it, audible smiles but
that he was ull right now. 'Witness inn
joint conversation told tho lieutenant gov
ernor to recognize York if ho arose; tho
tioutenantgovurnor nodded. At tho pre
liminary meeting nothing was said about
opposing a rccoss, or tho final disposition
of tho money. The question whether tho
exposure should bo mado in tho scnato or
in joint convention was not discussed.
Cross-examined Was not a member of
tho legislature, his principal business nt
Topcka was to beat l'omtroy; ho and
Simpson bad not matured thu plan of ex
posure before York uskud him to contult
about It; the first tiino ho heard tho
matter mentioned was on tho "Oth of
January, in conversation with Gov. Os
borno, ho said tho legislature seemed
strongly opposed to Pomeroy ; Osborno
replied, " Yes, but tho 'old ems' will buy
his way through;" ho said ho might bo
defeated if some ono would take his moiioy
and tlion expose him ; witness might huvo
conversed with Simpson about thus de
feating l'omoroy boforo York was thought
of; ho was not working against l'omoroy
at tho Instance of tho Kansas l'acillo Hull
Tho prosecution horo (aid they had no
other witnosscs, but dosirod thu threo
witnesses bo summoned, viai "W. 1. nor
land, cashior of Berond National Hank of
Leavenworth; II. L. Ynorlll and "W. II,
Sir. Horton, counsol for l'omoroy, said
tho dofense would prefer not to go iihcnd
on their tido till tho prosecution whs
Tho committee decided that tho Invest),
gatloo must continue In order that It might
bo brought to rt ipocdy close, so that tho
tonate could suit.
Pomeroy' counsel (aid they would
bo toady to proceed to-morrow morning.
The counsel for tho prosecution said
they wanted time, to get tho $7,000, which
was granted, nnd 'the committeo ad
journed till to morrow nt 10 o'clock.
The action of tho committee In con
fining tho investigation to tho chargo of
bribery is regarded by the prosecution ns
very fnvorabto to .Vomeroy, and made in
SENATE. " ' ,
WASllINQTOifj Fli. 18-Valwt? bills
un thn calender wero considered and
Tho vico president then lnid ; boforo
tho senate tho following petition of II. F.
Simpjoii, acting ns counsel In the prosecu
tion of tho charges ngaiti't Senator
To the Senato of the United Stales :
I havo buun Initructod by A. SI. York
nnd others to respectfully ri quest thu sen
nlu to so enlarge tho subject matter of tho
inquiry of thu specUl committed as to re
ceive stntemunts of cerUin member of
the legislature of Knnta, who aro now
here, and others who hnvu been summoned,
tlnit they wero oflorrd money or oilier
valuable" consideration by ngonts and
friends of Senator I'omeroy to voto for
him in tlm election.
Signed. 11. F. SlMt'.-0N.
Senator rrolinghuyien, chairman of tho
special committee, thought tho petition
ought to lie over till to-morrow.
Senator Sherman moved tho petition bo
referred to tho committee.
Senator Ferrv of Connecticut, said if
thero were allegations that I'omeroy had
bribed others than York, and it tho com
mitteo found its authority was to limited
that it could not inquire into those allega
tions of bribery, thon, ccttalnly the scopo
of investigation ought to bo enlarged.
Senator Thurman, member of tho com
mittee, said there was no necessity for
referring the resolution to tho committeo.
The facts of the caso wero very simplo.
Tho senator from Kanias (I'omeroy) had
called the attention of tho senate, a few
days ago, to the fact that ho h id been ac
cused of bribery. Hu had denied, in very
broad terms, every chargo of corruption
or bribery of whatever nature, and had
concluded by otlering a resolution for tho
appointment of a special committeo of
investigation. That resolution, however,
limited inquiry to the single chargo of
huving bribed or attempted to bribe York.
Of course, ho would not ask for the en
largement of Its authority, but thu renate
might order If it chose.
.Senator Ferry of Connecticut, said It
was due to the senator accused, that a
manifest imperfection in the resolution of
ferred by I'omeroy himself, and adopted
by the tcnute, ought to bo corrected.
Senator Sherman thought tlo jurisdic
tion of tho committeo ought not to be en
larged in such a way as may prevent thu
committee from making a report before
tho end of tho sci'ion.
Senator Nye denounced York ns a rascal
who did not daro to petition the senato in
his own name, and argued that it was not
consistent with tho dignity of tho senate
to allow tho character of a scnutor to be
atsnlled by such a man in such a way.
Ho witrned senators that their reputations
jointly and severally s.wero at slake.
"Away, with theso investigations," said
Sir. Nye. YVo huvo had enough of
them; we aro having enough of them;
away with this Idea of catering to tho
morbid nppetito of parttcipo critninvi,
at least, and let Sir. i'omeroy and Sir.
what's his name settle their own difiicul
ties; thero is nothing that human mind
feeds upon like corrupt investigations."
Senator Conkling took substantially tho
samo view with Nye, as to tho propriety
of extending the scopoof inquiry, and ex
pressed tho fear that if this enlargement
wero ordered it would cnublo tho prose
cutors to occupy so much of tho brief re
maining portion of this session, as to leavo
no time for l'omeroy'a defensu. Ho nlso
madu some very severe remarks about
Senator Ferry of Connecticut said tho
senator from Kansas, Sir. I'omeroy, s
broadly and ompliatically asserted ids in
nocenco and challenged investigation that
ho could not havo intended to limit tho
investigation to this ono chargu, and It
was duo to him that tho senato should cor
rect tho oversight committed in drawing
tho resolution oll'ered by him, nnd adopted
by tho senate.
SonHtor Scott read l'omeroy'a denial and
request for investigation to show how
broad nnd sweeping it was, and said that
he folt bound to voto to givo tho committeo
whatever additional powers might bo re
quired to tnaku a thorough investigation,
Ser.utor Frelinghuyson wished to havu
It understood that no objection had been
mado by I'omeroy or his counsol to thn
additional evidenco oll'ered by tho
prolocutors, but it had been excluded by
tho committeo itself, as beyond tliu scope
of tho resolution creating tho commit
too. Senator Furry of Connecticut, oflered
tho following resolution i
Kosolvcd, That tho committeo charged
with tho investigation of tho chargun
against Hon. S. 0. l'omoroy bo directed to
Inquire into any allocations of bribery or
corruption by said I'omeroy in tho reuont
election of United Slates senator by tliu
legislature of Kansas.
Senator Sherman remarked that this
was a very dlll'ercnt proposition from that
made by tho petitioner, Simpson. This
resolution authorized inquiry into charges
of bribery or corruption by I'omeroy per
sonally, but tho petition went Author and
asked for an Investigation of brlbory and
corruption by Tomoroy's frlonds and
Senator Forry's roiolutlon was ajraed
Senator Conkllng presented a memorial
of tho Insuranco companies of Now York
against being excluded from tho Oenevn
Senator Slortori gnve Jiotlce that ho will
call up tho Caldwell case on Tuesday and
not on Saturday next, ns ho had previ
TWO PASSKNGErtS OAKS RUN!
INTO, ANI BKVEItAli 1'F.K
DKSTHI'CTI VE FI UK IN fill HE
Nkw Yoiik, Feb. IS. A privalu dis
patch from Yunkers says, that tho engine
of thn Yonkers' special, became detaciied
near Hastings this morning, and tho engi
neer was tlnablo to stop it, and the engine
caught thu l'ougkoepsco way train at
Hauings, plunging half through the renr
coach, which contained one passenger nnd
brakemun and assistant conduitor. Tho
passenger was uninjured, but the brake
man and assistant conductor wero both
probably fulally injured.
A FATAL I.KAI-.
l'llII.AtiKI.l'HU, Feb. 18. Two rear
cars of tho I'.icific express, on the Penn
sylvania railroad, weru detached this
morning npnr Gaines' corner, nnd tho
engineer returning ran into thu train,
damaging the cars considerably. ;Tho
baggage matter had both hlf legs cru'hud,
and John S. Floyd, a passenger, leaped
from tho window nnd received Injuries
from which he died.
SlIHKVKFonT, La , Feb. 18. Tho store
and contents of E. ii I). Jacobs; the three
story building of Sir. Bacif, adjoining,
nnd several frame stores, burned this
morning. Loss half a million.
A l'KOCLASI ATION OF AMNESTY
TO UK ISSUED '10 THE
SlAiinm, Feb. IK. On Thursday thero
will bo published a proclamation of am
nesty to the Carlistsnow in insurrection In
tho northern province, if tiioy will, within
two weeks, submit to tho authorities. If
tho insurgents decline they will bo ener
A WOSIAN A Ell EST ED ON THE
CIIAliGK OF 1'OISONINO.
lower 01 Jc. Wheat dull nnd lower; No 2
spring $1 (iOWt 00; No 1 1 7cl 80; win
ter red VeU.jrn.?l Wi)l 05; amber $1 M
fL- 00; whitu$l 00g,'J ii5. Jtyontid bar
ley unchanged. Corn rt shado lower; new
Western mixed 04(5,0", Jc, old nlioat (JOY;
yellow C5.c; while OTfS.USo. Oats hcow:
now mixed Western oljc; old C4c. Collio
strong; Kio l9:0c. Sugar BjQPjo re
fining. Slolasseii, oxtra primo ll JIIJc.
I'ork, primo mess $14 '.'.V.rH 37. Beef
unchanged. Cut meats quiet nnd llrm;
shoulders &c(njrije; middles nctivo nnd
firm; long clear 7j; short "Jc. Lard ac
llpj wuiturn tU-ini 8 0-lCc; kottln 8 7-100
St Lout?, Feb. IS. Flour weak nnd
unchanged, buyers contending for con
cessions. Wheat dull nnd droopinc, lnwn
to sell, No. J spring 1 'JO; No. I rid fall,
$ f,5; olovato'r sainplo lots. No, 3 $1 M.
Corn slow, and sellers claimed higher
figures, No. 2 mixed, 3!JJc. Outs dull, No
2 mixed, 2'.lP,0c. Il'irluy best q.lnlitle In
demand, anU firm. Kyudull, No. 'J 7uc.
Hlghwinn firm nt 00c. Fork firm, nt
$13 ''31.1 fi'J. Dry suit meats still' and
'higher on order lots, ihouldors; Kit, 6
clear rib C;-j clear sides "Jc; shoulders
nnd clear rib buyer r.t Cmiton 4j(0Jc,
ll'icori llrrn, shoulders flj; clear nh 7 ;
chmrsidi' "JfTic Lard llrm and hinder,
prime stenm 1 cash luiver; the month 71c.
Cattle more active nud unchanged Hogs
firm nnd higher, at -IJGli mostly J I II 0
$1 CO; receipts $j.
Nkw Oiii.kvn'5, Fob. 1H. Corn; white
firmer fl 10. liny dull and lower; primo
S35j choice $H3. Fork declined; now
SU tO. I) S meat easier C,fi 7(58c.
llaeon eninr fijrjc; no shoulders hure;
hums l'.!l12Ji Lard dull; tierco 8c;
k'-uOJc. Sugar firmer; fair tn fully fair
"iOc; primo HIQ-ttJc; others unchanged.
StiTling 31); sight par; cold 1 lju. Cotton
quiet; rule -LROO; good ordinary 18c; mid
ling lOJc; middling Orleans l'jjn.
ISlic and Fall ol the lliver
For 21 hour- ending;) p. in.. Fell, ly, lKT.'t.
MWlloxs. waler Full. IIMn-.
Flirt Kent in ! f
Davenport I C 'J
Calm a; . l 2
M. l.ouN i; ,'i :i 2
t.'liielnuall :i? ,n 2
l.ouNville ir. l
SleinphU 27 .'I I i
Vkksbiirtr 21 Im .1 2
Phresi'iioit Ii Ii
New Oilcan- II 2 1!
St. Louis Ucc. IP.-Sirs. Louiiia Beck
ham was arrested to-day charged with
poisoning two boys, AVllllo und Fred
Hudson, with gum candy medicated with
deadly poison. Tho evidenco against her
is circumstantial but considered strong.
She is thought to boinsnno.
Nkw Yoiik, Fob. 18. Sloney nctivo
and close most of tho day with call loans
at 1-32 to 1.C4 Hi: near tho close, whon it
becamo apparont that tho bears were tired
of operations and tha ruto fell to 7 gold.
Sterling sceudy 6J(J0. Gold advanced to
14, but fell again to 1-1 J; closing at 14J
11; loans '17 for carrying, and 1 per
cent, to flat for borrowings clearings CD,-
000,000; treasury disbursements 83,000.
. i . . .
uovcrnmenis oponeu urm ntm closoa a
Jrifio lowor but steady. State bonds very
dull, blocks quiet and fluctuations gener
0i of '81, 20; 5.20s of '02, 76J; of '(11,
15; of 'C5, 3oJ; new of '05, 111; of '07 HiJ;
ol'C8 10J; now Os, 13J; 10-lu'r, I4j; cur
rency Os, llj.
A DOOMED CITY.
ST. LOriSTO BE BUItNED DOWN.
From the SlUviml ltepubllenn.J
Tho following terrible commuiileallon
was received anonymously v this mayor
yesterday. It Is astoiilshing'tliat tho wri
ter should l.nve escaped tbu fool-klllcr so
To tho Hon. mayor of St. Louis mo.
1 fyid it my uuty lo Inliifm y.m that I
nm'a nremher of n girrig Wlch Is now at
this burg St. Louis and Whos duty it is to
Burn down Citty Such nichcago, Boston,
N. Y. Si. L A: others Wo aro sworn in ure
confidfiit and by tho pcatilty of Death
for bidden to reveal eny thing. But 1
think an aotli in this Cao may llo Brokon
as safe as a Citty Burned duun. I am
getting down on this business. I give you
mis urnuig ro iiini you may looK out
for Hot times. I think I am safe as thov
company dont Know Wich of our
Jinys was mo good tn to Wright to you
there nro G of us. Wo meet by the
llrst of .March. Wenru now scattered
little only 4 hero now. I could cauto tho
arest or us but I would not liko to fall In
the cluthes of the nuthoritys iiivm If. Wo
ure doing this business on thu" following
myin. cnro payeii ny r.uropean mo
nopolists to destroy property nnd ameri
can manufucliiry so bring forulgn in dc
nnnds. Wo rent rooms so in to bo
neighbors, fire breaks out arsidcntally.
Wo trans idar.t It carefully so that it will
play llel! inf 'enurnl. When n start Wo
leavo in victory. This sullsinnt 1 saposo
so you can do as you plearo about It. I
wmto this warn you of approaching dan
ger this all theru is in my power, as I
would bo ennu up if I would do moro
assuring you that St. Louis is elected for
next hpring I sign my self.
FEVEK OAl'SED JIV 31 ILK.
A virulent outbreak of typhoid fever in
sevurnl streets near tho Leeds (.England)
Town Hall, a few weeks nco, attracted the
attimliou of thu authorities. Tho epidem
ic, very fatal in its character, pursued a
somewhat eccentric course. It attacked
lamilies in souui parts of tho l'ushiunable
square.', and left others untouched. It
rngod in certain middle-class houses In
thu samo street, nnd passed over others,
it wii found tli nt tho drainngo in
some parts of tho affected districts was
, slightly defective. This did not satisfac-
I Inrilr iiiw.lilfit fnr llu. tit.nr.L- Tim nil.
thoitlcs next turned their attention to tho
food supply of tho infected houses, and it
win then discovered thai ono milk dealer
living in thu centre of tho town supplied
tho whole of thu infected houses. It
transpired that ho received bis daily
quantity from a farm near Harewood.
Thither tho health otlircrs of tho town
at onco pri'ccodud, nnd found that some
six persons theru tutfured from the fomr.
llio mill; cans wero genurally kept
in tho kitchen, which closely
adjoined tho room wheru the fever pa
Hen: wero laid, and one woman altond
ed both the sick inmates aud tho dalrv
Tho theory is that tho germs of disoaso
in uio air settled down in tho milk cans
before they woro daily sent out with thoir
stock of lacteal fluid. Tho sanitary com
mitteo of tho Leeds town council nt onco
stopped tho salo of tho milk from this in
focted quarter. To 6how tho sevority of
mo epidemic, wo mav afato that somo
eighty peopln wero thus sicfotly attacked,
anu iwuivo ot tno patients nava siuco sue
cumbed to the virulent disease..
l'lHlSl'ECTFti FOB 1873. hl.VMI YEAR
Washington-, Fob. 18 l'robabilitlcs
For thn Northwest on Wodnenlay dimin
ishing and westerly winds and cold
weather, For Upper Lakes southerly aud
westerly winds, lower baromotur, For
New York and Nbw England southeast
erly winds and cloudy weather. For tho
Sliddlo Atlantic const southerly veering
to westerly winds aud parly cloudy
weather. For Wostnrii gulf southerly
winds and rains. For Ohio westerly
winds and falling tcmpurature. For
Lowor Lakes southerly winds veering to
westerly, very brisk with partly cloudy
SI i:mii!, bub- 18. Cotton quiet and
unchanged; iowur nildliug l'Jc; good ordi
nary 20c; receipts II35 hales; shipments
1280; stock 31,100. Flour quiet aud un
changed. Corn in fair demand ut 03c.
Oats quiet lit o0G5o. Hay scarce; A r
kalisas 2022. Bran dul at $2;'()23,
Corn meal active, S:t ITi In bulk. Sliuuld
ers 0c; sidos 7j71e, Lard quiet and
Oiiic.uio, Feb. 18, Flour qulot and un-
changed; good extra spring ti(u 25,
Wheat steady; No 2 spring $1 'i'i cash;
$1 23 March. Corn llrm, 3IJ3IJo cukIi.
Oats steady; No 2 auaoje. Ityii dull
and drooping, No H 0otS5jc. Barley
dull and unchanged. Fork dull und
lowor, ' I2 80 March. Lard dull nud
lower, $7 05 cash. Bulk Aeats In good
doinand; shoulders 4(Vi;42o all loose;
higher baxed; greon hums scarce and firm,
0Uo fur 20 to 15 pounds avurngo. llu
con qulot and unchanged, Whiskey quiet.
New Yoiik, Fob, 18. Flour active; m
per Wloru and statu (U 10Q 00; com
mon to good oxtra $7 107 3D; good to
cboioo $7 0OB 25; common to choice
whlto extra $8 00010 60. "Whiskey
THOS. L WAT?ON.
uliscrvir Elg. S-cr. I'. A.
St. Louis, Fob. 18. Arrived; Bag
gage, Cairo; City of Chester, Slemphlj.
Departed: Victory, I'ittsburg; E?peranga,
Bed river. Tho rise hero yesterday und tho
day before wns Ax feet; to-diiy river fell
about two feet, lco nt Alton," Louisiana
nnd points nbovoj it Hurled to-day and
will soon bo here, out no damage U ap
prehended. Weather clear and warm.
ViCKMii-nn, Fob. 18. Down: John B.
Slaudu Belle, Shrcveport, Natcncs. No
boats up to-day.
Omaha, Fob. 18. A through train from
uiuaua wot. j.ouis, via Lincoln, Atchi
fon and Kansas city, Is to bo put on soon,
lco in tho Slissouri river: at this nlaco
Ci.NciXNATt, Feb. 18 Bivcr roo 30 in- '
chef. Arrived: Andv Baiim. Slcmidilr: 1
tho tow boat Lako lirlo and flinnt with !
conl from I'ittsburg. Departed: B. B.
Hudson Wheeling. Weather clouiy.
Littlk Bock, Fob. 18. Biver still
rising rapidly with 11 feet bv gauge.
Baining all day. Arrived: ..'no. How
aril, Now Orleans; Ashland, Fort Smith.
Depnrtod: Colossal, New Orleans; Anna,
Stiomiis, Feb. 18. Weather clear and
quito warm to-day, but heavy rain and
thunder storm to-night. Biver rising
rapimy. vrrivcu: ot. ,ioo.
l'lTrsnuito, Feb, 18. Tho river contin
ues to reccdo with 17 feet. Weather
warm nnd business nclivo nt thu wharf.
During thu day thu following tows of coal
departed: for Louisville, J. A. Blackinoor,
7 barges, 105,000 bushels of coal; 1'oulton,
8 boat", 158,000; Acorn, -1 boats, 2 bnp'es
.....I 1 tl I 1n,irtn 1 I...... ... t ......
' uusiiuif, iuiui, oeii,- i wurs ; anu uiu piaim ior inu coming year.
uuo uusiiuis. .iu uepariures except coal, an unioiiieu uy uiu moniniy isnues, will av
Arrived: Emperor, Cincinnati. Tho ' tonl.-li and iiciignt even tho most
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IM HUM the RkertMtRMt
Klshlj M Ilea Ik akertMt !
TO ST . LOTJIS
NO CI1A1IOK. OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CUANOK OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, i lnnolli, Toledo,
peircilt, ClemluDd, Mr Fills
tultslo. 1'ill.l.ui, WhlntoB.
bltiiiintr, l'nujfl.hi, N,w York.
Boston ami all points a.t,
Ullwaiikl, Janmlllf, Madifon,
haCrornr, SI. I'aul and all point, north.
this is also t!i only direct rnul to
IJeatiir, IlloomlDjtoa, HpnnKfld,
lorla. oulncr, Iftokuk,
llurhnxton, Knck LUmi, La Sail.
Mrndoia, Jiiion, 'rrport,
Ualna. Dubuque, cioui clly,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sloeplne C'
On all Night Trains.
exK Chrckrd io all Important points.
For tickets n. lafortnalinn, apply to I. C. R.K
depnt t airo; on bnanl in trantit atenmar t
twenu Columtjca and Cairo, and al me prtncliu
rallroa I ticket offices throughout the uulh.
W. p. JOHNSON. OenM Put. Alt't. ChlCMO.
A. MitcniLL, (Jen'l. Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Aic't. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April Jith, 1972
trains will run as follows:
Taii aoixo locrmtiT.
Leae Vlrlnia 6.40 a. m ..
.. 6. 6
.. e.17 "
THVlortllle. 10 4
Arrite at faoa. ll.s "
TaaiNa aoixo xoatawtar.
I.eare Pans S.uo a. m 3 S4 a. m.
" Talorille 4. in i
Arrive at Springfleld.S.il . .....ui
Leave Uprin(fleld.......a.S " s lo
Arrive at Virginia S.S " ..S.1S
TiAixs aoixa sarrntnT.
Lrave Kdgwsod ....S.30 a. m. - ...10.10 p.ir
M FlAra I S . ll ai .,
Arrive al Hhawueet'u . 11 o 16
FIRE AND MARINE
T H E ALDIN E,
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.lunlatta will depart for Cincinnati to
morrow. Tliu Chronicle Ims tho follow
ing lUt loaded : Coal packages reported ns
bavins been sunk by vestenjnys Hood;
I'ro.ler I'rey, 3 tlats; ,1. 1. .Smith it Co.,
J. barges and -1 ll sat.-; S. Horner it on?, 1
-at, .1. O. Bislier it Co.li boats und '1 hgs;
Sttub & Co., 1 boat und ono burge; jj.im'1
Cable, 3 burgofj Bedmond, 1 bnat pnrtly;
II. 11. Collins, 1 boat; John McOlosky
and William Chirk it Co., ono bout each;
Cieo .Miller, 1 llat bout; Grand LaUo Conl
company, - noats, JicUnimht, DuncHii it
ol Tor Kulo lu nook or Xenis Storca
Xotwlthstniiilliig tho lucrcaso In the price
of suhtcrlptlou l.i st full, when the Aldlne a-
ruined ii'pivsem nowc proportions and rep
revcntatlvu churaetrr, the edition was more
than ilouhlo tho past year; proving that the
Amcrlea'i public appreciate a sincere ef
loit in tin- ciiu-u ol Art. The puhll-hcrs,
anxious to Ju-lliy thu ready conlldeiieo thus
ilemnn-tratcd, havo i:crtcd themselves to
tho utmost to develop and Improve the
i . ... a
ineiiiis in uio .iiiiue.
Thu Aldlno will reproduce examples ol
thu hct forelk'U nuMcrx, selected with a
view to tliu Mshot artistic suecesx, nnd
greatest general Interest; anldiug such as
havo hucome fuinllhir, through photograph,
of copies of any kind.
The tptartorly tlnied plates for 1873, will
rciirodueo four of John S. Davis' InlinltuM..
I chlld-sketehe, appriprlale to the four sea
sons Thesu plates, appearing In tho Issues
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would ho nlonu worth thu price of a year's
I'ltnUlUJl HIIOMOS KOIt 187.1.
livery subscriber to tho Aldlne, who pay
in advalicii for tho year 1873, will receive,
OK&MAH1A, V. T,,
UAMOVXH, N. T,
RIPDIIL1C, V. T,
..Ti m 00
Assets .. m,m oo
Comprising the Uadsrwriters' Aiencr.
TONKIRB, M. T.,
A"ts - 878 464
VIRKMKN'b FUND, 8.
BKCUniTT, N. T. MABINX,
aiorcs, Dwelllngt, FurnlCure, Bulls sad Car
(net, loaured ut rale u favorable u aauod. per
1 reptruJy ak of the clliunebl C.
natror Iheir patronage.
v. zv HliOHKH.
W. II. Morns.
II. H. Candet
No. Pub. and IT. 8. Con
P1RK, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
f! n.,ia. Tin. ll.,,.l.,,l,l 1 n... i...i. i. '' 1
7. :,' " . .', .V ' "".' v",r" IV in advniicii for tho y
'm'lt,,,lu l,, u.ry,r ll,irP01 l',tt,ni I without additional charge, a pair of bcatitl-
.mlviuu -nil iv viuiiiiuii, iioyu iv .iicuulli'i fill oil
V V Wilson & Owns, 1 burgo each; Bid-1 HnglU:
dlo, Culumrn it Co, 1 barue, tlipsn
ges wo cstimato contained 130 000 hutlmls
Total valuo of property destroyed by tho
flood is estimated ut $300,000.
Ni:w Oklkanh, Kub, 18. Arrived:
Charles Bodmaun from Cincinnati; Mnrv
Houston, Louisville, Dupurted: O ii
Church, Cincinnati; .James Howard, bt
Louis. AVontlior cloudy nnd warm,
Loui.svii.u:, Fob. 18. Blvor hat fallen
3 inches sinco inomlng; Ifi foet 0 inches in
tho canal, and 13 fuct 0 inches in tho
ehiito. Clear nnd sprlng-llko, Willi thu
mercury M to 70. Businoss uctivo.
Fears of an ovorllow aro much nbated.
Arrived! Kd llubhs. l'omcrov; Sum
Boborts, I'ittsburg; Warnor.Xow' Orleans;
Win Cowen, Cairo; Kaiiawnh, St. Louis;
W II Brown, Cumberland river. Do
parted: Mary Jllllor, Arkansas river;
Commonwealth nnd Allen Brown, Now
Orleans; Dictator, W II Brown nnd
Kanawa, Pittsburg; "Warner will bepart
for Cincinnati to-night.
Namivim.k, Feb. lS.-lllver rising very
slowly, feai'h of an overflow Mibsldlng,
father mild and blustering and partially
cloudy. Nn movement of steamers.
Lvan8VH.I.k.FIi.18. Weather elear till
ovi'iilng, now cloudy und crowing colder;
nieivuiv 4i lo (10, iiowfiu. Itlvi'rrlen fleet
nnd dill rMng. Down: Thouip.ou Dean,
I'alosllne, Kxehango, Aldeiiiau, .Marv Anient
nnd I urn-con. l p: oo lllte, I'nlomau
und Alary Davngu mid barges. Bilsluens
(Un'OlufEirsiDK" WAT Eft CURE"
Hauillton, Ills,, or send for free circular and
hatoi ipn stlons for 'homo treatment." No
drugs. Fifteen miles AlUslsslppl river view,
Jlulc aud Feintilo physicians, 'MVtf
fill oil ehromos, after J. J. Hill, the eminent
Ii painter, inu pictures, rutted
tmcka. I l"0 Village neue, anu "i:rosMllg tliu
i,i. .Moor," tire Nx'JO iuehek aro printed from
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that tho cliioiuos dellcred shall bo cipial tu
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Thu distribution or pictures of this grades
IVcu to tho subscriber to a tlvu dollar peri
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even to Iho.c best acquainted with tho
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