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OFFICE, SITIiXjETIISr BTTIIiX)I3ra-, GOU. 12TH STREET A.3STID -WA.ai3:i3STa-a:03Sr
JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO.. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. MARCH 27, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Prcachlnjr, SaltTtl. nt 10) a.m. anil 7) i.m
Prayer mooting, Wednesday at 7 p. in.
-tatmaUi .Sellout, :i p.m. J. M. I.audcn, Su
clintcnilciit. ItKV. II. Tha vkii, Pastor
l ETIIODIST.-Oor. Eighth and Walnut Su.
I'rcachliiy, Sihbalh at 1UJ a.m.. and 7 p. in
Prayer mcctlne;, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Pahbalh School, II. p.m. L. W. Sllllwcll,
Superintendent. Rkv. I'. L. TiioMrao:,
A Uljicayo man Intends to havo Mi
summer rcsldenco at San l'.afaol, u village
twelvu inilea north or ban rrancltco.
Tur. Missouri legislature, juit nd
journed, was In ecston eleven weeks, and
CHURCH OK THE ltKI)KKMKIt-(Kplco- 1 I"""1 upwards of ono hundred and fifty
Morning prayers. Sabbath 101
Evening prayers, 71 p.m.
huhbath School, a.m.
Rr.v. i:. Coam, Hector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH Ninth St. and
W itiilnntoii .Wciiue.
I'ulilic service, Sabbath 10 and 10 J a.m.
Vl'iDCM. II. in.
lav. 8 a.tu.
..1. O'll.w i.oiu.v, Priest.
M ii'u f-viry (n)
T .lOM'.PH'S CHI'RCH (Ot-nii.ui,) cor-
in rof Walnut and Crow "tresis.
.Mas, oveiy s-.ihti.illi at ID o'clock :i. m.
Vl-'pnlT, 'J p. m.
Mas during week iluy, H o'clock a. m.
Itnv. f. IIoi wia.v, Prle-t.
Uriel between Washington Avenue and
Piea. hliiir hundiv morning at lit u clock.
Sabbath Sehool at ioVlock p.m.
ItKV. ItoIlT. Illtl.IIIO, Pastor.
WM Ml MEN'S CIIHKI'IAN ASHoCIA
I ION. Krirular iiie.-lin' svond Monday
f.uli mouth at llielr room over Rockwell
& Co' bookstore, Commercial nvftiue.
V Lly Prayer me ling, Krlday,71 p.m. at
I,. W. Siit.i.wi:i.i.. President.
S-EUlKI MIS.-IONAltV HAPTIST
rUL'KOII. Oini'T Sycamore and Korty-llr-t
htrcets. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and iio'rlnik p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church lit connected with the Illinois
Association, by (he l'lr-t Missionary P..ip
list Church ol c'alro.
lti:v. Soulto.v I.ko.s'aiui, l'astor.
A Kill CAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, bo
twetn Walnut and Cedar.
rf en leer, sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath .School, lj p.m.
meet at 3 p.m.
SECOND FREE WI1.I. It.U'TIST'-Klf.
Itcnth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
N'rvk-cs r?abbatli, 1) and :i p. in.
Ri:V. N. RtCKd, PaMor.
HIKE Wll.l. HAPTIST HOMi: MISSION
bAUIIATH SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Street.
fobbath School. ( a.m.
rTKsT 1REE Wll.l. HAPTIST CHURCH
- urr)''K Ilarracki
senieciijf-abbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A 7J
Hkv. Wm. Kki.i.kv, l'ator.
KUIST MI.SSIONAHY 1IAITI.ST CIIUUCll.
-t edar, bcMveen Nlntli and Tenth SU.
rreaclilng Sabbatli, 101 a.m. and 71 p.m.
i rayer naciin, tcuuciay eeiiuiij.
rreaclilnjr, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 11 p.m. .lohn Vanliaxter
aud Mary steiilicu. hupcrlnundciit".
Kkv. T. .1. MtoitKM, rator.
SIX'ONU UAl'TIST ClU KCH-Kourtoenth
Mrcct, between Cedar and Walnut. Tub
only llaptlrt church recoynUod by the A.
'oclatlon. Senlceii, Sabbath, 11 a.m. S p.m. and 7 p.m.
lU'V. .1 acdii lluAii.i:v, Kldcr.
'AtllO COMMANDi:UY. No. 13. Stated
Aembly at the Af lum Maxonlu Hall, iirt
and third Mouduys In each month.
JAlltO COL'NCH., No.2. Regular Convo
cation at Matonlc Hall, the eccond Kriday
In each mouth.
CA1KO ( UAlTillt No. 71. ItcfeTiiar Con
ocatlou at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuefdav of every month,
UAIKO I.OIKiE, No. ir; y.k A. M. lleu
lar Communication at Marouic Hall, the
second and fourth Moudayn of each month.
Al.i:'ANHKH LODOK.'iil-Meetslii Odd
l ellow.' Hall, In Alter' bulldlngr, ecry
Thursday eeuln at S o'clock.
dovcnior Ulchaid .1. Oyloby.
I.leuteliant-Oovenior .John I.. Iteverldge.
jjccretary- of State Ccoiro II. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. K. I.lpplucott.
Stile Treasurer Camper Uuu.
Attorney Ueneral .lames K. Kdiall
Supt.l'ubllc IiMtructlon Newton Uateman
Senators l.ymau Tnimbull and John A.
iteprcsentatlvo ror me siaic-ai..are;c s.
Keprcscntatlvc Thirteenth Diitrict .lohn
MKMIIKUS (IKNUTrAL ASSKMIII.Y.
UDpreentatUei In the Wtli dlit'Ict.
John 11. Oberly, Wm. A. l.emina and -Mutli-ew
Senator for the ,'iOtli ilUtrlct. .Iee Warp.
.IiicIkc 1). ,1. Itaker, of Alexander.
State's Attorney l'utilck II. l'opc.
Clerk It. S. Yocuui.
Sherlir A. H. In In.
Wm. Martin Aw.e9or ami Treasurer.
.fudge Y. llrof.
Associates .1. 1.'. McCrltu and S. Murclill-
( lerk Jacob O
Johu 11. (lonian.
Mayor .lohn M. J.an-den.
Treasurer It. A. Cunuinhain.
Coinptroller K. A. llurnett,
I lerk Michael Howlcy.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Altorupy I'. H. l'ope.
1'ollco Magistrate K. llro?s and 11. Shan
Chief of l'ollcc-1,, H. Myeri.
Mayor John M. I.aimlcn.
Klmt Ward 1'. (. Schuh.
Second AYard C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Slants Tai lor.
Clty-at-l.arge W. r. liafllday
I10A1ID OK Al.nKIiMK.V.
First Ward lames Itcardeii, A.
lorn, laau iiuivi,;.
Second Ward It. H. Cunningham, K,
tier, ij. sinncci, uuiuun oujne.
Third AVard-Wm. Stratton, J. u. l'hllll.
Fourth Ward Jno. II. Uobliifon, U. II.
cafe, J. II. Metcalf.
U. WAKDNElt, M. I"
Ollleo anil Itcslilcnco 111 Commercial inc.
line, (next door to the- Athcneiim).
mi V. 0. TABEH,
Will rcsumo the practlco ol his profession
with especial refcrenco to the electrlca
treatment ol diseases In nil tho new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of female complaints a lady
will be In attendance.
Ofllco, 12S Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
RKSIDBNOB-No. 21 Thirleenlh street, be.
tweim WashinRinn avenue and Walnut street.
Oinco 11J Commercial avenue, up stairs.
07w. DUNNING, M. D.
OEStDKNOB-oornerKlnth and Walnut st.
iioraae corner BUth street and Ohio levee,
Offloe hours from a a.m. to 12 m., and p.m
It. S. BMOHAM, M. U
Homeopatlilo 1'hyslclan and fiinvcon, Of
lice 130 Commorclal avonuo. Hcsldenco on
Tenth street, three doon west of C. It.
Ox .Monday, n Chicn:;o "special police
man'' choked a nmn rmniod ltojenler for
Cvo minutes, then hold him with tils back
beni down over the edge of a tub and
beat him , In ll.nt position until hu was
completely paralyzed, luting tho power of
peech and motion. Koson berjj's otloriro
whi Hiving hti itWrnf of tiro which created
ii panto In tbc houso for which "Williams
Gov. llEvKKtiiuii it now holding In
earnest, not to say prayerful, consideration
ll.o bill which divides tho ftata Into Judi
cial clrcuiu In ?nordaiJCi with the consti
tution. The- rossons which chiefly daiken
tho mecutivo mind in this mutter, urn
that thu bill beinp; provided with tho
emiirjency cUti'c, will take Instant effect,
and thus instantly abolish all tho present
circuits, with the Judges und other ma
chinery connected thi.rowitb. Tho olcc
lion lor judges does not tako plsco till
June, and consequently, ad m'w, there
will be no circuit Judges or courts in tho
state. .lust how great nn cvli this would
b, neither tho governor nor tho 'l'.egii
tcr' it now prepared to stato, but while hit
excellency cogitate, wo are moved to in
quiro why thu frame.-i and ardent friends
of tho bill did not Uifcovcr Ibis most obvi
ous effect or defect, in timo to snvo tho ex
ooutivo mind from a dangerous tension
TiiBQuincy 'Herald' says:
S-jiiator Stewart of Nevada, otel to in
creao tho pay of congressmen, on tho
ground that additional compensation was
tieeosiary that they might livo decently in
athington. One of tho WBthington pa
jiers explains as follows what .Stewnrt
meant; Tho. most superb futnituro in
Washington is said to bo in the houieof
I Senator .Stewart, selected by Mrs. Stewart
uuring n vo years sojourn in Kurape, nnd
valued nt two hundred tbouiatid dollars.
Thore it a tablo compoied of n gilt
stand, supporting a slab of iho
flnet black mnrblo, inlaid with tliwers
and fruits of Florentine mosaic, and a
cabinet of ebony and Florentine mosaic
which is said by connoiseurs to be equalled
only by ono in tho l'ilti l'alare.'' This
wo tupppuse, it what Senator Stewart
callt living "decently in Wahhington,"
for which tho paoply aio to pay by in
creasing tbo compensation of members of
congro. It in timo congressmen should
bo brought back to tumo of the simple
babitsoi iho bettor days of tho Republic,
and tbo way to do th'is is to tnuke them
understand that being n servant of the peo
ple does not mean acquiring n fortune In a
few vo'im, aud at the samo time living in
n statu of almost regal msinlllceneo.
L'p to tho present timo only one-half
of the members of congress have drawn
their extra pay.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Alfred Towns
end, of Washington, have suffered bereave
ment in tho death of uti infant daughter.
Albert S. Kecler, tho lad who
murdered the Spencer girl in Syracuse, N.
Y., and was himself killed by u train of
ears whilo attempting to escape, was from
North Troy, Vermont, whero hi mother,
a widow, resides.
Hoetunna Smith, of Thompson street,
New York, committed suicide by taking
I'arii-green. About u year ngo tho lost
nn eye, and tho children of thu neighbor
hood lmvo since been in the habit of call
ing hero "glass-oyo" and 'cock-eye." 15c
ing very sensitive, thlspreied upon her
mind and drove lior crazy.
Tha story is that not only has tho
Right Rev. Johu 1. Nowman, of the
First National church, been appointed
visitor to consulates with a salary of
$5,000 par year and all expenses paid,
but his wifu recoivoi a commission as his
secretary at a moro moderato salary, with
her expenses uWo paid. What a lino
thing it Is to lmvo been high chaplain for
-Mrs. Foster still continues in a vory
critical condition. Thu terrible excite
ment she underwent during tho fow days
preceding Fostor's execution, and tho fear
ful reaction which tot in after tho son
tencu was carried out, wcro moro than hu
man naturo could bear, nnd Mrs. Foster's
framo gave way completely. Sbo now
lies utterly prostratod. Attending physi
cians lmvo but faint hopes of her recov
ery. Tho executors of tho pstato of tho lato
Thaddous Stevens lmvo resolved to toll
tho "Caledonia Iron "Works," with about
10,000 acres of land, Including oro mines
belonging to tho estate, situated ton miles
nast of Chumboriburg, Franklin county,
Pennsylvania, nnd for tho purposo liavo
placed tho same in tho hands of of .Mr.
Simon Stovcns. Tho proccods of tho salo
under tho will of Mr. Stevous, iu
a curtain ovont nro to bo givon "to
oroct, ostAblish, and endow a houso of
refugo in Lancaster, Vn, for tho roliof of
homeless indigent orphans, who liavo lost
either paront." Mr. Stevens' will pro
vides that in this institution "no prefer
onco phnll bo shown on ucoutit of race or
color in the admission and treatmont,
noithor poor Germans, Irish, or Mahom
medans, nor any others, on account of
their raco or rollgion of their porcnts,
must bn oxcludod.
Inklamation or tub Uowelb. Tho
virtuos of Dr. Trash's Magnetic Ointment
in this dlsonsonrotruelv wonderful. Many
cusos liavo beon snatched from tho gravo
by tho U80 of this ointment, when ovory
other means had fulled. Wo liavo many
cases reported to us corroborating this
statomont. It is equally ofleetlvo In infla
matlon of nny of tho Pelvic or abdominal
viscera, of tho liver, sploon, kidneys, ova
rios, womb and bladder. Sop ndvorliso
ment in anolhor column. n-20wlt
M.VKVr.f.OUS llKYONI) PltKCnUKKT I
tho effects of Sozodont upon tho wholo
economy of tho mouth, koeping tho g.jms
rosy andlioalthy.tho tooth in porfect ordor,
giving to tho breotU a balmy fragrance.
Wahukotok, March 20. Senator Car
penter was selected president pro lorn.,
during tho absence of tho vico president.
Tho committee on privileges and elec
tions horotoforo instructed to Inquire into
thu most practicable- mode of electing a
president nnd vice president, were given
leave to hold their session in Washington
A resolution was adopted fur a commit
tho to report obligations between the
postal dopartmonl and railroad corn pan
ies. Tho scnato adopted a resolution in tbo
Patterson crso nllowing his pamphlet to
bo I! led at 1:40.
Senator Windom called up tho follow
ing resolution heretofore submitted by
Resolved, That tho select committee on
transportation routes to tho sen board, bo
directed to inquire and report to Ihotcriata
at tho next session, as to the nature and
extent of obligations subsisting between
railroad companies and postal servico of
tuo country, and whether ony, and what
additional legislation is necessary to guard
postal service against interruption, or in
jury by hostile action on part of any or
ulj of said railroad companies.
Senator Windom merely wished to say
that, although congress increased tho
r.'omien!ation of railroad companies some
00,000, It was now understood that they
rcfuto to perforin a part of tho service
namely, as to postal cars.
Senator Morrill of Yorrnont, said that
railroad companies having entered into
combination, it was necessary to make in
quiries so that tho tenatu might tako
prompt and effective action, when thoy
mee. again. Iho resolution was adopted.
Senator easterly offered tho following
re-solution, which was adopted :
Resoived, That tho secretary of tho
treasury and tho secretary of thu Interior,
respectively, be, r.nd they are hereby di
rected, to transmit to the senate any In
formation In their reipactivu departments
as to thu amount of bonds issued on credit
of tho Ceniial Pacific Railroad company
tunning thu first mortgugo or lien on the
company s roud and property ; und on
what property specifically. " AUo the
amounts ol said bunds iitued frem time to
time lime, and on what date they were is
sued , and also to "ascertain
und report under what general desigatlon
such bonds uru commonly negotiated or
known j and to transmit all of said Infor
mation, brought down to the latest date,
to the senate at thu commencement of the
next session of congress.
Senator Windom called up tho follow
ing resolution, herotoforu offered by him.:
Resolved, Thut tho select committee on
transportation routes to seaboard, bo au
thorized to sit at such places us they may
dusignato during recess, and to investigate
und report upon thu subject of transporta
tion between tho interior und 'seaboard,
thut they ihuvo power to employ clerks
and stenographers, and to send for persons
and papers, und that thu necessary ex
penses attending such investigation be
jiaid out of thu contigent fund of the sen
ate upon vouchors, approved by tbu chair
man of said committee.
Senator Windoui ro-u to explain tho ob
jects und purpose's of the resolution. Itls,
he cutd, an admitted fact that thu prcsont
facilities for interchanging products and
tbo commodities between tho Interior and
seaboards mo totally iuudequato. llit'.cr
complaints of extortion und oppression
come to us Irons till parts of the country.
Channel commerce is controlled
by powerful monopolies, who die-
tatu their own tonus to tho
peoples burduons. Tnoy lmposu on con
sumers and producers uru too grcvious to
bo longer endured. "While millions of
bushels of wheat and corn uro rottiug in
tho fields of the West, thousnnds of people
in tho Rust uro suffering for
tho want of cheap bread.
Congress will be compelled ut an early
day to net on this subject. All I now ask
of tbo scnato is that a committee bo up
pointed to consider this subject, which
may have powc to investigate it tho
roughly. Thu resolution was unanimously
On motion of Senator Anthony it was
resolved that tho president of tho senate
ut four o'clock to-day, declare tho scnato
adjourned slno die, and on his motion a
committee of three was appointed to wait
on President Grant and inform him thut
if ho had no further communications to
mako that they nro ready to adjourn.
Tho chuir appointed Senators Anthony,
Morton nnd Cassorly as such committee.
At 3:25 p.m., tho doors wcro opened,
when tho committee appointed to wait
upon tho president, reported that thoy had
porforracd that duty, and that tho pros!
dent informed them ho had no further
communications to mako to the senate
On motion of Senator Stockton, it was
unanimously resolved that tho thanks of
tho scnato aro duo, und aro hereby re
spectfully tondored to Henry "Wilson, vico
president, for tho ability, courtesy and im
partiality with which ho has prosidod over
tho deliberations of this body.
Senate then adjourned sino dlo.
TIIltKK CHILDREN I1URNKD TO
11, . ,11 tv
IIUKKEC TO DEATH.
DtTitotT, March 20. Tho houso of
Henry Peters at Grass Point, 0 miles bo
law this city, burnod last night. Three
children woro in tbo house At the time,
and perished In tho flames.
HHSOLUTION ASKING JAMKS
A. GARFIELD TO RESIGN
HIS SEAT IN CON-GUESS.
CONFIRMATIONS HY TIIK SUN-ATK.
A9KED TO r.tSlO.V.
Cleveland, March 20. Tho Trum
bull County Republican convention, held
ut "Warren to-day, adopted a resolution
asking James A. Garfield to ictign his
seat in the houso of representatives, de
claring that by voting for the retractive
'alary bill ho bos forfeited tho confidence
of bis constituents.
"Washington, March 2C Tho senate
confirmed tho following nominations:
Jno. A, Campball govornor of Wyoming.
Collectors of internal revenue A I on 7.0 Jl.
Carroll, 2nd district of Missouri. K. S.
Hammond, Indian agent for Colorado:
J. F. Touner, superintendant of Indian
affairs for Arizona.
FUHTHEK EVIDENCE IN THE
JJANK OF ENGLAND
AN OLD LADY. TAKEN OUT OF
BED BY l'N KNOWN PAH
TIES AND HANGED.
A SON CONFESSKS THE MURDER
OF HIS MOTH Ell.
AKT.EMTEU ON SfM'IClO.V.
Nkw York, March lit). London papers
of the 1 lib Inst, contain the evidence in
tho uaso of Edwin Noycs, arrested on sus
picion of being concerned in tho into for
geries on tho Hank of England. Tho
woman who was arrested, charged with
being in unlawful possession of n part of
the fraud, testified that last August tho
becamo acquainted with ono Goo. Itld
woll, an American, and went to Holland
and Franco with himj sho knew his
brother, an American, Howe and Gcorgo
McDonnoll. This McDonnell sbo identi
fied by his photograph, as a person known
as a friend of Noycs. Sbo further
states that tho prisoner iNoyet is tho Mr.
Howe- whom she thus mot on tho 3d of
March. Geo. Bidwell informed hor that
something bad gone nmis with one of bis
friends. Ilo shaved off his moustache and
commissioned her to meet him with somo
monoy at Easton squire station, and go
with him tp Holy Head. She obeyed his
directions and went to tha station, but ho
was gone, and tho polico took her into cus
tody. Noyos, tho two Hidwolls, McDon
nell and hor evidence was also brought,
which seems to provo that tho two.' are re
ally different names for tho same man.
Louisvillk, March Tom Smith,
a negro, will bo hung on Friday for mur
der. To-day ho was baptised in tho
Methodist church, and received tho sacra
ment. The coremony was conducted by
ono white man and one coloied minister,
his own choosing.
Chioaoo, March 20. Win. L. Langs
ton, tho son of nn old lady, who, with her
littlo girl, Mary Easter, was found
HUHUKIti:!) j:. 11 cp. iif.d
Recently near Paradise, Colo county, I 111
nois, has confussod to tho killing of both
parties, und .accusos his wifu us nn acces
sary. Lanston is in jail and tho only mo.
tivo ho assigns is tho instigation nnd per
secution of his wife, who never had pleas
ant feolings toward thoold lady. In ad
dition to this is tho probability that
Langston and his wife woro somowhat
over anxious to get possession of his
mothor's proporty. Thore is vory strong
fooling against tho murderer in the neigh
borhood whore tho tragody occurred, and
had ho not boon removed by officers, ho
would probably lmvo recolved summ.iry
oooDrticit's scpphcted muudekxii.
New York, March 110. Tho gcntloman
In company with Goodrich on tho night of
tho murder, has not bocn heard of since
tho night aftor tho murder. It Is sits
ported that this man und the missing wo
man aro togcthor, und liavo gone to
OLD LADY 1IANOED.
Nashville, March 20. A widow wo
man namod Honudou, sixty years old, liv
ing nluo miles from this city, was takon
out of bed by unknown parties last night
and carried to a common gallows used for
drosslng hogs, and hungod till shu was
Jauacia, L. I., March 20. Julius Ende
and his wife deliberately sovored the arte
ries in their arms and logs for tho purposo
of suicide. They woro discovered and re
lieved nnd may now rocovor.
BROOKLYN CARPENTERS TO
STRIKE FOR EIGHT HOURS.
CARPENTERS TO STRIKE.
New YonK, March i!G. Tho Brooklyn
rarpontoM at a meeting last evening, de
cided to strike April 8, If their wages
wero not raised from $3 to Z 60 for eight
hours labor per day.
Aiitonla ..imbrana, a distinguished
Who has arrived In this city, reports tho
Insurgonts of that Island as having abund
anco of arms and uro in good spirits,
Thoy arn making steady progress in tho
eastern department nnd will soon compel
tho Spaniards to wholly withdraw there
from. WEATHER REPORT.
Wash inoton,. March 'JO.-Prohabilitici-The
storm centra in New England moved
Eastward over Mnsachuetts bay with in
creasing severity for Thursdrfy., In New
England north and west winds Increasing
to brisk, nnd possibly high, witli cloud
and snow, followed by clearing weather.
For Middle Statc3 brisk northwest winds
clear or clearing weather. For South At
lantic states diminishing winds partly
cloudy weather and rising temperature.
For Eastern Gulf Strtcs clear weather and
light winds followed Thursdoy afternoon
by falling barometer and southeast winds
extending also over Westorn Gulf States,
For Ohio Valley rising barometer
northerly winds nnd clear weather
followed Thursday afternoon by light
southerly winds and rising temperature.
For Uppor Likes cloar and cold wenthor,
followed by north and oast winds, increas
ing cloudiness. Storm contro dovolop
Thursday in Dakota, preceded by increas
ing southerly winds. and threatening
weathor in Minnesota. Cautionary sig
nals continuo at Portland, Maine, Boston,
"Wood Hole, Now Hampshire, New Lon
don, New York, Capo Mbj-, Norfolk and
Vilrnlgton. "Will bo displayed at hike
stations from and after April 1.
New York, March 50. Monoy com
paratively stronger at 1.2".!t-lC for i
tcrest por dlcum on call. Bills providin
against tho collection of government
por cent bonds passed tho stnto senate
Sterling exchango stronger 8JSJ. Gold
nctivo and higher, ranging from lojlC,
and closing at 1S10. Loans ut J7
per cont for carrying. Clearings 01,000,
0D0. Treasury disbursement 120,000. Cus
tom receipts -103,000. Exports 300,000.
Governments strong, with nn advance of
i In S-20. Stock bonds lowor.
Coupon Os of -SI, 10J ; 0-2Os of -02, 17
of -01, ; 17 of '-03, 17? j now of -05, I C J
of -07. 18; of 03, 17J ; now is H
10-40s 12 j currency Os, 14J.
A MINISTERIAL CRISIS IMMI
NENT IN SPAIN.
London, March 20 Dispatchos from
Madridjsay, Castaluar Accesta, ministor of
war, will probably rotlro from tho cabinet.
It is also stated that a general ministerial
crisis Is imminent.
Madrid, March 20. "A lojyr on masse
UDon tho adult malo population of Cata
tonia and neighboring provinces, to sup
press the uariisi insurrection, is prooaoie.
Manv RoDubllcans who havo volunteered
to fight tha insurgents have already met
at tha appointed rendezvous.
St. Louis, March 20. Flour quiet and
dulljoxtra $0 &0(ji,C; XX 0 2&(u)7; XXX
7 268j nuinlnul SB 23; etioico und
fancy $11 W0 00. AVhuat quiet and
unchanged; No. a spring soft $1 25; No. 2
do $1 3401 155, No. 2 red full 1 80(1 00.
Corn firmer; No. 2 mixod 3tKii3oc. Oats
steady; No, 2 mixed 2dJ(523c.
Barley firm; buoyunt No 3 sprfng 05
75c No 2 b5(n)J0o choico $1. ilyo dull
und unchanged. Pork firmer; standard
mess $16 60; hold by somo at $10- dried
salt firmer; looso clean sides "JgyT'c Ba
con firmer, shoulders Ujcr clear sides 83
8'c. Lard quiet nt 7Ja for prime steam.
"Whiskoy dull at SC(u,S7c. Coll'eo firmer;
Rio 2:02 It-. Sugar Uiiet; Louisiana
0(g)llc; Plantation molasses 75S0c.
Cattle in good demand, for shipping
grades previous pricos. Hogs quiet and
Chicaoo, March 20. Flour quiet and
unchanged. Wbeut quiet nnd lower; No.
1 spring 1 27 j; No 2 1 20 J; cash 1 24 1;
May No 3 1 10. Oats dull and drooping;
No 2 25 cash, 28 May. Ryo scarce and
llrmor; No 2 C4-31; bid for regular und
fresh but no sales. Barley steady; No 2
fall 7890; regular fresh No 3 O507Jc.
Provisions llrmor: pork $11 70(g)! 1 75
cash; 11 05 bid May. Liud uctivo and in
good demand and advanced at SB 05 cash;
8 20 May. Bulk moats in fair domand
and advanced; shoulders & freely bid; 0J
asked; looso sales 5; short cloar 71; looso
8a packed; S R middles puckod 6c. Bacon
steady; shoulders OJa packed May; sugar
cured hams 13Jl4c packed. Whisky
higher, at 37c.
Nkw York, March 20. Flour in fair
Jobbing domand, suporlor 15 00(.0 CO;
common to pooj $0 003" CO; good to
choico S7 63(5)7 05; white whoat weitorn
X 58 60lO 50. Wheat strong, holdors
ask an advance, No 2 Milwaukca $1 I I
and hold highor; No 2 and 3 choico spring
-.nixed 111 storo $1 59; red wostorn jl 85;
umber wostorn 1 00. Ryo is in light
supply and firm. Barley steady. Corn
firm and fair domand; new wostorn mixed
CC(lGflc; old in storo 01 Jc; yellow west
orn C0j(207c. Oats higher und in good
demand; now whito wostorn 4850jc;
black westorn 61(5)5 Ic. Coll'eo strong.
Sugar moro active. Molasses quiet and
firmer. Pork llrmor; now mess $10 05
$10 25. prime Sl&15 75. Beef stoudy
and unctiaiigcd. Cut meat dull; hams 11
I2jc; shouldors CJ7c. Middling
firmer; short clear 8e; lonir cloar 81c:
short clour April 8Jc, Lard steady; wost
orn sioaui oc; wusiurn 3,
M km I'll is, March 20. Flour dull and
nominal. Corn scarce and firm G3(7i05e.
Oats dull 43c. Hay dull 2228c. Ilran
lowor 17 18c. Corn rnoal 55c. Pork
scarco and firm $IG 25- Lard dull and
unchanged. Bulk moats dull; shoulders
C0c; sides 738Jo. Bacon qulot, shoul
dors G'oinc: aides 83(ftlc
n kw urlkanh, .March xu. f lour uuu
XX SO 76; XXX S7 871(9,8 35; chnlco
family 59 5011. Corn lower COffiQ.lo.
Oats -12(S)44o. Bran sti pply good 8595o.
Hav dull and lower: primo $232 Pork
quiet; men held $17, dry salt moats dull
tKup()tjb aacon ami nami ioc,
Lard, tiarco 8c; keg OJQlOc. Coffao
l"J10Jc. Whiskey dull, P.Oc.
Sterling 21jc; sight pur; gold 15Je,
Oiiicaoo, .March 20. Snow storm last
night delayed stock trains on all road.
Freights very light. Cattlo receipts 597.
Market firm; all good offerings taken
readily at 7CIG2D; for fair to choico
$4 C20$5 corn fed Texas lings .1080.
Receipts actlvo to extent of offerings;
Prices steady at Si 905 2i common to
l!lo and Fall of the Rivers
For 21 hours ending:; p. milnrch 20, 1S7.1.
i Ui v i'j it j v i U VV i TU If AI
DAVID W. HARNETT,
observer Big. liur. I,'. rf. A.
Nahiivillk, March 20. Tho rivor Is on
a rapid decline, with 'J feet on Harpoth
shoals. Weather cloar nnd cold; ground
this morning was covered with snow, but
It all disappeared beforo night.
VlCKSliuiio, March 20. Down: Smoky
City, Belfast. Up: City of Cairo. Weather
Clear anu cool. Kiver falling,
Nkw Orlkans, March 20. Arrived:
Mary Alico and barges, St. Louis; Bello
Lee, .Memphis. Departed: R. E. Lee,
Louisville; Commonwealth, Great Repub
lic and Jlollio .Moore. St. Louis. Weather
clear and cool.
Mkmhiih. March 20. Weather clear
and cold. River rislnc slowlv. Ar
rived: John B. .Maud. Now Orleans, De
parted: Paulino Carroll, Shannon, -Marv
.McDonald for Ouachita rivorjJoo Kinney,
Mountaineer nnd St. Joseph, St. Louis.
Tbo Dardanell sunk in tho Arkansas river
yesterday sixty-llvo miles abovo Pino
blutls. shu lies straight, with thirty feet
of water over hor lower deck, und will in
ull probability bo raised.
Louisvillk, March 20. River 10 feet 1
nehes in tho canal; 8 feet -1 Inches iu tber
chute. CVld and blustering. Business
good. Arrived: Era No 9, old locks.Now
Orleans. Depurtod: Era, Cincinnati.
Little Rock, Murch 20. River con
tlnues to decline.
Cincinnati, March 20. River rising
slowly. Arrived: Charmer, Evausville.
Departed: U S Tumor, New Orleuns;
Charmer, Evansville; Probaseo, Memphis.
v cuuier ciuuuy ana cool,
St. Louis, March 20. Arrived: Rob
Roy, Keokuk; Dexter, New Orleans; Coal
Hill, Illinois river. Departed: City of
Alton, Forsyth nnd Bismarck, Now Or
leans; Grand Tower, Memphis; Rob Roy,
Keokuk; Raven, Cairo; Pifco ind Alico
.Missouri rivor; Wolf)', Rod river. River
fulling slowly. Weather clear and warm.
.Most of snow melted during day, but
frecziug again to-night.
Evan.svi llk, March 20. Suowcd all
night with h fearful wind, Weather
partly clear, but cold to-day. Mercury
2 1 to 32 degree. Rivor roso 'l feet. Up:
Silvorthorno, S a.m., Fayotto, 0 a.m.,
Camilla, I p.m. Down: Grey Eiiglo,
Idlowild, nnd Robert .Mitchell nil with
I'itt.shuro, -Mrrch 20. Kiver rising
slowly with 12 feet 2 inches in tho clmn
ne; light snow has been falling sincn last
night. Arrived: Currio Brooks, Wheel
ing, and departed, Towboats Stolla, Wm
Stono and Coal Valley arrived with
emptp barges. Tho Whalo with U barges
containing 100,000 bushels coal departed
for Cinelnnati this morning. Capt. .1. S.
Noble died in this city this morninc, nnd
llHgs on tew boats wcro displnyod at half
most in respect of his memory.
A WOMAN POISONS IIKH IUTS
BAim From the La Cro-t-c Republican, .March 17.
After n very brief illneis Duiiiul Inger
soll, of Sparta, diod on Thursday, .March
0. Tho fun era I was to tako place on tho
Saturday following. Tho authorities took i
tho mattor In liuml and hud an exumina- I
lion of tho body, and fuund strong proofs )
that thu deceasod came to his death from j
tho effects of poison, Tho stomach was I
sent to competent chemists, who, on up- I
piying ciicnucal (est, lotinil unmisiaKatilo
evidences of stryclinino. A -coroner's
jury was impaneled, and rendered n ver
dict that uoccaiou came to tils death tiy
poison ndmlnlstorod by his wlfo, and sho
was accordingly arretted on Friday morn
iiig, .March 1-ith. Mrs, Ingersoll was a
milliner In Sparta, a woman of proud do
ineanor and prepossessing appear
ance, Sho was found of
dross und society. Her husband
was tho rovorso. Ho paid littlo or no at
tention to his ncrsnnal annoarance. was I
content to bo teen dally dressed in a slip- I
suod manner, naued t j wuicii was an easy
going way, that showed ho lacked enorgy.
Sho Imd recently applied to nn attornuy
to get n divorce, but as lie was always
Kind unci gave nor 1110 monoy ho 1
earned, shu was informed sho j
could not get i logal separa
tion. Wo nro informed sho had lately
procured uu insurancu 011 his life for SI,
000, on which sho paid promptly tho pro- j
mlum. Ho had been ut work tho past 1
wlntor in the pinery, nnd had been homo
but n fow days previous to his death.
It was ascortalnod tho had porcured J
from a druircist somo strychnine, which ,
sho said was to poison rntK, and when tho
authorities obtaiucd what was left it was
found that some ninu grains had been
used- Her son, a lad somo fourtoon years I
old, said ho had never beforo seen any
stiychnlne, and, in pulling out the stop
per to oxamlno it, spilled a portion of it.
This stntoment being mado boforo tho ar
rest increased tho suspicion that some
thine bcsldo natural causes produced death.
ThS young lad was not a son of Mr. In
gorsoll, but was either a son of a formor
husband of Mrs. Ingersoll, or was Illegiti
mate. Sho will bo tried next week.
tinif MTA n t . .
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llin Inn tttiit c f 1 . . 1 1 1 . -b a..nii -
eiuuo in tiiu Tormina tagc or the disease
la.niy on me lie:ie. totally" cradicafllie I
from tho cystem. nnd pnVent a return a
any future period.
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