OFFICE, BUIiXjUI'IISr STTIXiX)I3Sra-, COS. 12TH STBBET A-ISTX) 'WASI-3CCrC3-;X'03;T AVE1TTTE.
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
PJlKSUYTEItlAK "SgEtb Street.
Preaching, Sabbat In at lot a.m. and "1 p. in
l'rayer meeting, Wednesday at 71 P. m.
Sabbath .School, .1 p.m. J. M. Lantdcn, Su
perintendent. Ruv. H. Thayer, Pastor
HETHODlST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut St.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10$ a.m., and 7 p. ra
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 71 p.m.
Kibbath School, a. p.m. I.. W. Stlllwcll,
Hupcrinlciidont. ItKV. F. I.. TitOMi-(o.v,
( I1URCH OK THE 1:K1)1;K1UU1 (Kpleco
j.al.) Morning prayers. Sabbath ;01 a.m.
Evening prayers, 7J p.m.
Sabbath School, U a.m.
ItKV. V.. Coan, Jtoctor.
HI'. PATRICK'S CHOUGH Ninth St. and
1'iibllc service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10J a.m.
ay, 8 a.m.
.?. O'Halloiuk, Priest.
Vr.ncn. 7 I). Ill
Sun lco even' da'
t-T. JOSEPH'S CHURCH. (Ui-nnaii,) tur
ner of w ni.n.t ami ;ros sirens-.
Mass, ovr ry Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. ta.
Vespers, '1 p. tu.
Mum during week duv, 8 o'clock a. to. .
ItKV. C. HohmaN,' Priest.
strict between Washington Avcutic and
alnut ktrcct. , , .
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 1! o'clock p.m.
Itnv. Itou'r. llKi.nia, Pastor.
VOl -Ml MEN'S CHRISTIAN AWoCIA
TIO.V. Regular meeting fecond Monday
i-ach month at their room over Rockwell
A- Co's book store, Comsiirrclal avenue.
Weekly l'rayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
the -oom. , , .
1.. W.Stim.wkm.. President.
SECOND illSSIONAItV RAPTIST
II UHCH. Corner Sycamore and 1-orty-llit
Mrcots. Preaching Sabbath at ,11
o'clock a. m. and '! o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
'I he church Ik connected with the IlllnoN
Association, by the First Millenary Hal
tlst Church ol Cairo.
ItKV. SOLOHON I.KO.VAHI), Pastor.
AFRICAN MI7ITIODI5T. Fourteenth, be
te-n Walnut and Cedar.
Sen Ice, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath School. 1 p.m.
Claw meet at 3 p.m.
SECOND FREE WILL RAPTIST Fif-
itcntli Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Servicca Sabbath. 11 and 3 p. in.
Kkv. X. Ricks, Pastor.
FREE WILL IIA1T1ST HOME MISSION
SA11I1ATH SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
nml Celar Street.
lisar 1 lil.l. vt II. 1. lunni v.iiui-
- urrv's Barrack-
Services, 'abbatli 11 a.m., 3p.m. A: 71 p.m.
ItKV. Ki:u.r.v, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY HAI'TIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath. 101 a,m. and 71 p.m.
l'rayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1 1 p.m. John anllaxtcr
aud Man- Stephens. Superintendents.
Kkv. T. J. Siioucs, Pa-tor.
SECOND HAI'TIST CHOHCII-Kourteenth
street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only J (aptlst church recognized by the A-
Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
ltl'V. Jacou Hiiahlky, Elder.
CAUlO COMMANDERY, No. 13.-Statcd
AHivuiWy Uio AflumMmvtdn II nil, liTX
ami tlitJOIoiidara In each month.
CAIRO cnl'NCII., No. '.M. Regular Convo
cation attiasonlc Hall, the econd Friday
In each month.
CAIRO CHAPTER No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tucwlay ol every roontli,
CAIRO 1.0DOE, No. ta7 K.& A. M. Regit
lar Communications at Masonic Hall, tlio
second and fourth Monday of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, '.-Jl MeeU In Odd
Fellows' Hall, In Arter"s building, every
Thursday evculng at 8 o'clock.
Governor Richard J. Oglcsby.
l.teutcnai.tGocriior John 1.. Eeveridge.
Secretary of State George-H. Harlow.
Auditor of State G. E. Llppincott.
Statu Treasurer Ca-pcr Rut..
Attorney General Jatnes K. Edall
supt. Public Instruction Newton Uatcman
Senator Lytnan Trumbull and John A.
Beprerentatlvo for the SUtc-at-Large S.
I.. HcvcrldRe. , ,
Rcproscntatlvo Thirteenth DUtrict .John
MEJH1ERS GENERAL AS5EM1ILY.
Heprcentatlcit In the roth dMrlct
John H. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
ew J. Inscore.
Senator for tho 50th dMrict. .ICf W arc,
Judge D. J. Raker, of Alexander.
State's Attorney l'atrick II. 1'opc.
Clerk R. S. Yocuin.
Sheriff A. II. Irvln.
Win. Martin Akfessor and Treasurer.
Judge K. Hross.
Ai-oelate J. E. McCrito and S. Marchll
uon. Clerk .lacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John III Oossinan.
Mayor John 31. J.amdeu.
Treanircr R. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Hurnett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney 1. II. Pope.
Police MagUtrntcti F. Hro4 and II. Shan
Chlcr of Pollco-L. II. Myers.
Mayor John it. Unizden.
Plot Ward P. G. Schuh.
Second Ward O. R. Woodward.
Third Ward Jiio. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staats Taylor.
Clty-at-Largo W. 1'. Halllday nod D.
, HOARD Of ALDKHMEN.
Flint Ward -James Rcarden, A. II. Sat
lord, Isaac AValdcr.
Second Ward-R. II. Cunningham, E. Hu
dcr, Q. Stancol, .Tames bwaynu.
Third Ward Win. Stratton, J, R. Phllll..
Fourth Ward Jno. H. Robinson, G. 11.
cane, J. H. Mctcalf.
n. WARDNER, M. D.
Ofllce and Residence 111 Commercial ave
nue, (noxt door to thu Atheneuiii).
311. 13. C TABER,
AVlll rcsumo tho practice ol hi profosBlon
with eupcclal roferenco to the cloctrica
treatment ol diseases In all tho new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of female complaints a lady
will bo in attendance.
v ouico, 128 Commercial avenue, up Hitlrn.
WILLIAM R. SMITII, M. .
1 ESIDENOB No. 21 'f hirtetnth etrwt, bo.
K, tw cea WashiDRlon nrenue and W alnut trei t.
omco Ui Commercial aTtnue, up ttalrn.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OKHIDENOE-cornerNfath and .Walnut t.
fVOmce oomar BlxtK street aaJ Ohio letno.
OBlco bouri front 0 a.m. to 12 in., and 9 p.ui
JUDGE SHERMAN ABICHU TO
It. S. URIQILVM, M. D,,
Ilomoopathio Physician and Burgeon, Of
llco 130 Commercial avenue llesidenco on
Tenth street, tlirco doon west of C. R.
THE PRESIDENTIAL FAMILY
ON A VISIT TO NEW
SKOIIKTAP.Y IIEI.KNAI' AND OKM.
HHKRIDAN ON THEIR WAY
Ci.Kvr.i.A.vp, March 31. Tho Clove
land liar Aiociatlon this morning con
sidered tho following resolution:
Iletolved, That tho testimony given by
Judga U. Ij. Sherman beforo tho com
mittee in tho recent invoUlcation In con
rcn, and letters admitted by him to be
gonulne, ovinco such a want of integrity
and such moral turpliudo
as to destroy all confldonco in
his judicial administration und require
that no lbould at onco resign and relieve
tho federal court from tbo embarraiiment
conrcjuenton bis continued occupying tbo
Action upon tbo ubovo resolution was
postponed to givo -Mr. .Sherman nn oppor
tunity to communicato with tbo associa
tion. THE l-RESlnEKTIAt, f A If I I.V.
Wasiikvotok, Marcb 31. Tho presi
dent with Mrs. Grant, Willlo Grant and
Gen. Habcock, will leave on tho noon
train to-morrow for a visit to Kew York,
wborsthey will remain tbo greater part
of this neck.
Iir.LK.NAP AND MIKRIDAX.
I'arsosS), Kan March 31. Tho secre
tary of war, accompanied by Gen. Sheri
dan and party, will bo in Parsons on
Thursday, on their way to Toxai.
HAMT0N'I) CREATING A RE
CAKUY'S OPINION OF THE MO-DOCd.
New York, March 31. A special dis
patch from Key West says Cuban patriots
lately raptured Mcasville, an important
point on tho Kastorn coast.
In consequence of ordors from Presi
dent Ccspcdes of Cuba, changes nro
inado in tbo personnel of tbo representa
tives of tho republic )n this country. A
confidential agency Is established in placo
of tbu existing office?, and Muyorga ac
cordingly resigns tbojjoneral agency held
Denver, March 31. P.ov. Hammond
preached yesterday to 4,005 or 0,000 per
sons, on tbo corner o( Block and Fifteenth
'.roots, after which tbo mooting adjourned
to Occidental hall, n largo saloon and
fancy dance-house, by Invitation of tho
proprietor. About COO entered tho hall,
probably two hundred of whom wore
gamblers, sports and prostilutci. Tho
meeting was addrossod by a convortod
gamblor. Consldcrablo feeling wai mani
fested by that class. Several gamblors
aro already converted.
WAbiitxciTON, March 31. Canby telo
grapbs to Gen. Sherman that tho com
mission fo tho. Modoc J works woll. IIo
says that on tho 2Tlh Inst., tba Modocs
again invited neonforenco, and Cal Glllom
witii it party examining tho approacboi
to tho lava beds, had u short intorvlow
with two Modocs, both, however, of tho
pouco party. IIo Is of opinion thoy aro
morostibduol and nuru to reasoning than
fit Inst intorvlow. Canby thinks when tho
avenues of cscnpo nro closod and their sup
idles cut oil' or abridged, they will come
It was thought last wool: that tho con
dition of Hon. James Brooks was improv
ing, but yestorday and to-day it Is not so
DEATH OF MRS. JAMES GOR
FUNERAL OF REAR ADMIRAL
DEATH OF A PROMINENT RAIL
ROAD MAN IN OUIOAGO.
New York, March 3I.The death of
Mrs. .lamos Gordon Konnott is announced
by a cablo dispatch, as having occurred
this morning at Kconlgstoln, Saxony.
Washington, March 31, Tho remains
of tho lata Hear Admiral Montgomery
woro Interod at Oak Hill comotry to-day.
There was a largo attondanco of officers of
Cmc.tao, March 31. A. J, Day, for
many years gonoral "Western pasicngor
agcr.1 of tbo rlo railroad, died at bis res
A TERRIRLE RAILROAD
WRECK IN VERMONT.
THREE LIVES LOST AND ,
T?0 MEN PRECIPITATED A DI S
TANOE OF 120 FEET.
11 URN ED TO DEATH RY A LAMP
ETC., ETC., ETO.,
A RAILROAD WR7XK.
Rutland, March 31. Tho cxprcis
train ovor tho Rutland and Waihington
division of tho Rcnsaloar and Saratoga
road lat night, two and n half miles south
of Suspension station, met with a terriblo
accident. It appears that surface wator
undermined tbo track, and when tbo train
reached that point, between 11 nnd PJ
o'clock, tbo track appeared to bo nil right,
but as toon as tho locomotive struck it tho
treacherous traek sank, precipitating
tbo locomotive, baggage car, padongcr
and tloeping cars, oir tho track, end down
tho embankment. Tbo locornotivo went
down on tho right band side 40
feet, turning over. Fireman Manaban
and conductor Dawns woro instantly
killed. Honry Conor had two or three ribs
broken and was brulsid, but will doubtless
recovor. Tho usggago car, passenger anu
sleeping coaches went of on tbo oppo
site embankment, which v.'a but a
few feet higb. Tho cars wero
badly wrecked. Tho laggago car took
firo through, tDd tbo mall about half
burned. Tho passengers in tho rear car
wero also shaken badly, nnd h&rdly cno
escaped without aomg scratch or brtiiin.
Tbo injured ones will all, it is thought, re
cover. A missing passenger is supposed
to be under tbo train, adding another vic
tim to tbo killed.
a acArroLD oivr.s wat.
Ciucaoo, March 31. A terrible acci
dent occurred at about 11:30 this morning,
at a new building being erected for Field,
Letter & Co., cornor of .Washington and
Stato streets. A platform upon which a
number of men woro at work, putting into
placo tho iron girders for tbo domo of tho
building, gave way beneath tbo weight
placed upon It, and precipitated William
Broisj and Phil Munson, two workmen, a
dlitar.ro of 120 foot to tho floor of tho
Brit story, both receiving fatal injuries.
T. C. Colo of Montreal, who was standing
on tho lower floor, and was struck by
eomo falling board, appears to havo eus
tuined aomo internal injuries, but will re
On. Station, Pa., March 31. Last
night a son of Robert Stuart, 13 yaars of
age, and r Mils Kernoy, woro drowned
while crossing a crook, near horO.
BURNED TO DEATH.
Nashville, March 31. Sarah Roll
burned to death tbU evening by tho ex
plosion of ft lighted lamp, into which sbo
was trying to pour oil.
HE HINCE DIED.
Ciucaoo, March 31. Wm. Hro.'s, ono
of tho mon injured by tbo fall of tho plat
form in Fiold, Loiter A- Co's. building this
morning, has sinco died.
Trenton, March 31. Tho total num
ber of persons injurod by tbo church panic
is twenty. Nona dod, although three or
fjur aro in a dangerous condition.
WOUNDED MAN DIES.
Little Rock, March 31. O'Connell
who was shot by A. O. Stllwell Saturday
died yesterday morning.
ijeath tub result.
Boston, Mrcb31. A strcot fight at tho
North End has resulted In tho death of
John Rogers, and tho arrest of Timothy
O'llrlon for homicide.
Denver, March 31. Mr3. Nowman
nnd Churles Ward, nrrostod last
wool: for poisoning Win. Nowmnn, tho
woman's husband, woro discharged to-day
for insufficiency of ovldonco.
Paris, March 31. Tho govornraont is
sending sitrong reinforcements of troops
to bo stationed on tho Spanish frontior
Washington, March 31. Probabilities
For Tuesday in Now England t.nd Mid.
dlo states rising northwesterly winds'
partly cloudy and clear weatbor. For tho
Lower Lakes winds backing to south and
cast, rising temperature, followed by
cloudy woathor Tuosday night, with fnll
ing bnrometor. For South Atlantic states
falling baromoter, southeasterly winds
and Increasing cloudiness. For Gulf
ilatos falling baromoter, southerly winds,
cloudy and threatening weatbor. Low
baromoter will move eastward to Lake
Michigan, precod'ed by soutborly vlnd
nnd threatening woathor for Michigan and
Wisconsin, southward to Arkansas.
Cautionary signals at Boston and Port
land, Maino, and will be displayed at all
luko stations on and after April 1.
Belfast, Mo., Alarou 31, Sovoro
snow-storm raging hero tbis ovenlog.
New York, March 31.-Tho treaauty'
programme has had serious eflcct in finan
cial circles. Gold advanced 1-32 per cent,
and money roso to 3 per cent, por diem,
and stocka tinder active solliug movement
docllned 13 per cont. Idorcbnnts havo
been compelled to buy gold heavily and
aro indignant ot tbo neglect of tbo treas
ury to como to tbcsr roliuf. Gold and
money aro active Monoy vory stringent
nnd price on calls advances rapidly from
1-10 to J to I and to J per cont. portdiem
and interest, whlco is about tho highest
rulo, though some loans aro rumored at 1
per cent. Sterling demoralized and closed
nominally at 7jc for long sight and 8Jc
for short sight. Gold bouyant and excited
with frequent fluctuations, opening stoady
at 1C$17, thero was an early rise to IT,
followed by a decline to 1C' from which
a steady upward movement carried tho
premium to 18. There was heavy buy
ing on mercantile account and to cover
out-standing short contracts. Tho largo
advance induced consldcrablo realization
tinder which tbo market reacted to 17J,
tho closing bid rto, for which 17g was
asked. Loans nt 47 per cent, per an
num, and 1-1C per day. Clearings 87,
000,000. Treasury disbursements -1,000.
Custom receipts . -159,000. Governments
dull, ratbor heavy and feverish. Tbo ef
fect of tbo reduced treasury purchase was,
liowovor, in tho main, off-set by nn ad
vanco on gold, Stato bonds nominal.
St. Louis, March 81. Flour stoady
and unchanged. Wheat dull; No2 spring
regular 1 2ll 22; soft 1 321 3J; No 3
red fall 1 Ci; No 2 1 83. Corn steady
and demand higher; No 2 mixed 35J(j3iic.
Oits neady and quiet; No - mixed :c;
No 2 while 30c. Rarloy quirt; Letter
qualities very firm tales spring wero
BO! 05. Ryo very little tier
ing; ealtis wore No - miioJ at 70c.
Pork firm ut 2u 7IIC; dried salt moats
strong sales; shoulders and clear rib St.
Joseph, Misjurl0"3q clear tides buyor
AprilSJiJq county clear sides, shoul
ders una hams C0iij9Jc; bacon strong:
shoulders 7c cash; May 7jc; cloar rib OJcj
clear sides OJc; hams 1 1150 sugar cu-oJ.
Lard firm; primo up coufctry 7Jc. Whis
key quiet at 80(3,370. CaUIo In good de
mand and stoady; fair to extra St 7C
S4 7C;stockers S!Sl 75; Texas i'2 25(2)
$1 '2o. Rogs uncLangcd.
Ciucaoo, March 31. Flour in fair de
mand nt lower rates generally held firm;
X spring $5 007 25- Wheat dull nnd
drooping and lower; No 12 spring $1 17j
cash; $1 22$ May; No 3 1 00J regular nnd
fresh. Corn Me&dy; No 2 mixed 40Jc bid
cosb; 34c May. Oats dull and lower;
No '1 IMJc rogular; 'JClc fresh.
Ryo dull nd nominal; No 'l mlxod
UliJ05c rt-gular and fresh. Barley
fair demand and advanced; No 2 fall 77(J
7c; No 3 CCc. Provisions active And de
mand advanced. Mess porl: $10 50 cash ;
$15 89 bid Mav. L-ud activo and de
mand advanced; $8 12J cash; 58 2CQS 35
31 ay. Bulk meat active nnd ndvnuced;
shoulders CJc loose; Cc bid fcr boxed.
S R Sc cash; !c May; S C held 81c; talcs
etclocse. Bacon steady. S 0 hanu 12
15 jc. Whiskey 87c.
Memi-hi.', March 31. Flour quiet, 83
10 60. Corn menl dull, 2 10. Corn In
good demand, ClgGSc. Oats s tend v, 500
42c. Hay dull, WJfTjG. limn dull, $10
1G 50. Bulk meats In fttr demand;
shoulders Cl(2,CJc. sides 81(SJc.
New York, Starch 31. Flour steady;
tupor western SO 10C 15; goodtocboico
$7 70(j?8 35. Whiskey easior, UOlffiMc
AVhcat lower; No 2 Chicago spring l CI.
Ryo dull. Barloy quiet. Corn easier;
now weitcrn mixed CjjgCOJc; old in ttoro
C5c; yellow western C0g;C7c. Oats firm;
now "mixed western 460c; black 4G0
19c; old western mixed 6lJ52c. Grocer
ies nothing doing, high rotes of gold
checks domnnd. Coffoo firm, rio lCj((7)19e.
Sugar f3jc. Provisions stronger. Now
mess pork unchanged. Moats fair do
raand; hamsin13c; shoulders 71c, mid
dlings stronger; long clear April tic; spot
'Jc; short clear OJc. Lard firmer, western
cteam 58 18; kettlo 9 121(J.O 25.
New Orletif, Mnrch 31. Flour dull,
NX $0 60; XXX choico $8 25: family $3
73010 50. Corn easior, white C8c; yel
low COc, Oats 45c. Bran OJc. Hny quiet
primo $20. Pork active, mess $17 50. D.
S. meatrscarco CJlOo. Bacon nclivo
7f001101c; hums quid 14j(3)lCe.
Lard quiot, refined tlerco HJ; keg 9j(S)10c.
Sugar dull, good common 7Jc; fair
to fully fair 8j8Jc. Molasses dull; com
mon forruonting 40c; cistorn bottom 55c,
Whiskey 8795c. Common 17l8Je.
Sterling 25J. Gold 17. Cotton In fair do
munil; ordinary 1.1 60- good ordlnarv
Rise and Fa'l of the Rivers
For 21 hours ending 3 p. in., March 31, 1S73.
ra 15 0
DAVID Y. HARNETT,
oleervor gig. Scr. V. t;. A.
New Orleans, Maroh 31. No arri
vals. Departed: Paulino Carroll, St.
Louli. Weatbor cloudy and warm.
Nashville, March 31. River rising
slowlv with 15 fi-et cn Harpelli Shoals.
Weit'hur fair and pleasant. Arrived: .Ino.
LumjdoD, Calm; Adn llolltnan, Mt. Ver
non. Departed: Ada llollinau, Mt: Ver
non; Lumiden, Cairo.
Cincinnati, March 31. Rivor 33 foot
nnd fulling. Arrived: R B Hudson,
Wheollng; Resolute with coal, Pittsburg;
John Means pased up from St. Louis to
Pittsburg, with a tow of irom. Charles
Bodmanii arrived from Now Orleans yos
torday. Memi-his, March 31. Weather clear
i anu warm stiver uuuuv tianuiiinj. tif
i rived: Pat Clobuntc, City of Augusta,
Whito river; Lit tin Alps, New Madrid.
Commonwealth, Bello Memphis, St Louis;
U S Turner, Robert Mitchell, Now Or
Isans, MnrlloOity, Ylcksbdrg; Lady Loo
Little Rock, Mnrch 31. Wcdhcr
cloudy, with indications of rain. Rivor
fulling slowly with 3 foot scant by the
guage. Arrived: Jennlo Howell, below;
Fort Gibson, Dardonville.
Louisville, March 31. River station
ary, 15 feet cnnnal, 11 feet chute and 71
bringe space. Clonr nnd warm to-day,
but cloudy nnd mild to-night. Arrived:
Riehmonn,Now Orleans;K!ttio Hig'er and
Burni, Memphis; Charmer, F.vansvlllo.
Departed; Smoky City and Grand Lake,
New Orleans; Deanond, Mompliir; Boirm,
Kittio Hlglerand Uhnrmcr.Cincinnntl.
St. Loum, March 81. Arrived: Groat
Republic. Now Orleans Elliott, Motiiphlf;
Doparted. City of Chester, Memphis;
Fanny Lowls, Mlnourl rlvcrjAtlantic Now
Orleans; Johnson, Keokuk ltlvcr fall
ing. Wcathr clear nnd pleasant. Jo
eph Amednit, nn old nnd, woli known
steamboat clerk, die! yesterday nt tbo
Marine hospital ofimall pox. Ills friends
rosido In Cincinnati.
J:vansville, March 31. Wenlhfir
clear nnd warm; mercury 42 lo CI. River
risen 30 inches. Down: Bowling Green,
Morning Star, Arlington, Grand Lako
and barge, J D Parkor, Chas Brown,
Mary Amont, Arkansas Bello and Rose
Hlto. Up: Jns Rankin, City of Cairo.
.XJuickstop, Fayette nnd Exchange Busi
ness vory active, r fight plenty.
PiTTSLCUO.March 31. Weatbor cloudy
and rool. Monongahcln falling slowly,
scant 10 feet of water in tbo channel. No
arrivals or departures. High wind pre
vailed during tho day and proventcd tows
getting out with coal. Probably a num
ber cf steamers will depart to.morjow.
VlCKSRURO, March 31. Down: Wolff,
Future City. City of Alton, John Maud,
Alleghany Bolio nnd barges, Forjythe,
Pnrgoud. Up: Mary E. Poo, Bello "Lee,
Kilgcur, Kyle, Mary Alice nnd bargos.
Weather cloudy nnc cool. River U fall
Dr. Holland, who dilutes 'ScribnrrV, Is
building n homestead at Pittsfiold, Ua
cbuietts. They now r peal; of Caldwell as tho
"woik-eved, red-wbiekercd child cf
corruption from Kansas."
Sheriff Brennan says it was not
poison, but Dr. Tyng's long prayer, that
weakened Foster ut the gallows.
Robert E. Leo, Jr., son of tho lalo con
federate general, Is likely to be tho next
Democratic candidate for governor of Vir
ginia. Richardson, tho flnanclaljatbkta, who
has turned n band-spring into tho eecro
aryship of the treasury, Is ilfcy-two years
Vico Presidont Wilson denies tho
current report that be is about to marry.
His first wife got him into trouble onougn
to last a life-time.
Somo of tho members of congross who
pocketed tho S5.0CO back pay bonus are
goinc to tho Vienna exposition, with tbolr
families, being too conscientious lu spuiid
me money at noinc.
Rev. Wm. Merloy Punshon, tho En
glish Wcsloynn pulpit orator, who has
been in Cnnadn as tho delegate to nnd
chief oflicor of tho Wesleyan organization
in tno uominion, is soon to rolurn home.
Leonard Uncas, n grandson of tho
celebrated Indian chtel, nnd tho Inst of his
name, died at Willimantic, Connecticut,
last week, aged seventy. Ho resided in
that vicinity most of his life, was an ex
pert fisher and hunter, nnd n hard-working
Although tho Bight lion. John
Bright has reappeared in;parllamont, it Is
staled on good authority tbnt the stato of
his health is still such as forbids him to
undertako any ,abor or undergo any ex
citement, ana t'int ho will not tako activo
part in tho debatos of tho present session.
Another of 'em. Mr. Tom Hood is
now announced ns on bis way to dolivor n
course of 10,000 lectures in tbo UnRpd
States. We will "kiss him for his father"
with pleasure, but doubt qulto seriously
whether ho has anything to say to us
which justifies so long n journoy. Now
Tho Countess Gulccloli, whom most
pcoplo will only remember ns the mistress
of Lord Byron, out who was in bor heyday
n sort of a languid Lady Blosslngtou, and
within a year or so past wrote a weary
book of ".Recollections" concerning tho
gront equivocal act of her llfo, died nt
Rome last Thursday.
Tho Richmond 'Enquiror' announces
that President Grant has reconsidered bis
postponement of his Southern trip, and
will visit Richmond and Norfolk within n
fortnight. Tho 'Enquirer' urges tbo
Southern peoplo to "proparo to wolcomo
him to Virginia. nnd to oxtond to him all
tho hospitalities their limited moans will
A Inrgo number of gontlomon nnd ln-
dlos woll.known in tho nnti-slavory move
ment in this country, bnvo united in n re
quest to Mr. AVm. Lloyd Garrison Unit ho
win not any longor postpone ma woric oi
preparing his nutobiosrnnhy. -Mr. Wen
dell Phillips does not join in tbU pra"or.
Mr. Garrison replies that bis broken
health rondors tho accomplishment of this
purpose (omawuat uncertain, hut holds
out hopes that ho may yet undertako it.
lti:AT. f.stati: AOF.NCir.
(J. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (SUCOND FLOOR) OHIO LKVES,
Bur and Ssr.i. Real Kbtatk, .
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And jxcrsiM Conicjanee ofKlmW:
John (J. llannan. Chas. Thmpp.
JOHN Q. IIAIOIAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGEISTS
North Cor, oralis Nt. nml onto Lcsce.
Abstracts of Title, Conveyancing made a
specialty. Real E-itato bought aud cold.
j3TTiacs Paid, etc.
II St Y OOVDS,
'72. FALLUND WfNTEK 73
O. 11 A N N Y.
HTllI P E S,
UtKIUCHT jxa, rxniA,
LAltUK STOCK OF OA III-STING
OIL. CLOT US,
Ills Ilntlro Htticll
VERY LOW FIGURKS.
CORNSn 6tH NT. AND COUMKIIUIAL-AV.,
WINKS AM) I.IUOUItH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE OROOER3, j
A!so, kp coDttintl- nn hand met roin
pUtn Klcch of
oootcii a:id imnn wiiihkix
a l N h.
Port, Madoria, Sherry nnd CatawbaWln
R. Smyth fc Co. aro nlo ngonti, lor Hpen
rcr, McKay .t Co.'ii Pltttburc ale, of which a
large stock In kept constantly on hand at
their wnoiosaie More.
CRYSTAL S A L O O IN'
MICHAEL COYXE, Proprietor
(OLD V08T OFFICK STAND.)
Comer Sixth street aud Commercial Avt.
The best brandi ol Cigar.-), choice AVJtios,
Liquors, etc., ahvajKon baud.
jSTOpcn day and night. JZ
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
Corner 7th street and wi vrritN hi m-K
Commercial Av. " 1l 1 ul 3 1!1-0(-Iv
PARKER & 1M01STTAGUE
ISTThe best hrauiU ol CIgarf, choico
Wines, Liquor, utc, alwayn ou haud tl
KL DOHA DO
JITLLIAUD SALOON AND BAH
HOOM. JOHN S'roiirlotor.
KlSCnmmrrciHl Atrnuo, OAIKO, II.I.INOIC
lJel hrsnil of Cllfo UOIvaii recvinJ.
llll.I.IAItl) Miloon funil.-hcd with tho t,cH
of tables ; and liar supplied with wince, liquors
ami clears of tbenoat hraud-.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. U. FA11KS, Proprietor,
Ohio l.cvcc, bet, 4th and;ctli fctrct-t",
MEALS A.TALL 1IOUR3.
A' lino new Dining Hall with every con.
vculciico has heen milled to this popular
Restaurant, and the gucts will find every
requUito lor their accomodation.
THE BILL OF FARE
consists of every substantial and delicacy ol
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUORS, WINES & CIGARS
pTMlxed drinks prepared with caro.
iNEVEll KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
lOIl THK I'ERJIAXKNT CUHK OK
CHILLS AXI) FEVER, DUMB AH UK
OU ANY FORM OF INTERMIT
THK GREATEST DISCOVERY OF TUB
Ihcro are no tliic.ifcs fo debilitating In
their clients upon the roiitltlltion r the
above, and none more .11 111 cult to cure by
the umal mode of practice, Tho Kover ami
Aifllo Powdern lll etlect a cure in cac ol
the lonccsthtandliiir as well as prove a pre
vcntlvo In the forming Hai,-cs of the diseased
llciiiR purely M-Kctahle, they act with ccr
la.nty m the illtca-e, totally eradicating It
Irom the tytcm, and prccnt a return at
any future period.
Why waste your money and health In try
ing every medicine you hear or, when
ThoinponVi Kcver and Amio Powders havo
never failed to i-uro tho ChllU In any case.
REASONS WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
Their reputation N e.'tablMicil. Thou
fanili of teetlinonlaN buo been received,
showing that thoe powders have perlonnetl
miracle in curlnj; casex of long standing,
many of them con-ltlered hopelcts.
There It no tifk In taking them. They
contain nothing Injurious and, thercloru,
none of the lingering dieaes so often the
result of tho many no'tnimi of the day.
l'tiytlrianis recommend them as superior to
iiulnlne or any other known remedy, for
they leave the f stem In a healthy state, and
the patient beyond tho probability of a re
lape. 1IEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS. Th
genuine aro put up In Hiuaro tin boxes, win
THOMPSON'S FEVER AND AO UK POW
DERS stamped on the lid, and the signature
ul Thompson .t Ciuwroi:D ou the wrapper.
-So others can possibly be genuine.
R II K U 3L A T I U
TIIE OREAT KXTKUNAL REMEDY TOR
G I A, SPRAINS, ETC.,
GOOD FOll MAX OJ: SEAS'!
This liniment lias earned for itself a repu
tation unequalled In tho history of external
application. jSTThousands who now ful
ler irom rucumaii'm, ncuraiiria, etc., womu
tlnd Immediate relief Irom all pain by uxing
this certain remedy. It U equally effectual
In cut, bunw, K-afd, fctltrness of tho neck,
sore throat, swellings, inllamatlons, frost
bites, pains in the side, or back, bites of spl
icrs or stings of insects.
One rubbing will In alt cases give, immedi
ate relief, and a few applications complete
On account of it powerful penetrating
properties It is beyond doubt the surest rem
edy for tho mot troublesome diseases to
which horses and cattle are liable. It cures
scratches, old and fresh cuts or sores, chafes
produced by tho collar or saddles, injuries
caused by nails or splints entering tho flesh
or hoofs, bruises, s-pralns, sweeney, spavin
thrush, and all diseases which destroy tho
hoofs or bones of the feet.
JjETFuII directions accompany each bot
tle. Tho above aro prepared only by
Ill Market Street, Philadelphia,
And sold by storekeepers generally through
out the country. 1-20 It il-c-w
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