JOHN H. OBKRLY, PROPRIETOR.
OFFICE, BITIiXiSO'IiT BtniiXI35TGh, COB. ISO?!! B'TIRtELin'r MD -WAaHIlirOTOIT AV2aiTTrB3
- - CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, MARCH 20. 1870 .
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
1'UKHHYTKIIIAN KiSrt filrecl.
lynching, 'abbfitl.at !) u.lii.nlid 1 1. in
I'rayer meeting, Wcdlicday at 7,p. in.
s.ihbath Schro), 3 p.m. .I.M. I.atinln, Hu
pcrlmvndetit. It;v. II. Tiiaykh, Ptor
MiniJODI.ST.-Cor. i:t;!itlr ta Walnut .-u.
I'rtnchliig, Hahhnlli at 10J a.m.. tmil7 p. tu
I'rajfTinwtliii', diiCMlaj-,7 p.nt.
tNhlKilh KUiool, p.ni, L. v. Mlllwcl!,
pllpCllldllldl'llt. ItKV. F. 1.. TllOMI'MON,
uuiai of thi: hkdj-.emi.r-(Kpi-co
MoiiiIiu jir.iT. Sabbath ltl .m
I T n(ntf jini)cr. iS p.m.
!. Iitilh .School, iia.iii. ,,,,
ItKV. I!. Co a.n, Hector.
.-I'. l'.VUMnC'ri ClU ltl ll-Miith ht. and
, u-lilliiM'ili Avenue.
J-ubllcinlce.Snl.bith ":ll).ilid ll a.m.
c.pui, T Ji.Iii.
.abonUi Miool, '2 p.m.
."ervicc e.fr)' day, . a.m.
ItKV. P. J. O'IIallokan, I'rlost.
'I. .ly-EI'lt'd ClM'JtClI. (Herman,) .:or
,i. i' fit Walnut and Crn trc( l.
Mai i-wry sabbath at 10 o'clock n. in. i
'J p. m. i
.M.. dining wurk tin) S o'clock n. in. i
it:v. i. iiomus, i'ri.-t.
l.l.l.M.VN I.I TIir.lt..SCHt)ltCll-l3th ,
rwt hrtnrpn Washington AM-uuc ami
V aluut rtn-ol. ... i i I
I'n sciili.g tind.iy iiinrniiitf at 10 o clock.
.tl.li.itti School l 'ioYlnck p.m.
i:kv. itoifi. iiklmu, I'u-tor
Vol Mi MEN'S (illtWHAN ASs'iCIA
HON.-Iti-guhir nitljnj teiund .Motida
iai-h month at their rooui our Itorkwell
A : (V luniks-tor, Commercial a.euuo.
tikly l'r-yer meeting, J ridny, ) p.m.at ,
Uio room. ,. ...
I.. W. STM.I.WKLL. Prcldcnt.
-L'.'OXD MISSIONARY IIAPTlsT
1 IILUCIL Corner Syoumort) aii'i forty- ,
ur.t ntnvM. I'reaflilnjr Sabbath at II
o'clock a. 111. aiiiHloMuekp. 111.
.-'UiiUy -ciiool 1 (.cluck p. 111. 1
Mil.. . liorrli I. ullllfctcil Willi tho HllllOl-.
.Vorlntloii, hv the l'irt Ml-slon.iry Hap
t:t Uiurrh ot Cairo.
lU.v. Solomon 1j:oNaki, I'aktor.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, he
ttvct-ji Walnut ami Cellar.
service, Sabbath, 11 n.tu.
iMialh School, I) p.m.
cb' uicc-u ut a p.ui.
MaoND free win. iiaptist nf
i cnth ,-ucet., betssetn Walnut ami Cedar.
.-.IVu-c. Sabbath. 1) ail'l 3 p. lit.
lti:v N". lflCKH, I'aftor.
HtKi: Wll.l. ltVl'll'T IIOMK .MlriSION
UI1AUI bUlOOI.. Coimr Walnut
uml ( cilar Htrerto.
aU.utb School, t n.tn. ,
r-JU.iT KUKi: W ll.l. HAlTI.-jT CIU.'UCll
-t urry' lUrruck
.ervlo-t, hahhatb 11 n.m.. 3 p.m. x .Jji. in.
ItKV. WJI. KriXUV, l'amor.
riu.vr jiissioNAitv iuitist ciicucji.
-i'eilar, belwm Mnth ami Tenth hti.
rrejchlnjr.ialiliath, 101 a.m. anil 7 J p.m.
I'rajiT imtln', WfilncJay evcnlnj,'.
I'reaclilntr, FriiJay . eiiln.'. ,
eabUMh .Sclionl, H p.m. John anllaxtrr
ami Mary t-ptien. Sitpcrtiitf nJcnti.
Itr.v. T. J. miohku, 1'4-tor.
sMOXI) HAl'TJSTl IILUCII-Kourttcnth
.unit, hctvt ven LVtlu; nml Walnut. Tho
ouly HaptM chureh rt rojnUeJ by the Aj
octrUlon. .. nlc.-, Sahbith, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. ami . p.m.
UVV. JACOII IJKAIII.I.V, I.IUT. 1
skcukt bum-: lis.
T1IK .MAi-OSi. 1
. lltO COMMAXUKUY, -No. 13.-Pu.teJ 1
Akt-mbly at the Aliiui'tt'",,,u "a,, 1,r,t
uml llilnl MunUayo III each inontb.
.AlltO COUNCIL. No. 21. Itegular Ojnyii.
cation at Mawulc liall, the occond l-ridty
In each month.
WIUO clIM'JIIU No. 7 1. -I tegular ( on
ocatloil at .Ma.onlo Hall, on the third
'I ut-tilay it ovcry mnntli,
t Aiuo i.ou(ii:, No. ita; r.A a. m. iiegn.
Ur Communication at Maoiilc Unit, the
tc toiid ami fourth ilondayofoach month
ALJJCANUKU I.UD.ij:,'.'rt-3Iet'tiInUd.. ;
Fellow' Hall, In Arter"i building, cm ry
rtitirlay evening at o'clock.
(lovfmor IllchardJ. 0(!lehy. j
Ueutenant-Oovenuir .lohn I.. Ilot crlilse. I
ccretary or State 5eorj:e II. Harlow. '
Auditor of tato-C. II. Ltpplncott.
Ute Treaturer Caipcr Jtuu.
Attomo) llriicral .lames Iv. hlall 1
Mipt. Public Iiiktnictlon Newton Hatemau
.Vnalor l.yman Trumbull and John A.
tcprcjcntntlvc for the StateatI.arire b.
I,, lhivcrlilira. ,
Itcprcvjuutlvc Thirteenth lUtrict .luJni
MJ:Mlli:itS OKNKUAI. ASSKJIIH.Y.
Ilciircteutatlu- In the .'nth (lifict.
John 11. Oberly, Win. A. Rciuina and -Math-ev
juiatoi- Tor the &otli dl'trlct. Jc-c are.
.ItiJce 1. J. Uukor, of Alexander.
Slate's Attorney Patrick. II. l'opu.
Clerk It. S. Yocuiu.
hhcritr A. II. Inln.
Wm. Martin Aseor and Treaurcr.
Itidire F. Uroi.
AMoclatc J. K. McCrlto and M archil
.lerk .Tacoh (1. Lynch,
toroncr . John H. (!o.mnan.
MUNICIPAL "(JO VKHNM KNM".
Ma) or .John M. Laniden.
Trcaiumr II. A. Cuuiiiiu-ham.
Comptroller K. A. Itunictt.
Clerk Michael llowloy.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II, 1'ope.
Police MaKUtrate K. Ilross and II. Sl.an
Chief of 1'nllec L. II. Myer.
Mayor John M. Laiiixlcu.
riceond Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. htaats Tavlor;
Cltv-at-Larsc-W. 1'. llatllday and !.
HOA1U) OK AI.PKItMKN.
J'"lrt AVard -James Uearden, A. II. Sar
lord. Isae Walder.
Second Ward-U. II. cunulnsham, K. Uu
df r. O. Stauecl, Jamrn fiwayiie.
Tliird Ward-Win. Htratton, J. It. Phillip
Kouinh Ward Jno. Jl. l!oblnoii, (I. II.
cane, .1.11. Metcalf.
It h ropotteil that Howard' treaty j
..Ith CVihl.'O will ri-Milt In rUltin from (
Muxlco on our government of $CC,fXrj,i.0&
.Mil. A Mi km' U01: tni ho.v, an cxtenlvn ,
ii;:ar plantor rcidiiiK nenr New Oileant j
ur.d n hmtlitr of JJr. Hlufifl I'.aherUon of '
I.jhIivII n, died ( mrt1l-Kix on Monday '
Ovi.t: a hundred niiitr plantntioui 111 (
I.oui.lntia ti8Hb"en abandoned lnt"ly, be
cii', uinlcr the opfallvu laxnli.in and I
other ililll :u!tl'- with whleh plnnloM huve j
tii oontotid, they nrc nimble to inaVe Mitr
ouHuro rliiiir.rrtl .-
Ill i;k i noitielbiti(; fur iinturili'tt. -Tba
Union City. Tenni'J', 'CourlBf' ay. ;
'Mr. 1'ratiU lleaioleyof Henry iniinty, in
formi tu that hi wa at Danvil'e, on the
Tennesjco rlvor, a lew ilajn ince, and
ili.eoverod tbi "kcleton of tniii'i forty or j
iltty pcrjotiK on the river bin); v. h-.ro thro
ha.l recontly been n lide. They till
ioniiud to bo prnni ol tttraordinnry i.e
neatly h of thorn over eveu fu-l in
length, and wull preer.t-l In (.ppcaraticf.
They evidently Ixilonyi'd to h r' 0 of men
,ln Inhabited till" eoiiulry prior to ti4
lti'lUn.. Mr. II.eli!V I. a gentleman of
erclty, alioo ttl'tii',iit 'n bo relied
- - - -
Tiiki:k cein to bo soi.iu -Jlhputuin re
gard to the provlilona of th3 new postal
law. Tho Ilurlin'ton 'Hawl; Ky' under
itandi it n follow:
"After tho tSOth of Juno tint all free
uiniwr will bo excluik'd from the inaili.
Ncwjpjpcrii who now recelvo their ax
changes free will havn then to pay prtt
ny.n the Jam. a subvirilwn now do. For
loino yearn back the to hai been 1.0 po.tao
on new.pnper tircuUted in tho county
whero printed. Alter tho 30th of Junu
poilto ('0 cents a yean will I.avoto ba
jial 1 on thcio pipers the ami n on tlioso
coining from n distanco. Amotidmcnti
wcro oll'ered requiring the prepayment of
newpaper postaRe, and alo rcoucing let
ter poitao to two cent, but thev both
TUB HOOKS OF THE Ultl.DIT
MOIJUilEI. DEMANDED '
II Y THE ATTOKXBY
(j EN E It AI.
HESU5N ATIOX OF GOV. M'COOIC
HAWYKIi CONl'IHMKI) AS ASSIST. !
A NT SKOU KTARY 0 1" TH K .
MAYOl'. HAVKMKYKlt ltLOAUDKU I
AS I1KINC, OL'T OF THK 1
P.AOICAL HANKS. I
Nomj.vallv, tho CJ'ilncy 'Herald" sayi,
the president of the United State re
cp!vo "foOjOOO per r.nnuiii. HcnMy he. re
ceive! near $U0,000 per annum. Ho It
furnished a houa freo of rent. The lighti
that turn in that houo and nronnd It aro
paid for by tho peop'o. Hi urvanti .ex
cept one, aro paid fur out of the trcaiury.
Tho (tablet and tho hay nud corn and
bran that feedi l.U cowt aro paid for out
of the treaiurr. The furniture. Is tin
home ii renewed every eont:re. The
garden that growl bin vegetable and the
gardener to raUe them romei from tho
trcatury. Indeed there i tcarioly any
thing that ho u-ei .that tho goTcrment,
don't pay for, and nil these! tlilr.gi Volt
upon pn Kveraii about JOO.Ooo per an
num, thin mnlil hii annuil payrnoiili in
the neighborhood of f HOtOO per anrnim.
Th Credit .Mobilior party haVo done thit
if notllin: elie.
inr. hooks or tiik ciiedit itom i.t tu.
Wakiiinotox, March I'J. Tho attorney
gonoral hai written to Oakel Amei for
tho lok! ol tho Credit Mobiller company,
f,ir the me of tho i;ovcrnin.nt in pro- j
cutlng tho mil ngalnit that corporation.
II1E I'ADf.Tl. j
Irupector I.oti'dalo of the naval academy
report that the Caduti were woll provi
ded for In ovory rcipect on tho occasion
of their vilt to Wathlnglon, to take part
in tho inauguration ceremonies
Tho president hai decided to commuto
ttie.ionteneo of O'liricn, i-onvictod of the
murder of Cunningham in Auguit lait,
to Imprijonment for life.
Having declined tho reappointment to the
govcrnorthlp of Colcrada territory, the
president will tnd to the rcnute tho name
of S. H. I'.lbert of that territory, at hit
lucccMor, to take cllect April 17, at
tho expiration of McCook 1 term.
Tbo senate hai confirmed 31 r. Sawyor
at nsMitanl iccretary of tbo trcaiury.
fc'awyer wai sworn in to-day and as
sumed tho duties of his office.
Nkw Tom:, March 19, At a mooting
of tho Uemiblican Central commltteo last
evening, remarks woro made by promi
nont members to tha eiTeot that Mayor
Havcmyer was not to bo rcgard.il at a
rnembor of the party, .
LKHAIi, ENTIRE AND ETERNAL
lnvees of the Mississippi river Uavo to sit .
during roccs, ami roport on tho conde j
Hon of tho levees of tho Mlisisslppl rivet1 ',
and also on tho propriety of the govern !
ment tontrollinit and maintaining the
Thu chair decided tho resolution out of
The setmto proceeded to tho eonthlora
lion of tho caso of Senator Cildwtll.
Uonlslim; said thnt Ualdnell wm legally
elected, and now, two years aftor his olw
Uon, the (tnato was asked to doclaro hitn
nevorelict..d at nil, and that In fact no
such election over tool, place, and that hll
sent hat been vacant nil tho titoo. Ho '
(Uonkling) could not so pronounco his 1
oath. An he understood it, It forbade linn
doing ao. Kverytime the sonnte tran
icended to low, In order that particular j
good might come, t'joy gilded with no.
light, tho examination of Itowlan-l's 1
"(h. Liberty, ;
Hoiv many irime a re fommllteil In thy j
The formto could not hold that Cnld- j
well was not elected, nnd nt tho samu 1
tiniu maintain tboy could expel him.
They could expel no one except ho be a
member, and no one could be a senator
unleM ho was to elected. Hut for tho
purposoof expelling him would tho sen
ate hold him up for awhile as a -onntor 1
for tho purposo of knocking him down?
Hither Caldwell was elected or the senato
has no power to expel him.
Senator Conkling, without concluding
his remarks, gavo way for executive ses
sion, at tho expiration Jof which tho sen
lEUE I1YACIXTHE CAUSING
COXSI DEItAIII.E EXCITE
MENT IN GENEVA.
GLADSTONE SIJRMITS TO THE
QUEEN THE NAMES OF
THE NEW CAR
TltEATN IILTWKKN J'KANCK AND
(JKIIMAN V KATIl'lKD.
Ol.' U HUSSIAN MINISTKU II K
CKIVJU) 1IY THK C.AU.
KTC-, ETC., UTC.
of cole, total 110,000 butholi, Louisville;
Tom Hew, 110,000; Tom ltoes Mo 2, Jul,
00ft Tlgor, 77,000; Chnrles Drown, 125,000
coal nod 173,000 coke; Sam Miller 110,000;
A J linker 1 20.OO0, St Loui: IS A Ilab
I age, 80,000, J
Namii villk, Marcl. 19. l'.iver falling
slowly with J fcttcunlon harpolh shoal.i. ;
AVeathnr mild and partially cloudy. Ar
rivcu: ,u iienman, bvantvllle. Wo
purted: Tyrone, Cairo; Ada Hftilmnn,
(iV.N AT, A CIV. NTT h
A It It EST OF A NOTORIOUS
COV. DIXSEES NO REASON WHY
HE SHOULD INTERFERE
ii. WAltDNEH, M. D. '
Oillco and He.ldeticu HI Coimucivlal avp.
ime, (next door to the Athuueuui).
DIt. 13. (J. TAREJt,
Will resttnia tho practice ol hU profef nlon
with especial reference to tho cleotrlea
treatment ol dltcases In all tho new and Im
proved methods of application.
1 In all cases of female complalnU a lady
will bo In attendance.
Office, Jl!3 Commercial avenue, up t-talw.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
FJ3IDBNCE-No. 21 Tmrteemb utrett. b..
Ii twean WathiDKton arenue and Walout street.
OiBce liilOoniniorclil aitnun, up ttalra.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RKfllDKNCK-eornfrNlnth and Walnut al,
Oftlua-oornor Sixth atroet and Ohio leva,
ufflco hour. from a a.m. to IS m., and p.ro,
It. S. 1IUK1HAM, M. D
lloineopathlo Phy.lclan mid thirgeou. Of
iko 130 Couimcrctnl uvenue. ltetUlence 011
Team street, throe doors west of C. II.
Congro-sman Heel: of Kentucky, will
spend ihoruinmor in Enropo.
Young l'rnd (Irant, ton of the presi
dent, will spend n portion of tbo coming
tummor In tho Yosomlto Valley, Cal.
Tho president has appointed Fred
erick Sav;yer, cx-senntor of South Car
olina, assistant secretary of tho trrus-ury.
James Hrooks is very 111; he is atten
ded only by his family nurto and physic
Ian, the Inst of whom has forbidden any
attompt, oven if possible, tu leavo liU bed.
He seem to fail in rttength daily
Tho libel suit of (leo. Count Johannes
ugaiti't tho Now York 'Times' for libel
ing him In connection with tho Nathan
murder, was commenced in the uprumo
ooitrt on Tuesday. K
At tbo requcstofHur Majesty, Queen
Victorin, lit. Hon. Wm. E. Gladstone has
rc.'Umed tho premiership and recon
structed the cabinet. No Important
changes havo been made in tho ministry,
nearly all '.he former members havo been
reappointed. Tho action of Mr. Ulnd
stono in rosumintho head of tho govern
ment cives general satisfaction.
Tho remains of Lieutenant llicd T.
Stewart, lato of thu Fifth United States
cavalry, who was brutally murdered by
Apachu Indians in Arizona last Auguit,
havo been brought to Erie, Pennsylvania,
by order of tho war department, for intor
ment. Ho was a imtivu of that place, and
graduated at West Point in 1871.
Reedier introduced a couple of stran
ger to St. Louit on Tuesday night
"Miuihood nnd Monoy." Chicago Times.
Which Is the oldest Miss Antiquity,
old Aunty Diluvlati, Miss Ann Torlor,
Mis Ancestor, MIm AnnT. Mondnno, or
Miis Ann T. Cedent? Ex. MUt An
thony, to bo -jure.
At soon as tho oxittlng licenses of tho
Indianapolis saloonkeepers oxpiro tho
tempcranco pcoplo of tbo city will mako
an ctl'ort to hnvo it bell tolled at 0 o'clock
ovory evening, as n notice of bcdtimo to
nil peaceably disposed persons.
Thn Scripture must bo revised, or tho
frieuds of KopublicuiH nud sinner will
becsmo unbelievers. Tim Scrlpturo the
ory is that tho true prophets are not with
out honor ovcrywhcri) snvo In their own
country. South Rend and North Easton
iiuvooxacuyrovi-red this doctrine Cin
Tho latu Mr. Soward onco wrote ; '!
am not moro confldent of any truth than
I am of this, that no republican Rovorn
ment can stand that has not (or in clilof
wgport tho morality uml virtvo of thu
peoplo. 1 am equally confident Ih it inor
ity and vlrluecKn only bu maintained by
teaching tho Christian religion, Henco
it it that as a magistrnto I deem it a sol
emn duty, on proper occasions, to bear
tettlmony to the tancliont of that re-
CoLUui: Ohio, March 19. Tho state
temperance convention assemble 1 in the
City hall at -p m and was called to order
by tho Rev D. A. Randall, who delivered
an address of welcome. Permanent or
ganization was effected by electing Rtv
F. Merrick of Delaware chairman, and
E. L. Kcxford and .1. J. Jnmuy of Colum
bia, secretaries. A telegram was read
from Uio M. E. conference In fie. .ion at
Saletn Ohio, expre;sltg sympathy and de
claring its mombors would proach, pray
and vote for tho legal, ontire and eternal
prohibition of liquor tratUc. Tho usual
committees were appointed.
AVI 1,1. NOT ISTKRVKKi:.
Ai.iiaxv, March 10. Tho governor an
nounced that he still aoes no reason for
interfering in tho cnte of Kottor.
VKRDICT TOR $30000,
PiULADELiHiA, March 19. In th
enso of Daniel Scull against Kensington
bank, for the recovery of $30,000 in gov
ernment bonds, stolon from n box depot
Hod for safo keeping, when tho bank was
robbed In 1871, tho Jury this morning
a'fter being out two days return od u ver
diet for plaintiif.
Pan-ama, March 8. The practicability
of n ship canal through Nicaragua hat
baon tettlcd by tho laborer of tho present
1'nltod States turveying party.
W.vbtii.NaTON, March I'J. Senator
Wright moved that tho senato take up
for consideration thu resolution submitted
by him proposing that the previouu ques
tion may bo demanded uither by a
minority vote or soma modltled form,
Sonator Thurman objected to tho con
sideration of tho resolution.
Senator Wright thowml tho uecestlty of
adopting some such rule for tbo purpose
of fiicilitnting the transaction of public
Senator Sherman hoped tho resolution
would bo taken up and referred to tho
committed on rule, without debate, and
lot thorn oxnmino tho whole tuhject and
report at tho next ".onion.
' After rousl.lerablii debate the aonato by
' 11 vote of !!5 agalust "0 rufusod to tako up,
and thut rcferrud tbe rosolullon.
On motion of Senator Anthony the
commissioner of'agricullnre wan requetted
to commtinlcatu to tho sonato hi annual
report, with accompanying paper, which
weru ordored printed.
Senator West asked tho senato to lake
1 up his resolution giving the committee on
SENTENCE PASSED ON A. MUR
DERER IN INDIANA
COSVIUKNCK MAS ARRESTKIl.
I.oumvillk, March 1C Detectives
Illigh nnd Gallagher arretted and
broucht here last nijht from Ef
fingham county, Illinois, a con
fidence man named Harry Rochelle,
alias Jennings, alias O. I. Vannome, alias
Chnrlet Uolderbrandt. Tho prisoner had
been in correspondence with the cashier
of Fall City Tobacco bank, pretending to
be a pall of tho ban): robbers, and to have
becomo angry with them and offered to
uxpose tbetn, secure their capture and tho
rdcovery of stolen bonds, if paid o,000 in
ndvar.co. From papers found In his pos
session it was evident he had been prac
ticing the tame game with tbe ollircr of a
bank at Columbia, Kentucky, which was
recently robbed and tho cashier murdered;
clio under the namo of C. D. Vanome,
with ofllcrs of tho Granlto State National
bank at Kxoter, New Hampshire. Ho
was brought beforo tho city court thlt
morning anil remanded to Jail till Friday,
to allow tho detectives time to work up
Fort Wav.ne, Ind., March 10, Heb
bier, who wa tried and condemned for the
murder of his wife, was to-day sentenced
to imprisonment for lifo by Judge Urcck
inridge. When asod to tay why len
ience should not be pasted on him, be sim
ply replied, without any sign of emotion
"I am no', guilty."
Oknkva. March 10. Thu religious ox
citemcnt in this city, caused by the preach
ing of Father Hyacintho is increasing.
The t'ltramontanos aro much oxasnoratod.
1.0.VP3.V, March 19. Gladstono pro
ceeded to Windsor to-day and submitted
to tho queen tho names of tho Incoming
Paris, March 10. Assembly this r.f'
ternoon ratified without a di'esntlng
voice tho treaty tignml Saturday between
Thiers and Count Von Arnlm, German
ambassador, providing for tho payment ol
tha war Indomnity and evacuation of the
London, March I'J. The thruo men ar
rested at C'orkj yesterday on suspicion of
being perpetrators of thn frauds on tho
Rank of England, wero released this morn
ing, there Mng no ovldonco ag'iinst them.
St. Peter'Iil'ro, March 19. James L.
Orr, United Slates minister to Russia,
was received by tho Czar to-day, and
presented his credentials.
London, March I'J. A serious riot be
tween Englishmen and Irishmen occurred
at 'Wolverhampton, near Ilirmlngham
ye-torday. At least 3,000 persons were
encased in tho conflict. Fire-arms nnd
knives wero freoly used. Thorn was
much bloodshed, though no ense- of fatal
Injury nra reported.
11EATKH TO HRAT1I.
Underwood, Oct., March 10. Last
night h family named Price, with tomo
friends, living nt Port Uruce, wcro attack
ed as they were getting out of a sleigh, by
five men nrmod with dubs, and beaten.
George Price, an old man, died from his
injuries. Another man, Phillip Warren
is not expected to survive, nnd threo
others aro seriously injured.
COLLISION OF TWO FREIGHT
TRAINS ON THE nANNI
KAL AND ST. JOE.
ONE ENGINEER AND FIREMAN
St. Joe Mo., March 10. About half
paitono o'clock this morning a collision
occurred betweou two freight trains on
the Hannibal and St. Joo railroad two
mile cast of this city. Tbo engineer of
tho westward bound train,
named Joo Proctor, and tho fire
man of tho lamo train, named,
Frank Dye, wero killed, and a brakoman
named Fetor Daley was slightly injured.
Tlio'o in chargo -of tho onttorti bound
train jumped from the locomotive and es
caped uninjured. Roth locomotives nra
nearly a total wreck, and four froight can
wero badly fmashed.
On thit end of tho North Missouri rail
road nro quiet nnd tralnt aro running.
Raltimohe, March 10. Mary M., wife
of Hon. Rovordy Johnson, diod thit morn
ing, in tho seventieth year of her ago.
Washington, March lO.-Probabillties-Tho
low burometor in Indiana and Michl
gan will movo eastward on Thursday ovor
Middle ttatc. For Middle and Atlantic
coattt Increasing toutbeast winds, threat
ening weather and rain. For South At
lantio ttatet cloudt and potslbly rain, with
touthwett winds, followod by northwett
windt and falling temperature by Thurt
day evening. For Ohio valley and Upper
Lake rising baromoter, falling tempera
lure, freth to brisk cold nortbwetUrly
windt and generally clearing weather.
Cautionary tignalt are ordered for Savan
nah, CharUtton, Wilmington, Norfolk,
Baltimore and Cap May.
Ni:w York, .March 10. .Money ttrin
gont. 1-32 to 1-IC and closing latter rato;
tterling quiet, ttcady, fJ; gold strong
16l,151; closing liJfTJilfii. Loans -.7
per cent. Gold for carrying clearings .TJ,
600,000; expolts 221,780 In silver bar;;
treasury disbursements 5-1,000; govern
ments dull, steady; statu bonds very dull,
stocks Irregular, unsettled, very dull.
Coupon 0s or -81, 18 ; G-20i of -0'J, 101
of -CI, 151; of .6.-1, 1C ; now of -05, UJ
of -07. 1'IJ; of 08, 10; now fx 13
10-40 10 ; currency Cs, laj
Ulsc and Fall of the Jtlve r
For 21 houiN ending :i p. 111., March I'J. 1S7".
ft. l'.iul ... ,
Davenport.. . .
Now OrleaiM, .
1 ft 11
MkIII'III., Marcq 10. Cotton quiet
good ordinary l.VJ&l'V; low middling 17
017Jc; receipts 1,J05; ihipmenU 1.CJ5;
stock -tOJO- Elour dull 57ylu 50. Corn
meal activo SJ 70. Oorn, demnnd active
and ndvanccd CJlj.Jc. Oats dull 4Ct7c.
Hay dull, westorn $2,128. liran steady
l'Jo. Hulk meat unchanged. Lard dull
Fl10c. Pork steady Sir, 10.
Sr. Louh, March 10. Folour etcadv,
supor $50.1 50; XX ?0 fmilv
1 2fJ,&; cholco $0 2.73,10 L'5. Wbea't
dull; No 2 spring soft $1 35; No :: rod
tall $1 C5(?,l C. Corn arid outs un
changed. Rarloy quiet; No 2 spring 70(.jj,
Toe; choice 05cf I. Ryo dull; No 2 CC(a)
f'iSc. Pork casior lor buyers; men SIC;
dry salt incuts drooping, shoulder May
ojc; clear rib ipot 7c; clear
tidei 75J. Uacon quiet; ihoufdort CJ(S,7
cloarrib 81(53 J; 0c for Jobblm and ordor
lots. Laru dull nt 7 Jc. Prime steam
groceries Hat; rlo cofleo 2Q; Louisiana
sugar tkjijllc; plantation molasses nomitml,
at 70800. Whisky unsettled, nnd held
at 63c. Cattlo firm nt 4(0 fair to X.
Hogs nominal, and market bcro, no re
ceipts. Ohicaoo. 3Iarcli 10. Flour dull.
Wheat uctive; No 1 spring 8 i!7j; No 2
spring SI 20?. cath. Corn advanced; No
2 mixed 311c; regular frosh 31 jc. Oatt
advanced; No 2 20J(i,'2?c. Ryo dull and
lower; No G4c. Ilarloy tlcadv; No 2 fall
71(Ti)75c. Provlsicns In fair itemand and
advanced. Pork talcs conQned to option
Mav$U 80U SB; closinc atSH 00.
New Orleans. .March 10. Flour dull;
double extra $li CO IrobJo $8 25 chnico
extra fO 25. Corn quiet at 03Goc. Oatt
oa!ierat llt3o. Ikan dull at 'J597Jc.
Hay prime 27 00 cholco $M CO. Pork
aenrconud firm at 17 DS meats GJ8fi)
8Jc. Racon quiet, 7J, 8J(Ti)l0i; Imnis
tcirce, 11-fT. 15c. Lard dull; tierce 8J
Bjc; keg 'Jjij.CJ.:. Sugar dull, cn 7c;
prlmo 0foj!Jc. Molasses quiet; com
mon fomenting 4013e; good fermenting
50c Whiskey 'J2!7p. Sterling 24J;
light promiuin; gold 1 lj. Cotton Rctlva
and stiller; sales 7,000; ordinary J3Jc;
good ordinrrv I5je; low middling 175c;
middlin- 184c; mlddlinL Orlcnnt 185c:
exports Liverpool 4,131; continent 2,205;
coaitwlso 3,801; stock $,031,110.
THE WIFE Of'eX-KINO AM A
From Conespondcnce Londou Neu?.
Mariu Victoria, who ts more ambitious
tlmti litr husband, and by no meant Gari-
iiMtuun in tier iiolltlct. would. If left to
herself, havo jjonn on risking life und for
tunn to retain lior thorny crown. She It
painfully nllvo to what it" Frouch might
term thu ridicule of her situation. Thu
poor lady had made up her mind from in
lancy to bo u queen, A statesman of
world-wide reputation has told mo that
when n vory littlo girl her head was
turned by seeing the Empress Eugcnlo go
ing, in nil tbo peacock splen
dor of imperial pngontry, to
tho opening of tbo chambers, Tho
future queen of Spain was thon a pupil In
tho convent of tho Sacro Ciuur of Purls.
On describing to lomo of tho nuns tho dar.
r.ling pomps nnd vanities the had wit
nessed, thu was informed that Mile, de
Jioniijo was ueiiicatea lrom iniancy to
tho virgin, nnd a dovnut worshipper of
our lady, who rowurded her for her piety
with an Imperial crown. Tho following
Sunday tbo youthful Princess della Ci
terms wont to dine at tho houso of tho
stntssman who has given mo tlioso details.
"Well my littlu friend," ho said to her nt
desert, "I tee that you will merit some
nice recompense, as well as tho empress,
tinco tho tistert have given you a medal
for good conduct." "It's not a prize, ' nn
swerod tho child; "it's n modal
in honor of Notro Da mo des Vic
toires. You know sho's my patrunesn. I
urn called Maria Victori'i after her."
'Indeed I Such n powerful godmother
ought to send you charming presents."
"I should think so; if you know what I
havo asked her for.'1 "Thn biggest doll
that evor wai bought." "No." "Well,
thon, a ertfhe with the Inuati'uio, thu shep
herds, angel', wlso men and oxen V1' "Oh,
unnienso I Wo havo plenty of crcehts at
thu convent; I'm sick of them. I havo
askod our lady to give mo half of her own
crown, or n whole regal ono. You know
slio gavo tho empress, who it only a littlo
Spanish countess, an Imperial crown the
nuns say la )lui belle eeuronue tin mondc
What could sho and ehould sho not do fi r
a Princes delta Chterna, who is culled af
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
r. u i 11 a rsj th.
DEALERS IN FJ OTJU ;
An.t Avtal of
SU10 HIVan AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lrvkk,
COFFEY, PACE k CO.,
I' O R W A It II 1 .V (i
A jr D '
DAVID W. HARNETT.
ubcrvor Sjg. Ser. IJ. S. A.
Little Rock, March 10. Cloudy and
warm. River fulling; 3 fegt scant. De
parted: Klttin Hegler, Cincinnati; Co
loital; Now Orleana.
Vitk-siu'RO, March 10. Down: Rich
mond nud Pargoud, Up, Jonnlo Huwell,
Warm and raining. River falling.
LoftviLLE, March 10. Rtvur falling
slowly;' 8 feet 4 Inches canBl; 0 feet 4 inch
chute. Weather geuurally clear and
mild. Ruslnesgood. Arrived: Liberty
nnd bnrgut, St. Louis; Potomac, Memphis;
Churle Jtrown, Pomerov; Exchange,
John Gilmoru and Sam Parker, Pittsburg.
Dopaitod: Liberty, Whoeling; Kxchanuo,
St. Louis; Potomac, Cincinnati; llowen,
Cinci.nnatti, March 10. Rlvor 10 foot
nnd falling. Arrived: Nick Longuorth,
Now Orleans. Departed: Juniata, Pitts
burg, Andy Baum, Muuiphls; Charmor,
Kvactvlllo; Jno Kllgotir, New Orleans.
Woather cloudy and warm,
New Oulbanh, March PJ. Arrived:
Carrio V Kountr., St Louit. Departed:
Chas llodmann, Cincinnati; Thompson
Dean, Kellogg and barges, St Louis,
EvASisvii.LE, March 10. Weather
cloudy nnd mild. Mercury HO to CO de
greet. River hat risen 20 inches. Up: 11
S Turner, Minneola, Fayette, Liberty No
IS, Mary Houston, Iron Mountain, Down:
Koto Iilto, Gray Englo, Mary Atiumt, Ra
ven, Idlowlld and Silver Thorn, lluslnot
Ml- , .
Pittsiiuro, March 10. Rivor rising; 0
foet 0 Inuliea. Ulear and pleasant. Ar
rived: Oarrlo BTooVt, Wheeling. De
parted galn for tbo lam; polutt. De.
parud, the following towt ofcolt John P
Drover, ed,900 buthelt of coal tsd 50,000
CAHtO CITY COAL
I irrsMrH,i tu uivl 0 i.tumir ittt lis
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OltUEltS left ut Halllday llro. oillco. 7
Olllo I.RVEK, or at tho Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho TUU "Montauk" will bilng coal
awldo to steamers at any hour.
WlltlVI AMU t,lSAUtlHM.
II. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Alto, k oobsUbU en hand a moil com j
pltt rtock of ,
aooTOM and ituun wniBkict
-O I N B.
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba WIni
Jt. Smvth &Co. arolil-o agents (or Spen
cer. Mclvav A Co.'s Pittsbtin;ale,orvhfcli:
large stock it kept conitautly 011 hand at
their wholctalo store. j
To any bresvd man who can do buslucrk
on tho quiet, I guarantee an Jmuieno Foi'.
tunet, eatlly, rapidly, and In perfect taftt j .
Addrcti In perfect coufldenee,
- WM. Wahukjc,
. W ett Fourth itrtf t, Hew York
I2.Q5MW 81a '
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO., k"
(rtuccMinr to K. I). Uendrieca 4 Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Sw- Liberal Adr ancemeula mad cT-M
Vt-m upon CoDtlxnueDtn. mBt
Ar trPril to rrce!T, dot and tonrari
frrlht to all point aad buj au i
ell oa rommlsmon,
wriiimincx ilen.t'l to prnmpUy;
S. I). AYKIt.l. . K. J. AVKltft
AVERS k CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 76 Onto I.r.vsr, Uaiko, Ills.
iTTA. CUNNING HAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND IlKALElt IN
hay, oats. co:r,:n
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - ILLINOIS
MILLER St PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roR FAI HUANG'S SOALKS
Ohio Levee. CAIHO. II.IJNOI3.
JOHN H. PHLLIS Si SON,
lHucceom to John B. Chilli,!
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TEISTE-ST. jmi ORIO LEVI
WOOD RITTENnOUiK & DUO.
on eril ConuUslou Mtrchat
IIS OIIO LIT1I,
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