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JOHN U. OKEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 26. 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
oun churches.
IMtrSllYTKRIAN-lOtttU Street.
Preaching, Habbatlnat 101 a.m. niiil 7J p.m
Prayer meeting, YVcdiicday nt 7J p. m.
4nlfjatti .School, 3 p.m. .1. M. Laiifden, n
pcrlntcmlcnt. Rkv. II. Tiiaykh, Pator
MKTHODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut SU.
Prcachlhir. Sabbath at 101 a.m., and 7 P. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
l, 3. p.m. I.. W. Htinwcii,
TBlBORAPHIfl
Rkv. F. L. TiiOMrooK,
Hahliath Srhoo!
HiipfrintetiUent
I -amor.
iiimtcii ok tiii; KKii:KMi:it (Ki.Ikco-
Hloriilng prayers. .Hahhath IOJ a.m.
Ktriilnit prayer, 71 p.m.
.Sabbath H- liool, a.iu.
ItKV. K. Coan, Hector.
oT. PATHICK'ri CIIURCll-Nlhth St. uud
WiiMjinxtoii Avenue
Public i-ervlce, riahlMtli 8:10 and 101 a.m.
Vcsporn, 7 P.m.
Kabliath ricbool. '1 p.m.
Junior every day, K a.m.
JU;v. 1'. .). 0'liALtX)HAX. Prle-t.
T. JOSEPH'S CHURCH. (Owmaii.) or-
ix-r ( Walnut and Cronn stroct".
Ma, every Sabbath at lo o'clock a. m.
Vector, 'J p. id.
Ma during week dayi, 8 o'clock a. in.
ItKV. C. IIOITMAX, l'rlcnt.
GERMAN l.UTIIKU.VNCIIUKCH
Mreet between Washington Avenue uud
Wilntit ttrviit
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, i
Sabbath School at '1 o'clock p. in.
ItKV. Iloti'T. Iliaitiu, ramir
tot'Nil MEN'S CHRISTIAN A.V-oCIA-
I IOK. Hegular meeting keroud Monday
rach month ut their room over Jlockwell
A- Co's bookstore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, , p.m. at
the room. . ...
I.. W. Stimavkm.. President.
SECOND MISSIONARY 1IAPTIST
( HCRCIi. Corner rVamoiu and rorly-
first utretU. Preaching Subbatli at 11
o'clock a. in. ami .1 o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
Tub church li connected with the Illliinl
Awwclatlou, by thi KIM Ml"Ionary llap.
tlt Chureli ol Cairo.
ItKV. Solomon Lkoxakd, 1'aitor.
AKItlCAN METIIODIST.-Foiirtccnth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Sen Irec, Sabbath, II a.m.
Sabbath .School, 1) p.m.
Cla meet at 3 p.m.
SECOND FREE WILL ll.VPTlST'-Fif-
lecnth .street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath, 11 anl 3 p. in,
CONGRESSIONAL.
SKXATOIl CLAYTON'S CASH
HEi'OUE Till-: SENATE.
TWO MUCH TESTIMONY-NO ONJ
If AH TIM K TO HKAIJ IT.
SKKATK.
Wasiiinuto.v, Mnrch 5. TIib senato
met at hkir-pAnt 10,
On motion of Sonator Morton, it niolu
promo court, the packago of bonds valued
at $i",000, which havo been lying In tbo
tin.l.nflirn. addressed to Illdwoll. one of tlio
alleged Hank of Kngland forger. Other
packages of Londi addressed directly to
Duncan, Sherman & Co. aro expected, and
will bo attached ai toon at they enme into
the bnndi of the lirm. Oeo. McDonnell,
otio of tli o alleged forger, vas brought bo.
foro Commissioner Uutmari thli uf.
ternoon, and be was confronted
by Sergeant Wobb, of London,
of the detoctlve force, who produced a
warrant of tlio lord mayor of London lor
bii arrcit. Tlio prisoner's couniel rnlied
the point that there was no proof bnloro
the court tbat the lord mayor bad Jurlsd'o
jtlon in such acese, but It was overruled.
Francis Grey, whose expenses litre wero
paid by tbo Ilrilith government,
CASUALTIES.
TWO MEN KILLED HY AN EX-PLOSION.
ItKV. X. KICK, PaMor.
KltKK WII.I. IJA1TJST 1IOMK MISSION
SAIJlt.VTH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
ami Cedar Street.
Sabbath school, U a.m.
FiitsT i'i:i:k will uaptist cnuitcii
- urr V U.trrackH
fcen-fee, sabbath 11 a.m.. 3p.m. &. 71 p.m.
Hkv. Wm. Kei.i.kv, lator.
KIHST MISSIONAItY II.M'TIST CtlCItClL
-.'edr, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a.m. ami 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wcdnetday cvcnlnj;.
Preaching, Friday cvculnir
Sabbath School, I) p.m. John Vanltaxter
aud Mary .tr plieun. SuperitiUndenti..
ItKV. T. .1. ftllOKKSi, Pa-tor.
8KCONI) 1IAPTLST CHUItCII-KourtPeiith
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. Thu
only Uaptl't church recognized by theA
tociatlon.
Service), Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
ItKV. .J .ICOB lllUKLKV, Klder.
skJkkt 6iTdi:ivS.
T11K MASONS.
VlltO COMMANOr.UY, No. 13. Slatcil
Assembly at the Anylum ymoulc Hal!, llrt
and third Monday 'in each mouth.
JAJltO COUNCIL, No.21. Itejrular Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the ecoinl Krlday
In each month.
CAIKO ( IIAlTKlt No. 71. ltejjuur Con
vocation at Ma-oulo Hall, on thu third
Tuesday ol every month,
CAUtO l.ODOK, No.'J37 K..t A. M. llfgil
lar Comuiunlcatiou't at Maonlc Hall, the
ccond ami fouith ilomlaysof cacli month.
TIIK ODO-KKLLO WS.
Al.lIXANDKIt LODUL, Sil-MeeH In Odd
Kellows' Hall, in Artcr'n building, evciy
v Thursday evening at 8 o'clack.
STATE OFFICKHS.
Oovenior lilchanl .1. Oglesby.
L1eutcnant-(iovcrnor .lohn L. llL-tp-rldge.
Secretary of Stutc (lcorrc 11. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. K. Lipplncott.
state- Treasurer Ca-pcr llutz.
Attorncv (ieneral damei K. Ld-all
Supt. Public Imtruction-Newton llateman
CONOltlisMEN.
Senator Lyman Trumbull aud John A.
1.01,'BU.
itcprcentative for the State-at-Large S.
ii. lieveridKc
llcpreiteiiutive Thirteenth Ulstrict John
M.CrcbK.
MEMIIKIIS GKNKItAL AsSKMIlLY.
ltepreentatlvei In the Wtli ill-trlit.-.lohn
II. Obcrly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
ew J. Inscore.
Senator for the TiOth district. .lofe are.
COUNTY OFKICKUS.
CIIICUIT COUHT.
Judge I). J. llaker, of Alexander.
Statu' Attoniey Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk It. S. Yocuin.
hherltr-A. II. In In.
Wm. Martin As-etMir and Treasurer.
cou.vt v COUKT.
Judge F. llro-s.
Associate J. K. McCrltc and S. Marchll
uon.
Cltirk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John H. OotMiun.
MUNICIPAL "(ToVKKNMLNT.
Mayor .lolin M. I.aiudcn.
Treasurer II. A. CunnlliKhani.
Comptroller K. A. llurnutt.
Clerk Michael lluwley.
Manihal Andrew Cain.
Attorncv P. II. Pope.
Pollco MttKlMrntci! F. ltroi nud II. Shan
neny.
Chief or Police L. II. Mycpi.
HrXKCT COUN'CII-
Mayor John M. Landcn.
First Ward-P. 0. Schuh.
Second Ward C. It. AVoodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Foirtl Ward S. Staats Tavlor.
Clty.at-Lar0'c W. P. Hafliday and I).
Uurd.
nOAltl) Ol' ALUKUMKJJ.
Firxt Ward -James ltearden, A. 11. Saf
lord, Iiano A alder.
Second Ward 11. II. Cunningham. K. Un
der, O. Stunccl, James Swayne.
Third Ward Wm. Strattou. J. 11. Phlllls.
Fourth Ward Jno. II. Itoblnon, (J. II.
ease, J. II. Mctcalf.
VIIVNICIANN.
U. WARDNEH, M. I).
Olllcc and Itc-iilcnco 111 Commercial ac
nue, (next door to the Athcueum).
mi U. 0. TAB15U,
Will resume the practice ol his profusion
with especial reference to the cloctrlcu
treatment ol diseases in all tlio new and im
proved methods or application.
In all cases of female complaints a lady
Will be In atteudaucc.
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
ESIDENGK Nn, 21 Thirtenih street,
. UT..hinMnn avAnllA&nil Wftltlllt Itrett
Ice UJOomniercUUTSnun, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. IL
DBfllDKNCK-ornerKtnlh and Walnut stt,
fLomee ooiuer hlath street and Ohio lee.
Offlce hours from a a.m. to 12 m., and p.m
It. S. HltI(llI.M,.M.U.,
lloraeoDathle Phvtlelan and fiurircon. Of
tlce 130 CommercLiI avenue, Hosldcnce on
Tenth street, (Urco doon west of C. K.
tloti coliL'riilulallnir .Sn-iln on the rmom-o
of the Porto Uico bill, wa unanimoa.ly . tcsllSed that sbo lived In London knew
j,llllt(j tbo prlioner, who bad iurniibed
Senator Morton mado a renort of tbo i hor money to com.) to America promising
'to meet tier In Liverpool but did not keep
his appointment. .She returned to Lon
don and was tboro arretted with Noyes
and brought hero to Identify McDonnell.
Detective testified to arrcitlng McDonnell
on ibe Thumgia.
MISCELLANEOUS.
KAILUOAP WAH AT YOUXG.S
' TOWN, OHIO.
HAMMOND, THE REVIVALIST,
SHAKING UP DENVEH.
memorial to tbo Ifgi'laluro of MiMourl in
tlio cm of Senator llogy, declnrlni; tbo
tnemorlnliil do not preionl facU fulliclent
to justify nn Inve.tlgatiou. Th commit
ten no eb'ctIon was therefore uiinnluioiiily
diechargi'd from further i'ornl JeiHtion of
tho subject.
Senator Antliviiy de'ilrcd to have con
sidered bis resolution beretuforu ottered
di-clariiig tlmt a failure, to net on tbo chmi
of Pstterion was not meant n an ap
proval or disapproval of Puttcrlon's con
duct on tho Credit Mobiller 10 utter.
Senator Norwood preferred that Clay
ton's cate bo considered.
And in addition to tbo views prerented by
bici on a former occasion in hit minority
report, bo proceeded to ei plain the tc.ti
mony showing that Clayton hi governor
of Arkansas wielded his execution power
in h manner far from beinj; right. From
tbo beginning or the senatorial canvass to
tho cloo Clayton did other things show
ing that bii election Was corrupt, both in psrt rBlh RtlJ p(lrt bonis cf tbo latter
us inception ana comsumallon, Clayton company. Owing to some subsequent mli
could not bavo como to thu scnato. j understanding, tho matter was brought
.Senator AVrlght said ho wantcd.to bvo j beforo tbo courts, and for the past" four or
all elections Irce and unbiased a far s
RAILROAD WAP..
Ci.cvrtASi, March 2r. A railroad
war of somo magnitude is now In progress
at Youngstown. About a year ago tho
stockholders of tho Liberty and Vienna
railroad company sold that rood to tho
Ashtabula, YoungUown nnd Pittslurg
railroad company, receiving in payment
possible. Hu sbuuld not object to tho pass
age ot a law providing tbat tho scat of a
senator bo declared vacant if it should bo
shown bo bad left bis scat hero and was In
five months tho Ashtabula, Youngstown
and Pittsburg lailroad havo had control of
the former rosd by virtuo of an injunctioni
which expired yesterday af
ternoon at two o'clock, at which time
tho lcglslaluro at tbo timo of bis olection, ' there appearod upon the premises two of
tho prlnclpel stockholders of tho Liberty
and Vienna road with alargeforcoof men(
who toro up tbo track, cut
influence the mind of a single senator as 1 tbo wires, stopped all trains
n juror, showing that Clayton bid even I and toot rossnssion of tho rolling stock
or undertook, either injperson or through
friends to intlucnco bis election. There
was no testimony tbat could
improperly sought to influence registra.
lion or a political convention in Arkan
sa. llo undertook to say thero was
nothing for which to impeach bis f!ritor
second election', and that Clayton's con
duct in connection with his election was
without parallel in our politics.
and are now In forciblo possession of tho
road with a fJrce of J00 or 2"0 armed
men.
William scC;eery, priiidont, and tho
other otllccrs of the A., Y. and V. railroad
nro at Youngstown, aud it is reported that
a special train has left Pittcburg with re
The question was stated on tho resolu- ' inforccmonts for McCrccry, who is backed
tion of tbo committee, namely, that the
charges uiado mid referred to tlio snloct
committco for nn investigation afTciI.,;
mo omcmi onarnacr anu coiuiuritu-iV
lowcll Clayton, aro not sustained.
by Tom Scott and tho Pennsylvania com
panics, (ircat excitement provails and
ttitstn u imminent dangor of riot.
St -
V-'Tull.Hltll rllK llKTIVAI.I.T,
Senator Saulsbtirv said he should do-
cllno to voto us ho had not had timo to
exatnino tho tetlmony.
Senator McCroery remarked tbat bo
was paired with Senator Cainoroti.nlthough
ho ilid not know how Senator Cameron
would vote wero bo here.
Senator Stevenson said ho should de
cline to voto. Tho charges wero too seri
ous to justify a hasty c..iiclttsion,
Timo hnd not beon ottered
to enable him to proporly weigh
tho testimony.
Senator Stockton would decline to vote
for tbo reason assigned by other ionators.
It would tako a week to sum up tho testi
mony and placo it before ii jury.
Senators Casrcrly, Thurman, itansome
and Kelly severally declined to voto for
reasons similar to those above stated,
Senator Carpcntor remarkod that bo bad
a desiro to join tbo Democratic party ou
tliis occasion and declino to vn'.o. Tbo
rosolutionjwas agreed to by tho following
vote: yeas 33; nays 0.
Sonator Anthony called up bis resolu
tion In relation to Kx-Sonator Pattorson.
llo proposod n modification, namely: that
.1. W. Prtttorson havo leavo to lllo a
statemont which shall bo published in tho
congressional rocord.
Sonator llorman thought ,it altogether
Improper that this prlvelego bo accorded
as Patterson was now a private citizen.
Tho president sont tho following nomina
tions to tho sonuto to-day: E. S. Hum
mond, of Now Jorsey, ngont for tho Indi
ans of Colorado rlvor agoncy In Arizona;
J. A. Tonnor, of Arizona, suporlntendant
of Indian ufl'airs In Arlzonla territory;
Geo, Ingalls, of Illinois, agont for tbo
Pioiito Indians of soutb-o&stern Nuvada,
CRIME.
MO HE
AU0IIT TIIK
TItAOKUY,
IlltOOKLYN
KTC.
ETC.,
KTC.
Nkw YoitKlarcli 25. Tho latost the
ory of tbo
Mtrnnr.H or ooodricii
is that bo was murdered by n woman or
by parties Instigated by tbo woman. It
appears that deceased was intlmato witii
two womon, one of whom ho married.
Ono or tlio otlior of tboso two cauosd the
deod. Two letters nro In tbo hands of
otllcials; ono is nddressod to dccoaiod's
father demanding reparation for tbo con
duct of his son ; ind tbo other is ad
dressed to aoodrioh hlmsolf, upbraiding
bim for Infidelity.
New Yonu, March So. Tho poit-ofllce
authorities turned oyer to Nathaniel
James, Jr., receiver, appointed by tbe iu
K, Ham-
''jflttio revivalist, has leen laboring
hero in Denvor about lOdnvs. The ball,
holding about 1,500 people, has been tilled
ovory morning and evening, and ut some
of tbo evening services many wero unable
to enter. The Presbytery of Colorado, in
session hero on Saturday and Monday,
added fifteen to twenty ministers to Ham
mond's working forco; and the dally
newspapers admit tbat much good is be
ing accomplished.
TIIK !TIUK1N(1 M.ACKXUTIIS.
IIostok, March 'J5. Thu horso railroad
companies manifest a determination to
protect tbo bono shocrs who have taken
placo of tho strikers in their shop', and
havo called on tho stato polico for that
purposo. To-day ono of the strikers was
arrested and committed for trial In do
fault of $1,000 bail for assaulting ono of
tho now men.
bTI'.IKKS.
Humors of approaching strike, cause
great uncertainty In many branches of
trado and Industry. Nothing is known
ofapositlvo iiaturo, oxcept that tho mas
ter carpenters association havo decided
tboy will no longor bo governed by 8 hour
rtsfe. Many omployeos havo so arranged
their business, as to guard ugainst risks
from strikes.
P.oprosontatlvcs of workingmon on
the other band disclaim that any strike I9
intendod. It is evident, however, that
tlioro is a want of unanimity among
working men on tho subjoct. Nothing
reliable will bo known till tbolr ofllcors
tnko somo action.
COMMISSIONERS A1T01NTE1).
"Washington, March 25 Tbo secre
tary of war has appointed Majors O. K.
Warren, T. II. Comstock, Godfrey Writ
.ol and V. E. Morrill to inquire into and
report upon tbo practicability of bridging
tho chanuol between Lakes Huron and
Erio at such points as may bo noeded for
tho passing of railroad trains across said
channel.
DKSTBUCTIVK FIKKS.
Waco, Toi., March 25. A (lro boro
last night destroyed' 11 vo business houses
and somo adjoining proporty. Loss
$30,000; insured for $30,000.
Piioviuknoe, 11. I. March 35. A tiro
at riuenlx vllliago, near this city, this
morning, destroyed eight buildings, four
of them business bouses. Loss (109,000,
.
Tho lliiuor.dealcrs of Connecticut nro
very Indignant at tbo recent decision of
tho supremo court oi mo stato, hi ready
noted in The IIuli.ktiw, which places
them In tho sumo category its keopors of
bouses of ill-fnrr.o. Tbe stato law pro
vides that ovory person who shall keep a
houso In winch it is reportea mat uquori
aro kept for salo without a liconse, shall
po punished by fine, oto. The constitu
tionality of this section has boon Quito
renorally doubted, but tbo supremo court
unanimously uectueu suas it i tuuntu
tional,
A LITTLE HOY HAN08 HIMSELF.
KILf.BIl 11Y AH KIPI.0SI0.V.
IJoston, March 2.1, Tlio mill of tbo
American Powder company at Acton,
blew up yestorday, killing two workmen,
one named Wentworth and the otbor In
gorum and wounding thrco others,
A youth aged fourteon yeari
I'l.AYf.D iiakuino
On Saturday, using a whool-barrow for a
platform, which turned oror and ho was
soon after found deaiL
FOREIGN.
Uerli.v, March 23. A tqadron of
(ItRMAK .VAVAI. VKSSELS
Havo boon orderod to cruir.e in Spanish
waters.
Er.SIOXEIl.
Madri;, March 25. Tho government
has accepted tbe resignation of Senor
Olar.agn, minister to Franco. It Is re
ported that Lieutonant General Picltnin
will be annotated cantaln eenornl of Cuba,
and LleuteTiant General l'rcmo Dcrrlvera
captain general of Porto Kico.
RIVER, NEWS.
Hisc and Fall ol the Itlvrr
For 51 hours ending fl p. in.. March i!5. 1S73.
lAbovci Changes
STATIONS.
Intr
water. Itl
Fall.
St. Paul
Fort llentiii ...
Omaha
Davenport
Lcaveunorth ...
Kyokuk
Cairo
hU Louis
Pittsburg
Cincinnati
Ixiulaville
McmphU
VIcksburg ...
Phrevcport . . .
Na.-hvllle
New Orlcan-.. . .
Little Uock. ...
Fort Smith
!
;i!
1!
it
iT
10
1!
13
10
I
10
liorged. ;i:ilng.
DAVID W. IIAItNETT.
i.bercr Big. Ser. U. S. A.
Nashvillc, March 25. Uiver rising
C feet Uarpeth Shoals. Heavy ruins
witb lightning and thunder throughout
the day. Arrived: Tyrone" Cairo; Ada
lleilmnn, Evansvillo." Departed: Ucil
man, Evansvillo.
'Szvr Orleavb, March 111. Arrived:
Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati. Departed:
.Ibon Howard, Arkansas river. Weather
clear and windy.
Evaxsvillk. March 2.1. liained all
night and till three o'clock p.m., driving
snow-storm Mrith tierce wind from tho
Northwest since. Elver risen H Inches.
ITp: P.obert Mitchell, 8 n.tn ; Fayetto t;
Peytona and barges 11; Idiewlld 1:30;
Grand Lako and barges 2:20; Arlington 4.
Down: Allegheny Hello and barges, 2 p.m.;
Minnoolaand barges 3; Mary Anient 4;
Tarascon C; (julckstopufi a.m., with fair to
full trips. Euslncss Is Interrupted by tho
weather.
Cincin.natti, March 25. Kivcr 27 foot
and falling. Arrived: ChBrmer, Evans
villo; Henry Protatco, Memphis. De
parted: H P." Hudson, "Wheeling. Lako
Erio No 3, J F Dravoo ar.d J S Neal ar
rived from Pittsburg with coal. lUining
sinco dark.
St. Louis, March 25. Arrived: Grand
Tower, Memphis; Lake Superior, Keokuk;
Thompson Dean, Now Orleans. Departed:
City of Holena, Vinksburg; Itertram,
Keokuk; Future City, New Orleans;
Elliott, Memphis. liivrr about station
aTy. Heavy snow storm all .lay; and ono
of tho most boisterous of winter; mercu
ry several dogrecs below freezing point.
ViCK-iuirno, March 25. Down:
Natchez, Susie Silver and John Kilgour.
Up: Itichmond. ."Weather cloudy and
cool. Itiver falling,
Mkmi'iiid, March 25. Weather: cold
cloudy and drizzling rain nnd snow storm
all day. Arrived; Pink Varblo, Arkan
sas rlvrj Legal Tender, Wbito rlvor;
Litllo Alps, Now Orleans; Andy Uaum,
Cincinnati. Dopar'ed: Oakland, N O;
Cbas Iloilmann, Cincinnati; Julia, Vicks
burg; Clark, Arkansas rlvor; Kittle Hog.
Icr, Cincinnati; Cleburno, White river.
-
FINANCIAL;
Nkw York, March 25. Money com
paratively oasy though rates aro a shade
higher at a closing; most business wus 7
per ceut for gold, but Utnst transactions
on call at $1 04 and interest per day for
storling strong at 88J; closing at 8.
Gold strong with somo of clique move
ment fur a still higher price;
opened 15J, sold up to '. and closed 15J
16;. Loans C3 por cent, for carrying
and 2 per cent, to flat for borrowing.
Clearings 40,000,000. Treasury disburse
ments 05,000, Governments advanced
sharply, in sympathy with London,
where larger short Inlereit has to bo cov
ered; closed strong; '(15 aro j higher; 'C8
are ) per cent, abovo last night's ratrs.
State bonds active and lower.
(isof'Sl, 10; B-'JOsof'oi, 111; do of '01. HI;
do ot 'li,", 17: now of '05, 15; do or '07, 17; do
do of '08, HJJj now fn, 13; iO-lOi, 11; cur
rency lit, 13J.
MARKET REPORT.
St. Louix, March 25. Flour is Inactluo
and unchanged. Wheat dull, No 2 spring
regular 1 20; soft $1 3J1 34; No 3 red
full Si 00l 01; No 2 $1 60 bid. Corn In
eood demand and linn, No 2 mixed 34
34ic; No 2 yellow 34o. Oats, No 2 mixed
28 mi'Je. llarley active, No 2 spring OOo.
Kyadull. Pork dull l 1015 25. U.S.
meat very quiet, looso shoulders Co spot;
shoulderf seller May 6Jc; clear sides May
73c. Uacon demand aud supply is light,
shouldeis CJc; cloar rib 8Jc; clear sldn Bo
hams 13lI4c. Lard qulot and un.
changed' Cattle linn but unchanged,
nogs good demand and firm 4 60. Wbls
key steady 87e.
Cuicaoo, March 26. Floor quiet, un.
changed. Wheat unsettled. No 2 spring
shad? lower, cloelng dr1,?,i PI"!
II 25 My, No 8 II 0l 11; regular
and fresh No $1 28. Corn quiet, No 2
mixed .11 Jc; spot 21 jc April. Oats dull
and drooping, No 2 regular 25jc; fresh
20Jn cuMi; 2o .Mny. Kyo scarce, firm,
fresh i;.1Jc. Ilarloy steady, No 2 fall 80c;
fresh Nc. 3 CC(CSc. Provisions In fair
demand and higher, mess pork $14 70
cash; $11 V'5 January. Lard In good de
mand at $18 05; -May $8 30. Hulk meats
nctlvo and higher; ottering light should trs.
6J frcoly bid; 7J askc-d; short rib 7(7J;
short clear 7 2'J. llacnn quiet and uu
changed. Whisky steady, at 80Jo.
Nkw York, March 25. Flour llrinor;
supor western $5 00C CI; good to
choico $7 C58 35; whito wheat S8 50
10 CO. Whiskoy mora active and llrmor,
81J915o. Wheat higher; No 2 spring
$1 02, whito western $1 85 1 05. Ityo
dull. Ilarloy Arm. Corn a shadu
firmer, wostern mixed CCCCJc; primo
old nil oat COJc; choico In stnroGOc; yellow
western 601te7c. Oats modorato and firm
now western mixed 4750o ordinary; ex
tra choico whito western 4953o. Colfco
strong. Sugar steady. Molasses firm.
Pork strong, now mess lCc; prime 15
15Jc. Heef dull unchanged. Cut meats
dull. Ham ll12c; shoulders C$7c;
middles in good demand, lirm
short cloar 8; loog clear 8; long and
short clesr J. Lard firmer; western
steam HJ8;; kettlo 88j.
MiMi-itis, March 25. Flour quiet.
Corn scarce, Arm, fi2C3c. Oats easy, 45
4Cc. Hay dull ?2228. Dran dull $18.
Corn meal activo $1 2C. Pork dull nnd
drooping lfc. Lard dull and nominal.
Bulk meats dull; shnuldnrs C0
Nkw Ont.KAN, March 25. Flour dull.
Corn dull nnd lower; white and yellow
C205c; mixed C001. IJran dull, OOo.
Hav dull and lower; primo $25; choico
$2fi27. Sucar dull; good to fair 8Jej
prime 0c. Molasses dull; primo 41c; fair
re-boiled 55c; othors unchanged. Sterling
24; sight at par; gold 14. Cotton qulot;
sales 0,100; good ordinary 1C Jc; low midd
ling 18J18c; middling Orleans 19jc;
rocoipts 2,827; exports Liverpool 2,195;
Geneva 1,909; stock 214,230
FASHION'S ODDS AND ENDS.
Louis Quisizo heels aro now tho stylo
for high-stepping folks.
lilack cashmere slcovolcss vels will
bo worn with spring suits.
Etruscan cloth Is n now dress mnterial
woven from linen throad.
Embroidorod camel s hair polonaises
will bo very fashionablo this spring.
Tbo fashionable evening gloves arc of
soft pcau do Suedo, with six or eight but
tons. Initial note paper has superseded the
monogram, and three-cornered paper is In
ordor.
Seal skin polonaises aro a new inven
tion. Many will probably bo worn next
winter.
A Madison nvenun nabob has gold
fenders in front of tbo fireplaces in his
domicile.
For midsummer, linen suits witb
sleoveless vests of dark Napoleon bluo
linen will bo worn.
Afternoon musicals nro favorite Len
ten entertainments. They are penitential
in tho cxtremo.
Black silk stockings, with low shoes,
are the latest cliaussuro for young Now
York in full dress.
Gontlomon's spring hatslmvo been in
troduced. Thoydo not differ to any great
extent from thoie worn lnt year.
Thirty barrels of salad and twenty
fivo barrels of Malaga grapes wero con
sumed by tho hungry at tho inaugural
ball.
l'EP.SONAL.
Miss Wade, of Cincinnati, ha just mado
her sixty-llrst failuro ut suicido;
Cbas. Goodrich, tho man murdered in
Brooklyn, had three pistol shot wounds
In his head.
A young girl In Boston recently fell
down stairs, and was severely injuied by
ono ot her hair-pins being driven into her
bead.
Tbe largest number of dismissals over
mado by any president at ono timo will bo
oh tbo 20tn of May next whoa sixteen
hundred ussejsors and assistant ussessors
of internal rovonuo will bo discharged.
Three otllcors of tbo revenuo marine
havo beon appointed as commissioners by
Secretary ltichardson to select suitable
points on tho coasts for establishing life
saving stations.
Tbo New York 'Timos' is not plousod
with tbo appointmont of Judgo ltichard
son to tbo plnco vacated by -Mr. Boutwcll,
It Is understood to favor tho appointment
of Mr. Morgan, uvon at tho oxpunso of a
cbango in tbo Premiership.
Attorney General Melton, of !3outh
Carolina, lakes particular pains at all thu
executive receptions, to promouado with
tho distinguished nogro wenches In attend
ance. Ho justly regards It as u mero
matter of smell, however, and nobody dis
putes bis privilege.
Tho German papers note a very sing
ular ovent which occurred on the 15th tilt,
at Lichensteiu. Christian Friodorlck
Lango and his wife, Emily Wllhelmiuu
Lnngo lire Lolfert, cotohrated ttiulr seventy-fifth
nnnlversary. Tbo husband has
reached tbo rare old age of 103 years,
wbllo his spouso has soon tlio snows of Oil
wlntors pass over her head. If tho cele
bration of tbo sixtieth wedding is called
tho "diamond woddiug," what nro wo to
call tho sovonty-llfth unnlvorsary? Tho
minornlogical nomenclature seems to givo
out at tbut age.
Tho oldoit sonator will bo Simon
Cameron, born In 17U9,and tbo two young
est, Mr. Dorsoy, born in 1841, and Dr.
Conovor, 1830. Mr. Cameron is tho only
senator over 70 years of age. Forty-six
of tho sonators nro lawyers ; live aro in
terested In railroads ; four aro farmers ;
tbroouro physicians; two aro journalists;
two clergymen ; Mr. Spraguo is a manu
facturer, Mr. Chandler a merchant,
Mr. Ames an armv olllcor, Air. Clay
ton a civil onginccr, Mr. Jones
a minor, Mr. I'inehbaok a waiter, nud
Messrs. Buckingham, Caldwell, T. V.
Forry, Oilbert and West ongaged in gen
oral business. Sonators Alcorn, Gordon
and Hansom waro gonornls in tho confo I
orato army during tlio war. Messrs,
Alcorn , Anthony, Borcman, lirownlow,
Buckingham, Clayton, Fenton, Hamlin,
L. M. Morrill, Morton, liamsev, Spraguo,
Oglosby and Stevonson havo in tho past
boon governors of their respective states.
A singular suit for $10,000 1ms beon
brought against tho city of Boston.
When tho ltussian Duko, Alcxes, was en
tertained at Muslo ball by tbe exhibition
of school children In December, 1871, a
bust of Franklin was knocked from its pe
destal by porsone la the balcony, and
struck a woman named Ellzaboth
Kendall upon tbo hoad. In
Noting inlurlee which required md-
I..1 .it...... ?m ST Mnaldarakla tin.
( Tbert litlag lone donbti m to U llaMllty
of tbo city, suits havo also been brought
against two of tho aldermen who were
members of the committco in charge of tho
festival, ond their property attached. It
is claimed for tho defenso that tho Injured
person was present of her own froo will,
and at her own risk.
Tlioro is intonso Indignation in South
western Virginia over an outrago per
pdtaled by tho United Slates ductals of
tbat district, namely : Tho arrest of the
judge of Patrick county, the sheriff, nnd
members of a recont posse, merely upon
tbo altllavlt of a riotous
negro, himself a fugitivo from
justice. At tho February term of tbo
county court at Patrick, u colored man by
tbo name of Carter wis lndlctsd by tbo
grand Jury, upon tho Information of Caleb
Smith, for tiring pistols in tbo public
streets at Patrick court-bot.se, and for
other riotous, and disorderly conduct. A
few days alter tho indictment was prelcrcd
Cartor wrolo Smith a communication
couchod In abusivo language, in which
Smith was challenged to meet him for a
settlement of the difficulty. Smith ap
plied to Judgo Samuel G. Staples, ot tho
county court, for n warrant for tho ar
rest of Cartor for a libelous publica
tion. Tho Judgo issued tho warrant,
Carter wus arrested by tbo
sheriff and bis guard in tho night, and, on
tbo way to tho court-house, mado his n
capo. Tbo shorlff, after commanding bim
to halt, 3 rod upon him, but did him no in
jury, Carter immediately went to Dan
vIIU, and applied to the
United States commissioner for a
warrant of arrest. Under that warrant
JuJge Staple., tho shoril)', nnd his guard
wero arrested, carried to Danville, and nn
Monday morning, tho 17tb Inst., tlio raio
was called, whon, the commissioner not
being ready to proceed with tho examina
tion, tho csto was continued until tho first
Monday of April.
DENNTS HALEY
Has now nu band all kinds ol
DKY CiJiCl) AND STOVP. WOOD
For salo. Leave unlets, at
WM.KI.l'fSK'iiSTOJU:.
Corner Sixth and Commercial,
Or at corner ol Twe litis and Poplar. If
UIUK'UIIIEN.
CHEAP GKOOElt 1ES
THE SYSTEM.
OROCKKIX4 RETAILED AT WIIOt.MAI.I
riticEs run casu.
AT U. O. THIELEOKE'fl STOKE
WAelUNOTOJ AVENUE, 11KTWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
NEVER KNOWN TO TAIL,
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
TOR T!!l r-EIlMANENT CUUK OK
('II ILLS AXD FEVEK, DUMB AdUE
Olt AXY FOK.H OF INTERMIT
TENT FKVEIt.
THE GltEATESTDlSCOVEllY OF TUB
AUK !
Thero ore no ihcrsca no debilitating In
their ctlects upon the constitution ra the
uhove. and nono more tillUcult to cure by
the tibial modu of practice. The Fever and
Ague Powdcru will effect a cure In cases nl
tho longest landing as well as prove a pre
ventlvo in the fomiln stages or the lica.C't
Being purely vegetable, tboy act with cei-
t.l.lltr fill llll i1Lnikt trttnlL" n.mlt., II.,. I.
, from tho ytpm, and prevent a rrttini at
any future period.
I , Why w.iftc your money and health In irj
i ISF ccr'. tneillelno you hrur of, when
Innmpoon Icerand Apun Powder hav.i
never failed to etirc the Chill in anv eav.
REASONS Wlir THEY fINIA SHOl'LH
J5E USED.
Their repiitntlon N e-t.ibllsho.l. Thou.
aiid of tetlnionhiN have been leoelved,
showing that these powders have perlormeil
inirncleii in curing ciuph or Inn standing,
many of them ton-idercl hopeless.
There N no rik in taking thrin. Thov
contain unthing Injurious and, therclnre,
noun ol thu lingering dlcase ?o often tint
result of tho m.mv no-truim of tho d.n.
. ojrivtiiii-, n,,uiitiiiL-jiu .iiriii hi ?tiierior li
(luininc or any other known remcdv, lor
...wj .v.. hiu i.,s,tiii in ,i iilmuiij Ainie, ami
till! 1):ltlenl Iipi miil tlir tiinliltlllti .f
lap.-.
iir.ii.vi.i. ur v iju n.iu r.i i t no
grnulnu aro put nil In niu.iro tin boxen, wills
TilOMPfiON'.S FEVKU AND A(IUK POAV
I)i:i!S ituuipcd on the lid, and the Mgnatum
ot Thomi'Sox & CUAwroitn outhe wrapper.
.No other can po-l!ily ho geuulni.
W !bs. CRT Cuba Sugar for - -
9 it ii it ,i ...
CJ lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std.
1 " Primo Rio CofTeo for - -31
" Choico " "
3 " Old Government Java -
& 0
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 0C
1 0C
Teas and other staplo nnd fancy Groco
rios.cqually as cheap.
Goods new and full weight' given. Call
and try.
JOUN SIIEKUA3,
RETAIL GROCER
Anil Dealer In
VKUKTABLKS. FHUlTrf, KCH1S, LAUD
FUESU UU'lTEIt, KTC.
S3TAU Goods warranted fresh, and sold
tho lowett prices.
Corner 0th St. andCommorcialAvo.
7-2.1 tf.
tOAL.
CAIRO CITY COAL
co:m:.f.a.:it'X'.
It iirrpsrcl to supply cut i:njr th
mullir of
PITTSBURG 1ND ILLINOIS
COAL.
OltDKBS left at Halllday Bros, olllcc, 7
onto lkvkk. or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tuo "Montauk" will bring coal
amiindilo to steamer at anv hour
THOMPSON'S
It U E V .MAT r r
.VXD
HOliSE LINIMENT
TIIK Oh EAT EXTERNAL Ui:t T.DV VOU
P.nKUMATISM, KEUP.AL
G I A, SPRAIN'S, KTC,
good yon mas on jisasj
This liniment has earned for itseir a repu
tation unequalled in tho history of external
application. XSTThoui-ands who now Mil
fer from rheumatism, ncurnlcl;, eto., wmiiIiI
tiiiil Immediate relief Irom alt pain by u-Ing
this certain remedv. It t equally clTcctuiil
in cuu. imrtu, calus, tlllnesor the neck.
Niru throat, swellings, Inll:iniatlon, frot
httcs, pains in the slue, or back, blteof pl
icr.s or stlmri of Insectf.
Ono rubblnz wilHn nil cases clo immedi
ate relief, and u few applications coniplcto
cuie.
On account of its powerful penetrating
properties It U beyond doubt the surest rem
edy for tlio mo't troublesome diseases to
which horses and c.ittlo arc liable. It cures
scratches, old and frci-h cuts or sores, chafe
produced by the collar or saddles injuries
cutlsed by nails or cpllnts entering the llo-li
orlioof),"bnile?, sprain!", swecney, ppavlu
thru-h, and all dl-ease-i which de-troy tho
nooiior noucsoi uio icci.
j2ff"Full directions accompany each bot
tle. The above are prepared only by
CRAWFORD & FORKS.
Ill Market Street, Philadelphia,
.iiu soiu oy noruKeeper.i (generally iiirouii
out the country. 1-2(5 It d-e-w
PROSPKCTl'S FOR 187;). SIXTH YEAK
T HE A L D I N E,
An lllu-tnited Monthlv Jounial, universally
admitted to be tho fiiuulsomest Period
ical In thu orld. A ICcprecuti
tlvc and Champion of Amer
ican Tate.
1..1WYEKN.
WILLIAM .1. ALLKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
OUIeoovcr First Natloual bank. itlC-'hn
GHEEN & GILHEHT,
ATTORNEYfa
COUNSKLORS AT LAW,
Willlnni Il.Crvfii, )
Willutmll tlitlrt, V CAlllO, ILLINOIS,
Miles F.OIltHit, J
urHpec'in. attautiou ultca to Ailmlmlty tad
oitmhaat biistnexn.
OVVIUK OHIO LKVltB, IIOOMH 7 AND 8 OVKB
CITY NATIONAL HAVE.
SAMUEL 1'. WIIEELEU,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Olllcc over First National hank. n-IMm
David T. Llney'ir. John. M. Lansdeu.
LIN EG Alt Si LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Ofllco on Sevcntl; etreet, Winter'a block
old office of Lluegar, Munu & Popo, S-2Mn
Not fur Nnle lis Book or New Stores.
ART DEPARTMENT.
Notwithstanding the Increase In the price
o.suberiptlou hist fall, when thu Aldlne a
sinncd itsprcsent noble proportions anil rep
roentiitivo character, the edition will more
than double thu past year; proving that thu
American public appreciate u sincere el
tort in tho eiin-e ol Art. The lmblUhers
anxious to justify tlio ready cotuldcncot&tis
ucuionstrateu, navo e.xcrtuu tliemxeivcs to
tho turnout to develop uud Improve tho
work; and tlio plans tor the comlmr year,
as uutoldud by the month ly 141103, will at
toiilnh nnd dcliuht oven thu most sanguine
Iricndt ol tho Aldlnc.
Tho Aldlne will reproduce, e.vamplos ol
tho best foreign musters, selected with a,
view to tho highest artistic success, one
greatest geueral Interest ; avoiding such as
havo becomo funilllar, throimh photograph,
or copies or anv kind.
1 nu quarterly luueii piaies tor is,;i, win
reproduce four of John rf. 1 Lu is' Inimitable
child-sketches, npprcpriato In tho four sea
sons. These plates, appearing in tho issues
for January, April, July, ami October,
woftld bo ulono north the price of u year'
Mioscnimoii.
PREMIUM CUROMOS FOR 187:1.
Every subscriber tu the Aldlne, who pay
In advance ror tlio year 1673, will receive,
without additional charge, a pair ol beautl
rul oil chromoit, after J. J. Hill, the eminent
i.',.ii.ii 'riw. iit, .... .,.iiui
.''H'0 i. ........ .w I'lbiuiv., uiiuur.
"Tho VilluKo liclle," and "Crowing thu
Moor." aro UxiO lucho -aro printed from
so uiticreni unites, reuuiiiu ) iHiorcssioiu
and tints to perfect each picture. Tho same
curonios are sold lor ?:i0 per pair, in thu art
stores. As it Is the determination or Its con
ductor to keep tbo Aldino out of tho reach
ot cutiqieitituii in titer ueiiaiaiueni, tau
chromos will bo found ahead ol any that
can bo offered by o'thor periodicals. Every
subscriber will recoil u uccrtiUcate, over tbo
signature of tho imblMier, Ktiarantecloi;
that tho thromos ikllieri d slmll be equal tu
tho Minnies furnMied tho agent.
nr 1 ut ininiev iviu 1111 rfiiiiiiif.ii.
'Iho diitiibiiuon or piiiiircs 01 tun grade
freu to tho suhncrlhers to a live dollar peri
odical, will in.'ii'K an eiioi'li In tlio lilstorv ol
ft . mm ItlrflllAPttll. tlm l,ltniai,n,lanla.l
..... .., v.r..-..v. v.,.,.. . vvuVHWU
ehenpucss or thu price for I ho Aldlne ltsell,
even to thosii best acuualntetl with lh
n..l,l.,...,.t,i..t .if lii....,tl.!. . .....It. u 1.
proved mechanical appliances. (For Illus
trations of these chromes, see November Is
sue 01 mo Amine.;
THE LITERARY DEI'ARTMIsHT
11 tit IVIIIIIIUU UlllSVI SiHIU Ul JUI .
II ABitakl CSrt.l.lAf4,l ... I .0 .. .1 I ..ll. . 1 A. I .
tho litcraturo or tlio AMlno ulWftTi la k p-
11 Wim IVIttUIIUV lUaC(UIlf
TERMS.
mrk YitT fimiifi In uiltnn.a fill
V SSt J WJ 111' 9W a S 't- Sit S MVSU II SIS V SSV v
siiiftnri nv stuiit -sti a asicii iir iiHikrnminu
I1H1I III LI1I1 IDCSl KlvTUIlL IV 1 Lilt MIL IU Iiai U 111 I
MgUHUre OltjaJM BUtKD VO.

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