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JOHN II. OBERJjY, proprietor.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 0, 1873.11
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
t'KKSUYTKISI A N-nhtb Strict.
Preaching, Sabbath at U)'t a.m. ami 7J p.tn
I'rarcr im ctlnz, Wednesday at 7 p. in.
al liaUi Scliool, n p.tn. J. M. I.atwlcn, Su
perintendent. Jtr.V. It. Tiiaykii, Pastor
MKTIIODIST.-Cor. Eighth ami Walnut Et.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10 a.m.. and 7 p. m
rraycr meet ntr. wci ncMiay, . tun
L .. . I ..... f. I . . V . - . . . . I
u. p.m. l. w. htinwpu,
UU'Itni OK Till
ltr.v. I". I.. THOMPSON,
itnnitmr braver. Sabbath l"! a.m.
l.voiung prayer?. (i.ni.
ibbatti Hcbr-ol, I a.m.
IlKV. K. UUN, 1U tor.
i. PATRICK'S Cllt.'IlfUl Nlnlli St. nnd
'V uiiugtM) Avium'1.
ulil.r icnlcc, Sabbath HMO and 10) a.m.
'in n-, " n.iu.
.bbatli School, 2 p.m.
nice every ilay, H u.ni.
JtKV. 1". J. O'ilALLOP.A.V, Prie-t.
T. .lOrfl.Til'S CHUItCII. (Ocnnan,, mi-.
utrol Walnut and Crow Mrc;t. ,
'''.TVCry Sabbath nt in o'clock a. in. '
Vopen, a p. m.
M during week day, 8 o'clock a. m.
Itr.V. C. Hun'MAN, l'rlesl.
MIMAS I.CJTIIKItANcminclI 13 th
trcct between WarliliiKtuu Avenue ami 1
1'rnachlng Sunday morning at 10 o'clock,
ahbalh School at 'J o'clock p.m.
lir.v. lton'T. Hkmiiu, Pastor.
lursu men's christian associa.
HON. Regular meeting second Monday
act, month at their room over Rockwell .
& Co' Look store, Commercial avenue. !
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday,"! p.m. at
S.' "loin. " ,
I., W. Stillwiill. Prcidcnt.
--KCOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH. Comer Syeuinoro anil Forty,
tlrtt ntnct. 1'rca.cliln Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. ami 3 o'clock p. in.
Stuiilry ."school 1 o'clock p. in.
Thu church 1 connected with tun Ullnol
AkKiclatlon, by tlic First MMonary llap.
tin Church ol Ctlro.
R.V. S(JLO)10N LEONARD, 1'ttlUir.
AFRICAN METllODMT. Fourteenth, be
HVtt'i) Walnut uud Ceil;,.
Seniles, Sabbath, 11 a.n.
Sabbalti School, lj p.m.
CUm meets at 3 p.m.
ECOND FREE WILL BAPTIST Flf.
i-elilb Street., between Walnut anC Scdar.
Sen Ice Sabbath. 11 and 3 p. in.
Ruv. N. Ricks, Vzr'At.
iREE WILL BAPTIST 1IOMK MISSION
AUIIATII SCHOOL. Corner Wur,k
and Cedar btrcctf.
:bbath Uchool, U n.m.
rST niLK WILL UAI'TIST CUUItCH
mcc, Sabhath 11 u.mv .1 p.m. 'c 7 p. ni.
JIlSSIONAItY HAlTIaT CIIUHC1I.
y '.Jtcilar, between Nlntli and Tcutli St.
tNpreachIiij,' Sabbath, 10 a,m. aud 7 p.m.
Trayer meeting. Wednesday cvenlu;;.
I'reachiuj,', Krluay evening.
Sabhuth School, 1 J p.m. John VanDaxtcr
and Mury Stephemt.Superlnttindcntj).
v IlEV. T. J. bllOllKS, l'astor.
, xiX'OKD UAI'TIST CHUItCII-rourtecnth
, Str-t. between Cedar biid Walnut. The
only Ilaptlit church recognized by Uio A
Miclatlou. spi';l", ."abbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
lit'v. J a con l)ituLi:v. J'Jilcr.
t AlltO COMMANUEIIV, No. IX SUtcd
AM-nibIy at thu A)lumMa.ouic Hall, Ilr.t
and (hint .Mondayx in each mouth.
.'AlltO COUNCIL, No.HJ. Itefjular Conro-
I'Uoii at Masonic Hall, the M-cond Friday
in each mouth.
HlltO ClLU'TKll No. 71. IlcRiilar Con
vocation nt Masonic Hall, on the third
'iiicwlayol every month,
i AUK) LOUOE, No. VJ7 Y.ft A. M.-IIcku-i-r
Comiuunlcatloui at Matoulc Hall, the
c- and ancl fourth JIondayHorcacU month.
LLXANDEK LOOOK, '-Ml-JIocta In Odd
Kellowk' Hall, In Arter1 building, evi-ry
ThurMlay cveuiu;; at 8 o'clock.
Oovcrnor .lohn I., llcverldgc.
secretary' ot State Ucorjjo II. Harlow.
Auditorof State C. E. Llpplncott.
Suto rreaiurer Ca-pcr lluu.
Attorney fJeneral Jame K. Kdiall.
upt. Public I nitruetlou Newton Uauman
Senator Mellaril .1. Oglesby and John A.
ItoiircciUatlvc Eighteenth I)ltrlct I'arc
MKMHEU9 OENEirAL ASSEMI1LV.
Itcprceutarlcs In tho fiOth tllt-lct.-John
II. Obcrly, Wm. A. I.emina and .Math
ew J. luscore.
Senator for the 50th dMrlct. .Ickc arc.
'.Icprctcntatlvo for tho Stnte.at.Lare S5.
Judge 1). J. Ilaker, of Alexander.
Statu'.) Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk It. S. Yocum.
Shcriir A. U. In ln.
Win. Martin Awi'snor and Treaurcr.
countv couut. .
Judge F. Urosn.
As-ioclato J. E. McCrltc and S. Marchll-
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner .lohn II. Gorman.
Mayor John M. Lansdcu.
'l'reanurcr II. A. Cunninglmm.
Comptrollor E. A. Uurnctt.
" Clbrk-Mlchacl Howley. '
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Tollce MagUtratcs F. llrosn wi II. Sl.au
Chief of Pollcc-L. II. Mycr.
Mayor John M. Lanrdcn.
Flrit Ward-P. O. Schuli.
Second Waril C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. StsuW Taylor.
Clty-nt-Lartre W, P. Hutllday nd 1).
I10A11D f AI.DKUMEN.
First Ward -James Ileardon, A. U. Saf.
lord, Isaac WoiJcr.
Socond Wsrd It. H. Cunningham, E. Uu.
tier, Q. Slanccl, Jamca Swayue.
Third Ward Win. Stratton, J. II. Phlllls.
Fourth Ward-Jno. II. Robinson, G. II.
or., J. II. Metcalf.
U. WARDNER, M. D.
Oflicc and llcslilcnco 111 Commercial avc
nuo, (ucxt door to tho Alticncum).
DR. B, U. TAUER,
Will resume the practice ol lila profession
with especial reference to tho electrics
treatment ol dhiea08 In all tho now and im
proved methods of application,
In all canes of femalo complaint! n lady
will bs In attendance.
Office, liWCommorclal avenue, up stalrt.
WILLIAM K. aMlflT, M. D.
RESIDENOE-So. Jl Thirtoflnih itrMt, bo
VVailiingion nvenuaat Walnut ilrert.
otfloe UOomnifrcUUTenuii, up ttalri.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SKIPRNOK-cornffrNlnth and Walnut tt,
i honw-froni a.m. to 12 m., aod p.ra
HKTUHNS FJIOM TlIJi KI,K('.
INUISIISOIjL ULEOTHD GOV.
KHN'Oll OK CONNKCTICUT.
DBMOOKATIC MAVOllt: KLKC
TKI) IN COLU.MBUS, CIN
Mil. SUMNEU'S HEALTH SLOWLY
CisciK.VATi, April 8. I'qll oily re
turn! give Johnion, Democrat, 1,000 ma
jority; Macbant, tho Liberal Republican,
for police circuit Judge, 1,8W; Rcrnluioin,
Democrat, for truilco of waf.r work,
1,8"j9j Canipbcll, Republican, for prou
cutlng ottornoy for police, 1!J0 ; botwetn
tho P.opublican ami Literal Republican
candlJato for city tolicitor, tbo oCcIal re
turn will determine which is elected.
CoLUitDf?, April 8. All tho Demo
cratic city ticket olectvd. Tho Democratic
cacdidate for conititutionnl convention
elected, and seven outofoloreti council
men. ToLEU3, April 8. Tho reiutti of yet
terdaa election wa tho choice of Jono(
Democrat, for mayor, by two hundred ma
jority. The Republican! elected proiecu
t.rofpollco court, truitees of cetnuterlct,
cr.J tlx of ciht ciuncilmon. Thj atato
vote tho Rjpubllcani have a decided ma
jorit. UiVTr.LAKD, April 8 Full return
from 'mi city giroi Oili, tho cilis.in' can
didate, u mjority of 1,703 lor mayor.
Tne eon .oi will be Republican.
HAr.rr.isi, April 18. Iogorsoll, for
governor, a injonty of 3.010 over
other cmitdatca. Tho senate tand
elcvun Repuciicaai, end ten Domocrati.
Tho Uemocritt, it is mppoicd, will luvo
a majority of .n in tho lower house.
Desvub, JLf.-il 8.-03.. M. Cast
cltlzdn't cindiJr.tj for iniiAr,-ai elected
by ISO majariij'yjjterdajjJ Tho R.-pull.
cam havo molt tf tho other oiQcesand
eight of twelve .H-irtn--., Including thoio
elected yoitorJ-i and thoia holding over.
HAHTroitD, April 8. Roturns from,
ovory town in itato give H iven, Rj
publican, as.'.'Ofj . Ingerioll, Djmocrat,
ll.'JOOnnd Srnit'u, iVmperanco, 291. In
gorjoll'a majority r,G0a. In tho lit con
grcdional district Cren. Il iwley, Repu'jli
can, ii rc-elcctcu 1,332 ;mjgrity. In
the 2nd diitrict Jilogg, Republican, I,
re-elected by 5S7 .nojorily. In thn 3rd
district Starkr.oither, Republican, ii ro
olocted by 1,C22 jnujority. In tli,; 1th dii
trict Ilarnum, T'jmocrat, ro-clccted by
1,410 majority The Rcpubllc.it i havo a
mnjorily of ou tho ttato tciaitc, Hnd
DoioocratK a lujjcrity of from 12 to 18 in
W.isui.siifii;.-. April 8. The !uporin
tendent of c.r'.l It informed tho Puciflo
Mail company will dipatch u steamer to
Honolulu c tho 1 7th inttant from San
I'ranciico. Mall corvico has been ordered
on tho JitBction City and Fort Keanoy
railroad hvu Junction City to Clay Con
tro, Kasjhj, a distanco of 31 miles, from
April 16, tho pay to bo fixed hereafter. i
TO HE ADJUSTEH.
TI.3 secretary of tho interior lint dt
rcc!:l! tho commiisioner of tht gontral
lanii otUco to adjust tho land grant to tho
Vconsln Central railroad in accordance
-riih tho opinion of Attorney Ooncrul
vtilliams, who holds that whilo enid com
pany ia bound to construct tho road be
tween Portage and Slovens point, it is not
necessary to begin at I'ortaga In order to
entitle It to tho lands for tho portion con
structed north of Stevens' point.
"Washington, April 8. Tho troasury
department has commenced paying tho
cotton claims filed on tho 2nd of May(
1872. Over twolvo hundred claims havo
been prosontod, covorlng over $0,000,000.
More than one-half of them will bo ro
joclcd on account of IniuDlcIor.t proof,
Fiftcon millions of tho cotton fund re
main In tho treasury. Tho claims being
aid uro for cotton solzod by government
ugonts after Juno 10, 18GS.
Sonator Sumner ridos out dally, and
when within a couplo of squares of his
residence leaves tho carrlago and walks
homo. This oxorciio, slight as it h, tries
him considerably. Sines hW rula,iso, ton
days ago, his physician has roturnod to
tho subcutanoous injoction of morphine
every other day, with tho hope- (hat this
courso of treatment will provont tho re
currence of intonso pain, which hehas re
cently sufTored at timoj in tho region of
tho spinal column.
Washls-oton, April 8,--Tho president
a libeal orin
Lojjdow, April 8. Bev. Charles II,
Spurgeon bsi been offtred $50,000 to de
llrer fifty laeturcs !n the United States.
FURTHER TESTIMONY CON
, OERNING Tll4 ATLAN
OPINIONS OF UTIIKR SEA
(JAPTAINS AND THE
T4BK. IUMAOE3 IJV FLOOD ANTICI
PATED IN THE
'THIS KAI.I.9 PILOT MKETS WWII
AS UNKOHTIJNATK 00
I Hlflll WATER IN THE illSSlS
sunn or tub-victims.
Yoek, April 8. A newspaper
correspondent who went down to tho wreck
of tho Atlantic yesterday, says tho hull of
tho vciol is broken badly in roveral
places, tind tho cargo bad brokon bulk,
with tho bodies of men and women j-imnud
between cases and crutci. Limbs uro
strewn around brokon from tho bodies by
the continued action of tho water. At tho
companion way of tho sleurago wero ono
hundred or moro bodiei, laying In . con.
fusod heap, soma dressed, but many half
nudo. Cbtldron were clinging to their
mothers and husbands clasping their wives.
Tho male passenger's, bodies of old and
younsr, wero on tho stairs with distended
nostrilf, and gaping mouths.itaring, glassy
eyes, ono can form somo Idea of thu hor
riblo death struggling to gain tho deck.
In tho sleeping opartmont' wero numbers
01 boJIes of men with bod clothes strewn
among them. Uroken stauncbeoi.3 and
jigiel, splintered Woodwork bad torn the
Doll) from tho faces of many. Gibers uro
bruised and btttered about tho beads,
which aro red and bloody, contrasting
hurribly with the features of tho othurt.
Halifax, April 8. Wm. Patterjon,
fourth engineer if tho Atlantic, who hud
charge of tho engines i.t tho time of tho
disaitcr, testified to-day thst the lowest
pretsuro during tho night of tho disaster
was CO pound, which was between 12 and
2 o'clock. Between 2 and 3 o'clock tho
speed increased and thoro was 10 pounds
pressure on tho gaugo r.t tho time the
struck. Tho remainder of his testimony
gives tho details of w.iat ho did aftc- tho
ship struck. Ho testified to seeing tho
engines' steam shut oft" and tho safety
Orady, tho third officer, was recalled
and testified to having rccolved master's
certificates, and boon In command of
steamers sailing out of LIvorpool; said
tho greatest speed of tho Atlantic under
steam and sail was 33 knots nr. hour.
Captain Mulligan of tho steamei Car
lotta, which runs botwoan Portland and
Halifax, testified ho arrived at Halifax the
night before tho disaster to tho Atlantic.
Thy early part of tho night was thick
woithcr, but subsequently became clciror
and could sco lights as ha entered tho hir
bor. Ho considers S unbro light u treach
erous ono as to dluancc; c.in see it Vi
mites in clo.ir nights; ho ulway rcmiins
in the pilot houso aftor sight of S unbro
light till ho reaches Halifax. Adjourned
A WALL OIVES WAV.
Rochester, April 8. This evening
About 3:30 tbo foundation wail of the notv
city building for police and Uro depart
ments went out, wbon about 20 or 30 per
sons were upon it looking nt tho rh or. It
is estimated by oyowitneie that 10 or 15
woro carried into tho rivor nnd tv.opt
over Illght falls. No names of tho lost
are yet reported. Fivo or six aro known
to havo escapod. Great oxcitomcut pro
vails,. and tho police uro out In fnl! force
to prevent a further catastrophe
CiiiuAao, April 8. i'orty-two survivors
of tho AlUntlc disaster arrived in this city
to-night via Michigan Soutbom railroad.
Thoy woro met at tho depot by agents of
tho White Stir lino, and by a commitleo
of cltizons who have raised about ? 1,900
in cash for thorn. Host of tho party aro
Scandinavians, and havo bcon piovidod
to-night with quarters in various Scandi
DAMAQE II Y I'LOOP.
ruiLADKLrntJ, April 8. Tho Hoods
bavotaused a rapid rlso of tho Dehwaro
and Susquehanna rivers, and great do
structlon of property is approlund. Tho
Chenango is also very hig.li, und many
dwellings surroundud. Trains on tho
Utica, Ohonango and Suiquoban'na rail
road lire stoppod.
KU.V ISTO THE 11 NIC.
MEJirau, April 8. Tho Fulls Pilot
with tb.'eo model bargo, ludon vlth pro.
visions, und tbreo coul bargos, ran into tho
bank at the foot of Foglcsman chuto lust
night, slnklni: her fuol burgus und badly
damaging tho others, At last nccounts
she was still pumping to hoop them afloat.
Tbo ono which came by hero and datimgod
the coal float whs lunded. at the' foot of
TUB JCLIA'a WHEEL
Was too badly damaged to get away to
day. look oot rort uiuh water,
Sr. Louis, April 8. After nn Almost
constant and honvy rain since Sunday
ovenlng, thero is now a rrospoct of clear- j
iug weather. The rain has been general
throughout the west, nnd high wator in all
the rivers is anticipated, '.The Mitslsslppi
At this point has risen nearly ton foot
slnco Saturday, and lo-day has swollcd at
the rate of thrua Inches por hour. Tho
rIo was rapid Inst night that a largo
amount of freight on tho lovoe, including
grain, flour, sugar, pork, bulk
tntsl nnd miscellaneous uierchnndlzu was
subtiwrgoil, and although a largo forco of
laborer Ins been employed nil doy on
dcftVo'rinj' to savo property, much of it
will.bo lost. FiV'j empty barges belong
ing to Rrown of Pittsburg woro swrpt
uway lrom .South St. Louis last night, and
two coal (urges which broke
loose from some point abava
camp down to-day and lodged against ono
ol tho bridgo piers. Accounts from tho
Interior of this and othe' Hates, iay all
the tributaries of tho upper rivers nro
pouring nut great volumes of water, and a
great freshet is fenrcd. Tho Illinois river
particularly, is expected to overflow its
bankr, and peoplo living in Iho
bottoms aro driving live stock to
Mud's and romovng portablo proporty to
pluccsof yroatcr security. At Hannibal
tho Mississippi roso eleven feet In twelve
hours, and nt other points a similar rno
has taken place. It Is feared there will
bo a great destruction of property all
a'.ong tho western and northern rivers.
THE JACQUES CASE SETTLED
PARTICULARS CONCERNING THE
ETC , ETC., ETC.,
WOKCEsTER, Man.'., April 8. Tl.0
Jacques will into has boen compromised in
a way satisfactory to tho city. Uy this
means the city comes in possession of a
quarter of n million dollars left by tho lato
Geo. .lucqucs for tho Cutholic hospital.
New York, April 3. Tho men at tho
Manhnttm gn work havo not quit work
nor manifested any disposition to strike.
No disturb inco ocour-isl tit tho w.orks of
the Metropolitan and Hurlom companies,
and a striko is not apprehended Tho ru
mor that connection aro making with tho
mtlnsof the Now York oornpmy for thn
purposo ofsupplylng gn Is denied by the
officials of other corporation', who tay It
would probably cnuso a general strike.
Tho vice prosMsnt of tbo New York com
natiy predicts its ultirn.ito succei', and
says un abunlinee of worknun c.n bo
obtained, and moro than two hun
dred nro now omploved, though
in tho afternoon tho supply was cut on".
Tho gun Is burning about as usual to-night,
and little inronvenlcnco anywhere. Tho
strikers deny having contemplated any
disorderly conduct. Thoy say thoy oipoct
help lrom union organizations in ither
cities, and appear determined to stick it
rut, nxpocting co-oper.it!on with other gas
men. Tho company aro equally dotrm
ined, and say they will give tho full sup
ply in a- few days.
Tho much talked of striko by tho car
penters and plasterers over In Ilrookly n
proved a failure.
Londok, April 8. Tho exhibitors at
Vienna will be divided Into groups ac
cording to tho character of tht-jr contri
bution). Kitch group will havo n super
intondint and vico president. Mr. Sar
born advlsos (Mr. Jay that presidencies
of groups of education, nnd of trade, nnd
commerco of tho world, nnd vice presi
dencies of groups of civil engineering,
and public works, and architecture, and
farm hnusos, havo baon assigned to
tho United States. In tho department of
art and flno display is promlsod from
England, paintings valuod in tho nggro
gato at two millions. Franco will con
tribute 300 paintings nnd Italy 300 atatuop.
Tho carpomors uro at work on-tLo
American buildings. Many buildings do
voted to other nationalities are already
completod. Elaborate show cases arrive!
from all parts of Europe In this ro
enoct Americans a,'j also fulling behind.
A RANK CASHIER CONVICTED
NEW COUNSIL ENGAGED FOR
LEONARD DIES OF HIS
EMBEZZLER PLEADS UL'II.TY.
Boston, April 8. John SiVago, lato
cashier of Lcchnioro National bank,
plo ided gnllty toamb zzllng tho funds of
thu bank, nnd will bo'sontoncod in May,
' DIED or I3 WOUNDS.
Cincinnati, April 8. Luke Leonard,
who was shot by odour Gbmson in n row
near tbo polls last uvonlng, dicil from tho
effects of tho shot at 10:30 to-day.
UP rOU TRIAL.
llKMPH'S April 8, Unhurt Coleman
and John ICoel, nhargod with the murder
TiT'JVIiir'Nowoll, woro again before Judgo
Ray to-duy, and tho Judge decided that
unless the state introduced further ovl
donee by noon to-morrow, tho prisoners
would bo discharged1
WANTS TO CI I YE HAIL.
N r.w York, April 8, At a hoarliu; to.
dav an a writ of habeas corpous in tho
caso of Lucetta Moyon Armstrong, a wit
ness in tho Goodrich case, hor counsol sug
gested tho fixing of a reasonable amount
of ball, nnd tho district attornoy in a do no
objection. Tho woman was removed to
jail ponding tho decision.
couxsel ron btokes.
Chicago, April 8. A dispatch says
Win, E. I.ofllngwell, n noted criminal
lawyer of Llon, Iowa, has boon em
ployed as counsol for Edward S.
Stokes, nnd has gono tci New York,
. ' . .
Vahi.nuton, April 8. I'robaLtttlUi
Tho storm contro In tho Ohio vnltey will
urobRllv movo AVodnosdav ovor Middle
states to Southern Few England, and for
, i , o ., .7, ., ' ,
Wednesday in South Atlantle tt"
cloudy, warm nnd thrcalonsng woather.
For Middlo slates easterly winds, incroas-
mg to brisk, with rain. For Jfow Eng
land increasing northeast winds, threaten.
Ini and rainy weather. For Lower
Lakes northeast winds, backing to north
west, with rain or snow. For Upper
Lakes northerly winds with cloudy
weather. Cautionary signals continued at
.Mobile, Now Orloans, Milwaukee, Charles
ton and Savannah.
Chicago, April 8. A heavy storm Is
reported this afternoon In Iowa and Kan
Rise and Fall ol the Rivera
ForSl hour ending 3 p. in., April
t'AVin w. HAitsr.Tr.
Observer Sis. Ser. U. S. A.
St. Louirt, Aptll 8. Arrived: St Johns,
JU'jcon uurtram, Keokuk; Grand Tower,
Jiemputs. Uabbage, l'lttsburg; W Cowen
Cairo. Departed: llertram, Keokuk; El
nut, jiompoi,; uownn, Cairo. KMng at
tho ruto of 3 inebos por hour; total riso
iinco Satusdny 10 feet. All tho upper
sircuuisaru iiiguana rising, nnu a (lestruc
tivo U od is expected. Tributaries of tho
Illinois and MHSiSiinn nro risint-. Hln
fell nearly all day, but to-night thoro is a
propeci oi ciear woatner.
Na.hivilli., April 8. River falling;
loot on iiarpein snoals. Weather warm
groator part of day; raining nt ip in;
Hiion h oocamo cool. Arrived: i,lttIo
Condor, bmithlnnd; Tyrone, Cairo. D
purted: F 1 GrjccyWabinh rivor.
Louisville, April 8 River falling;
11 feet -t inches canal, 9 feet 4 inchist;
cnuto. staining; coni Arrived: Charley
Urown und bargos, Hercules and barges,
Cairo. Departed: Charier Drown and
Horcules, with birgos, Pittsburg.
New Orleans, April 8. Arrivod: R
E Lop, Louisvillo. Departed; Glcncoc,
City of Qulnoy, St Louis. Raining.
Littlk Roci:, April 8. Raining heavy
for pant twenty-four hours. River rising
fust with 12 feet I) Inches by iruaco. Ar
nwd: Mollie Ebert, Kmillo LuBarge,
bolow; Ashland, Nashvilli-. abovo. Dj
partod: Armadilla, West Wind, above.
Vicksbcr'i, April 8. -Down: Sklllin
gor, Yaocer. Natchez. Ddxter. Ud: Citv
of Vicksburg. "Wcathor cool; mining.
PiTTKiiuno, April 8. River doclinine
grndually; 17 feet 2 inches water In tho
cnannoi. 'iowtoats lnelo and Panther
arrived Cincinnati. Departed: Carrie
Brook. E II Durlco. Fort Benton. Snv
oral towboats are preparing to tako out
tows of coal. "Woather cloar and warm.
Cincinnati. Anril fi. Rivor 29 and
falling. Arrivod: Henry Probaco,
Memphis; Charmor. Evansvllle. De
parted: R. It. Hudson, "Whoellnc; Boar
and Goortro Lvslo arrived with tow of
coal; Stella, Jas II. Dravo and Tom
IJotltworth wont tin tho river with omntr
coal barges. 'Woather warm cloudy nnd
Memphis, April 8. Wcathor cool and
ra'ny; river rising slowly. Arrived:
MMy jinyd, Llttlo Uock. Departed:
Desmlt. Telle. James Howard. St. Jno.
St. Louis; City of Auguta. John Wood
wnil bsrgoi, Louisvllln, Charles Hodman,
p.ew Orleans; Lengworth, Cincinnati;
Mary E. Forspth, Cairo.
Sr. Louis. April 8. F'our good de
mand for low fall stock at $4 COfaiQ 10. lit.
tlo to bo had; other descriptions dull aud
weak. Wheat m better demand, No 2
spring regular SI l'J; do soft SI 80; No
rod lull $i 45yi -iii; no a 31 uu(ji uj.
Corn Armor, No 2 mixed 20;; mixed 3U
35c. Oats Arm, No 2 mixed 29JQ30C.
Uurley nrm out now sales, tow.i siiring
80c$l. Ryo quint, No 2 0li0o. Pork
quiet, moss $10 u7JlC &0; seller June
lll 75; dry salt meats dull, no sales,
Huron dull: ahouldors 71c: cloar rib 01c;
cloar sides 9Jo jobbing and order lots.
Lard urm, priuio steam up country uc;
kettle up tho country to April 25, 8Jc; re.
lined and choice kcttlo Die. Whiskey
stoady 87c. Cattle quiet and weak, fair to
ihnicofut steers 4()7c; stockers 3ljc;
Texan Z(n)c, llogs ciuns ou()u jd.
UlUCAUo, April 0. l' lour quiof
Wheal unsettled; No 2 spring H 17 cash;
tl 2'i Mav: SI 16 Juno. Corn firm; No
2 mixod 3030o cash; 3lft3lfo May.
Uuts in Uir dd.Tiunii; an - -ijf,-ijc;
fresh 27c cash. Ryo scarce, G2(J02o reg.
ulasf Iresh. flarley dull, No 2 fall 7fijfi)
7(0. l orit ia uu(hjio ojj ;, tuiuj
15 80 May; SIC Juno. Lard steady, 8J0
cash; 8o May. Bacon steady; nugar
curodliHins 13llc; breakfast baoon II
21p, both packed. Whiskey steady, 87c.
' 1 n 1.. I
illMPHIH, April o. uoivori iiuioi, nnu
unchanged; eon ordinary l6JlOJci low
middling 17jlMc Flour dulland noml.
nal. Corn meal active S3 502 65. Corn
dull and drooping 46IOo. Oats market
baro. Ilay low; Illinois prario ruiyiu:.
(NATION'S. water Rl-cj Fall.
r I ? r I ? ? I ?
Rran quiet nnd unchanged. Provisions
aulct and unchanged. Unfavorable
I weather checks out-door trade.
! New Orleans, April 8. Corn qulot
. mixed GS0obV; white C8c. Hruii dull &9c;
' all others uncnanged. Sterling 211; siht
1 t promiuin: gold 17. Cotton dull,
I sales 2,CU0; ordinary 13J(l3jr; good or
, dlnary 1GICc; low middle I tic; middle
lO&iyjc; middling Orleans I0l0jc.
A LUOKV ROW
Ibo story, fur which the special Wash
ington nowspnpor to.uly of tho president is
responsible, that Gen. Shcridnti was suf
fering for n fresh stutT ollicor, and could
not find any handy so suitabin i.i Lieut.
Frud. Dent Grant, Is too thick. Tho tacts
, in respast to the pretidri.t's li y nrc ex-
tremaly disgraceful. His teacher at Wi-tt
roint, who nail ttio Honest during to re
' I'0'1 lh,Bt U0L.wal '"J 1,1 r,,r graduation, was
, ordered to his regiment. That U to a a v.
, lbo honest teacher was dismissed from tile
school nod tho stupid boy put through.
f Then, instead of serving tbo country
according to law, in lMvinont tor
tho education bo wxS supposed to hum
received, ho was taken nt thn public ex
pense to Europe in a ship of war, and Ilo
kor the Arnoriean minister at Coti'tanti
nopte, presented him to tho sultan in suoh
torms that ho was bolievod to bo tho hulr
to tho American throne. Upon return
ing home ho was not sent to his re uimunt,
but travelled with his father, In Pullman
palnce-cars, to Pullman's island, In thn St.
Lawronno, and thence proccoded to Invig
orate his exhausted frumo in the nn
breezes nnd salt of that dellcion-ly quiet
summer report, Long Branch, Aftor .omo
months of this tavern sorvlco. dn'in
which he hoped to obtain an appointrntnt
on tho staff of General Sher
man , he started for Texas,
whore bis regiment was, and tho war de
partment has been nt great expense ovor
slnco in Bonding telegraphic Inquiries at to
his health, and receiving positive assur
ances that he had not boen subjected to
tho process ol scalping. Now he has been
promoted over tho heads n hundreds of
vnung men who aro hia ruperlof, to n
lieutonatit colonelcy, and placed on Sheri
dan's staff, and tho Lieut. Gen. Sheridan is
supposed to havo insisted upon it If
thoro is a cltizon of Ohio who believes
that story, or who thinks the transaction a
proper one, we would be glad to hear from
HOW FOUR KENTUCKY MOUN
TAINEERS WERE APRIL
FOOLED RY A REAR.
Yoitorday tour iiioutillnuer., whu had
been down to Frankfort delivering coal,
wero on their way back to their moun
tain homo via Lex'ington, und having a
few hours nt their disposal, they thought
thoy would improve tho time by liking a
stroll through tho streets, to make them
elves butler acquainted with city lifo,
ami collect aomc tuiet ot aslonuiimcnl for
the amusement of tholr brother rustics.
who don't often havn the opportunity of
brcaKln ttiu barriers 01 their mouMaln
fastnesses, und learning something of tho
wondrous works of higher civilization
This jolly and unsophisticated quartette
wero going up Llmestono strrot, and when
approaching tho door of Mr. Finnlgun,
tho pamo dealer, their attention was ar
rested by tho boar which i tbero in
hibited. Thoy startod with suprine,
and ono shouted to another who
cnrrleJ a whip with a loaded but, "d-n
you, bit him Jim; ho Isn't chained."
Another pulled out u larce luck-knifu nnd
placed himself in a sternly dnfensivo nt
tltudo, eagerly awaiting tho first motion
01 an oniaugtii by 1110 ferocious animal
A third produced an bid pistol, which wns
quito Harmless as lar as its iirinc capacity
was concerned. Thn bear regarded tho
wnoio sccno ot wariiuo derunsu with per
fect composure, and never moved a muscle
or a paw. The rustic slght-seors were
quito oxcltrd, and soon succeeded In at
tracting attention to well that in a short
time a pretty largo crowd was rollectod,
who wero hlcniy amucu al tho simplicity
of the young mn from thn country, who
after thy had been made unwclj of god
natured derision fur somo time, found to
their mortification that tho bear was
"stuffed." So tboy were undesignedly
mado April fools.
A DARK AFFAIR.
fFrom tho Kansas City Journal.
Our readers will remouibor that somo-
ttmo ago 11 correspondent in Southurn
Kansas iravo Information thruuith these
columns of tho finding of a wui;on and
team in a woods near rort bcoit and some
clothing In tho wagon belonging to a lit
tle girl. The horses woro nearly starved,
and no cluo to tho man and girl could bo
obtained. So thut mutter bus remained
shroudod in profound mystery.
Two wcoiis ago lust fcuniiuy, 11 r. York,
brother of tho senator of thut name.
wont from Independence, where hu resides.
to Fort Scott, to attond to some privatu
business. Ho thoro lea mid the circum
stances, nnd having, a fuw days before tbo
wagon was found, sold ono to pa-ties an
swering the description n man and a girl
no went to wnoro 1110 wagon was una
identified it us tho sumo hn had sold. He
returned to Fort Scott, attonded to his
business, mid 011 Sunday lett for home,
on horseback, tuklng tho sumo route by
which the man and girt came lrom inde
pendence. Slnco thst tiuiH nothing
b boon sown or hoard of him, and his
frlonds feaMhat the snmo parties at whoso
hands tbo man and girl disappcartd have
nlso made way with him, to oonceal all
possible trace of their guilt. Hu had no
tnonov fur which ho would be attacked.
and no inducements whatever to thut vol
untarily remain away. His friends aru
much alarmed about him, ar.d the snutor
s out witli a forco of detectives looking
for him or some trace of him.
Later: The dead body of Mr. ork
has sincn beon found near the above, local
THE LATE HANGING.
From the Iloi on Commercial Bulletin,
Everybody does not reud tbo papers.
A buyer from a Western town ontored
ono 01 our w 1101010 csiauiisumcnis on
tho 21st, and thu salesman in altendonco,
by way or starting cnnversation, re
marked: 'Well, Foster and McEllmney have
"Vou uon'i say soi aaiu me provin
cial with a wlso look, '-I-ailed or sus
s ... 1 ,1, 11. t . , , . a.
"susponcuca," ropiieu 1110 cieri, tailing
n the situation.
What 1 creed 'oru to that 7 ' asked tbo
"Tho shoriff put In an oxecution, was
tho dry response.
An, wen," said itural, wiselv wairitlns
his head, "Thero'll be a lot moro of you
fellers goln tbo same way if you don't
"That's so," said tho salesman, t hut I
think wo will hang together for thopres
to Show VOU." And hn 1,!. .!,...
j.j.v,uiniv m uncorK n gnora
KOVAI, MAI1, NrUA.1I.IISS
allHYINU Till! nUITIHU MA I It.
Steam Souil-Wcekly lletwccn
--cnf..', ituiiftril in l. liuoil, UM-iJOW,
donderry, Cimtlil, Ilrlttol, and France,
Germany, Sweden, Norwav nnd lcnmark
And From tho above namttl plarca to IJ th
principal 1,'allway Stations In (lis United
siaics on i nrougu tlrHots.
All i:siprli'tirpit Ntirur-'i, Is Atlnrlird
so enm nirniiior.
Tho attetitlnu orp(roii wMiing to i-cnit
to the Old Country for their friend", U cull til
to thn frroat fui'llltlcn olforeil br till- celo
brated Line nfOrean Sicnmhlp, which has
been In MicccfMnl uperatlou lnee lh5l, and
umnbert lu its fleet vino oi the largct,
wen hi me la-ieMmeamcr.') uuoai.
r.c. nitow.v o'en'i set,
SO S. Maiket St., Chli-ag i.
SAFFORD, MORRIS ,t CANDEE
By virtue of an execution to sue dlrrctsd
by tho clerk ol the circuit court ol Alexan
der county, In the Mate of llllnin, In tavor
or William Chilli Id ami William Woodo,
llrm ol Chatticld and Woods and against
William J. Allen aud II. Wutton Webb, firm
of Allen and Webb, 1 havelcted upon the
following described property, to-wlt : Lota
numbered one and two in block numbered
titty, lot thirteen In block numbered
forty-live, and lot numbered tirteen (I.')
In block numbered Inrtv-nlncall In the citv
of Cairo county of Alexander and Mate of
HllnoK as the tironcrtv ol the mU Will nm
J. Allen, which I Mialt offer at public sale
at the euuihct door of tho court-house In
the city of Cairo, In tald countv and state,
on tun ih uay 01 .May, A. l. lSiii, In
wvecn thu hour of nine o'clock, a. 111., and
Minel or tuld day, lor ca-h, to atbfy mli
execution. ALEX. II. IRVIN,
Micrlfl'of Alexander county. Itllnot'.
Cairo, III.-., March 1673. ) dlt w:t.
M'3 1IIVU" Wl UM UAVCUIHIII 1U J11U 11 1 1 IVIIU
by the clerk of tliucinult court ot Alexin
der count v. in the Male of lllliniU. In l-mr
or l'll-ey Wiokerh.un for ua ofNorrUU.
.Inn,, .f i'n nn.l I ...I...1.. II .. .
and against Yoiiii 1). Garner and Grecu P.
Gamer, 1 have lei led upon the following lc-M-ribcd
property, to-it: The northeast
Hiiarlerol ectlnii seven (7), town.-hlp fifteen
(l.") south, ami In riinxc two ('!). wc-t of the
third principal meridian. In the county ol
Alexander and Male of HllnoN, as the prop
erty of tho said Young I), (lamer, iihlch 1
fluid oiler at public cale at the Hotlthwrst
door of tho court-house In tho city of Cairo,
In mM county, on tho 1st day of .May, A.
1). IS73, between the hournl 0 o'clock a. lu,
ami m.ct of cald day, for cash, to satisfy
A LIC. II. IRVIN.
Sheriff ol Alexander county, Illinois.
Cairn, HllnoN, March 25, 1S73.
In the circuit court of thn United States for
the Southern district of Illinois. jMseWur
.... i'ini , . I,.... . . ..
... ... w. ....v.. .... . . 1... .14, .kill,, .
Notice li hereby given that pursuant to a
decree in the above entitled cau-e, rendered
nt the January toim A. 1). 1MV, ol alil cir
cuit court, tho tindcr-fgncd will 011 Saturday
tli. .,lllll ., m .11 ii. ,t. i. mid. 111? IVl'HII-
iue nourit or nine o'clock- a.m. ami kiinnnt nf
ell, at thu court room door or said court, In
the city of Springfield, Illinois, at public ven
due for cash in hand, all thn following des
cribed real cMutc, to-wlt: Tlioo certain lots
or pareeli of land Kituutcd lu the city ot
uairo,coiiniy or Alox.inder and state ofllll.
noli, and known and dcMirnaied on ta rt.
circled map or pl.it tlierruf a lots numbered
one (1) and two (2) lu block numbered tllly
(fail, lot tiumhcred thirteen (13) in blnck
numbercd forty-llve (15) nnd lot numbered
lllicen ID 11 j ock 11 llinoercil rortv.nlnn IM
Said premises to ho sold subject to redemp-
nun, 11. .1. .lu.Mio, ji jmci in iuauccrv.
Harvey ,t oleott. compl'ts solicitors.
March 15, A. O. IS73. 8-10-lt ,
Samuel D. Porter and Plilllr, n. Tavlnr.
defendants, are nntilleil that 011 tho SSlh day
or February, 1073, Jumcs McNahney. James
Hood and Robert Hood, complainants, tiled
their bill in chancery lu tho Alexander
couiry circuit court, staio of Illinoli, to
quiet title, and that Milt Is now pendlnir in
aid court. That thereupon a Minimum, was
Issued out of thn clerk 'h olllco of nuld court
again. I you, returnable on the llrnl .Monday
ol April. 173, to a term of raid court then
to be hoiden at tho court-house In the city
of Cairo, in tab I county ami Mate.
ItKUPKN S. Yocum, Olerk.
Underwood & Nocltlm;, solicitors for com
pl.iluuuts. Dated, March 1, 187t. 3-wt
TAX SALE NOTICE. T
To John Durham, and ult others later
You and each ol you are hereby no-tlll-d
that at a i ile ol real estate, held at the
door of tho court-hoiife In Alexander
county, Illinois, on the 20th day of June, A.
I 1611, for thu t'txek of the ycur lbTO, for
Mate, lounty uud district school purpo-rs,
1, the uniterMxned, been 1110 the purchancrol
thu fouthwit ipiarter or tho koiltheatt quar
tei or M'ctlou thirteen (13), In township Uf
teen (15). south range, tbreo Vit ot the
third principal meridian lit said county Hnd
Mate, taxed In the name of you, tho ald
Jehu Durham, and that the time of redemp
tion of Mid real estate will expire on the
Mill day of June, A, I)., 1873,
Mir, h 3, 1373. LEWIS PALMER,
TAX SALE NOTICE.
To A. II. lrvln and unknown owners :
on und cacti or you are hereby uotltlcd that
utiiMiloorrcttlustuto at the Uoorolthocourt.
hotto lu Alexander county, Illinois, ou Iho
sum unyoi .nine, a. l.IB?l,rorstalo,couuiy
ailll district aelmnl niininu, l,if tfii, viar
1870, Jumea Dexter becamo the purchaser of
the undivldosl oue-hair of thn northeast
quarter ol section twenty-nine (2U) In town
slilp fourteen (U),south ranse.two west ofthe
third principal meridian, In said couuly aud
htato taxed lu tho name or you the said A.
II. lrvln - ami rnrtu ai-ma nA the WCSt illM
nr llin Lfinihii.Li I.U.M., nt MAMlnn twnfv..
nine (i0), in town.iilii lourlecn, (Ul.souts)
IKUU,,nU 1-9I Ol IUI IIHIII I'llllVIJHMIMVII.-
lan, taxed In the name of you the Mid ue
known owner. And that thu time ofr
demntlcm ol uld real eaiitate Will oxolreon
U1W aaUill UUf U uiihvi aws"
AsMcueo or James uextcr, f urt"rr.
March 3, 187J,