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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
OUR CIIUKOHES.
I'RESRYTERIAN Elfitd Street.
I'icuching, fabbath n't 1.) a.m. antl
i-raycr inccun''. wciincMi.iy at ,i n.
School. :i run. .1. 31. Lantilen. sti
perlntcndcnt. Itr.v. II, Tiiaykii, Pastor
METUODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Wabiut Sl.
I'rcachlng, f'abbnlh at I0J a.m.. and 7 p. in
Vrayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Hnoiiutli School, ;i. 1.111. 1,. W. itillwrll,
tiilpcrintuiidciil. Rs.V. F. L. 'J IIOMPlMl.t,
church or Tin: i:i:i)i:jimi:ii (Ki.i.co-
v. .
Jfomlne prayer. Kabbatb 101 H.m.
Sabbath School, II a.m.
Itr.V. L. COAN, ltvrt.tr.
eT. PATRICK'S CIU'RCll-NlMh St. and
Washington Avenue.
Public son Ice, falibutli 8:10 and loj s.ni.
Veipcrt, 7 p.m.
fahbalh ScIkhj, " p. in.
Service every day, s n.tti.
ItKV. 1. .1, O'ilAl.MmAN, Priest.
T. JOSKI'H'ft CHI R(.n.-(Gcrm:m.'. ror
her o( Walnut and Crops street".
Mat, every fabhath nt 10 o'clock u. m.
Vespers, 'J p. in.
Mats during week dav, 8 o'clock a. M.
ItKV. i . HOIT.MAN, I'llcst.
ui.itM.vx i.t"nii:it.N(.initcii-i-Jtfi
trM't between Washington Ateiiuu and
Walnut street. I
Preaching funtlav inoniwi: at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath frhool at " o'clock p.m.
Ri:v. C. Dt:i:nscii.N.li, Pastor.
VOt'NO MEN'S l 'Illtl.VJ'IAN AfffoUA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each mondial their room over Rockwell
A to's bookstore, Commercial aveim.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7J p.m. .it
tbe ooui.
1.. W. 5Tll.l.vr.l.l., President.
SECOND MISSIONARY RAPTIsT
t.'HL'KCIL Corner Syuaniore, mid Foil-
Urt htrcets. rreucliln Sabbath at It
o'clock a. in, and :i o'clock p. in,
Sunday fifliool I o'clock i, in.
Thu cliurcli l colincctfd with the llllliol"
Aociatlnii, by tbc Flrt Ml-lonsry ll.ii
tltt Church ot luiro.
ltnv. Solomon l.KuNAiii), Pastor.
A Fit I CAN METHODIST. 1'ourteeuth, be
twecn Walnut mid Cedar.
Srrvlccs, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
S'a'jbatii School. 1J p.m.
Clai meet at 3 p.m.
SECOND Flti:i: WILL IIAPTIST'-Fif. i
irentli .Street., between Walnut and C edar.
Venice Sabbath, 1) and 3 p. m.
ItKV. N. RiCi, I'u'tor.
free will raiust homi: mission
hAllllATIl SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedur Street".
habbath hcuool, t a.m.
riltsT KltKK WILL HAl'TliT CIIURCII
-Curry's liarracki
( nice, Sabbath 11 a.m., ."p.m. A:7ip.m.
Hkv. Wi. Kkllkv, l'u-tor.
FillST MISSIONARY ItAl'TIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
l'rcacLln;; SabbnUi, 10) h.iii. and 71 p.m.
l'r)er lueetlUK, Wcduetday eeiUni.
l'reachlm;, Friday eeuiUB.
Sabbath School, 1 p.m. John VanBaxter
tuJ JUry ilephelili. superinlendentt.
Rev. T. J. nuiiLi, l'ator.
SECOND HAl'TIhT CIIL'RCU-Fourtetnth
fctrcet. between Cedar Mid Walnut. Tlw
only llapUtt church rccojfulzed by the A-
locution.
Scrrtcei, Sabbith, 11 a.m. 3 p,ni. and 7 p.m.
Rrv. J Aeon liiiAULKV, Llder.
HEUHKT OHDKH:
THE MASONS.
CAIRO COM-MANUERY, Ni)
13. Stated
Aiemuly at Ui AslumMaonlc Hall, lir-t
aud third ilomluy in each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No.'JL Rexular Cono.
cation at Maonlc lhiU, the -croud Friday
In each month.
CAIRO CH AFTER No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at .Maonic nan, on ine mini
'IuhkIhv nt cerr month.
CAIRO LODGE, No.'J37 r..t A. .M.-ltcgn-Ur
Communications at Ma-ouic Hall, mo
econd and fourth Monda)orcacb mouth.
THE ODU-FELLOWH.
ALEXANDER LODGE, l Meet In Odd
Kellow.' Hall, In Arter'e bullillnj.'. eviry
Thurtday evening at b o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
Governor John L. Rcvcridge.
Lieutenant-Governor
Secretary of State Gcortjo 11, Harlow.
Auditor of tiUito-C. E. Linplncott.
Sutd'Treaimrur Ca-per Rut.
Attorney General James K. Ldrall.
Supt. l'tibUc Inntniction-Nowton llatcmau
CO.NGltfeSMEN.
Senators-Richard J. Oslh.v a"'1 Iollu -1"
Representative Eighteenth District Iacc
CluKCtit.
MEM11EIIS GENMlAL ASSEMULY.
Rcprctentathci in the Mth illflit.
John 11. Oberly, Wiu. A. Lcmm.i nml Math
W J, liifcore.
tiinator for tho DOth district. Jco W are.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIltCCIT cour.T.
Judge D, J. Raker, or Alexander.
Mate's Attorney l'atrlck 11. Fopa.
Clerk-R. S. Yoctim.
SlicrirT A. II. Irln.
Wra. Martln Amiesr and Trcai-urcr.
coum v tuuiu.
Judge F. Uroi'i'.
Ajitoclateb J. E. McCrlte and S, Marchll-
aon. '
Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Gjmau.
MUNICll'AL GOVERNMENT.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer It. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. II. Falll-.
Clerk Michael llowloy.
Attorney II. Wato Webb,
l'ollce Maglelrateir F, Rrot nnd .1. .1.
Mi'rj'halaiHlChlcl'of l'ullcc Win. Mel laic.
110AKH Ol' ALI1KHMKN,
Flrnt ward-IIlram lllxby and J. M.
Second ward Hornvin Mcyci-n nnd Wood
Rlttcnhouc. . ,.
Third ward John McLwen and F. how
ineycr.
rourth ward C.
M.Gaulcy.
Filth ward Juo,
II. Morris. "
F. Nellli. nnd M. J.
II. Rohlneon and Wn,
WIflKN AND l,mOSJIl"J.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WIIOLESALK GROOKRB, j
MM1
M(fkt t"Ml lIMH(
onto tuvit
UilRO, IWtU I N O I .
XiicaxroEQ'
...xtdVIVI
DCOTCIl
-O I N Hi
Fort, MderU, Bherrv nd Oatab.-vVlnM
it. Bmyth A Co. Re'Vf" f.a ,
. IfeKav A Co.' rltuourK i. v
itock U ktpt cgutaotlr ou
mix Fho)i itort.
Ul
1 17717 T T7rn ininT
TMGMFHIt),
POLITICAL.
SAJifi Ol' THIi l'UHNlTCIii: OK
THIi HOUSE OF KKI'ltl;
HK.VTATIVKS AT
WAJIINOTO.V
WORK IMSGKACKFL'l-CONDUCT
OS T'JK L'AKT OF OL'II
COM.MISS0.i:itS AT
VIKNNa.
JIELKNAF AND 3IIKRI1)AN
Til Kill RETURN Till I'.
ON
TIIH
LOUISIANA WAR
WAGING.
STILL
PRESIDENT GRANT AN I) PARTY
AT CHEYENNE.
KTO.,
KTC,
K rc.
TUT. .VI.K OF llOK.t AMI niAIKi.
i ...
YVAniiiAiiTo.v, April 20. Tbo alu of
lrtk, chair" nnd table of tha home of
reprenntutivtit lock plco lo-dny, in tbo
preeceo of levcral hundred jxrioni.
Encli chair und defk oriirmlly cott f 10,
and tho price nbtnined averaged about
one-sixth that amount. I'pwarJ of
eighty tnemleri nnd ei-monibori wore
Bnioiiu tho purchiri. Tuad. 8tevun'
dck wan not fold. The po.il;er"j chair,
bought tlx year ago for thlrty.'lx dot
I n by privato party ipeculation, wai to
day told on hit account for iiir.ety-tlx
dolUr. Wormly, a colored hotel-keeper,
bcini; tho purcha-or, Thl chair wa or
cupicd by all tho ipeakeM previoui to nnd
Including Pennington of New .leripy.
71IK LOU1SUNA VAlt.
j Ni.w YoltK, April 20 A New Or
lvani diipalch lays tbo dotachmeot f tho
metropolitan brigndo tont to Llvingttor.e
parish met with n strong armed retiit
j ancc. Thfj courier ilatei that lighting
coinrnciicod Sundny morning, and ho
, beird tbo booming of cannon; during the
entlrodoy. The forc of urmel citizens
in tho Held it laid to bo four hundred.
KKVINCE RtCF.trTS.
WiintxoTOK, April 29. The probab
ilities cotr uro that the internal revenue
receipt! Will thU yor zc-;l tbo auloula
tlou of tho commiiiioner by ct least Qvn
-milt ua;, aii' lll cwni'i'up to ll(',oC01Of.
TltR Fr.EltDES.'T AXn rARTV.
CitnvEXNK, April 1!9. l'resl 'ent Grant
and pirty arrlvod here at nion to-day
and remained twj hr-us. They were met
at the depot by inil!ttr.y and territorial
official and n largj number of citizen.
Altera fine collation at the railroad home,
tbo president received caller" till 2 p. m..
when tbpy left for Omaha.
oun DitonAcr. is vikxna
W'AiusoroK, Apnl'J''. A Vienna dis
patch says th Amorican scandal itiH oc
cailotn groat cxcltomcnt in uris'.ocritic
circles. It is discussod with intj, as un
other indication of tho workings of demo
crntlc instltutioni. Gen. Major, acting
under advico of counsel, peremptorily re
fuses to stfrrondor official papers with n
list of oxbibitori and allotment of pace.
Tbo now commissioner! nro completely
Immpercd, nnd will probably rcquost tho
intorferenco of tha Austrian govurnment.
tlELKXAl' AKI) SHERIDAN,
IJuow.vsviue, April Rolknip,
Shorldan and party left to-day by steamer
from Now Orleans via Galveston, and ox
pect to reach Kow York Wednesday.
Tha visit of tha Mucors to tbli loetion has
created the best fooling among tho pcoplo(
who regard It as an evidence that the
government takes an interest in frontier
affairs.
MISCELLANEOUS
AUUANGEMENTS FOU THE
ST. J.OUI8 CONVENTION
AHOUT CO.MlM.ErED.
THE GOVERNORS OF ALL
STATES INVITED.
TFIK
JAY GOULD AGAIN IN TROIJIII.E.
ETC.,
ETC.,
Kt'C.
mi; M'. i.o i' I coNvr.KJ ion.
Sr. Lou, April 20. Arrnngomont! fur
tho congressional convention to meet hero
May 13, aro about completed. Tho pro
gramme will ba ns follow: First day,
welcoming addresses nnd convontion
work; Second day, convention in tho
morning, nnd visit to vnrioui placoi of in
turcH about tho city in tho afternoon ;
Third day, excursion nnd banipict on tlio
river. Mnvcr Ilrown will deliver th
wulcoming'mldrcis, Henry T. Hlow will
tlion pponk foo tho citizons of St. I.ouii,
Gov. Woodtoti for tbo pooplo of thu etate,
and Congressman Stanard for tho mur
chants. Kx-Unltcd States fc'enalor Hen
derson nnd other distinguished
r.ltlzenii will alio addrcis th
1 convention. Tho governor ol
nil tho states will bo invited to attend
tho convoijtlon. Tho railway excursion
to Galveston, Texas, will start on the
morning of the ICtb, via the Atlantic and
Pacific railroad to Vonlta, Indian terri
tory, where tho ofihor of tho Missouri,
Kansas ami Texas road Mill tuko tbo
ptrty in chargo, and convey thorn to Den
lion, Tcxa. Tbonct) they. will paes ovir
tha Texas Central, and tbo Houston, Hen
derson and QaWtiton road to tho gulf.
Returning tby will patt through por-
CAIRO.
I lion of Klines, und ruacli thli city agoin
via tho St. Louis, KaniM City and North
1 rrn railroad.
,UV OOULti IXSCLTKD.
Ni:v Yoiik, April 2.1. This afurtoon n
lay (iould wai taking lunch In Dclinonlco'n, I
tilth Cliarlct J. Oubnrnc, hN broker,. J. J.
Mcrrin, n lawyer, coma tip to Gould, ami af. i
tcr.'a lew mlnutei' eonvcrtatluii, Uruck hlu
In the ftco. (iould did not ".retaliate, but
left lor LN oillco, and !iortly nltcrw.irdt
drooup town Willi lilt counul, Tlioinat 0.
liorman.
1HK CAU.1K01' THE TttOlULK.
J lie uinicuity bctweoti Jay Gould and
.Mcrrln to-doy.iniid to lave arlron from an
old Knc litigation. A warront wa lucil
for .Merrln'j arrt, and tie will appear be
tore .niuue ijowitni; to-morrow.
ANOTIIKIl STItlKB.
Tho benjhmca branch of Cilspln, In the
ilown.town hopi, ttrtuk to-day. I'lftotii
out olto shops gavc tho advance, nnd tlio
nun rcvimed work. Two flatly rcf.nol nnd
i:ie rrfmaimierproinltc an early nii'wcr
THE MODOC WAR.
A.NUTHKIl IIA ITlB WITH TlfiJ
U.V.M i:ilCIFl'J..MOI)OCS.
THE SOMUKK.S E.NTKAH'ED
AXIJ .MASSAC'UKI).
GALLANT CON DUCT OF A DYING
CAI'IAIN.
.SIXTEEN SOLDIERS KILLED AND
T W F.N T Y-T URcE V 0 U N IK1.
THE MODOCS' LOSS NOT KNOWN.
KTC,
ETC.,
KTC.
THE MObOC WAU.
Sa.v Fuancisco, April 28. A di'patch
I dutod Yrika, April 27, C:S0 a. m., rc
' clvel from Col. Green, First cavalry,
who went out with tho reinforcements
yeMorday morning, show tbu surprise to
have been cooinleto and terribly fatal.
Tho dispatch itatel that Capt. Tlioaas
j and Lieut. A. K. Howe of the Fourth ar
j tlllory, nnd Lieut. Wright of tbo Twelfth
I Infantry, tre killed; Lieut. Harris of the
Fourth artillery, badly, and perhaps tnor-
'.ally, wounded, nnd Lieut. Craustin,
FJurtb artillery, mining. Acting Aisls
tant Surgeon R. Semlg, was wounded In
i two places while attendine the wounded
trosp".
SILLED AND '.VOUNDEH.
Later, 0 p.m., -'Ith. From iho sccoaiJ
I uispatcn sent by Col. Green it nppoart
! that there are now collected and waiting
I for conyeyanco to camp, sixteen men
I killed, Including Capt. Thomas and Lieut.
Howe, 4th artillery, and Lieut. Wright,
j 1 2th Infantry; alto eight wounded, Includ
I Ing Lieut. Harris, 'ith artillery. Twenty
1 thren are reported wounded in r.l',
nuni.vo tiik nam
, A j at t of battarics A and .K -1th srtii-
lry, and company E 12th Infantry, find
i Ing themselves in danger of being out
ilanked, took shellor in h hollow affording
parti! cortr to tomi twenty. No tooner
I lud they done so than tho Indians who
knW ibey camminde-J ovory egress from
tho country, detailed seven of their mem
bers to one side, fourteen remaining on
tho other, and opened cros-llro on the
poor follow who could notbhow head or
hand without a certainty of beinc
struck. Very few escaped injury, nnd
the rest were cither killed or woundid.
It is next to impossible to atcertiin tho
number of Modoci killoa or wounded.
Ycstorday Cupt. McKay reportod hi
Wurm Spring Indians
HAD TAKEN rOUIl SCALr.
Thii may be the whole, or may be only
a portion of tha killoJ, tho Modocs being
vory careful to destroy, as fur as possible,
all traces of their losie, burying their
dead in crevices, nnd burying the
bodies of their wounded in caves. Rut
few of them have baen seen so far.
When Capt. Thomas found himself nnd
Ills men surrounded by the fjc,ho sought to
I'liccr thu soldier on to battla nnd obtain
if possible, lifo for life, saying: "Men, wu
aro surrounded nnd must tllit.
LIE MKK MEN "
Hit efforts to sustain tlio courage of bin
email command was ably seconded by
Lieutenant llowo and Lieutenant Wright
Aftor receiving a mortal wound ho buried
Ills gold watch nnd chain among thu rocks,
and emptlod his revolver ambng tho
onomy. llefore dying, Lieutenant liar-
r'.i, win was similarly situated ns Capti n
Thomas, with a portion of his
battery, K, fourth nrtlllory, (ut tbo same
oxamplo of bravory nnd determination
to bis mou, nnd all fought bravely. Rein
forcomonU tent out under Col. Green, to
gather up the killed and wounded, nro ex
pected momentarily. A hoavy rain Is
now falling. Every preparation is made
for their proper roception. When tha
nows of tho massacre reachod camp, sol
dier who huvo grown old and gray in tho
lorvlco
WE1T LIKE NAMES
For their officers nnd comrndes.
Lateh, C a.m., 23th. Tho troops with
tho killed and wounded aro returning.
In many instance it Is difficult to recog-
' nlze the dead, but for somo article known
to havu belonged to them, tho Indian
borbarletio hnvo so defaced the llnoan
cuts of those killed,
THE HUMAN COMMISSIONERS.
New York, April 20. Tho Indian
commission0" 1,1 tlloir dltcusston last
night thought their most important field
was among tho Sioux inaiaiis, who num
ber 35,000, many of whom muy bodlsposed
to glvo trouble If a satisfactory arrange
ment U not made with them In regard to
the Northern Facltlc railroad.
ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 30, 1873.
xl'OTTUU TAIL'S IIIXIi
U rcstlcsj becnuf o of tho rccont murder of
lorae thief. A tiling Is feared In tbo
Uoacli river oud I'owder Hill country,
sliouIJ a new cTpcJItltion icckto open up
tlio country. Tho coinmlnlonen will
Irnvo n council with Hie Ne-:perc In tho
lumnicr, and tl iiot i xpct trouble v.itb
tho'lanmtli, h'nnkc or other Indian-.
CASUALTIES.
I'll. 1. 4.
MiLWAt'KBK Wi., April 23. A fire this
morning burned tho rottnd-hoti'o of t ho
Sheboygan and Fond iltt Lac railroad, alio
the wood and machine shop adjoining.
Three engines were burned. Loss t M.OOO.
St. Louis. April 20. The round-house,
paint thop anil oil house of ttu .St. I.ouK
Kant iD City und Northern rallrovl, situated
between Harris and Dodier struct", nni! tha
railroad and Rroadway, In the upper part ol
the city, burned 1 1 1 f - morniiv. "All the
buildings wvrc frame and of no s:rcat value.
Three locomotive lu the roiind-Iioiitc were
very bidly damiged, and one Pullman and
a back chair coach were detroyed. l.o
climated Irons SI.'i.OOJ to cto.OOO. Iiiurcd,
hut name- of compauic not vetaccrlaliicd.
The chemical steam dlng and carpet
rinoatliu etabli-liincnt ol Lanz-ton Co,,
IifiScroncl Coroiidelel avenue, burned to
day. Lq about el'.yKM.
CRIME.
DL'lltUiKli AMI .ML'IIIIKIU'.li
I'MTSiiCKO, April an. -A youti? girl
named Llzlo Ne-s wa brutally outraged
nnd murdered yetcrday forenoon. In a
crovu near Saltibur, I'a., 11 mllei from
rfll'liur,'. Her ktill was Iraetured in two
place, and her hair nutted with blood.
l'uo tramping painter named I'ohl aud
Hliideriuaii, who pined through Salisbury
Monday lorenoun, were arretted here to
day charged w ith tlio tiemllih murder. The
girl wai only 1 1 years old.
I.ATI'.It.
The (hoes worn by the two men, Pohl an"
Illlidcrn:a l, ar cited on charge ol" uutragii g
and murdering the little girl Net, were
tikcu this afternoon to tbc scene of the
murder, and compared with the tracks of
the perpetrators. They fitted exactly.
WEATHER REPORT.
Washington, Apui -'0 Probabilities
Temperature will Inercaio to-morrow in
Mississippi valley and generally over
country eastward, for the Northwest
and Upper Lake! and thence to Mitsuuii
and Kentucky northeasterly and southerly
winds, falling barometer, increasing cloud
iness acd rain. For Western Gulf itatta
and Tennessee soutui k winas, cloudy
uQ.ibornJ uvcasional rain.. For Eastern
Gulf and South Atlantic states northeast
erly and southeasterly winds, rising tem
perature, partly cloudy weather and occa
sional rain. For Mlddlo states and Lower
Lake cleariDff and partly cloudy (feather
and occasional rain nnd light var'ablo
wind. In Canada nnd New England
cloudy weather, occasional rtin, loutheast
wind".
RIVER NEWS.
llUe null I'iII ol llu- riun
For 21 hours ending 3 p. m
, Abo a
low
'water.
Chang
MATIONS.
ltl-o.- Fall.
Kanvii c'lly 10
in
b
Tl 1
I, 1
4 1
Vl
I
r
&
'I
u !
bt. Paul ,rj
Oil CUV a
Evansvllle H
Davenport !
l.eacnworth
.10
lloonlllc
Keokuk
Cairo
St. Louis
Lexington . . .
1'ltti.bur ....
Platttmouth...
i:iiiuliin;itl
Loultvillo... .
Meuiphlt
Vltktbur ...
Shraveport ...
Vathvllle ... .
N'ow Orleau
Frccport
Marietta
Now Geneva .,
'0
10
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is
17
13
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ti
Hi
Gorged. tRUlnc.
DAVID W. IIARSETT.
Obiurvor Sitf. Scr. C S. A,
FiTTsniT.o. April 20. About stalionai v,
7 feet tl lucliis. No arrlalt exuept Klack
water packets. Departed: Thl lilDinlng
rtlthrtbawH aud fuel boat SH.Oi, and 2
baraes coke 12,000, .iiiipoij No 2, Loul
vllle:0b.irgeco:d, pij.iKJO. ieo Ille, Ciu
cliiiiitti;S barge?, 0),(WJ bu-heN, in tow of
the Dcamoiid.were to have left for Memphis
to-night; 12 barges and 2litel boatt, 111,000
ouihels, wll depart to-morrow; lle.-olutc
tfiuilllllcil p irt ol linr tow on Half Imr. nv.
poets to hove tho barges olf by eveulug.
Carrlo llmok' leit for . mc Hie.
rT. Louis, Apiil 20. ArrRcd, Capitol
City. Vlek.bur; General Andeinn, Dido
rixer; Ron Accord, Mound City; Rob Roy,
Keokuk: Clinton, ft. Paul Departed. Rob
Roy, Keokuk; G lurue, Cairo; Elliott,
Vlck-burg; Itibbage, Du Ituqile; Kaliawali
and Coach, Ohio llur; llelle li Cio-te. St.
Paul: Kellogg and Coiunmiiwealtli, Njw Or
leans General Aiidviton. Mound City.
HlVer ritius if; neniuvi eivai nun
LoUISVII.i.k, April SO Arris ed. United
State", Cincinnati; Door No. 2, Madlon,
Mlnneola. M. Loul: Pat Ri ger. Memphis
Alaka. Pitt-burg; Morning Star, lleiidi ion.
Deiurted, United State, Clnclinatl; Door
So2. Madi-oii; (Jrev Eaijlu, llenderlnii:
Mlimcohi. Clilclnniitl; Pat RogersCiiielunatl
'"nvANsmrn, April o, Weather clear
n,l niratantslnco noon; mereuo M to Uj.
RiviT fallen Inelius nearly ttitlunary.
Duviii AIL'Shany Relln au.i baige I a m;
Max noon;Tracon 12:7.i pm; Maty Ammit
i i in; It E Leeft p nv. Qulkt'p r P "J. , Up:
li losildiam; Favettu !l iliii: Geo Roberto
11 iim.I S .Seal llii) a m llui-ne-sdull.
tl .....11 ,1.1 1I.. ,,.ll,n. f,ic
MbMPHISi
April 20.-River
tullng fat.
. ,l . .H .. ... I ,llllIS.I1lt
i '.u Alton. New Orli'.in-: M irble
ueinei
Iiiiiliiii'i nun
C y, Vlcktliiire; Lady Lee, Red river Julia
at I t .loeph. St. Louis Molllii Echcr,
(iiiVlniiati! Put Clelmriic, Whlto ilveo.
C sc NNri, Al.lll20.-RlverlS feet ami
rl.lir'. Arriveil; Channer, Lvan.vllle;
in 3 a nnd barges. Dopai teal: it .11 Hud
in vVhee Hit. "Towbnam I .lou n;l Veter
w arrive!" tom Pittsburg with coal.
Wnther clear and warm.
Jstv OHLKANf, Apr I 20. Alllta, NlelC
Lon worth. Loul l lllei John II Maud, M-jn-iTC
Tep'truM. Charles II Church, Clncin
lull Weather warm and clear.
VirKsnu no. April 20.-Natciie passed
and warm, river decliuiui'.
MARKET REPORT.
n umiu iiuiueui uuiinest unchanged
Li ,P"C!:V Wheat firm anj generally
f,S'riJ,? 2 Trlng ropular 1 21: .oft
1 J1 27; No 3 red fair 1 06l 69.
.orii uncnangoj; .No 2 mixed 37fy 7 Jr,
Oils ilow nnd easier; No 2 mixed 3232.
Uarley Heady and qulot: Ohoicn siuliig
I Cjffiil 10. ltva lleadv: No "2 ftWS7n
Pork dull and drooping at lHIFJe sol
lor August. Dry salt meats nominal;
"houldoi 7c; clear rib Oc; clearlde lj
lUcnn cpi-nnd Ilrmnr and doted weak;
boulders 8c; clear rib luJIOJc; clear
id 10J(5J. Lard quiet; iiianiilaeturlnir
7Jc; country 7j; refined Oe, Whlskry
firm at 87c. ChIII quiet; fair to extra
chnlco lieove 4J(ff7c; inferior and cmniron
20.1 50; Texah 2n7j5l. lloE morn quiet;
uv iiuiiyi iu. oneep inactive at MnM
Nr.w iouk, April 20 Flour steady,
tupnrnno western 1.5 5n;o 35; Ciwd to
cnoico 5? fi.y-fi'J 25. Whitkev flmer
OliJllc. Wheat Jull; So 2 Milwaukee
pringJI 70; an 2 Chicago SI 03. Jtye
qulel; western 03f5'J-5c. RarleV dull.
uorn a imiug iirmer; ncr tvestern mixed
72c; old do C'Jc. Oats, new m xed
MCaA'ir: blnck weUrn Alr.'.le! ihU
CI i-'iOJe; old mixed western in itoro 5Gc.
Cotloa strong. Suiiar active Molasses
quiet. Pork a dhadu flrniT; new moss
I0; I rlrno $187)10. Reef unehafi,-.
r''t "it 'lull; hrm I213c; shoulders
ijS.-; middles llrme'-; short clear 101 r;
1 'tu; clear lc. Lard steadier; No 1 to
priino ttoam 3Jf';3c; kettl.i 00.1C7Sc.
Clltcano, April 20. Flour steady,
price unchangol. Wbont less nrtlvo and
lowet; No 2sprine SI 21Jt 21 J ensh:
tl 21! May: No 2 SI 10 0..;n nulal an,!
weak', N 2 -nixed 3l17Jc regular and
2nsh; 37JT7i37jo Mv. s)ts quiet, wcsU
nnd lower No 2 201(T?30j regular nnd
rreh, pot toller at SOa May. Ryo nelot
V.. n n,t,-M . ,. . ..
no - u)!;iuc iresn. turiav dull rork
firm and i shado hlirher, "t!7 iO May;
17 fi5 June. Lard dull and a shad' lower
fe;(5,0o cish or May, Hulk tnoaU dull and
aihadolower; "boulders OJc; looso thort
rib middles SJ'TjJSJc; short cler SjfTTDe.
Union steady and unchanged. Whiskey
87
New Orleans, April 20. Oats In do
mnnd and u'lmd price" easier nt 43tc.
Rran at 80S2K.. Prk dull nt lflje
MoNtso" dull at oSc; strictly primo GJ-;
others uneh maul Storllnx 27; sluht
3J: promlum cold 10. Cotton n'i!t talet
3300 good rrllnary 15 lowm 'Idllns 17J7J
I'j; mlddlii.ir 18; middling Now Orlian
lOj; receipt 73 CO; export Liverpool 45:
stock 163 311.
Mp.MniH, April 29. Cotmn quiet; cood
ordinary Ho; low medium 17Je, receipt",
815; shipments, 805; stock, 3"i,l59, Flour
quiet and no sales. Corn ctivs biiher
at 6758c. Outs in cood demond 424Gc.
Corn meal eny nt $2 6i. Pork scarce
and firm. Rtcon Arm; shnuldori 8Sjc;
sides 10lOJc. l.ard quiet.
SCRAl'S.
Major Thornai Hoxsic of Puterson,
New Jersey, hm been appointed coniulto
Jerusalem, and Is ordered to report for
crimination.
It Ii tho opinion of tlio Helena
'Shield that tbc mystery of Gen. Hind-
tnan'i death is no nearor a solution than
was a week nftcr the aisassinntiun.
Tho Cinctuunilnus art- worried about
sb!r oornmiiiloncr to Vienna, whom thpy
assort to bo innocent nfuuy irregularity,
but who, with all tha rest of tho commis-
ba liL-en temporarily suspended
from office.
Longfello'v and llryunlworo recently
admitted to honorary membership in tho
academy of St. Petersburgh. Tlio oc
casion was ono of much pomp and core
mony, nearly all of tbo 80 regular mem
bers oi tho acadomy being present, and
tbo royal family being represented by tho
prince of tho house of Homanofl, tlio
Grand Duko Constantino.
A guest at the mansion In any other
country it would bo called tho pnbico of
thu late Samuel Colt, noticed that thu gas
was burning all over tho house. Great
chambers, unoccupied, largo balls and
stately corridors, wera blszinc; liko day.
"You r.ro extravugnnt with your gas," said
tho stranger to tho butler, who was show
ing hhn tho house. "Perhaps so," was thu
reply, "but you :oo tho colonel own tho
g-is works nnd wo like to patronlzo him."
At Now York, the ether day, Ilrother
Koccher addressed soma confidential re
marks to tlio Almighty concerning tho
ton of tho forest, etc. They were for
warded by tolegraph via Chicago, and
doubtless reached its destination promptly.
The Importance of Chicago as a half-way
station between Now York und Sun Fran
cisco or huavoii, doubtless becamo obvious
ti Rrollier Reechor on bis recently highly
remuiiorativo viit to this city. Timet.
Dr. Harrison of Columbia, South
Carolina, is tlio enemy of labiel with
mortuary inclination. An Infant daugh
ter of Mr. Shenard died recently of
whooping-cough, and half nn hour after
Dr. 11. applied it galvanic battery and re
stored it to llfo, but tho baby ivasn'lto bo
blull'ed, and popped olf ns;nln, nlno day
ufter; ngsin tho battery thwartod it da
sign, but eight'ien hour after this last rc
Bultm'ioii it died lliiaily and triumph
imtly. A "gontlemnn of voracity"
vouches for this story.
A lady connected wltli ono of tho old
est and most respected fatoilic in the cily
entered Luebbcring's saloon, on Eluvenlli
itreot and Clark avenue, ycstorday aftor
noon in a state of intoxication. Sho went
to tho bar nnd called for whiskoy. Thi
was refused nnd sho culled for wine.
After drinking n glass full, sho etaggorcd
back to the rear part of the saloon, whore
sho took a chair nnd remained for noarly
an hour in a state of seml-unconciousnoss.
A deputy marshal thon roused her ufi
nnd trlod to find out who sho was. tho
rul'uted lo tall her name, but after somo
pnrloy uceompnnlcd hlm to tho four
court, where sho was locked up In tha
calaboose. After u llttlo tltno It wai
learned whom sho belonged, and bor
friend wero eeirt for. Sho waa wol
flrni.al and bcavllv Vellsd. tit, Loul
Time.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
EUJ1EKA TIIAGEDI.
ami y tiik grand jury found
no indictment against
-Mrs. workman.
IFiom the El Paso (If. Journal.
a hu acLiun nt th. , i.r,..i , , rt.t.
'ni; H bill ngaitul Mrs. Workiiuui l
prutty severely commented uton. A Jury-
niHti in, ... .
...luiuia ut mm vuu tviuenco buu
lllllto.l to them wm uieiHilln,.lu iin.H..
factory, unu far ir.im i i..
t;ulltipon tho lUljiectul wimian, eiemed
ijunr i.ur
for exainnli It wi tpnrJ
ihu went out that evoniiiL' thu or u
black alpaca urei. .Mr, lledget' clothe
ero turn lu ttsveral pluees, showing that
Ihero mutt havu been a violent striiL'clu:
butthndrenofMri. Workman wu not.
iiijured in thu l.JA,t. 1 ruurd to the
bloudy drcs found In her hout.i, that,
when produced, proVeJ to bo uu old droit
klrt which tho usnl In ivh.it nriT linr
over
uiuer uress.
illcru woro itaina unnn If
1...1 i. . V ' .
n irawiiiMuiiur uy previous
to thu murder. .Ii .. liml u'ufn It u'Mlii I ill.
leg chicken.
frail, delleatu woniuii, und Mr. Hedges
Wu rotUit, active uud atrong; that Ihu
weaker iienon tliuwed nu lifn ol ihnr.ni.
ii .un it iva i corisuieroii liiiil tun u i.
liiet, except a black eye, whilo tbo iironi!-
er otiu exhibited I tuo inarkt ol a violent
ilruggle, the u'tuinl iurv fait that uu in-
dietiuijiii wouul only tuljccl the county to
unnecessary expei.to, ana result in noth
ing. lu addition, it was proven that an ill
looking lollow had btsuii bunging around
thu place; that trackt wuru'fouuu leading
truui thu epol wl.uiu lUo tulal all ray luoK
ptueu to thu railroad; that thu tuuiu let
low wai seen thu next day in VN alding
ton, aud his uppearatico was so tt-Jiii-
ctuut that word w sent to Eureka that
lie wu there, and it Was asked if he
thould bo arrested. Thu coroner' jury,
with that lua-.'iiltlcchl imbecility whluu
characterized ail their proct 0,1
lng', took no nonce, ol thi
iniurninllun. Tliey weru iustituling an
inquiry into thu murals of HclLer ork
uiuii, una haU no tiuiu lu ba huuting out
Ida uvdeiieu Thu fellow lelt W aihing
ton, and that cluu was lurever kit. Thlt
is the only satisfactory explanation ot thu
mixing tla'j whuh tue murdered woman
should havu had in her pocket.
When tha grund j-.ry cauie to canvas
tbc question of uu indictment, only two
out of tho twenty-four wera in favor of it,
uud tliey determined not to put thu county
to thu uxpense ot a trial lor nothing. Al
t') r thu) came lu this conclusion, tuey ad
journed, and went to tbo Jail. Several
member of the Jury tpuku to Mr. Wom
umn, but tho mud the in no reply, and
maintained the aileneo which aha bus kept
from thu heuiuuiriic.
brother Workman was at tho trial, and
uuk copious notes. Ha remained two
days afur thu urund lurv hul Ijuen illt.
cl. urged, and ui ulu cupious extracts und
copU of nil thu documents. Ho was
stated lo havo said that, If thero ua any
money to bo made out of this thing, hu
was going to make, and that, when ha
pit whut he knew with what tho public al
ready know, ba would have a very respect
able book (in tiza hu doubling meant). It
is hi intention to publish a full history of
tho atlalr ami canvit's tho country fur it.
Wuudviso hlm to tuko for his lillu'
"TIIK JEALOUS WIFE;
or
VIllTflC la ITH OW.V IlKWaltl).
Reing a recital of tho Jov.. of llur.
I'homai Workman, with scrliitunl allot.
Ions by himself. Full ealt, $1 60. '
Thero was a rumor that the tirosertitlon
wero about o have Mrs. (Workman mar
rested, but it lacks contlrmttt on.
FOOTPHIXTS.
FURTHER TESTIMONV IV THE lll.NI).
MAN ASIASSIN Al Is UASL.
VAUGHN'a I.NCItt 111 RLE
AND CKElilbLE
STORIES.
Memphis Dally App-l
Mrs. Hludmaii knows that Vaughn was
prc-cnt at tho muiiielit when her Im-lnml
win ui:iluated, even If ViiUi'hn wem not
liluitvll tlio inuidorer. Vaualin,ileM'r'li d
with perfect aeeiiraey to Mis. Illudman the
lelallvu p' hitiuiik ol illilen nt liielnberi at
tho llrettdu when thu iittasiu'i abut wm
llreil. Tliesc lacti nigett unolher, that af.
ler Ihu terrible deed wai done miiiiu one In
Helena ineaiiireU tlio tracKu mauu ny tue
sas-lut. i Here tvrie wt ui iiiuu, m, u iii.ui
iii'd ii woman. One had scry luge und llm
other very nuall leet, Vaughn ha.vcry umill
teet, Let lliem ua exiiiuuuu in coin i. it mi
In Helena iiiea-ured tlice traekt!1 A Jllddlu
lellllPh-eo paper tujo uni ..uiuu upci-iib
that he was a member of the Rock City
(luuriK and was lu the liattlu of fthlloh.
This company was not iu that battle, and
hero again R secmi that Vaughn llm.
The network ol tiuiu win oe in eiotn aooui
his lies ot the w hoi i lot:i thai bj will jet hu
made to speak the whole truth, or tho (act
that at ho leat ulmurtvd tho nannatloii
tliero ll 110 llOlllll IMIIOII' lliu o niio liraiil
ValiKhu'sdct:illelilei.eililloii ot the seenu
wlt.iln General lliiidiu.io'o lionie when lie
wai brutally shot. H" "hl how he l .ur
Hub. children Were ninged around the lire-
I y.'.ld i l rrM.'ba.i.lMaee. While Ihe hui-
l.iiul h lili tit feet lu u chair nlld n mm.
oi l er R i'W
hie Vaiiiilin even told liow u "lelt win
ion' shutter was open, ami that thu hut.
b ind wu vltlblo tlnouh this and another,
..:..i unit ili. i wholu luteilur of thu anirt-
ment wasc.iielullyscauiied by tho vlllhins
without. Vaughn's deocriptlon of the
dometllc circle, u It was at tho uioment,
. ... uf.'iiraie. 1.111 ..irt. iiiuuiii.ui
ii onotliidd lilui th murderer or her liu
mud. excliilinliiA "Would to God that you,
..in, i iii.i iniiriieiei I me ii tut my cu in run.
and spared hiin'. I Iuvh never sliico knovvn
ii mumeiil's peace. I am friendle-s, weuk.
i. r..i.. 1 1. imnlili u'ul ti Irlt. Ollen have I
uiun. ... : ...... ,..l
eoliii hul -tut Vi'u n ueo, .iiiui nij umuiiu
iiilahl imvoairuttol breud. ou, wretch,
brou.ht all there woes upon me."
ViiM'.-lin ti liui touiietn iiiu vni.iin
trembled when Mr. Illndmun wai wrlngln;
i.Ur iini4 mid utterliiL' these reproaeiirt
Sho said the c 'Uld never shed another tear
that the lounliln was dried up. ain,nii
the iutcrvlewoeeiirrcd. Athy nd Crannier
tliought ho would leap sonii,
lllmliiiaii, almost swootilnjr.
.iinni.,i iinnii ii chair, iiiul tno
but Mrs.
sank In
ivreti'hod
Vaiitihn usked to bo led aay. Hi
nr .'o.ooerated III thu
Hu l
as.
euiiyi ui" : rm,.v.ii-iiii
ta-tlnatlon ol ssiiiumaii, "" '"-,
IU o foot that leit It Imprint ben -atli Gen
e al Hlndinan's window. 1. 1" well eno h
to give Ihete facts io tho public. U may
.nil to ti e collection of otbera that vvlll a,
sure the detection and punishment of pen.
era! II ndiiiair assassin, t hero I a tech
nlc "iltt toct in tho Paper that cime trout
(loTori ur Urown or Governor Uaxter. It Is
a eler cal steographleal blunder. Helena, I"
falsi to belt Crittenden In.tead or rii illlpt
county, aud therefore Va-ifthn remalu hero
till the rwr way be eorweted.
Foreign Advertisements.
-NEVE it KA'OWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
t or. tiik rsitMANxnr ctit or
t'u,.Lf:s.,) peter, nrm auw
Oil ANY FORM OF 1X1 EIIM1T
TIIK CHEATKST DISCOVERY OF THE
AUK I
7s!!.1.rro.no ,ll5,'e' dcbllltatln; In
n 1 I'?' "Iw,n 1118 constitution ra th
i! e l. i''l'! "U'raetlee. The Fever at.5
Ague Powdert will encct a cure In cate ot
n ft W"n? " WtU "Prow" ' Pt"
ii iJ 111 , lc rur"dnir staite. of tho dlteaied
i inV.',y -WWc. they art w: h
la Illy on the il UiiHn int.ll.. ...... n. i.
, l. r :! " r.1 u' tr M'.", Atut i'owder hav
liotcr ialled to cure the Chilis lu any case.
nums why thef onlyshould
UK USUI).
Their reputation Is establlthed. Tnou- '
sulult of tettliuonlalH hivu been rrclvod, i
showing that tliete powders hate pertonnca
miraclet lu curing cae of Ions (landing,
many of them eon-ldered hopelep.
There Ii no rl.k lu taking them. They
contain nothing Injurious, uud, therefore,
none ol thu lingering dleaat so often the
remit of tho many nostrums of tho day.
Phy-lciaus recommend th- m a superior to
iiuliilna or uny other kuuwn remedy, lor
they leave the it "tern In a healthy ttate, and
thu patient beyond the probability or a le-
' I1EWARF. OF COUNTERFEITS. The
Hr.Vuli'.,J .,lr" A'.11 ''J 111 "quare tin bo,wlth
TIlOMPaON'S FEVER AND AOUE llOV
DLR.S ttamiied on the lid, and the lnttut
ol Tikimi'so.v t CltAwroKD on the wraptr.
Ao others can pottibly bo genuine.
THOMPSOIT'S
K II K UAIATIC
AMD
HOKSE LINIMENT
TUE OUEAT EXTERKAC. BEMEDY IQB
RHEUMATISM, INEUKAX.
G I A, STRAINS, ETC.,
GOOD fOU VAX OH BE.iS'1
This liniment ha earned for iteir a repu
tation unequalled lu the hUtory of external
application. jrj9Thouand vrtao now sut
ler trom rlivumatltm. neuralttla, etc., Would
is iiuiu uiv uuinvniu. .v..i
llnd Immediate relief trom
an i
I pain by utlnsr
this certain remedy. It It equally
entctual
In cuts, burnt, scald", itlll'nesi of the Deck,
sore throat, swellings, lnllamatlona, frosf
bites, pains in the side, or back, bite of apt
ier or stint: of Iniects.
One nibbing will In all case cUe tmlttedt-
i iuivi, auu ifc ten vppiicaiuiaa cuppint
vmc.
On account of It powerful penetrating
properties It In beyond doubt the turett rem
edy for the mott trotibleiiouie diteaoe to
which horse and cattle are liable. It cur
scratehei-, old und 'resh cuts or nore, chafe
produced by the collar or saddles, Injuries
cuiiM'il by ui I Is or splints entering the Head
orhoofr, brulies, rpraln. sweeney, spavin
thrti-h, ami ull dftcasea which dcttroy tb
hoorn or bnnci of the feet.
E5J"Full directions arcompany each bot
tle. The above aic prepared only by
CRAWFORD FUSES,
111 Market Street, l'hlladelnbla.
And sold by Morckcopon t'eiieraly throUtfa
out the country. 1-20 It d--w
PROSPECTUS FOR 1&73.-SIXTU TEAR
T II -E ALDINE,
An llluttratcd 3Ionthly Journal, unlvemlly
admitted to bo the llandsouicat I'edaJ
laal in tlioorll. A Itjretuti
tlvc and Cliatnpion of Amer
ican Taste.
j Not for NaU 1st Book or New Stetw.
ART DEPARTMENT.
Notwithitniidln.- tho Increase la th priest
of tub"crlptlnn lait fall, when Ihu Aldiiir a
mined Us present noble proportion aud rep
resentative character, the edition will mo:t)
than double the patt year; proving that the
America i public appreciate it sincere el
lurt In the cuiio or Art. Thu pijb'.her
iiuxfoii.i tojutlfiy thu ready caitlldeucetnu
demonstrated, havu exerted liroiu'lic t
tho titmo-t to develop and loiirne the
work ; ami tha plain tor tho comlnir yeaiv
as unfolded bv (he month ly iutm, will as
tnnfsh and delight even thu iuof ungulut
Irlendi ol Ilio Aldlne.
The Amino will repruuui:" raniir ui
the bett foreli'ii iirmters, Heiecieu wiia si
lcw to lliu liigin si amnio uucceas, auu
reatCKi general inicrcti; uvuhiiub tutu u
avo bueomu fiimlllar, throu.ili photoijrapu.
or jcoplcs r: any klm .
Tho iiuartariy iiiiimi via" ,ur i"i "i"
reproduce lour of John ri. Uavlo' tnltuitable
ClIUU-sKCIi'lies, uppriipiiaio m wt
sous.
lliciu plates, appi unug- in luu iteuea
fjl Jauuar
would be a
ry, Apru, jui), uuu nnumi,
alone worth tho price of a year f
suotmpuo . rmm..n. ro,.
Everv .Vib.eril.er to tho Aldlne. Wilts B
lu uihanco lor tho year J1.J, wui rpceive.
...iii,int niMltlniial clianro. a pal
.tail vi ui.uu
fill oil chromos., alter J. J. util. the eminent
Enslltli painter. Tlio pictures. enllU-;!
"Thu 'lllaga Relle," ami "triissuig ins
Moor,'' ara 11x20 Inches -are printed Irom
2.i illtlerent plates, renulrlng 2o laitirctilona
ami tints to perleel eacn picture.
chromos aro sold fur tU) per pair, In the art
stores. As It Is tho determination of Its con
ductor to keep tho Aldlne out of the reacli
ol competition in every depirtment, the
cliromu; will be found hoad ol any that
can be ollercd by other pefJ0,'U" JJT
btibscrlber will receive a eertmcate. over the
ti'-naturo of the publ "hern, guaranteiltic
Unit tuo curotii; iellvred J.ait bo egual to
thu sample furnished , the Bt
or tho money will ba rucdd.
The 1 Utrlbutlo". of Pf of
rVi'n to the subiT hern to a live dollar peri
odical" v ill mik an epoch In th History otr
ri and con.f.lcrlmr the uuprycedjnted
ehean lies of the ptiee for fhe Aldlne lltell,
E rKl U little .hort of a
cv to tlio-o be.t acquainted with the
l,.c!' . .... ..r i.iv.ni i'. i.Miliis and IBS
ac lioveiueuw "i u,vM..-- o- 7c. - ,,,.
proved mecbaulcal PI'n7iiF-?1LTttit
ration of those chromos, we Novtuuber i
no of the Aldlne.) ..,,.,-,,-.
will contlutie tinder tbo care of Mr. iUchanl
Henry Stoddard, assitted by the best writer
and po .1. ol the day, who will strive to here
the llterattiiu of the Aldlne atwaya lukeeo
lug with RsartlitioMtractlon.
$a per aniim, in advance, with Oil Cbro
We Aldln will, beroifter, be obtainable
only by subscription. There will he no re-
Uuccdorilub rate; cash for uhcrlpUoB
must bo sent to the publisher lrct,or . b
ed to the local agent without rPO1J'll"J
or the publlhcr, except n case
"ortltlcato Is glveu. beailiig the fc-l
Iguaturo "'""v'TKb.
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