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JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
T II JS B U L L E T .1.
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TIIH VIUNNA HX POSITION.
WHAT THK I'HATKK I.S I.I K K.
IKdiuund Yatci lo the New Vol lc lleruM 1
I tie Prater Ii n renur l... .. .... i,.
slitutiuh, nti oitcnsivo park of meadow
and wuod, belonging, by IiiijhhM cour
tesy, to the people; but to-day It boautles
and advantages aro not shown to their lull
extent. Tliu Prater l omu dislaticu from
urn central pari of tho eilv. Sinrii....
from tho opera-house, down lhu rimriitl
rent l'inglra..e, built mi tint ground of 'I'll K FATK OF A DitFNKKN DLS
Ibo old fortll cation, over Iho su,,..,,,.!,,,, ' I'KICADO IN Til H K KNTI'CK V
bridgu overthu lUnub-i earml, then to tliu MOL'NTAI '
right in thu broad l'ir.trvis and 1
quarter rtillti drlvii hrin.M ymi t.t the I'm-
Ur" .. P'jiIMc Meiclirv, M.it 1,1
three iioai.- kntkh Til k cam., I ncl.L.irg, the count iu.t ol our neigh-
i'sdlallng from one point, and naeli panes uorl''j;.'",.ty of Menifee, Lit Maturdu'y
under . .lightly oriMincntnl ruilnwi ' "Vo,,,'''. '' 'th ult.. wui thu.roiiuol
bridgu ofihuNor.lbahii railroad, which , , f, !IUI ll00!,,,K '"'W, wijicii rjultei in
hero ruU directly across. Thu road to tliu ; ., 1 '.",''' " dperal character namod
light lead, yon Into tho principal nvenu.t , , r.oltii'"n' )'? 'uJSu '' M Ml
of the Prater, lined by two row! of Ktatclv 1 , ,,rn,ljfcr "'". "niter thj following
tree", undor whoo thu,i, il, tin-....),.., .U "'K-'innturicei :
to day wind, ilowlv uIoi.l;. Tiim n.iddlu I , Col'llr"rr' w,m Wl" f'l'Uted a verv
toad lend to what t'no Vinncio term 'i"putuUl "t nil tune,, R,i escciJ
TUB Wfi-iwTrt Pit .tv ii I"51' 'u1w,"!" "'"'"i' thu Inlluel.r.. of
V liiti. I . V I ' i '"I"", li-i heel. In town 1! day, i.d to-
built In tmi Swin itylc o.rc.M.M, i,nuii. wlu,ley to ,ko him devili.t.
tl u tlieatrei, indeed having i.l thu char- , "intuited liu linran and LMlhjped nhoiit tin.'
h''teriitlo o h (iGrman fair. ftrli.tl..lu. ! street, lieli.tln,. I.. ..n ... .
I'lannul nd carried wit. Tin. part i.f the
l rater was opcn.-J with ureal funtivitles
.uoiiany, mo 1 1UI ol A pill, lit dono
.very year Aiiierlcarif, who tnnnneed
to wedii their way through tho crowd to
Ut to tho Ktiturn entrrti.co of Iho ex
poiltlon, oro nut :i little hinmed Ht the
Ighl". Onu of tho great ohjrtt of sittrtc
tlon ii a Jtahlo connected with Oarron cir.
cui. ThU itable Ii built
f .1 ..1.1 . . . . i
. uim.u. yi.imi , ii nni a moKUiack-, and
bears the nunc of Washington. The .tyle 1
of tho whole thing ii Imilvrout In tho ei. !
tremo. Tho modol of tho bow aeciu to
havuhoon taken from a Dutch hrlgof.ornu
long jat cntury. Indood, ltie-mi like a .
revived Noah'i nrk adopted to modern
Uamimproviiient. A ihow containing, I
ai tho Inscription tell us, "D.irwln and '
Vogt i Primitive .Man, ' Ii an object of at-
trnctlon. calllni; out tho IoMiltmJ l.-elin-s ,
tf our humanity.
lilaioiiY ol tiik I'iati.k.
Ileforo going int.. a description U tho 1
festivities, I would add few word, on I
tlio general appcan.nio ol tho i'rater and I
and something about It. historv. H,ncu
1S70 It heonirGl to tlio Irnncrlal rnnrl
whero, in thu extended mcnduwi and
amODg, tho forots, It lovod to hold ita
fctivals, its bunts, promei iide and tire
works. Tho people woro excluded from it
until I7C0, for befoto that time only the
nobility and high. blooded strangers waro
permitted to drivo in the pari: during ilm
months of May and Juno.
.nr. ..M.Mton ..o-kimi II. I
Whoso memory still lives In Austrin, llit
wpeneil tho I'rater to tho people by an or
dinanro of thu 7th of April, 1700, grant
ing freo permission to thu public to wan
der In thu park at nil timt, and ntiiu'u
themselves therein in thuir lavorito sports,
lloothi for refreshment and eollco-lniuie
wero then erected, and Kaiier .loseph 1 1
lived to see Lis puoplo enjoy to tho fullest
extent tho privileges ho bud grunted them.
Pnder his government were built those
structures, already describod, on the
Wuntul I'rater boor-restauinnti, coll'ee
houses, carousels, ninepln-alieys and
clown theatres for here it lint
HANS WLKKST, TIIR IIKIIMAN 1 1.0 WN,
Found rufugc, aftor boing banished from
tho itages ot thu largo theatres. From
Wuorst this part of the i'rater was named
tno Wuer.tel I'rater. This part Udongi
to the peoplo the principal avenue bo
long, to Ilia uppor tendom.
tiik UAurr a li v.k.
Tho principal avenuo of tho I'rater,
lined with two rows of trees, U tho Cor.o
of Vienna, taking tho place of thu Uuiton
How of London, tho Hois lu
lioulognu of Pari., tho Jllootnlngdtilt.
road of Now York, llio Thlergarlun Coi.ii
of lierlin. Compared with Central park
the I'rater I. less piuture.siue, boing Hut,
although pleasantly divorsitled by wood
and meadow Just now, it Is true, beauti
fully fresh and green. Tho Hois du Hon
logne ii likewise niuru picturefpiu, but
thu I'rater avenuo is n liner drive. Witli
tho Ilerlln Thlergarten theru aru few
point, of comparison. Tho Thiorgarton U
n largo forost, a solitude just oulido the
Linden and tho Itntndenburg gate, that
can be reached from tho centre of the cli
within tivo minutes, while, tho l'rnter I
COMBINES 1I0T1I l'OUKbTAXl) WKADOW,
Hut lack tho qulot majesty that is cui-!
necled with the Tblorgnrton. True, tho
Tborgrton has nothing hotter than tho
muddy Sproo n the slmpu of rlvor, but
the I'ralor Is washed by tho "boautir.il
bluo Danubo," which, by tho way, is gray
or lead color, I hardly know which. Tlio
park Is selected on ull occasion, by tlio
Viennese for tholr great festivals.
Jl MAONiriCKNT rtSTIVAI.
Was bold tbero In 18C4, on tho occasion
nf tho oiuporor's innrriugo. in 1 tSUS thu
Third National German Federal Sshiit
zonfott was hold thoro. Tho present
emperor, nltor visiting tho l'url. Kxpo
sltlon in 1807, determined, after ho ro
turned home, to beautify hi. I'rater, and
the model ho had in mind wa. tho Hoi. do
Boillogno. ill. plana have not yet all
besn complotodj but
THE VIKKUKSE 1I0AS.T
Tht when tho park shall bo finished It
will bo tho tinost and most plcturesipiA
plea.uro ground In tho world. Hut the
natural boauty of tho I'rater forest ami
meadow should not attract our attention
longer from tho wondrou. crontion of art
tbst has rison in tho midst of tho i'rater
"TIIK tll.OnmilS TKMI'I.K ok tiik WQIlt.li's
No wonder, Indeed, thu Vlonueso feol
proud of their achievement.
FTF. OF A BAOCi'AOH
A rovongol'ul traveler on a certain rai.
road In this stato pacltod a carpet-bag ull
of loaded rovolvors, and mniled it o a
gentlomanly baggago-smaiiier, w ..-.
ruinod throe or four trtinka for him al
xoady. Tho Bma.lior flung tlio bag up
agslosUho wall savagely, and then threw
it on tho floor and stampod on it, ana
Jumped up nd down oi I , as
usual. At about the fourth jump
began along tho wbolo lino. 1 otty-i
revolvers wont off in rapid succession,
distributing bullets around tlio car with
disgusting carelossness of tho leg f the
smMhor.who was shot in sU places betoro
he could get out of tho car Ho rJa
N. ' fflrft vrf'Liu, u0'M
-I , lf " w,lon 1,0 1,1,1 tbu
I'M"! nu ran nM iron
fltl ll-MII r.lt..l inniu.
riUW ... irontoi him to ,mh, t,0 bsgijngu
out will). Jlo 'mushes, iiurlmpt, tuwer
'iirpet-bnrs now llmfi liu once tliil In tin,
mi I l""t-'"ueli fewer; nixl bu is
u I led Willi I'limtii. 'I'll.. i....... i...
. Pi " ' " iiu Ulllj in'Wll liu
I ""Vci is that liu limy ha present when tho
.arpui-oug owner citlli lor his clack. He
s there will then boa coiillict wlitcli
will m hi; 0 tlin Pratiuo-Oeriii'in war sppoir
W'llln. I),y. who U th t,nil.ATUl
HpjiroafliMl m.d remitted him to letvu
icvii wltlio.it creating furthir diftnrli
ance. Cidiiiron th.
hnd seized Day, and began pulling and
uni.u..B mm atiout in an exres.ivolv
uuyi. i.mniier. .niugo jiay went tip to
, ...v... o.m-u uiuiroQ loiei nts orotlier
go, . lining mat tho latter was In had
; health and could not stnt.d uch rough
handling. Coldiron turned upon tho
iinnuiii. i oiiuron turned upon tuo
tllftrtn '(flt .1... . I . !.. '. .
' luumrk: -iy uoi, you
1 1,1,0 1 CAn I'andlo you in tho tamo
way- Al thii Jonctur.i n byitnndcr
""'1 Well stepped In Lelwcen them,
i,"1"" CoI,lrori ireicntcd it pistol over
' u','4 ,'0"',,'-,rKnddiicharegditin .ludgo
"'y' I, tlio powder icorch.
"K. rl''t yehrow and thu
, ," UIng Jit temple. Tho
turned tl llro, his bullet pone-
U"11?1 11,0 wri,t r ColdironV pistol urm.
"y t'"l tlmo Win. Day olio opotiod llro
upon thu desperado. Cohliron hold up
i" .. '.C1,.',rm, wilh 'U ctl ,",nd. a,'d
Tr , ?1, ,."00lln(' "nl," 1,10 ,W n"
V 1 V "l:'u-''"l'-,u. wncn no turnea
u.d.ra".r1lK,i'tl lw. h"ndrtsd )'rJl Rr"1
between them. "uverv bullet
upon tho person of their assailant. Tho
Days owe it to tho lucky tint shot of tho
judge, which disabled Coldiron at the be
ginning of the fray, that thoy camo out of
tbn tight unscathed.
4Tll0 ludi?H Iw.t nn cimilnliiir t.!l ....
.Monday, and was ariultted ot blamo in
I Iho atlair. Tho exaaiinatton of Will was
tot fur ilnv
beforo yestcrJav. with what
result wo have not learned, but presume
hi? m also acquitted.
I'ltF.SIDF.NT AXD FAMILY
15KAIS ADMIRAL ALDKX TO l!i:
OKKLI.Y II AS HKKN I'.KMOVKD
Washington, 3Iay 6. Coinniodoro
Cnsu will sail from New Ygrk next
Wednesday, to relievo Hear Admiral Al
den of tho command of tho Kuropean
THK IIAlK I'AV.
Tho nggrerjato nmount iaid Into tho
United State trca.ury up to noon to-day,
by twenty-sevon munibori of congress, it
being their return of extra compensation,
i. $111,000, Including a check received
this morning Irom tho 'ecrelary of tho
.onato, Oorliain, on account of Senator
Sumner, for 54,144.
Chic tuo, May 6. President (irant and
family nrritod in this city yesterday
morning from (Jitlcna, and wero received
at tho dopot by United States Marshal
Campbell and Mr. J. It. Drake, and
taken to tho Tromont homo, whoro tho
pretldont and Mrs. (irant will remain
during their stay in this city. .Miss Nel
lie (irant is tho guest of Mm .Mcdill,
daughter of tho mayor. Tho president
will romnln hero until Tuusduy morning,
whon h) loavos for Washington direct.
to uk nrrtHKn.
W tsiiiNfiTON', Mny 5 Under tho act
of uoNgress rotlring naval ofll:ors at tho
ago of sixty-two, Hear Admiral (leorgo J.
Kmmons, Charles Stoedinan, William
llogers Taylor and Thorton A. ilenkins
will bo rotlrod thla year. Commodore
John Jalniy, James II. rilrong, K. 0. For
rati and Com. Koynolds will bo promoted
to 1111 tho vncancies.
Tlio department of ttiUo has rocelvcd
Informatldii of tlio removal of ,0'Kolly lo
Havana, and that hls caso is (i.mnm,l ln.s
sorious tlian was anticipated, and that all
proper facilities will bo oxtonded him.
li:Pi;Kl).tT!ONf IN TKXA.
A Corpus Chrhtl loiter of April 'Jl,
says two bands of Moxlcan robbors, num
bering thirty oaeh, are operating In
Uneccs county, Texas, sacking stores and
robbing travellers. Farmer, aru com
polled to leave their work to protect their
- LTI.X.nai'IXT B-CTILlDIlTCa-,
THE DIXON DISASTER.
OVHUOXH IIUXI)i:i:i ..;0,., ...
m kxi: ok .ni.:.soi!ii!A,!U,
HEROIC Kl'KOin'S TO JIKSCTF
TIIK JWVIXO and m;.
COVKIi TIIH DKA l.
TNIUTY.ONK IIODIKs HECOV IlltlU)
AND OTIIKUS MIS.SINO.
Tin: dkad i.i.sr.
TIIK tllVOX ll!"ASTKIt.
Dl.vos, .May r,. Vesterday afternoon
about IS minu'.oi after 1 iVlock, us Itov.
.Mr. l'ratt w.n p,Ing a convert for bup
tlitn into the walerof Itnek river, just be
low.thoTrucsdaluiror. bridgo on tho north
ihle, thcro bcin a largo crowd of men,
women imdchlldrtii witii(,.itf tho cere.
i '"onyn thu bridge, the iron work of
TIIK llliUltlB flAYK Vi-Ar,
And without a Moment', warning CO or
CO souls wero launched Into eternity. A
horrible panl.Moi.ad tho vast crowd upon
the banks of tho river, and or courio
spread through our city. Mother camo
to the rivor hanK anxiously inquiring for
children, fathers for wive, and children.
All was horror mid excitement. Tho
As the struggling victims vainly endeav
ored to (reo thomselvej from thu mini of
thu bridge and from each other. Ltrgo
crowds of people on iho banks rushed to
nnd fro, ninny of them boing so distracted
with terror ns to ha unable to render anv
aislitanro. Others moro self-possessed
speedily brought ropes, planks utid boards' ,
ami went nobly to work to I
Hrx-CK TIIK MVlN'd
and recover tt.o dead. Somo of those who
wero on tho brtdgo when it fell were so
ri.ar tho end. that thoy wbro ublo to reach
the bank without imistance, whilo others
wero fortunately within reach of those on
'bore, but up toalx o'clock last evening
31 bodies hail been taken from tho river
and il is almost certain that thero aru
CNDKK THE WRECK
Of tho bridge Of those ?uved 21 wero
more or loss injured, soma fatally. Tho
following i. n complete
MoT OF THE DEAL
So far as known: Miss Catharine Foley,
Mrs. J. W. Lotto, -Miss .Maggie O'ltrlcn,
Ida Vnun, (Joorge K nt, Miss Hessie
I'uyno, .Mrs. Cnrpontor, Clara and ltoa
Stockpolo, Mrs. C. W. Koutncr, Mr. Den
Giliman, Mrs. Col. II. T, Noble, Miss Not
tlo Hill, Mrs. Henry Sellman, Mr. Dr.
uoniiisn, Miss Katie Sterling, Miss K.
Wallace, Mrs. Thos. Wuide, J.
V. Dunner's child, Jus. Mason ; Mrs.
Potersbergor, Fredrick Uale, M s. Kmily
Diming, Thos. Haloy, Miss Ida JJruw,
.Mrs. W. Cook, Mary Wllhelm, Mrs. Sul
livan, Mrs. Iruvo lUkcr, Mrs. "Wilcox.
Mrs. Jamus Cable, Hubert Dyko, .Mis
Lizzio Mackny, Miss .Martha l'ago and
Miss Mary Drlnkwatcr
KKCOVKItV OF HOMES
There is u report that tho bodies of
several children wore found at Storling
ana Hack fall, six miles below, and
doubtless tho swift current has borne
others even further down tho rivor. The
general estimate of tho number lost Is
from ninety to ono hundred. Thoro wero
several bodies taken out of the river a.
far down as below tbu railroad bridge,
Tho body of Fred IIopo was found floating
nearly a mile down tho river this morn
ing. All those reported missing aro
probably in tho net-work of tho bridge, at
tho bottom of tho rivor.
ANOITIKIl lllilllUK ACCIHKNT.
Sr. Louts, May 0. A turriblu accidont
occurred yesterday afternoon at tho
bridge being built over Lamlon river on
tho northcastorn extension of tho Missouri,
Kansas and Texas railroad, fourteen miles
from Hodalia, Missouri, Thoalso works
orectod for facilitating tlio construction of
the II ridge, sunk into tho quick-sand upon
which it rcstod, currying with It tho
hridgo timbers and l'J workmon, precipita
ting all in tho rlvor. Win. MoAvory.l'otor
Connors and Hurry Fynoh killed out-
right, and eight othors wounded, two of
whom are not expected to recover.
Fynch was a marriad man nndamo from
Hart, Michigan. Tho bodios wore takon
toSodalla lust night whoro an inquest was
hold. Thovordict was that tho insccuro
foundation of'tho (also works was tho
causo of death.
Co.scor.i', May 5. At tho burning of a
,ono in Newport lut ovoning K. K.
Hlchaidion i'"'1 foorgo "Williams wore
killed by Mil"!! Clumpy.
COH. 12TI-I STEEET
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDA. MAY 0, 1873.
It II I KK ACCOUNT OF A.VOTHKIJ I HouVqTo t.nT K i:t!&10!f
iia'i'ti ! u't'i-ii 'I'm.' MMiww..' ' , r'u"r.nuiiaml nenyyi nuperHno we.t-
hi u n cut ror thu ast t inwi .l.u-. I
went as a volunteer, and was attached to
Mnj.Thotmi.' buttery, of four Cahoon mor-
Irirs, and It was the mortars which drove
tho Indian, out. Five thousand infantry
! '-uuiu not havo tlono it in tlx
. months without the loss oV one-half of tho
I command, Words cannot .Inirllm il.
I character of thc bodi. .Nowspipor ru
' porters may try to do It, but thoy cannot
I convoy any Idea. Slnco tho fight I havo
been througiT part of tho beds, and that
I was enough for mo. It Is it.inos IMn ic.
toll what damage wo havo dono to the
in.iiun, as they concealer or
burnoJ their dead, and the former
is vtry easy, as all they have to do is
mearly to throw tho bodios Into it crevice
nnd then till it up with rocks. Wo havo
however, found 11 dead bodies. The
It ids are full of caves, and many Indians
aru undoubtedly hid away, for every once
in a Whilo a strav ilmt film nv i ,tm
w . vm rl
airy have gone out in pursuit.
Wu havo heru six dead,
twenty wounded and about tho latter
number on crutches from sprained ankle
from falling ovor tho rock. To glvo you
somo faint idea of tlio sharp rocks, ono
half of our men went in with now shoes
and camo out mostly barefoot witl, their
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M Villi Ell EK1 AlltlEsTEII.
St. Loi-i., .May 5. John Selcnger, tbn
murderer of James Long, at Hullo villo,
Illinois, Stturday night, was capturod
Mils morning, ami Jacob and Ferdinand
Sclongor, hi brothor, and Michael
llaland, wero arrested as acccs'ories to
Wa teutown, .May 5. Jno. L. Warden,
army oflicer stationed at .Madison liar
racks, Sacketts harbor, committed niicldo
.ivrt.i.uj .iiu.uuig uj . u.b mi. mroat
with a carving kntte. The death or his
wlfo some moiilns ago. it is supposed,
deranged his mind." Ho wa tho son of
Almeral AVarden, who commanded tho
monitor in conlllct with tho rnlol ram
Kome, May 5
lineil lo his bed.
Tno popo is again con-
Wasiunoton, May 5. Probabilities
For Gulf States, Tennessee nnd South
Atlantic States falling barometer, south
easterly and easterly winds, higlior tem
perature, cloudy weather and rain- For
Northwest and Upper Laker, and thence
to Mlsoual nnd Lower Ohio valleys di
minisning pressure, southeasterly and
I northeasterly wind, increasing cloudiness
and occasion-.! rain. For Lower Lakes
ddd tlienco to Ohio Vulloy, northwesterly
J winds, increasing pressure nnd partly
cloudy and coolor weather. For Middle
States, higher barometer, lower tempera
ture, partly cloudy weather nnd south
westerly winds, veoring to northeasterly.
For Now Kngland and Can.tdu, north
westerly to northuastorly winds and gen
erally clear weathor till Tuesday ovenlng
New Youk, Mny 1 Monetary situa
ntion to-day uasior, with Rood supply
loans at 7 gold down to o per cent, with 0
nnd 7 us general rate. Outstanding legal
tenders W7,13O,O0O. Customs receipts for
week 1,500,000. Sterling exchango 8 fur
CO days and 'Jj siuht. Gold advanced from
1CJ to 17', with most business at 1CJ17.
Clearings 40,000,000. Treasury disburse
ments 401,000. Governments firm. State
bonds dull. Stocks firm.
St. Louis May fj. Hemp dull aud un
changed. Flour dull and unchanged; but
held 11 r tit . Whuat dull and weak on every
thing below No i, no sales; spring No li
oll'uredSl 2.IJ01 21', bid No l suit SI 3i
cash; $1 3 bid for No '.'; rod fall if 1 80;
No it f 1 CJfj1 07. Corn steady, No "
mivod aHfTiibic. Oats llrinor and higher,
No 2 a25Cu;33lc. llarley steady and un
changed. Hyo quiet at G8(i7,0!V. l'ork
dull at 181(a)18jcj dry salt meats dull,
round lot saluablo at 7(Ji)9c. itacon
firmer but not much doing as inyors and
sellers aru apart; shoulders Hjc; clear sidos
10;10;c. Lard quiet and unchanged,
"Whiskey firm and steady at 81c. Cattle
quiot at 4f7'Gc. Hogs lowor at $4 05.
Chiuauo May 6. Flour quiot. Wheat
Urm but Irregular, closing easlor; No 2
No 2 spring l 25 cash or May; Jl 'J3J
G0I 'J&l June; No it nominal; $1 15 bid.
Corn in fair demand at lower rates; No 2
mixed 37 Jo dish; IQc bid Jtne; 4'.'4-'o
July; Oals opoued Arm and closed quiot a
ehailo easier; No - regular JJ1 lc
cash; .tajo Juno. Hyo quitt; No 2
118.1c. llarley Urm; No 2 7208.10. l'ork
quiot and weak; $17 50 cash; sales Juno
$1C !0. Lard quiot, rljo spot; So Juno.
Hulk meats quiet; shoulders quoted at 0 J
(tfOJcj short rib sold at 0n Juno. Hacon
steady and unchanged. Whiskey In fair
demand and advanced, 8"l8So.
Memi-hi, April 6. Cotton dull ami
no quotations taking actual count of cot
ton to-day. Flour quiet at f5$lO,
Corn active; shelled CJc. Oats scarce and
Urm at 44c, Hay dull at 1h'Io. Corn
AMI! tWl rfiV MflV.,fnnl 1n. ..t o07ij2ap! IiIhpL .
tl.ii city, rccolved n letttcr dated April 'JO. I !;f'!'IOl'Jl S,uB"r lronm rollnlng "
n Whlnl. Km ,.,ti, l l,.... t... ' . J-orK uun; mots JI8
i . Jr -j".vun.u , jicor sisadv. Cut moats dull-
n Iron, .lael;'. .tronghold, whero I have 7c: .hort ole. r lOc: Zn , Vr ir
l. ...... t. I
mca. acuvo U 2 r5. l'ork scarce nnd
nrin. I.ard r,ulct, at tiJCJOk. ilacon
. . .
ern jo Mi, 5; good to cholco $7 i5
V.,2"! . wl'itu wheat exlrn 38 60fiii0 lu.
ni.koy cailor, O0jg,lc. Wheat
, ...iu .inn, .,o i spring vi, Unrioy
") nuatuiu oijc. jiyo nrin; western
''ic. Corn unchanged. Oals
western mixed IWT.Ste: wl.ltn
steadyi vcitorn stoau. OJc; kcttlo Ojo,
Ills n.d Knllorilif- Rlvtr.
ru. iiouri. cnuim; II p. in., May ti, --
. ;. o
Hermann .., ,
I'aduenh . ..
Murictla .. ..
DA V 1 D W. lIAIt.NKI'r."
Obncner 8Jc. Ser. V. S. A,
A NEW KTEANHOAT LINK.
ar. i.oti, .May 5. Tho Keokuk
Northern Packet company intend to cs
tablish a regular lino of packets botween
boro and Cincinnati. Tho Lucv Itertram
will bu the pioneer boat and leave hero
Thursday. Sho will bo followod bv tbu
Savanna, Minnesota and Phil Sheridan.
...1 ... '
wincn sieamers will constitute tho linn.
Mkmphi, May 5. Kiver has risen 10
inches. uatbor clear and mild. Ar
rived: Hollo of Texas, Anna, Arkansas
river, James I). Parkor, Andv IIhuiii,
Cincinnati; Departed: Ajax, John Kyle
Now Orleans; Hello Shroveport, Jennie
Howell, ilello -Memphis, Crosccnt City,
Marblo City, Olencoo, St. Louis; Kiltie
VicKMaic(i,May5. Down: Kichmond,
Coinmonwoklth, Pargoud. Up; Nick
Longworlh, City of Alton, Henry Amos.
Weathor cool; raining during tho day.
'rr,vcd: Thompson Dean.Nuw Orjean.;
ieui.i.k; imcu anu .tiarv aiciiimald, Mis
souri river. Departed; Howard and Car-
mil, .ow uneans; Ulty oruiioiter, Mern
phij Johnson, Keokuk- lied Wing and
Arkansas, St. Paul. Fulling slowly.
ii ni.i. auu u.vur.
LoiiEiLf.E, May f,. ilising slowly, t
foot 0 inches canal, 7 feot !l inchos chute.
i amy ciouuy nnd pleasant. Huslncss
null. Arrived: Cbnrmor, Shannon, Su
vanilllh, Diamond, Victory, XV il llruirn,
.Magnolia, Jas Gilmoro, Mnry Davnge, J
II lllgloy. Departed: Charmer, Shannon,
Savannah. VIcrorr, Charlov itrown. Gil-
moro, Davago. ictory dtmugod it barge
whilo descending tho falls, but landed at
Portland, soon pumped out and hud the
Little Kock, May 0. Ulvcr falling
with less that 8 feet 1 inch in tho channel.
Weathor cloudy and warm. Arrived :
Fort Gib'on, abovo and Porter. New Or
Lcand. Departed : Carrio Kounts and
Ashland, Now Orloans; Kmiliu Lallargo,
St. Louis; .Mary Itoyd, .Momphii.
PlTTMiuBOH, May .1. Weather remains
clear and pleasant. Klvor falling rapidlv;
10 feet water In channel at ! o'clock this
ovoning. Arrived. Carrio Ilrooks,
Cinesvillo; Juniota, Cincinnati. No de
partures. Tbo presont high water pro
vents steamors making up tows. Several
tows will probably got out in it fow days.
New Oiileans, May 0. Arrlvod Lou
isvilo, Cincinnati; Groat ilopubllc, St.
Louis. No departures. Heavy rain this
N.tMlVlI.t.E, May 5. Uivcr on a stand,
with lis fact on harputh shoals. Ajrivei':
John Lumden, Cairo; Sllverthurn,
r.vansvlllo. Deparlod John Lumsdou,
t-airo; ilverlliorns, Kvansvillo.
I.S ws f .
HAKHY "WALKEH Prop r.
JOHN U. FI1LLIS & SON,
.K.iccaHnrs to John II. I'l.lllii,)
KOHWAHDINO M KUCHA NTS
UKALHU3 IN UAY, COHN, OAT
Flour, Meal, 13ran, &.,
Coh. TE1STU-ST. AMD OHIO I.KVU
WOOD KITTEN IIU US S & JKO.
!oiicral (.'omiiiissiiui Mnrolinntis
HI OHIO LUVKU,
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
VOHMINMION AND rvaWABDIRO.
HALLIDAY BROTH RES
FOUWAHDINO Afin UUMMIHSIUN
DEALERS IN PJOUR;
An. I Akc.i. of
IIIO HlVn Ami KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
COFFKV. PACK A CO.,
' It W A K il I . I.
A .V II
AMI COUNTUY l'HODl'CK
MlLLKK A I'AKKKIt,
DKALKK3 IN FLOUR. f'ORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AG K NTH for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
Jl. A. 'JUNNINGI1AM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AMD DKALEK I.V
HI-A-IT, OATS, COK.2SI
AND MILL FHED.
CAIKO. . . . ILLINOIS
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hucceisori to K. li. Ueudrtcts & Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
bS tikral Adrancem.uu maje akwy
L ujjou OaaslKDmsnt.. BP
Aro preparail to roeli, store and forward
freights to all pointa and buy aad
s.ll oo eommUalon,
SWllimlDK aitnnJ.il tu promptlri
I'K. T K It 0 II II L
No. nt oiiio i.r.vri:,
K. J. AYBHls
H. D, AYEH.
AYKRS & CO.,
IP Xj O'XJ R
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No, 78 Ohio Levbk, Caiko, Iia-i.7tr,
xr.vrjtr AiNUWJV TOPAII
TVTTlTrtn v- s .... - .
nntrrm n .
n mr r i .. &
- maw v ALJl IJ 1 1 If 1 1 1 1 l'J
KOK THE PERMANENT CUKE Of
-i.i i runs or liteksit
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
a 1 1 1 i ii irn rtn ,,.... . a. it,. . .
" ' uiBcu:n mi iiaariiiivaiTinr in
?,,.'.0'.a' no.ne Lnore ilfflcult to cur, br
iiiL'ir e lit' i' la lltmn tin. nnMii...i '
AKue l-owdcr. wiA ctfeet a cxiii liVSii ot
Hie lonircst Stanrtlni . tm .J '"5"" 01
t enth o in tho formWstaVes oAhe dl'cajsd
lIclriK purely tejrcUblc, ther aVt wl h
any future period. IUI" ,l
l'T Wi"18 yo,VT, n,oney "nd health In lr
Ing cvery( medicine you hear of, wheu
never failed to cure the Chills In any ca.
REASONS WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
- r. j c w ii hi ti ni'iip f'twiisiri Piaua
ineir refutation I nutaiii t.......
sand of Ipntlmmilil- li... k..n
showing that lliese powdcra have perlorme 1
miracle In curing casea of lontr itandlns;,
many of them considered hopeless..
em m no nK in taking mem. Tney
contain nothing inlurlou, and, therefore,
none ol the Uncerinir llia mn nft.n .K.
'f "ult of the many noitruma of the day.
. ... .u. iccuiuiiicuu uiem u limfinsT lo
uilnlne or any other known retaedr. for
they leave the avutem In a healthv .,.,.'..
the patient beyond the probability of a re-
HKWAHK OK cnirxTKnvpiTo
irenulne aro put up In square tin boxes witb
TlloMl'sntfs fsV-vrii' a ni I nrS'Ir
ILIlti .tamned on the .!. ami th. ..m.......
ol TitOMi-sox A: C'RAwroHU on the wrapper.
.No other can possibly be genuine.
It II K UM A T 1 1!
THE OI.EAT EXTERNAL RK MEDT FOE
15 If K U M A T I 8 31 , NltJilAL
Ol A, SPKAINS, ETC.,
i o o D ron jf.t.v on beasi
This liniment ha eanied for itself a repu
tation unequalled in the history of external
applications. (Thousands who now sut
ler from rhiumatlini, neurabrla, etc., woeld
llnd Immediate relief Irom all pain by tutus;
thl eeruln remedy. Ui cmally effectual
InrntOmnu. Hoafd. aUltneot tha Hack,
re tlirimt. .yvVnKa, InnamaUons, froaf
bite, pains in the lUe, or back, bites of spl
Jer or stings of Insect. 1
One rubblDB will In all cases give linmedl
cmc r!W a',,"c,,,fon', complete
On account of its powerful penetrating
propertlea it I bcyonddoubt the Vurest rea.
edy for tho mont trouhlconio diseases to
which homes and cattle are liable. It cures
scratches, old and freuli cuts or sores, chares
produced by the collar or saddles, injuries
caiicd by nallH or splints entering the flesh
or hoof. bru jrH. sprain, swecney, spavin
thriiiJi, and all dlcaes wWeh destroy the
hoof or hones of the feet.
U7 r ui. iiirccnon accompany each bot-
.ion c arc prepareu only by
.. i ,,. " ei. oireei, i-uuaaeipala.
And sold by storekeeper generally Uiroiuw
out the country. 6 I-TOitdS-w
PlUr?PKCTUS FOU 1873'SIXTU YKAK
An Illustrated .Monthly Journal, universalis
admitted to be the Handsomest Period-
me onu. a uepresenta-
ami unampion or Amer
Mot for Nnlsj iss Bok r Metra ltre.
NotwithsUndlug the lucre use In the price
of subscription last fall, when the Aldine as
sumed it present noble proportions sod rtn
rt'scntatite character, the edition will more
than double the past year ; proving that tb
AmerlcaM public anpreciato a sine. re el
fort in the catiKo or Art. The puldlshers
anxious to Justify the ready confidence thus
demonstrated, havo exerted t.emsoives to
tho utmost to develop and improve the
work; and the plans tor the coming year,
as unioi'icci uy uio inonin ir iwues, will as
tonish and delight even tho most saueulu
Irli nds ot Iho Aldine.
Hie Altlino will reproducn examples ot
tlin )ii.u, fnr..li.t. .....a,.... u.l..l.,l ...
viw w . .u..-m nv.cv.vu mui m
view to the hlKhest artistic success, ana
Krcutent general Interest ; avoiding such as
nave uueuniu laminar, lurouitu Huolouraiiu.
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The quarterly tinted plates for 1878, will
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child-sketches, appropriate ti, the four sea.
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In adtance for the year 1873, will receive.
Iiante. a pair of beautl.
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Kngltsh painter. The pictures, entitle.
"The Village Hello," and "Crossing the
Moor," are Ux'JO Inches--aro printed from
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aud tints to perfect each picture. The same
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stores. As it is the detcruiiuatlnuof its con
ductors to keep the Aldine out of the reach
ol competition in every department, th
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the marvel tails little short of a inlrUcU,
eteu to those best acquainted with the
achievements of Invcnthe gedus suid lEf
proved moebauleai appliances, (for Ulua
t rations of these chroiuu., see NoveBther is
sue of the Aldine.)
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Henry Stoddard, assisted by the bsst writsrs
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