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JOHN 11. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
I'n ni'lilnt.'. Hiilibath at M u.tii. am 7i p.m
I'raycr meeting;. Wcdiieiday at i p. in.
lihhatli .School, 3 p. ill. ,1. M. Lahmlen, Mil.
I'l'Mnli fulfill. ItKV. II. Tiuvkii, l'aotor
METHODIST. Cor. Kllilti uric) Walnut .St.
I'ii h) liliil!, .Sabbath nt li4 a.m., nuil 7 i. ru
I'raver iiii'i'tlni, Wednesday," p.ui.
Sabbath S.'lii.i.l. 3. p.m. I.. W. htlllwell,
rJllprflntt'llllctlt. IlKV. K. L. THOMPSON,
CHURCH OK THE REDEEMEIt-(Eplico-
ririilnif nrayein. riahbath lot a.m.
tenui pr)crH, ,jp.m.
Sahhalh school, It a.m.
Kkv, K. I'oa.v, Rector.
T. PATRICK'S Cllt.'Ill H-MnUi til. and
M u.imnjton Aw line.
Public lervlcu, Sabbath f:l laud 1U1 a.m.
epcr, 7 p.m.
Sahnatli rtcliixil, i p.m.
Service every Jay, a.m.
Kkv. 1. .). o'IUli.ohax, I'riont.
T. JOSEPH'S Clll'ltCII. (.crtiiuii, ior-
hit til Wulnulmid Crn etrei'K
Alu-i., cury babbalh at 1U o'clock a. m.
ttntr, ! p. Ill,
JIa. Milling week ln, S o'clock a. in.
ItKV. l. Huffman, I'rle-t.
(JEltM.VN' LUTHERAN CIIUHCH-I.ltn
treet between Wiiriiliiglou A time ami
I'li auliliix suinlay innnunir at 10 o'clock,
ftabbath school at '1 o'clock p. in.
llF.V. 0. Dlt.UM ll.NF.il, l'"tor.
tfOl'NU MEN'S UIIKIsTlA.S A.-v-iiCIA-TIU.N.
Regular meeting eccond Monday
t'acii iikiiiiii ut meir room over uocaweii
A' Co', book .tore, Commercial avenue.
Week!) l'rn)er meeting, Friday, 74 p.m. at
L. V. Stii.i.wki.L, 1'reiddent.
SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
t. HU'ltCII. Corner syeaiuoro ami Fort-
tlr.t ntrw:t. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. uinl J o'clock p. m.
Sunday school l o'clock p. m.
The chufcli I connected wllu the Illlnoli
Aoclulloii, by tli Flr.t Mivlonary Bap-
tint C'hurUi ol Cairo.
Ri.v. Solomon Leonard, I'antor.
AFRICAN METHOUIST.-Fourteenth, bo
twevti Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
fca'ibatli School. l p.m.
Clan meeU at :l p.m.
ECOND FREE WILL BAPTIST Flf.
leeiith Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath, 1) d 3 111
Rtv. N. Kicks, 1'aitor.
free will "baptist iio.mk ml-sion
SAHIIATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
anil Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School, a a.m.
r-IlteT FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
Stn fees, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3p.m. 4 71 p.m.
Kkv. Wm. kkllky, l'a.tor.
FIIIST MISSIONAKY HAI'TIST CllUltCII.
-Cedar, between Mntli and Tenth ala.
Preaching Sabbath, 10 a,m. and 74 p.m.
Prayer meeting, W ednesday cveuuiB.
Preaching, Friday ev cuing.
H.bbatb School, 14 p.m. John VanBaxter
aud JUry btetiheim. Superliitendeutn.
ItEV. T. J. SHORES, I'aetor.
1ECOSD BAI'TIST CHUUCH-Kourteenth
street, between Cdar knd Walnut. The.
only liaptitt church rocoguUed by the A-
bcnlce., Sabbath, 11 a.m. S p.m. and p.m.
ltrv. Jacob Dkadlky, Elder.
TUB MASON'S. o
UA1I10 COMMASUEKV. So. "jT-g
Aieinbly at the Anylum Maonic Hall, tint
and third Monday in each month.
JA1UO COI'NCIL, No.2.-IleKUlar Convo
cation at Mawnlc Hall, the second t rida)
CAIUO CHAl'TEH No. 71.-Be,tuar Cor,
vocation at Masonic HaU, ou the third
'luerday ol every month,
CAiltO LOUOE, So. 437 r.4 A.
lar CommuulcaUoiu at Maaonlc Hall, the
ecoud aud fourth Mondavi of each mouth.
ALEXANDER LOUUE, 4-Mcet In Odd
IVIIowi' Hall, In Arter'. bulldlca. r
Thuriday eveuiug at 8 o'clock.
Governor-John L. llccrllgc.
Lleulenanl-Oovcrnor-- .. .
seiniury of state-Ueore II. IlarioTv.
Auditor ol State-C. E. Llpplucott.
SUlo I'rea-uror-Ca'i'W tl.1! :. , .,,
Attorney Uvlicrul-Jaine- lv. Ednall.
SupuM In-irucUon-Nev, ton Uateman
Scnatoi-Hicbard J. Ulefby and John A.
''Tpr. i.cnUtlve Elyl.teeutl. IJi-trict-Uacc
MfMllKIH (1 EN Ell A I. Aaar.Jii"..
u....r.....ni:itlvf In the NHli
.lolm II. Oberly, Wm. A
I.eimua and Math
iinator for the Mth dUtrlct.-Jeo Ware.
t. J. Uaker, of Alexander.
ll i, Attorney-l'.trlck II. 1'opc
Clcrk-H. S. Yoclim.
iSSSuuB. McCritc aud S. MarchlL
""clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Crone7-Jolin U. Uo.kman.
Aiorncy-H. Watnon Webb. ... I
rolTcc ?iWtratcK. Bro.- and J. J.
pMvSllcmP. I'Ul Up lleta, Ca.. Mehner
Klmt ward -Hiram Blxby and J. M.
'''second ward-Uorroan Meyer and Wood
B,Sawwd-JolnMcEw.i..i.l P. K.ri.
fourth WMd-C. F. Nelll. ana M. J.
MFMh 5Srd-Jno. II. Uobln.on and Wm.
VAUKER A BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
M tb. eaUbraUJ .,,DI
MOM' VUILDIll, 00t lit ' 0OU
offiob, Bviiii3DTiasr BTjiXiXJiisrGr-, con. isth street a.3std
FL'XKKW, UKKKMDNIKS OF
CHIEF JUjsTKJK CHASE
IN NEW YOKK.
UNIVERSAL SOKKOW FOIl
THE GKEAI AND GOOD
I'llEI'AUATION.S TO KKUKIVK THE
ItKMAINs) AT WA8HINUTON.
KKSI'KOT TO THE MKMOUY
K 10 ,
M lVI.NO TIlIC KKMtl.M.
N'icw Yuhk, .M.y I J At nix o'clock
this inoruiiii; thy rwiuini of lut0
Chluf Jn.tlutj Clii'ij wm rxiiiuved from
tbii rttiduiiCH or W ii. S II iyt to St.
Oooru't cliurcti, 3io; tM...i .,,ir.i. Hnv.
I)r, Sipphen II Tymf, ructor, uhorn tliejr
rumaln.d in Hato from thu np.-nln ol
ttiH oliQuii at 8 U3lil 1 o'clock p.m. Thu
d.tlton which ttvictiket retH Ii honvll)
Mt.ireb in iilai.'K,
Caught up In thrtio fetoonon tlio ul lei.
from wlilch dpcnd mny lilick velvet tai.
ol. The head of thu coffin l nlar-wl tn-
nard the entrance of the buil llnc;. The
entrance to tbo church for tlio public who
dnijro to view the rjmaint, was tb ronyli a
lido door, thorn o to tlii chance', pining
down the entire niilo on i-ilhr lido of daii
on which tho ckot r. E-irly ni tho
church dori wero opened, there wai a
long row ol carringm containing
l.AIHES AND 'iCXTLBMRV.
AwaUiiif,' d uitlance to take n I ok at tho
face of the dead jurist. Durini; the- fore
noon crrige drovo up to tho church
dcor In an almost continuous line, from
which issued eminent citizens, elegant la
dies who paned through the church, took
a look at tbo features of the dead, and
quietly droro away.
0 tho ilecjajJ will occupy the front
pewi in the uiiddin aitle, tshilo behind
them and on either aida ard to bo seated
the palt-bcarort. Thuu follows assistant
udg'i of thi supremo court of the United
itateA, tho president and cabinet, and the
foreign diplomatic representatives, tho
udicary ot tin United Slates, of the state
and city of New York, tho late chief
ustlce in Mr. Lincoln's cabinet, United
tales senators, members of congress, the
governor and legislature of the state of
New York, oflicen of the army and navy,
the mayor and common council of the
city of New York, civil officers of the
United Slates, foreign consuls residing
in New York, nallvusof New llanipshlro
and Ohio, residing in Now York, clerka
who torvud under doco-iie l In the treas
ury, Intimata friundi of Mr. Chase, rep
resenUlives from otbur statu', and tho
New York Chamber of Commerce. Tho
north aislu will bu reserved for the press
and mum burs of the bar of the United
Stales and sever! states.
THE CERCM 'NT.
At half-past - o'clock tho public were
gain admittuJ, and soon that pirt of the
editlcosel apart for them wu tilled, and af
ter voluntary lonu by tho org.mWt, the
tolf inn procession enlerrd the middle door
and moved the entire letigtn or the ais e
But. Stephen 11. Tyng, muan while read
ing from tho ritual survice prepared for
'I am the r-sorroction and tho life ; ho
that believes In nic, th'iUisb deid, shall
live;" und "I know that my Hedoemer
Kuv. Dr. Tyng and Kv. Dr.
Hall, clergymen from ibis and neighbor
ing stations. Tho following were.
Hamilton fish, Irwin McDonald, William
T Sherman, Oorrltt Smith, William Cul
Ion Bryant, Mayor lUveineyor. Uideon
WelU. lliram Bulimy, William ai cvarii
i t flUcn. Charlos O'Connor and
O UII w w.----,
Ttion followed mombori of tho family,
l.ulgci, governors, sonators, congrefimen,
offlcen of tbo army and navy, and dele-
gates from social and political organu.a
w. ihnn Dlacod on the dali and tho
in t tin rlL'lit
pall-beareriieaieu n.u....v.. .-- - .
nnd loft of tho chancel. A boautllui uora
basket and largo
W.rn nlaced noon it, while at each cud
slood a broken column, composed of tube
roses, immnrtollei and other appropriate
(lowers. Tho ono at tho foot wan crow n-
od with violets. These wero but a part oi
n.niWai irifu bv which fr Unit and a-
mircn of the deceased statesman tought to 0(jroUry 0f wr, Roboon, to Col.
,lr .nrm and svmDatllV. On.b w ,, III1bi1 8ltei
"'" .. . . .... j .
. j.Hn.ni slthln thH chance towu
"""" ' .
basket of wreath and crosse oi many
Ize and exquisite workmanship, lotne
.... . a. r
with cards attaciiea bearing tue name o.
the gWer, and other with no mark on
them to how from wbenco they came,
but all bearing with tbolr perfume
A aaENT tribute ok KiM'iCT
For thu ood and useful llfn naw ended.
On ot these unnamtd tribute wai a large
and beautiful cross, and waa ascertained to
have bean tent by Oen. McDowell. The
tnott siinpla and unottontatlout of these
flower wore the little bouquets consisting
of a single wblte rose, or rose end Tlolet
' entwined, which wero tcatiered here
and tburo upon the chancel steps. When
tho patl-bcarort had taken their scats ou
, either ildo of tho chancol, Dr Tyng read
aboiullrul Kplscipal eurvico for the doad,
and Dr, Hall then preached the funral
WAStn.vjro.v, My 10. Tho boJy of
Ulief Jiistlji Cum, aftur arriving hre
to-morrow morning, in charge of tie
friund and iimn i Hate rdlatiom of de-
rem!, and tho pall-beirors, will be c n
VHyed to thu U ni-iJ States supreme couit
rom by tno od '.'rv-inls of tho cour1
who, in aco irdmco with a tlnn-honored
custom on similar occasions, will consti
tute tho corpie-boarers. Arrangement
befitting the oe.'asion weri mndo to-dy
at tho ctpital. The bron door
ading to'the senate chamber Irom thoi-ast
nd north sides wra hoivlly dr-spol In
mourning, as wore also tho dojrs loading
to the corridor of the senate, and an arch
way over them in tho hull leading to tho
upru ne court room and tho main en
trance. I-i the uo irt-roim itielf, tho dra
pory extends onllruly r.round tho ruoiii in
TIIF. JUDICIAL IIENCIt.
I" covered with bltek and white. The
chair of the chief justice, and the gilt ea
gle overhead, and thu utnl-olrele In tho
rotr aro draped in erupt.
O.i which the remains will reposo are the
same on which tbo bolv of President
Lincjln repcio! in state, In the rotumK
In April, 1605. Since that mernorabto
event it has been In whut is eommonly
known as Washington' tomb. Und.
the crypt ills tno fet and six Incbos
high, and nine foot lung, and will be cov
ered for this occasion with black broad
cloth. A heavy
From the govern men I gardens will sur-
round the casket which will be other
wise decorated with beautiful flowers.
In a loiter to tho clerk of court dated
yesterday Hon. Humilton Kih, secretary
of statu, writes from New York to say
that Governor Sprague and tho daughter
of the Chief Justice think it proper that
the remains should rupose in
the lupremu court ro.irn until
they aro taken to the cetnotery. lie re
mark in the letter: "Tburo is an oniinont
propriety in tho placing of the remain of
the chief justico there In tbo supreme
court room, and in tbetr proceeding to
their final resting place from the loom in
which but ten dnys since he tat at the
lieii of the judiciary of the United
Tho supremo court room will be open
to visitors to-morrow from 10 to 5 p. in.,
and from 0 to 12 .Monday. Opportunity
will be givon the public to view the re
mains at 12 m.
tlEV O II. TIFFANY,
Pastor of tho Metropolitan M. E. church
will preach a lormon appropriate to the
occasion in tho ccurt-room. At the con-
luslon of the service, tho remains will l
taken to Oak Iiiil for iniermont.
AT OAK U1LL
The regular burial services of the Metho
dist church will be read. Chief Justice
Chase attended tbo Methodist church, and
was ono of the trustees. Tbo different de
partment wero closed to-day In accord,
ance with csUbllshcd cu.tom.
New York, May 10. Uenry Wattcr-
on of tho L iuUviIIo Courier-Journal, and
family, laiied for Europe to-day in the
to'.mshlp Oceanic. A large number of
friends accoinpanind thorn to the steamer.
OAKES AM ES FUNERAL.
A Urge pirty left the city this evening
to attend the funeral of Oako Ames at
North Easton to-morrow. Among them
are the directors and officer of the New
Orleans, Mobllo and Texas Ballroad com-
pany, ol which Amo was a director and
heavy stock ari bondholder.
,N MEMORY OF MILL.
The Liboral club bad a meeting to-night
.. -.1 11. ..,. L II.
In oommemoralion oi tue uio aim puum-
sorvlces of tho late John Stuart Mill.
THE PRESIDENT STILL
CLINGS TO GOV. KEL.
CHIEF JUSTICE TO BE
POINTED AT PUESENT.
ASSISTANCE FOR KELLOQO.
Wasiunoton, May 10,-Tbe Pre!-
dont this aftornoon wa asked If Gov
Kellogg had made a formal application to
mestic violence, and replied thai tho gov-
Irmnont had not done o, and In a dit-
S3, from him last night he Intimated
there w.i a V'P Pro.ont
able would pa. away. The following
jianatch wa. tent hence to-daj by tho act-
r.mory; . .
i. n th nioeiilinn nf V, U
, rocoll lotake poieision ot boat or other
o( transportation, nnd ask aislst-
i '" ....... .
,nea from you, direct tno troop already
i der0(i t0 your post a hi poso to assist
lnluchoUuro. For that purpoto oil
' ceiury assistance will bo given blm, l
. . wanlaliilug ponbsilon and
u.lng tbo tamo.
WILL MOT Al'l'OlNT.
the president will make no appoint
roenttoflll tbo vacanoy occasioned by tho
J...V. of Chief Justico Obaie until the
I ow . eonreM,
S nllD" 0,80
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY. MAY
IIAMS ARCTIC EXPEDITION
WRECKED AiND LOS 1'.
NINETEEN SURVIVORS RK$.
CUED AND ri.WED FROM
HALL DIED ON
BE it f, 187;!.
STATEMENT OK THE SAD
KAIB BY ONE OK THE
New York, May 10. A dispatch from
St. Johns, Newfoundland, May tnys tho
steamship Walrus arrived from the gnat
tMiury at tho port of St. John this morn
ing, bringing the now that tho stnnmer
Tigress had come into Bobertl bay, 18
tn It-s from there, hi.ving on board 19 sur
vivors pf 1 1 nil's Arctic expedition.
The following urn tho mimes of tho
U. C.Tyson, assi tint nnvlgalori Fred
rick Mnyer, Metorologist; Jmo il,ron,
steward; MoKruiter, seaman; Fred Juinka,
seaman; Wm. Hindemaiin, seaman; Fred
Auten, seaman; Uu.tavus Linguiit, ea
man; Petor Johnston, seanan; Win. Jack
ton, cook; E-quimnux Joe, Interpreter;
Hannah and child, E.qulnmux; Han
OnrluUn, of Knnu'i cxpedution; Han
Cliristian' wife, and four chlldruu,
ho younuoft S month old.
Tho party Kbleh una b,-Mn lr.l from
tho l'olarh were driven from her by tho
gale, which bunt her mooring on tho 15th
of October, IS72, In Utitu In 72 degree 85
minutes. When they lait saw the Pol iris
she was undur stsam and oanv, miking
for harbor on the ott side of Northum
berland island. She lud no more boats
left out of Mi which iho had whon the
loft the pott of New York. Two wero
lost on u northern expedition; two were
landod with dpt. Tyson's party, ono was
b-jrned for firewood, to mako water for
the crow, and the other wis on boird tho
Tho Polaris was in command of dpt.
Buddington, who had thirteen of tho
crow on board with him, and plentiful
supply of provisions. Her bow was some
what damaged, aud it Is tho opinion of the
lurvWura iWoy oulA lw uu.vi. - ru.
clear until July, and evon then, if the
chip is unsoaworthy, they should have to
make now boats to eUact nn escape. On
the night of October, 1871, In lati
tude 81 degrees, longitude 71, 44, Capt.
Hall died of appoplexy, and whs
buried on shore, whero thoy erected
n wooden cross to mark bis gravo.
II -i had recently returned from a northern
sledgo expedition in whi:h ho hid ob
tained Intitudo 81 deg. 10 min. He teemed
in usual health and had called tho crew
into the cabin to encourage them with fu
ture roward, and to stimulate them to re
newed exertions, when bo was suddenly
(truck down, and expired to tho grief of
tbnso around to whom ho bad endeared
iiimsolf by hi klndni-ss and devotion.
In September, 1871, tbo Polurl entered
winter quarler ana left in August, 1872,
ice very hnvy and sailing In u southern
direction. Shu was forced South, and to
continued drifting till Captain Tyson and
party wero driven from her. Tho sledgo
pily crossed ane's polar toa which they
pronounced to bo a tract about 15 mile
wide, lhere was an appearance of open
water nurlh. Thu reicuud parly sutl'ered
greatly, during their dreary drift, from
hunger and cold. For tht last two
month they ate raw teal and Polar bear
at they could get it. When met by tho
Tigreasthey showed ovident signt of their
great tulTurings, but during the nino day
that they have been on board they havo
improved vastly and are now in fair
health. Tho party it in charge ot the
United States consul, and will arrive at
St. John on Monday next.
CATTAIK TYSON'S STATEMENT,
The following it tho statement fur
nished by Captain Tyson: "On tho 24th
of August, 1871, wo loft Lassinnsk and
went through Smith' tound. We uc
coedod In getting as far north as latitude
8'J degrees, 10 mlnutot, when wo roturued
and wintered at Polaris bay, in lutltudo
V2 degrees, 33 minutes, longitude 01 de
grees, -W minute. Wo wore Iroxon up
till the oih of September, and on mo luin
oi Oclobor Capt. 1UI1 started ou a
ledgo journey north, and returned
on the 27th, when he was tukon iick, anu
died on tho Bin 01 JMOVemiicr. iu n.
buriod on the lltb. The attack which
carried him oil- was said to bo apoplexy.
Wo paed the winter at Polaris bay, and
on the 7th of June, 187'J, wo attempted to
go north will, two boats. Wo landed our
boat, on ihoro, and returned over and on
the 8ih of July. Wo .tarted for home on
tho 14th of Auguat, and on the 15ih were
beset with Ice lu lutltudo 80 degree. OJ
minute. Wo drifted from mere io iau.
tude "7 dogreis, 00 ininutet, longitude 77
,l..,.r,.ns. 35 minute, when Wit OUCoUn-
-v. ,l..ili ..
i 10SVV muiumiH b'"i "T
Ing under neavy ..-o--.-.
the 10th they communceu lu
i . . .i. . t i,.i vn.i.l bAlnif ro-
vision on tnu i, -
ported leaking badly at iimos. n u ou...
tinued landing provision for two or
throe hour, when tho pretture ceaed. I
I wont on board and aiked the
I .. in.... ,n.tr if the VCItei WB male
i.,.. .nv more water
than uiual, he
reported the wai not. 1 then went to the
pump, to atcortain whether .be was not
making any more water tbsn .be wa. in
the summer. I then went to Ibe ico again,
anu iliornj, nllul it Uigiili to urcK, and a
few minutes afterwards spread In many
placos, The vessel broke her fastening
and was oon lost to tight in thu darkness
and ilorm. On the bruktn Ico were mot
of our provisions to sustain
our party through tho wlntor, and
toeing nothing of the Vessel, wo attempted
to reach the shore In hopes of finding na
tives to assist us in living through tho
winter. Getting about half way lo the
shore with my hiavlly ladined boats, our
progress beeame hard by the dilfilu Ice,
and I was controlled to haul on the lie
again. At this time I succeeded in .av
Ing U can of pemictn, II J bugs of bread,
10 d zon one and two pound cans of meat
audsnup, 14 hams, 1 small bag of chocolate
e chin ao pounds, some tiiuikux akini,
a number of rifle and ttbundant amunl
tion. In tbo morning, knowing tfat I
had not provisions enough, and other arti
cles of food, clothing, compassci, etc., on
abatoment of the gale I endeavored to
boot is many teals us possible, Loth for
food, light and fuel, but could only pet
three on account of bad wuathor having
ct in. I suppoted tho wind to bo about
southwoft. On Its clearing up I found
myself within about eight miles of what
I suppoted to bo tho cast coast and
about thirty or fortv miles
below the ship. Tbo ice bulng woak wo
could not transport boats or provisions to
land until It gruw stronger. While here
I discovered my other boat, bruad, etc.,
and saved all. Alter tlio ico grew firm, I
made an attempt to reach the shoro, carry
ing everything In Urn boits nnd drugging
them on their keel,, the ire being ox
tellingly rough, and we sluvo io both
boats. w succeeded on the first of No
veinber In gulling ubmit half way to shoro
and night cmno on us and very stormy
weather. In tho morning tho Ico was
broken, nnd wa wero drifting southward
very fast arid Wo law no lurid for several
days. Bid weather continuing through
the month of Noveinhor, wo built one
houio nnd made "ourselves as comfortable
as we could. Wo wore ten whlto men,
two Esquimaux, two women nnd tlvochll
dron In all. Wo mcceeded in killing a
feff (cats, which fumished us with light
and fuel with wh'ch to warm our .canty
allowanco of food through tho darknest of
nn arctic winter.
Tho larger pnrt of February wo lived
principally upon birds, nnd in March
we commenced to catch seals. Through
that month wo supported ourselves on
bear and seal llesh, wasting nslthur tkln
nor entrails. Wo collected enough food
in tUU way untlt tho middle ot Mny. Had
wo not been driven to tea by a strong
northwesterly gale in tho latter part of
Jiarcn, our tloe piece being reduced hy
then from live miles in circumferunco to
about 20 yard in diameter. We left the
piecu on tho 1st of April and
abandoned all our meat nnd a
largo amount uC auiunlilon, clothing,
skint, and other articles; taking a portion
of tho meat in tbo boat, but which wo
were obliged to throw overboard on ac
count ot the boat being io deeply laden
1 regtlnud tbo outer edg of the pack ice
ou thu 3rd of April, and succeeded in gel
ting a litllu further in on the pack on the
-lib, as ii heavy north by northeast galetel
in, a heavy ten running under tno ice
which broke it in small pieces, to wo hud
to live on short ration as wu
could not put out a boat; neither
could wo find suult for food
and wo were reduced almost to ttarvatiuii
Ou the 2lstof April wo tigliiod a Polar
bear und every ponon waa ordered to 1 it
down and imitate the soul, while two Es
quimaux secreted thumsulVei behind
pieces of ice, enticing tho hear near
enuugl. lo us to kill him. A few dnyt af
ter this wo got our boats in thu water and
worked our way west and southward and
continued to work every opportuni
ty lo thu we.twurd, in hopes of reaching
Labrador coast and gutting tempo
rary rolief, wo were picked up by the
steamship Tigress, Capt. Bartlett, on thu
3'Jlh of April in latitude 63-83 north,
longitude 55 west, near Wolf Island, and
about forty inilui from land."
Tho Polaris Is now without boatt, bav-
ing lost two in trying lo got north in thu
spring of 187i Thu Tigress fell In with
the party in a dense fog and providen
tially struck the very Quo on which they
were, otherwise wu mutt havo perished.
They all eom tolorablo woll. Capt. Ty
ton ojmplalnod of swelled foot nnd legs,
but nothing eeriou alls him When
thoy loft the Polar! all on board
wero in good health. In roferenco to tbo
wuy in which tho Polar! got away from
the party which was rescued from tho ico
by Cipialn Tyson, ho itatus ho fult little
anxiety at first, thinking that tho would
ooii coinu to their relluf. "I tot my col
or" 8id he, "at ibe steamed down along
tho shore, but the vessel wa soon lost to
light in a bend of land and behind what
I look fo bo Northumberland Island. Wo
begun drifting south, and at tho wind haul
ed to the northeast of it lillle buy to tho
northoattof Northumberland, I taw n vet-
sol in harbor thuro. Her tall wore
furled, but no tmoko i.nuing from tlio
truuku-sluck that I could see. I men at
tumpted to bring my boatt across tho lloe
In an oatterlv direction, hoping to una
water and roach shoro. 1 succeeded In
dragging ono boat across, and took to tho
water and attempted to reach tho thore
oin distance below the vostol. Wo wero
then drifting Tory last and tho galo wm
blowing ttfreih with great violence from
tho northeast, and mowing very fast and
drlftlnir. I wa driven back on tho Ice
....in and ooMinollod to haul my boat out
Night closed on me, and wo were carried
whore tbo .hip went into harbor. A
heavvea wa. running, which broke my
floetopleo... end ..pur.ting u. from su
bigs of broad and ono boat. I saw a ves
sel under steam rounding a point to tbo
north, and thinking .ho ratne lo our re
lief, I gave myself no extra anxiety. But
we wero oon doomed to disappointment,
and Iroin that tl me tilt tho Tigrois res
cued us, we did not get a glimpse of tho
TUE NEWS IN WASHINGTON.
A dispatch from Washington say tlio
now of the disaster to the Polarl affected
tho president deeply, as be had hopod the
1l,!rl,r'' of the government in thl dl-
rectlon, would redound to tho natlon.l
correct i.ir or the crew.
Tho following I. n correct list of the of
ficer and crew of the 111-tat od Polarit: C.
F. Hall, captain, Cincinnati: Ilubard C.
Hester, first mate, N. rwlcb, Connecticut;
bind O. Buddington, tailing master, Sa
lorn, Connecticut! William -Morton.
ccond mate, Now York; Kmll Schuman,
chief enginonr, natlvo of Sax
ony, lirod at Hoboken ; Dr. HcmoIi, leader
of the scinntiflo corps, lived at
Ueldleburg, Prussia; Fred Meyor, raetrol
ogist of the signal corps, Washington;
Jno Wilson, second engineer, of Scotland,
lived in New York; Walter Camp
bull, fireman, native of Scotland, and
nephew ol Wilton; P Bergrcon, fireman.
nativo of Hamburg; Chat Brunt, cook,
natlvo of Ilamberg; Jtio Porter, itcward,
of Scotland; Herman Siomani, of Prussia;
Hy Hobby, of Prussia; Frod Aultg, native
of Prussia; Wm.Juisup, native of England;
Lew Lingutt, of England; Joe Mauch and
J. W. O. Keyger, of Prussia; P. Johnton,
of Denmark; E'quamaux Joe, wife and
Capt. Hall leaves a wife nnd two chil
dren, a son and daughter, who are living
at Cincinnati.' Kmll Schuman, chief en
gineer, a wife living in this oily. Jos.
Maucb, ono of the seamen, wot a brother
of the celebrated African traveller Ala.uc.li.
FiailTI.IO IN PANAMA.
Havana May 10. intelligence from
Panama ttntes tho faction contorting for
authority aro ttill in npposition, and there
hut been tomo fighting between them.
Port Au Prince, May 10. An exten
live conflagration occurred, which de
stroyed ono hundred and fifty bou.ct.
Ton perton. were killed.
Cariucas, May 10. Guiinan Blanco
was unanimously re-elected pre.identof the
republic. The Inauguration takes place
on tue lweniy-ietem inn.
Cleveland, May 10. The chiof of po
lice of tnls city is organizing a force of HO
men to bo sunt to -Mahoning valley to pre
serve ordor and prevent depredations bj
minors who havo been Idle in consequence
ofaitrlko for tho past four month.
WAatUNOroN.Miy 10 Prohabl'ltlo
For tue Northwest to Upper Lake and
thenco southward to Missouri and Kentucky
northwesterly vocring to aoutliwei-iurlV'
wind, cloudy and clearing weather and
higher teiiiperatuie. For Gull and South
Atlantic. States und Teuncseo northerly and
louthwc'terly winds, generally clear ami
warm weather, with poihlbly rain on west
ern tcuif. For Lower Lake urn! thence tn
Upper Ohio Valley clear and partly cloudy
weather, hutithweiicrly winds und higher
barometer For Middle Statei partly cloudy
went her, pnrdhly oeca-lonal local rain,
northwesterly und southwesterly wind and
high temperature. For Sew England nnd
Canada uouthwostcrly and Houtiicu-turly
winds, high temperature, falling burointtcr
mid occasional rum.
Iltiiual full of Ihc Ml vera
For '21 lioun. ending a p.m., May 10, 1S73.
St. Paul ....
Hermann ... ,
Davenport.. . .
St. Loui ....
-Nan iv lie. ...
DAVID W. HABNETT.
Obscrvor Big. Sur. U.S.A.
St. Louis, Map 10 Arrived: Johnton,
Kcokuki Savanah and Brown, Pittsburg;
Anus, iuw Orleans. Departed! North
wiMiern and Houdorson, St Paul, Cjty of
Qulncy, and Dean, New Orleans; St John
Illinois liver; Mary E Poo, Bed river;
Mountaineer, Ml.srurl river; Klilott,
Vlcksburg; Stlader, Tonnoiseo river! St.
Joseph, Mouinhis; Howoll, Ohio river;
Johnson, Kookuk. Slvcr rising lowy.
Wciithor cirar anu pieuiuii
Madison: Blue Wind, KontuiK.v river;
Blslng slowly In canal, with It) feet, and U
f.-sv in Indian chute. Weather cloudy
- ' , .
with wot wind during the day, nnd clear
and cool thl evening.
Evaninille, May, 10.-W ather c ear
and warm, murcurv no to 70. River
rien 20 Inches. Up, Nick Longworth,
Idlewlld, Andy Bum, Favelte, Charmer,
Oeo Boberti and Molllo Ebert.
MEW'". Mav 10. Clear and pleas
ant. Biting olowlv. Departeds Blniptou
B E Lee, Grand Tower, Legal Tender,
May llnyd, Johd Maud, Vat Hogirt and
LouuviLLE, May iu. Arrivea: uen.
Lyttle, Cincinnati; Dave No 'i, MadUon;
Morning Star, Hendorson. Departtd?
fi 1 .7.1 1 ! Cincinnati: Davo No i.
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Cincinnati, May lo.-P.iv 57 Inches
and fa in?. Dei.art.i- I......... u .!
v Ar,in8!on.:. ""P'ds; Thomas
. Sborlock, Nashville. Weather fair and
uni.in3, muj iu. nmreas John
Kllicour, Cincinnati. Departed: Peytona
and barre., I liielnnatl; M i limond, IaiiiIs
vllle; Uurksvllle. Arkama-river. Weather
clear and warm.
PmsuUHO. 3Iay 10 River rlilmr a'owlv. ,
wlthoieeta Inches In channel. Weather
clear and warm. No arrival, nor departures.
.Nasiivii.lic, Miy 10, Klter IS it-et on
Hariictli Mi -n and falllnir. Departed: Kd
dyvillle Tor Upper Cumberland.
Memthis, May 10. Cotton quiet and
weak; good ordinary MJIglU1:; receipt
f.ir the past weak 8 80, shipment the last
21 hour 0 00; itock 35 Oil. flour dull
bat unchanged. Corn meal easier at 2 65.
O-rn In demand and price advanced at
59 jCOo. Oat In fair d niand; butt at
lower rates at 423c. Uy in demind
and prices advanced at lrVCc. Bran
tcircn and firm at lt10c. Lard dull
and prices drooping at 9JIOJc. Fork
dull and prices drooping at It Jo.
Cm aoo, May 10.-Fiour ncady and'
in good demand; extra iprlntj 7J
Wheat artive and advanced; No 1 ,301c;
No 2 l!o($28c; regutar itrictly frtih itjc.
Corn in L'ood demand and full Dllcea at
39c; regular 40(tne. strictly fresh.
Oat In fair demand and firm at 3131)0
strictly fresh. Rye in fair demand, and
arm at e'JJc. JJarely orm ana weaa av
JlMJ.'ie: mi nork a . shd
hlghnr, $16 37JI0 CO casl; seller Juae
$10 601G 06. Lard quiet, 8J(o.c.
Hmi dull, K10jc. JJry lalteo.iinui
ders CJ(6jc; abort rib middle 6)6c.
Bacon iteady; ahiulders 8Jc; clear rib
Ides lOr.cUar I0c. Whiskey Bfm, 89Je.
ot. x-ouin. May to. uemp ami ana un
changed. Flour quiet and unchanged.
Wheat dull, sales all by (ampin; No 2
soft i p ring 1 '21; No 3 red $1 CO; medL
um $1 CS3I 68. Corn buynunt and
hieherf No 2 mixed 390V; white mlxid
i'Xsilc, No 2 mixed seller June 402.
Otts active and hither, No 3 mixed
SJjQMo; seller June 3SJo. Barley iteidy
and unchange,). Rye inactive unchanged.
0870o. Pork dull and nominal; D 8
meat dull. Bacon unsettled. tand off be
tween lollen and buvers: shoulders 8c;
clear rib 9Je; clear aide HKs; ham
1 1(o)17c. L,nrd uncfiangea. counsry ijisjo.
Iliithwine hlehor 90c. Cattle dull and
unchnngod. Hog weak $1 &06-
FIRE AND MARINE
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A.XOVBB, a. -f
REPUBLIC, V. T,
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Comprising the UndirwrlUn' Aaeaey.
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Htorei, Dwelling. Kurntturi, Hull, and Oil
(", Insure! at rale an lnrbla NOad, pit
minent lecuritv will w.rraoU a
i reii-eetruur aaa or tha cltinniil Oa-
.hire of lhir pilrooaie.
V. 11. Morris,
H. H. 'an4e
Ho. Fab. aa4U..leSBi-
FIRE, HULL, CAROO, LIVESTOCK
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71 Olilrt Ive,
CAIRO CITY COAL
n prepaml to aopelv eniwrater U
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PIHSBURG AND ILLINpkTS
OKDD18 left " $J-Xuf&
Ohio utvrn.. or at th lXtgLZS
ade to sua-" at amy fce.
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