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JOHN H. OBEULY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY. MARCH 8, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
OUU CHURCHES.
WtWIIYTKlllA W-"waSW Btrcot.
Preaching, HaMiat " li -m. and 7 p.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at7J p. ni.
ahhath Hchool, il p.m. .1. M. LanixlPti, Su
perintendent. 11KV. II. TllAYKH, Paator
MKT1IODIST. Cor. Eighth ami Walnut Sts.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10) a.m., ami 7 p. m
I'raycr meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Sabbath Helio.il, a. p.m. I.. Y. Htlllwell,
Superintendent. Kxv. F. J.. Thompson,
1'artor.
CHURCH OK TILE REDEEMER (Episco
pal.) .Morning prayers. BaMiath 10 a.m.
Evening prayer. 71 p.m.
babbath School, II a.m. .
Kkv. K. CoaN, Rector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHUUCH-NluUi aml
uMiliiKton Avenue. ,
l'tlbllurervico, Sabbath 8:10 and 10J a.m.
(-pen, 7 p.m.
Kabliatli School, 2 p.m.
.ScnleiM-w-ry .lay, 8 a.m.
Kkv. r.J. O'JUM.oiu.v, Prlet.
r-T. .lO.SIIl'irS CHUKCIt. (fW-rinan,) cor
iiit ol Walnut and CnM strwt.
Muk, ttvery Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vctpcru, 3 p. m. -
Max ill I ring tveck day. H o'clock a. m.
Hkv. O. Hoitman, Priest.
UtttMAN LUTIIKRANCI1URCH-I3th
street between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street. . , , .
Pleaching .".illiday morning at 10 o clock.
Sabbath .School at a o'clock p.m.
Kkv. Khh't. Hr.i.nio, Pastor.
YOt'NU .MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second ..loiiday
each inonth at their room over Rockwell
& Co' book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly l'rayur meeting, Friday, J p.m. at
the room, , , ,
L. W. StiLI.wki.l. President.
fiKCONI) MISSIONARY IIAl'liai
llr.t
('I'lni'k u. in. uml il o'clock Ii. m.
himdjy School 1 o'clock p. in.
The churcli I connected with the lIllnotM
Association, by the Kltt Missionary Bap-
tlt church ul Cairo,
Ks.v. SiiUjjios Leonauw, Falor.
AKKICAN .MhTllulMiVr. Fourteenth, bo
twceii Walnut und Cedar.
Servicer, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Fa'ibatli School. U p.m.
CUm meeu at a p.m.
SECOND FREE WILL BAPTIST Klf-
uemu Sirect., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service. Sabbath. 1) and 3 p. m.
ItKV. N. WiCKS, Pastor.
FKEE WILL BAI-naf HOME MISSION
SAIJUATU SCUOUL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street".
Sabbath School. U a.m.
flKST FKEE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
-Curry' Uarrack
Service, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. ijp.m.
Ki;v. WM. KM. LEV, Pastor.
FIItST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUKCII.
-Cedar, bctweeu Ninth and Tenth SU.
Preaching babbalh, 10) u,m. and 7) p.m.
Prayer uievllug. W ediicsday cveumg.
I'ft-urhtiiir. Kritinr eveuliu?.
Sabbath school. 11 p.m. John VanUaxtcr
aud Mary Stephens. Superintendent.
HKV. T. J. SHOKKS, Pastor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHUKCII Fourteenth
Mr.'. t. between Cedar and Walnut. '1 he
only Uapli.l church recognized by the As
sociation. Services, Sabbath, It a.m. 3 p,m, and , p.m.
HVV.JACUD lillAUUSY. Llder.
TELEGRAPHIC
POLITICAL.
COALITION OI' DKMOUHATS
AND LIBERALS IN CINCINNATI.
UBMOCII.YTIO VICTORIES COX
VEDKD IN NK.W II AMP
SIlIltH AND CON-NK0TICUT.
THK KIIKNCIE OOVKRNMENT
WILL DEMAND TUB HODY
OF 0N..PtEMQNT.
HON. JASv S. DltOOKS ADDRESS
TO HIS CONSTITUENTS.
KTO,
KTO.,
KTO.
I'OLITICS IK C1NCIXWATI.
Cincinnati, March ", The leiuhi of
ycitcfday'i Democratic and I.iWol con
vunlioni, ute thn cenoral topic th!i morn
Ifiir. A call from the chairman ot tbo
il UltC 1 1.- Corner Sycamore i and F"f')'r ! Domocratio convention appear thU morn
rt utreetn. l'reaehln ftabbath at ",.,..,' ' ..
iiixr iiiviiiiil; lii'i uejeiimcB rL'-n.eujuiu
for the Statc-at-Large S.
SECHET ORDERS.
iii.ii r-nivi AStil'.ltV. HO. 13. Slated
Aiaeiubly at the Aylutu Jlaonlc Hall, Uit
and third ilonnay m eacu u u.
Him i'iiIIM II. No. 24 Ueisillar CoilVO
" cation at Maoulc Hall, tho .ecoud Friday
In each uioutb. ....
fi.in,. ,ii i iri-'ii s'n. 71 Kemilar Con-
iniatlmi t Masonic Hall, on tho third
Tuci-day ol every month,
ivvnii. i iiiwii-: Sin ."J7 F.& A. M. Keu
lar Communlcationii at Maoulc Hall, the
leconu ami lounu jioiiuajoi t.tu uiuu.u.
I l IK iillII.KKLI.OWS.
ALEXANDKK LUOUE, -- Meets lu Odd
Kellow.' 1UU, In Artcr'a building, every
T humday eveuliiK at S o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
Oove rnor-KIchard J. V1"".,.,,,., ,,,,
l.leuteiiant-Oo enior Johu L. jecrldSc,
fcecrcury of State-l!con,'e 11. Harlow.
Auditor r Sute 0. K. I.ipplucolt.
Suto rrei'Urer-Ca.por llii.z.
,,..r....f ll.lllT:ll I.llllL'B K. LUUMI
Supu l'ubllo In.truiiioii-Newton Uateman
CO.UJir5S.Mr...
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
LOtfali.
eiu'encntatlve
. Il.....rl.l.,u
Hetircseiitatlvo ThlrtcenUi UUtrict .lolm
M. Creb.
urMitr-im nrVFitAl. assEMHLY.
lioiirenentatlu-n til tlio Nlth Ulst-Ict .
jolm 11. Obcrly, Win. A. Lemma aud Math.
' SenatoM'or'the 60th district. Jee Ware.
COUNTY OFF1CKH3.
CIUCUIT COUltT.
Judse I), J. Uaker, or Alexander.
State' Altorncy Patrick 11. l'ope.
Clerk K. S. Vocum.
Sherlir-A. H. Irvlu.
Wm. Martin Aseitor nnd Treasurer.
COUNTY COUUT.
IiulirK. Ilro.s.
Aoclatc J. E. McCrlto aud S. Marchil-
oon.
Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner Johu U. Uonnman.
MUNICII'AL "oOVEKNMJJST,
Mayor John 31. Lansdcn.
Treasurer II. A. CunnlnRham.
Comptroller E. A. llurnett.
Clerk Michael Howloy.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attomev 1'. II. l'onu.
Police Magistrates V. Bron and U. SLau
ncKi-y.
Clilof of Pollco L. il. Myers.
hui.kct coimcu..
Mayor .lohn M. Lannden.
Klrit Wmd-1'. O. Schilh.
Second Ward C. K. Woodward,
Third Ward J no. Wood.
Fourth wuru . swam Taylor.
Clty-atrLarge v. v. Hall
llilrif.
BOARD OK AI.llUltMKN,
First Ward -James Kearden, A. 11. Saf-
lord, Isaac Walder.
Second Ward-U. 11. Cunningham, E. Ilu
,ir n staneel. James Swayno.
Tiiiril Ward Win. Stratton, J. 11. lMill (t.
Fourth Ward-Jno. H. Hoblnson, O. II.
ease, J. H. Metcair.
U. WARDNKll, M. D.
OUlco nnd Ilcaldcnco 111 Convncrclal avc
nuc, (next door to tuu jinw""i
DK. B. 0. TARER,
Will rcsumo tho practice ol his profesnlon
with especial rclercuco to the olectrica
treatment ol dUeascaln all the now and Im
proved methods or uppUeatlon. , , , ,
P in all cases of .eiaalo complaints a lady
w,r0mn!e?cUl avenue, up stairs,
' WILLIAM U. SMITH, M. D.
. oi 'PhivtAAnih atrftrt. bd1
RTo? wnV-oo.n;;; an-t Walnut .trt.
OIBo U Oomnit'r,iii,Tyi"i iiy
ifilday and I).
to-morrow morning at Greenwood hall,
to mcelvt! tho report of tho conforenco
cornmlttoo, and take such action ui may bo
doemod ncccnary.
1I1K r.MJUIUER
3a of the action of tho Liberal llcpubll
can convention, in aikliig tho Democratic
coriven'ion to recontidur its action In nom
inating Johnston lor mayor, that tho Lib-
orals have no other grounds for refuting
to endorto Johnston, than that ho lacks
popularity. It says It. may bo demon
strated by tho tlmuthu Liberals hold their
adj'iuri ed lonion, two weeks hence, that
bo has more strength than they glvo him
crodil for. If so, they should not heiltatu
to accept him. If, however, they will not
dn this, tho coalition might as well b tar.
minated. It expresses tho hope, in con
clusion, that wlo couniels and truo appro
alalion of tho impnrlanco of ths contcit
will prevail to heitl tint breach.
Till: coMMtr.ciAL
Concedes tbo oloctlon of Davii, (Repub
lican), though it tajs If the Democrats
should at tbolr called meeting to-morrow,
nominato a straight ticket, with as little
discrimination as it says tho convention
xerclied yr.terday, the Republican ticket
to be nomliiatcd bereafler would bo spoiled
by bumiueri, in whlch'ovont tho adjourned
mooting (f tbo Liberals in two week might
bo of tho highest consequence. At any
rato it says the adjournment aOords good
citizens a chancH to get n gratp upon af-
lain, in addition to that which they havo
been accustomed to cnjoyli g.
THE ADSIINISUIATION E.SDOKSKD.
NfcW Vokk, March 7. -At a moeting of
tho Itepublican general committee, room-
lions endorsing tho conduct of tho admin
istration in Louliinna matter', nnd sails,
fiction with congress in increasing snhtrii l,
wuro adopted.
NKVV HAMrSlIIUK ELICTION.
Telegrnmi from .Nuw Uainpbhire my
there it little, If any, interest taken in the
state election to couo off next Tueiday.
The licpiibllcans state that tnoir ticket
will probably b succcittiil.
A TKSII'tllANCK MOVK.
At a mopeting of tho National Temper
nncn society hero yestorday, it was ttated
that organized otforts wore begun for tho
purpuso of enlisting tho scientific men of
tho country In tho temperanco cause.
TIIOHE DISOWNED SHAKES.
Warimnqton, March 7. The ditownod
Crodit Mobilier stocks, it hat boon deter
mined by Treasuror Spinner, shall bo sold
and the procoedt put In tho treasury
Judge Kelly's ten shares which ho refused
to Imvo unything to do with, havo been
sent to tho troasuror by Judgo Poland,
nnd will bo so disposed of. Ke ly Is of
tho opinion that tho government has been
gwindlo J by this business, and against tho
protest of Ames, gives up his shares to tho
Unitod States.
FnlMONT WANTKD.
A cablo dWpitch says tho French gov
ernment will uiako a demand upon our
government under tho extradition laws for
Oen. Fremont, in ordor that ho may be
tried in Paris, on chargosof fraud in put
ting bogus railroad bonds upon tho mar
ket.
PRKPAKE VOll A DKM0CRATI0 VICTHItY
Lettors roceived hero to-doy from prom
Inout Kopubl leans in New Iiampsbiro
and Contiecticut say that tho adininistra
tinn must prepare itself for an overwhelm
intr Democratic victory in both states at
tho coming spring election. This result.
both lettors say, will be duo solely to tho
extravaganco of congross in voting one
and half million dollars Into tho pockots o
Ita own members, which has worked tlis
astroutly upon tho minds of hundreds of
Republican voters In these two ttatet,
8011001. REFORM IN TENMKB9EK.
Nashville, March 7. Both branches
of tho Tennesseo legislature hnvo unltnd
in tho enactment of a law providing a re
form system of freo schools. Tho law pro.
vtdos Ktnplo revonuo for snporintendents,
directors of all grades, and the nocesiary
.officers, and if proporly onforced, Tonnei
see In a fow years, will show a vast im
provemont in her educational record.
nilOOKb' ADDUKSS,
Wasiiinoton, March 7. Hon James
Urooks has prepared tho following address
the sennit', and 8 other, members or the
houia. woro moro Involved than myself.
Tho nacriflco of a LVmncrut wn deomod
liiditpunsiblo to olf-sol, If not protect
thrill mud heiica carlv In December a
committee was organized, soemingly on
purposo to bring in my nainu with theirs,
so us to mako inn rciponsibto for I
ICO shares of mock of Credit Mobllior,
owned by C. Ii. Nellsun. Certificates
of this stuck were notoriously in full pos
session of Nellson as long ago as Decern-
br 12, 1B07. (Sco evidence, page ov.)
Itiit of these certificates, tho committed in
anuary, 1873, cboso to mako rno owner,
pon tlio preti-nco that hit ucing uy
son-in-law, was only apparent owner.
J he comrnitice M thus orgunizeu, i
ay, fur there wcro put on it such men us
lea. lianks, uiiuvullur u inuutrio, iur
ears liVilig In a Uliateiux U'Eiimytic, be-
cmuio 01 hi known liotlillty to Aiues,
ho, when aaked, refuted to subscribe,
lib certain rich iioitoiilans to (reo his
Waltniim house froutit heavy mortgage ;
nu dierrlck ot Uuryiutid, uii ex-rebei,
Ulo of thi. district ut the opening of the
wil war, wiiuto :ourl cungreta had to ox
irpite to bo rid ol litm, and who, there-
orv, soro and sour,and uuwmuru than ever
hales tho whole human race becauto of
thudofeat ol his atpiratiunt to re-eleetlon
to congresi; with Nlblack, a very, very
small man with plattiu linger with such
sly, sleek and crafty cliuirman asl'oland
' Vermont, whose antecedents
i railroads ut homo are
worso than anything urued anauitt
the Credit Mobllivr. Tiiit commltteu alter
Itinc two months anil a half expecting
many rich mines of testimony, fiercely fell
uputi mo lu different sitting!, wuou my
physical prostration whs iuc); tbnt tlio
owtnapors dally reported me dying, unu
fter rolusinj: mo a hearing which
cartit-itly demanded, a (act
which they suppressed In their llmt
report of C3J pages which no member of
couirreis CLUld find time to read to late In
tliu sestlon when it was made, coupled me,
Democrat, with Atncj, a Keputilican, lor
xpul.ion, wlnl" ""y lell ou tuirteea
ottiur tuiiuuiicuus who all but one nave
andled Credit Mobllior, when not
share had ever como into my hands,
lie bouio and tho conunitteo irorn tho
start scouted such an Hbsuru report tuo
moment they could get ut It, by refusing
to vote on expulsion ut all. Tbey did Hot
ceueure Ames or myself, only condemned
u act nt old at lcuT, in order inus to
carry olT, ns on lightning rod, tho elec
tricity that bad been gericraieu uy mo
itlterles or tuo prei upon con-
greet and tho oiuniry. uui even
n tint the tionto uta mo injumice, uocauso
wa not incunirreis when it was alleged
my intore.t began in Credit Moblller, or
if hi alleged, 1 had any Interest, It was
fully ditpoted of before I wnt Into the
irociory. S mo Democratic memocrsoi
congre.i asieniea lo tuis inju-iico in
the belief that thoy could then
ciiridcmn such leading Republicans as
Drtwef, Gitrlleld, llingham, fccbofield and
ooper, but in tliHtliny werejustiy ioiicu,
bucnuee of tho ureal Ii.tellitfenc, high
haracter and well-known antecedents ot
ttieie men aro such as to mako ridiculous
tlia vUtk that O.ke Ame - had
bribed them or Unit tliry wero his
dunei. as the I'nland Commitleo retsont,
and did not know what they wero about.
Urooks then sa' s ho shall appeal to his
constituents in person if God restores him
to health, and continues:
I shall demnnttruto to you that neither
myself nor NeiUon were guilty of peijury
as Poland charges, und that both of us
told tho truth wlien testifying that I hnd
no hand In tho Jrodit Moblller dividends,
allo.ments or proms in any form."
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
... .n.Ninth and Walnut sta,
EKiM' To hi. constituent.
. ..Enemies havo taken (lvaiitaKO of my
m, o. usiu.ii"' , physical nrottrai ion lo oner uakes Amw
Ti.nmihle Physician and fiiirgeon. Of- lnA mVself as a sacrifice to iho pub
flco lW Commercial avenue. l;ucnce on j h, h two vlco pjpnt, 0f
Tenth "treet, turoo doors west of C. It. d g ieVerl wombors of
CRIME.
WAONEU THE MURDHUER AR
REST UD IN BOSTON.
AN EXCITED CROWD AWAIT
HIS ARRIVAL AT PORTSMOUTH.
FOREIGN.
ARREST OF ELLEN BURNHAM
THE ACCOMPLICE OP
WARREN THE
FORGER.
DISTRESSING: ACCOUNT
THE SINKING OF
A CAFE.
TWO HUNDUED PERSONS
DUWN NEARLY ALL
LOST.
OF
00
ETC.
ETC.,
ETC.
SEIZURE OP SMUOOLEDGOODS AT
NEW YORK.
ETC.
ETC.,
ETO.
AKRF.AT OT WAGNER THE MURDKRKR.
Boston, March 7. When Lewis Wag
ner, tho tuppoicd murderer of the two
women ai'Islo shoals, was arrested lait
evening, lie was dliguised In n new suit
ol clothes, his old one being spoiled with
blood. He fctoully denied the crime.
Wagner was formerly an employe of Mr.
Huntress, at wboso roidenco the murder
was committed. After ' arrival homo
on the ovenlng of tho muiJsr ho killed
Cornelii Chrliteroon with one blow of the
axe, and immediately after struck tbo
othor woman, Mlts Lawson. Ho then
aikod for tlm money, and subtcquontly
crushed Mln Lawton's head Into a jolly.
Mr, Huntress narrowly escapod,
AWAITINO niS ARRIVAL.
Portsmouth, N. March ". Wsg-
nor is pxpnHed here at ndon. An excited
crowd is awaiting. The police have se
cured n squad of marines to guard him.
SMCOOLKD GOODS 8EIZED.
New York, Marsh 7. Smuegled silks
and kid gloves valued at $5,000 wore
seized to-day on tho steamer i'rlsa. No
arrests. Lncct valued at $2,600 were
seized on anotbor vostol on "Wcdnotday,
and u lady passenger was arretted.
MISCELLANEOUS.
VERDICT OA THE CORONElvb
.IURY IN THE CHICAUO
POLICE AFFRAY.
THE POLICEMAN
ATED.
EXONER-
A PABTY OF PI EG AN INDIANS
US THE WAR PATH.
STOKES'
AT
APPEAL TO BE HEAttD
THE NEXT TER"
Senator Morton objected, and It woi.t
over.
Thosenato by a voto of 21 to re
futed t pottponu the contlderatlon cf the
admlstlon of Spencor.
Senator Hnyard moved that tho creden
tials of Spencer and Sykcs bo rclerrod to a
select cominlttoe. Lost: 'JO to 118.
Senator Hamlin presented the creden
tials of Roicoo Conkling, as sonator from
New York. They wore read and laid on
the tablo.
The question being then upon adminis
tering tho oath to Spencor, Sonator Thur
man moved to lay il on the tablo until a
regular conunitteo of the tonato should ho
appointed, so that a motion might bo made
to rofer.tho credentials to tho committee on
pririjege and -lmJ. "Without a dl
vision wasagNaiWpMlmtt Spencer, and
he was srworns 'K'
Sonator Wsjsi'preisnted tho credentials
of Win. L. McMillan, claiming to be sen
ator eleot from Louisiana, elected by tho
McEnry legislature Tho creJonllals
wero road, and then moved that they llo
upon tho tablo, and be printed, which was
agreed to.
Senator Conkling moved to go into ex
ecutive session.
Senator Morion asked him to yield to
him to mako a motion lo take up the
Caldwoll case, but Sonator Conkling dn
cllnod to ytf, ,'r purpose, and tho
senate 'V exocullvo session and
soon after adjou-ncd till Monday.
WEAT' 'EH jREPORT.
WAsniJtaTOjr, March 7. Probabilltles
The area of lowesl barometer will move
outhitwind o?er Lake Jlichigsn and
thence etilward into Canada. On Satur
day baromolor will contlnuo falling, with
brltk e..it),erly winds and threatening
and rainy wss.nr. Ovor Lower Lakos
anu Middle and Eustorn states south and
southeast winds, veering to westerly.
From UuW-rillQy and Wisconsin, south
v.rr'l to Quit Hates clearing weather,
s vly wind, and cloudy weather will
"u. On Western Gulf slates in
c, - i rig southeast winds and cloudy
wc. -cr w'M prevail. In the South At
lantic states northeast winds will continue
in Soutuorn Florida.
RIVER NEWS.
ilifo and Fall of the Riven.
For 81 hours ending 3 p. m., March", 1373.
Abovcl Change.
HTATIONH,
low
water
ltlo.j
Fal.
St. Paul
Kurt Dentin...
Omaha ,. ,
Davenport,. . .
Leaven wort Ii...
Koktik
Cairo
HU Louis
Pittsburg
Cincinnati
Loultvlllo
Memphis
Ykknburg ...
ShreveKrt....
Naahvlllo
New Orlcain...
Llttlo Uock
Fort Smith
5 I
.11 40
i 111
. 8
1.1 7
11 1U
12 'I
19 2
18 0
II 7
3 0
10
ETC,
ETC.,
ETC.
KLLKN 11UIINIIAM.
London, March 7. Tho pollco this
morning nrrottei a woman giving tho
namo of Ellon Burnham, known to bo tho
accomplice and paramour of Warren
principal in tho heavy torgorles on tho
Bank of England. $13,540 wero found In
hor apartments which she said was not
hers. She was committed for examination
on Friday next. Noyes, clerk and forger,
was up for examination, but was remanded
for a week.
two hundred tkhbons sudueuoid.
Nkw York, March 7. The London
Timos of Fobrunry 22, gives tho particu
lars of a frightful accident at Smyrna. A
cafe, built upon plies ovor tho sea, broke
down suddonly during a performanco giv
en by a company of acrobats. 'I hers
were two bundrod persons present. A
loud cracking wus heard, and within flvo
minutes tho ontiro cafo hud dlt
appeared under tho water. A few of
tlioso witnossing tho performance contrived
to effect their escape, and some persons
raved thomtelves by jumping through the
windows into sea. Boatmen rowed up in
numbor but their clforts to save lives
wero of no avail, Thoir search for doad
bodios was sad, Tho nerobats wero drawn
from thn water in their show costumes ot
tho night, auu tun limbs of nil tho bodios
wero contracted with pain. Two hearses
pacod a wholo day convoylni:
tuo remains of tho recovered lo the bos
pivl Tho whole numbor found up to the
present o, and it is supposed that
there aro still 100 moro In tho water. The
com nan v of acrobats conBlstod cf 7 por-
sons, of whom a wore women, and one of
tbo Utter is thn only survivor, 'aui gov
ernment will institute proceedings against
the proprietor of tho cafo, who did not
give warning Ol mo uunger, wuivu nus
given bim in time.
H At-III AUK AUKANOKD.
The Bdinburg Scotsman has the roport
of a raarrrlae arranged betweon the Duko
of Edlnburg and a foreign Imperial prin-cess.
THAT POLICE ATFA1H.
Chicaoo, March 7. Tho coionor's jury
to-day in tho cato of Jamc McViegh, one
of tho mon shot by Policeman Ileinert
yesterday morning, and who died last
night, rendered a verd'et completely
exonerating Reinort. McViegh admitted
to tho physician who attended h!m,that bo
and tbo party with whom ho was, were
engaged in btating Policeman Kocb,whon
Relnett was In tbo crowd.
TOM M'VKlOU,
Brolhor of .Ismes, who also recelvod a
bullet from ttslnert's pistol, will certainly
die. Policeman Koch's injuries aro, it is
feared, mortal. About 10 to-night
ANOTPKR FIQUT OCCURRED
Botwoon tho pollco and a number of
rought in Clark stroot near Jackson.
O (floor Co J mors had arrested Jno. Ilonlo
ham, who was engaged in a row in a sa
loon noar tho locality mentioned, and was
taking htm to tho station, when he was set
on by a numbor of Honteham't Irlonds
who
BEAT III SI lUfLT,
And roleased the prisoner. Somo other
officer comin? up, the ruffl ns fled when
Codroore, who had regained his fcot, fired
at them, the ball taking effeot in Honlo
liam's tldo, Inflicting a painful but not
DANOBKOUS WOUND.
Uonlelmm was thon arrostcd and con
veyed to tho station, together with one of
his attempted roscuers.
KILLED 11 Y INDIANS
Fobt Benton, March 7. A war party
of Piegan Indiana killod Ulram Cook and
Charles Randolph, a few days since,
abovo Euglo creek on the Mittouri river,
whero thoy bad boen all winter. Tho
bodies were horribly mutilated.
STOKES' UKAKIKO POSTrONID,
New Yore, March 7. Stokes' appeal
was on calondar to-day, but owing to tho
engagements of tho countol probata, the
argument will bo deferred till next terra.
bKCr.KTAHY DELANO
Yotterdoy was called suddonly to this
city by the serious illness of his son-in-law,
Prof. Jno. O.Amos.
LIEN ON THE NORTH MISSOURI K. R.
St. Louis, March 7. Tho attorney
gonoral of tho stato to-day in reply to a
reouosthv tho lower house ot tne legitia-
lure submitted to that body an olaborate
opinion on tho question of tho constitu
tionality of tho roloate of tbo stato loin
on tho North Missouri railroad, undor an
net Dassod by the general assembly In 1B08,
Tho attorney general decides that the re-
1pi.so la unconstitutional, uevoral million
dollars aro Involved in the question.
CONGRESSIONAL.
SENATE.
W ABniNUTox. March 7. On motion of
Rn..tr M.irmn. Kev. Mr. Nowman waa
re-olectod chaplain of tho Senate.
Thn nmullni' Question was upon a mo
tlon to pottpono the question of admitting
Spencer to a seat.
Senator Howe said yotterdaybo favored
pottponoment, but having examined the
cato ho now favorred a vote.
Rn.tnr .inkllno offered a resolution
for adjournment sine die on Tuesdoy next,
FINANCIAL.
New Yoke, March 7. Money still
stringent; lo.uiod us high as flat, and
closed at 1-10, and Interest bid. Sterling
weak 77. Oolu ctivc, and advanced
from l&J to 10 J; c oasing at 161l5j
Loans '-!t per cent for carrying, and 1
a L32 per cent for use. Clearings c,.
000,000. Treasury dlsbursemviit tiu,uuu
The gold purchased from tho treasury to
day whs paid for in Iscal lender. Govern
ments quite und strung. State bonds
dull.
Gorged. tUIMiijr.
UAVID W. HARNETT,
obncncr Slg. Sor. U. 8. A.
Nasuvillk, March 7. -Elver falling,
with 7 feet on Uarpcth shoal. Weather
fair and mild. Arrived: F. P. Graccy,
Crlro; Eddyvllle, Upper Cumberland.
Hepartod; F. P. Gracey, Cairo.
Memphis, March 7. Woather warm.
Raining some during tho day. Rivor fall
ing rapidly. Arrived: Coal City,
Diamond, Louisville. Departed: St, Luke
Ouachita river; Grand Lake. New Or
leans; Thomas Sherlock, Arlington, Cin
cinnati; Julia, Vicksburg; Grand Tower
St. Louis.
PlTTsuuna, March 7. Monongnhela ri
sing very slowly, tbreo feat seven inches
scant. Weather been clear and hat thawed
rapidly during tho day. Present indica
tions aro rattier favorable for speedy re
sumption of navigation. Slack water
fiackots win pronaoiy resume tueir irip
n a day or two.
Evansville, March 7. Cloudy; rslnod
all afternoon. Mercury 48 to 58. River
fallen 18 inches. Down: Mollio Ebett,
Molllo Moore, Tarascon and Mary Ament.
Up: Fayetto, Hot Uile and Skillingor.
Business good and freights nlonty.
Cincinnati, March 7. River 13 inches
feet and falllne. Departed: Andes,
Wheeling. Raining slightly since dark.
Louisville, .starch mver ten u
feet. There is 8 feet in tho canal and 4
feet 8 Inches in tlio chute. Wcatbor
mostly cloudy all day. Mercury ranged
55 to C3. Braining to-nicht. Business
dull. Arrived: Camelis, Tonnossoo riv
er, Charmer, Cincinnati' Departed:
Charmer, Evansvllle; Camolia, Cincinnati;
Thompson Dean and J. W. Garrot and
barees, Now Orleans.
VICKsnUBo. March 7. Down: Turner,
Shannon, Jas Howarl and Katio. Up:
Alice Dermit, AJax, Continental, ruturo
City and Kilgour. Cool and raining.
Itlver rising.
St. Louis, March 7. Arrivod: Ballo
Memphis, foul Hill, Ohio riven Dexter,
Now Orleans. Dopartfd: Belle Memphis,
Hawkryo, Ohm rivor; Emperor, Yittsbjrg.
River rising slowly, Weathor cloudy and
warm; indications of rain. The ice at
Louisiana,. Mo., hat broken ud. and thn
river is expected to bo pcn to Keokuk In
a row days.
AMADEO'S ABDICATION.
caused by my youth and inexptrttncf,
But my good withes have deceived me, for
Spain lives in the tnidst of perpetual con-
' toil. If my enemies bad been foreigners,
I would not abandon the task, bit they
ar Spaniards. I wish noitber to be the
, king of a party nor to act Illegally; bat,
I believing all my clTorts to be sterile, I re
nounco tho crown for myself, my sons and
heirs."
i Thoto aro plain, sad andlbold words, but
iho co rte listened to them with scarcely
concealed joy, and the abdication was
unanimously accented. There are wheels
I within wheels, and bad tho ,eort(t known
! all that wa In the king's mind they Would
havo listened to his mpsiuge with emo-
tlon of a very mixed character; for I
have, a yet, told only one-half of my
story. The king ha abdUated, It U-true,
to plrato hit wife; but if ray Informant
are coireit, hu did this nil tho more wit
, lingiy because hn lielinves that by giving
I up the Insecure tbrorie of Spain he makes
a stride toward tho throno of Italy. Vic
tor Emanuel's health is extremely pmari-
, 004, anil hit dentil al any time would tur
I prise no one who knows him ; the
j Cnwn Prin co Htimlort U the victim of a
nsmeli's dlfU'Rio which makes bis life a
burden; nnd from which doalh may soon
i relievo him; sr.l hit ton the four-year-
old Princonf Naples is In surh a condi
tion tliAt his life can bo protracted only by
something llkn n tnlraclo. Tbeso tbreo
prccarlnui lives nro all that stand between
Ama.leo and tho Italian crown; nnd even
should Victor Emanuel and Hnmbert dio
bt-foro tho baby Prince of Naples expires,
Amadou would havo a claim to a regency
which would bo In fas a sovereignty The
personal rotations between Victor Eman
uel and Humbert nro of tho most unhappy
character. The 1attnrwhos vices far
outnumber hit virtues has cherished a
IltTTER HATRED FOR HIS FATHER
Ever since tho king, on wlial ho thought
was Uh death-bed, married the woman
with whom ho had so long lived in adulte
ry and by whom he ha been made the fa
ther of several children, Humbert was
nut shocked by the sins of hit fathor ho
It lond of such sins hlmtolf but he was
disgusted beyond measure by hit repent-i
Anco and hit reparation and tho other
day, wlion the king announced his with
tu'mibliclv solemnizo the marriage coni
tractod in privato with this woman, and
to elevato hor to the throno, Humberl
broUa nut into a fearful storm of rage, anf
not only publicly declared that In such a'
ovont no would leave Italy, but pr
vatety sont word to his father that if !
did this thing bo would head a rovoluti
to depose him. Victor Emanuel, alw
weak-, yioiued lor a moment 10 mi
throats, and nothing has sinco been s
about the marrlngo. But I am told t
what bo now desires Is mat aumu
should dlo ; that ho thon should cauto I
marrlngo to be publicly solomnized
his "countess" called queen for a q
that he thon should abdicnta in favoi
Araadeo ns rcgont or as king. So thtV
the persuatons of tho wife of the ll..
MARKET REPORT.
St. Louis, March 7. Flour quiot and
unchanged. Wheat toft tnrinc in de
mand; regular unchanged, but tlrm, No 2
t'Utl 3l 40; rail Duoyant; jno red
SI 00: Nu 3 SI 80. Corn quitt, No 2
mile I 83(333Jc. Onts firm and unchanged
No ' in led Stc. Barley, choice iu de
mand OUfaOSo. Rye Ann, No 2 i)5c. D
S. meat firm, clear sides 7jc; .boulder
buyer Uroh, truck Kansas City 5c; clear
rib 71o spot' Bacon strong, sbeuldms 0
Hc; clour rib 8J8jc; clear sides 89c;
hams 13(14C. Xiuru nignor, rrimo swam
7c. Whiskey inactive 88o. Cattle un
ctmnged. H"gs firmer $4 C05; mostly
$1 ti,-i 75..
CuicAao, March 7. Flourqulct. Wheat
openod tlrm and closed dull, No. 1 spring,
$1 29; No. a tmi.ig, t 31 j; cash, $1 2JJ
01 33, April. Corn active and advanced,
No. '2, mixed, S2Jc, fresh, 32c, ca.h. Oats
Arm, No. 2, itiJfaj'iOJc rash. Rye scarce
and ilrro, Nn.2, Ujc. Barley opened
firm and closed dull.'No. 2, fall, 7477c,
closing t 74c. Pork steady at $14 35(5)
U 40, on tno spot; $14 45. April; 14 76,
May. Lard steady, $8 05(8 10, April.
Uulk meats in good demand; shoulders,
packed, 5Jc! sT r. and packod,7jc.
Nxir Y r, March 7. Flour steady,
and in fnlr demand, upor $5 850U 7o;
common to good, $I7 00; tcood to choice
$7 658 40; white wuoat XS8 5010 00.
Whisky, at 92o. Wheat higher, Iowa
spring, $1 60J; fair ordinary No. 2; Chi
cago, in stoic, $1 58; No. 1 spring; In
store; $1 80; red and amber, wetiorn,
I 8501 00; whito, '1 10. Rpodull, Bar
ley quiet. Corn quiet, and held firmer,
good to choice; old wottcrn mixed in
store; GI0C4J; afloat; (SO; new mixed
western, 05(m,06c. Oats a shade Armor;
old western mixod In ttoro; file;
new 41 . 00; whito 40(352.
Colfee nominal. Sugar quiet,
reeUnlng 828, Molasses dull. Pork
more doing on spot; now mess prlmo 14
lJo Beef dull and unchanged; out
me its quiet; shoulders 0c; bams 12c,
middles In good domand and Arm; long
clear 0g7Jc; short clear 8c; long and
short clear 8c; short cloar April 8o.
Lard active and Armor; westcra steam Uj
!)8c; kottlo 8Jc.
MKMrnis, March 7. Cotton senrco and
Arm, low; middling 18c; good ordinary
active 18l7c; recopta 2,181; shipments
3,030; stock actual count 41,100. Flour
quiot weak $6U 20. Corn meal active
$3 80, Corn Arm and higher C658c.
Oats aro steady 4C48c. Hay quiot $20
32. Bran Armor 21j22c. Bulk meats
oaoitnd nnd higher. Shoulders CGc;
side efgjn. Lard dull 8l9Jo. Tork
101c.
New Orleans, March 7. Flour quiet;
XX $7; XXX $0 159; choice $9 250
II 26. Corn dull 85c. Oats 60lo.
Bran $1 05 I 10. Hay quiet, prime $30;
choice $31. Pork higher 101IOq dry
salt nioiu ojei88o. Bacon active
7j(tt)93593-. H,,ms l2i13Jo. Lard
dull, tierce 88c; keg 09o. Sugar
good fair 89c. Motasse good demand
common Sb62; prime 0407. Whiskey
dull, Louisiana 90c; Oincinnati 95o. Coffee
180aoo. Sterling 34); sight
preii,ii,m. Gold 15. Cotton mndorately
active, isles 0,500; good ordinary 17 j; low
ii muling iojc; middling imiuc; mia
dlingOrloans 10J10Jo,
THE QUEEN'S VOW TO THE VER-
CU1UOUS STORIES CONCERNING
VICTOR EMANUEL, PRINCE
HUMBhRl' ANu EX
K1NO AMADEO.
noil
to F.J
the all
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when jJ
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t ever ul
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rcectual
illnirulshJ
iilnal out!
pt from tl
Uir tiealtl
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,ta that bre
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iuiiiiiics, i
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i encagfd
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cr adfaiil
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tea's Vil
In and to
manuel gW'J
ho is at effy;
Id wlthdra y
The Demorratlo members of tbo West
Vireinla lecltlature have adopted resolu
Hons to heal the breach caused by the
election, last Auirusl, of Governor .Jacob,
by aid of Republican votes, over tbe reg
ular Democratlo nominee.
From the New York World.
' I i.V. ....... 19
ilUIIUVfl, I'UUIU.I .11,
An extraordinary story crucerniug iho
abdication of King Amadou comes lo me
iruui to high a source, that I am con
strained to believe it. It Is to this cll'oct:
The queen, as every ouu will remember,
was too PriucetB Mary, tho daughvr of
Prince Charles Emanuel dal P.i7.n illl
Uislerna; shu is only tweniy-Avu years of
age; shu it a very devout Catholic, and
sou is tho mother of tbreo chlldreu, tho
youngest of whom. a prloco,
was born at Madrid only a fow
days ago. Immediately before tho birth
of ibis child tlio young queen was in great
distress of mind, and in very alarming
Db vsical nain. and in her anony uf mind
and body she made a vow io tba Blessed
Virgin that if, through thn mercy of God,
she was braugbt safely through the perils
that then environed her, shu would beg
her husband on her knees to resign tho
throno of Spain, und to hasten back to
Italy. Hor husband was present when
perhaps in delirium she mado this vow,
and he uttered no remonstrance against It.
Therein no doubt tbnt bo has been grow
ing moro and more weary of Spain for
several months, and tho distress and
anguish of his young wife, to whom be is
tenderly attached, probably strongthoned
bis dosire to get rid of
his tliaaklets tatk. Events which
happened oftor the birth of the
child who, in tho opinion of its mothor,
was given hor only as hostage for tho per
formanco of her vow doubtless removed
all hesitation which ho might havo still
felt. He and his wife despite all his
noble qualities and all her graco and
beauty had never been ablo to win over to
win over to their side tho proud noblos of
Spain. 'Just as in Homo tho nobility of
tbo highest rank, with one or two oxcop
lions, sido with the Popo, and refuse lo at
tend tho court of Victor Emanuel, or to
givo any countonanco to his government,
so in Madrid tbo grandees held aloof from
"TUEFORIIUK JLDVX.NTUKEIt,"
As tbey callod King Amadeo, while their
wives could not be Induced to appear in
tbe train of his wifo. This alarmod and
irritated both of tbom not without rea
son ; but tbey continued to hopo that in
timo tbo nobility could bo won ovor to
their sldo. Tbe king mado a last effort to
do this on the occasion of tho christening
of tho new born child. Uo,askod tho
Duchess do la Torre, the wife of Serrano,
to presont tho royal infant at tbe baptis
mal ceremony. She refused with scorn,
and tbe por baVy would havo probably
had to suffer the ignominy of being "pre
sented" by a lady of low rank had not tbo
widow of Marshal Prim, hortelt a ducks,
contented to leave her mourning retire
ment and perform tbe function. I am
told there was a torriblo sceno in tho pal
ace that day, and it was thon thai
tho king finally yfolded to tbo
prayers and tears of his wlfo, and
made to her tbe promiso of abdication
which, as you know, ho fulfilled on the
1 1th of this month. " It is a groat honor,"
said the king In bis meiia.'O to the cortes
announcing bis abdication, "to preside
over the destinies of a country, however
disturbed. I had resolved to keep my
oath and rasp'ct tho constitution, for I be
llAvrd that mv loyalty to Spain would
compensate for whatever errors might be
wero added tho secret advice and pr
of his father to leavo Mpain
back to Italy, victor nmt
dreads death so lone as ho
witn tuo dodo, tie wouia wunara
govornnimt from Home' lo-motTow, aj!, o
r-storeSl. retafs patrimony to Pluf ,-"
ir hit cabinet and parliament wouia allow
him to do it, Amadeo Is a better Catholic
than cither hi fathor or brothar, and
vague dreams float through thn brain of
tho king of a reconciliation effected be
tween Italy nnd tho papal sea with Ama
deo on tho throno. This all sounds like
a romance, you will say; but I bavo reason
and tho best of reason to believe it, is
all true.
POLITICAL NOTES.
Tho Rhode Ilanu Republican conven
tion meet in Providence, March 13, and
new name for governor aro talked of by
tho dozen Election April 2.
Kentucky elect', August 4, a state
troasuror and a legislature Tho Demo
cratic convention meets ut Frankfort, May
1.
Tho action of tho United States sonata
in sotting aside tho Caldwell cato in order
.to consider tho Agricultural College land
grabbing bill it characteristic. Corruption
is permuted to go unpunithed, while rub
bery proceeds apace. Let tho revelers
riot in their plunder. Their time is short.
Albany Argus.
When Vowell Clayton's case comes
ur r..r Piinslderatlon, which will probably
bo in the exeoutivH session of tbe senate
after tho 14th of March next. Senator
Norwood, in behalf of the investigating
committee, will offer a substitute lo tbe
majority report to tho effect
that Clayton's scat bo declared
vacant, Mr. Norwood it preparing a
speech on tho roport in which bo will en
deavor to establish that the canvass,
which rotulted in Clayton's election, is un
paralleled in tho history of ths carpet-bag
statei, and that the sunato cannot afford
to givo refugoto a member elect under
such painful pircumstances.
A vacancy in the Alabama state sen
ato having been filled by the election of a
Democrat, that body is again Democratic.
Tbo parversonets of tho people in electing
a Democrat when a Republican was much
needed may bo rebuked by tbo lieutenant
governor of tbe state if he only
acts as ho has hitherto in
very similar cases. That worthy
nilcht refuso to administer tba
oath to the sonator elect. He, also, as he
hu dono before, might refuse to allow an
appeal to be' taken from his decision.
What is the ute oi bolng lieutenant-governor
in a Southern state unlets you are
somobody. Detroit Free Prtss.
The Albany 'Argu' calls attention to
the fact that, of tho Poland committee,
four of the five mombors voted, in 1868,
to provent judicial inquiry into tho Credit
Moblller iniquity. Tbe 'Argus' sys:
Congresi could have so acted (in 18G91 as
to provent Fitk from illegally gobbling
up tho road, and yet have
secured a thorough investigation
into notorious public wrong. nw estab
lished. But in thwarting Fisk it choie
alto to supprots judicial inquiry. And
tho suppression was cosummated through
the active interposition and under tba
leadership of tho present proved bribe
takers, with tbe co-operation and support
of the mombers ot tba Poland committee.
-There Is no spot in tbe United States
where the old fashioned political parties
are moro distinctly dead than In Hamilton
county. Party lines have almost been ob
llt.rated. Tbe old party machinery is
pretorved In running condition by tba
persons who get their living out
of politics, and the people are in
vited to answer to tho old calls
and cries. Perhaps they will ii lhy
have nothing better to do. Meantime the
Liberals represent tbo popular protest
against partisan Idiocy they have real
strength as protastanls against tbe popery
of parties, and it is not unlikely that tbey
may exert a decisive influence in tba
spring election. Cincinnati Commercial,

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