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JOHN II. OBEliLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY. MARCH 29, 1373.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
I'llEfillYTKKIAN Klifct'j Street.
Preaching, Habbatlisat 10 n.m. and 7) p.m
Prayer meeting. Wednesday nt 71 1). m.
.lalibath School, il p.m. J. M. Lansdcn, Su
pcrlntcmlcnt. JtKV. II. Tiiaykii, Pastor
lKTHODIST.-Cor. Klghth and Walnut SK.
Preaching, Hubbntli at 101 a.m., and 7 p. in
I'raycr meeting, Wednesday," p.m.
Habbath Bchool, .'I. p.m. I,. W. htillwcll,
tiupcriiitciidriit. Hkv. F. I.. Tiiomiwi.v,
OHIJItCH 01' THK ItCDKKMKUHi-'plico-ial.)
Morning prayers. Habbath 101 A.m.
Kveidng prayer, 71 p.m.
.abbuth School, !. in.
Hkv. K. loan, i:clor.
sJT. PATlllCK't) CllllitCII Ninth fct. and
V UMilngton Avciiiiu.
Public service, Sabbath b:10 ami 10J a.m.
ffpciT, 7 p.m.
att3tli School, 2 p.m.
funlco every d.tv, 8 a.m.
I!i:v. 1 .). O'llAl.t.oitA.v, I'llcct.
T. JOKIM'll'H Cllt'Itr;ll.-(Oertnan,) (.or-
Iter of Wullitll mid Ciuai ftreet".
Mrw, every bahballi at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vi fpi.-in, a p. in.
Mass during' week da), H o'clock a. in.
Hi:v. Hoffman, Priest.
0 HUMAN I.UTHKltANl Hl'ItCH-Plth
street between Washington Avenue oml
1'fcacblng Sunday morning at 10 o'clock,
iabbath r-ehool at 'J o'clock p. lu.
Hkv. Hon'r. Hkmii.i, Pastor.
101, NO MKN'd (.I1UISTIAN ASSOCIA
'HON'. Itogular uietlng second Monday
rarh month at tlielr room oer Itockwell
A ( o' book store, Coiniiiorrt.il avenue.
Weekly l'rayer uicctili, Friday, 7J-p.tn. at
I.. W.ST1LI.WI.I.I.. President.
m:cond .mihhionahv haitist
ilLIIiJll. Corner Sveaniom and Forty-
first htrertf. Preaching .Sabbath at II
o'clock ii. in. and tl o'clock p. m.
Sunday hcliool I o'clock p. in.
The church Is connected with the Illinois
Association, hy the 1'ir't Missionary Hap-
list Church ot Cairo.
Hkv. Soiaimm.v Leoxaiid, Pastor.
AFKICAN' .Miri'IlODIST. Fourteenth, be
tween Wulnut and Cedar.
Service)-, .Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sa'jbath School, 1 p.m.
Cla's meets at 3 p.m.
bKCONI) KHKi: WILL IIAPTIST'-I'lf-
ttenth Street., between Walnut aud Ccdjr.
.services abbalb, 1) and 3 p. in.
Hcv. N. Hicks, Pator.
KHKK WII.I. IIAPH.-JT HOMi: .MISSION
.SAllllATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar MrceU
DKSTMJOTIVE FIKB IN AVYO
sabbath School. U a.m.
rTWsT I'ltKL' WII.I. HAPTJisT ClIUHCH
berates, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A 7i p. in.
Hr.V. Wi. hKLLKV, Pastor.
Filial' MISSIONARY H APT 1ST CTICHCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth Sis.
Preaching Sabbath, 10J a.m. aud 7$ p.m.
l'rayer meeting, Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday uvcnln.
tiabbath .School, 1) p.m. .lohn Vanllaxter
aud -Mary Stephen. SupcrlntdtidenH.
Hkv. T. J. biiuitnt), l'ator.
OIX'OND HAl'TIST CIIUHCII-Fourteenth
btrcct. between Cedar and Walnut. The
ouly llaptM church recognized by tin; A.
5cnlcei, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Hkv. J a con liit.un.r.v, Klder.
( A1HO COMJIANOKHV, -No. 13. Staled
Aeiubly at the A)lum Masonic Halt, tir.t
and third ilondays In each month.
JA1HO COl'NCII., No.t!!. Hegular Convo-
ratlin at .Masonic Hall, the ecotld Friday
In each mouth.
CAIHO C11A1TKH No. 71. Hegular Con-
vocation at .Mawjnlc Hall, on the third
Tuctdayut every monUi,
CAIHO l.ODOK, No. 'i!7 I". & A. M.-Htu-
IttT Comiuunlciitlon. at .Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth .Momlaj n of each mouth.
AI.EXANUKH I.OUOK, JlecU In Odd
Fellows' Hall, In Artcr'n bulldlUK, ccr
Thurday evening nt 8 o'clock.
Oovernor l'.Ichard .1. Oylesby.
Llcutenant-Uoveruor .lohn I.. Itcverldh'e.
tccretaryof State Oeoruo II. Harlow.
Auditor of State 0. H. I.lpplucott.
SUto Treasurer Caper Hut.
Attorney Oeneral .lame K. IMsall
Supt. Public Instruction-Newton llateman
Senator I.yuian Truuibull uud John A.
iieprefcutatlv o for the Statc-at-Largc S.
Heprcseutatlve Thirteenth Ulitrlct .lohn
MKMJ1KHS OKNUHAI. AS5K.MIILY.
Hepre'cntatlvet lu the Wth illstrlct.r
lohn II. Oberly, Wiu. A. Lemma and ilath
ew .1. Inscore.
Senator for the With dlttilct. .lee Ware.
Judge V. J. llaker, of Alexander.
State's Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk H. S. Yocum.
Shcritr-A. II. In-lii.
Win, Martin Asseesor and Treasurer.
COUNT v couur.
Judge F. llross.
Associates.!. K. McCrlte aud S. Marchil-
Clerk .Tacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Uosfiuan.
M UN I CI PA I. "(10 VF.I IN11 HNT.
Mayor .lohn M. I.unadcu.
Treasurer It. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller H. A. lluruett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marnhal Androw Cain.
Attorney P. II. Popo.
Police Masl.trten V. llross and II. Sl.ni
Chief of Police L. II. Myers.
Mayor John M. Lanndcii.
Flrt AYard-P. (. Schuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward a. Slaats Tavlor.
Clty-at-Largc W. 1'. Halllday md 1).
UOAUD 01' AI.Dr.lt.MKN.
First Ward -.Tames Hcardcn, A. 11, Sar.
lord, iMiao Waldcr.
Second Ward-H. II. Cunningham, k. Uu
der, ). Staneol, James Swayne.
Third Ward-Win. Stratum, J. it. fiiUIIh,
Fourth Wnrd-Jno. 11. ltoblmon, o. II.
easo, .1. II. Metcalf.
U, WAHDNEH, M. D.
Olllce and llesidcuco 111 Conimerclal ac
uue, (noxt door to tho Atlicncuni).
J)I. JJ. 0. TABER,
Will rcsumo the practice ol UU profession
wltli especial referenco to tho uloctrlca
treatmont ol dlncascs in all tho new aud lm
In all canes of female complaints a lady
will bo In attendance. ,
OUlcc, 128Comniorclal avenue, tip ttalw.
WILLIAM 11. BM1TH, M. D.
IJESIDENCK-No. 21 Thlrtnth itwt. h
IX twean WaihuiRlon avenu and Walnut liot.
illflce IzaCommercUl avonux, up ttalrs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
O EBIDENOK oornerNlnth and Walnut nU,
JjiOfflco-ooiner-Blxth stroet and Ohio loree.
Offloahourt-rrom a.m. to la ru., and 8 p.ru
It. B. UKHUIAM, M. 1).,
llomeopathlo PbyBlclnn and urgcon. Of
ilea 130 Commercial avenue. Kealdcnco on
Tenth street, throo doors west of C. 11.
EXECUTION OK TWO
COKONKItS INQIlliar KS THI!
LoUisvillk, March 28. Thos. Smith
was hung to day for klllllie; Jos. Ilrodun
In May, 1B71, twolvu tnilui below this city.
IIh penisted in niiriing that iio was In
nocent, nven in his prayers on tho scuf
fold, till told to itand under tho trap
when ho guvo way and confessed his guilt.
Tho execution took placa on un ojien
coinmotii, south of tlio city. 1'robi
bly 7,()Oo pfojilo wero jin-ienl. His neck
wai diilocal'! liy the fall, llo did not
struggle much, nml convulilvo ti'iveincnts
corned in four inlnutu, and Jcath urnui.U
in tlx minutes. The boJy was cut down
ht tlm end of twenty minute. Kinltli a
it de'purat') character, and tho murder
was cold blooded and for robbery, though
tho murderer got but u small amount.
Tho murdered man's widow o ul tlm
execution In n carriage nod wltnited tho
vntiro icene. Smith labored under hih
uxcltemcnt on tho iculTold, and at the last
begged fur a little moro time. Ho hd
mado many Misstatements in legard to
different penoni conntcted with tho trial,
hit which ho retracted. 'This was tho first
execution hero for three years.
At.exA.vnr.iA Va., March 2S. Charles
Manly colored, connected with tl6 murder
of an old white roan named Monroe, in
Ouer.vNK, March 28. A Ur.t broke out
, about !i o'clock this morning in May &
Houghton's stable, corner Eighteenth and
Kddy rlrects. Tho wind was high, and it
rapidly spread, lurning all houses at thu
i west lido of Kddy street, between S.iven
toeth and Klghteeulli etreots, mid all, but
one, on Hovintcenth betwon Kddy aud
Holmes streot. Tho Oheynno I.iadur es
timatos tho lots $50,000. A innn.wai nr-
. rested to-day mppofod to bo tho incendU
Pout Hohk, Ont., .March 23. An ftcci-
dent occurrod to tho mail train ol tho
: Midland railroad. As tho trnin ap
' proached Orllla, the rear car broko tho
coupling and turned over down an em
bank men t. Six potiengors wcrti injured.
Dr. Denver and Mr. Davis of Oj-donburg,
Xw York, seriously injutiil about tho
head and face. Mr. l'rciton Mannern
badly cut. Accident caused ly a broken
HAMMOND, THE HEVI VALItJT,
SUCCF.-S IN" DEN V EH.
KTO, UTO.,' KTO.,
Desvek, Col., March 28. A great r'-ll-giotis.
revival has been in jirogiistin Den
ver for the past two weeks, under the di
rection of E. I. Hammond. Several bun-
IIAHSCM s MIOW.
N'mv YnitK, March '23. Uaruuin has
rccovcicd from tho ashes of his third do
structivo conflagration, and to-day pa
raded tho street of the city with a new
show, two miles in length. Great crowds
gathered to witness the display.
CA11LISTS MAKING 1'IIEI'AIIA.
TIONS FOll AN EXTEN
THEY HKl'UI.SE 'THE GOVKI'.N
MENT THOOPS AT DHON
OI.LEItS AFTEH A SK-VEKESK1HMI.SII.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
dred conversions have peen made. At tho
July last, was hung at noon, in presence j rerjuet of a prominent sporting man, Uo
of a larg'j concourso of psoiila. Tho I hundred tickets wero dlttrlbnted yeiter-
roofs of homes in the vicinity, the steeples day among the gamblers, saloon-keepers,
and all promlnont places wuro crowded, and prostitutes. Many attended the meet
The drop foil at twenty minutes of 1 ing last evening, oc:upying ro
o'cioclr, and tho body hung about twenty (erved seats. Five or six of this
mlnutos. Manly roadu a very short I class arose for prayor. Committees are
speech attributing his fato to whisky. Ho visiting all tho tnloons, homes of proitltu
met d'iath with great eomposuro. Several Uon, etc, to-day, praying with tho in
colored preachers attended the doomed ! ,lmtcs nIKi mviting them to tho meetings.
ma"- They nro received with respectful atten-
COitoNi:i;h 1.V0.TERT. ! tionl Six prisoners in tho jail, aro said to
NkwYoiik, March 2b. Tho coroner's I be umler deep conviction, and prayer
inquest In the case of Goodrich, began in , meetings are hold in tho Jail every incrn
Hrookly this afuraoon. Several wltncfies Ing. . Th InOuenco of the moctlngi arc
s-roon tno nana, imi tuus ift. no blcg j titer ding to profrsjionel and business
new lias liecn elicited. UHtrict Attorney
Hritlon expressca tho belief that thu wo.
man arretted lait night, Mr. Myers, If
sbo did not commit the murder herself,
knowes all about it. bho admitted that
Goodrich paid her rent for her, and in fnct
supported licr. Prof. Hoyladocs not think
this is the woman ho frequently saw with
Goodrich. Tho mother of Mrs. .Myers is
an honest and respectable woman. She
greatly laments her daughter's arrest, and
says shu was an honest nnd good girl, and
tho main support of tho family. Sho said
her daughter scarcely ever wont out of
evening. Sho might havo been out sctno
evenings last week, but always como homo
by 10 o'clock. Sho frequently recelvid
letters, but never mentioned tho contents-
Das l'd'so", counsel for Stokes, mado
application to Judge llrady to-day to
amond tho judgement record of Stokes'
flrst trial, by inserting facts of absence) of
tho judgo and prisoner during n portion
St. I.oims, March 28. .1. Uolnndcr was
arrested hero to-day charged with obtain
ing under falso protcnto several thousand
dollars worth of Joworly from Husch &
Iiafperu, of New York.
0. M. Ward was nirested to-day for
murderous assault on ids wife. Ho frac
tured her skull and beat her in n most
George Orynn, a negro, was hanged by
ii mob in Chlllicothe, Missouri, Wednes
day, for committing a rapo on MI1 Fiske,
highly estimablo young lady,-living tibout
'JO miles from that place
Cuicauo, March 2S. Yesterday in Lo
mine, Adams County, Illinois, Mrs, An
nie Adair was arrested on the charge of
roiSONKI) II KH IIUbll.VNI),
Who died suddonly in July last, uud with
whom sho had lived unhappily. Tho
body of Adair has been exhumed and tho
stomach will bo examined by u cbouiist.
A dispatch recoived yestorduy nn
nounces tho arrest in Montreal of Morri
son, a former porter of tho Mathoson
Housq in this city, who is charged with
having ii satchel with $i,000 worth of
jewelry, stolon from an agent of E. L.
Cox & Co., of Nowark, N. J., a few woeks
since. Tho jowolry whs not recovered,
There is Dome excitement in Spring
llold, Illinois, over tho sudden mysterious
doath of n woman named Kato Francis.
Thero bolng suspicion that sho win mur
dered by ono I.uterlx, who passed tho
night of that day boforo hor death with
her, ami who is bolloved to lmvo boou her
husband. I.uterlx has boon arrested.
rain. For New York and Now England
south nnd oast winds, with threatening
and rainy weather. Cautionary signals
ordered for Wilmington, Norfolk and
JIANK OK ENOLANI).
I.osuo.v, March 23. Edwin Noyej, an
American rharged with being implicated
in the frauds on tho Hank of England,
was nguln brought boforo tho Lord Mayor
to-day f. r examination. Among tho wit
nesses examined was the manager of tho
Continental, who, upon being showed tho
photograph of llldwll, ideutlfled him as
the party who opened an account with
that Institution, under tho name of Hoi
ton. Tho manngcr aluo gave delniU of
fovoral extensive transactions had with
tho bank by nidwell. Tho examination
ro.u. miner's STniKE.
Two thousand Ave hundred coal minors
in Bolton, F&rnsworth's district, havo
Tho Carllst commltteo in tills city pub
lish a denial of the reports that Don Car
los has gono to Geneva, or has abdicatod
his claims to tho throno of Spain. The
commltteo say that Don Carlos is actively
preparing for tho advanco of his army
upon Madrid, nnd will head his troops on
a dny fixed for movoment.
Thero has boon sovoro lighting in Spain,
in which tho Corlists claim an Important
victory. Tho government troops ro
treatcd at Gonollers much demoralized,
whore they wero captured by Salmlls.
Nkw Youk, March 28. The money
market worked vory close to-day fit 1-32
fl-22 per diem. Forolgn exchanges dull
and lower 7 15-1C8J. Gold strong rang
Ing 1CJ01CJ; closing 1CJ1CJ. Loans
27 por cont forcarrylng. Cloaringi CC,
(.00,600. Treasury disbursements 01,000,
Governmonts about an eighth lower, but
strong. Stato bonds dull nnd steady.
Stocks generally dull.
Coupon Cs of '81, 20; &-20s of 02, 17;
do of '01, 17J; doof'Oa, 18J; new of 'CAj
leg; do of '07, 18j do of 'CD 17; new d
10J; 10-40s I2j. Currency Cs, 14.
Sr. J.oum, March 28. Flour in fair de
mand and unchanged. "Wheat dull; No 2
sprini; regular $V 211 22; do soft $1 33;
No 3 red fall U C0(ryl 08; No 2 51 8JC9
1 90; common firm and unchanged; No 2
mixed S5(Tr)l2. Oats quiet and unchanged;
No 2 mixed 2aj,29c. Harlcy firm and
vory quiet. Hyo dull and offered at 70
OSo bid. l'ork firm and advancing at
fit. 7S1C; U.S. meats stiff; loose should
ers OJc; clear sides teller April "Jc- Hacon
excited and hlcbershouldors 7c clear rib;
Oc clear sides; clear sides tellor July )0Jc.
l.ard prime steam up in tho country ic.
Whisky dull, 8Cc offered for round lots.
Hogs activo, at J I C05 20; recolpts 17 00
Chicago, March 28. Flour quiet.
Wheat dull; No 1 sprim: 51 28; No 2
$1 10 cash; $1 2:)1 24 J May. Corn
quiet; Ao 2 mixed IfOjc cash. 3431c
May. Oats quiet; so 2 as(a)2oic; regu
lar 2127c cash, llye sloady; No I Cic;
regular CCc. Barloy dull; No 2 fall 7o
SOr, No ft CG(c7c. Provisions firm.
Pork active, u as April; tia iu Jioy.
Lard in fair demand and advanced, e-
peclallyfor casl; iH 10 quotable; 53 K
$8 'it May. liulk meals active; shoulilers
oic freely bid; r,jc generally uskcu; t u
SlffiSIs: I. O 8c. Hacon steady; shoul
ders 7c; sides 'JgiC. Whiskey steady,
New Yobk, March IS. Flour moro
active and steady at $' 90$0 CO; com
mon to good JC 'J0(ii)i i0, ixooa to choice
ii iifa'iB bo: white wneat a b aowjio-
60. Woiikey dull at t)0c. Wheal un
changed; choice whlto western $2 20
$2 20; .No 2 Chicago spring and nortn
west $1 COfiSl CI. Ilarloy Arm. Corn
opened steady and closed slightly in buy
ers favor; new mixed western 00(a,67c, old
iilloat CCjc; in store C-lJCic; white west
ern. Outs steady nnd unchanged; new
western 48 1.1c; now. black 4 7 I Hr, old
western 11 a. Coffee in good demand and
firm, Sui ur quiet and Urin. Molasses
tlrm. rcric urmer ana iiutot; new mess
51C$10 25; primo :.r.jlCc. llecf dull
now mess utc; exiruujc. iui meats utm
bims in pickle 12c; thouldors OJc; middles
in good demand and firmer, long nnd
short clear 8j9c. Lard ucuk; western
steam 8Jc; kettlo to Juno 859l,c.
Nkw Oni.KANf, March 28. Flour dull,
XXX 8 50- family U C311. Corn
easier, mixed !3c; white and yellow COc.
Oats 42J44c. Hrun ;2c. Uay dull,
prime $23. l'ork quiet, firm, mess held
$17. Dry rait meats firm C8jc. Hacon
firmer 7J9J10; hams l4lflc. Lard
firm, t'orco refined $3 7S; Uvg $'.) 7C10.
Sugar dull, yellow clarified 9JleJo. Mo
lasses very dull, good, fermenting 41c.
"Whisky dull 8995c. CuhVo II Jc.
CiiiCAiio, March 23. Cattle receipts
n,20G; fairly activo and prices steady,
though sales not so largo ns yesterday;
middling stoors sold ? 4 75(R5; gWj, well
fattened sloers $5 255 00; chuico S5 75
0 40 and oxtra lot brougct 50 80. Corn
fed Texans ranged $1 23o 21; feeders
$5 255 e5.
Hlsc and Fall ol the Klvers
For2 hours endliig " 1'. m., March 2j, 187:1.
mado to Loulivllloi Sam Clarko, 1118,000
hushols; Sam Parker, 110,000; Sampson
No. 2, .100,000; total, 1134,000. Other
stontiiura will depart to-morrow.
Louisville, Ky,, March 22. Klvor
rising rapidly, 10 inches in.tho last 21
hours; 12 feet in canal; 10 foot In Indian
chute; 0 feet in Kentucky chute; 78J feet
bridge spaco : raining." Arrived Ca
molln, old lock, Tonnessca Kivor; 3Ics
senger, K. II, Durfec, St. Louis; Ed.
Hotl, Hadger. Tigrrjs, Packer, Sam
Hrown, l'ittshurgh. Departed Camclia,
Cincinnati; Durfco, Jlesjcngnr, PitH
burgh; HolI, Ht. Louis. All beats ex
cept tho Catnclia took the falls.
Tho Countois Guriccloll Is desd at
Mr. Tom Hooil is about tn visit sfto
Unttod States on a lecturing tour.
Major Stephen A. "Webb, formorly ol
the regular nrmy, ton of tho lato General
Webb of tho revolutionary army, died at
Jacksonville, Fla., on tho 11th lust.
Only ono vice poesidonl, now senator,
Hamlin, Chief Justice Clinic, Senator
Cumeron, Judgo IHair and Gideon "Well
remain of thoso who cntored into the ad
ministration with President Lincoln in
18GI. In tho supremo court Judgo Clif
ford romaliis of thoso who wore mi tho
tho bench in 18G1, Mr. Nelson huvlni; re
tired. Sumner, Cameron, Anthony, Ham
lin and Chandler nro tho only senators
who wcru iu the thirty-sixth congress, nud
oxcoptlng Vlco President Wilson, tho
only member of tho senate now in public
Peter Henderson, in tho Agriculturist.
in allusion to tho fact that nil thu rood
qualities of fragrance, beauty, hardiness
and constant blootnlni:, aro not to bo
found in one rose, quotes tho words of
n German neighbor, who camo to him in
crcat irritation and said. "1 have so much
droublo with de ladles when day como
to ' buy mino rose; day want him
hurdy, dey wants him doubles, dey wants
him mondly, dey wants him frngrnnd, dey
wants him nice goulor, doy wants him ov-
erydings in cone roe. I have lomedlmos
saytodat ladies: Madame, I never often
tee dat ladies dat v,-a beautiful' tint was
rich, dat was good tembor, dat war clevor,
at w.n berfection in onj ladies; I sees
her much not.
! Foreign Advertisements.
Happy relief lor young men from tho ef
fect of error and ahuc lu early Hie.
Manhood restored. Impediment.1 lo mar
, rlago removed. New liiclhoiU ol trratnionf.
, New and remarkable remedies. ltooK and
circulars f cut free, In scaled envelopes.
Addrc, Howard A0ei.ition, No. 2 .oillh
i Ninth street, Philadelphia, I'.i, an lii'tltu
! Hon havliiir.-t hl?ii reputallr.u lorhr noraM'1
conduct and profustlonal kdl.
NEVE 11 KNOWN TO FAIL
Fort Jtcnloii. .
DAVID W. IIAHNHTT.
xlenor Bit'. .Ser. IJ. S. A.
8 If III) ISK DKAT1I,
Dai.timoiie, March 28. John Thomp
son Mason, socrotnry of this slato, died
sudlenly this ovoning at Elkton. Mary
land, Judge Mason was engaged in trv- winds and cloudy woalhor,
Ing acaso in court during tho furonson, ' Atlantic states easterly winds, with olouds
uu I was in usual good health nt tho dlu- and rain. For Middle Atlantic coast
nertuhlu. He was uttackod with parnly- ,0uthorly winds, tacking to northeasterly
sis, Wth threatening weatlior and possibly
Washington, March 28-.l,robabllltles
Btorm centre in Wisconsin movos to
night northeast and ou Saturday nofth
castword. Ovor Canada southerly winds
veering to brisk southwest. Over Lowor
Lakes and Ohio valley contlnuod rain,
clearing away In latter region during Sat
urday morning, and fresh to high north
wostorly winks will provnil. Ovnr Upper
Lakes and Lowor Missouri valley south
and west winds with cloudy weather will
prevail. In Eastorn Gulf states wostorly
Cincinnati, March 28. Kiver 38 foot
nnd rising, Departed: Lawruiieu Nash
ville; Andes, Wheeling. Weather cloudy
Memi'IUP, March 28. Warm mid rainy.
Elver rising slowly. Arrived: Legul Ten
der, White' river; Pat Kogors, Cincinnutti.
Departed; Mary Houston, Nick I.cng
worth, Now Orleaui; Colorado and Emma
O Elliott, St Louis; City of Holeiiu, Vicks
burg; Glasgow, Cairo,
St. Luuik, March 17. Artived: Hor
tram, Keokuk; City of Vicksburg, Vicks
burg; WJ Lovis,"MompliN; .loo Klnnoy,
Qed rivor; Esporanzr, .Memphis. De
parted: New Huston, l'oorla; Mnrblo City,
Vieklburg; Hertrani, Keokuk; Glencoe,
Now Orleans. River falling slowly.
Weather clear and vtarin.
Little Rock, March 28. Light rain
this ovoning, now clear and warm. Ar
rived: Jennie Howoll, Now Orleans.
Naraville, March 28. Rivor rising
slowly; 11 foot on llurpoth Slihals.
Wcathor cloudy and windy. Arrived:
Eddyvill( Uppor Cumberland; Little
Condor, Kanawha; Hello Vernon, Mom
phis. Departed: Little Condor,
Kanawha; liollo Vernon, Cincinnati; Aid,
Carry Fork; Ella Huglun, Upper Cumber
'nd. , , ,
Eyanhville, March 28. Cloudy and
mild, with ruin; mercury 11 to 60. River
has rlscd 1 foot. Down: Sum Roberts,
nt midnight; II 0 Turner, 11 n.m.; Mary
Amonl, 2ji.ni.; Charnior, 6 p.m.; Tarascou
Up. GhflPiUodiiian, 8 n.m ; l-ajotto, !i a.m.;
Qulckstop. Foarless an.l bargei", 6 p.na.
PiTTSiiuno, March 28,Tho rivor is
falline; 11 foot 7 Inches In tho channel.
A heavy rain has fallen this ovoning.
Departed Carrie Brooks, Whoolinfc;
Oranlta Stato, Portsmouth. No arrivals.
Tho following tblpmenti of con) have been
Mrs. Smidklns says her hutband
tlireo hinded man right baud, left hand,
and a little behind hand.
"No Catharine," said Patrick to hi
wife, "you nover catch n falsehood coming
out of my mouth." "You may well t ay
that,'1 replied Kate; "they 11 y out so fust
that no body can catch 'cm."
Two ccntlemon pa'sinc n blackberry-
bush, whun the fruit was unripe, ono said
11 was remcuiou. to call lliem blatklicr
rles, whon tlioy wero roil. "Dont you
know," said his friend, "that blackborrlct
nronlways red when they are green."
It is understood that tho lloHon
Peace society has sent outn commissioner
to convlnco tho Indian chief, dipt. Jack,
that ho can m'ako much moro by coming
East on a lecturing tour than by whipping
United States troops In Orcgnn.
Tho man who set up nil night weigh
ing a ton of coal with a pair of steel-yards
and by tho pailful to seo thit ho hud full
woight, thought ho was uhcad n fow
pounds whon ho remembered that ho had
not deducted tho woight of tho mil.
An Iowa father lately flogged his
twonty-ono year old daughter bo severely
that sho carried tho stripes for a fortnight,
and tho neighbors told him ho mustn't do
so any moro, or they would give him n
free pas? to tho "Innuinerablo tnenagerio
that moves," etc.
A WOMAN J)EXOI?2?CtiS UNCLE
From the San Fiancico Bulletin.
A fomalo argonaut of fenrful vitality, n
tall and oxtroinely ugly female, called at
tho pojt-olllco yestordny, tendered ninety
nine coppors to tho urbano'clork, and
askod in lieu thereof thrco-ccnt stamps.
Tho official remarked that ho could only
rocolvo four coppers as n legal tender, and,
at the expense ot u deal of precious time,
endeavored to convlnco tho femalo that
ho was guided by curtain rules and
bad no latitude in tlio matter.
Sho waxed wroth, and remarked that
when lu tho course of human events it be
comes apparent that United States coin
was to bo rofuscd by a United SUt03 of
ficial, sho thought her forefather had died
in vain, nud considered it her duty to
bring tho government to nccount. Th"n
she priced tho corridor of tho post-olllco
until she had mado thirty-threo sepcrato
tondors of tho coppers iimf obtained thirty
threo threo-cent stamps. During her
transactions with tho clerl: sho gnvo him
much iWHolieltod advlci, nnd rdhi'i-wiso
contributing to thu enjoyment of n littlo
knot of spectators. Tho clerk acted tho
LOOK AT THK OIHiliAlll).
Dr. S. O Johnson furnishes tho
'Country Gontlcmaii' tho following
"It is taid that tho summer of 1873
ivilt In, irr.vitK- iirodllGtlvit tit uliidtMi) 10 dt.
sciise.4, und that tho cholera will luvudu us
iroui nit smos. on- it is a pruciuu oi
muuy people In thu northern states lu
IkiitiL nti tliwtr put I it 14 ftrlitl i In I li ii until mil
....... ....... - - -v ' I
leaving no ventilation aud no tdiauco tor
thu ellluvia arising iroui iiecuv i'ig vegeta
bles to iscapn, oxcoptlng through the
cracks In tho rooms above, U it any
wonder that scarlet favor, dlpthiirliv,
moasU'S and tmall-pox jiroviill '.' If thu
children nro sick nnd die, do not cull It n
dispensation of Providence, or lay tho
bluniu upon ibo cold win tor.-, but
look t thu colliiri1, friuii
wheuco tho troublo springs. If
there am any rotten fruits, bins of decay
ing potatoes, turnips, cabbiiL'usimsty bur
rein, and all manner of disagreeable, odors,
do not forget that they breed disease, and
do not wonder whonco tho scarlet
fuvor und moasles can como from ; but cet
to work and rout out all the foulness which
lies undor your foot. Tako tho barrels out
of doors, wash them nnd lot them dry;
bury in tho barnyard nil decaying matter.
Look to tho bcof and pork barrels; keep
them sweet and clean. Commencu tho
work In the morning when the sun shines
warm and bright; rornovo nil tho bank
ing, tako out tho window, throw open tho
hatchway, and let tho fresh air blow
through every part. Carry out ovciy
box, barrel uud movoablo thing, nnd
sweep tho bottom thoroughly ; and not
only tho bottom, but tho sides nnd rafters'
ou r i:.-i ri:ui'itiM-
MISSOURI STATE LOTTh-HY.
Lkoalikf-.d lltSTATK AUTrtOUITY AND
Drawn in Puiilic in St. Lcum.
Grand Single .Number Scliomo.
Clash (! ro ue Drawn .March 31, 1870
o.bho rrize!. Amounting to ?300,000.
son i'fiior. ii
B " nf .. 1,0.10
Ticket', fit Quarter
TlCKOU, 2 00.
Our lotteries r chfirtercd Ljr Ihft Hl-ilo, aro
slwaja ilrnwn it Hie lltuo numsil, nnJ all draw
lns aro under tlio suporslsion of sworn turn
Tho oBlU! dtawloK will bo Bnbtlslio.1 In the
.'t. IOiils I'sr"" xnd a copy of drawinj sent lo
Wo will ilrxw a simitar sch'tnr tho last dny of
erfry month ilurlnj tho y-r lnin.
ili!nltfttoiirrl.k l.jr postofHeo mnnoT nr.lor.
rij'Sioroo inter, man or xpresF,
ft-hil far oir-
Ml'Ur.AV, MI1.I.KK CO ,
HI. IOHV, ."rlO.
U RAND EST SC11 KM I", OF Til E All K
S 5 O O, O O O
$100,000 for onl3'810
Under the authority ol -peel.il oct nt
.March 10, 1871, the tni-tee aniiotiucu the
Third Grand Gilt Concert (or the benefit oi
the Public Library ol Kentucky, to conic oil
In the Publlo Library Hall n't Louisville,
TUESDAY, APKIL 8, 187:!.
At this conceit the best mimical talcu
that can bo procured from all part of thu
country will add pleasure lo the entei tain
mcnt, and Ten Thousand Cash (lift)', abro
gating a van total of Half a Million Dollars
currency will bo distributed by lot to tho
ticket-holder.'', n follow :
LIST OF CUTS'
Ono Giand Cah (ilft
One Grand C:ih flltl ,
Ono Grand Cash Girt
One Grand (Vh (lilt
One Gram! t'ah Gilt
Ono Grand Ga-hGlft
Ml Culi C.lltfof &t.(tl cacli
fit) Cash (ilfts of rvKTi-iieh
I WTt?Ti P iniTTl llftTlrntinr.
j. m no, X iiijrUJrj r U H JJflKS,
rou the rr.n.MA.VL'.T curtr; of
CHILLS AM) FBVKR, Dl'MH AUUC
OU A.N V r0lt.1I OF IXTEKMIT
Till: GREAT ESTIHSCO V K ft Y OF THE
There aro no li?o.ios no debilitating in
their effects upon tho constitution m the
above, and nnnti more dllllctilt to cure by
a'1,u.MiV,VT,1(! "f rrac,lcc' Tl' Fover anil
Affile- Powders win cllcct n euro In cafes ot
tho longest standing a wall naproro a pre
ventive lu t he forMlnrr Mimes or the diseased
lolne purely vogetafle. tRcy act Willi i cer
ta.my on the illsensp, totally eradicating It
n hy wasto your mouey and health In try
imr every inetlleliio you hear or, when
I houipspnN ! e cr and Ague Powders havo
never (allod to cure the Chills in any case.
REASONS WHV THBV ONLVbHOULU
Their reputation Ii cstabllshca. Thou
sands or tcfdimonhil havo been received.
Miowlng that these powders have pcrtorrafd
intrnplp In ruHt... a...... r ,.. " .
many of them considered hopeless.
. iiat in uu nK in i.iKing mem. ruey
contain nothing liilurlonn, and, thcrelore,
result of tho many nostrum of tho day.
l'hVUIplfina rmintiiiiiiin.l lt..m . . .... 1
, - .u....iii.iill mi ni un PlllJCJIUi lu
iiulnlno or ony other known remedy, lor
they leavo the nstom In a healthy state, and
tho patient beyond tho probability of a re-
llKW-AKK OF COUNTEIIFKITS The
fPtlllllltt !irn mil tm In imtni-n ! H.lal,
THOMPSON'S KEVElt AND AGUE I!OW.
I' stamped on the lid, aud the signature
ol 1 iio.mi-so.n ,t CiiAWFoitn 011 the wrapper.
.So others can possibly be genuine.
N) Cash (lilts ot
100 Cali Cllta or
l.'O Oali dirts of
MO l'a-h Clltiof
0.0( Ca-h Cltts of
too each.. .
".OU each . . .
two each.. .
KM each . . .
. . MI.OOO
Total, 10,000 Glft.1, all Cash foOO.OOO
To provide lnc.mj forthUmapnlllceiit con
cert One Hundred thousand Tickets onlv
will no Issued, a largo portion ot which nio
PitlCU OP TICKETS:
AVholo UekcH $10. halves $.", and rpiar
tors 2 W. Eleven whole tickets lor SdOO.
No discount on lu.s than loOonlers Noth
ing could lie more npiiropriato lor presents
than tickets to this Ilamiuct ol Wealth or
moro likely to produce (minder fatifaetory
results The object of this Tnlrd Gilt Con
cert Is tho enlargement and endowment ol
thu Public Library of Kentucky, which by
1110 special aci miuuiri.ini; 1110 v;ouccri lor
Its bcnctlt, Is to bo forever tree to nil citizens
01 every suite, inn loncen win no con
ducted llko thu tlr.it and second heretofore
given, and full particulars n! tho nindq of
drawing 1110 gins ami paying incm nmi oy
er) uiing necessary to n moroni-n under
standing ol the selicmo, from beginning to
end, aro now published in tho form of n cir
cular, which will bo furnished Irco ol cost to
any who apply. The entire management or
this undertaking has been committed by thu
trustees to Hon. Thus. E. Itramlettc, late
governor of Kentucky, to whom all commu
nications pertaining to thu Gilt Concert
should be addresad.
lt.T. DUItUETT, Prost.
V. N. HAI.DE.UAN, Vlce-Prcst.
.ISO. S. OA IN, Soc'v. Pub. Library of Ky.
FAKMEUS .V DROVEIts', HANK. Trcas.
As tho lino lor tho Concert Is closo at
hand (Ariril tith.) parties wantli tickets
shuuld scud lu their orders Immediately If
iney wouiu avoid uio ru-ii mm demy auto
lutely uuavoldnblo In tho lew days proceed
Ingtfio drawing. All orders nml applications
for agencies circulars and Information will
meet with prompt attention.
THO.S.E. illtA.MLKTTK, l.oill.-vlllo, Ky.
Agent Public Library, Ky.
DR. A. TRASK'S
ron the ecru: op
K II K U .AI ATI U
TunauKAT kxtcukal K itr.DV ror.
P. H E UM ATI S .M , N E U It A L -
G I A, Sl'U AINS, E TO.,
GOOD FOU J.t.V 01! MX A SI
This liniment has earned for itself n ronu-
tatlou unequalled lu tho hltory of external
applications. jTThouands who now silt-
ier irom riieuiuaiitn, neuralgia, etc., would
find Immediate relief lrom nil pain by mlng
this certain remedy. It Is equally effectual
lu cuts, burn--, scalds, stllluess or the neck,
sore throat, swelling", inilaniatlons, frost
bites, pains in tho side, or back, bites or spl
jers or stings of Insects.
One nibbing will lu all cases give immedi
ate relief, and a few applications complcto
On account of Its powerful penetrating
properties It Is beyond doubt the surest rem
edy for tho niO't troublesome diseases to
which horses and cattlo aro liable. It cures
.scratches, old and fresh cuts or sores, chafes
produced by tho collar or saddles, Injurios
caused by nails or splints entering tho flesh
or hoofs, bruises, sprains, sweenev, spavin
thrush, and nil diseases which destroy the
boors or bones of the feet.
SSTFull directions accompany each bot
tle. The above aro prepared only by
CltAVn'OItD A FOUL'S,
ill Market street, Philadelphia,
And sold by storekeepers generally through
out the country. I-'JO It d-e-w
Dr. Trnsk was enjased for twenty years In
rnnr4nnf cTnirliniMUamQii tho medical prop
erties nml jiower Of Vi'tjcliiuics, r".mr;itu and
combined. At tho aw ot seventy years Iio suc
ceeded In prcscnlins to the world, as tlio result
of his experiments, u combination ot Vegetable
extracts, Ilia power of ulilch la removing ills
casos Is uncqualed lu tho annals or Medicine.
Ill dUcnvcry comlt In a comhlim.
ttonor theso jiowcrrul Vcfictabla Extracts with
Kloctrlclty or .UasucUsiu lu thu furui of an Oint
ment. . ....
Certain, It Is, that tlio remarkable and
unprecedented eucccss uhlcti has attended Its
application In tlio euro of diseases, stamps It at
oncu as tho crcatest discovery sjf tho age, and
calls for a trial and close iuvcstljjaUou of Its
It never mils, whllo thero remains tuf.
flclcnt llfo to restoru n natural and healthy ac
tion to tho capillary vessels of tho body, and
eqnalizo tlio circulation of tho blood, lly this
ineaas a controlling power Is gained over tlio
most rualU'nsiit forms of dlseaso, which cannot
ho obtained from any other remedy.
SiicbU tlio power ur till cotnbltia
tlou, that It penetrates to every portion ot
tho human frame; every bono and inu.clc, vein,
uei,T. ?nd II 'anient Is scarcUed out and mado
acnslblo of Its purifying and lieallns Inlluence.
Hcnco it copes as readily with Internal as ex
Nuuieroua Instance ara on record
where this remedy has restored health to pa
tients so near tho cravo that the most powerful
Internal remedies failed lo produce any effect.
Much has frequently been tho casa lu Jaflatama
Hon of tho Howcls. , ...
No putlont ovor siced illo with thu
Ulseaso where tho ilaauetla Oluuncut can bo ob
taincd. l'or Inflammatory niseumntUas
thtsOlntmont 1 tho most complcto remedy over
prepared. For UipUtherla or l'uuld Uoro Throat
It Is uurlvalcd. ,
In nlaetyalno essM out or a
hnndred. it will arlonl cntlro ret of to tho worst
cases of Nervous Headscho In thirty minutes.
For Nervous Diseases tulsmcdlr'aols
of Immcnso valoo. . J
AtTectlOB of the Splae, Ittctimadsm,
lameness, Ulcerated Bora Thrnat, Uronchltls.
Pleurisy, Croup, Colic, Coolers Morbus, Actio In
'.ho Face or Breast, Duma, Bcald llesd, Scrofula,
lalt Itheum, Kryslpclm, InrUmod Byes, Fever
bores, Horts, etc.. will be Imnwtlstely relieved
by tho dso of Or. Trask's atasnctlo Ointment
PllOSPIXTL'S FOll 1873. SIXTH YUAlt
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admitted to bo the Handsomest Period
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Notw.tlistandlnii tho Increase lu the price
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sumed Its present noblo proportions and rep
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America'! public appreciate n sincere ef
fort in tho cause ol Alt. Tho publishers
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the marvel tails little short of a mlrlaelc,
even to thoso best acquainted with this
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