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JOHN II. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
t'rcuelilhtf, Habbath nt t) a.m. and 7 p.m
I'raycr meeting, Wednesday nt 7 p. ui.
iibbath School, 3 p.m. .1. .M. l-aimdrn, Su
perintendent. ItKV. II. Tiiaykh, Pastor
MKTHODIST.-Cor. Klghthand Walnut St.
I'ri-achlng, hablmth at 10) a.m.. ami 7 p. in
I'raycr meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Kabbath Mclioo), II. p.m. I.. W. Still wt-ll,
Hiipcrintendent. ItKV. K. I.. TiioMrno.v.
CHURCH OK THK HKDKKMKR-IKplsco-pal.)
Morning prayer', Sabbath 10) a.m.
Ktenliii nravrrs, 7) p.m.
Subhath School, it u.in.
ItKV. K. Coax, Hector.
aT. PATRICK'S CIIlTItCII Nlnlb hu and
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 .md 10) a.m.
pers, 7 p.m.
fablmlh School, '1 p.m.
ben Ice titer) ilay, a a.m.
ItKV. P. .1. 0'llAl.l.oitAN, Priest.
T, .losl'.l'll'ft CIU'IHII. (dermaii,, tor-'
ner nl Walnut and Cro-n streets.
.Mu-s, i' wry !.ihhath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vrspcrs, S p. in.
.Ma during Meek ila)s, ft o'clock a. in.
ItKV. C. lliufMAN, Prlc-t.
treet between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath ."-chnol all! o'clock p.m.
ItKV. (.'. IH'KltrCHNKIl, Pastor.
VOl'NO aiKN'ri CHRISTIAN' ASviCIA-
'I I O.N .Regular meeting second .Monday
each month at llielr room over Rockwell
A: Cu's bookstore, Coinmerclal avenue.
Weekly Player meeting, Friday, 71 p.m.al
I.. W. .SlIM.WKM.. 1'rolilcnt.
sKCO.SU .MI.-.MONARY HAPTl.Vi'
Jll'ltCII. torncr ") eamore and Forty.
first Mrcefs. Preaching ..ibbath at 11
n'vloek n. m. and ;i o'clock p. m.
Miinljy hcliool I o'clock p. m.
'I lie elilircli In connected with tin: lllliiol
Association, U llie First illfloiur) Hap-tl-t
Unirch oi t ulro.
IU.V, MIUI.MDM I.KO.XAIUl, Pastor.
AFRICAN MKTllOOI.Vi'. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Services, .abbath. 11 a.m.
.sabbath rirliool, 1 J p.m.
tlas meet" at :i p.m.
fcKCONl) KltKi: WII.I. IIAPTIhT'-Flf-
teentli Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
eeMkes .abbatli, 1) and II p. III.
J!:v. N. Kick, Pastor.
t nv.v. wii.i. hapiist iiomk mission
XAllltATII SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar .treet".
Sabbath School, II a.m.
FIRsT FRKK WII.I. ItAPTlnT ClllltCII
Sirvlces, Sabbath 11 a.m. ,3p.m. A 71 p.m.
ItKV. Wl. Kki.i.kv, Pa-tor.
FIRST MISSIONARY IIAPTIST Clll'ItCII.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth at.
Preaching .-.ibb-illi, 10) a,m. and 7) p.m.
l'ra)er meeting, ulnesday evening.
Prcuchlng, Friday evening.
Sabbath school, 1 p.m. John Vanltaxtcr
aud Mary Stephen, Superintendents.
ItKV, Ti .1. SlUiltKs, Pa-tor.
SKCOND IIAPTIsT CllUItCII-rourteenth
street, between Cedar and Walnut. 'I hu
only llptlt church recognized by the A-
Service, Sabbath, 11 a.m. .Ip.m.and 7 p.m.
ItKV, .lACUIl lll'.AIll.KV, nder.
CA1HO COMMANDKIIY, No. 13. Stated
A.-cinbly at Die. A)luuiMa.onlc Hall, tlrit
aud third .Monday in each mouth.
OAIKO COUNCIL, No. '.!(. ItetfUlar Convo
cation at Matoulc Hall, thu tucond 1'rida)
in each month.
CAIItO CHAI'TKK No. 71. IteHar Con
vocation at Ma.onlc Hull, on third
'hiewlay ol every month,
CAIItO 1.00(5 K, No. 'it7 K. A A. M.-Itemi-iar
Coinuiuiileatlom at Maonic 1UII, the
eecond and fourth Moudav. of each muuth.
ALK.VANDr.lt I.OD(iK,'-,i4 Meet. In Odd
KelloH.' Hall, in Arttr' biilldini, every
Thur.day evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John 1.. lleveriilge.
Secretary of State Oeoruu II. Harlow.
Auditor of Stato-C. ti. Llpplucott.
huto Treasurer Caiper Itut.
Attomev (leneral Jaine. Iv. Ld:ill.
hupt.riibllc In.tructlon-Newtou llateman
Senatoiv-ltlehard J. OKleby and John A.
''"lifeprei.cntatlve r.lghteeiith UMrict I -ace
MKM1IKIIS OKNtiltAI. APSK.MI1I.Y.
Hcpreelitatlen III tho fiOth ilK-Jut.
John II. Oherly, Wm. A. Lemma and .Math
ew J. lncore.
Senator for tho 50th di-trlct.lee V arc.
JudK-I. J- Hkcr, of Alexander.
htate's Attorney l'atrii-k II. I'ope.
Clerk-lt. S. Yocum.
SherifT-A. II. Inin.
Win. Martin Aeior and Truaiurer.
COUM V COUHT.
Judge F. HroM.
Aioclatei .). K. McCrite aud S. Marchll
ion. Clerk .Tacob O. Lynch.
fCoroner John 11. Uonsiiian.
Mayor John MrLaniden.
Treasurer It. A. Cunnlnham.
Comptroller K. A. Iluriietl.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marnhal Andrew Cain.
Attorney l. H. I'opi!,
l'ollcc Magttratcit V, ltron and It, s'l.aii
Chief of Police L. II. Myorn.
Mayor John M. Landcn.
Klrtt Ward-1'. (I. Scliuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood,
fourth AVard S. Staatn Tavlor.
Clty.at-Lnrao W. 1. Halllduy nnd 1).
nomn of aldkiimkn.
Kirt Ward-.lamcH Kearden, A. II. Saf-
lord, l.aao aiuer.
ui.nml Ward It. II. cuiuiliufhuiu. K. Ilu
it r. Q. Stanccl, Jameii Swayuu.
'lilrd Ward-Wm. Stratum. .1. II. 1'hlMK
KourtU Ward Jno, II. ltobluon, O. 11,
Seatc, J, It. Jieiciui.
U. WAHDNEH, M. D.
Ofllcc ami ltcflilclicc 111 Commercial ae
Bue, (next iloor to thu Athencmu).
1 Dtt. B. 0. TABKlt.
Wiu'reme tho practice ol Pro'ln
SM.Td' in alltiio new and &
rjrovcu weiuou oi ai'i'''"""'" , , , . ...
P in all cane, of female coinplaluU a ady
wiU be In attendance. , .
Offlco, 188 Commercial avanue, up aim
WILLIAM 11. BM1TII, M. D.
' ll(tB VVMnm(nouiouuo"'.
Ufflo-lM Ooronierclal arenun, up
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
UBSIUBUK-oraerniQwi uu -.
JOA)o-ornr Btztk trwl ,1.P,hi0 'S,
. . , 1 1. . W-lntit .t.
OFPCE, BXTIiliBTia BTTIiDIlTG, COB. 12 I'll STREET A-lTD
THE PRESIDENT AND FAMILY
ON THEIR WAV TO ST.
THE VACANCIES o.V Tin.'
CON(JUK.S.S MKMOKIAM.KI) V
THK I.KOI.SI.ATL'KK UV
rlRAM'd WKTKKN TKII'.
AVaIIIMITO.V. Aliril 111 Tim nr(.i,l,.f.l
lonvcs for St. Louh to.night at ij: 10. nc
compHrilcd t.y .Mr,, 0 rant. UUi Nellie,
and (Jen. Hancock.
TIIK I'lVIL-DChVICK HOAKII.
Tho pre.iJent Inn tlllel tlio vacanciei
on ili-j civil-forvleo ooinmli.loii, mv
iotcd by tho resignation of (i.-o. Win.
Curtl of Now York, mid ,Ioph Medill
o( ChlcHgu, by appoititin;; Norman II.
Katoti of Now York In plaeo of Curtij,
and Siinual Sliellaharynr of Ohio in place
LtTTI.K KofK, April 10. Tho enato
to-day paMed tlio bou memorial to con
s'ret,itating that ni the diiturbatice in Ar
kamai during 1808, which camod Gov.
Clayton to declaro martial law in certain
counties, and cnll out the military, were
the remit of tlio reconstruction inoaiurcs of
congreu, tlio general government tbould
refund to lli ttato the amount exponded
by hor, $,00,0O0, in rpielling the diiturt
ancei. Tho homo pauod tbe senate memorial
to congroM asking the general govern
ment to make a settlement with the
Southern .MethodlH publishing bouse,
mod by tho army during thu war.
HEN. L'A.VBY'S REMAINS TO BE
IM'.OUilIIT EAST Full
EXCITEMENT IN NEW VOKK
OVER THE FAILURE
OF BARTON ii
rilK TEltHIIJLK SNOW STOP.
TUK WKST A HATING.
ACTION OK Til K HOAKDOKsri'KK.
VISING STKAMUOAT IN
MIOIlT Of CAM!.
New York, April 10. A Bridgeport,
Connocticut, dispatch to tlio Times states
that the Howo Sowing .Machine company
appear to bo involved, more than half of
thu employes having quit woik fur the
myinent of six weeks' wages.
Iturtun and Alien, broker, nepbew and
grandson respectively of Commodore
Vnndcrbllt, lmvo failed. There is much
xcitement in Wall streot, and Hocks
tavo generally declined.
Chicago, April 10, Gon. Jell' C. Davis,
successor of Gon. Canty in command of
thu department of Columbiu, passod
through this city on tho way to his post
Omaha, April 1C Gen. John 11. Haw-
kins, brother of Mrs. Canby, is hero on
bis way west to brio; the remains of Gen.
Cm ti by.
1 II K WESTKIIN aTOJIVl
Continued during last night and up to
noon to-day, but has abated. Mem aro
at work clearing tho track of snow, and if
tlio storm docs not cooimenco again the
truck will be clear to-morrow. Tho storm
covered a strip of country about two
hundred miles, nnd has lasted about tlirco
days, and was tho worst evor known.
TO hT HAM 110 AT MEN
WaMH.noto.v, April UV Tho board of
supervising inspectors of steamboats, is
now in session in Washington. At tteir
meutitig to-day tlio committee on boilers
ami machinery was instructed to report
to tho board tho draft of a circular to bo
listributed among iron manufacturers,
boiler makers and inspoctors, on inspec
tion of boiler plato. It was resolved that
tha report circular, requiring ono copy
of each ccrtitlcntc of inspection to bo re
turned tothodopartmentis unncoseury,und
that tho focrotury of tho troasury bo re
quested to abolish tho same ; and it was
also rosolved that horoafior only two cer
tillcatos of inspection shall be required on
tug, tow and freight steamers. Tho fol
lowing resolution was roforred to tho com
mllteo on rulua and regulations ;
Itotol ved, That liorcaftar llro oxtingulsh.
ora shall not bo required on tug, tow or
freight steamors, neither shall tho lamo bo
required on pauonger steamers ol less
than ono hundred tons. '
THE poi'E IN NO DANUEIl.
Home, April 16. Tho roports that tho
popo is in a critical condition ro false.
Tho physicians bollovo that tho indispo
iltlon will last sorno tunc, but It Is not dan
jjeroui. Tho holy father's spirits aro ex-oellgnt.
LATER ADVICES FROM THE
IMPOSING FUNERAL CEREMO
NIES OF GEN. CAXHV.
00 L. Gtl.LK.M DKTKHM 1N Kl '10
NOT I.KAVK AN INDIAN TO
TELL THK TALK.
-M KACRA.M OONSIDKKKI) OCT 01'
KTO, KTO., KTO.
DKATII 0 ltr.L'T. RIIEIlWOOt).
San Fkanchco, April 1C Yroka dls-
patohes of Gen. Gillem to Gen. Scholleld,
itate that Lieut. Sherwood died at ono
TIIK Molior wa 11.
Lava IIkd, April 14. The evening
following tho murder of Gon. Ounby and
la"e Oommlisioner Thomas, tho MoJocs
attackod Ool. Mason's pickets, ono and a
half miles east of the Modoc camp, The
piekoti were quickly reinforced and forced
thu navayes back, with one Modoc killed
and twenty horses captured, Donald
McKinna, with seventy-two Indians ar
rived ye-terday. Dyer will go back to
tho reservation soon to attend to the
Modoc and Klamaths yet thorc. Tho
Snako and l'itl river Indians ar. still
quiet, but watching thu contest with great
TIIK rUNKHAI. CUIIEVIONItt
On tho l'Jth of April of Gen. Canby and
l'ev. Tbotna?, in camp, wore tery Im
pressive. The troops were drawn up and
received tin remains in tho customary
manner, will salutes and m u tiled drums.
LATE NEW rilOM YtlEKA.
A rogular courlxr arrived from YraWa
to-niht. Yesterday morning while tho
signal oOicers wero engaged between
Gillitn' hesdquarters and Col. Mason's
catnp, tho Modocs got upon the ridge
near Jack's camp with a whito rag on &
pole, and imitated the movement ol the
signal oH'cers, waving thu rag to and fro.
Mr. Mea:bam sctndition was more hopo
ful. iJCmiCCTIONS WASTEC.
Mr. Dyer, tha commissioner who was
not hurt, tulographs to Washington for
iustr jctions, saying It U utolu. to try
long'-r for peaco with those Indians.
HOT A MODOC TO UK LEt'T.
A J dispatch from Col. Gillem to Gen.
Schodold, received In the city Uvt night,
says ho will uio every endoavor to pro
vent tho escape of tho Modocs. If pos
sible not an Indian will b loft to boast of
having murdered Gen. Canby.
Who was woundqd at tha massacre, is
now considered out of danger.
MURDEROUS ASSAULT BY A
NEW YORK DOCTOR.
HE LOCKS THE DOOR AND AT
TEMPTS TO MURDER
HIS VICTIM WITH
STl'.UvING MINKItS GET TO RIOT
ING IN INDIANA.
TIIK WIVES OF TIIK STKIKEKS
TAKE A HAND IN THK
A MUKDEKOUS A?AI7LT.
N':w Yoiik, April 15. Sandford Mur
ray, collector for the Now Tork Gas com
pany, yestorday Ht'ternoon entered Dr.
Edward M. llrown's private medical of
tico on tho second tloor of 'J5X William
street, to collect a small gas bill. The
doctor handed a twenty dollar noto to
Murray, who sat down to make change
and placed a package, containing about
(GOO of the collections of the day, beside
hltn. Wbila Murray was making
chango tho doctor closed the door,
and immediately struck him with a
h itchet on which a keenly aharponod
sheath knife had been substituted for tho
odgo, Murray attempted to rise and was
struck again, when the knife or weapon
broko. Tho doctor then took from his
breast a heavy hatchet, and as he was
about to strike, Murray closod with hi in
when a desperate struggle ensued. Mur
ray succcodod In wrenching tho weapon
rum the doctor, and felled him to tho
Iloor, and than broko tho lock from tho
door to got out. Tlio noise bad caused the
alarm to be given, and by this tlmo the
police arrived, and Murray and the doctor
wore takon to tho hospital. Murruy is
thought to bo fatully Injured. Tho doctor
will recover. The doctor affirms It was
an unknown man, a patient, who assaulted
Murray, but tho policu discredit tho story.
Knkiiitsville, lnd., April 10. A riot
has been in progress at the blast-furnace
of the Western Iron company, Jat this
place, since 4 o'clock last evening,
twoen thenogro laborers from Virginia,
and tho whlto miners and puddlors who
aro on a strike. Threo of the guards
detailed from tho pollco of tho town were
cruelly beaten, and llor. Mr. Matthowi,
who appeared on tho scene endeavoring
ti securo neaco, was sot upon bv a mob,
' and was struck in tho head by a large
clndor which cut a sovere gash, but he is
not seriously Injured, Two of tho guards,
ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. APRIL
John Derby and Geo. Murbarger, woro
' badly bruised aliout tlio face
' and body by omcn who
took the kid In thoatrray, and urgod the
rioters on, Tho Emmet guards and a do
tachmcnl of police commanded by Gen.
Dan MiAnley of Indianapolis, arrived
' Lord this aftcanoon, since when peace has
i been restored. Several of tho ringleAdcrs
' havo been arrested and aro being taken to
I Ilrar.il, whoro they will havo their trial.
I .Miners and puddlers are conlldont and
j defiant, and It is supposed they aro wait
ing for a withdrawal of troops to remw
the attack. The bettor clan of miners and
puddlers aro disposed to bo law-abiding.
The women have thus far proven the mo.'t
deperato element, which perhaps ac
counts for tho fact that thero are as yet
no fatal results.
SUl'KEMK COUKT DECISION IN
FA VOIt OF Til K MEM I'll IS
AND EL I'ASO.
THE MEMPHItf ANI EI. PASO.
Waiui.nuton, April 10. The supremo
court yesterday rendered a decision tnat
tho Memphis and Ei lVo railroad are en
titled to M.COO.GIX) acres of public land
granted to the road prior to the war, by
the statu of Texai, to aid In its construc
tion, Tho supreme court holds that the
grant did not lapie, owing to tho war,
which proventod tho company from build
ing the road, as prescribed by tho charter.
This land cow goes to the Texas Facitlc
railroad, of which Trios. A. Scott is presi
dent, as atslgneo of the rights and privi
leges of tho Memphis and Ei Fao road.
Memphis, April 1G. A man, supposed
from letters tound on him, to bo 0. II.
Hancock of Lacon, Illinois, was found
dead in tho northern portion of tho city
this morning. An inquest was held, and
a verdict of death from sickness and ex
posure, THE lillKAK
In the Little liock railroad is not as bad
as reported. The damago has been re
paired, and trains will run to-morrow.
New YonK, April 10. Tho pressure
In the money market has resulted In soma
serious consequences, Including a general
decline In values on stock exchango. The
failure of tho linn of Uarton-A Allen was
announced at two o'clock, causing a geno
ral panicky feoling. Under tho announce
ment of their inability to meettbelr en
gagements stocks wore thrown ovarboard
amidst the wildest confusion, fur any prico.
Other suspensions woro rumored, but not
confirmed. Money Is scarco and dearer.
Early business was at & per diora, but
during the afternoon advanced to J,
and after 3 o'clock dealings wero at J'
percent. Just before 1 o'clock tho rate
fell to 7 per cent. Tho express companios
received a million and threo quarters to
day outstanding legal tenders, showing su
Increase of S'iOO.OOO- Fofolgn mehango
heavy al 7J down to 7 for sixty days.
Gold weak early in the day, and fell to 17,
afterwards became Inner, rising to l7f,
but Anally declined 17(ii)l7, Loans 205
per cent for carrying; and Hat for borrow
ing. Clearings l'.'J.OOO.OOO. Treasury dis
bursements 102,000. Custom receipts 419,
000. Tbo treasury tells a million and a
half to-morrow. Governments dull and
heavy, closing feverish. State bonds neg
lll and Fall ol the ItKeri
For'J! hour, ending . 'I p. in., April 10,187.1.
8TATION. 'water. Wmv Full.
St. l'aul l;i ol V)
Fort lientju I
Omaha '.) .'i r,
Davenport il t! 'J
Leavenworth 1 b m
K"okuk .'i lu .') I
Cairo 40 4 4
St. LouN il 4l ;
Httoburg 14 10. 1
Cincinnati :i " 1 :
Loul.Ullo II il 'j
Memphis :i H i!
Vlckubiirg :t7 ti 1
Nailivllle !l I (
New Orleani :t 7 4
Fort Smith ,
DAVID W. HAItXKTT,
Namiville, April 10. llivor falling,
with 4 J feet on harpeth shoals. Weather
cloudy and warm. ArrlvoJ; Aid, from
Caney Fork, Departed: Tyrono, Cairo,
Cincinnati, April 10. llivor falling.
Departed: Charmor, Evansvillo; Jas 1)
rarker, Andy Uaum, Memphis; Oha H
Church, Now Orleans; Muska. I'ittsburg.
Tow boats Tom Hues, Sam Walker, Hon
gal Tiger and Illuo Lodge arrived with
coal. Tho Frod Wilson and Joseph A
Stono wont up with coal. Weather fair.
MkI'hi, April 10. Cloudy and cool,
mercury 00 at noon. Itivor rising, Ar
rived1, llatesvllln, Whlto rivor; Hello
Vernon, Cincinnati; J ax per, New Orleans,
Departed; Kilgnur, Houston, Howard,
Nhw Orleans; Lady Leo, McDonald, St,
Louis; Nashvilld and I'robasco, Csncln-
Little Hock, April 1C- Kivor fallen
2 feet; 14 feet in tho channel. Departed:
,yr. Louih, April lfl. Arrived, Clinton,
Iteod'H Landing; Hob Hoy, Keokuk; (Ion.
AnaVri-on, Tt-nni'.ii'e river; Wild Duek,
Cairo; Lallellt', New Orleans. Departed:
Grand Tower, Memphis; lll-ui:irck, Tollu
. ..I v-... Oil..,,., f'.iu'im IVI.I
anil vomiiieiui, "ikwi., .,, wmu
Will HOW IUH ltJuuBn Hum Hull' 'J, I Hill
,ir...,i....lAii,lv ,wiil iiiul ..I, mi'iirv ...
CUIIlvl liuiiJ, fcvw. r.,,,...;. V.Hll.
W. Wi Grccu, an old stvaiaboatuiuu, umj
i jine yean ago a merchant in Cincinnati!,
died hereto-day of general debility. Ho
wa nearly ncvenlv year oliL
Lvansvili.k, April 10.-Weather, bleak
aiulwliiilji mercury 41 to 4!, undnowSM
light mow at noon. Hiver rlneii 10 Inchei.
IJrii.ii: I'rarlo City, Itaxn and bargo,
AUry Ament, drey Eagle and Idlewllil. Up:
Fayette and Silver Thorn. Generally fair
trlp. Iluine ery dull.
New Oiileans, April 10. Arrived: Ex
porter from Arkansas riser with o,& bales
of cotton, the largcut load finco the war;
City ot Cairo, Cincinnati. Depirtcil. Itlch
inoiid, l.ouliMlle. Weather, clear aud
I'inisiiL'mi, April 10. Light rain fell at
IntenuW durinr day and Indlcationnof more
rain, .Mouoiigahela continue?! to recede
slow ly. No arrh aN or departure.
Sr. I.oi iH, April 10, Flour dull, super
$."(;i)5 25; extra $0 60(o) "6; XX Jews
HI.VV , in r . "If , .
ur,w. 't lUfilil UVJ: IHHIIiy 91 I bO'.Q 9U
choico 8 IZCt'J GO. Wheat nuiet.
spring $1 H'1 70-,- regular $1 30; No 3
rea iaii n lio; Ho 1 HO. Corn
firm, No 2 mixed 31c olovator, Oats In
demand, No 'J mixed !29JJOc. Ilarley
quiet,No 1' spring 80f3,90c;cholco Jlfe 1 0,.
Hye dull, No 2 OCc. Fork higher, $17
1 ' seller May. Hulk rnoats stiff, loose
clear rib 8jc. Hacon actlro nd higher.
Mejipiiis, April 1G. Flour dull but
unchanged at $010. Corn meal quiet
and weak at $2 40. Oats quiet and un
changed at 4l42c. Corn dull but un
changed, Hav dull but tinchancfd. llran
dull nnd tirlcos drooping at II(jl4Jc.
Hacon in fair demad and firm; shoulders
at 7 c; clear sides at 10c. Lard and pork
quici anu uncnangeu,
Nr.w Oki.ea.ns. April 10. Flour quiet;
doubln CJ; treble 7(8r, family OGlilOJ.
Corn quiet at ilfSSr Oats quiet at 40y
lie. llran quiet at 70c. Ilay firmer at
'J3oVuc. 1'ork steady at 171c Uacon
Orriier at 7J S I2j 10J. Lard unchanged
refined tlerco 9c; keg 10c. Sugar dull; fair
to fully fair 8J'Jc. Molasms dull; com
mon fermenting -10c. Whisky quiet;
choice western 93c. Coffee dull at 17
A MI3SOU1U METHODIST CON
S' EHT ED INTO A MODOC
I'roiu the Alta California!!.)
One ul thu most excuntric of all tho
characters mixed up in tho Modoc war
it Hob Whittle, a Missouri Methodist,
who follows thojoinl calling of IWIiorman
and grazier on tho banks of Klamath
lake. Hob is a regular specimen of an
unsuccessful " forty-ninor. ' About eigh
teen years ago, when other men wore
going wild In tho struggle for gold, Hob
turned his back upon tho flour
ishing liulo city of Yreka
and becamo an Ishmaelile by tbo
borders of the great inland sea. Here he
mot a dusky daughter of the wildernes
and breatbed cuttilng accents ot undvlm.
affection into her sunbirnt ear. Whether
thftV Wero hound trmi.thnr v urnri
by priestly lips wo kuow not, but the fact
l.n I ! .. - .1 t.t. L ,
buub iiu uos iitcu wiiu nvr an ineso
changing years, without emulating tho
examnlo of Hunrv thn Kii'lith mi, I ...iiln.
her up in the coryse business, shows that
uo muai iiku rier proiiy won.
Hob is a social fellow, and has a decided
tendency for " keords." Ho came homo
with a new suit oi', clothes once, and hfi
wife, wishing to upbruid him for his ex
travngance of dre.u, asked:
"What you pay for depj clothes V
"Four Jacls," was tho oracular an-
Ono duv a fellow cams out from .lank.
lonville to see him. The traveler's ward
robe consisted of a deck ol cards and a tUh
Ingline. bob greeted him kindly and
hade him come into tho chateau and bo
oclable, So at it they wont to play a
champion match at cribbage, the best 99'J
gamus out of 1,000 for n dollar's worth of
tobacco. Weeks rolled by, In which they
fished, hunlod and played cards, but Hob
cut no hay nor reaped oats. His bettor
half, becoming discouraged, walked into
the room ono day Just In time to bear hirn
say: "Well George, I think 1'vo eot you
whore tho bar'a short 1' ve got fifteen two,
"Heep smart man," said the dusky mat
ron with a smile of ineffable disgust;
"lieep smart man. All do timo talked
fifteen two, fifteen four,' lllmoby Hob
Whlttlo he got no halo cbeuiuck in do
From that hour Hob oxporincod a thor
ough reformation. Ho took the sourco of
ull his misery the big woodon crib
board and whittled a handlo on one end of
it, so that his boy could uso it to paddlo bis
littlo cherub alitor ; ho burned tbo dock
of cards bononth the smouldering embers
of tho family hearthstone and sent to
Yri.ln fnr Hill Vr'nnnnl! In .anil l,l,n .1
packs more. And now ho is ready to play
any man in Southern Oregon tho rub of
4 gflVnn on 11 fnr rnir nmnnnt frnm Imlf n
dollar up to a barrel of salt fish.
For very young girls, there aro charm
ing suits in blue, pink, and creamy
whito flannel. Tbeso aro trimmed with
bias bands, and huv) an ovorsklrt draped
with a sash, and tho loose sailor-blouse
waist. In black and white stripes and
grays, thoy make particularly serviceable
school-drosses, as well as In tho navy-bluo,
which has become staplo. Horn wo again
sua tho sailor hat; but. the Japanuts, and
a vanoty of sun-downs, aro in the markot
for those who do not like tho little onos to
get burnod. Very elaborate drotsos In
silk, poplin, organdy, and Valonciennos,
aro exhibited for full-dress; and II is to bo
hoped thoy will bo reserved for such oc
casions, aud that tho full-dress will not
come too often. Theso are
iiiudu with frilled skirts and
tiny overskirts, with square-necked
waists. A drcn of alternate points of
rose-colored satin and Valenciennes loco
and insertion, with a sash passing from
tho shoulder and tying at tho tide, was
very elegant and expensive, and as do
cidod a fetter to all free movement as iron
gyvos. Wu hopo tho unfortunate posses
sor will not huvo to wear It vory long,
only on some grand occasion, when
mamma wishes to show her off. For the
dimpled beauty of chlldron, tho simplest
while robe is ('utUciont. For ordinary oc
casions, plain flannel suits and figures are
tho best. Larger girls havo them made
with two skirts, and it busquo buttoned be
hind. On tho front of tho square
basques aro tiny pockets. They aro milled
or embroidered. Little on 01 wear Gabrl
olios ornamented v 1th Hamburg edging,
tho front trimmed to simulate an
apron, square pockets, and a sash
of tho matorial. Normandy caps,
lined with silk, and tlod with a bow of
ribbon on tho top, aro the proper head
covering. Thoy aro vory quaint looking,
and tho hair it cut square across the fore
head, as in tho Uaiusborough pictures,
and hangs In a fringo below the cap. For
. those a little older, bats made of Swiss,
1 with a soft crown and lido plaitln i on tho
brim, trimmed with ribbon and flowers,
' or velvet will take the placo of the straw
ones. Turquoiso-bluo ribbon and foreot-
me-notf, rose ribbon and buds with helio
trope or pansies, and black wWet with
Marguerites, will bo the prevailing styles.
These, with ruffled Swiss paraaols to
match, lined with pink or blue silk, will
be full-dress for the young domolselles of
ton or twelve years.
aJ""lTho women to the boats I"' rang
through the Northflem, and, with her of
fleers drawn up in line on the quarter
deck and her commander standing wtth a
loaded rovolver at tbo gangway, as many
as might be were saved. "Good-by, my
love," said this noble captain, as his own
wife, a bridu of three weeks, was pressed
into one of tho boats ; "good-by, my
love," and went down with his ship. Of
the few survivors of tho Atlantic, the cap
tain, who was asleep in the chart-room, is
one of the first reported.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAB
JOHN tlATEJI, rroprlei..
lot Commtreial Avtaue, CAIRO, ILLINOle
Betlbrini of Otllfo vOlxaralu reeehvJi
IlII.I.IAItD r-aloon ftirnllied with the Lost
of tables : and bar supplied with wines, liquors
anu curara oi iiienem iiranu".
(Open Day and Night.)
J. K. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and.Oth Mreet",
-MEALS ATA LI. IIOUH3.
A line new Dining Hall with every con
venience ban been added to thlt popular
ItcKlauraut, and the guenta will iluu eery
requisite lor their accomodation.
THE 1111.1. QF FARE
conl-U of every aubstantial aud delicacy ol
nupplled with the
CHOICEST LlQUORSiWlNES & CIGARS
tSTMIxed drinks prepared with care.
FOU SALE, 1 For gal. fKOR SALR
' I For Hale 1
ALE. j fortuia YOU HA LB
Faro from LiviRroor,
Fare from Lokdcndkbat
Faro from Glapoow,
Fare from Quxknhtowm
TO CAIRO, ; : : s : : : 4 B ap
afford, Moi 4 CanJ Agtnti.
l.iri.iol New. Turk abd PhllaJflphia
CHDia cosraser wire i sited stitis isii aauua
Kor CarryiOK the Malls
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rratusa laroanmoa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALK, Aot
16 Broadway, Nsw-Yors, rto
Washington Attnns Cairo, llllnuis.
Aud buy your
Cur. Teutb al ret land Commercial A v.
I am now prepared to manufacture all
spring styles, such as patent leather, morroco,
buck and calf-skin boots. Shoes, with box
toes, cork and pump oles, Scotch bottoms,
nnd bevel edjro or any ollir lylo rou "!?''
1 am also iiiatiufacturliit,' an extra quality
of ladles shoes. My material and work
manship aru warranted to bo ol the best. 1
am determined to not bo uudersold lor the
same quality ol Roods.
Keiulrlntr done neatly and on abort
noti,-,. R. Josses.
NEW YOIIK STOaIk;,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOMT YAKIXTT STOCK IN TUB CITY
GOODS SOLD VKRY OLObK.
Corner of Nlsseteesitti trootsuad Com
0. O. PAT1KK
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to n ills rrntu-.ei with Ih
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OQ AT i.
OltDKltS left at llalllday Bro. office, 7
ouio lkvxk. or at the Coal Yard below tlxo
... .IL. I I ..... 1 ...111 I . ...A..
' tlon. The Tea ''Momtauk" will bruitf coul
languue w teamen at any hour.
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
1'llOSl'ECTUS FOIt 1873.-SIXTU Yt'AJl
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In advance for the year 1B73, will receive,
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even to those best acquainted with, the
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proved mechanical appliances. (For illus
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