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JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
Preaching, Habbattral 1 J a.m. and 7) ti.tu
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at7J p. in.
labbata School, 3 p.m. J. 31. Lansdcn, Su
perintendent. Hkv. II. ThaYkr, Pastor
METHODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Sin.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10 a.m., and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday,? p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. U. W. btlUwcll,
Huperlntcndcnt. ltr.v. F. h. TnoMi-soM,
cnuncii op the iiedeemkji-ei'-
ornlng prayer. Sabbath 10 a.m.
Evening prayers. 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, l a.m.
Kiev. E. Coajc, Hector. !
T. PATHICK'8 CHURCH Ninth St. and
1'ubllc oorvlca, Sabbath 6.10 and 10 a.m.
venier, I p.m.
fiabbaUt School. 2 p.m.
i:rvlce every day, 8 a.m. '
ItKV. 1'. .1. O'llALLOKA-V, Priest.
T. JOSEPH'S CHUItCII.-Gcrmsu,) r0r
nor of Walnut and Cross street.
Man, every Sabbath at 19 o'clock a. m.
Vespers, 1! p. m.
Mas during week days, 8 o'clock a. in.
Ituv. 0. Hoffman, Prle.-t.
street between Washington Avenue nnd
vt ainui iirvei.
Preaching Sunday morning nt 10 o'clock.
r'abbitn school at i! o'clock v. tu
lt lia-t- llvtvitM l..knc '
A II tll.tJlllU) AM V .
MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA-
HON. Kegular meeting t-econd Monday ;
each mouth at their room over Itockwcll '
it Co a book store, Commercial avenue. ,
Weekly Prayer meeting, Prlday, 7 p.m. at f
he mom. '
i.. W. Stii.mvell. ProIdent. j
SECOND illSSIONAItV HAPTIST
(,'HUHCH. Comer Syeiimor and Potty- '
flnt dtroct-. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and 3 o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock n. m.
The church U connected with the lllinolx
Anwjclatlou, by tho I'lm Missionary Hap-
tUt Church ol Cairo. I
Hkv. Solomon I.r.o.VAiiti. Pator.
AI'HICAN METHODIST. Kourtecnth, be
twecn Walnut and Cedar. t
Senlcra, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
S.Vjbath School, 1 p.m.
Cias meetil at 3 p.m.
SECOND KKI'.i: WILL HAITIST'-Klf-
tpctith Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Scnlcca Sabbatli. 1 and 3 p. m.
ItF.v. '. Kicks, Pastor.
Kit EE WILL I1APT1ST HOME MISSION
SAU1IATH SCHOOL.- Corner AValnut
mil Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School, 9 a.m.
r lllST KItEE WII.I. HAPTIST CUCltCH
Services, Sabbath 11 u.m., 3p.m. A 7 p.m.
ItKV. Wit. KKU.KV, l'attor.
PIHBT MISSIONAUV Il.UTIST CHUUCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth SH.
lrcachln,' Sabbatli, 10 a,ia. and 7 p.m.
, i nuay uvcuinp.
Sabbath School, 1 p. in
and Man- Btcnheiu. Surcriutndcnti.
ItEV. T. J. Shores, Pattor.
SECOND HAPTIST CHUItCH-Fourtocnth
Street. Ietwccn Cedar and Walnut. The
only Uaptlkt church recognized by tho As
sociation. Service', Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Itrv. Jacou Hradi.f.v, Elder,
- SECRET ORDERS.
i A1UO COMMANDEUY, No. 13. Stated
Aeinbly at the Aaylum Maaonlc Hall, tint
and third Monday In each mouth.
JAIltO COUNCIL, No.'JI. Uctfular Convo
cation at Matonlc Hall, the accond Friday
lu each month.
CAlltO C1LVPTEH No. 71. Itcsular Con
vocation at Matonlc Hall, on the third
Tuciday ol every month.
CAHtO LODGE, SO. '231 F.&A. M. l'cicu
lar Commuulcatloua at Masonic Hall, the
econd and fourth Mondayaof each month.
THE OUU.t tl.LUW3.
ALEX.VNDE11 LODGE, Wl-Mccta In Odd
Pellows Hall, in Artcr'a bulldlne. i-vcry
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Oovornor John L. Uccridgc.
Socretary of State Georjje H. Harlow.
Auditor or State 0. E. Llnplncott.
State Treasurer Caper Kuu.
Attorney General James K. Edsall.
Pupt. Public Inatructlon Newtou Hatemm
Senatora Itlchard J. OgIeby and John A.
Koprcscutatlvo Eighteenth Dlitxlct Iace
MEMHEItS GENEHAL ASSEMDLY.
IlcprcscntatUcs In the Wth dlsflct.
John H. Oberly, ffm. A. Lemma and Math
ew J. Inscore.
Senator for the Wth district. Jetsc YA arc.
for the State-at-Lorge S.
Judgo D. J. linker, of Aloxandcr.
State' Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk It. S. Yocum.
Sheriir-A. H. Irvin.
Win, Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge P. 41rois.
Associate J. E. McCrlto and H. .Mhi
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Govimau.
MUNICIPAL OOVEUNM KNT.
Mayor John M. Lansden.
Treasurer II. A. Cunningham,
Comptroller E. A. llurnett.
Clerk Michael Howloy.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attornoy P. II. Pope.
Pollco MogMrriteii K. llro ami II. Shan
Chief of Pollco L. II. Myers.
Mayor Johu M. Lansden.
KlrU Wnrd-P. O. Sclmh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Slants Taylor.
City-at-Largo W. P. Hnflldny ml D.
DUAltU ui' Ai.m.ii.ni...
vint Ward -.lames Kcardon. A. U. Sif.
lord, Haao Waldcr.
Second Ward It. II. Cunningham, E. llu
Icr. Q. Stnncel, Jniries Swayue.
liVrd Wurd-Wm. Stratum, J. 15. Phlllln.
Fourth Ward Jno. II. Hoblnson, O. II.
cao, J. II. Motcalf. "
. II. WARDNER, M. D.
Ofllco and Ucfcldcnco 111 Commercial ao
niio, (next door to tho Athcnoum).
Dlt. B. 0. TABER,
Will rcsumo tho practlco ol his profoeelon
with especial roferenco to tho cloctrlca
treatment ol diseases in all tho new and Im
proved mothodit of application.
In all cases of fcuialo complalnU a lady
will bo In attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up stair.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. P.
E8IDEN0E No. 31 Tbirtenih itrol, Im
ln Wnchincton avenue and Walnut lUf'A.
ie lVtOommerclalavenua,up stalre.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SKaiDKNOr coruerNiDth and Walnut .1".
OAe eorntr Hlxl atrot and Ohio loico.
Uonra from g a.m. to l'J m., and p.ni
THE COMPLEXION OF THE
VENTION OP OHIO UN
KNOWN. APPOINTMENTS BY THE PKK3
NEW GOVERNOR OK tOl.O.
RADO WELCOMED AT
CoLtAlia'a, O., April 9. -Returns from
varloui counties in Ohio are so few and i
unofflclal, that it Is Impoiilblo to definitely !
alato whether tbo Republicans cr Demo-
crats bavo a majority In tho constitutional
convention. Prom tbo moit reliable re- I
turns reclevcd up to thil hour the political '
complexion of tho convention will bn Jl 1
Republicans to 40 Domocrati and 7 Mb- '
erals. with 7 countloi yet to he:.r from. '
Imssr-r., April C.-Oov. Marn. II. Elbert
received an ontbuiiaitla teccption upon j
,Ii arrival from Washington. Thousand! I
. . i.i . .t. . . , ..I
noru nv.niiii b uia uept, tuu upon too I
arrival of tho train they escorted him to
his ruMonce, wbera ho rocelved an ad
dress of welcome, nnd hearty cheers wore
given for tbo governor and Preaident
Grant. Oov. Elbort'a nppolntment Is ex
ceedingly popular with both parlies and
all cUsica ol people.
WAiiniNOTON, April. 9. Tho president
to-day tnado tbo following appointmonU :
Chailes Gupin, surveyor f customa at
Ealtimore; Etlward It. Roberts, agent of
Indiana nt Creek agency, Iudlan terri
tory; 0. Carter, surveyor of customs at St.
Toe, Missouri. Postmastcri: Mr. Clara
L. Nichols, Leavenworth, Kansas; Louis
P. Klostcrman, Cape Girardeau, Missouri;
Daniel F. llroultmeycr, Louisiana, Mis
souri; Luther Fillmore, Laratnli City,
ALKAxr, April 9. Tho senate rejected,
tho motion for tho rUutlon of Comptrol
ler Green of Now York, till the end of
his term, and determined to hold a new
election Novorubcr next, and every four
EMPEROR WILLIAM AND
PRINCE BISMARCK WILL
VISIT THE CZAR OP
SEIUOUS ILLNESS OP THE POPE.
A JAPANESE EMBASSY ON
WAY TO PEKIN.
ROY A LTV ON A JAUNT.
Herlin, April 9. Emperor William,
Princo Bismarck and Gen. Von Moltko,
acroinpanjed by a brilliant retinue, leave
for St. Petersburg on a visit to tbo czar
on the 2Sth instant. Crown Princo Fred
erick William and wife tako their depart
ure for Vienna tho following day.
ATHEN3, April P. Rear Admiral Alden
of tho United States navy arrived boro".
i Llanos, April 9. Tbo session f tho
Portugueso court is closed.
I Shaxchiai, April 9. The Kusslsn
i Grand Puko Alexis left to-day for Japan.
! ANOTHER EHDABSY.
AJapanuo embassy of which C. W.
Legondrc, UnItcd.Statcs consul at Amboy
is a member, nnd jocond In rank, Is on III
way to Pckln.
ILLNESS OK THE l'Ol'B.
Rome, April 9. The pope sufl'ercJ con
sldontbly yesieriay, but Is better to-day.
Ills holiness is still confined to his bed.
j New York, April 9. Tho London pa-
pert nnnounco tho death of William Bry
don, one of tho tbroo men who lived to tell
the story of the destruction of thu British
ttrmv In ill retreat from Codal in 182.
COLISSION BETWEEN THE
STRIKERS AND THE
New York, April 9. Tho jns men
and police camo Into conflict last ovonlng,
and alter n ihort and aharp tussle tbo po
licomori woro victorlons. Tho striken
mado ;demonstratlon on the Manhattan
Gas worki on tho Tenth vonue sid'j, but
the nttacking party wa repulsed with lit
tle damage. Rallying, a rush was made
for the Beveutoonth street ontrance but
tbo police quickly ppetlng thoro, tho
striken were overawed and retreated to
safety whore they held a consultation, and
1 tbo pollco lay obtained artni.
AKOUMD THE OAS WORKS.
Niw York, April 9. Tho Italian
j employed by tbo gas company liavo all
i left nnd Germans have supplied thetr pla
( ceJ. Everything has been quiet to-day
around tbo gat works. Tho ttrikors bite
1 given up all bopei that tbo employee? of
I tho Manhattan company will Join them.
Tbo car driven of tho belt lino will ttriko
' to-morrow for Si 76 per day. At preent
they only get 52.
FCMERAX OF 0 UN KRAI. roOI.EV.
, Miltvawkeic, April 9, The funeral ser
i vices of the late OonoTnl John Fooley took
place at Armory hall at twelve o'clock
to-day. Re vr John, Allison ffirelnted, pay
ing a beautiful and Impreulvo tribute to
' the memory of doeeascd. The remains
were then taken to the depot, whoro n
apecial train conveyed the funeral cortege
I to the National aiylum, whore they were
J joined by tbo toldler, and proceeded to
tho ce metry.
s'lvHIOUS DAMAGES II V THE
RECENT HEAVY RAINS.
TRAINS DELAYED AND TJtAVEL
FIFTEEN PERSONS BURIED
UNDER A PALING
JURIED IN THE RUINb.
Sew Haven, April 9. A torriblo nc
cldont occurred this afternoon nt Middle
town at 4:15 p.m. Tho nearly com
pleted brick building known as
the Sbeppard block fell In, burying under
the ruina some IS men. All business is
upended, and the people Immediately
gathered at tbo spot and commenced the
work of taking out tbo dead. Six bodies
wcrorccovored up to tho presont time.
A T1M11ER FIRE.
Gordonville, Vn,; April 9. A tim
ber conflagration U raging on all tide of
this village. Tho entiro population Is
panlo strlckon, and entiro families
are leaving tbolr hornet to avoid
destruction. Tho fire commenced
south of tho villago on the farm of Mr.
Micbie, In Green Spring neighborhood,
and twept across tho railroad at Melton's,
a station on tbo Cbetpcako and Ohio rail
road, tbreo miles south of this place, de
stroying tho station, dwolllng houses and
overytblng In its patb.
POKEEl'SIE, April 9. Tho west bound
passenger train which passed this city,
roturned this noon to Sow York, being
unablo to go through on tbo Centrnl.
8EAF.CtH.NO FOR BODIES.
Rochester April 9, 12:45 p.m. Search
it being mado for bodies nt tbo tceno of
tho calamity last night, but none haro
been rccovorod. Pifuon of those wbo
went down are known to have been saved
Several are reported missing.
Albaxt, April 9. Tho flood on tho
Central west of hero is causing serious
damago to bssinost Interests. So trains
have roached this city sinco yesterday
morning. Tho lrack from Sprokcrt to
Palestine bridge was entirely tubmorgedi
In tome placot to a depth of tbreo feet In
lea nnd wator. A freight train was
thrown from the track above Sproker by
tbo suddenness of tho flood, and a number
of cars damagod. A large section of tho
track is reportod washed away.
Wilcesuarre, Pa., April 9. Tho Sus
quehanna roo to twonty-threo foot nbove
low water. A continuous sheet of water
lies between Pike's hotel and tho bridgci
and boats can be rowed tbo whole dis
tance. -The river Is now falling slowly at
Easton. Tho Diloware river is still
twenty feet abovo low water and rising.
Ft. Wayne, Ind, April ft Tho henv
iest rain ttorm for 6 yoirt occurred hero
during tho IS bouts ending with tbit
morning, tho faU being 3J Inches of wator.
Owing to the destruction of n bridge
about V miles north of hero, no trains
wont out on tho Jackson ami Saginaw
road, and owing to tho washing away of
the ombaukmont at St. Mary's river near
tbit city, no trains have gonu out on tbo
WASHlseTON, April 9. Probabilities
Tho ttorm contro In Virginia and Penn
sylvania will tnovo northeastward over
Cape Cod or Thursday. For Thursday In
Sow England increasing cast winds, with
rain. For Middle and South Atlantic
states brisk westerly winds, cool and clear
ing wentber. For New York and Lower
Laket cold westorly winds nnd cloudy
wcathor. For Eastern Gulf stalos nnd
Ohio valley southwest winds partly cloudy
and clear woatber. For Southwest south
erly winds, falling baroiuotor and goner
ally clear weatber. Afternoon telegraph
roports ate misting from Uppor Lakos,
Cautionary signals continue at Dulutli,
Mllwaukoe, Chicago, Grand Haven, De
troit, Toledo, Cloveland, Buffalo, Roches
ter, Oswego, and from BlstportrMalno,
to Wilmington, North Carolina, on At
ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. APRIL
FORGER IN EVANSVILLE
GETS AWAY WITH 83,390.
A VALUABLE POCKET-BOOK STO
LP.N IN BOSTON.
EvANavn.LE, Ind. A man calling
himself ICemcke, and, a bo rcpresotr.cd,
doing business for I. Hun, train dealer,
appeared'ln this city a few dayt ago nnd
by tho usual preliminaries, tucccodcd In
getting cashed, at tbo Evantvillo National
Hank, n forged check for $1000, tlgnod by
S. Kills, nnd ono nt tho First National for
52,390, ilgnod by II. Volborg.
Boston, April 9. Tbo pocket-book of N.
Curtts, a well-known buildr, was stolen
to-day from a pllo of lumber in Devon
shire ttrcet, whero ho hnd momentarily
laid It whilo examining some papcrit It
contained $8,800 In bank bills, nnd 520,000
In note nf hand.
New Yousf April 9. Ilolona Ko'li, a
doctrotn, was arrcttod to-dity on a charge
of Mrs. Arlington, who claims to be tbo
wlfo of General F- W.Arlington, of hav
ing produced abortion on her. Mn. Ar
lington was fonnd lying on tho sidewalk
tuflerlng internally, and alio Is now At
Long Island College hospital, where it It
now rtatod she cannot live.
TUB (JOODRICll W1TKEK.4.
Judge Tappan decided to-day thut Mrt
Mycr, witness In the Goodrich caso,
should be discharged on hor ocn recount
Einco nnd surety of ono thousand riolltn,
Fort Wayne, Ind, April !. Dr. T.
S. Virgol, against whom n charge of pro
ducing an abortion was preferred toroo
weeks tince, had a trial In tho criminal
court to-day, nnd was promptly acquitted,
tbo jury not leaving their box.
York, April 9. Improved fool
flnnnclnl circle. Money easier,
not down to leznl rnto Interest.
Nearly nil business at 1-1C to per any,
but few transactions nt 7 to 1-12. Rcclpts
of currency very large, estimated nt
11,000,000, mostly In national bunk notes.
Bonds bought to-day by govcrdracnt will
bo pnld for In nnllonul bank cotes and tho
treasury will receive such notes. Gold
ranged 18J to 17f, closing ot 1S'8J.
Locns flat to 7 per cent. Clearances 71.',-
000,000. Treasury disbursement 02,000.
Customs receipts -107,000. Exports 371,
00. Slorling firmer, 7J7J CO days; 8J
tight. Governments rlrmer, 18, Stnto
bonds dull nnd steady, Railroad bonds In
Ulso and Fall ol tho ltlvcrx
For 21 hours ending 3 p. m., April 9,
STATION'. 'water Ulo. Fall.
Davenport.. . .
Vicktburg ... .
DAVID W. HAIlNaVT.
Ob.ervor Sie. Sor. U. S. A.
Evaksaili.e, April 9. Heavy rain till
midnight; cloudy and co(d to-day mercury
Uto Yi und growing coldor; light snow ut
noon. Hlvvr fallen 10 inchn.1. Down:
City of Cairo, James Gllmoro, Mnry
Amonts, Groy Eagle ,Idlewlldr Up:
Flurencu Loe, Ed HoDbd and barges,
Favotte, John Doppold, J D Parker,
nnd Shannon. Business active.
Cincinnati, April 9th. Rivor 28 and
ttationnry. Arrived: Mioncoln, St. Louis.
Departed': Charmer, Evantvillu; Hunry
1'robaseo, Momphis; Thos. Sherlock, Now
Orleans; Elm, with coal for Evnnsvillc,
paisttd down; Sam Roberts nnd Jno Hon
ry went up with empty coal bnrgo..
Ruined this forenoon, woatlivr clear and
cold at dark.
Litle Rock ArU. April 9ih. Wcathor
clear and cool, river still rlslm; with twen
ty font one inch now in tho chiitinul.
Sr. Louis, April 0. Arrived: Red
Wing, Keoduk. Departod: City Holenn,
Vlcksburg; St. Johns, Poora; Carroll New
Orleans; Grand Towor, Memphis; Mury
E Poo rhriovoport; Muscatind, Galena;
Bed wing, Poorcn; Rod Roy, Keokuk.
Another riso to.day and cousidorablo drift
running. Weather cleHr and cool.
New Orleans, April 9. Arrived: In
diana, Evansvlllo; Atlantic nnd hnrgos.
St. Louis; John Howard. Arkansas rivor
Departed: Loultvlllo, Cincinnati; R E
Leo. Louisville. Weather closir nnd ploas-
""nashville, April 9. River falling
slowly, with 7 foot scant on harputh
shosls. Wheathor cloudy tho groator
part of tho day, but clear nnd cool to
night. Arrlvod: Burksvillo, Horpoth
Shoals. Doparted: Burksvillo, Ohio
VlTTSHURo, April 0. Rivor Ml lti feet
with 0 Inohos In tho cannol. Arrived:
Juniata, Cincinnati. Ironsides nnd Hor
net departed this evening with cargoes
for St. Louis. Ram has fallen tteadlly
filnco 1 P',n
Vinitanunu. April 0. -Dowti: Smoky
niiv and barcct nnd Belle Leo. Up:
Future CltT nnd barges, Milchel and
Canltol City. Wcathor clear nnd cool.
T.nniaviLLE. Aorll 0. Falltnc, 10 feet
A slight snow fell tbit morning, but it is I
I clear and cool to-night. Business it dull. ,
Arrivod: Alaska and Mary Houston, Now
Orleans; Arlington, Memphis; Rote Illto,
Evansvlllo; Boa and S S McDonald, Pitts
burg. Dipartotl: Alaska, Cincinnati; Ar
lington und Boss, Pituburir; Mary Ann,
Vicktburg. Down to.nighti Blaekmore,
Pittsburg; Allco Brown, Memphis; John
Dippold, Cairo; Lawrence, Nashville;
Oarroll and barges, Now Orleans to
Whoeling. City of Cairo while landing
nt Grand Viow sunk tho wharlboat at
tbnt place; lots $3,600.
Mxui'iilo, Apall 9. Weather cool and
clcaa. Ilsver rising slowly. Arrived:
John B Maude, Now Orlcanr. Doparted:
Richmond last night and Henry Ames
this morning, New Orleans: Cleburne.
White rivor; Julia, Vicksburjr; Ornicent
City, St. Louis; Mary B6id, ArkV;ai
rlrer; Andy Baum, Cincinnati.
Msui-IMB, April 9. Cotton quiet, good
ordinary lCj16jc; low middling 17J
ISc. Flour dull. Corn meal dull, droop
ing $2 GJ. Corn weak GJ5Cc. Oats
fair demand, h ghcr 43ffillc. Hay dull
western mixed iO25. Bran dull, nom
inal. Bacon a ii II and lowor; shoulder He.
sides 0j0jc. Lnrd dull. Pork scree
nnd una n$c.
Chicago. April 9. Flour aulet. Wheat
dull nnd unsettled and a tlmdo lower;
No '.' tprldg 1 1CJ; regular 1 19 cash;
1 21Sl 211. mv No 3 1 07. Corn
steady No 2 mixed 30305 cash; 34 J
3IJ may. Oatt quiet nnd weak No 2 24
cash; 281(228 may. Ryo quiet and
weak at 02(n)i4e for regular and freth.
1 and nomlnnl No 2 full 74 J
ioc. Provisions quiet; pork snld nt 15 70
Provisions quiet: pork snld nt 15 To
may; is I'j Juno. Lard eteadv nt 81
cash; 8 may. Bulk moats quiet and un
changed. Bacon quiet. Whisky quiet
and weak nt ecc.
New York, April 9. Flour in modor-
ato demand; suporflno SO 10 0 CO; oom
mon t) good $G 9007 CO; good to cholco
ia; wnito wuoat oxtrn ia ic(oi
10 CO. Whiskoy
nulet nt 00'ffiClc,
Wheat In bettor
request No 2 spring
$1 4201 CO; red western 80o white do
SI 97(5)2 00. Rye quiet. Barloy quiet
whlto westoru Si 00. Corn steady fair
'domnnd new western mixed C3(J0tjc; old
ifiwat-usjcTin storocsfiOJjq wnito C3((u
yollow C4l0C5c. Oats stendy fair
domnnd, now western mixod CO0C3)c;
oiu bztr, wnito western 62Q0vc. Coiieo
tteadv. Sugar and molasses firm. Pork
firmer, new mess $17 35(3)17 '40; prima
$17. Beef quiet, prime 9011c; qxtra 12
01Jc. Shoulders 7 jc; middles steady,
long anu sncrt clear April yjc; snort
clear 9c. Lard ttesdr, western steam 8J
09c; kettle 9 Jo.
New Orlean-k, April 9 Flour dull
XXX SO 750 7 75; family $99 76.
Corn weaker 6C0C7c. Oats 44Cc.
Bran qulo", 8oc Hay dull, prime $25
Pork null, mess S17; dry talt meats 8)0
91010c; httTnt tlrmor 14Jc. Lnrd quiet,
refined tlorco $3 87i; kec $9 60(5,9 87.
Sucar dull, cood to fully fr.lr !Cf8!
prime 9c. Molasses oulot, plantation re
fined C2c. Whlskor dull 90095c. Coffee
Steamer Bullo Momphis, Memphis
" Diamond, New Orloans
" DeSmet, Red river
'' Sam Huberts, Louisvlllo
" John Lumtden, Nashville
' Llborty, Loulsvlllo
41 Savanab, St. Loult
" Orafton, St. Loult
" .Tamci Howard, Nov Orlcnna
" Naomi, South
" RE DeRunoy. South
" Jim Fisk Jr, Paducnh
' Illinlos, Columbus
" Continental, New Orleant
" E C Elliot, St. Louis
' Quickstep, Evansvlllo
Steamer Bnllo Memphis, St. Louis
11 Diamond, Loultvlllo
" DoSmct, St. Louis
" Sain Roberts, St. Louis
" Liberty, Louisville
11 Savannuh, Pittsburg
" Grafton. Souih
11 James Howard, St. Louis
R E Doltuity, Mound City
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah
" Jno GUmore, Nashville
" Illinois, Columbus
" Continental, St. Louis
" Great Itopubllc, New Orleans
" E O Elliott. Momphis
" Quickstep, Evnnville
fOSDITION Ol' THE RIVERS.
Tho rlso In tho Ohio during the past 24
hours was twonty-soven and n half
Inches. Tho Mississippi is swelling last
nnd considerable inoro water may bo ex
pected in nil tho rlvort. Tho recent rain
was gonoral and till tributaries of tho Ohio
and Mississippi rre running out hank
Special dispatcbos to Tin: Bulletin
report tho condition of tlm riven at vari
lIUSI.Nr.sH AND WEATHER.
lluslnea bn tho levee wn fair' during
Tho woathur was clua'.' nnd oiiol
Tho City of Chester hvl 1 1,00') dozun
eggs for McmphH on Her present trip
Tho Put Rogers discharged about !J0
tons freight for Rod rivor, nnd added 100
tons for Memphis. ,
Captain Pegram of the Jamoi Howard ,
left his boat hero mid wont to St. Louis
4tVho Savancih ImJ 2 baiiK of iron ore
Tho Elliott nrrlvod on tlmo last ovonlng i
bringing out n vory good trip.
The Bollo Momphis passed up for St.
Tho llttlo steamer Naomi Is used by
Dan Rico n nn iidvortlring boat for bit
The Quickstep brought down it light
trip. Mr. A. L. Shotwell, of Shotwoll's
coal mlnct, was ono of her passenger.
A LIBERAL PROPOSITION.
Tho 'Flounder' notices n proposition
sas, by Johnson & Clements, starch manu- . To any iWBtt .."''""K"
facWers, to erect a corn-.tarch lgJg
thero, provldtd the county In its corpor. xudrin In perfect wuttdenetr
ate capacity will do the following things: AU Wm. Warhxn,
1. To glvo thtm 3J,000 In oasb. Wtit Koutth street. Naw York,
2. To give them five specified neres of 2528w8m
mauu to mo county oi wvuuuriu,
land in the
citr of Leavtnworlh. on i
wuich to erect buildings.
3. To exempt their land, buildings, ,
machinery, and tmprovsments of orery j
kind from nil city luxation and msoss
menu. 4. To construct, "in such manner as.
Johnson & Cloments may direct," a suit- ,
ablo track and switch connecting the fac
tory with the railroad, nt the cxpenao of
B. To give thorn "satisfactory security
(personal or othorwlse, as they may deem
best) that said monoy will be promptly
Tim 'Financier' thinks it was an over
sight that Johnson & Clemontt did not
ask tho count; to furnish tho torn to
make the starch of. Having required the
rojnty'to furnish the land, bulldlniTs.and
'ltdo tracks, nnd to exempt tho properly
from ordinary taxation and special assos
tnctits, it was certainly gross care1estnes
not to linvo stipulated for the corn. It
might hnvo ben well to provide, nlso,
inaiinor.ity oi jcavenworiii tliould pay
sue wages oi me operative lor too lint
Tho Leavenworth 'Commercial Cav. r.
this scheme, uti tho ground that the fac
tory will expend $100,000 per annum for
corn, nnd thut furnish n linmo market fur
that Important ttxple. Lnforlurnlely,
Mcirs. Johnscn & Clement do m.t stlnu-
late to expend even ono dollar rer annum
for corn. In order that tfio people
of Leavenworth ard vicinity may realir.o
all that they oxpect from tbo contem
plated starch factory, thoy should reoulro
Johnson & Clomentt to givo bonds that
thoy will bHy $ 100,000 worth ofoorn per
annum. Then, if there Is no market for
the starch, they can throw it into the Mia- ,
souri river, but Leavenworth nnd tho ag
ricultural community "will bo enriched by 1
tho constant purchases of Johnson & '
Clomonts. Aud thus tho great doctrine I
of protection to homo Industry .
would receive a new Illustration. 1
THE TESTIMONIAL TO THE
iNcw York Evening Post.
Thu ttircu presentation ttta of silver-
waru ordered bv tho United States irovern-
mont, nnd manufactured by Mestra. Ti
fny, as testimonials to thu arbitrators ot
the Alubanm claims, aro now on exhibi
tion at their snlc-roomi, Union square, i
Each set consists of fivo objects, nnmely. a
centre piece, two candclbra and n pair of
vatea. llioy aro Inscribed in futntiincii
"Thu United Status of Amcriun to the -
arbitrators Vicomte d'ltajubu, Count ,
Fredcrio Sclopis and Mr. J. Suumpfit 1
tho arbitrators under tho provi-ions of ,
Article I, of tho treaty between tbo
United States and her Britaulc Mn estv. !
concluded nt Washington, May b, 1871, at
a mark ot tbelr appreciation oi ma uig- ,
nity, learning, ability and impartiality 1
with which they discharged thuir arduous i
duties at Geneva."
The cintro piece of cuch tut is r. ms
sivo punch bowl, supported by lion' feet,
with a head at the top. The h ia urna
in on tod with cymbals und other miiiivu) ,
Instruments. Un ollher sldn nf thn rim of
the bowl are satyrs' heads. The frieze is
ornamented with a running vine, which
also represents the grape. The randel-
bru aro of twelve lights each, supported
by n woman. Tho vatea nre tqunro in
form, supported on lions' feet nnd orna-
mentcd with flgurot of ngrictilt'ir and '
commorco in bnsso relievo.
Tbo designs for tbo servico uro ull now,
nod made under tho immediate suporvio- ,
ion of tho manufacturers. Evory object '
la decorated in the richost manner, und
finished in the stylo known as parcol gilt
and salln finish. Wo should liavo pre
ferred to too tomo of the ornamontnl de
signs drawn from American plants and
figuros typical of our country, bnt at Ills
wo accept mem simply at worus ot art,
ana as sucu tnoy arooreaiinbioto tno na
tion and manufacturers Tbo weight of
each torvlce It 3,384 ounces.
TIih casta In which they aro to bo for
warded to their destination aro mado from
solid red mahocony, bound with bronzo
fastenings and lined with green silk vel
vet. They aro vory masive, and are also
or tbo Messrs. Tinany s manufacture.
Tho distinguished gentlemen to whom 1
th'so sorvicos aro to be presented may i
be congratulated on bolng the nclplontt
of inch beautiful testimonials of a nation't
courtesy, which more than anything of
tho kind ever sont abroad show the ad-
vanced skill of workmen who doriro tup-
port from thn growing culture nnd tatto
of tho American people It It rumored,
nnd ardently hoped, that these warkt will
.be promlnontly displayed nt tho Vienna
Only 50 Cents per Bottle.
It promott til GROWTH, PRKtKIU
VBB th COLOR, stad lsterstat !
Vigor mmi BEAUT Vet f tit HAIR.
Otzb Tmiit Tcits too T.toh's KATKiraoH roa
Tin IUib waaflrH placed In th market by IToff aaor
K. Tboma Lyon, a nadaate of Princeton CoUcgo.
Tlie name ladahmf from tae (Ircek "Kiinao."
(isnlfjlnf to etianit, jwrly. ngurcnalr, orrtttort.
Tno favor It baa received, and Uie poulanty it Um
ulilained. It unprecedented and Incredible. It In.
cruaee th Ono wth and Bkactx of tae lUra. It I a
n dellribtful dreaatng. It eradicate dandruff. It
I rt svota tti Hair from turning gray. It keepa Uie
in ad cool, and glrea tba hair a rich, eoft, gloaay ap.
jiniaoce. It latbeaiMEiuQCiMTntaodQoiLiTT
m It waa over a Qciurza of a Curwav Aoo, and U
MiMbyaU Vrnginata and llountry Stores ktoaly 50
Cent per llulllt
Car Kiev sills aiiU fuplarNla,,
Intorms tho public that he has engaged tho
services of a Flrst-clani Wagon Maker, and
also a Firat-claas Horse Shocr, and la ready
to manufacture and repair Jail kinds of work
n this tradcVwHli neatuosk and dispatch,
81 000 IN ONE WEEK.
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
HPIRIL 14, 1873.
The Nation's Humorist
Attain In the Fleltl !
The great moral exhibition of Trained
Animals, in conjunction with the only truly
fashionable Circus in America. In th
arenlc world the monster
Paris Pavilion Circus
Event of tha 19th Century.
Respectfully announces to the public tha
having organized for this season the
Largest & nest Sxpiaiirtlj Equpptd Gireu
O.V TIIIM COJITIJftXT,
ITe will continue his grand victorious
march thiough the North and West, giv
ing two exhibitions each day.
The following world-famed artists are
aercm mentioned, leaving the larger nun
ber to be announced in the oopular pra
The Wotitterfiil AcImoism,
The acknowledged peers of all Gyranas'ta
Prof. J. It. liar I,
Who has the only troupe of Perfbrmlag
Dogs worthy the name.
The highest salaried bare-back rider lu the
The gre.it Parisian Clown and the DAN
HICK ff Europe.
3IUs r.lzzlc Marcelluij,
The beautiful and daring Queen of the
I, cm PelltH XeUeua,
i i li vely and extraordinsry Trap
, fsrmcrs, but six and seven years of age.
Mie Iioiiiiiiriil nnri(te of
Itrs. Dan Rice, Madam Nelson, MIm
m Kosirs and Miss Lizzie Marcellna.
Vi'volmtM atul OyatnaaU.
I V: extent of talent In this deputmcat
t ..i be mentioned only in btiet Suffiet
it tint the Immense troupe include assess
r.urd "Mnmrchs of Muscle" a Hollo.
, ,,. Caidiier, Miles, Messenger. Tjsw
.1.111C Pick Clark, Sessions, TrcTdia,
Hy iu, DsvN, Van Coudy, and saaiiyotUssr
n ipers i"d general performers wbosw
, uii.m ii!id high In Mcnicfime.
f ho exhibition of the wonderffl atwl
ii .r.icd horses by Dan Rice In ytjnat. M
ivcd a theme which hi NPsT1.
Mtciitlou and study df the lesraecl of all
l.nds the most emintat'dlvitwtvttt)
.lout, and iihllosopher, east M la
worth double the pflce of adtaltkjiv No
pmt.C should fail to have their ckWrtJ"
wiuies this maivflous Wbttlonef ealtt
valed instinct. .,..
NOTE. At the usual j CeaesHt J
the dote of each esJUbWoa sajv U mm
PlIABLES WelOKTMAJT, saw
nho cats, drmks evl 1