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OFFICE, BTTIiLZHJTIXT 33 U XilDXiT C3-, COE. 12TH S?HBBT A-JSTD WAaHIlTOTOIT AVBWtTB.
JOHN U. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
(MM. ILLIJOtS, THUMDIY. MAOI G. 1373.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
I'llFJUtYTKitl AN TiHth Street.
Treadling, Habbath nt !.) a.m. and 7) p.m
rrayrr mucllrut, Wednesday ai i) p. m.
ililmtli Ki liool. !! n.m. J. M. Lnnmlfn. Hu
pcrllitrlule.nt, IlKV. 11. TllAVICII, Pastor
Mr'.TIIOtllBT.-Cor. Eighth anil Walnut 8ts
Pre aelilnir. HahliK1! tit 104 a.m.. and 7 1). m
Prayer incrtlm;, W ilneilay,7 p.m.
FabliaUi Hfli'Mi), 8. i.m. I.. W. Stlllwtll,
tiiitwrintenUrnl. Itstv. F. L. TuoKreoN,
CIIUI1C11 OF THE BEDEKMEB (Eplsco-
ilimilnc prayers. Rabbalu 101 "
Kvriilnic pruyem, 71 p.m.
fcabhath School, Va.in.
Iticv. E. Cony, Itcctor,
ST. PATlttCK'8 CUURCH-Nlnth St. and
W uMiliituM a untie.
1'til.llc run ice. Sabbath 8:10 and 101 D1-
psprra, 7 p.m.
Sslii.alli School, 'J p.m.
bttvlcu every ilay, 8 a.m.
Itrrv. I. .1. O'IIallorax, Prlott.
T. .lOSKI'll'S UllUltCII.-fOcrinau,) tor
tier til Walnut aud Cross streets.
la, cury Sal.butli at In o'clock a. m.
Vesper, 2 p. ui.
Mas tlurltn; week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
Itev. 0. IIokfman, Priest.
street between vVashliitftuu Avcuuu ami
U ul.iut street. ....
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath gehool at '.! o'clock p.m.
Kkv. llon'T. lltamu, Pastor.
YOt'NU MEN'S C11IUST1AN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular iticullng second Monday
each month ul their room out Rockwell
A CVa bookntorc, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer lucitiiife', Friday, 7J p.m. at
tliu room. ...
L. W. 8TILl.wr.LL, President.
SECOND MISSIONAIIY BAPTIST
ClIUKUIl. Corner Syeamore and tuny
Ilr.t btreuta. Preaching sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. mid 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday acliuol 1 o'clock p. m.
Tliu cliurcli i connected with tlio Illinois
A.ociatlou, by tlio First MWIouury Hap-
list t.liurcli ol Cairo.
lU.v. siiMMu.s Leoxaiui, Pa-tor.
A Fill CAN .METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Hen Ices. Sabbath, It a.m.
Ha'diath School. Ij p.m.
CI i- meet at S p.m.
SEcUND I'll KB WILE HAPTIST'-Klf-
.ciitb aircct., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service habbath. 1) mill ,'1 p, m.
ItK.v. N. ItiotB, Pastor.
KitEE WIl.E HAP' 131' HUME MISSION
s.YllllATII bClllUi-. Corner Walnut
and Cellar Mrcets.
Sabbath School, U a.m.
f IlLVF KHEE WILL BAPTIST C11UUC11
Sen lee), Sabbath 11 a.ni.,3p.m. 1:71p.m.
ItKV. WM. IlKLLKY, Paxlur.
FIltST MISSIONAItV UA1TIST C11UKC11.
-Cedar, bclwceu Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 10J a,m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday ctenlng.
Sabbath school, 11 p.m. John Vanllaxter
aud Mary Stephens, Supertntuudeiit.
Itisv. T. J. sHortr.n, Pastor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHUHCll-Kourteeiith
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptist church recugultcd by tlie As
sociation. fccnlcea, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m.and 7 p.m.
Kkv. Jacoii IIiiahlkv, Elder.
CAlItO 'COMIANDEKY, No. 13. Stated
AM-einbl) ul the Arylum .Mtconlc Hall, hrat
und third .Muiiilaj n In each mouth.
JAIliO COUNCIL, No. il. Itrgular Omvo.
cation at Mai ulo Hall, the necuud Friday
III each mouth.
CAIUO CHAl'l'Elt No. 71.-lleiruiar Con-
vocation at MaMjule Hall, on Uiu third
Tut-Kilay ol eNtry inolith,
C'AUIO EODUE, So. iJi t'.Jt A. M. llegu-
lur Conimiiiilctlunpi at MaMiulu Hall, tlie
uecoud and lourth .Moiid.iyii ol each mouth.
ALI-CANDEIl LUDOE, Meet" In Od.L
Kcllow.' Hall, lu Artcr'. Uulldluf, every
Tbur.day eveuluK at a o'clock.
Oovernor Itlchard J, Ogle.by.
Lleutenaut-Uoeruor .Juhu L. IlovfriJe.
Secretary ol Slate George II. Harlow.
Auditor or Statu C. E. Lipiilucott.
State I'reaniror Camper Ituiz.
Attorney General .) uiiiei K. Ediiall
Supl. l'ubllu Instruction Newtou liateman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
'Teprcrentatlvo Tor the StateatLarge S.
L. l!e undue.
Ueprewutatlvo Thirtocntli District .lohn
MEMHEIIS OENElTAL ASSEMHLY.
Itepre.elitutlUM In the Mlth illnt-lct
Jolm II. Oberly, Win. A. Lemma aud ilatli
ew J. Inn-ore.
Senator lor the BmrdMrict. Jesue Ware.
JiulM D. l. Ilaker, or Alexander.
8L'tn' Ationif) l'utrlck U. l'opo.
Clerk It. S. Yocum.
SherlU-A. II. In In.
Wni. Martin .Vi-ewwir and Treasurer.
COUNT V COUHT.
Judge F. 1Im.
A"jciaici ,i. i.. jiccnto and s. MarclilN
Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Uo.Mnan.
Mayor .lohn M. Laimilrii.
Trcaurer-lt. A. CiinnliiKlinm.
Ciiuipt roller E. A. Iluruelt.
Clcik Mlihael llowley.
Marshal Andrew Culn.
Attorney . U. pope.
Police MattLlralua Uroia and U. SLatl
Chlel of PolliHi.. H. Mycin.
Mayor John M. Ltuiaden.
Klrsl Ward P. U. Scluih.
Second Ward C. II. Woodward.
llllll 1, M, I, MW. tlllll.
THE WAR IN NEW ORLEANS
SHARP FIGHT BETWEEN
THE MILITIA AND
MAN KILLED AND SEV
D0INOS AROUND TH v, WHITE
rR EVIDENT RECEIVES
EE W CALLS.
LIE APPOINTS A NEVV P1UVATE
CONGUF.S I)NM. NOMINATIONS
ETC., El C,
Fourth Ward S. StiuiU Taylor,
IIO.Mlll OF AI.DKK.MKN.
"day und D.
Flrnt Ward -Jamoa Hearden, A. B. Saf
lord, Isaac Walder.
Second Ward-Il. 11. Cunningham, E. uu.
der, O. Stancel, James Swayue.
Third Ward Wm. Strattou, J. II. Phlliu.
Fourth Ward-Jnu. 11. Uohiusou, U. U.
eaue, J. II. Mutcalf.
II. WARDNER, M. D.
oiuvu mm ,i-piui'fll'U lit LUlllloci vimi uiu
nuc, (uc.t door to ihu Aihciicum)
DR. B.C. TAUER,
Will resume the practice ol his profonslon
with especial relerence to the electrics
treatment ol dlseusen in all the uew and liu
piiiMil tuethcdH of upplication.
In all cane of emale complalnta a lady
will be In attendance.
UtUce, 128 Commercial avenue, up lUlrs.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
I KK!IHM;K N". til Thirtrcmh itreot, b.
V tttrcu WHshlnainn avKaiital WhIduI trcrl.
OiHcb U OoiniurilalTnu, up Ulri.
ix nr niiMWIVll t n
V j'uiiiiinu i't u
OKHIPKNCK-eoraerNtnlh and Walnut tla,
jTiOrtH" ooidci -nth .treel aol Ohio lToe.
Offloe hour. fr(.pi a a.m. to 11 m , and p.m
n. 8. DRIUHAM, M.D
Ilomfop.ilhlo I'hyslilan and eurK'orr, Of.
Moo 13tl Coiumerclal avenue. Kenldenre on
Tenth itraet, Uirii deon wet of 0. K.
WrPCDLICA V yoMINATIOK.
llAinruni, .Mnrcli 6. Tliu ItvpuMitan
noimtiation in tlio Ir.t ciinret-lorial di-
trict to-dny reniinilnaleil J. It Huwley fur
cinp;riMi, by uccUinHll.in. H loliillem
warmly cnmm-ndini; bit Hctiou In con
gre, nnd condemn in legiiutnM of all
rtle. coiicurned in tlio Ur dit MoMlir
onrruptlon and in unwnrrantahlo increaie
oftaUriu w,-ru unnniinixitly pnsnd.
VCM CltATIC 01II.SATIO.V.
The Driui.rat of th Firt congrin-
lotiul district nominated S. I Kendall lor
Cinruti, ite(olutiu weru atioptcd di
njunoing corruptinn inacoogreii.
Was-mnotox, March 5. The prcildcnt
received very few vi.llora to-day, but re-
ceived several military organizitions. who
ctnu to py their r-pecl, and reviowed
other, from a (land lacing Lafayelto
The prciiJ.(dt to-day promoted Lovl
, LikMy ul IlllnoU, to bi 111. private
ecretary, U. 13. Snitfjn, aitlttaiil private
ecrelary, and (). L. Prudon executive
ulerK. IIihio nromutloni ure in accord
nnco with tliu principles of civil-iurvlue
TUS WCST PiISTT CADJTS
Drew iinmeiite crowds tliu morning to
witnuu their drill on 1'enniylVatiia are
AfHTANT &KC1KTART ltlCHARDS N.
New Yox, .March 4. A ipecinl frnni
Waihlngti.ii to tlio ' Exprr-si ' statei thtl
Atiialniit lj.crvlary Uichard.on tay that
no action bat been taken in rjtlon to tlio
forty-four millions dollar bill. TLo mat
ter remaim precisely a it did before.
Tlio tecretary (till cUimi the right to
Inuo tlio whola amnul whenever necetiary.
iNDtAtrar iLIS, .March 6. The tenale
to-day passed a concurrent tetolution in
ttructini; tlm tcnatora and requesting the
rnpreientatiret in congrett to oppose the
paKao of the bil' by congrett to compel
p luliiberiuf weekly nHWipariert to propy
postago in u untiet where they ate pub
lishod The bill to prohibit public officers
from accepting railroad pane was indifl
W isuihanm, Match 6 The only Im
medialK clungo in tbo cabinet will butcc
leta'y ol tbo treatury, aliuuM tbo present
incumbent be elected to th.i seuato of ihu
United ritatet. Tliu opiumn lLat the
pre'idrnt tie, d not renuimiii.t'1 tbo present
c ibinet for uoiitiriiiaiuiii tv mo umato is
tlrenglbeiied by tliu lact Mint nil of tbem
were at their respective departments to
day, sttur.ding to their olUuiul duties, and
it it mid by gentlemen in executivu pott
tiont, that no tuch ru-noininaiiou will Lu
New OitLKANa, Marjh 6. Sovenlh pro
ciuct station Was quietly taken potjosilon
ol latl i.igul liy tho MuLCnry iniliiiu, no
retistnnco was otlered by tho Mulropolitant
on duly, and no etTort hat been nude to
day to displacu the militia. Il it undor
stood funlur agi;ruttivu movut will bo
m.du by tho militia to-night. For twenty
tijuaret tn-night only olio rulieu was found
on duty. They have beou callud from ihu
bunts und concurtruied above, near Ale
tiik war is nitauK.
New OitLEt.sa, March 6. At nboul
Inuf-paul ninu o'clock lo-llighl a squad of
perhapa Ulty men uttavked tbo thud pre
cinct tiring into ihu building. They
By the police, but Were ouicklv rvinfurcod
by abnui 3lu men, 'Ihetu weru attacktd
by Oen. Uudger, with uboui two hundred
policem.n and pieco ofniiilUry, and f.,r
about live minutes a sharp
It A I'lLH or UUbUKTRV
Ensued, lloth parties maintained their
position during this time, but at tbetecond
discharge of tliu artillery tho
Turouj-h Jauktoii tqunre, and lia fan hour
latorlho policu relieved their comrades,
who remained during the co. Diet within
tho bul.dmg. Ouo man, a Jjr. Ilurtman,
And several wounded.
Halt Lake, March 0. Tba Inaupural
address of President Grant il received I
with a oxpreMion uf favor ly all parties. I
ELECTION OF BOARD OF DI-
JiECTOR.S Ol- THE
AN INTER KSTING DISPATCn
10 THE MEETIN0
TERMS OP PEA OF. OFFERED TO
THE MO 110 3 IIYTHE PEACE
JAY COOKE N't .V IHKK BY THE
, L'A fcV.'IN OLE. .
ktaxley's aoewt adjc.vdb.
ClIICAOt, March o. Henry M. tanlry
reports thlt morning tbn ubacoiidinij nf his
agxtit, A. M. DorliimJ, with nearly ShOO,
the proceeds of bit Sunday evening lecture.
Tne u. p. n. u.
Boston, Mirch Tho annual mooting
of thu Unioti PaciQc rullroad it in session
hTo to lay. A cuucji of tliu pteient
board of director and stock-holders was
held before thu meeting, nnd was tome
tiniu in agreeing on candidates for tbu
now board, thu Ames in-trest opposing
any further conces-ioti lo New York, or
C'Urk't party, than already havu been
tiiHdo. On tho tlck-bolder assembling
for butiiiett, ihu president read tbu fol
WA.MIIr.OT0X, March 3.
To Hon. Qoraco F. Clara :
Dkah iiiR In view ul thu recent action
ci tno liiiusu ol representatives, wulub
would teem In deel luvlnv a numb r ut
cungrert, Uucauso III sulI-iIUureit, coUld
i.ut voto with ovoii a '.arm coal on hu
hack, or in other wi.idt, that tliu
hoUs must bu rojriuigj tieroaf.er
liom l tin bltns-housut of ihu
(Ointrt, I Invu ordered lo bo
to,d s small number of sharet 1 bavu held
III Union I'aCiUo railroad, puiposely to
render nil sell inelliglbl - lo your board of
directors. I'leuo also say to tliu nueinbled
sluck-tioldirt. thai 1 have. dinualitiii my
self lor re-election buca'Jttt 1 am a mem
ber Of tho next ciiirett, and becautu bere
afiur 1 intend to bu tree lo
open my uimith without any tut
plciun i ( si If interest, and lo act
and vole as my Judgment diet tie-, whereas
for tome years put I have often withheld
my viiH wbtti. tlio common Interests ut thu
government and thu road demanded an
attlruialivu Volu and an er.gri;elic tpuech,
(indeed, tnn interestt of thlt ureal covern
meiil and this L'reat road, tliu greatest en
InrpriiH of tho world for ten Lvnturiet, hth
ti identical, thnt 1 am quite turulthall
nv-r Und utio in conflict wiib thi other),
tiierefore, I thtll jumy defend botb Irum
Signed James Brooks.
JAY COOKn SOT SWINDLED.
New Yoiik, March 6. In answer to a
cable inquiry made last night, Jay Cooke
i Co. bavu received a dlipitcli Irom Jay
Cook, McCulluugh & Co. of I. union,
Ituling Ibat thoy havo sustained no lots or
liability to loio through thu foreriet al
luded to in thu preii telegrams of thit
mornini;. t?o far at is understood, tho
Bank of c'ngland appears to be the only
loter by thu fortunes, tin. precito nature
and extent of which have not been known
by thu bank. Tbu above Urm alto received
a dispatch from London cautioning them
i i daaiing in foreign exchange and to be-
waro of furgei bills in circulation.
avahsah, .March 5 Alien Jono,
biok-keeper of tho S unburn Bink of
Georgia, it n dvifauller to tho amount of
THETICtlM T5U TUG MOUOCS.
F.am FriAci-co, jltrchS A dijpatch
roceivud from Ftirchild via Yreka,
stites thai El jib Stuelo left I ero yestur
diy morning with Instructions from tbo
peace commissioners to otl'jr thu Modocs
thu following terms a a bans of peace;
First Surrender as prisoner of war to
General Canby, and to receive, full am
tictly for pattacts; Second-To bu removed
to Ang.ii island, anil there clnthud,
fed und sbultered as soldiers
or till a permanent homo in somo warm
country may bu found, perhaps Arizona;
Third To bu fenl.itlothed aud sheltered in
thuir new homu till such tiniu as lliey may
bu ablu lo mainliin tliemtelvet, their wo
men and children, and lo recnivo transpor
tation to Angel island, and ihuuco to their
Can by it ol ilio opinion ho can promise
Oipt. Jaok and somo nf bis
head men permit-ion to visit tbu presi
dent. Tho iuterv'ow in tbu evening with
tho Indians was very unsatisfactory,
tiehonichim was qullu hostile in manner.
Capt. Jack and 6'J warriors were present
at Ihu council, odd of, whom Were
strangers lo Steele. After tbu council,
Bear Faced Charlie told dtuula not to
sleep in his bed, us ihero Wat dangur of
bis safety and hu wuuld lookout for enemies,
Charlie, sal by tjU bed till niurnliiir,
tjclKiniclii.il was chief speaker Uu is quite
vicious in' tone und manner, After be had
done Capt. Jack niailo a
And tho warrior's hat was removed from
hi bead. Twenty-three warriors wero
presented only at t iu morning council.
Jack und tichnnichiin claimed that these
weru all thu warriors they bad, nut think
ing they had been counted the evening be
foro. They finally proposed that If they
could be loll inlhu Lavik Bod und thej past
WUULD MAKE PEACE,
And wanted Alenciiain and Applogate to
como to them to-morrow to shake h iiult
and conclude posce. It Is quits evident
thy Intended treachery to tbete men.
Tbey did not want Cummitiioner K it
but said tlmy cn ild come if tlmy pleated
BCAtl i'AC'D CIlAaLIP.
Yantftd to tett'.o inatlor and getaway,
and behaved like a white roan. This is
all Uio commltttiinar will allow Air.
Steele to mak public
Pabtb, March fl.-A dltpuleh from Al
giers Buys tuvon hundred French troopi
under Dude DuCbarrot were surrounded
In the extreme south of Algiort by
10,000 Arabs. Thry were in Imiaent dan
ger of cnpturn. R inforccmonts bare
been dlipalchud to the bet'eed troop,
but it was fuaro'l tbey w aid bo too
ynnuT T.1S SWt3LC.
toMicr.a' Jjurch a. Tliu. Lin. Hint of tho
lato frauds on the Umk of England It
placed at 'J,)OJ,0JJ. An attHinpt It made
tj keep the details acret. Tho cleric un
der arrest, named Norrii, is an ArnoriCan,
and protctts bit innocenro. Thu iwindlo
was perpetrated through the pretenco of
introducing the Pullman palacu cart on
0 feet 3 Inches in the chum. Buslnei ac
live. Cloudy and moderate Mercury
ranged 13 to 10 and nunc. A ureal dual
or nw lee is floating. Arrived: Mollie
Elort, Cincinnati, .Mullio Moore, Pitts
bu iti mi J. llale, Mary Ann, tjimpton,
i'u uornar, new uriount. ueparlea:
Mullio Ebnrt. NewOrl-ant: UnlllnMnnra
Su Louis; the Sam J. Uate It at the font of
ihecinm waiting till the mad It dredged
out which will probably be by noon tomorrow.
IltLLsnoitn, III"., Jfarch C Hon.
Hiram llountrec, one of the oldest JtJg,
as well as citiZ"n, of Central Illinois,
died hero to-day in tho 73th year of ois
Vahiinoton, March 6 Probabilities
For Wednetday in New England winds
hacking to couth wont and south and rising
temperature. For Middle states southerly
wind, falling baro.nelcr, increasing
cloudiness. For South Atlantic und Gulf
state toiithea'terly winds and cloudy
weather, with rain on Western Oulf and
possibly on South Atlantic coast. From
Ohio v.ily north wett over lake region
falling baroniete', Increasing n.uthcasierly
winch nnd cloudy and threatening
New York, March 4 Money cloted
during the early hours of tho day, whn
call loan i ranged from l)-32 to 8-32 and
easier feeling prevailed In the afternoon
and the rain gradually declined Irom 1-10
to 4 par cent, at close. Sterling flrmer
closint; 7(2,8 ; gold ttrnni: ranging from
15 to lo, closing I3I5. Loans 7 per
CenL for carryings. Clearings B'J,000,000.
Treasury disbursements 11.700. Govern
ments dull and steady. Storks flrmer.
Coupon 0 of -SI, 18 ; 6.20 of 02, -151
r -04. 151 : of .65. Id) ; new nf Ci, 1 1";
or -r7. l"o; nf 08, 10; new 5t lsj,
ltMUs 11 ; curroncy C, 13
Illne and Fall ol the Rivers
For 21 hours eullugO p. m., March B, 1S73.
St. Paul ... .
Leaven worth. .
Kukilk ... .
LuciNvlllu ., ,,
Vlckbura ... ,
Shrek eport ...
Nu-litille .. ..
New Orleans.. .
Little Itock ...
Fort Smith ...
u.wm w. HAit.Ncrr,
observer Cig. der. U. S. A.
Evanville, March 4 Clear and
milder; meiciiry '2.' to 46. Itivur fallen a
feel. Up: IJlowild, Wild Duck and
barges, ThomptiD U.aii, Fayeiiu, John
Wooj. Djwh: .M,.rp Houston, Orey
Kagle, Mary Amuiil aud CJ uckttep. Bus
iiuss activu. All boats have all lUuy wain
ul goid rales.
Sr. Lout, March 5. Arrived; Empe
ror. Pilt-liurg; Clinton, Memphis. Lie
parted: City of Qiiiuy, New Orleaut;
CapililCity, Vicksourg. River s tatioliary.
Weaihur cluar and tuild, and icu thiuiiiug
N AfiiviLLE, March 6.-Uivcr falling
slowly wuh I'.' feet scant on Harpuln
shoals. Weather fair and more moderate.
Arrived: Parkuri-villu and John S. Hrunt
rd, Upper 0 JiliberlmiU. Heliariad
Ty ron i , Ci-iro.
Cinui.n.natii, March 5 Tho steamer
Palua.iim struck a pier of tlio railroad
bridge ul Ditiville, Tunnersoa river, list
uighl and sunk. Shu bad a full load from
Cincinnati, March 5. River 15 feet 0
Inoliis and lulling. Arrived: J V Gar.
relt, Tennetsee river. UuparluJ: J V
Girault, New Orleaut; Cliarnier, Evau
villr; Liwrencu mid Andy Uauii Mem
phis; It o J in st 11 11, New Orleans.
New i uiLs-anm .March 6. No arrlvalt.
Departed: J Kilgour for Cincinnati,
VicKinuao, March B Diwn; Mary
Forryth, Paragoiid ai.d liinnarck, Up:
tS S L'lwis, Ciiludial, Nortiiwetiiirn and
Co'iimnuweallb. Weather clear and cool.
PlTTdliUKO. March 6.- Monongahola
roiediug iiowly; scant 3 f-et II inches
Weather Ins buuu cold during da; iner-
cury naught this morning; 24 ibis evening.
llivurs clutcu yel,
MKMfil a, March 6. Clear and plot ant.
River lnlliiiL'. Amved: Pat Clehurn,
I White river; Gko. Cliutk, Arkautai river.
l'ptrtia: loliiJ itper ana u a. tamer,
New Orleans; Colorado, Vicksbur; St.
Joe. Great Republin, Henry Allies and
Iticlimiii l, St. Liut; City ol Cairn, Louis,
ville; l'robasco, Oiuoiiiuaii; Boufveil,
Litixk Rook, March 6.-Clnar and
plta.anl weather, River fallinc Ofeet hy
thu gunge around Ft. Gibson from Ft.
(smith, Departed; Mary Miller, above.
LoumviLLis. March 5. River fallen 0
buitruugh or Cat to coma to Lava lied inches aud stilt falling; 7 feat lu the canal;
Nr.w Y'ouk, March 1. Flour dull and
unchanged. Wheat dull; No 3 spring
Q at,$t 62; No 2 Northwest, SI 01. Rye
dull and nominal. Barley unchanged.
Corn Urm and in fair demand; old West
ern mixl 0o(J0tJc. Oats, 4Ujuc; white
ate. uniieu steauy. BUar and molattet
quiet. Pork flrmer and offarlot light;
now men $14 76; prime mess 14 2u
it uu. iji iiiiii -uu uncnnnu. uui
uieatt dull and unchanged; very little de
muni; In. mi 1 irlUc; shoulders 7 : middlrt
Arm; L C 7o; 3 C 8c. Utd a sbado
flrmer, Western steam 8Jc; kMttle 88jc.
NkwOclkans, Marcn 5. Flour quiet;
xx, $7 il; choice, $9 75U bO. Corn
eatler; mlxod, 8'ic; while, 8.'.(a8Sc, Oatt,
C(0Mp. Bran flrmer, $i I0l 15. Hav
flriu; prime. S30; cholep, $32 Pork flrmer;
moss held at $10 75. Dry salt moats 0
7fjft8c. Bcon higher, 78cj bams,
litHc. Ltrddull; tierce. 8(a,8c; keg,
09c. Sugar, com 7c; lair to fully fair
HtfijOij. Mnlasot In good demand; 40(31
Otic. Corn, fermenllmt fioVic; fair 60
fl.'c: atrluilv prltnn 07c. Whlskpy 91fo)
Oic. CofToe IB.iOi). Storllng 24: slaht
premium. O ld 15. Unttmi Arm; sales
0'MO; Unod ordinary 17 Jl 7J ; middllna
1OJ0IO; middling Orleans IDJlOjo;
reietpis G,8U4; exports, Antwerp 708;
Coatt '.'.49?; stork 205,S0.
St. L'iui, March 5 F'ottr dull ; X
$5 7.-0; XX 0 'JSRO 60; XXX $7$
7 7."; family 48 2SlO'2o. Wheat hold
rs Arm; No 2 spring $1 35; r-ei.lar
$1 '2501 2d; No 2 red Ml $1 0'210 3
Corn unchanged ; No 2 mixed 33c ; No 2
white mixed 3 m'. Oils inacili,unctiNnL'nd;
No 2 mixed '27c; No 2 wnlte 3030.
II trlov Very quiet ; No 'J sprinir 7u ; N. I
8ii(58.'o. Rvn quiet; No 2 0Jr.3Jo.
Pork pxcIIhJ higher; round lots standard
tnn.s held at 25o; dry salt mure buoyant.
No prices, mined by sellers f.r future
rh'"ilders fin ; clear tih 7c ; cluar sides
7J7jj packed rleir ribs and clear sides
buyer .March 77Jc; clear rib bliyor
March up pminiri 7c, Bacon vory itlfT;
shnul lers 0ljc; clear rib 8; clear
sides 8. Lrd Urm and nominally higher,
7o round lots steam. OnflVo Arm 22fu23c
ri.i. Sugar qulot; Louisiana 9IIJo.
Whikey lower e7J3SHo. Cattle quist.
unchanged If net $t 404 90: quiet
mnt l v $4 0004 70.
MEaipnia, Mireb fi.Ottnn actlvp;
unod otdinarv, 17(", lower middling, '8c;
receipts 1.129; sblrm nts 815; stock 387.00
Flour steady. $0 G;ln BO. Corn active
at fiOn. Oits Muhrr, 470Oe. Rye quint,
2733c. Brtn. 21c. Bulk mats artive.
advanced, 3(g6c. Sides, 7j(59c. Ltrd
ENOCH AltDEN OUTDONE.
From tbu Detroit Fne Frees
In tno yu.r iSo'J a uegro namud Henry
Coou Wat a slave tor a planter named
Cobb in Tun.at parish, iioaitianu. in
July of that year thu leVeu broke away
and the Mississippi dulaatatea u laru
liaru of ibu plantation. Thu slavu above
mentioned wan ouo of the auven or eitfht
must truslnurtby men on ihu plantation,
Mho wore hired out for thu liiuu being uu-
III Ihu levee bad beun repaired aud tbu
land put in order to be worked. Cobb
was hired uu u mall packet,
and continued there for three
mouths. One day, when tho boat
lay at Vick'burg, alongside a Cairo packet
lio lalled lo periorm a certain Jon ul work
lo tnu ratl'tacilun in ttio captain, who was
doieruiiiird on sending nun ashore and
having him "dietsed down for hit nevli
genco. Cobb, greai'y frightened, secreted
Himself on tioara tnu Uairo boat, and Ian
led in Illinois without being discovered
Uu wat forwarded to Detroit bv the under
ground railroad, and since 1801 hat lived
at or near Chatham,. Ontario, under lb
name ol Hammond lie had been mar.
ned three uirswhon be left the platita
lion, but knowing that there was no prot
poci ol getting hit wife away, hu married
again ati.r teltllng at Uliatham,
The lirat wife continued in tiavory lor
several years, und Wat living us a tlavo at
Holly Springs, Missouri, when ih i eman
cipation proclamation freed lior. hlie
came North, living in Cincinnati, Chicago
and oilier plaoi-f, and two years ago vat
married lo a colored man named Samuels,
and Is the mother of a clil d bv him. Tbe
family camu to this city about seven
weeks sen. Saturday lait. at Mrs. Ham-
uels va at the city hall market, a hand
was laid on her arm and the nearly fainted
away as 'hu turned and saw her old bus.
nana they eat down on a bench and
talked, laughed and cried together, until
their story was known to a hundred
porsons, Hammond's wife has been 111 of
consumption fur a long time, and ho was
In Detroit to tee n relutWo of hers. Just
what arrangements tbo two old slaves
made is not known, but tho abandoned
Samuels, her home and child Sunday
niuht, and probably left fur Canada with
llammnna, periiapt to remarry. Mr. Sam
unit had been Informed of the meeting
Saturday, and yesterday when he told the
pnlirn that bis wife had disappeared hud".
flared that ho would not pursue, hardly
blaming hnr if tbo had returned to tbo old
q'lently toon in the tsuio toliolte. Mls
ciallio Frollngbuysen, youngest daUfibter
of the New Jersey senator, latoly wore a
pale amber colored tarlatan, with rnfllei
f itself and a blue Bash. rJuhe are
worn everywhere exceptaround tho waist,
rhey are generally lllybtly twl.tcd in be
In passed around the form, are taitoed
on i tho right hip and tied Jutt back of the
left bip In a fancy bow. Speaking of
rontra-tts, Mitt E let, a woaltbv lady of
Oaorgotown, D. 0., wlo returned fntn
a two yean' feildenon abroad a month or
two alnee, has a mott tasteful reception
dretiroinpoted of enjt bu lait and nVgno
n tt? ihadet of silk. The court train and
ci ri g a of the Utter, and the Iront
bteadth of ihe former: boyvet dt eortigt of
it Ununelte la worn with It It It a Wotth
drett. Mist Stewart, of Nevada, wore at
a hop last week rose tarlatan ruffled to tba
waist with altarnat rote and brown tarla
tan. It was a peculiar combination, but
In thlt uie of contratilng colon, artltlc
effect In shading tho one Into tbe ntbar
is ttudUd, and what would ntbrwie b
grotfiqw b.cnmes tbo perfection of good
tatte. The pompadour colors, rojo nnd
blur-, are much used. Mill Ella Rav,
of thit city, hat such a urpsa. Mri.
Sprague teems tn haro bathed In the foun
tain of perpetual yonth. Sha taem not to
lota one Jot of her beauty by tbe march of
time. At a reception irfven hv Genaral
and Mn. Albert Meyer, of the Big
nil Corpt. the wore a at I blue silk. cov.
erel with superb white Point lace, a
flounce, an overdress, and a shawl.
the last draped about her arms and
FIRE AND MARINE
FASHION At W.UHI.VOTON.
A WathinKtun corrusponduni of a
Boston journal thus talks of the fine
things woinj by the ladies ul the natloual
airs and Mils Grant are not nrnnni!
thu most fushlouatilv or extientivelv
dret-ed ladiet seen in soiiety. Jl might
no supposea, mat they would bu thu la.d
ers ill lashiun, but ih-y have no such aipi
ration, und Mrs. Grant it rather of an
eccunnmica) 'turn nf mind' and would
preter to have her dr'se madu at home
to having them nuda by an expensive
rreiicU dres-.iiinker. she and Miss No lib
have not a great variety of toilettes. They
nave a iuw puny arestes, nui nmiitng
to compare with those of the ladlef 1 nave
named Ouo Paris dress Mrs. Grant hat
this winter, which speaks lor itself at a
Paris dreit, the wise ones; the otLers I
have seen her wear appear to bo of Amer
ican manufacture, and postibly of
Washington. The French dress It a
white faille, trimmed with round Uco.
Miss Grant's toilettes are very simple.
Her vUitlhg suit is of Plum colored silk,
with flounces faced ana headed with titl
blue, Her bonnet matches In color and
FASHIONS IN JEWELRY.
The charmlnir. dalntv laces worn about
tbe neck' the fluted frills and rufllcs have
brought about an entente popularity in
enauielt, lockets set In precious stones,
anu noman gold in neck crjaltil. Xh
fashion cf painting in Jewelry has never
beforo reached to .treat a heiubt tince tba
dayt of Louis XIV. Lotus XV. and
uouls AVI., wbin it was carried to ex-
ue-t. what can be more exquisite and
graciout than tbe perfect carving upon
tuu pule pink of chalcedony, ibo delicate
green of tbo chrysoprate, the violet glint
ing of the amethyst in cameo of inMlio
logical Studies? Betides thit it it tome
thing gained if, when a lady arranges tier
pennant, ner earrings und bracelets, an
idea or two of something learned is con
ceived, or n lovo of the beautiful In art
may be aroused. In little frame-work of
gold upon which are tiudlei for tho
archie ilogitt to decipher, are traced davi
ts and hieroglyphics of marvellous beau
ty surrounding dainty Ariels, u;ubby lit-
tie septus anu .tucks rmi imps ul qualn
beauty painted on porcelain in the finest
coloring. There are -ets of Jewelry con
ptlslng pendant for the neck, bracelots.
earrings and brooch painted with
pastoral scenes and insects of
some tropical land. Crostet
are alio very fashionable, of onyx tet
with diamonds and nearls: In dullcata
fllsrgee, in whleb shimmer tho sparkle of
diamonds; inleepred sardonyx set with
large pearls, ana rarved in bold relbT a
caraoo head of Minerva. Both cameos
and intaglint are now so exquisitely carved
inai eaen to itanit is a study wherein one
constantly flnds new beauties. A neck.
lace formed of cameos representing the
Graces, the Fatet, the Furies, with a larue
centre pendant of Antfupe, the queen of
in ATMZ'mt, wat carved upon the pals
Neapolltdine pink coral, set In finest
fl'airroo sold. This style of coral it
extremely falhlonable. Ma'tlro chains
for the throat of dead cold are to fashion-
able that the imitation, at a mere nominal
price, and so excellent at to defy competi
tion, outrivals the pure sold. It Is lust at
wen ror tne time neinir, considering the
raprlras nf fashion, and five dollars it
little to looie for a pnitin? fancy, In gold'
en prototype online ten times as miieh
Turqunlie. with Its opaque hauty, it also
very lasnionanie, nni is round set with
diamonds as well as camos. Rome, Car
lhaco and Venire are In some reipectt
scltpted by thete luxurious days.
VIAOAHA, V. Y.,
s. MimniHsisiiiHM e
OKKSIAIflA, JT. T.,
ttAMOVIB, V. T,
SIKPCBLIO, ST. T
Coroprlslnt the tTndenrrltsrs' Aknaj.
TONXXX, If. T,
nSBUM'l JTDTO, a.
SICTJRITT, . T. MAMSK,
Htoren, Dw.llln", ruroltnre. Anils and Car
tps, Iniared at rate aa (avnrableM sound, per
msnent socurtiy will nmtt.
I resMK-trully ask ef the eltlsensot Ca
share of thsir palronact.
H. H. daese
FIRE, HDLIi, CARGO, LIVK STO0K
north amkrioa, pa.,
.........tS,M i,tt0 Tt
INTSRlf AT10NAL, W. T.,
PUTNAU, HARTf URO,
OLEVKLAM D, CLEVELAND,!
II 911 K, COLUMBUS,
..I xu.m U
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Charlotte Cuihruau it going abroad for
mtteriab Dretset compoted nf violently
contrasting colors are very fashionable In
dad. even hlue and huff ants asteemsd
such a outrage on good Ulta, art frt ' rtialtt til kU OsMUl Vlfor.
Wm. J. O'Brien of Maryland, con.
grettmau elect, i quite deaf.
Bayard Taylor and bit German wlfo
will make Germany their home.
Mitt Emily Faithful has lott favor In
the eyui ut Butiun by ditagreslntt with its
Joe Jefferson officiated at the chris
tening of tbe uew opuru-bouie In Waih
ingtou tbe other tiignt,
General bberidan intimates that be
will put a head on the individual who
next tayt he it engaged.
Mitt Jennie Brown, of Wi'coniln. has
rscnived tHty yards of watered tilk as a
reward for tavlnic tbrte men from a
A.T. Stewart is not an architect, but
he will elect a showy and durable mansard
roof on thu eyebrow of any photographer
wuu auiiciis uira iu til lor a picture.
A nhoice collection of oncravlnpt.
aftur Sir Joshua Reynolds und including
ono uunareu proois in ilrst states ry cele
brated etigravert, was recently dituoscd
ot oy auction sate at i,ouaon.
1 no new xork 'iimet' recently tent a
Mr. tipooner, a young Pole, to Maruana
uay to write up mat enterptito. Sit.
Schwab, a German, il it said, will repre
sent that naner at tbe Vienna exnotliiun.
uenry tayioi, wuo ior tmrty years
cat rocaeu ino 'uraute oi itltiurty ' lu
Button (that it, bat been tunerliteiident
of Fanueil hall for that period), has de
An inventory taken of the lato Ed
win rVrrtst's permnal estate tbows that
he had properly valued at IBiO.StJb; ovtr
iuu,utiu in tecuntiet on aepotit, stocks,
etc.; Jewelry, $4,071 paintings, $4T,WK,
and 7,367 books.
A Spanish correspondent of the Lon.
don 1 l lines' calls a tenlion to the faul that
there now tbn a princes who may in tho
future lay claim to the throne ol Mtaln:
Tie P.lnce of Asturla, ion of Don Car
los; Prince of Anurias, sun of Ei.O,ueen
I-abella; and tbe Prince of Anuria, ton
of the Ei-Kini: Amsdeiis.
Edward Pindar, if Duxbury, Man.,
colored youth about nine years of aire.
by the death of his uncle has lust fallen
heir lo some f 30. 000. Master Pindar is
said to be a remarkably bright youth, at
tondinir private "tobool patronlx-d by
the eliio of Duxhury, and ranks amoog
tbe flnt scholars tbero.
Alex. n.8tenhent. luit eleoted to tho
next congress, first entered the house, a
Whig, In 1843. and was continued In his
seat until 1839. II voted for tba Kansas.
Nebraska aot ef 164. and was thereafter
classiled as Democrat, wbl.h ha now
claims to ba of tha slralgbtest tort, Mr.
Stepbsas It bow tlitvwiaa jtan eM, u4
ASSStS . HO.000,000 00
TRAVELERS', HARTPORU, LIFE AND
""" .M.......t!,S00 000 0
RAIL WAT PASSEN0ER8 ASUKAflCE
VtsoU-. - 1100,000 00
71 Ohlis Ive,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
CiNr'L.OrricE, 172 WAsniiiOTo8T.
This Gcrmsn Life Insurance Comnanr
guarantees not only Paid up Policies but
also a alue In Cash on the Nnn.fnrraltiiM
JOHN A. nUOK. .
JOITN W. PRUKSH, .
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
B ISM ARK BUND.
SECTION NO. 47.
Aispciatlon for promoting Life Insurance
and blck Krllof by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation In objects of public benefit.
1 ho I.l.e Insurance Policies will he Issued
by tbe Teutonla Life Insurauce Company.
n. MEYERS, President
JOHN W. PRUES8, Ao't.
iMIt for Cairo Tteialtr.
BtUC EMTATE AOBKOl.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SIOOMD FLOOR) OstIO LBTRR,
CAIRO, ILLS,, '
Bur and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OV TITJLB
Ami pce-sre rmnveyaansM ofKlads!
John Q. llanrau. Chas. Thmpp.
JOHN Q. HARMAN k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Vvtk Car, tls sit. snwI ktolstvaw.
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