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JOHN H. OBEULY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND .COUNTY.
Trenching, (Sabbath, at W a,ui. awl 7 p.m
Prayer mcetinf, Wndnccday at P. in.
tibbath School, 3 p.m. .1. M. Lansdkn, Su
perintendent, llev. II. TlMYKH, Pastor
METHODIST.-Cor. KIrIiUi ami Walnut Bts,
Preaching, Sabbath at 10 a.m., and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7) p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. fjtlllwcll,
Huperlntendent. Ilxv. F. L. Tuomphon,
CHURCH OF TIIK HKDKKMKK-(Klle
Morning prayer. Sabbath H'l a.m.
Evening prayers. 71 p.m.
' niv. E. Coax, Hector.
feT. PATRICK'S CHURCH-Nlnth St. and
1'ublle mi-vIcc, Habbath 6:10 and 10 1 a.m.
Vc.pers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath Hchool. 'i p.m.
fervlco pvery uar, 8 a.m.
ItKV. P. J. O'JlALWUAN, l'rlctt.
I-T. .lOSEI'H'S Clll.'ltCIJ.-tOennan,) ;or
ner of Walnut and Cro ttreet".
MatK, ecry Sabbath at 10 o'clock . m.
Vespers, 't p. in.
Mail during ii-rU ilar., 8 o'clock a. ui.
itnv. 0. Hoffman, Priest.
flrcct between Washington Acmo and
Walnut utrret. ......
Preaching SitnOuy morning at 10 o clock.
Sabbath school ut S o'clock p. in.
Itnv. Hon'T. Uemiiu, Taktor
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting Mcond Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
A Co't book f tore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly l'rayer meeting Friday, "1 p.m. at
I.. W. STII.UVKI.L, President.
SECOND MISSIONARY HAPTIftT
i.'ilUitCll. Corner Syainore and 1-orty-
first street". Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. mi. and :i o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church l connected with the Illinois
A.noclatlon, by tho First ULsloiiary Itnji-
tlit Church ot Cairo.
IIkv. Solomon Leonard, Pattor.
AFJtlCAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
twocn Walnut and Cedar.
tiervicet, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
SaSbatU School. 1 p.m.
CUes meet at U p.m.
KECOND FREE WILL UAl'TIST- Fif
teenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. 1J and S p. m.
ItEV. H. Mens, Pattor.
FREK WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
HAUIUTH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School. U a.m.
piiwt l'itEE Will uaptist church
A 7 p. ro.
Tin: holri of Annoke Jam held a re
union In Cbioago tho other day.
Tur. City National bank ol Ftdueah.bai
l6ii authorized to do businesK with a cap.
I till i toe u or S'ZOO.UOO.
i-enrice. Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 rt.tn.
ItEV. AVu. Kkllkv, Pastor.
FIKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth bt.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a.m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer mcetimr, Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m. John VanUaxtcr
aud Mary Steuben., Superintendent.
ItEV. T. J. Smokes, Pastor.
SECOND BAPTIST CIIURCII-Fourtcetita
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only IJaptlot church recognized by the Aa-
b'ervlcei, Sabbath, 11 a,m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Itr v.Jacob Ukaulky, Elder.
CAIRO COMMANDER Y. No. 13. Stated
AMemblr at the Asylum Masonic Hall, llrst
anil luiru aiouuays in cacu wouui.
CAIRO COUNCIL. No. St. Regular Convo
cation at Maaonlc Hall, the second Friday
lu each month.
CAIRO CUAlTEIt No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Jiaaouic ilau, on tue mini
Tuotdav ol everv month.
CAUtU LODCIK, No. an F. i A. M. Uepu-
lar Couuuuulcatloux nt MaMjnlo Jlall, the
second aud fourth Monday, of men mouth
ALEXANDER LODUE, ) Meet In Odd-
Kellow.' nan, in Aiwr nuiiuiiis, every
Thurday evening at S o'clock.
Governor nichard .1. Oglcsby.
Lleutenant-Oovernor John L. liocrhlge.
Secretary of State Oeortje 11. llarlow.
Auditor of State O. E. Lipplucott.
State Treasurer Camper Ruu.
Attorncv Oeiicral Jamca K. Ed -all
Supt. Public Instruction Newton llatcman
Seuatora Lyman Trumbull and John A.
Geircientatlva for tlie State-at-LarKc S.
Jlepreicntatlvo Tlilrtecnth Dlitrlct .Tohn
MEMBERS OENKirAL ASSEMBLY.
Rcprcsentathcs In th Wtli dlnt'kt.'
John 11. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma mid Math
cw J. In.core.
Senator for the 50th dl.trlct. Jesc Ware.
JudRC D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
SUito'a Attorney I'utrlck 11. Pope.
Clerk-lt. S. Yocuui.
Sberitr A. II. In In.
Wm. Martin A.seeior and Treasurer.
'Judge F. Hroso.
Aiioclute J. E. McCrite and S. Marchll
unit. Clerk Jacob Q. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Gorman.
MUNICU'AIi "(10 VEUNM EN T.
Mayor John M. Lnnndcu.
Troaturer II. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Hnwlcy.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pope. .
Police Magistrate Bros and B. Shun
Chler of Pollce-L. H. Myers.
Mayor John M. l.ansdun.
Flrrt Ward-P. O. Schuh.
feSc.om,,J ra-C. It. Woodward.
Third Wanl Jno. Wnmi.
Fourth urd S. Staats Taylor,
Clty.aLBrBC W. P. llalllda
BOAUD OF AUiEUMItN.
First Ward-Jnmcs Uearden, A. B. Saf
lord, Ieaao AValder. '
Second Ward It. H. Cunningham, E. Bu
der, Q. Stancel, Jamca Swaync.
Third Ward-Wm. Stratton, J. II. Phim.
Fourth Ward Jno. U. ltoblnaon, O. H.
eaie, J. U. Metcalf.
illlday and 1).
U. WARDNER, M. D.
Oltlce and Hc6ldcuco 111 Commorel.il uvo
line, (next door to tho Atheiicum).
DR. R. C. TABER,
Wtll resume tho practice ot his profositlon
with etpeelal reference to the electrica
treatment ot dlseaics in all the new aud Im
proved method of application.
In all casea of feinalo complaint, u lady
will be In attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up rtatre,
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
VESIDENOB No. 81 TbirtMoth .Iteet, Im
AV twtea WuhiDfton avenue aad Walnut .treet.
Offle lMOomniarolalareaun, np ttalrt.
U. W. DUNNING, H. D.
nBSlDINOB-eeroMNlnth and Walnut iti,
jEvonea oorner Blxth atreet and Ohio Uvee.
OOoahonr from a a.m. tola m., aad p.m
It. 6, BBIOIIAM, M, D
Homeopathle Physician aud Surgeon. Of
Uc 189 Commercial avenue. Beildenco ou
Tenth itreot, throe, door weit of 0. It.
I THE MASSACHUSETTS LEGI8-
Tlir. Italo leclllature. vnr ifanera'lv ! hAlUllh JVCt U3b iU ith-
w ri j i trv mvvn
have named rniiliitlon. pmulemnlno- ll.o DLirtU lllto JtlS"UIjlJ-
eon.r;.3nnI ...t I 'TION OF CENSURE.
Tiik poit-oulco at Mount Sterling wat
robbtd h few nlgbti ago of $200 and a
uumlnr of valuable document!.
Juikib Thornton intondi rutlgnlng fait
poiltiou on the .upreme bench, the relo
cation to Uko efiTecttho fint of July.
Aliikrt W. Uuamdkbi.ain of Cleve
land, whe c.onfcfied to the imrdcf of a
lonely old man, for money, and who pb.-ad
guilty to the indictment inmo wucki nso(
hat withdrawn the plea for that of not
guilty, aud will bare 111. defcnif on tho
plea of Insanity.
Fouit or Uvo tervant glrli weru the vic
tim" ot a Are in Montreal on the ISth in
tant. At uiual, ttn-y alrpt at the top of
the home and when tho Hm burtt out,
etcope win cut off. Thrco threw them-
jolvoioutof the fifth tory wlndowi, la-
juring themselreA moro or leat isverely.
Thl. wholeule burning of lorvant glrl l
becoming too commnn.
Mm. Hknatou I.ooan wan at Provo,
.'tab, on tho 18tb inst., arranging tor tho
removal of tho remains of her father,
Captain Cunningham, to Marion, Illinoii.
The Salt Lake 'Journal' of that date, con
tain! a itatotnent that on the night Cun
ningham dlod, a number of men aiiem
bled M hii homo, curling tho Gentiloi.
thinking the old Captain dead, and acting
olhcrwiio in a inoit shameful manner.
THE COMMITTEE ON ELEC
TIONS CONSIDER THE
CASE OF ROOY.
IUPORT OF THE COMMITTEE
Tub Now York 'JleraldV Washington
telegram ayi :
President Grant exDrcsied a deiirn a
fow dav.azoto too Min Cuihman nlav
hr celubratod part of Meg Merrlllei, and
wai proaenteu wim a private-box at
Wall', opera-bouie. After tho flnt act
Mrs. Grant and two friendi made their ap
pearance, but no prcldent, although a
wait of levoral minute! had been made.
The play proccedod and betweon the oc
oud and third net! the president made bli
appoarance, when the orchestra, breaking
off in tho music they wero playing, .truck
up "llail to the Chief.' Regarding thU an
unwarranted interruption ot ttio piece.
Mi.. Cuthman bocamu indignant and nor-
emptorlly demanded that the orchettra
top lu .(irvillty, and that the play pro
ceed. Her order wait obeyed, to thu Croat
surprise of tho prc.ident'a flatterers.
Dr. Paul Von Seydwitz of Chicago
Sampson Kingboker of Quiney K. A.
Van Dercer ot Taylomlle A. W. Riu
ney and M. P. Hatflold of Chicago and
Ell Kahnpf Mattoon, have boon uppointed
by Gov. Bovoridgu honorary commission
er to the Vienna exposition.
AgH'ilz is described as follows : "His
figure is portly. III. voico is full and
rich. Ills imllo is gonlality Itself. He
smiles not with bis lips alone,but with his
merry brown eyes, with his whole kind,
expressive, boamltig face." Tne Cincin
nati 'Ennulror' asks "can South Band
bay. tUa Chicago 'Journal : "The
scandalous an'd scandalizing woman
Woodhuli of New York, "lectured" in
this city last evening. Her filthy tirado,
In dcQanco of nil deconcy, wai enough to
turn tbo .tomachi oven of vulgar men
wtiat .ball bo said of tho women who
" honored " the occasion with their pros
It is astonishing what a fashion thero
is in diseases. Ills ex-Impnrial Majesty,
the late Bonaparte, having died of
"ombyolism," the doctors on this sido of the.
water aro dlscovoring a great many cases
of it. Last week u young lady in Ohio
dk-d from what tho local practitioner de
clared to bo ''hoart-clot.or embolism of the
nuiin flue of tbo heart." But tbo damsel
was not dead after nil, for tho revived
within an hour, when it was found that
'iho had only 'been choked by a bit of
chewing gum I Quito mortifying this
was, both for tbo respoctablo old family
practitioner and for tho young lady.
New York' Tribuno.
Tni' LAST DAYS OF FOSTER.
Nuw Yonic, March 19. Foster ileopi
well, or at least tho deputy .herills who
watch him suppose ho does, lfor tbev can
discover no restlessness. He uroia this
morning at his usual hour. oon nftur li.
and a very nice breakfast was prepared
for him by tho matron of tho femulii
prison, but ho ato very inarinclv. nnd al
though bu appears outwardly a. unmoved
ui over, It ii evidont tbo strain upon his
mind is seriously affecting hi physical
powers ; ho may possibly break down on
tlrelv beforo the time for the oxecutlon.
fur there has been ft sevoro and long
itrugglo to overcome his footings, lie was
not in his usual placo near tho tovu in the
corridor" this morning, but ntnoon was
loclsod in his coll with tho Rev. Dr. Tyng,
nnd they wero ongagod in roadlng tbo
scriptures and in nravar. Thn ntinntlnn
of Foster has, since all bopo of moroy bai
J.J.W.. ucnruvcu uoen more uovoiou to the
bible than beforo. and ha has rnad It enrv
THU HEART I1I10KKN WIVK
Was at tho lirlson narlv llil. famnn.M. v., .t
is not normitted.
coll of her husband, wIki is olosoly watched
y, top two deputy ihorlffs. Bho sat out
sidu this morning while Dr. Tyng was en-
b"B lungimj Bervices wnn nor hus
band, aud while thoy wore In progress
tho hall door was locked but tbo watchers
sat In front of tbo barred door mucking
their cigara nnd olosoly noting nil that
THE I'RBrAnATIOSS FOB TIIK KXKOUIION
AVI11 be commencod on Thursday end thu
gallows will be erected directly opposlto
tbo window of Poster's coll, in front of the
female prisoners' department.
THR CENSUBE KMOLUTI ON .
Roston, March JO. Tho petition of the
citlr.cn asking tho legislaturo to rescind
tbe voto of censure to Hon. Charles Sum
ner, was taken up in the house, which ro
fined to rescind the vote, by a voto or 49
to 107. It will bo brought up lu tbo
WA9IH.V0TON, March 20. The commit
tee election! bad a meeting to-day on the
cato of Rogy. The committee, however,
this morning received copies of tbo testi
mony takenjbeforo the legislative comTiit
tco, which they will examine. It teems
to be tbo impression that a decision of
this in niter will nwalt Cald
woll'i case. If the senate
decides Caldwell's seat should not be va
cated, no further aetlon will be taken on
any other allegod caio of bribery, but If
Caldwell' scat be vacated, it it considered
that othor charges of corruption will be
New Orleans, March 20. The ofll
cial report of tbo committee of 203 will
bo submitted to-morrow. The telegrams
of Casey to tho prosidont forms a
conspicuous foature, being regarded
as tho most serious testimony
of complicity and cor.curronco
by the national government In tbo illegal
acts done to install the Kellogg adminir
tration. Tho committee refer to Lowell's
recent threat to expose Casey. Tbo testi
mony in the report of the fenato commit
tee awakens inquiry, nnd the citizens'
committee urge the necessity of the ut
most roish rf Inquiry into the Now Or
Wasiunoton, March .0 Tho comuiit-
teo on publio printing was instructed to
inquire Into the numbor of bills, reports
and public documents printed for tbo
uso of tbo senate, and report what changes,
if any, aro noccssary to havo tbo meeting
of tho sun ato fixed at (MO till otherwise
Tho touato resumed consideration of
the Caldwoll question.
Senator Conkling, who was ontltled to
the floor, being absent, Senator Hamilton
of Maryland, oxprcsscd bis views on the
subject, arguing that tho icnate could not
go behind the election of a fenator and in
qulro Into tho conduct and motive, of
men composing the legislaturo. Ho would
not vote to declare tho teat of Caldwell
vacant, but thero was no doubt as to the
power of the senate to expel a senator who
had passed beyond the control of the leg
islature, lie should not compromise with
frnud, and while ho sympathized with the
person ou whom ho- was called to past
judgment, bo could not escapn condemning
the act of tho senator from Kansas.
TnE REMAINS OF A MAN
FOUND IN THE RUINS.
A WOMAN WALKS OFF A TRAIN
AND IS KILLED.
AXOTIIKR VICTIM FOUND.
Montreal, March 20. The remains of
a man woro found in thjs ruinod portion
of tho St. James hotel this morning. The
body bat boon identified as that of Mr.
Hyatt, a travelling agont. lie was found
on tho fifth floor and had evidently beon
Sedalka, March 20. Mrs. Salmon cf
Monmouth, Illinois, walked off of a pas
senger coach on tho Pacific railroad near
Ottervlllo, Missouri, on Tuesday night,
while tho train was in motion. The dead
body was found yestorday morning and
sent to hor son-in-law, Stephen Ticken-
bough, noar btockton, Missouri.
London, March 20, In tho house of
commons this afternoon Gladstone an
noun:ed that ho and his colleagues would
London, March 20. Tho riot at Wol-
vorhampton day beforo yosterday was be
tween coal miners employed in that
vicinity. Tbo troublo was brewing somo
days, and culminated in an open conflict.
Over ono hundred wero arrested. There
aro Indications of aro newal of hostilities to
day. Tbo English minora threaten to
triko unless the Irish employes are dis
charged, Shop-keepers at Wolverhamp-
ton apprhcndlng rioting depredations, are
closing their places in much Alarm,
YELLOW FEVER AND CHOL
ERA AT RIO JANEIRO
AND ST. THOMAS.
THE ENGLISH FORGER AR.
RESTED IN NEW YORK.
VALUABLE PAPERS AND CON
SIDERABLE MONEY ARE
FOUND ON HIM.
SUSPENSION OF THE HULL'S
HEAD BANK IN NEW
THE ACCOUNTS FOUND TO BE IN
ANOrflEB UNSUCCESSFUL EF
FORT TO SAVE FOSTER.
EI10M UtO JANEIRO,
Nkw York, March 20. Advices from
Rio de Janeiro of February 24, and St.
Thomas of the Htb, are at band. Chol
era had broken out at Para, and was rory
The United States ttoarn ship Mercury
was at St. Thomas March 14 with yellow
fever on board. Two deaths among tho
crew were reported.
THE FOEOCR ARRESTED.
Georgo McDonald, who Is supposod to
bo the man wbo, under tho name of War
ren, perpetrated tbo frauds on tho bank nf
England, was arrested on tho steam
ship Thowlng this morning, and his
gold and other property amounted to
$35,000. This was seized on behalf of tbo
bank. No bonds of any kind wero dis
covered. The polico refuso to .how the
dispatches ordering McDonald's arrest,
alleging tbey contain informa
tion about others who aro im
plicated in the frauds, and
wbo are expected to orrivo within a fow
days. It Is also stated that papers found
on McDonalds person reveal Important
matters, and that the persons who aro to
bo arrestod have documents on them
which wtll reveal tho whole plot, and
those concerned in it. Among them sov
oral men of prominence and charactor in
this city, who criminally or Innocently
helpod on the scherno of fraud.
NO KOrE FOR FOSTKU,
An informal application wai made to
day by Allen, the counsel of Foster, to
some of tho tapromo court judges, for a
stay of execution, declaring it was noces
sary before execution cojld legally take
place. It was, however, discovered that
no further action on tho part of tho gov
ernor was necessary, and all efforts in be
bnlf of Foster havo been abandoned.
Richmond, March 20. A special says
thero is great indignation in Southwest
Virginia over tho arrest In Patrick
county, by tbo United States official, of
of the county judgo, sherlfT and others,
upon the complaint of a fugitive negro.
HULLS HEAD HANK SUSPENDED.
It is said tho suspension ot Bull's Head
bank is caused by the defalcation of somo
of the officers. Examination is going on.
The bank is in charge of polico officers.
This afternoon admitted that a defalca
tion bad occurred in the clerical depart
ment of tho baok, which rendered it abso.
lutely necessary to suspend payment
Ho thought depositors could not suffer to
any great extent, but tho stock-holders
would bo tbe heavy losers. About two
weeks ago, Williamson,
Resigned, and Mr. Monde was elected
Upon taking tho position Meado asked
that an examination of tho accounts be
made, and a commltteo was appointed from
tho board ot directors for that purpose.
Investigation began ten days ugo, and it
soon became apparent that accounts had
been kopt in a very loose manner. Many
of tbe books woro found to be badly mu
tilated, and sovoral glaring errors were
dlscovered'durlng the courso of search.
Meado says that the accounts examined up
to tho present timo show
that tho assets of tho bank can not meet
its liabilities. Thcso discrepancies havo
not beon fastoned upon any particle r per
son, nnd tho committee are completely be
fogged as to the author of tbo troublo. No
definite statement regarding tbe lossos can
bo made at prosent. Tho amount will
probably not bo lets than $200,000,
with enow In tbe morning, followed Fri
day afternoon by northwest winds; cloudy
or clearing weather end rising barometer
In New York. For Lake Erie and Upper
Lakes continued northwest windi and
partly cloudy weather, itorm centres over
Lower Lakes end Chosepeako bay move
northeastward, respectively along St.
Lawrence valley and Atlantlo coait.
Caullonarp signals continue at all tbe
stations on Mlddlo and Eat Atlantic
Rise and Fall of tho Rivers
For 84 hour ending 3 p. m., March 20, 1S73.
St. Paul ,
St. Louis ho
. . ... - iv
Chicago, March 20, In the criminal
ceurt this afternoon the jury in tho case
of James D. Wyer, a boy of twolvo yearsi
charged with killing Gustavo Larsen in
this city on tho 7th of January last'
brought in a verdict of not guilty
Washington, March 20.-Probabilities
For Friday In Western Gulf states con
tinued northerly winds, cold and cloudy
weather, olearing away during the day.
For Eattorn Gulf states rising baromotcr,
northwesterly winds, partly cloudy and
clearing weather. For South Atlantic
states southwest winds, voorlng to north
west, and increasing to brisk. For North
Carolina for short timo generally with
partly cloudy and clearing weather, For
Virginia and Pennsylvania cold north,
west winds partly cloud weatbor.
weather. For New York and New Eng
land states increasing castor y winds, I
Uorgcd. tlllslug. '
DAVID W. HARNETT,
ubservor Bis. Scr. U. S. A.
St. Louis. Maroh 20. A
Arkansas river; Future City and Crescent
City, New Orleans; Coweh and Uammttt,
Cairo; Hello Memphis, Memphis; Mrasen-'
gor, Pittsburg; Durfeo, Shreveport. Do-
parted: How Boston Peoria; Moam, Ash
land, Capitol City, Vicksburg; Atlantic,
Poru, Rob Rov. Keokuk: Cminent f!itv
Now Orleans, Suslo Silver, Shroveport;
Cowen, Cairo. River rising slowly.
Clear and cold; frozo hard last nieht and
1 1 1 e . . . 3
win ireozo io-nigat.
New Orleans. Mnrch "0 Arrival!
Garrett and barges, Cincinnati; John B
Maud, Memphis. Departed: II C Yau
ger, St Louis. Wbeather cloar and pleas
ant. Cincinnati March 10. Rivor 18 feet
and falling. Arrived: Potomac, Mem
phis; Annie, Wheeling; Alleghany Bollo
No 4, Xew Orleans. Weather clear and
Evansyillk, March 20. Cloud and
cold; light wind all dry; morcury 31 to 30
Rivor risen 0 inchos and stationary. Up:
Fayette, Arkansas Belle, Mary Miller.
Down: Bowling Orcen, Morning Star and
VicKsnunn, March 20. Down: Mollis
More, City of Cairo, Hello of Shrovoport,
Desmot, John Howard. Mo boats up to
day. Weather clear and cool. Thn river
Little Rock, March 20. Cleir, cool
and wintry River has fallen 2 feet 10
Inches by tboguage.
Fittsburu. March 20. River rising
gradually. lUfn fallon during greater
part of day. No arrivals or departures
to-doy. Tho following additional ship
ments of coal havo been mado to Lonit
villc: J. A. Blockmero with 150,000
bushels; Panther 163,000; Tigress No 2
131,000; John Dippold 225,000.
Nashville, March 20. Rivor falling
with 4 feet on Harpoth shoals. Weather
cloar nnd cool. Arrived: F P Gracey,
Cairo. Departed: Brill, Pittsburg; John
S Bransford, Uppor Cumborland,
Louisville, March 20 River falling
with O feet largo canal; C feot chuto.
Weather cloudy and cold; snowing n por
tion of the dny. Business activ. Ar
rived: Mary Houston, Minneola, US Tur
ner, row iirieans; Uharmer, Andy Ileum,
Jno Eilgour, Cincinnatti; Ironsidos and
barges, St Louis. Departed: H S Tur
ner, Minneola, Cincinnati; Charmer,
falls, Evansvllle; Jno Kllgour, J II Blg
lov, Ajar, Now Orleans Andy Bnum,
Memphis; Ironsldos, N G Blgley, Pitts-
Durg; ino uiimorc, rasnvuie; Jiig Uon.
dor, St Louis and Mom phis.
St. Louis, March 20. Flour unchanged
Wheat, sprint stuady for sample lots. ii'c
2 soft $1 301 3S; fall Ilrm and quiet; No
3 red 1 Qi; No 2 $1 H5. Corn llruior No
2 mixed 3tJ35e. Oats firmer, No 2
mixed 282Sk Barley quiet and un
changed, llye dull CSQOSc Pork easier
for buyers $16 c10. D. S. moats fbit,
shoulders oJCc; clear rib " i 7 S c; clear
aides "Hu for jobbing and order lots
packed. Bacon ca.ler, .boulders tijr:clear
rib 88g- clear tides 819o. Lard quiet
and unchanged, prime tieam 7o. Whisky
inactive 87c. Cattle unchanged. Hogs
Nr.w Y'ork, March 20. Flour in mod
erate request, easier prices; super $5 00
0 50; common to good $U 0007 70; good
to cboico $7 659 US; white wheat oxtra
8 6010 50. Whiskey lowor (life.
Wheat very quiet, 'firm, bold choice No 3
afloat $1 Ott, only sale reportod. Barley
quiet. Corn muderato demand, tinner,
for old with light offering! new mixed
western 0tj05c; yollow wostornC505Jc.
Oati shade firmer, now mixed woslorn 45
48c; now whlti 4750Jc; now black 44
l7o. Cofl'co dull. Sugar quiot and
MEUrms, March 20. Cotton firmer:
good ordinary 16JlGc; low middling 17
17jc; receipts 1,095; shipments 1,285;
stock 47,406. Flour quiet. Corn meal
active, $2 70. Corn market bare. Oats
firm 4G(3U7. Hay nominal $23ff,27. Bran
quit $'020. Bacon quiet; shoulders 7Q
71c; sides 09jo. Bulk moats quiet;
shoulders CJ0je; sides 881c. Lard
dull and nominal.
New Orleans. March 20 Flour dull:
XX 50 007; XXX family $0 25fS)M.
Corn, mixed C&ftQjc: wlntn 05c. ltrnn
0005c. Bacon dull, 77J(3J10o. Hams
scarco 14jlfc! others unchanged. Ster
ling li4J; slglit 4 premium; gold 10.
GRANT VICE FORSYTIIE.
IFrom the Chlctgo Tribune
Tho announcement that Lieut. Fred
Grant was about to finish bis acadomic
courso at ono bound, by assuming certain
duties incident to his appointment on
Gen. Sherman's staff, has already created
a very strong feeling in the city. Not be
cause Fred Grant is coming to Chicago,
lor that la a matter entirely Tor Fred
Grant'sbeneflt, and tbe people of this city
are generous enough to with for Improve
ment wherever nuedod. If socloty likes
Mr. Grant when be coinei, Mr. Grant
will be made awaro of it, but
If he succeeds in making himself popu
lar it will not bo through the circum
stances which have brought blm hero, for
tbe y are. touch against him. It Is now
known tbat tbe gallant officers whose ro-1
moral is to pave tho way to Mr. Grant's
promotion is one from whom Chicago Is
most unwilling to part, ono of her mot
rbtrisbed sons, gentleman In every way
worthy of thocity's affection; wbo, though
quito young, has won by heroism tho
exalted position ho holds in tbo
army, and by his many social
qualities tho esteem and regard of
bis follow cltlr.nn. Oen. George F. For
sytbe Is to bo removed and reduced to tho
rank of mlor, nnd tent to join bit regi
ment in tli field, to mako room for Mr.
Fred Grant, a young man of whom noth
ing is known xro,t that ho enjoys tho
distinction of being tbe nn of u living
president of the United States; has trav
eled to Europe In nn Unllod btates war
stoamer, the bills being paid by the people
ot tbe United States. y
No reason it assigned for tblt change.
Thero It probably no officer in tho country
io much esteemed at homo as It Gen. For
sytbe. Nothing has over been done by
blm to merit such treatment. It la tho
duty of a soldier to obey, but the cltizcus
of Chicago hold that the order Is a direct
intuit to them, and tbo public feeling at
present is about as bitter as it can be.
When the war broke out, Georgo A.
Forsytho was book-keopcr for J. V. Far
woll & Co. At the flr.t call tor 76,000
men, Ly President Lincoln, in April, 1801,
ho enlisted in tbe Barker dragoons, a com
pany formed lu this city, lie served tor
three months In this corps, in Virginia,
and at the expiration of that timo returned
to Chicago. ll immediately joined
t!io Eighth Illinois cavalry, Cum
pany G., and was again in ac
tlvo scrvico in Virginia. Ho wai pro
moted to tho captaincy of company A, of
tbe samo regiment, then to the majority,
and finally to tbo lieutenant colonelcy.
When Gen. Sheridmi mado his famous
raid in tho Shenandoah valloy hi made
tbo acquaintance of tho brilliant young of
ficer. His dash, couragor sagacity and
military stylo won tho admiration of Gen.
Sheridan, who trantferred him to his etau,
whero ho remained to the close of tho wr.
Since that timo he torved ou the
plains under Gon. Custer. His
conduct on "Becchor's Island" bat been
immortalized In tho periodical literature
of tho country, in Gen. Custor's history of
that torrlble conflict, published in the
'Galuxy' for December, 1872, and subse
quently in tho 'Tribune' ou Sunday, De
cember 15, 1872. In this engagement,
with the most ferocious of Indian tribes,
wno outnumbered him twelvo tu one.
Gen. Forsytho was twice wounded With
a tnlnlu nail in ono tnigh, and ttio bono
of tho other leg shattered, ho bravoly main
tained his position for tlvo days, until aid
Tbo article to which vru allude con
cludes m follows: "Forty the tho gallant
leader, after a long period of suffering,
and leading the life of an invalid for
nearly two yean, finally recovered from
thu efforts of bis severo wounds, and is
now, I am happy to say, as good as new,
contentedly awaiting the next war to givu
him renowed excitement.1'
It was only fair to give tho bravo offi
cer a chance to recuperato and enjoy the
social bomagu bo had to dearly won. Ho
was accordingly found onco morn on Gen.
Sboridan's staff, with brevet rank of lieji.
Since the headquarters of department
of tho Missouri wero locatod here, Gen.
Forsytho has been one of the most popular
men or tne society ot too city.
It is like a long skip from second-lieu
tenant to lioutonant-colonol.and Mr. Fred
Grant is to make that skip. Oi what
grounds tills wholesale promotion or a raw
West Point graduate should bo mado at
tho oxponso of a bravo and torclv-tricd
sold lor, a tnlo gentleman, and as clover a
fellow ns over lived, Is what tho pcoplo
want to know.
FOUR PERSONS KILLED AND
THEIR REMAINS BURNED.
: . ' . " u" " ohiit nouse
mis point aDout ono bunded and
' -kun. w . .Ill, fwVBUr. 91 1
jjoucr was disturbed by some means uu
known li hor. anrf nn -I- i
ceeaing to the gallery of her bouse
Prom nnn nnd tn tha nth tn4 f11tnM i
13a. .ft. IS- n--.i . a
w- -ua a hi uci i y veiuia uuuu ill
WOfA thn itnlv rsottlr.a s eiin .iit-ai UU
. " w "j "(ewi'e w wit wueiastjL eusa
e.ti -I,.!, a e -
rt II. .hi 1 .t.- .L . 1 ..I
i nkiu. uity nurit inn oinnr a iom
Kvsstk: imiu tun utjutrnu u kuo ur
Mtmswii liu i ii ir mi rfiriirnrfl. unfa Kaaumiii
iu:h unwonted liborty, Mr. Moore or
uureu mem inim i in nrnm iai. iihoa wnti
41 t ..
. wu w rvvlU IWU U1CI IIJUI1U Ml LPT ELS
tttr, in Luu utjunn, near mo uo'j.ei. vrniQ
to the gnncral stock of tho establishment
longed sololy to his daughter, Mrs
MtKiro: tbat Mr. Rinc of Vlck.hurir
claimed to own an intorest in tbe business
t.... . .. . ,
..... ..v ,fbllQ. .1, IMVte
viow by tho flonds. llelng Interrupted,
TIIKT MUItDKRKI) TUB I.VMATIS,
mt m i il . i .ii it. .
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ktivsi uiuuu rf ui k xii tiun uai its ve
i it. i. . . g ...
4t. . - 1 I at r n - .
t. tilt it i uiiiL nut. ilk tuu kiiun in liih lire, hii
VI Tin Itna linnei rv l.alrt.4 slnn m a ana
to icksburc last Wednesday bv
CnnL Ono. IlnnVniit nf tlin llA.nnnk.la
The buildlnu and contents were insured
GA7RO CITY COAL
I rri-pr.l ti uply ojinnf Hllh th
til' Ilk. I. I I 1111 .1 II BH.I...
1 1J.XUUU1.IU JXiAXf AJJLJ1LVVL
vi'Li.iikj suit nk Aiaitiuaf uius. uuico.
ht efTTteiriAa Tlfn1 will Pnieli-n tnMi
tion. Tlio Too "Montiuk" will brtmr cos
kiiiknuo io meamrm ai any nour.
M All, BOAT.
Th splendid .Uamr
Dick Fow leu, Captain
O .las. jialloiiy, as i
From tbo Jncksou, (Miss.) Pilot.
On Tuerday night, tho 4lh instant, tbo
store of Jesso Moore, at Rolling Fork,
ltsaquona county, as stated in a former is
sue of tho 'Pilot,' was destroyed by Cre,
together with thn contents. Too follow
ing additional particulars were given our
reporter on the ground, by Mr.
J. F. Cokor, father-in-law of Jrsso
Moore, deceased : Wednesday morning
TIIK VIIAKREU REMAINS
Of Jesse Mooro, Mrs. Moore, bis wife,
Joseph Cauehat, clerk, and Willie Jeans,
uged 10 yean, an adopted child of Mr.
and Mrs, Moore, wero taken from tho de
bris. Mr. Jno Ring, brother of Georgo' F.
Ring, of tbo firm of Ring A Muller of
Vicksburg, Is missing, which U mado tbo
moro mysterious from tbo fact that not a
particle of his remains could bo found, or
any portion of a flno slom-wlndiug watch,
knife, or anything ciio that bo was known
to possess by which tho fact cjuUI bo es
tablished that his romains shared thn samo
fato as tbo other four. Jesso Moore's
siQits or violckcc,
Having a cut over the Mt oar e.vtendlni;
to within half an inch of tho eve. lift
body wus found in a borse-sbio bout po
sition, head turned from 'UU wifo. Tbo
hoad. Iocs and arms of Mrs. Mooro went
completely destroyed, and thu body so
charred that it was imposslblo to dis
cover nny marks of violence, had there
lioen any. xnis was uisu too case witu
tbo bodies of Willlo Jeans and Joseph
Cauohat. Little Willie's btd was at the
foot of Mr. aud Mrs. Moo're's. When
hit romains wero found his head
was lying near tho door leading
into the clerk's room, with foot
extending toward tho storo. This be
ing tbo case, does it not look reasonable
to suppose that Willio awoko while tho
uenus were muruering .nr. anu .Mrs,
Moore, and in his alarm,
STARTED Von THE CLEItu's nOOM
For safety; that upon hit reaching tho
door thoy silenced him with a blow. It
would not bo fair to sny tbat tho tiro
might havo aroused him uuless we say tbe
same of tho threo otbors, whoso remains
wero found upon tUo ground artor the II ro
in about tho same positions thoy usually
occupied in their beds.
TIIK COKONKH S JURV
Returned avordict totboetloct tbat tho
remains found wore thoso of Jo.so Mooro
and wife. Joseph Caucbat and Willie
Joans, and that they came to their death
bv violence. Mr. J F. Cokor, the father
of Mrs. Moore, was absent at the time of
the tire, having taken a raft there somo
ten days previous, but rotttrned immedi
ately with your reporter, upon
LEARNING TUE SAD IHTKLMQEXCK
From a Mr, Parberry,wbo oamo to Vlcke
burc in a skill' for that purpose, Rnlline
Fork landing it on tbe Little Sunflower
rivor, at the mouth of a short stream
which connects the Sunflower with Deer
Tmr.r.v a vrrnvT.nr mwni '
eouiDoiM aUnslv ot w.U-kao ennre.
HCRUB. and FKUIT8, eooMaaa wlOi othtf
)roirtlc. vblc.) la tbtlr nature are
Ai'rlent, NotrrUon., Diuretic, AlUnatrauSAath
lUiluas. 'Xlio wfaol is pmvn4 in a eatattsai
ntiwUtyoftT'lritrrom tba aUaAR CAStato
j,ctt ubmuasreumtt., wiucatBtMetM
iv, o of ill mnl d.alrtblt TohIcs atad Oatlwr
ilmloUi.wotlJ. ya.yare lattoiti stjttttyaee
1 to by utaa m a weatelae, en shrtyi mtoSum
tlov ara urn itimi Minanrnftea tMi am ds.
iuiwa. jluvj ac. ssna m i
tUmuUte to aocba itttvesv teat a SMaMsts; s.
a oiH hronxht abost. Aa a imiiIi tm
TarycthriUsaIant Asa surt'si iHSta
mrr Tonie. tfccv have tea eeatl. Tkf area
tnlld anil stutle SumtlraaMUaTal:
lmrlT lha Blood. - rr
Tiir tntX tbo weak ttioasj. Tby imrU aadtB-
wmi. wj lmruy aMSB
Pj.t lists. Oesseaftsietv Stat
as a settle la all ssaMSeset?
"sir in ei nuirr tlsieenssil
tin or. U. Ther
dJMntura wtdek nnilerailnii
Dopoti S3 Park Plaoei lew Torfc
tu siiiv "uiDiiu iiiiui iv no can iiu uhudu
A.tAMm la. naer.Mit H1,I.Haa'
Wm. Wax bis,