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JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
OUR CHURCHES.
I'RESBYTERIAN-filSth Street,
l'reachlng, Babbatb.at 101 a.tn. and 71 p. in
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 71 p. m.
-ilifiath School. .1 ri.m. .?. M. Lansdcn. Su
perintendent. UeV. II. Tiiayeh, l'astor
IrilE BULLETIN.'
The Now Vork, Now Haven and Ilart-
TELEGRAPH
perintondent. Itr.V. II. Tiiayeh, l'antor fot( railroad will cot run postal car after , --
MirrilODIST.-Cor. FJijIjtU and Walnut 8U. , A .,..1 , ,.d1 . incft.,0 of nrlco li '
Preaching, Habbath at 101 a.m., and 7 p. m I . ' ! an increase-oi price n
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m. given by tho post-offlco department.
Sabbath School, n. p.m. L
Superintendent. Rev. F. 1
W. Stlllwcll,
THOMPSON,
POLITICAL.
FOREIGN.
DON CARL03 ABDICATES HIS
CLAIMS TO THE SPANISH
THKONE IN FA
VOR OF HIS
SON.
Tin: Importation of popper U conlntd
laor' ... . I lonfow Boston housoi and two or thrco
CHURCH 01 THE RF.DEKMElt (Kplsco- o
y?1-) . .... ... i .. . . . . . . . ... . .
.Morning prayers. Habbath 101 a.tn,
evening prayers, 1 1 p.in
Habbath School, u n.m. ,,.,
Itr.V. E. Coax, Rector.
PATKifi.'M rumen Ninth St. and '
TWEED RESIGNS HIS SEAT IN
THE NEW YORK STATE
SENATE.
ST,
Washington AMinuc.
1'ilblle service, Habtnth 3:10 and I0J a.m.
Wsriem. 7 D.U1.
habbath ticuool, 'J p.m. '
Hen Ice everyday, 8 a.m. 1
ItKV. I. J. O'll.tl.LOlUN, Most. I
-T. JOSEPH'S t'lH'HCH. (German,) tor-j
ncr of aluut and Cross street".
Al.vn, etr.ry Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. iu.
Vespers, p. lo. I
Ma during week days, clock a. m. .
Kkv. O. HomuN, Priest.
HERMAN I.tJTIIKItANCIIUKCH-lSUi
street between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street. . , , ,
Preaching Sunday inoriiin at 10 o clock.
MtlibatU chool at 2 o'clock p. in.
ltr.v. llon'T. HelMO, Faster
VOUNC1 MEN'S CHRISTIAN AS.'oCIA
T10N. Regular meeting second Monday
each mouth at their room over Rockwell
S: Co's tK)0k store, Cominrrclal avenue.
Weekly l'ra) er meeting, 1 rlday, .1 p.m. at
the room. ,. ...
I,. W. Stillwf.ll. President.
tKCOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
(.'HUllClI.-CnnierSyraraore and lorn
am Strccta. I'ri-achlng babbatlt at 11
o'clock a. in. and :i o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church it connected with the Illinois
Association, by the First Missionary Bap
tist Church ol Cairo.
Ukv. Solomon Leonard, Pastor.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Hervlccs, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
fia'jbath School, lj p.m.
Clans meet at 3 p.m.
fclXOND FREE WILL BAPTIST Flf
Ifctith Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. 11 and a p. in.
Kcv. N. Kickh, I'aitor.
KIH:K WII.I. 11A1-I1ST IIOMK MISSION
SAUI1ATM SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
ami Cedar Street.
Sabbath School. II n.ra. ,,
KinsT FitEu Will haitist chuhch
-Cnrry'ii llarracks
hen fccn, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A- .J p. in.
Ukv. Wm. Kellky, Fattor.
FHtST MISSIONAUY UAPTIST CHUKCH.
-Cedar, between Muth and Tenth SM.
l'resrfiin? Sabbath, lul a.m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer mcctlns. Wednesday cven&itf. i
PreachlnA'riday eieiiln?.
Sabbath School, H p.m. John anllaxtcr
aud Mary Stephen.. Superintendent. i
KKV. T. J. Siioues, Pastor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHUUCH-Fourtcenth
Street, between Cedar and alnut. The
only IJaptUt church recognized by the Av
lociatlou.
hcrvlcci, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Krv.Jjcoii.lJiuiit.KY, I.Mdcr.
SECRET ORDERS.
THE 'MASONS.
CA1KO COMMANUEUY, NO. 13.-.iUtcd
Afu-mUy at the A ) lum M aisonlc Hall, Ort
and thtnl Mondays In each month.
JAUtU COUNCIL, No.it.-negul.ir (onvo.
cation at Masonic Hall, the iccond t rlday
in each month.
CA1KO CHAPTEU No. 71. Ketnitar Con
vocation at Mawmlc Hall, on the third
Tuetday ol every month,
CAIKO L01X1E, No. U07 V.& A. .M.-Kcgll.
lar Communications at Maionlc Hall, thu
econd and fourth Monday of each month.
THE ODU-FEIXOWS. ,
ALEXANUElt LOUUE, UUI-MeetJ In Odd
Fellows' Hall, in Artcr'a building, every
Tburwlay evening at 8 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
Governor Kichard .1. Ogle-by.
IJeutenant-Govcruor John Ulleveridgc.
Secretary of State Geowo H. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. K. l.lpplucott.
SUte Trea.urcr Caipor Uutz.
Attorney General .lames K. I.tlsall
Supt. Public Instruction-Newton llateman
CONOUEssMEN.
Senator Lyman Trumbull nud John A.
' Representative for the State-at-I.arge S.
k'n'eprewntatlve Tlilrteenth DUtrlct John
M. Crobt.
ME3IUEKS GENEKAI. ASSEMIII.Y.
"Kcprcscntatlvcs iu the M)th dl-trict.-John
H. Obcrly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
ew J. Inscnre. ,
Souator for the With district. Jcse A are.
COUNTY OFFICEUS.
cihcuit cour.T.
Judge D. J. llakcr, of Alexander.
State's Attorney Patrick 11. Pope.
Clerk K. 8. Yociira.
ShcrlfT-A. H. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Aei8or and Treasurer.
COUNTY COURT.
Judge F. llrosH. . , ,.
Asoclates J. E. McCrlto and 3. Marcbll
uui. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Goseman.
MUNICIPAL "OOVEUNMENT.
Mayor John M. Lanadcn.
Treasurer 11. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Hurnett.
Clerk Michael Howiey.
Marnhal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police MaL'Htnitcs-V. 1
nesfy.
Chief of Police L. 11. Myers.
SELECT COUNCIL.
JIayor John M. Lanidcn.
First Ward-P. G. Schuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fnurth Ward S. Staats Tavlor.
Clty-ftt-lJirgo W. P. Halllday and I).
Uurd.
CO.UtD OV ALDKltMCN.
Flwt Ward -James Kcarden, A. H. Saf-
lord, Iaao Avaliler.
Second Ward It. n. Cunningham, E. Hu
,ir. o. Stinccl. James Swaynu.
r,Cr, Ward Wm. Stratton. J. II. PhlllN.
Fourth Ward Jno. II. Robinson, G. II.
case, J. H. Meicau.
OA I DWELL WILL NOT BE A CAN
DIDATE FOR REELECTION.
ETC..
ETC., ETO.
throu doaler on arrival, and often before
arrival, who hold and control tho I up ply
ol pepper for thu country.
. -
Ir li wi'l the brevreti of rhlladelphln
prcduco 000,0001'arrolfl of malt liquor nn
nually, giving employment to nearly one
hundred ibouiand men, and consuming In
tho manufacture, a million and a half
builieli of burlcy of tho Vf uo of tl 10 per
liuthel.
.StvEitAL attempts to nmko b phange in
tho Richmond poitofllco wore imiuccciful,
and Miis Uettio Van Lw rcmant in quiet
pouciflon. Thu Mluouri 'Republican's' ! pitch from San Kranciico lays Washing
Washington special ttyt : ', ton tolcgrams reviving tho chargo that
The defeated Virginia politicians who ' finntnT c'in.rlv'i election was tainted
at Richmond uro now put to
their wits ends tu explain their
di'comfituro. A Voteribur paper mrnriit tnd indignation. Tholcglilaluro
In tho intereit of Senator Lewis en- , hi , e1ccteJ lh0 ,cnfttor had bribery
deavois to account in tho following man- . , . .
ncr for thu t.rciident's action. It sys charges before them at the time, but the
senato.wuicn nau a majority oi repretuuin'
TWEED nESIONB.
AluaHY N. Y., March S7. Wm. M.
Tweed sent to tho senate to-day his resig
nation as senator.
New Yobk, March 27. A speoial dii.
with hibcry, and that such is gcnoral tho
icntiment of tho people hero, excitos only
SPANISH TROOPS REVOLT AND
JOIN THE 1NSUROENT3.
the reappointment and conQrination uf
Mill Ilettlo Van Lew as poit-mlitreis of
I'.lchmoiid ought to havo been expected
when It is remombered what iallbful scr
vico (ho rendered Grant when ho was be
sieging Richmond. She established a
daily communication with him, and kept
him informed as to the progress of events
in tho confederate caplW), and then sba
sunt him flowers. Nosegay clipped in
hor garden In tho morning havo been
known to bo on his supper table at City
Point at night. When Richmond fell
Grant sent a trusted member of his staff
there with instructions to seo that her
property was protoctcd and her wants sup
plied. THE STATE CAPITOL.
COPPERAS CREEK DAM AN
VEST10AT1NO COMMITTEE
APPROPRIATIONS JOUR
NAL PUBLICATION
THE LAICEFRON-TKRS.
IN-
tives, nono of whom voted for Casserly,
indefinitely postponed tbo consideration
of tho whole matter moro than five years
"go.
AVamhnoto.v, March 27. It Is stated
to-day by soino of ex-Senator Caldwell'
frlsnds, that ho will not to a candidate le
fjre tho Kanius leglslatrre for re-election,
but will endeavor to name tho person lo
be olectcd, and back him up financially.
SECRETARY IiHLKNAT
Lcavca for Chicago to-day to Join Gen.
Sheridan In his tour of military inspection
of forts and outposts along the southwest
ern border, especially those in Texa next
to the Indian country. Ho expects to bo
absent about six weeks.
Tho president, accompanied by mem
bers of his family, left to-night for Now
York, to bo absent for two or three day.
MISCELLANEOUS .
Bross mid II. Shan
PHYSICIANS.
U. WARDNER, M. D.
Olllco and KeMdcnco 111 Commercial avc
line, (next door to tho Atheneum).
DR. B. 0. TAKER,
it-Hi ...nmi tlm iirsctlce ol his profession
u,m. nunet'Ial reference to the clcctrlca
treatment ol disease in all the new and im
.ZTa m.tl.n.U nf nimllciltlon.
in all cason of female complaint a lady
will bo iu attendance , , ,
OfflcoT 128 Commercial aunue, up utalm,
WILLIAM R. S3UTU, M. D.
wisinvunL Vis 01 Thirtennih strot
, te? WMtnuKton ayenue and Walnut .trott,
ice iMt3onniereiascnun(MH
0. W. DUNNINO. M. D.
OK8lDBK0E-ernMNInlh and WMnut t,
Koflteaeoiner Blxth atreet and
Offlee bourt-from .m, to U m., and P-m
It, 8. BUIOIIAM, M. D.
Hojaeopathlo Physician nud fiurgeon. Of
aueComerclal avenuo. Bosldeuce ou
TenUt street, three door west of C. it.
1fodfrr, 2-Jmd
Special Dispatch to the 5t. Louis Globe.
ririusoiiELD, Ills, March 26. Tho
houiu ibis morning was maiuly occuplod
in thu discussion of tbo bill tu authcriza
tho construction of n lock and dam on tbo
Illinois river at Copperas crock. Mr.
Johnston mado a long and laborod speech
In opposition lo tho measure, Ho In
dulged in a great deal of very Intern
parato language, and charged tho gover
nor and senator with having b'en in
CirSacod in an improper manner to sap
port the measure. Upon tbo voto being
taken thu bill was lost, merely for the rea
son that several friends of tho bill was ab
sent, who if they bad been prciont, could
have passed it. Tho discussion waxed
warm, and when tho debate was ended,
Mr. Rnuntrce moved to reconsider and
make tbo bill tho special order for next
Friday, which motion provulled.
Mr. Uborly ollercd k resolution as ioi-
ow, which was adopted:
Whereas, tho member ot mis nouse
from Rock Island county (Mr. Johnston),
n it speech made in tho houso Jiarcn o,
1873. chanted that tho covernor of tbo
stato has used improper means to influonco
tho general assembly to pais tno uiu ap
propriating $200,000 lo lmprovn the Illi
nois river, ana tnai improper mm auuon
oit means and Influences havo been used by
parties interested to induce members or
this house to support tbo said appropria
tion; thereforo,
Resolved, That a commlttco of fivo bo
appointed to investigate and report to this
bouse in regarit to mo irnwi oi imu
- hi i .
Tho chairman appointed .mossh. uucriy,
Hnwcs, Swan, Jones and McPherran us
such committoo. Of course nobody bo-
llovos that there is tha slightest partlclo ot
truth in tho allegations mado in regard to
improper means uiod for tho passugo of
this bill. It stands upon Its morlts, and
n proper consideration of those merits will
Insure us passage. ia cry uu-uriupwvu
Is only mado4o dolay action upon tha bill,
or to defeat it, ir possible ; but it will not
succeed. It pissed tha senate by a very
handsome majority, and whon there is a
lull house It sncti a wonuer suouiu nuj"
pen it will bo passed by that body and
become a law. ,
Sir. AVh t ne ntroduced ft bill wnicu
provides for tho daily publication of tho
lournals of tho general assembly which
shall ue iaia upon me ui vi uiciuuui.,
and when corrected, tu ho for the volumes
of Journals.
Thero was a nvoiy ngui in me uouso
on the notorious "Lako Front 9wlndlo."
Tho effort to repeal the act Is meeting
with but little opposition, axcopisucu as
tho railroad companies can command.
THE LATEST NEWS.
,
A Gorman squadron is to tail for
Spain, shortly.
John A. Collier, of Drimlngbampton,
Now York, is dead.
Tho gonoralttcket agents havo visited
tho president.
Hammond, tho noted revivalist, is
preaching t Donvor.
Tho Hartford nnd Erlo railroad com
pany is in bankruptcy.
Jno. A. Campbell Is tho now governor
of "Wyoming territory.
Tho Oraco Irving, unk oft' of Dux
hury, Massachusetts, will probably bo
raised.
Tho Liberal Itopublicans of St. Louis
will mnko no nominations for city ofll
con. Tho stonmor Messongor, afler being
fifty-six days leo-bound, 1ms arrived at
Milwaukee
Gov, Dix has refused to commuto tho
scutonco of Prohlich, tho Syracuse mur
derer. Execution to-day.
Ex-Qov. K. li. llnvos of Ohio, has
been nominated for assistant treasurer of
tho United State at Cincinnati.
A now horse disease ha appoared at
x-oriianu, nv., wnicn cituics a weaxnos
in tho knocs and legs of tho animal.
A cuto Yankee boy at Boston played
hanging, using a -vnoeiDarrow lor a piav
form. It was a perfectly successful opera
tion, a the lad was found dead after
ward,
RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY
THE UNITED MASONS DE
NOUNCING VANDER-BILT.
GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN
FORE THE SUPREME
COURT.
BE-
DON CARLOS.
Madrid, March 27. The Imparciel an
nounces that Don Carlo ha abdicated hi
claims to the Spanish throne in favor of
his son, under the regency of Don Al
phonro. Gon. Oabrlna Is appointed su
preme in command of the Carllst forces
In Spain.
Hatasa, March 27. The report hu
reached this city that throe detachment;
of troops, composed almost wholly of na-
tivos of this island, and which hitherto
havo been operating with tha Spanish
troops in tbo neighborhood of Manzanlclla,
have revolted and joined the Insurgents,
carrying off their commanding officer
with them.
"Wheat firm; limited demand; No 3 spring
$1 60; whlto spring. $1 05. Rye dull.
Barloy firm. Corn In moderato request
and firmer; mixed western C6)c, old in
store C4c; afloat C0JCCJc. Oats In fair
request; mixed woilern 4eg,50c; old black
4719c; old western mlxedln storo 6"Jc.
Coneo higher; closed strong. Sugar
steady; good demand. Molasses firmer.
Pork vory strong and higher; new ines
$10 25. Prime meat lGlCjc. Beef
toady and unchanged; mess 0llc; ex
tra 1213c. Cut meats fir hi; hams 11
12, shouldors CjQ'c; middle decidedly
firmer, moderato business; short clear 6
'Jc; April Oc; long clear 89e. Lard
firmer; western stoum 8 1-10.
For
RIVER NEWS.
Rise and Fall ot the River
It hour ending 3 p. m., March 27, 1873,
STATIONS.
Above
low
water
CRIME.
ARREST OF AN ALLEGED FOR-
UER OF RAILROAD CERTIFICATES.
SUSPENSION OF A NEW
BANK.
HAVEN
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC.
OEOKOE FRANCIS ThAIK.
New Vault, March 27. Georgo Fran
cis Train was in the supremo court to-day
on a writ of habeas corpus, and his coun
sel moved for his discharge on the ground
that when Mr. Train was originally in
dicted for circulating obsceno literature,
ho plead guilty, but nevertheless he was
not sentenced. It was shown to the court,
however, that the indlctmont was indorsed
not guilty, and tho caso was
turned over to tho criminal court
where it comes off to-morrow.
Nr.w York, March. 27. At a meeting
of the
UNITED MABONM
Last evening, resolutions wore pastod de
nouncing the nttempt of Vnnderbilt to de
prive tho in on at work on tbo Harlem
road of their right to tbo eight hour sys
tem. A committee wa appointed to wait
on tho Mayor and demand tho enforce
ment of tho eight hour law.
A number of tho journey mon
HORSE SllOERS STRUCK
Yesterday, owing to some differenco with
tho employer In reference to tho payment
of wage.
Tho journeyman
W0OO CARVER' UNION,
Consisting ot about 800 member, hold a
meeting last ovoning for tbo purpose of
strengthening their organization, with a
vlow of being prepared for any emergency
which might occur in caso of a general
strike. This union wilt inako no strike
unless the movemont becomos goneral.
At a privato mocting of the
OAS KEN
Hero last evening, tho eight hour question
was discussod. A striko will probably
take placo soon.
HANK SUSPENDED.
New Haven, March 27. Tbo tutpen
slon of tho banking houso of E. C. Scran
ton & Co., in this city, created qui to a stir.
Liabilities of firm placod at $150,000,
Scrnnton, managor, says the firm bold
enough securities to pay nil depositors.
1IAR11 HEIRS.
Portland, March 37. Tho Marr heirs
met hero yesterday, and formod an associ
ation called tho Marr Claim, Tho associ
atlon to prosecute their claims to tho cs
tato of Marr in Scotland, worth C0,.
000,000.
PERSONAL.
DIED.
Hartford, March 27. Hon. Jamoi
Dixon, United States senator from 1857 to
1805, dlod at bis residonce in this city,
this aftornoon. aged 58, of hoart dlseaso
Wamunqton, Maroh 27. The navy
department announce tho death of Rear
Admiral John 15, Montgorasry, at war
lisle, Pa.
CERTIFICATES FOBOED.
New York, March 27.-Phil Stanley,
charged with forging and altering Fort
Wayne, ToUdo and Vi abash certificates,
was brought into court to-day to furnish
bail. In dofault ol bail he was locked up.
Largo amount of privato correspondence
from Stanley has been sclr.od which it Is
bollovcd will lead to tho arreit and con
viction of porson implicated.
WEATHER REPORT.
Wasuinoton, March 27."Probabilitics--For
Gulf states Friday falling baromolcr,
rising teraporature,, southerly winds, In
creasing possibly brisk and partly cloudy
weatlier except on "Western Gulf coast,
where threatening and possibly rainy
weather is probable. For South Atlantic
states increasing southeasterly winds, fol
lowed by cloudy weather Friday night.
For Middle states falling barometer,
outhorly winds, partly cloudy and hazy
weather. For Now England rising ba
rometer Friday morning, but falling ba
romcter In tho evening, clear weather, light
winds, rising temperature. For the Ohio
valley southeast wind with cloudy
and threatening weather. For Lower
Lakes southerly winds, increasing to brisk,
falling barometor and cloudy weather. For
Upper Lakes falling baromotcr, fresh lo
high easterly winds, cloudy and rainy
weather. Winds will be south and south
west with clouds and rain from Southern
Lako Michigan to Missouri and Nebraska.
The storm contro will movo northeast over
"Wisconsin.
St. Paul
Fort Bent..
utnaha
Davenport
Leavenworth..
Keokuk
Cairo
St. Louis.......
Pittsburg
Cincinnati. ....
Louisville
Memphis
Ylcksburc ...
Shreveport ...
nasuvinc
New Orleans..
Little Bock...,
Fort Smith....
Changes.
ltl.c.j Fall.
Railroad Advertisements.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
100 Mile site Nhortent llonSc
TO CHICAGO
Eistitt-'XUeattie shortcut Ho at
TO ST-LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
HttOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CUANOE OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, illnpolls, Toledo.
Detroit, CltiTcIuiil, Niagara Full,
UuRalo, I'ltlshaiR, Wellington,
Ualtlmore, 'Philadelphia, NVw Vork.
Boston and all points east.
Mllwaaklf, JanMTllle, Hailtson.
LaCrosso, Bt. I'aal and all points north.
This la also tbo only direct rout to
Debater, Bloomirgton, HprinReM,
Tforla, Ctulncy, Keokuk,
nurlmiton, Hock Island, Ln SaIIo,
MfDJota, Dixon, Frreport,
Galena, Dubuque, Horn t'itj,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Eleirant Drawing Room Slocpine Ca"
On allNight Trains.
DIsge Checked to all Important points.
For tickets wi i information, apply to I. C, R.R
deDotit aim: on board tne trunait steamsr 1
tweeu Columbus and Cairo, and at tne prlnclnt
rnllroa I ticket offices throughout the south.
W. P. JOI1N-ON. Oen'l Fa". An't, Chicago.
A. Mticutu, Oen'l. Sup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL
'Gorged, jltlslng.
DAVID W. UARNETT.
observer Big. Scr. U. S. A.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th,
train will run as follow:
1S72
NORTHERN DIVISION.
FINANCIAL.
New York, March 27. M.ney scarce
and dear at 1-32; at 1-10 per diem. Gold
advanced from 15 to 1CJ; closing I-1C
A purchase of a whole million, half
offered by the treasury, by Jay Cooke &
Co., at 1C 33-100, it regarded as an intima
tion on tho April programme of Secretary
Richardson, a to reserve, Loans 217
per cent for carrying. Clearing 73 mil
lion. Treasury disbursements 08,000.
Custom receipts 608,000. Sterling In
harp demand at advanced rates; 8l5
for sixty days and 9J9 j 'gkt. Govern
ment ttrong and advanced JJ per cent
Stato bond dull. Stock dull.
Coupon Cs of -81, 21J : 6-20J of -02, 171;
of -04, 17J; or -05, 1H ; new ol -us, iu
of .07. 18 J; of 08, 17; now Os 14
10-40sl2J; currency cs, Hf.
MARKET REPORT.
w
Sr. Louia, March 27. Flour more ac-
tivo, but prices unchanged. Whorat
quiet, No 2 spring soft $1 3&; No 3 red
lalll OB(4l IV. uorn quiin, nu mneu
31J35c; white mixed 85jfuj36e. Uat
quiet anduncharigod,No 2 mixed 28J20c
ilarlev firm and buoyant. Rye dull 65
oyo. i'oric urm ana auvancing 910 "vio
10, D. S. meat strong and stlffor; clear
rib 7jc; clear Ides 7Io spot; clear rib el
lcr April 7Jcj shoulders sellor May CJc.
Bacon strong, eipeclally for future, clear
sides buyer May 9e; clear rib last half of
May 9c; jobbing lots shoulder 0J7c;clcar
rib 88jc. Lard quiet, firm and held a
littlo higher at 80 for round lots of prlrao
loam. Whiskey lowor 8637c. Cattlo
unchangod. IIog$-i C05; receipt 1,
000. CnicAOo, March 27. Flour steady and
unchanged. "Wheat weak; No 1 spring
$1 27J1 28Jcj No 2 $1 19; No 3 $l 10
1 10J7 Corn dull; No 2 mixod 80
308c cash; 34S34Jo May. Oat quiet;
No 2 25lo cash; 28o May. Rye quiet;
No 2 04jc. Barley firm; No 2 fall 80
81c; No3 C5CCc. Pork in good demand;
$14 75 cash; 115 May. Laed fain 8
cash; $8 1520 May. Bulk moats, coed
demand; shoulder 5lo bid; Bo askad;
L O 7!c; S R middle 7S7Jc; 8 O 7J
7jc. Bscon unchangod. Whiskey
teady, 87c.
MEiiruiu, March 27. Cotton quiet;
gaod ordinary lOJc; low midllng 17i18;
receipt 8 15; hlpment 9 84; tock
48 730. Flour quiet; common In fair do
mnd and advancing at 0507c. Oat
dull and lower at 4243o. liny dull at
24(aJ8c. Bran dull at 17c. Corn meal
lower at $2 65. Pork and lard quiet and
unchanged. Bulk meat steadier, should-
er C6Jc; aides 838e.
Nw Oilianb, March 37.--Corn easy
mlxod 59c; white 00c. Day dull prime
$23. Sugar dull.falr to prime 89;other
bran unchanged. Sterling 24 light par.
Nkw York, March 27.-Fiour ateady
ami In VAft'l demand for low sradas; super
tfi 000 60; common to gwd te 90A
7 CP: aood to choloa 7 85 ?! whltt.
wbsat .jttaM 69A10 60. Whiskey 92c.
Locisville, March 27. River rising ,
10 feot 7 inches in canal; 8 feet In Indian
chute ; 6 feit over rocks iu Kontucky
chute; 80 feet bridge spaco. Clear and
cool. Business lively. Arrived II miry
Probasco, LI. S. Turner, Charmer, from
Cincinnati; Arlington from Memphis ;
Jno. Means and barges from St. Ljuis;
Jno. Dippold, Lioness, A. J. Baker nnd
A. J. iilackman from Pittsburg. De
parted Arlington for Cincinnati: Pro
basco for Memphis; Hornet for Now Or
leans; Charmer for Evansville; Mountain
Belle, Dippold, Lioness, Baker and Block
mer for Pittsburg. Captain Shollcrass,
agent of tho underwriters, to-dny lelo
graphed to Cairo fur Dion Hill, and on his
arrival will proceed Immediately to tho
wreck of tho steamer Brill, sunk in tho
lower lock on Tuesday. Tho eutiro cabin
Is broken loose from hull and floated on".
Tho boat is not broken in two, but hor bog
chain aro badly broken. Sho Hes'in 3u
feot of wator, and it is imposslblo to raise
her. All passing boats that aro too large
to get through tho old leeks, must tako
tbo falls.
A telegram from tho Eckcrt says the
river is too high at Ilendorson to ratso tho
Collier, and that tho must abandon her I LATU,
till the water falls. . I
Vicksuuko, March 27. Down: Alaska, I
Tolls and Katie Up: Kount.-., Mohawk
and barges, May Lowrey and Ames. 1
Clear nnd cool. River falling.
St. Louis, March lo. Arrived: Harry
Johnson, Keokuk; Hollo Memphis, Mem
phis; Savannah, Davenport. Departed:
Excbango, Plt'.sbuig; Johnson, Keokuk;
Bon Accord, Mound City; Pike, Missouri
river; Coal Hill and Co won, Ohio river;
Symmes, Cairo. River falling slowly.
"U'enthor clear and warm.
Pittsdcro. March 27. Rivor falling
slowly, with 13 feot 7 Inches in tho chan
nel. Weather clear. No arrivals or de
partures except packets.
.a asiivillk, Juarcu zi. iiivcr rising.
10 feet on Uarpeth shoals. Weather fair
and cool. Arrived: F P Graccy, Cairo.
Departed: Tyrone and F P Gracey, Cairo;
John S Bransford, Upper Cumberland.
Little Rock, March 27. Clear and
pleasant. River rose 7 inches; is now 3
feot by the guago.
Evansville, March 27. Clear and
mild, with tne mercury at 25 to 40. Tho
river has rison 2 feot. Down: Silver
Tuerne, 1 1 p m; Bermuda, Mitchell, Bowl
ing Grcen,Morning Star and Mary Amcnt
Up: Grey Eagle, Indiana, Fayette and
Arkansas Cello. Business very actlvo.
New Orleans, March 27. Arrived:
Jno Kilgour, Louisvillo and Sam J Halo,
Clncinnrtl. Departed: C B Church,
Cincinnati. Cloudy and cool.
Cincinnati, March 27. River thirty
two feet nnd rising. Arrived: R W fckll
linger, Pittsburg; Arlington, Momphis;
Andes, Wheeling; "Warren ani barges
passed up from St Louis to Wheeling,
The Panther, Lion, Sam Miller, Aleck
McDonald, Sam Brown and Coal City
with coal from Pittsburg, paisod down
for Louisville. Weather cloudy and
warmer.
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a HO 0 EBTZS ,
PROVISIONS K T C.
No. 110
Onio Lavit
Oaibo, Iu.
nts:amuiiatss.
bXYuOANDPAbubAU'
SI A II. -UUAT.
The splendid steamer
SCRAPS.
Donaldson, an eoronnut, is witting.
Ho mado a balloon assenslon on Monday
afternoon, and has not been heard of
since.
Chicago, Milwaukee and other
Northern cities all report heavy snow
storms. Wlntor is yet reposing in tho lap
of spring.
"Not cutlty" was what John Savsgo,
Jr., said whon be was arraignod on tho
chargo of embezzling tho funds of tho
l.cdmoro JJantf.
Dos Passes, counsel for Stokes, wants
to show why his client should not go freo.
Tho court has taken tho casu undor advisement.
"Waihineton ha been informod by
telegraph that C'ochiz and two thousand
braves aro upon tnoir reservation, uoou
littlo Indian boys.
Dantol Drew will havo to answer Mr,
Boody's complaint for $0,030,000 a tho
supremo court of Kew xorlc has denied
tno motion to aimiss.
John and Androw Keddie, two Scotch
emigrants, havo been arrestod at Boston,
charged with tho commission of serious
frauds at Edinburg.
Tho mill of the American Powder
company at Acton. Massachusetts, blew
up on Monday, killing two men outright
and soriflusly injuring two others.
A military commission has been ap
pointed bv the secretary of war to inquire
into and report upon tho practicability of
bridging, consistently with the interest of.
navigation, tno channel between A.SK0
Huron and Erie, at such point a may
bo doomed necessary for psislng railroad
trains across said channel.
MxcnANicAL tinkerlmr cannot arrest
the decomposition or the teeth. Nothing
will do this but that pure disinfectant and
preservative which, under tbo nam of
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PROSPECTUS FOR 1873.-SLXTH YEAR
THE A L DINE,
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than doublo tho past year; provlnz that the
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demonstrated, havo exerted themselves to
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work; and tho plaus lor tho coining year,
as unfolded by tho month ly Iasuiis, will as
tonlsh and delight eve n tbo most sanguine
friends ol the Aldluc.
The Aldluo will reproduce examples oi
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