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OPPIOB, BTTXiIi321'IIr BTJXtjVnitETGr, QOE. 12 TEC STBEBO1 -WA.SUIlTQ-'I'OISr AVBJjTTTEI.
JOHN H. OBELILY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 2. 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
I'reaclitnir. Habbatbat 101 . and 71 I'.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at7J p. in.
labbalh Hchool, 3 p.m. J. M. Lansdcn, Su
perintendent. Rkv. II. Tiiaykk, Pastor
JIKTIIODIST. Cor. Klijhth and Walnut Stu.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10) a.m., and 7 p. tn
Prayer meeting, 'Wednesday," p.m.
Sabbath School. 3. p.m. L. W. HtlUwoll,
superintendent. Rkv. F. I. Thompson,
ijuukcu ov Tin: iH:iKnMUit-i:pico-
Morning prayers. Kabbath 10J a.m.
Kvening praycin, 71 p.m.
BabbathHchool, 0 a.m. ,
llEV. U. LOAN, Hector.
ST. PATRICK'S CUUROll-Nlnth St. and
Waxhlngton Avenue. ,
Public scrvUe, Sabbath 8:10 and 10J a.m.
Vct)crn, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
Scrvlcu every day, 8 a.m.
REV. P. .7. O'llAUXJHAN, Priest.
.ST, JOSKPH'S CHURCH. (German,) tor
ncr of Walnut and Crow HrceU.
Mush, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vtrpcn, 2 p. m. ,
Slu during week dayc, 8 o'clock n. in.
Rkv. 0. Hoffman, Prleit.
trcct between Washington Avenue and
Walnut Urcct. , , ,
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o clock.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock p. in.
Rkv. Rob't. Hkuiiu, 1'u-tor.
VOUNO MKN'S CIIHISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
& Co' book itorc, Commercial avcuue.
- Weeklv l'raver mcctlUL'. Friday, i p.m. at
the loom. ...
It. W. STILIAVELL, rrci-iueni.
rfuwnvti xiiukiosaiiy HAl'TlhT
I CHUIICII.-Conicr Sycamore and lorty
. Hint streets. Preaching Sabbath at 11
y o'clock a. m. and :i o'clock p. in.
V Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
ITIic church U conncctcu wuu me minim
Association, by tho First MUilonary Hap.
list uiurcn oi cairo.
Rkv. Solomon Leonard, pastor.
f HI CAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
Ftwecn Walnut and Cedar.
L Services, Sabbath. 11 a,m.
r Sabbath School, 1J p.m.
1 Clan meet at 3 p.m.
IF.COND FREK WILL UAI'TIST Fif
teenth Street., between wamut anu i;euar.
services baobaiu, it anu ap. in.
Kev. N. Kicks, Pastor.
: FHEK WILL HA1T1ST HOME MISSION
SAUI1ATU SCHOOL. Corner walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School. U a.m.
FIH3T FHKK WILL BAPTIST CHUUCH
Service, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A 74 p. in.
Kkv. Wm. Kklley, l'aetor.
FIHST MISSIONARY UAl'TIST CUUHCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath. 101 a.m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer, meeting. YA cdncsday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
SabbaUi School, 1) p.m. John VanUaxter
aud Mary Stephen., Superintendent.
Kkv. t. J. biioiiE:), Pa'tor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHIJHCH-Fourtecnth
Street, between Cedar und Walnut. The
only Baptist church recognized by the Al
locution. Service, Sabbath, U a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Kfv. Jacoii Huadlkv, Elder.
CAIRO COMMANDERY, No. 13.-SUtcd
Auembly at the Ajiylum Masonic Hall, tint
and third Monday In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. 21. Regular Convo
cation at Maouic Hall, the kecond Friday
In each month.
CAIRO CUA1TUR No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, ou thu third
Tuesday oi every month,
CAIRO LODGE, So. 237 F.& A. M.-RcgU-lar
Communicatloni at Masonic Hall, the
kecond and fourth Mondavi of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, 221 McoU in Odd
Fellows' Hall, In Arter building, every
I .Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor Richard .1. Oglctby.
Lieutenant-Governor John 1.. Hevcrldge.
Secretary of State Georgo II. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. E. Lipplncott.
State Treasurer Cuspcr Ituu.
Attonicy General James K. Kdtall
Supt. l'ubllc Inktmctlon-Ncwtou Uatcman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
Representative for the Statc-at-Large S.
L. Ueverldge. ...
Representative Thirteenth District John
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEM11LY.
Repretentatlvcs in tho &0th dl-trlet.-John
H. Obcrly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
ew J. Infcoro.
Senator for the With district. Jcwe are.
Judge D. J. Uakcr, of Alorandcr.
State's Attorney Patrick 11. Pope.
Clerk It. S. Yocura.
Sheriff A. II. Irvin.
Win. Martin Awessor and Treasurer.
Judge F. Brow.
Associate J. E. McCrlte and S. Marchll
non. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Gossman.
Mayor John M. Lansden.
Treasurer It. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Howlcy.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attornoy P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrate F. Dross and 11. Shan
Chief of Pollco L. II. Myors.
Mayor John M. Lansden.
First Ward-P. G. Schuh.
Second Ward C. R. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. BtaaU Taylor.
Clty-at-Largo W. P. Halllday und D.
BOARD OF ALDKHMKN.
First Ward James Itcardcn, A. B, Saf
ford, Isaac Waldcr.
Second Ward-B. n. Cunningham, E. Bu
der, Q. SUncel, Jaxnea Swayno.
Third Ward-Wm. Stratton, J. B. Phlllls.
Kourtli Ward Jno. ,U. Robinson, G. II.
ease, J. II. Mctcalf.
H. WARDNEIt, M. D.
Ofllce and Rcsldcuco 111 Commercial uvc
nuo, (next door to tho Athcuoum).
DR. B. 0. TABER,
Will resume tho practice ol bis profession
with especial refcrenco to tho electric
treatment of diseases In all the now and im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of foinale complaints a lady
will bo In attendance
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM R. BMITH, M. D.
1) ESIDENCE No. 81 Thirteenth strett, be
XV tveea Wuhington avenua and Walnut street.
Office lis Commercial avenue, up-stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
rKainiCNni2 nnrnarNInth and Walnut sts,
XvOfflce corner Blitk straet and Ohio let e.
umoB nours rroni o a.m. toixm.,uap.in
INDICATIONS THAT THE ST.
LOUIS ELECTION HAS
THE CIVIL-SERVICK COMMIS
SION NOT TO BE REVIVED.
THE QUESTION AS TO TIIK TER
MINUS OF THE PACIFIC
ROAD NOT YET DECIDED.
Wasiiinoton, April 1. Attorney
General Williams says n month will prob
ably olnptu loforo a dcclnlon will be ren
dered as to whether Omaha or Council
Bluffi Is tho terminus of the Pacific rail
road. THE CIVII.-IKtlVlCE COMMISSION
Has virtually ceased to be in existence,
and it is conceded In administration quar
ters that It will never be resurrected
TUB I-UULIC DE71T,
Tho public debt has been decreased
1,C1 1,058 tho pail month. Tho outstand
ing legal tender Is $307,C09,017.
And family left for New York at noon to
day. ST. LOUIS ELECTION.
St, Louis, April 1. Tho election for
city officers to-day passed off quiotly, and
although tho weather was wet tbcro was
an increased voto on that of two years
ago. P.oturni so far are meagre, but indi
cato that Joseph Brown, Democrat, for
mayor, will havo at least 2,500 majority
ovcr.Gco. Bain, ltopublican.
Ft. Scott, Kan., April 1. At tbecity
election to-day everything passod off qui
ctly. John G. Stuart, citizens' candidato
for mayor, was elected by sixteen major
ity over C. II. Jlorley, regular Kopubli
can. Tho lalanco of tho ticket was di
vided between tho Liberals and Republicans.
It. S. BRIG HAM, M. D:
Ilomeonathlo Phvrlclan and Surircon. Of-
Hco 130 Commercial nvenue. ltesldcnce ou
Tenth street, throo doors west of C. It.
DETAILS OP THE TORNADOES
IN TENNESSEE AND MISSISSIPPI.
WHOLE TOWNS COMPLETELY
BLOWX AWAY IN HALF
MANY FAMILIES LEFT EXPOSED
AN D HOMELESS.
Nashville, April 1. A Banner
special from Franklin, 'Williamson county,
Tennessee, states that a tornado visited
that placo this a.m., at C: 15, lasting twenty
minutes. Hardly a houso in tho placo es
caped damage. In many inst&ncos tho en-
tiro roofs of houses wcro blown ofl'and tho
wulia thrown down. Among principal
suU'orers aro tho New Methodist church,
court-house, Popo &i Campboli, Harpor i
Bailoy, Haines & Androws, I'oviow and
Journal office, F. G. Bostiek, Mr. Mills,
Crutcher's hotel, Franklin Manufacturing
company, It. P.anp and tho railroad depot.
Great constornatioulprovailcd umongst tho
people; fortunatoly only ono person was
hurt. The loss is vory considerable. The
town looks liko a shattered wreck.
Me una, March 1. Tho storm at Can
ton, Mississippi, eooros to havo been much
greater than was inferred from the mca-
gro dispatches. An extra issued from the
Mail otlico Saturday morning says: "Tho
courso or tuo tornAdo scorned
from tho northwest, and its
truck was scarcely over soventy
yards In width, perhaps not so
much as that, and lay througli tha ccntro
of tho town. Houses wcro utterly de
molished and blown away, leaving bare
walls standing, twisted and distorted in all
inunncr of chapes. Brick walls of build
ings, and solid chimnoys wore blown
down, and missels ware sont through tho
air such as timbers, bricks and pieces of
wood with foarfal forco. Tho
Fcarco houso is in ruins,
and tho stores and shops abovo
it aro leveled to tho ground. Tho old
stone houso is a wrock, with tho rooting,
galleries and pillars all gone. Dwellings
aro mere heaps oi timbers. Kltchons and
outhouses wore blown absolutely away,
yards swept clean of ovory living thing,
poultry, dogs and all vanished. Substan
tial dwellings woro torn from
thoir foundations, heavily laden
cars blown from tho track, hugo pieces of
umuor mown many hundred yards and
buriod whoro thoy loll in tho oarth, will
convey an idea of tho ruin accomplished
last night, all in a half mlnuto's timo. Mr.
Powell's residonco, and ono occupied by
Mr. Slungorland, a neighboring cottogo,
R. 0. Smith's rcsidonce, a cottngo noxt to
tho old comotory, tho colored Methodist
church and a small cottago occupied
by ft colored man and family, near
by, were utterly domolisUcd. Tbo wife
of tho colored roan was buriod bonoatb tho
ruins and instantly killed, Tho colored
preacher was buried-benoath tho chimnoy,
but not killed as was first roportod, A
number of pooplo woro hurt in this
neighborhood. Robert 0. Smith's res!.
denoo was lifted from Its foundational! d
moved sovoral feet. His kitchen, and
ovcry living thing In tho yards woro swept
awuy nothing but tbo crumbling walls
wcro loft. .1. "W- FowoU'a kitchen and
other outhouses woro demolished and two
chimneys of his residenco woro blown Into
fragmonts. William Baldwin's rcjldenco
bud tho roof stoved In. Everywhere in
tho path of tho tornado buildings wcro ra
zed to tho ground or left roofless after t'io
storm. Tho town was tho scone of tho
wildest disorder. Tho flames from How
colt's residonco shono against t ho black
clouds, quantities of timber and
trecj obstructed tho streets,
men woro running from point to point,
to rcscuo thoso in distress. Tbo flremcM
were at their post endeavoring to drag a
flro cngino to tbo scono of tho Qro.
Women wills lnlants in their arms went
about tho streets distracted, not knowing
whoro to go Tho l'carco house, as men
tioned, presents tho appcaranco of
a wreck. Also Col.Jonci' building, n ono
slory brick store, occupied by Mrs. Subn
as a confectionery And bakery establish
ment, All aro a mass of ruiui. Mr. L,
Ludcman, who was in at Mrs. Suhn'n, had
on arm broken. Tho houso was utterly
demolished. The iron fence that enclosed
tbo couit yard is twisted bent and
broken. Opposite the l'earco
houso as If by thu might of a gi(.nt, and
tbo court-house- itself, on ono side, is actu
ally leaning eastward, wbllo its roofing is
in tattors. In tbo northwestern quarter of
town wo find families shelterless, and cot
tages piled up in fragments. John How
cott's houso wes blown down
and cither from a lamp, or
boing struck by lightning, took fire. In at
brief timo all that remained of a homo
and its comforts wcro tho charred ruins.
A number of persons woro Injured moro
or less. There is no calculating now tho
amount of damago done to property.
Mrs, Slingeriand, wo learn, was only
slightly hurt, although her houso was de
stroyed. Somo thirty or moro
houses woro destroyed and a larger
number badly damaged. Ono negro
woman lost her child, and it whs only
found to-day nt n houso soma dlstanco
removed from its home, whero it had been
kindly cared for. It was not much hurt
in its perilous ride of tbo whirlwind. A
negro man is reported milting, also two
negro children. Perhaps tho number of
fifteen will cover tbo number of tho in
jured, most of theso but slightly hurt.
No estimate can as rot be
given of tho amount of damago Sustained
from lots of property, but it is believed
$100,000 will fall short or covering it.
Mrs. Howcatt, 3Ir. John Howcatt's
mother, was soverlly injured, having been
caught beneath the falling building. Sho
states the houso was struck by lightening,
and thus set on Oro. A littlo later and
tho skies wcro perfectly clear, and tho
stars looked down serenely upon tho sccno
of disaster below.
New YoitK, April 1. Twcnty-thrco
coolies wero drowned in tho harbor of
YoVabama; by tho capsiziug of a small
boat bolonging to tho l'acilic Mail com
pony, February 12.
CORONER'S INQUEST RESUM
ED IN THE GOODRICH
THE DOER OV THE DEED AR
RESTED AT PHILADELPHIA.
NAMES OF THE SURVEYORS
KILLED BY THE INDIANS.
New York, April 1.
Tho inquest ovor tho body of Charles
Goodrich was resumed this morning bo
foro Coronor "Whitehall. Mrs. Myers was
called, and tostiflcd that shejllvos at No 4G
Iiivington streot, Now lork; photographs
wcro shown, and sho said sho recognized
ono as that of Charles Goodrich, whom sho
had known about two months; bocamo ac
quaintcd with him In Now York, but saw
him first in Brooklyn; saw him four or fivo
timos a week; saw him last, Thurday night
previous to his death; saw him on tho
cornor of Allen and Iiivington stroots
about sovon o'clock in tho evening; mot
him by anagroomont; it was about nino
o'clock whon ho loft ; that was at No. 40
Iiivington street; ho was in tho habit of
calling on her at No. 13 Stan
ton stroot; ho thero niado tho ac
quaintance of Jno. D. Brocb, sometimes
callod Honry Brocb, and Roscoc; saw thorn
In company together; hoard him speak of
Koscoo, and say ho was n dangorous mnn i
tlioro had been a disturbanco betwoon
thorn ; it was In tho ovonlng In hor apart
monts, on Stanton'.stroot ; Goodrich, Bos
coo and Beach woroprcs'ont; thought Kos
coo was talking about Goodrich; thoy
talked vory loud, and sho took Goodrich
by thu arm and led him into another
room; lloscoo askod afterwards If sho In
tonded to koop company with Goodrich,
and said ho would bo ovon with hor ; ho
ofton spoko of it, but she could not
roraombor what was said ; it was sufllciont
to insinuate that ho bad unfriendly fil
ings, but novor hoard him make any
threats towards him; noard him say "God'
holp tho parson who comes botwoon you
and me;" this was about two weeks boforo
his death nnd Immediately after a quarrel;
novor heard ltbscoo says that ho knew
whoro Goodrich llvod; don't romombor of
telling him Koicoe carried n pistol; inked
him if ho was'inarrled, nnd ho said no;
saw Roscoo Katurdny night after Good
! rich's death; told her ho was going to
Philadelphia, ho somottmcs wont to Bal
timore and Nov Orloans; sho met him In
tho llowery; .Goodrich's namo was not
mentioned; sho did not think' he Intended
to leave tho city ; ltoscoo wanted to call
at hor bojie, but sho told him sho did not
want him to cull; had known Boscoo
flvo or six months; hn&rd him say
ho had boon In Brooklyn; novor told him
what his business was; thought bo was n
counterfeiter; ho wanted to assist hor by
giving hor counterfeit monoy to pi lo
cald it was tho best business out.
(lOOWItlC'll's MUKDKREIl ARBESTKI.
PniLADKLHiA, April 1 A man sup
posed to bo Ilotcoo, murderer of Goodrich,
was arrested hoto to-day, and as ho tho
roughly answers 'tbo e.o2crlptlon given, it
is supposed ho is tho guilty party. Ho
come hero soon after tho muidcr, and has,
during bis stay, boon engaged in illegiti
mate sales of watches. Ho spoaks French,
Italian and Spanish, and expresses cntiro
willingness to undergo the fullost examin
ation, boing confident of establishing his
Little Kock, April 1. Stlllwoll who
shot and killed O'Connoll Saturday, was
released to-day on tho grounds of self de
fence INDIAN MASSACRE.
Leavenworth, Kon., April 1. The
Times published a full account of
tho masiacro of surveyors, which took
placo March 10th, on Cinamon river. Tho
names of tho murdered men arc: Daniol
Short and E. M. Doming of Arkansas
City, S. H. Davis, Chillicothe, Missouri;
and an Englishman named Robert Pool.
Whirl Wind's band of Choyennes was tho
murdering party. An oxpedition has boon
organizod at Arkansas City, to go to tho
relief of other surveying patties on tho
Cinamon river. Much excitement pre
vails on tho frontier.
GAS STOKERS AND SHOEMAKERS
TO STRIKE IF WAOE3 ARE
New York, April 1. Tho employes of
gas companies Hindu arrangements last
evening for a strike, should thu employers
not concede to their demand for 8 hours
and tho following rates: stoUors $3 00 and
helpers $3 per day.
TltK BUOSH IVERt
Resolved last night to demand additional
pay of fifty cents per day on nil claMes of
work, and to strike if refuse..
THE CARLIST3 ATTACK. SEV
ERAL CATHOLIC CI1UR-
CUES IN SPALN.
THE SPANISH VICE CONSUL IN
Madrid, April 1. A Carlist baud,
undor Chieftain Cucenin, attackod
Visanahi in tho provinco ofrfJastillar
yesterday, but were routed aftcr short
Tho populaco of Barcelona is onraged
at tbo burning of llorga and simiier nets.
The Carllsts havo attacked several Cath
olic churches, doing considerable damago.
Reinforcements lor troops in Cuba sailed
from Cadoz yestordny.
ooke with the ruNoa.
Paris, April 1. Tho Spanish vico
consul in this city has absconded, leaving
n deficit in his accounts of soventy thous
Washington, April 1. Probabilities
Tho storm centro in Indiana will tnovo
during Tuesday night northeastward over
Lower Lakes and on "Wednesday down
St. Lawronco, and oxtonding somewhat
eastward over Now York and Now En
gland. For Sotitborn states southeasterly
winds with clouds nnd rain during rost of
Tuesday night, continuing Wednesday
morning with possibly southorly gales on
tho coast. For Now England falling ba
rometer, easterly winds, clouds and a so
voro storm will contlnuo ovor lako region
duringTuoidiiy night, and ovor tho Lower
Lakes 'Tuesduy night, but followed on
Upper. Lukos by diminishing northwest
winds and clcariug weather. Cautionary
signals contlnuo utNow Orloans, .Savan
nah, Mobile, Charloston, AVllmington, De
troit, Grand Haven, Chicago, Norfolk, To
lodo, Buffalo, Clovcland nnd Milwuukeo,
nnd aro ordorod for Rochester, Oswego,
Capo Mayl Baltimore, Now York, Now
Haven nnn New London.
St. Louis', April 1. Hemp dull and
nomliiul-"5c0$l tor fair to choice dressed.
Flour dull, is in weak demund for low fall
supcrflno to good extra ut SI 750 10.
AVhout dull, No'J spring regular $1 do
soft 1 331 3l;No:i red fall SI 07. Corn
linn, good demand. No U mixed 30!J0Jc.
Oots unchanged, No 2 mixed i!9e. Bar
loy in dcmiuid, spring 70c; Nobraska im
1 18. Ryo actlvo ICQIUJu spot May
Dry salt meats nominally higher, but not
ntuolr doing. Bacon high and vory still,
shoulders 7JQ7c; cloar rib OJQOjc;- clear
ssdes l)j03c. Lard higher, in good do
roand, stoam 8c; country 7Jo. Illghwliios
Arm 87c. Cuttle ucchangod. Hogs quiet
Chicago, April l.-Whoat firm; No 2
spring $1 Mi cash; $1 2JI -? -May.
I 30)o rush; 3011 May. Gats steady;
24 Jc cash. Ryo dull and drooping, CSc
for fresh; 63jo regular. Barloy firm; 77c
cash; C007o for No 3. Pork actlvo and
advanced, $15 "OQjlO. 75 cash. Lard
firm, Jl 17a 20. Bulk immls steady.
Hnms In pickle lO012Jc, D S muata
firmer, 0(.,GJc'for shoulders; 8o for rhort
rlbi; 8Hc for short clour middles, all
loose. Bacon strong; shouldors 7Jcj clear
rib 9c; bacon hams 13Mu.
Memphis, April 1. Cotton firm; good
ordinary $10 26010 00; low middling
$18. Flour dull. Corn moal active-,
$10 CO. Corn dull, C00'c. Hay.cboico
scarco and firm; mixed $2!20c. Oats
qnlot, 4045c. Uran Urmormor, tlC 60
17. Bacon firm; shoulders 7Jc; sides 0c.
Bulk meats firm; shouldors Ojc; sides 8)
in lair uomana; roll nod ejQj)
New York. April 1. Flour ouict
unchanged. "Whisky steady, U0j01c
Wheat quiet, hold -shado hi;har;" -no ,
salis of amber western $1 SO; porlor.
scarco and linn, $10 75 in
while western J? I 80; rejected .pring"no
$1 4J1 00. l'.yo dull. Barloy steady
Corn steady; modorato business; now
western mixod C3JCCc; old In storo 04c;
yellow western 6C(JS7c. Oats fairly net
lvo; now western mixed 4950je; whilo
western 60055c; black western 4"49c.
Coffeo firm. Sugar quiet and roflnlng 8
8Jc. Molasses quiet. Pork firmer; now
mess $10 7oS16 81; extra prime, sollors
May, $13 60. Beef unchanged; prlmo
mess 0Uc; extra 1213c; cut meat
quiot; shouldors 77c; middlos weak
long clear, sollors April, 8Jc; long clear
8'Jc; short clerr 9c. Lard lowor; wost
crn stoam 8jc May.
Rise and Fall ol the Rivers
For 21 hours ending 3 p.m., 'April 1,
Este, a daughter of tbo Duke of Modona J rapidly improving. It shows that th
and a slslcr p, tho Comto do Clmmbond. lirtio has nirived when past services and
uis who is uio sistor or mo oxnou jjuko oi the crv of 11 ova tv" can no ontrnr atom
doing. Tho obJ
Parma, and granddaughter of the Duchess
of Borry. Do;- Carlos' llfo has boon
chlofly spent In Styrla, and ho is under
stood to huvo been brought up as n dovout
believer indlvino right and tho supremacy
of tho ahurch over tho etato.
the royal nour.noif regent and ms
It is said that Don Aifonzo, young
hrotbor of Djii Carlos, tho regent by nom
ination has won nil hearts In Catalonia
His princess, Dona Mario do la Moves, is
with him. Tho prince wears red panU
loons, with black braid, Iioisiati boots, n
white pollsso at.d bolnn (the round cap
worn by tho Onrlliti). Tho princess also
wears tho white bonla, with a long gold
taisol falling over her loft shoulder. At
San (Juiorco thoy were received with ovcry
hot it, and woro attended by tho chiefs
Torros and Sabalis, generals holding their
oommissions irom. "jitviiBjcsiy uon uar-
. i. .1, ,,..
i tuu try oi "loyally
imiuiry unu wrun-u
1AV1D W. HARNETT,
observer Sis. Her. U. S. A.
St. Louis, April 1. Arrived: Sam
Roberts und Clippor, Ohio river; St. Luko,
Missouri river; Minnoapolis, Du Buquc;
Hobbt; "Wheeling; Bertram, Keokuk;
Honry Ames, Now Orloans; Grand Tower,
Memyhis; Penniot, Arkansas river; Capi
tol City, Vicksburg. Departed: St.
Johns, Peoria; Doxtor, Nuw Orleans;
Bortram, Keokuk; Elliott and Ilommltt,
Momphis. River falling slowly. "Weather
cloudy und wet drizzling rain most of tho
day and heavy rnin nearly all night.
Nashville, April 1. River feel 12 feet
on harpcth shoals. Heavy rain storm this
morning. Weather clear and pleasant to
night. i' P. Gracoy, Wabash river; Jno.
S. Bransford, Burksvilio wcro tho boats
ViCKsnURO, April 1. Down: Bis
marck and City of Helena, Natohcz.
Wotither cool. River falling.
Evansville, March 1. Weather mild,
and cloudy with tho Mercury from 02 to
00 end very muddy. River rising 20
inches and vory rough. Up: R. E. Lee,
Bermuda, Fayctto, Idlewild, nnd Pat
Rogers. Down: Charl s Browned nnd
barges, R. E. Lee, Tarascon, Quick. top
Florenco Leo, and Charles Rankin.
New Ori.eanf, April 1. Arrived:
Mary Houston, Longwortb, Louisville,
Cresent City and bcrges, James Howard,
St. Louis. Dopartod; John F. Tolle, St.
Cincinnatti, April 1. Rivor 27 foot
C inches nnd falling. Andy Bnum, Mum
phis: Kittio Uicrlor, Arkansas rivor. De
parted: R R Hudson, Whooling; Potomac,
Huntington. Hawkeyo No 2 passod down
from I'arkorsburg to at Louis. Storm No
3, and Condor arrived from Pittsburg with
coal. It H Babbago, from Whooling to
St Louis, passed with iron and nails. Ka
nawha No 2, down for St Louis with salt.
Lion for Memphis with salt. Fearless
with iron oro from St Louis to Pittsburg.
Louisville, April 1. Tho rivor has
fallen 0 incncs;10 feet 0 inchos in channol;
13 feet 0 inches chute. Rainy weather.
Business is vory good. Arrived: City of
as lor Don u.Mos bunselt no ono pro
fesses to know with certainty what he Is
doing or whoro ho 1). Ever since tho af
fair of tho Oroqulotn fight ho seems to
havo disappeared as complotoly us Prince
Arthur or tho legend, without, howovor,
his most cnthuiiastio followers attributing
to him any marvellous exploits.
A FRENCH 'l'ARRlCIDE.
Tho 'Dally News' (London) tells tho
following almost incrcdiblo story:
"There is an old story of a man who,
having been convicted of murdering his
mother and fathor, was asked by tbo Judge
if ho had anything to nay beforo sentenco
was pronounced, whereupon ho answered,
'Nothing, your Lordship, only I hopo you
will havo morcy on a poor orphan.'
Another story, unfortunately and horribly
truo, now comes to us from France, tho
horo of which has admitted that ho tried
to tnurdor his father In order to qualify
himself, ns tho son of a widow, for exemp
tion from tho military conscription. That
such a rnotivo should havo
been tbo cause of such a crimo,
and should havo been so callously confess
ed, scctnK almost too monstrous to bo pos
sible: but the facts, stated In the Asslzo
court of tho Solnc-ot-Marno, are indisput
able. Tho crimo was most doliborato; tho
ruffian tlrod at hit futhor, and finding the
shot did not kill him, having beaton him
with tho butt ot liis gun until it broke,
then attacked tho wounded man with a
bill-hook, leaving him for dead. 'Extenu
ating circumstances aro frequently met
with in tho verdicts of French juries
whon no human ingenuity can discover
tuo reason ot tucir being mere; out in
this case no such indirect recommendation
to mercy was mentioned. Tho court con
demned tho man to ho exocutod at Molun
nnd if tho exocutiou bo carried into effect,
tho villlaco in which this nrccious ppecl-
mon of humanity was born and reared
cannot ho consiuorou to navo lost mucn. '
Cairo, Now Orloans.
Tho City of Cairo,
JlEiii'iits, April 1. Heavy storm ut
2 o'clock this morning. No damage re
ported ns yot. High wind nil day.
Woathor clear and ploasant. River ris
ing steadily. Arrived: Probasco, Cincin
nati; St Joe, St Louis. Drpartcd: Kntlo
Kountz, Mary Lowry, Julia, St Louis;
Littlo Alps, Now Orloans: Thos Shorlock,
0 B Church. Cinclnnottl; Utah, Arknn-
sas rivor; Batosvillo. Put Clolmrno, Whito
PiTTsnunc, SMarch 1. Light rain has
fiillon at intorvals during tho day. Rivor
risiner slowly with 12 foot 10 inchos in tho
channol. Dopartod: Carrio Brooks
Wheeling. Arrived: Boaz Louisviloo
with two barges iron oro, six coal bargos,
and flvo empty barges; Magora dopartod
for Cincinnati with nine barges and ono
fuol boat. Tho following shipments woro
mado at Lotilsvillo; John Hanna, six bar
ges nnd ono fuol; Conoinental, 020,000
bushols coal, nnd ono barco ofcoko'con-
taining 180,000; Jas Gilmoro, fivo bargos
and two fuel boatscontaining 740,000 tons
THE SPANISH "PRETENDER."
Now York Herald.
Don Carlos, tho older, and first oppon
ent of Isabella tho Second, after his final
duparturo from Spain, lived tor somo timo
in Franco. In 1815 ho abdicated in favor
of his son, tho Condo do Montemolin
whoso namo may bo rocolloctod in connec
tion with certain abortivo attempts to
raiso an English loan for tho purpose of
invading Spain and rccovorlng tbo tbrono
of his fathers. The young protondar
dlod suddonly In 1801, without lisuo, and
his reversionary rights dosconded
to liis brother, Pnnco John. This princo
novor mado any attempt to claim his In
heritance, but on tho morrow of tho rev
olution by which Quoon Isabella was do-
osod no codod his protensions to ins son
on Carlos, tho existing representative of
legitimate sovereignty in Spain, and who
now, as wo nro told, has losignod his
claim In favor of his own son as king,
with a regency. Tho young princo who
roslgns inherits by birth all tho traditions
and anoclatlons of tho Bourbon
roco. Hit mother was nn arcliducheM of
THE FAMILY OF DENISON.
The death of Lord Oisington, who was
tho eldest of twlovo children, savs tho
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survivors among u band of nlno brothers
who wcro once regarded at Oxford, as hav
ing intellectually, no superiors in eitbor
timvorsily. xno Jilsnop ol Salisbury, Sir
luiam Dcnlson, covonor ccnurul ot Aus.
tralio; Mr. Henry Denison, Fellow of All
souls , anu as some tiiouirut, tuo most
gifted of his ruco, and Mr. Stephen Dcn!
son, deputy judgo-advocate, havo all pro.
coded their elder brotbor to tho tomb,
Among tho Denisonj of tho cx-spoakor's
gonoruilou whom timo has still spared, tho
nest Known aro tuo Arcuucacon orxauntou
and tho wifo of Sir Robert I'hilllmoro
Bui, apart from his social qualltios, Lord
Oisington will bo long remembered for
ids conslstont and independent career in
parliament. Ho was ono of many men
who add weight and dignity to tho houso
of commons because they nro high
minded, thoroughly honost and slncero.
jir. .loun Lvoiyn iJenison, always a mod
erate Liberal, was faithful without boing
6iiuserviont to ins party; nnu it was a
sonsoZof his impartiality and rigorous at
tachment to duty that made him wolcomo
ns speaker. Un was an oxcollont speci
men of tho legislators who aro bred among
our country irnntiomen, nnd happily he
liovos bohind similar examples of cnllght
enment nnd rcctitudo on both Bides of tho
A singular discovery has boon mado at
the old ConcierL'orio in Purls. At tho
court of Cassation, flro had destroyed two
out of tbrco towers, juid a few days sinco
tho workmen engaged in
ropairlng that named aftor
St. Louis camo suddonly upon n mysteri
ously deop woll. This was contrived
curiously in tho wail facing tho quay, und
proves to be nothing loss than the fatal
dungeon of tbo old palace of St. Louis.
Yot nono of tho historians of tho Con
ciorgorio montlonod it, nnd chanco and
mischanco only havo now mado It known.
An opening of two squaro yards in ono of
tuo turrots rovoais n noma tunnoi reacti
ng tho lovel of tho Solno. Tlioro It forms
a gallory sloping downwards to tho bod of
the rivor. Tho attempt to pen
ctrato into tliis dreadful dungeon
was fruitless, as the inferior is lined with
iron spears and points which cross each
othor in ovcry direction. "When this
towor of St. Louis was used occasionally as
thodwolllng of tho kings of Franco, cap
tivosof note wero confined in its under
ground prisons, and when tho powors that
wero bocamo anxious to get rid of any ono
of thorn they led him through a passago
formed In tho interior of tho wall towards
this newly discovered dungeon. A secrot
door was oponod, and ho was procipitated
into tho yawning chasm, nnd thoro, trans
fixod with spikes, ho porished in clow tor
ture Of courso, it may bo easily Imag
ined that it was only portions of skolotons
that over reached tho bod of tho Siono,
The dlscovory of this relic of a barabarous
ago is nnothor inllestono marking tho pro
gress of humanity. London Globo.
HOW IT -WORKS.
Among thoso who voted for tho retroac
tive salary bill was Gen. Gar Hold of Ohio.
Ho represented Joshua R. Giddlng's old
district In tho "Wcstorn Kesorvn, nnd was
ro-olocted to tho Forty-third con
gross by 10,035 majority. Trumbull
county is in his district and gavo him a
largo majority. A fow days sinco a Re
publican county convontlon was held, ono
of whoso acts was to arraign Gen. Garfield
for his voto, and roquest him
to resign. This rebuko must havo
strucic him with tno lorca or
a thundorbolt. Heretofore no lias boon
tho idol of his Republican constituents,
and hold in high roputo porsonally by
tho opposition. Tho notion or the
Trumbull county convontlnn is anothor
ovldonco that tho tone of publio sentl-
raont, so sauiy loworea uy mo war, 11
nonnuic leaturo oi mo bin was Its repu
UlAtlonor tho contract mado two year
ago. fixing tho annual salary at f6,00.
Had it appliod only to tho future, llkt
other laws, tbcro would have been no tcri
on objection ; a man fit to hold a scat In
congress is worth $7,000 a year. Tho tr
troactivo foaturo .of tho mess nro ex.
cited public indignation, and thu
mon who voted thcmsolvM $5,000 mora
that they had agreed to accept will novor
bo ablo to satisfactorily explain thelr ac-tion.
A "scientific" predicts that tho whohi
human ruco will eventually turn Into
Good news for tho ladies: In Boston,
"girls" aro aged from 10 to 22; "youn
ladles" range from 30 to 65.
At Normal, Illinois, John Ryan wa.i
put ur-dcr bonds not to whip "WUhan
lvonncdy attain. "I'llkccD tbu nace." re.
pllod John, "but I'll havo tho ouid woman
bale the head off him."
Josh Billings says : "If a man has
got olghty thousand dollars at interest,
und owns tho houso he lives in. it ain't
much trouble to be a philosopher.
Tho Chicairo 'Times' puts tbo solomn
conundrum: "How can wo escape flro?"
A Now York papor answers: "Thogos-
fiol offers ovory encouragement, but per
mps your 'best hold' is to got out oJ
Whilo tho nuctionoor at an auction
sale near Sbcfliold, England, was in tbo
act of saying, "Going, going, gone," tho
lloor gavo way, and about thirty peoplo
wero precipitatea boiow into me kitchen.
Nino of tho thirty wcro injured, and re
moved to thoir homes in carts.
Bo careful how vou co to sloeD at an
auction. A contlcman settlod himself In
a comfortablo chair, and his sensos soothed
by mo auctioneer's lullaby, soon dropped
asiccp. wiion ms nap was ovor ho left
tho placo. Tho next day ho was astounded
at tho recoint of a bill for several hun
dred dollars' worth of carpets and other
things. Tiio auctioneer had received hit
somuiculous nods for bids.
AN ARKANSAS MAN IN A.
CROWD OF PICKPOCKETS.
From tho Indianapolis Sentinel, March 17.
Two pickpockets yesterday morning at
tomptod to work a portly old party from
Atkunsas. Thoy began thoir efforts on
tho Loulsvillo sleepor, as it was coming
through tho yurds, and commonced crowd
ing around tbo denizen of Arkansas wilds
in a way which ho despised. Tho more so
as ho was on his way homo from tho in
auguration at "Washington, whero he
had been roliovcd of a fino gold watch by
tbo same crowding process. Ho allowed
tho follows to work their gamo untill ho
found out thoir intentions had reference to
what valuablos he cscapod with from
Washington. When ho thought the thing
had gono far enough, ho drew an Arkansas
toothpick from somowhore about bis
clothes, and evinced a strong desire to
oviscorato tho thieves and othorwlso ex
plore tho interior of thoir corporeal sys
tems In a way highly prejudicial to their
welfaro. Tho toothpick was a cross
botwecn a regulation bowie and a
calvary saber, and it is need
less to say that tho chevaliers d' In
dustrie complied with tbo old gentleman'
invitation for them to "git I" and "clar I"
to "vamoose" und "mizzle" in short order,
theroby Bbowlng that thoy could under-
and tho way
thoy did "olar" or
credit to thoir loco
Tho citizen from whera
tboy raiso catamounts and freo fights
kept his bowie at a parado rest whiln In
tho depot, and scemod rather disappointed
that ho had not investigated somo one bo
twoon tho small ribs whilo ho had the op
portunity. Ho suspoctod tbo parties of
being part of tho samo gang that had boon
working at "Washington, which suspicion
was corroborated by thoslcoping car con
ductor, who ro mom bo rod that their tick
ets wero from thoro. Thoy waked up tho
wrong customer, howovor, whon they at
tempted thoir second rado on tho man
from tho Tootbplck state. .
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