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OFPICB, STJIiXiBTIXT BtTIIiXiaiTC3-, O03R,. 12TH STEBET VT-.aHiaSTCa-'X'OISr .VElTtrS.
JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
OUIl CHURCH KS.
I'JIKSHYTKUIAN A.st'i Street.
I'rcnclill g, Sabbath ut ld n.in. and 71 p.m
Prayer Hireling, AVi-i1iichi1.iv nt 74 P. m.
i.ihhath School, :t p.m, .1. M. Lansden, Su
perintendent. Kkv. II. Thaykii, Pastor
MKTHODI.ST.-Cor. Eighth nnd Walnut His,
Preaching, Sabbath nt 10) n.in.. anil 7 j. m
Prayer Hunting, Wednesday,?) p.m.
Sabbath School, a. p.m. 1.. W. Mlllwcll,
superintendent. Rkv. F. I.. Thompson,
CllimCII OK THE REDEEMER (Eplsco
:il.) Morning prayer. fabbath 10 a.m.
I'A enlng prayer?, 7 p.m.
Sabbath Achool, I) n.in.
Hi'.v. E. Coa.v, Rector.
hT. PATRICK'fl ClIUHCH-Nmth St. and
Publlu ht-rvlro, Sabbath 8:10 ami 101 .
opcr, 7 p.m.
Sablinth School, 3 p.m.
Mii-vlce uvery day, a.m.
Rkv. 1'. J. O'IIai-loiiax, Priest.
Ki JOSEPH'S CHl'llCU. (fifrmnii,) cor
ner ol VVtilnut aird Cro- streets.
.Man, eury sabbutli.nt 10 o'clock n. n.
Vespers, 'J p. m.
Mji during week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
Ili:v. o. noma, Priest.
street between Washington Avenue nnd
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o clock.
Sabbath fcclionl ut 1! o'clock p. HI.
Kkv. Kou't. Hw.iHd, Pastor.
VOl'NO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION'. Regular meeting second Monday
each month nt lliclr room over Kockwell
a i o'n book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly l'mycr meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
I.. W. K1IU.WKI.U PrcMdcnt.
SECOVD MISSIONARY BAPTIST
riii'itcil, ConicrSvcainoro and lorty
llrt MitpN. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock n. m. nnd :i o'clock p. ni.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
Tho eliurch coimeeted with the Illlnnl
As-oelatlon, by the Firm Missionary lla
list ( hnrcli id Cairo.
lti:v. Solomon i.v.oXAitn, rastor.
AFRICAN' METIIODIST.-Fourtccntb, be
IWeell Walnut and Cedar.
Hen Ices Sabbath. 11 a.m.
..I'ibatii School. lj p.m.
Cla meet at :1 p.m.
SECOND FREE WILL BAPTIST Flf-
tenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. 1) and 3 p. in.
lttcv. N. ItlCKH, Pastor.
t'UKl WILL HAPTIST HOME MISSION
iABIlATH SCHOOL. Comer Wahiut
and Cedar StrecU.
Sabbath School. 0 a.m.
FIRST FREE WlU. IIAI'TIST CHUItCI!
Service. Sabbath II a.m.. 3 p.m. & ,p.m.
Kkv. Wm. Kf.i.lky, I'ator.
KIKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St".
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a.m. and 74 p.m.
l'mycr meeting, ednedy evening.
Preachiug. Friday cveuiujr.
Sabbath School, 1 p.m. .John anUaxter
aud Mary Stephen". SuperintandcnK
Rev. T. J. Siiokkh, Paitor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH-Fourtoenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. 1 he
ouly Bapllit church recognized by the A-
Service, Sabbatli, II a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
KFV. .UCUll KuaiiI.KV, Elder.
CAUtO -COMMANDKKY. No. 13.-SU ed
A.Miuibly at the A ium MaonIc Hall, Urt
and thtrU Monday In each mouth.
0AIKO COUNCIL, No.'JI. KeKillar Convo
cation at Mkanlc Hall, the ccond I ridiiy
In each month. ..... . ,.
CAIKO CHA1TEK No. 71.-l!ei?ulr Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tue.dav ol every month.
CAIKO l.ul)(iK, No. .W 1". A A. M. Uegu
lir Couiumnlcatloii ut MumiiiIc Hall, Uio
teeond and luurth Mondu)iarcach month.
ALEXANUKK LOUOE, -'jy Meets In Odd
Fellow.' Hall, lu Arter' buildimr, every
ThunJay evening at B o'clock.
Governor Klchard .1. Oglc.by.
l.leiitcnant-Ooveruor John L.Bcvcnitge.
secretary of Stutc (Jeoro 11. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. E. l.lpptncott.
SUito T'rea-urer Ca-per Ituu.
Attorney Ocneral Jaiucn K. Ldsall
supt.rubllc lui-tructlou-N'ewton Hatcman
Senatork Lyman Trumbull and John A.
'Jcpreentativc for the State-at-LarBc S.
L. Ileveridgc. . ,
Keprnentativc Thirteenth District John
MEMIIEKS OESEIIAL ASSEMBLY.
Jleprcwntatlyn In the fth dM'Ict r
.lolm H. Oberlf , Win. A. Lemma and .Math
cw J. Inscorc.
S'unator lor the Will district. Jetke v arc.
Judse I). J. Biker, of Alexander.
State' Attorney l'utrlck II. rope.
Clerk K. S. Yocuui.
SberllTA. H. Irvin.
Win. Martin AwMr ami Treasurer.
Jiulj? K. Brorfc.
Axsoclalcb J. E. McCrite and 9. Marchll
uon. Cleric .lacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Oossman.
Mayor John M. Landen.
Treasurer II. A. CuiinliiKham.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Ilnwley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney I. II. Tope,
l'ollce Magistrates F. Bros and 11. Shan
Chief of Police L. II. Mycin.
Mayor John M. Lansden.
First Ward 1. tl. Schuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward-,lno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Stnats Taylor.
Clty-at-Largo W. 1'. Halllday &nd D.
DOAllD OK AI.IlKllMKN.
First Ward -Tamcs Keardcn, A. B. Saf
lord, Iaac WaUler.
SCCOIHl H itiu Y ' ,M,,ioll!" '
i mill uu ill in u.'
TIIK I'llESrilKNT DESIIIKS
ON THE VISUKHIKS
EXDBAVOHS TO DEL A V THE
1031 EliO V INVESTIGATION.
A IK.NAE riWII TIIK I'llltltlKNT.
Wamiixiton, Vob. 21. Tho preldent
nciit a flpeclal include to congren to-day
urging iinmc'llntu actlrth' In' rcfeMrteo to
tho llaheriet bill, carrying out tint pro
vliloni of tho treaty of "Wuihington. Ho
lavf tho near upproach of Iho fif hint; lea
ton and ndjiiurnmont of eon,rcu next
week, render It highly important thnt
b-gtilution should bo hud at oncn.
To-morrow it it conlernplatcl that tl.n
houio Judiciary commltlco will present
articles of impeachment against Murk "W.
P'lehy, United Htates judge, of Khii"h. '
' h! testimony tbken covers 300 printed
pipes, nnJ nearly every witnis ex
amined shown up tb( shameles intoxica
tion of Detehay, both on tho bench and
In private, nt well as malfeasance and in
AVaiiisoton, l'ob. At tho sittings
of the l'omeroy committcu this morning,
.Mr. Simpson salil his witnesses were not
reaJy. ilr. Thurman asked If tho wit
nesses htid corno with tho money' Simp
ion said that fiucrin had arrivod, but he
had sent thu money by express, which re
quired two days lunger to mako the trip,
and that it hud not yet arrived. - Thur
man said tho session of congress onds this
week, and the committee could not, nnd
ought not to make up its mind upon tho
ctio till ail tho testimony wns in, and bad
hti-n carefully considered; hence, no timo
could he lost. Simpson said lie had (ix
mom witnesses who he wished to exainino.
.Mr. "W. Pimpton was examined by Mr.
l'rolInghuyon : Is a member of the Kan
sas Senate; met l'omeroy frequently dur
ing tho canvass; on tho night of tho 2hb
of July, Pomeroy tnndo a proposition to
help sustain adelegato whom witness was
(ustaining, he said if witness would vote
fur him, tin would taka Laughlln, tho
delegate, off of bis hands; Laugnlin wns
kpt at Wuihlngcon to look out tor tho
interests of tho settlers on tho Cherokee
The cro.s examination elicited nothing
ol intereit, except that Mr. Pomoroy did
not send for witness, nnd that tho only
oll'-rof money was that related.
der,4). Staneel, .lamen hwuyne.
Third Warn wm. oirauon
ease. J. II. Mcttalf.
J. It. PhllllK.
II. Kobluson, Q, U.
Dli. B. C. TABER,
Will resume the practice ol bU profession
with c.ipeclal rciereuce to the clectrlca
treatment ol diseases In all tho ucw nud Im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of fcinalo complaints a lady,
will be In attendance.
UUlco, lastiommurciai uycuuc, mi wn.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
ESIUENOK-Nn. 21 Tnirteenm atraet, a
i twee J WashuiKlon avenue and Walnut street.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
O Bee houri-froiM B to 18 m.. and p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
RBsioENOR Corner r Tinetjeiath 7?f
Washlnnton atonue. near W""', ""j
ct i ft Ar'eVn Oronery Store, Office Houraltom
a.m.. In 13 m. and '"ftm to n. m.
It. H. BllimiAM, M. 1.,
Homeopathic Phyaiclan and Suff?eon' ot'
lice 1!W Commercial iivenuo. lte.ldeuco on
'I'.. nlli trpt. llirpn doom WCSt Of
Mr. Hill presented the credential' of
Gen. Gordon, senator elected from Geor
On motion of Senator Morrill of Ver
mont, tha agricultural college bill was
taken up. Senator "Window moved to
nifer thu bill to tho committee on public
lands, with Instructions to inquire into tho
expediency of devolving tha proccods of
the salo of public lands to the equalization
of soldiers' bounty.
At tho suggestion of Sonalors Terry of
Connccticul, and Conk1ing,Vindom mod
ified his motion 16 refer by striking out
instructions ns to equalization of bounties,
and said thnt as ono of tho members of
tho comnilttca on public lands ho would
keep that object in view.
Senator Morton roso to a question of
prlvilegfj urd moved to lay tho pending
bill on tho nblo for tho purposo ot con
tidcring the report of tho committeo on
privileges nnd olection In tho Caldwell
Senator Logan moved to postpone tho
Caldwell cuo till to-morrow.
Senator Morrill, of Vermont, thought
it Had hotter go over till after tho 4th of
Senator Morton : "It is in tho discharge
of my duties that I urge this matter. It
U for tho senate to determine what action
thoy will take. If tliey pass it over till
to-morrow, or tho 4th of March, and then
drop it, tho responsibility shall -not to
Tho question was takon on Morton's mo
tion to lay tne pending bill on tho tablo
for tho purpose of taking up tho Caldwell
caso, nnd it wus dacided in tho negative:
Yeas J2, nays 32.
Tho sonato then proceeded with tho con
sideration of tho agricultural college bill.
Aftor dobate, Senutor "Windom's mo
tlon to refe.r tho bill to tho committeo on
public lands was lost: Yeas 1", nays 30.
Senator Wett moved to lay the bill on
tho tnblo for tho purposo of tuking up tho
army appropriation bill. Lost: Yons 7,
In tho dobato Sonntors Conkllng, Mor
ton, shermnn and Oassorly strongly op
pwod tho bill.
Senator Morton said it was ovldcnt that
should tho bill pass ho predicted that its
pussago, liko tho passaga of tho fugitive
slavo hnv, nnd repeal ofjtho Missouri com
promise, would lcavo tho feeling that ab
soluto Injustice hud bcon dono an clemont
that must In its nature fester.
SonatorShorman offered tin amendment
providing that congress may at any
timo ultur, amend or repeal, so that noth
ing contained In It shall bo construed to
mean that the disposition which it makes
of tho public lands shall bo permanent.
The inhato then took a receis until
Mr. Dates reported buck the senate bill
to confirm tho aalo of the Shawnee Indian
lands in Kansas.
Mr. Butler of Massachusetts, us a ques
tion of privilege, presented the report of
the Judiciary committeo in tho matter of
impeachment made out of tho report of
tho Credit Mobilior committee, which was
road. The report says tho only two Im
peachable officers Involved are Vico Pres
ident Colfax, and James Jtrooki, In tho
rapacity of a government director of tho
Union 1'aciflo railroad. Tho latter having
long since ceased to bo such vjfHcer, the
case against him has boon considered no
further. The report then cites facts and
circumstances In. tho case of Colfax, as
suming facts as alleged to bo all proved.
Bevotal question law presented tlicm
selve aigfiiitlfojriltlher officers can
I be Impeached except for acts dono or al
leged to bo dono whllo in otacc. Tho re
port criticized Poland's committeo and
tikes tho, ground tliero is nothing in tho
testimony submitted to Justify impcach-
j rncnt of'tho vice president. Tho committeo
nsk therefore to bo discharged from
further consideration of tho matter. Iho
report is signed by all tbu members ex
cept Potter, "Wilson and lloodrlch.
Potter in n minority report said hi did
not recommend Impencbment, owing to
doubts on certain questions. Goodrich
nlso submitted his views dissenting from
Mr. liutlor moved that tho resolution
referring tho matter to the committeo lo
laid on tho table.
Mr. Poland dusirt'd to movo its recom
mittal lo tho Judiciary committee.
Mr. Cox suggested that if rcccmmlttcd
all of the report referring to tho expulsion
of members nhould bq struck out as ir
Mr. Banks t "That is the proper mo
tion." Mr. Butler replied lo Mr. Cox in de
fense of the report, claiming that that part
of it was not Irrelevant, but referred to
the roport of Poland's committee.
Mr. Hanks : "It is a most unworthy act
to undortako to commit the house to the
atrocious doctrines that the report
brought before the house unexpectedly und
without opportunity b'ing given todii
cuss." After a good dfal of confusion with
members of both sides making efforts to
get tho tionr, liutltr witbdrow bis motion
to lay on tho table, and moved to postpone
tho consideration of the subjoct till' Wod
ncsday? after the reading of the Journal.
Agreed to: Yeas 111, nays 70.
Mr. Speer made a point of order that
Brooks and Amcp, who were interested In
tho question, had voted.
Tho Speaker allied Mr. Spoor to stato
why these gentlemen should not vote.
Mr. Speer gavo ns his reasons that the
fact that tho roport of tho judiciary com
tnittce was to tho right aryj power of tho
homo lo expel theso members, and they
wore voting to postpone the resolution lo
a day certain.
Mr. Hoar remarked that tho tamo point
would apply lo gentlemen from Pennsyl
vania, himself, and to evory member of
The Speaker took tho samu view and
overruled too point of order.
The houso resumed consideration of tho
river and harbor bill.
KING COMUS ENTERS
TAKES POSSESSION OK
CONFESSION OF A
FOUR THOUSAND WOItTn OF
BONDS STOLEN FKOM
A MUHDKREK CONFESS T.H.
lNUlA.VAfoi.18, Pob.'-M. Wm, 11. Ilcck,
a blind and a notorious character of this
city, has mado a confession of iho murder
of two Rlrls, Mary llonurby mid Catbcr
ino Gimler, go.l clovon nnd four years, in
.Tune, 1870, along tho banks of tho While
river, near this city. Bock was arrcstod
New Yoiik, February 21. A Herald
dispatch says that on Saturday ulternoon
$-1,000 worth of bonds and coupons wero
stolon from tho residonco of Vtco Presi
PP.KPAnATIONS FOP. A STK1KE
AMONG TRADES OKOANl.A
i'lONS' IN NEW YOIiK.
MiJirius. Fob. 21. King Comus en-
tcred tho city nt four this p. in. preceded
by an armed body of man mounted und
on foot, followed by n long lino of knights,
cavaliers and pages. Tho king was seated
In a chariot drawn by six horses. Ho was
met at tho Overton hotel by Iho mayor
nnd entire polico forco mounted, v.'hero
tho usual demand for tho keys of the city
w.mad. . iwJiJj;
Mayor Johnton delivered them In'n
happy address. Tho lino was formed
ngaln, nnd tho procession proceeded down
Main street to. tho Coiirt-houso square,
which whs taken pocslon of by tho
king'ii followers, who planted artillery
commanding tha four yules, with sentries
in boxes, which scorned to have sprung up
ritF.i'AniNo ion a f,TMi:.
New Yokk, Feb. 21. Vnrious tratlo
organizations, principally Germans, held
teparato meetings yesterday lor the pur
pose of inaugurating a general strike to
taku etfect shortly, for tho enforcement of
tbu eight hour system, nnd other measures
to better their condition.
COT XT fllAMBORD INTENDS
TO CONTEST HIS EIGHT
TO THE THHONE
AMADEUd SAID TO BE SUU
PRISED AT THE STATE
TIIK GARRISON OF SPAIN IN'
STATE OF INSIJBOKDINA-TION.
Mahkih, Fub. 21. It Is held in certain
circles that tho republic in Spain is a
vgrcat surprise to Amadcui, who, being n
fuvorito with the army, expected to bo re
instated by it. Ho nover drcamod of the
turn affairs havo taken. The government
is reinforcing tho troops operating against
tho Carlists. The Insurgents conlinuo to
burn railroad stations nnd bridges.
WILL NOT COMrr.OMIUK.
London. Feb. 24, Count Chambord
has declined to compromlso with tho Or
lennlsts, nnd says that ho will contend fur
his right to tho throno of France.
Letters from Madrid stato thnt an Al
phonslst rising is anticipated during tho
carnival. Great anxiety exists in conse
quence. Tho garrison of Madrid is said
to be in n condition bordering on insubor
A dispatch from Berlin says tho Rus
sian government is forwarding largo re
inforcements to tho Turkish island.
CmcAao, Feb. 21, Flour quiet and un
changee; extra spring, J f,0f.i 7. Wheat
dull und loworj No 1 spring, Si 20; No -J,
$1 20J cah; $1 20J1 20.V March; No
8, $1 071 08. Corn dull nnd n shado
lower: No 2 mixed, !!l JfiJl'c cash or
March; "Jll&Me April. Oats stcadv. No
'J,2(Jc. Ityo qulot and weak; No 2, (iSc.
Uarlcy firm; No 2 fa.l, 707lc; No i! oO(Ti
C3c Provisions In good demnnd. Pork
strong; $18 10 cash or March; $111 10
April, l.aru actlvo and advanced, $7 05
cash; ?7 85 April. Hulk meals steudyj
Conerally held higher; shoulders packed
lie; short ribs packed, C;cj Cumberland
middles, 7Jjf. Green meats scarcu nnd
llrm; shoulders Ijc. Whiskey steady Hr.
MEMi'iiif, February 21. Cotton dull;
good ordinary, 17jc; low middling, l?e;
reeclpi, l,00u; shipment, 2,221; stock, HI,
275 bales. Flour quiet und unchanged.
Corn monl ensy nt $:t 15. Corn dull and
drooping nt r,077i;r,2c. Oats do at 197,50o.
Hay, S-Wnll. Bran, 22. Meats actlvo
and hiishor; ahouldors, file; sides, "fif'c.
Lard firm nnd unchanged. Holiday to
TiHtr Yodi:, Feb. 21. Flour firiunr and
more netivc1. Suprflnu western, $'Ji.i 75;
common to good, S'fi " 60; good to choice,
$Pf,8 25; whltu wheat x, ?3 50(.10 50.
Whiskv stcadv nt 92c. Wheat dull nnd
heavy; primo No. 2, Milwaukee, nllont ut
$1 C8; No. '., Chicago, SI 55; winter red
nnd iimbor western, $1 'J52 00; white do
$2 05. Ryu dull. Barley quiet. Corn
lower; new" western, Cj'fflCCc; old in stnn1,
Circle; nfloat, 05fTi'fiijcj yellow, iiJSCr!.
uais iicavy and a suaUu easier; now west
ern, mixed, r.'.'fflSSJe; old lu stori, &"c;
white, &2ft:'.j. Sunar fairly active. Collee
unchanged. Molasses unchanged. Pork
Urmer; mess, prlmo mecs, ill :;
rVpril, . Sin. Beef dull nnd unchanged;
mess. OCTllJc; extra, 12(7ftl31e. Shoulders,
t.Jc; hams, U(lUc; middles, short clear,
8c, long cloar,"7c; long nnd short clear,
ijc. j.tru unsullied; western ticim,
7-iuc; keitk1, Bi(-i;3 y-iec.
N;:w Orleans", Fob. 21. Flour In fair
demand; X.C $7 255i3 50(5 0 371; family
S10 (W5JU 50. Corn declined. Oats
52c. Bran quiet, $1 25. Havdull: primo
$2.VS, 27. Pork firm, $11 76; D S meats
meats 0, 7J()72c; bacon dull, lity'lc;
hnni 12c. Card quiet; tlercn PfpSJe; keg
'(ii;91o. Sugar dull anil unchanged. .Mo.
liifsos qule'l; inferior fermenting 40c;
primo G0T?5Ic. Whiskey 0l(o,07e. CoSeo
firm, 18f7'2')c. Sterling 2tjc; sight J pre
mium. Gold It?. Cotton in moderate
de.nand; irood cotton scarce; sales 6,000;
good ordinary liv, mldilling Orleans
lOji-; ri-ceipts rtl,218j oxpnrts stock 200,-Ci',3.
A HORRIRLE TRAGEDY EN
ACTED IN MINNESOTA.
LETTERS FROM THE WOMAN AND
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
liNc nnd Fall ot the
For 21 ltoiir endlnc" p. m.,
M AI ION.-.
Fort BmU in;.., .
Davenport . . ..
1. ttli Rock
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOI.
LAH FIRE IN NEW YORK
HIN1CINO OF TUB BTKAM P.K llLAfiOOW.
St. Louis, Fob. 21. A privatedlspatcU
recoived to-day from Rayou'Sara, Louisi
ana, reports tho sinking of tho steamer
Glasgow, and says sbo will bo it total loss,
Tho point at which sbo sunk Is not stated
but it is supposed sbo was lit Red river
when tho disaster occuroJ, aa sbo loft horo
for Sbrovoport on tho 10th Inst. Her
cargo was valued ut $75,000, fully insured
lo St. Louis ofllcos. No hull insuranco
on tho boat, but the freight list was in
sured for 8,000. Tho steamor Is ownod
by Wm. LaMotte, her captain!
Nr.w York, Fob; 24. A lire broko out
in tho Pennsylvania railroad . ojl shop ttiU
morning, wbiuit spread to a row of houses
adjoining, destroying property valued nt
Nr.w Yokk, Feb. 21. Money light
acd loaned high ns l-Npor day, nnd in
terest, closing 7l-32. March interest
disbursements by treasury, which began
to-day, will amount 5,000,000 dollars.
Sterling dull, 83(,8i. Some demand for
remittances of 10-10s coupons to European
holders. Gold declined from Mi to HJ,
closing 14114J. Loans 37 per cent.
Clearings 42,000,000. Treasury disburse
ments 801,500. Governments quiet, but
closed strong nt bast prices of to-day.
Stato bonds dull and steady, and there
has boon considerable activity on railroad
llrst niorteatros. Central Pacific Stock
strong, 1SJ; Union Pacific 045(505
Cs of '81, 181; 5-20s of 'C2, 15'.; of 'C4;
15 J; of '05, IC; 6-20s now of '05, 142; 5-20a
of '07 10; do of 03 ICR newes 13-j; to
10j, 14J; curroncy Cs, 14J.
Washington, Feb. 21. Probnbllitie3-
On Tuesday for Eastern states continued
Northwost winds with rising tumpora
turo. For tho Middle stntes diminishing
northwest winds nnd rising temperature
For tho South Atlantlo states continued
low temperature, with northwost winds,
veering to northeast during tho day, with
lijlng temperature on 'luosiiay nigni
In Texas and northward to tho Missouri
valley easterly wind, cloudy nnd threat
cnlng weather; From Kentucky to tin
Gulf coast northwest winds yoerlng to
northeastward, rising liunpcraturo from
Upper Lakosto Dakotah.
Sr. Louih, Fob. 25. Flour dull nnd
Wheat flat! lower No 2 spring
Ml. K.il full .NO J SI I Old) I ou,
.. A iif lor Luvurs -o uiixeii
noii, v whltu 4Uo. Oats dull; No
l! mixed 28k. IJarley unchanged. Ryo
dull and drooping; No'2 (2CBo. Pork
firm. Slit &U13 70; shoulders 5c; O ,11
6?(7ii7c: fi S UisOle, packed bacon strong;
hams 12(a18c. Lard Huadp, priniu tem
S7 35. lliuuwlncs dull, tyu. sjniiie no
tivo and firm; fair to choice beove 4JCc;
ditto feeccrs $i C54 i5. Hogs ranged
SI' 80, BtllK saius "Wli uvjto
U. III . I1AI. .l.l I .
,b-crvcr Cis. St-r. I'. .S. A.
St. Louis. Feb. 21. Arrived: Forn-lho
nnd Tom .Uupor from Now Orlennt; Robb,
lower Mississippi. Departed: None. Rtvcr
falling slowly und full of ice. Boats de
clined to receive freight to-day, and navi
gation was virtually suspended. callier,
to-night, much milder, and it ij thought
tho ice will soon run out.
LouisviLLL. Fob. 24. River falling
ono foot per day; 15 feet scant in tha canal;
3 feet in tho chute. uathcr clear nnu
cold. Mercury 4 to 20. Business light.
Arrived: Mary Ujvngo nnd barges from
St. Louis. Departed: Mary Davago for
Pittsburg; H. S. Turner from NuwOr-
levns to Cincinnati, passed up In. t night.
Nashvillk, rob. a i. itivcr lulling
and tho weather clear and cold; plenty of
water on Hariieth shoals for any class of
steamboat'. Arrived: John I.itmsdcn,
Cairo. Departed: John Lamsden, for
Cairo; Lawrence, Cincinnati; Exchange,
Pittsburg; Ada Hcilmnn, EviiiisvUle.
EvaXsVILLK: rob. 'Ji. Ulenr till noon;
since, cloudy and cold. Mercury 12 to ilo.
River inllon 4 inches. Arrivou: J'ltiesiine,
Orion nnd Favotto. Departed! J no. Kil-
goio and Morning Star; Nick Longworth
for Howling Ureen; Aiasna, liouo ernon,
Mnry Anient una siivermorno.
PiTTKnur.o. Fob. 21. Monongnhcla Is
receding ono foot per day; 7 feet In chatt
el. Wei'ther modornting. Tho Oil Vnl-
ley wns raised yesterday and goes on tho
dry docks for repairs, her hull Is but littlo
damaged, but her uppor works nro badly
broken up. Tho V. ! llion wnicii
was sunk at tho samo timo ns tho Oil Vnl-
loy, is a total wreck. Coal boats belong
ing to A. iv J. wnison ium woro sunic
yesturday ut tho bond of horso tall ripple,
contained '22,000 bushels, will bo
saved. Tho coal tows nro gotting nlong
well f'r "s hoard from. Arrived : Julia
from .Tnesvillc; Littlo Want and tow or
empty bnrgej. Stolla with tow of coal
laid up nt llabb's island. Sam Roberts
nnd 8 empty barges laid up
at Bcllairo, as weather 19 getting
warm. Departed: Julhi, Zanesvillo; Cut
rlo Ilrooks, Whcollng; Mollio Moore, St.
I.ouia. Thorn is considorablo ico running
in both tho Allnishney nnd Monongahela
rlvors. Lock No J has been ropnrcu.
No 5 Is still out of order, but work will bo
Cincinnati. Ohio, rob. 24. Arrived
Juniata and Emma Graham, Pittsburg;
R. 11, Hudson, Wheeling; Mollio Khcrl,
Now Orleans. Fred Wilson nnd Tom
Rocso with coal from Pittsburg to St.
Louis passed. Clour weather and much
Nkw OttLKANf, Fob. 24. ArrlvoJ;
Thompson D"nn, Sherlock. Cincinnati;
Henrv Ames. C tv of Cairo. J II Jni.nson
Atlantic nnd bargns, St. Lnnis; Ashland
Arkansas river. Dcpnrlod: City of Alton,
Gloncoc. St Louis. Wcnthur clear and
ViCKsmTita. Fid). 21. Down: Hollo
Lee. Richmond. John B .Maud. Up: City
of Ou nnv. wontiuir cioar aim cooi.
Special Telegram to the Chicago TliiH'i
Watrkoa, Mlnn.,Feb. 18, via Minne
ai'OLIh, Minn., Fob. 21. 1 havo to-day
witnessed it sjeno nlmotttoo horriblo to re
cord. A German woman, Mrs. Buser, resi
dent of this town, wns last week brought
betoru thu grand jury on a charge of adul
tery. Sha Imd fur two years beon living
Willi a man not her husband, by thu namo
of Hull', but tho Jury were unablo to in
dict her. From tbu written statements
which sbo left behind it nppeAM she sup
posed thai both sho nnd Hull" wrru indicted,
and dulormlned to eicapu thu conscquonccs
in this world by hurrying into tho next.
TItK sCB.VK of tiii: TISAOEIIV.
It was this morning reported that tho
homo in which thoy had lived was lock
ed, and that Kill! could bo scon from tho
window lying on his faco near tho bed,
mi J that tho blood was plainly visible
upon tho sido of tho bed, but nothing
could bu Seen or heard of the woman or
hur child. Tho coroner was immediately
notified, and 1 accompanied him to tho
scene of the tragedy. Finding tho houso
fastened upon tho inside, wo broko In
the door, and thcro tlie
Presented ltulf. Ruff wns lying on thu
lloor Svith his faco down in a pool Of
blood, with his throat cut, nnd upon the
bed near him lay Mrs. Buser, with her
bead almo.t literally suvorcd from her
body, thu gash extending to her right
shoulder, uud so far mutilating tho joint
as to expose tho cntiro end nnd surfaco of
tho iiumun bone, in ncr loll arm lay
TIIK LITTLK OIUL, ANNUS,
Only two yoars old. with her throat cut.
On tho body of tho woman lay tho horrid
butchorknilo that did the work. Upon
tho door, written in German, was an ex
pression of regret that the othor daughter,
.Minnie, who was at school, coulu not go
with her, nnd stated that sho walled for
her. till 12 o'clock. Tho little girl camo
from school U 4 o'clock, but was unablo to
gain Hilmlttanco and went away. Tho in-
ferenco Is that tho deed was committed
yesterday afternoon, between the hours of
12 o clock and 4.
Upon tho tabic wero suvural state
ments in writing, mado partly Uv her
self und partly by Run", intended to ox-
plain tins Itmblo nllalr. Unu ot tucm
was as follows:
" Lot nobody chargo this deed to Huff.
John Dcdrlrk'lind Alfxcndcr Buser drove
him to It. T follow li'm cheerfully, aud
thereby tho world shall seo that our" affec
tion was sincere Aknii: Rittei:.''
His statement was ns follows :
" Alex. Buser und John Dcdrick aro
tho murderers of dear Annlo. Sho was
ready to die, and I .sworo I would follow
her. God will judgo, und tho world will
set rlcht. A. Kurr."
On tho next sido of thu samo "sheet was
written as follows:
"Good bye, dear children ; your falbor
should havo iioipcd me. lou, my poor
beloved, bolovcd Minnie, follow your
mother us soon as you can. This world is
a bard place. My soul tiles to you in
death. Curso not your pour, unfortunnto
On the samo sheet was wrltton ns fol
''My beloved Annio has mado up her
mind to dio rather than bo dragged around
lu law, nnd ntlorwnrd laughui at and
On another sheet was a letter to a lady
in Wisconsin, ns follows :
"UJar Jlinn'.e, Hear tno last painiui cry
of.your friend. By tho timo you rccolvo
this I shall boboforo my heavonly judgo.
I havo beon fronzlcd to death. 1 beg of
you, If possible, to nllow my poor Minnio
to comu to you. .1 plead tor this. You
know that ut tho timo of bor birth I had
a bud warning. My timo is short. I suf
fer n pang for my children that is awful.
iluugo not; you Know inai i iovo my
children, and always would lovo them
could 1 bo pormittcd. Yours, ANNIE."
Tho woman suoms to uavo uressea nor-
self for tho deed. Sho woro her night
clothes, nil porfectly clean nnd "hito ex
cepting whoro nicy woro sniuraicu v.uu
Showed thnt Ruff killed tho child llrst, and
then tha mother, himself standing by tno
sido of tho bod ,nnd thoy lying upon it.
Ho woro no boots, and his stockings being
saturated with blood loft his tracks all
ovor tho room nnd otiteido of tho door. Ho
scorns then to havo boltod tho door und to
havo gotten into bod with
THE MUHDEKED WOMAN ami liiu.o,
For iho foot of tho bed win Moody from
hit feet. He seems then to havo arranged
hor ;lolhos docently, put tho child us if
sweetly sleeping in tho woman's luft arm,
cut ms OWN TIinOAT.
In his death-strucclo. ho must havo
rolled from tho bed und struck upon his
faco, in which position ho died. Hor raco
woro tho look of a feeble, enrowurn,
brokon-heartei womnn, ono who had lived
a sad nnd comfortless life, only to bo mur
dered nt last.
Was ajsweet, fair-faced babe, nil dressed
for its burial. Its littlo bosom was red
with blood to tho waist, nnd its hands
convulsively clasped ns in tho ngonlos of
donth. It was altogether a sad and awful
spectacle. May it bo long boforo I shall
LO COIIipOllUU ll) WlllU'til llliumui,
Of tho coroner's Jury was in accordanco
with tho facts herein stated.
l oll HIE I'KItMANKNT Cl'ItK UP
CHILLS AM) FEVER. DUMB AGUE
UK ANY FORM OF INTERMIT
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
There am no dieacs ?o debilitating In
their elt'ectn Upon the constitution r the
above, and none more rfirlicult to euro by
the unul moilo of practice. The Fever and
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tint liniL'ett "funding an well as prove a pre
venthe in the forming singes or the diseased
Bclug purely vegetable, they act with cer
ta.nty on the lU'case, totally eradicating It.
from the yli'in. and present a return at
any future period.
Why wuMe your money and health In try
tmr i vory iiiudlcliie you hear of, when
TliiinipMm'n Fever nnd Auo Fowdein have
Hover tailed to cure tho Chills In any case.
REASONS WHY THEY ONLYSHOULD
Their reputation U crtablNhprl. Thou
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allowing that lhce powders have pertortnctl
imraclei In curing i;;ich of long Mandilig,
nuny of them con-Idercil hnpeleM.
Thcro Is uo risk in tuking them. They
contain nothing Injurious, and, therefore,
none nl the lingering dlcuc no often th
result of the many notrumi of the day.
Phynlcians recommend them as superior to
quinine or any other known remedy, for
thev leave the xtstem In u healthy tate, and
the patient beyond tho probability of a re
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THOMPSON'S FEVER AND AGUE POW
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